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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DEOEaiDER 4, 1007
It THE CAPITALf JOURNAL E. HOFER, Ed. nnd Prop. An IndopcDdoat Newspaper Uovotcd o American Principles and bo i'rORrcM nnd Davclopcmtut of All Oregon. I'ubllshod Every Evening Kxccpt Sunday, Salemftfre. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. (Invariably in Advance.) (Dally, liyoanter, por year W.OO Per month Wo ally, hy mail, per year- 4.00 Per month 33c Wek1y,?y wall, per year. 1.00 Six months Wo T1IE NECESSITIES OF THE PEOPLE AND THEIR INCREASING UNDERSTANDING ARE LIKELY TO COMPEL IT. Dut wo shall not get olio now. Thoro Is not time, in tnctMo organize It to Borvo any immediate pur pose. And, as former Socrotary Shaw says, "Not G nor cent of cither hotiso of congress cotiTd bo induced to vote for It," becauso thoy aro afraid of their constituents? t SPECIAL DELIVERY. Tor convenience of subscribers branch dollvery offices are estab Mshefl nt the following places at 35 conts per month, $1.00 for throe BBOOt1 s. ., ., Asylrum Store, F. O. Do Voo & Son, Asylum Avonuo Junction. Carline, Sovonteonth street o A. "W. Lane, Garden Road storo. JDauo's Storo, Alex, Dauo, South Commercial street. 1 Electric Stpro, C. M. Eppley, East Stato Btroet. I Fair Grounds Storo, Harrison Dee, Fair Grounds -Road. Howell's Corner, Twelfth and Cross streets. C K. Grocery, A. A. Englobart, Twelfth stroot. Wheeler's Store, W. D. Whcelsr, Highland avonuo. Tew Park Storo. F. O. Power ox, Twelfth nnd Leslie INTO DREAMLAND. Come, llttlo maldon, creep into my arms, Snugglo your bonnlo, woo head on my breaBt; Safoly awayfrom tho old word's alarms, Wo will go rocking away Into rest; Out whoro tho dream falrios vrander at piny, Out whoro tho flrofllos gl mmor and glow, Into tho land of tly Ending o'Dny Lullnby, llttlo ono, lullnby, low! "What nro tho droams that aro whispered, my dear? Whoro Is tho .land you aro Journoylng to t .As yoru go drowsily gliding from hero, Far and away from tho kon of my view? Ovor beyond tho fair Oconn. of Dreams, Out whoro tho wators of tost obb and flow, Sco how tho Slumbor-tldo ripples and glonms Lullnby, llttlo ono, lullaby, lowl Donr HUlo touBle-hoad slumbering thoro, Hero Is my kiss cm your rosy-rod lips, flow llko a mantlo of gold Is. your hair, Soft is tho prossuro or woo fingor tips. How llko n nocklaco of lovo your donr nrms, Clinging confidingly thoro ns wo go Hooking away from tho old world'a nlnrms Lullnby, llttlo ono, lullnby, lowl if ( t . ! t rt ' 1 tjvc my shouhlor your drooping bond falls, I Swcot llttlo maldon with bonnlo brown oyos, , .- Ilnrkl 'Tla tho Sand Mail who slooplly calls: "Ho, for tho Droam-shlp that sails through' tho skies! Soo, I havo hung out by gay lantoms bright; Safely they'll pofnt out tho way wo muBt go, "Fold your dear hands, llttlo maldon" good-night! Lullnby, llttlo ,ono, lullaby, low! 12. A. Brlnlnitopl, In Los Angolos Express. X THE PRICES OF STEEL. Tho 'stool trust doo not control 'nil tho stoo plants of tho United Stntos, but In tho extent of Its holdings, tho volumo of its business nnd Us Hnnnolftl strognth It towors nbovo most corporations In tho motal trad or any othor. It recently gavo n dinner doubtless n flno ono to tho Iron nnd Btoel magnates of the world, nnd tho keynoto of tho nrtdreases was "harmony." Since Us organisation tho timet has domlnntod the prloo of stool, and llko Warren Hustings or Lord Cllvt, we forgot whloh has astonished Usolf by Its moderation. For h Ionic time It sold rails at $2S por ton when it might doubtloss have extorted $88, and now that conditions havo ohangod, IT WAS THE UNANIMOUS CONCLVSION OF THE FIFTY-NINE STEEL MAGNATES VRIWENT THAT AS TO PRICKS EVIJRYHODY SHOULD STAND PAT. THAT WAS WHAT THE DINNER WAS FOR, AND IT SUC CKKIHCI). Tho mooting