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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOTTRWAL. SALEM, OHEOOK. SATURDAY. JUKE 6, 19H.
page rotra J Editorial Page o f The Daily Capital Journal SATURDAY JUNE 6, 1914 1 i the innyqpm journal PTTULT3iI ED BY CAPITAL JOURNAL PRINTING CO., Inc. CHARLES H. FISHES ..EDITOR AND MANAGER PUBLISHED EVERY EVE NINO EXCEPT SUNDAY, SALEM, OREGON SUBSCRIPT! OX RATES: Daily, by Carrier, per year Daily, by Mall, per year Weekly, by Mail, rr 3"' ...$3.20 4.00 1.C0 Fer month. Per month Six months..... 45e 33c COc FULL LEASED WIRE TELEGRAPH REPORT The Capital Journal carrier boys art instructed to put the papers oa the porch. If th. carrier does not do this, misjes you, or neglects getting the paper to you on time, kindly phone the circulation manager, as this Is the only way we can determine whether or not the etnters are following instructions. Phone Main 82. WILL IT PLEASE ENLIGHTEN? W HEN the Oregonian wants to prove anything, it in- Leading Gang That Abducted Spurgeon Is Resumed. Otis In East St. Louis William Roselager spelled 1,400 words with never a miss. There were thirtyfive in the contest and it required eleven and one-half hours spelling before the others quit and William was declared the winner. It is a safe bet the youngster will never be a school teacher or a lawyer, and the presumption is fair he will also dodge the printer's trade. and everything else investigated at once. But is there DENIES "ALL PRIESTS anything essential regarding the organization and organization and the over-capitalization of this that is not nAfi VinllE oUMEIxd already known? Many details are not known, but the fi- nancial methods of the Moores and their, associates are Trial r Man who is charged with perfectly familiar to all who are interested in them. If any one is wronged, let him sue the company or its officials. Tr'a nnlv n faw wppUs si'tipp t.Vip Interstate f!nmmerce Com mission made an investigation and published its report.' court here wait nacked todav at the re- Whv should its work be duplicated by the Department of. sumption of the triui of Koi.ert owens, Justice, or the old ground gone over again by the Inter-1 ft y-T state Commerce Commission? - of the KniKi.ts of Luther, on the nini 01 April , iouowiug a tenure uy Hpurgtjon attacking the t'atholie priest hood. Spurgeon testified, yesterday that Owens seeuied to be the leader of the men who entered the room nt the I'ierre hotel, put a strap about his neck ami dragged him outside. Spurgeon swore that he was driven to Hender son, Adams county, badly beaten, par tially disrobed and robbed of $10. He flatly denied that ho said that "all priests aro white slavers." the testimony at today's hearing was very contradictory. former Deputy Sheriff A. B. JIcEl roy testified that at 8 o'clock on the night of April 5 he saw Owens enter the Pierce hotel and emerge later drug ging Spurgeon by tlie collar. H. said Owens was accompanied by several oth er men. Hnrn! Biggs and C. L. "Harding swore they were with Spurgeon when Owens and tho other nun entered the roon. and dragged the minister away. . The defense attempted to establish an alibi. Mrs. Owens testified that her husband was home the entire evening in question after 0:."i0 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Kyley, who said they were guesta at the Owens homo that evening, cor roborated Mrs. Owens' testimonv. Carnegie has given two million more dollars to Pitts- variably quotes itself and finds thus unanswerable burg institutions, one-half going to the Carnegie Institu areument for anything it says, besides proving tion of Technology, and the other to the Carnegie Insti whit it- said before was eminently correct. For tute. This makes the amounts he has given these schools instance in playing the game of the shipping trust wit- sz-i.uuu.uuu. it is admiration ior tne noDie names 01 mese tino-ly or otherwise, it says in an editorial Friday : ! institutions that prompts the generous gifts. "The Oregonian Criticises the Wilson-Underwood tariff . as it criticised the Payne-Aldrich tariff. The one gave Roseburg is to have another newspaper, the