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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMnEB 27, 1D07.
HOFER BROS., Pg Proprietors B. HOFEU, Editor. A. P. HOFER, Manager. TUB JOURNAL STANDS FOR PROGRESS, DEVELOF.MENT, GOVERNMENT. AND NO DEGRADED LABOR. TJIE WOMAN AVHO KNOWS HOW TO LAUGH. GOOD "Thoro tiro womon with beauty, and women with grace, And womon unusually bright; And all of us know (I believe It Is so) The womon who thinks she's "Just right." Thoro are women with money, and women with brains (And somo aro too clover by half), But tho fact Btlll romalns that tho woman who reigns Is tho woman who knows how to laugh. 'Whon our labor Is ended and homeward wo hlo To rest at tho close of tho day, Wo hankor to find (I speak of my kind) A greeting both loving and gay; A dinner woll cooked and a tablo well set; A glass of good wlno, too, to quaff; ., But inoro comforting yot (whon our cares wo'd forget), A woman who knows how to laugh. I Tho charm of moro beauty will fado at tho last; Youth's bloom to tho years must succumb; Father Tlmo will not Btay, though our hair's turning gray, And wrinkles and crow's feet will como; But though others may grumble and sigh for tho past, A comfort sho is and a staff; No causo for alarm, for sho always can charm Tho woman who knows how to laugh. Holen Combes. iMOHumBHHimj I h 111 'A COATED TONGUE A Sure Sign of Trouble If you get up with a coated tongue and a bad Insto in tho mouth, you had better give tho matter immedlato attention. Theso are danger .signals that ought to bo heoded. Notice your tongue in tho morning and If it is coated tako a few doses of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters at once. It will tono tho stomach, stimulate tho flow of bilo and opon up the clogged bowels. It has been doing such things for 04 years. Then it also cures Poor Appetite, Indigestion, Dyspep sia, Bloating, Ifeurtljurn, Sour Ris ings, Costlvencss, Kidney Troubles, Female Ills, Chills or Colds. Insist on getting Hostettcrs. Wo guarantee It pure. r i POLITICAL SCIENCE. Among tho subjocts rccontly introduced Into our public schools to bo "taught by thoso who do not undorstand thorn to thoso who cannot un derstand thorn, says tho San Francisco Chronicle, Is ono known In odu entlonal Jargon as "civics," or civil government, or porhaps somotlmcs by tho moro mouth-filling nppollatlon of "political scloncc." It Includes an accurato Btatomont of tho theoretical distribution of avtliorlty and a list of tho principal public offices. To that it added a groat quantity of ronmnco in respect to tho man ner In which, as is alloged, tho will of tho pcoplo gets ltsolf cnactod into lawn, which aro enforced through tho constituted authorities, and also in ronpoct to tho mothod by which public officers nro solcctcd. A fow wookB ago Sonator La Foil otto of Wisconsin was invited to ad dress a convention of school tenchors nssomblod In the hall of tho Car npglo liiHtltuto nt Pittsburg, and in tho course of his address, or porhapR na tho main fonturo of it tho reports of tho occurronco woro rathof moagor THE SENATOR SUGGESTED THAT IT IS ABOUT TIME THAT Til 13 FAULK OF THE SCHOOL TEXT BOOKS BE DISCARDED AND THAT THE SCHOOL CHILDREN SHOULD BE TAUGHT THE THEORY' AND PRACTICE OF THE GOVERNMENT WHICH THEY LIVE