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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON', TUESDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1000-
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
BY IIOFER 1JROS.,
Pusllshcrs and Proprietors.
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'JJIE DEVELOPMENT OF SALES!
Abovo all othor Interests thoro
stand out the necessity for tho gon
crnl development of the Capital City.
It Is far more Important than per
All know what a struggle It has
taken to ovon Includo the city itself
WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS.
Tho now cliartor Is stfll holng
fought In tho courts nearly four
years after Its adoption.
All recall what an effort It has
taken to ovon got tho population of
tho city correctly roportcd In the
railroad tlmo tables. Wo nro still
known as a city of only GOOO people.
Tho construction of better strcots
lias boon a hard llcht from the start,
"but A GOOI START HAS I1EEN
MADE, and tho development of tho
city along right lines Is Impossible
without bottor strcots.
Tho bnttlo for bottor sidewalks
nnd crosswalks has been won. It Is
now ncceptod that property owners
must build concreto or wooden
vulks ns fust ns ordered by tho city
About flvo miles of now sidewalk's
Itavo boon ordorcd built by tho coun--cll,
nnd tluoo now mall cnrrlers are
to bo glvon tho city, ono for each
now wnrd. Tho now wards especial
ly need MORE WALKS AND MORE
Tho now wards of tho city have
not received at the hnnds of tho city
council tho attcmtlon thoy desorvo.
Beyond n few crons walks and a few
oloctrla llehtn what have tho now
wards to show for tho taxes thoy
liavo paid 7
In tho city budgot for tho coming
pour provision must bo mado for tho
now wards. Tlioy are Improving rup
Idly. Tho city will have more rev
enues. Improvement of tho now
winds Is tho key to tho rapid growth
An electric line or a steam rail
road to Dalla3 would bring AS IM
MENSE VOLUME OF TRADE to Sa
lem, and It would constantly In
crease. These lines will bring In raw ma
terials to be manufactured here, will
take out the products of Salem In
dustries and distribute them over a
wider area. Our bakeries, confec
tioneries, breweries, canneries, meat
markets, laundries, printing offlces,
barbers and newspapers will all havo
A LAROER FIELD OF OPERA
This Is an age when the people
nro moving about. Moving popula
tion In largo numbers makes busi
ness for everybody. inni is ino
secret of the success and popularity
of electric lines.
HEDGES DID RIGHT.
In returning a railroad pas3 Sen
ator Hedges did right. Tho people
will bo glad to see more gentlemen
doing less free travollng so soon
nftor thoy get elected to tho legisla
Editor Davey of tho Statesman has
NOTHING RUT CONDEMNATION
for Senator Hedges for returning
tho bluo pasteboard to tho railroad
and ovon accuses him of being after
bigger grafts as follews:
Senator Hedges, tho Demo
cratic senntor from Clackamas
county, by tho bluff and blustor
with which ho has advertised
himself as returning a railroad
pass, hns wrltton himself down
n much smnllor man than wo
had estimated htm, Mon with
big grafts to promoto will bo
now looking for Mr. Hedges.
It happens that Mr. Hedges Is one
of a law firm that has tho legal busi
ness of Bovoral largo corporations
like tho Oregon City paper mills and
tho Spnuldlng Logging company to
Thoso manufacturing concerns
hnvo many Interests In direct con
flict with tho railroads, ns car short
ago, freight rates, and ovon litiga
tion. HOW COULD THEIR LEGAL
REPRESENTATIVE TAKE FAVORS
of tho railroads and yet bo loyal to
To say nothing about his constitu
ents, nnd what platform promises
he tnado thorn to sccuro his election,
Mr. Hedges cannot In Justice to his
clients tuko favors of that kind.
If Mr. Davoy's platform promises
woro closely examined ho might bo
found to hnvo got his election on an
anti-pass busts. Of course, no ono
will uccuso him of holng Influenced
by ho small a thins: ns a railroad
about tho worst piece of works ever
done In .that line In a Western Btate.
