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DAH,Y OAPETAIi JOURNAL, BALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY APRIL 1, JO iq,
COMBAT OF TODAY
say that In
any forces aro
.. in is on extract from
TW '""Silvered by Victor Roso
lf l dmnha Deo, at
n tor U' ., ... ..nlnna. nf
'er' Charter w
fc' Jtr of Nebraska:
lhRi Is constantly waging
It??, .ml that tho. progress of
.. marked by tup Bicnauy
u BU nut when I
l.rmbat of many forces aro
W inllsted to dispel ignorauou,
tmr enlistcu ulIiCovor and
Street error anu 1.
lf"elral? among those forces aro tho
closely supported by tho
.ifntlon, whoso capstono 1b
lira newspaper, devoted to
Sblteblne n dlssem
- .tiarnoct to tho
Llt'wants agnlnst Ignoranco,
iw ... h ih eacn jb uui"b -
I1"! to direct your attention for tho
rtt to a few of tho more gon-
KTcSlHwt "n with particular
:t of civil"" .
lit" .on .lBX.r niB Iv batteries
W ! T- " rnuld bo assom-
frW io action.
ftiu) been onu" "'"-u
l!Jt . .i.ilnn..tilin1 ihaii from
IftS v creatures Is his ca
lf or thought and his power to
expression to thought.
1 . .. . ..i.hiiohmont of a lancuago
!J stooped with tho production of
Igeto hes'nnd all our efforts to
ayioffl iuo mnrniitv. to lncu cato
ISon, to extend tho bounds of scl-
,1 i. to retard our progress to tho
.,nro nv word of
II .. lll.. nnn mil 1(1 lonm tO
BBmunlcato with his follows, but
i. i- onnthnr'n actual presence.
In thought, or Idea, could bo made
E ma. nettner nmo iiur uumuw)
mU the help of a living messon-
Ih to transmit It. The art of writ-
Mjpoken language. Tones, inflcc--tnrno
rr.iiiii not bo renro-
itced In signs and Inscriptions, but
lords, syllables or sentences could
IBne you over stopped to ponder
low far and how fast tho combat
tin lenoranco could havo been
Inged had the evolution of tho lan
page halted nt the production of an
Ejlabet? what u wo sun nn nu
nyof recording thought except by
lie slow and burdensome formntlon
t; band of each letter of each word
if time? That much could bo ac-
lanplished even by this laborious
(Kthod must no be gainsaid, out
lit, I aa mnnlrl linvn built. 1111 Olir
I'ptsent Institutions on a foundation
ojjarchment and stylus Is unthlnk
ttle; widespread popular lntolll-
Itte, the consequenco ot our ai
uct nnlversal lltoracy that enables
i. . . t hi. j t.
win an io caicn up wim uim iu
top abreast of tho current of world
jcreits would bo practically lmpos-
iSlt la Viw-finan nt fhn InvAntlnn of
lirlsting as much, if not more, than
lit; oiner one achievement, that a
Ijwnt-day philosopher could trutn
I My say:
arv.'ivvu I . ' V. ' . 1 . J UM ....... " - -
Wand the Invention of writing a
w penoa or umo eiapsea; wnen
ilk Ami . . . 1 1 1 V. . .
liat of printing, man then printed
wliathe had thought and written,
1114 w . . A 1 .1
! HI. JIICBOUl. WO (JUtfSCSa UIUUSUUUB
ofwlnmes which will Inform us on
puemuns nnu errors which havo
nltornntoly Illumined and obscured
tho humnn mind.
"Many things that our ancestors
could not fathom aro clear to us;
what was unknown to them is known
to us. That which prevents us from
following up this lino of progress
through these phrases is that each
roply brings forth nnow fresh ques
tions and thus it will bo to tho end
If tho end nhould over arrive."
Indispensable requirements for
tho modern nowspapor havo boon
supplied by tho frco public schools,
endowing overy willing child with
tho priceless boon of literncy and
tho inauguration of universal man
hood suffrage, instilling a general de
slro for Information and Instruction
on tho noeds of self-government. It
goes without saying that tho relative
Intelligence of tho peoplo of a com
munity dotormines tho possibilities
of nowspaper publication.
