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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURVAU SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, 'APRIL T. 1917.
TWO. For the invalid as well as those in perfect health Bakerk Cocoa is an ideal food bev i erage, pure, delicious andwholesome. Walter Baker O Ca Ltd. OTAM.4MIO troO OQRCHUTLM.MAaS. Bf AXOT William F. Bysrs, formerly editor of the (roldendalc Sentinel arrived in Sa lem lat night Cor a short visit to hii parents, General and Mrs. W. II. By ars. Mrg. James F. Alley and son, Rollo Aidcy, left Wednesday for a sojourn in California. During their stay in the outh they will pas the greater part of their time in Oakland. Mrs. Lillian M. Sauder snd daugh ter, Miss CI em a Sauder, left Wednes day night for an extended trip east. During their absence they will visit friends and relatives in Colorado, Kan sas and Ohio. . Salem golf devotees will be interest ed to know that H. L. ITatt, the ci Iwrt golf professional from the Waver j Country club of Portland, will come to Halem Sunday to give lessons to local enthusiasts Mr. Pratt will be at the golf links two days, Sunday and Monday, and any Salem folk desiring to tuke les aoaa will be able to make engagements with M. Pratt by telephoning Kalph Meores. Mrs. Ida M. Bubcoek has returned from a several days visit in Portland and Oregon City. In the Utter place nhe was tho guest of her brother, W. K. Pratt. Mrs. Robert Paulus who has been passing a short visit in Portland has returwsd home. - The members of the Samedi club will gather at the home of Mrs. Dee (Johl- . PRESIDENT ISSUES (Continued from page one.) refuse or neglect to depart therefrom; and to establish any other regulations which are found necessary in the prem ises and for tho public safety.' "Whereas, By Sections 4008, 4069 oud 4070, of the revised Btatues, further provision is made relative to alien en emies: Uiges Loyalty. "Therefore, I, Woodrow Wilson, pres ident of the lTnited States of America, lo hereby proclaim to all whom it may concern that a state of war exists be tween the United States and the Im perial German government; and I do tpecifical!y direct all officers, civil or military of tho United States that they exercise vigilance and zeal in the dis rharffo of the duties incident to such a state of war; and I do, moreover, earn estly appeal to all American citizens that they, in loynl devotion to their country, dedicated from its foundations, to the principles of liberty and justice, uphold the lews of the land and give undivided and willing support to those measures which may be adopted by the constitutional authorities in prosecuting the war, to a successful issue and in. ob taining a secure and -mat peace: "And, acting under and by virtuo of the authority vested in me by tho con The Cookies that took me back to California (Report No. 3) It happened in my condensed little New York kitchen, with just room for the gas range, sink, table, ice box, cupboards and me. I had promised a few friends a treat cookies! Because I wanted crisp cookies, I used wholesome Cottolene two-thirds cup with this new recipe: 2 cups sugar 1 teaspoon soda I cup buttermilk Tea I Cottolene is also superior for trying and (or all cake-making TK0K780H son tomorrow afternoon to be guests at the informal Kensington for which Miss Moore will be hostess. Society will make merry tonight at the delightful dancing party for which the Cberrians will be hosts at the Ma sonic Temple, following their dinner and meeting at the Commercial club. Thj affair will be informal and will bo attended only by the Cherrians. their families and invited friends. Mrs. B. L. Steeves and Mrs. M. C. Findlcy will be joint hostesses for a delightful afternoon tomorrow when they will entertain the young wonwn of the Willamette university at the residence of the former. Miss Gertrude East who is attend ing O. A. C, was among the girls re turning home today to pass the Easter vacation. Mr. and Mrs. II. Ryan of California have been visiting at the country home of the latter daughter, Mrs. J. A. Lanford, near Hall 's Ferry. Mrs. T. C. Davis entertained infor mally yesterday afternoon at her home on Ferry street. Her guests included a small group of matrons who are mem bers of the Public Service Commission club. Friends of George Palmer Putnam will bo glad to know that he is rapid ly re overing from the recent operation which he undorwent at the Salem hos pital and is now at his home on Bel! vue street. stitution of the United States mul I lip said sections of the reviseit Mtntiituu 1 iio hereby fuither proclaim