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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SAI.EM QRF WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1913.
Peoole come in and sav ."Oh! if we had onlv realized the banrams vou WERE
GIVING US ON LINES OFBIERCHANDISE THAT ARE NOW SOLD OUT."
But there are hundreds of other Bargains.
i while vou can. When anv
NO MORE VALUES AS LONG AS THE WAR LASTS.
FT- 1 ! l J1 ' " A
mrougnoui mis siore.
AH Merchandise up to
the usual Stockton re
liability as to quality.
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dice Ireland's aee in the eyes of
friendly countides, is regarded as sig
nificant thalt it clearly shows .the un
handing hostility and angry suspicion
against almost any governmental act
ion. ; This agitation is widening and deep
ening the chasm between England and
Ireland and has shattered- ay hope that
Dillon and the other nationalists will
awiait proofs and then repudiate any
alliance with the Sinn Fein. They seem
resolved! ito stiek with the Sinn Fein
through ithivk and thin in the main
otbjeotive of resistance to conscription.
The conference reconvened, follow
ing tho govermment's promise of im
mediate publication of part of the evi
dence against the Sinn Feiners.
Dillon Issues Appeal
Dublin, May 22. John Dillon, chair
man f ithe United Irish. League, today
appealed to Anfftrka to withhold judg
mcnt upon the prca'nt grave situation
in Ireland until the Irish people can
Dilkini askod that the United States
WIHK lav OP COMPENSATION
4 . fl 1
1 lie yilWo L UInjE
RADIATING ALL THAT IS BRIGHT AND
- - SPECIAL IN
"A JITNEY ELOPEMENT"
TODAY AND TOMORROW
line is gone it is GONE for
be not deceived by "propagandist mis-
representaibtdons, aiming to prejudice
tue American people and the American
government against Ireland."
Ha chamoteized itha government's
action as "suspicious" and said he
believed the government's sweeping
arrests wore "aimed against the -Irish
self datermiouists as much as against
the alleged German plot. ' '
"We era beginning to despair ot
nationalism, in the hands of the pres
ent leaders, ' ' said the Irish Times.
"Decent Irishmen must hang their
howls in shame."
The Irish Independent says:
' 'Even in tht eleventh hour let Eng
land give ua full dominion and home
rule and then give voluntary recruit
ing full sway."
The Freeman's Journal declares Ire
land's appeal is to President Wilson.
Nationalists Coming Back
London, May 22. A Dublin dispatch
to the Daily News today said that the
Irish nationalists will return to par
liament next week. . ,
The Times' Dublin correspondent de
clared that relations between Sinn
Feincirs and nationalists are strained
to the breaking point-
llHUI-Hiri " 1
In a griping Drama of American Life
"THE LAW OF. COMPENSATION;
History repeats itself in a story of Passion and
l hmui iiiii na' in' mi
3 TODAY C
good and YOU WILL GET
Corner Court and
Com! Street, Salem
Leaders are Pro-Germans
Washington, May 22 Evidcnco of
plotting betweom pro-Orermans and Ir
ish leaders in this country with Sinn
Feiners on the British Isles has been
in the hands of the United States gov
ernment for many weeks, it developed
A card index of these leaders here,
together with much correspondence,
showing plots to ship arms to Ireland
to aid in revolt against England, have
been obtained and much information
furnished the British authorities. .
A leJttor said to have been written
by John Devoy, Nw York Irish lead
er, carried1 recently by the United
Press, showed financial arangements
botween Germany and Irish leaderB in
The central office of ithe activity
was in New York with principals op
orating in many largo cities, raising
funds and cooperating In propaganda
The apprehension of Roger Casement
marks the close of the first chapter in
the proposed Irish uprising. But lead
ers here declared then, according to
evidence in) the 'hands of the govern
ment that they would work on ito ac
complish a later revolt. Their move-
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. Unjclaiirued Goods
Appealing at the Oregon Friday and
Sickness No Excuse
for FaiEng to Register
Portland. Or.. Mav 23. Sii-kness will
not be accepted as an excuse for not reg
istering on Wednesday , J una 5, tho day
set for the registration of every young
man in the- United States who has at
tained his Jlst birthday since registra
tion day a year ago.
