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DA!TjV OATITAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1009.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
court house square cut up with a disc harrow several times.
The trees and shrubs on the state house grounds are many
of them in a semi-decadent condition and need some intelligent
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WILLAMETTE CLOSES A YEAR'S WORK.
E. nOFKK, Editor ad Proprietor
Independent Newiptper Dootod to American Principles and
the Progicn and DeTelopement of AH Oregon.
Published Brcry BTcnlng Except Sunday, elcm, Ore.
(Invariably In Adrance.)
3)aily, by carrier, per year $6.00 Per month --.Mo
JDallT, by mall, per year, 4.00 Per month 85o
vWookly, by mall, per rosr- . '.00 Six months Mo
The past two weeks have been occupied at Willamette uni
versity hearing recitals, conferring degrees and reunions of
Under the leadership of President Homan there has been
made some progress at reorganization and foundation building.
The commencement exercises today complete the sixty-fifth
year of its continuous work as an educational institution,
With a limited field to draw from, without adequate finan
cial support, and torn with dissensions, the university has sur
vived. It is a splendid institution all things considered, and is now
in the hands of progressive and Intelligent managers- and
THE FIGHT FOR AN OPEN WILLAMETTE RIVER
The campaign for free locks at the falls of the Willamette
river was begun in earnest three years ago,
An Open River Association was organized at Albany, cem:
posed of strong men from all the valley towns.
During the fall of 1906 many meetings were held in the
valley towns to arouse enthusiasm for the project.
In the legislature of 1907 a bill was introduced for the pur
chase of the locks and canal at Oregon City by the state.
This bill was opposed by Congressman Haw ley, who took
the positoln that the federal government should bear a part
of the expense,
' A bill was finally put through the legislature appropriating
$300,000 to aid in purchasing the locks and canal.
This bill was framed on the theory that the federal govern
ment wpuld appropriate at least a similar sum,
Sdnator Fulton introduced a resolution directing the war
department to make up a new estimate of the cgst of the
That resolution was left sleeping in the hands of the com
mittee on commerce of the United States Senate,
Last fall Senator Bourne took up the battle for free locks
and canal and secured an order for a new engineering estimate
of the cost of construction.
In the meantime the Oregon legislature of 1909 passed a
new law appropriating the former amount and extending the
time when the money would be available to 1912, and cover
ing the former appropriation into the general fund,
Two legislatures have expressed the willingness of the state
to bear its share of the cost of purchasing the locks and canal
from the corporation that now owns them.
The entire delegation from Oregon Is a unit in favor of
the acquisition of the locks and canal by the general govern
ment, and maintaining them free to the people of Oregon,
It is expected that next to the Columbia river the delegation
places a free and open Willamette river as first in importance
to the people of Oregon.
The appropriations for the free locks and canal will be one
of the first items In the great rivers and harbors bill of the
next session of congress, which meets in December,
Not only are all the commercial bodies of Western Oregon
enlisted for this appropriation, but the Portland commercial
bodies appeared in pdrson before the legislature and will
appear before congress if necessary.
Every development convention held in Oregon, and some in
Idaho, have demanded the opening of the Willamette river to
It is the most Important improvement that can possibly be
made in the interest of the producers of Western Oregon,
It will affect groat savings on every pound of freight that
comes Into or goes out of the Willamette valley.
A free and open river with no tolls on commerce of any
description moans a tremendous advantage to the Portland
jobber and manufacturer,
It means removing a tax of 50 cents a ton on the producers
of Western Oregon,
That is a biggor tax than all the other taxes combined on
tho tiller of the soil,
The tolls at the falls of tho Willamette now exacted by a
prlvato corporation not only keep many steamboats off the
river but are absolutely prohibitive on many industries and
many classes of freight, ,
Fencing of the public domain by large corporations is no
greater crimo against the settlers than the fence at the falls
of the Willamette is against tho producers and business In
terests of Western Orogon,
PROGRESS IN BEAUTIFYING THE CITY.
The colleges of law, medicine, liberal arts, theology and
pedagogy make it nearly a complete university.
President Homan has fought for a higher standard of schol
arship and has stood for a strong business administration,
v Wheat Track Prices.