UNDEH IN THE LIGHT OF THE UIGHEIt CRITICISM. Ho thought it grossly Impropor to deceive Innocent children into Imagining that tho pooplq of America govoroned thomsolvcs olthor in tho making of Iuwh or their onforcomunt, and doomed It tho Bncrod duty of tho tcachorH of Pennsylvania to teacli tho art of politics as It Is ronlly prnctlccd in that stato uudor tho direction of tho Pennsylvania Railroad and through ngonts of its Bolectlon. Wo rogrot to Ray thnt this suomlngly oxcollont and npproprlato sug gestion 'of tho sonntor booiiir to have produced a vorltablo uproar. Tho school superintendent, who was porlmps presiding, was shocked nt tho vory Idea of teaching tho chlldron how Ponnsylvnnla Is actually Eovornod, and tho methods and moans by which lawB nro enacted and 'governors, sonntors, legislators, school superintendents and other offl- clalii chunhod Into tliolr ofllccs, Whether tho suporlutendent was indignant that It should bo pro poHo'd to instruct chlldron in any form of Bin, or morely objected to re vealing tho Rcorots of tho cult to tho profnno, was not stntod In tho dis patches; lint, nt any rato, ho InslHtod that tholmlucont oxposuro should dtop, and seems to hnvo Inonntlnoutly bundled tho IntniHlvo sonntor out of tho hnllnwod prooluotH of Curnuglu hall and compullod him to finish Ills nddrosa In tho opon tho touch rs who followed to hoar him bolng now In grout danger of olllclnl doonpltnllon ns tho rosult of tholr Indls 'orntlon. It Is unfortunate that the iiddroiB of Sonntor La Follotto to tho Pitts burg teachers was not computed nud allowed to bonr fruit. Tho Pennsylvania company is ono of tho groatoat corporations In tho world, Its machinery is ns nunrly perfect- as human Ingenuity cnu mnko it and In no department nro tho rollnomuntH of sclonco and tho perfection of art moro skillfully applied to tho nccompllshmont of a foreordained end than in tho political department through which It controls tho leg islation and selects tho oMoIiiIh of tho Quaker state. In all Htutos thoro nro similar BystoiUH In successful operation, but none approaches tho perfection of tho Pennsylvania machine. It has novor boon known to slip n cog. It will bo n loss to tho world If wo nro not pormlttod to lonrn tho do tallod construction of tills wonderful product of human Ingenuity. Fortunately for us In California, wo hnvo in our own Btnto In full operation a govornmontal machine which, If not yot quite so perfectly adjusted as that of Pennsylvania, is unquestionably a closo second and rarely fulls to turn out tho desired product, In splto of tho moro re tractory and turbulent community with whoso government It Is charged. Wo do not boo why wo hero In California should not adopt tho sug gestion of Senator La Fojotto and, Hinco our Iuwb requlro that whnt Is called "civil government" shall bo taught lu our school, nrrnngw to give our children tho real thing. Tho Chronicle has many old-fnshlon notions about education and among them a doep rospoct far tho ontechotlcnl mothod of Instruction formerly lu universal use but how discarded In Christian countries, ex copt by tho wlsost and Dost poworful Institution among thorn, Wo aro of tho opinion that a political catechism proparod by one of our adepts and approved as corroct, say, by tho gonial and accomplish