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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, DEOHMBEB 9, 1911
pa ob nva rotection and January WHITE SALE Entire Stock Reduced from TEN Per Cent to FIFTY Per Cent Pretty Dainty Night Gowns Values up to $1.50 Now 98c each Men's Clothing A Large Assort ment now at ONE-HALF PRICE 45 and SO-inch Embroideries in Voile and Crepes THE LATEST $1.00 values, yard 79c 85c values, yard 64c Long Muslin Petticoats Trimmed Neatly in Em broidery. Values to $1.50, now 98c each Women's Suits, One-Half Price Fabrics suitable for Spring and Summer Women's Coats, One-Half Price All the latest models and Fabrics $2.50WhiteBlankets $1.75 $1.75WhiteBlankets $1.50 Extra Special Cooper's Spring Needle Knit Wool Underwear Regular$1.50Values now $1.10 LACK OF FAC1U TIES OR SOMETHING THERE Judge Cleeton Says There Should Be Better Way of Caring for Unfortu nate Girls. SEGREGATION WOULD BE AN IMPORTANT FEATURE Those Well-Versed In Crime Should Not Be Bunched With Amateurs at Industrial School. THE PARENT AND THE UNDUTIFUL CHILD By Virginia Van Do Wator. We bestow a great deal of pity upon tho parent of the child, but how often do wo stop to consider who is to blame for the state of affairs J "Poor Mrs,. Smith,'.' a woman sighed. "I am sorry for her. She is one of the sweetest and gentlest of women, and her son is all she has in the world. Yet he speaks to her roughly and hns a royal disregard for all her care of Mm." Had the partisan of the abused par ent been of an analytical turn of mind she might have changed her sympathy to criticism of the mother herself. We hear and Bay much of the responsi bility of children, of the duty of tho parent to train tho child properly, but, when parents neglect to do this, wo condemn the grown son or doughter rather than the person who trained him or her. One over-indulgent mother of sons all of whom are up-to-date cx ample of ingratitude and selfishness unvs. with tears in her eyes: "I nevor considered my own comfort compared with thnt of my boys, and I always sot asido mv own wishes to make them happy." The result has been just what might have been expected. A young child, when loft to his own devices, is little better than a small savage. He has the selfish and brutal imnulsMn of the primitive human. It i - - - rests with the parents to curb his natu ral desires and passions, and to guido and direct those so that they may be. come the strength of the child instead of his weakness. If they negloct this dutv, and the boy develops into a man of ungovernable passions and of evil life, tho father and mother are pitied and the son condemned. I acknowledge that there are cases grave reply. "He has never been al- owed to feel that he can diBobey." I know there are parents who "will lyclaro that such obedience is slavery. It is not if properly obtained. The mother 1ms lived to little purpose if she does not know better what is good for the tiny child than he docs. Gen tleness and firmness will win the day sooner and more surely than , threats and temper. Some people take it for granted that because a mother has endured anguish to bring a human being into the world, that boing will intuitively accord her loyalty and love through his entire life. One might as well say that because a seed is planted in the ground it will sprout, flourish and bear fruit without further care. The mother who suppresses her own individuality, who ignores her own rights for tho Bnko of temporary hap piness of her child, is not tho mother who is most loved in childhood, or who in later years, most honored and re passengers. It had been operating on the Atlantis ' side and gradually made its way through the course of its dredg ing operations. MUSICAL COMEDY COMING TO BLIGH Starting next Sunday matinee, Salem theatregoers will have an opportunity of seeing another excollent musical com edy company at the Bligh theatre, Man ager Bligh having announced today that he has engaged tho Basco Musical Comedy company for ono wcok. Tho