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ulV if A V -i . "r v lf. ,. v " jowwywiw --? 3. jm&t3i . JC . V-i , DAILY CAP1T,AL JOURNAL, JtA&eM, jOMKiOlfr WMBWUBDAY, QaKmmirJNr"'' " "g' 'yt? "riJTJptftt " fy - -t r e a 3 t v7cr CAMPAIGN COLUMN i r t p-X a n Vfi f -' i .'$. v i i endorsement y 1 . " i 1 u at 1 ' a EM0GR1TIC Hi the Public 1 r i.ltle Ky.i Oct. 21. msfllng oulgyllic, iV' . of noonln &J!K!?!!?S?Jly- i .?? to moro people than ,; Jmth of this Ohio river. . The V .0rfl..i.tiiio xcn for Mr. Bryan ' 'Limitation of ono of tho busiest 'AS campaign and the out-' ... hnro equalled any and per- iriuB - . ..tVil.ir In flin wnvt .. m fAII III! I II111L. la btV IJ ImonstTntion the candidate has Je?.?n..L; t,o was notified of his plnatlon. ,.. Lm the lime ho left Now Albany f.'nnka his final words of farewell IipoM nis ' rnMnlont of a con- nrTan w"3"" ' f : Arriving nt Phoenix Hill Park Mr. Bryan was cheorcd for 10 minutes and it- was with difficulty that tho crowd could bo Induced to check the enthusiasm long enough to allow" him to speak. Ho found It necessary to deliver thrCO mltlfOflsna nnn a .. audienco that packed Phoenix Hall, nuuiuer io an oven larger crowd in tho nark outside, ntirt n. thlri t,,n paraders massed in an open space near ttie park. Ho mado a short speech at two other points, ono of them being an address to a delegation of railroad employes, Stops Crush in Audience. . In beginning each of bio thrco peecbes Mr. Bryan devoted consid erable attention to tho welcome given him. Ho declared, nmld frantic yells, that, that the turnout hod been of chargo that tho Republicans were ex pectlng to buy the election, if pur-i chase was possible, and declared that1 a high tariff was a breeder of panics. Tho visit to Louisville was of but thrco hours duration, but In that time the Democratic candidate, made five speeches, Tho Dryan special left at 11 o'clock over tho Baltimore & Ohio railroad for Nownrk, 0.. whoro the i first of a series of speecches In that ' stato will be mado early in ia Horn ing. Orations in Indiana. The tour today of Mr. Bryan through Indiana was a notable one. (Accustomed though ho ia to. large. j crowds and lusty cheers, tho demon stratlom accorded him today woro commented cipo nby tho cnndldato aa bolng exceedingly gratifying. A A CELEBRATED, SPIT BALL ARTIST TRYING TO SAVE THE GAME. ,. u t- i r"- . t,.'AMi Jki.,i.".i'j " ' ,-...... . rM'fif., . Do Mar In Philadelphia Record. oration. Arriving In Louls- tlth the reception commlttoo htoipeclal trolley cars, Mr. Dry- through an unbroken lane tk from tho river's edko until' kd Phoenix Hill Park, sovon unr. whon the carrlago boar )Mrtr reached tho heart of tho I. ibqr took tho lino nt.tho head m procetiion over a mllo long, i vts waiting to begin Its march nix Hill. W crush along tho lino of march i down-town shopping district I w great tho nolice resorves woro Wt to manage it. Women and Ne endangered at a num- I cl congested points, and many r ictiaent occurred as a result e crowding. i Thrco Vast Meetings. such a slzo as to leave tho Democrats no option but tq mako "My Old Ken tucky Home" tho national anthem when.thev assumed chargo of tho ad ministration. Boforo ho had spoken moro thnn llvo minutes Mr. Bryan found It necessary to isetio a witty but poromptory order to tho crowd around tho platform to glvo way, tho crowd obeying Just In tlmo to prevont the ppssiblo injury of a hundred or moro persons who woro standing up on chairs and worq endangerod by throngs pressing In from tho out side. A largo mass of people unable to get back on tho floor was swaying dangerously. Itcpc-Ata Corruption Clwrgt. Mr. Bryan's main address omphaT sized two points. Ho ropeatod his pleasing featuro of the trip was the repeated callsl for Mrs. Bryan, who shared in the handshaking with her huBband. 