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'ft THE DAILY .JOURNAL. 3ALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRjL 23, 1003.
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THE ONLY JOURNAL
Nevvs Association Telegram.
i-na5 O'clock Editions.
'..!:; i.. .....i in ik irAm. hr nI
th-re on private preperty. and aM to
th beauty of the city.
There is os street In South Sales
where a earetoM er vandal let owner
i cut down and apireriatel two oak
j trees reoeetly. that hare steed a
One Year, M.00 In, Advance. H""1 aBd ate RraUful
They were not bis trees. They be
longed to the public They stood In
the street, objects of beauty, shelter
and shade. Yet the. vandal hand of &
graepiag, uncivilised rooter stretched
them low and burned them.
There Is a street In South Salem
that should be called Fir street. If that
Is not already so named. Grand and
beautiful firs, some of them 76 feet
high, lino cither sldo-of the strict a
hundred feet or more apart.
They are planted on tho edges of
the street, aa If set out artificially.
!nBfliverB fair barometer t '
ircjf andjlfrf ft Jh TfrtBa
BY HOFER DROTHER8.
,D"ally)Three Months, SIJjOO In' Advance
'Dally by Carrier,' SO Cents Per Month,
weekly One tYer, ai.OO In Avance.
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JOURNAL. SPECIAL DELIVERY.
. Ono Week ,-,.-..$ 10,
WiDntf Month' '..'... it . . M .'.'. . 36
Three ,M$nl!is 4 1.00
At Journal office.
At Daue's Grocery, South Salem.
,At Dowertox Grocery, Yev Parle t
Asylum Avenue Grocery Store.
Electric Grocery, East State St
There ran be no reasonable objec
tion to granting any lighting fran
chise In this city. If It be properly
guarded, produces aunlclent revenue
for the elty, ami la competitive In low
This la on the old theory of grant
ing any private franchisee at all. Hut
the profreM of the age favors ihiIiIIc
ownership of these franchise. The
Sew charter fnvore ihiIiHc ownership
of water and llahl ulant. t
If franchlsr rtV V good UiHig for
private ttfiHUHlktmt If tliey can af
ford to glvfe heavy band and py a
pereanlige oh l)Lr pro receipts,
they are a better thin for the public
to own them directly and In the first
Any fmnelihte tliie. city,, ran .grant
tftn prlvnlo coriuru(Jun will dmiblo
hiiil trebimn valTO In the next ten
or twenty years, and wiry should not
tho city have tho benefit of such rnp
Idly IncnmHluK wealth?
Pullllo ownership mean theaper
capital, lower lutetwt, no tnxee, su
pervision. iKMikkoepltiK by nttlflu) nl-
ruddy employed lir the, oily, aitfl tho
service rtd-rcd i)i entire eoinniuiib
ty for Hh,t ami water without ex
One of these was cutdown tho past
few weeks. Yet thot street, belongs
to the public.
The beauty of our city should not
thus bo marred, and until the city
boundaries are cxtonded over these
suburb the county court should for
bid cutting all treos that stand on the
streets In the suburbs.
Under the new city charter a Park
Hoard will have control of -those trees.
Unltl that board is appointed, private
proporty owners should co-oporato
with tho Ysuunty court In preserving
these old land-marks. Sometime a
mere tenant destroys a tree that has
(traced the landscape for a half'cen
state, who! headed the ticket choen
thaf'jeajbad? read of M.0. There
win be bo special incentive to make
the plurality as large as that this
year unless Johnson gets the noml
nation for goveraor in which cae the
falri barometer iPt the dl
rents at that date.
i H k.
Republicans wHlinvt hp fh'abe
vass of which Jthey as.'qefat
any taee, there will be Ljwme
troMha tattles fa 13.
(he mAtW Vlfch will vote
Long SicK andyervv
Dr. Mfl'cs lAnti-Pain
l'lilillo owiiurelilp of a frnnohlso
niMine that thorn will be lame minis
spoilt In InilldliiK the plant and main
talnliiK It. A wutor or llMlit plant ee
tulillshed by the city wouhl mean
largo payrolls for labor.
