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MONDAY JULY 27, 1914 Jill? DAILY fi i rnriDvw PUBLISHED BY CAPITAL JOURNAL PRINTING CO., Inc. CHARLES H. PISHES EDITOR AND MANAGER PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY, SALEM, OREGON SIBSCKII'TION Daily, by Carrier, per year $5.20 Per month. . Daily, by Mail, per year...., 4.00 Per month.. Weekly, by Mail, per year 1.00 Six months. .45c ..15c .SOc FILL LKASKD W1KK TKLKOKAl'H KKPOKT The Capital Journal carrier boys are Instructed to put the papers on the HnMh T ... mm4. . J .VI. 1 . CV1..U. mo Muca uut uu mis, jiu35c you, or neglects getting the ji' " juu uu wuio, nmuiy paone xae circulation manager, as this Is the only way we can determine whether or not the carriers are following Instructions. THr MkIm O.I , uvuv it o THE IMPENDING EUROPEAN WAR. i USTRIA has declared war flFfimst. Sppvin A As a result of this action Europe is facing the greatest crisis of years. After a long period of com parative peace, purchased at the cost of maintaining . i j ii i i , . vast ai-imes anu navies, ine sparK nas become ignited wmcn may oecome a iierce name ot war and bloodshed. Russia may naturally be expected to take up arms in uujense vi ivu inue Kingdom 01 servia, already weakened by the Balkan struggle, and In nn pnnrlir.inn fn wir Wonri the assaults of her stronger neighbor. Only fierce inter- jicti uisseiisiuus m me great Muscovite empire may pre vent such a step, and it is assumed that Austria figured on this possibility when her rulers decided on a course of war. If Russia should feel that the wiser course is to keep hands off, then the struggle will be short-lived and ouivih win ue uismemoerea ana virtually blotted off the map. On the other hand, if Russia does the natural and expected thing and comes to the rescue of the Serbs, Ger many will be forced into line with Austria and France may sieze the opportunity to cross the Rhine and attempt the recovery of territory lost in the struggle with her traditional Teuton enemy when the armies of Napoleon III. were vanquished at the memorable battle of Sedan The eyes of the world, therefore, will be centered upon Russia during the next few da vs. Th quickly or not at all. , The effect of a great war in Europe will be world-wide and is greatly to be deplored. Time was when American stumers were Deneiittea iinancially by foreign wars be cause the price of cereals was advanced. This was espe cially true when wheat-growing countries like Russia were involved. Conditions, however, have changed ; great y in the past decade. The civilized world in smaller in u uuMiiess sense because more closely connected by . transportation and commercial ties, and war and unrest in any considerable portion affects all nations more or less uiuaviucuuy. me united states, for instance, has be come a great exporter of manufactured goods, especially of machinery and implements, and the loss of this busi ness, consequent upon a great European war, would more than offset an increase in the price of cereal products War involving the, Balkan states-Turkey, Italy, Greece and northern Afnca-and the anarchy in Mexico during the past three years have undoubtedly had much to do with the iinnncia depression and general unrest which pre vails throughout most of the world at the present time ine financing of military operations and placing of war loans have tended to divert the money of the world out ol the ordinary business channels, and the commerce of to regard a sworn statement of the tnina VAr qq fa loo an A untrustworthy. - The appropriations committee, by proving that it has more faith in the common honesty of the average citizen, has demonstrated that it is fairly representative