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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
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PROGRESS INANJJNITED PARTY.
Candidate Bowerraan showed further conception of the
needs of the hour by taking a stand for progressive Re
publicanism at Salem .
He renewed his devotion to the People's measures and
came out tor business administration in the purchase of sup
plies. He showed that in buying supplies for ten different state
institutions that the state was paying all kinds of prices for
the same stuff,
He came out for the New York plan of having all corpora
lions put under a public servics commission , instead of just
, one very expensive Railroad Commission.
He advocated the regulation and control ot issues of bonds
and stocks by public service jorporations a law against
These are indications that lie is not the corporation candi
date, and has the .common horse sense that takes the side of
As the choice of the Republicans for governor, just as
much as Mr, Bourne was four years ago, he is entitled to
support of Republicans.
There is no excuse for Republicans who believe in the Di
rect Primary law and the progressive principles of the Re
publican party pot supporting the whole ticket that was
named September 24th,
OUR BEAUTIFUL INDIAN SUMMER.
Oregon is reveling in the most perfect Indian summer days,
and October Is still to come,
The weather is changing to more perfect beauty and au
tumnal days are a constant delight.
So many perfect days with mellow haze in the air and soft
sunsets ,are a wonder,
Oregon is still reveling in abundance of flowers and the
hills are colored with bloom of forest and heather.
This is the season of fruits and flowers, and the song of
the. high school girl and the college maid are heard in the land,
Tliere will be soft showers ana plenty of mushrooms and
over it alMs the soft 'glow of Indian Summer.
It is the ripening season of the year, and the time for out
door enjoyment and reveling in the perfection of nature,
AIRING MR. WEST'S RECORD.
Oswald West, the Democratic candidate for governor, has
been State Land Agent and Railroad Commissioner ,and has a
I he Capital Journal believes the public records of public
officials are public property, and open to discussion.
Mr, West has had the benefit of all the good things the
newspapers could say about him for the past ten years and
In the snort month before the election for governor he will get
some of the other side,
He has every advantage in this, as ho is in office and has
the ear of the public and a biy organization back of him.
The Capital Journal will print all that can fairly be said
against Mr, West as a public official now that he is a candi
date, It will allow him space to reply, and will not shut him out
of its columns, as was done bysome newspapers in our own
The Capital Journal will conduct. a gentlemanly campaign
on behalf of its ticket, and on behalf of the opposing -candl
SALEM NEEDS AN AUDITORIUM.
The Bowerman rally Saturday night again showed the need
ot a large auditorium for the Capital City,
Twice as many people were turned away as could get into
the opera house to hear the speaking.
An auditorium that would hold five thousand people would
have been filled to the doors Saturday night,
Such an auditorium would uo the means of bringing large
conventions to the city, and would make Salem popular.
Thero are still good comers or situations on the streets in
the business center of the cityor near .in that could bo had,
The city of Salem should have a large public hall of this
kind, maintained by the city, and it would become profitable.
Such a building could not pay taxes and the high license
asked, and be made profitable, and if built by private capital
should be exempt to a certain extent from burdensome taxa
FIGHTING DUNIWAY FOR STATE PRINTER.
As Mr, Duniway made rotrejichmwt and reform the policy
of his administration in the past, he will In the future,
The fight of men liko W. J, .C'arke and other ber-oficiaries
on the state ticket reveals the quality of their Republicanism.
.Holding places of Republican trust, owing all tnoy are
financially to tho Republican party, they set a bad examp'e
fighting tho tlckot.
, If the Republican party deciJes to put the State Printer oi
aFlat'Salaryand have stato ownership 01 the plant, DunN
way will take that plan, and save the state money.
Duniway is a business man. and will protect the taxpayer
under any system, and he cannot be defeated by assistant
Tho Assembly mado at least one mistake when it nomi
nated W. J. Clarke, of Gervals, the candidate for state printer.
Ho has prated about his Republicanism for yoars, and now
it is shown that all his loud-mouthed protonsions are a fraud.
