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MON'DAV r.VI'.MN'd, Miiy :!, HH.l. PUBLISHED EVESY EVENING EXO EPT SUNDAY, SALEM, OREGON, BY Capital Journal Ptg. Co., Inc. L. 8. BARNES, CHAS. H. FISHIJE, DORA C. ANDBESEN, President Vice-President Sec, and Treaa. BUBBCIIII'TION BATES Bally by carrier, per year. Daily by mail, per year... Weekly by mail, per year. .(5,00 Per month., 8.00 Per month., 1.00 Six months. .45c .35c ,.50c FULL LEASED WIRE TELfiGBAl'H REPORT Taa Capital Journal carrier boys are instructed to put the papers on the I web. If tho carrier does not do this, misses you, or neglects getting the paper to you on time, kindly phone the circulation manager, as this 1b the only way we can determine whether or not tne carriers are iuuums f'lone Main 81. GOVERNMENT AND SCIENCE S1LVERT0N NEWS C 'ii J 1 1 : I Journal (spui-lal Sorvirc.) The meeting in Washington of the National Academy of Science emphasizes the rapidly increasing volume of valuable scientific work done through government bureaus. Not many years ago the government scientists simply Rhnnrlnvdizprl and tested discoveries and inventions. Within recent years these experts have been taking the initiative in many lines. The most recent example is that of Dr. Walter Rittman, whose remarkable experiments which may double the output of gasoline and permit home manufacture of dyestufl's have attracted world-wide attention. 1 At the Bureau of Standards, at many bureaus of the Department of Agriculture, at the Bureau of Mines, where only recently a new device for the use of rescue workers in mines was perfected, and at naval observa- ,.!nninn i.pmiiivVi nmvV Vine PfiiTiPfl nil find I" I"1 imira uoiui " ,.ms of :. i.di.ial.'S will t.e shewn .through tin' mysterious windings ol' tho 'degree. A grand street parade is sidled ! u I 1 for p. in., nml Inter t.ioy will i (jo to the t K n t ' f to see the seven-reel 1 1 n 1 1 linn iii wliu-h liuinoii mi l .... i . , , . ,i i n p ... : .. rltlllilS Mil' elevorlv lion IIIVOil. iU I 1111 in tnis nay 01 nueresi in me worn ol loragn guvt ni-j,.,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,, f lilis-tu.v ,,.,,,, ,u ti,e ments Germany is pointed out as a nation where govern-jhaii and prm-eed with the work. I- : f ? urn,.!, 1,no .lmmlmuul In n hoh -MlSl 'Phnrnloy passe.! away mum iiiLVivab I" oiu;ni,ini " ui n hmo iiviwvi.u .v t Hm(, 'jve ,Miles s,mili of Silver- degree. In the United States the government interest in i, a,,mi ,.,.:.,..(: (: ,,.!, ; ,,.l lcu i illness. I KieilLUli; u:m.-.uui in aauij. it-m. I llnulo, Indiana, Deioinbor, 1 S,"iL. Sin This scientific activity on the part of the government juns the ther m- eight children, uii has drawn many scientists of world note to Washington. -Z ZtZZ Such men as Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, Dr. Charles lb. m,-. Thon.iey wns member of the KTumxwi on,l Hp Tenii! Timdimu1 li-ivii ilnnn lniinVi nf tVlpir Hnptist ehnreh nml n fiiitliful Christian valuable work there. A prominent writer rejoices and gives his reason thus: "I rejoice that at least one great nation has a population at peace, is not building up a debt of thousands of millions and is free from the direct disturbances of finance caused by the peremptory and formidable necessities of war.' That's enough, isn't it? Then there is all the reason this side the ocean why every true American should be with his president in his determination to put America first in thought and act. Rear Admiral Peary, alleged discoverer of the north nole. has recently discovered a new wav to make this country more trouble than was stirred up over the polar controversy. He insists that the United btates snouia annex all the remainder of North America so that we would