Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 28, 1907, Page 2, Image 2

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    DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY. SE1TEMRKR 38, 10 07.
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HOFER BROS.
B. HOFER, Editor.
IITE JOURNAL STANDS FOR PROGRESS, DEVELOPMENT, GOOD
GOVERNMENT. AND NO DEGRADHD LABOR.
v THE MASK OF'tHE CITY.
A whirlwind of faces adown tho dark street,
A clatter of hoof-boats, n scuffle of feet,
A clanging of hells und a rumhlo of wheels
As round mo tho tempest Humanity reels!
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What on tho faces that pass do I read?
Dlood Is tho script and the motto is Orecd.
Palo are tho sceptors that sweep down tho pave,
Palo as tho foam on tho crest of tho wave,
Pallid as foam when tho tingry seas rave.
III.
"Women and children and men In tho throng,
Troubled with Ufo In a tumult of wrongl
Weary of earning tho boon of a grave,
Paying for powor the prlco of a slavo,
Soiling their bouIb for tho gold they may save.
IV.
Civilization and progress I hear
Dinned by a discord of pain on my ear,
A scramble for gold and a Rcufllo for gain,
And who shall not say nt tho last, "It is vain?"
And who- shall not cry at the close, "All In vain?"
V.
Lift up tho masks from tho throng in thu street.
Fling off tho weeds of dcspnlr and deceit,
Undor tho turmoil of passlonato strife
PuBhcs tho spirit of beauteous Ufo;
Ood la boncnth nil -tho pain that Is rlfol
Charles Keolor in Success.
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WHAT IS HOLDING SALEM RACK?
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Two city administrations hnvo gono Into offlco plcdgod to Improvo
' ntrcots. Tho work hns heon slow.
Hampered by an umvloldly city council, that spends too much tlmo
on personalities, MAYOR RODGKRS HAS REEK AHLE TO MAKE
MTTLK IMtOORESS.
A rond export hns nppearcd in Onlom, A. Wllbert, of tho department
of agriculture, who snys somo of our street work Is rottou.
Ho condemns (ho South Commercial streot Improvement AS AHOUT
ALL THAT COULD UK DAD '
Ho nays It was extravagantly and Improperly constructed, and will
novor malco n good road without constant ropairs.
Only ono sldo ha. ovor boon usod, nnd thnt Is a torturo to tho foot of
horsos, and uncomfortable to ride over.
IT SHOULD XEVKR HAVE REEX ACCEITKI) IJV THE CIT1.
Looking bnck ovor tho construclln of South Commorclnl streot It
npponrs to hnvo boon a Bystomntlc offort TO MAKE FURTHER STREET
IMPROVEMENT UNPOPULAR AM) IMPOSSIBLE.
In tho flrnt j)lnco It was dragged out ns long nH posolblo until every
body w'iih disgusted with tho dclny. It was nimlo ncodlossly oxponslvo.
In tho noxt plnco Is was novor, on tho jinrt of tho city, attempted to
enforce tho dotnllH of tho specifications. -
I'rogresslvo citizens woro all tho tlmo terrified with tho Idea that U
would bo ho mismanaged THAT NO ROAD WHATEVER WOULD HI
ituiir.
Tho surveying of thv road and tho laying of tho grades wns so
botched and confused that no ono It now whoro tho linos ronlly bolongrt.
Tho street wnu novor llnlshod pro parly, nnd wns loft In tho worst nnd
MOST IMVAKSIItLE CONDITION POSHIHIiK, v
Tho wholo history of that Improvmont lndlcntea that THERE WAS
METHOD RACK OP IT, to delay and mnko unpopular any furthor hu
prnvomont. If thnt wtin not a program of sorvlng tho Intorosts of mosRhnckldiu
nnd provoutlug tlio Improvement nnd dovolopmpnt of tho Capital City,
vhnt was It?
Tliu opinion of tlm oxpvrt government road builder confirms thl
view; ,
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.IAPANKKE IX SCHOOLS.
Tlio lulult ,.l!punoi who nro In
what thoy wre doing liro crowd
Tim Holiool hoard Iimm oxcltnldd thorn, but wt-uhull hnr nothing wild
nuoui ii.
