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ft 4V - W? HEARSTS OPTION Of BOTH TAFT AND BRYAN ' Chicago, HI., Tuesday, July. &8 Wllfiam 11. Hearst, of Now York, was tc4rA( qu enthusiastic- 'reception last jiteht wlu-n ho was Introduced aa the temporary chairman of tho first national convention of tho In 4epnlew:o party. Hearst delivered tils address with Intense earnostnesa driving homo his pdlnte In an emphatic manner that carried tho convention with him fr&m tho atari to tho close of his 4droiM. Hl description of William Jenntngtt Bryan, as tho "Knight in raotloy" called forth great laughter and applanno and hla allusions to other Democratic leaders iiIbo ex cited tho chcrn of his hearers, At tho conclusion of his nddres) ho wan given an ovation that continued for neveral minutes, Hearst Bpoko us follews: "My frlonds, this is tho first na tional convention of tho Independ ence parly. Whothor It shall prove an' historical event or merely a paa sing political Incident depends upon the wisdom and patriotism with which wo shall deliberate and net. "If tho men who mot in Independ ence Hall In Philadelphia on tho Fourth of July, 17?6, hud had with In thorn any fee) I UK of hesitancy, any disposition toward compromise or concession, that duy would now pais a aa'y o'lhef 'lay upon tho calendar. ''jKtit tho patriots who assembled tero had courage In their Hearts, determination In their minds, high Iiurpono in their eouls, and tho Fourth of July Is saluted throughout 'tho world as tho birthday of liberty for all men, Vurixma of Convention. "It Is too much to say thnt our convention can over ronch ho lm jwrtanco of tho Second ContlnontM Congress, but tho prlnclplo they jwet to declare we moot to prosorvo, HtT tho llborttea thoy nssonblcd to aecuro wo have assomhlod to pro tect, "I bollove, therefore, that wo will tfo a aervleo to our follow cltlrens aotl only to tho Inestimable ser vice rendorod by tho founders of thhi government If wo found a pnrty which will romaln unfailingly faith ful to tho cause of tho pooplo, to the principles of tho Declaration of J4epeiHlonce and to fundamental Mcaa of liberty, equality nnd oppor tunity for all. "I boltoyo that If any party Is nw jary to 4hlt country to prosorvo the government ns tho fathers framed It, a new parly is ucceHHury: if any party In nocoisnry to promote vrogrcnit and prosperity, to encour age tho houoit working , ft MOW JWly l necessary: If any party Is noceasary to represent tho typical American cltlton. io roprnsont tlto people In their slrugglos with tin (yrnn'cal inonopollus which constl tuto tho trusts, a now party Is nee isnry, t "In 170H Thomas Jefferson, who had ponned the pMnolploa of tho Declaration of Independence, found ed tho nemocrnl-Hopubllenn pnrty to )orputunlo thaso principles, In 1840 this party, founded to be tho party if tho people, had hecomo tho party of privilege, and tho Democratic party came. Into being nnd. crystal lined about the personality and prln clptcB ot Andrew Jackson. ; . Arrogant Arlilocmrr, "In 1866 the Democratic party hnd bocomo tho property of an ar-o-ogau aristocracy, which denounced tho self-evident truth of the Decla. . ration of Indepoudeuoj na 'slf-evl-i.lrnt lien.' Then tho Republican larty wai born to reatore the nc- tlon of tho government to tho pTln clple of Washington and Jerforon finnd Abraham Lincoln led it to lc 4tary. "la It not time, ft (hero not need 1 for a now r.rty vrhloh shall tnlto up Mh work of the partly o.J Jofrefwn, ,ot Jaekson, ot Lincoln, trtlft preserve for us and for the oltfebns ot tbn future the rights nnd Wienies widen those parties In thr hour of uso- fulness nrtwqrvcd for tho cltlieua qf jneir ijtuej 4,The old meir iieaiieuw, are no 'longer' equal to this work, for tlley have become HfAlthtto the principle whloh In spired them, and are unworthy ot the patriot who founded them - ,'Tbe Itopubllcan pattr U tho op. fn-handed, avowed handmaiden of monopolies, tho representatives in public Hfo of those giant corpora tions which have superseded the peo ple la this republic as tho source ot