9ho wa8 overwhelmed with attention at ovory placo whoro a stop wns mado, and was" the recipient of many hnndsomo floral plocoi, Tho Democratic candidate, al though ho had bust six, hours' sloop, apneared fresh and strong whon ho dollvorcd iis first 1G speeches of tho day .at Hammond at 7:30 o'clook. Hla volco was In splbndld condltlpn, find ho commandod tho strict attention of hlR audiences. His favorite themes today wero the poniocratlc platform relating 'to labor, tho guaranty of bank deposits and the publicity of campaign contributions, and ho fre quently aroused hla hearers to alilgh pitch of enthusiasm. XO MOXKY TO IKK1U8 AHMY OFFICER, (Coos Bay Times.) w l A B HlndBt It tho auostlon that snvnrnl 'Bty people are asking each fa lome of thorn would llko Nt to tho oxtont of ?25 or so. 'aiauy, a number of Coos tant to take chargo of tho Coos Bay recruiting station. This wns about a month ago, nnd ho hasn't returned yet. Ono of his victims, whllo In Portland, wont to tho recruiting offlco there to Inquire about Lloutenont A. B. HIndB of th9 United States ArtUIory, Who wbr to J open a recruiting station on Coos Bnv. &nd was told that they had PODlo are determine tn ntonr never heard of him. After making r it Individuals posing aa mill- sorao moro Inquiries, of course he. ' uioormes until they havo didn't conross nuoui ueing -BiunK,-' the oronor prednntlaia hn wu told tn havo Mr. HIndB ar- V Hinds appeared hero soveral rested In case ho should run across i so ana announced that ho him again. ni Hero bv the United States While hero Mr, Hinds wore n ' WPartment tn nnnn h rnnnnlf- Vlinlrl nnlt Mit rlld not BhOW anV 3c on Coos Bay He engaged other Insignia of his connection wltn tO bO URpd nnd nnnnt mtmrol ihn nrmv nnvlntr Hint ho did IlOt jolnj; over tho county to soo of caro tp have hlB presence gonerallv u plentv of material to ro- known nnd that he was o peclally l irOm 111 n.. .... - -nut. -l 1- 1. ..n nnnllllnl. until In ..v nnn very Kb'IIuI, WHS niftlUIII nut III Mtnc J"h ..".. .. Ur mint nf mllltnrv Inlm-mo. ihn nnoionnnnrfi nhnilt his Visit. ad became intimate with a - J S m3,h,l S5S lny, TRA . TOaniSj 'EiVS U S imports but little jWiiftft SaVShi more in 1904 than in 1864. CAtlrJy. Jk 5?o much noor tea. " u. ... i-- - nuu eumo nil 111 u- x tii k '1 nun money. E"- he tOOk thn linof ,. Tf gjycr"Ulng officer and asl8- A IAPTIST ELDER rtoHwatk by VInoI, Tttlnsn ...J . . Yur rrxf Mlarw youtnoner U job iJobI SK ScbUUnj'i Sut; w par Uo. LIVED JN QREOON FOR FIFT1" YEAHB The Dalles, Or., Oct. 21. Henry WUlerton, who died at his residence In (lilu lv rtn Tfrlilov laui anH wllOSB r8 down and wuv trata in. fiuBArAf nMiirrAd & week aeo. was r?8 seneral 4blHtT, al suf. oh of the pioneer residents of Was L?1 HiUgo. I saw o4 llvr co WHBty. Ho had been In falling "" cwied VJuol advwtiwuiaii j healta for a year pa9t, owing 10 a ! to h. i, a .!,... " strokfl of naralvsla. a second stroke 'mtiWni. TflS taE Pr0V,ng faU1' H WRS " yea f raiBft MT 1.. -Uflll ,. .r.rn In NnV 9100.00 Itmranl. would gladly be paid for a euro by many people who are crippled, with rheumatism, yot If they only knew It, they can be cured by a few bottles of Ballard's Snow LJnlrnont, and the prlco Is only, 25c, 50c and jl.00 por bottlo. Sold by all dealers. FAHMUKS' 1NSTITUTK AT SPRINOFIlJIvD The Lane county fair which was to liavo takon place