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CAPITAL JOURNAL, OREGON ' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1922 CapitaltJ A' TT niT "CUT l i , t t tt ci ill a iniMf State Street I U A XT I I 1IVI IIVI DV. . JT..O LI J.M.lJi"& . Salem, Oregon An Independent Newspaper, Published yry waning cept Bunda Telephone 81; nw. 83 . "GEORGB PUTNAM, Editor and Publlaner Awaiting Instructions written bv E. A- Koen, its 111 118 euiuuimi wiiMF""""""- - . . . ..Li.-i. i. i oian ffi.i1 nronaffandist for the Patriotic eocietiea, the Dallas Observer says concerning the conung election: ... . i- o fnrmal Issuance ana The MK lonncom n5 " Feder.tion of h the societies either as to the state, county or city. There are a nur'who cla.m Jo be certain that they w U madl their cla ms cannot Da vermeu. ju" ..- ---. . l e of the indorsements there is , golnj, to be .much buBtling about wire milllnr etc but in tne ena, n us wuuuiu - .. , . SfuwU wUl'TOte their convictions and the men named on the ticket will reap the reward in votes. Of course this is pure propaganda, for the leaders of the Wv Inner aero made their selections, though they will give the delegates the privilege of ratifying them, just as they give the ran ana iue oi uie privilege of voting as they are instructed on the yellow slips, but it shows the system employed by secret society autocracy in democratic America. The members of the secret societies, who are without voice in the selection of candidates, are expected to vote blindly the ticket as selected for them by their bosses which seems to be the first requirement oi meir u- wv percent Americanism and it must be admitted they live up to expectations, induced to the appeal to intolerance. None . it. i v,r v,ov ow tn vote and so the issuance oi tv, n, tinVof mnUininsr instructions, is anxiously tilt; jrciAVTV ......:iA This is a fine commentary upon the intelligence and dis ..i;,n f nnr "natrints." who are voted in masses to fulfill the bargains made by their bosses behind closed doors and thereby establish invisible and irresponsible government for the benefit of secret hokums. "What fools these mortals be!" The Cost To Oregon What will it cost Oregon to pass the so-called "Compul sory School" bill? ' There are in Oregon 92 private and parochial schools with 12,031 pupils. The average cost of educating a pupil in the public schools of Oregon is $89.19 annually, which 1,1 L- iha at nf educating these 12,031 pupils now VVUUIU Uionw - . educated at private expense, $1,073,045 per year to the tax. The additional costs for school buildings to house these ted without cost to taxpayers, bas- "ed'on the present average cost per pupil of $300, would be $3,609,300, which would also nave to De met uy taxation, as nearly all school buildings in the state are over crowded. So much for the cost in dollars and cents to the taxpayer, which is the least part of the cost to the state. HAT HAPPENED When Sheila Elliston Refused Love By ID AH McGLONB GIBSON A woman motorist always has the right of way. The price of pea coal f reguentlyjransf orms into peak coal. War might be abolished by installing a pay-as-you-enter (system. . Because of the world's scraps, it's hard to cut the pauern nf Tteace. i - a ..fliwerboob" is a bumb-bell in an automobile on ms wav to nowhere. tVip man who boasts he is boss in his home usually lives in a hall bedroom. Everything's speeding up. They fSSi sperial delivery stamps now instead of the old-fasnionea bicycle. needs a lot of Germany's money herself. Dii tViA twld in the world Even II Kipling uiu say c - - ... 4t tn ome all he has to do to see how generous we are with it is to come over her and give a series oi MARION HOTEL SALEM, ORE. OFFICIAL AAA An Hotel worthy of its reputation as the largest and most complete in Oregon out of Portland. Special attention given to Luncheon and Dinner parties. T T - . n.