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TEE CAPITAL JOURNAL
TUESDAY, APRIL 6
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
rr.n?;c:i invade giiany .
VTin th nresident declared that imperialists were now in;
as rvrffPKNT)K?n' kkwspapfr; rAtltfV)i 0f France, there was a loud outcry raised against the,
e Sdbtaton.'ft7ai7MaiPiStIj"in!uir to our former ally. However developments speak for1
togcZ. us south commrciai street. I themselves and the French invasion of Germany and seizure of,
I offlriT MitSrSi r" m T j cities east of the Rhine show plainly enougn mat militarists are.
Editor nd publisher. i"i control oi rrenen poucy ana inai m me aura - ui .. u.
t rance, wmcn nas neia ner army ior me purpose, u u
There is every indication that France intends to protect the;
future by permanent occupation of the territory west of the.
Crow lost a!t Jlijui-
Entered as second clan mail mat
ter at Sri lent. Oregon.
m TV n m re
nv adthiio mrr railfyJ
THE MAJOR HESITATES 1 to fight all strangers.
Major Monkey's army soon became) In fact, the Major said he wishe
r Iri!riL?:n".,",r";",,hi Rhine, under one pretext or another, though pledged to withdraw
... . i t 4 hp ! fm IVa HAiifunl rrrt a a D(wn oa flowm O riTf hofl mmnllPlI With VlPr '
&r.M,f . k c'unt' I agreements-something; that Germany apparently has little fatal-; ' Mother f c his own a"at
. !. , T vnna ,t t A; .mUc. mnll 4a Had nrmiatiro tprms heen siri. of P.ln. Mo.,n,ain And . For how was the army ever going to
-t unirr v u. w. a". ........ nun ui uvui ujiho vuinirt.in. w. - . - , o , . t . , . f
a.n .i,h.rlntinna lira tumble In ad- , ... . j -. i,j il,. i. I'.nn manv Demons who hart been In the fight, if all the enemies Kept out ot.ngni.
mv. And st last Mr.
patience with him
"Are you going to sit here all cay
and do nothing:-' Mr. trow ae-
Monkey said. "D te
quiet: Do you want them
-r n-t rare if they hear me." Mr.
Crow cried. "It s plain to me that
these bovs will stay here all day if
thavVe nnt driven away.'
"No doubt! "Major Monkey agreed,
as he plucked a tender shoot off the
tree and ate it.
"Do?" said Mr. Crow. "What's the
army for I d like to know if not to
complied with, and the German army disbanded, the recent Kapp man? Peraon whQ
revolt and Ruhr revolution could not have occurred.
The immediate cause of the French invasion is the sending of j
i German troops into the neutral zone upon pretense that they were;
seemed .somewhat pale.
"Quite true!" he agreed agsj. I
Tm not sure we're strong enourt
do anything against these ruff i
down below, l m noi sure that i '
depend on the army in a pine), 6,1
To the Major'a great alarm '
Crow squalled with rage. i
"You've insulted me!" he sW. 8
And he made such a commotio, n
Major Monkey scampered off kT
oning to Mr. Crow to follow hfcT5"
Just as they left, a stone 1
crashing through the leaves, tin 1
by some boy who had notietj vj 1
Crow's hoarse cries. "
And that made Major Monkw '
all the faster. " !
Advertisinu representatives W. I.
Ward. Tribune Bids, New Tork; W.
H. Stockvreu, People Gas bldg.,
HEMBKK op associated press needed to restore peace in the Ruhr district and overthrow the;
The Awiated Press is exclusively ; communists and strikers an action it is alleged, not justified
entitled to the une for publication of', .... i-
aii news dispatches credited to it or by the situation, but intended r.s a preliminary move in a mili-
aot otherwise credited m this piper tar;st nrogrram. Tlie action was in violation of Article 32 of
the Treaty of Versailles, and the Germans failed to withdraw
Oil JVH tan M, VJUV-HH
TCgOTl The French occupation takes the form of an extension of
hsPTVntiflns e rencn 'ines aroun(l the bridgehead of Mayena, in a semi
circle oi about is miles, f ranee is, oi course, tne oniy one oi tne
allies in a position to act, having her army in readiness, and her
aggressive course will intensify the hatred of the Germans and
and also local news published herein.
