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OAILV CAPP W. .IMfRVAL, MLEM. OREGO?s MONDAY, JULV 0, 1008
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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
IIOFER, Ed. and Prop.
An Independent Nowppr Deroted to American Principles m
tbe J'ronreM aud Derelopement of All Otegon.
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It may develop bo slowly as to cause
little If any disturbance during the wholo
period of childhood.
It may then produco dyspepsia, ca
tarrh, and marked tendency to con
sumption, beforo causing eruptions,
sores or swellings.
To get entirely rid of It take tho great
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f UN HAS BEGUN
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work making up tho temporary roll
of delcgatos wntio onnds aro playing
outsldo and delegations are encoring
ach othor us they march and coun
termarch about tho strcotH,
Somo of tho contests aro bolns ' wi,icii !h tho nntl-mormon faction In
tho contests, alleged that Dubois, by
reason of fraudulent practiced had
converted a minority Into an ap
parent majority and had rlddon
rough shod over tho legally elected
delegates to tho stato convention at
Twin Falls. Ho charged that more
had boon collusion with tho Demo
cratic stato central commltteo chair
man resulting In nn Invltntlon to tho
members of tho "American party
lmrd fought and for tho first tlmo
nlnce tho preliminary work of tho
convention was liogttn thoro aro ovi
doncoj of acrimonious fooling that
tnny yol crop out on the floor of tho
Tho national commlttoo wns cnllod
1o ordor today by Chnlrntan Taggar.
nt 0 o'clock this morning.
Long before that hour roprcsontr.
tlves of tho various aggrlovod npp"
cants for seats us dologntoi woro
ubout tho corridors buttoning mem
bers and bringing ovory posslblo bit
of Influenco to benr to omphaslzo tho
renson why their particular faction
.should bo recognized.
"Wo aro tho only rogular Domo
erats," was tho burden of their cray,
"and If you do not rccognlzo our
claims to tho caimo wo will suffor."
Aftor Secretary Wnodnon had road
tho list of contests, n motion was
adopted that Hopnrnto sub-commit-toes
should hoar tho ovldcnco In tho
contents from oach stato nnd report,
their conclusions to tho main body.
It wj ilocldoil to apiiolnt thoxo sub-
committees at' onco' nnd tjion tho
commltteo ndjotirned until 4' o'clock
when tho reports wll bo received nnd
tho roll a ofthoopenlng sosslon
.Tho fulUlht o contents wns as fol
lowf ' i ,
Idaho Entlro stato delegation.
Illinois Find, second, third,
fourth, llfth, sixth, sovouth, olghth,
ninth nnd tenth. district.
Now York Second, thlrdfl fourth,
llfth un.l sixth districts.
Ohio Ninth and ulnoteenth dis
tricts. Pomnylvnnlu Flnit, second,
third, fourth, llfth ami sixth districts.
PUtrlot of Columbia Untlre dole
Kittlon. Tho grounds of oouteattt rnngo
from "IrregulurUy" tu allegations of
Tho ohli'f intorost In the Idnhn and
Now York ooutesU. in the former, '
Mx-llnlUd Rtatos Swiator Frod J j
DuboU was waging the harden ba-!
tlo of hit political ottreor. The rol
Istuu Is Mormonlsm. hut It U so
conceded that but little of the truth
vould bo brought out.
Idaho, to Bend dologntcs to tho Den
By thli moans, Nugent says, Du
bois wns soutod as n dolegato to the
convention, having boon tho cholco
of tho Americans In hU noma coun
JobiiHon Iloom ("Joes Out.
Governor Johnson's boom for tho
presidency has callnpsed. It was ad
mitted today In his own enmp thnt
thoro Is no hopo of his nomination
THE DEMOCRATS AND
THEIR DENVER DOINGS
Donvor, Colo., July G Today's
convention nows In n nutsholl.
National commlttoo throshlng
Executive council of Amorlcan
Federation of Labor framing up
planks for platform.
Johnson mnnagors say ho linn
no chanco to win.
Pcunaylvnnln delegation ex
poet to oust Colonel Jnmoi M.
