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TITB DAILY CAPITAL J0PHWA1 BALEM. OREGON, rBIDAY. JUKE 19, 19H.
Editorial Page of The DailyitCdpital Journal
FRIDAY
JUNE 19, 1914
Till; DAILY .JOURNAL
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Phone Main 82.
VAUDEVILLE IN THE PULPIT.
T
man occupied as was Delucchi should have so high-toned
a disease. He called in the police, and the discovery was
made that he was in league with a couple of grocery clerks
who had given him stuff from the store which was carried
away in his wagon when he called for garbage. The store
had been robbed of $2,000 in this way.
Huerta has fallen out with Sir Lionel Carden, the Brit
ish minister to Mexico, who has been his warm friend and
adviser for the past year. Sir Lionel advised him to skip
while the skipping was good, but Huerta refused to see
it in that light and got angry at his old friend for giving
him unpalatable advice. It generally happens that wav.
Josh Billings remarked that the proverb. "It is better to
give than to receive, applied with peculiar force to castor
oil ana advice, and Josh was some philoospher.
Salem's grand old man, John Minto, although nearing
the century mark, made a ringing address at the pioneers'
annual meeting at Portland Wednesday. It was witty and
wise as well, and he recalled early days bv interspersing
HE Reverend Doctor Robert Hugh Morris is by no ; nis taiK witn Chinook jargon, balem takes especial pride
means alone in his attitude in deprecating the resort in the grand old man, and will take especial pleasure in
to sensational methods to enlarge the congregation, i celebrating with him his reaching the full round term of
OREGON PIONEERS HOLD
MEETING IN PORTLAND
Throngs of Men and Women Who
Crosred the Plains With Ox Teams
and Who Fought Indians Gather.
He lodges his emohatic protest against "sacred vaud
eville " which seizes upon reigning fads and follies as the
pretext for sermons, and delivers irom me puipu ponu
100 years, which he bids fair to do, and more.
Colonel Roosevelt is suffering from some affection of
cal harangues, economic dissertations, humorous mono-! the larnyx which his physicians say will prevent him from
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logues anything and everything, in lace, but tne direct uoing any puDiic speaning lor some months and Keep him
and simple message of the pastor of the flock in quest of j from taking any part in the fall elections. That the Col
thp Viwn' fields and the limpid brooks of spiritual suste-1 onel seems satisfied is the astonishing" thing about it. and
nance. j suggests that he may' feel that this is not a good year for
oome Clergymen ueueve mui in uiut'i w auvxceu mcjr" mn iuuoc. ii i an un year ami mere are so
must stoop to the "ad captandum" devices of secular en- many ways of getting like the year.
tertainment. .
A pastor in Liverpool some time ago illustrated the he real pioneers of Oregon are passing swiftly, death
meaning of putting on the whole armor of a faith by don-1 claiming 149 within the past year. Of these were the Ven
ning in the pulpit the several parts of a suit of ancient 1 arable F. X. Matthieu who died February 4th, aged 96.
mail. i Among the others were many coming before 1850, and two
It must make the judicious grieve to behold the f unc-1 the "newcomers" who arrived in 1859.
tion of the pulpit thus misdirected to the end of entering ;
into competition with the movies, the modern dances and
the magazines and newspapers that live by the muck
rake. As public opinion ultimately sifts and rejects the baser
element in literature or the drama, so it must in the long
run repudiate tht sort of preaching that turns religion to
burlesque and opera bouffe and the preacher to a rival
of the end man at a minstrel show.
THE ROUND UP.
'
l.ruts in to have a big rilibrntion an
IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS.
i nt rourrn, iiiiili'r
lorn I firemen.
the auspices of the
Tlrain in erecting n
bungalow type 'H by
position occasions.
building of tbf
is loot lor e.x-
The Alberta Club in charge of the
public market at Knott street, Port
land, reports the sole of 2,H wagon loads
of vegetable Wednesday.
