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he Capital Journal
CHARLES H. FISHEB
.Sept. mb.T 7, 1!'!.".
TI ODAV i:vi:i(!.
Editor tnd Manager.
Editorial Page of T
PUBLISH Y.U KVEBY KVENINO KXCEIT SUNDAY, SALEM, OKEGOX, BY
Capital Journal Ptg. Co., Inc.
L. 8. BAKXES,
CHAS. n. FISHER.
DOB A C. AXDRESE.V,
Sec. and Trens.
most curious French I ever listened to. It was absolutely j James K. Lynch Only
lawless as to grammer and occasionally bankrupt as to 1 f anHifp nf Rankpr5
substantives; but he had not the least difficulty in making unaiaaH! w DdLhwa
himself iinrWctfwl flnri nnp snmect nin Tint WOl'I'V flllH Setrlc. VVa,!i.. Smt. ".James K
more than another." On November 12 of the same year,
he quotes John Morley as saying after a dinner at the'
White House : "The two things in America which teem to
me most extraordinary are Niagara Falls and President'
And so the gossip runs on. lhere is just enougn in it ! Lynch has mj the office of vice pre-i-
The capital Journal c.urri,T by atf instructed to put the papem on the to excite an appetite f or more preferably for that which
Daily It furrier, tor year (500 Per month
D&1I7 by D'uil, per year
3.00 Per month. .
YUU. LEASED WIRE TELEGRAPH KEl'OKT
Seattle-. VWIi.. Sopt.
I.vn'.h. of Sua Francisco, via the only'
ra'ndidate- named for the presidency ot ;
tin- American Banker--' association j
whi-li is to elect officers at its annual,
national convention in session lime to
day. l.vnch will succeed William A. Law.
of Philadelphia, the retiring president.
dent .tor a year.
p-ircn. li t..e earner -on . uo .ins, w a,.-, yon, or D-B,e. . gc, ig n suppressed bv the editor. The natural COndUSlOn IS attei mereial National bank, of Kansas City,
p-iper to you on time, kindly phone the circulation manager, a this is the only iB , Jl1 T ' - . . ! . v u iT i-iTi I Mo and Geor-e Wexlev president of
ny we ran determine whether or not tbe carrier, are following instructions.! all, that it IS hardly fail' to publish BUCh little COnfidenCeSi Vhitnoy ( Vnti"l XuUonaYbailk. of
foone Mam 81. j am0ng f nends during the life Of the SUbjeCtS Or anV" One Of ' -New Orleans, were contestants for the
.Iicrn. , - i A warm contest is anticipated when
, ' i 'X. P. (iatliii'j. of -New York. .Mcl.ane
OUR FOLLIES AND OUR SINS ! 5WKtto;t"
: other lor the office of treasurer.
m, . , . . ,, , ,, , , : It is conceded that the .Mississippi
There comes a period to many a thoughtful man when, j Vaii.-v m Ket next year's convention.
looking back over a wasted life, made such by health ; ;iIi1 (i"vciand. aa Kansas city m.,..
. , , .. . , .' .., i have already announced their entrv as
missused and time missspent, it seems -as if he sunered convention cities for mm.
o i t i M i s t ! more from his follies than his sins. ' - , Bmni fbi -Motive.
U I 1 1 jtl 1 n 1 il I j, ii. , . . . , i . , ' scheduled tor an address, on "Modern
nm, MimAci. .... . i... i ! itlookstosuchasif in sin he had received some recom- Methods of ProtectinK Banks." this at-
-iM J,l t ii it v ?, n aIw?7Yv,nmn. Tlpense-a poor return, it is true, but something; whereas.-- "I
v. ild and weird they seem; Dame I- ortune on his plans is n fftlllps tU, k nntu tn Khn Kf n conco J'hi)m(t i 'r..;v:,I;"w:
c-t J v v .- v. ; Atroi o rimfl ir rion-no nn civh thnf oil fine n vn tAlhi
i)uys a mine where sundry boobies have
Dr. W. A. COX
303 State Street
After a time it dawns on such that all sins are follies s"
iilinL- V.i.;,- n!n rn nr. nvnSI ..rt.l tt i"i i tVi f n-.i ir . " c": W S MJU I1U CUIlSCqu-HH UUT.U Ul US J-UUiMBTS
i V ' ",,u . ioss 0f health in body and soul starts ud in anpalline pro
d gs out gold or rubies, or some variety ofportiong and distinciess.
