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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916.
THE DAT W CELEBRATE
'. Thin is the day that no small bey is complete unless scorched or
The day of waving flags and raving orators. "
. The day the devil chaser and the ice man go about seeking whom
they may devour. . .
The day we shoot ourselves full of tetanus or blow our fingers off
and our eyes out to show our independence.
A day more deadly and glorious than a mad housewife with a roll
ing pin. .
-A a ideal day to be dea'f, dumb, blind and buried in a hole.
The Fourth of Julyl
The Day We Celebrate!
The Singing Kaffir Boy
Floral Society Gets First Prize They Were Hotly Contested!
.-- CarlReuf Second. Hia
and Those Who Got Prizes
Had to Earn Them
Judges Had Difficult Job In First Showing Made Under
Selecting Best Where All
Was So Near Perfect
With so many pretty children and
uch lavish costumes and most beauti
ful decorations as were seen in the
baby parade the .judges had no easy
lime in deciding who was entitled to
the prizes. After careful considera
tion they decided on the following as
being the best in their classes:
Class A Best decorated Shetland
pony 'or vehicle drawn by same: First
Direction of Floral Society
Was a Delight
From the opening of the armory at
noon yesterday, until the beginning of
the dance in the evening, crowds in
terested in the floral display filled the
building admiring the first public dis
play ever made under tiie auspices of
the Salem Floral 'society.
The general interest taken in flow
ers is a great encouragement to the so
ciety, according to the president, J.
W. Maruney. During the summer the
society will quietly work for member
Jl.Vty I,ttUli"e W .hit V th. Omc 'of The
X's B-Kest decorated vehicle! fon''' t0 hVe " tot". efoll'"eu'
goat: First, Ruth ( The )rM Wf fm , b t ,
id, Thomas Larkin di , of 0Mt f,owera bv ,m niz.,.
display ot cut tlowers bv an organ iz
tion was won by the ladies of the
Jason Lee church, and the second prize
drawn by dog or
JNoble, $2.50; secom
Class C For the best special or uni
TJ: ,'nUl,"aUSr',,,r-!, $-50- Other awards were ns follows:
in,, in ,.ru"P Ccneral display of cut flowers: 1st,
der B) years marching or riding togeth-. MrB R yinn, 04 Trade street: 2.1
lid Kosahe Nusbauni, tfi.oO; no entry str(,ct b
lor swond prize.
Class F. Most comic, feature in pa
rade: First, John Abbott and Bertha
Trites, $-; second, Kenneth Allen, $1
Class F Best decorated doll cart or
l"'SB.V, child under 0 yeurs: First,
Wary Gorman, $2; second, Bernice Slo
Class G Best decorated doll cart or
toRgy child, ages (i ti 8: First, Hen
rietta Bishop, if:2; second, -May 1'ottcr,
Clss II Best decorated triy.de,
girl rider: First, Helen F.lgin, $2.50;
second. Helen Roberts. $1.50.
Class 1 Best decorated tricycle, boy"
rider: hirst, lieorge otoner, $2.a0; scc
end, lla Steele, $1.50.
(.'lass J tsest decorated two-wheeled
cart: First, Knrlene Hice, $2.50;
second, Helen i'utnum, $1.50.
Class K Best decorated go-curt, low
four-wheeled curts: First, Donald
thnppel, $2.50. No entry for second
( lass L Best decorated buggy or
perambulator: First, tiuinevere Walck
$5; heeond, Anna Potter, $2.50.
Class M Best decorated express
wagon: First, I'aul Kai'oury, $2.50;
no entry tor second prize.
(.lass N Best decorated auto
other conveyance timi above: First,
Robert and Charles K. Bishop, $2.50;
second, no entry.
Class O Best decornted . child ap
pearing in 1 Hi I ii4 n or cowboy suit, un
der JO years: First, Cecil
General display of roses: 1st, Mrs.
