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DAILV CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, 2UI&DA1", MARCH 1, 1008
QUARTER OF A MILLION OF HORSE FLESH IN SALEM ON NEXT SATURDAY Parade On Coutt Street Begins Promptly At Ten O'clock Street Will Be Cleared of Traffic and Hosed Off As Clean As a Ball Room Floor "Elie Tirtft annual Salem Home fnlr Uio purpose of arranging and provld- iU foe nulled off Saturday and alt 6e Sine Worses In this part of the jiztji Tm .bo horo on Hint dato. A carina Vtvv wna out yontordny engag ing?! trite Htirpliis ntnllg to bo found Bn Ott 'city nnd between two and fthrttfi hundred wore Hoourod. II tn estimated that thero will be a qrxrUT of n inlllloii dollum wortli ol Bni; hurrso Jlonh la tbo city on that dat and Col. I'ago will load the grand protiuasloit promptly at 10 o'clock on Court Htreet, Tho horse men Trill lmvo thu freedom of tbu city, and Mayor llodgors linn ordered Oiu puvod portion of tliat streot unnofl every dny ntl It will bo wiishcd ns clenn iib n bull room floor Sntnrduj morning, and" nil trade Ttept off until tbo pnrade. It I the Intontlon to have It ho that ladle and nil enn win Ik on tbo wbolo street without willing their footwear or clothing. At least ton thousand peo plu will lie in the city to see the mow. Three bands linvt been engaged to furulMli iiMmle on Hint dny and All tnuiMpurtulloii Hues tcrnnt rwluc.il niton In the Balein Iloi'He hIiiiw. Reel PNtiito Men Ac). A .....Hill ilf llll. liMll Hllllll 111 f II ,t .-..... in - -, lug for tho reception of the visiting real estate men from Portland. About SO of tho doalorr. from that plneo w;lll nrrlvc In Snlcm on tho 1 1 o'clock train Saturday. They come to attend the horso bIiow and to get In closer touch with tho local men. It wau doolded that tho real estate men should uphold Salem's reputa tion for hospitality by showing Uio vlultoru a good time during Uieli Hhort sojourn In tho Cilpltul City, and to that end a committee was ap pointed, consisting of tho following real estate mutt:, Messrs. Sims,, Holder, l'olstil and Wlllson. Another cymmltteo on ways and meniiH wiih unmod, cotiHlHtlug of Mown. I.nthnm, Khmer and WlUon. Kutrli'H mill Specified ItntcH. ICutrleM wore Entries tfiould bo nndo as onrly In tho week as possible, In order to avoid confusion on show day, aad eBpoolal Btrcss Is laid-upon tho neces sity of preparing to take care of tho crowd which Is sure to bq In, attend ance. The Southern Pnclllc company glvos one and a third into from all points btwoon Eugene und Portland to Salem horse fair. Program mill KxlilhltM, Parade of all animate exhibiting at JO a. in. Premium winner parade ut .1 p. m. Awarding committee will begin Judging at 11 a. tn. Announcements will be made propmtly. iwwtoiwwwwwi'iwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwi'iwwii CARPET RALLY An annual safe of remnants from Uie carpets and lineo leum departments will take place today and during the remainder of the week at prices that should apyeal to every economically inclined Champlonehlp witiuurs will be rnnnlvml vnatnrilnv llHITUll frmil limvlllv III llwl I vlll IIU I from Aurora, Corvallls, Dallas, Sll- classes, except a one of n pir or verton, Stnyton and Woodburn. In three and four home tennis. The Southern Pacific railroad litis Paradea, Judging nnd all exhibit- granted a stock .tniiiiportntloa rate lug to bu done on business street, of one faro going, and return free, upon