Tho Oregonlan Salem editor on
Monday admits that districts were
created to make places for cast-off
Tho shoe-string representative and
senatorial district reaching from the
Columbia river, including Wasco
county to the California line, was A
Tho way tho state has been dis
tricted tho past ten years was a de
liberate disfranchisement of the mi
nority parties, a disgraceful game.
Under that gerrymander wo have
this year a Bo-called, house of repre
sentatives with but A SINGLE MEM
BER of tho opposition party In it.
That Is representation with a ven
geance, and the gerrymander alone
Is responsible for it. Counties nat
urally Democratic are all blotted
Every fair-minded man who has
studied tho situation in Oregon
knowB THE REPUBLICAN PAITY
HAS NOT BEEN HELPED by these
methods, nor tho people benefitted.
But tho machine Is preparing to
ropeat tho outrage of politically
manipulating themselves Into office
again for another ten years.
King Alfonso Is to appear Jn kilts.
Well, anything Is an Improvement on
the style ho discarded- Tho Cuban.
The cement In the school house
basement Is not the kind to cement
Tho weather? Well, It Is made In
Oregon and nowhere el3e. It has
Seattle has purchased a mastodon
for her big fair. It has been dead
some thousands of years, but It Is
still a lively competitor with the
packing house products.
An enthusiastic Portlander yester
day remarked to the horso editer:
"Portland skins anything In the
Northwest." and the horso editor
heaved a sigh, and added: "Every
Sold On Merh
Pure Cream Tartar
. r and
(Pure Bicarbonate Soda
SOLD on MERIT:
hi.. . n
IfeftTw: nnWllf B
siMuiuj rvnj; t a evj. r .
S J . JT, X UlgGl L VU. ia Frtai,
PUSH Till! ELECTRIC LINKS.
Tho city of HiiKmu should loso no
tlmo in securing thu extension of
electric Hues Ily so doing It will
help open up and awnkou the wholo
Look at tho IiiihIiios growing out
of tho now electric Hue building
from Snlum north. THOUSANDS OF
DOLIiAHH nro being spout each week
for labor nnd provisions, for piling
and ties. Money is circulated with
Fiom another standpoint an elec
tric lino promotes tho values of prop
erty along tho lino and of routs lu
thu city and lucronsos thu profits of
Saturday night carloads of labor
ing men were brought to this city to
upend their money. Every school
day a carload of school children
comes up lu tho morning nnd goos
back nt night, helping EVERY EDU.
CATIONAL INSTITUTION IN THE
Tho sumo results will flow to tho
country and to tho city from thu pro
posed extension to Mohunui that
cornea from tho Chuumwn oxtouslon.
All tho towns In thu Suuttam coim
try will tiu built up and every Indus
try nnd enterprise lu tho Capital
City Mill be beuoiltted.
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CO-OPEHATK WITH THE GOVER.
What ago do you expect tu
iyhvIi (10 or 70 or HO?
If you Itvo that Iohjj, (hero nro
likely lo bo kouio )w-h at the lat
ter eml uhc'H you will not k able
lo earn a IIvIiik for yourself and
A HtfiU'N prtwluctlu) powers arc
CHtlMlICll, HH(I IINIUMly CCMhO I'll
Mtvly With old age. This make
liim tkmlcHt for support upon
ttW frifiitU or the Male, uiiIcmi ho
has MtvtHt mIiIIo youuKer,
Itt'jflH to Me Hftw during the
pmlttvtlvt) years of jrtmr life,
OfH'H A MIVlMJ! HCCOHHt MHtl lle-
jpotflt tvKularly a part f your
i'rHlHK which Mill ket) you Riid
your in Ul mho.
Tho Marlon county court has do
cldod to go out over tho road built
with convict labor, and to accept tho
governor's offor to extend It.
Tho couvlct-bullt roads should be
extended, and they should bo pushed
not only to Turner, but to Mnrlqn,
Jefferson, Albany and Mohamn.
The spirit of co-opecntlou should
tnko the place of THE SPIRIT OF
KNOCKING and seeking petty polit
ical advantage for partisan purposes.
