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THE SALEM DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. ORE., SATURDAY. SEPT. 1& 1915.
A Galley o Fun!
Spat. U'hat'i the nutter with the
Taller!. Oh. the doctors have got
int scarf 4 into thinking there's
omething wrong with bun, but he
In it hn an ordinary case of flea
iliM. that' alt
THE CAT'S CONE.
Our cat lias left home. Well, I'm
l il of it. Let her go. I was sick
of seeing her 'ruund. She was nc
It all goes to prove, I say, that
n cat isn't capable of affection. Some
ay that cats do have allcction fur
cop!e. Pooh! Nothing in it. Cat!
iicte!y love places.
Why, just look at that cat of ours'
There wasn't a tiling that wasn't
lone for her. She had. the be-t ol
j-verythiiisr. We foil her things right
H the table. And I've got up nigliis
to let her in. And what does sh:
lo? Rum awayl No more cats for
me, thank you!
(one over lo some of the nciglt
I'Ori. I suppose. They're welcome
f her. Good riddance, and I hope
the gel enough of her. If she
Hunks lic can come hack here at't-r
licy get sick of her she's mistaken
' I uuess they had something to do
MOLOCH AND KIPLING
By R. L Orchelle
I savs these magnificent men were guilty
of" the horriWe cruelties begotten' in
Belgian brains and sown broadcast by
the Franeo-Britisi press, knows in his
heart of heart that he lies.
I have these newspapers in my hand
a German, a French and an English.
The German is, like nearly all German
newspapers, nuiet. restrained, seemly in
. , ita tone, reflection of the true values
(Editor' Note. Mr. E. L. Orehelle, black because one seee nothing but red. o tne gentleinn, which this war has
the famous American author, who has 'The inevitable results of modern wariproved as residing more aeeply in the
been sojourning in London, is now trav-j waged in the most scientific and ener- j Qerma nation than in all others,
eliug in Germany. We here print ooe ! getic and intelligent way in the en-1 yne onj jg the Matin." It
of his virile articles sent from Berlin : emy's country are eonverted into black ; rpajg Bg though written bv maniacs aud
and published in "The Vital Issue." i "atrocities" by her foes who have j ,,, poss.9!le(i 0f jeviis, the revelation
It is a view of the war generally en- not a single positive achievement to ' f g peopie one nln' mad with the
dorsed by German-Americans, and is show. The conviction of this truth j re(j iun4cy 0f war jts muddy print
Printed as' presenting their side of the; that murt at times steal over " gwarma with the moutbmi-s!H" of the
, as ' l,,ft in the lftnd .of tD.p i French hysterical shrieks of "Les
.allies, produces in turn that ill-baIanccd,iBo.hei,,-ri4li(.ul)u1 im teli, yells of
Kay after day I meet Germans of all , impotent fury that finds no outlet save j i j0g Barbares! " '
degrees, from the annple workman to in coarse abuse, or brutality against Bnt the d,, depths of brutality
the highest official, diplomat or pro-, the helpless, or in frj'f'i' or-ents of ! tni maiiffnjty ,re jfaW, with the
fessor, and always am I amazed at the; slander that bespeak the illness of the nijBn paper Here black upon white,
almost superhuman tolerance, raagnan-i nausea of a nation's soul. j in the pure 'ganlieii't pouring from
innty and understanding these marvel- ' When the inky pall that hangs before the(M? bIle neavfn.s j rea,t these words
ous people display towards their enem- the eyes of these nations shall be lift-; jn the London TiP:i of Jur(, ja. Thev
ies, French, Kussian, English. There ed and the clean cool wind of a sweet , (M.cur jn an artjc," ftit'ed "A Tour
:,ppear to be alnvost no ariimositf j reasonableness blow once more over the Through the Trenches" "Yesterday
against the two former, and even hissing lava of their bewildered minds !ne o our brRve foj(lil,r9 oantured n:
aguuit hi.glaud the resentment shown the true character of the Germans, i G(,.man .a nino,i w, havnnet into
comparatively milu. It is a mixture that grandest of all modern peoples ; Bi hod .,,.. -this is for'
cards 1 have scarcely seen much lew industrious and law-abiding people in ; Not long ago a German came toward uf ;
heard, that phrase which, as hngland the world as Molochs an.l monsters ,hnl til". 7r rhrsti-iu ' The :
t . - ....illv ,1 rhri. '
tr t.gence tney di.-play in the pursuits of ,ion; A ri ht W;, makp an Rns,e
Did It Ever Happen to You?
