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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 100"
...CAPITAL JOURNAL'S EDITORIAL tL3- I JHOFER4, BROS., PtfbfahcM a Proprietors tflHE JOURNAL STANDS FOR ITtOOHESS, RKVHLOI'ML'NT, GOOD GOVERNMENT. AND NO DEGRADUD LAROR. TIM? ( If AMHICKH OK THE HEART. Thoro are chambers In tlio liinmin lioart, Wharo wo bestow our tronsuros raro IVIioro memories Bwoot and thoughts bo donr, Aro hidden from tlio world's rudo Btnro. And no ono known tho wealth wo own, All stowod nwny nnd wifuly hid, Nor how -wo fonnt In thomnlono, And no ono to our banquot bid. And tlicro are graves within tho hunrt "Hllctit oily of tho dond," And sometimes In tho silent night, Among Hioho graves nlono wo tread. Alone, for sacred In tho spot, And llttto would tho odd world euro That hero wb burled hopes nnd Joys, And horo wo knelt In inael: despair. ( And in tho Jicnrt aro newborn hopes, That fill our hoartB with rwoot, glnd dreams, , . And llfo Is ovor moro to us Than to tho oiltsldo world It scoiiib, 'f How einpty llfo would ho without Tho Immures wo havo stowud nwny, On which to food our memory, On ovory dnrk and riruyry dnyl Ily Ella Martin. o CAMPAIGN FOR WATKRWAYH. Tho campaign for opuulng tho wntorwnyH nnd harbors of Orogon has only bouuii. Tho fact that Orogon Bant ton delogntos to tho National IMvorB nnd Harbors Congross for tho first time shows tho Intorost pooplo tnko In tho Improvement OV THE NATURAL MEANH OP TRANHUORTATION. Tho fact has boon rominontod upon Hint this tlnio thoro wnn no light made In congross on nny demand mndo for waterways or harbors In this 'ulnto, Tho delugntlon that wont to Washington hondod by tho govornor did ot go thoro for political effect. Thoy wuut for business and spent tholr Onto putting In good licks, PROM Till': PRESIDENT DOWN TO THE VHK8H. Tho Hint of Orogon has hnukud up tho efforts to get national help by making tin npjiroprlntlou for tho mnliitonutioe of tho portago railroad nt Tho Dullo of $ 1 0,000. ' Tho state has gone a step furtlior and appropriated 1300,000 to help tho federal goornmuut nwiulro THE LOCKS AND CANAL AT OREGON CITY TO .MAKE THE WILLAMETTE RIVER POREVER PREE. Oregon fared well In Hit recent sosslnn of congress, especially In tho mntter of appropriations for tho Improvement of bur wntorways. Por this purpose tho Htato received AUORKOATK APPROPRIATIONS OP .W, 3n,7ll,. This sum Is divided us follews: Improving tho mouth of the Columbia rlvir, Oregon and Washington. $3JRO,!J14. Of this amount tho sum or $700,000 Is ImuiedlnlBly nitUI k able. I.MPROVING Til II l)AI.MfcM.'HI.II.O OANAI,, tfOOo.ooo. Improving tliu Oolumbla rlvor above Celtlo. 1120,000. Improving the Oolumbla rlvur from Portland to thy sen, 11100,000. ImpiovlDK the upper Calumbln, between Weuutoliee and nrhlwport, iu,ono. Improving the upper Columbia anil Sim Ice river. $10,000. Improving Ooqullle rlrer. $10,000. Improving Coot river. $1900. for building and rualnlnlulug h ilroAg for Qreou ami Washington harbors, $100,900. Improving TlllftMook Uny. $U,0. IMPROVING PPPPIIR WII.IHMlflMri RlVUII, SIXTY THOUSAND J)OLUltH. Improved ClNUkftnle rttor, $100. In addition to tho river Mini harbor ItMproveiHettU Orgou reeelvwl appropriation or $1000 for a toiinkoao Una to tit Unipnuu river light station. $7iao for CwUtr Uke Pork, ami $110,000 for a Columbia river lightship. o iimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiH i .,.nrrtlinnmt tiv Imrmnnlnus or ...... . .a..irSU DtlVllt3l'IVIIVl " " TRY THIS FOR RACK ACHE, tjganlzatlon that their efforts may OrinK Ilium iu juonwv ..