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THE OREGON STATESMAN, 'SALEM, OREGON"
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Professor Einstein is reportel
as saying that he was amazed that
the people of the United States
should become so wildly enthusi
astic about his theory of relatlv- and while a field marshal has the
ity, which they knew nothing J same political rank as a provin-
about and could not possibly un-lcial governor, yet he does not re-
derstand. Some European cynics i c-elve the high salary, the public
have taken occasion to sneer Rt ! regard nor the external marks
t Business Office, 23.
Circulation Department, SSI
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Society Sdltor. 10
Entered at the Postofflce In Salem, Oregon, as second class matter.
CIRCUMLOCUTION AND PROCRASTINATION
This telephone hearing drag3 on and on and on, piling
Pel ion on Osaa of testimony that is inconsequential and has
no bearing on the question whether the charges are too
high . (
And there is circumlocution and procrastination till the
whole thine becomes a dreary bore
When the members of the Public Service Commission,
with a few well informed men, ought to be able to sit at a ta
ble and come to the proper conclusions after a session of a
fpw hours. , 'i ' !'. I:-,'- ' '
The House Wavs and Means Committee worked for
months, and gathered together great piles of printed and
written matter, and had hearings galore, and finally put a
new tariff bill into a great book with a big indx to the book
and the House of Representatives finally passed the bill, and
a - . n 1 1? a . A J
now the Senate is going tnrougn tne same Kina oi procrasu
Tiatinc nroceedinfirs and the same sort of circumlocution
When some of the men who administer the. tariff law
could have gotten together and, in a few weeks, prepared a
better law; and one with fewer flaws to be discovered in its
administration. , - r ' " T r:
The United States should have a revised Dickens to bring
before the people of this country the curses of the circumlo
cution offices m the nation and in the state.
There is too much red tape, y
There is too much beating the devil around the bush.
There is too much false motion.. : V W ': ;
There is too much expense in endless arid tireless inves-
tieations: too much talk and too little action. "". 1
Very little of the testimony in the telephone Tate case
fives' any information' that is Valuable in helping the mem
bers ot the Commission ta arrive at proper conclusions-r-rend
if that is not what it is intended to do. what is it fori
' There should never have .been any necessity for a re-
hp.irlnir- The decision' shouTdiliave been right in the first
1 place, and 'capable of being1 defended by the' facts and the
figures. :r, -; ' V .T-.
Congress is getting" numberless suggestions on, how to
reduce taxes, but mighty fewson where to find new sources
of wealth nd income to tax; 6 i , i.
j"The bootlegger" declajes the chief federal Prohibition
Commissioner, "is, in the last analysis, a law breaker." He
might add, in the first analysis, and in every other analysis.
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'The Salem paper-mill will develop 1000, or more horse
power with the North Mill creek project.' That will make for
1 ereat economy. But that will not be enough. The time is
t . " . e. . e . a -e
coming when the cheaply developed water powers ot tne &an-
A ' ; ...tit .. nrln nifnlloVil. iv Qqlam '
Liam region wm ue mauu a ouauic m wxtKu ;,
ing no decorations exeeut for the
length of serriee; in ererr way
less regarded than military men
of low rank."
Then be turns to his native
land and is pleaded to find that
"China, on tne contrary, has al
ways regarded military leaders as
inferiors and has honored theia
ar less than she has her schol
ars, her poets and her civil func
tionaries. A popular proverb says:
xn t use good iron to make a
sword; don't waste a good man
to make a soldier.' "
He delights to record that for
twelvo centuries the great Chin
ese academy has never admitted
a general nor a Buddhist priest;
as many insects as Connecti
cut- j People come to this coast
from jail parts cf the world and
jring their favorita insects rith
them. Why don't we emulate th
example of the Nutmeg state and
take a census of our bugs? With
a progressive entomologist t
SI 0.009 a year and a, thou sand
hardy bugologists at $10 a day
per each, we would be able to
take a census of our bugs in time
for the next election. If Con
necticut is able to gloat over the
work of her state entomologist in
rounding up C781 brands of bugs,
think of what our beloved Oregon
-ould enjoy if the full measure
if her insectivorous
vup n vrcm AY MORNINGS AUGUST 171921'
fcopefuL There has been an im
portant improvement in the credit
situation during the pasttaonth,
and this with what had priU
it makes a notable change forXthe
better within a short period. The
administration's plans To. Mfetp
business, especially the carriers
and it3 progress with disaruijHiieiit
plans, are long-range factors that
DromLe much tor iiae uriure.
