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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2a, 10001000.
AN ANSWER TO. ATTACK ON BEER IVIr. F. G. Deckebach Takes Ministers to Task Defends Beer As a (Food Pro duct Calls Prohibition a Fallacy and Not a Christian Law or Command. TO BE TRULY THANKFUL Table Linen en HB fr n ii Ii IV h iiMI LI HV t i SB, ca o 5.0 0 5 o o - Tho writer cunnot help but deploro ovory attack on beer. It wns found tho necessity of replying to tho at- that whenever a community adopted tack by so-called ministers of tho boor as Its customary hevorage, pro Gospel lust Sunday on tho proposed hlbltlon could not gnln a foothold. 'New Tomporance Move" as adopt- Tho campaign against beer was ed by tho .brewing Interests of this thereupon Instigated and the coun Rtato. To for a moment even en-'try flooded with tracts lntonded to tcrtaln tho thought that tho words j show that "beer Is worse than wills uttered by Mr. W. H. Solleck, of the, koy" kills moro men and women and riogular $1.5.0 good quality all linen tablo-cloth, 70 ' Inches wide, pretty pattern. Snlo Trice, yd,. . . .Jj$l.)0 G'W. JOHNSON & CQ. SALEM, OREGON MM .CAPITAL JQDPAL BY HOFEH DUOS., ruHlUlicra and Proprietor. Personal BHfr 3 8UH8CRI1TION HATES. Uy Mali. Dlly Journal, ono month .... 3Cc ttly Journal, throo months ..$1.00 Dally Journal, ono yonr 4.00 Weekly Journal, ono year .... 1,00 Uy Carrier. Dully Journal, per mouth .... COc LET VH HE THANKFUL. Let us bo thankful that wo uro 110L as bnd us othor men uro. Lot us bo thankful that wo uro not. 'liars, robbors, grafters and such llko. Lot u bo thankful that wo uuvor tnko any moro than Is coming to us from anybody. Lot us 1h thankful Mint wonlways return good for ovll, and Judge no ono uncharitably. Let us bi thanltfiil that wt always treat tho poor iiuut with J nut as much consideration nH tho rloh. Lot us bo thankrul that wo do not "think wo uro bettor than anybody 1ho, ami nru not trying to get our uolvoH Into any hoIocL clrelo whoro wo can look down on othor people. Lot us alio ho thankful that In. our own oplnlpn. we think wo nro It, and Mint tho othor fullow Isn't. It helps ono ho much to lift himself by ltla own bootstraps. George Johnson went to Portland yostcrday. Mrs. Mors loft for Woodlmrn Inst evening to visit frlonds. A. L. Vcnzlo, of Portland, was In tho city yestordny on business. "Win. Pollard loft InBt ovonlng for a Thanksgiving visit In Orogon City. Mrs, If. Johns and daughter, Miss Gaho, aro visiting frlonds in Gorvals. Mrs. L. It. Natch and son, Hnrold, went to Portland last ovonlng to visit frlonds. Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Gardner loft Inst ovonlng for a short visit in Port land. Mr. nnd' Mrs. Del DliiBtnoro loft Inst ovonlng for Portland whoro thoy will spend Thanksgiving. Methodist church, recolved their In spiration from or were founded upon tlio "WORD OF GOD" ns ex emplified in tho Holy Scripture, would is a more effective drunkard maker than spirits. Tho "brewer thereforo bocamo tho object of all their at tacks, for wherever tho beer saloon, certainly appear to mo not only sacrl-j properly encouraged by dlscrlmluat llglous but also an Insult to every, Ing license laws, flourished, tho 10- sult was a marvelous progress In tho direction of sobriety and temperance. Tho nttltudo of tho prohibitionists ono that believed In tho life and teachings of Jesus Christ. How any porson can occupy tho exalted post al tho same time as reported traduce his follow man by Indiscriminately (ormlng him a "bruto" Is a condition tlon of n minister of tho Gospel, and ion tho enntcen question absolutely I Rogular $1.25 all linen tablo cloth, 66 Inches wide, pretty pattern. Snlo Price,- yd 75 Regular $1.00 all linen tablo cloth 02 inch wide, pret ty pattorn. Snlo Price, yd 65 Rogular 50c mercerized linen finish, cotton tablo cloth 65 inch wide, neat patterns. Snlo Price, yd..38 ROSTEIN& GREENBAUM 1 ' ' '298 iinil aOO'CommcrcUI St. proves tho Insincerity of their con tention for slnco Its abolition our army Iras fallen to such a deplorable absolutely distinct nnd apart from .condition regarding sobriety that tho 1 tho truo spirit of Christianity. j surgeon gonornl in his last report; Judging from his utterances, tho-"Bays It Is tho most drunken army man must bo nt war with tho