of pop ular opinion. Businessmen do not habitually perjure themselves. The National Cash Register guilty of unlawfully restraining trade by the Michigan supreme court Saturday, was fined $10,000 as a punish ment. Here is the weak sunt in the 1 tion of such statutes as those bearing on big business The sole punishment is a fine, and this is neither punishment nor deterrent. If the cornnrAfinn is pann-hf nrjK v, a . . . r -v.. . vuu6m im ure guuus it is lined, and the fine is nn v n trifio - - . . j vumumcu i,u me BUm mnrla tr thn mn ntnn -f 4-U 1 if n . . ..lu,uv mc uuiaumi vi me laws, n tney are caught violating the law, they give up a small portion of their illegally-gained money, and have a fine surplus, while if they are not caueht. thev retain tho wrmio waj nt obtained by violating the law. It is a game of, "If caught I win and if not caught I win more." This class of crimes win ue stoppeu wnen lines are done away with and the , ...vv, iimiiagcia die aeia 10 jail JUSt Colonel C. E. S. Wood. Mrs. Ahiaail snff nr,;, j , . - 1" "vun uiuuvrav itUU unicia nave aeiiL ;i ,r nvram rr i n r nanna n n ,: e i ... Z.9 , vun.viun, uavio, MVIUUUS- sioner ot chanties at B ackwpll Tsl rho tni-niKlQ rn-,ri; v. f TJ1 -nj.i i V . v..v. .v.uiv iccumg ui xjctivey jueison, wno, emulatine lira PnnlrViiin- i it. - t ... . O iio. i uuiumisu is Li ving liih nnntrnr Brfiiro "ho ii K .. """" iHC icic- gram expresses the feeling of the majority of the Ameri can people, no doubt. If the woman ia fnvnioVi and deliberately chooses to starve herself to death, that uusuiess, ana ners aione. forcibly feeding her in order to save her from her own sfrllhhnrnnocc ic o nmnfi I il , , COVfC VfX uoui ume ana iood. STATEMENT SHOWS BOYS FEED CAPACITY Company M Went TJnde Sam $25.42 Better on Hut Teed Program Had Vanilla, Eggs and Some Mustard. Roosevelt must have the when he can damage the character of Boss Barnes to the From every standpoint, great wars are to be deplored and at this time there is danger of a fierce struggle which .. .. ns enect upon the prosperity and progress of the nations of the world. King Peter seems to hnvp mn't. tha tv.r.n c..: Tit ti;.. ; ; . r ui. dvia jui ui me ngni time ior nis own good. Greatest Forces For Discouraging Hostile Outbreaks Are Strong Arrnies and "Navies .: '-K..., By Dr. CHARLES W. ELIOT. President Emeritus of Harvard UnivWiiy STRONG armies ami navies are the greatest forces for discourain.' hostile outbreaks. BROADLY SPEAKING. THERE ARE SEVEN ROADS TO PEACE. THEY ARE THE ESTABLISHMENT IN EVERY CIVILIZED COUNTRY OF COMMISSIONS COMPETENT TO PREVENT WRONGS AND MISERIES, WHICH ARE THE CHIEF CAUSES OF WAR, PUBLICITY IN GOVERN MENTAL TRANSACTIONS; LESS SECRECY IN MANUFACTURING PROC ESSES, WHICH ARE FRUITFUL CAUSES OF JEALOUSYj MORE PUBLIC 8PIRIT AMONG INDIVIDUALS, WHICH WOULD LEAD TO THE APPLI CATION OF PRIVATE MONEY FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS; THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF ELEMENTARY EDUCA TION; THE MAINTENANCE OF A STRONG ARMY FOR THE PREVEN TION OF INTERFERENCE FROM WITHOUT AND DECAY FROM WITH IN, AND THE MAINTENANCE OF A STRONG NAVY FOR COASTAL DE FENSE AND THE PROTECTION OF COMMERCE. INCOME TAX INQUISITORS. WHERE are Wholesome inrlionfi 1, ' ii ? aouiufcium null the congressional leaders believe if Secretary Mc Adoo enrmnr nnllonf fl : i -,i . J . . - v.v. lwc JIW;uinu mx witnout a special vateSrS1!!'":' to. W t. the pri. tv,,v V UKru 11 Mluu'u remain unco ected. I he house commits nn 0,.:i: i. . i , . ., -vvv- "mmi uiu laLiuiis nas leinspfi rn ii " luc iiupusmuii oi a line of swoon UOOn a onrnnmri demands. comply with their In England, where the income tax has been in onera tion for years, they