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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1906)
z BEAUTIFUL COUNTESS OF CLANCARTY.
It iout peventeeu years ago that Miss Belle Bilton. an actress In nin-
Icsl li-' "e. was married to Lord lunlo, and society was properly shocked
In . Two years later Iord Dunlo became tlie Earl of Clancarty.
Ili i j l-ppite her stage record, became popular in London circles, as sli
f a.- of tbe most beautiful women lu tlie British nobility.
NO TWO MEN ARE ALIKE
There may be a hundred men in th!s city -who have arms the ?nme lenpth
J 3 yours but ther is n -t m other man In the whole county who is the ttame
s yourself in all , - . oriiona.
It Is simply -?.r to get a perfect fitting cult by buying ready-to-
"We will make uit i your measure for $20.
Tou .:uy that much, or rcnr?y that much-for every hand-me-down suit you buy.
Cutom-mmte cloftip--tnre rlotlus bi tHme!
PtH ont tills coapon and mall to ti nnd we
jll aenii you a minjple of tlie 'loth. We itu'ar
;ee that the nnii.ie b ictuHllr cut f r .m the
bolt of cloth from whlh we m:tke the auit.
nen joa Tlult I'ortlaod. dime Id and verify this
r ny aaertion we make. If you wish, ask
Ome Portland friend to tell yon ahont the rep-
tatlon and standing of the Columbia Woolen
ill la Co.
It la the simplest thlnfc In the world to hare
ome friend take yonr measnre. We will send
yo a tape measure free, and Instructions how
to take a measure for a suit of tnthea.
Be sure and send for this sample. If yoq get
a mlt from this offer, you will be wearine a
lynient the pattern of which local dealers can
poaslhly pet in stock ttefore another year.
he pattern of oar f JO snlt will l sold next
ft'ar as the latest (by other tailors).
Woolen Mills Co.
FOREST GROVE, OREGON.
A High-grade college with
Beautifully located twenty-six miles
Full regular college courses.
Academy gives strong preparatory and
,. High School courses.
Conservatory of Music and School of
Art, With superior instructors.
Business branches taught.
Gymnasium and Field Athletics under
a Physical Director.
Library of 13.0(K Volumes.
Healthful social life; religious influences.
All student enterprises, active.
The school that stands for the
best in education
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Af Trade Marks
'iyy Copyrights Ac.
...... .endlnsT a sketch and description
atrial otlA wit hout charue, lu lUu
. i.isri.d weeklv. 1 "vest ctr.
Olooo. Hi V HU WiuUu. .... J. U
1 x - i
oat hj the tliouiuind. They are cut aud ewed
That Is why .thi h'lr hntiirht ult twretrt
f re tiuit fct-t tbfir I)k rt uewuesa tvefore jroo
Lad worn tlu'in half a tl..v.
We will nake a nit to yonr niennre for
yocr exclusive wear t. :it will fit yu tMH-aune
it was built f'ir uni n one else for
We irnaraniee tire cloth to ve an all-wtiul cheviot
tlie cloth Is new ami virorn Jn t iff the
)vtiy Infest pattern hand pnMeil- every nara
l anti-fewed wlta silk lined with imported Vene
We have n elected several patterns, any of
which we will make up to your measure f- r $2f.
I nls yon expre?a su..e preferent we will mull
yon a sample of a late Lntrli-u overllne puttern
This pattern is so new tl at it will le sold by
tailors next year as the 'lateet.'
Tlte hackmnnd of t!e pattern la a deer gray,
with an alt.it imierceptir.le ovctlir.e or
ebeck. Tle color of tlifn fabric doe4 nt nlmw
dust easily, does not wrinkle and has t:iken the
dyt) m well that the garment ljck like new
until It Is all worn out. The wool ush! in weav
ing thin farment was selected with unuHunl
care. There is no short wool in the fabric and
no 6hod!y. The cloth has so fine a weave thit
It presents a fairly hard Furfitce. and at the
sup1? time Is soft and plhtble. It will not scuff
op or rut ahluy. This cloth cannot be bought
from the mill for Ies than a yard, no
matter if you bought five thousand yard. We
are the Pacific Coast representatives of a syndi
cate of tlie largest woileti n'ills in tlie world.
That enables un to make tlil unprecedented offer
of a salt to your measure for $"J. Send fr a
sample pull it to plerea ee how Vnir and even
the wool strands are note l."W wtil the"dye
Columbia Woolen Mills Co., Portend, Or.
