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PoMtMtM Trr amin (eirent Swrolaft "4
. j,awj mxlf mnrnln. at Ttia Jngrnl Ball
Inc. Fifth and Yamhill ilmu. Portlane.
Eatarwt at th piatnfUr t Port taw J. Of., ft
traiwmlMfcHi tbnwfh I ! malls aa eaaoed-elaee
fTRLRPBONB MAIN TITS.
All flafiartmenra raachad ht thla nomhar.
j ttaa oiara(or rtia daparfmrnt yo want.
. FOBKIQN AUVKKTIHINO RBl'RESENTATI VS
iVnvlaM-ltmJamln'Kparlal Alrrtlln Afcf.
rnawlc pqllrttna. 225 fifth avraaa. 'New
f fork) Trlhana Itollrttnir. Chkaro.
: rfnbacrtptloo Tertna hjr nail Jo anj addrau
. m ilia United Stale. Canada or Uailoa
brain with ita better reasoning pow
ers Is apter help at the works, and
wltb superior, thinking less given to
fatnous agitation outside of them.
It is with such help that American
manufacturers are willing- to pit
themselves against the cheaper labor
of the world with entire confidence
as to the outcome. Meantime, they
urge that the scientific schools be
fostered and encouraged to the utter-
most If the foreign tide of industrial
invasion would be surely stayed.
MAYOR LANE'S DEFENSE OF "
r CIVIL SERVICE
....... .S-inn i Ona Month...
. .V.. IJ..10 I Ona month. ....
DAitr and Sunday.
On aar... ....... 7 .60 Ona month
,' A man behind the times is.
apt to speak 111 "of them, on
the '. 'principle , that; ' nothing
looks ' well vfrom behind.- -
"Oliver Wendell Holmes.
DONT FAIL! TO VOTE,
HE city auditor's gross careless
ness, unless the failure to act
was designed, with some ulter
ior motive, In' not publishing
the notice of flection aen days be
forehand, as plainly required by law
leaves the city In a pretty pickle. The
election as to the bond Issues, If the
majority (should bain favor C thsm
or any of them, will be Invalid, in
the opinion of lawyers. Some of
those bond ; Issues relate to mat
ters of much Importance. The city
cannot well wait two years to vote
The consequence Is that
. Colonel AVooiJ s Reasons HS
or;- Supporting Lane
CPPORTERS of Mayor Lane
should make It a point-to get on them
to : the , polls Monday, without a special election' inuat be held, at a
, rail, and as early as possible, considerable expense to the city, and
Tne machine, with a host, of hired much r inconvenience to voters,
rwhips,- will hustle out. Its "voters Neither, at a special election, can as
. to the last man, and while they will full and fair an expression of opinion
hurry to the .polls they may not be had as could be had at the time
, hurry about, voting, and getting of 1 a general election, when most
away. The mayor. not having an voters go' to the polls. The Journal
unlimited fund at his disposal, must suggests that the bond propositions
: depend, mostly upon the voluntary be voted on, however, Just the same
; action of his friends and supporters, as if the vote would be legal, so as
. J.ot a single , man throughout the to disclose the public sentiment re-
i city who desires Mayor Lane's re- gardlng them, ' v ;y ' -t a 1
: election, and yrho has an interest in t All the expialnlng andcivilllng
: good government ought to fall on that can he j enunciated will not
I any account to go to the polls and change the manifest fact that the
vote. And go early. Or if you are. person chiefly delinquent In, 'this
; obliged to go later don't be crowded serious blunder is the auditor. ' The
out. ;V yivf-v'V .'-'' charter says: "The auditor shall
The, fight for Mayor Lane is won give ten days' notice," etc. It Is true
; now, providing all those who are for that the auditor shall give this no-
. nim w sureiy vote. ;.; vo tnis wiin- tlce "under the direction of the
out fall. Don't allow any small ex-1 council," but U is especially the audl-
i cuse to keep yob away. The issue tor's business tc remind the council
Ms important. It is worth attending of its dutrto rrre the direction. The
' to by every good cltlien. council's action is formal, nerfunc
tory; the auditor Is the one who
A PETTY TRICK, "shall give notice." ;
' I Mrl Devlin has been auditor for
T IS difficult to believe that Mr. bU years, and has been in the audj-
yevnn is sincere in ms expiana- tor's office for 16 years. If anvbodv in
tlon of placing Mr. i Andrews the whole city should have not onlv
j , name fourth instead of first in known but kept in mind that tlxls
the list of candidates for councilman notice was necessary at 'a certain
; at large. Air. Devlin's excuse Is that time, that man was the auditor, His
'f"" rl e'iuB yv neglect,- for a man itf such a position,
wnamaiesoi one panyiogeiner. ana iB inexplicable. 5 It cannot be char
SQ ne piacea tne uepuwican candl- Ucterlzed in any milder term than
dates first. But this is nofrthe law, gr0B8 carelessness. ? If an auditor Is
ana it is impossible to believe that bo inexcusably careless In so Im.
