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1HE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1918
Go to Church Sunday
Subjects of 3ernions and Where They
Will Be Delivered in Salem Houses
of Worship, Tomorrow
First M. E. Church.
(Stute nd Church streets. Sir. Cum
mings will met the class at 9:15 i. m.
At t:45 a. in. superintendent John W.
Todd will meet the .Sunday school. At
11 a. m. the pastor lr. Avison will
speak of the fundamentals of the
Christian religion. Rev. Dr. Lisle will
peak at the Old People's Home at 3
p. m. At 6:30 p. m. The Epworth
League will meet. First, Mr. Raymond
meet with us at Nineteenth and Mar
ion street One block from the Che
nieketa ear line on Nineteenth street.
One block south. A Wells, pastor; Flor
ence Wells, deaconess
jejt "Treading the Wine Press Alone"
Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Evening
service at 7:30. Subject "The Yoke of
Jeans''. Dr. E. E. fcherwood of Willam-
lette University will be the speaker both
morning and evening. Thursday even
ing prayer meeting at 7:30.
First Congregational Church
Rev. James Elvia will NOT be at the
.First Congregational Church Sunday
morning at previously announced, as
the Y. M. O- A. lecture course preced
ing the tirive does not begin until Oct'
ober 20th. The speakers bureau has
loaned him for goveriynutit work lectur
ing to the drafted men. He spoke in this
capacity at Pendleton Wednesday
night and will be at La Grande Hatur
day night and from there to a num
ber of points in central Oreeon. As
Leslie Methodist Bpiscopal
Corner .South Commercial and Meyers ,Dr Kantner has gone to Seattle to be
with his daughter whose hnsbsnd died
in France recently the pulpit of the
streets. Horace N. Aldrich pastor. 9:45
a. m, Sunday school, with classes for
all ages. E. A. Bhoten. superintendent.
Barer, leader. Second, Mr. Armin Bcr-iWell equipped primary department, un
ger will lead. Junior, Miss Dorothy der the direction of Mrs. Maeon Bio
Lewis will lead. At 7:30 p. m- A fare- j hop. 11 a. m. publie worship, with eer
well to Miss Ruth Field will proceed mon by the pastor, Special music will
the address of the evening by President I include an anthem, ' 'The Botter Land,"
Carl O. Doney on 'The Redemption off Willson and a baritone sole, 'Hail,
the Holy Land." Prayer acrvice Thui
day evening lit 7:30 p. in.
PRUSSIAN POWER COLLAPSES
SAYS VETERAN FINANCIER
Many Of The Probksns Which
Will Follow Conclusion
- Of Peace Mentioned
i sous to arrive at their own conclusions
It is not my intention at this writing
to attempt to foreshadow the effects of
peace upon the market for securities
Ample time for that will be available
latvr. But one or two fundamentals will
perhaps, prove of interest as a first
basis for individual consideration. In
the f'rs' place, the world must turn
more or less suddenly from war pre
parations to pursuits identified with
Thig will mean that corporations j T
New York, Oct. 5. It is not necessary
nor is it desirable to repress enthu
siasm which so naturally springs from
the stirring military events of the past
week. The handwriting, so dear that peace.
all can read, shows that the .Prussian I whose products can be ehangvd to meet
miuiary power is rapidly collapsing. the demands of peace will benefit. War
For County Judge
First Coitgregationul (church will be The Kaiser wnows, and his generals all has been engrossing attention so com-
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supplied on Sunday by Dr E. E.
Services At St Paul's
7:30 a m. Holy Communion Sunday
eehool at usual 11 morning prayer and
Program." 7:30 p- m. son service, led
by the newly organised Girls chorus,
Salem Ministerial Association.
First Presbytsrlaa Church.
Thomas S. Anderson, minister. Bible
school at 9:45 Mr, Joe. H. Albert, sup
erintendent. Mrs. Chaa. A- Park, will! and an address by the pastor.
tart a young People Class, October
20th. Classes in the school for all ages.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Com
munion service. Theme. "We Live By
What We Feed I'pon." Special music by
now choir. Evening worship at 7:30
o'clock. Theme, 'The Perfect Law of
Liberty." Y. P. S. O. E. at 6:30 o'clock.
