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- 3 DAILY CA rn'ALJOUAL, SAM,. ORBGON, WEDNESDAY. SErTfiMDEIt , 190 THE CAPITAL JOURNAL V). HOFXR, ltd. aad Prop. a Independent Mewtpsper berofed to American Principle and the ProgrtM and Deretopemeut of All Oregon. i iii-" i i . i Fublifrhed Rretr Ktenlng Kxcept Sunday, gatem, Ore. I ' I in II I I I I -I I II ! ! ! SUIIgCIMFTION RATI38. (Inrarlablr In Advance.) Daily, br carrier, per rear .....14.00 Per month -..Wo Datlr, by tnall, per rear.. 4.00 Ter month 35c Weekly, by mall, per yearM.., ....1.00 Six months. We , ' . mSBfejm SPECIAL DELIVERY For convcnlenco of subscribers branch dollvory offices nro establish d at tho following places at 36- conts por month, $1.00 for three menths: Asylum Btoro, P. O. Do Voo & Son, Asylum Avcrouo Junction. Carllno, Sovojnteontu street, A. W. Lane, Garden Road Store. Dauo's Storo, Alex. Dauo, BouthCommorclal street. Electric Btoc,,C, M, Epploy, Kant Otato streot. Fairgrounds Store, Harrison Dee, Fairgrounds Hoad. Howell's CQrnor, Twelfth and Cross streots. 0 K, Grocery, A. A. Englebart, Twelfth street. Whdolor's Storo, W. D. Whcolor, Hlghlnnd avenue Vow Park Storo, F, G, Bowcrsox, Twelfth and Leslie. Lane Grocery, Sovontconth strot J. h. Mooro & Bon, corner Capitol and Union streets West Salem Storo, West Salem, . ' Zlnn's Confccttonory, 478 Btato stroct. Dr. Stone's, 241 North Commercial street. ' Huffman's Stdre, North Sixth streot. Qerman Bakery, corner Twelfth nnd Chomoketn, ILLINOIS ''Tho success of our system of government that roots upon tho care ful observance of tho loglIatloniil division of power botweon tho Btato ,nd tho nation. A number of ex pressions have been coined to de scribe tho relations existing botween the federal govornmont and tho several suhdlvlslons, but no one Iiiib been moro follcitlous In definitions than Jefferson or moro ncournto in drawing lines of domarkatlon. Ho presented tho historic position of tho Democratic party when ho doclnrcd himself In favor of 'tho support of tho tato govornmonts In all their rights, as tho most compotont ad ministration for our domostlo con cerns.' Democratic Stand. "The DeirfocraHc party will resist every attempt to oblltoraio stato line, whether the attempt Is mado through legislation or through Judi cial Interpretation. Amondniont of the organic law by Judicial Interpre tation would bo destructive of login Utlonal governmont: our constitu tion can bo amended by tho pooplo In accordance with tho terms of tho document Itsolf, and no group of men, howovor honorable or high minded, can usurp this power with out violating tho fundamental prin ciples of our govornmont. "It has boon Miggostod that tho right of tho stntos can lapse through non-use, nnd that congrosu Ih JusllfloJ In usurping tho authority or tho stnto If tho stnto falls to mnko prop er UNO of It. "It would not bo uurosmiry to nt tend tho legislative sessions of each of tho 40 states, to roallto that It would bo beyond tho power of any body of men to legislate Intulllgunt ly on tho multltudo of questions that requlro consideration. "Not only would national loca tors lack tho tlmo necosmry for In vestigation, nnd thornfore, lack the Information necossary to a wlso de cision, but tho I nil I fTo rou co of repre sentatives In ono part of tho coun try to lorn to matters In other parts of tho country would Invito tho nbuio of power. "Then, too, the eont of govorn mont would bo so far from tho groat majority of tho voters as to provont that scrutiny of public conduct which Is vintMitlnl to oloan and honost gov ernment. Tho union of tho separate stato under u federal govornmont of- OW ftOH vo hear, "What will IJ ItrtiwH'x family do now that ho' owt of a Job Ami without a dollar ahead?" MORAL Kwti a Mtving account with us ami tn prtmml, Dttpoftita of ow dollar or hov h Yk WMt at any tlmo. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT CAPITAL NATIONAL IANK fors tho only plan that can adapt It solf to Indefinite pxtcnslon. fitato to Control. '.'Thoro Is no twilight zono between tho nation and the stnto In which the exploiting In this can take refuge from both. Thoro Is no noutrnl ground whero, beyond tho Jurisdic tion of either sovereignty, tho plun derers of tho public can find a safe rofugo. As long ns a corporation confines Its activities to tho state In which It wob created, It Is subject to Btato regulation only; but ns soon ns It Invndcs Interstate commerce It bo comes nmonnblo to federal laws ns woll as to tho laws of tho Btato which created It and tho Inws of tho states In which It does btUBlnoM. "How strict can theso Inws bo? Just as strict as mny bo necossary for tho protection of tho public. Our platform outlines tho regulation doomed necessary nnd tho regula tion specifically set forth In order that our opponents may not bo able to sraro tho public by predicting hurtful legislation. Our pint form, unlike tho Republican platform, says what It moans and moans only what It says. "A distinction Is drawn botweon tho railroads and otlior corporations. Tho railroad, being a quasi-public corporation nnd, as such, bolng per mitted to exorclso n part of tho sov ereignty of tho state, Is subject to regulation at the hands of both tho nation nnd tho stnto, hut thin regula tion la Intonded, not to crlpplo the rntlronds but to Increnso their effi ciency. Tho pooplo nt largo are ns much Interested as tho stockholder aro In tho succosflful oporatlon of tho railroads. Their own pecuniary IntoroKtB ns woll as their boiiso of JiiHtlco would restrnlu them from doing niiythlng thnt would Impair tho road or rednco Its efllolonoy. Tho traveling public Is vitally luteroston In tho payment of wages sutllclont to command tho most Intelligent sorv Ico for life, as woll as property, Is In tho hands of thono who opcrati tho trains, guard tho switches and keep tho track In repair. Dlffcrtiiro Itetwecn Corporations. "Tho Democratic party would dls tlngMlsh between thoso railroad own ers, directors nnd mnnngors who. rooognUIng their obligations to the public, earn tholr salaries by con BClentlrnis dovotlon to tho work on trusted to thorn, and thoso unscru pulous "Napoleons of financo" who uso railroads as moro pawns In n groat gambling gnnto without tpgard to tho rights of omployes or to the Intorost of tho patrons. It la In tho Interest of honest railroading and legitimate Investment that tho Dem ocratic party seeks to ascertain the present vnluo of tho railroad propor tion and to prevent for the future the watering of stock and the Issue of fictltouu capitalisatien: and It Is In tho Interest of both tho railroads attd tho public that It seoks only such reductions In transportation rates ns can bo mado without deterioration In tho service and without InjMitlco to legitimate Investments. Tho Demo cratic party Insists that In tho mat tor of regulation of railroads both tho stato governments and the fed eral government uhall set up to, and yet within, their powers; for noth ing else will relievo the confidence and good will that ought to exist between the railroads and the poo led vantage of the public on the one 'hand, while on the other hand they bankrupt competitors, oppress the products of raw "materials and deal arbitrarily with their employes. It endeavors to protect the innocent corporations by visiting punishment upon those corporations which - nre guilty of Infractions 'of the' moral and the statute law. Hntfonn Plain. "Here, too, our platform Is'fno clflc and no ono can tisc Its language to frighten any business man whoso transactions arc fair and whoso in come It hontestly earned. "No one can contrast the plain, straightforward declarations of our platform with tho vague and am biguous utterances of tho Republi can loaders and tho Republican can didate without recognizing that out appeal Is to the Judgment nnd good sense of the voters who desire Justice for thenrolvos and insist upon Jus tice being done by-others. Our pnr ly If entrusted with the powor, wlP remedy the abuses which have grown up under Republican rule, nnd yet remedy tnose nouses with due re gard to leglslatlonal limitations and without Injury to any'' -legitimate business Interest." F. X. MATTHEWS SERIOUSLY ILL r Hughes Weakening. Now York, Sept. 9. According to official 'returns today from tho prl mnry election held hero yostorday, Governor