Please send me free, an:i:ple of Iji'c pat
tern English OTerline
yoa agree to make a - i
$20. Also send me. frr;
measure and blank, on.;
;,. r.- ,,.l,
u (Mclici lane
taking measures. This docs not obligate
me to buy a salt unleas I wish.
'OR 5 A
he Kind c
ing ia lm';
favor ol l.. -
' ,;r ;m
t o in
The Con;' M-.- ' m:,1 c n'i.'ii mast
be based tn t' r ' mine and
legislative iv - i ' J : rty, and,
tl.at being bo. '. . Kooscvtlt's
personality i.n' t I a central figure
and his achi'.vi -writ a central
1 thought in the c.i.:i ,:
J We desire to inaii.taiu tlie voih of
I this ( ariipaign with popul ir mbscrip-
tions of One Dollar t-n h from Kej.ub
licans. To cadi subscriber ve will
send the Republican National Cam
paign Text l;k and i! cini;cts
issueil by the t'oiuniitt' c
Help us aeliieve a reat it lory.
James S. Siu.rmax, ( bainnan.
1'. O. liox 3063, Ntsv V01L
THE STAR CIIAM1.EI.
CONDENSED HISTORY OF A FAMOUS
SCHEME OF crraEst.ON.
At First Its OttjrrOi Ur l.nndskU,
hat It Sii t.equrn tly nrrainie n era. I
ad Injuat I'onrMom nt lis Oat
Who j tlu Kail of KK'linioiul hud
; defeated KMiaid HI. tit lioswortti uud
had Ih'ou cimw iuhI klnjt ns Ilotiry VII,
I be found ihi times lu do trouliled a
state that men w luso rights wore In
t fringed tipou or denied them darl not
nri'l)' tot Jusili-e to the ordinary courts,
j The uuhluslilns iiiaiiner lu which
brllK's and tli;-eats were resorted to bjr
; tho.se that had lu!lui.i ovor the pro
, reeUiij;s nf those courts ilonUnl to them
the Heeurlty of n Juror's oath.
) To reach a lu.srliirf that had growi)
' so Intolerable Henry, fooling hinmelf
, strouK ouou;li with his second parlia
ment, ereateil a court iiuule tip of
the highest ollioers of the klndoui.
, embracing, thooit'tienlly, the kins him
self, who was considered the author
1 of all justice, to which were eonllded
unlimited power and discretion over
large, undcihicd class of otVenscs, many
of which were of 11 political character,
without the restraint, of a Jury and
abject to no revision by appeal.
This was afterward known as tho
court of tlie star chamber, so called
because the ceiling of the room In
wklch It met was studded with sUrt
or tecause in this apartment prior t
the time of lid ward 1. the coatrJCU
of the Jews, called starrs. were de
posited In loxes or chests.
. This scheme had K'ood results at ArcL
WeeJthy landowners who had op
pressed their neighbors with lupuolty
were brought before this court, where
neither fear uor favor could avail, aud
tried for their offenses. The greatest
merit of the court was that it was not
dependent on a jury, for Juries were
enable or unwilling to render a verdict
In keeping with their consciences.
One said. "A court thus constituted,
with rower1?! so broad and a discretion
unlimited by prescriU'd rules, though
called into existence for wise aud salu
tary puriK).-es, was iu the end like In
voking the :-pirit of mischief without
a correspond power in reserve to
lay It or check its excesses If Inclined
to abuse its authority ."
Iustead of losing power as the neces-
' slty for iis existence passed away It
, drew to itself new elements of strength
; aud enlarged the extent of 1U Jurisdic
j tiou. It became, after successive aii
: ministrations under the hands of am
bitious leaders such as flourished In
the time of Henry VIII.. Ulizabeth aud
the two Stuarts, a most potent eugiue
of despot rule aud intolerance. Tor
ture, iatiinldation cud oiher devices
were used to compel the accused to In
Charles I., through the star chambe.,
filled his coffers. During his reign such
i enormous Cues were impo.-ted for triv
ial offenses that the audience gathered
about the cjurtroom at 3 o'clock in the
moruiug to secure seats to hear the
proceedings. The discretionary power
of the court In the way of punishment
made it a means of cruel Injustice in
tlie hands of bad men. Instances of
which disgrace the history of Its ad
ministration' during the reigns of
James I. aud Charles I.
