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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1920.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
THE CITY BEAUTIFUL
Publisned every evening eept Sun-
i by The uapua.1 journal i-ruw w.
IS South Commercial street.
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r HaV- By ARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
Advertising representatives W. T.
Want, Tribune lild?.. New York; Y.. H.
Bioekwell, Peoples Gas Bids, Chicago.
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auid also local news published herein.
By WAI.T MASOX
nnO make Salem the city beautiful is a most worthy
, a jdeal but it can only be accomplished by cooperation
between city officials and property owners.
Every-street might be made an evanue of shade trees
for nothing adds more to a city's beauty. To secure uni-i
formity in planting and proper care when planted, munici-
nnl snnprvisinn la PSSPnfinlfAr uirhniit- lmnrnwumpnt ?-!
sporadic and loses its mass effect. .
mi , .... j , ... , , , , THK WIDK, WIDE WORIJ).
The beautifying of lawns and curbs with shubbery must; After he leamed to oy. joiiy nob
of course be left to the individual and varies with the taste j in'8 'dther took nim int tne woo,ls
,.e J u: J mu ii- , i spend each night In a roost where there
ui me uvvaer, auu ius civic pnue. i.nose lacKing m uie
latter, will refuse cooperation.
No Oregon city has the opportunity to beautify that
Salem possesses. No community has such a long lead as
Salem, with well paved wide avenues, parked civic center.
Jawns and rose hedges. And every street can be made as
beautiful as some already are with systematic and prop
erly directed eiion.
C$vf U UUL3 U 4-JLJtJ
mtmvrs j i i:' , t tx u r t.
former Emperor Willliam which Hol
land refused. The terms of the pro
posed response were considered at
length and will be further taken up
at the next meeting of the council on
Friday. - -
The request of Poland for arms and
supplies was under consideration for
some time today by the council.
A FORTUNATE APPOINTMENT
I sing the olden, tsolden days.
which I've often grieved; the com
mon tip was then a (tinii, and thank
fully received. With princely hands
I Rave ten cunts, and filled with
wholesome filee the souls of all the
helpful septs who did email thinCT for
me. 1 acted tnus ror many years, m
ninny a shire and clinic, and men
were often moved to tears, when they
received the dime. Hut now the por
ter with his brush, the waiter with
his plate, jeer at such specimens of
rush, and breathe a hymn of hate. A
quarter, even, Is too small, too trif
ling and too punk, to souths the cur
rent of their gull they ought to have
a plunk. Home .day the people will
arise and raise a howdyfi, and swat
as they would swat the flies, the
whole blamed nrftln crew. -Some
day a statesman will appear, a eerm
proot law he'll frame, to make the
tip of yesteryear an outlawed, peiinl
Biime. The tlpplnsf of the olden time
was free from sin and guile, for then
n man could give a dime, and ttet a
winning smile; but now he gives a
halt a lame, which he can hardly
spate; the porter takes it with n
frronn, and goes outdoors to swear.
ANNOUNCEMENT that H. A. Hinshaw, general
freight spent nf th Smir.hpm PnpifiV Viae Kaon an.
en o - -Sh 'x vivj . iiwu tyvvii c
pointed assistant general manager of the- lines in Oregon
is received with satisfaction as a deserved recognition
of faithful service and demonstrated ability. There is no
one better acquainted with the developed business and
undeveloped resources of Oregon, no one more interested
in the upbuilding of the state, or who will assist more
in the creating of its industry than Mr. Hinshaw.
He has an intimate first hand knowledge of every section
of the state and of its traffic possibilities that bespeaks
an era of railroad cooperation with industry in develop
ment and makes the appointment a fortunate one both
tor the railroad and the state.
were many other young robins, whose
fathers had likewise brought
learned a great deal from be.
ing wtih so many new friends, it was
not long be fire he could find plenty of
food for himself, without help from
He discovered ,too, that there was
safety la numbers. For example, If
Jasper Jay made too great a nuisance
In Chicago Improved
Chicago. Feb, 3. Influenza niln
pneumonia, which yesterday appeared
to be on the wane, took a sharp up
ward spurt today, and nt the same
time deaths from the two diseases
readied 195, only six leas than
reached, on the height of the epidemic.
MO DP! IIS IS
Hun Francisco, Feb. S, Tr. J. A.
