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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1007.
The Saving of wlMcr ty tlie use of Ryal AYJLUJLK'Jr Baking Powder is con siderable. Royal is economical, because it pos sesses more leavening power and goes further. Mnlco Industrial Conflicts Impossible. Thoro la no blinking at tho fact that, under modern city conditions, a utiiko Ib war. All tho preparations for tho conduct of tho San Francisco sUieotcnr nlrlko are distinctly on u war Jmsls. Tho Btrootcar company Is fburrlcadlng and fortifying Its barns nid provisioning them for a siege. Tho union has thrown out lines of :pIckots, and will beslego tho head quarters of tho onomy with nn or ganized army. Tho fact that tho Im mediate purpoao of thoso pickets Ja to prevent disorder on tho union inon or others and to protoct tho '.property of tho company dooa not al 'tor tho military character of tho pre parations. Pickots and organized Eliards aro not necessary to protect tho pcaco of a business negotiation. Tho govornor 1b watching tho situa tion, and nlnnds ready to sond In troops whonovor tho city's authori ties fall to copo .with tho situation. Tho proposal to cIobo tho saloons Is 'seriously under discussion. This Is 4i recognised moasuro of a stato of alogo. Anil tho thoory that a strike is simply a concerted roalgnntlon of tho mon from Jobs thoy do not want on tho tortus offorod Is not sot up by -anybody. Thoro Is no question that tho company can got mon to tnko tho placoB vacated by tho strikers. It has already got thorn. Hut whon It sondB thorn out It will bo on nrmored cars, protoctod by armod guards. This Ih not btiBluoss competition. It Is wnr. And thoro Is no protonso on anybody's part that It Is anything o1ho. That la Just tho reason why theso Industrial conllle'B ought to bo made impossible, by substituting somo moro civilized way of Bottling tho issuoB Involvod In them. Prlvnto wnr Ib Intolerable In a civilized com munity. To permit It Ib either to con Tons luck of civilization or failure of civilization to devise a civ ilized uolutlon for hoiiio particular problem. Th hitler Ih, of course, (the confection Involved In a toloratod wtrlko. Thoro Ih an litsue Involvod which we have provldo.l no tribunal to settle. Therefore wo louvo It to tho partloH to Unlit It out among thoinHolvof. Hut when these parties procoQil to lay Joint nlugo to tho gon eral public, to starve It Into taking a Vjnnd, It ahow h that ovon thoy roluso to accept tho license of private war faro. Thoy have tho public by tho threat and propouo to choko a do clalmi out of it. It would bo no moro nn Infringement of tho liberty which thos belligerents refuse to oxorclso, and jt would be far more consonant wlth'tho peace and dignity of clvlllz ntlmn fo tho public to provide tho moans of adjusting thoso dlHputos and compel tho pnrtlos to submit to it. Fresno Republican. o Tho Magic No. . Numbor throo Ih a wonderful mus vot for (loo. H. Parrls of Cedar drove, Mo., according to a lottor which reada: "After sultorlng much with llvor and kidney trouble, nnd becoming greatly discouraged by tho( In tho early days of tho Thirty first Congress, 1849, Howell Cobb of Georgia was elected as speaker of tho lawor houso ovor Robert C. Wln throp of Massachusetts, tho Wing candidate, by two votes. Tho result would havo been a tlo If John Gor ham Palfrey, Harvard graduate, ex minister, successor to Edward Evor ott In tho Battlo-squaro pulpit, and elected as a Boston Whig, had not voted against his townsman. In tho heat of his Indignation Lowell wrete: "No, hoz ho? Ho hain't, though? Wut? Voted ngln' him? Ef tho bird of our country could ketch him SHE'D Bkln him; It Booms though, I soo HER with wrnth In onch quill, LIko a chancory lawyer, a fllln' HER bill, An' grlndln' HER talents cz shnrp cz nil nntor, To pounco llko n writ on tho back o' tho traitor. If tho ornithologists don't ngroo with JamcB Russell Lowell and Mrs. Lllllo Dovoroux, of courso thoy must be wrong. Pootry nnd romnncof must ntwnys hold their own against prosaic facts! Brooklyn Englo. o Do Not Neglect the Children. At