Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, May 07, 1919, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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Fii'itor ad PuU'shi
aitonai rage or l he vapital Journal
Uv 7,
Published Every Evening Except Sunday, Salem, Oregon.
Address AU Commr-iicttioDf To
(Lljc Dailn MvM Ilournal
130 S, Commercial St.
obtained, and that it represents at least a prettv good th p of i'on and v,st
start in the right direction. " ' I'r,,si' ,0 ruland-
Ti ...mi . . l . , . . '.if Germany cedes Mi'int'l to 1 he associated
It Will trpt tnp rirmnns in vnrkinr rrxyptnpr lnsrpnrl nf
c-- ----- te powers.
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machinery for co-operation and, no less important, estab- ir Clitics ate assured to Poland,
lishes a system of compulsory publicity for international' hZJfi'tion f
affairs. The rest we may hope, will come in time. Ex-j aii reserve right SOr a.a to ob-
DPiipnri u-ill i-ovpqI rVio ctrnnir orl ...b nnln t the. t!"' reparation from Germany.
I v " ",-; v" " , . 6 . . Vi Hermariv n-nuui.ee. to China of Boxer
45e I League, and little by little it can be transformed until it indemnities.
35e ; fulfills its intended function, as well as anv purely human' Holding
' , , i i t. r r ii ( Hermanv renounces to China all pub-
appaiaiUS tan Ue exueciea in miS imperieCt WOria. lie pro-rtv and eoueeionj in China
; except Kiao Chau. I
Speaking of the "Covenant of the League of Nations". lJ"m"y ,enounc,'s n" ritfMs ,B M-i
I Wilson comes naturally bv a propensity for that sort of' ermnr reeounizes British proreetor
"See here,55 says the Good Judge
i things. His ancestors were covanters.
"before 7:30 o'clock and paper will be aent you by epecial messenger if the j America and gl'OW Up With the COUntry. Bllt Suppose the
rr.er kai miucd yon. IcountiT objects to erowiner UD with Joachim
Soon the George Washington will be making a fare
well address to France.
la the onjy nerrapapcr in Balem whie circulation ii guaranteed by the
Audit Bureau Of Circulation!
While Germany is protesting against the "exhor
litant" demands made by the Allies at Versailles, it is
veil to keep in mind what those same Germans proposed
ioing if they won, as they expected to do. One of the
most illuminating bits of evidence in that line is a mem
crandum written by Mathias Erzberger in 1914. Erz
l erger, it should be'i emembered, is one of the most prom
inent members of the present German government and
until lately expected to be at the head of the Peace Con
ference delegation.
After explaining that Germany would be obliged to
:nnex Belgium and other neighbors with the French
tcast as far as Boulogne, the iron mines in French Lor
raine, various French, Belgian and British colonies in
Africa and a few other odds and ends here and there
f.bout the world, he came to the question of indemnity
the point of greatest inteifst at the present time.
"In fixing indemnities," he said- "the actual capacity
"f a state at the present moment should not be considered.
Besides a large immediate payment, annual installments
spread over a long period could be arranged. France
would be helped in making them by decreasing her bud
get of naval and military appropriations, the reductions to
le imposed in the peace treaty being such as would enable
iter to send substantial sums to Germany. Indemnities
should provide for the repayment of the full costs of the
var and the damages of war, notably in East Prussia, the
redemption "of all of Germany's public debt and the cre
ation of a vast fund for incapacitated soldiers".
The Allies seem to have found in this document the
P'rm of two or three ideas worked out in -the treaty which .
Germany received fur consideration today, though they
i.ave stopped far short of the Gorman program.
About the only legitimate use we can imagine for the
red flag is at railroad crossings.
TO "if I ilidn't it wouldn't bo mi hard to
lute faith in li i nt. I wonder if he dot's
i cure for Hlnmdie Ortou, porlu.ps Mr.
Tli at ufternoon after my return home Frederick in mistaken about that. It
1 felt happy ut times because of my doesn 't weiu u if he would go there ao
faith in Mr. Frederick; tlmf lie would much if ho wasn't."
influence N'eil to end Ins intimacy with
Tea ilc uud men of I. in kind; uuluippv
at other timed when I dwelt upon tne
fact that it had become a necessity.