conoludod with tho sppolntmont of a commlttoo of live, to which any perplexed and perhnps wavering producer might at any ttlmo upponl for "advlcp." - Tho metal mon, of courso, nro proololy llko tho rost, of us In doslrlng to koop up tho price of what thoy havo to soil. Thoy fuel proolsoly as our ralsln-growors and prttno-growors fool, nnd llko thorn, thoy got togothor nnd consult. Llko thorn1, also, alas, thoy will bo govornod by tho laws- of trade "which no human ability can ovor ovorrldo. THEY WILL HAVE TO MAKE AND SELL STEEL, AND IF THEY tJANNOT GET GOOD PRICKS THEY WILL HAVE TO TAKE THOSE NOT SO GOOD. Thoy must pay Intorost on bonds, and If dividends aro not forthcoming on tit loast tho proforrod stock thoro will bo an uproar among stock holdors. , Intorost nnd dividends can como only from profits, nnd profits cannot bo KQt rrom great plants running on half time. Tho vory mngnltudo of those great corporations constrains them. Thoy muBt make and sell steal. Doubtloss thoy can curtail, but thoy cannot stop; nnd, whether thoro ho good tlmos or bad tlmQ3, tho product,' must, bo solil and sold for what buyors can afford to pay. o A CENTRAL RANK. Tho Now York chamber of commerce holds an annual banquet to which tt is always nblo to attract tho eminent mon of th'o nation, Catarrh Ono of tho most common of blood dip eases, is much aggravated by tho sudden changes of weather at this time of yonr. Begin treatment at onco with Hood's Sarsaparilla, which effects rad ical and porraanont cures. This great medicine has received 40,366 Testimonials i i.M .uvnro wlitMi nrnvn ltd wonderful efficacy in purifying and enriching tho blood. BcBt for all blood diseases. In usual llould form or chocolated tablets known as Sarsstabs. 100 doses tl. T. F. Rynn on Music. Thomas F. Ryan was talking nbout music. "I llko all music," ho said, "except such natlvo and special sorts an the tom-tom, tho bngplpofl or tho Indian hufaa glvo off. Did you ovor notlco how a piper prances up and down- ns ho pipes? Ho novor sits, ho novor stnudB still, but up and down, round and round, to nnd fro ho struts continually. A llttlo boy. listening t'o tho weird skirl of tho bagpipes of a streot porformer onco snid to his father: 'Fathor, why does tho piper keep on tho movo all tho tlmo ho plays?' I can't Bay, my boy,' tho fathor answered, 'unless It Is to provont any ono getting tho rango with a cobblo-stono.' " - o About Digestion. Tt is not tho quantity of food tnkon but tho amc.lt dlgostod and nsslmilntod that gives otrongth and vitality to tho systom. Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Invlgornto tho stomach and livor and cnablo thorn to porform their func tions. Tho rosult Is n rollsh for your food, increased strength and wolght, groator onduranco and n clear hoad. Prlco 25 conts. Samplou froo. For salo at Dr Stono's, drug storo. Soclnll.snt in Hungary. In Hungary a notlconblo factor, writes our Budapest correspondent, is tho enormous Influence that Ger many, Italy and England wlold. Ev ory work of valuo dealing with the diverBo forms of Socialism has boon translated and scattorcd broadcast in all disaffected and dlscontonddd 'areas. Finos and imprlsonmont in- Why tlio Lerturo Was Postponed. Tho Harvard Crlmsou nnnouncos that tho locturo by Professor Poa body on "Tho Political and Soclnl Slgnlflcnnco of tho Llfo of Jesus Christ" was postponed Tuosday qyon- lug hconuso of .the football mass mooting on that dato. Boston Transcript. r o WHAT'S worth doing h worth doing woll. If you wish to bo ourod of Rhoumntlsm uso Ballard's Snow Liniment and you will bo "woll ourod." A posltivo euro for Sprains, Nournlgla, Brulsos, Contractod Musolos and ntl tho ills that fiosh Is holr to. A. G. M. Wil liams, Navasota, Toxas, wrltes: "I havo usod Snow Liniment for spralnod nnklo nnd It gnvo tho host