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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMUER 2, 11)07
V "tiJWWiiaafc.,, THE CAPITAL JOURNAL E. IIOFER, Ed. nnd Frop. An Independent Nownpnpcr Dorotcd to American Principles nnd tho TrogroM and Developctnent of All Oregon. fublishcd Kvcry Evening Except Sunday, Salem, Ore. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Inrarlably In Advancvo.) vD<y, 7 carrier, per year W.00 Per month Mo RDs.Hr, by mall, per year. 4.00 Per month 35c "Weekly, by mall, per year. 1.00 Sir months Wo SPECIAL DELIVERY. For "convenience of subscribers branch delivery ofllccs are estab lished at tho following places at 35 cents per month, $1.00 for thr,eo Montis, Asyfcum Store, F. O. Do Voo & Son, Asylum Avenuo Junction. Carline, Seventeenth street o A. W. Lane, Garden Road- store. Dnue's Store, Alex, Daue, South Commercial streot. fcMcctrlc Store, C. M. Epploy, East Stato street. 3?atr Grounds Store, Harrison Dee, Fair Grounds Road. fclowoll's Corner, Twolfth and Cross streets. 0. K. Grocory, A. A. Englebftrt, Twolfth street. 'Whcoler's Store, W. D. Wheelar, Highland avenuo. Yew Park Store, F. G". Bower ox, Twelfth and Leslie. g m- IV W E JllijfcWpw. ' t WASHINGTON NEWS LETTER Cortolyou Sntisflcd With Monetary Mitunuon uiiiuv itimiurs vi interest. OLD MOTHERS. T lovo old mothers mother with white hair. .'And kindly, oyos, and lips grown softly Bweet 'With murmured blessings over sleeping babes. 'Thero Is a somothlng In their 'julet grnco 'That tweaks tho calm of Sabbath afternoons; A knowledge In their deep, unfaltering eyes That far outreaches all philosophy. ' Time, with caressing touch, about them woaves "Tho silver-threaded fairy-shawl of age, Whllo all tho echoes of forgotten songs "Boomed Joined to lend a sweotnoss to their .speech. "Old mothorsl as they pass with slow-timed step, jPhoIr (trembling hands cling gontly to youth's strength; Sweet mothorsl as they pa,ono boos again vOId gnrtlon walks, old rosos, mid old loves. o . WOMEN' AND CAREERS. IM'it Washington, Nov. 23. Secretary Cortolyou professes to bo thoroughly satisfied with tho manner in which tho financial situation Is shapiug it Bolf. In Now Yorjc, tho clearing house of the nation, financial affairs aro much easier and much money has been sent by tho banks of tho metropolis to tho mlddlo west, par ticularly to St. Louis, where heavy demands have been mado by tho smaller banks of tho southwest for currency with which to movo tho crops. Despite all this and notwith standing that Mr. Cortolyou said this week that tho crisis had passed to such an extent that tho matter was not oven discussed at tho cnbinot mnetlnsr. there is nn air of decldod nervousness in the business world that will forco congress to tako run early In tho coming session the mat ter of currency reform. The fact Is pointed to that panics come In sovon year cycles and that tho country has been notably freo from any linnncini uisuirunnco im- 1803. Having skipped 1000, tho seventh j'oar after tho disastrous days of '03 the superstitious aro wondering whether this year of 1007 ..in ...ii - nnnln linvlnf Mtn forPfi Will Wllliwun a iiuiuu .......e -- L. ... a fur. no Mm rnnl lilinlllOSS Ol lW. i)U mi - -- of tho nation Is concerned, thero Dig Btlcks are plontlful enough ovorywhoro, perhaps, In this admin istratlon, save only that tolophone and telegraph companies throughout tho country aro finding thorn scarcer every year, Either artlflcal cultiva tion of tho timber sultablo for iiolfM will, havo to becomo general or a substttuto for wood must bo found. Ono of Undo Sam's consular agents stationed at a Gorman city roports that a factory has bepn start ed there for tho manufneturo of glass telephone polos of tho Btnndnrd sizes These aro reinforced by a meshwork of wlro threads. If at all pracHcablo, they will almost certainly bo useful In tropical countries whoro tolo- phono companies complain that swarms of ants fasten upon tho wooden polos and devour them bo completely thnt nothing Ib loft ex cept tho glass Insulator hanging over tho spaco whoro tho Insulator pin used to bo. Whothor glass poles aro adaptablo for uso In this country remains to bo scon. It has already been shown that seasoned tlmbor In contact with tho ground will outlast unseasoned, and dry wood Is more rccoptlve of pre servative fluid than Is grcon wood, If scientific skill -succeeds In great- ly lengthening tho oxlBtonco of tho nverago