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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY; FEBRUARY 25 1919.
LfWIS REPLIES TO
ATTACKS ON LEAGUE
.A. .V-1 VI "?
7 . I
iir Last t nance
To get shoes at
JS Our REMODELING sale
your snoes wnue
HOME OF QUALITY
WE DO REPAIRING
' Rossdals Notes
(Capital Journul Special Service.)
0. A. lladlcy ami Harry Pearson were
in Portland in C. E, business last Mon
day. Mrs. Mary Moore was recently mar
lied to Mr. Allison of Portland. Bin!
mid her husband visited relatives here
over tlio week end.
E. H. Strand of fialcm visited his
mother, Mrs. B. J. Strand, Kuturdii
'A. M. Blinslon la visit'iHg a few "days
at Lebanon. . .. '-'
C. A. Hadlev and wife assisted in the
community sing at Fuirviow Thursday
Lewif, A. Hartley of Portland visited
at tho home of his son Chester Iladiey
Friday evening of last week,
Mr, and Mrs. Allen a:id two sons of
ftalem visited at the Harden homo Fri
day evening,. . -. ..
Tlio young people of this section had
n social at the homo of Dorothy Cole
lust Saturday evening. :
A community sing was held at the
school liouso Friday night, Refresh
meats were served ttnd all haci it good
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Hurt-is are spending
omo time at. tlio homo of their son, J,
Little Kuth pomhnrton has been b.iv.
ng aa attack of the tonsilitis,, but it
bettor at tho present writing.
Primpects for oil iu the vicinity of
Lebanon and Lneomib aro bo (rood that
!enes are Ibeing signed up with a view
to boring wells,
"Thf child1! he nd and face were almont
t auliil ote. The even perfectly blind.
. IVjctur said the wont cage lie had ever
icen. On mmpttotl). I). D, did won
lift fill work, A complete cure fol
lowed. "Thoi. J. Doiinit ey.Jeniaon, Ala.
Yon write, too, to the 11. D. D. Company ol
Chicago for a inmpte nod net Immediate relief.
Or. rnnie. in and we will tell you what I). U. 1),
leu ftcromplixhed in your own iieiKhborhotid,
J our money back iinlesi the tlrat bottle relieve!
you. aac, euc and $i.oo.
U.:a.iml" ' ikJiiaU'Xt ir nita r
iHL lofloh lbr iMn Disease
J. 0. Perry's
rXhe Plants 11 Close
Because Of Inspection
Eugene, Or,, Feb. 23. Tho six mills
of tlio Oregon Tie & Lumber company
of fid city will be closed on March 1,
tweorctinfr to announcement today of
tho management, until there is a more
tfavornble attitude- on the part of the
ruilrcud administration toward tho tie
flitters of this district More than 150
men will be thrown out of employment.
The mills of the company are located
Rt Wemlling. dtonr Creek, Bollofoun
tivius and Alder, three mills being lo
cated near Bear Creek. In addition the
company operate hewed tie camps at.
ltoMmrg, Wi'four, Oakland, Isadora,
Cottage Urove, Veneta, Bellcfountaine
and Aliher, a nil nil will be closed.1
The reason 'that have made this ae
lion hc-eeswy lie not In the prico re
ceived from the railroad administra
tion, but ,in the- system of inspection
that' throws out '10 per cent of tho out
put, arr-orditifr to the management, al
though the tie .men say they are now
tii'oducing ties that are 4U per eut
tiotter than they produced several
years ago. ,
Musterole Loosens Up Those
Stiff Joints Drives Out Paia
YouH know why thousand tne Mus
terole once you experience the glad re
lief it gives. 1 .
( Get a jar at once from the nearest
!ntg store. It is a clean, white ointment,
inade with the oil of mustard. Better
(han a mustard plaster and does not
blister. Brings ease and comfort while
it it being rubbed on!
