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DAILY OAPI M JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1007. - DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL ' HY IIOFEK DUOS., I'iihINIkth and 1'roprlctors. bH 3 BUUSOItlDTION KATES. Dy Mall. , Dally Journal, ono month .... 3Bo Dally Journal, thrco montliB ..$1.00 Dally Journal, ono year ...... 4.00 Wookly Journal, one year .... 1.00 IJy Cnrrlor. Dally Journal, por month .... 60c Smiles Tho Amlrowfl saloon at Doulah cnught flro Saturday and was do ntroyed. The whiskey was tho host in Malheur county, hut wouldn't burn, That Mayday breakfast was not sorved In open-work "flwlns-checso" nhlrt walBtH on Willamette campus this morning. Teddy Is hIIII In'tho imddlo, with .Tonatlinn Dourno holding tho stir rup. Tnft Ih coming out of tho woodfl nt a right Hinart rate. Tho people aro roady for a I'ruHldont nhout tho fllzo of Grovor Clovulund. Thomas I'oulsoii, of Portland, wni ohnlrmnn of tho Slate Grango legis lative commltleo. JIu Ib regarded aH n careful man, and computout to tell tho truth. Following Is 1Mb roport on tho U'llwii hill amending the Inltln tlvo and rul'orondum law: "II. H. 123, a hill for an act to carry Into ef fect tho Initiative and rnforoudum provision of the coiiHtllullon. This hill WAS AIMWHKNTLY, WHEN' FIIIHT INTItODt'CKD, INTENDED TO I .Wit HAH K THE HENEEIT TO THE IWCOI'LE of tho Initiative and Toforondum, by providing for n bot lor dlHtrlhullon of all such lawn among tho puople, It waH twice re forrod and unloaded, and as assid Increases tho oost of tho uho of tho roferuudum and Initiative to tho pooplo ho much as to virtually pre vunt tlio uho of hoth, Hoth tho Initiative and referendum Willi IIH ALMOST UHEIiESS TO THE I'EO 1I,E I'NTIL THIS LAW TAN ' HE HEI'EAIjKDi or so atueudod as to do nway with the cxcosslvo cost at tached to tho uho thoroof. It Id, In my opinion, a deliberate and In this I nat a nno successful attempt to de prive the people of their jtiKt rights." If this kind of comments on Hro. D'Hoh'h work koop up, ho will have Bomo explaining to do at tho Hood Htvor meeting of tho Stato Orango. Dot ho will ho there and mako It all right, and hecomo chairman of a tiommltteu to draft a now hill, llo Is a smooth talker, don't you forgot It. o Womloiful Kcciuu Cttrr. "Our llttlo hoy had uozonm for llvo years," wrltoH N. A. Adums, Henri etta, l'n. "Two of our homo doctors wild tho oaso was hopeloss, his lungb helng affected. Wo thou omployud other dootors hut no hoiiotlt resulted. l)y uhauco we road about Electric Hitters; bought a hottlo and boor noticed Improvomont. Wo continued this medicine until several bottles wore used, whon our hoy was com pletely ourod." lioat of all blood medlulnoH and hody building health tonics. Guranatoed at J. a Perry' drug store. 50c. o Br tb 9 I Kill'J M " Alwrs to3" HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. Congressman Meekison Gives Praise to Pe-ru-na For His Recovery. ...t-t-t-t-f-t-f-fll-,la,a'',''''''4' " -L OXFORDS Mvcryuouy wm uo wanting Oxfords for the nc they aro certainly the most comfortable nnd ji.f "' ' H known. s,arto7 Bcm,. 4 fca,! 15 ln 1! the . I Oxfords in Lace, Bluchcr and Mutton styles, Hibbo Wo lmvo nn Immense nssortment of Oxford arc now m vogue. ' IW i Oxfortls for Men, Women, Boys, Misses and CliHd and widths. T1.ttt,; n Oxfords iot Everybody Cool, comfortable nnd ensy Ox fo'rils Oxfords mado on honor nnd sold on their merit. Leathers, making nnd styles abso lutely correct. CONGRESSMAN MECKISON PRAISES PE-RU-NA. Hon. David Mcoklson, Napoleon, Ohio, ox-mombor Kith and With Congrcsacfl, writes: ... i .r hnttua nt Dnrttnn unit I fuel areatlv benefited , ww a gwrm vr imrii ciLim uuiiiba w .