presentation of a cortlllcate of exhibition signed by the Kccretary of the ahow. The Oregon Olty Transportation coiupiiiiy grama a rale of $2. CO per head each wh for competing stock, of Salem nn held hint ev nlag in(thlh inte cxM-ndlng ua far as Corval- tlin rcmiiii of the hoard or unite lor mm Court street will be used as a Judg ing arena. Prize awarded in the arena will be ludlcntutl by the fallowing colors. Dine, first prize: red, .second; whit. , third. No animal deemed unworthy alull be awarded a prlsto, nor shall a prize be withheld for lack of competition BAD POLITICIANS ONLY OPPOSED TO STATEMENT I e Debauchery, Bribery, Tteason of People and Every Othe Legislative Grime In Fight to Down People's Rght to Name U. S. Senator ) one mm on the laat evening of the woman in Salem. Unques tionably the greatest carpet saving sale we have ever held. Come early and avoid the rush, but don't forget (0 measure your rooms. ? Tapestry Brussels in pleasing 1 floral and oriental designs, reg I ular 85c,now . . 58c yd Tapestry Stair, green, regular 1 $1.35' now . . SJ.00 1 Tapestry, blue and white, reg ular $1.35,now . $J.OO Tapestry, oriental design, reg ular $1.11), now . . 90c Tapestry,, regular $1.00, now .... 75c Axminster, floral design, reg ular $1.35, now . $1.00 Velvet, regular $1.10, now ' . . . 85c mmmmmmtmm"mmmm'mmmmmmm'mnmmmm -MW mmmmmm M iWnMMHHMMMaMMHHMMMHMMNMOTMMMMHMM aaaHlati ...in. u.a i.rit.l It IDA fAi mmh BWB.n.. ! T. I..lt. V.I.V7 W..V.. . vote that be rift and wiih kept mi-! mnitlv on a nar with renusylvan'a. rtWWWWIiWWWWWItWWWWWliWWtWWWWwwwolilitfcifclfcl der the Influence of liquor to de moralize lib mind and to destroy ht coiiHrleuctt. , Thlh of lthelf (oiic1uhI1 bIiowh defeat an puoiihow c tl) (leorttv C. llrownvll. )i diHtH any legitimate arnumeiu Mlfi'vi Cttiaitt No. It Do we vaufl to go lmek to IU uld rontit Xn. xiMvi nwiintun hw ben eltctwl in 11u MtlM of th I'nttetl Sialic, a nit winch Iihv lirought IiuIIuk til ifiruce Mii.l dlthonur upon mH other win,. t-iHiullnii high In their ritrfertnt Mtnieh Hiul comtmiultlw? H coHeil(l that the couKrow r the 1'iillwl Stutoe and the ttt(M ill not makft xuy elmui In Uio von!llutton of tbu United Hint tlotu for the mipport of Ute luntl tutloiu htM up. practically cUuc.ii and ntvolutlon, with the ldhlrlilg" block wllli lu women mid wine tui.l touch of high life thrown Hi on the hie. W'hHt fnlr mludl UUvu of Oregon, who kiut nny renrt for the good nuinu of this ntHte nnd Its civic virtue would cure to go back to thwe eue, MUl to this Hystem? Thero Ualng no election in Ui'7 the governor of the HtHte auivoluUxl the 'lute lion. Henry W. Corbet t hs I'nltud BUUee teiiHtor. ThU gentle- Rhode ItlaiKl and Delaware? Look down along tho Unit of nnmca of thoio who nre active This muii wm rtprMentativf f ftgulnBt statement No. 1 and hoc If tho peoplo of title eUte and took an you (lo not not!c(J thllt nearly ovory OHth to mippoit the constitution ami one of them Ig whBl u romnionly the Ihws of the stMte of Oregon, and j,,,,, R raaeh'n polltlelnn. Take yet. under the corrupting UiuuAiict ,, Bftn .. port:tui w., wnnt t0 of this old rotten machine J7tem dMh.ov igi0ient No. 1 and see ir tlilnklmr neonle of tho mute tn enn nml method of electing United thvY ... BOl .,, memi,ra nf the old c'nnle from thin, thut u thair dntv thet the Hpoclal, monlod und arlato crnllc claen IntcreKtH or the United States, Including tbo corporations In Portland. Oregon, and