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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. XKLEll OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 6. 1917.
Frenchman Suggests the
Exchange of Children
7re soWi'ers croecAsJ in tA rronf in
rrsncA cold, wary, ftamfry. SudJtnty
thy miff J, tmiltd and acncf in anusoM
"Cafi," hem (Ae Poilm; " Crnwf." rem
(A Tommy; end horn (Ac Yank "Coff1 "
COFFEE is the fighting man's drink. It
did its bit in the war right manfully. In
the camp, on the march, at the front, in the
hut and hospital, wherever men fought and
bled and suffered and died there was
Ever and always the cry was coffee !
Because it gives cheer and comfort, and
courage. It is soothing, quieting, sustaining.
The tired man calls for it. Exhausted nature
asks for it. After the lesson of this war
who shall say that coffee is not healthful
and needful ?
Be thankful for coffee for the delight of
it, the benefit of it, the real downright good'
ness of it. There is nothing in the world you
would miss one-half so much as coffee if you
were suddenly deprived of it !
Indeed coffee is one of the truest and " real
est " of friends that Nature has given to men.
Let us rejoice in it, and revel in it. Let us
glory in the charm and flavor and piquancy
of it. Let us toast our friends in it" Here's
to your health and happiness 1 " ,
Coffee Universal drink
Copr'IlM, 1919, br Ike Joint Coltte Trite Fablicltr Conmitlee Ike United Slim
Monmouth and Independence
To Join Forces on the Fourth
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Monmouth, Or., June 6. The. invita
tion extended by the Civic club of In
dependence to celebrate the Fouvtli of
July in that town was formally accept
ed at the council meeting Inst Tuesday,
Muny of the young people are plaaning
to attend the big celebration in N.'.lcm,
Tmt there will no doubt be enough left
in the two towns to tt least make a
noise tike a reul old fashioned Fourth.
t '! . s...,,7Vo I
LINN PIONEER DEAD
Mrs. Hannah 8. Meade, wife of the
late Wuite Meade, who died hero on No
vember 17, 1917, punned away hero early
this morning at the family home on
Corvallis road. She was 76 years old.
Heurt trouble was the immedinte cstine,
of her death, although site hud been
in frail health for many years.- Albany
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
e e ( e
By Professor Andre rribourj
(Written for the United Press)
(NOTE: Professor Andre Fribourg
is professor of history in the Chaptal
College of the University of rris. He
served as a soldier during the war and
was wounded at Verdun. He has bees
touring the United States for the part
five months, lecturing and fathering in
formation for the French Press and
Government oa American French rela
tions. Professor Fribourg is the author
of a dosen books, mainly on modern
history and tonics relating to foreign
The American ant the French people
more nearly resemble each other' than
do anr ether two nations in the world.
Therefore, when I return to Paris, I
shall report to my government that
every encouragement should be given
to a close understanding between your
selves and ourselves.
You Americans, as far as tempera
ment ia concerned, are the direct des
cendants of the English of Shake
speare's day. You are not like the
present inhabitants of the British Isles,
You resemble more the r.hiabothaa
English, who were more like the French
than the English of today. That is why
you have so many traits in common with
the modern French. When Shakespeare
wioto his plays, the French aud Eng
lish were similar. From that time -on
the English character iu the British
Isles did not develop along the same
lines as the French. Only tho English
who came to America continued the
Americana and French are Jtlike in
temperament aad persistent optimism.
They have the same eager mentality.
They are quick in thought and their
vitality is never at rest. They are the
modern Elizabethans. This fact, which
I have discovered ia America, has caus
ed me to determine to recommend to the
French govcrnmont'that an exchange of
children be arranged between our two
countries. American children between
the ages of 15 and 16 should bo sent
to France to live in full home intimacy
with French families. French children
of the same impressionable age should
come to the United States and be tem
porarily adopted here. By this means,
the next generation in France and Am
erica would know one another aa in-
View Even! Cal
Tinie Brings KaewWf e That by Us
el Penetrating Remedy Suffer
ing la Avoided
Thoumnds of women have found br the
ypp Icatlon of Mother's Friend, the penetrating-
Mtertisl remedy, prepared operlsilr
for expectant mottiers, that pain and suffer-
In t ilie crl.ls Is avoided and that In ad.lt
tlon the months preceding the crUls sra free
from nervousness, nsuwa, slrctehlni snd
.V I1" end fenerst discomfort.
