The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 23, 1919, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE OREGON STATESMAN
Issued Daily Except Mondav bv
THE STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
' 21? S. Commercial St.. Salem, Oregon
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and also the local news published herein.
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Frank Jaskoskl. ................ Manager Job Dept.
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Entered at the Postofflce in Salem, Oregon, at second clasa matter.
I THE BLACKEST DEPTHS OF DAEKEST RUSSIA.
Morethan 2,000,000 Russian women between the ages of 18 and
45 are within the areas under Bolshevik control which have formally
passed laws declaring for the anarchistic doctrine of "free love.
In the province of Moscow more than 1000 women committed
suicide in one month rather than submit to the decree of the soviet
making them "public property." j
There is a large class of shallow thinkers, all over the world, who
imagine they can improve conditions on earth by abrogating the
law ! of "meum and teura," or mine and thine.
Nobody, according to this communistic doctrine, has a right to
posses? anything that comebody else has to do without.
. The result is that in time everything seizable is seized, everything
consumable is consumed. Nobody has anything to do anything with,
so nothing is done. And that which starts with the material pos
sessions of the race ends in spiritual and" moral nihilism.
There are but a few steps from state expropriation of private prop
erty to state enslavery of women.
Russia today illustrates the effect of the confiscation theory. Once
put into practice this diabolical doctrine of Proudhon and you can
not limit its scope any more than you can balance a falling boulder
' in midair half-way between the brink and the foot of the precipice.
In Russia the first step of the Soviets was to commandeer all land
ed estates. The land having no fixed proprietors, nobody cultivated
it. Or if a few peasants were left to till their holdings it was only
that the red troops from Petrograd and Moscow might have pillage
and looting grounds. Naturally no second harvest was forthcoming.
The bourgeoisie were the next to feel the force of government by
confiscation. When they had been dispossessed their brains were scat
tered among the proletariat literally with clubs and crowbars.
Well-dressed people were robbed of their clothes to communize this
social inequality. Bake shops and banks were looted indiscrimi
nately. As the ' process developed starvation waited around the
corner for the robber and the robbed.alike. Now they are shooting
aick people on the streets of Petrograd in the interest of food con
servation. That is the outcome of the Proudhon doctrine as applied
to alleviating the material needs of the poor.
But, horrible as this sounds, the moral degeneracy brought about
by the soviet councils makes a chapter almost too disgusting to be
credible, but authenticated by public documents. Woman has been
added to the list covered by the doctrine that .''property is rob
bery. The .worst decrees of Marat iand Robespierre during the
r Reign of Terror in Paris never dared to go so far in degrading the
glory of womanhood as have the soviet councils in Bolshevik Russia.
Here are a few of the provisions for the public ownership of women
as prescribed and published by the council at Saratoff. '
'(6.) All women, according to this decree, are exempted from
private ownership and are proclaimed . to be the property of the
whole nation. .
"(7.) The: distribution "and management of appropriated women
are transferred to the Saratoff Anarchist Club." , .
o nr !,. u .....
than three times a week for three hours, observing the rurles speci
fied below."- i J
"(16.) The children born are given to an institution for training
after they are one month old." . ,A
The provisions are twenty-two in all and shamefully make women
a public utility, like a sewer or a street car. The degradation of it
, is almost unthinkable, but it has come to Russia.
From confiscating small business and private properties to the
commnnizing of womanhood, to brine "the greatest good to the
15 THE BEST
BUY
THE 51KSIZE
AND
SAVE MONEY
Every Can Guaranteed
One of the loudest opponents of
the League of Nations we met the
other evening aa he was delivering
the clothes that his wife had wash
ed and Ironed. He had gCt the Hue
of talk at the Dutchman's around
the corner. Los, Angeles Timea.
Personally we are in favor of ad
mitting a delegate from the new
Irish republic to the council of na
tions, not on account of the good ha
may be able to do, but on account of
the curiosity a fellow naturally feels
to see how an Irishman would be
have at a peace conference. Lex
ington Herald.
narrow path, and that path mus. be
trodden despite the "turns that
pierce our feet, despite the blood and
the tears, despite the sorrow and suf
fering, despite everything.
This war mu3. not bring poverty
for the millions and millions for the
few.
A man who wants a thing bad
enough can get It.
Ulltlfci OF I'ASSAUK
t
. -
The rivalry between America and
England just now is as to which
shall be first to fly across the sea.
A, the rate they are preparing on
both sidea they may meet in midair.
A few weeka will tell the story.