--- w . . thereby from my catarrh of tho head. I feel encouraged to believe that If i uae it a short time lomicr I will be fully able to eradicate tho disease of 1 thlrtv vears' stanamsr."uavia mccmsan. I " - fcjwiAJVVVNAA ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE: Mr. Jacob L. Davis, Galena, Stone county, Mo., writes: "I have boon ln bad health for thirty-Haven years, nud after taking twolvo bottles of your Poruna I am cured." Jacob L. Davis. If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from tho use of Poruna, wrlto at nncu to Dr. llartman, giving n full statoment of your raic, and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable advlco gratis. Addrcjs Dr. llartman. President of Tho Ilartmon ttaiiltarlum. Loliimbiis, O. ROLLING UP MORE PETITIONS Referendum Work Pushed Paris of tho State in All VALLEY CITY WILL OIL STREETS CAN DRAW CHECKS. . . Cheoklug accounts tumble folks to deposit tholr moaoy ami ro colve a passbook, against those aougiiutti thoy aro permitted to draw ohaoks. Ohtaks may bo given to parties for such sums an desired, thus avoMluB froquout trips to tho bank. It Interested call and soo us. Salem State Bank L, K. PACK, VrUmL K. W. MAXAKD, OuMt, Mr. Patton, of Mnolaay, was In the city today to ill lumo rofwrondum ptttltloiii for the Stato Grange. H had over U00 namos to tho potltlous, and says, while tho Grano Is olr- culatlnK only tho froo pass and ar mory potltlonB, thoro Is inoro Inquiry for tho University referendum than for any others. The Capital Journal Is In rocolpt of many lottors from pooplo In all parts of tho stato supporting Its work In demaudlnK tho referendum on some of tho gigantic grafts lobblad through tho legislature. A. D. Loodoy, of Canyou City, writes that ho socured 40 slgnaturos In ono day nt John Day, whoro tho county aupor Intondont stated not a man would sign tho University roforondum. Ho says: "Every porson to whom tha petition was prosontod In John Day signed It, nnd nearly all expressed a Btrong desire to vot on tho quos tlon." A proinlnont man from Newberg writes: "1 have almost 100 names, and thoro aro othors working. Tho . frlouds qj, tho Uulvorslty ought to bo willing to lonvo It to tho majority of the pooplo. If thoy objoct It shows to my mind that thoy think tho bill i was nut through by fraud, and that tho noonlo know It. I believe that whon any law Is passed by tho logls laturo. It ought not to becomo a law i until It Is voted on by tho pooplo, j and placed on the ballot without auy ! furthor cost. MEN'S OXFORDS AND TIES $3.00, ,$S.50, $1.00, $3.00 WOMEN'S OXFOKDS AND TIES $1-50, $2.00, $3.00, $1.00 CHILDREN'S OXFORDS AND TIES 75c, 00c, $1.00, $1.73 ACCORDING TO SIZE Tho Footwear you buy hero will look well, feel good, nnd cause you (o come ngnln for' shoes. l SALEM'S BIG SHOE STORE OREGON SHOE CO- THE SHOERS mmmmmKX3'?Joa Class Spirit on tho Campus. A llttlo clnss rivalry was shown on tho enmpus this morning by tho stu- donts of tho Wlllnmotto University. This stunt was not officially an nounced on tho May day program, but It was onjoyod nono tho less by Uiobo who woro fortunato enough to nttond. Tho second years aro jUBtly very proud of tholr class, and Just to show somo of tho other factions e: tho studont body that tho nrons" aro loyal to tneir tho gallant knights on both sldo looked as though thoy wcro about all In, nnd many a pnlr of peg-legged trousors wore mado to rip and tonr ln vnln to got up tho tree Growing Aches and Pains. Mrs. Joslo Sumner, Dromond, Tox. wrlteB, April 1G, 1902: "I havo used Dallard's Snow Llnlmont In my fam- llv fnr fhrnn vonrs. I WOtlld not bo 18 Hi : - -- , ions without It In tho house. I havo ubcu rniors'lt on my llttlo girl for growing pains thoy climbed tho largo cotton wood' and aches In hop knooji. I haw also ln front of tho 'varsity and suspended used" It for frost bitten foot. lth tholr banner from tho highest twig. ' good success. It Is tho best 1 mlment Tho third yonrs Immediately took vor BU- - " """ yi,VVi fim chnllnntift to tnko the line down . oO'u