Everybody welcome to- all services.
Holy Light, ' sung by Charles Dougla sermon 8pm Evening prayer and
630 p. m. devotional meeting of the address. The new rector, Dr. Joseph A.
r.pwuriu ueou4, etuujing iq wpic t tJtansfield will preach,
me unurcn nuuaing, ana me v nurcn
Services at the Nezarcne church
Sunday as follows: Sunday school at
9:45. preaching at 11 in the morning
and the evening service will begin at
7:30. Prayer meeting at 7:30 on Wed
nesday night. The interest is increas
ing in every service,
!ottage and Center streets. Bev. O.
I Lovell, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. m. Classes for all ages. Divine wor
whin and Dreae hiner at 11 a. m. " A Kina
me meeting wiu oe neiu. juonaay JUiJor the World." Evening worship ana
a. m. sharp. All pastors in 8lem andlaemjon at 7:3o p. ,,i. ''Abram, a Pion-
eer and Why." prayer meeting on
vicinity are cordially mvitod to attend,
B. N. Aviaon, president. H. N. Aldrich,
Services at the institutions Sunday
wilt be held as follows: 3 p. xtn Girl's
Training school, H. E. Peinberton. 3:15
p in. H, N. Avison.
Sunday services at First Congrega
tional church, Oct. 13th. Sunday school
Come over and at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11. Sub-
Rural Oongregationjal Churqh,
H. C. Stover, minister. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Horning service at 11 a. ro.
Central Congregational Church
Corner south 19th and Ferry streets.
B- C. Stover, minister. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Mrs. Burton Edwards, sup
erintendent. Christian Endeavor at 6:45
p. ni. Evening service at 730 p. m.
Prayer meet.iag at 7:30 Thursday even
ing. ' ..
Castle Chapel United Brethren In Christ
Comer 17th and Nebraska avenue.
Bible school 10 a. m. Rev. W. A. Rose
braugh, superintendent. Preaching 11
a. m. by the pastor, F. It Neff. Subjoct
"Wordless Prayer.'' Luke 7 38. Y. P.
8. C. E. senior and intermediate 7-8
p. m. Mrs. Guy Fitch Pholps, presi
dent. Preaching 8 p. m. by -the pastor.
Praver meeting every Thursday 8 T).
m. Rev. W. A. Rosebraugh class lead
pletelp that sight appear to have been
lost of the fact that tbw requirements
a nation of something over 110,-
000,000 souls have meanwhile been ac
cumulating. New building contruetion,
for instance, was first partially suspend
ed as a result of the interference of
high cost with the possibility of in
adequate returns on capital, and later
by the request of the government that
all but absolutely essential conduction
should be suspended in order to prevent
competition with necessary war workj
Thus today we aw in arrears as to the
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418 Court Street
rirst United Brethren.
Yew Park. Sunday school 10 a. in.
Mrs. Ella McElroy superintendent.
Preachinc at 11 a m. Y. P. S. C.-E.
7 p. m. Thirty minutes talk at 8 p.
m. by the pastor.
Highland Avenue Friends.
Rabflth school at 10 a. m. Morning
worship at 11. Christian Endeavor 6:15
p. m. Preaching service 7:30 p. m. The
pastor will give tho first or a series
of sermons on "Tho Second Coming of
the Lord." Subject of the first ser
mon, ' Why the Teaching In Parables"
I. Jt. Lee and wife, pastors, residence
915 Highland avenue.
17th and Chomeketa street. Jacob
Stocker, pastor. Hunday school 10 a. m.
John Lippold, superintendent, 81 la
in. Divine service and sermon by the
pastor. 7:15 p m. Young People's Al
liance. 8 p. m. sermon by the pastor.
Jason Lee Memorial Church.
