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THE PrtlLY CAPITA!, JOl'ttNAK SALEM ORK FRIDAY. AFKTL ?fi.1l.
S lira 5v-l-2
iWf KEEP YOUR SHOES HEK
UQUIDS AN9 PASTES. FOR BLACK, WHITE,
f AN, DARK BROWN OR OX-9LOOO SHOES.
PRESERVE THI LEATHER.
Tut r.r.DALtEV tOaPaaATtQN3.Ll.mttf, BUFFfctoTiTY!
TO BUY HIGH GRADE
WILL MOVE INTO OUR
NEW LOCATION NEXT
"OUR NEW LOCATION
3 DOORS WEST OF
Iirniiim intu rir.MT
IF HER INDEPENDENCE
IS PUT Mil'
Former Minister to Nether
lands Savs Peools Intense
New York. Anril 2i He Hand will
fight if her soYerignty or independ
ence Sa as-wiled fcy Germany,acoording
to the belief of Dr. Henry Van Dyke,
for fenr years American minister to
"The majority of the Dutnh K(ip!c
are not pro -Germ a u, " Dr. Van Dvke
de!ared toilav. "Thev re-osniiz? that
Germany for fifty years has wanted
possession or the mouth of the Rhine.
and that would mean Gorman occupa
tion or control of Rotterdam.
Holland, first of all. is intensely
pro-Dutch. Her ehief desire is to pre
serve her saverignty, territorial integ
rity and indcpenxleiwe. If these things
ar? assailed. I believe Holland will
fight regardless of who the assailant
Gormanv'u nresent imrnoses. accord
ing to lr. Van Dyke, prubobly are to
utiuzo tauten neutrality tor nrr ad
vantage. She has done tJiis since the
beginning of the war.
' TTnwever. it i not. inmrnltiihln Hint
Gorniany oven now may be willing to
declare war on Holland, hoping there
by to gain certain territorial Advant
ages in the future," Dr. Van Dyke be
"The control of Rotterdam and the
opening of Antwerp by tho sea by
.gaming -potwssioii ef tie Scheldt,
which flows through Dutch, territory,
would .le an immense advantage to
Germany. Wfoe-tlher Germany is willing
to ay the price of a war with Hol
land, Potsdam alone knows."
STU M E Z E Fs fcsd fed hi J a mzkMz ivaq wunl
STOMACH TROUBLE RE- 1Ma 'llS il7ZU
LIEYED BY FIRST DOSE
"I was bothered with nervous rtys
(epsia and chronic stomach tr;ubir
badly the doctors co:;II not j;ivp u;
any relief. Ther
me to the X-ray buf STi'MEZE sawd
me tas expense. One dose of STU
MF.ZE and I ETOf relief ni:hin tarontT
minutes, nud am now Lack to myself,
ajjain after months of agonr. I bavr
taken several bottles of this wonder
ful medicine and cannot recommend
it too highly. " W. C. McDoiiral. Co
ronado, California. If your stomach
hurts, if you have gas," sour risings,
belching. dvsDerosia. indigestion.
tairh of tho stomach or intestines, go
now to your druggist and get a bottle
cf this master prescription for stom
ach and digestive ilb. It is guaranteed.
GENERALSHIP MAY BE
DECIDING FACTOR IN
OUT COME OF BATTLE
The Most Munitions and Most
Reserves Will Also
l -s Anitolrs. (si, April 2(i Follow
a lond farewell to her husband as
he left fi r San F.-aniis.-o, Mrs. Kit-hard
Ho!lin?wtr!h. wife of 3 w-!l fcn.swn '.
automobile denier, drove h u-ii in their
machine and ,--Vt hes.-'f to depth. "I !
am gi.iitw to till myse'f,' she io!e-
phoned her sister, dirt try 'before the!
at. "Come en over." i
When the sister ar.ived she found j
Mrs. Hi'llinasivoith's body on thei
floor. A note hastilv s-riUilcd. lav he-1
side it. " I love my daddy and mv chil- i
dren, " it read. "I hope my boy grows
to be like his da ldy. 1 have been very
nervous and am aiirut all iu. Val."
m i 1 w
of its minimum tpiora 2 10,000. 000
in tne belief of U&ertr can offkixla
at headquarters here.