power and tho scat of authority, "Tho Democratic vanguard Is a Falstaff'a army, 1t is led by a knight nrrayed In a motley of modified pro fessions und compromised principles, of altered opinions and retracted statements," Hearst at this point in his ad dress mentioned the nnmos of Sul livan, Hopkins, Murphy, McGlellan, Taggart, Ilyan, Belmont, Balloy and Williams, descrfljlng them aa ofll- cors of tho Democratic vanguard and dealgnntlng them in uncomplimen tary terms. Ho then resumed as fol lows; r "A Falstaft's army, whoso banner benrfl on ono side a watchword for tho people and on tho other a pnB word for tho trusts, whoso 'only ob Joct Is office at any cost, whoso mot to, 'after in the doluge- "Assuming that Ilryan hlmaclf Is atl thnt his most nrdent admirers claim hlmto be, a great lawyer, 'an enlightened statesman, an Inspired patriot, still a mnn la known by tho company ho keepi, nnd no decent DomocraL enn tolorato his free com panions. N'o honest citizen can lot down tho bars of office to such n band of bbodlcra nnd bravon. "No pruddnfc clilcen will support a combination io which Taggart sup plies a credit and I'arkor a platform, for which Itryan will pny tho freight and tho peoplo will pay tho ponnlty. Captain KbhN of ImltiHtry. "Ilnek df both partld and under lying each nro thoso Captain Kldds of Industry, thoso highwaymen of high finance, who renllzo that to plunder safely tho people's purse they must first possess tho peoplo' government. "When I wnB running for gover nor of New York an emissary of ono of tho biggest men In Wall Btreot called on mo and raid that hla client offered to contribute $100,000 to my campaign fund and to ralo $100 000 more If my vlowo wore reason able In regnrd to honest business. "I told tho emlBonry that the offer was declined with -thanks. I nld that tho gentlomon making It were meroly posing to wnsto their good money, for whatever business wn. honest I would deem It my duty ns a public offlclnl to promote and en- courago It without any hundred thousand dollar brlhoa, and whoro- uvor business was dlihonoat, not alt tho money In Wall Street would In lluonco my attitude toward It. "I merely mention IiIh Incldont to show what I bollove should bo the attitude of any houuM eandldnto and the policy of any honest party. "No lawyer would s5rv his el'ont honestly who would reuolvo n rolaln lug too from the opposlto side, nnd no party oan honoitly ropreient tho clitiout where their Interests con flict with tho exactions of tho trusts. If It be contaminated by a corpora tion fund and uubildlcod Into slleno nnd aubsorvleney. ' llrmul nml I.llcml Ktnnd. "I urgo our pnrty to tnko a broad and liberal stand toward the logltlpmU) busluese enterprises of tho'lcountry, but, to distinguish be tweon' honest bfi'alnesa ovorywhoro and thoso criminal concorns which plunder through political pull an.1 pay for polttleal protection. "flood wine neods no hush nnd honest buulnoM needs no brine Honeat buslnc and iHaporlty are almost aynonymou torma. As one dovelops the other Ineream; whoa ouq It unduly disturbed, the othe tails. "Reforms must be niado as Uia country develops, nnd the people lirogrvss, but theeo reforms should bo carried out by. thoo In authrolty without tplto or prejudice, without ogotlain, Benwtlonullsm or without m Vratw Vauil or without n big stlol;. "Not all who aik to bo let nlonu really Vttitt to bo lt alone. The thief may well ask to bo let alono Our delicious Cod Liver preparation -without oiL Better than old-fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions to restore health for Old people, delicate children, weak run-down persons, and after sickness, colds, coughs, bronchitis and all throat and lung troubles. Try It on our guaranty o. w. PUTNAM CO. A fight may bo begun In Iowa over a successor to Senator Allison. Gov ernor Cummins will probably bo named by tho legislature, o Notice. Notlco is horoby given that tho Common Council of tho City ot Sa lem, Oregon, propoao to construct a sower in wild city, at tho expense of tho property benefitted thereby, and in accordance