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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OIUMJON MOND, AUGUST C, 1007.
.. . ZZZtion of a human
II IS tQe tu . ... ,qft norcon-
iH tbe ; ,rrth0 nor.
f tS rose becomes as repul
' ,m-iib of a toad.'
'sleeps in minerals, dreams
is and wakes in
hm H. Marun'
f three yeora of study, humil-
frth .ifn.n the wilds of tho
m ,lu ew Tndlan Instruc
ts nw "" . M1W York
traveling nomewmu. . .
. -i-.-ontlntr mnn Who
I the most jnu.w-
Kited Seattle mis uuiu..
fc0ortnre ,. ------ ,.
t of Manager awvei i
fDllIer, wnom u
Martin says he sought pence
iom. and found them. Inci-
fr he developed some powers
:Droduco niysiiij-iB ."-
boll or freeze wwei, n.u-
.nnarntus or refrigerating
That, he says, was ono of tho
Haywood Declnral Innocent.
With tho words J'Not Guilty!" one
of the most remarkable trials In the
history of American jurisprudence
was brought to a closo at Boise at
about 8 o'clock last Sunday morning.
Tho Jury was engaged In their delib
erations 21 hours, and tho trial cov
ered a period of 80 days. Tho attor-
enys for both the prosecution and de
fense, and the defendant, Haywood,
agree that tho trial was conducted
with utmost fairness and with im
partiality. Tho verdict is satisfac
tory to a vast majority of the read
ing public. Nevertheless, most of tho
trial reports have shown a prejudice
against tho defendant.
But what other verdict could hayo
been expected when tho character
and scope of the evidence In consid
ered? Every one of thoso twelve
Jurymen assented to an oath that
they would decide tho caso according
as tho law and evidence dictated. If
they had any prejudices or bias for
or against tho prisoner nt bar, it was
their duty to cast them nsldo. They
wore tho exclusive Judges of tho
credibility of tho evidence submlt-
)B GOULD SOJIUBMAN.
toident of Cornell univorsity
political economist of wide
tings he learned. And, it docs
ft the weird and uncanny to
turn on and off an electric
by thought-forco nlono. It
very Improbable Peoplo do-
bhtr will believe It when thoy
But Mr. Martin Is not por-
bg tricks to gratify his own
I or awe tho onlooker. Ho has
ted tho phenomena, but only
nonitrate to a searcher tho
lloa of n nntural'priuclplo
; It la partial uso all over the
fclred irJth holy men for throe
I" ie Mid. "In thnt time I nto
sh. Only rice, oils and fruits
I my Ilpg. Each morning when
fokeacrojs tho giant mountains
i and faced tho east at tho win-
ft my room In tho .monastery
rl'bout clothing, I drnnk In llfo
Eh every pore. Later on. at
fit of tho most exalted of the
wood, I listened to tho rond-
' wisdom and still Intor I medl-
I learned much and now I
'o go back Into tho world nnd
hat I have learned for tho bono-
ran who reach out for tho
f lives are limited to - the lm-
oas wo recelvo through tho five
- Tho adepts of tho hills had
more senses. I was taucht In-
aNy to ubq two more thnsn of
t transference nnd Intuition.
nigoer senses mav hn for irnnH
ea followed tho definition of
Me so-callod wonderful phe-
" are produced by an exton-
well known natural prlncl
heady partlv soon nn i.r,r.,
' In belllns: or freezing wntm
mP'y Increase tho mnini,inn .
W the first case, and tho molo-
v "Part as team. By reducing
'oration they mass towether ns
I0' lives are but the repetition
''Pttuatlon of our peculiarities,
"w PtC'iarltles intensify ns
' BO On, In this wnv n UnH
i worse and a good man gets
ot wonderful i .t
PBaaalt,. Material ,,,..
'acreage ten-fnu tt,. ,.
" things win vlelri trB..,raa
an comfort. I believ .nnA9
l0's and that fWnra -
way la the breeze.
. . . IntlBenco certifies
iiaiao you will find: "Be-
theso stone m t .-. ..