Itutledge, superintendent of the Mod
ern Woodmen tuberculosis sanitarium
at Colorado Springs, died hwre today
following an attack of influenza. l)r.
liiiilcdve was on his wny to Honolulu
when he was conipellled by Illness to
go to hospital here.
Chief of Bov Scouts to
Here From Train
Harold ti,-Cnnlt, local scout exont
t'.ve, haH received li telegraphic mes-s-ige
from Clilf'f Scout F.xecutlve Jan.
I,. Vest, father of boyhood nctlvttle;
fill American boys, that he has nr
icntii'd for a short stop at the South
cm I'ai'lfic depot Tuesday night, ami
will address the youth of Salem from
the platform of his train. rVeause ot
n pie-arranged Itinerary, it wis Im
.,,nl!le for local scout leaders to gel
ft loiiuer visit In the city from Mr. West
s.i the chief executive arranged for the
f. w minute sti lit the depot.
Mr. West's train Is due nt 7:4" nnd
thou- wlfchlng to hear him ars Advised
t.. be at the depot at 7:30. fSoits hi
tin citv are especially Invited to hear
ti e address,
rOKMKR flKUVUS IMUKST
lill IN IN M'.W .11 llsl'Y.
A CCORDING to Secretary Lane. 14:1000 school teach-
1 ers abandoned their work last year because of
meager salaries to enter more protitab e occunat .inns.
The shortage of teachers in New York state is placed
at over 5,000 with 1,000 rural schools closed for lack of
teachers. Similar conditions exist in most of the other
states and the nation faces a demoralized and broken
down school system.
The National Education Association reports a shortage
of 39,000 teachers with 65,000 employed unfit for the
work. City and country schools are both suffering, but
rural communities suffer most because cities have parti
ally met the the emergency with increased pay refused by
States that have fixed a minimum teachers wage at a
reasonable figure, suffer the least. Maine, with a min
imum of $900 has found no difficulty in maintaining
To prevent the wreckage of the school systems, the
more progressive states have adopted a definite policy of
state support in addition to local systems of taxation.
Uregon laces the same school demoralization as other
states ana it was to place the public school system, upon
which the future of the state rests.
basis that the special session of the legislature submitted
io rererenaum a muiage tax for their support.
The two mills tax ithus raised will provide revenue
needed and obviate special state appropriations. Sup
plemented by district levies, it will enable the payment of
adequate wages and prevent capable instructors from
deserting to other lines of industry.
.It is one of the most important measures submitted to
the people and should receive a unanimous endorsement.
of those berries." Said Mr. Robin.
"Well. 1 notice one thing," . Jolly
observed. "My waistcoat is fast losing
its black spots. And it's redder than it
was. The red berries certainly colored
them lit In some way."
Mr. Robin replied that he had never
heard of such a thing happening. He
i looked curiously at his son's waistcoat.
"It does seem to look different," he
said, "It's brighter than it was."
Really .that was bnly because Jolly
was growing up. But neither he nor his
father stopped to thing of that. And
since Jolly had learned that motto.
"ollow vwiir father's lead!" he thot
his waistcoat ought to be just as red
as old Mr. Robin's was.
So Jolly visited the mountain ash
each day and fairly stuffed himself
with the bright red berries.
It did him no harm, anyhow. And
he enjoyed eating it.
And the next spring, when Jolly
Robin returned to Pleasant Valley, n
ter spending the winter in the south,
there was not a redder waistcoat in all
Dawson Gty Billed to
Vote Dry This Month
Dawson. Y. T., Dec. 29. (By mail.)
Dawson City where, according to the
movies and stories, liquor ran free and
fast in the gold stampede days, is to
take a final vote on prohibition in
Febraury. A prohibition association
claims the city, as well as the other
camns of the Yukon Territory will voto
dry. Liquor is now obtainable under
Bright eyes, a dear skin and a bodr
fu3 of youth and health rnayu
yours if you will keep your Sy3
in order by regularly taking
Tha world'a standard remedy for Iridn
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles. S
enemies of lila and looks, fa nsa
16S6. . All dmggiata, tare sis,
Look f Ik. urn. Gold MJ.l . .
a kwm m iauutio
of himself by bullying a young robin,
a mob of robins could easily put
Jasper to flight.
"Always help other people!" That
was a motto that all the youngsters
had to learn. And another was this:
' Follow your father's lead!"
Later in the season, in October,
when the robin cousins and uncles and
aunts and sisters and brothers and all here.
