7 FiAKKVIKW, LAKK COUNTY, OKKCiON, THURSDAY, JANITAHV 7, 19 Off NO. 1 VOI,. XXX The Power of Cap- OUR ESSIE WAS . ital Is Now Pre-i BELLE OF THE BALL i eminent. By WOOIiROW WllON. Prtldnt of Princeton nlvcraitr. till! moMt Htriking fact ahotit tho actual organization of i . -1 . .i . . t . Ci moncrn pocicty h nun mi; iihwi coiisiiicuouh, vim J moHt nii'lilv wichlc nml the inoHt fonni'hihlrt power i not the power of govniincnt, hut tho power of capital. " MEN OF OUR DAY IN ENGLAND AND AMERICA WAVE ALMOST FORGOTTEN WHAT IT 18 TO FEAR THE GOVERN MENT, BUT HAVE FOUND OUT WHAT IT IS TO FEAR THE POWER OF CAPITAL. TO WATCH IT WITH JEALOUSY AND SUSPICION AND TRACE TO IT THE SOURCE OF EVERY OPEN OR HIDDEN WRONG. j Our iiK'iuoriort are not of history, bit of whut our own lives ami experience and tho live nml expericncca of tho men aliout us lime diclocl. Wo luivo hml no cxpericnco in our hty or in the days of which our father huvo told uh of the TYRANNY OF (JOVERN MENTS, of their minute control ami arrogant interference and urhi trnry regulation of our luisinc nnd of our daily life, though it inav lie that wo hIiuII know Hoiuething of it in LW NEAR FUTURE. We have forgotten whut tlio power of govommcnt iiu-uns and have found out what the power of capital nicnriH, and bo we do not fear govern ment and are not jealous of political power. We fear capital and are jealous of iu domination. Capital now look to the people like a force and into rent AI'ART, with which thev nuit deal as with a MASTER and not an with a friend. Essie Cobb, Born and Raised in Lakeviw, is Prominent in the German Capital Pleased Texan Writes Entertainingly of Lakview and Vicinity To Tli Kvammr-r, i '"lory of 0111 comitiy, and have suo- II i..., ........i... "( I V I in dolllii within ix innnMm loft Pitlliix. Texan tor an extended trio ' ",",t U" ownem lime rtrivtm ' I'""1,"' "-' throng'' tin Noitliuetcru slates and j ,M ,'" a ''"' 't year. I tie hcutdlti .uii.ii.iull v K....t I. ,. !,...,.... 'of which will he morn kii.nlr fi.lt u "f-. . mill IlltllQ . . . ..ff.nv, l" UIONWIM IjlMlCf. WIH II I 111' lliullll . ' pamctiliiriy-- l,uke county and the Lakeview coiniiiiiuity and thinking au expansion from me, thouuh iu an humble way liiittht he of some Interest to itiomt cnnleuiphtt lug a c limine of locution to better their conditions financially and other Ue. On entering the (ioldcn (miohh Luke Valley fiom the ninth, the scne t lint Kreetn thn eye In one of inHKiilH-'imit Krandeur. I front tf uh were the limpid water of thn beautiful (ionse Lake forming a mall crcceut for forty iiiIImh anil teriniiiHtiiiK ut l.Mkoview. i The Continental TIiih'm, of I'.crllii. ( ieriiiiiny. In Itx Ikkiic of Nov lth, tiita tliU to May of 1 lie 'I'lunikMnl vin celelirntloii of the Ainerlcnn colony tlier, which will Im of IkciiI lnterenf. I11IHI11 11c li an MIh K-oln Culdi, one of ' l.nkevlew'B fair dnujfMerH, wiia n ' participant: ; With a rit' rd tirt' ikinir it'udano; j f 41) tin? aniui'il Tli'iiikHlvin ti.111 1 ncn I and luill f IItIIii'h htMtlliuc ' American colony took plaee at t lw 1 LnmleH A nwMtelliiiiiNiark. Alt Mui ! till, TliurNila.v cvenliiK. SiK'ciwHful I and (Iclluliifiil Iu every retH-cr, the celeliration wiih clmni' tcrlniMl l.v all ; the traditional kouiI eheT of the tla.V of national Kal It mil. There were fearathal the hiuicIouh Ihihjiii t Inc , li.ill would look empty, even if a couple of hundred were prewiit, lint the expat rlutea cuine In fnrve, nnd when A inliiiH-nilor Mill, returned only a w hourH tx-fore from a fort lilK'it'H tour in the