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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALEMj OREQ6N, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1008
iSit 1 You Will Need an Oil Stove1 When warm days and the kitchen fire make cooking a bur den then is the time to try a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove. Marvelous how this stove docs awny with kitchen discomforts how cool it keeps the room in comparison with conditions when the cool fire wu burning. The quick concentrated heat of the NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Name Oil Cook-Stove gees directly to boll the kettle or bake the bread, and none is diffused about the room to overheat it. Thus using the "New Perfection" is real kitchen comfort. Made in three sizes and fully warranted. If not with your dealer, write our nearest agency. A ltenfo Lamp i'llT " wnnts hnnildomo cnouc such IB3 everyone 10 enough for tbe parlor; strong enough Tor the kitchen, camp or cottage ; bright enough for every occasion. If not with yonr dealer, write our uenrest agency. STANDARD OH, COMPANY, (Incorporated) Batteries! Batteries! Batteries! Batteries! Three Crescent 30c. A flood reliable dry cell. Cheapest battery on the market. FfftNftMY 8 Cn'nd, Powor i'mPa 15 ELECTRIC LAMP 32 Candle Powor Lami)B 35 Electric Fixture & Supply Co. fRED R. WATERS, Manager 245 Liberty St. Phone 263 WHY TAFT SHOULD Inflected not exactly, but In a gcnoral UK TIIK PKK8IDRNT way, by tho amount of capital to carry In he work thoro la to do, and naMnrd of Los Ango (ny Walter J 109.) Tho quoitloii "Why Taft Bhould bo President?" Is unsworod In hi pub lic uttcrnncoa as horelnuftor quoted and In tho endowments and quull lcatJoH horolnaftor stated. Speaking to I. K. Torbot. ono of tho Illlno'H Taft dologatlon, ho Bald: "Torbot, I havo kopt out and will contlnuo to kco' out of evory atato which hn a favorite ion, I want my frlonds to hood that warning. I do not doatru to go Into Pennsylva nia, Now York or Illinois. Natural ly, I Bhould b p'onsod to havo dele gates for mo for second choice." BpeakBtg at Unffato on Febraury 22 "Wo are. howovor, making our navy more nnd moro reportable each yrar. and I am very hopeful that congress will take atepe which will inafco rnr army a propor nuoluua for tho rapfd onlargomont of a force for national defense commensurate with tho population of our country and with tho xtonl of our Jurldslc tlou " Speaking nt Cleveland on January 2ft- Tlmxloro Hnoiovolt haa been ablo to accomplish moro In presorva tlon rr t'i. ieeo of tho world than any Pivbldent.'ihtu over ndmlnlater ed or rnv monarch that over rulod. And t'int luduenoe Is tho roeult of tho pu'i. or expansion ndoptod un der W I'tim MoKlnloy." B'H'rV'n r Cooper Union. New York, i' January 10: "Labor needs capl'Pl i euro tho boat tlon. v l eanltnl nedB produciuir anything. Tho share of his death ho was the Pope In fact. ach hOM,r in the Jolut product U tho lvo In control, a Pope who tho moro work thoro la to do, tho moro labororo aro needed. Tho groator tho nocd for laborora, tho hotter tholr pay por man. Manifest ly, It la In tho direct Intoroat of tho laboror that capital shall Incrcaao faster than th mi nib or of thoao who work. Kvorythlng, theroforo, which legitimately tends to Increase tho ac cumulation of wealth and Its ubo for production will rIvo oneh laboror a larger haro of the Joint result of capital and labor. It wl'l be ob Borvod that tho laborer dorlvos llttlo or no bonoflt nt all from wealth which la not noodod for production. Nothing U bo likely to meko wealth Idle InBocurlty of Invoked capi tal and property. It follows, na a npoeaanry conclusion, that to destroy the guarantiee of proporty la a di