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F.VENtNO TTOU.ETIN, IIONOI.UIU. T. It. TUESDW, MAT 10, 1910.-
nA stLars HkkaV H bibm lll I asa 1 law H
for Infants and Children.
1 What is Gastoria?
"ASTmiA. In a linniilc substitute for Cantor Oil,
w Paregoric, Drops nutl Sooiliing Syrups. It in
A plcn.nut. It coiitnlittt it cither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xnrcotio substance (Nnrcot3cn stupefy). Its
ngoisitm guarantee It destroys Worm anil allays
Fovcrlsliiicss. It cures Diarrlnua and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething 'IVoublcs, cures Constipation
and riatiilciicy. It .tHHimiJntc the Food, regulates
the Stomach and Itowcln, giving hcaKFy and natural
sleep. The Children's Panacea The mother's
Tlio ? S?.? -f "'" ' nn crcrjr wrnppcr
.Ignftturo of f-tjO; J-cicUU ofRcniiliio Cn.toriu
Physicians Recommend Castoria.,
ON PROHIBITION'S FAULTS
(By Governor R. M, Patterson.)
CAME WITH EACH
, TIMS OREGON WOMAN'S SUFFER.
"To the Honorable Mcmbnrs ot "There nre a largo number of good jf.. cXuSED BY THIN BIOOD.
the Senate and House of ItepriBenln- people who ure not Informed on thej
Uvea; A Governor I transmit the subject, who suppose that If this Under Tonic Treatment Hor Appetite
following message for Its consldora- state ehould pass a prohlb'tlon' law
tlon of tho liquor question: l'rohl- this would of Itself stop the use ot
liltldn Is fundamentally nrd pro- liquor; nnd If this class were al-.
foundly wiong as a novornmcntal ways treated fairly by thow who for
nollcv. and In n country where the personal or polltl:al reasons uso
Wat Rcatored and Every Symptom
of Her Trouble Disappeared as
Her Blood Was Built Up.
Weak, pale, nervou, ambltlonles poo-
pin have their iiwxt trjlng time in tlio
"My Ttnlf mvarlaM pralm the action of your
CMtorla." W. S Tunian, M. !J..
, IiuCalo, N. Y.
"Dnrlftgrnf mutual ir.rt1ce 1 kimw of .tml
ccara wlwroymr Calotla na.nrratrltiM anil tmd
with good rcaulla." K. MunoHRit,M. !..
"Tnnf Ca.lnrl la certainty ihp crr-ntt tfrocty
4 for chllilrrn 1 ktmwnf. I kti'tw- tio Ollwr Jr
i rrlalary prrparatlou iMch la Ha rqnil."
n D.S.ttuifur.,M, I.
I Karma City, Mo,
Chlldron Cry forF
t dm lotir Cuatorla anil arivlra Ita nta la all
famlll. a Hlicre tticro ar,i rhlMrtn."
I, V. DixtDau, M. p.,
Tnnr lapr'al. ihe hrtl rmHr In Ihfl world
for rlilMrtu an-1 ihi on'y ntui t ito and rrturti
locinl." ' Anita V. SxilLlKu, M.I).,
'Ihafunwd Jnnrra.lorlaaa a pnrcatlre In Iba
mm of rhililrt-n for yrara pnrt with lnn.1 happy
rffit, and fally imlorM It a. a aifa rrmrdj."
II. D.Ilixmn, M.H,
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tt ntntivi . itwuntf t(t nrwuRsMft
largest nieusuro of freedom ot ao their Ignorance nnd Intense devotion snij Mriy HUmIm,r w,e tlmeneet
tlun Is accorded tho Individual !t tlin cause for sclllsh ends, that nf tlinnlmMin. Inmtlvn life nf tlie Haul
becomes Intolerable; and for a State, in0 question could be and would bo winter cliov lt.-clf. ToUistron?, attlviv
through Kb law-niiihliig power, to solved as becomes rntlonal men, con- em-rectfc, hungry may wem iiiiimwihlc
attempl to co,,t,o. what the people tr lled ly rea.on and patriotism KffiJW
shall eat, drink and wear, ext ipt to rather tliotf by hysteria and blind, jtrn. I. II. l-llixlier, whw! hulmn.l l
see that they aro protected from Inv mnllgnant partisanship. a.grofr. of Dayton, Ore., Iiai found
position, Is tyranny, and ma liberty. ..Tho stnto B ono 0f n number of Or, William"' I'ink IilNtoliav;roiiiucli
No Stnto has yet attemplol to for- stntc8j an(1 I10t ono can legislate con- nierit that riiugivw tliwu lK-arty jiraisc.