company includes an octette of pretty girls, all fine singors. Tho mu sical numbers are catchy and the cos tumes ere unusually beautiful. The company consists of 15 people and ac cording to press reports from other partB of the state is the strougest mu sical comedy company playing in tho northwest. They have juat closed a splendid two weeks engagement at Astoria, and at Corvallis tho past three nights, standing room was at a proimum at each per formance. A. B. liasco tho eccentric comedian is ably assisted by Prank Coufcr and Madgo Schuler (old Salem favorites) .lack and Bessie Thompson and Karl Mossnum, besides the pretty chorus of oiuht. A Seaside Romance is the bill night. Pop- The grand jury will begin Monday an investigation of the state industrial school girls, following the order of yes terday by Circuit Judge Clceton. Dis cussing the situation, Judge Cleeton said last night: "I never had any idea these girls were guilty of such a heinous crime until I heard the testimony. "The evidence showed that Mrs. Crss well induced three other girls to put poison in coffee which, was to be drunk by all persons connocted with the in stitution, their pbject being to escape. I shall give the grand jury specific in structions regarding the investigation, for it must be thorough. The whole state is interested, for the girls are sent to the institution from all counties. It seems from the facts brought out at the trial that there !b a lack of facilities or somothing at the school. ' The extreme ly wayward associates with the less wayward, and it appears that there is no way to administer the proper disci pline. "Unless means of segregating the girls is established there is no telling what the consequences may. be. The evidence shows that one "wayward and dosperate girl can cause absolute con fusion and disruption." Bingo Favors It. "Although I am not in the position to know just how the Oregon Industrial Training School for Girls has been con ducted since that branch of our gov ernment was created by our last legis. lature, and am without authority to make any statements to the effect that the institution should be investigated by the grand jury, I am firm in the be lief that tho Marion county grand jury should visit the school and make a thor ough investigation of tho manner in which it has been, and is now being conducted." This was tho statement made this morning by County Attorney Eingo when asked to give his views concerning the order Which has been mmln bv .Indira Cleeton. calling the grand jury in session for the sole pur pose of visiting the training school. "If there is the slightest reason for investigation of any of Marion county's public institutions or other institutions situated in tho county which are con ducted by the state, I am in favor of a grand jury investigation," declares County Attorney Ringo. "The people have a right to know how these insti tutions are boing conducted, and I be- aynonym of ability, who from his early boyhood has been identified with our city' best interest, who is known by most every citizen of Salem as a man of whom we would be fortunate indeed to have at the head of any department, especially where a force of men are em ployed, who has at many times sacri ficed his own personal interests to be of service to the city and who on many occasions while in the old volunteer fire department risked his life and his health to save the lives and property of his followmen, all this counts for naught when the majority of our hon orable council In their wisdom saw fit to turn him down for a more worthy man. Of course this was no frame up. Again I say we are to be congratulat ed in having our city affairs governed by a bunch who wouldn't for the whole world resort to any dirty, low-down politics. PROPERTY OWNER FOR SALE. 160 acres of loggedoff land. 27 miles from Salem, 2Vi miles from good town and R. R. 60 acres tillable, balance good hay land, about 6 acros cleared. Would, make ideal stock ranch, price $12.00 per acre. $500.00 cash, balance