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THE DAILY CAPITAY JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919.
lt Capital iountai
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
Publshed every evening except Sun
day by the Capital Journal Printing
Co.. 136 South Commercial street,
Salem, Oregon. "
Editor and Publisher
Telephones Circulation and Busi
ness office, 81;. Editorial rooms 82.
National Advertising Representa
tives W. D. Ward, Tribune Building,
New York, W. H. Stock well, People's
Gas Building, Chicago.
AVERAGE DAILY CIRCULATION
Certified 'by Audit Bureau of Circulation.
FULL LEASE WIRE TELEGRAPH
Entered as second class mail matter
at Salem, Oregon.
By Walt Mason.
Its pebbled marge the streamlet lr.ves,
it's l'roliosome and frisky; and people
come to lup its waves who used to call
for whiskey.- From distant springs its
water start and flow through meadows
feruy; it. doesnt' break a hiimnn heart
thvonyliout its whole blamed journey; by
green mid bosky dells it flows, wnrre
thirsty things enn fiud It, and doesn't
paint u mortal's nose, or lea ve bad tastes
behind it. It Rives refreshment, pure
and clear, to tired and panting critters;
and old soaks drink it, with a tear, and
find it beat the bittei'B. From dc-rk
abandoned bars they come, and to the
hrook they totter; they're shut out from
the Demon Rum, and so thoy sample
water. They swenr that such a drink is
fierce, compared with highballs recent,
but when they've drunk about a tierce
they find it pretty decent. Tlio brook i
rippling as It winds to join the distant
ocean, and no cheap cloves Or lemon
rinds disturb its sweet commotion. And
poor old jaded boozy wrecks along Its
margin hnyer; they pour its water down
their uecks, iiud -self respect recover.
GENERAL LEONARD WOOD, who is in command of
the troop's in the Gary Indiana steel district has es
tablished a press censorship on strike news. Newspaper
correspondents have been ordered to submit all articles
for publication to the military censor, under penalty of
expulsion and suppression ot newspapers.
The occasion for the censorship as announced is that
"published reports of army arrests and raids had caus
ed the military authorities embarrassment and displeas
ure." The censorship applies to observations and opin
ions of newspaper men, to facts obtained fronv soldiers
and civilians; and to all military activities.; Even mention
of the cecnsorship was forbidden. -:. ' -.
General Wood "feels his oats." Rejected by General
Pershing from -participation in the European war because
of his megolomania, clothed in a little brief authority he
is going to run" a war of his own in Indiana. Deprived of
the pleasure of shooting Huns, he is going to shoot a few,
Americans and veil his strategic movements with all the
secrecy necessary for a successful Napoleonic campaign.
Like a feudal chief tian, he has suspended the constitution
al rights of free speech and press, while he, wins the battle
of the steel kings.
Militarism breeds autocracy and autocraticc methods.
Accustomed to command and obey, the army officer loses
the sense of democracy, and the viewpoint of the masses.
reo?)le become units instead 01 human beings. The Prus
sian army was always the ideal of militarism because it
spelt autocracy and General Wood's idea of suppressing
a strike is a utilization of the methods used by the kaiser
in similar disturbances and ltfpells autocracy.
so. disgraceful an affair. Ho was no
doubt sincere, having received his in
spiration from persons who were wily
politicians and werc working for their
own selfish ends. .
President Wilson, 3 I can recall it
aright, explained as follows: The allies
told Japan that .if Jnnaa would safe
guard the Pacific eeean to prevent Ger
man fleets from entering that she could
have liny territory she captured from
Germany , and, that Japan did her part
and she seized .Shantung from Germany
(not from China). Shantung was taker,
from China bv Germany in years gone
by mid Chinn could not and would not
have recaptured it from Germany.
Secret treaty it is claimed. Would any
reasonable person -sayS that the allies
should have publishe'd'this agreement I
to Germany and the world at the time.
How tax would an army get that ad
vertised every move it intended making.
