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" THE OREGON STATESlUX: WEDXKSOAV, APRIL 7. 1020.
1 BY GOVERNMENT
Federal Board of Vocational
Lift From Here
MONTHLY PAY ALLOWED
Youths disabled by Wounds
or Disease Recipients of
According to information received
here from Claude II. Anderson, hei'l
I of the federal board for vocational
education in this district, the fol
lowing disabled soldiers .of Salem,
are being taught occupations lit the
expense of the government. Others
who are eligible hare deferred their
training for various; reasons:
l In training Fred L. Abbott;,
a, m ax m r m.-. -
Z'- -FOR V '
Key xjrr r discomforts and
embarrassments of a Goitre?
O. G. C preparation for goitre ha bene
fited many. j
Wh? pay several hundred dollars for an
operation to remove a goitre wben O.G.C
can be obtained ior such a comparatively
amall expenditure i
O.G. C when properly applied rivet aatia
lactory result, or yonr'rnoner will be
refunded. O.G.C ta aold direct, by mail
ly. Write for booklet. - . ,
Addreaa Dept. T '';!.
Cat CHEMICAL COMPANY
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mechanical drafting. Oregon Agri
cultural college; Henry C Bogynska.
mechanical shop work. O. A. C; Kd
ward L. Clark." electrical engineer
ing, O. A. C; Cyril Creson. agricul
ture. 07 A. C: Virgil T. Golden, au
to mechanic. O. A. C. ; Welcome K.
Putman, teaching. Willamette uni
versity; John E. .Tolman, highway
engineer. O. A. C.
. Approved but no. response to first
notice Luther It. :(Cook. teaching.
ViHamette university; Theodore
Peerenboom, cabinet making, place
'Approved but no response to sec
ond notice Benjamin Wedel. agri
culture, O. A. C; William It. Dav-
nport, agriculture, O. A. C.
Approved, forms pent to Institu
tion- Glen C. Ackerman. rommer
cial. Western Institute of Account
Approved, but deferred on account
of illness Duane Gibson, clerical
Approved, but deferred for reasons
other than business or illness Ches
ter Larson, agriculture. O. A. C
Harry Gill, traffic department, place
From Marion county also is men
tioned Jesse A. Neal, who is in train
ing in mechanical work at O. A.
The government Is training these
men because they were disabled by
wounds or diseases which handicap
them in following their former oc
cupations. Some are. trained in
schools, others in shops, factories or
stores, somfe by combination of
both methods. Single men receive
180 a month for living expenses. Ad
ditional amounts, bringing the to
tal up to as high as $150 a month.
are allowed for dependants.
District , No. 13. which includes
Washington, Oregon and Idaho, has
trained or approved . for training
over 2000 disabled soldiers to date.
TO BE BURIED
LATER IN YEAR
which city come fresh report of
plundering and terrorism.
Chosen Temporary Resting
Portland Calls Chicago
Preacher With $7000
. POUT-uASD Oi., April .- The
Rev,-Harold I eonard Stowman. I. D.,
pastor of Wood lawn Park Presby
terian chavh of Jhtcago. has teea
tendered a tinaninou all to the
pastorate of thj First ProsnytCT-isn
church of Portland; at a salary ol
$7,000, it Was anuounci'd today.
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The funeral of the late Bishop
Matthew Simpson Hughes, who died
ruddenly in Cincinnati on " Kaster
Sunday, will not be held in Salem
as was formerly planned, but will
be held at the First Methodist church
in, Portland probably some time on
Friday,' depending upon the time of
arrival of the body from the east.
The body will then be laid to rest
in the Sellwood vault, according to
a decision niade yesterday by the
family. Rev. E. E. Gilbert of the
Oregon district, and the district
superintendents of the Puget Sound
and Columbia districts. Iater when
the Jason Lee cemetery in this city
has been improved It is planned to
have the body brought to Salem and
buried in a family lot with suitable
In order to bring this about the
Methodist people of Salem will have
a Methodist day some time in May.
when all will go to the historic
burying ground and work for its Im
provement. Plans also are being made to pro
cure a life-size painting of Jason
Lee, which will be placed In the
senate chamber at the state house.
Money for the purpose will be ob
tained at the general conference of
the Methodist church in Dei Moines
and by local people. They now plan
to add to this fund to Improve the
cemetery. If this is accomplished
the body of the late Bishop Hughes
will probably be brought to Salem
some time in, June or July.
