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DAIM OAPHAIi JOURNAL, SALEM, ORBGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1010.
Have you seea any of the 100
different reduced values,
400 CUT PRICES
We 'secured these values for you in nearly every case by
buying in very large quantities, The reductions are such
that it will pay you to" investigate,
I GIFTS FOR EASTER I
Have become popular and the custom is growing, These
little gifts need not of necessity, be large or expensive as
there are so many other gifts to be made during the year,
It is, neverthe!ess,4decidedly graceful and appropriate to
remember one's friends on this one of the most joyous
festivals of the year, If flowers are appropriate, why not
a handsome vase to put them in? We have some very
dainty and beautiful vases in cut glass, They are not
expensive and we will be pleased to show them to you,
BARK S JEWELRY
Cor. State and
f "Bishop s Ready
Young men who appreci
ate clothing of personality
and pleasing character, but
hesitate ta the enormous
amount necessary to secure
hesitate at the enormous!
tailor towe themselves the i
duty of investigating our
splendid exhibit of Bishop's
Ready Tailored Colthes,
'We "positively guarantee
a perfect fit, up-to-date fab
rics of plain and fancy
weaves in the season's most
approved shades, The styles
and workmanship are the
very latest and best,
You will find therrf so dis
tinctively and handsomely
tailored you will give up
the idea of paying one-third
to a half more to high price
tailors, Our prices are $20
J. .S HAGUE CO.
TRIBUTE TO PACIFIC NORTH
WEST AND ITS RESOURCES.
Tho period through which wo are
pnssing Is niled with difficulties when
an attempt Is made to Judge the
trend of events. The revival since
the 'panic has almost amounted to a
boom. The period of existence of
this activity has, however, not beon
extended enough to permit of any
even temporary trouble from the ef
fects of expansion. Tho slow-down
has been seasonal and would not
have' been noticed particularly, had
It not beon accompanied by a cer
tain fear Induced by tho comlng-to-a-Tiead
after twenty years, of tho
Sherman Anty-Trust Inflammation.
The decision of the next to the high
est court, adverse to the continua
tion of the present organization of
trusts, such organization comprising
a very large majority or all the in
dustrial corporations In tho country,
produced a decided feeling of cau
tion, among business men In all paru
of tho iw&atrR, and for a time It
RPPmnrl na tTinlirrli iUa halt Irw Knot-
ncss might continue much fqrtherffpa,r,roJ nd
ana terminate in partial paralysis.
The unbounded resources and optim
ism, however, of the west, and espec
ially tho Pacific northwest, have
served to counteract adverse senti
ment. We have received this week
from a carefully observing corres
pondent In that section, In reply to
our Inquiry, the following:
"As to prospects In this section,
wfll say that tbe situation la appar
ently more unclouded at present
than at any time during the past two
years. Our basic Industries are lum
ber and agriculture. In neither has
there been an over-expansion of
credit. Merchants as a rule owe less
than usual. Uncertainty as to tar
iff changes caused hesitation in lum
ber and other lines for a year or so.
Merchants reduced stocks and liqu
idated indebtedness generally last
year. MUlmen now report a ready
market at higher prices fbr their
products. Farmers are rich, and
seasonable rains and lots of snow
this winter have Insured a big crop
next summer. Fruit prospect Is as
yet unimpaired. Immigration from
the middle west continues unabated. I
Thero has been less speculation In.
mines and rpnl pqtntn thnn for nnv
Ul e period for years 'Thero lLabBo-inot
iiKe penoa tor Jears. inero lsanso-i
lutely nothing visible in the situation
to indicate the possibility of a trade
reaction. Our population Is com
paratively sparse and everybody has
been making money and saving It.
Of course, a country-wide Impair
ment of credit would extend to us,
too. But there is nothing to add
fuel to It in the underlying condi
tions in the Pacific northwest."
rUNITED rHESS LEASED WIItE.
St. Petersburg, March 18. Elab
orate funerals for three young girls,
heiresses to $10,000,000, who drank
and accomplished the end of the
Chopin's funeral march, will be held
hero tomorrow. Two of the girls
were the daughters of the Wealthy
M. Kolman, 25 and 26 years of age.
The . third was their friend, Mile.
