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BAILY SAP ITAL JOURNAL, 8ALEU0RH, THURSDAY, DECEMBER V, 1903.
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, Helpful Thought for Every Day.
Monday. ."Behold, how good and
how pleasant It is for brothora to
dwell together In unity!
It is II ko tho precious ointment upon
"tho head; as tho dow of Hormon, and
as tho dew that descendod upon the
mountains of ZIon."
To dwell togethor In unity! No
Btrlfe, no antagonism, no Impatience-.
"While thero may be, and naturally
'will bo, d Iff orotic of opinion, thore
nocd not be Btrlfe, quarreling. It
would bo monotonous Indeed if per
sons living under tho same roof had
no difforlng views. A roost violent
tompor would be preferable to being
a piece of putty. Wbero thero is true
companionship there is no monotony.
Thoro must bo a corialn amount of
contrast botweon two nnturos and yet
they must "blend" If we would havo
unity and companionship. Even though
nature are congenial, each one must
learn the art of adaptability. No one
can havo his own way all tho time.
Peaco is II ko precious ointment A '
peaceful homo Is a heaven on earth. I
A really lino nature Is llko a sen--sltlve
plant and It can not thriyo in
an atmcaphcro of fault-finding, of lr- f
rltablllty, o. constant moaning and t
groaning, wow is roirosmng. a
peaceful homo has a rcfrosl Jng atmos
phere thnt is felt by all who outer it.
Tuesday . "Thoro hath no tempt
ation taken you but such as Is common
to a man; but God is faithful, who will '
not sulfor you to bo tompted above
that yo nr- able, but will, with tempt-'-atlort
also mako a way to escape, that
00 may bo able to bear It."
To understand this fully one must
understand what "Humnn Nature" te
and what tho purposo of existence Is.
Our exjwrlcncos are tho probloms
given us in th school of oxlstonce.
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Wo have tho power of dominion and
wo mint prove It. If wo are not over
como of ovil, but If wo overcome evil
with good, wo havo solved the problem
and havo gained tho victory. Every
problem tnust bo solved and if we
fall in one instanco wc shall meet
again and continue to meet it until
It is solved. Wo aro always attacked
on our vulnorable side. So what is
hard for ono to endure would be com
paratively easy for anothor. What
right have wo to say wo would do
bettor than our neighbor if we were
In his place? Existence Is the op
portunity for making manifest the
latent good in ourselves. The facili
ties, powers, nnd capabilities of our
'being" nre not fully developed and
nover will bo unless demand is made
upon thorn. 'Every one Is conscious at
tlmtu of two voices within blmseir.
When any question of importance ar
ises there is a strong debate carried
on between those two "solves." One
will lead to victory, tho othor to de
feat Defeat brings trials and trib
ulations; victory brings strength and
poaco. Bccauso man has power of
dominion over all things, ho Is not
tempted abovo that he Is able. Thore
Is always a way of escape, but wo do
not always see It.
Wednesday. "Curso not tho king,
no, not In thy thought; and curse
not tho rich in thy bedchamber; for
a bird of tho nlr shall carry the voice,
and that which hath wings shall toll
Thero arc those who eunao those
in higher ranks of socloty, and they
curso the rich.
This Is based on selflshnuis. onvy,
nnd Jealously. Thoy desire the things
for which they are cursing others.
Thoy desire richB and to have tholr
names classed with people of renown.
It is natural to wish to be com
fortablo The needs of one are great
er than of another. If we cunie nn
other oven In our thoughts. It shall
be rovoalod. Divine law penetrates
our Inmost thoughts nnd every vio
lation of that law bringn its punish
ment If we think that our thoughts
aro hidden wo deceive ourwelves, and
when our punishment comes we can
not understand why "we" should suffer
theso things. We feel wo are being
unjustly dealt with; that we do not
deserve eo much sorrow and misery.
God Is love, and God's law is not un
just Success is founded on wisdom. Wis
dom is not intellectuality. There
have been many highly successful men
who wore not what tho world calls
intellectual. Curso no one; envy no
Got wisdom, and with all thy get
ting get understanding. We loso time
In watching other pcoplo whllo we
stand Idly by.
