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Sunday by The Capital Journal Print
tog Co. 1J4 South Commercial street.
Telephone Circulation and Busl-
office. Si: Kuitoriai rooma. n-
Th raDifaf Journal . PARTISAN CHAGRIN
TnC WPlial journal artisan paper has a hard time these days in presenting
jaN independent kewspaper . y,aTonjz- th ;ts nolitics for it uses its news
evening WCpt n?I o u citntnala act norftr rTrvfi franco
The Portland Oregonian this morning informs the public in
one column that the "wet vote is main strength of Cox," and in
another that "300 dry votes put Cox across." A third column in-)
i . " ' . it i 1 1 . 1 Y yl 1. 1 I
Entered aa aecood ciaaa man mai-jiorms us inar, oia Douroonism 13 reinstaiea ana lox cnoice nits,
j Wilson," while another declares the convention absolutely con-i
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL.
O. PUTNAM, Editor and Publisher.
at Salem, Oregon.
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ARTHUR SCOTT BAiLEY
FRIKJTDS AT LAST.
With their feet caught fast in the
i trolled by the White House.
For days we have been informed by the veracious Oregonian;
that the president was boss of the convention, dictated the plat-!
form and would elect the nominee. Columns of bunk about 'ice, jasper Jay and p.eddy woodpeck
"perpetuating the dynasty" of naming the "crown-prince" haveUr could not see eatn other since
amwarwl anrl nnne nf th nrpfiiVrinns ranrn true jthey stood on opposite side of the
Advertising representative w . i. t T v ,. , , . . . , ,-, tree. Hut they squawked 1
Ward. Tribune Bidg.. New 10m; w. ""r m -"i ""' lu uc "Mlcu ""that they couldn't help hearing each
H. stocKwcu. i-eopies uas. state Dosses opposed to tne presiaent, wno controiiea tne Dig; other.
'riplpcratinns r-omnrisinflr Ip.ts than a third nf trip ripWarps. havp tri Ja"! W- screamed Jasper in a
MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS;, , , , . ,. ., . , ,. . . , rasping voice, which sounded a good
The Associated Press is e-ciuaiveiy i ti wOn.u uvtuiiiaiuiji 1.11- wimcuhuu auu uai.iatijijs liic.
otiued to the "'"J,"1"""" J ' ticket altho in the same article we are also informed that the'
SStno6thei4iMacredae"inhis0 paper ; convention was over-generaled from Washington and most the
and io local news uuoimne. nerein. rtpioo-arps office holders or their relations. Again we are told
When thou iest through
the waters. I will be with thee;
and through the f.wro, they
shall not overflow thee: when
thou walkest throneh the fire,
thou shall not be burned: nei
ther Hha.lt the flame kindle up
on thee.-"--Isaiah 43:2.
X'that altho the
bid guard" dictated the candidate, the sudden
screak to Cox was a great surprise to them and entirely unex-j
: pected. .And so it sroes. ' ' (
! The crux of the matter is that the partisan journalists are
, greatly chagrined over the fact that none of their predictions
I were realized and that the democrats after adopting a forward
! looking, and progressive platform, named the strongest ticket
; possible in a vote winning way, and turned what was expected to
be an easy republican victory into a promising defeat.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
The democratic nominee for vice-president, Franklin D. Roose-
f If ; veit, is one of the youngest men in high official life, being but
rf0miS6(l IOr.!38 years of age. He is a distant cousin of the late Theodore
Roosevelt, and has served as assistant secretary of the navy
Tlien lie helped J;isier Jay!
(Continued from page oe)
(throughout the Wilson administration.
j deal like the
saw at the saw-mill,
Mr. Roosevelt is a native of New York, a graduate of Harvard; -Ker-r-ruck! ker-r-fuck:
ever offered on previous Bargain Dsti
.ill K shnvn." . i
Farmers are preparing to come to and Columbia, & lawyer by profession and active in politics.
Slem in large numlraa j tne state genate of New York from 1910 to 1913. He !"e wa,s.so nsry tha' he struck the
is expected in Salem Saturday, iol- ... , . . , - , ., , , , , 1 tree viciously with his strong bill,
lowing are tho stores eigned up: ihas been active in Welfare work, IS trustee Of a Children S hospital j "Where Is that red-headed ras-
Ijenison-s Electr.c Fixture & Sup--jfJ seamen's institute, and One Of the most popular men'iril' that making so much noice?
V'y C"- .'riffipial lifo Jasper Jay. shouted.
