Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 12, 1906, Page 2, Image 2

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    DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1000.
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YOU NEED AN UMBRELLA
WE HAVE THEM FOR SALE
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Wc have a large stock of high grade umbrellas
and of the very latest patterns, the prices ranging from
$1.00 up, and hundreds to select from.
I G. W. Johnson & Co.
DAILY CAPITAL JODRHAL
BY HOFEIt imos.,
1'iisllHlierH nml Proprietors.
W& 3
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
By Mall.
Dally Journal, ono month .... 3Gc
Dally Journal, throo months . .11.00
Dally Journal, ono yoar 4.00
Wookly Journal, ono year .... 1.00
By Cnrrlcr.
Dally Journal, ior month .... DOc
SENATOR
nr:iKii:s
PAHS.
AND II IH
consistent thnn his critics'. If ho Is
not, lot thorn show why.
Tho people, by nn onormous vote,
adopted a hill under tho roforondum
to nhollBh pobsos. Prohnbly both
Ooor nml Davoy voted for It, but they
roast n senator WHO CARRIES
THAT DECLARATION INTO EF
FECT. Lot us not bo captious, but lot us
UPHOLD ANY MAN WHO TAKES
A STEP IN Till: ItlOIIT RIREC
TION. Too ninny nro walking tho
other wny. Lot us uphold public of
ficials who nro trying to do right, no
matter In what party wo find thorn.
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THEY KNOW SO MUCH.
Editor Davoy, .of tho Snlotn Stutos
riiuu contlnuo'i to hntumer Sonntor
Hedges, of CliickiuiuiH county, (or
rottirnlng an nnuunl pasH to n rull
road company.
Ho roprlntH his flrnt criticism of
Hodges, heading It "SHLF-ACCUHA-TION,"
nud lntlmntlug that ho Is
after bigger bribes,
Dnvey Is Hiistuluod In this vlow by
tin editorial endorsement from T. T.
Ooor, of tho Pendleton Trlbuno to
tho olTect that IICIHHCH IS OK
SMALL OALIItlti: It liu cannot tntHt
himself not to bo lulluencud by u
puss.
Aitlilo from Ills duties to his con
Htltuontu, nud his platform pioiuIhos,
Senator Hedges Is ono of thu law
llnu that ropreuouts other largo cor
porations, like -tlio Wlllametto Pulp
and Paper Mills, tlid Spauldlng Log
ging Co., uud others.
Wo hnvu polntod out to our
friends, Dnvey and Uuur, that Mr.
Iodgon could not consistently take
favors from a railroad corporation,
when his clients have diverse Inter
ests IN DIRECT CONFLICT WITH
THAT COMPANY.
For 80IUO ionium they overlooked
that point In Mr. Hedges' behalf ami
iniwiiu nun an uiiuntti u uuiiuiiltllu
and man unlit to be a sunntor.
Wo have not u ropy before us of
tho platform formulated by tho Re
publican Htato committee, hut our
rocollectlon la that IT CONTAINED
A DECLARATION AHAINKT RAIL
ItOAD PASSES.. Wo nro certain tho
Demoerutlo state platform hud such
u declaration.
Davoy wtu elected upon that plat
form, and Ueer campaigned for It,
ami why should they now roast u
man who Hooks to live up to prin
ciples which they endorsed before
election? Senator Hedges Is more
SAFETY
NO WORRY'
NO TROUBLE
ALWAYS
AVAILABLE
THESE AUK SOME OP THE
ADVANTAOICS OF INVESTING
MONEY IN A SAVINOS DANK
ACCOUNT.
IT 1'AVH A LAHGKIl HKTUUN
THAN GOVERNMENT BONDS.
YOU CAN INVEST AS LITTLE
Oil AS MUCH AS VOW PLEASE,
AND JXft 8UCII TIME AS YOU
WISH. ' 4 .. .
Another Portland paper has dis
posed of tho otllco of collector of
customs, and ndds that "Col Hofor
was never In It for a mluuto."
Thon why not glvo Col. Hofor u
rest? Tho Portland paper roferred
to linn helped folBt upon this stnto A
.lOlI LOT OF FEDEHAL OFFICIALS
FOU THE PAST TEN YEAHS, near
ly nil of whom hava boon Indicted
or convicted, or removed from ofllco
for high crimes and mlsdomennorR.