According to Washlnnton renrrtQ
the Twelfth district has subscribed
just $144,736.8o0. or only OS ner rvnt
of its quota. The San Francisco dis
trict is tied with the Dallas district
for fifth place.
Lwal ficures. containing unme
amounts not yet reported to, Washing
Even a simole cold striDs and rednrps vmn- catiH.',,.
powers to allow other sickness. Only food not alcohol or "
drugs creates the rich blood which distributes strcn'.h ta
the. body, and the concentrated medicinal food in
makes the blood rich and stimulates its circulation whi.'e its
tonic virtue enlivens the appetite and aids nutrition to
reesteblish your strength quickly and permanently. If you'
are rundown, anemic or nervous, by all means get Sccti's'
Emulsion. It builds because it is a fobd-not a stimulant.'
Scott & Bowne. BIOQmfield, N.J.
that many cities and districts seemed Complaints against the. noise
to relax their efforts as soon ss the by a $1000 siren on which the loan
minimum onota wna iuisi Mpi.i.,n; . ,
. " t ' c.mnajffiiers riirt ihAir itifvm.ncr.
Getting Ready for Strike
Seattle, Wali, April 20, S'altle
telegraphers will Rmmbld iu Arcade
nnseniljly liall h,ore Sunday and discuss
ntrike orders that may bo ealled by
President Koneiiknini.p of the Curomor
cinl Telegraphers Union of America.
If telegraphers are discharged for join
iug the union, tho .men here sny there
is no doubt that a general striko for
the principle of " collective bargain
ing" will follow.
Henry M. White, United States im
migration commissioner luw been ask
ed to address the men.
TRY JOURNAL WANT ADS
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i-- Vwaw-s r fit-.?- ""'""'j
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Oklahoma Ahead of
Oregon In Delivery
A. A. Lee, president of th,? Salem Ab
stract company acknowledges that he is
a little behind in delivering his nil
stracts, compared to the Oklahoma way.
He is in receipt of a note from a friend
at Tulsa who bappen.-d to be in a rush
to deliver an important abstract and as
it wasn't train time, just hopped in his
uir-piaue and tooK tne blue sky route
from Tulsa to Dewey. The distance is
50 miles and the trip was niadv in
3i3 minutes, However, Mr, I,ee savs lie
Koects to see the time when if he cets
111 a hurry to go to Portland, some friend
of his will tako him along in a flying
machine and it won't tako more than
half an hour's timo to g-t there,
Mr, Lee says that the Federal banks
of the country are urging that abstract
ors adopt a uniform abftrnct for every
state. It seems that the Federal banks
have run across some qurvr abstrncta
in examining title to lands and they are
now cnlliu,gon the stntc orgainxunous
to demand imii'nrn: abstracts.
Section Two Drug Act
Chicago, April 20. The federal cir
cuit, court of anneals here yesterday
held iwicoiisti'.utlonnl seetdon two of
tho Harrison anti-drug act, relating to
registration of physicians who dispense
iiiarcotids, Tho ruling was made in a
dec.istion upholding geoitcnee of Dr. Ar
thur lj. Blunt, on oithor counts, to five
years imprisonment. Tho decision haa
been awai'od in many cities where
prosecutions for violations of the act
By Henry Wood
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
With the rnvuch Annies iu the i"i,.'l,l
April 26. The Germans are continni,,,,
the development of their attack against
amiens with increasing violence, aiming
eventually at a separation of the Franco-British
This is an indication of Hiudenburg's
(..termuiatioi to force a supreme, deeis
..c coiiiesr, wnicii unquestionably has
been induced by the fn.-t th ..,!.....
auucK, tne uermans already
had engaged 130 divisions (1,500,000
mi-uy vi wnicn approximately only fifty
rank as first or nccmul cl;i,
which to force the final issue.
lhe German drive towards Amiens is
increasing. In the meantime, the allit'3
mive had time to tak,-; the greatest de
fensive preparations. Iu conseuuece,
Hij vicionous outcoi.ee is likely 10 rest
with the sido havine- the hest nn,ni.
ship, the must munitions and tiv.1 most
Ah the result of unifying the allied
command Foch is consistently opposing
tne preo3ut attack .as heretofore, with
the minimum forces necessary, prefer
ring to lose ground rather than uselessly
.Hicru icing ins reserves.