One of the most remarkable casej
was thiit of Iiishop Williams, who had
been lord keeper of the seal, a popular
prelate and a man of learning aud
spirit aud at j.ie time u special favor
ite of .lame . .Vhile fii'.-j; nj; hLi pat
r niag.' he . hU iaduc-.icj In be
half of I..i . iterward archbishop,
who owed h. . ..'';t pro:n i i.i Pvlils
gjwl othce.;. S. .e dl.;ag -.' ...ent arose
between tliel.. ' othllr,' wo .Id satisfy
Laud but tlie rain of the man who
had befriended Lu.
On s.i:..e s.: pretext tlie bishop
was brau: lit ' cfore tlie star chamber
and t:ic I. o i..iiited to tlie
Tower during the king's pleasure and
suspende. i.'om ouA-e. I. is furniture
and booi:s were levied upuu to ay tlie
fine. Among some refuse papers were
found same le :ers fram Ohuldi-ituu, a
schooaiats'ei. uiri cted to the ldsljop. In
tboe. letters the writer spoke of a
"little treat man" and lu one place of
a "little .urchin." As Laud was small
of stature, it was conjectured that
these terms referred to him. They
were both tried, one for receiving such
scandalous letters and the other for
writing them. "Williams paid a fine of
3.000 and Obaldiston 5.(XX. and he
had his ears nailed to tlie pillory.
I'rynne. n barrister at law, of Lin
coln's Inn. a Puritan of the strictest
sect, published his famous "Hlstrlo
Mastix," a huge volume of 1,000 quarto
liases, aimed at stage plays, music
dancing, public festivals, Christmas'
sports, buniires and maypoles. For this
alleged libelous volume he wag arraign
ed before the star chamber.
Mr. rrynne, In his general sweep fcr
his historical illustration cf the mis
chief of frequenting plays, referred to
Nero and spoke of Flavins and other
who yiD' pired against him for his bad
example upon the magistrates and the
people. The chief justice from thhj In
ferred that the author Intended to ia
etlgate the people to murder the king
end I'rynne was deprived of his right
of practice as a barrister, condemned
to stand In the pillory at Westminster
and Cheapslde, to lose his ears, one at
each of these places, to pay a fine of
5,000 aud to be Imprisoned for life.
There was hardly a man lu the realm
who had not personal experience of the
harshness u-id greediness of the star
chamber. It became odious, and not
without reason. It was abolished In
XUl as one of the acts of concession
made by Charles I, to the demands of
an indignant nation, rrynne and bis
follow martyrs were recalled from
prison. They entered London In tri
umph umld the shouts of the multitude,
who threw laurels In their pa'h.
Qroarhx Waa olrlr ' to 111am. Vr
tbe llnnnmil of Naivolena,
Napoleon would have won the battle
of Waterloo had Clrouchy prevented
the junction of the lTiisslaiis with the
UuglUli army, leeause he would not
kave had to tight two battles at once.
Few persons realize that the so called
battle of Waterloo was In reality
double battle, somewhat like Jena and
Auerstadt. Napoleon fought one bat
tle at Waterloo against the Fnglish.
On the nrrlval of the Prussians ho was
forced to go lu Hrsoii toward riauehe
uolt and there light another biittle
gainst tie l'russlan army, leaving to
Ney the conduct of the troops at Wa
terloo. It Is a well known maxim ia
war that a very groat or decisive vic
tory cannot be gained unless one com
mander makes a serious blunder of
vhWh tlie other, takes Immediate ad
vantage. It Is very evident that the
fact of the emperor having to fight
two battles at mice Instead of concen
trating his attention on one alone enor
luously Increased tlie possibility of n
mistake. Moreover. Napoleon did not
have the able lieutenants of his former
campaigns. Hesalx. Kleber, La tines
tud l'.essieres were dead,-Masscua and
Macdonald had taken the oath of alle
glance to the lloni'lsms. aud Murat hud
split wlih the emperor. Napoleon's
personal attention was therefore Im
perative. To tlrouchy alone all blame
must be attributed, for bad he prevent
ed the union of the Prussians with the
Lugllsh tlie emperor would have had
to tight only one battle at a time and
could have giveu his entire personal
attention to that one battle.
In the second place. Napoleon would
not have been forced to fight with 71,
NT men against two armies numbering
about 13.000 nearly two to on,
against lilin. lie would have had 71,
047 good soldiers pitted against a raw.
undisciplined army of t;7.iw;i men un
der the Puke of Wellington, which wa
not only Inferior In mere numbers, but
far Inferior In morale aud experience.
The chances would have been greatly.
