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DAILY CAP! ?h JOVKXAh. SAM8M. OREOOX, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 194W.
.! iHM"Miii mmtmm udi OR CRANFILL PROHIBITION LEADER REPLIES TO CARDINAL Mttonists Insinuate that Catholic Prelate k Controlled by the Brewery Interests Attack Made On the Catholic Church by the Man- mmij a of the Associated Press-Archbishop Messier Says the Is Too Contemptible and Ridiculous to Be Se- Considered IYhH Growers Satanlay. I Tho Marlon County 'Horticultural society will meet on Saturday ht 1:30 1 p. m. at tho board of trade rooms at which uiuu rioi, i. u. uuruiuy, siaio entoraologl8t, ot the Oregon Agrlcul turnl collego,- Is expected to bo pros. ent. Tho subject of co-operation In marketing will be taken up also, and an Interesting meeting is anticipated Everyone interested In fruitgrowing Is invited. 1 Good for Everybody. Mr. Norman It. Coultor, a proml nent architect, in tho Delbort build ing, San Francisco, says: "I fully endrose &U that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine. It la eood for everybody. It corrects stomach, llvor and kidney disorders In a prompt and efficient manner and builds up tho system." Electric Bitters Is tho hest spring medicine over sold over a druggist's counter; as a bjood purifier it is uncounted ; 50c at J. C. Perry's drug store. .tki SO the press dls- . -wished in this paper con- U. Information that Cardl- , had admitted that local j ti.ttnir far small . mi a swu "o htkeuburbsand rcsldcnco diHndf0r,armlnecOm" , .km thcro was not mm oh jbfHqoors, but he expressed ubont the success ot pro- .nrUiM where thcro was a Ui of demand and expressed CufiTOifngfalgh Ilccnso ana regulation by tho police .ofthtfitatc. Tohlsatato-, f St prohibition hendqirartora sUon and send out a bitter knCardnlal Gibbons which Is t by the Catholic church as i to one of Its lenders and hi tie highest character as n bl the church. Hie fling at nice of Cardinal Gibbons Is tst and uncalled for It U known beyond question prohibition managers aro I aa npenilvo high-priced i for which some ono puts imcuol money Bthand Cardinal Gibbons r tie caption of tho Associa tion Proas, sent out from . 181 La Salle tstroot, Chi- til following Is received at this ir tho heading of "Prohl KaAlljhta" by Dr. J. B. Crnn- Iwrwpondent of -the Asso- Wlolifon Press. l Qibbons of the Roman : eiirca has been hoard ' lie icms to agree perfectly Ifrfliai Adotphus Uuach of tho f-Bwb Brewing aeoolatlon lUni Cardinal nurch gave Uftw ir. Katia City in pk announced h'i conversion aUon. Ho Btlll holds, with PsM:tj however, it seems, to tte ot high HcenHe In tho fH Cardinal Gibbons an. UHme views exactly and KWt of tho brewing Indus Prohibition party ott tho Baltimore prolate aa woll as other clergymen and priests who do not favor prohi bition, has caused a big stir in Wis consin church dirclea. "Several days ago .Cardinal Gib bons gavo out an Interview In Now Orleans In which ho favored low li censes for wlno and beer and high licenses for aplrltous liquors. Ho nlso saia ho did not favor prohibi tion. Thereupon tho Prohibition tho community.. That prohibition Is such a noco3slty is a thing which its advocates havo failed to prove. "I bollovo dn the restriction of tho Olquor traffic and In strict control of tho nbuBoa which aro rospoiiBlblo for drunkenness and misery. I think tho prohibition movement has dono this good, thnt It has awakened men In terested In tho liquor movomont to tho necessity for this control. Thoy liavo como to realize that unloss thoy Now Notaries. A. P. B. George, Lawen: Arthur E. Peterson, Astoria; Jna. Flnlayson, Astoria; E. if. Hartwig, Hood River. party, through Dr. J, B. Crantlll, staff, biting about a miio reform In tho . . .... . -i-.