do not think it necessary to re sort to any such system of espionage as the secretary of the t re. sury advocates. The taxpayer there is SSted i if were an honest man. There seems to be a dbposltfon here Lapp & Bush, Bankers Transact a General Banking Business Safety Deposit Boxes Traveler's Checks ;.;& THE ROUND-UP A jury trial in Jiiiljje (iuten's court at iiirimiui trust a i-si anil lirouubt m a vi'nlu't insult! ot thicc iniiiutt's. This snoivl rfior.l wus iluo to tlu fn.'t tlmt tho jiiiljjo dirci'tod tlioni to bring in tui veriiu-t Him hail it written for them. l'nrtlaiul offii'iuU nn iiiiz.IimI nr tho (iisi'osition ot the property left by pmipers dying in the enmity poor house. The siinm are small but nearly every pauper has a trifle of nionev iir some. thiii), niul the uuestton is what to Uo Willi it. The Market board at Portland has divided to bar fish and oliuroli bazaars from the public market. Civil Kelly nged 14 fell from the top of a four story building at Portland Wednesday, and is at the hosidtal in a serious conditio!! in consequence. After eleiiniiiy uu nluint. i! nit!) nn bad vhacks the Hrtists who iMHxeil Ihrtin on rortiaiiti peoie nave evidently left ine cuy or are scared, as none of their checks liaf shown up for two days. Migene Stephens, a St. John bnv win a.vidently shot in the side while'huiit- injr Thursday night, lie wil recover. Twelve motorists were fine.l in I'nrt. land Pridav. most of them fr 1 11 ruin ir comers without noinir 141st the middle of the street. 'operation for appendicitis, went to the hospital and had tho 01 oration perform ed and his mother knew nothing of it until it was all over. The Southern Pacific will place all its lines in the state under the block system. Of its 341 miles of main line in the state 115 are alreadv under this system, but it is not continuous. A lllllllt. for distill inor nil nf luntu. , ft v" l'M''w mint is beiiicr installed on tho I)m.nl.l Campbell farm two ami n hnlf mil... north of Siirintrfield whri Aft i.n oen and u. H. Tod.l, of Eugene, have ' acres planted to mint. They expect to ITOt 40 pounds nf nil t'r.lin Harv nii. acres, which would be worth ifl500, or fin,)U for the 40 acres. The total eost of fredine M comnanv. tho 8alem organization ol the Oregon national guards, which consisted, at Camp Murray, Gearhart, of 43 enlisted men, duriag the 10 days of tho recent encampment was l.)U.92. Of this sum iuo uuueii oiaies government allowance was Vl.tl.42. Tho average cost per man was 27 cents ner dav. Tho i.i. )ance. A'J. will ha ....iA .... . , ..... v iiiniiu iiji irviu me r'""i iimus or ine companv. M company, accordingly, fed $2,5.42 ucner man tne government rations al lowed. Por instance, the government uumc uu provision 111 tne soldier s bill of fare for such things as oatmeal for breakfast, yet M company used 10 pounds; it did not allow catsup or mus tard or cantaloupes, yet M companv had three bottles of the former ami 20 of tho latter; the government did not pro vide for vanilla to fin Vflr th intra nr. uuuimiis, oranges, or eggs, yet Jl com- I'uujr u.icii mi dozen or tne latter. Anione the more anhitn ine Hoverninpiit iini artnr.i w..a oeer, tne allowance of which was 3.1i pounds. The comnanv nso.l ".11 1. less than the allowance. A It hnn 1) Ii Hiarc was av poiinns or Dacon allowed then was none used bv the Snlnm hn.-o i,. er items of interest wer hrem! niinw. anco 415 pounds, 314 pounds' used; beans, allowance 30 Hounds, n-l nnnn.lu used; potatoes, allowance, 330 pounds, uuu pounns used; prunes, allowance 15 pounds. 35 Pounds lined: ilrin.l .,., .1,., allowance 3 poiinds. 