Spokane Man Gives
Life, Girl Rescued
us for this "ignorant enthusiasm"
and to see in it our -noted pench
ant for bluff, for superficial pro
fundity and many other unadrai
rable attributes. .
But this attitude is uncharitable
and unfair. It is just this vast
capacity for enthusiasm, this
readiness to give everybody a
hearing, this refusal to be bored
by something outside our compre
hension, this stimulating interest
in possible attainment, this cor
dial inspiration to the great striv-
ers which makes of us such vital
and encouraging friends. If we
'list sat back on our ignorance
and pooh-poohed everything we
don't understand, if we ignored
Treat new theories and left h
iiscovers to go unrecorded and
unsung, if we assumed that borad
attitude towards anything that we
:ould not immediately grasp and
exploit, there would be no buoy
ant progress and' fewer scientists
and investigators would feel en
couraged.to undertake their lonp
and weary researches.
Enthusiasm, even '.'ignorant en
thusiasm," is a precious asset: it
may not be the fuel, but it is cer
tainly the . lubricant that helpe
to make the engine run at its
best. Enthusiasm, interest, curiosity-
these are the attributes of
youth and vitality and when
Prof. Einstein and his confreres
make great discoveries they can
count upon not being ignored, not
being belittled and shelved. Just
because their theories are a bit
over our heads. We should not
or respect given the latter!
Strangely enough, be does not
see that it the destinies pi tne
mpire have in the last issue to be
intrusted to the field marshal, the
soldier ought to have the com
plete confidence and respect oi
high and low. Moreover, as ob
servant critics of Chinese life have
remarked, the saintly type, th
religious mac who believes that
the final issues of life are with
the Almighty and that He re
veals Himself through prayer, has
been present in China, among de
vout Buddhists as well as ChrU-
:ians. When Field Marshal Foch
was not fighting be was praying.
Instead, then, of recommending
that worn out abstraction, educa
tion, as the first and best means
of reviving an unhealthy condition
Of national life. President Hsu
should rather inquire how his
country can develop the religious
warrior type, the man who id
ready and able to defend his na
tive land and remain at the same
time a servant of God and a
friend of humanity. The type that
deserves little respect and confid
ence today is the German uni
versity highbrow, who scoffs at
any expression of regret for Ger
man misdeeds and remains as
conceited as before the war. An
other is the Chinese "scholar
poet, or civil functionary," to
quote the president's list who is
v confirmed word-monger and
grafter and has been selling
China's heritage to the militarists
of Japan for a me3s of pottage.
Joan of Arc is also Mcomin
back. The beautiful, equestrian
statue of the Maid of Orleans that
;tbod before the majestic cathed
ral of Rheims is to be returned
to its pedestal. She was taken
down ,to be spared the sacrilege
jf German bombardment and the
iiour has now come for her return.
The restoration of Rheims should
be as complete as possible.
SEASIDE, Ore.. Aug. 15.
Vernon C. Fawcett, a grain mer
chant of Spokaue. Wash., was
drowned in the surf here today
,lr.1pth as the result of his efforts to
sireagin , ...,.,,
had been swept into deep water.
The girl was saved by her own
efforts and with the aid of other
lathers, but Fawcett was swept
away by the undertow. vHis body
had not been recovered ronight.
Meeting is Scheduled
For Amity With Taber-
nacle in City Park '
a t itv Ore.. Aug. 16.- (Spe
cial to The Statesman ) The Ore
gon conference of the Free Metho
dist church will hold its camp
meeting and conference in the
city park here beginning Thurs
day evening, August 18 and con
tinuing until August 28.