Alni.it nix o'clock the telephone laiijj.
"Thia is Mr. Follies' office. He wish
ed me to telephone Mrs. Forbes that he
would nut he ut home to dinner."
"Is Mr. Forbes in the office?" I rec-
1 couldn't read, and finally threw
down the bonk in disgust. It wua grow
ing lute. Should I try the club acniuf
If Neil had not gone to Mrs. Orton's
he might be there now,
"Is Mr. Forbes in the lousof " I ask
ed when they answered. "Will you
pugo him please ao that I may be ure.
I will hold the wire." It aeemeil they
ate over Egypt
Germany cedes to Japan all rights in
Shuutung peninsula.
' Herman army niust demobilize within
two months after peace signed.
All Herman munitions establishme!;s
must lie closed within three months aft-
or peaceigned, except where otherwise
sjivciucu ny tunes.
No militaristic societies shall be per
mitted in Germany.
Herman warships may be replaced
only ut expirutiou of twenty years for
battleships and lo years for destroy
ers. Allies will retain German hostages
until iM-rsons accused of war crimes jirc
Keciproenl exchange of information
regunliiig dead prisoners nud plnoes of
burial, pmvidi'd for.
Tulal of Herman indemnities to be
detcriuincd bv an inter allied commis
sion bef'ue. May 1, lPl'l, after a fair,
Schedule will be fixed for discharge
of Herman indemnity obligations within
thirty years.
HeruiKiiy irrevocably recognizes full
authority of interallied reparations
I want to remind you
about that small chew
of this good tobacco.
It tastes better because
it's good tobacco. Its
quality saves you part of
your tobacco money.
It goes further and lasts
Put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
WB CUT is a long fine-cut tobaeo
ognized the blonde stenographer's voice, would never come back to the telephone.
No, ho went out with Mr, Tvarle
about half nn hour ago."
"Very well, thunk you."
Regardless of what Mr. Frederick had
told him of Temlo's character and repu
tation, iSeu hud gono out- with him.
amit waning nn uneonsciouaoic time a
voice siild:
"Hello Mr. Forbes is not in the
hnuse. "
I hung up disgusted that I had waited
ignt have Known he
witness ngaint him, and the man re
fused to fight. This case made such a
stir that the law permitting the "wager
of ruutlo" was repealed.
Let it be that the English punished
the Irih criminals with severity, or
even wt ill cruelty, they dealt in the
mime w;..v with their own criminals. All
were treated alike. It iB not an excuse
fer Kngland that up to 100 yeart ago
slie whs aa cruel as other nations but
it is an explanation of a most miiiciit
nble fact.
Hut us to the Kngliyh invasion of Ire
hind, "more than 700 years ago" Biuu
irk on a by t!0 addition
in.ver hih school has l v n rar
Yakima is oipinizing
guard ompnny. Already
a national
! Hye beet
Contracts amounting to 4299,111
were let by the Washington kifkituy
commission Mondav.
cmnm tuutrtn I
Germnnv 'a initial indemnity pavmcnt : Bim manj 0Tr8 mlrply over:
(twnn.v i.illim, ...,iiW .!, fc. ,.,!' " '1' '"' to the rer.son lw mat
iu gold, goods and ships.
Hermuny must pav civilians for acts
of cruelty ordered by her representa-
Three rrbberie last S:indnyi aetting
the burglars nearly lf."itK, Bre reported
from Aberdeen,
It seined to bn such a reckless thing to wouldn't bo there!" I scolded.
