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Published Every Evening Except Sunday, Salem, Oregon.
Address All Communieationg To
136 S. Commercial St.
Daily, by Carrier, per year $5.00 Tor Month...
Daily by Mail, per year .?. 3.00 Per Month-
FULL L BASED VVIRK TJSLUORAl'lI REPORT
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W. H. Stockwell, Chicago, People's Gas Building
The Dcily Capital Journal carrier boys are instructed to pttt the papers on the
porch. If tho carrier docs not do this, misses you, or neglects getting the paper
to you on time, kindly phone the circulation manager, as this is the only way
we can determine whether or not the carriers are following instructions. Pnone
81 beforo 7:30 o'clock and a paper will be sent you bypcciul messenger if the
carrier has missed you. .
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Is the only newspaper in Salem whose circulation is guaranteed by the .
Audit Bureau Of Circulations
DREAMS OF CONQUEST END WHERE THEY
The war is over.
': German envoys signed the armistice this morning,
which means that they surrendered to the armies in the
: Beginning a week ago it became apparent to any
well informed observer that Foch's strategy had won.
He had made the Germans stand and fight until the line
was so thin it could.hold no longer. It begun to crumble
a week ago as the allied forces pressed steadily against
the weakened front. The German military leaders knew
weeks ago what would inevitably happen in due course
of time and so informed the rulers of the empire. That
was the cause of thejast desperate drive for peace.
Then Bulgaria surrendered, and Turkey followed,
Austria-Hungary collapsing in turn. The entire eastern
front of Germany was exposed. ; .
. . The internal troubles that marked the disintegration
of Austro-Hungary were breaking out in every, part of
Germany. Jhe people realized the hopelessness1' of the
struggle; they were for peace at any price. ;
It is fitting that the great .war virtually ended with
the capture of Sedan by the Americans. That was where
the great idea of a world-conquering Germany had its
conception. It might have been a mere coincidence that
these dreams of conquest also ended where they began.
But there are some people who will see in this second
capture of Sedan the hand of Providence guiding the
destiny of mankind.
AN ERA OF POLITICS COMING.
The Capital Journal brought the first news of the
end of the war to Salem. The United Press beat the As
sociated Press with the greatest news the wires ever car
ried and in a few moments a Capital Journal extra was
on the streets. They were sold by thousands to an ex
cited happy populace.
The U. S. forestry department makes the suggestion
that carbon copies of answers to letters be made on the
back of the letter answered It has' been tried in the de
partment, and the saving not only in paper but in filing
space and trouble is said to justify the experiment.
The firm of "Me and Gott" has gone into involun
tary bankruptcy. The assets are of little intrinsic value
and liabilities of great magnitude.
There must be almost a million people residing in the
Salem territory. We base this estimate on the number
of phone calls today asking if the war was ended.
And we won the war in just half the time the Prus
sian military experts said it would take us to get readv to
fight. " -
day. ' He came home punctually at
about ten-thirty, and aside from ask
ing low he wag getting along, had not
no need of hurrying away. Mandel had
one night remarked that it was a pity
to go way up-town and then back again.
Brian decided that it WAS a pity, and
alsn unnecessary. He would stay down oreans.
t0 dinner the nights he took his lessons, This being true, it is easy to believe
OLD AGE STARTS
WITH YOUR KIDNEYS
Science says that old age begins
with weakened kidneys and digestive
and then go home earlier.
He mentioned tho subject to Ruth.
that bv kceiiine the kidneys and digest
ive organs cleansed and in proper work-
I ean get a snack, Ruth, then havehng order old age caa be deferred and
i i ... i a -j-..!!;.. nHtlniinnj fni Viavnn.1 that eniOv.
my lesson early and get home at sine
instead of after ten."
Ruth had acquiesced, as she usually
did in anything Brian proposed that
Somcwav, she happened to mention vanc.ng years, it is a
vf t..... nils thnt tiio wn home remedy and needs to mtrodue-
life prolonged far beyond that enjoy;
cct by the average person.