with tho plnns and specifications on flic In the office of the City Recorder for said city, ex tending the full length along tho al ley In block 38, In the City of Sa lem, Oregon, to Dclovlcw street, thenco nlong tho Eouth sldo of Ilelo- view street, Including tho Intersec tion of Dolevlow Btreet with Com mercial Btrcct, and to connect with tho sower which runs through tho center ot block 34, In said city. By ordor of tho Common Council. W. A. MOORES, 8-4-llt Recorder 1'owt masters' Convent (on. Th annul convention of tho Ore gon rostmnutcra' Acaoclatlon will bo hold In Portland, Oregon, August 7 8, 1908. For tho nbovo occasion a rato of ono nnd ono-thlrd fnre on tho certlficnto plan hnu been authorized by tho Southern Pnclflc Company. WM. M'MURRAY, O. P. A. John M. 8cott, A. O. P. A. Newport YAQUINA BAY Oregon's Matchless Beach Resont THE PLACE TO GO FOR PERFECT REST AND EVERY CON CE1VAI1LE FORM OF HEALTHFUL AND DELIGHTFUL REC REATION. ITS FACILITIES ARE COMPLETE Beat food and an, abun dance of It. Fresh water from springs. All modern necessltloB, ouch bb tolegraph, telephone, markets freshly provided every day. Fuel in abundance. Cottages partly furnished or, unfurn ished to bo had cheaply. Strict municipal Banltnry regulations. NEWPORT is reached by way of tho Southern Pacific to Albany or Corvallls, thence Corvall's & Eastern R. R. Train servlco dally and the trip a pleasure throughout RATE FROM SALEM ' SEASON SIX MONTHS TICKET $5.00. SATURDAY TO .MONDAY TICKET 53.00. Our elaborate now Summer Book gives a concise description of Newport, including a list of hotelB, their caplcity nnd rates. ( Call en telephono or wrlto local agents. WM. McMUHRAY, Gonornl PaimcngorAgent, Portland, Oregon. LO AxjnL 1 Jfcl, Will Bo Made Thla SeaBon j J SOUTHER PACIFIC (LINES IN OREQOX) Ftfom Salem, Of A3 FOLLOWS: IIOTII WAYS ONEirJ xu xiuiuUGH vn PORTLAND CALlFXHa Chicago St. Louis St, Paul Omaha $74.1 $69.15 $61.65 $61.65 HUTTERNUT BREAD. It Is worth more than any other tread yet the prlco Is no higher for sale at your grocers'. CALIFORNIA BAKERY, ThnntnN Cooler, Props. Are You Being "Hunted?" Ono of today's want ads. may bo hunting you clty for you. -rnnsncklng tho It may hAvo a message for you of urgent personal lmportunco ono that, when you get It. nnd heed It, may change tho Im mediate curronts of your activities, of youj Interests may oven placo around nnd nbout you now environments, new associates; may even glvo you an entirely new start in a business way. Isn't it worth whllo to try and find out whothor this may not bo true today, tomorrow, or vory soon. Salem Fence Works JuDJL Headquarters for Woven WIro Fencing, Poultry Noltlng, Pickets, Gates, Malthold Roofing, P. & D. Rondi Roofing, Hereon Doors and Ad justable Window Screons, CIIAS. D. MULLIGAN Successor WALTER MORLEY. 2,10 Court fit. Salem, Or 0. F. MASON BOX CO. 247 Mlllor St., South Satom, manu facturer ot nil kinds of boxes, crates and fruit dryer nccossorlos, Phono 308. tf 1 TS "vo TIIK HK8T KOUJT Tint FAMILY XVER 1LU . Can be obtained from our prl tender and juicy beof, muttoa e pork. All our aeats are seleete from the choicest, and prepared fa the table to suit th demands ol thi ttstldtous. Our prlcfei are lower to quality than you can Ind at an place In Salem, K, aOROBS, Ptom Ml j7o Rtt I", nhi thlevcrr. bul the leultlmata UAtUei, In thJs lJ i'f bl.,9l5 Vai thould ask for nil tho W, are no 'longer' eaual I oetiliraiiment that an Intelligent jbuluu administration can properly provide. "It is a fuudamental function ot BOYornmout to keep tho pwce. au4 to kHjp tho peaca it must lutorfore J,o prevent fraud t and violence and giaijil? tha trusts, it Kcorna tbotw who'Wwtton and jpprwaton. H l 'M LASOEST FACILITIES would rua It, rvpudlatea thoe who would reform it. and glorlw bratenly In Its profitable lutouiy. "Th Democratic jwily t merely vlou of lt twrdld slator'a Hi-got. ten inery, it upbraids her at one toctkm And imltatea her at tho nwtt. AHmey ot Tiwt. tundamouial functlou of covernment to uialutaln morality, and to main-1 tain morality It must Interfero to