bl what a man should tat, lmro trary ,0 ihe constitution of tho Unit-, ".viJ,",,, nflwn yearn ago mv Mood
food laws aro necessary to tco what C(, atut(,5 auj tho Interpretation Ijecanm thin ami 1 a generally inn
he cats Is not adulterated or mis- wlilcb the courts have made of that down owing to wcakm common to my
branded, and that he obtaliX what - rtimont l,x' Iyhoart. bothiwl me, my stomach
,, . ,iihiit ni,tliiiilntin do. "",1,",l,,," .,.., wan weak and 1 had no apnetile. I was
he wants without substltutlou i io- Tbe S(utc can by )aw forbl(, thr m) (j ,lll,,r,ira,lll.M ,!
tclt by tho illshoncst man or lei.ler. mnnufllulllro nn(l Bai0 0f liquor with, fell tired and without ambition. I wai
No State nan yei nucmpieu oy ia . ,,,,,..,..,, llllt .10 Stato can not. nervoui ami ronlil not pleep well. Jlns
" '" ' I h.M ... .n.li,n. ...... U,..I... B II...
ronflnpment Indoors ilurlntr tho winter
provonl oo,.,,,,,! fr, linnnveriall mv lilnnd.
"' ' .!. ut.l...t,nnt nf llnnnr In Itnllmltcdl "Tlin flrMtrin. ftrtlil lltat. I nrttlivl Mnmf.
that the goods should be properly m, frnm ally' other Stato Info thing to Imild mo up hut they neer
marked, so as to prevent Imposition. ' -,.,, scomed to help me. It was not until I
No State has attempted to force tho ",0 Stato of Tennessee j xrfilnmt link Mils that 1
.... ,.i ,,.,i i iik rnrinln klids ot- "Undor tho IntcrBtato commerce , found n meiliclno adaptiil to my cae.
I 1, ..'1.. 0,"8irr" ","',. J!, clause of the constitution ofthoThe pill-lu-II .no in a fewday?. My
..... ... h,,v .ii United States and Its Interpretation
n ... ncs propJr.y Tabeled so na to by the court l.auor Is rcco8r,.,ed
..v.ii fr.n.1 .s a commodity of trade, Jus. ns
clothing, shoeu or any other
No State nan yet attempt oy ... but ,ho stato
l, prescribe the manner of dress for manufacture or
the people, but It would bo con po- c u
tent for the State to provlde1,y law J -,
Grand Reduction. Sale
Are Still On at Our Store
Men's Straw Hats, formerly $1.50
to $2.50, now - $1.00
Men's White Duck Pants, former
ly $1.50 to $2.00, now $1.25
Fancy Colored Vests, formerly
$2.50 to $3.50, now $2.00
Ladies' Short Chemises, lace and
embroidery trimmed, 50c to
Ladies' Night Gowns, all prices
cut down, - 50c to $2.00
Persian Lawn, 40 in. wide, color
ed, fine and soft - 20c
100 Doz. Part Linen Towels,
closing out at - ' $1 doz.,
$4.00 "Walk-Over" Tan Button
Bals - - - $2.95
$3.50 Men's Canvas Bals, leather
heels, - - - $2.50
.50 Ladies' White Canvas Ox
fords, few sizes, - $2.00
"All Buch nicddlcsomo and vexa
tious laws ceased In Kuglaud with
the growth of constitutional govern
ment and when tho rlghtB of man
Hvero firmly established upon the ba
sis of Individual liberty and con-
science. They passed In our coun
try when Intolerance and early fa
naticism gave way to advancing ro
HglotiK freedom, nnd tho constitution
of our own country was framed for a
Bdf governing peopio wno rcscrvcn
to themselves und guaranteed, with
ono another the rights nnd privilege..
