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w rr It fr 2 DAILY CAPITAL J0U1WAL, SALEM, OWWOOX, MONDAY, AUGUST 17. 1908 THE CAPITAL JOURNAL f W. IIOFER. Ed. imd Pros. a Independent Kewf)per Devoted to AraerlMU Principle and tho ITegre and DcretopeMetit of Alt Oregon. i ? , ' 1 Pitbllttied Brerf KreHlag Ktctpt Sunday, Solem, Oro. ' i ii SUBSCRIPTION KATMJ. (tnwlablr lu Adrtnco.) 'ftstlr, by carrier, per year l,00 Per month.- ....COo Dsllr, by Mall, per year....... .. 4.00 1'er month Sflc Weekly, by mall, por ytr...... -..1.00 Six month Mo - - - THE HOPEFUL SIDE OF COJLMEItCLVL PWOSPKOTS SMILES- HPECTAL DELIVERY For convonloaco of subscribers branch dollvery offices aro establish ed at the following places at 35 cents por month, $1.00 for three menths: Asylum Store, F. O. Do Voo & Bon, Asylum Avcmio Junction. Carllne, Seventeenth ntrcet, A. W. Lane, Garden Road Store. Daue's Store, Alex. Dauo, BouthComrnerclal street. Electric Store, C. M. Epplcy, East Stato street. Fairgrounds Store, Harrison Dee, Fairgrounds Itoad. . Howell's Corner, Twelfth and Cross strcots. O. K. Orocory, A, A, Englebart, Twelfth street, Whcolor'a Storo, W. D. Whcoler, Highland avenue. Yow Park Store, F. O. Bowcrsox, Twelfth and LobIIo. Lane Grocery, Seventeenth stret J. L. Mooro & Sou, corner Capitol and Union streets. West Balom Store, Wont Balem, Finn's Confectionery. 478 State strnet. Dr. Stone's, 241 North Commercial street. Huffman's Store, North Sixth street. German Dakery, cornor Twelfth and Chomokota. In feomo resnectg the situation In tho irild-summer of 180S 'Is similar Gold Creek mining stock sella to that of 189C. Then, as now, trade well. It Is better property than any was stagnant. Hut the cawrcsiof the thing Lawson ever offered tho pub stagnation aro much lets serious He. now than they wore then. At that THE HUBLNEHH OUTLOOK FOK 11)08. On all sides we sco evidences that tho tldo Iira turned. A steady Im provement from this tlmo onward may bo looked for With confidence. In Now York, Chicago, Pittsburg, St. Louis, Boston nud 'Other Industrial centers mills aro reopening their doors. Tho slocks of goods In the hands of manufacture and whole salers imvo hucn reduepd to low figures, and tho resumption of pur chases, which la under wny In all tho great llnea of trade, Is hoglnulng o send In orders to (ho factorlcn with n little of their old-limp vol ume Within tho post threo weeks tho output of tho mills of tho United 81ates Steel Coriwratlon hns been In creased ton per cent over the aver ago of recent months. Tho promlso Is that by tho beginning of Novem ber that largest of tho world's stool inrorns will bo running Its works to their fullest cnimclty. Tho inde pendent stool mills, Which furnish almost half of tho country's product, aro also responding to the upward turn In trade. This Improvement Is registering Itself In tho reduction of tho ntim)iOr of idle locomotives mid cars. Whuu tho number was nt its highest, In tho closing days of April, -tia.000 cars voro sidetracked throughout the United States for lark of work In the closing days of July tin num ber had dropped below tho 800,000 lino. Tho heavy crops, which lu n few weeks will begin to movo to tho markets, aro likely tn send tho tin in bor of Idle ears down to very small figures before November. if tho election turns nut to bo whnt a large majority of tho business men or tho country want It to be, and what thov expect It to ho, every loeomotlvo ami car In tho United Status will prob ably bo actively at work by January first. As tho country had a right to ex pect, tho reversal by tho must prevent prosecution from de generating Into anything which mny look llko persecution. Jnmcs W. Van Cleavo, president National As sociation of Manufacturers, In American Industries for August. The LnzlcHt Man In the World, would not bo contented to bo kept In tho Iioiibo nnd doing nothing by rhoumntlsm. Neither nre you, who nro always busy and nctlvo. Then don't neglect tho first