is comparatively milu. It is a mixture ( that grandest of all modern peoples ; fais hodr with the words: 'this is fn
of s:idnes. surprise, perhaps hoororj will emerge stainless, serene and strong. the LUgitania" Then after a hor
and pain rather than bate. The 'MIymn' White will be white again, and black ; panM he transfixed him for the seen,
of Hate made famous by Lngluud, is Mack, The damnnb, attempt to hold time ' nd that's for mvself ' N
deprecated, and apart from a few post up the most cultivated, peaceful, kindly, , , V betwp. an(i'the enemv
na-a wuuiii iersuaoe rue wurm. spiui- merely uecause tne same superior Intel- 8nwer wa.
t. rs from everv (ierman's lip-: "Gntr licence thev display in the pursuits of ;t n J;
strafe Lugland!" Chauvinistic writers peace, guides them in the conduct of;of y0U-, A u,jPt fui(A the lift, of a
are frowned upon; in everything the war. will collapse like a rank, uprooted , Gprmnn scoundrel ' '
res, tne K.,,0 ,est niterpreta .on is wee.. , The geventh cir;1 of ho ha3 been i
sought. Never has the profundity of The Germans kept the peace of Eu- r(1!1(.Il0(1. without shame, without one.
the ((rman soul nor the exaltation of roiie for 41 vears so thev were accused : c ... ..,;,. c ;.:
wiiii ncr going, loo. i.iKeiy iney vc i wie v.r,,,,,,,, ommrirr o.en ren io or insiing nno piornng ior war. words the leadini EnMih newspaper
liccn feeding her and tolliiii' her I greati r ndvautnge. The philosophic They n re the kindest, most humnni-, iaV( b'are t()e ,i. '1 ' '"
mv;iy. I'rclly business that is I calm, the essential mildness of the Ten- tariaii f.dk in existence so thev were; You are rieht you nroiid and honor-1
ha.ik the Lord. I've go. common tonic nature, wbi.-h is one of its great- desi-ribed as blood-thirsty demons al,le 'Germans; there is no need to lie!
leccmy cnoiiHii not to j'.cal my est virtues as well as one of its greatest Their love of home and children isi K,,.,.t ' Tllo ;n,,Yrir,i,i,,
,n.,l,',nr.' r.,l nrl H.s' I'd rl! .lam'ers .seem to h I. . e t ri mi olool over hit,.rie,.l n ..ll.l . aOOUt your enemies. Hie ll.xriraim
" . . ... . '....!.: . ( . I ii ?i. .. i. .1.. : . i .. .i ... , i , """" "-"". law of things has brought it alut that
low if 1-could get my price. I great Crime and Conspiracy. Italy calls ; er.
.... ,..,, v j , ,n ,., iiii-M- ii o iiiiiii niar oispiavs a themselves.
a Cjt atotnul. A cat cerumly d c j mid low a level to rise to the dignity of deeper, more sentimental love for an-1 L
- " ; , , " " ' iiiiiii . , nil nun iMi-rniuri: no "PV a, j, j. j. j, j,
III! many. And t icv look coir.iorla liain rather than rami. '! ,.c ,.: n..i...r.. ' '
: . ' . . ' c - - ..1 i 1 1 1, . i iiii i. ii i ii i. u i ii i ;
.Monstrous is the picture of the Ger jand libraries,
mans which the Kiiglish have erentedj Germany was the only lnnd that had'
I ..1.,- M f I Oi-WHIC (R-nuTHirt 1
now', oorir fmt&SK. t
Ji ii I III vv
I even in their blackest baseness they i
must inevitably reveal the truth about j
Mc-like, sitluig round spitting or
li-ir hinds and waihing llicir iacrs
I ain't saying that Ittitf wasn't a
piod cat citiicr, mind you. She was
toi uncoimii.inly good t a I) !y . Clear
i a wlritlc. Lvcryone ued to re
In nk about her tidiness.
I've had loads of dunces to ge!
