The Plaindealer. (Roseburg, Or.) 1870-190?, March 31, 1904, Image 1

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Vol. XXXVI
ROSEBURG, DOUGLAS COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY. MAIiCH 81, 1904.
No. 26
NO P PI A NT V F0R E CONFECTIONERY
1IV1 iAlW and ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fruits, Candies, Cakes, Pies,
Doughnuts and fresh Bread Daily
Portland Journal Agency. Hendrick's Block, Opp. Depot
1. J. NORflAN & Co. Prop.
FARMERS' CASH STORE,
E. A. WOOD & CO, Props
DEALER IN
Staple aue Fauc' Groceries. Highest Price paid
for country produce. Fresh bread daily Your
Patronage is respectfully solicited.
Private Free Delivery to All Parts of the City
TROXEL BLOCK
OPP PASSENGER DAPOT
Bring Us Your
.A,
CHIGKSHKS,
BUTTSR, :
FOR CHSH OR TRKDE,
J. F. Bark
"J
MAKE YOUR BREAD WITH
Pride of Douglas Flour,
$1.10 Per Sack, For Sale By Any Grocer iii Town.
Cheap enough for such rattling good Flour'
Yes and a sack of it makes three to five loaves
more of bread than any other flour you can
buy. Why, because it is made from the very
best selected wheat.
DOUGLAS COUNTY FLOUR MILLS.
Roseburg Oregon.
Hints to Housewives.
Half the battle in good cooking is to have good
FRESH GROCERIES
Andto get them promptly when you order them. Call up
Phone No. 181 for good goods and good service.
6. W. PARKS & GO.
HAVE YOU VISITED
trr rm -a I
j Winslows
liNew Store
4
A Fine Line of
Watches, ClocRs,
Jewelry,
Silverware, etc.
Prompt & Neat Repairing
T
France Suppresses Religious Schools.
Last Monday night tho French
Chamber of Deputies by tho decisive
majority of 31G to 269 passed tho
government bill for the suppression
of all forms of teaching by tho reli
gious order. This supplements and
completes the work begun by the ex
Premier, M. Waldeck-Rousseau, in
1901.
'The first law suppressed the un
authorized teaching orders, which had
for a long time carried on their voca
tion despite tho lack of legal sanc
tion, but the new law does not mako
any distinction between authorized
and unauthorized congregations, but
sweeps away the whole fabric of
teaching by religious orders, thus in
effect substituting the system of state
schools for those heretofore conduct
ed by the orders.
The Parliamentary battlo over the
bill was one of the severest which the
Chamber of Deputies has seen in
recent years.
The bill forbids all teaching by the
religious orders in tho territory of
France proper, and provides for tho
suppression within ten years of all
orders actively holding an authoriza
tion to teach.
An amendment, which was carried .
despite the wishes of Premier Combes,
renders the measure inapplicable to
the colonies, but as the- Premier was
careful to point out in the final de-!
bate, this does not affect the power
conferred on the government by the
law of 1901 of closing such schools
in the colonies by decree.
The existing congregations are pro
hibited from recruiting new members,
and their novitiates are accordingly
suppressed at once, with the excep
tion of a few which are destined sole
ly for the purpose of trainings
teachers for services in the colonies.
Severe penalties attach to any at
tempt to evade these provisions.
Acts Justly.
The Northern Pacific railroad ha3
granted clear title to nearly 1000
settlers upon the overlapping grants
of the Northern Pacific in the Clarke,
Cowlitz and Skamania counties, in the
state of Washington, whose title to
the lands they are occupyingjhas been
in litigation for a dozen years or
more, at last to be established in the
fall and undisputed ownership of
their homes.
Happily for the settlers, the rail
road company has decided upon a
policy of broad liberality and has de
cided that no bona-fide settler who
acquired his holdings prior tp the
passage of the Wilson act and still
occupies them shall be disturbed in
his possession, but shall be at liberty
to obtain full title from the govern
ment. It will be necessary for him
to follow the procedure required in
every case where government land is
taken up, but beyond this there will
be no obstacle to perfecting title.