Club . 11.20
Dlucstcm $1.27 1.30
Turkey Red SI. 18
Graham, 1 V. Rack 6. SO
Wlllnmetto valloy ordinary. $14 ifi
Eastern Orogon, fancy.... $18 20
F. C. Twins 17v6c
P. C. Triplets 17tto
Young America 18c
Cream brick 20o
Swiss block 20c
Shorts, city $29
Cho d $20035
Rolled Barley $3G037
Hogs, ordinary 8 0 Do
Hogs lar 'o 8 9c
Veal, extra 8c
Veal, ordinary 7 0Sc
Veal, heavy Oc
Mutton, fancy 00 7c
Cottngo roll lie
Drcakfast 17 21c
Regular short clear, smoked. .14 o
Ditto, unsmoked 13c
Clear backs, smoked 14c
LomonB $1.75 04
Apples, box 0502.50
Uananns, lb 50Cc
Chickens, mlxod 14 16c
RooBtors, old lOe
Drcssd. poultry, lc lb. blghor.
Goobo, live- 10011c
No. 1 white $30040
Gray $38 039
The park board has made some good improvements In
Marion Square, tho old historical public meetnig ground of the
Tho grass has boon cut, scrap boxes placed for throwing
waste papers, and plans are being made for more trees and
Tho people of tho Lincoln school neighborhood had a com
petent trpe warden and landscape gardener look over their
The expert reported that a fow of the oak trees were in bad
shape, a few maples too many, and part of the ground needs
There should also be some shrubs planted, This matter
will bo taken up at the next meeting of the Improvement League,
County Judge Bushey intends to have the sod, or turf, on the
CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
J, H, Albert, Pros,
E, M, Croisan, Vice Pres,
Jos, Hi Albert, Cashier
Pays Interest on Sayings
71uunlxrUln.'a Cough Remedy tho
Rest on tho Market.
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and find It to be the best
on tho marltot," says B. V. Tardy,
editor of tho Sontlnol, Galnoboro,
Tonn. "Our baby had several colds
tho past winter and Chamberlain's
Cough Romody always gave It relief
at once and cured tt In a short time.
I always recommend It when op
portunity presents itself." For sale
by all good druggists.
1 If you want to know why Rear
, Admiral Rogers looks glum, just ask
. him about the WlUamotte fleet.
Local Retail Market.
Wheat, per bushel $1.50
Hay, cheat $17
Hay, ctovor $14.00
Potatoes, bushol 700.80
Apples, bUBhol 5001.00
Prunes, por lb 10. 4M
Prunos, per lb 1U04
Cranberries, Howe's varlo
ty. bbl 13. 0
Butter and Egg", Retail. '
Crcamcty butter 30c
Country butter 25c
Eastern Oregon $1.75
Bran, por sack .95
Shorts, per sack $1.3601.55
Rolled barloy 40.00
Local Wholesale Market.
Whoat, bushol $1.16 01.20
Oats, bushol 00c
Flour, hard v ueat $0.40
Flour, valley $6.40 00.00
.mi oca, snorts. ..
MU feed, bran. ..
Hops, 1908 crop..
Hops, 1907 crop.
Wool, cocrso . . .
Wool, medium . .
For Crou and
there is no quicker, surer
remedy known than Dr. D.
Juync's Expectorant. Four
generations of children have
been relieved and cured by
this old and rcliablo medicine.
DR. D. JAYNB'S
bus been successfully em
ployed for over 78 jcars In
countless cases of Croup,
Whooping Cough, Colds,
Bronchitis, InfUmmatlcn of
the Lungs and Cheat, Pleu
risy, and similar ailments.
For the sake ol your children
keep a bottlt o( Dr. D. Jayne'a
Expectorant in your home where
you will have It t hand In an
in three site bottle, ll, 30c
la the Ideal worm medicine, and
an effective tonls for adults and
Summer Rates East
DURING THE SEASON 1000
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
To OMAHA and return $61,65
To KANSAS CITY and return $61,65
To ST, LOUIS and return $69,15
To CHICAGO and retur $74,15
and to othor principal cities In the East, Middle West and South.
Correspondingly low fare?.
