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rrtTJU TIT,TD XT A .1 Improve parks and driveways that scionably ry tho plumbers' combine,;
' X 1 XL J J J XX. IN JTX.XJ will be a credit to a city two or three as was shown In The Sunday Journal.
kit independent KtwsPAPiR. ' j times that of the present; we will With them are combined the( dealers
ft & Jickton..
....mbiubtr I inaugurate the policy of . municipal In everything they handle.. And. the
uh4 rrr TCTinf (.wpt dondtr) and docks so as ,to' render our growing federal grand Jury says-that a large
jteai''ft commerce freer; and, perhaps more proportion of the furniture dealers
State Comment; on the . Reelection
Cost of-Careleflaness ; Small Change
T .k. p..,,.-, fM important than all else, , we will are combined to exact too high People Breaking
trmMmiMiM tbroaih tb nii moob4-uh Bmash political machines - and break prices when his house Is ready to be I from the Baker City
Mttw. ii , '"- - I. . - . . : ..I. mi.. ..i i. I : ; The reelection of Dr. Harrv Lane as I ua of broken nolitl'cal
ji nmrn . niff una. mnn A I iwt m on rfi i i 11 rnmiiHii. l iim iiuiv wn v iim run iiimv i r - i . -
i uv n u ytw a u v- vwvr w .- . . - T , . . I
. By John Anderson Jayne.
.These are the days when men are
carefully estimating the cost of every
thing Thev are" alttlng 1 " down and
, The seaside resorts art prinking up.
.,';'.; - .
-We can't have clear weather for all
visitors. , . .
- a . a
tr Democrat (Dem.). j, man who keeps his word.' -Ia this' the eoat" Counting the cost, men makef;,(...v.,..,r-e a , '
romise It waal
. ""A1" . Jil'l " official position, ilth tola reference even Is to.belonr to some monopolls- "".1 " J!"1!! have a man "at'th head of cifyT affair.
eats uwuau luiTTti im ran-nMi nw u ttm ui imi iu i " - - r - i . - i Lima. a,iia ubuiiih am i ai urauuma: awai uiii i a.AH mmahb-
ttt "r,w tha-dapntwaat; roa wat. : j to thelt, capability and trustworthi- tic combine himself. If Everybody party and machine rule and ar aaaart laed Juat about aa naar aa a human
FOREIGN ADVERTISING REPBESENTATIVN I Kni. tn .A.v tha nnn1 I nnM lo that and tha hi nroflta I ,na thalr indepandanca and power In being can ao .they ahowed 1 their w
v.i .". .''.v.. ?r7... v.: ness, not only to serve the people icouia ao mai, ana me Dig proms fvop of hone.tv nd ,, rYrhteona. Ureciat on of hla adminiatration and re.
Browwick BuiidiniTsM riftb afeaaa, Km well In the present, "but tO exercise could be divided "all ground eauit- new u never before. , It's the man, not elepted t hlra, though politically he let things slip, to pay lit!
.rTnaBuiMin,, c.,. - foresight .nd look oW for the future ably, no great harm would be done, TlkA KMreT.TlrVea? g
i.M sT ZZlV'uZU" city, which we will to some extent but the trouble la that the great ma- I Portland Jpublican. ,; ;. thin, for th. batural. ot tb. city. ft
On fttr. ...
...95.00 I On montk...
.11.00 I One month.....
Daily and bundat. s .i
. .17.60 Ona BHWtn
From the Arlington Record (Rep.).
It Is a pity that the Republicans have
to go outalda their party to. get good,
honeat and efficient . men . to fill the
- Truth; and 'a soul that is
ready for, truth, meet like the
fuel and the flame. Phillips
Brooks.'- " '' :
mortgage. Monty belong to no combine, and
At least the Indications are that so it is the few that are benefited at
we are going to do these things, and J the expense of the many.
Indeed have begun to do them, and! The government Is rather lncon-1 offices. ' It cannot be said of the Port
t . . ..... i liana itepuDiicana mat tney maintain a
10 exercise more loresigni man waa amicm. m iuut uu cuiuju -m party oriranlcatlon for the offices. They
exercised ; formerly, although there law intended, to prevent these, com- &Jt , thh'ft!?'"cf7.r.0wS
is need of a still, greater display otl Dinationsfaca resuus, ana ai me campaign runds to neip Beat any Ke- far 0f .h(, cjty with a larger devotion
same time maintaining a high pro- Ki. .7rVic.. to the i pubue, dreat is Sm, iTJS 7 'tnfn wh7 Sr to alrva7 7Z2
fewer failures and mistakes than they
But have you ever considered . the
Cost of careleesnessf
What It coats to overlook trifles, to
let things slip, to pay little attention
for a little,
eoat of care-
A Wise Choice. " - J careful consequently, or more worth, to
From the Sllverton Anoeal (Ren.). , I your employer, and you . know what
In the election of Dr. Lane aanayor I that means,
of the city of Portland the people have
established a :! good moral sentiment
which will have Its effect all through
the state of Oregon. No mayor; was
But look at th trmAm k a.1a. -.111
have Saturday night.