.lo. i, of course, did not realize that
it isn't an easy thing to break off busi
ness relu'ions ut liny time; that under
certain circumstances it might bo al
most impossible to accomplish any great
change in the personnel of a company
quickly, ho I dwelt upon the idea that nnxiety that
Neil had decided to pay no nttcution to caused me
wait until a Jittlo after eleven, then I
would get -readv and go to meet his
mint if he did not come in by that
1 started at every sound. There was
no use fooling mvself. It we not IBs
he met his aunt which
muen uneasiness, it was
Mr. Frederick, to me, or to what ho had t lie feeling that ho was at Blanche Or-
been told others were saying. That he ton's. I was not at all timid. F.ven
had decided to go along in tho sumo way had he been at homo I should probably
ne nan neeu going a law unto him- nave gone with mm, so it was not disin-
self. elinution to go out either which mndo
1 was the more distressed that ho did me nervous. It was the fear that he
not come lioiiie us his aunt hud tele- was with another woman; a fear which
I graphed while we were out to lunch that amounted almost to a suro knowledge.
she wo. ihl arrive on the midnight train. If he had been with Mr. Frederick I
I called his club hoping to envcu mm shouldn't have rnred, I sr.ld. After tho
there. They had not seen him. 1 tried . clock had struck eleven I arose to pre
one or ti other places. He slioi.1.1 pare fur niv errand. It Was strnnire hnw
Germany must pay for maltreatment
of prisoners.
Germany must pay damages for en
forced labor by civilians for levees or
fines imposed,
To discharge her Indemnity obliga
tions, Germany's domestic taxation
system must be proportionately t.s great
t ij nti that in nnv allied counrrr,
X WOUid Mud, U,,1.J iln.j oki
Germany must agree to build !!00,000
tons of shipping annually .r the ac
count of the allies for five years.
Germany must restore French flags
taken in France-Prussian war of 1S70.
Germany must pay eat ire cost of arm
ies of occupation from date of urn.is
tice. Germany to confirm ' renunciutiou of
the treaty of Iluchnrest.
All German concessions in Turkey,
Russia. Brazil, Austria-Hungr.rv and
Bulgaiin to be transferred to allied rep
arations commission and
invasion. Hadrian IV was elected pope
in 1154, and died in 1159. Henry II was
king of England. I'arties in Ireland
begged Henrv to come over and take
possession of the island. Before going,
Henry consulted the pope.
Hadrian replied that Irelivnd and the
other islands belonged to St. I'eter and
the holy church, and that it would be
satisfactory to him if Heiry should ako
and govern tho island, provided, he
would gunrnnteo that tho popo Bhould
receive as I'eter 's Fence a Eoman
penny (about 15 cents) for every
house in Ireland. . I
Uenry agreed to this, and in time of-1
foe ted the conquest and occupation of
the island. lie bought the goods in Opon
m l litai ms oMmmuniuuH m
market of the professed owner, and cor- I pi A NQ P 4 PP AWT
tainly no one on earth had a beter right I jl .
The League of Nations may now be accepted as an
i.;'cnmplished fact. The new draft of the Constitution has
I ten unanimously approved by the Peace Conference and
li incorporated ia tho treaty that Germany and her al
lies will be rccjU'.'stod to sign. With the revision of many
doubtful portions and the incorporation of amendments
: nswerimr the principal objections of Americm critics, it:
t iay perhaps be taken for granted the Constitution will 1 1 fflt thnt in
1 e ratified by the United Mates senate, ihe inenctiy at
titude of the American public toward it is unmistakable.
There is little indication of serious objections in any
Gthor country.
It is not likely that the plan, even as it now stands.
i wlnillv s.-itisfiietorv to nnvbodv. Rut the maioritv of
the people feel that it is probably the best that could be
meet his aunt. It would be dreadful for
he. to find no one tit the station.
Finally I gi.o up trying to locate
him. 1 utc my dinner, then sat 'down
rtith n new magazine und tried to rend,
lie mielit c-i.nie in i;nv minute. I said to
. myself, knowing he would not. Of kite
1 lie I ad remained out the eutiro evening
and far in In the niej.t when ho had not
dined at home.
"if he doesn't come 1 will go to the
-t;ition," I said aloud. Then: won
der if he is at Hlauclie Orton's." Just
Hie thought made me so miserable the.
us started. "Oh. what slmll I dol"
how in every unhnmiv moment mv
thoughts flew to him.
