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OF THE eTQUEMMa
t i a 1 i r v-m l
rpXJl? TT XT A T aM would rattl aad teeth I llor the Democrat! nominees ar.
J. All J V-ZVJCVIN XXJUj chatter. Th icy Mr. Aldrfch would the better men. ' Perhap. they will.
oou become heated, tad other frigid Wi hone so. We would like to tee 1 tiooa are qual to the best la this ready hare hundreds or carloads
pay ' for . distinction and exclusive-(both bjr Irrigation and .uecessfully. Qll'!!-- v.rmn - A T J
.; the second class accommoda: too. by dry-land farming, They 1- Sentence Ecrmonfl A Sermon tor I pd
av iwDifKNDEKT K.wsr ape, r l aoon Become neatea, ana other trig Id we hope eo. we would xe to see iion. are quai to we beat in this ready nave nunareas oi csrroaas i - - By nnry r . Cope.
' ' 11 'L.l-.. a.M -...i I . . i M If liMnfifm 'tk. IVI.J '.t... I- .. M 1. I 1-... i anl vat afta alt I Everr duetrlna tnnat Drove ltialf by
a JiHtwa. . , rubllftMf 1 4 w w u.u ui ma vut fuiu ycr-ieven mors jhiiiucu luuoyouuoui-.r vwhi j uiuu viobb im usou viiaiocu wi iivmuii I dolna- . . ,'
r-MM4 ever. rotg t Bnean "Pirauon. . tn. , rwigeraiea . old the Democrats prove unwonny, vote, to. great majority oi tne people, tneir ton ana eacrmc. - m swu , "JL, L.a. iue ,nt ail tfiti i.'Wohn i w " it" u,u"
ffV2 5ite"oi: chamber did not speedily become a them out. We will help do that. too. and th. far. for tht. class is about 20 faith, their atuff la of little worth be- wSSt U rN4 r" "TtUERB are m.ny wto think they
' ."av, . o, err furnace, tha hlatory of the man If we are for the under do. It U per cent below I cenU a mile: '4 ',1 ?: cause there la no raUroad to carry m . llft' !,.JB, Iiifuan. : I SSllVhl! riIi?UiL' "f0? ;
ltotn4 tb portofn t Forttaad. Or i wvUv . ... , .. . ..-".-.j . , . .. - - -l , .v. i v.. I'"?1 Wwnf una an , causa they cannot ba content with
, tMMBiMiM lnnBi im aMiw m hum 1 iu iu uuiw huum lis ! wuntt pecaUSO tne aoc on lop aenorTc i ' Air exoreaa la handled AlvMr k ll llflj, l bo cetinui; iu mo mw ourasn. ,. . .
iluuuu. tuut wuuiu urn wreciuiK I iau ana a cniwmi-UD iuiuboii.. a m iaiTwaia v.. ro on Druuuuni iuti wa m iivw ; nniv a - t.u. Miana n a
" " iAr ifiriflniPM FiwaffAMH a a i hva. H...aiAi.ii fM a mnnn I . ' . . i -t mrmm hi. rna viir arrai:
' an 'tHM-ti meM ar-tku " r'-v- w- iwu-.wui vv - - auoBiajary companies, . xraina arei,lou 'v " ;
t iu tb wwrawr on 4ortBt yo wqt. I tempt tor senatorial courtesy that thing:. There Is nothing sacred about aim0st lnrarlably punctual ' Prelght I Wayt Harrlman." s , ; ; v
"roaaion AJ)TtanBiMo airaxaawTATiTi would Jar i senatorial whiskers nd a political party. "Indeed, It is usu- rates ayeraaa hieher in thia AAuntrr. Aa waa told in The Journal yea-
?ttntry el,nt- : lt not Ionf la wer UU U dMer Uut this U because the ayerage . haul teday, the agency plains alone will
; New' Truths for New Dayg.?
By Henry F. Cone, . .
The tptrlt of truth ihafl guide you
Brnaawlrk Build I u. UB Firta
Xorkt Trlbaa aulldi&c. umik -
Sebirrtirttaa TWw r xD ear M
U tk I'slkW BUM, Cimae e atoxic. .
. t - DAILI. !..!
Oae yaer... t o f Un enath. ....
I would be better than a circus in the to be kicked. out
entertainment it would afford, and
Is much shorter. Paasengera are tar I raise about 100 carloads of wheat.
aj entertainment it would afford, and '' v- l mort nfi n nrm ,. on Amr.lwirh mut be hanled by teams BO
better than a' moral waye in the I LIKE THE SCRIPTURAL SOW. lean trains. "The German roads miles to Shaniko. There are also!
ut viewa held by their father.
v f The facte on which the faith of
the i ' past waa ' based ; hay ; eome
into lla-ht sa that tha nft
The auraat t ImnnviHih the 1 .u
heart I. to set it on rloh:" 7 , 10
The atrlklnt Sermon If the one that M orwn ultimately to call tbem fables.
ro4 lnetea of a ft Ids.