Thomas Ac.heson, pastor. Sunday
school, 9:45, Chas. Hngeman, superin
tendent. Classes for all ages and a cor
Morning service 11 a. m. The Sunday
school will be in chai p and will render
a carefully prepared Rally Day prog
ram. Epworth lengue meets at 6:30 p.
m, All young people made welcome, Miss
Newmun is president. Evening service
7:30 p. in. Sermon by thvr pastor, su
ject: Christianity and tli War. This
service will he or a patriotic oracr.
flood music and a good timo assured,
rrayer mooting Thursday evening 7:3(1
know, that thv irresistible result will be
and must be, complete defeat. The sole
point of uncertainty is the length Of I of
uuie wmcn yet must eiapse oeiore xor
mal compliance with the allied demand
for "unconditional surrender." Bulgar
ia has read aright the signs.- Turkey
soon must follow. Austria-Hungary
will be next, and the peopU of Germany,
their eyes open at last, will demand that
the horrible sacrifice of life the des
truction of resources must end.
The Kaiser himself no longer is the
defiant war lord. He now suggests that
"the people" shall hav a greater . construction of necessarv nublic build-
voice in the solution which is to mean lings, such as schools, etc., as well as in
so much to the future of the Empire. ( the matter of office buildings, and es
Parliamentary government i officially pecially in the instance of appartment
offered as a substitute for autocratic I houses. Here is an urgent demand that
domination. All this appvars fully as must be filled a soon as the channels
significant In considering the prospect of industrial life can be turned from
of poace as any of the recent success-.war to peace. Then, too, clothing manu-
iiu military operations, it is, in tact, facturers have been compelled to cut
an essential preliminary for any dis- down their civilian trade. In this dir-
cussion of peace. President Wilon, as cction w mav expect an immediate ro- Thero is a scheme on foot t0 wipe out
have also the leading representatives of, action. A complete ban has recently the present delinquent tax list law now
our European alliss, has made it quite been placed upon the manufacture of iinvffect in the stato of Oregon. Those
plain that negotiations will not be uu- pleasure automobiles. Here, again, is 'behind tho plan would substitute in its
dertaken with the military leaders of, a prospect for an active demand. And place a piece of pernicious k-gislation,
cleverly devised by the Portland Jour
nal aad a certain cliqu of politicians.
The scheme is a clever oim at first
H. L CLARK
. Independent Candidate for County Judge of
. Marion County
I stand for strict economy. Your choice for road
supervisor in your district would be my choice. Your
road money should be spent in your own district.
"REVERE TIRES" "
CLARK'S TIRE SHOP
I save Your Rim Cut Tires
319 N. Commercial St. Salem, Oregon.
Give Taxpayers a Square Deal
Law Proposed to Benefit Tax
Title Shark and Land Attorney
Gcrmai.y, who have repeatedly shown so on throughout the long list of our
bal fsitil and thvir utter inability to, industries may we expect bursts of
deal Honorably. In any circumstances
the only time to discuss peace is when
peace activity. The return of our rail
roads and telegraph and telephone lines
the Gorman government, whatever its to their owners will constitute separate
4 1 s.lj , ;i i j. . . ... ...
you arc the tax collector doesn't both
er about you uulcss you notify him of
Tho result! The title grabber, that
peculiar pest who is always loitering
about the books in the tax office, loses
a chance to buy in your place for a
observation and by reason of the fact ' song, and you are saved the embarrass-
that one oi the backers oi the proposed mcnt and work oi redeeming your
form, has withdrawn its troops from problems which will stand more or less change is a man of independent wealth place. This 18 the present law, and tiii
Prance and Belgium and has in this upon their own foundations. I at the head of a Portland paper, the is exactly tb way it works out. '
way shown unmistakable evidence of a Labor will, of course, probably pre oluuma of that paper tho Portland Jackson, working with a certain Port
chastened mood and desire to niako the sent the paramount peace problem. Its Journal have been thrown open to fur- land attorney, would cut out the publi
f urther amendg required. ramifications enter into all our national 1 ther the measure and bef uldle the vot- cation requirement of the present law.
