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DAILY OAPUTAI JO0BXAL. 0ALXX. ORWW1T, SATURDAY, MARCH 91, l&OS.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL W. KOFJtK, JBd. Aft Pre. .M.H .,,! .! ..II.HI.H Hill I .. .! ! ..IMIUMI.I .1 ni- ttgiNBssss1 1 amma-h tt4)tuAmAs iHiit sWTmuii mhI Jrtliwflnt af AH Ores. a ,t ., I'wfcWiMd rwf JtwwlBf Kzeft 8on1r, B!a, Ore- f?JHCTirTKW KATBS. (taTriMy in Aifrasce,) s aMft trf cantor, jer r''...-'-.W rr mofltb....-.oc IMtr. H MMHtwr rr- ....-,..., 4J Pe Ofit........afo Wtaklf, Vf MMkll, fer jr.r.M.,..,.M.l,G0 Mix montht ....,60o - - .jii.m.1 an a f -i i ... i ii IVr e itreiiisaes f tHicribrs raeh delivery Bess r - 1Mm4 t Uh Mlairtwi fteeeo At IS cents per moath, f 1.69 for tars Asytaai Store, F. 0. Do Voe ft Boa, Asylum Avouuo Junction. Carllst), Seventeenth street, o A. W. Lane, 3ardon Road store. . Dam's More, Alex, Due, isttb Cotasaerelal street. . fflectrkt Store, CM. Eppla, East State street. Fair draunds Storo, Harrison Ds, Fair Grounds Road. Howell's Corner, Twelfth and Cross streets. O. K, Grtteery, A. A, Eagles t, Twelfth street. "Wkttttr't iter, W. D, Whwer, Highland avenue. Yew Park fttor , T. Q. Bower ox, Twelfth and Leslie. Biliousness Dull headache, furred tongue, yellowish cast to the whites; of the eyes, sallow skin, offensive brtath, are all signs that the Brae needs a doae or two of BEECHAMS PILLS SV ftrerywW. 10- " W.UI.IIgMllgMli. AX OHMQONIAN EDITORIAL .ATMHOWH A SIDttLfOHT OK THM ACTION OF TMK MARION COUNTY CONVENTION Senator Oourfi, our reports from "Wash I Hit ten Inform Hit, who has active' supported Senator Fulton's resolution authorizing tho depart wont of Jtisttco to prosecute wits TOK THE RKCOVRKY 01" It All OAI) LAND-ORANTS, . linn wrltton r latter to tho attorney general, in "which ho espresso strong approba tion of tho position of tho depart ment In resisting tho propoHori amendments to Bonntor Fulton's resolution; nddlug, howovor, that If tho equities of Innocent purchno.ra could bo prosorvod ly tlio amend ment without Jeopardy to tho govern mont'a onso such nmnndmont should bu Incorporated. HE ASHURKH THE DHPARTMHNT IT CAN COUNT ON IUH SUPPORT IN FORCINU THE RAILROADS TO COMPLY! "WITH THE TEHMH OK THE GRANTS, ANI HTATEH THAT HE "WILL HEM' HEC'tmi) HUOir HVIU HKQVKNT LKOISLATION AH WILL AFFORD KQU1TAIILE RELIEF TO Vl'KCHAREHH IN GOOD FAITH VMOM -THE -ORANTEE -COMPA-NIK. Orogonlnn Editorial. Tho nliovo editorial should bo brought homo to ovory man calling hlmsolf n Ropubllcnn, and ho should roHllso that Alio day In pnst when it county couvontlon ovon can bo indlf forcnt to a profiling offleor who la a corporation nitont. IH IT ANV WONUER THAT THE HKI'URLICAN XX)UNT CONVENi TION l'AlLEO TO ENDORHE OUR DELKOATION FAILED TO E IDENT, AND HIDER A MOTION TO ENDORSE TAW. WHEN THE I'ERMANEVr CHAIIUrAN WAfl AN ATl'ORNEY XiV THE HARRLMAN CORPORA. TION? a legislative ticket bound hand and foot to corporation interest and a corporation program. WHEN KAY STEPPED OUT AS TEMPORARY CHAIRMAN THE SLATED CHAIRMAN WAS PUT IN, RUT IT WAS aXK) LATE TO RE STORE AND CARRY OUT THE MA CHINE PROORAM. Dut Adams did prevent any en dorsement of the present administra tion by having tho ptntform commit too bring