Thursday. "Boloved. let us love
on another; for lovo is of God, and
overy one that loveth is born of God
and knowoth God. Ho that lovoth not
knowttth not God; for God te love.
He that dwollcth in God, and God in
"Thero Is no fear In lovo, but per
fect love costeth out fear, because
fear hath torment He that feareth
is not made, perfect in lpe. He who
loveth God loveth.. his mother also."
God created man in his linage, after
his likeness. Thvro.fdre, Iqvb is one
of the attributes' c-jt man's nature.
The more lovo ono manifests the
rooro God-like he "becomes. This
tove is divine. The mother-love Is the
nearest to It In quality, The mother
lovo has no element of fear, or of
dpubt. in It It Is pure and sees only
the good. Love workoth no 111 to his
neighbor. We Bhould not hato any
thing or anybody. There Is a greater
bond of sympathy between some per
sons than between others, but when
thero seems to be a lack of sympathy
it doco not follow that thoy should
hato each that her warfare Is accom
plished, and that her Iniquity Is por
doned; for sho hath received of the
Lord's hand double for all her sins."
Thore comes a timo In the progress
of the soul when warfare censes, and
Its iniquity is pardoned. Those who
aro "stiff-necked and rebellious" must
suffor double for all tholr sine. It is
hotter to walk with Divine law than
No Money Taken.
Brownsville, Or., Dec. 17. Tho
Southern Pacific Depot was broken In
to hero Tuesday night by two men.
They drilled a hole in the safe, and re
moved the combination, but, for some
unknown cause, they abandoned their
work at this stage, and departed with
out any booty.
Two strangers, fairly well dressed,
who visited tho various saloons here
yesterday and Bpent considerable mom
ey are suspected of tho crime. Today
they were tracked toward Sllverton.
Governor Chamberlain this after
noon appointed three regents of the
Orogoa Agricultural college, at Corval
lie. as follews: W. W. Cotton, of
Pertland: J. M. Chase, of La Grande,
and J. D. Olwell, of Central Point
Tho two laBt named are reappoint
ments. She Never Will Be Missed.
Madrid, Dec. 17. The cabinet today
.tu.l.ln..l . nn1 Afllftlnl . rtf I f lf 1 1 rT 1 1
America that Spain won't participate'
in tho St Louis exposition. The al
leged reason is shortage of funds. The
real reafcon is tho Spainlsh merchants'
hatred of Amorica.
May Yet Go To War.
Toklo. Japan, Dec. 17. It Is gener
ally believed that tho Eastern situa
tion takes a graver aspect. The meet
ing of the older statesmen yesterday
was unnble to como to any conclusion,
as Russia's proposal was not acceptable.
m SBflk I 1 1 111 ' m
of the best fic
and. all. on the
finest of paper,
will be found
' in the
It Grows Monotonous.
New York, Dec. 17. Steele. Mor
gan's right-hand man, was a witness
In the Shipbuilding Company case to
day. He said 2,G00,000 of each kind
of stock had been received by Morgan
Burned to Death.
Toledo, tec 17. Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Nolhnus, wealthy and prominent,
were cremated In a fire at tholr homo
One. Kind of Fun.
Hazing Isn't in It with the frosh-man-Sopohomore
war at the Washing
ton State University, at Seattle The
trouble has boen going on for four or
five days, and last night a band of
freshmen were fired on, while sur
rounding a house in which one of the
sophomore. Ormund. who played
right end on tho 'varsity team, llvod,
under the supposition that they were
burglars. Later Ormund, bound hand
and foot, was thrown into Lake
Union, and was rescued with difficul
ty. Miles Ielaer, another sophomoro,
was thrown into the lake with his
hands bound. He was seized with a
cramp, and was rescued by a fresh
man, Herbort Gaston, who swam out
and carried him to shore.
In tho probato court this afternoon,
tho petition of Mrs. Hattle Brown, for
tho romoval of Mrs. Elvira Matheney,
as guardian pf petitioner, and to causo
tho said guardian to file a report and
pay ov ir tho amount of tho estate of
tho lato J. Honry Brown to petitioner,
Is up for hearing.