Vortlnul. United Siiite Circuit
Ccurt Jiulne William E. (lilbert f.inn
dy lamed a U'mporiiry injunction not make for the restoration of good will.
eit the enforcement of the ogon i Such acts of aggressiveness sow the seeds of future conflict,
in Quiring newspapers printtfd in ! much as German aggressiveness produced the world war.
f.vc jrn laii(fUHi"S to purallei their col
utiii. in Kngluth. The lnw was run
tciieu by several papers in the s'.at?.
Jl''i, Ollbert declared, in hanciii.g
Jown hi (ieofHion, that tiie order wis!
JOHNSON'S VICTORY OVER WOOD.
Hiram Johnson, without an organization or money, easily dis-
And that nuule Major Monkey run
nil the faster.
All the generals began to tell one
another that Major Monkey was a
very brave soldier. And certainly he
said nothing to change their opinion
of him. He was always telling horn
much he liked to fight, and complain
ing that he was only wasting his
valuable time in Pleasant Valley.
In a way the Major was right. And
probably there never would have been
the least trouble if Johnnie Green and
his friends hadn't happened to have a
picnic in the woods on the same day
and in the same spot that the Major
had chosen to call his generals to
gether. Of course, the Major couldn't drill
his soldiers with Johnnie Green and a
half-dozen other boys on hand to
watch. So the generals lurked be
hind trees and wished that the pic
nickers would go away.
Menawhile Major Monkey himself
sulked in the tree-tops, hidden high
up anion? the leafv branches where
... .. v . iW o hi mill.
m.iv be expedited in the federal u
preine court. The law was to becom
cfeictive April 20.
h.Kii ,oUi into thJHe watched the boys while thev ate
made speedily so that the question j tanced General Wood in the Michigan primaries, Who had both a'11 " and then began to think 'eirJ"ncheo". which they devoured
.. .. ... ,..., it ...i t n . .t .i ... f 4 ' ; j da Soon as ffifv rofichfiii t h itnin
machine and a slush fund, although a very light vote was cast onl1 ",0. deal io do'- A then he looked 0 while
account Of the Ea.Ster Storm. with spreadnig the news. He took they P'ayed games hide-and-seek.
Johnson's victory was due to several causes, chief of which sevpr!" ons tnPs, just to ten people ?"dl1odI.ucok"?""the"r0ck and 'o"ow-my-is
the fact that there is a large German vote in Michigan, flnfi that the army was reeady-and eager 7, rIew
every German and hyphenated American in the land, who opposed in the future win help make the laws.;"" anJ tried to talk with Major Mon-
WomanVf Hour Has Struck . i "le JlaJr na very little to
"The woman's hour has struck, my I JIT r P rn
dear, and the man will be happiest" lYllnClS KCtUSB 10
Tic-burg. The sheep anil goat raU
crr tf Poii(,'l.is comity formeil an or
F"1 zation Friday afternoon with Loy
al V. F.mtry as president; H. V. Nirh
ol vice-president; C. J. Hunl, secre
tary, and C. E. Banning, treusurer, and
Ken Ick Kale, Will I. Dixon, A. K. Be
ni!s, L. L. Wells and J. C. liarnes as
menilnrs ot the executive committee.
Albany. -George A. Hurley, who li
b-lnjr held to the grand Jury on the
charges of rape and contributing to the
hnell releiiHeil frim the rniinlv 1n ti n.Jtion, reacted against the General. The determination of the Deo
liomls furnished by i.eon Hogg audi pie to rebuke any attempt to buy the presidency, accounts largely
V. M. H.(1h, well known llarrlsbure1 for WnnH'H nnnr flVinwino-
!., k,.d. i.. .1, .1 . &
The slush fund issue, and the manner in which General Wood
has side-stepped it, and declined to make public the list of con
tributors to his cause, is likely to cost him the nomination, des
pite his well organized machine and his reckless expenditures of
the war, is against the peace treaty and therefore for Johnson
Another contributing factor to the success of Johnson was
the fact that Michigan ranks as a semi-progressive state and
that Johnson got most of the progressive vote.