this season of tho yonr tho first unnatural looBonods of a child's bowels should havo lmmedlnto atten tion. Tho bcBt thing that can bo given is Chnmborlnln'fl Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Romcdy followed by castor oil aB directed with each bot tlo of tho romcdy. Foro salo by Dr. Stono's drug storo. o Diamonds lty tho Ton. Tho Pall Mall Gazetto says that, "llko all precious metals and stones, tho unit of wolght usually employed in regard to dlamoiulB Is tho carat, of which 151 1-2 go to mako up n tho years, 1903-05, noarly 7,250,000 car- dlamonda by tho ton stnggors the Imagination; Indoed, tho nvorngo annual output of tho Klmborly mlnos U not moro than half a ton, nil told. Statistic have bueu publlihod re cently at, Capo Town giving tllo out put for several years paHt of tho Klmborly mlnos and tho rlvor dig gings. Thoso yloldod In tho throo from tho Grlqualand mines Is ovor atH, say a ton and a half. Tho mon etary valuo of thoso diamonds was 14,150,000. Since tho first din mond wna dlscnvorod by tho hanks of tho Vaul In 18C7, down to tho end or 190G, It Is ostlmatod that tho total wolght of diamonds extracted from tho Grlnualand mlnos Is nvor thirteen and a half tons, of n market j value of fully 95,000,000. If nta- tlstlos of this kind can bo trusted and In tho caso of tho South African Iold thoy closely approximate to the fnutH only sovontoon tons of dia monds had boon mined all over tho world to tho end of 1901. With tho unmo rolatlvo output slnco that year fiom Brazil and India, tho world's output of diamonds Is now moro than twenty tons. Tho figures seem small considering tho tlmo diamonds havo boon worked in India and elsowhore A Clerical Qualification. A grandson of tho lato Senator Shumway, whon four years old, was given a penny with which to buy can dy. Accidentally, suys tho Chicago Tribune, ho swallowed tho coin. His mother, moro excited than tho boy, said sho must send for the doctor at once. "No, son't Bend for tho doctor, mnmma," pleaded tho lad, who had memories of bitter mcdlctno; "send for tho preacher. Auntie says he can got money out of nnybody." o Tetter Cured. A lady customor of ours had suffer ed with totter for two or throo years. It got so bnd on her hands that she could not attend to hor household duties. Ono box of Chamborlaln's Salvo cured hor. Ghnmborlnln'a medicines glvo splendid satisfaction In this community. M. H. Rodney & Co., Almond, Ala. Chamborlaln's medicines aro for salo by Dr. Stono's drug store o Next to Joshua. A mountaineer of ono of tho back counties of North Carolina was ar ralgnod with several others for illicit distilling. "Dofondant," aakod tho court, "what la your name?" "Jofrhua," was the reply. "Aro you tho man who mndo tho sun stand still?" Quick as a flash camo tho answer: "No sir; I'm tho man who(mado tho moonshine." Harpor'B Weekly. X-RAYS O. W. Johnson the other day pre sented Tho Journal man with a four dollar whalebone whip, and now It Is In order for somo ono to soil him a horso and buggy to uao it with. Or possibly It la expected to bo used on tho editor himself. Tho, farmers around Spokano want tho city to shut up tho freo lunch countors. Thoy say If tho city will drlvo tho bumB out of town, the farmers will mako them .work. A now form of arithmetical brain storm is making Its way across tho continent from tho East. It is "Now 37," which, according to Bomo ingeni ous Idiot, if inverted reads "lomon." Drll. H. Baker, of Chicago, says: "Salt Is tho best medicine to admin ister in tho taming of a shrew." Tho trouble with tho doctor's suggestion Is ho does not toll how to administer It. Tho horso editor sayB ho tried to catch birds with salt, when ho was much younger than ho Is now, but nover mado a success of It, becauso tho birds wouldn't wait. Tho boycott Is no.w up against tho superlative, tost. All union mon aro to bo asked to refuso to drink beer. The horso editor's monoy says tho beer wins out. o Battlo Ship in the Air. Predicting from "iualdo Informa tion" Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, tho Inventor of tho tolophono and tho grophophono, declared