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WEDNESDAY, JUNE ,28.19m
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON
AT REPUBLIC IS
Berlin, June 28. (By Associ
ated Press.) The assassins who
killed Dr. Walter Rathenau, Ger
many's minister, were striking at
the republican government ot Ger
many and Us people , declared
President Ebert at Dr. Rathenau's
funeral In the relchstag chamber
yesterday. In eulogizing the dead
"The bullet which struck down
Rathenau was aimed at the Ger
man republic," said the president,
"It robbed the nation ot one 01
her most loyal patriots, one ot the
ablest champions ot German re
juvenatlon. This murder Is a
crime against our Industrious, But
tering, hopeful people."
The vicinity ot the relchstag
building was crowded with masses
of workers observing the day's ab
stention from labor decided upon
In protest against the crime. The
prohibited zone near the building
was heavily patrolled.
Up to the early, afternoon no
disturbances had developed.
TO HOLD PICNIC
Members ot the First Presbyter
ian church and Sunday school and
their friends will gather at S
o'clock this afternoon at the fair
grounds for a picnic. According
to Sunday's announcement a gen
uine picnic dinner will be served
at 6:80 o'clock. The only stipu
lation Is that each family bring
enough food and dishes for them
selves. Ice cream and lemonade
will be served by the Sunday
school. Games and a general good
time have been planned for by the
committee in charge. The men
will go to the fair grounds as soon
after work as possible.
It wag also announced Sunday
that Judge John M. McCourt of
the supreme court will give a pa
triotic address on Sunday even
ing July 2, on "Law Enforce
ment." A week from Sunday, July
9, will be communion Sunday at
w'hlch time new members will be
received Into the church.
The church's standing commit
tee who are receiving gifts for the
new church In the form of cash,
property or bequests, are A. 0.
Condit, Mrs. George Pearce ana
H. V, Compton. '
NEW ROAD TO OPEN
Missoula, Mont., June 28.
With the construction ot the
Lookout Pass road this season, the
Yelowstone Trail highway through
the St Regis pass will be thrown
open to traffic six weeks earlier
each spring, according to Engi
neer Frank Andrews of the bu
reau ot public roads. The con
tract for the work will be award
ed this month so that work may
start as soon as possible.
Each year the snow banks on
the divide ot the St. Regis Pass
are a barrier to travellers during
the spring months. The new road
will be built with a southern ex
posure, assuring a much earlier
opening, according to Andrews.
The state of Idaho has already
built a road up to the state line,
but it cannot be used because the
Montana section ot 2.52 miles is
not yet constructed. The new
stretch of highway follows the
Northern Pacific railway closely
from the state line to Sildex,
where it connects with the pres
Contractors working on the east
side of the Skalaho road out of
Phllipsburg, will have several
hundred men working on that Job
by the last of this month, though
it is only a short time since the
snow left the upper Rock creek
BRINGING UP FATHER y George McManus
IRISH FORCES ACT TO CURB
(Continued from Page One.)
CHARMING OLD DANCES .
REVIVED ONJHE SCREEN
Among the most charming
scenes to be seen In "Smllin'
Through," the splendid First Na
tional attraction which is playing
to capacity audiences at the Ore
gon theater are those In which
Norma Talmadge, the star, and
members of her company revive
some ot the beautiful old time
English dances on the screen.
Norma, exquisitely costumed,
dances an 1860 polka, an English
waltz and the old lanciers with an
appealing grace. The scenes ot
this moving and colorful photo
play, adapted from Allen Langdon
Martin's famous stage production
are laid in Ireland and England
and Norma gives a wonderful per
formance of the dual role ot Mon-
yeen and Kathleen.
Th wholn nroductlon Is a mas
terwork, made under the direction
ot Sidney Franklin, and is more
fascinating and stirring than Ub
highly successful predecessor on
occupied by irregulars, ajso was
attacked by the Irish government
troops. The number of casualties
on either side was not known def 1
nltely but fourteen had been re
ported up to mid-torenoon.