SURRENDER, LIST TO
BE SENT TO GERMANY
Paris, Feb. 3. The draft of the
note to Germany with the list of per
sons whose extradition is to be de
manded was approved by the council
of ambassadors today. It was decided
by the council that neither the note
nor the list should be made public
There is No Remedy Like Vinol
Those who are nervous, all run down, no appetite,
and can "hardly drag around'' Vinol creates a
hearty appetite, induces sound sleep, invigorates
the nerves, creates strength and quiets the nerves.
Here is Proof that Should Convince Everyone
nervals, Feb, 3. Father Martin II.
fUl'HVen, formerly of (lervais. died
Humliiy nt Passaic, N, .1. at the age of
to years. He came to Oregon in 1S71
with his parents and grew to man
hood on a farm sust of nervals. He
vns ordained In the local church In
Itcfildes his nged mother lie leaves
tie following brothers and aisters:
Jimepll of tlervain; Peter IS., of Col-
fox. Wash., Mrs. Catherine I-aiilx of
Wooilliurn; Mrs. KHsabeth Ausiitnn
of Portland; Mis. Margaret MoUan nf
1 rooks; Theodore nnd Mrs. Me.leline
OW and MARRIED LIFE
Wall MSGlone Gibson
the rest ot the relations made their
long flight to their winter homes tn
the south, Jolly found that there was a
good reason for such rules. If he
hadn't followed his father then h
might have lost his way, because
since it was the first time he had ever
been out of Pleasant Valley he knew
nothing whatever about traveling.
He looked forward with much inter
est to the journey ,for as the days grew
shorter he heard a great deal of talk
about the trip among his elders. And
while he was waiting for the day when
they should leave he became acquaint
ed with many new and delicious mor
sels to eat. He roamed about picking
wild grapes, mulberries and elderber
ries. And lie did not scorn a large,
green katydid when he chanced to find
one. ; ;
There was always onie new dainty
to be sampled; though' the weather
grew colder Jolly began to understand
that In winter Pleasant Valley would
not be so fine a place to live.
However, he managed to find food
er.ough go that he continued to grow
rapidly. The night after he found a
mountain ash on the hillside, full of
bright red berries, his father said that
he seemed much taller than he had
been that, morning.
"You must have eaten a great many
the subject. "Whatever John may
say," I said to myself,'1 "until Helen
proves herself something that I have
never yet known her to ba, I sharl not
only answer her letter, but I shall be
"You may pick up all the rest of
the notes," I said to the nurse, "and
I will answer them sojne other day.
This one Is from ono of my old
est friends. You see It Is very thick and
I want to read It carefully."
.... (To becontlnued.
The council also discussed the reply
to Holland regarding the surrender of
should not be "dosed''1 ji
for colds- apply the (j
"outside" treatment- Sjfjy
"YOUR BODYGUARD" - SOf. SO .U.30
Sebree. Kv. "I was run-down.
weak, and nervous, and had no appe
tite and could not sleep, so I was unfit
to keep around and do my work. A
friend asked me to try Vinol. I did
so and now I sleep better, eat better
and feel better in every way,, and I
can truljr recommend Vinol to others
who are in a run-down, nervous con
dition." Mrs. T. H, Shelton.
fct Louis. Mo "I was In nch
weak, run-down, nervous condition I
could not do my work, and had lost
all my ambition as I had taken to
much medicine without benefit. A
relative told me about Vinol and I
cannot praise it enough for what it
has done for me in restoring my health
and strength. "- Mrs. Edna Wind.
Tor all ron -down, nervous, anaemia conditions, weak wotnen, OTerwnrked num.
feeble old people and delicate children, there Is no remedy Uk ViuoU
-,y..yn7 wilt " turned if Vinol falls
IV I II at VaNV F
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1. IIU. Llll'lltlttll.i.
WmuanUke V VViTJa- , .... i'.'.T tor if your friend.
ldt word, for 1u,t as I h .rf V 1, "a T . U8, tt "Ulu oant place in
- aiii,-itrju ; LIIO
my somewhat "l'lermmmutio sentence this
; , -y'-'i'iaisBiH ignoring your absence,
of certain social sins a long as nossi,. "A. !,,..
