Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 02, 1912, Page Page Three, Image 3

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    DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALE3T, OREGOX, MONDAY, SF.I'TEWDER 2, 1912.
taqx Timrn
IU all-around nli(cllon.
Looking Out For Better Heat?
.1 Jl?ann ' mol"t "n(1 I""; nd clcRn7 H"" " " lot! In fuel and
tlrao? 1 but ocure most health and comfort with least work?
fhrIKrI-rJ,ri,,,tf,.en.t l","""ir "TO""111" Cnmpbell Winter.
Clianer hurnuce you hail better me us at once. 1'cir whatever your preent
fymem may be wo can quickly rouke the clmnire which will urtrle vou bv
Winter-Chaser
FURNACE
ropronenta the Jnn achievement In tho perfect heailnir of homo from every
tanilpolnt of health-economy anil convenience. Siicn In net time you're
down town ami let u explain all about the lame air-chamber In the jacket,
the "fa-bin water reerviilr-tho period flrrnot-all the polnta of cuistruc-
InveKtltrntlon can do no harm, and If you
hould decide to wake a chanire, remeuibur-
We Can Easily Replace Your Old Plant
With a Winter-Chaser In 24 Hours
There are ramnhull Ptiraim vnt rrllH
feet autlslactlon that havo been In constant mo
for 28 ycura-poaltlve proof of their durability.
Got the booklet-"Twlce-A-Day" with lull
information.
Wlnter-rhaaer FurnnccB are made by The
Campbell Heatlnir Co., of Dob MolncH.lu. Hold by
HADKIi TSCIIER & FULLER,
riitme 6((0. Stilem, Orepn
I Is Your Judgment Good? ;
A look at Barr's windows
will soon show you.
Can you pick out the lucky
article? If you can, you
are many dollars ahead.
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and pay you a good profit.
WRITE TODAY FOR HANDSOMELY ILLUSTRATED CATALOG.
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Largest Independent Camera Manufacturers In the World.
Low Round Trip Fares
To CLATSOP BEACH RESORTS
Seaside andGearhart, Oregon
f 6.00, effective dally, season limit; $4.50 Saturday and Sunday limit
Monday.
These famous resorts enjoy the advantage of limited train service
along the Columbia river, first-class hotels, cottages, camps, surf bath
ing, etc,
LOW ROUND TRIPS EAST
On the dates given below, round trip tickets will be
sold to the points In the East shown below, and
many others, at greatly reduced fares quoted.
Through Trains East via
The North Bund Kond, Northern Pacific and Great
Northern Hallway.
S QRt IX.
I UlltHC I
AUantle City.. 1112.30
Baltimore .... 109.00
Boston ....... I1U0
Buffalo 03.00
Chicago .. .. 71.00
Colo. Spring . . 50.50
Denver 6(m)0
Detroit ....
Dulutli
Kansas City
Milwaukee .
Minneapolis
84.00
Cl-jO
..6LS0
74.00
01.50
Omaha 61J0
Philadelphia . 110.00
l'lttsburg .... 93.00
St. Louis 71.50
St I'anl 6IJ0
Toronto 93.00
Washington .. 109.00
Montreal 100.50
New York 110.00
Dates of Sale
July 22, 23, 20, 29, 30, 31, 1912.
AuguBt 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 12, 15, 10, 22 23, 29, 30, 31,1912.
September 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, 11, 12, 30, 1912.
Stopovers and choice of routes allowed in each direction. Final return
limit October 31, 1912. Details of schedules, fares, etc., will be furnished
on request C. E. ALIJIN, Agent, Salem, Ore.
W. E. COMAN, Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt, Portland, Ore.
TOL
FAST BOAT
TOMORROW
STEAMER GRAHAMONA, A SWIFT
PASSENGER BOAT, FOR BUS
FROM PORTLAND TO COBVALLIS,
TO BE LAUNCHED AT PORTLAND.
