cr,r Editorial ram' of CHABLES H. FISHES Elitor and Publisher ammi journal TI'KSIUY K VEXING July 1, 1019 inev m Published Every Evening Except Sunday, Salem, Oregon Address All Communication! To (The 3niln.li2ipl journal 130 S. Commercial Et, OREGON ANTI-CARBURETORS rally, by Carrier, per year. Dally by Mail, per year SIBiiCKIPTION BAT IS tsm Per Monti 3 $3.00 Fer Month 35 FULL LKAStD VYIKE TfcUOiKAPM KtPOBT A Cleveland, Ohio, man is said to have invented an "anti-carburetor", which dispenses with the carburetor cf an automobile and feeds direct. As a result of this invention, he says, it will be pos sible to run ninety miles on a quart of gasoline, and even to run a short distance on water alone should gas give out It sounds like a fairy tale, but the public will be hope- lul that it is one of the fairy tales which will come true FOREIGN BEPBK8ENTATIYES W D. Ward, New York, Tribune Building. W. II. Stocawell, Chicago, People Qai Building THE COVENANTER LETTERS A discussion of the League of Nations Covenant, article by article, written by William IL Taft, ei-presldent of the United RUlcs. George W. Wlckerahao, formerly United State attorney gowsial, A. Lawrence Lowell, president of Harvard University, and Henry W. Taft, of the New York bar. ARBITRATION' law, mid thus e arry out ono of the j.ur- N'Butor Lodge objected to (hi oiigi-'poses expressed in the preamble; mune- .,-1 t . ,i i i" tin firm istiihlishmi.iit f Hi, nnrinr. n. i i i ai i ,i i -BI t cuxcuuni upua tue irrouaa 1 " practical, a reduction in price should accompany the re-J hie international dispute or Zli 1 aiuo"?' ?,ven" duction in demand for gasoline, and feeding the machine! I'ithor t the Unfile tourt ur t. the! A Long Step Forward n.DalC.p.t i l, Sl.ator Kwt, ou t!e otBor member of the League resort to var in fo.u im trr u ut. i ';, -.,v., ' i ' ' Y . . . ... ; hand, objected that it abandoned the "regarii of the covenants above re- is yOO OS lime, ftlUUtJ I'UUUII ID, iivuwuvm utuu , . ' . - j . we ean dotermine whether or not the earriert are following initructlona. Phone DANGER Lurks in cheap "self-fitted spectacles- A full realization jof this may come too late to repair the damage done, and the comfort of perfect vis ion may never again be real ized. IF YCU NEED GLASSES Get the best. They are cheap est in the end. At the same time you can learn the na- MOW II Only Some enterprising SOUl COUld invent an principle of eompuUorv arbitratwa for . 't shall ipso facto bt deemed f,,- f -TA f ,.,,K1Q . .J ul": for human beings which would reduce ! '-'- Bti,. t01eUd. to h.v. . ' M r V V a .ir ha. miad yon. W It hp niiantitv of food Pnti.nl tn lifp with 9 Pnnmtnnt ' 'V '!d f ?f. .,.0thr! '"mb"8 ..?.' 'h.! !hW Safe-guard yOUr eyes THE DAILY OAPITAli JOURNAL li the only newspaper in Balem whoee circulation it goaranteed by the Audit Bureau Of Circulations the quantity of food essential to life, with a consequent Mod to reduction in prices what a blessing it would be! NOW FOR THE FLU GERM! California held an election yesterday to vote on a $ 10,-000,000-bond issue and it carried by an eight to one vote. You must take off your hats to those Calif ornians when it comes to enterprise and the nerve to back it up. If we are rightly informed this will probably bring the amount cf the state's road bonds up to $100,000,000, but Califor iirliitnitinti. By the revised (Article XII), "The members of the Leng.ie j;ree that if there should arise be tweeu them any dispute likely to lead to a rupture, they wiil submit the matter either to arbitration or . to iniuiry by the council, Uhd they iiKree in uo case to reaort to war until three months after th cvard by the arbitrators or the leport by the council." This provision clearly adapts the pn fipha rontendeil for by the A.aer ienn deli-:;ntea to The Huirue. It is s,. The lawyers always manage to get what is coming to ,,lo"1",tc xm, whjby it Ithem. For instance, now that the fruit industry has be-Uhaii Kr ht... .....'