Tho pooplo of Oregon nml tho Eo
publlcnn party especially has no
causo to thank tho all-wise Portland
paper for anything but defeat, de
moralization, dlHgrnco and dishonor
ut homo nud abroad.
In six yenrs past this sumo Port
laud papor that so glibly dlsposos of
aspirants has been the main causo of
DEFEATING THE REPUBLICAN
candidate for governor twice, nud
lost to tho Republican party about
ALL THE OTIIEIt HIGH OFFICERS
In Portland.
A candidate who has never stolon
land, or boodled public funds, or hi
any way GOT HIMSELF INTO THE
INDKTAIILE CLASS could not ox
pect "to bo In It for u mlnuto" with
the ubnve strlpo of Republican jour
nalism, that lias expended all Its suc
cessful energies whooping up oorrup
tloutsts. The editor of tho Capital Journal
was oiiqo compelled, out of solf-re-
Hpeet, to bolt n rank Republican ma
chine In Oregon, and after those
lenders wore till CONVICTED Oil
HAD LEFT THE STATE, ho ro-
RUiued his place In tho Ropubllcnn
parly.
Insistence upon tho appointment
of any of tho Orogou political ring
that Is undor general condemnation
In tho eyes of tho President and his
cabinet would Justify tiny decent self
respecting Republican lu a similar
lino of action.
Statue News
Tho annual teachers' Institute for
Wasco county was held at The Dalles
Thursday.
A. Hendricks, of Portland, was
robbed of $70 Wednesday night by
two masked men.
Mls3 Myrtle M. Cross, a prominent
young woman of Oregon City, died
nt that place Wednesday.
John Moo and Charles Mackey,
both of Woodburn, were arrested at
that placo Monday night for stealing
chickens from Albert Armes.
A patty of 10 Albany people have
gone to Redding, Cal., to take up
timber claims In tho white pine lands
of that part of California.
Will Hall, of Durkee, n prominent
young rancher of that placo, Is on
trial in tho circuit court of Baker
county, charged with assisting Lloyd
Hlndmnn and Harvey Meldrum with
stealing horses.
Edward Smldt, of Aurora, was
found dead on his plnce a few miles
out of Aurora Thursday. A shot
through tho head nnd n partially
emptied revolver beside him told the
talc. Orlef ovor his wife's death
was tho cause.
Dr. Roy Fuller, who claims to bo a
graduate of a St. Louis medical
college, and who hn3 been practic
ing In Eaglo Valley, Eastern Oregon,
tho past year, was arrested Tuesday
on tho charge of practicing medicine
without a llcenso from the state of
Oregon.
Tho Lebanon Paper Company was
Wednesday enjoined from using tho
Snntlam canal for any purposo, other
than for motlvo power, at Its big
mills nt Lebanon. For soma tlmo
past tho company has been floating
cordwood down tho cnnal from tho
South Snntlam, and tho Wlllametto
Volloy Company, who has caused tho
ordor to bo made, say that this caus
es bark and particles of wood to
como down tho canal to Albany, and
clogs up tholr machinery.
FOOT
BALL
GOSSIP
Willamitte Corvallfs Albany
and other Teams in
the Alto up
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Savlegs, Dtfuurtawat
CaiiNfttkMitBalc
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Wwik, Nervous People.
Wo have received lottera from till
parts ot tho U, S. highly recommend
ing Dr. Gunn'a Ulood & Nerve Tonic,
until tho faith wo had In tho remedy
has boon fully sustained. Wo had
confidence from tho very beginning
that this inedlcino should make
euros, but, lacked that assurance
that comes after many successful
trials. Now that wo have been up
hold In our holler wo want to Im
part to others our confidence. Ner
vous, taml unsteady people, weak,
lloahlt'ss people, pimply, pnlo, or
sallow people ar all victims of
weak, wn.t cry blood. Make new,
rich blood, to bo forced through tho
system by tho way of tho. nrterlw,
ami ilWoasq cannot remain. This
Tonlo, cures disease by Riving you
strongt.li to resist It. All druggists
sell It for 75c per box, or 3 boxes
far $2. The, tablet are taken after
each meal, TJioy turn the food you
cat hito rich red blood, Persons
who take this Tonlo Kiln la good
solid flesh front 1 to 3 pouads pr
wwlc, !