control the entire area from the Panama Canal to the north pole. Clean up and paint up! That will give work to those who need work which is far better than doling out charity. It will improve the appearance of your property, make a noise like real prosperity and do more than anything else to bring about a restoration of normal business conditions. Build good roads and pay for them as you go along. AURORA NEWS Mr. uml Mrs. B. I!. Wolfer motored Silvertoii, Ore., -May It. The Knights into the city Nntiirdnv from Wolfer of i'plhius arc1 planning on a big turn! Prairie in their new Kuril. on ,lav N. I'he work to Ijo put on is verv olalinra.o, ami a large actual invention accomplished. In many other govern ment branches, like the Smithsonian Institution, the Patent Office and the Library of Congress, are registered the most recent investigations, mot her, THIS COUNTRY NEEDS NO GREAT ARMY This idea that the United States requires a largo, military establishment for protection from enemies abroad is evidently being advocated by those who hope to profit by such a policy. Any American with common sense enough to think knows that invasion of this coun-; try, with its millions of able-bodied men, who with thirty j days drilling would make the best soldiers in the world, K. W. Zimmerman, road supervisor of District Mo. 21!, was In town on business this week. Air. uml Mrs. Clins. (lelbriet were in the city Saturday from their homo on Mucltslnirg roud. Mrs. Euljank, a niece of Gene Flynn, was here from Portland Saturday visit iiijr Mr. and Mrs. Flynn. dene Gnrrett, Otis Nelson, Frank Me Crucken and Art Artis mude u fishing trip to Oregon City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 11. 11. Hurst gave a I, niter n long anil painful Hn'tliilay party iSuiuluy tor their little eased wns burn in Torre I 'laughter at which ninny of her little mends were present. Another party of Hi o suine kind was given Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. dribble for their daughter. W. S. llurst, of Aurora, was in town Tuesday. Ho was trying to buy n ear loud of potatoes, lie says that most of the farmers having potatoes fed them to the stock because they were so chenp. He is paying per 111(1 His, Molalln Pioneer. The firm of Klaher, Wolf & Xetter has been succeeded hv the Wolf Hop will be sadly missed in the limine. llesideH the children she leaves a husband to mourn her loss. '1 he I'll it' ill I was held at the home, being in charge of K'ev. llurngus, of Orchards, Wash., ami inloi incut in riilvortun cenie-' lory. I llurrv Snrnelio went: to The. Dulles lo : "'"I'"".y visit Iriemls in that vicinitv a couple1 ', , of ieelS. .Mrs. .1. O. Phelps is enjoying a viititj with her daughter and husband, .Mr. and Mrs. Mnriin Moore, of Kirtlunl, tins weeu. Mrs. I.iivi'lln I'euiielt, an mint of W, I.. I'linuiagluiiii, was visiting him tin I of th,1 week. Mrs. Dennett husi of Hun I'riincisco, Felix their uiM.it. here, has iust re ceived notice of the change. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilkins, of Portland were here yesterday enlliiiL' on old friends nf .Mrs. Wilknis, who was u I teacher of the Aurora school more thnn ! Illl years ago, ln-n sho was -Miss Mollic Harlow, Hoail Master Culver has notified Pa- lighting on their own soil and in defense of their homes living i saa'i.iego.'rai., ,,,.,1 ;; r;"al 'kS,"'' ,7" ZrT"l! and property is out of the question. Volunteers who know 'Ztl ,' .....T, r, ZZ" t,l"',s is '"' "l"'m''1' if .".'.'t "!'""ll-v' in ne ne noni ied in case iMied. of Hutteville will hold at his home 1-1 mile vi'le, Muv S. at I 11. in. lie will sill a number of milch cows. some tools, iniph-nientH, vehicles, etc and property is out of the question. Volunteers who know Zu'Z, 'Zr'uZl hmno.'' "'"'i ,r,"'tH is "i" what they are fighting for always did make better soldiers ify' Ni.