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at ue tiiwe of xitrauwn of im-ir tatacrl puon.
or tbe (MriM-nt ! tte. and for other ruucioa
ha ! 10 rfiaeoetiBne sab rriptioaa
oslj vbcsamtcdjodOM. AU peraoua peyiaf
ieB sataerlMng. f pajlsg ia adsin-e, wUi
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a year, nrreaiter we win kihi toe paper wui
napooalbie petMtoa wb order it, thotig they
war oot aeod tbe money, with tbe a aria rut-
lug that tb? are to pay L25 -a year, la eae tbrr
tne tHiijarnf.uoB accosai ran oxer six
months. I a order i hat there saay a no niUua
cmiaitding-, we will keep Uts aotiee stasdlng
at this plaea is the paper.. . m
CIRCULATION (SWORN) OVER 4000
INTERESTING AND CORRECT.
The postoffice,; which was establish
ed long before the existence of great
corporations and trusts awoke any 'de
sire for public ownership of public con
veniences,' Is the jonIjrIlving example
of what the Government can doIn the
way of serving the nation. Is the pos
tal service as near perfection as a pri
vate corporation could bring ft? It is
doubtful whether any firm' or corpora
tion would -tolerate half the" Incompe
tence exhibited by the employes of
Uncle Bam in the various departments
of the postofflce. ; 'Cases. -can be cited
where blunders have--been made that
caused" very much anoyance. f What
if your letter is lost; even suppdsing'lt
Is registered? You know for how much
nejjovecnmen JS naoie. itin xaac
express or telepraph companies, you
may sue them for any amount and re
-cover substantial damages. They are
more readyto rectify tTrors and listen
to complaints... Railway corporations
want your custom and cater to It, but
you feel that Uncle Sam does not care
whether "you write one letter j or ) a
thousand letttrja day. ? He claims to
lose money -on the transaction either
wajr. Oiven the same amount of year
ly business done "by the postofflce a
private concern wquld cUr k million
dollars or. more without : increasing
rates, give better Service and treat he-
ettirloyea iettef. -N,
June 3, 1902. ' f
Some months ago 'the Statestrian ex
tressed something like 4.he -above sen
timent, whereupon the' National organ
of the Socialists, printed Injtbej.wlndy
state of, Kanaas. jumped oh to us wKh
both feet.' cat If d ui all kinds of hard
names and accused us of being tied up
to the trusts,' etc. - -The Statesman at
that time hadex pressed Itself In-favor
Of Indlrldua ownership and operation
of all property t and against commun
Ity, state or Oovrrnmeht ownership or
operation. 2The" "Statesman believes
that that government governs best
which governs least.- It believes In the
Indlvlduah the unit. . It is opposed to
Socialism , in every form. It "believes
In larger ogpoitunltiesi for Individuals,
and constantly ? larger - opportunities;
and greater equality of .opportunity.
This will make every citizen a.n Inde
pendent Tunlt of tke Ckjverhmerrt. This
Is the strongest and best kind of jOov
ernment on earth, made up Of educated
an property holding and home; loving
and patriotic Individuals, each, with a
stake in the. prosperity of th .country
and the perpetuity of its free institu
tions, --. i -;
SOLID SOUTH NOT 80 SOLID.
" The following from the Motile, Ala
bama, Register, one of the solid news
papers of the' "Solid South, is an In
teresting argument 'and confession : . .
Th Kinui r1w Imirtial fa irw1r
sure that the South has no man of suf
flclent greatnetM! or JtufBclent ; ptpuiar
Ity to make him prominently strong
all over the country. I A verj little
thongmt on the subject would cause the
Journal to repse Its Judgment,, .It Is
not safe to dogmatise. The career of
Slr JBryanorjof-i afr.i RooseveK : is
enough to show that "sufficient popu
larity" Is close upon the heels of al
moat "any man of ability. This Idea
oc running a Southern man Uas not
hrtori ' Hk1 - Tt la nut ,lu n
in advance that there Is no material
available. . The Journal la technically
right, however, in saying that aa long
as the South Is "safe for one parly Its
. , i - - - , . ' , j
imlial vlihM will J- illir..iMfct- I
political wishes will beJ disregarded: t
but the Journal has overlooked the
changes "going on In the South. We
have at least one Southern state that
- QP SIX WEEKS 1 7
irrtarang Monday. Jun . wl i .
