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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNA , BAJLFU OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 100D.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL E. H0F3K, Editor aad Proprietor Independent toowspapef Dovotod to American rrtnclplc and the ProOTCM find Dorolopement of All Oregon. rubllibod Every Evening Except Sunday, Calem, Ore. SUBSCRIPTION IIATK8. (Invariably Iti Advance) Dally, by carrier, per year W.00 Per month M..6O0 Dolly, by mall, per year. 4.00 I'er month 85o Woekly, by mall, por year. ......... 1.00 Six months Wo s"1X2ZSVU47 THE FIGHT ON ELECTION OF U. S. SENATORS. Giving the Oregonlan credit for sincerity in demanding the assembly or convention system of making nominations, what does the whole contention arise out of? If the last legislature had broken its pledges and elected a corporataion attorney to the United States senate instead of the people's choice would it kick? Nol The legislature nominated by the direct primary would have been perfect, and all its work satisfactory, and the primary law would be a heaven-sent institution. But the members of the legislature kept their pledges to allow the people to name the senator, and hence the direct primary law is vicious and to be overthrown. The Oregonlan would even have consented to the elec tion of Cake for United States senator who found the direct primary law good enough to be nominated under but as nom inee disappointed the people by not standing squarely for the principle of direct election. The fight Is not on the primary law but a fight to return to the old way of purchasing sonatorshlps with the money of corporations that are unmercifully bled and unscrupu lously mulcted by bosses and advertising newspapers. The corrupt practices act will force men to go before the people on tnelr merits, without the push of the machine or the sack of the corporation or its Wall street backers. In twenty-three states tho people have gone on record In favor of direct election of senators, and many states have enacted direct primary laws, and now Oregon shall lead back into the realm of political corruption. Are tho people of Oregon showing any signs of weaken ing on tho principle that senators shall bo choson by the di rect voico of tho people? The Stato Grange through Its officers has sounded the note of warning that thero must bo no retreat on three things, the initiative and referendum, tho direct primary, and direct oloctlon of senators. These throe and they aro inextricably bound together the peoplo of Oregon must stand for regardless of party, unless thoy would surrendor to tho bosses and the machine ovory vostige of power. STAND FOR EFFECTIVE MOTORCAR REGULATION. Tho peoplo of Salem should stand for rigid and effective regulation of motorcars In this city. Our long stretches of level streets, many of thorn boau tlfully pavod, are too inviting to resist temptation to scorch. Not only drivers of autos In this city should be protected but citizons dosorvo .protection against careless outside drivors, Hero aro a fow points that should bo embodiod in a pro tective ordlnancoi Tho spood limit should bo uniform in all other parts of tho city and lower in the congested business district. Ownors and drivors should bo liconsed and mado jointly liable for damages when violating tho ordinance. Thoro must bo some way of practically proving violation of tho ordlnanco as by the street car speed test, or some better way. Thoro should bo an alarm givon at street crossings, as they are practically the peoplo's crosswalks. , Rondllghts should be required to be lighted at certain hours, and maintained at night. These regulations are not too stringent for the protection of careful drivers and owners. Roadors of this paper should study the ordinances pub lished In this pnpor Tuosdny and havo something to sny to their aldormen and help pass a ronlly protoctiva ordinaries before accidents happen, o NEW TIMBER WANTED ON THE STATE FAIR BOARD. No citizen is so Important and efficient that he should be made to bear a double burden of public service, Take a representative business man fresh from the people, governor! a man who would be willing .to shake up condi tions once in a while and do something besides draw his sal ary and swell up over the honor conferred. The state fair board, like other political organisms, must grow and slough off the dead timber it accumulates. STRANGE CASE OF TELEPATHY Mrs. Kimmers of San Francisco Dreams Her Brother Is Killed Night Death Occurred. The Eugcno Register has tho fol lowing romnrkablo Btery: "Tho body of Charles Jessie, who was instantly killed fit tho Pnyo brick ynrd west of town Inst Thursdny by tho caving In of a bank of clay, lies at Gordon's undertaking rooms nnd his comrade, Kir. McAuloy, has bcon telegraphing a brother at Rosoville, Cal., of tho nccldent nnd wanting to know what to do with tho remninB. Tho tologranio woro roportod unde livered, as tho brother Is a traveling man nnd was off In Now Mexico. "Sunday evening Chlof of Police Farrlngton received n letter from Mrs. I. Klinmors of npartmont 1, 1050 Stanyan