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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL !
THE SCHOOL CRISIS
an independent newspaper ' wa"n counry ana aaiem are direct Denenaaries oi tne duik
' published "everv eirumg except I of state taxation. Namely all of the money contributed as taxes
Sunday by The capital Journal Print-: by the people of Oregon is spent in Marion county in support of
hVnTi B.'stte institution nd state officials. It therefore comes with
nwia office. 8i: Editorial rooms, 82. 'ratner poor grace ior uianon county to take tne lead in opposing
o. pitnam. Editor and publisher, j taxation that means the expenditure of state money in support
Kmered as second cu mail mai of the few state institutions outside Marion county.
ter at Rtiem. Oregon. j 'pon the ballot to be voted in the May primaries are a num-
By cer locenta "nmmh. By i ber of referendum measures designed to afford relief to the edu
mau 50 a month, $1.25 for three j cational institutions, all of which face a financial crisis as the re
months, J2.25 for six months, $4 per!suf 0f jn(.r(.nswl .nsf nf nnprarinn nnd otatinnarw inmmo
year in Marlon and Polk counties. I o J i Tu ,, , "
Dv inrunn c Att ni ii f w I
"What'a the matter'- Mr rv
asked him. "Are you wounded?" he
Inquired. Knowing that the Major
was a soldier, he could think ot noth
ing oui a wouna mat would make
him act as he did.
"I I'm not sure," Major Monkey
- - w iu x v c emeu too
Elsewhere $5 a year. bcnoois ot the nation, as well as of Oregon, face a crisis. This on the whole
order ot i,. S. government, an : w a rmmtrv uw(a chnrfom tsnnhm : i iimiM i . .. ,..!
aiibscrintions are Davable in ad- " iw.icib, uuc iu iiiflunjuaie pay.) S"n success BOiantr
! 1 lipre 19 even n hnrtgro nf nnrma ihnn mmilo J l oeen Tor Peter Mink
TOO MAN Y DISPUTES.
CHAPTER VI. !
the whole, Mr. Crow's party'rible disoute: '"Ton nldn't' I dirt! Ton
"I .did!" -they both bawled at the
same time. And then followed a ter
... subons i;" co.uniTy " nonag oi teacners aue to inadequate pay.j nTo
Vance. I iu ticu a .IIVI lagc Ul UUUIiai OLIIUUI UUUiia, UUB lO llle lUCl i. ....... a nil,
. . ,. .i: l i. i ;j il., ; lommy rox. Crow wanted. He had started
Nw York-W T' Yl PaU' lnal JUng ana!.,A8 "00n M MaJor Monkey "howedlMink and Tommv Fox to qua,
liies Gaa bide.; womn refuse to devote the time necessary to training for in- himself. ter throwing the apple acl'They'li never agree,:' Mr. Cro?
structors when they ean command so much more money in other ' Im??"' t10 aWO bean whtePer,n' ask Major Monkey to
Ward. Tribune Bldg.
H. Stockwell, Peoples
Koseburg. The extremely roid
weather of December in Douglas coun
ty is blamed by broccoli growers tor
their inability to ship only about half
the usual tonnage to eastern markets
Woodburn. An attempt to rob tlie
who was returning
place of business.
Ilend. To clianse the government
syHteiu to the commission form, is the! to one-half mill for manitenance, while the districts of low valua
the Central Labor council of this cty.
u w. .n.ju. - l 1 1 nbuaic Ul
1L. l i , . .....
Oine sunoois a reierenaum measure nas Deen placed on the ballot
regOtl providing for a two mill levy for support of the elementary public
I . . Schools. Which Will relieve the various rlistrinra anA onoKU o
upri;(ii infix . : "uult pj-
ment ot adequate salaries to teachers. The measure is not retro-
ttiuvc etiiu wiiiie il tfiiLaii. s Lax or rwn m q nn rna nuii'ii nt a a ana .
v vuv UUtlWJ. VI uoov-o-
sed valuation, is not burdensome and not inequitable.
ine tax is to be upon all the taxable property of the state.