The Needlecraft Shop, embroidered. Olliuai lilt.. . And "Where-a that lo..rl-mn,.w
ui stamped articles. i as assistant secretary ot tne navy, Mr. Roosevelt won high j biue-coated dandv'- asked Reddv - '.
commendation for work duiing the war, but was With difficulty) '"He's where you can't see him
restrained from resigning and enlisting in the ranks, and only!"1 hr he can t eat an-v beechmiu.,
Secretary Daniels intervention prevented it. Pb?5lphire,dfM Wan,ed?'' Jim1
At tne convention ne was a Strong Supporter Of JlCAdOO S B Jasper and Reddy cried "Yes"
Mrs. M. E. Brewer, drugs, toilet ar
The French Shop, millinery.
P. R. L. A P. Co., electric goods.
Price Shoe Co., ladles and mens
ladies and mens shoes f-'aiRiiuacy una ueiongs to tne anti-iammany iaction ot xsew iorkiRar. "TB"" w
HomncmiT ..... ., , ,lc ,,ul
. . The Bootery,
Peoples Cash store,
Salem Woolen Mills afore, clothing
1 and furnishing.
Gale & Co., dry goods, millinery,
mens clothing and furnishings.
H. U Stiff Furniture Co., house
Buslck Son, staple and fancy
3. C. Penney A Co., mens ana la
dies furnishings, dry goods, etc
Miller Mercantile Co., dry goods,
clothing and ladies wear,
ready to wear.
Kafoury Bros., ladles and mens out
Scotch Woolen Mills store, mens
made to measure clothes.
Kostein Greenbaum, dry goods,
BDllttnery, shoes, mens furnishings.
Hartman Bros.. Jewelry.
' Buster Brown Shoe Co.. shoes.
Valley Motor Co., trucks and mo
of answering, he asked Reddy a ques
tion: "How did Jimmy Rabbit happen to
play this trick on you?" f
"We were talking about certain
matters" said Reddy Woodpecker.;
"And I came here and waited while'
Jimmy Rabbit went to attend to some,
business he had." '
'That's precisely my own case!",
cried Jasper Jay.
To tell the truth, for once In their
lives the two scamps began to feel
quite humble. !
"If we could oniy get our feet out
of this ice I'd show you where there
are some fine beechnuts," said Reddy!
"Just what I -was going to remark
myself:" Jasper exclaimed. !
"And I wish you'd tell me where!
you got tht red cap of yours. I wantj
one just like it.
Reddy Viodpecker explained that
he had had his cap so long that he:
had forgotten where it came from. ;
"Anyhow." he sail, "your own.
clothes are much handsomer than
They almost had a quarrel over
that remark; so you can see that Jim
my Rabbit's lesson had already taught
them something. Never had they been '
so polite and kind to each other. !
Well, if it hadn't been for Reddy j
1 Woodpecker's strong bin thc-y might
He( Reddy Woodpecker s rolling call. And' winter. But Reddy knew how to use
his bill as a pick.. And when at last
he set to work he soon chopped him
self free from the ice.
Then he helped Jasper Jay. And be
fore it was quite dark they flew away
togehter and went straight to the
beechnut grove where they ate a huge
meal, without having a single dispute
On the contrary, they agreed per
fectly in every respect. And one of the
subjects on which they held the same
opinion was what they called "the
i,uf.iiv was. If a person had.
anything to do with Jasper Jay.
A CLEAN EC0N0MICAI FUEL fOR
OIL COOKSTOVEi HEATcRS & LAMPS
Some pelicans around me sail, as I wind up my lyre, that I
may earn a Bhce of kale, to buy a rubber tire. The pelican is
most absurd, it has no warbling skill ; it is a bonehead sort of bird
that largely runs to bill. It catches fish before my door, by
every artful means, instead of going to the store and buying
canned sardines. It hangs around in my front vard. close hv its
feeding place, and doubtless thinks an old fat bard should sing its ' th
'charms and grace. I've witnessed many tinhorn fowls in myin
long, sad career; I ve gazed on buzzards, crows and owls, in I
'countries far and near; I've looked on rooster3 large and small,!
vn wuunens ana sucn inmgs, tne pelican outclasses all, for home
liness, by jings. And yet it thinks it's pretty fine, as graceful as
a unue, 11 Bianas Deiore ini3 nut or mine, and seems to point with
pnue. Along tne Deacn, ana to ana tro, l watch its
case of Jimmv Rabbit." They both
his hands over his ears and ran away. ! said that he was a busybody and that
jou see, ne was so gentle that he I someone ought to teach him not to
never called names himself. And, nat- meddle with other peoples" affairs."
urally, he did not care to stay there "I'd be g'.ad to help you, if you
and listen to those two rowdies. know of any way to improve his
When the two prisoners for that manners," said Jasper Jay.