Hughes will not havo tin support of Creator Now York In th Republican convention that Is to nom Inntc stato officers, Herbert ParBons, chnlrmnn of the Republican county central committee today stated that Hughes would havo 73 per cent of tho 187 delegates sent to thu convention from Manhattan and the Bronx. Tho vote shows thnt thoro Is a strong anti-Hughes sentiment In the tenement nnd foreign quarter of New York. Tho King county voto bIiows a total of moro than 2 to 1 against tho govornor. pie. "In dealing with manufacturing and trading corporations tho Domo emtio party declares a distinction between thoso corporation and they coustltuto tho great majority of all tho manufacturing and trading corporations which aro engaged in a legitimate effort to supply what tho cousumer need, and the very few corporations which are seeking y cokIc1 to4 to tike KP18COPALH MEET IN PENDLETON' (Pendleton Trlbuno.) September 30 Is tho dnto set for the first convncatlon of tho Episco pal missionary Jurisdiction of east ern drcgon to bo held In this city. Through a mistake It wan published io open on tho 13th of Septombor. Tho convocation will bo called to gether this year for tho purposo of organization and will be attondod by delegates from both tho Inlty and tho clergy. Evory orgnnlzed parish In tho jurisdiction Is entitled to send thrco delogates and evory mission with 10 communicants Is entitled to ono delegate. So a good attendance Is nntlclpnted for tho flrat convoca tion. In n lottor recelvod yodordny b tho Rov. Charles Qulnney, rector of tho local Episcopal church, from Hlshop Robert Paddock, n number of distinguished speakers nro to bo present, Tho Rov. Dr Novlns, the plonoor minister of his denomination In this woctlon of the country will bo prouent nnd will bo shown tho hlgh oit honors by tho convocation. Dur ing tho meeting tho vonornblo clergy man will ontortaln tho members wltr. romlnlsconces of his llfo work In tin onrly days of tho Oregon country. Othor distinguished guests will be Mlsa Knight of Now York city nnd tho Rov. Mr. Hondorson of Sonttle In addition to theso n number of prominent laymon of the Jurisdiction will bo proscnt. The Rev. Mr. Paddock writes In terms of warmest congratulations to tho Pendleton congregation for the now rectory which will bo nlmosl completed by the time of the con vocation. Ho also nutlolpntos no trouble In finding tho best of enter tainment for all delegates who may attend. Roforrlng to the work of Rov. Mr. Qulnney, tho bishop says: "I wUb, you to write a paper on somo sub ject In which you are Interested. Your splendid Buccess In bringing people to baptism and confirmation leads me to think It would be help ful If, In tho paper you proparo, yon would tell of tho secret of your suc cess." o NEW LINK 11KTWKK.N ,1KKXIX AND PHILIPPINE CoubuI Lester Maynard sends the Information that on May 26th tho steamship Qermanta called at Sanda kan, Ilrltlsh North Borneo, on her first trip of a regular monthly run between Zamboanga and Sandakau. calling at Jolo, Hongao. Sltanki and Oagayau Suu, in the Philippines. The Gernianla was formerly th transport Sacramento, and has re cently been purchased and refitted with new boilers and engines by a company sugsldUcd by the Moro government, bolng guaranteed a gross revenue of S500 peaoa (12750 United States currency) por month la addition to the. monthly run to SaadAkan the Germania, will devote two weeks each month to an Inter UlaRd trip, between various ports of the Moro jprovltu. F. X. Matthleu, the pioneer of Oi egon pioneers, and the only survivor of tho little band of settlers whj met on the banks of the Willamette river over 00 years ago nnd decided that Oregon should be American nni not Ilrltlsh territory, is critically 111 at St. Vincent's hospital In Portlnnd with a malady incident to his ad vanced age. He was tnken to Port land from his home at Duttcvlllc Saturday and suffered a seml-surgl-cal operation from which ho seems very slow to recover, His relatives nre gathering from all parts of th northwest, In view of what may happen. Mr. Matthelu has been In Orogon since 1842, and has witnessed the re markable change thnt