elsewhere in this state, nre lined up to a man United States tienatora. Such bolng tho cae. I It not wise for the com mon people of tb j state and the retothr to the method of electing ( iuhii, h meji who live mUe h greet United Mtetes eeuatore; the only wHy i list cbenge tn be bruught about Is under nouic ouch lyetem as how exists In the stele of Orogou. ftanntor lleurne whs elected United Stv.u seiiHtor In n quiet. penoenbl una inoml way. reflect lug greet rretlu upon It end upon Um people of Uu- atete of Orogou lecture tf UimiIuhiUIi t'orriiptlon. Ou tbe other Imud, ueder the old t.tutiiinr eyetem. look back to the fiiii'M of iSttfi. a contest which eon tiiei to deys Kttil 10 lUMlii. Mow iv w. u-d. lUHuy were mtUxlceUd urt tritav. uioMd the metta! aed ttoteU MitM)iig wte trotleil off, Mte n' tiougbt end eu sten.l- euceeej lp oommsrotnl life end In yotlHg ewey o the U.vera' and meiee -wmnir. mie men iu m mnctatlle wlm have got together for the self rtiepeot end ell reggtvi tor no hlghtr llinMM,e tu to destroy his duty ana ae soon a tn i Mil ,, rm,&v nt B pr ,! cXmn would be called sad be had mfi, j,iectlon of the United States soiih- li'e would leae hU seat, walk lao to, , the cloak room and get hl ?l00 In Tilel.lis ()..ms,. Slatement. paper money and eu extra J rink of (Jo Uo tne coutt,y H0(U o ovep. whiskey, and return to ooiain;ie unun,y of thli .uu and who nra tho servln; the people of a grot;sUe pltl, who Rr0 flgllUuK statemont No. In this manner and way. 1T Qooi umx -uoubtodly. but thoy Thl. Is only one Instance. Ttfera nn WIow, who ,, not kl(JW whHt le another tns.auoe of whet a ntau'f mmUir riOV9rnmmt n,1UH nml who ote oH that tttKh,t wTig changea fmui fiRVf p0 Byilipathy wUh ,t lloft of one uandiaate to another by a prom- tH0 common iMtople being sovorlgn luent federal otllce bolder ateppla-t or Ul,M(? Vltbl, Qt oleotlng Unltod up to htm on the tloor of te hou. sttt0H tengtore. and guaranteeing him flfOO In ,t OU!olvwl thRt nearIy owr wab. and thus got his tola for tu individual who profit by machine uibw (ibhiwi.. jpolltlee and who has profited by A eomwoa thing to do and whhU thwm tt tH p,,, ,B ,0U(1,y op,)08d waa done kt erery aeaeton. wm theta stmiiu v i ?). u . . .... ...... . . I - -'" " " ""V n und bead to their wlshd ui along what tho cai' citi Hues, but what in re a I' v , t tho bidding of theeo gr h'cr tho Hunio ns Alilrlch. K i ' Cartor, Ilalloy of Texai o' S'uj nil f.i.iwk (.M1 ...ant nth. r .r 'J Vll lillliu, .iili llin.t. vm . m comnolled to do In ord. - -el tain their KeaU leople the IlPiwdj Therefore, nhst mher "M there to protect th. i"i- for the jweple to rtiu . that they now kau in tb M; Di.nnn miliar Stslptl)8nt N 1 i v'.vri' , --- to take the opposite course, und sup port with nil their powe- the aye tent rtpree-Mitml by Statemont No. 1? It is claimed that title destroys party organization and that a Dem ount might be olocted to the Unltod ,. ,, 10 h.1Iot box a b Statos Semite rrojn Oregon. This Is t,,oy wnnt to represent them U not any nnswor nor nrgumont jsonMo of the i-npd su gainst Statomiut No. 1. Tre1 tj,0Pny MoW uiin respond ' iiiry oi our goveriuiioiu is tnut tlio j)Ui,iie and not wake Lira ' people siihii rulo and nre masters , fB riuiniihle not to tM"' many other Holds accepted this ftp uolntmeut und went to Washington with credentials from tho governor the poop'e'i money In establishing new Judicial dlotrtcti, mw wwnjoi eJhio4s and any other new or oltl nf this