In Snrlncflold In 'two weeks under the auBplcos of tho Qrango, for reasons has been do elded imprnctlcablo and Instead of n, fair as has been previously planned and advortlsod, a fnrmors' Instltuto will bo hold Instead. Tho date sot for tho bjg ovont will be Friday and Saturday, October 30 and 31. Speakors of national roputatlon will be present and sessions, both night and day will bo held. A big Indus trial nnd nrt display will bo ono of tho attractions as woll as many othor educational and amusing 'fea tures for tho young and old. As soon aa nrrangemeuta nre mndo and the plan of entertainment Is com pleted, literature will be sent out irt ana near giving me iwo-aays-celobratlon all the promlaonco pos sible, The putlrq program Is In the hands tof hustling' "committees and therefore, ft, is bound to bo a grand success TTTl n of Our Mining Properties If You Have Not Read It Then Do So The report of the comKlttee appointed by tke Salem Board of Trado is printed la your dally papers. l will poBt you on what the committee touRd, at the mines. Now we have their dadorsemeat we are ia petltles to irgo you to SIGN UP AT ONCK FOR AtTj TtlE STOCK YOU CAN HANDLE.- 1)0 IT NOW. iDONT WAIT. Wo will try and call on you, but don't watt; come to our oSlce and re will put you tu a poslUoa to make some money. BytblsUlme with all the proofs we have furnished no one can question our mines being all wo have claimed for them. Now, remember we are talking for tke Gold Creek Mlalug Mllllsj Company's property. Our stock la selling at 10 cents. We have 17 claims In our group. We have a saw mill, electric light plant, electric drill In our equipment and we have A MINING BNGINHRR WITH US WITH A REPUTATION OF DOING THINGS ia charge.. Wo have spent $20,000 mbre oh aur property than all tho other mines oh the crock comblnod. Wo have tho ore opened Up to shew for It. There are flv great ledges across our properties. Wo havo 1300 feet oi! work done showing the ore. The smelter, people ask us to supply ONE-HALF THE ORE REQUIRED FOR THEIR SMELTER. As much lis all the' other nro required to furnish. Why? Because It was thore. Our engineer told the smelter people that wlthlm 90 days from tho time tho road was completed ho would furnish tho full 100 tons per day ttfey required, and ho know ho could do It. Now don't It look as thougb our mines wero tho ones to Invest, In we ar boosting Marlon county's resources, and want you to holp us succeed. ATTIX & BOARDMAN, Fiscal Agents GOLD CREEK MINING & MILLING CO. OTTO HANSEN, President W. I. STALEY, Secretary. , Thero aro many good, honest, sin cere and faithful Republicans, who are mourning today because tho par ty they Jiavo loved many years, is op posed to making bank deposits abso lutely safe, when It can bo so easily dqnol o iDcWltt's Llttlo Early Risers", the famous llttlo liver pills. Sold by all druggists. . TORRID ZONE FUNARCE HHSK30 m Tke, above eat 'repreeeau out brick' lined Torrid Zena Turaade, Guaranteed gas, smoke and dust roof, Economical and durable. ' A. L. FRASER 308 STATH BTRIORT, Katlmatea furals&e es bratis n?0HI if v i READY TAILORED CLOTHES ? 