In favor of the French. Then, too, the
French army was commanded 'by the
acknowledged master of modem war
fare, whose brilliant successes at 151
voll. Marengo. Atisterlltz, Jena, J'rled
laad. Wagram, the Itorodino and I) res-
den had dazzled the whole world. T'n- j
til then Napoleon had never been de- j
feated In any great decisive battio ex
cept Leipsic, nnd the French were .
strong in their confidence (if the em
peror's success. Two of the best writ- ,
ers on the Waterloo campaign, Shaw-.
Kennedy and Sibourne, both Lngllsh
men. concur in saying that had Orouchy
kept the Prussians away the Knglish '
army would have been badly beaten.
This view Is also held by the ablest j
writer of all, Mr. Hopes . Fulled Serv-;
A man should have sense and wo
The smartest bass finally runs across
: bait that f io's him.
r'very man thinks he could trot some
pace if he wasn't hobbled.
People are compelled to smother
resentments at least a dozen timee a
A man who has a falling out with
more than two of his neighbors ought
to looU himself over.
A clever m.nilc would bo good com
pany were It not for the feeling that
he Is also a clever mimic behind yonr
When u i.,.u catches a big string
of li.h, how he lj.e; to carry It along
th mala stroo,. of the town In wdilcb
he lives! ..11 of us like to display our
bi.r catches iu other lines. Atchison
"That ii...uu v.utch holds the record
I j.1 b',4 tov. u." a Jeweler said. "It has
run for twenty-two years without stop-piuj'-
Aside foui u little regulating,
oiling unJ cleaiK.i.i, It has never need
ed a repair. I Lam' lo'.a of meu who
try to establish records for their
wa.ches. 1 kiuw li.e u.cu in this little
towj who e v..iches have run Uay
and uiht fo." lea years. Jlve a good
watch to a and he takes a pride
ia It. lie i:e er forgets to wind It.
Saon he Is l.y.n to make a record for
It. The record for continu us running
is h..'id, I bebe.-e, ..y a Swiss watch In
Geneva that has run for twenty-eight
Money and Marble..
Once there was a man who thought
Kussell Sage ought to stop work. IIo
spoke to him ubout It. "Why get to
gether any more money, Mr. 8age7
You cau't eat It; you cun't drink It
What good will It do you?"
"Ever play marble?" Uncle Russell
"Yes, when I was a boy."
"Couldn't eat 'em, could youJ
Couldn't drink 'em, could you? No use
to you, were they? What did you play
marbles for?" Harper's.
The flesult of llu vlrouioent.
"I aaw the oddest freak the other '
day," says the man with tho honaat
yes and the trustworthy fuce.
"A three legged cat?" we ask, smil
ing. "No. It was a chicken that had fur
Instead of feathers."
"Yes. It was hatched from a cold
storage egg." Life.
Where I .-ward of virtue and
what rej'ompc.. o has nature provided
for such Important-sacrifices as those
of Ilfo and fortune, which we must of
ten make to It? Oh, sous of earth, are
ye ignorant of the value of this celes
tial mistress? And do ye meanly In
quire for her portion when ye observe
her genuine beauty ? Hume
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THE fT.W HQNIt SEWINO M AC'ih'.i Cu.ViPANr
OHANtit, Mai 1.
Many Sewinif MAchltf v r . ' i' 1 . -i-r
cf quaMv, tut ta. "-. ' . Mi
:o w-r. Our cuMiitv i. '
We mak. S-.ni i-'-.lvr: ..
tl'wt-nls. T-e "T-i-t :.-
it!:s r i lyh-a r; l."
H'.ld try iiti:ii,-' ...
Tbe e'- fi.iiii. lowing Machine Co,
WCSTHRN STAGE LINK
Ollico nt tho Mercantile Company's
Store Lakeview, Oregon.
flood 5tock - r.asy Coaches
llai'.v from Ijikeview to Illy, connect
ing -Kith Daily Ststfe to the railroad.
Office nt the Illy Hotel, Illy.
H. CAShBHKR, - - Proprietor
Northern Stage Line.
A. W. BRYAN. Proprietor.
Leaves Lakeview at (5 a. in.
every day but Sunday.
Returninj;, leaves Paisley
atU:d0a. in every day bu1
Passengers' art $j. tlovni trip 1
OHPICE Kv!iot(t A WInitlluM'a .jikorUs
Lakeview Cigar Factory
A. Stoukm.. ., Prop.
CO"STItV ORDKKS SOLICITKI)
(live us a trial. Store in tbe brick
huild"iir next door to Post &. King sa
loon, akeview. Oregon.