The Direct Primary law Is a rough-on-rats that enables
the Republican party to get rid of its spurious olements.
Cczonia All Ovor Baby's Body.
old his into broke out, with eczema,
and fit sixteen months of age, his face,
hands and arms were In a dreadful
Mate Tht errema spread all over his
hotly.- Wo hud to put a mask or cloth
over his face and tie up his hands.
Finally we gave him Hood's Snrsapa
rllla and In a f.w months he was en
tirely cured. Today he Is a healthy
boy." Mrs. Inez Lewis, Baring, Maine.
Hood's Sarsaparllla cures blood dls-,
oaes and builds up the system.
Get It today In usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
STATU CHAIRMAN' NOTTINGHAM
ADMITS THERE IS A FIGHT ON
AND SAYS THE WAV TO UP
HOLD THE DIRECT l'lUMYRV
LAW IS TO ELECT THE WHOLE
That grizzled Republican veteran
nnd lighter for retrenchment In the
legislature who Is now State Chair
man Nottingham, was In town today
and spoko freely of tho prospects
for tho Republican ticket:
"We havo a fight on our hand3
and may as well admit it. I havo
faith In tho outcome of tho whole
ticket. Tho principal attack la made
on the candidates for governor and
stato printer and it Is purely Demo
cratic In Its sources the Democra
tic machine and their allies. Tht
Tho Republicans have decided on
their candidates and the election of
tho whole ticket is necessary as a
guaranty of the proper workings of
the direct primary law. If tho Re
publicans go hack on their own tick
et and the law enacted by thom, nel-
thor tho law nor the party has any
futuro in Oregon. " If tho people
como to tho conclusion, that tho law
is to bo made the means for disinte
grating tho party, they will demand
its repeal Immediately, and the way
to uphold tho law and establish It
forover i3 to elect tho whole ticket
nominated under it with a rousing
pld-fashioned majority and defeat
tho plottings of tho malcontents.
Wo have overy encouragement o
boliovo tho whole tlckot will he
olected but we might as well realize
that It will tako an united effort. I
am a Statomont No. Ono Republican
and I must say overy, member of the
assonibly Is showing a fine spirit of
loynlty to tho law and Is supportln
tho whole ticket aB nominated under
the direct primary law.
vce Thero has boen . considerable
agitation lntoly in regard to having
the company bufld n spur to tho 3
P. depdt to better accomodate the
traveling public. As yet the com
pany has made no statement ns to
what it intends to do. Thero is ono
thing certain, howover, tho manage
ment of the' company, Instead of try
ing to ineet tho people half way,
scorns to tnJte delight in antagoniz
ing the people who have occasion to
patronize Its cars on the depot run.
A little -incident happened last
night that is nn occurrence practi
cally every day nnd tho company can
only havo itself to blamo when such
treatment finally causes Salom citi
zens to rise up and demand that
they give better service to tho depo.
Last night when the G:40 south
bound S. P. train arrived In tho
city, the people began to pour ot
and across the bridge to the little
waiting station nt tho corner of 12th
and Oak streets. Just as the first
ones in the crowd were on tho bridge
the Yew park car camo around tho
curve toward town, stopped a sec
ond to let a man oft and without
waiting an lnstaMt, deliberately
pulled out and left the hurrying peo
ple This kind of treatment certain
ly did not tend to make good feeling
for the company. Tho peoplo gath
ered around on the crossing and as
it was beginning to sprinkle, about
a quarter of them started to walk
as the station was not big enough
for them all to get Into.
Leaving the people in th's manner
is a common occurrence. If the mo
torman on that car had received or
ders to wait only "one minute"
when ho saw the people hurrying
towards him, practically every one
on tho train who wished (o go down
town would have caught tho car and
tho 12-mlnuto schedule on tho Yew
park lino would not have been seri
The writer is a Salem citizen and
wishes to see tho P. R. L. & P. com
pany have fair treatment, but he al
so wishes to see the people of Salem
get the same kind of treatment.