Here speculators who have acquired
color of title without actual occupan
cy of the land, and settlers who
have entered since the Wilson act
was passed, will receive less consider
ation, through even with themHhe
railroad proposes to deal generously.
hey will have opportunity to buy
from the railroad at prices based up
on a valuation of the land as unim
proved and without reference to any
improvements that may have been
placed upon it.
Santa Fc to Tap Portland.
A LARGE LOT OF
SPRAY MATERIAL
At Marsters' Drug Store
i
A CAR LOAD OF
SULPHU
Of Superior Quality
R
List
Your Ranches aad Timber
Lands with me. : : :
R. R. JOHNSON,
I HAVE EASTERN CUSTOMERS
AND CAN SELL
OFFICE IN MARK BLOCK,
ROSEBURG, OR.
The Santa Fe System which now
has an unbroken line of railroad from
Chicago to San Francisco aims to ex
tend the line from Eureka up tho
California and Oregon Coast to Portl
and. Plans are being prepared and
preliminary work done in California
with this end in view.
Sarafoff Declares War Off.
AFRAID OF CONSEQUENCES
HOIST IT AGAIN
THEY
Nice Presidential Timber.
THE RUSSIANS WILL NO LONGER CONSIDER THE
KOREAN PORTS AS NEUTRAL-WANT TO
FORM ANGLO-RUSSIAN ALLIANCE
On Monday Boris Sarafoff, the
Macedonian leader, stated that the
Macedonian insurgents had decided
not te raise a rebellion in tho spring.
The delay is for the purpose of giv
ing the powers an opportunity to
carry out tho proposed reforms.
Sarahoff says this decision wa3
reached on tho advice of menus m
the capitals of countries interested in
the Balkans, all of whom have given
assurances that the powers are anx
ious to prevent further bloodshed and
are earnestly endeavoring to seo that
the reforms promised are fulfilled to
the letter.
Niu Chwang, March 30 Under a strong repre
sentation made by United States Consul Henr' B.
Miller that the civil administrator had invaded neu
tral rights when he ordered the lowering of the Amer
ican flag from buildings belonging to American citi
zens, even though it was done through the appreheu
sion that the flag was illegally used by Chinese for the
purpose of resisting police inspection, the civil admin
istrator has promised, duly and in proper form through
the military, to raise the flag over the building from
which it was removed. The British flag, which was
ordered taken down, will also be allowed to remain.
, The removal of the flag, which was flying over
the quarters of tho American correspondents, caused
much iudiguation among them, and they threatened
to complaiu to the United States Minister at Pekin.
St. Petersburg March 30. The Russian gov
ernment issued a declaration today that after the re
cent Japanese proceedings, the Korean ports can no
longer be regarded by Russia as neutral.
The declaration was precipitated by the fact of
the Japanese advance guard occupying Haiju, the sea
p rt SQUlh-west..of.Anjii nn tho 9.7 ih.
M. Sau vori tie, writing for Novoe Vremya today,
proposes an Anglo-Russian alliance, contending that
Eugland is less dangerous to Russia thau America,
which is an insolent parvenue stretchiug his legs un
der the table of Asiatic politics. It is time Europe
realized that America is her eneni'.
London, March 30. A dispatch from Niu
Chwang today states that excitement of serious order
prevails there owing to two causes, the first being the
aspect of Russia toward the United States as displayed
iu the recent act of hauling down the stars and stripes.
A vigorous protest was renewed yesterday against
the unusual action to American Consul Miller . which
resulted in the Russians making a tentative restora
tion of the flag on all buildings from which they were
removed. This, for the time being, has the effect of
restoring a certain degree of confidence, but the feel
ing against the Czar's forces and officers is bitteily
keen. ,
The second cause of excitement is from a report
that the Japanese are determined to land forces there
and lhat already five transports are enroute for that
place. That the report is authentic is taken from the
activity of the P ussians iu prepariug and strengthen
ing fortifications.