to suit. This iB a real bargain. See W. L. Fife, at Hotel Bligh, evenings, 5 to 0. Reopening The Salem Restaurant 178 South Commercial Street, will reopen for business Monday morning, January 12th. Quick service and moderate prices.' Meals ISc and up. Try our regular dinner 178 S. Commercial St. The Markets TAKING TIME. id American lawyer was dt' A you fending an old convict on the cnarge of burglary in a state where the court rules allow each side one hour to ad j. h.o !nrv. The vounif lawyer in which parents have dono their Best omewhat BOTy0Ug( consulted a vet and the children have gone astray. But, mtml)er 0f the bar who happened unlets mere nas own rj ,... -v.-.- . Dear In no other way would the little mountain hamlet of Copperficd over been hcaid oC, succted. It takes far more resolution and strength of character to deny a for Sunday matinee ana harmful thing to ono we love than it ular prices will prevail. does to yield to him and comply with all his dosires. "ne is the best son a woman ever had!" I heard an elderly motlicr say in presence of her first born a pros perous lawyer and exemplary citizen. I respected hor and her stalwart off spring the more wheu he said, with a tonder smile: "I wish I deserved that praise but if I did you would have yourself to thank for it!" "Get-It" for Corns Surely Gets Them it's the Corn Cure on a New Plan Gets Every Cora Quick and Sure. of blood back of the child, or his ao ciatos have, in spite of the parental care, been a very bad lot, ono seldom see a properly -trained lad go com pletely wrong, I was moved to amusoment, yet ..nniv Imnressod bv a conversation that I heard between a mother and heir i 16 year old daughter. The mother was reproving the child for disobedience. "The trouble with you, Msry," said he parent, "is that you were not pun ished enough when you were a child" TKs jlrl'i eyes flashed with temper. "Well, if not, who was to blame for ltt" was the Impertinent rotort. "Sure you need not lay that ommission to my account! " Impertinent. Yes. Unkind and rude. Undoubtedly. "How much time do you think I should take up in addressing the juryl" he asked, in a rather pompous manner. "Take the full hour," was the re ply. "The longer you talk, the longer i you '11 keep your client out of jail. rOBTUNATE PARENT. "Why Mrs. Murphy, you looks quite fwtive today. Wot s up, thenT "Wot! 'Aven't you 'card my come home today t" "But I thought the Judge gave him seven years." "Yes; but they're letting 'im out nearly two years earlier 'cos 'e's be haved so welL" "Lor," Mrs. Murphy, what a comfort goou Bill "If vnu're like me. ad have tried nearly everything to get rid or corns and have still got them, just try the new. sure, quicK, easy paimeM w.j iove it is the duty of every well- meaning citizen in the county to assist the county officials in every way pos sible in determining just how things are going with such departments of the state or county government." Helpless Institution. Adequate facilities with which to work in caring and guarding the in nate of the Oregon Industrial Traili ng School for Girls has been questioned and for this reason J ml go Cloeton has ordered a grand jury investigation. It said that the investigation will ro- veal the fact that tho officers of tho school aro powerless in their efforts to maintain tho discipline necessary to the training of tho inmates of the institu tion and that thoso circumstances have been brought by reason of a lack of facilities. Boom for Improvement While the inmates of the school are not classed as criminals by Judge C'leet- ho believes that thoro should bo somo method ucviseu, providing m equipment at the institution will por mit, by which the girls will be unable to plot and scheme to desert the school or create animosity among themselves. OPEN FORUM. CITY COUNCIL SAPPED rOB ACTION LAST MONDAY CITY NEWS. Basketball. Albany town team vs. Salem Yellow Jackets, Y. M. C. A. gvm., tonight at 8 p. m. Bread should not only look well and taste well, but it must be made of