Wns it hcrnuso 1 knew ho loved nief
(Tomorrow Barbara Angers Keil By
Calling Him nt Blanche Orton's.)
(Continued from pne one)
to p,
Ey .Walt Mason
When I am sick, in punk condition, when I am lame
Mid blind and halt, I hire the city's best physician, then if
I die it's not my fault. The big physicians charge like
thunder, they charge each time they draw a breath, but
they give value for the plunder; they show us how to side
step death. When my old auto's in a panic, with many
doodads breaking loose, I hire the very k-st mechanic that
our small village can produce. He lias no conscience when
he charges, or so, o&sfish, I sometimes think; but he can
fix our boats and barges when they are strictly on the
blink. Some other gents might do it cheaper, but when
we count the final cost, we find expenses running deeper;
the tinhorn workman is a frost. The tinhorn workman
tauly botches all things entrusted to his care; he spoils
-ur pants and hats and watches, and bungles when he cuts
ur hair. When I decide to paint my stable, I'd hire a
Titian at his best, some grand old master, amply able to
luake all rivals seem a jest. I patronize the ablest baker
in this country hamlet dwells, and when I die my under
taker must be the on? who's wearing bells.
ver was a woman sn nnx-
im.s and worried. "If I itmn t love
him so inueh!" 1 eiintiniu-d my solilquy,
f tian
d na-
i i
i. i 'f. i : l r-1 ; Di ny
I sin I one ol tin-so here
movie cowboys that can jump on
a horse from fer dWtnmo. The
kinds horse 1 ride ain't there
Oeiiiianv must revert
"ni'1,1 favored nations'
out disi-riininutioi. .
tleruumy must allow freedom o
s;t llirougli her territories to ullii
tiermany must aTcpt highly detail-
en provisions as to pre-war fields, un-
fair competition and other ecniiomie
iand finaneinl mutters.
The ex k'liser to be tiiod by nn in
! lerna' lonal high court .
I Other violators of laws of war to be
I Holland to lie asked to extradite the
j es kaiser.
I (iermany is responsible f,ir deliver
ling other violators of international law
Must Accept League
Oennanv to neeopt the leiigue of na-.
Hons ill piinciple, but without mem
bership. lnlernnlioi.nl Inl'mr body created.
V in 'oils international bodies to ex
iv.itc provisions of the treaty.
t oinniisshiii ereMted to govern the
Sanr b.isin n'iiding n I'lebeseitc IS
years hence.
! roiiiiuissioHs created for plebeseiteS !
iu Mali.iedy, Sehleswig and Fast 1'rus- j
Pelails of disposition of Hi rman
fleet and cables left to allied (lowers.
I Imposition of former German colon
ics also left to allies. I
Belgians Annex 382 Miles. j
t ol.lUllJslons tO Supervise the Saar ..f (, In r..,.i-nllirl from lh rui
, Valley. Ihuizig and oversee plebe itesi(.ng)pMi xf Sinn Feiners of Irelaad
will ; act under direction of the league of llllv, ,,),. fwial accusntion agr.tTist
,"a,i('"- I the Knglish. More thr.n 700 vears m,o
. Hermiuiy cedes to Belgium 3Si square j Kngland wrongfully invaded' Ireland,
I miles of territory betweeu Luxeinlrg ,) a fYI,r ;,.,, tl, land in
and llollnnd. jf'icting manv cruellies iqion the people.
! (eriiiaiiv ' cession to Foland isolates
r.;ist i-russia from tne rcuiain.ler oi ter-: a i ll., rnlt;... ; d,:, n.i.
Clearing houses to be established in
all belligerent countries to handle ad
justment of pre-wiif debts and con
tracts. Allies may liquidate German proper
ty to their nationals bot recompensed
by Germany and for debts owed their
nationals by German nationals.
Fire insurance contracts not consider
ed dissolved by the war.
All sign;. lories ugree to international
control of opium traffic.
All (iorn.au ports, free before the
war, must cnnlii.no in that status.
Tarts of Kibe, Oder, Danube and N'ie
nn n livers internationalized.