Oae yar.,......tt.M I Od eMrth...
' - naitr akd scndat. . ,
Oae rr... 91.60 I Om aoata.,.....'.
' ! If you hays built castles In -
: the air your work : need not
be lost; that Is I where; they
should be V built; now put
foundations ' under them. 4
good ifwould bring.
But. ' best of all. It i ,Mr. Bryan
I should , be elected president, and If
Mr. Roosevelt were In, the senate.
what a team! ; Rooseyelt, admirer
HE MORNINO paper of Port
land, that for a long time pre-
carry annuallyr', oyer "06,000,000 fine oats, and barley, and alfalfa.
passengers, compared with leas than and hardy fruits, hundreds of car-
hits the other sinner hard,
'J"ew thtnas , choice sympathy quicker
than eherlahed sorrows. . ' . .,,
'- All the treasure houses of truth open
to the master key of sincerity, ' u
v... I ...v. a .imti.. .... mt,a ai; The man with
a . : i
a not heaa evens up
The attempt to answer the oueationa
of . the .clear eyed modern sclentuo
mind by accusing It of Inherent an-
tagonlam to religion la cheap and lnef- ;
feotual. There are honest doubtere who
at the same, time are earnest seekers
after truth, who desire the best, who .
are willing to pay any prloe for per
sonal character and social rlfhteousnesa.
vIt Is becauss such men are, honeat that
they refuse to be bound by. creed they,
cannot Indorse. No greater loss eould ;
come to character
w anaii act and
than to Insist that
eaK a ue in order
that the body of religious teaching shall
remain undisturbed. The heresy we moat
through that body Bryan policies of
the future, would be a combination
Incomparable. :. '''. v. '
WHY DELAY OPENINO " THE
! ,' t RIVERS? -i ' ;
rV-ZZ ... ..;r: 7S0.000.60ft In the United States, rat loads of surnlus Droducts from thlsL .Pnjy LAn l sfrald f
tenaea to.iayor. tna primary i .. . - , - - " r... ' . r J Dem P90' aecome ncn.
law aaria rflaa-ntaas I BUUIBW OI paSSengera KIUa u I UW pan VI V1UU tuuui; mivuv, uvi
what teami ; Rooseyelt. admirer . ' t mi' . w. , Oermany-iiV only ' pne-fltth
and promoter of Bryta poltcl . of ..riv'-r: killed to Ch United Stata-. . it will not have paid these indus-
the jpast. in the senate to ; jam 1 TTy H tr, ,. ' VJtrious. enterprising, worthy people to L..E!?. !?.TOP!'
turenor to subscribe to statement meter, despatch' than here. Kg- raiw it. WhyT. Harrlman. 'l:
No. 1. thereby promising to obey theirr"" cnargeg are mucn .iower, aDouii inw . room up i,usr iur vou. i giver; as loves a giver of good cneer.
m ... . ... I a A a amm mam a-M 4 A A I 1iAn..tiil. A tiat .tnlll WArttlV I" V '
rnrasaaia win or tnt mtaniaL net it in vl a wu ver uuig iui ivv iiviwuii ut tuuuaouun v ,uuuv T
wants the old convention system ofGermaa railways stipulate to move prosperous people where there are
.. .j I rAamlar frf rhr nnt laaa than 89 tnllAi nniv hundreds todav. Why are the
, aastsamaBBSaBBa B a. ia-a v arvww aT 1 . I I A aJlsl WDrlQ wlll-f l7JvuIXiej DraUVIAUI Sgefflti . . w wws w v-
PEW of our very Republican officers revived, notwithstanding Its the distance is not over 124 people not there. i they are in east- weuoU. fV?.?; gn5!Uveda? V&t
conUmporarles , are occasion- exposure at ue game, time ot tnat " ;- - Kyo cannot find Ood m-folks oa "But do' these' divergencies mesn that
cal of The Journal because, U 00 2. it says, "one set of bosses waa
to fear Is that which blatantly,
g while at heart fear-1
la tltia . . 4
... . ?L nrtlon In' religion Js so-
eusing the new of treason to faith and V
VOTERS AND PARTIES.
