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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1010.
NEW POLITICAL PARTY BUILT ON
CONSERVATION AND SQUARE DEAL
In tho August Number of tho Crafts- plo In a firm and lasting grip. Ho
man. Gnstnv Stickler, tho editor, carao to tho front at tho moment
says: Iwhen a strong man was needed to
"The birth In tho near futuro of a '"ystallzo into action the tremendous
now political party, formed by the moral chanS tnat 18 sweeping over
blending of the progressive elements lne nauon, ana ne noa mo power 10
that have attained such prominence dramatize in his own plctufesaue
Jn both tho old ones. Is now almost a Personality the growing righteous
certainty. The majority of the peo- nCBS of DUbUc sentiment, and to focus
plo regard it as the next step in tho 1UW " "" se
reform movement; tho old-line poll- eMorts of individuals and smail
tlclans, even while they affect to organizations who wero seeking to
,., ot u no imnn.tM0 , f,QiH express tho general unrest. He
of it, and show that fear by waver
ing uncertainly between the policy
which yields sufficiently to public
opinion to pass some of tho progres
- slve legislation that Is most urgently
demanded, and tho other extremo of
uncompromising hostility to every
thing and everybody that threatens
the supremacy of the old order. In
spite of the political clamor, there Is
no dodging the fact that the Amerl
can people, Irrespective of party af
filiations, are even now arrayed In
two great factions, one of which
stands doggedly by the old-time po-
litlcal methods and organizations,
hoping that the storm will blow over
as other storms have done, while .the
other is battling for honest govern
ment under tho direct control of the
people, and for the conservation of
those natural resources upon which
the wealth of the nation depends.
"We are approaching an ers when
the issues upon which a Presidential
campaign Is based will bo entirely
dlfferont. In fact, we have ,no moro
issues, save that of honest govern
ment upon a fair and sound business
basis a government representing
-.the interests of all the people and
carried on for the benefit of the
whole. The demand for this is na
tion wide, and it Is tho outgrowth of
an awakened moral sense as irreslstl
blo as that which swept away slavery
and prevented tho disruption of the
Republic. The minor question that
we have been accustomed to consider
political Issues are but details In this
great movement, but until a change
is effected In our political methods
both parties will still use them as
cachwords to delude tho voter dur
ing the campaign, and will legislate
or obstruct legislation at their own
pleasure and for their own profit
after election. ,
"If a new party Is to be formed it
must represent the whole people, and
tho only Issues upon which it can be
formed are conservation and the
'square deal,' with all that theso
terms have come to-imply. And for
such a party the natural leader is I
Theodore Roosevelt who, more than
any other man alive to-day, holds
the affections of tho American peo
stands before the nation as the man
who does things, and. tho hold ho has
Is made even stronger "by the fact
that the famous policies of his form
er administration were, after all,
only the policies of the people which
he put into form and, so far as he
could, carried Into effect. Hampered
as he was by the political machine
which controlled legislation, the
power of public opinion behind him
was sufficient to enable him to do
more than any President has done
"The people know Mr. Roosevelt
through and through, and they want
him to gather his tried supporters
around him as he did before and
continue the work which was so well
begun. They want this so much that
they are in a temper to break over
all lines in ."order to make him Presi
dent, and to back him with a new
party that stands for political hon
esty and straightforward action. That
tho politicians and the Wall Street
interests regard this as a very pres
ent menace Is shown by their fren
zied assertions that Insurgency Is
waning, that public sentiment regard
ing any particular question lasts on
ly until it finds a new toy "to play
with, and that Mr. Roosevelt is com
ing back to meet his Waterloo. Yet
for all their uneasiness, they cannot
comprehend the new lino of clevage
that has been drawn directly across
tho old party lines, so that tho ono
vital issue now before the nation is.