Mr. Devlin thought so. The law pro- portant a matter, what might he not
viaes marine names or tne candl- forget or neelect if the heaviar and
dates must be arranged in alpha; more onerous duties of mayor were
peucai oraer, except tnose ror presl- thrust upon hlmT
wenuai emrs ana memDersor.ine -The Journal regrets this occur-
legisiature. mere is no chance for rence even though it should Injure
an intelligent man to misunder- Mr. Devlin's chances Monday. It is
stand the law. In disobeying it Mr, an unfortunate thing for the city.
Devlin resorted to a measley little But we will-have to make the best
. inci mat is aa me more contemptl- of a bad situation and prepare as
j oie oecause Mr. Andrews belongs to soon aa this election Is over to hold
f " u vuijr auyut u i another one
Ma four in th city, and is the only
I candidate of that' party for this
AVDR T AMP hia iivfd frnra wrarlr h iuM ui.Inna
v.... ..v y,u,.w. . -.m A. .
vi me tujr inaiicr. iiicsc luvisiuna were lnecricQ in me cnaricricltle la of tremandou Importance
to rid municipal government of the 'evils of the spoils system. Cities hsvs privllases to tiv juat as
vi nation srlvea tariffs and land (rants and
'employment. But civil service never did please the spoilsmen.' ' ' the', state gives, grants... powers and
It was not strange, therefore, that the council of this city should make tJht!.a lu gnIttB'
an assault on the system., .And, equally, it was not strange that Mayor (the franchise for the uae of a city's
Lane should resist the assault. streets l more valuable than a sxanl of
., . . , . , . . iL w aesert lana. . The city peculiarly preaeea
The question arose over the appointment of a janitor for the city Upon the freedom of the Individual and
jail. The mayor recommended an appropriation for the purpose of having 11 on'y the cities that the dlegraee
. initnr Ti,- .,n;t i, .u.:.u... .s. fu! .weatl" P"ess (revival of medle-
" ' vv lu nu m'v...ovwvB .""'"'"ivji torture), obtains. To my mind It
the janitor, and not from the civil service list of men who ha4 made Is not true that a city In a mere bual
tln'tTmlva alio-ihl hv r.aainr th frtiniinolnn Thi. I!. nt .nW.v.ii Mil corporation, to ne handled like a
" " ' r" ,. , ; V ' " , flouring mill, a lumber mill or a rail
was ignored, and a purely political appointment .made. The mayor vetoed road. It Is a sovereignty1 and with tro
th e ordinance which carried the appointment, on the ground that it was enloua power over the moat valuable
a violation of the civil service law. As a matter of course, the council ble of all poaaeaaiona, personal liberty:
passed the ordinance over his veto. It was an Illegal act, and so bold as, liberty of apeech and thought as well
had the cause been good, to resemble courage. ZSZSJZl! K
.lThen-tl)L.warrant,for. the. salary, otlthe, appointee v.ws prcscntcd..forlvnc, wh han be permitted toj speak
the mayor's signature. The city attorney advised him that it was his Tmtt.t
legal duty to sign the warrant. But the mayor had a notion of his own solute monarchy, for when any power,
about his legal duty. He concluded that it was his legal duty not to n matter what, undertakes to aay what
,i aa .: u -J- t0Plc" "ay be d souaaed. free speech is
ju v va vi nut oiaii ii.
I am not one who believes In person
allties. I think every campaign oan be
rounded on questions of principle, and if
It can be, It oufht to be. I believe
Mr. Devlin to be an honest, honorable
and oourteoua gentleman, but I believe
that he belongs to that political party
There was an . interesting situation. If the mayor was wrong, the
whole civil service system was swept away. The spoils system was re
stored. The machine had recovered its ancient privileges.