Rev. Jason Lee. Rev. Wilbur and
Bishop Haven, as well as other prom
inent Methodist ministers rest in the
Jason Lee cemetery and it is wished
by the family and Methodists gener
ally to make the Salem cemetery
the resting place for many of the
prominent leaders of that church:.
Ill'XS CHARGE MACHINATION
BERLIN. April 6 Chancellor
Mueller declared today that M. Mil
lerand. French premier, at first In
formally consented to Germany's
present military action in thj Ruhr
district, on the assumption that op-
c rstlnn vntiM nnlv rnninmt twn t-T
Jasen Lee Cemetery to be Im- three weeks nd "'ki i
. n , I enced by the French generals. Mil-
prOVed oelOre Interment lerand decided "to make political
r fl L I capital" out of Germany's Internal
UI VUUTUUaail conditions. The chancellor also as
serted that the present French pro-
FAMILY MAKES DECISION r"'! Ta,!,ou"d to g,v :!d n?
uhn iAntlntta In flaunt Ihlr IawImo.
oellWOOd Vault in Portland ness wherever they are given the op
"The occupation of Frankfort.
DarnstaUt. Hanau and other German
places by the French." said the chan
cellor, "is a fresh attempt of Gallic
militarism on the peace of the
world peace only Just restored af
ter an era of misery. It will mH
with the strongest condemnation by
right thinking men and women -jv-frywhere.
Accaxi French of MilitarUm
"The French assertions that the
German military measures in the so
called neutral zone against lawless
bands, of the Ruhr constitute a vio
lation of the peace treaty are but a
flimsy pretext for wanton agres
sion." The chancellor then made the
charge that France had altered her
decision, "obviously under the influ
ence of the French generals" and
"The Intentions of France, where
militarism and imperialism seem
again to be In the ascendancy, are
only too clear. By invading cities
like Frankfort. Hanau and Darn-
stadt. which are the principal gate
ways between north and south Ger
"nv. France hope to throttle the
German empire and cause our polit
lierr Mueller asserted that the
t rench action certainly would swell
the number of those who declare
that since France Is more than ever
bent upon achieving Germany's com
plete annihilation. Germany will be
compelled to prepare for the death
"If the allied governments. If the
decent opinion of . mankind should
placidly tolerate this act of French
aggression." concluded the chancel
lor, then the occupation of Franc-
fort will mak the beginning of an
era of international anarchy the like
or which the world has never before
German Xot fioothiajc
The German note dealing with eon
d it Ions In the Ruhr district, which
was handed to the respective charges
a arraires in Berlin, begins by tut
mg that grave ; reports received of
sanguinary fighting In the Rhenish
Westphallan region la the middle of
Marcn cansea .me German govern
ment to request permission of the al
lies, to snUJu limited numberjof
troops to the temporarily menaced
tone. .The German government at
the same, time offered guarantees for
An Epic of Snow-Bound Alaska
The Golden Goat of the Fortune
Where They Think With Hits Hard,
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FRENCH MOVE TO
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has. further, left the British govern
ment under no Illusion concerning
U. 8. COMMISSIONER WITHDRAWS
COBLENZ. April C. It was learn
ed today at the office of Pierpont B.
Noyes. American Rhineland commis
sioner and representative of the state
department, in the American occu
pied area, that several days ago Mr.
Noyes formally disassociated himself
from any action the high commission
might take. Involving It directly or
Indirectly. In a possible French ad
vance into unoccupied territory. It
was also stated at the office that Mr.
Noyes had notified Washington.
to be friendly with
Easier to Remove
Than Conceal Wrinkles
Rl'IIK SITUATION DF.SKRATE
BERLIN. April 6. The northern
section of the Ruhr district, includ
ing Dulsburg. Mulheim. Dortmund.
Hamborn. Sterkerrad. Oberhausen
and Schwerte, according to newspa
per reports. Is in the hand of General
Kabitsch. operating from Wesel.
The disarmament of the popula
tion is progressing but only where
the reichswehr are In full controL
The desperate character of the
righting is indicated by the report
that among the number killed have
been a large number of armed wo
men. It is stated. that only the em
ployment of artillery and of armored
cars secured the victory.
Remnants of the red army are satd
to be concentrated at Essen, from
Whea you try to conceal yur wrin
kles with nut mtd from btiiL tdu
the due withdrawal of these troops, I yourir. not n. Let defeat.
