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Hie Capital Journal,; Salem, Oregon The Capital Journal Salem, Oregon An Independent Newspaper Every evening except Sunday Telephone 81; news George Putnam, Editor and Publiaher SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier, 65 cents a month iiy mail. In Marion and Polk counties, EO cents a month. Elsewhere 17 a year. Entered as second class mall matter at Salem, Oregon. Mtmlier ASSOCIATED IIESS The Associated Press Is ex clusively entitled to the use for publication of all newa dls patchea credited to it or not otherwise credited In this pa per and also local news pub lished herein. What's New On The Market The German Revival In an article upon Germany's astonishing trade revival, the London Daily Express declares that VGermany is making tne most of the greatest industrial opportunity in history. Thanks to hard work, combination and skillful direction her trade is advancing by leaps and bounds. Even her shipping industry is booming. The result is that our own world trade is in peril. In every country in the world Germany is under selling Great Britain. Our goods are being driven from markets which were almost exclusively ours." From articles published Germany seems to be amalgamat ing all industry into one gigantic trust under the direction of Hugo Stinnes, one of the war's most rapacious profiteers, who during the war amassed the billions that have enabled him since the armistic to secure control of many of its indus tries, and who is now industrial dictator. Under his leader ship all the coal, iron, steel, chemical, shipping, banking and paper industries are being welded into a vast machine for capturing world trade. Statistics of wages show that the average wage of a Ger man is about seven marks (twelve cents) an hour. In many cases this is a hunger wage against which the manufacturer of other countries cannot compete. Hour and production limitations have been discarded, and the patient, plodding, skillful German workman is producing as never before, w are informed. With wages so low that no nation can equal production costs, while the labor of allied countries is short ening hours, curtailing output, increasing costs and indulg ing in protracted strikes, Germany's working people are economizing, sacrificing and throwing themselves into real production. All of this has a more or less familiar sound reminiscent Mm T I 'AND. :4 BY 1 invitations. w 23, rjtsV Fool roecch for -free sp land often the no difference antaioujie are an clieap as they will get at the present price of 10 cents apiece and three for a quarter. The freight on a crate of cantaloupe is $ 1.05 from Cal ifornia to Salem, leaving, at the of the tales of German superiority the world was deluged with present wholesale price of $1.75, before the war as a nart of the DroDaeanda of German invin ability in manufacture, trade or war. The German government has always been in partnership with big business and subsidized commerce and industry. The form of the industrial dictatorship may be changed, but the spirit is not. German workmen have always been docile and industrious, whether ordered to toil or to fight, and have fusai to load care in some of the always been among the poorest paid and best producers districts of that state. This con- The mvth of the fierman snnprman is heino- reincarnatpd mtlon win undoubtedly promote by the Germans to restore German commerce and by the seventy cents for the grower and commission house. Out of this the grower has to pay for his crate which Costs him around 25 cents. So meager has been the profit ob tained oy me Ualifornia canta loupe grower in the last two weeks, that there has been n ro an Increase In price very soon. Huckelberrles appeared for the Allies to influence workmen of other nations to strike less first time today, but the price of an work more and accept lower wages. As far as trusts 35 cents a pound seems to be a and industrial dictatorship go, Germany has nothing on the nine nign. with the advance of TTmtpri Stntpa nnrl mir nwn mwrnnuni ia alun in nnrtnoraliin fhn oixi.i.i. It ........ v. i jt I o I " ...... .M ,L eiiuuiu urup at least 50 per cent. Bartlett pears have gained gen eral distribution, but there seems to be a wide difference In nrice. From three to five cents a pound is tne iharfre for small quantities. while the crate or box price as niKh as 11.75. with business subsidizing all kinds of favored industry with tariffs and embargoes and financing railways, shipping and farming. The real secret of German success is that the German peo pie "pull together" toward a single end, while the people of other nations are quarreling among themselves. Yet we imagine much of this internal unity and co-operation is cam- nickens are In fair supply for ouflace for the benefit of Herman v ahrnad and that the Dummy, as nign as n cents twkiM nf Iko r.m.m.n rQrvlo n-o v. a1;,;;i pound was bid for good sized ., - ... ,. , . , , , . spring frys this week, though ul0He 01 nations, uiiie ot wnom nave oeen demoralized most of the buying was done at oy war aaversuy, ana otners Dy war prosperity. the market price of 22 cents. The retail price remains 3S cents for undressed and 48 cents for those fully drawn. ALICIA HAMMERSLEY If This Isn't New Ford Story Then We'll Buy A Woman Who Wouldn't Remarry By IDAH McGLONE GIBSON The Noted Writer Elklns, W. Va., Aug. 1. Hare's a new Henry Ford story. It Is told by Judge William E. Maker, of Federal District Court, and It Is a new one, for It happened when Mr. Ford H. 8. Firestone and Thomas A. Edison were in Elklns the other on their mountain cam paign expedition. Two negroes were playing dice that Is, "shooting craps" In the street and one hud taken about all the money the other had'. The winner play ed slowly and took plenty ot time with the dice before he would "roir'them. The loser was Impatient. "Nigger," he said, "Ford them bones." "What you all mean, Ford them bones?" "I means shake, rattle and roll, dat's what 1 means." A political job spoils IX SHOTGUNS J J f BHOTH77 J.O RIFLES JlYlfA- I CARTRIDGE il nearly every man who ts one. It's too bad that when a fellow is well off he doesnt know it. fi liia Th attractive things to amtttL'j. present day Air I aV a XmEBBL. oc. a new bat and. a fellow with a car. 0 the 1 new' Then is a lot of vacant spaca between. whet you know and what you think. v 9 jM HEZ HECK SAYS i It looks baa for-tha kl ibM4M l.4A lultM . take iobpzt hfonds anCJ!$-M wossnw cigarettes; il - Open Hunting Season For Buck Dear Aug. 20 to Oct. 20 Prepare Yourself for the One B ig Hunt We Can Supply Your Needs WINCHESTER, REMINGTON AND SAVAGE RIFLES AND AMMUNITION Protect Yourself by Wearing One of Our RED HATS Hunting Coats and Pants, Outins Boots. Camp Equipment, Flashlights a nd Compasses Anderson & Brown The Sporting Goods Store 126 South Co mmercial Street A i .... famous nvl y KATHARINE Tabloid Sermons For Busy People by Parson Abiel Haile rounding atmosphere. "You are Undine with a soul, Mrs. HamraerBley." "If I remember rightly, poor Un dine would have found a soul a very Inconvenient thing to haye, much as she wished for it. Even mortals wish sometimes to be soul less." "Has your bouI grown so large that It bothers you, fair lady?" By this time we had reached the Earlys and I Ignored Mr. Hender son's remark. Mr. Early Introduced his wife to us, and Mrs. Early showed the )oise that I hoped I had by acting j.a though we had never met be fore. "Oh, I wish I could dress you, my dear," I Bald to myself, for I could visualize her in black velvet and diamonds with a brilliant comb In her really beautiful hair. She would have been stunning and I think would have filled the eyes Widow Preferred to Meet Death at Home "For many years I suffered from stomach trouble. All the doctors I tried helped me but lit tle. All said I would have to go to hospital and be operated on for gall stones or I would not live much longer. I told them I pre ferred to meet death at home. One day I picked up an advertisement Of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and since taking a course of It more than a year ago have not had a Ingle pain in my stomach, have food appetite and can eat any thing. It Is a slmpls, harmless preparation that removes the ca tarrhal mucus from the Intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation which causes praetlcally all stom ach, liver and intestinal ailments, Including appendicitis. One does will convince or money