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THE DAILY CAPITAY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7r1919.
G (Eapttal ifmmtal
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
Publsked every evening except Sun
day by the Capital Journal Printing
Co., 136 South Commercial street,
Editor and Publisher
Telephones Circulation and Busi
ness office, 81; Editorial rooms 82.
National Advertising Bepresenta
tlvea W. D. Ward, Tribune Building,
New York, W. H. Stock well,. People'
Gas Building, Chicago.
TIPS FOR HUNTERS.
New York, Oct. (United Press.)
Every experienced hunter knows what
a good dog is. it sn't given to every
one, however, to know how to keep a
dog in condition and get the best out
of him. Tho fall hunting season will
soon be in full swing and the following
tips may be of aid in adding not only
to tho comfort of the dog but the success
of the hunter. . -
AYEBAGE DAILY CIKCULATION
Certified 'by Audit Bureau of Circulation.
FULL LEASE WIRE TELEGRAPH
Entered as second class mall matter
at Salem, Oregon.
By Walt Mason.
The dear old times of long ago seem
far away mid hazy, the good old times
we used to liiow, before tho. world went
crazy. We trotted to our (livers tasks,
contented early risers, mid put our sii-v-
Ingn down in casks, nor fretted over
kaisers. We followed then the baseball
games, and thrashed tliein over nightly
and to the movies took our dames, when
lights were. glowing brightly. All, life
was then serene Bud sweet, a ulenaiuit
t'lioeitiu cycle; una no one una it m
for Pete, or cussed the name, of Michael.
Hut now our ruges never stop, we're hot
beneath, our .collars; if for an -hour J
cease to yawp, some other fellow hollers.
Each voter pucka around a brick, and
, brazen knacks we carry, we take a full
from Tom to Dick, and throw some" rockB
ut Harry, We don't know why our heads
uro sore, wo don t know why we're rat'
tltd, but still we rant and walk the floor
&H when the natious buttled. Oh, for
the happy golden days when we nit round
and twittered, and tulkod of whjtntem
We could rinse, and not a heart embit-.
terod, Oh, for the bygone peneoiui
nights, when, done with' daily labors, we
rnoked our pipes and flew our kite,
like anna Mid kindly neighbors. ;
HARD PROBLEMS FOR
NEW COSSACK STATES
HAD there been proper safeguards as required by law
for the protection of the public, at the State street
railroad crossing, yesterday's tragedy would have been
It seems absurd that here, under the shadow of the
dome of the state capitol, within sight of the office of the
Public Service Commission, the. grade crossing on the
principal street of the second city of Oregon is left with
out automatic warning and safety devices, without a
crossing signalman or other public protection.
Thft worst", flf if is that t.Vlia is nnlv una nf rnamr rlan.
i . o i i , i . i , I Perhaps your dog has not been hnntca
gerous railroad crossings m Salem where fatal accidents ; bef or0 this scuson.Jt mav be that he is
are liable to occur at any time--and all to avoid the com
paratively trifling expense of installing safety devices.
There is scarcely a hamlet in Oregon where the pub
lic is not offered better protection upon the railroad street
crossings than, in Salem. Signalmen; automatic gates,
warning gongs, elsewhere safeguard pedestrian and ve
The fact that those injured in Mondav's disaster were
all railroad emnloves and that the nnlv nrnnertv loss was legated to hot
that sustained by the railroad company ought to convince jlSf 3 JETLS
iuii uau Uiiuuais VI Uie lOliy 01 neglecting requirea.'"'; The principal states ar the Don, Ku-
nrun'jiTnnno I vn l 1 tr n e nnci vi r wnvyi i.ivKt- rt ri I - ....... ...l;, wit- onviuu o ini.hnn mil rr..i.i. oni. i
"' '""ual U1U1C UK"t LU Alll 111U .i! i ,, fi; , numuciing
Washington. (United Press.) The
Independent Cossack jBtates of southern
Russia are passing through a priod
similar to the revolutionary period in
America, accordiu? to word received by
the American Red Cross from Major
Robert Davis, of New York City, who
recently arrived at Novorissek,. in the
..It mav be that he ia wueaussua, wit a. a shipload of Am-
just off the chain and not in field trail ifriean supplies for the relief of destitute
condition. His muscles are flabby, his ,' civilians. ;
flesh is soft nnd long continued wors Tllc Cossack states arc landed t ogeth
will incapacitate him for the next day.ier bllt llave not t reacnea ihe stage
A short preparatory run whore thorelthtt hromrht forth tho A,.ri,.n .
