DAILY OAPITAIi JOURNAL. 8ALEM, QKEGON, THUK8DAY, JANUARY 30, 1008.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
li. IIOFKIl, Ed. Hd Prop.
Aa ladepeadeot tfewiptrxr Derold to American Prluclplei nd
IhCTrogrert nrt DlojBient of All Oregon.
fuMWied Kietr Evcnlne Kopt Sunday, Slera, Ore.
(lurarUblr In Adanc.)
oilr;jr eanler, pr year
nMr, by Mtil, par tr.. -.
wJy, br mn, pf rr
Per month .3
Six rnontbt .......Wo
or ena5Bleoc of fubicrlbor branch dollrory
office aro eUo-
t ikn follow! Itce at B coaU por month, 11.00 for throa
Asylum Btoro, P. O. Do Voo & Bon, Asylum Avonuo Junction.
Carllno, Bovontocnth atrcot o A. W. Lnno, Garden Road atoro.
Dado'o Store, Alox, Dauo, Booth Commorclal street.
Electric fltoro, 0. M. Epplor, East BUto atroot.
Fair Orounda Btoro, Harrison Dee, Fair drounda Road.
Ifowelt'a Corner, Twoltth and Gron atreota.
O. K. Grocery, A. A. Engloba t, Twalfth street.
Walter's Btoro, W. D. Whcor, Highland arenae.
Tow- Park Wor , F. 0. Dowor or, Twelfth and Loalle.
LINCOLN' IN I1HONZE.
Horo do "I look upon hlatorlc form
Faahlonod In bronto grown cold, but glowing yet
In our Columbia' memory cnakot ot
A wvoi'clKn Jowol. Earth'a un conacloua atorm
4Mxf boat upon and work tbo Htatuo harm;
Old Tlmo may topple It without resrot.
ForUh tho bronio, but wo will not forget
Tho groat heart for Its brothora bontlng warm. '
Tho hand of Lincoln, bronxod by honcBt toll,
That droro tho ax and felled tho forest oak,
Thon working up amid tho world's turmoil
At ono proud blow four million fottora broke:
It U not dust still doea It reach and clnap
1'aiit pruifont, future. In Ita
FIJNNHVLVANLVK UGKNT LAW.
Tho'iupromo court of I'annaylvnnlii litis Just nfilrmtd the dealalon of
tho commou ploaa court of Phlbtdolphln county thnt the 2ont fare law
jano by tho lust loKlnlnturo In unoouitlttuloital. r
Tho lower court fiavo wolht to tho contention tlut tho Pennsylvnnlii
lUillroad company, which fought thu onforooment of tho low, wna pro
tootod by curtain chnrtar rlKhta wliloh ootutltuUd n contniot with tho
ittato and under which tho raUn of imwoiiKor (are oouhl not bo altorod
HUT IT' IS ALSO HELD THE tM'HNT HATE TO ItK AS HK
lAHIltt AT LEANT A I'AHT OF THE COMPANY'S HtiKlfXtHHl IIUMI
NU88 OPPHESHIVE AN'II CONI'lHlWrOHY.
ThtaoHHuntlal point In tho lrlitoii la iutnlnod by tho aupromo court.
Yfhloli aaya that lint 2-cent rato would prevent tho pompnny'g on nil nit
n fair return on nomti of tho Ilium which It opnrntoit.
Tho nullllloatloti of lh 2cont Urn law l woloomo, naya the Nw
York Fanner Tribune, boenuwo It will holp to rtrftln tbe teuilonoy of
loglalaturo to dnl aummurlly with n Rtmernl Ituntlou without Inquir
ing Into and allowing for nooeeiury ltiaiu.ltIM4 In local wiiulltlona.
IT IH AHSIMU) TO IONOHH YAUIATIONH IN TIIK UAIININU IC1V
KH OF HAILUOAI) PUOPHHTIIW AND TO I'HHSCHIIIK THE SAME
MAXIMUM OF PAHSENOHH TKANHPOHTATION CIIAHOItS KOIt
rilMNir LINE OPKHATINO A HUNDHHO OH TWO IIFNIHIKI) THAI.NH
A HAY AND A HHANCHv LINH Wl'fll PllllllAPri ONE TH.1IX IfcU'll
llonu tho bin Mem llu omh ami &m rUio paaMagw ratM It doi
not roMow that tktt braMeh 1R. owHmt b dirfMwMt lHttrMU, ahouid be
iotflplWxl to do buMlnwM at h raU trbhl4lMK IwltlmuU profit.