"Oreen and white mountains must look
good to those Nebraakana,
i ''. -. 'y- ';s,i
If the Sociallats could vote as well as
they, talk, they could soon win.. '
t Suspenders worn by rural mail-car-rlers
will be a cause of suapenaion,
..-. V7"' a - a
Of ennru All tha mn.w Mu
Just the other day. right here in this Vt ta will be cheerfully contributed.
pANY stories have been written
'Whose plot centered chiefly in
the temporary suspension or
i 4 ?- obliteration of the ego, of the
mental faculties that keep a person
In constant knowledge of ; himself,
lively and politically Independent In
terest In nubile and narticularly mu- tectlve tariff law v which accom-
nlclpal affairs and , greater care In I pllshes exactly the same results. The
the selection of our public servants, furniture dealers,; the harvester deal-
ers, and all the others, are only do-
mat. Pf.ttNTV vet NO COAL ling what the government in a
ever elected who has served
onesty and Integrity ara
i who ara to serve the
people, and this can be found tn the
man wno waa jaai iuununy reciocivu
mayor or roruana.
one of the, skyscrapers that, makes the
skyline of the workshop of the world
h wtti. I ao interesting,
naa ii Deen aone
Party Lines Weak.
From the Oregon City Courier.
Politics Cut No Figure
it was a case wnere pontics cut no
figure they voted for the personality
Of. the man. Ttomihllmrl : nnlltlra In
broader aspect not Only authorizes, Portland la unfortunate In not having step
a, man lor.int nour.- less party lines. ' That there was an
Cbaivin 1 the CowUt. region. 8ettied national policy and" a great - As It Should Be. ? i Sm' .iSu in wethV vSte tot
wall of cement was being placed in po
sition. You have seen that work. You
know the formula for good cement
walls, two parts sand and gravel, one
part cement; mix well, then while in
the plastic form place In a box-like ap-
the whala atorv
uiuiuibcb iu uo a. auDjaci or controversy
for ages to eome.
V -'ty i-'--'i - ,'::'V-i.'yr-.VrA
Borne people think they see ' the
shadow of lids hovering over MUwauklo
and Oregon City, also. v .
... : . a .(.a -,v .r.;-,-;' V-
Chlcago7is to have a 13-story notel.
The upper stories should be provided
paratua and then tamp and Ump the wltl baboon flreescapea.
composition while it la hardening until I - ...
wmia on the wild animal subject.
It la as hard aa a rock. But in this In-1
0AL IN the .Nehalem. country. but Justifies ; and asserts , to . be a
The Portland City election Is another atance the contractor failed to keyhls why didn't the prealdent. decide th
n. eye on the men mixing the cement and question, "Do deer drlnkT"
ep toward the eradication Of meaning. tfie nes who were doing the tamping. I H ' , CT . . . ' , '
.m .t K. Th lli.u ara a ao I Th. m.1i .a . 1 Jin 0 lilrhai. anil 1 ' A
mayor cannot be doubted. This victory
a posaiDuuy in me
.IWllfl . . ------- -- i stlCK to your pariy aaya on ggnn
r.i' -11 .i oi-- 1 , a . .. "" DBe" Biecwa 07- i o piurai- years ago. As a matter or ract,. tne
, 1 uuo iuuu ,uu .ui iv , miu m tr. Tula la aa it ahnni ha n Tjn, 1 nariv. una la arrowina: very aim.
11. i.jij 11.- t-i- - ... . I ...v.ii. i ' - j - .- .! . . . ... .I"-'- 1" 1 - -
11 IB inuiyiuuaiiLy. mi lannuiT. n 1 vrvuauii in ircii luuiiuaucB nuu uiintnai- ini haot tn ' rnnrnmtni hi, airan Tnrtianii a njt a.i-i. i '
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Coal in the edge of the Blue national blessing. There Is no con-J TOm th Hood River oiaeier (Rep.). lJor nJhavebeen"1
mountains in 'Morrow county. 8i8tency In building up a. trust (wlth "IfJ0."0, "JJ "ck tS your partr
history. But not only In stories, but good quality, and yet year after year get8 to the point1 tearing down the
a. J a a a. .a . - a . a. I at. . i'Sk. i" ,-.'? m a a I ' I
in reai me aiso, tms racuuy or mem- mose neas ue unaeveiopea, un- protective system. It will find It fari
ory has In not a few cases been sud- touched, although one of the great- easier to prevent these monopolistic
denly destroyed, or suspended. This est needs of this city Is coal. With combines.