; But the mayor was not wrong. He withstood a suit to cOmpel him to
sign this , warrant, which at the same time was the death warrant of the
most important provision of the charter. That was upwards of a year wh,oh naturally allied with and fos
ago, but the supreme court of the state, last Tuesday, having examined p.aonSrirledom!''!? "ter&Uy"'
tne grounds ot the mayor s contention, decided that the mayor was right that Mayor Lane has done aome things,
anH that th rn.,n.il w.. ,mn aa :. a at the instigation of his friends and-hU
j ' iu.UIi u-igucu. own lmpulaea. which look like an attack
Here was a deliberate conspiracy, by brutal force of numbers, to upon personal freedom, but I do not
take out of the charter, for the benefit of the machine, what the people ILkv nyth,n! wn,ch,ha ha" don
put there for the benefit of the public servjee. paaaed by Republican majorities Now
The janitorship is not the important question. The really important th 5uetln l. "hall laws be put upon
thing is to be decided next Monday, That Is, whether civil service is io LTL.tT S "STE
De delivered over to its enemies. . For, the court only decided that this respected or over-ridden? Are they
attempt was illegal. The people are to decide whether it is to be renewed fJlXttStt
wucn mere snau .oe no one to question lis legality. to the letter, and the worse the law, the
The council and Mr. Devlin are in unison in all things that pertain to mMV w.ou! rT.i' untl1 tha plJ),a
,UA. 1l,. U .1 u ..!. . . riy u.c.aru wnomor or not mey
Ka.v... Wvi.iUU. Uavc iwas utcn in unison i ney agree mat were In earnest In wanting It, I do not
this, is a partisan campaign, and that their administrtion will be a partisan b,I,ev n a law which la the mere toll
'administration They are frank in avowing this principle. They take Sift.?
pnaeiin it. mey solicit votes on the strength of the character of their wretched tributaries pay, or fall to pay,
' a ' . ha. - I II 1 .1 Jl
partisan intentions. I hey make no pretense, in public or private, of any rTV5.- t .,
purpose to administer the city government otherwise than in a partisan Democrat, and if he la he cannot poe-
slbly believe In prohibition,' though It
la quite poaslble he may believe In Just
regulation, and if he be really a Demo
crat, as i neneve ne is, ne must sin
cerely believe that he cannot . depart
very far from a practical adherence to
that truth that the government which
interferes least with the Individual la
the best government, be It city, state or
national. No one can question his hon
esty; no one does Question It He Is a
tried and proven article In thla respect
urart cannot get by him and he la ab
solutely fearleaa. . No one queatlons Mr.
Devlin's honesty, at least I certainly do
not, but Z see no reason for making a
change for the mere love , of change,
and we do know that Mr. Devlin la a
member of a party and organisation un
der whloh all monopolies and special
pnviiegea have grown and flourished.
a i a ' - - - I
II, S 'I .-.!; 'It.
Y i muu v-inangc ;
Bourne got in again jreaterday.
Number of trusts busted to date 0.
:,, a ' ; ',
Now comes the favorite brids month.
e. e',. . , ,
"Aftes life's fitful favar. thT alaeA
welL", - - ...'v i
Mr. D. Bolls Cohen alan ran fnr mimr
once. - .. . .. ,. ,
The principal flowers baok east so fsi
are snowballs. . ,,,
Flowers are evidence that OnA Invaa
this little earth.
Ban. Franc. joo aeema to need a. din.
tator of the right sort .;-' .
v "vi iiuiusi is xiapiiai, -out ne
doeen't like water In stocks.
'; -.. V- : e ' i- ... .
whether Of the city or of the nation: I I 'The donated itim ilvm Si
and for thla reason it Is that I personal- nice -It can roast the umpire, ;:, .
ly attach a great deal of Importance to . )
party organisation, even In city politics. - Being a police officer in Rnaata 1.
Polities is a battle and a battle cannot nairly as Vm -
b won without on army and an'army Is St ZiwJl FXZX 1 L an-
wor thleaa without organisation, and the . . v . . . ; t ; W ,
organisation should be for the Dumoae " . ...
of vindicating princlplea and nol for f ,0t 1 k.M th'a,,,f
capturing spoils. Therefore It la that' J ,!, I habit overlndul
I have always opposed the sacrifice of f nc m PerhP. t Is supposed,.
principle for mere temporary success e . -
and the sacrifice of all else to the suo- Haan't Idaho an idiot asylum that
cesa cf a single Individual. If Mayor I could furnish aome Jurors that, would
iane is a ciean man and an honest man j u" lne lawyers in toe Haywood case?
and a Democrat believing in tt)e people i
ana rignting ror the people (and I be
lieve he is all thla and I think his record
showe It), then how much better It
would be If he were supported by
council of his own party, committed to
tne aame princlplea. Then the princl-
The prealdent might Improve a few
spare moments by writing a book ion
"What I Don't Know About Wild Ani
mals." - .