Tax Liber-over-protection to the manufacturer; the other gives noator. From its name it is impossible to guess which of protection to the producer of raw materials. ; the candidates is backing it, as it has adopted the slogan "The Oregonian has many times approved the currency of tlie whole bunch for its title page. act of the Wilson administration; but it heartily disap-; proves of the indefensible political gerrymander by which! There is much talk about building "permanent roads." the balance of financial power in the United States was ( When it is demonstrated that this can be done, everybody sought to be placed in minor southern and southwestern will be doing it. Until that time bond issues will have cities. : nai'd sledding. ' "The Oregonian is utterly unable to approve the Presi-j dent's Mexican policy, partly because it is not understand- An item in the Oregonian Friday requested all interest able, and partly because it has brought us to the verge of , ed in original designing to meet at a certain place in Port war' and partly because it has been foreseen that uncer- land. Won't that be a designing lot when they get to tainty, evasion and paltering with a great situation would gether ? lead inevitably to a lowering of our own national stand-, ards and to a worse situation in Mexico. Multnomah county has completed the count for state "It is foolish and unfair to compare the best of the Wil-; of fices, and expects to get through counting the county son regime with the worst of the Tal't regime. Yet if we , official vote within a week or two. Fast work that. were to be asked to choose between Wilson and hard times j . and Taft and good times, we should have no difficulty in dLNow wSuhc'Orcgonian kindly tell its readers, one of j THE ROUND-UP. SchOOlsMllStBeUsed whom we are, what the rate 01 protection siumm uaveit 4 been under the Payne-Aldrich tariff to have been just; n,,, t, stonn thllt SW(,pt (lvor tllP riht? It says it gave over protection; well, now much B!lt Thursday, naming struck tin and to whom and what? Will it kindly then point out just what producers of raw materials should be protected is im.tioned 0My u account of the by the Underwood law, and how much? It must know.nmt.v of lightning strokes in Oregon, since it says they are not protected. Will it then kindly Thirit wm qi:tn nf hM nt enlighten us slow-thinking and perhaps dense country ; r,ti;,d Thursday, and imii is reported -tVll, in ,,.l,ot otrmc Pi-od.lnnr Vilsrm filinillll ll.'lVP Inkon1'"' ' other sections, but the damage AUirv no tvuub on. jjo v..- to prevent the country being brought to the verge of war ' with Mexico? Then will it, in the goodness of its heart,: inform the world where those regional banks should or could have been located, where they would have proved! anv more satisfactory or serviceable to the country than; ti.o annual stock so- nt rnion be- ,' n a i' n i -li "i. 1 11 . 1. 'gan Thursdiiv. I lie weather was not where they are? Alter this is done, will it kindly show ;, ,, ;,. ,,.,,,!,. ,v. ,,ll:,t,d. wherein the times under latt were any better than tinner: at Wilson, despite the wish and the hidden effort of the, money powers to cause a panic for their own unholy pur poses? It indirectly says Wilson and bad times are with us and that Taft and good times are of the past. Will our big contemporary take just a few 'moments to prove any or all of its assertions, and show where and why the world has gone crooked because it did not follow the course pointed out for it by the Oregonian? For Vocational Training By Secretary of Labor WILLIAM B. WILSON 4 lis tnl'ling, according to nil reports. The entire crop of Hood l'i.er char- ne has ueeii sold to :i canning com pany O" at The Halle R INDUSTRIAL AND COM MERCIAL SUPREMACY 13 NOT SO MUCH DEPENDENT UPON CHEAP LABOR AS IT 18 UPON EFFICIENT LABOR. THE HIGHEST STANDARD OF EFFI CIENCY CAN BE BEST ATTAINED In Hands of Jury. Denver, Colo., June 0. The case of Robert Owens, accused of complicity in the aliduetion and maltreatment ol the Kev. Otis Spurgeon of the Knights of Luther, following a lecture by Spur geon, in which he attacked the Catho lic