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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, PRECOX, MONDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1912.
The Capital Journal
The Barnes -Taber Company
GRAHAM P. TABER, Kdltor and Mnnagor
An Independent Nowupnpor Devoted toAinorlcnn Principles nnd tlio TroKrosa
and Development of Salem In Particular and All Oregon In Gonoral
Piihllslicd V.very KtimiIiir V.tivyt Huiulny. HnlMn, Orison
(Invurliibly In Advnnce)
Dnlly, lT Carrier, jicr year ...J5.20 Ver month. .Kt
Pnllv, by Mull, pur yenr 4.00 Vet month.. .We
Wwkly. by P'T ynr .... l.nn Hit montln.BQc
H'M. I.EAHHI) WlltH TKUKlltAl'H HHI'OIIT
ior ax ori-:x river.
THE Iltllo excursion ypstcnlay down
Hie river to l.liu oln nnd lim it to
nr.il above fliiH'in a mile r two, be
ftirit'H fnrnlKliliiK a dollulilful outliiK,
mny reanlt In a boot for an open
rlvnr (lie year round. In a sort of per
functory way wo all unilerntaml tbat
the Willamette furnishes a clieap
ii:u!o of transportation, to people llv
liiK near It, but wo do nut realize what
that nieanH. In oilier vordn, few If any
of ua, realize the great area, and the
vfiHt number of people, whoso only ac
cess to maiketa In by way of the Wil
The fact that the river Is practically
unnnvlgablo for several months each
car works a severe hardship on those
who must depend on it, for gettlnn
their crops to market, and It retards
the settlement and development of
the country tributary to it.
The United Slates engineers have
worked out a plan for giving the val
ley an open river the year round, one
that they claim Is practical and cer
tain In its results, that will permit
beats of good size to run tho year
reiinil, and will Mill leavo the river
1 radically as open as It Is now for
(lie winter floods.
Tho people of tho whole va'ley
should get behind this movement, and
bring such pressure to bear on con
gress that. It may be put in execution.
The newspapers of the valley will, 111
this, as In all other things, do their
bt st, and thero Is no reason why suf
ficient pressure cannot be put on con
gress to get tho necessary appropria
tions, Tho Capital Journal purposes giving
the engineers' plana alluded to the
fullest publicity It can, and will In the
near future publish the plans In detail.
Suffice It for tho present, that the pro
posed Bystem provides for a series of
leeks and dams, tho latter so arranged
that they can be lowered in time of
high, water, so that the river can have
the whole of its channel to carry Its
flood waters unhampered by them.
Such dams, so It Is said, are In use
on the Ohio, and are a success.
Another thing In this connection Is
that with these dams, the waste water
furnishes vast power, which could bo
utilized In pumping water onto adja
cent lands for Irrigation. And this
would open up a big field for growing
late garden vegetables for the Port
The soil Is most prolific In tho world
and with water for Irrigation, the
truck growers would sure have a down
hill pull In accumulating a big bank
A Rl l.lEl' TO l lUTOItS.
ONU week more' nnd the newspapers
at least will be relieved of a Job
lot of mall that surely Is a nuisance of
largo proportions. Political publicity
bureaus, campaign managers, national
ami state, Republican, Democratic and
all other brands, kinds and breeds,
have for the past three mouths bad
job offices and typewrters lmsy pre
paring campaign "literature," a goodly
pillion of which Is unloaded on the
newspapers with request to publish, a
request that is certainly not complied
villi. If Tln Journal bad reprinted,
which by the way It could not Inside
ol fifty pages a day editions, the set
ting of the type alone would cost
thousands of dollars.
In this connection The Journal
( ret; i.-V-r..-a.nwyry.n
MEW offlie F
5 mil; :
The trial of Ethel Eechtl, who on
August II slabbed and killed her hus
band at Portland, began at Portland
yesterday. She Is charged with mur
der In the first degree.
