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BOOS BIVEB GLACIEB,1 THURSDAY, MARCH 22. 1006.
JONATHAN BOURNE, Jr.
MANY REASONS FOR
Republican Candidate for United States Senator.
CHAMPION OF STATEMENT ONE.
Jonathan Bourne, Jr., candidate before the Republican primaries fur the
nomination of United States Senator in C'ongreea, for the lung term coiumencinK
March 4th, 1907, wai born in New Bedford, Maes., February 23d, 1855; was a
member of the data of 1877 at Harvard University j came to Portland May 10th,
,1878; was a Republican member of the Oregon Legislature in the session of 1885
and the extra session of 1880; was one of Oregon's delegates to the Republican
National Convention ofl888 and Oregon's member of the Republican Natlunal
Committee from 1888 to 1802, and a delegate to the Republican National Con
vention of 1802; and was elected as a Mitchell Republican to the Oregon Legisla
ture in 1890. ,
Mr. Bourne has been more prominently idnetifled with the development of
the mineral resources of Oregon than any other man in the state, having expen
ded In the last twenty years over $1,000,000 of his own money in the acquisition
and development of Oregon mines.
While Mr. Bourne has had bis residence and main office at Portland since
1878, lie has had another office at New Bedford, Muss,, and has carried on the
business of his father's estate since 1889, which makes him familiar with many
of the large interests and leading men of the East. These qualifications, in con
junction with bis tremendous euergy, origlanilty, executive ability and exper
ience in business and political affairs pre-eminently qualify him for making an
able and influential Senator for the State of Oregon.
Mr. Bourne has always favored extending the direct power of the people over
their government as far as possible. lie was one of the leading spirits in the
Initiative and Referendum movement from 1890 until it was approved by the
voters at the June election In 1902. In 1004 he was a member of the executive
committee of the Direct Primary Nominations League, and holds the samo pos
ition with the People's Power League at this time. In all these movements he
has been one of the few to guarantee the necessary expenses of preparing and
proposing their measures to the people. '
a saya that the choice of United States Senator should be , by direct vote of
the people, and that the Legislature should be compelled to elect the man the
people select. To accomplish this result, he is championing Statement No. 1 of
the primary elections law as the only method by which 'public opinion may be
crystallised and made effective upon the Legislature.
In bis petition for nomination be says: - - , "
"If I am nominated and elected I will, during my term
of office, favor:
Amending National Constitution for People's Election
of United Btates Senators.
Publicity Political Campaign Expenses.
National Control of Corporations in Interstate Com
merce. Rigid Exclusion of Asiatic Coolie Labor; (Jood Wages
make Good Citizens.
Legal Limitations Labor Hours for Safty on Railroads.
Parcels Post, including Rural Delivery.
Pure Food Laws.
Liberal Appropriations for Panama Canal, Coast Defen
ses, River and llarbor Improvements, including Colum
bia and Willamatte Rivers, Coos, Yaquina and other
Oreccon Harbors. Celilo Canal, Government Canal at
Fair Share of Irrigation Fund for Oregon.
Loyal Support for Successful Candidates.
Rigid Enforcement Statement One.
Roosovelt for Second Elective Term.
I desire that the following statement bo printed nftor my
name on the nominating ballot:
I WILL SUPPORT PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S
DETERMINATION THAT JUSTICE
BE DONE ALL MEN.
i r -Ml
THE FIRST NATIONAL
OKKKKH TO ITS I'ATHOXS T1IK
NEW SAVINGS BANK
Tim .ttilu rtiiAt u hii'h hIiDUH tllM Bnmilllt IVID
tallied therein without opening it. This beau
tiful and practical bunk may be had in Hood
River only at
The First National Bank
Call and secure one an I titurt a ravings ac
count that will be a perpetual source of eatis-
laction lo you.
F. . STANLKY,
We are now ready to show you the latest crea
ations in Millinery.