A young man who is ill should send
some competent person to the office of
his local board for a copy of the reg
istration card, and authority to fill it
ihe request will be granted, provided
the local board is satisfied the caso is a
bonafide one. and tho Derann nnnlvimr
for tho card will be deputized to make
After this card has been
it must be mailed, or delivered in person
by the agent of the sick man, to the
local Doaru. it mailed, a stamped and
self-addressed env.eloDe shnnlil ho in.
eluded for his registration certificate
from the Board. This certificate will be
a very handy thing to keep, for without
it a registered man will be liable tn .r.
rest at any time on suspicion that he
It is important for every young man
who has reached thff ape nf 21 vpnra
since registration day last June, to re-
memocr mat lie must register with his
draft board on Registration Day this
coming Juno 5.
This applies to everv man in the Tin-
ited States of tho reauired sue. includ
ing non-citizens as well as citizens. The
only executions are men nlrendv in tlm
military or naval service, and nilnlsirt-
mi anu meuicai students now pursuing
Failure to register on Juno R. mmn
through forgetfulness, is punishable by
imprisonment up to one yen r, so it be
hooves every young man to hear Reg
istration Day closely in mind, and to
ments have tuce coiltinuously watch
ed. . . '
While the atae department absolute
ly refuses to discuss details of the evi-
lenco at hand, much Oif it has been re-
walcd from tmne to time and moro ot
it may be made public scon.
... (Continued from page one)
were damaged by the force of the
Ten Known Dead '
Madison, Wis-, My 22 Ten per
sons are known dead today, and at
least fifty injured as a result of a tor-
undo which swept Richland, Sauk, Dane
and Iowa counties in Wisconsin lust
night, causing approximately $1,000,-
000 property damage.
littlr of the village cf Lone Rock
was razed. Six persons are known ito
bo dead there and thirty Injured.
Editor P. C. Pilkin mt the Tri-County
Review was killed in Hie collapse of
tho Lone Rock bank building.
Physicians from surrounding villages
were sumonoued into the, town by cour
ier. llxjmies Bud barus throughout the
four counties were lifted from their
At Plane, near Spring Green, a boy
was killed and several persons injured.
St, .Lukes Oaltholic church, a new $10,
000 structure, was demolished.
Damage to fruit trees and crops will
(Continued from page one)
has opposed) the proiposcd action.
Word today that the president would
sunirmnt MaAdco, for a revenue bill this
session, met with a storm of disapprov
al from both sides oi the house. Ma
jority Leader Kitehin. said McAdoo
had not advanced a single pood reason
for a revenue bill at tH's session and
declared that if one is to be framed,
congress will stand its ground on what
goes into ilt.
Kiitchin also came out in stronger
terms than he has hitherto used in fa
vor of heavy taxes on excess war prof
its and incomes and promised to out
line h.i whole pesition on the floor of
the hooistt as soon as he was formally
notified- that a revenue bill had been
It developed that MeAdoo had ad
vanced two reasons for a bi'l at th:
session during his conference with
KiVchbi and Senator Simmons Monday.
First, it would give the country
some idea of the tnxs It would have
to pay and thus aid the sale of liberty
bonds during the next drive.
Second, it would show clearly the
advantage of the nonJtaxabla liberty
bonds over other taxable securities
as uch an investment.
Kitchin and Simmons told McAdoo
that in their opinion neither reason
justified! a revenue bill at this session
and the only thing that would justify
such a course would be the actual need
of the government for more money.