Mother Friend makes It posiible for the
evnertant mother tn hernclf actual! sid
antare In the slurlom work to be performed,
snd no woman should m-slect to five nii
'ur helplnr hand. It will mean uiflnltf ly
?. pnln amftho hours st the crtli will be
.', J'1? P"lod Is one of calm repose aad
by the iiM r,t Xlu....-. p.i i
I kept soft snd nsturul, snd cxperiewwl
notlwrs njr that It ii much better to keen
four health and (rood k, durlnj the p?
(la tie use at once.
rile Ihe Hrar-M Rpf.-I .tn, fompsnr.
Iupt 0. Lamar ll.illdln,, Atl.nls. (ieorsK
f;r tVlr l?.'reti. Mtj,e, iMl Boi, .,3
obtain a bottle of Ww srri-njiTj'S?
- - " BNHI BJBBW
"So that' I a Jantzcn rib-stitch Bath
ing Suit! It is certainly a wonderful
'fit. You must go with me to select
mine, today F
iou can't help but envy the
girl who wears a Jantzen
Bathing Suit ,Your eyes
tell you how much style and
'grace it has.
,Yes, and it helps swimming,
tool A Jantzen fits perfect
ly at all times without bind
ing gives your swimming
muscles a real treat
rAsJcyour 'dealer for a genu
FOB SALE BT
C. P. Bishop
tiautely as they knew themselves.
I hll also urge trpea the French
foearansent the desirability of exchang
isjj professors and studsat with Aw
nJS oairersitics. 1 favor the ani
Vfrsuties of each country adopting one
eaetfeer as sister institutions, so that
they ehall have a jrreater arise of rem
ra&kip than usually follows the mere
formal exchange of lectures.
These are some of the srey bywhirh
ear isipressWn of each ether can be
BKttilded by actual facta, instead of
ebeurd rumors and false reports. The
os!y reason Frenchmen and Americans
hve not been seen to resemble each
ether hitherto is became enr views of
each ether have been too distant. We
have trusted to casual visits, instead of
really atudvittg our fundamental char
acteristics. Once it is understood how similarly
we view life and how parallel are our
ideals, I believe we ought to be in a
position to form a military entente. I
an convinced the economic pressure
which the League of Nations has cre
ated as Its principal weapon will never
be able to prevent wars. Germany not
only misted the pressure, but fouelit
the world almost ts a victorious end.
The League of Nations must have mil
itary weapons until the spirit of ideal
ism has permeated the peoples of the
earth. The best weapon of this kiud
would be a i ranco-American entente,
making known to the world that the
armies and navies of both countries
have been united as formal allies for
Ihe preservation of peace. The Fran-oo-American
union is the world's peace,
Maybelle Jette, receiver for Kin
Daw, filed her first monthly report
showing expenditures of $197.1.71 in the
management of the Kin Daw hop yard
of 50 acres from April 21 to May 28.
She asks the court permission to bor
row fsoo in addition to the fl.ono al
ready borrowed to harvest the crop.
Among the expenses of the month was
included $1.10 for the receiver.
la the suit of W. W. Kyal against
at. N. Lewis A Co. ever commissions
for the sale of tombstones and monu
ments, the defendants ask the court,
for a change of venue from Marion
eonnty to Washington county. The al
lege that Washington is the proper
eonnty as all of the witnesses live in
that county end Tillamook county, and
that in fact, all the transactions in
the sale of tombstones took place in
thoee two counties. They ellego that
service was bad in Marion county when
Mr. Ijtmia was here attending to some
In the suit of E. Ia Kapphalin versus
F. B. Decker and F. E. Callister, admin
istrator of the estate of Earl Wood,
there waa a compromise by which the
estate pays Mr. Kapphahn $700 and
each party to the suit pays his own
Ed I. Pweaney has brought etrit
against Catherine 11. rlwenney for tit-1
wrce. They were niRrrie-d in 1W1 and!
site deserted him in 1904, and it is cn
the grounds of desertion that he sues.
