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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, APRIL 15,1904.
All Nominations for the Judi
cial and Legislative Districts-
the Entire Program
TKo ' Republican state convention
completed Hb 'deliberations at the
Empire theatre, Portland, Thursday
OTcalng, and adopted a good platform,
making tho following nominations to
complete the ticket In; all its details:
" Delegates and Elector.
Art a result of tho Republican state
convention tho delegates to the na
tional convention are: Harvey W.
Scott and W. D. Ayor, Portland; S. L.
lOIno, Corvnllis; and I. S. Smith, Mal
heur. For presidential electers: J. N.
Hart, of Dallas; .Tas. A. Foe, Pendle
ton; Grant B. DImIck, Oregon City,
and A, C. Hough, of Corvallls.
Republican Judicial Tickets.
Vlrst district (Jackson, Josephine,
3Lako and Klamath counties) H. K.
Jlanna and II. Ij. Donson, judges;
Obs Nowborry and E. M. Brattaln, dis
Second dlBtrlct (Douglas, Lane,
Coos, Benton and Lincoln counties)
10. O. Potter, Judge; George M. Brown,
Third district (Marlon, Linn, Polk.
Yamhill and Tillamook rountlos)
Oeqrgo H. Burnett aiid B. L. Eddy,
jiuigfti; J. H. McNary, district attor.
JAmrth UJMrlqt (Multnomah coun
ty) J. B. Cleland nnd A. L. Frazorj
Judges; Sanderson Reed, district at
Fifth ' district (Washington, Clack
amas, Columbia and Clatsop conn
tl's) T. A. McBrhlo, Judge; Harri
son Allen, district nttomoy.
Sixth district (Umutllla and Mor
row) Present Judgo W. R. Ellis hold
ing ovor; George V. Phelps, district
Sbvonth district (Crook, Gllllnm,
"Wasco, Sherman and Wheeler coun
tlos J. A. Colllor, Judgo; Frank
Monafoo, district attorney.
Eighth district (Baker, Union nnd
"Wallowa) Judgo Enkln holding
over: I.oroy Lomnx, district attorney,
Ninth district (Grant, Malheur and
Harney) George 13. Davis, Judgo; J.
IV, McCulloch, district attorney.
Joint Senatorial Tickets.
Sixth district (Douglas, Josephine
nnd Lauo) It. A. Booth.
Seventh district (Coos and Curry)
J. S. Coko.
Ninth district (Klamath. Lake,
Crook and Grant) J. A. Laycock.
Klovouth jdlstrlct (Tillamook Yam
hlllaim Lincoln) O. S. Wright.
Sixteenth district (Columbia, Mult
nomah and Washington) 0, W. Hod-
Twonty.nrst district (Sherman,
Qllltam and Wheeler) Jay Bower
Twenty-fourth district Peter Me
Joint Representative Ticket.
Sixth district (Coos and Curry)
It, Sj Pierco.
Ninth district (Jackson and Doug
Ia8)W. I. Vnwter.
T:Volfth district (Polk and Lincoln)
J. S. Cooper.
Fourteenth district (Yamhill and
Tillamook) W. T. West.
Seventeenth district (Clackamas
and Multnomah) George W. Hoi
Twenty-first district (Klamath,
Lake, Crook and Grant) J. S, Shook,
It, E. L. Stelner.
Twenty-second district (Umatilla
and Morrow) W. G. Cole.
Twonty-fourth district (Union and
Wallowa) J. H. Dobbin.
Twonty-seventh district (Malheur
and Harney) J. L. Stltz.
Twonty-dlghth district (Sherman,
Gilliam and Wheeler) R. N. Donnel
ly and C. C. Kunoy.
Tho Republican party of Oregon, In
convention assembled, congratulated
tho state and nation upon thd contin
ued ascendency of Ropubllcan prin
ciples and policies in our , national
govornmont and tho unprecedented
prosperity that has followed tho
maintenance of thoso principles and
tho enforcement of those pollcIe3.
The honor of tho nation has beton
foarlossly nnd Hngaclously maintained
at homo nnd abroad, whether In tho
enforcement of law ngatnst defiant
corporations, In vogorous protest
against outrages on Americans In
Syria, JowIbIi massacres In Ru&3la
and unfavorable machinations of Eu
ropean powers In Asia.