Kiti'hin said the ways and. means
committee could begin on a tax bill
as soon as they get the word that it
would Hkely bo ready for senate by
IV ' IB
No Trace Found Yet of
Person VYho Murdered
Mother and Children
Kelso, Wash., May 22. Authorities
of Cewliti county had made little pr"
gress today ia the eearcfe for the mar
(terer of the mother and her two chil
dren, who were found in a tent nvar
tho Pacific highway.
They beKeve the murderer went
southward in his old Ford car and that
he may be in the neighborhood of Port
land. A motive for the crime has not
Thus far the theory that the murder
er is Hie woman's husband hns most
weight. A crude attempt to indicate
that the mother killed her two children
and then killed herself aid not fool
Sheriff Studefcaker. A rusty revolver
with four exploded iartidges, but with
a barrel that bad not been used for
months, was found near the woman
Pour shots had been fired to kill the
three victims, wap evidently wers
The formality of the coroner's in
quest broughi', cut no r.ew evidence, tnit
returned a verdict of murder by a
Studebaker is carefully keeping a
white Angora cat which belonged to
the family. He believes some one wibl
come forward and identify the family
and that this cat will hasten the iden
tification. Livestock Market
Moves Smoothly Again
North Portland, Or., May 23. Cattle
receipts for today 250, for the week to
dato 850. The market has recovered
from its apparently top heavy condi
ti6n of a f.ew days ago, and all classes
are moving at the following quotations;
Prime steers fl.0014.00; good to
choice steers f 11.5012.50; medium t
good steers ft0ll; fair to medium
steers $8.50(tf9.f0; common to fair steeri
$89; choice cows and heiferB f 101V.
medium to good cows and heifers $8.50
(5 8.00; fair to medium cows and heifers
56; canners $3(25; bulls $0.5010;
calves f8.0013; stackers and feeders,
Hog receipts for today are 075, for
the week to date 1700. While there is no
xtra life in the hog alleyB, the market
is holding steady at the following quo
tations: Prime mixed, $17.4017.50;
medium mixed $1 7.1517.35; rough
heavies fie.1510.35; pigs $1516j
Sheep receipts today 275, for the week
to date 2225. The tono of the shaep mar
ket is steady at the following quota
tions: East of the Mountain lambs $17
17.50; Valley lambs $16.00(5 17; year
lings $12.5013; wethers 11.5012;
Says Seamen Tried to
Give Ship to Raider
San 'Francisco, May 2?- Five sea
men "were under arrest here today
while federal officials iuveitigated an
alleged attempt to run the United
States shipping board 's ship Moshuln
into the hands of a Ge niat raider in
the South Seas-
Captain Lancaster charged the five
men wi'h irisitrbordinution, and de
clared they repeatedly ran the ship off
The five held are A. J. Wally, boat
wain; Harold Liuit-oln, who Bays his
(Continued from page one)
navy saying the only reason the Ger
mans have been held from getting ut the
rest of tho world was becnusv.) the Brit
ish navy was on the job. lie claimed
tnat no war was ever won by a nation
that did not control tho sea.
English Navy Saves World.
Referring to the friendship botween
this country and England, Professor
Foster utat-.'d that if the Anglo-Saxon
race is to survive the two brunches must
stand together, as nt heart they are the
For tho Red Cross work in Portland,
the speaker said that he had asked fo
the finest house in tho city and that it
had been given. He spoke of the work
being done at Reed College where 200
women would be trained this summer in
reconstruction work that of teaching
soldiers who will return within the com
ing year and be obliged to learn differ
ent occupations on account of injuries
received. Also qf the establishing in tho
northwest of remedial workshops, sim
ilar. to thofi? in England where soldiers
who havo been seriously crippled may
have the means of learning new wo.
Before the address of President Pos
ter, honor flngs were prewnted to the
county and city by F. G. Deckobangh
county chairman of the Third Liber
ty loan drive. Judge. Bushey accepted
the flag for the county in a brief ad
dress and Mayor Walter E. Keyes for
O. B. Gingrich, manager of the pres
ent Bed Cross drive announced that Sa-
I lorn had not only raised itl quota ot
$15,000 but that the total up to last
night was $20,588.
