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j LIBERTY LOAN
Woman's Committee for
Twelfth Federal Reserve
District to Form an
By MRS. A. S. BALDWIN
(Chairman Woman's Liberty Loan
Committee, Twelfth Federal
WHY WE ARE
AT WAR WITH
EPHRAIM DOUQLAM ADAMS
Lxecutlve Head, History Depart
ment (.land Stanford Junior University
Ki spend (hi IrhI dollar ui "ir it
loarqat in kIvIiik ttom h iooh wiili
which to rrmlir n nilr 1
t)i..t.i .,,,. it lii "ilnllnrM ntid tinVH "
IBS,. Ion 0 ths ST Ml of Ml, ml .... , , , . .,,
i ol ii... usual upwKiltnm In .. ...,., lf) no Hlmlrur,
the whi-: l.uf thrse-quarttrs mum ba , .,.,.. n i. ,. 'n....Mn for
k' ll'-l (i I'.HI !'
la the draft, Tim ihini win in
imlnory by lawn InorSMfoR present
"The object of this war l to deliver
the free peoples of the world from the
menace an the actual pow.tr of a vast
military aatabllahmant controlled by an
Irreaponalble government, which, having
eecretly planned to dominate the world,
proceeded to carry out the plan without
regard either to the sacred obligations
of treaty or the long-established prac
tice and long-cherished prlnclplea ef In.
ternatlonal action snd honor; . , . This
fowsr Is not the German people. It Is
he ruthless msstor of the German peo
file. ... It Is our business to see to
I that th. h.l.rtru A Ik rail lha
'world Is no longer left to Its handling."
Now that we arc actlvnly tn the war President Wilson, August 27, U17.
the front line i TRAITORS TO OUR DEMOCRACY.
Iirnvld.'.l not hy voluntary gift, but by
Tho mac with which the draft nf
men was curried through, the quid
acquleat'imoe of Amnrlcn In It, when
nd vised by Aoinrjna'a self-chnaen lend
era, was a magnificent proof of the
iHBiMiti.il patriotism of our people and
of our confidence that we are a truly
democratic nation. We trusted our
advlaera because we had ourselves
elected them. Now we must trust
them with our money and we must
be ready for sacrifices. This war can
not even be begun to be won until
the people of America fully realize
thnt sacrifices of (ill sorts, but espe
cially of ntf't and money, art in-
i i lUlhlc.
Popular opinion seems to think we
have nlrcady Riven much. Let us be
l.orr i What have wo given? True,
we are preparing to give men and ma
rli I no, and are spending money In
thnt preparation, hut our upending la
Vol! to ittiKwer pi Moniilly, wiili aerl
hi", thought of wlml money V'or hnve
available. Rvery dollar held back for
.in ii' luxury, for nmi essentials dur
ing this war. means a greater chance
uf the loss of a boy It may be of your
If you Raw no bny in service, anil
Hold back your dollars, can you look
iour neighbor in the fain when he
loiet his.boyt If you do hold blrk.
where do you tlink you are going to
tlnnd in your neighbor1 estimation
when this jnar endtt
and our men are In
trenches; are being killed: are being j Tno general definition of a traitor
gassed; are being maimed for Ufa. It one "who gives aid and comfort to
would seem that every woman la the the enemy." Thla Is usually applied aa yet but a drop In the bucket row
land should be in the front ranks of to direct action, as In the Oklahoma
the civilian workers to help the men movement In opposition to the draft
or the encouragement of draft eva
alone, or when an American citizen re-
win the war.
K-Ma-h nf lis tiBal hr turt tn nlnv
however small It may be, and wh.th.r" , ",' ur .'1. "V"".
It be great or small It la of importance
that each shall perform her part to
the utmost of her ability.
Such acts constitute direct treason;
but there is a kind ef Indirect treaaon,
much harder to define and combat, yet
nflan fat- mnm ilallrliiia fat t, a,na, aa
I ,. ,. . aaaaa.aa , i.i,i uniiKcitruB iv aa ,, i.uun-
Some can buy Ulrty Bonda.ome t Md th. of th A
can Influence otters buy. Perhapa MmA trewK)n BefoM th. war tnere
pome can only help by conserving the were , .., ,,
(use of food and clothing and by econ- or humanitarian movement.