"happens somotlmes from disease, but the completion of the railroad to
more frequently from some- sudden Tillamook, the Nehalem and Tilla-
blow, upon tne head, or shock to the mook fields may be developed, but J
nervous system,! causing a depression there is no assurance of it. The O.
of the brainpan at ft certain point. R. ,e N, company has had a road to
Sometimes In such a case an opera-J Heppner, only a few miles from the
tlon Is necessary to remove the (Morrow county coal beds, for years, i
tlon. To be sure, be has made mis
takes, for he is only human. However,
he has never sacrificed hla convlctlona
the mammon of vira and wi.irin.aa in very little to bewail tne raci tnat in a
, . ,.lt Them Learn.
Trom the Newberg Graphic.
It avails the Republicans In Portland
higher approaching completion. One! .Nobody doubts that Orchard told a lot
night the ,. workmen went home,' and or trutn, out was utne "whole truth.
Willie tney were resting tne wall gave l ana, noining put tne irutnrv
wav. What cauaed itf Thia: A lot i -
.rfc hX,.1h?.n V.ZZX vr IB Auatrla a man entitled to vote
..raK'jJSK4 A ?- " vote is. fined." Portland
gave way ana tne wail coiiapaea. oup-
high places. As the contest appeared mayoralty contest members of the party I rebuild the wail.
pose It had remained until the Heavy
steel girders : and - beams had been
placed la position? Think of the awful
tragedy . of carelesanese ' that would
have ensued. Aa It was. It cost the
contractors much, time and money to
OUR STATE'S OWN FIELD.
to ba one between good oltlsenshlp and will ' not vote ths ticket When they
thugs and VamPlreS. We ara clad thatllaara a , mora aavara laaanna
Mayor, Lane has been , elected to sue- brought about by defeats that a ma-
Ask railroad . men. what thev
doui ina coai .01 careicaaneaa.
HE FARMERS of Benton coun
ty, according to a dispatch,
went home from their county
From the Dallas' Observer (Rep.).
It seems peculiar to us outsiders to
see the Oreronlan taklne- no stand In
- livestock Show at CorvalllS, de- the late city election. It would seem
1 . . . I -.A , . . . 1 a r.la-lfia ffnar HAT! tnaV 1 1 ,.,. I nm.vw . v. iww . iwiip
prwaure upon portion ot ue Drain; 1 j ofc lucro iug iui hub, uuwutusu. .... ,v.. -""j - 1 elected mavor, but were afraid to say
In other cases nature gradually andlThere are doubtless other coal fields tne pnte winners at this year's snow. - Macwnt pouuos is a spenoinaer,
. . I. . . . .. . i I 1 Jl 1 M - ,
occasionally even sudaeniy restores I m uregon, ana u so rortiana people 'm unvrnjeu eirnins evi-i . . -w. .
th faenltr. and tnmnnr ratnma onrht to ct bnav loeatlnr and'nroa- dence of the Incomparable value of Somewhat SarkaatlkuL
v. i..t.dA.. ... ivk.. muiM.. tham TH. i. v A i. I II VAfltMlr ihflVii In awalrnn In er rnmna. I ra -enuisiwn i riuuno livop. .
niwuo uaMuvn w uuw i-vu wvw. vk' " I . I The ReDUbllcana have been led to that
In which a person's Identity or in-1 capped, and will be more and more, I tltlon. The man who won goes home slaughter-pen so many times by the
dlvlduajlty Is transformed for a' time j for lack of fuel for ships and manu-1 determined to win next year, and so same string, following the same win.
tt s V . V. Wntn.. a4 If la titaW flma anma I llnOI tFIA tnafl Vhfl Inat. . ,. t I O -We-WlSP. tnai mere IS nu SXPiana
aw.wav.w.ayiae v. T' ,.,..", V?? 1 "'6- I. T . V- " tlon of its continuous repetition except
rnniH nn onttrklr dtff Arant nrnnn. I nf thnaa oal binds WArA hfilnfl" dnflfl ThO'race for SOmethmK better IS I that thev rather like the democratic
nerhaps after a time resuming his into and the product brought to th(s what lifted the primitive man out of e f 0 enThronement ot Democratic
former self, and neither one having city v ; ... : barbarism, and that, day by day, car- '"'f
any consciousness of the other. This
WAR AGAINST COMBINES, j civilization. When there is an In
centlve for '; better livestock, and
fn a itmn, TtAnnhllnan nltv whlfti Aflata
Hes forward the triumphal car Of I one fourth of the ataU a-vote, giving
How It Appears.
From the Solo News. v
Kls election is looked upon as a vic
tory . of the people over the combined
corporations and vicious classes in Port
land, i i
From the Hlllsboro Independent (Rep.).
Mr. Lane has mads a good mayor.
He has purified Portland In a manner
mat BDDeais 10 ini mgru lnauncia 01
any communuy. ; ,
N,H i i.l J
Has Done Good Work.
From the Toledo Reporter.
Mr. Lane Is of the stuff that good
mayors are made or. He has aone
seems to need such a law.
Senator Foraker would run wall in
Brownavllle. Texas. Ma'd hava a if
be escaped a coat of tar and feathers.