Tho newspaper has been an ctlvo
contributor to tho upblldlng aa well
as n boundary; its mission has been
and is to uso Its great power to tho
end of still further broadening tho
area of popular Intelligence and help
ing nlong tho triumph of truth over
How does tho nowspaper perform
this pnrt of Its work? It does It by
bringing homo to tho peoplo what Is
disclosed by tho searchlight of pub
licity directed at nil our human ac
tivities. Tho part tho nowspaper
plays In popular government is so
gonornlly understood that it scarce
ly calls for olucldatlon.
Tho newspaper has been dubbed
tho "Fourth Estato," and nowhere
has popular government been really
successful without tho existence of
a free, vigilant, and untrammoled
public press on guard ns tho sentry
of Individual liberty, ready to ex
pose conniption and oppression and
to sound the alarm against tho ap
proach of tho tyrant.
I venture to afflrm tho belief that
tho niost potent deterrent of wrong
doing and the most promising cor
rective of nearly all our crying
abuses, social, Industrial and gov
ernmental, Ho In tho lino of public
ity, and tho molding of a public
opinion whoso penalties fall more
certainly, and more heavily, on the
offender than any punishment pre
scribed by law.
In his epochal work on tho Amer
ican Commonwealth, James Bryce
calls our pre-eminently "a govern
ment by public opinion" and devotes
a chapter to the nowspaper ns a
source and vehicle of public opin
ion. If individual newspapers and
journalists enjoy less power hero
than nbrond "tho cause Is to bo
found," declares Mr. Dryco. "not In
tho Inferior capacity of the editors
and writers, but In tho superior In
doponde!co of the reading public. '
That tho modern newspaper has
Its faults none would deny. It Is
charged with grasping nt the sensa
tional and exceptional with too much
Wo doploro that some newspapers
aro too often tempted to go to ex
tremes In everything and to exag
gerate tho loss Important at the ex
pense of whnt proves to bo tho moro
But tho nowspaper Is Itself con
stantly tested in tho fiery furnnco of
a discriminating public opinion, a
public opinion becoming all the tlmo
better educated and moro exacting.
As tho level of popular Intelligence
Is raised by tho combined efforts of
press and puplt, school and univer
sity, tho stnndnrds of all theso agen
cies aro bound to bo olevated along
Ignorance alone, like a dismal
swamp, furnishes tho breeding pla
ces of noxious creatures, and each
tlmo Ignoranco Is put to rout tho cir
cle of itelligonce is widened and tho
power for ovil of ignorance is weakened.
X-RAYS AND SMILES.
As was stated a few days ago:
there is nothing too rich for Salom.
Last week a ?150 diamond ring was
found In tho gravol used in making
concrete, and yestorday another
workman found a gold nugget In
this samo kind of gravel. Ho may,
find a pork chop next.
The prlco of hogs In Chicago yes
terday was ton cents a hundred low
er. This will nfford how much
relief to tho consumer will it afford'
One Lunger was tho principal wit
ness In tho Insurance graft case In
Now York yestorday. His nnmo in
dicates ho is a citizen of tho L03
John D. Winder the mormon lead
er who was burled at Salt Lako yes
terday, was a man after Roosevelt's
heart. Some 219 lineal descendants
wero In tho funeral procession which
made It quite a family affair.
The coal miners striko for a raise
of ten cetns a ton for tho miners.
Now, watch tho operators raise the
prlco from 25 ro 50 cents a ton,
Just to cover tho extra 10 cents paid
to labor. This Is where tho consum
er gets his share of tho strike.
There are indications that Wood
burn will break looso and get out
of reach of tho desolating influence
of being a one-man town. It has the
making of a wonderful city if it over
takes a start, and tho start has al
roady been made, and It cannot bo
held down much longer by superior
financial wisdom of tho mossback
strlpo. Woodburn needs a lirstclass
hotel, an opera house, a five-story
brick block, a department store and
a few funernls.
It takes threo weeks to hold an
election in England, and then no
better results seem to bo achieved
than under our one day method. No
one Is satisfied In either case except
the parties elected.
