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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1907)
iThe Del 'c, is of the
t CHARUtC DA Wit. rormer Csmplnllir t the Currency.
II K SIutiihi:i antitniHt Uw makes criminal all agree
ment in re traint of trade, whether thej are INk
JIKKKN'T V rittiiMr.. nr not. It makea ia those
rpiuthI teuu- Mm- 'mn criminal without further
drllnitinn. .W, -1, j, TIIK DAY OF THE
TKIK NCHKKMKXT in the United State.
We Imv. i. iional. lt u i ,l ilt ' rut nfrrecmcnta in reatraint of
lrnl i..cj an h-j ii-nu t r tin- purpose alwaye of extort
big mi unnmaonah ii wouiii not for a moment defend aa
BremoM in reatr. f tr,... wUi.-h had for ita purpose the eatort
kig from th public : it uuifonable price. It should be under the
ian of tin law. liui tn.i trouble with the Sherman antitrust law ia
that it mk KQr.U.l.Y f'KIMIN'AL an agreement in restraint
if trade which ia in? " -ntl' innocent.
An aj-re-ment in traint f trade not to aell below coat IS NOT
OF NIX KSSITY DI ADVANTAOE AND INJURY to a
omiuunitv, for en. ,y we Uve hoard a great deal recently about
jreat itntitutiona in i rsel.inr for a period of time In certain local
ities, selling below mm for t!- purpose of crushing out competition in
ordi-r that thejr miv lu eet-iW a monopoly and raiae the priee. A
great many of these am'tuonta in restraint of trade are for the pur
ine of existence, not of extortion, of letting a reasonable amount of
THE SHERMAN ANTITRUST LAW ACTUALLY PUTS A FMMIUM
UPON A CONSOLIDATION AND CONCENTRATION UP TO A CER
TAIN POINT. FOR PROVIDED ALL COMPETITION IS NOT D
STROYED IT ENCOURAGES THE CONSOLIDATION OF COMPITINO
CORPORATIONS UP TO A CERTAIN POINT, BECAUSE THEY CAN
DO LEGALLY THEN AS A CORPORATION WHAT WOULD BE IL
LEGAL AND CRIMINAL IF DONE AS SEPARATE CORPORATIONS
UNDER A TRADE AGREEMENT. THE VERY EFFECT OF THAT
LAW HAS BEEN TO ENCOURAGE THE MORE RAPID CRUSHING
OUT OF COMPETITION IN THIS COUNTRY.
If HEAL l'llOCKKSS is to be made toward the solution of the
rexed industrial problem, which confront the nation, this law should"
be amended so as to clearly define what shall constitute illegality ia
The Maria Arrtelnetta Shirt Walet It
Smart Black Hats Papular.
Tba Marls Antoinette fichu has sir
en pi nee to tli Marie Antoinette
blouse, which In loose sua Vu Arte
plsltlnfs down the front. The sleeres
see elbow length and sre finished with
wide turned back cuffs trimmed with
The black bat trimmed wlih flowers
bos not bad aucbvsn. tnnlii as U 4a
now enjoying for man a long day. It
is very smart when maun-! llli lesf
Imm roees la shades f I - pink,
SprtcoL peach snd maure. i I It slso
looks well wrest tied with m..:iy hoed
begonias. As a change from flowers,
soft swstblngs of sereral tl:. of tolls
insks a prettjr substitute
rtrsoos In deep mourning should
nerer wesr patent leather shoes, nor
Jail Cure For Trust
Offenders. Not Fines.
By Attorney Caaeral CHARLES J. BONAPARTE.
I HAVE NOTICEO A GOOD MANY COMPLAINTS THAT CRIMI
NAL PROSECUTIONS AGAINST TRUST MAGNATES AND SEN
TENCES OF IMPRISONMENT FOR THEM HAVE BEEN VERY
INFREQUENT AND, IN FACT, FOR PRACTICAL PURPOSES
UNKNOWN. IT IS PERFECTLY TRUE THAT, IN MY
OPINION AT LEAST, A BETTER MORAL EFFECT WOULD BE
PRODUCED BY SENDING A FEW PROMINENT MEN TO JAIL THAN
BY A GREAT DEAL OF LITIGATION, HOWEVER SUCCESSFUL,
AGAINST THE CORPORATIONS THEY CONTROLLED.