Next year Is the time when a great
many Americans will be affected with
that quadrennial disease, dementia po- -
lltlcana. ,. ;
,' " .-. .-.' -'i ,..' -.i
A man died at the "age of lOt years .
who had never kissed a woman. He
took no chanoes of microbes, but life
must ' have seemed about a thousand '
years long to him.
.., .. . . e e ;, ,
"the stranae dlsDensationa of Provi-I Plenty to keep neoole awake eomln
dence'j the railroad men know that I along: Pioneers and Indian War Veter-
rrovurence naa noining to ao witn tne i ana. , nesia and Feurtn oc July. Then
will tell you that many a train has
Jorlty of the voters do not stand for .Ta JUVw tl,- .PrihJ!.
in Ik.il and ma to work and nut " workmen In -the carshops
ud a candidate wno aianaa xor oecency
and rood arovernment. the party will
deaerve to succeed. ,
been wrecked and lives-lost, simply be
cause some workmen in -me
were careless In the nnlshlm
work, that a bubble In a stee
sometimes cause the rail to break
apparently a mysterious
tne while the preachers
accident that it was caused by care-
It pays to establish habits of care
fulneas In young life. Careless young
people, continuing In their carelessneaa,
rarelv come to an old ase happy, con
tented and serene. Many a young clerk
wonders why he is not promoted, while
I others of leas ability than himself ap
parently are movea up over nia neao.
The anawer la found In the one word,
carelessness. - - -
It's auch an easy thing to fall Into
slipshod methods of doing thlngsl . Bo
hard to break one'a self of them once
the method of the Slipshod habit has
been established! It pays, therefore, to
establish habit of carefulness.
jo say or a young man tnat ne is
has happened not as In Stevenson's
story of - Dr. i Jeky 11 and Mr. Hyde
splendid work for better government In I careful of his aoeearanee. careful of his
affair Portland. nd a majority of the voters language, careful of his Impression he
by a series of voluntary; and con
scious processes by which the moral
nature suffered ..transformation, but
suddenly, with utter - unconscious-
physician, .however, ' appears to be
the simple and easily diagnosed one
of a sudden blotting out of memory
HE INDICTED furniture deal- when the competition to produce It
ers ' throughout the Paclfio becomes keen, development of the
northwest . are perhaps 1 no heHt is as sum tn follow aa that .day
greater offenders than1 some I follows nleht. -v k '
neas on the cart of the victim of this other ' business 'men, and What makes extraordinarily bene-
involuntary double life. There have ucbombJnatlops as thaj, wUjficiai -esultsi Inevitable, is that when
been even "cases where one nhysical I which they are charged are ao com the better animal la evolved, vastly
person became successively three or j mon that they may suppose custom j greater profits must accrue to the
more tptally different mental and ftad mdrd.ftwB anobnoxious to the husbandman A farmer at the Cpr-
moral Individuals. Some rascals iawv ont 9noP,r in necessar- vaiu- ghow' sold a edit but a few
have made nretenses of such trans-l,e8 0' I,f nM beom sogreat and weeks old xfo $100. ' He knows now
formations of Individuality for crimi-j oppressive ; an evil in the land, that ana 0i- neighbors know, that a new
nal purposes, or as an excuse, fori tbe sovernment In the executionxbf aTenue to profit Is open, and that
wrongdoing, but ' that there have tM Iaw ainst restraint or traae I jt iie9, not in the broncho; but in the
been genuine cases of this sort there has beea 9bl,ed to grapple with It. thoroughbred. It is a condition cer-
ls no room to doubt ana is attempting io mrouie h ya. tajft t0 result In new energy,new
The case of the young Berkeley v"OUB Iorm"' ; iB6 nonnern ,oe- Btudy,and new inspiration for a
curities corporation was aisaoivea i new ipdugtry for which Oregon, by
because Us apparent object was to reason of lts equable climate, has
monopolise transportation in a large resources beyond those of any other
by a blow on the skull, temporarily terrltor So the Harrlman deals state. - The Willamette valley, which
eclipsing memory:" At leaBt It will and h,s bsorPtlon of more or less grows ' prolifically every product
be so considered unless further facts rival Unes . are being attacked be- known to the temperate sone. Is
are disclosed,' tbouga why. lt assault- h54" they tended toward a monop- capable alone of sustaining, under
ed by a thug for the purpose of rob- 017 OI transportation. Aiiegea or so- intensified methods, 3,000000 head
bery and rendered unconscious, he called trnatf. of various kinds the 0f cattle. It is a field that Oregon
was not robbed Is so far a mystery. Qr.UK wust, me Harvester irusi, tne muBt get ready to occupy, for she
wnisaey trust, ana omers -nayeDe- muBt largely -supply the orient and
LOSSES FROM LACK OP FORE- oojecis .01 prosecution De- Alaska, and when the Panama canal
SIGHT ' , cu.Be mey aim at monopoly, ror me opened a few years hence, Europe
purpose oi limiting me supply ana will He at her doors-and will do-
a PROMINENT Chicago man re- Increasing the price to consumers. mand at large prices a heavy portion
II . cently said that the second city So numerous have become these com- OI jer horses and export meats.
at JL m tne country was suffering bines tnat a great part or me va-i a. proposlton for a livestock show
a- . because of the lack of foresight Hons necessities of life can be bought m Portland never came more timely,
ten or twenty years agoThis is true only at, prices fixed, not by the nat- nor more slgnlflcrntly.