lti a blanket endorsement which mentioned RooacvoJt as "last but not lonst." CHAIRMAN ADAMS ALSO RI FUSED TO PUT A MOTION TO EN DORSE TAI'T FOR THE PREHL DENOY. Thuo a muzzled convention, four flftlis of whoao dolcgnton at heart arc for Taft and at henjt uphold Roobo volt, was mndo to bow down to tho wilt of tho Harrlmnn ngontB. Tho Orogonlan paragraph contains tho key to tho wholo situation. Tho Salem machlno. WHICH HAD REC- OM.MlfS'DKn A HARRIMAN AT TORNEY FOR UNITED STATES DISTRICT ATTORNEY, dooB not uphold tho present delegation In Its light to cancol tho Innd grant that has lioeji uulnwfmlty wlthholdun from tho people No wonder tlieno mnohlno politic lana who hnvo allied thomuHvcs to tho corporation Intnrostn did not vnnt any opon dlsouBHlnn of tho Ibhuha of thin campaign, No wonder they nrp ufrnld to come out In tho opon whoro tho poo plo can uco thorn and lay hnnds on thorn and call tuoni to account. Their ways nro dark and If thoy could havo their way THE CORPORATIONS in i mi i rim n ill mit ' I THE CHURCHES f HI IH II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 ! 'viimtniru'!?!?-?' W()rr,, " TIM HlUllLIOAN No wonder they hate ths direct primary and tho dlrcot oleo'tlou of aonators. it moans that tholr bar gains to soil tho rlghtu of tho poo iiIm tn Milt iifimtfttvti l,m fwimifif hu wnll Thlt la not a pnrounl mnttor j0(. againsi tno town niiornoys or mo Ilnrrltimn aysiom. It U u mnttur of HUbordlmUliiK a groat political organ UiUlon to tho wIhIios of a corpora tlon that U violating tho laws. J V-. ,,kt ...ill 1. 1.. -....-. I -, 1 a.,... ..j ou u., win ...uu.u .i, nuuruajrii A,llUu,,.,, nr,n, for kooplHR down all expression of Count JlR0 BooU mornI disapproval of Its law es policies 1 nm,olntlld MllBlf Mp0auloy BUru,an inonopolUlHR tho public lands AM) nf ,,, a-..i r M,.ri irn. i, i. RACK THE DEVELOP- .., , , And on n show-down in tho second wart I only thrto mon nut of 22 waro wllllttKto Mtnnd for tho corporation progmm. HOLDINO MEV1 OF THE STATE IF THEY CAN IH) IT. And no one will blnmn tho country, dulKHies FOR SITTING DOWN ON THE MACHINE LEADERS who so-J loctsl tho corporation attorneys for chairman and manage nf the aon-J vtmtlou. J Attorney Lou Adams of Btlvorton vt'fta ohoson for tho temporary ohalr( maushlp of tho Marlon county Re-J publloait convention, but ho was lute J in getting In, and Senator Kay was choeu. connned In tho asylum. Can't Miss It So ninny nilmonta aro purely iiorvous alYcotiona. kay QiMiimuu the PuonRAM that you can luirdly miss which wimi tu make an order of bul-1 ft Jf y0ll .y J)p niC3' hom providing for the nomination oC, NoiTn0f It storis norv- oub ouorgy iiiiu thfough ita invigorating influonco upon tho norvous systoni, tho organs aro stranthon-. cd. Tho heart action is , bettor; digestion improv- ' od, tho sluggish condition I ovoreonu, and hoalthy ac- j tivity ro-ostublishud. AR11 YOU READY Fur 4h tlHttmlRl upportuuttW tluu will oomo tu you. iliHd rvdtt. or rady qaM l lxl tn wtts thHt If you hav h kvIhk arvoKUt vo wlU w UoWi. t4tart u iKosAHHt WW and bo For Yer Opporlwiiiiy Mouny uH deptl tu a saft savtnud bank U aa lHuruao pol icy aitttintst ftdvwrsHy. No ou tthould b wnhout thU prutotlon. SAVINIS WrAlTMENT CAHTAl