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AL. OnEGON 'WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 25, 1013.
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FOUR DAYS - TWICE DAILY iii I u
2 P. L AND 8 P. M.
COMMENCING SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
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DAVID W. GRIFFITH'S
A LOVE ROMANCE OF THE WORLD'S GREAT WAR
S 1,000,000 FIGHTING MEN, 20,000 HORSES,
E MILES of ARTILLERY, MARCH of LEGIONS
E SQUADRONS of AIRPLANES, ETC, ETC., ETC
COMES TO THE OREGON DIRECTLY FROM
ITS BIG RUN of FOUR WEEKS IN PORTLAND
PRICES: Evenings 50c-75c-$l; Matinees 25c-50c-75c
GET YOUR SEATS NOW-SALE STARTS At 1 P.M. THURSDAY
FROM ViEW POINT OF
Boys Who Broke Into Neigh
bors House Considered
Bifore Jmige W. M. Bushev's eourt
a fow ilrj ngo there came up the
groat moral question as to whether I
boy should bo taught to do right be
cause it is rilit, or whether the folks at
i home to 6v him to uudorstand that if
j he dwg wron he may got caught, aim
then must suffer the consequences,
j Sunday, August 17, four loys running
i in ago from J5 to 17 years living in the
j Uarelgreea neighborhood happened to
I meet in ,he road uear a neighbor 'a hoot
I whom they know was not at home nor in
According to the evidence, given bo
fore district attorney Max UeJhar and
County Judge Bushoy, tho boys decided
to rob that neighbor's house. There
seemed to be no question as to nrhethet
it was right. That the bovs knew was
that as the owner was not at home, there
was no chance of getting caught. Ev
' cryone of tho boys was a fine looking
young fellow, of whom any inothot
I might bo proud. But from their viow
' point there was no question brought out
as to whether it was right to steal. Thia
point of view was developed in the erois
examination of each in private.
Tho bnya entered the house and stole
a ring, wntch, pair of cuff buttons,
pocket knife amlf'thcr trinkets. Then
they helped themselves to some jam ami
jelly to finish tho job, feeling secure as
no one was at home.
The owner, upon his return home,
swore out warrants against tho four
hoys ond a few dny ago they were
brought in for trial before tho county
court, their parents accompanying them.
Iu talking with each boy separately,
Mr. Ciolilhar and Judge Bushoy discussed
the imirul side of the question nnj It
developed that while each of the boys
was willing to tell tho truth regurding
the robbery, having been told t0 do so
by their parents, their view of doing
wrong seemed to show that there" had
not been instilled into (he minds of the
boys the thought of doing right because
it is right. Their idea was that one must
not do wrong or ho might get caught.
Tho parents of the four boys puid the
amount of tho loss by the robbery and
as they had told the boys to tell the
truth about it and the boys each one
confessed, the case was dismissed.
But the big problem in the boys'
question ns Judge Bushoy mi, Prosecut
ing Atorney (iehlhnr view it, is whether
or not it is the duty of parents to in
still into tlie minds of their boys tlo
great idea of doing right because it Is
right, and not simply as a mutter of
keeping out of the Hutches of the law.
GREECE WOULD HAVE
(Continued from pngo one)
Opens Friday, at 9 A.M.
Beginning Friday, August 30th, we have plan
ned to conduct a Bargain Balcony Salesroom cover
ing the entire floor space, formerly occupied by
Stockton's Cloak and Suit Department, wherein we
will offer phenomenal values in Wom'en's Coats,
Suits, Skirts and Dresses, secured for our various
stores for that purpose, direct from the manufac-.
turers by our New York buyers.
We are determined to make this place known
as the store where you can find the best values in
For particulars regarding this important event
see our ad in the Capital Journal Thursday, Aug.
29th and watch our window display.
Portland Cloak & Suit Co.
Court & Commercial Sts. Stockton's Corner
nod Saturday and Sunday. Mondny the lent rush would eontinii,, for a week or
British ruptured the Arms-Orange hill, ten dujs. After tho picking begins fur
anj Tuesday continued along tha Arras- the dryers, h said he would continue
C'uinbriii road to a depth of five miles, the shipment of the green prunes und
"iy this movement the British over- thereby il ail thtif , was possible to save
ran tlm llindoiilmrg line one mile en a -the entire crop. However the rush has
itn-ce milo f roll I, been such tho past week that he has
rressuro there against the liermnn been obliged to rofus0 prunes from par-
lines extended on a forty milo front. ties who wero up against a loss unless
ing hard, made timely the appeal of
Ulroece. The armies of the central pow
!ers now hold the northern portion of
jdroeee and threaten to- push farther
I Sending of American troops to Oreece
where they might become engaged
I with Bulgarian forces, raises the ques
tion of declaring war on Bulgaria,
j M inister iiouswn is undecided on the
j advisability of this.
