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DAILY CAPI I- JOIHWW.. HALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY, OCTOHKK 13, 1000.
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YOU NEED AN UMBRELLA
WE HAVE THEM FOR SALE
HTANI) II V HAIiKM.
Of courso everybody In Salem na
woll as In every other town wants
to bo loyal to Its Institutions nnd
pntronlzo homo Industry. Salem 1h
not what would bo termed a manu
facturing town, yet Its Industries In
this lino nro growing stronger nnd
nro now much nioro In ovldonco than
over hoforo. Our larger manufac
turing establishments such as the
woolon mills, flouring mills and Bnw
mllls, liavo grown to such propor
tions that they hardly need appeal
to local patriotism. Hut thero are
not a few younger manufacturing
concorns springing up In 8alom
which nro growing from Binall be
ginnings that should not bo over
looked, or forgotten.
An effort wnn inndo laBt winter to
maintain a llrat cIbbs cannory In 8a
I cm, ami the organization of the fruit
growers nnd IiuhIiiobh men of this
city han taken on such proportions
nnd dono such n Inrgo business that
It might bo classed among the larger
H Is the Binall ones tho Infant In
tliistrlos that need our rtttontlon.
Every man, woman and child In Sa
lem is Intorostod In seeing the Sa
eom broom factory perpetuated, and
tho Salem soap factory, and tho Sn
Jom paint works. Wo should ull ubo
tho products of thcau concerns, In
order to help them along. Wo should
go out of our way to, do It.
Thero Is another concern growing
up In -our 'midst which somo day
In tho near future will ho pointed
to with prldo, and that Is tho Salem
box factory. 'Ihl season It has had
more business than It could handlo,
and as a result, tho company hns
l)oon Incorporated and Is making
plans to extend Its Hue of useful
ness. This llttlo factory has grown
from a ono-bouch, one-man Institu
tion, until It Is employing a dozen
people, and makes uho of modern
machinery with electrical power.
Tho Salem paint factory la also
getting on Its feet and furnishing
this community Its products In u sat
isfactory manner. Those two last
nnmud coitr-orim are capable of trans
''uctlug a great dual of business, which
.will bring monoy Into our commun
ity from abroad, and tho peoplu
should Ntunil bv tlioiu. Kvury man
who invested n Utile money in tho
Hnleni ennhory Is today ptnml of that
institution, and of tho fact that he
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.
G. W. Johnson & Co.
holpod put It on its- feet. This feel
ing will follow wherever other de
serving concerns aro helped, Our
by-word should bo "help homo in
dustries," and let us bo doors of tho
world, as woll as hearers.
Corncglo this morning presented
St. Andrews college, Scotland, fCO,
000, nnd this aftomoon tho president
of thnt collogo came out strong In
favor of Carnegie's "fonetlk" spoil
ing, Ho llkos It on a check.
It Is quite a natural co-lncldenco
that at tho hour "Tho-Maid and tho
Mummy" company reached Salem a
telegram from Now York comes to
Tho Journal saying all grades of "re
llned" sugar aro ton cents a hundred
cheaper. Tho horBo editor doslres to
say, that this Is not on account of
tho (innntlty of tho sugnr that camo
today, but Is duo entirely to an over
Tho horso editor Is firmly of tho
opinion that tho Mummy Isn't In It
Tho Maid horsolf Is tho yum-yummy.
When they r weak, tor
pid, or stagnant, tho whole
system suffers. Don't neg
lect them at this timo, but
heed the warning of the
aching back, the bloated
face, the sallow complexion,
the urinary disorder, and
begin treatment at once with
which con tains the best and
Kafest curative substances.
For tMUmonlaU of remarkable euro
send for Beak en Kidneys, No. 6.
C L (food Ce., LeweM, Nate.