L jctad In one of the ruu.is f t?i7 V
1534 Business Celltee. c-crr..- i.: .
ahlngtoo streets. It wii: k,. .ir'l
-2aooi of studv. aeIrnt
rgbjsr sradas Jn tbe Aurn.it
a, further partlcuUra oa ait?u-7
OPEN ALL THE YEAR :
JZm Tortland Business CotU gr i n, I .
yev. Studeats may Mltf at
tor specUI branch. t,r r. u
-, and receive Individual or c.aX. 7
action, as preferred. - Ckn or - ,wi t
larB m &tt and hi r t. .
URTUNT t rL
would be In: the doubtful column under'
ordinary conditions; and another that;
is so closely allied with the Republic- i
ans on thd tariff that sot' much "of a
wrench would be required te pull it out
of the safeT class. 'Several of the
Southern slates have adopted consti
tutions that have freed the whites
from the fear of "negro domination-
that solid-cement which has held the!
South solid' and safe.' It Is a poor I
prophet; who foretells the future with?
out1 taking: these things Into account. !
Underwood, the alleged chlldslarer.
was located and captured by bis camp-r
nre. Convinced that, the fugitive was
fKmrwhere wlthfn a certain area. Sher
iff Cudlhee climbed a tall mountain
which commanded a broad expanse of
forest and tideland, -and - scanned the
country-with his field glaases.' Soon
he detected a telltale wisp of blue
smoke rising from the dark forest.
This was surrounded by hfs 'posse, and
the capture of " tbe unarmed and ex
hausted youth was comparatively easy,
says the Spokane Spokesman-Review
' But tbe fugitive Oregon convicts are
too cunning to offer (his advantage to
their pursuers. S They have found it
safer to raid Isolated farmhouses and
cook their captured, fogd on the ranch
ers' stoves. At one place they remain
led long enough to i prepare several
pounds of bacon, sufficient foodi'under
preesure to serve them for days.
There is a limit, though, to the sue
cess of thetsefdaring tactics. Even "in
mid-summer, the) nights in the deep,
damp forest of Western Oregon and
Washington . will chill one to the mar
row. Underwood complained that he
could not keep- warm at night,; even
when sleeping "by a campflre, iand It Is
- , ; . . ' 1r . ..
certain that the Oregon coiivlcts have
suffered from cold and are yielding to
the long strain of excitement and hard
ship. This fact counts, In favor of the
pursuing posse, whose members are di
vided into relief parties;
On the other hand, the convicts have
the distinct advantage of the almost
perfect cover afforded by the dense j
woods In which they have! been hid
ing. One who has not crutsed through
these Western forest can have slight
conception of ' their jungle nature. In
places the bottom lands' are
Impenetrable -tangle bf vine
der, salal bushes, thimble berry bushes
and "devil's walking sticky I Concealed J
In such a covert, the desperadoes, with
their proved skill as "marksmen, could
kill a doxen men before they could Tv
taken." ' H
Tim an easy matter, - from pleasant
fireside or comfortable offlcel to declare
that the posse ought to walk in and
capture the thugs without farther non-
nse; but undisciplined men are ehtry
about charging Into a hidden battery
of that character, partlcularly'when m-
great principle Is involved. (Host, men
would behave, under like circumstanc
es- substantially as the posse has be
haved.:. ' - ' ; 7'7'j i.'.'7.::
THE JAPANESE SILK; FRAUDS.
-(American Economist, June 20.)