The onlv general tax nnw IpvipiI fnr tha nnWio ooTr,aay,r ,v, 1,
1 ' ' 1 " i vivuicuituj .unuui
is the tax which the law requires each country to levy for a
county school fund. This tax produces on the average only about
one-fourth of trip nmncv nwnirail Uir thn n,.l.i; r.nUni,. t i
Su!rr n,'" 'Sin'6" "tenths per cent. Nearly seventy per
home from his "-vul ul ll,c ius are raiseu oy local district tax. This means
that all ot the property not organized into school districts does
practically nothing in support of the public schools. All one-teacher
districts that have a high valuation need to levy only one-fourth
to one-half mill for manitenance, while the districts of low valua-l
tion are paying from a five to fifteen mill tnv Tho.
of this tax is to equalize the burden of taxation so that all parts
luc cuuniy wm pay, as neany as possible their just share of
school taxes. .
It is a matter of regret that the only organized opposition to
nv.nuui mensure essential ior preservation of the grade schools
of the state comes from the local taxpayers league, which blankets
measures on me oauot indiscriminately with its dis
approval. , t ,
There are those so lacking in vision, that as a matter of prin
ciple they vote against everv kind of
and necessity, counting only the loss of pennies and failing to ap
preciate the profit resulting. Marion county has more than its
share of this reactionary element. Tf tho
., , ,v , r!" va vicgun tuuiv tile
same view, they would close every state institution, to save the
H. upie cannot anora to place the dollar above the
child any more than thev can rriare tho
-f i i . ... ,. f, -" buuvc me weuare
"iuuuoiia. iaucn a policy is latal to progress.
inure iime ana taiK and energy are spent in opposing taxation
uy some individuals than in nrndurtiva ff.t- t tv,.-
could be diverted to constructive channels, it would realize to
individual and community many times the cost of taxation Where
VT J""w 'y creeds waste, it should be opposed, but
there has been no waste in the sr-hnnia anA v,n
, iuiuic ui Hie state
depends upon school welfare.
very progressive and far-sighted citizen should not only vote
for the school mil aire bill, hut tnl-o nft v,;a ,. 'i:.. ..
and see that our public schools are sufficiently provided for our
teachers adeuuatelv nairt nH tha ff., '.il- . ' ,
i i- 1llut Kcueiauon receive the
pumary education necessary for citizenship. .
"Yes. we did!" they declared.
Albany. W. W. Poland, a promi
nent farmer residing near Shedd an.)
president of the Linn count v farm bu
reau, will prububly be a candidate for
county commissioner of Linn county
at the coming election, according to re
ports here today.
Eugene. Professor Joseph Schnfcr,
member of the faculty of the I'niver
stly of Oregon for the past 20 yeara
unci who hus accepted the position as
head of the department of history at
the University of Wisconsin at Madl
non, left Saturday for his new post.
Ife was accompanied by his family.
Portland. Thomas A. Sweeney has
Joined Representative McArthur nnJ
E. E. Smith in the race tor the repub
lican nomination for representative or
the third congressional district. Mr
Sweeney's Mlogun is "Americanism
Lebanon. The stockholders of the
Lebanon cannery, now a part of the
A. Rupert Canning company, today re
reived a 10 per cent cash dividend and
a stock dividend of 25 per cent, which
makes the earning of the plum for
last year to the stockholers 35 per
Hold Hill. The old Cold Hill Lum
ber & Hallway company's sawmill
plant on Sardine creek, lx miles out
from (iold Hill hns been sold to C. O.