rect blow at tho tnterost of tho work InRinan. What I am anxious to om phaalxe la that there 1 a wldo eco nomic and business field In which tho Interest of the wealthiest onpl tallst and the humblotit luboror are exactly tho same." Speaking on board tho stoamship Minnesota, of hU otllelal vlelt to tho Vatloan regarding tho Philippine government purchase of the frlara' lands in the Philippines: "I oannot doubt, from what I saw of him. that Leo XIII was the greatest Popo In many years. IPs statesmanship was undoubtedly of tho highest typo; ho wn4 n Latin poet of great purity and force, un Italian nohlomnn of line produe- educr.tlon, rnul a man who con- labor In troll. d Almost to the minute of carried out tho policies of the church na ho thought they ought to bo car ried out." On tho samcoccnsjpni "Every Ro man Catholic who desires tho great est possible good for his community mUEt admit tho value of tho pres ence of Protestant In tho t Philip pines to foster and maintain that anlrit of healthy competition which Is as UBoful in religious enterprises as in the busincs? and commorclal llfo of a country;" . "Government ownership would piut powor In tho hands of ono man or set of men that would make you tremblo for the safety of the re public." When urged, In October, 1902, by Prealderit Roosevelt to return from his worrying -work In the Philippines for a seat for llfo on tho bench of tho supremo court of tho United States, tho highest judicial body In tho world, Mr. Taft replied: "Great honor deeply appreciated, but must decline. Situation horo most criti cal from economic standpoint. Chango proposed would create much disappointment and lack of confi dence among people. Nothing would sntlofy Individual tastes more, than acceptance" Urged again by tho President a month lator, Mr. Taft replies: "Recognize soldier's, duty to obey orders, Boforo orders Irrevoc able by action, howovor, 1 presume on our poreonal friendship, even in the face of lottor, to mako ono moro apper.l, In which I lay aside wholly my strong personal disinclination to leave work of Intense Interest half dono." This appeal, briod sololy on n strong Bonne of duty to tho Fili pinos, was successful, and Mr. Taft romalnod na civil governor till the WONDERfUL DISCOVERY In(etlcu of Sklnncnv's Butte n Vast Catacomb. A. TOMJJ OP TUB ANCIENTS An n'cluuloglcal Discovery Which Will Awaken Scientific Interest. (Eugene Register, April 1.). Few porsonB havo climbed to tho top of Skinners' Butto and roamed ovor its summit but havo noticed that in many places the tread of tho foot gives forth a deep hollow sound, indicating that thoro nro chambers beneath. , No ono lias ever attempt ed to mako any explorations and tho peculiar forrimtion of this butto has" long been a geological mystery. Many of thoso versed In geological scionce havo attempted to itheorlzo that It is a natural formation of vol- cnnlc origin, in which fused molten matter was forced through a seam or crovlco In tho earth, which, cool ing slowly, formed Into hexagonal, basaltic columns with spacc9 be tween them, and It Is theso hollow spaces tha glvo forth tho sound so ominous on being trodden upon. Thla theory wns cpmnlotoly upset yo3torday by a dlscovory, Tho men who nro at work nt tho quarry on 1CADY TAILOflEDjCLOTHCS FOR WEU. DRESSED MEN. ML "flj I St "-M'A M MS Wit I r y m s b 11 ia w t t TxV irj't ' lV I A r l 7 kSldS MmwI Y-S Jl IS jii S''Y - m m w r j PRICE 'RX'Nfir Q '4n romniiiou ub eivn buy -. u ,, m. ,, . . . t,,0 butt BOt ofr proper timo camo tor mm to return ,,-.,-.. Hj,n. vostordnv afte' and enter tho cabinet aecretary of J J to ng'dlnroreoUhorock wnr. with tho Home Intorom of tho . .