have taken place In tho northwest since Ameri cans began coming to tho Wlllnmette valley "across the plains." He Is n nnt've of Quebec, having been born near Montreal, 91 years ago. Hf parents were French. When quite young man ho went to St. Louh, Mo , nt that time n small hnmlct on the banks of the MlBiisslppt river, nn.l the western headquarters of the American Fur company, which dealt with trappers and Indians In the great unknown region which now comprises 1G sovereign stato. I:i 1842 he came west of the Rocky mountains In the Interest of tho fur company, and In the fnll of that year reached tho Willamette valley, whore he ha liver ever since. Prior to the compromise between tho American and British govern ments In 1848, there was consider able conflict of opinion among the early settlers as to whether Oregon should become a portion of tho Uni ted States or revert to what Is now British Columbia. A little band of 102 nssomblcd near Chnmpoog, nnd by n voto decided that tho torrltory of Oregon should revert to tho Stars and Stripes, and not to St. George's cross. F. X. Matthleu was a mom bor of tho party voting to remnln under t,ho American flag, and to his efforts on that momorablo occasion Is largely duo tho fact that thin Is an American state and not a British province A monument, has been erected on tho pot whore tho great question wnB settled and Is the Mecca to which many patriotic Orcgonlnns mnko annual pilgrimage In the sum mer months. Mr. Matthleu has largo land hold ings In Marlon county, nnd hna soven children living of 1G born to him In Orogon. Ho lias hold several offices of trutt In his long rosldonco here, nnd served four years In tho state loglHlaturo from 1874 to 1S78. He hns boon a member of tho Mnionlc order slnco 18GG, when ho Joined the flrnt lodge organized In Orogon tor rltory, nt Orogon City. Ho Is nlso n mombor of tho Elks, having bocomo ono In tho first yonr of tho llfo of that order. Ex. Rheumatism Is one of the constitutional diseases. It manifests Itself In local aches and palns. lnflamcd Joints and stiff muscles, but it cannot be cured by local applications. It requires constitutional treatment, and the best Is a course of the great blood puri fying and tonic medicine Hood's Sarsaparilla which neutralizes tho ncldlty of the blood and builds up the whole system. In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablctsknownasSarsatabs. 100 doses $1. RAILROAD TIME TABLES COIIVALLIS & EASTERN R. R. TIME TABLE. Trains for Corvnllls. Follows commencing January 10, 1008: No 4 Leaves Detroit 1:00 p. m. No. 8 Leaves Albany 7:56 p. m. Arrives at Corvallls 8:35 a. m. No. 10 Leaves Albany 3:55 n rn. Arrives nt Corvallls 4:35 p. m. No. C Leave3 Albany. 7:45 p. m. Arrives nt Corvallls 8:25 p. m. Trains for Albany. No. 5 Leaves Corvallls 0:30 a. m. Arlrvcs at Albany 7:10 a. m. No. 9 Leaveo Corvallls 2:15 p. ra. Arrives at Albany 2:55 p. m. No. 7 Leaves Corvallls. .' 0:00 p. m. Arrives at Albrny 0:40 p. m. No. 11 (Sundny only) Leaves Corvallls 11:15 ?. m. Arlves nt Albany 11:58 a. m. No. 12 (Sundny only) Leaves Albany 12:36 p. m. Arrives at CorvallU J: 18 p. m. Portland, Oregon, Juno 17. Com mencing Juno 22nd nnd until further notlcs, tho following train service will be in effect on tho line of tho C. & E. R.R. between Albnny nnd Yaqulnn, dally except Sunday: Train No. 10 Train No. 2 Mixed PasBongor Leave Albany 7:46 a.m. 12:40 p.m. Arr. Yaqulna 1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. Train No. 15 Train No. 1 Passenger Mixed Lv. Ynqulna 2:15 p.m. 7:00 a.m. Arr. Albany 7:00 p.m. 11:55 a.m. On Sundays tho scrvlco will bo as follews: Lv. Albany 7:35 a. m.; arr. Yaqulna 11:40 a. m.; lv. Yaqulna 0:00 p. m.; arr. Albany 11:30 p. m. For f rthcr Information apply to WM. McMURRAY, C-23-6t Gen. PaBS. Agent Oregon Electric TJmo Table. Tlmo of arrival and depnrturo of cars nt Salem la B follows, Portland and Intermediate peints: Arrlvo Lenvo Local 8:40 a.m. 0:00 n. m. Express 10:50 a. m. 9:05 a. m. Locol 1:25 p. rn, 11:05 n. m. Express 4:20 p.m. Local 5:45 p. m. Express 8:20 p. m. !JEsbias ROYAL RESTAURANT For quick service, gtrictiT i, 1 cooking. E0 tn .; .,CI;H low """WHIJ BEACH LUNCHES our specialty. West .,,. ."