., Ttnr nsXQOS. TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1906.
DAILY GABCtAI. J0UXXAL, SALEM, oraw.
iDAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
BY HOrEK BROS,
Publishers aad Proprietors.
a i iM m "WIM
EXECTIOK" DATES TO BEMTTMftTTR.
Canvasaiag votes for Dominating
state aad district candidates May 5.
lArt day for filing nomteattng peti
tions for comity offices May 19.
last day for filing certificates of nom
ination May 5.
General election Juno 4.
THE OEXOON CAMPAIGN.
It Trill pay some of the Oregon po
litieal leaders to earefully analyze tte
""Will the support aad inflneaee of the
Booscvelt administration be gircn
heartily t the Republican party ia
Oregon I The turning down of the
bosses at Portland in the organisation
of the sew state committee most cer
tainly be pleasing to the President.
IT IS ORATTTYDTQ TO THE
CLEAN, DECEIT TiTirTMKNTS OF
ALL PARTIES THROUGHOUT THE
STATE AND ESPECIALLY TO THE
Dr. Withyeorcbe is well liked all over
the itate. His personality is all that
ould be asked. If he proves a strong
campaigner he will surely win.
There is a marked tendency to dis
regard party lines," cansed by the at
titude of the President, and Chamber
lain will BBdonbtedly commend Boose
Chamberlain will profit some by this
but there are many Republicans who
reseat this kind of a campaign aad
-will not be influenced by it.
THE PACT THAT WTTHYCOMBE
IS NOT A BOSS-BIDDEN CANDI
DATE WILL HAVE A TENDENCY
TO WIN HIM A LABOE INDEPEND
There are three other Democrats run
Tjing for state office who are strong
men, and have political aspirations.
Gearin for Senator. Hailey for Justice,
Galloway for Congross, a well as
Chamberlain for governor, will bo ask
ing for Republican votes.
Now it is far easier to trade off
w'eak Democrat on state, district aad
county titVet all-over, the state for
-one nan ft the tiiket in -1002 than it
will be to trade votes for four Dem
ocratic candidate in 1009.
Unless the Chamberlain workers will
play fair with Goaria, Galloway and
Hailey there will be trouble in the
camp of the Democracy. WHICH OP
CHAMBEBLAIN'S THBEE RUN
NINO MATES IS TO BE SACBI
TTCED? That tier can all .urreed ia a tronj
BpuL!iean tat h mt of tb qaeetioa.
It is certain: that liaaraa fr U.
senator has a straag fMtawiag In tW
IVmoeraUc party. He ha al sap.
porter Ik la fttpaMlt, Loaac aad So
Baaxa Is a ardent a champion of
Xoatevatt ae Caaatberlaia. He pro
pee Raasoralt's lo-electioa.
On IV S. Mwatec the Uat will be
the support aad eadomateat of the
lUoserelt admiaifrtraiiea ia Oragoa
Every paragraph, lia aad word of
Bourne's program tiaglas with progrc
ivf Kootctelt lUpabHeaal.HK.
THE ISSUE ON SENATOR WILL
BE SQUARELY FOR OR AGAINST
ROOSEVELT POLICIES IN THE U.
S. SENATE. '
Bourne h made himelf the active
champion of wwotera Koesevcltian Ro
jmHUrabiMu. His election m senator will bo the
irM. dtstlaetlvely nti-aaprntiae
i.tor in Oregon. So far a the i.-i-
between the people and the groat
truta aad corporations are eoaernd.
llouroc ttandH dally with Ho4rlt
and against extension of corporate in
fluences1 over the V. S. senate.
Under these circumstances, and ad
mitting the facts and issues as stated,
can Gearin defeat Bourne in Oregon
on a square contest of principles in
volved! THESE IS BUT ONE AN
The political battle will center tip
on two men on the Republican ticket
Witbycombe anl Bourne.
FREEDOM PROM BOSSDIM IN
STATE ADMINISTRATION. BOURNE
REPRESENTS AGGRESSIVE MILI
TANT PEOPLE'S REPUBLICANISM
IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE
VERSUS CORPORATE CONTROL
AND TRUST DICTATION.
On these two issues alone the whole
Republican ticket deserves to win aad
will mean the redemption of the party
from machine rale and its emancipa
tion from plutocratic domination.
A REFORM LEGISLATURE.
Of coarse, there ought to be some re
forms in the manner of conducting the
Some will say that because The Jour
nal editor tendered the people his ser
vices and was left off the ticket HE
SHOULD LEAVE REFORMS TO
OTHERS. NOT SO. That does not
follow. Reforms mas: be brought
about and nd man's personal interests
transcend good government.
In the first place so reforms are
possible at the. hands of the grafting
element of any party.
There was not a siagle reform eon-
tended for by the editor of this pa
per that Is not just as badly needed
as though he were on the ticket, AND
WILL NOW BE JUST AS ENERGET
ICALLY CONTENDED FOR BY HIM
OUTSIDE OF THE LEGISLATURE.