refunded. J. C. Perry, D. J. Fry and drug gists eTerywhere. (adv) Bab's Comments Notwithstanding I made light of the matter of being Interested In Judge Turner, I knew that Bab was right. He Interested me more than any other niaa I had ever known and 1 knew that the party would only begin for me when he Joined us at the play. Just as I was putting the fin ishing touches to my costume, Bab came Into my room. She had never looked as pretty as she did that evening. "Duane says that catching him agrees with tne, as he never saw me looking as well as I do tonight. I told him that It was a case of fine feathers. He contended that wus all nonsense and added that he would love me without feather. He Insisted that It was love and marriage, not clothes. that had proved such a great beautlfter. Nothing I could say would convince him otherwise, but when he sees you, .Mix. he will not nave a leg to stana on. you are not a bride and you tell me that you are not In love, but In that green frock you certainly are all that a poet can dream In the way of fair women. I never realised the whiteness of your skin or the deli cate rose of your cheeks." "You are Just lovely, dear sister. I haven't been flattered as much In years and coming from you It Is doubly acceptable. But you do not think that I would wear a jade greon gown unless I wore a com plexion to complement it." 'Modestly clever, Allx; but be ing your sister. I know there is more mske-up. hanced i rouge, but that is Just the gilding ot the lily. "I hope my male guests will be as complimentary, Bab, but I am not sure that you, In your beautl ful If somewhat cold and glitter ing beaded white dress, do not make my green frock a little gar ish." Not a bit, Allx. Tonight you are the beautiful green wave that shelters Undine, while I am the white foam that feathers Its crest." Here, here! I really believe that marriage has made my practi cal Bab poetical,'' said Duane, who had come to my tiny boudoir seek ing his wife. "Again you are mistaken. Du ane. Marriage has nothing to do with it. It Is Allx's gown. Ana now, before I go, I must show myself to my greatest ad mirer. Do you people want to go with me7 I opened the door of the nursery to be greeted with a yell of Joy from Hal who almost sprang out of Hannah's arms in his effort to reach me. "Be careful, Mrs. Hammesley. He might crush your wonderful gown. "I am sorry to have kept the baby up so late, Hannah. You see," I explained to Bab, "he has learned that he can always have a little play time with mother before he goes to sleep. I seldom let any thing Interfere with this and he waits for me to come. Don't worry about my drees, Hannah." I said as I took him. "I would rather spoil a hundred dresses than have FRECKLES "Then shell the seers be ashamed and the diviners confounded." Mlcahy 3-7. It is a sad commentary on human Intelligence, to note how men and women in all walks of life will seek the tipster's aid. From benighted female, poverty stricken or wealthy, who seeks the fortune teller who operates plainly as such, to the man In trade or finance ho pays good money to the unctuous star-gazer who for a large sum ill advise as t owbat the signs nortend. the nrlncinle la the same a seeking for seers and diviners. What fools!! There never was a jow jg ty, Time to Get Rid of system yet devised to beat Monte Carlo; there never was a wheat These Ugly Spots adviser who could beat blight; there never was a dollar hound whose There'B no longer the slightest tabulations would show when to buy stocks or sell bonds; there never, need of feeling ashamed of your wag tea-cup reader in red rags or broadcloth who was other than a!freckles' 88 Othine double mountebank ofaklr at heart. There Is only one torch to light the strength Is guaranteed to re way into the dark abyss of the future, and that is the lamp of ex-,move the8e homely spots. Derienr.e: as the nnst marie thn nrent on ! thu nr..ni mnk th o"P'y Bet au ounce oi uiuine future. A woman may have lost sweethart of husband; a fortune Tdou.b'e Bt"ne"th Jrom any . i, , . . . t . . i druggist and apply a little of It teller cannot restore It. A man may have lost money in his business nlg gnd mornlng and you or In speculation; a fortune teller cannot restore it with all the charts