Mustuolo la recommended by many
1i?'ors and nurses. Millions of jars are
tistd annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff
reck, asthma, neuralgia, plcurify, rheu-vr-ihm,
lumbago pains and aches of the
Is.-s. k or joints sprains, sore muscles
l) i:i?. chilblains, frosted feet, colds of
the chs't t dt otti-n picwnts pneumonia),
aid f jr? jxiital sue &
closes this week. Get g
the price is low. u
YOU CAN'T BRUSH OB
WASH OUT DANDRUFF
I Thetiiily sure way to get rig of dnn-
:'druff is to dissolve it, then yna destroy
it entirely. To do this, get nlioiit four
Ounces of ordinary liquid nrvran; ap-
' ply it at night when retiring; use
enough to moisten the s. alp and rub it
In gently with the finger tips.
i Do this tonight, and by morning,
most if not all, of your dandruff will
ho gone, and three or four more appli
cations will completely dissolve and en-
tiroly destroy every single sign and
ilrueo of it, no .matter how much dau
jdruff you may have.
Ymi will find, too, that" nil itching
and digging of the scnlip will stop' at
l anee, nnd your hair "will be fluffy, lus
j.trouH, gWssy, silky and soft, ami look
,aad feol a lutiidi-id i-inu-s oetler..
You can gel liquid arvon at any
-drug fitorn. It i inexpensive and ney
'er fails to do the work.
Decision Isi Telephone
' Rat Case Is Distal:
City Attorney Macy and, E, O. flnell-
ing returned last nig'nt from Portland
where they went as representatives of
tho city at tho hearing of the telephone
rate case, w.which has been pending be
fore the Public Service Commission for
several months. Mr. Mncy found tha'
the -prospect of a decision in tho case
.was very remote indeed, for there aro a
number of other towns in Oregon that
ifro up against the1 same problem. The
Commission is confronted with a wngon
iload of eloquent and -persuasive figure?
gathered up by tha, telephone company
from various fields, and all undcrltikuut
to demonstrate that tho telopht.no avs
tern is -operating on a starvation nmr
gin .For insiance, (he figures for Salem
(soem to) show that the operation , of
.the system in the city of Salem J
making a return of less than two peV
cent, and this in the face of tho fact
that within the past eight years the
telephone rates have practically dcub
led and probably the gross business of
the company in this ci'y has nearly
doubled in the- sumo length of time.
It might not be pirlite to question in
any degree the statistics of the com
pany as to earnings and expenses, bin
to tho rank and file of telephone users
the thing will continue to look very
queer until they are 1 'showed. ' the
moro so as 1ho service in Salem has
been criticised in the sharpest language
by some of the larger put runs, and thr
moro also in view of the fact that if
the company's petition for advances
aro granted by the Commission tho
patrons will bo compelled to pay in
omo instances about 50 per cent more
for tho aforesaid service.
Food And Dairy Commissioner
May Get Salary Increase
Dairy and Food Cjimmissioner ,T I).
Micklo will get an increase iu salary,
as the senate today parsed house bill
240 practically without opposition. Ehe
bill increases the dairy nnd feed com
missioner's salary from $-000 to $3000
AiOther bills passed by the senate to
day were as follows!
8. P. 207, by Patterson Providing n
method whereby the Salem Hospital
Association ninv clear the title to its
property by exercising right of emi.i
II, H HH.", by Weeks Providing for
tho use of coin lets for the clearing of
land in the state of Oregon,
.11. B. 207, by Gallagher Appropriat
ing $20,000 for land and drainage in
vestigations. H H. 450, by Boman Appropriating
$2,0110 for the John Jacob Aster ex
periment station. 1 '
If, B, 10!l, by Martin Appropriating
$S00 to reimburse Robert Crawford,
former superintendent of the stata flax
plant, for tho balance of his salary
which was not paid when his connection
with the state flnx plant was severed.
H. 1! 435. by committee en game-
Providing relief for Mrs, Oertrnd"
Denny, who with her husband introduc
ed tho China pheasant in this stntc, in
the form of a pension of 50 a month to
be paid from the state game fund.
H. It. 370. by HiillnghProvidiiig for
assessment of minerals and oils separ
ately from tliB real estate,
II. It "70, by Martin Relating to
election as to dower, curtesy and un
divided, one-third of decendent's es
tato. If. B. 451, by Bolton Fixing the
compensation for tho justice of the
peace at The Dalles. j
. 1 ' i
An election will be. held at I.a Ccn-j
tor on March I to determine whether
the district ah all lie ihomted for $0000 ,
t i buiid an annex to the present school 1
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Declares Monroa Doctrine
WO Be StrerJiepd Rath
er IJian Vio lated.