" v- ' '., .
If It la all Mr. Devlin's money, the
pies they represented could be trulvlneoDle will ne rfmihtfnt .h.
put upon trial and held responsible for a man who apenda so much merely to
. i an oince.
Dr. Lane stands upon his record and I e a
ii la a ciean record and a good record.! The Bt, Louis excise commissioner
ii ue is not reelected It almnlr meana tnreatens to out ZOO aalnnna Atit nt ko.i.
that the majority of the people of this j neas that are nearer publlo parks than
uu nut iik mat Kind or a raeora ui law anowa. Why rnt mnv tk
una canaiaaies nereaiter will take no- parksT They can't vote.
nee ins i integrity, fearlessness and hon
A man Just out here from Ohio haa
been telling the people of Portland how
they must vote and complaining about
the morals of the city. He Is supposed
to be one of Foraker's lost sheep.
. . ea
The Merrill Herald says Fulton has
esty in administration of ths laws of
the. city aro not wanted. But If his rec
orj bo approved and If Democratic prin
ciples, that is to say, the principles
which protect the people and give spe
cial privilege to none, are believed the
true principles, then not only ought Dr.
Lane to be elected, but ha ahnnM k
given a Democratio legislative chamber made a good senator and if he will con
ana jjemocratlc officiala in every nmi sent to serve another term will be elect
of the cltv government in order that,La- 11 believed that the senator can
Democratic principles may have a fair Induced to serve. If sufficiently
' c. re. h wnnn i uriaa.
The body of the Deraylan person wii
eshumed and on inspection was found to
be that of a woman and not a man.
Nobody seems to have thourht of set.
tltng the vexed question In this wsy be-
The Devlin managers must be rather
"hard up" when they get an attorney
Joel Chandler Har-
7 iNew viaeazine
office, while three candidates are to
) be voted for. It would only be a
5 proper response to such a trick for
EUGENE'S PROPER CANAL.
every lover of fair play and obedl-
ence to the law on the part of public
HE PEOPLE of Eugene have
abandoned as too costly the
project for a canal from that
city to Corvallls; but they need
service era. They remember their corrupt elections; their crippled public
service; the clamor of a hungry hprde of office seekers. They, remember
when the' police constituted a band of political strikers at the polls, and
when the campaign and the election, instead of being a rational procedure
ior inc cnoice oi pupnc oniciais,j lormea a; scene of disorder, confusion
The spoils system is out of business. Keep it out.
The supreme court decided that Mayor Lane did his legal duty in
resisting this attack upon the civil service. Let the people decide that he
did his moral and official duty. , 1
means. And- as to both parks and
boulevards, every Intelligent citizen
knows that they will be of vast ad
vantage to the city In the future
that Portland can never become
fine city without them. Because the
Oregonian hates some citizens,
would not scruple to do the whole
city a great and .Irreparable wrong.
j servants to vote for 'Mr. Andrews, j not despair of ultimate water com
. They couldn't do better, anyway. '
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION vPQR
munlcatlon with Portland. The
splendid Willamette river Is at the
gates of that city. It is a resource
for -water transportation that time
will vindicate. Boats once used that
F HIGH authority is right, Indus- river regularly, not only to Eugene,
trial America Is dependent on but to Springfield, several miles
Industrial education. Education above. Nature never designed so
.of that sort is essential to meet magnificent a stream to lie unused
. the competition of other nations, was while a city on its banks 'suffers for
tha declaration at a meeting of the transportation facilities. Down that
American Manufacturers' association stream the freight should float, and
In New York last week. The asso- until It does the wheels of eternal
elation comprises a membership of fitness will revolve backward end the
' 12,000, who employ 4,000,000 work- plans of nature lie subverted. .
,,men. So earnest was the sentiment Whenever, as It must, the federal
tor Industrial training that members government accepts Oregon's offer to
: of the association were urged wher- free traffic on the Willamette by re
. .. ever, .possible to become units on the moval-of the barrier at Oregon City,
boards of schools and colleges so as j there will be hope for generous ap
: to become factors In furtheriiWin- proprlatlons for upper Willamette
dustrlal Instruction. ' 2l Improvement. Oregon's notable ex-
The movement by captains of in- ample of self-help will be an appeal
dusiry for college trained operatives that congress ca$ scarcely resist, and
has become marked. An agent of that body cannot refuse thousands
' the works was recently at the Ore
gon Agricultural college at Corvallls
. offering graduates of the institution
positions in the General Electric at
Schenectady, the ; largest establish-
; Bient of Its kind in the world. The
engineering- output - of similar insti
tutions and other technical schools In
the east lias become the recruiting
grounds of help for the great Indus
trial establishments,' Whole classes
In a particular course at Cornell and
kindred schools are sometimes taken
en masse at graduation and given po
sitions In a single great enterprise.