The French government reel led I T"'tn, y.ul
that it could comply only If allied I aumed to b greau"
troops occupied Frankfort. Hanau. I This little epirr.m of Martial ur-
Homburg. Dleberg and Darmstadt reU the present day tendency to avoid
fnr th earn mrlul xtA l U Ot coametlca which ran only
17" w . v 7 I conceal xr bid facial defect, and to
Lli troops were I adopt Instead rational meana f remov-
ux excess or me, limit already per-1 ma- the um. ror the removal or
mitted. ( , I wrinkles, barslneaa of cheeks and chin.
riaJma bim Tw 1 xolll lormuia. wnicn roes to tn
Claims Biej is DemaiMCd I foundation of theae troubles, seems to
"Setting aside the seriOUS 0blec-lh?T com to srenera! ue alnce Ita
ktvnm fn.ii...i...ii.. i Tirtuea oecame Known several . yearn
tlons to further: occupation of Ger-aro. 0nm ounM of powdered .axoi.te
the present time the cost would be
far greater than under normal con
ditions." The Maple street sewer district
takes in practically the whole south
part of the city. The construction
of the sewer was contemplated last
year but the. lowest bid received for
the job wss something over $30,000
and the council held the bid too
high to undertake the work. This
year an additional tract of land has
been taken in and the estimated cost
of construction placed at $33,000.
A number of objections to the
hard-surfacing of severs! streets In
the city were also read la t 'night.
The council had contemplated the Im
provement of more than 40 blocks of
concrete . pavement, but on account
of the large. number f- ibjetra
who do not want bard t urfaced
streets at this time the number -f
improved blocks will be materially
cot down.. r
No final action was taken by the
council In regard to the objections
and the council adjourned to meet
Thursday night finally to dispose of
man territory, me German' govern-1 procurable at any dm atore. i
ment declares Its readiness to eon-l m a hair pint witch hasei.
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BLEND . VyA
no man ever smoked a better ..
cigarette at any price!
GAMELS quality, and their expert blend
of choice Turkish and choice Domestic
tobaccos hand you a cigarette that will sat
isfy every smoke desire you ever expressed.
T You will prefer this Camel blend to either
ykind smoked straight I
Camels mellow -mildness will certainly
2 appeal to you. The "body" is all there, and
that smoothness! it s a aeugmi
Go the limit with Camels! They will not
tire your taste. And, they leave no unpleas
ant cicraretty aftertaste nor unpleasant ciea-
ed at Recent Meeting of
, . City Council
l mwt i v . .m.- . i . w I waan loiion inia naniena ine Kin
rnicriuB iuc almoat Immediately. effertuallv
places named, in the event that SUCh lamooth Ins out wrlnkUi and "drawing
German troops as were employed hadl" hansmr skin or roids.
not left the fifty kilometer sone with
in a fixed periodto be determined by
the allied governments.
The note argues that the highly
disquieting news, which had unceas
ingly arrived since, left no doubt that
the speedy restoration of peace and
order was Impossible - without tem-
Dorarv military Intarrentfnn and
contends that the position was so Kemormrances Are rrcsent-
I critical mat not oniy me weuare or
the population In those regions, hut
the entire economic life of Germany
waa seriously menaced. Communists
and mobs terrorised the entire public
life, made indiscriminate reuisitlonsl DALLAS. Or.. April 6. (Special
and plundered and threatened life! to The Statesman) At last night's
and security. , I meeting of the Dallas city council.
Hans Think Helves Responsible. I property owners representing more
The note further says that the I than 90 per cent of the property in
agreements accepted by the newly the proposed Maple street sewer d In
formed executive and central coun-ltrict. appeared before that body and
ells with a view to restoring law and I remonstrated against the con true-
order were useless because the ln-tlon of the sewer at this time, the
surgents who concluded them no chief objection being that "with the
longer had power to carry them out. high prices of material and labor at
The German government Is of the
opinion that it proved to the allied
governments that the systematic res
toration of law and order by the
troops could not be delayed a single
"The German government." adds
the note, "is responsible for the
lives and liberties of Us countrymen.
It. therefore believes that It should I e Kat Too Murh Meat Which Clog
RIGGS RUNS FOR
Salem Druggist Files His Dec
laration With Secretary
I will support those measures which
sppear to be conducive to the moral
and material welfare of the people
of Oregon and Marlon county la r-
"1 have been succersfsl la cos
daetlng my own bssiness and If el
ected to the legislature, would strive
to give the affairs of the state the
same careful and business like at
tention that I do my own personal
"I will appreciate your vote. B
sure you are registered."