-a rt 4 HRtnTIXr mTTfl T7 a CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT AUts SAiiar i ina waists )tMlIHHH H tv, rnmrMilsnrv srhool bill will injure Oregon to an ex 4.14 vwmu.- - tent that cannot be computed in dollars and cents. It will cimr, nrotrnn na the freak state of the union, the most in. tolerant commonwealth, the. only one that denies the parent u ir,i,0YOT,f riirVit in snnervise the education of the child, that substitutes for the American system of individualism the German kaiser's system of collective education mm mc oi iAao thai iho rhild is th nronertv of the state. Tha rnmnnlsnrv school bill will serve notice to the world 4W rinfhnliM. Lutherans. Adventists. Episcopalians and V11UV vvv r - other churches that maintain schools of their own under state supervision, where children can be taught religion as well as the three R's, are not wanted in Oregon, and if they come, they must give up individual rights guaranteed in the constitution. The Compulsory school bill will compel those residents of Oregon who desire religious education for their children or who desire to provide education at their own expense, either to send their children out of the state to more liberal commonwealths, or, which is more probable, to move out themselves. The Compulsory school bill, if passed, will not only keep needed population from Oregon, but will drive present popu lation out. It will retard development and paralyze pro gress and set back the state for many years. Oregon has already suffered severely from the reputa tion secured through being an incubator ot ireaK duis ne ,.uaititinfr nri incessant comnai'in to prevent confiscation form of government. It is this reputation that hns contributed materially in retarding the state, and kept her lagging behind sister states. To pass the Compulsory school bill will convince the na tion that Oregon is an unsafe place either to invest or to live, a state where there is constant meddling by cranks and fanatics, not only with government and property, but also with individual liberty "and freedom of conscience the one state in the union that permits discrimination against re ligion. To pass the Compulsory school bill will effectually and irredeemably stamp Oregon as the fool in the family of elates. Kay Calls on the Police When John left me I smiled again as 1 tnougni oi j vuuB".s - numbers on my car. nrAvarication aDoui u- ine out on his own business with bis . ..iJ skat employer's automomie ioiu even my faithful John might once in a while be caught when concerned uui u" - , t icnw. however, that 1 would have foreiven him even greater AM-Hnn than he had uncon .innlT Tovealed to me. because of tTlA WAV he had not only tried to save me, but Phil, from all annoy ances. However, I determined that from now on no one should try to save anyone else from any annoyances, .. n' fAi'linirs. no one's reputa- tin, no one's pride should be saved at the price of concealment. We poor conventional pcojuu always indulging in some prima- tivo emotion and wen squirmui -n,l turnincr "About face" to save our Trida or to save our uum-n." immaculate reputations. Tn nursuonce with the plan which I had formed the moment I f I .nd out from John that tno man ne uuu tow to the hospital was WaUei Jones I called up and made an ap pointment with doctor xnornton. WKiln T had been waiting for John. I had sent out to the Shore Hnium for Marie and sho now ar rived with can linen and another street dress. A hot bath and a rather care fill toilet freshened my spirijs quit as much as it rested my body and found UDon lookinff into my mir- . Hint T ilid not seem much the wnrHA for mv nieh't'R loss of sleep By the time 1 had finished my butler had telephoned to all the nlncn. whore Tonv.Soper might be found and had been told at each of them that he had not been seen thnre for manv days. I was also much disappointed to f nd that my friend, Mrs. waiton had left the city Benin. " I made my way to the hospital whero I found Doctor Thornton. 