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I W. ikw,. iMiM, OREGON'. WEDNESDAY, OCTOIJER 12, 1010.
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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
E. HOFEH, Editor And Proprietor.
tidoj jartwu Nswipaper Darotod to American Prinolplee and
the Prorp and Oorolopoment of All Oregon.
fubllshcd Brcry KTenlns Rxccpt Sunday, 8lem, Ore.
SUBSCRIPTION KATES.
(lnrarlablr in Adranco.)
Dally, by canlor, por year 18.00 Per month..,...'!'
Dally, "7 stall, per year.. ..., 4.00 Per months Mo
Weekly by mall, pr Tear,..... ... 1.00 Six monthi .......Ko
Bunion I
. , CAN HAWLEY PULL THROUGH?
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Congressman Hawley can only.be elected.by the loyalty of
Drograssivo Republicans,
If Mr, Hawley losss the Insurgent vote of this district he
will have no one to blame but himself.
B, F, Mulkev, who was in the field only about a month
came near beating Mr, Hawley for the nomination,
Insurgency is growing and Mr. Hawley should meet the
issue.
The people of this congressional district are slow to act
but thev might turn aeainst Hawlev the last dav,
His refusal to say anything for the progressive policies
that were the1 sole issue in the campaign makes his condition
perilous.
Before it is too late he should put himself right and save
J.L! J!J.' l t ' j 1-. P i.
mis uisinci Trom going 10 me Democrats,
In a letter to the voters of this district, published today, Mr,
Hawley says!
"If re-elected I will continue to support effective and pro
gerssive legislation for the general good."
This general staetment will satisfy rock-ribbed Republi
cans, but is not stronKi-clear and to the point
In his public letter Mr, Hawley "does not declare himself for
the Uregon plan of electing senators,
He still tans to go on record tor statement no. une or
against Cannonism.
But Mr, Hawley takes a stand for some progressive policies,
and helps himself a little,
He mildly breaks through the mist of Standpatterism like
an autumn sun breaking through the clouds.
Whether the Progressive Republican voter will visualize
him sufficiently to vote for him on election day is the
question, .
His talk for lower tariff and new rules for 'the House is not
specific and positive, and must be made stronger.
The average family pays twenty cents a week sugar tariff
to make millionaires, and wants positive relief,
Give them the other barrel, Mr, Hawley, and -save this dis
"tnct from going over to the Democratic side of the House,
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WILL CELEBRATENESMITH DAY.
Jt takes a long hard struggle to bring a new county into
existence, ,
The people of Nesmith county have been twice before the
legislature,
They were turned down and are now before the people by
the Initiative.
Saturday October 15th has been set apart for Nesmith
Day at Cottage Grove,
There will be a barbecue and special trains and music
and money raising.
The Commercial club has arranged for all the merchnats
to have special sales,
All theextra profits made on that day will go into a fund
for Nesmith county,
There is a general. feeling that one new county will be
created this year at least.
No man' with 'any pride in the history of the state will vote
to turn down Nesmith county,
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THE POWER OF THE RECALL.
There should be no important officials with power to tax
"io .people or make laws forthem not subject ot the Recall,
lvweiy uiuuuuing a pennon tor tlio recall ot an official
is a check upon possible wrong-doing and stops grafting.
Circulation of the petition for the recall of Mayor Hiram C,
Gill is under way,
The petition is worded similarly to that used in the recall
'of Mayor A, C, Harper, of Los Angeles,
It declares that Mayor Gill has shown himself incompetent
and unfit; that he has abused the appointive power by select
ing, for personal and political reasons, men personally unfit
for the offices for which they appointed: that ha has wlmllv
failed, refused and neglected to oerform his dntv iw nnW.
ow
MA
GETS GREAT
RECEPTION
MAKING A WHIRLWIND CAM
PAIGN, IiA GRANDE MEETS HIM,
HALE WAY AM) HUNDREDS OK i
'ENTHUSIASTS, HEADED HY
HAND, 1'OilM DIG PAUADK.
Loss of Appetite
Is loss of vitality, vigor cr tone, -.M la
often a forerunner of prostrating dis
ease. It Is serious and especially so to
people that must keep up and doing or
get behindhand.
The beat medicine to take for It Is
the great constitutional remedy
Mood's Sa.GapanESa
"Which purifies and enriches the blood
and builds up the whole system.
Qpt It today iv usual liquid form or
choiolatfd tn fli-' . called Sarsmabs.