It is not too early to look ahead and endeavors. In their connection with or 's minds at the coming election. By He would end the matter onco for all
our foreign trade our high wage scales ; smooth camouflaging of the facts, and with tlie sending of a notice through tlw
will present an apparently unsuperable ! sometimes by direct misrepresentation mail, if you fail : get it, under hU
obstacle. Wo will have, for instance, i the voters are led to believe that the scheme, you are tho loser, and -thw-tax
consider the problems which must be
faced frankly as what will be known as
our post-war problems. The conceded
prerogative of the financial markets is ( millions of tous of raw merchant mar-, proposed measure is one originated and vulture Will' ihen pick up some easy
m'.ney and you wia foot the bill, each
is tho bill vroposed by Jackson and
This is tin influence that comes from Hagood. ICiil it if you would confer
reading tho Portland Journal's piopa-' favor si tlie taxpayers of Oregon. Voto
to discount to appraise in advance
tlar real value approaching events
Regardless of the date of full acknow
ledgement by tho enemy, there muat
still remain months of discussion be'
fore the many problems which have be
coum so interwoven by the titantic de
velopments of tho last few years can bt
adjusted in a way to assure lasting Ret
tloiuent. As to post-war problems, they are
even inpro complex and divergent than
thoso which so suddenly arose when in
August, 1914, file world war was unex
pectedly precipitated. Then, everything
was thrown into confucion. Oldest eco
nomic lawg seemed at fault. Peace, at
any rate, will have the great advant
age that the consternation of surprise
ill not be present and that ample sion.
time will w afforded thoughtful per-
inc. To maintain thi9 profitably wV to be naseed entirelv in their own inter
must navp a corresponding increase in ' ests.
our -toreign trade. Labor's cost con
stitutes such a dominant factor in the
ost of our exportable merchandise that
when wo consider that we must compete
with tho much lower wage scale of Eu
rope some idea of this important prob
lem will present itself. On the othor
hand will be the reconstruction of Bel
gium mid France and Italy, not to men
tion the Baltic states, which have been
so fearfully devastated. Bu$ as I havo
already intimated, it is not my inten
tion at thig time to discuss fully the
problem,, of penes'. I have merely sug
gested a few of the many topics which
when the war nears its formal end, wil'
present themselves for general discua-
Cast Vz.As Much
Tlrst Church of Christ, Scientist
Sundav services arc held at 448 Clio-
invkota street at 11 and 8 p. m. Subject
of Bible lesson "Are Sin, Ibsease and
Death Real!" .Sunday school nt 9:43 a,
m. Wednesday evening a testimonial
meeting at 8 p. m. Heading room in
Masonic building, room 209 is open
every day except Sundays and holidays
from 11:43 a. m. to 5 p. in. All wvlcome
to our jiervtccs and invited to our rend
Fight Is Made On .
Higher Express Hates
THE "CLOWN" PRINCE
WRITES TO HIS PAPA
st )(c sc )fc sjc jt jij )c sfc )l( jc )(c jfc sc j( )c
On the Run, Somewhere iu Franco;
Bverywhere in France, All the Time,
I am writing on der run as dere bravo
and glorioug soldKrs under my com
mand have not seen der Rhine for so
long dat they started back that way
and of course I am going mit dem. Oh,
papa, der has been om0 offel dings
happoned hero in France. First, I start
You remember in your speech you
said nothing could stand befoi tho
brave German soldierst Oh, papa, I
don't belicvo deso ignorant Americans
ever read your speech; for dey run aftoi
us just like ve vag a lot of rabbits. Vot
you tink of dot! Can't you sent dv-m
some of your speeches right awayt Dej
don't know how terrible vo ere. Can't
you move my army back to Belgium
vero ve won nil der glory! My ines
can vip all de vimmin and children dot
dem Belgians can bring us. But dese
Americans are soTough and ignoront.
Wo can't niako 'cm understand that ve
are the greatest soldiers on earth, and
ganda for the abolishment of the pres
ent delinquent tax bill now in force in
the state of Oregon,
The editor of this paper ig not in the
habit of instructing hig readers how
to vote in various elections. As a rule
we consider the voter will support the
measures which he belioves to be of
worth, and register his protest with a
vigorous "NO" on useless or pernic
iuog legislation. This is the rule usual
ly followed by the country newspaper
man, but when direct mrsreprescnta
tion of the facts is resorted to in an
effort to lure the favor of tho voting
public, it is high time that the voters
aiv advised of the true conditions.
Therefore tho editor of this paper has
tho following statement to make to the
readers of thig paper:
The present, delinquent tax law waB
passed by tlw state legislature of Ore
gon, the men you and I sent to Salem
to represent us in affairs of stato.
