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DAILY OAPIlATi JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1D10.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL -
E. IIOFER, Editor ud Proprietor.
udept-ortenl Nppar Devoted to Amerlew Principles tu(l
the CroftreM and tMvstopement of All Orcifon.
pobltrtHrtl Kvry BVftttlag Kroep Sandijr, Salem, Ore.
(Invariably la Advanc.)
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NEWPORT CLAMBAKE DRAWS
CROWD OF AT LEAST 2,500
ID IS PHENOME
Big Crowd. Out for a Good Time, Is Given it, and All Are
, Feasted to Satiation on Newport's. Famous Clams and'
Othfer Delicacies From the Sea Credit for the Big Event
Due to Newport's Wide-Awake Ladies.
One of, the moat successful olaVi
bnkes that Newport bus eveMiad
was Riven last Sunday on the beach
ne;ir the new bath home. The efc
ciusionlstfl began coming Saturday
when tho afternoon and evening
boats brought in 600 peoplo? Two
sections of the Corvallls & Eastern
railway came in to Yaqulna Sunday
morning, bringing more than 2,000
people from th valley. Among the
crowd was the Mount, Angel baseball
team. Tho steamer "Nowport" of
Newport and tho launch "Truant" of
Toledo each towing barges, and the
small launches and row boats
brought tho crowds from Yaqulnn
at .noon. All day Saturday it hnd
boon foggy and threatening rain,
but with Sunday morning came one
of thoso- porfoct days such as are
only known nt Nowport! Great
credit must bo given Mrs. Lee W.
Williams, Mrs, Gone W. Brady and
Mrs. A. I. Clifford, who woro the
originators of the season's clambako,
and Frank Priest, chef in charge.
Mr. Priest worked 20 hours contin
: BENSON IS
IS OUT EVERY DAY AND IS DO
1NG FINE, SAYS DR. STEINEIt,
HUT WILL NOT RETURN HOME
UNTIL AFTER THIS PRIMARIES
, Frlend of Govornor Bonson,. who
is now, and has been for several
months undergoing treatment at San
TYnnclsco for a face trouble, brand
as false a story appearing in this
morning's Orgonlan which oonvoys
tho imprwtslon that grave foars are
Qiitertnined by the governor's friends
for hl recovery, anil that so sorlous
is his condition that within tho last
woek It beeamo neoessnry for Dr.
Steiner to go to San Francisco, and
.assist in treating him.
According to information obtained
from the governor's frlonds Dr.
Stejner8 iiitaslon to California whs
to return an asylum patitnt to rela
tione mid wlill there ho availed
himself of an opportunity to visit
tho governor. As conclusive ovl
donco to tho offoct that this was his
mission, and nlso to tho effect that
tho governor is Improving rapidly,
attention Is oallod to a card re
ceived yostorday by C. N. McArthur,
private secretary to tho govornor,
xfrom Dr. Stelnor In which tho doctor
uously and nftoj?,l.hlpIng tq serve
3,000 people, wentto his roqms to
rest while the crowd were enjoying
the fruits of hl labor; The people
formed in line, pawing .around a ta
ble where they ' Were given paper
plates and were most bountifully
Berved cafetorla style, to clams,
crabs, potatoes, cracker-and salmon
with tartar sauce. Mrs. Williams,
Mrs. Brady and Mrs. Clifford wore
ably assisted by Mrs, Wellander,
Mrs. David Harding, Mrs. Wm. Rich,
Mrs. Wm. Parthomor, Mrs. Mary
Smith, of Tacoma, Mrs. William W.
Harder, Mrs. John Brynnt, of Port
land, and Mossrs. Lee W. William.
Capt. Wollandor, John Fry, Archi
bald Miller and Willinm Backers.
Later In tho day a largo crowd wont
in bnthing and all voted tho now
bath house and board walk from It
to tho foot of Front street one of
tho biggest of tho filg improvements
for Nowport. Tho boat loft at 4:20,
taking tho excursionists back to th'j
train and all left hoping that the
Nowport clam bake would bo made
an annual events
says that he has delivered tho
patient to her relatives, and that ho
has availed himself of an opportuni
ty to visit tho governor, and in
speaking of his health says. "Ho is
doing fino; Is out every day, but will
not return homo until nfter the
When tho digostion is nil right, tho
action of tho bowols regular, there Is
a natural craving and relish for food.
