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THE F.VRMVO XKWS TI'KKII.AV, DKfKMIIKH 28, MMIII.
THE EVENING NEWS
11V H. W. I1ATKS
JCiitured an Bocond-clanfl mattur
Nov, &, 1909, at KoBoburji, Oro7 un
dur act of i.wiroh 3, 1879.
Per year by mail
Per month, delivered..
Por year ... $2.90
Six months 1.00
ri i;kmav7i( kmhkk jk, ijmiw.
Tho woi t Jir i nuiiu?, and it U In
the Hhapo oT a r.jn, o itlilei1. "Icar
Oid North Polo." This o:f . i' Ih In
roeeli L of n copy. Ili.veve. w will
not iitU-iipt to sins it. if'
keep imvon; on tut; staff, nioi In nti ril
'ir repilorhil, wl:o H(t"in in it. Iut
vlll do wliiit we cm In p'-teet Hit
jiuiiJU: from litis calamity.
The very w-al mini of nljont r , V0
'vas raided in I';jh Uinn a half day
for publicity work just before Chrli-t-mua.
The Ural mliacrlnlloiiB wt
bet -i part. "1 what inriv he expertd
wUlil'i the next ft w dayn. Kiwelnir'a
ItuKliu-HH ne ti are fuMv im;sk to I'.'"
ndvant'iK' of n thorough r:nr! iii:u
of pnl'li Ity, their fin-ru'is ln:rk
iif( .if ihe plan to 'i:ipluv M r.Ttmri.
L KiehaidHo of N.m" York, at t
friary of $-1.noo annnaliv in lU:it.'S,
AkIiIi i-vi; thiK hnecial nffort on the
part t prominent humnes liit."iv.lH
o pivr Rosdiinn and He' coaniy
Cfni)C ' lit inlvtxiblntf, tie1 Commer
cial fjlnh v. ill ahso ta':e Um tiMltrr un
der udviH-nient, and the t'i eran
l.alfonrt will co-oi urittu in tlh ir -t-fortH,
tluiH i'Cii-ing the best possible
wmiI'i. KoHphuri; in ini(nnt; npor.
the mo?! lmiort an r. ;ierlo ' of Jkt nif
ti ry. ni'd lie next few y- ara will wil-lir-sH
r.ii rvdotiH growth In p'jpulal u n
and ueiil'h, and al! thesr pul-lkity
nieaHiiroK urn but ti tr'rt nf th work
that K(-ck toward building a pryat
man with uuery and the bruins to
War Is good for ono thin?. It
demonstrates that 80 por cent of tho
clKaretio amokortt aro not phyulcally
eapablo of the rigorous life of a aul
dlur. Homo Insignia to tell a married
woman from a single one is demanded
by a dress reformist. There ought to
be. no great amount of trouble In
volved in . Irking out tho married
ones that wear the trousers and
thoKo that don't are so meek that they
aj-y easily discernablo.
Pee wrotu some mighty sober
things for a man who Is reported to
have drank bo mueh.
I. M MAN'S
ill AM I TIU;iK Ml K
Pevernl moiiths ngn a new mad
was proposed that would brlntf Ihe
residents of tho fiarden Vall'-y o un
1 ry several ni i les nea rer t h Is H t y .
ami work of laying out tho road and
viewtiiK I ho patue was aeromplirht-l
It was estimate tl Hint llio eosr or t.ns
Improvement would nmoiint to about
S 1 300, and tho court decided that
this exp"iiBo should he taxed imainnt
tho petitioners, or those rw v ;io
would bo most benefitted by this m
liosed highway. The cost to Un
people practically made tlit, r-''d pro
hibiterv. A nme no'v on f i.it to
recoi'ider the matltT. The no road
at proposed Is 'o crnss the finry
ranch from lh-i Webbnf place to a
point on Ihe river where the old ferry
wad formerly ma1 valued, iviiiirititf
on'y two mileB "'f r-'allv new r iad to
jdn((t tho people In Ihe serllon of coun
try to bo served several miles nearer
this city It not onlv p'accs ill ise
fanuern nearer town, but fves them
n hotter rend, flood highways mean
mueh to this or any oilier city. Th'v
mean that tho nail ord"i hoimi-s will
pet less of Ihe farii'er wealth because
If tin ranch;r hn a tra-.n! le road t"
will tnkp tho family an en to town
and hpend his m.mt'y freely: an ler
contrary enndhions lu will write to
tho mall order ho' he
(X T ' TIIK ;i.i:U JAI.
