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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
B. HOFER, Editor nd Proprietor.
Independent Kewpper Darotod to American Principle! and
the Piosteaa and Devolopemant of All Oregon.
rabutbta Every Brenlng Except Sunday, Calm, Ore.
(lUTirlablr In Advance.)
iftUy, by carrier, per year .................. W. 00 Pet
ttur, by Pr .- iM
rVottly, by aall, per Tew-.. 1.03 Six
Tho Alumni of the State Normal at
that school. You know wo must havo
boys and girls a trained teacher is
Is four cents a year ori a .'thousand
and settle this oncstion.
SHOULD BE TUT
Prominent Oregon political Influences aro at work to secure a pardon
for J. Thornburn Roes and Jeff Scriuer, the convicted bankers.
They hro both men of high social nnd politlcnl standing.
It is too bad mod of such prominence should have to ser,ve a term In
the penitentiary,' when as a rule only poor men and ignorant porsous and
uneducated mnmbors of society go there. ,
Only men with calloused hand should ever do time.
Abovo all Ross Is a man worthy of sympathy his crimo was in a
naturo political ho sot up hoadquartors and secured' tho nomination of
bis friond Stool for State Troasuror.
Other politicians havo played tho same game successfully.
Then ho proceeded to do what other politicians had-dono boforchtm
proceeded to do business with tho stato treasury and unfortunately was
caught at It, j
If ho had not been caught ho would havo been the cash register.
If ho had not been caught Ross would bo ono of tho great i political
lights at Portland and would bo helping make a ticket for tho Assembly.
Ho would havo been doing it with stato treasury funds perhaps.
His crlmo Is political. Of course, thoro woro always laws against us
ing (he public funds, but othors had dono it any why not ho?
A bill should be Initiated to exempt all such offences from landing a
man in tho penitentiary hut lot bankers like Ross and Scrlber servo their
term in a glass palace- on public exhibition.
DEPARTMENT STORES AND
Ono of tho big department stores in Portland offers to extend credit
to tho .editor of this paper" and lot us and our family buy goods by
tolophpno or mail o havo them charged.
In nddltion to a man havlnghis family run bills at the homo stores,
tho dopartmont storo wants us to havo thom become a chnrgo custom? r
at their big storo at Portland.
Nay,' nay, Rebecca, wo lovo thco, but wo art not thino, at least no so
Wo havo stores at homo that aro ontltled to our trade and wo aro not
anxious to got tho chnrgo habit at Portlnnd.
If wp havo not received their now spring catalog, thoy will send us
onq postage prepaid by return mall.
Thon wo can havo anything wo want to ordor by roturn mall, telephone
at tho expense of tho mail order house nt Portland.
That Is all '-cry flno to build up tho Portland mall order houso but is
fatal to building up your own community.
Tho fact is, as stated by this wrltor at tlio boostor meeting at Dallas,
if tho nconln nf nnv trtwn will nlvn tliolr own morohnnts their trade they
can do more to build up their town than in any other way.
Tho man who buys his clothes 'in Now York, has his wife's drosses all
mado up at Portland and ships In his whlskoy from Kontucky may bo
piling up woalth but le is not a loyal citizen to his town.
Tho way to build up your town Is to trado with tho homo merchant
who is making tho town whnt it la by drawing trado to tho town, by
maintaining its payrolls, mid paying ita tnxes. '
It Is tho homo morchant who Is askod to como through for tho Board
of Trado, tho local fair, and ovory homo enterprise, besides paying tho
city taxes and tho ront that supports property ownors.
Dopartmont storos and cataloc housos holn navo streets in other eltlos.
Wo are offering some exceptionally good bargains this
week, in both city property and acreage tracts, If you
aro interested in real estate, either for a home or an in- :
vestment it will pay you to read every item carefully. "
Call at our office for full particulars regarding any tract,
We can 8hov you a now modorn
$23Q0 that la. euro, to ploaso you;
Now C-room houso in East SMom
streets, oast front, lot 50x150 feat;
4-room house and 4 lots, 3 bhjokn
on terms to suit.