People from all over the state
will be in attendance. Services
wilt be held in the forenoon, aft-
ernoon ana evening) .'
arid special meetings for children,
young people and missionary
meetings win oe new. aibwuB iu
noted speakers will be Rev. AV.T.
Klatibach and Kst - u
of Portland, and Evangelist B. W.
Huckabee of Texas.! who has been
engaged as the special help la
ministerial work. : He comes from
Washington. D. C. where he Just
closed a very successful (meeting.
Missionary workj ia charge ot
Rev. M. CCUrk. 4 returned mis
sionary froniTndia; women's for
eign missions, Mrs. M. CU Coffee;
young people's work, Mrs. Klati
bach and Mrs. Hlgabee; children's
work, E. L. Silva; ring memeting,
Rer. H. E. Kreider- and Donald
MacPhee of Portland will conduct
the singing. A biii tabernacle has
been erected in the park whero
the meeting will be held.' . v
Guatemala will jdo away with
Its rubber colnagev The currency
was entirely too elastic i
i BITS FOR BREAKFAST
1 tmi 'umt
bejchlded for our enthusiasm; but I China cannot even defend the
rather should we be blessed for it. I home of her immortal Confucius
The tasks of the scientists would I from the; intruder! 'Surely 'It is
be larder, longer and more thank-1 ostrich-like infatuation to declare.
less without that blessed enthusi-j as President Hsu does, that '"the
asm which helps to hasten their Orient today is tar better off than
attainments and later to apply J the rest of he world," and' that
thepu '.,-(,..' I it Is high time "to apply the train
ing and habits ot Asia to alleviate
Pleasant harves weather.
There is an end to all things
And there will be an end to the
hearings in the telephone rate
But the Irish question, is evi
dently an exception.
Some readers will be surprised
tomorrow, over tie showing inaue
for the importance of the seed
industry in the Salem district. In
the Salem slogan pages:
S ,"b -
They are talking of privations
on account of unemployment in
Portland next winter. There
should be no unemployment in
Oregon. Organized efforts to see
to it that there is none would
make plans for charity work on
a large scale unnecessary. There
is plenty of work' for everyone in
Oregon; if only every one will
make up his mind to this fact.
Following is an encouragrn
excerpt from the current weekly
letter of Henry Clews, the Wall
Street authority: "Trade news has
a better color and the prospects
for autumn business in many lines
nave continued to be increasing v
when vou see it and will save
ii iuu aic a ii j - o ..
money by buying at this sale; but if you are a cake-eater and like to show
off by paying fancy prices, we want to frankly tell you that this sale is no
place for you.
$7.50 Ladies Sweaters -$1.98
$3.00 to $G.OO Corduroy Pants-.52.68
4 lb. U. S. Army Blanket $3.19
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75c Leather Hop Pickers' Glove3.,..35c
All Leather Gloves at V price or less, ri
For those who
think it too
not to short
days, this store
is open even-"ings.
373-377 Court St.
Remember the Place
Just a Whisper off Commercial St. f
of The Kelly Salei System
' Selling Out
Fojr the conve
nience of the
this store - Is
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Head off the Non Partisan
League as you would a plague of
locusts or the most virulent kind
of smallpox. i IV -S!
Tresident Harding is making a
practice of taking week-ends off.
He is Justified in doing anything
that'jwlll get him out of Wash
ington Ithese dog days. ; -
Why! do so few parents nowa
days sing either to or with their
children? Have the phonograph,
the automobile and the movie or
jazz, with Its exotic cadences;
driven ithe sweet old airs and thje
habit, , of family: singing from the
American hornet More Important
than the songs and , the singing
Is the habit instilled in early life
of finding pleasure in simply fam
ily association within the. walls of
home Itself. v "
THE CIIlXESn PRESIDENT OX
v THE WORLD SITUATION
the evils of Europe." Without.
national Independence and the
aevoted soldier to establish the
sanctity of our hearths and our
homes, industry - becomes the
mere Industry of slaves, 'and this
New ' York plans the establish
ment of a House of Poets. Ore
gon should do something of the
kind. The waste paper basket of
almost any editor could locate the
sweet singers with which the Bea
ver State abounds. - ' : -i ,"
Seed growing in the Salem dis
trict is a most Important indus
try, and ought to be many times
greater than it is, as will be sr.own
in the slogan pages tomorrow. It
THE BANK'S BUSINESS
TT is the special province of the bank
-4o teach thriftto make savings as
much a habit with people as cleaning
one's teeth, or rising in the morning.
