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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1918.
BUG darts at your eye. Your eye
closesbefore you think. Reflex
action. Your eye telegraphs to your
brain "Bug coming!" Your brain flashes
back "Close up!" You aren't conscious
of the exchange of messages but your
eyelids close. Force of habit protects you.
Habit and reflex action save time and effort in
numberless ways, and keep your brain clear for
the real problem. ,
Habit, for example, ets the hour
when the delicate departments of
your digestion combine in a supreme
reflex action to move your bowels.
Nujol cultivates that habit If they
move regularly all you know is thaf
you feel well. .
, If they don't move regularly, yu
kntw it the habit has failed.
The food waste stagnates in your
large intestine, decays, generates
poisons, which are absorbed into
your blood and carried all over your
body. Your next effort will be
more difficult and soon the bad
Don't exchange a good habit for iXf-i
a bad one. Nujol builds sucb
strong habit that it offers a maximum
of resistance to the clogging of the
intestines. Don't wait until you're
"sick ' to start Nujol night and
morning will give you a reflex action
as "regular as clockwork." Be at
proud of your inside cleanliness as you
are of a clean face and clean teeth.
Pills, purgative mineral waters, salts-,
castoroiland othercathartics, weaken
and cause strain. They increase con
stipation. Nujol acts easily, harm
lessly, naturally. Your druggist has it
Jished. The good habit of regu- UOl Laboratories
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Sy CABOL 8. DIBBLE.
I controlled will of Mr. Wilson. . .will have the courage to exact a da
"Nor eun the attitude of the bouso tailed and accurate story of that stew
of representatives be ignored An f'ulZnU-'IH Work "of roconslruc
peace. Every affirmative obligation tion must Bot bo done bv 0 maa or
sntintinn. Ho ha8 not demanded, as ho binding tho linited Htatcg in that treaty fiimny fniated ueeording to hie
mljcht have done. In three lines, that must b patwd by the 1,01180 nB Prt i aeademio .-theories mid idoala. The
which tho Amorienn pcoplo demand, au of " congress. The parent ilemocratie pre8i(lent wa not elected-when uch
unconditional aurrendur. His cxcliunge majority in tho houiso has boen uh0er-jisswa wcro bcforo th0 people. His
of notet with Oermany has caused avi'iit to tho will of tho president in madate of powor was not given in tho
deep concern among our people lent ho every respect except when critical it-jit 0f the monientous questions
may by his parleying with her, con-1 "ow on tho conduct of the war has wlli(,n wiU ,oon orKft themselves for
cede her a pence around a eounell tubla ; "!,n involved. The president has' not solntion. He was elected as a peace
iuutvad of a sentence from a court. The, hcaitatetl publicly to discipline thoso of j president and because, he had kept us
fourteen points which the president
lind Gcrntanv axsuine that they have al
teady Rijrood upon are so general and
vague that such a pence would be nn
treaty at all, but only a portocol to no.
Intel miiiablo discussion. The president
Id without final power to bind tre
United States to those fourteen points,
although his language doe9 not suggest
ms party who Have uisagreeii witu out of war. The American people
him aud the Icbsou ha had its effect, should therefore iilaee in tho branch of
a. new uuiuui-.iuuo unK, nuu us uiu the government enargeU constitution
leader thus chastened, will offer no,ally with ti0,,tnig policies.- of rcou
opposition to his well. They will notjgtruetion, a congress which will not
be consulted iu the futuro more than in i roKistor the will of One man, but fresh
tho past. In a democratic congress the 'from the people, will enact the will of
American pcoplo will not have tlio 'tho people. ' .
service of an independent, courageous,! uWe ca're8tlv deoroeate' extendinii
it Still less has ho power to bind our co-ordinate branch of the government tna unified, uncontrolled leadership of
noble allioa. Wo do not kaow thntjo moderate' his uneontrolled will. It commander-in-chief to the making of
tUcse points includo all that onr allies:8 not saie ro enirusi i0 one man such B permanent treaty of peace or to the
may jusuy uciunnu or do not concerto
omothing they may justly withhold.
