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THE DAILY JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OnEOONb,FRDAYJ JNOVEMDER 27, lg03
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CITIZENS PL ANNMG
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Tboro is that much saving, at least, in
buvjng your Hats hero. Besides that, vre
are not confined to anv ono stylo. Wo
!l havo all tho fashionablo shapos. Wo don't raako Hats, but
' wo icll tho best that wo can got.
Jj Wo hare Until at $1, t2, 5, and 14 that would pleaio any man. All
the now Fall and Winter blocks ara here and Every Flat Is Rljfbt.
3 Wo don't sell Hats that'll disappoint yon. If ypu buy yoar Uata
P here, yoa will save Unt troubles -and sate Hat money
1 G. W. Johnson & Co.
H Clothiers and Hatters.
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old brldgo bonds for tho big otccl
brldgo across tho Willamette.
Tho others aro soma old bonds for
, ; sowers that became due, and tho now
crlpP News Association Telegrsms. ,mrtor wag not , offcctf flnd thoy
8 and S O clock Editions. could Mt bo rcfun(lcd untu lt wa8.
., unl-r-. nr-jen. Tho people (should ttuthorlzo taking
' theso up on tho popular loan plan
Dally One Year, 14.00 In Advance.' J"Bt as thrco lots of school nnd city
rOaDy Three Months, $1.00 In Advance, i bonds were lssuod and placed among
(Dally by Carrier, 50 Cents Per Month. , IUVinli.
Weekly One Year, 1.00 In Avance.1 vcapi
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Secretary Oliver Joy Says Campaign
May Be On New Lines
Other Reform Elements Getting Under Action and There
Will Be a Warm Contest
-JOURNAL SPECIAL DELIVERY.
Ono Woek ..... 10
"Ono Month 36
Throo Months 1,00
At Journal office.
At Daue's Grocery, 8outh 8alem.
At Bowersox Grocery, Yew Park.
Asylum Avenue Grocery Store.
Ejectrlc Grocery, East Stato St.
Mllllll MIHl lilll I HCI
Tonight and Saturday, partly cloudy.
OTTO WIL80N FOR ALDERMAN.
Tho tlo botweon Ion Goanor and
Otto WIIhoii In tho third ward neces
sitates anothor primary election bo
tweon those two gentlemen.
Many business men bollovo the In
torofltn of tho city will bo best served
by Kottlnc Uio services of a koon anil
progressiva youiiK business man llko,"011 noxt 8nr'nB'
Ir. Wtlson. ' Th0 orogonlau could build two
This oity noofts Home of tho bost,)U,UUng8 lf lt could bont tho portago
uuu mum j.roBrusBno young men ai roatl( an(l look up tho Inland Emplro
The Republicans will hold no city
convention Their candidate wero
nominated by direct vote of the peo
plo, nnd that ls,ns It should bo.
Other cities are holding their city
oleotlons under tho Australian ballot
law. It Is to be regrottod that the Sa
lem council, on tho ground of econo
my, did not throw this protection
around tho olectlon to bo hold In this
city. Unwise economy.
Tho wrltor was rocontly asked In
Portland who wma running tho Re
publican party In Marlon county.
"Nobody," was tho answer. This, wo
think Is correct. Thoro Is no ono man
In this country to bo a dictator.
If Rlngor Hermann doos as well as
Senator Fulton on commlttoos, ho will
bo a hard man to defeat for nomlna-
tho front, and Mr. Wilson Is ono of
thnt typo a (pilot and gontloraanly,
successful business man.
Ho la not tanglod up with any polit
ical faction, and will be nblo on nil oc
casions to glvo tho city his first and
bost thought and sorvlcM, Instead of
some otlior mnehlno. .
Mr. Wilson Is Interested In tho
strnwborry Industry, nnd, with his
brother, has put out nbout twenty
nqres. Ho Is a man who owns prop
arty, who puBhoa his own business
nnd gjvoA employment to othoru.
should ho nomlnatod and elected.
SHOW A SPIRIT OF PROGRESS.
Tho people should appreciate tho
spirit of progress that Is shown In
this eniupnlgn by the Republicans of
They held their primaries oarjy, and
hnvo given the people ample time to
KOt other candidates In the field, If
thoy desire. I
The Uepuhllcauu are the first to
xlve the people the right to nominate
their candidates by a direct ballot nt
The rtHht of a direct choice on the
Australian plan does away with cor
rupting, log-rolling elty convention.
When the people have tho right to
nominate aniulldutes for mayor ami
other elMoers the whole graft of city
It la n pleasure to commend men
when they are doing things in the
right direction, and the people can U
trusted to do the rest
DEMAND THE POPULAR LOAN.
At the coming oity election the peo
til should vote far the popular lonu
OH Ute thirty thousand dollar of old
oity 1k)hi1s that fwll due the jmet year
Fifteen thousand of thee were the
Never give up!
Not while you
can buy Ayer's
for twonty yoaru to come.