In a greater or less degree of all jural law of supply and demand, but
cities; their officials and prominent (by the combines which control their
business men of former i times, all I output and sale.
former times, did not have sufficient I It is a big and doubtful war upon
foresight la. various ways.. This be-J which the government has entered.
supremacy to the Democratic party, is
maMtw . a ltttla "nnn.nartlaan' a ffa 1 r
that Democratic committees take great I appreciate it Mr. Devlin, his opponent, jv ou careful In the way he do$e
pleasure in neipmg aiong. aim men was uorortunate in uie company nei'"" 'VlTi V"J
Uannkllxana ilka It tnrt an 1 Ha- rtwall I k.nf WKan man ranmin.a th kllnrf I One Of life B highest COmPllmCntS. BUOh
rvM.aa m ... una . v . uiuiiiv.iuii
ill -win In the struggle and race
together In Unity.
A Moral Triumph. r ,
From the Albany Democrat,
The reelection of Mayor Lane
and slavish Idolatry to party and be
come converted to the higher Ideals of
government we win nave noneaty ana
: justice and protection In the affairs of .T"r. to 72V" man 5at. ' J"
The report of St. Paul's dry Sun
day said, "There was 1 not a single
arrest during the day." This is
something worth gaining. But per
Ing true, cannot, the men of today We cannot believe that its efforts jhaD8 some people will supply them-
v learn, wisdom and bow better to ex-1 will be entirely in vain, but expect geives , better or " worse Saturday
erclBe foresight by these failures of I that in most cases business cunning evening hereafter.
their predecessors? Any one can see will find some way to accomplish
tnis iacit or rormer foresight and Its substantially tne same results, at There is nothing more Important
results, without going Into details, least during a portion of the time. for Portland boosters to get busy
. Men Df'the past did not realise, for But the people willxhope for some aDout than the development of Ore
one thing, how large and Important beneficial results. Consumers are gpn' coal fields. The coal is here,
a city" was to grow up here. They undoubtedly being swindled out of and jt Is badly needed in our bust
were less careful of results than millions of dollars a month In ex- ness, and will be needed more and
iue; buuuiu uave ueen. iney aciea I ceesivs prQiiLB yam w lueae vtriuut
too much for the present only, not combines, and will therefore approve
enough' for, the future. And dont and applaud every effort to break jfs surely nice, from a financial
; we .now follow their example too them up and enforce the antl-monop- point of view, to be a plumber or a
t much? May not a succeeding gen- oly law. " dealer In plumbers' supplies in a
eratlon Justly accuse ins of a lack of In every large city and its sur- city where a great deal of building
foresight, even as we do those who j rounding region there are local com- fS going on.
preceded us? ' bines probably more oppressive than
There is not the excuse now for the alleged furniture .trust A man it is no great distinction any more
lack of foresight that there was who attempts to build and furnish a to be "mentioned" as a Democratic
years ago. People are better aware house is at the mercy of various of candidate for president.
of the trend of. population to . cities, these ; combines from beginning to
and more wide-awake to,, the prob-1 end. In the first place, he must buy The court ' may not consider Ar
able Increase of population and com-1 his lumber of a combine that fixes thur Brisbane's opinion of Mrs. Eddy
merce in the years tocome.' The the price to suit itself, so that for final and' conclnsive.
weas ana laeais wmcn, even a few that principal article or his house
years . back, were considered ade- he must pay a large percentage above
auate for city government need to reasonable and natural profits with
expand to meet new and growing free competition.'. Other materials
conditions, both material and moral, are perhaps ' handled by combines
We will not give away franchises to also. The mechanics are all unlon
strccts as was done ' then; we will ized, but he doei not object to that
' "The Duel," strangely powerful
drama, was presented at the Helllg last
night by Otis Skinner and his company
and the big audience that was there to
receive It was enthusiastic In Its appre
ciation. Mr. Skinner is one or Ameri
ca's foremost actors and the play la
certainly one of the strongest and most
remarkable that has t?een presented In
Portland. , ' v
'The Duel"', was produced originally
last spring lniParls and created a sen
sation. It was written by Henri Lave-
dan and translated into the Engusn by
Louis N. Parker. It has been presented
in all the continental cities and last
winter Otis Skinner appeared In It in
New Tork City under the direction of
Charles Frohman.- ' :: :
It had' a remarkable New Tork run
and Mr. Skinner is now touting In the
remarkable production, it has met witn
Immense success. '. v ,,
The play appeals especially to ' the
thinking portion of the threatre-gomg
?ublic and gives them something to
hink over and discuss. It Is a play of
rreat. literary? merit and vis powerful
Iramatlcally, It possesses an unllag
ting love Interest throughout. ;
"The Duel.", the title of the play. Is
not descriptive literally, though through
out the piece there Is an Intense strug-
Sle. As In most duels there Is a woman
l the case, and It is In behalf of her
that the atrua-ffle takes place. - On the
one hand is a priest, seeking by the up
lifting faith or bis religion to save tne
woman, who has come to him; on - the
other 18 an atheist, denying, because of
love, thexright of religion to Interfere.