clean flour by clean bakers in a clean bake shop. Tip-top bread is always made that way, and it conies from the shop to vou in sealed sanitary packages. Get it of the Sperling grocery, 311 North Commercial. The Willamette river is now drop ping back to its regular winter stage 7 feet, 8 inches. The Santiam river, it is reported, has again resumed its nor mal stage while all inflowing wators are gradually going down. Although the Williamette is on ite downward course now, it is not at all likely that extreme low water will prevail from now on until the annual summer stage is in order. Morso.fc RobertBon today filed a con plaint in the circuit court against Lora Rowe and E. M. Rowe to recover $130, alleged to be due for medical servicos performed. County Clerk Gohlhar this morning issued a marriage license to John H, Ilanderbeck and Loise Tweed, both of Salem. Yvonne do Treville is a genuine col orature soprano of wonderful flexibility nnd beautiful quality. SheMs proud to sav that Bhe is an Amorican and stud ied Binging in the United Statos, and that her voice was perfectly placed bo fore going to Europe. An instance of her Yankee pluck is the fact that alio manages her own concert tour this ycai, which is her first tour of the states. She has met with nnboundod success. Do you really wish to know how and what to feed tho different membors of tho family for health and goneral wol fare I Mrs. Robbins, of Oregon Agri cultural college is to give answorB at Central Congregational church, Porry and S. Nineteenth street, this evening at 7:30 o'clock. All personB intorostod aro most conlially invited to hear Mrs. liobtiinH. Attorney-General Crawford yestor day, in placing a construction upon tho tax laws, held tliat if taxes woro not paid April 1, tho amounts remaining unpaid bear interest, and that a ponalty of 1 per cent a month for fivo muuths must bo assessed. Ho said that all un paid taxes became delinquent Septombor 1, and that 1 per cent must be added to the delinquent amount on that dato, and a 10 tier cent ponalty must bo add ed to the amount to draw iutorost at 12 per ceut a year until paid. The wheat market remains unchanged and there is little movement. Eggs are plentiful and prices are coming down, 37 cents being the quotation Thursday. Tho two-bit egg is in sight within the next few weeks. Hop growers refuse to sell at present prices and theto is no movement in the markets. An English dispatch Thursday says: "Demand in creasing, Brewers more Interested. Con tinent firm, but quiet." There was a famine in the celery department of the market at Portland during the early part of the week but this has been re lieved by the arrival of a carload from California Wednesday. PORTLAND MARKETS. Hens, per lb. ... oosters, per lb. ACID STOMACHS Common Sense Advice by a gulshed Specialist Dlstln it must be to you to ave suen a Yet the insolent speech 1, .iTit.Tjits. contained a poignant truth. And the mother recognized this fact too late. "When did you train your boy to obey you so promptly! "sked one mother of another. "My son Is just the age of yours, and I cannot mako him obey. When did you start the Im plicit obedience plan. "As toon as he was born," was the FIRST BTEAMEB PASSES THROUGH PANAMA CANAL CW1TTO MS" lASD WISS.l Colon. Jan. 9,-Tbe first steam ves sel passed through the Panama canal Wednesday. It was the Alexander La vallev, a crans boat, and carried no "Talk About Your Corn-Oettors, "OETS-IT" Surely is the Beal Thing." the new-plan corn cure 'OET81T.' Watch it get rid of that corn, wart, rstliis or bunion in a hurry." "GET8 IT" is as sure as time. It takes two seconds to apply that's all. No bandages te stick and fuss over, no salves to make corns sore and turn true fleh raw snd red, no plasters, no more knives snd razors that msy cause blood poison, no more digging at corns. Just the easiest thing in the world to use. Your corn days are over "(JETS-IT" is guaranteed. It is safe, never hurts healthy flesh. v. i.t sells "GETS IT." P5 cents per bottle, or direct