30 coffee, allowance 28 pounds, 75 poinds uacii; cans or nuiK, allowance 12 cans, 112 cans used; no .jelly, peachts, or ce reals were in tho allow'n lliP. Vtif M inm. pauy naa iu pounds of jelly. 21 onn: of peaohrs nnl seven cartons "of cereals. Dollars are like soldiers a few hundred of them together can often turn defeat into vic tory. Scattering, they can't hope to win. Conserve your forces make this safe bank your arsenaland you can muster them into service when you need them to take advan tage of some good opportunity. 4 per cent on savings, and an account may be opened with one dollar. United States National Bank Of Salem, Oregon The Old Way U'REN WILL HAVE TO : POSSIBLY ABE REUF BE- HAPPY WITH ONE MAY GET PAROLED "T'I S,T --T ill. .. The old time wav was nana nn.i aim. pie; when we were sick we took some pills, and cured the rheiimatiz or pim- pie, ana meagre were our doctor bills. We did not blame the microbe critters for all our ailments, pains and aciies; we simnlv took a dose of bit ters, and then we whipped our weight in snakes. Mv i?rn. ny, iu an old poke nonnet, her form at tired in ancient garb, would seek the meadnwlnml n,i,l nn i, woiiiu mint ana una the healing am. ah noxious weeds that smelted ind tasted like something flmf ho.l long been dead, were nmc'i inn iu ue wasted: rnev tinmr in l,,.n,.l,..a nie sneu. rnii orten I nnvn hn a On, Of boneset ten. sknncr rnnt nr so,.o. my granny 'd brew the evil flagon, and i must uriiiK it, or sne'd rage, la those old times folks kent nn living until they shrnuk and blew away; their womenfolk were alwnrs iririnir i,o, cups of yarb tea, day by dav. The latuor lived till hn via iiinlir nr beard of germs, his loutr venm thrmmh. when he was feeling toug:i a pint ho iu nonesei uraiiK, ana solace knew But in these modern davs microbev. dis eases are expensive thinus- fmm inn. ach ache to hydrophoby, they run up luciur uuis, oy jings. ftVitml.li tftt. i. Ailaiui N't'ttspaper 8rrlisi A dispatch from Oresrnn fitv Slit :ir day shows C'Ken undcrided since See rotary Olcott holds he cannot run ind pendent and also as the nnmluon nf fh proniuirion party. The dispatch says: . .W,8. U 'Ren. who received th nm liibitiou nomination for governor, anil wno naa uceiarea several months before his selection by the "drys" that he tvQitld' run as an independent, received word from the secretary of state today mat nis name could not be put on the ouiiot twice, as Mr. u iten first had in-tended. Mr. TJ'Ren said this evenimr thof ho numii not maae nis cnoice ior at least three or four davs. The Question is n tmnnrtanf nba in my campaign," said Mr. U'ficn. "It is not aione a matter which concerns myself, but mv prohibition friends nn.i those who want me to run as an inde pendent. If he stays with the "drys" he will be forced to ignore nrineinlen whinh ne advocates, tree from anv nartv ran . . iroi, I ban Quentin, Cal., July 23. The stat board of prison directors met in tha state prison here today to consider tha I advisability of immediately paroling I Abe Rtief, former political boss of San. Francisco, who is serving a 14-year aen tenee iu connection with the San Fran I Cisco graft Prosecutions. j The board is composed of five rnetn- bors. Two, Warren R. Porter and Charles Sontag, favor paroling Euef, while Dennis Duffy and Charles Neu millor are opposed to auch action. Charles McLaughlin,-who recently suc ceeded Tirey L. Ford as a member of the board, has made no statement ia regard to the matter, unit it ia r known just where he stands, on the qws- iiun. Why is it that so manv oirla liWo n watch the trains come in We ilnn 't know, but wonder if there would be such a fascination if they weren 't mail trains. , . MURDER IN FIRST DEGREE. San Francisco, July 25. Murder ia the first degree with a recommendation for life