Employers have 41scovereJ that In
the college' trained - workman they
have the most competent help In the
world. With such, while the hand Is
being trained, there Ja simultaneous
development of brain, and the result
for the upper Willamette to the hun
dreds that have been the rule. If
Eugene sets her face toward the Wil
lamette and constantly hammers
away, water transportation will come
and comparatively soon.
In a dodger for circulation among
the Italian voters Mr. Devlin appeals
to them to vote number 13, and
signs himself "voatro amlco." This
is too mild for the fervid nature of
Chairman Cake, .who to a subjoined
appeal to the Italians to vote the
whole Republican ticket subscribes
himself, "vostro devotlsslmo amlco,'
"your most devoted friend." HOw
Mr. Cake and the candidates do love
the Italians just now, to be sure.
What a fortunate thing it was that
these -imported citizens came to a
city where they found such an
"amlco" as Mr. Devlin, and such a
"devotlsslmo amlco" as Mr. Cake.
The attorneys and reporters at
Boise can spend a large portion of
the time this summer fishing, while
the sheriff Is hunting up new venire
men for the lawyers to reject as fast
as they appear. It Is the most dole
ful farce now on the American
stage, outclassing the Schmitz farce
In San Francisco." But "the judge,
lawyers, reporters and witnesses
may have good times fishing.
With characteristic spleen the Ore
gonian spitefully opposes the charter
extent of $1,000,000 for parks and
boulevards, simply, as It practically
acknowledges, because It cherishes a
vindictive hatred against certain clt
lzens who favor this wise, beneficent
and necessary Improvement. Its
false Insinuation that parks and bou
levards are principally for. the bene
fit of the rich needs no contradic
tion; ' everybody knows that the
parks, at least, are chiefly of advant-
1 a finished product. The trained age to the" poor, or people of small
William ftockefeller's Birthday.
William Rockefeller, who by reason
of ' hla vast wealth and Standard Oil
connections is a powerful factor In the
world of finance, was born In Tioga
county. New York. May 31. 1841. He
was educated in the Oswego academy
and the public schools of Cleveland. At
the age of 17 he left school to become
a bookkeeper for a miller. A year or
two later." he formed a connection with
a rival flour mill, and at 21 he became
a partner in the concern. In 1864 he
went into the oil business In a modest
way with his brother. John D. Rocke
feller, In Cleveland. , The brothers, with
one. or two associates, built a little re
finery, which tht-y called the Standard
Oil works. Just after the civil; war
William went to New Tork to act -as
eastern agnt for the Cleveland refiner
ies.' In 1870 the old partnership was
dissolved and Its place waa taken by
the Standard Oil company of Ohio, with
a capital of $1,000,000. The present
company was organised in 1882 with
William - Rockefeller as president Then
came the Standard Oil company of New
Jersey, commonly called 'the trust Of
which William Rockefeller was made
vice president Since that time he has
been intimately associated with all the
ramifications of the gigantic monopoly,
while hla wealth' haa Inoreaaed to vast
proportions. ,WbU hi nam . Is not
as conspicuous as that of his brother,
John D. Rockefeller, he is aald to pos
sess, a wider knowledge. In detail of
the great corporation whose nm
spreads to all the countries of the
But the RDoils svstem is the.vprv heart nf nnlifir1 m.A!..,, t I T . . T7 .1
.uet ters r rom tne
without spoils. U-l- .
inereiore, tne work ot restoring the machine bv destrovintr civil aerviV r
uMiTi4 tiJ Ii a rmriM irua T a timnlJ A t1 a. t
w ...x-.v tv,m. sv iw .utuuu uciwccn inc mayor i.ir.MMi.ia. tk...!. rm.w I rti
and the council on that subject. To suppose so would be to discredit the ! .T X T' t noi. at"
avowed purposes of Mr. Devlin and his fellow machinists. ' - - The Journal It la unfortunate that since from the daya of the psalmist the who ha be here only a month or two
Surely' the people have not forgotten the evil times before the civil E0. book " " !5L' Boa-Cox nfPnPlnJ,ln',"
... B.- ... , inaiiar or oouhfrm n. ,., i .. v.u.
