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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OItEGOtf( FIUDA?, JUNE 8, ISO.
r 1 it THE CAPITAL JOURNAL 14. nOFER, E1. and Prop. An Independent Newspaper Devoted to American Principles aud tho I'rdRrcM mid Dovelopemcut of All Oregon. I II - ' I I- J " ' ! I HI rubtUbod' Kvery Evening Except Sunday, Salem, Ore. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Invariably In Advance.) Uallr, by carrier, per year,..'. W.OO Per month Mo DaUr, by mall, per yaL. 4.00 Per month 83c Weekly, by mall, per rear 1.00 Six month 60c SPECIAL DELIVERY For cottvonlonco of subscribers branch delivery offlcos aro establish t At tko following places at 35 cents por month, $1.00 for three menths: Asylum Store, P. 0. Do Voe & Son, Asylum Avdnuo Junction. Carllne, Seventeenth Btroot, A. W. Lane, Oardon Road Store. lOauo'a Storo, Alox. Daue, SouthCommorclal street. K ectrlc Storo, C. M. Epploy, East State Btreot. Fairgrounds Storo, Harris&n Dee, Fairgrounds Road, WowoU's Cornor, Twelfth and Cross streets. O. K. Grocery, A. A. Englobart, Twelfth Btreot. "Wheeler's Store, W. D. Wheeler, Highland avenue. Yovf Park Storo, F. Q. Boworsox, Twelfth and Leslie. ljane, urocory, oovouioemu net J! U itfooro & Son, cornor Capitol and Union streets. 'West Salem Store, West Salem. ' Plan's Confectionery, 478 State street. Df.lStdno's, 241 North Commercial stroot. , Huffman's Store, North Sixth stroot. "German Bakery, cornor Twelfth and Chomokota. $ 5TIIE DUTY OJPjJajip JlEPUDLIOAtf ' tARTY. While political parties aro not as Important to tho pooplo as thoy onco "were, It lil still worth while to dis cuss the duty of tho Republican party 9n Orogon. Whon wo- speak of tho party wo Tofer, to all Republicans, or persons who In tho past or now profess TO UELIEVE IN REPUBLICAN PRIN CIPLES. In Orogon there has boon nonilu ally n government by tho Republican "party but that Uiobo holding public positions at tho hands of tho party cared very much to popularlzo tho party by good works IS DOUBTFUL. Thoy have mostly hold office en tirely for iwlflsh purposes with very Tlttlo regard for tho popularity of tho party no far as rondorlng vnlii iiblo services to tho pooplo or CHAM TIONINO POPULAR MEASURES OR TROTEOTING PUBLIC INTERESTS. It has boon rathor a government of tho Republicans who got Into of Bto In Htato nffnlrs In tho name of tho party for their own benefit. Thoy cared very llttlo what ro cord or Impression thoy left behind thorn bo long aa thoy GOT WHAT THEY WANTED OUT OF THE OF PICE. Tho first duty of tho Republican party la to rcsprvo this and put men In ofllco In Btato and national affairs who will mako good records. ' In many of tho counties tho Ro publicans havo glvon tho peoplo good, clean, honont, economical govern ment, RUT THERE HAS' REEN MUCH TO RE DESIRED IN OUR STATE AND NATIONAL AFFAIRS. In our Btato affairs tho loaders xjonsontod to popullstlc measures but roBlstod reforms lllco tho flat snlary law and nchool land reforms. Thoy havo reslstod tho reform era bodied Jn Statement No. 1, which was. lntondod to euro THE ARUSES OF CORRUPT SENATORIAL ELEC TION8. Thoy havo Imprcssod tho peoplo , with a Btrong doslro to got back to tho, old rotten systom which has boon xinlverftttlly condomned. THE DlTY OF THE REPUBLI CAN PARTY IS TO GET RIGHT ON THESE QUESTIONS. It is u funda mental prtuctplo of Republicanism to abldj by tho will of tho majority. If, aftpr having embodied populls 11c moaaurcs upon tho statuto books nnd In tho constitution, thoy want to repeal them, LET THEM SAY SO AND NOT ASSAIL THEIR OWN CREATIONS IIY INDIRECTION. It should bo obsorvod .that tho con lomnatlon of tho roform measures r.ontnln.od In tho last Republican 'Btato convention havo nil been enact rd by tho peoplo. Tho