"Mits. K. M. (i Ai.LAtiKKit, Proprietor.
building Has Been F.ulargcd
To Accomodate a Large Trade
NEW PINK CKKKK. - OIUXiON
A Chance for Speculators.
SCHOOL LAND. 2KII acres of level
itiimproved agricultii'Hl land for sale
i-besii. Pirn-rititinn : SVV'i, Rjj ol
NEaiid NWk i.f H K l4 . Section 10,
Tp. :w S It. 1 K. W. M. This is a
desirable piece of land, located in Goose
lake valley and wi.l make some man a
If you are thinking of organizing a
stock company nee our new samples
of Wall Street engraved atoek certlfl
11 ten. tf
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School Days Over---What
Your school course is finished. What are you going to do now?
- A re ou one of the viiHt majority who end I heir school days In the coin
nion hcIiih.Im? If you are we want your a 1 tent Ion for a few minutes.
You can gi-t a higher education, any kind you want biiHiiieHH, tech
nical or general v Ithout leaving homo, without giving up your work for
a single day, without spending more than you can easily afford.
Ho you want to know how?
Tin- plan In vi-r.v Hlinple. Instead of spi n. ling your day at a desk, re
1 lilin.. i.nr Ii'smhi- to a teacher in a big brick building, you prepare you
I"hiiis nt home, from imr outlines, write the r citation, and send it to Us
by iniill for con rci Ion.
1 1 I all done In your spare hours. You are not tied to any set hour
fur n-cit ii t Ii hi. You pay a comparatively small sum, and for this wo
furnish text books, examination
inipcr, and competent Instruction
until yoitreoui'Hf Is completed.
Your dally work does not inter
feif wlih your -indies. You can
earn w bile y 011 learn.
If 1 011 waul 1 o k no.v inure about
1 mi' pin 1. write v.iiir name on the
eoiiiiuii cut Ii 'on and niiiil to inn.
y.oi rltk nothing but the price of a
l l( I tl. lllt.t14M.
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Cc-.'r. .Uti'iit t lina.U , ralrlai k
SiSTPlaty of State l.hln lo.i
SiTietary nt Trenstiry I alix M. Hliaa
Socrclary .! War Win. II . 1 .it
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Cure : Lung Troubles.
Monty back If It falls. Trial Bottls fr.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itching, blind, Itleeding or Protmd
nig Piles. IiruuiMHtH refund money il
j PAZO OINTMKNT lulls to cure any
1 rase, no jnatter o( hot lonx Handing, in
o to 14 day, l-iri-t applicutioit give
j ease and rest, 50c. If your dniiot
bnm't il send Wte in stsinpM and it ill
j le (orsrled jn i-1 puid by Paris Mi-d
it' l '. , St Liiiih, Mo.
The Wall street line of t-ngnived
certificates of .S'tock mid lioiid blanks
lit the Dxniiiliier olllce. New sample
book received Monday evening;. If
you want stock ccrtlllentcH see our
s t il il m 1 1 I -t ) ir 0 m t '
V.'AN'I KD: IHstrlct Managers to
'post hlgns. ad vertlse ami ilUtillnite
samples. Salery flS.OO w.fkly, . (X)
1 Kr diiy, for expenses, S,tnt age ami
. present employment. I )L. I. S 1 1 F.A Ii
l('(.:i!) Randolph St., t'blcHgo. .In 11.
' "Keep off (loose Lake."
"Or iiHcThoruton'H Favorite Cream
or chapped and red skin."
Drying preparations simply dTeb
() dry cuturi h j tlicy dry up thn sm-rctioiis,
liiuh sdhcri) to tho miaiibnuiii ionl duconu
poso, ciiiisiiig ufiir more bi.rious troubln than
tliu ordiuury form of cuturrh. Avoid all dry .
ing iiilialnuts, fiiinim, sinokns uud snuffs
and uuo that which cli aiiHts, soothi's and
hi'iils. Lly's C'reimi Pulm is sncli a remedy
and will euro catarrh or cold in the head
easily and pleasantly. A trial sizo will be
liuiili-d for 10 cents. All dreggists sell the
OOo. sizo. I'.ly llrothors, fill War ion St., N.Y.
Tho lialia euros without pain, dos not
irritate or causo sneezing. It spreads itnolf
over an irritntml and angry surfitco, rolicy.
ing iiiiiuediatcly the painful influmwation.
With Kly'a Cream llulm you are armed
against Kasul Catarrh and Hay Fever.
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