Tho .lnpuui connul wan promptly to the 'foro, but found no cnus
of complaint, an tho rotmlutlon oxoliulort nil fnrolgnors.
Hut uh no other adult-foreigners In any number wish to got Into th
publlo primary and grammar schoolti, It wag, of course, tho Japanese
whom tho uxcIukIouIhUi woro nttor.
A good dual Iuih boon wild about tho smnll number of Japanose ndultu
found In our Hcbool by the fedornl InvoHtlgntnrs.
Thnt Ih butmuse tho iwhtlU had loft during tho ngltntlon,
Thoro woro novor, of courao, any great uumbor In tho grndos prob
nbly half a dozon In one school nt tho most but that number wns
onough to mnko troublo In thpso schools, nnd it wns tholr Increasing
munhorH whloh luduood tho onfornomout against thorn of tho "nntl
Mongollan" olauso of our sohnol laws. '
nro vory glad to seo tlio Asiatic working oast In cousldornblo
numbers.
Wo Hhall bo glad when thoy booomo nbundnnt In nil qastorn contors
of population.
Thou it will bo soon thnt we of tho Pacific const do not In any way
dirt or from othor Americana In reipoct to the pollolos to bo obsorvod
toward those rncos.
THK DOCTRINE THAT WK MUST XOT DISCRIMINATE AOAIXST
IMMIGRANTS OK ANY RACK WILL XOT STAND.
WK REHIRE KUROl'KAX IMMIGRANTS OK THK RIGHT CHAR.
ACTKIt.
WK CAN NOT GUT ON WITH ASIATIC IMMIGRATION OK ANY
CHARACTER.
IT IS A MA'ITKR WHICH DIPLOMACY OAX XOT I.OXGKR AFFORD
TO 1GN0RK,
If Aslntlo Immigration into this country and Canada U not stoppod
Huoh 80au8 as w hnv recently wltuoefod In Washington and HrltUh
Columbia will bicoiuo ovary day ooourronooB, nnd If tho Orientals pona
trato Into tho mlddlo and onstern stntoa in snob numbers ns thoy aro
found hero the outbreaks will bo ns frequent thoro ns nnywhoro in tho
wild mul wooly vt.
And no lobulation, no trootltw and no military forco can prevont
thorn.
If thtt rare aro brought In contact thoy will tight.
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Kvwjfboily Should Know"
nays O. G. Hayes, a prominent busi
ness man of lUuff, Mo., that Duck
Ion's Arnica Salve Is tho quickest and
surest healing salvo ovor applied to
u Bore, burn or wouud, or to a enso of
piles, I'vo usod It and know what
I'm talking a')out." Guaranteed by
J, O, Perry, druggist, 35c
RHFUSK SUBSTITUTES OR IHI
TATMONS QHT WHAT YOU ASK
FOX,
PuMkhzta and Proprietors
A, P. HOFER, Manager.
Chlongo aru ovldently Making to do
I uto tho urnd nehools.
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Lamo Hark.
This is an nlltuont for which
Chamberlain's Palu Rnlra has provoa
especially valuable. In almost over
Instanco it affords prompt and per
manent relief. Mr, Luko LaQraage
of Orange, Mich., Bays of It; "After
using a plaster and othor remedies
for three woeks for a bad lame
back, I purchased a bottlo of Cham
bsrlala's Pais Balm, and two appli
cations effected a euro." For sale
at Dr, Stone's drug sore.
There are all
Good tea bad tea
J.Afoljer&G
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ful.
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Tea
CEYLON
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Ceylon
Gunpowder
Japan
The choice of flivor
U mtttcx of tute.
J. A. Folger (EL Co.
Importers of
OREGON'S ROYAL PRUNES
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to tho pruno to mnko It talked
about.