priesthood, was ia the jury's hands today, The closing arguments were fin ished, tho judge's instructions given to the jury nnd the 12 men lucked up to deliberate late Friday." (.'unit attend ants tmiil no verdict was in sight this morning. Spurgeon nnd others swore, yester day afternoon, that Owens was not only nmong but led tho abductors. In describing his appearance they said he wore a gray suit and a derby hat. Mrs. Owens and other witnesses for the defense testified that Owens was at homo tho entire evening of April 5, when Spurgeon waa abducted, that he was wearing a blue serge suit nt the tiaie and that he owned neither a gray suit nor a derby hat. TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. Notice is hereby given that the t'ouaty Superintendent of Marion County, Oregon, will hold the regular examination of applicants for State Certificates at the Saleai High School, as follows: Commencing Wednesday, June 17, 19U, at 9 o'clock a. ui., and continuing until Saturday, June 20, 114, at 4 o'clock p. m. WEDNESDAY FORENOON. Writing, lT. 8. Historv, 1'hysiology. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, rhysical Geography, Reading, Com position, Methods ia heading, Methods iu Arithmetic. THURSDAY FORENOON. Arithmetic, History of Education, Ilsvchologv, Methods in Geography. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. Grammar, Geography, Americaa Lit erature, 1'hysics, Methods in Language, Thesis for Primary Certificate. FRIDAY FORENOON. Theory and Practice," Orthography, English Literature, Chemistry. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. School Law, Geology, Algebra, Civil Government. SATURDAY FORENOON. Geometry, Botanv. SATURDAY AFTERNOON. General History, Bookkeeping. W. M. SMITH, County School Superintendent. "MOTOR ROW PROSPEROUS. New York, June 0. "Motor Row" upper Broadway todny freely en dorsed Secretary of Commerce Red field's claim at Raleigh yesterday that so far as the automobile business is concerned tho country is as prosperous as could be desired. Frederick Jones, manager of tho Maxwell agency; Alex Mac Donald, representing the Ford company, and A. G. Southward, the Buick agent, were nmong thoso who declared trade in the metropolitan dis trict heavier than ever before this year and prospects for the future must fluttering. The New NO. 10 MODEL Is the typewriter of triple service. It writes It bills It types cards. All iubuilt in one Master Machino, at one first cost not a dollar of extra cost to the purchaser. Think of the tremendous advaatage of one standard model with all thesa various uses one typewriter with the combined advantage of many. To appreciate it you should try it. As to have it demonstrated. W. I. Staley, Salem Representative. CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE Address a postal ard to OUT T OP THE BUT, Salem, Ore., and get a itoe copy of the magazine s that brings tito buyer and seller i of real estate together without i commission. t t NEWEST AND LARGEST LEVI ATHAN DOCKS AT NEW YORK 1 and tint show t tendance is gmii Six divorces were granted by Judge Hamilton nt Koseburg, Thursday. All were b:ed on desert ion. Stm k for the Greshnm cannery is being taken inpidly, ami it. is thought the organization can be completed by the middle of the month. TWO RAILROAD PROBLEMS, w T IS, perhaps, a little confusing to tho public to have linker's postal records for May show a ilL'.l per cent increase in receipts as compared with receipts for May, 191:1. 'Oullns has modem ideas," says t'.ie Observer. "The water wagon has been . i ti i i" i simi ciami'i ov rue on wiuron, eun me two railroad problems undergoing investigation atstrVets are the better for it." the same time, and it may be a common impression i ... ,i .1. . i. .....Li .... ..., i l.. . I The amount of ro" 1 work done in uiai uiey are uw samu proou-m, ur mv- uuM-iy cun-;,.; cmnty 0H 0l,0(4- Kon,u 1nv wi IlCCted. j total in the neighborhood of if 1000, nc- This is not the case. They are entirely distinct, and the j So'lf; '' ro,,n,-v decision in one case does not involve the decision in the! " other. One is a problem of the present, and the other, of j J; 0tf '.Vl: the past, une concerns me amount tne customers ot tneiK. narinn. who win henceforth devote voir) clinnlil nnv fnr tVu SIM-Vlfp. SJlil tint nthov mnravna li"If entirely to the lleppner Herald xi. J Luv.f..l 41 P e ii..