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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 4. 1919.
LEBANON'S TENTH ANNUAL
ROSE SHOW AND CARNIVAL
Friday and Saturday
June 6 and 7, 1919.
Two great days crowded with mirth, joy and doings
from start'to finish. Not a dull moment-something
doing every second. Georgeous Parades, Grand
Bands of jfusic, Sports, Races, Exhibits, Dances,
Concerts, Shows, Speakers. A glorious time for
young and old. Come to Lebanon and celebrate
with us. Come early and stay late. We will show
you a royal time. Splendid hotel and Garage accom
modations. Remember the Date
LEPS ALL GO!
Johnson Proposes Change
In Covenant of League to
Guard California Rights
Washington, June 4.- Amendments
to the league of tuition covenant to
safeguard America' and purticiilurly
California' Interests, will be offered
by fcenator Hi rum Johnson, he o
, .fohnon will eck to tmend the covb
nuni o tlnit Japan cannot put the
California alien Und law, Immigration
of Japanese or California ii'hoot logis
latinn relating to Orientuls, before the
"These question belong to the peo
ple of California," nid Johnson.
"They and they alone have the right
to settle them. If the league become a
tart, ,ltiinn will seize an early oppor
tunity to bring the land law mid immi
gration eniitroversic before It.
And despite what longuo advocate
my to the contrary, the league will
a.,Miino jurisdiction and will pass upon
thee purely domestic questions If they
are ruined. This mean that matters
which California hai a clear light to
sit tic for Itself, according to its own
nollare, Hill be nettled by foreign dip
l-mits, whose government have seo
ret ' treaties with each other.
"The covenant, according to it
aiUoeiitcs, picvcuts purely domestic
Mucslion being brought before it, but
liy an express provision of article
eleven 'it ' also dei'hred to be "the
ftmtlnmentiit ritflit of each member of
the leugue to bring to the ultoiitioii of
the auMmbly nr the council any cir
cumstances whatever affecting inter
national relation, which threntena to
disturb either the pence or tho good
ntiilirstnnding between notions, upon I
which peace oeend. ' s
'Obviously this in enough, The im
in i itit ion und alien luud question
lmve already come in that category and
of coins? would bo subject to league
action. That meansithe action not of
Americana, but of Olio American and
a group of foreigner.
' Hut thee la another provision In
article twelve, which binds tho I'uited
Mate to 'submit either to nrbitraion
or to Inquiry by the council' and di
put" with another mtion likely to
lead to a rupture." ,
other amendment Johnson w'ill of
for will Inelinls one to provide for
le(Oe f cit-i rMiiutit uu llCVIUtUilOH
trln' shrdlu etaoin cmfwyp cnifwypp
wur, elimination or article ten, an
amendment to protect the Monroe
Doctrine and an amendment to the
peace treaty to modify the 8hantung
settlement giving Japan control of that
"I have not yet been able to de
termine the exact form these amend
ments Will take," aid Johnson. 'But
t will present them when the past i
before the acnatc In an effort to pre
vent the United Htutes joining in the
crime of despoiling China for tho ben
ufit of Jupan, and to safeguard Ameri
can interest on the 1'acifie coast and
Johnson announced today that the,
situation In tho senate whore the
lenguo fight la growing hotter daily,'
may prevent him from making a (peak
ing tour to California, as other league
opponent have urged.
ROUND COAST '
mills TO TAffi
LEAD PAGEAIiT ROLES
George W. Bent, Of Cheyenne
Tribe, To Play Part Of
fjeorge W, Bent, who ii assistant
director in charge of the Indiana part in I
the historical pageant to De given at
! VYil'anietts University and who tekes
I the part of Chief "Oh Ken Tan," 1
j member of the southern Cheyenne tribe
Hi Indiaa lineage, traced according
to Indian custom, through the woman,
extend far back of that of any of our
proud F. F. V 'a.
Along with his name, Mr. Bent ia-
iherits an enviable record in pioneer his
tory. One Silas Bent, bora in the col
ony of Massachusetts in 1764, waa edu
cated for the bar, and seeing oppor
tunities in the opening of the great
Louisiana Purchase, came to St. Louis
in 1804. There he bees. mo judge of tht
superior court, and dying in 1827, left
seven sons, who in legal, scientific and
pioneer lines added to the honor of the
name of Bent.
Of succeeding generations, Col. Win.