The final account of Beatrice K
Townsend, administratrix of the es
tate of Thoiita Kobinson Townsend has
been filed with the county court and
has been allowed and approved. It whs
decreed that Beatrice E. Townsend, the
widow, was the only heir.
The estate of John fi. Iiicketts has
been appraised t 4.B45.0tt by J. ('.
McFarland, E. Ii. Kogers and Paul
Oirod. Included in this amount was the
valuation of 4,500 placed on 18 acres
of land in sections 13 and 14, tuwrndiip
6 sooth of range west.
Fred Dentel a ski for a probate of
tho will of (indfrcy Dentel who died
May 9, J91!. The estate hna been ap
praised at I0,.V0. Besides the widow,
he ia survived by seven children.
Adolph Muthes asks from the eoun
ty court a final distribution of the es
tate of Adolph Mnhes who died Kept.
20, 1890. It seenie that the adminis
trator of the e-tate filed his final re
port in ITOfi, and that it was approved
by the county court end a lu.nl no
crco of distribution givpti. Unt this de
cree was sever litea or rneora ana me
estate never closed and the title of cer
tain lands left uncertain.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Monmouth, Or., June 6. Mayor
Walker and three councilmen of Inde
pendence met with the city fathers here
recentlvto consider with them the feasi
bility of joining force in aa effort to
secure a gravity w&ter system. A piaa
waa decided on to try the matter out.
T. J. Alsip, owner of the prune dry.
is buililinz a aoaiuoa onto me
side of the main building which with
the purchase of a thousand new travs
and much other equipment, will int. res M)
the capacity of the dryer coniidetably.
Mark Conklin, son of Bev. aval Mrs.
Conklin, came borne from Tacoma to
spend the week end with his parent
Mabel Clair Ground presented her pu
pils in a piano recital in the high u ho&l
auditorium Monday eetiing. Tlione
taking part ia the program were Bea
trice Hramberg. Kliese Ktewtrt, lila
Huber, Alma Bliss, Dorothy Clark, Bon
nie ficott, Beth ()trom, Helen Cornelius
Ktholva Klkin and Dorcas Conklin, alt
of Monmouth, and John Bteclhn miner of
Woodbum. AH performed iplendidly.
.nrv numlvf hitftff mtich kniMTit t.V
the large audience present. The wrtrk '
J if mi ;!
1 1 m
m .if fe i !l : ft
&tzl all.. 1l
:. PEE .: . !
reflects aiuch credit to Miss Ground at
a inaue ttJi. her.
Vis9 Imogene R;chardn of Multuo
nil, whe finished tin- biirh school
course here ia Kebrnitry, cf.me op to
nfx-ni the week wtih friends and to re
ceive her diploma with the Jane class.
Bis Emma Parker, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Parker, died at her
home in Monmouth Monday, Juno 2.
Mr. HtromhniiKh came np from Camp
Lewis for visit with his wife last
F. C. Davidson and dr.ntfhter. Eva.
spent Saturday and Pundny with Mrs.(
i;bvih07, at me uood riamantar. Hos
pital. Mis Vlem MrKinnev ha finished
her school at I.s (irande And will divide
Iter time this summer ix'tweeu Mon
mouth with her sister Hemic and Cor
vclli with her parents( who are IceatcM
Net Waller is helping out in the
pnstiffir this week.
W. I. Mtrlkev, -who is attending the
t'. of 0., visited si veral .lays last week
with hi family and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Iwii:bt Hoag, who
tench school at Morion, took advanUtge
of the holiday Pridav, eoniing to Mon
mouth Thuradr.r cveninif for a three
it vl:t vrtth M "o' pttricnU, Mr.
ani Mr. D. K. CalbTeafh.
