DMI.X CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORFOnV l-niDAV, JUXM 10, 1008
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
HOFER, Ed. and Prop.
An Indopcmleut Newspaper Dorotcd to American Principles and
the I'roRre and DeTelopcmont of All Oregon.
Published Every Evening Kxcopt Similar, Salem, Ore.
(Invariably In Advan6o,h
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MEN AND CHARACTER -NOT
PARTIES AND PHRASES.
Tho mW'Bfgntflcant.fcaturo of tho
political situation Is tjio docadonco
of.pojriy, and elovatlon of men and
Mes llko Hughes of. Now York, LA
FplIoifOjOf Wisconsin CuramlnB of
Idwajand Chamberlain and Folk, In
tho Democratic party, moan Bomo-
Tho only mlstako tho Republican
national convention can make is to
put 'tin Candidates who are not up
to tho demand of tho hour, and rely
ori a ioi oi sounding pinuorm
phrases'' and tocltals of party history
to carry fthom through.
THE PEOPLE WANT MEftf WHO
IX) THINGS, NOT MERE PARTV
It will mako Very llttlo dlfforontfo
to tho average voter what the Re
publican jplntform contains. Tho
rank anrf" file of tho pa.rty will not
oven reatf the platform.
They understand tho Issues be
fore tho platform Is over written,
and the 'Issuo3 nro represented by
tho men who mako those Issues.
Candidates for office aro today
judged more on their personal char
acter, on' their recard for moral
Btamlna and achievement along lines
of progressive reforms, than for
tholr party or tho platform they arc
Tho hlBtory of tho pnrty counts
tot something HUT STARILITV
AtfD MANHOOD COUNT FOR
Tho city of Med ford has a charter
onactod slnco tho adoption of tho
local option law giving that city ex
clusive right to rogulnto and license
or nrohlblt saloons.
At tho Juno election Medford win
carried for prohibition nnd now It
Is sought to rostrnln tho law from
'going Into effect on the ground of
tho charter provision.
Tho only question Is whether tho
later onnctod charter suporsedo3 tho
local option law.
Thoso who ask tho Injunct'nn con
toild thnt thoro Is NOTHINO IN
THE CONSTITUTION TO PREVENT
PASSING ANY' SPECIAL LAW HV
Whero two lnwa conflict tho
courtn hold that tho lntor enactment
rouonls tho earlier by' lmpllchtlon.
IN THE NATURE OF THE LOC
AL OPTION LAW ITS EFFECT IS
LOCAIi IN OPERATION.
Whon Medford got tho chnrlor
onpetod, ono-linlf tho city was dry
nnd one-half wnt wot. Tho ohartri
IT SHOULD NOT RE LEFT TO
THE CAPRICE OF THE LEGISLA
TURE TO VOTE LARGE OR
This sfato employs 300(5 toachors
In tho public schools, and 1000 now
teachers nro needed annually ac
cording to tho best reports.
The grange Is domandlng longer
tpfmB of country 'schools, and
EIGHT OR NINE IttONTHS Ql
SCHOOL .WILL SOON IIE THE
Tho grange Is demanding tho
higher grades In tho country
schools tho limitation to eight
grades hns got to go. Ten to 12
grades Is tho new demand.
Teachers to fill theao positions In
tho bottcr-'gradod country schools
must have normnl training,
THE RAPID MULTIPLICATION
OF HIGH SCHOOLS IS GOING ON
The laws provide cOunty "hlgli
schools and union high schools,
These must have professionally
If wo take as n basis tho annual
demand for 1000 additions to tho
teaching force, what can tho state
reasonably Invest In their profoa
Blonal equipment 1n tho way of good
normal school training?
IS $50 A Y'EAR TOO MUCH FOR
THE STATE TO CONTRHIUTE 'IN
THE EXPENSE OF PREPARING A
TEACHER FOR THE PUHLIC
The student who tnkes a yoarV
tlmo for propnrntlon to teach la
making a sacrlflco nnd nn Invest
ment of at lenst $200. Sometimes
In the stato normal schools tho
student nays $12 a yenr tuition and
$20 to $30 dormitory foes and other
THE STATE MAKES RACK
AIIOUT THREE-FOURTHS OF THE
WHOLE 9."0 APPROPRIATED.
