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CHARL13 H. FISHES
Editor sal Pnbliiher
June 10, 1919
rublished Every Ercning Except Sunday, Salem, Oregon.
Address All Commotiirationj To
138 8. Commercial St
Dally, by Carrier, per year,
(salty- by Mail, per year
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W. D. Ward. Kew Tork, Tribune Building.
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is gone. There are no more dreams of national greatness,
with Germany or without her. There is only a little,
helpless, poverty-stricken region with a big, empty,
mournful capital, shut off from the sea, shut offf from
the world's respect, shut off from hope, inheriting the
load of infamy and debt left by the whole empire, and
destined to bear, under duress, all of that burden that
those Austro-Germaris can bear without perishing. " we ip. tfcng.
And it is a just fate, because that remnant was the' "l'8l,,sa w d e "n04 y d
;non;.ni;n J -,,r, H, : .:t. ! nuuh '"'f "." I "l when Fiederirk
iikYuunun tuu ouiwii, mc gicuii'si, crime 111 jusiury,
THE PROMOTER'S WIFE
BY JANE PHELPS
BAB DISCHARGES THE SEKVA3TS
AND TELLS S02EST.
was a manly little chap, so I sat down
mail wM kiau ba father had lost kla
money, that wo would have, tu bo ve;y
careful. Iiv very tliffcrrasiv. lie loot
ed serious, then said:
"I'm sorry for you nud ried, but 1
would kivn one to help me- patk, the!"0" ' rare "it for sayself. Lmeols,
utaera I lot to at ance fivinir them ajuid" t oaTe any money, rouldn't even
(week's pay in lieu of notice. It was'W to publie school. But he got to t
Before they left I spoke of giving up cheaper than to keep and feed tliem sn-1 pre-sident of the United iStttea yon
ther week. - jluiow. l.iKe niany bays Lincoln was
I The eck and I worked all day pack-1 h" ,WuU .H t"r " talking or
i ing up what I should need for .eil,lr"",'" of " ll,d treasuu-d ev.
t R..iui ...a in., i. - ervthinir he eould eettoeethcr which i
I.jsted to at plans. "Put aa a.lver- ,i,.k ..! .n.. .i, .... I minded lum of the niartvred president.
STRIKES AND HATS.
itisemeiit in the liaix-r for the
: rent or wll, pleuse. I have na
tory made for everything in it.
sniek anil &rjitn. nMdv tn alinw Ia anv
I was a good housekeeper, my one," F""" "
ipliihment anide from mv musie.! 'v.,''1' nr ones adorned the
Tka Dai'T Capl?-1 Journal carrier boya are instructed to put the paperi on the , hJ,
i 11.,;.. iln ot do thi: misse. von. or neclectl getting the paper, the market.
rorca. u - - . .. tki. I. ,V,. nnlr air rrU' Ml 1.- 1. J i ,1 1
0 yog on time, kindly pnone me iircuuu m.u.K. , . " 'i.hone ii"S pi UUUUiy Will OUQ IieWS 10 me SeaOn-rUSn-
and o i . .j i...... "i.. .lo fhis riHim
f U HY. A n l,t I , A ., ' W1? V.T'JTi v il "" ' I hued my boy close, and bre'.lhetl
One result of the American Garment Workers' strike , Tht 8 th T k ! i s i-f i e way. it would sent or a little prayer of ti.ankfuine that u
S to delav the StOPk of velvet hats ahntlt tn nnnpnr imnn :.i. it ..i... ', betUt with some one i it. And it. wan so unspoiled.
.1. J. A- nn than jrriAri r IUI1UW1U1T lUBUUtLlUU. uvuv a , , .
wtXiS i-M lemale who buys her flrst sFraw hat wnen he
aarrier has missed yoo.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
Is the only sewspaper in Palem whose circulation la gaaranteed by the
Audit Bums Of Circulations
thp German terms, the world almost
overlooks those imposed on Austria, her partner in the
great world war crime. The Austiran treaty seems to be
regarded as little more than a parathetical detail in the
big task of settlement. And yet, in many ways, the fate
n;cted out to Austria is far more impressive than Ger
many's. , , TT
it was commonly said, when the Austro-Hungamn
group of conspirators plunged Europe into war, that it
would be the end of that historic empire. Through long
years that result remained doubtful. Now it is absolute
ly assured. The most wicked and mischevious of Europ
ean monarchies has met the fate of its ancient prototype,
"Babylon. It has been weighed in the balance and found
wanting. The kingdom is divided.
