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TUE DAIH CAM I Al. JOURNAL. SALEM. OkkGON. MONDAY. APRIL 7. 1919.
M iSx 6 Bell-ans
w 4j Hot water
"XPi Surs Reiief
CH SCHOOL GRAH1ED
jSOOHD OF SHELLS GETS
Sakn Boy Writes Of Work Of
Engineers la Last Of Big
Salsa Institiiiioa Oae Cf 181
la Oregon Accepted By
The Url Dodger
"The sound ef shed pi k aaa's
It thus that tVrrersI Jcha H
;Pltnk of Co. H, 4th nf lasers, write
his father, John N. PianV. Aid Cor
porad I'hnk should kaev he wae
right there, and whit wm: at en
gineer, had alt eort ef experiences
with shells and heard eneuxt of then
to know that the found of akoll real
It did get a mio'i gat. H writes an
dor date of llarch 3, J919, frcss Leien
"On tho a fht at fer Ee
19H, wo rolled up oar pa j and start
ed on a hike. W bad orders to make
our jmckt w sould tire tkea
il.v nd quickly, retaiainj car iron ra
tions. " Wo knew we were tiag saies-
where near the front line and that
was all. V started that erasing hik
ed until I o'clock, thea dropped our
roll and rested until 8:30, and all
thii time troops wers vassine u slos-
appiie:.tion re-. er and elisor to the front. I
"At 2-.MI o'clock s barrage starled
ml r.ll the guns in the world fa-van
f ; riia. ii rounded (ika at that time.
V. o moved on anil went into a trench
and finally earuc out a a trail and
Corvnllis, L:; Grande, Klamath Falls, (worn told to go to work.
Mitrslificld, Mel.l iiinviMo, Mi-di'urd, Ore-) "All thia timo the guns on our side
Hoti lity, Knlcm, Tin- Duties and tho I sending over their barrage sad
following liie;h lelioiU from Cortland: -"' s,r seemed ao full of shells I
Franklin, J :t .11 1 - John, Jefferson snd !'""''' think they would rua into each
One of the most important confer
ences hold in connection with tho In'aud
i Empire Teachers association, which met
at Spokane last week, was tho North
wen t Association of Secondary and
Higher schools. The commission on ac
crediting was in session fur three davs
and passed upon nil
eeivi-d from the four northwest states.
Oregon, Washington, .Montana anJ Ha-
Tli- following high schools woro ac-
-". 1 lT lis, . '
: I ho.
I i rcdilcil in Oregon )iy the commission:
I AII.jiiiv, Ashland, Astoria. Maker. Hond.
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IT'S A JAM-UP GOOD SHOW
llin Imuse, or vlolhea. er feed;
W! )lutocrutic In u ds redina
Hem nth our glint 'uiujr e,
Auil all the joys of earth are ours
I'rav, who will jny the tmf
a' 3( DWS-XM'J- COVU1S
HAI F THI P IY)U CHII t,Dl. M
L,,,t. -WEEK TO BE HELP DAILY
(Menger At Traps KocnDay Union Meclings To
m Held In Oregon Theatre
l'ortluud, Or., April 7. Frunk M.
Triieli, holder of the llereuli's ull uiouiid
sniHteur i'liuiii)inHslii; tiopliy, defeated
lux elmlluiiKor, t'liuries r.cita, at the
Kvciilinu puik tn.ps of the l'ortluud
(inn clul yi'Hlcrduv ul'lel nuiiu I. y (im
taiitet. Troeh alaitteriiiK 1"t to l.elth'H
17.1 clay pi((eiiii. The events in tho
slinid for the ilei cules ull round Ulna
tear tiopliy mil for "U tuicta shot ut
In yaiils, M tuiKets nhut ut JU yards, 5U
luiltets Nhol nl viiiiIh and L'j pairs ol
Troih ljr()k til out of ."U linnets from
tin" 18 -yard line, while l.eitli luitfHi'd 4"i
. I.ocli IcadiiiK lv four targets. Troeh
nhnttered 4"i liinU from the 2U yard
lifie to l.eith s 44, leudin( hy one tar
(. Miiiuiiiiif from the 'J'J yard line, a
vi-r- hea Immlicap, Troeh brought
ili. u l,"j clay piueuns, while Leith liroko
When (he champion r,ud clinlleiijrei
titepiiod out to the tinps to Iuiiik uwuv
nl the !J.i pairs of donliles, Troeh was
JiMilinjt the race, UK to 1.1- turitets,
l.eitli, who recently eipiaJed the
world's record fur shouting 1UII douljlas
--!iced Hlpclilll to Troeh Vcitelduy ill
the I'.'i uniis of ilirulile culled fur on
the Hercules trophy, the Woudburu
1r:iphut scoring. A,l to Troeh 'a 37, lint
lot, tho match hy the one tariet, the
Jut ii.-r wliiniiii 170 to K.T.