Japan: his Seven offered to let China
have Shantung in two vears. If a bunch
of 2x4 politicians at Washington, would
cast' aside their selfish ambitions, cease
keeping, up 'agitation in order to hold
high positions and work for tho 'inter
ests of the country wc would probably
not have the present uprisings, strikes
and riots and be robbed by high cost of
.-"' A PATRIOT.
FRENCH CLASSES TO START
Odds and Ends
What did he snyf Observant Young
tcr "(Hi, look ut that funny man,
mother! Ilv's fitting on the pavement
bdliin' to a baiiaun skin!" London
Time's Changes Eir-TCiuji "Tino"
in anxious for it to be understood that
lie has no German sympathies. We
luive no difficulty in. believing him
now. The . Passing Show.
Same effect "There go two intox
tatiled men. AV here do you tuippnse -they
got li.juor to make them o violentt"
''it (isn't liquor; they're arguing
tiCxuit the league of nations." "Chica
go News. . ,
Paine feeling "Have you ever Ink
en a tail piu in an niriibiio?"
" o, but I've been tfiillo-l upon un
expectedly' to make a speech, and 1
flue ss the sensation is about the same"
-Detroit Free Press.
I'l-ogiess " At. any rale, the war did
away with the Teutonic names in the
(Olllir Mipll'lllt'lltK. "
" That's a start in I lie right direc
tion. The next war may succeed in
o-liin'miitiiig the supplements. " - Life, -
. Slratagein "homo portion of your
tost speech were a tnlle ungranutint
"Made 'em that wsy on purpose,"
replied ISemilur Sorhiiiii. "There Is
no possible advantage 4n Hieing niis
trtkcu for -an uncompromising high
luuw, " Washington Star.
A New- V'odc Viral Haclier "That
was a bud cut you gave that old man
while shaving him,"
"Sei'oinJ Unrlier. "Oh, there's n rea
son fur it. 1 'm courting his maid, tynd
that cut will let her know that 1 can
meet her fli'm evening." laallas -News.
In the Corcoran Art Gallery at the nation's capitol,
tnere nangs lacing the entrance, a large painting of Gen
eral Leonard Wood in full uniform. If the visitor is puz
zled as to how it came there among pictures of historical
events and national heroes, the gallery guide book fur
nishes the following information: "Presented by Mrs.
Leonard Wood." In great art galleries of New York and
Pittsburg, are similar portraits of General Wood all
presented by his wife. We have been creditablv inform
ed that there is scarcely a famous art gallery in the coun
try without a similar picture, similarly presented so we
know how General Wood got into these halls of fame.
We also know how General Wood got into the army,
promoted from an army doctor to chief-of-staff in a few
years by favoritismthrough the personal friendship of
Theodore Roosevelt, and astute political wire-pulling. We
also know why he was rejected for command in France,
L 1 T l 1 1 a l i ' t
uecause ne considered nimseu aoove ms commander-in-chief
and openly criticised his superior, officers,; and he
was left at home, despite an organized political campaign
in his behalf though not disciplined, as he should have
oeen, lest it make ot him a "martyr."
Now General Wood is an avowed candidate for the
presidency, backed by the reactionary elements who be
lieve in a large -standing army to perpetuate industrial
autocracy and he is making use of his. opportunities to
demonstrate his capacity and usefulness.
A civilian and-not a military man should be chief ex
ecutive of this nationone in sympathy with the hopes
and aspirations of the average man and a knowledge of
their needs, as well as those of humanity; one imbued
with the ideals of the republic and the conceptions -of
democracy and not an army bureaucrat or a military auto
crat. But if we must have a military man let us choose
a real war hero and not a four-flusher.
Tho winter -.classes, in French given
at tho library' will begin next Monday.
Persons wishing to take the course are
asked to get in touch with Prof. Gus
tavo Kdsen before 1:30 o'clock Mon
day. The classes, while not so largo at
the first of the sessions-, -usually increase
until a large attendance, is had.
LADD & BUSH
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
'"Won't -you stay for
tea? I've just got some
perfectly delicious tea, and
I want you to try it."