4vyf) FOH WELL DRESSED 'I if AIff' ''X 1 - l . .... m " "" ewrJMBro (Vl6tl S " 'i wB' dWv Shoes, Rnkfar'llMtr, High ToprHtiatiN Shoes for Boys niH$ nrm vmr 345 state Repairing Neatly, Done Str, mt u THE UEflT ROAST THE FAMILY EVER HAD Can be obtained from our prime tender and Juicy beef, mutton or pork. . All our meats are selected from tho choicest, and prepared for the table to ault the demands of th$ fastidious, 1 Our jirlce are lowerfor quality thka you eaa tad at aay laee la galea, ' K. Oi C R O 8 B, ' rVn'll : r 870 fMf WC t - . ,. . MPS WFf)ASiWwSSciSrs DISON THONOGRAPK Is trreilstlble. Its eeletloaa ar'e clear, dlstlaet, tuafltul 'ail In 'perfect time. It oKert tke most fascinating, waltsee aad eplrlted .two-etepe of tke world's great compears as well as the popular daaae mMtUi of tie hour. It U a mil itary band or sympheay or chestra at will, affordla a de lightful and widely varied pro gramme without exeeaee ar attontlgn, ij. f. saVa'gb, SIT Commercial Street, "TT- T-rr -n r bottles Mdimnn-, i. ' r' WUlerton was uorn in no li. " noir feellag uaueuallr YopV Htv. Sentember 19. 1S51. and 7 vUBQinchafia. ttldiu- tlho t,nm v,Q )., ,.r .mMnnrA wn one' . wanton, N, C. of tke oldest settlers in this section. 9l Dfctpn nAjAiHK .. Tvrik&n a infant Ma mnfhfir nnd ? wanwed ef tk ii-i irten-father. Mr. and Mrs. James "Weod 11tpp .i.t..i a,1l Pearaoa. eraisrrated to Oregon, stop- $ .and .; moTJr- t Oct City for . short l,w. tones un ik ..--- lnae- tBen wovmg io om -cii. toT2ruPkllwT wke Mr. Pearson was one of th lto,,v,r!(,W' earlteet ateamboat builders on the ' fef th i muii upper CQlusia. ti Jf n-dow, wc- WMea a y0up gman, M WUlerton, jm T ted Dd tor e)l- moved to Sherman county, where In , . m9 ,- B. j ,j, ,. aaHPCWB WUB IH vr. - .r."! v noj 'r". ? fl). i - Co. I ".om. nanv'a nhons far many rears, e- sldM kU widow, three children sur vt M; r: ft. MUoa, tto and Berth Wllfcrtoa, all of thU dty. H. i 1 'I ,rH Quality cl perftct I I Yew jrmxr wllfrrl ft I l totee. m i Great ChlneM Decter I-, M. HUH Ha mealctne twbWi ym 'ear aay knowa disease. lie malwe a epeeial ty of, aud gHaraateee to eu're Catarrk Asthma, Luag, Threat, Rheumatism, Debility, itwaaek, Liver, kldaey Troubles;1 also any blackeaed or swollen soreaeee, krekea limbs; Smallpox; Kptdemlc; all kinds of Boils, Let Maahood, Female Weak nees, Herals Troubles and Paralysis Coneultatloa free. Care of Ylek So Tong Co., Ctijaeee drugs ki herbs, ,113 High ec attlrs, Balem, Ott oooooooooo Uim MATRIOK WIKJTOK O 9 o Teacker f Pkao, Orgaa and QlfcUBwMe Claeeee. uaUl OetOv O O W 1, l Ckwae taklag ad- O O TiweedtUHltee.' m ' n a A OThut TfJHnwe -1- Mdfe IttmMti' ft O O 4qto& inepBW eeei sbbi b ooooooooooo t WeUuinfler Ladies' SMrt Wakls ami Vfwt Skirts Jut Rif ht. Wo guarantee to. All of our shirtwaists are care fully washed with a special neutral soap, starched Jujt where thoy Bhould be starched and Iroaed by exerU wlw have made shirtwaist Ironing a special s4dy.' We are stleaelRg'the west careful dreseers !b the city wjth eur shlrtwafat work and aro sure we can please you. May we have a trial. ,, SALEM Tel, 26 LAUNDRY COMPANY IK.Kl.B, !-(... au. 'I --- -ft WWVJ fl, rav 44 Mile J4T H, Hft St. C. W. YANNKE i ProiKHtef ef THE FASHION STABIES Cabe and Livery, all Rigs Med era Rubier Tire. fltoeky tyvuntain ieu uyyctt IriBgr floli Ulk iv Kwwtd Ir. ,A jiinfl 'or (tnnrtlntlUm, WViKKio, IJfvf .Nil Ki'luey Troul.t, rimitk. Kcfum, Imfnur UlcxMl BAt U.-,iiti HliMcv.in aourr) IIiJiicL UoujarfHi Oiuw fiiwCAKr, Ma-Um, Wit, Salem fence Works Headnnartem tor Wmvh Wke Feaelsur, Pa?rUJ? N1"". Jtkete. Ottee, Malthoid Roolag, p. & d. Ready CHAS. D. MULUCAN WALTUR MORLlrf. "W CHrt' m JWMl wTW a. f. MAojf mx oo; 947 Miller ft. feet feJm, mH- (aturAr of all VlBa ftf hnu mtu ' ll4 fvult i.A - --.-- . Uk.. I CIGARS aod TOBACCOS J have selected tho beet ItraM of Cigars and Tobacco eesii U wltls the tr4e. Can jrrlv you wUh what you wfe with satlsfattlon, Also carry a com plete, line or soft drink. K. CAM, Pre front Street, oppoeUe The Re tepf,i, NewpoM-, Oreoa. . n j!