Is what they were when they saw "Perhaps I can think "of a plan,"
that Jimmy Rabbit was leaving them Reddy Woodpecker replied,
they shrieked to him to come back. It was actually funny that two such
"What if Tommy Fox should coma rowdies as thev should talk of anyone
along this way?" Jasper groaned. else having bad manners. But no
"I hope Peter Mink is down by the ! doubt such an idea never entered their
duck-pond!" Reddy Woodpecker! heads.
wmnea ausmanjr. it happened that Jimmy Rabbit
Of course, it was not long before keDt awav from that Dart of the
they both discovered that they were! woods for a lone time afterward: ko
myjln the same fix. ihe rlid not sm -Tasner And R.Mv
0W1S, mi -tnai young jimmy Rabbit played
a iricK on us:" said asper ay.
"He certainly did!" Reddy Wood
pecker agreed. , "How did it happen
that he caught you like this?'
Both Grocery Co., staple and fancy jtos silly as an ancient beau who ogles bloominer maids Tt think
"EE: c. win, music and musical LVs f 'Rn "diance to spill ; but, like the chaps
"v vat, It UIU?WJ IU113 IU Ulti.
C. J. Breier, shoes, hats, eta
The Remnant store, dry goods, hos
. Chambers A Chambers, furniture.
The Spa, confectionery.
Steusloff Bros., meat market.
Mideet Meat Market, meats.
Wm. Gahltdorf, crockery, glass and
Mrs. If. P. Silth, balcony of Ka
foury Bros- millinery.
,a W. W. Moore, furniture.
Tom Cronise. ntudio. photography
McDowell Market, meats.
The B. C. Motor Co, Auburn, Lex
ington and used ears.
The Salem Electric Co., electric
Dr. C. A. Eldrldge, dentist.
Salem Baking Co, bread, cakes, etc.
C. 8. Hamilton, furniture.
Vlck Bros, tractors, trucks, auto
mobiles. Anderson Brown, sporting goods.
Welch Electric Co, electric fixtures
Paris Shoe Store, shoes.
Perry Drug store, (The Rexal!
Cherry City hotel.
baicrn variety store, millinery, no
Sharer's Harness store, leather
goods, robes, brief cases, etc.
Buttercup Ice Cream Co.
, Cross Meat Market, meats and dell
jtsatessen. U. O. Shipley Co, ladies ready to
Ray I Farmer, hardware, pxlnts.
Salem Hardware, hardware, paints.
Portland Cloak Suit Co.. ladies j
Dan t. Fry, wholesale and retail
Mas O. Buren, furniture.
R- D. Gilbert ft Co, groceries.
West Fur Co, dealers In furs.
We haT endeavored to call on alt
of the merchants In the city, that aU
may be listed as a "bargain diy store'
however, If you have been overlook
ed telephone (1 and we will gladly
iva yon iuu aet&lla.
LOVE and MARRIED LIFE
By the Noted Author
ID AH McGLONE GIBSON
again until long after the first snow
fall. But old Mr. Crow (who knew
everything) told him that the two
were great friends. And Jimmy Rab
bit remarked that he was pleased to
Naturally, JaspVr Jay did not like to hear It.
explain just then how" he had said ; "I'll tell them that I saw you," Mr.
mai ue wis.ieu neaay mignt De put Crow said.
iook at ms red cap, j "Don't!" said Jimmy Rabbit. And
ana wnere Keddy couldn't eat any Mr. Crow couldn't make him sav whv.
more beechnuts. Jasper didn't know, But he knew well enough that there
. Bay, ior a moment, so. instead j had been some trouble somewhere.
Hess Miirolaml's Maneuver
I did not speak.
"Oh! of course I konw you do not ap
prove of It," he said orughty, "but you
know Elizabeth is all alone and I think
che will make a nice companion for
"Did you mother suggest the part
nership?" 1 asked.
"Well, I have really forgotten who
ousgested ft. but Elizabeth toM me
that since living had become so e.
peimtr it wasn't easy to get along.
And I thought that you would be much
better pleased than to have mother
come with us.
Was I wrong? I do not know
(TomorrowA Note from Alice.)
Polk County Court
. Chester P. Gates, administrator. Or
, der appointing administrator. Oscar
Hayter, attorney for petitioner.
I Edith Anderson and J. O. Anderson
et al vs. Frances M. Stanley -Wads-worth
et al. Order for publication 01
Polk county, a body politic and cor
poration of state of Oregon, vs. Inter
& Osburn, S. D. Coats "estate" et al.
