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About The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190? | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1903)
Published Mondays and Thursdays.
PLAINDEALER PUBLISHING CO.
H. H. BROOKES, Editor and Publisher
Twice-a-Veek Plaindealer. rer year, S2.00
Entered at the Post Office in Koseburg,
Ore., as eecond class man muum.
Advertising Rates on Application.
JULY 2. 1903.
THOSE BASE, BASE-BALL
S0P IN HIS FABLES HAS TOLD
An Apology to Eugene.
"Roseburg owes it to Eugene that the
capers of that city, especially the Plain-
dealer, make an apology to the people
of Eugene for the insulting language
hurled at the citizens and business men
of this place without the slightest ex
cuse. The fact that the Roseburg team
have recalled their protest against Som
pn nrnrps thev were wrone from the
Etart." Eugene Register.
So it is an apology from the Plain'
DISALER that the Register desires
well, in framing the apology the
Plakdealeb will not indulge in plat
itudinous ponderosity, but it shall po
sess a clarified conciseness and com
pacted comprehensibleness of coales
ced consistency of concatenatin
cogency warranted to mollify the con
glomerations of flatulent garrulity,
jejune babblement and asinine affec
tation of the esthetic Eugene Regis
t2r: and we desire to assure that de
lectable, bifurcated hurdy-gurdy that
we shall sedulously avoid all polysy!
labic profundity, psittaceous vacuity.
verbosity and shall stick to the apolc
gy in homely prose as close as a louse
sticks to sow's back.
WE APOLOGIZE TO EUGENE be
cause the standard of sportsmanship
and athletic games which was indoc
trinated into our makeup at Oxford
falls far below the standard of the
Eugene sportsmen who on Saturday
June 20, while the Roseburg base ba'
team was playing the League game
tampered with a player named Somers
and by the offer of various consider
ations seduced him from allegiance to
the Roseburg team; that after they
had seduced the it they encouraged
him to play on Saturday afternoon as
the pitcher of the Roseburg team and
the game was thrown down and Rose
burg defeated. We regret that the
standard of sportsmanship displayed
in the above is not quite up to the
methods employed by a stool pigeon
to lure a victim to engage in a stud
horse poker game, and we apologize
for drawing a comparison between
the methods employed by the man
agement of the Eugene base bal
team and a tin horn gambler that is
we apologize to the tin horn gentle
man for classing his methods with the
methods employed by the Eugene
base, base ball management
We used the word scoundrels
heretofore in denunciation of Eu-
Irene's methods. We take it back.
Oar ides of a man whom we con
truly class as a scoundrel in the line
of sport is a man who is trusted by
his employer to look after a race-hors
and then accepts money from parties
betting against the horse to dope the
animal so that the race will be lost.
That man would be a sconndre
Now, in classing the management
methods of the Eugene team against
the Roseburg team we regret that we
have to apologize to the horse-doping
scoundrel for classing his idea of
sportsmanship with Eugene's.
Now, regarding the man named
Somers, and his release by the Rose
burg team: if after the disgraceful
bargain came to light the Roseburg
management desired to hold Somers,
his salary would have to be paid for
nothnig, for Roseburg would be afraid
of the man in any event and therefore
it was best to let birds of a feather
flock together, and he has flocked,
but the Eugene management paid
the Roseburg management to release
Somers after the most honorable con
duct of the delectable affair was made
known. The Eugene- management
paid the Roseburg management the
money in order to keep the sweet per
fume from pervading the atmosphere.
We apologize to Eugene for calling
attention to the exquisite aroma of
the deal instead of calling it by its
true name, the stench from carrion.
We apologize to Eugene for calling
their attention to the fact, that when
the last two players were on their
way to sign with the Roseburg team,
exceedingly honorable gentlemen met
them at the train at that city as they
passed through and attempted to prej
udice them against coming to Rose
burg. The exposure of such honor
able conduct needs an apology for
showing up their true conception of
And wo apologize to Eugene be
cause it is reported that an umpire
had money staked on the game he
umpired and he won; and we apolo
gize for the action of Eugene's black-
fig element in our grandstand last
Sunday, and if there is anything else
in earth, sky or sea, now that we
have our hand in and are eating crow,
wo will willingly apologize for; and
the Plaindealer challenges the Reg
ister to reproduce this humble apolo
gy to the sporting fraternity of Eu
gene. Does the Register need more?