Mis Mamie Kadn'-etixh. finh and
siith grade critic, enjoved a few days
iit with her sister, Miss Basel, who
stopped off Tharwlsr evening en route
I from eastern Oregon to her home at
Elmer Bi-ke and family, forn.er resi
k,. b. X
Packed Coffee m
rvery Northwest c
mdpoint that it is a
is the quality peer of a!I coffees.
Buy a can from your grocer,
cut the vacuum seal and learn
ie true enjoyment ol
Just Rtehrcupof coffee
Golden West Coffee
is vacuum packed
"V 'JLlu.---'" '"c-
dents of Monmouth, Tfero visitiug tcU'
tives ana rnenfls here MHurdsy.
Ivnn Loughary brought his wifn and
immti sou jroni worvatiis calumny
wncre tney nave been with lie? people
for some tinie, for ail extended v?it at
the Loughary farm in the Lui kinmlc vl
ILAEOLD GKIBBLB FOUND
The disappearance of Harold dibble,
Hyear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. I),
(iriblile, hi -I week, cnitwd the imiiy
much itiK-tiHi tie-'S. It whs thougbt the
bov had enlisted cither in the ny or
navv. as a number of his brothe; are
slill in service, and all tho bovs iiive
been very patriotic. Every effort was
made by the snxions parents ta find
the boy .and on Wednesday morning he
returned from Ralem, where he twa fscen
I several days. Canny Kews.
Yes; Is Purely VegetaDia
Known for 50 Year m the Betl
Remedy for RHcurn-'.ism, Ca
tarrh, Scrofuk, Skin
Scictttittt have diovered that th
forcit and the fic' arc abwnhntty
upplicd with vcf :atioil of variom
kinds, that furnish th ingredient for
making a femed;. (or practically every
HI and ailment c f mankind. Medicines
made from rrot. herbs, and barks
which K.iturc hat plnccd at Ihe div I
prii.il of ni.:i. arc bciicr than stroii):
mineral n-isturc snd cnncoctiorn.
'in-, ral medicines work il,itigcrou!)i
Ihe dilicale part of the ivtem,
ally the itomaxlj and bowds, by
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I'AEGO DEfEATS AUHOKA
rnrgo defeated Aurora by rarttiw
nmrinn jn a fut game on I)e omtien
IWv at Fltrgo. The score being H to ?.
Both teams played good fast bull. Tho
buttcrir-s were: Aurora, Iti.y Yergi.e
and li.'ilph Colviu; Fargo, tieoige M
Parland and Kitlph Ruder.
Any team desitiug games for futuf
dates with the Kargo team, call up t
writo pred Pargo, Aurora, Koul S.
HUBBARD EOT STILL aSSlNG.
No trace has been found of Mtirs.s
Zchner o Hubbard, who left his hm-ifl
3fl. He is 15 ear old and m
the son of 8,
W. Zehner who is offir
ing a reward for informal inn leading
to his finding. The lfy is believed iu
have left to go somewhere to work
wsy through school and college. AV
w r .it
i.iiing out the lining membrane, pro
ducing chronic dyspepsia and oi'cn en
tirely ruining the health.
S S. S. is made etmrely of grntle
achng, hcaihig, punuing roots, herbt
and bark, poswsMiig propcriic thai
hnld up all pan of the vu-ni, m
mid it ion to remnvirg all inipitr.nei and
piiiMin front the S. S. b is a
vale treatment for Rhfii"iaii' u. i
i ,rrh. Scrnfuli. Sore? and Ulcers SUs)
! I ..tt Ulocd IV-.isors, and all t1v
.n!tr of the blood. It clean, lh
icitire system and it' pcntt.mv .t t
i S S. 5. at any dnie store ' -v.
!t is I stardaru remetiy rciiK"i.'t
everywhere M the grcalcbt i'd
sniidute ever di-covcred. If stt
ts a pectti'r cae write to Mc.i".it
Inrcctor, i) Swift Liiborawry, .t