Quarter block in North Salom; ?100.
4 fine lota In Highland, all in fruit trees; ?S0O.
2 splendid lots, 2 blocks from Stato
?3Q0 down and 4 years at G per
SO acros set to Ppltanborg, and Baldwin apples, Iwlauoe timber and
mumps; no bjttqr apple land on earth; 3 mllei attat of Salem; own
or is going Uqgt, nnd will sell thte plaoe at a saerltlce. Call and see
us for particulars.
We have a'choloe 00-flara plaoa of rioh, black soil, three miles from :
court house, that ia ottered for ?4 per acre, laaa than similar land ;
in same nelgUhorhod la nWlug for. You can clean up flSQO In 90
daye on this deal. ,
Good Farm Buy
100 acre of rich, blank prairie biml thraa mtlaa from good railroad
town, one-half wle to school; new 0-room hpuaa and bam, far
only fOiQO. You c look Die oountry ovr and 'over and you will ;
new And a similar place, for the money.
Oar printed price list of properties in all laalaa will prove a
valuable guide to the howeeeeken or iwveetars,
H. A. Johnson & Co.
3S8 State Street, Ralew. Oregon. Ground Floor
Monmouth ask your support for
teachers. Wo must educate tho
tho best ngency for this. Tho cost
dollars. Voto Yes for Monmouth,
J. B. V. BUTLER, Sec. Com.
C - room cottago in East Salem for r
In flno'rosldonco soction. .Terms to X
botwoen Court nnd Qhomokota f
from Yew Park oar Una, ?80Q; I
gtreot, both for $1000, payablo I
cent on balance.
and to say nothing about oniploylng labor at sweatshop prices undermine
tho loyalty of citizens to iticir homo community.
This oxtenslon of credit and the seductions that aro practiced to get tho
trade of people in tho small communities Is nothing but the warfare of
tho trusts that want to swallow tho earth.
While wo appreciate tho compliment of offering , us credit at" thoir
reat department storo, wo cannot accept It and" advlSto our renders ,to
shun such practices. ,
People who aro making tholr living off a community Bhould consider
It disloyal to not support tho homo morchant first," last and all lh"o time
and teach their children to do tho same. '
THE DISGRACE OP ILLINOIS.
All will remembor how the Illinois legislature last whiter was dead
locked fdr on hutfrtred days over electing a Senator.
State Senator Iloltslaw of Iuka, Ills., now cohfescs that he got $2500
and $700 for his' voto for Ldrimor,for U. S. Senator.
It wns deadlocked with money to defeat tho popular choice.
This confosslon ho makes to a grand Jury after he "broke down" and
other Sonntors and Representatives aro implicated.
To' understand fully the importance of this confession, it , must bo
remembered that Lorlmer was elected ovor Hopkins, the popular choice
at tho Direct Primary and general election.
The Illinois Direct Primary law provides that tho people may nominate
and elect Senators by direct voto of the people.
But it Iiub np plodgo In it like the Oregon Direct Primary law that
enables the popple to hold their representatives in lino.
Tho Illinois Direct Priniary law provldos that tho people may nominate
and may elect but tho office can then bo bought with money by some
one else as Lorlmor bought it.
The Oregon Direct Primary law has Statement No. Ono under tho
operation of which the men w.ho go to the legislature dare not soli tholr
votes for money or offices to elect some other man Senator.
Tlio Oregon Machine wants an assembly to take away from the people
if possible the right to nominate andelect their officials.
, Tho old Oregon politician Machine is moving heaven and earth to
omasculatc the Oregon Direct Primary law and restore corruption.
Statomont No. Ono that is so much reviled by tho Machine is lacking
in Illinois, nnd-so money was used to overthrow tho Will of tho peoplo
and Lorimer bought his seat In tho United States Sonate, just as tho
rest of tho tainted Senators bought their scats.
Statement No. One enables the people to have their votes counted and
not bo cheated out of It as was dono In Illinois when Hopkins defeated
tho people's choice by tho use of money..
