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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
K. HOFKR, Ed. M- Prop.
Indcpendcat Nowipspcr Derotod to American Principle and
the rrogreu Md Dovtlopement of All Oregon.
rubllibod Krery (renins Kxcept SuncUy, Clera, Oro.
(Inrarlahlr In Adrnnco.)
Dally, by carrier, per yer W.00 1'cr month .60o
La.llr, by Mall, per jrctr.. .. 1X0 1'cr month ......35c
Wookly, bjr mall, per vor ...'.00 Six month OOc
NEW BOOKS AT THE
THE NECESSITY FOR NORMAL SCHOOLS.
Those who contended for one Normal School as against
three or four concede that there Is a necessity for such an
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ONE AND THREE OR FOUR
IS A THEORY.
There is then the objection that three schools of this char
acter form a combine,
But that is not an argument against an institution FOR
TRAINING SCHOOL TEACHERS.
Can the training of public 'School JLeachers with safety be
left to sectarian colleges? m
THE WORST ENEMY OF NORMAL SCHOOLS WILL NOT
ADMIT THAT. A
Can the Methodist, BaptisC Presbyterian or Catholic col
legos supply all the trained publlguscnool teachers that are
IF THEY COULD WOULD THATfBE DESIRABLE?
Must not the state establish the standards of public edu
The only charge that was made in the legislature was that
they formod A POLITICAL COMBINATION TO GET APPRO
PRIATIONS. But the same charge was made against the scalp bounty
bill, the Crater lake road bill, the pilot bill, the Eastern Ore
gon asylum bill.
It would be useless to tell the Honorable Senators, whose
only cry was "WIPE OUT THE NORMAL SCHOOLS," that
there was no combination for the 'Normal Schools.
The chargo ot graft could not be substantiated for a sin
THE STATE HAS ABANDONED ITS POSITION OF SET
TING THE STANDARDS OF PUBLIC EDUCATION.
It will now bo a raco between the private and sectarian
normal schools, of which there aro a score in Oregon.
WHICH SHALL PREDOMINATE IN SUPPLYING OUR PUB
LIC SCHOOLS WITH INSTRUCTORS.
Oregon has indeed been
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Misled by a, (also cry of economy
placed'ln a humiliating position.
GOVERNOR CHAMBERLAIN SHOULD APPLY THE AXE.
Whorover an official has gono to the legislature and used
his political pull to got his salary raised, the Governor should
use tho voto power to protect tho taxpayor.
NO OFFICIAL SALARY SHOULD BE RAISED OR LOWERED
DURING HIS TERM OF OFFICE.
Thoro aio still sevotal hundred bills in tho hands of the
Govornoi and ho lias fivo days to act.
THE PEOPLE WHO PAY THEIR TAXES THIS YEAR WILL
REALIZE THAT POLITICS IS EXPENSIVE BUSINESS.
Raising salaiies is foi all time to.como.
It is not just tho fow bundled dollais tho official gots who
asks for it now.
BUT NOT ONCE IN A THOUSAND TIMES ARE SALARIES
It is not appiopiiations that urn taxes up so much as the
steady drain of numborloss salaiies,
OFFICIALS HIGH AND LOW ALL GO TO WORK ON THE
LEGISLATURE TO GET THEIR SALARIES RAISED.
Tho only piotoclion against this universal graft is tho
Tho oxactions of tho tax gatherer are almost onough to
drlvo men out of business.
Taxos foimorly bociura duo in tho fall,
NOW IT IS IN THE SPRING, AND SOON IT WILL START
IN THE FALL.
In ton years tho tax gathorers have stolon nearly one yoar
on tho taxpayors, and whoro will it stop ?
Auoiimulutu ilollura ami charac
ter at thu Hiuno time.
A koo'I combination Dollars
ami Oliurnatur anil both obtain
able through a determination to
It tukoa staying qunlitloa to win
out, but It lmya big dividends for
Start a savings acoount with ub.