Tea never will make muoh headway the new is accusing the old of bllndnees
going at things with the head alone. t0 V'.?-,. VVhen the father m4mii tlie
-,:. ; : 'Believe this or be los4.''tAeWit :
This world only become beautiful as fnmSaUlt rath?r wPuid vSv
... .. y . v. i .. in COm DSnyx With truth ant hnn..i ,t
l HE people need open rivers. r alhr rather aarcastlcally crltl- system. In the state convention of mat aiBtanca. , in una coumry mucn wasnmgion torg- so r i "e x wm i , m wanor the modern mind muet give
.t.t. -i.a v t,v hsot. rtsavs. AM-Mt of h..M'Ws. freight do5s not move over 30 or Oregon? Harrlman. . . , ?X &lKllT&J"&tM-
V ' Open rivers wlU bring about they' say. while it advocate, non- Pttted against another; in the usual even 20 mllern day. f fc -Our commercial bodies
'i i ... I . .. I m. - -i . j - j ' .ni Th Prnaafsn atata rallrAala have I orrantzatlons. and even the railroads I set around . them. .. . tion: it nruwa n ... 7i
iwer u-auw eoiriw. parusananip on some occasions, it '-. "ir . "'uuw " . . ' . :.: . . . " , . s I in in hi tha ;:.V.J:',iL"",;"
WithlowercostfortransportaUon always or. usually supports Demo- Prta of the state. One set had to been In operation-tor many years, tnemseives. are inviting immigrants Bln, w,.nM. m ths basement ;on. finds also standing "'tVfore T the
there wm be greater development to cratie rather -than Republican cani wln to the conyentlon; the other had eome ot.them over 60 years, and have and pointing among other parts o .yaerup in o,th. parlor when w. a'oVo
all ltoet;-v'H-.rr.. -,r; dldatesj and they say its object is to lose, and the get that won was always paid fair rate of interest on Oregon to these extensive , central ....... tmMM.A ' StfyoneDeffiSrSu
Fre onen river, will frea th. r, iZZT! lluLI .ZJ. Z Z at least as good as the set that lost." the investment.; besides a sufficient Oregon plains , and forests , and woW.Vt?.h ffitttSiWh1
short trolley lines from river points
. to the interior country and thus en
able the 'people to "fly with their
SOmethina- romnlpla n.i .,m..v..n.
f1b,.'.?nc or u delivered to the saints, v
But they forgot how different was truth.
f JJ?7 iaw frona u" vision aa given '
to their forefathers. Every age tends to ;
look upon ItsWf as the final oal and on -Its
views as tue -last poselble suts-
e a . .. . I I r k. a . m a. a at i enm tA iSaat t aam avwt fai esattn rMiiTejTiAvi I Ttk T wnu mna innwinr nnmMMnn I ioh iuibb.
p. irom ma exaction! or in Irani- Democratic candidates. ien 90 " naa D9m Bom or many - v w.ivuw., .vM.v-...v-, ov-, r- , . .
Dortatlon comDanlM whoti imIIav f f 4 . ' v rein. Only th Interest of the Considering all theae facta, Mr. what chancel there are, how thou- some foike think ihey muit have a
lu J??Z extntirbTllnnnd LSSr. 0.Tt "it U aiaMt im. d. upon thousand, of home, can rifraJ "
bear. ? , f -,LX .S? J?J5?!S L l" beneficiaries, . was considered; the possible to give a good reason why be secured cheaply, but when these .
wpea nvera wouio Dimg ; aDOUt n hm--,. t. . nra er mwests srerej lorgowen, - . 'I : . " . l siana suu. put it is a great sin to Tet how cUariv do, th. w
" -r v . JJrS. j,: :. ignored, trampled urider foot. Finally hould prove a failure in this conn- in farming, on lands 100 miles or ao euner wnen oatus or wor awsus ua u, that our vision of truth ii Tsvel chaliW:
7. .3' l Kft r avan in enSugh Republlcana ' became wearily try." Tet we can see differences be- more from a railroad, we cannot R.naion is a plant than soon perishes
22f l is2 ahUd be tree Kted with both th. factions to tween Wcountry and Germany- honesUy tell them that they can do trou tryto .u.tajn .ticking it
own wing" dolng much for them-K, ch - hl. tart- Jurt M oftea M beat . candidate for governor, and . l0" ta.t uieyiweea.
aeivea mat now they depend upon v. v.M frftm i,na. r.BdM BBi tnis w taiaea or m a great calamity. . wU..uC., -7-
others do for them. V V . r - it was about the best thing, concluding that we could safely ana twenty years, work ana wait witnout
yjw.vw, -v...b. - 1, laaflT imltatt nArmanv. with re- dne reward. WhyT Harrlman.
and thought that Ms party haa got r.u""u""'.' . " -.. Conflict.
fraiV baa falln I Bll'not Ior an3r Prty.in partlCU-1 Bru w autfww uujmuuu uw I ....wviw., w,
" " " - I, a.. I ! ri I wa faal riMlo-o1 tn una. tMi "nn.
offer to in-1 desirable citizen" so much. A large
Hymbo to Know
Self-reliance is a great virtue.
