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4 THE CAPITAL JOURNAL 11. HOFEn, Ed. and Prop. An Independent Newspaper Devoted to American 1'rlnclplei nud tbe l'roirrem and Derolopomeut of All Oregon. FubtUhed Kvory livening Kxccpt Sunday , Sitlem, Ore. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Invariably In Advance.) O&llr, by carrier, por rear.- ........$6.00 Per month .....50c Dollr, by malt, per year. 4.00 Fer month 33c Weakly, by mall, per vear. 1.00 Six month 60c ? tTO POLITICAL COLUMN Announcement of Candidates OrlJoIM tical Parties Printed Under Tliis Heading At Commercial Rates N e SPEOIAL DELIVER! For couvonlonco of subscribers branch delivery ofllces aro establish ed at tho following places at 35 cents por month, $1.00 for three menths: Asylum Storo, P. O. Do Voo & Son, Asylum Avorwio Junction. Carllno, Sovonteenth stroet, A. W. Lane, Garden Road Store. Dauo'n Store, Alex. Daue, SouthCommerclal street. Electric Storo, C. M. Epploy, East Stato street. Fairgrounds Storo, Harrison Dee, Fairgrounds Road. Howoll's Corner, Twelfth and Cross streets. O. K. Grocery, A. A. Englebart, Twelfth street. Whoplor's Storo, W. D. Wheeler, Highland avenue. Yew Park Storo, F. G. Boworsox, Twolfth and Leslie. REl'UULICAN STATE TICKET. U. S. Senator. II. M. Cako, of Portland. R. Supremo Judge. S. Bean, of Engono.K c BRI'UIILIOANS WILL NOT DE STAMPEDED. Tho Republicans of Oregon will not bo stampodod away from Candi date Cako by tho Portland Journal so cosily as it Imagines. It has a porfoct right as a Demo cratic paper to do all in Its power TOR THE SUCCESS OF COVER NOR CIIAMHERLAIN. But it has no right to attack Can didate Cako as not being true to tho principle of popular election of Bonators, Mr. Cako took his rtand fairly anl Bquaroly FOR THE PRINCIPLE "whon the machino leaders wero try ing to commit tho entlro party or ganization against Statement No. 1. AND DIRECT ELECTION OF SEN- ATORS. Peculiar to Itself In selection, proportion and combination of ingredients, In the 'process by wblch their remedial values aro extracted and preserved, In ofTcctlvcncas, usefulness and" economy, Curing tho wldost rango of diseases, Doing tho most good for tho money, Having tho most medicinal merit, And tho greatest record of cures, Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets if nown as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $1. Dnlry nntl Food Commissioner. J. W. Bailey, of Portland. Representative In Congress. W. C. Hawloy, of Salem. First Congressional District. Railroad Commissioner. T. K. Campbell, of Cottago Grove. District Attorney. J. II. McNnry, of Salem. COUNTl' TICKET. For Representatives Marlon County For Representatives. S. A. Hughes, Salem. Hal D. Patton, Salem. L. T. Roynoldo, Salem. A. C. Llbby, Jeitorson. O. L. Hattoborg, Sllvorton. DemocrAti CTICKET. STATE. For U. S. Sciiaton Geo. E. Chamberlain. For Representative in Congress J. J. Whitney, Albany. For Supremo Judge R. S. Bean. COUNTY. For Representatives Dr. W. 8. M6tt, Snlcm. John W. Ebncr, Mt. Anga Fcr County Judge- P. L. Frazlcr, Salem. For County Commissioner T. 0. Davidson, Lllwrty. For ronsfab'e, Salem f)lttxict - JOhn H. Lowkr, Salem, County Judge. W. M. Bushoy, Salem. Chnmberlnln for partisan purposes will only bo at tho expense of prin ciple tho prlnclplo that tho people Ho went out and made a clean-1 shall name tho senators not tho cut, fair and souaro campaign FOR THAT PRINCIPLE, dovold of per sonalities, and ho haB novor wavered in his Bupport of that prlnclplo. Mr. Cake engaged In no personal nbitBO OF EITHER SIR. FULTON OR SIR. CHAMBERLAIN. Ho won tho nomination for his Btnnd for di rect oloctlon nnd for his valiant championship of tho Roosovclt administration. Mr. Cnko wont farther and snld if "Mr, Ohamborlnln was tho cholco of tho peoplo his linmo would not go hoforo tho legislature nnd ho would Insist that ho b made Ronntor HE CAUSE IT WAS THE LAW AND AVAS