-,,i left on Wednesday for IV'bi'rimV'ii!.,'!!1'',!,' than trained warriors the history of the world's wars ''.ri"."';.s,-V; ''"'v ";' :,!ii'!';'lH w.'i:. i .t t ..... ., . . , , V i ii rni """" indeliu.lcly in that city, where .. ....i,.;,. ,,,- liroves that point beyond the question oi a doubt, the i.c i,,-e, , doyinent nr the summer. !",;,;' iV)1 V.' Vnt, ,l.ss I-.m-Ivi. Nuttiiii;' went to Cor- mills Snlunlay tig- nu in er-Siinday visit willi her sister, Miss Hazel, ami friend, .Miss lluiiimoud, who are O, A. ('. students at Hint- place, AUin l.egurd, acciiupaaied by Rev. A. II. While, went to Kortland Tin s di.y. wi. ere lie umlcnve.it an operation lor throat troulde taut has caused him i.i.te u lot of ansicly of bile. The no- ability to go through certain evolutions because ot practice counts for little when opposed to men who can nhoot straight, think quickly and have the courage of Uieir convictions of What is right back of every volley ..Mey discharge. Few persons, however, will oppose the policy of main taining a stromr naval establishment, for the protection .,f ,miu ..ai.oo,o.mo m. tli, f,,n( I Pbi.il !nn , I' nun ciuliou was successful and he tL lull V.VII111IV 1 V-v, III WIV 1 1 1 I'l'l 1 J Wl I LLV.tlLlV'11 111. lllll 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,.,,v j njcv cipal seaports. Plants for the manufacture of modern' 'iiu- independent order of 0.1,1 ivi artillery are also necessary but the fact that the Eim-:::;i:t pean belligerents are depending largely upon this country! iiem-y westiuook, grand wn'nicu ..t for their arms and ammunition shows that we are already s""1"'1' "f ,,v''" , ,. , . ., . . ,, ,, , J, i"- His address was very inlerestine, ampiy supplied 111 mis respecr. jno oiner country exoept giving history i- the h.dge from th (.eriiiiiny is better prepared at the present tune to equip an army in the field with arms and munitions. This talk about maintaining a great military establish ment in times of peace is evidently inspired by selfish and not patriotic motives. Mr. ti ml Mrs. Robert H. Huston 11 in Mr. 11 ml Mis, ,1, Hoggs of Salem: Hurl Nun.is.iii ;in, Miss (loldie Kruel singer, Miss Au.v llerstel mid Miss l.olu Kenr.iiiii ,,' Portland; and Miss l.ois Heche ere guests Sunduv at the humr of Mr. and Mrs, Henry ll. Bents. 'Die Voder sMi mill 2 1-2 miloH from Needy was liuim-d Monilay night. The loss is estimated at more than tH.IHHl. Iti'-i.lis t n ,,.,, (mn KKiumi shingles were burned nnd shingle bolts enough for liM.oiu. mon, shinjiles. The fire stu. ted. it is believed, from the l li e-nox, l A number 're huh no insurance, of friends surmised Mrs. Saiuli Keil Mundiiv afternoon at I , , . the oc- vtl. -Hi ldi-ili.lnv ;,.,.,.. The members nf the Silvertoii sar.v. A delieliiiel nl't,,,,,, 'nu ,.! in, ie, ,. ,,; , I 1 I I. . , . . . ' ! ...... muci, iiiii. i,i-i, eu on II , Illl- Illl OU nine ii s.iiiieu way oacn in .Miirytanil non.e n. Nuiil. Aurora, upon ""'i,' o ii-Miiu,, nyti oi mi uic preseui cosiou oi tier Hun rel leshiueuts, and nllunothor tliis win an event long lo be remembered by nil present. Hs ! : ! !) ( TKEVENT ACID STOMACH AND FOOD FERMENTATION Just catch the drift of this from tho columns of the Herald published at Albany in Georgia: '.'Here and there is to no lound a pessimistic individual who reluses to see tli.