if you wish, from E. Lawrence Co., Chicago, and wii down Mark Savage and Walter Low for the office of fire-chief and street com missioner. We know they were gov erned by the purest motives and bad tho best interests of this city at heart, and we should commend them for hav ing the courage of their convictions in Ignoring the petitions of the leading citizens and taxpayers and insurance companies. Mark Savage probably hasn 't had 13 or 20 years experience In this city as a rireman and fire-chief, and bis being now in the prime of his life and his knowledge of the construction of every building in the city and the state in stitutions is nothing to his favor, nor to the tsxayers, when politics is at stake. As to Walter Low, whose name la a "Acid" stomachs are dangorous be' cause acid irritates and Inflames tho delicate lining of the stomach, thus hindering and preventing the proper ac tion of the stomach, snd leading to nmbablv ninetentbs of tho cases of i stomach trouble from which peoplo suf fer. Ordinary medicines and medicinal treatments are useless In such cases, for they leave the source of the trouble, the acid in the stomach, as dangerous Editor C'Bpital Journal: .Please al low me a little space in your paper to congratulate the good citizens and tax payers of Balom for the personnel of .... M l.A 1.. mttrltf our city coin...., ... v..-. .utrallo1 1... nl..l,f tunarf u.ri. w -.v. .. .- 10in "ft mviwj IS.. . ,, . . , . .,, (L anu us xormaiiuii irvc..iw., i best thing for this purpose is a tea spoonful of Disunited magnesia, a sim pie anti cide, taken in a little warm or cold water after eating, which not only neutralizes the acid, but also pre vents the fermentation from whi acidity is developed. Foods which or dinarily cause greatest distress may be eaten with impunity If the meal is fol lowed with a little bliuratod magnesia, which can be obtained from any drug gist, and should always bo kept handy, ' WOULD GET LIFE. Grain, x iour, Teed, Etc. Wheat Track prices: Club, 85c; Bluestem, 95c; Fortyfold, 8580c; Red Russian, 84c; Valley, 85o. Millstuffs Bran, $20.50 per ton; shorts, $2223j. middlings, $30. Flour Patents, $4.00 per barrel; straights, $4.00; exports, $3.653.80; valley, $4.60; graham, $4.60; whole wheat, $4.80. Corn Whole, $36; cracked, $37 per ton. Hay Fancy Idaho timothy, $1718; fancy eastern Oregon timothy, $1516; timothy tnd clover, $1415; timothy and alfalfa, $131S; clover, $8.5010; oais and vetch, $10U; cheat, 1011; valley grain hay, $10(511. Oats No. 1, white, $2525.60 per ton. Barloy Feed, $2425 per ton; brew ing, nominal; rolled, $2728, Groceries, Dried Fruits, Etc. Dried Fruits Apples, lOo per lb.; currants, 10c; apricots, 1214o;' peach es, 8llc; prunes, Italian, 810o; sil ver, 18c: figs, white and black, 6 7Vjc; raisins, loose Muscatel, 6 7c; bleached Thompson, , Ilo; un bleached Sultanas, 8Mic; seeded, 7Mt Coffee Roasted in drums, 1832u per lb. Nuts Walnuts, 19MiO per lb.; Brazil tits, 20c; filberts, 15c; almonds, 20c; pecans, 17c; cocoanuts, 90c$l per doz. Salt Granulated, $14 por ton; half ground, 100s, $10.25 per ton; 50s, $11 ier ton Beans 8mall white, $C00; large white, $4.75; Lima, $0.30; pink, $4.00; red Mexicans, 6c; bayou, $4.40. Rice No. 1 Japan, 55'jc; cheaper grados, 4 Vic; southern head, 56c. Honoy Choice, $3.253.75 per case. Sugar Fruit and berry, $5.20; Hono lulu plantation, $5.15; beet, $5; Extra C, $1.70; powdered, barrels, $5.45; cubes, barrels, $5.20. Fruits and Vegetables. Qreon Fruit Apples 00c$2.25 per box; pears, $1(21.00 por box; grapes, Malagas, $7.00(t$8.50 per kog; Emper ors, $3.73(54 per keg; grapes, crates, $1.752; casabas, 'jG per lb.; cran berries, $11 per barrel. Vegetables Cabbage, 11Mi0 per lb.) cauliflower, $11.25 per doz.; cucum bers, 4045o per doz.; eggplant, 7c per lb.; head lettuce, $22.25 per crate; peppers, S7o per lb.) radishes, 1012c per doz.; tomatoes, $1.60 per box; gar lic, 12Vj per lb.; sprouts, lie per lb.) artichokes, $1.60 per doz.; squash, 1 per lb.; pumpkins, IVjO per lb.) eelery, 