IIooil Hivor thin year 1ms shipped 7t
cars of titrnw licrries aiid expects to
more, making ll;t ears for the
ship
FOR the benefit of those earnest souls, the uplifters
- .and students of sociology, ..who. hold. to the. theory
that the United States has fallen upon evil times and
that things were better done in the good old days,
the Board of Trade of Hartford, Conn., has unearthed j 'soi,
from th- files of The Courant of that city the following;. Alll(1, Allstilli tll(, vnr oM ml .
news paragraph, whjch appeared on September It, 1854 :!m -" of Mr. nn.i .wrs.'oscnr Kreden-
"Fmir TrishniPn iliprl vpstPfil.iv nf phnUrn in .1 tpnpniPnt i lM,r' !f Mo""t: 'l. I '"''' missing
" .7 since Inst Unm lav 11 ml was lieheve.l to
be either lost in the woods or more
probably drowned in the East Fork of
Hood river.
house on Morgan street near the bridge. It was found
during the day that in the closet on the first floor, under
the stairs, one of the tenants was keeping a sow with her
litter of pigs. The authorities, we think, should see to
this."
That was not quite GO years ago, about the time, per
haps, when New York was seriously exorcised over the
question whether pigs should be allowed to roam its
streets at their own sweet will.
The Bulletin of the Board of Trade adds this pertinent
comment on the tragedy of Morgan street:
"And in 1S54 this, as news, was worth only a para
graph. Nobodv seemed to be excited over the pigs or the
cholera. Should the same thing happen today, it would
call for afull-page illustrated 'story in the newspapers, a
mass meeting of social uplifters, the grilling of the Board
of Health by both the newspapers and the uplifters, and
several vacancies in the ranks of the sanitary inspectors."
The balloon races demonstrated one thing, and that is
that the average Portland man should not be allowed out
of sight of a streetcar unless in charge of a nurse. One
pair of the balloonists got lost in a settler's clearing and
another in the Bull Run reserve almost a dozen miles from
a telephone station. The most amusing part of the whole
story is that of the attempt of "Hero" Henderson and his
mate to make a boat out of the balloon basket and the silk
in which to float down the river of Doubt to civilization,
which was nearly three hours walk distant. These babes
in the woods had neither matches nor a gun, and were ut
terly ignorant of woodcraft.
Frank Delucchi, a city scavenger in San Francisco, not
only lived beyond his means but so far beyond that he had
to call in the city physician, who found that he was suffer
ing from gout. The doctor could not understand why a
The town of Monroe, Renton eounty,
wis vmeii 10 incorporate, oniy seven out
ol im voicn ensr were npnirsi u.
In Storm We Must
Trust Man at
Helm
By Governor
MARTIN H.
New York
GLYNN of
r.
TIME8
8TORM
MUST
TRUST
OF
WC
ALL
THE
MAN AT THE
HELM. I BE
LIEVE THAT
CHARLES SUM
N E R WAS
RIGHT, WHEN
HE SAID,
'PEACE IS THE
TRUE GRAN
DEUR OF NA
T I 0 N S." I
WOULD LIKE
AVOIDED AND
by American Press
Association.
TO SEE WAR
AM IN HEARTY
SYMPATHY WITH. ANY SETTLE
MENT OF THE MEXICAN TROU
BLE THAT MEETS THE APPROV
AL OF PRESIDENT WILSON.
The Old Story
liandon citizens nre game and are al
ready nrrniiging to rebuild the district
recently destroyed by fire.
The t'orvnllis Commercial elub and
the I'nrents-Tencher association have
adopted the aster ns the. city flower.
l.nkeview now has a weed ordinnnce
under which the property of negligent
owners may be cleaned up by the city
anil sold tor charges.
-
Wheeler citizens have just raised a
77 foot flagpole, and from it on July
4 they will for the first time fly a
ting of dimensions to match the. pole.