Tho fight promoters, through the
new8 companies, are working the
newspapers to a hard-boiled' finish
for free advertising about tho brutal
nigger, Johnson, and the other white
Probably they are good Intentions
for paving material In hades, be
cause tho asphalt Is Inflammable.
HATS GO OUT
UNITED FRRBS LEASED WlItB.
San Francisco, April 1. While tho
local band of suffragettes aro schem
ing out a how way of giving publicity
to "tho cause" today, Deputy Regis
trar Cameron H. King is receiving
congratulations from politicians on
the stand ho took yesterday when a
formidable delegation of 'vote3 for
women" flocked into tho registrar's
office, and demanded they be allowed
to register as voters.
They based this demand o n tho
grounds that they wero citizens of
tho United States."
Mrs. William Keith, the wife of
tho distinguished artist, led the suf
fragettes, and many woll known wo
men wero In tho ranks.
King stated firmly that ho could
not register any of them. Miss
Solomons, president of tho local or
ganization then demanded what was
meant by the sign over tho door
"All Citizens Aro Requested to
"Wo aro citizens of the United
States," she assorted.
"Certainly you are," replied King,
"but you see the sign is off, it should
read 'All Qualified Voters Aro Re
quested to Register.'
'The painter of that sign didn't
havo onough room to get It all on."
Beaten, the suffragettes then triod
to enroll King as an honorable mem
ber of tho "Votes for Women," but
ho feared tho bright emblem which
they decided to pin on his coat lapel.
They then retired In dignified or
der, not, however, until they an
nounced that the delegation would
como before tho election commission
ers April 4 and protest that tho sign
over tho door Is misleading. It is
understood they want it changed so
ns to show that women nre discrim
acrobat finds It necossary at all times
to keep his muscles and joints sup
ple. That is the reason that hun
dreds of them keep a bottle of Bal
lard's Snow Liniment always on
hand. A sure cure for rheumatism,
cuts, sprains, soro throat, lamo back,
contracted muscles, corns, bunions
and all pains. Prico 25c, 50c and
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by all dealers.
Try a Journal Want Ad.
ijlBojq aijj oj aouBjiSnji pue
Aund suuduii puT? Aeogp
-pnesq puo saAJasaid 'sssuesp
pairing of all
kinds . guaran
teed. Eyes fit
C. T. Pomeroy, 318 State St.
3lJ A"IiB3C JO UIJlBtp
psppu ub pu9 IJ199 ?da
jj3M njqriB3C aq oj Xiuaj
-sod puB 'Ajiuibj iaq jjas a .
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Fire CM Jj Fool
Proof JT"jr Proof
8TEINER & BEROER HOT AIR
! heating and furnaco work. Tin
ning and roofing. Cornice work
t of all kinds. 188 Liberty Street.
Phone 939 Main.
UPHOLSTERING AND VACUUM
Cloanlng. Anything .about the
houso cleaned and repaired. F.
B. Merry & Co., Court and High
streets. Phone 5C8.
In considering making year wa
tight, ar cooking, why not eona
the F. P. Gob Machine and '
Will sell and Install thlfl ' im
ind guarantee It to give 0 pei
cent more light for tho sau none
than electricity er city gas. Let mt
dgure with you, estimates furnished
Call at my shop and see tho llghti
and stoves in operation.
I also carry PYRO DENATURES
ALCOHOL utilities. Safe, economi
A. L. FRASER
858 State St
rmji-rrn muss i.uaked winn.l
Paris. April 1. "Chanteclor" hats
havo become a drug on the market. It
is regarded as a "straw In the wind.
showing th$t tho lnrnyanl and wild-
wood bird and animal play by Ros
tand Is not so popular as once it prom
lsed to bo. Modistes who made quan
tities of the "Chantecler" hats havo
taken them from windows and rele
gated them to the back room with
the down-nnd-outK of last season.
Women won't havo 'em.
DO IT NOW.
Salem People Should Not Wait Un
til It Is Too Late.
Patent Mp.i i c. ....
