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Published Every Evening: Except Sunday, Salem, Oregon.
Address AD Com-maieationa To
(Tl;c DttilnHal Kouraol
138 8. Commercial St.
thsily, by Currier, per year
Daily by Mail, per year
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may quite probably be true. He is sure, at least, that
neglect of the proper education of the youth as to the
danger of such addictions is "largely responsible for the
illicit traffic in narcotic drugs." lie makes a pointed ref
erence as to the direction some of this education might
"Every new addict made of an adventurous youth
! means a new customer for the smugglers and venders. If
,45, that adventurous youth had been taught the factsif he
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THE DAILY CAPITA!. JOURNAL
Is the only newspaper in Salem whose circulation Is guaranteed by the
Audit Bureau Of Circulations .'
BOYS AND GIRLS INVESTING
war of accomplishing anything he
undertook that brooked no denial that
no disappointment could. Kal dis
couragements, things that would have
mad; most men give up in. "despair,
seciiud simply to drive him to (Treater
exertion, and to increase his tenacity.
It n this quality in him which had
made him such a success along wrong
lines; it made for hi success when
applitl to legitimate business.
When I told him what Blanche Orton
had told me before she went to Kurope,
he had replied:
"That woman will itooie day make
some mau supremely hanpv if ever
she runs across the right man. But
women will never appreciate her.
scarcely like her. 8he is emphatically
a man's woman, while being more
feminine in some wars than anv womeu
I ever have met. 1 am glad vou
parted friends.'' i
Of that part of his life spent in
her home with his confreres I could
not get Xeil to talk. I became ure
he was a bit ashamed of it altho at
The reports of the very great success of the boy and
girl members of agricutural clubs all over the country
have become fairly familiar to most magazine readers.
Their work offers rare promise for the future of scentific
agriculture and seems to be solving the problem of keep
ing the young people interested in farm work.
In the meantime, what are they doing with their
profits? The United States Department of Agriculture
answers that question in a recent bulletin. .
Indiana boy and girl club members have just had a
btg conference at Perdue University. At that time ;50 of
them were asked to tea wnat tney uia wun me money
earned by his agricultural efforts. Fifty-eight of them
had purchased Liberty bonds; 109 had bought War sav
ing Stamps; practically all of them had bought Thrift
Stamps. Thirty-three club members had started bank
accounts. A great many of them were purchasing live
stock. Eighty-five owned pigs, forty-six owned calves,
twenty-six owned sneep ana sixiy-iwo ownea poultry.
It was found, too, that 117 club members had defi
nitely decided to attend college and were saving money
for that purpose.
With these fine plans and this steady progress to
ward successful, happy independence, it is interesting to
know how long the members had been in club work. Four
of them had been in clubs five years; nine, tour years;
seventy, three years, 176 only two years. It is assumed
the rest were comparative beginners.
With the Hoy Scouts and ('amp Fire Girls and can
ning and farming cluks, it looks as if the boys and girls
were coming into their own, and getting the chance to
iue their many energies along lines that lead to true en
joyment, health and character development.
HELP FOR THE DRUG ADDICT
thought of addiction as he thinks of tuberculosis, instead
of it as being something vague and surrounded by a halo
of adventure and experiment he would not fall an easv
victim to the agents of the trafficker, male and female."
, Dr. Bishop regards narcotic addiction as a disease.
The most urgent problem in dealing with it is that "of
securing intelligent, competent and humane advice and
treatment." In the past, he maintains, in the minds of
most people it had been what shall be done with, or what
shall be done to, the narcotic addict to make him stop,!he. ?mo tinf . i w su'red there
. ' .... . 1 Than ILnnn nnthimi w,t.uN.. :n
Horn-. H.t.n-V I i tkn !- -. It U 1 J.. " . -.unit iu
uomg muga. xvi me mat, mu veais U nus ueeu grauu- the association. I often wished ho
ally becoming, what can be done for the narcotic addict. T,!d ,a:k "K:r fre,ly with na,ontl
so as to relieve him of the physical necessity of using
"In this change of attiture lies the hope for the fu
ture. Some of the narcotic addicts will have to be done
with or done to. There are a comparatively few inherent
ly irresponsible, vicious or defective. They should be tak
en care of irrespective of their addiction. The great mass
of addicts, however, need something done for them. They
are clinical problems of internal medicine, victims of a
definite disease, controllable and arrestable."
