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A Herald representative visit
ed Salem last Saturday. We
found the town plugging along
in about the same way. but the
legislature was making some
active demonstrations. It ap
pears that some of them had just
escaped and the question that
was stirring their innermost
depths was how to recover the
lost or strayed.
In company with a number of
representatives and prominent
grangers we visited the peniten
tiary and the asylum and in
spected the work in these insti
The penitentiary is
evidently handled in a pretty
economical manner. They have
the boarding house economics
down pretty fine. A star board
er gets a full month’s rations,
good stuff too, at a cost to the
state of only $3.60. The trip to
the asylum was devoted to an
inspection of those features that
have caused the superintendent
so much criticism in this session
of the legislature. While some
of the improvement have been
pretty expensive, they have in
the main been of such a nature
as to prove themselves to be in
the end economical. The old
buildings were erected before
the days of our improved and
supposedly better style of con
struction and hence are a little
goes on they will prove to be en
tirely unsuitable for our growing
state and if new things are to be
added they should at least be up
to the standard of our times. We
believe there would never have
been any criticism of Dr. Steiner
had there been no break between
him and the Bowerman forces.
The enrollment for the winter
short course work at the Oregon
Agricultural college has in
creased over sixty per cent this
year. The students are still reg
istering and indications are that
the registration may be in
creased by another ten per cent
or more. The courses in horti
culture have attracted the greater
number of students, having over
one hundred enrolled in that
work. The other course: also
show a decided increase in at
tendance. Practically every sec
tion of the state is represented
in the enrollment. The work for
the first week indicates that the
courses are going to be more
popular and more successful than
The report that J. W. Bailey,
state dairy and food commission
er, has been indicted by the
grand jury for neglect of the
duties of his office will not cause
any tears from those who best
know the merits of the case.
Mr. Bailey has not been getting
along very smoothly for some
time. His theories relative to
the milk which is served the
Portland customers have been
the object of contempt ever since
he uttered them. He evidently
thought he had a solid job, but
his evident incompetency was
observed at once by every vet
erinarian and biologist on the
Just as the legislature is pre
paring to ask Senator Bourne to
express himself in congress as to
his attitude on the question of
direct election of senators we get
an announcement in the papers
that the senator has been placed
at the head of a rank insurgent
organization to be known as the
will relieve all doubters as to Mr.
Bourne’s attitude on progressive
movements. When such men as
Pinchot and Bristow and Clapp
take second place in such a
movement it seems to be evident
that the position of Senator
Bourne is pretty well defined.
The Calkins bill providing that
a wife may collect damages from
any one furnishing intoxicants
to a drunkard husbandis another
move in the direction of improv
ing the tone of the saloon busi
ness. The retail liquor business
News that the Oregon, Wash
has been brought into disrepute
Railway and Navigation
by those degenerates who never
will double-track its
display the slightest scruples
Oregon, will be
against selling liquor to drunk
who are depend
ards and minors. The only ar
of this road.
gument for decency that can
appeal to this class of saloon
keepers is one that affects their
profits or their liberty. The Cal than overcrowded. Laying off
kins bill, if it becomes law, will passenger trains to accommodate
freights is no exception and an
make it very unprofitable for any
saloon keeper to sell liquor to a accident lays out the business
drunkard. The bill ought to have i for days at a time. A double
the support of every saloon keep track will mean more than bus
er who believes in the elimina iness and ---
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tion of those who are responsible Astoria is busily at work on
for most of the odium that is cast its proposed centennial next
on the business.
' summer and tentative plans now
The above clipping from the include a military pageant. De
Oregonian should meet the ap tachments of the Oregon and
proval of all well meaning, hon Washington National Guard and
est people. There is no reason the regular army are expected
why any one should continue to to participate. John Jacob Astor,
bait a man when is he down. And Jr., descendant of the original
the justice of the proposition is founder of Astoria, will be in
too apparent to need proving. vited to attend as guest of honor
Write to your representative and and honorary chairman of the
tell him you wish him to support exposition, which will be held
this bill before all others.
from August 10 to September 10.
Oregon found a brick in its
Christmas stocking when the re
clamation apportionment was an
nounced. giving this state but
$925,000 to carry on uncompleted
irrigation projects out of the ap
propriation of $20.<XM),000, des
pite the large contribution of
Oregon to the reclamation fund.
The Oregon Development League
and Portland Commercial club
have taken joint action to secure
a re-apportionment, so that this
state may secure its just share
to continue reclamation work.
The latest Bulletin from the
Agricultural college is one rela
tive to road material in the Wil-
liamette valley. It abounds Tin
good full page cuts and good in
formation about location of Jthe
materials, construction, wearing
qualities, and cost. Prof. Henry
Park is the author. These bulle
tins may be had for the asking,
and they will prove to be a valu
able source of information to all
who receive them.
Every town and hamlet and
country home on the Pacific slope
is rejoicing today over the action
of congress in choosing San
Francisco for the jx»int of cele
bration for the opéning of the
Panama Canal. California has
generously offered to foot all
bills—at least California will.
But the rest of us will be there
to enjoy the festivities.
Among all the newspaper no
tices of Champ Clark, the big
Missourian, nobody seems to
have noted that he is the most
thoroughly equipped Biblical stu
dent in the nation legislature.
He rarely makes a speech which
is not stuffed with quotations
from the scriptures.
The whitewashers say Ballin
ger should not be fired, and
another lot says Lorimer should
not be. There is not, however,
enough whitewash to cover the
entire Illinois scandal.
A Chicago woman is suing for
divorce says that her husband’s
stenographer looked at him long
ingly, lovingly, sweetly and in
vitingly.” which is no way for a
stenographer to behave.
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If the asylum nite near Pendleton la
no good, whv not take the aliandoned
normal school at Weston'1 The town
would welcome an asylum, although it
prefers a normal.
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By a cure-defying stomach trouble that
battle doc ors, and resisted nil rem<-diej
he tried, John W. M<»|d
ville, Mich., seemed doom»*!
to sell his farm and give up work, Hi«
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me,” he wrote, “till I tried Electric
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Best pile cure on earth
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Pure Lard the best 10 lb pmls
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