A Portland .dispatch of Saturday,
AuguBt 31, says:
Captain A. W. Graham, dean of the
Yellow Stack Line, superintendent of
construction, traffic manager, and
holders of other titles appertaining
thereto, Is the author of an Innovation
in maritime functions Inasmuch as he
announces that the launching of the
steamer Grahamona, at Stipple's yards,
which event Is scheduled for Tuesday
there will be no "keg of nails"
refreshments under any other name,
distributed to guests.
In fact the skipper admits that ho
leans strongly to silent launchlngs and
intimated yesterday that the public
would not even be appraised of the
hour, but the Grahamona would slide
into the water as easily and noiseless'
ly as possible. Some have unfeelingly
applied tho title of Grandmother to
tho now steamer because of the shut
larlty of names, but her builder Insists
that she will be th,e real kittenish one
of the yellow stackers.
Tho Grahamona Is the new Btenmer
built for service on the Oregon City
Transportation company's boat lino
from Portland to Albany and Corvalll
and will be installed in the service
early this fal' as soon as the water
reaches tho proper stage. It has been
especially designed for fast passengor
servico in connection with the Pomona
giving a daily boat service between
Portland, Albany and Corvallla.
THE RECALL IS
NOT WORRYING
THE GOVERNOR
"Lay on MacDuff and damned be he
who first cries hold, enough."
That was Governor West's reply to
those who are laying a foundation for
a recall movement against him and he
declares that It applies to them all. He
seems to have but little fear of a re
call should an election be called, feel
ing that he Is doing nothing but en
forcing the laws on the statute books
and believing that the peoplo will
stand by him In the event that the vio
lators of those laws seek to recall
him. Further than that he would not
discuss the situation.
Dr. R. N. Avlson, pastor of the FlrBt
Methodist church, of this city, last
night preached a strong sermon en
dorslng the governor In hla vice cru
sade. The result of it was the calling
together of the congregation by R. R.
Kynn and the passing of resolution
endorsing the governor. He has also
been endorsed In other churches In the
state, and neither the governor nor
his friends feel that a recall election
can be made effective as it will be
battle between the law-abiding citizens
and law violators and in such a fight
the first are certain to win.
Uncle Ezra Says
"It dont take more'n a gill uv effort
to git folks into a peck of trouble,
nnd a little neglect of constipation,
biliousness, Indigestion or other liver
derangement, will do the same. If
ailing take Dr. King's New Life Pills
for quick results. Kasy, sufe, sure and
only 25 cents at J. C. Perry's.
A Vision of Bread
that Is always light, white and tooth
some, that every one will eat and en
Joy, Is the dream of all good house
keepers. You can realize that vision
by trying our bread. Once you use It
on your table you will never want to
be without It Why bother with bak
ing when we can do better.
CAPITAL BAKERY
41 Court BtrMt Pboi II'
ONLY "CASCARETS"
IF CONSTIPATED
SALTS, CALOMEL AND CATHARTIC
PILLS ARE VIOLENT THEY ACT
ON BOWELS AS PEPPER ACTS IN
NOSTRILS.
Take a Cascaret tonight and thor
oughly cleanse your IJver, Stomach
and Iloweis, and you will surely feel
great by morning. You men and wo
men who have headache, coated
tongue, can't sleep, are bilious, ner-
! vcis and upset, bothered with a sick
gassy, disordered stomach, or have
backache and feel all worn out
Aro you keeping your bowels clean
with Cascaret or merely forcing a
passageway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil? This Is
important.
CascarcU Immediately cleanse and
regulate the stomach, remove the sour,
undigested and fermenting food and
foul gases; take tho excess bile from
the liver and carry off the constipated
waste matter and poison from the In
testines and bowels.
Remember, a Cascaret tonight will
straighten you out by morning. A 10
cent box from your druggist means
healthy bowel action; a clear head and
cheerfulness for months. Don't forget
the children.
X-RAYS AND SMILES.
North Bend Is complaining of the S.
