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DAILY CAPITAL JOUMAll BA1EM, 0BEG05. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
Efficient Will heat a good sized room
even in the coldest weather.
Economical. Burns nine hours on one
gallon of oil.
Ornamental. Nickel trimmings; plain
steel or enameled tur
Portable. Easily car
ried from room to
room; weighs only
eleven pounds ; han
dle doesn't get hot
Last for years
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
461 Markal SU..I
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Washington, Dec. ( VuigriMUiiiiiin
Jami'H NctMlliiim, of Cnllfoinhi, dom
not want tin! Iicrlli (if iihhIhIiiuI Iii'iih
urcr nt Kan FiiiiicIhco, offered him liy
SoimloiB WcirkH and IVrklim, (if Cali
HKHMIT OK THE
The I'nlted Stales National Hank, at. Salem, In the State of Oreg
close of business, November L'O, 1IU2,
Loans and discounts $
Overdrafts .secured and unscciirod
I'. S. IkinIb to secure circulation
V. H. bonds to secure postal savings, $(ln()0
Other bonds to si-cure postal savings, $18,250
Ilotuls, securities, etc.
Hanking Iiouho, furniture and fixtures
Hue from slate and private banks and liatikors, trust compan
ies and savings bankB
Dun from approved reserve agents
Checks and other cash Items
Kxcliango for clearing house
Notes of other national banks
Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents
lawful money reserve In bank, vlx:
Speclo , $177,007.30
Tegal tender notes 050.00
Redemption fund with U. S. treasury (5 per cent of circulation)
Capltnl stock paid In $ 100,000.00
Surplus fund 100,000.00
Undivided profits, lean expenses nud taxes paid 3,808.88
National bank notes outstanding 25,000.00
Due to slain and private banks and bankers 1,588.39
Duo to trust companies and savings banks 1,021.33
Individual deposits subject to chuck 1,1 17,318. 05
Demand certificates of deposit 10,111.44
Time certificates of deposit 1 1(1,156.7(1
Certified checks 419 70
CiiHhlers' checks outstanding 1,9(i(i.70
I'nltivd States' postal savings deposits, $7li:il.i;5 7,631. 05
State of Oregon, County of Marlon, sk:
I. 10. W. Hazard, cashier of the abovenamed bank, do solemnly swear
that the above slaleuient Ih true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
K W. HAZARD. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before too this 3d day of December, 1!H2.
.1KNN1K MOST. Notary Public.
Correct - Attest :
.T. P. KOGKIiS.
S. (J. SAUCKNT,
D. W. KYItK,
NOT IN THE LUMBER
We wish to advise our many customers and
friends that we are not in the Consolidation
made by the purchase of the Hammond
Lumber Co., by the stockholders of the Falls
City Lumber Co. and Spaulding Logging Co.
You may therefore be certain that when sub
mitting your lumber bills to us for quota
tions, that the prices you receive will not be
governed by the Combination Prices made
by the firms named above.
Our prices are reasonable and our material
the best. Call and see us.
THE SALEM LUMBER COMPANY
OFFICE AND YARD 2G0 S. Liberty St. Phone Main 80
' l'nn"m fi
fornia, according to reports: here to
ilay. I'nablt! to iigree 1 1 j m hi tin; rcnonilnii
t Inn of TrcammT it;ilnton, the Califor
nia Hi'imtorH OchIim to hestow this
I j 1 urn upon a ICi'i hi lil iciin, liiToro t lie
iM'inocratH take over the national ad
iiiIiiIhI ration, lull, liccaiiHO of Need
liam'B I'i'fusiil, tin' aiiolnlnicnt will
lirolialily g: over until March I.
The mail who stands :i the bottom
of the ladder and steadies It Is often
i f more benefit to he country than
tint one who climlis to the top.
mi, at the
the Paving of
South Church St.
Providing that satisfactory arrange
ments can be made for the lowering of
the grade on South Church street, be
tween Trade and Mill streets, a hard
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Intersection of State and Church to
the Intersection of Church and Mis
sion streets, according to A. M. Hansen
of the Hanswn Sash & Door factory.