lndlrept thrusts at tho Direct Primary aro answered RY ELECTION OF A STATEMENT NO. LEGIS LATURE., ' Tho denunciation of tho recall, and other proposed measures In thai platform nro mot with their enact ment by tho pooplo. Tho condemnation by party lead ers of direct election of Senators by tho voto of .tho peoplo Is mot by onactmont of a law DIRECTING THE MEMBEHS OF THE GENERAL AS SRMI1LY TO ELECT THE CHOICE OF THE PEOPLE. Shall tho machine leaders drive the Republican party farthor Into hostility to tho will of tho masses of citizens, or shall tho party becomo nmonnblo to tho majority? Tho first duty of tho party Is to gat Into hnrmonlous relations with the mnjorlty. i X son. j, 1 f iorn, ;V?Vll W i Keep Your idlo money where It will work for you wlillo you uo lool. lug for an Investment, Our Savings Department pnys tluvu nr cent interest mill all withdrawals nru paid ou ilomaiul. I SAVINGS DEP.VRTMENT CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK TO OVERTHROW THE EXPRESS ED WILL OF TUB PEOPLE. It Is plainly tho Intention of thono who nro dictating Ropubllcnn poli cies In Orogon to overthrow tho ox; pressed will of tho people In olecting Chnmborlnln sonntor to succeed Ful ton. That Chamberlain would havo do fented Fulton oven by a larger voto than ho did Cake few closo observ ers will deny. THAT THE INTENTION IS CLEARLY TO DEFEAT CHAMBER- LAIN NO ONE CAN DOUBT. Tho program 'Booms to bo tq toll tho peoplo It will bo In violation of tho constitution to hnvo tho legis lature ratify tho choice of a Sena tor bocnuso ho Is a Democrat. WHAT EXCUSE WOULD HAVE REEN TRUMPED UP IF CAKE HAD REEN ELECTED NO ONE CAN TELL. Rut Cako would hnvo beon nssall od by tho Bamo Influences, though porhnpB with not bo good n show of Auccqsa. Ro this t3 It mny, the Issue will bo lilftdo BY THE ALLEGED LEAD ERS OF THE REPURLIOAN PAR TV IN OREGON. Tholr cry Is now unconstitutional. Noxl romotyst ranees aro to bo circu lated algned by Republicans asking roprosontntlvos not to vote for tho cholco of tho pooplo. THEN THE INFLUENCE OF MONEY WILL RE ATTEMPTED. Who can doubt It who knows tho pact history of this stato. All for tho purpose of overthrowing tho will of tho peoplo and defeating tho law. Is thnt a good program for the Republican party to bo committed to? WE DO NOT BELIEVE IT. It would bo far bottor to eay, wo havo beon defeated by tho people In tho political game. Lot como together as an or ganization, NOT TO FURTHER RE SI8T THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE RUT TO EXECUTE IT. Resistance to any form of popular expression is only gottlng further Into tho mire. Tho rank and Mo of tho Republi can party WANT CLEANER METH ODS OF ELECTING SENATORS AND ARE GOING TO HAVE THEM. Lot us not put tho Republican party favthtr on tho defensive, nnd plunge deeper Into lndofonslblo po sitions. But It Is useless to give reason able advice to lenders WHO ARE RENT UPON THEIR OWN DE STRUCTION. Thoy havo undertaken to put tholr party Into drydock and will succeed. o COFFEE You are both judge and jury for Schilling's Best Your grocer retutst your moony U yon dMt Ula it: w pay bla GRAMMAR SCHOOL GRADUATES IN MAIlIOtf COUNTY Following pupils passed tho olghth grado oxamlnntlon In Marlon county hold on Mny 14 and 15. Salem John C. Carson, 923 High St. Margaret Polsal, No. 3. Otto Trlco, No. G. tt Alice M. Matten, No. 63& ' SUvcrton ft; Mary P. Morgan. Katlo Lincoln. , , George Klnkald. Tona Loo. Pearl Darkus. "" ' Lauronr3o Alrlck. Earl FlolBchman. Ollvo Jonson. Hattlo Norvlg. ' -' Donjamln Flolschman; Clara Funruo. Salem No. 4 Hattlo McElroy. Gladys Hopkins. Chas. Burrls. ' ' Mabollo Jay. Lynn McElroy. Floyd Dates. Sublimity Mario Odonthal. Theresa BaUBoher. Mary Van HnndlL Tamos Rlpp. iminiHviuo Ada Small. Mlnnlo Potorson Bornlce