If so, we can supply a more extended
apology; or perhaps the Register will
supply one for us ready made.
nuzzling the Press.
Tim Euireno Register savs: "Hereto
fore the most cordial relations nave
existed between Eugene and Roseburg
and if thev are to continue, somebody,
whoso lack of iudcement and common-
a use is subjecting the Roseburg papers
to widusnread criticism should sea that
somebody is properly and hastily muz
Yes, and those most cordial rela
tions would have continued to exist
if it had not been for Eugene's ex
ceedingly disgraceful conduct in the
Somers affair; and they may continue
if Eugene will display white raiment
on the bush. She was caught in the
delicious delights of carnal concupis
cence with the erstwhile Roseburg
pitcher. The old lady will have to
show that she is straight before those
cordial relations can be resumed
Rnt it is the same old story: when
caught she smacked her lips and said
I have done no evil prove it on
me." and Droceeded to furnish the
proof of her own perfldity.
We desire to call the Registers at
tention to one fact and that is: the
Register is a muzzled press. It is
owned and controlled from the minut
est hair space to the tile on the edi
tor s head. It is like .Esop's fox wit
his tail cut off, and because it is muz
zled it wants other papers to be muz
zled also. And here we take occa
sion to say, that the curse of Oregon
todav is a muzzled press, The ma
jority are owned, body and soul, by
corporations, and fifty per cent of the
minoritv papers are lookinc out for
pap and are afraid that they will los
a little job work or advertising pat
ronasre. and thus muzzle themselves.
In this way there is no discussion
public affairs, nor is anything advo
cated for the welfare of the vast ma
jority of the people of Oregon, and
onlv schemes and crafts by wealthy
corporations and speculators are ad
vanced, and in the words of the de
parted Jay Gould, the muzzled papers
say: The public be .
We have onlv been m Ureron one
year, but in that time our eyes hav
been opened to many things, and the
worst curse that we know of is
muzzled press. Now, to ease the Reg
isters mind and to prevent its making
a mistake of that kind again, we as
sure it that there is no power on
earth that can muzzle the Plaindeal-
er when it comes to showing up such
conduct as the base, base ball meth
ods employed by the Eugene manage
The Ware-McKInley Conspiracy.
In sninrainz up before he rave a de
cision of the cate which was heard be
fore Judge Sladen in Portland, th
Gentlemen I am thoroughly con
vinced from the evidence before us here
that a crime has been committed a gains
the covernmint in acquiring title to
fieso lands. This is shown by the evi
dence ot Mr. Veatch, the fore3t ranger
who has reside J in the vi cinity of the
lands for 40 years and has been over
them weekly for the four summers past
by the liveryman from Cottage Grov
who has resided 50 years; by Mr. Lurch
the merchant, by Frank Mclntyre, by
Mr. Jennings, by all the witnesses wl
have lived where these entrymen are
said to have lived. They testify that
they never saw or heard of any one
of these persons and that
such improvements exist on the lands
as are described in the final proofs,
They also swear that the topography o
the lanl and that 'no such improv
ments could possibly have been made.
There is no doubt in my mind that fraud
has been committed.
I cannot but think from the evidence
that Horace G. McKinley is connected
with that fraud. The evidence of his
connection with the deeds which have
been put in evidence is of such a char
acter as to convince me that he must
have had guiltv knowledge of the at
tempted fraud upon the government in
these land transactions, and I therefore
feel that 1 must hold him to apjcar le
fore the grand jury. .
I regret to say that I must also hold
Miss Ware. Her youth and inexperience
convince me, however, that she could
not have originated the frauds in the
case, which iuve been presented to the
court. I feel satisfied myself that she
was under the direction mani festly oi
those who were older in years and
I must hold them both for their ap
pearance before the grand jury under
good and sufficient bonds.
Unless the government has objections
to offer, I will hold that they remain
under the bonds the same as now hold
them, namely, $20,000 each.
Oakland, Or., July 1, 1903.
N. T. Jcwett,
Sec. Philitarian Lodge, No. 8,
Dear Brother: I will bo on hand Sat.,
July 4, 1903, for purpose of installing
officer! of your lodge.
Zophcr Agee, D. D. G. M.
HOT TIME IN COURT
AN ARRAY OF LAWYERS TO PRO
TEST GRANTING THE
This morning the County Court
convened with Judge Thompson pro-
iding, and Commissioners Young and
Nichols in their respective seats.