state, niul waa unduuUUMlU'UhTkf that would swell up the mn humiliated, to say not hi Kg Kltual the-mor pr reoresentatlve fr.ou that par trvmoudoiui strain upon this oldjticular illatrtet, so the his vote man, hi' being refused hl eat Uyjeould he obtained aad he couLl go the United mutes seuatv. bark to his constituents anl point At Ihtf extra seaaloa of the legis lature lu l SOs, Mr. Corbet t was again a cnadklate, whin another bit ter oftivteet euetted which resulted In HtlteiL III feeling awl httieiuuM with pride and demand a re-iJ(wtlQP becauue he had got 386. 000. for n normal school In hh town These are only a cornoratloa In the state of Oregon nor a franchise holder, nor any of the special privilege olnas. but what are oppose! to the Statemont No. I and went to go back to the good old days of 1S9B. the hold-up tlmo of 1S97 and the Heotlon of 1901. The politician sees that hh op porttiHltv to gratify greed and self lahnees is out of his reach when the lection of the United States sena tor is left to the nubile It deatrnva ww uifwaPP. , the opportunity which cornea from aroonrst grer-t man that ewtW ue the cm-mmi nf oa ...!.... l...kiu iU u...n .. r.u- n- .... . . . .. i " " " " iniiiiin ui .- v ,.t ... . rvwuvu necessary to g. ua the legUUture with their chanoae fnallx ended I. Mr OorheU with- ,. of electa lHi for It.cl treT onag. drawlM aad la the elmloa of Hon. 8lrtee senator and Unuik inhNri..i... .. ' J-V TJl 7T .Inannb filiunu wk Iiiivmu im.iI.. d. ....... . v.. . ..... .. ...; ... . .. ' ""' "" " " iWU,- - 'T" .., w nww.,w ..iaiiiiii.il , 1 1114 U 0 and have soverlgu power. If In a state like Oregon, that has safoly from 2R.000 to SJ6.000 Uopubllcnn majority, the Uepubllcnns go to tho ballot box and voto for a Democrat, It la ob uiveU that nearly over he, ought to be olectod nnd ought io ue given tite otllco on tho prin ciple that the majority should rule. Mlow Up Old System. Is It not a fact that all the cor ruption by legislatures In the way of special prlvllogoe has taken plnco under the old system? If such Is n fact, then why not strike n blow nt the old lystetm bv letting the neo. pie elect tholr own sonator to tho J United Stnto sonnte, and mako hi in directly responsible to tho pooplo In stead of to two or throe banks, rail roads and tho Stnndard OU com pany, who as n wholo, directly or Indirectly, always have and ulwnyu will under the old systom. control a majority of the logtolaturo. Is It not a fact that special priv ileges high tariff and franchises for U not th'.e and thU alone, a auf- Acfut argumejit to t-onUace any man 1 hW;h in i he itat riorttl to alt an excellent, honor a Ue and eredl- vtated; tboe temptatloas to tovnluM lumU of i.tuupibtit and Immoral ae table senator tvtt to it iiik huit-eea t a nartleu Old Machine Method Again. r tndtvi.tu.il whom i - rbmit- lu 1901 the ohl machine methods pUmd Tt in tn the cei'ttal of a w revived again la the state of xreut state j Oregon. 3.U. Corbeti heiua a caudl- What Mud r a teeu a-e ouck'AAte and. Senator McUrlde be lug a metbmla rn.i ixauiplee, to ke bun- randldat for re-election. This roa- dredi of miiik utfN who frequent . test ooatlnued 10 das. resulting la the greatest corruption and demur allaattaa. and enjled In (he election of Senator Mitchell m U o'oo'ck UU tHe gveulng of the but day of the . It la a matter of gommon knvsv ledge that some men could have Hr 000 votes In th ( r omoam A Few IVduteil Guest inns. a great crime agalnat e'rll govern-1 Why u It. l lelre. that the ment and civic Tlrtuo cannot poe-.SUndard Oil nhur t ui i l.tu I.Lu .vltt. I ..... ", v pmvr. but to 48 member r '! - H nssomblj of Oregon vt largely been set -ii nnd " power by the combinative porate Interests The teal truth I thit ' fleer. If we want good "' .1.. ii.Uuit itr.an ti IV irom wie rr' hie. ahuuld he e'erted st ' box by popular vote of '5 This Is the remed opinion and ludgment in b ' FISH BY MILLIOS HAVE Bl HATi . ."" 