For what they hav done for us, we
we our allies the highest good faith.
"It is of capital importanco that we
should now elect a senate which Amer
ican people iu the matter of this world
peace aud not merely submit to the un-
, Sour Stomach
Tat slowly, masticate your food thor
-oughlr, abstain from meat for a few
days and in most cases the sour atom--ach
will disappear. If it does not, take
one of Chamberlain's Tablets immedi
ately after supper. Red meats are niOBt
likely to cause sonr stomach and you
way find it beat to eat them out.
nuiiniiicu powers. is not in aororn frftmjn(! of those measures of. recon-
witU the traditions of the republic. 'structlon which must seriously affect
"Third The republicans voted, the happiness aud prosperity of tho
without objection, billions to be ex-1 American people for a century. We
pended by this administration. Six urge all Americans, who are Ameri
hundred and forty millions for a via- 'cans first, to vote fof a republican edi
tion were given to tne executive to
build airplanes without ft single limi
tation as to tho manner or method or.
'A senate committee) has deplored tVe
waste and failure In the use of that
money. The debts which have been
created by this war, the people, will be
paying to tho third and fourth genera
tion. They havo a right to know how
these enormous sum8 have been ex
pended , Only a republican congress
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"WILLIAM H. TAFT."
Continued frtm page one).
Paris Hears News
" Paris, Oet. 31. The Turks are re
ported to have agreed to an araiistice,
including free passage of the Dardui'
London. Oct. 31.(3:30 p. m.) The
Turkish armT irrouri in the Tigris re
gion of Mesopotamia have surrend-rcd,
it waj authoritatively stated here ta'j
Tho armies were nnder command ol
Ismhil Hakkj. They consisted ci a
whole division and the best part of tw
bencral Marshall, the British ca:n-
maiuler, hu been conducting a vigoikul
offensivo in Mesopotamia for gevual
C. Clanecy, will entertain few
friends this evening at a small dinner
party to ba given 'at bis apartments,
339 North Liberty street. The affair
which will assume a most lafBiiai na
ture, will partake of the Hallow 'een
spirit, the artistic table appointments
accentuating a Hallowe'en motif. Cov
ers will be arranged for twelve. Laier
the guests will be joined at the Coun
try club by a few additional friends
for an informal evening of dancing. -
Bringing together ' goodly assembly
of old time friends and summoning a
number of "relatives from a distance,
the reception in' observance of the gold
en wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Charle E. Whitney, which was
held last Friday afternoon at the res
idence of the honored couple, 2105,
.North Liberty street, proved to be one
of the most pleasurable gatherings' of
ita Kind enjoyed this season.
Between the hours of two and five,
about sixty guests called at the Whit
ney home, the rooms of which were bril
liant with masses of deep yellow
chrysanthemums and golden marigolds,
relieved by the subdued groen of ef
fectively arranged ferns. A profusion
of autumn foliage also lent a gay note
of color to the decorative scheme.
In the receiving line besides Mr. and
Mrs. Whitney were their daughters,
Mrs. Paul Hanser, Mrs. W. J. Hagedorn
and Mrs. Lloyd Eamsden. Also assist
ing about the rooms was another (laugh
ter, Mrs. Loui Thompson, of Portland.
Simple refreshments in keeping with
the -war time' spirit and regulations
were; served during the afternoon. '
The hosts were the recipient of a
number of handsome gifts and many
congratulatory messages from the mem
ber of the family and their numerous
AH of the twelve children of the
couplo but one were present. The ab
sent member was their daughter Mrs.
