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MFLr CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALKM. OIIEGON, TUESDAY, SK1TKMI1K11 21), IQOH.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL I. IIOFER, V.H. nrt Prop. WTWKsm YOU'LL FIND OUR BARGAIN TABLES FULL OF mm iiaiia ri "- - - Mt atM mrmmmmm memmm rwniii nw , d Independent Newipapcr Devoted to Atacrlntu I'rinuiple and the I'rogri and ncrolopcmcnt of All Oregon. "' i I'ublUhH Kverjr UVi-nlng Kscept tyiinlay, rfalem, Ore. 'Hists tn iMlnp Cmert for liKntnoli. with Wblcli I lin- a t"iti niletel foroter twenty jk r, and 1 cam nytliatl menr-tn Iiito glfiMi nm niort re llf ttiivn miy niUrr remedy hare ever tried, i null cirmi' y rfJnnmnid ilifiri to my f rltid ai Mlcgkil llioy ar rtprMenKit." , Thftt.OllUrd. Elgin. 111. MMMHHBMMMH I II II I I I I III I I I II f fU HSl'HII'TION KATES. (Itlvnrlnbl); In AdvAuuc.) Daily, by arrtcr, por year !0.U) Per month ...V)c dally, by mull, per year, 4.(0 Per month V Weekly by mull, per year- l.t Six lnomhi .'or I ivesfe Best For SPECIAL VALU 1 TaS? lire uwwis CANDY CATMWmC INSOMNIA 4 ratSBficsSfc. ES IN CLOTHING l ll I jwn-iinnwiii.fi.iiiyniiiiM nmil ,- SPECIAL DKI.IVKItV For convenience of subscribers branch de'lvery offices are eatnhllsh ed at til- following plncee nt 35 cent? per month, $ 1.00 for three menths: Asylum Storo, F. O. Do Voo & Son, Asylum AvenAie Junction. Carllne, Seventeenth Btrect, A. V. Lane, Onrdon Hond Store. Dauo's Storo, Alex. Dauo, SouthCommorctel btreet. Eloctrlo Stoto, C. M. Epploy, EaBt Stato street. Fairgrounds 'Store, Harrison Dee, Fairgrounds Road. ? HowoU'b Cornor, Twolfth and Cross strcots. O. IC. Grocery, A. A. Englobart, Twolfth street. Wheolcr'B Storo, W. D. Wheeler, Highland nvonuo. Vow Park Storo, F. 0, Boworsox, Twelfth and Leslie. Lane Grocery, Seventeenth stret J. L. Mooro & Son, cornor Capitol and Union streets. West Salem Storo, Won Salem. Zlnn'a Confectionery, 478 Stato utrjet. Dr. Stono's, 241 North Commordal Btrcot. Hufftnau'B Storo, North Sixth Btrcot. Gorman Bakery, corner Twolfth and Chomekotn. UNJUST THKATMKNT OF.PUIJLIC MEN. Thoro 1b notoriously a disposition on tho part of somo newBpnporn to treat public mon unfairly. For liiHtanco, n Portlnnd pnpor prints an auonymoiiB criticism of Govornor Cliniiiborlaln, CLAIMING IT WAS WHITEN IJY A MHS. SMITH. Bho charges Hint Governor Chain borlnln at ABtorla wuh Intoxicated, and hnd to bu put on board of his trnln by hU frlendH. HUT WHAT DOES A CHARGE FROM AN ANONYMOUS '.SHE" AMOUNT TO? It might havo been written by th" governor's worBt polltlcnl onomy. Whnt bravery of a newspaper to hldo bohliid n womnn'fl skirts to print an nec.isnllon AGAINST A .MAN IT HAS ALWAYS TRIED TO DOWN POLITICALLY! Thou It followB this up Saturday ' with clippings from other papers that bit nt tho fako letter from Mrs. Smith. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL MAKES NO APOMHJV FOR A I'URLIC OF- I'ICIATj WHO DRINKS TO EXCESS It bollovcs tho governor of a atato owes itto tho dignity of his olllco to uphold tho highest moral standards. Rut when n newspaper brings such n chargo against a man LET IT DO SO AS A MATTER OF PRINCIPLE AND IN DEFENCE OF THE PUR. LIC SERVICE. Let It not slnglo out ouo man It hates nnd keep still about monition) of Kb own pnrty who hnvo boon no torious In this report. Lot it como out Btiuaroiy nnd stato facts ovor Its own authority and not iibo nnonymoiiH lettorB signed by a woman TO ATTACK A PURLIC OF FICIAL IT DON'T LIKE AND CAN NOT CONTROL. Lot It show that the public sorvlco has boon Injurod nnd public duties neglected. If It cannot do thnt it has no caso Against Governor Ghamhorlnln. IT IS A WELL KNOWN FACT THAT THE EDITOR OF THIS SAME PAPER DRINKS WHISKEY. nut that Is no mnttor, What