Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, February 25, 1908, Page 2, Image 2

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    DAIX1T CAW TAIi JOURNAL, gAUSM, ORKOOX, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 19m.
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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
K. TfOFEK, Ed. 4L Prop.
Aa lH4epcutet tfoiripuper Deroted to Aiaorlctn I'rlticlple and j
thl'fHsrww And Dareiopoment of AH ortriron.
PublUhOil Kerr Krcnlna Except fluwUjr, K!era, Ore.
i i fr.,. .n ii
' HvmcniPTtox watks,
(Invariably In Advance,)
0ilr, by carrier, fxr year. .....,-. ...HCtf i'er monb......50c
twilr, by ra" IX f TMr......w 4X0 I'er Month.... ..,33c
Wwklr, by mall, per yer.w.. .......... 1.00 six month ......Oo
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SPECIAL DELIVERY.
For o nveaieace of ubicriber branch delivery offlcee are estafe
Milled st the follow 4ee at 15 cents per month, $1.00 lot three
aeeat'.
Asylum Btort, F O, Da Voo & Son, Asylum Avonuo Junction.
Carllnc, Seventeenth itrcot o A. W. Lane, darden Tload Btore.
DaHe'a Store, Alex, Dane, Soeth Commercial street.
Klectrlo Store, 0. M, Kppley, Kant State atreot.
q Fair Grounds Store, Harrison Dee, Fair Grounds Road.
Howell's Corner. Twelfth and Cross streets.
r O, K. Grocery, A. A. Engloba t, Twelfth atreot.
Whesler'a Store, W. D. Wbeeor, Highland avenue.
Yew Park Stor-, P. O. Bower ox, Twelfth and Leslie.
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ICONOCLAST
f kltow nol which of you I hnve tho inoro
Or
Tho idol i fnli;a which blinded fno
you, -whoo clumsy hand 'no rudely toro
Thvolf froin my divinity. '
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Was I not happier fnr when knoollng Uioro
k Boforo that nolf-mad god of'mlno
Than whan you swept tho flowered altar bnro
"t - And1 left mo with an empty shrine? " '
What though my Idol's foot woro wholly olny-
, Might not my fnllli hnvp (urncd thorn gold,
As when (ho pa 1 1 Id oast by full flushed dny
Is changed to glorle manifold?
Yen; hnto Is ml no, but olilclly for this InsU-
That , of tho wholo world It wna ym. 'ydursoiff who played tho
stern Iconoolnst,
Yet aro (ho fallon Idol too! -Joannstte Helm.
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HOW TVOTI4.CW PROPOSE!) LAWS
Amaiidmsnt Inorortslng oompommtlon of momborn of tho, legislature to
$400 for a regular session niul $10 n day for special sossIohb,
At present they Ret $G n month for two years .f 120. THAT'S A ROUT
ALL TIIHIH SERVICES AUK WOHTII IN MOST OASES. KIM IT.
Amendment permitting tho locnllnn of stnte Institutions away from
tho capital.
Decidedly no. HAVE THIS INSANE ASYLUM NEAR TIIH LHGIS
74.1TUUM HALLN, AT LEAST.
Anionilnioiit Increasing tho ninuhor of Judgos to live nnd extending
tho Jurisdiction of circuit courts to probate works also roqulrlng pro
vision by luw for dlstrlot nttornoys, county courts, otc
Bounds loo ponderous. Guess wo'U vote tigln It. ' IIKTTKIl KEEP
THE TWO COMMISSIONERS.
Amendment changing tho tlmo of holding general oleollon front June
to November.
Kill thO bill. WH CAN' AFFORD TO HOLD TWO ELECTIONS A
"YHAH ONOH IN VOVn YKAHH.
Act giving shurltf eustudy of prlsonors.
KUlTtllj Itllilii WE DON'T UN'DEHSTA.M) IT.
Amcitilmonl exempting dwelling-houses, tools, furniture, eis.. from
taxation.
noi MintiT as rtiwi exiwht EVimrrnixo, .
AmondmunL giving voters the power to rionll publlo omtoi.
No; It I going too far. Hotter surfer a bad nniolal THAN DIJSTHOY
AIJi Nni-U.NIi)iVCK OF OITIOHHS.
