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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1008.
9 OCIALIST COUNTY CONVENTION IT UP A TICKET .. au, EXISTING PAR- Z ,vn DECLARE FOR THE T1W a" .flEBStflO6 PWKOIPLM- iJSff ADDRESS TO THKPBO. oFMAniON COUNTY. Tti Socialists of Marlon county .Mfd a ticket and adopted a ,forn 8 follews: Ticket. L rfpresentotlves L. D. Ratlin, e Hwmer, f. j. uoou-uuuBu. . .. -j r A nhnnnl. (tStelnDumerauu v. . v.i ftr coantjr Judge u. '. "amp. for iherlff-T. Y. McLolIan. ror derk-L. k. nan. Tor recorder J. P. "Wlsner. rr treasurer n. It. Fyan. fK school superintendent T. C. For lorvoyor T. V. Walt. Fk asieasor T. J. Clnrk. For commissioner R. F. Meyers. ' Platform of Socialists. Ii Socialist party of Marlon coun U contention assembled at Salem, pa, March 28, 1908, ap ijh cleclorfl of Marlon county Kwperato with us In tlio great tof brMglng about a condition in A irorv citizen will hnvo an pal opportunity with ovory othor tn of life, liberty nnd tho pursuit iijplncss, and to this end wo 'Vt the following platferm: tidec'aro ourselves In sympathy the great International movo- toward the emancipation of tho i!tc of our time, and condemn pidual Invasion nnd restriction ii rights of suffrnco by tho cnpl- fVJc cass, who aim to tnko nway mres tho right of tho workor to 'j or voice In public nffnlrs. I endorse, tho state national nnd nttlonal platforms. ft nncqu vocally ondorBO tho ik amendment to the constltu- f Oregon on equal suffrage. It hasten tho establlahmont of M eo-operatlvo commonwealth, wo i tn county nffnlrs, tho Ini- E'n In direct vote of tho poo- i;l ih" pub'Ir ownership of all Ik ui ti. s ditch an wntor works, '''f light p'antB. streot rnlhvnys 'phono nxtftna. iro opposed to tho me of con- obor In competition with othor Wo condemn ns Inconsistent I "lacere the position or the old which oppose child labor In fpatfornis while unhofdlng tho K'uivo system which renders tobor necessary. re in favor of electing all our P' rounn. Mate and national U by direct YOtft nt Mm nonnk alrocat the election of precinct wrs H who are In mpatby with Principles, we invito vrnir honr. operation " flns of .Marlon County, Republican nnrH- Ic, ,. H this lmi hv thA to .i r of that fo,m 0f tyranny " EQVPrnmont u.. ,, HI I ' IMJUUU- nil lj n narK- nt nino..f..,n. 'ilatinB always for tho stands nr.minM.. - fj. " """MWUfclJ iU i "ry and onnrasstnn a executive officers are ever Democratic party, led by a BOHava the Impossible task to ? bck th wheel of ovolu- dav8 of Individual effort J. erM1 competition, is neces- aiV-T, Mre- To vocato 4hoo? ,0f commrc!ai8m to r 'oe vari0Ug stagea of d(j "'"HI it aoln .- ... . i;f. - vacuus mo u D,jt stesmanshlp, but KoBbUon ,arly ,s mere,y k ersi tre f he branchs Qt th0 4i. vf .i. weo h, alow-dying of all the higher aspira tions. This Is capitalism. There muBt bo n, vast army of dependent peoplo at Its bnso to support It. Capitalism debases manhood in ev ery walk of life. It Incites to graft; drives men to dishonesty; forces women to prostitution; hobs child hood of Its right to decent physical, intellectual and moral development; and Its appeals .always to the Bclflsh and barbarous Instincts of man. It deprives vast multitudes of our peo ple of the right to llfo-llberty and tho pursuits of happiness, nnd fills tho land with tramps and beggars. Under its deadening spell the worker's wholo tlmo must bo taken up with his "dinner pall," to tho ontlro neg lect of tho higher ambitions of life. Socialism offers emancipation. Its goal Is the co-operative common wealth. It would so nationalize In dustry that all men und women would hnvo a chanco for life. It stands for itho right of every man to work, and to have tho full valuo ofthls toll. For tho equality of women with men in business, social and political' llfo. For democratic management In all business and governmental affairs. For pensions for tho aged nnd In firm. For condltloiiB that make possible tho application of the golden