ed Mr. Ilorrin, could bo nindo to convoy to our Ingenuous youth more real information about government no it is actually carried on than Is 'contained in all tho school text books on tho subject over printed. And If, unfortunately, any slight orroru should croop In thoy could not fall of discovery and correction by tho adepts In tho stato printing "Olflco, Wo suppose that catechism of this kind might begin somewhat In this wise: WHAT IS A POPULAR GOVEHMRNT? ANSWER A GOVERNMENT OF PEOPLE WHO IMAGINE THAT TIIKV GOVERN THEMSELVES. IN SUCH GOVERNMENTS DO THE PEOPLE REALLY GOVERN THEMSELVES? ANSWERNEVER. "Why not? Answer Thoy are not smart enough. ' Who aro somotlmca alloged to govorn? Auswor Tho bossos. la that correct? , s Answer -No. WHO 1K1 REALLY GOVERN? ANSWKlt T1IK C0Rl0RATI0N8 WIUCHAY THE BOSSES. Do the bosses always do as tkey are orderedT " " J" Answor Invariably. v MVirAT ixavim Tficai ar nnvmrvKt , . "i Answor THE KNOWLEDGE THAT WHEN OBEDIENCE CEASES REVENUE CEASES. Is this form of government costly? Answer Vory coBtly, indeed. WHO FURNISHES THE MONEY? Answ- THE PEOPLE. In what way do tho pcoplo pay tho monoy? Answer "-Largely by salaries to o facials whom thoy suppose thorn solves to choose. Partly In unnnecessary profits allowed to contractors. Partly In excessivo prices paid for public services. Do tho corporations govorn In tho in tho lntorost of tho peoplo7 Answor No; In their own lntorost. IS IT, THHNTRUE THAT THE PEOPLE PAY ALL TnE COST OF GOVERNMENT AGAINST THEIR OWN INTERESTS? Answer SURE. WHAT IS THE PROCESS OF MAKING THE PEOPLE DO THIS CALLED? Answer PRACTICAL POLITICS. It occurs to us that a catechism somowhat in this form, but proparod by somo much moro skilled In tho art, and carried up and down Into all tho details of national and precinct operations would bo vastly moro 'Instructive and useful than tho Btuff now spooned out to our innocent children, and wo commend tho suggestion to tho stato board, of education which propnrcs our school books. An Ounce of Prevention Is worth a pound of euro. There are many poor sufforerB, consumptlvos who aro hoaoloss (of getting woll who, If thoy had taken care of them selves, would now bo woll. A cough is tho foundation of consumption. Ballard's Horohound Syrup will euro that cough. Mrs. S . Great Falls, Montana, writes: "I havo used Bal lard'B Horohound Syrup In ray fam ily for years my chlldron nevor suf fer with coughs." Sold by D. J. Fry. o Oiui on Him. "You'ro so vain, Mnrln," ho said, "thnt I bollovo If you woro going visiting In heaven you would nsk tho nngolB If your wings woro on straight." "Yes, dear," was tho roply; "and I'd bo so sorry bocauso you icould novor got thoro to sco." Atlnntn Constitution. o . Sho Found Relief. If you nro troubled with liver com plnlnt and hnvo not received holp road this. Mrs. Mary E. Hammond, Moody, Texas. "I wns in poor health with llvor troublo for ovor a year A Simple Curo for Piles. Pllo Bufferors know that olntmonts and othor local treatments sometimes rollovo but novor curo. Thoy don't roinovo tho cuubo. Thoro is a llttlo tablot that Is taken Internally that romoves tho cause of Piles and cures no matter how long standing. Ask for Dr. Leonhardt's Horn-Hold (n thousand dollar guaranteo goes with ovory bottlo.) Hom-Roid is tho discovory of