Tin- San Francisco Star published in
Hearst native city baa this toTay of the-
yellow journalist aa a president candi
date. ;
As a congressman, be has been a total
and laughable failure. Thus far, be ban
not cast a single vote in tbe House, nor
made a speech, nor made a point of or
der, nor moved to sojourn.
lie never has made a 10 minute politi
cal speech in all bis life. He never has
written 10 lines on a political question
in a'l bis life. He declines all invita
tions to speak, and sends out letters in
reply, written by his clever hired men,
but signed "William Randolph Hearst."
He ia talked for himself in his papers,
but cannot talk for himself anywhere
Hearst dosn't fcxit, except on paper.
He ia a creation of '-o j.r.id v. riunp
He ie talked of 1 1 : t nt.. see.
Bring him iuto t'..- n, -. 1 1 ' - him
to scrape with tbe world, and hi would
go down and out in r-alf a round.
Ilia chief distinction tince boyhood j
bai been open and brazen public ase cia- j
twin wiui oerauMi women, wnoae in
fluence ujKm him ha boen superior to
that even of bis ambition. And in the
White Iloufe he would present such a
spectacle of indecency aa would .cause j
the nations of the earth to jeer.
When California i to hare a President
let him be a mau one whose whole
biography mar be publishad without
too crossly violating the lawa concern
ing the dissemination of obscene literature.
R- W- FENN,
CIVIL- ENGINEER)
Lately with tlu go.ru.n mLW,?;,idHn j lo.eal.Weyfof IWi.
bonth America.)
li. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor
nOSEBUG, OREGOfl.
Office over Postoffice.
Correspondence solicited
go to THE ROSELEAF for
CIGARS, TOBACCO
KND S7tfTOK:EF?SV ii roDT ice
Jackson Street, - - Roseburg, Oregon
A Few Lines Prom "Uncle Sam."
EcossiTOr., March 50, 04.
In order that I may accomplish "the
greatest good to the pjeateit number"
of Indian War Veterans, their widows,
or in case of the death of these, their
b irs, I will ask any and every person
who can do so to pre me Uie name not
only of the tivinc veterans, or widows,
bat :.ll who may hare died since the
doso id the Rogue River War in 1S58
To those who may consider this a
strange request, I will explainer eayiDp,
that I hare no doubt that tho Ibt'o'f C35
names of veterans who have money dee
them, and of which I wrote yon some
time since, contains the names of many
vetrans who have passed away and the
money is with tho Auditor of the Treas
ury awaiting an owner. I could recite
number of rases of this kind where I
have hooted up the owners who dsd not
know of the surprise in store for them.
When possible to do so give the name of
the captain of tbe company, if this can
not be done tend the veterans proper
name. I wilt then search the records
II.. i ..ill Ml PtTXTT-
i C f S H
ROSEBURG JUNK AND HIDE
Pays the highest Cash Price for Hide3,
Pelts, Furs, Wool, Tallow, Rubber,
Metals and Scrap Iron of all kinds
We also sell Second hand Furniture
g ol ail kinds t Prices to suit the Times.
I Comer of Oak and Rose Sis.
I
CO.
Opp. Empire Stable.
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fSLATRfcU'i'iJ la Mineral Rabbor.l
YOTJ MAYtlXTEND ROLDING
or Una It necessary to A. WOKW)ct KOOF
EXATERIT23 HOOFING
7" i11,5 Pke of rtitnyk. Ha, Iron, Ur ad nTel 1 U trepo-a roolan. Tnrf.mt
ioMoamerit. Ouariatted. li wlis par to Jk Jot price vul lnlomMfoaT XOTOCoie 13 cott
TriE ELATERITE ROOFING CO.,
Worcester Buililinz. JPOKXTA2"JD
New Arrivals
Every day brings something now in Spring Goods.