of freemen. lUt tho attempt has
been made by prohibitory laws re
lating to drink to forbid tie manu
facture or sale of liquor. Tho claim
Is mado that the use of liquor pro
duces drunkenness, vlco nnd crime,
nnd that public morals, the1 wclfaro
of tho Individual and of fie Stnto
would be be't conserved by Its total
"It la also said that bcciuse of
tho nppa.l.ng consequences which
often follow tie Intemperate use of
liquor thnt legislation on this sub
ject Is to bo differentiated fr.im leg
I islatlon on the other subjects, and Is
not only Justifiable, but desirable
"While having great respect for t
"The Stato Is as powerless to pro
vent shipments ot l(nuor to tho peo
ple of Tcnncssco ns It la to provonl
the shipment of any qlhor commou
appetite picked tip and I grew i-lronger.
lly the time I had taken six boxes my
blood wai in good condition and I was
"I tako Dr. Williams' Pink rills every
spring and am in good health as a rcntl.
1 hao taken tlio pills after childbirth
and I have found nothing ltter to
strengthen me. They are good for the
nuiKlmr mother nnd child. I rati hardly
find words to cxprcw my gratituda for
me snipmcni oi ..y T1 . u", Miir ntai.H In rhI rtli,"
ity which may enter In'.o Intmtatc ()r vIjiIj1o ImnLlft. "Plain T1k to
trndo. . I Women," will Ihi sent free, to any miller-
"it follows, therefore, thnt until hw woman upon niiert.
., ., i. . m . n,n,n liaMf ')r' Williaim' I'ink I'llls are highly
the United Slates Oovornmen. llsclt i rcommctll1 for nniemia, clilniwis, ile
forbids the manufacturo nnd lale ' t ayl ilevelnpinent, nfter-ill'wU ol chlld
llquor, or refuses to allow Iti ship I birth and lein-orrhcra.
nicnt to a State, It It. not josslblo DrWlllianw' I'ink I'ilNare fold by all
,o have a prohibition law. Those .s. -rlU.5,.. l-Hf -who
claim tho contrary cither do not,1)OX( for .,M by tho Dr. Williams
know better or, knowing bottor, do- Medicine, rompanjvSchenectady, N. V.
CdlV0 tho peOplO. aiaa
"A law to preVent tho uanufac- . . ,.
turo und sale of liquor In t.10 Bta oclirorccmcnt 0, cxtliis Inws; -that
can huve only ono offect, nnd thau hM njt beoM enoHgh v,Borolw
could ho to send from Tcnucsseo t,lrcatmcnt of ,ho situation In the
other States all the money the P-i t , mt t,;0 llumber ot llnUor
pie now spend for liquor, nnd would Uen,eri or to C011.)C, OUe,icnco to tho
In no wise prevent tno uso 01 - ,aw , am aIlto nol nmndful of
nor, which Is the end desired byt))o thefe aro n thg (m
such a law, or It haa no legitimate. fower ,n TeI111038CO tlian ,
purpose ai n, ,10 agt jwenty.five yean, and those
"Aside from tho reasons I have (hat remaln nre morp uUdcp thecon.
heretofore presented why an act to u o thg ,aw than thiy ,)ave oyer
prevent the manufacture and sale of been ond (hnt U(ere ,g css rca,
liquor should not be passed, there grom)d )f coini)a,nt llgaI18t them
aro other co.nlderatlons which -, cver , lhe stIlle.g hutory.
volvo the attltudo of tho, Stnto to
...n.i i.n nin.nn. who nro enErnced
this onlnlon. shared by so many of . "i ''.,
our people, I am
still convinced that '" thjs builnew.
Tho' manufacturers of beer and )1()v
"I recommend that 1:0 general pro
hibition law be passed abolishing the
manufacture and sale uf liquor, bo-
.Aa--.A A l.l..lnilhh 4. rtltnllah I
nnv niininiiL ni iluihhiiiuii u uuuiiau ..
I the manufacture ot liquor is alor- "i""r T.hi,..i Son of theBtni. lfor ",0 r"nso"8 8,ll,c,,, tlmt 8"c" a
live. In that It does not accomplish """ nt ,"" Ji .,M b her I,lw wl" "rove n ,,,llare nml bo n
'the result hoped for. and. again, that " ,',h' .' lo dtf the value 'aetrlmont .0 the Stat.-,
lit violate, the plainest and most ob, '.. A" "1 l. "y Ji' " Hon I "' ' recommend, however, high
it violates . " of tner plants would be confiscation
vlons rule of Individual .etlon ad ' J I compensation of any
personal freedom. '
'If we can legislate against tho
license, strict regulation and forfeit
ure of license for -violations of law.