now coming-third generation since the h . . " mem to ao.
civil war. For. the good of a united ?uDl,?at,on distinct In type, when it e .
country theae old heartburplnga should " """" a qistinet place In the The Medford Tribune says Senator
be allowed to die out Just as soon as world of thought and to broaden as Bourne 1a back in Washington bawling
... . k a .a 1 A I dBShI I Si m Sm asl U i t . i . . . . lw MM M . . .
poasiDie, ana everytning tenaing w "nun; our national lire by I "'m oi or a tnira term ror Roose-
keep them alive should be avoided. I the addition of needed knowledge, then J velt." Not quite ao bad aa that we
Many or tne oia war songs nave d-i ' ior congratulation. .,. nop; n puume ever loses nia head. It
come national and are sung with pleaa-1 Buch a mission and such a promia I won't be on account of bis own "bawl-
ure north and soutn, out one song naa vuiBuioa an volume 1 number 1 nf I
better be allowed to die into silence, its uncm emus s Magasine. published In
sweeping marching measures recall Atlanta, Georgia, and edited by Joel
nothing but bitterness to the southern- Chandler Harris. '
er, no matter where he hears It. It The editor says that he proposes to
nlrtures ruined homes, burning corn Issue . a magasine that will ba hrn.iv
fields, wide wreck and waste through j and genuinely representative of the best A CooB fcay black bear that waa killed
the very heart of his native aon. xms i mougni ortjie whole country, that will I weignea over soo pounds.
song is "Marching xnrougn ueorgia. -1 wra to remove the lack of neighbor- e
Today'a program, when tne blue ana Knowieoge in the north and east with Seven miles of tracks are being added
L II B KlfLT niVb III UVAVV. u.w.u.1 w. , .-v.-. .v ui. BUUlil. L(l QM1 WTin in, TA TP, HIIIirinVTAM MllM.il
... .-a .u. v.. -a .. Ih)c-h..t m..i i -.t-iZZ. I. 7 I " """""
aivoitv)0if ."u io ujtM j w Vm . " . vwru waiun cne ripest
try ana one nag to soaner nuwero on mo uosi tnougnt or tne south la dl
the gravea of each side of the bat-iel rected, to represent all that la good and
line, shot a pang tnrougn every nouin-1 irut, au mat la sane and sensible, all
ern heart wnen tnat tnumpnani war i mat is reasonable and Just
chant of victory and deaolatlon rang ln That thla large ideal la not oniv hint.
their ears. d at but confirmed, all who read the
Suppose the people of Portland should initial number must admit The edl-
forever have thrown at tnem the rank- toriala are both sane and snappy, the
ling memorlea of: literary features are representative of
VHurran: wurrani we sound vn juo-ime oest in our present day literature,
11 ee! . I and the fiction la unusuallr arood Xfaar.
Hurra n: Murran: une nag m manraiitn maartens
The Siren Voices of Early Summer.
By Wllberforce Jenklna.
Little green applea are calling to me
' " me anaoe oi tne pippinoua tree.
Come quickly to me.
never a thought that we're not
Our Juices absorb.
What If you do get the cholera morbT"
contributes one of nia
us free! j I keenly satirical atnriaa rtiariaa VrmA.
So we sang the chorus from Portland erick Holder haa a delightfully humor-
Out in th Miinn ,t.A. . I t0 the I ou" tale entitled "The Maddening of
Out in the pasture stands BJffer the Wbe we were marching through Ore- Smith." and the title of Joel Chandler
Calling m to him from paths that art
Come aulcklv to ma.
I'll tosa you as high aa the old apple
I'll do It up brown.
Klamath Falls la to have a machine
shop and foundry before the end of the
About two carloads of strawberries
a day are being ahlpped from Free
water. - r
A saloon atarved out In Flora in a few
weeka. It waa not in harmony with
the town's name.