?m .k. ., hot"oW Pi'turi, on foo, . of wh,rh wew radinal
thus liberating and augmenting the (th,t t0 drocatell of rhanoll)
nsaentlale which must bo sent "over , ther pr0Knm: 8ll(,h for ,rople,
. ?k ?TV . "T.?. Ur a7nr Md floclallats, the Land Tax re-
for the desUtute civilian population of fortnerB, ,he Pacifists. But all of
our allies. th-0 aMerted f4,,h , (h(, rtmocnl(c
J .1 t,a0h WOmaa ' principle In government and wished to
this Twelfth FWeral Raaarr. DIMrtct , the)r ,,, by .,,,, our
ean help, let her do hw- .tmoet that dOTnocracy. Most of the adherent.
we who are farthest from tho front of thwie vart011, mwmmfM ha rBr.
May au our part of tho struggle, ,Ie, th,t th, d,mocrme, of ourt
and keep for MBS aatfw ohll- hf4T enUrwJ mu,t bo
dren the MSSSt iSBi privilege, w. ..upport.th.t ,p.cla, programs
have inherited and thus make it po. ., for fh, m0In,nt wbnrHuted
slble to win like bleta. lor the mil- t0 the w, t obj,ct of Ktt(lv Uf)
lions who are now in actual boodage. .ar But th. .re penMn, M
We ahould not only save to help. feeb,eln,nded or incapable of grasp.
but the great lesson to be learned also ,nf the worId ,mporlMCe of this war.
is to do now without non-essentials and that they ,alk aBd wrUe th,Bi e.,.
to make sacrlfloM so that tho labor cull.ted .. wea-n our ,.,- y ,
which produces what we consider to
be even essentials may be used to
war. These people are traitors to our
imred to what our Allies have been
spending for three years in defense of
us. For that ,1s what they have been
doing defending the world, and so
defending us. We have been lending
them money, at a good rate ef Inter
est. They do not ask us to give, even
now. All that they expect Is that wa
also shall bear our burdens, aa they
are bearing theirs. In this war for the
future of humanity and for aafety.
Iook at a few facta of Great Brit
aln'a effort- -not at grand otals, but
at facts applied to the individual. In
the last British War l-osn there was
s total of $4,3.".u,0t.(.0fMi In rash sub
script Ions, which means about $100
per person- men, women, and chil
dren. (The best that Germany was
able to do In her last loan was $30
per it mum i To equal Britain's ef
fort America, after she had been three
years at war. would have to subscribe
$10,000,000,000 In a single loan.
Through taxation, Intereat on loans,
and hlghsr cost of living. It Is es
timated that every .englishman with
an annual income of $2,600 gives $760
to support the war. One reason for
this high cost Is that Britain began
the wsi without properly appreciat
ing Its ".nanus! burdens. It was the
"Business as Usual" cry that pre
vented the .touring out of money at
first which, ir then given, might have
meant a saving for Rngland later, and'
especially a saving of English lives.
This war can not be won without
arrlflre. Let no one think It. If
vJermany wins, or even makes a draw
of It. our future sacrifice will be
This Is ths tenth pf s serlss of ten
.rtlcles by Professor Adams.
This Women I mill Belief
Backache, sore muscles, stiff or
swollen Joints, rheumatic pains, rils
rlness and like symptoms are caused
by disordered kidneys and bladder.
Mrs. Thos. II. Davis, Montgomery,
R. F. D. 8, Ind., wrltes:"I doctored
months without relief. I commenced
using Foley Kidney Pills and sot re
lief. Fight bottles cured me. Sold
by Reed Bras.
Droduce those things which are actu-, The whoIe mm Blinund llp Dy
ally essential for the support and the 81nK,e Tax jollrBa, of California
safety of those who are carrying the Everyman, November. 1917): "Wll
hurden of this unprecedented struggle KOn.a bxiHineM now ,H ,0 wln ,ho war.
