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DAILY CAPITA JOURNAL, -""" """ TIICTSDAY. JANXAUV 10, 1008.
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Where the fineft biscuit,
cake, hot-breads, crafts
or puddings are required
oyal is indispensable.
Not only for rich or fine food
or for special times or service.
Royal is equally valuable in the
preparation of plain, substantial,
eveiy-day foods, for all occa
sions. It makes the food more
tafty, nutritious and wholesome. (
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afti f oino iliicu Mutt it was decided
in mii II In n utMfttcr of Pari rant In
HI IT OF TAII i,hH ,,o,M, lhMt ,h furI wm,,l (,,Mp
UU I Ul lAllL HMr, Thin wm done.
For moro than r muMlh "Paddy"
endured the lHMNrNlvM of lb
A dlttiutcU from Albany says:
liowuise "Paddy," Hi valuable
lloeton bull terrier belonging to Mrs.
Stephanie Jlalley Hekuecker, daugh
ter tf 8. H. Ilnlley, mlllMMlre horse
ii mn. of Washington SUtte. Iwil a
ouily (nil not pleasing lo IU own
or'a rye, nn attempt to straighten
tli "kink" In the ranlHo's ouiiiltd ap
in1nko Uhh resulted In the Iom of
th lull entirely. A short time ago
Mm Italley oiMultud IuohI veteri
narian id nM'iriHln If It were poaal-
Tlio Crisis in Pernio.
It Is not very easy to make out
from tho telegram published today
from Teheran tho preclso nature or
tho crlalB which has arisen between
Mm Shnti Ma nnrllnmont. and the
popular sooletlos or AtiJumanH, but
it sems clear that the situation Is ex
ceedingly Borlous. A quarrel has
broken out between the Shah aa-l
the parliament owing to the arbltrarv
and unoxplnlned arrost of the premier
nnd two othor members of the cabi
net, and tho people, aroused by the
powerful Aujiinians, are demonstrat
ing In great numbors against both,
on account of the murder of two
Teheran shopkeepers by soldiers of
tho Shah's bodyguard, who havo ap
parently been ullowod to go unpun
ished. If tho origin of tho trouble i
obscure, tho telegrams aro explicit
enough In regard to tho surface facia
of tho oxlstlng situation. Unruly
mobs aro parading Teheran with
firearms: the parliament Jia rofuaod
to adjourn iiintll It receives from the
Shah an explanation of tho arrest
of minister, whllo tho Shah himself
has ordered ball cartridges to bo
Borved out to tfio troops, and hm
summoned to his councils two notor
iously reactionary notables. Every
thing seems to point to an approach
ing coup d'etat on tho part of the
Rhnh, who It It known has lately be
come very'dleentlsfled with the un
fruitful operation of tho new conttl
tuMon. and not a little alarmed by
tho growth of h seditious movement
nKalimt himself which certain provi
sions of the constitution have great
Is facilitated. There Is, perhaps,
much to I tuld for the Shah's point
of view, for the Persian parliament
has undoubtedly proved a disap
pointment. On the other hand, It
must be remembered that the house
is now to Itit work, while that work
is of a nature to perplex, If not tip
doubt, devolve on the czar to resiuru
order In the event of anything like
anarrhy arising. Such an Interven
tion, nlmed at tho liberal movement
In Porsla!, would, however, produce
a very painful lmprrsrlon through
out wostern Europe. London Dally
Opportunity nnd Crime.
What part Wow opportunity play
la tho "criminal," properly so
called, a man who sets out to do harm
to his follow men.regardlese of the
restraints of law, because by bo do
ing ho provldos a peculiar pleasure
Is he a man who Bets out without
actual criminal Intent to satisfy his
instincts at any cost?
Or Is ho a man to whom there
comes at some moment of his life
a conjunction between his needs In
defiance of law so that he yields to
"opportunity" without any criminal
Thero Is tho problem.
It Is statod by tho Spectator In
connection with th Goold murder.