When this is lacking you may bo sure
that you nocd a dose of Chamber
Iain's Stomnc' and Liver Tablets.
They strengthen tho dlgostlvo organs,
Improve tho appetlto and rogulaio
the bowels. Sold by nil dealers.
If the 'saying, "Old men for crtun-
sol and young men for war," holds
truo today, 'Unolo .Too must be re
newing his youth, judging from his
tlrnde aoross Kansas.
Acuto or Chronk Which?
No ntattor It your kidney trouble
Is aouto or ohronlc Foley's Kldnoy
Remedy will roach your caso. Mr.
Claude Brown, of Reynoldsvillo, 111.,
wrlteB us that ho suffered many
months with kldnoy complnlnt which
battled all troatmout. At last ho
tried Foley's Kldnoy Romedy and a
few largo bottles effected n comploto
ouro. Ho snys: "it lias boon of lnos-
timablo valuo to mo, nnd I would like
every ono to know what A valuable
modlolno it Is." J. C. Porry.
It is surprising how bad a good
cigar can tasto when a man Is fool
ing that wuy.
Birt in Minneapolis Journal.
- ...Mc i . "
ACTING MAYOR STOLZ ISSUES
1 PROCLAMATION F ORMALLY
ANNOUNCING THE CHANGING
OF THE CIT.Y CHARTER OF
FICIAL MAJORITY IS 81.
I, Gideon Stoltz, acting mayor of
Nthe city of Salem, hereby certify
tnat a certain act entitled "an aot to
amend section 17 of an act entitled
an act to Incorporate the city of Sa
lem, approved, October, 1802, and
an act entitled an aot to incorporate
the city of Salem, approve"., Febru
ary 15, 1893, and to repeal all acts
In conflict therewith, approved, Feb
ruary 17, 1809, which wne submit
ted to the legal voters of said city
at a special election held Monday,
the 15th day of August, 1910, for
their adoption or rejection, re
celved the affirmative majority of
the total number of votes cast there
In at said election, viz.: 582 votes
for said act and -JDS votes against
said act; and I accordingly proclaim
hereby the adoption of said amend
ment to the elty charter of the city
of Salem in accordance with the pro
visions of the ordinance No. 818
which amondinont shall bo' in full
force and effect on or before and
after this day.
Done In the city of Salem this
18th day of August, A. D. 1910. -GIDEON
UIIHAK BETWEEN TAFT.
(Continued from page 1.)
egation In 1912 In return for the
administration's backing in the
forthcoming state campaign. Con
ferences between tho president,
Chairman Woodruff, National Com
mitteeman Ward and Vice-President
Shormnn followed the defeat of the
direct primary bill which Roosevelt
Tho reputed break between Taft
and Roosevelt, coming after the evi
dent chnngo of plan by tho admin
istration forces nnd the suggestion
of a now allgnmont of leaders has
mndo tho politicians here beliovo
that tho administration may bo plan
ning a readjustment of tho "old
Tnft's acceptance of tho guidance
of Senntor Crane, of Massachusetts,
and tho ndvico of Secretary Norton
mny mean that tho president has de
cided to become tho controlling head
of tho Republican regulars, It Is de
clared, and that the break with
Roosovolt was only a necessary part
of carrying out this schome.
Tho r. port that Colonol Roosevelt
was "doublo crossod" in the New
York convention fight Is not credited
hero. Thoso in close touch with the
administration express tho belief
that Colonol Roosevelt Is meroly tak
ing this specific oplsodo ns nn excuse
for opposing the administration.
It is asserted that Lloyd Grlscom
did not carry any mossago to, Rooso
volt ns a rosult of his recent visit lo
Bovorly and his conference with
President Taft while thoro.