Five crews are cruisina- Polfc- emmtv
timber lands to ascertain their value.
for the purpose of aaaeasment
Sheen up along the Idaho lln have
the big head. There are "neonle all
Harris s storv. "Tha RIahon tha nnn
The memories of a smoldering Port-
serman and the Rierht of w v ' m mh4-
land would be to the people of thla state ficlent to malt. n nf ua h .nn hi.
wherever they be Juat what the mem- ig grown-un children ait ud and tako over the state affected with it
ories of a amoldering Atlanta are to notice. . I a a
the people or Georgia, Another piece of fiction which la of I Grants Paaa will have a eanner an
In all our national songs tne wora interest to Portland people la the story. It will be in readlneaa to handle thermit
"we" should mean tne wnoie-people, not The Schooner Marv E. Foster: OmH. and vaa-atahia emn fnr thia
I'll toas you so high that you'll never thoB P'.J"1 "-Ctl0nw rray,1 ?ettlh Ian'" 3on Fleming Wilson, editor
come down." V against those of another. What tend; of xhe PacJflo Monthly, told In his vlg-
io noep J,"1 vw. orous English and with the subtle facul
civil war anouia do lonsovwn,
Out on the mere calls the' ancient frog
Home of the lush water lily and frond,
Come take off youV clothee.
Nor care if the turtle snaps hold Of
Come, cool your warm blood
Out here In the oose and the snags and
tne mua," ' , v
An Appeal for Right Living.
Portland, Or., May 88. To the Editor
of The Journal. In perusing the col
umns of your paper thla evening, I
cams across that "lesson drawn by
Mrs. Dunlway, anent the Marie Ware
case. The picture displayed is a saa
one In the extreme, the prominence of
the parties concerned on the one hand
ty which characterises his .work, and
which makes us say, with the children,
"Ten me another.
An optimistic and entertaining maga
sine la Uncle Remus's," and one which
every reader will wish a long life and
a prosperous career. The name , and I that county.
lame oi its eaitor snouia carry it rar
and his cheerful philosophy reflected
in Its pages should win frlenda through
out the country. K. R. W.
A Corvallls man has 250 China pheas
ants just hatched and they require
much attention, as they are difficult
Klamath county people are the latesta"!
w a i u.ji iur ouuinern jracixio
lands, of which there are 80,000 acres In
And there on my terrace fair Luna'a at anj the degradation of the other, adding and man. but has "broken a solemn
Calling me to her in amorous way,
uorae oruner, .j
Come out on the lawn.
Come out and make joys till the. glow
or tne dawn.
Come into Love's camp.
Nor think of malaria out in the damp.
Not long ago all the berries in the
Mllton-Freewater district were killed,
according to report Now a big crop
Is being picked. - -
Peter Loggia proposes to bond Coos
and Douglas counties to raise funda for
the projected railroad. But wouldn't It
rays of lustre or clouds of dishonor, as pledge and Is not to be trusted; and
the case may be, to the etchings that lastly, let us all act as though we had
surround scenes In the life of two ran- I an Intarut In aaoh nthar anil In
erationa. And, whereas, the remedy ministering the laws that are for the be unconstitutional?
suggested Is stlll ln the 'offing," there common good and the advancement of a.
ua auKiMium wmi m nrr ui nuiiioia nigoer sianaara or morality ana cv-1 a new passenger line connecting-
wl.W ... Vt. I n. n wn.r .imam 1 , . 1 . . ' . V . - 1.1 V . I . . ' . .
wjiij um nuu von m iiiiviu, 'vu i maaiiuji. ncii munuoy no wui uei KHmntn h'fllla urith th rallrnnA haa
namely to make the government a gov- called upon, that Is us men folks, to hon -tnhlihi tc inniiM.. k.
ernment of b,omes. Evidently Judge! say whether we approve of men who er Klamath to Keno, stages from Keno
wwuiu wn uo wuimwB mna ror mess principles, onaii we i to Kiamarh Hot springs, and there to
citlsen in such a government but how vote for Harrv Lane and aoorove hla I connect with tha
T.W Tut.. .at mar.. I mK-. U m. a1,m s-Ua Via A . I as&. j. M m &la. 1 ' . . . . .
it autiii DniuM, iuvn iiur di . wui uib wmm, ., mutni aiiu wh ii iikiil iur ii urauiv or Bno.ii we iDriKi 1 neiween inac murn ann astai.
a fVt it aaaftat Vva a-Afaka enAaaBalia VavMM I S1MH AStflmaKlaW 1sifssal m BnvlnilM ( SktrAn I h-.Ma'aii4 tak tsa mA S-l. S I
ouvitUDViie .IWt BCWIg SfUUWpoiTV aD Hif I oa M v v - aa I bil-J IkUWVJ , CXll Vti MV O 0,1I4 11 IB mllll I ' tt- ' 9
win. JUIOU nartn i. XOaSO. uhuci. man sssnuv lawn m mas u nun I tsay 10 lilt? WUHU inammon IB Our I TTtiviv lnesfn TJavM . Tn. a U t,
ClnA anA tfiat thai man hn ri-losi At I .. . " " " . " w"
Kam TM.J T-U sl ian , I Hart n't thV hflttPI" atrm mnA. thlrtlr I t-loKt sartt.ll ha rnrnayl itr Fafha.. I . " " ai uuir
This Date In Hrstory.