REVERIES Or A BOLSEIIVIK
AVI.in nil the tralu. are I'nele Sam
And nil the tracks are hi,.
When I'm le .-'aiii owes nil the tnilJj,
And nil the (it In r " till "j
When nl the ;foie.!s Mini the inines,
And tivh, and low!, and
And all the st renins lin.l walertalls
Are in our l"i , ie's rurne;
Wi'ii a'l lite iio and ttircloi. too,
And niiip" mid mntur limit-, .
A i l all the fiiiins arc ."aimicl's nli,
Willi cuttle, ah, ,', am! (j".ili
AVh.'ii :ill tho unrdi r, oi,-lmi,l, j; n
And pntiirc, hill and dale,
lliive pnii to I'm le Snni ' d,,u:aiii,
Almi with eolfon I ale.
V !ien Iiiimi Ijalj anicw inid lunxie shown
And llicilciit us well,
Jli.e put their tickets 'iiimiif thej
Services for I'linsien week - the week
iiroocdiiijf Kustcr t uiiday- will be in
the form of union services to be held
at noon cm li day at the On-gun theatre.
This was decided upon nt the noon dny
nioiilinjf uf the (Snl Minister's Asso
iiiation. A layinun will preside nt each
of the nicotinics, mwUted by one of the
pastors from tho fuleni Minister's Asso
ciation. Hjicclal music, including the
best soloists in the city, will be prepar
ed fur each service, and will bo undei
the direction of Nov. H. N. Aldiiih
and liov. Jf. ('. Irt'ovcr.
Ju order to eonibat the efforts of the
breweries and sit loon men, rifolutiocs
were paused todav nppuiutiiiK the Rev.
Ceo. l- Hull ,id the Hey. K. N. Ham
iniiinl as a in mm it t it- to coopeinte with
Secretaiy Coiiiptou of the V. VI. I'. A.
in cireuliiiiiiK s'titiotis, bnckini;' up
the pruliibitiun amcudiueut.
The ministers endorsed the woik of
the Dromon lliiinnue society nnd what
tli society intends to do through the
secretary, Mrs. K. W. e-wanton. llu
mane Holiday is Scheduled for April "7
and it is probable sermons will be
preached . in the city tollnio of the
wink of this society. Dr. (ieuriio V.
Unit was appointed as a committee of
one t' !irri!ei;e nt some mar eato n
Hioelinir of uiinisteis to lie nddic.wcd
by sniiio rejiroscntutive-of-labor.
At todav s ineotiii1' tho fullowiiiir of
fieers uf tho Salem Ministers ntu-iiciti
lion were elected, President Hoc (1. I,,
liiiiell of the Cottuec street Kvaiiirel-
ieul chuich; vice pienidout, Kev. K.
('. Kaiituer of the First t'onniepit iuual
church; secretuiy tieanuier. Ke. 11. N
Aldriclis uf the i.oslie M. K. cliiinh.
At a prno.mm cuiumitti-e for the en
,ii'i y,nr. the f uif; were appoint
ed: Kev II. I'. Mover of the Centra!
Coii(iiey'it iimal church, liov. Chss. Cow
ell of M, Caul's Fpiscopul chuich and
the Itov. II. N. Aldiiihs of the l.rshe
Nf. K. church
V.tisliinjfton.. I-our other hiyh schools
of Ori-uon will meet the reiiiiiroments
but their reportH had to bo returned for
.I'ldition.il ii fom.itinn. Tin-so reports
will bo passed upon diniii); the next 30
days. Of the four northwestern sUtoa,
Oregon had the larircst list of hirfh
si noo s mat were tullv nccicdited.
EuKlish Course Outlined.