Hence little by little light is beginning to filter
through the opacity of general ignorance on this impor
tant subject. " ,
That there are more narcotic addicts than consump
tives baa often been stated. Dr. K. F. Bishop, clinical
professor of medicine in New York Polyclinic, thinks it
By Walt Mascn
tho children of Jacob Youiib a brother,
and also the children of a sister, Mrs.
Effie Young Ncftzgar of Palent.
Now those United States senators who have been
clamoring for action against Mexico in order to protect
American lives and property will probably proceed to
villify. the administration for doing that very thing at
Juarez. The bandits who fired across the international
hnnrifinrv wpro nnnicViorl vom; f rinrnnrrrilir anA rn-nmnllv
i j m 'UMi I i V . uuiltUHVU TV.. M.V1 V KH Si It. , 14.1VS 1iVlilUWIl T.T n ,, ... ,
- - - MiiiRe ueorgo i. mnpriiam tins nwr
- ruled a motion of the Hammond Lum-
Pitv the troubles of a Door sunreme court iudre if lb" Cn- hi''1 it k r a r. versai
A n r TT.:. i i.f.u j.-i . of a decree in its suit sanini
idling Viuvclliur UUIl UpjUIin SnOUlU UiKe a nOUOn lOilic service commiswon,
start a friendly suit to determine his correct official
what occurred at thuse little supper
Pnri:es, nut w Hn I broached the sub
ject he invariulily ckaugod it iiume-,
diatelv. Once he said:
" I believe you are still .jealous
Was If !
Totm.rrotv Neil's Conscience troubles
lii in. :
Court House Notes
Albert Young has been appointed ad
niiiiistrator of the estate of Wilium
Young who died June 8, 1019. He was
G. W. Johns on & Co
United States National Bank Building ' -
We are now fully prepared to take care of your
clothing wants for the Summer. Our stock is now
replete with everything in Men's Apparel. Come in
and see us.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS
A new shipment just arrived. All the newest
styles and colors. Priced exceeding "low, $1.50 each.
A full assortment to select from in Silk, Madras
and other fabrics. Prices range from $1.50 to gl.50.
MEN'S SHOES " "
Shoes that are made to wear and give satisfac
tion. Dress and Work Shoes. Special Reduction of
20 PER CENT OFF
Holeproof Hose Sfein-Bloch Clothing
G. W. Johnson & Co.
volved as to whether a child was an Miuipson, leader of the labor party in
orphan in ease the mother and futhcr tho city council, informed the United
were divorced ami the father was ocei-'.press lute today 'that settlement of
dentally killed. The stutc industrial ac- the general strike is near, based on
a widower and left an estate valued atc,u,nl commission Held that, even if the following three points:
iilioiit 11100. His heirs are Albert.,,lc motn" was divorced, her children Reeoenition of collective bnreaininK
Youns of Hnlem, Mis. Ilattie (ruen-l w,'re on'1""1 should the father be as understood by the railways.
wald of Lone Heach. Calif., and AIis. hilled. Hence not being orphans, the I A fuir livinir waijc and reinstate-
Chns. Corey of Santa Cms, sisters, andiaceu"M,t commission should pay them Intent of all strikers in their old poai
against I lie pub-
If all the inventive genius that is going to be expended
during the coming year in divising weird drinks were
turned into useful channels, it would propably set Amer
ican industrial development ahead half a century.