Dr. Lconhardt, of Lincoln, Neb., ono of tho most distinguished and success ful physicians in tho westorn states. $1.00 at druggists, or Dr. Loon hnrdt Co., Niagara Falls, N. Y., Pro prietors. Sold by Dr. S. C. Stono, Salem. Our $3.00 Boys Sni uftiiiif Hit J ..Tho Particular ,.. aim. we am i.il, ' m day is our talkln !fl "nrceDoii busier Three dollars l. .v Price many PSa Joji 'or a good. ,:! I!U s-M'aasS Durabln f.t.... required. Welt ,? " ' to hold tho bS.tt iff; years. " bUH . This Butt Is made to . der, and we say iinJ? tation. "xf.;:; "hoot Can;- "iaKa ". If G. W. Johr &Co. CLOTHIERS OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. No Cause of Dispute. Peggy Now, will you Hston to mo while I toll you tho plain truth, Jtoggy? , Roggy I'm all cars, Peggy. Poggy That's Just what I wob go ing to say. only I was going to put It differently. o Cnn you afford to trlfio with so sorl ous a matter as to neglect a bad cold or cough, whon for a trifling amount you can socuro a bottlo of "Hick ory Bark Cough Remedy," that is Doctors did mo no good and I tried I guaranteed to curo or money refund ed. Prico 25c, GOc and $1.00 per bottlo, For sulo by all dealers every' whoi o Ilorblno, nnd throo bottlo cured mo. I can't say too much for Horblno, us it Is a wondorful liver modicino. I always hnvo It In tho houso. Pub lish whoro you wish." Sold by D. J. Fry. Evrn in Pilgrim Days. Cnptnln Mnyflowor Tho Indians nro close upon us! Wo will havo to mnko tracks for It now John Aldon I don't intend to mnko many! I shall only hit tho high places, captain. Chicago News. o "Everybody Should Know" saya C. O. Hayos, a prominent busi ness man of Bluff, Mo., that Buck lon'a Arnica Salvo is the quickest and Buroat healing salvo ovor applied to a sore, burn or wound, or to a case of piles. I've used It and know what I'm talking about." Guaranteed by J. C, Perry, druggist, 25c. RHFU8E SUBSTITUTES OR IMI TATIONS GET WHAT YOU ASK FOR. A Savings Bank Account Has been the nucleus of many a fortune. IJ'sasurc and safe way of accumulating money. It's an insurance pol- icy against failure. Open one with' us. Savings Department Capital National Bank Hi mm BUYS BAKING POWDER, BUT IT ISN'T EVERYRODY THAT SE CURES THE KIND THAT GIVES THEM SUCH GENUINE SATIS FACTION. THERE IS A VAST DIFFERENCE IN BUYING A BRAND THAT YOU KNOW NOTHING OF AND HUYING EP. PLEY'S PERFECTION WHICH IS MANUFACTURED BY US; WHICH IS FULLY WARRANTED. EP PLEV'S PERFECTION IS PUT UP IN USS JARS AND SOLD THROUGHOUT THE VALLEY. Delegation fit Congress. Sonator Cbaa. W. Fulton, Astorlr Sonator Jonathan Bourne, Jr., Portland. Ropresontativo W. C. Ilawloy, Sa loin. Ropresontativo W. R. Ellis, Pendle ton. Stato Ofllcinls. Governor, George E. Chamborlnln. Sorotary of Stato, Frank W. Bon son. Stato Treasurer, George A. Stool Superintendent of Public Instruc tion, J. H. Ackorman. Attornoy Gouoral, A. M. Crawford. Stato Printer, W. S. Dunlway. Stato Labor Commissioner, O. P Hotf. Railroad Commission Thomas K. Campbell, Cottngo Grove, chairman; Oswald West, Astoria; Clydo B. Altchlson, Portland; George O. Goodall, sccrotnry. Supremo Court. Chiof Justice, Robert S. Bonn. ABoocinto Justice, Frank A. Moore. Assoclato Justlco, Robert Eakin. Commissioners, W. T. Slater, W. R. King. Clerk, J. C. Moroland. Roporter, R. G. Morrow. Bailiff, P. II. Raymond. Circuit