Rellurlon triumphs in the end. The
lesson Is a powerful one, though at its
ending love also Is triumphant Tn that It
la Justified In Its noblest and truest
spirit. Religion, is glorifled In , its ex
alted cnnmieet. .- -, i '. s d -
As the Abbe Daniel, Mr. Skinner gives
approval .upon his forehead and brand
mm ror tne corral wnere failures are
maybe It will be summer time and fit
i or vacation trips.
r v a a , -i
Maybe the male birds sing all day be
cause they are . happy, and then a rain
maybe they do so bepause.they are
afraid of their wives who are sitting on
eggs, and who make them alng so as to
know they are not flying off flirting
with other birds. - , .
Oregqn SiJeligLts :
Dallas Is assured of a creamery.
- Trafflo to Klamath Falls Is Increas
t , a e ' , -.
A short bay crop Is predicted tn Clat
sop county. .
Douglas county la Increasing its num
ber of fine horses. -
Deer are numerous In the mountains
1 back of Coos Bay. ,
part was created by Xulu Glaser, and bunched for the slaughter.-Carelessness I Tne new mayor ana council oi H.IS
thosefwbtf have seen the original were I carries with tt a fearful, eoat In every I math Falls are at outs. . - , , ,
not disaooolnted last nlahL
"Douy varden" Mr. Webb has
direction of human endeavor.
.Carefulness brings great rewards to
iR.-'im v v,rn,n" mf. wanh naa a I .uareiuineaa Drinaa arenc rawnrna in i . ...... . . -. . -
-...7 7 1 ,1... u .(.. -.,i- 1 a Dumr cr man naa auu aianaa ox
ir;. 7K!?"'"iwxr " "J.i"1.""'"? I ;..rr -.ZCY "".: bees, and expects to have Its by falL s
iBUffue. nowaver, na unaounieaiy neeas I " ' I . - . .
m -a-, - ,kA.k K la . V. a - I . - I - . ' k ,
. , . ' -. -j-i . " a ' I v A 'Benton county man killed six half-
Jetters rrom the
a rest.1 thouch he la en the staare a suffl
clent. number of times to provide many
Si iaugn ana an aounaance or run. mm
one clever line referring to the poverty
of Portland plumbers Is worth the price
ox admission. ;
Among the other principals who are
seen to aa vantage in tnis, weeK s oner-
ing- ara uan nayan, ueorgre jkunaei, Al
bert Wallerstedt. Jack Farrell, Melvtn
Stokes, Miss Beatty and Miss Leicester.
Mr. Wallerstedt maker a pronounced hit
witn tne song, --jjouy varaen." ,
' The production Is one of the very best
since the beginning of the engagement
of the San Francisco opera company. It
was immensely pleasing to a big audi'
ence last night, and will be the bill for
tne entire ween.
' Lives Lost In ClvlI War. V
Portland, June 6. To the Editor of
The Journal In , an editorial In your
Issue of the 8 th I note there are. after
a lapse of 61 years from Appomattox,
about 1,000,000 union veterans drawing
pensions from "the government How
many more old soldiers are there who
have In the meantime died and what is I have not tried to set'
grown coyotes, and thereby mads 111,
j.-?- e -v -a,:: '
The Albany Democrat says a rain of
pitchforks is needed to , make a good
hay crop. - . t- ;.:.. -jj .... . i
Some Marlon county hop growers hope
to get 15 cents a pound for last year's
crop yet ,
' The Blue mountains "lie at the feet
of Baker City," says the Democrat That
town must ge 'way up.
'i';.'--.v4, '(, - , :
A Forest Grove main has two geese
that have laid 118 eggs this spring and -
the total number of enlisted men who
Oh, there's no breese like the June breese I served In the civil war. Also, for the
n" wp "i roay ciover, purpose of comparison, J inform me
K"SJ.B-.!2!t. r"0 what the toUl enlistment was on the
That has clayed am on the trea loot. I Confederates aide. Did the south use
. " . . . .. - .' . 1 I, ... I.hl. -m , miA l Jll U
mai nas strayea me wooianai?, ..i.,, m ,i -ui ,u. un
Oh, there's no breese like the June
- breezet sweet though all : the
; ; preeses blow. -.,.,.,,,;; .