Circuit Attorney llrown being present
to look after the interest of the court,
and Sheriff Parrott giving even' at
tention to preserve order and silence.
At the time of opening the'eourt
ever' seat was occupied and in the
afternoon standing room was at a
The contest was opened in a very
good speech made by Dexter Rico,
who is the attorney of the persons
desiring to secure the franchise. He
said many things rovalent to the case
in hand and some things which were
tns speeen would nave made ex
cellent anti-democratic reading in
the near future. He presented hi
petition and offered evidence and
after he got through W. D. Fenton
for the Oregon and California rail
road company got up and presented
a protest against granting the fran
chise. He denounced the scheme in
all its bearings and denied the right
of the court to grant a franchise;
and even if thev did it must be from
the headwaters of the North Ump-
qua to the mouth ot the river.
Judge Willis assisted in behalf of the
railroad. The speech made bv Mr.
Fenton was a masterly effort, and
covered an me ground gone over
by the Plaindealer in the past two
weeks. I-awvers F. W. lk-nson and
THE EXCELLENCE OF OUR
Atid our superior laboratory
products merit 3our patrou
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to the drug business, and our
patious have the assurauce
that ever' detail receives our
FULLERTON S RICHARDSON,
Phone 451. ROSEBURG, ORE. Near Depo
J. T. Long were also present and filed
protests in behalf of clients against
granting the franchise, and as we go
to press Dexter Rice has several wit
nesses to give evidence as to what
would be just tolls to charge, but it
is safe to say that the franchise will
not be granted; at least it must be
modified to suit the Railroad com
pany, or it will be fought up to the
supreme court of the United States
Christian Scientists Spreading
Bobto.v, June30. Eight thousand per
sona filled Mechanics' Hall this after
noon to attend the annual meeting of
tho mother church of tho Christian
Science denomination. Reports wero
presented by the fiVld secretaries, tell
ing of the advance and work of the
Christian Science movement through
out the country and in foreign lands.
Plans were discussed for spreading tho
doctrines still further.
The clerk of the mother church report
ed an increased membership of 3098
during the past year, making the total
memlfcrship 27,796, the admission of
this June being the largest in the history
of the church. The reMrt gave 500 re
gularly organized churches, a gain of 55
during the year.
Announcement was mado that Rev.
Irving C Toinlinson, of Concord, N. II.,
had been elected as the new president
of the mother church.
France Increase1 Djly on Cattle.
The Chamber of Deputies has passed
M. Dussy's hill increasing thedutieson
cattle and fresh meat. Tho new duties
on oxen are 30 francs in the general
tariff mid 20 in the minimum tariff,
sheep 40 tra cs and 25 francs and pigs
25 franco and 15 francs. A clause in
the, bill empowering the government to
suspend the duties without consulting
tho Chambers in the case of. a rise in
tho price of meats was rejected at tho
request of thpgovcrninent.
Notice to Ou r Readers.
Tho Pj.mndkalkk'm Sunday morning
edition will not appear next Sunday,
as we have to show our patriotism by
celebraing. Rut look out for our
regular Tuesday paper.
Hello dlrls Strike.
On Tuesday about 150 telephone oporn
tors om ployed at Spokane by the
Pacific States Telephone Company
struck at 1) o'clock. Too stringent rules
and n desire for better wages appear to
ho the causes. The girls ask for recog
nition of the union ; an advance of about
$2.50 per month in wag-8 of students;
minimum wages " of flO per mouth for
competent operators and f -j5 after threo
year experience; uu eight-hour day and
the privilege of dressing to suit them
Tho telephone company, while some
what crippled is carrying on business
with a decidedly, reduced force, affairs
being further complicated by the fact
that the linemen and repairmen are al
so out on a strike.
It is reiKirted that 50 girls are to be
taken from Seattle to take tliu places of
the strikers. The strike includes just
the localjoporators or tho girls who are
known as "central," long-distance oper
ators not being allihated in the move.
The principal grievance of the girls, it is
said, arises from the stringent rules the
company lias been unlorcing against
them of late, while the advance of salary
asked for is but a secondary matter.
Tho strike would never have occurred, it
is asserted, hut for the objectionable
rules the company has enforced.