NATIONAL BANK Wteptlst. Tho Baptist Blblo school meets at 10 a. m., morning sorvlco at 11 a. m. Dr. J. R. Cooler will speak on "Tho Problem That Evoryono Should Solve for tho Church." Tho nvuslc under tho direction of Mr. Chns. Roth is a featuro of our B'crvlces. Tho chorus choir contains a male quar tet, a femalo quartet nnd Boveral capable soloists. Miss Nina Bushnell as oganlst is a sufficient assurance that tho Instrumental part of tho scrvlco In of a high class. Evening service at 7:30 p. m., subject, "A Man Who Knows What Ho Will Do." A popular Borvloo, short sormon, spe cial Bongs and solos. Slrnngors are alwaya wolcomc at our services nnd wo promlflo that Dr. Comer's address will interest you, Flrwt Christian. Ulblo school at 10 a. m. Preach ing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Re spective themes, "A Church With a Great Futuro," and "Why I Cannot Conalstontnly Do a Momber of Any Other Church." Junior Christian Endeavor at 3 p. m. 8onlor Chris tian Endeavor at 0:30 p. m. Good music, easy pows and a honrty wel come. D. Errott, pnstor. United Enuigelloil. Tho pastor will proach at 11 a. m., thomo, "Pure Religion," and 7:30 p. m., thomo, "Lot, n Study." Sunday school at 10 a. m. K. L. of O. E. at 0:30 p. in. II. A. Deck, pautor. v St. Paul'. Chomokota and Church strootrf, Rev. Dnrr 0. Leo, rector. Third Sunday In Lont. Services nt 7:30 a. m. nnd 11 a. m. Sundny school at 10 a. m. Uiunl wcok-day Lonton services. All wolcomo, UHltarlan. Corner Cottngo and Chomwkctn Btrcets. Sorvlcos at 10:30 a. in., sermon by tho minister, Rov. Paul 8. Dandy. Subject of dlscourso, "Tho Second Toinptatlon. Voapors at 4 :30 p. m. Sunday school nnd Dlblo olnss nt 11:45 a. m., Immo dlatoly aftor tho morning sorvlce. Ookm Chapel. Flftoonth nnd Mill atroots. Sun day school at 10 a. m. Proaohlng at J 11 a. in. nnd 7:30 p. in. Testimony sorvlco nt 0:30 p. m. niblo stiudy Tuondny Jvonlng. Prayer mooting Friday ovonlng. Firht Pretthytvrhtn. Church streot, near Chomokota Htreot, Rov. Honry T. nabcook, pas tor. Morning sorvlco at 10:30 a. in. EvonliiK sorvlco nt 7:30 p. in. Respoctlvo nhomoa, "Pntlenco." nnd "Christ at tho Door." 8undny school at 12 m. Junior Christian Endeavor at 3:30 p. m. Sonlor Christian En doavor at C:30 p. m. Publto cor dially invited to all those services. Clirlatlnu Sclenco. First Churoh of Christ, Bclontlst, 440 Ohomokota stroot. Services Sun day at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Subject of l0gon sermon, "Matter." Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Tho Wednesday ovonlng meeting la hold at 7:30 p. in. Reading room In tho church opon oaoh afternoon vxopt Snudny. All aro cordially Invltsd to attend the sarvlooa and the road lag room. Firnt MuUhhIM U)tNrowl. Rov. W. H. Slsok will preaoh at 10:30 a. m. ou "Okteoa's Thre IUm drt." and at 7rS0 em "A Orat Woman. Dr. Hsrltage director of th oholr. -Prof. Roberts organist HWr4h litage at :U p. m. All am oerdktfly Uvltwl. OREGON VERSUS IDAHO DEBATE Japanese ExcImsIom, a LIvo QHCtIH Ir Wiicii the Whoio UhRciI States Is Interested. (Eugene Register.) Tho third debate of the Triangula Debating league, In which tho Uni versities of Orcflon, Idaho und Wash ington compete