Li, Grande, Ore., Oct. 11. Union
county's annual fair broke tip late
tonight with a wild enthusiastic chor
us singing "B-o-w-o-r-m-a-n," ac
companied with band music, all a
fitting climax p a"stronuous half dny
which Jay Bowerman spent herc.IIo
arrived In La Grando at nobn and
was hurried to the Palmer mills,
whore ho spoko for a few minutes to
a delegation of interested mill men.
Then he was off to Perry, and there,
too, he shook hands with and spoke
to a large crowd of laboring men.
At G o'clock he met with the O.
It. & N. shop crow for a few minutes
earnest campaignlrj?. Finally came
the crowning hour of his stay in La
Grande, when he addressed 2000
men and womon at tho fair grounds
building. The conclusion of his
speech was the signal for a wild out
burst of enthusiasm.
With old Itepublicans leading, a
serpentino was done down tho Mid
way behind the band, school children
falling in with tho chorus. "Bower
man" was on the Hps of hundreds.
Then, too, over 1000 mot him person
ally and shook hands with him.
Bowerman covered the various is
sues of tho campaign, pointedly
sliowed tho interest "boss" Bourno
has In the campaign, and that
Bourne's Interest Is entirely selfish.
Ho spoke of the necessity of the peo
ple insisting that tho primary law and
statomont No. 1 and all other peo
ple-made laws bo allowed to stand
without change until changed by tho
people thomselves, and pledged his
most earnest support nlong these
linos. Ho called attention to the ne
cesslty of a public service commls
Silon, created by law, that will regu
late- tho gas, electric and telephone
companies. The question of good
roads was covered at some length by
tho speaker, who furthor showed it
was bettor for all concerned to have
tho convicts omployed at road build
ing Instead of working for a private
concern, making stoves.
Ho told of tho long fight in tho
legislature In passing tho railroad
commission law, and tho important
part taken by him in securing tho
passago, of this statute. Tho largo
audience gavo Bowerman tho closest
attention and frequently interrupted
him with enthusiastic applauso.
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Your Problem is Solved
f it is in Regard to Holiday Gifts I
CONVENTION j
HDLMQ 5AIITU I
i m mo ssi i as
W. C. T. U. BEGAN ITS SESSIONS
YESTERDAY WITH FINE AT
TENDANCE THE BRILLIANT
SPEAKER MRS. MARY HARRIS
ARMOR TO SPEAK TONIGHT.
JOHN A. DIX
BITTERLY
ATTACKS T. R
A goodly number of delegates were
in attendance at the state W. C. T. U,
convention, which began its sessions
at tho M. E. church yesterday. The
whole state is well represented, dele
gates being present from nearly every
portion of the state. Yesterday was
principally given to the preliminary
work of the convention, appointing of
committees, reports of officers, etc.
At the evening session a number of
addresses of welcome were given by
representatives cf various interests,
that of President Hotnan, of Willam
ette University, being especially not
able. These addresses were respond
ed to by Mrs. Henrietta Brown, of
Albany, In a happily worded speech.
The various county presidents were
introduced to tho 'audience, and sev
eral told briefly of the work in their
own field.
The program for today Is chiefly
given to department work, but the ev
ening session, with a diamond medal
contest, and an address by Mrs. Mary
Harris Armor, of Georgia, will be es
pecially Interesting.
While W. C. T. U. has had many
fine speakers among its workers fo'r
a number of years after tho death of
Miss Francis E. Willard no ono was
found who could approach her in
platform power. Of late, however,
a Southern woman, Mrs. Mary Harris
Armor, of Georgia, has taken a posi
tion on tho temperance platform
which Is said to really equal that of
tho illustrious founder and leader of
the W. C. T. U. organization. It Is
only because of a personal friend
ship between Mrs. Armor and Mrs.
Ada Wallace Uuruh, the president of
the Oregon W. C. T. U., that it has
been possible to secure Mrs. Armor
for Oregon. Sho will speak In tho M.
E. church this evening and tomorrow
afternoon. Mrs, Armor has tho fire
and fervor, which is tho peculiar gift
of the Southern orator, and Is little
less than marvelous In her power over
an audience.
It is -often hard
to thinlf just what
"she" would like
i We have tried to
solve this pro
blem for you.
We believe that f
this year we have J
solved for you
one of the most
perplexing ques-
tions "what shall J
I get for him?' J
FOR LADIES
FERN DISHES I BRASS, SILVER
AND CUJP GLASS.
SEWING BOXES.
MANICURE S17TS.
HANDBAGS IN LEATHER AND
CHAIN.
JEWEL CASES, WITH SPECIAL
COMPARTMENTS AND PATENT
LOCKS.
BEAUTIFUL TOILET SETS OF
POSITIVELY EVERY DESCRIP
TION, IN SILVER, EBONY, ETC.