Ross K. Monres, 517 North Front
street; 2d, Mrs. J A Bishop, South
Commercial and ,1ml sou . streets
Best single specimen of rosesv: 1st,
Mrs. Ross K. Moores.
Best display of sweet peas: 1st, J.
J. Worcester: 2d, Florence Blake, ru
ral route IS; 3d, Mrs. Roxanu Gilbert,
US40 Broadway street.
.ludgs McFurlaml, president of the
Rose society of l'ortlund judged the
- oral exhibits.
Taft Would Have All
American Schools Fit
Pupils for Lives
(By United Press.)
New York, July 3. Twenty thousand
delegates to the National Education as
sociation convention here today listened
to William H. Taft, expresident and
professor of law at Yale, talk on
"Waste in Moderin Education."
Non-essentiiils and luck of economy
in school organization and administru-
or tion, poorly trained teachers and ignor-
rant school boards ere scored and
Profes-sor Tuft advocated a sane reor
ganization of American schools on the
basis of diversified prevocatiouul work
in the elementary schools including, a
Edwards,' general program ot work which tits pu
; "I consider the auto parade a suc
cess, " said Ben West, chairman of the
parade committee of the Cherry fair.
Some exciting races were pulled off
yesterday afternoon in connection with
the Cherry fair. Sprints, bicycle and
potato races proved attractive for the
The prizes were- substantial and ' boys and girls and remunerative for the
owners of machines responded willing- winners. A mmmary of ,e cveIlts to,.
lv. (Jredit is due ick Brothers, i ,,.
Dwight Misner and H.ilvorsen & Burns; t.izes for all events except the1
lor the interest t-icy showed. Each bicycle race were $2 for girls nndi
,........,.. .,c ,,,,, tor HC(.omlH- Prizes for the bicv-
of red,, white and blue. I fee satis-,,e race were $3 for first and $2 for
tied with the showiug made by the second..
aM'-" . ' , t. . 1 100 "yard dash (boys under 13)
T. veYeref " th'? Chester Kurtz, first; Merle Porter,
rade. The entry of the Salem Floral j second.
suciciv, a ociuumii creation or pins,! oo0 Vlir1 , b
13 to lfi)
wane anu ycuow riowers was award- Charles Dillurd, first:
v' '"ol J . 7 second.
Second prize, $20, went to Carl Throe potato race (boys under 13) -Reuf,
florist, for a car dressed in flow-Fir.-).. i.'.-.. :.. i
ers in which pink was predominant. Zfon,. ' " 0"".......,
llie Hiawatha girls were pickedl Kinht notnto rnce (bnv 11 t lfi
as worthy of third honors a money ri.i.-i.. n:n...i i'u... n
prize of $10. Their float depicted an;;n,X ' ' -".
inoian wigwam witn tiraves ami
squaws grouped about.
Judges were Mrs. May K. Harris,
New York; Mrs. Charles A. Gray, San
Francisco; Charles G. Miller, munnirer
of Hotel Marion.
4411 yard dash (boys 13 to 14) Ar
thur Knvnuaugh, first; Donald Ryan,
Bicycle race (free for all) Reed
Rowland, first; Hnywnrd Fowle, sec
ond. " .
50 ynrd dash (girls) Virginia Via,
first; Helen Fry, second.
Next Week's Program
of Special Interest
When Salem Chautauqua folks get
out their program ballot and vote on
what they must see, whether they see
any thing else or not, thev are uoiiiir
I., . ... , , I to wind up bv voting the straight
Iloreuce-Survey repor s S.us aw bar ti,,iPt. .,
j form excellence, such a surprising vn
OREGON INDUSTRIAL RECORD
In reconstructing penitentiary build
ings, all Oregon building material will
Chemuwa Government Indian school
will expend $12,500 011 eulareinu audi
torium, $5,000 on new sewers und $12,
000 on new building.