provluceM, rapH-d for oriler at elyhl o'clock, hla Miiuliuu face lMained upon a company that at retched from end to end of the loli ' aaloii. There whm lianll.v a vacant place at a Minute tiiMe. At t he tHhle of honor ' I In- Am haHMiidoraud Mrn. Hill the l:ittr'N lirnt apM-arioice anions her IihhI coinpntrloth Hanked by thcMpvakerM ' of t be evening. I r o f e k m o r ! William MorrlM avlM. of liar ! vnrd. and Mih Ii.in Ik, a. id I'i'ofeMHor (Mix II'T of ( 1 : 11 intiln. nnd Mr. I Abler; t'oiiMul in neral and Mtm. Thac Ikara, ('oiiMiil-fteiieral and Mm. iaff D V, of IireMileu, the indliberM of the I American Kuilniy unl of the ban j (iiet coiniuii tee and their uiveH. Nirace having tM-eu proiioiiuccd by tlif Uev. Mr. UriiMM.-r, pantor tf the Amer ' lean church, intention nan turned to tli.- ini'iiu. which iliMcloHcd. ainnn; le-wrnttta Hoiik, the National liird with iiH patriotic t rliiiinlntrrt of cran ! la-rry miiiicc and cvhT.v. Sweet pota tciea were a)o pie-ent. I Turtiot wiih lilloeil by t he Inl rod 11c- tirnt Mpeaker, I'rotcMMor havlM, who laiiiiclied foithwith Into a ch.irm lei lllr aft r-ilii.ncr babb'e wil, Min iiHin and ntorii M, aadd til inturenlfd pin t lex "ill arrive to partake of your ueueroiiH hnxpital Ity and help create a renter proa peril y, and they will be with you heart and hiuiI, in briuuiuu about auv cnuditliin ttiat Iihh tor lln ohject the Ijetterineut of iuankliil. To exprens iu favniahle Ii-iiiih on all iteiliM tliut xreet you in vinltltiK thin biiiiitittil laud tlowini; with "milk tnd houey', would be a plcaauit iu (Iceil. but time forbldH, and I am tnk-' nitf more of your valuable npuce tLau ly euaoweil 11 with her rlclinHt nilt, InavluK nothinu to be ad led to beautify ita landscHpe or enrich the already verdant hoi I. The natural reHourcea of aoutherii Oreuon, aurpan tlione of ail other atatea and aland without a peer iu all brunohuit of the wtuck iuduatrv. The homea. cattlu, blieep aud Iiokh are an flue hi nation ever produced. The timber aud mineral rcaourcea of southern Oro'" will add iiiilliona in wealth to aid the rapidly increiiHiiiK citleiiBhip to a higher atanduril of pronporlty. As to Keneral faruihiK, 1 am (touMtraiuud to believe that there la no better country in the United States than that which aurrouuda the Oolden OooHe hake valley aud South Kaatern ()reuou. The volume of pro ducts iii this marveloiiH coiuitt ' iu three or font yeard will be au ei ,hth woudor, aud aurpriHe to all the pioneers, as the new man with the hoe will coiuo and CHtabliah uew methods and uew appliances all up to date. 1 The orchard, the farm aud ;tbe dairy will each come iu for its ahare of the 1 proHperity of the uew man and hid method. . The rich deep aoil at every 1 turu Ih a moHt uttractiie leature and stands as ..' ttuarantse Unit your otforts, if .correctly applied will be richly rewarded. LHkevlew the (jueen city of the la ' laud u Empire, backed by aa HuJ natural resourcea as nature evei pro: luced, atauds as a living uioniiiiien to the suootiaa. of aa high type of pioneer citizenship aa the world has ever seen,, and yet, the little city, aa we now 'sofl ) is ouly an atom iu activity,' as to what it .ill. be iu a few yours, (or the advent of the Iron borse. and fof Ule thousands of good cltizeiis7oJ'owig iu his wake, will trausform the hidden resourooa Into commercial aud iudustrial success. The opening of the Military Laud (Jrant, by the Oreou Valley Land Co. that has been tied up aud aa Impediment to the development of the Lakeview uouutry for halt a ceu tury, should be looked