on Mon day In a London cnblo dispatch to Tho Times that aerial battlo-Bhlps will soon bo launched. To tho cor respondent of Tho Times ho said: "My bollof Is that America will be tho first country to perfect tho aor lal battle-ships. This bollof Is based on insldo Information, and from tho samo source I got rollablo statements on which I baso my predictions of tho early production of an airship of enormous speed." Dr. Bell's oxpcctntlon Is that nn airship will bo perfected capablo of "making from 150 to 200 miles nn hour," bo thut "It will bo posslblo to havo dinner In Amorlca and break fast tho next morning In Europe." Tt v. -w .1th l .. Qtmo and blacks in.t --.: Magazine: "I course. i. ew. . . : business, it .. w W i raH exclu&irelr '"' tholr ... "lrP0ttiiJ1 o;"3 t-i "OUI PftTRHii 7l "uo men. Bnl tn "M "Tho actual .pr.oblem of the navl. gatlon of tho air has already been solved by tho Wright brothers," u Dr. Bell's opinion. According to an article in tho American Magazine for April, tho brothers Wilbur and Or villo Wright, of Dayton, Ohio, havo constructed a motor-propelled glid ing machine that will fly close to tho ground with a perfectly oven keel anu unuer complete control. Orvlllo Wright Is quoted as follews: "All our earlier machines perst3t ed in bobbing up and down, as inoiiBu uiey were on waves of air ntflcant that T w "" We discovered tho roason, and now met so far a,Mr-5ui wo can uy a tnouBand yards with the hltoare aM " ground not a foot beneath us. As alone lhP,a , . E( to to tho distance wo can travel, wo do1 southern n... 7 Ulw'toi not regard twenty-four miles as tholldeaoftherem v limit. Tho now machines will carry 'advancement j! iH Humuiuiu iuoi ior a ouu-mno trip." In an exhibition test of their 800 pound machine in 1905, tho Wright brothers covered a dlstanco of 90 miles In six flights, "flying and land ing with almost tho poIbo and self control of an nlbatross." This was ono of tho many trips by which tho Wrights havo demonstrated the prac ticability of flight. Of course, the ability to guldo so nearHho ground eliminates tho danger, and tho prob lem of learning to drlvo an oaromo bllo should bo no greater than that of mastering tho qulllbrlum of a lit- r.vnln. Dr. Bell r.nnstrnntnrl nn ntr vehicle last December, ho says, thatdepondont wcupatlou, tfe. "aupported itaolf and .a man In a, '"-u ineir own homes. ten-knot breeze" This summer ho will fly a machine of tho heavlcr-than-nlr typo that will operato at a modorato speed. of neeroM h...."1"11! I don't know w men havo prefaced vj mo with irordi lomrtM. "You can't eur negro attpr & .w ..... "V IZ'TJt brought up &mZ hat they'll do and S o. IhavehriMr..0! all my life; "-"" "llllt. r,,.l..l. ... . thnt these men rarcjhtf ii uuoui mo better elm 0 j thoso xrhn koh l v..... (lAHAn4ul M como In contact with tUt, gro, mo new hand, the boror, who make up, d er great mass of uv race. OitiS vi uiiuu, mo Dm tins t,t u. "If I can accomplish this thoro Is not know th M.W .-T 1 -.d-v. vmsi a l hopo that tho aviators, or tho monipooplo, and bAscd their j-j who aro trying to boIvo flight on tho lliurci upon tho acti 6tUi bird plan, will bo nblo to avoid fatal sort of whites wlthnhontSoa accidents long enough to learn how a,1y camo contact TtiWtfc to fly, and, aa with tho bird, ono of ,1,cnt8 ot the two nciirtnfei tho first considerations Ib safety, to nimrt as though they lltfihifc. mnn mtiBt learn to go slow before ont continents; andthtliairf ho gooB fast." tn0 cn,CI causM olthepoiidn. cor of tho southern tltstth.' That was tho counsol of Otto Lll- Q loniuni, wuo was uasucu 10 ucaiu a T .. . . .. ,v ' , . , . In tho Hnmb of Ut Kami quarter of a century ago from ono of nF" tho noroplanes that "bobbed up and Old Lady Mr, my' Uftk, down." Todny, with tho system of you should ho In school 1$ control porfectcd by tho Wright reau anu write in pice i brothors, many distinguished Kuro-, m buc ruug spon. pcan and Amorlcan Inventors aro at Jimmy (with the tlcraHHj work dovlslng to mako Llllenthal's on, lady, mo manager tetiit ndvlco safely practicable that. Philadelphia Pre Ho Fired tho Stick. "I havo fired tho walking-stick I'vo carried ovor -10 years, on account of asoro that reslstod ovory kind of treatment, until I tried Bucklon's Arnica Salve; that has healed tho soro and mado mo u hnppy man," writes John Garrott, of North Mills,! ! N. C. Guarnntood for Pllos, Burns,' otc., by J. C. Perry druggist. 