and direct mat ine conduct to De oDserved on th( Dart uf the United States mum-, I nil ni tives. citizens, deniseus or suhiects of Germany, boing males of the age of 14 yenrs of age and upward, who shall be annul tne i nneci mates and not act ually naturalized, who. for the nurnnw of this proclamation and uuder such sections of the revised statutes are termed alien enemies, shall be as fol lows; Concerning Aliens. "All alien enemies are enjoined to preserve the peace towards the United States and to refrain from crime against tho public safety, and from vio lating the law8 of the United States and of the states and territories there of, and to refrain from actual hostility or giving information, aid or comfort to the enemies of the United States and to comply strictly with tho regulations which are hereby or which may be from time to time promulgated by "tho presi dent; and so long as they shall conduct themselves in accordance with law, they shall be undisturbed in the peaceful pursuit of their liveg and occupations, and be accorded the consideration due all peaceful and law abiding persons, except so fa." as restrictions may be necessary for their own protection and lor tho safety of the United States; and By a Native Daughter 1 teaspoon salt Flour Caraway edt Kaitini Soon I was mighty busy pulling those crisp wafers out of the hot oven. Then I tasted. The first bite took me back under the old plum tree in California. Maybe it was a cherry trr anyway, there I was. Over the fence leaned the plump next-door lady. She was giv ing "us children" cookies. And here I was, way off in New York, tasting them again the same cookies. Perhaps ytu had a plump next-door lady? Maybe jih'J Cottolene Jhe Natural Shortening toward sura aliea enemies at conduct themselves in accordance mith law, all ritiiens of the United States are enjoin ed to preserve the peace Bod to treat them with ad such friendliness as may be compatible with loyalty and alleg iance to the United States. "Aud all alien enemies mho fail to conduct themselves as so enjoined, in addition to all other penalties prescrib ed by law, shall l liable to restraint or to give security, or to remove and depart from the United tSates in the manner prescribed by sections 4IW8 and 4070 of the revised statutes, and as pre scrilieil in the regulations duly promul gated by the president; "And pursuant to the authority vest ed in me, I hereby declare and estab lishe the following regulations, which I find necessary in the premises and for the public safety: Regulations Required. "(1) An alien enemy shall not have in his possession, at any time or place any firearm, weapon or implement of war or component part thereof, ammuni tion, Maxim or other silencer, bomb or explosive or material used in the manu facture of explosives; "(2) An alien enemy shall not have in bis possession at any time or place or nse or operate any aircraft or wire less apparatus, or any form of signal ling device, or any form of cipher code or auy paper( document or book, writ ten or printed in cipher or in which there may be invisible writing; "(3) All property Yound in the pos session of an alien in violation of the foregoing regulations shall be subject to seizure by the United States; "(4) An alien enemy shall not ap proach or be found within one half of a mile of any federal or state fort, camp, arsenal, aircraft station, government or naval vessel, navy yard, factory or workshop for the manufacture of muni tions of war or of any products for the use of the army or navy; "(5) An alien enemy shall not write, print or publish any attack or threats against the government or congress of the United States or either branch thereof or against the measures or policy of the United States or against the person or property of any person in the military, naval or civil service of the United States, or of the states or the territory of the District of Colum bia or of tho municipal governments therein; " (ti) Aii alien enemy shall not com mit or abet any hostile act against the United States, or give information, aid or comfort to its enemies; "(7) An alien enemy shall not reside in or continue to reside in, to remain in, or enter any locality which the presi dent may from time to time designate by executive order as a prohibited area in which residence by an alien enemy shall be found by him to constitute a danger to the public peace and safety of the United States, except by permit from the president and except under such limitation or restriction as the president may prescribe; "(8) An alien enemy whom the presi dent shall have reasonable