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THE OREGON STATESMAN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 19IS
The Oregon Statesman
Issued Dally Except Monday by
THE STATESMAN PtULISHINO COMPANY
I 215 S. Commercial St., Salem. Oregon.
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t and also the local news published hereto
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Stephen A. Stone ........................... Managing Editor
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W. C. Squier. .;,... : .Advertising Manager
Frank Jaskoski .I."...........'....... i .......... .Manager Job Dept.
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SALEM'S FAME IS SPEEADING
budget, would consume the whole
net annual income of the people. In
the sixth and seventh imperial loans
the situation was naively (it ought
to be spelled "knavely") recognized
by the German government by set
ting aside a part of the principal to
pay interest on former loans.
These figures are taken from an
article In the March number of Scrlb
ner's Magazine, written by J. Laur
ence Laugblin, who for more than
twenty years was bead of the de
partment of political economy In the
University of Chicago. In comment
ing on them the Chicago" Herald
says: "This, under ordinary cir
cumstances, would be .bankruptcy.
It Is not bankruptcy for Germany on
ly because her government has and
exercises the power to confiscate.
Having borrowed exclusively from
her own people, Germany has no re
sponsibility to pay back the loans."
BOUNDARY RIDER TO PRIME
Tpres, and strike an unexpected
blow some where else.
We all have our guesses; only
Foch knows; and be may change his
plans any hour.
' Germany has called up a half mil
lion more men. She Is profligate of
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Great message Mr.- Ferris; the
loganberry Juice sales manager,
brings back from his extended trip
over the eastern states. The "taste
that lingers" has grown and is grow
ing, and Salem's fame Is spreading.
The suffrage repeal movement in
New York state, which the former
"antls" have started so hopefully,
will never fool the politicians. They
know.an accomplished fact when
they see It.- T
The German-American In Iew
York who has paid his' Income tax
twice over to show his loyaky. has
riven noints In bu per patriotism to
every living Yankee,
m m m
If former Governor Cole, Incase
should defeat Mr. Tillman for sen
ator from South Carolina, some peo-
rB J .1 ..n .kail Trr-- I ....p.... - f I
UI ,ue ,,HM,- hein the United States senate"
clgners who have paid official visits I which may be the Blease view pre-
I. Ik. TTfiilnl'Gt.ta, alnrA Vl pnm. I Cisely,
v v uuiu u.vw uv I m m m
mencement of tne war, tew u any The United States in Its first
O T. Ferris general sales raanaeer of the Pheasant' Northwest , are entitled to more consDlcuous year of war. says Colonel Repingten
Products Company, ha just returned from an extended trip through- niche In lhe hall of fame than the has done all .that' Mr.' Balfour ex-
Kansas City, Dallas. Oklahoma City, Memphis, Richmond, Wash-J minister of the commonwealth of rate, there is one Englishman who is
ington, New York, Philadelphia, Uoston, Albany, Syracuse, imuaio, Australia.! who is about to begin a not disappointed in Amarica.
Pitt.Kn.rrfi Trklflrln Detrnit ni ChieaffO. I tonr of the nrlnrlnnl American cities I S
loUu.6u, ,v.v-v, -v.,... . , - . , i... .il. - " ' ' ' " How the TTr.ln ih hrl
lie swies mai vrtKuii uc iWtu u 6vu - - peace" Is vividly shown by the re-.
hA renorts that were it not for the prevailing war conditions and its Uanda program of the allies. To Lh nf th in.rtnn f . n.n h-
restrainine influence, many Easterners would be moving to the Pacific I Premier Hughes is due In no small I artillery because it had resisted the
Tnatt WAtig of the severe weather of the last winter, which some measure Australia's magnificent con- third requisition of grain. The fact
'Easterner state was the worst winter they have ever experinced tributions to the allied cause, both m V?nbo tlVJLher-,".i?ltt,f-,f
fihere.-; . ' men and money. During the past iSL JH ffeVka.
Mr. i? ems was in uaiias. lexas, on me o iaruu wiieu iue i two years ne uas speni muca or nis thoush It was a hostile eountrr.
therniometer recistered 96 in the shade, and one weeK later ne tooKitime in London, where he haa been
h nnf Af rhicnim in n Mimrd. I a welcome narticioant in the British I vvnen tne American Indians are
v .-.-. v w O- . . . I ., n V...