P.. which was granted a franchise
over Its streets on the conditions that
actual construction work would begin
in 60 days. On the 60th day at noon
a man and team was put at work on
the construction, and did a half day'i
work costing the company three big
plunks. The only proviso in the fran
chise waa that tho company should
commence construction work, and as
It always lives up to Its promises It
commenced.
Louis W. 11111, of the Great Northern
railroad, has been made a member of
the Dlackfoot tribe by adoption. That
all right as far as It goes and It goes
far enough, for to go further would
make him a "Blackleg."
Oregon produced more than three
million, dollars worth of butter last
year, and this Is only a starter. There
will be another cipher added to the
figures In the near future.
Medford Is to have a 6000 honpowor
poultry furm, a company with $25,000
capital having been organized to run
it. There will be some cackling done
down that way, other than that of the
real estate boosters.
SAW OREGON'
AND IS flOW
OPTIMISTIC
San Francisco, Sept. 2. Greater
prosperity for tho nation when tills
year's bumper crops have been liar-
vested and Increased activity in all
lines of business was the prediction
here today of Judge Robert 8. iovott
head of the combined llnrrlman Inter-
ebts, who arrived In San Francisco
yesterduy from the north.
Judge Lovett declined to discuss
legislutlon concerning the Panama ca
nal. He will remain here four or five
days and then proceed by easy stages
to Now York. He Is accompanied by
his son, Robert A. Lovett, and Aver-
Ill Ilarrlman, son of the late E. II
Harrlman.
LABOR HAS
A PlCfJIC 111
PORTLAND
rjNiTiD mm ii lkahid wiiii.1
Portland, Ore., 8ept. 2. Labor Day
was observed In Portland by an all
day picnic under the auspices of or
zanized labor at Crystal Lake Park,
near Portland. Thousands attended.
There were sports of all sorta, a bar
becue and specchmaklng. Governor
West was on the program to deliver
the principal address.
Eugene V. Debs, presidential nom
inee of the Socialist party, was sched
uled to address a large audience in
tho Gypsy Smith tabernacle this afternoon.
How to Profit by the
Growth of Salem
You want to boo Snlum grow, don't
youT You expect to boo It. You know
It will grow. The question Ib, how Is
Us growth going to affect you? Will
you bo benefited by ltT
You will be If you own a piece of
well located real' estate, As the city
grows your property will enhauco In
value. And thousands have been made
rich In Just that way buying roal es
tate when It was choap and holding on
to It.
With a deed to a good lot or homo,
or a piece of Sulom business proporty
In your possosslon, you will havo a
vital Intorest lu tho future growth of
tho city.
$5250 will buy a beautiful, modern
well located homo, close to tho capltol,
on paved street, every modern conve
nience. Fine grounds.
$3500 will buy a modem ami new
bungalow. Sleoplng porch, basement,
&. large rooms, electrlo fixtures, bath,
pantry, porches, In fact modern In
overy way.
$7500 will buy a half Interest In a
good store building on North Commer
cial Btreet. This Is a bargain.
$350 will buy a good building lot.
One-half down, balance three to five
years.
BECHTEL & BVNON.
347 State Street. Tel Main 452
RUSHING
MARINES TO'
(UNITID PHKHi I.KAHICD WISH.
San Francisco, Sept. 2. Currying a
force of mnrlnus and an extra draft of
170 bluejackets from the cruiser North
Dakota, tho cruiser ' Cleveland Is
steaming today for Nicaragua under
riiSh orders from Washington. The
Cleveland sailed from Mure Island last
night.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo, )
Lucas County )bb.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the
City of Toledo, county and state aforo-
said, and that said firm will pay tho
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S
CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY,
Sworn to before mo and subscribed
in my presonco this 6th day of Decern
ber, A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLICASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Send for testimonial!! free,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constl-
atlon.
THE ROUND-UP
William Poilmnn and John Schmltz,
of Buker, and J. N. Teal, of Portland,
recently purchased the controlling In
torest In the First National Hunk of
Ilaker. Thoy will Increase Its capi
tal stock from $75,000 to $200,000.