rule In business affairs. To theso prlnclplo3 wo Invito tho earnest attention of 'every man nnd woman, and lny upon tho conscience of ovory voter their support nt the polls. o FItKK LANDS FOR TWKNTY KAMILIKS open land will depend on tho loca tion, and nlBo depend on tho deter mination of those chosen to repre sent the settlors and myself, and must bo satisfactory to all concorned or tho dCBlgn will not bo accom plished. The first twenty families among tho flrBt applicants that organize that are of respectable character and evince n disposition to energet ically enter upon tho business of homo building that send their repre sentatives to mo, will bo tho flrBt Bervod, and If tho experiment shows that It is likely to provo a success, will ithen attempt tho location of nnother body. Respectfully yours, ' R. D. HUME.' List of, applicants sent on request. -o A LARGE . . EXPRESS ROBBERY WAS PKRPERATEI) 11EOAUSE A MESSENGER ALLOWED A FRIEND TO RIDE IN HIS CAR. Tlic Salmon King of tin- Rouu Riv er Mnki'H a Further Offer. (United Press Leased WIro.) Kansas City, Mo., March 30. Of ficers today visited tho home of O. A. Bailey, tho WcIIb Fargo express mes senger murdered In his car on the Santa Fe yestordny. They sought for tho murdered mnn's list of his mil road acquaintances who nro now out of employment. Tho olllcers are convinced that tho murder of tho messenger, who was slain with a hatchet, and tho robbory of the-express safo was tho work of n railroad in tin, more than probable nn ox-mcsBonBor, owing to tho famil iarity of the man who did tho Job with tho safes, keys and markings Receiving so many Inquiries con corning his proposition to locate home builders on his lands In Curry of tho ncknBC8 NothIng ,n tho cur county, ir. nuniu uus issuuo uiu ..- or th(J 8ftfc8 WM dlBllirb0ll oxcont tho lowing clrculur: n,onoy nIllj jOWolry packages. "Tho proposition I mnko Is to, ThQ ofllcor8 nr0 convIncod thal furnish twenty fnmlllea with' twenty I Dn,oy wng bofrIondinB Bomo ncqunln. acres of land free for five years, and tnJCu by ,oUuK h,m r,do ,n h,B cnr give eucn lamiiy a cow, n p.B, uu:nnd thnt tho ,tttter( whoa tho m03 ilnMiiti fMiiln l. nil1((lnn (a Mill ' .. n dozen fowls. In ndditlon to thlt, Honger's back was turned, hit him In they nro to have tho further uso of I tho hoad wUh th0 ni0M0ng0r.8 own tho land for fifteen years additional hntoUott took tho mto k0y8 from tho upon payment of tno yearly rental of two ncro, and nt tlvo expiration of th.it tlmo tho Inntl to bo appraised by ENTERS A HOTEL CALLS A WOMAN TO THE DOOR OF HER ROOM AND TEARS A HAG FROM HER ROSOM CON TAINING DIAMONDS. '!t7f r 8UBda (or a il tte-ii,; or profit rkWtt. 8 rcllow nm. must 'ioetah, V 80c,aod owner-"nSCwIthpri- !Ud Z B of Pr4vate In !.. ?ropert. aa hla only each t uw lor eaon J f RocketHer. each Mor- PWe "u "usn a thousand - uieiy, and the i.iAWB ..u )deHd nmn'8 pockot, nnd nftor nffoct- dOllai'S POT I,,,, .in ,nl1inf 1nnnlnn frnm Iia train nt Newton. Tho ofllclalB refuse to atnto what Ulolnterosted parties at values i bawd J tho robbory nmounted, to hut it Is oil mm or unimproved innua m wmt bolleved Tho-aum wnsTnTgo. A' ro socClon of iho state, and upon p.Vwnrd of ?1000 has boon offered for mnt of tho price to receive a deed tho capturo of tho murdoroPi thcroforo; or an nrrangomont mnyi Q bo mndo whoroby tho tltlo may pns nt nn onrller ditto to those who aio DADDCn ublo and lolro to lenvo bofor tho.ULIlJLI oxplrntlon of tho tlmo montiouod, thoy will hnvo tho prlvllogo of trans ferring tholr lonso to nny roflpootjOblo family who will occupy tho premises und tho partloso whom thoy trans fer will succood to nil tholr privi leges. No enloons or llquor-solllng establishments will bo pormittod, nnd restrictions ngnlnst such will appear In tho contract. Standing timber nnd the use of a sawmill will bo given to provldo luinbor for such Improvements ns are desirable. '.Free pasturngo will bo furnished for a cow for each family. It Is desirod to locate those faml