T1I1CSK AHH SOMi: OK THE
ADVANTAGES OF IXVKSTIKC)
MOXKV L A BAVlNfiS HANK
IT l'AYK A LAKflKU IIKTVKX
THAN UOVKUNMKNT HON1ML
VOU CAN 1NVIT AS LITTLE
Oil AS MUCH A8 YOU PLKASi:,
AMI B)K HUCIl T1SIK AH YOU
Caf Hut rfititiil
Horse Editor Thinks She Has
Her Tambourine Out
All the Time
I not by several Jugs full that would
be compounding a felony but the
great, big, grand motherly state will
step in because its feelings have been
hurt again, and it will punish this
same thief by putting him In jail,
perhaps, and also fining him. Then
'to prevent any subsequent dlsputa-
Itlon about the money, justice raises
'her old blinders long enough to take
vnur money to- pay tho fine of the
fellow that robbed you, and then she
winks the other eye. She hasn't com
pounded a felony in taking your
money she has Just upheld tho ma
jesty of the law, and kindly permits
you to go out into tho uncharitable
world an hustle.
Again somo poor devil gets a little
too much booze, and the law steps In
throws him Into Jail, takes what few
dollars ho has left and leaves his
wife and children to hustle or starve.
It is great.
It Is strange how tender tho feel
ings of tho old Jade Justice is too.
If you shake dice for a cigar, It Jars
her conscience $10 worth, hut she
likes a horso race (God bless her)
and you can gamble all you please
down at the track which the great
state subscribed $15,000 a year to
for tho especial purpose of gather
ing tho horses, and she will not turn
It hurts her feelings It you keep
a dog and a female (log is sun
more distasteful to hor.
Sho has a conlptlon fit If a man
takes a drink of beer In a house on
Sunday, but he can pour vred guile
down his neck in tho back alleys or
anywhere else thnt day to his heart's
content, -nd his head's undoing, and
sho is as blind' as a rattlesnake In
Sho permits a man to own a gun
but fines him for using it Its great,
Its so groat, and learned and Jilst
and consclonclou's, that If, you over
run up against It you will wonder
why an all wise Providence over per
mitted a legislator to llvo long
enough to take the oath of office,
and you will fall to understand why,
especially when you remomber that
Ho controls tho lightning nnd lots of
It apparently goes to waste.
Tho Penalties of (Jreutncss.
Life is not ono grand glad Hong,
not oven for tho rich nnd groat.
Tho Czar fools thnt ho Is living "n
a volcano that may blow him aky-
hlgh nny moment.
Tho Sultnn of Turkey Is nursing it
sore Btomnoh, having boon shot by
ono of his wives, who was Jealous',
and, by tho way, ho has dozens of
Cntitro, woll. ho Is Just troublo
I'ulmu, Cuba's president, had to
got off tho porch hoforo ho got fairly
Alfonso, of Spain, Is a traveling
largot for nnurolilsts, and most othor
European rulers nro thu same. ;
liiidwlg has bats In his bolfry.
Horkofellor has a reputation that
would make tho ilovll shave his tall,
and rotlro from bualnoss.
Carnegie 1ms a Huporllulty of mon
ey, but continues robbing tho public
In order to buy libraries for tho poor
ho they can educate thoinaolvos, to
become us groat a Bwlpor as ho Is.
Senator l'latt Is locked In his room
with his sou. nnd n shotgun ut tho
door to keep his wlfo uwny from him.
llryau Is still sick from an acute
utlnek of "government ownership,"
President lloosovult has n ronmrk
nbly "bad spoil."
Thaw Is vacillating between tho
tutmno asylum nnd thu gallows.
King Oscar has lost halt of his
klugdom, and Kmperqr Joseph Is
f.oirfnl nf Iodine all of his. nnd. to
put on tlio cap-sheaf, tho horsoi edi
tor han n moasly com. Such nro tho
penalties of greatness.
Workingmen and Their .