Guffey nn nntlounl committeeman
In fnvor of Jatnos Korr.
Caucus of Now York dologntlon
to doelnro for Dryan nnd nnmo n
fnvorlto for tho vlco proaldoncy.
Commlttoo on arrangements de
cided to oxcludo "Merry Widow"
hats from tho convention hall.
John Mitchell snya ho would
not acctpt the vice presidential
Arrival of Tammy hall In spe
cial train. State delegation! pain
Lid llftod by Mayor Speor, Sun
day thrlsti quouohed without dif
ficulty, same as on wook days.
Name of Congroasman Ollle
Jnmo. nf Kontii'kv mi,iA,i n ,i,.
57 vnrlotlou of vlc nresldentlnl
canlldntos. Stron& "hunph- in
his favor snld to have come from
known wo haven't a chance to win,
but we aro going through with the
'7conunued on page sevonl.
Tbe Dry Lnnd of Pent.
The arid lands of tho United
states, with flvo or six Inches of
rain a year, might be considered
woll watered If compared with some
of Peru's dry wastes which aro to bo
roclalmed. Tho showors that visit
them are fow and far between
onco In from ten to 14 years. But
when water U put on such land lt3
fortuity U phenomenal. Tho soil
has lain Inert for conturles, with
any run-off to leach out tho fertility
stored from tlmo Immemorial. This
has beon found true In our own
West. Tho drost roglon ofton has
tho atronge-.t soil, onco It Is brought
under Irrigation and Its salts dis
solved and mado available for plants
Peru's rivers, which are soon to
bo utilized, flow down from snowy
mountains nnd cross tho arid coun
try Just as many of tho rivers of our
own arid regions do. To that ex
tent tho western part of tho United
Statoa and tho western portion of
Peru hrtvo many features In common
and tho engineering experts who
hovo rocontly gono down there from
this country can mnko good use of
tho oxperlenco and technical know
ledge galnod nt home. Geologic'
Will Bo Mado This Season by u,
(LINES IN OREGON)
From Salem, Qte,
SOLID COMFORT AND EASE ARE PLENTIFUL WITH THE
ASSOCIATION OF THE ROVAL PUSH BUTTON CHAIR. CON
SIDER THE EASE WITH WHICH THE BACK CAN BE TILTED
TO ANV POSITION DESIRED WITHOUT' EVEN Gl'TFTlNO OUT
OF THE CHAIR.
WITH THE OLD STYLE .MORRIS CHAIR ONE MUST GO
BEHIND THE CHAIR AND ADJUST THE ROD TO SOME PAR
TICULAR NOTCH IN THE BRACKETS.
WITH THE ROYAL IT IS DIFFERENT YOU SIMPLY 1MIKSS
THE BUTTON AND THE DESIRED ANGLE IS REACHED WITH
OUT GETTING OUT OF THE CHAIR. REMOVAL SALE PRICES
NOW REIGN ON THIS FAMOUS LINE OF MORRIS CHAIRS.
(SEE WINDOW DISPLAY)
BOTH WAYS ONE WAt
Kansas City $61.65
NEWS OF THE
GREAT ROUND WORLD
Tho coiitt'Htnuta woro headed by
John N Num-iit and Jud PorklH
Nugent In presenting the cat for
DEPOSITORS In the sav
ings department of
the Capital National Bank
arc requested to present
tficir pass books for the I
J purpose of having credited
the semi-annual interest due
and that ItU supporters are keeping
P the tight only i n matter of
Formal aKuirtiuce that JoUmoq
will b tiomlnw nr still to bo u.
' suod from hie headiiuartora, but this
is ior a nuriHMo. The Johnson folk
arm laylug plans for 191 S.