street, San Francisco, saying hor brothor Charles Jessie had left for Eugcnu oomo tlnio before and on Friday night sho hud had a droam that ho had been budly hurt. Tho dream made such a vivid im pression on hor mind that sho wrote tho lottor to tho chief, particularly describing tho young man, whom sho says was 'bIx feet tall with fair com plexion; red checks, bluo oyes nnd curly hair, and a flno looking boy.' nnd putting 11 special dolivery stamp on tho outaldo nnd enclosing a two cent Btnmp for n reply, nnd especially asking tno chloi to look tho young man up nnd lot hor know of his whereabouts. Tho description tallied exactly with that of the young man who was killed, and as sho had no moans of knowing about tho accident her dream Ih romnrkablo. It Is nn- ! other ovtdonco that will go far to provq, thoro Is somothlng in tolopathy. "Undortnker Gordon nt onco wired her tho nows of hor brother's torrlblo nccldnnt nnd in n short tlmo rocolvcd u roply nuking him to hold tho body until tho brothor, who was off on tno road, could bo reached by wlro, which ho Is doing." lo SKULL FRACTURED I IN A STREET FIGHT i f Willed l're I.riueil Wire.) I Portland, Or., Sopt. 9. "I hated to J hit him, but I couldn't stand by nnd . see nny man hit a woman." I II. Strange, n local contractor, is j quoted todny as having given the foregoing reason for striking ana probably fatally Injuring J, B. Davis, who Is nt St. Vincent's hospital, suf fering from a fractured skull. According to Strange, and his story is supported by. Mrs. Nina Ol son, tho woman Davis is allegod to havo stnuck, Davis bocamo angry bo cause Mrs. Olson refused to let her children go down town with him. Davis Is said to havo become so en raged that ho struck Mrs. Olson, and Strange said ho interfered to protect tho woman. According to his story, ho struck Davis, knocking him down. Davis' head hit tho pavomont and caused a frncturo of tho skull. Ills condition is serious. THINK IT MAY BE JOKE BUT NOT UP ON JOKES London, Sept, 9. English news papers today nro inclined to bollov they detect a supposed American practical Joko in tho fact that Dr. Cook has two Eskimos as witnesses of his success in reaching tho north polo. Tho dallies nr not certain that a Joko Is Intended, but several hint rnthor broadly that possibly Cook In tended to bo humorouB when he called upon tho Arctic dwellers as his witnesses. Tho Dally Nows points out tho un reliability of Eskimo testimony, de claring that tho littlo brown man of tho north will sny anything calculat ed to plcnso their quostlonor. Other pnpors comment In the same voln, but nro not certain whether n Joko is Intondod. PULLMAN SERVICE TO PANAMA A National Bank Government Supervision Means Much Year by year tho government's supervision of National Danks Is becoming more rigid, and tho qualification of tho oxamlnor lo reaching a higher efficiency. Tho Comptroller of Curroncy, Mr. Murray, is knocking at tho door of Congress and asking still greater powors in tho administra tion of his trust. Ho is determined to safeguard tho people's money deposited in National Banks. Tho word NATIONAL shall bo nnd is 11 synonym of safety. Many banks nro saved ovory year by tho timoly warning and halt called In mismanagement by tho National Bank Examiner. Having fully decided on a National Bank as your depository, solcct tho ono that offers amplo facilities and good servlco. You nro respectfully invited to call and oeo us. UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANlt SALEM, OREGON. TOO MUCH WATER whoro you don't want It is worso than none nt all. If your wator pipes burst or got out of order send for us nt onco. Wo hnBton to your homo nnd do tho necessary nlumblnc In tho shortest possiblo tlmo. Fix it so thoro will bo no repetition of tho trouble. too. GRABER BROS. Ill S. Liberty St. Salem u-af WW PVB It J. NEWPORT , FIRMS Below aro published tho ndvortlcoments ol mo loading business houses, hotols, camp grounds, ic , kI J.v-t-n A ilanco through them will bo n groat holp to ono In ng their summor vacation. For many years tho state fair board has been practically under a progressive management, There is a vacanoy on the board and tho governor should glvo the pooplo a progressive man fresh from the body of the peoplo. It is proposed to put on In this vaaency ono of tho present stato offlco holders who has been on the payrolls for many years, That would bo in violation of nil good political othics and besides there are serious objections to the man proposed. He Is the present state food and dairy commissioner and is under fire in the administration of his own office, It is manifestly Improper to tako a man already In one branch of tho public servlco and hitch tiim up with another. iiiiimininii H-m ih rEPOSIT Your Savings i With Us- 4 They will corn interest i and be available when wanted Savings Department f Capital National Bank I iiiiiniiiiiiinniiiiiiii RAILROADS BEGIN A SPEED CONTEST Chicago. Sept. 9. Announcement U mndo today that tho time of St. Paul railway trains botween Omaha nnd Chicago will bo reduced 13 hours, beginning next Sunday. The nnnouueomont 1 mado by tho Chica go & Northwestern that tho