Two Is company and threo a di
vorce, says an exchanne.
Somehow or other a woman's fig
ure soeniB to fit any fashion.
Mrs. I'eary and Mrs. Cook haven't
been exchunnluj rerlpeu lately.
In Turkey the women aro so incid
ent they wear heavy veils ho people
can't see their naked eyes.
The brooni t rust nearly sweeps
us off our feet with the statement
that II must double the price of Its
product or die.
If Tilde Joe wants to (jo Into vau
deville after leaving conrens. all this
advertising he ih elliny; will be a
southern uas company has been
rnlihed of several Ihousnttd dollars.
The theft has not been laid to the
gas meters, however.
'Ve have It on kooI anthorltv that
at Its present juiiv be.-f steak Is a
daiij-unins article of food. hehiK a
breeder of appetidicli Is. tuberculosis,
cancer ,tnd other luxuries thai only
the rich can aihud. Take due notice-1
and K'lide your.setves accordingly.
llupiclreds of Yeai llefoio l lie W hite
.Man Tlioii;-lii Such Methods Ise.
Tho American Indian is tho craft
iest, iiiiii-t reasoning and d'-i'L sui
deu: of natuiy ut all b.irbaiis or h-ii.1
barb-, n. p.;ode.
lie Knows ni.re atif:ii' tn re h
i of n i. uf. h.t hltoiy sh..svs a -Or
I ton- h .-f nu"'-a' than even the
I legends of tho Syraii or Caucaslou
Kspeclally IntereHtintc ,1s the study
of the Indian and his methods tor
u ii ring his sick. In addiilon to his
wciuiertcl k:iowl"do of plant life
and the mixing (if it "to brine forth
health concoctions, tho Indian Is said
to be the first race to study the val
ue of mineral water baths. Lons be
fore the cheml.sta and nlchemlsts of
Kuroiio had analyzed the waterH of
their famous springs and found meui
clnal proiK-.rtii-B there, the North
American Indian was curing his Hick
at Vtmo Kobles Hot Spring-
The old Kroiiciscan monks, while
making their wonderful Journeys,
building tlM.ir missions and teaching
Christianity along tho California
coast, frequently sat at tho Indian
council camp fires and heard there
he tales of a wonderful spring where
in to batho was to ho made free from
Thc-RG tales seemed unholy wrr
shlp and nonsense to tho holy fath
ers, but at length they too caught the
enthusiasm of tho Indian and tholr
sick. began tho pilgrimage to Paso
Itobles (The Pass of the UnkP), ho
named by thoso holy men.
Then began a series of reports to
tho papal home- of tho church and to
the King ot hpain. so mar, eariy in
the rjigu of Castile over California
these sprliifjfl were regarded as the
Ideal Bpot Fought for by Ponco de
Nut aside from the romance of the
Indian and from holyrreportH of the
Kranclscan menks, Pa&o Itobles today
Is making fume for nor waters by rea
son of Its wonderful cures.
Ith:'um:it!sm, gout, kidney and
siomaeh, troubles disappear before
ihe It it h treatments nt Paso Kobles
so quickly that tho cltizeiiB of Paso
Uobles claim no case can he sew. re
eiiniiKh to defeat the waters from
makinc a euro. Tuberculosis and un
clean diseases are not iiernilttid treat
Nervous women who have been
cured f all manner of female ills,
form a continual series of testimo
nial proof of the beneficial effects of
Paso Itobles springs.
Here one .neets iho worn out la
borer praising the waters for ,th"r
gifts to him, while at his side perhaps
speaks tho clubman from tho citv.
whose living ban worn down his sys
tem. Many health pllgrlmn arrive a
Pnt.o Kobles with camping outfits and
live In tents while being cured, be
ing unable to afford tho luxury of n
Here iiNo are tho rich In. their lux
urious hotel with private bath house
and all the especial attention they de
mr.nl. The air of Paso Hoblos Ih as
rich and as perfect as Its water, this
fact alone being of greatest benefit
to ttR curing power.
