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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1904.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
DY HOFER BROS.
A SUCCESSFUL MANAGER.
The successful political manager Is
tho man of tho hour In a presidential
Marlon county has a distinguished
Republican managor In the person, of
Walter L. Tooze.of Woodburn.
;As congressional chairman he has
rolled up tho banner Republican ma
jority lit this district.
'Tho fact is Chairman Tooze let his
influonco bo felt In every county In
the district, and carried every county
It was tho effect of liis Inspiring
work and leadership that carried
many of the local candidates along
with, tho head1 of tho ticket.
Ho was tlroloss in his efforts, writ
ing to tho workers, encouraging the
nowspapera, and personally leading
Tho big rally at Woodburn was the
initial point of inaugurating a suc
cessful campaign, and tho effect was
felt all over tho state.
Ho was tho first congressional
chairman who got Into touch with tho
Republican press, and secured a
hearty and enthusiastic co-operation.
Some of tho chairmen of tho past
treated the newspaper boys as more
cyphers, to bo Inflated with a little
Tho great victory scored by Walter
I Tooze, of Woodburn, makes him a
great factor in tho slato politics of tho
" Some of tho wlso ones are already
saying: What will Tooze want In tho
tioxt Btato convention. That is flung
at evory successful man.
From a man who has given the par
ty twenty years of loyal service In- ov
ory campaign, that Is a natural ques
tion to ask.
It is moro than likely that Mr.
Toozo does not assume that the party
owes him anything, but it might do
worse than recognizo such men.
Tho Journal bollovos that Mr. Toozo
la a man who would shoulder a nomi
nation ami walk off with an election
" in tho same stylo that ho has walked
off with tho banner majority In this
Thoro la very llttlo of tho boss, and
" very much of tho successful and on
Uhuslastlc leader in Walter l. Toozo.
TTho Republican party cannot afford
o ovorloolc such men In tho make-up
of Its ticket In 1900.
PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOR THE
Tho public school management of
UiIb city has boon for tho taxpayor
and for tho llnauclor and for the of
ficial claasos. But It has been vory
llttlo for tho people.
Tho loason has boon that tho cry
of tho taxjwiyer haa boon loudly
Bounded, tho fluanclor has looked af
ter his bonds, and tho salary-drawing
clasB liuvo attended to their business.
but the rancoious cry of tho taxpnyor
lias boon at last deprived of its pot
ency. Ills compmlnts nro worn thread
bare from too often1 ubo and abuso by
tho mere politician.
At last thu cry of tho people for bet
ter schools on tholr own merits has
boon hoard, ami by an overwhelming
majority school policies must bo con
Hldoted from the standpoint of tho
boys and girls.
Let all who wish to Inturpret the
BlgiiH of thu ttmus aright understand
that any grisly dollar-grabbing propo
sition In ooiuiuction with tho public
uehools don't go In Salem any longer,
Wo have "ovoloolod" beyond tho
cannibalistic propensity In this re
Hpucjt, and the public schools will have
to bo conductod more for tho people,
and loss for prlvato gain, and less for
somo select class of society.
SHOULD BE REPEALED.
Tho work of thu next legislature
should be first to repeal a few of tho
burdensome and uunocospury laws,
laws which liavo failed of tho purpose
for which thoy wore onnctod. Most
conspicuous among thuo laws Is that
which provides for our present sys
tem of registration of votors. Tho
main purpo, yea the solo purpone
Men nuil 'Wuiucu Vunulmuim About It.
Many women weep and wall nnd rofuse
to bo comforted because their onco inag
ulni'Aiit trtxwGs liuvo bo 00 me thin and
fndtd. Many men Incline to profanity
bfteauifl the- tiles bite through the thin
Urn toll on their cranlums. It win. be good
now to (he miserable of both sexea. to
lettrn Mint Newbro'a Ilerplclde )m hm
plaooil upon the market. This Is tho new
utttlp Rtrmlelilo nnd nntlaeptlo tlmt acts
by dMtroylng the jjorm or mlcrobo tlmt
Is tlw underlying cause of nil hair de
struction. Ilerplclde Is a new preparn
tlen. made after a now formula on nn
mtlrely nw principle. Anyono who has
tried It will testify as to Us worth. Try
It yourself and be convinced. Sold by
leading drtimiUts. Send 10c. In stamps
for sample to Tho Ilerplclde Co., De
Dtnlol J. Fry, Spoclal Agent
of tho law was to prevent illegal vot
ing, and so far 0911 has yet"' been
known. It has not prevented an Illegal
ballot, being cast. It Is not Common
for Illegal voting to bo attempted In
any place outside of a crowded city,
and for that reason, if for no other,
tho present registration law Is whol
ly useless, and a burden to tho people,
as woll as a source of expense to tho
taxpayers. The law should bo re
pealed, and then, if It, Is thought wlso
to have a registration law for tho
larger cities and towns let somo suit
able measure bo onacted. Tho peo
ple domand that tho present law bo
LINCOLN COUNTY ALL RIGHT.