In August of last year the United
States) Appraiser at the port- of Nfw
Torlc reported to Collector Bldwelt
certain frauds of a startling nature In
connection with the importation of
Japanese silks. The public press has
given a greoit deal of attention to these I haire contributed to the1 Improved con
cases, especially In view of .)ie extent dttion DUt mainly two things. One
of the frauds . complained of end In
view of the action of the Government
officials who have had to do with these
cases. . lEvery branch of the customs
service, -. excepting the United" States
Appraiser' at New Tork.1 ruled I that
there 'was no cause ' of action, but- In
January . of this year President Roose
velt directed the appointment of dep
uty assistant iattorney-s;eneral to re,
view tbe action of all departments In
connection-with these case The for
mal report of sfr.W. Wlcksham Smith,
acting as deputy- assistant attorney
geheral, has not yet been filed with the
Attorney-General, but his Investiga
tions resuKed in the arrest on criminal
charges of two members of the firm
of A. S. Rosenthal Co. last week,
which Indicates that the rulings of the
Treasury Department and Its subordin
ate divisions under Ex-Secretary Gage
were decidedly. erroneous.; 7 7?
.The American Economist Is just as
much interested in gtad administration
as In good laws, and- ws find In. these
cases an aaministrauve lesson wnicn i
should have the, careful consideration 7
--fc. .t aM. e w i
urr. Mr. Shaw, and of the President. I
That frauds of sv startling character t
existed. Ih thes cases we wiw -
out fear' of contradiction, and that'
every customs, official. Including - Ex-
Secretary Gage, ruled In favor of
Importers, excepting the United States
Appraiser at New Tork, Is a. matter of
omcial record. Tne two memoera j
the firm referred to above arrested on
criminal charges have been released ' pajwengers being told In gruff man
under 169.000 bafl, and K I now aa- ner t, -move up" whetn standing In the
aerted that civil action will be begun '
for the recovery -of large sums out of
which tne oovernment was aerrauaeo.
pearly all the great importers or tns
United State were practically driven'
out of importing Japanese silks.
cepting Rosenthal Co. v
The following elements enter Into
7 First. -Violation of our tariff lawa '
Secohd. ; Loss f revenue. "7
' Third. Collusion of customs officials.
Fourth. Honest competition by hon
est Importers destroyed. ".7
The administration can lay its hand
upon every official who failed to do his
duty, and in the -courts. the Importers
will have their hearing'. If customs of-
CciaJs will go so far as they have in
these cases to defend those who were
defrauding the revenue, it la time for
the administration o summarily
mora every official who is proved by
the record to have been, identified
with these cases.
Former -Appraiser Wakeman makes
the following' statement for publica
I wish to congratulate the admin
istration and every one identified with
the recent development In connection
i wlth the Japanese silk frauds. - This
Investigation was inaugurated by me In
August. 101. The eases, are now In
such shape, -througn the searching and
exhaustive investigation of W; Wick
ham Smith. Special Deputy Assistant
Attorney-General, that they will have
proper attention, but naturally I turn
to ihose. Government officials who were
responsible for failure In these cases
and the lack of prosecution when they
were first reported by me In August
last.'-' , ;.7 : .
"In endeavoring; to discharge my du
ty as United States Appraiser, In ac
cordance with the law and regulations
I found my efforta blocked in every di
rection by certain Government officers
who are named, as follows: '
"First By the action, of Assistant
Appraiser Sherwood and Examiner
"Second By the action bf the Col
"Third by the decision of the Solicits
or of the Treasury, based on the doubt
ful question of fact submitted by the
Collector's office. . V ?-
"Fourth By the opinion and atti
tude of United States District Attorney
Burnett; V ... ' '
Tlftlt By the decision of General
4- 1 CU SSCZ OUaUlJClVa
"Sixth By the failure of Assistant
Secretary Spauldlng and ex-Secretary
Gage to give me departmental sup
port. 7 ;. 7' '.'--v -
"Seventh By the decision of the
Treasury Department on the report of
I Duperviwng opwiai Agent cjmute iuu
I gpedaj Emptoyee Johnson exonerating
Supervising Special Agent Chance and
the importers and practically holding
them, blameless' for any Wrongdoing."
"Throughout the day numbers of
royal personages have been ' arriving
from the Continent. They were met
at the railroad stations by royal .car
riages and guards of honor, and were
escorted to the official residences as
signed to them. Consequently plenty
of entertainment was provided for the
crowds of sightseers filling the streets.
The above is an excerpt, from the
cablegram sent yesterday from London
telling of the opening of coronation
week, the festivities to be wound up on
Saturday.' "Plenty of entertainment
is good. All the people attending: the
festivities need to give-them "enter
tainmenf is a sight of royalty;: no
matter how undeserving of applause.
and not ' much matter of what color.