-..Jlnrs and whan tho PhPlpplnes then, and .til!, in his JJXlSd Say what wnS the!? ,,CWf,?1 httPmlnntlon that tho W .to Hnd that a large opon.n, sisaio the relation of labor to capital and n""B,7';"Vur editor hurried to of tho oxpanilon of our national In- Jeo and tl o city e, to hwrrloJ Uj lluonce: with his Impartial vlow or , '-, "frn1 . tho clalmB nnd rights of both Cnth ollci and Protostanta In tho Philip pines; with his firm opinion thnt etc., vould bo most unwlso; with, his , ' i'" o:onr mallzatlon or proporty tiuib; with his freoly admitted quallflca Borrow Inc a lanlorn from a near-by rosl- dont. In company with Mr. Showry, who happened to b there rt tha time, wo at onco commoncod ox- Tho first chnmbor wnB a room about 10 foot In holght. about 00 -,.. i.... .i.. .1 on fiuit .itlilr. Tim nlr tlonB by natural ability, training ',lf,l",b "',; !i ,t J r ntii fonl bift .,! r.viinriiiipn tnf tin nniro with nt r,t Bormod uanic nni IOUI, II 111 h Btron J pen o ndr tv nt nM tlniM- ,u tt fnw !Pl't" t loaro1 from tho ins strong son?o or umy at a i iimoa, . -. .vin.i thn wa, blowing In tin contor woro four ll.l ........ t ....l.ll.. ,...Milnnn lOUllIIUlgB. wit.; iSi 00 of Sln every jjrj; circular pillars . Jnnajjmo y place ho has l-o'd as servant of tho ' ? ' Sffvoffht ee n poop:o; with ilia, uniiincuing co.ir- ".'.'"-' :" ".'" ,, .nnnro,i o ni nn.i ha cnif rncrifioinif imtrint- rtlam-tor at the basonnd taporod to about four Kot In d'nmotor nt tno BREEDERS' HORSE SHOW Saturday, April 4th, Salem, Oregon FARMERS' PRACTICAL EXHIBITION Cash prizes, merchants' special prizes, stallion breeds' prizes, valuable cups etc. FOR ALL BREEDS OF HORSES, (purc-brcd and grades), strifes, marcs, colts, ponies and Jacks; two, three and four-beisc teams, roadsters, saddlers. II you own good horses show them at Salem, April 4. If joo wish to sell here's your market. For premium list and Information, address L. K. PAGE, , F. A. WELCH, President. Secretary. ft cymri BOSTON BROWN BREAD FLi.OI Is Self-rising. It m ikes Genuine Brown Bread, Toothsome Quick Biscuit, and a GLORIOUS BOILED PUDDING Sold by At Grocers 77yo? o J -t id an nsUUo top. and what Immense or coulj mr.t, and a atronK. vlao and Havo put thorn In ig wo could il oxoeutlvn; with his abwlutaly n"l vluo. . " wow'il HM Ho kill ichlnp rocMtudo on ovory point of the one Inocrs of t lib century to ,1.11 .1. .......i ...nitKln hand o fiicU Immonso blocks of airo and his solf pacrlflclriK patriot Ism: with hla known .nbllltlca as a Krcat dlplom tactful ttrtfllti a1 Ihm tniHhi.4n n AtmKi tn "i'7.r.V,".. .V.:'""VW .V .,r"JZ ''" ,; hamllo nich ImmonBo blocks Ul IMIUIIU llllir 4IIH IIIIHIjHcn-, '" . til ..I.. ..l n.. .. null hour roRpon-dblllty: with his capacity Hone which were p accd as a sup. o work hand In hand Wth hit fcl- P,rt for tho (omoko roo . All lows; with bin great, kind hart nnd '""K tho walla woro '' noblo manhood, and becnur l-o h cnrvcd wrrophnBl a nd K ncolnto an Amorlcrn of Americans, no man each on rovoaloi tho Jkolotom of boforo tho people of tli United nrehl'torle Inliablt nni of thin bnn ii BtateH U hotter flttevl for tho Pr.el- tlfui val'oy, who lived and dlod In donoy than 1. William Howard Taft. , nT; "" "r 'lJlZnT.'l JiV; lliwiiii( nnviuiuoo "o WOMBN'S WOKS. GUARD YOUR HEALTH if vou ro fortuuato onouijh to posseaa Reed symptom o 1 It cnrofully, for It Is a priceless health, guard a soon &s you uotleo the first treasure, anf any Stomaoh, Llvtr or Howol da 'MnKntont, tiko it fov doses of the llltterx. Its Mtttlon of 04 years' standing has bon fouul ed oa tt ability to kep poo il well. Hut iht. Imps, you havo already allowed disease to get a fogjLhold, thon. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters I absolutflly noedel. It will tone and Invlgor. ate the entire system and put you In such a healthy condition that disease eannot exist, Suroly you won't h altate. 