Colonel Clnrk Wood of the Weston
licadcr, who is an expert in such mat
ters, says those Alberta oil wells "will
have to do some tremendous gushing to
keep ahead of the promoters.
(old Hill's council has prohibited
firecrackers on the Fourth of July or
any other day, ami is protesting1 the
local telephone company's resolve to
reduce the previous '.'I hour service to
one terminating dailv at l p. in.
The I'nited States commissioner at
Silver Lake hist week took filiugs on
tracts aggregating 2441.4 acres, situ
ated near that town. All but one were
either "enlarged homesteads," or "ad
ditional," ainouutini to the same thing.
Seaside Signal: U is planned to1" harvest time, don't fear; and none
dedieate the new streets in the various wiH wiaa what Hessian f lies have spoil
parts of the city on the Fourth. The fi for u this year. And scores of bo
company in charge of the street work Rio that we hate, that wear and tear
has instructions to make the surfacing the mind, are flaunted by some selfish
of Broadway a job to make themselves sknte who has an axe to grind. When
and the eity proud, jind if this is taken we lrtkold a thing of fear, it's safe to
as seirously by the company as by the bet, by jings, that there's a speculat r
city council an open air dance will be near who gits and pulls the strincs.
Portland, June I S. Young hearts and
young deeds are triumphant today.
Though the hair is white and the steps
falter, the fathers anil mothers of the
northwest are assembled in their an
nual reunion here today.
Wheu they meet today it was not of
the tariff, the Panama canal, the war
torubles of Mexico that they spoke jt
was of the triumph over the great
pluius, the ox teams, the stormy waves
that tossed their ships around tape
Horn,
The forty second annual reunion of
tho Oregon Pioneer association did not
officially begin until 1:30 this after
noon but throughout the morning the
association did not officially begin un
til 1:30 this afternoon but throughout
the morning the association headipiar
tors of the historical society were
thronged.
Three secretaries were busy register
ing the names of new arrivals and it
is believed fully fli'O will be enrolled
before the close of the session.
You'll Crow Over
"GETS-IT for Corns!
For Cherry Queen
Cut oat the coupon attached, write the name of the lady yon want
for Queen thereon, and deposit at any of the voting places. It counts
as one vote. Take an interest in this and make it a real boosting event.
Tickets will be on sale at the voting places, for one, five and ten cents,
entitling the purchaser to one vote for each cent.
COUPON THE CAPITAL JOtJEXAL
Good for One Vote
For Cherry Queen, 1914 Fair.
I
Xante
Vote at Patton Brothers. Commercial Book Store. Spa. Gray Eolle.
George Waters. Contest closes 0 p. 111., June 22.
"ThU b No Place For Crow. Kur Cornt Ar
AU Con. She Muit Have llaod 'GET3-I7.'
It Will Startle You How "GETS IT
Gets Corns Every Time.
"One, two three!" That's about n
long as it takes yon to apply "GETS-
11" the new-plan, simplest, surest corn
cure the world has ever seen. Corn
fussing is all ovor. Corns, corn pains
ana calluses aro aosoluwly done for,
from the minute you apply "GETS
IT." Forget the bother of using plas-
ters,greasy salves that spread and
make toes sore and raw, little dough
nut cotton rings that press on corns, for
get knives, razors, scissors and, the dan
gers of blood poison from drawing
diooii, ana tne contraptions and har
nesses that simply make corns worse.
"GETS-IT" never hurts the flesh,
never fajls.
"GETS-IT" is sold by all druggists,
2oc a bottle, or' sent direct by E. Law
rence is Co., Chicago.
RAILROAD MAN IS DEAD
BEGAN CAREER AS OFFICE BOY.
Heart Failure Is Cause of Death of
Man Who Helped Make Canada a
Great Wheat Growing Country.
There's always something, and re
pent, to lnuke us weep and sigh; we're
looking for big crops of wheat, then
comes the Hessian fly. "Vast tracts
of grain," the papers claim, "are ruin
ed by this pest, and farmers, weary of
tno game, aro moving further west.