By L. O. Martin
(United Press staff correspondent)
Washington, Feb. ZZ Opposition to
the league of nations "is a personal
and political attack on President Wil
son, made by men who have nothing tc
offer in plneo of the plan they assail,"
Senator Lewis, democratic whip, declar
ed today in a speech to the senate open
i. g tho defense of the league plan.
In reply to tho specific, objections
rained against the league plan, Lewif
said: - . , ' , i,!,i!J
"It is asserted by the opposition that
it violates the principles of the Monroe
doctrine, which guarf.iiteis the coun
tries of South and Cenirni ji-scrica
from aggression bv European csnntrics.
Section, Ten bopla With This
"It was to prevent this very assump
tion that section ten .of tlio chartei
pledged atl of the governments ii the
league to resist aggression on any state
or government. The words of this sec
tion ten tiro taken from the spirit of
the resolution passed by tlio Hague
peace confereueo in 1907, resolving to
preserve the Monroe doctrine in any
treaty of, or alliance of world nations
for world peaco." j
Lewis said that tho fear Europe will
out-veto America is groundless, sine-; j
with tho eleven American Republics!
li ied up together the nations of this j
continent could out-voto Europe nine to
five on any. American policy.'1
. I stead of Oreat Britain and het
colonies working against tho United
States, Lewis said the colonies at least
would, vote with this country on Jap
anese naturalisation or kindred sub
jects nnd England, he asserted, would
not oppose her colonial children. -'
''The document on its face rcfutos
every attack," said Lewis.
"Now, I protest ngni.'st our oppon
eats assuming to create the political
insuo by crying 'nationalism' agu-iftftt
tho object of, tho league. I oppose
tlu-ir design in trying to convinca the
American pooplo that the spirit of do
mocnicy 'was against nationalism of
America for internationalism of tho
Head or chest
aro best treated
. "externally" with
"YOUR BODYGUARD" -.30!'. eO.'.'fi.S:
WANTS EXTRA SESSION
Washington, Fob. 25. Democratic
leaders in the house want President
Wilson to call nn extra session of con
gr,ess within 30 days after the efld of
the present session March 4.
Necessity for outlining a- permanent
merchant marine policy will be one of
the first arguments.
Others will bo necessity for perman
ent railroad legislation and impossibil
ity of pnssi.sg adequate army legisla
tion in tho week remaining of this ses
Almost any man will tell you
that Sloan's . Liniment
For practically every man has used
it who has sulicrcd from rheumatic
aches, soreness of muscles, stiffness of
joints, the results of weather exposure
Women, too, by the hundreds of
thousands, use it for relieving neuritis,
lame backs, neuralgia, sick headache.
Clean, refreshing, soothing, economical,
quickly effective. Say "Sloan's Lini
ment" to your druggist. Get it today.
.nm, ooo, fi.ai
(Capital Journal spoeial service.)
C'iuverdaltf, Feb, 85, Johnnie Mor
ris, oldest ton of Joseph Morris, joined
the navy, leaving here last tveunesday
for Marc Island.
Mr. Looney and family moved to
Molalla Inst Thursdiy.
Mrs. J. Morris, Mrs. John Thomas'
mother is very sick and her ninny j
frier. ds will bo sorry to hear that in-'
stead of improvi . She seems to be;
much worse. Mrs. Simmons, her daugh j
ter living near Silverton was over to '
see her a few davs last week. I
Friends of Louis Hennis are pleased
to hear that he is getting so much bet
L. E. Hennu made a business trip to
Mr. und Mrs. Clifford Hadley left
here Thursday mor ting after a two
weeks visit with Mr. Harley's mothei
for Washington where they win visit
with Mrs. iladley'g sister for n short
timo before locating in Portland where
Mr. H. dby takes a. clerical portion.
M. Townscnd lias rented tho Oniart
plneo for its pasture again this rear.
Elmer Hennis from a training camp
in Wyoiid ff came home on a furlough
trtaturday. Elmer has been in the army
for about two years now and this ia his
fi'st ii-dt home.
Auspices Mother's Club Benefit home-coming celebration Company M and Willamette Valley Soldiers,
Sailors and Mar'nes. Armory ticket office open for reserved seat sale, March 3rd, 4th and 5th at 9 a. m.