RIGHT. Tho Republicans who aro Repub licans from prlnclplo nnd who havo 'for yearn advocated oloctlon of sen ators by direct vote of tho peoplo rojolco that ntndor tho leadership of mon llko Cnk9 THEIR PARTY WILL HE MADE TO RESPOND TO THE POPULAR WILL .Instead .of machino dictation. If Mr. Cako Is not tho cholco of n mnjorlty of tho ponplo In June, tho iiamo prluclnlo will domnnd thnt Governor Cliamhorlnlu be mndo son ntor by tho legislature. Ronubllcans who stand for tho prlnclplo of direct oloctlon rocog- nlzo that Mr. Cako WON IMS NOM. INATION FAIRLY ON REFORM PRINCIPLES and that ho Is there fore entitled to rholr votes In Juno. Ropubllcnns should not bo stam peded Into dofontlng a man who Wands for clean progressive roform prlnelp'oH within tho party. IT WOULD HE ALWAYS MADE AN ARGUMENT AGAINST THE REPUBLICAN PARTY to dofoat a man who stands for direct oloctlon of senators. Republicans cannot afford to al low thoniH'lvos to bo drlvon to de feat m cloan a mnn a Cako at tho dictation of a Democratic papor. Dofoat of Cako by Republicans mon us dofoat of tho prlnclplo, nnd dofoat of the prlnclplo mcnim tho do feat of Chamberlain by a Republican loghinturo. Thoro Is danger that, If aftor a Bquara, manly campaign for tho prlneip'o of direct olectlon of sen ators Cako Is dofoatod. tho peoplo will havo glvon notlco TH.VP THEY HAVE ABANDONED THE GREAT MAJORITY PARTY nnd havo aban doned tho prluclnlo, It would moan the defeat of Chnmborlnln by tho legislature. Tho true position of tho roform press of tho stato Is to stand by tho p'lnclplo, which Is ahovo party, nnd placo Clmmborlaln and Cako on oqual tenno hoforo tho peoplo, LET THEM CHOOSE AND THEN DE MIND THAT WHOEVER IS CHO SEN BY THE PEOPLE SHALL BE ELCTED BY THE PEOPLE. Anv attomnt to discredit Cako or legislature. Argument Against University of Oregon Appropriation. Ed. Jeurnal: At tho debate a few nights ago In McMlnnvlllo County Trpnsuror Foster gavo a few figures which wero not ruuy understood by nil present. One of our cltteons has requested a statement more In do tal!. Tho reply Is given bolew: "In compllnnco with your request I Hond you tho utntoment In regnrd to tho proposed U. of O. appropria tion nnd tho comparative figures. "Tho total amount of stato tax levied this year is $l,ir0,000.00. The U. of O. appropriation $125, 000.00 or G-45 of tho ontlro lovy (5-45 would enunl 1-9). for couvon lonco wo will cnll It 1-9 which Is very nenr correct. That would loavo 8-9 of tho ontlro stato lovy with which to inn tho Agricultural college, all tho Normnl Bchools, tho reform school, tho school for tho blind, tho deaf niu to school, tho penitentiary, tho tnsnno asylum, tho salaries nnd expenses of nil tho stato otllcers, tho salaries of tho supremo court Judges nnd n'l tho circuit Judges and pros ecuting nttornoys, tho oxponses of tho legislature In fact 8-9 of this appropriation is supposed to bo am ple for all tho expenses of tho stnto oxcopt tho U. of O. And Its friends toll us It must close Its doors unions It rocolvos 1-S of a3 much as Is re quired to pay all tho expenses of tho Btnto government. It Is trtio that the stato govern ment has other Eciirces of revonuo besldoa this stnto tax levy; but tho U. of O. also has other revenues. "Yamhill county's apportionment of tho Btnto tax this yoar as appor tioned by tho Btnto board is $44, 005.00. If YnmhlU county pays this tax and tho IT. of O. appropriation cnrrloa, Yamhill county will pay ?4i8S7.2S this year for tho support of tho U. of O. YamhIU county's payment for tho Bupport of tho stnto agricultural college h $977.50 an nually." Yours respectfully, II. Z. FOSTER. o wurrjcii Good coffee is partly in buying and partly in making:; like everything else. Your croecr return your money II you don'l like Schilling's Heat: we pay him Sheriff. H. P. Mlnto, Salem. County Clerk. R. D. Allen, Salem. County Recorder. D. G. Drajjor, Mehnmn. County Treasurer. J. G. Moore, Salem. ' To