And thus the splen
did prospect ends
all estimates have
shrunk." And near
ly all such talk, my
friends, is piffle,
con and bunk. The
farmers fear the
price will slump, if
prospects seem too
bright,, and so such
fairy tales they
pump into the jays
who write. You'll
see the stately
wheat stacks rise
1
Lapp & Bush, Bankers
Transact a General Banking Business
Safety Deposit Boxes
'Jravclcr's Checks
given on the new street,
by the Seaside band.
with music
GIRL FOUND DEAD IN
BATHROOM
TODAY.
Pomona, Cal.,' June IS. Miss Kdith
Pickering, aged CO, was found dead in
the bathroom of her home here early
today.
It is believed that during the night
she became ill and en going to the bath
room, fainted, her face strikiug the
hat ht uh when she fell.
MODISTE ESCAPES DEATH
BY A NARROW MARGIN
I.os Angeles, Cal., June 18. While
Mrs. M. H. DeTurk, a modiste, was
donning her hat before a mirror, a
shotgun was thrust through her win
dow and a dress form close to her el-
j how blown to bits bv ttia shot that f.il-
Miss Pickering had been in good lowed, according to the story she told
health, and last night accompanied her the police today. !She believes that the
fiance to a moving picture show. On man mistook the forw'ir her ligure.
returniiiif she chatted some time with Several stray shot lifted her hat from
the family. er head but she was uninjured.
Portland, Ore., June 18. William
Harder, general agent of the Great
Northern railroad and one of the best
known railroad men in the I'nited
States died here today of heart failure
at the age of 70.
Harder was a personul friend of the
late Lord Stratheonn, James J. Hill
and other Jeading Tailroad men of the
country. He was the only Portland
man invited to the banquet given in
St. Paul two years ago by J. J. Hill
on the occasion of his 74th birthday.
His railroad career was begun as an
office boy on the Grand Trunk. La
ter he went to the Canadian Pacific
and aided in the building of its trans
continental line. He was made general
freight agent of the rond, and to him
was probably due Canada's greatness
as a hard wheat growing country.
Harder became general agent of the
Great Northern in Portland 20 years
ago.
NO TIME WASTED.
Prompt Action Is Pleasing Many Sa
lem Citizens.
Get down to the cause of everything.
Bad backs are frequently caused by
weak kidneys.
Help the kidney to get rid of kid
ney backache.
Doan's Kidney Fills are for the kid
neys only.
No time wasted trying to cure other
troubles.
Salem people endorse their merit.
A. W. Lobaeh, R. F. D. No. 1, Snlem.
Ore., says: "A strain weakened my
kidneys and I was laid up for two
weeks. I tried several remedies, but
got no relief. On a neighbor's advice,
I began using Doan's Kidney Pills, and
one box made me well enough to go
back to work, Doan's Kidney Pills
did more to fix me up in good shape
than anything else I ever tried."
Price 50e at all dealers. Don 't simp
ly ask for a kidney remedy-get Doan's
Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Lo
baeh had. Foster-Jdilbum Co., Props.,
Buffalo, X. Y.
LITTLE 3-YEAR-OLD, BURNED
SEVERELY, MAY RECOVER
No wood, )
no coaln
no ashes
El
L X
A Good Oil Stove does
away with all the
dirt and bother that come3
with wood, coal and ashes.
It makes light work and
a clean kitchen.
ew
Perfection
STOVE
Liirru kerosene, the clean, cheap fuel. It
ii a fine stove for hot weatucr because
' it duesn't over-heat tin: kitchen. All tho
heat is cjiplied at the cooking point. You
can Luke, broil uml roast on it just as
well as on a wood or coal stove and much
quicker and cheaper. It doesn't smoke
or smell; doesn't taint the food. Get an
oil stove and make summer cooking easy
and comfortable. Dealers Everywhere.