HSJur a bublnihu worAllly aa well as pronat morality, 'it la a legUtmato and proper function ot the government to pro- wot coudltloua that will lnrri PRODUCTION The Republican leadera are the wlth and bring about a Jut dls wlklcl attorseya ot trusts aud TK5TpaT): ON yyx rar.;i- I 49CT CsM mm .?cJW. PHONOGRAPH At homo, in the ovonlng, with nn Edison Phonograph to mnko thingf lively what better combination enn bo Imagined? Stop nnd think of this, father of a family, on your wny homo, and then atop In nnd hoar the Edison Phonograph and have ono sent homo. A very small prelimin ary puymont will mnko It youra. L. V. SAVAGE, 217 Commercial Street. n 1 llsisMif . . THE HOTEL iENOX Portland's now and most modornly furnished hotel, Third and Mnln Btrcots, fronting on tho beautiful City Plaza and udjacont to buJlncsq contor. Freo bus to nnd from trains, Up-to-dnto grill. Excellent culslno Tolephono In ovory room, Prlvato bnths. European Plan, SI to $2.50 Per Day American Plan, $2T.n0 to 9 1 Per Day, O. H. SPENCER, Manager Kansas City $61.65 TICKETS "WTLL BE OX bit August 21, 26, 27, j Good for return In 90 dun u Btopovor privileges at pleuwr. within limits REMEMBER THE MB Pflr nnv fiirttini Infn.mt.il.. .... . w. rf .u.uw. .u.wiuiauuB UI I HKUI118. l VM. HI'MTTUn.tv 'I Gonornl Paseongor AnL ' a uibiuivnu, UKCiUUIV, Tlino Card No, 58. Southern Vu Co., Effcctlvo Sunday, M if I AUUOi Toward Portland, Pawcsgw, ! .xo. 10. o:i3 a. m. Oregon press. No. 18. 8; 40 a. m. CotUje Ors passenger. No. 12. 2:45 p. m. Roseburu Bungur. Toward Portland, Frtlcltt. No. 222. 5:00 p. m. Portl inst freight. io. --o. iu;au ii:zs t. it- Why freight. Townrtl Snu lnnclsco, Pi No. 11 1:.:03 a. m. Ro$rtd pnssengor. No. 17. C:4C p. m. Cottage Grs pnsscngo. No. 15. 9:5b p. m. California i press. No. 13. 3:31 a. m. San Fnad oxprcss. Toward San Francisco, Frclk No. 221.-2:43 a. m. PortlMil freight. No. 220. 11:28 n. m.wsy fre'i Oregon Elcctirc Timo THft Timo of arrival and dpwt8rn cars at Salon is as follows, Pon nnd lntormodlnto peints: Arrlvo Ln Locnl 8:40 a. m. 6:00 1 Exproxa 10:50 a.m. 9:05 1 Local 1:25 p.m. 11:05 1 Express 4:20 p.m. 1:15 y. Iocal 5:45 p. m. 3:ll Express S:20 p.'m. 6:0H -3 THE BUREAU Is n gontloman'B resort you not only and gentlemen in front of tho bar but behind tho bar, ' F. P. TALKINGTON, Propwetor His long experience In the business has taught him that it pnys to buy only tho bost. WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS Telophone, 177, S56 State St. r Wc Lnunder Ladies' Shirt Waists and White fckirts Just Right. Wo guarantee to. All of our shirtwaists are car fully washed with a special neutral soap, starched Just whore thev shonirt ,a ..,.J ... ..''." juat . .iu.vuuu mm irooea oy experts who have made sh'rtwaUt Ironing a special study We are pleasing the most careful drewer. n the city with our shirtwaist work and are sure we en please you. May 'we hava Tei.LEM LAUNDRY COMPANY o-xo a. uoerty St, sr ffl& A. .AimilA a . , utyw-' fmawrr RCADV TAILORED CLOTHES ? rut WELL DRCSSED MEN, PR1CT DAMAr ao to $4, COItVALLIS & EASTCIUV M TIME TABLE No 4 Loaves Detroit 1:WM follows, commencing Jan. it, H1 TraliuT for Corvallls. No. 8 Loaves Albany I'M-1 rrlves ft Corvallb ....8!i, No. 10 Leaves Albany J:MM Arrives at .Corvallta ... i'.9 No. 6 Leaves Albany V-W Arrives-at 'bonrallla .... SlHF1 Trails ter Albaay. No. b Leavea Corvallls :' Arrive at Albany Till1 No. 9 oavoa Corvallls ...... :j Arilvea at AlhnnY i'Mh No. 1 Leaves Corvallls t'Mh ArrlVAa at Alhnnv .. I!"f No. 11 f Sunday only) Leavea Corvnllln ll:l'',; Arrlvea at Alhaitv .....Hi" Vn 19 fCI.,n1. nn!l 'I Leavnn Alhnnv 1!:?" Arrive a Pnrv-illlu .... Itl""? For further Information sm Portland, Oregon. JJ Commencing June 32na , inrirl.a a. Ill .. In atfArt OB " Of the f! A B R. R B bany and Yaqulna, dally ex" Train No. 16 TrjU; Leave Albaay 7:45 a m. 1 "I Arr. Yaqulna i: P-,H " : Trala No. 16 & Lv. Yaqula ..3:15p.m. J:n Arr. Albany. .TiOO'D.m. I'Jui rtn a.J.. Ika unrflO " fellwsr Lv. Albay 7: Si a. as.; W; J ll:4a. m.: lv. Yaqulna ." f r. Alby 21:JJp4 V 1-lS-li . rK .