Wlmt this olty uuelM moio than
niiytlitin elee U JnrWK W'riilU i
pulillc Improvemente the .InilldhiK. of
sowom. stieefk, slilewadtd, crns
walks, wrklUK. public grounds, hi
cycle (Hilhs and alley
Public iiwiiurHhlp of llKhtliiK or
water ndtwiimte for th ally of Salem,
ns It will lie In a few yoflrn. meatiH a
plant twice the sis of the present
The ptesejit olLi" eattnell should con
Hitler tljuj."'l)ie new ohartur that bo
Into erTbgl in Ootnlier. I a public own
orwhlul ami tiat under that charter
the ltCuIile have the first right to dt-
twiufne fur thomselvve what shall be
rkiue in this mutter.
- THE 8PREAD OF VICE.
'I'ho coiiiuiunlaatloii rend hofmtitlio
city (Miundl TutMHlay evening by City
HfODrdw JOtlnH. and retorretl without
aetuln, minting to tho spNad of vlee
In this city, was worthy of mure at
It Is to lie regrettttd that It wait not
signed liy noniu of the women of tho
city, as tho Icltor soums to liavo been
wrung from tho oxpcrloncoe of snmo
sufferhiK molhof. who has folt the
That vlro Is sprendlng Its foul net
work over more of our fair city's ter
ritory than ever hofoie cannot be die
puled. It line oxtended to at least tiuo
piece of property In North Salem,
Who Is to blame? The properly
nwnor In selling proporty or leasing.
property for surh purposes because It
JU jmlsldo f UJti' limits. It Is be
"dil tvgiilation or control of the dty
When tho new elty boundaries ho
Into iitTool the clU will have authori
ty, and all houM f ill-fame ran be
cunoenlrnted In one quarter of the
lt;, where Oifljp shall bo publicly
known fur their true character.
This Is not wild Ifr coHdemRatlDn or
auyono. and 01041, with the sincerest
plt- for likwo JH'In In moral dark
nese. but (ti 8041ml tho public warning
that the spreading etl itlay be dealt
SAVE THE GRAND TREES.
Thou) Is not a week passes but
souio Rinnil old tree that has strnxl
fujr ventury.gr more Is slaughtered
lu some part of tho city.
These leafy sentinels of tho pioneer
Politics for 1003.
In the strict sense, there are no off
years In American iralltlcs. Although
theoretically there Is a lull for two
years Immediately before the presi
dential contest, except as retmrds the
maneuvering of each pnrty In con
UTotMi for position In the big campaign
yet actually elections of great Imimrt
auce tnke place n yenr In ndvnnce of
the qtinilrennlul round-up. In Novem
ber of tho presunt year Ohio, Iowa,
Maryland, Kentucky, .Maesarhuselts,
Rhode Island and other states of con
siderable Impoitnnco will elect state
qfllcere The contest for governor lit
plilb and- lawn are alwaye ovltlng.
They wtll uutmestlnrmhly be M this
yimr, The fnal hut Senator Hannn Irf
to nniiic the rmidldale for the He)ub
llcaus for governor, and that he Is a
candidate for re-Olectiou to the senate
from the legislature which will be
chosen next Nevembor. will he pure
to give this conteet a great Intereet
for the whole country, nnd the Inter
net will be heightened If. ns nesme
piubaltle Iiihnsou Juiultt the Denio
- Kentucky Democratic.
1 Probnhly Jbu Democrate will eniry
Kentucky In 1'iOX. They have an
election luu sUvh leevee nothing to
qlinnuu, and It may ! relletl ihi to
tHiijnt, a majority foi the party which
framed, It, and which intended It to
roll up Domooratic margins Irrespec
tive ef tht relative number of Hepilb.