Prosldont Iloosevqlt has redeemed
111 3 pledgo to carry out tho pollclos of
the party as formulated by that great
stutosman and rpvored martyred pres
ident, Win. McKlnloy.
Ho hns shown himaolf tho foo of
corruption In public life, tho ardont
champion and wise friend of tho army
and. navy, and tho firm belloverln
equal rights boforo tho law to em
ployer and omployo, rich or poor,
black or whlto.
Under his onorgotlc leadership tho
,l3thmlan canal, frustrated for a time
by a Democratic Prosldont, Is soon to
bo realized, nnd to distinguish his ad.
ministration by ono of tho greatest
engineering triumphs known to man.
Wo recognise- tho profound obliga
tion under which- Oregon rests to
Proaldont Roosovolt for his actlvo and
determined effort on behalf of the
Lewis and Clark centennial, and wo
plodgo oursolvos to testify to tho sin
cerity of thle appreciation by a rous
ing majority for tho Ropubllcan tick,
ot In Juno, and again In November.
In this connection wo especially in
dorse tho tlroless labors of Sonators
Mitchell and Fulton and Representa
tives Hormann and Williamson.
Wo Instruct tho dolcgatos of this
convention to tho Republican nation
al convention at Chicago to voto first
and last for Theodore Roosevelt for
Prosldont, and to uso all honorable
moans to bring his nomination to
For tho first tlmo In years tho state
of Oregon Is represented in both
houses of congress by a strong, har
nionlous, united and effective delega
tion, Inferior to nono from tho West.
Their otfortB la behalf of tho na
tion, their .party and tholr state have
been crowned with signal success,
and wo hereby express to them our
confidence and esteem and pledge
them our support In their further ef
forts to advance the Interests of Ore
gon nnd the Pacific coast. s '
Thanks to the courage and wisdom
of two Republican nd?nlnislratIons
nnd four Republican congresses, the
money of the nation has been secure
ly established upon the gold- standard
tho standard of enlightened nations
of the world.
Tho per -capita circulation Is the
largest In our history, and every dol
lar of paper and cohi Is as good as
We commend the measures now
pending In congress, at the instance
of Republican members, further
amending tho currency and banking
laws In the direction of safety and
Wo renew our nlleglance to the
principle of protection to American
The merits of the Dlngley law are
attested by the unprecedented pros
pcrlty of the nation since Its passage
Schedules must bo changed from
tlmo to tlmo as new conditions- arise,
but when tho tariff is revised it must
be by friends, and not by tho foes of
We heartily commend tho fearless
and determined courso pursued by
President Roo3ovelt and Attorney
General Knox towards the trusts, and
wo point with prldo to tho hostility
aroused against tho administration
among tho speculators of Wall street,
and corporations that defy tho law.
Obedlenco to tho law against mo
nopoly Inflicts no hardship 'on any
honest Industry, and the action of tho
President In the Northern Securities
merger nnd other cases ha3 only
served to check dangerous specula
tion and encourage overy legitimate
We Indorse tho policy enunciated by
President McKlnloy nnd followed by
Secretary Tnft, of "the Philippines
for tho FIliplno3," and wo especially
commend the enrncst and persistent
offorts made by Sonator Mitchell for
Idvor tariffs between the Philippines
and the United States.
Wo hold that tho Philippines must
bo retained by the United S'.ates for
their own good, as well a3 for a base
of American inlluonco In the Far
East, but that justice requires the
least possible burdens upon their
commerce with tho United States,
that they may bo cemented to us by
ties of self-interest nnd affection.
In tho Interest of Pacific develop
ment, wo domand for tho Philippines
tho same liberal and beneficent treat
ment that has been accorded to Ha
waii and Porto Rice.
Proud of tho history and achlov
ments ot our party, and especially ot
tho present administration and the
beneficial results that our nation Is
rocolvlng therofrora, and particularly
our old Oregon country, wo confident
ly submit our cause to tho patriotic
citizens of our stnto for Indorsement,
and earnestly appeal to them to show
their gratltudo and appreciation to
President Roosevelt and our Republi
can leaders In congress for honoring
our history and aiding In tho devel
opment of our matchlesss resources.
FOR THE BLOOD
The best known and most popular blood purifier
and toutc on the market to-dny is S. 8. S.