1 told him the whole story, leaving out nothing but even including my experience of the night before. Doctor Thornton could not resist telling mo that he had boon afraid of some such complications ond that i whv he had advised bheila not to marrv. ' He was surprised to know that Walter Jones was in the city and offered to Bo to the hospital and find out if there was any hope thnt he would ojjain regain conscious ness. He demurred, however, when I told him I was going immediate ly to- the chief of police and ask him if possible to find Sheila and Tony Soper. "You will be sure to bring all sorts of scandal about your ears Mrs. Wilmington." "I am past caring for that now" I assorted. "I think perhons that all this awful trouble might have been averted had wo not been so much afraid of the feelings of those we loved and the" speech of our acquaintances and so-caiieu friends. ..j..n!) that his wife has never loved anyone but himself." "Yes, I interrupieu w6"V, j if von can I want Walter Jones to clear Sheila from that ter- . X "I nave aono no wrong, w""1' L wa withstanding that appearances are rible court sentence that was pass- much against ner x am Deginmng "' '""'"-... , ,; looked at me think that Sheila has done no The chief of police looked at me wrong, I want the whole world to rather quiz.y. .Jtt t t tn makfi it imoos- "It is rather a big order Mrs sible for her to ever wrong anothe, Witamgton but 7 person again.- But if she is luno cent T want Phil Spencer to real ize what a fool a man can be who believes a jealous woman." When I left Doctor Thornton's I went directly to tho chief of police and I found him much more hu man than anv other lesser officer of the law that I had ever met He seemed to think, however, that Shelia had gone with Tony and insisted that probably Sheila thinking that her husband was in love with Miss Jones had retaiiat ed by running away with Soper docs not love Tony Soper and she docs love her husband, I em sure of it. That is why I cannot under stand it." Because she loves her husband, Mrs. Wilmington, is the very rea son sho is bolting with Soper. She hopes in this to hurt her nusDana just as much as he has hurt her This is one of the most common cases with wliich we have to deal in domestic entanglements. . How ever, I will put eome or my Dest men on the case immediately. "Listen earefully." he continu- NEW PHONOGRAPHS HALF PRICE Oeo. C. Will closing old nalion nlly advertised line of phono graph at half price. $1 down. 1 week up. See ad on pace 3 1 WANTED i 4nmNrniHis ox l 623 H. Commerce' Street Reef, Hogs, Calves, Sheep, live or dressed; also chick ens, Eggs and Batter; best cash price paid. PEOPLE'S Meat Market 155 N. Liberty Street Phone S94 Monday The PoUce Theory. Obituary Frank August Carl Klampe was i,,n in Prussia. Germany, r eo- .uary 27, 1845. On March 10 1860, he with his parents came to America. After- spending a few ears in Wisconsin they moved to Dodge county, Minnesota, .anu hllo there was soundly conveneu nd remained faithful to Wa Mas- Montana, Nettie S. Beeves, of Ash land, Oregon; William F. and Anna E. Klampe ot Jefferson, Ore gon. One daughter, Mrs. Clara Ma having, nraeeded him in u.""a . Heath. fin Snndav. October 15. 