Through the continued advertising of Loganberry Juice, baiem, councils or state and war. k- V 7-r rV
Oregon, is rapidly becoming better known and more famous than Deaf, nervous and dsypeptlc, with gers. They will come in handy trench
its historic namesakes throughout the Jast. ne uregon oaiem is i consiuuuon unaerminea jay tns making.
f now quite generally known as the Loganberry center of the, world, I terrible hardships of his early days,
and some who do not yet thoroughly understand the Loganberry I one marveis at tne superb manner
refer to it as the '-'Salem Strawberry." In which Mr. Hughes has risen to
Mr. Ferris says:' "It is with a considerable satisfaction that l become one of the first men of th
have noted the wav Loganberry Juice has been accepted by the best British empire. In a biography pub-
trade throuehout the country. Two -years ago I scarcely met any- Hshed recently Douglas siaden an
one in the East who knew anythine about the Loganberry, and fewD5"n wruer, araws tne following
had even ever heard the name. On this trip I found that everyobdy P'are or me Australian statesman:
- - . - . -1 MX j mi m a. ,
was more or less familiar with it. and those who had tried it wanted UIB mcaes over nve ieei in
. . 1 II. 4. .... t ' a . 1 1 . a. 2x I TlolB'fct nn nalt.l. ava aAvon , a -
more, ana mose wno naa noi tnea n were loojung ior an opponunny i BC,CU nvue
to do so r' im weigm, porn unaer tne severest
"TsHrnnherrv JnlcA apems in h rmfversallv liked, anil T.ws "nfllcaP poverty, he has mado
surprised at the way the trade names of PHEZ and LOJU had taken Wmieif one of the greatest men alive
5 IiaM-iiml hnw thv wr irenerallv aRSoeiated an th standard l.ocmri-1 u BUCr iorce oi inieneci ana wui
berry products. The high class trade, hotels, dining cars, - clubs,
. etc., are reporting an increasing , demand and are buying in ever
increasing volume. , The shortage of grape juice has already de
veloped the possibility of substituting with Loganberry Juicey and
many merchants are expecting to take care of their customers de
mand in this way. ' - . ; . .'
"I am convinced that the permanent drink of our, dry nation
is fruit juices, and that Loganberry Juice has the most essential
qualities aa a beverage and will prove to be the most popular one." ;
; In another column Mr. Ferris is reported on general wartime
conditions in the East as he found them. 1
IN A SOCIAL
.By riercaic EUsaWtk VlckwU
Poverty, from which he had fled,
haunted him for half a decade In
Australia. It was not until he was
nearly forty years of age that his' ex
traordinary gifts were allowed to
earn him adequate freedom from
Mr. Hughes was born in Wales In
iao. ne was pupu-ieacner in a
icbool In London when he was first
fired with an ambition to go to Aug-
- -Secretary of jWar Baker is back, t sixth state
proud of the men the United States fore 1920
by In Prance and of the, work thbt
has been done In the past year. -
' Foch may be gitlng Hlndenburg
more rope; probably Is. ; .:
Straight ' patriotism and straight
politics this year, - In Oregon. Cut
out the rough stuff and the. peanut
If the proposed new espionage bill
' becomes a law, how can one distin
guish, between the twilight zones of
, criticism of the conduct of the war
which is Justifiable and criticism
of the war which is treasonable;
between criticism and, Woodrow Wil
son which is permissible and cri
ticlsm of the commander-in-chief
which Is notT-T-Exshange.
When prohibition covers the coun
try how are we going to christen the
ships of the new navy? Los Angeles
ONLY THE PEACE OP VICTORY.
In the great battle which is still
raging, the beast of Berlin has sac
rificed millions of lives in a vain ef-
fore against the allied armies. This
R. and Mrs. B. L. Steeveswere
hosts for the Dutch Treat din
ner club Monday night at their
residence on Chemeketa and Church
streets. It was a 6:20 o'clock din
ner and covers were laid H or twelve
Red and white carnations adorned
the table. Later a musical proa-ram
was enjoyed. 'Mr. and Mrs.-J. O
Goltra were bidden as additional
guests. The club members present
were Dr. and Mrs. George Alden, Mr,
and Mrs. R. A.' Elliott. Mr. and Mrs.
B. C. Miles. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Legg,
and Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Steeves. '
A delightful luncheon party cheer
ed, a group of mothers who have boys
at the front when Mrs. J. T. Mat
thews presided Informally as -their
hostess yesterday. There were only
YES! THE BIG
CLOSING OUT SALE IS
STILL ON . - '
There are many EXTREME BARGAINS
ana rememoer wnen any tine or asson-
ment of goods is sold out, it is simply gone
for good, as many people have found to
BIG BARGAINS prevail in all , the Lines
of Dry Goods,
and Shoes that
we still have.