is no game will often tono down a dog '6titution, according to Davis. Each state
and fit him for work. ' . " ' ' still reluctant to exchange its individ
If the hunter is away from home on 'nal lroe(lcm for tha ttuthority of a ce.
an expedition the first, care should be to ;tral government, and is struggling to de
see that the dog has proper quarters ftcmUlft tho e0Btrol of eurrency (axes,
for the night. His care should not be dc- Btate militia. -
notel servants but ttie master j,. mailv Aemilfm th , ,,
, e-f states' lights trouble).! political
annual output at from 10 to 50 billions.
After 1920, manufacturing censuses
are to be made biennially. They will
show wages, costs, vnlue and nature ol
output, and other detailed facts.
.Mouth, Board and Bed
Permanent wor,k. Sundays off.
Best food best quarters best pay of
any boat on river, Some employes now
. ; : Apply
WESTEBJT TRANSPORTATION It
WILLAMETTE NAVIGATION , CO.,
West Linn, Oregon ,
Construction work has begun at Her
miston on permanent buildings te
house the seventh annual dairy and
hog show, which will be held October
22 to 24. ' .
main its OWn emnloves and smash its Wrtmntlwa nA on ra l ,Lll JlTZTr: l abo"t Ofim. They have chosen as
.. . i---y - """"" "'"! ;"' " " ""i, Mi leal er General Don kinn oc ,
main its owi
than it has to smash ud the nublic. . tbe fu!1 mcal b sivn at night after
"Safety first" is the motto of the railroad company,! Z&'X I tAtZBr
and as a rule it lives ud to its motto but safetv first re- m. good digest wen while he is kuAl $1, ' "f .,icd Crpss re'
, - i. . . - tiutiuis mm eiuiuuig are scarce
$ ; ) Open Forum : $
To the Editor-r-Heplyiug to your re
quest for ideas on the luitioing, problem,
the writer believes this is easily solved
-build more houses if there is any
one in Salem wanting to own their own
borne the writer of this will build one
or six houses as fast as material ami
labor can lip furnished, just the lain
of a house wanted on a beautifully sit
uated lot just the size wanted, for a
minll initial payment and tho balance
monthly, us ymi now pav your rent.
DA NiK Li J. FJfY.
quires gates at the State street crossing.
IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED.
IF SALEM is to grow in population sufficiently to meet
t.hf Hpmands nf tha tlPVvlv PsraVilicViorl inrliiornioo i io
- -,. , " . . v, . . .,vw.ltllV vi xiiuuubl Ito, L L 10
essential that a little speed and pep be put into the efforts
to solve the- housing problem. .
Mr. McNary estimates that 500 cottages or 800 apart
ments will be needed at once to house the employes of only
two 01 several or aaiem s new industries. A building pro
gram upon a large scale is necessary for it is probable
that over 1000 cottages could be utilized before spring.
Mr. McNary suggests also the" appointment of a com
mittee of responsible business men to prepare data and
statistics lor submission to capitalists, with a view of in
ducing them to invest money in a building program.
The suggestion is a good one but should be acted up
on at once. The committee could secure prices upon build
ing sites for apartments and cottages, of even short term
options, together with tables of cost of material and labor.
There are many large contracting firms and buildint?
syndicates in the country whose services were utilized by
ship building plants and war industries to erect large sized
towns as if by magic. The system and methods of these
wholesale building concerns can . be utilized to solve
Salem's problem as they are being made use of in other
states. . !;.',
A BURLESQUE UPON THE EIGHTS
AND LIBERTIES OF INDIVIDUALS!