Standard Oil Company
(California)
Salem
fmwvm
MMilai
MSI
if FOR BEST RESULTS
f USE PEARL OIL A
mi wi.i..ini. ..11,1,11.1.1 iimw.yeee.
MMauuuuuvailwJ
FOUND GUILTY OF SWIND
LING, FACES PRISON TERM
Los Anceles. Cnl.. June 18. James
W. Byrnes, alleged head of a bunco
trust that was believed to have fleeced
eastern tourists out of a quarter of a
million dollars, faces a prison sentence
today for swindlinir Georie P. Friesz.
nn Illinois farmer, of $5,140. He will
be sentenced indav.
Friesz. who arrived in Los Anceles
last fall with the usual middle western
influx of wintcf visitors, was made the
victim of the ancient "fake pool
room" game.
Byrnes was found rniltv bv n inrv
late last night after a brief trial.
CAT SCRATCHES PACE, MAN
AWAKES, PUT. OUT FIRE
Portland,- Ore., June 18. Aroused
from sound sleep in -his home here by
a pet blnek cat jumping on the bed
and scratching him, Patrolman William
rlorence smelted smoke, ran down
stairs, found and extinguished a brisk
tire blazing in the kitchen wall.
rlorence said today the cat often
awakens him when strange peoplo come
to the door.
RECEIVERS ARE APPOINTED. -
Springfield, III., June 19. Reccivors
were appointed here today by United
States District Judge Humphries for
three Illinois conccrnes controlled by
Vice-President Monday of the failed
LaSalle. Stroet Trust and Savings Bank
of Chicago. The corporations involvod
are the Peoples Bank of West Alton,
tho Bank of Smithboro and the Litch
field Grain and Elevator Company of
Litchfield.
CATARRH I
of the 1
BLADDER
relieved in
24 HOURS
Each Cap- T?
Bul-tearsth(M10Y'
name -
Brimr? of rn tier ni
WHEN YOU GO AWAY
Have The Journal sent to your
Summer address
Household Worry
Is 99 Per Cent
Wash Day
Good Riddance by the Laundry
Kennedy.
Linen, blanket, curtains ap
parel all come back beautiful
when we do your work.
Salem Steam Laundry
136 South Liberty Street
Phone 25
Dry Cleaning. Ask the Drive
SalemFence
Works
B. B. FLEMING, Prop.
Headquarters American Wire
Fence, Morley's Patent Hop Bas
ket Send your orders In sow.
Big stock of bop and logasbery
wire. Rubber roofing, $1.50 np
per square. Elastic roof paint,
cant' be beat Stock of paints
and varnishes st 20 per cent s
duction, three brands. Cedar
fence posts and wood sad Iron
walk and drive gates,
250 Court St phone 12
P. O. Bos 556.
Back of Cbicajt 8ts
Jtfedford, Or., June li. Little Sarah
Green, aged three, burned while playiug
with matches three weeks ago, and on
whose arms, side and face l. inches of
skin contributed oy seven Medford so
ciety women, was grafted, was restiug
well to.iav. .
The success of the operation will not
be known for a week.
House of Half a Million Bargains
CT "iv? lhe biBSet wonder in the history of Salem. We bey and
ell everything froni a needle to a piece of gold. We pay the highest
cash price for everything. Monster etock of all kinds of grain eieas!
H. Steinbock Junlr "Vs
"o oiaio oireeu caiem, Oregon.
Phone Main 824
:
I Marion Second Hand Store I
new locution, enlarged snace. areata -.- , T
hand goods. We buy, sell and exchange e othing rtoesT m,LrT
strnmeats. all kiad, of tools, household fSinSs. t..
sieves, ranges men's furnishings, garden tools, etc. We J aelllll
kinds of goods on commission. "
Marion Second Hand Stv!
Ferry and Liberty streets.
PLoae Uala 839.