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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1010.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
E. HOFEB, Editor nd Proprietor. 1
Independent Newirper Darotod to American Princlplea nd
the Progren and Derelorttment of All Oregon.
Pobuabed Brery Brenlng Except Sandny, Salem, Ore.
(InTiriablj in Advance.)
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ANOTHER OPEN LETTER
Is Invited to Produce Author of Specific Charges or Be Con
sidered the Author of the Letter Himself Invited to Debate
Assembly Versus Direct Primary.
.The Oregonlan of July 9 allows Hon. C. B. Moorcs three columns
of space to discuss men of promlnonco In stato affairs none of whom
would bo allowed three linos to reply, and makes this statement:
Recently a prominent citizen or Salem, declaring Ills own
financial rcsponslbllty and Ills readiness to back lib charges in
the courts, made bold to file specific charges with President
Tuft. Those charges elicited no response and Colonel David
M. Dunno was Instructed to rcnow his bond as Collector of In
The above was published July 9, and has not been replied to.
I haVo a right to know the name of the accuser, and the person making
tho accusation referred to ubovc.
The abovo reference -was tho first ever made public about tho "spe
cific . charges" filed with the president.
As tho editor of this papor never wrote to Mr. Taft asking for any
appointment, this unknown "Prominent Citizen" should bo revealed
" when ho attacks .a man under cover.
Hon. C. B. Mooros Is a man of promlnonco and the self-appointed cham
pion and Bafo-guarder of the state in many ways.
I call upon him again to produco the letter and the name of tho prom
inent citizen, or stand boforo the pcoplo as a defamer of others.
I caro nothing about tho contonts of tho letter, which was never filed
with tho public records in the cose.
1 But tho accusation of "specific charges" any man in public life lias a
right to know whence they came and tho author.
Mr. Moorcs and I differ about tho merits of tho Direct Primary and
Statomont No. 1, and if ho wants to debate that question before , any
public audlonco in tho stato I will bo glad to meet him.
Ho stands for the sacred rights of predatory political methods where
Republicanism Is to bo rewarded at public expense
I believe In reducing tho rewards of political activity to a minimum,
and would wipe out a great many commissions and boards and jobs that
ho considers sacred political property of politicians.
Theso aro matters of minor lmportanco, but his Insinuation of specific
charges I do resent as cowardly and pitsilanlmous In tho lino of political
My good namo and honor aro as dear to mo as his, and all I have ever
cald about him has been for the public records, and not for some nameless
citizen of such prominency as to have influence with the president.
It scorns to mo it Is up to Mr. Moorcs to produco that letter and thut
"prominent citizon" unless ho wishes to Infer ho wrote it himself.
DISCUSSES THE ASSEMBLY,
Ed, Journal: You have boon
speaking very softly of tho Assorably.
M.L. Jonos said they had not named
a farmer on tho tlokot, and It Is prot
ty near truo. But what aro we doing,
when wo sand so many officials and
ox-offlcials to raanago Republican
party mattors? Aro thoro no men In
tho. party any more but offlcors nnd
ox-offlcors who aro good onough for
.1 - . . 1. 1 1 . rt mi. ...
L11U pUrpUBUS Dl UB3UU1UHU8I J.I1UIU
Is a Dno list of delegates to tho stato
ossombly, composed of Col. Poorman
of 'legislative famo, W. W. Hall who
was; county clork, Jesso Sottlomlor
w1ia ! n a In Innlnlnttmn A XT T n
Follctte who was ropresentatlvo nndj
M. L. Jones who ran for county (
Judgo, W. L. Jones, county chairman
and who ran for recorder, Lieut, Eld
ridge who was in tho paymasters do
parfinont and is aldorman, Davq
Drager who is county rocorder, Albert
.Sutton who has tho bootblack stand
mt fho stato house, L. T. Roynolds of
'tlio stato board of horticulture and
member of the legislature, W. P.
Campbell, assistant auporintondon1 of
tho Chemawa Indian school, Ceo. Q.
Bingham attorney for tho S. P. Co.,
vDr. Smith ot tho Fooblo Minded Insti
tute, John Holaud who was county
clork nnd has hud sovoral stato Jobs,
L. J. Adams attorney for the 8. P. Co.,
Sr. Brooks pension examiner, District
Attorney McNary, ox-ponltontlary
suporlntondont Gilbert, school direc
tor Mooros, Chns. A. Murphy of tho
Footilo Minded Inetltuto, Prank
fiouthwlck stato contractor, R. W.