Tho people want convlct-bullt
roaila oxtonded. Tho cry that It
will benefit Marlon county more than
other counties Is narrow bigotry,
Marlon county happens to havo
tho state capital, Couvlct-bullt
roads must start somewhere.' BUT
THEY SHOULD EXTEND BEYOND
Tho governor's offer to extend tho
convlct-bullt road to Tumor should
bo promptly accepted, and tho work
started going at once.
Tho good roads that havo been
built at great espouse should bo
cared for by Marlon county, and
kept lu perfect ropnlr,
THE OREGON GERRYMANDER.
Thu attention ot tho Oregqn ma
chine Is now directed to tho possi
bility of ro-dlstrlcttng tho stnto Into
senatorial nnd legislative districts.
Tho gorrymuuder of ten years ago
CANNOT BE REPEATED.. It was
PUSH THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
The public scliools aro tho people's
college. Tho full twelve-grade Sa
lom schools, with a four-yoar high
school, are tho best in tho state.
Evory friend of tho free school
will bo glad to soo that tho attend
ance Is Increasing at a rapid rate.
Tho gain tho past weok In tho six
schools was 152 PUPILS.
Tho North school made tho ban
ner Increaso for tho weok of 48. The
Park school came next with 41, and
thoro was A FINE GAIN IN ALL OF
City Superintendent Powers nnd
tho principals of tho ward schools
aro giving this matter personal at
tention, nnd enrollment tho first
month should bo tho lnrgcst In tho
history of Salem.
Evory teacher can, by Inquiring
Into tho whereabouts of children,
Increase' the atetndnuco In each
room, AND FILL UP THE CLASS
ES. With a compulsory education lnw,
with freo text-books for all who can
not afford to buy thorn, nil tho chll
droh should bo In school.
It. all will mako tho effort this
weok Will show ANOTHER BIG
GAIN IN ATTENDANCE. The
schools nro freo to nil betweon tho,
ago of six and twonty-onfc.
Danger front the Plague.
Thoro's grnvo danger from tho
plnguo of Coughs and Colds thnt nro
so provalont, unless you tnko Dr.
King's Now DIscovory for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds. Mrs. Wnlls
ot Forest City, writes: "It's a God
send to peoplo living In cllmatos
whoro coughs nnd colds provnll. I
flno It quickly ends them. It prevents
pnoumonln, cures lagrlppo, gives
wondorful rollof In nstlima and hay
fever, and makes weak lungs strong
enough to wnrd off consumption,
coughs nnd colds. 50c and $1.00.
Guniuntcod by J, C. Perry's drug
store. Trial bottle free.
Constable Amos Beach brought
John Moo and Charles Mnckey up
from Woodburn last night and
turned them over to tho custody of
Sheriff Culver. Tho boys, neither
ono ot whom Is 17 years of ago,
plead guilty to having stolen chick
ous, and tho Woodburn Judgo im
posed a fine' of $10 up each, Tho
chicken eaters say they aro from Se
attle, and will servo live days In tho
Nothing doing at tho Grand
Opera House last week, but two fine
performances this week. "Check
ers," tho racing play, and "The
Maid and tho Mummy," a fascinat
ing light opera. Manngor Meredith
is entitled to credit for bringing
such up-to-dato attractions, and
they should havo large houses. Street
car servlco has been secured so that
no one need to fear to go on account
of not being nble to get home.
This October Indian summer Is
flno enough for any horseless In
dian. Tho tlmo hns come for digging tho
spuds and making that krout. ,
Wo cannot se owhy Rov. Errett
did not mnko Christians of all of us
whllo ho was about It. Ho holds tho
record ot good works of any Salem
Tho Journal has secured n fine
cartoon servlco, that Is to' begin
Tho Oregon Republican politicians
havo dono some things to bo ashamed
of, but not ono of them has ever
taken such a tumblo as Senntor Piatt
of Now York.
If ono of tho now wards of tho
city should accidentally get back a
little money It hns paid Into tho city
treasury thcro would bo a mass
meeting held, nnd thanks rendered
to the city council.