To the Editor:-rt developes that the
families of Buleni, in limited ciicuui
ptMiiee.i, can no longer ptiVhase for their
Dons wearing uppnittl that suggests eenn
cimy coupled wtih lasting qualities! no,
not until some of the "gentlemen"
(murk the word well!) iu the high
s.'lmcil are consulted nnd their consent
and approval secured.
As daily brcud winners, ar,. we to sub
mit to suck dictation, merely because
tlieso "gentlemen" of high school
I nowledgo. Mid. power enn not be eu.
trolled beyond the bounds of the school
grounds? io law to sustain a reason
able, objection, no action obtainulile
1 com tne sr 11001 rim horit lest wo artl in
deed in a sorry plight.
It would seem then thnt the public
in Malein must needs humbly to bow to
the edicts of the upper classmen and
unless tliey'soe fit to widen our choice
of wearing uppaiel we shall be "com
Velleil" (that word vests so easily (1)
on the minds of free born American cltl
uens) to purclmse only such clothes for
our children as will meet the approval
ot these high school autocrats; but our
offspring must not wear any thing
which these young "rulers" may wish
themselves to don.
Ouly those who may or have besn
touched personally by such au exper
ience cuii fel deeply on this subject mid
to those I question, shall wo bow in
humble ubiuission to such autocratic
! A CITIZEN.
HUNTING A HUSBAND
By Mary Douglas
A whole week iu Hout
Irino has flown by.
1 luvu the dignified clutrin of the little
town. Tall, bare elms, stretch up their
urins each sido of u witlu incline.
Aunt Kmily 's house is opposite the
Common. 1 can fiviiitly remember it nil,
since 1 wns u little girl of ten. The
same brass knocker then, lis now, is on
tho white colonial door. How 1 love,
I he old house! Thy polished floor. Tho
rugs mi which 1 used to slide across the
floor, The colonial furniture and t n
grandfather's dork tliat stands on th
stairs. The tall brass cunilliwt ieks,
gleaming over the brick fireplaces.
And Ihiiinnh at the door, "Why, how
vou've grown, Miss 'Snrn!"
It is good to be with mother. To sec
dear Aunt, Kmily, who is getting about
again, now. And Cousin Hum, who
looks at; mo through his glasses and gays
"piant, you are changed." (Jiuto as if j
I would still weur pigtails down mv
back, iu spite of my twenty-five years.
It makes me feel almost as if I. were
a little girl again. A girl who must
drop curtsies to tho visitors the pro-
ressors and their wive.
After 1 was unpacked, and had given
Mother nnd Aunt Emily an account of
my two months in the Square, nnd my
slay nt Cinuisin Madeleine's (a very ex
purgated account, however), Aunt Kinilv
nid, "How glad you must be, to be
with civilized people again,''
The inugii T felt bubbling up in me.
;T held buck.
It is all the same. Yet, how different.
Far now T see South Minster "with the
eyes of a woman.. Already I am getting
: Ooverdale Notes.
adjusted to iny now environments'. I
know that 1 shall find,. myself here. And
perhaps, find, too
Who can tellf
Cousin Kam is assistnnt professor in
the college. He offered to take me over
What a walk. Through the quiet:, al
most deserted streets. Yet I felt thut
here u blind was lifted; there a uluidc
wi-.s raised to peek nt Mrs. Searing's
nioce Sum Lime., .The college build
ings arose from the campus. Gray stone
buildings covered with ivy.
1 liked' tho bright faced boys I saw
strolling about. Though they looked
vnuligor to me than the usual college
hoy. War had made such a difference
iu the college. The ranks are so thin
Cousin Sain met me on tho steps of
"Snru," he Raid, "I'd like to have
you meet Professor Co before we iro
over tho buildings. Ho is giving a course
in English noetry, I am sure von would
enjoy it. The professor will be glad to
have you in his classes. "
We were walking through the hall. A
tall man was coming toward us. He
limped, slightlv. A mnn, perhaps, 'of
thirty five. Professor Cue!