the Peoplo of Marlon Ceunty: Having accoptcd tho nomina tion on tho Democratic tlokut for representative, I do1 horeby do claro myself unqualifldoly In fav or of tho election of United Stales Senators by dlroct voto of tho pooplo . If oloctcd I shall at nil tinioa voto for tho pooplo's cholco for Sonntor without re gard to personal cholco or politi cal afllliation, and shall consldor myself a servant of all tho peoplo, onforclng tholr mnndato on all Just nnd economic legislation. DR. W. SljMOTT. Headaches tennis tlmt mi. .... . . . v fR' JI!S.b!lI "fe1.1 ifeur . W-n Is In wJi unless tho cause of tho trouhln . JL" 80? and more frequent, and ,.: . . rWywililTN Intensity. The sympathct Ic ners KE? - 3S attacks, and tho malady finds 2? ffi byJ bodily and mental conditions favor ffiS" .On the first si of hM,ii.. . ?fu --woouidk4oW nervous th act Complete recovery from sick ha,i. l1. ese famous pb. They sett le So sfoMlX :t mlldlV on the bowntim. !.. !0nVtfe3ET.l A Tho tonic and itrenirllimn.LM..riv.DI?!9ndoiuk7!Ml the bodily health and fortify the system SJ?,I " M? M" U &ZFi ntuu a t ma mo - w h.' OS Becchnm'; The Needed Remak ' WtU. lull aiKrtlQM, li J Assessor. F. J. Rice, Prntum. School Siincrintciidcnt. W. M. Smith, Salem. Surveyor. B. D. Horrlck, Jr., Turner. Coroner. A. M. 'CloughrS 'em. County Commissioner. J. T. Bockwlth, Sidney. - Salem Dlstrirt. TiiNtlcv of tlie Pence. D. Wobstor. Ira Hamilton. Constable. To the People of Marlon Ceunty: Having nccoptod tho nomin ation of tho Prohibition party for tho county of Marlon for tho office of roprosontatlvo I hereby promise that If oloctcd I will at all tlmoa support and vote for tho porson for Unltol States sonntor who Bhall ro celvo the highest number of the pooplos votes without ro gard to my political amilatlon or porsonal proforqiicos. H. S. JORY Salem May 19, 1908. ROSTEIN & GREE 240-246 Commerdal St iBl NBAliU Lots of New Desirable itlerclaijit White Waists, Long Silk Gloves. WMio d-.,. broideries, Laces, White Lawns, figured Uwi, POPULAR PRICES Fine Home for Sale Party with cash better invest!' gate. P ric e reasonable. Address H., care Journal Your Child's Future A saving? nocouut opouod when your ohlldi'on'nre young will, pro vldo for tholr education when thoy becomo of ago; glvo thorn a good start In life. A few conts savod each duy and djposltod weekly or monthly In our Saving Department will do lit. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK Tho foMow who Is nhvayi boasting or hoing the "boss of his own house" Ib usually a grouch. o Had Attack of Dysentery Cured. "An honored citizen of this town was suffering from n Bevero nttack of dysontory. Ho told a friend If ho , could obtain a bottlo of Chnmbor- I Iain's Colic. Cholora and Diarrhoea iRomedy, ho folt confldont of being J cured, ho having u&' J this romody I In the West. Ho was told that I kopt It In stock and lost no tlmo In obtaining It, and was nromnt'y cured," says M. J. Loach, druggist, or woicou, vi. Kor snio by Dr. Stono's drug score. Tho Ciiize for the Rare. That a 10 gold pleco llttlo moro htan half a contury old should so'l for 200 times Its face valuo will cer tainly Biirprlso collectors of curiosi ties other than coins, and some coin collectors as well, Tho Bpeclmon doesviiot soom to havo any special merit, olthor artistically or historic ally, nnd but for its oxtremo rarity (only ono other lo known) would hardly havo attracted special atten tion. Moreover, tho tendency among wealthv enthusiasts of Into has been rathor to specialize- on older items, and not pay fancy prices for modern coins. Events of tho kind are among tho fascinations of collecting. Not In- TO REPUBLICAN VOTERS A N OVERWHELMING! majority of Orogon's votori by registration havo formally declared that thoy bellovo In tho principles of tho Republi can Party. Lot thorn now show that they aro honest by voting In accordance with tholr docln intlons. Tho