of satisfaction. I 'always woop It in tho houso." Sold by D. J. Fry. o Russia's Strategic Railroads. Russia has completed tho groat stool and conoroto bridge across the Oxus at Karkl, on whloh It has been busy ovor slnco tho autumn of 1905. This brldgo Is tho last and principal link In tho now strategic railway which Is boing built betwoon tho groat city of Samarkand, In Russian Turkoystan, nnd tho llttlo vlllago of Bosaga, on tho Afghan frontlor, and as soon as tho rails aro laid, which will bo in a few months, tho Czar wlU bo ablo, should ho wish, to mass a million mon upon tho bordor of this debatable territory. Anothor of theeo strtoglc railways has also been rocontly comploted from tho Caspian to Penjdoh', oy way of Merv. Those trunk lines havo bedn constructed secretly. croaso, but tho lltoraturo of Boclal domocrncy Is flooding village, hamlet and town with now ideas and provid ing now forcos. Cortnlnly ono of tho beat equipped printing establish ments I havo ovor soon outside Eng 'lnnd is that of tho Socialists in 'Budapest. ' It is an onormous placo. 'it roprosonts monoy, nnd .it makes tlon, and from this flows powor. Poll Mall Cnzotte. : o Early to Red and early to rlso, makos ono healthy, happy and wise oapoclally If you jlako Horblno beforo rotlrlng. A pos jitivo euro for constipation, dyspep sia and nil llvor complaints. Mrs. S , Columbia, Tcnn., wrltes: "I al ways koop a supply of your Horblno on hand. Am so ploaBcd with tho rollof It givos in constipation and all llvor complnlnts, that words can't oxpross my appreciation." Sold by D. J. Fry. o Starting on the Color Lino. Tho stato of Oklahoma camo Into oxlstonco on Saturday with this flno sontlniont from Its first governor: This day tho sun has lighted tho pathway of 1,000,000 pooplo emerg ing from tho disorder and dlscontont or bureaucratic govornmont, rostrlct od to tho point of holplossnoss, nnd nogloctod to tho limit of opproBBlon, into a condition or. unoriy in sou govornmont." But tho rotlrlng torrltorlal ofllcors, oxcopt tho govornor, woro not Invited MEN'S to 'tho coromony bocnuso ono of thorn was a negro" and this nowv roglmo of i.... i . -, in i-i , iiuoriy in soii-governiuuiii. cuiuu not tolornto tho "social equality" of a negro standing by whllo n whlto man took tho oath of office Okln ihoma Is not mnklng an nusplclous I boglnnlng. Buffalo ExproBS, o Phrenological Lecture Last Night Tho phronologlcnl locturo at tho First Christian church last night by Mrs. Ellis was woll attondod, nnl tho nudlonco showed groat apprecia tion. Tho locturo doalt mostly with tho founding of tho sclonco of phre nology, tho dlfllcultloa that woro on countered, nnd tho fundnmontnl prin ciples embodlod In tho sclonco. .aiToact-x. Among those prosont at tho ono hundred and 'thirty-ninth annual din ner was formor Soorotary Shaw, himself now a resident of Now York nnd" a banker. In his addross ho doolared that ho rogardod Jaokson's veto of tho act renewing tho ohnrtor of tho United Stntos bank as tho most unfortunate act of that solf-wllled man. THAT THE UNITED STATES BANK OF THAT DAY "DID POLL TICS" THERE IS NO DOUBT. IN THAT DAY AS IT STILL IS BANKING IN THE UNITED STATES WAS A POLITICAL QUESTION. Thoro was much that was bad. Thoro was Inflnltoly moro, howevor, that was only imagined. Tho bank was financially sound and for that day was woll managed. Its destruction resulted in our wrotohod sub-treasitiry system, which tho projudlcos of a pooplo ignorant of finance domnnded. With 'tho growth of tho nation possibly, even probably, with some wnfortunuto oxporlonces tho bank of tho United States would have In evitably dovolopod Into a powerful financial Institution under sufficient control of tho government and at all 4lmes ableto carry on tho national fiscal operations In accordance with tho principles of