rvan-. Jilt uuiius ill- LUllfllO luril 10 lllOIiey.l rv l : l iv. 11 j f,has one
the desert blossoms at his irlanr. and so thpl,.e v,c iJ.' n "iiit uie hu-caiieu piedbtu 01 , him, U9
:i 1 ; . " 7 r , " , "1 uie, to nnu in tne inuuigence ot seiiisn passion mat ther
h v-a. is miiiii , lit- cainoL neip oui uns u(, ftf ftn1v flpprTnfr conoo ftf on: m ,vuh a nnn,ty
1 cannot understand." hei i ":r::::f. ' " T :
' s r-MM n m 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 ri m 1 1 rifj 111 .lira ic n rr fnmn oro nnr t.mi
sing and dance
V4 i stammers, "why Jolks denounce this best of
1 lift ?i1 pIoIr'S. whv knockers wield thpir vncfv
hammers, and kickers howl and tear their
robes. Life has so many joyous features, so many charms
kjyond compare, that they are eurely spineless creatures
who growl around and paw the air." We do not heed the
sunshine chatter of one who never knew reverse, who
never found a thing the matter, who has no hoodoo, jinxi
or curse. Hut when some hornv-handed sweater, who's i
known hard luck, again, again, remarks, "The world could
not be better," we lift our hats and say "Amen."
JOHN HAY'S PICTURE OF ROOSFA'ELT
Juarez. Mex., Sept. 7 Bobby Waugli.
the Dallas. Texas, liL'hMveiht. today'
more ' trial horse" behind
i result of his victory over
Iiattlinrr XcI.mi. The bout went tweu-
roumls. The one time champion! ex
;t.,.l ..i.i v.:i;... ... .. . .
tinuous realization that the pleasure is not complete, but punishment, but lacked aL'L'ressive-
there follows every excess a corresponding depression' nc"'iV(,rvilo x y .Thp a5 1
which increases as the indulgence proceeds until pain pre-,
pirations of Krankie Callahan, of Brook-
dominates and one can say with Solomon: "Vanity rf JZ'
Vanities i all IS Vanity. the result of his defeat at the hand-:i
This that is commonly believed to refer to satiety, isjr VaE Tfusl
really the moan of lost self-respect that .accompanies lost''" meet Tommy Houk, because the
lion rh in Vwvlv nnrl onnl ' 1 lun,r was a heaver man.
The poor wretch has extinguished the divine part given
humanity in the overpowering sensuality that marks the
Nothing but smiles when your Dental work is done
by us. All work is carefully and well done, and in
the most satisfactory way possible for any man to do
and with the least pain.
One trial will give you a complete conception of
our ability and also convince you of the reasonable
All Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
Xew York, Sept. 7. Mike Gibbon-
took n seven mile .iaunf today, fob j
lowed by an hour in the surf, in iirepar-
f... I.: . r,- , i.
I uis M-uifi iviui rncKev .Metar-'
lanil, ratunlay nt Brighton. I'ackev j
I fnllntpu.l ol.;f i-.v....... ... .1. l- . . i' ;
of fanciful conditions! We call that remorse Which Ich he does not roo-ard as a cood )
(Fuiii i i i-Miiuiunmnf;. i
How we do mislead ourselves and build on the mirror
fanciful conditions! We call that remorse which
is nothing but abject fear in the presence of retribution.
Oats: No. 1 white feed. 23.50.
Hos: Best live. sfi.!0.
Prime steers. sai.iiOfi 7.
Fancy cows. $507 3.25.
Calves, $7(o 7.50.
Spring lambs, li.50.
Butter: City creamery. 2! l-2e.
K;itrs: S.dected local ex., 27( 2Sc.
Hens. It l-?e.
Broilers, 17 l-2e.
Brolhers !in the dynamiting of ytdio
i Los Angeles Times building according
i to a report iusucd at the "district at
torney's office tod.-.r, Ortie McMnni
Igal, the dynamiter who turned statei
j evidence, holds alnu;t daily confer
jences with the Ltiorucys for the state,
i helping prepare the prosecution's evi
' I fed n r Point, Ohio, Sept. 7 Chnmpior'
d in Hnvs HnirnrnTlH a the lnrcf -fvomiontl nofflrl "' or Uevelnnd, defeat-
--"j- .- v..- ...ut,v iiiuviiuj ijuvmu ea Alvie .Miller, of I.ornine,
advocate ox a great army ana navy. This is to be expected, Uv,lvi
In Harper's Magazine for September appear extracts
from letters and diaries of John Hay designed by the
I-... oi io nuiKe up a .Mosaic portrait ot Iheodore Koose- because John Hays always was a believer in big things
velt as liny, his secretary of state, saw him. It will sur- whenever tWp wna nnvtWncr in it f,. w,0ip tv, Zt-i
prise those who know the self-suflicient Roosevelt only trust and other manufacturers of munitions, armor, etc t
: a public man to learn that he spoke among his friends could not omnlov n mmv mnnlilp nr 0vno,.iflMfl,i n,.J'--1
I , . , , - 1 " - - - " I ' - i.A 'vin.iiv,tu o rjs '
round bout last nfglit.