There's no sunshine like the sunshine
.. whicn the month of June dlscov-
ers.. . i "'.;-'.'";
With Its golden gleam of brightness
ana us tenaer warmin oi tone. .
Soft as kiss of little children, fair as
diibs or nappy lovera
Confederate government get -its men to
?o to war by drafting or using other i
orclble means, as ' was done In the
norm 7 . fiease answer and oblige.
: , A DAILY READER.
The total number of offloera and men
in the union armies was about i,775,
104. How many have died since the
war it is impossible to state.
RmMm tialne- four pounds a week a
Lincoln county family sold $38 worth
of butter from three cows last month.
Oervals Star:' There la a demand for
rain and Indications are not favorable
for rain very soon.. It 'is surprising
to note how rapidly the hop crop is
showing Improvement and the healthy .
appearance of the vine. ' Proapeots are
!.;. v X:. V '
Astoria Budget: The fishing situa
tion to date Is about one month behind -
powerful interpretation. He is sud-
Dortod by a-company of consummate
artists, une cast is smau, out is con
slstently perfect In the various Inter
pretations.. -. . . :
In the cast 1 E. M. Holland, one of
the greatest cnaracter actors in America.
He has the part of Monsigrneur Bolene
and does, a finished piece of acting. As
tne atneist ur. Morey, waiter Hltoh.
cock gives an admirable performance,
Mr. Skinner s engagement will be
concluded with tonight's performance of
;xne uuei. -, ;
"Dolly f Varden" at the Marquam.
At the Marquam last night the first
act of an exquisitely beautiful opero
was repeatedly Interrupted and materi
ally marred, so far as the audience was
concerned, by -the tardy arrival of be
lated patrons. ', The audience would not
have cared particularly whether those
wno are always tate arrived or not, du:
they had Just cause for complaint when
All possible effort should be made
to break up the revolver-using habit,
cobstruct public buildings . with a
clearer view of .the future: we will
arrange properly : to control, and tax
public utilities or public service cor
porations; we will procure and begin
so long as, they only ask reasonable
pay and do good work- Sometimes
the building contractors are In 'a
combine. . - And -iwen he cornea to
the plumblnc,' be Is held up. uncon-
Not J. Ham.
- From the Chicago Evening Post
i-f Henry Wattcrson announces, that J.
Hamilton Lewis Is not the dark' horse
he has in mind for the Democratic pres
idential nomination.. ' The announcement
la rather snperfluous. No one who has
ever seen J. Ham could dream, of ap
plying any adjective like "dark": to his
ushers continued to seat
the enure act.
Otherwise the performance ' at the
Marquam waa a delightfully pleasing
one. So far as the company has to do
with It. the production of that daintily
pretty opera, "Dolly Varden,", is one of
the most meritorious efforts . of . Its
engagement In - this city. Elaborate
stage effects and magnificent costumes
are conspicuous zeatures or tne proauo
There are ; many who think Dolly
varden" tne prettiest or an tne works
of Stanislaus Stange, the librettist of so
man popular and successful operas.
Tnere are otners wno tninK it too ae
cidedly English to contain the sparkling
wit and fun essential-to a successful
comic opera. Be that as It may, there
Is no one to deny that it Is very pretty
and - very pleasing; that there Is an
abundance. of beautiful musical numbers,
and that It provides enough laughs for
any ordinary person. .
A big audjence was delighted with the
production at the Marquam last night
Miss Aids Hemml, as Letltla, was In
her customary voice good and gave a de
lightful interpretation. She was heartily
encored in several numbers,- her duet
with Carl-Haydn, To Call Thee Mine,"
calling for repeated encores. - :--
Upon Miss- Florence Slnnott the- sou
brette, falls a large part of the responsi
bility of the piece. She is charmingly
vivacious In the part of Dolly Varden,
and scored a personal triumph. The 1
In to an official -tatement Issued fa
there were 4,14. union officers and Ltiy?r m.ucn JRJ? 2&n?VEL
z.hi men Jtuiea in natue. Tb num
w. v . ji.j a. i a I nrsteidhnt. eii a t ttej or
There's no sunshine like the sunshine dents and other causes - was sbout I and substantially It is a fact witn some
which this month has made Its 160,000, of which ,00 were officers. 1 canneries, ana coia storage ;-
own. v - In the Confederate armies there were Ing a little petter aavaniage sn me oiw
. . t ' , I altogether ' something over 1. 000.000 I ers.
Oh, there's no t.me like the June-time, men; acoounta do not agree. The Con-
maae or nappiness ana noneyj icuenu nucrnuiciii araura uroon iu
Then it's sorrow to the backtround Persons , capable of bearing arms Into
and reloiclns- to the fore, j, ' tne armies.
her days are sweet and sunnv-
, Oh; there's no time like the June-
,. , time, oest ana blest forevermore.