The nations so long oppressed are liberated. Czechs,
Slovaks, Slovenes, Serbs, Rumanians, Poles and the rest,
til are released to adhere to the bulk of their race, rep
resented in other governments, or to set up new demo
cratic governments of their own. . ,
There remains only the two centers of Hapsburg
domination, Austria proper and Hungary proper, strip
Vd of all the inhabitants they were domineering over.
They are separated from each other. Hungary will lie
recognized as a nation, no greater than the neighbors
rhe scorned, when she has eliminated Bolshevism. There
fnre to lear the red name and tradition of I
the Austrian empire, only the once proud and gay city of
Vienna with a little area surrounding it, an island terri
tory only about the size of Connecticut, containing G,000,
O:)0 or 7,000,000 people of German blood, out of the 50,
0VO0O0 people over whom the House of Hapsburg ruled
five years ago.
. ' The royal family has vanished. The imperial tra
dition is turned to disgrace. Honor is gone. Prosperity
1U1& uici-wico ui oAiiuaiy ic needing inu muriuvv m men s payment
Dones, while the burning July sun finds her with a velvet
creation perched above her perspiring brow.
The merchants, on the contrary, delight in the delay
of the unseasonable goods, for their failure to appear
means longer sales at better prices for goods more suit
ed to the temperature. The influx of new stuff always
means sales and underpneed disposal of stock on hand.
To all reasonable people as well, anything which
tends to bning the sales of millinery or any kind of
clothing to a saner basis must seem like a good thing. For
so changeable is fashion in these days, both as to season
and to style, that long before a garment has reached its
limit in wear it is often bo out of style as to seem ridicu
lous; and long before the thermometer calls for velvet
hats the woman who follows sense rather than extremes
of fashion is noticeable for being the only female in cap
tivity wearing headgear of straw.
he was goinj; to buy a house in Xow
I "That would be wonderful! but per-
want it to go as pail
what we owe," ieu gug-
wh just a eheap to ntuy ther.' us anr-
i where if I did without servants.
Tomorrow Barbara Is Reconciled ta
the 1'ulilie School for Robert.)
Til fui't that hn waa lsintriiiiv fn
6 i O.i thing Hiwt. The verv next tlnv
Robert's quarter whs up at the select'
pirvate school he had been attending. ,
1 wrote the teacher he would be d pupil '
nested. "We can't do that if the small "V " l"'n !"u."c rra"f,'J,,t i,,r,
fry are to be paid off." him to attead ptiblie ichooJ. IwailUN.
" ,"HK,, P"" Ior tR"n: 11 T.. 7 : u rail-nr wa driven Thursday. Tho rail
i Hiniu. f a i lit c.r uiuir l. K hi 1 "
glud to go where so many boya go. I've
always wanted to go to publie stbool,
mother, so don't look as if vou were
punishing me." I had told him noth- OTTV TXT a.,ru unTvc,
inj: of our ehnneed fortunes. Itut he nil I 11M SALLM ALU AYS
OUR INDUSTRIAL CONFLICT.
By Walt fl2Son
If I could run the weather for seasons two or three,
a medal made of laether you'd doubtless hand to me. The
climate now presented strikes us as being bad; most men
are discontented, and some of us are mad. When sun
shine's badly needed, the rain falls every day; the fields
by hard work seeded, are drowned and washed away.
And when we need some water to save our oats and rye,
the sun gets hot and hotter, and crops begin to fry. I'd
get my friends together and ask for their advice, if I could
run the weather ju.st once, or maybe twice. I'd ask the
honest voters, the farmers blue and tired, the weary bur
tVn lolei, to till what they desiml. I'd give them what
I hey wanted, a cyclone or sonic sleet; by precedent un
daunted, I'd give it and repeat. The man who runs the
weather sits in a tower alone, and carts no fig or feather
how weary mortals moan. He has no helpful system, no
u?cful plan in force; though we have often hissed him. he
goes his bughouse course; he keeps the punk sun sizzling
when we are needing rain, and sends the water drizzling
when floods are on the plain. He combs his hangdown
heather, and runs things hit or miss; if I could run the
weather I'd fill your lives with bliss.
