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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 3 OOP- ".wiwv jf rgr,fjrf' wsr r TTr", f DAILY CAPITAL JOURML1 - BY HOPEE BBOB. ' OFFICIAL CENSUS BALB&L MAY, 1004, 13,287. Tho Roelgnation of Senator Mltoholl. The Portland board of trade has joined in the request of tlM Portland Qregeumn to hare Senator Mitchell resign, a wait aa the two Oregon con gressmen. The latter organisation take the ponttinn that the Qrogon del egation no longer represents the paopla of Oregon, and that theae tvffteiala are standing "in the way of Dm people." These prom lace are not well taken, aa Aenatnr Mitchell and the two con gressmen were the deliberate eholee of the people, by orerwbelming number. That verdict of the people haa not been recalled. In the rane of Congressman Hermann, he waa twlee re-elected la Ida fare of all the chargea now hang lng over him. Hut wo wlih to point out some cirmntstunces In these eases that have not been sufficiently em phasised. The Jonrnal dooa not ad mit that tho Oregon aoaatora and con gressmen hnvo boon guilty of any of fence that hare not boon common practice of aoaatora and congressmen In, alt the western eta toe and In many of tho eastern states. Theae practices mar have become intolerable abuses that should bo abolished, and doubtless tboy are. Itnl that Mitchell and Her mann and Wllllamoon hare boon guilty of any offense that baa net boon com mitted by their colleagues In the ann ate and congress, and by the people generally wo eaanot boUere. Can Anyone deny thai other senator from Oregon Ware taken fooa from corpora Uons while In office! Wore not other law firms thai happened to havo aa Vailed States sonator In the firm boon retained by corporations like tho Southern Pawlfle oompnny, and by tho Northern 1mMo asd by the 0. ft, A X. Co. Now, admitting that this is nil wrong, nnd wo believe it la, and would not for ourselves sanction any aerrlee by a sosjutor or eongr soman agamet tho luloroot of tho common. peoplei and admitting that It would In proper for Sonator Mitchell to r alga, nnd that It would bo desirable to have him do so, what nre tho equit ies nnd oourtooios to bo observed in tho HuUtorf Thors has not boon any regard paid to that toaster. Sonator Mitchell la one of tho eldest geuuter In tho United States, Ho haa served tho stale with distinction nnd ability and bos had reeofultlou in places high Hp on tho souuadttooa. Ho had lived down, nnd U friends had fought down, the blttorost poillUal opposi tion. Uvea tho nowopapor that has purwued him rolONttooaly for two gou ftrutlons, had made np with him nnd buried tho haiehoi after the moat pro longed and bitter struggle of an la Unsoly personal nature. Ou tho homo 'rnn of a long political eareor, Senator Mltoholl is tripped up and mwtalM a lmd fall at a time who tw oat was looking for It New stNndards of pot IMeal morality aro erostod. Now pol iolos of rectifying abuses U tho public sorviso aro Iwtroduood and procoouUd rolcwtlosety. In his oW ago he la pur sued by dotootivoc, and tho btUetcot anlmocdy ou the part of the Interior department and the department of Jus tice la displayed, to soouro Ms convic tion, while ho m at a tromondow dis advantage. Then those who havo joined in wilwttsiis process of reducing a sUtosman at tho eiimar of his on? roar to n felon oomo out and demand tbat ho resign at their behest. That should bo the Uot thing to ask of a proud and sonoitirc man like Sonator Mltoholl U tho hour of hla humlUatioa. Tho roeult if desired could not have bc made more certainly impossible Jf It had bcou sincerely desired to have secured the consent of Senator Mitchell to bringing about the appoint, i '. . ii i Your Idle MONEY Don't pay dividend. Why net tnako it earn aomethisg. A savings bank account affords an investment that is FBOriTABLE, SAFE AND CONVERTIBLE into cash when wanted. You can Increase or decrease the amount invested as eireuautanses require. There is so other invest ment that combines theae features in such convenient form. Interest paid at the rate of three por cent, compounded semi-annually. Savings Department CAPITAL (NATIONAL BANK Do Please 8 your Haii ment of another to fill his place, and it mar be admitted that hie influence at Washington has been In a large measure destroyed, fret as Sonator Si mon's influence wm destroyed by other proeoseet, there wue a cat tain amount of consideration for the fool ing of tho senator and for tho equities and tho courtesies duo too situation that should hare boos shown. Com mon decency wonld hare dietatod that tho suggestion bo made to tho aenator by a eommlttoo of persons, who, at least, had not bora noUrely engaged in fomenting his downall and promot ing his