Hut it must be remembered that it is only SUCCESSFUL prose
cutions which would have a good effect. Some time since two corpora
tions And their renpcctiv presidents were indicted jointly for viola
tion of tlio criminal provisions of the antitrust law. If the corpora
tions wore guilty of such, it would be hard for the lay mind at least
to undcr!.:iid how their presidents could b innocent. Nevertheless
THE JIMIY CONVICTED THE CORPORATIONS AND AC
PUITTKD THE PRESIDENTS.
It is ti.e avowed purpono of the department of justice to prose
cute criminally any one who is really responsible for violations of the
antitrust law wherever it can do so with any REASONABLE proba
bility of MioceH. It does not care to prosecute mero underlings who
are known to every one to have acted under the direct authority of
at at t
By DANIEL P. BALDWIN, rormer Judge of lh Indiana Circuit Court.
If the poor man commiu a crimo "tho law must have its course;"
bo is convicted, and wo congratulate ourselves that tho ends of justice
ro being served. And if ho in guilty of course ho ought to be made
to suffer. RUT HOW ABOUT YOUR RICH MAN ?
Tho rich man rallies his family and his friends. He brings his
POLITICAL influences to bear. He secures an expensive lawyer,
who knows how to stop tho heads of tho law, and that's about all there
iatoit. THE RICH MAN IS ALMOST NEVER CONVICTED.
JIo hears a lot of glittering generalities about the law treating all men
Alike. It does treat all poor men alike, and it does treat all rich men
alike, but it treats the rich far differently from tho man without
WE ARE NOW FACING THE BIG QUESTION OF BRINGING Bid
CORPORATIONS TO TIME. WHAT DOES A FINE AMOUNT TOt DO
YOU THINK IT MEANS THAT THE CORPORATIONS WILL STOP IT8
WRONGDOING? WHO PAYS THE FINE FOR LAWBREAKING BUT
YOU AND If THE ONE THING TO DO IS TO PUT THE GUILTY
OFFICERS IN JAIL. THAT MIGHT PERHAPS INDUCE THEM TO
HAVE SOME REGARD FOR THE LAW AND ORDER.
The Meaning of Sunday Rest.
Bv th Pav. SIDNEY C. PARTRIDGE. Protectant Episcopalian BUhop of
'HAT does rcbt mean? To how many does it mean the get
ting away from tho busy city, with its noisy streets and
. - 1 i t A 1 I7TT A T
rrf lactones, lo hid country mm iu uuiurui auu v jww
DOES SUNDAY MEAN? To tho masses it menns
much the aamo thing, thut day of rest, Sunday.
The Christian DAY OF REST should not bo a day of enforced
cessation of labor, not the btccl bound rules and tho "Thou shalt not"
ci the ancient Jewish Sabbath or the rijrid Puritan Sunday with its
strict blue laws.
IT SHOULD BE A DAY WHEN THE CHURCHES, THE MUSEUMS
AND THE PARKS ARE THROWN OPEN TO ALL THE POOR AND
THOSE THAT NEED REST ESPECIALLY, A DAY OF PHYSICAL
REST, A CHANGE OF ENVIRONMENT AND A FITTING OF THE
MIND FOR A HIGHER SPHERE.
OOMBUfATIOM UHDBBWSaB 73&
vbould there be any dlaplsy of Jewel
ry. Soma women uae their widow's
weeds as a highly effective back
ground for tbelr Jewels, and the
thought of the observer la that Mr.
Blank must bare been heavily In
sured. Dainty women who are careful aa
to the fit and style of tbelr gowns
choose their underwear with discrim
ination. Illustrated la a garment that
la aure to meet with their approval.
It to a simple and graceful combina
tion of abort skirt and corset cover.
FRIBBLES OF FASHION.
Brown and Purple Modiah Combina
tion Thio Saaaon Tho Now Collar.
A picturesque suit of brown shantung
is accompanied by a purple scarf and
a purple bat massed with brown and
purple pansles. A purple frock of
brown nluon has a brown belt and a
brown net bell shaped hat with trails
of purple clematis.