for the northwest championship; will bo hold Thurs day, March 26. On this night each Institution moots the olhor two col leges and at tho same hour debates tho same question. Oregon has two teams. The ono taking tho negatlvo side of tho ques tion will debate Washington at Se attle, while tho afflrmatlvo team wilt remain nt homo and meet tho Uni versity of Idaho In Vlllard hall. Washington will most Oregon In Se attle and send a team to Moacqw to debate Idaho. Idaho meetB Wash ington In Moscow and sends her neg atlvo team to Eugene. The winner Is decided by counting each Judges voto as ono p6lnt. Oregon won tho championship last year by dofeatlng both Idaho and Washington and her two teams will fight like Trojans to repoat tho stunt and retain her title. Tho question to bo debated this year la, "Resolved, That tho present laws rotating to tho admission of Chlneso Immigrants to tho torrltory of tho United States should bo ox nnded to Japanese immigrants." This Is a live question and tho de bate promises to bo tho most inter esting. "Whether or not tho japs should bo excluded ban been brought .in in many parts of tho country, henco wo hnvo something to look forward to, for tho argument next Thursday will bo faRt and furious. Tho negative team going to Soat tlo Is composed of Claronco Wheal don, 10. lender; Thoa. Townsond, 09, nnd 8arl Kllpatrlok, '00. Tho amrmntlvo tonm which will moot Idaho hero Is composod of . Jobso Ilotid, '09, loader; Walter Eaton, 09, and Horton Nlcholns, '10. Malinger Edgar Smith has ar ranged for a reception to bo given under tho auspices of tho Laurcan nnd Phllologonn Literary societies In honor of tho two teams and of Uort Prescott, who won tho Inter collegiate oratorical contest at Mon inouth Inst Saturday. Tho recoptlon will bo hold at tho dormitory recep tion room noxt Monday night. There will bo Brooches by tho guests, music and rofrothmonts. Manager Smltn has also arranged for special cars to bo run to tho unlvorslty Thursday night as thoro will ho an Immonso crowd out to hoar tho dobntc. gsi Kilt Spring Humor It is important, to you from every standpoint ft should thnrouirhlv rlpans vnuv K1nv4 c n .. "t "T . " '.. ::Z ', "iW" Ul autfiose. that have accumulated in it during the winter. Do this by taking; Hood's Sarsaparilla. You will feel better, look better, eat and sleep better, do your work more easjly and satisfactorily, and be in sfood condition to resist prevalent diseases and to withstand the hot waves of summer which have such a depressing and prestrating: effect on the weak, debilitated and run-down. The secret of the unequaled success of Hood's Sarsapa rilla as a remedy for Spring humors is the fact, proven annually by thousands of grateful people, that it thor oughly cleanses the. blood, gives strength and tone to every organ and function and builds up the whole system. I 8fak from experl.a r t, Hood's SamMrtiiTJr? mondatton. Fnr ..i" t"at 1 Bcnend blood purifier thl T falls. ItriwdossiuSfS udisor. I know It to bHX': alt rheum, and sUitallwSrtbS 7. . -" iuerucma i ta .,. it has no wiual. It CirM JZl Z$,, "? '6 t6w hTJ medicine I br0 f0m,d . fTl fni!lr. Mbs. J. p. Q ,r uwanwi, C1MSU Hood's Sarsapari! viil conviaco and euro