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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREftON, TUESDAY, JANUARY 12,
TIE DULY JOURNAL
Dcrfops News Association Telegrams,
BY MOFER BROTHERS.
Daily Ona Year, 4M In Advance.
Dally Three Months, $1.00 In Advance.
Dally by Carrier, 50 Cents Per Month.
Weekly One Year, $1.00 In Advance.
oxtonslon of Russian dominion, and
It Is noI!!e hat A 8T HELENA
WILL HAVE TO BE PROVIDED
FOR THE CZAR, of nussla before
ponce con be guaranteed to the world.
defending "the czarina.
A number of ladles mistook the ed
itorial In The Journal of late date for
a reflection on the Czarina of Russia.
It was not so Intended, but the Inci
dent was employed to teach another
lesson altogether. Readers of a dally
newspapor should know that theronre
many subjects that an editor feels like
JOURNAL SPECIAL DELIVERY.
One Wock $ JO
ntjTuaSihm ;::!!!!!$li)0 1Iku8I"B ""at e cannot go nt rude-
Tureo Monuis . i, ., ... .. ... ,., ..innt H.n
tAt JMimai uince.
At Dsue's Qro:ery, South 8alem.
At Bovrertox Grocery, Yew Park.
Avfum Avenue Grocery Store.
Electric Grocery, East SUto St
OREGON COMINQ EVENT8.
National., livestock., convention,
ForUaad, January 12-16.
Aagora goat shot, Dallas, Janu
Tonight and Wednesday, occasional
light rains, cooler tonight.
Tho Oar wan lounging on tho throne,
Tho doctor paced tho hnllskl,
When through tho palaco enmo a
And feahlo sort of tnunllskl.
The doctor hastened to tho Czar
' And said "I wish you Jbyskl;
You aro once more a Papavltch,
Hut It Is not a boyskll"
The Otar laid down his soeptrevltch
And said. "It make mo slekskl
To think that It Is not for mo
To. piny with HUle Nlckskl.
'Tie bad enough to wnlk the floor
When U'othovltch auiioyskl, J
Jlut It would not affect ins so
Jf It hail been a boyskl."
Then to tho patauo gate he went,
Unheeding bomb or mlnaskl,
And on It nailed a placard largo,
A boldly lettered slgnskl.
The HiiwIanH crlenl: "Iiik live the
Tim French cried: "Vlvl 1'UoInM."
And rsnd the royal sign on high,
Twas "wnntgtl hre oiie boyskir
ly and directly, but must
devil about the bush,"
One of the most Intelligent of our
correspondents haB placed us under
obligation for tho follewing:
"If you wore responsible for a re
cent Journal editorial ontltled "The
Sad Side of Royalty," I should like to
put you wlso, ns the urchins say, In
tho matter. The child rccontly born
to the Czar Is tho fifth baby, tho othor
four wore girls, and not much account
anyway, as heirs to tho throne, but
If thoy aro ns flno and womanly spec
imens of humanity as their raothor
they will mako good sovereigns, In
splto of tliolr petticoat handicap,
"Tho Czarina, so far from being
tho product of an effete civilization, as
keeper who rccelvos forty dollars por
month whore a man was receiving
soventr-flvo Is a scab. So Is tho wo
man who does a man's work at a
weaving machine, and tho child who
goes Into the mill or factory. And
tho father, who Is scabbed out of
work by tho wlvos and children of
othor mon, sends his own wife and
children-to scab in order to save him-solf."
you strongly hint, Is ono of tho. most
progressive and uptodato women wo
have, especially In high places."
A MACHINE CAMPAIGN.
Tho national campaign of 1901
threatens to ljecomo "machine" in
moro ways than ono.
Tho spollblndors aro to bo dis
placed Ijy machine reproductions from
the Kdlson records, that cost about BO
Tho campaign of 1901 will be a
unique one In several ways, quits dif
ferent from all previous oneo.
Party leaders are planning to se
the phonograph In connection with
the msgnphone trumpet to spell
bind the people.
