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DAILY f CAPITAL iJWDRKAL, BAJjMI, ORHOON, TUESDAY, MARCH St, 1W.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
K. 1IOFKU, Editor and Proprietor
Independent tfewtpaper Deroted to American Principle and
tbo I'rofrcM mi) Derelopement of All Oregon,
rublltbed Brerr Brenlng Bieept BinUy, Elem, Ore.
(InrMUblr In Adrance.)
Uilly, b carrier, per rear. W.W 1'er month .6Ao
Diil It, by mult, per yer. 4.00 1'er month 85c
Weeklr, bjr null, per ycr- ..... ....... '.00 Six montht . Wc
U NT NLA BE L
DEALING WITH THE COLLEGE HAZING EVIL.
Woodburn Grange resolutions publlshd in this paper hit the
hazing abuses at colleges right between the eyes.
Neither the students nor the faculties of our colleges and
universities SEEM CAPABLE OF DEALING WITH THE PROB
LEM. It should bo made the duty of the district attorneys to
deal with It, If it is not already their duty according to law.
What right have college students to commit outrages on
tho person of other students ANY MORE THAN ANY OTHER
CRIMINALLY INCLINED INDIVIDUAL?
Nono whatover, and nonce they have no right to enjoy im
munity from tho punishment provided by law for such of
fenses, Let tho laws bo onforcod against those enjoying the hlgh
ost privileges of socloty, AS WELL AS AGAINST THE POOR
Tho authorities should oxpol students found guilty of haz
ing and forovor forbid thorn entering a stato-aidod college.
Tho student at tho Oregon Agriqultural College who drew
a butchor knife and also threatened to shoot hazers was in
tho right. v
Ho assorted tho unwritten law of self-defense against
cowardly assailants, who IN THE NAME OF FUN AND COL
LEGE SPIRIT COMMIT OUTRAGES.
That put an ond to tho practice at Corvallls that was fast
dogonoratlng into criminality that is a discrodit to alleged
soats of loarning.
Only Monday the tolograph brought tho news of hazing to
death of Charles Stintson at Minneapolis, A STUDENT TIED
UP TO A TREE BY THE HEELS.
IS THAT ANY LESS THAN KIDNAPING OR MURDER?
It Is said at tho ond of tho tologram that it is oxpectod
that arrests will follow, but thoy never do, as ovorybody
sooms afraid to incur tho ill will of alleged collogo spirit.
It Is to bo hoped tho grango generally will tako up this
TRIBUTE TO THE LATE GEORGE T. ANGEL
This Is tho briof and slmplo story of George T. Angol's lifo
-ho was a fighter in a groat causo In which there was no
roward oxcopt tho satisfaction of mind and conscience that
comos to him who Is ovor tho champion of right. Ho llvod
to oxompllfy tho faith expressed in those linos;
"Tho snmo forco fashlonod tho sparrow that fashioned man,
Tho God of tho wholo gnvo n spark of soul to furrod and
And am I my brothers keopor? and I will fight his fkht,
And spank tho word for boast and bird till tho world shrill
soft things right."
PUT UP GOOD FRUIT EXHIBITS.
Largo stocks and flno show windows aro ono of tho bost
advortisomonts of this city.
In llko mannor fruit oxhiblts in our retail stores CAN BE
MADE TO ADVERTISE THE CITY.
A Salem merchant who put out a bomitlful display of or
anges, applos and pinoapplos incionsod his salos 100 por
Bad fruit displayed in front of out storos is a DISCREDIT
TO THIS SECTION AS A FRUIT COUNTRY.
Flno fruit displays not only incronso salos but give the
buslnoss of tho stroot a fino appear nnco.
There Is not a retail grocer or fruit stand in tbo city but
could holp advortise Salem BY SPENDING SOMETHING ON
Ton dollars a wook spent on making a fruit display and a
fow hours spont on making an exhibit would holp advertise
USE NEWPAPERS TO GET HOMESEEKERS.
. Tho Snlom Board of Trndohns concluded to use mora Sa
eom nowspnpers to got homosookers.
Tho picturo books and other advertising mattor is all
GOOD IN ITS WAY BUT EXPENSIVE.
So all Inquirers for Informatoin about Salem, In addition to
tho Salem booklots, aio to rooeivo Saturday and Sunday Sa
Tho Salem dalllos will bo used as a follow-up T0 INTER
EST PEOPLE COMING WEST IN OUR CITY AND COUNTRY.