JOOTTO II. KAHN,
' CLARENCE H. MACKAY
JOHN D. EOCKENFELLER, JE
"' OIIAELE3 H. SABIN
vM. K. VANDERBILT
GEORGE W. WICKERSHAM
mt4 rtnrisa,riirii msiwiliilifi nn nnaf- 'it (mitfWi'ttmk-MM
A smoother crook
Red Cross Special Li
Liberty lonn legislation reported to
tho house Hnturday provides for the
establishment of a sinking fund for
the retirement of government war
bonds within 5 years
DON'T TJS3 CURLING IRONI
HERE'S A BETTE3 METHOD
Thousands of ruined heads of hair
bear striking testimony to tho injuri
ous effects J)f thj heated curling iron.
Ths cnntinut'jjaifttf'e such instrument
invambiy .fn-ifcr ifhlli dry, shriveled
hair, with lijfjtt'jlteti, uneven ends.
if more, f-!j rhtv' knew it, the
hair can l)o"ipt Wafltifulfy wavy,
soft and fluffy Vithont any' harmful
result whatever -by the occasional 'o0
of plain liquid siimerine. A small quan
tity is applied before doing up tho hair,
using a clean toothbrush for the pur
pose, drawing this down the full length
of tho hair. Tho curly effect is quickly
acquired Bud last quite a eonsidorable
time. It is So natural looking, and the
texture and lustre Of the hair ore so
improved, that the woman who adopts
this simple method will never go back
to the atrocious waving iron. A few
ounces of liquid siimerine from the
druggist will last for weeks. The liquid
is agreeable to use, nnd it leaves no
gummy, greasy or odorous trace.
Entire Proceeds of
goes to Mothers Club fund as the total expense of bringing this
band to Salem has been paid by 70 Salem business and : prof essional men
Siipermen Are Busy "
Fixing Yanks Shoes
Coblenz, Feb. 2. (By Mail.) From
fighting American soldiers in tho Ar
gonno to voluntarily repairing shoes for
theso same Americans is a long jump.
Several, score discharged German sol
diers have mado it.
Iu their withdrawal from the Rhine
the German armv left behind about
80,000 pounds of shoo leather, nnd a
large quantity of shoo machinery. Maj.
Lewis Landes of the salvago department
conceived tho idea of using the leath
er and mahcinery to repair tho foot
gear of tho troops in tho occupied ter
ritory, thereby 'aving tho shippine
spf.ee necessary to ship tho shoes to
Franco and back again. 8o he set up
a big repair shop with about 100 Ger
man employes hiyed iu Coblenz. AbouJ
half of theso aro demobilized soldierj
who were glad to get work, even at re
pairing tho shoes of their enemies.
Tho King-Smith department store at
Sheridan has passed into the hands of
the Miller Mercantile company of.Mc
Miunvillo. Agitation has begun at Hood River
for tho annexation of the Mosier fruit
district, now part of Wasco county, to
Hood River county.
Eighty thousand acres of land lyt Ig
cast and cprthcast of Bend have been
withdrawn by the government from
Tho senate has passed a bill author
izing discharged men to retain their
uniforms and allowing them 5 cents a
mile for travel to their homes.
Leader Of French Army Band
Siraiffht From Tk Frost-
With everything subsetvient to patriot
ism, really good band music has become
a rarity even at fairs and exhibitions
during the past two years. Musicians
had to fight like other men. There
has been no time for artistry; poet and
mechanic alike have felt the pull of
civic duty and marched away. or the
past two years there has been a dearth
of the good bands which formerly
toured the country. War churned these
organizations as it has claimed much
that has hitherto been held indispen
sablo ia the communal life. Therefore
wo hail the coming of Captain Fernand
Pollain and his French Army Veterans
as both a musical treat and patriotic
event. - - .
' As these men were sent over by the
French goverancnt to help us in war
activities now that peace has come, no
little interest attaches to their coming
to Salem Armory on March 5th. Cap
tain Pollain, up to a few months ago.
has been giving some of these sanle
soldier-musicians military orders in the
fijdd and only when too severely wound-
M n M
jJuLil4li cJ Li
Colds, Coughs, Croup and Catarrh Re
lieved in Two Minutes
Is your throat sore? ,
-Have , you catarrh?
Have you a cough
' Have you a cold?
Hyomei is tho one treatment for all
nose, throat and lung troubles. It docs
not con-tain any cocaine or morphine
and all that is necessary is to breatho
it through the little pocket inhaler
that ciomes with each outfit.