These goings-on over there are calcu
lated to make the averaare American
doe, not. believe 'a, royal
person Is any better than the average
man 'or woman, unless be or sne nas
proved himself to he better by the ex.
hi bit Ion of better manners, superior
intelligence, or extraordinary kindness
of heart . .But K will take a long time
for KngllsJimen and Europeans to get
over their notions' of the divinity that
hedges about a king or bf the superior
ity that a title confers. .
vThe Oregon Supreme Court is now
only about a year behind in Its work.
It has not been' long sthce the work was
behind two -years. Several things
of these Is the fact that the Justices
are provided with stenographers. The
decisions that were formerly; laborious
ly written out. by hand' are now dic
tated to the stenographers and by them
put. In typewritten form. The other
is the fact that thera is not as much
new litigation as there was a few years
ago. During the- ard ' times' from
1893 to 1897 there was a rush of appeal
cases, so much of a rush that the court
necessarily fell behind In its work, and
there -.was no relief until the Legisla
ture furnished the stenographers. It
Is predicted that wKhln a year or so
the court will be up with its: work, i
condition that has not existed for
long time, but one that will be especial
ly pleasing to the people : who have
business there. There Is not a harder
worked body of men in the state than
these three Justices of the. Supreme
Hereafter when a woman desires to
board a street car or alight therefrom.
M Uy of th llnea n NewTork CHy,
-.,n 4.erv more courteous treaW
. . . - . . . ..
merit. st xtte luuiat 01 me conauciors.
rHntendents makes It compulsory for
lhe conductors to assist In every possl
ble way towards the convenience of the
women passengers. Heretofore the
custom has been to let a female pas
enjer dimb on and ret off a car the
t way she and If she happen
d to be, accompanied by a child her
task was still harder. Also instead of
aisle they will be requested to do so
in a polite and gentlemanly style. A
of tliat urt vonidn b amlaa on
of the car Unes this side of the
Rocky Mountains. .
f It la reported from Washington that
President Roosevelt Inclines strongly to
the Idea of having a strong man from
m hvhv .vim svs aes - --------- nsra v i
In 1904. This' being; the case, why ;
should Oregon not supply the strong
manfor Vice president? :' She ran do
It. And Oregon Is entitled to the place
for several reasons, among- them being
he fact that this 'state furnished the
only white spot in ail the gTeat coun
ty T(t of the Missouri river, spotless
and clean f rom. the -taint of Bryan! am,
after the election of 1894. Who shall
he man be?
'Salem now has the unquestioned hon
or of having' the largest poultry paper
on this coast, as -well as the largest
farm paper. In point of circulation, and
the f ormer, at least. In point of volume
of advertising business. , The business
pf these papers extends : all . over the
Northwest and Into Northern Califor
nia, Utah, : and.' "in fact, all over the
country. ! These papers, the. North
west Poultry Journal (until now tbe
Oregon Poultry Journal) and the Pa
cific Homestead, are published out of
the Statesman building. ; 7
sxTbat model irrigated farm which
Colorado proposes to contribute, to the
SL Louis World's Fair ought to be one
of the most, Interesting sights In .that
great exposition. : . Irrigation ; on
national seals has Just been enacted.
and It will be under way before the
Fair of 104 opens. The whole country
wiirbe interested in that subject, but,
of course only a small part of the
country can see It In. practical work.
This exhibit canndtTfatt to attract
great atterrtlori. Stv Louis Globe-Dem
ocrat. ', .
The Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany li to double tne iorest pairoi
service of last year that Is, twice as
many men as Jast year' will attempt to
keep the valuable timber lands of the
railroad company free from fires dur
Ine" the dry 'season. Timber in this
state is becoming? more and more valu
able, and It Is a good thing: for all the
people that greater efforts are being
put forth oiv every band to preserve
the forests for present and future needs
and wealth, v : Vs j .
Governor Jefferson Davis of Arkan
sas has had two notable1 Incidents in his
life of late.'. ' A church has by unanl
mous vote expelled him for getting
drunk on several occasions, whilethe
Democratic State Convention has un
anlmbusly renominated-him -for Gov
ernorperhaps for the same reason.