whero-given a fair trial. Buy a bottle Sarsatabs pro Hood's 8raparlllft In t. I Sold- by nil drnmrtiti or .t . let form. Jfvo 4l.lentlcally juaU on wolpt olDriMbMfl the smo curatlro proportlcs. tOOdosos 31. Lowell, Mui p T u ll i Goahantbed under the Food and Drugs Act, Jnno 30, 1P03. Jfo, ' SUiM3IONS. Department No. 1. iBtato the actual pries which 1 ror theso olght outfits h i. i.u i . uu uuuuvuu. i ncrcioro Ihu W lnc nnd lminM.i u. . In tho nirotllt Cntrr nt i Rtntn. nt . " Ulffl 01 ! " " ' w " ",v """" "' withhold. Oregon, for Marlon County, Do- pnrtmont No. 1. nics cured In a to tt I Prlndtnnn. Rlinlliv Qlinn Pn titnln. TIArrn ntimon. . ' "" " -1 i. uiniaibM 11 gntrul una, vs. u. u. Asnoy, uoienunni. euro any casa of Itchlnj.l Good for Ewrybody. Mr. Norman R. Coulter, a promt nent architect, in tho Delbert build Ing, San Francisco, Bays: "I fully ondroso all that has boon said of Electric Hitters as a tonic mcdlolno. To O. U. Ashby, tho abovo named do fendant: In tho name of tho stato of Ore gon you nro horoby required to op pear and answer tho complaint filed against you in tho abovo entitled notion, on or boforo Thursday, March 5, 1908, being six weeks from and aftor the first publication of this summons, and If you fall so to answer for want thereof tho plain tiffs will tako Judgmont against you for tho sum of $423. GC, togothor with plnlutlff's costs and dlsburso monts of this action, and nn ordor for tho sale of tho property attached I in mis ncuon, vis: Lots l, 2 and B, In block 27, in Yew Tnrk Annex o Snlom, Oregon. Yopi will furthor tako notlco that Hon.'O. H.&uTfaelt', Judgo of tho nbove ontltled court, has on Janu ary 21, 1908, at chambers at Salem, Orogon, mndo an ordor in UiIb action that summons bo sorved upon you by publication, by publishing said Burn ing or Protruding Piles it t day sor money rofnnded. it AW ' ir- a ut. ni.: U prtterred-asd rnkd Robem'ct. a null iti nretontion. ddiaWr I Makei th tida adtdt LlHithal maLIJ raf ."""- vj dv orer-dmwMi rwNHt enUnred rorti. ckmttt t , 4ucm in&unsMtlos b4 sfftkh i lauiastEiowfiuew wwMtvaci went of Mdagttadi mm km iii captioned ttwoi tm i AIa sad nipphr ai W JitjfwDmggiJtJtrtfim OBERTII w It la irnml fnn nvnrvlinrtv. It nnrrftftta I stomach, liver and kidney disorder, ' ..S "i.9e In a prompt nnd ofllclont manner and builds up tho system. " Elootrlc Dlttors Is tho host spring medicine over sold over a druggist's counter; ns a blood purlflor it Is unequaled; 50c at J. C. Perry's drug store. "Dr. MIIm Nrvtn U wurth its re lr. I oUiUI P, woik. u or tana. i mmji nMrly I wlat tla m. . I lud a kaI Vy ltil st f xUt. I 4ovH Hit vat. ! eraty. OnJrty I r4kt4 up a ivir uh th hrat thtatr Uiat nul m m'm a an 4rtbiment or tn WIIm Krv 1h. I cwttoiudnl to try It and Itt h WtMtfht H U to m. I did not knaw in &nu m. , i iiau a i tut st no rU. I 9 tp, wwk. lt or tand. eraty. OnJrty I r4kt4 u th (Vrat tntntr Uiat nul ?n 4rtbiment of tn ua. 1 conoludnl to try I doatcur ia and I did bo. Aftw takiu tn botll I cul4 drv4i mvH. TUn I lxa taViRtr IV. MUoa' Utrt Cur Sad now I un work and r ut. and v told many taa benf at I tav re otlvvd rrom thct rwdic and -fai et them hava bMtn oured fcr tt tnc. I ant arty-ulna jrri 4d AKNA