Artillery Is Used-
Artillery was employed by the
provisional troops, at least one
18-pounder having been in action
and considerable damage was re
ported to have been done the In
surgents' stronghold. This had
been strongly fortified by the Ir
regulars, who replied vigorously
to the fire of the attacking par
Machine guns were being freely
used by both sides.
The entire city wbb awakened
by the din, even to the remote
The attack on the Insurgents
was preceded by ne sending ot
two ultimatums to Commandant
Rory O'Connor. .One of these de
manded the release of Lieutenant
General O'Connell, assistant chlel
of staff of the regular forces, who
was seized yesterday by the insur
gents. The other set a. time limit
after which an attack would be
Fire broke out in Fowler hall,
under attack by the provisional
government troops, Bhortly after
At that hour it apeared that the
irregulars holding the Four Courts
had taken refuge In the cellar in
the rear of that structure.
Ninety-two women, occupants
of a segregated district, maintain
ed as a part of the Owl concern,
escaped with their belongings, a
few receiving minor Injuries from
Liquor in the Owl cellar, valued
at $200,000, wa saved when the
sub-structure was flooded with
The proprietors of the Owl,
Marvin Allen, Frank B. Beyer and
Carley Withlngton, said they be
lieved the fire was of incendiary
As was the case last Sunday,
when fire of undetermined origin
caused damage estlmateU at $400,-
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00 0, the lines of the electric com
pany supplying Mexlcall with
light and power, were out of com-
misison and the town was In dark
ness aside from the light from the
British Supply Arms.
London, June 28. (By Asso
ciated Press.) It Is believed here
that the Irish regular forces under
Michael Collins are sufficiently
strong and well equipped to deal
with the situation which has aris
en in Dublin. A majority of their
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In Europe, years ago, a woman
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those days the men were too
busy bothering about dogmas of
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study of herbs was thought be
neath their notice.
It was the women, however,
who mostly conducted the hos
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thus they learned much of great
value. They let the men fight out
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Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable
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2 Loaves 15c
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arms, Including machine guns
and artillery, have been supplied
by the British government under
the terms of the Anglo-Irish trea
ty. They are manning their own
There are several thousand
British troops still In Dublin and
it is intimated that, should Collins
request aid from this source,
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the Ulster government desired
military assistance in putting
down the rebellion in the north.
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Demonstration now at
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to begin Thursday evening, season tickets are now on sale for $2.50 each
at the following places :
Hartman Bros. Jewelry; Patton Bros.
Book Store; The Spa; The Gray-Belle;
the Commercial Book Store and Will's
Music Store. -
The admission price for each of the 13 programs is as follows :
Evening at 8 o'clock, Paul Fleming and his Magicians,... 7oc
Afternoon, 2:30 o'clock. Artist prelude by Stearns-Hellekson trio, and
health lecture by Miss Edna Eugenia Lowe : 50c
Evening, recital by Miss Frances Ingram, Metropolitan contralto........ $1.00
Afternoon, Musical entertainment by Patton Bros. 40c
Evening, Patton Bros, in prelude, and lecture by Capt. Norman Allen Imrie
on "England, America and Ireland."
Afternoon, concert by the Oceanic Quintet 50c
Evening, Lecture by Opie Read on "Human Nature and Politics" 75c
Afternoon, Musical entertainment by the Watteau Girls 40c
Evening, Comedy, "Cappy Ricks" by the Percival Vivian company of
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Afternoon, Musical entertainment by Piatt and Stone ; Lecture by
J. C. Herbsman ; 50c
Evening, Prelude by Electra Piatt and Vernon. Lecture by Dr. Elmer Lynn
Wiflflams of Chicago .. .t 75c
Afternoon, Vocal Concert by the Gilwvan Opera company, The "Pageant
of Peace", pageant given by Salem children- 50c
Evening, Grand closing concert, including selections from Ruddygore in
costume, by the Gilvan Opera company 75c
No war tax on season tickets or single admissions. Reserved seats for
season, $1.00, now on sale at Hartman Bros. Jewelry Store.
The best Chautauqua program ever offered Salem Thursday evening at
the tent on Willamette University Athletic field.
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f - f
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