0. J. Bunn of Los Angeles, California.
The daughters and sons who were pres
ent numbered: Mrs. James f.nm oi
Cherokee, Iowa,- Mrs. A. H. Stevens of
Alta, Iowa, Mrs. Loui9 Thompson of
Portland, Mrs. S. N. Lucton of Port
land, Mrs. 8. H. Beeves of Astoria,
Mis Anna Whitney of Portland, Mrs.
L. W. Price, Mrs. Lloyd Kamsden, Mrs.
Paul Hauser of Salem, O. E Whitney of
Seattle and P. M. Whitney of Salem.
Those from out of town are remaining
foT a visit in Salem as the guests of
Misg Alice Fields, instructor in the
Rose City Park high school at Port
land, is- enjoying a visit at home dur
ing the enforced- respite from school
duties. Miss Fields is at tne nome ot
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Fields,
1155. South .loth street. ,
Mi's.s.Suth Hodge, who is teaching at
Oakland, Oregon, ia, spending her vaca
tion, iu Salem at her home, 158 North
Twelfth street. -
Mri!! C. 'S. Hamilton anil ter twe
vounuer sons have returned from In-
denendence. where they have been en-
invincr a two weeks' outing at the
ranch of Mrs. Hamilton's brother, Fred,
Stump, during the interim of closed
schools. - '
Husaell Beckett is down from the na
val training camp at Seattle on a ten
day furlough. He will visit his parents
Mr. fend Mrs. v. v. BCCKett, at imjn
hnme on the Wallace road.
Mr. and Mm. Donald Miles are spend
ing a rcw uays in rurwauu.-
tt ' .
Mrs..E. M. Burke, who with her hus
band, Rev. Burke, resided m Sniem
last winter, is now in San Francisco,
where she is making her home with Mr,
Burke's mother, Mrs. Edgar Maxwell
Mr. Burke was pator of the Salem
Unitarian church last year. After re
signing from the pastorate last spring
he went to i ortiann, wnu-u ue inu
his headquarters for his -work, a field
lm'tiirfi for the Oreeon Social Hygi
ene society, which position he is still
heading, thig year.
Miss Beryl' Holt, the daughter 6f Mr.
and Mrs. F. O. Holt, i Home irom
Richmond. Washington, where sne
teaches in the local high school, which
is temporarily elosed pwmsr to the quar
Vi Franke flout spent the week
end in Corvallis with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C E. Hont.
Mrs. Pauline Josse of Portland i
spending a few days in Salem as toe
guest of Mrs. C. H. narmer.
Messes of felicitation are being
showered upon Captain and Mrs. B. I).
Byrd upon the arrival 01 a uauguier
born this morning at the Sulem hos
pital. Captain Bvrd is in the service
overseas, having left Camp Lewis last
Continued from paga one)
MM STEEL SHIP
Government Will Haie No Use
For It By rune It Is Ready
to Operate. -
Washington, Oet. 30. The United
States shipping board has cancelled its
contract with the Bethlehem Steel cor
poration for $00,000,000 shipbuilding
plant at Alameda. Cal. Work on the
project which amounted practically to
donbiiat; the plant located there was
stopped two weeks ago. Officials ex
plained tho plant could not be com
pleted before the period of its useful
ness would have passed.
When the Bethlehem group was giv
en the big contract it intended to
make the Alameda plant a transport
building yard. No ships smaller than
12,000 deadweight tons were to be
built. Early in tbe summer it wad
seen, according to officials, that the
first troop s'hip could not be turned
out before the fall of next year.- In
cancelling the contract, then, it was
pointed out, officials believe they have
saved tho government 60,000,000.
Officials of the shipping board and
Emergency Fleet corporation were .in
perfect accord as to the disposition of
me Aiamcua piaut, it ww saiu.
Pressure of the strongest sort, how
ever, ig known to have been brought to
bear on Chairman Hurley to pernut
the building of the plant. The pressure,
according to officials close to Hurley
and Director General Schwab, was ex
erted by commercial interests which
were expected to supply the material
required in bnilding the plant es well
as building the ships.
