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OTDFORD MAIL TRJBUNR MEDJTORD, OR1WON, WIWNKSDAW 0 TO HICK 28,
The following ik a verbatim voport
nimlu bv Hie Portland .lourniil's stuff
vnrroHiHinilont nl Ilillslioro of tlio
ftpr-ut'li nniili' tlipru Saturday niisht by
Dr. Jiiiiiiw Witliyeomlii!, miididnto for
governor. It h Mtiiiliir to many otlirr
nH'c(lii's ninth' by Dr. Witliyooinlie, n
cnn bti proven by stenographic re
port, and gives an m-lglit into tlio
chnractiir of the man seeking to lie
coiiiu governor of Ortunu.
"When 1 was nominated 1 thought
I could stay homo and, of course, lie
elected. What was mv wirpriM' and
griew and utter amazement to hai a
pnrtimilnr junior 1 need not mention,
but which you all know, come out and
claim I was 'nnir..UiV and 'bottled'
and 'corked' and a lot of other Ihinjr.
"Oh, my friend, tbi" imi'I so. What
vm my surprise and indignation to
nee tho governor come, out and work
apiiiiht me. 1 forgive him, lor I lie
lievt! he in insane. Wlmt do you
think of a governor who will attack
tlio record of a man who has lixed
hero forty years?
Iteconl Oeclnrcd Nilotic?
"Oh, my friends. My record i
open. Then) it no blotch on my pub
lic or private life. My record is
8potles. It is clean. I don't defend
u single charge against me. I have
been grossly mi-represented and held
up to public ridicule. Oh, my friends,
1 have been pointed at as,a failure.
"Our governor comes out with at
tacks, on my record, lie should be
in the madhouse. Isn't it a shame
Oh, my frieiaN, to pn'v your governor
$11 a day and have Iiim spend' lift
time running' around to belittle me.
"Oh, my friends, think of n pajier
that is supposed to represent some
thing, coming out cverj' day with dou
ble column editorials and 'cartoon1
against me. 1 snap my fingers at
them. I was the first one to come
out for the single item veto. I have
never expressed one word of opposi
tion to the single item veto, Ilecaue
I said it might be a two-edged sword,
this paper has tit tacked inc. Suppose
we have a vicious governor, like n
certain one I could naine, who told
someone if they would help him in a
certain matter lie would veto any six
bills they picked out. They say I am
Kxplnins High Tuics
"Oh, my friends, this is not so,
either. I wear no man's collar. 1
stand on my own feet.
''Why nre our taxes po high, my
friends? It is because the governor
and the legislature work nt cros pur
poses. They .have come out and -aid
Withycombe will let the lcgi-lntiirc
ride over him, ju-t because I ndvo
cated haromny. Thev twist up what
I say till the people don't know what
I mean. , t
"If they bring in too largo an ap
propriation I will veto It. It is because-
the governor and the- legisla
ture do not get along that the taxes
are so high, My farm i two miles
from here, and I only get .8()0 a yenr
for it, and last year I paid -fllC
"Oh, my friends, this is too much.
It is too largo a burden. Wc can't
stand it. If I go in as governor I
will try to give you something good.
"Oh, my friends, I am going to
speak right out in meeting'. I am
surprised. I thought I would have
an easy time, but I am having an ex
ceedingly hard time. I have had to
see as many people as 1 can. I have
been o five towns today.
Poisoned People's Minds
"III southern Oregon, what do you
think I found? My opponent has
poisoned the minds of those who !iao
the dry issue on their brnjns. He tells
lhcui that all the saloons nre sup
posing me. If they are I don't' know
why (hoy should. If they nro siin
porfing me I don't kno wit, I want
you all to know that any laws there
nre 1 will enforce rigidly. I stand for
a higher civilization. I stand for ev
erything good, and yet they assassin
ate my character,
"Oh, my friends, I would like not
to have to say anything about mv op
ponents. They are assaulting me on
every side. The yellow press 4n say
ing menu things about me.
"Oh, my friends, thev are dying to
defeat inc. Wliul wo need Is less pol
Jtics, This coiiulry is one of tho liu
cs;t garden spots; in the world. Oh,
my friends, seed time and harvest arc
sure here. Tho Willamette 'valley is
the geui of the world, Vn wnnl
ciioaper money, I don't mean the
banks nru not doing Iheir duly, but
we want cheaper money.
,JWH4UM)' ami Uciiniurk Coiiipuivil
"Phi in.v Jilcnik sen (lermiiiv
(IwuHiny Is mm of (he gniiuhml conn
lllc in the wwild. The fanner theiu
liMVi chesp nmiirj. oh, mv fricmb,
HNi SIM M1"lt'IMU (It'iiiumy ii mi''
K k' will) I k.