"iu uie two preceding uerman
day intervals fur organizing, it is con
sidered doubtful that the
their limited number of fresh divisions
left from the violence of the present at
tack enn exceed their precedents.
(Ooiuinued from page one)
ery time $10,000 worth of bends were
sold, caused the committee to order
the whistle silenced.
fm nil n ai vnA hha. fn..t- ihl i 1.
.n it. 0 1 iuv tan ill ill- iue U UUIU3
ton, were somewhat In excess of the" las arranged Dv tho federal reserve
Hasmngton statement. boards were merely .minimum nllr.l.-
ban iraucisco was today within less ments iust enough to "get bv "
tban$10,000,00O of her minimum quota .
of $53,000,000. and Los Ansvlrs lock. i-nnir "P.11 tt... i
ed only $3,000,000 of gciuS over tho San Francisco, April 26. San Fran-
, , Cisco was prepared to buy liberty bonds
liberty loan canvassers and ca-n- today "until it 'hurts like hell "
pawrners were mobilized todnv thronch Ton ti,noomj .1 ... i ...
- ... rn I.,, .... " I v" .iiuu.-uiiu iHi'iiiu vaim-reu u.1 lust
out the Twelfth district for a forceful night 's liberty loan rally, worked in-
Slliriflh At TnilrOfK1ra T -It.. 1.. . . ' , , ..
w..... uu ,,u,v 1, i.ijjix j. j it, itvui v riLV ' T.rt h tcvor rutin r nntwohnm -,-nni
on the Parffic coast demonstrations 1 their pockets inside out to await the anse f ov.erworh. lack
were held, and nearly cverv city which 1 IXL i .1". .""?'?.,! ,?xrf.e. improper eating and living
hadn't already passed its minimum al-.h Jiv ,n ra ""idemauds stimulation to satisfy the ery
Iritniont -o u r.,iA.n, A 4- 1- , m. . . .
The "come hnck" man n. Ann-.p
j never down and eut. His weakened
condition because of overwork, lack of
- . . . . mt innTTrtlRTnn
.Appearing at The Oregon Theatre, Sunday, Monday
' iins of
.mi.- Back an
s izard Oil
tilr aching j
bago is 1 1 .
will be f'.
need of ai;
septic apf.i.catioi.. as in cases of
sprains, hruis-c.. c its, burns, bites
and stm t .
Get it t 'D (!ru
If not satis'iti
get your 1110111", ;
Whips, pleasant little pini
no idea how u-ieful it
i in cases of cver day
'"'tp. when Ckmc is
..1 filiate beulii!.: anil-
ists for 30 cents,
n the bottle and
or have sick
J. Warren Kerrigan
In His Second Big 7 Act Super-Production
"THE TURN OF A CARD"
i- I "'v
Vt v '-5f .., yjr
K. ' A go
salient, but hav,? not placed in any peri!
me umisn lorces uetendmg that area
Tho British line continues intnof Tt i.
in perfect position for another moderate
retirement, if it becomes necessary to
exchange still a little more ground for a
further slaughter of German man uow-
The key to the entire west front situa
tion at th,3 present moment is the impos
sibility for Hiudenburg to stop bis of
fensive efforts without confessing the
ruin of his great plan to end the war
before America's military strength can
oo Drought to Dear. There is every rea
son for confiilcuco in General Foch's
ability to prevent this by compelling the
uninterrupted 'payment of Gorman ens-
ualtVs on a continuously high scale.
Hiudenburg has not yet reached his
Moscow, but the basis of the strategy
that overthrew Napoleon in Russia is
now being used by General Foch under
modern conditions, llindeiibtirif's urn-
gross in tho west will eventually ex
haust him, through the ton costly expen
diture of human lives, just as Napoleon
progressed, but lost his man now.or in
Russia. Hiudenburg, however will not
abandon his quest yet,. Ho has become
tin victim of his own ruthless machine.
lit eaiino emdo it. Ho can only feed
the machiiw with German lives and
trust blindly to fate, which is moving
inexorably agaiust him.