Turn Your Face
Into Dollars
Many a Man Has Fulled It Clause His
Faco Was n Picture of Calamity
It tnkes sunshlno to produco a
rose, a porfect roso. And so man,
to bo successful, must lmvo sunshlm
Inside. Tho llfo which hns It not,
which has no health and no happi
ness, Is sour, surly, pessimistic, and
a failure Tho world already has
too ninny vlnegnr faces that brontho
Ill-will and strife. Tho world wnnts
Joy, comfort, sunshlno and will
cling to tho nmn who has it, who
rail hit os gladness and triumph
whorover ho Is and undor all clrcum
RtanccB. Somo people lmvo a gonitis for
seeking out tho disagreeable, the
crooked, tho bad nnd tho ugly. Theso
nro tho dostroyors; they travel In
schools, they herd togothor for they
lovo their kind, and tho cheortul
part of tho world will havo nothing
to do with thorn.
And why Is It that so mnny peddle
disaster knowing at the samo time
that If they do, tholr lives will bo
ruluod? Somo people ennnot holp
It, for pessimism usually comes from
bodily disorders, nnd this ennnot al
ways bo proventod. Tho Btomnch,
for Instnnco, Is tho most common
causo of discontent, sour faco, reck
lessness, disgust nnd lack of ambi
tion. A bad stomach thero is tho
secrot of many a failure. Anyono
can havo a good stomach, a strong
stomach, n stomach that can tako
care of anything and everything that
Is put Into it, no mntter whether It
Is n very bail stomach now or not
Thon why not havo It?
Stuart's Dyspoposla Tablets do
this very thing. Ono Ingredlont of
theso lltlo tnblots digests 3000
grnlju of food, and no matter how
bad Is your dyspopsla or Indigestion,
theso tublets will digest everything
In your stomach, thoroughly ntnl
completely, and bettor and quicker
thnn a hoalthy stomach can do tho
same thing. Snarl's Dyspepsia Tab
lots will cure quickly loss of nppo
ttto, brash, Irritation, burning sen
sations, nausea, heartburn, eructa
tions, loss ot vim and spirit, bad
memory, and dyspepsia and indiges
tion in their very worst forms,
No other little tablets lu the world
can do bo much, You should carry
Stuart's Dyspopsla Tablets around
with you whorover you. go and tako
them nftor meals. Thon only ul
you realise what It Is to enjoy a
meal, and what perfect digestion
weans. Your whole body and your
mind will feel tho effects; your vim
will Increase, you will bo moro satis
fied with what tho world does, you
will think happier and bo happier
and your faco wilt bo ono of su-
provo contentment That will
bring you success and then more
aitcces. Your face will bring you
dollars. Try It. It will cost you
Just 50c for a. package of tkew we
derfttl Stuart's Dyspasia, Tablets,
nt any dm Xitt o artk.
Football stock at tho University
Is going up, and while the enthusi
asm is not so pronounced as in
former years, It augurs well for a
sucessful season. The men each
evening havo been put through n
light practice, consisting of passing
tho ball, tackling the runner, run
ning down punts and tho practicing
of tho new forward pass. Coach
Boyer nnd Captain Rader are direct
ing tllo work of the squad and the
past two days have seen a noticeable
Interest among the players. The
rooters, too, havo cheered up to no
small extent at the arrival of sev
eral warlors from tho North. Reed,
who played guard on the Pullman
team last season, will provo a tower
of strength, as also will Russel, who
for two years has starred for Idaho
and who last year was considered
ono of the crack footballlsts on the
const. It is at tho half back posi
tion that Russel does spectacular as
woll ns conBlstont work. With
"Racohorso" Nace and Rador and
Russol for a back field you have a
trio that has speed and that makes
a formidable combination. However,
Bomo of those men may bo shifted
at other positions. Then "Mustnrd"
Colcmnn is to be reckoned with.
Last year ho was a llttlo now at the
business, but this year tho fans are
looking upon him as a player of
which tho wenrora of tho cardinal
and gold will bo proud. Some
would llko to seo him play at quar
ter, but In which position ho will
bo seon, yot remains undetermined.