upon, with more thau ordinary iutereat, for the Oregon Vulley Laud Co. have just recently acotupllshed the most re markable I uoloulzatlou sale 111 ih RABBI WISE ON OREGON APPLES Iu whl.'h "Seine Kleftnux," "Seiue orpiileiix" uim other cel-jbrllle of I'.erlln I'til vcrsii.v. When t he punch had icen reached, theuavelof the A inlxiHiailor lever bc'itleil IhroiiKh the hall iiLcain. to propoM- lheloul toiiHtHlo the Presi dent of the I'nited SlHU-Maudthe (ier uiaii ICiui"ior. They were followed rcMecl Ively b.v the piavlui; of "Hail Columbia" and "liie Wncht am ttheln," while 1 he tonstx were drunk Mt J. Mil i 1 11- 'rili.ll Mnim Ii- 111 ifila t.f! Scrantou, Pa., aHoprauo of rare er Kouai I entity aud charm of voice, ai peareil amoiii; the hhrulibery hidini; Mtlrred of the The keynote wiki aulllltant optlrnMUi with regard to Atni-rU-rt'M future. He paid a KlowLng trltute to tie- I'll Jfrllll fatlWM, "WtllMH- MOIll IM-M marehliiK la Amerlca'M fluht for bllfhcr cIvk- Idenlrt, ant to the teach -itm In McktMtla ami iiulverMftieM "win on low uailarleM an- laboring MleeplenM ly Hud miMe ItWIil.v to Int'iilcate the xpli it 4 KMMlcltlatriMhlpln ourland." A roii of Columbia mil vernlty men coutrlvwl ti"bunch" at the end of Prof A-Mer'a MMech and the hall re Moiinilwl of a HUiblen with the ear MpllttitiK war-cry of MoriiiiiKMlde llcluhlM Thi n the AmbaHsador read a cable icram which wiih proposed to kcikI to PreMidellt ItOOMVelt: 4uu fellow-countrymen com memoruiiiik: ThanKNivini; Iu lierfin MUid patriotic KreeiiugM a if I loyal muni wlxhea." lie iiHked Ihone Iu favor of dixputch Ini; the ineWMHiie ti Mlyiiify by ha lid clappini;. and when the thunder had MiiliMided he aunoiiiiivd: " The cable Kram la uunnimoiiHly apilaudei.'' There wan -iM'ral relief when t'e fruit and clu-cne MtatioiM on the me nu were ri-aclitwl, forthe tabl' -ervice had u '. Ii,.',i (.o is)I(mihm for It pace and l iok-i at watch'- revealed 1 hut over thni- hour had U-en Hpi-nt Iu food, ph.VHhal and intelec't lial. liite coffee and cijiurett wereenjoy ed Iu the ante-rooiiiH, the hall nun cleared for dancing, which beiran nhortl.v la-fore midnight and lasted until the eari.v iiioruiiiK Htreet-carM were heard clanuln their way th irnh Alt-Miiabit. A always happ-nsat TliankHi vlnn function. Thurday evenint; wa notable for Ita dinplay of American Ix-auty and fetching clothe. It wa the m-neral conwnsu of the male contingent that never had ho many pretty jrlrl and matron lan-n ua Membled la a i'crlin Hall room. MIhh Cord of BHton, Iu pink crepe du chin; Mi Unpley of Duluih, in pink net; Ml Cobb of Lakeview, In navy-blue velvet and MNs liinUn of Brooklyn, iu white tdlk, were ainuled out on all hand a the belle of the ball. The conceited apiiearunce of their dance card indicated that the selection like the President, cablegram weeined to t uuatiimoiiHly ap plaude 1." Wall Street Is the Servant of the Country. Br SERENO . PRATT. Editor of th Willi Strnt Journil. ALL STREET 18 8IMPLY A, CUSTODIAN OF OTHER PEOPLES MONEY, A TRUS.TEE OF OTHER PEO PLE'S PROPERTY, A 8TCWARD OF OTHER PEO PLE'S ESTATE8. IT Ifi, MERELY THE 8ERVANT OF THE COUNTRY. The two billion dollars which are deposited in its Lank? and trust companies arc in reality the DEPOS ITS OF TTTK COUNTRY, anl bandrcb of millions directly represent the balances of interior banks in Now York institutions. The frreat ojierations which are carried on in its stock exchanges are in a large part CONDUCTED BY THE PEOPLE of the country. Hie Stock Exchange is really a national institution. Many of its mem bers are