Shall the politicians who are out for
tho spoils remain in power, or shall
wo declare in favor of the men who
are trying to give us a square dekl
and to conserve tho wealth of tho
country for tho benefit of nil the
Washington, Jly 21. Women
stenographers apparently no longer
are wanted in the government ser
"vice. This. announcement was mado
today at no civil Service Commission
. of letters from wo
- tho country who
about an examlna
gophers to be held
in all the states and
In an eft"
lamination is for the pur-
ecrulting only men stenogra
and typists, tho demand for
the Civil Service Commission
has been unable to meet. Practical
ly all the various departments of tho
government are seeking to replace
women stenographers with men on
tho ground that tho latter are more
amenable to discipline, are more eas'
lly transferred to places where their
services are needed, and can moro
readily bo drafted Into other kinds of
I1UTTER UP TO TWO CENTS.
Watermelons i&i Ovcrsupply nutl
Lower Heavy Receipts Cnusc
Weakness in Potatoes.
mill , liiiiiiiiinl , 1)111111
mini .mint tit it 1 Iiiiiii
Tis better to do than to
represent years of experience in
the purchasing and blending of
tobacco. They're beyond the
"promise" stage a 'cigarette for
the wise ones who know a good
thing. Buy and see for yourself.
10 for 10 cents
THE JOHN B0LLMAN CO, Mfn.
Mexican Music Prize.
Schlrmer s Bulletin announces
that the Mexican government, in
order to celebrate" in a musically fit
ting manner the approaching cen
tennial of Mexican Independence, has
offered a prize to the composer, na
tive or alien, but residing In Mexico,
who will make the best musical set
ting for chorus and solo, of 'a poem
already selected and crowned. This
prize ($5000), besides a diploma and
a gold medal, will be personally
awarded the winning contestant on
the 15th of next May by the Presi
dent of the Mexican Republic. The
judges with whom tho decision as re
gards the merit of the manuscripts
submitted will rest, are to be chosen
from tho musical notables of differ
ent countries, C. Saint-Saens, li.
Fauro, and P. Pedrell being among
those who have been requested to
act. The poem to be set is entitled
"Independence," and it is to take
shape musically as a patriotic canta
-.Takb this as a most certain ex-
ie'ient to prevent many afflictions
and to be delivered from thorn; med
dle as little with the world and .the
honors, places and advantages of
them as thou canst. And extricate
thyself from them as much and asi
qulcki, as possible. Fuller.
Seattle, Wash., July 22. Butter
advanced today to 34 cents, a rise of
two cents per pound. Eggs were
steady. Fresh local ranch eggs are
arriving very slowly. While 31
cents is the official price for fre3h
local ranch eggs, sales wero made
today at 33 cents. Veal was in light
supply. Top stock sold at 13
Grains were quiet and unchanged,
prominent railroad official hore
today asserted that his company ex
pects a considerable movement of
Washington wheat to the Middle
West this Fall. ,
The watermelon market displayed
considerable weakness. Fancy mel
ons were held at 1 cents, but some
stock sold, as low as 1 cents. The
demand appears to have been pretty
woll satisfied. The Increase In the
supply of- cantaloupes has also hurt
the demand for watermelons.
There wero large receipts of
peaches today, but good California
stock commanded 75 cents. Tho po
tato market ','was easier, due to, re
cent heaVy receipts. Loganberries
are arriving Imore freely and aro
An advance'oMO cents In patent
flour Is expected tomorrow.
Mustaches and the Military.
The issue of an official reminder,
by the way, that officers are forbid
den by king's regulations to shave
the upper Hp, recalls tho fact that,
until comparatively recent times,
mustaches were by no meas gen
erally worn in the British army, says
the Pall Mall Gazette. According to
a distinguished authority on the his
tory of tho army, "the Worcester
shire militia claims to be the first
regiment In the British army to have
Introduced and worn the mustache,
which they adopted In 1798, while
stationed at Blatchlngton barracks,
near Brighton, and copied from the
Austrians, at that time noted for
their high discipline and military ap
pearance. Tho cavalry wore them
about Waterloo time; the horse
artillery, I believe, next; and the
British army generally between 1850
TRY A HOME
When Doctors Say That Nothing Bu
Change of Climate Will Help.