So many tragedies are caused by waste
ful, inefficient spending of money, that
the officers of the United States Na
tional deem it a! civic duty to preach
thrift in season and out.
It might be expected, at the
present Juncture, when China is
by no means prospering under
her new form of government and J fs tbe danger with China today.
seems to be on the brink ot a dis
astrous civil war between the
north and the south, that a lead
ing Chinese statesman and writer
would preach another gospel than
the old Confucian doctrine of
worldly prudence, It is time for
a Jeremiah to speak. out and tell
fad truths to his fellow country
men. If the late great war has
taught the world anything it was
this: that the destinies of coun
tries in the last Issue are in the
hands of the devout and patriot!
soldier, men of the type of Ferdi
nand Foch, Douglas- Haig and
John Pershing; and to lower their
standing in the old Chinese pa
cifist manner,' as mere types of
butchers is to weaken the main
spring of national life. As the
poet, historian .and novelist, John
Uuchan, rightly declares, writing
in his vernacular: "The warld's
fecht;" certainly it is a mys
tery, not to be solved in terms
of thrift, economy and submis
It's queer that the Almichty's
Sud set oot man to fecht w man
For the same luve their "native
And wife and weans.
It's queer, but threep the best ye
The truith remains.
And yet the president of China,
Hsu Shih-Chang. in a recent toI-
ume, keeps up the old and out
worn attitude t self-complacency
that has been such a bane to the
Chinese empire of the past; and
harps on the evils of militarism.
which are only too patent to the
world ot today. He continues to
look upon western civilization
with disdain: where "the highest
officials ot the government, its
men of letters. Its inventors, its
engineers go about modestly ia
the same garb as their fellow-men.
receiving no special honor, wear-
o lira it
OTHER BIG PRIZES,
Totaling $510.00 Cash
The other day an automobile
was driven through the streets of
Dayton, Ohio, by unseen hands.
It was an empty car and yet it
threaded the traffic and respond
ed to the police regulations at the
corners with fidelity. One might
fancy that the ghost of a Fulton
was at the wheel. The machine.
In fact, was under radio control
from a car 100 feet or more in
the. rear. The' phantom itself
was not equipped with wireless,
so that the dominion of the pilot
seems the more remarkable. Pos
sibly the day may come when our
street traffic can be operated and
controlled by wireless and the
men and women in the driver's
seat will be as puppets. At that,
it would be an improvement on
what we have. What is wanted
is a car that can be wound up like
a watch and then run by thought
transfetrrence. We may get it
FIJI URE DATES
Artt It ta St. ITuitM Enrr!ict
emp BiMHinf t Qainaby Prk.
Aaenst 17, WednMdiy Op ftrnia
wfinc at Cl"itrril cln.
.Aaenrt 1 R, -. Thursday Wbwonghl pie
feta mfc fAirmkandii-
Angnst, St, Wntn(ii J!nt pieaie
t 8l.m and MeMiaaTilla Botariaaa at
September v 2S f Ortolw 1 Orefon
Htate Fair. "
Srntmnher SS. Wednesday Stat X1
dim' aid rommicaion t epn bids on
SS.OOO.OOO bonds. -
Novmnbr 2 1. 22 and 3 Harioa cosa
'Tlie Clues rm
Nt real chip
Low in tears
l i ntn iw0ltar
Had low rice
HAD 0 I0ERR0W
HAR I AAHRWI 0
HADWOU IRC A
A kings help
KKNG I ISGENS
Ruling of the court that th
Canada temperance act does not
prevent the exportation ot liquor
to the United States has made the
work of smugglers still easier.