A sign of encouragement Is that
Wlllametto hns several men that are
not victims to stngo fright an all
mont that has caused many a' well
trained team to go down to defeat
burled by largo scores, ' and con
quered by a much weaker aggrega
tion. Thoro is plenty of tho old stock
of last year's vlntago Marker,
Lounsbury nnd Nelson, nro good
clear headed players. Among tho
now mon nre: Phil Stovor of Sun
nysido; Bellknnp, who played full
on tho second tenm; Stelwer; Fisher,
McKnlght, and several others nro to
bo hoard from. Owens, n clover
Multnomah player Is expected to
matrlculnlo nnd to Join tho squad
militant.
Naturally thero is much regret ex
pressed nt tho decision of some of
last yenr'B players not to play.
As n wholo tho season opens hero
with prospects of roseato hues.
Horo follows tho schedule ns ar
ranged: Wlllametto will meet Whitman
Colloga of Wnlla Walla, Wash.. Oc-
lonor t: university of Oregon at
Eugene Novombor 3;' University of
Washington nt Sonttlo November 10;
Multnomah In Portland November
17; O. A. C. nt Snlom. Novombor
29.
Football oiithuslnsts are looking
eagerly toward tho plains of Benton
county whore Saturday will bo pulled
off ono of tho grout contests of tho
year, Ono that will show tho
strength of tho aggregation at tho
Oregon Agricultural college which Is
always a fuvorlto among thoso
versed In football loro. Tho Albany
Athletic club has organized a team
thnt will try conclusion with tho
husky farmors. Contes, tho well
known nthjoto, Is coaching tho Al
banians, and whllo his mon will bo
considerably lighter than tho Agrlcs
lltoy oxpect to win by excellent team
work and by Coatos' clover booting
of tho pig skin. Tho Corvallls Times
thus sixes up tho representatives ot
Its homo Institutien:
"Tho porsonnol of tho O. A. C.
tonm that U to play a gamo of foot
ball with an Albany team on collego
field nust Saturday has not been an
nounced by Coach Norcross. It will
not be of entirely green material.
Noarly all of tho mon havo had ox-
perlonco at tho gamo. Bennett, tho
man almost suro to play center, has
had but little experience, but ho is
a crack wrestler, which makes hint
valuable. For right guard Ponder
grast aud Smith nro tho candidates.
Smith Is a 212-pound freshman
from Burns and is playing for the
first time. The loft guard is Cherry
and left tacklo Finn, both ot last
year's team. Right tacklo is Barber,
a Baker City hid ot some experience,
Lett end Is Shannon, ex-captain of
the Forest Clrovo tea,ui, and right
end Dobbin, an experienced player
from Union. Tho halfbacks ar
Darby and Looney, the Utter a JeN
froa boy. Tke fullback U Wolfe,
frail
Uiem STOMACH
Hostetter's Stomach Bitter
is me uesc .ucuicino iou unn Take.
TO RESTORE THE APPETITE
TO SWEETEN THE STOMACH
TO PREVENT SOUR RISINGS.'
TO STIMULATE THE LIVEIl
' TO RELIEVE THE KIDXEYS.
These are all danger signals of a more serlon
".",.,. ',.:: :,::.. " ".l"Ke
uy ueiaj i""c K--i a uome of Itin I
aKMiiiim jjii.v.1. wio i.-ij uuj- ana see for v J
sou now muca goou tc win ao you. it u .t 1
oiuu lu.i.vuj iu iMuvuiii uuu cure
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Cramps, RU.
iotisncss, Costlvcness, Headache
Heartburn, Insomnia, Female Ills'
Colds, Chills' or Mnlnrla Fever and
Ague.
. ..iiiu ueiiuiiiL- is sum oniy m Dottles like li I
LI ilLllJll. tlllll llilfl IJIII IIlIIIIi 11111111 ia 11
' u,tl me Bed 1
AIR TIGHT HEATING STOd
WE HAVE A LARGE SUPPLY OF AIR-TIGHT HEATING STOTQl
iv ht.t. ci'ivc ivr I'lT" mr cuitivn mimi, .
l nuu ai'iui, .i ..-. .; uiauUU,u Allli.u AX UUE.VTIrt l&M
DUCEI) PRICES.'
J. N. SHAINTZ & CO.
who played the same position last
year on tho Hill Military Academy
team and is an excellent man. The
likely man for quarterback is Gag
non from tho Roseburg high school
team."
uenrcr nml Klo Grande Rniln
Denver, Colo., Oct. 12. The ma.
ngement hns now definitely decli
that when the present narrow gau:
stock is worn out on the Denver
Rio Grande rond, the standard gac,
will be adopted. It i3 also contesl
plated to tunnel Marshall Pass jcil
Cairo hill and mnko this route i
tnrougu one to salt iaKe, ign
thus cutting off some thirty nQ
of the distance.
KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL.
Health is Worth Saving and Some
Salem Pooplo Know How
to Savo It.
: ' I A Young Mother nt 70.
Mnnv Salem nconlo tako thnir liv, ' "W rao.ther has suddenljr tfr
in their hands bv neglecting tho kidw,mado young at 70, Twenty yean c
nnv -hnn hv- "nnm ti,OQ ,.. .i Intense suffering from dyspepsia hi
help. Sick kidneys are responsible for ' enrely disabled her. until 6 mud
a vat amount of sufforinir and 111. . a. wen 8" ueBn lUKlne biwr
health, but thoro is no need to suffer I Bitters, which havo completely tl
nor to remain in danger when all dis- ed her antI restrea strengtD
eases and aches and nains duo to weak activity sue nan in tno primo ot i
kiduovs can bo ouicklv nnd nermanent. wr,tea Mrs- w- L- Gllpatrick, of Da
u- enroll iiv ! n.n nf Tinnt. T.-i.i.. forth, Me. Greatest restoratii
vu. Horn I. ft, cfnfn,nf nt o Go. medicine on tho globe. Sets ston
lem citizen who has reclaimed cjod acll IIver. nnd kidneys right, pi:
health bv tho uso of this romrxlv flea the blood, and cures malaria, ll
v. Prnti nrnnrfotn. nt ti, t?,i vi.t. lousness and weakness. Wonderh
. .... J-. ..vw w. tuc Ml XtUUi,
Liverv Stniiio "ns p,nnf a Bni nerve tonic. Prico 50c. Guaranti
Oregon, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills b' J- c- Perry's drug store,
their vnluo deserves to be known to all
in need of a romedv for backache or
kidney trouble I had suffered from a
deranged stato of tho kidneys and
heavy aching through my back and
'oins, when 1 went to Dr. Stono's drug'
store for a supply of Doan's Kidney
Pills I received prompt and effective
relief almost from tho first dose and
in a short time I was in such good con
dition that I didn't feel any further
neco lty to nso them or anv such rem
edy of the hind." " '
Try a Roll of
Hazelwood
Butter
For sale by nil dealers. Price 50
cents. Fostor-Milburn Co., Buffalo
New York, solo agents for tho United I
States.
Remember the nntue Doan's and
tako no other.
Tried to Rob n Bunk-.
Richmond, Oct. 12. -Robbers rodo
Into town early this morning, sur
rounded tho People's bank, nt Jack
son, nnd -exploded dynamite under
tho vaults, but failing to open them.
Dr. J. I. Trlplett opened fire on them
nnd kopt up a running fight with tho
thiovos, who escaped.
We aro tho only authorlied
agents of the Hazelwood butter
in Salem, and receive tho same
direct from the creametf.
Guaranteed strictly fresh.
The
Moir Grocery
Company
ISO Stnto St. Phone i
Tho Texas Wonder.
Cures all kidney, bladder and
rheumatic trouble; sold by all drug
gists, or two months' treatment by
mail for $1. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926
Ollvo street, St- Louis, Mo. Send
for testimonials. Sold by Stone's
drug stores. . dw-lvr
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TennevaHj Stato Fair.
Nnshvllle, Tonn., Oct. 12. The
Tennessoo stato fair, which will close
tomorrow night, has proved highly
successful. Cumberland park, where
the fair Is held. Is packed dally, per
sons from all corner of the stata
taking part in tho amusements. An
attractive Item In Professor Herman
ueilstedt and his famous band.
'sJL 5? fill
CASTOR I A
for laftats asd ChiUrM.
Tfc m Yh HiYf Alwiys Bgkt
9mn tk
tVORAtiurtef
Zff3&&
A MATTER OP ABSORBING
INTEREST
Llea behind that ot the "PP1
ThanlraiHvlne. and that is t
v .. .-. i tin
oer question, nanus
the sunnlr Is always uncertain
by ordering of hs before cold
inaiaii tu ua bs SttrA Of '
va . miia w are r
sWly Y kind of lubr yoa
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