'1' " """" "eu you are gone, to him
win must be an achinir vol.1 in
my muse came In and John made his
Miring our rather heated disenlm,
... ....v. riiiirm lorgoneu anont niv
itcaiis die letter Twice.
man me letter over twice. By hap.
iv iiicumsuinee John had missed this
1 knew that the letter would have
etters. for they ,Vere strewn all over I maU. John desperately angry. Vet I
he bed I picked up Shepard'a late i could not help but feel that John had
M.e, and read It. It said; brought this upon hlniself Wheneve
"lhey .ell,ue.dearick-a-bedLadyhe and 1 had been in company h.
lh.it thei- .,.,.- n. ..... "V l ,. . vompany n
wniiiuM with sroat iiiw tft tlmt I um mr K.-l Hh0,,ai,.i'. ..!
UaU- ami I HHi
Tt-ei tlKUiy i ll ill l!H:-.s !'l '.! go
J!.-;..-.iiHm Hull tir janitoi' h ii- t ctr-
a imiiy knife. You're e'-;' ';n't)"
V hen ou feel a. Ultg .u nw
patience to see how yon will look in
the newest Oreenwich village mode, t
expect It Is bobbed, isn't It? I think
I'm going to like It, Katherlne, for
some way 1 always have pictured you
In your least feminine attire, when l
have Invoked your memory. I can see
you in your riding costume, astride my
1 et norc, who has luiw allowed ano
ther woman on bis back; I i nn see vou
as I looked Into your face the day af
ter you won the tenms singles; I cam
n t that Uule upward curve of your lips
k they break Into a smile after long
nine nt golf mud 1 remember you vi
vldly us you cut the water so vigorous.
I.v In swlmmhii,- out and .around the
leenng ior me was pity.
John never pays any attention to me
at home or abroad except when that
attention is something that will re
bound to his own credit or is someth
ing he particularly wishes to do at that
moment to satisfy ,u00((
Not since the day that I ia,.ri.,.i
has John Gordon done One thw f-
me because 1 wanted hi,,, lo , M UB
ii nppenieu to him personally. Yet
. i'.-.-uiue tmu most of our friends
V . " u,;,t "e is a parttctilarlr In
lilllk!llir hnul,..,,.! t . ... .. ' ,
: . i iiiive me tlnest, an
liilliUMI I B CiOtllAri ,H,, . .. . .,
I r ,, , . ....... wa Riri i air
,or wxtl-bemg as anyone in our set,
i I Wonder if 1 , .,.,. . , .
rafi Von u...., i. 1 1.. .1 , , - ...j.i.uui.i i nara-
, , ' oa i uiiiiK so wiu-ii i remember
,,,e ,ul, as viem mist "omierfull
women, imt yiuir breath eaaie as easily
as it did In your own divmiuii room
ILK DEALERS AND
DAIRYMEN MEET TO
SCUSS PROBLEM S
near hauiei In.-, 1 can not eer think
of ymt as a Siek-a bed Uidy. You sre
loo full of the toy of living the great
.mt-of-dwi-i. life. You don't Jiiind mv
running on like this. d v.,u . aii..
lobl urn o w riie ,u often. Said as soon I
v rapturous houm w ...
together before om- mmriiige. What
an awful thing it will h,. for Helen it
she finds that K ,y is Uko this! .She
has put everything on the cast of the
.ie. If Hobby', love fails her she will
have nothing upon which to lean.
Which I the Happier?
I wonder which la th i,, ......... ... .....
jnu were ai.ir u would Uiis tu rtuii, two Wumen this vei v ,.;,,. i .., . .
oy U-.ers As ,-,. reu.l then, I want mj sell. i:,h wllh lwt three beuif ,
M il to remcnl.or thot ny heart stood children and monev enoiul, to take
Mill and the atmosphere tamed Li n k 'rare of then, .educate them in nv wny
the day 1 heard of the accident. It (she chooses.
antl freeilmti. tj..i..u
eame to me most poignantly that p,- whose whole little world must b. ho,
slbly I had lost my old fneml, John I within the TlZZ- Z
(Im don .and m new fiien.l :i..h
- - - - i in? in iuitb innvl .