- . ."""',' ' " very li.sty n.lant, though Hie liegl fU 01 iaiUlXUlML- ill ihc ix.-1.iui numce UJ. lUCH jbut five weeks old 1 .. 11 1 ' . i.1. . .. M-. l 1 . i duties wnicn was snown in uie past uy ranroaa directors i and financiers. It would have been better if the Now Haven investiga Medford Mail Tribune: The heat of the last few days has about removed every vestige of snow from Mount j L l i ii ..4.'.., rpi. ; ,i. i' ttagner. nenrv y a ng inn writes lrom linn hud nwiiecnH onnio at till' t n it hit litvocr wririnn n-oc .. "... ......... nuii nun wv.nu i i.u tjuiuv, I'vuv i wa.iv. v . i v yniuiini ttiiitne iwue l.euge ilistnct tliat tlie snow into actions of previous vears, under a management which ,m i'-'w'ared from mi except th V NA0LE J '""--7 ixidle t'U; )N OF V VC" ' V ? TRAINING THE MINDS AND MUSCLES OF OUR PEOPLE' WHEN THEY ARE IN THE IM PRESSIONA AND FLEX YOUTH. THAT f - MEANS THAT r 1 1 r erunm C """- by American Press MUST BE UTIL- Association. IZED AS THEY HAVE NOT BEEN IN THE PAST, FOR PURPOSES OF VOCATIONAL TRAINING. To ncconiplish the desired results students oC sociology and econom ic, together with legislative bodies, liust bo brought into harmonious delations with each other in order that UNITED ACTION CAN BE HAD ALONG PROPER LEGIS LATIVE LINES. Tho intelligent energy displayed by tho National Association for the Promotion of Industrial Education in handling this subject matter has already giv en it n legislative prominence which it could not otherwise have had. But it was very liable to effect public i opinion in the rate case Of course, Mr. LaFollette wants the Rock Island system Teelgrnph linemen are now out 43 SACRAMENTO GRANTS PEN j SIONS TO SCHOOL TEACHERS i Sacramento, Pal., June 5. The state board of education has toilay consuier- Xew York, June 5. Assisted by 111 tugs, the Aquitnnia, one of the newest and largest vessels afloat, docked here today on her maiden trip, .hc carried 1,072 passengers asd n crew of one thousand. Arpiitiinia completed her first voyage in five dnvs nnd l(i hours, breaking all records fur maiden trips, flie aver aged 2-1.21 knots throughout the voy age. Thousands of persons were about the der when the big liner docked. Cap tain V, T. Turner, former skipper of the I.nsitai. a and Mauretnnin, is in command of the Aquitnnin. JAP, SHOWING SIGNS OT LEPROSY, MAY BE DEPORTED Tueonin, Wash,, Juno 5. Admitted to a private sanitarium here 10 days ago for treatment for erysipelas, K. Tnku iln. a Japanese mill hand, was today placed in an isolated ward at tho insti tution after his ailment gave suspicions signs of being leprosy, according to physicians who examined him. With out waiting to determine definitely whether Takuda is a victim of this ter rible disease, those in charge of the sanitarium conferred with immigration officials and the Japanrse will bo ta kea to Seattle some time todny for deportation. Into the Sunlight A BUSY DIGESTION means health and strength It is from this source that tho waste portions of the body are daily renewed. The first sign of weakness in the Stlmach, Liver or Bowels suggests a trial of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS WHEN YOU GO AWAY Have The Journal sent to your Summer address "THE OLD RELIABLE" AT DRUGfclhTS.OR VtlAL BOX BY MAK.50t FflOM PLAIiTEN 95 HENRYST. BM00KIYN.N Y. -"BEWARE OF IMIWIOWB- miles from Kiiger.o with the v,rc ' twin! j,-0 li(.atiollg from school teachers 1 strung along the Willamette Pacific for r,ti'rilent pensions from the. I?''- n ,s,",.rtlVl'inee far-1 toJ 32i pnC)1 3G until next ses- I tl.er and they will be into toe i-inslnw Um nm, vn tako ,), remaining Lapp & Bush, Bankers Transact a General Banking Business Safety Deposit Boxes Traveler's Checks coiinin, gniug mat section or the ,lf f. ,, .lUcussion. Ahuim county telegraphic service, the first th7is0 nnvnriled for long nnd faithful in its history. 