."What's the name of it?-
"Why that's the' very
kind Fred brought home
last nightcomes in a red
package, doesn't it? We're
There are fourfiavors of Schilling
Tea Japan, Ceylon - India, Oolong,
English Breakfast. .All one quality. In , ,
parchmyn-lined moisture-proof packages.
At grocers everywhere.
A' Schilling S Co San Francisco
The William and Mary
dining room tables, buffets,
china closets and chairs, in
solid American walnut, dull
wax finish, are surely the
last word in beautiful furni
ture. Many people, though
with excellent judgment, yet
claim that the Queen Anne
is still more beautiful. Come
in and look at them both
7 -' ' -
and tell us what you think
Chambers & Chambers
lf j. J To Handle This Territory
jrV CHl6U With Headquarters in his Town
. , ARGE Manufacturing company wants an ambi
tious, determined man with a little capital, whq,
is able to promote sales and direct salesmen.
A permanent profitable business.'
Addren THE NU-EX CO., Columbus, Ohio
Those "Hope Chests"
made in both Oregon and
Tennessee cedar are just the
HUNTING A HUSBAND
By Mary Douglas
Made Well and Strong thing :f or "the. young lady's
eei just tufifiit i
ei Take an NR Tonight s
JUST TRY IT AND SEE haw much better you feel in the mornlnj. That "logtr."
headachy, tired, don't-lurawwhet'i-the-matter feeling will be f one you'll leei fin.
TROUBLE IS, your system is
clogged with a lot of impurities that your
over-worked digestive and eliminative organs
can't get rid of. Fills, oil, salts, calomel and ordi
nary laxatives, cathartics and purges only force the
bowels and prod the liver.
Nature' Remedy (NR Tablets) acts on the stomach,
liver, bowels and even kidneys, not forcing, but ton
ing and strengthening these organs. The result is
prompt relief and real, lasting . benefit. Make the test.
Nature's Remedy will act promptly, thoroughly, yet
so mildly, so gently, that you. will think nature her
self has come to the. rescue and is doing the work.
And oh, what arelief I
IIS T You'll be luiprised to
v.cnjKiLiS HL find how much htrf vnn
jutii uf ieei DiiEoiei. neuei everr wav.
loJ&5i-jffiKVRKS)! 'If habitually oMtubboTnlrcoii-
iirXWjKlf Vi-7 attnated. take Aim KR 1?.hla
eacb Dbht for a week. Theo'
you'll not have to take medicine
every day. lust an occasional
MR- Tablet alter that will be
eufticteat to keep your system
in sood condition keep
you teeuQS youc DCS I.
lirXX Cet A IS t
qd recommended by your drucwtsl
' Daniel J. Fry, -ijiiiggist
vrsnriirrnr J znsn
Famous ActrcsTclls How
: She Uses Derwillo To
Beautify Her Complexion
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
Tony " Would, you liho me to in
aiprt a lmlf toni' niic.l uvo of yiiursoll'f "
iwkctl tlit iiitnrvirwor.
'M eitaiiily not," replied Mrs. New-Tli-h.
"J don it -wmli it tn JooU os if
4u iutntirti of ovponsc ws onsitloi'd
in t!u sliirl'ti'st. Ja't it ho ft -whola tone
or imtliiiig." ItoMton Trauoript.
J 1. 1 1 . J.V
Th' Apple Crovo )rbatiI, Club met
lat night an' resolved Hint it wna Im
proper t' tlouldo back after renphin'
tli end of rooRtiii' ear. A flut giil
looVi great in t awctitcr knit.
Tlio I'iiKt snow covers tho ground. It
suon s o much enrlier hern tliuii at homo.
Hut I liho tlio crisp f mistiness of tho
air. i like the snow I'.iiiiu'liiug under
my rut. I' our o clock, nnd 1 am going;
iis usual, to my pootrycliiss.