Thoodore Knapjwn. assistant man.
nger of hU empimi and spokwmiitt
j for the Minnesota governor, said:
i "Wo know w can't Wn but Jokn-
son' name- will be proetiued to tho
, nvtntJon. We started thU iik. m
stn in It to the tluUk Hmi aU this
Ulk Nbout Johnou' wltkdnwel U
lool'sk. v. Hr golH tkrough wUh
I evit though w reogHl. the Uct
ihat thw i, H0 top for Gownor
Johueoa blng umml a tkn mttv't
nomine. WM. UrjVHn u HomlwUt,
nl dofvfltta si he turtly Vvl be
htr win be riMwganlwitUw of
thn DiorUp ,rty with Governor
JohiUM as the loader.
"""""" cempaign probably
"" "Wl riu rigat. I am
opinion that If k had bean
several monthj oarllor and the poo.
i. .m uim a caance to learn more
about him. things would have beon
hough It hotter to hold off tho cam.
J'alsn until praotUally the last mln.
ue. That was tho nollor 1aiMa.i
t uin a8d I think It wa yrons. w
Tho onglneer, who was In charge
on tho Fourth whon six woro killed
nnd many Injured, has beon nrrcstcd
Tho alrahlp "Juno But;" wins ono
prlzo nt Hammonsport, N. Y for fly
Inn ono kllomctor In a straight lino
nnd flylnsr nt a rato of 37 miles an
Tho attempt to unlto .tho opposi
tion against Brynn WHY fallon
through. Colonel Gufrey, 61 Penii
sylvanla, roplylng to tho scathing do-
nunclatlon of Bryan hns tormed the
latter an "arrogant, dcvnstat'ng
Toloraphlc nd vices roportod that tho
revolutionists have won In Paraguay
and n now govornmont boon InsM
tutod. Tho Floldlng-Snn Antonio balloon
(American) won the big moot at Chi
cago yosterdny going SOS mile li
23 hours and in minutes.
The remains of Admiral Thomas
(retired) who died nt Del Monto,
Cnl.. Friday, linvo boon shipped oast
Partlul returns from, different
parts qr the U. S. show tho cost of
the Fourth nt 3S deathsj 1429 In
jured and JC1.9B0 fire lossi
The military powors nro, again In
control In tho Japnnoie cnblnot.
I It's a Question of Patriotism
TICKETS WILL TJB ON SALB
July & 7, 22, 23
August 6, 7, 21, 22
uuuu iur ruiurn in uu days with
siopovor privuogos nt pleasure
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For any furthor Information call on
Gonornl Passenger Agent
Tlmo Curd No. B!l, Soiithern pCfl
Co., Effective Sunday, RLiv IT
ToivnnI Portland, Pnsscnger.
No. 10. 5:13 n. m. Oregon Ex-
No. 18. 8:40 n. m. Cottngo Gron
No. 12. 2:45 p. m. Roseburg pai-
Toward Portlnml, FrelRht.
No. 222.-0:00 v. m. Portlanl
No. 22C 10:40 11:2S n. m
Toward Sail Francisco, Pa.oscngcr.
u. ii j.;u. a. ra. uoseuurj
No. 17. G:4& p. ra. Cottngo Gron
No. 16. 9: Kb p. m. California ex
No. 13. 3:31 n. m. San Franclw
Toward San Fmnclsco, Freight.
No. 221.-2:43 a. m. Portland fart
No. 225.-11:28 n. m. way freight.
That is Buy Your Printing at Home!
F. W. Stiinloff left today for his
cattl ranch In Albortn. The StouR
loft brothers have ono of the boil
stockod ranches In thRt lection of
Miss Pauline Loonoy was a Salem
Mayor MoKlnnoy of Tumor had
the mlifortunte t$ hnvj a buggy
wrecked at Salem Saturday.
J. S. MoDpnald, of tho Vogot Lum
ber Co., went to Portland today to
sU a IgftnUerry crop which the
flrnt owi at Brooks.
G. W. Hnbtott, wlf and baby, left
thU tnornlug for St. Uu's. Mo., and
othor polnti, to be gone for six weeks
visiting old frlnds and relatives
Mrs. U. II. Heritage hns Kane to'
joiu her Intend at Chautauqua
the Colony quartet left thU morn
lag for their engngtwent at Glad
eton park. it U composeil of
Hlcmaor Coloay. Rmh FUld. Edna
BrowNias ftd Deeelo Coraelliu.