Ktve hundred men are now employed
on the Celllo canal, fifteen miles above
Tho Dalles. They putting In 11 big
gates which will require 3.000.000
pounds of metal, Iron nnd stcd.
That big blast at Monroe was fired
Wednesday. At places the dirt and
rock were thrown high In the air. but
It was a rather tame affair, as a show.
A straw vide taken at Ix'tits Monday
shows public sentiment thero is In
favor of annexation to Portland.
John D.'s coal oil Is so poor that
Medford finds Itself unable to make
wishes to say to many who have sent
political articles to it for publication,
and which did not appear In Its col
umns, that It. was not on account of
the subject matter they were not
printed, but for lack of space. Con
tributors are apt to reason, "My article
was not very long and surely The
Journal could have found spac.o for
It." This is true, but tho fact Is over
looked that tbero are dozens and doz
ens of others each III tho samo boat.
The Individual articles were not so
long, but with from a dozen to twenty
each day, it can easl'y bo soon that
(hero would bo no room for anything
else, llesldes, Just so soon as ono per
son's article Is published, there are a
half-dozen or more "replies," nnd if
these are published in turn, there are
as many criticisms for each of them
until the brood gets beyond control.
A drop of water is not large, but col
lectively they make tho ocean.
Every newspaper man from Maine
lo Oregon is glad the campaign Is
about at. an end. Much more so than
those In other pursuits, for they aro
loaded down, swamped, with tons of
political trash, that will cease from
troubling after November ..
An "ex-teacher" in the I, Inn County
Advocate calls attention to the care
tint Is given to raising horses, cattle,
and other stock, the amount, of money
eiended therefor, and all that sort of
argument, and deplores that nothing
is done towards raising better, strong
er ami healthier children, Ho is trend
ing on rather forbidden ground, for
his argument followed to its legitimate
c occlusion, would naturally end in the
selection of sires and breeding for
"traits"-and all that sort of thing, and
for this, w ith all our fads and fancies,
the American people are hardly ready
yet. There may be a time when In
stead of saying a man is tho son of
Mr. and Mis. American, that his pedi
gree will be mentioned ns Is done with
blooded stock, but anyway, If this dots
happen, It will be In the remote future.
'I lie underlying principles of Kipial
Suffrage do not seem to appeal to Mrs.
Ura Ortli, sentenced to tho pen, but
paroled. She seems to be satisfied to
let the male portion of humanity have
entire possession of the state prison,
without having the least desire to butt
in on the job on an equality, or other
wise. DEMOCRATS IIEI.lt A
.Mi:i:n(j at c.ervais
The Democrat Ic candidates for coun
ty offico held a meeting at Gorvals
Saturday, which was well attended.
J Daniel J. l'ry, chairman of tho county
.central committee, had charge of the
i meeting. The candidates present and
- making speeches were W. H. Downing,
Francis Feller, John E. T. II. llren-
tiino, James Swegle, A. B. Iluddleson,
ill. I Clark and J. V. Wehruni. August
lluckestoln. of this city, was also
present, and gavo a resume of the
speeches of all the candidates In his
usual ami pleasing forceful manner.
OF FIND IS RAISED
With 20 new subscriptions coming
In Saturday forenoon to tho Y. M. C.
A. budget fund toward the raising of
which the campaign Is now in progress
tho totals show more than half of the
$:l."i00 which Is to be pledged within
tho next week. The total amount to
,tbat date is $lS(Mi.fiO.
gas of It and auto owners are also
complaining of tho same poor old
man's gasoline being no account,
Eastern Oregon reports slnvp com
ing lu from the ranges fat and In fine
A store at llourne, belonging to Mrs.
Anna Wlcgand was totally destroyed
by flro last Saturday. The loss Is
about $1,000, partly covered by insur
ance. The Minnesota Investment. Company
last week purchased 1300 acres of land
Mil l.lnn county for which It paid
$'30,000. Samo land deal, that.