The Santa Olaus headquarters es
tablished at somo of our loading
storos are alroudy drawing holiday
shoppors, and thoro aro very bright
husinuM prospects for Salem mer
In spite of the oity campaign, bright
weathor nnd a surplus of shekels, In
tho pockots of all the people causes
the buslneiu men who ndrertlso In
Tho Journal to etnllo a smolo that Is
a yard wide and all wool.
The Journal's bargain day has boen
extended to accommodate sevornl
bundled subscribers who could not
get around In time to tnke advantage
of our reduced rates. Sovoral hun
dred new nantfu on our books nttoet
the benefits of the cash-ln-advanco
plan of running n newspaper, and
there's room for more.
Of course, the antl-saloo nand tntl
gambling orusade has to be sprung al
ways Just before eleotlon. It wouldn't
work at any other time.
Broke Her Thigh Bone.
I'ails. Nov. SrT. The Princess Ma-J
thllde Uonapnrtu, the only surviving
daughter at King Jerome Ronaparte.
and niece of Napoleon llouapnrte, Is
desperately 111. She broke the fe
mural hone last August, and t ad
vanced in ears.
It your watoh noods ropolrlng bring
It to W. Cnlvet, 1ES State street, proo
tleal watchmaker, who will repair It In
an artistic manner. eod
Thoro will be a citizens' tlckot, and
a continuance of tho citizens' move
ment of tho past few years In the
politics of Salem. A meeting of the
advocates of this movement was held
In Dr. W. A. Cuslck's office 'Wednes
day night at which about thirty per
sons of this city wero present, and
stops wero taken to launch tho citi
zens movement. Dr.. Cuslck was
olected chairman lf the meeting, and
Ollvor Jory , secretary. Tho meeting
doctded to call primary mass conven
tlons for tho sovoral wards to be held
tomorrow at 2 p. m., at which Umo
candidates for aldermen will bo nom
inated, and flvo delegates from each
of tho seven wards will bo chosen to
moot In convention at 7 o'clock Mon
day evening, In tho city hall, to nom
inate a candldato for mayor.
Tho ward mootlngs tomorrow after
noon will bo held at tho following
No. 1, Froeland's factory.
No. 2, City Hall.
No. 3, Frooland's store
No. A, Manning & Ferguson's ware
No. 0, S. S, Qlmblo's rosldonce.
No. 7, Jory's fruit drier.
Campaign committees woro appoint
ed and a determination manifested to
carry on an actlvo campaign, and to
continue tho policies of tho citizens'
non-partisan administration of tho
past few years. Socrotary Jory, of tho
citizens' meeting, In speaking of tho
movoment this morning, said:
Secretary Jory Speaks.
"Tiio movomont is entiroly non
partisan, and nion of all political opin
ions woro nrosont and oxnrossod tholr
determination tn continue tho non-i
partisan administration. The inter
est taken and tho character of thoao
present, guarantco a strictly non-par
tisan movoment, and a continuance
of tho policies of tho past administra
tions An actlvo canvass will bo made
and, whilo tho campaign may not bo
on tho lines of tho last two or thrco,
tho reuult will be tho same. I know
there Is bolng careful work done In
tho difforent wards to bring forward
representative men for a clean city
government In Greater Salem."
Among thoso present at tho meet
ing of Wednesday evening woro tho
following representatlvo men: R. P
Bolso, W. F. Bolthby, W. Broyman, T.
L. Davidson, C. D. McCoy, O. C.
neevcu, B. P. "Walker, J. P. Frlzzoll,
Max Burcn, A. W. Dennis, Geo. J.
A mass meting will bo hold In the
Methodist Episcopal church on Mon
day night, at 7:30, in tho Interests of
tho Anti-Saloon League. Addresses
by Dr. Tufts and Captain Mahono.
Businoss will bo transacted of special
jlntorost to ovory citizen. Bo sure to
come. If absont you may regret it.
Leading Socialist Talks.
R. R. Ryan, candldato for governor
on tho Socialist ticket, was asked this
morning If his party would tako any
actlvo part in tho coming city olec
tlon. Ho sold thoy would probably put
no tlckot In tho field, but would prob
ably work undor tho banner of a Labor-Union
ticket, and support tho Cit
izens' movement. Ho was favorable
to tho greatest progress of tho city,
and public ownership of tho wator
plant at tho earliest day possible
Alarms the Special Detectives
Who Are a Body Guard to
the President in New
Now York, Prosldont and Mrs.
Roosevolt arrived hero this morning,
and aro attending tho Grace funoral.
Socrotary Loob and Secretary Cowlos
aro also In tho party.
Just as Prosldont Roosovolt was
coming out of the church, aftor nt
tending tho sorvlaes ovor tho romalns
of his uncle, a white-boarded roan
stopped up nnd handed him an on
velopo. Tho President took tho pa
por, looked at It, and throw it. on tho
ground. Dotoctlvos seized tho man
and hustled him to poltco hoadquar
tors. The crank gavo the name of
Is of Little Benefit Unless It Is
Her Death Now Believed
Have Been Caused By
Watsr Power of the Globe.
TfeOM who are looking forward
with trepldiUoa to the time when the
world's coaI supply shall be exhausted
will find solac in some rough emula
tions by John Clark Hawkslmw, n
promlMNt etvll engineer, concerning
the water power how going to waste.