I "Whether it would be necessary for
the railed Slates to declare war on
Bulunria before seudinir trout to
i recce, I cannot say," ho stated. "I
do not know whether It is wise or not.
This is a question the American gov
ernment is in a better position to ans
wer. ' '
FIGHTING ON FISMETTE
Continued from page one)
followed the failure of the railroads fo
provide cars for the emergency although
orders hud been given in Hiuplc time, It
is this shortage of ears that will delay
shipping this week.
l,ikhl car loui's of prunes were ship
pod Mondny and six were sent on their
way east yesterday, Mr. roulin ld
that he was assured of but 13 cars for
immediate delivery and this would keep
the plant going lnif two ilnys.
Ho thought tho business at the pre
nut everywhere nt 5:40 in the morning
and continued all day. At rismetl
the bodies tried to work their way into
tho town, spraying liquid fire toward
the doughboys but with littla success.
The firM rush forced the Americr.ii
to withdrew nomewhat. One of fie
and 2.') men held a bridge frowsing the
Vesle whils the others sought cover,
All attempts of the Germans to reach
the river were boatwn off. As fast
a to. he aiiiM-ared near 'the bridge 1
was cut dtwn by rifle and mael'me
The attack on t'imnette was mad'
by two parties, one from the northeast
and one from the north -t. It was
designed to forca tha Americans baeic
from a small, sharp salient which rn
aided our machine gunners to sweep the
enemy lilies to the east and west.
Our airplanes also were busy in the
vicinity of I'ismette, bombing the
German infantry heavily while our in
fantry was attkin(t Baxurhei. The
latter village was smashed and oeerly
levelled by American artilly.
Continued from pagfl one)
On Tuesday a uew offensive began
opposite b'oye ovct a ten utile front,
vniH'itig two ;iiil"N. Itoye, an Important
railroad eentet, js in allied hands along
with Important terrain.
To tho east the pleasure extendi) over
a fifty mile frurt.
This morning, nccording to the French
official stiitenient a deep salient has
been driven In the Oerinnn line, Nesle
has been reached and allied forces are
now within t''u mills of t lie Homme and
the British nr, still progressing beyond
the Bin leubiirj line.
i ho Aiuirinn attack in Albania has
succeeded in driaa the Italians back
to Bertit. This means the loss of most
of the successes gained by the Italians
somo week since
SALEM FRUIT UNION
(Continued from page one)
the groin prunes could bo sold. With the
present' warehouse facilities and short
age of labor, Mr. rnutn, found th"t he
hud really morn; than he Vould at turd
In in cuing for the members of the un
ion. The Mime conditions apply to the
irnventelu apples, The present work
ing conditions nrg stkh that the union
will be able to care for only its mem
bers and will therefore be obliged to re
fuse shipments of those mq nsiocintcd
Oiecn prunes are shipped to various
poins In the east, All are billed direct,
to Oiimlin lu cur lots and distributed
from Hint point. In the big rush to dis
pose of tho crop here, cars are loaded
and sent on the way east 11 "'1 ""''I whilj
rolling, But with the almost total fail
ure of tho Jditho crop, the demand for
CASTOR I A
For Inf;wts and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
green prunes is assured and the Million
.mil Polk eumity members of the Vniit
I'liioti are assured of hijjher prices thii'i
Cer offered lu this pin t of the valb y,
JUST A rUEUMINAHV
New York, Aug. BS. Just before a
detachment of I'liited Hlntoa marines
wero to go over the lop recently, the
(lev. Father John J. Brady of New
York was moving along the trench, i
cording to a tory reaching here today,
"Junt A moment boys," tlie priest
said, and turning tenant the (ierninii
lines, gave thn enemy absolution.
"Now, go get 'oui'i" he eriod.
f the n'-w msjwr generals will be nam
ed to take ci.mm jf.d.
March's latest satiic ,,n troop ship
meets and other stibp-ets mm not dis
closed today. He devoted himsrlf s'dely
to a review of the allies movements
inv. )at f?turday.
I The allied advance, h said,' eoalin-
Saving of Suar,
Saving of Fuel,
Use of other
Grains with Wheat
demand. It's an
ishing and deli
cious foodla build
er and maintainer
of Yigor and Health.
'There's a Reason"
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If you buy any clothes this frill maybe you won't
need tohe sure you get the hst quality. All wool
fabrics are just as certainly "host" now as ever;
good tailoring is as important and valuable as ever.
Don't be satisfied with less than the best.
BISHOP ALL WOOL SUITS
?20 TO $40 .
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
?25 TO $50
Will save for you