JOlTtiNAL WANT ADS TXT
lop's Wife! 1 i1id Hot 111, Mil ireii ,-., (I,ii li. ...
this. tod:.y. 1 j,,, meant to tell yon I even in her thought "
that I am so Kl.ul y ni atv getting along ( Will she be satisfied with the lov. b
u. wpll I Kj.a l., ...... .li. t u. ...... .... . '1-
' "" " ap uerr . roor Helen' I am
has told iw, 1 think my joy has made afraid mi! And then as I diusse I
n.e bubble a h.tle I v .jhn almost, her In ifly miad I suddenly rid,
every day. and lyetl,,,, I think hejed that pebbly she had written ne
looks o litt.c Kmcy. He must luim yea Isomething that would throw a Hsht on
Portland, Or., Feb. 3. Milk dealers
and those interested in all forms of
dairying met here today for the fourth
annual joint convention of the Pacific
northwest associaation of dairy and
milk inspection nnd the Northwest
Milk Dealers association, Pacific
northwest states sent delegates. The
convention closes Thursday. .
r. a. flood, of Spokane, president
of the milk dealers, nreuideil u;bii.
A. M. Work of Portland, vice-nresi-
dent, nnd A. V. Bird of Seattle, sec
retary, were prominent figures of the
meeting. Today's program Included
addresses by D. I). Stewart of Seattle;
it. h. Muey. gait Lake Citv: Georce
L. Buckley, Mount Vernon, Wash.;
Karl R Musser. dairy e.- islon
specialist. Washington StaO C'!ege:
Miss Lutie E. Pteurvj, Milwaukee,
Wis.; Dr. It. J. Donahue, chief divis
ion dairy nnd livestock, state of
Washington: and Samuel Huntington,!
cniei must inspector, Taconia.
Are there any lines between
your eyes? If so, ask yourself
the question, "Why?"
Many people liave a constant
scowl caused solely by eyestrain.
This is often so disfiguring that
it doesn't matter how attractive
the person otherwise appears
the scowl spoils it all.
In most cases scowls can be
"smoothed" out by relieving the
If you have any symptoms of
eyestrain you should let us ex
amine your eyes at once. Don't
wait until ugly lines appear be-
tween the eyes.
Henry L Morris & Co.
EYESIGHT SPECIALISTS ;
305 State Street Salv-m
DB, PAINLESS PARKER
THE E. R. Parker System in Den
tistry has done for the masses,
what old-style dentistry did fpr the
few. It has made it possible for
everybody to have their teeth skill-
fully cared for at prices they can af
ford to pay.
The work done by dentists using
the E. R. Parker System is so good
that it can be widely advertised. It
is so good that it can be guaranteed.
It is so good that, no matter what
price you pay others, you can not be
An important part of the E. R.
Parker System is to educate the public about the benefits
of good teeth and the dangers to health of bad teeth.
This Is right in line with the welfare work for better
health now being clone all over the country.
There are twenty-four dental offices where the E. R.
Parker System is used by Registered Dentists, who com
prise the largest and most successful organization in the
world practicing dentistry. Under this System, exam
inations and advice are free to all.
Registered Dentists Using the
E. R. PARKER SYSTEM
Dr. D! M. Ogden
Wrinkles That Form
Around Eyes And Mouth
This Good I,ouking Young Woman
Advises Old Time Rodnr. of Butter
milk Cream in New Way A
Gefitle Massage with l ingers
Before Rearing All That Is
who in childhood
ate Grope-Nuts.now '
They know Ms sturdy
Ja the same puie
and barley food
as when first origi
nated. Thousands will attest
to its merit.
At Grocers every
-.;-r V mi
TRY IT, YOU'LL SAY,
The Whole Family Likes it
Bake-Rite Sanitary Bakery
457 State Street.
ADDING, BOOKKEEPING, CALCULATING MACHINES
We have established offices in Salem.
Rooms 302, 303, 307, 308 Masonic Temple
Canning a full line of Machines.
We offer prompt service. Let us know your needs.
BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE CO.,
Phone 518 f H VfiRfF M,n,rr Salem
v I VilVU) llltUiU,Vl
llieie i no secret auoui u
there any doubt about the result it s
just common ordinary Buttermilk in!
the form of a wonderful cream gently :
massaged with the finger tlpa around
the corners of the eyes and mouth
To prove this to your nimnU. .... '
tsfaction obtain a small oiiantiiv rt
Howards Buttermilk Creani m o.-
- luun soous counter on
the money back if dissatisfied plan.
The directions are simple and it costs
so little that any girl or woniaa can
L ADD & BUSH
General Banking Business i.
Office Hours from 10 a. in. to 3 p. m.