Eleanor c Hull in Llpplncotts.
This xDate ; In History. ,
1423 English defeated French and
Scots at Crevant : : : .
1496 Columbus returned to Spain to
meet tne enarges or nis enemies.
.17t7:?ea Jonaon. English poet born.
uieu imi.. ,
167!- Peter the Great of Ruaala hnm
1696 James Keith, 'field marshal of j which will go to Mount Hood. Is secur-
rreaericK tne ureat, norn in Scotland, mg private, rignts or way. jtia.
Mount Hood Road,
Portland, June 10. Jo
The journal uouid you please inform money
me If the proposed Mount Hood electric I try
road will traverse the section line road,
and oblige ':,mf ..'-.-v ,,'V.i A READER.
No franchise has been granted on the
section line road by the county. The
franchise within the city to the section
line road has been forfeited by failure to
f ive a $50,000 bond. It la reported that
he Mount Hood electrlo road Is doing
nothing while the Portland Eastern roa
Denostta subject ' to -J check to the
amount of S191.76S.26. anT time de
posits amounting ' to ,
nth,, annatta Amountlnsr to t82.348.S0
aHnirether mnkina 1276.737.86 In cash
na , deposits In the First National bank,
the Editor of Bhow plainly, that there Is plenty or
please Jnform money In Burns and surrounding coun-
Killed at Hochkirch. October 14. 17K
1727 Oeorse I Of Knsrland AlnA tnA
Oeorire II ascended the throne.
1861 Mrs. Humnhrav Wa rA nnvall.t
1894 Great London h nirllrn ,..
tied,' :-i " " V" "
1895 ,Biitlsh Bechuanalanit ' inn,il
to Cape Colony. ... s
vt18u91,,T President , MeKlnley visited
Nashville Centennial exposition. -1900
Chancellor of the Jananaa la.
gatlon asnasalnated in Pekin. ,
1901 William D. Jelka bMim b-a.
ernor of Alabama, on the death of Gov
ernor Samford. - . , ,:
1906 Publio schools, with Tialf mu.
lion pupils, were pened in the Philip
pines. , ,
. .y. -... M ; ,.i,.a. . i .;. ,( ( y
Fortunate Northwest Cities.
From the Pacifie Christian Advocate.
The people -of this northwest hava
cause , for . gratitude and pride on ac
count of the high character of the men
Who are at the heads of the varimia
city governments or this region. - The
mayors of Spokane. Seattle and Port
land have shown, themselves men of in
tegrity and noble character. Eacif man.
in his place, has revealed the fact that
ne nas piven care nil attention to the
terms of his oath and has atrtvan tn
execute th laws to the , very best of
his ability, .All honor to the two may
ors More of Spokane, and Seattle.,, and
to Mayor Lane of Portland. Theaa
are of different political parties, -but
party pun no ana puiioiea nave no place
tn the administration of the affairs Of
a city, and each- of these men haa an
deavored to administer the business of
the cities of whioh he Is mayor in such
a way as to bring credit to the city and
comfort and prosperity ' to the Inhabi
tants thereof. ... . -. - i
Haa Nothing to lose ;
Portland.' June 8. To the Editor of
The Journal orchard s story is a very
natural one. He does his best to save
his own life. Of course, he hag nothing
to lose but the gallows.
From the Baker City Democrat v
From all points, east and west the
warning Is being sent out to the people
to provldo, If possible, against a fuel
famine' the coming winter..; That , eoal
will be bard to get 1 at this time abso
lutely certain and the only way to pro
vide against suffering next winter is
to lay in wood.
.The coal dealers of 'Baker City, and
the Democrat! has interviewed them
all, give the people no assurance of be
ing able to serve but a small part of
their patrons -and they all advise the
purchase - of wood. They have orders
in to the mines dating back to last win
ter that are not yet filled. No attention
is being paid to late orders and what to
do they are at a loss to know,
One firm Is endeavoring to . arrange
for the shipment here of M00 tons per
month of anthracite coal - but , as yet
are not very much encouraged that they
will be able to be supplied.
. The fuel situation this early In the
season Is very direful and the Democrat
gives this pointer: v . - -
Buy cordwood now and prepare for
the worst; If coal comes later on so
be It. If you have wood you are safe.
If you procrastinate you may find your
ell later pa In a pitiable condition, ,
"An East Bide Bask for Zest
:.. Bide Peope., ,
N taking care of your?;
weekly or monthly mis
cellaneous expenses, don't
' fall i to set sside some
part of your salary which
shall go to your savings ac
count and make It your first X
' duty to see that ft Is de-
posited to your credit 'With
our company. One ,, reason
why, so many people fail to
save IS that-no definite plan
of action Is ever sdopted.Try
this one. and we feel sure the .
'Only regret you will have la .
that you did not start soon
On Savings Accounts and Time
Certificates . . compounded
JCKOTT AJTP WTXIOAKS ATM .
George W, Bates
J, R Blrrel.