"Craig, postmaster, B. P. Woat, secre
tary Republican club, W, 8. Hurst of
tho state anti-saloon loague, Alder
man Carson and Elliott, Ex-Shcrlff
or and Kx-Shorlff Knight, ex-
oo 0 O 0 O O O O O 0 O Q O 0
'Capital National Bank,
Capital, Siirplm and Undivided
Officer and Directors:
J. H. Albert President
B, M. Crolsau. .Vlce-Prosldeut
Jos. If. Albert....,., .Cashier
John A. Carson,
Geo. P. Rodgers.
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for all stomach troublealndlgestlon, dyspepsia, heartbu
brcatlJ,8lckbcadach,torpidllvcr,b'',o',',-''"' ' habitual
J. C. PERRY.
senator Hobson, ex-commissioner
Watson and who tho rost of tho dele
gates, aro I don't knpw. But If they
don't drlvo a hard bargain for fat
offlcos with the man they voto for
Governor nnd ovory othor office I
am a suckor from high up tho creek.
Those men aro exports In profltablo
politics and will bot every ono gets
his llttlo promise of a place before ho
dollvors tho goods. I havo lived in
Salem for forty years and I n'ovcr
saw tho office-holding class so ram
pant. Thoso men liko Prank Wright
man, llttlo Doc Smith and others who
aro not yot delogates will show up
down thoro with proxies. Wo thought
proxlos wero forbidden but about half
tho assombly votes outside of tho city
wero east on proxies. I suppose tho
proxy buslnoss will bo Just as strong
at Portland a wook from Thursday.
Tho assembly was about a half-bakod
old-fashioned convention, but It was
slated Just as completely as any con
vention I ovor saw. Tho slato was
broken on Hd. MoKinney and .1 feit
sorry for him, as ho has been hanker
ing to got at tho trough for yoais
and it was a sad sight to see the
faithfulness of the McKlnney boys re
warded tho way It yas. Thoy woro all
throe In tho convention and John W.
Mado a great many good notions and
suggestions, but it seoms tho farm
boys wero not in tho game for a min
ute I know tho names of six of tho
nine man who met tho night before
and mado up tho ticket that was put
through and the other three aro
promised mo, and If I got them I will
give them to you to print Just to show
the boys from tho country tho way'
thoy woro put under tho road rollor,
A Wretched Mistake
to endure tho itching, painful dis
tress of Piles. There's no need ta
Listen; "I oufforod much from piles, '
wrltos Will A. Marsh, of Slier CHr,
N. C, "till I got a box of Bucklen's
Arnica Salvo, and was soon cured."
Burns, bolls, ulcers,, foyer sores,
eecema, cutt, chapped hands, chil
blains, vanish boforo It. 25c. at J. G.
1 1 n
A clean corn field dsllKUteth the
heart ot th uuaiiteM farmer.
Cologne, July IS. Carrying five,
men to death, the dlrlglblo balloon
Erbsloeh fell 5000 feet near Pas
chold, West Germany, today. Herr
Erbsloeh, constructor of the dirigi
ble, and an Inventor of renown, ls(
among the dead. j
The aeroplane, although only a
sixth as large as tho Zeppolln craft
had made several successful flights'
with passengers. Trie Erbsloeh as
cended from Dusseldorf shortly af
ter sunrise, carrying, besides the ln-(
ventor, two companions and two pro-
fossional chauffeurs, wno were acting,
as mechanicians. I
CHICAGO TO TEACH
CHILDREN TO SWIM
Chicago, July 13 "Every boy
and girl ought to know how to
swim. ' tald Mrs. Ella Flagg Young,
superintendent of public schools lo-r
day, and recently elected head of th
National Educational Association
"and every boy and girl attending the
public schools will soon bo compelled
to learn to swim, Just as he or she
Is taught to read and write In the
regular grammar course.
"Every teacher ought to know how
to swim, and tne lirst step in accom-
pnsning mis laci win De me imro-
ductlon Into our teachers training
course at the normal school of a
course In swimming.
"Eventually wo will establish
swimming tanks in each of the high
schools throughout the city and the
children attending the various gram
mar schools can be brought to the
high' schools to receive their prac
"Instruction In the proper way to
swim can be given In the class
room, but tho actual practice will
havo quicker results and will rob
tho water of whatever terror it has
for some of the more timid,"
Frank A. Colony, son of Charlc3
E. and Eleanor M. Colony, born May
11, 1859, near Iowa-City, Iowa, was
married February 22, 1882" to Mis?