't euros. Naustxi, HUUnivuoss Poor Appe tito, l)K'p.sla, IndljieMlon, Cowtlw ti s, HtHliui, tijuniw, 1-VnuUc lllit, lld nnd (Jrl'i, For sale by ul DruKr.m,, Oroccra or aeuerai PcJUora, ani guarante-d by ua alwolutcly pure. Kalem Women Arc I'IihIIiik llcllrt At Last. It dooa Boom that women have moro thnn a fair sharo of tho achoi and pains thnt aflllot lmmanlty; thoy must "keop up," must attind to duties In splto of constantly aching backs, or hoadachoa, dlzxy spoils, bonrlng-ilown pains; the? must stoop ovor, when to stoop moans tor ture. They mtiet walk nnd bend and work with raolni; pains nnd ninny nohoe from kidney ills. Kidneys oaufio moro suffering than any other organ of the body. Ktop the kid neys well and health la easily main tained. Road of a remedy for kld- noya only that helps and euros the klduoys and Is endorsed by pooplo you know. Mrs. Mary BaumRurdnar, of 424 Water t.. Salem, Qra says: "I havo found Doan's Kidney Pills n remedy that Is worthy of all oonndenco and i nm pionseu to endorse, thorn so that other stiff orors from kidney complaint may know how to got re lief. I procured Doau'a Kidney Plls.nt Dr. Stone's drug ttoro nnd several members of oif$ family have used thorn with gratifying reeulta. I took thorn myself for a tired, aching back and a dragging down fooling that comes from Irregular and do rangod klduoys. Tho reeults woro of the best. Tho aching and sore no.s was banished and the kidneys were rendered normal. My health has bocome better In every way." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. KoaUrMilburn Co., HMffalo. Now York, sole egonts for tho Unltod Statej. HeraemtHir the name Doh'- and take uo otker. U1O10CUATS CAN WHITK TIIHIU XAMKS IX Waehlugton count) ha no Demo cratic candidates and for this rea son th county clork was at a lo2 ae to whwUv' he hould irlnt a UaK lot for that warty and telegraphed to Attorney General Crawford for In structions. Crawford wired a re ply dlreoU; that total Utenk Ual. lot be minted, ho that the Names of candidates may h written la In the proper p'acee. r RAVE AN EARNEST CRE For tho comfort of tho folks at home. Bundle up the family washing and-phonNo. 2G early Monday (or bi to send a wagon lor tho clothes. Wo will sate yoa money, worry and discomfort, and save tho clothes, na well. Tfcj will como back to you fresh, crisp and clean. WE DO IT RIGHT The Salem Steam Laundry THE LAUNDRY TI1AT KNOWS HOW Homethlng .marvolouB. In llfo tholr ownon muat havo etood eight ftut In ho'ght nnd we-o juplvolv built. All about h- h'iIps of this chnmbor on aholvc3 about thro- fet nbovo each other. hoRo aton colllns worn placed and fullv p thousand human beings mirt havo boon VI I to rst thero In tho ooa of 'ho nn?t. ni the floor of l'io rlnmbor, whloh I? constructed of rmoothlv polished flag-tono or tP'n or hoxanon pattern, wore dlf fern Implomonts of domestic uso, of tho chno and for warfaro. Hugo CAitldroni or pots of cooper on whicn bi vordlgrla -had thickly gathered, .but unique In doslgn lav scattered 'in corners, while ladle for spooni. ciins, vases nnd dlhe of beautiful pattorns woro found. Thoro aro groat clubs studdod with nalh and hmr- battlo ax'-, which a man could hnrdlv lift with one hand, stood leaning ag-'lnst tho pH'en and a host of other things which will mako Ui a-chaoolQKlst o fnlrly wild with dolleht were found. Having with much trepidation made ti eureoiy examination of this "ePy of the dead." wo notlcd, off In n fnr eo'uoi. n flight of ston atu lead'ng to ft chemhor above. With hocrte heetlw- o atrong with foar that we could almost hear them, wo oHrabed un the 20 or more stops, and