Orators of the two big parties can
not rsaoh every town and hamlet, and
It would cost too much, even If they
So tho scheme Is to hnvo those
spenkoni talk Into tho machino, and
thon sond out tho machines In enro of
good, responsible part Ins to tho small
towns nnd village whore thoy will be
sot n-golng to the odlflcntlon of the
All this goes to, show that the real
orator, and the public speaker who
devolops his ability to address large
audiences convincingly and Intolll-
FROM MILLIONAIRE TO PAUPER.
The failure of C. B. Wade, the Pen
dleton banker, which from accounts
will leave him penniless, Is an evi
dence of how quickly misfortune may
overtake and wreck even ono who Is
credited as bolng a successful busi
ness man, which Mr. Wade ovldontly
was. Iiosidos his many othor largo
holdings Mr. Wado owned $100,000 of
stock in the Golconda mine, nnd had
about consummated a deal with an
Eastorn syndicate for, the salo of the
proporty for $2,500,000. Had this Bale
been offected Mr. Wade would havo
been Independently rich, but It failed,
and In consequonco he Is financially
However, Mr. Wado seems to have
gono down with a clear record. His
speculations did not In any way af
fect tho bank of which he was tho
manager, hence tho bank will not be
Injured. Tho Dalles Times-Mountain-eor.
I JOURNAL X-RAYSf
Some ono it seems Insinuated that
Representative Test, of Malheur
county, swiped the gambling bill, yet
everyone who knows Test knows that
he can stand the tost.
The newest Industry Indian bas
kets made by palofacos.
It Is to bo hoped the extended Infor
mation given through tho nowspapors
of tho great streams of Immigration
that aro coming may amount to moro
than newspapor talk.
Will the council take up and act on
the sallont features of tho admirable
mossngo submitted by Mayor Waters7
If tho city council wishes to plcaso
tho people In tho suburbs It will nt
least sot up a few tallow candles In
old-fashioned tlrr lanterns at tho most
Important street crossings. They
havo tho lowest electric lighting rates
of any city In tho Northwest, nnd
thero Is no excuse for not having up
plenty of nrc lights and seeing that
tho city gets all It pays for after they
0 V O If yur d?ctor saVs Ms is the
Lsm w best cou2h medicine you can
V take, then take it. Wearewillln!
to leave it with him. t&isSi
FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE INSUR
ANCE. Tho record of tho Sublimity Farm
ers' Insurance Company of but one
loss In sovon years Is a remarkable
ono, nnd shows that tho farmers "do
The plnn of having the directors
solicit and Inspect the risks they tin
dortnko to carry Insurance upon Is n
wise ono, nnd places a premium on
good, careful husbandry.
It would bo monoy In tho pockets of
tho farmors and promotion of good
cltlaonshlp If there were more farm
ors' Insnranco companies cnrrlod on In
mien a wise aim conservative man
In reply to tho query, what Is tho
noblest sentenco In tho Bible, from a
political stand point, read Romans
12:9-10: "In honor preferring ono an
other." Unhapplnoss Is not excusable when
thoro Is a single othor porson In tho
world to mako happy. This has a
special significance during leap year.
cept Russia. EvcnthOMIsslppI Valley
does not parallel that vast plain,
every part of which Is reached by
steamer without transshipment A
dozen railroads to roach tho bay nro
Hudson bay itself never froozes
ovor. It Is too big, too rough, Its
wntors too warm, say tho Canadians.
Rut tho handle by which tho trado of
the world must take hold of It unfor
tunately points toward Greenland In
stead of Now York, and It Is an im
portant question whether tho straits
freezo In October or in November.
Thd utmost that has been claimed
for them is flvo months of open water.
Anyhow, Major Moody, of tho Cana
dian police, nnd Mr. A. P. Low, a
scientist, havo gono up thero In tho
Neptuno to find out.
Incidentally, thoy will shoo out of
tho bay all tho American fishermen
nnd whalers whom thoy may And
there. In which coso tho Alaska ques
ton will havo a successor.
rlso of water.