citizens of Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, St. Loui gnl other cities, and of the 590 firms represented on its floor 314 maintain 527 branch offices in twenty-nine of the forty-six states of the Union. In so far as Wall street has fallen short in the pcrfonnanees of it duty it has been for the most part in FAILING TO RECOGNIZE ITS POSITION AS THE SERVANT of the country. IT HAS BEEN OPEN FAIRLY TO CRITICISM IN THE PAST THAT TOO OFTEN IT HAS ACTED AS IF IT WERE THE PRINCI PAL INSTEAD OF THE AGENT, AND THE OWNER INSTEAD OF THE STEWARD, AND THE BOSS INSTEAD OF THE HIRED MAN. It ha-s acted as if it owned the money intrusted to its care instead of being merely the trustee of it. It3 financial leadership in too many cases degenerated into financial bossism. Moreover, it is al-o fair crit icism to 6ay that Wall street in many ways has been PROVINCIAL in its outlook. There are scores of Wall 6troet men who know the earnings of the railroads and who have at their tongues' ends the sta tistics of wheat and iron productions and yet who have never crossed the Allegheny mountains or seen the Mississippi river. Admitting all this, however, Wall street has nevertheless DONE THE WORK which the country has cut out for it. Sheep Men are Plan ning to Adopt the New Conditions WEEKLY WEATMEK REPORT. Week cndiiiK TueHday, Jan. ti, l!tuS Pay max 'rnlu, prt-clp nation uu the leit, h low iHiute of moiiiitHliia 1 "i.ipmeu " mu ouioei," nui in con nklrt tln Lake' entire leuth, reflect- j l'l,,Hio" would Mk to be kindly re 1 111 thn lull iiIiixm iii tha .i.i .. ! member tn ttli thn HRteemed eit ipnv. be Ufa tli. On lb nat ni.ie vt thu 1 ' "'t while in your ciiidnt. ami I " ' nan u in 1 lie naicoiiy ami Ink a i thn allr r.n r .l,.Mi I 1 : that my fondent hones mnv 1m rMHlizn.l 1 ' hearts Willi a lemMti'ill nod thero with ImHiitiful Inn a 'hiwI i iu HiitlcipMtion of beiutf with vou s,,,r panuhil liaimer. ori-hnrds, well kent bnnm and uood . nt t,le o'""ik of the ureal laucl Kraut tio mux. next AiikiihI, and with the kiudebt The mea lowH me ren for nnleH rouard to yourself and lady, and miles; the thoiiHatids of acres of 1 lu yourn very Holy, Harvest fields tlmt hml delired their M- C - ill itte, DuIIhs. Texas. yield of Kolden yraln was semiiiKly an emlless clmtn. In fact the tiold- eu (Joiue Lake Valley is a veritable 1 Paradise, where .Nut lire has so luvinh i nn. i-eiix .Miicr, Uolntiiliia h brainy acholar, wan enilnisiinstkally Kreeted when the AmbiiMHttdor ire eiited him. Trof. Adler, after ex prexxliiu; hi plenMiire at Ik'Iii; "nne of the Knur Hundred" a Hitlly ut the number preneiii proceeded "tn deliver a thniiKhtful and eloquent nddrt-Mx. nnvw fall character of day wed. I 4-lji'l j il.tm thur.J lit! I L'.sT 0 5tl fnd'yl jiN I Uti I J.4T bat "y j -Ml On "I o.'ou mm. 1 :i! j 1 o.i: tni 60 00 , W I I chly 111011.1 j.' j L'l M j 8 I tlli-H. j ill I 24 I 0..X j 00 I cldy I'rof. WillettH, wa over from Adel, to Kpend the liulidaya with his family. He reporta no anow in the Warner Valley; that bin liorsea have run at lure every uiht anJ there Is an abundance of jjreen Krasu for fe-d, to tin Joy of the uHHknieu. Dr. Stephen S wise, rabbi of the , fiii S. naironne of New Yark city, re- tains an ardetit affection fur the I'u j clitic iiorihwcut, lila rcHldencc fi.r nev leral yearn. 