More than anything, else, however, the scandalous campaign
expenditures in Wood's behalf, following the conviction of Sen
ator Newberry for similar expenditures to secure his own elec-
resldents. The bonds were in the
anount of $2000 on the former and
11000 on the latter charge,
M.iinhfleld. R. J. Htihbnrd and
John Klernan of Portland have bought
from Adelsperger and Conrad of
Marchfle'd, a tract of timber locate!
oulh of the Umpqiia river near Reed
port and containing 170,000,000 feet of
Umber. The price wiui said to be about
$40 000. Hubbard and Klernan art.
chief owners In the Winchester Day
Lumber company mill at Reedsport
and the timber purchased will be tog-
fled to supply this mill.
Portland, A. Goodwin of San Fran
elwo Monday walked In the office ot
Claries lleumes, assistant United
Mrt'if attorney ror Oregon, and an
nounced that he was the owner of a
lavfce amount of wines seised by fed
eval prohiblton officials here lust week.
llo was taken to the federal court,
whr r he pleaded guilty to violation of
the Reed amendment and was fined
S00. H J. Jones had previously beer,
fined a similar amount.
Kenil A trip of 109 miles in searen
of a clergyman or civil authority vest
ed with power to perform the marriage
mice was ended when John Carroll
and Gertrude M. Dalilwln of Drewsey
found Reverend 11. C. llartranfl of
M.i'id Presbyterian rliurrh Monday.
The wedding ceremony was performed
at I he parsonage.
Portland. -The first annual conven
tion of the Oregon Federation of Music
clubs opened hero Monday. Mrs. Frank
A. Scibviilng of Akron, Ohio, president
of the national federation of musl"
Cl'i' a, nriived today to attend the con
vention Mid Was guest of honor at tt
tanuuet last nlulit.
Vortl'iml. Thern I llltle llltllhood
Of congress extending the wheat price
giuiieiikH- for another year, according
to 1 "Iters recvlw d by the Oregon ss:Up
chamber of commerce from United
Hiuler Senator MeNury ami Congress
man Slnmitt. These letters are in reth-
MOVING TO THE CITY.
The new census shows that the center of population, having
moveu Hieauny westwaru since tne loundation of the republic, is
now moving eastwards. This is because of the general movement
from country to city, and the growth of manufacturing. With
the lure of free land eliminated and the scientific Droo-ress of nori.
culture, by which greater returns are secured with less labor, the
old incentives that populated the country are lacking.
The drift to the city from the country has been marked for
several decades, but conditions caused by the war have remark
ably accelerated it. It is greater in east, With its large industrial
Tilnnfa flion in iUn o.nl rlrtM- J !L i 1 i
i"""1"! " menu limine ior it rests largely upon re
straints upon competitive industry imposed by war conditions and
by capitalistic combinations and labor organizations.
ine tendency toward the city is as old as civilization and
who has heard and heeds Its knell.
"No longer will wives be satisfied to
think a man's word is law, his acts
... ...... .
isacrea to nimsen ana nis opinions al
ways Justifiable." j
"Good gracious, Alice, have you
. . . . j . . i ' i , .. . 1 . . ..i 1 , 1 1 r I. . .
I thought you never had an idea in 1 1'" ea,d of. the Kanas coal
that pretty head of yours beyond so
ciety and good times."
"That's just It, Katherine, I do want
good times, and I intend to have them.
I have recently found that working
up an enthusiastic interest in civic
and national, affairs is much more
fun than holding post mortems on the
last game of bridge. It is a good
thing, however, that Tom is so com
placent over anything I do, or he
might find fault with this which he
calls my latest fad."
"I should think so; why if I should
mention any of these new women
fancies, as John calls them, to hlml
in a serious manner he would never
get over It, He seems to think that a
woman must put aside all her fem
ininity when she bothers her brains
with the affairs of her city, her state
or her country."
"I witsh he 'could have seen the
Ptftsburg, Kan., April 6. Alexan-
niiners, definitely refused today to go
into the Industrial relations court and
participate in the investigation of the
coai mining Industry.