For tho population of the county,
Lincoln county gave Hon. Binger Her
mann tho largest plurality of any
county In tho district, 398.
Of course, Marlon, Is tho banner
county In tho district for giving tho
largost Hermann plurality.
Jones, of Lincoln was in the dis
trict convention, and' he went home
and went to work to accomplish re
sults. Jones Is one of those men who usu
ally got3 what ho goes after. The
things that get away from Jones
would get away anyhow.
Jlmmlo Ross, a Salem boy, broko
the record by being elected sheriff
for a fourth torm by nlno plurality.
Lincoln county gave Republican
majorities for twelve out of flftcon
candidates. Good enough for Lin
coln. THE COUNCIL SHOULD ACT.
Tho city council should act upon tho
resolution of tho Commercial Club
and appoint a committee to receive
proposition for water powers suitable
to operate electric light plants.
Lot the facts get before the people,
and If a sultablo water power is
offered, lot a movement bo started for
public ownership of a plant.
This need not militate against tho
present lighting franchise and yet It
will afford tho people protection
against paying outrageous prices on
a basis of earnings on watered stock.
Tho Republican nrayor nnd council
cannot do a wiser thing to popularize
themselves with' tho people than to
permit this matter to conio to a
square lssuo and let tho peoplo decldo
whether they want public ownership
Modern Woodmen Street Fair.
Tho committee In charge of ar
rangements for tho Modern Woodmen
street fair carnival report a vory en
thusiastic feeling in Salem' and vi
cinity In regard to tho coming car
nival and arrangements nro being
made for laigor crowds tho country
for 25 mllos has Iieen billed heralds
havo boon placed In ovory mall box
on the rural routes, and tho public In
general sooms to bo making prepara
tion for the week of pleasure. Tho
fact of tho carnival bolng hold In tho
streets will bring a lnrgor crowd In
town llinn wo have over seen In Sa
lem for somo time. Tho free attrac
tions with tho carnival company nro
much bottor Minn tho avorago and
Donna Thompson's 100 foot dlvo ipto
his shallow Innlc of wnter will bo
worth going miles to soo. An net of
this kind has nover been seen In nur
city before. Wo understand tho enr
nlvnl mnnngomont Is making arrange
ments to securo tho sorvlces of a
llrsUclass noronnut. If this contract
Is mado It will add anothor drawing
feature to tho numerous free attrac
tions, ns a balloon ascension is some
thing Hint will bo appreciated by tho
amusoment loving public.
Prominent Man Insane.
Norrla Humphrey, ono. of tho host
known fruit growors and farmors In
Lane county, and formerly considered
ono of tho wonlthlost, was examined
boforo County Judgo Klncnld this fore
noon and pronounced lnsnno. DrB. F.
W. Prentice nnd W. Kuykondnll wore
tho examining physicians,
Tho iinfortunato mau was taken to
tho lusuuo asylum at Sulom this after
noon by Deputy Shorlff II. U Brown
and George Hunter.
Tho primary causo of Mr. Hum
phrey's liunnlty is flnnnclnl troubles
Sovoial years ago he lost his fine
fruit faun, bolow tho city, togothor
with other proiwrty. nnd slnco thon
his mind has boon affected, Ho has
takou truatmout In vnrlous sanitari
ums, but it soomed to do him no good,
nnd ho gradually grow worso until ho
bocaino uncontrollable. Ho Is ngod GO
years, nnd bus a family, who havo tho
sympathy of a largo numbor of
frlundn. fiugeno Guard.
Gone to the Mines.
Tho roport of n rich strike In tho
Gold Crook initios, on tho Santlam,
has startod a number of promlnout clt-
Izon for that region. Among others
who wont today woro County Judgo
Scott, Commissioners Needham nnd
Miloy. J. L. Frooland nnd Otto Han
eon, who havo mining Interests thoro.
Ool. K. Hofer and son, Mac, of Tho
Journal. Incidentally flyrods were
part of tho equipment.
c)JU For Women
WHO QANKOT BE CURED.
So uniformly successful has Dr. Pierce'
Favorite PrecripUon proven in all forms
of Female Weakness. Prolapsus, or Falling
of Womb, and Leucorrhea, that, after over
a third of a century's experience in curitiff
the worst cases of these distressing and
debilitating ailments. Dr. Pierce now feels
fully warranted in offering to pny $500 in
cash for any case of these diseases which
he cannot cure.