To secure open rivers the people,
acting through v their , commercial ,ntl v. i,.B(ia anfl the other nartv Iar Dat ,or tne PePle M whole, raised Mr. Oberg says:
i bodies wfll hve to exert themselves, mfgnt do no oi At last Oregon got a man for gov- tl.1 hatuchsTysten:
demand of their public aervanta aeii- ... t . ernor who Vas free to look sauarely "TA I. .1.1
lis B Uiau . UCiua a. .lojiuuntou v ... . . ..... buduu apa-unnia ma i wvum nw mw i . . . it,. ....
ous and strenuous work.- The LmM.tt , Dit m. tnrongtt tnlck at'its affairs and deeply into them. WMrr t0 couM not be carried o hhM n ufaa' bl,ht fo lt
poration nose is in this business andlf .v.. lv Jand to bring about very valuable without eomiptioa. We. as Amertcans, six years at least because of this one
. the corporation finger 1. pointing the I hgjf ja the sense that he would be "frms, especially in the hitherto
i , .uiu vu. puuuu wTTiK , CtUloMe or ProtesUnt to reli
fey Samuel Johnson.
(Samuel Johnson. Salem, Mass., 1SSI
North Andover, Msss., 1882) was the
miniatar tar a number of veara of an
indeed, all Oregon I Independent church In Lynn. He
praparea a dtdph wniit in w uitiii-
liy acnooi ai utmonaga, wnn ui
help of his classmate, Samuel Long-
In too many Instances. Our congros-
rotten state land business.
But the primary system, the morn-
aional delegation ta not entirely free 1- that an Ins paper thinks, is worse than the
; m;?e eretem when the people were the
majority tt eases, nnder averaae clr-Tlctlm of first one and tnen another
either by birth or free choice, if we are
true to ths Ideals of our country and of
oar ancestors, ought to be too proud to
confess that we f ear that there could
hot be enough nonesty found among us
to conduct public property In an honsst
way. It does at times look difficult
I and discouraging. But let us remember
man, tne deadliest enemy in tne
shape of a single mortal that a state
ever had, In all history Harrlman.
fellow. This hymn, with Its call for feels compelled to doubt thlnss-ft lathi
brave facing of life's duties and dangers, religion o5 the honest. oDenVou Id" un!
r?H-veiV".,Lai? 'or truth and the trans-
ifaf Inn nr that . a. a. 1 1 .
type of hymn. It Is sung often to the character and llvin." ' ' "nown ,n,
tune "Katnourn."; if the settlns of the faca tew.rA r,,K
tnaana K.. li .1 .
ogy It also
iKJn-0'"0.6 ot today win be large
ly the folly of tomorrow. Truth, in any
wwiHf wnuaa Boundaries
He ever before us, whose geography
eaoh age must write anew. Truth Is
a road, not a terminue; a process of
search ., and cot the thing discovered
He only Is religious really who opens
nJrt and mind to the increasing vision '
' truth.-ln whom religion is not a cut
and dried, fixed and unchanging phil-
Jlift wh0 " lB . method "mwk
motive for living, a process of adjust
ng himself to all his world in the full
llsht ot all the truth that can come to
him. , , ,
li ' ft.H",on 'op thB nin
must denv thfnaa that mm
E?tl'LllJ,t'iionJ ''. sn who
I : time," end th. railroad corporations,
: whose interests would be effected by
t open rivers, ; are acting ' upon.' this
principle. - They are exerting them
' selves to delay the opening of the
rivers and several - of the : servants
of the people are aiding them In the
..work. t ,
; The people must awake and help
themselves; must demand and exact
The exact cause, or cause., of the
telegraphers' strike are not known
that wa ar. net obTlr. to alect onlv P- - MOM. r.present
corporation lawydrs to our public of
fices. Let us remember that when the
publlo Owns Its transportation systems.
Procrastination is th. thief of I t - ant of TtnnMlcftn tmsflAS and nollti
. 1 cumsMMiceB, suvvurv, ."; v cofc, i - '
the nominees of the minority party, clans. . Its- chief grievance aeems to
Party politics is "pretty bad at beat, be that Chamberlain waa reelected
and the narty that Is In Is alwaya by a greater majority under the prt- the greatest corrupting factor in Amert-
for the time worse than th. party mary system than under the old boss J'
that is out If a newspaper can help ..m. But this happened because J-
to equalize or nearly balance , the t-namoeriain naa maae gooa, ana tor Justice, m a greater measure at least
parties, so as to make it necessary I the people knew it and, wanted him than is at present possible.
or jpolitlo ' for them to nominate and r anotner rour yeara. Tney wantea
elct their best men. it would render him, regardless of his politics, for
. a..4M : .pA t itnaaWfcan it Dreclaely the reaaon that the Ore-
faithful performance from their pub- he,pi d,Tld0 tne efflce, between the gonlan 4besn't want him, or a man
parties, which Is only a falr eault- like himbecause in tne perrorm
ab1e division of the honors and nce of his official duties he has
. I a . j. a. I . . bvmw arw - st w 1 LU1
spoils. AbstracUytt Is unjust. for snown up some 01 tne rascality ot . KrottacnnltL ,.d DartIoa. Ltrlr..