Citizens along Church street from
Suite to Mission are highly In favor
of having that thoroughfare Improved
with hard surface pavement, declares
Mr. Hansen, hut the only drawback Is
the extremely heavy grade located 1m.
mediately nouth of the Mill creek
crossing Church, between Trade and
Mill. Mr. Hansen states that In the
cM'tit this difficulty can be overcome
he Is confident that every property
holder along that street will be glad
find willing to aid In the niproveineiit.
As far as he is concerned, Mr. Han-
..n..,.r, fill U lnl.l tilt
I lien declares he will circulate nnv ne-
lition and do all within his power to
help the work along and hopes that
tlu street will be paved soon with a
good grade leading up to the mill race
from the south.
There Is very little doubt but what
this street will be improved within a
short time, as the majority of the
owners of property facing the street
are In favor of such an improvement
on account of that section of the city
rtivets being In a very poor condition
MEXICO MAY HAVE
INITKU 1T1EHS LKAHKD WIltR.
New Orleans, Dec. 4. That Jesus
I lores Magon, former minister of the
Interior of Mexico, plans a new revo
lution in that country is stated here
today In private advices from .Mexico
It Is reported that the forces of
General Zapata, In the south, and those
ol General Salazar In the north are
PAST FIFTY? YOU
WHAT GLASSES ARE TO WEAK
EVES, CASCAKKTS AKE TO WEAK
1IOWELS-A NMENT BOX WILL
TltlLY AMAZE YOl'.
Most old people must give to the
bowels some regular help, else they
suffer from constipation. The condi
tion Is perfectly natural. It la Just as
natural as it la for old people to walk
slowly. For ago Is never so active as
youth. The muscles are less elastic.
And tho bowels are muscles.
So all old people noel Cascarets.
One might an woll rcfuso to aid weak
eyes with glasses as to neglect this
gentle aid to weak bowels. This Is
Imiiortnnt at all ages, but never so
much as at fifty.
Ago is not a tlino for liarsh physics.
Youth may occasionally whip the
bowels Into activity. Hut a lash can't
be used every day. What tho bowels
of tho old uood Is a gentle and nat
ural tonic. Ono that can bo constant
ly used without harm. The only such
tonic is Cascarets and they cost only
10 cents per box at any drug store.
They work whllo you slwp.
Itiililicd h Saloon Safe.
UMTEII lUtiHH LKASmi WIHE.
San Francisco, Dec. I. Cracksmen
j drilled open the safe In the saloon of
William A. Niemann here lust night
Wind got $190 In cash and two watches.
The robbers drilled the safe combina
tion ami then, with a sledge and bar,
opened tho Inner compartment, The
robbery was not discovered until this
BREAKS A COLD
IN A FEW HOURS
FIRST DOSE OF PAKE'S TOM) TOM
I'OIWD RELIEVES WHITE MIS
ERY 0 QUIMM'.
After the very flrn dof e of "Pape's
Cold Compound" you illitimtly feel
the cold breaking ami all the ditagree
nble grippe symptoms leaving.
It Is a positive fact that a dose of
Tape's Cold Compound taken every
two hours until thr.-e coc?"cutlve
doses are taken will rir Grippe or
break up the most severe c',ld, either
in the head, chest, biclt, stomach or
It promptly ends the mo-t. miserable
headache, dullness, h'ad and nose
stuffed up, feverishnex. sneezing, sore
throat, runnlngk of the nose, mucous
catarrhal discharges, frencss, stiff
ness and rheumatic twinges.
Take this wonderful Compound with
the knowledge that there is nothing
else in the world which will cure your
cold or end Grippe misery as promptly
r.nd without any other assistance or
bad iiitcr-effects us a 25-cent pack
age of Pape's Cold CoTponnd, which
any druggist can supply--it contains
no quinine be sure yon get w hat you
usk for -accept no substitute belong
In every home. Tastes nice acts
POLICEMEN CAX NO
LONGER RIDE FREE
The local office of the Portland,
Eugene & Eastern, itailway Co. today
notified police headquarters that
heniafter policemen must pay their
fare on Salem Btreet cars or walk. The
railway company is required to make
thlB demand as a result of the passage
in the general election of the public
A further provision is made, howev
er, which will probably be applied to
local conditions to give back to the
cops their former privilege of riding
free of charge. The city council may
apply to the company for free passage
of certain people In Its employ, and
the company may g-ant such a re
quest. Concerning l ire Limit.