1;oolI m iucy for brr. I don't think
ever saw her climb up on the table
t nut since she was a kitten. Ami
Ibeu she had the funniest look on
irr Uce a kind of "riddle-me a-rid
Ills" expression that was comical -Sasn't
it, lliout;hf I've laughed at
It many a lime. . . . liciho'
lH'ccr, ain't it, how attached yoc
(an become to a dunih animal?
. The baby will miss her. She was
Iu.tt gelling so as to grab out at bet
n I pull her tail. And do you know
Itnt good old Hull never would Jet
tint brr claws, no nutter what the
uliy did. You can't say that oi
I'd like to know who stole her.
JvVhy, certainly, they must have
jloleii her. She never would have
tun away, ltefore I'd steal my ncih
jior's cat, I'd whil'l Hut.' Why.
Mie came to tit one day. .She looked
o lean and peaked that we just had
o take her in. She's been with us
tver since, till now.
' Well, she's gone, and what's gone
gone, ami there's no Use crying
for themselves. It is one with the hide
ous imaginations of malformed und
murky bruins that flare up with hate
one moment, then are (linked with inky
fumes the next. (In rending the Lug
lish papers one asks oneself, half in
DO YOTJ FEEL HEADACHY?
LOOK TO YOUR STOMACH
never waged war upon small nnlions'
for the purpose of aggression so she:
was charged with a desne to dominate j
the world. . . - , , . , '
Germany has shown herself a, e L U an I"1"81"11 ' ,,t,
creut insnired orrmnisn i. fl,r. scl1 nie.heme under a guarantee to
horror, half in a sort of stunned iirnnze-! for., ulu-nv. .1.!,.,i ... n ...1 i refund the money if it does not cure..
meat, whether it be possible that hu-j ruthless mnehine." Yct thi is the I)nni"1 ,T- l r-v' ,he!
j man beings could uceept as real the! Germiinv furnishes to the world a ' lH,Pu,ar drngBwt, is selling Mio-ua, the,
ghastly cnrieiitures and impossible mon- model of "justice, order, clean govern- i 8,a,ldl4rd dyspepsia remedy. ;
sters they have made of other human ment Hnd democratic efficiency she is Ncvt'f before has he had so large a
j leingsf The belief of the Hushman in , therefore aspersed as a harsh autocracy. n""l))r of customers tell him that a
j his grote.s(iie chimeras is ns nothing Today she stands unshaken upon the ' "le,''L'na nas Ben sui,i't'.'lsful a!i with
c.ir.ipared to the belief of the Britisher; ffranite' nlinth of her riirhte.nm ; .Mi-o-na. People whoa few mouths ago.
in his Monster German. In the days i calm, noble-browed, magnanimous, ;n' i looked like walking skeletons have put
of Napoleon the ignorant Hrit isher I the face of her delirious enemies she ' 00 't,!in and today are ruddy and vig-;
firmly believed that "Honey" ate wo-jis therefore painted us "Te Mad Dog orou8 w'tn perfect digestion and good j
men nud rhildren; iu our days the cdu- i of Lurope." I health. j
eated Hritisher belie.-s as firmly that ; But quite apart from conventional' There is no longer any need for any-j
the Germans kill them. In the same mnrnlity, there is an immortal tenacity i one suffering or making their friends!
way we must measure the profound de-: in Truth. And because it is immortal suffer on account pf dyspepsia. Mi o nai
basement of a mail capable of uttering it is terrible. This iron law is the ever-' cnn always be relied upon. The per- i
such foul and murky words ns those i lasting Nemesis that hnngs above the I Peutage of cures is so great that there
recently spoken l,y Itudyurd Kipling i paper tents nnd naked tongues of the j is little risk to Daniel .1. Fry in guar !
"there nre but two futures in the jennies of falsehood and hyprocrisy. ' anteeing to return the money if the!
world today human beings and t,er-' ('an they bind the cluster of the 1 medicine does not relieve. And he
mans" (cheers) by what thev disclose Pleiades 'or loosen the bands of Orion! 1 stands ready to do so without anv ques-!
of the speaker and not by what they 1 Perhaps the latter quotation may come'tions. : 'I
preposterously dei hire. We must cnn- j home with a peculiar light to the soul I Headaches, all forms of indigestion,
tinue to send our children through Mol-; of Mr. Uudvnrd Kipling with his : specks hefore the eves, dim- feeling.l
och until Moloch perish." (cheers). j"flair" for the biblical! Perhaps he : poor sleep, ringing in the ears and all!