Another imp,, Hunt emiferenen wm
that of the coum il of Kiifrlish. This
connell adoiled n list of minimum ea
sentiuls in the mailer of ifiainmar. die-
i turn, ap-lliiiK, puiieliiation nnd ineelmn
lies for each of the. four years of tho
I standard hih m hool. A paniphlet will
Do published by the council and copioa
will be furnished the FiikIisIi tencher
of each -f tho four slates. Tho F.noHsli
touchers will be requested to tost out
the worth of those requirements during
the net your and report at tho noit
session of the Inland Kmpire Tem-liers
hsocnmoii, wnich will be hold in Spo
kanc Anril, 11)20. At the next confer
once it is believed Unit llnoiieh tho re
ports which eoiuo from the Kniflisli
teachers, a course of study will bo
udoptod for use in the four northwest
Federal BUI Discussed.
Tho principal speaker at tho Roiieral
association wns Itr. (ioorrje 1). Btrnyer,
of Coliimbin Vniversity, New York Citr
Dr. htrayer is chairman of the coinnus
sion on the national emoijjoncy program
in i-uiicniion ami preSulont or tno Na
tion Kdiiration associslion. The princl
pie aiiiness wns on the federal eduea
tioual bill. Ho showed the neoess.tv of
eniuririuK; our educnlional proirram and
ninkinif it a matter of national interest
as eviilenrod by the facts brought out
in inn army tests. In speaking of tho
necessity of ini,kiuK this a national
problem he anid that it wns a matter
of education nnd orKsuintion and in
this connection he made the statement
that Oregon was the best nrgnni'od
state eiliicr.tionnlly of any state in the
Vniun. When Dr. Ntrayor and his com
mittee wont to Washington to confer
with tho senators and representatives,
they found that Hie members of the
Orison delegation wore fully informed
in ri-Kui'd to tho educational bill and
that they know the sentiment in every
section 0f Oreuoii was in favor of the
Cabinet Member Sought.
This measure proposes n department
of education ill tho president's cabinet,
with an annual appropriation of $100.
UOU.immi. This appiopriatiim is to bo di
vided uniniiif five difforont phnsea of
work ns follows: llemoval of illitoiT.ey.
Auiiiii'iiiii.iulr of einitrrnuts, oiiuuli.a
tion of odticntioual opportunities, physi
cal health education and Improvement
of teacher preparation. AeeonliiiK to
the provisions of the bill Oregon ' allot
ment would be S.-i7,!"iK7.67.
II. F. Cr.rleton, of the department of
education, states that so far its his ob
servation went, the educators were ton
orally in favor of the measure. The
National F.ducntion association will
mr.ke a systematic effort for the pass
age of the bill at Hie next session of
other. It m do a continual whine
"At fi oVtnek the infantry earn up
and formed into skirmiih line and
went over the top. Hv that tune Frits
wn sending over a few shells but they
did not buthi-r us much for onr Ruus
niuilo so much noise that we t-ould not
"Wo worked ull fhut day and iiiht
until o clock. Frita dropped a shell
or two pretty close and gut a mule or
two and a couple uf men. About
o'clock we moved up rlti-r and :art
ed to work on the road agsia. Kneuiv
prisoners began coming in aUout this
time and we minis them carry our
wounded and their machine fun.
Gang after gang came ia suldiaj tksir
hnnils above their heads.
"All this time the machine nuns
were on our tail and bi'kind them the
one pounders and this the 73 V and
behind the 7Vj came the lo.'i's howitz
ers and then the long lj-j's riflss for
"Wo finished our part of tha road
by o 'slock that day md ot our ar
tillery over it on schedule or ea bet
ter time. Afterwurds, we found that
the road was ever hill X. 'Wt and
we started on the Ai(uaseMeiise
drive, the List drive hefora the iwsm
tiee was signed.
"I'll sure jay we worked fer those
20 days, night and day, VVs had breuk
fast ix-fnre daylight sad supper after
dark. The wind was a fright and it
rained almost every day after the
drive started. I jot sick of raunrd
"beef nnd hard tack so that I could not
eat for five days. Finally the doctor
sent me back tu the tool wagons for
a few days to change my diet. But I
went back to the company n morn
ing before I saw the doctor as I got
tired of laying around the wagons
when the rest of the fellowj were up
in the woods putting up wire entangle
ments and repairing roads.
"Wo are now building stables for
t!.e artillery and some of the men arc
supervising road work and working the
Germans. The Hciuiea only get five
marks a day mid at the present rate
of exchuugo it takes eight marks to
make one of our dollars."