-it. rnnilitimis m ovlHnrv hetlmv lint fiiv .ma auoh (hm-o are a hundred cheerful souls who are quite willing to read N"i i"'"pic wh eompiaii. f stoui. a re 'I'he the iiiL' beinu nreseat: Mrs. t'eorge K inns. Miss Uatv (liesv, Mrs. Heuiy Kmus. l-;ii,18 Kiel, M'iss Mu Oiesy, Mis. M. (liesv, Mrs. O. t'ooding, Mis .,llliB Mil,',r, M,-H, (ie. Miller, ,lr. ;,n, M,,, Kinnnuel Keil, Mrs. l'"' l-'bslnnd. Mrs. Hearv Hack, Mrs. t'hns- Meek, Mis., ,X) ,, i.ni ,.!,,.,, Obsei er. AUBURN NEWS I lw nmmwn nf viailr inmvnviMl PiDiilit i.mc in Mi. cin-no on1'"'11 t""ble possess stoinuehs . .. uiv eiftiin mi absolnlelv l.enllhv nd novninl, that Pieiuiiui on an sities. it is itiuteuii to explain the working "' oeubie is excessive ncu tail, it is just there." fif 1 ho fltl-onif l)(stsil))ist lllitld I .iko tlio furl in tlm niir'a! Ii kuuim MH v,l by food fennen k i .union, I I , n-i lu lllll V IITIHUCH lllll leli- t( "1'ilal .Ioiii;i1 Special Service.) Auburn, o,-e Muv a. The Woman 'i Missionaiv ..iie.etv met wilh Mrs. V. tl, .uc r. H oy e,j Mr. Oi-mi f.. lay nl lei noon. I..l' l'.,P 11, .1 nnul W..I ... . ,, , ,,. sioinacn toon ues-tay to ,,,s, ,,,. st .oucern- , . , i K cniii-er, hW ,,,,,,, ,, ,. mi 1 . , i . , I tends the stomucli abnormally, cans tig bug him f, i;, hrnid wnntun ifhn urn tnlkitur imnin nl Th.i fr.v,in ...ii i.i ...i ' .. .... r. . tune. ..v-,-. kui. 'viiv iii. me iLtim- it i v ,,,1,i in'1 i-'i n-euiiK aui( reianutigl .Miss ,loi liable to vank a few Knronean rulers l):)1l-hi)idiil if nWhV i"'.",'!'s iw--t i..n. .ti,e i,ei, i ,),., r:,vi,: i i. .1 .1 1 . 1,1 "" w"'1' v.n'i:r '.'"'v . fompris.. vuni 1 iiui .uyiuiiiy mu iiwi; illltl Lll'iunt' llieillSOlVOS l' per cenl of all stomaeli difficulties ,1 pretty soon. -the first and onlv step necessary is J STATE NEWS J Springfield News: Local fishermen are much interested in a large inn of mi I ni .111 now making its way up the Willamette river For years the sal mon have been going up the McKen zie, but it is only rarely that they come up this stream. Capture of a salmon with hook and line is royal sport. Ashland Tidings: bdthia water lias scored another triumph. A Rhode Is land Red hen, the jiroperty of H. S. Pabnerlee, has tied knots in all local records for a hen's egg. The record breaking product measures 9 3-4 inches by ti 3-4 inches. Mr. Pabnerlee says that it is the lithia water hi the air which caused the phenomenal outburst of generosity on the part of his fowl. After showing up the variabilities and extremes of eastern climate the (runts Pass Courier concludes: "It is summer weather in southern Ore gon, but not the kind that overcomes with sudden heat. It is when you read of the climate the other fellow has to put. up with that one appreciates more the climate that has made the Rogue valley famous." m as 0 BM'8 f alltL Jtoe y0ll have hpfl be measured the dollars you have h the Bank ', how long have you worked?" A flower curio is thus described bv The Dalles Chronicle: "W. ,1., Morris lin.l a freak rose bloom in his garden this spring. The rose is in reality composed of two flowers. The first flower is in full bloom and through tho center of this another stein hus grown, about two inches long, on the tip of which is a bud nearly rM.ly to open. The extra stem emerges from the center of the full-blown rose.'' "Hogs, " says the linker Democrat, "are again hitting the top of the mar ket. Wool prospects are the best nnd cattle maintain their placo in the open market.. Certainly the farm and range are the products of the creative wealth of the country." T'malilln looks like the banner coy ote killing county, over .Wool) hnving been pnid out, in scalp bounties in a few days less thnn a month, under the! new three-ilollar law. j Ynur Kncf n n I a-Bank your friend. 