Renew th Blood Supply by tho Tonlo
Treatment and Soo if You Ara
Not Savod Money, Time and
If you are Buffering from a run-down
condition whore ordinary remedies seem
to have no effect and your friends and
advisors are recommending a Change of
air or climate, it is worth whilo to con
sider trying tho tonic treatment with Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills before taking their
Mrs. William Patterson, whose address
Is Box 33, R. F. D. ho. 4, Snohomish,
Wash., failed to regain her strength until
the triad this tonic treatment with Dr,
Williams' Pink Pilla. She says:
"When I was fifteen vcarsold I had an
attack of the measles and was sick for
over a year. I was very weak and could
not cot lav strength back. I was so
short of breath that I couldn't walk any
distance at all, without fainting. I had
awful headaches a greater part of the
Uo. I was nervous ana run down in
flesh and strength. Friends, who saw
me. thoueht I would never get well.
"I was living at Everett and was
treated by two doctors but they didn't do
mo a bit of good. I was under their
care for about six months and was getting
worso all of the time. . Finally I had to
remain in bed and tho doctor said that
nothing but a change of climate would
help mo. After being confined to bed
tor n month, my mother decided to givo
T-. . t T -1 1 ! t YMI Ti.'l 1 .- T - 1
mil ur. vriuiuiua jt uiu x ina. x rccuivoa
great help from a few boxes and grow
itronoor and felt better in every Way. I
took the pills regularly for quite a while
ana was completely cureu.
Whenever a tonic is needed. Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills should bo (riven an im
mediate trial. They quickly enrich the
wood ana give strontrui and health to
vary part of tho body. For this reason
moy novo cured nniemia, cniorosis, rheu
matism, luinbago. general debilitv and
tho after-effects of the grip and fevers.
Our booklet, "Uiseases o( the .Blood,"
will be sent free upon the request of anv
sufferer from impure or impoverished
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all
Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
ur. Williams' nnic nils are sold Dy ai
druggists, or will be sent, postpaid, or
receipt of price, 50 cents jer box ; sb
boxes for $2.50, by the Dr. William!
ICE CREAM, CONES SEIZED.
lloni.v Content to Be Mado Basis of
Washington, July 22. Prosecu
tion against manufacturers of lco-
cream cones containing borax aro to
be Instituted by the government un
der the pure food law. Large seiz
ures of cones were made recently In
different parts of the country by the
department of agriculture. Analy
sis of tho cones seized showed them
to be deleterious to the human
The cones, by chemical test, were
also found to contain saccharine and
benzoate of soda, but it was said at
the department today, that proposed
prosecutions would be based solely
on tho presence of borax, Inasmuch
as saccharine still was under Inves
tigation and benzoate of soda had
been held harmless when used in
Inspectors will continue to make
seizures where cones are found con
taining borax. Manufacturers using
borax contend this ingredient Is nec
essary to- make the cones hold their
Wo haj'o not wings, we cannot soar,
But sjffj have feet to scale and
By slow negroes, but more and more,
The cloudy summits of our time.
Portland's Popular Fire-Proof
The House of Comfort Combined
With Elegance -
Our Rathskeller Grill finest 'dining service in
city, with Hawaiian orchestra from 6 to 12
p, m, '
Most perfectly furnished, moderate priced,
modern hostelry in the metropolis of the
WRIGHT & DICKINSON HOTEL CO.
Owners and Managers,
Also Operating Seattle Hotel, Seattle.
Thcro is more Catarrh in this sec
tion of the countrv than all other
diseases put together, and until the
last few years was supposed to be
incurable. For a groat many years
doctors pronounced it a local disease
and prescribed local remedies, and
byconstantly falling to cure with
local treatment, pronounced it incur
able. Science has proven catarrh to
bo a constitutional dlseaso and there
fore requires constltutlnoal treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Curo, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney &. Co., To
ledo, Ohio, 1b the only constitutional
curo on tho market. It Is taken in
ternally In doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of tho
system. They offer one hundred dol
lars for any case it falls to cure.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address: FJ. CHENEY & CO., To
ledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, 76c.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
ChamDerlaln's Stomach and Liver
Tablets gently stimulate tho liver
and bowels to expel poisonous mat
ter, cleanse tho system cure consti
pation and sick headache. Sold by
SOUTHERN PACIFIC TIME TABLE
Effcctlvo Sunday, January 1, 1010.