To Brlna Back Parker,
Governor Cbamborlain this morning
Issued a requisition op tho governor of
Montana, for tho delivery to Joseph
Day. agent of tho stato of Oregon, of
T. W Parker, wanted in Portland for
forging checks. Detective Day is. al
ready at Helena, Montana, whore Park
er Is under arrest
MAGAZINE for December
R. H. RUSSELL, Publisher
1 6 full-page illustrations of
Pretty Women of the Stage
over 8o illustrations in all
g'es in Color
THE PURPtE SHOW.
Salem Talent Assists Albany In an
The Elks' purple show, an amafeur
performance at tho Albany grand op-i
era house, by tho Elks' lodge of that
city. Is reported to have been an Un
qualified success, and the antlered
llP'tl oi thnt Mtv Is nrnml nf tha ra.
suit It was not only a success from!
a social standpoint but financially as
well, for It is reported that It was a
$126 house, and that interest did not
lag from beginning to ond Among
the most nomilar nerformors were
some of Salem's own for Mrs. Halllei
Parrlsh-Hlnges, E. Cooko Patton and!
othors as woll-known, took part
Mrs. Hinges fairly charmed tho
largo audlenco with a rendition of "My
Dreams," and as an encore she sang
"Violets," both favorltos of this gifted
singer. She was enthusiastically ap-,
plauded, and Albany can now realize I
tho beauty of the "Orogon NlghUn-
gaios- voice, nir. ration aougntcd
tho audlenco with his black art, and
his work was tho best ever witnessed
in that city.
Ono of tho leading performers was
C. H. Burggraf, formerly of this city,
and now managor of the Albany opora
house. Ho Is ono of tho ablest ama
teur performers in the state, and his
work lost night was excellent Tho
Albany Herald of this morning, in
speaking of the entertainment, says,
"Mrs. Hnlllo Parrlsh-Hlnges pleased
the audience In two songs charmingly
given. Others from abroad appeared.
Great expectations were realized in
the farce, "Cob Corker." translated
from the original tongues, with local
allusions, by a H. Burggraf. Tbl
esteemed player-manager sustained
tho star part with marked ability."
A Strong Petition.
Governor Chamberlain Is in recolpt
of a potition for tho pardon of Frank
McCanu, serving a nine-year term in
tho penitentiary, from Josephine coun
ty, for assault with a dangerous
weapon. McCann was received at the
penitentiary January 20. 1902. and was
convicted for tho crime of attempting
to take tho life of a mining partnor,
with whom he had a quarrel over a
mining claim. Tho petitioners aro
largely from California, and lncludo
somo of tho most prominent people of
that stato, among them the Justices
of tho supreme court, and high of
ficials of tho Southern Pacific, and
they urgo that the prisoner has been
sufficiently punished, in viow of tho
fact that no injury resulted from his
attempt on his partner's life, an at
tempt made in the heat of a quorrol,
and without premedUntlon
The petition is the strtngect !
presented to Governor CharaberliiiJ
and few have ever been plat "d befonl
an Oregon governor that haJ as mit;J
signatures of promlneut m n
Bought a Beautiful Piano.
W. P. George, the entcrprWu
State-street restaurant man. bough
his wife a beautiful style 17 Ludwll
piano for a Christmas present It it
an exact duplicate of thp pianos tW
carried off the honors at the Paris
potition in 1900.
Mn George Is a conservative b
noss man. and boucht onh after mu
I'ing a thorough examination of tK
different makes carried by the (Ufa
ent piano firms of this 'city He w
satisfied that ho cot more for U
J money in tho Ludwlg than in UJ
l othor. Tho Ludwlg is carried dt a
len & Gllbort-Raymaker Co., 299 Cos
One More Insane.
Charles Seecat was arrested M
Phlnf rT Pollnn nihmn Inst, nlcht 0S1
. -vw v a va,. waurvM . w w
cbarco of insanity, and he was
. mornlnir nintnlnnd hefore ConWl
'Judco Scfttt bv Dr. Richardson,
adjudged Insane nnd was committed tl
the asylum. Sheriff Colbath taking al
out; ho Is a strangor here.
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It to 12 1.15
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