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D&1LX CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1010.
DOWN FOR A
AVISCdNSIN INSURGENTS vim
TAKING THE PLATFORM THAT
WILL GRILL TUB REGULARS
AND MAKE TIIK COUNTRY SIT
UP AND TAKE NOTICE.
UNITED rilESfl LEASED VMItB,
Madison, Wis., Sopt. 10. ThTnft
administration will probably bo the
recipient of several hard Jolta when
the Republican platform convention
which is composed of all the candl
elates on tlio tickets, moot In Madison
Septmbor 20, according to politicians
It Is said that tho lnsurgtmts who
carried tho state, are planning a grill
ing of tho regulars that will make the
nation "sit up and tako notice."
It Is almost certain that tho Pnyno
Aldrlch tariff law will bo denounced
and that a change In rubber, "woolon
and cotton schedules will bo'demand
cd. Senator La Follotto, It Is de
clared, will attend to this part of tho
platform. Concerning railroad regu
lation tho platform probably will de
mand a national physical valuation
of tho various systems as preliminary
t a reduction of - passenger and
freight safes. I
Bottor child labor legislation, It Is
uiald, will bo another plank In the!
"insurgent" platfoTm of Wisconsin.
GIVES A ROAST
WllUm Lncknye, Stnr of "Tlie
IN "THE BATTLE"
Chicago, Sopt. 19. That Eugono
V, Debs, candadato for president on
the Socialist ticket in 1908, has just
as strong a hold on Socialists now as
Over ho had is indicated by his recep
tion by a record-braking crowd that
gathered yoatorday at Rivervlow
Park, and heard him 'say things"
abou,t Theodore Roosevolt.
Dobs scored tho former president
at ovory turn, and tho moro ho pro
nounced his denunciations, tho moro
vigorously was ho applauded. Tho
meeting broko up with prolonged
cheers for tho spoakor.
"Thousands regard Roosovolt as a
dollvoror and a saviour. Ho Is re
garded as a Deity a thing to bo wor
shiped," said Dobs. "Recently ho
declared that ho favorod publishing
tho sourco of contribution to cam
paign funds. Ton of tho groatest
trusts in the world contributed to
his campaign fund. As commissioner
of Now York, ho had access to rec
ords that forced corporations to con
tribute frooly to campaign funds.
Cortolyou was his tool in holding up
corporations. Tho 'My Dear Harrl
raan' letter was an example."
roNa trial ends in
Now York, Sopt. 19. Charles R.
Holko, formor secrotary-troasuror of
tho "sugar trust," was today sen
tenced to eight months' Imprison
ment and lined $5000 by Judgo Mar
tin, of tho federal court. Tho impris
onment Is to bo eorvod at Dlackwoll's
Island. A stay of eontonco, ponding
appeal, was granted, and Holko's
bond was roduccd to $15,000.
When Merit Wins
When tho medicine you tako cures
your dlsoa'so, tones up your system
and makes you fool bettor, stronger
That Is what Foloy Kldnoy Pills do
for you, in nil cases of backache,
norovusness, loss of appotlto, sloop
lossness and goneral woakness that
Is caused by any rlsordr of the kid
neys or bladder. Tako Foloy Kid
ney Pills promptly, euro your pros
ent aldmonts nnd ward off a dangor
our illness. For salo by Ror Cros
Pharmacy, II. Jormon. proi
A lino in Clovoland Moffett's
play, "Tho Battle" coming to the
Grand Opera House Saturday, Sep
tember 24, that rings absolutely
true, yet caused much talk and
oven some controversy, Is that spok
en by Wilton Lackaye In his part o!
John J. Haggleton, tho capitalist
"What a lot of harm good women
do in this world 1" Haggleton. has
been placed In a position whero ho
can feel this line, as almost all of
us have felt It, though the words
may never havo como to our lips, at.
some time or nnother. IMhero can
bo any doubters, let it bo recorded
that to a good woman familiarly
known as Mother Eve, wo owo our
r UNITED PRE88 LEADED WIRB.l
Boston, Mass., Sopt. 17. William
C. Fownes today' won tho national
amateur golf championship, defeat
ing Warren K. Wood four up nnd
thr.ee to play. '
More Notaries ,
Tho list of notarial commissions
Issued in nnd for Oregon today was:
W. R. Echtermach, Bend; J. .1.
Boylo, F. E. Grlgeby, Ralph R. Dun
Iway, Portland; A. R. Stovor, Med
Schools Open Next Monday
The public schools of Salom will
open on Monday morning, Soptem
bor 20, nt 9 o'clock. It Is Impor
tant that all pupils of school ago
register on tho opening day, espec
ially this year, as, tho boundary
lines botweon tho East, Gnrflold,
Qrnnt and tho Now Englowood
schools will bo determined by tlui
registration on tho oponlng days of
school. For this reason parents
should make special effort to send
tholr children on Monday morning
for registration. Tho legal school
ago Is from six to 20 years. The
compulsory attendance law applies
to all pupils botweon rilno and 10
years Inclusive This law is to be
onforcod with sovoro penalties for
its infraction on tho part of parents,
teachers and school officials. Fur
thor notices regarding temporary
boundnrlos botweon tho nbove
namod schools will probably appear
In tho olty papors within a fow day?.