Wolborn Jefferson Lena Morltz. Frank Thomas. Robert Terhune. Corda Morrltt. Cora Morrltt. Hublwml Clark Will. Ruth Hurst. May Ronnor. .Tohnnlo Lcmbokc. Chns. Will. Martha Johnston. Roy S. Yoder. . Ida Christen. Marlon Homor Conklln. Loroy Brnnt. Albort Mltznor. Kenneth Doorflor. nervals No. 3 Edna Marthalor. Brook.H Mnrla Nendol. Clara Bleuor. Salem No, 8 Foment Bnrnlck. Aurora No. 5 Dora Phares. Loulso Austin. Stayton Delia Phillips. St. Paul ' " Agnes Murphy. MeKee Ray Doyo Aurora No. Floyd Walker. Turner No. a Fro'da. P. Neal. . . Gervnln No, 2 Amanda Hondrlckson. O. Hnzel Hunt. Colin Rubens. SUvcrton Cnrl Limn. Hazol Weeks. Eva Dlpkon, Salem No. .1 Chas. Riigglos. Eugene G. Grltton. Wnyno Budd, Mnudo Weaver. Geryals Henry Stnfford. Ruth McGoo. Stayton May Crabtree. Shaw - Albort A. Amort. Ella Amort. Salem No. -I Goldlo Williams. Stayton Basil Klrsch. Edmond Horrllng, John Apple. Wooilburn Louise Boaman, Frano Johnson, Edna Dammon. Chas, Remington. Marvel R. Frost. Mabel Feathers. Camlllo Hall. Geo. Richards. Salem No. R. Herbert Hoysor. WoodliiMit Geo. Kenagy. Blanche Fish. XoMe Myrtls Henderson, Tho. Henderson. Sa.'em No. fl Willie Porllck. Salem No. 8 Mabel Baker. Hazol Sargent. Roy South. SUvcrton Jesslo Hartley. Marleay Edward Tookor, Salem Sylvia Miller, Kent S. Kraps. Bessie Good. '1 'ift' ". - ''1 . J 4. i -' .if C ' . I i 9G diplomas lssuod; 207 took examination. Born in Iowa. Our family woro all born and raised Jn Iowa, and havo used Cham berlain's Colic, Cholorn and Diar rhoea Remedy (made at Des Moines) for yoars. Wo know how good It Is frdm long exporlouco In tho ubo of It. In fact, whon in El Pnso, Texas, tho writer's llfo was saved by tho prompt use of this remedy. Wo ard now engage In tho morcantilo busl- ness at Narcoossco, Fin., and havo Introduced tho remedy horo. It haa proven vory successful nnd is con stantly growing hi lavor. uiuaiB Bros. This rfcmody la for anlo by Dr. Stouo's drug Btoro. Tako caro not to allow food to sour In the pig troughs. Food Just what tho pigs will oat up clean. .If any remains clean It out. o BuckTcn'H Arnica Salvo Wins., Tom Moore, of Rufal Routo 1, Cochran, Ga., writes: "I had a bad soro como on tho Instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal it (until I applied Bucklon's Ar nica Salve. Lcsfl than half of a 25 cont box won tho day, for mo by af fecting a porfect cure." ' Sold undor guarantoo at J. O. Porry'a drug storo. u Sovon or olght Bhoop will paaturo whoro one cow would. From this you can toll how many shoop you can keop, If you aro now kooplng cow3 and wish to chango off to Bhoop. O' A Wreck is tho only fit description for tho man or woman who Is crippled with rheumatism. Just a few rhcnimatlc twlngos may bo tho fororunnor of a sovoro attack stop tho troublo at tho start with Ballard's Snow Lin iment. Cures tho rheumatism and all pain. Prlco 2Dc, 50c and $1.00. Sold by all doalors. , o ' Tho posts of political foncos nro not of preserved wood nor concroto; thoy roqulro constant watching nnd repairing, and in splto of both gen erally decay spodlly. . o Poison Oak Poisoning. Ballard's Snow Llnlmont ouroa It. Mr. O. II. P. Cornollus, Turner, Ore, wrltss My wlfo hns dlscovored that Snow Liniment cures "Poison Oatc Poisoning," a vory painful troublo. Sho not only cured a caso of It on horsolf, but on two of hor frlonda who woro poisoned by this samo Ivy. Prlco 25c, 50c and $1.00. A Now England hog weighed 1043 11)H. beforo butchorlng, end great ado was made ovor Its slzo. But that was nothing; wo havo blggor hogs In tho west that wear plui; hats. Konnody's Laxatlvo Cough Syrup Is tho onp thnt children liko bo woll to take ns It tastes nenrly as good as maplo sugar. It acta gontly yet freely on tho bowels nnd thoroby It drives tho cold out of tho