CORNER COURT AND
COMX STREET, SALEM
Oat of Date Magazines Not
. Desirable in France,
tralla, and at nineteen, with a few
That can hardly be be-1 shillings in his pocket after he had
bought a poor outfit and hia ticket,
he set sail for the commonwealth.
where, after many trials, he 'was t- a few guests but the time was filled
become chief citizen. M)111 sharing . letters, Easter cards
Mr. Hughes' first Idea when he "1"
Times. With loganberry Juice, of landed In Australia was to take up picturesque views of Navarre, France
i ue proiession oi leacning,- out- as shown.
the only job offered him was one at
Jest over a pound a week, he decided
to go up country.
He "humped his bluey") carriol
his pack on his back) into the Inter
ior, and in due course became a
sheep shearer, a man of all work, a
strusrale must continue until veace l boundarr rider, a rnh riMmr
t - - ' -i
Is made, and tnat peace must have cook for woodsmen in the forest, a
Women sitting in the superior
courts of San Francisco are allowed
to knit while listening to the trial
proceedings. Everything ' goes in
these war days. I .
. The Germans are slaughtering
their own people and the persons of
other races to perpetuate, to enlarge,
and, alas, to brutalize a national life
which has become the. peril of : the
race. To this ignoble end they have
been willing to give the world this
"blood bath." Cincinnati Enquirer,
for its basis the utter and uncondl
tional abandonment of the claim of
the German kaiser to rule the world
Any other kind of peace would, even
if actual hostilities were suspended.
compel the people of Europe anl
America to maintain great armies
and continue to pay taxes that would
be an intolerable burden upon the
Industry of both present and future
Every day it becomes more and
more obvious that this is a struggle
for national existence between the
forces of autocracy and the forces
of democracy,' and the result must
te the absolute triumph of the one
or the other,
Germany will suffer less financial
ly from the war than will the allies
cook In a bush hotel, and a workmen
at various mechanical trades. Then
he went to sea as an ordinary sea
man before the mast, and ultimately
rs cook and steward on a sailing-
Often the future statesman did
not know where the next meal was
coming from, and it was through
sleeping in the open, when he spent
fifteen months as a shecp-drrver.
that brought on a chill, resulting In
permanent deafness only one of the
almost insurmountable barriers
wnich stood between him and his
But force of character and person
ality told. and. ten years after Mr.
Hughes had landed In Australia as
an immigrant, he was a member of
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Fleming are
expecting to have with them today.
their daughter and her husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Hall (Prlscllla
Fleming) of San Francisco. Mr. Hall
bajr been with the advertising: depart
ment of tne San Francisco cnronicie
since their marriage about a year
ago. The couple will remain for a
visit of several days and will later
ro to Portland and other more north
Mrs. W. T. Kirk entertained the
members of the P. E. O. club at her
home, 1055 Marion street. Monday
night. A delightful feature of the
evening was a bird talk given by
Prof. M. E. Peck with twenty-five
speciment birds. A roll call was an
swered by the guests with quotations
from the writings of W. F. Finley. a
biologist. Thoso present besides the
hostess and the speaker were Mrs.
William McGIlchrist, Sr., Mrs. H. C.
Epley, Mrs. G. W. Laflar, Mrs. S. W.
Selee. Mrs. Gerald Volk. Mrs; W. w.
Moore. Mrs. G. A. wooa, ana miss
Mrs. O. E. Lewis entertained the
Tolet club recently when thirteen
members and two visitors were pres
enL After the business session a
The slopes of the hills from Arras) total wealth $75,000,000,000. the! being then only thirty years old. At
to La Fere are gray with the dead.
The world must wohder at the stoi
cism of the German soldiers thus tV
go to their death because Junker
dom wills It.
Massachusetts is the eleventh
state ta ratify the proposed prohibi
tion amendment to the constitution.
it Abe amendment is adopted by
tblrty-slx states it becomes opera
tive one year after U he date follow
ing the favorable vote of the thirty.
It is true that the total debt of Ger-1 the New South Wales parliament for patriotic program was enjoyed, also
many is x3z,70i,uuj,ouo ana ueri one of the divisions of Svdne-r itelf a flae rame. A "Hoover"' luncneon
... - ......... - I I . m . m A. A -
was servea at tne ciose oi ine aner
noon. The club will meet in two
weeks, with Mrs. C. L. McAllister.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kurel of Dallas
have been visiting Mrs. Kugel'a par
cnts. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Kimball.
who have a large country, place
across the river. The Kugels are
well known in the Willamette valley
and have many friends in this vicin
ity, as they have often visited here
Another breesy letter eomes from
James Elvln, who Is In chance of a
Y. M. C A. hut in France. The let
ter Is written to O. H. Gingrich and
tells a lot of things about the lives
of the American soldiers. Mr. Elvln
gives a lot of suggestions about the
kind of things to send the soldiers,
particulrly relative to reading mat
ter. It is not the old stuff the boys
want. Mr. Elvin says, but the latest
possible. The letter does not say
where Mr. Elvln is located at pres
ent, but Louis Compton, an officer
In the 162nd, is in the same town.