It makes little difference by whom
reforms are brought about or put into
operation, so long as the people get
The votes east for the editor of The
Journal were east, not for him person
ally, but for reform principles which
INDIVIDUALS ARE BUT CHAN
NELS FOR THE EXPRESSION OF
PRINCIPLE. Good government de
pend on ao one man's success or fail
Tea years ago the state tax levy
was down to three mills. Last year
it was over six mills. It should be
put back to the former figure and
there would be a better state govern
A PROGRAM SHOULD BE FORM
ULATED TO WIPE OUT ALL DI
RECT STATE TAXES an 1 make everv
department of the state government
elf-ustaining and revenue-prokicing
THAT WOULD BE SIMPLY BUSI
NESS. The old scheme of going to the leg
islature to got a odt created, or to
get a federal appointment, or position
for relatives, ousat to become obsolete
It i barbaroas poiiiioal premutation
nd commercialiaed cannibalism.
Of 9" mm j3i V
Look at Our
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GREYS are by all odds the most
stylish fabrics this spring. There
will be grey in everything men's
andwomen's suits alike Fashion
has already bowed to the decree,
We are showing you a splendid va
riety of fashionable shades of grey .
Quaker Greys, Gun-metal Greys, Twi
light Greys, and a score of others.
All new, fresh goods made up in latest
These garments embody the style,
quality and workmanship that proves
them the product of a high-class
r - t 0 Q. a" Baltimore 99
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m f- C i
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Is a phrase in itself a sure guaran
tee of satisfaction. These splendid
suits were made to our special order by
the famous Schloss firm. You cannot
realize how much this means until you
see the garments and compare them
with" other makes at the same price
A habit ii farmed thravgh repeti
tion of the Mm act. If yon wtll
eeicaan to lay away a tertata Ham
Mry wk, and ketp faith with
yrf, ye will few farmed a
habit Uat it worth vaaMthUg. The
fruits way bo gathered . M ago.
or in tinM of noed, and' may pew
of Bctold benefit.
Saving deposits f 4alkr or
more received at any time. Intrtit
paid at the rate of three per cent
per annum compounded wl-annu-ally.
Capita NatkMial Bamk
Opoalng Textile Exposition.
Tonreoiac. Praaee. May 1. The ia
teractioea! exhibition of textiles aad
allied iadattrie, which is held aader
the patroaaga of President Pallier
and the Preach gmreraairat. was open
ed here today. The exposition, which
was formally opened by President Fal
litres. Is the largMt aad most complete
fpeeJftl exaJbfcton of its kind ever held
aad wilt adabtedly attract many
taoaadi of visitors. It will reamia
pea until September SO.
Toarcaiag aad its neighboring cities.
Koobalx aad Iille. all titaaied U the
Department da Xord, an so close to
each other that they may be consider
ed a oae large city f nearly 000.000
inhabitants The Department dn Nerd
with Us 1470,000 inhabitants, is the
wealthiest ia Prance, paying, a It
does, one fourteenth of the total tax
ation, ami having a badget saperior to
that of som ot the samller Baropeaa
The dutriet of TMrcoiag, Roabaix
and LiUa is for textiles and mw other
iadasiriws unquestionably the most Im
portant maaafaetariag district of
Praaac, having a constant seed of
American prod acts and geods. The to
tal commerce between the United
States aad Praaee, as shawm by figures
compiled by the baroaa of statistics
of the department of commerce and la
tor, amounted, ia the fisoal year 19C5.
to about el 6M90ft.
The oxposittea iachtdes the most in
ttHiag didy of the varloas pr
asd in the maaafaatare of tex
tile pradmcts aad allied iadasirle-s, ma
caisety, for Keam, c4etrieal and hand
or foot Mwr, anxtUiary machinery and
applianees ud in spinning or weav
ing, maohiaery aurd in varioas mechan
ieal and electrical indastrlcs, cxhibiu
eoaacotcd with sooial economv and hv
gioee, cto. France. Germany, Great
llnttia, the United States and nvanv
sauller ooantric of Europo and ether
parts of the world are- represented In
machinery and appliances for harvest,
la-eludes, particularly, electrical ma
chlnery and appliances far the carrtst-
$1 L and
I J up
We specially Invite you to see our
Spring Clothing, and make comparisons
We will gladly show you all the new
shapes and styles. Single and double
breasted suits in a number of strik
ingly handsome models; Greys, Blues
G. M. Johnson & Co.
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If afflfll' "H
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vt ann aaamaj aaaana ,
yaaa , kj ,
MG&KiLnct "R . SlVri ZmM
iuper loon Trill V.v i
in buvinz von t,.j tTt
a -- -au w.. 1
store that ha ,.... 3
the best quality, ul,
-" w X1UT1HI.
That you want t.,lj
der thai he has tiit l
Salem that put npia.W. VT.'fh
jars, and he will girtTj-C10891' 1
T? t i WaVasol'
Upplcy s Pcrfe1". and.