"We will not recogniz the indus
trial court," Howat declared.
nowai saia that the resolutiors
aaoptea Dy the recent district conven
tion of the miners had made the posi
tion of the miners clear.
I "l".f. Ll'iftflllrit !
fcjreVr .tiJ .U: - -- TV;
MX SERIES 20 10
1 I Vij
t-nicago. April 6. The University
vumornia iracg team, which de
feated Illinois in a dual meet nt nrir
eley, Cal., lust Saturday, will be tend
ered a special Invitation to compete
" wesiern conterence track and
Held games at Ann arbor June 5.
Because of "the disgrace accornea
Superintendent E. C. Chadsey," the
Nfltlnnol 1?nn,i 1 . ..
-. . UutalluIlul association com
pelled the Wfthrlpan.nl nut
women at .11,1. W .l- .. ., . . " . . v-iiraso irom
in: " ,uiinB 1,81 ot usme tor the 1931
...,..,. 4 ,,ver saw a nner , oonvention. Mr. Chadsey was annolnt
looking group of women in my life, ed superintendent e nti ,
True, a large percentage of X0
were over fortv. but thev were he,,tt. 5' "g "p i.good Position to take the
fully groomed, stylishly dressed and
any one of them would make a society
woman sit up and take notice and
they all looked so happy. There was
not a bored look o nany face I saw at
due to the superior human appeal of the city. To remedy it life
in the country must be made as attractive as life in the eitv wn
are nearing the conditions realized by older civilizations and
soon solve the problem of feeding the -constantly growing com-LL!!" ,1f,though,.ts strayed Dack
munities by a proportionately diminishing agricultural popdaUon llTL 'TZTl ITS
understood that the scene had shifted,
that her generation had nassed inrl n
new one had begun, a new one with
work. The Chicago politicians got bu?v
and ousted him out of his new place
..u ui leacners resent the action.
Railroad rates will advance 25 per
' "" cai go up a dollar a ton, is a
coal expert's prophecy.
Charles Churohlll, near Roseburr
has been fined $50 for failure to clean
up his dairy barn and otherwise con'
Ply with the state laws.
Rome farmed and robbed the world to feed the imperial city and
long before Rome, it took all Mesopotamia to feed Babylon. Unless
uiv icuiitMiLv uivvurii i iih env i pnoeuni mi. ...:n L. . ...... . . ..
-,,rv, iu i - v. uui,uuca win soon COn-1 prooiems ana yearnings for things' U1B resl"t of a campaign in
sume moie thnn our farms produce and like England, the United th,lt she pi'obably had nver dreamed Lane coun,y. 72 new members have
ouui-a iiiumi loon 10 tne outsiue world for food.
in my common workday duds to the parden T rennlr nnri t
- , - I J A
.1.1.. 1-1 ..... . VAn n-J ....
iiniiKK wmcn would worry her If "uu to tne roll of the lane
she had lived to have me exploit them, rcou"ty Purebred Livestock associa
but I was not sure that in her youthltIon
she did not have problems and yearn-1 .
ings for things a little further along! k on ,he John Day highway is
on the way that her mother had trod I Pesslng satisfactorily. The ston
yearnings that had led her up to the1 retalning waU MnS constructed in
turning where she laid down the bur-
aen and I was to take it tin.
plant some luscious spuds and some boneless nutmegs there And' Tomorrow-Keconciiiaion1 Ainu
I see my neighbors gay burn the costly gasoline, while I plant mv1 in ,, JZZ
SSI a!the e I '-And they 'lS wK
nn casn, io tne movinir nicture slinu-a -liiia t ... .. send it
COtash. I!rilSSls Snrnilts. nn.-l thinna l.-L- t1, rrv...,n ,1 ,k .. ada
.... ',i . . , "! niuoc. iiiey u ue DUV-Ilerninn Si
6 bi 11
;mii t,. i.. il r. :
to telegrams sent them by the state NU eJUS m tlle m Will make them Cl'y), while I pluck1 U 55 Hollywood .