As it is now the local union has aflili
ated itself with tho Western conference,
and the strike will consequently have to
be settled through San Francisco. The
Western conference is the body that re
cently called the linemen all over the
West, includingSpokane, out on a strike.
Mad Mullah Routed.
Lonih'.v, Julv 1. The War oflice to
day received a dispatch from Col. Hoeb
fort, a llritish ollicer serving with Abys
sinian forces in Sonialiland, which sajs
the AbysMtiians on May 3.'. struck Mad
.Mullah s lorces near Jey.t surprising
them at dawn and killing 10,000 spears-
Wedding at Oak Creek
At the res-idence of the brides parent-
at Oak Cretk, Oregon Tuesday, June 30
Samuel E. Smith and Dora Price, weie
united in marriage. The cerenionv wa
performed by Elder F. W. Leonard
After a season of congratulations of the
happy pair, the guests sat down to a
splendid dinner prepared in the highest
culinary art. The bride was tastefully
attired in white orcandy and carried an
elcgent bxiuet of orange blossoms. The
groom uvs appropriately iIwh-iI in the
Mr. Smith is the only son of .Mr. nnd
Mrs. "Dull" Smith, of Calupooiu, and
Wing an estimable voting Imimiii-ss man
has a host of friends all over the country
The bride is the youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Price pioneer resi
dents of Oak Creek, Oregon, and is an
accomplished and jtopular youni; lady
and also has a wide circle of friends who
extend congratulations and best wishes,
The following is a few of the man
presents received from fri nds and rela
Mr. and Mrs. John Attcrbury, set of
teaspoons; Mr and Mrs. A K Sniitli
set of table spoons ; Jas. Medley, butter
knife and sugar spoon; Maniiu Hall
set oi tea spoons; Miss Dollio Alter
bury, set of pie plates; Miu) Maggie
Kerman, set of fruit dishes; Fred Price,
set of fruit dishes; Mr. and Mrs W. F.
Price, set of custard cups; It. T. Itluke
ly, soup ladle; Asher Price, fruit dish;
Mr. and Mrs. Itobt. Hall, table cloth
and napkins; I. Wollenburg.sofa pillow;
Aug. Schlorman, table cbth; Mr. and
Mrs. L. Lily, sofa pillow; Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Matthews, souvenir pitcher; Mr.
and Mru. John Atterbury, souvenir
pitcher; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Price, set
of dishes; Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Illukely,
souvenir pitcher; Miss Myrtella Wil
liams, bureau scarf; Mrs. Aug. Schlor
man, sofa pillow. M.
Anotlica Big Strike on Tap.
Denver Mill and HinelterHinen Union,
No. !).', of the Western Federation of
Miners, subiiiittul a request to the
American Smelting & Helming Company
for an eight-hour day. The request was
refused Wednesday, and President Craig,
of the Citizens' Alliniue, of which the
smelter trust is a member, was sum
moned to tho oflice of the company in
the Boston building, hut would make no
statement on his return.
The smelters vill, be backed in the
controversy by tho alliance The men
aro backed by the Western Federation
of Miners. At the same time, it is said
the Western Federation of Miners is pre
paring to act in the case of Colorado
City mills, which are charged uith ig
noring the agreement mado in settle
ment of the strike there and at Cripple
Creek on March III.
Tho Southern Carnival company is
iloint; a splendid business nt Salem this
The Post says Jesso Carr has
ought off the last independent set
tler on Tulo lake in Klamath county,
Oregon, and is preparing to consum
mate the biggest land deal on this
coast by selling nearly 1500,000 acres
to a Scotch English syndicate.
President Loubet has declined to
receive a suggested deputation from
Iritish Catholics who desired to pre
sent him, while M. Loubet is in Lon-
on, with a petition regarding the
persecution of the Catholic religion
in France, tho expulsion of tho reli
gious orders and tho confiscation of
Tho Washoe smelter at Anaconda
was closed down today and 1000 men
were thrown out of work there
his, reacting upon nutte, necessi
tated the closing down of such of the
Amalgamated mines in Rutte as send
their ore to the Washoe. In all,
2000 men are thrown out in Rutte,
making 8000 in Rutte and Anaconda,
or a difference in the pay-roll of
$75,000 a week.