"In my opinion, If these' recom-
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
ALAKEA STREET '
. .. . . . l (.1 I.. I ' .'l'.....
"r nil imiiviiiiiui niiumu niii'i .. .. .. .. .. .
......,......,.. n,wi u..io nfiinnn. i1B. " "" , . . .. meiiuiiiions werq cnrrieu into law,
manufacture and sale of liquor be- h d bur 1)roperly ,0 the j. .,., wou)ll ,,e at rCBJ
cause it often produces crime ..d , ho ,,, be helll wponilbto, ""
frequently becomes hurtful to . the ,)0lh cv1!y al;(1 criminally for Mjwno,7
Individual and society, cin we net , wnoio would npproo jour courie. a
also legislate against tho man..facac!; h . , , th, (orch ot senuln. temperance measures nnd
i..r mwi in nr tniineen n iiolsonouii " . applies ins luim ' roai reforms thoy nre liinnltiily to
turo nnd t-alo of tobacco ot polsonouu Utatutory confiscation there U " b nrcfened f Ill-coisldBrnd rustic
drugs? And'lf wo begin such .egls ',,,. ,or tho state u toverclgn. ,' , , , '" co,1"1 le,rMl ir"8llc
i.i,, ,!,, I. it i ml? rcmeu), tor tno uiau i uvBijib. rurorms, wh ch provoke Intomparanco
lilt ion, where Is t to end? , poWBr t0 dc3troy. , ul w un(lcr ,he Rugol uf oJllUo1..
oiiuii wu piumuii wu uiuu jiuv-. tnc power, and wun no reoress uj
turo and sale of liquor to all tho tuo individuals, should not tho Stato ... .....
Dcforo Jmlgo Itoblnson this morning
n aii4ljafti aa.rn.at laat a..1 .ihi..I l.aa ll. !..
...I a l...l.l" '""I io inuiiuvu ill I1IU UVi'
111 my opiH.u.1 ..u Dlu. ...... u f0II,ant , IlQ H1U ur()glll ,,y thll
exercise the power -to deprive tho lAlnercnn ,aw ook ComDaIiy aKalm
citizen ot tho use uf his proporty or T M Harrison to quash the oaso. Tlio
- . t....,lainun ll Una irtnilA In.1
10 ueauuy u uu... , o ,.... . CnB( W(J con1)H,.rt ponding lio return
gltlmato without JtiBt nnd reason- f tIl0 con)ialiy.B roprcsematlvo from
alilo compensation, and the Iictthat ,1.,. ,.,
... . ..,..! . . "" --"".
annu ns munuinciuro ami saiu.tho Sate has power can not nnni 1. Hi. rnioral mnn in,iJiii v
. ....... . O...J-.. t... ,- i.t .1 . .. .... .- -. " - - r- '
do wnony loruuiueii uy mw, .vuiium., ought not to cuango me aunuue ui p wn Betenced to two tnontlm and
regard to its proper uso or auusoj tno sovereignty from tho protector, C08tH tr illegally having nnliim In his
nconlu because some, by icason -if In-
I temperate use, ruin thcmsclvet?
bo slow to apply the torch?
"And If It does, In tho exercise
"Shall we j legislate that a man 0f Its sovereignty, should It not com
who uses It niodcruteiy and wi.noui p0Ugilto the citizen for his lass?
Injury to lilmtum or outers s111.11 no
wholly deprived of Its uso, because
another uses It Immoderately?
"Shall tho sick not use It it the
physician pi escribes It, because
soma who aro well abuso It?
To do so la wholly
"Tho uso or non-uso of liquor
should be left to tho Individual,
unwise nnd, iD the nunlshment of Its people,
"in my opinion, the choice which
Is logically .Und Inevitably presented
Mnrla Davis has Illod 1 llhcl fur dl
Virco from her husband Peter David,
alleging non-support and asking for
permanent alimony and n'.tornoy's
KODAK DEVELOPING! AHTICLE8
OF MERIT FH0M THE WORK
SHOPS OF THE BEST ARTISANS;
PRINTS., PAINTINGS, PHOTO-GRAVURES.