A small book, neatly Illustrated,
ha been recently published bv the
mammement telling the rtorv of the
Hot Hpi'lnns in a mosr Interesting man
ner and giving complete Information.
Send for It. either t" Win. McMurrav,
general nawseimer agent of the O. 11.
X., Portlai-d, Or., or Dr. P. Y.
Sawyer, manager, Pnso Itobles, Cal. 1
INTIiKl'S'IS WANT l OHKST
Pincbot Haye Koine Plain Things lie
Now York, Doc. 27. Glfford Pin
chot, chief forester or the United
Slates, declared In a speech hero m
da before a number of prominent
publishers at tho I'niveislay club that
special Interests had made repeated
attacks on the I'nlted States r'or'ist
servlco and these attacks had Increas
ed In violence Just In proportion as
tho service had offered effective o
pOfdtlon to prediitory wealth. Mr.
Plnchot f ald:
"Tho American people evidently
havo made up their minds that our
natural resources must be conserved.
That 1b good, but It settles only h ill
the finest inn Kor whose benefit
shsll thev be conserved? Kor the
benefit of the few? Tho great con
flict now being fought nvIII decide.
There Is no oilier quesilon before us
that begins to be s() imnortant, or
that will be so difficult to straddle,
as Die great question bet veen special
inlerchts and euual oppoitui -Ity; be
tween the privileges of the few and
tho rights of tho man; between gnv-
ernment by men for hunmi welfare,
and government bv monc v for i roflt;
between the men who stand for the
Uoosevelt policies and th men who
.iland against th"in. This Is the es
sence of Ihe conservation problem to
day. "I believe In our form of govern
ment, and I be'levo in the golden
rule. Hut we must face tho truth
tha monopoly of tho sources of pro
duction makes It Impossible for vast
numbers of men and women to erirn
a fair living. Ftight hre. conserva
tion touches the dally life of the great
hodv of our people who pay the cost
of special privilege.
Amos W. Hiester, violinist at
Star theatre, will accept pupils
for violin. Kspeclal attention to
juvonils. Jiiguire at Star theatre
or phono i86.
quit raitioading and tackle the real
estate hufcinebs, particularly the hand
ling of fruit lands. During my con
nection with the railroad, 1 have had
an opportunity to watch tho growth
of tho slat:) and the Important part
tho rallroud has played In that de
velopment. I have watclud the pro
gress of the western part of the state
and am convinced that the Rogue
Itiver Valle olfers the best field for
investment. Kor some time I have
forseen tho opportuniiles offered In
that section of southern .Oregon that
the company with which I have be
come identified will operate."
LOANS, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE
Do you want to build you a home and pay for it in small
.w...,n nn,l litir r'lta fif intpl'Pgf.?
1)0 you want to pay off your mortgage and have long time,
caw navmpntu u,u) inw rataiof interest to pay back loan in? :
Do you want ti buy a home in lioseburg, a nice acre.tract
near town or a good ranch near a good market and in good lo
i.ylitu1 Ttr. vim !. in anil vnur nronertv?
Do you "want to insure your building in one of the best
and cheapest companies in the U. t.:
If So See WALHfeR PERRINE, Roseburg Ore.
Cor. Cass and Pine St. '' -:- -:- E. B. I'ERRINE; Notary Public
IIOMK MOXKY OltDKHS.
Merchants Should be Careful Whose
Orders re Cashed.
WIVIS TO KNOW KKASOW
k ClMM't to
Adjust S. P,
Salem, Or., ec. 7. .T. II. Mc
1ounld has tiled a compbilnt wltl; I be
ralliiiad lonmiission alleging tint he
was ovei c-haiTed on a shipment of
, -, ' I bin setuild minds from Portland to
iker ( aiinon and muiii' other al-1 in t k. n.... ,.r tiw. -,,:iiu
mipaiiied i K;iStern. The charm for three tons
of household goods for that distance
wan $.ril.7r. while from Sknmokawa
to Portland, a similar distance. Mr
MrDonald was ehamed hut $11. Ua
on the siiim shipment. He asks the
railroad commission to Investigate the
alb ged overcharge.
rreshlent 1 alt down the .Mississippi
vih the deep waterways com mission.