Marshlield 500 sawmill men idle on
Coos Buy owing to longshoremen 's
show lti feet of water at low tide.
n : 11.. tin - t . e 1 .... . .. .
u4u. o... pounos or ouuer iatiril.tv of interest. 1h.it .,
is record for one cow in mouth of May.
U-ntif ti niiuo ,. u:....l..
?ntrr:,...r,tJ aisu, m.i
$15,000 to build new school at once
cians, ilraniutie playe'-j and feature at-1 II
2; second, Helen Zander, $1. lls r the life which they arc to live.
Class 1' Best decorated conveyance! -l opening or ine rirst general
:nTving twins: hirst,. Marguerite and j "'on of the Ntnioual Educiition usso
Esiher Garden. $2.50; second, Kenneth : ciation in Madison Square Garden today
nd Keith Smith, $1.50. j addresses were made by Governor
The judges were Mrs. T. C. Smith, ' Charles S. Whitman, of New York;
Sr., Los Angeles; Mrs. J. 11. Kelts of I President John H. Fiuley, of New York
Riverside. al.: Miss Klsa Beimel f university, and state commissioner of
Springfield S. P. company puts 011 -,:. ,.p .1,'.. ........,: ,
special train to handle increased log ; ,,, progni, ever presented in the f
output from Mohawk valley. west: link them over: v ! IT
Caretul survey of flax crop by state The ,., vtay$n ,. wei,omPi.J
uu"ui"' ""u", I"""1 01 T 'o-oo per iniunnt 011 to chnutaiMimm wh,. Inve
ucrp. . . 1 ....
t'ii.,ni,n ...,,,,.,,. ( ..,;, ,r. I,.... 1 " "'"' J K UH TT
.uub ......... ,u Ntiuiu.m liiiV imi.ivi n, f.in ln.ut mn. uct ..... 4'.... '
made sport and outing shoes for men nr:,.. ai.in,.,:n .... mi,l '1,.... u:...i
anu women. )i-l ;a .1,0 ;!.!, M , i..n- I ii
a.vo. ui.iK jh .K a v will MUJl, If I tl.rt'llllMf f,nm kanlr..M- t.nt.
organize to operate soft drink mid cold ! ,, ;,i, n ,..,ui,i, .i;..i.'J,...i .i...n...
storage plant. from the old South. The Kin,., SU.
leaching a boy or girl to work, learu- ite,.Sj femininity plus, of indescrib.
nig u busineess, or 111ust.Mi.1g 1111 indus-n,e ,.1Ilrm ,-ivaeitv and vcrsatality.
try gets them farther than some pres- itIu.v .- ,...,.,,. :.,;.,-
ent diiy schooling. !,, inl)ersollntioll.
St. Helens John Phillips 1ms con- Tlc j!amcr Kaffir Bov Chorus, is
trncted to get . out 10(1,000 paving the biggest single: novelty attraction
uiutRs. . I ever featured in ' jv i hnutaupiu " pro-
"'"',Curl",!T 1,br,,ry t"!gTam in the west. Thev are wonder
cost $V,l)ilwork started. 1hI si11(;PrSi all, i,eiP costumed cerc-
Astoria I louring Anils company will ,onios, antics, and war dances will be
build warehouse 0 by 120. ,thc talk of ti,e ,own
-UHlSIUlClU J1C lOIieil no pOUlHIS Ol Alvnnilnr Ynn Kkil.iMuLi- t:,.. n,..
Have appeared in over three thousand great cities
of America and Europe and have scored tremendous
successes'. The Kaffir Boy Choir has been secured
for Chautauqua at great expense and is but one of
the many feature attractions that will be on the
program given in the big brown Chautauqua tent.
Illustrated folders giving the program for each
day will be given you by your merchant and banker.
Look over this program and you. will see that it is
full of "better than usual" attractions for the big
Season tickets are the passports to the Chautau
qua week entertainments. Secure yours now. The
price will advance to three dollars on opening day.
And don't forget the "kiddies."