On a basis of 1000 students tak
ing n year's work nt normal schools
to become public school teachers tho
stnto would appropriate $50,000 and
got back $30,000 to $40,000 ,n yonr
Into It treasury, AND HE OFT
ONLY S?20.00 A YEAR.
Tho 1000 students would Invest,
at least $200,000 In equipping
thomsolvcs to teach In tho public
Tuition, books, clothos, bonrd nnd
trnvollng oxponses WOULD AMOUNT
TO 8200 A YEAR PER STUDENT.
COUNTING THEIR TIME AS NOTH
ING. Admitting that tho stato need
100 now tenchon each year, tho
people must provldo stato normal
schools or put mo with untrained
teachors, or tho teachers must go
to othp stntos to In tra'ned.
If-onlv hnlf of them would go to
othor states to attend normnl train
ing schools tho loss to our stuto
wns OHiioclally unacted to remedy
that defect of tho law, SO FAR AS would bo nt least $100,000. and wo
IT APPLIED TO MEDFORD. would loso many of those young mon
Tho prlnc'plo Involved Is whether and women pormnnently.
n city enn under, any elrcumstnncss .' FROM THE STANDPOINT OF
Becuro Bpoclnl nollco regulation. UFSINESS IT WILL PAY TO SUP-
Hon. It. O. Smith of OrnntH Pnai PORT AND ENCOURAGE NORMAL
In prosontlng tho nnmo of Gbv
ornor Curtis Guild, of Massach.t-
Betts, In npmlnntlou for tho vlco
presidency, Ilonry c. Lodgo, review
ed his career and concluded with
tho following werds:
"Such Is tho rocord of tho man I
presont to this convention, In tho
nnmo of Massachusetts for nomina
tion nB vlco prcBidont, It Is a roc
ord of distinguished sorvlco to his
party and to tho stato, gonoroualy,
ungrudgingly given. Ho has been
nn able, and an honorablo govornor
devoting nil his strength of body
and mind to tho advancement of
Massachusetts. Liberal and prO-
grcsBlvo, his nnmo 1b not only asso
ciated with sound, administration,
but with tho enrnost advocacy of
measures which would promote tho
wolfnro of the stato and which woro
ti tho intorcst of tho broadest hu
manity. Of consplclous ability, of
remarkable eloquence in spooch, of
Unblemished character, a life ong
and loyal Republican, ho would
bring to tho sorvlco of tho nation
tho same dovotloti to principle, tho
same zeal and onorgy, tho samo
earnest faith In what ho bollovcs to
bo right, that ho has for years glvon
to Massachusetts and to tho 'sorvlco
of his party.
"I have the honor, tho groat hon
or, to present to you for nomination,
tho Honorablo Curtis Guild of
Caroor of Jamos 8. Sherman.
1855 -Born Utlca, N. Y.
1878 Graduated from Hamilton
1880 Admitted to tho bar, prac
ticing In mien, N. Y.
18&4 Elected mayor of Utlca.
1887-91 Member of congross
from tho Twonty-thlrd Now York
189G Chnlrman of tho Republi
can stnto convention.
1803-1903 Member of congress
from tho Twenty-fifth New York dis
trict. 1903-09 Mombor ofcongrosn
from tho Twonty-sovonth Now York
1908 Chairman of tho Republi
can stnto convention of Now York.
Dolcgnto to tho Republican national
convontlon Chicago. Nominated for
vlco president. Prosldont of tho
Utlca Trust & Doposlt company.
Home, Utlcu, N. Y.
A Grand Family Medicine.
"It glvos mo plensuro to speak a
good word for Electric Dlttors,"
writes Mr. Frank Conlan of No. 430
Houston St., Now York. "It's n
grand family mcdlclno for dypopsfa
and liter complications; whllo for
lnmo bnck nnd weak kidneys It can
not be too highly rocommondod."
Electric Dlttors rogulnto tho dlgoB
tlvo functions purifies tho blood, and
Imparts ronowed vigor and vitality to
tho woak and dcbllltntod of both
soxos. Sold under gunranteo nt J.