Exchange. The) church has since rein
stated the Governor; perhaps for a dif
ferent reasonl - .' ..'T
The action of the Governor la par
doning. Convict Ingram will be gen
erally approved.;? His deed 'deserved
this' reward, and he may yet t become
a useful citlzen.-Evenlng Telegram,
Portland. 7 Quite .true. ' And it would
have been the proper thing to do any
way, for the discipline of the prison.
The capturing .or killing of Tracy and
Merrill will be another excellent thing
for the discipline of the prison. r
The Salem superintendent of streets
is doing some good work. Just now
he Is having put in several cement
cross walks. ;.to take the place of Old
wooden walks. The new. walks are
more lasting than the old, and they are
Infinitely' more comfortable for the
public, to say nothing of making a bet
We can no longer, ship army mules
to South Africa, but a trade for Amer
ican; flour has developed there, and the
mills of the Northwest. are already sup
plying: it by the ship load. I ; So the
profHs of peace,' for the North wes at
least, may be greater than the profits
of-war.' 77'-'- - 7' . -- 7- :
Statistics of judicial proceedings In
Great Britain recently presented , In a
parliamentary report show that during
the year 19QQ there was an average of
one-lawsuit for every twenty-fiv per
sons in the kingdom. Evidently that
Is a great country for lawyers.
Mr. Bryan had a strong "kick" com.
- - I
Danquac ana was not piacea en im,w1 It explained by wire that thla
program for a speech. The Nebraska n I
would sooner, talk. than eat .any, day.
He can scarcely be blamed, under the
circumstances, fpr. refusing to attend..
Says the San Jose -Mercury: In view
of the fact that, cherries are bringing
ll.DO per box In the Chicago market and
the crop in this yalley is too large to
pick, the increase In the price of dia
monds is not causing the fruit growers
The convicts who escaped, from the
"Salem Penitentiary seem to be in
cllned to take-an extended vacation.
Ban Jose Mercury. It they get In range
of the guns of some of their pursuers
It will bea very much extended vaca
i The electric storm la Chicago Sunday
night, demolished V church as well as
frightenening tbe people, but it will
probably take a stronger faint than this
to cause the Windy City to change Its
manners. Exchange. '
An exchange thinks the struggle over
Cuban reciprocity in Congress promises
to create more worry for thei Am
can people than, .the war that freed th
Island from Spanish domination.
President Pal ma is finding out al
ready that. the Government of a Spanish-American
republic Is quite different
front' the management oT an exporting
house 111 New , York. .
General Miles Is apparently putting
m his spare time Inventing a system of
Is wha everybody is intercstf d in at.tlio prpfiont; iiino,
Wexare ehowinff a nice line of Porch (Jhairiin lidht
mapier-t-soineininp; ucw in
I. it a 1.
most attractive furniture for
-V I . ; .77 .
Are admitted to ba the best
' a larjejasortnvent of theso
. W . . V i-
it uoea not pay to go witnout a uamarocic when
can buy at the prices we offer. ",.
We feel constrained to aain mention the merits of the famous
' -"r;7 " : 7:'--..-i'; --Tj-; ; '"J77; . . ' , -'?':".'"' i i ' : '-' ; 7 ' T.j '"" '
Because we iknov how thoroughly they do their wort,and the
benefit derived j from tliem is beyond estimate. Every pound of
" . . j. : It j 1 1 : ? . . i . . .
ice consuraeu gves onjnore coia
tban any ot
rier kind on ih'e market." It is tho only rfriir-rator
this peculiar and yet
in its favor is that
or the ice man to
This saves the marring of the finish, as well as the breaking out
pf the lining. Call for one of the little bbolclels uring of one
hundred other cood mints. One of t lice refric-era tors can Ik;
seen in use at Fuller & Douglas'
PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
: The rhakCwaly house haying . been
burned to the ground, the ieOple over
there who havi been Its patrons will
now have to come the whole way. V
' : " .7" ' ".-''- . '' ' ' "' .:';"
All' of the falmera excepting - those
who had a little clover hay" out. were
congratulating themselves yesterday
over the fact that the campmetng in
Turner was in
session and rt rained.