Keen and Domocratls otos actually
ilepoeltwl at the ihiIIs. In Maryland
the lontost will be miuli mote excit
ing and iinri'iiuln. The Hepublkans
carilet Mai laud lu the two latest
presidential elections, and the' won,
lH the contest lust November, four of
the state's elx memlteis of congrees. j
The ItupitbllruRs legan sbnwlng'
strongth lu Mnrykind In the elootlon
of IbM, when they cariod the state
fur governor. Then followed MclCln
ley's victory In the state In 1800 and
1900 Hut Smith, the present govern
or. won the state In 1880. It le be
tleMl that he will be renominated
title wear. The legislature to be
elected this year will ihiHte a United
Status senator to succeed McCoiurs
Hepubllcnu. Morwnei. Uornian. who
hah Jimt pulled hluikclf out of obsiuri
ty and secured n new term In the
minute. Is now the titular loader of
the DomooruU lu his chamber, and he
usjilres (o lead his party In tho presi
dential eauvuss. His fate In the 1st
lir rote will be decided by the ote
or hie state U 1MML
Some Straws This Year,
llhode Island eleted a Democrat I.
sjuvernor In 1908. and that fact gae
the Democracy seine aid and com
rwt nt the time In the election this
yenr Die PetnucjuU are undrstiKxl
to feel cuHsldernhle contldewre. IthMe
Island's vole ee pot bulk ery large
lu the electornl colhaje. but if the
Democrats win IJtUe Ithod again
they wlU say that the are making
ptlas in New lslaud. and will be
gin to tk.n,g they have some chance
In Connecticut attd New Hampshire
On the fuee of things, the situation
seenvs to fatr tlie Iteimbllqnna In all
the Rtatee this year In which they are
WormaHy trog. The oly point lu
doubt In relation to Ohio. MmunMm.
setts and Iowa Is as to the exact He
publican lead. It will be long In all
theeo states.' In Ohio In 190! the
Republican candidate for secretary of
Vashlngton and Lee.
PTo the iaHtorioMhe.Hve'nlnB-Star-
More than onq, Krltr-' on the Iee
statute naSAtfcrriptcd tb' Justify the
action of the Virginia legislature on
the grounds of the similarity of the
fllves of Loo and Washington. But,
as a mater of .facL proof .only of one
resemblance has been made to ap
pear. They were both Virginians.
Here the similitude ends. .Washing
ton represented and jcil on oppressed
people, who had time and again pre
sented their grievances to the mother
country, and finally these were set
before tho eyes of Uic world. The
world then knew what the contention
was about. Washington let the pa
triots, thus organized nnd armed with
everlasting right, to a successful victory-
In this, as In all other acta of
his public and private life, ho was tho
uien representative of all that was
noble, grand nnd patriotic. He did
net desert a high salaried office nnd
violate a sacred and binding oath,
under the Ilrltlsh government.through
any hatched up pretext of greater
loyalty to his colony, to aeeume the
honored trust assigned him by his
Lee headed nn organised but pow
erful mob. equipped with stolen arms
and ainunltlons of war. which he. as
an officer of the government, had,
without protest, wltneeeed In their
systematic tntnf- to the disaffected
states by the leedera of the cnune he
was then secretly preparing to ee
poiisc With this stolen equipment,
and without the sllglitiMt pretext,
appisl or plea, and with no declara
tion of principles, further than that
of Imaginary danger to a system of
bums 11 slavery, which hie followers
had LHver owned or admitted. Lee
heeded a rebellion against hie gov
ernment, which, for Its destructlve-n.-rs.
was unpnrnlMed In the world's
history. Jmd lie Justin! himself 011
the Httoloiie pietcxt of loyally to his
And. egnlu. have the friend nnd
udmlrent of Washington, nnd they are
legion either Individually or In tlwtr
organised capacity, ever dared to
claim, on the score of his eminent
and patriotic service to the ilrltlsh
crown, a place for his statue In West
mlnrtar llnll, at London? And how
nnieli less appropriate and seemly
weuld such a claim appear had he-,1-nomlnlnusly
fnllsd as Lee did. In his
scheme 0f disrupting the government
06 the mother aounuy!
Lee was a Failure.
Washington, although eelf-educated
was n great general, and Lee, with all
the coaching the government had so
)atfchl uxiHtnded upon him. wee not.