19ZA at 7:20 p. m. he quietly fell asleep. Hlo nllcrtmae-e of 77 years, ( mnntha and 18 days upon this earth ceased, departing trusting in the grace of God. The funeral services were neia at the Evangelical church con ducted by Rev. F. W. Launer of Salem, assisted by Rev. E. G. Hornschuch of Jefferson and Kev. O. O. Epley of Sweet Home. "But Chief," I protested,- "She ter. On November 17, 1868, he was united tn marriage to Caroline r v,i, n whn rtreep.ned him in UUCUL.Vi " " " death Octnher 22. 1906. in 1X80 thev moved to Osceola -ountv. Iowa, and atter living there 23 vears they moved to ba em Oreeon. and resided there un til September 27, 1906, when they mnveil to Jefferson. Oregon. Two sisters are still living ana )ne brother and two sisters pre- edlne him in death Their union was blessed witn sieht children, namely, George, of Weather Changes Canse Sickness Witreme chanEes of weather during fall cause many colds and coughs. For quick relief from throat, chest and bronchial trou ble, coughs, colds and croup use Foley's Honey and Tar. Contains no opiates iHfreaienis prmtea on the wrapper. Largest selling cough medicine in the world. 'Folev'a Honey and Tar is the most nleasant and efficient rem edy for couehs and colds that I ever saw," writes Wm. Jones, El Dara, Illinois. (adv) Auction Sale I Tuesday, October 24th 1:30 p. m. IVi MILES NORTHWEST OP SALEM ON WALLACE ROAD 2534 Acre Farm Horses. Cows, Machinery. Household Fomi. tore, Tools, Etc.. as follows: 25 acre Farm, best of soil, ltt acres planted to strawberries, 9 acres under cultivation, balance pasture which Is nearly ready for plow; has new barn 16x24, new chicken house 10x14, pig pen 8x10; all were built in 1921; wire fenced, natural drainage, has good well and running water the year around, would maks an ideal country home. Terms made known on day of sale, at same time and place I will sell the following: 1 black horse. 4 years old, wt. 1600 lbs.; 1 grey horse age 6 years, wt. 1500 lbs., well broken single or double, this Is an extra good team; 1 Jersey and Holstein cow 6 years old, will freshen Dec. 10th, this is an extra good cow; 20 pure bred Oregon hens; 6 Taloulse geese; S Pekin ducks; delivery wagon; Rev. orchard disk, good; grape hoe; No. 20 Oliver Plow; 8-in. Vineyard plow; 1 on horse cultivator;. 1 one-section lever harrow; Kimball garden seeder with attachments; De Lavel cream seperator No. 12, like new incubator; set plumber's tools; set taps and dies; Rev bench vise, tool chest; block and tackle, 100 foot rope; 1 set double harness; forks; shovels; saws; carpenter tools; winles and 120 ft. rope; 4 cords dry oak fire-place wood;oak posts; Monarch malleable 6-hole range with reservoir, this is an extr good farmer's range; rugs; dressers; tables; chairs; calf foneers; lard press; dishes; kitchen utensile; sanitary couth and many other articles. j ISU-U cb.ciuuj, uo ,' - t-ji.. Kllna C. of ed, "you want to have your owa; Albert P, ot joliet and that young woman who . seems I spencer, iu, determined to kidnap him stopped before they get away to Europe. "You want to intercept and prove to your brother's wife that she has no reason for running orf with man she docs not love. "And you want her told that if she will come to you all will be foreiven. "You want to make yourbrother j I , rp, q f f pA1,Vv X 11V UUlVJll. wvj to Pursue means to keep on keeping an eye on your eyes, which are ever changing and weakening without warning. Best Take no Chances ' Come in today and talk it over with us MORRIS OPTICAL CO. 301-5 Oregon Bldg Oregon's Largest Optical Institution Phone 239 for appointment. Salem, Ore. GOOD PIANO $89 Onlv S5 down. $5 month We are closing out our entire present Btock of Pianos. Five Dianos for almost half price. $5 down buys any piano. Come now, they are going fast. See ad on page 3 HEWITT raw Pride on HEYITT TIRES Sold by MalcomTireCo. Commercial and Court Streets Salem, Ore.. Subscribe for the Journal Capital Junk Co. WANTS All kinds of junk and second-hand goods. We pay full value. 