-y -ww. uuum ui nnni iahji "v uUIDr A. J. Rader's Camping G Hnrn vsm mill i. septic tanks, tmn.i i.....?0,1.ti lion and furnished tent-T , Nye Creek. A. J. Rader nrnnl. . Nownort. nrpn-nn proPrlet w - e mm i i in in ii n i , O.K. BARBER SHOP A first class up-to-date ihop. 6a J overlook thin nltiM . i. . "3 .,... 1U4 lue oe5tTotu ,uu' o oaruer better rtniej jIU a ruzur ur pair of Blssors thu it. iX. WALiTER, Prop. west bico Front atreet. near U landing. Agency for CorVallU U,j CIGARSld TOBACCOS I havo selected the best dm ui iBurs anu Totacco cM r;r. "::,w""r.. ?wi jwn mm nuui you Wllh ill nfn-ti- , "u "' oukioiuvuuii, Also carry a coa pjuiu mm oi son drinks E. CASS, Prop. Front Streot, opposlto Tin copuon, iNowport. Oregon. i:i5 p. m. 3:28 p. in. 0:00 p. m. Fat )'()inaii'N Troubles. If you try to get the fnt off with the oxorclHo, toll mo, plooso, whore'? ono going to find tho tlmo? I haven't nny fnlth tn It, nnywny us a roducer. It hurts tho fat pcrsou's woakost spot thohoart. As for dieting, that Is out of tho question, altogether Dottor bo fat than havo cancer of tho stomach. Tho oafest and quickest way to ro- duco excess fat Is nlso tho cheapest and onslest. Go to tho druggist and got H ounco Marmola, ounce Fluid Extract Cascara Aromatic and 3 M ounces Syrup Simplex. They cost but n trifle. Then tnko them home, shako them together In a bottlo. and tnko a teaspoonful aftor moals and nt bedtime. If you aro not losing a half to a pound of fat a day Inside of amonth, your caso will be ono In a hundred. Try It makes you feel better all over. o COFFEE Our name on the pack age gives us the credit, and puts on us the money back burden it isn't a burden! . Ytr (WM rctma job? sowf If ro if'i ftk fcUlUBi'i B4ts . pj tin If a homely girl with much mon ey talks to enough men she flnallv comes to believe she Is beautiful. Somo raw material Is much more workable If first roasted and lam basted. The mau who nccaslonally look behind him may be doing so to mea ure his progress, and then again ho may bo looking out tor tho sheriff O -A. !P C apt: X -A- . .mmmimhm Tlmo Card No. an, Southern Pacific Co., Kffectlvo Sunday, May 17, lf)OH. Toward Portland, Passenger. No. 10,-5:13 a. m. Oregon Ex-proB. No. 18 8:40 a. in. Cottngo Grove passenger. No. 12. 2:45 p. m. RoBeburg pm- songor. Toward Portlnnd, Freight. No. 222.-5:0 p. m. Portlnnd fast freight. No. 220. 10:40-11:2S freight. Toward Son Francisco, PuMengor, No. 11.-11:03 a. m. Roselxurg pnssongor. No. 17.-0:45 p. m. Cottngo Grove pnssonger. No. 15.-9:50 p. m. California ox prois. No. 133:31 n. m. San Francis co exprots. Toward Ran Frnnclsco, Freight. No. 221.-2:43 n. m. Portlnnd fast freight. No. 225. 11:2S a. m. way frolght. FURNITURE Newport. Orep-on For Household Furniture of trd Kinu ana ucscription go to H. D. BLAKELY CarpotB, Matting, Stoves and Hirl waro. uon or rent you a camping d housekeeping outfit and bur bid wbod you icavo. rrices biwsji it sonablo. South Front Streot, oulr store otta Kind. When at Newport go to FogartTi Rowln's Livery 8tables for tei t movo your baggage; to give joi best girl n drive: to co to Ottd Rock, Seal RockB or any point ol li torest tn small or largo parties. II and feed and a sauaro detl around; careful drivers who kno tho beach. Give us a trial. TORRID ZONE FUNARCE n. m. .wny O C. T. Co. bteamera Pomona aud Oregon loavo for Portland dally except Sun day at 6 a. m. M. P. BALDWIN, Attest, i K 'rf ONE OR MANY COLORS 9 55 LARGEST FACILITIES H SS IN THE WEST KOH R Q THE PRODUCTION OF H VH HIGH ORAnv Ufnnv SlV l""liWAJmTll Mists HHnfiHB9ffiHBR8sv3H The abovo cut represenu brick lined Torrid Zone Fursaa rUiornnffiA.! ana nmnko and i1 proof. Economical and dnrb!. A. L. FRASER 2CU STATE STREET. Ratlmatna furnlnhfVI OD htll i ' SAMJM" WATER COMPAXV nPPTiTR CIT1 1IAI.I For wnter service apply ' eSd Dills payable monthly InadJl r rSZJ-t. CWCHESTErrSPJJLL! WImI Aak brsoBtfi HKnTSJ sw A !. WnI i" . H I J Ihickokt BARK Cough Rcmtrfi' fCoushs. Celd J CROUP lwTHpMf CW SOW THROAT - THSOATMtUKCJ mum. eertow. m- m. t-T (- ihiiilliwI.RM''",;' uinu M (SMM. -. !?5537nr :$. bWUB.iTnnLPllMia IJjnmn ww -- s.i!f.