twlngo of an acho or pain that you might think Is JiiBt a "crick." Hub well with Ilallard's 8now Liniment and no mnttor whnt tho trouble Is, It will llsappoar at onco. Sold by all dealers, PROMINENT AUTHORITY IN DOMESTIC SCIENCE Slates Clroult Court of Appeals of tho decision of thw Dlstrlot Court ngaliiHtr tho Standard Oil company which Involved the $ai.000.000 line, has bud a bracing effect on general trade. Tho otuo gum back to the lower court for n now trial. In whloh hysteria will probably liuvo a smaller Oregon Agricultural Collego, Cor vallls, Aug. 17.MIM Jullot Greer, dona of tho school of domestic set- onco nud art, Oregon Agricultural collego, hns arrived from tho east and Is already ongnged In prelim inaries Incident to housing her de partment on tho second floor of tho Bclonco hnll, now In tho course of construction. MIsh areor cornea to tho collego with n record of unsur passed successes In tho east. 8ho received her preparatory .training In Chicago, graduated from Vnsmr col lego, was a teachor In grade and pre paratory school, thon a studont lu tho University of Chicago nnd Col umbia university, New York city, mid comes direct from tho domestic science department of I'rntt Insti tute, New York, where for ton years she has been Instructor. Whllo In tho east Inst winter, President Kerr uud Regent Aokormim focured .Miss Greer only after offering Induce month Pratt Institute could not reach and thoy feel thnt thoy landed ono of tho foremost domostlo science ox ports In tho country. Tho now dean's ability ns an axooutlvo seems osppolnlly marked, yet she has n vury pleasing porfouallty. This lattor foot wll (stand Miss Greor In uooil United fnnt will at nnd Miss Greor In good coeds Mlsa Margaret Snell, a woman whtiio lovable qualities ondourod her guxitly tothe student body. Tho dnuiiMlr seloaeo and arts dt partmout at O. A. C. this year will bo transferred from Waldo hall t mart) spacious and far hotter equippeti quarters In Science hall tlmo tho country had not recovered from tho effects of tho pasScidf 1893,; and that convulsion waa far more widespread nnd disastrous than was tho setback of 1907. In 7B0G, ns in 1008, politics was a disturbing cle ment in itho situation. As till of tH remember, tho disturbance came from tho same candldnto Who causes It this year. Tho candidate, howev er, was far moro formlfldUle then than ho seems to bo today. Tho cause for the alarm at that tlmo was real, and Imminent, nnd tho busi ness torpor registered the a'larm. There aro threo favoraWo factors at prcsont crops, money and poli tics. Tho general aggregate of tho crops promises to 'bo greater than ever bofore. Money Is plentiful and low. The result of tho elections In 180G nnd 1900 stands an excellent Chance to be repeated In 11)08. Whllo tho, country's population has Increased 24 per cent alneo 1890, the corn yield this yoar promises to be 25 per cent grentcr than It was then, tho wheat crop Is 40 per cent lnrgor than It was In that year, and tho cotton output Is 80 per cent greater than It was then, while tho aggregate value of all tho farm pro ducts In 1908, nccordlng to the fore cast made by tho sccrctury of agri culture, will bo $8,000,000,001'. which Is 100 por cent more than that OI IblMi. In tho same 12 years In which the country's Inhabitants Increased 2 1 por cent Its circulation hns grown 100 per cent. Tho banks of New York, Chlcngo, St. Louis and the rcit of tho money centers seldom hold more cash than they do now. In tho fiscal year which ended with Juno 30, 1908, our salon of merchandise to tho outsldo world ex ceeded our purchases to tho extent of ..000,000,000. It Is a fact of profound significance, too, that much of this Incrcnso In exports was lu manufactured articles. This great trado bnlance, tho lnrgest which has over been accumulated In. our favor In a slnglo year, Iwib equipped us with a fund In Europe's financial centers which wo can draw on nt any moment vhen wo need Wio money. For tho time