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linSc BETWEEN YOU AJND THE THING YOU SEEK i I lonntat i ,m ' , the Dmln m&a r-i f v MikWi -'ir-" tt ..i unrnir nnr iivi iim TTwrimitu him m i it t -r-w. VOL. XV1H. T-. -Mr ; i " ' .... . BALKM. OREGON, yitUlfljPAY, JUNE 1$. 1008 f A McArikA ifr m -v -- i -i - 7T1. ' "1 "7"" . . "" I '" ' ' ' ,, , ..r , "jfct -".-. WWtm SLEEPS BABWHROAT . "i , NO. lltt I0MINAIJON5 UE BEFORE CONVENT BALLOT AND THEN HER OWN ON! WON FOR TAFT IVK.V ARK NAMED' FOR 1-RESI IPLNTI.il. NOMINATION TAFT, GIXXO.V, FAIRIIANKS, KNOX', Hl'OIIES, FOItAKER AND J.A FOLLETTK. (United l'rci l.enitd Wirt.) (Coliseum, Chicago, June 18. icretary Tnft was noralntod' by Itodoro Burton, of Ohio. Speaker Cnnnon was nominated Htnry S. Boutell, of Illinois. iVIre President Charles W. Foli- ikt was nominated by Governor J. Inlc Hanly of Indiana. Governor Charles E. Hughes, of -New York, wub nominated by Gerior al Stewart L. Woodford, of New York. Senator Phllathlfcr C. Knox, of Pennsylvania, was" nominated by lieutenant Governor Robert 8.. Mur phy, of Pennsylvania. Senator J. D. Fornker, woj noml hated by C. B. McCoy, of Ohio. Senator La Follette was nominated by CochemB, of Wisconsin. After the, platform had been afl6pted and the minority report de feated, Chairman Henry Cabot Lodgo announced that the time hnd arrived for the nomination of presi dential candidates. Cniiiion Named. The roll of stato was called- and when Illinois was reached Rcprc tenatlve Henry A." noutello was rec ognized. He began hli speech nom inating Joseph G. Cannon. At his rofcrenco to the speaker, there was tremendous applause, which In creased when he spoko of Roosevelt. Tho Roosevelt demonstration, how ever, died down within one minute At the mention of Cannon's name the galleries let I0030 in tho wildest cheering of tho day to far. The Hit nols delegation leaped on their choirs yelling ."Unqie Jool Uncle r Continued, on page ten.) REPUBLICAN PLATFORM IS SMTTEMO :jr ONVENTIDN OUTBURST .: Mm TAFT - IS NAMED V Contains Anti-lniunctio Planks-Tariff Revision, Currency Law, Railroad Leg islation, Postal' Saving; Banks and Anti-Trust Laws niCAGOSTOBE PEOPLES BARGAIN HOUSE THE WHITE FAIR 3n L L bow In full progress nt the CHICAGO STORE. All White Goods woughout tha Btoru aro radically reduced. Thousands of Items to Pick from, Now is tho timo for Everybody to get a 6haro of those Nfilte Fair Bargains. Read on White Parasols ALL REDUCED . We, 85c. 08e $1.25 und up India Linons LL REDUCED "He, B l3c. Oc. 12c and un F ' - T Light Calicoes VLL REDUCED ' and 8 1-3 Calicoes Now reduced to 5c Yd Dress Goods and Silks ALL REDUCED Yd. 15c, 25c, llSe, 40c and up White Hosiery ALL REDUCED F Pair . .1BI icn cnil Kr --a..-! AQ 1J r Vests, now....- Oc Whjte Waists, ALL REDUCED P" 5e, 85c, 08c and $1.23 9 m JtLJJ III i-l ti I 111 rvXj Coliseum, Chicago, Juno 18. widow's pension bill; child labor The resolutions committee toda laws for the District of Columbia; reported tho platform to tho' convert- the now statutes providing for the Hon, soon after It convened. Th infoty of railroad engineers and flro- platform bb submitted follews: men arid many other acts, conserv- "Onco more the Republican party Ing the 'public welfare, in convention assembled,- Btibmlts iti . ThHiT RvvIhIoh. cause to tho peopled " J "Tho 'Republican party declares "TIiIb great historic organlzatloi., unequlvlcally tor the revision of tho that destroyed slavery, preserved tariff byja special session of congress tho union, restored crodlt, expanded ;irnmodla'toly following tho Inaugura tho national domain, established n tion pf the net president and com sound financial system, dcvolpetl our mends, the steps already taken industries and resources, and gave toward this eid, tho American nation a Bent of honor , ''Wejavor tho establishment of In tho councils of tho world, now rnailmuju and minimum rates, to be meets tho new prol)JcmBof govern- adrainistird by the president under ( ment with tho samo courage and en- tho limitations of a flxcfd law; the' (pac'ty, with which It solved tho old. maximum rates to bo avallablo to I "In this, tho.gceatost ora of Amor meet discriminations by foreign lean ndvancemorit, tho Republican countries against American goodB cu party has reached Its highest servico terlng their markets; the minimum lundor tho leadership of President rates to represent tho formal mea- . Roosovclt. ure of protection for momo indue. "In no other porlod, since