All tinners taken into mnoi.t
tho prospects, aro Indeed flatUriJ
that preliminary work will bo BtartJ
on tho canal at an early dae nJI
MAKE PEACE WITH
WATCH THE FURNACES.
Most of tho largo Salem school
houses nro supplied with old-fashioned
hot-nlr furnnce, and nt this windy sea
son of the year thoy should bo looked
after vory carefully by tho principals
Thoy burn out oaslly, nnd a defec
tive flue or fire from any othor cause
would destroy ono of thniin fmn.o
school houses n a hnlt hour's time.
Much of the marching of the chll
genUy will liar a larger Held than ev-1 ,,nm coul(1 ,l9 we" employed In form-
There I much mure In the strained
reJatlufts tmtween Russia and Jntmu
than appears on the surfnes.
It Involves the expansion of the
llUMtan empire over all Alia, nnd
THE POSSIBILITY OF WAR BE-
iwetN RUSSIA AND ALL THE
GREAT EUROPEAN POWERS.
RUSSIA has planted her powerful
government all over Northern Asia,
and IS SILENTLY AND RELENT
LESSLY ENCROACHING UPON THE
SOUTHERN HALF OF THI8 CONTI
All Hlberla and Manchuria and the
Peninsula tif Aiumir, ikghntsn Island,
nnd tho ouIkm(s of Corsa are under
Step by step the Russian bear Is
erees-lni down over the Asiatic conti
nent, and JAPAN ALONE CAN
BLOCK THE QAME.
The demand for orators will bo
greater than ever liefore. nnd the col
leges should Inks up (he question,
what Is oratory, and proceed to teach
that art ns never before.
Ing n fire drill, as Is dono at stato In
stltutlons. These precautions might
save property and lives before the win
ter Is over.
THE WONDERFUL METAL.
At a time when the Illustrated
tmiRMlnee and weeklies are printing
pictures of the discoverers of radium,
nnu (suing us something of Its prop
erties. It Is imrtleularly Instructive
and Interesting to turn to the Decem
ber number of the Atlantic Monthly,
where Professor John Trowbridge of
Harvard University discusses the dis
covery of radium as a new revelation
In science. Professor Trowbridge
thau whom no man Is better qunlllled
to speak with authority, expounds
tho practical and plllosophlo Import
of the marvetoiii new metal very In
formlngly. His coneludlntr ir.
smiw it especially suggestive
The new revelation H scUm, i.
Japan bus a navy today that U the r" V mr'rc,n and It U com
ewneHor of Russia, and has a .tort, of rU,K ' ' that mure Is
wWe second ui M sewer lMC VM M wn becomes ready to
mpW. with feodituff eneuali on hand r1- T nl revelatkm has
mier.o its chief iltttlileaBce N
a reltgtoHs mhm. and In this sense
nr forefathers were not aiii..i
to sarry her armlet fer a yesr.
lke ItiusUt cwM bm4 her amies
m the sell of Jsims Usir w ...
ana uie leading powers of Europe
would b taking a hnd.
ai m owmwr, to My mxh-
of the lee Mwan imrom
ewhl ejlst m the Ml of Ask It
nsm, ctistiMe4 jptt
m of Kom.
d rsa ejNUru, ,UlMlU, M
wwild he at the bet the Bee.)1 Mnk Uwl vtlUor. Is ruMUngeut
xhwi our inveeucRiiuns la the stlen
tiMe www there are m revehttlott.
wjgh 4a imt iwhIi (raw a kmg .
tlWMd and Um(hI spirit. The Intel.
Ictwu zmMttn hi aM IndUnensa
bK Thre are epoch of rcvtloav
hww. d the stu4 nt of th- his
'7 u mmc cn pensive gr,
stA w.r. .Hmjuuia h,, a greatefUIU,M,,,,,a't'l'ruurhnow.