bolng wo have moro cash than wo can put to profitable use, and nro lending It o any country which pnys tho prlco. This Is the explanation of somo of tho recent gold outgo. Jnnies W. Van Cleave, president National Afuoclntlon of manufacturers,' In American Indus tries for August, o By all means make several dips In the grade of tho Oregon Elcctrjc n at Hleh and Ferry to save somo rich property owner making n fow hundred yards fill; and for all tlmo have an unsightly street. Mr. C. A. Battey has given up In de3palr trying to get the Weekly Capital Journal through tlio Salem postofllce. He has tried lor about a year In various ways, but "has failed. Either some ono else gets Tils paper, or some one falls ot give 1t to him, or else the clerks cannot And It, or olso they mislay It, or else the post master reads It, and Battey has to go without. Now why any flrst-clajs postmaster should want to read i second-clnss weekly Is a mystery. We do not say ho docs It, but somebody has been getting Bntty's paper and; ho Is tired out calling for It and wll1 hereafter get It at Tho Capital Journal poatofTlco. Tho Journal hntcs to go Into tho postofllce busi ness, but Is thinking scrlonsly of establishing a self-delivery system of an open postofllce where peoplo can get tholr papers without waiting for somo one to find It for them. Nearly 200 persons get their pnpers in thnt way now nt The Journal offlco, nnd about GOO get them that way ui about ten stores. In the city nnd sub urbs, nnd nfter awhllo tho pcopla will' learn how to get along without Uncle Sam If thoy havo to. Tho Sa lem postofllco Is ono of the moat ac commodating and best managed or flees In tho stato, but wo feel sorry for our friend Bntty, nnd for nny subscriber who wnnts n pnper and cannot get It. Feed ffliir Nerves Upon rich, 'pure, noutiswng oioou oy taking' Hood's Barwtparllla, and yotx will bo Ireo 'from 'those shells of de spair, thoso slcopless mights and nnxious days, those gloomy, dcathtlko feelings, thoso sudden -starts at moro mothlngs, thoso dyspeptic symptoms and Minding headaches. Hood's Baraaparllla has dono this for many others - It will euro you. Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known asSaraatabs. 100 doses $1. mmmm ' SUMMER RESORT tmmmmmmmm "" . "", fj ir ROYAL RESTAURANT for quick service, grict,;1 i.uB, BO io tfceidilnu.n low TlTi.ArrtT Yrr.... ""Auura f our specialty. West . Front St., on0 and n ! block Bouth 0f boatlMjy orif THE REST ROAST TTIE FAMILY EVER HAD Can bo obtnlncd from our prlmo tender and Juicy beef, mutton or pork. All our meats nre selected from' the choicest, and prepared for the table to suit the demands of tho fastidious. Our prices arc lower for quality than you enn find at nny plnco In Salem. E. C. CROSS, Phono 2D1. 370 State St. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. A. J. fader's Camping Gro , juu wm una zoaA ., u.,i.wv, uuno, KUU IflMMrtn. ,. tlon and furnished tents to rti iu vtuuk. A. j. itader. nrnn.u inn w i'" Newport, Oregon wmwmmmmamanm 0 K, BARBER SHOP A first class up-tc-dato shon n. overlook this place for thebea moro is no barber betio,. .tl ... " 'i-i wua a razor or pair of sbNt, . XV. WALTER, Pwp. wesi siuo irront street, w iauuuiB. Agoiicy ior uorraillj I ury. Granulated Sore Eye Cured. "For 20 yoars I surforod from a bad coeo of granulated sore oyos," says Martin Boyd of Honrlettn, Ky. "In Fobrunry, 1003, a gentlomnn nskod mo to try Chamborlalu's Snlvo. I bourht ono box ind used about two-thirds of it and my oyos hnvo not glvon me nny trouble since." Thli salvo Is for solo by Dr. Stone's drug store. part than It had in tho suit whloh !lw tho ntlrtt second lloor. 