Art Instructing members of legislature to vote for iMple oholoa for
senator.
Yflat what aetwe to having people nominate and eltei wnntors AN!)
TIIKIII HHl'UltSlWTATIVES OVHllTIIHOU'TIIHUt CHOlOHV
Amendment itrovldlng for proportlonnto ropresenttitloit.
Sound In ptlnolpto but hard of oxtoutlon. UliTlHU OMIT t'UHTHHI!
COMl'I.UUTIONS.
Aet limiting expoudlturos for political 'onrnpnlgn puritoAae,
WhlN glnst nowspapom, THIS 111 1,1, IS At.MHH AT 101iITICVIi COIN
llVITION' AND KIIOlMtl) PAHS.
Aft for protection of ealuum on tb luwer Oolumbla.
Act 4o protwt salmon on the uplMir Columbia.
DIIiIiS UMIMtlWIINTINCI LOCUM. CONI-'WUriXO TNTHHHSTS SHOUliD
II H KILLED.
Aot requiring granting of free railroad passie to oertnlh offlolnla.
Title bill was passed over tho govtirnor's veto a.Rd THE 1MJ01M.U
HHOfl.U KILL IT UNANIMOUSLY.
Alt not appropriating $100,000 tor armorioe,
tMtlee and eonnUee eaa now aslet la mntftlaJitlag arwe1t AND
STATE AID IS SITHHHLUOUS. KMlil. IT,
Aet IntM'tMflHx the UHlviralii' at Ortgan ttitpraarlaHoa to $1SI.IM aer
annum.
Senator Kay wee an the eowwltto nud whl ho speolAantlaae were
furnished as to what the mouey wti to stseJ tip, DlJlTIIH PAIiL llt
HI'IKM FIXATION'S IIHKOIIK VOTING FOU IT,
Hqw.a.1 surfrago amendment '
LHT THE TAIL GO WITH Tllll HIDE.
Amomlment glrlug oltlee twoluslve ouHtrol e( IPittor MJUuBimWliy
A 'Ules huve to do thks anyhow lttiTTHH UlVltTIJljfil TlllJ 10 W
Tho Capital Journal has always contended that this provision of tho
local option law was unfair and unjust, and was not in reality local
option nt all.
Tho Journal is in favor of all fair action under the local option law,
DUT IS OPPOSED TO JIAMCAIj MEASURES UNDEU ANY IAW.
Wo believe with Cardinal Gibbons that local option Is a proper way
to secure prohibition of the llrj'jor trafllc In suburban and residence pre
cincts, where public sentiment demands there shnll be no saloons.
HUT WILL THEKE HE ONE SALOON LESS OH ONE DROP LESS
LIQUOIt DRANK IF THE SALEM BREWERY PLANT IS CONFISCATED
AND RENDERED WORTHLESS?
The Capital Journal bcllevos it Is a farco and an Injustice to force
prohibition upon n city precinct simply because it contains a manufact
uring ptant which any city In the United States would covet.
Wo aro to cut off our nose to sptto our faco and help kill our city bv
AN ACT OF INJUSTICE IN THE INTEREST OF LARGER MONOPOL
IES ELSEWHERE.
To drlvo tho browing Industry out of Salem, when tho business of
shipping beer all ovor the stato will go right on, Is senseless and an In
justice to this city and Its business Interests.
ON ITS FACE IT IS AL MOST A NIHILISTIC PROPOSAL AND
SHOULD HE KILLED.
Why paralyze any business In a sparsmodlc effort to secure results
that will benefit nobody, Improve no one's morals, Btop the sale of not
ono glass of liquor, but really stimulate lawlessness and injustice?
o
BELIEVES IN RECIPROCITY
Alderman Jacob suggosts that thoro ought to bo a little more recip
rocity In the granting of special railroad fared.
He says ho has observed that tho aforesaid railroads MAKE SPE
CIAL RATES FROM SALEM TO PORTLAND AND EUGENE.
Ho also says ho has noticed that (hoy do not very often make special
rates to Salem from those places.
Ho nrguea It would ho nlco for the Salem peoplo to capturo a llttlo
LOOSE COIN FROM THOSE PLACES ONCE IN A WHILE.
Ho nayg wo are not nil suckors at Salem, and what Is good for them
would certainly bo good for us.