Wll!ed In this paDer nrft ,nr , n4
M0DnoCa8h drUB store ,n Oregon;
I cm I"6, ana 00 one 0W
Men r.t 6,ock; lta shelves,
1 Hh 4m 8W Casos are ,onded
, "Utlw ! edlclneB. notions, toilet
Sj, fo, 'es, "! liquors of all
S", edlclual purposes. Dr
Use tn(1 h"K"lar sr..diiRte in niodl-
in ik m,' ny J'ars ot e
Uon, lr Practice. Conanlta
,,e. M n,.' Prescript's M are
Dr fl!reBU,arPrW ro. med
Ni .1... 000 a b (,und at bu
You Risk Nothing By Trying This
Wo want overy one troubled with
Indigestion and dyspepsia to com?
to our store and obtain a box of Rex
all Dyspepsia Tablets. Thoy con
tain Blsmutli-Subnltrato and Pepsin
prepared by a process which devel
ops their greatest power to overcome
Reaall Dyspops'a Tablet; aro very
pleasant to take. Thoy soothe thn
Irritable, weak stomach, strengthen ,
and Invigornto tho digestive organs, 1
relieve nausea and indigestion, pro
mote nutrition and bring about a
feeling of comfort.
If you give Roxnll Dyspepsia Tab
lots a reasonable trial wo will re
turn your money If you are not sat-'
lsfied with tho result. Threo size. !
25 conts. 50 conts and $1.00. Hem-,
edles in Salem only at our store
J, C. Perry.
A Healing Sn!v for Hum, Chapped ,
Hands niul Soro Nipples.
As a healing salvo for burns. .
sores, soro nipples and chappfd
hands Chamboiiain's Salvo in most
excellent. It allays tho pain of .1
burn n'most instantly, and unlfsn
tho Injury Is very severe, hoals thu
pnrts without leaving n scar. Prlco,
2fi conts. For salo by nil good drug-1
Mrs. Bonham You havo torn my
trnln! Bonham That's all right:
your train Is long onough to bo in
two soctlons. Judgo.
"How shall l break tho news to
my parents that I havo failed In my ,
exams?" "Merely tolograph thorn;
Examination over. uuu
. , o
For Const Ipatlon.
Mr. L. H. Farnham, a prominent
druggist of Spirit Lnko Iowa, myu. ,
Uiamborlnln'B Stomach and LI) (
Tablets are oertalnly the beat thns(
on tho market for constipation.
Glvo tjiose tablets a trial. You are
certain to find them agreeable and
pleasant In effect. Pfce. 25 cenu.
iaroples free. For sale by all ood
The appallng death-rate from kid
ney disease is duo in most cases to
tho fact that the little kldnoy trou
bles are usually neglected until
they become serious. The slight
symptoms give plnce to chronic dis
orders and tho sufferer goes gradu
ally Into tho grasp of diabetes, drop
sy. Brlght's disoase, gravel Or some
other -serious form of kidney com
plaint. If you suffer from bnckache, head
aches, dizzy spells; If the kidney se
cretions aro irregular of passage and
unnatural In appearance, do not do
lay. Help the kidneys at once.
Doan's Kldnoy Pills aro especially
for kidney disorders they cure
where others fail. Over one hun
dred thousand people have recom
mended them. Here's a case at
James Baragar, 1005 Mill St., Su
lem, Ore., says: "I havo used
Doan's Kidney Pills for backache
and other symptoms of kldnoy trou
ble and havo been greatly benefited.
I also know of other peoplo who
have taken this romeuy wnn goou
For sale by all dealers. Price, 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Uui
Remember tho name Doan's
and take no other.
HAYS HAIR HEALTH
NEVER FAILS TO
RESTORE GRAY HAIR
TO ITS NATURAL
COLOR and BEAUTY.
Satlify Yeurulfh SmJlnt Now for a
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
Cut this adv. out and mail with your
name and address, and 10 cents to
PHILO HAY SPECIALTIES CO,
30 Clinton St., Newark, N J..U.SA.
J. C. PERRY.
Care For Your Trees
Spraying Pumps and Hose at
See us for Aero-motor Wind
mills, Fairbanks-Morse Gas
Best workmanship our motto.
PURVINE & LESLEY
Cor. Front and State Street.
Phone Main 346.
FRASER, THE TINNER AND
Plumber. Lenox Furnaces. Buy
an F. P. lighting plant. A. L.
Fraser. Phone 135. 268 State
DERBY & WILLSON REAL
tato, farms, smal tracts and city
property. Phono 320, 206-7-8 U.