Al- of all nations." So Illogical and un-j migniy anu not witn .Man ana is try-: iair nns noon inotr courscof action Ing to mnko tho lnttor conform to M'at Iilahop' Potter, of Now York, his own crudo idous based on lgnor-J8lns up tho situation in tho follow mice, egotism nnd fanaticism. Ono ing oloquont werds: 7 might rondlly Inquire, why wnsto tlmo and patlcnco on ono who Is al- "Most of our nictjiods for dealing Willi tho drink evil in our day nnd roady so sovoroly punished In lack-' generation nro tainted with disc ing so ninny of tho ndmlrnblo traits hood, dishonored by essential un necessary to tho ranking of n truo reality and discredited by widespread Christian? Man Musi Ho n Free Agent.""" That tho doctrlno of prohibition Is not nnd novor wns a part of tho I Christian rollglon Is conceded by nil and consistent failure." laud last night. Mm. Carrie II. Sholton Iiiib roturn ad homo from spending two weeks' I vacation. Deer Is n Food Product. In ondoavorlng to bettor tho con ditions of tho liquor trafllo the brew ers aro ninctlng with tho usual as saults that, havo mot ovory movo nlong ronsonnblo and common Bonso lines. Tho browors stnto and tholr ,. .. .... . . " W. N, Gatons, prlvato Bocrotory to!u,,r m,nuo, onoiara who hnvo mndo Govornor Chnmborlnln, wont to Port-i l c""HI8loni '" consciontlous study or mo Jioly scriptures. That nhusos hnvo cropt Into tho liquor trafllc, Htntoll,tt " backed up by tho con- thntt tho drink ovll Is ono nnd nl- 881l8U8 of opinion on tho part of tho ways has boon ono of tho momontous Krm,(Mlt thinkers of tho ago that niiostlntiH nf nil nuatt nn.i nm.nt, boor is a food product. m.-. i n..n 1 . .. 1 . "" " ""ilium .. . ... ..... oiuuuru wuikio i-on- H nlio conoe(lo,i by nU ronsonjo' Mr, Sellack, the prohibitionist. A Vewr of Hlood. aiiu juiir iau.j win long uo ro- membored in Mlo home of P. N. TaegoL of Alliance, Ky., au a yonr q( bloed: wlilah flowed ho coplomly from Mr. lUokot'a lungs that death roomed vory near. Uo wrltes: "Bo vero bleeding frowi tho lungs and a frightful cough had brought mo at donth'a door,- whon I bogan taking Dr. King's Now Discovery for con Hiunptlon, with tho astonishing result that after taking four bottle I was completely restored and as tUuo bin proven purmanoutly cwod." Guar anteed for sum lungs, coughs and colds, at J. C. Porry'a drug storo. Prico 50o nnd $1.00. Trial bottle fre. laud yotewlny to vlilt her sou, Wll Hani, for n fuw days. . Mrs. J. J. Spallngar, of Jefferson, U visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hurry Crawford, In tills olty. mlndod mon. That prohibition by law never linn boon succeMful in con trolling tho nppetltoH of man has ab- says that there la little or no food matter In beor. For the benefit of Mr. Sellock nnd othors who nro unln Holutely boun demonstriitod tlmo and I form0(1 " tIl niattor the following njialn. To mnko mon lend sober "'uy',IJ or "otu "r nd milk Is MlM Viola Fisher and sister, Mies H"" lono, wont Uo AVondhiirn yeatordny to be the guoete of MIm Mather Leeah. J. H. Lunteriunn, tho Insurnnco num. nfter a Abort huHliiee trip and thoy must bo nppoaled to ! K,V0IU T,lu nnlhorlty for this annly- tlirough reason. Thoy can only bo SB an(I tntomont Is Herman A. brought to Mint stago of roasonlng bolin,k' Presldont of the solontlcflc nH free agouts and not through com pulsory laws. There Is an old provorb that says vlult In the city, has returned to his! tn,,y " To ,lia f0(,t of '' who wonra home in Portland. Hhooe tho ground Is M. Whit llolman nnd Mrs. Walter 'ftthr' M,nn' MONEY MADE vs. MONEY SAVED J le not tho money mado but M10 money Mtvrti iimi jn-ovmit n luuu 10' Uio VlMjf ifcy,' Miwoy mx& innkeH )tm ludc len(k'Ht, I'Hablea you to grap ImslmtiH ptortHHltn,H and lays tliu fOHiulatloK for Mnniit'lal suc- Ct'i. Tho way (0 mvo Ik to tt It In Bk) AHk tfct'M tkt )oh' put- In J this 'bank It cams threo per y. (MO MollHr WlH OtK'H mt: s ( a &&r1r rVWfr'T C&rftl Looney wont to JefTorson last night to spond Thnulcsfdvlng nt the Unwell homo. Hoy Knots, who has been attending the medical school, left ywdordny for Portland where he will spend Thnnksglvlug with hie parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Harwood, of Biigwno and Joseph SJinw. of Sonttlo, aro giiBHta of Miss Gertrudo llanvood In this olty. Mlsa II0I011 (lleason, tiiaohor