Ho thinks It would be ronl nice for tlio ' i allrond company once In n
whllo to GIVE THEM A CHANCE TO CIRCULATE DOWN THIS WAY.
Thoy ought to bo glvon a cbancj at reduced rafw onco In a whllo to
mix up with our peoplo nnd spend some cash and got acquainted.
Tho n'dorman Is all right on that. Th" facilities for spondlng monoy
are n llttlo ono-sldod.
No matter how honest
arid careful your grocer may
be, he cannot guarantee the
quality of his Coffee; the
manufacturer must do that.
FoIger,s
Golden
Gate
J.APMMEZ&
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U.jaal.i l
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mm
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Bl
Nn.j
rasfl
IWEfcfirbi
is of uniform strength and
quality always sAiMwactary.
Aroma-tigh tins-Ncver in
bulk. Grind it at horae--
Not too fine.
J. A. Felrfr . Cm.$
8mm. Fran!
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CANDIDATES CARDS
Neglected Colds Threatens Life.
(Prom tho Chicago Tribune)
" 'Don't trUIo with a cokl,' Is good j
ndvlco for prudent men and womon.
It tuny bo vital In tho en go of u child.
Propor food, good ventilation, and
dry, warm clothing aro the proper
safoguarda against colds. It they
are maintained through tho clinngo
ablo weather of autumn, winter nnd
spring, tho chancos of n surprise from
ordinary colds will bo slight. Rut
tho ordinary light colds will becomo
sovero If n leotod, nnd a woll es
tablished ripe cold Is to tjie gonns
of diphtheria what honey "Is to tho
boo. Tho grout oat menace to child
llfo at thin souson of tho ,vonr Is th
uogleotod cold." Whothor It Is a
child or adult, tho. cold slight or so
Voro, tho very host treatment that
cnu bo ndoptod Is to glvo Chamber-
laln'a .Cough llomedy. It la safe, nnd
wire. Tho groat popularity nud lm
monso enlo of this preparation has
been attained by Ite remarkable
auroe of this ailment. A cold aavor
rasulte In pneumonia, when It Is slv
en. Fur sale at Dr. Stone's drug
store.
StifTftrlng and Dollars Saved.
E. S. Loper, of Marllln, N. Y., says:
"I am a oarpentor nnd have had
many sovoro cuts honied by Buok
len's Arnica Salve. It has snved mo
suffering and dollars. It is by far
the best hoallng salvo I have ever
found." Heals Imrns, soros, ulcors,
fover sores, eczema and pllos; 25o
at J. C. Perry, druggist.
Carda of county candidates $5.
Cards for district and stato candi
dates $10.
For Representative.
I hereby announco mysolf as a can
didate for tho Republican nomina
tion for Roprcscntntlvo at tho prl
tnnrlos, April 17.
HAL D. PATTON.
I hereby nnnounco mysolf as a
oandldato for nomination at tho Re
publican primaries for county su
perintendent of schools.
WALTER M. SMITH.
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THH BK8T ROAST
FAMILY KVKB
Caa be obtained from n
tender and Juicy beef, ms
pork. AH our meata are
from the choicest, and orec
the table to suit the demand
fastidious, Our prices are It
quality man you can flnd
place la Sales),
E. C C It O S ,
Phone Ml. g8
SALEM WATER C(
OFFICII CITY
For water service apply
Bills payable aseathly iB
A. I Motte?, who got $0 from
BjUem merohatiUi on worthiest
brink oaeokm. Ha been ea mured nt
Hols.
DR. KUM
AMeodmeHt Uwltlng the power f dletrlst tWtt'K$ t Hti WletMeat
Thte le the amendment to rtoie u ttltHaiklaafd graad Jry. it
HHOULU ItHOtilVK AN UNANIMOUS SlJlxjQU,
Aet fnr ereatloH of Um Jtlvex etmatyi
OreM mU ww aoHHllei m f9t h they nh h mrhhIm aim hood
HIVHH UOU.VTY SHOULD UK Q)tl&TIII. VOT YUS.