"Mi mv Inemlw, ny tlnm I ilml
f4kumtli it iu.iU m limit ftutlj
MARY GOULDEN IK "MILESTONES," AT THE PAGE THEATER, MO NDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 2ND
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("K'!- III rtTC&w1i!il $'m '" "K -.' JrW,
"The w mini of tnbi unit .hnl,
' wmiium u-ed tu lie. Th'i h.ird
Tlic. none of the old 'ii', I i
-ed tb-it'w l he crv w he ere
So spiivk- Sir John Khmd i hi
acd lu wife -it opiinite oi. h olhir
nt the n. place of the old le n i w a
i the guv!- hne uon nil r lit cue
1 bretioii of their old'ii widdiii.' i"
nixer-nrv in the last nil oi "MiK
-'one," which comes tu lb 1' '
thc'iti r, ocmliei '2.
I'd! ew'ii a- tlm Vtti'i'i I. e d o' '
MI:an li'iiU bet' head in dut.tol ;r.
MMi , i Ikh' uilllul niiiiuMa.ii.hli r,
'i.i-( hncKiiiir indeK'iuliiiee in
i h ic-u'i: her own liuvlioml b i .mi. d t
Uvcry tlctor ir( ntatlc In our fno
lury uml iluiininteiMl iJjlit or
money hack. Wc make IMMKU
I Vfl'. shipmeiit uny where from
liirjlesit Btiieh in weal.
liimillnii.M(l)lri. . 2.75 lip
CiitiniiiiiiDoiiii .... ?l5"
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I;iriiilillunii,iuritr . . "IU
HI' SAVh Otl 'i ON
!,..!., .n.lo na lr h.mft, ""'"J.
lIIJl'lli1f.l'i'ili '' ''
Vlilkhc n,l (.!.
WKIIh Mill (AlALilu i
with pride. They had but 11.000,(100
ucres of cold, barren lanad. See
what they have done. Why, my
friends, the Wilbunett valley i- far
superior to Deumaik. Some day we
will have 2,00l),ll(lll hh4o in this'val
ley. "Oh, 'my IrieinN, think of our for
est wealth; one-sixth of all the lim
ber in the Tnited Slate- i- here, but
Senator llootb is to speak, lie will
tell you all about, that. 1 believe I
mn going to be governor. 1 don't be
lieve the voters will be deceived by
the cartoon in the vellmv yrc . I
thank you, my friends."
IS SERIOUSLY WOUNDED
AT BOOTH RALLY
t'li- 1 1 Hide iMi lb nii of Hie ir..l ''
.n, -IciiU into the room, -hl cm
Ii.ici hi'ii, ilttips n llower 1 1 in le i
I imiiii niiii his IihiiiI ami wild i v li
pered go id ni'.'hl, .iinls hum the
room. And old John ltlivd, In
v.hn.e p'iilupliv Mei turned In lin
m pie ai't. igh mill ny, "' lic
am) li mil" Ami I lit- old nile, iiirtbliug
lur head, -ns, "Yc-, .loliit."
That i tin- curtain that closes one
oi the iot lieniitil'iil nIoivh ever told
mi the -tagc. "Milcl ones'' Iiiim cup
. " ' " tured IhuileiintM of Huglnml and
lmvo lucceJcd In lax ln; mines . Alwttni lw m .,. , v ,, ,,, in
around the north of lr!and ami that ,. , ,.Ml.nio r ,
hi, a tlureforo nhould not juim with- wi.,.llr tronki.es. rt,., i wonder
In sixty mile, of Tory Hand. It . J ,, (elinmiloa or ..lwm..,cr. The
considered j.iol.ablc that It was one I ,. ,.,, ,.,. ,,,,,, tti( ,,,,. M
of llic-e ml'iiw tlmt tho llrltlHlil.,,,11 .,, .....i, vv ..... iri-.
.steamer Manclioitur t'omuierte alnirK
;SA'N' FilANCICO. Oct. 2S. Ac
cordlnc to a letter received by Mrs.
Norman K. Sclby, wife of the pugilist
called McCoy, from Trance, Georges
Carnentler. tho Idol of tlio French
sporting public, is fatally wounded.
One of his lungs was punctured and
ho is not expected to live.
K. A. Hootb, republican nominee
for 1'nitcd State-, seuntor. will .-peak
nt the Xatatorium tomorrow evening
at S o'clock. In addition to his talk,
there will be a splendid mu-ical pro
gram, rendered a- follows;
"My Own United Si.itc-". J. Kdward-
V. C. Kdmead-.
A-hluud Klk-' Quartet
".My King" - .
