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DAILY CAPITA Ii JOURNAL, BA1SSM, 0PfB3QN, WEDNESDAY, DEOEMUKK aaa, iu
in 1 1 J,
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
E. HOFER, Editor and Proprietor.
aiilevciidiut N'ir:ipiter Devoted to American Frtifclplo and
the l'rore"vn1 DovotopfimeUt of All Oregon.
Piibllnhed Bery Krenhin Bxeejit Sunday, Hftleni, Ore.
Sim l ifji' i.iir . . -. ii.
(lufariabljr In Advance.)
ally, by rurrior, por year ,...(6.03 Per month,M.......60o
l&llr, by mail, por year- . 4.00 Per month 85o
VfeokJy, by mall, per .year. . '.00 Sir months ..60o
LICENSE FOR CITIES MAKES GAINS IN MASSACHUSETTS
Hard on the heels of the crushing defeat to the prohibition
ists in Alabama comes the news from nearly a score of Mas
sachusetts cities which have recently voted on "License or
Most important of all those is Worcester, hitherto the
largest "dry" city in the United States, whiph abandons pro
hibition by the rousing majority of 3,720 votes.
Holyoke s "wet" by 1,819, and Chcopee by 715,
.Those electons'were held December 14th,
few, days earlier the great manfacturing cities, Fall
Rjernd New Bedford, left the "drys" and swung into the
license column with majorities avertging five to one and over
ten to one, respectively.
Gloucester and Marlboro' likewise rejected prohibition by
large majorities ,
Of the' fourteen cities voting December 7th, Haverhill was
.the only large town to swing from the "wet" to the "dry,"
and the majority there is less than that given for license last
. The strength of the license cause showed important gains
in Brockton, Waltham, Fitchburg, Northampton and Spring
ield, but a loss in Quincy, Lawrence, Pittsfield and Taunton,
Last year these fourteen cities were equally divided on
the question of license, seven being for ant seven against.
. This year's election puts ten in the license class, and to
these must be added Worcester, Holyoke and Chicopee,
The license fight centered in Fall River, Worcester and
The strongest kind of opposition was put up by the churches
and other no-license workers, but Fall River with a majority
of 423 for no-license last year shows a "wet" majority of
2,158, and New Bedford, which last year went "dry" by 305
returns to license by 2541,
Gloucester was carried by the prohibitionists last year by
one n i iu: . i a . . i it 1 1 i n
tvv aim mis yuar vines uie oiner way uy zio.
Marlboro gave 300 for "No" a year ago and changes this
year to 456 for "Yes,"
The license vote in the fourteen . cities voting December
711 . . I l II t ri I Ota
in, comparea wnn mat ot last year, -is as. follows:
' 1909 1909 1908
Fall River 8316
Fitchburg .....l 2749
Gloucester --vXt- 2161
xHaverhill mZ.t 3296
Lawrence mmmmimmmmir 6139
Marlboro .'.i,,,- 1833
Now Bedford' 5735
Northampton .l- M9Q'
Pittsfield JL.U.,. .2775
Spriigfiold ' 6138
No to Yes, x Yos to No,
On the whole, the gains in favor of license this year are
voxy heavy and indicate plainly the waning strength of pro
hibition in Massachusetts,
Worcester, Fall Rver and New Bedford, next to. Boston,
aro the most important cities in Jhe state,
Tho Christmas Dinner.
In splto of tho fnct that tho word
dyspepsia moans lltornlly bad cook,
It will not bo fnlr for mnny to lay
tho blnmo on tho cook If thoy bogln
,tho OhrlHtiniiB dinner with little np
petlto and and it with distress or
nausea. It may not bo fair for any
to do Hint lot UB hop so for tha
enko of tho cook I Tho disease dys
popala IndloatoK a bad Moniucli, that
Is a woU stomach, rather than a
bad cook, and for n weak stoiunoh
there' 1h nothing oIro oqual to Hood'j
SnrsapariUn. It Klvoa the stomach
vigor nnd tono, ouroa dyspepsia.
creatoa appotlto. and makes outing
tho ploanuro It should bo.