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
Is botweon regulation and control by
"in my conception. In popular gov-, aw nr the llnuor trallc, and secret
eminent nnd tho relation of tho Qr open violation of I ho law. It Is foes. The rouplo worn married hero
iniiiviiiuni 10 society, 11 is jusi as tlio cilslB.hetween openness ami evn- ucioucr is last year ami me who ni-
' much nu Invasion of personal lib- Bun, between fairness nnd hypoc- leges her husband left her on Kcbrti
orty to attempt by law to forbid rlsy, between real tuniicranco and nry 0, Inst.
Ila uso HB It Is by law to forbid tho t counterfeit. Any Inw thut will I Marshal l.ondry wno busy loday set
iisq of anything olso. " .pot bo respected nnd can not bo en- Ming nccomits wltli tho Iliisnlans who
"fjhiimcter In tho Individual Is not forced ought not to bo placed upon havo been witnesses beloro tho (Irani
'mado by prohibition or the with t,0 statute books. V law that will, Jury and nil who havii been testifying
(drawing of temptation. -but by ro- )rew lying and deceit In tho people for "10 past few days received Iholr
slBtanco to temptation. Tlio schemo ,0t tt' temperance .measure, but,'1" ''"ring tho day.
'of find in the redemntloii nf man .,,, i,,iLi!.f.nn mnimn. A 111,1 n I Thole was no meeting cf tho pod
ium pot been to tako froiii him temp- who' buy liquor In a public place cr,tt' 0rl""1 ;Jry today but tho Nly
tatlon, but to leave him free to re- recognized by law may be doing I1" come loge her aiqiln tomorrow.
.1.1. and as ho resists, he w... havo h.m.o.f nnd family an l.ijust.ce. hut .rtTl JIn",
whllo tho Immigration authorities are
oxamlnlng tho nowly arrived Rusilim
Immigrants to seo )t thoro am any
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
ii 1 1 '
We have just opened one of the ;
prettiest selections of
in many novel designs and shades xj
costing from , '.
Also, Spring designs in our
If your footwear liai given you any cause for dii
sntijfaction, come lo u for a pair of Women. Regal
r hoei and put an end to dl your footwear troubles.
Only in the mo:t expensive custom footwetr
vul you find the tame dimly styles) and perfect
fit that you get in our Women ."Regal Shoes.
We have the exclusive local Regal agency,
REGAL SHOE STORE,
King & Bethel
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Sl X W? '
his reward, f n0 obtains It In tho Illegal club,
"Shall we dostroy proporty to or f,.om the express ugent wilder a
inukn men honest?
''Shall we abolish the mmiufac
fictitious namo, or-Xrom u boot-leg-
fVeekly Bulletin, $1 Year!
ger, he certainly does the same ., ,h, ,, , .,,,uir.i,i -u.
turo of gunpowder because mon amount of damage, nnd Has tho add- It.UB
sometimes uu It to murder their fel- cd load to bear that ho hag been a ' , m ,
low mon? partner In deceit and the law's ova-! Country ieoplo make tholr ownl'aln
"Can we make mon virtuous by 8on Convinced, a l have always but people In thu city get theirs In tho
law, or Is It only through education, been, and now more i han ever, that street cars.
Christian Influence und tho growth prohibition laws aro a failure and I n
of tho Itilelllgonco, conscientious- breed more evil than they cure, arid n.nc t nntn III MIC nV
ness nnd responsibility In man him- firm In the belief that the regula- U llUnC A UULll IN UNtUAY
HelC? Hon and control la the very best Take Laxative Bromo Ouinino
'The unsworU but ono, and that solution of u difficult problem, ) am Tablets, . AH dniECtsts refund
Is the man must woik out his own at the snme, tlmo not unmindful of tj,e money if it fails to cure.
v.. w. tiroves signature ts on
estluy niiilpr humnii Inw, ns h" llio fuel that some, drnlers In liquor
must lilts nwu salvation under dlvlun linvo ili-flod nnd broken tlin laws, nnd
w. that both Stnto nnd municipal au-
PARIS MEDIC1NC CO, St. Uuis, U 3. A,
If You Want Something Goo
Everywhere 5c '
F. E. Davis, Agent, Nuuanu and
When -we tfet your TiHreIe4i mil fvf hpi n
wedll, come to the rescue with tfood old
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