for freedom and democracy. an)) wn lt goon Th(. ,..,.,
The aim of the Woman's Liberty .. .hnA mn knnetiinv him n...i
Loan Committee Is to form an organl- n,tpm. to Its own business- which Is many times greater. Let no one de
lation which shall make the woman (o rrpate (h(. (m0criicy that tho Allle-. nelve himself as to that. Right now
In every home In the land reallxe re to lnftkf, tno worl(, ,,, for To w(. are pouring out boys getting them
those conditions and ber responsl- Knt wur afu.r u , on , hooiless reudy. We must pour out dollars to
billty. that tho message shall not To hln,t,r ,, nuuk, effective prasrvu- -quip them, but most of all. to furnish
reach her only from one direction, but ,,on Ut af ,.., tmUun.us ." them with the Inetrnmenls of war that
from many, so that she shall be Jlllt tn,.rp aro otll(,r m,MO,u than their lives may n I lie lost by being
brought to a full realization of her radru upeech which can "hinder the nut up as man po' er against maehln
responsibility. quick, sffectlvs prosecution of the sry- Many ef sur beys will die; btit
..... a," ' war." Labor organ Ixal Ions, long en ome wa save tf wo are ready
rAI IHAI UiLiil, gaged In a struggle for better labor
I According to a dispatch from
Buenos Aires, the Swedish vessle on
which Count von Luxenburg was
granted a safe passage home now re
fuses to accept him as a passenger.
The Count, It will bo remembered,
was declared to be suffering from
dementia. It may be that he has
visions of the fate he recommended
for Argentine vessles- "sinking with
out leaving a trace" being applied
to the vessle that should carry him.
It may be also that the vessle's of
ficers apprehend some such fata If
the treacherous Count Is permitted
to embark with them.
Berlin newspapers object to the
toaa of the President's latest message
wherein be assures that nation that
we shall use force to destroy force.
Why their objections? Hasn't the
kaiser declared he wants no soft
He Can tUrnt Fine Now.
ciyq nti niOT renditions, stay see Is the existence of
OMO DILaL, flAKI war a 990Ttnmity .. gnetire their de-
war an eppertuslty
maads. If such degissds are unusual
-amil--. m -m a , Hlinil" II aniH aja. ,-. awa- lllliaw.
JT "J 2JSS "- i.r weu.d k.v. ba u.J,,..,
. aa. uua aa, ua uiuuIBDUC ntl-
voeatea for a general response to ttie
Government's appeal for subscrip
tions to tta Ubarty Loaas. Hero Is
wbst Hart says:
"Bverv Ameriess who has accepted
tWliaaht kv thai Vlatfaal f aa, a, a. a. bbbbbV aa
-a aaaa viwuv VI UIBjUT VKUW .
and deveted men. and passed on to us -" '' "" " ,r"-" "ur
fled hsd there baea so war If laker
seeks to take special advaatage ef the
exlatsaee of war. thea such laker Is
traitorous. It sir the successful
ereeeeutlea ef tke war Far the most
" , r,TZ .kiriawa. I "'' tahar orgaalsatlsas have got
k. .k- ki. . " a few have deae so. sad Is gubllc es-
a priceless heritage, has a chance
mow to repay.
"It la fill- n.ir, mi tklai laalaal aa
tesUfy to the world what ha knows " cm"rt
he owes his country
He should at ones, and cheerfully. ?" .! f. ,h .n",'J"n
give a little of bis goods that his
country has secured to him.
He should promptly say to the
Business maa men with capital
aro not free from ths Imputation of
That maa who
plarea his own business Interests
this war Is traitorously minded. If
he deliberately seeks profit st the ex
pense ef satlensl efficiency (as la tke
tattrilals ts tke
wmvA wkliak la tlatanln. .at at aa.k... ' ' UadSrgTOdS
cynically crltlclslag: 'When my sou a- vsramsat) he should he puslsked.
,try ask. .. fee life or fer money I '" a "Mt' fi M V T
,h.w,,n. a,.r kafA- iThi l hs rare sxcepl'es. It Is tks
"I suffered greatly from kidney
and bladder trouble." writes F. B.
Kulrbunks, (it. Grand River Ave. W.
Detroit, Mich. "I had to get up six
or seven times during tho night.
Foley Kidney Pills have worked won
ders and I rwi recommend them a
the best medicine 1 have ever taken."
Tonic In action; quick, sure. Sold
by Reed Bros.
almost useesselsns exaHstlss ef his
trloMsm is aajaathlng grosUr and w ' ''' aewever. sai
oro saarsd tlU aa Idle sentiment. " tJS!f ku?""
T"A.d hi eoatrlbutlag aecoHlng to "u,lf "M ll "f";
hU .tea., tar the bl.h .,.rM.. ni... There la se aueh tblag aa bustaess
. L" - . S " - ' aaai naiitail" atlirlala a. faaaar
aaa, uawa., - a...
Flaally. ths auosMss sf heaest taa
roturos sad of auseerlhisg to war
lesas la dlrsotly and posBively a ques
tloa ef loyalty er trasses. There Is
se seed to argue ths poiot that the
ssaa whs eeassals his resources, sr
stakes dlskeaesi tax rsturas Is . a
trailer Is latest asd deed. What
about leading to the gsversmest?