THE ALLWON MANICURE SET, IN
CLUDING FILE, SCISSORS, OR-
ANGE STICK, SALVE, POWDER,
ETC., ALL ENCLOSED IN BUF
FER. ENDLESS VARIETY OF SOUVENIR
TRINKETS.
BEAUTIFUL NECKLACES.
BREAST PINS, RINGS, ETC., SET
WITH ALL THE PRECIOUS AND
POPULAR STONES.
CUT GLASS AND SILVERWARE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
AVE HAVE EVERYTHING IN THE
JEWELRY LINE A LADY COULD
WISH. THE FOREGOING AR
TICLES ARE ONLY A FEW SUGGESTIONS.
liitf the criminal laws! t
rat ho lias permitted Seattle to be
come a home and'.rofuge for tho criminal classes; that his
continuance in office is a menace to the business enterprise's
and moral welfare of tho city,
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BILLS WE SHALL VOTE FOR.
If we were a smooth politician we would not be telling people
Jiow we were going to vote on the initiative measures,
But that is just what we are going to do on those we mw
made up our mind to vote for,
We are going to vote to create the county of Nesmith.
V We are going to vote, for the Home Rule Amonlment for
cities.
--We are going t5 vote for the Employers' liability act.
We aro going to vote to protect the fish in the Rogue river.
For jury verdicts in civil cases by throe-fourths vote.
For the support of Normal Schools to oduoate public school
teachers.
We will be glad to vote for some of the new counties when
yve are shown that they have tho proper size, wealth and pouii
lation,
VYS ANY MAN OCCUPYING A
POSITION OF AUTHORITY WHO
A TTA C ICS THE OOUIt T S
SHOULD BE REGARDED AS V
PUBLIC ENEMY.
Ayefs Cherry Pectoral
1840
unitrji rneae uussn wieb.i
Now York, Oct. 12. Calling
Theodora Roosovolt tho "apostlo of
discord and dlssonsion" and charg
ing that he Is 1U110 to disturb busl
1108 to tho verge of panic, John A.
DIx, Demoorntio nonilneo for gover
nor of New York, virtually opened
his campaign here today with a
speech ncceptlng formal notification
of lila nomination.
The new loader of the New York
Republican forces was scored in
blistering terms by DIx.
"Any American occupying a posi
tion of authority and having tho
public ear, who assails the courts,
should he regarded ns a public ene
my and should he branded by rea
sonable men." sold DIx. "Alroady
wo have ample proof or his ability
to disturb business and create n con
dition of pnnlc. If ho Is permitted
to weaken nnd destroy the power ot
the supremo court and substitute
the president's for tho people's will,
all the saorlflcoe of the founders of
the repuhllo and all the blood shed
for its preservation will have be mi
in vain and we shall see In times of
peace a dangerous disturber bring-
lug destruction to a free people I
against whloh all the forces ot tin
"World iu arms can be hurled vainly." :
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
become famous for Its cures of
coughs, colds, croup and Influenza.
Try It when in need. It contains no
harmful substance and always gives
prompt rollof. Sold by all doalers.
FOR GENTLEMEN
TRAVELING SETS IN SILVER AND
EBONY.
CIGAR BOXES.
CARD OASES.
CIGAR CASES
BILL BOOKS
CIGAR HOLDERS AND ASH TRAY.
SMOKING SETS.
INK STAND AND PAPER WEIGHT.
SHAVING MUGS.
GENTLEMEN'S BRUSH SETS OF
ALL KINDS, INCLUDING FOLD
ING COAT AND HAT BRUSH.
CIGARETTE CASES.
BAG TAGS, KEY RINGS, POCKET
STAMP BOX, MATCH SAFES,
BOTTLE OPENERS, CIGAR CUT
TERS, ETC.
ELKS' CARD CASES.
EXTRA SWELL LINES OF SIGNET
RINGS, CUFF BUaTONS AND
SCARF PINS FOR MEN, ALSO
TUHQUOIS, MATRIX AND OTHER
POPULAR STONES FOR THE
SCARF PINS.
BIG LINE OF. FOBS, WATCH
CHAINS, ETC.
YOU WILL 1 IND HERE THE FIN
EST LINE OF PRESENTS FOR
MEN EVER SHOWN IN SALEM.
Come in and See Our
Christmas Display Table
11 s
1
jeweirv
Corner State and Liberty St.
St
ore r
tMMttlttt nmttiiitiiH)()M()H)))))t(T
Enormous crcpa of hay havo been
harvostod along tho lower Umatilla
river and Butter creek.