wooden polo, and If tho methods of. sclontlflc forestry which tho forostry bureau is trying to in culcate becomo gonornlly adopted, It Is likely that glass sticks will not bo needed in this country to carry tho vast net work of telephone wires by which practically ovory American la nblo to convorHo with ovory other. "Blessings Brighten TL Health is never so much prized as , pleasure or work. When the stomach Is sfcfly nerves unstrung, the head heavy with pain St?8! as a suuiiu minu in a neaitnybodv. KPn "" faiT 'Somo of the hnppioat women Wo know aro thoso who havo glvon "up caroers. Now and then wo soo womorurendy to grasp tho result of much hard vork, and attain thoroby a groat B-irQoss, and lnstond thoy TIIHOW IT AWAY FOR DOMESTIC HAPPINESS. Invariably tho worldly minded ones o.xolnlm, "Why Is sho throwing lionolC nwny?" It Is ofton truo that "a woman's famo Ib tho tomb of hnpplnoss," Ttnd that "tho hnppioat women, llko tho hnpplost nations, havo no his tory." Not long ago I mot n woman who had mado for horsolf a successful Htago caroor; ho had boon courted and fotcd, and nil tho world, seom lngly, lay nt her foot; but tho applause, tho glaro nnd glitter of hor 'aoTOuiM, DID NOT SATISFY. If Hho married, a certain Incomo was to coaso; sho could not worship two gods Mat of tho housohold and tho stngo so sho choso tho Immhlor ono, whoro sho know sho Wao cortnln of tho lovo -and pcaco she nlOBlrod. This woman dlKcardod that which many woman havo worked and saved a lifetime to socure. Sho nccompnulod hor husband to Alnskn and lived In a frontier log ' cabin, far from tho comforts nnd pleasures of civilization, nnd now Bhu ' calls that frontlor oxporionco 'tho happiest of hor life. And T know another womnn to whom tho years havo brought, much ' hucco-h In tho world of art. Sho has Just arrived nt n porlod when sho Is beginning to receive ' compensation for all hor apprenticeship and n ntoadlly Increasing appre ciation of tho world for hor tnlont; HUT WORKING ALONE DID NOT FIRING Hint THE HAPPINESS SHE WISHED. Sho was too womnnly a woman, uvon If bIio wns out of tho ordinary inil powioiHod of rnro gifts. Tier many frlonds Inmentod that sho wnB giving up hor caroor, nn-1 llio could not mnko somo of thorn undoretand that In marrying tho mnu Hit hir ohnlec hIio oxpoctod to do still tho host in hor nrt. Sho 1h to llvo In n llttlo cnblu In tho northlnud, whoro tho snows wilt Aiovor U from sight. XO ONE WIIjTj DENY THAT TllE PROTECTED WOMAN IS TUB TfriUMMWST, In Hplto of what may bo wrltton concerning tho Independ ent llfo, tho dutlcw Involvod In following somo profession. Tho pity or It Is that tho protoated woman should so ofton nllow har 8olt to bo narrow. Whon tho housohold vocation la iiBsumod, It is woll for tho woman to "lmvq somo avocation to which sho can turn as a relaxation, as a moana )f continuing that inner progress which Is necessary to a woll balancod life. Tho profession of tho homo tho gospol of tho homo Is tho truest re ligion for woman, after nil has been nld. o PRESENT-DAY NOVELS. novor wns, according to government roports, a hoalthler condition. Flvo stops only aro to bo made by tho big bnttloshlp Bquadron on Its way around Capo Horn to tho Pa cific waters noxt month. Stops will bo mado nt Trinidad, Rio Janeiro, Puntns AronnB, Callao and Mngda lona bayv. With tho exception of Magdalonn bay, tho squadron will romnln at oach of thoso places from flvo to cloven days for tho purpose of oxccutlng war mancuvors nnd In dulging In target practice. Far moro stopB will bo mado by tho tor pedo boat flotilla which will start out on its long trip two weeks In ndvanco of tho squadron. It Is not fully dotcrmlnod Just whon tho two floots will saluto tho forts nt tho Golden Gate, for much is dgpendont upon tho extont of practtco on tho crulso around. BEECHAMS M nnrl vnil will rnrlu 1ren o ,U..i- sickness. These pills arc a safe correctivenanT!,nil,8,S p!t4sa M effects of which arc felt throughout the cnt&i not feeling at your best, take Bcccham's MV TW Hon, remove bilious conditions, Improve the dimiin " Create Appetite, Retfore Seai . and Bring Back Health la boxes with lull dlreetloHs, iOe. a Qliitfngo unlvqrslty professors bavo said many foolish things that found thglr way Into tho nowapnpors, and tho comments havo beon unspar ing. It la but fafr to glvo thorn credit whon tholr utterances aro sound. Profossor Shallor Matthews Bays that muoh of tho CURRENT FICTION "HAS A, DELEl'ERIOUS