"plo. ' '
Vhich is guaranteed U man.k'H'
wholesome. It d itirs a ?&
, . , (donof?
can be depenje on. C- '$
use it. oao
INSIST ON GETTCOII 0itf&U
5 the boat
ing, shipping, packing and treating z
the raw products, especially wool arl
cotton. Special juries will award the
large number of diplomas and valuable
prizes ofTered by the French govern
ment, the city of Tourcoing and the
eharaber of commerce.
Quickly at Home
Why Suffer Agony Any Longer When
Yon Can Get i Quick, Sure Cure
For Your Piles by Simply
Sending Your Name
Trial Package Is Sent Absolutely Free
In Plain Wrapper to Everyone
Sieimcra Pomona and Altona leave
for Portland Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, at 10 a. m. Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday at 9 a. m. Leave
for Corvallis Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday about 6:30 p. m. For Albany
daily except Sunday about 6:30 p. m.
M. P. Baldwin, Agt
Brick furnished in large or small
quantities. Pressed brick made to
order. Yard on State street, south or
SALEM BBICK YABD.
A A. BUBTON, Pup.
- yyfZvH Waal
-2X l Alba
ii m i hi ri nlaM.
Sargeoas themselves consid
masont CBro of piles by a
operation as very doubtful. nd resort
to it only when tho patient has beeimo
desperate from long continued pain
an-1 agony. But the operatbn itself
Is every bit as excruciating and nrve
rackiag as tho disease. Besides, it is
haailiatiBg aad expensive, and rarely
Tho jvonderful Pyramid Pile Cure
makes as operation unnecessary. You
oaro yourself with perfect ease, in
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Pyramid, Pile Care gives you instant
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flammation, aad takes away all pain,
itching and irritation. Just a little of
tho treatment is usually sufficient to
give a permanent cure.
Pyramid Pilo Cure is prepared in
tho form of suppositories so they can
be applied directly to tho parts wiib
out inconvenience, or interrupting
year work In any way.
We ar aendin? a trial treatment
free of charge, to every one who sends I
nama and address. We do this tof
prove what wo say about this wonder
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After vou havo tried the sample
treatment, and you are satisfied you'
can get a full regular-sized treatment
af Pyramid Pile Ctre at yoar drug
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send as the money aad we will send
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Send your same and address at oaee
for a trial of this marvelous quick
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5393 Pyramid Building, Marekall, Mich
Is interested when meat from my store
goes on the table. They know they
will have tender juicy meat that Trill
be a delight to eat. Just try us with
vour next order
E. C. CROSS,
State Street Market.
f Gold Dust Flour I
Made by THE SIDNEY POW
ER COMPANY, Sidney, Ore-
9 goo. Made for family use. Ask f
your rrocer for It Bran and
ahortz clwaya on hand.
i P. B. Wallace
BEST OP EVERYTHING
GEORGE BROS. Proprs.
Phone Main 196 .State Street
Of eoarw yju pay your raoaey.
Bat yon get yoar maney'd worth,
Per what does money mean to you
When Rocky Mountain Tea's
Dr. Stone 'a Drug Store.
I MOJJEilS" 1
I HAVE just
ments. You are
invited to call
and look them
FOj.St rooaa hoRM
Or Oal? in Soatk Salem
Patronise Yoor Home In
dustries and keep yoar mon
ey at home.
Not a new business, hat the old blade
smith, wagon aad 'paint shop of Jaeob
t Arthur very-much eslarged. Wo irt
prepared to do all Uada of fancy p&l&t
ing, sign painting and, buggy, earrUge
and wagon painting; repainting and re
pairing furniture and musical instrs
menta. AflraV-elae9 painter essployed.
Light and bevy wagons and baggie
on hand and saado to order. Work
tailed for in any part of the city d
returned free of ehargebyO. W. John
or William Creea.
JACOB k ABTHTJ5.
Phone 1153 Main. 22 K Frost Bt
When You Greet
You sboull aliriys tt el P$s
and well dresicd aaJ im I3
immaculate ia its snowy P'
exquisite fsish. Von caslffSWgent
way coastsstjy. aaJ it sHe
you hare it Iinalriel at tit Z to
SAlEil STEAM LATCH
Colonel. J. Otasteid, Prc Kh
Dorus D. Olnstead, Up.
Phone SL WlaW &
. V.. hilXi
TT-i . va- inmiK i
a certainty w ;- - -udl
--- (a Ml-
prices you can au.g
fail to get oar o
near B. r. ep"1- .,,
. i .ition of 1
1 nave a gouu -of
cedar screen doors UdW
CtLar atock of ill
Lawn and Field Fcnr&
250 Court St, 3
I A. L f RASER PM
fnrmro Wnrb Hoicr -A RitUrCntr Work of & t
Estimates Made and Work GiiaraMeeJ
Murphy WkState St
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