The Ohio StMtu Journal note, the
mleprlutu look muuli funnier to the
editor whon thuy'ro In some other
paper. Yes, but they look nbqut tun
tlnu'H an big In his own papor.
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ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION I0XES
Tho following aro the books re
cently acquired by tho public library,
and now ready for circulatien:
Royce, Spirit of Modern Philoso
phy. Hibbcn, Probloms of Philosophy.
Algor, Moral Overstrain.
Twain, Christian Bclonco.
Mabie, Life of tho Spirit.
Royco, Outllnoo of Psychology.
American Academy of Political
Social Science, Social Legislation and
Earle, Two Centuries of Costume
Johnston, American Politics.
Painter, Great Pedagogical Essays
Wilson, Congressional Govern
ment. Dillon, Costumo in England.
Edgren, Italian and English Dic
tionary. Gobc, French-English Dictionary..
Plos, Flame, Electricity nnd the'
Wright, Distillation of Alcohol.
Watt, Dictionary of Chomlstry.
Donaldson Modern Hot Wator
Liiibko, History of Art.
Muthor, History of Painting.
Hrandos, Main Currents In 19th
Carlylo, History of Literature.
Colerldgo, Shakespeare- and Other
Corson, Introduction to Browning
Dunlap, History of Peaso FIcton
Granger, Indox to Poetry nnd Reci
tation. Hutton, Literary Landmarks of
Johnson, Lives of tho English
Morris, Specimens of Early English.
Northrop, Peerless Rocltor.
Petrarch, Sonnets, Triumphs and
Phlllln8. Paola and Frnnccscn.
Hazlitt, Sketches and Essays.
Hazlltt, Round Table.
Hnzlltt, English Poets.
MiiKllll. Spirit of tho Age.
'.Inzlltt, Plain Speaker.
Tlii'lltt, LItoraturo of tho Ago of
Pollard, English Mlrnclo Plays.
Shaw, Plays, Pleasant nnd Un
pleasant. Sohoror, History of German LItora
turo. Wondoll, Tompor of 17th Contury
In English LItoraturo.
WornorB, Iloadlngs nnd RooltntloaJ
History nnd Travol
Abraham, Jewish Life In tho Mid
Aithton, Sooltl Lifo in tho Rolgn of
Ileal, Information Roadors.
Dill. Roman Sooloty.
Vliilny, History of Grooco.
Guerbor, How to Prepare for Eu
rope. Horbortson, Europo
JtMHtopp, Coming of tho Friars.
GrouHOt, Schoolboy Day in Italy
GrouuxH. Schoolboy days In Franoe
Groii(iat, Sohoolhoy Days In Ruj-
TlRtehr, Short Hlttory of Mdlae
Thomna, Roman Llf Undsr tho
Unlwo, NovU. 1G vols.
Ilooth. Post Girl.
KUkftld. Mult of Yesterday.
PaMure. Catherine of CftlftUi.
Pasture, Unlueky Family.
Hewlett. HalfwRy House.
llarr. Strawberry Hnndkorohlef.
Sae. Robert Towrnay.
Potter. Castle of Twilight.
Ohuef. Doctor Ramenu.
Eyre. Loading Lady.
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It causes bad breath, ulceration,
death nnd decav of hones I093 of
thinking and reasoning power, kills
ambition nnd enorgy, often causes
loss of appetite, indigestion, dys
pepsia, raw throat and consumption
It needs attention at once. Curo it
with Gauss' Catarrh Curo. It Is a
quick, radical, pormanont curo, bo
cause it rids tho system of the poi
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Have your Money in our Bank
and pay your Bills with Checks
1st. It is convenient.
Id. It nvolds keeping receipts. 8d. It pleases the receiver.
Ith. It requires no chnngc.
tith. It gives you n business air. Oth. It establishes a credit.