5 h0aldmal Many folks are under the imnr,,' that certain qualification k open a Bank account. WedSfC? a little money and we cordially in J you to consult us on the subject of sa SuBnng $1. and you can 4 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS UNITED STATES NATIONAL M of Salem, Oregon i The town marshal of Redmond has been instructed by the council to no tify proprietors of barber shops to have the barber poles in front of their places of business removed at onco. Corvallis Oazette Times: The Pa cific Coast Manufacturer says Cor vnllis people lack gray matter if the cannery is to remain closed. Perhaps it is volition nml nut gray matter that is lucking. May 28 and 29, Dates of i Commonwealth Sessions GOOD TO REMEMBER, The thing (hat goes (he farlherest to ward making life worth while, That costs the least and does the most, is just a pleasant smile. The smile that bubbles from the heart that loves its fellow men, Will drive away the cloud of gloom and . coax tne sun again. . I It's full of worth and goodness, too' with manly kindness blent; It's worth a million dollars ami itl duesn 't cost a ceal. j There is no room for sadness when we: ' see a cheery smile. j It always hus the sumo good look it's' never out of style; j It nerves us on lo try again when fail-; lire makes us blue Such dimples of encouragement are, good for me and you. Mo smile uwuy; folks' understand what bv u smile is meant. I It's worth a million dollars nnd it does n 'l cost a cent. Nolocled. May !2S and :!! are the dates chosen1 for I lie seventh annual commonwealth i conference of the slate of Oregon,! which will be held in tho I'niversityf of Oregon buildings. One brunch of too conference will; consider ideas for returning to the stute: profits made by the national govern ment from holdings within the slute. Franklin P. Lnue, secretary of the in-, lerior, will be asked to take part. Another conference session will eon-' sider a plan fur classification of land, in Oregon according tu quality. "Atj present the investor is afraid of buying a gold brick; listed lauds would ma terially strengthen his conlidence,"j says K. (!. Voung, professor of ecouo.u-, ics in the University of Oregon. ! A step is to be taken at the confer ence tiiwnrd ninnlgainnting all the good roads association movements in Oregon. A reorganization of the efficiency ami economy movements in the state will be attempted. Another conference topic will be city planning: how to interest tin1 women und the civic bulies of the state. A session for women will be held on tin1 topic. A plan for more scientific credit will be discussed. - REAL ESTATE TEAKSHEi , D 1) (lorsline et ill to Out, Sii, ii". Part M ,1 Milltttii,aiur. Allied Wilson et tu t Mubhs, of lots lik! 'toil Wilds Sub. Div, to X Sri Wm II E(lwnr.l8firWj,jj wards, part bnn'l Wit iliai tf and 3D, R 8, 2-H';1ttin.tWiif claims 111 anil .12, ft Mclaay cliiium 31 ml li, B V-V Waldo Hills Onbini ( tstiu Abst rnct Co., mrl Jno Slim tliii S, K r. 2-w: " " ' Chiiiilrina BVntviw (t ' to Am Vnget, lot 4, lilotk 1, Vainiiotnt U addition to Salem. Hiii licl Nelson et vit to Rtt t Siilcm, lot 8, block o-2, Vuiveifiiri. (inn ot ISnlem, .1, ilui 13 l.ntiih el ux ilaiHrf .... , 11'... W.l,.irlB plfiim " t'.iT u. hi i in. v , Anna Vngi't et vir to 0, et vir, lot 4, Work 4, 1'airamt'to lulililimi to Salem. W II llolilcret uv I" Gn 1 a ,..i i.'.i lionrfler. imrt Siwn b. C. ti, Ii !, ; I ti msti hut one cent I ( to toU your story I tlio Journal New Today eelUB. J GROWINC MORE CORN, Iteports from all neighboring parts of the Valley indicate that coin acre age (his year will be larger than ever before. Many who have never been interested heretofore will plant corn this year, and many who have grown corn will this year largely incrense their acreage. The. number who believe Hint corn cannniit be grown here is growing less each year, ami the men who have .Icmoiistrnte.l that corn Is a profitable croji in the Willamette Val ley are building belter than they knew. They are among the real