, Bent of Hants Fe Trail fsme is the
most noteworthy example. He was
(trader, a guide, a defender of the fron-
tier, and the founder of the great cattlo
.industry of the southwest.
Hi son Oeorge Bent, was the father
of (ieorge W. Bent of Chemawa.
i Mr, Bent himself is a- man of ex
cellent education, and interesting per
sonality. Ho ia an important member
of the facultv of the Chemawa Indian
school and brings considerable experi
ence into his portrayal of the character
of the old chief ia the pageant. i
Maude Craig, ' Wah-We Tah," the I
daughter of old Chief "Oh-Ko-Tah" it j
a Umatilla Indiaa girl. She sings a,
sonir of love and dances aa much as an
Indian uiaid may dance at tho request
of her fr.ther, after "Ka-thn-too," by
hit exceleu ditncing has won her at hit
Wude Mlnthorne, "Na-ahn too," the
young bravo who wint the beautiful
" Wuh-We-Tah" over all competitors by
his wonderful dancing is a Umatilla In
dian boy and is one of this year's grad
uates from Chemawa. He is portly Net
Perce and It a lineal descendent of that
great old Ness Perce eage Chi;f Joseph.
(Ry T'nlted Press.)
Yesterday's winner: Los Angeles,
On k land.
Home run: Miller, Onks.
The Angel easily miravelled the
curve of liiium, Couch and Knntlehnef
ntid added another win to their column
by drubbing the Seal, 10 to 3.
With the came tied in the ninth, 8
to 8, Boh ne and Roche crossed the plate
with two runs for the Onks, the Tigers
losii'o; 10 to 8.
"Teams traveling" prefcnteeJ the
Portland Sacramento and Seattle Suit
Liiltn gttmes from being played.
City Dads Think Park
Hoard Negligent In
Caring for Foimtaia
That members of the city park board
have been rather negligent for the past
few years in caring for the Wjiitt mem
orial fountain in WUlaon Park, waa the
general opinion of the city fathera in
session last evening.
The discussion as to the care of the
fountain came up when a communica
tion wat presented from the Portland
Hallway Light & Power company sub
mitting an estimate for repairs. The
suggest isu was made that possibly the
fountain would be better scared for It
placed In the hands of a special coun
As it wa almost impossible to opi-
uto tho fountain during the Odd Fel
lows encampment, a motion was made
by Alderman 0. M. Boberts providing
that work on repairing the fountain
should begin at once in order to have
it in condition to display during the
big Fourth and home coming celebra
tions. Councilman Kalph Thompson of the
seventh ward presented his resignation,
saying thnt he expected to give so much
time to his Fordson business out 0
town that he could not attend meetings.
Ho was eletced from his ward after a
stiff fight not only in the primaries but
in the final election. The council will
elect hit successor.
The city health officer wat present i
and said there teemed to bo no danger
from the influenza, rather intimating
that (he Red Cross authorities hnd be
come unduly excited.
Paris, June 4. An unverified re
port waa circulated today that the big
four hud agreed1 to China making re
ervution regarding the Shantung set
tlement when he sign the Herman
-f 'BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
Big Special Show Today and Tomorrow
KLONDIKE GOLD-LOVE IN ALASKA
'THE GREAT WHITE TRAIL"
A trip to Alaska and a thrilling love story
All in one.
"The Musical Tramp"
CHICAGO JAILS SCORE
(Continue; from ago 1.)
lender, that "reds" had planned to
destroy the government within six
Kurly today an automobile was
blown to atom in tho northwest sec
tion of the city. IVHce are working on
the theorr either that bombs and ex
plosives Wing brought into the city
were esplodeil aceulentHily, or that the
car wu.1 wrecked purposely. TU de-lunation
was henrd for miles.
Washington, June 4. (ITnited Pre)
-A "finish fight" with anarehy in tht
Vi.ited Statea wa planned today by
government departments tail congress.
Changes in the justice department de
signed to speed up the work of eonibihg
the country for terrorists were an
nounced by Attorney Uenernl Palmer
with the appointment of William 3.
Flynn, formerly ehlef of the United
Mate secret service, as head of the de
partment bureau of Investigation.
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and have been or now are aeying In the
Aliens must carry registration cards
at nil tune and show them on demand
to all officials. Thev must report semi
annually to the commissioner general of
immigration and auiv change in resi
dence must be reported.