Are Bald often tb bo buried six foot under
ground. But many tlmos woraon call on
thoir family physicians, suffering, as thoy
Imagine, ono from dyspepsia, nnothor from
heart disease, another from liver or kid
ney dlsoase, anothor from norvous pros
tration, another with pain hero and thor,
and in this way thoy present alike to
thomsolvcs and thoir easy-going or over
busy doctor, soparato dlsoascs, lor which
ho, assuming them to bo such, proscribes,
his pills and potions. In roallty, thoy ar
all onlymtom caused by somo uterine
disease The'tJrHC!lclan,Hjnorant of the
come of 8utTerinjrVky!ps uprtKtreatroent
until large bills aro mde. Ji?uflerlng
patient gets no bcttenJwJreas3fvth
wrong treatment, but probably worseTA
nmncr mpdlplno MU Dr. Plprer.'fi Favnrli
grescrliitlonTfllrgetyt to pe cnvix. wouTd
hmve gi)tirey'pnjtof('t tlio Ulsoasg, thero
by dispelling all those UldCTusSlng symp
toms, and Instituting comfort Instead of
proiongca misery, njias oeon wen saio,
that "a dljcnjo known is half cured." .
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a
tclcntlnc medicine, carefully devised by
an experienced and skillful physician,
and adapted to woman's dclleale system.
It Is mauo of ndtlvo American mculclue!
roots and, Is perfectly harmless In Ito
gfTocta in HTumfA)UM' or iie re?iiaW
A4 a powerful Invigorating tonic "Fa
vorito Proscription" Imparts strength to
tho wholo system and to tho organs dl
tlnctly foinlnlno In particular. For over
worked, "worn-out." run-down," debili
tated toaciiera, milliners, dressmakers,
Boamstrcsspfl. "shop-Blrls," bouso-kcopors,
nurslngmothcrs, and "fcoblo women gen
erally, Dr. rierco'a Favorlto Prescription
It) tho greatest earthly boon, bolng un
equaled as au appetizing cordial and ro
As a Root'iintr and strengthening nerv
Ino "Favori'o Proscription" Is uncqualcd
and Is lnYu'inblo In allaying and sub
dulng nervous excitability, irritability,
nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration,
neuralgia, hysteria, Bpusmi, St. Vitus'?
dance, nnd other distressing, nervous
symptoms commonly attendant upon
functional nnd organic dlsoaso of tho
uterus. It induces refreshing sleep nnd
PRANK P. FLINT.
Junior United Stnios sonator
from California, rosidont of Los
Angolefl, formorly a railroad attorney.
ted. This jury, ovidontly, oboyed tho
Instructions of tho court and was
truo to tho oath administered to It.
A difforont vordlct, however, would
hnvo been rendered If tho Jury hnd
boon composed of such men ns tho
wrltor of tho leading editorial of
Monday's Oregonlan. This wrltor
bollovos that Hnywood Is guilty cf
tho crimo charged. For that matter,
tho Oregonlan, from tho dnto of the
nbductlon of Moyor, Haywood and
Pottlbono from their homes in Den
ver, hnB pronounced them guilty.
Even now after tho Idaho jury has
pronouncod tho dofondnnt, Hnywood,
lnnocont, it Insists that tho ovldonco
was Biifllclently conclusive to wnrrnnt
n vordlct of murdor of tho first de
gree In fact, if tho Orogonlnn could
hnvo Its way, organized labor would
bo wiped from tho face of tho earth.
Nor is tho Oregonlan nlono In this
position towards tho organized labor
movoment. All of tho groat news
papers that aro controlled by tho
capitalistic class, stands with it. All
aro so prejudiced, that if placed on
n Jury, as In tho Haywood case, thoy
could not, nor would not, render an
Tho trial now Just closed at Boise
and tho othors yot to como, have and
will glvo tho Western Federation of
Miners a standing before tho world
that could have boon attalnod In no
othor way. The persecution of tho
mlncowners and tho Plnkertona havo
glvon tho organization tho sympathy
of all tho lovers of fair play and Jus
tice. As tho News floes It, thero aro
two men at Boise that should bo con
victed and executed. Those two aro
Orchard and Detective McParland.
Orchard, by his own confession, Is a
murderer, and if McParland is not
ono as well, It la not because ho haB
not tried to havo Innocent mon con
victed and hung. Santlara News.
relievos montal iiuxlet) and despondene;
un Piercer rieasant relicts mvigoraw
tho stomafh, llvor nnd bowels. Ono to
For Purposes of Comparison.
"An English scientist says there Is
nothing moro marvelous than tlio
power of a crocodllo's Jaws."
"Why do you nsk that?"
"I was wondorlng If ho had a
mother-in-law." Houston PoBt.
Tho Texas Wonder.