cause to be lieve to be aiding or about to aid the enemy, or to be at large to the danger of the public peace or safety of the United States, or to have violated or to be about to violate any of these regula- tions, shall remove to any location designated by the president by execu tive order and shall not remove there from without a permit, or shall depart from the United States is so required Dy the president; "(D) No alien enemy shall depart from the United Ktntes until he shall have received such permit as tho presi dent shall prescribe, or except under order of a court, judge or justice under Sections 41HW and 4070 of the revised statutes; " (10) No alien enemy shall land in or enter the United States, except uuder such restrictions and at sunn places as the president may prescribe; "(11) If necessary to prevent viola tions of these regulations, all alien an emies will be obliged to register; " (12) An alien enemy who there may bo reasonable cause to believe is aiding or about to aid the enemy, or who may be at large to the danger of the public peace or safety or who violate or at tempt to violate, or of whom there is reasonable ground to beliee that he is about to violate any regulation duly promulgated by the president, or any criminal law of the United States or of the states or territories thereof, will be subject to summary arrest by the ! United States marshal, or his deputy or such other otticer as the president like to travel backward a few years to some loved spot? Well "open your mouth and shut your eyes." And after you've tasted these wholesome Cot tolene cookies I'm sure you'll say, "Please give me your recipe. I'm going to make cookies, too, ttday." If you use this recipe and Cttxtltnt you'll have crispy, wholesome, "remembery" cookies. And you'll have them tftcn. From l G. S. FREE I Cook book containing 239 recipes bv famous cooks sent free. Write "to The N. K. Fair bank Company, 111 West Wash ington Street, Chkago, III. At grocers In tine ol convenient i t mL- "" ' 1 BEAR ON ARGENTINE That Country Told Coal Will Be Cut Off If WTieat Era bar go Stands By diaries p. Stewart (United Press staff correspondent) Buenos Aires, April 6. England has put powerful pressure on Argen tine to force raising of the wheat em bargo. It was learned on unimpeachable au thority today that the British govern ment hag threatened an embargo on coal as a reprisal against the grain ban announced by Argentine. The greatest alarm was manifest among Argentine officials today. They were hurriedly making another inven tory of the republic food supplies. It was known, however, that without British coal all railroads, all shinning and all industries in the nation would be paralyzed. The situation so far hat been con cealed from the Argentine public, of ficials not desiring to reveal the gov ernment under coercion. Officially St 'was known also tho government is deeply concerned over the influence behind the disaffection of Governor Ugarte of Buenos Aires province to President Irigoyen's au thority. It was predicted that I'gartc's removal from the governorship would be the government's next step, pro vided it was certain such removal could be accomplished without bloodshed. There has been a long feud between the state and the - government and Ugartc and Irigoyen. Trying to Stir Up Negroes in South Birmingham Ala.. April 6. The third arrest in connection with German plots to incite negroes to rebellion was made here today when a negro ad dressing members of his race at a local depot, declared they should join the German army. Good pay, social equal ity and unrestricted franchise were of fered. Government agents made the arrest. The name of the negro was withheld. Government men admit a plot has been unearthed whereby negroes work ing in the vtarious coal mine? and in dustrial plants of the district were to dynamite the mines and plants. Appeal has been sent to Montgomery for troops, which are expected to ar rive Monday to be scattered over the industrial district- shall designate, and to confinement in such penitentiary, prison, jail, military camp, or other place of detention as may be directed by the president. "This proclamation and the regula tion herein contained shall extend and apply to all lend and water, continental or insular, in sny way within the juris diction of the United States. "In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed (Seal) "Done at the city of Washing ton, this sixth day of April, in the year of Our Lord, one thousand nine hun dred and seventeen, and of the Indepen dence of the United States, the one hundred and