Hos contiguous to each othor, that thoy may havo tho benefit of a schoo and church, a,nd to provent mlsundorbtandlng and disappoint ment It Is necessary that theso fam ilies shall organize as a body before locating and select somo of tholr number to visit tho lands and re port on the quality of tho land and the prospect of tho success' of tho enterprise. While I bellove In 1 n dlvldunl indopondent development, tho location of families In' a new sec tion, whore the creation of homos must begin from tho baro ground It la ossentlnl that such settlors must work together until such time as they have construoted their places of abode nnd provided for tho loca tion of their families. I would not accopt the responsi bility f moving families to tho sec tion whero tho lands are Uunted, 'with any chance of tholr being dis satisfied, thoreforo I Insist that somo persons In whom the parties lave confidence shall visit tho section and bring back a report to tholr friends; which If satisfactory, I shall be ready to complete tho transaction. Tho land Is situated near the mouth of Roguo river In Ourry coun ty. Oregon, and, the survey of tha Coast Railway passes through the land. Tho construction of thla road ha(J begun prior to the panic, but was suspended at the crash. Whe times Improve there Is no doubt It will be built. I have a small vesse' which plys botween Portland and Rogue river or from San Francisco to that point Tho land will raise any crop or fruit that grows In Or egon. The amount of timber 1 ,.- - Vy HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. HimiiiiinnniHiuii Tl I White House Restaurant For ItegalAr J 25c Dinner at 20c f Tbejr can't be bt McGHchrist & Son Frofrtoattt. New Spring Clothes for Men Here are the new "Harvard" models, with genuine style in every inch; observe the natty, clean-cut hang of the trousers; note the full-chested effect, the long sweeping lapels and graceful coat-lines! These are the two favorite Spring models. As usual we are first to show them. Tho popular Spring shades nro, Groy, Green-mixed, Oltvo, Elophnnt Drown and Tnn. Horo they are all In pro., fusion. A selection of tho finest cloths nnd designs frnm tho famous Schlosa mnstor-tnllora. Como and soo thorn. $18, $20, $22, $25, $28, $30. Como nnd pick out your selections wo will ro aorvo them. G. W. JOHNSON & CO. 141 Commercial St. jimimiiMnmmn MMMHilllHIHIlllllli ' W OOUKT gTMWT. i Call and try tlbM. Mtfttaf. f alto turaiiB ntm rtry reaaoBJble. AT Salem Restaurant I MEAIS 15c wsistsMMessisastiit . STATEMENT NO I I further stato to tho peoplo of Oregon, as woll as to tho peoplo of my logislnttvo district, that during my torm of olllco I will nlwnys voto for that candldato for United Stntos senator In congress who lino re ceived tho highest number of tho people's votes for thnt position tit tho gonoral cloctton next preceding tho olcctlon of n sonntor in congress, without rognrd to my Individual proferonco." From tho Direct Prlmnry Law. TIuvho Are the Republican Candida ton Who Take the Above Statement. HAL D. PATTON; Salem, WALTER C WINSLOW, Salem. x HENRY J. MILLER, Aurora. ; O. L. HATTEHERO, Sllverton. , A. O. LIIJREY, .Teffersoii. f whoat, M.80(TJ$C, tU; clover, llO )?1C 3 (United Press Lasad Wire.) San Francisco, March 30. Every member of Chief Dlggy's detective squad Is today searching the city for the robber, who, after beating and gagging Mrs. L. A. Palmer, proprie tress of tho St. Roso hotol, and at tacking maid In his flight, last night stolo money and diamonds valued at $660. Wearing n falso moustache, gog gles and a black slouch hat, after the manner of a Btage brigand, the robber knocked at the door of Mrc. j Palmers room, as sue opeuou u he grasped her by tho throat. "I'm 'a desporado." tho robber whlsperod. Mrs. Palmer was not unnerved by this remnrk. Sho fought back wltl; all liar strength until tho robber struck her full in the face. Aw she fell he caught her head and effectual ly B"bbuu "Ul. HUH IU IUIU UllOii i her waist and