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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OBEQON, WEDNE8DAY, JUNE 22, 1904.
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llelved la the earth, but remembered
iho higher things. They made high
Trays of the oceans, but distance and
climate altered not their American
3smi They began as children of liberty
and children of liberty they remain.
They began as servants of the Father
of Lights, and His servants they re
main. And so into their hands is daily
given more power and opportunity
that they may work oven larger right
oonsness in the world and scatter
over ever widening fields the blessed
seeds of human, happiness.
"Wonderful beyond' prophecy's fore
east their progress! noble beyond tho
-vision of desire their future. In1 1801
Jefferson said, "the United States
(them) had room enough for our de
scendants to, tho thousandth and
thousandth generation;" three gen
orations behold tho oceans our bound
aries. Washington never droamedi of
railways. Today electricity and
steam make Maine and California
household neighbors. This advance
"which no seer could have foretold, we
made because we are Americans bo
causo a free people with unfettered
mind's and unquestioning belief joy
.fully faced tho uniyorse of human pes'
jubllltles. These possibilities are not
exhausted; we have hardly passed
ihelr boundaries. The American peo
ple are not exhausted; wo have only
tested our strength. God's work for
uo in the world is not finished; His
future missions for tho American peo-
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the results of impure blood. Your doctor will tell you how
Ayer's Sarsaparilla makes the blood rich and pure, ZSj&SSte
pie will be grander than any He has ' atorship. Tho vote, however, was not
Enjoy Vainer Ilerjilcldc on Account oC
Hm Dliiltactlvenemi. ,
Tho ladles who havo used Nowbro's
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the scalp of dandruff nnd also for Its ex- I
ccllenco as a general hnlr-drcsslng. It
jnnUe.i tho Bcalp feel fresh nnd It alloys
that itching- which dandruff will cause. I
Nowbro's Herplcldo effectively cures .
dandruff, as It destroys tho germ that I
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fall out, and later baldness; In killing It,
Herplcldo stops falling hair and prevents
baldness. It Is nlso an Ideal hair dress
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tho hair that Is quite distinctive. Sold
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given us, nobler than we now can
comprehend. And these tasks as they
come wo will accept and accomplish
as our fathsra accomplished theirs.
And when our generation Bhall havo
passed and our children shall catch
from our aging hands tho standard
wo have borne, it will still be the old
flag of Yorktown and Appomattox and
Manila bay; tho music to which they
in their turn will then move onward
will still be the strains that cheered
tho dying Warren on, Bunker Hill and
inspired tho men who answered Lin-
coln'a call; and the ideals that will
bo in them triumphant as they are in
us, will still be the old Ideals that
havo made the American, people great
and honored among the natlonos of
"This Is tho Republican Idea of the
American people; this tho thought
wo have when wo nominate to day our
candidate for the nation's chief; this
tho quality of Americanism a Republi
can standard-bearer must have. And
this is just tho Americanism of Theo
dore Roosevelt. Fully of the old-time
faith in the republic and its destiny.
charged with the energy of the repub
lic's full manhood; cherishing the ordi
nances of tho republic's fathers and
having in his heart tho fear of God;
inspired by the sure knowledge that
tho republic's splendid day is only in
its dawn, Theodore Roosevelt will
lead the American people In paths of
safety to still greater welfare for
themselves still broader betterment
of tho raco and to the added honor of
tho American name."
largo enough to elect. In 1897 his
election came, and scarcely seven
years after his appearance In Indiana
politics he was talked of for the high
est honors in tho gift of tho people
of the Unitei1 States.
Senator Fairbanks is a native of.
Ohio, having been born at Unionvllle
Center, that state, In 1852. He was
graduated from; Ohio Wesleyan uni
versity at tho age of 20 and began his
career as a newspaper man. Through
the Influence of his uncle, William
Henry Smith, president of the As
sociated Press at that time, ho se
cured a position with' that organiza
tion at Pittsburg. He found time to
practice journalism and read law at
the same time, and soon after he be
came a graduate of law his ability
secured him the position of solicitor
for tho Chesapeake and Ohio rallroaJ.
His success in corporation law gave
him a wide reputation, and at tho
time of his election to the senato he
was known as one of the most skill
ful attorneys and financiers of tho
Soon after his election to tho sen
ato a high compliment was paid to
Mr. Fairbanks by his opponent aB
chairman of the United States branch
of the Anglo-American joint high
commission. The questions that the
commission was expected to consider
were of the highest importance, and
their nature was such as1 to demand
not only a profound knowledge of
law, but the theory and' practice of
diplomacy. Throughout the trying
negotiations of the Joint Commission
Senator Fairbanks conducted the case
of the United States in such a way
as to command the respect of tho
British and Canadian commission
ers and' to retain their cordial per
sonal regard and good' will J
Mr. Fairbanks' home Is In Indian
apolis he also occupies a large house
in Massachusetts avenue, Washing
ton, when congress is in session. Mrs.
Fairbanks is one of the most promi-'
nent clubwomen in the country and,
through that medium, is almost as
widely known as her distinguished
If there is anything you need
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sewer gas from your house.
will do this and give you com
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and you may save a heavy bill
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105 State 8t, 'Phone 1511 Main.
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and Alton leaTO for Portland, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 10 a, m,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 a.
in: For Corvallls, Tuesday, Thursday
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For Independence dally except Bundsy
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T prepared for clubs, recitals and )
entertainments. Special terms
to pupils starting now. Prlvato .
lessons 50c. Class lessons 25c. ', ',
t Club rehearsals freo.
SIDNEY HAYES, ;;
101 Commercial Street ' '
Sketch of Senator Charles W. Fair
banks. A little more than ten years ago
Charles Warren Fairbanks was hard
ly thought of as a factor in political
life. Yet In 1892 ho was made chair
man of the Indiana Republican con
vention, and one year later received
tho entlro vote of his party In tho
legislature for tho United StateB sen-
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When your clothes are worn and
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