EFFECT on tho morals of the render through tho mannor in which tho authors treat lovo and marriage. Tho number of modern novels that contain just this method of troat "mont Is nntoulshlng. Ono comes upon It In tho work of authors generally regarded as ra spootably. Pustjugaa aro numerous whlqh cannot or should not be rend In mixed aooloty. Tho authors at tlmoe go out of their way to introduco licentious Inci dents nnd quostlonablo Innuendo, and it is a fair Inforonco, that tho pur Dosa la to soil tholr books. H may woll ho that thoso writers are responsible for muoh of tho llsroapoot for mnrrlago thnt Is followod by divorce. Sooroa of suoh books havo beon published In tho last yoar. PARENTS OF 1MJLVTURE CHILDREN SHOULD HAVE A CARE ARQUT THE CHARACTER OF ROOKS THAT FALL INTO THEIR HANDS. Tho atatomont of Prorossor Matt hows Is conBervativo. The Fmncojom elub. n woman's organization of San FrnnoJaeo, ha3 ' 3uat ilooldod to oast a book of this sort from Its library. Womoti writers appear to bo on a par with mon In tho Introduction x)f situations and descriptions of doubtful proprloly. Congrossmnn Glllotto, of Mnssn chusottB, will bo mado tho butt for much joking by his colleagues whon ho roluniB from his trip to tho Isth mus. Tho Now Knglnndor has had n hard thnu koplng up with tho mom bors of his commlttoo, for ho dronds Boaslcknoss. Instond of sailing from Now York with tho commlttoo, ho travolod out to son on the romnrk able railroad being oxtondod along the Florida koys. Tho road, which Is tho 'Florida East Coast lino, has not qulto com plotod Ita trackage as far ns Koy West, b'.it CongrosBman Gillott was onablod to trnvol as far as Knlght'3 bay. Whatovor opportunity tho Now England man might havo had for gottlng on tho conjmitteo on nnvnl affairs has beon dissipated. As a result of his recent rtlp, First Assistant PoBtmnstor Genornl Hitch cock Is working on a bill which ho will offer to congross, pormlttlng nostmnstorB of tho mlddlo west an.l west to pay salary to clerks and car riers In cxcosb of tho grndo which tho postal employes really Tiold. Tho postofllco department has boon ox norlonclnir dlinculty"'for somo tlmo past In rotnlnlng tho sorvlccB of ox- porloncod omployos In tho postomcoij of tho west. ThiB condition provnlla particu larly In tho mining regions of tho Rocky Mountains, whoro In tho Inst fow voni-B towiiB havo sprung up over night and havo becomo cities within a fow months. In thoso plncOB prlcoi of ovorythlng including lnbor Is vory high and It has been found Impossi ble to rotnln mou In tho postofllco Borvlco nt tho salaries paid. Mr. Hitchcock found, for Instanco, that at Goldflold, Nov., Edward R. Col lins, tho postmnBtor thero has paid out far moro than his salary In ordor that tho oillco might bo mnlntnlnoilT It Is possible thnt congross will pass a special bill reimbursing Post mastor Collins. Whlto this is an nccrnvntort oaso. it nhowB tho condl- 'tlon In which tho postnl sorvlco U at tho proeont tlmo. O' LINGERING COLD. rurtf ',-wryw ,""" '". r ' ifii III KMfcSr33iWn VJ First Class Conveyances and Reliable I J'?'! that you dVslrn'ffi ? t that 1, gAl ?J nursoj B&ardea. FASHION STABl (01 ,n:r:.yrlm wi .;-oi n, nign BLrltei wiiainj hist Ban COMimEl Only whiujy, nones in HH : Joining man, f.U i o, o. r (!(C Catarrh Is a Constitutional Dlsoass It originates in impure blood and requires constitutional treatment, acting through and purifying tho blood, for its radical and permanent euro. Tho greatest constitutional remedy is Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or in chocolated tab lets kuown aaSaroatabs. 100 doses $1. Nasal and othor local forms of catarrh aro promptly relieved by Antiseplets or Catarrleta, oOo., druggists or mail. C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. Withstood Other Treatment Rut Quickly Cured by Chamber- lnln'H Cough Remedy. "Last wlntor I caught a vory bo voro cold which lingered for weoks," says J. Urquhart, of Zephyr, On tarlo. "My cough was very dry and harsh. Tho local doalor recommend ed Chnmborlain's Cough Remedy and guaranteed It, so I gavo it a trial. Ono smell bottlo of It cured mo. I bollovo Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to bo tho best I havo ovor used." This romedy is for salo at )r. Stone's drug store. t Good Liniment. 