For over 200 years GOLD MEDAL
Haarleni Oil lias been relieving the
weaknesses and disability due to ad-
tion. GOfcD MEDAL Haarlem- Oil is in-
elosed in odorless, tasteless, capsules
containing about 5 drops each. Take
Germanv beeun to dream of conauest at Sedan. And
she had a rude awakening on the same historical spot. -
"And the Star Spangled Banner still waves !
the next Tuesday night that there was!
no need of hurrying away. Maidel had
told her sho needn't stay altho-there)
was imporranr wor ro uo-occauso su ,d u Hh gmall
n- a .Inn. Hn nt nn Hji7Pii unnn Thp .... o .
fact and asked her to dine with him.
"If yon will, I shall accept your of
fer to remain until seven. If not, I
can't allow you to do so," he had said
so kindly that Ruth had agreed to take
dinner with him after they had finished
the work in hand.
To Be Continued.
swallow . of water. The oil stimulate
the kidney action and enables the or
eans to throw off tho poison, which
'cause premature old age. New life and
I strength increase as you continue the
treatment. When completely restored
continue taking a capsule or two each
day. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap
sules will keep you in health and vigor
and prevent a return of the disease.
Do not wait until old age or disease
have settled down for good. Go to your
druggist and get a box of GOLD MED
AL Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money re
funded if they do not help you. Three
sizes. But remember to oak for the
original imported GOLD MEDAL
brand. In sealed packages.
HAZEL GREEN NOTES .
the Peter Williamson home. They ex
pect to locato in Oregon.
Word has been received from Chas.
Zeilinski in France that ho was re
cently shot in the foot.
J. E. Wilson and son, O. C, left Sun
day evening for Eastern Oregon where
they will work on the M. L. Jones
Wm. A. Dunigan reached Camp Mills
on October 21 and is expecting soon to
W. W. Lander and wife, Arthur Land
er and F. Fisher spent Wednesday at
G. G. Looney'g in company with the
The school has kept open with a
small attendance -and Sunday services
are held as usual at the U. B. church.
tMMMMjof that exnended on the home, liis
smoking, and carfare, was spent with'
Mollie King, or in some way to bo I
I ; with her, she might not have been so
gonerons in her impulses.
Brian had gouo regularly twice a'
week for his lessons Tuesday and Fri-1
By JANE PHELPS T
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AETHTJE MANDEL KNOWS ABOUT
BRIAN'S EVENINGS WITH MOLLIE
The result of the election gives the republicans con
trol of the lowoer house.
This was due to many things, the principal among
these being the fact that the republican congressional
candidates got the most votes.
Of course, there may have been many causes why the
republicans voted so strongly for their candidates, but
these are of no especial interest since the expected has
happened. , President Wilson made almost a new record
in holding'political control of congress for six years.
Generally, for many years past, congress and the nation
al administration have been at variance. Democrats con
trolled congress, especially the lower house, year after
year when they could not elect a president. "
There will be an era of politics following the war.
There will be real questions of grave public interest to
be decided. Government ownership of railroads, financ
ing of the great war debt, adjustment of wages and work
ing conditions, and the foreign policy to be pursued, now
that the United States is the greatest of world powers.
1 None of us will ever live to see any more war; unless
an immaterial clash of small powers, but we are due to see
a great deal of politics and to be actors in the drama as
members of one or the other of the great contending po
The fact that the lower house differs politically from
the president makes a splendid basis for the politicians
to work on. . It means a deadlock on the more important
questions of political legislation, and each side may go
before the public and charge the other with holding up
legislation of vital advantage to the nation, or of at
tempting to enact legislation of a vicious character, lack
ing only the full power to do so.
A divided administration is a guarantee of the be
ginning of a live political era.
LADD & BUSH, Bankers
arc receiving subscriptions now
, By Jane Phelps.
Kenyoa Roberts had not been tho on
ly ouo who had seen Brian going to
ward the Squnro with parcels under his
nrm; but while Konyon had not in
vestigated where he was taking them,
Arthur Mandol had.
It all cnmo about through an acci
dent. One night whtic Jtuith wni away,
Mandel was in the locality of Brian's
office. ' He saw him come out, and
thinking he would like to know if he
Brian vvero taking' thnt girl out again,
he followed him for a block or two.
He saw him stop and buy fruit anutkcu
go into a butcher shop and coiutt out
with a brown papor parcel. To Man
den 'h amazement ho walked directly to
one of tho shabby . houses near tho
Sijuure aud disappeared.