SNOW & UPSON
Blacksmiths and Wagon flak ers
Special attention given to making and repairing
Grubbing Tools and Loggers' Tools
Below will be found a well written
and business like aiticle espousing
the cause of tbe new county wbicb
ooutains arguments In its favor that
cannot be assailed. It is as follows:
Editor Glacier : Sinoe political dis
cussions are in order, a few words on
tbe situation may aot be amies. For
the last 15 years tbe people of Hood
River valley have been to a greater or
less extent discussing tbe proposition
of creating new county oat of the
western Dortion of Wasco county. The
topography of the oonnty, tbe indus
tries and climatic conditions are suob
that our interest are somewhat at va-
rieuoe with tbe eastern portion of
Wasco county. Taxpayers : are also
well aware of tbe fact that there bas
alse been an almost steady Increase in
valuations and consequently -a larger
ti in this end of tbe said county for
a number of years past, nor have we
any assurance tbat tbis tax Increasing
process will be lessened in the future.
We believe tbat we are big enough and
strong enough to walk alone and at
no greater expense, to say tbe least,
tbau if remain a part of said ooun
tr. In faot we feel confident that we
oan carry on tbe business of Cascade
oounty If It should be created, nt a
less expense than If we stay in tbe
present county, especially it we take
Into i uii-iideration the benefits we
would iteeive by having our oonnty
business attended to at tbe town oi
Hood River, Oregou.
We would not need an expensive
court bouse for several years to come,
nor would we ueed to pay as large sal
aries to the iuouuibenU ol the county
olllces in tbe new county as they are
receiving at tbis time. VI course, 1
believe tbe laborer is worthy of his
hire, but tbe work in some depart
ments would be less, for some time to
come, in tbe new oounty.
Have we no local under (Jan we
not see tbat oounty headuartera locat
ed at Hood River would bring in and
keep more money in circulation right
nere at homer rue olty ol Mood Kiv
er now bas a population of nearly
18)00. It will continue to grow for
many years in influence and wealth.
The valley of Hood River will further
add to its world renowned reputa
tion for the produotlon of the finest
apples and strawberries. Its health
giving climate, its flowing springs of
the purest water, its panoramio view
of mountains and rivers is a soul-inspiring
delight as well as those who
live within its borders.
Mr. Editor, I am in favor of and
will vote for Hon, A. A. Jayne for
representative in tbe loner house of
tbe Oregon legitd-i are. I will vote
for bim beouni-e 1 beileve he can do
more towards creating a new oounty
for us than hlv other man we can
send on this miftiive. Yours turely,
J. W. MORTON.
- Millionaire' I'oor Stomach.
The worn-out stomach of the over-fed
millionaire is often paraded in the pub
lic prints as a horrible example of the
evila attendant on the possesion of great
wealth. But millionaires are not the
only ones afflicted with bad stomachs.
l lie proportion is lar greater among the
tollers, tiyspepsia and. Indigestion are
rampant among these people, and they
suffer far worse tortures than the mil
lionaire unless they avail themselves of
a standard medicine like Ureen s Au-
f;ust Flower, which has been a favorite
lousehold remedy for all stomach trou
ble for over thirty-five years. August
Flower rouses the torpid liver, thus cre
ating appetite and insuring perfect di
gestion. It tones and vitalizes tbe en
tire system and makes life worth 1'ving.
no matter what your station. Trial
bottles, 25c; regular sise, 75c, ' For sale
by (J. IN . Clarke, druggist
Heads for Woman's Suffrage.
A lady who Uvea In this oitv and
who li a strong advocate of woman's
suit rage makes tbe following plea for
"Men of Oregon, "be strong and
acquit yourselves like men" and come
to our aid in this supreme moment
in our strugle for tbe liberty which
you so highly prize and feel and en
joy. Old not women come to the res
cue when tbe flag waa assailed? When
tbe blaok oloud of war bung over tbe
nation did she not lay her best on the
altar of liberty: every soldier who
bared his breast to the bullets repre
sented a pi ice to us beyond your pow
er to estimate; besides we paid the
war taxes and stayed by the staff for
wn'on we recelvBd no compensation.
And now, shall we lift our manacled
bands to an astonished world in
pleading In vaiuf 1 bear you say,
"Nay! verily you shall be free. "
Will Stay in Hood River.
The remedy that makes you eat, sleep
and grow strong, called raluio Tablets
will be sold regularly by Williams
Pharmacy, Hood River. These great
nerve and constitution builders cost only
ouc per oox, six Doxes i.'.w.