- n tm -.i.i dMilInK which is their only demand UOV (lll( Sill JflUOUi JlliiUU "J -- ..,nrmn ., f,.iir..in.,. T the Labor pnrty is organized Fluid Extract of Dandelion, ono-lmlf ounco. Compound Kargon, one ounce. Compound Syrup Snrsapn- rllln, threo ouncos. Shnko well In a bottlo and tako a tcaBpoonful dose after eaoh inoal. Tho nbovo Is considered by ornlnont authority as tho finest proscription ovor written to rollovo Uncknchc, Kidney ', Troublo nnd Weak Bladder. ; This combined mlxturo should net on tho ollmlnatlvo tlssucB of '. tho Kidneys to filter and Btraln ; tho uric acid and othor waBto ; mnttor from tho blood which causes Rheumatism. I Doing composed entirely of ; vogotnblo Ingredients, It Ib 1 hnrtnless nnd Inexpensive. ! Mix Home nnd glvo it a trial. ' It certainly comos highly rec ; ommonded. It Is tho proserin i Hon or an ornlnont specialist, ! whoso entire ronutntlon, It is Bald, was established by It. nnn i Mini inn hhik OREGON THIRD PARTY Platform and Declaration of Principles of Union Labor Organization of the Portland, Platfoim nnd preamble Labor party adopted nt Mar eh, 1. Tho liberty, equal rights and op portunltles to a'.l whloh our country's cousitutlo'i dri lures to bo our In alletmhlo .lurltage can bo nttaluud only bj hjiiiMit and Just lnwa, whloh will allow no oppromlou to tho many or permit spudlal ravors to tlt row. Thi spirit or liberty and love or Jus Hot It Inherent In the heurtit of the American iieoplu; but tho oxitruHfilou of populHr will In government has al ways beon prevented by the tnoties of ertl mid uuevruiiiilouH nnllLlalmia. who, lwcko.1 by powerful oontblHN tloiw of corporate wenlth are ever roeUy to opnoe the eusetmeHt or OHforcoHieiit of any Inw tending to pruiMote the health, comfort or mor- Hllty of tin working cIhmmw. Thar OUllllV SCllOOleil 111 luiltlliwl trlnL'nru. It key are ever preeent in halls of log Wo invito tho aid of all good cltl- ,.c irapnnWatM nf nnrtv nrcfcrcnccs ;,In national politics) who believe in ilmir tirinnlnlmi ns offorlnc n solution of local probloms affecting our dally .. i lives; whllo welcoming all who pro ;;.ress attachment to those principles we give nouco unit inu uisuuuuBk uuu seir-seeking will bo rigidly oxcluded rrom our confidence, Tor tho objects we seek to obtain must not bo Jeop ardized by selfish ambition within our ranks. s Rcdnrntlon or Principles. Piodglng oursolvos to faithful ad herence to tho Intcrosts of labor and of tho commonwealth in political ac tivlty, tho Lnbor pnrty submits to tho pooplo of tho stato of Oregon tho rollowlng declaration or prlnclplPR" 1. Wo demand municipal owner ship or public utllltlos In their nn turo monopolistic. Under municipal ownership employes will rccelvo just treatment without 8 1 rife, nnd the community will securo decent, order ly nnd economical conduct or utlll tlos Insopnrablo from communal llfo. Wo ndvocnto no sudden change Wo do ndvocnto acquisition or theso utllltlos along conservative linos, certain and suro. Wo rofrr particu larly to tho stroot railways, and cnP attontlon to tho dally spectacle of discomfort nnd lndcconcy on nil sub urban linos In hording of pnssongcrs. rognrdless of ago, disability or sex. 2. Wo favor tho chnrtor amend ment rogulnttng tho giving or rohato cherks to all pussongors unnblo to socuro soats on stroet cars. 3. Wo domnnd spoody tormlun- tlon or tho oxclustvo prlvlloKes now oxerclsod by nil corporations. 