Washington wus alwa8 considerate
t) th" comfort and lives of his men.
II tt attempted m Imjyoseihle tMiyw.
lAxt did n many Instancee. His li'n-
slons of the north must have appealed
Gave Mc Instant
The common affliction of all mankind it
headache. From it .few are entirelv free.
Dr. Milet' Ann Pain 1111 will cure ind in
most initances prevent headache of any kind
or decree. If you cannot enjoy theatre coin?,
car-ndin;, dancin?, if ou are subject to
nausea from nervou excitement, the iatir-uet
of travel or dcht-tecinj;, take an Anti-rain
Pill before an attack comes on and you will
find that you can successfully ward oS all
disagreeable symptoms. Antf Pain Pills are
the best of remedies for backache, neuralgia,
sciatica and rheumatic pains; contain no
opiates, non-laxatlre; never sold in'bullc
"With the greateit pleasure X recommend
Dr. Miles' Anti-Fain Pills to everyone who
suffers from nervous or sick headache. Alt
my life lone 1 was troubled with headaches
ola very severe nature, and have tried many
iwders and other remedies without success.
f 1 ' I 1?
Has come to the conclusion that all profession of tho healing
side of tho vogotable kingdom Is a failure. When your systein'uA,
without puro blood, lou will only tindvltalty in the
kingdom. Poisonous drugs
lightning wll not remove the c;
of disease. Those poisons go into
and create all kinds of diseases, cancerous
btme dlseasos, etc You must bear In
nor doctors' Knives nor
luse, hutday UieJoundatlon f0,
yrjlirC Corie,nt!d' kl
By chance I tried Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain 1111s
and they pave immediate relief. Never
since the tint dose have I been troubled
with headache. Whenever I feel it coming
on I take one or two Pain Pills and it all
disappears." William llROWK, Genesee,
This Is to certify that I have used Dr.
Miles' Antl-Pain Pills for neuralgia and neu
ralgic headache and have found tbem toeive
relief." K. D. Wekd. Ex-Mayor and Kx
U. S. Dist. Atty., Helena, Mont,
All druggists sell and guarantee Dr. Miles'
Anti-Pain Pills. They are non-lai stive: con.
tain no opiates, never sold In bulk, 35 doses,
35 cent. Dr. Miles' Medical Co, Eikhart, Ind.
Id hie better Juiigmenl. and boffin.
hand, as yalu. His order for the cel
ebrated "charge" of Pickett, at
(Iftt)Hburg. and thaL too after the
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n Jbssssssk!ZSxXsssss I
H r Tot R I
K0DOL digest vrutyou t
strengthen and svest.
so the stomach.
K0D0L curM Indigestion, dys-
. pepsla, and all stomach"
and bovel trouble.
K0D0L ocel8rej the action of
the gutrto gland and
give tone to the dlgutive organs,
K0D0L reHsyM n overworked
stomach o( all nervous
strain, give toMh heart a full, free
and untrammeled aotlor.. couriihu
the nervou svstem and feed the
K0D0L u ,h8 oneriul remedy
that t making so many
sick people well and veax people
Wrong b v giving to their bodies allot
the nourishment that Is contained In
tbs food they eat.
T BmIw Ca Sslr T.
Bottu tdr. 31 00 SIu koUbc IS Um
Uu but siM. Uck ( lev JOc
rat? lira oiv it
E. C. DW1TT A CO., CUICAOO
battle was clearly decided against
him. was little short of premeditated
and wholesale murder, and his pr-
slstence in holding out after the evac
uation of Richmond, nnd that In dc
fiance of the frequent pleadings of his
magnanimous and humane pursuer
to "Spare the further effusion 0!
blcod by an Immediate surrender."
showed a wanton and reckless disre
gard for precious human llvos.
