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t Watching the Scoreboard $
Look and Feel
Clean, Sweet and
Fresh Every Day
Discusses Cherry Fair and the
Fourth, and Suggests Sign
for the Depot
Pacific Coast League Standings.
W. I.. I'rt.j
Vernon ..' J7 22 ,i2 j
Nan Francisco :15 27 .!trj
I-os Angeles ,. 27 .oofl '
Portland 24 27 .17J j
Salt Lake 2.1 .10 A-'A.
Oakland 23 42 .i'.ol
Drink a fllaai of real hot.water
befr brtakfott to" wmrt
216 N. Commercial St
(Continued From Faga One.)
sives, it was expected, would name
Kxecntivo Chairmnim Perkins. Willinm
Hamilton Childs, Governor Johnson, Na
tional Chairman Jlurdoek and a fifth,
to be selected from one of the "on the
fence" group of bull moosers.
Definite information that Roosevelt's
name would be placed in nomination
before tho republican convention came
today with news that Senator A. P.
Fall ,of New Mexico, would do the trick
tomorrow, when tho convention takes
gives you more
miles to the dol
qualities account for
that no waste of gas.
Dealers everywhere and
lso at our many
m n w
Note: The package
it's flexible and bends
to fit your pocket.
up nominating speeches.
Senator Borah is figuring so largely
in the deliberations of tho party hero
that, despite his voluntary withdrawal
from tho presidential contest, a senti
ment is crystalizing today suggesting
his choice as a vice-presidential candi
date. He comes from the far west; his
progressivcism is well known and he
has the respect of all camps.
Senator Warren 0. Harding, the.tem
porary chairman, probably will be made
permanent presiding officer.
(Continued from Page 1.)
and controlled by the national govern
ment. "In our democracy, every male citi
zen is charged with the duty of defend
ing his country. This duty is not new.
It has existed from tho foundation of
the government. Under modern condi
tions, it cannot be performed without
military training. Wo '.should, there
fore, give to every citizen opportunity
for adequate training at federal expense
to perforin this duty adequately.
"We stand for pence, not war. We
believe in preparedness for defense,
but never for aggression. We should not
sacrifice the lives of men for the glory
or gain of military conquest. We de
sire that the women of the country who
bear nnd rear its soldiers and make and
keep its homes, shall have the full po
litical right of suffrage.
"Arms alone cannot maintain a na
tion. Of far greater permanent im
portance must stand a national industry
efficient for the general welfare, a
prosperity justly distributed, the na
tion organized in nil points for na
tional ends. Four years ago this party
was born of a nations awakened sense
of thet-e fundamental truths. In the
platform then adopted, we set forth our
I mimiiuii mi niiMir (iir-i miis. it ii nere
reaffirm the declaration then made on
I "A nation to survive, must stand for
I the principles of social nnd industrial
justice. We have no right to expect
continued loyalty from an oppressed
class. We must remove tho artificial
causes of the high cost of living, pre
vent the exploitation of children in in
dustry .protect the wage earner and by
a properly regulated system of rural
credits, encourage the farmer and give
the landless men opportunity to ncqnire
l land. A country must be worth living
in to be worth fighting for.
"To make possible social justice, to
I maintain our position in pence nn.l war.
; we must insure business and industrial
prosperity. Tins run be done:
"By a regulation of industry aimed
at promoting its growth and prosperity
nnd a just distribution of its return by
a conservation nni development .of our
national resources for the good of nil:
"Bv making a new standard of gov
ernmental efficiency, through a com
plete civil service system, the reclama
tion of land" nnd national budget and
the destruction of pork barrel legisla
"The creation of a permanent ex!
The Cigarette of the West
There is more crisp, cigarette en
joyment in a La Marquise smoke
than in any other you have tried.
It's the companion of the get-there
spirit the delight of the fresh, un
jaded taste that goes with the energy
of the West.
In the New Vest Pocket Package
Thousands of Pacific Coast Smok
ers have learned that there is an
appeal and satisfaction in this relish-1
. able cigarette that they have never
been able to buy before.
Minniactured by the BUTLER-BUTLER BRANCH,
, Makers of high-grade Turkish Cigarettes only.
pol't tariff commission;
"The protective system is csscntiol
to our national prosperity.