1. We are opposed to rononl or tampering or tho present Chinese o- elusion law. Wo ndvocnto extension or the law to Include JiUHimwo and Corenns. 8. We advocate flection or Pnl " State sonatort by direct voto of the people, and wo will withhold our support from nil legislative candl- Tea Satisfactio dAfolosrafeJ TfA ft CEYLON SEVEN FLAVORS Golden Gate Japan Golden Gate "English Brc Golden Gate Cevlnn Golden Gate Oolong Golden Gate Fancy Blend Golden Gate Gunnm. Golden Gate Black and Gra VacliJ ,n FJavor-TljU Ctrt, J. A. Folger&Co,sfc,. HEAVY DRAFT HORSES Are Bringing the Growers and Shippers Good Prices J. Connor shipped IS bond of heavy draR horses to his son, W. E Connor, or Seattle, who has a salo stable, with a railroad track to his yard. Frolght Ib $75 n cnr. Mr. Connor is also shipping cheat hay, rrolght rato $ 1 a ton. Hay is worth $23 to $27 a ton at Seattle. Most hay sont to tho Sound country is shlppod rrom Potntuma, Calirornia Tho horsos shlnpod by Mr. Conner rnngod nil tho wny from $175 to ,$300 each, weighing 1300 pounds nnd over. Sniuplo Tfiim. Mr. Connor, has a fancy tonm of iblaeks that, In good flesh, will WHgh nonrly 1800 each. Thoy aro; furm-bred nnlmnls. named "Corbett" land ".Jorrroy," nro Jot blnok and 4 I Till! TA.YPAVHR NOT PltOTHCTHR. In oanshlvritiR the proUlemn of good nuverumeut. one itiuat be lm lirotuted with the way Hewaiwpere Ih OrKon protect grafts. Too mtmy are mete pluittlu orKans of oitlotalUm, eitnetluuluK euorouohmemg hwh TliiveriiHKWit from the intMt telth sotiroe. The tlHllr phm or l'rtlnil give sreat apace to the wonderful lm imivemeHU THAT Allll TO Hit MA III! AT INSTITUTIONS OP HIGH lilt HDl'CATION. The Capital JourHnl has a (ollowlHg nwoag the farmers and the pw 10 of the Willamette valley that HO NOT RHLIIIVR IN TIIH U.VHIt STRAINED KXPMHTATION OP TIIH TA.VI'AYIIIIH. Hut the orgaue or the pri'divelous ulemeHls known that the taxpayer u .MorgnnUI and they Hook with the orgnnUM graft. What do tho newspapers enre If tho ttitnunl rtxel emolument of one lHstltutlou aro lncrtMel f ITI.000T What do theee rupreseuutlvn Qt am lenlMaUea ture. e ltic as lhlr own urafts out of the public treamiry are uniUotid. wfeat be uouios of the taxpayrr DoublliiK moro than doubling the annual Ihgd ohurgM Mftea the tax IHUfW IS NOT COMMUNTHII PPON. Tho state prM outsldu of Portland gimeraHy eondemHa tkew mon uiuontal grafts. Hut fchat ao the Ultle eountrj'. lU'lyt-tlio-cireuk iwjwr. like The Capi tal Journal, amount to AGAINST TIIH WIOLRS.LK ADM1NISTHA TIO.V Ol' JOURNALISTIC SLHIIPINGIH)TIONS OP HUV.VKtfl' JOIR. NAI.IS.Mf itaUoH ami courts of Jottloe. ontier ,U) oppoee any meaeiire calculated to etirb the altHMt uulliMlled privilege of the monopolistic claee or throt tle and tight to the death any attempt nt leglhwttoH favorable to those who toll. This deplorable eoudltlun ohh only be ehauged by the united efforts of the laboring claee. that It may be quickly and forever elwiHMd by the orgnuluitlon and coneontrtUluH of their mtanty foreee Is a truth that must be appureMt to all. The organised wage-earHere of to day are the only potent oosUolo on. ,NM(iig the great corporations that are a tuenaee Hot only to the welt be- , ink ui wwinoiwc society but to popu lar government alse: but lack of vmtty In purpoe and action has hlth orto jirotwte.t labor from meeting with buocmm lit Its attempt to bettor conditions by ballot That tholr forees may be brought together and Iind & VOnrst (llll Tlll.ll- miuiunrnmniito uutm no are not in ruvor of tho aro exactly allko. Corbett wns rulsed wimv, nun who win not pledge them selves to Mtpport the people's oholco. 