Oregon oloctlon comos boforo the Republican National Convention. Let ovory Ro 1'ibllcnn voter In tho First Congro9tonnl District uphold tho honor of tho Republican Party In Ore gon nnd strengthen tho Intluonco of Orogon's delogntion in tho Nntlonnl Convention by voting for H. M. CAKE for Unitod States Sonntor nnd V. C. HAWLEY for Roprosontatlvr In CongroTj. If olthor of thoso Republican nominees falls of olectlon tho primary olectlon system will bo dis credited and a return of boss rulo will bo Invlt&d. Tho good namo of Oregon's voters will bo smirch ed and Oregon's delegation to tho Nntlonnl Con vention will bo placed in a humiliating position. For tho effect it will havo on thi November o!oc tlou It Is Imporntlvo that tho Ropubllcau noml nosg In tho Juno oloctlon shall 13 o'ectedbynnovor whelmlng majority. As n bellovor In tho prlncS pies of tho Republican Party it is your duty to bo at tho polls Juno 1, nnd voto for Cnko und Haw loy. Second Congressional District Republican Central Committee E. H. f LAGG, Sec'y W. E. WILLIAMSON, dim. MILLINERY Merry Widows, Trimmed or Untrimmprf. pll. flowers, foliage, Dress Hats, Malenes, QifS All that is Good and Desirable in 1918 Gauze Underwear, Hosiery-Best Values, R.&G.C4 sets, Towels from 5c up. Lace Curtains From 45c a pair if READY TAILORED CLOTHES FOR WELL nRrtArn JK MEN. I &fo TV J kJ rrnm PRICE RAN( 20 TO TORRID ZONE FUNARCE froquontly tho cra?o of today Is for- Aold, and will seo morQ nnd raoro gotton tomorrow; but oftoner, no- competition, from oursolves and glected or despUed articles become othors, for Americans of all kinds, an oxponslvo fnd within a short I w Vnvk Mall. porlod. Tendencies do not seem to bo constant, and aro hard to under stnnd and still hardor to foresee, Ono tondoncy, however, scorns to be becoming moro and moro influen tial in nearly nil linos of collecting. It is tho growing vuluos of Ameri cans of ajl klnd6 coins, stamps, autographs, books, prints nnd other documents illustrative of tho historv of tho United States and tho colonle's from which tho nntlou grew. Our wondorful placo In tho world's his tory has suddenly been realized by oursolves, and recognized by other nations; and ono rise In tho esteem and valuo accorded to "collectable" articles that concern tho history of our origin and growth. And then wo have money enough 10 uuy sucn uunga, and we are do voloplng a liking for homo products In these matters. Tho highest prices for Shakeapoarlana, to bo suro, havo been paid by Americans, and there aro somo superb first folios in our libraries; but It I3 not Improbable that Sotheby's will hereafter feel our competition less and less in that Grater M mm-1 m , GASFj J -J i The above cut represents brick lined Torrid Zone Furc... Guaranteed gas, smoke and du proof. Economical and durable, A. L. FRASER 258 STATE STREET. Estimates furnished on heatinic HICKORY BARK Cough Remedy AIOVVT(lV PVtf Coughs, Colds CROUP liui.iui1m.rHftf-Wi-. Whoopin, Cough HorrnM Bronchitis SORt THROAT 4 Mmmi m THROATn4LUNCS ltMMwOMlN wciott am ttutDt co. I MlfM. ORTCOK. U J. A. frtt 1tt)4 CU GERJLVX 1UKEUY AND COXFKCTIOXERV Now under now management SCIITjERKT & SCHNEIDER Proprietors Complete lino of fresh and up-to-date bakers goods dollvered to all parts of the city free. We are proud of our party and wedding cakes, delivered on short notice. Give us a trial Is all wo ask. Storo corner Twelfth and Cne mokota Sts. Phono Main 961. 1 Will give prompt i to all orderi, jurl work lo give Htiif to bo up to tbe Multm ard. WEWIIX11EHM' GIVE EST WATS COS! Call at ouribopcJl street, back of Burl J 8tore. PhOD85. rmmif BV""-T ormaMt 1fl FRENCH FEMULEj DPILLS. X Sif, Cuiu Bue lot 8crrM vn.lJ' L . ...Vl. (A l umim HUM tiw fW' f " UHITIPMWCAtC0.t0KT4.1iiWT.:M SoWk Satem by Dr. S.C Stone "-"'sra pI..Jiw-J Can w -" wj, v. tender sa -' t nork. All r T m from the eH' the table to i1 fMtldlOBl. u-r Wf flaality ta J "" "EftCM", phsae"