IvJt iKt J
Samuel Gompers, president of the American Feder
ation of Labor, declared in opening the annual convention
of that body at Atlantic City yesterday, that the conflict
for industrial democracy is just beginning, and, speaking
for the labor element that he represents; said, "We are
making no unjust nor unwarranted demands, but we are
going to insist on an opportunity to live full, rounded
lives, worthy of the civilization of our times."
Some contrast to the ultimatum we have heard from
the lips of the radicals in Seattle. Chicag6 . and various
other parts of the country. ; And, also, much more likely
to result in progress along the path to the goal which labor
America realizes that a readjustment of the rela
tions between capital and labor must come with the other
reconstruction problems which face the nation, and it
can be said in all truth that America favors such a read
justment and will back labor in its demands so long as
they are fair.
It is the desire of the people of the United States that
workers in the ranks of labor should live "full, rounded
lives," but they demand that same right for all other clas
ses and, above all, respect for law and order and property.
With seven years allowed for the ratification of the
suffrage amendment by the states a few radical women
seem determined to force upon the states the expense of
special legislative sessions that the measure may become
operative in as many months. And these women who are
so lacking in patience with the process of the law are as a
rule those who did the least to gain equal suffrage.
The war department might put part of its surplus
supply of gas masks to good use in the senate chamber
The names of Borah and a few of his friends might
well be added to the list of conscientious objectors to
Andrew IKmicImss at Seattle, hns The first (Went fire of the aeuwn
mi Mil the i I of Mick Him 1., a$;.'l oecuiied this cek in the north end of
mi the eharue of bnving iinmli've't Jncksnu enmity. After burning over
the wife of OimiIiiss at' Srrnuton, I'll., quite nn urea and drstroviMg retmy Iosjs
0 i art, ao. the I'ue na etiiitiui;4t'i.
LADD & BUSH
General Banking Business
v-ncins Jane lGth Banking Hours will be
from 10 a.m. till 3 p.m.
HE BANE of old age is constipation. The bow
els become veak and unable to perform their
functions without aid. For this purpose only
the mildest and gentlest laxative should be used.
The use of harsh cathartics 'aggravates die trouble
and wakes the constipation worse. Chamberlain's
Tablets are a favorite with people of middle age
and older on account of their gentle action.
1 1 -
.aAL 1A.1T AD DiirAiiii iLriT Ii ait, LlsI SiXLl.u
doesn't take it someone else wilL It it
a lovely home. I am sorrv Mrs. 'or'oes
you feel it must ho given up. But I
guess there is no other way. You could
n't live here anyway, it wouldn't do
No, I eould see plainly it wouldn 't do
for us to nttraet any attention, or to
indulge in the slightest extravagance.
And in truth I had to wish to. I felt
crushed, us if all that I had thougnt
worth livinjr for had escaped wo for
ever. This feeling would puss away of
course. It waa wrong to givo it en
trance. I had Robert and I also still
hud Neil. It was all very hiud, cry
dreadful, but I tomforted myself as
lie.it 1 eould by thinking that it wusn'tj
no bad that it might not havo been
worse. Suppose that added to this ter-1
rible business trouble, I also had lost j
him to Itlanrhe Orton or soi.ie other
woman. That I felt I eould not have
"I enn't imniriiip wlmt we should
M. O. Bowers' piarinsi'v in Gold
Hill wat entered by burglnrs a few
Rights as and jewelry watches, etc,
to the value of J'-iOO we're taken.
The first pile for Astoria 'a marine
.way will eoat fciOO.oow and will have
, a lifting eapntity of t")i'0 deadweight
Famous In A Day For Her
Oatmeal Combination Does It
Tree Prescription Doss It Work freckles, tan,, sun spots, coarse pores,'
Overnight. Ton Can Prepare I rough skin, rud liness, wrinkles, and, in.