It needed only the first words thnt wo
spoke to each other, for mo to know
that I liked him,
I liked the tunned, smooth skin of his
face. His teeth tlmt gleamed white
when he lnughed. I liked his steady)
eyes. " i
And 1 am to be in his class. I shall1
know him. And yes, I hav,, interested I
other men. Perhaps ,
(Tomorrow A New Interest.)
in the fielft.
If you have a brace of doge work
them alternately. Let one do the hunting
while the other is resting at heel. Do
not permit a dog to lie in water for -any
length of time whilo afield. An occasion
al Tjlunpcs will dn no harm, however.
! o,. ,...t, ,,.;,, n ,,l..i, -,..
u i.iuiitiuj; ixi uiu, CAoimiic uur
dog carefully. A slight hand rubbing
will disclose thorns or briars. They can
not be removed too quickly 'if found.
Hpecial attention should be given to
the feet. If they are inflamen or ten
der, they should be bathed in beef
brine which can be obtained from any
butcher. If tht) skin is worn or the foot
wounded, vaseline should bo applied. If
very badly off, the dog should be "laid
up" mi til he reaches condition again.
and in many places people are starvintr.
All epidemic of typhus has taken heavy
toll. . . .
Census to Come
Keep Sloan's, the World's Lini
ment handy to allay aches
THOUSANDS of men and women,
when the least little rheumatic
crick assails them, have Sloan's
Liniment handy to knock it out.
Popular a third of a century ago far
more popular today.
That's because it is so wonderfully
helpful m relieving all external aches
and pains sciatica, lumbago, neural
gia, overstrained muscles, stiff joints,
weather exposure results. A little is
all that is necessary, for it soon pent
trates mthout rubbing to the sore spot.
Leaves no muss, stained skin, clogged
pores. A bottle today is a wise pre
caution. Keep it handy.
All druggists 35c. 70c.. Mft
Want A Handy Wife?
Well Here She Is!
London, (By Mail,) If you want ti
complete wife como to England. ,
Hha can be supplied with or without
frills, according to taste. But'she"H oe
The English girl is not so satisfied
with herself a she used to be. Compe
tition begot by tha war has shown her
that bIio lacked many accomplishments.
So now she's going back to school. She's
determined to know all, tho things a
wife should know, i
Tho idea originated with the .Khaki
collego which was established to train
thc future wives of Canadian soldiers in
tho wider knowledge of dom?atic scion
ce demanded by life overseas. The girls
made themselves so efficient that thc
Canadian soldiers had everybody envy
ing them, and now the (rest of tho Eng
lish girks are following suit.
Schools are being opened to train the
girls in siioeial branches of doracsttc
work necessitated by tlio calling of theii
future husbands. The curriculum In
cludes: . ! ..
Dairying, care of poultry, gardening,
bookkeeping, house upholstery, first aid,
infant care, dressmaking, embroidery,
home nursing, boot repairing, house
planning, physiology, tailoring, enterta
ining, conversing, music, tnsto in dress.
In addition they will bo taught to do
all those unexpected odd jobs which
crop out in a-liotisehold. They will
know what to do if the electric light
fuses blow out. Thoy will know the
remedy for froaen water pipes.
Washington, Oct. (United Press.)
A statistical picture of manufacturing'
in tho United States will be obtained
by 1500 special agents of the census bu-
I reau, who will begin collection of inf or-
mation January 2, when the decennial
population count is started.
. The manufacturing census, however, is
; separate. The last one was made for
.1914. It showed factories under normal
si, conditoins for seven months, after
which the world war was in progress and
a temporary industrial depression occur
red. The coming census, which will cover
the year 1919, will show factories
tno transition irtmi a war to a peace
It is estimated it will find there art,
approximately 300,000 manufacturing
plants, employing between . 9,000,000
ndUO,000,UOO persons, and . having an
The object cf face powder,
as every -woman lmows, L
to -make her nore charming
Soul Kis3 Face Powder has
that cc;;j!:i-;iter qiiility cf
ctvy rtj cs :t iV lelihtfufly
perfiraec! -raij of utmoet
Meyer Broiiers Drug Co.