Statement No. Ono makes tho man who goes to tho legislature and says
ho bolloves In election of Senators by Direct voto of tho peoplo DELIV
ER THE GOODS. '
And why should not tho alleged Representatives of the people respect
tho Will of the people?
Has not tho poorest man as much right to have his vote respected
when he casts it for U. S. Senator, as tho richest boss nnd tlio greatest
Illinois, tho mother of tho Republican party, tho home of the greatest
peoplo's presldent.tho world has over produced is disgraced and humili
ated by tho revelations in tho Lorlmer case.
Mr. Lorlmer will ask the U. S. Senate to investigate and members of
that August body may yet have to seat Mr. Hopkins. '
SALEM HIGH GETS
THE FIRST PLACE
WINS FIRST HONORS IN HIGH
SCHOOL DIVISION OF ATH
LETIC MEET, WITH SILVER
TON A CLOSE SECOND.
Tho Salem High School captured
tho first honors in tho high school
division of tho Hold meet hold In tho
city Saturday afternoon under tho
Marlon County Athlotio association,
Sllvorton secured second honors !n
that division and in tho B Division
of tho grammar schools Sllvorton
captured first prlzo. Tho East
school of Salem scoured second In
this lattor division.
Tho Tumor baseball team won
over tho Woodburn team In tho
gamo ot bnsoball which was a fea
ture of tho meet. Tho score was f2
to C. Tho prlzo awarded was a
handsomo Bllvor cup.
A Bummnry of tho ovontB is as
Division "A," High Schools.
50-yard dash Reynolds (Sllvor
ton) first, Byrd (Salom) ' second,
Small (Turner) third. Time, 5 3-5
. Broad Jump-Brooks (Sllvorton)
first, Dennlaon (Salom) socoad, Alt
now (Woodburn) third. IJIatnnco.
19 feqt iVs inches.
220-yard dash Joseph (Salom)
first, Roynolds (Sllvorton) second,
Scollnrd (Woodburn) third. Time,
High Jump Brooks (Sllverton)
first. Benson (Salom) second, Alt
now (Woodburn) third. Holght 5
feet 2 inches.
100-ynrd dash 'Reynolds (Silver
ton) first, Smnll (Turner) second.
Hlngea (Salem) third. Time, 10 3-5
78-yurd hurdles Hinges (Salom)
won, Soollard (Woodburn) second,
no third. Tlmo 10 seconds.
Pole vault Fnrmor (Salem)
first, Brooks (Sllverton) second, All
man (Woodburn) third. Height 9
feet 0 Ineliee.
410-yanl run Joseph (Salem)
first, Coble (Sllverton) second Alt
ow (Woodburn) third. Time, 57
Shot PuU Vlnoant (Salem) won.
Reynolds (Sllverton) second, Alt
now (Woodburn) third. Distnnae.
34 feet C Indies.
Salem . ..' 35 points
Sllvarton .......... 3i points
Weodimro .. 0 points
Tamer , . . 4 points
Division' "OV Grammar Schools
fUmton ? IT mints
Mam (aaat) .....UK points
tfHUin Ste points
tiaiask (UhbdIr) .... points
Bioejca S points
Turner S points
Woeiluurn S points
ftajsttf J points
Harmony l noiut
dry Point 0 point
5atU Mills 0 point
" O- ' "
Try a Journal Want Ad.
UNITED PRESS LEASED WIIIB.1
OttowaOnt,, May 30. Following
a quasi mutiny by passengers aboard
tho White Star Dominion liner Me
gantic, over immigration regulations,
an attempt will bo made hero to se
curo a modification of tho drastic pro
visions. Tho new Immigration laws
aro particularly obnoxious to stcer
ago passengers, many of whom are
leaving England to take up small
farms in Western Canada.
Tho trouble aboard tho Megantic
came when tho liner was nearlng Mon
treal on Its last run from Liverpool.
Tho purser sought to obtain a mani
fest of tho passengers, to cheVk it
with tho shore agent at Livorpool.