Candidacy of Aitkin Meeting With
The candidacy of John II. Aitkin is
meeting with favorable comment in
various papers throughout the state,
as la evidenced by the following: J.
11. Aitkin of Huntington, candidate
for state treasurer, waa in the city
Wednesday looking after his interests
with reference to bis candidacy. Mr.
Aitkin made this office a pleasant call
and impressed the politlol man as a
strong and clean man. Eugene Regis
ter. The bent safeguard against headache,
constipation and liver troubles is le
Witt's Little Early Risers. Keep a vial
of these famous little pills in the house
and take a dope at bod time when yon
feel that the stomach and bowels need
cleansing. They don't gripe. Sold by
Hood River Forging Ahead.
The sound of tba box factory whltitle
of the David on Fruit Company will
be heard no more. Tbis doesn't mean
that the box factory is to go out of ex
Utanoe. It means tbat Hood River is
forging ahead and is supplanting steam
with electricity. Tbe Davidson com
pany is going to install electric mo
tors in its box factory to run tbe ma
chinery and for this reason the whistle
will no longer blow.
Every Sunday afternoon near Regu
lator boat landing. Ten bird matches
60 cents. Kverything furnished and
Indigestion Is tuujuh of a habit. Don't
get the habit. Take a little Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure after eating and you will
quit belching, puffing, palpitating and
frowning. Kodol digests what you eat
and makes the stomach sweet. Sold by
Will let contract to clr SO arm of tand to
nwonMibl partle. A bout IS icm old .iMh
Inn, Mump ml rutted out, ami can h cleared
wtib god Uttni Hud hnd grubbing. A. 11.
MA, Ulacler oOk.
We have purchased from the Assignee of Royse & Sons at Waits- I
DRY GOODS, SHOESi CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS J
Which we are selling at less than WHOLESALE PRICES. Hale is NOW OPEN in the
j Smith Block back of the First National Bank. We can save you 30 to lOO per cent.
COME EARLY WHILE LINES ARE .COMPLETE
! RISIWF RP
CHOICE RESIDENCE LOTS FOR SALE IN-
; . , , . , , Easy Grades, Fine View and Good Water
V 1: J ALSO MANUFACTURING SITES FRONTING ON O R.
& N. TRACK Willi DEVELOPED WATER POWER.
Cheap lots for building Small Houses near Flour Mill
: YV . FRUIT LAND FOR SALE IN TRACTS TO SUIT
HOOD RIVER DEVELOPMENT CO.
Office next to Wauconui Hotel
Have added a complete Jine of TAINTS, OILS,' VARNISH
ES and BRUSHES. ;
HEATH & MILLlGAN MIXED PAINTS.
Oiir stotjk -of -paper includes latest designs in Bhmks,, (Jilts
and hy'h G.radtes, From; 10c up. A full -stock of room .
, . molding,' Picture rail, .Plate rail and a siriall.line of
novelties Trained Pictures. .CALClMO, the . "
latest thmgiri room tinting, inixed to order. '
1 1 Jai ntiiig," Pape r hanging, S igi i wo rl; etc--; . " , r , .
Phone G71. : First and On k Streets!
Nice lot of Yello-w Newtowns, Spitzenberg, Bnldwin, Mani
moth Black Twig, Jonathan, Rome Beauty, Lawyer, He.
Vlso large line of general nursery stock. Send for catalog
aud price list. Breeders of Shorthorn Cattle and Berk
shire Hosts; all stock registered.-
PACIFIC NURSERY CO.
TANGENT : : t t t OREGON
S. J. FRANK
Harriets & Sadd 1&&
;. All Repairing Promptly Attended to
HOOD RIVER OREGON
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ON THE AMKHl: .VX CX N TINKN T TODAY.- C O.VSTUUCVKD
V Till: C.VXADIAX VCI1 IC RAILWAY
IN SOUTMEEif ALEEETA,
The Land That's Famous fo
of Hard Winter Wheat, Ai
Its Ttemendaus Crops
lfa u.id Sugar Baet3
The Ideal Country for
This enormous untlertakiiiR by the ("in i ,i in I'.u-ilic Uii'wiv wi.l v-ncua!lv ola-fl "iinil ;r ditch" a million an I a I) ili
. aon-a ol land and will ye; tike years to complete. It i wit iout ,1 ulil ti e w rl I s K,t-a:e-t irriirat nj proposition ever ukIit
taken by any government, corporation or persons., I lie firs: .-..-tto.i o! lii a s;reat project is now pluced on the market for the
first time, and we have now re idv for th lander-
Of the best irrigated land in th world lying imiifdiate'y 0:1 tno nor;h -rii si
clflo Ky at Oieiehen and extend. ni hiiok te i m l -s, nl; in a soli l block.