Judgment decree and order of sale.
Otis Foster, farmer of Dallas,' age
various parts of the county. Miss
in. unH 1 ,. 1. ., . . . r .
Va .u'wiro ts Lilt; udufiuwr Ui -111. HI1U f
Emma A. Hinshaw vs. Wm. R. Hin
snaw. Case Xo. S3S c : 2S. to Merta Thisios teaeher r.r Tlallaa
' . - Ll H 1 1 II J ; V , - vm.
fllel. jage 2S.
Business Men's Adjustment com-! Mr- Foster Is a prosperous young
pany, a corporation, vs. Fred Lj,. ! farmer of Polk county, and Miss Thie
Branch et ux. Writ of nn,.,t,. sies is n well known rural team.,
- - ........ , , i m 1 1 l ui- '
VO. , havine tanpht n nnmhpp nt r in
. roiK county, a body politic and cor
iviiMe oi me state of Oreeon
Bauer and Osburn et al tk.,n,-. i Mrs. William M. Thiesies. whr li va in
I certainlv should," t said flrmlr J , 01 postinS 'e of Ux sale;11" Salt Creek district.
although my first Impulse had been I ' ,r . ... : TT.
one of annyoance, when I thought of .,, . V"n'"f ,vf H- A- Tocom,! WondhlirrL NlTlP
Elizab-th Moreland livtna with John's "? 8 A' Loc.om ' Notice of in-; " VUUUUlll IVUIV
other. I quickly decided that I would ,7, " , re'V!m rfal Property. Cer
. ti,. i i tificate of redemeption.
. K i . " .,i cup waa ui tivRIC.I p.- :j n. ,
, inyior vs. j,eon C. Tay
lor. Pinii-ivd , . .
of w: iMMrtZr," defeat Sunday at the city park
id.- AhiH - j ground HoodDurn deieating them S
to t. It was a dandy game until the
I But 1 was quite sure that she would
not remain very long, because she and
Madam Gordon could not get along i
"What does Alice think about It
"Alice didn't say much," h said
"John, you are not telling me the
whole truth." I said with a smile, "You
know Alice always has an opinion on
every subject and she certainly would
have one on this.
".Well, she said," spoke John sfow
ly. "that probably Elizabeth and moth
er would have a cat and parrot time, j
"1 don't know why you women are
all so down on Elisabeth Moreland. I
wouldn't be halt so attentive to her as
I am. If I weren't so ashamed of the
way you women treat her." -
"Oh, that is It. is it?" I asked. "Too.
mean to tell me that It Is only because
I snub Elunbeth Moreland- that you
make yourself conspicuous with Jour
attentions to her?"
"How do you know that I make my
"Oh. someone has told you, have
"A good many people have." blurted
eut John, and then I wss Immediately
"1 don't know what people should
be so censorious," he said. "Elisabeth
and I have been children, playmates
and friends all of our lives, except
when we quarrel."
'.'Oh you do quarrel occasionally?"
was my comment.
"Not very often," said John rohest
ly. "E!iubeth and I do not have a?
many differences of opinion as you
and I. Katherine. I suppose it Is be
cause we have grown up together and
formed similar tastes and ideas. Oh.
by the way! Here U something that
she told me to give to you for the
baby. I had almost forgotten It." i
And he hnnded me a tiny box. At
the time I was rather surprised that
he had spoken of her. now 1 knew i
ther- was method in his madness.
I opened the box and found a very
Woodburn. Or, July 7. Waconda
nn cusioay or children and 30 per
....., .w me support and mainte
nance of children.
Donnie B. Perin vs. Fred E. Perrin
Sibley & Eakin att.m.v. JtlOT.' iion P"1 P 6 of the nicest games
7th Inning, when the visiting pitcher
weakened and Woodburn got four in
the 7th and two in the 8th. The vlsi
In re estate of Samuel F. Ingelhorn.
uev.s-a. reunon to sell real proper
ty. Citation issued. Order setting
"in" o i nearing.
In re estate and
ueorge reterson, m
show cause and order of sale.nf real
Clyde F. Brookman. an engineer of
Philomath, age 2S. to Marv E. Teter
of Hoskins. age IT.
Wallace D. Irvine, laborer of Snm-
mersville. Or, age 21, to Marie Irene
white of Independence, age 18. j
of the season on Woodburn's diamond.