It is a fair law, devised in the inter
est of the tax-payer, to give him a
square deal in tho hour of emorgency,
and to protect him in that hour from
tlie tax title vulture and the scheming
land attorney. It provides for the pub
lication of the delinquent tax list, it is
true," but it also providos and this is
the part of the law tho Portland Jour
nal would have yon overlook that pub
lication of the delinquents shall only be
ven wo trv to sincr " Dantsplilniwl nh-
d in my big offensive, which was to bet Alios" dov laugh lilea a lot of .maae anor a niailea notice has been sent
crush der fool Americans, but they kuo, monkeys. But ve aro getting dc best of UUL' YBU,n"' iue uuunj.urai
so litle about military tactics out dey d0 Americans. Vo can outrun dem, papa umt ms "" "v " P'-
vill not bo crushed just like I want 'cm., if ve ar0 not de best fighters, on earth. ; publication, therefore, is but an emcr-
I sent my men in der fight in dor big
waves, and veil dey got to do Americans
dey all said "Boo" as loud as they
could hollwr. Veil, according to vat you
have always tolt me, do Americans
should have turned and run like blazes.
But vot you tink! Dem fool Americans
dont know anything about war, and in
stoad of running de otUer vay, dey
came right toward us. Some of dem vas
singing aboud ' Ve won't come back till
it s over, over dere" or somo foolish
song, and somo of dem were laffing like
fools. Dey are so ignorant. But dey are
offel reckless nut der guns, and ven
dey come towards us it vas dnt my men
to nresuro de best runners. Xobortv iii5fy measure, t0 be resorted to only
kocp up mit us when ve tink of der ! wht'n Pt'isonnl notice has failed to noti
dear old Rhine, and my army never did lu
ting so much of dot dear old river. Let I Tho tPer should quickly realize
me know right avay vot to do by re-! the Ptical value of such a law. Sup
turn postoffice. l,oso vou arc awav fr tle time being.
CROWN TRINCE WILLIE. 0r let us assume you have changed
July 20 times. vour address. In cither caso a mailed
(Published in a Lincoln Neb. 'dailv pa. statement would in all probability fail
By Col. John F. McCrae.
Died in Boulogne, January 28. 191S,
In I landers liclds the poppies 1)1
Between tlie crosses, row on row
That mark our place, and in the skv
177 South Commercial
took a notion dey vanted to go back to
As a move to prevent an increase i.njilvr dear old Rhine, ve uou t like do lit
rxiircsg rates, the various state publiojtlc dirty Marno river, anyhow. And,
service commissions which have ropro- oh, pupa, tier Americans use such offel
seiitatives at Washington attending the; language. IVy kno nothing of kultur
1 .... !,!,. ,,,,;.,. I.ln.r l,v nil .v l'l'l ,l!n ri.rl.t L, .f,,,-., lie
the interstate commerce commission,1 And dev talk blasphemy, too. Vot vou'T',,w larKs sfl11 hravely singing fly.
will urge the commission to investigate' tink they said right in front of my
the revenues of the railroad adininii ! face! One big husky from a place they
j trntion with an idea of seeking a chnngo call Missioure, i,v said oh, papa, I hate
I in thy b:sis on which the express com-; to toll you van an offel ting, lie said
(pniiy and tho railroads now divide ex- but I can't help it, he said "To
I presg revenues. hell mit der kaiscrl" I didn't ting any
At til,, suggest inn of Charles K. Kliu-jVon would say such on offel ting. It
'quist, solicitor for the National iukkh. made m, so mad. I vouUln't stand and
' lion of Railroad t'ommissioners, the Ore ! hear such nn offel ting so I turned or
'gnii commission today wired Chairman onnd and run mit der odder boys. Vas I
i Miller, who is iu Washington, that this right! Vot 1 And, oh, papa, you know
commission favors .such a move. Idem breast plates vot you K.'irt us. Can
At proR'tit the express company and you send som0 to put on our backs!
tho railroads divide the express revenue j You know we are going der odder vay
about 50-30, while Elmcuist reportod it now, and breastplates are no good, for
wag brought out at'thv- hearing that .if 'de .cowardly Americans are shooting us
tho express companies wvrp given 33 right in der back. Some of our boys
per cent of the revenues and the rail-j took off der breastplates and put 'era
roads cut down to 45 per cent this, behind but de fool Americans are play
would make up the $12,0110,000 a year ing "Do Star Spangled Banner" mit
additional which the express coiupauy 'marchin,. guns on dem plates. Can't you
says it needs. . jholp its!