They met at the Kolman home, ac
cording to a pre-arranged program,
aud accomplished the en dof the
death pact, after writing letters say
ing they were tlreu of life.
Fifteen other suicides wore report
ed to the police last evening accord
ing to Information that, leaked out
from the pollco officers.
Strangely, the majority of those
ended their lives were girls between
1C and 23 years of age.
Teach yourse to love whatever
you have to do and whatever you
have to endure, then will every day
bring far more abundantly that
which" you love.
Don't Break Down.
Severe strains on .the vital organs,
like strains on machinery, cause
break-downs. You can't oyertax
stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels or
nerves without serious dangor to
yourself. If you are weak or run
down, or under strain of any kind,
take Electric Bitters the matchless
tonic medicine, Mrs. J, E. Van de
Sande, of KlMtland, 111., writes "That
I did not break down, while enduring
a most severe strain, for three months
is duo wholly to .Electric Bitters."
Use them and enjoy health . and
strength. Satisfaction positively
guaranteed. BOc, at J. C, Perry's.
Our idea of a fool mau is one who
gets mad in an argument about re
It fcuvert IIIh Lg. !
"All thought I'd lose my leg," I
writes J. A. Swensen, of Watortown.
Wis. "Ten years of eczoma, that 15
doctors could not cure, had at last
laid me up. Then Btiuklen's Arnica
Salve cured It. sound nnd well." In
fallible for skin eruptions, eozema, '
salt rheum, bolls, fever sores, burns,
scalds, cut ana piles, ?6p tt J. C. i
The University Tabernacle on
12 th and Ferry streets, where tho
union revival services aro being hold
was ngaln fairly well filled last night
with people who are becoming 'anx
ious about their soul's salvation;
Eievon accepted Christ at this moot
ing, olght young men going forward
at the close, and after tho large
crowd had dispersed.
The" orchestra gave a special se
lection and Rev. Fields of tho Leslie
M. E. church led In prayer, after
which Mr. Taylor took occasion, to
make a few remarks about tho boys
congregating in tho roar of tho taber
nacle and Just outside the door. It
would seem these boys' have nothing
to do but sit back and make fun,
while those on the outside do all the
various stunts that go with drink
Ink, smoking and cursing, and on
somo occasions young men have
been found drunk and laid out near
tho tabernacle. "This," Mr. Tay
lor says, "Is a shame In a town of
churches, schools and universities."
He also Impressed upon the public
that'tho reports which aro .being told
regarding his grafting of tho mon
eys that have been subscribed for
the expenses of tho meeting are
false and this was. verified by tho
Mrs. Taylor rendered a solo on the
cornot entitled "Vlplettf and Mr.
Wegner sang, "The Eye Is on the
I Know Ho Watches
Me," with much effect.
The subject of Rev. Taylor's dis
course was "Justice," getting his
text from tho Book of Daniel, the
fifth chapter, verses 25 to 28.
"Thou ar.t weighed In the bal
ances and found small. Weighed In
what? In the balances of God,' In
Justice, In tho law. God Is the
welgh-master and will weigh every
man," said Mr . Taylor, giving an
Illustration of the butter-maker, who
sold butter to tho baker and bought
his bread. Ho weighed his butter
Into pound rolls by putting a loaf
of the bread that was supposed to
be a pound, on the other end of tho
scales. "As ye measure, so shall yo
reap. No man ever did a mean
trick but what It came back to him.
Every man who does an ovll thing,
God will bring to Justice. Laws:
Tho ten commandments, are tho ba
sis of all laws."
"What Is a man's god something
he worships jnoro than anything
elso. Somo worship the dollar God.
society god,' ball-room god," and
"Whatever man holds first In his
heart Is his god, such as tho dres3.
1 u"""uuus' iucuuuh, eiu. uiou snail
have any moro Bods berro me-'
, tl Pnmtrl!1,iTTinnt Tho nn0nif0.
diamonds, theatres, etc. 'Thou shalt
went on tatting up each of tho com
mandments nnd making an earnest
plea for tho acceptance of Christ.