I. H. BOOTH IS
FOUND NOT Gl'II1 Y
OroRon Electlro Tlmo Tnble
Tlmo of arrival and departure ot
cars nt Salem Is as follows, Portland
nnd Intormndlato peints:
N. D. ELLIOTT
hone 1 243 223 S. Commercial St
CASTOR I A
i;or Infants and Children.
JM Kind You Have Always Bough!
Slgnaturo of 6X
8:40 a. m.
4:20 p. ra.
5-1E p, ra.
8:20 p. m.
C:00 a. mj
9:05 a. to?
11:05 a. to
1:45 p. m?
G:00 p. mJ
CORVALLIS & EASTERN
No 4 I
Loaes Dfjtrolt 1:00 p. a'
follows, commencing Jan. 16, 1908'
Trairu for ConalUs.
ki - fV TUhtr int.l,. , ., '' lf
The oni cah drug s.ore In Ore-!
KOU. OU'M U, nna r.,.I ... I
In. ..-. ti ., "- """ """ "O 0!1 ntl'AS
...in., uwri uoou. ex-jteelvar of It; earrlos large stock- it. hivJ
the ItMrturg land oftlce. was found oounta n,i iJ T' ' Vht4Y.M-
TS ?0t 8TJ' r 8,V,HS 0Ht '"formatlon'wlth drug,, m Jic Tot"ong 7
tiri iVVf r.$S00 fr0m pr.ck: articles, win., 'Z oS '0 .!
8tarthl LA: KrlUbs Jry In Federal Judsa kinds for mcMn.i L.i".Qf !U .
WOlVOrtoa's eonrt In n.n..... ..' o..... . i-uwiwi. ur.
.... " '"'iw nmr.oiuuo is a rosuiar mHimu
Jurymen after they had deliberated tloiu aro fro, pZT:
and had twice free, and nnv M..i .... .
como buck to the court room for a medicine. D' s tlTTL PhT ?I
a dollboutlon of six hours. This de- lolne. and has had many years o?
?"" Ml wrt' by thePerlenee In the practice.' o" ?.
long and earnestly
ro-readlug of the in.rii. .. .u v., Z... ll. lu".caa
court. .-. w iuc - " -uB ore, saiem, Or., from
6 in the morning until 9 at night.
weaves Albany 7:55 a. vl'
rrlves at CorvallU . . , . 8:36 a.at.
Leaves Albany . . . 3:55 p. a,
Arrives at Corvallls ... 4:35 p. hi
Leaves Albany 7:45 p. a!'
Arrives at Corvallls .... 8:25 p. at
Trains for Albany.
Loaves Cirvallls 6:30 a. bl'
Arrives at Albany 7:10 a.
oavo3 Corvallls 2:15 p. -
Arilvos at Albany 2:65 p. vs.
Lenves Corvallls 6:00 p. bl
Arrives at Albany 6:40 p.au
No. 11 (Sunday only)
Loaves Corvallln 11 :15 a. a.
Arrives at Albany 11:58 a. a.
No. 12 (Sunday only)
Lenvos Albany 12:35 p.a-
Arrlvos a-. Corvallls .... 1:18 p.a.
For further Information epply W
Portland, Oregon, June 17.
Coramonclng Juno 22nd and until
further notion tha tnUnwlnrr trilS
service will be In offect on the lint
of tho c. & e. R. R. between Al
bany and Yaqulna, dally except Sun
day: Train No, 1C Train No-'
Leave Albany 7:45 a.m. 12:40p.m.
Arr. Yaqulna 1:30p.m. 6:30p.o
Traln No. 15 Train No.i
Lv. Yaqulna ..2:15p.m. 7:00a.m.
Arr. Albany.. 7:00 p.m. 11:55 8.0,
On Sundays tho service will be
Lv. Albany 7:35 a. m.; ar. Yaqulo
11:40 a. m.; It. Yaqulna 6:00 p.
ar. Albany 11:30 p. ra.
6-23-6t Gen. Pass. Mal