MHKNMeiji bufM- nutm to W-,!'J wrld by th upi.fim, of loa,
r Interesui tn Asia this Sk..u ,."
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WW14 I CA LAIOR IN LONDON.
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Unite um, ,u M A " ! "f m.-mrar) Ulw irob.
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Nenro Sold at Auction.
( New York Sun.)
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance union of Indianapolis has been
holding a lummnge sale for several
days. Last Monday an old colore!
"I wish you to sell me." he sold to
one of the women. "I'm tired tramii-
lug around the country, and I'll work
for anybody the rest of my days for
my victuals and clothes."
Ono of the women suraested that
tho old man be placed on a table with
a prlco mark on him, but after further
taiK with tho negro to be certain that
he was In earnest, It was deel,!! tn
auction him off to tho highest blddur.
The old man was put on n stool, and
one of the women gdt on the eminter
and began to cry the bargain.
The first bid was W cents. The
bidder explained that he simply want-
u i give i auctioneer a start The
next bid was 76 cents, and quarter
bids were received until th ohj iuiih
was valued at $8. Then there was a
IU III the blddltlg, but the crlar ,u..
.I.tl ...... .L- . '
"" no oargalii was finally
Knocked down to H. W. Sues. om.
mission merchant, at Hit.
The negro eyed the commission
man closely, sud anuouured that he
believed be would like to e with
him. He raid he had no home ft
yenrs. and he was tlr.d of living froml
w moutn. nr. Shea told the
"" ,Jt would she hi. Mll.
. mr .icm worR aroM, jjj,
eswsmn whim. nud. If he proved
o be trustworthy, the job woakt ho
lu.t. ho ngred ,0 nn
"tn tun etothvt M
to sot w
The old boss thanked ih
for having found horoe for h-
nl ftw .i.l t. "" "
-- v whh oia new
eemtngly quit stUnd.
Thoso who are not guessing on tho
dlninond nro guessing who will guess
It. No one guesses but what tho plan
Is tho falrost over adopted.
The curtain wouldn't work, tho oxlts
were locked, tho lire oscnpos had no
ladders but were deadly traps, thoro
woro no nppllnneos for fighting flro,
there was not even a flro alarm box,
tho employos didn't know how to opor
ate the levors that opened the doors,
tho sky llnhts woio fnstoncd down,
thoro wns no Are curtnln. tho oxlts
wero not only not marked but wore
concealed by draperies, thoro wore no
soparato oxlts from tho gnllerlos, nnd
there were only two bottles of "kill
flro" In the whole theatre Each of
thoso things wns In direct violation of
the law, and the Chicago building
commissioners whoso dutv It -n n
see that nil these things wero supplied f""y'
nro looking for tho porions who nro
to blnmo for the Iroquois disaster.
Besldos being a statesman, Senntor
Dryden, of Now Jersey, Is also tho
prosldcnt to a prominent life Insur
ance company. Tho other day ho re
ceived a lettor llko this:
"Dear Sir: I am desirous of taking
out a llfo insurance policy, and as I
nm from your stato, I thought I would
write you directly, thinking I might
get bettor terms, especially as I am
In tho beet of health and would bo
an oxcollont risk. I havo novor suf
fered a day's serious illnoss In my
llfo. I would bo glad If you would
havo ono of your ngonts directed to
glvo my mnttor personal attontlon.
Vory truly yours, JOHN SMITH."
The next lettor tho senntor picked
up had boon forwarded to him from
tho Insurnnco company's main ofllco
nnd wns along this line:
"Donr Sir: Can't you get mo a
ponslon? I sorvod In tho Spanish
wnr, contracted a fevor In Cuba, and
havo slnco suffered wltli wonknose
of tho back nnd logs, shock to nerv
ous system, dlscaso of tho stomach
and dlgostlvo orcans. vnfti nn.i
othor nllmonta until I nm a physical
wreck. If anything- Is to bo dono for
me It must como soon. Very rosneet
You Are Certain to Lose If You At8
tempt the Use of Force and
SHORT CUT TO EUROPE.