Cost Of Medicine
'"Although I jmid 0y $2 for 2 bot
tles of Jtayr's Wondiyful Koinedy 1
wouldn't take $100 for what 2 doses
have done for me. My partner al&o has
taken a dose with wonderful results.
He was threatened with an operation for
stomach and bowell trouble and is sure
he will be all right now. We both tut
fered from indigestion and bloating with
gas.'' It is a simple, harmless prepara
tion that removes the catarrhal mneus
from the intestinal tract and allays the
inflammation which causes practically
ail stomiich, liver and intestinal ailments
including appendicitis. Olio dose will
convince or money refunded. "J. O. Per
ry and. all druggists.
l i r
wT ww.r. nsV
ml VodWrn. Si. (WtumaAr
!SSl Grvis. fV, (SUj-tonlfjfjj
If you are troubled with pains or
riches; feel tired; have headache,
indigestion, insomnia; painful pass
age of urine, you will find relief in
LApp '& bush;
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Wrr t - mil -i 1
IS NOTHING equal to Chamberlain4
Tablets for constipation. When the proper
dose is taken their action is so agreeable and so
natural that you do not realize that it is the effect
of a medicin::. These tablets possess tonic proper
ties that aid in establishing a natural end regular
action of tha bowels. Chamberlain's Tablets have '
cured man j cas-33 cf cLromc constipation.
Th world's standard rndy for Udnsy,
livsr, bladdtr and uric acid troubiss and
National Rtmady of Holland sine 169&
Three size, all druggiiits. GuiranlKd
Lmk for tlx CoU MUI m m, Wa
aaa aeaaat aa iaWutioa
(Capital Journal Special Service".)
Clovciditle, Or., Oct. 7. Miss Klliel
, Oraijf begins school today in the Clear
water s. liool nortir of Salem.
Mrs. Qeorgo Weallierill and daughter
Tina were 8a!em visitors Friday.
.Ueorge Weathcrill liaj uureliased t
new Ford car recently.
Air. llemiis lias one of his boyhood
chums from Iowa viuititig here. Ik
drove tthrotigh In an nutumoliile, ar
rivin-v here Saturdr.y. After a short visit
lie expects to return by way of Califor
nia. Mr. Clyde Kelly of Turner to tench
C)o'erilale achool. Mrs. Kelly, formerly
Min Pearl Blackmun tau(jh' a very suc
cessful term hero two years ago aiid the
outdl will nil rejoice to find he i tn
be their instructor ouco more.
Increased Cost of Newspapers
On the ground that it will have tojiny I per cent,' 'the Times declurcB. "We can
$300,000 more for its newsprint in .1010
than in !!!!, the Seattle Times has in
creased its subscription price from thre
to fiv0 cents daily, and from seven 'i,
cither cease publication and wind up oiif;
niimr; can upon ailverliscrs to pay,
through advanced nrtes, this additional
cost; can il'vide this additional cost 1
between itu ren,tf.i-a II, ,ulva,f.tla.,va
ten cents Sunday, and has also increased j,,,,,,. Pllll mlu, thl, fmt of pllllHfa ,
its advertising rates. . Uion by printing less news and fewer!
Iu n public statement, the Times cx-jnnd less expensive features, or. make'
plains that its Sunday psper weighs a some combination nf these three prcced j
pound and a half and, with newsprint at insr b'ans. The Times hits selected the '
five cents n pirn nil. costs it Seven nnd t'lnsl plan." I
half cents for wtiwr stock alone, al- Newspapers nil over the counti v are !
tlioi"h tha Sunday issue are sold to confront,., I l,v ilie ,,1.1 fn.t ths '
vendors nt four cents. Its daily pa j of production "lias greatly Increased and '
pers weijfli a half pound pach, so the 'must increase revenue, diminish expend I
publishers merely break even at the Iturcs or suspend wild icfltion. the Timeu
udvanccd subseription price by ellin; ! concludes. " I
Thc ;ost of production has advance Marion conntv's m,l, , ,;.
the dailies to vendors at two and a hr.lfiwill net the er'owern more than 100..