The state commissions will urge the
interstate commerce commission to in-1
vostfgate tlie revenues of thv railroad
administration and then recommend
that the railroad administration make,
this modification in the division con-j
tract between the railroads Bud express
company, which would satisfy the ex-,
press company 's demands without in
creasing expre&g rate.
IN FLANDERS FIELDS.
to reach you. Some timo later the de
linquent tax list is published in tho home
paper, and your friends, relatives or
. neighbors, notice immediately that you
i havc overlooK-d your taxes, and hasten
to drop vou a -line. They know where
"NO" on t!w Jackscn delinquent bill.
Americans In Mexico
Raise Liberty Loan Quota
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 12. Americans in
Mexico have raised their quota of the
Fourth Lilierty lona, according to a'Hcl
egrnm received here today by J. A. Mp
Cord, governor of tho Atlantic federal
reservo bank. The telegram, dated Mex
ico City yesterday, said:
"Mexico, with a quota of $1,000,000
has gone over the top today. Tell your
constituents' to come across."
The messago was signed "United
States Chamber of Commorce in Mex-
LIEUTENANT AXLEN HOME.
Lieutenant Ralph S. Allen's home for
ft fow days'Mslt with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. D. Allen. Ho is on his way
to Camp Lewis where he has been as
signed to tho 13th Field Artillery bri
gage. Since leaving Camp Lewis last
May, Lt. Allen has been located ta
Camp Jackson, South Carolina, and has
just completed a course in Field artil
lery at Fort Sill, Okla. His wife who
accompanied him to South Carolina re
tuned with him and is in Salem for a
short visit with her mother before com
ing to Eugene. Eugen Guard.
When you feel that your
stomach, liver or Hood is
out of order, renew their
health by taking
jMTiett Sale of Aor Medicin in th World
Sold verywhre. In box. 10c 25c
ow I f
Scarce heard amidst the guns below, i
Wp are the dead. Short days iifco I
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glmv, ;
Loved and were loved, and now v.e liu,
In Flanders fields.
Takw up our quarrel with the foe,
To you from falling hands we throw I
The torch be yours to hold it high. !
If ye break faith with us who die. 1
Ve shall not sleep tho poppies glow I
Ii Flanders fields. j
America's Answer. j
(Author Unknown.) j
Rest ye in peace, ye Flanders dvad. j
The fight that ye so bravely led
We'vo taken up. And we will lcerp I
True faith 'with 5"u who lie asleep!
With each a cross to mark his bed,
And poppies blowing overhead, I
Where once his own life blood ran red.;
So let your rest bo sweet and deep
In Flanders fields.
Fear not that ye have dkM for naught;
The torch ye threw to us we caught,.
Ten million hands- will' hold it. high, I
And Freedom's light shall never diel j
We've learned the lesson that ye taught
In FlaudVrs fields.
Journal Wast Ads Pay
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL WAR EMERGENCY
COURSE AND CERTIFICATE
Owing to the scarcity of teachers the Oree-on Nor
mal School will offer a War Emergency Course of I
twenty weeks outlined b ythe Superintendent of Pub-
lie Instruction. The course will begin with each of I
"the terms commencing Nov. 16, 1918; February 8, f
1919 and April 12, 1919. The Superintendent of Pub- t
lie Instruction will consider it equivalent to the
Teachers' Training Course and issue a certificate up- J
on its completion valid to teach in the elementary
grades for one year. -
This course will be open to those who have had t
two years or more of high school work or its equiva-
ieni. ino age limit is required lor entrance, but be
fore a certificate can be issued applicant must be at
least eighteen years of age.
All regular courses will be offered as usual.
For detailed information address
Registrar Oregon Normal School,
Monmouth, Oregon, f