We are showing the largest line of new Spring footwear ever shown in Salem
and at prices as cheap and in some cases cheaper than last year Every shoe
is an exclusive style. We control all the large agencies and others can only
show imitations of these style makers. Black Kid, Brown Calf and Brown
Kid are the rnly colors that will be in good taste this year. White Cloth and
White Kid will be very much in evidence when the days get warmer. We
have a complete line of Oxfords in these leathers, both in the Cuban Louis
heels and the high low heels. All are made over a receding last.
The newest high shoes, all styles $5.00 to $12.00
The latest Oxfords, all styles and widths $5.00 to $10.00
The highest grade Pumps, every last .....$3.50 to $10.00
Bring your shoes in for Rubber Heels we put them on Wednesday only for
half price, 25c.
We offer you professional service for any foot trouble. Come in and let our
men explain how you can have perfect foot comfort. This service is free
Rev. Nichol Elected Head
Of County Sunday Schools
' in r I'ni-lr has to sell;
Vnon all tin' Inwyris hioI the doc 'h
With brief", nn, I pi'ls, ami bills,
"An- I'ltcle Hiuii'n us uUo sre
I'lo- ili-ntiMs w.th their diills;
W-t oi nil the i. Ilei!- and the I. tuns
, te ii in , li- li,i iu'M
T'i ir siisionanee i. well instiii-d
l:v I'm le S'iiiiel 's Iiim h;
i' -ir n'i
.i t I,
-.'I- ;" "
m per iia,
'14 vrilh lu :ft
, tile of pay;
Portland Woman Thought
FataJy Hurt In Auto Crash
j Han Ji.-se, I nl., April ". Mrs. Rose
i Mallory, widow of a wealthy I'ortlnnd
Vuidgo, was i.iolmhlv fatally injured lo
I day when her automobile met in col
,lisioil with a train south of here.
I M. A. Assolt. her secre'arv and com
I paniun. was seriously iitjuicd. lUith aro
j uiiceni-eiinis. Mrs. Mallory doctor
jssid, priibiiblv will die before nioht.
Mrs. Mallory is a cripple, she i
' s, ending the w inter here for her health.
jThe two were inking their daily auio
) mobile ride,
! Astolt is the author uf books on
They were ridinx in a cloned car and
vtlie train, northbound, npprunched
! fr-.tu the reir on a bad erus'-ing.
Truv Wool of l'lirtland was in the
! JOURNAL WANT ADS PAV
Be BcUcr Looking Take
t 'yr.ur akin Is yellow complaxion pallid
--' .;..e coated appetite poor you have
i ustc in yot-r mouth lazy, no good
.c. tvt you should take Olive Tsblet
L" . . U'dwtrOs' Olive Tablets substitut ?
for caloimd were prepared by Dr.Edwards
u;:cr 1 ysara of study with hit patients.
Dr. El wards' Olive Tablets are a purely
v.ictablo compound mixed with olive oil.
Vu will know them by their olive color.
To have a clear, pink skin, bright eyes,
r.o pimple, a feeling o buoyancy like
childhood days you must get at the cause.
Dr. Ed-yards' Olive Tablets act on the
liver and bowels like calomel yet have
no dangerous alter effects.
They start the bile and overcome consti
pation. That's why millions of boxes ar
aold annually at 10c and 25c per box. Ail
drucsists. Take one or two nightly a..d
note the pleasing results.
Kev. William Nichol of Central
Howell wr.s elected president of the
Marion county Sunday school conven
tion at tho final sesos held Saturday
evening, til her orfioern elected are as
follows: Dr. Frank E. Ilrnwn, Salem,
vice president; John Palmer, Marion,
vice president; Mrs. Delia Overton,
Woodburu, vice president; Miss Altn
Patterson, Salem, superintendent chil-
lren's d pnrttnont; Dr. Carl Miller,
tfalem, superintendent vouag people's
depiutineut : Mrs. Mas Crosby, Wod
burn, BUiorintendent ndult department
Dr. Frank K, ltrnwn, .superintendent
adininistrntive departmentj DDr. i.
A. Kowm in. Suleni, siiH-rintendent ed
ucational ilopai tiiieut .
The committee en resolutions, Kulph
1.. Putnam. Mm. H. Overton sud 0.