Friends Should Remember
If you would help tlie mooring men nnu women of America
own their homes, to nbollsh chlld-Inbor nnd the swent-shop, (0 j
into their children nnd to have tlio common necessities of jfe
raise the man who works above the level of slaves, remember, m,
til j .. 4.1... 4lin tVkllstltrf flf lltfllllswt f n..n .. .. I
inlying iHcrniuru nun m.- ".", i.iiuhwiuuiis uro mo output
non-union labor, nnd should not bo found In the home of n Inborf
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CAPITAL TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO. 210, SALEM, OIlEGOli
Don't Forget to Ask For the Label On Your Printing
Tho author of "Highland Mary"
which Is soon to bo brought out by
Tho C. M. Clark Publishing Co., of
Doston, Is Clayton Mackenzie Legge,
tho actor who has recently appeared
In tho support of Maude Adams, Mrs.
LoMoyno, Mary Mannorlng nnd other
stars. Through his mother ho Is a
descondont of Henry Mackenzie (who
figures In his book by tho way) tho
noted author and publlshor of Edln
burg. Tho poet, Robert Burns owed
his popularity to tho widely criti
cisms written by Mackenzlo which
appeared In tho weekly paper, "Tho
Mr. Loggo'stntos that tho Idea of
writing tho' romnuco of "Highland
Mary" camo to him whllo travollng
from Edinburgh to London a short
tlmo ago. Ho was glancing over a
tiny book (a souvonlr of Edinburgh
; bought chlolly becauso of Its cover,
A MATTER OF ABSORBING
Lies behind that of the approaching
Thanksgiving, and that Is tho lum
ber question. During the Wlntei
tho supply Is always uncertain, but
by ordering of us beforo cold weather
comes you can be suro of having
your wants filled. We are ready to
supply any kind of lumber you need.-
QOODALE LUMBER CO.
tho poet and his winsome Mnry.
Strange to say no romance of this
exceedingly picturesque courtship
hns over been written in proso.
Upon his return to America Mr.
Legge started tho story under the
moat discouraging conditions. At
that tlmtS ho was making one night
stand through the west and south
and nt sparo moments he would
write a few lines on tho manus'crlpt,
sometimes In the cars. In his
ofodds and ends of paper of a!l
nn1 nnlnro ronrlv to b0 re
Mr. Leggo has written u feffM
whtoh nro lielnc used In various P
tho ldoa of writing a romanco around had a pile of manuscript composed of tho country In stock coir.p- I
Raved Ills Life.
J, W. Davenport, Wlngo, Ky,
wrltos, Juno 1-t. 1902: "I want to
toll you I bellevo Onllard's Sn9w
Liniment Baved my life. I was un
dor tho treatment of two doctors,
and they told mo ono of my luugs
was entirely goue, and tho other
badly Affected. I also nnd a lump
on my aide. I don't think thnt "I
could luivo lived over two months
longer. I was Induced by a trleiid
to try Ballard's Snow Liniment. Tho
first application gave w great re
lief; two 60 cant bottles cured wo
sound and woll.
It Is 'WOwUrfiri modjclne aad I
reoom&vead It to suiterlRg kusUy.
Bold by D. J. Fry's drug tor.
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VMM ! JmSOr JjBBwbBm
IHuckHtono defines law to bo "A
rnlo of action prescribed by tho su
premo power In a state, commanding
what Is right, and prohibiting want
Is wrong." This Is n thoorltlcnl defi
nition only, nnd will not benr ex
amination not In these days. In fact
to tho horso editor, at least, tho law
as ut present Interpreted Is mostly
what tho lato Artomus Ward called
For Instance tho leglslaturo has
wlsoly onncted that no man shnll as
sault or beat another. Now thero Is
n perfectly proper proposition. It Is
suposcd to provont tho weak being
bnttle-whanged by the moro power
ful. But supposo tho law Is violated
what is tho result?