The sneaker hi satd to have followed
nut his alleged policy of obstruction
by droj dug a damn here and mere.
Nn more powder, point, hair puffs,
dani'.llnu jewelry. ( J u !' t lingerie, etc.;
just plain black or while shirt waists,
black skirlK. and hair done nea'ly. is
ne eider of a ('hi'-aco store tit its
female employes. That slo-e must!
Intend o build up a business on first
principles and cut out flirting by Its'
male customers. j
The rnnon aflecis tho weather to n
great extent so we presume a full
union is a shin of moisture. j
If Heorcln was as dry during the
Ms as It is now . we may surmise whv
Sherman niat.h.-d to t!i(. Sea.
' Warning merchants and business
men of Portland to be on the lookout
for fortrcrn of money orders, who are
now opnratlntr over the northwest.
Posin aHter .John C. Young of Port
land la sending out the following let
ter, received from Spokane, Wavh..
"The postoffico at Ostrander,
Wash., wfia burglarized July 1.1, liMlll.
Money order blank forma n.imbered
d 2 H 2- to (WOO were stolon. These
stolen oi ders aro being forgtd and
presented to merchants In payment
of goods. Tho orders are usually
made out for from $2fi to $10 each.
These orders are frequently rushed
Sattird.iv nights and v hen presented
to pnMoffhe by merchants for pay
ment thy are found to he forged.
Party cnshlng them uses ihe name of
Is. W. Wyncoop and other ilfforont
names, but right name is believed to
be L. II. Perry.
"Mo is described ns follows: age.
about 3r : height, fi feet. 0 Inches;
wedght, 1 rr ; medium build ; dark
brown hair; rai her fair, or ruddy
complexion; almost bald over fore
head : rather t bin features; upper
front teeth gold crowned and broken;
wears (? hat: coat. 87; shoes 8.
When l-ist seen he wore a dark green
suit with black and red stripes about
twt; Inches apart, and a tan shirt with
bbi"k stripes; talks freely and prob
hahly carries a phonograph."
For Men. There Is no heter shoo
made than tho celebrated "J. E.
Tilt," which is to be found at the
Millfkin Shoe Store. And for heavy
wear there is nothing equal to the
'Putted Workman Shoe." dt-f.'
FOK itUINT Store room on Jackson
street. Inquire Mrs. II, Easton. tf
Olt HAMS Three choice lots on
North Jackson street, set to fruit.
Liquire at this office. d-tjwt.f
LOST. Purse containing monv and
gold ring. Finder leave at this of
We're in a Position
to offer you the best the market af
fords in the way of Meats; and our
prices you know are always lowest,
We handle only prime Btock. Unal
ity and quantity guaranteed. Fine
ronmiug pieces of beef from 80 to
12!jc pound. First class - mutton,
,veul, pork and poultry equally low.
Can't do better anywhere. Phone us
your order. We deliver to any part
of the city.
Cass Street MarKet
LOP18 KOHLUAGKN, Prop.
107 West Caaa St. Phona 191.'
LOST. A fountain pen was lost to
day, Monday, December 20, on
Sheridan street. Finder will please
leave at Tho News oifica. d-tf.
FOR SALK 10 acres fine land,
mllo from town; 2 acres orchard;
all under cultivation; small house;
barn 20x30; poultry, team and a
wagon included. Only $2500. Ad
dress N., this ofllce. d31-sw-d
MIL M U.POKI
Will Engage In the Real !
After having been employed In tho
freight ('epartinont of the Southern
Pacific for 1 5 consecutive youth. C.
. Mnrb-neuf, district freight agent
for the I landman property In Ore
gon, has tendered his resignation, to
take effort January 15. save the Ore
gon bin. With some associates, Air.
Mallnouf has omanl.ed the Uoirue
River Land & Orchard company. Tim
company expects to oiurage extensive
ly in purchasing, developing and ell
iim fruit lands of the Rogue iCiver
Mi. Malboetif bef-n a' the- bottom
of tho ladder, entering the service of
the Southern Pacific hi 189 4 under
F. P. Rogers, formerly assistant gen
eral freight and paj-seniior agent of
tins road. Me was promoted from
one station to another until three
years ago. when he received the ap
pointment of district freight agent.