A. Moure, ptoseiiled the following r.s
olution which was pass-d by -the-dole-gates:
"That we lender Dr. John W. lluyt
our aiproi ititiiiii fur- his presentation
of the ' Dnily Vacation It.ble schrol'
uiul th it this conveiitiun commend any
practical action that tho alem limliv-j
S'hool ns-ociation ninr take with ref
erence to the establishment of such ttj
school in the city . I
"That wo commend the action of
nciuhborino O-en-ui citier ill rcscrv-1
ing the Lord s dnv for the Lord s ser
vice, by oloiii cevtaiu comiiicrcial in
terests heretofore operating freely scv
in ilnvs nf the week. Ho it resolved
further that we commend to our own
city and .H:i;c councils this action
nf our ncv'h:,(ir.; with the urgent re
quest that ntiliraiioo, be enacted clos
in 2 on Suiuluv the pool halls ami mov
:.. . I. '
:nj- ntciure MioH-
DUX BAX OIL
.WITCH ELK BOOTS
BALL BAND BOOTS
FOX PARTY PUMPS
326 State St., Next To Ladd & Bush Bank .
Raiiihow Division Starts
For Port Of Embarkation
tuzlea, April (I. A coiilin
nans alrtani of trains has been
bearing units, of the Forty
Hecoad (Rainbow) diviriou west
ward since early thix morning.
The infantry movement is ex
pected to be practically com
plete tomorrow. The artillery
will begin entraining Tuesday.
The field guns have already
started down the Bhine to Hot
terdam. For the first time, the regi
ments of the Forty Second ore
displaying with their colors the
white streamers inscribed with
the battles in which they have
Sakm To Bs Headquarters Of
Second Battalion Says Gen
" eral John May.
J formation on the renrgunizntiun plans
icf d'cneial Moy, as mentioned in tho
! foregoing- dispatch and that they will
I have nothing to nnnoimco until they
jhsve tallied with (ieneral May, wuo is
to meet with the men of Company M in
I the armory tonichf.
I 1 w i
Attorney Fred Williams, ot tne rail-
road coinmission, states that Ilia, wife
and child have .jiiHt arrived from Grants
Pass nnd will make their home at 17.1
Month 14th street.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Wednesday, April 9th
Come laugh with us
again.--The Mus cal
I Catchy vNtJv
J Pretty jr'
city over Munda v visiting friends.
James Htewart, representative from
Fossil at the late legislature was in
the city. He now Jives at Corvalli.
Fred C. Dockeliach is in the city
from Corvnllis fur a few days.
Juilce tieorgo (J. Riigham went to
Albany this morning to hold Court.
II. F.. Marty. V. II. C. of Donald.
rogiHtered to, lav at the lihgh.
Ftank Loot of lirauts Pass is in the I
citv for a few dsvs.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
"MUTT AND JEFF"
Reserved Seats on Sale
At Opera House Pharmacy
Prices $1. 75c, 50c, 25c
Portland, Or., April 7. That Orcgoa
will have u complete infantry regiment
. ! I . ... '
i naiionat guard rendv for inspection
bv May 1 is tho be iff nf rirttraitiai.
Cienortil John L. May.
The general has coinnletod a tour of
inspection for tho purpose of re-establishing
end ro-orgniiizing tho second and
third battalions of the national guard
Salem, with company ii wifj he the
hea dq tin iters of the second battalion.
, Other comonuies will bo h at Dallas and
j Independence, I at Woodburn and Sil
iverton, and A nt McMinnville.
i Ashland, Modford. Marshfield und
i probably Eugene will have companies of
the third batalion. The first bnttaliou
will consist of Portland compunies.
j Local national guard officers said to
jduy that they hnvo had no official in-
Dr. J. O. Smith, of Portland, was a
visitor today at the state house, having
a business errand in town.
INCREASE BABY'S STRENGTH
Everybody loves a baby and
everybody wants a baby abun
dantly robust There are many
young children to whom
liven in small portions at intervals during
each day, would be an important factor
in overcoming malnutrition and starting
tnem well on the road to robust,
ness. Entry drop ot Soott't
it pun, rich noanthmtnr; tht
kind that baiid ttrmglh and
promottg hallhy growth.
Ohllaren Thrive on Soott'a
Scott a Bownct Bloonhcld, N. J. 18-iJ
A Double Show
111 FAR fJ U M
At His Best in