systom. It la sold by nil drugglBts. n 'Tho value- of a dairy cow doponda upon hor typo, not upon tho brood alio la a mombor of. Tho vnluo of a citizen doponds upon tho typo of n man ho Is, not upon tho partisan breed he Is a mombor of. TORRID ZONE FUNARCE ML 1 EM Tho above . ctjt repvrosonta our brick llnod Torrid Zono Furnace, uftiaranieea gaa, smoko and dut proof. Economical and durable. A. L. FRASER 808 STATS STREET. Estimate! turnUhea on heating THE REST ROAST Tni FAAULY EVER HAD Can bo obtalnod from our prlm tender and juicy beef, mutton oi pork. All our meats aro (elected from tho choicest, and propared to tho tablo to suit tb- demand of tht fastidious. Our prices are lower tot quality than you can find at ni placn in Salem, E. C. CROSS, I'hono 201. 870 8U( . .Stomach Troubles. Many romarkablo curoH oftstom ach troubles havo beon offectcd by Chamberlain's Stomach and Llvor Tnblots, Ono man who nnd spout ovor two thousand dollars for modi clno nnd trontment was cured by a fow boxes of thoso tablots. Prlco 25 cents. Samples frco at Dr. Stono's drug Btoro. Graber Bros. Will Dn M.4. . --"urn,. auUTrw rAClp, From Silifl AS T0 , )r3! S mis. M.ioyjs SS9 is ' St, Paul m'jj ( Omaha - un . Kansas Clly Jfltt;; "" num May 4, 18 5,6,11 6' 7, 22.2V A"wmwl uood for return li 'o ""vursr primp,,!, REIEIiEUl(i rurany rurt&tr lilim WJI. M'lrrMjf General PhijLj ". vm PI WING AND OAS FITTING PORTLAND ROSE FESTIVAL To Bo Hold In PORTLAND, OREGON JUNE 1 TO 6, 1908 Wl'l bo tho most brilliant floral Fiesta and Civic Jubilee over held In the Pacific Northwest Portland, "Tho Roso City." wll be a scene of splendor and tho center of world-wide Inter est for ono week. Several Important conventions to be held In Portland on that occasion. The Southern Pacific Company Will Sell Special Ticket On This Occasion From SALEM, Ore., to Portland and Return at $2.20. For partlculas call on local agents. Win. McMurray, General Pussenger Agent, Will glvo prompt attention to all ordors, guarantoo our work to glvo satisfaction and to bo up to tho sanitary stand ard. WE WILL RE PLEASED Tp GIVE ESTLMATES ON CONTRACTS. Call at our shop on Liberty Btreot, back of Barr's Jowolry Storo. Phono 560, THE AVENUE Creams, ices, clgarj and confec tons. Corner of Seventeenth r.'4 Aaylum avenue. N. o. Bnker, pro prletor BUTTERNUT BREAD. It is worth more than any otaer (.read yet the prlco Is no higher, for said at your grocers'. CALIFORNIA BAKERY, Thomas & Cooley, Prop. Tlmo Card Xo. s Co Effective 'MR Toward PortUi i No. 16.-5: IS l. n-ftS MU33, No. 18.-8M0 a. n,- passonger. No. 12. 2:45 p. Q.-1 sensor. .r.- , ....... ..1 Muiiuru iwwg, KO. ZU. I'M f, ; fast freight No. 226.-10:10-11:111 way freleht. .Toward San FrutJMJ 4tU. 11 liiV i. passcDser. No. 17. 6: 45 p. iq.-iiasscnger. No. ,15. 9:5$ p. bl- nrcBs. No. 13.-3JS1 a. .- cxnr6c Toward San 1 No. 221.-2HJa.ai-l fralehl. " N'o. 225.-11:18 -i Oit'goa Kcrlrc Al Tlmo of arrlrtl uJ I cars at Salem It u I and Intermediate poiate Arrlu Local Expreis IiOcal Express Local Express 8:10 1. 10:50 t-a. I'M p. 1 :l0a. i I'M P.B- 8:10 p.t HOLLISTtR'S Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggots A Bmy Medioln foi Boiy Popl. Brlngi Qold.n Health and B""4 Vtof. A spocino for Constipation. Inlljrotlon. 1 U tw anTl ffidnS Troubles. W'P rif3SS5 ,nd UaokHctw, Ifa nocky Mounto in Tea to t ao let form, as cents n lox. a,n18,,Wafl "r HOLU8TBB DllUQ COMPANY, MftUIWH. WU. GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE MTM HICKORY BdKK Cough Remedy AiioivrrivuM Coughs, Colds CROUP WhoopmCoufh Bronchi)) SORE THROAT THROATndLUNCS yutW 0mv bf hauartunnwDYCa. I awiarir I rw- a i LtJ 'i SAlfM.OCON.US.A. k. ttfln Ce 'COIIVALLIS Wf! TiMB No. 4- LoaVrt DtM!t tnUnwt flaafil M ! 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