215 Center Street Phone 393 Terms of Personal Property, cash. Oct. 24, 1:30 p. m. Be on time next Tuesday, F. H. KUNKE1, Owner. F. N.- W00DRY, Auctioneer, Res. 1610 N. Summer Street Reduced ONE WAY and Round Trip Fares Now in effect daily Oregon Electric Ry. One Way New Former Fares Fares Portland $1.50 $1.84 Albany .75 ,9g Oorvallis 1.10 ..1.36 Ilarrlsburg 1 69 1:91 Junction Cit.u.... 185 2.08 Eugene 2. SI 2.66 Round Trip Portland $2.50 Woodburn .95 Orville .60 Albany . 1.30 Corvallls 2.00 Haniburg J.so Junction City , S.00 Eugene . J.80 Return limit 15 days after purchase. Fares to other points quoted on request Tickets sold and baggage checked to all points east and north. Oregon Electric Ry. J. W. R!tch., agent, Salem, Alemite Equipment and Service Automobile Accessories Tires, Oils and Greases FREE TRANSMISSION' AND DIFFERENTIAL SERVICE BEST OF QUALITY RIGHT PRICES r Save This Coupon Good for j $1.00 on any tire in our store beginning Monday, Oct. 23 to Saturday, Oct. 28 TOMPKINS & HEINE 219 N. COMMERCIAL PHONE 23 STEINB0CK JUNK CO. Is always in the market for all kinds of Junk, Rags, Rub ber, Sacks, Paper Magazines, etc. We also buy and sell nsed Furniture. Top cash prices paid. Phone 523. 402 N. Com'l Auction Sale Wednesday, Oct. 25 1:30 p. m. 280 Richmond. Ave Near Eichmond School. 5-Roomed Modern Bungalow. 1921 Ford Sedan, New Piaio, Victrola, High Grade Furniture, Rugs, JStc. auib " " r- j . i hi. . t i,oll Vini.Tr ana a o-roomeu muueru uungtuuw wun reccpnuu u"i - front porches, double constructed full cement basement, S nlaen hnilt Ins fln hath mum. fixtures, newly tinted, has 5 lots, 100 ft. frontage, and garage; onlF 2 blocks from Richmond school and 2 blocks and to State street car. If you are looking for a good home well located you need look no further. Term mnrlo Vnnvn nn rlav nf anlft- nt Rama Hmft nid nlnce I Will Sell all the furnishings consisting of 1 large cabinet Victrola, fumeJ oak case and about 126 records, like new; 1 Remington up right piano with bench, in golden oak, like new; 1 role arffl waxed oak davenpoTt in genuine leather, this is the long style and makes a very fine bed; dining room suite consisting ol fumed oak buffet, 64 inch top, the Sheridan pattern, and chto cabinet to match: IVl inch solid oak extension table, 48 inch ton. and 6 oak diners to match: 2 waxed nak rockers, leather seats; 1 mahogany pedistal; child's rocker and toys; waieJ oak lihrarv tahle.- 3 pvtra wstpi! nnV rilnora- fftlenhone table. 1 waxed oak reclining chair in craftsman leather; electric real ing lamp; 2 Axminster rugs 9x12, like new; 1 Axminster ru8 QtI 9 rnaA rioaicrn. enma om.ll tAm ....talna and SUB' ". D""B DUlttll IU&D, W 1UUUI, U. VWAU fast silk draperies; cedar chest, 54 inch copper bound; tre 3 . . flno, and lunce screen ana ann irons; z Deas, springs, sun i"" - r-nttrm mnttreccaa li-wvlrltn. a-lnaa. ap Cfh TTirtmrlS 8 v " ...vfc.juuk. , giaoa, Lien ocbu u clock in rose wood; Bewing table; ash dresser, 37-piece goldrlo .vi J! 1 . .1 1 1 . . . . n Jwanrorfli enma uiner set; arop neaa singer sewing macnine, uiWB taW. Ulclicn chairs; aluminum ware; granite ware; dishes and el51 ware; home canned fruit; garden tools; electric Iron; willo" cloth basket; 5 cords old fir and oak 16 inch dry wood; swnS' ing door; keg vinegar. ; 1921 Ford Sedan with all extras, like new; waxed oak rol' top desk and chair like new; 1 good 12x14 linoleum. Terms of Personal Property, cash. MES. AGNES PEARSON, F. N. W00DRT Owner, 280 Richmond Ave. The Auctioneer, 1610 N Summer o I Kings Food Products Co. Requires the services of ! I h i Kf m m Bt m n xperience In Preparatory Department for Work on Apples. Openings on all three shifts-Report ready for work at 11 P.m.; 7 A.M., or 3 P-.M. Phone 1650 . .