Thw wm no i)umkioh h PMtirtVftiUt of t uliUUy o! th !
vtrlvuHla Untlnwtl corwiNtMr to do lh grltr part of IU MoMr bml
now at a uiaxlmuHi rate of I onita a hIIo.
Tb imfliu,,H liirlw vrftHU ekantoi avorti wli loa tkan I
onU Hint It etfr 1000-mtU Uofct. gg oror all Ha lloa for It.
Yirt It la not tlmr that U oohW iimko r uttlforw l-cMt rot oa Mary
of IU brunch or ImmnI Hum (or local M woll aa for aooelAl la-mll
UwliHjbUdiy 0 Bt min U tk iViiir womW Wo enrrld at
n Iomi. HMd It wh u ttlulR mim ( dHty an Uto Mtrt of tko rogtakturs
not U rooDKHlw t titwuiftlktoi U tamlRjf tmm WoIwoom Lk dlffor
out oorpurattoaa iHrolvod,
What wan Kraottoally -ttarHiloao. arkpa, for waa n oMlttvo -urtvttUwu
of rlxhu and worty Cor hroLhw.
novrnor Hugho did a grout utrtit at a trlttaU oawwi of votolwg
& 8'oont twi bill la tkta atRlo al Um twUlivs a kali on a wmiMii
then awvuplHg th MHlUr)'.
UoMWltl logtelatloti l tnay, Unt Oovtroof liwcfcoa wlaoly UMtetoil
that itomtla 4iold Mot b liraorod Mtl tbtU IHo wm for mIi railroad
boMhl b jHdjttM oa Ma w tttortto.
Thr Nbauld U He mr off-kand KMoatwork mmI farvtoal oat nta
xuaU!wtl4iH tn paatOMKOr for togbtlatloo.
Exceedingly charitable, and baring ample means, his mother was ever
busy with public and private charltlea.
Left to tho care- of paid aorvanta, tutors and Instructors, over-Indulgad
and pampered, THE CHILI), YOUTH, MAN, HAD LOW IDEALS SET
HHFOHE HIM. ,
TIicbo ho chooo to follow. '
Wo need not present tho leon, especially to parent.
TO ONE WHO KNEW THE PARENTAGE OF THE MAN It would bo
a hateful task, yet must we nay, "0! parenta; bo mindful of your re
Hponslblllty for tho right training of your children."
MOST COSTLY SPORT
Frank J. Farrell, ownor of the
New York American league baseball
club and tho proprietor of a vcr7
uooful racing alablc, says It costs
moro than twlco as much to run the
ball team than tho gee gees. For
salarlo!) of players and expenses of
other kinds tho nine forces Mr. Far
roll to pay out 198,000 n year. To
run his atablo It takes 940,000.
Tho cost of running tho ball team
la about as follews: Salaries of 25
playors, JOO.000; hotel bills. J6375;
aprlng training trip, ifiOOO; Inci
dental, clerks and attendants, $15,
000; making n total of $97,375.
Mr. Fnrroll's racing stable cost
last year nbout oa follows. Twolvo
horses at $75 a month and extras,
$0000; ontry foes, 5000; Jockey
feca (regular prlco of $10 a month),
$5000; forfeits In stake racos, $10r
000; trnvollng expenses and attend
ants. $8000; enlarlca of thrco betting
commlsflloncra, $3000; making a to
tal of $40,000. Although Mr, Far
roll, llko all gamo mon. Is aa silent
about his wlnnlngB as ho Is whan ho
loses, It enn snfoly bo raid that rac
ing paya him well In tho long run.
In fact, It la sovornl yonrs sine hto
atablo has foiled to pay oxponss.
Aa for tho ball ton in on tho hill top
It hna boon n llnanolal wicoww from
tho Htnrt. Mr. Fnrroll was rtrently
nakod which ho liked better, racing
"It's hard to any whlrh I llk tho
hotter," ho unaworud. "As n stondy
monoy mnkor, bnsabnll la undoubted
ly thu bettor, but thwro la a fnwlna
Hon nbout tho turf whlrh I cannot
Kt over." Mr. Farrell admitted that
lis a porvoual uiiiUHemout ho would
ehnomi tho tionlos, but ho tliougni
thaLns n icloutlllo aport biiHUball hnd
u iiiuuh dMpor hold on tho public
Tho proof of this Is that baba!l
drawn fnthuahutlo crowds your aftor
yoir without tho nld of tho wibtl
aUrnftlon of gambling.