u- J- Ir TO EVERY WOMAN Thoro comes time wheu a medlcluo Is needed to tono up tho system aud It is then that 8ho will appreciate a few doses of tho famous HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS During tho past 5 years hundreds of sickly women havo used tke Hitters to tho exclusion of alt other rem silos because It cured them of Htacl?, lluliiur ulbi 1MuktM. CrH. il.Li ..i. TiuMMUoa or 1 '"T" u ,-r-r, - - - - fteMO'viMM. xry ihi. wr- '(Iudopondenco West Sldo.) mooting of tho hiiBlnoss men of tho city was hold Saturday night to discuss tho proposition of oiling tho ittroots for the coming sonson. The mooting was well attended, and much Intorost was manifested la the project. Mayor Paddock pre- sldod and tho discussion of tho sub ject by thoso present was all favor ablo to putting oil on tho streets nt as early a date as arrangements can be mado for so doing. Tho host method of application was dlscussod somowhnt, but In rogard to this the commlttoo having tho matter In charge will bo govornod largoly by tho oxporloncos of othor cltlos that havo used oil. A commlttoo composed of A. Hus ton, W. L. Dice and A. Mooro was ap pointed to ordor n car of oil, and wore glvon authority to procoed with arrangements for collection of funds, nnd tho placing of tho oil on tho stroots. A compensation of $3 p"or day for actual tlmo rnnmimmi by tho commlttoo In doing tho work was nutnorlzod. Tho car of oil will bo ordorod at once, and it win im hut a short tlmo until It Is applied to tho streets. Mayor Rodgors, of Salem, has un dertaken tho project of oiling tho stroots of Salem on his own initia tive. Ho has orderod two cars of oil for tho stroots. trusting to tho pro grosslvonoss of tho buslnoss Inter ests to como through on tho propo sitions. Tho application or oil was tried on tho stroots surrounding the court house squaro last season, and tho experiment proved very satisfac tory. Tho ollod streot was dustless all summer, nnd needed no sprink ling, but tho sprinkled sireots wero dusty within an hour nftor sprinkling with water. Tho odor of oil was much lu ovldonco tho flrst week or two, but soon becamo not so offensive. o and a largo- hoBo hitched to a hy drant was brought Into piny on the mon up tho tree. Tho members of both clnssos soon rallied to tho fray, and whon tho roporter loft, for four of boliiK run ovor. blood was flying In many directions. llrii'f Filed in Locks Suit. About a yoar ago L. R. Stlnson and J. G. Graham, of tho Salem Commor clal Club, cnllod on tho Orogon state olllclnls. and -jiskod thorn to begin Qr.vn.-nl nt unit in rnllort ton nor COnt Of til freight nnd fares col.cMl uenerni Electric Comput uc City, for the (itnedt of tit i school fund. Tho suit was brought bTtiiM noy-ge neral anl throm (A i murror by Judpj Fruer oil It Is now bcfoie tbe uptwi on appeal brief, bulnj Wl by A. M. Crawfjrd.MaCl nnd Win. P. Lord, FttderidTJ man and Wirt Minor i?par I Goucral Electric Cotrfpuj. -o -i A .Nnrrow Ewf O. W. Cloic. BBlMll Plunk,Mo.,bad8MrroTi yoars ago, wheihertaij Into his thumb. H7i. tnr wanted U aoapaUti ft would not consist 111 of Bueklen's .rnlC4 Silu cured the danierow at J. C. Perrrt 'W CLOTHES FOR MEN If you will come here and critically i amine our showing of D!oLv LIM IUJ 9 ." - I Ready Tailored . It Mtibol .Utor Croy. Pittsburg, May l.Mabol Oilman has arrived In town. Tho metres avoided tho reporters and was whisked to hor uptown apartments, and It Is said that ske la dtgua. May 7ta was glvea i tae 4ay set fee ker warrlaie to Core Clothes" sq You will find that they are i not onlv oerfect in every de ll tail, but unquestionably the ji greatest value to De naa m the city for men and young men. Prices, $8.50 to $30 "Robert Best $3 Hat on Earth." Don't forget the larger Assortment we show in hats, proof, sun proof. Prices $1 .50 to $5. V ,- ' I) 7i AHc Woolen Mil MM mmm JwWOTi J WOr.