"'".inn iuiii tuu
i SINKS JAP CSUISER
JXenenitiolis nf iu
i lililtlitrr lied ti al ...
mid -drums o
iuiiu. lei. a, it a. in.-
Japaae rrulor Chltos repelled two
attacks hy tho Oorman wnrnhlps on
the ulghtR of Octohur ts and IU, fol-
.-Selected 'owing tlio (lintnictlon of the .Iuian-I You take a Dr. Jaiiio-
- . lnink Lviie- u cruiser 'inhueituio oy a (iermau i powder and In j:it u f. w momeiiiHl
Uert Ander-oii. " ' torpeilobant dostror In Klao-CIiow I your head clear and nil mmr.ilM.i
Speech It. A. Hooth
A-hland Kiks' pmitet Selected
C.lonel II. I'. Wa-hbarn of Tabic
Kock will introduce Mr. Hooth.
harbor on Octolwr.17
Tho (termnn and iiuln faden awn), lis the iitit k
ahlpn fled In. u Klao-Cbow harbor. .Utl and sureni relief for li'inlmlie
Storms have delayed tlm general j whether dull, throbbing. illtlliiK oi
.Inpnneco ntrnult o:i TbIiir Tan nnd uorve-rarklng. Hcml miiiiimik. to the
the rough ccas have ruleaicil mine drug more and gl a dime parkum
- German Mines Off Ireland Coast J which are endangering navigation, j mow. Quit n.ifforlug It's ho ni-.-d-LI
VBRP.OOIi, vlu London, Oct. 28. 'Tho preliminary bombardments of the len.s lksure ou et Dr.. Jniiiwa'
C:G0 p. m. The admiralty hna warn-1 forts from land and ncn rontlnuu and Headache I'owders then there will
ed shp owners that tho Germans ' aro causing much dcitrmtion. be n. dlnniolntuiunt. dv
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It A HOOTM
Republican Noininco for United Stnlivs Senator
will Spoak in
' Uo t
ASHLAND, OCT. 28
lli will l-lt die other low ox of
llio MUltily us ioltows Oil!
THURSDAY, OCT. 29
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"10:110 ii. in.
.JnHcKoiivillt' nl 1 1:00 n. in.
I'i;(lc I'niiil al :t:(H p.m.
lie will visit (Vnlral Poiiil,
('old Hill and K'uiio U'ivci'
the iiiorniiiK ol' Oetoher !UJ,
Hie weather periuiltiny.
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'&r tobacco that
works both ways ! 5
YOU just can't get in wrong with
Prince Albert, no matter how
you hook it up. Because it's as bang
up in a makin's cigarette as packed
into a jimmy pipe! For yours, it's
the fragrance and flavor that tickles
your smokappetite so!
Go to P. A. morning, noon and night ! It von't bito your
tongue or any outer mans, because tlie bite'o cutout by
a patented process I All you do is fire up ! And you
get yours, cheer-up like, because P. A. won't even
maice your tongue tingle! And that's a fact.
the national joy smoke
flavor and fragrance gets going right into your systemand you
richt alone. Mod kiddinc vournolf on
the tobacco question. And take it straight, you'll never get
just want new supplies
next to howdelightf ul tobacco really can be till you fire up
snnift P. A.viniliimmvninAnrnm(ilfin'c.in'irnOn tfliv
can't you realize there never was a smoke in the same .
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clas3 with P. A. ?
Right now's the time and
the place to try Prince
Albert while the trying
is good (
Auy P. A. In any n.rA aft,
wood,. In loppy reJ ban.
Be ' hunJy for clutiftl
IQl uUu ftunjiwittt
ftuiina una naif
sa h iv, j, iui r nuisvo
L TOBACCO COMPANY
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THE BEADLY PARALLEL
Present Dental Law
Proposed Dentistry Bill
PRESENT LAV Prnvliles fer:
l)iiloma from ri'.unii'il r..l
li'V'i', or nviiiwiti'ii 'iiiliili'ii! ti.
27 iiioiiIIh' fimixf.
Aye qunllficntluii of 21 years.
Slate Board of Dental Examin
ers. (Kwry hIiiIii Iiiis Mich lloiml.)
(I'vi'l.y hlnli- ri'iiiri'M nun niio
(Kvi'i.v xlnli' iroviiliM I'or cxmn.
nEVOCATIOH OF LICENSE
Conviction nf felony or mlsilc
nieaiior Involvir.i moral turpi
tude. Gross liinornncu
Olitalnlnii of Feu liy Fraud or
PROPOSED BILL Provides fer:
I)ii!..imii It ..in l'J iiioiiIIih' IKIIirtlll
III "ll'llllllllll"" colliii.
NO OREGON LICENSE
'I'lic l"iitiii,v lull ul'IViv ii- a NiiliNliliitt lor llm iiumuni Inn-tin-
loosest moral requirements mui tli lowest educatlonnl slnn
diird for dentistry In the United Stales. Tint exlstlnii lav would
ho ailnullcil and nil Its salutary and wholesome provlsluns'fur the
protection of the itil)llc would ho swept away.
Do ,oi tViiiil tin- imi-t mui I ! i l.i u' in tit.- I'ihIimI HIiiIi'h'
Defeat the Dentistry Bill
.VOTE 341 X NO
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