Wo offer Ono Hundred DollarB Re
ward for any caso of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo,
Wo, tho undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years,
and bcllovo him perfectly honorablo
Inall business transactions and finan
cially nblo to carry out any obliga
tions mado by his firm.
Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin,
Wholeaalo Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free.
Prlco 75 conts per bottto. 8old by all
Tako Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Hi Neighbor's Cat.
A Cleveland layer tells of a man
living Ih a Buburb of that city whose
sleep had been disturbed nightly by
tho howling on his back fenco of
his neighbor's cat. At last, in de
spair, ho consulted his lawyer.
"There sits the cat every night on
our fence," explained tho unhappy
man, "and he yowls and yowls and
yowls. Now, I don't want to havo
any trouble with this neighbor, but
tho thing has gone far enough, and
I want you to suggest a remedy."
Tbo lawyer looked solemn nnd
said not a word.
"I am well within my rights If I
ahoot tho cat, am I not?" asked tbo
"I would hardly say that," replied
tho legal light. "Tho cat does not
belong to you, as I understand It."
"And tho fenco does?"
"Then," concluded tho lawyer, "I
think it safo to say that you havd
u porfoct right to tear dawn the
Didn't Affect Him.
Stolla Mrs. Jones wants a new
coat becauso Mrs. Smith IookB so
well in one. Jack Yes, but Jones
won't sign a chock merely because
when ho is
A DlftVmico of Temperature.
Husband What Is tho dlfforcnco Smith looks so pretty
between tho lovo of a lover and tho .writing ono. Harper's Boozaar.
lovo of a husband 7
Wife About 390 dogroo Fahrcn
holt. Hnrpor's Wookly.
"Wheu attacked by a cough or a
cold, or whon your throat Is soro, it
Is rank foollsbnocs to tako any othon
modlclno than Dr. King's Now
covcry," says ,C O. Eldrldgo, of Era
plro, aa., "I bavo used NowDIecov
ery sovon yonrs and I know It la tho
host romody on earth for coughs and
colds croup, nnd nil throat nnd lun:
Caught in tho Rnln.
thon a cold and a cough let It run
on got pneumonia or consumption
thnt'B all. No matter how you g't
your cough, don't neglect It tako
Dallard's Horhound Syrup and you'll
bo over It In no tlmo. Tho suro curo
tVkw MAiiMhd aaMu ftrnnfiMtfa flflrl nil
dib-;4U " .-" ."" -" :
i pulmonary diseases m young uuu
old. For salo by all druggists.
Hnd Heard It Ilefore.
"Sho looks very young to havo a
troubles. My children aro subject 1Br?" f"!!!?11.!!::"
APAim l.tifr Vnw niannvarv nnlntrlv "w nn "uo J"ow '"
cures ovory attack." Known tho
world over ns tho king of throat nnd
lung romodlos. Sold under guar-,
nnteo at J. C. Perry's drug storo. 50c!
and $1.00. Trial bottle frco.
It Does tho HiinIucms.
Mr. E. E. Chamberlain of Clinton,
ll.lmi him rt Ilnnlrtnn'a ArnlnA
Salvo. "It'doA the business! I havo
used It for pile and It oured them.
Usd It for ohnppod hands and It
on rod them. Applied It to an old
sore and It hoaleii without loavlng
a soar behind." Jlo at J. C. Perry's
Hubby In PeevHi,
"Mt yoM rwilly lore me. John?"
"Oh, iui. I wear those summer
PUM hinI thle irawp overcoat mere
ly tu appear, eeeeutrlr. that all."
To Cure Cold In Ono Day.
Tako LAXATIVE HROMO Qulnlno
Tnblots. Druggists refund money If
It falls to curo. 13. W GROVE'S
nlcnnturo on onr-h box 25c.
"I know. That sho was marrlod
whon sho wns Just barely flftoen
yonrs old." Pltsburg Post,
IF YOU KNOW.
Tho merits of tho Toxas Wonder, you
would novor suffer from kidney,
blnddor or rheumatic trouble. $1
bottle, two months' trentmont, sold
by 8. C. Ston drug store, or by mail.