COTTAGK GItOVK OLUn
HAS STANDING COMMITTHKS
, papltal National Bank
Jr .v Bateni. Oregon.
OLlRST NATIONAL BANK
IN MA1UON COVNTV. J
Having Dopartinont lu 1
J. H. Albert. Prait.
J 111. JW. VWM liwo-l ion. t
S Jos. II. Albert. Cashier
Pronldont Unxolton has namod tho
following oommlttooa for tho onsue
Mines and Mining A. U. Wood,
C. II. IlruneAu. Frank Williams.
Manufactures John F. Spray, M.
Veatch. T. C. Wlielor. F. Hinds.
HocepttonR IJ. Philips, It.
Lurch. M. Voatoh, F. D. Whoolor. J.
O. Van WlnUlo. V. 11. ItosonhuiK. V.
Rooms P. I"). Wheeler. A. llrund.
J. W. Wilson.
Howling Alley J. li. Prottnmn,
P. Hoaullou. John Woodard.
Co-operation -C. II. nurkholder.
Goo. Hall. H. o. ThnmjMwn, G. II.
ryson. 0. VoHtoh. ,
UUnnture J. O. YnWlnUI. h.
A. Cstwt, M. Tnwk.
Lgi8UUnn- -H. O. Thomion. A.
B. Wood. J. S. Mtdley.
I4umbr J. H. ChmuUn. M. II.
Andweon. L. 8. Hit), a. I Woodard.
Must proscrlbo some of tho In
grodlonts that aro contained In
Hood's Sarsaparllla for all trou
bles of tho blood stomach, kld
noyp and Ilvor.
They Include Barsaparill'a, stiilingia,
yellow dock, gentian; wild cherry bark,
mandrake, dandelion, juniper berries,
The combination and proportions are
our own formula and givo power to euro
beyond the reach of any other prescrip
tion or substitute. That's why it is
wiso to get Hood's and only Hood's.
Delivered Carload of Trees.
The Capital City Nursery Com
pany has Just finished delivering a
carload of trees In tho city and sur
rounding country. The carload was
the last of the fall d'.-Hver'es made
by the company, and consisted of dif
ferent varieties of fruit and orna
mental trees of tho highest stock.
E. Foster, the representative of the
company, Is now taking, orders for
tho spring deliveries, ana the first
shipment will be made in the month
of February. The company has had
a splendid season of business, and
its products havo given perfect sat
isfaction to its many customers.
In Line for Government Sits.
Tho following nominations have
beon sent to the senate: Receiver of
tyubllc moneys, Oliver R. W. Robin
son, Los Angeles; Johns C. Arddroy,
Portland, Ore. Register of the land
office, Frank Duron, Los Angeles.
The appointment of the following
postmasters was recommended: Ar
lington, Ore., Arthur Wheelhouse;
Sumpter, Ore., Harvey S. Duck.
To Cure Cold In One Day.
Take LAXATIVE DROMO Quinine
Tablots. Druggists refund money If
It fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S
signature on each box. 25c TTS
HAVE BEEN I
Superintendent Dickers and mem
bers of the governing board of the
Oregon feoblo-minded hospital have
awarded the contracts ror the gener
al supplies of the institution for the
next six months to come. The gro
ceries were awarded to tine following
firms: Sunset Grocery Company, of
balem; Lang & Jones, of Portland;
Weller Dros., of Salem; Roth &
Graber, of Salem, and Meier & Frank
of Portland. The contract for fur
nishing the dry goods were awarded 1
to H. W. & M. L. Meyers, of Salem;
Meier & Frank, of Portland; Flesh
ner & Mayer and Olds, Wortman &
King, of Portland. The hardware
contracts were awarded to Wade
Pearco & Company, of this city; the
flour contract to the Salem Flouring
Mills, and the meat contract to
Steusloff Dros., of this city.