1.,.! (United rrw - . ins the llscal ?' -1'. the benefit of the few, have been tween I.ee0.i' s"11 the leajteti' nulla during Ike won or the loaislaturc, to say noth log r the demorulhitnc lafbjenoe hi on the Individuate who are dlreot VartU'ipeuU in auch wethotls and proceedings. Look buck at the Uohlwp eeeslon oT 1SS7 lleoull the strife, the cor- celved as high aa S10.QOO to SIS. Tuptton. the broken promUos. tho J 000 apiece for thir vottw during Tlb" rruotlood ou both sides. Log-j this cottteat. to wi nethlng about Ituticn nhsolutoly rolarded for 40 .the trade and corruption in tho dls Clays, vno branch of tbo legislature tributlon of the federal offices und JaVl.R lo orgalso and epproprla- patronage. 1 persouai know of emtalng so much agitation and dis cussion throughout the Unltod States are largely the result of the old sys tem of government tn existence in Peelic Railroad mnaay and these. the d'ferent state of the United outer great Pn -,( transportation. 'State? ttiMt OgaAJhll K.k..k. ,-. JIM a .. . .... . m -h.. u ..i !?........ ', - j :". " ." " ouiereni i u uo a law. and is u noi nn- aeJIUhaa thai hi. k. Z, u l",l,,,1t " ' dlrMtt,p w,Mt Wm l,ir tUlU nMl who WS,,U tkHilt J! J. ILut vJ ?;o" by th,,ftf,,,'of Ui U' Sut. no matter how i,aM ho Manas tor and to eirlae down tke.i and its rnth.', Bu.i Kta. - i ... . ... w .... ..i. Ol.l &VBIAIH hv Mllina tk. 1- " -" "."" '- I uumwil uhu auu " - -' trww ipurpotMM arc tlaj.he UniW-d State eenator by .that uch w un4 Ihrouch Statement, No. It iDeoew. Ba'l.- Who aro the real wen who nre who repress umilipn inw annotate meat 'o. ljOB the fl-xnr movomentt Are they not aa a rule sonata .! c. , -" " e e sents the Mn syndicate In tbe on '" - mea who have, direct (y or IndlreaUy, profit M by the old machine systow aud who have made this state vroH. why Is it ' servef the large corporations and i a Ohauncey M. ! machine tn onler to achieve his am- ' Texas, AklrlQh. bit Ion. speolal intorasts ' The reason why be has to do this United Statos is simply because In every state of B'klns who ropro-;the union, theeo large corporate In and coal baron , teresUs control, olthor diroctly or la- inate of tho United idlrectlv. elthf,p tho stnto nreanlzu- ..... . . v. -.. iaiea are always opposed to thctlon of the dominant nnrty are a suf- mo auojert and line of electing nom.inr nnn i... ... .-j.-.j.... . : .' ' ' . ..'rn,,r Hoe iTni..i o... . ..-..... ......u,. , vue luuiviuuai ncfiii unmoor or the memoers o .'"" w .. United Statw ient.. aad cor. votora of the United States senators the l,glsfature to b-, bl?to elect or' 3-2S-3t salmon ee hao beet nnrturcil n-h M ' .,., nl i'llngtOB i the nuiiii- " -'" j r-, mi'iM i...k. , .. 'si: sJ e Of all th. "'.. .A m chinoe varieo" . jorlty. The "" oexight in WgsWMtt thla yeai ' -"":::. uw """ . The poundau.sf , to art "lon. , t nances In 'he -, .inn.' horse. e- , , yl -.- .wp, ... and anj and an Call as3 f' ool Ti -a am l cur. i I l Ft3- r tv Sf!