No. 1C Oregon Express. , . .5:15 a.m
No. 18 Portland Passenger 7:43 p.m.
mo. 20 Portland Passenger 2:56 p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express. .8:20 a.m.
No. 12 Shasta Limited. . .12:35 p.m
No. 13 San Francisco Exp.. 3:31 a.m
No. 19 Ashland Passenger 10:69 a.m.
No. 17 Roseburg Passenger 6:45 p.m.
wo. 15 California Express. .9:56 p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited ...7:43 p.m.
No. 2S6 Way Freight . . . .9:50 a.m,
No. 222 Portland Fast Ft. 10:46 p.m,
No. 225 Way Freight. .. .12:35 n.m.
No. 221 Portland Fast Frt. 2:43 n,m.
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Local Leaves For
Portland and Inter 6:40 a.mi
Portland-HIUsboro Inter . . 8:65 a.m.
Portland and inter 11:15 a.m.
Portland and Inter ..... 2:00p.m.
Port, Tualatin, Hlllaboro. 3:20 p.m.
Portland-HIUsboro inter.. 4;00p.m.
Portland and Inter 6:20 p.m.
Portland and Inter 8:50 p.m.
local Arrive From.
Portland and Inter 8:26 a.m.
Portland-HIUsboro inter.. 9:60a.m.
Port, Hillsboro, Tualatin. 10: 46 a.m.
Portland and Inter ..... 1:00 p.m
Portland-HIUsboro Inter.. 4:00 p.m.
Portland and Inter 6:60 p.m.
Portland and Inter 8:30 p.m.
Portland Theater train. .10:40 p.m.
Sunset Homcsccfctri' Bureau of Information
Salem, Falls City & Western Ry
Leavo West Salem ror:
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
9:00 a." m.
Dallas, Falls City and Black Rock
1:30 and 4:35 p. m.
Sunday Trains for:
Dallas & Black Rock
.-.9:00 a. m. and 1:35 p. m.
Trains Arrive at West Salem from
Dallas 8:15 a. m.
Black Rock and Dallas . .12:20 p. m.
Falls City 4:15 p. m.
NEW SUNDAY SCHEDULE
SALEM, FALLS CITY AND WEST
ERN RAILWAY COMPANY
Passenger Tariff No. 11.
Naming Special Sunday Round Trip
Oommenclng Sunday, May 29,
1910, and in effect each sncceedtng
Sunday until and including Sunday,
September 26th, 1910.
Rate in Ccnts.
West Falls Black
Between Salem Dallas City Rock
Black Rock . .160 75
Falls City ....125 50
Dallas 75 ... 60 75
West Salem 75 125 150
Children Children of halt fare
ag, one-half of the adult faro.
Sale Dates Sundays only.
Limit All tlckotB will bo be good
Home gf "THE BIG
TVTO subject connected with the develop-,
ment of the West is attracting more
attention than the great profits Oregon apple
growers are making. Other states' produce
far more apples than Oregon, but Oregon f
leads the world, according to the largest
dealers in apples in this country, in quality'
of product and high prices received for same.
'Oregon is a great apple state, and Salem
(the Willamette Valley) is the original home
of the big red apple that is making a stir
throughout the world.
The largest producing apple orchard in
Oregon is located near Salem, the vicinity; of
which is also noted for its prunes, cherries,
hops and small fruits.
Salem is the center of Oregon's prune
industry, Oregon producing 90 per cent of
the "Italian" prunes grown in this country.
Salem is the center of Oregon's hop industry,
and Oregon produces 40 per cent of the hops
grown in the United States. Salem is known
as the "Cherry City of the World," the Wil
lamette Valley, of which Salem is the center,
originating more commercial varieties of
cherries than any othe- section of this country.