S. Bank building, Salem, Ore.
PUTNAM CO., DRUGGISTS, PAINTS
oils,' varnishes, brushes, toilet ar
ticles, perfumery, stationery, to
bacco and cigars. Prescriptions a
speclaty. 135 N. Commercial
Street, Salem, Ore.
THE TOGGERY, MERCHANT TA1L
ors and hatters. One price, plain
figures. We carry a full lino of
shoes, hats and valises. 107 N.
Commercial Street, Salem, Ore.
BE SURE AND SEE DR. L. IF.
Hume if you havo stomach trouble,
asthma, lung trouble, heart trouble
or bad blood. Guarantee to cure
in short time. 153 High street.
CLEANING AND PRESSING WORK
done on short notice. Ladles' and
Gents' work, guaranteed to satisfy.
Aoki, 444 Court street. Phone
Gold Dust flour
Made by the SYDNEY POWER
COMPANY, Sydney, Oregon.
Made for Family Use.
Ask your grocer for it. Bran
and Shorts always oa bond.
OREGON COFFEE HOUSE. WE
serve tho best meal in the city at
tho lowest-price. No. 134 North
Liberty street, Salem, Ore.
.VEEDLECRAFT SHOP STAMPED
linen and needlework supplies.
Stamping and perforating patterns
a specialty. Mrs. S. C. Wall. Phone
295, 270 N. Commercial street.
I OFFER SPECIAL LOW PRICES.
The Leader shoe store. A. C. De
Voo, 263 N. Commercial street, Sa-
i lem, Ore.
P. B. WALLACE, Agt.
Phone 44 Main. 147 N. High at
C. W. YANNKE
THE FASHION STABLES
Cabs and Livery. All Riga
! iodorn Rubber Tiro.
Read The Journal Want Ads.
Salem Fence Works
Headquarters for Woven Wire
Fencing, Hop wire, Barb Wire,
Poultry Netting. Shingles, Mal
(hold Roofing, P. & B. Ready
CHAS D. MULLIGAN
250 Court St.
Salem's most popular res
taurant, 362 State street. We
never close, open all -night.
Everything in Plumbing
Good Workmanship; Reason
able Charges Our Motto.
Wo do steam and hot water
Tibbals & Petersen
Court street, between Liberty
and High. Phone Main 567.
RED CROSS PHARMACY FULL
line of drugs, perfumes and toilet
articles. 177 N. Commercial St.
E3. S. LAMPORT SADDLERY CO.,
established 1869. Manufacturers
and dealers In Harness, Saddles
and Leather Specialties. Phones:
store, 250; residence, 338. 210
Commercial Street, Salem, Ore.
WOOD FOR SALE First and sec
ond growth wood in 12- or 16
Inch length delivered to residence.
Phono Main 74, or call at Salem
Truck and Dray company's ouice,
200 State street, corner of Front,
VOGUE MILLINERY FAULTLESS
Fisk hats. Now shipments every
two weeks. We handle a large
and complete lino of millinery,
270 North Commercial street.
M'NHKL SISTERS WE HANDLE
a full line of up-to-dnto milllnory.
Glvo us a trial and we are sure wo
can satisfy. 421 Court street, Sa
STOP JUST A MINUTE, WANTED
Monoy to take up good loans.
List property for quick results
with R. R. Ryan, corner of Com
mercial and Center streets.
EDWARDS & IRVIN, BOOTS,
shoes and rubbers. 220 North
H. H. HUNTER & CO., BLBOTRIC
al supplies. Contracts taken,. for
wiring. Call and get figures. 311
North Commercial. Phone Main
YOUR ATTENTION IS3 CAJaLED
to the fact that I buy and sell now
and second-hand furniture. O. L.
McPeek, 170 Commercial street.
RUEF BROS., FLORISTS. 8PB
cial attention given to out of town
orders. 123 N. Liberty street.
Phonos, green house 1383; store,
WE WISH THIS FACT WELL
known that we have no connection
whatsoever with L. S. Frakes &
Co., who until recently conducted
business In Salem. Oter-Ml-chaux
Co., ladles' outfitters. 277
N. Comemrclal street. Phone 342
A GOOD PLACE TO EAT WOODS
confectionery. Alvin L. Wood,
proprietor. 460 State street, Salem,
Ore. Phone 187.