OLAHKNCIS IIILTEH, A CHICA-
GOAN, AWAKENED BY DAUGH
TEH'S SCREAMS, RUSHES TO
HER ROOM AND IS SHOT DOWN
HY MARKED NEGRO.
Chicago, Sept. 19. Clarence HI1
ter, chief clerk of tho Chicago Rock
Island nnd Pacific railroad, was
shot to death today by a negro bur
glar. Hlltcr lived In one of the
foshlonable shore districts. Early
today his daughter's screams
aroused him and running to her
room ho saw a negro, armed and his
fnco covered with a handkerchief.
Hiltor sprang forward and grappled
with tho intruder. Tho negro flred
nt him three times while they
clinched, each Shot taking effect
nnd though the men struggled to
gether for a few moments longer,
Hllter slipped . from tho .negro's
grasp nnd dropped to tho floor.
Tho Hllter family were aroused
by the ecu file nnd the shots nnd tho
police were summoned. Before day
light detectives were on the scene
and discovered clews which ended
In tho arrest of William Jones, col
ored. Jones resisted desperately
when tho officers arrested him.
Ho was taken to tho police sta
tion, where he is belngheld pend
ing an investigation, and will be
questioned closely by tho police. An
Inquest over Hilter's death will bo
Hllt6r Is well known in railroad
circles here and was wealthy.
Now Is tho Time to Commence.
Your kidney trouble may be of
long standing, It may be cither acute
or chronic, but whatever it is Fo
ley's Kidney Romedy will a'd you
to cet rid of it oulckly nnd restorn
your natural health and vigor.
"Ono botle of Foley's Kldnoy Rem
edy made me well," said J. Slbbull
of Grand Vlow, Wis. It will euro
your kidney and bladder disease,
and restore- your natural strength
and vigor. Commence taking It
and moro vigorous than before,
now. Red Cross Pharmacy, H. Jer
- ' For County Clerk
MAX H. GEHLHAR,
Former Deputy Clerk
f Respectfully asks your sup- -l
I port for an economical and effl- I
" dent administration.
Candidate for Sheriff
For Marlon County
H. P. MINTO
T Candidate for Representative
X Republican Ticket
For Marlon County
L. T. REYNOLDS.
Candidate for State Senator
For Marlon County,
JOHN A. CARSON.
Candidate for Treasurer
For Marlon County
J. G. MOORE.
Rend September Sunset.
Road "Arizona tho 47th Star" bv
Govornor RIchnrd E. Slonn, nnd
"Fremont and tho Boar Fln,g War"
by William Simpson In Sunset for
September now on salo at all news
stands, 15 cents.
Safe Medicine for Children.
Mrs. F. Marti St. Joo, Mich., says
Foley's Honoy and Tnr saved her
llttlo boy's llfo. Continuing, sho
says; "Our llttlo boy contracted n
Bovoro bronchial trouble and ns the
doctor's modlclno did not euro him,
I gavo him Foloy's Honoy and Tat
In which I nlwnys had groat faltn.
It ontlroly cured tho cough ns woll
ns the choking and gagging spoils,
nnd he got woll In just a short time.
Foloy's Honoy and Tnr has many
times saved us much troublo nnd we
Red Cross Pharmacy, H. Jormnn
Marion County Republican
State Senators Dr. J, N. Smith, Salem No. 2, and
John A. Carson, Salem No. 7.
Representatives Carl Abrams, Salem No. 2; L. T.
Reynolds, Chemawa; Jossph G. Fontaine, Jefferson; S.
A. Hughes, Salem No. 2; and Dr. W .A. Fishburn, Sil
verton. Commissioner W. H, Goutet, Woodburn.
Sheriff H. P. Minto, South Salem.
Clerk Max H. Gehlnar,' Salom No. 6.
Recorder A. H. Will, Aurora.
Treasurer J. G. Mooro, Salem No. 2.
Surveyor B. B. Herrick, Salom.
Coroner A. M. dough.
Justico of Peace for Salem Precinct Daniel Wobster
Saved n Soldier's Life.
Facing death from shot and shell
In tho civil wnr was moro agreeable
to J. A. Stono, of Kemp, Tex., than
facing It from what doctors said was
consumption. "I contracted a stub
born cold" ho writes, "that develop
ed a cough that stuck to mo in spite
of all remedies for years. Mv
wolKht ran down to 130 pounds.