seized a chamois bag j containing diamonds valued at $600 j and $60 In money. Leaving his vie-1 tlm In a semi-conscious stato, be rushed out of tho room and encoun-, terod Edith Berg. She grappled with him. but was soon ohokod and thrown j aside. Mrs. Palmer Is on the vorge ' of norvous prostration today, o- SALKM MARKET. liocal Wholesale Market. Eggs 13c. Duttor Cronmory, ne doom teh 3035c Hens lie; mixed chickens, 10c. Local whont 8rJc. Onts -10c. Ilnrloy $20, Flour Hard vnlloy, $1.00. Hny Gheat, $12 por ton; timothy, $14 Onions 3c. Hops 01d,iyj2HC! new, Oajc. Casoara nark 3 to 3g. Mohair 25c. ' RhiaII Mnrket. Onts 45o por bu. Wheat $1.06. v Rollod barloy $31., Eggs .15 c. Butter Country, 25o; 36c, Flour Valley, $1.20 pr bard wheat, $1.40 $1.60. Bran 90c por sack; $28.50 per ton; short, $1.20 por Back. Hny Chaat. $16; cloyor, $15; cheat, 85c; clover, 75o per cwt. Livestock. Hoes Fat, $5.00. Stock hoga $4.00. Cows Top, $2.50; fair $2$2.ri0 Steers Tops, $3.50; fair, $2.75 $3.00. Veal Dressed, 5 7c. Tropical FrnlUi. Bananna $6, Oranges $2. 35 2.50. Lemons $3. 50 4.50. Portland Market. Whoat Olub, 83jt vafle,y, 83c; bluo stem, 85c. Poultry Hons, 13 14c; ducks, 16 C 16c; pigeons, old $1 per dpz. MlllstuffBron, $24 Hay Timothy, valley, $17 $18; alfalfh, $12 $13. Vetch $14. TORRID ZONE FUNARCE iHhnimi h tj tn i'i 1 1 1 ijs ELITE HOTEL f Restaurant aad hotel, on European plan. Meals at all hours on short order. Regular dlnnor 25 conts. Thirty new ly finished furnished rooms. E. ECKKRLEN, Prop. 148 Commercial St. "Illl , t.M.H M-M-f4-i j HOTEL OREGON Oor Seventh nnd Stark 8t. Portland's New and Modern ; Hotel. Rotes $ I per day and ; up. European plan. Free Dus. j WRIGHT.WGKINS0N HOTEL CO. Proprietors j4H H IM H I I I I 1 II I 1 IIM The I Horseshoe Restaurant I oreamory. aack; CB ISaH aBBBBlBBBlaVBfaBBISB E jBaaaaLaww HLHaVB K-'Hla'''9aXaH .BflHIIBSy RSEiiBSSSSi i Q1 Jaaw?anuaBlrlSSSSSIJ 1 OT eHaIBaKeeVKeBHaB eaBBLVHaV1 333 Stnto Stroot. t I) haa opened undor tho formor I ; ; old mnniigomont. : Best 20c Meal in Gty , , , , a a : : McKENNETII HOWARD. Prop. : : The abort- cui represent! brick lined Torrid Zone Furr. Guaranteed gas, smoko and dual proof, Economical and durable. A. L. FRASER 2fl8 STATE STREET. Estimates furnished on heating Strong and HeaHh Poultry WSm4K SPRING SHOES Shoos for summer wear. Just re ceived. A big shipment of tho latest stylos and shapes; men's, boys', la dlou and children's. TonnlB shoes and light nhoej. Easy nnd comfort ublo house sllppors, Jacob Vogt :M5 State fitm-t. Salem, Orcgo 1 . . flf you feed Coulon'a Improved Mash I Egg Food It Doc tho UusinewB. Mr. E. 2. Chamberlain, of Clinton, Maine, says of Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. "It does the business; I have ued It for piles and It cured them. Used it for chapped hands and K cured thorn. Applied it to an old sore and It healed it without leaving a scar behind." 25c at J. C. Perry's or, drug store. Your hens will be cackling over rSHlGNESTER'S PILLS i'" !!a" r7 II. uu.mil. yy I lliw hjwuiu wv..i. .www. ZXtiiiM&i I You will help yourselves and help us IMi V. '. II liny it -mir v W - TIIC 1UA11I)M UUAN'tl, 'k(lw.tr,IMi,M prvvrUt. A-K"IIM:lV.Tr.O ItlVSlo.MI l!AM l'LI.. Ml yt.ct kMAniU(.u,ta(nt Ai-tnYtiU" SOlDBYWrlWiKTSEVEWWIfj; AT- you do your buying in our lino from UB. Good literature on poultry raising free. TILLSON & CO. Phone 131 arir ytQizSftyA f IJOI I IQYfrR'X i Rocky Kfiuntain Tea Nuugels 1! Brf.siOoji9aHitiiaiRiv SALEM WATER COMPANY X Mc f T CVmtlnati.n. .Iction. U. ",-Ur" " JVV zJ? wwlKilcyTr..iio!M. MmpU livwo;, l.ir OFFICK CITS' HALL. For water arri apply at oc. GOLDEN N'JGCETS FOil SALLOy PEOPLE TN. TUB BEST ROAST HUM FAMILY KVKK HAD Can bp obtained from our arisa tender and Juicy beef, sauttoa r pork. All our eaU aro aelaateel from tho choicest, and prepare $c the table to ault the eleaMiida ef a faatldtoua. Oar prlcea are lower far quality than you can lad at aa plac lo Salem, K, c. OROI0, rfcw m.. at ttM m. t .1 M