They only have the United States
authorities to dodge and the bor
der ia a long and tangled one.
Likewise there are, some popular
brands of whiskey made in Can-
ana and the distillers are all said
to be working overtime , to keep
up with their American orders.
AID that great Moi Prodaonv Cesar B.
O DeMiller, to his hated ril. Men Jpre
dacer tid Warkfield Griffin, "f Iiti
i i nfmgvA four ot the treateat aCovins;
ictare Stars in America tir my next bi(
ai.inf Pietura Play' Of roursa this mads
Oriffin anfry because ha likrs -to be tbe
Creates! of all the areot Kovie Prodaeera and
e tried his heat to persuade Distiller ts tell
Sii tha aaaes of the treat Movie Strs Jnl
t tantalise him, Caar B. PsHilWr- fae
Jsvtd TVarkfield Otiifia fcer secret eodea
C'yreaeatisf the names of tha four Uovte
biri "a had enlaced cad told him that if he
vd brains enoach to fc.jsee.er the aamea from
taeae secret ecdes ho desenred ta Vaosr them.
It vaa -o mnvh of a puxsle for Griffin, so it
ia said he called ia Scotland Yard and offered
them a thoaaand dollar if lacy tTonld dis
cover the ramea for h'm from the four aerret
codaa that Deililler had rv him. Thia
raa aa eaaf iom tor the treat 8eotlaad Yard
detective ' oree, aad ta laaa thaa aa Wvr
thee , had the four aaoea. They cava . tha
names to Griffin aad also (ts him their aja
taw for working eat their does.
- TTgftTt IS TEZ VAT THEY VXD IT.
"It's easy," said Chief f Detective
O'Flyna. "I have worked en I (aur aoaaa
which yon see beneath each oaa of tha tear
" "Add ap theae fear nai aad year totals
gWo yon the fear does to the four aaanea.
"You go about it this way. Each secret
eeds has tea letters to it. kah letter rep re
sents a Bomber. The first letter of the code
rep res eats 1, tha second letter represents S,
the third letter represents S. aad so on. . The
tenth letter ia each code repreaeaU the cipher
instesd of 10. -
"Each sun, aa you tea, Instead of Bombers
ia mads aa of letters, hot it eoataiaa only the
letters that are contained ia the coda abero
"Now change tha letters ef each na late
their equivalent nambera, accord tag to tha
code above, potting thenm down line by line
from left to right exactly as the letters : for
inataaca, the first letter ot the first ansa ia K.
ii as yoa will see ia tha first latter m it.
eeo avsvi taas aaaa, aad taereiore rop-
This Great Contest Is AbsoIutelyPREE of
Expense. Send In Your Answers To-day!
repeats anmber 1. H, taa seooad letter ra
tte first lino ef tha first asm la ha eighth
letter in the code above it, thereere U res
reaeata a amber . 8. ; .J . "
v"Aftsr yon hava ehaatxi very ttar at
tha asm into s a am bar, add tha awn Inns
esaetly ae yon woald any other asm' at tig
area, and the total that yoa ret gives yaa
ywarelaag to tha Barnes af Ue ale via Star.
"Then work eat year does thia way: '.'
. "Beginning at the left-head side: of the
total of year sum chaago each firs re af the
total hack ta its letter as repreaoatod ta tha
secret cods above the earn; fey iaetaaee. I
aa Ull yoa that tha first a amber of tha total
of the first sum is 7. The letter O u the
seventh letter ia the code above the first
snm, therefore the first letter reareeaatod ev
roor total io letter C haw change every anna
her of yoar total ta tha same way ad a
will have tha anna af Ue Uovke Star reZro
aeated by that earn." " - j ."