0. Wo aro opposed to leasing or convict and hrlncluK them In com petition with free labor. We favor putting convicts to work on state and county roads. 7. Wj advocate enactment and rigid enforcement of more stringent rhtld-labor laws. . We demand that all elty, coun ty and state work be done by the au thorities wherever practicable, and not by contract. 10. We demand that not more than eight hours shall constitute a day's work for all male or female employee In the state of Oregon. i 11. Under the present system the state prtnttns olllce has been n source of political corruption and waste. We advocate owerehlp by the state of a properly equipped printing plant I and that the state printer lit given a neu annual salary. IS. ' We fuvur u inu- ...I.., i..- ... weights and MteaeNrea adequate to I protect the nnHeotlng, and the erwuiott of an olllce to enforce Us provisions 1. Wj demaml that all water revetine l, raleed Uy direet taiatloa. We support the charter amendment WIM by the lree Watr .,i. tlon. -o- TIIIJ CI.IIIIICNIIII AIIUSIS. Th CmRu1 JoV.n)l I the nret paper t jrtt )i UKh and anwHnts Pkld the lejrUUtlve olorka. Thin Is considered one of the little perquisite f th legWalre. A VStMMMI PATRONACJK RONRtN. Many of the wombers glvo thU HairotuiipM wUr of right to their awn reiattTwi. II U ottMaily reoonM that lh number of imiwqju equlnmnl to do hJr work w W,S YHRY SMALL THIjJ YUlt, llKrl stonographora rould not stenograph. HAparl tywHtN euk! w wi iw wern a i except ot As far ax poiwulug nuy special abllltj to help amwtU Ira wo lesUlotlou, IT WAS NOT TO Hi: TIIOIXIIIT OK. A low oonipetent clerks did the vork In each bo.v PerhaH tea In oaon hou of the right sort could do all tho ork. nJitSi ! Lm BnU U Wltt on,y w,a iW hla t ltrouae IS 41HK.Ti:it IN OTIIHK RTATIN TKAX IS OKKftON. 41 U chroole atsenw of th Awt-rlou iwjfle to get something tor ny 'ihomus Tlco, near Snlom, nnd hns tukon two prizes nt tho state ralr. This tonm is worth all kindB or monoy, nnd Mr. Connor Is not nnx lous to sell them. t Prices 0Iiik Up. In Marlon and Denton county good draft horsos nra eelm: un. and are bringing better prices than ovor before. The Corvallls Time say It makes a buyer dlty to even think of tho price of hot-tee. A good animal brings almost his own wolght In sil ver. Their weights nre so nonrly proportionate that If a man hna n fow good horses the dream or freo silver Is almost nn nccompllshod fact.' Pur chases or stoeds In Corvallls Inst Fri day and Saturday wore nt prices that In truth and In rnct savor- or High and freiulod llnanco. The buyer was Chris Monslncor. a brother or John Moiislngor, who used to be a Corvallls blacksmith. Ho Is In the sand business In Port land, nnd It took snnd and lota of it to yield up tho prlcos ho paid ror Denton county horsoflesh. He gnvo Recorder Now ton $300 In twonty dollar gokl pieces for a C-year-oId mare that weighs 1460 pounds. Ho paid Thomas Cooper $625 for a tonm and Kufus Sklpton $587.50 for a pair or lino draft horsos. Ho bought nu- ottier or E. W. Fisher ror S290. and BARGAil In Real Esta Heal cstnto will adn iJ i .. "" ",u ""uring you baji jmy you to investigate, Thrcc-rourths acre f land, n now 7 room hocsj, ern; goou rrult of all