C. Perry's drug storo. GOc.
Annual Session Grand Lodgo of Ore
gon Knights of Pythian, Port-
land, Or., Juno 10-18, 1008.
For tho aboyo occasion a rato of
ONE AND ONEJ-TIIIRD FARE on
tho certificate ptan( is authorized to
Portland and rolurn for all "p6lhts
on tho S. P. company lines on Oft
gon. . .
J. M. SCOTT, d, Pt A., S, P. Co.
41. It A Jl W, . VM , t. !.
' Qlngor, molnsscs nnd wato'r, mix
ed to suit tho tnsto, makes a 'refresh
ing nnd wholcBOtno thlrst-qucnchor
In tho Wield on n hot day; nnd thoro
Isn't n cross word In n barrel of ltl
nroducod Htich an array of nuthon
lion to Miistaln his contentions that.
District Attorney Ronmos and Judge
Colvlg of Jacksonville asked for
tlmo to iiroimro a brief to submit to
Tho case will probably bo cnrrlod
to the su promo court,
SUPPORT OF NORMAL SCHOOLS.
Tho question of appropriating
money for normal schoolH will soon . lv "'' n ois now nro nomana
ngnln bo before tho pooplo of this'1 ,,,0nr",an,l lntoi nnd unlvorslty
Hmto graduates In every department,
PPHLIO SENTIMENT HAS
GROWN MORE FAVORAHLE TO
THE SUPPORT OF NORMAL
Tho reasons for this nro qulto
plain for tho aervlco rendered by
tho normal schools IS MORE NEAR
LY A DIRECT RENEFIT TO THE
PEOPLE than that offorod by any of
tho ocnllod schools of higher ed
ucation. Every dollar anproprlated for sun
port of n normal school, nB nt proa
ont managed, Is exponded IN PRE
PARING MORE EFFICIENT PUR
LI C SCHOOL TEACHERS.
It Is tho mlddlo nnd poorer class
of citizen who nrj uenonttod by
What should bo tho basis of sup
port for normal schools?
SCHOOLS IN OREGON.
We will not only got bettor school
fenchers. but will keep our money at
homo and keen our voting nnoplo nt
homo, hut THE PEOPLE WILL GET
A FAR RETTER KEIIVICB IN
THEIR PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Tho tlmo la not far away when
no school district can afford to hlrn
n teacher who hn not bnd AT
TVtSU ovi? VEAH'S WORK IN A
The high schools now avo domnnd-
Our Hank welcomes Bmall do
poaltora. In our Savings Depart
ment as smnll nn amount ni one
dollar will open nn account.
Wo have good roasons for giv
ing thuflo accounts our best ,soi-
vlco. Inny of our Inrgt deposi
tors atartad as small depositors
and a largo number of sntlsflod
depositors with small accounts h
a good tulvortlsement for our
Young pooplo especially nro lu
vltod to tako advantage of this qp
portMtilty to start a bank nccount.
Tho Orocon normnl schools tho
nnst yenr earned In tuition nnd foas
between ton nnd twelve thousand
(lollnrs Olt ARO IT ONE-FOURTH
A normal school with 500 stu
dents wctld earn In tuition nnd dor
mitory fooa and othor foos, If prop
erly equipped from $16,000 to $20,
000. IT WOULD RECOME PRACTL
Vi LLV SELF-SUSTAINING,
Norml school nro necessary to o
tabllsh educational nnd pedagogic
al standards for sectarian nnd prlvato
schools and collogos.
THE STATE CANNOT AFFORD
TO GET ALONG WITHOUT FIRST
CLASS .NORMAL SCHOOLS.
They should bo confined strictly to
their lodtlmv" function of prepar
ing nrofesMonnl toachors for tho
FOR THIS PURPOSE THEY ARE
THE REST INVESTMENT THE
STATE (MX MKE IV THE CLASS
OF INSTITUTIONS FOR PURPOS
ES of so-oallod higher oducatlon.
The stnto and ths pooplo got a
d'rect roturn for ovory dollar In
vested In tho training of teachers for
the public schools.
Kodol Is tno boat known prepara
tion thnt Is offorod to tho pcoplo to
day for dyBpopala or Indlgostion or
any stomach trouble Kodol digests
all foods. It Is plcsant to tako. It
Is so'd horo bv all druggists.