Tho company, by allowing such prac
tices as these will have only Itself to
blame If 'it is forced to put a track
in and run. a special car to the de
A FAIR MINDED SALI3MITE.
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Granltoville, Tt. "I wa3 passing
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trouble public so you may publish
this letter." Mns. Chas. 13ajiclay,
R.F.D., Granite ville, Vt.
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THE DOGS FIGHT
HIM) DOG SHIPPED TO SEATTIjE
IS POISONED, AND THE HUIjIj
DOG STICKS OUT HIS JAW
Pit OG N ATI 1 0 US, THE HIGGEST
THING AT V.-HEMAWA.
such an act.
men of tho
It is up to you, gentle'
council. It Is your
MAN WHO WANTED
TO KILL BENSON
William H. Williams, tho maniac
who walked across tho continent
from Oregon to Washington, D. C,
to lay his clulms of persecution by
the officers' nnd insnno asylum au
thorities before congross and had
wnlkod back again as far as Cali
fornia with the- avowed purposo of
wranklng his vongoanco upon the
person of Governor Hanson, Is safe
ly osconcod In tho California insnno
asylum, at Stookton, whoro ho was
committed by tho California author
ities when they became eonvinivd
that he was Insnno and a dnngeroiu
man to be nt large. Dr. A. 11
Tamloato, first assistant physician at
the Oregon nay turn, who went to
Stookton recently to parauado th
California authorities to either com
mit WlfHinis there or turn him ovor
to the Oregon authorities for saro
keeping, returned Saturday eveniut
and reports that ho had no trouble
In convincing the California official
that Williams was lnsaue and they
took every preoaution to place him
out ot harms way.
It's Up To tho Council.
Salem's citizens or a goodly mini
bor of them at least, aro wondciing
what tho city council will do with
tho "defl" given by Chester Murphy
In moving his old wooden bull'flitg
from Stato onto Liberty street. The
act Is clearly In defiance of tho or
dinance establishing fire limits, and
ns Murphy hn3 moved apparently al!
ho wants to, It looks as though U
was tho 'council's next move, ff
this is permitted, tho fire limit or
dinance might as well bo repealed.
I understand Mr. Murphy claims to
ha'vo had authority from Acting May
or Stolz for tho removal of the build
ing, but even if this is true, it strikes
me that Mr. Stolz exceeded his au
thority, for surely neither tho mayor
nor the councllmen havo any more
right to nld In violating a city ordi
nance than any common cltizon, and
certainly in their official capacity,
no rl?ht whatever to countenance
PUHCHASED A HKATj
OLD STH A I ) I V A H I rs
f UNITED Pr.ESa LEASED WirtH.J
Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 10. A pawn
broker on Pacific street is bemoaning
his luck, while a Commerce street
cobbler and a dealer in musical in
struments, both aro congratulating
themselves today as a result of the
passage through their hands of a rare
Stradlvarlus violin The pawn
broker first secured possession of the
Instrument from a Gorman sailor
who,. being "broke," parted with tho
treasure for one dollar. The pawn
broker, In turn, sold It to tho cob
bler for $10, and thought himself for
tunate. The cobbler was playing on it the
same evening, when a prominent mu
sic dealer was passing tho shop, step
ped In and offered to buy the Strad.
The music man finally secured pos
session by paying $500.
The dealer Is holding the violin at
Tho pleasant purgative effect ex
perienced by all who use Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and
tho healthy condition of the body and
mind which they create, makes one
f el joyful. Sold by all dealers.
There Is a row at the government
Indian school at Chemawa over dogs.
Superintendent Chalcraft for some
time had d. fine bird dog and As-1
slstant Superintendent Campbell Im
ported a bulldog from Spokane, and !
then the trouble began. As an Intro-j
ductlon the bulldog got a calf by the'
nose, and chewed It up badly, and
then there was a canine mlxup in the
office of tho superintendent, In which
both Superintendent Chalcraft and
his son were bitten, and had to come
to Salem to have their wounds dressed
Mrs. Chalcraft fainted, and has not
yet wholly recovered from tho ef
fect. Chalcraft ordered tho Camp
I havo the largest stock of re
cleaned votch seed In Salem, and
can quote you prices cheaper thar
you can buy from grower.