There is hardly a, man, woman or child m America who
has not heard ot "S S S fan tho blood" It is u standard remedy,
a specific for nil blood troubles and unequalled as a general tonic and
appctuer. S. 8. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable, the herbs nnd roots
of which: it is composed nre (selected for thetf alterative and tonic prop
cruel, making it the ideal renieuy lor
all blood nnd skin diseases, as it not
only purifies, enriches and iuvijror
at;e3 the blood, but at the same time
tones up the tired nerves and Kivoa
strength nud vigor to the entire
JVor, Chronic Sores and Ulcers,
Catarrh Jljieiiraati9m, Blood Poison,
Miliaria. 'AttwniTn, Scrofula, Eczemu,
rswiosfs, Salt Rheum, Tetter. IVcrm
and such other diseases as are due to a
polluted or Impoverished condition of the blood, nothing acts so promptly
sind effectually as S, S. S, It counteracts aud eradicates the germs
mad poisens: cleanses the system of all unhealthy accumulations and
aboti restores the patient to healih. Write us and our physicians will
.give your case prompt attention without charge,
rue svMTwecHpe c, atiamta, &a.
I know of the ucoaitful uio of
B. S. S. lu many ease.. It la the beat
blood remedy ou the market,
EX-dOV, ALLEN D, OANDLEK.
, S. 8. 8. U xitmUBitloixubly ft (rood
blood. purJUor, aud tU beat touio X
Why Russia Lacks Leaders.
Russia possesses very few conspic
uous and seemingly no great men at
the beginning of ono of tho most fate
ful periods of hor checkered history.
At homo, tho thinking and tho work
ing classea live In a continuous- fer
ment of pasrfivo resistance, to the
dally manifestations of bureaucratic
authority a ferment much too In
tense and widespread. It would seem,
to bo amonablo to tho palliative" or
coercive measures hitherto employed
against It with success. Abroad, a
series of complications haa arlsou
which threatons to undonnlno the
paramount position occupied by Rus
sia In tho hierarchy of nations for
ovor a decade; and as ya the men
cnpablo of stoorlng the ship of statfl
cloar of both or either of these dan
gers have not come to the front Dex
torous and consoloutlous officials are,
indeed, numoroua onough nt the apes
of tho social pyramid, but they nre
mostly individuals- to whom uulforms,
rank, nud decorations Impart thu ap-
pearuueo ot Intellectual or ndmlnls.
tratlvo talents which many of them
in reality sadly lack.
From this striking fact, however,
it wouldbo a mistake to draw tho in-
foronco thnt there are no master
spirits among a people of nearly one
hundred and fifty millions. There
may be, undoubtedly thero nro. muni-
men of suporior parts, possibly more
thnn ono individual ot real renins.
who, undor such circumstances as
prevail In tho United States, France,
or England, would bo able and ready
to take tho tldo In tho affairs of their
country at the flood. But In Russia,
it Is affirmed, they are condemned to
obscurity. Tho Impersonal system of
bureaucracy acts, poplo complain,
as a Bcytho cutting off, as It wore,
the heads of thoso who rise above tho
low level of tho averago tshlnovlnlk,
or .official For the man who hasi not
donned tho stnto uniform In his
youth, nnd been duly ground in tho
administrative mill, even though he
were a Bismarck and a Napoleon
combined, thore Is no legal avenue
to power or influence. He Ib con
demned to inactivity and silence un
der pain and penalties which, during
the past few weeks, are understood
to havo been intensified. His whole
duty Is to harken and obey; his great
03t crime, to criticise or oppose those
whom chance or seniority has placed
at tho head of tho administration
These are plain facts which almost
every Russian will avow; whether
tho principles underlying them are
sound or tho revorse, Is a question
which we arc not now concerned to
Hop Growers Busy.
Independence, Or., April 15. Tho
city Is practically deserted from tho
fact that all Idle hands are working In
the hop fields. Teams are short, and
tho big dealers are having a hard
tlmo to get their work done. The
recent, hot days have bcqaTiT"
dented for April weather Th T
Is rising continually. There win?
a considerable Hm .v .
on this lino. ""
In this immediate vicinity im-
next few months, and carpenters Z
work fnr it rmiBl,l..i.i. .. " HT
Wo offer Ono Huudred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
We, tho undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for tho last IB years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and finan
cially able to carry out any obliga
tions madb by tholr firm.