Tho Journal suggests that Secre
tary Wilson make his noxt nnntml
Ktntomont of, fnrmora' bualncsa for
tho yenr n bnlanco ahoat, showing
tho debtor as woll as tho credit
Ruclc'eii h Arnica Salve Wins.
Tom Moore, of Rural nouto 1,
Cochran, On., writes: "I had a bad
soro como on tho Instep of my font
nnd could find nothing that would
heal It until I applied Ducklon's Ar
nica Salvo. Less than half of a 25
cont box won the dny for mo by nr
foctlng n perfect cure." Sold under
gunranteo at J. O. Perry's dnijj
A misfit suit Is not ndnptod to
winning a girl's regard or courting
hnr favor. A misfit harness will not
please tho horse nor win from It ro
gard for Its owner. '
Rev. II. F. Roynolds of Ilnvorhlll.
Mas., gonornl suporlnt)ndont and
general missionary sioretary of tho
Pontocostnl Church of tho Nazarono.
will pronch In the W. C. T. U. hull
In Snloin. Oregon, June 19th nt 7:30
p. m. Evorybody welcome.
Tea is, not infallible;
money back makes
amends. We are not, in
the least, uneasy about
Vourprocer returns roar money U job doa't
Uko Schilling' Dot; wo pr blm.
Poison Onk Poisoning,
Rnllard'a Snow LInlmont cures it.
Mr. O. II. P. Cornollus, Turner, Oro.,
writos My wlfo has discovered thnt
Snow Liniment cures "Poison Oatc
Poisoning," n very -painful trouble,
horself, but on two of her friends
She not only cured a case of It on
who wore poisoned by this same Ivy.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00.
Can't rnco without betting is tho
New York cry. Then quit if It -Is
just n gamble,
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo. It
Is especially good for pllos. Bo sure
to get DeWltt's. Sold by all drug
A bit of pagan philosephy: "Wo
have within usn mnny-hondod boast
ami a man, and by dissolutonoss we
food nnd strengthen tho beast and
starve tho man."
DeWltt's Kidney and. Bladder
i-1 is uiu jjiutiiiii. unit uiuiuutsii uiiu j
ili in u very hiiuii iimu airuuguiuu
the weakened kidneys. Sold by all
It has been said that "hugging by
any othor nnmo would be as sweet."
Tho sweetness of tho act doe'i not
depend upon Its. name but upon tho
DeWltt's TJttlo Rnrlv Plsnra tho
famous llttlo liver pills, aro sold bv'
a : i
m Kind Ypn Rata Haw wil
Notlco to Property Ownora on Broad.
Notlco Is hereby glvon that tho
ownors of proporty to bo benefited
by tho improvement of Broadway
3troot In tho city of Salem, Oregon,
wjth. crook or river gravel, botwoon
tho" north lino of North Mill creel:
land the north lino of Madison atrcot,
In said' city, who dcslro to mako said
lmprovomont In ltou of tholr as30B0
mont nnd In accordance with tho
plans nnd specifications now on .Rio
In tho office of (tho city rocordor of
said city, shall fllo tholr written ap
plication thQrQfej: with said, city ro
cordor, on or before Juno 20, 1908.
By ordor of tho common council.
W. A. MOORES,
C-1C-1U. City Rocoi'dor.
Reform School Supplies.
Scnlcd proposals aro horoby In
vited 'for furnishing tho Orogon
State Reform school, with supplies
for tho noxt six months ending Do
combor 31st, 1008. Supplies con
sisting of flour, grocorles, meats,
leather. Lists with specifications
will bo furnished upon application to
tho Bttporlntondont. All bids must
bo In by Juno 30, nnd goods de
livered by July 15, 1908. Good3 must
bo In strict uccordanco with flamplo
in original packagos whon possible
All contract supplies will bo paid
for at tho first of tho month follow
ing tho dollvory of tho goods.
N. II. LOONEY,
Est ray Notice.
Notlco Is horoby glvon that I havo
takon up nnd Impounded tho follow
ing described animal, found roaming
nt lnrgo In tho city of Salem:
Two-yoar-old ateor, black, with
Bomo whlto on tho holly, split In tho
right enr, largo horns.