Wolbrij, K C. tloetz and A. C. Stewa't
of Seattle, who will remove the equip
ment to Jump Off Joe creek in Jose
Portland. Creation of an automo
bile theft bureau In an effort to curb
thievery In automobile, abolishment of
the old war emergency squad and en
larging of the district now patrolled
from the Ht. Johns police substatlrn
are among the Important changes In
the policing of the city announced by
an order Isued by Chief of Police Jen
kins. Albany, Members ot the First Pres
byteriun church of Albany favor giving
women the same rlirbts as men In nfv
of the councils of the church, even to
ordinallon to the ministry. A vote of
the members of the church was taken
recently on three questions: First, as
to whether women should be permmcn
to serve as elders; second, as to wheth
er women should be ordained as min
liters and, third, as to whether women
should have, the same rlKhts as men 1
till ot the assemblies of the church.
Eugene. Two new sawmills will b
erected In the upper Willamette- conn
try southeast of Eugene at once, ne
cording to announcement made in this
Eugene. That he has been com
pi lled to pay an allotment to a woman
not his wife is the complaint of n so'
dler friend of Robert Ha.by, a grocer
of this city, who lias been called upon
to make affidavit that this friend, who
has been in the army for two'yea18 or
more, U a single man.
ltoseburg. Work on " the Tillei
Crater lake cutoff road will be resum
ed this season, It Is believed, na th
forestry service has advertised for bids
on the bridge to be constructed a
er. This road is considered a very 1m
portnnt one and la being built by tin
county, state and federal government
each co-operating equally.
FOR PURITY OF PRIMARIES.
t ublished charerps t.hnt
i . . " - - "jnuiicnc ui millionaires and uier
business magnates are rmttino- n i,. , .
Leonard Wood, and charts n thZ "
"Win not sure," Major Monkey
his apple while he looked closely at
Peter Mink and Tommy Fox.
"I never saw either of them until
'WeI came to this party," he declared.
1 "And then I saw both at the same
time, because they were whispering
"There!'-' Mr. Crow shouted to the
whole company. "Tou hear what my
old friend the Major says?"
Tommy Fox mid Peter Mink stop-,
ped quarreling.- '
"You didn't ask the Major the pro-!
per question!" they objected. "W'c
never said he saw ns at nin wJ
But Mr. Crow waved them aside.
"If you aren't too huna-rv" he mut
tered to Major Monk ft I. "T'H ail Vrr,,ot
that you let fly with that red apple"
me iMajor was on v too wiiii,
With deadly aim he flung the apple
at Peter Mink and Tommv ci.
It hit Peter on the nose, and then it
bounced off and struck Tommy on
And then the party came to an end
an awrui uproar. For Peter and
Tommy were very angry. Those that
could fly flew away In a great hur
ry. And those that could run scam
pered quickly out of slight a
soldier, Major Monkey; he climbed a
told people several days ago that we
had seen a gtraneer hamrin hv hi-
tail; and nobody believed us becauselT',0: ".A6 ced a
you saw It wasn't possible. You said ' Jill ? huns by hls ,aiI frm "mb
nobody but a 'possum could do that.i,Zi! ' " BWU"S backwards and for
possum ever came as! an, p.,": n,f faC.e.s V Tommy Fox
,..., :' " 1"bt rage wr.s
and that no 'nossum
far north as Pleasant Vallov"
Old Mr. Crow- was very angry. Al
though he knew' that Tommy and
Peter were speaking the truth, he
ma not care to .hear it. OertninK.
terrible to see
,ri ir .rW m not desert his Mend
the Major. He remained In a tre"
nearby, to watch the tun. And the-vL
there was no use of his denying what hi'" hW 'ng " wouM 1,ave st
they said. But an idea popped Into! JlLT MaJor M.nkW pnlid him.
u hT ' v a limp and laid
a hand across the front of his red
X"' a l00k ot PaI "Pon
of you saw MaJr Monkey
first?" he asked.
husband was coming, or she
have come with him-"
The moment I said the iastr words, I
v-uvei-eo wun confusion, for I had
acknowledged to t0M. .u.. .
could harbor the Idea that possibly my
uuu migni not nave come to m0 in
However, my nurse with Infinite tact
gave no sign that' she realized the sig
nificancs of my. words.