In tho oast school, left yast ovonlng for Oregon City to spend Thanksgiving1 ut hor homo. MIbu Addlo 8wart and Miss Ber tha Klliigor wont to Portland Inst ulght and wll bo Mid guosts of Mrs.' Frnnklo Campbojl for 11 fow days. Dr. Wallace ilruce, of Portland, lir visiting In tho city. Ho is a formor 8alom bpy and a, graduato of tho Willamette inodloal sqhool. I M.M. VI J, Souloy, of Albany, camo down yoatdrdny aftornoon to spond1 ThanHeglvlig; with relatives in this .olty. Davo Forbs and brothor, George wont to Orqgqn City yosterday to apenu ihanksglvliiK with tholr par ents. 1V1W, Mrs. D. E. Modi) and father. M J. w, ioh ta.at evonitig for their nomo in PorMnnd. nftor a short visit .tatmaolty. I Miss Jennie Booth and Blstor. Mis? . fWorgla. loft yosterdny for a visit In , Sllverton. Thoy will roturn in tlrap lor mo gnjiiq today. Archlo Parker and wlfo. of Mon mouth, nftor n isit. in thla clly, wont 10 roruana yesterday whoro thoy will ipond ThanksBlvInir 4th ifrlonda. - o-- TO CUK1B A COLl IK ONK HXT. Tk LAXATIVK BHOWO QMiklMi rnjbltla. Druflt rf4 mmmftt It f411 to ex, ,W, QAOVBV covorod with tho Ohrlstlnn oh u roh of today, In nttomptlng "iro hibltlon" aro attempting to cover the the wprld with leathor rq that all muy go out In tho world barefooted. Prohibition Titliiuil With Falsehood. The policy of tho prohibitionists Is that the ond Justltlos tho monns. Finding that tho drinking of a mild boverngo. such as boor Is, encourage toinporanco and sobriety by taking tho placo or tho more ardent liquors and thoroforo croatos a natural ro pugnance to prohibition, it was de cided by tho prohibition louders that it was absolutely ossontlnl to conter station for pnro foods. Slabwood 1 , DELIVERED ON SHORT NOTICE 1. 1M III 91 t The Chas. K. Spauldmg Milling Co. Milk and lteor. "Door la adapted to tho organism of ! tho ndult In much the samo way as milk Is to Mint of tho Infant. It. Is truly ronmrkablo how olosoly boor, and particularly our American boor, agrees In regard to tho nutrlonts It contains with Mint most Important of nil foods, milk. This Is vorv olonr- ly shown In tho following comparison' of tho more Important constituents of milk and boor:" ir M 1 iL .tOJIi 1.1 0 "ex'fecjtion Sold on tylerit t - r j.l.fqi.BEpi? 9 $$&$$l Averngo ComposKlou Milk. P.O. Wn'ur 87.79 Total solids 12.211 Milk sugar 418, rat t ..... . ., 3.74 Protolds , k t 372! Ash Domestic Ilecr. .69 P.CJ ltor S7tD Original extract 12.71 (Continued on page five.) mB Hit MAC g SPICES ; Alwaj-j the Sum JAIHcrCi. fc . JSu J? fxkTv. -fx o Smm JFi Cheese TJ 1 FULL CKE.IM, SWISS HO QVKTOUT SAP SAGO; EDAM nnd CREAM DHICK. Wo will liavo a full Hno of frcsU vegetables and fruits. Tho nEST la wlwt jou WANT and wo want to eatisfy ( your wants. Moir Grocery iny T P I ;MWPa 0WM iVi.,'TV E-. -f t VrrdVi WHEN THANKSGIVING COMES Among othor things you will want Is a porfoct fitting shirt, ono that was moulded on an oval board to fit tho body, and such a machine Is In oporatlon at tho Salem Steam Laun dry. Your dlnno'r will not bo com ploto unless tho linen was sterillzod and finished by us, and at prices that wiil surprlso you, Tabloclothes 5c up, napkins lc, ono-half what othors chargo for Inforlor work. SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY, Phono 23. iao-16o" Liberty St. -"'0' FOR JOIST AND FIX)OItINa Thd best placo to Dny fs where the boat stock of lumber Is carried. The ontiro building trado know that there Is uot a flnor stock of lumber than that carrlod by us. Wo are roady to All tho largest contract promptly. Wo don't keop the build er waiting. That'a a vory important point. Near S. P. passenger depot Phono 52 Main. GOODALE LYJMBEIt CO. - ' d a f : out ? Turn Y Steps Htte L Whcnyoa need anything in, Lmkr and save some of the moacy that yoa i&imdid spead OUR ME.TS ARE ALWAYS TUB DESL For wo take especial care to W none but tho beat, and our coatomWj can. alwaysrdepend upen gettlne best in tho market at right P"" when they buy, at our market. u. a, cross, State Street Mtarket V00 9H HOLLISTCB'S Kwky IfewrttHi Tea Um j ..a..l.l. ,ri &CI 'Ti Mid - - IML- U" j x Mi-fu fcr.truti'r"-" I?.lltt.itfC I nd WwrTRuM!!, nmi. .-r- a- mooA. Bkd BrvAlk. swwre"! 0sia; SW1 I r LUHBSR CO . HbxMtikrc ob .! box.1 H. ftufj, V ects " " f . vfc.-.-.. ., "r HoutriWBti garjT, Um.'JS FW ,$U1B If