Tho passengers, particularly those in
tho steerage, objected so strenuously
that a mutiny seemed unavoidable.
Finally the captain intervened and
rofused to allow further interferanco
with tho passengers.
Tho steerage passongors threat
ened to take tho matter up with the
Dominion "government .
"Norip" is tho most ciever little
silvered Coffee Strainer over invent
ed. Got ono free from Dr. Snoop,
Racine, Wis., by the Coupon Plan.
Tho Coupon and Dr. Shoop's new
book on Health Coffco sent to any
lady requesting thom. You can trick
any ono by secretly serving Dr.
Shopp's Health Coffeo at meal time.
Your visitor or your husband will
declare he Is drinking real coffee
and yet thoro Is not a grain of real
coffoe In Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee.
Fnra grains, malt, and nuts give
Health Coffeo 1- oxqulsito tasto and
flavor. No 20 to 30 minutes tedious
boiling. "Mado in a minute". Try it
from your grocer and got a pleasant
surprise 1 lb. package 26c. J. W.
' NO MORE GRAY HAIR
It Is caster to preserve the color of the
lialr than to restore It, although it is
possible to do both. Our grandmothers
understood the secret. They made and
used a "saee tea," and their dark', glossy
hair ion;; after middle life was due to this
fact. Our mothers have gray hairs be
fore they are flftj, but they are begla
nine to appreciate the wisdom ot our
grandmothers In usiug "sage tea" for
their hair, and are fast following suit.
The present generation' has the advan
tage ot the past In that It can get a
ready to use preparation called Wysth's
Ssgo and Sulphur. As a scalp tonic tjnd
color restorer, this preparation is vastly
euperior to the ordinary "sage tea" made
hy our grandmothers, and it can be
bought for M cents and $1 a bottle at
almost any first-class drug store, or will
be sent direct by the VyetU CheBiioal
Oonpsny. 74 Cortlandt St., New York
City, upon receipt ef prlee.
Reform Is always headed for re
I Capital National Bank
Capital, Surplus nnd Undivided I
Profits. rl-lO.OOO. . S
i J. II. Albert President '
; K. M. Croiean. .Vlee-Presldent
I Jos. II. Albert Caahlor ;;
i John A. Carson
j Geo, P. Rodgera i
By virtue of its unequaled
properties, is the
one Great Spring Medicine.
Oet It today In tiuM liquid form or
tablets called Sarsatabs. 100 Doses Jl.
Tribute of Respect.
Claudia Chlldors, daughter of S,
M. and Joseptilne Chlldors, was born
in West Frankfort, Illinois, Decem
ber 4, 1883, and was called to enter
tho larger lifo May 19, 1010. Being
of a very religious type, sho gave her
heart in early youth to hor Savior
whom she obeyed in tho ordinance
of Christian baptism, May 20, 1900,
j. J. Evans admtalstering the rite.
During her mother's last visit to
her in. tho Heppner hospital during
her last moments of consciousness,
she recited Romans 12:12, "Rejoic
ing In hopo; patient In tribulation;
continuing instant in prayer;" say
ing as sho did so that those words
seemed to peculiarly fit hor case.
"Rejoicing in hope", in tho midst of
terrible trial, and awful bodily suf
fering, in tho face of death, yen,
"rejoicing in hope", to tho last.
Claudia spent tho best years of her
life in Salem, Oregon, where she was
prominent in religious and musical
circles, being a graduate of the Mus
ical Department of Willamette Uni
versity. Winning the class honors
in May 1900, she was chosen Vale
dictorian, which seems"- the more re
markablo since she was he youngest
member of her class. Sho took the
advanced course, earning the degree
of Mils. Doc. In 1903.
Her father's death October 22,
1903, left her the solo comfort of
her mother who has spared nothing
that would render this life more
beautiful and bright. At the time of
hor father's death she was serving as
Noble Grand "of Salem Rebekahl
Lodge No. 1, jurisdiction of Salem.
In 1905 and 1906 sho filled tho of
fice of Stato Junior Superintendent,
state of Oregon.