LKST VK FOI.GET:
The tumult and the shouting dies
The captains and the kings depart
Still stands Thine ancint sacrifice.
An bumble and a contrite heart.
Lord GoJ of hosts, be with us yet.
Lest we forget lest we forget!
Thclmr
Individual chocolates
sale everywhere. .
5 cents. Fo
I BITS FOR BREAKFAST I
"DANDERINE" FOR
FALLING HAIR
Stop dandruff and double
beauty of your hair
for few cents.
Starter Service-
Overhauling and repair on all makes, put your smarter
in gl condition lefore it's too late.
Battery Service--
.All make tetil and repaired. If you need a new Lat
tery g-t an IIX 1 1 )IL They Iat longer.
Magneto Service-
Adjusting and
parts on hand.
repair 011 all make. A large line of
Some busy In Salem yesterday.
W '
Did you see the. crowds on the
streets?
S m
Mr. Leadbetter. brothe- of F. W.
Lead better, was In Salem yesterday.
taking measurements. ,and In a few
days work will be commenced on
Salem's paper mill, and construction
ill be pushed to the limit.
w n.
Attorney General Brown aaya Mr.
Olcott U governor In fact, and that
he can resign aa secretary of state.
and appoint hla successor. That
sounds like good law and common
sense.
At 12 o'clock next Sunday night,
you are to turn your lock ahead
an hour. It la March 30. not the last
day of the month.
Judge Bingham, at the Salra Com
mercial club boost meeting the firat
of last week, touched upon the chief
reason why Salem will become a
large manufacturing city. The di
vision of the country Into small
Dandruff causes a feverish Irrita
tion of the scalp, the hair roots
hrlnk. loosen, and then the hair
comes out fast. To stop falling hair
at once and rid the scalp of every
particle of dandruff, get a small bot- !
tie of "Danderlne" at any drag store
for a few cents, pour a little In your
band and rnb It into the scalp. Af
ter several aDDlieatlons the hair
stops falling out and you can't find I
any dandrurr. Tour hair appears
soft, glossy and twice as thick and
abundant. Try it!
I UNDERSTAND MY BUSINESS.
The influenza has killed more peo
ple than the war and as yet no con
ference of scientific men baa been
called from all parts of the world
to establish the fourteen points that
will put the germ in its immunizing
bath Brooklyn Eagle.
It is possible that President Wil
son will not be a candidate ior a
third term. Tor the reason that Im
pelled George Washington to de
cline, because he could not be elect-
, ed. Henry Watterson says that If
Wilson makes the race he will be
greatest number," is, we now see in the case of Russia, but a short I beaten soundly, and without the ben-
lniirneV. Alter rlP I a tin fT MiIpaIiIi "inmmnmtif mTut4ir ' ' slAAla. I - r. m .1 1 - I C
HEALTH VTTHOUT
DRUGS
Ilealth depends upon a normal
supply or healthy blood. The blood
supply depends upon the rlrcmlatioa
of the blood. This rirmUtkm depends
upon the normal function In of the
nerrons system: - Anything, there
fore, that Interferes with with nerve
function will affect the health. Con
tracted muscles, displaced bones or
other tissues, eye strain, and errors
of 'diet are some of the things that
Interfere with nerve function and
consequently with health. It Is our
busJaetie to correct the conditions
that Interfere with normal nerve
innciion. we are working at oar
baslnes.
DR. A. SLAUGHTER
Naturopath
Room 210 U. S. Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Phone 110.
journey. After declaring railroads "community DroDerty " deelar
ing larms ana shops ana merchandise "community property," a
logical step is to declare women and childrden "community prop
erty." ' . : - -- - - - , . .,
Instantly! Stomach Feels Fine! f
No Indigestion, Gases or Acidity
I efit of clergy or floral t-ibute.
change.
Stomach upset ? Belching acids,
gases and sour food?
Instant relief awaits you.
The moment Pape's Diapepsin
reaches the stomach all the indiges
tion, dyspepsia, gases, heartburn and
sourness vanish. No waiting!
Magic! Don't suffer!
Costs little, at any drug store.
Eat favorite foods without fear.
Jill
The Methodist Episcopal church.
South, baa decided that the benefits
of camp-meetings for Indiaas are
doubtful and has adopted instead an
'itinerating school." with a faculty
of seven, to instruct the Indian in
household economics, hygiene, Bible
study and 'other subjects. The church
and the United States government
will share th expense. Lo Is faat
approaching full citizenship and bis
response to opportunities for educa
Uon la increasingly encouraging.
WISE SAYINGS OF OLE HANSON'.