A complete outfit costs but little at
druggists everywhere and nt D. J.
Fry's and Hyomoi is guaranteed to
banish catarrh, croup, coughs, colds,
sore throat nnd bronchitis or money
back. A Hyomei inhaler lasts a life-'
time and extra bottles of Hyomei can
bo obtained from druggists.
ed to bo of further service ai tne front
did ho consent to como to America as
conductor pf the French Army Band
vctorans. Most of the men with him
have been wounded in astion and carry
scrvico stripes as well as musical dipo
mas. Each man. past master of his own
particular instrument the French Army
Bund veterans excel over all other mil
itary bands, and in addition, every
member is not only a fine musician but
Their music isn't moso crashing of
trumpet and cymbal. Like the perfect
ly blending tones of a great organ, the
effect of their ensemble of unusual in
strumentation is rich and beautiful in
tone, and replete with delicacy of feel
ing. In their rendition of martial music
there is shading and depth of a kind
that ordinary bands do not posses, for
tho French Army Band is France's best,
and intense patriotism is to them a
thing not only felt bue expressed in
THE HEROIC SACRIFICES
Never in the world 'g history has any
nation over savrificed so heroically of
its Mood and treasure than has France
in the present world conflict. Her
great peasant population, have suffered
and ibled for democracy with undying
fortitude. America also owes these peo
ple a great , dilbt of gratitude for a per
fect remedy for stomach, liver and in
testinal disorders which it is reported
has already saved many American
liveg and prevented thousands of sur
gical operations; Geo. H. Slayr, for
years a leading Chicago chemist, im
ports and stdls it in this country un
der -the name of Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy. It is a simpl-.-, harmless prep
aration that removes the catarrhal mu
cus from the intestinal tract and al
lays the inflammation which causes
practically all g;omach. liver and in
testinal ailments, including sppendici
tis. One dose will convince or mosey
refunded. J. O. Perry, Crpital Drug
Store, and drugMsts everywhere.
their playing. Several noted soloists
of tho Pu-ris Conservatoire appear at
each concert in solo numbers. The prof
its of tho present tour go to tho Foyer
du Soldat, the French Y, M. C. A.
- Following are the names of the 70
men paying the expenses of the under
taking: Adolph Bros, Chas. Archord.
C. P. Bishop, R. P, Boise, Dr. Bol
iinger, W. L. Busick, Barnes Cash.
Russell Catlin, Chambers & Chambers.
C. B. Clancey, Frank J. Chapman, E. C.
Cross & Son.
Frank Deckcbsi-ch, Elmor Daue. -Dr.
Eppley, David Eyre, h'. B. El
liott. P. E. Fullcrton, Dr. E. E. Fisher.
Irwin Griffith, Wm. GahUdorf, Gard
ner & Keene, W. P. George, P. K. Grab
ir, Gleason Glovo Co.
Hartman Bros.:, Wm. Hamilton, C. S.
Hamilton, Geo. Halverson.
Kafoury Bros., Tiios. Kay Woolon
The Bootery, (Littler), T.A. Livesley.
Ladd & Bush Bank.
H. W. Movers. OlivprMnvora ft Milla
Ivan Martin, Wm.-McGilch.rist, Jr, W.
vv. moore, ui. w. U. Morse.
Dr. 0. A. Olson.
0. E. Price. Rnht. f! Pm,l,, p., ;!,,.
Parker, Chas. A. Park.
rotli grocery Company, Mr. Rickmatt
(C. C. B.), Carl'Ruef, Z. J. Riggs.
U. G. Shinlev Co.. R. O fwn;,,tr fl
Spa, (Myers), Salem Hardware Com
pany. 0. J. Staler. W T 8t,W wt
Shipp Coniporey, F. W. Schmidt, HtousI-
oil cros., nemert JU Btiff, Gideon
cttoitz, bpaulding Logging Company,
Salem Auto Company.
Vick Bros. 4 .
Roy Wise, (Capitol City Bakery), C.
B. Webb, Wellcr Bros., Geo Waters, W,
Entire proceeds of this concert goes
to Mothers' Olnh tA f- ,i. !.
coming celebration of soldiers, sailors
Do ycu realize the
that of your
No Advance in Prices
TODAY and TOMORROW