Every pason who writos to the Board of Trado during the
wook will roceivo a frosh copy of Salem Saturday and Sun
Tho Saturday Journal will as usual havo news of improve
ments, now bulldligs and prog'osslvo movements,
Scientists fool sure thoy havo found tho skoloion of n ducK
tiiraa million yonrs old. That duck was ono that nave found
Its wny to a Snlom poultry markot.
Anyono interested In forestry legislation should got n copy
of tho spooch dowered by Hon. John W. Weeks qf Massa
chusetts in the House of Representatives March 1, 1900. It
Is a mnstorpioce on that subiect.
A CHANCE TO MAKE POLITICAL CAPITAL.
Creating new offices and commissions, erectin gnew insti
tutions and extenslng old ones, there was no way to make
much politcall capital in the legislature.
The Senate was held as in a vice in the grip of the com
bined interests to kill labor bills AND ALL LEGISLATION AD
VERSE TO TRUSTS AND CORPORATIONS.
What could they make political capital of but the normal
Institutions attended three-fourth by women fell an easy
prey to men DRIVEN TO FIND SOMETHING TO STRIKE OUT.
Had the normal schools been attended only by young men,
or were there as many young men in them even as young
women, the blows would not have fallen.
But a lot of schoolma'ams who have no votes INSPIRE N0
RESPECT IN THE SOLONS.
Look at the national guard, composed entirely of voters,
THEY GOT AN OFFICE CREATED FOR LIFE.
The same was true of the State University and Agricul
BOTH HAVE THOUSANDS OF VOTERS AND GET WHAT
But school-ma'ams are feeble creatures and we can econo
mize. It was our only chance to make political capital AND WE
MAD TO DO IT.
We were out of meat and had to nail the hides of the
normal school woodchuck on the bam door.
Well, here's hoping some good may come of It.
The Oregonian is now publishing articles favorable to dis
trict normal schools, and editorials for county normal schools.
What a rich old joker tlfe Oregonian is- ,anyhowl It is a
joke to take It seriously.
Our representatives, Hawley and Ellis, voted for the ship
subsidy bill pending in Congress, which vote was taken just
prior to adjournment. W. H. Parker in Forest Grove Times,
'IT SBEM8 FITTING THAT WE SHOULD HERE EXPRESS
OUR APPRECIATION OP THE GENEROUS
PATRONAGE OP THE PEOPLE."
A Word to the Wise
stops runaway ! Sk;n of Baaut Is a Joy Forever
By spending less than they
make. The very best place
to put your savings
United States National Bank
m W 'Vilrfw
OUK LARGE ASSORTMENT
of hnnd8orne sash, doors and blinds
arc niado from tho flno quality of
lumber tbnt wo keep in our high
grado and complcto stock. Wo havo
fino grained wood for high class
work, without a flaw in it, and tho
bost stock of building lumbor of nil
kinds In both soft and hard wood to
bo found In Salem.
A. M. HANSEN'
I'liono illl. Cor. Mfll and CI lurch St.
Hut for tho good homcmnnnhlp of
Wnltor Johnson today, a fractious
tonm which ho was driving would ,,
havo wont hondlonc Into tho front nr.gtL
doors of tho I'netlmo saloon. Ono of "g
tho hornoft was an absolute stranger
to harness, nnd when tho tonm was
turned at tho intersection of Com
merolnl nnd Stato Btcots, coming
south, tho unlamod ono "mado a
break" and hlssldo jmrdnor, think
ing ho would travol a llttlo hlmso'f,
tunn, nlnnc T)id rnatitt wn .Tnhnjuin
t lflaHiiiiiiJI !& &.. lli !. h.m
ended thorn both up on tho sldownlk, l UMmPMM.: Ly Ji nuuuu
imilinK nit-i. iu mi mnuur ,..uiu.- , ... .. , . . , , ,. , - .
Hutu. Nolthor of tho animals wore MUt" ,,"v,"ni "t"' "'""'
Injured, and only slight dnmago was j
dono to tho rig.
pvB. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIHER
IUmcTti Tan. rimile,
Krttkltt, Moth l'.tcl..
lU.b, and ftkla l)l ,
ana tY.rf Ditmi'k
00 totality, and Mr
fit. tUKctlon. It
ha Hood tot tr.t
of to ytart, anil
I) to harm!... t
la prorwrlf mult.