Judges, Geo. II. Burnett, Salem; Wllllajn Galloway, McMinn villo. District Attornoy, John H. Mo Nary, Salem. Other Statu Officials. J. W. Bailoy, Food and Dairy Com ml88loner, Portland. J. W. Bnkor, Gamo and Forontry warden, Cottngo Grove. Robt. O. Yonny, Stato Hoalth Oftt cer, Portland. J. 11.' Lewis, Stato Enginoor, Sa lem. E. Gllllnghaui, Stato Librarian, 8a-lom. II. G. Van Duson, Stato Fish Com missioner, Astoria. CJins. V. Galloway, Stato Land Agent, Salem. W. W. Eldor, Commander Soldier' Home, Roseburg. Flro and Water-iV, UUUUi Bridges acsner, Chord or. Health and Police-Bad 1IH1UU, Lights Goode, Haai. Cr. Printing Radcllff, n fuouc rarkj Dayne Stockton. Board of BIocaUeB. E. M. Crolsan, Chairman. A. A. Lee, II. c. EpltfJ Aiuoros, w. X'. Dabcock. Dire II. A. Johnson, Jr., Clertl J. M. Powers, City Bopt I SOUTHERN rACTFIO I Timo Card No. Tone 10. Toward Portland P No. 1C 5:23 a. m., On press. No. 18 8:0a.m.,Co:ti Passongor. No. 124:46 p. tn., press. No. 149:28 p.m., press. Toward Portland No. 222 10:GS a. c. 11:38 a. m Portia ht I No. 22610:40 is,' 11:38 a. m Way.Frt Toward Snn FrsBC No. 1111:03 a. bl,! press. No, 170:42 p.m., Cottn Passongor. No. 15 9: 56 p.m., W press. No. 131:31 a.m.,S co Express. Toward Snn Frclc-'1 No. 2212:33 a. B ' Cisco Fast Freight. No. 22511:55 a. a. 11:25. CHICHESTER'S PILLS Ws the iiiAuoN-it nn4M.""vi inn. u k.j 4 u Zu i SSIkOi TVo .tk.r. Hut r iTT V WEmamNmiiSfic V B holusteh-s lUcky Moiintsin Tea Nugists a mj Kwicut Kt iy rflt. IkUs 8ldM Hwllk 4 Riatvtt) 7!, i WT15 ? tJruU0D. IndIrtJoo. LlTk Mi,HN fWMEIS FM SALlW n Marlon County Officials. John H. Scott, County and Probate Judgo. R. D. Allen, Clerk of Courts. W. J. Culver, Sheriff. W. Y. .Richardson, Treasurer. E. T. Mooros, Superintendent of Schools. F. J. Rice, Assessor. B. B. Herrlck, Jr., Surveyor. J. C. Needham, W, H. Goulet, Com missioners. A. M. Clough, Coroner. D, G. Drager, Recorder. Salem City Officials. Geo. F. Rodgers, Mayor. W. A. Moores, Recorder and Police Judgo. D. W. Gibson, Marshal and Chief of Police. Frank Meredith, City Treasurer. A. O. Cond.it, City Attorney. Jas. W. Martin, Street Commis sioner. John A. Darr, Chief of Fire Depart ment. W. C. Smith, Health Officer. City Standing Committee. Ways and Means Jacob, Waldo Churchill. Ordinances Groeabaum, Low, Goode. Accounts and Current Expease Churchill, Radcllff, Bayae. Streets Downing, Steektoa, Stela. Public BulldiHSFs atoektea, Steis, Geaaer. Sewerage, Stole, jR8ob, Lw, PluaaBlag Fraaer, DowaUff. Gee mwr. CORVALLIS & EAST TI.ME TAHLE 0 1 Trains from aad to i K'n. 1 r '" V-..I-. I: Arrives at CorvallU J Arrives at Albany ll Vn Leaves Albany ...."' Loavos CorvallU ' Arrives at Yaqulni .... Trains to am fr ' No. 3 Leaves Albany Arrives at Detroit . No. 4 Leaves Detroit " . I-.- Athsnr ..' AKTIVC9 - ' ju.l Trains fer ti"- No. 8 r . llhanV ..." Arrives at CorvallU . No. 10 ,, Leaves Albany Arrives at CorvallU .... No. 6 j. Leaves Albany .....-, . rnrrallU " Arrives itifc ' Train for No. 5 Loaves CorvallU Arrives at Alkwr No. 9 t oovm CorvallU Arrives at Alb.nr Vo. 7 . Leaves CorVla Arrives at Albr -' No. xx IB"-' u . nrralU .h NO. 1 I"" ' t Albaay JW . r,-ffll Arrive avr" Lta-MlJ ' . rUK l aw.- Oe. 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