imprisonment was the -verdict returned by a jury here oiy in the case of Donald Anderson, accused of the murder of Lewis Seymour, a street car conductor, on April 20 last. An derson, the evidence showed, boarded a California street car and Ordered Sey mour, at the point of a revolver, to throw up his hands. Seymour refused and Anderson shot him down. BREAKERS HOTEL GFBFU THE BREAKERS HOTEL, Breakers, Washington Mrs. Sarah A. Chase has filed nii at Ore gon City to enjoin the city from uoing any work in connection with the approaches to the iminirinnl ..l..viir at the bluffs in that citv. I C. Kones, formerlv of the Portland police force but now a farmer nf rrl. ton, seld SI Sit cartons of honey, a little more than a ton. in 1'nrtlnn.l Sit,r.ur in four hour and 10 minutes. The price was 1.? cents a eaitou, and the sale yielded :tl7. To prevent his mother wnrrvimr. M. rill Moench, a 20year-otd Albany bov, when he found he must undergo an A POPULAR VERDICT. Based on Evidence of Salem People. Grateful thousands tell of it Of weak backs made strong Of weak kidneys made well I'rinnry disorders corrected. Salem people add their testimony. iiioy praise iioan's Kidney Pills. Salem evidence is now complete. Salem testimony ia confirmed- Reports of early relief substantiated. ;ueru aouuiy proved by test of time. Let a Snlem citizen sneak. John I. Conger, prop, printing shop, mo in. peventeenth St., rialem, aays: "My back got weak and sore and "my Kiuneva am not act a thev should At times I could hardly straighten. Know ing nooui uoe Kidney mis, I used them and they gave me relief from the first. I took Doan's Kidnev Vill. nnlt- snort time to rid me of kidney trou ble." Price 30c at all dealers. Don't simp ly ask for a kidney remedy get Doan'a Kidney Pills the same" that Mr. Conger had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. T. ENERGY MEETS CAPITAL DAILY to the advantage of both and at minimum expense IN THE WANT COLUMNS OF THIS NEWSPAPER. Earl McCov Sentenced. Hillsboro, Ore., July 25. Judge J V. Campbell todnv sentenced Karl Afc Coy to an indeterminate term of from one to five years in the penitentiary tor an assuult for the purpose of l-.di-bery on the person of F. M. Woodcock or lortland. The offense was committed on Gales Creek, in June, when Woodcock w fishing on the McCoy farm. Young McCoy, 1, discharged a shotgun at Woodcock when the aged man was bending over baiting-a hook. Wood cock received the chnrp-o of shnt in tho shoulders and the entire scalp was rais ed. McCoy was captured that night nnd a few days Inter confessed to the shout. ing, saying that he wanted some money for the Fourth of July. At the time of the shooting, McCoy was on parole for the crime of forcine his father's nnme to a check. J. Batchelor. John Arnold find Pntur Kyan, convicted yesterday of burglar izing the Beavert on section hnni lnt spring, received paroles. THE PRICE SHE PATS. There is hardlv an A nowadays who can keep pace with the demands made upon her time and on. ergy without paying the penalty of ill health. It may be that dreadful back ache, dragging pains, headaches, ner vousness or the tortures of a displace ment. It is the price she pays. To women in this condition T.rdin V Pint. ham's Vegetable Compound comes as a blessing and a boon. A simple remedv made from roots and herbs which brings glorious health to suffering women. House of Half a Million Bargains Come anil naa t-ha j . .. ... sell evervThin eB j, r ,n lne "iwory of Salem. We bay and eu everything from a needle to a piece of gold We nav fh hiwt ash pnee for everything. Monster atock ofiS kind.'oYJ?? hl.? H. Steinhork- .Ti --woww. oaiem, uregoa. 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