"Mrs. Gaylord," she said, "asked me
to tell you that she would like you to
come to he rsulte, If you were able.
She suggests her suite as you can nau
more privacy, but she will come here
If you prefer." .
"All right, I'll go down Immediately,
What number Is her room?"
Wonderful Flowers There.
"740. I think you will he i-nmfnn
Mrs. Gordon, by the wonderful low
ers that have come to you. Mrs. Gay
Would I Ochnen
h. 7 ' "J"vt "r rnneviiie which
has asked for the cei-tificnti ..,
T"th !he 8tate -atiose-
Directors of the sii.- ti. ,
tion district, Lake county, were here
Saturday In conference with the state
,'""u" securities commission rela
tive to the certification of a 300,000
uu ana state guarantee of In
terest payments on tho !,.,.
- The $200,000 bond Issue voted by t.
""ciuings irrigation district at a
special election on January 13, last, are
cui, vana ann himiino- nKii,i .,
according: to an oninion v..
Attorney General George M. Brown for
me state irrigation seenHiio. i
slon. This Issue is the third t h f
ed by the Warmsprings district, the
first being for the sum nt 7Ri nun
- , i..,uvv, nnu
mo secona in the sum of 600,000.
tha nacA f t 1 I uenaii, empnasize:101"" Kept them all In her ;
me neeu oi a law to curb nresirlpnti'nl
ses as well as those of mVToTTT "
no statute restricting the unlimited 7Z nfLrT T 18 1 "I wonder how Karl knew ot m
liomimtinn "1LU,lt lm Ununited Use Of money to Capture a trouble?" I said to myself, as I step-
Under present conrlit ions svnilinofoD i
,. -. 1 -v imibitbcu occAinu; sueciai unv-
ucpes can raise a hucre iacW -nnt nnrl i.iVf ,inll.. ..i
,i!,if t. ..i " r. ' " ""uauJ uu over any can-
nolit Vn nVn! 7 m0" 18 fP t0 Wntrol the politicians and! Helen's sitting room and saw it lit-
u.l lllMllluli3, alla pacK lne conventjon Wjth Di d d!erally filled with, white violets, I knew
candidates. The candidate without financial resources who , has i D that Karl had in Some way Iearned of
mi i,wi m i : , ,. . ... . vwlu ""S no my. sorrow.
iessly Skated ' thC Meyts" is hope-
Ir0"?- adv.7n?e "lilfins fro candidates without the
Rumania is appealing to Japan to
help in the reconstruction of the coun
try and is hoping to obtain things that
Rumania desperately needs, salri
ped Into the elevator. And then I took (?wn Prine Charles to the Londo .
myself to task for even thinking that ' Da y Ma" correspondent at Cairo,'
any of these flowers Bhould be from ; Marcn 14-
him. However. When I nnenerl fho !
in some statistics taken of singers
and musicians, it was shown that as a
class they are longer lived than mnnt
other people, while there was not a
White violets. All my life I shall a slnsIe case of consumption among the
sociate them with Karl Shepard. He i l)layel'8 f wind Instruments.
h Sent ttlPm fr ma in nntvi man,nn !
expectations of gett n 'it ba af Pr thTTw . , Ut the ot m -i' t I mr ' oJ1 that Ka
There mav he HpX. 5 , Candldate S election, he has sent them as a gift of sympathy Zoull ill J m6anS bad Iuck
ineie may be a detinite agreement, as the tariff iMo ,-Ji have nn,eti,ea n,.ri L throush the coming year.
and out of Nova Scotia Is tn tr ,ii
season. Since that night when he sent waee for women tmhm.