Scheme to Send American
Via Hudson Bay;
Cnn a sea of salt water 1000 miles
long and 000 miles wide, with an on-
tranoe so generous that ono ennnot
see across it, bo declared the property
of any one nation, or does tho lino of
the "high sea" follow its hnrM
This question about to bo raised
by Cnnnda In tho caso of Hudson lmv
according to p. H. McOrnth, writing
..i iub Aoriu American Rovlow. Tho
innnumns support tholr claim to ox
elusive control by the snmo nrenmonta
that wero knocked out In tho Alaska
case. The "shore." they hold. Jumps
rrom headland to headland, cutting off
the "closed waters" btu-. i
Alaska such a drawing of th iin
cut across narrow channels, reaching
ir into tne land. In Hudson bay It
woitM cut off a body f water only
surpassed by the Mediterranean and
the Caribbean eti, and provided with
an entrance wider than that of the
former of these two bodies of water
It is not settled whethm- ti.a ..-i...
lSe sought Is of great or of moderate
vaJlie. If the straits nt the mouth of
the bay remain Ice free. )ut -......
to let the wheat crop f the North.
"Ml In the autumn. Hudson bay
will furnish an alI.Ciiii.ii,.., -...-
frwHtbe wheat nelds to Burope. Krom
5-2" .! V way of
r. ar" n t froteo.
You cannot force your stomach ti
lo work that it is unablo and unt
ling to do. It has beea tried tlrm
and timo again with always tho &&
result. Tho stomach is a good an
faithful sorvant; but when pushed U
yond tho limit it robots. Somo stou
achs will stand much moro abuso thu
otners, but ovoiy otomach has iti
limit; and when that limit Is roach!
It is a very dangerous and umri
procoduro to attempt to forco It In(j
doing further work. Tho sonslbli
and rcasonablo courso is to emploj
a substitute to carry on Uio work d
digestion nnd give- tho stomach u
opportunity to rocuperato and rogahl
Its lost strength.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablots aro tlJ
only perfect substitute tp tako up atjj
carry on Uio work of tho tired, wort I
out stomachs. Thoy aro natural aadi
easy in tholr work and causo no diil
turbnuco In tho dlgwilvo organs. Thejl
contain all tho essential olomenli
that mako up tho gastric juico ui
other dlgostlvo fluids and will digest
any food that a strong, healthy stoa
ach will, and do It In tho snmo tlmi
and In tho samo way. Thoy wort
Indopondontly of surrounding condt
tlons and tho fact that tho stomact
Is weak or diseased does not Infti
onco them at all in their useful art
offoctlvo work. Thoy vlll dlcost fool
Just as well in a glasB Jar or bottle
as they will In a stomach. You cu
seo that for yourself by putting on
of thorn Into a Jar with a squaro mi
and somo water to onablo it to wort.
Stuart's Dyspopsla Tablost, by thu
rollovlng the stomach of its work, ca
able thnt organ to rest and rocuper
Mr. Smith had mndo tho ombnrrnss-
ing mistake of nildnwslnp ti.n n,.,.n.
cation for pension to the insurance nt nnd r0Rtt,n lts hoalth nnd atrongui
olllce and tho Iottor about tho policy Tho Iir0C08S ,s Perfectly natural and
to Washington. Hnd ho not done vMa' Naturo w,n hoaI tho 8toraacl1
this his deception would probably J"8t a8 sll hoaIs a wou,1(1 r urokM
never have been discovert ' llmb' lt sho la not Intorfered with
As n lesult, Mr. Smith will rorniv!nnd la Pormlttod to do hor work li
neither the pension nor the policy.
Early Work on the Canal."
A Washington dispatch In another
column gives tho Information that
the commencement work op Tho
Dnlles-Celllo, or its completion aftor
wonc nas bogun, doos not dopond
upon future action by congress, since
this Improvement Is to bo nroseoni,i
under tho continuing contract rystem
the four million dollar appropriations
to bo mndo from time to time but
will bo provided for In tho sundry
civil bill ns tho funds aro needed.