5075e per doz. Potatoes New, 75c$l per ewt.t sweets, $2.25 per crate. Onions Orogou, $2.18 per sack. Dairy and Country Produce. Butter Oregon creamery, solid pack, 80c per lb.; prints, box lots, 84c. Eggs Oregon ranch, 45c per doc Cheese Oregon Triplets, lOMic; Dai sies, 17c; Young America, 18o. Veal Fancy, 1316o por pound. Pork Fancy, llo per lb. Provisions. Hops 1913 contracts, 23c; 1912 crop, 141bs., 1D20cj picnics, HVSic; cottage roll, 17VjC, Bacon Fancy, 2?29cj standard, 21Vd25c; English, 2122. Lard In tierces, choice, 14c) com pound, 9c. Dry Bait Meat-Backs, dry salt, IS 14e; haeks, smoked, 14M,15Vic; bellies, dry salt, 14Vie; smoked, 18c. Smoked Meats Beef tongues, 25ei dried beef sets, 22c; outsldos, 20c; in nldes, 23c; knuckles, 21o. Pickled Goods Barrels, pigs feet, Wool Eastern Oregon, 1016e per lb.; valley, 1618c. Mohair Choice, 2526e per lb. Hides Salted, 12e per lb.) salted ealf 1617c; salted kip, 12c; salted stag, 6VjC; green hides, lle; dry hides, 21e; dry calf, No. 1, 25c ; dry stags, 12(3 18e. Country butter, per lb. 30 Eggs, per dozen 40e LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKET. Bran, per -ion $25.00 Shorts, per ton - $27.00 Wheat, per bushel 80s Oats, per bushel , , , Maas Chittlm Bark, per lb. 4H5 Hay, Timothy $15.00 Oats and vetch $12.00 Clover, per ton $Q"Q Cheat, per ton .. $11.00 Battel and Eggs. Butterfat, per lb., f. o. b. Salem....87e Creamery butter, per lb. 37s Poultry. Fryers 12 lie 8 Steers. Steers)' Cows, per cwt Hogs, fat, per lb . Stock ogs, per lb Ewes, per lb pring lambs, per lb. Veal, according to quality Pelts. Dry, per lb. 78 .45e ..89s .7 to 7o 4 45 .ll18fl 8e Salted country pelts, each .65c$l Lamb pelts, each 25e - SNAP If you want a home, or make a good investment, look this up at once. House, barn, 14 lota, close in. Price $2300 terms. Another One. Five acres of fine land, well im proved, with stock and all implements. Price $2600; torms. Owner going away. Owner will sacrifice to make a quick deal. BECHTEL & BYNON, 347 State Stroet. Tho old funliionod man who used to put away a pound of ham, six eggs, loaf of bread and four cups of coffee for breakfast now has a son who get a hearty moal out of an absinthe frappe and a cigarette whon he gets up iu the morning. GLASS OF SALTS Judge Sullivan acquitted a ball play er becauso he had a batting average of .287. If one of the White Sox were to drift into that court he would lie sent over for life. If Your Back I Aching or Bladder Bothers, Drink Lots of Wator And Eat Leas Meat. Whon your kidneys hurt and your hack fools soro, don't get scared and proceed to load your stomach with a lot of drugs that excite the kidneys ami Irritate the entire urinary tract. Keep your kidneys clean like you keep your bowels clean, by flushing them with a mild, harmless salts which re moves the body's ruinous waste and stimulates them to their normal activ ity. The function of the kidneys is to filter the blood. In 24 hours they strain from it 500 grains of acid and waste, so we can readily understand the vital importance of k wiping the kidneys act ive. Drink lost of water1 you can't drink too much; also got from any pharmacist about four ounce of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful In a glass of water before breakfast each morning for a few days and your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for genera tions to clean and stimulate clogged kidneys; also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer is a source of Irritation, thus ending bladdor weak ness. Jad Salts is Inexpensive; cannot in- tnra mnknft a. ilrtlluhtful f fervescent $14; regular tripe, $10) honeycomb , i(hitwatur urinl( whlch ev6rvon6 AmU . .10. 1 u 4nK..u aoo. 1 1. ' tripe, $12; lunch tonngues, $22; lambs tongues, $40. Hops, Wool, Bides, Eta. I take bow and then to keep their kid neys clean and active. Try this, also keep up the water drinking, and no Hops 1913 contracts, 20c J 1912 crop, doubt you will wonder what, became of lomlnsl. jo.'.r kidney trouble end backache.