0f SALE JUNE 2, 8; JULY 2, :t; AUGUST 11. 12
To DENVER and return $56,65
On Sale May 17, July 1, August 11
Going transit limit 10 days from date of sale, final return limit
These tickets presont some very attractive features In tho way of
stopover privileges and choice of routes; thereby enabling passen
gers to make side trips to many Interesting points en route.
Routing on the return trip through California may be had at a
Blight advance over the rates quoted.
Full particulars, sleeping car reservations and tickets will be fur
nished by uny Southern Pacific local agont, or
WM. McMURRAY, General Psseager Agent, Portland, Oregon.
and we can
A lady from Minnesota write:
"As a reiult of using Danderine, my hair
i close to five feet In length."
Beautiful Hair at Small Cost
HAIR trouble!, like many other diseases, lure
been wrongly diagnosed and altogether mis
understood. The hair Itielf li not the thing to
be treated, for the reason that it It limply a product
of the scalp and wholly dependent upon it action.
The scalp is the very soil In which the hair Is pro
duced, nurtured and grown, and it alone should
receive the attention If results are to be expected.
It would do no earthly good to treat the stem of a
plant with a view of making It grow and become
more beautiful the soil In which the plant grows
must be attended to. Therefore, the scalp In which
the hair grows must receive the attention If you are
to expect It to trow apd become more beautiful.
Lois of hair Is caused by the scalp drying up,
or losing Its supply of moisture or nutriment; when
baldness occurs the scalp has simply lost all its
nourishment, leaving nothing for the hair to feed
upon (a plant or even a tree would die under similar
The natural thing to do In either case, Is to feed
end replenish the soil or scalp as the case may be,
and your crop wilt grow and multiply as nature
intended It should.
Knowlton's Danderine has a most wonder
ful efTect Upon the hair glands and tissues of the
scalp. It Is the only remedy for the hair ever
discovered that Is similar to the natural hair
foode or liquids of the scalp.
It penetrates the pores quickly and the hair
soon shows the effects of Its wonderfully eshllar
atlng and life-producing qualities.
One 25-cent bottte Is enough to convince you of
Its great worth ss n hair growing aud halrbeautl
fyiug remedy try It and see for yourself.
NOW at all druggists In threo sixes,
25o, 50o and $1.00 per bottle.
FREE To allow how quickly Cud, rial
gcta, we will send a large sam
ple free by return moll to anyone who
sends this free coupon to the
KNOWLTON OAKOERIKE CO., CHICABO, ILL,
with their nine and address and 10c
in sliver or stamps to pay postage.
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Fine Embroidered Waists
Values $2.50, sizes 32 and 34, only $1.25
Net Waists, regular $3.50, only $2.50
Fine White Tailored Waists, only $1.00
Ladies' White Shirt Waists 35c up
Heavy Silk Gloves, double-tipped fingers 50c pair
Good Sleeveless Vests, only 10c each
Ladies Tan Hose, silk finish, 25c goods 19c pair
Ladies' White Handkerchiefs 2 for 5c
Boys' double-seat and knee Overalls 50c pair
Children's Rompers 35c each
Children's Overall Suits, heavy material 50c suit
Boys' Khaki Suits 75c suit
Men's Covert Overalls 75c pair
Men's Blue Overalls 50c 'pair
Men's 15c Socks, black, tan or fancies 3 for 25c
ROSTEIN & GREEIMBAUM
240-246 Commercial Street
MECHANICS' TOOLS, SHARPLE'S SEPARATORS,
HEATH & MILLIGAN PAINTS, 0RNW00D SPRAY,
FRICTI0NLESS METAL, BUILDERS' HARDWARE
Salem Hardware Co.
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GOOD PICTURES OUR SPECIALTY
PROGRAM FOR TODAY
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JoOOO 70 acres on Liberty road one
fourth mile from Liberty school.
20 acres Dearlng prunes.
10 acres prunes. 2-year-old.
10 acres In grain.
3 acres family orchard, bearing,
17 acres fine timber.
This place Is very cheap. Party needs
some money. $2000 cash, balanco
long time to suit; 6 per cent interest.
MEYEIt UKLLE LAND CO.,
437 State Street. Phone t57
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