Then I began to use Dr. King's New
Dlscovory, which completely curoi
mo, I now weigh 178 pounds." For
coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma,
hemorrhage, hoarseness, croup,
whooping cough and lung trouble,
its supreme DOc and $1.00. Trial
bottol free. Guaranteed oy j. u.
You can't nlwnys walk Into a man's
good graces with nn ppon countenance.
Your eomploxlon as woll ns your
tompor Is rendored mlsornblo by a
disordered llvor. B taking Cham
berlain's Stomach and Llvor Tnblets
you can Improve both. Sold by nil
GEO. 0. SAVAGE,
For Farms nnd City
188 S. COMMERCIAL ST.
Candldato State Senator
For Marlon County
DR. J. N. SMITH.
ALLEN II. WILL
Candidate Justice Peaco
For Snlom District
MARION COUNTY DHtEOT
PRIMARY REPUBLICAN TIOICE1
Republicans .who are friends of the
Oregon Direct Priaary law will sup
port their principles by voting foi
the following candidates for nomina
tion at prljaary election September
For Senators Alonzo Gesner and
Hal D. Patton of Salem.
For Representatives A. C. Llbby
of Jefferson, George W. Johnson of
Salem, A. G. Steelhamm-r of Silver
ton, Sherman Swank of Aumsvills
and Frank E. Osburne of Champoeg
These candidates stand for the
Direct Prlmarv law and tho election
of Senators by tho Direct voto of th
people on the Oregon plan.
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars re
ward for any caso of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
We tho undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for tho last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
In a'll business and transactions and
financially able to carry out any
obligations made by his firm.
Waldlng, KInnan & Metaolnuuu
VVALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesnlo Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly, upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free.
Price 75 cent per bottle. Sold by all
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
No political fence was ever built
so strong that breachy cattle couldn't
JUDGING HY APPliARANOKh
Of course everybody does that, iind
Laundry Work can't bo Judgod any
other way. Everything subjected to
our artistic treatment comes out
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 badiy
laundrled. We make cheap iabrle
mosquerado for something bettor
SALEM LAUNDRY CO.,
Phono 23. Um-lm South Lllx-rtT
mWs&ttwB f&KKS3ME.F0UND EVERYWHEHE POINTING TO
fl pgS8f$f lTm scmo'- AS THE KEASON FOCTHFIRPEMfRiDLESIfCCESS I
Five convincing reasons why
HOLMES BUSINESS COLLEGE
The best equipped business college In the
Northwest. A school of trained specialists.
Tho latest and most up-to-date methods of
Instruction. You are sure of a position when
compotent. ., ,
The school that is recognized by
the business men as the best.
C SECURED PGR STUDENTS WHEN
Two Methods One Result
Tho "Green Goods" man pretends
to sell his victim what he wants, but
gives him something elce instead.
The "Substltutor" uses his per
suasive powers to Induce his victim
to accept what he does not call for.
Each uses a different method, but
the result Is tho same. No reputablo
morchant will offer you a substitute
whon you call for a standard adver
tised article. Patronize home advertisers.
Call for Rid!..
Sealed bids will bo received up to
5 o'clock p. ni. on Monday, Septem
ber 19, 1910, for tlio construction of
n pllo trestlo brldgo on Church
street across North Mill Creek, In
accordance with tho plans and specl
llcatlons adopted for said brldgo on
file nt tho olTico of tho City Recorder.
Tho city reserves tho right to re
ject any nnd nil bids.
Said bids will be considered by
tho Council on September 19, at or
about S o'clock p. m.
W. A. MOORES.
9-12-5t City Recorder.
qilEAT CHINE3K DOCTOR
L. M. HUM
has medicine whlcn will cure anj
known disease. He makes a special
ty of and guarantees to cure catarrh
asthma, lung, throat, rheumatism
debility, stomreh, liver, kldnej
troubles," also any blackened oi
swollen soreness, broken limbs;
smallpox, epidemic; all kinds of
boils, lost manhood, female weak
ness, hernia troubles aiid paralysis
Consultation free. Care of Ylck 3f
Tong Co., Chinese drugs and herbs
153 High street, upstairs. Salem
I FRENCH fEMALEK
mi upil i &
NEVER KNOWN TO 4K. H'ire ar Suit E
fiction UuarastCtM) or Milpj Iteftudod. Knt mfttJ ?'
rcr 11.00 ir box. MO, frA tLem on trial, to La pild tot Y,
when MlfcTcd. Sit, l s i-'w. Uyour dm!il 4mi net V
dim tLem leinj iit uder to the ,i
UNITED MtDIC't CO,, RO T. LMCirH ft
I have the largest stock' of re
cleaned vetch seed in Salem, and
can quote you prices cheaper than
you can buy from grower.