Onward. Christian, though ths region
wnere xnou art do orear ana tone:
Ood hath set a guardian legion
very near tnee press tnou oni
By the thorn road, and none other,
ra tne mount 01 vision won:
?--n.! .1"aklnff through ancient theoi-
"wiu msan cringing
iu iace wun tne infinite. It is a .ood
. I t aa k,sb piVUIII Wit T J BJ I VII wrVMa
tlves Of the two sides to the contro-1 Tread Is without shrinking, brother I
versy do not agree. If the tele
graph companies' story Is true, the
strike Is unjustifiable. .But the
leaders of the strike tell another
story, or rather aay they will have
nut in tall In thai nwn Mma that I While It needs thee. O. no lonser
... . . I Pray thou for thy quick release.
nut yuv a. uuicicuv iaca wa luw iaab-i
Jesus trod It press thou on!
By thy1 trustful, calm endeavor.
Ouldlna. eheerlnsr. like the sun.
Earth bound hearts thou shalt deliver;.
v, xor ueir saae, preas tnou oni
Bs this world the wiser, stronger.
f or my me or pain ana peace;
11 servants, particularly their tepre
senUUves In the legislature and in
congress. There is 1 where the cor
porate influence is all powerful and
where Is don. th. work of prevent
ing the opening of the rivers. The
"WUlamett. river should be free to
v navigation within a year or two, and
ter. While awaiting information It
may be in order to remark that if the
P0S8I- government owned and operated the
ARRIMAN some more,
bly some of the censure Ore- telegraph business of the country
goniana are bestowing on Har- there would ,be no strikes of;opera-
nman ' snouia ' oe aivertea to 1 tors. unci. Bam s emsloyes never
we- A 4 B X. JI '
a party composed ot nearly half or Republican bosses and officeholders. .MrTfl-t0
.-t tM and stood ftrmlv on srnard arainst "'T-" "u w
r!:"".r"!:.VrvT " Bchwenn. -.But, It is supposed and The owner and. driver ot theauto-
nav. no oiiices, no voice) ju uu ' ,
Pray thou. Christian, dally, rather.
That thou be a faithful son: j
Br the prayer of Jeeus "Father.
Not my will, but thine, be donet
Large and Small Tract.
From the Hubbard Herald.
Holders of large traots of land Would
realise more for their property, and
will mean bringing us face
thins to loss tha avmhnl If -T
tor the subsUnce. The hea'rt of
man cries-out for the reality .that . lias
back of all our words and for the Trea"
11m; ..uur "vinnes -in oeeos. ' t '
..When the test of trouble comes., when
earth is a desert and the heavens are
prssa, we find our refreshing, we find
ths real resources of religion not In
doctrinal statements, not In formal
creeds, but In that creed which expe
rience has written on our hearta, In the
consciousness of an eternal love not
demonetrated by logic, In the sense of
tne unitv - or aurmivM-imi
with the Infinite and divine. . -
EverV da V mut hava itm ....
! Ii1rsing visions of truth, but back
of all lies truth Itself. T the reality
upon which . our fa t h.r.
and the unfalllna: sprlnss where they
were refreshed and the glowing visions
that led them on. In that reality lies ,
every man s religion. ,
Th. Elimination of lido.
rmm' VauIi.'. a. ... -
meet With quicker sales by cutting their Wuns Hennry Beamua had a dor witch
holdings up Into small tracts, it Is a ; had , .
mlstaka of holders of large tracts that Bum fleese and uther things almoast
(iioir yruinrir mcrei&aca lu Vftiua I . . wu
nowhere denied that Harrlman Is the mobile that ran oyer and perhaps h5" ? their holding it or because of And hardly-enny hare becaws it woar
h.. th. ,. hih..t W. m.mL. I 7m' VZtZ tfJR ba Wj3a9 Au!! ? !? kratchun on th kltchui !