So fur 1 liU'Ve. made no heudwav. Pro
fessor (.'do is still polite, still hind. Ifc
does not seem bo rod at my occasional
question." Hut pi'ihaps that is btvnusi.
he is so well-liied.
,1 have thought and thought, ' I luivo
come to tlio Inst ditch. 1 liavo tried to
bn inttilk'ctual with tho professor. Hut
I did not know enouuli. Itesides, 1 want
Mm to be interested in mo the woman
Not in me the mind. I havo tried
drawing him out whilo I lisWued. Agaiu
fiulnro. He talks well. Jiut he would
talk as well to anyone ho met.
A'ot so with Jlary Dennett. I had
last seen hiui with her. And at last I
believe I havo Hie secret of her charm
for hint. She is not nfraid of hiin. She
teases him. She laugh at him, She
treats him lilio a boy of twenty. And
he seems to like ill
So this nfternuou, lifter class, I am
going to try the same tact'ics. Care
fully, of course. It is nil experiment.
I have failed twifo but I hope, .
The boys poured out of -the class
room. 1 loosed tho pages of my binder.
The pages went fluttering over the
floor. 1 stopped to pick them up. It
was tin old floor mid they caught, on
the rough boards. And 1 was slow
The professor looked up from his
desk, He .saw ho on mv knees eattiorrii"
up soutleied sheets.
' he usked polite
his knees beside
"Can't I help youf '
I'. He was down on
me mi the' floor.
"Do I dare?" I thou,
Yes, I must dare!
Ayiion the sheets were .all gathered to
gether, the professor rose. 1 thanked
him. lie bowed politely.
Silently "we left the empty class room.
.Silently we climbed down the stairs.
"Jt, will be n cold night," salct mi
Jiut 1 ditl not answer,
I hail made a soft bull of snow. I
gave liiiu one during look. Then i threw
it at him. And run! 1 looked back.
He was following over tho snowy crust.
I ran on. The professor followed. In
a deserted spot with only the evergreens
to stand guard wo had It snow fight.
The blood raced through me. At last
1 bogged for mercy.
"You're not so bud!" I said gasping,
ly to the professor,
"Not so bad?" Ho raised his eve
brows. . '
'Why, you're almost human! ' ,
l or Hie Xirst time I surnrised n l.mk :
of interest, real inteviiyt. in TV,. I. ,..., f
Cue's eyes. . -j
So I was started, Not ton niiii.lt k-
but delicately, I tensed the professor,
tie answered back, We were both laugh
ing now. His voice rani nut eh.nrlir ....
the frosl'v air.
"Hood night. Miss I.nne," ho called
as we reached the cauimis hmmrk 'T-n
In you up yet! There whs r eh
ni his voice!
At last he is interested. X
next ? J1 ; . ?
(Tomorrow The Reception.)
lip e jjjj
! r. r.
Columbia, Pa. "I was very weak
and run down and had dragging-down
pains and pains in
my back. I could
not cet around to do
my work and had to
git down and rest
often during theday.
I saw Lydia E. Pink
tised in the papers
and read the testi
monials, so I thought
I would try it. Now
I am healthier than I
ever was in my life, and can recommend
it to any woman who suffers as I did."
Mrs. Elizabeth May, R.F.D. No. J,.
The reason Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound is bo successful in over
coming woman's ills is because it con
tains the tonic, strengthening properties,
of good old fashioned roots and herbs,
which act on the female organism.
Women from all parts of the country
are continually testifying to its strength
ening, curative influence, and the letters
which we are constantly publishingfrom
wnmpn in ttverv neetion of this country
prove beyond question the merit of this
tamous root ana nerD meaicine.
Ibed room. Serviceable, beau
tiful arid useful. Prices:
l$12.60, S17.75, $25.00 and up
to $42.50. Ask to see them.
Another shipment of those
splendid silk floss mattres
ses. Thirty, pounds with art
tick, nice quality. The very
best thing on the market for
the money $17.75 full size;
$16.50 for 3-4 size. Don't
think of huying a mattress
before .seeing these.