Such leading asanas usual!) sllghj
Bui the war can not he
He should demoastrate that pa
IbHero hiss by his President, ha should
ygrsntsCs that la reality ho is raak
UH ao gilt, hut la lavestlaa la the
Mf'ttat seoutity la the werft TBI
H9 ajevum fMrmB states
A BADGE OF HONOR
YOU know how cooking
brings out all the rich
pungent flavor of bacon
there's nothing that tastes
better. But you wouldn't like
S w toast th Hurley tobi
uses, in LUCKY STRIKE Cifa
IwMm fer exactly th sum raassst
ta bring out th rich, solid flavar.
seeMr asss sat turn
A Liberty Ioaa button is a badge
of honor. Rightfully ebUlned it marks ....is..
tho wearer as one who has performed wel whou, Mrl lflres snd grcnt sac
. n-.uo, onim.. aervice 10 we Hfl,M ,f , mfn hM mw,y wh(,.h ,lr
lco"n,ry -. , i ,sn lead, and If he dees not lend, he
No all can tight, not all can work traltorBu., for h, hinders the quick ,
""""' " luo """"imeni, out in ,BJ . .,,.. -maari.tlna nf Ihe war I
buying a Uberty Loan Bend, or War
Havings Stamps, every American ren
ders soms service to the nation. Hi
lias been put within the reach and.
power of every citizen to aid thai
tUnlted States financially; It Is a poor
American who withholds support from
the Government, from our soldiers and
tailors fronting dsath on battlefields
Iron crosses to Oarman soldiers,
and diamond orders exchanged be
tween Turkish and German sovereigns
may be but the honors of atrocity.
But a Liberty Loan button, simple ss
It Is, signifies a patriotic duty done
and Is sn insignia of honor.
Such traitors may Isdeed sever be
srought to punishment, even though
they deserve It as much as the rail I
si Pacifist who argues ngalnst this
war, or covertly belittle the honesty
f the purposes sf sur Allies. But
, tke rmtieal toko sneers, and the man
uifh money whe ean lend end does
net, are alike trailereus te our court- ,
try, te eur faith in democracy, and
te eur ebieets in this war. And we. I
who 4e make sacriHeee, know them fur
the traitors that they ere.
DOLLARS OR BOYB.
Ths three great aeeda constantly
put forth from Washington are: (1)
All that our soldiers nssd Is s still f'fd ""rvatloB t aid our Allies;
hotter rear orflsnliatlon."- George I '2) ",Bj (8) mo The flrst, the
Clemenceau, former Premier of , "O Admlalstrstlon Bureau Is at-
tPrsaos, Jan. 14, 111. It Is up to you j n,Ptl " "curs largely by volun j
He provide that hy buying LlbeHy ltBrjr ' " " ,0",,
07 Guaranteed by
7tW JrHAJUyi&lv &
What Docs L. J. SIMPSON Stand Foi
For Americanism, first and foremost.
For Republican principles.
For patriotic support of nation't war activities
hor development ol urejjon's vast resources, ai
the encouragement of agriculture.
For good roads.
For rigid law enforcement.
For natisn wide prohibition and women's sufTran
For patriotic co-operatton between employer ar
For national, universal eight-hour dav, except ini
For better working conditions for the thousand
of workers and laborers throughout th
Eor the greatest possible moral, social and econa
mic advancement of all citizens of the state,
For an efficient state educational system.
For a clean, impartial, businesslike administration
"Policies backed by twenty years of practice."
"Your kind of a man for Governor" is
L. J. SIMPSON
Paid Ad. issued by ''Simpson for Governor League, "
41 1 Selling Builoing, Portland, Oregon.
That "Third Uberty Bend,"
Lend Him .4
"Actions speak louder than
words -Act - Don't Talk - Buy Now
There Is No
in the packing industry.
Swift & Company, al
though the largest packer,
handles not to exceed
one -eighth of the total
meat production of the
The five large packers
do not handle to exceed
one-third of the total meat
production of the United
Swift & Company is not in
combination with any other
packer or packers to control prices.
There is very active compe
tition in the buying of live-stock
and equally keen competition in
the sale of dressed meats and
1918 yaw book of interesting and
instructive facta sent on request.
Address Swift tt Company,
Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois
Swift & Company
U. S. A.
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