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Published Tuesdays and Fridays by
Gazette Publishing Company.
Tbe sui.g.Miption pn. of the Gazette
fur several yeM h; and remains.
42,, i5,.er.nt discount if
paitl in itva .
AS II IS.
There always has been and
perhaps always will be a class in
the United States opposing tariff
stability. , Like cases occur in
very day life wherein the peo
ple or a certain per cent.t at least,
are never satisfied. They want
a change of conditions no mat
ter how agreeable in the main
those conditions are to the
Just so with our tariff policy.
Shortly after the election of
President Roosevelt last fall tfyere
was a cry, more or less weak,
setup throughout the land for
tans revision. This gradually .
subsided. Then came the change
of base on the part of mai-con-tents
and reciprocity was made a
slogan. The Vinton (Iowa) Eagle
very neatly and aptly sums up
the situation as follows:
In 1896 the Republican party
promised Tariff revision. It re
vised the Tariff then in existence
and broneht prosperity to the
country. This prosperity still
xists. It has made no promise
of revision since. The party has
put in weary months trying to
make operative reciprocity. It
lias failed because of too many
"entangling alliances." In the
1896 National Republican Con
vention the Republican party
agreed to take up the silver ques
tion and President McKinley ap
pointed commissioners to an in
ternational monetary convention,
one of its purposes being to re
establish silver as a circulating
medium. That there might be
no charge of trifling he appoint
ed as the head of the commis
sion from this county the late
Senator Wolcott, ot Colorado.
The commission met but its la
bors were futile and Senator
Wolcott acknowledged that it
,was impossible to induce the
great commercial powers tore-
establish silver. Since then sev
eral nations, including Mexico,
bave established the gold system.
The Republican party will be
guided by public sentiment' and
by party sentiment, and when
party sentiment and public senti
ment demand there is no doubt
a revision will take place. What
will be done is well evidenced by
tie President's action on the
freight rate question. It met
with a unanimous response ex
cept from the interests .involved.
It will be so with the Tariff.
Even with the Democratic rank
and file there is but little or no
3emand for Tariff Jrevision. It is
satisfied, and last fall was so
well satisfied that it had no hesi
tancy in -voting for President
Koosevelt even when their own
managers held the red flag of re
vision before their eyes. It did
not scare them. They acknowl
edged they were as well satisfied
with the Tariff as were the Re
publicans, The Republican party
has made rip promises that it has
not religiously carried out or hon
estly attempted to. -
Never before in times of peace
ItaS such a frightful disaster be
fallen the American navy as oc
curred in the harbor of San
Diego, California, last Friday
morning at half -past ten o'clock.
'The boiler exploded with a roar
that was deafening and terrify
ingand sixty human beings are
reported blown into Eternity.
.Aside from the Maine sunk in
Havana harbor, Cuba, our naval
Ihistory is without a parallel. '
The gunboat wai lying quietly
in the harbor awaiting sailing
orders, while officers and crew
were attending their various du
ties, when, without warning the
gan a scene the like of which is J
seldom witnessed in this world.
Nearly every man aboard was
injured and sixty are reckoned to
i have been killed. The boat was
I towed into shallow water in or-
der to prevent her sinking.
ipe Bennington IS a sister ship
the Yorktown and the Con-
the same dimen
speed and arma
ment. She ha a length of 230
feet; breadth 36 feet; mean
draft, 14 feet; displacement, 1710
tons; speed, 16.5 knots, deliver
ed from engines of 3436 indicated
horse-power. She has a battery
of six six. inch rifles and eight
guns of smaller calibre. The
Bennington takes rank among
the efficient little cruisers design
ed for special duty in shallow
water. The vessel's keel was
laid in?1888 and she cost $490,000.
Her normal complement is 16 of
ficers and 181 men.
A Little Confusing.
One not versed
in law is often
at his "wits end" to arrive at a
logical conclusion as regards a
legal tangle. Even lawyers seem
to get mixed now and then. Two
legal lights of equal standing
may render opinions on a certain
point that are directly opposite,
but it is seldom that we find one
man quoted on the same question
who within a period of startling
briefness gives out two opinions,
one contradicting the other, on
the same subject. Yet, such is
true in Portland if one is to be
lieve the Telegram. This paper,
of Thursday, contains the fol
"In the course of the trial of
Messrs. Johnson and McGlinn,
proprietors of the Tuxedo Saloon,
Municipal Judge Cameron held
todays that women of apparent
good character could not be ex
cluded from saloons, or rather
that the proprietors of such places
could not be found guilty of per
mitting females to frequent those
places unless it was shown that
such women were disorderly or
disreputable. The proprietors of
the Tuxedo were fined $50 each
for permitting disorderly women
in their saloon and were held un
der bonds of $200 each to appear
before the grand jury to answer
a charge of permitting minors in
the place, as prohibited by the
new law. Jane Connon is the
minor referred to. She was found
drunk there recently."
Bear in mind that in the above
paragraph Judge Cameron points
out that proprietors of saloons
cannot be fo'md guilty of any
misdemeanor for allowing women
to frequent their places "unless
it was shown the women were
disorderly or disreputable." On
another page of this same paper
we find the following article:
"If Judge Cameron holds to
the opinion he expressed in ponce
court today in the case of Harry
Bowen of the El Rey saloon,
hereafter women of all classes
will have to remain from saloons,
or the proprietors will be subject
to arrest. The cases before the
court were those in which the
police raided the saloons and
captured about six women.
"Judge William Reid appear
ed for the defendants and declar
ed the women were not of ques
tionable character. The police
swore they were, Judge Camer
on read section 6 of the ordinance
governing disorderly saloons and
from that he thought a proprietor
could be arrested if women of
any kind visited his saloon The
ordinance, aside from "specifying
disorderly women, says immodest
women. Judge Camel on Sdiil
when a women entered a saloon
and began to drink, and smoke
cigarettes she becomes immodest.