WEST & TRAUX, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, Ohio.
WALD1NG, KINNAN & MARVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hnll's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the best
Portland and Return Only $2.20.
Tho Southern Pacific Is now selling
round trip tickets to Portland from
Salem for $2.2", good going Saturday
p. m or any train or Sunday, return
ing Sunday and Monday, giving all
day Sunday and Monday In Portland.
Tho same arrangement applies from
Portland, giving all Portland people
a chance to visit valley points at
greatly reduced rates.
A largo lino of choice clothing. You should soo them. We cam give I
you a suit for $4.50 that will surprise you, for it is actually worth 1
ff.uv, uuui we uio uu.ui.ub ... " v....u ... ... 1'iuiiuruoB,
Wo have also a large assortment of summer underwear that we
are offering for 50c a suit that is actually worth 75c.
If you want something 'neat and nobby In a dress shirt or tlc 1
call and see us.
Don't get hot and say you are roasting. Wo havo a largo assort
ment of crash suits and coats that will keop you cool. See tho
nmih nnnto flint wo nro solllntr for 50c. '
..J11, in ,1.a i1.rtm wa ni-n rrlvlnn fwnnf Iinnr.nl...
in uuuuiuu iu mu uuitvi ..o . t.....t b-v". uuigtuus on BWMt.
ers, hats, caps, trunks and valises. Ladles' and gents' furnishing J
eoods and notions, uoni iorget mo piuce.
149 State Street.
ft m i m 1 1 i n. 1 1 1 c i n i ii tui 1 1 ii .8 M-i-i 1 1 1 nimt-H-H
Detroit Ltimbe Yatd
At Corner Trade and High Streets.
All kinds of rough nnd dressed lumber to bo had at this yard now,
5 Grades of Shingles, 5. Prices from $1.50 to JJ2.35. This Is tho only
place In town you can get the Detroit shingles, mado by HOOVER
BROS., Lath and big fir wood for salo. All orders given prompt it- T
tention. Thnnking tho public for past favors, I am respectfully yUn
M"f'H"i Hiiininnmimi.il in
I S. P WlcCt&cketk
m ii i ii an i in n .
Superior Line of Hand
Astonishing Price List
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The Bankrupt Stock of China Etc., Now In
Remember, among this lot of Fancy China ware is a nice line of Haviland mtt
which goes at the same price as the German China.
The assortment is very large. Note the prices on some of the pieces:
8-Inch Decorated German China Plates, regular price S2.50, now-. ; $-
7-Inch Decorated German China Plates, regular price 2.25, now. 1-00
Great variety of Bread and Butter, Dessert and Tea Plates.
Haviland White Soup and 7-inch flat Plates, regular price 2-00 per set, now 1 00
Haviland White Tea and Coffee Cups and Saucers, regular price 2 00 and 235 now 1.00
Decorated Cups and Saucers, pretty shapes, regular price 2.50 per set now 1.25
Meat Platters, various sizes, from 8 inches up to 21 inches; 18 to 21 inches, regular
prices 4.65, now 1.00 and 1,25
Covered Dishes regular price from 2.45 to 3.35, now. . . ; . .25c to 1.00
Large 12-inch Soup Tureen, regular price from 2.70 to 4.M), now 75c to 1,25
Covered Sauce Tureen, with trav. rep;ular orice 2 f nnw : 1.00
Large Sauce Boat, regular price 1.35, now ,. 25c
Covered Butter Dishes, regular price 1.45. now : -'. . .nV 35c
Cake Plates, decorated and white, regular price 45c to 1.25; nowl.t : .' 35c
Vegetable and Salad Bowls, all sizes.
Sugar Bowls, all sizes, regular price from 65c to 1.85, now any size 25c
Cream and Milk Pitchers, all sizes and shapes. '' "
Large one-gallon Water Pitcher, now only '. $1$
The above mention is only a few pieces of the fargessortment. Come and S
and you will be astonished at the good quality of China for the price.
No Tickets Taken On These Goods.
Tty alb. ofotfesh toasted Potto Rice Coffee at25
30c petlfe. "It Is Something Fine."
Fresh Roasted Coffees and Fine Grades of Tea a Specialty
Phone 24 J X Bfccfc Free Vttir1