prosecution. A eommlttoo of gentlemen who ka4 boon his polities friends, not moroly resent followers of his successful standard, who had gone to him in good faith and pro poeod to him as an not of patriotism and justice that ho girs up tho plsee thai the- Internet of tho stats might bo batter promoted at a vary . trying time In Its history honest men, lm buod with only tho boat of good fool ing for ail concerned, could have made some improaoion en tho sonator and could do so Mill, in our opinion. They could approach him In the right spir it and' aakt aa n faver what form the other standpoint waa demanded by po litical enemies. livery human being baa Interest and foollnga nnd considerations that ho must bo loyal to. Senator Mltoholl kao boon a loyal friend of Oregon. Ho has given his life and his eorrlote In an unsparing manner. If he hotl boon nobed by frlanda as an not of patriotic duty to sever his eonnoetioa " representative In tho upper oha bor ho might hnvo considered It. We do not my that ho can consider It now. Hut wo do say that In his old ago bo should1 not hnvo boon roughly asked to ly down tho crowning hon ors of a lifetime. He should havo boon naked in kindness. The friends who nsked it should hnvo made off or la not to havo the act used or construed against him. They should have co llated the governor of tho state to agree to not appoint some personal en emy of the senator. The governor might oven have consented to havo ap pointed noma man who has not only net been tubing sldss against Sepator Mitchell, lmt might havo named a Democrat, who was bin personal friend. Under aueh circumstances tho resig nation of tho senator might hnvo heefc obtninod if the matter had been ap proached In the right spirit nnd with some decent ebosrvntlon of the re nulremeule of the situation. Hut the senator's resignation can never bo procured by the use of a aiub, or pres sure of hostile public sentiment. The Capital Journal Is not suggest ing that Senator Mltoholl should re-' sign nor how hi resiguatlon should be brought about. It realises what all fait minded1 men moot admit, that tho senator had a perfect right to appeal to tho supremo oeurt of the United States, and to stand upon hla right of appeal, and pending which he haa Ov ary right to be adjudged innocent and uueeavieted of any crime. There is no legal or moral obligation resting up on him, or that ean be created out of the faetn of the ease, that oblige Urn or require him to resign. Hut when hie resignation is brought about, if it U ever accomplished, It will have to be done along tho lines indicated. Ho ean never be dragooned into resign ing. His trial savored mere of too po litical court martial than of a pro ceeding In a court of justice. It took all the power and pressure of two cab last officials and an unknown back ing and unlimited power of ths presi dent at the command of Distriot At temey Hiwey to secure a ooavictloa. Under different oircumstanees he could BOt ""' convicted. Indications nre that Mr. Heaey is not received 'with such awe and reverence In other states as he h) In Oregon. There may yet come brighter days for Senator Mitchell. Hut even a man on trial for his Ufa is entitled- In a free coun try to all the equities and courtesies that are due him. A Western Oregon Man. (The Beenll, CequlMa, Qee county.) Director Withyeom.be of the Oregon experiment station, is by common, eon- sent the foremost ItcpubMoan candi date for governor. While here during the farmers' institute he impressed ( all who met him as a man who is sound enough to take an interest ia all the really geed things of life ' and old enough for the judgment and discre tion which is the, result of experi ence. Ho ha a habit of dejag things, and ean conduct mere institutes, do mere experiment work, at the station, leek after more correspondence with the In quiring farmers of Oregon, and direct mere young men In the way they Don't havo a falling out with your hair. might leave you I Then wJiati" Hotter ease It bv felvinn It a good hair-food Ayer's Hair Vigor. The hair stops coming out, becomes soft and smooth, and all tho deep, rich color of youth combs baok to gray hair. Sold for 60 years. fcft&Sfe; should go to become intelligent farm ers than any other man in the educa tional circles of the west. Eastern Oregon furnished1 the gub ernatorial candidate on ths Republican tlokst last time. This yoar western Oregon's turn and thttre is he man in tho state mors representative and bar lng greater irascibilities of ueefallMoss, more deserving of tho honor, thug Dr. Wlthyconsbe. lie is well finalised for tho office. Ton Years of Woman Suffrage. (Madame for November. Tho actual results of a trial of wo man suffrage for ton yours lit Ameri can cities nnd towns is summed up ns follows) 1. Neither the efficiency el Mvorn moot nor tho standard of uejhjn off! elals is rniood in any appreciable de gree. Men continue in almost com plete eoatrol of tho governMOaTU S. No groat change w apparent In party politics. I. Women take more internet In civ ic affairs where they have the ballot. !. The effect on the groat majority of woman of exercising the suffrage right 'Is beneficial rather than harm ful. K. Tho imsoibtllly of dtffteullj in the heme remain an argument against tho change. 