Women Who Are Envied.
Huie Wing Sang Co.
All Kinds of Holiday Goods
At Half Price
Silk Handkerchiefs, China Dishes, Silk Scarfs, Initial Handker
chiefs, Curious Toys, Ornaments, Hosiery, Nookwear, Children's and
Ladles' Coats, Waists and Underwear, Wrappers, Klmonas, Night
Gowns; all kinds Skirts, Sweaters, Silk and Dress Goods, Comforters
Shoes and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Umbrellas, fancy Purses, Shawls
Silk Wrappers and Silk Kimonas and Silk Skirts on Dig Sale.
325 North Commercial Street, Salem, Oregon
ivaaaMU.-n -n rT 17ffiHiTi1 n 1VH i III i I Milium, U . tl, Tin M L, m-t
-nose attractive women who are
lovely in face, form and temper are
tho envy of many, who might be like
them. A weak, sickly woman will
be nervous and Irritable. Constipa
tion or Kidney poisons show in pim
ples, blotches, skin eruptions and a
wretched complexion. For all such,
Electric Dltters work wonders. They
regulate stomach,- liver and kidneys,
purify tbe blood; give strong nerves,
bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, vel
vety skin, lovely complexion. Many
charming women owe their health
and beauty to (hem. 5c at J. C. Perry.
HEARSE IN SALEM
Do Your Christmas Byyiog at Buren & Hamilton's
The gift you choose will prove the sort to please and satisfy, Something at Buren & Hamilton's to please all to whom
you would give gift pieces for old and young: for father, mother, sister, brother, and the gift you choose will be the
practical lasting kind, the kind that proves a constant and lasting reminder to the recipient, Then why not make
your(gifts furniture pieces? Numerous things will suggest themselves through a visit to this store, You'll find such
a visit an easy solution of the perplexing question: "What shall I give?" Come today,
20 Per Cent
On all fancy chlnn and art goods.
Th's Is an opportunity that should
not bo ovorlookod. Havlland China,
Uolph Ware. Hand-Painted China,
Urnss Goods, Coramlc Art Pottory.
Jnrdlntur8 and an endless vnrioty of
odds and onda that will please both
old and young. Pay tho china de
Just throe moro days in which to
do your Christmas shopping.
(Just Like Cut)
Contains, four pieces arm clnlr, straight chair, table and settee.
This Ib n Very sonslble Christmas gift for any ohlld, being made of
hloltoryi'rondori it very strong and durable and will last for many
tihristmnsoa to, come. Just 20 sots left and priced at only .
$1.25 the Set
FOUND "'CC croclctct SO-cart robe
left in our store about Decem
ber 1st. Owner can have same by calling
From now till Friday nt a lib
oral discount. This is without
doubt the highest grade medium
prioed line of rockers ever seen
In Salom. All have genuine leath
er upholstered spring seat, frames
of selected quarter sawed oak,
finished in golden color (dull or
polished). Seo them; they nro
on display in tho Court street
The IdoHl Christmas gift for moth
or. wlfo. sister, relatlvo or frlond.
No other gift at tne same cost will
contribute so much ploasur nnd
comfort a a Kissel Cyco U taring
Cnrpet Sweeiwr. Made of MlaoUd
woods and all metal parts nloklt
plated. Will iHst for ten years or
mat, Buy a lllesell.
$W.00 TO $3.00
Something sultablo for Christmas
that will satisfy tho recipient, ns
well as mysolf. Why not reserve
a Globe-Wernlcke "Elastic" book
case now, while you have a large
variety of dlffierent styles from
whioh to make selection. Globe
Wernicke book oases will prove .1
welcome gift to every member of
We'll set U aside and dellvor on
Jiut Tlrvt Aloro Onyn
In Which to 1)0 Yijur
. . . . . .. -V ;
Christ nms ShoplpiiR.
Just Three Marv Days
fn Whioh to Do Your