"Young 'itan. when you soli Be
this fountain" pea. you told me I
could carry It upside down la mj
pocket with perfect safety."
..8 yon ran. sir." '
. Well 1 tried It and look at this
-Why. my dear sir. yon nsst have
er flllej that pen before yoa put
It la your pocket. Ton shosldat
have done that. Floys Life.
Just compare Camels with any ciga-
-Va dl dA ' dt ft TtfM M dt w ws A 9 I
's' vi" ' Cmtnl ere mold erery irlwt in etcnti&cmlly eld "J I
. Z."-' "V. YJ V -T-j" . pmchmtKm ot3Q ciimi9ttmfor 30 ern1; or tt pack- r.-nf I
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jr jr . v .fc r cmrton. Wo 4rontly rocommood thtm cmrtom tar 3 "kH - I
-r 't i , """ V : r J". om orfico mmppljr or wrhom yom travel. I
SALTS FINE FOR
Zadoc J. Riggs. Salem druggist yes
terday filed with the secretary of
state his declaration as a candidate
for the Republican nomination to
represent Marion county In the slate
legislature. Mr. Riggs plstform fol
lows: "I hsve bea a resident of Marion
county for 32 years.
"I have been a taxpayer In Mar
Ion county for 19 years.
"I believe In the enactment of
sane and equitable laws which pro
tects the interests of the people.
"I do not desire to be elected to
ths legislature In the interest of any
one class or faction but to represent
ine interests or all the people.
i woHia support such measures
ss will aid in perpetuatlnc the Am
erican form of government: stand for
economy in public expenditures and
"I will stand for Justice for the
people generally, and acalnst dom
Inatloa wy special classes or Interest?.
. Francis X. B tubman
"The Poor Rich Man
Bonds Of Lore
no longer await the formal consent
of the allied governments to the en
try of German troops, nor further re
tard the advance of the trooDs.
Kidneys, Tlira I Ik lUuk
BRITISH RESENT ACTIOS
LONDON. April . (By The As
sociated Press) No cabinet council
was possible today
occupation of Rhine towns as Pre
mier Lloyd George is In Wales. Win
ston Spencer Churchill, secretary for
war. is in France, and the other min
isters have dispersed for the easter
holiday. Nor is it possible to obtain
any official pronouncement concern
ing the view of the British govern
Most folks forget that the kldncT.
like the bowels, get sluggish and
clogged and need a flushing occa
sionally, else we have backache and
dull misery In the kidney region.
tun MT. headaches, rhenmatie twine.
on the French tnmM u.- .. w -. ,
ness and all sorts of bladder disorders.
You simply must keep your kid
neys active and clean, and the mo
ment you feel an ache or nain in the
kidney region, get about four ounces
of Jad Salts from anv cood imr
store here, take a tablespoonful in a
glass of water before breakfast for a
It is generally assumed by the toW dan and - vt win .v.
British press that France is acting art fin Thi famnn. ..it. i. ,.,-
alone In the matter and that lhe fmm th. .-i.i f
British government does not approve! julre rnmkintwt with titki. i.
of her action, and the newspapers harmlo.. in rin.h ' n,-. .
are asking anxiously why France is
acting alone and why. If force is need
ed, it Is not allied force.
There Is no disposition In the press
here to deny that Germany has vio
lated the treaty, or to minimize the
and stimulate them to normal activ
itty. It also neutralizes the acids In
the urine so It no longer Irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts Is harmless; Inexpen
sive; makes a delightful etferves-
11 f a. a e. m . I .
possiDimy mai me uerman junaers cent lltbia-water drink which every
entertaia the designs attributed to body should take now and then to
them by France. But the newspapers I keep their kidneys clean, thus avold-
fear that Isolated action may Increase
the difficulties of the position.
According to the Standard, the
United States government strongly
protested against French action and
lag serious complications
A well known local druggist says
he sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who
oelleve In overcoming kidney trouble
while It Is only trouble. ,
ONE CAN PLOW HIMSELF INTO A FURROW
DR0GRESS is as necessary in farming as in
business. The farmer must keep step with
the conditions of supply and demand in his pro
duction as must the business man or he will
slip into a "ruf
Gaining the benefit of the experience of others
is only one of the many advantages of banking
at the United States National
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