"Tremendous pressure will be thrown
upon our industries after the war by
the highly mobilized production of En
rope. ' '
"At all times, conditions of competti
tiom must be equalized between our own
and foreign countries. We can only get
the protection we need throngh the use
of exact and compelte knowledge unaf
fected by prejudice and politics. We
can only secure that knowledge at all
times and when needed through such a
"The industrial issues are chiefly na
tional. The present and the future make
it imperative that tho regulation nnd
promotion of industry and especially of
transportation nnd foreign trado be
national, not local.
"Only federal power can work jus
tice to capital and labor throughout
the nation. Only national authority
can mobilize industry for defense as
nation's needs demands it.
"Beneath a structure of military nnd
economic strength must be the spirit of
the people, a deep loyalty and undivid
ed allegiance to America, a land which
welcomes us and our immigrant fore
fathers. When that foundation censes to
endure we shall no longer be a nation.
"We have set forth m this platform
plni essentials of national existence.
They are not new in principle. Most
men agree with them. Any mnn may
propose them. The urgent and immediate
need is for their performance. We have
had ample experience with the promiiicr
with words and his lust words were r
traeted. We must choose a man who
not alone by words, but bv past deeds
can give us a guaranty that lie can and
will niuko these good. Tho issue is one
of men. In the midst of world changes
unparalleled in history, we cannot fore
cast tho problems which will confront
our government dining the war and at
its end. We therefore need as president
a lender who knows the nation, a mini
who acts. Tf we continue longer to
stand for words, ns above deeds, for
fancy us above facts, we shall receive
and merit the fate that surelv awaits
the man or people who do imt'fuoo the
"We meet and work with any man or
I'iim.v wno sees me nation's needs and
produces a leader Tit to meet it. We will
accept no less in the plan or in the man,
nnd wo hereby solcmaly charge upon
those who place party and politics
above the country, the responsibility
tor a nation's future, sacrificed to self
interest and spoils."
PIPE ORGAN ,RECITAi
Lover of pipe org-.n music will
have an opportunity of listening to
rni organ recital at the Methodist
church Sou, lay evening, with l)r. frank
Wilbur Chare at the organ. In addition
to the regular program of music bv the
choir, I'r. ('hioe will give the follow
Symphony, allegro, Wi.lor; Honiance
by Seniore; offertory bv linptiste;
Ovortnte, ron Weber.
The public is cordially invited.
WiTHYCOMBE TO IK
FOR PACIFIC COAST
Oregon's Governor to Read
Paper at Western Gov
As secretary of the western govern
ors' conference. Governor W;m,,,i..,
has been busy formulating the pro
gram and plans for tne forthcoming
gntherinr of the western executives
which occurs at Salt. Luke cilv o,..
day, .lime 2(ith.
The western governors' gathering
will be fnllowcl bv ti,n ...,t; i
ernors' conference, on the L'7th i-mli
.....1 Oo.l. in .... '
.inn -oui. io a certain extent the pro
gram of the two events will overlap,
as several of the western governors
are expected to spea.v .,tnore the na
tional bodv. of which their nr.. p ,
This is the first national conference
ever held in the west and will be the
largest in point of numbers that has
yet assembled. The tentative program
will include an address of welcome by
Governor Spry of Utah, and an ac
knowledgment by Governor Lister of
Washington, p resident of the western
governor 's conference.
Governor Boyle of .Nevada will dis
cuss "J'ublic Lauds and Water pow-
j Governor Carlson of Colorado is down
i on the program for ''State and Federal
aid in Land Settlements."
Governor Alexander of Idaho will
liscuss "State Administrative I'rob
, leniH. and has for his sunjoct before
mo national conference What will the
mutes no to meet International nm
'. petition nf tor the WarT '
Governor Hunt of Arizona will do
l liver i paper on "State Administrative
j Kx-Governor llawlev of Maim will
! speak on "Tho West and its Water
, I'ower. ' '
L Governor Withwombc will deliver a
, paper entitled " i'lacto al I'rei.eri dness
tor the rncific Northwest.