WILL GIVE STRENGTH
TO THE INSURGENTS
Washington, Aug. IS. That the
next fow days arc apt to bring a
shnrpor division In tho Republican
party hotwoon the conservatlvos and
tho radicals, with Tnft leading tho
"old guard" and Roosovolt lending
tho "progressives, " is confidently ex
Tho statomont thnt nooscvolt and
Taft have broken Is considered here
as unquestionably authoritative.
That Beverly was not surprised la
Indlcntod by Vlco-Prosldent Shor
mnn's remark yostorday that tho re
jection of Roosevelt as temporary
chairman of the Now York state Re
publican convention was an "admin
istration victory." This Is rogarded
by politicians hero ns tantnmout to
a declaration of war.
The Roosevelt followers think tho
colonol displayed unusual political
strntegy In allowing his namo to go
before the New York Republican
committee, forcing tho committee to
rojoct him nnfl making tho adminis
tration show Its hand. Roosovclt li
now allied with tho Insurgents opon-
ly, ns thoy view tho situation,
Owing to tho fact that Glfford
Plnchot nnd Congressman Victor
Murdoch, of Kansas, consulted with
Roosevelt over tho speech ho will
deliver nt Osettwntomla, Knusas, on
August 31, it Is bolieved that It will
be the former president's purpose to
declar for Insurgency.
That suoh a deolnmtlon would
mean that the chance for harmony
in the party has none and would add
(reiueudoua Impetus to the Iiuurgwt
movemeut, la the ganeml view of
the politicians hr.
His Lieutenants Guthr.
Oyter Bay, N. Y.. Aug. IS. Mys
terious conferences are under way at
Hag more 11111 today. Men who
wore Roosevelt's active lieutenants
whon the colonol was president, ar
rived at Sagamore . Hill and the
scones were as animated as when
Oystor Bay was the summor capital
of the United Statos.
'Roosevelt refused to seo any ono
oxcopt thoso with whom he had ap
pointments, but thor woro a num
ber of 'these, and he was bu3y
throughout the greater part of the
day. All information regarding the
subjects discussed was withheld
from the newspaper correspondents
by the colonel himself and by his
iloyd C. Grlscom nnd William
Loeb, Jr., arrived at Oyster Bay to
day. Loe4v came in an automobils.
He looked worried and rushed at
once to Sagamore Hill, where he
conforrod with Colonel Roosevelt.
Loeb refused to discuss his visit.
Shortly afterward Congressman
William W. Cocks, of New York and
several other callers arrived and
followed tho New York collector to
the Roosevelt homo.
When Grlscom cam he lookel
depressedi He said, the develop
ments of the last few days were only
a-beginning. "This fight will be
carried to the state convention," h
The poaltlons of Grlscom and Loeb
are regarded as precarious. Presi
dent. Taft appointed Loeb collector
of the Port of New York nnd the
present administration selected Grln
com as chairman of the New York
county committee. Both Grlscom
and Loeb are close' friends and sup
porters of- Roosevelt and are ex
pected tp back him -in the present
TO FIGHT FOREST FIRES
UNITED I'RESS LEASED WMK.I
Washington, Aug. 18. Greatly
alnrmed over the forest fire situation
In Oregon, officials of the depart
ment of the Interior are responsible
for the ordering today of another
battalion of infantry to the Oregon
fire front. This is in addition to the
two companies of federal troops al
ready sent from American Lake.
The soldiers are doing good work in
fighting tho conflagration.
In buying a cougii medicine don't
be afraid to got Chamberlain's Cough!
Remedy. There is no danger from
It, and relief Is suro to follow. Es
pecially recommended for coughs,
colds and whooping cough. Sold by
ffi 1 " ',
Don't Speed so Much Time in a Warm j
MAKES CHARLES ELLIOTT FEED
HIM ALSO HOLDS UP AND
ROBS AN INDIAN IS TIRED
AND RAGGED FROM. LONG EX
POSURE. , 1 UNITED 1-RtlSH I.WAKED WlnB.1
Colfax, Wash., Aug. 18. After a
week's pursuit by' three posses, the
alleged murderer of Dell McConnell
Is In the neighborhood of the Catho
lic mission of Desmet, 12 miles
south of Tekoa, Washington, todaj'.