...r; 1p.Ui.!i ,.,tv,c . r.,. nil nnvhn.1v knows thfv liiiv iret it overicome a very valuable asset to the state, we find the court wll" ' ,her rogmo to bo mit Z t V. !m Vei" hyom And hi S& "?d with suits to forceV annul contracts "rSSj !4:n nnA nt?nr.c nr. cnhu.pf tn voonrvpnt ntfjipka. i s- lawyer is enjoying tne prosperity oi tne &v tUIIUIIUliano Uliu "wv""J v u"j-v. v a ww. . Uf. , ,,. J ,, 1 . u. J. .. '1L u Tr i PctimntPd that t h a buff np d sease took 400.000 llu,l-o'" nL-iuiy wuuug it wua.min American lives last fall and winter, and as a result of Hiuuiisn a permanent court of """""'s tuuKmw. . , 111 lUbUlCi not to rejoice unduly. It may come back with devastating! w growing so rapidly in wealth and population that Pf L. a.'V V lliHIVl A AAbkV tlIV, tHUbt One of the most discouraging things about this dis ease is that, unlike most epidemics, it does not confer immunity. Its victims may catch it again within a few venint O severance of all trade or liimn-j c.al reiatroua and the termuutiou oi all ye have brightened the intercourse between the, memberj of the 0 League and the covenaut-b.eaking OUtlook for many. Let U3 siaie: r.i me exi)uision irom tne your eyes glad at HF.NRY P MORRIS & f.0. Eye Sight Specialists iai Artuies xi, xii, xv and xvi, Opposite Ladd & Bush Bank voncenunf; which Senator Hoot v.rote, League of the covenant-breaking state,! uud (3) such military and naval action as may be agreed upon by the League. The amended covenant ccrluii.!y has not weakened the provisions of S i.e orig death and disability cost the nation more than $2,000,000,' 000. We do not want this to happen next winter or any subsequent winter. There is much force, then, in the appeal made by Sec retary Lane for a congressional appropriation to pay the cost of finding out exactly what this enemy is and con quering it. lie says: All the union telephone girls want is $4 a day for six hours work and recognition of the right of one Julia O'Conner, of somewhere, to run the whole system. Too bad that anyone would oppose granting such modest demands. If the people in the summer time thought more about 0 Uu: i i i l a-- i. i ii i.ij. ti n,w ;a nn nconf rW onr, o fWiwanr. so vp n. juus aiiu less uuuui me leiiiperaiuie, mey vouiani teen years, it is equally possible that there is a bacillus 6U"er s,) much from heat- that may lie dormant througa a certain period, becoming active at stated intervals and producing the periodic waves that mark certain diseases. The bacillus of influ enza should be isolated and identified, so that we may be ttble to cope with it in future appearances. "Once the bacillus is found, medical men can evolve Fime way to kill it or make it drunk so it won't work. That has been found to be the most effective method of ren dering many germs inactive." We made the Prussians the war germs of the human race inactive at a huge cost. It is just as necessary to f ubdue the "flu" germs. And bv setting to work the ab lest medical scientists in the country, with the best facili-' ttfs ohtninnhlp. it r;in Drobablv no accomplished tor a - - - - " - i - - v Celebration begins tomorrow in Salem. Biggest time in the history of the Capitay City for the next three days! Hunting a Husband By MARY DONGLAS FEELING THE WAV. I . that the 1 irxt man : nili wiifl t tin mm I 1 a hi I he Mer h' nouse nnri v : I whose knew- . : r t?vo traction ot 1 per cent oi wnat tins enemy nas cosi ,lf .,, ,,, ; id f a few lut.,krrtor- us during the past year. The girls what prettv fresh faced typesl The men, t'Ki had that well CIIAITKU V. 'groomed look that told of outdoor life, an lmrdlv reali.e that it ia T. rV ! Wi"rpJl. ,Iu,,. .l'oted himself to me Lane -ed twenty five years, five ;',WH5 lanppoiiirea. u um seem ,oo oho years private secretary, who :n a guest at the Merle house party! I whose knew " Io you know you're very different from most girls," he said, balancing toast and tea, "You're so simple and who had was nice to promised to RIPPLING RHYMES Ey Walt M I M KNOWLEDGE. pa;'', or a chapter from an r.nglish1 novel. I I look around nt my room. Hew dain- j Hnnf foiled " ly anil vol now simple it is: i lie wnne wood work mill the Colonial furniture, trolled I ae lnijtue ciiriains snnviiii; in tne 'iri'i 'e. My own bath wiih its sunken tub and lis Milished nickel. T. leave these prosaic detail: look out of inv li'iuteil v. iiolnw ureen law ns tennis courts mid I' iMid, the ;;:uileiis, behind all clipped hedges. t then our lostess Dell Merle up. She 'seated herself beside Wilfred tills me that vou liae iu.