If Germany refuses to sign the treaty and the war is
renewed the senate leaders should be happy. They are
doing all they can to retard the consummation of a per
The automobile men are having their inning in Sa
lem. One of them was chosen mayor last nieht and an
other elected school director by a landside vote. '
Germany must sign by Monday or fight and there
will be no more fighting over there.
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liv the owners fer rentinij. A strange
contrast to otir luxurious Ntiw York
, home. Hut how haiiiiv Robert was.
We hnd a nice hg vard mid lie lived
out of ilooi It early Spring,
and Neil at once st.'irted his unnten,
working in it a little while each mom-
inr, and at nilit initil it wits too
.l.u to ,.. It v,,i, il.ui, him wml.
lie had lit that isrnv pallor which
.had clung to liioi nir Mii.o the oupers
i hiitt ivtiiwi.l him sih.I in it-. .hi..i n:i
fvat Iiiil I eiattttHie lor an; the tact that 1 m existing ;xn. ihhk a mdiiy nrcwa H,t.t j toid
i sonl hinf to rnp rnrvos" I'm wnttinf nnt I'm vistinnr that !
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life has lovely curves
I love the restful gloaming, I give it quite a boost;
then weary birds are homing, and roosters go to roost.
Then all the strident racket of workeday hours is done;
the toiler's drawn his packet of green, uplifting mon; and
to his humble cottage he in the dusk repairs, and grumbles
at the pottage, and breaks a lot of chairs. Oh, it is sweet
mid restful when evening shadows fall, and I possess ai
THE PROMOTER'S WIFE
BY JANE PHELPS
NEIL IS CSAIEIOL FOB j , . . . ,,
FREDERICK'S HELP " creditors to their satisfaction.
j When .Neil read it he said ralher
CHAlTKli CXVlir. jl.itterly:
We were seltlcnl in our new home. I "' wonder if they would peok eo
ticntlv but plainlv funii'lied ' mc 11 . ae7 Knt'w ccu"
-Itll- I V NtUf T.
It is a time of beauty when day is
v. orn and gray, and stars lineup for duty, and Luna cuts
prune hay, when all tho world is quiet, indulging in repose,
and there's no din or riot that busy daytime knows. Oh,
then the heart grows mellow, the bosom full of peace;
man knows that strife is yellow, that bickerings should
cease. There's something in the twilight, with splangled
stars above, that throws a sort of high light on kindness
fid love; I feel a mighty longing to go forth and embrace
the people who are thronging before my dwelling place.
utOl uurt violin lit'coluin.
He worked very hnrd in hi own
and Mr. Frederick's interests. It hud
two widely rettiHrked upon that:
"Neil l'Vrle, the former mining pre
iiiutr li:td ticen ii.a'ie Kittern rej;rc
teiitative for the nt intcrexls of
"The 1'rederiekii Co." It Has also
nirntiniK'd that "he had settled wuh
TO KEMOVE riKST
SIGNS or OLD AGE
"Hut you will pay him back some
"'Yes, if I live some liny,"
"Then dear don't worry. You are
doin;; well, I know llr. Frederick will
irive veil everv chance."
" Snniet inn s Huh I wonder just why
re!t rtrk its done so mti.'h for me.
for lis," l'ortutiiitelv he was not lonk-
I in)! lit m" or he mij;lit have noticed
-nte fluh. "It seema strange that, a
I lit an Hiohd for pitte kindoeH t) wtt
jotit of his way tj help a fclhw. He
! could net have done more for a son.''
'Vou are almost yoitoj Ciioityh to
!lie his son. ' '
"Hut I am not yon know, and it
passe ntv understanding why he has
J been so good to me. Why Bab, 1
j never told you half he did in those
I days dlten I remained in his rooms,
j How he saw ii.lv excited people who
j clamored not only for their money,
jtnit what we, 1, hail promised them
. besitVs, Women a-s well a men came
i to him and demanded all they had
j been told should le theirs, not only
I deint.n led, ut Ihreatened. 1 never
me; not with bit nerves in the
only $0 a month until arriving at the tions, as far as possible.
ago of 16. Jadjjo Binlnim decided! vnator Kobertsoa, miuister of labor
they should be considered as otplians confirms this to large cutest, as it
ami entitled to pay of $15 a month, aid the announcement will probably
providing the total amount did not ex- e matte tomxtit.