"In many ways I dislike leaving
ht railroad company." said Mr. Mai
hoeuf yesterday, "but I am satisfied
that tho time has arrived' for me to
Q. 13. M A"K3STAItD
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTOR
At Your Service
Itoscburg, Oregon Phone 193
I Clearance Sale
I Tailor Made Clothes I
Commencing December 18, and
centiuniii) for two weeks, in Older
10 reduce my stock of hiuh-irnide
goods, I will make euits at the
following greatly reduced prices:
HOWARD & MAHAN
largest Stock of Plumbing
Goods In the City
The PLUMBERS and TINNERS
Skylights, Cornices and Dryer Pipe
GROUCH & ALDRICH
Olflce: Warehouse No.
Near the Depot. Telephone
Main 2431 or 311.
Wholesale aud Retail Dealers in
Cement Plaster, Lime and Cement Blocks, Cement
Sewer Pipe, Mill Work and ail Building Materia
f":., ..- m iii. ...mi
uive us a tan, win save you inoiiey.
$35 Suits $28.00 I
$33 Suits $25.00 1
$30 Suits $22.00
For two weeks only. Call early j
Wlliltl tm Sktrk IH l-l nnlutn &
The Reliable Tailor
I'lionu .i:iln C 2 rs 1 4
OIIUo Phone Main 3205
TDDTIIACIIK SflCIIlK CAISK
W'umiiti I'miMt' to !tiiir Taiii Prinks
'.lib.. lie A. 1.1.
I.ra AniT.-li'i. IVr. SR. Ti'llli'K hi-r
luisfmiul t ti :i t Fhr cnuld mil Ifnr Inn--:.'r
III.1 ttM In from an iilciTiitt il tooth.
Mrs. I.oulso Molotia. LT. ytvtrs olil, to
day Hiiiit:'tio.l up a liotth' of t'arliollc
art.! ami drank tin' rortonsts.
Sho dld a fow mlmitos lalor.
Wo nro propaivd to do all leBltl
niato li.'tiMtiho Work (both i'ivll
nml Criminal ) In nil parts of
tho I'nlU'd Slates - . ..
1" A It K l:U SupiTlntoiiilont
-ll-HIU Hoiitv lll.li:. . .
I'OU'I I.AM), nit.
tor l:i w n lailnal
An a.'hlnc ttioili
.in.liictivo to Kood
A Cl 'V.lin.l do
lt to p.Mir t.'.'tli
Is cortaiiily nut i
Tho Ki:ptlan who dli.tv-Mod how
t(i make miiminloH out of mohi.mi must
Itavo mado a tiom-Mulous hit
tho m.urli.d lui'ti
In tlio takltlir of ltit rmsns, ln.
no 'counts fount as imn'h a.t anyone
Tho Mlow who hrlnci tho moat
rhiM'olaloa Isn't always tho "candy
Thore la always a premium on tho
TI r-!.- I.TMl II r . f
: me rair m nave special
: Sales on Holiday
: EVERY DAY
t Watch tin? windows for particulars. We will
X have Doll Day, Toy Day, Fieture day, etc., etc. f
25 Per Cent Rsduction on These Sale Days.
1 Chance ou the big doll with every 5oc I
t purchase. I
I THE IMPERIAL!
: A Temperance Saloon j
Depot - Roseburg
I ORDWAY & BOCART:
I P R 0 P R I E T 0 R S
To Out Friends
We cordially thank you for the
ever increasing patronage of the
the year 1 909, and trusting to
merit your continued favors for
1910, we wish you a
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Roseburg Furniture Go.
This Is Your
WE ARE TALKING
to tho LADIKS NOW
The Holiday Work is before von
and there is the Xmas dinner to plan
for. We can relieve you of much
worry and work, which is economy,
too, you know. You'll find all our
Pastry, Cahes and Bread
to be unexcelled. Orders delivered.
Special orders given prompt attention.
Place your Xmas orders now.
1 CHURCH BROTHERS'
11 liJI y
IT'S NEVER SOUR
it CASS STREET j PHONE 357 H