1 11 comnieiitlnii on the prize applcH re'entl.v xen to Kuropeau rulera and exbiblted In New York, he wrlten: "Why Ik tlim fruit nent to hiu-Ii IndilTereul I IreRonlHiin hh Kd- ward.'WIIhclm, Nil IioIiih and Mr.l'al ! flereV If you really want Oregon applea to count, do not waate them 011 ICuropean inoiia:cliH, but Kctihem Into the ayHtcina at Orconl"" who love and treaaure cverythlnjr On-go-nlaii, from little Mount Hood to blir Hood lClver applea. iiut the applea won t lie kept lonn on cxhlliltlon Iu our hornet here they would vhiiIhIi aa the mint hovering over the hiiiii mltof Mount Hood before the morn Iiik HUH." Prof. It. 10 Uuehunon, of Ames, Iowa, returned from the Warner Lake Valley Sunday aud left for home Mon day moruiuu. . He was ho pleuHed with the laud of tlio valley that he Uleif ou a desert claim for himself, aud also ou one for liia brother, aud nave . orders for 'the immediate improvement of the same. ISotu Kcut'eiuen will ' return lier iu Hie apriuK and will conduct opeiatious ou their farms on au ' exteusive scale iu a Holontltln way. The fact that Mr. I'uobduiiu Is a professor la the Iowa state Agricul tural Colleue, aud has traveled exten sively all over the West, aud after much iuvestlK-atlnu was au charmed with the Groat Waruer Lake Valley, aa to make preparations for a future home there speaks volumes for its ad HutagH, of soil, climate aud productions. It snowed all Monday night, leav Inn 8 luetics of heavy wet snow ou thu ground. The precipitation was oue inch. Tuesday it ralued all day aud all nlubt. The roads are a mass of slush. The staves make fairly good time. I I I 1 t '..iSzS I r Some of the Ktockmen of thin sec Hon. and entieeiall.v the sheepmen, view with conciderahle concern the certain Incoming of settlers to take up the government lands, now avail able in Lake county to the extent of probably a million acres of tillable bum. Iu thin matterther onlv await tDe change that baa been Inevitable to the Kto.k-Krowinj; Intercuts all through the went from Canada to Mexico. There will nimplv tie a cnaiifre 111 the methods to those found necessary elsewhere. For Instance, at I'hoenix. Arizona, the shivpmen having been cmfrori' ted with the same problem thatexlsts here today, solved it to their natls faction.aud to their jfieater profit. They learned that the old theory of unlimited himmi range is necessary to the niccessful minimi of 8het u iu the arid West lias been exploded uccord Iiik to the experience and npfniou of Mr. Dunlop, of tlK Salt River Vallev. j Mr. I) mlou hag tried both method.. I and has forsaken the free erasing or open range method, aud has jm-t bought a burnt of (iOtlsheep which will lie kept exclusively on eighty acres of his alfalfa farm. Without auv refer ence to the fact that advancing civ llzailon and improved niethoits in dry farming and the storageMf water or irrigation must continually re strict the open range for gracing, Mr. Dunlop advances many points In fa vor of raising under wire over me oiieu-rauge plan, Iu the first place the ten per cent loas among the lambs from the coyotes which the open-range sheepman figures on, is avoided entirely with a woven wire fence. There la a saving of at least two pounds of wool to the sheep each year, for this amount must usually be thrown away because tif the dirt and cockle burrs gathered In the open range, to this may tie added the wards of $50anacre from thatsource. The change probably will not dl mioish the flocks here, but Instead will Improve the quality of both wool and mutton and largely increase the peoduction. And every settler will in this way make eheep one of his sources of profit, aa it does not take loug to get a start of alfalfa, ami with cure flocks will rauidly increase. Viewed from this standpoint tho cutting up of the great ranges, with limited feed, and sowing same toalf- ulfa, will make Lake couuty more famous as a sheep producing section In the future thin has tieen the case in the past, when the wool and mut ton products occupied tir.