How came this incredible German will recall the sentiments of his " Re- i forms of liver trouble are helped bv
lo take the root iu the British brain t ! cessional " and give us a new defini-' Mi-o-ua. A few davs' treatment should "
How was it possible to make sane men tion of hyproerisyt Perhaps ho will not show- considerable ain in health while!
nerept as real the crimson devil which refrain from cliiiminc a cift for true i a eonndete cure often follows raoi.lh-
itver spilt milk. Hut every time I I
li.,.,i. .,( i,., i
' What? What"! that? Upstairs? " sianuer painteil i prophetic analyais when re-rending the I These davs are the best in the who
locked in a closet? Now,. what do 1,1 such liorrnl Hues upon the firrna-. warnings of his " Islanders! " Perhaps j year for the en jovnient of good health,
iou think of thail Come here, Hull! m''.",, l""n "lint wicked sorcery and he hns not forgotten those days when; and Mi-o-na will put von in such Perfect
iumr Huff, come Hull! IWoor l,t. ("usonous fumes did this hideous flam- he lay, ill in America with a fever ; condition that you 'can eniov everv
lie Huffy! Did they lock her up in hoynnt ililnnn arise in the dull luiugin- from which he seems never to have en- minute of them'
Hie cubby? Hid they jof Lock up j ;""" uierinK uuu no longer , tirely recovered, and Moloch inquired
c, inai is h pvcii,iiogieai utter ins condition iu hourly telegrams!
the dolgarnest petsy ill a dalk clot
Hull! (lot any milk handy?
I'uo-oo-r pussy! Pretty kittyl
i ,,,,, ,i., f... ,1. ....... I...... ...;...i ' "
, .... ...... . u ,.,.,,- VMU. ot tue intui signs of the uurk-
I!fre', j national mol lu.lily. Hut its mere exist- ness that has overtaken the Knirlish !
...... .1 ..... ....I., r . . .i... i.- .... .. .....
. .,.- .n k ""i ".. me j.iik- soui is tne iHculinr might that seems ;
lish but for that petite nation of vim-, to gnaw at the minds of her foremost
lent and insane gamins, the French. I thinkers nnd gifted men. Their tnn-:
"Hie plummet swings constantly ( B,.H ar0 dried and whut they utter is as
from one extreme of maduess to an- Hui,,l and o ravel, their l.r..l. ri a.
other-from shrill Jeers of contempt nt , hollow ns the vibrant leather of the re-
the weskness mid despair of German to eeiving drum. For all this is the fatal :
freiiied screams of terror at her pow dreadful and inevitable result of the
er and cold blooded ness. As 1 have attempts to defend n cause begotten in 1
more than once pointed out. the mud iui,,itv. .lulin-n-.l lin .lf.rk.... ,!!
! cemented, rotten timbered House of uursisl upon lies. Z
j I io which the allies reared to shelter, I nm sitting her in the clear German
I their so colled 'Msuse,' cracks, tot . m,iKl,t. nun. 1st the ruslling of the!
ters Hiid melts under the slow but He , (;,. i,(. a,l the song and laugh-;
, mental attack of Truth. Hence desper-: tor of healthy, benutinil German chil-l
ate. furious, imbecile attenuits to oron'.i.. : .... ... ... . -
- - . . oi.ii ). hik 1 II one Ul I lie spieiUlKl.)
,il with lurlher struts un.l lashings of ( f,m,.r ,,.,.ked parks of this bright nnd
lies-hke the Itrvee report of German peaceful Bavarian capital. All about j
.r ...-.,.-.e r.-,.,- . , u,,.i as though it were an electric
New York. Sept. 17. The
Pnited Press copyright inter
view with .1 li n 1). Rockefeller,
Sr., regarding his position to
ward the allied loan proposal
created an immediate sensa
tion in financial circles. Mor
gan & Co. officials showed an
eager interest in it and kept the
1'nited Press copy 15 minutes,
but refused to muko any com
ment on it.
current, the gigantic throbbing of the
i limbic tu a mountain within their sight
iii.i.iiii in wir iniiiKoilllloil heroic I ermnii li..nr tl... I..