An ordinance Introduced at the
council meeting on Monday night pro
poses to exempt from the fire limits
the Spaulding Logging Co. and the
Salem Iron Works, and because only
these two property holders are to be
exempted, the bill was strongly ob
jected to by Councilman White.
An old ordinance placed the west
(Ire limits at tbo middle of Front
street. Six weeks ago another ordi
nance was passed extending the limits
a half block farther to the west, tak
ing in both tho Spaulding property and
the Iron works. These firms asked to
be exempted, but Councilman White
holds that there is other property In
the proposed limit that Is as much en
titled to exemption. His objection re
sulted in the bill's being referred to
the fire and water committee.
Masonic Temple Dedicated.
The Masons of Sumpter, having com
pleted paying fjr their hall, it was
formally dedicated Monday. Most
Worshipful Grand Master Burnett of
ficiated. After the ceremonies, the
members and visitors adjourned to the
Sumpter hotel, where a splendid ban
quet was served, the celebration being
kept up until nearly midnight.
A Woman Policeman.
Medford, Ore., Doc. 4. Mrs. Frank
Cotterlll, a sister-in-law of Mayor Cot-
terlll, of Seattle, has been, appointed a
member of the local police force. She
is expected to have special supervision
over public dances patronized by the
young men ami women of the city.
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II Easy W
UNITED I'llESS LEASED WlllE.l
Washington, Dec. 4. Cable dispatch
es to the state department today from
the governor-general of the Philippines
say that J. W Green, an American,
living at Slbuyan, has been missing
since the great typhoon which de
stroyed Tlacoban, the principal town
of the island of Lcyte. Green prob
ably is the only American who met
death In the catastrophe.
The cable stated that relief work is
progressing, but no accurate estimates
of the dead could be obtained. The
bureau of lnsulnr affairs here has
asked the governor-general to Inves
tigate the report that the hemp and
fibre crop has been ruined.
TRYING TO KEEP OI T
C.XITKD I'llESS LEASED WlllE.l
Redding, Cal Dec. 4. Desperate i
efforts were made by the defense In
the trial of William K. Clements, ac
cused of slaying William C. Landls
from ambush, to keep the confession
of Clements from being presented as
evidence here today. The entire morn
ing was spent In arguing. The defense
holds that It Is not shown that no In
timidation proceeded the obtaining of
The case of the people will close
with the introduction of the confes
sion made by Clements three days af
ter the killing of Landls, It is plain
that the court will admit the confes
sion as evidence.
WOl LI) ( I T 01 T ALL
UNITED I'llRSH LEASED WlllE.l
Berlin, Dec. 4. No phase of the Bal-kon-Turklsh
war has been watched
v.'lth keener Interest by" the German
military authorities, than the manner
in which both Bulgarians and Turks
controlled the army of war corre
spondents. It has also caused some
speculation as to what action the Ger
man general staff will take with war
correspondents In the not war In
which Germany will be Involved.
"There will be no 80 or lno newspa
permen In German general headquar
ters, I can assure you of that," sa'd a
high German army officer today. "War
correspondents are a nuoennce, a con
stant source of danger to the opera
tions of an army and an evil that must
be reduced to the minimum."
Inquiry developed that Ironclad
rules aro laid down In respect to war
correspondents with the army. It Is
said that not exceeding four corre
spondents will be permitted to accom
pany the general headquarters, two of
whom will be Americans, representing
two American news agencies.
Fire Destroys Roundhouse.
Fa'ls City, Or., Dec 4. Fire de
stroyed the round house of the Great
Western Lumber company, at Black
Bock about 10 o'clock Saturday night
the flro having caught from sparks
from the locomotive. The logging en
glne was greatly damaged as the few
workmen present were unable to re-!
move It from the building. The loss i
Is estimated at $.'000.
Altl Society to Meet.
The Udies Aid of Salem Heights
will meet with Mrs. John McLain at
her home Friday afternoon. Dec. 6th.
All the members are urged to attend
and bring their friends. We will com
plete all arrangements for the chicken
pie supper, the date of which will be
announced later. Mrs. Cretoria C.