Let us quoto somo lines:
"Tho point thnt Interests us most
Is the repontod declaration of the
Ooolds that the crime wai unpre
meditated that It was simply tho oc
currence of ari opportunity lo com
mit murder which made tho Goolds
think of doing It. On the wholo w
ar Inclined to think thnt there Is
something In this. It Is not necessary
to use the word 'opportunity' as np-
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Leaves the Right Impression
planter, met. At the end of the Ui0ml- fr mor xi)eJrlencl leglsla
at by the physician for the UU to
become straight the cost was ro
ll wa then found that the oust bud
been pMt on so firmly that tho circula
tion had Ueen stopped with fatal ro
bnIU to tho UU.
"Paddy" how Is "bobbed." but,
seems mo lost happy than when his
tall was long and curly
tlvo assembly. -Moreover, It was the
grota maladministration of the reign
ing house which called the parlia
ment Into being, and there Is nothing
to show that the present ruler is
more capable of governing his dis
tracted empire than was his prede
cessor. In view of the power of Iks
constitutional Aujumaus a struggle
Mrs. Stephanie Sehnsekor la on the , I"" Hhah and his people can.
.i..(cl .rr of the Uulveroky of l ' rowtruoii apprenension.
Oregon i iMiiiwr ma reunmiy ronnmiwi jnio-
I i Husslan agreement It would, no
plying strictly only to the afternoon
on which the warder wai commP
ted. The very presence of Mme
lerln In Monte Carlo, ti woman who
wore Jewels and spent monry con
spicuously, was an opportunity.
Probly the Goulds never though
of murder till the conjunction of
their own need ami the dhplaycd af
fluence of the unattached woman
suggested It to them."
What part, then, doe opportunity.
piay in ine crime atones inni tinny
thrill and horrify us?
How many people now doing pen
ance in prison for misdeeds would
be living among us as respected citi
zens If It had not ben for a wurvy
trick played them by opportunity?
Mow many people with a reputation
as fair as anyone's would be "doing
time" as social outcasts If only op
portunlty had chosen them for Its
When on comes to analyze the r-
Utin of opportunity to crime Ihe ri
"n't startling. ltndon Evening
PROGRAMS and FOLDERS
Firstclass Work for Briefs and
Pamphlets clone while
You are Asleep.
HUXIi MAN'S 1UW.
OHgiit ft TliN Kavorllo Sport
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N. D. ELLIOTT
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Tl'l, f,Miiie uport of childhood
:i'.l 'u'ii Is of French origin nud
IiIkIi antiquity, having boen In
H'I'kmI into England In the tmln
: 'ut Ne: man cotiqueror-t. iu
V K'h n.init. "Oolln Ualliir.i .
Iu. . r ;i brnve warrior, the memory
f wIi.-m. )iolt atlll live Iu the
Hiioni.'.H of tho middle ago.
In tin. ear l(t Uego reckonul
uitioMK It allaat chiefs one Jean
.I..H- m acquired the mme of
jMiiUnd from hit chosen weon bo
, iai''t. hertwlth In flght he used
t. ' Hoh his opponents, in one of
th,. f.-ad which were of perpetual
r.i'i.-ii in those times he encouu-i'-4
th.. Co-mt de Iouraln lu a
PiMiM battle, and. so runs the story,
ii. th. flr onset Colin Malllard lot
both ht eyes lit ordered his e
l'in.. t tak him Into the thickest
f tb.' flght. and. furiously brandish
es' Im, mallet, did such fearful ex.
um.u that victory oon declared tt
sl f 'r hMu
When Ruhort of France heard of
h. . feat at arms he lavUhej favor
riuI honor upon Colin, and so great
fh. fame of the exploit that It
" r.-"iniemorated In the pantoml-in.-
r.,- e.intailou that formed part
of th.. iudt. dramatic performances
f the h,. By degree the children
Jt-aimd v, act it for themselve. and
it ' W ii form of a familiar sport.
.'. n in.tr..!du pursuer as. with
Ua-.diHi eyes and extended hands.
ri,. for a Tlctim to pounce
l-ii hi in tome gegree to repeat
""' a' 1n "' CiH MaiUard. the
H'I..B of which is also traoeab
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E. HOFER, Editor and Prop.
fU- K .:, orand tonight
An Old Friend in aNew Dress
In announcing the conversion of ihe SALEM STATE
BANK info Ihe National system, under the title of the
And the Increasing of Banking Capital to
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to do Utls. and vuroi8 a hope for a continuance of the pleasant
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