He scored tho society neonle. th-a
i theatre-goers, tho gosslpers men as
well as women iganiblers, drun-
kards, blasphemers, corporations, all
Tonight ho will speak, on tho
topic, "Did God make man or man
make God," and Saturday night,
"The power of purpose and how to
win." Sunday nftornoon will bo the '
meeting for men only when the topic
of "Chickens come home to roost,"
will bo presented. All men aro
urged to be present. Don't forget 1
the ladles' meeting at the First M. ;
E church Saturday.
Bakersfleld, Calif., March 18.
The throat cut from ear to ear and
thd face-terribly multlated, the body
o'f a man .supposed -to be Charles
Main, of Portland, Ore., was found
today hidden In a stable yard In tha
outskirts of the city.
Tho man's fist, which was clench
ed, was cut and covered with bruises.
The authorities bellove ho suc
cumbed to somo thug's attack after
putting up a desperate battle for his
life. In tho man's pocket was a
card of membershop In Portland
locivl.o.. 92. J. W. W. He was well
dressed, but no money or valuables
were found In his pockets, This fact
strengthens theVpolIco theory of rob
bery and murder.
Memory Is the concentration of
things that are.
Nothing In the way of a cough Is
quite so annoying as a tickling,
tensing, wheezing, bronchial cough.
The quickest rel'of comes perhaps
from a prescription knowa la drug
gists everywhere as Dr(. Snoop's
Cough Remedy. And besides, It la
bo thoroughly harmless that mothers
give It with perfect safety even to
the youngest babes, Tho tender
leaves of a e'mp'o mountain shrub,
give tp Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy
its remarkable curative effect.. A
few days test will tell. Sold by
Capital Drug Store.
Scaled bids will be received b
tho Board of Directors of School
Dint. No. 24 in Marion County. Ore
gon, at tho office of the School Clr4.
at No1. 388 State St.. In Salom. Ore.
for Heating and Ventilating Plants
to be installed In the Englowood and
East School buildings.
B'ds to bo. received on tjie tm
plants together and also on siun.
Certlflod check of G por cent of ilv
amount of bid to ncoornpsnv hhc
bid. Plan of bu ldUi n i- bi
at Architect F. A. I.okjc' ofHi-p ii
Salem, Ore. Bids to be ripened l
the Board. April 2. IKIO, m 7:::
p. row at tbe High School Bullillnic
Board reserves tfia right to mjw
any or all bids;
II. A. JOHWJON. .in..
DELEGATION OF BUSINESS MEN
VISITING NEW TOWNS DOItt
RIS TO BE COUNTY SEAT OF
SiSKlYOU COUNTY OPINIONS
OF PROMINENT MEN AS TO
Wled, Cal., March 1G.
A delegation of Willamette valley
and Portland business men are visit
ing the new townslto on tho Natron
and Klamath Falls Extension.
Thousands of dollars arc being
Invested dally lit tlioso new towns.
Hundreds of business men have
bought lots In those towns and thou
sands more will Invest if the visiting
delegation brings no unfavorable re
ports. How can ten business men all bo
deceived as to those new towwsltes?
The editor of The Capital Journal
Is one of the party, and will tell what
he sees and hears.
E. W. Gowan, of Klamath , Falls,
Joined us at Medford, and escorted
the party Into tho valleys where Dor
rls, Wordcn and Mt. Hebron are sit
uated. He is a big property owner, was
sheriff four years, and Is handling
cattle on a large scale.
He says ho knows nothing to pre
vent 'anyone making money who gets
In early on real catato In those new
Ho suys there Is not a thing against
We were on n delayed train and
had to lay over Thursday at Wled,
Cal., the sawmill Junction town.
We found a big excitement on over
moving tho county scat of Siskiyou
county from Yrcka to Dorrls.
The opening gun Will bo fired on
our arrival Tuesday morning.
John A. McCall, a Klamath Falls
merchant, who Is well known at Ash
land, has two lots at Dorrjs. At tho
Hotel Florence, at Wled, ho told the
crowd' he would like to sell them.
"What do you want for them?"
"I'll let them go for a thousand
dollarp apiece." There was general
laughter, as It was only a few months
ago tnnt the lots were sold for a
hundred dollars apiece.