-.i 'ituolnnoa nuhlln anntlmnnt will ho. fiorroanondent of tho Associated Prohibition Press with headquarters a Chicago, sent out n statomont to practically every newspaper In tho country intimating that all pnlcsts and ministers who aro not for pro hibition aro eo as "tho result of monotnry consideration." In view of tho fact that tho pnpnl private chamborlaln, Meno. Franz Collor, has announced that Popo Plus X. dooi not favor prohibition, this attack has caused a tremondoiiB sonsatfion among Catholics. ArchblslMp Makes Reply. "Aroliblshop S. 0. Mossmor in re plying to tho attack said: "It la 4oo contemptible, too ridicu lous to notice Cardinal GlbbonB Is too .big a man to bo injured by such preposterous olmrgos and tho right courso to tako Is to rignoro thorn com nlotoly. It only dignifies those who havo given thorn uttoranco by giving them attention which thoy do not do rorvo. it la tho bigoted attack of fanatics and la really no more tliau was to bo oxpeoted from Uiobo bohlnd this oxtromo movement. I propho Hied when I hoard that Cardinal Glb- bons had spoken against the prohr- bltlon movomont, that somo suoh at- tnnk would bo mndo on him. .It wn Ilhctimattq Pains Relieved. B. F. Crocker, Esq., now 84 years ot ago, and for 20 years Justlco of tho poaco at Martlnaburg, Iowa, saya: "I am terribly afflicted with sciatic rhoumatlsm in my loft arm and right hip. I havo used throo bottlc3 of Chamborlaln's Pain Balm and It did mo lota of good.'" ior sale at Dr. Stono'B drug store. OREGON'S OPPO RTUNITY COLONIST ItATKS from all parts ot tho United Static nd Canada to all parta ot QreieoH ami the Northwest will bo put into effect by THE OREGONRAILROAD & NAVIGATION CO. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY (Lines In Orefte) DAILY DURING MARCH AND ATRIL, 10. From tbta rriclpal Cities ot tlw MM West tho Rates will m FeJletvs. PROM CHICAGO .... ST. LOUIS ... KANSAS" CITY TO SALKM 38 $35 f30 FROM - TO BAXiW COUNCIL BLUFFS ....S90 OMAHA $30 ST. PAUL fao business, nubile sentiment will be como so aroused that prohibition will bo tho result. "I can sinderstnnd how some peo- nlo aro earnest, honest advocates of prohibition and honestly bollove that It would bo a good thing to nrrango It so thnt no one could gt Intoxi cants'. I havo seen a groat doal of mlsory and povorty caused through oxcosslvo rlrVnklng nnd I sympathize deeply with those. who havo sufforod. But, attor all, thoy look at It from their porsonnl viewpoint, only, and sco only a small part of tho great subject. Thoy can not boo it In Its gonorul rolntlon io life. But with tho proper regulation and control of tho liquor trafflc, tho abuso of it, much of tho drunkenness and mlsory would disappear. Difference In Prohibition. "I can bollovo also that bb a tem porary moaauro and In cortnln loca- Mnnn nrnhlbltlon might bo advls- able. Prohibition1 In tho south, wherp thorels u vat prepondornnco of nogrooi, for Instanco, Is a diffor ont proportion from prohibition In the north. In oartnln iiouthtrn lo calltlos proljlbltlpn might be a good thing for n while. bit that Is not say- Yo8, you aro fit to volo for con crcssmna, but not tor the eOntor who bosses tho congrcssmaul n Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Ii Both ARreeablo and Effective. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has no superior for coughs, colds and croup, and tho fact that it is pleas ant to tukOjand contains nothing In any way Injurious hns mndo It a favorlto wUh mothers. Mr. W. S. Pclham, a merchant of Klrksvllle, Iowi'. seys: "For moro than 20 yoar Chnnihc Inln'd Cogh Romedy has bt-on my loading remedy for all throat troubles. It Is especially suc cessful lit osoa of croup. Children llko It and my customors who havo used It will not tnko any other." For salo at Dr. Stono'B drug storo. ' o- When a widow boglnn to look about- hor for Number Two, It Ib Bafo to predict sho Is looking out for No Ono. Corresponding Rates from all other Eastern points. Stopovers at pleasure at all points in Oregon. m. 4liL T.. L, il arMUttlivB ml alt hOfMftbttlUlem. OTWfOH tUUI unlimited wsesrow n& e,iMorw people who ln homes aaa larger ofpHMaitte. Orogoa peopl can accomplish splendid rofwlts b horaldlag this opportunity to all the world. Send Oregon literature giving good reliable information about tho state, far and wide. Call oa tae abovo railroads for it it accessary. FARES CAN BE PREPAID Horo at homo it doatrod. Any ngont is nithorlzod to accopt the required doposlt and telegraph tlckot to any point. Call on local ngont or address, s WM. McMURtlAY, flencral Passenger AkvhU Portland. OrcgOH. wmmmmmmmmmmfmWmmmnmmmmmmmWmmmmmmmK I..- .....I.ll.lllnn Ib tlin nnlv wav tn t!fit all tho moro to bo oxpooted uoonuio U)0 dr0d roaulta nor Is it saying no is a niim oi rcuuRuium ........ , ,iaim i8 tne rlgui way ior an piucua whoso opinion on any Biibjoot oarrloa nn n4, tJme wolght. J "Tho stand whloh I tako against ExnmpU of Fanaticism. tno jnip03lng erf laws by any com- "Any ono who knows tho cardinal munlty which Interfere with poraonal . prrtate of the Roman will resent this abuse. Ho Is tho, liberty Is the stand taken by tho-Ro-L.i...v .. . I . . .., mt n fnr man Catholic church. Tho chliroh rnn nre ia exact agree-, moai iu.uiu....u ui ...v... ... - .,n fmtrdoalre to be harsh or aa there bo'.ng any possibility of hid. hoMa that any attempt to curta 1 in .. . '. . . .... . ... ... i t.i in.nrtv ii to bo ulscoiirageo. anyining i say. think or.nnvmg noon uougui m any j. ,. . - -- - "tt time an. preacher of Is a thmight not to be entertained for i-roniuin-on is ,1 7 i, an i vt. v. i n.iL.n.i. ...-.., rri.n avninn hv Tina Tiro- an luu wuuiu . . tuiu (Li uin m . iiiiiii; il ua&KUk&b a.av v - - t announces hla align-' hlbltion fanatic that Biioh a charge .... '. . . r II 1 Oil.- liquor trafflc, and is not maao agamsi wamui u.u u v . - .wv uuuui iiaUlU. Illlll IB IIUI uwww .M...- ..- !ll Uneuace of Ashdod. I boms Is not In keeping with tho Infer- rHsaieellng that his ut-!enno given out by his other stato- a tie rcirt of monotary , mon'.a, not only by tho ono regarding HtM rinJ .... J. . .... .. l.u !.... 1.f.An 'BAAIl' lllir t)V - miuij juu, i uo iiui(iho jjrfumic.u m uvvm . - -, U tola is true In the case tho later ono in which ho iys that uutMxms. nor do I make In Cardinal Gibbons caso It can nor krx In any case, but I be Icnoranco. though It may be both 'fltewd to fear that In those avarlco and appetite. The compari son between a prelate of the cliurcn and tho head of a browery, with the nnnfarrfno it th BHOrfd title Of cardinal on the brewer. Is also to be resented as in roost disgusting taste land as an example of extreme