0. Women aro intense partisans, as practical as men in governmental affair. 7. The tendency to elect women to office lessen. 8. Aa the Impression of otrangcue4 wears off, many men loco their preju dice a gal net woman sufrage. . The majority of woman have n desire for the ballot, but once having It, they win not relluulh the power. 10. After n community haa adjust cl Itsehf to the change, universal suTfrsg promote the universal welfare, though In no pronounced manner. Wobfeet Will Bo Driven. Doubtless the Oregenlan has arrived at the conclusion ore this that tho peo ple of Oregon aro very well satisfied with their state capital right where It Is. The people have net taken kind ly to the suggestion of the Oregon Ian that It lie moved to Portland and arc not at all worried because the Ore gonmn haa apparently tried to use tho proposition as a sort of club to drive the people into line In support of federal aid to that city In exclu sion of other seetfomi of tho state. Dut If will not go. We arc all proud of Portland and desire to sec her' grow and prosper like the proverbial green bay jree, but not to tho detriment of other portions of the state. Browns ville Times. 8TBAIN TOO ORBAT, Hundreds of Salsm Headers Find It So. The hustle and worry ef business men, The hard work and steeping ef werk men, The woman's household cares, Are toe great a strain on the kidneys. Backache, headache, sMeache, Kidaey troubles, urinary troubles fal low. A Salem oitiaen tells you bow to euro them all, Jacob B. MaCey, bridge builder and contractor, residing on Capitol street, second house beyond Mill creek, saysi "I have always enjoyed good health up to five or six years age. Along about that time my kidneys com menced to bother me. There was net so much baskaebo, but the irineipal symptoms ware in connection with the kidney secretleas. A strain or over exertion Very eften caused hemorr hages of tho kidneys. I cannot say that it was so painful, but it was very annoying. I used various remedies, And while seme gave relief, others ware worthless. In some way Doan's Kidney Ellis. wero brought to my no tlse, and when up town I dropped into Dr. Stone's Drug Store and procured a hex, taking them as directed. A few doses gavo very convincing proof that they were going to the right spot, and though I can't say they havo oured mo as I may never bo oured, I can state that they gave me wonderful relief. I have a high opinion of Doan's Kid. ney'a Pills and cheerfully recommend them," For Bale by all dealers. Prico CO cents. Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Bomomber tho name Doan's nnd toko no other. Wo save you a big silver dollar on Daily jonrnal aubsoriptlens Saturday, November 11th. Bead tho largo dis play ad for particulars. tf Honoy, tho Only IT. There nre a good many degrees of pgotlsm, and Attorney Frances Heney, he of land fraud fame, seems to hare them all at once. In a speech at San Francisco, the day before the election, he said, among othsr things: "I say to you further that If SchmlU Is re elected mayor for another two years, grafting will become so bad, owing to the renewed1 courage they will have, that the people of San Frunelee will send for me In whatever part of the United States I am, and bet; me to come back hero and put Bucf In the penitentiary,-where ho belongs," It will bo soon from this that Heney imnginos bo is the only man or lawyer on earth. A Master of Time. At a country fair a machine which bore n sbja reading "Hew to Make Your Trousers Loot" occupied a prom inont position on tho grounds nnd at trusted much attention. A country man who stood gaping before it was told by the exhibitor, a person with a long black muetaeho, a mlnotrel-ctripo shirt nnd a ninety-four carat diamond in a red cravat, that for 1 coat depos ited In tho slot tho machine would dt pence Its valuable sartorial advice. The countryman dug the required coin from the depth of a deep peeket an?i dropped it Into the slot, Inetnntly the maculae delivered a card on which was neatly printed: "Make your ooat nnd wulcteoat flrt,' Harper's Weekly, o Nick Curler can not overlook HCh a good opportunity ns the dramatlna tlon of tho Boston suit eaie mystery. A GOOD