Eliza E. Elliott. Threo children
were born to them, one son and two
daughters, ono daughter died In In
Ho was educated In Iowa City
schbols, tho Stato University and
Garrett Biblical Institute at Evans
ton, Illinois. In his 17th year ho
gavo his heart to God and conse
crated his Hfo to his service. Eearly
In Hfo he received a definite call to
preach the Gospel. Ho received li
cense to enter tho mlrilstry of tho
Methodist Episcopal church In Des
Moines conference In 1888.. Joined
tho South Dakota conference In
1890. In 1892 transferred to Ne
braska conferonco whore he
preached with groat acceptability.
holding pastorates In sorao of the
best churcbos In that conference.
whore by his kindness, gentle
ness nnd large nenrtedness, to-
gothor with unusual pulpit ability
made him countless numbers of
friends whorovor ho wont, always a
holp and Inspiration to tho people.
His boat momumont will be tho pco
plo ho hns holpod to a bettor life,
In 1907 whilo In his third year
In York, Nebraska, ill health com
pelled him to take a supernumerary
relation to that conferonco which ho
hold to tho time of his death. In
the hope ot regaining his health and
again taking up active work In the
mln'stry, ho camo with his family to
tho Pacific coast and located In this
city, whoro ho had already at the
tlmo of his death, made hosts of
frlonds. After several months ot
bodily pain and suffering, his Hfo
ended In calm nnd peaceful rest.
Thoso loft to mourn tho loss of a
loved ono are his wife, son Elliott
daughter Eleanor, father, threo sis-
tors nnd throo brothers. His father
and ono sister camo from Iowa City
to bo with him during his last days
boforo ho entered the heavenly man
Insurgency in England.
ifMTXD iia i.Ar wiaa.l
London, July 13. "Insurgency"
and "progressive tactics" aro not
alone confined to the American legis
lative body. Premier Asqulth Is en
countering tho reform element of the
Llboral party, and Is bollevcd to havo
failed in his attempt to forco the
Liberals Into an agreement with the
Conservatives for Indoflnlto shelving
of tho reform program, for which .t
has boon working.
A Contented Woman ,
la always fourfd In the same house
with Oallard'a Snow Liniment It
keeps ovory member ot jho family
tree from aches and pains, It heals
cuts, burns and scolds and cures
rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago and
all musculex soreness aud stiffness.
26c, EOe and $1.00 a bottle. Sold by
- n, gas in the stomach, bad
t nat natum. i i .s-. -n
IN MID-AIR KILLING FIVE MEN
Near Pascheld one of the balloon
nets, of which there were 12, set in
a rigid frame like water tight com
partments of a ship, burst and the
gas bag it enclosed exploded. The
other bags were ripped to pieces, and
tho aluminum car with its passengers
and heavy engines dropped like a
Tho car turned over before thaso
Inside could leap from it. The en
ginos, which were attached to tho
car, were driven Into the earth by
the impact of tho fall, and the men
caught in the descflendlng car, were
half burled in the earth.
The public library circulated
2,295 books and magazines during
the month of Juno.
Some recent books of Interest
that have been placed In tho library
,re n the ..Deoator.s Handbook Ser-
es on Direct Primaries," "The Inl
lative and Referendum," "Coinmls-
ilon Plan of City Government,"
'Election of U. S. Senators," "In
come Tax," and "Capital Punl3h
Baher City with a population of
on,y 12(000 hng a ?25,000 library
If ..lImo saved ls money saved,-'
the pUDiic will be Interested to know
that tho American Library assocla-
I tion publishes a book list which we
, believe would be. If more generally
Unown and used, a time saver to the
purchaser of books.
Magazine advertisements of late
books, because of their commercial
character aro not reliable or author
Itative, and one is puzzled often to
know where to And out the truth
about a book when thero is no
chance of personal examination.
This little book list does not In
clude all .the scholarly treatises, or
many technical books, but does list
tho best moderate priced books
which are recommended for pur
chase to the public libraries, with a
short characterization of each book
by a reader believed competent to
From time to time thero are In
eluded in its columns lists on special
topics that are especially valuable in
their line. All this information can
bo obtained for the small sum of ",
cents by applying to tho American
Library association at 34 Newberry
street, Boston, Mass., and can al
ways be obtained for examination at
your own public library upon re
quest at the loan desk.
POCKET PICKED BY TWIG.
Watch Found Hanging to
Year After Loss.