bene factors of their respective communities, Aurora Observer, SPRING JOYS. The circus soon will camp upon The verdant village grass. And editors will get an ad Likewise n family puss. '"Vl' '" !"' ""' ''i1'1'11" ''otno "Pis one of life's evuniu I'ur it tints monev in their el And giies them joy in tents thes Tho principal mu.on for ritios having boards to censor moving picture films is that it provides more offices for patriots who are averse to hard work. r LADD & BUSH, Bankers Established 1868 Capita $500,000.00 Transact a general banking: business Safety Deposit Boxes , SAVINGS DEPARTMENT I'hnie Troy wns u caller nl III lie Moti.lne ite.it.iti.r Miss Car, ;e Km,s visited at the A. Matins hotn,. ne evening this week. alter I II ... t . ....... -. . ., to noutrnli,e ll.e acid and stop the fei- 1,.,,, Su,a,. ' ' "' ...........,.., w.iK ... a in.ie wilier ; ,r, ti,,,,,,,. w ,. .... ,1 imn.e.tiiiteiy it I ur eating troni one to uiHu.ltis. i" ir.isitioui...s 01 iiisuraiiMi .iagnes- in, wiiH ii in iiuiini .ess tne ucsi ami rea i-1 spent i.v eiieeuve ai.iaci, nml too,! oorreciive l.rothe mii'hii, i tie aciii will he neutralized t and the lermeiitiition stunned almost ..... ,' ". ' Milein vis itlsllll.l t'. int. I Vitiii1 Ml.ttiiiii.li u-ill ,il .. U once proceed to' digest the food in a I ""' ' '"" 'lavneii huvo been heiillhv iiormal innnuer. lie ,i.,-,. t ,k i '"B. ,"""" tl week. As a mailer of fact, there's very lit tle common sense in the world most of it is uncommon, niwing wheat nnd children, of Snl...n stui-.lay and Sunday wilh her Mowaid .Innos, and familv. A. ,1. V illltl t si.,. :itor We.lnes.lav. I Ms. 1. Hami, Mniiniti-r nm frcsldciit j 9 ISft W.tlWV BM ifcnan 1 bi. not Suitor udBiub I A Message to the Sufferers! You need not bo discouraged about your J'0f uwd l J netp tor you. uur cnincso Jieru m ; .Ph of the W centuries, nml nro highly reconim nded (r uisc, , stomach, heart, liver, kidneys, rh iinintisin, blood ' . 1 nervousness, catarrh, bladdor tro blc, coiutipntion, ri' J disenses, feninlo trouble rino'i irire up '('I " t To those who it mny concern; Call nt once, uoni i others fail. This is tho ono reliable and pomtivo help i ; , suit is pleasing to all who try it. . J CHAN & BOW WO, China noros, "Yu HiskSl1 Bttl.-m, Oregon. , I 1'liono 081 ulthv 1. nr.. ml innnuer. lie sine to usk vour ilrueeist fur llisiuiiled acnes 11 V... ., . ' " "'.ui'iieu ..lonuiiy 1 run as other forms are utterly Inching In ', l'",r"'i'"". nt.. where she has been Its peculiarly valuable properties. i ,"' K1"'"'."' ber di-.ugliler. She was ltisiirnlcl iaKnesin, No. K. ilth' .! v'"1,"r nt the fair while t'nere. street, N, V, t1. 1 M.ss Anna ti,,. Bil Mr. Kriiuk 1 , j 1 "v "'' were uu.nng those who attended After the marries her, the first lime j "'lunch nt Auburn Sunday evening, he sees her lace wit'.i lln complexion j Mr. William, tlu, president of the washed off be thinks that he has mnde 1 ''niniers' Telciil,,,,,,, r .i;.. a mistake and married her mint. Ithe telephone Ii,.,,, .1,1. .i, 1 7 : s h The ymith woo Ihes hiuh doesn't to light. I SAN FRANCISCO ! A modrtn, fi-prool, up.lo-d.ie Holrl, m the crnfr ol evcrytl,i. td direct lint lo ik. F . ,a 00 . . , " Art Dtich(dBth MvilB.ih J..M.2.00doUbl Hmnsn".?;! 1 1 1 1 (UW U.(..Hil n.. I L . it. . . . top I,, worry nbuut whefe he's going tl, ,,,,, " , "V" . ' MMV 1 to turinip hrn. ..I. l50RmiJ.SJ;,irir- I IT.k. . . Nock North. Or T.ke, Unlvtr,. bu, direct to Hole! In order that the public may know how we do ' Jjjj and become familiar with the New Modern Sanaa we are going to make our regular SIS Bate CM UVU For . - - No extracting Jit this price. Tim ofier Jlay 15. Dr. W. A. COX i Lady Attendant. PAINLESS DENTIST 303 State Street SALEM, ORE- 1 rhone S2G