nt tho top. as soon ae the ravi of our lantorns could pierce th) darkness, wo found we had ronehod , a luucn y'.rgor room exwnunm toward tho mBt. whleh had evident ly been used as a tonin'o or plans of worshlu. Jt 1 1 beautiful beyond de scription. It Is llnod with polished, whit marblo. pure as tho Parian, and tli" freze ebout tho room is as rviuJal'Alv il' Iff noil h nnvtlllllsr 111 tho Orcek temuloa. Thero ero Intag- f W. Mo and cameos of birds, boesti nnd v flowers with leaves, ereseents. stare, I S and In fact evory design that human j S Ingenuity eould devise while we wore gailBs entranced and epoeeh lese at the magnlflcone of the pceno, a sudden gust r3 mjTenjov a DIUVJS In ono of our rigs Just s nhu! you owned It. More,, In fact, l you wPl havo all the pk-awra ui only a mero fraction of the W of n privato stable, you in m limited In yonr choice of a either. Our llvory serrlea eaa J- ply anything you require, ftoj i runabout to a coacn ana iw. cau wo servo you? FASHION STADU3, C. W. Vannke, I,ro 131-137 N. High St. Phone Km Hnwnmninmtmtiimwtsiwwi Don't road thla unless you aro In neod of -ome ol ! U" ...!..! ...i..,. i .. i... i...iui itism at a Mn?-" Until March 30, In order to mke room for now good. thew , will bo offorod nt greatly reditu iifiubb. Those aro all of standard amko and good IJJJJJJ Ut Ope new 3-lnch wagon, comp'Oto i r no lOi Ona new buggy, best make, ,., 95 no uu new uusk.v, uuat (iuiku. ... One new runabout . . One new disc harrow .,,... ...... ...... ........ Ono now Tlgor drill One new B'ackoyo binder One nt w Uuekeyo mower On new Buokoyo rake .- ; One new Davis crenni separator ....:... ' One new 14-lnch Rook l3land Clipper steel plow . . One now 12-lnoh Rock Island Clipper steel plow One new 10-lnch Rock Island Cllprier steel plow . . Ono new handmade light express 75 qo 55.00 22 00 90.00 160.00 60 00 3200 100 00 19.50 17 50 13.50 73 00 III 5 : 1JH 1J$ 11 i L..... ... M. ...!. .lAAM n.l.lA. WUIK iiuiu an uiimiiis uuui n hibu , tm ereked upon its hinges and we were , ? One new handmndo light express bargalB. new unnumnao ugui oai . - . ftt a oars Also second-hand 'oultlvator, mower nd Lj;d,t fW at a 30 por cent reduotlou. ... jMd, 01 w An assortment of about ?300 worth of paia. ni&hes and stains will be put on sale. ltnill-MeBt 01 r'- 1 ..,,11 .,i cn .. rtinmission any Impi"" ...i i.An.... 'm .t.i-u ...... .. . .itonnca nt nt any time. .,, ,pr v list of wind, 10 por c-nt discount on paints, sta ns and . Salo continues ereked upon its hinges and we were . rrnnrr n i r'ADC imtt In abso'Mte darke. A sleken-' UCUKlir, K. J A ID 1)5 Tivg vapor Deemed to eome at once IE upon us and we sank epon our kneoe tTr-j tm. v - - - r ii in ".lLJJiHiW.y.lr' la horr.jr. wheu out of the depths of . e3?0e4?Sr,IIWiiyi" - ttto aarKnee aunt a deop mooklna n.l rival Corner i'm ".- SALKSI. 0"- Volev whirh saUl: '"April Fool What are you reading thle rot for anyhow?" O iii ' - He Got What He Needwl. "Nine ye re ago It looked a If my time had cop'." eaya Mr. C. Fartelag, of Mill Crek. Ind. Tar. "I waa so run down that llfo hung on a very slndcr thread. It wa then my druggist recommended &Wtri lime- 1 bought a bottle and I gut whit I n-di'd strength I had on fvt m the gav but Electr 0 Bitten put it back on thi turf again, and I ve b en vf ever since M Sold under guarantee at Si C, Perry's drug store. $Qc SPRA? 0 LIME AND SULPHUR DEPENDABLE BRAND Mnnnforliipn.t t. l!l.tAnn Clnti r.nmnaiw for. Mfll 3Hu SALRM, OREGON l " . Bd l We guarantee thla spray o be a strictly pu solatlon test 29 to 31 Raume. &ia ......1 b Rf)V . ........ i UlllJ"" er sae ry 1 i.ktcukk uihi ' r.rrOlt SON & CO,, R. I). GILHERT & CO. AND AT A- tJ, Price JSJ.50 per barrel; $1 50 credit for Uw.