jj,j, woll, chicken yard, located h Snlom. SeoItadcllffCaforj. See this before you buy ft Jiouso on Court, 128 feci tm 100 fcot deep, close In, nndcllff Co. Modern cottage of In i plumbed nnd wired, good i lot 75 by ISO feet, wptkt Prico $1500. Nino room house, pUitmi ots, pantry, basement wtkf linrn 2Gx34, woodshed Hill place Is three blocks hu house. Price $2625 Seven acres all In culuriuetl houso nnd bnrn, plenty ottwdj This plnco Is on a good trjiid rond 3 ' miles from Sun, $1200. Ton ucr-s nil In tulnties, I 11 vo room house, barn aid m good mixed fruit, well ttd ncros In oats, 24 nilei ttel .lorn. Price $1900 1 Eighty acres. C7 In calling in pnsture nnd timber P rl whont nnd cheat 7 acrilst' 5 room house good bin ut nry; l horse. 6 headoja'tk chlekens: 2 Wacom 3 o'b nil Implement la grtsrt. $8000. Svpral lion-. 4 f '- "it U you want muMi ng a J"" notary work RADCLIPP fl Reliable Age Room 11. Mi 'or s blortc & Roforencf, an bank w house In th, on c' Srt Who Puts Your Money In the Bank? IK YOP SPKNH AH. YOUR INCOMH KUMK ONK KLSR PITS IT IN TIIH HANK. WHY, NOT HO VOPR OWN HANKI.NOV START AN AmHNT OK YOUR OWXIHIXT LlfT TIIK OTI1H1I FKLUiW IM) YOUR HANKING lm YOl'. TllV IT. Vil ,.,. ....... MOUK AT TIIK KMi OK TIIK QfcfhiW NttMotl Bsudc We deMtawtl that all public Utllltv niwmiiIu .k. i... . .. . , .,., aaH h, ennHiied I ,, v -'' to adequately safeguard the Itres and ano'r from one of the Uencu ... ..r. ., t m nWVnS, 1. Free school. trm tv j,i,. and compnlsory odueatlon. UnrelenUng proteM giMt the teaaoe and h).u .r i..i Uoa. ' """"v- IT The ahoWthw, of the photo- kraHk ajrituw or WaakJkit in any Jrm hy any eomjwwy. w wpora- Uon. fU it employe. li. Tn aholtUou .),, wal. h8p nmt. l. Mr rtKld eafowemont of '? ""WWS allarj- Inspection uoys ror $300. In all ho bought nlno head, tor which ho nniii nmm than $2100. ARor tho episode was all ovor the old Inhabitant got tlnio to wake up from his dazed condition, ho blew out a puff of smoko from his plpo, hoaved a sigh and remarked that a horse farm beats a gold mlno all to pieces. And this, after but a fow years ago whoa tlsy were building horse abaters, feasting on horso meat and making talk that the horso was out of dato, and that ho would have pt UoteM-l workshops, miH1aA nubllni! 6a Th8 n'rt-SlB of tlmo never ham, imbue sehMie. UweUIngs and olore Kave a m striking shift In hll lini ptoees open to the nub 0On,HUous- " -he prlc-s continuo to Ik. "r. It seems as If horses mtcht iret IJaUIMty ol oioeJa. t. .. nmhl that farmors will be dla Jury to body wiuu.r u ,?bttU lo rau "or to soil nnd do 21. Stato oonuoi of aU telegrahh In X rIlh OX ams t4phHe and railroads l,M,KrsHR- 0l the srnno boat on which tho M. UHporathv nwndate and right PnrnlTxr Wr 8h'l,ped t0 to recoil. Bnt I Port..". Monday fclx head were shlp- 23 SulthU ,i .. Wd hy AV- ,L Mrphy. an Albany ground, ft chHdr .n""1 ,ta.llYr n,an- "ds them to tho "Tl L'Z !?. r.AU.C,U- .. " Other parties aro .. ..."- - -or puouc .id tne county buylnir. hut whPr thv nao secured horses or what prices Special On a few broken wJ slippers At Cost To dose out ft StaKk. JACOB V( ;j5 State S Salem PenceJ Fs Hop Wire. D 2, xf.t.i. PifVt. C!4 P. ABReadfRoo. Walter 250 CeHKt.vt SM li urinal and bath svsUm i .n ....... and towns; that the .b,u v... room and bathroom attaebwenti In thoy have paid ha not hon immi uey navo engaged passage for IS YUSBBBB9W" CAPITAL nai d PMl7f raJi Purcfci PoUHtff ass - - ia "oT. sssjnrjsj: Airarm xapralBS'a boat.