Shipping board officials nave al
most completed the list of shipyards
which will be placed on their resourc
es to operate independently of the gov
ernment, it was announced today. All
yards have been grouped, according to
their efficiency, in four classes. Class
four, which now includes seventeen
yards, will be eliminated and ether
yards which drop in efficiency will
be cut off also, as they fall bkw the
(Continued rrcui page one .
London, Oct. 81. Turkey is prepar
ing a note to the allies which is tanta
mount to unconditional surrender, ac-
carding to advices received here today.
The note, it Is said, will declare that
Turkey will permit the allied fleet to
ljss the Dardanelles, will suggest ths
mailing of an adequate forte of tioopa
;!B Vurkey to supervise demobilization
of tne Turkish army and will dchvci
tiv the allies for trial all persona .V
vjist-o of violating civilized warfare.
Perhaps you've always used
Fels-Naptha Soap with boiling water.
Of course, it gives splendid results.
But next time you have one or two
pieces to clean, try. washing them;
with Fels-Naptha in water of com
The result will astonish you. The
washing is perfect. And so easy! It will be .
easier still when you do all the wash in the
Fels-Naptha way. - ! t , -
At your own grocer's .
' u 'The immediate release and return
of all allied prisoners of war. 1
Meeting Of Tbe Envoys.
London, Oct. 31. ir George aver
home secretary, announced in the house
of commons this afternoon that Turk
ish plenipotentiaries arrived at Mudros
early tint ween ana tnat Admiral iai
thorpe signed an armistiee last night,
011 be-half of the allies.
Cave said that General Townshehd,
coaimander of the British army that
surrendered at Kut-tl-Amara, was re
leased some days ago for the purpose
of conducting the negotiations for tur-
The s'atement was erected with
The Turkish armistice, Cace said, pro
vided for free passage ef the Bosphorus
to the Bletk sea, oeeupatioa of-the forts
of the Dardanelles and Bosphorus
According to renorts rnmnili-.l anil
I carefully checked with armv records, ! necessary to secure such passage and
iuv iwiui i"s9 vi iub tn me vtrasio uis- imgiriuate cvpui laiiwa vi Ki-i miiicu ir.
aster was 527. ' - . prisoners. i
suraaces of my highest consideration.
(Signed) "R0BEKT LAXSIXG."
Turkey asked that the president un
dertake to notify the allies of the ar
mistice request. As tbe United States
is not at war against Turkey, its in
terest in the Turkish ; matter is vitally
less than that of the alliaa,
What Germany May Do ....
Positive facts about the Versailles
conference now straightened out war
seek to bargain over terms.
' The 'third course isc'one hich 'many
foresee as the most likely."
Whether her protestations would
end in compromise- or in German ac
ceptance are questions only the future
knows. . ,'
Secrecy at Versailles
While the president has declared for
open door diplomacy, there are some
symptoms ef applying the secret va
riety to the Versailles session, though
it is assumed publicity will come even-i
tually. - ' ' I
The reason tot the present secrecy is
said to be that the nations involved do
not want to forewarn Germany and
give her a chance to prepare propa
ganda offsetting the allied determina
tion. . ..
Notes are coming so thick and fast
now that even Secretary Lansing is
growing a bit confused. The latest re
ported noto is that from Russia query
ing as to when American forces will
evacuate that territory. This is taken
only as a rather insolent suggestion not
representative of the feeling of the
mass of Russians. i
As for tho Austro-Italian situation,
the Austrian army bids fair to suffer
tremendous defeat. In view of the
army developments, there is real fun
ny page copy in an official Austrian
nonneement that Italian soil is being
evacuated, "in view of our desire for
peace." . .
Unconditional surrender of the Aus-
tro-German armies will be demanded
by General Diaz when the Avstrians
hoist tbe flan of truee, Italian diplo
mats here aid.