71x130 has Just boon at uriilo. TU coun- ftt will bit iinnr Uy tklt dttMirtmant try want to a tho luw nforel Tlw huiajiiKi8 vary nearly riutoUml mmliist nil sort of offtHtUm. high J at this tlmo and will U rtdy for and low, hut w immsi itrolMt th.jwcMpHey at th opoHlng of school oMirta from rii- uiiutwrHiir of 8jtmlr S. surrondor to dtHfliolc cUmor. Y , THE WAY TO WEALTH la nt plain tt town. Honjainln serlbea It thus: the way down Franklin d Missoriu uoitTUM'irritisTS COM IXO TO KAMIM "BE HONEST" "WORK HARD" "SAVE SOME" We would llko to httJp you save through a Havings bank nooouHt Deposits of ono dollar or moro draw 3 pur cont Intwest. SAVING DEPARTMENT CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK Tk treldut of thy Mhwinri ,tttl boanl f hortloHlturo. Mr. W. i . Stark, lu company with Mr. Jas. M. Initio, odltor of tho Woatorn Frtiltarowor. St, Jtwonh. Mo., will visit this olty about Tuesday. August Both aro prominent lu tho hot lloultwrnl Hold and aro making n six wooks" nip through th orohunl ro rIohs of Colorado. Idaho. Utah. Montana. Oregon and Washington to ;iuly tho methods of woslorn fruit gmwnr and to liuoomo buttor i qMBlntd with thorn. Thow prominout mou will nn. jdoubtedly bo glvon a eorlla gtvirt- h8 by our fruit growers and of ilelsls Intorvstevl m thnt Industry. What U Rom roP lMdlKrtlH? iri v "obluion of Drumquln, On- wS.h bMB troub,lvi tor years with Indlcostlcn. 1.11,1 ......T-j. Oli ...l . k , . I vwniiuiVUUB nv.1 . r,B,B s'sh and uiJU as "ih0 host millAl over ustnl." if trouble wh i.,,ti.. J Shormnn will bo notilliHl of h's nomination tomorrow. o l'w Sore 1'tvt, "I havo found Bucklon's Arnlon Snlvo to bo tho propor thing to uso tor sore iei, ns won as for huallm? Iiiirns, soroa. cuts, nnd nil manner or nurasions," wrltou Mr. W. Stono, of Hast Poland. Malnt. It U the propor thing, too. for pllss. Try It I Sold under guarantee at J. C. Perry's drug storo. 26q, Two Jaiwuoso poaching vgulf. with a total orw of 59, wr cap tured by tli4 cutter Utr wblld utnr St. John's lalNiuls taking sU. o i DNagnmlilo nt Rome. Lots of men and women who are ngrewable with others, gt "cranky" nt home, lu not disposition. Its the llvor If you find In yourielf that you fl aross around the house, lit tle tUlsge worry you. Just buy a bot tle of Ballard's Heroine nnd1 put your llvor In shape. Yow and everybody around you will foel bettor for It. Price 10 oHts pr bottle. Sold by all dealers. Tho campaign In Oregon Is a ro markablo one. Thoro Is no Interest on either side. Tho press of tho Btato, asldo from one or two purely hide-bound pnrty organs thnt would support a dead woodchuck If on tho ticket, Is sllont. Tho silence thnt precedes a storm Is brooding In tho nlr. Tho fnctlon thnt wants to rule or ruin tho Republican pnrty and thnt started In early to drive all tho Statement No. 1 Republicans out of tho pnrty, Is In the snddlo nnd determined to monopolize Tnft. Yet they havo neither the hrnlns to win the peoplo nor tho confidence of i largo pnrt of tho pnrty. Beyond a few conciliatory words from Nn tlonul Committeeman 'Williams, tho Dallas bunker, there hn been no ef fort what ever to organize or unlto the olonionls that constitute tho Re publican party. Wllllnms himself enn do vory llttlo. Tho stato and nnt'onnl pntronngc Is usod to re ward tho fow loaders who violently opposo tho direct prlmnry and elec tion of senators by the direct voto of the people. This Is dono to over throw tho laws onnctod by tho poo ple, nnd puts tho pnrty on tho dofon slvo and out of hnrmony with tho niaasos of tho people. Thoo pol icies nro Inbolled true Republican ism. Thnt program Is willing tho stnte onn go Democratic so long as It can dlctato a fow federal appoint ments thnt go to men who In most oa 'os discredit tho pnrty nnd tho state heforo they get through a term. The mnohlno Is brainless nnd charnotorloss. White House Restaurant For a Regular 25c Dinner at 20c They can't bo bent McGilchrist & Son Proprietors. CIGARS and TOBACCOS I havo solected thobenbn ui uifium auu looaccocoisa i w"ii me irauc. CanKj juu wiiu want you wlia ( BauBiacuon. aieo carry i iiium iino oi son drinks. E. CASS, Prop. Front Street, opposite Till copuon, Newport, Orexoj. MEALS 15c Cnll and try them. Menls lCc. Board por week $2.75, al:o fur nished rooms