sound finance. No humnn institution has over been found compotont to prevent panics and following periods of fluanclal depression; hut whon, In other coun tries, sucli conditions havo arisen tho national fiscal Institution has proved tho bulwark of defense, and tho standpoint for tho advance to tararcl pT08por!ty whou tho tide turned. I NOT AT ALL UNLIKELY THAT WE SHALL SOME TIME HAVE SUCH A BANK. & "MfcJf . J V- . X Start tia J? m AM,S Capital National Bank J. II. ALBERT, President. E. M. CROISAN, Vice. Pres. JOS. II. ALBERT, Cashier. TWENTY-TWO YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL BANKING BUSINESS IN SALEM, SAVINGS DEPARTMENT,' Pays 3 per cent interest on sav ings accounts. A Modern Indian Romance. Unsuccessful in his suit to win tho hand of an Indian maldon who Is In tho Carlislo Indian school, Chnrllo Rod Horse, whoso namo In tho Uti langungo Is unpronouncoablo, sat In tho Union depot last night awaiting tho doparturo of an oastbound train, having In his pockot a scrawled let tor from tho glrl'B pnronts on tho Now Moxlcan Uto rosorvatlon tolling that tho girl had beon sold to him for tho sum of four ponios. Tho ques tion now arises, and Charles has ovldontly overlooked It, whother or not tho girl who has enjoyed four years schooling In Carlislo will bo willing to marry him, simply because tho Indian wont through tho primeval custom of handing over four ponies to -tho girl's parents, who are In need of stock. Denver Republican. o " For any of tho ordinary diseases of the skin Chamberlain's Salvo is oxcollent. It not only allays tho Itching and smart but effects a cure For salo at Dr. Stono's drug Btoro. Wooden Sole Calf Shoes Tho host thing for farmers and all people who havo out-of-door work, a superior calf shoe with heavy woode.ii soles. It Is warm and waterproof, as well aa mud proof. See them and try them. Jacob Vogt SUto Street Shoo Dealer. SMART SPITS jp m fKXNTYOOnS yYOU WILL WANT TO DIIKSS UP A MITW TORT, I IDAYS; AT LEAST YOU OUGHT TO-Vow vJl DOES. PERHAPS YOU DO WANT TO, BIT THl'wJ A NE AVSU1T JUST NOW. YOU'ltK W11OX0I 00ME It WHAT WE CAN OFFKIl FOR. SAY.. Mwr1 SURELY YOU WOULDN'T GO SHAI1I1V AT THAT nStfl , , ... M Among iow-priccu suits you wi: find a aploiidid showing of the latent styles In tho now browns nnd mix tures -JUBt tho swell things that aro now boing sold In Now Yorh , . , Thoao garmonts nro cut ovor tho same patterns as our moro oxpenab garmonts -all the difference Is la tho cloth and finish, Como and tee those bully good bargains at $15 anl up. G. W. JOHNSON & The Clothiers Thara Is Onlv OnG l Br onto Quinine" That I Laxative Bromo Qui VXD THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A 6MB HI M' Always romombor tho full name. Look for this slguaturo on every box. 26c. i CHH-eeM4HCHWH MONUMENTS AS THEY SH0U1D BE, Artlatlo DoslKns Bost of WorLmaushlp, Purest of juwwfl 4 Order now for spring dollvery. Let us make sonettttH and modern for you, and sot 1 In place before next Day. WILTON W. MARTI Works at 239 Liberty Streo BlSi( CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY Wo aro a now firm and we havo come to stay. Our uniform method of damp ening, done by an-pxport damp ener, Insures a beautiful finish. Special effort will bo made by us to please our customers. Laundry called for and de livered. Phone orders given prompt attention. PHONE 105. mmm SALEM BRICKYARD A. A. HURTON. Prop. Brick always on hand, in car w- a Y.rrc made or otherwise. rreBcu w..v- -to order. Yard on State street, MUtfl of pentitentiary. 7-1-tf. mnvrRTiNTlT BREAD. It ft worth mora than . Bread, yet the price is no Wiw For m1 at your 70C8r'-,'1,1irl(a OAMFOWflA BAW The ft Owlf . " WHERE Si'JOflNI For ill '' Spray Mai lta.Silto mrm PRICES if;y v- , Ifaid. v- .a i M5'- CR25- Zfe. 4'Jm r ZkZ tt! xz&"l i- a w L 1 ' ..II ! - int-"