It Stands Alone. The "Favorite Pre-
scrlptlon" t ds alone, as the one and
only remedy-ior these distressingly com
mon forms of weakness, possessed of such
positively specific curative properties as to
warrant its makers in proposing, and
binding themselves to forfeit, as we, the
undersigned proprietors of that wonderful
remedy hereby do, to pay the sum of $500
in legal money of the united States in any
case of the above diseases in which after n
fair and reasonable trial of our treatment,
we fail to cure. No other medicine for
the cure of woman's peculiar ailments Is
backed by such a remarkable guarantee ; '
no other medicine for woman's Ills is pos
sessed of the unparalleled curative prop
erties that would warrant its manufacturers
in making such an offer ; no other rem? dy
has such a record of cures on which to base
such a remarkable offer.'
Therefore, insist on having Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and turn your back
on any unscrupulous dealer who would
insult your intelligence by attempting to
foist upon you some inferior substitute,
under the plea that "It is just as good.''
Insist on having the article which has n
record of a third of a centurv of cures and
which is backed by those willing to forfeit
$500 if they cannot cure you.
In cases attended by a leucorrheal drain
a solution of Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets
should be used conjointly with the use of
the "Favorite Prescription." They are sold
by all druggists, or sent post-paid to any
address, on receipt of 35 cents in stamps.
Send 3! cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser. Address
World's Disr-KNSARV, Buffalo, N. Y.
Weak and sick women are invited to
consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All
correspondence in held as strictly private.
Address Dr. K. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pellvts cure biliousness.
(Continued from first page.)
due to chance, for tho Republican
party has commanded the confidence
of tho American' people, for nearly
two generations to a degree never be
fore enunlo 1 in our history.
Tho Republican party entered upon
Its present period in complete super
macy In 1897. Wo havo evory right
to congratulato ourselves, upon tho
work slnco accomplished. Wo thon
found the country after four years
Democratic rule in an evil plight, tho
public credit, lower, debt growing,
standard vp'ues threatened, labor un
employed and confidence gond. Wo
replaced tho Democratic tariff law
with Its basis on' free trade principles,
garnished with sectional protection,
by a consistent protective tariff and
Industry, freed from oppression,
stimulated by encouragement and
wise laws has oxpanded to a degree
nover boforo known. Wo firmly es
tablished the gold standard, then men
aced with destruction, confldenco re
turned to buslnccs and with confi
dence enmo an unexampled prosper
ity. Wo rehired to palter longer with
tho mlsorlcs of Cuba. Wo fought a
quick victory war with Spain. We
sot Cuba freo and govorned tho Is
land for threo years, then gavo it to
tho Cuban peoplo, with order rostorod
and with ample rovonues, with educa
tion, public health established, free
from debt and connected with the
United Statos by wlso provisions.
Wo have organized a government in
Porto Itlco nnd its people now enjoy
ponce, freedom, order prosperity.
In tho Philippines wo have sup
pressed Insurrection established or
der, glvon to life and' property a se
curity novor kuowu thoro boforo. By
our possession of tho Philippines wo
woro onnbled to tnko prompt and ef
fective action In tho rellof of tho le
gations nnd a plain declslvo part in
preserving tho Integrity of China. The
possession of a route for tho Isth
mian canal so long tho dream of
American statesmanship Is now an ac
Wo havo passed laws bringing arid
lands within cultivation, organized
tho army and put It In tho highest
state of olllcioncy, passed laws for tho
Improvomout and .upport of the mili
tia, pushed forward the building of
Our administration in tho grent de
partments of govornmont has been
honest and ofllclont and wlioro over
wrong doing has boon discovered, tho
Republican administration did not
hosltnto to probe tho evil and bring
tho offonders to Justice. In this
At The Old
Over tho New York Racket Store.
A Photo Remnant Sale
record of achievement during tho past
eight years may bo read as pledges of
tho party fulfilled. Wo promlso to
continue thoso policies and declare
our adherence to tho following prin
ciples: Piotectlon which guards and' devel
ops our Industries, Is a cardinal policy
of the Republican party. Tho measure
of protection should always at least
equal the difference In tho cost of pro
duction at .home and abroad. We In
sist on tho maintenance of tho prin
ciple of protection and therefore tho
rates of duty should bo readjusted
only when conditions aro so changed
that the public interest demands
their alteration, but this work cannot
safoly bo committed to any other
hands than the Republican party.
To Intrust It to the Democratic
party Is to Invite disaster.
Wo havo extended widely our mar
kots, and wo believe in tho adoption
of all practical methods for furthor
extension, Including commercial reci
procity wherever reciprocal arrange
ments can bo effected, consistent with
the principles of protection.
Wo believe it to the tho duty of
the Republican party to uphold tho
gold standard, tho Integrity of valuo
In our national currency.
Wo favor legislation which will en
courage and build up the American
merchant marine and wo cordially ap
prove tho legislation enacted by tho
last congress which created the mer
chant marine commission.