July 12th and 18th
minmnmiimtmunitmtiiiit.nii. ....... t . .
black sand produced $17 platinum and ,jIlcnt Hussion concert violinist, with ' diplomatist, and
$2., 0 gold. Mnl.j. WHch, contralto soloist, and ; l",'ri''n" ,,t',"'c. (
.inivnu a viiMHiiu.iii tiring iciilllll.
Greshnin's main street to be paved
president of the A
OIllCH e; Ir. V.. A.! the Imlinil r.-u.rvini.,,, thnt ..;n l...
Alice Wright Baker, pianist und ac-1 "' 'rger, vice presiueni or me iu
.. . ... . . 1. . 1 Kl'l.ll 1 iflllfl 1 T'tllt I 'fill t !- I II'P II
1,..,....., ,i,...iimci,,..tl .... .... On Siitnrdnv the first Kl.llim ...lilinl,
miiut- , iii I'uiiLini ...i ii n iiii- . --- - - ,
early for some of the government bind , received."
The registration offices will be
! opened to settlement this month.
; und vocal concert of unusual merit.
hi uiiunigiiT, juiy l, unit the first uppii
i-mimm nil. pe received ut 12:01 u. in .,
July o. Registration will close Julv
Contract let for construe-i The Inlernatiniial Ooerntic cmnnnnv. : rti- expedition evening with the fn- dim of the Chamber of Commerce pub- ami the dinwin.r will (.! ..i...... ,,.
tion of an amusement park. comprising a personnel of F.nglish oil-1 -Mson moving pictures taken ' lication, " Farm Home for Vou," was ' kane, beginning J,,v 1
Kilvni ) tikii W,.ilc., .1 I.. )."!.. ...... 1, I . 1 . . . ' fl.ut ru..;,.,, iin.l Ifnl.i.rt ln,kii ....i , i . .. . . . I n ft
w era srnrs, present an opera ill costume I "". . : . c.imii.sie,i aim a nurry can was seni to
Snn Francisco, Miss Frances Ailums of
Bilverton and Mrs. John Miuto,
education; Hegcnt Charles B. Alexander ! such controversies.
Lumber mills of northwest restrict
output lay off one day in ll' week.
Sheridan rebuilding burned cannery
and installing fruit jice factory.
Strike of ,100,000 railroad men would
tio up and kill business, paralyze indus
tries and suspend pnyrolls. Labor and
npital should lie compelled to arbitrate
of New York university, Mayor .Mitch
ell, JJnvid Starr Jordan, retiring presi
dent of the National Education associa
tion and Tresidont David B. Johnson,
president of the Wintlirop Normal ami
industrial college, Kock Hill, S. C, who
For Stomach and liver
Bon 't take medicine for your stom
ach ailments morning, noon and night,
us usually such medicines only give tern
porafy relief and simply digest the food
tlmt happens to be in the stomach.
Uon't permit i surgical operation.
There is always serious danger in op
erations and 111 ninny cases ot Stomach,; tiouui movements tor the eucournge
I.ier and Intestinal Ailments the knifej nient of preventive medicine nnd the
ean be avoided if the right remedy is promotion of better sanitation and liy
laken in time. giene in the school, in the home, on
Don't go around with a foul smelling' the street und in rural communities,
lire it h caused by a disordered Stomach . Wycliffe Rose, president of the Inter-
onu L.iver, to tne iiiseomiort or tnose
vnii come in contact with.
If you are a Stomach sufferer, don't
Vale American Nitrate company has
15 men at work in Lake county.
Mursh'iielil Mennshu Wooden Ware
company of Chicago, interested in plant
Itoscburg Agreement readied be-
delivered the uuuuiil president s uddre. tween city ami Pittsburg holders of
on " Moral Instructiou in the Kchools." large timber land on North Cmpqua.