Mut of Ut Mg odUara tr tt4g a wkle lat ef dseMslM ea tleeoe
Hmuer bat ee v eeo ft, now, list 9)m xre ear tttets o tke o
Hii uoia,
'' " ' O ii imi.i-
WHY l'4LUlrAH AN IUUSTHYf
WONDERFUL CIIIMLSi: DOCTOR
Will treat you with Oriental herb
aud cure any disease without opera
Hon or pain.
Dr. Kuut Is known everywhere lo
Balom, and has cured many promi
nent people hero. He has lived In
Salem tor SO years, and can be trust
ed. He uses many medlolnes un
known to white doctors, and with
them eaa cure oatarrh, asthma,
luag troubles. rehumatUm, stomaoh
liver and kidney diseases.
Dr. Kutu makes a polalty o
dtopsy and female troubles. His rem
edies oure private disease when e
erytblng else falls. He has hun
dreds of testimonials, and gives con
sulfation tree. Prices for medicine
very moderate. Persons In the coun
try can write for blank. Send stamj
If you want some extra fine tea.
get It from us.
DR. KUM ROW WO CO.
Proposal for Hiitldlngs and Rent
lug nud Plumbing SyHteius at the
"State Institution for Feeble
Minded."
Sealed proposnls ondonod on tho
outsldo of the onvolopo "Proposal?
for Rulldlngn for Stato Institution
for Feoblo-Mlnded, Salem, Orogon,"
nnd nddreesod lo 8. A. Kozlor, dark
of tho Ronrd of TruBtooe, will bo re
ceived at the otnee of tho Socrotnry
of State, Capitol llulldlng, Salem,
Orogon, until 2 o'clock p. m. of
March 10, 100S, for furnishing ma
terials and labor requlrod to con
struct and completo one framo ad-
ministration building, ono frnmo
dormitory building, ono frnmo horso
nnd oow bara. ono brick laundry
building and one brick boiler house,
I horoby announce mysolf ns n
oandldato for nomination nt tho Re
publican prlmarios for commission
er. II. E. ROIJBHTSON,
Tumor, Oregon.
HICKORY
BARK
Cough Remedy
Coughs, Colds
CROUP j
Whoopmf Coufh
MO,rin
SORE THROAT
THROAT. "dtlNCS
MMMi
MtMY Ul tlVW ML
I hwlHllil
iAirM.outcot.es..
fit. ?wf)JKi tat
Prlcos 25c. KOc. 11.00-
I doslro to place my nnmo bofore flrflt-clasa druirirtits tr,).
is. i . - I "" " ""
run if nniiniinnn nr nmriAti rie n -.
w vuwIW J'l ! iuo tut i a w-
nomlnaUou for County rocordor.
D. O. DRAGER.
I wish to nnnounco to my friends
that I nm a cnndldato for county
troasuror, subject to tho Republican
prlmarios. JOSEPH O. MOORE.
I hereby announco mysolf a cnndl
dnto for count' commissioner on tho
Republican tlckot,
G. D. HOYT,
Jefferson, Ore.
I nm a on nd I date for ofllco of
county Judge, subject to the Ropub
llmin nrlnmrlnH nil Din ntntrnrtn nf
All ...lit. ttlanlul. tl..WlMM. .1.. ' .1..W,,, U
-.. .. ,.,. .IB.mBl m Vr vxmt9 UtoJ al
W. W. IILL.
urate propoeal for heating and plumb 1
Ing systeme. All In etrlot aeoonlanoe
with plans, epaettletaions and In- .. ,, . . .
atraetlotiB to bidders, which may bJ Atrt!10 rn f Wy noP"
oxamlnod at tho oITIqo or tho Score! 3, X Ja-'-W J70 a can
taiy of State. Capitol Rulldlng, nt "to for the nomlnatlSn for county
TORRID ZOl
FUNARCE
..
n - ur
mix
yj
Ute oliloe of W. D. Pugh, Salem, Oro
gon. Mtd at the oflloe of Fred A.
L-gg. Third and Oak streets, Port
land, Oregon,
For further lutormnllQU apply to
W. D. Pushf areklteet. Salem, Ore
gon, or the dork of the Board of
Tt4eteee.
Dated at Salem. Oroa, Fobru
ry 18, 10tS.
S. A. KOXttR.
Clork Uoortl of Trustwee SUte ImU
tuttoa for FoebltwMladed.
2-10-25.8082 4.,
Judge, subject to the Ropubllonn pri
mary olectlon.