e'lifuber urging them to support a tm! m' "ome grown beets, and consume the rhubnrb pie I'vealittleiL K !ln(1 8 K Morsan to c ii
eitending th. wheat price g,,.,, ,.lM P lot of soil, fifty by a hundred feet; there'll I raise, by honest toil sec 'Mw'' 31,66 A sit '
l,,r nMwt iwr- f. the thin I wish to eat. I'll have pumpkins I can ilUqSLffi B" 1 a"
rortind.-90 groat has be..,, the ie. V J'011 t rest, and young onions that will smell much like t,,,?,.'1:! ae,, 2? ln 98 3E
mand for women Io do housework In Araby the blest. I'll have things to boil and bake, I'll have Cailli-I 0bh".i!S,1 ecTan'S 6 it
Portland ami m surrounding ,,, flower to spare, and my cabbageheads will take premiums at the 7S 3W -.
riirrr? ot -county fair. I'll have growing greens enough all mv f imilv i o ?kS w?r Ta Uwr A""a ";;i'fo"
c pal free employment bureau was till- an(l tne f-n.r .f r -..J ( "i'j,, 'V " ,f imuy t0 keep, to Thomas H and Nettie L
able to fill 85 orders for this work do.-. . l"e M ?.r.U.mff 8t.Utt W1" nt rob me of my sleep. If the Taylor. 20 A sec 10 ln 9S nv aonft
Picture canyon by Italians is a
piece ot workmanship.
IIMPLICITY, strength and accessibility,
combined with efficiency and economy
of operation, recommend the SPECIAL-
Six particularly to the man who constant
ly uses a car and who must have one on
which he can always depend.
S0-H.P. detachable-head motor; intermediate
transmission; 119-in. wheelbase, giving maxi
mum comfort for five passengers.
All Slsdabakw Can mn nlptttl with
Conl Tirar-nothr Stndtnkr Bracadmb
"This is a Studebaker Year"
MARION AUTOMOBILE CO.
44B Court St'
Night- 679 J.
LOCAL AMD LONG DISTANCE HAULING
TON, CONTRACT OR HOUR
"WE STRIVE TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS"
LADD & BUSH
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
lug March, seeonllusf to the monthly
report, l'ay for women to do lin
work, it wits said, shows no slffn of de
ellninir. Portland. Disposition of the cases
gainst 2S alleged I, W. V, charged
with vlolatipn of the state crlmiml
yndleallsm act, who mw arrested on
the nlnht of November It, 11, In
connection with a raid on a hull of the
communist labor party of Oregon, a-ns
expected to be announced Wednesday
according to District Attorney Walter
boys would fall in line, raisine crarden ansa this vwr thai, ;,.ui-
di-nn tl,A i,li;,.A .!.; "All !. l, " , ' ""b"1-
,,,u I'liiiuuic nuule, ne fin is ko otumcu uean
LOVE and MARRIED LIFE.
By the Noted Author
IDAII McGLONE GIBSON
TIk. Now Woman , y .elt that John would not exchange!
t Editor's Note With this chapter you for nnc ntfcr i.. .1 . a I
j Edward M Warmoth and Hazel
A VVarnioth to Emll and Edith
jimiu it 17 W 14 Oaks add
Be''tT anii Sarah Byers to'lda'and"
r j jonson its 10-11-12 bl
3 Hen Halls add Wood burn
ixuah Pendleton to George Al
vln Pendleton Its 23 and 24
H H and Mabel Craig to Mary
"!." u 21 fcl 27 Rosedale add.
fc,''P"on to Etha B Service
10 A James Eleunor Ander-
oun a u j, r in RS 1 vv
Miih Medlone Cll-ron Introduces a liecanne vo.. .,..i.,.. ....... ."Tlv A lm. ''. ll'v
Phase of modern Uf which will prove j no, Kood wlfe W and Exie rtrk. I bl J
of absorbing Interest to all women and case at nil. It is what John thinks of'., Vairmo Purk add .
most men. Kaleidoscopic charges ef- you that counts." 3U'.tonrad and Nellie Fa lk to John
SHOES FOR MEN
THERE ARE NO BETTER
Alice, I always!
leruiiB me status et woman In her! "Do you know
nome nre anu in tne political lite of thought before I
"" '" ue meant lust lovlne I hnva
In n iiiniiiM.r ,,i..ii ..in i,,.i.i ii... . 1 r "". x nae
'"" "'" i-j"'uii now mat it means iinmeainr-
tenlion ,.f everyone. Headers who'ablv mora. 1. ,... ' !.. . ."
li.iv not W f..i i .i.i ,.. ' ... ' " ,ml o "Clt-
... .. . i"-.im .e, ii-usi ana devotion that I
story will find this an excellent start- afraid tbt r ni .. " .