Judge Lovett and his party visited
Klamath Falls Friday.
James F. Annls, vetoran of the Mex
ican war, and during the Populist
movement publisher of the Eugene
Ilroud Axe, in tho Interest of that
iarty, died at Eugene lust Thursday,
aged 80 years.
Albany's school buildings are taxed
to the limit a rare Indication of
rapid and substantial growth.
Departments of domestic science
and manual tl.ilnlng are to be con-
ucted In connection with Albany's
schools.
Medford's pear crop, estimated at
the beglnnlns; of the season at 150
cars, will far excel that, and will prob
ably exceed 200 carloads for shipment,
ment
The Hull Mooserg met at Eugene
Saturday afternoon about 75 were
present
T. L. Parks, Murrayvlllo, Ga., Route
Is In his 73d year, and like the ma-
lorlty of elderly peoplo, ho Buffered
with kidney trouble nnd bladder weak
ness and urinary Irregularity. He
says: "I have suffered with my kid-
cys. My hack ached and I was uniioy-
ed with bladder Irregularities. I can
truthfully say, one 50c bottle of Foley
Klilhey Pills cured me entirely." They
contain no hubll forming drugs.
Children Ory
FOR FLETCHER'S
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Tho Implicit confidence that many
people have in Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
founded on their experience In the use
of that remedy and their knowledge of
the many remarkable cures of colic,
diarrhoea and dysentery that It has
effected. For sale by all dealers.
All patent medicines or medicines al
rertlsed In this paper are for sale at
DR. STONE'S
Drug Store
Salem, Oregon
Also
Dr. Stone's
POISON OAK REMEDY
A snow white medicine, contain! no
sugar of lead, opium, nor other poi
sonous drugs. Applied every hour It
at once relieves, and soon cures in
flammation of the skin generally
known as Poison Oak. 2Sc and 60o
bottles. i
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Fashions Favored
Styles in Women's
Misses' and
Children's Clothes
At Especially Attractive
Introductory Prices
Tailored Suits
We have never before assembled such a beautiful line
of suits, Representing the best thoughts of fashio'i
centers, All tho new and approved fabrics and shades
splendid values at prices from $12.50 up to $75.00
New-Fall Coats
Our new coats are different and at the same time more
becoming than those of past seasons, Individual style
effectssimple grace and elegance mark our showing
of coats, New novelty mixtures, Boucles, Zibelines and
Chinchillas, Prices from $7.50 up to $65.00
New Waists
Choice styles in fall waiststailored and lingerie styles
Prices from $1.00 to $12.50 each
New Dresses
New dresses that are unsurpassed In excellence, fit and
finish, Serges, Messages, Chiffon Taffetas and Char
mouse materials, Prices from $7.50 up to $50.00
New Neckwear
Charming Novelties In Women's Neckwear for fall
Fashions that reigned during the directoire period,
Robespierre collars, Marccau collars and many becom
ing effects, Prices from 25c to $5.00
Where Shopping Is a Peasure
Quality
Mtrchandlia
U. G. Shipley Co.
145-147 North Liberty Street
Between St.te and Court Siree'ti, SALEM, OREGON
Popular
Prltea
An article that bus real merit should
In time becorno popular. That such Is
tlie case with Cliitnibprluln's Cough
Iti-mcdy has been iitlestcd by many
(li itlers. Hero Is one of them. H. W.
Ilundrlckson, Ohio Fulls, lnd writes,
'Chamberlain's ('ough Humcdy Is the
best for coughs, colila und croup, and
Is, my best seller." For sale by all
(Ii nlers.
rillumook Muhoiis
$10,000 temple-.
aro to bullil a
If you knew of tho real valuo of
Cliaiiibi'i liiln's Liniment for lauio back,
vorenima of the muscles, sprains and
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to be without It. For sale by all dealers.
Journal Want Ads Bring Results
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