H. R. Ryan now has a hull of his
own Commercial hall and the so
cialists cannot bo shut out from
holding public meetings any longer.
Tho surprising growth of socialism
among tho womon ot Salem Is the
talk of tho hour. About as many ot
thorn attended tho meeting lust night
We have all the latest styles in Hats at
prices within the reach of all. Largest
assortment of hats to choose from in
Our workmanship is the best and is
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
ROSTEIN & GREENBAIM
298-300 Commercial St.
Is what the people want, and A. L. HARVEY
Knows that want. His grocery lino Is always complete, and hel
doesn't handle any other. His vegetables aro first-class.
A.1 L. HaWey, C"J
Results from chronic constipation,
which Is quickly cured by Dr. King's
Now Llfo Pills. They romove all
polsonlous conns from the systoni
and Infuse now llfo and vigor; cure
sour stomach, nausea, headache, diz
ziness nnd colic, without griping or
discomfort. 25c. Guranteed by J.
C. Perry's drugstore.
A Great Wool State.
According to tho data gathered
by tho stato bureau of labor and sta
tistics Oregon stands firth nmong tho
wool producing stntos of tho Union,
Tho output being approximately 20,
000,000 pounds. It appears that tho
Shrinkage of eostorn Oregon wool Is
C per cont whllo that of tho WIN
Inmetto valley shrinks from 49 to GO
Tho eastern Oregon wool,
Cures Chills and Fever.
Q. W. Wirt, Nncogdochos. Texas. lor cont.
saya; "Ills daughter has chills and howovor, when scoured Is worth 10
fovor for throo years; ho could not conta n lomfd more, tho coarser the
find anything that would help her wol tho lca ho shrinkage.
till ho used Horblno. Ills wlfo will r-7g-
not keon linnon without It. nml rnn. " r 5?. ?y A
uot any too much for It." 50c.
ooiu uy u. j. rrys urug store. tf WcaVr &6sjrjJt
Wonderful CHINESE DOCTOR
TVH1 treat you with Oriental herbi
and cure any disease without operation
Dr. Kum is known everywhere In
Salem, and has cured many prominent
poople here. He has lived in Salem
for 20 yeras, and can be trusted. He
uses many medicines unknown to white
doctors, and with them can cure
catarrh, asthma, lung troubles, rheu
matism, stomach, liver, imd kidney dis
eases. Dr. Kum makes a specialty of dropsy
and female troubles. His remediei
euro private diseases when everything
else fails. Ho has hundreds of testi
monials, and gives consultation free.
Prices for medicines very moderate.
Persons in the country can write for
blank. Send stamp.
If you want soma extra fine tea, get
it from us.
DE. KUM BOW WO 00.,
107 South High itreot, Salem, Oregon.
Opposite Hotel Salem. P. O. Box 185.
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SALEM GUN STORE
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WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR THE HUNTER AND SPORTSMAN
WITCH Kl,K HUNTING
Ij. O, SMITH SHOTGUNS
feuWe SlhU awl n cwwplcto Uho of Marblo Good. ltHfcs f every' tHml make. Klnj: Sl-hts ami Tvutau cii ,
KHm. Ghh Oram wl GH OH. Yew atv alnaj. h1cohm at Salcw' OM KellW Gn store. " 8 Hlllt's aad Shot'
A good eight room house, barn i
lot on Water street; one MwM
from Marlon square; hot and
water: bnth and closet in now
Good flvo room house, near Ttf
Park .. W
Four room house on Twentieth
Four room house on TwentT-lW
nnd Bellevlew J'"1
Flno five-acre tract, house barn i
orchard etc W'
Fine ten aero tract, house, barn a
orchard, etc "
Ten-acres, new land, two acres tint
ed, two log houses, fenced;
miles out. to trado for torn pr
erty, or for salo cheap for, "
Hmisps fnr ront. stock for Sol. "
and accident policies, fire aad i
Insurance, notary work, w
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