. PI . 1 .1 , . i . .
m ins own spcecnos, saying tnat lie knew there was "not
much in them except a certain sincerity and kind of com
monplace morality which put him in touch or svmnatbv
. -ii. ii. . ii ii i . ..... "
TRIAL OF DYNAMITERS.
Los Aneb-, Cab, Sept. 7 Nearly
toll witnesses have been subpoenaed to
testify IV the prosecution in the trials
of I'avid Criii:i and M. A. Schmidt,
alleged aeconiplices of the MeNamara
A year ago this scrapping with the Mexicans across
with the people he addressed." And it is interesting to' the border line would have produced a great deal of ex
read that this man by so many thougM a bhnd egotist citement-now it scarcely gets a first page position in the
UH-s are gradually oiiskini? un in
price, and today the commission houses
in the city are paying 2( cents for Xi,. 1
candled, tH, Ki-ii-C)h ure offering
- cents cash, and 25 cents in trade".
The wl.;,t market is drncjjin .,,,
at about the same price, with hardly
ativ established price. The name may
tit- said at new u;its. While .im I.,,,-.,',
is nffe,i,li; ::o ,.,,nts ,! i .
at the situation permits a T2 ..!
once, jiti.t .
j , """ '"n"' Tune, many
a matter ot tact the
L I l.f Hw. .1 4K..1. i . . . "ro "'
...w . .,. ,H, tayue, , ,.ui umi u.ai o uy marvelous: question and make it seem small and insignificant
good fortune has brought me where I am.
i ne extracts pun usneu snow clearly enough that Hay's' Even hop picking fails to bring a rain in' Oregon while'
I'SUIlUlte Ol HIS ( llt'l W nrf li nc;inio ni
i , .... i " ;,. i , V "" "iicu in me r.asi ami iUiuuie west inev hav
uu tn.i . iK 4t.t u nimi ami l.ouge aid not scrupu to; downpour most of the summer. A
'""K" tuui nj; uiniiwiM-b at inc. suenuous one, Dolli Detore! went her hnre.mi vertuvk u-ill chm,- n,..,v, ui-.
;(-uUlftcrl1e beca,ne president. . average for Tainfa 1 imo a 1 1 ....
As we all know the then New ork boss 1'latt permitted! h 1 , Zu, r
lioosevelt to be nominated and elected governor of that! T'lii'mni- Pi-ncil.ifif Tn ff cm... 1, j , , ( heat
country as vice president,
thus be put in what is cons
lias4e he rushed to Washingt
poseil was a country wide conspiracy
tun than a goat. He came down with a sombre resolution1 The ilnmnincr nf ct.xdinrr v.,i0 T- i i'
.t . l !..... P . .1 , t ..' . . '
,wv tli.,( 1,,. l I i l- .. . . mvv ouja mi- iiuiIUIllMX U11UJ1 1 neat, new croo
i tiJ U h ? iv !im !v h0y , lhe 1hilil'l)i,10s has been a failure because fettle ,"7 -
KooseNelt did not propose to; in office. Taft is getting to be the foremost funny man
s den d a morgue and in hot, in the big political circus. j&,"Vr
gton to head oil what he sup-' . ' 1,ir,on
. . Woo, !
jon Hiltesi Exposiiio-t honors
Highest in lubricating efficiency high
est among the many oils competing
a triumph for lubricating oil made from '
t&e Standard Oil for Naior Cars
The Jury of Awards at San Fran
cisco and San Diego awarded Zero
lene the gold medal in recognition
of i.s superiority.
STANDARD QI t, COMPANY
Russia will keep up the war for ten years if necessary.
j I'reame.y butter,
.Country butter ,
rcr foil ml
found to his stupefaction that nobody in Washington ex-'DMii TUm-,jnnJ
cent riatt had ever dreamed of such a thimr. n.r,n.i ,d' Kecali lnreatened
even have a chance to launch his nolo episcopari at the' Against County Surveyor .-;; ,,' ','i' ;;t:' ,!u,:
Major. That statesman said he did not want- him mi thJ -- ,h" "
r - " - V ll
ticket and hoot said, with his frank-and murderous smile:
Egga and Poultry.
candled. X. I
l-'kliTS. case eimi.t ,.,,1.
Rei"-,mtative Horo. j "u01"1-'", old, per pound ....
es of the .Marion I lrl "R ehiekens, putiud
i1' -thimiiiiih 'raii imm- -' iinui-"'-'
:$J ")C-liS ! 111
new In hi,. ,
at West SuielM
Hiimicv, I eniic.
I'idk i mint' i ,
r nt 1 iik county. ! sity nf a new
linn h disMltlsfied son nt the .:
some tntmv ,1:
(i 'iiiital .1 ii 1 1 it m I uvial Seriee.)