STATE MOUSE NEWS
At previously intimated, there was
keen riralry among the publisher of
school tot books for attention at the
hand of the Oregon text book com
mission, which recently close4 its ses
sion at the state home -No less than
."0 representative of publishing boos
e ameard before meniben of the
Francis V. Oarvan. who hat been act- commission and Superintendent Church
ing Blien projK'rty custodian ,-nd whop" with a good word for their respecr
has a national reputation aa a criminalize work. Hence they had mass of
investigsnr in connection with the Newlil,r,"ur ' elw,t ,rom n' Prtl.r
loik district attorney's office, and ul or n comunon, tnc prices
quoted were not far in' advance of
those of six yesrs ago. rir this period
rtiipt. Churchill has estimated thnt the
average cost of text books for ea.-h
school pupil in the state is about 1.10
annually, and it is thought thst when
the cost of the new hooks is tabulated
it will be shown thst thev do sot ex
John T. tireighton, Springfie'd, III,, eon-
nee ted during the wur with the intelli
gence bureau of the war trade board,
will assist Flynn.
Congress tomorrow will start wmk oa
lejii.lsiion aimed at deportation of tin
desirable aliens and the establishment
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,.-i .moi.grauon Par, ,i.r rae noil fW, ,,, f;(,ilr(,, of l!)fl M, xeit
tvo years p-no.M.j- more than H ft cent."
rirstetiuwilll,tnkeniut!iehou- i 1ki-, ,hP ni ist which
where KeiireiK-iitatue AtlM-rt Johnson. 'm,:.. .i. o.i ,t;fr,ni
tV's.hington, one of the men msrkH in
ihe May Isy lmb p'ot, h a bill ready
The bill provides fur the deortntion
of any offending alien and climes the
im in iiirn linn door to sit aliens except
for all grades, the fommiMea has laid
siiecisk stress main euni-uiture (under
'he ymith Hollies act) nvica and Am
erican history. Jn thf -ltptiom of read
ers, jHcil p:iin were 1a ( select
those thst m!!j!!ed Americaaism
huH who formerly lived is this country and 'riotic sentiment. Thcr also
made selections with a view to im
proving the methods of instruction in
Knglish to meet the strong demand in
that direction shown in public senti
ment. In the line of language studies,
Snanish has been m-it ntttinn.l 1-
high schools, as Trench has been for
some time, rn-ven worss on mmsh are
recommended for aitimlementul .liiilv
and three French book.
The weekly report of the Industrial
Accident Commission for the week end
ing May Etf has just been made out,
showing that throughout the state
there were reported a total of 632 acci
dents, of which number ten were fatal,
the largest number of fatalities for
several months. The victim were:
James Poole, meat packer, Klamath
Falls; Geo Pappaa. logger, Brookings:
J. ltolton, logger, Bend; K. H I'ickel,
contractor. West l.inn; A. O. laf, log
gcr, Astoris: W. L. Nolan, psper mill
employe, Willamette. Joe (ilaa, ma
chinist Portlsnd; T. R. Hook, logger.
Silverton; Joe Iongtain. loit.er. As
toria. Out of the total uniher 574 were
subject to the provision of the com
Rhenish Republic Leaders
Facing Charges Of Treasca
Basle, June 4. (United Fres)
Chancellor ?ehcidoniann, in response to
Dr. Dorten't telegram asking permis
sion to elect an assembly for the new
Khenish republic snd send representa-j
lives to the jwsee conference, began i
proceedings ag:ua4 Doitou lot highi
treason, a Berlin diipat'-h today.
(Dorten it president of the Rhenis
The (rerman government also ha
sent formal protest to Faria against
the attitude of ths allied armies of
occupation toward the new rivpirlilie.
Smyths Brother and the Pendleton,
Sheep company have sent S.'iO.OOO
pounds of wool to the Boston market
within the past few day.
The Klamath drainage district, com
prisiing .0,648 acre lying tea miles
south of Klamath Falls, ha applied
to the State Kngineer' office for an
appropriation of water from the Klam
th river. This project will entail the
construction or a main canal eeven i
uiiles in length, the estimated cost,
with concrete headj;atei being $.i)a,-iHH).
Yen rrc.t the local mer-
chants to take your produce.
Help them do it w th your pat-
ronaje liiiild up Marlon eoun-
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