He had attempted to disguise him
self wl'th a beard of bear hide and
a wig of horsehair, according to
Charles Elliott, a rancher near Ho
rnet, who was forced to feed th?
fug'tlve Tuesday at the point of a
revolver. The man, generally de
scribed as the "freckle faced" des
perado, appeared suddenly from tho
underbrush and leveled a gun st
Elliott. The lntter states that the
fugitive showed signs of fatigue and
that his clothing was torn from
climbing through the underbrush,
lie- did not boast to 'Elliott of tin
McConnell killing or of "tho murder
of a girl In Oregon, as he had don-3
Leaving the Elliott home he held
up an Indian on tho Sanders-Desniot
load, relieving the Indian of 25
A new1" posso was organized at
Tekoa today and went to join tho
others hunting down the man.
The Laziest Man In the World;
Would not be contented to be kept
in the houso and do nothing by rheu
matism. Neither are you, who aro
always busy and active. TJien don't
neglect the first twinge of an acho or
paifi that you might thing is Just a
"crick." Rub well with Ballard's
Snow Liniment and, no matter what
the trouble is, it will disappear at
once. Sold by all druggists.
Russia has apparently completed
her work of "benevolent assimila
tion" in Finland. It is fully on a
par with her other efforts in that
necessary if you equip your kitchen y:ith some
modern conveniences to be, found at this store.
We have with us this week
an expert who will be glad
to show you all about the
the kitchen time and labor saver. You will see it in
You can also get some valuable help on putting up fruit by watching the expert can
it in SCHRAM JARS. They're time and fruit savers.
Some people do not know the many advantages of a good Coffee Percolator. The
UNIVERSAL makes perfect coffee entirely free from any bitter taste and retains all
the delicious flavor of the coffee bean. Call and let the demonstrator tell you more
about it. N
We have just received another shipment of the well known PEL0UZE Electric Irons,
and will be pleased to showyou the many points of superiority of these irons.
Portland's Popular Fire-Proof
The House of Comfort Combined
Our Rathskeller Grill finest dining service in
city, with Hawaiian orchestra from 6 to 12
Most perfectly furnished, moderate priced,
modern hostelry in the metropolis of tne
IGHT & DICKINSON HOTEL CO.
Owners and Managers,
Also Operating Seattle Hotel, Seattle.
DEMOCRATS PRINT BIG HOOK
FILLED PRINCIPALLY WITH
INSURGENT SPEECHES, SOME
SPACE DEVOTED TO TARIFF
, , , , , '
Washington Aug. IS.-Accuslng
the present administration of favor -
ing the trusts and devoting most of
. , B
us oiiutu iu mu auiJiJuii ul uiu fyjll-
ocratlc assertion that Republican in
surgents in realty aro Democrats,
the Democratic campaign text book
was isued today. The speeches of
many of the Republican insurgents
are reproduced, including Senator
Dolllver's attack on the tariff. Tho
speeches of Senator Cummins and of
Senator LaFolletto against tho rail
road bill and the defense of insur
gency by Congressman Hamilton
Fish of Now York, are also included.
The book contains 51G pages. A
third of it is devoted to a discussion
of the weaknesses of the tariff ;n
revised by Republicans and to statis
tics bearing on the high cost of llv
Jng.x Many of Minority Leader
Champ Clark's speeches are re
printed and comparo with thoso of
the Republican progressives.
The administration is also at
tacked for fostering the ship subsidy
and other measuros which aro d"
clared to favor tho trusts.
Papers Are Delayed.
Quebec, Aug. 17. Instructions
from the Cnnadian government to
local officials to" transfer Dr. II. H.
and M,M Ethe, Leneyo tQ
1 1. ,,, f nt sw.
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land Yard have not yet reached the
prison hero. It Is expected that the
papers will arrive tonight.
Dew will take his prisoners to
Rimouskl tomorrow and board the
steamship Royal Edward for England.
If you get your paper by
mail kindly watch the tag and
see when the time is up, and
remit promptly, or notify ns
to stop tho paper; otherwise
bill will be made for the time
tho paper comes after expira-
tion of last payment. "