Entll Harris, a young man working
for the lT. S. engineers on the Jetty at
tho mouth of the Columbia, was acci
dentally knocked off tho trestle Fri
day and was drowned.
j u r is- n i u
Not only does the office of the state
labor commissioner give tho number
of churches and church members In
the state, but als0 even attempts to
separate the sheep from tho goats. Tho
offico is unique In Its nll-embraclve-
iit ss. A compiling of Information on
labor conditions in the state is only a
small part of the work of the office.
Among other Items, aside from labor,
churches, sheep and goats, are fac
tories, mills power plants, pop-corn
vendors, horses, cows, dogs nnd a bun
dled nnd ono other animals and
The report will show that In tho
state of Oregon there are 1417 re
ligious bodies with a total membership
of 1 l."l,779, and a total of 1190 places of
worship. The total value of church
property in the state aggregates $,",-
04,1118, and tho total Indebtedness
only $:!73,810. There aro 30 parson
ages valued at $SJS,3S8. The whole
number of denominations In the state
Is given as 32.
Turning to the subject of sheep, the
report will show a total of 2.409.S00 of
the animals In the state. There are
'MO sheep firms with 8022 men em
ployed. Malheur is the most extensive
sheep county, Its total in the number
of nnlinals being 380,000, with 1110
ft: ins and tl'iO men employed. Morrow
and fniatllla each have about 200,000
sheep in their folds. Marion county,
l.as 111.200, and Polk has 115,000 sheep.
Data on sheep conditions was furnish
ed tho office by Herbert Boylen sec
retary of the board of sheep commis
sioners. Flour and I ced Mills.
The report will show an aggregate
of lh! flour, feed and grist mills in
the state, valued at $2,723,1 ".0. There
Is an average of 02.") employes and 101
proprietors or firm members. There
are 307 wage earners who were paid
up to tho year ending August 31, $278,
I'i.'O. Salaried employes received $141,
2S.1, unskilled laborers aro paid from
$!." to $2.r.(l a day, and skilled labor
ers, $4 and $5 a day.
Salem Renders Should Learn (o Keep
the kidneys Well.
The kidneys have a big work to do.
All tho blood In tho body is coursing
through the kidneys constantly to bo
freed of poisonous matter. It is a
heavy enough task when the kidneys
are well, but n cold, chill, fover or
somo thoughtless exposure Is likely
to irritate, inflame nnd congest the
kidneys and Interrupt tho purifying
Then the aching begins, and Is us
ually accompanied by somo Irregular
ity of tho urine too frequent pas
sages, sediment or retention. Thou
sands testify to tho wonderful merit
of I loan's Kidney Pills, a remedy for
the kidneys only, that has been used
In kidney troubles 75 years. You will
make no mlstako lu following this
Salem citizen's advice.
John Conger. $43 X, Seventeenth
St., Salem, Oregon, says: "Doan's
Kidney Pills havo been used In my
family with great benefit. I also
know of other people who tave taken
this remedy for kidney trouble with
tho best possiblo results."
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It Is a lack of balance of
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It causes Eye Strain, Head
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i! THE OPEN FORUM
V. The cVpltal Journal Invites pub
" lie discussion In this department
Let both sides of all matters
be fully brought out It is not
the purpose of this newspaper to
I do the thinking for Its readers.
That Dull Doom- Socialist.
In his apology to his "Socialist
friends," Mr. Ira Vernon declares his
political creed, and then hooraya for
"Teddy" who stnnds for the very op
posite of that creed. But this Is nbout
as nenr to consistent political action
as some people ever get.
Mr, Roosevelt favors tho control of
the country's Industry by a board to
be appointed by himself. This is a
centralization of power beyond the
wildest dreams of any potentate on
earth. It Is to nationalize Industry
for the trusts so that a strike would
bo treason against the government,
would be put down by the V. S. army
and tho agitator would be a traitor to
bo dealt with by court martial. A
fine prospect, 'that, for one who pro
fesses adherence to 'collective own
ership and democratic management
of tho mills." ' -W-
When you have put the control of
all general Industry Into the hands of
one man, you have completed a des
potism that has no equal- in the
world. A Bull Moose Socialist 1st
impossible. L. D. ItATLIFF.