wo are now discussing is tho unjust treutmont of public mon by tin nl Icgod nowspnpor. IlccnuBo a man owns press nnd typo does not rolenso him from tho obligation! of a gentleman. IT GIVES NO RIGHT TO STAR ANOTHER CITIZEN IN THE RACK. Governor Clinmborlaln In n man not without fault. UK HAS ALL HIS LIFE REEN A DRINKING MAN. Rut nearly all tho olllclala In I ho ftnto hoiiHO that wo havo ovor known Jiavo drank more or less. IN OUR TWENTY YEARS LIFE IN OREGON WE HAVE KNOWN M'T FEW TO DRINK IX) EXCESS. In twenty years wo Uavo never peon Govornor Chamborlaln tnko a drink of nny kind of liquor In pub He or prlvnto. Let us bo fair and Just bh now. napr mon AND TELL THE TRUTH AllOVT ALL MEN. Lot us tell nil tljo truth nnd not publish dusky Imliwatlons that load tho public to bqliavo thnt Iho gov ernor of UiIb state is n reeking In ebriate WHEN HE IS A LN WHO SELDOM TAKES A DRINK. Republicans officials havo In times past kept whlskoy in tho stnto house. GOVERNOJt CHAMRERLAIN HAS NEVER DONE THAT. Hut because ho Is in tho wny of a cortaln faction that wants powor hoi' mndo to appear black as pos I blo. If tlwo nro nny or the loaders of tho polltlcnl machine that Is trying lo keep control of Oregon politics for noWlilt Purposes WHO DO NOT DRINK WHISKEY AND AT TIMES (GCT DRUNK WE DO NOT KNOW Til KM. P your idle money is not earning interest you arc losing o profit thnt should be yours. That's the way men with money make more by mak wig k earn interest. Yours wH earn three per cent, payable semi-annually, if deposited with us. SAVINGS PEPARTMCNT CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK LINN ADOPTS LANE COUNTY PLAN Tho question of submitting to tho legal votors of Linn county at the regular Novomber election n orono. pI' ion known n "The Lane Comity Plan" Is revolving enthusiastic nun ort from that section. Tho chool laws requires that a petition signed bv 100 or more of tho lognl voteis nnd 'nxpnyerH of tho county uliall be necessary to place on tho bnllot n' any regular election tho question of o-tiilillBhlng county high schools Petitions nro now bolng circulated throughout Linn county. Should this plan, ns submitted, bo Indorsed by tho majority of voters, ono of the grcnton obstacles to tho high school movement In thnt county will hnvo boon overcome. Tho union high school Inw requires tho mnjorlty votos of nil tho districts boforo tho high school Is started. High schools nro bolng established In Lane coun ty, whoro It was Impossible to main tain thorn boforo. A smnll county tax Is lovlod and each high school Btudont, rognrdless of location, draws his Bharo of tho tax, Tho more high school students tho moro monoy tho d lurid or combination of districts drawn from tho county. Under this law county high schools enn bo ov tabllshcd In ovory group of districts In tho stnto not over 12 miles In ex tout, nnd which hnvo 1G or 20 pupils to outer tho high school. u - WOULD KILL COUGARS TO SAVE THE DEER Thnt thoro will soon bo no dcor to speak of In tho Oregon mountains Is tho belief of Dan Simons, n promi nent Linn county, ploucor, and ono ot tho oldest hunters In tho stnto. Mr. Simons Inya tho rapid passing of tho game animals to tho depredations ot tho cougar and will bo ono of tho foromost In favor of onnctlng a boun ty law on cougar scalps. ThorclB no ono In tho stnto hotter qualltlod than Mr. Simons to spenk on game conditions Mr. Simons, who is 75 years of age, enmo to Oro gon In 1851, and on October 8th of tho same year encamped on tho spot which Is now him homo. Ho Is ono of tho heaviest taxpayers In Linn county and Is willing to bo assosied to provide n bounty fund. Ho thinks thoro should bo n ono-mlll assess ment In his county to cover tho bounty. Ho o tlmatoa that (hero aro ovor COO