It is understood that the specific
conditions Emperor Charles must sub
mit to before he can have peace con
What Austria Most Bo
Immediate evacation by Austria of
all Italian territories, including the
boundaries ef the Italian irredentia.
Unconditional recognition by
of the Italian rights under the irreden
tia. . .-' .
Surrender of the Anstro-Gcrman nav
al forces in the Adriatic,
Guarantees for the unopposed pass
age of Italian and allied forces -thru
Austria for a rear attack on Germany
and the full use of Austrian railroads
and waterways for such a move.
Diplomatic "officials here today ex
pressed great interest ia reports that
President Wilson may go" to the peace
conference. For the most part they
were reluctant to comment off hand
bat many expressed approval without
Xcutrals and smaller allied rations
were particularly pleased, believing
that the president s influence at the
peace conference would tend toward
fairness to all nations.
With tw0 of the central powers, Tur
key and Bulgaria, now definitely OJi 0
the war and AustTia-Huiigary tlia-f
giing to eliminate herself, the cyeJ ol
the world today are centered upon Ver
sailles. There the allied diplomats are work
ing to determine the basic principles of
the peace to be meted out to their ene
mies. Delay in decision has led to be
lief hero that difficulties exist as to ap
plication of President "Wilson's four
teen peace principles. Interest in the
decision en his formula is not only
centered in the belligerent nations but
More and Cheaper Fish
HIGHER PRICED Fish
WASTE of FOOD Fish
Keep the price of fish down. Help pro
duction of fish. : Eliminate waste. !
VOTE 307 X NO
Bead argument in State election pamphlet
Clackamas County Fisherman's Union. Andrew A'aterlin, Secy. Oregon
City, Oregon. k , . , fPai.1 A4vt.).
307 X 110
306 X YES
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! FERD. T. HOPKINS SON New York
outcome. ' " ' ' . .-
"The republicans have attacked tho
president's formula as unclear and
801110 portions favorable to the Hun.
The democrats have staunchly uphold
it. The whole campaign, which is now
bitterly raging from coast to coast now
has its center and vortex in the presi
dent's peace program.
That the decision of tho Vevsailloj
conferences on this question will hava
a far-reaching effect, not only interna
tionally but in American politics, has
increasd a thousand fold the interest in
the sessions in France.
Mast Go To France
San Francisco, Oct. 29. Conscien
tious objectors to war will be sent in
detachments to France to do necessary
agricultural and non-military werk, the
state eouncil of defense announced to
day. .'.'''''; ; , .,'."',' ' '.
It is believed the first detachment
will be on itsway soon. ?.
Hitherto sincere conscientious ob
jactors have been detailed to camp la-
A nvii-iu ihnr. fnnv have been furloushed to
the "friends reconstruction1 nmt" m I ana miserable.
Red Cross work in France. Others have
been used in farm work in this coun
try, at -local wage rates1, but allowed to
retain only a-soldier's pay. the surplus
going to tho Red Cros.
The new policy adopted will open a
greater channel of .""man power, while
it wiH involve no nerecution of men
who are 'sincere ohscien"tionsVibjoei6rs
" STANTOKD' SICHEI. IS DEAD
University of Oregon Eugeno, Oct
31.-Stanford Sichel,- i(f , years old,
member Of 8. A. T. C. and nephew of
lien Selling of Portland, died at -the
infirmary at 4 p. 111. yesterday of pneu
monia, following inf!:;mi.a. His motb
cr, Mrs. Emanuel Sichel, was with, him.
He was taken to the infirmary October
19 and his condition, had. not been;Conf
sidered dangerous, ' '
. WITH THE CANADIANS. ' s
Ottawa, Out., 31. The folio win-
Americans are in the Canadian casual
ty list today; , j v .;'
Ill: L. Kpragite, Lemav, Wash. '
Died! W. Wado, Seattle, Wash. -Died
in hospital: Seaman Allan B.
Stroud, Seattle. Wash.
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