'service were: tmm !. Code of San ... Francisco, for 42 vears a teacher in the The (.rants Vass ( onrier. comment- .lt0 metropolis; H. T. Black of San nig on the sworn statements of Jose-' l)ilgo fornur state superintendent of phiiio county windidates' MpenseVseue-,,,,,. Daniel B. Amick of Oceanside, savs: A remnrknblf feature of the who , bwn n teacher 00 vears; Mrs. statements is the fact that not a cigar George Goodell. of Jackson; Marcia C. or a drink was purchased by a Jose- Hmdburv. of .stiK'kton, and Amelia C. phine county candidate to give to con- Karlv, of Shasta. stituents before tho primary election.! '' ' Th expenses are largely for the pur- VOTE WAS UNANIMOUS. chase of publicity, and in many eases the candidates have not only filed the Editor Journal: Will you please receipted bills but have also attached publish the recent vote on the dog or the cancelled clicks to the affidavits dinanee as possed bv tho council last filed with the clerk." Monday night VOTER. ''I 5 v Oil, cut out the vain repining, cease thinking of dole and doom! Come out where tho sun is shining, come out of tho cave of gloom! Come out of your hole and borrow a package of joy from me, and s:iv to vour secret . i sorrow, ' ' I 've no ' loimer use. for thee!'' For troub les, which arc do- i .V ' hiding, are timorous .:. beasts, I sav; they At stick in the cent t? V "' who's brooding, and nee irom tne gent who's gay. The gateways' of Eldorados are open, all o'er the earth; come out of (he House of Shadows, and dwell in thel House of Mirth. From Boston to far! Bobcaygeon the banners of glad ness float; oh. grief is a rank contagion, and mirth is the antidote. And most of pur woes would pe.rish, or leave us. on fable wings, if only we didn't cher ish and coddle the blame fool things. Long since would your woes have scampered away to their native fogs, but they have been fed and pamjiered li k e poodles or hairless dogs. And all of these facts should teach you it 's wise to be bright and gay; come out whtre the breeze ran reach you, and blow all your grief away. J. t. Yuen EXPERT CHINESE DOCTOR Established 1887. Our wonderful Nature remedies vill give you benefit. Others will tell you of the remarkable cures that have resulted from their use. Appendicitis cured with out the aid of the knife. Female trouble, bright'3 disease and all other dis orders of the human sys tem yield to our treatment. Testimoniels from many grateful patients are on file in our office for your inspection. Sold only by Yuen Wo Medical Co. 167 South High St. Salem, Oregon. t SalemFence Works R. B. FLEMING, Prop. Headquarters American Wire Fence, Morley's Patent Hop Bas ket Send your orders In now. Big stock of hop and logsnbery wire. Rubber roofing, $1.50 np per square. Elastic roof paint, cant' be beat. Stock of paints and varnishes at 20 per cent duction, three brands. Cedar fence posts and wood and iron walk and drive gatea. 250 Court St. Phone 124 P. O, Box 355. Back of C'McAji ntn& 4 TIT M ' - TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT GOLD DUST FLOUR; Made by , tho SYDNEY POWER COMPANY Sydney, Oregon X Made for Family tue. Ask your grocer for It. Bran and shorts always on hand. ' P. B. WALLACE, Agent X Household Worry Is 99 Per Cent Wash Day Good Riddance by the Laundry Remedy. Linen, blankets, curtains ap parelall come back beautiful when we do your work. Salem Steam Laundry 136 South Liberty Street Phone 25 Dry Cleaning. Ask the Driver House of Half a Million Bargains Come and aee the biggest wonder in the history of Palem. We buy asd eell everything from a needle to apiece of gold. We pay the highest cash price for everythiag. Monster stock of all kinds of grain sacks. H. Steinbock Junk Co. 233 State Street Salem, Oregon. FTione Main 224 TBKEX3SBBX31 Marion Second Hand Store New location. Enlarged apace. Greater variety of new .and second hand goods. We buy, sell and exchange clothing, shoes, musical in struments, all kind of tools, household furnishings, trunks, suit cases, stoves, ranges, men's furnishings, garden tools, etc. We aln sell all jkiaus ui gouus on commission. Marion Second Hand Store ; Ferry and Liberty streets. PLane Main 2329. TTTTTTTTTTTf T 4 X t