Mr. Elvln writes:
."I ran hardly realize that I have
been In France more than a month.
Oregon may well be proud of the
type of men she has here. Rhodes
has a tremendous Job on his hand
and I am so glad to inform you thit
he is getting away with it. Arn.
Allen is hlsright hand man and theyq
are two good scouts. Louis Compton
holds down a very important job
now in a building Just around the
corner from the Y headquarters.
I'll see him quite often now. A man
from Walla Walla named Jones and
mvself are in charge of the Y in
what promises to be a most Impor
IJfe Study Enjoyed.
"We are settled now"ln a town of
almost 20,000 people, a very wealthy
town, a delightful place, and It s a
good treat to study the life of the
people. Our hut has been opened
only a week and sjet it is crowded
from morning till night with boys
reading, writing and visiting. Many
prefer to come her to the hut Tather
than go to town. We have a very
fine phonograph and they keep It
going from morning till 9 at night,
when the lamps go out. On of our
offrcers is a Portland boy. He and
I mess with the men every noon and
already we are. pretty good friends.
A boy dropped in laxt night who
used to work In the Portland boys'
department. He attended the con
ference in Salem several years ago
nd remembered seeing me at the
banquet. That was some banquet
Olnr. I would give a great deal to
debt amounting to 43 per cent of her
property. In order to pay the debt
Germany would have to confiscate
nearly half of everything her peopls
own. By comparison ' the debt of
Frftnce is 12 per cent, of Great Bri
tain v per cent, and of the United
States per cent.
But the government of Germany
does not intend to pay this debt BITS FOR BREAKFAST I Their tay In Salem was a short visit
.,.,,.L,- J rUH DftCAtvrAoI I preparatory to their removal to Port-
. w 0. r Tland where they will
cwn people. f TBe annual charge ou l ""' t home nermanentlv
thirty-six he was a member of the
federal parliament, at forty a cab
inet minister, and at forty-one attor
ney general, of the commonwealth.
Ten years, later .the boundary rider
and sheep-shearer had become prime
minister of Australia.
the debt, plus the ordinary pre-war
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
; ' , '. ':- ' . ;' - . . . -:'''xy ... - '
Tho Third Liberty Bond Sale Will Begin April 6th. One of our t
Telleri will be itajioned in our Lobby to explain to those wish
ing information and to receive Liberty Bond Subscriptions.
Vale Bolo Pasha.
Almost up to Ypres again.
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" That is bloody and consecrated
Looks like, hard fighting ahead.
for the British.
But the strategy may be to keep
the German troops busy up towards
This Skin Peeler All
the Rage in Society
Mr. and Mrs. Hanr Hawkins have
Leen passing a short stay in Port
land. Thev recently had as their
guest Mrs. Hawkins slater, Mrs. Rob
ert McMurray of Albany
Mr. and Mrs. George G. Bingham
have their small grandson as their
guesf while his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Keith Powell of Lafaytte, Or., are
rPITRB DATEf vlrtting In South DaKota. Tney are
May. date not t state Granrel with Mr.' Powell s parents at Custer
convention, nim. f . '
Ch.mWV m;moVT;r'buiMV " Mm. W. T. Slater has returned to
nay 17, rrtaay- romry notninat-i ner notr.e in I'oniana arter visiting
Jim tn. TbuPuday.-Retinlnn of Or a-1
torn i'lonaar UMcuuna, Portland.
with Mrs. N. J. Hass of North Church
There Is a growing tendency
among women of culture and fashion
to pay more attention to 'hygienic
nipans of preserving their charms.
The advent of niercollied wax doubt
less has boen largely responsible for
his. This remarkable substance
orodnres complexions so natural In
appearance, so magnetically beauti
ful, artificial complexions are no
'onger desired. Instead of "doctor
ing" an offensive skin. Lhe skin is
peeled off. The wax peels the skin
so gradually. In such fine particles,
no dlscdttttort is experienced. The
fresher. younger skin beneath,
wholly In evidence within a week or
two. Is Illy white, satiny sort and
smooth. It's not a patched-over
complexion, but a brand new one.