-t ;ri'tunied from ulirond ,' That you were and to educated in a convent in France f Was Lovely ;t it,,. Hncr: Coenr? 1 have tVicmis -" )ell Merle Innkeil at me with her evenly ; bright knowing eves. "Vou and 1 must speak French together. I'm afraid. ' or by diplomacy, they will submit the wholo subject matter to arbitration; and by Article XIV, whieh requires the council to formulate and submit to tne members of tho League for adoption plana for the establishment of perma nent court of international jusiioo, which shall be competent to hear and determine nay dispute of an i.iternn tioual character which the pa.'tiea may submit to it, and which may also give and advisory opinion upon and dispute or question referred to it by the council or by tho assembly. Root's Criticism. .Senator Itoot urged an amendment by which the members of the Lcaguo should agree to refer to arbitration all disputes of a justicnblo clmrneier, which he defined to be "disputes as to the interpretation of a treaty, as to any question of international lnw, as to the exist ence of any fact whieh, if estab lished, would constitute a broach of any international obligation, or aa to tho nature and extent of the reparation to be inado for any nsch breach." The revised covenant, without spe fificady adopting that definition, in Article XIU, declares nil disputes of the character mentionod by Eenntor Root to bo "among those which are generally suitable for submission to arbitra tion": and further, that for tho co.ibidiTfillon of any such dispute, the court of arbi trnti'ni to which the c;;ae Is referred shall be the court agreed on by the par ties to the dispute, or stiplilalcu in any convention existing between tlTi. If, however, the parties to any such dbpute should fail voluntarily to nilur.it it to nrliilrtitin'i, they are bound, by Article XV, to submit it to the coune';!. In th.it event, the council is to fmVivor to el' foot a settlement, and if it f.n! to do so, then it may either unanimously. a luiijuiitv vote, publish a report I think those provisions arc well devised and should be regarded as free from any just objection s far us they relate to the settlement of the political questions ai which they are really aimed. Tl c pro visions which taken together ac complish this result are of the high est value. They arc developed nat urally from tho international pruo tice of the past. They are a Teut step forward. They create an ia stiution through which the public, opinion of mankind, condemning unjust aggression and unncoessaiy war, may receive effect and exut its. power for tho preservation of pence, instead of being dissipated iu fruitless protest of lament tion." Indeid, the revised covenant obvious ly aims nt a wider field, mid embraces wtihln its scope the settlement, not only urday. A large number of Nlverton boya at tended the baseball game at Scotta Mills Sunday. The game was lttwco Silverton and Scotts Mills and closed -with a score of 4 to 1 in Silverion'a favor. i H. K. Kicliardson was iu Portland Friday. Mrs. II. E. Browne visited ia Salem fntnrdny. T. E. McCrosky and Mr. Bac.ilng oa the Salem Commercial club were in the city Friday on. business pertaining t the Salem celebration. 'Oscar Strelhammer of Snlem was la the city Sunday. Leo Childs of Salem was in this itf Saturday. Mrs. Harry Bray and Mrs. E E. Tar- lor visited at the Cherry city Saturday. of political, but.of legal question! ai . r, " " ',..'., , B ' . . here renewing old acqamntanem well. It is therefore, a great improve- WOMEN " EVERYWHERE Praise Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ai the Greatest Remedy for Woman's Ills. There's always something more to learn, however Much we wot of now; important truths, that throb and burn, man ought to store behind his brow. Physicians -net seem that 1 muid ever walk nat loot weeping?" dwell in every town whose unused minds have gone to ',"!". t-oi'ti; mey turn uie neipiui journals (town, tney uo not drinking tea. study, they do not read. They have diplomas on the wall; what more could any patient wish? Tlu-v wait for the in fresucnt call, and sigh, "Dad blame it," or "Odsfish!" And there are lawyers on our street who quit their studies long ago; in fourth rate court rooms they repeat the few moth-eaten things they know. The doctors who are win ning fame, the