The economical woman who Is bard
on ber g'oves will be glad to hear of a
novelty that will lesson the expense of
the long ones which are constantly
growing dearer. This Is an adjustable
top of floe lace which may be easily
transferred to the new short gloves as
the old pairs grow too much soiled to
There Is a little collar now In fashion
which has been suggested by those
worn by rierrots on fete daya In
France. It is made of lluen, gathered
Into a ruff about three Inches wide
and then Is tacked to a bodice or
Jacket somewhere between the neck
and the shoulder.
nere Is a gown made of white
foulard dotted with wedgwood blue
coin spots. It Is trimmed with bands
of plain blue taffeta and worn over a
gulmpe of fillet lace.
The Kind Tow Ilave Always Dought, and ri
In nse for over no yeem. hat borne tic
u-nd has been made u
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Ktn.oriy rx I I at lO.oeJock A. If.
rrnjerhtftHe at 7.2)0 on 'Wedaeav
day evening if t-acb week.
All an- cm dirtily Invited to attend
the Hervicee. .
J. Haydn. Howard, Tastor.
All Counterfeits, ImlUtiona auid "Jost-a-? l"aro but
Experiment that trifle with and endanger ): health of
Infant and Chlldrn Experience against Kxperlment.
What is CASTORIA
Caatoria ia a harmless snbstitate for Castor Oil Fare
aToac, Drop and Soothlnjr Brrnpc It Is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium Morphine nor otner Karcotlo
obstance. IU aye Is its rnarantee. IS destroys Worms
and allays Feverlahnesa. It cures IMarrbcea and Wind
Colic. It relieve Teethlntr Trouble, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Dowels goring healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA AI.YAY8
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Haye Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.:
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and CURE thi LUNC8
an a u.09.
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AND ALL THROAT AND LUNO TROUBLES.
OB KOVIT &XJrUHOZD.
fcawaahtllT ilWifrl. mi anm rft
all a Fat WaaL
lutK tapradacbM al lha Waal $1.00
waik al aiaawar aad ft alaiainaal a yaat
BOAD Or A THOUSAND WOVSZXS
a book al 75 pafea, raatiiaiaa
120 caHund pkalapapKa a $0.75
picturcaqua apj ia Caliiania
Taal . . . $3.35
All for . . . $1.50
AtMiaat all ar San to
Flood Building Saa Ff
WESTERN STAGE LINE
Office at the Mercantile Company'
dood 5tock - - - New Coaches
Daily from Lakeriew to Bly, connect
ing with Daily Stage to the railroad.
P. n. COREY,- - - Proprietor
. . . TIME TABLE . . .
In Effect May 1st, 1905.
Ar. Bogua a.t5
Steel Br'a S.45
" Kl b 8p'caTJ0
" Dixie .S.10
A. MXT.Pokecama 10.45 A H
r. rnxie iu.a& "
" El'b Sp'ca 11.40.
" Fall Crack 11.44
" Steel Br'ae lt.oe "
Klamath Springs Special.
Lt. Thrll...lJ0 P. UXr. Kl'h Bp'nt.ttPM
A r. rail ureets.H)
" Steel Br'ae 8.08 "
- Thrall I.4&
Ar. Boau 16
" Stval Br'geJ.15
Fall Creek M
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind Yoa Hare Always Bought
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of liquors and cigars to be found In
Oregon. ' SI
INSURE YOUR HEALTH
on stormy days
v by wearing a
1 s'.-'i in arvA
m ca HQj; y a
Klrst Baptist church of Lrkevle
Preachingserrilcesa 1 11:A.M and
7:30 P. M. on each Sunday. !
Sunday School 10: A. M.
J unlor 8oclety at 2:30 P. M. ,
Baptist Young Peoples Union at
:.T0 P. M. on each Sunday.
Prayer meeting 7.30, P. M. on Wed
nesday evenlug. . ;
Everybody Invited to attend ail
services. A. Frank Simmons, pastor
The Examiner has received a, new
sample book of the Wall Street line
of engraved certificates of stork and
bond blanks, the most up-to-date on
the market. Used and endorsed by
the leading financiers of America.
Copyrighted. Call and see them If
you need anything In this line, tt
RINTING IS AN ART IN
which TnE'ExAiimsR ex
.elts. We have all the late
' X J I
si lcs 111 ijrpc tuiu kccjj in
stock a large assortment of high
grade stationery so that there is
no delay in executing a large order.
Our prices will be found to compare
favorably with other prices. '
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