Other speakers were: P. P. Clnxton, I'nder terms of agreement, Kendall
l.'nited States commissioner of educa- Brothers will lease the railroad for a
tion ; Cora Wilson Stewart, president o. ! term of 30 years. Sawmill will be erect
the Kentucky Illiteracy commission n lulled as soon us actual work is begun on
organizer of the famous Moonlight railroad. Mill will have capacity of
sciioois oi rveiimcKy; .-senator ttooert 1.. Z.hi.iiimi tect ot finished lumlier daily.
Owen, of Oklahoma.
The National (Council of F.ducutioii
listens to discussions of local ami na-
national Heulth commission of New
York; President Joseph Swain of
Swarthmore college, former president
Dodson of. Rush .Medical coll
cngo, lead the discussion.
Two Batteries of
Kansas Guard Arrive
Laredo. Texas, Julv 4.-
and ', Kansas national guard, arrived
here from Kansas City und Independ
ence. Kan., at 1:1)0 p. m., this after
noon. They . were followed an hour
later by battery. A of St. Louis and the
. ...... .i ' , Kanas City signal corps.
iuiiv miii iiiiic sin icirn uiib uun mi . . . i .
of Mavr's Wonderful Remedy should I , . rvm"u ' "e iniantry negan
.....-:-J. ...... i. , i , , iieiriiinin ncre snornv
thiuk you can not be helped; probably! of the association, and Br. John B. .' incuts under way.
worse cases man yours nave oeen per
manently restored by Mayr's Wonder
Most Stomach ailments are nniuly
ennsed by a catarrhnl condition. Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy not only removes
the catarrhal mucus, hut allays the
chronic inflnm ition and assists in ren
dering the entire. alimentary and intes
tinal tract .antiseptic, and this is the
Sfcret of its niurvelous success.
Don't suffer constant pain arid agony
and allow your stomieh ailments to
physically undermine your health. No
matter how severe your case may be or
Willow Creek Community Irrigation
district of 10,000 organized.
Grants Pass Takilma smelter not
used since 1008 to be put in commis
sion. Port Orford wharf to be reconstruct
ed" by S. L. Lumber company.
Joseph McCully Mercantile company
to erect concrete store building.
Oregon City Several new school
houses to go up costing $15.0011.
Portland has $5011,000 street improve-
o'clock this afternoon.
Astoria dairymen have
prices of milk und cream.
Salem Mile of paving to go down on
South Commercial street.
The increase of population from 1000
to 1010 shows I'urtlaud lHi.TKX. All
j other cities and tow ns lui,::72. Rural
sections 4(1,000. This is shown that the
Batteries B,rush of people is anywhere except back
to the farm 18 per cent to the coun
try, Jo per cent to Portland and 117
per cent to othter urban communities.
Paisley Bond election carries three
ot one 'for $.10,000 high school.
Pilot Rock 200.000 pounds wool sold
here at 21 3-4 to 31 1-2 cents per pound.
Roseburg muy get a large fruit pack
Portland, Vancouver & Northern rail
way to be extended to Barracks and 14
miles to Comas further this fall.
Spokane Olaus Jeldness and C. V.
nuiiu nave completed deal for pur
chase and consolidation of three famous
groups of claims in Bohemia district of
Oregon at price of $500,00(1. Title to all
property has passed to new company or
L'niiizcd bv them the Clinmninn Con-
San hrancisco, July 4. Policeman soliduted Mininir comoanv hi. ), is
fieorge Ottsmi of the southern station given a long period of years in which
was siaiioeu i ins arrernoon wntie at- to complete payment. The new com
tempting to arrest Bartholomew Fran-! pany has a capital of :i00,0(l0.
ning, who had broken into a hardware Among new industrial enterprises
window and sec ured several knives, j Donald has a cheese factory and a print-
wnn wnicii nc siasncii ins own Liiroai. ing otflce.
Ifcith men are in a serious condition.