fanati cism. So far as CardinnlGlbbons or any of the clorgymen bolng bougnt is ooneerned. the 41iought Is rldlouloiu. As for the altitude whloh they have taken on this prohibition movement and whlah haB bjroMght out this tir ade, aurely every man has a right to his opinion and to perfect freedom to express It I havo not rad Card inal Gibbons' Interview but I havo heard It disoussed and I imagine h!a vlewa are rauoh the same rs mine. All my life .1 have protested agalaat n pwewra have been 'seen. B. - - w. ou.iu, ,rnv iuwi- ? Of a quarter a eenturv If id ln a 8pech n my "at the advocacv of the ai always bottawed on w8. avarice or aue- irt. .. " rS Of mn .llrA nit.l.ono C t1i.., .1 t. j. n'JrHlte l6M.l ff cv.rU ll K. .,. .. .i . ' p own avanee ana 'Ut tlMA teilt - ... t - "- iti W9 bb -a n vi iataf,br ud whiskey '.. . . . - KMuuuntui MiSil tn n t& at .. vc wb J wawr ak tk6 M. TJadtrteuaUagiiage: T B8r KonUe. 7t 'l lS&an.iU,., llin Es kea brlba by izrl .,. "a out. a4 "11 ag. ... ... I ftf.i . B meratnre 1 2J?? hr .CPrealbtttoapar. - wflx j tna unwlso movemont which would not hrlng tho rosults claimed for it. For somo tlmo past some temper ance loaders have beon coming moro and moro to tako tho view that tho use of light wines and beer discour ages lntemporanoe, Tho large per centage oj drunkenness, the acute craving for drink, I believe, 4a caused by tho spirituous liquors, by tho sharp drinks with a-large percentage ot alcohol In them. Prohibition Not the Cure. "I would not be understood as favoring the drink habit. I regret deeply It abuaes and tne miser whloh it causes but I do not ner.eve that prohibition la the euro. The provisions fur the control of the baffle drawn u by the liquor men . . m... In MlwAllUr themselves bjui hi v ww j ..-.. .iri.r tn tka modal lleonee ooa- ,...rln rannntlr hold In LOUlBVtHel seem to me to point tae way to a re form which wf 11 be muoh more genu in nd sane. I think the genoral plan formulated by thaw men who aro in iha buslne on which de- Uervaa hearty oommsnaaiww whloh. If adoiHd. will do far more u No Uso to Die. "I havo found out that thcro l no ubo to dlo ot lung tromblo as long as you con got Dr. Klng'a Now Dls covory," sayB Mrs. J. P. Whlto, of Rushboror, Pa. "I would wt be nllvo todnyonly for that wonderful medicine. It looauna up a cough qulokor than anything cue, nnd ouroe lung dlsoaso ovon after tho fiaan la nronouncod hopeless." This most rMIabls romody for coughs and ' colds, Iagrlppo, nsthma, broncbltls and honraoness, is sold undor gnr nntee at J. C. Perry's dmig store : COc and $1.00. Trlnl bottlo froo. Not a now house should go up lu Sulem wlthofiit using the Salem 'mlu eral paint. mwwwwwuiwwuniwimwwxwww1 Arc You Interested In Saving Your Money? Of courso you aro. Thnfa why wo advortlso. Wo carry ono of tho best Btocka of wagons and implements In tho city, and it Is to your intorest ns a monoy-savor to call and boo our lino no mattor whether you buy or not, wo know hnt you know a bargain whoa you boo It, nnd that you will bo suro to toll othors about thorn. Wo carry a comploto lino of wagons, buggies, farm implements, all klndB of farm and mill machlnory, points, oils nnd varnishes. Flrat class blacksmlthlng and horao shooing nlso dono. Wo tako socond-hand vohlclos and machlnory aa part pnymont on nlh now cash ordors. icon vour money at homo by buying what you need at homo, and at tho Bamo tlmo boo what you'ro gottlng. GEORGE B. JACOBS Salem. Or, imMtomtmmwmwwii R. F. D. 8 WitliFwmWmmWKmm& HWaV the use of the word temperance ori. qUw. Bjjtigag than any auoh ox ... .... ...... rxt U am limnBlBt:! . -. ..!. II. Ii Inn nnilli1 of K ac manning rather the abuse total abstinence , Meaning of Temperance. . I object to the watlnmnt whlek assumes that a man who drinks an nralnnn1 t-lnes of wlna Or beer I' aot a temperate man. Temperance, trome raeaeares aa irohlhIUon could possibly do. In Irttwte Court. An appralaement of the oatatea of V. Coadlt and Sylvanus OondU Ol a Vnipt?rMS iu. .wm.!