That's why mercolled wax has be
come such a rage among society
folk. The wax Is put on night like
cold cream and washed off morn
ings. All druggists have it: one
ounce will do. '
see one like It now. Wow:
I am very comfortably fixed
here. I have a nice room In a
French home. The only time I am
in it is between 9 :"0 at night and
7 in the morning. I have ray break
fast and dinner in the evening at
the officers' mess. We have an ex
ceptionally fine lot of officers here
and they have accorded us every
courtesy. I mess with the men every
Opport unit leu Immense
"The opportunities for service here
are Immense. We have a good can
teen and when we get well under
way will have a good library, a mov-
ng picture machine and all kinds
of athletics and entertainments. We
expect to have nine huts in this
place with about eighteen or twenty
workers. We send money back home
for the boys, do all kinds of errands
for them, and when we go to a large
town help them In any way we can.
Most of them seem to appreciate
what we are doing. We only came
here one week ago today and already
many of the boys have thaaked as
and told us that our coming has been
a regular Godsend to them. I cer
tainly am hungry for a word from
home. Only one letter ha 'reached
me, one from Mrs. Elvln datea Feb
ruary 2. Glng. tell the folkUo write
and never tire of writing. .Let them
write anything they can think of.
The most trivial 'things-will be of
interest to us here. Tell -1 the
folks not to wait for answers but to
write lit least once or twice a week.
I know now what It means to be In a
strange land and not have a word
for weeks at a time. Send home
stuff, home papers these are what
the . boys want. If anything makes
me hot it Is to receive a lot of old
magazines, a year old. Tell the folks
to send that dope to the asylum, but
not here. We want the late sturf.
Magazines and paper are from five
weeks to two months late before we
get them.; We are now reading pa
pers published in January.
"A woman in Salem sent a box of
cookies and candy to Roy Attebury.
I was with him when he received it.
I'll bet all the M. Ps (military po
llcel in the district could not have
taken it away from him. If Mr 3.
Haivorsen could have- seen the Joy
that box brought and seen the happy
group clean It up that evenjng she
would be well repaid for all her
trouble. Come on, friends, send the
stuff across by parrel post. We will
get It some time. The boys are cer
talnly'tgraterul for ' everything done
for them. You can't do too much
"We open this hut about 8 in the
morning and keen It open till 9 In
the evening. We sell chocolate.
chewing gum. cookies, towels, soap,
razors and blades, shoe blacking,
tooth paste, shaving sticks and
brushes, nuts, cigarettes, tobacco and
cigars. The canteen takes up a lot
of time and it's no easy task to take
care of the accounts. Jones, my part
ner, looks after that part of It. I
think we ahall 1e located In this
town until we have an appointment
to go forward to the front, and op
portunity that will tome I am sure
In good time.
"I am In this thing till the end.
Glng. and It Is just as I have always
piaintained. we have got to fight this
thing to a finish and from all I can
observe here that Is Just what Is go
ing to be done.
Thought Come Home.
"I wonder nearly every day how
everything Is gotag on In Salem. Tell
the boys to write me. fll beo glad
to hear. TH write a long letter.
Glng. I'll be glad to hear from yon.
"How is the Sunday school and
the church and all the affairs at th
Y at home. We know von are alt
thinking of us. George Watson and
George Haivorsen are very busy and
I nave only had one letter, from
them. They are in Pari.
Bids Asked for Famishing 1
: library Board 2000 Boob
Bids are being asked of book deal
ers to famish the state library board
with 2000 volumes for the state tra
veling libraries. Miss CornelJa -Mar
vin, state librarian, said yesterday.
The books have been selected tr
Miss Marvin. :
Do not continue to- suffer wlti
hr art burn, dizziness, after dinner
distress, headache, biliousness pala
in the bowel or sour and krasr
stomach., . Get relief at onre-buy
today a 50c box of Mi-o-na Tabletv
They quickly and surely end diges
tion and stomach distress or money
refunded. For sale by Daniel J. Fry.
Tommy Half -of 'em we got l1'
machine-gun fire, half of 'em wita
the rifle, then we fixed bayonets and
killed another half of em!
Funny Man And what happened1
to the rest?
Tommy Oh. we took 'em prison
era. London Opinion.
Get Wis e-Trr a ,Qified Ad
If hairs our
(Marie in Portland)
'Awarrietl prizes for purity at
all pure food exhibitions.
.VELVET ALM for the
"faec or hands men use it af
. Face Cream
i . -
Ilone Hair Ilestorer
Sealp Tonic, Shampoo, etc.
I give the famous Nenplav
fume treatment for instant
-'removal of wrinkle. Also
sell Neoplastic supplies with
Hairdrcssing and Beauty
. 228 Hubbard Bldff.
Salem,' Or. Phone 1021