I - - " "vn tuuiin
t" V "l"iwn Rna 'ou know I can
and hu Orator, lis 8 and 9
ni X llnlr llili .
married that being a W If and A a ' -InJo. Zi?"
aim joa tierr. prt D
in 7S 2v .
am0ra,nl ''hf-Kley to WI)"iTs"h" Hud
,t ..i.Mon plt Ul x add 3 Wood
Prt D L C of
No. 296, cl 47
I wanted very mueh to ask Alloc1. lot sympathi,. with John In many of!1 k"f, wJlun to J N and
l,,,t she meant by saying that shejhis Weaa. It mean, utter Hef.ndj w" 8 A slt 53 1W
did not want Kail Phepard to grow 'blind faith, which John hn .h i W, nnJ Ex'p Parker to F S
too fond of me, but I did not dare beiawav. u i k. throw' '"u1 Annwen. It 1 bl I
serlou, with her over it. and so I wlfe mean, manv' Z "l 'Tt A 6000
nseit ruppamly. "How do vou know tint I am nn ..... .i. ' """""i , " ,""u Sin th to
To my surprise she took It serlou.ly slbly be all ot them." " Ca" P" "and" p-E" iJ"T,l
it Till .'till. ' h I.' 1 I llAi.l .1 ...( IIKI. I J - ... 7al
k..n.J v. , . .;.: , " ' " 1 r" . "le 010 ",oa ,h'1' must -belomr- i."' .fWK-nB Johnson.
tcly in love with John? No other' badiy shake, rhelnli'l? !Sorth Si'10 '""'"tniem com pan v "J
man ran hItl y tr a n,0,ent .while, not ye, ,-eadv ,o le bis wi tw nTei! N J, B-,,'n"' U "
John Oi.rd.nt lives." U,.if .' 8 lfe 0wn her-' N S n1'l Silveiton ..
:v;;, i op, l zzrr'
'.TO ,, , , '"'"k. ' Ihc reason torso much unrest' 1 (;porS" W Hubbs Its U-
Is" Ll a.? , i"";.f'f r " ,n",l1'-- h married women ol Z7v'' v "lU l" K N'rt Overton
r .r.1 ' r i ","0111 ,m" h ,liv"rr mena.V u u i'N,V"!h,Si' r ,'met company
Mr. for her Englwh. -No Wt,mRn ,,. mi.ratana ,h , whn ""'''i ,J Letlia Winters
V.OUUI endure hai j ave from marries she , ,0I"" 1 bl ' M SHverton
ri ;:iui, re nuns pciicea nit Very j:u
when, a couple r!t tiluujf lovely tr.er
t'aa tl ..l..a II .. --- nitu - I tt 1 1IIIU . r" I'Btnnua a
Vhy mebuddrdevt,,nv i . ' ' " V ' ,""'."'- I Mayhelle M.r.h.it i. '
ilont put a fully equipped nuto on th', "liul. A ilea I .1... V ....... , . . ' Ki"m while yon have' 8-' I In ?S SV '
- """ "ecn aueiuiliiK the "'i 'osenhine Hoff-
tsuftrase convention, and I have learn-i ' fredertek and Helen
ni siiinettiii-ff f i,... .. J. Cone 5 A on ...
" iHt.wm i p,hii;R,d ;";:,..:, ;. au Tre";
"I wife at that "
What John Thhik
house 14 y
shoes 4y J
Buster Brown Shoe
,- 125 N. Commercial St
ooimar ior Men, Women Cand ChHdaen
irwa -, , ' larms , ,