-t place in the eyes of shippers and consumers. CATTLE RUTSLERS GETTING BOLD JACK CUTLER, A HARVARD STAR. Cutler, candidate for quarterback ou the Harvard football team, is from Andover and played a first class mine last season. He la swift at running back punts aud uses excellent generalship in giving the slguaU to the team. Klamath Herald, 1: Parties com Ing in from the luiiry anil Bonanza country state that the people of that section are iu a high state of excite ment over the cattle and horsesteal ing which has lieeu going on in that neiuhborhood. It is usserted that this business has been going oh for a number of years but never reached the exteut which it has this vnr There has been a gang of t helves who have been making a oractice of stea ing cattle and horn's, and while It Is pretty well known who the pur slesare.lt has been impossible, to obtain evidence which was consider ed sufficient to convict. The people tire adverse to making complaints for fear of the failnre of conviction aa the irnnu- Is so Mtnm- facts that hoof rot and niauv other that they are a menace to the private diseases are avoided by the watchful cltlzeu. The feeling, however, Is be farmer, that the wool grows lietter coming so strong that the belief Is ex- aud heavier under the reetrlctiou of. pressed that if the outfit is not clean the fence; and that the sheep mature : t'l out soou that there is liable to much younger aud grow larger. j something happen which will stir up These are tin significant words t'c entire country. It Is said that with which Mr. Dunlop closed the from the gap east there is the mot IntTView. Intense feeling among the people who "Lots of money has been ntade Iu I have suffered, and it may reach such sheep iu the prist, but those who a poiui wnere they will take the law think sheep days are over are might-! Iu their own hands, ly mistaken. They are just begin-! The sheriff and deputies have U'en ul tig, Wool last year was 22 cents a j doing evervthlug In their power to pound and lambs sold for fi. Sup. tract dowii the offenders, but It Is pose wool sells for 14 cents this year) realized that It will cost a large sum and lambs for f t a man cnu make a of monev to break up the gang, and hundred per cent profit ou his band I the sheriff Is not alio 4-d anything be. or sheep. Of course he has to have a 1 ond his salary. The Count v Court ranch aud alfalfa to start with. A has promised help in a small, way man could come into tills valley with and has offered a J.V) reward in oue a few thousand dollars. liUV a few lease . . It Is believed tlmr acres plauted Iu alfalfa, stocic it with cau be secured to send a large uuin- sheepat nine to the' acre and clear JO per cent a year on his whole in vestment. That is he could do It if he knew his business." That alfalfa will thrive here Is un disputed. Over lu the uext valley, the Surprise, int of the land there Is devoted to Its growth, and that without the aid ol Irrigation? Ulg money is made by farmers w ho raise it for the seed, often realizing up- lier over the road aud permanently ureuK up me nana of theives, and It Is probable that the County Court will offer to stand the expense If a general lynching Is to lie averted it Is stated that the county authorities w ill have to take some action with out delay. Assessor Foster is down from Huoj. met Lake.