Colorado special will make tho run between Chicago and Denver In 26 H hours, which is an hour and a half leu than Its present time for tho trip. SAVED FROM AN Washington, Sopt 9. Consul Gen eral Shnnkllu of Mexico has roported to tho stnto department that a cor poration of that city proposed to in augurate n through Pullman car sorvlco from Panama to Seattle. Tho sorvlco will bo oporated ovor tho Southern Pacific railway system, which Is now bolng pushed on tho aundalajnrn. This road has nlso se cured n concession for n lino from Acapulco to Sal 1 1111 Cruz, the Pacific terminal of tho Tehunutopoc railway. Shanklln states that the Informa tion comos through an official nnnouueomont. .?. T. PORTER aeia O. II. PREW1TT GOOD THINGS TO EAT The Palace Market and Grocery f Porter's Block NEWPORT, OREGON FREE DELIVERY AT ALL HOURS mf f iinf if iifiiiii wt f f a-ffl t flfIHMCf f ! 9 fThe Grand! FURNISHED!! 5 ROOMS::::: One block north from boat landing Large kltcben In connection for the T uie of the gucita TERMS REASONAUIiE. Mrs. A. D. Siiollenburg I Newport, Oregon fffifiiiiianH AWN " 79 09 jWBBBW By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Louisville. Ky. "I.ydla E. rink ham's Vegetable Compound has cer. sss iftiniy uono me a F9 worm of good and Vf 1 cannot uralso it enough. I suffered from irregularities, diztiuess, nervous, ness, nnd a severe feuinlo trouble. LydluE.rinklmm'a Vegetable Com. pound has restored me to perfect health nnu kept me from the operating table. 1 will nuver bo without this medicine In tho house." Mrs. Sam'ju Lke. 3523 Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. Another Operation Avoided. Adrian, Ga. "I suffered untold misery from female troubles, and my doctor said an operation was my only chance, and I dreaded it almost as much ns death. Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound completely cured me without nu operation. Lena V. Henhy, R. P IV 3. Thirty years of uniurnlleled suc cess confirms tho power of LytUa K. Pinkham's Vegetaulo Couv.Kim.d to cure femalo diseases. The great vol. umo of unsolicited testimony constant ly pouring in proves conclusively that Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com. pound is a remarkable remedy fur thoso distressing femlnlno ills from which to many women suffer. A Sprained Ankle. As usually troatod a sprained anklo will dlsablo tho Injured person for a month or more, but by applying Chamberlain's Liniment nnd observ ing tho directions with each bottlo faithfully, n euro may, in most casos, bo offocted In loss thnn ono week's tlmo. This llnlmont Is n most re niarknblo preparation; try It for n sprain or a bruise, or whon laid up with chronic or muscular rheumatism nnd you nro certain to bo delighted with tho prompt rollof which It nf-1 ; rorus. For salo by oil good drug 818(8. o She I heard you singing till morning. U&- Oh. I lng a little to ,, Tho most boautlful placo at t. Ill l...r. Ol.t ,t.. I..l Mn.,i . anon -Kansas Cltv Journal. !! Me Binch' NeWp0rt' 0reSn- ? J Private rooms and board gltl!ll!l8Ilt. If ffllf llllltl 1 "Takitezy" p 8 !! . .... ?;; SOUR STOMACH !! "I uted Cascarett and feci like a new man. I have been a iufTercr from dys pepsis and sour stomach for the last two years, I have been talc I tie medicine and other drugs, but could find no relief only for a short time. I will recommend Cascarett to my friends as the only thing for indigestion and soar stomach and to Veep tlie bowels in good condition. They are very nice to cat." Harry Stuckley, Mauch Chunk, Fa. rieaiant. HaHUbU, Potent. TaitoOood, Do Good. Ncvar Slckf n. Weaken or Grip. 10c. lie. SOc Nevr t oU la bulk. The n ntaotabltt lUmpodCCC Guaranteed to cut or roar tnooar back. tat II Mrs. W. M. Berry I BAYVIEW I Rooming House I Ono and ono-half blocks south f of boat landing on Main Btroet Royal Restaurant in connection ' ' J MRS. O.E. CARTER, Prop. NEWPORT - ORB. IUHWH4 f l f l H lll ! ! If i Rader Camp Ground fa!iii!Hiiiaif m lfitiflHHlI SM a . -u i rrv lisr jm m jw - r?Ws&v i With foundation and without, also furnished tents, good I wator and septic tanks. Rntes furnished on application. I Nye Creek, Newport, Ore A. J, Rader, Proprietor, t A fl-lHHlf g- WA7Z? 'A0ff s rovMritr" HOTEL BRADSHAW Good furnished rooms, wHh or without cooking privileges, half way from boat landing to Nye Roach. Hno view of ocean. Freo hack meets each boat. First-class res'auram next door Mrs. Rradshaw prop Vi v port Orojjm Best of EVERYTHING means Anything from tho NEWPORT SODA WORKS Syrups. Siphons, Sodas, Cider. HACK AND BAGGAGE Hack and bnggago wagon meets every boat. Parties wishing to mako trips on tho beach, light houpp. Seal rocks. Otter rock, and the famous Devil's Punch Bowl, call or phone HARDING & CRAMER. 4 Miaiiis)iaifnim Buxton's Grocery f All lines the best Wehandlellelnz's Goods. Next deor to Post Office ! i nmai(net Meat Market I Ed Stocker & Son. J Fresh and Salt Meats. Fish, Oysters, etc. Special choice mutton and veal always on hand. The only exclusive market in Newport. tnnwtinnm ttmniittum J Anything You Need to Eat at f Smith's Nyebeach Newnort - Orecon i UCI,WICSJCI1 Rome DdMng I f o r m WoUt llllil8li I I