Thus it ulii i,o .. ..,.! ..
"u ' mai tnero are
no longor any impediments In tho
. i uie nopea-for canal except
her own way. All lntorforonce is pro
vented by Stuart's Dyspopsla Tabloti.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablots aro fo;
nle by druggists evorywhoro at M
cents a box and If you aro afflicted
with dsspopsia, ono box will maka
you fool fifty times hotter. You will
forgot you havo a stomach and re
Jolco In the forgotfulness. No druj
gist would bo so shortsighted as to
to to get along without Stuart's Vjt
pepsla Tablets, for thoy aro so pop
Inr and are so woll known lor tho
good thoy havo dono and tho happl
noes thoy havo caused that any drug
fiist caught without them would lose
l the confldonco of his customors and
ibe regarded as bolow tho standard
seeming of the rlaht of -nv nn.i ..... "u D8'noss would suffer as a re-
hnvlng been provided for by' tho state ;SUlt and hU pntrons W0W R to other
of Oregon there should be but little toro8 aml ' thIr othor drugs there
delay in the beginning of active oner " as thftlr Stuart's Dyspepil
i'-vldently the engineers do-
hat the right of way will be secured
y the state, since nlnna nrn ,.,
Perfected for overcoming the obsta
cles to navigation between the Dig
Kdily and the lower ts.rn.in... .u.
1'ro.Kd canal. Bids will Z ZT' a " coIorB
for doing this wnri, .. ""'m "uur AU klnds of
Huie WiDg Sang Co.
Fancy Dry Goods
Made up In a now lino of heavy
wrappers, all colors. White under-
hn.il.1 be let with n T!? g?d.3' 8llk8- ' and ladle,' fn
Oays for btastin, out the rock thl Tin B00d8' 8llk balkorchlefr.
channel of ,ha r,ver In orZ Lt i, t T' NeW 1,no of wlnter ooit
may be finished before t 1 .t?i r 8"le clleaP' "0 Court street. 8
v - -itiuiiinr iHin r
,vu" "-" ornor or alloy.
The rvtdon Hitfb n.,jc.. v.."
-"! is is lines mi ish v wiiii n -
w- I. oe of wondo. Whe.t h.IWaMWSaJR,-7:
A '"----" .iwrwT'
.in t m,.
i -'liit ibst iu-t
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"- wsi.. bm tiso oa0 wb
-"" mmo fur the mui ,,r!.
'"'".ill Li uai,
"Portland d Return Only UJO."
The Southern lclc Is now m-,-Slew
for mo, g,,, fc- a..-.-.-
or Sunday. returnln auml.v ,. JT
IU' lltlns sli .- o....... '
, uwi ana Mt.
i 'i. m Jay in PortUm!
". air iiirki' i
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l n t til rr .,...
' 4.UWU awu. from Portland. .!7.
o n'ves i Portland peonle & rk-... . ... TT
thsu ley Mnt. M rtl rtuo.M rst
W Ut AN ,; V x
Nli- S i Man. II
i a Sat m m ,,v,, K
-L ,"""""' "' 1150 inllos
--.m. u. sioBiresu. Mtneml hh ...
Shales bU4 nah api,
Okl-. ... . "WWUI
--. u m! are ,)ile1 ...
hZT ""' "" T0 million
doUr. . ,w pj
or Ik-. al0Ml . tlJ -
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i' oe. n -lupp,.,! (n
iiifir nth i a't.H
l 11- lo Uia lndiuii.
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crolsan ... .vice-Pns
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n SAVINGS BANK
"epartment offe ospeelal In
lucmnts to thoe w)10 wi,h to
save monev Bflpt8ially who
can wve oniy tn ilna ftniountg
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west. Dj.poi.ita ol oue ilol'ar or
more received at any time. Pass
-. iui to each depositor.
Interwt credited on January 1
and July i
p Ok Uut Hiock CHAHT TAIL0 ; ;
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