At From $18.00 to $2S.OO an Acre
v ON EXCEPTIONALLY EASY TERMS
Irrigation., Is Practical -Xrop - Insurance
eoitii-j .Haiti Line of the Canadian la-
' ' Yoa get moitnre when need-id, wlur. ueedod and as much as neod.-d.
REAP WHAT l)It. i:i.AVOOI MKADH, A.V.i;;:K 'S lllir.lE T ATTHOKirY OX I K ItU J ATliV
"Ihc oil of the irri rable arc a is fonile on. I mii
riflits of tlia Cjnipany thereto
SAYS after careful examination ot the eiuirc ir ,( i
Aaapieu 10 me appilfation or vatert (ho w:it -.f);)h' is ainp'.t'
: are secured."
: la the very hiart of this no-called Gleicuon U i 1 1 , inn b -en raisml tiil-i ve.ir without irrit;a'ion 4j bushel of Who if
and 80 to 100 bushels of O.Us to the acre. What will ihi- lan I not do with ivri- t on Wo h-i -o"ie -itt-i -iip I ..r. n ii
irrigable land which are covered with plendi-l er .wtn of rass and are pc-f-rt f.r graini lands, v,i,ihve will -el i'ft .on
Junction with the irrigated laud. This will m-ik mi i Ui c mi lin ition of ,rricated an I no i-ini-a d 1 ,nd f ir ir-nin ' -nwl
stock-raising. As thero are compara lvcly few of t he ;o comb nation farms, it will be vo'l for onfo mvV
selection at once.
Ampie noiei accommodation at u.eion 'u w n provt ,t y u oo urort. aid v will fu- iish t inn a i I 1 i
wioi hid binti, .icvui rn.uoc, . u.'ii u n 1 1 u iu lilt- ih.Mt ril'.'Ilf: , Si:'. I J . : I II IT V II VJ Ot tO 1 OS Vt
iuiuiom ;un ttiiu triiiinwu iiiauiiiii; juu w uuj a 1 1 vu. t fv 'i I : I V , i . I (I I :i ru,l- Ji.lliW.lV il'l-JS
you wish to start to Qleleben and return, at a rate of 0:1 -ol 1 ,a I ; fr r.a u K i,t ru an I Sou her
Oanadinn l'acttio Railway, and a rate of ouo f ure for to- i- iu.l t ; i ;) !r. -m joints 0:1 t!i 1 "r a in i i :i Vt
These lands will be plac.ni on sale at 111 -rdy tiontin 1! p i o.ir ...bj -c. ein,' t es' ib is 1 a
rnunity rather than to sell these Ian. Is at their r.-a. val .e, vita. .- is ju.li -a by tttr'ur.i i ia-.ul i -ti m
lands elsewhere. The Canadian Pacific Railway will f u. v.-;- 1 s-nuin ih sc "ftni 11 i I u r lis 1 t
par tor per annum. The terms of sale will bo ot e q t ir.cr casn an I th tml inco in five .iti-.l
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iuwimi, Auia inuu w buiu in ii.iv. ui ow nvreo ;iu.i n. iiuicu mor ; ;is V'Oll u.'Sire. Ki4i.kin.ti. .
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readied by the
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ma' in t.iilinents ;;t
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NO FLOODS, NO DROUGHTS. EVERY .YEAR, a HAR.VE5T YE.AR
Act Now. Don't Wait Until the Choicest T Mi'ons Are V&ken.
For Further Particulars and for Certificate for l.ov .: ail road Hate AVrita
CANADIAN PACIFIC IRRIGATION COLONIZATION CO. Ltd
CALGARY, ALBERTA. CANADA. '