When It nrrlves at tho factory, It
Is weighed first, then It whcelod
ovor to a big hoppor nnd dumped
unceremoniously therein. Now
things begin to happen to It. As it
reaches tho bottom of tho hoppor It
is dropped Into tho buckets of nn
elevator and carried upstairs,
whoro it is run on to tho grader, a
long tray, with a bottom llko n
peok-a-boo wnlst, mostly holes, of
dlfforont sizes, tho trny, 30 foot or
more long has a slight incline nnd
Is kept in motion, tho small prunes
dropping through tho uppor end of
tho grndcr whoro tjio holes aro tho
smallest. As thoy pass down tho
holes nro lnrgor, and nnothor and
'Inrgor sized pruno passes through
those this holng kept up until tho
largest or nil tho 30-10s, which
menus from 30 to 40 mnko a pound,
nro run ovor tho ond of tho tray.
Whllo now sorted nccordlng to size,
nnd Incidentally value, they have
only begun tholr preparatory course.
Thoy aro run off Into bins until
wnntod. When .tholr turn com-?s
thoy nro ngnln taken to tho olovator
and sont upstnlrB to bo "prossod."
Hero thoro Is a big cylinder throa
or four feet In dlametor und por
haps 18 to 20 fcot long. This lies
nearly horizontal, but hns a slight
dip downward from tho olevntor,
and bus n slow rotary motion.
Through Its contor pnsses a per
forated stor.m pipe. Tho prunes nro
dropped Into tho uppor end of this
cylinder by tire olovator, nnd nro
glvon n rolling exactly ns you, soo
glvon peanuts in n roaster, finally
coming out, protty hot at tholr
trontmont, n llttlo swell oil up about
It, but soft nnd trnctnblo. Down
thoy go Into nnothor bin, a hoppor
from which lends down to tho press
lug machine.
In the meanwhile ovor In ono end
of the building n young follow Is
at work at a machine nailing boxes.
Hoaldo him la n groat pllo of box
material. If you watch him you
will o him mnko a doft motion
or two nnd pick up n box, complote,
except tho bottom nnd top. He
turns out 2500 of thoso boxos in a
dny. Whon tho tops nro nnlled
on tho boxes go to tho facing room.
Thoro Is ronlly tho most lntorust
Ing pnrt of tho plant, for thoro bo
sldog tho prunes nro f0 .of Saloin'a
"ponchos" pretty girls with big
aprons nnd oyeti, with swift nnd
nlmblo (lugors, tongues nnd glnncos.
It takoR n good pruno to got Into
this Eocloty, for they must bo suit
able for facors.
Tho boxos with tho tops nnllod on
nro placed faco down, nnd with a
doft motion n couple at sheets of
whlto pnpora nro lnld In tho boxo.and
tho prunos nro laid in, two layers
doep nnd prossod firmly Into place.
It looks oasy, nnd probably Is
whon you know how. Tho boxos
thus "facod" go to tho pressor
whoro tho amount nocossnry to fill
thorn Is wolghed nnd In a jiffy thoy
nro prossod down solidly, tho box Is
pushod to ono sldo whoro tho bot
tom Is nailed on nnd tho boxes nro
wheolod on big trucks to tho store
room.where another of Salem's pret
ty girls pastes n big label on tho
ond of tho box, telling tho world
A Savings
Bank Account
Has been the nucleus
of many a fortune.
It's a sure and safe
way of accumulating
money.
It's an Insurance pol
icy against failure.
Open one with us.
Savings Department
' Capital National
Bank
Kinds of Tea
artificially colored
tea and pure tea.
They may all look alike but
there is a vast difference.
Folger's Golden Gate Teas
are pure flavory health
Six flavors
English BreKfaft
Oolong
Black (Si Cren
Packed flavor-tight in dust
proof cartons to protect the
delicate leaf from exposure.
San Francisco
Fur Teas
that tho contents of the box was
grown In Marlon county, packed by
Tillson & Co., and warranted to bo
as good a pruno ns Is grown In tho
wholo wldo world.
Ami nnw. If vnu woro not BO.
whon you began to read this article,
you aro probably "full of prunes."
Tllson & Co. Inst Xar handlod
about 4,000,000 pptinds of prunes
nt tho plnnt horo. This year It Is
expected tho pack will roach 5,000,
000 pounds, nnd tho plant at Itose
burg belonging to tho Bnmo com
pany will hnndlo moro thnn 2,000,
000. Yesterday two cars wore
loaded for shipment, ono carrying
87,000 pounds going to Now York.