a. TAU4KK. LawtaUma. m . ir. Mlt Nervlna Is told sy your WlVvh v.111 cuarant that tha fkrtf ettu y,HI btntttt. If It falla, M vrlH rtfuM ur mony. HlUMs4ic4JC Klldurt.1114 OAMTORXJu. New Notnricn, A. S. Coolsy. Wallewa: C. A. Ep loy, JefTorson; Robt. L. Pollock, Portland; M. W. Goodman, Lostlnoj Jas. D. Hums. Condon. Now Corporation, WMten as WelT as Men Ar Mete Miserable by KMtfey and Dladder Traille. Kidnrv trouble preys upon the mind, dlswouraj-Mainlleieiisambition; beauty, fpx aim rnceriui ue3 soon disappear when tlir kidneys are out of order or dis eased. Kidne trouble has become so prevalent that it i mt uncuni tHOit for a child to be born afflicted with aak kiilnovB TftliAi i.. 1. 1 .......... .. ,. ,.. f v: v ... uiiiiiruHuii.ca, ii me urme scalds the HeU.r ii. when OwcbiUl reaches an ae when it khould b Able toiontn.l the tlvo weeks lu the weekly Issues of Tho Woekly Capital Journal, a news- papor of general circulation printed and ptibllshod weekly on Thursdny of enoh week at Salem, Oregon; that tho first publication of this summons Is on January 23, 1D0S, and "that tho last publication thoroof Is on March 5, 100S. H, A. JOHNSON. Jr., 8. T. RICHARDSON, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. l-23-7tw. Tho olght "bdow girls" in "Com ing Thro' tho Ryo" aro denominated by Arthur George V. Hobart as "Newport's Flora of Fashion." Thoy wear long gowns and plcturo hats, all of thorn of different models. Tho press agent said that if ho wore to m ten HICK0KT im Cough rkC iwvtmn Coughs. Col CROUP,, WK,.MCa lU.rx-n SOWTHWAT TIIOAT4lV'3 - -- iMiisa UUM.OWtii fHt fU m lhs mm 36 jNUMMe. it u rt arrlicttMl with ll net- (lraadtlw AUdhkiH Onmnanv: "T'.".'?"8 H ,e d-': ' - ---.- -ur t v as kk-Laaavr m a.a vaaBiaa- aaa tr.j . "- w, , wr. -.nv MS rlHolpa! m. KMrnath rWll. Or. 8a: h1uu tuk, liiM; inoorio- .ii-a, ,. U( WIIi u w wwt and r. I'. M0rfifcU. UurlojNMttsoR OtntMur: inconmra- td Had th Mws of the state of WaVlasto. MiMttal mook, $300. 000: attorawy In fact, Oorgo. a MUsoh, Portlaad. Oregon. o "ii COFFEE The dealing is simple. If you don't like Schil lings Best, it costs you nothing", Yr ttK' rtUmi ir B.Aan M m Aam.1 Mp abowM b towards" the treattut-i.i r the important orxa. Tht unp!eavut troHbk iadue to dwwMMt otiulitioii of the ktdMey atnl blaKtcr hu1 u.t to a habit m most eop)e &jk. Woiima as wU as men are nudennser Wc with kidney and Wa.Mer trouble, ami both Heed the same great remlv. The wild and the immediate eat of Swamp-Root is hoon reuh.ed It is r.nhi oy ss. tnaav ccut ami one-dollar (ite bottler. Youm havo a iambic bottle by mail free, also a samfUtnms.it paraphkt tU'mg all about Swamp-Root. includiK many of the thousands of tesu Qiomal letter rcxiivtl front sufferer cured. Ih writing Dr. Ktlmer & Co., Bingbanitoa. N. Y., be sure sad meatiott thU paper. Don't make any mistake, K1 reaiember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. JwUmer's SraturKoot. an.l th .t. drew, Biaghamtoa, N. Y., oa every ACRE HIGHLY IMPROVED I2acre cowMercial orchard & bearing, 12 acres vetch, 12 acres timber; on rock road, near Salem; $M part cash, immediate possession. Tils fruit-crop will pay half the price. 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