A navy powerful enough to defend
the United States against an attack
and to uphold the Monroe doctrine,
and watch1 over our commerce is es
sential to the welfare of tho Ameri
can peoplo To maintain such Is a
fixed policy" of tho Republican party.
Wo cordially approve the attitude of
the present congress regarding the ex
clusion of Chinese labor, and promlso
a contlnuanco of the same.
Wo renew" our former declaration
that tho civil service law bo enforcod.
The liberal administration! of the pen
sion laws, Is favored and tho peace
ful settlement of International dif
ferences by arbitration.
Just, equal protection of all citizens
abroad Is pledged.
Our great -'Interests and growing
commerce In the Orient rentier tho
condition of China of high Importance
to the United' States. We cordially
commend the policy pursued In that
direction by the administrations of
Presidents McKlnley nnd Roosevelt.
Congressional action to determine
special discrimination of the elective
The Cause of Many
There is n disease prevailing in this
country mobt dangerous because so decep
tive. .Many sudden
deaths are caused
by it heart dis
heart failure or
apoplexy are often
the result of kid
ney disease. If
kidney trouble is
blood will at
tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of
the bladder, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
lllndder troubles almost always result
from a derangement of the kidneys nnd
u cure is obtained quickest by u proper
treatment of the kidneys. If you are feel
ing badly you can make no mistake by
taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
great kidney, liver and bladder remedy.
It corrects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain in passing it, nnd over
comes that unpleasant necessity of being
compelled to go often through the day,
and to get up many times during the
night. The mild and the extraordinary
effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized.
It stands the highest for its wonderful
cures of tins most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is
sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and
one-dollar size bottles. You may have a
sample bottle of this wonderful nv dis
covery and u book that tells all about it,
both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil
mer & Co., Binghamton, N. V. When
writing mention reading fhis generous
offer in this paper. Don't make any
mistake, but remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the
address, lHughamtou, Is. Y., on every
4"r lllmHIlHHI y
! ! What you should do Is
; boy your
ii Clothing, Hats
;; and Furnishing
;; Goods Of
;i Y. M.C. A. Building, j
! Hosiery, shawls, lounge, ;
!! table and stand covers,
' ! made to order.
in 1 11 nun v-i
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it well, or it will leave you.
the hair, makes it stay with
franchise Is favored, and wo domand
representation In congress and tho
electoral college proportionally re
duced. Combinations of capital and
labor are tho results of economic
movement of tho age, but neither
must bo permitted to Infringe upon
tho rights or Interests of tho people.
Tho nations mourn tho untimely
death of tho groat President McKln
ley, but tho peoplo woro fortunate In
his successor to whom they turned
tho trust, the confidence which fully j
lias ueen iuiiy jusunou. iruo 10 uie
principles of the Republican party ho
haa also snown himself ready for
ovory emergency and has met tho new
vital questions with ability, and suc
cess, rendering Inestimable service In
bringing about the settlement of tho
Our foreign policy under his admin
istration has not only been able and
vigorous but dignified, but In tho
highest degree successful. Under his
guidance we find ourselves at peace
with all the world- and' never were
we, moro respecteti oy ioroign na
tions. His; administration through
out has been vigorous, honorable,
high minded and patriotic. We com
mend It without reservation to the
consideration of the American peo
ple. CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
ROSTEIN & GREENBAUM
Dry Goods and Millinery, will remain iL business at
the old stand, 302 Commercial Street.
We Have Purchased
the Adolph Clothing Store, 295 Commercial street,
opposite our regular place of business, which we will
proceed to dispose of at greatly tedttczd prices.
Fine Clothing and Hats
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Gents' Underwear. Socks, Suspenders. Shirtsin fact
every article in the store will be sold at
I Greatly "Reduced Prices
I Sale Now On
1 295 Commercial Street
jj Gives Vigor, Life and Energy
and satisfies and pleases the
I Salem Brewery
Office, 1 74 Commercial Street. Phone, Main 2131
Hairlessness is born of
carelessness. Don't be
careiess withy0Urhair Use
Ayer's Hair Vigor cares for
you, and restores color. itisS8&
A Lawn Social. v
Will bo given at the homo of mJ
R. E. Wands by tho ladles of the G.
R., Saturday evening, Juno 2Ctlr.
are cordially invited to attend.
We Have a Few
Left which we will sell at
Ten Per Cent
Salgm Gun Store
PAUL H. HAUSER,
"- I i I HM 1 1 I I It 1 1
THE WILHOIT WATER.
I have arranged, as usual,
with Mr. W. T. Stolz, of tho Spa,
to draw tho famous Wilholt
Mineral Water through his foun
tain, and your peoplo can rely
on Its purity. W. P. McLeran,
for Family use.