(lt of itmlUr
nun. Dr. L. A.
Harit ald to
l4r of tkt haul
too (a patl.nlu
"At rou ladle.
UI um ,nn.
kt Itaat nan&ful of all tbt
i and fancy.
g32 flf W
If you should Iirvo h cold, n fow
dosen of Konnedy's I.nxntlvo Cough
Syrup will Mat vary promptly. Chil
dren twpeolally Ilk Kennedy's I-nxn-lira
CimikIi Syrup, bs It tsttttw o
Miiod. ntmrly llk niHple siiRNr. It Is
wlil by nil drtiKKlHtu.
When nil the tinuuutH! nnd badly
uittri lund In tho United States Is used
nnd well mod tho state will fool lets
crowded with 200,000.000 than they
do now with 86.000,000.
Thft Store! of Prize Winning Pastry.
Fourteen pruc (nearly nil of tlicui
firU)cnit of fifteen entrio of cakes uud
fine pastry is u record that any woman
tulght envy. Tll wbii the Hhowiug nwdc
recently by Mrs. J II CluuUin, J99 S
Itoulevitrd, AtlunU, O.a , at the lJeor;ia
StHtc l'nir Her explanation of her uc
cm is .let nlelly ttiterv4iHg; lic write-
"I eHlotttt Htwc nlH aiul Ma t at the
notuU tUI PW, AIUMU !' wMtiKhlfi
IHwmaHMinkt. ll.it hiat Mtwlum n4 tw
HWOtiaW dm ptM. Vut Aikt jrmlum uh k"''
itUtOtfy I NHiltwt my ucec ih cak iuw.hk
aHw.K'htr U vm4mk COTTOUKNlt awj uo(
Mr. ClMitain w the wifcof the Matter '
Mctfhunicof llicWcvteruvV Atlantic K K .
ami rHJoy a local icpuUtKm fur her
fine cooking Not only dttes lie llax j
COTTOUltNlt iu HwViug vHke orcrutU, '
and other uwitrv; but for frvlug chicVen, '
fith, eta, tile tfnd it unctpMiled l'or 1
ocr nine year the haa not had a pound
of lard In her uouc,ulug COTTOLUNK
Vou'e (ft no uc for ny
p..--' nee ' FVKRYBODY S. No?
l)e-n': tunrern vou? No?
It IT hia.h rriced freight, coal, ;-J
Iu nber pure !ooJ cheap water
MAtl TtuthUtour Yef 'Ih4t'
wlwt EVBRVIIODVS U fa.
Cm it j cut oat an article occaun
a!" v ttid nnd k to voar cowfrewmin.
Things will hefjn to wove x ou
won't feel w powtrlcM.
Kr miIo liy
II, Wiprut .V Co.
ComtiU'rvlnl Hook Stort.
(', . l'litiinni.
Family Liquor Store
14-4 Commercial SL
I SALEM BREWERY!
Beer Sold in Carload Lots.
Shipments in Kegs or Bot
tled Beer to any Point on
the Pacific Coast : : : :
i Brewing Plant and Offices
; ; On Trade St.. In Wholesole District Salem, Oregon ; ;
A small bnnk account is
givon tho snnis careful at
twtlon by our officers as a
Inrgo ono. Wo invite yoi;
Stirpluk V prttUlt rtnuHl $2.iHH.
J. II. .UtHrt, rrxv4ilout.
K, M. Cnlwin, Vice ltv.
Jw, II. AUnrt. CnhUir.
Snell and Harvard
$25, $30, $35, $40
PIERCE BICYCLES aro too well and favorably known to need much praise. This year
we have a new model in the Pierce Line. THE HEAVY SERVICE MODEL, built to
stand abnormal use; extra heavy frame and forks, steel rims, G, & J, tires and coaster,
S45.00. Please note we make no extra charge for steel rims on this model,
SNELL BICYCLES The old reliable; Hussey bars, G. & J, tires, coaster brake. $40.00
HARVARD BICYCLES This is a bicycle that we equip to suit the rider; prices range
from $25.00 to $45.00, acording to equipment.
BICYCLE REPAIRING Our repair department Is in charge of the best bicycle man in
Salem; sick bicycles called for and delivered. Give us a trial,
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