I of the real barbnriau, becomes in time ,v.n hurmoio..,.. ,i.vi'l, ..f ..!.' I
i. . i . . ... .. i
n mythical monster. That monster Is
Germany as seen Icy the feverish, war
maddened eves of the French and F.ng-lish.
pie's soul. A thousand evidences of,f"
their innate kindness blossom up be- I Q OIJ
fore my eyes the kindness to children,!
to ilo.i to tl... n.T.,.1 i.a. .......
There is to be sure, one deep It ing ...,.:. . i ...... ,..,1 ',.,'.. . . The first step Is to help Nature lm-
psychological reason for this. The ach wi,, mv eVl.' T,i, ,,oIrjtuilp Prov the apatite and digestion: also
, icteiueiils. the victories, the eolos.nl for tll,'. .,, ;,r helpless, snarks from I 'P bowels rc(ulax. Thil IllggesU
phvsieal power n ml moral strength uf.iknt tvon.l.irf ,.l ,,. i,.,.,,;.i,i.i.. c:.
The Slave has just been granted a j Germaiiy are by a pecul.nr process of ,ht towers to Heaven ns love of Path
Mir.mh'i vaialioii In.m the otbre; his , I"'""""'''! thought re trniislnled int.. , erland. Here are soldiers that fought
wile is on a visit to her mother; the i ,,v" """butes by the obsession in the ( Helgium now plating with the ehil
laiMiy i dead; and now he ,lM.,-, '''"ins of her enemies. 1 tl other words ; ,lren or l,t iu sentimental rhapsodies
tinuw what tu do with his freedom. " deliberately transformed into, with their sweethearts. And he who
(Capital Journal Special Service. 1
Hayesville. Gre.. Sept. IS. Mrs. N.
1!. Moon and grandson, Wayne, left
Thursday a. m. for Tillamook to visit
relatives. They expect to be gone a
couple ot necks.
Misses Anna and Martha Dennv will
leave Saturday for Mill City, 'where
they will teach school the coming year.
Miss Lottie McAfee goes to Gervais
where she will teach. School begins next
Monday. September 20.
Programs are out tor the Havesville
district Sunday school convention
which meets at Rickey, September 2R. j
M. Halbert is making arrangements
for an auto truck to take the Havesville ;
Sunday school. ' I
There will be nrenchinr, nt tlm II.,,-n.
ville church again next Sundav, Sep
Key. mid Mrs. F. S. Lawrence are
moving to McMinnville this week to be
w ith their daughter, who is music teach
er' in the McMiunville Baptist college.
Mr. and Mrs. Fillmore Tvrell spent
Sunday in Salem visiting friends.
Florence Yoder is among the sick
Mrs. McGinnis, of Portland, is a
guest at the home of L. T. Kevnolds
Mr. and Mrs. Eobert Brown, of Rick
ey, visited relatives tiers on Sunday.
John Settler has returned home aft
er spending some time iu eastern Ore
gon. Mr. nncl Mrs. E. M. Bailey spent Sun
day at Wilhoit tsprings.
Mr. Moouey and sister, Mrs. Jones,
and son, are now residents of Haves
ville. Mr. Mooney went to Washnigaon
to look after his property interests
Philadelphia North American: The
man who used to refuse to buy a horse
that would mot stand -without hitching
notv absolutely declines to buy an au
tonobile that is not self starting.
I Stomach Bitters
' "PI I vcnir nephew make t miubK
SIISI I Ul' ."
, "Yen." replied the man who baHll- '
liiilly thinks along enatic lines ' lie
In I cut I y blond hair, and lus nrtrr
done anything mote herculean ilun
to pi. k Maws on a Ninlar. a id well
lie nun icd a female batclull player.'
Referee tin duorce rate). horn
du you prclrr lo live with, my i!iiul
your father or your mother?
tluld-lt you please, ir, which
ever get! the kutoiiiobil
There were once two boys. Tsmei '
and John. Jjiuei wis iiupetu.un.
"I will rcfiiim from uUiiii( whil '
doesn't belong to me, f tst, last, and i
all the tunc"! he itechrcd. and to ,
lived and died in obscurity.
Hul lobn w vastly m, ire rrvfty ,
"I will take whatever isn't nailed
down, mul then, in the fu'.lnrnn of 1
riy )('' I will give ii ti.uk!" ijii.-in
lie, and became a phdsntliiopiil ;
vvlinie name filled the earth.
will Exhibit at the
OREGON STATE FAIR
Sept 27-Oct 2, 1915
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