EDITORIAL OAU8ESS STBIKH
cced $.r)0. The ense under which this
was tried was entitled Pora Whitman
versus the Htatn Industrial accident I
eoniiuia.sion. The father was killed ncd-l Vancouver, B. ". June 17. Printers
dentally at Oregon City. Although di- If", loyed. by tho Vancouver Daily Son,
In tho matter of the case of Claude voreed from the father, the commission imori.tnff, who struck last naght ceauaa
Colo vs T. B. Dean, the interlocutory de Ping the mother 6 a month for 'v T . " . 'T v an ed'tor'
eree of foreclosure was made a deft-loach child oa the ground they were not they deemed unfair to labor, were at ill
nito decree.. 3300 1, Involved in the 'orphans. The court orders the conimls-. t?"'8t Vancouver proba.
foreclosure pt 83 acre tract. Issisirt to pay $1S a month each bat with I bo without a Sunday mormnjt
. la total amount of not more than f50 ' '
Through an order of the' eountr a month, until each child ii 18 years' . 'h" TitH.rfi,..9. d!eJ"i)" -S?!
.Tin k'. irV . . ,T ... they should return to work and handl.
... ... s,.v.w w a uati ui 1HI1U HQ
owns and declared to have a title in . C-tflamAmf f( Wmnmort
fee simple. To clear his titlo, he brought I l"WUWU VI II limUH."
suit upii-ist Rarnh A. I.ee and husband
Judge George O. Ilingham has decid
ed a suit in which the tiestion was in.
Strike Is Believed Near
Winnipeg, Man., June 16. Alderman
any news turned over to them, irre
spective of their own judgment. Th
Sun's publishers assert they will pob-
isu without restraint or not at aJJU .
Salem's a Good Place to Trade
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.... . . : ... , "i . .;:t'
, , , , foinl.tiiin ihcv then were."
lava lieu, whose fame as a beauty ml- ..vv. ,re.'wv fortunate to hav.
utr.t is scarcely lows than that of ..-. , friin,".-r w.Rr.etv kne how
so .uslrc. Tl,e, are more dif I irtttt ; , .,w mh,,n s,,j, praisti rre h-riek 's
and serious to treat than wrinkl, s," j kindi.cw to him. I was guiltilv ton
she r.mtiiMies. "The MgirittR muscles ' ,.;, ,,at it was fur mv sake he had
indicate th. v have j-rown too weak to ,i u ,.t ,h,-re w no
remain in plat-r; they must be agisted, lens feelin, of guilt as 1 walled my
strengthened." intercourse w ith him, or of regret. !
The best way M stre gthen them is had accepted for Neil's sake more, far
by bathing the fae in a lotion nude by .more than ever 1 could have accepted
dissolving an pnwe of powdered si,so-'for n.vslf. This Frederick knew,
lite in a half pint witch hand. Ihis cie-1 "Kertunate! we are more than that,
ales a freer tire illation to the tarts he-jlf I were a re'igi.ins man I should say
side t nuiiig must lea and skin to cos- we were hlest." Then he added quiet
tract. Kn!ite. proctiratde at even iv: "1 shall some day prove mv graf
drug store, hns lorg b en known nyi'tede. It iray take a long time, but
roniplesioti Siceii!i--?s to joss.-m re- j 1 sh&M fiB.l a ssr."
utarkaLle tonic and atiinen pror-1 And I knew he would. In all my I
ties, valuable in treating flabbv tisi.iei'" never saw a hunian being p-1
ii, Trnacny such as .c.i a ?ray.
had exhibited, 'lie bad a bull ig
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