But it is a fair sample of the way
men close to these towns valuo their
investments. E. HOFER.
Do not put sticky fly paper around
for every fly that Is caught on it will
be In untold agony until death comes
to its relief; and every agony that
It suffors will come back to you.
HAYS HAIR HEALTH
NEVER FAILS TO
RESTORE GRAY HAIR
TO ITS NATURAL
COLOR and BEAUTY.
Salltfy Yturulf h SmJinl Hew fore
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
Cut this adv. out and mail with your
name and addren, and to cents to
PHILO HAY SPECIALTIES CO.
30 Clinton St., Newark, N J..U.BA.
Great PANAMA SKIRT SPECIAL SATURDAY
We have just received 150 Skirts in Panama cloth! colors
black, navy and brown, They are pjainl tailored, generally
full cut, some are jet button trimmed, These are most de
sirable for Spring and Summer wear, We. are selling
them regularly at. $3,75; some stores w&uld ask $4,50 and
$4,75 for the same article,. TO DISPOSE OF THEM QUICK
LY TOMORROW, SATURDAY, AT THE RIDICULOUSLY LOW
THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONAL
LIGHTWEIGHT $KIRT AT
A Thousand Bargains to be
Obtained in Other Lines
Pertaining to Women's Wear
IMPORTANT "CLOSE OUT" MILLINERY SALE
Many have already availed themselves of the great bargains this sale offers,. Do jus
tice to the law of economy by investigating this bona fido"closerout'LMillinery Sale.
You will positively save Fifty Cents on the Dollar compared with other store's prices.
Before you pay a
fancy price for your
new spring hat invos
tieate this etiaord
, inary out of season
fpR EXCLUSIVE LADIES' AND CHXDWS iCADY
especially that when you buy here you. pay for YOUR
boy's suit only, and none other, for which re.asofif if no
other, we can assure you the very best, values obtain
able for the money expended,
Our line of two-piece suits this spring is' the- most
complete we ever had (getting better rail, the time) ,
The cloth patterns and the style of thejgairmentsv will
surely please the mother who wishes to' see lief psy at
his best, and the wear, that's in them-weli, Only the
hard and long service the boy will put th6m to will prove
that there are none better for the money, J
In Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee, pure
healthful toasted grains, malt, nuts,
etc., are so cleverly blended as to
give a wonderfully true coffee taste,
color, and flavor. And besides,
Health Coffee goes a third farther
than any other 'kind. You actually
got 100 full cups from a 25c, 1
pound package. ,And Health Coffee
Is "made In a minute." No 20 to
30 minutes tedious boiling is at all
necessary. And besides there is not
Stops (Falling Hair
oes reol: Color ihe Hair
Compruii' ' r-' Ipliu- Uy.rK Qui.iln,
i EARLY SEED
We havo the largest stock of fine selected early potatoes in tho city
and offer the mat a reasonable price. We have Early Sunrlao,
Early Vermont, Early Hose, Eany Ohio, American Wonder, Bonuty
of Hebron, Extra Etirly Boveo.etc.
D. A. WHITE & SONS
jii&g , FKKDMEiY AN1
2.15 Commercial Street.
OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE A
AN UNUSUALLY LOW . SALE
Liberty. Sf. TUB STORE, Salem,
Now for the
What mother is not proud of
her "little boy," Nothing
within her reach is; too good for
him, She is particular about
Ijjs dress -wjants. the very
best her purse ivill allow, Now
let us remind, you that you
haven't seen all, the GOOD lit
tle suits in towi;if you haven't
seen ours, IM's emphasize
a grain of real coffee in it Bold by
J. W. Harritt;.
Edward Mabat of Chicago Ttas
fined $60 yesterday for trying to kiss
his great-aunt. The flno was too
lights family affection might have
prompted the offer of a kiss, but tp
nslst on it, when thousands of Chi
cago girls were just dying to assist
the kisser, was not a fault; it was
An Elegant Dressing
Makes H-falr Grow
Sodium ChloriJ, Capjcum, Satfc, Alcohol,
jipinion, oj mcti a hair preparation.
Wo are not adve -iisin?
Bear .In mmd that
our 'agular prices
ae 25 per cent less
than other stores ask