Suckers Get Here
Brownsville, Texas, July 4. The Il
linois cavalry arrived here shortly af
ter noon nnd detrained in a driving
ruin siniinir "We came tn kill th
llreSsprs. ' ' Tllp ui.ttir wn liitMh.,.1 l.v '
convince you that yon ean be restored
to health again. Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy his been taken and is highly
recommended by Members of Congress,
Justice of the Supreme Court, Educa
tors, I.awyrs, Merchants, Bankers, Doc
tors, Druggists, Nnres, Manufacturers,
Priest. Ministers, Farmers and people
in all walks of life.
Send for FRKE valuable booklet on
fctomaeh Ailments to fleo. II. Mavr,
154-150 Whiting St., Chicigo, Illinois'.
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is sold by
leading drugigsts everywhere with the
positive understanding that your money
will he refunded without question or
duibble if OX F. bottle fails to give you
For tale by J. t;. Perry, druggist.
Pendleton raised over $2,000 in an
bout and naif for a Fourth of Julv 1 " Kven a man with a .limited vocab-
.Thimbu, in. nut up tdere thev do neports muii-aic innr inn may ne ; uiiiry can use many words to sny notlv
with a rush whatever they start doing, attempting the role of Bunrpio's ghost, ing.
in addition to popular and classic, se
lections. The Sequoia Male (Quartet,
uphold the best traditions of this most
popular of male voice arrangements.
The bringing of the New York City
Marine Bund to western chautauquas,
registers the high water mark in mus
The l'.illl Clinutiiuqun lecture course
is of unusual interest as it includes
such men as Sylvester A. Long, presi
dent, of the International Lyceum as
sociation; Rev. Lou J. Bcauchnmp,
Miles o fthe editorial staff of the larg-, the printer for an 'additional run of
est chain of newspapers in the world.
July 12 to July IS are the
Chautauqua dates. ,
(100. At Id o'clock this liwil'liillir Iiii-i
Salem. aH a waiting list of II.IHIO requests for
.More than 200 inquiries on the Col
ville reservation, lilt of which apepured
before 0 o'clock, were iiiude in person
to the Chamber of Commerce this
"L'stimates of registration have been
Spokane, Wash., July 4. The rush I placed at 50,0110 for the Colvillc reser
for Colvillo land is on. Spokane hotels i vation," said Manager Corbtiloy. "I
are full to overflowing today with peo-1 believe this estimate to be too low. la
pie trom till purts ot the mi. bile west my opinion 1(1(1,000 will be more nearly
Big Rush Caused by ( I
honorary president of the same boilv;
Dr. Thomas K. (Jr i, international und the northwest, who will register the figure when the last application is
As aRule ourWarlAds
Try one (hrnornMramsee
SINGING KAFFIR BOYS UNIQUE NOVELTY
Balmer Brings Boys From Kaffir Land In South Africa to Chautauqua
if p1f WW ;
ONT think the blu k boys In this picture represent a group of eannlbal. even though they may be dressed quite warlike. These bora are the mem-
oers or nainiera Mimr Hoy t.lioir, wlilcli J. II. Halmer lias bionglil to Armrh u direct from South Africa. It la probably one of the moat Unique or
ganizations ever brought to the west and will undoubtedly cause mm b comment w hen the boys give their concert at the Clunitatiqua. Each of
the boys possesses a remarkable vol-e. ami. ultliuiigh they cannot talk the Kimlish luiiL'uaL'e. thev slnir Knellsh s.iml-s ..) .u, il.m ... th u .....
clerstod. Balmer spent many .vears among the tribes of Katllrs and Hottentots of South Africa and says l boy are the most remarkuble people of the world.
These boys are graceful anil uinnly and are us period pbys, ully as u biiuiuii bring could I. The Knlllrs arc unusually Intelligent and are niulous to learn
the ways of the white people. The Kuttlr choir program Is one of unusual interest, and whotu'r spends tbut evening at Chautauqua will curry away with
btm a new conception of Africa und its possibilities.
SALEM'S CIIAUTALQUA OPENS JULY 12TH