Cures all kidney, bladder and
rhoumntlG troubled; sold by all drug
gists, or two months' trial treatment
by mall for $1.00. Dr. E. W. Hall,
2920 OUvo Btrcot, St. Louis, Mo
Send for testimonialc. Sold by Stono's
WILL BE AT
T- Mfrtla still adheres t th
Ur IOuH,e eara Sloves con
icltr Ba l th Inatlons
"TliS ld and Io 20.-
"So young Rlchloy Kadd Isn't to
mnrry Goldle Stiles after all?"
"No; ho got scared."
"Well, well! And I heard they
had oven gone so far as to rehearse
for tho wedding."
"Yes, that was tho trouble. They
had rehearsed five times, and Rich
ley said tho preparations for matri
mony were such hard work he was
afraid lie couldn't stand the real
thing at all." Catholic Standard
"Everybody SIsOHld Kaow"
Says C. O. Hays, a prominent bual
ness man of Bluff, Mo., that Buck
len's Arnica Salvo Is the quickest and
surest healing salve ever applied to
a Bore, sum or wonsd, or to a case
of piles. I've m4 it aa4 kuw what
I'm taUcUg afc&at." Grted by
J. C. Perry, dntfoiet, 2tc .
Llttlo Willie Sny, pa, what does
It mean when n man takes tho lion's
Pa It Is a lolto way of Insinuating
thnt ho acted llko a hog, my Bon.
Thero Is moro Catarrh in this sec
tion of tho country than all other dis
eases put togothor, and until tho laat
fow yenrs was Biipposcd to bo Incur
ablo. For a great many years doc
tors pronounced It u Iocnl dlsoaso and
proscribed local romedles, and by
constantly falling to euro with local
trontmont, pronouncod It Incurnblc
Sclonco has provon catarrh to bo a
constitutional dlsoaso and therefore
roqulrcs constitutional treatmont.
Hall's Catarrh Curo, manufactured
by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio,
h thovonly constitutional curo on tho
market. It Is taken internally In
dosos froto 10 Mrop's to a teaspoon
ful. It acts directly on tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Thoy offor ono hundred dollars for
any caso It falls to curo. Sond for
circulars and testimonials.
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., To
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for con
Jaggles Do you think thoro will
over bo any radical chango In tho
style of men's hats?,
Waggles Not unless somebody In
vents a hat that will covor tho bald
spot on tho back of tho head. Har
J 6 to 2 J Inclusive
They will find the gtounds in better condi
tion and moe attractive than eve Before
TI1E1" WILL FIND MANY NEW BUILDINGS. ALL IN.ALL, TnEY WILL SI2I3 THAT OREGON HAS
THE BEST FACILITIES OF ANY STATE WEST OP THE ROCKIES FOR HOLDING A GREAT PAIR.
THE INCREASED CASH PREMIUMS AND SPECIALS WILL BRING THE GREATEST LIVESTOCK
SHOW EVER SEEN ON THE PACIFIC COAST, AND IT WILL COMPARE FAVORABLY WIA'H THE
BEST FAIRS OF THE EAST AND MIDDLE WEST.
Some of the Best Houses in the United States WJU Be
Here to Participate in the Speed Program
SOME OF THE MOST ATTRACTIVE PURSES EVER HUNG UP FOR A WESTERN RAGE MEET WILL
MAKE EACH INDIVIDUAL EVENT WORTH COMING LONG DISTANCES TO SEE. THE COUNTIES
WILL PUT UP THEIR BEST IN TRYING TO SECURE THE PRIZES FOR THE EXHIBITS OF THEIR
PRODUCTS. THEIR WILL BE SPECIAL RATES ON ALL LINES OF TRANSPORTATION FOR PAS
SENGERS AND SPECIAL FREIGHT INDUCEMENTS TOR ALL EXHIBITS.
If you wish any particular information it will he cheer
fully given by
W. H. DOWNING, Pres., F. A. WELCH, Sec,
SHAW, OREGON SALEM, OREGON
Laying Track Near Bolso.
Tho Bolso Capital Nows snys of tho
rnllroad construction work on tho
Bolso valley line:
"Tho track .laying on tho Bolso
Vnlloy railway lino to Nnmpa Is bo-t
Ing piiBhed rnpldly along so that tho I
Amnnnttif yiI1I ltt nltlt in Itntwllr Mia '
VUIU'tti; fill! U3 Ut'lU LV lllllIU HIW
sugar beet crop this fall. Tho dumps
from which tho boots will bo loaded
upon tho enra aro being constructed
and everything mndo ready as farJt
an tho track Is laid for taking caro
of a heavy tonnngo of boots,
"Tho track laying crow havo rails
laid as far as Meridian and hnvo only
nlno miles to covor In order to rench
Nnmpa and tho sugar beet factory,"
1 Ice Cream
Soda Water 1
O. K. STORE
Is a violent Inflammation of tho
raucous membrane of tho wind pipe,
which sometimes extends to tho lar
ynx and bronchial tubes; and is ono
of the most dangerous diseases of
children. It almost always comes on
In tho night. Give frequent small
doses of Ballard's Horohound Syrup
and apply Ballard's Snow Liniment
externally to tho throat. 25c, 50c
and $1.00. Sold by D. J. Fry.