cougars In tho state. A half I thou an dot theao predatory cats got away with moro deer than all hunt-1 ors in the state, ho says. From hU experience with them ho estimates i thut tho cougar wllyl average one door week for feed. Figuring fur ther, ho shows that In n year tho 500 cougars w'lt kill at leivt 2tJ,00Q deer In n twelve-month. Tho nmouut seems unusually large, but other pio neers hunter back Mr, Simons up In his assertions. Rooming Orvgon Fir. Tho Portland Commercial clul. II ul shed its now building with Ore. goii or Douglas II r, and In addition to this used this same equtsltely grained wood in making somo high class permanent furntUiro for Its main parlor Nino out ot ten vtsl tprq Admire, 4t moro than they do mahogany. During tho visit of Mt. ,.Masnt PMtble. Pn'nt,TntiOftOd.noOol, NfTer Hlcken, ffekm I rUrli 10c COe. Nrr anjtl In hulk. TltM 11 tin tni.it .1 i. i..f iftfv an.mntoed toeutaoryi rtumvy Iii.uk. I Sterling Remedy Co., Chlcaeo or N.Y. Kay ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION I0XE7 E. II. Harrlman he requested thnt samples be rent him for tho con sideration of his architects who are now building his country home, which will probnbly bo tho flno-t rcsldonco In America. Lnst Satur day President B. L. Winchcll, of tho Hock Island system, mndo a visit to tho club and particularly ndmlrcd this rame wood. Ho gavo notice to nn offlclnl of the Harrlman Unci who wns present that If thoy didn't hurry the Rock Island would hnvo tho finest dining enr or sleeper fin ished In tho chief wood of the Pa c'flc northwest of which thoro Is sufficient yot left to turn out more and richer millionaires than has the Iron and Bteel district of which Pitts burg Is tho center, o TEA was a royal indulgence two hundred years ago. Tis yet. Vi'f rm.- .i-tpr jout money If you doo'l ULe ixuih.. . v . o pay luiu ' To Close Out Broken Lines PLAINT Ilnckwnrd, turn backward. O Tlmo, In thy HlehM Gtvo us nn niitobles's day and a nlghc. Olvo u n "yellow" snus hendiinos to Bcnu, A rustielo s -klrt, nnd a hustloloss nan, A li toddy-benr,lo8s, n mlcrobeloss kiss, i A fistic fight fnkolosa, n strnlght rout loss miss, A glu'llr a school-girl, nnd better than that! A summor-clnd collogo man wearing n hat! I know, Father Tlmo, thnt I'm ask ing .too much, Biut turn to n day oro a dinner wn lunch, Swing bnck to nn ngo poroxidelcBS for hair An con ero "rntB" mado tholr rendez vous thoro An old-fashioned breakfast without Shredded Hay, A season whon farmers wont whlno- less n day, A burg movlng-plctiirelosi nh, what a treat! a gumiess-giri inwu, nua a iroieyio3i ; street; i I'm asking too much, but I pray, Dnddy Time, For ilays whon n song hnd both Biib- Btnnco nnd rhyme! Soptombor Bohomlnn Mngaz'no. DECLINE IV NniRER OE STUDENTS FOR MINISTRY A wovlorn minister says, In tho Soptombor American Mngazlne: "Tho startling decline In tho num bor of students for tho ministry Is causing alarm In all branches of tho church. In 58 theological seminaries tho number Is over 700 less than 12 years ago, though tho population has 'ncronsed 8,000.000. In ono lending denomination tho lnm has boon 33 por cont, whllo the mcmborslilp hns Incronsed over 250,000. Historic Andovor seminary, with seven In structors, n library of 50,000 vol "111108 nnd an endowment of $S50, 000, has but 12 students. "Statistics gnthered by II. D. Wll llnm -, of noMon, fhow that of Amorl enn farmers, 00 nor cent como from farmers' fnnilllos; of lawyers, 40; doctors. 