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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY. JULY 16, 1919.
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is a pure, unadul
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cooa-in, oil, preaied
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It ia eapeeially fine
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Th fool o7 with
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Warden Puts Quietus Oa
Growing Unrest Thrcugl,
Incipient mutiny, atirrod .up by taa
withdrawal of eertaia prm es(s anj la
duljjrnees, at well as by diaiueliuktioa
fur work ! i the flux fields, aa btt
brewing at the atate penitentiary dux
I ing the past week, and haj ltd to Utk
veruai anu wriiien Boimrattoa to Ik
priMiuer that there would be a tijhfea-
ing of discipline within the wali, ajul
that sujr prisoner attempting .or msti
gating mutiny or disturbance would
hava his term extruded a year, ia ad
dition to be in;; assigned to the rovk
pile. The notification made vr
bally a week a no, but yesteruay a writ
ten notice was sent to all the prisoners
by Warden Mteincr at follow:
"To ail convicts in the Origon state
peuiteutiary: Governor Ben W. Olcott
has authorized Die as warden to notify
you than any refusal on your part to
cariv out an order made by the warden
or officers, or auy aet tendi.ig toward
mutiny or rebellion will positively ba
followed by one year setback to your
"I'leaso bear in mind t bis it la t
interest of (food behavior and discipline
and to assist you in securing your re
lease at the earliest possible oppoituu
Afnong other causes of Uiseonieut was
the withdrawal of rash prizes for win
ner in Fourth, of July spoils ou tbe
grounds, along with the privilege of
congregating in groups on the grouuds.
iurthenuore, there was a "grouch
among the prisoners ngniiisl Deputy
Warden John Talley and Keeper 'Buck
Phillips, and a plan had been forme
to im.ke ait en manse demand for tnei
resignation. These officers have proven
theiiiselvei rigid disciplinarians, wits
out resorting to unnecessary severity,
und have received the endorsement of
Wurdeii Steiueu in their management,
Aversion to work in the flux field led
to mutterlngs nbout a strike union); the
field gangs, the niovement bc,ug aglta
ted by comets Willr.rd Tuuner and
Tom ('lark. Both men were tukcu aside
and given some very souud nud suggee
tive advice by Warden Htclner, und sub
sequently they went on with the work
of flax pulling without further demon
stration. Two colored prisoners scut
up from Multnomah county have
brought themselves under the new rul
ing thrush Insubordination II nil are now
doing time, on the rock pile.
While firm In his deterniiiinlioii that
discipline and order slmll be maintuiiieil
. , , T. ... , . 'n th Institution, Wurdeu Hteiner
Portland, Or., July 10.-W. W. Bunks k, ,, hi, At,titt , lv(( ,he
was d.ow,,ed Tiiesdny when ho foil Into ()M()1, a ,,,., 8nJ ttC(,ora
the Willamette river from a tin.) under tnenl everv privllee cousiataut With oc
roiistruelion by the Coast Kliipbmlding ,., .. .if.,.,,,-.. i ,ni, ,,
he has the full confidence und approval'
of tiovertior Olcott, who is mindful of
Dr. Nteiucr'a record ut the sl.ite lios-pilul.
Former Saxony King Asks
. Leniency For Ex-Kaiser
Berlin, July IS. The former king of
Kiiminy, it was learned today, lias tele
gmpluMl King (leorge urging lain to
prevent extradition of the ex-kaiser.
"Faithful to the kaiser in times of
good fortune," the message lead, "I
and the princes of my house, as lierman
priurts and officer, desiret o tako our
alnud on the side, of the kaiser in times
of hard trials."
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many's chnnees for greatness, he said.
Ho unsolved the ex kaiser of responsi
bility for the war.
The admirrsl expressed the belief that
the (icrmnn navy should have beeu
strong enough to obtain a better peace.
Metliinann llollweg was blamed with
" monopolist control" of the war, Von
Tit-pit charging thst the former ehun-
cellor kept the ex kaiser, hu.isell' und
the niiny and navy staff officeis away
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PAGE WARNS AGAINST
Reversion To Close Relation
With Huns Likely Consequence.
New York Jul.v -it'uitt-il Tress.)
Thore is a certsin amonnt of uannrrj
that the altitud( of t tie allies ii! leuil
to such clow relations between Ciermanyl
aiiil Italy thnt the latter cuunliy n ill .
eoino to limit upon th Teutons aa their i
stiium'hest friends, in the opinion of
Thomas Nelson Tagr, American ambus
sudor to Italy, who has just returned
"I do not mean by this." he said
"that there is a o.-ilility uf an alii
anee between the countries. I do not
thiuk there is. But Italy needs roal and
law materials of various aorta for her
Mtermnnv supplied a great t'fcrt of
them before the war and is making pre
arations to ild it aain. rhe will spend
money developing Italian industries and
will J)je her into favor."
I'ajfe had mtny eomplimeiiUry things
to say of the Italian port in the war,
whiea he declared ia not spprt ruited.
"The had two million rasuaities,"
he mid. "Five hundred thousand men
Hst their live."
Tage has returned to the ('uitej
Sir.tes to hand his resignation to the
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Oklahoma City. Street
Sweepers Will Aid In
Defense Of Harry New
Oklahoma City. Okla., July IB
(Tinted Press. Street sweepers of
Oklahoma Pity said today they would
KO to the assistance of their former co
worker, lliirrv 8. Xew, jailed in Los
Angelei., on a charge ufkilliiis; hts
sweetheart, Friida Irfsser.
New-, who said lie was the ton of
he said today he would make the trip ta
California to assist his friends.
According to the old man, New casna
here fresh from Notre Panie University
and worked in the streets in spite of
fun poked r.t him because a college man
I voluntarily took up that sort of work,
"Harry never would have Vilkd tha
gill if he hadn't lost his mind during
one of those spells he used to have,"
said Shumake. "He just naturally got
to thinking about his troubles like aa
did when I knew him and ho didn't
know what he was doing. ' '
Mrs. Laura Corder, clerk in the street
commissioners office, said New told her
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sweper here for two years, accoidiug to!hi! ,a,hcT. WM an "diana senator and
I nele Tom Hhumake, who elaiined to
have been the prisoner's ' buddy."
Shumake still serves as sweeper and
offrn read passages from his let ten.
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