KETTLES, WASH PANS, ETC., 15o
each. Other special valuea-at 10c
each, all of the old English gran
ite ware. Mrs. B. T. Swart, Prop.,
271 Commercial St
GRAIN, HAY, FLOUR, FEED, Po
tatoes, seed, poultry supplies, etc.
We do a wholesale and retail busi
ness. H. W. Thielsen. Phone
Main 139, 151-161 High street.
HARDING & WHEDBEE, PLUMB
ing Co. (Inc.). Plumbing, gas fit
ting, pumps, windmills, gasoline
engines and well drilling. We
have and do the best, 247 State
street. Phono 118. Salem, Ore.
SALEM MUSIC CO. (INC) WE
carry a full lino of musical mer
chandise. See us for latest sheet:
music. 247 Commercial street.
Phone 1187, 2 bells, Salem, Ore.
LAUNDRY WORK DONE ON:
short notice, called for and deliv
ered. Collars and cuffs a special
ty at lowest prices. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Hop Leo, Commer
CAPITAL CITY HAIR PARLORS
Scalp treatments, manicuring and
facial massage a specialty. Room
26 Breyman block, over Stockton's
store. Phano Main 566, Salem. Or.
$ums, rtmmumticn and fishing ffaekle.
A good sohool nono better. Well established reputation. Successful grad
uates. Skillful, painstaking toachcrs. Living expenses low. Many other
pdrantages. Lot us tell you about them. Write for catalogue.
W. I. STALEY. Principal
People are generally beginning to
realizo that roadbulldlng la a publlr
matter and that the best intorests
of American agriculture and the
American peoplo demand the con
struct'uu of good roads.
President Roosevelt Says
that outdoor exercise Is needed b
the American pedplo. That's all very
woll, but how can peoplo with rheu
matism follow that advice? The
answer Is simple uso Ballard's Snow
L'ntmont and tho rheumatism will
go; leaving you as spry as a colt
Gives quick and permanent rolief
from rheumatism, neuralgia, lame
back and all pains. Sold by all
Dewey Evo Dat loldy dat I asked
for a handout gave me a dorg bis
cuit Weary Willie Woll, w'ot yoi
cryln" erbout. Dewey Evo I'm
eryin' because I'm not a dorg. Chi
cago Dally News.
Good roaults always follow the us
of Foley's Kidney Pills. They give
prompt relief In alt cases of kidney
and bladder disorder, and nre heal
and anti-ftent c.
The most discouraging cases yield i
their troatment. J. C. Perry.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qulnliu
Tablets. Druggists refund monoy M
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signature on eaon bo-. 2 Re TTS M8tegtieftfrtllfUil8t-64itfrat W
JUDGING BY APPEARANCES
Of courso everybody does that, and j
Laundry Work can't b. aL ' SUBSCRIBE FOR THE DAILY JOURNAL
other way. Everything subjoctod to n
our artistic treatment comes out as
clean as a polished surface, as clear
as crystal and as bright as a sum
mer's day. Articles washed propor
ly last twice as long and look twen
ty times bettor than goods badly
laundrled. We make cheap fabrlo
masquerade for somothlng better.
SALEM LAUNDRY CO.,
Phono 25. lilO-lOO Mouth LIlMTty Hi
Portland's Popular fire-Proof
Low shoes for men, ladles and
i:u. Iren that fit and wear well.
I.( v priced. Call and seo them
boforo buying elsewhere. You
will bo ploasod with my goods.
Repairing dono. Speak Gorman
115 N. Liberty St, Phone 763
Our Rathskeller Grill finest dining service in city, with
Hawaiian orchestra from 6 to 12 p, m.
Most perfectly furnished, Moderate Priced, Modern
Hostlery in the metropolis of the Northwest.
ANNEX IS NOW OPEN
Our capacity has beoi doubled and our bus will
hereafter meet trains No, 6, and train No, 12, limited,
Oregon Electric that arrive in Portland at 10:55 a, m,
and 4:55 p, m,
M. C. DICKINSON, Manager