nouId Boon gee that even tne and diagrams ever evolved. Statistics have their use, of course, and wor8t freckles have begun to dls- prlnclpally they show what might have been.'but wasn't. There is a appSar, while the lighter ones better way. If a woman is worthy, Is neat and modest, honorable and have vanished entirely. It Is sel- self-respectlng, Industrious and reverent, she will never lose sweet-jdom that more than an ounce Is heart of husband worth keeping. If business man will attend to needed to completely clear the their business with clear head, devoting energies to lawful effort, skin and gain a beautiful clear holding In mind always and following ever the Ideals of trade, and complexion. master their calling in all Its ends by carefully acquired knowledge; B eure to ask for the double will drive the business without letting the business drive them; be "trength Othine as this Is sold prudent and wise In giving and taking credits, they never will need I u"r"ulTO ol moae7 acit it .-.... i. . u- .-. ,a . 'alia to remove freckles. LU riOJl au VI .iv. kUI iua eye. uiaium, iuc . . iu uoici minoes lilt ill of Mr. Early beauty-worshipper as he Is with satisfaction. "I have always said that you could look no better than you did in a white evening dress," Mr. Early managed to say to me as we started for the dining room. "Thank you for the Implied com pliment," I said demurely. I saw Mr. Early frown as he no ticed the place pards and I confess that I was a little glad that the gentleman was not able to seat himself between Bab and me. "I do hope," I ueard Duane say to Mrs. Early, "that you do not really belong to this literary cult, which it seems that even my wife has taken up. If you are a mem ber of it, I will hardly know what to talk about, I am ashamed to say," he continued with a rising voice to Include Mr. Henderson on the other side of me, "that I have been so busy on your case that I have had no time to even read the stories of my charming sister-in-law In Mr. Early's magazine." "You really have missed a great deal, Mr. Benton," said Mrs. Early, "for while I am not what you call literary In the sense that my hus band Is literary, I have thorough ly enjoyed Mrs. Hammersley's sto ries. They are so human." Tomorrow A Dinner party for Madame Grundy. LIBERTY All!.. VIOLA DAN In CINDERELLA'S TWIN It's TsUthpr Paoy?'o fV IYIM.I11 !4riM Hon Um.n. m. ing. AlSO . when their lights fade. spiritual, vanish. Aiul the seers and diviners, secular an (adv) Httl mVT fftl That T u-aa Mn Jail nature than art in your -...,, .. Of course It may be en- Both Duan, antl BaD ,xc!almtM, little by powder and., it.i-. a . Bringing Up Fathas BTGkorge McManui but he would not look at either of them. He was tired and sleepy and he had only kept awake tp find the mother that was hla world a world Into which he leaped with Joy at my coming and left with sorrow when I consigned him to Hannah's care. Tonight he was so sweet that I could hardly let him go. In fact, he went to sleep with hla head upon my bare bosom. I covered my gown with Tlolet chiffon velvet wrap and Bab donned a white taffeta cap lined with palest pink chiffon and we were ready to go. When we arrived at the hotel I saw Mr. and Mrs. Early waiting far me In the lobby. "There la certainly a aatlsfae tlon about being well dressed th even religion cannot give," sa: Bab as I pointed Mrs. Early out t her. "Poor thing I Why did n some one tell her that a woma with no color and graying hair should never wear gray? Of all the colors and cloths In the world. a stiff gray satin gown Is the one thing that would make her look oldest and plainest." Both she and Mr. Early sudden ly realised this as they caught sight of Bab and me. Poor Mrs. Early turned paler and mora sal low and seemed visibly to shrink within the somewhat puritanical cut of her gown when phe glimpsed our modern decollete Mr. Henderson appeared at my I elbow, apparently out of the sur- VT3BB & CLOUGH CO. Funeral Directors. XTRA GOOD SHOW At The OREGON STABTHfG SUNDAY i 7NDAY Cuticura Soap -The Healthy Shaving Soap THE SKIPPEE In "TOONERVILLE TACTICS" A Dandy Comedy News Topics LIBERT T Daniel J. Fry. druggist. W. I. Rlgdon Lloyd T. Rtgdoo W. T. 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