national tries. Tho aim und purpoo of tho sovereignty wns won andcr WaBh- Republican party will bo not only to Ington, or preserved under Lincoli,, . Jtreservo without exceslvo dtitlcfc, . has such mighty progress been made that security against foreign compo i by tho American nation. i tltlon to which American mnnufac "Tho highest aspirations of tho turers, farmers and producors are American peoplo hnvo found voko entitled, but also to maintain a high in tho Republican party. Conscience Mnndard of living for tho wage earn and courago In public station hnvo or hero and in tho Philllpplnes, To reached higher standards and tho thot end wo bollovo in the freo ox right and wrong of private life hav change of products with such llmltu become national principles of its po- tions as to sugar and tobaccos as liticnl faith. j will afford adequate protection to "Capital and labor havo been domestic Interests. brought Into closer relations; thw Cumiicy Measure, abuse of wealth and all the evils of j "We approve tho emorgoncy moai privllego and favoritism hnvo been , ures adopted by congress.during tho put to scorn by virtue of Justice and recent flnnnclal disturbance and en fair play. ' peclally commend tho passage of tho "Tho great accomplishments of Jaw uesigneu to protect tno country from a repetition of money strin gency. Tho Republican party Is comm ttd to the development of a ' Coliseum', Chicago, Juno 18. Thd demonstration for Taft today wan different from tho demonstra tion that attended tho montlon of tho namo of Roosevelt yestcrdny, but It "was led mnlnly by tho delegates and tlgftllerlos mMch of tho time wore Impassive. Tho Ohio delegation bi gan singing "Glory, Glory Hnllelu Jah" and tho delegations from the othor states Joined, .There was grent cheering nnd yell ing among tho regular Taft boomers stationed In tho gallery at tho'rear but they did not hnvc much effect upon their neighbors, jMto llulletln. Taft was nominated on the first .ballot, which resulted as follows:1 Taft, 703; La Follotto, 25; Foraker, 1C; Cannon, 61; Fairbanks, HO; Knox, S; Hughes,. G; Roosevelt, 3; told', 970. 5;2G p. rn. Nomination of Taft mndo unanimous. Convention ad Journcd until 10 a. m. tofiiQrjtjTv,., KIIISIIIR GHILDREN AND SELF IN WEST VIRGINIA TRAGEDY ENACTED IN LONELY HrOTTOTH LIVE8' END AS THEY HLUMIIER COMMITft SUICIDE IN CHAIR. I I THINK JAP BOAT IS (United Vt t.raatil W!r.i Parerburg, W. Va Juno 18. A terrlblo tragedy was' onacted Ser hero today whon Mrs. A. L. Stairs of Sandy Crook, cut tho throats of ker two children and then slashed her pwn throat, Tho woman lived In a small home on tho outsktits of tho town, 8hp had cut tho children traWi wklk they slopt and both little bodies were i found In bed with their throats tt fromnfsr to ean One child whs six' x ft ij-mwths . rAv, fri! 10 s od awl -the other was two, 'Womahi.theH'Bat Ih aehalt" and dellberatoh'V dr'ew ' tint Vulftw ' across her own throat, 'falling to tho I lloor dead, . ' SMUGGLER: ' 1 li'nltfif 'rrn I.m1 Wit. Son Frnnclsco, Jmc 18. It wn tone Inmn In tho "manor hottM ." ! Joiri Cqlo, areIa.Uyb; the tlai-rlK i 'family, was in the. roAm-at tho Am Jf of tho" explosion nnd was ha,dly burn ed. .. President Roosovclt havo been, first and foremost, his bravo and Impar tial nnfnronniont nt tlio Intt'B' hl ' .,... W...U. -. ...... w. ...w ....., -..- . prosecution of Illegal trusts and ( permanent currency system, respond- mnnnnnHna. ihn nvnnunrn nn.l mm. ini! to Olir CTOatOr nCCdS. ThO OD Ishmont of evil-doers In public sen- polntment of a national monetary Ice: moro effective regulation of the commission by the present congress Ladies Suits Now gains. ALL REDUCED is your time to get Bar- ?15 and $18 Suits Now jS8.50, SI 0.50 $25 and $30 Suits ,,, Now 912.50, $10.50 fThe Store That Saves Yon Money a lonely landing place on tho coast near Snntn Ilnrbarn to await the ar rival of the Rritlih j-teamor Pinna, under charter by the Jnpancso line; Toy) Klsen Kalsha, from Yokohoma to carry oil. It Ib understood' among- rovenuo ankers who permit themselves tu whlBper of thq ca'so, that a cable from tho special agent of tho govern ment nt Yokohama, saying that tho Ftcamer hat contraband opium and silk and several Japanese coolliw aboard, Is tho reason for tho action of tho government, nnd n rovenuo cutter will bo sent to Gnvlotn to await developments. Tho Pinna is chartered to carry oil. It wns reported when sho last landed at the lonely port that sever al