A pickpocket has been discovered
In tho woods near RIverhead, N. Y.,
but was not arrested. It was a
In Decerabor, 1908, L. M. Raynor,
of RIverhead, was In the woods, and
unknown to h'm at the time a twig
picked his pocket, neatly extracting
his watch. He did not know of h's
loss until he reached homo, and he
did not know what had become of
the watch. Walking In tho woods
recently, Bnynor saw his watch de
pending from a twig about tho level
o.f his head. He believed ho must
have bont tho branch down while
passing and that his pocket was
picked at that time.
Notice of Assessment; Marlon Street
Notice is hereby given that tho
Common Council of tho City of Sa
lom. Oregon, will nt or about 8
o'clock p. -m. tn the 11th day of
July, 1910, at tho Common Council
Charnbors nt Salem, Oregon, pro
ceed to assess upon each lot, or par
cel of land llablo therefor, Us pro
portionate sharo of tho cost of the
construction of an extension to the
Marlon Street sowor, In the City of
Salem, Orogon, including a district
East of 12th Street, and North of
Court Streot, as shown on the plans
and specifications adopted for said
sowor, and on fllo at the office of
tho City Recorder, referenco to
which Is hereby made for a mora
perfect description of said sower.
All porsons Interested "In said as
sessment shall appoar at said time
before said Common Council and
present objections IT any thoy havi
to said assessment, and apply to
said Common Council within fivo
days following said dato for the
privilege If they so desire to mako
said Improvement In lien of tholr
Done by ordor of tho Common
Council ot tho City ot nlem, Orogon,
this 5th day of July. 1910.
W. A. MOORHS.
7-7?t - Recorder.
is something we hear or read about
-w day of. our live. Burns and
scalds titW alight or serious are
bound to hanpw n your family, bo'
prepared by having a bottle of Bal
lard's Snow Llnlaent handy. It r-'
lleves the pain instantly and quickly '
heals tho burn. Sold by all dealers. :
Summer-fallow to accomplish Its
ends, must kill the weeds. i
Is A Constitutional Disease.
It rrtinlfests itself in local aches and
pains, Inflamed Joints and stiff mus
cles, but It cannot be cured by local
It requires constitutional treatment,
and the best is a course of the great
blood purifying and tonic medicine
which corrects the acid condition of
the blood and builds up th? syetem.
Get It today In usual llnuld form or
cbw''rt tahictq caiwi Saraatahs.
Notice of Assessment; Improvement
Ferry trect, 12th to 14th.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council of the city of Sa
lem, Oregon, will at or about 3
o'clock p. m., on Monday, the 11th
day of July, 1910, at tho Comnjon
Council Chambers, at Salem, Ore
gon, proceed to assess upon each lot
or parcel of land liable therefor, lt3
proportionate share of the cost of
the improvement of Ferry Street
from the East line of 12th Street to
tho West lino ot 14th Street, In the
city of Salem, Oregon, according to
tho plans and specifications adopted
for such improvement and on file at
the office of the City Recorder.
All persons Interested in said as
sessment shall appear at said time
beforo said Common Council, and
present objections if any they have
to said assessment and apply to said
Common Council within five days of
said date for the privilege if they
so desire to make said improvement
In lieu of their assessment.
Done by order of the Common
Council of the City of Salem, Ore
gon, this 5th, day of July, 1910.
W. A. MOORES,
Notice of Intention to Improve n
Portion of Mission Street.
Notice is hereby given that the
common council of the city of Salem,
Oregon, deems It expedient, and pro
poses to improve Mission street, in
the city of Salem, Oregon, from the
west line of Saginaw street, so ns to
connect with the improvement of
South Commercial street, according
to the plans and specifications adopt
ed for such Improvement, and on file
at the office of tho city recorder, at
the expense of the adjacent and abut
ting property, within the limits of
said Improvement, and which plan3
and specifications aro hereby rs
ferred to for a more perfect descrip
tion of said improvement, to the
same effect as if fully written heroin.
This notice Is published for 10
days pursuant to tho order of tho
Remonstrances may be filed
against said. Improvement within 10
days from tho date of the last pub
lication of this notice, and the date
of tho first publication thereof is the
28th day of June, 1910.
W. A. MOORES,
G-3p-llt City Recorder.
Notice of Assessment; Capitol Street,
Court to State.
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of tho city of Salem,
Oregon, will at or about eight o'clock
p. m. on Monday the 11th day of
July, 1910, at tho Common Council
Chambers, at Salem, Oregon, proceed
to assess upon each Lot or parcel of
land llablo therefor, Its proportionate
share of the cost of tho improvement
of Capitol Street, from tho South
lino of Court Street to the North
line of Stato Street, in the City of
Salem, Oregon, according to the
plans and specifications adopted for
such improvement and on file at the
office of the City Recorder.