Hubert 1C. I.oe did but very little
that was for the good of his state,
but very much that wno harmful and
ruinous. At an early age lie.brnme
the protege of tho government. In
the meantime he was not In his
state's serlco or In any matorloT way
promoting her welfare nnd prosperi
ty. When he deserted (yes. thnt Is
the word.) his government's service
he threw tho weight of his Inllucnce.
and that was no smnll item with a
houvworshlplug constituency such ns
ho then bad. In favor of tho secoeslnn
movement, and thus he btcnme tho
Instrument for evil In canylng many
cf hU follow cltlxons with him to
their certain destiuctlon. And this Is
the man who In Its mlstakon folly his
state govern mon t seeks to sot up In
our national halls as un example to
IHieterlty One can but wonder In
this connection what Robert K. I.oo
would have done had not that portion
of Virginia once belonging to tho Dis
trict of Columbia beon ocdod back
to his state In that enso, would he
have been loyal to the govornmont.
in the domain of which Arlington
Hoiifcc stood. W. H. RAO AN.
Ml the lif ,
that his medicine, t
poisonous tonic, hof . stimulant, not" temporary relief which jonjj
poisonous drugs, where tho resutts arc suro dath sooner of lafcr
blamo tho medicine, when' It takes an effect and stirs up the
disease In the system. You must net oxpeot to honoured In a feu.
your slcknoss or disease has been a long tlmo coming on, and ittjsj
a long time to got It out of your system. It will take months or i
build a now body from the bonos up. This Is what tho people conj
derstand. They are used to being humbugged. His medicine tt
posed of Nature's Herbs what tho human system requires. WheaQt
mals got sick they will help themsolvos to thoso herbs, for they tsua
stlnct, and tho pcoplo bavo not, so wo have to mako a study of it I
boon a Ufa study with Dr. Cook, Do not get weary; this life too
Do not t
nnd too sweet to worry out of this world.
,Dr. Cook Cures All Kinds of Diseases
301 Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon.
We' Offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
K. J. CHRNHY & CO.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned hnve known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
hotieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transections, and financially
able to carry out any obligations
mado by their firm.
West & Tmax. wholesale Drug
gists. Toledo. O
Waldlng. Klnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, 'i'ol do, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intor
nally. acting directly upon the blood
nnd mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free, Prloe 75c par
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Family Pills arc tho best.
IN GREAT FAVOR
Have just received a new line of patterns in
both printed and inlaid.
Some fine things in Florals
Standard American made and unsurpassable
The House Furnishing Co.
--Stores at SALEM and ALBANY
HARRITT k LAWRENCE
Sell more Groceries and 'better Groceries than ANYBODY
LETTUCE, RHUBARB, RADISHES, etc just front.
. - AND EVERYTHING FOIl THElSl'KIiW SEASON
Uomo and see for yourself old p. o. grocw
sstsiliMtsaBgsV ' - L BMT'a M I
Malleable If on
And Steel Rani
SEE THEM BEFORE BUYIMI
S Q. lis a. Drug Stor.
Still the Favorite.
For short order meals the White
House Hestaurant is the leading
place. Open day and night. Prompt
Dinner for Chinese Minister.
New York. April J. The new Chi
nese minister. Sir Chen Tung Liang,
K C. M. O., is paying hie flrst visit
to New York since hie recent arrival
in this country. Ie Is noL however,
a stranajer to the city as be visited
h. re many times during bis collogiate
days at Andover. Toajght he will be
the gueet of honor'at a dinner to bo
glen at Delmonlco's by the American
Asiatic Sx IetJ-
It's Just a Cough
That gets your lungs sore and weak
and paves the way for pneumonia or
consumption, or both. Acker's English
Remedy will stop tho cough In a day
and heal your Jungs. It will cure con
sumption, asthma, bronchitis, and all
throat aud lung troubles. Positively
guaranteed, and money refunded if
you are not satisfied. Write us for
free sample, W, H. Hooker & Ca.
Buffalo. N. Y, D. J. Fry, drugrfsL
R. W. WADE & CO,
PATRONIZE HOME INDUS1
THE OLD CAPITAL BREWERY BAR
Has been re op.ned to the public and the FRESH
EST BEER in the city will be-found ontapthert
a 1 a . .f r-4. j n...sf nan!
a j Lumincr(i4i aircei near nusn a un naiaCl
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