He says,: "Assume a depth of 10 inch
ee of rainfall to (low off each square
Inch of land surface, the mean height
of wulehxHay be taken as tttO leet
above the sea level Then the water
from the whole surface falling through
the menu, height would give 10,340,-
000,060 horse power In perpetuity. Our
present yearly output of 296.0W.000
tons of coal would give that horse
power for only a little over half at
day." Philadelphia Itecord.
Nearly ovoryono will admit that as
a nation wo eat too much meat and
too llttlo of vegotablos and tho grains.
For business men, offlco men and
clerks, and In fact ovoryono engaged
In sodentary or Indoor occupations,
grains, milk and vegotables aro much
Only mon ongaged In a sovoro out
door manual labor can Hvo on a heavy
meat dlot and contlnuo in health.
Aa a general rulo, meat onco a day
Is sufficient for all classes of mon,
womon and children, and grains, fruit
and vegotablos should constitute tho
Vulk of food eaton.
But many of the most nutritious
foods aro difficult of digestion and It
la of no uso to advlso brain workors
to cat largoly of grains and vegotablos
whoro the digestion Is too weak to as
Blmllato them properly.
It Is always boat to get the best
results from our food that somo sim
ple and harmless dlcxstlvo should be
taken after meals to assist the re
laxed' dlgeetlvo organs, and sovoral
years' exporlonco havo proven Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablots to be a vory
safe, pleasant and offectlvo dtgostlvo
remedy which may be takon dally with
tho host roeulta
Stuart's Dyspopsia Tablets can
hardly bo called a patent medicine.
as they dJ not act on tho bowols nor
any particular organ but only on the
food oaten. They supply what weak
' stomachs lack, pepsin diastase and by
fn! stimulating the gastric plands incroaso
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iPeople who make a dally practice
of taking one or two of Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablots after each meal aro
sure to have perfect digestion which
moans perfect health.
Thoro is no danger of forming an In
jurious habit as the tublets contain
absolutely nothing but natural digest-
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ms oimrun aoMMir, wtwromem.
llerlln. Nov. 7. The Moralng Post
nay a commission has been appolntsHl
to aseertaln how poison was placed It)
the food of the tsar's party, that
cause.! the death of the Itttl- princess. lvoe. cow raorphlBe and similar
" - - J drugs have no place In a stomach
medicine and Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
let are certainly the best kuown and
mast popular of all stomach remedies.
Depends largely on the condition of Ask your druggist for a fifty cent
the srtomacl. If this Important organ ; paekage of Stuart's pyspepsia Tab
is allowed to become weak. Constlpa- t0ts and after a week's use note the
tlon develops. Then follow Nausea, improvement In health, appetite and
Slok Headache, Nervousness, Insonvj nervous energy.
nla and General Weekness. To pre-!
bAlIINb Bright colors worth 50c a yd, now 25c a yatU
CUSHION CORD Aercerized, bright colors, onlv i()t
PILLOW TOPS With backs, new designs, only 25c i xt
NECK RIBBONS ' 2 3'4 inches wide,, only 10c a yard
SILK RIBBONS up to 1 U2 inches wide, only 5c per yard
LADIES HOSE Fleece lined, 12 l"2c a pair
MUSLIN Bleached a yard wide, only 6c a yard
LACE CfcJRTAINS 2 12 yards lorg, 50c a pair
See our Stand Covers, Pillow Shams, Doilits. Bureau Scarfs,!
and Table Covers, all new desirable goods.
Rostein & Greenbaum
302 Commercial Street
i C. CROSS
Meats and Provisions
signs of Renewed Activity
In the real estate world lndlutlb
creasing building operations W
Spring, am prompt us to reoud J
that our facillUos for lUDpljtag kH
and soft wood, lumber, lath, bW1
and other building materials
cepUonally good. Wo will be ple
to furnish estimates on contnvft
large or smalL A car of M1H C
nnnnil v LUMBER Wi
A Condition and not a Theory
Confronts tho fastidious man that
has soiled llnon, and don't know
whoro he can havo It laundered with-
out Injury and In an irroproaohable
manner. Wo can relievo his mind
right now by assuring him that his
shirts, collars and cuffs didn't look
hotter when first purchased than they
do when sent home from tho
Salem Steam Latmdry.
COLONEL. J. OLMSTED. Proo.
DORUS D. OLMSTED, JMer.
320 Liberty 8t
servo health thoro Is nothing bo good Clocks! Ctooks! Clocks! of all kinds
as Hoatetter's Stomach Bitters. l and descriptions, Just arrived, whloh
will old digestion, promoto regularity will be sold Tory cheap, at W. Cal
and euro Dyspepsia and ConstlpaUon, ' vet's, practical watchmaker, 158 State
A trial will convince yoq of Its valu. street eod
For Sale by DruQQists. I o
MftCTCTTCDC Oystersl Oysters!
ST0HACH BITTERS JT """ " S'" n"tt"
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BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO
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Oats For Sale. .
HOP GROWERS SUPPLIES. Crude and stick Snlchar.
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