--."-.-, Wwl-fca. mm-.mm.. iL. n.AMv MtAH I nmiPHL I IIUV mmUWmJ VW - "" UltMlUS law tUWaCW . f-. .---- m. f TT -W also any movement to pass laws which in any way interfere with the personal liberty of the individual un less such interference U neceary for the good and tho protection of aay uw v.. - -- -- at $U37 aad the latter at $2913. Th rnorr of the appraisers in the estate of .John Q. MoKlnneyde ceased snows ia pw?w 'worth $.?Sfli: to be Don't Neglect It It is a serious mistake to neglect a weak heart. It is such a short step to chronic heart disease. When you notice irregu larity of action, occasion ing short breath, palpita tion, fluttering, pain in cheat or, difficulty m lying on left side, your heart needs help a strengthen ing tonic. There is no bet ter remedy than Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. Its strength ening influence is felt al most at once. YOl'TJi HNJOY A DIUVIS In one ot our rigs Just as much as if you owned It. Moro,, ln fact, for you wl'l havo all thff plenwiro and only a moro fraction of tho oxponoa of a prlvato stnblo. You aro not limited In your cliolco of a turnout, elthor. Our livery sorvico can sup ply anything you roqulro, from a runabout to a conch and toam. How can wo sorvo you? I'ASIIION BTAWiEfc, C. W. Yannko, Prop. 13M37 N. High Bt. Phono Main 44 eMn' BOSTON BROWN BREAD FLOUR X Self-r lute. It mufcti Gf a lt Bcowa Biearf, Toothsome Qnkk BkKVtt, GLORIOUS BOILED PUDDING Sold by Al Gtwxtn ?Iuxt Cure and oan truthfully nay it lU aon m mora good than anything t hv eer ud. n I hv. tn HAVE AN EARNEST CRE a - n.a nmfnrt of the folks at homo. Ilundlo up tho I family washing and plion No. 26 oarly Monday for ua lc to sond a wagon lor tho olotlia. Wo will aave tju money, worry and discomfort, and aavo the olothes, as wI, Tliey will oome back to you freab, orUp nnd oloan. WE DO IT RK5HT The Salem Steam Laundry THH UirNDHY THAT KNOWS HOW -"v- i i..i ttmmmmmmmwm . if.- -..,lT.Kl f Vnnw nt Vtm doctor, b otUindwJ raw -kd ro what T ws tikityf nd I told hiin rr. Mll rt Cuie. ho !d It wa not solni to to me any food, but It did, 1 iv t Uka any tor a yar now. and wbUa thera Is owaloaany, alla-ltt symptom of tha cid trouble. It la not nouj:b for me to continue Ua use of tha md;rfna. U I tbould nt rore I wotlA k X what to do. Vaka Dr. Mlla Heart Cure a IdW before. I conaide mn)( trafiUCatly cur ad of my hrart t -ut"e. IZfL UAAt. Utlnaa, Tcwjo. Dr. M.W Hesrt Cura I aeM fc your dn:aott. who Will euasanUa that fti. firt Vlta will Mr..!. IMi ftf ht wUl rafurl yur tncnay. yj U'cf Medical Co., Klikart Js4 I jssjsjHMSjBMaWMWaaaaawwawswf' LIME AND SULPHUR SPRAY DEPENDABLE BRAND HmUlmd by ttkm Slolz Comy, Cof. m mi $mm Sis BALRM. OlIUCOX "N Wo suaranleo thia apray to be a atrictly pure Uwe aad sulphur solution, test 2? to 81 Haume. For sale by WKTCMKK TKI, l. A. HITK A ftONB, Tlhl RON CO., H. I). (OIUIKRT CO, AfO AT VAOtOHX. Prloa 3 0 per barrel; 1160 eradlt for barrel, it return!. m i