. . m. .i..m . VI. I ' A - 1 .1 . I I
' . - - v I - - ' - I noas. rn man nisTnasr nn.. na coma 1 rataiiv ininmii an mat. irai . o.n. k..,,.. .11 vmi. ,.. 1
ha -. a I . lovergrown hog hav. all the corn and tenv if we do not much mistake the reu-v the sltnation with a word waa .lriir ttarW the price of land advances. The owner When Hennry-s mother did not look
the Columbia and Snak. rlversf..,,; . -ii-htir smaiiar but 1 r.Hmn of th wnM ha ' situation witn a wora, evening was clearly utterly lncom- of a amui tract tms his land more and tt uinw aia not 100a,
yr.iA - ' . SWUl, and a Sllgntiy smaller OUt a sentiment Of the people, WOUld be th. hMrr Infinhns. eenlil t t h.r,la it,. ahla h. thoroushlv than tha owners of lare-e Wood barrV ho... 1. .- m
good deal leaner hog get nonet far more disastrous to the party that ,,fln((t th. hilrht. on flron. . . t ' Z .11 lrzlhJ,"? "1UnlI i'-L L.. bit T. '
I - - S o I s a waavwia ew j ev wv waa sil yviuvu VI aeaaiu 4 aa v w UCI I V U. ay I 7A4JIif-r' WUZlai OZ) HIM TTXIYlZ TftTTn
minute. If he would. But h. won't, public thoroughfare.. It la curious m" 'b- 15; Kood nor-.,t down' from neln bit. you
At least he hasn't. And ther. Is If man who drives 6n. of these ma- 'our or flvs times aa much land. Ths see xrora pem bit, you
should b. . open - from JLewiston to
the sea within three to four years.
Only the Indolence of th. people, aa
represented 'by : their commercial
' bodies and their official servants,
, .will prevent It.
'.. Portland should awake to her op
portunity and thus bring about a re
sult that means more to' her than
any other ten . things within her
reach,' which guarantees an enlarge
ment of her empire and a vast in
crease In her trade. Importance, pop
ulation and position, as the leading
city of the Northwest pacific coast
- But will sh. do it? - - Will she
gTrasp the opportunity, or will she
alt supinely by and let it sllpf
K what will the answer bcT
Aside from any national questions I brought it about than the primary
or policies, the Republican party in I system ot plurality nominations by
Oregon and In Portland needed dla- th. people We think the great ma-
clpllnlng. Under either faction of Jority of them have no sympathy
that party thinga were not well man- whatever with this movement to re-
aged for the people's Interests. 1 A I turn practically to old conditions.
great many if not most Republicans
wiU acknowledge this. The majority GERMAN
of the people, Including necessarily
a great many Republicans, thought
so, for they twice elected a Democrat
for governor and another Democrat
for mayor of Portland. Trying them
once as a protest against Republican
mlsgovernment, they reelected them
on their good records.
STATE ; RAILROADS.
. , . . I owner of the small .tract having given
no assurance, nor even any very chines over a person because he does his land thorough cultivation, the result
good prospect, that he will.
The service, both by land and
water, between here and Ban Fran
cisco, has been wretched, insuffi
cient, neglectful and discriminating
N VD3JW of the discussion of tmhJ for years, and Is constantly growing
He ownership of railroads In this wo- BCflWBrin .ww no "ore coma iieager,
not know enough to back or imftl..
is notin Mywnrresponslble for the hj Pope .whc 't m. "3!
results Of his Ignorance. , He Should I there are more taxpayers to help pay
I ha ,a t . Il..ll.m 1 necesBary 10 seep , coumy ana
w vw m u.wi.ivn. ' r I arata tnanhlnarv tnnnln ftha wcalf map
man sometimes, tr some scheme, man
aging to dodge and not pay his full
Which maid a fuss In
To tie it up for fear he would go mad.
And Hennry had to 'give his dog away.
But everywares he went h wood not
For he luvd Hennry so, and he wood
A new boan hoam and howl like every-
CO MB IN A-1
I X em
The Public, pf Chicago, on "Pub
llo Ownership of Railroads In Eu
rope," by Erik Oberg, Is Interesting.
That they We summarize his recent article on
are Democrats doesnt scare the peo- German state failroada, which com-
ple a bit. And it would be a very P8 tne greater part or the rail
good thinf for "both parties and for d of at least the Prussian portion
an the people If nearly half, at least, f tae empire.
of the members of , the next leglala- Service is divided fhto three and
HE LATEST from' Washington ture were Democrats. ; It is well to on some railroads, into four classes.