30; bankers, -12: ministers, only S per cent. Ministers sons nro turning largely to other callings, and thoy nro probably doing so because of conditions within tho churches." Then tho writer goon on to de scribe somo of these conditions. What he says about the Inadequate sup port which tho church glvos a min ister In particularly Interesting: "After spending ten year-' time nnd enonwb mnuev to have set hlm solf up In business, a minister gets n the average less thnu ftiOO a year. He Is expected to furnish his tnlents at a discount of from 30 to 60 por cent became he Is a minister, nnd pious people generally flgnire re ligion on a charity Instead of n busi ness basis. The Inadequate salaries aro matorlally reduced In the long run, ns short pastorates means time lost, oxpoire of moving, etc. So In many cast's tho church Is starving to death tho goose that lays tho golden ogga." Ats 1AA IMsm'c Qisil-c Reduced VTtl iw !. o wno 20 percent Splendid patterns, but only one or two of a kind. It will pay you to look them over. Sies range from 35 to 48 1 37 Young. Men's Suits SSS- For Age 11 to 19 Over 1 00 Boys' Knee Pant Suits! Reduced from 20 to 25 Per Cent i 8h CM Kt lMe N.vr. A Jndy recently visited a friend m Kcenc, N !!., whose husband was vcryj delicate, and yet she noticed that he could eat all the pie he wanted. She' began to wonder now it was that ha could do it, whgi she had to give up this delicacy because q( disagreeable aCtcr effects. She writes as follows; ' l,I found It wns tiev&uto the ple w?ra mmU with Cottolena; and an I am a Kreat lover of pie, I begmi uslne Cot tolen. aiuV hnvo novr had a bit of larMi m ir houM slneo that time. I Movr iay ly pie. as It do wot give tiart-Wra tn form.rly." ' Cottolt makes crisf, fSaky, Mdi-i CMWK Pr-viM, mii isica gyuu, utu does goodlard Jo4 you harm. Tho LoiJg-Lived IVnr, Tho pear h .really more hardy than tho apple and needb loss cosset ing. Thoro aro trees still standlni; near Monroe, In the stato of M'ehl gan, which wore planted by the French settlers before Penn founded Philadelphia. Pear trees can b kept In good and bearing rendition for three hundred years, and mpes for nt least one hundred and ttftv year. I havo an apple treo one hun dred nnd fifteen years old. and its annual fruitage Is as perfect It was sixty years ago. E. P. Powell In Tho Outing Magazine for Septem ber. Ther? nr a great manv men who bpast that they call a spade, a spad. who pre a Iltt'o s''y on the subject .when H cowes to Uaudllng a spade. No Fake Prices About Our Sales We don't pay foreign sales-managers big commissions to show us how to run our business. Our regular prices are extremely low, because we do a strictly cash business and our expenses are light; but in order to make a clean sweep of all broken lines of clothing we offer the above remarkable values ,M z? . a?- wz&d,- Qx4si usiose 0,&FJd.?s'sied', &rcfe'. j THE NEW DIRECTOR GOWN THIS FALL "Pnrls says: Extreme Dlrecto'ro modes for tho autumn tho shoath skirt Blashed at tho sides, satin knlckorbockorB in plnco of petticoats, tho highest ot high collars and tho sllmost of slim silhouettes," writes Grace Margaret Gould, tho fashion expert In Woman's Home Compnulon for Soptombor. "Now York says; Dlrectolre modes? Yes, but first let us modify them. Tho American woman like to tnko her fashions from France, but always subject to her own Ideas. She wants to ho In style, of course, but sho want a moro to bo herself, This will be specially ovjdent this fall. "Tho Influence of tho Dlrectolre will bo felt In tho llnoj of the new gown and aoparate coats, In neck wear and In lints, but with our bes. dressed womon the conspieious fea tures of the Dlrectolre mode will bo omitted." hnustion of nil grndeb of salmon ox copt ono, which bolng a chonper grado and not so largely In demnnd, was curried over in considerable quantities. I This means that canned snlmon has becomo of primary Importance as A Nurse's. THE IMPORTANCE OF SAUION AS A FOOD During the last few years canned snlmon has been taking Its place very rapidly