All persons interested in said as
sessment shall appear at said time
before said Common Council, and
present objections if any they have to
said assessment, and apply to said
Common Council within five days of
said date for the privilege If they 30
desire to mako said Improvement in
lieu of their assessment.
Done by order of the Common
Council of the City of Salem, Oregon,
this 5th day of July, 1910.
W. A. MOORES,
7-7-3 1 Recorder.
The world's most successful medi
cine for bowel complaints is Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. It has relieved more
pain and suffering, and saved more
lives than ary other modlcino in use
Invaluable for children and adults.
Sold by all dealers.
A bald-headed man may not
.'ays come out on top.
Foley Kidney Pills nave Cured Me.
The abovo ls a quotation from a
letter written by H. M. Winkler,
Evansville, Ind. "I contracted a
severe case of kidney trouble. My
back gavo out and pained me. I
seemed to havo lost all strengtn ana
ambition; was bothered with dliry
spells, my hoad would swim and
specks float beforo -my eyes. I took
Foley Kldncr Pills regularly and nm
now perfectly well and feel like o
new man. Foley Kidney Pills have
cured me." J. C. Pe-ry.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EYERYtniEKE i
The East and
buildings will be heated by the latest and .
most approved method.
The Fan System
The plants were designed and will be
installed by the largest firm of heating
and ventilating engineers on the Pacific
The W. G. McPherson Company
328 Glison Street
SPEND THE SUMMER
The Only Beach in the Pacific Northwest
Where thp pretty Water Agates, Moss Agates, Moon
stones, Carnellans and Rock Oysters can bo found.
Outdoor Sports of All Kinds
Including hunting, fishing, digging rock oysters, boat
ing, surf bathing, riding autoing, canoeing and dancing.
Pure mountain water and tho best food dt low prices.
Fresh crabs, clams, oysters, fish and vegetables of all
kinds dally. Ideal camping grounds, with strict sanitary
regulations, at nominal cost.
Low Round-Trip Season Tickets
from all points In Oregon,
Washington and Idaho on sale
A Sunday Excursion Rate of
From Albany, Corvallls and Philomath, with corresponding low rates
from points west, in effect all summer Call on any S. P. or C. & E.
agent for full particulars as to rates, train schedules, etc.; also for
copy of our beautiful Illustrated booklet, ."Outings In Oregon, or
write to WM. M'MURRAY,
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
Salem Fence Works i
Headquarters for Woven Wire
Fencing, Hop Wire, Barb Wire,
Poultry lvetting, Shingles, Mal
thold Roofing, P. & B. Ready
Roofing, Screen Doors a d Ad
justable Window Screens.
CHAS D. MULLIGAN I
250 Court street. Phone 124
f P STUBBERS W DOUBLE WoN HALF CASTS NO
ik LIGHT 8 THE LIGHT I THE COST T SHADOW
aL f-l ' H I 1 'I
Dome Builders, Attention
Why not install a homo Heating and cooklag sytem, making as
worth rning, 100 per cent hoter than any other gas. Safer than
electricity. We light atoia, halls, churches, factories, etc. Also do
tinning and heating and plumbing. All w k aranteed.
2A. L. FRASER
The Celebrated Lennox Furnace.
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gatraolwhl not to itrictui.
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There is Only One
USED THE WORLD OVER TO OURE A COW IN ONE DAY.
Always remember tho full name. Look fYf
tor this signature on every box. 25o. WsJytttrtp
3 Day-Saiurday to Monday Rate
from S. P. points, Portland o
Cottage Grove, inclusive, in
cluding branch lines; also all
C. & E. stations Albany and
west. Going on Saturday or
Sunday, and for return Sunday
JUDGING BY APPEARANCES
Of course everybody does that, and
Laundry Work can't be Judged any
other way. Everything subjected t
our artistic treatment comes out as
clean as a polished surface, as clear
as crystal and as bright as a sum
mer's day. Articles washed proper
ly last twice as long and look twen
ty times better than goods badly
laundried. We make cheap labile
masquerade for something better.
SALEM LAUNDRY CO.,
Phone 25. 130-100 Hnutli Liberty fit
I Gold Dust Flour
Made by the SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydney, Oregon.
Made for Family Use.
Ask your grocer for It. Bran
and Shorts always on hand.
P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
258 btatb Street
Corner Capital and Marion Sts.
General Hospital and Sana
torium for nervous and mental
First class attendance of
nurses and physician guaranteed.
Mrs. Marteana McAlpin
Phone Main 1951.