Testimonials with each bottlo,
Women as Well as Men Ar
mmm bj nraiKy ana
Kidney trouble preys upon tin i
vigor and che
ncss soon disan
when the kidtipi
out of order or
oeconie so prev
that it is not un
mon for a child!
child urinates too often, if the urni ,
the flesh, or if, when the child reach
ape when it should be able tocontr.
passage, it is yet afflicted with beta
tinir.detieudupon it, the cause of thJ
culty Is kidney trouble, and thej
step snouia oe towaras ine trcatmjl
these important organs. This unplei
trouble is due to a diseased conditid
the kidneys and bladder and not
habit as most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made t
able with kidney and bladder tr
and both need the same great rea
The mild and the immediate effo
Swamp-Root ii soon realized. It i
by druggists, in lifty
cetit and one-dollar i
sire bottles. You may
have a sample bottle
bv mail free, also a Rooo(i
pamphlet telling all about Swamp-1
including many of the thousands of
mouial letters rccjived from bum
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer &1
Btnghamton, N. v., be sure and tn
this tuner. Don't make any mis
but remember the name, Swamp-
Dr. Kilmer's awaiiip-uooi, ana u
dress, Btnguamtou, js. v.. on
One Kind of l-'nme.
AUinoriiies wuo novo i n cj
somo of England's ancient trca
try to dlscourngo tbo habit of
Ing initial on those r'In
of $15 was recently Imposed
man who hnd chipped his nar
letters six Inchos high on one
stonoe In tho ".Druids' Clrdo'
Koswlck. Close to tho giant
globo nt Swanngo a spech' sli
provided fo" tho harmless r-x'c
of the names of nil who nro ndd
to this self advertisement Onj
ulnr Alplno summits its h custc
for names to bo left on can)
omntltd wine bottles Chi
Irritation of tho throat nnj
nosj are reuovoa uum'tiia'oi;
two or three llttlo 8vn''owi
Komp'n Balsam, tho best co',gh
Grin patients should make a
llimillUTY DOIIS NOT H.VPMKV THH HIWli MAN.
Tbo OonmlU (Hoette iuu oa loivtlbjeat. tkofkifel aM tUtoooiMei
dltQttl upon borotUth as follew:
Tho. hoHevere U horoltty ar ofloo to rood to revort to a iHotaoi aa
cwtry fur ortdonoe of watovoieM pikjrsioe.1. Hieot! aod uionU ooodlHun
hloK atler rl Uteroio gooorwilooo of ooo-oooeoeoooo. reao
pear Lh oamo reeHote dMwlHt wltk loeroaaod vlrntofioe.
WlMtotor m o tke troUi of too oomot of keeoMHy we are oot ore
purnl to wH a true all Uiftt W t'alMeilwy tboe WHO HHFIIIt ALL
THAT IXINKTITIWIIS A MAN TO THH INFI.UIINFI1 QF HI1HHUITY.
It to Uoe tluw or oatotol soloes too tunj oroomlM too roce of meo eoo
hm mi fen mt Itnorored
TtOe U rk motlMhl oat ore ooreoeo, mi oho ataJtoi oo wlatokoi.
If sko Hettdeeee h aytefM Of a MoookrooMj m aajf or It la lo. fooooA
mi( woe INTIlllHiaillSaii WITH UUU SIMPLE ASH WIIQLJk
Tk 8oitrtat oot toooieoiveo la aaraway vita taoee lave aa4 beeaiae
mm Wl raoe of mm
Hat wkai of ik )owr of aatlroeoieot?
1 H at orooaolo UuM on OMky be ftoual the reolot of all foroe U
nMMMUas uoAa eaaraeior?
vw unit thu tiiioi tbVvutoijjyr in its sicr awipunnx.
It U m we lute aa aooa eaoaga sattoitoM a m loe roal to
8Hr of wHvUoiMtUMil hmom e la Umot toroMMoa otala.
Tae oaoe of Tka asaU iUl wajjgoolt Umo taoagkta.
NO MAN HAH A MOItK DH8I HAULM ANOHS1HV TIUN II ft
HU mwHl j-uo4rtkef. JoHttK Qaaolor. toroaga a MM&aetlte and
UMtfHi Itf rovd oJnmoU to We a mkm "ofoajid lUUo ewr iaa th
THH MMK MAV IIK 8AIII OF THJ YQITNO MAN'S 1VTIIHJ1. l!..
Oa botM 44h awl fiK Hwy aMeeedeat Kairiloo yooag Ttutw kik '
a WOH euwbu aere4u
The. for of UiU a mtaed t4 by aa iatortvaiti aunmRt
lr-Hilatly yublfcapitfra Hlf FATHKH W.iS AltSOHtlk'U IN
:m.o Liese than
yowr iNroiwe will mnke
yon woll-to-lo Just as Mirely aa
it iiMikoa tho rtek atlll rleker.
It to a rale that never falls
Ui orodttee rotalU for rich a ad
Oar Savtaao DeaartMOMt will
Mo yen aa re. OvooalU o one
dollar or more draw littereei
at three per cent.
awi ua tutu la.
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