With a slow whistlo pursing his lips,
Mandel turned and wont about his busi
ness, but joyftilly. Surely Ruth musj
soon find out that Brian was unfaith
ful, lie oX course crediting Brian with
doiug far more than ho hud; and of be
ing iu love with Mollio, and not with
Arthur Mandel, with his disposition,
could not conceive of caring for u
woman like Ruth, and yet being tempt
dd to hurt her because, of loneliness, or
because of a liking he might feel for u
woman, so much her opposito as was
lie was not the sort of mnu who car
ried tales; yet ho sorely r longcii for
Huth to know what he suspected as
truth. The lunger she was with lain,
the more ho saw of her, the more iu
love hud he become. It seemed at times
that ho could not live without hor, that,
she must belong to him. Yet instinct
ively he knew that to make the slight
est advance would be t6 lose her alto
gether, liven to lose her from the
store, did she so much us mistrust his
'feeling, ho knew was u probability. Tet
day after day it bornmc harder to hide
the love ho had for her, the desire to
try and make her return it.
"1 know I could imike her care if 1
could try," ho would often mutter to
himself. Yet ho dated not try.
Ruth had no slightest idea that sho
was more to her employer than any of
tho other clerks, except as her work
made her perhaps a moro vnlu.ablo as
set to the firm. She gavo herself
whole-heartedly to her work, never
slighting anything, never asking favors,
or presuming in any way because she
had found she was necessary. Arthur
Mnudol was not unaware of this and he
thought the more of her because of it.
"There never was another like her,"
he snid, one day, after she left some
finished plans for him to consider.
"What is Hint fool husband of hors
thinking of to neglect such a woman"
That Brian did not call it neglect,
that he felt perfectly justified because
of what ho considered negiect or htm,
would have surprised Mandel. Had he
known that, Huth paid most of the ex
penses of the living, so that Brian
would feel ho could use his money for
what he liked, would have surprised him
Ruth had paid the rout ever since
they took tho new ami larger apart
ment. She hnd paid it in advance, and
then as it came duo had stopped on her
way home mid paid the agent. She ex
plained to Brian that, as she had to go
right by his office, it -would be foolish
lor huu (Unnn) to make a trip up there
purposely to pay it. After tho second
month it had not been mentioned; but
Ruth went right on paying. Sho also
paid Rachel, lirian looked over tho
grocery und meat bills, and paid .those
as well as the gas and electric light.
I'.ut often Ruth brought iu a roast or a
chicken, fruit, etc., so the bills were
small. She wag determined that Brian
should not feel embarrassed because he
had Ho money in his pockets. Had sho
known that almost every cent outside
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Hazel Green, Nov. 7. Mr., and Mrs
Gcorgo Zeilinski outoed to Stayton go over.
Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. F. Hasclbachcr is home again
Merle Chapman returned to his naval from Turner. i
training eanip at Seattle Tuesday. Misses Dovey and Eula Rhodes were
Elroy Kirkpatrick of Salem visited; up from Portland Sunday to visit their
his sister, Mrs. W. G. Davis last week. ' parents.
MiBg Viola Wilson spent from Tues- Mr. and Mrs. M. Huffman and chil
day till Friday in Portland last week dren of Oregon City spent Sunday at
with friends. ;tho homo of W. G. Davis. "
M. L. Jones returned from a trip to The Hazel Groen Juniors spent Sun
Eastern Oregon Sunday. jday at the parsonage.
Mr. and. Mrs. John Hermon and two Mrs. Mabel Fawcctt from Gold Jtttin,
children from Mott, N. Dak., arrived. Wash., is visitinghcr parents, Mr. and
here last Saturday and are visiting at Mrs. Fred tihapman. - 4
Relief from Eczema
Don't worry about eczema or other
skin troubles. You caa have a clear,
healthy skin by using a little xemo,
obtained at any drug store for 35c, or
extra large bottle at $1.00.
Zemo generally removes pimples, black
heads, blotches, eczema, and ringworm
and makes the skin clear and healthy.
Zemo is a dean, penetrating, antiseptic
liquid, neither sticky nor greasy and stains
nothing. It is easily applied and costs a
mere trifle for each application. It it
always dependable. , ,
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