THE PASSlNQ OF DR. MOTT
To live in hearts wo leuvo behind 1s
not. to die.
This Is truly the ease in regard to
Dr. Vf. K Mott, wltoo passing awav on
lYidtiy, October 8rd was-tho cause of
so miK-h deep regret to one personally
acquainted nith the beloved doctor. No
night was too dark, no wintry gulo too j chair
;duty. His joyous, radlaut personality
1 l,rin,ti., i .. ... , '
3jj h-'-h ' tint, reucwea cour-
jtige to the bedside where life and death
I constantly met. May his golden mem
(cry ever be an inspiration to those who
lee I that "the
I ,"" 'civ i tie iicnm wnat W'e
lnll .l .l. .. t ... . ... ..
urn niaiii is uui transition.'
FEO.M A PKIEND.
Kdilor Journal: -Mo observe that tue
Methodist conferenee held here was very
Miter iu the denunciation of the Shan
tung clause in the peaeo treat v. the
tin declaring that h would not
severe for him to respond to the call of I preside at a meeting that would endorse
If your skin
itches just use
No remedy can honestly promise
to.ij tvery ease of eciema or sini
ilarskinaiiment. But Resiaol Oint
ment; nided by Resinol Soap, gives
such msiiiiii relief from the itching
and burning, and so gentraify suc
ceeds In clearing the eruption away
for good, that it is the standard skin
treatment of thoosandj and thou
sands of physicians. Why not try it
Sniwl OirttmaM trad Raainol Soap art aola
by aU drutfriita. For aavipta ot each, tree,
Witt to Sect, i-K, Raaisol, Baltimon, Ml
. Jl-i- r r M iJi St :- jtsir , S
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jsi... . . . jri.-l ..
MISS ETHEL CLATTOK
New Yort Miss Etliol Clayton the .skin rosy whito, velvety and radiantly
young, actress now sueeessiuny
467 Conrt Street
ciever young actress now
starring under the Paramount banner,
is famous for her beautiful complexion
"hen her friends inquired about it she
said: "It's all due to a toilet prepara
tion called" derwillo which I use twice
daily. The experience I have had
prompts me to make my secret public.
This wonderful derwillo instantly beau
tified my skin and its continued use
has mado the results permanent."
When Mas Edna Wilder, the well
known tieauty specialist, was inter
viewed in reference to Miss Clayton's
remarkable complesion state, "Anyone
can have a beautiful complexion when
they know how. It's a very simple
process. I use the same article in my
work, and until j-oh try it you have no
idea of the marvelous results. The very
first application will astonish you. Go
to the toilet counter of any drag or de
partment store and get a bottle of der
willo, then make the following teat:
Eiamina yonr skin critically before
your mirror, note carefully its appear
ance, then apply derwillo as directed.
After you have made the first applica
tion look in your mirror gairi and note
the surprising change. A peach like-
color mounts the cheeks; a bab-c soTtn
ness comes to the skin; it makes the
oeautitul. It as wonderful for a daily
saiiow sK-in, sinny nose, freckles, tan, ,
oily skin, sun spots, coarse pores, pim
ples, blackheads, chapped rough skin,
ruddiness, wrinkles and "many other
facial blemishes. Derwillo method is
absolutely harmless and will not pro
due or stimulate a growth of hair. It
is superior to face powder, as perspira
tion docs not effect dt, therefore it
stays on better. Thousands who have
used it have had the same results as
-Uiss Clayton, and I am sure if von will
give it a fair trial you will become just
as enthusiastic as I am and alwars use
it in preference to any other powrlor
NOTE -"When asked about Derwillo
one of our leading druggists aid, "It
is truly a wonderful beantifiir, awrnr
ahead of anything we have ever sold '
before. We arc authorized tho man
ufacturers to refund the moiiev to anv
one who is dissatisfied and we would
not permit the use of our name unless
the product possessed unusual merit."
It is sold in this city tinder an ir
clad money fcack guarantee by all de
partment stores and np to date drug
gists, including the Fry and the Perry