I'robably several of the papers nbovt
listed will be delivered before the na
tional conference. liertnite nrr.'mg
ments on this head will be worked out
later bv Governor Wiihwonibo with
M!"H ('. Kilev. .Madi-oii, Wisconsin,
secretary of the national governors'
conference, who is arranging for the
The present indications are that
tiicre will be not less than nine act
inif weste rin - :o crnors In attendance
and probalily three ex governors, iu
eliiiiing ex-Governor West ot Oregon,
who has just t fir the Fast, and has
THE NEW OFFICERS
President, Joseph II. Albert.
Vice president, Charles K.
Secretary, Charles H. Fisher.
Treasurer, Asahel Itush.
At the annual meeting of the Salem
Commercial club last evening, Joseph
II. Albert was elected president, Chas.
K. Spaulding vice president, Charles
11. Fisher secretary, and Asahel Bush
treasurer. With their election last
evening, they become the active offi
cers of the club for the coming year.
Mr. Albert was placed in nomina
tion by Hal I). Fatten and seconded
bv Chas. H. Dick who said that Mr.
Albert was the man the club wanted
as he surely could save the money and
that he had a good head for finances.
Mr. Albert felt, that he could not very
well give the time necessary and asked
that his name not be placed in nomi
nation, ( ha rles H. Archard, who bought
the business of S. A. Manning was
For vice president, ('has. K. Spauld
ing was nominated by F. G. Deckebnch
The name of W. W. Moore was pre
sented by H. A. Johnson, Fnrnk Spears
nominated Curtis Cross and I). IF.
Wagner suggested A. N. Gilbert.
For secretary, Charles ji. Fisher was
presented by Judge Charles L. Me
Nary, nnd T. B. Kay nominated Asahel
Bush for tronsurer.
L. 11. McMahon suid that while he
was not especially noted for saying
nice things about people, iie did wish
to express himself to the effect that
he had never seen a man more con
scientious in his work than, the retiring
president W II. Hamilton, nor a man
who was more honest nnd upright and
who subordinated his own interests to
The Cherry fair celebration ctinie in
for a few remarks when . G. Deckc
bach rose for a matter of information
and was inclined to move that it was
the sense of the meeting that the Cher
ry fair do all its celebrating on Mon
day, July 3, and leave the Fourth clear
for the Btate fair board and the horse
men, especially as the fair Imurd was
trying to make this such a successful
celebration that hereafter it would be
an annual event. Theodore Both fav
ored the plan of giving the fair board
all day Tuesday, especially as he had
been informed the people of tho sur
rounding towns were all coming in to
celebrate and that ho wanted the fair
board to have a chance to give them ai
celebration worth while.
Kepresenting Mr. Brick who wis in
Portland, Rev. James F.lvin said that
plans had already been made for a city
celebration all day Monday and up to
Tuesday noon nnd that he was rather
surprised that the nfnto fair board
wanted all doy of the fourth. It was
finally agreed that the officers of the
club confer with tho state fair board
and arrange the celebration whereby
the events at the air grounds will not
conflict with the down town program.
The carnival proposition also bobbed
up, the question being whether there
should be n street carnival during the
Cherry fair. Walter II. Denton opined;
that the carnival proposiuon had nl-i
ready been settled at a' former meet
ing, to the effect that there was to be 1
no carnival. J
Homer II. Smith wanted to know!
where the club would get with a t!i()n,
appropriation, ns Ins opinion was that
so small an amount was not even a
stnrter for the niinual event.
Dr. H. H. dinger was not inclined
to be in uc li over-joyed when informed
that tho Southern Pacific officials were
considering the building of a new pas-
senger depot. Witii the exception ofj
a few coats of paint he thought the;
depot, was about as fine n piece of
sceucrv as it was oil years ago. In I
fact the doctor thought a sign should j
oe erected near the station, large j
enough to bo read from a distancej
reading, "Do not, judge our town IiVj
our depot.'' In fact, a motion was of-;
fered that thin be done and was unan-j
i in r it sly passed, with the amendment of
liev. james Flviu that it be illuini-j
nated at night. j
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:K ; :
! l.F.WIS- In the citv, June S, l!l(i, Mrs.
Zilpha Lewis in her .".'lid year.