VIOLE the latest thine in dress rood; for snirc
indole stamps for reply. To any who
haven't obtained their punsktn or pay
due them from tbe State, I will eay that
I am still "wording for nothing and j
boarding myself" in my efforts to do ;
eood. I have made this letter brief and j
mnuty asc an putMisners who see it to
kindly, copy for the reasons given above
Yours truly,
"Usctfi Sam" Hanbsaxer,
Veteran, 1S55-6.
Valgus:
Also the "Cotton Crepe" we are the only ones in
the city who have imported this goods direct from
Japan. It comes in all colors and will sell for 20cts
per yard.
WOLLENBERG BROS., Phone 801.
Resolution of Condolence.
Mohair Wanted.
Hall of Martha Lodge No. S6 D. of IL,
Canyonville, Ore., March 23, 1904.
Whkrkas, in the despeneation of Di
vine Providcnco our dear Sister Ball baa
been called by death from this terrcatial
to that celestial lodgo on high.
Wherkas, the cordial relations long
held by our deceased sister with the
members of this lodge render it proper
that wo should place on record our ap
preciation of her evidence aa a member
of tho Degree of Honor. Thercf-ro bo it
Jtetolccd, by Martha Loduo No. 37,
that in tho death of A. li. Hall, our fra
ternity looses a friend and Bister who
was always active and zealous in her
work as an officer and member of tho
Degreo of Honor, prompt to advance tho
interest of tho order, devoted to its wel-
furnnnd nrosnoritv and ono who was
wise in council and fearless in action nn
honest, upriiiht sister.
Resolved, that wo tender our heartfelt
sympathy to tho bereaved family in this
their hour of deep distress.
TletnlrrA. that the lodno room bo
draped in mourning for thirty days and
that a conv of theso resolutions bo Bont
to tho family of our sister A. B. Ball,
also a copy bo Bent to tho A. O. U. W
Tlnnnrter. nlHO tho COUntV papers for
Wiieueas, tho intimato relation held
during her association with tho mem
bers of Oregon Chapter ho 57 O. E. S.
makes it fitting that we should record
our appreciations of her. Therefore bo
If you havo Mohair to eell seo L. A.
Maraters, headquarters at G. W. Rapps
grocery. Will bo in Rosoburg every
Saturday.
For Sale.
Four mules, 2 wagons, harness, buggy,
etc , at Kelly & Banks livory
Sco J A. Buchanan.
publication.
Mrs. Dora Bartlb,
Miss Jk.vkib Anzsnn,
Miss Susie HorxiNs,
ComniiUeo.
WnsREAS, tho Supreme Ruler of tho
Universe in his inflrnto wisdom has re
moved from our midst our worthy sister
stablo1 and esteemed friend Mrs. Amanda Ball,
and
it
RuoUed, that this Chapter feels most
deeply the loss of ono who has been b
faithful member of our order and a re
spected citizen of tho community.
Resolved, that woexUnd to tho sorrow
ing family and friends of our lamented
sister, our sincere sympathy in their
great bereavement.
llesohed, that theso resolutions bo
spread upon tho minutes of tho Chapter
and that a copy of them be sont to tho
Roselmrg Plaindkai.kr for tho publica
tion, also that a copy be sent to each of
tho children of tho deceased.
Mits. Lii.a Wasox,
Mrs. Alice Levcss,
Mr. B. t. Cors-rlius,
Committee.
Mr. Homer Davenport, whose fame
is world wide is announced for a lecture
in this c'ty April C. In comparatively
few years he has come to be recognized
as the most orixmal and forceful car
toonist in American journalism, and so
great i the popularity of his work that
his original drawings are eagerly sought
for by all sorts and conditions of people.