Does tho Injured party have any
redress? Not on your tin type. Truo
ho can luivo the other party to tho
scrimmage arrested. Then ho can
go Into court .with his oyes In mourn-
nig auu ma nose leeiiug iiko a gouni
nnd glvo In his testimony us to how
ho got licked, whllo tho ungodly
sit a rou ml and glgglo nnd pass re
marks upon his appearance. And
t tin tt lw now lttit'ft lila nlintnA(ni na
iiiwii iiu iiwi utttu sua mtiiivii:i tin- t
sailed by a lawyer who for ton tho Mackenzlo tartan In .silk) cn
pluults will put him on tho grill and titled "Tho Llfo of Robert Ilurns "
bndgor him and sneer at him, aud ' It was an exceedingly condensed his-
question tho churactor of his oldtdry but as Mr. I.egg" was already dro3-Ing room at tho theaters be
Brandmothor, and hold him upto tho 'familiar with tho llfo of the poet and tween acts and oven whllo waiting
ridicule and contempt of nil man- n great admirer of 1 U works, It need- for train In cold and depressing sta
klnd, and hnvo a regular whoop- od only thnt llttlo reminder to start tlons. At V.-' ond of tho season ho
Jamboreo with him. That's part of
what ho will get, providing his ns
sallaut has contended himself with
Just punching him up until his face
looks llko a round steak rondy to bo
broaded, and ho neglected to kick In
his slats, or gouge out an eye or
hlto off a chunk big enough to con
stitute mayhem, In this caso It Is
dlfferout. Then ho nvust go out nnd
hustlo up a couple of friends who
notwithstanding tho lawyers nbuso.
still bavu confidence In him onough
to go on his bonds. If ho falls to
find thomhe can go to Jail and bo
detained us a witness so as to'sus
taln tho majesty of tho law. TJio
other fellow In the meanwhile I out
oil ball having a good tlmo nnd At
tending to his business, part of
which Is to smllo whon ho thinks of.
tho follow ho "douo up'' umus,lngj
himself In Jull and watting for court
10 convene aim mo grnnu jury 10 goi
n whack nt him.
Finally, It ho Is lucky and his as
sailant Is convicted, ho has the proud
satisfaction of seeing tho law vindi
cated And tho other follow lined.
Tho law hns been broken, the stat
utes "lu such cases made and pro
dded," ripped up tho back, and tho
great commonwealth says Us feelings
has been Jarred $100 worth, and It
domnnds And gets that Amount of pe
cuniary salvo for Its imaginary sores.
Tho fellow with tho
r;"'', i-v-i . b.i -- wto bo lirescntod here under tho dt
linn ul UNrHnn uml)i i fraivftiui. fc 'v. . .?
,, , :; , ..-. -rwuon 01 mo author and tho au-
lo doesn't need any monoy to salve 8nlcea of tho Y M c A Wedned
UU .orc.-they healed u-hlle ho vs d-Thursday cwnlngs, October 17
In tho iuK taklns the rest cur. Iw4 8 at tho Qr '
Then aRaU somo one rob. yo oj Tho cntlrv w consisting of nearly
tk last dollar you had. V caa t 1M yoUBr Udle, children Kill
make a cowprowls with ths thlt, ot jj0ia jeBt
It caught aad i yoa atoaay hack.
jn a nat
of our make is the word
in the label, hut it's a most imp
ant thing to look fqr. Its imp
ance, however, is not entirt
due to "prestige," for when
you secure a hat of the find
materials and of unequalled vie
ing qualityto say nothing of
style which is World-Standr
In other words, you have paid!
what the label rcprescnts-fc
dollars' worth of hat.
1 67 Commercial Stv
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The costuming will be superb, and Tho
the kaleidoscopic mingling of colors
on tho stage if 111 ho something long
to bo remembered. There will bo
pixies, brownies, goblins, fairies,
monkeys, Insects, plckanlanles, but
teriles, pages, Amasoa guards, Jap
maldeas, Yankee- doddle irk, weird
aad quaint faactea aad fantasies.
Lj ..tnt The music
ttUU uuatut "
nnA tha adventures of tho
.ni,MM will surely
laughlHK. Two nour ' rf
ated ta. at tho uw --
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