Thei'P mav hn a rlnf;,,,' . C caauiuaie S election. j he has sent them as a gift
tVL m i y defimte agreement, as the tariff barons had in'1 ave sometimes mfrvei
tne old days, or there may be simply a "gentleman's agreement" imana,;ed,t0 Bet them' in
bllt reciprocity IS expected n th n,.,VQ . m,. ?. season. Since that night w
date may be ignorant of the natur Tof the aenS
in the hands of his friends" but the understanding is there or
uie money wouldn't be f.
and mlJ expenditure
. ' -"-. iiB vuniiiuuiors. 6UCn a law pnlio-htono
the candidate's finnnrml , " "l,lu. ine.cacter of
of the motives. CIUtoies a CIear analysis
them to nm s Virtrtnl pift nn mv re
turn home from my honeymoon thati
niirht in which I saw and inhnlert the
flelicious fragrance of white violets for,'
the first time Uiey have been my
special message of his ever tender in
terest in me any my affairs.
, Niot Ready Yet.
As Alice had told me that Karl had
gone to South America, his flowers
doubly-sumrised ma and I hnnen
was not in Atlantic City, because 1 was
sure If John should catch sight of him
he might think that Karl wna Viprn tn
see me might think that his generous
attentions meant more than Just a w-wi
RACK" T7- Vnnuri
... ""wn IV AT WIViU A Ij. .. ,i,n,n mini uiau jun mm
We Wont Pet. nnilf tn nAM.r.l ... . . ' derful frlendshin. I wan not renriv vt
rainy daVS. So lono- . MM J "?Lm We Ve. had Some to show John the ietter that iirt had
ill everv bl-iwe Wll 1,,-f J,- i V , ' m &ree"backS Wave; written me. and which Karl told me I
blowing money galley west. It's epidemic like the flu thlfr, . i thouh 1 tola m5self 1 had no reagon t0
jceoun spendthrift howdydo. Some daa 'mnlc ) Jl Ha e,be) that the messa8e 86111 me that
with four white feet and hvniiW Ln iP I ' ge and Pe, profusion ot white violets, brought
spend and to our nrav .f I 1 Wl11 lalld UVXl US While We more comfort than my husband's pres-
ffaorw iihgeLptL , . .;
the loan s arks thri while o SSZ1' K 's
And we'll cut out I hi nt 'e llv.er the ice
SAlDirectors Of Bit
f""'K "u vain, anu aemnnsrrnta tho- ... c
LOVE and MARRIED LIFE
By the Noted Author
IDAII McGLONE GIBSON
As I felt that- I could not keep up the
futile conversation with my husband
any longer, I made art excuse to go in
to the other room and see about the
packing. The doctor had sent my old'
muse, as he had promised, and she
was with rare good sense and kind
ness, getting my clothes ready for my
I react to people very strongly. Some
I dislike Intensely, while a mere look
at others rests and comforts me. This
Oh yes! Schilling Tea
costs less per cup than com
mon tea at a lower price
But that isn't why you
should drink it water is
Drink it to enjoy the riclJ
ed upon to enter upon any Convention
al condolences. She perfectly under
stood my feelings, and she knew that I
umlerrtood them. She' just went on
packing my trunks, and asking some
prosaic question about my clothes antt
where should she put them. 1 can not
tell what n relief It was to me. She
seemed to take away all my nervous
ness, all my heartache for the moment.
She was like a waft of ether that soft
Hlster Alice Coming.
'f R.1W Mr n.-iel,,r.t tMn w,l
Ought t' be glad o' one thing nobuddy ple who do not talk much, but make, said the nurse, "and she told me to tell
11 accuse his wife o' writln' his stuff. ; one feel that they nro staunch nndjyou that your sister Alice was coming
"I'm alius glad when a millinery wa- steady. Something upon which to lean down on the noon train."
t,.S J "ns' finite mv wife's o pi c! nt Mv nurse- was Ibis kind of person. As "Oh. I apt so gild that Alice will
Projects To Join
Hands Is Reportl tea-navor. Drink it for the
The directors of the various Irriga-1 gentle, invifjoration it o-Jvpc
nn HlofnW. Il.. JJ .u. v.i.. I . 0 . gV.B
you at the end of a tired
day. Drink it for rest.