among the Important food supplies of the world. Tho ex pun Ion ot the markets In the Uni ted States has been truly lemnrk able. Brokers taking the aggregate of the 1906 pack, in comparison with the amount of nlmon remaining ltt first hands before the opening sales on tho 1907 pack found a ready market during the 12 months after Its production. Because of this In creased domestic demnnd, the t9ua illotment of half a million cases to he markets of the United Kingdom 'wis reduced to less than a hundred housand cases leaving the British bbers clamoring for stocks month efore th new pack was available. In nine months' t'me. the consumn Mon of canned salmon In the United States was virtually 3.000.000 cases, or concisely, 2,956.000 case , and three months before the 1907 acr wr-lved. Jobbers were sending In orders for stock which could not be suptilled The clean-up of tho 1907 pack was accomplished with an equal facility, only a few months being necessary to mark the ex- Story If you are a suileror from headache, neuralgia, or pain from any cause you should read tho fol lowing letter from a nurse. "For jomotlme I have felt It my duty to w ii you. I woa hnvlng my doctor twice ery week for head ache. All ha did for niu wna to triva fltnnthlrg to eae the iviln. Some times tho pain was ho severe that I couM not e poult, and members of my fntnlly stood oer me and gave me medicine -ery flttecn m nutca until I was relieved. A sample of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pnln rills fell Into my hands. I read the clr ulnr very carefully, and found my esse described exactly. Tho next time my h d begun to ache I took the Pain Pills according; to di rections and I felt I was getting better, so I ent to the druggist for a box and ton them until I was so much tetter that I was about the houje all the afternoon. I have not hail a doctor for ttmriache nine. hen he mot me smettme after he wanted to know how I was, and I told him what I hnd done, and ha replledi "If you have found anything that wl help you, stick to It;" and so I have. Being a nurse I have recommended them to a grnt many grateful people. One case I will mention. I saw a doo tor jo iq a neighbor every week for months because she had such awful headaches but for a Ion? time I dared not suggest anything to her. One day I met her ard I gve her a half a box ot Anti-Pain I'ttls and efee used them and has had no doctor since. 8h says they are a (Trent bleeeing ts her and said, "why didn't you te me about them Ufore." r could test yew ef many slm'lar cases." ... -. WISS JOSEPHINE BOHN. l?t W, Genesee St. Aubura. T. T. Or. Mllee' Anti-Pain PIHs are seJd by yeur tfrugfllst. who will guarantee tfcat the rsi Pteksae vd biet. If r fall, he wffl're&rn yeur meney. M Mee, 2 sent. Never seM ht bulk. MUM&UdicalCo., Elkkart,Id n fnnil nrnilnrt nml taken Hi lilt with othor universal foods such ij beef, pork, mutton and bread ituS), j I'ackod mndor tno most samiarj w dltlons, containing more nutrmoi' qualities than any other staple iom. nnd bolng sold at a price easily In reach of tho moat slender r law books, It hns gained a world-ww favor that Is well- merlted.-no" ..I-. .i. c... iii. nmd u Pratt, In Tho Outing Magailne w ; Soptember. "Iloritonbui Minstrel JlaldC Tho offering nt the opera Jom. for Wednesday. October M. J" quite n novel one. VThe ,S, Minstrel Maids." as they ar terjw aro by no means a black orginw tlon, but in rea'lty a company co posed of refined, pretty yug, who Individually and ci 'sjv furnish an evening of reai ce ment. There will be ctffb) f0" , tuneful music, gogs. , V illusions guiurc. " ' amint, ganUation they stand preemin HilCKQKT BrlRK Coh R Coughs. (Xds CROUP I WKPf Ctt ""Saw. SORt THROAT T-.lOAT.StV ini --- TT es M a r. Imk