And some of those who had clover bay
out were "happy, too. ' 7-
7 ... -'.- . 0 0 o ! V '
Testerday was evidently not their
busy, day fori the escaped convicts.
They were evidently taking a day oft.
- --; ;r 7";,- ,-o,o o 1;l'
- The hospitals have been full of ty
phoid feverc-aes. And still we have
no health officen
- ' e 7
A Texas Indian who had been whlp-
ped by his mother-in-law killed him-
u an unusual case.
The hop men are feeling flrslrate.
The -prospect for a good yield .of fine
hops is fair, and the price la now
higher for bops of the . Xnmt1- ouallty
than K has been for several yea"-
Postland Evening Telegram: That is,
for several years at this "time of year.
- ..-7'.;.;. - e :;;;7:';-!7
Salem's Fourlh of July celebration Is
going-to be a hummer and no mistake.'
The eagle will scream louder than ever
before in the Capital CHy, .and more
musically to boot.
re of Saturday night,
last' was quite
iem. This makes the two cities seem
cJosw together, a fact that ought to be
appreciated by the people of the me
tropolis. :. .. ; r-
J Clans Spreckles Js to establish i
wireless cable system between Call
fornla and Hawaii, if the experiments
prove successfuL Then Jie aild waves
will say something of value to Mr.
England's King will occupy the first
page of the American newspapers for
a week. He will get several, hundred
thousand dollars' worth of advertising
free of cost. "
JO HELP BIEfEWORKERS
WEST VXRCrNIA STRIKERS RE-
;CEIVE AID FROM NATIONAL
HEADQUARTERS. ' -' -
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind, June 23.
Funds are being sent from the NaUonat
headquarters of ; the MlnewOrkers -in
Indianapolis, to furnish provisions for
the striklna mmers and their families
in Went VJrlnlA,' Secretary Wilson
says three carloads of food are belnj?
rent dally from r Cincinnati to the
strike district. v.;..;
Perfect Circalatfoo iJJ'.Ii-iil
is season. luov mate
lawns and porches.
, 1 . . .7-
hamm K-ks nade.- We J avo
goods ia attractive st les.
a y a . ,
air in 1111s mate 01 reirigeraior
scientific principle. One of tlio
the ice coes in at tlie front, so it i
use tcnirsrin nuttine in the iro
grocery store. x
huju rasa. a '
0 OH lOnoaN CO. lOSt Market st, a f.
oarS if vaa try 1 -i.
will be a
M m, -v sad oars is so stroas; w
1 ;.I1FH guraatceacareor rrfund
. moDjr. aad we send jroa
free trial bottle if yoo write for it.
6! IILOH'S coats 25 ceaU and will care Cotv
autnptioa. Poeanwynia, Bronchitis .lad all
Laag Troablea.. Will core a cough or cold
In a day, and thns prevent serious result.
.It has been doinr these thiafr if tO years. .
a. C iyw-L-a ft Co.. Vm Ror. W. V.
karfs Clover Root Tea cerrects las Stosiacs
ANSWER BY MRS. J0ES
r- vttr v rxvrtiv rrvnvr rnts
ON GUARD DOES NOT DE
SIRE A SUBSCRIPTION.
Edltoy Statesman:, l ,YJVi$
' Noticing In your paper of last Fri
day, an item saying "would It not be
the proper thlhg to start a subscrip
tion for the family of 8. R. T. Jones?"
I wish to say to lhe public thai I ant
fiot In med. ' While my husband did
not leave enough for us to live In fut
Ury. we havn enough to. keep the wolf
from the door and money Iby. subscrip
tion would not be though tr of by me.
Rut, through the short-sightedness
of the Legislature In not providing suf
ficient guards at the PenKentlary tbree."
women are deprived of their support,
and the loving care Of a. husband. Our
homes are sadly wreckedj." there is
vacancy at our fireside, and ah aching
heart that money an never ease.
- i MRS. S. RT T- JON'ES-
Salem, Or. June 23, 1902.
i Miss IJertha Jone. of Albany, died
In that -Itvn Kundav nljrht. -She WSS
a school teacher and was a cousin ft
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