Of enum. not Vnn'n. (W f.,.. Sf A .-..I .... I. lH-. '-. X'pl 7 -Tlneats haxe
v.....v . v,.. ,v m.i .11, iV1 n. vuu Ml lit.- Wfltlil cea made In a nond.er ol eitiei re
hack quite eased in his mind but quite bruised in his self- "' i"";iI" 'o.,..i of itentin-
(,s.,,,m instltule leeail .oeeedllis muiu.t
' . ' . o . I a 0 I li I . I, Ml 1 e '
How this man "not fit for it" wns litrjllv for....,! 1,'",',,,m-"",- 'r
accept the nomination for vice president ami was elected !!'m!
and through the death of McKinley became president and V,''!,' i";l,1"""7 111 '".';
..II I. 4. . 1 II 1,, 1 1 . ine ottui. I ucv ium t'-uiia that ho
.111 tne lest with Hay ami hoot serving under him in his " '"" .u. t..,. ,.0,, .
cabinet aihls relish to this confidential note. i'"1,'1, "? "", Vr v ,'"'"!' "'
I, 1 ,, . , u' 1 eoMieaiK.iM. Miu max be the secon.i
hut even alter Koosevelt was president Hay could noti"'"'" ,0"-'' l,r 1,1 the
restrain a sly laugh at him in the privacy of his'own diary. C,1 ,n', K
yo limn un v'cuniiT 11, i;ki i, ne wi lies oi a lunclieon at ",r '"' '" i tin. coom
the White House with a noted Frenchman, saying: "The
presiueiu laiKcti wiui great energy and perfect ease
It t.le lin-
I the nicotine; of
onrt lust week and
1 ' 1 oaition of biiibline; a
ne. !iun the two enmities
l i the party was .ludjic
I11..1HM tloulev and b'oad
1 river. Although the
nt recognized the neees
'ii. Hi at Salem discus
ne wiis postponed until
'' w hen both put ties are
' linijii i.il i-ollilitlon.
. ic ;
Pork. Veal and Mutton,
I ork, 011 toot
111 a belle
COW 8 . . .
iilinii(l.in Mar: A ship gets to the!
't the 1 1 can much more rapidlvj
tonu diplouiaev n.is at the bottom ot
the ease. I
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
Transact a Rcneral banking business
Safety lVposit Hoxes
Juitjt Or nits Divore.
1. 11st we.-i, 1 ii-euit .la,ii;e II. U, Kelt
gianted a ilninee lo il. 1.. shattti from
Ins wile, Vnniie Miattn the ausliicl
alleging ili'M-itiou, t he couple haw Ho ;
ihil.lieu im.l the ea-e was not inn 1
testid, 'I'he pl.-ui.titt was repiesentcd
b Altoniei iiieii . Holiiiau. i
Court Al)iprutes Money. j
At lhe nieetiiig v( the board of Conn-!
iv i .iiimiiv,!, i, we.'k a number
et the l m m in nt bii'ilics men ,if Cle
oiiiitv appi-aied befoie the bo.ud nii.b
i t tieneii I b.'iu . i jT0 uate a um;
el' money to be used .n nimntaiiimg an'
evluhii ai-ihe UMiiiiiai tmeis and lanil
l'r " ' .-' t.' be li.-ld in Cortland
t.i's tall. Au.-r Ii t,in.g to the pleas i
.!' the 4itiei the eoert aide
t- til il'-ttlO' the i veiwes ot K. ..v. i
Ihibif. ln Winni,. Ura.liii. .i.iii,..
et the Uo!', ,-i.kiiIi f: r a.HiMion wiil
luue l ei.oi al super i iiou uf the booth
Mring garlic .... ..
Cucumbers , "
Wallu Walla onions ...
Lemons. tor Imx
I Bananas, lb
I California f rape fruit
I Dates, dromedary, rase '
! Pard dates
jCocoannts, per doten".',
.. 11 l-2c
C'di 0 a-4e!
.. 3 (J- -4c '
4(ti 4 Vc
.. a l-2e
Lggs, per dorni
I -sugar, enne ' ' "
Sugar, IV i! .
; Creamery butter liy ,
Vlniir, hard wheat
A egclidilf Prcnnraiion r-1
noss and Resrxontalns ncitiw
Apicl Remfdy forratrsfln
rrrns A om'ulswits icwrisk
ness and Loss or Sleep.
tacSinl Sijnarurf of
The Centai'h Compht,
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
Bears . tho
I inn. vire.. M'.if
Club. Sic. 1
ECcPyofw,.rp, wbiv H fNILIIfli
t." j' "",, STp'' i'l iiu.jw mma itv iMPin, htm t rrr.
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