lawyers who are coining dust, know wellj .,,,'',,,. that in life'lmsy game none can afford to carry rust. The i EXECITION OF PACT things we learned in days of old will make a base, tho seers! Continued from page one) relate, on which to rear a structure bold of knowledge !,,,, u,u I bnihed my face nnd hands. I slip 1 though, I'm rather rusty." jeoiitaining a statement of the f:icts con- peil into a liht dress. One that I had, "Oh, don't " I mi id with H little - taiiiiug a statement of the facts of the made invseif. (Say it softly here). As choke of emotion. Hut it was not of , dispute and the recommendation:! deem As I went down the staircase my hands 'the kind she thought. led just and proper in regard therito. were icecolil. I was nervous. It ilnl M cunt even tnniK or fiance with-ilf ii,,. renoit i nnnnimniislv annod tn 'bv fill the momliers of the onnoil. ex. urallv into that room, where the group r-he put her i.and iu mine and said1,,',.. ti,n,, reiireseiiiiiu. ttin ili ii.uti its were chntteriiig and softly, "I umleistHiul. lint I do WBiit ,,,. ,j,, . ., Hi I- ' ' ' 'uill, nn tmitv t. tlm Hiatnifi, nhi,h 1'ic been anviug this chair fori will mean so much to her. And to vou I ,.,,' , ,, ",,, .,,, i,.t;. vou, said Wilfred Hale as 1 pushed too. she added. ,. . ,, ., , , . ,' . ,. ' , , , , ,. ,, i the report. The council mav nlsu r.fer aside the portieres. I am dressing for dinner. More ami; 1 , .. , . ., ,, , At first the room was a confused I more I seem to be entangled in the ; 'V "c,ch dispute to the assembly, and blurr ef fuces. Kach indisting-.iishal le i sillv lie 1 told so carelesslv. I wh have sl,:l11 r'f'r . t(VVft. of "m'r f.o.n Hi eoiher.Hul giaduallv as 1 sank never been abroad. I who have never l'a"' f""r'',', uil.v" a.ler in,, a low chair near a group at the seen the outside of a convent door! ,ll, ""bmissu.n Ot the dispute to the ten t:ible, 1 gained mv self eenfide'ice.' (Tnmoi row " (letting iu UeeiK'l ") leouucil. Tliy defect in this plan is thut it fails the Adiiatie'-' av ""Bn "!,.v ru" onmiiig ui,.n lite ituutio'i possibly had a bei;r ,1 A.istrian op; osi- l , ... m l . i . . . li'e.-n ar.u up-io-daie. inemenwno tninlv tney know jiu 0n the last minute rimng enough will cut but little grass below; they'll always find i providing for leaving more the sledding tough, and few to mourn them w hen they go.i!r""i' " the Rhine than w, originally No man can know no much, in sooth, he shouldn't to his'1,u,t');J; , u books return; there's always room for one more truth, a 'i.vTherwe there's always something more to learn. i. LADD & BUSH BANKERS Established 1SGS General Banking Business Commencing June ICth Banking Hours will be from 10 a.m. till Z p.m. ill have t.i ! r.p- ejecutive council of the lcin;ie f tint ions, tlier will have lo con-: form with leagne rnlea. j Russia Is Heard. i$ M. Muhikoff, former Russian s:iir sador to Paris, ndlressed tie five ithis nioining with repanl to Bess,, r.i W, ! it was learned from semi-official; sources. Mulukoff is flip filst H issinn ' r- tre. eiitative ta aiitrnr offidiiHr be ! f .re the delegates. It was point ! r. ed out t.tilsr that this l partly the re sult of allied recognition of Admiral KobKk The big five p'simed trHr - re .luoe consderition of the Austrian treatv, if complete enmntitti-e nppoint meets were finished and oliur details arranged. The new Ita'inn delecstion I dv!ar ed ia hold a milder attitude Cn the Ki E Umie i-lUm thaa the funm'r ?omniis sion, out i?c at the carle drsiic to have iiolii'ii disposi'd nf in thi. treutv, altliouh thew is som tion to this. iu l.ians.i meantime tae Aiisinan r.e e- Vinerieaa u' "r ' St. (ierumiii anuiiog meir call by the allies. Voluutrfrilt, they have moved t smaller (pinners to re duce eipenaea. incut upon the original scheme, SILYERTON NEWS Kilverton, Or., July !!. Miss Mabel Porteifield, a nurso from ovcrijoas, is' visiting Miss Doroughty, matiou of the Silvcrton hospital. Mrs. Elizabeth Downs of Foitlund is visiting relatives ia the city, i-h? will return to her home after the Fourth. Kilverton is making great preparation! for her chautnuqua and Fourth of July! celebration. Tho ehautauqus stilts to- . day with a big musical number, l'.oclhs New Haven, Conn." For two years md s'tunds of various designs are bung