very rcnsonablo. AT THE Salem Restaurant fl!lt frUTIITi C'Piii.ii.m ...... vv.w. .11111,1,1, I . : I 'HlllllllllllllllHIIIIII i; HOTEL OREGON i Corner Seientli ami Stiu-k St. Portland's New and Modern :: Hold. Rates $1 per day and .. up. turopean plan. rrccDua. :: : : WRIGIIT-DIGKINSON HOTEL CO. : : Proprietors 11 ! I I I I M K-W-H--H-4..; 4-i"r-ir i i itv-r-l-tTTTTi t FURNITURE Newport. Orcgoii For Household Furniture of m j Kina and description go to I H. D. BLAKELY, Carpets, Matting, Stoves an! i waro. Sell or rent you a canm nousoKeeping oiuiu nnd to; k when you leave. Prices tlwijir sonablo. South Front Street, only store cti .kind. When at Newport go to Foiu Rowln's Livery Stables for tfiwl movo your baggage; to pr i best girl a drive: to to to I Rock, Seal Rocks or any point c!l tercst in small or large partki a and feed and n siluare deilt around; careful drivers bo tho beach. Qlvo us a trial. TORRID ZONI FUNARCE I! The Leonard j! First class rooming and board ing house. A. Clark, proprie tor. Phone 971. 254 Front St, Salem, Or. t- M-VA4-H lllllll MM-4-f--t.4. ?! Graber Bros. I i lixilolve mines aro being rushed to tho Philippine to bo Installed for tho protection ot tho harbors. Slw I.lkea Good Thing. ., M. ynn. K. Smith, of Wt Franklin. Maine, says: "l llko good thlugs and have adoptqd Dr. King's Now Mfo Bills us our family laxa tive medlolne, becauso they aro good and do their work without making a russ about It." These painless purl tiers sold at J. O. Perry's drug Uore. 25c. Tho railroads must assUt in th Liver unloading and loading of freight Ine -I from cars according to the decision I of tho Interstate commerce commis sion. ISli r 'wHoa Uo them k..,i.i V wnam to provot ."ieflc,'A' 7h.y r to take w-VtoSu T,r: r'cf' .' .Vltf, Little Early RUers. safe. idrug stow. " Blu""" fiJvf'T'1' urf "" lver pills. Sold by all druggists. BOOSTING (Contlntiod from Page 1.) full... r...... .. t . the cimmorelal clubs of those rltlee t i ptt-m-i-m-m- ure io sweii me delegatloH to the next town, and help get h Urge attendance at tho ManhfleW dtv uiunvhi congrofts as possible. Qood ' Roads Commissioner Scott of this $ city will make a prellatlnary cam- palgn for tho groator movomont that Is to sweep ovor the whole state.1!! State Knglnsor Lowls will present':; the main features of tho now Ore-!' gon Water Code. Free Locks ami Canal. Hon. B. F. Jonos of Independent ' will boost for tho free looks and ca- j nal at Oregon City. Other sponkors : '. .M "-CS Tho nbovo cut repress" brick lined Torr'd Zone H-1 ftntnrnntnnri rnB RP'OkO " proof. Economical and ds" A. L, FRASI i 2BH STATE 8TBH1' r.iim.tn. t,nlantA ns " u-vill nin .,,....-'. Will give prompt attention to all orders, guarantee our work tn nlva i.n.f..,i.' . wni ii - . ..... ' : . ' " "iaonuu ana .... ...... ., uiv u,.u river, ana At-i to be up to the sanitary staud "' " v.iun,ru win snow,-- aru the groat value of havlntr n .iB.Bon ' ' harbor at Coos Bay, ami Its Imperial!:; WE W,U' HE 1M2.SE1I anw io tne Willamette valley. The ball Is to bo startod rolling for breaking up the great land holdings that are such a serious obstacle io the development of Oregon, and Railroad Commlss'oner Oswald West hts tsome faoU of Intereit on that subject. The party leave on the ! o'clock trala Wednesday and ox pect to be gone a week or ten days, reaching Coos Bay at midnight Sal urday night after an lS-hour ride from Roaeburg. PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING i i rl TO GIVE ESTIMATES OX CO XT It ACTS Call at our shop on Llbertv .. street, back of Barr's Jewelry T C,,,- t-.i .. . T w,, i-uunu oao. '"iiiiHiiiiiiiniiiii Phonn 4 4 Main Hi $ CW.YANNKE, Proprietor ot THE FASHION Sl Cabs aDd Llvory, all Rli Rubber Th O. P. MASOX BOX CO. 247 Miller St, South Salem. Kiaau- and fruit dryer accessories Pkoae 308. fi BfIRK HCougli Re K Coushs. C E crou, Bsorcth1 in ct 'late B;s k Vi, it U Pttpi. tcrk. tiiS W.I TV- v , , w jl(Mi ,fcHfeW V - ... . t - iiMy-nf A,',., .