The Rhine is placed under control
of an allied-Herman commission.
Belgium to be permitted to build
canal connecting the Khinc and the
j Meii-.e.
' Czechs Given Outlet
t'.i eho Slovakia to have rai,I rights
i in t Fieume nud Trieste,
Germany must lease Cze'dio-Klovkia
( wharfage in Hamburg and Stettin for
I I'll years.
International labor office to be es
tablished in (ieneva as part of league
,of nations organization.
, Firs' meeting of the iiiloinnlioiiul
labor body will be held in Oct nix r in
I Washington .(simultaneously' with
' first league of nations meeting) to dis
jcuss international oUht hour day.)
! Hcrmany to accept all decrees us to
! Herman ships by allied prize courts.
' The treaty becomes effective for
'each ration as that nation forieally
i ratifies it.
to sell Ireland than hud l'ope IladrtJn
The Knglish title then is clear and un
assailable in cither law or equity, and
us the Irish, through these "more than
700 years" have continued paying to
the pope, it is lata to complain now.
"Hut the Irish people never consent-
credited to a'"' do. "ot now consent," etc., oh
I uiciw you, in inose goon out times nei
ther kings nor popes worried about such
trifling matters as a consent of the peo
ple. Their motto was "Let him get
who has the power, and lot him keep
who can." l'ope Hadrnin snid that Ire
land belonged to him, and when ho had
a good offer be 'sold it, and there you
lire. .1 A M KM I.lSl.K
The grand jury at Chicago has indict
ed 10 persons charged with election
frauds in the February mnyormry pri
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( CROW?"
I Mary seem to be giving a garden
Iparty. She is joined by millions of
other home food growers, says the
National War Garden Commission,
&p.J&tieJ E.Cr
lo show in striking, dramatic man
acr that the present world unrest'
merely repeati chapters in histoiT
i the purpose of a stately, inspiring I
pagennt which has been arranged U.
Or. James E. Crowther of Seattl
Wash., for presentation at the bis
Jletlioriist Centenary Celebration ofi
June (J-July 13 in Columbus, O. Un
derttanding and comfort to the man ;i
oewtldcred by the trend of modern f
s tne essential Dr. ;
esired to convey when be j
most dignified Iotv ot J
mtation. 1
To the Kditor: Disappointed in their
yen jump ou
Starting Tomorrow
And Fri., Sat Nights at
iiiiiuiiuiuo. in iit-iiin. us rimsiiieri
n CV..-..UU, iv, .Uiivll.l ro.n- tne tlIllP, involved. Til T.ngrtU (tld '
pr.se "7.f.Sd miunre mib's: to France 0 ntf tn ,hc Irish than the Irish did j
5-IMl"nre ""!' (Alsace-Lorraine). ,to tl,p Kj.olish who fell into their hands!
mJ Hern.nny r.msvnts to the trety et-thev did no more than other nations-
j ti.bli.laug Belgium as a ueutrui state. , m iu yAe fMeU0 more than the Kr,g-;
Luxemberg ceases to be a member of , tUe HfeN.d uf their own poo-'
e (.erman tnrisf union. ,- , anl as,0 (h(,r( W(,r,
All Ilohcnrollern proH'rty in Aisi.ee :,. 2; d.striet off.lis i,i worr. !
gm-s to Frnnce without vrin K.ul:,i.d. ounished with il.wih. Vn i
Keeps your shoes good-looking II
Makes them last longer If 1
EUck . Tan . White - Red . Brown 7
l.oi rninc
Treaty Abolished.
France gains iH-ru'scenr pwvMvn of
r-a .r roai mines rogar.uvss oi result oi.,,,,,.. hft ,.. nio,. t.nri,!.!.,,.- m, l..r
Star plebiscite. 'ed another was s-t fr.-e when he chal-i
Be.dc I pper Sile-na, Wcrmany codes 0P,eJ to mortal combat, the leading
di r Oucen Klizubelli
in a year cr put to tiath for ve !
i rantv ali'ii lu in Kntiland l tnnn 1
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Everywhere fT
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