I suffered with a female Weakness, constructed on most all of the vacant Pin; "tf and, painful periods, lots close in I Bnd I ws so weak and tired that I was v :' D ' . i: I not able to do my work. A friend told Miss y.vuiu Brown sis er of Uo. t. HTlet0U9eLydi8 Pinkham's Vegeteblo Krowne, is t0 be the l.uddcs of Lib-, impound and it gave me (rwat relief, city fur the 1'ouith. Jliss ilmu id ser My pains left me and I am now able to will iippenr as Columbia. I do my work and feel fine. . You can pub- Miss lilanclio Btevenson visited with lishmy testimonial and if your Vegetable Mrs. Brewer at Siifem Sunday. Compound does others as much good as -Mrs. I'annie SStrango of liosoliuig ia it has me I will be very much pleased." visiting ut the (irant Davie home over Mrs. CliARLES E. Morgan, 87 Sea the Fourth. 1 treet ew haven, Conn. Mr. ii'id Mr. fieorge S;eel!iainmer end T. Kirstugeii are spending a uavs in Ionian, i mis ween. -ir. oieei- because it contains tho curative, hammer expects to complete the H'irin- strengthening properties of (rood olj er's degree of the Masons wuile there. ' fashioned roots and herbs, which act ( has. Webb has been employed by ' directly on tho female organism, the city council as nlghtwtvtch. rrv . Mrs. T. A. Ileal and son, Donald, ' .J1" rnJ,,IT? 7W ?h . lonft for children in their homes vet are were in Salem Saturday. ' ieniecl this happiness on account cf The logging camp closed down Sulur- some. functional disorder which in most day night until after the Fourth. Most cases would readily yield to Lydia E. if the luggers Bnd their families came Tinkham! Vegetable Compound, down from camp Sunday. Tho nulls . . , . will be closed Wednesday r.nd remain jfc"'"'1 Pw cP,hn , , , , , ;, !.! ontl1 tney have pven this wonderful dosed for the balance of too week in micine a trial, and for special advice rder to give the employes a I'M'J" write Lvdia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.. celebrate. Mtg.fcfclla Lynn, Mass. The result of 40 yeara M r. .lelin Wolftird n in Si.le. i rvit- experience ii at vnur service. The reason T.yt'in F Pinl'bom'a Vnw. few , ptuhlrt Pnmnnnnd ia ttn wn.et.fn1 Enjoy a Swim the ROUND COAST LEAGUE BASES I By Foiled Tress.) erdnv's winners: (ssli. niiincil or the nsemldv for detcrmiiia tion of disputes of a justicabld feature. This ouiissioii is somewhat empl.asiwd by the provision in Article XV, that "if the dispute between the parties is c!aio i d by one of thrr.i, ui.d iS found by the council to arise cut of a matter which by inteinit'om.l law is solely within Jhe domestic jurisdiction of that party, the etu.. cil shall so report, and shall u.ake no recommendation as to its settle- ment."' I la this ease, the council niu.-t be gov i cruel in its decision by inleinitii.ral law, whcjer.s there is no such provision! in express language made bindi-.jf n;wn ! ithe council or assembly with cspi'ct to isrrixi ig it their recommendations jr re-1 pert conrernitif disputes, even of the I nature deserilwrt in Article Alll, nnd f the, defined by Senator Root as j'isticable. s.vitel Hut it can hardly be imagined that .1, Ver- Yrst r.oii. Tiie Ouks took the firt g.;u.e i wivk from the Solnns, Mi) l d- the fact that Ult BBatart gathered tha come il wou'd decide, except upon he's i i o jwrll recog lied principles ef iatcrna- Fonr mnt ia tit fifth gave tks gamt tionr.l law. any dispute which involves to the Tigers over the Bees, 4 to 0. . ithe interpretation of a treaty, a qaes- McuiIhth of the I.oj Angeles Kad atioa nf international law, breach of in Kra wisco clubs didn't a git ch..nce to ternational obligation, or damages f:oru cither vote vt yfor ball yesterday a .i h breach. It also mav feao:iab'y he they i-re traveling. The ck'! wit! rssnmed that there will grow -jp i.i the meet the Kaiuiers "on the Kit tc r ' J application of thev provisions a lo.ly s eager to sptt.e the isue crouos; the Angels will sap ous jiti cf preccttents, wiio-a in theie.elves will t possible motirnt. The with the IteaTera at Portland. ron-tltute edi fications nf intvrnaiUaal "it 4iCS?. ;J ' . J J" D "Come on in fellers the water's fine" That3 the cry of every one that has been in swimming at enlson s OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Prices 15c and 23c Baths of Court St.