Good Furniture is a
Gift of Good Taste
Good furniture in the home and elsewhere is always a
source of satisfaction, Its value increases with ae,
Undeniably it answers best and most practically the
Question "what to give," What has come to the store
n the past few wteks in the way of gift pieces repre
sents many months of selection, It is a display worthy
of your inspection, Now is the time to choose,
COMFORT-GIVING LEATHER ROCKERS AND CHAIRS
CADILLAC DESKS AND LIBRARY TABLES
SMOKING TABLES, HALL MIRRORS
MUSIC CABINETS, DISC RECORD CABINETS
m ' 1"" 1
The Woman Makes the Ilomc
She makes it best who, looking
after the culinary department,
turns her back resolutely upon
unhealthful, or even suspicious,
food accessories. She is econom
ical; she knows that true economy
does not consist in the use of
inferior meat, flour, or baking
powder. She is an earnest advo
cate of home made, home baked
food, and has proved the truth of
the statements of the experts that
the best cooking in the world
today is done with Royal Baking
THE Ill MKIIREYS APPEAL
The appealed case of Charles and
George Humphreys, accused of the
murder of Mrs. Eliza Griffith in Ben
ton county, was taken up In the sit
1 reme court this afternoon. A decis
ion In the case will not be handed
down before next Tuesday and Is not
expected to bo given out as early as
The general opinion has been that
If the decision of the lower court
against the Humphreys is affirmed
they will hang with the five condemn
ed criminals on Friday, December -3.
This, however, Is uncertain. Appear
ing for the Humphreys today Is Attor
ney John Jeffrey, of Benton county,
an.l for the state, Prosecuting Attor
ney E. R. Bryson and A. R. Clark.
Speaking of the confession of the
Humphreys brothers this afternoon
Attorney Jeffrey said that in the men
tal state In which the accused men
were at the time they confessed they
could as easily have been made to con
fess that they shot Garfield and Mc
Kinley. For 1913 Rasebull.
united press LEASED wire.
San Francisco, Dec. 4. President
uaum, of the Pacific Coast League, ls-
sued today a formal call for the annu
al meeting of the directors to be held
In Sacramento next Monday, December
9. Adoption of the . 1913 schedule,
awarding of the pennant to Oakland
and routine matters will come before
Rain, River anil Boats.
The rainfall In Salem In the last 24
hours has totaled .38 of an Inch. Twenty-eight
hundredths fell during the
heavy showers yesterday and .10 dur
ing the night This Is not Considered
an abnormal fall.
The river has raised eight Inches In
the last 24 hours and now stands at
slightly more than four, feet above low
water mark. M. P. Baldwin of the
Oregon City Transportation Co., is un
certain whether the rise will continue
from tho present rains sufficiently for
another boat to be put on the run be
tween Salem and Corvallls. At pres
ent only the Pomona pile between
these two cities. Both tho Pomona
and the new Grahamona ply as far
down the river asPortland, but on ac
count of the low water the Grahamona
c'oes not go up the river to Corvallls.
GREECE MAY SIGN
UNITED PRESS LKASED WIRE.
Sofia, Dec. 4. That Greece did not
officially reject an armistice betweeen
Turkey and the Balkan allies, but de
manded an additional 24 hours to con
sider the protocol, is the official an-'
nouncement here today.
If this proves correct, Greece may
yet sign the peace agreement, and
participate In the negotiations begin
ning In London December 13.
It is expected that the government
will publish soon a list of the dead
and wounded Bulgarians. The people
will then learn for the first time the
i names of those who perished In the
, war against the Turks.
MILL III ILD MONSTER
WAREHOUSES AT PORTLAND
united press leased wire.
Portland, Or., Dec. 3. The repre
smtatlvea of the Hill and Harriman
ki ads here today signed an agreement
settling the east side terminal difficul
ties and the railroads will now pro
ceed with the erection of their $3,000,
000 worth of warehouses. The con
test was based on the right of the
Hill interests to use the East First
street right of way of the Harriman
interests for switching purposes. The
necessary franchises will now be ask
ed and with their granting the. erec
tion of the warehouses will begin.
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