AVlieat Ho Feared.
"Remember, Harry," said tho good
parson, " you need never bo afraid
to tell tho truth."
"I ain't," replied tho llttlo fellow.
"It's telling a story without being
found out that worries me." Chi
Tho old Pennsylvania Dutch Duti-
kard recommends "Hickory Bar
Cough Remedy." Guaranteed to cure
your cough, aad guaraated to be
sure. Made from the bark of the
sk-ell bark or white hickory tree.
Fr mU by 4aJ everywhere.
Bonovolent Old Man I am sorry,
Johnny, to soo .you havo a black oyo.
Promising Youth You go homo
and bo sorry rof your own llttlo boy
ho'B got two. Illustrated Bits,
When your joints acho and you suf
fer from Rheumatism. Bu a bottle
of Ballard's Snow Liniment and get
Instant rollof. A posltlvo curo for
Rheumatism, Burns, Cuts, Contract
ed MuBcles, Soro Chest, etc., Mr. I. T.
Bogy, a prominent merchant at Wil
low Point, Texas, says that ho flndd
Ballard's Snow Liniment tho best nil
round Liniment ho over used. Sold
by D. J. Fry.
Not What Ho Cnmo For.
Tho Cop How did you como to
got hit by tho car?
Tho Rubo I didn't como tor get
hit by no car I como ter visit my
son-in-law, CloVeland Leader.
"Regular as tho Sun"
Is an expression as old as tho race.
No doubt tho rising and sotting of
the sun Is the most regular perform
ance In tho universe, unless it is the
action of tho liver and bowols when
regulated with Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Guaranteed by J. C. Perry,
I NEAR THE WOOLEN MILL. X
You will find this n convonl-
; ont plnco to got refreshments
of the beBt and to do your trad
Phono your ordora for Ico
1 cream and soda water to Main
Treatment O. K.
A. A. ENGLEnART, Prop.
H-aii i n i m i n 1 1 n 1 1 i 1 1 1
I White House Restaurant
I For thoso Delicious
Thoy can't bo beat
McGilchrist & Son
Not Feeling that Way.
"Did you mlsa many of your meals
on your ocean trip over?"
"Mla 'em? I akould sey aot. I
only wlahed I bad sever met aay
886 COURT BTREBT.
Call and try then. MW
lie. Board er -week I2.7S,
alw furaUked roema vry
Special Eatitcrn Excursion rate.
May 20, 21, Juno G, 7, 8, July 3,
A, C, August 8, 9, 10, Soptember 11,
12, 13. To Chicago and return,
$73. 1G. St. Louis and return, $09. lb
St. Paul and return, Omaha, Council
Bluffs, Sioux City, Bt. Joo, Kansaa
City and return $01. CC.
fi-21-tf Gon. Pas. Agt,
AND PRODUOH CO.
Wholesale dealers and commUstoa
merchants. Cash paid for Butter,
Eggs, Poultry, etc. W. E. Cummlugs
andi O, A. Wltcraft, Cottle block, Sa
lem, Or.; J. O. Stapleton, 86 Ualoa
SALEM BRICK YARD
A. A. BURTON. Prop.
Brick always on hand, in car lots
or othorwUo. ProBsod brick mado
to ordor. Yard on Stato street, south
of pontltontlary. -7-1-tf.
Gold Deist Flour!
Made by TIES 8YDNBY FOW
XX CO&CFAXY, Bidaey, Orege.
Mad for family nw, Ask your
grocer for it. Bras asd ftkerte
always on hand.
P. B. Wallace
O C. T. Co.
POMONA AND OREGONA LEAVE
FOR PORTLAND DAILY, I3XOEPT
SUNDAY AT O A. M.
P. M BALDWIN, Agt.
SALEM WATER COMPANY
OFFICE CITY HALL.
For wator eorvlco apply at offlco.
Bills payablo monthly la advance.
It la worth more thaa aay ftthwt
bread, yet the ftl U bo higher.
Vet eale at year greeer',
CALTFOKXTA BAXSBY, '
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