MAYQR OP SEATTLE
lifter? Pane's Diapepatn SSSWa
BICYCLES
farms and fruit and garden tracts,
which has been going on for years,
means that there will always be a
large country population. It takes
people to run factories. The people
will be here. And the factories In
turn will bring still more people
from the outside, and they will help
the farmers and fu!t growers in
their bujy seasons. They will help
oae another. And they will grow to
gether. The more farms, the mora
factories, and the more factories the
more and better farms and farmers
and farm help. They will grow to
gether. And this will make a com
bination as solid as Gibralter, for
present prosperity and future
erowth.
Abundant Health Is assured when
there Is good blood In the veins.
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is the medicine
to make good blood. Begin taking
It now. It la Just what the system
needs at this time and will do yon
great good. Sharpens the appetite,
steadies the nerves.
B. D. B ASTON
171 South Commercial St.
Thone 1107
THRIFT AMONG FARMERS.
The strength of the government
campaign for thrift among the rural
population wak demonstrated at th
recent convention of the Virginia
State Dairymen's Association, held
In Staunton. February 20. The asso
ciation, by an enthusiastic unani
mous vote, adopted a resolution en
dorsing the government's movement
to make thrift a national habit. The
resolution, which pledged the sup
port of the association for the sale
of War Savings 8 tamps and Thrift
8 tamps, read as follows:
"Believing that thrift is at the
basis of strong national Ufa and of
Independent, progressive. Individual
life and in order to complete the
great victory of democracy uver
autocracy won by the United States
and its allies, the Virginia State
Dairyman's Association in conven
tion assembled pledges its hearty
support to the 191$ thrift campaign
of the treasury, department of the
United SUtes.
"Farther, believing that the asso
ciation of oar people la the study of
thrift problems will redound to the
good of the community. w srge the
statewide organization of war sav
ings societies.
acll demands which the war has
placed on the government. w pl4re
our sapport la securing the greatest
posjille sale of war tartar staxp
in the state of Virginia during r: .
year lflf."
"What
cold?-
Knowing the extraordinary fin- Transcript.
are yoo taking for yowr
aa offer." Dos'oa
We
Want
Your
Berries
lei
Loftnbcrriej, Strawberries, Red Raxpberrie ,
Black Rajpberriej, Gooieberriei,
. Blackberriei, etc
WE PAY. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
J. L. Van Doren
Office 312 Majonlc Temple Phone 342
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OXFORDS
328 African Brown, Cuban heels,
$6.00
344 Patent, French heel,
$6.30
BICYCLE SUPPLIES
You will find the wheel you
want at
The Home of the Indian"
126 South Commercial St
A man who won't leave his party
tor the good of his country should
leave his country for the good of all
parties.
I don't want a machine. I've tak
en too many apart.
Good government consists in mak
Ing It easy o do right and hard to
do wrong.
AVe must abolish undeserved pov
erty aa well as unearned wealth.
One can do no wrong in battling
for. the well-being of mankind.
Every wise man must abhor, every
good man must condemn, those who
refuse equal Justice to ail the people.
To nse the whitewash brush U
considered true gentility; to tell the
truth fearlessly Is mud-slinging.
Under the present world condi
tion I favor universal . aervlce and
universal training. If it is a privi
lege we should all enjoy it; if tt la
a duty none should be allowed to
shirk it
Protestant or Catholic. Jew or Gen
tile, all must atand equal before the
law. To do more would be special
privilege; to do lesa would be vio
lating my sworn duty. , il"TTn
Before us stretches a straight snd
PUMPS
421 African Urown. Cuban heels,
$6.00
437 Patent Plain Pmnp, French heels,
$6.00
43C Patent Pump. Cuban heel,-.
$5.00
SHOES
31 C Black
317 Black
Glazed Kid,
$6.50
Kid, low or
$4.85
Culan heels,
school heels,
Also Others
Misse' Glazed Kid Oxfords, school
heels, sizes 12 to 2,
$3.00
404 Black Glazed Kid, French heels,
$7.00
V): Black Glazed Kid, Cuban heel,
$6.50
18S Beautiful White All Kid, lace,
. Freneh heels,
$10.00
134 Elegant Brown. All Kid. lace,
French heels. Red Cross,
230 Red Cross African Brown, All
Kid, new Cuban heel,
$13.50
" 230 Brown Calf, miliary hl,
$3.00
116 All Black Kid. French heels,
$3X0
111 All Black Kid; Cuban heel,
$8.75
THEN THERE ABE LOWER PRICED LINES IN ALL STYLES.