1819-Walt Whitman. American noet. desertera T - What can they expeotT
rn. Died March 28, 1891. ' Hadn't they better atop and think right shall be turned out. Fathers of ireds" It head" of ittla wir .hiM
181 William Rockefeller born. mat tneir nappiness, even transitory as daughters and brothers of young la- from th. v.Ma hra. rn hon
1889 Johnstown flood;
lost. - ... .r
I I W. 4. . k. 1 jj ... . .
2 295 lives I w, Milium t dim, 101 ua rcworu narrr uini tor
uiiirvuv.1 .. w v " ..vs.. m.ivi vj.. . , . 1 . . 1 aim niBna it. sasier Aur illv
rJltlT yr,il I", , . J weeps? Perhaps if my wifo and daugh- of this fair Rose City, then when we
ters, as weir as others, had the ballot, are gone the fragrance of the rose of
they themselves, as well as others, merit rewarded will permeate the air
would be so .independent and conscious I long -after we have passed away,
interred at Richmond. Virginia,
1897 Severe earthquake shock
lp the central states.
,1902 Peace of Pretoria. z
1908 Many lives lost In floods at To-
peka, Kansas. .
1906 King Alfonso - XIII. of Spain
and Princess Ena of Battenberg mar
Send It to Your Friends.
From the Helix (Or.) Herald.
The Portland Journal is going to Is
sue an anniversary number this year
tnat will do itself and the people proUd.
It will consist of - pages and will
contain two pagea expressly devoted to
Umatilla county, -ita - resources and
needs. The issue wllr run to 80.000, and
the paper bill alone will be about 88,500.
It. will be a fine thing to send copies
of -this edition to your frlenda in the
eaat for it will give them aomethinc
to think about Oregon besides deemlna-
it aa Indian infestsA wUdernes ' .
of their, own power to take care of
themselves, that all the designing wiles
of immoral men . would be incapable of
luring them astray. But methlnks this
would still be somewhat abort of the
ideal government or homes. . If. we .are
to have a government ot homes the
place to start is in the home, not In
the voting booth. Let us train our
young folks, that the truth Is truth;
that to swear is not only not smart
but wrong and vulgar; that to steal
anything, no matter , how small. Is al
ways wrong; that a gentleman will al
wayaTemember his mother, respect his
sister - and treat, all other ladies the
same; that smartness In a lady Is dis
played by modesty and knowing her own
place and keeping it and refraining
from encouraging the street corner
vara; that a man or woman who for
sakes a lawful wife or husband for an
other not only violates the laws of Ood,
E. H. DEERY, 483 Jefferson.
YVhy The Journal Is Popular.
From the Echo Register. ' v
Many people in Oregon are friends ot
the Oregon Journal because it la fair to
all sides of a local or general Issue. It
alms to be a newspaper and comes
naturally to Its own in the confidence
wnicn tne puDiie nas in its good inten
tions. For instance, although opposed
to the proposed "free water" amend
ments to the -Portland charter, ft haa re-
peatedly published articles from Its ad
vocates and supporters and cheerfully
gives Information asked for concern
ing It f
1 Art's Dead March.
Music la dead." says Dr. Emil Reich.
And concerts, adds the Musical Courier.
ars th funerals. ,. wv ,
from the yards here. One band oft sheep.
going out oi nere numoerea lo.strv head.
Huntington haa the advantage over
most shipping points in that It has good
erasing right up" to the gate of ths
snipping corral, .
A Klamath Indian, soeakinr for one
of his tribesmen, put In an appearance
at the county clerk's office a few days
ago and Inquired Into the marriage
license issued to Isaacs and a squaw
some years ago. He atudied the record
of the marriage for a few momenta, then
said to the deputy clerk; VMe want to
buy htm back. How much he costT
Them people no want to live together
any more." - - -
; One of the things , that magni Vale's
people proud of. Vale la the way tha
town la building up, saya the Oriano.
Every step denotes stability. ' Every
building is built with an eye to the fir
tur : development Of ths town. V Tha .
business buildings : are of stone and
bripk. - No shacks are allowed in the
business district. Fire limits have been
established. . Electric lights are being
put In and a complete water system is
under contempjatioa. ...... . ,.