' The oody was forwarded to relatives
, in Portland this afternoon by Webb,
III I S- At tlie home of her son, John,
I Jones, "! I North Fifth street, June'
7, mill, Mrs. Amanda Titus,,hi her
I S"1 li year. i
Besides her Kin Johnny Jones, she
' is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Kal.e(
Smith, who is known as an active
j worker with the Salvation army. j
i Funeial services will be held at
j H):.'I0 o'clock Friday morning from the
Ichapel of Webb and ('lough, in charge!
stated that he w ill arrange to be pies-j
cut, tit tho conference in his return .
-nr. Kiley, secretary oi the national I
conference, has written to Governor
Withycoinbe that he had definite ac-
ceptai s from ten eastern and middle
west governors, in ndditioii to the west
ern executives abmo mentioned. Fur
ther acceptances were expected. Ilelow
is a list of the slates which positively!
will be leproscnteil, exclusive of the
western states. I
Alabama. Kansas, Mississippi, Con-!
neticiit, Keutu. kv. New Hampshire,!
Virginia, Illinois, ..i innesia, Oklaho-J
At Portland Portland, 10; Oak
At San Friu-isca Wan Francisco, 7;
At I.os Angeles Los Angeles, 4; Knit
Boles, of I.os Angeles, bent Halt l.uke
j in the sixth when he poled a homer to
deep center and scored two ahead of
San Francisco again took the measure
of the Vernon Tigers, beating Art From
me, tho southerners' star henvist.
Johnny Couch, of the Seals, pitched a
wobbly game and allowed Hi bingles,
but Schaller'g home run and a couple
of bengal boners won the day for him.
Hello! Oakland lost ngnin. Portland
made it two straight, the Beaver bats
men pounding their old colleague, Dutch
Berger, of Oakland, was larceny per
sonified on the bases, nearly stealing
tho game on a couple of occasions.
The Browns are trying to cop some of
the Giants' stuff. A few more wiris
and they'll be in first division. Their
victory over the Yanks gave them their
fifth straight win.
Twelve innings were necessary before
a winner could be decided.
If. was a great day for Mullen, the
Yankee's first Hacker. He made four
hits and 20 putouts.
High robned Severoid of a hit in the
eleventh by catching his long drive. It
would have been n sure homer. High
took it off the fence.
nam put the quietus on hull, ginnes.
Only a "nine nniece in each l,i,r lim.i...
of the Ticv. W. II. Johnston of the Free
Aietiioilist church. Burial will be in
the City iew cemetery.
the City View cemetery.
had ninde her home in Salem for the
past 41 yeacs. She was a native of
Our circulation la coming up
and still growing read the....
paper and you guess the reason.
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Folks who are accustinied to feel
dull and heavy when they arise, split
ting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul
tongue, nusttv breat.'h1, acid stomach,
can, instead, feel as fresh as a daisy
oy opening the sluices of the Byswm
each mnrninjj and flushing out the
wrole of the internal poisonous stag
Kveryone, whether ailing, sick or
well should, each morning, before
breakfast, drink u glass of real ant
water with a tcaspooufitl of limestone
phosphate in it to wash from the
stomach, liver, kidneys nnd bowels the
previous day's indigestible waste,
sour bile and poisonous toxins; thus
cleansiug, sweetening and 'purifying
the entire alimentary canal before
putting more food into the stomach.
The action of the water and limestone
piiosphate on an empty stomach is
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water ami phosphate 1s quietly ex
tracting a lare volume of water from
the blond and getting ready for a
thorough flushing of all the inside
The millions of people who am
bothered with constipation, bilious
spells stomach trouble, i heiiimitisri;
others who have sallow skins, blood
disorders and sickly complexions are
urged to get a quarter pound of lime
stone piiosphate from the drug stor
which will cost a very little, but is
sufficient to make anyone a pro
uoun: oi 'rrauk ou Wio istibject of
Portland, Or, June 8. Wheat Club
S7cflc 'Bluvatcm !,Sc(rW)0c; Forty
Oats No. 1 White Feed t'-'".L'0(Wi
Hh rley Feed SfTi'JM.SO.
irgs-riest live .S.250f' .:!..
llrimo Steers $8M; i'ancy cows
$7.:i5; calves $8,011.
Spring Lambs $(trn n.'',r). .
Butter City Creamery 20c; Country
Kggs Selected Local extras 2:!cW
Rroilrrs J7cfo 2V.
the Willamette Valley."