The Demon or tho Air.
is tho germ of LaGrippo, that,
breathed in, brings suffering to thous
ands. Its after effects are weak
ness, nervousness, lack of appetito,
onorgy and ambition, with disordered
liver and kidneys. Tho greatest need
thori Is Electri" Bitters, tho splendid
.tonic, blood purifier and regulator of
stomach, liver and kidneys. Thous
ands have proved that thoy wonder
fully strengthen tho nerves, build up
tho system and restore health and
good spirits after an attack of Grip
If suffering, try thoni. Only 50c.
Perfoct satisfaction guaranteed by J,
C. Perry.
I Capital National Bank f
Capital $100,000
Oldest National Bank in
Marten County.
DIRECTORS:
t J. H. Albert. Pres.
E. M. Cr Isnn, vlco-Pros.
Jos. H, Albert, Cashier,
John A. Carson,
Geo. P Rodgers.
Cnpt. Rognrdiis Again Hits the
Bull's Eyo.
This world famous rifle shot who
holds tho championship record of 100
pigeons In 100 consecutive shots is
living at Lincoln, 111. Recently inter
viewed, ho says: "I suffered a long
timo with kidney and bladdor trouble
and used soveral well known kidney
medicines, all of which gave me no
relief until I started taking Foley's
Kidnoy Pills. Before I used Foley
Kldnoy Pills I had severo backaches
and pains In my kidneys with sup
prossion and a cloudy voiding. On
arising in tho morning I would get
dull headaches. Now I havo takon
threo bottles of Foloy's Kldnoy Pills
and feel 100 pjr cent better. I nm
novor bothered with my kidnoys or
bladder and again feel like my own
self. This 1 owe solely to Foley's
Kldnoy Pills nndnlwaya rocotnmend
thoni to my fellow sufferers." Red
Cross Pharmacy (H. Jorian )
WILL START FOR EUROPE
IN A BIG BALLOON
Atlantic City N. J., Oct. 11.
That he would start for Europe In a
dtrlglblo balloon wns announced to
day by Wnltor Wollmnn. WollmBU
said he would begiy his flight elthe.
this afternoon or tonight.
Honrsouess iu a child subject to
croup is a sure indication of tho np
psoach of the dlsoase. If Chamber
h In's Cough Remedy is glyin at once
or oven aftor tho ordupy cough has
appearod, it will prevent the attack.
Contnins no poison. Sold by all
dealers.
It Is in time or suddeu uilihup 01
accident that Chamberlain's I.I til
uient can be relied upon to take the
plaoe of the family doctor, who can
not always be found at the moment.
Then it Is that Chamberlain's Lini
ment Is never found wanting. In
oases of sprains, outs, wounds and
bruises Chamberlain's Liniment takes
out the soreness and drives away the
puin. fold by all dealers.
Men&WomenX
B & WMBifQ for ud natural! 9
S . g AV- l''HniuUon. Vrt
EfT CiB '"'liadom or ulc.ralluot ol "
aJDi uit mtmbraiiaa. I'alulw.
j 'A OuiautaaJ Dot to itrlcturi.
g,'1 '! coulagiun.
B'TJPaI . 8"w h DrurtUIa,
ftV. botii, tall i
For More than Three Decades.
Foley's Honey and Tar has been n
household favorite for coughs, colds,
and ailments of the throat, chest and
lungs. Contains no oplutes, and no
harmful drugs, uofuse substitutes.
Red Cross Pharmacy (H. Jermnn)
PortJaocfs Popular if ire-Proof
Slotd
THE OREGON
The Mouse of Comfort Combined
Wilh Elegance
Our Rathskeller Grill finest dining service in
city, with Hawaiian orchestra from 6 to 12
p. in,
Most perfectly furnished, moderate priced, '
modern hostelry in the metropolis of tne
.Northwest
WRIGHT & DICKINSON HOTEL CO.
Owners and Managers,
AIeo Operating Seattle Hotel,- Seattle
JUDGING I1T APPEARANCES
Of course everybody does that and
Laundry Work can't be Judged anj
other way. Everything subjected te
our artlatlc treatment comes out
dean as a polished surface, as clear
as crystal and as bright as a sum
mer's day. Artlclfs washed propt
ly last twice as iong and look twen
ty times better thhn goods badly
iaundrled. We make cheap iabrU
mesquerade for something better.
SALEM LAUNDRY CO..
Pheiie 23. 13fl.lfio SonUi Llln-rtf .
I
ww. . t " p7 , u, . D,aaQCT wouwe. urinary Irregularities.
Foley 8 K.ar.ey TUls pur.fy the blood, restore lost vitality aafl vigor. Refuse substitute.
RED CROSS PHARMACY.

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