Japanese without papers .had been put nshore. Just why tho liner should clear from Gnvlota Is n mys tsry and the collector of the port nt Lor Angeles will be asked why per mission wns glvon tho Japnnese boat to clear from there, o-, FREE LOVK HOME Ill'HNKD TO GROUND It'nllfd Vtf !,.! W'ltf.i Santa Roin, Cal., Juno 18. Ths "manor house," famous as the head qurters of the late Thomas Luke Harris, founder of a free love and spiritualistic colony, is a mass of the world. Tho United States now . " - - onarreu ruins touny aim over ,- havo one-fourth of the worlds l"ne. w-on !" ' vcrjr uuunr 000 worth of honit belonging to the "" . ...... I, nun. I .mnn vol no n a fnful ID I ... ... . .. . ...... wealth It makos one-third of tbw "ii ' - f" .. -. '- uiurary ot tno coiony ami vauiaojo . .. ....aa.mm.1 n.ArltllltD 1(A modern mituutitcvaicu inuuuuu, w'j the great natural wealth of the coun lunrnuu nero touay mat agents or ,,, ,"&...:, . ,, ,fJ (- been dlspntched secretly to Gnvlota, ' . .,,,,, ) '. . ,.. Lawrencp 0Jj)hnt)t,n ,djjniujshed Enjilfsl'i diplomat nmi' wrlta, was a member of tho colony nt ono time. Later his cousin wroto a novol muk- Ing bitter chnrgeo against Harris. rates and servico of the great trans portation linos; tho complete over throw of preferences; the nrbitrn tlon of labor disputes; tho ameliora tion of' tho conditions of tho work ers of tho country; conFervatlon ot our national resources and a for- ' ward stop In tho Improvement of our Inland water ways, "Wo declare our unfaltering ad-J herence to trio policies mu inaug urated and pledge our party to tht'.r continuance under a Republican ad ministration of government, "Under tho guidance of Republl after impartially Investigating all proposal methodB, Insures tho enrly realization of this purpose. Tho pros ont currenoy laws havo fully Justi fied their adoption but the expanding of commerce, the marvelous growth of wealth and population, tho mul tiplication of centers of distribution, the increas'ng demand for tho move ment of crops In tho west and south, entailing periodical changes In mon etary conditions, discloses tho neod of a more elastic and adaptabe sys tem of currency. Such a system must be automatic in its operation, cun principles the American peop'e minimizing fluctuations in Interests have become tho richest nation In " tes nd above all, must be In Tho United States now narmony wish ,.,.. . try has been scarcely touched. "Nothwlthstandlng tho Indefenslve filibustering of tho Democratic ml- , nority in tho house of representa ' tives, during the last session of cor. ' gress. many wholesbmo and progres sive laws were enacted. I "Wo especially commend the pas sage of tho emergency currency bill; 'i e appointment of a national roone ' tary commission; the employer government liability laws; tho meas ures looking to a greater efficiency of the American army and navy, tbfe gold. brlo-a-brac Is a total lots. J'oMal Snvlntc Hunks, TJie flro parted last last night as "We favor the establishment of H reMllt of an erosion of a kero- postal Bcvlngs banks as a system for the convenience of tho peoplo and tho encouragement of thrift, Antl-TruM Lmv. "The Republican party passed the Sherman anti-trust law over Demo crats opposition and enforced It aft er Democratic dereliction. It has been a wholesome Instrument for good in the hand, of a wise and fear less administration. But experience has shown that its effectiveness can HAWAIIAN "PRINCE" . MISSING lUnlttd I'rria Lttied Wire) Tahiti, Juno 18. Arlllpaua Sal mon, or "Prince" Salmon, who cut n wide swath while In San Francisco soino time ago on his wny to Hono lulu to claim ex-Queen Lllliioknlnnl for his brldo, has dropped complete ly out of sight and not even his mot lutimatQ friends know his whero abouts. Through Inquiries concern ing him It has become known that Salmon has no claim to tho title of prince and was Just n common Tua motu Islander. "Prince" Salmon' visit to San Francisco proved his un doing. Llllukalanl had given her consent to tho wedding but when tales of her fiancee's ostapade In California reached hero tho 'Prince" came Into dlsfnor, evsn In his ho-na Island. j t, i j. i 0- hi "I - ,'' Moro human liberty knocked. Race track guniblini' is to bo stopped In New York stato. l Continued on four.) j Automobile For Sale FJrst clnsa 35 horse-power, touring car for sale cheap. Owner "wlli guarantee car. Equlro at Journal office. 5 pasjengei Stoddard-Payton " n A --. -y -w-"- a'''