December 2G, 1906, sho was mar
ried to J. P. Conder, in tho First
Christian church of Salem, Oregon,
Davis Errott, pastor, performing the
ceremony. John Perry Conder, Jr.,
born December 14, 1907, and Claude
Chlldors Conder, born July 11, 1909,
two bright little sons, survive her.
Claudia had been a' great sufferer
for many months and was removed
to the hospital for an operation, but
was found to be too weak to under
go the ordeal. A large concourse of
friends assembled at tho Christian
church in Heppner, Oregon, at 2:30
o'clock, Friday, May 20, to pay the
last tribute of respect to one whom
they had learned to lovo, for though
her stay amongst them had not been
long, many had not been slow to
recognize her worth, and had given
her a warm place in their hearts.
Tho funeral services were con
ducted by J. V. Crawford, who spoke
words of comfort tb tho bereaved
and paid a beautiful tribute to the
life and character of this dear young
"Whoso yesterdays, now are a part
Bound up In a sheaf which God
Whoso glad days, and sad days, can
never, no never,
Visit her more with their bloom
Their fullness of sunshine or sorrow-
This favorite clipping found in.her
BIblo is oxprosslvo of tho hope in
which sho rojolced:
"Twilight and evening boll,
And after that tho dark?
May thoro be no sadness or faro-
v Whon I embark;
For though from out our bourne
of Time and Place,
The flood may boar me far,
I hopo to see my Pilot face to face
Whon I havo crossed the bar."'
The words of sympathy and con
dolonco telegraphs from many
It is the little things
in life that make us
are created for pleasure to give
a man a rich smoke and a mild
smoke, a pure smoke and a good
smoke they fill the bill always.
10 for 10 cents
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO, Mr.
friends in Salem and tho numerous
beautiful floral offerings sent by
them, but feebly expressed their sor
row at the home-going of this ono so
well beloved. She was laid to re9t,
her head pillowed on hor little New
Testament, though toar-stalned and
liRnrine tho marks of constant use,
it had brought comfort in lifo and
pointed tho way In death.
Interment took placo in tho Hep-
ner Cemetery, Friday, May 20 1910.
IN MEMORIAM. .
Why all those tears to mar sweet
Memory's page, '
Where only words of comfort should
Faith, hast thou fled, oh whero to
day is Hope
That quit the. empty tomb with wings
Aro tears a sign that faith tho heart
Since one we lovo lies dead, they fall
like rain.' -
Tho Christ, himself, wept with his
Each cup of sorrow hnth its answer
Oh, gracious drops! thou'st kept
within tho breast
Tho flower, of human sympathy
Linked o tDivinlty these souls of
Kept us with Heavenly harmonies
No hopeless tears drop"; down llko
sullen clods t
That fall and echo in the "heart
-for aye, " ,
Tho' wo must lay this loved-ono
'neath tho sod
To 'wait tho summons of Eternity,
But tears, 'gainst which the glow of
hopo doth shine
As rainbow tints on sullen storm
Which bid us 8ea sweet comfort,
yours and mine,
Our loved-ones, radiant among tho
Yes, Claudia, safe at home, close by
Our Savior in tho midst, with loved
ones 'round ' '
Behold, a joy unspeakable, Is 'hers,
A loving father, lost awhile, is found!
We'd not forget, remembering, we
She's freed from pdln, and for us all
Sho calls us Heavenward there we
all may meet
Else would these hearts of ours so
Ah yes.we'U meet again! Tho dark
the veil . , ,
That hides the "Heaven-country'3
Angels leave no trail that we may
But ah, we'll trust our hearts to
find our friends.
URSULA WILES ERRETT.
Thls plain, yet vital truth, clearly
tells why Dr. Shoop's Restorative Is
so universally successful. Its success
is leading druggists everywhere to
givo it universal preference. A test
will surely tell. Sold by Capital
Autos will be put on the stage
run between Lakovlew and Alturas.
Two new machines have been pur
chased. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
4 lots, good house and woodshed.