Drink k for all the bless
ings that good tea can bring.
l niiit-i H reaia uuu coituoi is me. i ms
Little Horace Wade, th' child author' last type Is usually composed of peo
t iwi n-ini n enn thinsr tiohuddv uIa who do not talk much, hot mtkt
tion districts Included In the blir r
chutes project will coordinate thelt
efforts In the development of the pro
Ject according to Percy A. Cupper,
state engineer, who returned Saturday
from Redmond where he ha.d been con
ferring with members of the various
boards of directors of the districts af
fected. It Is now proposed to organiie
a new unit to be known as the Vest
I'nit Irrigation district or to include
this land In the Tumalo district, Cup
per states. .
While away Cupper also visited the
Til Ml a. fm,. . . r.
English Breakfast. All one quality. &
parchmyn-lined moisture-proof packages.
- s - w.j niiic.
A SchtmHr& Co San Francisco
Office " V -
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V M & umi
Relieved by w
Hamlin'a Ti-.- .
i , " izara on i.
,nd effective treatment f "ash
and chest colds, td '"C
ore throat - k., "J M srgi,
Rbbed on the Z ?"
loosen up a hard. ,fte,
one night. v ol
weU a. uttl. trouble Tu'
tooth acho u . ttort-
Soothing, healing WixarJ SJ
ways bring relief m
" , lnea return the bntiu
get your money back.
vwuoupaiea op hair-,
ache? Just try Wizard ift
Dleasnnt lli. .. "er Win.
guaranteed. M ew
:lll llllllllllll' H
"S7 I1V-J5 1
brings prompt relief from skin troubfc
No matter how severe the trouble
nas become through long jtandmi,
nor how tensuwe the skin, ResinS
can be used without fear, for its in-
lema or similar itching, burning sfcm
troubles, when RESINOL OINT
MENT is so easilyxbtained and can
soothe the irritation so quickly? It
usually stops itching at once and
cools the inflamed, burning surface.
gTetlienti are Dure and .nwi, ...j
4 cannot cause further irritation while
healing. At all drvggislt. f
THERE IS NOTHING equal to Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation. When the proper
dose is taken their action is so agreeable and so
natural that you do not realize that it k the effect
of a medicine. These tablets possess tonic proper
ties that aid, in establishing a natural and reeular
action of the bowels,? Chamberlain's Tablets have
cured many cases of chronin constipation.
No matter where
you buy "Red Crown,"
you always get the
same high-quality fuel.
It is made to meet the
requirements of your
"Red Crown" is all-re
finery gasoline with the r
full and continuous chain
of boiling points neces
sary for, ready starting,
quick and smooth acceler
ation, steady, dependable
power and long mileage.
' Look for the "Red Crown"
sign before you fill.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(Calilornk) .' .
7Ae Gasoline of Quality
n. H. CASITBELL. Special Agent. Salem, Oregon
Overraire Steel Construction Company
We hT la stock for Immediate Shipment
I-BEAMS", from S to 14 Inches, up to SO foot lengths.
CHANNELS, from S to 15 Inches, up to 80 foot lengths.
AXGLES, Ii2 Inches to 818 Inches, np to 80 foot lengths.
ANGLES, 2x2 Inches to 7iS Inches, np to 80 foot k-iigtn
V. SI. PLATES. 8 to 24 lnchesl wide. to 5-8 Inches thick. M
as TANK, FLANGE STEEL and MARINE STEEL PLVIt.
Manufacturers of Tanks, Boilers, Stacks, Pipe, Fabricated MaM-
tal for .Buildings and Bridges
East Water Street and Hawthorne Avenue, PORLTAXD ORE
Phone East 8731
LADD & BUSH
General' Banking Business
Of Cce Hours frcm 10 a, m. to 3 p. d.