Recause the Presbyterians in the
Congo Free State claim they do not
enjy all tho religious liberty coming
to them under the privileges of the
Rerlin treaty, Representative Living
ston, of Georgia, and other repre
sentative Presbyterians, called at the
state department, Wednesday, and
eft a statement of the facts with the
request that the government take uj
the matter with Relgium.
mi . i .
i ne agreement between the r tiller
Construction Company and the Unite:
Roard of Ruilding Trades, of New York
City, has been signed and the compa
ny expects to resume building opera
tions today. The Ruildinir Trades
Kmployers Association declared the
Fuller agreement fatally defective
and insists that its own plan of arbi
tration must be accepted by the labor
unions before the general tie-up is
Willi jin A. Itrown. a coachman';
son, who married Maltel. Count
Kus.dl, at the Registry office
Portsmouth. England, last December,
when he posed as a Ravarian nob!
man with the title of Prince Athro-
bald Stuart de Modem, and who wa
arrested last April on the charge f
making a fake entry into the mar
riage a-gister, was tried at the Win
chester Assizes. He pleaded guilty
of misdemeanor and was sentenced to
two day's imprisonment As he had
ieen in custody since the time
of his arrest, he was immediately re
Judge Barrett, of Portland, has leen
Appointed by the President to be t". S.
Minister to Argentinn.
A dispatch from Austin, Texa., on
Tuesday, tays: State Controller K. M.
Love was assassinated in his olfice in the
State Capilol at 10 M this morning by
W. C5. Hill, a discharged employe of the
office. No cause for the deed is known.
W. G Hill, the assassin of I.ove, com
mitted suicide after the shooting.
With her feet roped together, her
hands doubly tied behind her back and
a .ng bound so tightly around her
mouth and neck that it finally strangled
her to death, Mrs. Antoine Kenhan was
roblx-d and left to die alone in her
house at 2121 Sixteenth street in Den-1
ver. Her body- was discovered Tuesdav
The Dominion government and Grand
Trunk Pacific have made definite ar
rangement for the building of a trans
continental railway. The government
will guarantee bonds and articles will be
inserted in agreement giving the gov
ernment power to purchase the road at
the end of 30 rears.
Farl Coursen. a mill operative, wns
tut in halves, Monday night, at Hast
ings mill, says a dispatch from Van
couver. He was employed on one of
the cross-cut circular saws. He reached
over to pull a slab out of the way, when
his feet slipped. He fell against the
big saw, which cnetrated his chest and
body, practically cutting him in two
His right arm was severed, several ar
teries in the neck-were cut and the saw
cut deeply into the shoulders, leaving
but a few inches of tlesh untouched.
Hit horror-struck companions stopped
the machinery as quickly as possible,
but life was extinct in a few moments.
He was a native of Lake Mills, la.
Will Not Allow Protest.
A special dispatch to the World from
Hamburg, Germany, rejiorts an inter
view with the Grand Duke Vladimir,
undo of the Czar, on the Jewish ques
tion in Kussia. Tho Grand Duke was
linked what reception would he given
the American petition in Hui-sia He
"There can Ihj noqiiestion of interven
tion by American in tin purely internal
affairs of Kussia. Nevertheless Kussia
and America have always been of a very
cordial, nature, csiH-'eially sinco LSI!),
w! n KtisMan licet visited New York.
I '. ish agitation is chielly insti
gated by inlliieiiti.il Jews outside of
Kussia, such as the members of the
society in New York presenting the
American petition, especially the iower
ful Jews in Berlin.
"I do not condono the civil adminis
tration. The Governor of Kishinef, nl
though tin old ollicer, decorate I for
bravery, npears to have lost his head.
Hut diioctly application was made to
the military authorities who cannot
intervene without being requeued 10 t
no tho crisis was ended in two or three
hours. Military nssistanco was sum
moned too late and tho Governor lm
since been removed."
Mrs. Thos. Dibnoy has returned from
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States of the Jewish petition to the
Russian government, and that no gov
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lireM'iinUioii of such a petition, nor has
the Government a right to object if the
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Wool suits for men can't be beaten,
in fact we defy competion in this
line. An almost endless variety to
$5.00 to $18.00
Shoes for men, women children and
infants, and all sold with our per
sonal guarantee to be the best for
the price or your money back.
The Gordon hat Li here, as well as a
full line of cheaper hats.
The Reliance Wrapper
Has corset lining, and is perfect fit
ting. So higher in price than
ordinary wrappers. We hare the
agency for Roseburg.