that Mr. Roosevelt, at the have a legislature rather evenly Dai- ine urst ana secona classes are ai-i
end of his presidential term anced politically.. Nearly everybody most the same, except that the first
wants to be made annar- frnm asrees with this proposition, ab- class is more exclusive. The third
New York, to succeed Piatt. Why stractly considered. Then why this class Is thoroughly comfortable,
; nottThe change would be a heavy to-do about electing a few Demo- much better, for Instance, than the
gain for the senatorial bodr Piatt crats. as if that would cause the Harrlman service this side of Green
is the opposite of what is wanted heavens to fallf river. The. fourth class is 'mainly
Uhero. He Is of the type of sena- But The Journal is not endeavor- for peasants and tradesmen with pro
ctorial, chair-warmers with whth tha in to eet voters to elect. Democrats duce, and is furnisfled on some
senate has long been overcrowded, merely because they are Democrats, freight trains. "The 'accommoda-
He is a corporationist, and his hand nor doe. The Journal suppose It tlons ot German passenger trains are
Is always lifted to further corporate could accomplish anything appreda- decidedly superior to those in France
Interests. H. and his kind have ble in that direction if it tried. What and Italy, and are not equaled any-
steered the country Into an era of The Journal Is trying todo is to where, except In the Scandinavian
corporation domination, "for which get people to think, to reason, : to countries and by Pullman gervlce in
tne masses pay a dreadful price. His observe, to analyse," to study, to put fine unitea states.
successor, whatever his character aside unreasoning prejudice, to-Del The first class fare ranges from
might be, could not be more com-'patrtotlo rather than partisan, not
either to support or get scared at a
candidate because of a party name;
but to vote, regardless of party; for
the men: whom they honestly , and
Intelligently . believe will , best nerve
the people. , r ' :'.!'' "
Because The Journal is dfini this
some ot th. thick-and-thin organs
are alarmed, are censorious, ar. sar
castic: they Jfear . than lot; of Re-
publican, are going to keep on vot
ing for Democrats U 'the Votere be-
viriutt luuivnuisu, mi uia J. a- i snara oz taxes i. xne neceaaarv imnrova. i - . . .. . . . ...
. v. .ments maae on small tracts to makelln ii ..V tZtL il
Bay the dividend. OrhomB. inPrft..a tha demand- for amiLll n1 .,'.. ? plurs tried to poysen it, It:
country,-, series of articles in about PortIand tban he doe- aDon I tpproxlmately IS per centwhlch the ftou at, .dvanced price, overland in 2$.;
Scappoose. Is there nothing that Harrlman lines have been paying are
the people of thla city can do to com- enough." , Right they are, no doubt,
pel merely a decent and tolerable but what the managerg, of th. Har
recognition of its Interests with re- riman lines are -looking at is the
spect to these lines of traffic? How (profits of the lumbermen.
long is Portland going to suffer in
convenience and embarrassment and I Since the people have to make
loss and insult at the hands of this J light of kerosene. Standard Oil,
The Way It Read. 1'
The editor of a little western paper
was In the habit of cheering up his
subscribers dally with a column of
short : pertinent comments on their
town, - their habits, and themselves.
The department on . account of Its in
timate personal flavor waa the most
popular tning in tne paper.
ha editor, aa ha aaw It
remaps wnen tne wnicn has a monopoly or the stuff, ryor, graauauy auowea
. . . .. I ' I wldnr and wldap la.tltitda
himself . ' a
Hill road is completed the conditions can make light, ot , fines, how.ver mkrls, "ntnK
will be changed. But If a change heavy. ' ,1i,aLm.f.0.n3ecturln wnat
can be forced sooner it should be
done. ," ' -
to ear next"
On a hot day, when the simoon whls-
uea gauy up tne streets or tne town
pletely' unfaithful to the welfare of
As a senator, Mr, Roosevelt would
be a widely different type. , No cor
poration own. him. Harrlman paid
Ifi price and thought he did, but
f j IK 1 to get the goods.; It cost
j:00,000. but'hen th. king of high
fl-.anco crnd his box, it was a gold
Ttlck. V.'::h his Impetuosity " and
rerr.on.nl power, Mr, Roosevelt would
i.. a tavs ti. 8. chamber on its mettle..
2.4 to 8.C4 cents per mile, the aver
age being. 3.2 cents. The second
class tare . runs from 1.8 to 2.67
cents,;averagd about 2.4. The third
class passengers ride for 1.6 cents,
and the fourth class for about .8 of
cent, per mile. For commutation
travel near Berlin the fares are: For
$ rnlies d class, 4 cehti ; 3 d class,
2.5 cents; (for 8 miles,, 8 - and 5
centsj t for ii ;miles, 18 and 7.5
centj; for 28 miles, 24 audit cents.
The rates for first-class are high, to
oratts - . nirf'
As Hennry shood be cunnlsht when
. they . kept
A dog that onley howld and never slept.
And one day Hennry found him layen '
All curled up in the kornur of the shed
As peaceful as kood be, to howl no
moar, . , .
Mutch butlfuller than he was befoar,
And me and Bedd and Hennry1 Beamu. 1
,,. drug .'. . v . .