7th. It gives you rt financial standing
We want your business, however small. Deposit your
salary every week and draw the money as you need it.
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WHY NOT BUY
A pure and wholesomo bovcraga that Is sold In all tho cltl
of Western Oregon nnd Northern California.
Made of the Choicest Malt and Hop;
Grown in Marion County
Made of Filtered Water and strictly In accordanco with tho
Puro Food Law Salem Deer Is tho best mild beverage offered tho
Mado by scientific processes nnd guaranteed puro and whole
somo. No adulteration. No drugs or cuomlcnls and undor tho moit
perect sanitary conditions Address all orders to
Salem Brewery Association
C. K. GAUSS
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suffering from this dangerous an
loathsome disease that Gauss' Ca
tarrh Cuie will actually curo any
enso of catarrh quickly, no matter
how long stnudlng or how bad, I will
boikI a trial package by mail free of
all coit. Send us your name nnd
nddren today and the troatment wlU
he sent you by return mall. Try It!
It will positively curo so that you
will ho welcomed Instoad of shunned
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WANTED IN ALASKA
This coupon good for one
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Catarrh Curo, mailed froo In plain
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and addross on dotted linos bolow
and mall to
C. K. OAl'SS, !12i:i Main Street
HOW TO OPERATE A MOVING PICTURE MACHINE AT HOME.
How to Ront or Buy n Moving Plcturp Machine.
How to Mnko Dig Monoy at Entortalnmonta and Amusomonts.
How to Obtain Positions Which Pay $35 por Weok.
How to Rccomo a Finished Oporntor.
Wo Givo Instructions That Aro Simple nnd Interesting.
Wo Havo tho Nowost Mothod of Teaching by Mall.
Wo Sond You, on Rccolpt of $1.00, Comploto Instructions. .
Wo Teach Oporators How to Pass All Examinations.
Wo Roprosont tho Leading Film Exchange
Remittances to Independent Theatrical Exchange, 100, 101, 10:1
liurko lliilldlug, Seattle, Wash.
WARDEN SCHOOL OF OPERATORS
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50, 150 and 200 Egg Incubators, good as new,
used but little, for sale cheap. Also new and
O. L. McPEEK
170 S. Commercial, St. Salem, Oregon
FAMOUS HORSE TRAINER.
Is now located at Cauby Oregon,
the beet winter quarter In the Nortn
vroet for training and developing
young horses. Sam has room for a
few more proipeots, either for the
road or fack and would llko 'o
communicate with anybody wishing
tholr horse trained. Mr. Casto Is
oonoedod to bo tho best colt man In
tho West and his buccoss on tho Sa
lem track hoars out this statement.
Terms roasonablo and satisfaction
SAM CASTO, Cnnby, Oregon.
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Family Liquor Store
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Seattle. Wash.. Fob. 23.Four
thousand men will be needed during
the summer soawin for railroad con-J
struotlon work In Alaska. M. J. He-'
uey, tho contractor, said today thit
hu tins lioon rnnutMtod bv tho nromul I
ers of tho Copper River railway to
fiinti li.-i ittU titles aAnaMi nrt.l t- ' VB
tead of the 60 iuIIn wjilch ho had
contracted to build, it Is probable
bM 100 m'lo of tho lino will be oom
liletetl boforo cold woather sots In.
As planned at present the Copper
Rlvor railway will run trains during
the winter, so that trnval to and from
the Interior may bo facilitated.
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Niagara, the tried and
provod 32 tost. Prices on appli
cation. Special No. 2, guaran
teed 30 tost, at $0.50 por ro
gation barrol, full measure at
Salem. Made only by Oregon
Spray & Gas Co.. Portland, Or.
Hood Rlvor Spray Mfg Co.
Hood Rlvor, Or. On Sale at
Salem by H. P. Ohaso. succes-
m ear to Chase & Skalfo. Golden
A Rulo Daxarr. Mrs. D. T. Swart,
144- Commercial St
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