R. H. E.
Waconda t 9 i
Woodburn Sin i
a?n-:rrd,aoSrdePr Elfe TmmpOTt
SeatCe, Wash, July 7. The United
States army transport South Bend,
bound from San Francisco to Seward.
Alaska, with men and supplies for the
Alaska engineering commission, and
which grounded off the mouth of El
wha river near Port Angeles Tuesday
mnraln. Ht.ll& . . - .. 1 .
... .-r s..,,!. oi reari Kvetine Angeles harbor, was still fast on &
a laiuui-. it". It Kin In. nrdr ' snnii hflr &al -, ; ...
. . , j ' ' ' ." vua.v, m.Lwi U4UX ,w
bf sale ot real estate. Order to show I word received at th. nff of tb a.
Oscar Hayter. attorney. denot onrtrm.r w...,
For all departments
See J. Hodgson
Peoples' Cash Store
in re etsate of Moses Mansion, de
ceased. otichers of expenditures
mea. iscar tiayter, attorney.
in re estate of Leona R, Lady, de
ceased. in-entory and appraisement
iiieu. iscar Hayter, attorney.
la re guardianship of Lester A. t
thrie et al. minors Inventory and ap
praisement filed. Oscar Hayter, at
torney. In re guardianship estate of Mildred
Grabie, minor. Petition tor letters
filed. Bond filed and approved. Or
der appoint Hort C. Eakin guardian.
Letters of guardianship issued. Joseph
E. Sibley, attorney.
In re estate of Francis L. Talking
ton, deecased. Petition for order of
continuance filed. Order for continu
ance. Swope & Swope. attorneys.
In re estate of David M. Metiger. i
deceased. Petition for appointment of
tions were reported favorable.
Twenty adult cherry pickers,
men preferred: no children.
two cents with t-4 cent
bonus. Bus will leave east eni
of Willamette bridge at 6:3 a.
sharp, and return at S p.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
WEDNESDAY, JULY 7 r
Apply Zemo, Clean PeneH.
mg, Antiseptic tiqup
It is unnecessary for you .
.withftema. blotches, rmiZ
and mrnitar akin troublSrS?
obtained at any drug store (c
$1.00 forextra large bouCrfe
ly applied will usually give instamS
soothes the skin arrf heah quiSS
effectively most skin diseases
the most deflcate skin. ItUnotSL?
easily applied and costs littlTS
it today and save all further disaI4
Tot E. W.Rom CCImliu4,a
A happy halt for a cooling treat
Delicate flavor relief from
thirst with snap and tartness
that braces and freshens like
the morning breeze. Made by
the exclusive Ward process
from fruit oil pressed from
freshly. picked lemons, pure
sugar and citric acid (the natu
ral acid of the lemon).
Lemon Crush-, and its companion
drink, Orange-Crush, are always if
pendable for highest quality, purity
nil rw,; ;'i -i -j
lis bottles or at fountains
Prtpared by Onngenuh Co, Chicago
Labataiorn Los Aagaks
Bottled in Balem tY tfWU
cirleon Stols & Co. Phone Si
THE BANE of old age is constipation. The bow
els become weak and unable, to perform their
functions without aid. For this purpose only
the mildest and. gentlest laxative should be used.
The use of harsh cathartics aggravates the trouble
and makes the constipation worse. Chamberlain's
Tablets are a favorite with people of middle age
and older on account of their gentle action. "
Our g.i is re
th' Fiji dtes,
I..,fp l;.,d Ins
s.-) t'r ' ue is uruken
beautiful siring ot st-d pearls. ( II 1 I ' 11 f I iNlQl II !
"-'Let's see how they look around her! T J Jyl. V X U 1 1 1. Ill
wTi "SV iJL OFTOnETRlSPOPTlClAfi j
Klwn the is sleeoine " I s,iitl as f Bin , S c '' l.jj.lt,.,!. B.J, It J.J t
e doin' 'bout ever'thing! the tiny beads back in the boi andj I f
bttt stain ther toe nails. 'covered it up. I I 1
tausht hi w:fe t' drire.l In my In-art I had determined th it j I
. . . .... t. .... ..i ! .. . i. . t
my b.iby fthauld never wear th,w
A . '
Va"d ffSnrj moming vhen the thought
of health enters Into the meal time
flawr.and I is full of thesouS Soo2
ness ofvheat and marted barlef
OUR BREAD HAN
to one of the most killful ia
business. What he doesn't know aho
bread making Isn't worth known
Just to prove to yourself how foolu
It Is to swelter over a hot oven. txT
a loaf of our BAKE-RITE Bread
Once tried it is always a favorite. v
457 State St.
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General Banking Business
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