41. .r;..v, , r i m unit '
hj u4 nwtv iuwiu tuuu -uu
Most of the severe cases of eye
troubles arc caused by neglecting
Hi eyes after the symptom of
eye, strain are plainly marked.
An immediate examination and
relief of th strain will prevent
If your eyes or th eye of
your children have any symptom
of eye straiu, why not hnve them
EXAMINED THIS WEEK r All
HENRY I MORRIS & CO.
' Xyeslght Speeiajists . ;
Opposite Ladd It Bush Ban- . -
805 Stata Strt
Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone
costs only a few cents.
Doctor Tells How to Detect
Harmful Effects of Tobacco
Try These SIMPLE TESTS
New York. Dr. Connor, fornicn
John, Hopkins hospital, say.: hundreds pace, then stop. If you find tha yoa
of thousands of men wh0 smoke and are. out of breath, if your heart beat la
chew and who believe tacmselves fni-n,i i
healthy are suffering from progressive.be the victim of a functional or orBanio
T With your fingers! You can lift off
any hard eorn, soft' corn, or eorn be
tween the toes, and tho hard skin cal
luses from bottom of feet.
A tiny bottle of "Freexona" easts
little at any drug store; apply a few
drops upon the corn or callus. Iastant
lv it stops hurting, then shortly you
lift that bothcrsoase corn at eallus right
off, root and ail, without one tut or
pain or soreness. Truly! Ko humbug!
uigamu Hiuueiiis. xney wouiu never
have beennfflictcd had it not been for
the use of tobacco and most of them
would soon get well if they would onlv
stop the use of tobacco.
The best known habit forming prin
cipal ot tobacco is nicotine, but the
most deadly and demoralizing is fur
fural. Both are deadly poison, which,
when absorbed by tho system siowi.
but surely, affect the nei res, mem
branes, tissues, vital organs and vitality
of the body.
The harmful effect of .tobacco varies
and depends on circumstances But the1
individuals In gome it" causes scleral
debility, other catarrh of thc throat, ln-
heart trouble. If you feel that yon must
smoke or chew to quiet your nerves,
you are a slave to the tobacco hebu and
are slowly poisoning yourself with the
insidious deadly drugs, nicotine and fur
fural. In either case, you have just twa
altjhiativcs keep on with your self
poisoning process regardless ot the dan
gers, and suffer the conscquencts, or
rid yourself of the habit and escape
tho dangers. " -
Yon can overcome the craving and
stop the tobacco habit in a very short
time by using the following inexpensive
formula. G0 to any drug stoie and ask
for Nicotol. Take one tablet aftcr eack
mcal and in a comparatively ahori time
digestion, constipation, extreme nervous !yu i" have no desire for tobaut..
ness, sleeplessness, Joss of memory. lack
of wilt power, cowardice and fear, men
tal confusion, etc.; in others it causes
heart disease, bronchial troubles, hard
ening of the arteries, palpitation oi the
heart, tuberculosis, blindness, c-neer
and the common affliction known as to
If you use tobacco in any form you
easily tetect its harmful effects by mak
ing the following simple tests:" Bead
aloud a full page from a book. If your
voice becomes muffled, hoarse and In
distinct ond you mnst frequently vlecr
your throat the. chances arc that your
throat is affected by catarrh nnd it may
be the beginning of very serious ca
tarrhal trouble. Next, in the morning,
tefore taking your usual &moke, walk
The craving will have left you. Wifk
the nicotine poisoning out of your sys
tem your general health will quickly im
Note: When asked about Mceto,, one
of our leading druggists said: Nicotol
is truly a wonderful remedy for the to
bacco tbit. It is way ahead of any
think we have ever sold before. We
are authorized by the raanufactmcia t
refund the money to every dissatisfied
customer and we would not permit tha
use of our name unless the remedy pos
sessed unusual merit." Nicctol is sold,
ia this city under an iron-clad money
back guarantee by aH up-to-date drug
gists, including I. J. Fry and other
good druggists. ;