In North Salem. Plenty o fruit
and gardon. A flno placo, $1800.
Several fine residences for sale
ohoap nnd' lots of all kinds; now i$
the time to buy you n nice houso,
or a good lot.
64 acres, on Oak Grovo road, all
In quit., fair houso and barn, water
at each; plenty of fruit, part In
crop. Only S4800,
21 acres river bottom land, mostly
all In cult, and in crop. Close in,
C-room house, nnd lot 100x25 feet,
good garden, stable, wagonshed, 2
horses, 2 cows, 2 calves, wagon, har
row, plow, and buggy, all furniture
in house, crop goes if sold .soon.
Wo have somo excellent buys in
farm lands, don't buy before you
see them, they are dandles, wo will
show them at any time. Give us a
trial and we will treat you right.
J. C. SCHULZ & CO.
Bush Bank Bldg.
Ely's Cream Balm
li quickly absorbed.
Gives Relief at Once.
heals and protects
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bran' xvmliuii; f-o:n
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Steamers Pomona and Oregom
leave for Portland Monday, Wednes
day and Friday at 10 a. m., Tuea
Jay, Thursday and Saturday at 6 a
m. For Corvallla, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday about 6; 30 p. m
U. P. BALDWIN. Agt
For Benefit of Women who
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Minneapolis, Minn. "I was tt great
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had dono for other
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felt suro it would
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nains all left me, I
crew stronirer. and within three mouths
I was a perfectly woll woman.
"I want this letter mado public to
show tho benefit women may dorivo
from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotablo
Compound." Mrs. John G. Moldan,
2115 Second St., Noth, Minneapolis,
' Thousands of unsolicited and genu
ine testimonials liko the abovo prove
tho efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, which is mado
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AVomen who suller from those dis
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the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to restore their
If you want special ntlvico writo
to Mrs. Pinlcliam, at Lynn, Mass.
Sho wil 1 treat your letter as s trlctly
confidential. For 20 years slio
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Proposals invited for supplies for
use of the Oregon State Penitentiary
for tho poriod ending December 31,
Sealed proposals for groceries,
drugs, dry-goods, hardware, leather
and findings, flour and meat will bo
received at tho offlco of the Super
intendent of the Stato Penitentiary
until Thursday, Juno 23, at 11
o'clock a. m at which time they
will be publicly opened.
A deposit of $200.00 in cash or
certifled check payable to tho Super
intendent must accompany each bid
for flour and meat, and all other
bids must bo accompanied, by an
amount equal to 10 per cent of tho
amount of the bid.
Samples must accompany all bld3
where practicable. The right Is re
served to reject any and all bids and
to accept or reject any portion of a
Goods of Oregon manufacture or
production will receive' preference,
other things being equal.
All goods and supplies must bo
delivered to tho penitentiary within
twenty (20) days after the contract
Schedules of various lines of sup
plies to be bid on will bo furnished
upon application to the superinten
dent. Vouchers will ha issued for pay
ment on tho flrst of the month fol
lowing the completion of contract.
C. W. JAMES,
Superintendent Oregon State Peni
tentiary. Salem, Oregon, May 23, 1910.
A special representative or the U.
S. Department of Agriculture, Wash
ington, D. C, Dr. Maurice A. Eld
rldge, best known authority ori good
roads in tho country, will speak on
that subject at the following points
on the dates shown: .
McMinnvIlle, May 30.
Forest Grove, May 31.
Oregon City, Juno 1. ' '
Salom, Juno' 2.
Albany, June 3.
Corvallis, Juno 4'.
Eugene, Juno C.
Roseburg, June 7.
Grants Pass, June 8.
Medford, June 9.
Ashland, June 10,
Gen. Pas Agt., Portland, Or.
Gold Dust Flour
Made by the SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydney, Oregon.
Mode ftr Family Use.
Ask your grocer for It. Bran
and 1 Shorts Always oa hand.
P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
Salem's moat popular res
taurant. 368 State street. We
never close, upen oil night.
Wm. McGilchrist & Sons