'Whon you noed a good rollablo liniment try Chamberlain's Pain "Halm. It has no superior for sprain 3ind swellings. A piece of flannel eUgktly dampeuod with Pain Balm Ms cuporlor to a plastor for lama 'uack or pains In tho side or chest. tt lso relloves rheumatic pains and tau3res sleop and rest possible. For sale at Dr. Stone's drug Btore. Ho Charltnblc to your horse as woll as to yourself. You noed not suffer from palirs of any sort your horses need not suf fer. Try a bottlo of Ballard's Snow Llnlmont. It cures all pains. J. M. Roberts, Bakersflold, Mo writes "I havo UBod your liniment for ten years and And It to bo tho best F havo over used for man or beast" Sold by d; J. Fry. The Habit Of Saving i has made thousands rich. A savings bank ac count will help you save and make your savings earn more. Deposits of one dol lar or more can be made anytime. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, CapitalNational Bank Money In Confidence. (Written by Alderman corgo B. Jacob.) Money is confldonco, or, In othor words, confldonco Is money, I say tho abovo words and meaning aro absolutely truo in every sons. Tho people of this groatf republic said that gold, with the proper weight and -stamp was and Is universally ac cepted as having a debt-paying pow er to tho amount donomlnntod on tho coin; likewise sliver tho namo now. jslnco it has been accepted by tho na tion as being safe, sound and reliable In ovory particular, and, by common consent, and comploto confldonco of J tho pooplo. Ndw, since tho pooplo of his grant nation havo created so j useful an articlo, it bohooves thg samo pooplo to protect tho uso of this money in Its legitimate uso, as, for .instanco, tho amount of nctunl mon oy Is small, ns comparod with tho iProducts of labor, and real estate that it becamo necessary to Issue, and uso some othor representative of valuo, henco tho banks becomo a prominent factor In the way of issu ing credit in ordor that tho money that part of tho people havo on hand for salo of property labor or mer chandise that they do not want to ube for tho present, thoy deposit 11 in the banks, and tho bank becomes a central place of distribution by loaning deposits to people who whh to Invest in somo kind of products, merchandise or realty, and since tho laws regulating tho nntlonal bank allow them to lonn 75 per cont of their doposlto, nnd state banks n larger per cont of tholr deposits, it is plain to sco thnt a bank doing a lo gltlmnto business in accordance with law could not stnnd a run nt any tlmo, thoroforo confldonco Is tho onlv doctor than can projorlho for iaclc of confldonco. Then, on tho othor hand, some will say that banks ought not to ho nl lowod to loan tholr depositors' mon ey; granting tholr roasons of tho sit uation to bo truo, thon tho banks would bocomo tho misers' stocking, nnd monpy would be hoarded up in banks, nnd go out of circulation ' togothor, nnd It would he necowarv for tho doposltors to pay the bank for hoarding their money for af keeping, nnd thon wo would have a contlnuod panic, and t complete stag nation of trado, as nt the proiout time. As this Is not the time to discuss tho syfitom wo havo of banking, and tho writor hollovos in a progressive naMon and system of doing buslnose, but what wo want now is confldonro in oursolvoB, in our nation and In our banker and buslnoBH mon. Wo havo oxactly tho samo tnothod of doing buslnoss now that wo had two months ago, and tho pooplo we'fl satisfied then. Wo havo sovoral mil lion dollara more today than wo lisd two mouths ago. Tho miners are producing nn enormous amount of gold nnd silver, and tho whole busl noss of tho country is like an endles chain, and whon ono link Is broken or tho brake Is applied, the whole chain atops, nnd tho rosult is panic. Now the money Is nil hro that was horo two months aK". and mon, tho commodities nnd property of all kinds aro Otero; thoro Is only one thing lacking, and thlbp Confidence will me m t nnd repair tho brow & menuj you, and vtrj (atl nation. o A .Methodist MlnWft ChambcrUta'iOo! Wo h&YQ owd Cough Remedy in ctrl years, and It hu &m bo a reliable ttatfy. found that it voiidtai tho manufacturer! tol Is especially good to whooping const HRV JAMES!. I Pastor Mllaca, Jllu, M-li Chamkrlaln'i CmjII sold at Dr. Btone's drtj ( A i hill L'isi Covsnfc"; tr'j Coujfcs. C CROUPj XlUipH UulWI ' l w; " . 'TLI ?j I iv?l ....nAI". fiuM rkVPGCfil STATE BANK Capital5 y1 "ft prr.- mi HIB-J . .T mnl I'll H-AKKS TO COV VIXCB YOU THAT KPI'IAIJ PKI1FKOTION KAKIXCJ VOW .,r ,..r.ir niMTlTl'. 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