Thia ta not aa easy prehlee, Vat tMUieneo
aad persovoraaca may find yen the aasoa ad
the groat Movie Stars. Far tha boat aaswera
sah-uted wa wUl ar tha latlaasi rtJai
COUNTING THE BUGS.
i After several years of intelli
gent and industrious application
the state entomologist cf Con
necticut is able to announce that
there are 6781 different kinds of
insects in that little state not In
cluding a couple ot speed bugs at
Yale. Connecticut is a small
state and is probably as poorly
equipped with bugs as any in the
union. . Yet it has nearly '700ft
variant species to say nothing of
some of the financial big-bugs ot
llartfard and the humbugs of
Bridgeport. Probably in a rich
and massive state like California
or Oregon we would have- three
Thia crest content in balne 4 t
The Statesmen Pnblishiag Co.. Sales. Oro-
, oaa of tha bargeat aad best knows pob
ahing honaea ta Qrecoa. Thia ia year
guarantee that tha ' prises wfll be awarded
with absolute fairness aad tqosreness to yea
aad every other eoatestant. 'raakly, h is
intended to iatrodaco The Pacific Haaaaetesd.
reoi's ereatea Farm atagaame. aad The
Wortaweat Pooltry Journal, the leading poal
try magasine of the Pacific Kertbweat. Tea
suay enter aad win the boat ( prises whether
Joa ore a snbscriber ta either ot these pub
eationa or not and moreover yoa will
neither be asksd aor expected to take theae
nkegasiaea or spend a single penny af your
Hero ia Ue idea The Pacific Homestead
hi Ue oldent sad best farm magasine poa
liahed in Ue Pacific KorUweat, ntaaod weok
.h a very largo anaber af readers.
The Northwest Poultry Journal In also very
widely read and haa Uo largeat eirsnshaoiaa of
Bay marasine in ha class published ia Ue
Pacific North west. Batt,oer motto is one of
aar magasiaes ia every home. Wa waa more
readers to become aces sis ted with. Uose
wen pioiKnosi. mere! ore, warn wo
aesaowiecra year entry to the contest aad
yea knew year standing for Ue prises, we
Sksil aead yoa uncut cost a copy of oar
very latest iaaaea. Then in ardor to enalifr
yoor entry to bo seat oa for Uo Judging aad
graao prises, yoa wiU be
- aaaa si u eti
carry iag ea Uia hie ia-
troductioa plan y show tag ywer awples
lust fear frteads or neihbirs, who wiU ap
preciate theae really werU while aaarasiaaa
aad want these to earnc to Ueaa rogalarly
twe readers to Tha Pacific Ht-assisad aad
two readers ta Tha Korthwect Poultry Jaar
aaL or any othor aamhiaatianyaoi lOt, to
make oar. Yoa wDl easily folGTl thia aietnU
condition in a few mlnosoa of year eparo tuT
and we will even eoad oopsas ta eskoat en1 au
Irieads if yoa wish.
how to naro Yorm toLTmoxaC "'
Use only one side af tha paper that caa
Uias names of Uo Movie Stars, sod pat ylTT
aamo aad address (statiag Mr, Idrs. er itilT)
ia the upper right-haad comer. II jimWlk
to wrho anything bwt year wTZfw
aeparato sheet of paper,. woo a?
Throe iadepeadeat indgea. haviag no eaa
tae Priaee, aad the aaswera gaiaiac 2iO
peiata wiil take the Tint Pris 1 ai
get SS points for every UVW
roetly. 40 poiau will U apardedioTgWat
aMtaasa. style, spellmg. puaetuatioa, oterta
haadwritia aad 100 poiatT for
fulfil hng the eoaditioaa-of tha eoatoat Cea-
ed. Addraaa tmi . i ; ...
Thw HrOOt Unvia Ilueiamf Ctniiimiln..t.r.L! . .
s?"- ' twstt. uijoici j, outtciiiisiji ruuiisung uo caicm or.
v 23.00 bath
ltth, fs.ee cash
ltU, $5.0f Cask
SOU, $S.0 Cash
Slat, ts.04 Cask
S2ad. $5.0$ Cask
tSrd, S O Cash
1U. SS.Of Cask
SStk, $5.0$ Cask
SOU. SS.M Cask
S7U, $5.00 Cask
tStb, S3 Cask
ty Taachars' IasUUU.