To jet the best of all
Corn Foods, order
All Traces of Scrofula
. Impurities Promptly Wiped
If there ia any trace cf Scrofula, or
i mw jmpunues in your Diood, you
cannot enjoy the full physical devel
opment that a healthy body is ca
ruble of until your blood has been
thoroughly cleansed and purified cf
all traces of impure matter.
S. S. S the wonderful olj purely
vegetable blood remedy, has no equal
Marion County Mother
Crosses the Divide
Mrs. D. A. Harris of near Rickey fin
ished her earthly life May 21, 1918. She
was born in the state of Wisconsin, Oct
ober 12, 1856, being at the time of her
death 62 years of age. Besides her hus
band 1). A. Harris, she leaves tho fol
lowing children, Mrs. M. M. Magee of
Rickey, Mrs. Andrew Baker of tJak
Point, Wash., Mrs. Arthur Binegar St.
Helens, Oregon; Hazel and Frank of
Rickey, besides grandchildren and many
other relatives and friends. Violet and
Levi passed away before the mother.
Mrs. Harris has been a faithful Chris
tian for many years and was a member
of the Evangelical Association.
The fuseral will be conducted from
the Webb & Clough undertaking par
lors Thursday at 2 p. m. by Rev. G. W.
Plumer, a personal friend of tho family
for many years. Burial will take place
in the Macleay ivmetery.
FAIRBANKS "ABOUT THE SAME"
Indianapolis, Ind May 22. Charle
W. Fairbanks' condition was reported
"about the same" early today. He
had a good night with tho exception
of early in tHie evening when ho grew
considerably weaker. .
horn is in Oregon; E. Ernst, R. Eas
mussen and John Taice. They were ar
rested by Lieutenant Randall Rogers,
U. 8. N., with a party of bluejackets.
The Moshulu had just returned from
a trip to Australia She carried fifteen
apprentices fro.ii the merchant marine
(Continued from page one)
Wounded Severely ,
Liectifconant Robert H. Long, Hous
Sergeants Tim Long, Chicago.
Leighltoa McCormick, Wilmington,
Al-x Mashewsky, Racine, Wis.
Albert Rhode, Pittsburg, Ta.
JeJlin R."Tipiet, Thompsonville, III.
Corporals Elbon B. Bailey, Poca, W.
Earl E. Crinklaw, 1227 Third avenue,
Oreat Falls, Mont.
Charhvt Knismalski, Chicago.
Johni Mihalich, Strcator, 111.
John F. Nownwin, Hartfod, Conn.'
Clfeud Wiltrouit, Junction City, Kan
Wagoner Harry C Coble, Solomon,
Privates Joseph Attura, Renovo, Pa.
Jamas Chrest, Los Angeles, Cat.
John flarbacik, Detroit, Mich.
Floyd O. (lillette, Laldwe.ll, Kan.
Charles M. Ura'ham, Hope, Ind.
Oassius J. Griffith, Pontine, Mich.
John E. Harris, Pittsburg. Pa,
TWy Kaczor, Stanley, Wis.
Bonjanini Keyes, Ahvmcda, Cal,
Bent B. Lonning, Thor, Iowa
John J. McArn, Shortleaf, Ala.
Hart & Maiiberry, San Angela, Tex.
Morris Marrin, Brooklyn, N, Y.
Howard W. Mulhall, Boston, Mass.
Bort Montcivol Nelson, Picketts, Wis.
John Paracka, Ellsworth, Ta.
Joseph Perry, Lnrchmont, N. Y.
Charlie C. Pleyler, Spartanburg, S.
Ohri staph or E. Pullynrd, Sanger
Charles Reis, Astoria, N. Y.
Fred R. Salyers, Wise Va.
Hidiort H. Scithard, Covington, Ky.
William R. Sumimers- Syracuso, N. V.
Henry Wnisleir, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Oliver I)- Voder, i 11 11 11 City, Mn.
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