It At Tour Home fact every' blemish the face, hands and
New rork; Vt is mv own diwowrr ! f '
t takes just one night to get such ' ..biaatioa there And the' obiectioa-
results, says Jlae E4na ',!., .i;.nn, it ;. .k.
, li'il.l... v..) i u i,,. :. . " : ' " m-
hnve done without vou," I said trying . her wondirfiil ro nVn lex ion 7n,T h, Tm I "armieso ana will noi proouee
to smile throueh mv tenrs as Mr Frede- wonderful complexion and the im- or 8tlnulIate a p.OTih of hair No mat.
to smiie tnrougn my renrs as Jir. rreoe I proved appearance of her hands and .... rouirh and nniminlir h h.nds
nek begged me not to worry, lnt,t he :-,,, v,,i ..n .in th nm th
follew my advice she says:: I feel it through Uii work. and erposure to sua
my duty U tell every girl and woman , ,, wwdi this ottmfta, lpTwillo eom.
what this wonderful prescription d.dj hiaation will work a wonderful trnna
for me. Just think of tt. 1 never tire ,,,,,,; 10 v, ,v
would keep mo in touch with what tht y
Then he said: "But we can do noth
ing if all these people thaink they enn
Vu . T L I nt u llia 0,,,OT j'lst w'11 ,"8ht!Thonaaaai who Url used l it havi Thai
of them shall be eheated, Or go without , .hortf. such remarkable results Hem is .V , u8ea.It1 oave aa
a fair Interest. But yo musfremnher uL"ic. " ,a
what they receive will he very little Lwy ifft from my faee, ne.k, hand NrtK T H the bw,t effflct be ,ur
eomparedto what they have Wn led to ; and arms. I'ntil yon try it you can ""ow the complete directions eon
expect. But if they realize that It Is J form no idea of the marvelous change tained in every package of derwillo.
that or nothing they will ho only too.it will make in juw. one application. iott have wiY to get derwillo and oat
glnd to jet their Tiioney back Butt more The prescription which you fan pre-',,!,' VM1 nothing elsa And it if
interests than the banks pav." jpare at yonr own home i as follows: 80 almpla that anyone can use it; aai
I tried to be braTe, and kisjed Noll, Go to anv orocei-T and t ten cents ' W inexpensive tlftit any girl or
worth of ordinary oatmeal, and fromwoln"" eR9 afrord it. The tnamifaetrrr
any drug atorc a bottle of derwillo. ,,(l druggists guarantee that ther
Prepare the ontiueal as directed in ev- e notieenble improvement after
erv package of derwillo and apply""' first npplicafion or they will To
night and morning. The first applisa- the "wney. it is sold in this city
good bye quite calmly. But when they
had gone and I was Buro I would not
cause him worry by my tears I gave
way to tho nervous tension I wus under
and cried for an hour. Roailv I felt :
better afterward. And. at once began tion will astonish you. It makes the!"nl"',' money refund guar antes by
tft make plans for lenving. I told all skin appear transparent smooth and . department stores and all up to dale
the servants they were discharged. I velvety. I especially recommend it for ' ('r"fcgits including the Fry and ths
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"Roughing it de-luxe" expresses
vhat a summer outing may he in
the National Parks of the West.
AH the joys of the wilderness,
within easy reach of modern hotels
and railroad trains.
Here you can cargp out climb
mountains go fishing and hit the
trail in a region of peaks and can
yons, glaciers and geysers, Indians
and bears, deep woods and ice-fed
lakes. Around the corner are modern
resort hotels and miles of auto boule
vards. Summer excursion fares.
Ak for rhe bookleti you wnt. They dctrriha
elimstnne, GUrier, Rocky Mountiin, Mt rUi.
nicr, Craler Lake, VoMmite, Sequoia, Hiii( Cnti
OnvoB. Pelnrd Fotttt, Zion, Mess Vtrdt and Hot
bpringi of Arkinas.
Ak the loexl ticket agent to help pU your
trip, or arr'y to nrirtrt Conolidited Tirket 0ct
w a-Mrea Travel Bureau, U.S. R.R. AdmUnt.on!
H TnuiportatH B.Jg , Chicao 14) LiVrtv Sl.
r BiJj., Aiaou, Ga.
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