Timothy, Fancy Idaho
Orchard Grass, Fey Imp.
Kentucky Blue, Fey Imp,
English Rye, Imp.
Write for Prices.
If. WILLIAM TIIIELSEN
151-1G1 High St.
For More than Three Decades.
Foley's Honey and Tar has been a
household favorite for coughs, colds.
bell dog removed from tho premises, .'d aiiments of the throat, chest and
and Campbell said he would remove lllcgSi Contains no opiates, and no
mo li,llmfr u'lmnnunf tho litrl fine1.
was removed, and then both dogs
were sent up to Salem in charpo of a
fanclor, and ho soon returned them,
and Superintendent Chalcraft, to
keep peace In the family, sent his
dog to Seattle, whore ho was poisoned
Tho bulldog Is still dn possession of
tho premises and has the freedom of
tho grounds at Chemawa. There
will probably bo an official test made
as to whether an officii:! mil keep a
bulldog at a government school, and
it may tako an order from the com
missioner of Indian affairs to settle
Hoarseness In a child .subject to
croup is a sure Indication of the ap
proach of the disease If Chamber-
Is in's Cough Remedy is given at once
or oven after tho croupy cough has
appeared, It will prevent the attack.
Contains no poison. Sold by all
If you don't make a fool of your
self the other fellow won't stand
much show of fooling you.
Your cough annojs you. Keep on
hacking end tearing the delicate
membranes of your throat If you
want to bo annoyed. But if you want
rollof, want to be cured tako Cham
berlain's Cough iiemedy. Sold by all
harmful drugs, nefuse substitutes.
Rod Cross Pharmacy (H. Jerman)
No doubt It Is commendable to
pay your taxes, but It Is elso painful
and difficult when you can't seo
them coming back in the shape of
some sort of service.
"it Heats All."
This is quoted from a letter of M.
Stockwell, Hannibal, Mo. ' "I recently
u:.cd Foley's Honey and Tar for the
first time, To say I am pleased does
not half express my feelings. It
beats all the remedies I ever used. I
had contracted a bad cold and was
nearly sick In bed, having a terrible
headache and cough and was threat-,
ened with pneumonia. The first doses
gave great relief and one bottle com
pletely c,ured me. I shall always
recommend Foley's Honey and Tar."
Red Cross Pharmacy (H. Jerman'
Rockefeller and Morgan are begln-
nlngto realize that thero aro no bur
glar proof safes In the sweot by and
QHICKE&s'fER S PILLS
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I.iulii fl alt 7 our IrueirUt for
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rilijiri -iKi (joM metallic
fn.'.c .i; oilier. Iluy of vour
Jfrm. K rorCIU.C'irfcH.TEnB
v :cnj I'IIjLm. for afiI
jf r.l r.m:t. t. Safest, Alwayi Reliable
THE OPEN FORUM
Complains of Car Service..
The Journal is in rocolpt ot
Salom poopls are vory nuioh In-
tarostod In the strost car company
and are randy to do praotlonlly any
thing to help that company Biiooeel
o that it can glvo them good sov-
Capital National Bank J
Oldest National Hank la
Marie n County,
II. Albert, Pres.
B. M. Cr Isan, VIco-Pres.
Jos. II, Albert, Cashier.'
John A. Carson,
Qoo. V. Rodgers.
Autumn has come and the cool weather is here. It's now
time to change one's shoes. Our store is the place where
the best, the newest and the latest shoes are to be found
and at the least prices. The freshest designs, the up-to-the-day-and-hour
creations. Heavy and light walking shoes
for men and women, shoes for the boys and girls, shoes for
the entire family. Beauty, comfort, service and small cost,
quality considered, are the features of our store
We Can Fit You
226 STATE STREET