The sick man of Europe never need
ed aid more than now.
SALEM BANK &
GENERAL BANKING AND
With our assurance that we are
able and willing to take care ot
it, we solicit your Banking Busi
ness. Open an account with us,
and we will extend you every
tavor consistent with good bank
WE PAY FbrR PER CENT
Corner State and Liberty Streets
J. L. Ahlera, President
W. G. East, Cashier.
S. S. East, Vice President
Dr. L. B. Steevea, L, H. Roberta,
to You for
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Rent the Oliver Typewriter at the
rate of $3 per month or 17 cents
When you have made the final pay
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You buy the typewriter at the regu
lar price, 'on a rental basis that's the
way the plan works out
This proposition applies to the new
est model the famous No. 5 with no
extra charge for "Prlntype."
There are thousands who find It In
convenient to pay the lump sum of
$100 for Tho Oliver Typewriter.
Young men nnd young women just
starting out In life
Professional people who consider
the typewriter In the light of an of
Business people who need all the
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Club women, school teachers and
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R. A. LUCAS, Local Agent,
Tel. Main 633. 204 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Salf m Oregon.
The underalgned hereby announces
his candidacy for city marshal and
chief of police, subject to the city pri
maries. D. W. GIBSON.
For Clly Recorder.
I heroby announce my candidacy for
city recorder at the primaries Novem
ber 4th. Plntforui Courtesy, correct
records of proceedings, law and evi
dence. EARL RACE.
Chnrlcs F. Elgin,
Cnndldnto for Nomination
To the people of Salem: I desire
to serve a second term, and submit my
official record as my recommendation.
Samuel 0. Iturkliart
Candidate for nomination for office
ot City Marshal,
It. A. Crossan.
Candldnte for re-election to the of
fice of City Treueurer at the primar
ies to be held in the city of Salem, Or.,
November 4, 1912.
Clins. VV. Brunt.
Candidate for City Marshal. My
promise: "I will protect you under
the laws and cinch you if you break
For City Marshal.
Frank II. Shedeck, candidate for city
marshal of Salem, Oregon. Primaries
November 4, 1912.
WARREN- T. RICHES.
Independent candidate for assessor,
Turner, Oregon. "For a business ad
ministration of the office. Fair treat
ment to all; special favors to none."
W. W. HILL,
Candidate for councilman, Fifth
ward. (Paid adv.)
For County Recorder.
H. L. Clark, Independent Democrat
ic candidate for the office of county
recorder, the candidate endorsed
unanimously by the Marlon County
Democratic committee and the Inde
pendent Taxpayers League. Platform:
Courtesy, strict economy and reduc
tion of taxes. 9-25-tf
Congressman W. C. Hawley
Should Be Re-Elected to
Because In point of ability, experience
und qualifications no opposing can
didate can favorably compare with
Because he has been a faithful public
servant, working up to a position of
Influence In national affairs so that
Presidents Taft and Roosevelt, his
associates of all parties and constit
uents generally, praise him In terms
similar to those used by Governor
West, after a visit to the National
Capital when he said In an inter
view: "In intellect, oratorical abil
ity and devotion to the Interests of
the people, Hawley stands head and
shoulders above tho majority of the
members of the National House of
Hlir Crowd Greets Johnson.
Fall River, Mass., Oct. 26. Gover
nor Hiram Johnson, of California,
spoke here today to an enormous
ciowd. Immediately nfterward be went
to New Bedford to deliver another ad
dress. He will make a whirlwind
campaign In Maine on Monday and ou
Tuesday will tour Connecticut.
See me before you do anything.
C. M. LOCKWOOD
Phoie Mala lS
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