At propjnt there nro -ID mon on
tho payroll and -15 girls employed
In tho facing room, which numbor
will probably bo Increased to 55
noxt week.
A few calculations gives ono nn
Idon of how much 5,000,000 pounds
of prunos menns nnd what it repre
sents. Counting each pruno ns cov"
orlng nn Inch squaro of spaco, thoy
would mnko a row of prunes from
Astoria to- tho Now York and then
bnck to Chlcngo, or would covor n
qunrter section of land with a solid
layer of prunos.
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Ono of
tlio Host on Uto Market.
For many ycnrB Chamborlaln's
Cough Remedy hns constantly gninod
in favor and popularity until It la
now ono of tho most staplo medicines
In uso nnd has an onormous ealo. It
U intended especially for acuto throat
and lung dlscaso, such ns coughs,
colds and croup, nnd enn always bo
doponded upon, it is pleasant and
safo to tako and Is undoubtedly tho
best In tho market for tho purposes
for which it Is Intended. Sold nt Dr.
Stono's drug storo.
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O J. & T O XJL X'-A. .
Ami tb y?h8 Kln(1 U Have Wn31fS Bou2M
Salem Fence Works
Headquarters for Woven wire
Fencing.
Nottlng, Plcketl, Gates, Shlnglua, i'
& D. Rondy Roofing, Screen Doori
and AJJustiblo Window Screens
All at lowost prices.
Walter Morley
250 Court St. Salem, Ore
Dr. Stone's
Drug Store
Tho only cash drug storo lu Oregon,
.. vo uu uuv, uuu ho uno owes it;
carrios largo block; its shelves,
counters and show cases aro loaded
I with drugs, medicines, uotlons, toilet
I articles, wines nnd liquors of all
'kinds for medicinal purposes, Dr
Stone Is a regular graduato In raeH
clue, and has had many years of
experlenco In tho practice. Consul
tations aro free. Prescriptions are
tree, and only regular prices for
medicine. Dr. Stone can bo found at
his drug store, Salem, Or., from C
In tho morning until at night.
it "'.iMMsiHr
Clothes of
Quality
Dressod In one of our hand
somo suits a man will bo his
own letter of recommendation
for wisdom will toll you that,
while good clothes do not
make the mnn or break him,
they givo him a lift along tho
lano of life.
You soo many woll-dressed
mon on tho streets nowadays,
and a largo percentngo of
thorn nro wearing our clothes
of quality.
I SUIT PRICES RANGE
$10, $15, $20 up to $30
T.nl nllnlU.f InflllAnnn n.. .1 m 1 ul a.
uui, iuumj iuumjiivu uu uuu hoi me price
So we ask you to como to soo what the nrico win v
tho way of nualltv. ' ce "l bT
G. W. JOHNSON & CO.
' THE GOOD CLOTHES ST0R&
GRAND OPERA H01
JNO. F. CORDRAY, Manngcr.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER
HENRY W. SAVAGE
Offers
Tho Biggest Comic Opera Success Ej-er Produced
THE PRIN
ofPILSEN
With a superb cast and n big chorus, now fcrtw
new sconory, a host of prdtty girls and an u&i
ted orchestra.
Orchostra $1.50 Ilnlcony, 1st 3 Ron
Dross Circle, 1st 3 Rows. $1.5 0 Unlcony noxt Hot
Dross Circle, Inst -I rows. ?1. 00 Balcony, la t row
SKAT SALK AT DOX OFFICK WKDXESDAV 9 A. Ill
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NOW IS THE TIME l0 Bavo 'our clolhllIS ll
Dr. Rosemcr's Moth Powder
Novor known to fall. Leaves no grcaso, has a pleassat 3
will koop nrtlclea froo from moth"and Is germ-proof.
For salo by all druggists, 25d
Manufsrturtd 1
Undertaking andSp
Embalming
REST SERVICE
COnLETE OUTFIT
Only Wilto Hcarao and Whlto
Horses In Marion and adjoin
ing counties.
w. t. rigdon egjag
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For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hays Always Bought
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