Tho owhor of snld anlmnl can havo
tho Bamo by proving proporty and
paying tho legal chargoa nnd expen
ses of taking up and kocplng, otc,
nnd In dofnult thereof for flvo days I
will procood to soil said anlmnl nt
public auction, ns provided In ordl-
nanco No. 429 of tho aforesaid city.
D. W. GIBSON,
City Marshal, Salem, Orogon, Juno
17, 1908.. C-17-3t
Annual Conference Young Men'N
Qtkn (h)l xTte Kmd f'J Han Mays BougM
Long Beach, Wnah,, Juno 13-29th,
1908. For tho above occasion a
rato of one and one-third fnro on
tho certificate plan Is authorized to
Portland nnd rofaurn from nil polnt3
on S. P. linos In Orogon. Wm. Mc
Murrny, G. P. A., S, P. Co.; John M.
Scott, A. G.'P. A. S. P. Co.- 13-11-15
Northwest Conference Young Wo
men's Christian Association.
Seaside, Oregon June 19thl29th,
1908. For the nbovo occasion a
rato of ono and ono-thlrd faro on
tho cortlficato plan h authorized to
Portland and roturn from all points
on S. P. lines In Oregon. Wm, Mc
Murrny, G. P. A. S. P. Co,; John M.
Scott, A. G. P. A. S. P. Co.
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200 NOIITH LIBKIITY STHEI3T 200. Next door to Klks' Hall.
Tho Woodburn Social Club; prin
cipal office, Woodburn, Orogon; In
corporators, II. L. Mooro, II. D.
Brown, L. II. Shoroy and Francis
Robo City Mining Compnny; prln
clpul olllcc, Portlnnd; cnpltnl stock,
$20,000; Incorporators, W. J. For
restor, E. M. Foudray and M. II.
Viuilt Tor Circuit Court
Tho circuit court Is contomplntlng
tho purchnBo of a ?300 flro-proof
vault for tho uso of tho clerk. Tho
vault will bo G7 Inches high and 30
Inches wide With a depth of 13
' Alter ono has gono through col
logo one's estimate ot much ot hljl.
or education Is llko the boy's nt!
mnto ot his first Jack-knife before
possessing It nnd after.
Bears tbi iEiMiiiini.mi
Grand Opera House
JOHN P. COHDUAY, Skntgn
When you need to tako something
tnko It promptly for the stomach,
but tako something you,know Is re
liablesomething llko Kodol for
DyspopBla nnd Indlgostion. Kodol
la .ilnnonnf in thrn If la rnllnttln nnrt
Is guaranteed to glvo relief. It Is ( I'ljct's TSOc, .13c nnd 23t.
sold bv all druxglsti. ' -
ALL THIS WEEK
In it Reju-rtolro of Good TlV
VOTING CONTEST FOR
60DDE5S OF LIBERTY
All thl3 weok thoro will bo froo
nowupnpor coupons publlshod In this
papsr for nominating n Goddess of
Liberty. Cut thorn out and vote your
cholco until Saturday night. " .
Whon tho nominations aro mado
noxt weok tnoro will bo an olectlon,
at which balloting will tako place at
all tho popularrosorta, at flvo cents
por ballot for a Goddess, and tho J
funds go Into the Fourth ot M
fund', oxcopt $50 that will be pre-
sonted to tho winning candidate, w ;
wards hor trousseau.
Remember, all this week free W
lots In The Capitol Journal, WJ
week until Saturday nigh, J
nt 10 p. m.. tho battle will iW J
elect tho nominee nt fire cents .per
Cutout the coupon and tow w
popular roaonsarouHu -
BALLOT FQR FREE CONTEST FOR
GODDESS OF LIBERTY
In nomination contest for Salem Fourth of July Celeb
Now Is the Time
To can Strawlwrrlcs. Wo line on
hand the llncst canning licales of the
uaon. Order early before they
me nil gone. If you net !' 'a
(Mason or Kconomy), far caps or
rubbers, Wo will be glad to supply
nil your noeds a s: :: !! "
MOIR GROCERY Pg-
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