At the height of adverse criticism on the
candidacy of Admiral Dewey for Presi
dent, DAvenport drew a picture of the
gallant old admiral standing on the
bridge of tho Olympia, and with the
smoke of tho battlw of Manila Bay flying
thick nl'otit him. Beneath it wore the
words ' Lest We Forget." Tho effect of
the cartoon was instantaneous. It
brought Dewey letters from hundreds of
admirers all over tho country, and so
great was the attention it attracted that
its author was requested to send it to
Washington to bo placed on exhibition.
The request was complied with and the
picture drew such a crowd that the
jiolice finally ordered it taken from the
window in which it was displayed.
John R McLean brother-in-law of Ad
miral Dewey afterward offered for it a
price that surprisea uavenport into
ogreemg to part witn it aitnougn it
had been his intention to keep It. in his
collection. Other cartoonshave brought
him no less renown, and even the pub
lic men whom he has most often impal
ed on tho point of his keen pen have
sought for his pictures to keep as me
mentos ot the campaigns they have gone
throueh. Pricu ia 60 eta all over the
house salo of scats will commence April
1st.
A. SALZMAN,
Pratical WatchmaKar, Jeweler, Optician.
Watches, ClocKs, Jewelry
Diamonds and Silverware
Watch Repairing
a Specialty.
Notice.
Now's tho time, select what you wish,
and wo will ship when ready. Rico &
Rico, tho House Furnishers, will bo at
tho following places tho following dates
Myrtle Creek, April 3, 4, 5; Riddlo, 0,
7; Canyonville-8, 9, 10 ; Glendalo, 11,
12, 13. Swell lino of Carpets, Wall Pa
ners. Shados. Couches, Stoves and
Rangos.
Sco our samples and got our prices.
25-tt Pr M. F. Rice,
Mohair Wanted.
It will pay you to sco us before you
sell your mohair,
all Kruso Sc Norland.
How's This?
Wo offer Ono Hundered Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J Chenet & Co., Toledo, O.
We. the undersigned, hare .known F.
Cheney for tho last 15 years, and bo
Hove him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations madu
by his firm.
Waldinq, Rinnan & Marvin,
Wholesalo Druggists, ToledoO.
Units Catarrh Cure is taken internal
lv, actinc directly upon tho blood and
mucous surfaces of tho system. Testi
monials sont free. Prico 75 cents pet
bottlo. Sold by all druggists.
Tako Hall's Family Pills for constipa'
tion.
A Canyonlllvo Item.
For thirty days, commencing Marcl
10, 1 will sell AT COST, for cash, furni
turo, hardware, tinware Hiid granite
ware. Como early to secure good bar
crams, for this offur will hold cood c.h
n
for tho length of time- afore-iat d.
20-aprl JvUnK Ivu.
F. TP. BENSON.
I rHect,
A.C.VARSTSE3.
VlcePrwldeni.
Douglas County Bank,
KatabliaUecl I883.
Incorporated 1901
Capita! Stock, $50,000.00.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
F. TV. BENSON, It. A. BOOTU 3. H. TOOTH, J. T. BRIDGES
JOS. i. ON?, A. C. MAKSTEBS X. L. linXEE.
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general oensing onsmess . transacted, ana customers given everv
accommodation consistent with safe and conservative banking.
Bank open from nine to twelve and from ono to three.
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Get one of our 1904 Diarys
and Keep Tab on Yourself
BOYCE & BENGTSON
The Up-to-Date Trilors
I WE BUY ANYTHING
And sell everything at a low figure. A big store full of just
what yon need. All kinds of furniture. Buy, sell or exchange Har
ess, Saddles, P r an d Oak "Wood, Buggies, Wagons, most anything
you want at the Second Hand Store., 414 Jackson Sfc Roseburg.
Second
l 414 JacKson Street
Hand Store
Roseburg, Oregon
NOTICE I
.Call at the office of the Roseburg Water and Light Co,
ami pay your water and light bills, on or before the ioth
i
of each month and take advatageof the discount.