25c. o How' It Happened. Sho Yos, Prod, ho had tho faco to try to kiss mo. Ho Woll, ovldontly you had tho ehook to tompt him. Plck-Mo-Up. .. o falluro to Unit rollof, I tried Electric Rlttora, and as a result I am a woll man today. Tho first bottlo rollovod and throo bottle completed tho euro." Gurantood boat on ourth for stomach, llvor and kidney troublos, by J. C. Perry druggist. 50c. Suv or tho National llird. Tho question of tho gender of tho American eagle Is now Interesting tho active mind of Mrs. Lllllo Dove roaux Blake. Mrs, Blake said to a mothor's elub moeting: "Tho American eaglo, thnt groat bird which surmounts our national Insignia that groat bird, ludlos, Is of tho fomlntno gonder. It is n fact, ladles an orluthologlcnl fact. Tho wox of tho bird la absolutely Indicat ed by tho whlto tuft of feathora on Its head and breast. I will also toll you anothor orinthologlcal fact. Tho fomala eaglo Is larger and stronger than tho uialo," Wo noto as an Instance ot great nnlnda runalng In tho samo chanuol that Jamca Russol Lowell also ro f rde4 the American eaglo aa of the feminine gender. in tho East, and must bo largely guodswork with respect to tho out put In antiquity. It Is, however, certain that moro diamonds havo boon plnccd on tho mnrkot in tho last forty than In tho previous thous and yours." o Thero Aro Vaw Pooplo who know how to tako caro of thomsolvos tho majority do not. Tho llvor la n most important organ In tho body. Horblno will keop It In condition. V. C. Slmpklns, Alba, Texas, writes: "I havo used Herblne for Shllla and Fovor aud And It the best medicine I ovor used. I would not bo without It. It is as goood for children as It la for grown-up people, nnd I recommend It. It is fino for La Grlppo." Sold by D. J. Pry. o CASTOR. A: Xtr lmfuits i GkiUrt. Til KM Ym Hiyi Aiwtys BH Bar tka A Portunato Tc.an. Mr. 13. W. Goodloo, of 107 St. Louis St., Dallas, Tex. seya: "In tho post your I havo bocomo acquainted with Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills, and no lnxutlvo I ovor before tried so effectually dlspossos of malaria and blllouBtioss." Thoy don't grind nor grlpo. 25c at J. C. Perry's drug store. o ' Plilnl WMint la Tla lln.i cltlrvlnr. viiiwii .....v .u ....M wi. M,..3...o so loudly about? Cock Oh, Just a littlo lay of hors. Prlncoton Tlgor, -. o Ancient Home Is now moroly a memory of tho past Ballard's Snow Liniment la tho fam ily liniment of tho twontloth contury. A posltlvo euro for Rhoumatlsm, Burns, Cuts, Sprains, Neuralgia, etc., Mr. C, II. Runyon, Stanbcrry, Mo., writes: "I havo used Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and all pain. I can't say enough In Its prnlso." Sold by D. J. Fry. o . Unkind. "So silo's about to bo married agnln. Do you know who la tho luoky man?" "Yos, tho dead one." Detroit Free Pross. o Colic and Diarrhoea. Pains in tho stomach, colic and diarrhoea aro quickly rollovod by the uso of Chamborlalu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Romody. For salo by Dr. Stouo's drug storo. o "Do you bellovo in signs?" "Of courso. How olso aro tho peo. plo to know your business?" Balti more Amorlcan. (ZMfXttu Tho Bcont of roses pervades the breath of the girl that takes Hollls tor'a Rocky Mountain Tea. Bright eyes, red lip, good health follow Ha use. S5 ceaU,Ta or TableU. For sale at ttoae'a drug store. KWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWtlWWWWWWtmWWMit ! PORTLAND GENERAL (ELECTRIC COMPANY SALEM DIVISION CORNER STATE AND COMMERCIAL STS. From and after Wednes day, May 29, the transfer point for all lines of cars will be at the corner of State and Com cial Street. The former waiting room sdn office of the company be immediately converted to other uses and the public is therefore requested to use the new quarters provided. tMWMMIWNWMMMMMMMMtfMMM