He Said he thought the section
referred to any woman.
"Judge Reid said it would be
an outrage if a man could not go
with his wife to a saloon and eat
crawfish , and drink a glass of
beer. He asked until tomorrow
to submit s.n argutrent, which
request was granted.
"fudge Cameron said the
police should have notified Bowen
that he 1 was violating the law
and then arrest him if he did not
comply. Judge Cameron said he
was not inclined to punish the
women with a heavy fine."
' - Here we find Judge Cameron
holding that a woman has no
business in a saloon. tie is
proprietor of a saloon may be ar
rested for permitting any kind of
a woman to frequent his place, j
So far as holding .that a woman
who enters a saloon and begins
drinking and smoking cigarettes
is not a lady goes, there is noth
ing new in this. ew ot us not
possessed of legal lore would
argue such a woman to be a lady.
Now what are we to believe as
a result of the two opinions found
credited in the same paper to
Judge Cameron? Possibly these
articles were furnished by differ
ent reporter?, one ot whom may
have had his drinks mixed; may
be both had lingered too long
over the flowing bowl; further
more the two articles mav h-iv
been prnned by but one reporter
and his condition h;-rn such that
when he finihhed tit? first article
he loigot about ir mid staned in
on another "opinion.''
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Cheap Sunday Rates Between
Portland and Willamette
Low round trip rates have been Dlaced
n effect between irortland ana Willam
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Tickets will be sold
SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS,
and limited to return on or before the
Bate to ob Fkom Cobvaiais, $3.00.
Call on Southern Pacific Co's Agents
for particulars. -
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NOW while the chancers
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or Leslies, '
, or McCalPe,
Announces that the two first weeks
of their Dissolution Sale eclipses all
previous sales. For the next two weeks
we have planned Still Greater Bargains
in all Departments. Buy liberally
Now. Our new Fall stock will arrive
early in August. Come to us for your
Harvesting Outfits long range for
anywhere than right here. We clean and repair all sorts of
watches thoroughly and quickly and guarantee all our work as
well as our prices to be right. If your watch chain is beginning
to show signs of wear, or if you'd like a new chain for any rea
son, we are prepared to supply you with the best gold-filled one
made, at a moderate price. We carry the Simmons make, the
best known and most strongly guaranteed chains ever sold.
E. W. S. PRATT, Jeweler and Optician.
Open Day and Night.
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Registration of Land Title.
In thoTCircuit Court;of the State of Oregon for
Benton ccuDty. -
In the matter of the Application of S. S. . -Train
and J. E. Whitney. Applicants
and Plaintiffs, to register the title to the :
North half; the Southeast quarter; and
and the North half of the Southwest quar
ter of Section 27; and the North" half; the
- Southeast quarter; and the East half of
the Southwest quarter of Section 33; ail in
Township 10 South, Range 7 West of the
Willamette Meridian iu Benton County,
J. A, Bottger, Sol. Kine and The Coast Land &
Live Stock Company, a corporation, Defendants.
To all whom it may concern, Take notice:
That on the 27 dav of Juue. A. D.. 19o5, an an-.
plication was filed by said S. S. Train and J. E
Whitnev. in the Circuit Court of Benton County.
Oregon, for initial registration ot tbe title of the
land above described.
Now, unless you appear on or before the 29th day
of July, A. D.,"l!)o6, aud show cause why such ap
plication shall not be granted, the same will be
taken as confessed, and a decree will be entered ac
cording to the prayer of the application, and you
will oe torever Dairea trom Disputing me bbiuo.
raeall i - , ''
Percy R. Kelly, . VICTOR P. MOSES,
Applicant's AttorrPy. Clerk.
If your watch shows any irregu
larity or gives other evidence that
something is wrong with it, better
have it examined by a competent
watchmaker. You won't find any
more skillful or more experienced
Rooms Single op EnSuite
Ii von are looking for some real good
Bargains In Stock, Grain, Fruit and
Poultry Ranches, write for our special
list, or come and see us. We will take
pleasure in giving yon reliaDle informa
tion; also showing yon over the county
The Diamond Cure.
The latest news from Paris, is, that
they have discovered a diamond cure
for consumption- If you fear consump
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Registration of Land Title.
Ia the Circuit Court of the State of Oretron for
In the matter of the Application of E. M.
Howell and T. C. Howell, . Applicants and
Plaintiffs, to register the title to the east
half of the east half of section 6; the north
half, and the southeast quarter of section 15;
the south half, and the south half of the
northwest quarter of section 17; the north
cast, quarter, and the east half of the north
west quarter, and the northwest quarter ot
the northwest quarter of section 21; all in
township 11 south, range 7 west of the Wil
lamette Meridian, in Benton county, Oregon,
and containing 1317 acres,
C. M. Giddings, Defendant. ,
To all whom it may concern,' Take notice:
That on the 14th day of June, A. D., 19t5, an ap
plication was filed bv said E. M. Howell and T. C
Howell, in the Circuit Court of Benton county. Ore--gon,
for initial registration of the title of the land
above described. -
Now unless you appear on or before tho lPth
day of July, A.D., 1905, and show cause why such
application shall not be granted, the same will be .
taken as confessed, and a decree will be entered ac
cording to the prayer of the application, and you -will
be forever barred from disputing the same.
Witness my hand and the seal of said Circuit
Court of Benton county, Oregon, hereunto affixed
this 11th day of June, A. D., 1905. - -
SEAL ' VICTOR P. MOSES,
County Clerk and Ex-Omclo Clerk of the Circuit
Ccurt o ILi '.iic of Oregon for Benton county.