Him over by the crick and then we dug
A grave for, him, and Hennry Beamus
A prare, and put a hedstoan at his
And Henrry's eyes was full of teers,
- becaws : .
Hs noo how .good and fatheful his dog ;
Norway'. Good Example.
Uncle Sam has dropped On to the I depositing everywhere Its burden of
And there Is central Oregon. Mr. sure way of preventing Cuban revo- 5?nVt.dUo? l'eu,ht torh thl" 8"tm
Jefferson Myers told The ; Journal lutlons staying down there and! "AU the windows along Main' street
recently and many others say the spending all the Cuban treasury's The next Tmoraing h. was waited on
'-. ' I oy piatoon oi indignant, ciusens WfiO I ' The Norweo-lan atrtrthi ha
l 1 confronted him with , tha' nararranh 4n v lam Norwegian StOYthlng. has
the franchise upon women who
compositor . and Informed him fiercely are over the age of 2 ( years and who
that he had sone too far. "After a I 'ij . i .A.
Umatilla county which Is now sup- the common people object" to. bM&iMnitM Ua" h aml"
piymg vu iittrnmau ruu wuu iroia getting ncn, tnrougn tne operation t ,nowt reaa ', ...
an ka h,,hai. .n haa L .... a. -.1 ' ''All the. widows along . Main street
. . Vw - w.w i vi. uuiusv . iawa. vr ; m , tumsuuu ui I neea wasmng
same that there are vast areas of money.
rich farming land in southern Crook
county, as good as tnat in eastern it is not a man's getting rich that that he had ions too fa
to haulaway; yet these Crook coun
ty lands are untitled, uninhabited,
waiting, waiting, as they have been
waiting for years, for a railroad.
Why? Harrlman. !
A country lies up there miles
away from any railroad, that would
produce enough traffic .for two or
three; main railroads and several
branches, a country embracing many
thousands of square "miles, with but
few people and little products lying
there waiting, waiting, as it seems
hopelessly . waiting. Wbji. Uanl-
man.fe1:" ' 'v., -vf- ,; . '.'.:''''. 'a
Some people have 1 gone in there.
most of them on Irrigation projects.
but .quite a number also on unlrri
gated landsj and are raising crops
Soreadlns Chestnut Tree.'
badly.' w-Under j the
In the Au-
t Such a wage. In one respect the Norse
men have given us a, lesson In gallan-
trr. When a Woman annllaa f rfr . raa-la.
tratlfin she is hot obliged 1o state her
Vardaman having been, definitely I
beaten, -ITlllmkn will r continue ' to
shine alone in' his glory, in the sen
ate aa a negrophobist reactionary. : t
age, and perhape swear to It afterward.
All that, she has to do is to state that
she has reached the age of 25. - There
Us many a woman In Detroit who has -renounced
the right to vote rather than
conceited they become," said Ada Ttwla lhafnra a. Int nt man. Tt la .11 .o w.ll
of "Fascinating Flora." - "I was talk-1 to aay -rfhat It does not harm a woman
Bait Getting Stale.
From Young's Magazine.
"The older bachelors grow the more
There is quite an admirahle side
Ing to one recently and X asked him why
na am nut niMrrjr. -xxa avaaetvine ques
tion br describlns a series of vnnmv
women he had known and finding some
to Jobii D. .Rockefeller, Unless his 1 fault with-each one. But all of them.
press agent invents the Oldman's v-you are In danrer of aettln lafi'
talk for him.'v; V. L'tLd i1."?. t'lou.td
"Oh said the bachelor. v thtr, .
Still 'let us be thankful to king Hu5VIow1har I'Vaid.0 3?i-
Harrlman for building to Coos Bay Mnt there danger of the bait becoming
end Tlllamook--If he does. A"; , L, " .'-'. . ,
. Big One WIU Do. -
; From the Washington Post
Casa Blanca, the troubled Moroc
can port,1 means w hit. , house.";, It i
needed a man In it:.wlth a big stlckL
The treasury department 'reports that
there lsa strong demand for small bills.
But even this is not going to discour
se Bill JaXfg meads, T ,. -
to tell her age, but If she has prejudices
we eugnt to respect tnem. -
, This Date In History. ' '
1099 Crusaders victorious - at : Asca
lon. .. 1552 Peace of Pateau. . -
1626 King Charles L- of England
dissolved parliament , '
' 1762 King George rv. " Of Entejnd
norn. viea June i, is30. I
1812 Madrid enteced by , WelllngtouW'
and his forces, ' . Jiw.
isiti ouiciae or -uora r uastiereagn,
18 S8-te volution v in Madrid . and
flight of Iturits.r Vv '
1848 George Stephenson: famous rail
way engineer, died. .Born 1781. .
1511 oreat struts of - switchmen Je-
gaa at ' Buffalo,) Declared off August