NIGHT'S REST "flpesV fsrttr fccftUtedfi, rof the kMw 1h her Hut heart, ThetOemau ayiMu. Home ureal Uftrurc OeuM hHh end y lwptt. ITIitt greatest tonic on earth Is a good night's ret. Koetless nights and the tor rlWs exhaustion of a hacking cough are dreed dangers of the poor consumptive. JHt why this fear of the night when a few dose of Dr. lkMchec's German Syrup will insure refreshing sleep, entirely free from cough or night sweat? Pre ox pectoratkMt In the morning Is made cer tain by takii'- German Syren. a We know liy the experience of over ilrty-flve years that one 7-ceHt lwttle el Oonnan Symn will sivsetRly relieve ot ly rei .brow cure the worst eougbs. oobls, ehlal or lung troubles ami that, oven Ih bad oases of cousumptioH, one lsrue bottle oi urn man nrrup win work wotHlers qTwo sites, 35c and 730. All druggists, Held in Salem by 8. a Stone. Woven Wie Fencing; Oar of fencing to arrive about No vember Mtb. Place your orders now, and get reduced price Write for par ticulars. Prises always the lowest en poultry netting; pests, gates, plain and barb wire and shingles, Walbet Motley 60 Court Street, Sales) Ttis is a STUDEBAKER IZZER This buggy comes with weed spring bars, aa shown, or with Bally body loops. It has unsur passed materials ia it, and the fin ish is the sort that leeks good, no mat ter hew wag in service, The leather trimming is first-class. Cushion hair stuffed and mounted with-geed springs. Long distance axles and oil tempered, Swedish steel springe that ride as easy as a palase ear. Call ami soo it when you want a bug- F. A. Wiggins Implement House, 255-357 Liberty Hi. Fara Implements, Wheels, Aatomo Mlee, Sewing Machines aad EsBnUea. BARON DE HIRS1I TRADE SCHOOL, NEW YORK. Tho most critical customer of the average custom tailor Is unable to find a fault In the Single and Double Breasted SACK SUITS labolod flpdpcnjaminstj MAKEHS NEWyoRK yet they cost about half as much. Ilie weser.' OMmitM, and eurs, wlih every MnuMt WnMiae; Hits mfeet. We are o0uste agents here. G. W. Johnson Co. (Incorporated.) It Is a Cow Train, Complaint continues all the time of the poor railroad service in and out ef Hrownevlllo. Some mm leaving hero at 0 o'eloek got in Albany at 18 (f'oloek, which is worse even than the eervlee ef the main road during the fair days, a fact duo to tho trains on the Oregon lino running from Natron to Woodburn like a row going to her slaughter. Allmny IVmwrat. Notice It. It, Ityan & Oc and Goo. D. Sprnpo & Go, have consolidated their bullae aa real eeUto dealers, and the business will Its conducted at the old George D. Sprape stand, No. 610 8tato street, opposite (he Court House whero wo will bo pleased to meet all ear old easterners, also new ones. If you havo property to sell, rent or ex changer or want to buy, rent or trade property. Or If you want-a lean on real estate, or have money to lean on good first mortgage realty we ean plaee it for you on short notice. We also ean give you the best ef Arc, life and accident Insurance at lowest rates. No te ry work of all kinds dene R. R. RYAN & Co. If you sit ou the fence and eher a otmw at jda ating time you ara'l It. awe to be 10 awfuly pceinenae bueinesc Is ieje harvi 'rem seed adnrtUtiigtho $j journal nw, M s M M 4HiiiiizKiiigeig9BaBBBSHCBa96a.tlsIKoIsl NO OTHER BAKING POWDER MAKES SUCH Tltm BAKE GOODS AS Eppley's Perfection Baking Powder A. L. FRASER Successors to Burroughs & Fraser, Pkmbing, Tinning and Roofing JXi 3 neaUDS &nd w., Hiuuuaieeo. 367 State Btrcet, Salem, QIEET SEED WANTED Ve want a limited nmou. 1 if Cooj elonn seed, Drlng sampl m D. A. WHITE &SON FEEDMEN AND SBEDMEN MS Commercial h Phone 100. Salem, or. saaaMeertea&earou, I Gold Dast Flotir j Made by THE SIDNEY P0W ER COMPANY, Sidney, 0t gon. Mnde for family m A your grooor for it Dran uj aborts Always on hand, ' P. B. Wallace AGENT WcM Building Material Of all klndu and tho right kin J tuU found at our yards. We sell ct.1; tk best lumber, and those who hare tut our building material hnvo alnn been satlsAol. Lot us figure ca ynr next bill of lumber. aOODALE LUMBER 00, Near 8, -P. PaieecDger Depot. Phono 61 Main. OATITAL NORMAL 8OH00L, BaIoiu, Oregon. Normal, Aoadomle, DuiirM, Tf raphy, Oivll Scrvito and Muii", Wo aro fortunate in securing th servIsAa of Dr. Pnrvln for t'ns deeu meat. Wo havo also Arranged tot 1 Primary Department, and shall hut elesees In all grades from the first a tho twelfth. Address, J, J, KKAm Salem, 0f I wfsS!9aT iffeawar ffinga VfclH 'ir''Ul ." Jn kLj lA-. ytv- "rS Ed6isicsatieg0ioseioiH0Beiesi4i rushed at harvest USE IT ONCE AND YOU WHi NEVEE USE ANT OTHBB-IT O THE ABSOLUTELY PUBE KIKIX SOLD BY ALL OBOCEES. Buildill8 Vok ol all kinds estuast Phone 1511. nirririifiiiiwimniiin tttoMfiaolheVi rrrgf "