HAD PUSHED WAN
(Continued from page one)
lotment was determined in dn nn in
Tho total number of honor fines
awarded in the district today was 689,
with OrP2on lead in p f.h other aevnn
states in the district in the number of
Out on CatalSna Island, which is part
of California, the little city cf Avalon
today ran up a flag with 11 honor
stars. Avalon, though, was second in
the list, for the town of Millers. Nev..
hd a hard timo finding room fn an
stars indicating a quota over subscrib
ed ry duuu per cent.
Liberty loan officials were further
stirred today by ft long telegram from
Secretary MeAdoo expressing regret
"This is no longer war; it. ia on or
ganized man hunt," was the word to
Frank G. Odoll of the Omaha- farm
"I don't think the line is going to
be broken. Our turn is coming," Major
ueneral Swuiton, inventor of the llrit
for a health giving appetite and the
refreshing sleep essential to strength
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules,
the National Remedy nf llollon,! ;n
do the work. They are i wonderful.
iThree of these capsules each day will
Put a man on his foot before be knows
u; wneiner ms trouble comes from
i. . i j i , nMuinci ma uuuuiid conies iron
ish tank declared discussing the west juric acid poisoning, the kidneys, grav
rronh 'Kitnwt.inn. 1 ainnn i i.ij.i
,i . 1 o.w.io .u uio uiauuur, gcoiuaca ue
x.uy Buciiji uoiius ujhi u mi Tis i rangenient or otner ailments that bi
like hell." was tho elr-sinu word At
the meeting, shouted by "Kill" Hart,
movie "bad man."
Oakland Quit Blowing
fall the nvei1 Kpn'mm Jlmnriiinn . Finn 't
wait until you are entirely down and
out, but take them today. Tour drug
gist will gladly refund your money if
tney do nothelp you. Accept no sub-
CinlrnnA nn Anl Oi- f.t..l aHhifui T nnl, '- t,n nm l.
uuuiwiu, JV..f Alltl U. UIVIUIIU -J-.n.-a, nuun mo UU1.U
today ceased blowing about her liberty MEDAL on every box, three sizes
loan campaign. 'They are the pure, original, imported
Haarlem Oil Capsules-
You know how important a factor in Your affairs your clothes are, but you
probably don't think much about it ex cept when you're buying them; and
en & man's lmte aPfc to think mre about what the clothes cost than about
what they are. "
This season "what they are" will be the vital question..
You've heard a lot about the excessive cost of wool; the facts about it are
a good deal more than the words abcut it.
But the result of high-priced wool shows in one of two ways; either your
clothes will have less wool in them or you'll have to pay more for them. If
you buy cheap clothes that means you don't care for all-wool;- there's no way'
to get all-wool now at "cheap" prices. t
We're here in this business to be of service to you; and service to vou
means, as we understand it, supplying clothes that are best for you.
individual subrintHoni hnvn liPnn
made in Idaho, compared with 34,700
in the Rewind loan.
Portland officially reoorted 111 ner
cent of her quota reached.
Southern California has subscribed
94 per cent of her quota, representing
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Gcthes
$25, J30 TO $49
Bishoo All Wool Clothes
$20, $25 TO $35
$5, $6, $7.50
$3 to $5.00
4 M MM
Washington, April 26. The liberty
day holiday nroclaimed by President
WiLson was observed throughout the
land today. A mighty effort was made
to brillfT thn i.iit(.wKafr loniri(ir. lilAntn
II .loan up to schedule.
i ho day a el; se, l.fccrty loan head
quarters hero believed, will rweop the
lia well past the 2,000,000,000 mark
and gavo impotiis to carrv it far over
the $3,000,000,000 which .must at least
A. the eauital half & hundred men
marchin? their first path to war will
lead 5000 bond buyers.
i a Law, American fir9t aviation
woman, pirouetting aloft, was o e ,
ort the parado up Pennsylvania ave j
nun. . j
The grand jtalof subseriptions up
to 10 o'eloek thiJ mnrninv waa 1.1
9"i6,776 6o0 and treasury officials fore-1
cast heavy buying for the day.
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San Francisco. Anril 2fi A iatrioti ' K ""'"Mllmiii
nmi- oany ougnt to put tne rweltta t'... ... ..
federal reserve, district across the line mmkVs!