If you are interested in fruit growing, dairying,
poultry raising, manufacturing possibilities, or gen
, eral farming you make a big mistake if you overlook
Salem. Salem is the capital city of Oregon a vigor
ous, beautiful, progressive community. Write to-day
for more information about Salem. Address Secre
tary, Board of Trade, and mention that you saw
this advertisement in SUNSET Magazine.
NOTE Tfcii idvcrtliamtnl wit prtparad lor lb Salem Dotrd ol Trad bine Sututt
Homewtktrt' Bureau, Portland, Orefon. It will appear In Aufuit Suniet. Tble acrvlce la rendered,
la connection witb iba Co-ODeratlva Community plan of tbt Oratfon Railroad & Nalllle Co.
for continuous passage In each di
rection, good only on date of salo.
Baggago No baggage will ne
checked on these tickets.
Issued, May 17, 1910.
Effective, Sunday, May 29, 1910
LOUIS GERLINQBR. JR.,
A Contented Woman
Is always found in tho same houso
with Ballard's Snow Liniment. It
keeps' every member of the family
free from aches and pains, It heals
cuts, burns and scaldB and cures
rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago and
all muscular soreness and stiffness.
25c, 50c and $1.00 a bottlo. Sold by
Too many men mlotako'promioo for
A Wild Blizzard Raging
brings danger, suffering often
death to thousands, who take colds;,
cough and lttgrlppo that terror off
winter and spring. Its danger sig
nals are "stuffed up" nostrils, lower'
part of nose sore, and a throat-gripping
cough. When grip attacks, as?
you valuo .ur life, don't delay get
ting Dr. King's Now Discovery. "Out
bottle cured me", writ A. L. Dunn,,
of Pino Valley, Mass., "after betas:
'lnld up' threo Weeks with grip.'"
For Boro lungs, hemorrhages, coughs,,
colds, whooping cough, bronchitis.
Asthma, it's supremo. 50c, $1.0D
Guaranteed by J. O. Perry,
Scientists aro asking us to wagt
war against tho fly. ,A lot of ub me
chanics aro too busy waging war
agalnst tho "rats."
All love Is beauty and. all beauty,
love. R. M. Stoddard.
Hay Fever and Asthma.
Bring discomfort and misery to
many people but Foley's Honey and
Tur affords quick and welcome re
lief, and gives ease and comfort to
the suffering ones. It relieves the
congestion of the membranes in the
bead and throat and soothes and
heals them. None genuine but!
Foley's Honey and Tar In the yellow j
package. Insist upon having Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse substl
tites. J. C. Ferry.
For sale 200 acres tlllablo land,
fair house, barn, 20 acres In hops,
good soil, family orchard, near a
good town, o nmaln road, a fine placo
at $65 per acre.
42 acres, all In cultivation, fair
house, barn, orchard, an ideal placo,
20 acres, 15 acres in cultivation,
good town, on main road, a fine place
good garden and good well, somo oak
timber cut and somo standing; a fine
7 acres, close In, 4 acres in Italian
prunes, rest in oats, good houso and
barn ,an ideal place; $2700.
Soveral 10-acro tractB on Jefferson
road, close In, cheap,
170 acres closo In, good house, new
barn cost $1500, 50 acres In cultiva
tion, family orchard, running water
whole year, good spring, good timber,
$90 per acre.
320 acres, 80 acres In crop, house,
barn, timber and pasture, 2 miles
from town, $36 per aero, and all
kinds of city and country propdrty.
Fine houses in ovory part of city
J. O. SCHULZ & CO.
Room 1, Bush Bank, Salem,Ore.
Forty-ninth Annual Exhibition i
be Greater Than Ever.;?
v W RSLS.
GEO. 0. SAVAGE,
For Farms and City
t8J 8. COMMERCIAL ST.
IN PREMIUMS AND?
Grand Showing of Live Stock.
. Racing Program Complete.
Reduced Rates on all Railroads.
Come and bring your friends.
I J. H. BOOTH, Pres.
FRANK MEREDITH, Sec. I