WILLIAM BUSHHY.
For AsMwsor.
I hereby announce my candidacy
In the Republloan primaries for as
sessor of Marlon county; pledging
Just and oqo! taxation.
F. J. RIOE
ifrirti
sfllPTil
tJJiilllll
m
Urn
The abov cm reprei:
brick lined Torrid Zone
Guaranteed ksi. ai:ckd acJ
proof. Economical aud Jars'
A. L. FRAS1
238 STATE STItEETJ
Estimates furnished oa &
Strong and HeaRhy Poultry
For Conaty Judge of Marftjn eoun
ty. M. I. Johob. Ills platform will bo
a SOUara deal and fnlr Imnimont tnr
(every one; good roads, no waste of
'nubile. money, etc.
It tmmrtwl taat tke hhc! i wWtk velvet Hrewtag aetata-
hh rwm at wchwh m 10 m tm g 0 nA$ wea mt to Ortem VirrT
TDK HAUVM HIHtWUItY IMJHS NOT RltTAU, A )IIOl OF MQUQlt.
It t e be do Uy kHehlag tW areoteet In .wateo Uru-ecy Hiaitt
U Uatd with vrl eowalry iHwIaota aati thoa tsy as earrv U dhw
IT WIU. NOT VWm A Ktm.tt MIXKIN IX OUKGON TO SIIW'
ItOWS Till! ItllKWItY.
1' TBI ""Mil ' 1 ji..niii. hpm
rm, ,fc.rfii,. fluyeaaealiiBm oeiiawaAasJoaaaaaMooaoosooa
f meaa to jnut hstr j Ant'a Hair w
fcjv, Ikttmfat, f4 -sk hj'r. A tuiMwd, hlr
mftyt ir, "jtyrf As,. ittedKi.ne, a gr watv 1 ? &
'"" "" rT'iiTn njt
have you
Kr ntei u Agare how
aim ue wid Wave tu4ay It
you a! eavi see at at lwtrtt
on aollai or dolkre from
your WAe oseei hh tae yR
tHta earoiag mumy.
lUvet wet aol ow. Wet
oterttag a sata account wtll.
l-t ha hota )OM MVO.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
CAPITA!
NATIONAL BANK
CttiulitLitc!
ho Qoasiilt their own wishes will
alfiO MlHSIlIt nillnlt Imfnra r.alnn
1 "" -"..v uu.u.w feVltlUt)
nr rairue, zzz commercial struct
! iaiHHittBi 1
I Gold Dust Flotii? I
If jeu fsml ObhJohN Imprxnwl Jbili
Yoor km will b meUlHK evtr
freeh una e, Ure nee a ataa
a tfcy wooU ley wUlMot tku teed
Yoa will oxrl. vworeelvee a ad kin u
If ya do our boytM ia uar lls rroot
Gaotl Uteraure oa oooltry ralslajc
free.
TILLSON & CO.
lei HlQH T Ppo i
holustxh-s
ilocky Mouiitaiu Tea Huggis
A t Mtttt In 8qr rVat.
B U HUk i4 tnvi Tj
,J v Ul c ,v, . ijt
. Ki t TVw -4. I4iiMm. gMtwutk, Iwatif
W (V4M. M UrfiOUM UMS4, &
0LSE KUHETS FOR SAL18 rtH
THE PROJvC
TION
Uade bj TUB ITDKITT POW- lOl ,N TiIE Wi ST P
at EX 1H111VHWT HITC nA-u V
Made for Uoily net. Ask jour
frocsr for It. Brn and art
always oa hand.
P. B. Wallace
AGENT
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HIGH G.Arr V05
IATIJ AS IIW At IaSMI Ia
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LIME AND SULPHUR SPRA
DEPENDAM.E BRAIRD
Manufactured by Gideon Stolz Comwy Cor. Mill and SuiBiatf
SAI.KM. OREGON PllONK t '
We gHarttAfeK) this spray to be a strletly pure - "J u
SO.tkt tut a .. , n
For eate by FLETCHER 1ITRD. D. A. WHITE SN!s
SON a). It, It. aiuitSRT A CO. AND AT JFACrORV
P-le $8.50 per barrel; $l.5e crtdH for barrel, tt retar-
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