Timothy, Fancy Idaho
Orchard Grass, Fey Imp
Kentucky Blue, Fey Imp,
English Rye, Imp.
Mesquite, Hulled, '
Write for Prices.
Sanitary Fish and
'Everything In tho Fish, Poultry
and ennnod goods lino.
My market 's absolutely sanitary,
my moats being kept In refrigerator
counter. Drop In and look around.
Just South o now Marlon Hotel.
A. SI. LINGENFELTER, Prop.
Phono 730, Salem, Oregon
151-161 High St.
I Gold Dust Flour I
Made by the SYDNEY POWKR
COMPANY, Sydney, Oregon.
Made for Family Use.
Ask your grocer for it. BrM
And bhorts Always om hand
P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
West Salem Transfer
Ml patent modicines or medicine's ud
vortlsod in this paper aro for sale at
fho only cash drug store In Oregon
owes no one, nnd no ono owes it.
carries largo stock: Its shelve:.,
counters and show cases are loaded
with drugs, mediolned, notions, ol
let nrtialea, wlne and liquors of a!
kinds for mdlctnal purpotas. Dr
Stone 1b n rtgulur gradate In niedl
oJhs and hfw bad raaav years of x
parlance In the prtieUott. Consulta
tions are tree. Prescriptions are
free, and only regular priM (or md-
lelne. Dr. Stone can 1 found i
his drug gior. 5a!eB. or., from 1
Ih th mornlug until i mghc.
Connects with nil trains at
Wost Salem for Dallas, Falls
City and Salem.
Loaves Journal office for
West Snlera nt 8:40 a. iu.,
12 ni., 1:10 p. m. nnd 4.00 p.
m. every day except Sunday.
Also tor Independence, Mon
mouth and McMlnnvllle.
Leaves Sunday at 8:00 a.
in., 1:00 p. ni., and 5:15 p.m.
Calls at hotels on request.
Telephone or lenvo orders at
Capital Journal office any day
but Sunday. Phono 32.
J. B. Underwood, Mgr.
The State Fair-:
Will soon bo hore and wo aro -
bettor pr pared than ever to nc
'.I commodate the crowds 'hat will
bo hero then.
i; The White House;;
: : AVSI. SIcGILCHRIST & SONS, ; ;
; ; 002 Stnto Street, Snlcni, Ore. J
cm I STUBBERS
r-k . IffJJl . i
DOUBLfTv ONE HALF WcASTS NO W
R THE LICHT J THE COST II SHADOW I
Home Builders, Attention
Why not Instill a home Hunting and cooking ejiem, mklng
worth ' rnlng, 100 per cent hoter than any other gas. Safer than
electricity. We light sto. a, halls, churches, factories, etc. Also do
tinning ami heatlug nnd plumbing. All w k arnntaed.
A. L. FRASER
flip C'h'Irnted Lennox Furnace.
J 5 8 State Street
Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers
Book on patents. "Hints to inventors." "Inventions needed."
"Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for
search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Greeley was formerly.
Acting Commissioner of Patents, and as such had full charge of
the U. S. Patent Office.
Washington, D. C.
oiind Trip Fares Eas
OREGON ELECTRIC RY.
NEW YORK CHICAGO DETROIT
ST. PAUL ST. LOUIS
Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Col.
Via choice of routes. Also one-way tickets to all Eastern points
In the United States and Canada on sale dally. Baggage checked
through to destination. Special excursion rates to Seaside and
Chson Bench and return.
For full particulars as to rates, servlco, etc., call on or address
O. E. ALBIN, Gen. Agt., Salem, Or.
Salem Fence Works
Headquarters for Woven Wire
"Fencing. Hop Wire, Barb Wlro,
Poultry netting. Shingles. Mal
thold Roofing. P ft B. Ready
Rooting. Screen Doors, Adjust
able Window Screens, and Hop
CflAS D. MULLIGAN
3(0 ourt street. Phone IK4
NO CARLI3SS HURRY
Is done at this place. We havo too
pood a name as auto repairers to
ils' It by indifferent work. So no
matter what Is wrong with your car
we give It our best skill and atten
tion. That's why an auto repaired
by us stays repaired In that jiart,
anyway. Think of us next time.
Immediate Delivery on 1011 Maxwells. See us for Demonstration.,
SEE US FOR VOIR RENTING CAR TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITV,
SALEM AUTO GARAGE
3 in STATE STREET PHONE 38rt
A good sojiool none better. Well established reputation. Suooasful grad
nates. Skillful, nftinaukiug Umehen. Living expenses low. Manv otW
tvNBtagM. 1M hi tU jm about them,
W. I staley, Principal
rit for catalogue.