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TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1019.
Fair; light to heavy frosts in
morning;; gentle, variable
NEW VOLUNTEER ARMY
With something like 1,300,000
troops still In France and along the
Rhine, the United States is planning
to raise and send over a new army.
It may look strange, but it is the
natural thing to do and the war de
partment proposes to raise such an
army. There is also an urgent call
tor men to Join the United States
marines men who seek adventure
and want to see "what is going on
over the world.
The men now in the army nearly
all enlisted or iwere drafted for the
period of the war. Accordingly It Is
Incumbent on the war department to
muster them out iwhen the war is
over, or as soon thereafter as pos
sible. Not only have they a technical
right to return to civilian life, but
most of them are tired of the war,
and still more tired of the police duty
that follows it, and want to get back
to their families, friends and Jobs.
It is evident that American troops
are going to be needed In Europe for
months, or even years, sfter the
peace treaty is signed. There win
have to be some garrisons left in the
enemy countries to insure their com
pliance with the peace terms. It
may be necessary to police Germany
and Austria. It may be necessary
even to do some more fighting before
the big (war is really finished. So a
volunteer army Is to Ibe raised and
A call Is being issued-now for
50,000 men. It Is not expected that
there will Ibe any difficulty in get
ting that number, and as many more
as may be needed. Thousands of
young Americans will be glad of a
chance to enlist for a three-year per
iod for the sake of seeing Europe.
This Is especially true of adventur
ous lads from the training camps 'who
were demobilized Just as they were
expecting sailing orders. A good
many of the expeditionary force, too,
will doubtless feel like re-enliatlng
after they have had a short vacation
at home. Those (who have never
worn the khaki may have a hard
time getting in, iwben once the en
listment rush has started.
Senator Johnson, of California,
sees calamity ahead because of the
activities of the Japanese In Old Mex
ico; because of the bolshevikl prop
aganda being distributed in the
United States; the restless attitude
of the masses because the president
and his cabinet are hob-nobbing In
Europe, and says "there Is nobody
at home In America." The Senator
says we are under the spell of a
world hypotism, not conscious of
what Is occurring albout us, and sug
gests that we "make it respectable
to be an American again." Not a bad
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league are "trying to undo the vic
tory won at Chateau-Thierry and St.
Mihiel." Let's give ths league ot na
tions a fair test; nevertheless, it we
remember aright, America entered
the iwar, as President Wilson said,
to "crush Prussian militarism"
that object has been accomplished.
The war waa not fought In vain.
There is a champion for every
thingeven the bolshevikl and the
common crow. An authority comes
out with the statement that the
crow pays for his keep by eating
thousands of crop destroying Insects.
The buuard, however, formerly pro
tected by law in many states, is now
condemned. He is accused of carry
ing disease from one pasture to another.
Arizona democrats met and unan
imously endorsed the league of na
tions -as advocated by the president
and assert that those who oppose the
The mud may make it a little dis
agreeable to raise hogs in Western
Oregon, yet a glance at the statistics
furnished by the U. S. department of
agriculture reveals the fact that
Western Oregon has suffered lees
from hog cholera during the past
years than any state of the union.
It is costing the government, or
rather the taxpayers, about $32,000,-
000 a month to run the railroads.
Where would that get us with a five
year test under government con
trol? ATe you for government ownership?
victorious, would be taxing you right
The fart that banks are willing to
back farmers, by loaning them
money to 'buy better livestock, is
ample proof that better livestock
pays. Bankers are not In ths habit
of making poor Investments.
An eastern man has made the sug
gestion that trees planted on Arbor
Day this year be named for. some
brave Yank who lost his life In the
FOR "1 BLUE
Those professors who claim to
know, say there iwiU be no 17-year la
ousts In Oregon this year. The In
sects will not come this tar west.
According to the announcement of
the ArtcraXt Film corporation, "The
Blue nird," tho big Muutprllnck spec
tacle which will be shown at tho
Joy theatre next Friday and Satur
day, has established new records In
film production, presenting the larg
est settings ever staged Inside a
studio, among them the Black Palace
of Night, the Palace of Luxuries, the
Cava of Miseries, the Axure Palace,
Memoryland and the Cathedral of
Happiness. Tn each of these settings j
scenes are shown 'Which would ordi
narily constitute an elaborate roature
The greatest number, of actors
not supers ever assembled in one
picture appears In "The Blue Bird."
aggregating about 1,000. There are
many specialities In which promlnout
players qf the stage and screen take
part. Rose 'Rolands, the well
known dancer, leads a ballet in sym
bolical dance numbers.
The play was originally produced
at the Boudoir theatre, London, and
later presented at the New Theatre,
New York, In twelve scenes, which
took tour hours. The enormous
cost of Its maintenance has prevent
ed Its being sent on tour either In
Europe or America, though the fame
of Maeterlinck's masteruiece has
been widely heralded.
The story Is a phlliaophlcal dls-
FALLS S.OOO FEET IS UN1JUKKI
Hollls. N. Y.. Apr. 8. Gilbert
Budwlg, pilot in the aerial mall ser
vice between New York and Chicago
fetl 3,000 feet In his plane here,
landing upside down, hut unhurt. He
was found beneath the machine,
smoking a cigarette when rescuers
Burleson has a good start toward
mussing up the telephone, telegraph
and cable lines, well in keeping with
the present railroad status, but Al
will make them pay, even if he has
to charge a dollar a word tor telegrams.
Our government does not neces
sarily have to float a Victory loan.
A government less decent would
raise the money by taxation. For
instance, the kaiser, if he had been
Kidney disease is no respecter of per
bode. It attacks young and old alike.
Ia most cases the victim is warned
of the approaching danger. Nature fights)
back. Headache, indif eitlon, insomnia,
lame back, lumbago, sciatica, rheuma
tism, pain in the loins and lower ab
domen, difficulty in urinating, all ar
indication of trouble brewing In jour
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Regarding the rumor of a cut in the price of the
FORD and the making of a new and cheaper car we
3uote a letter just received from Edsel Ford, preai
ent Ford Mortor Co.:
"In the first place a large majority of the
reports afloat are greatly distorted and exag
gerated. A new car may bo manufactured but
as to when it will be manufactured we are not in
a position to say, except that wo do know a new
car could not possibly be designed, tested out,
manufactured and marketed in quantities under
two or three years' time."'
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sortition uiKin Hfo, endowing all upou the earth.
things with life and speech, and
giving a glimpse Into the hereafter,
The dead awakon, with messages for
the living, and the unborn are shown
Impatiently awaiting their advnut
While a irodiictlon of surpassing
bounty and exquisite theme, the al
leKory I it plainly discernible, so that
even a child can appreciate and en
Joy the picture
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