fortv-first. (Signed) ' ' WOODROW WILSON, "By the president:, , Hobert Lansing, secretary of state." Flans for Raising Armies. Washington, April 6 After proclaim ing a state of war the president this afternoon issued the following state ment regarding the means to be chosen to raise the army of two milliou asked for by the war heads last night: "The principles embodied in the leg islation presented by the war depart ment to the military committees of the senate and house have my entire ap proval, and its specific recommenda tions embodied, in that it is best judg ment of the officers of the war depart ment. "It proposes to raise the forces neces sary to meet the present emergency by bringing the regular army and national guard to war strength and by adding the additional forces which will now be needed so that the national guard will comprise three elements the regu lar army, the national guard and the so called additional forces, of which a first five hundred thousand are to be auth orized immediately and later increments of the same size as tfcey may be needed in order that oil these forces may com prise a single army, the term of enlist ment in the three is equalized and will be for the .period of emergency. "The necessary men will be secured for the regular army and the national guard by volunteeriug as at present, un til, in he judgment of the president a resort to a selective draft is desired. By Selective Draft. "Tho additional forces, however, are lo be raised by selective draft from men ranging in age from 19 to 25 years. "The quotas of the several states in all of these forces will be in propor- non to tneir population. "This legislation makes no attempt to solve the question of a permanent military policy for the country, chiefly tor the reason that in these anxious and disordered times a clear view cannot be had either of our permanent necessities'1"" n"4' "i h. ,W!n nronc '".'.ft? fi ft 'turf iSTESS '13T ,s 0V" T.r"8emen,sn,eut! These ere danger signals. Trouble have been made composing many of the j,, with ki(ineys. Urie acid poison- questions which have hitherto seemed to require the aiming of the nation, and that in some ordered and just way the peace of the world may be maintained by such co-operation of force among the great nations as may be necessary to maintain peace and freedom throughout the world. " When these arrangements for a per manent peace are made we can determ ine our military needs and adapt our course of military preparations to the genuine of a world organized for jus tice aud democracy. "The present bill, therefore, is adapt ed to the present situation, but it is drawn upon such lines as will enable us.al Haarlem Oil in Capsules. Bo sure the to continue its policy, or so much of it j name GOLD MEDAL is on the box, and as may. be determined to be wise, when thus protect ourself against eounter tbe present crisis has passed. " feits. A TREATMENT FORHERVES Woman Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound Helped Her. Wast Danby, N. Y. "I have had' nervous trouble all my Kfe until I took ' Lyrjia C llnkham a I Vegetable Com-i pound for nerves ! and for female trou bles and it straight ened me out In good shape. I work nearly all tho time, as we live on a farm and I have four irU. Ida all my sewing and other work with their help, to tt hows that I stand it real well. I took the Componnd when my ten year old daughter came and it helped me a lot. I keep it in the house all the time and recommend it" Mrs. Dewitt Since Baugh, West Danby, N. Y. Sleeplessness, nervousness, irritabil ity, backache, headaches, dragging sen sations, all point to female derange ments which may be overcome by Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound. This famous remedy, the medicinal ingredient of which are derived from choice roots and herbs, has for forty years proved to be most valuable tonic: and invigoratorof the female organism. THIRD OREGON (Continued from page one.) will not call upon Undo Sam to sup port their wives or families. Salem Soldier Called Away. The wife of John A. Hess, of Salem, is reported to bo seriously ill, and he has asked for leave of absence, while she is operated on. Strength Table Given. The following table shows tho en listed strength of the Third Oregon to night: Strength. Need. company a , si Company B 12S Company C 102 Company D 85 Company E 94 Company P 150 Company G 132 Company H 121 Company I jrS Company K Ill ) Company L 141 ; Company M 128 TI 1 - . KQ jxcauquariers , . Sanitary 33 Supply 37 Machine gun 74 Totals . .1606 390 ic9)tjk)c4c)ci(c)c)(cic)k)kielt ALKALI MAKES SOAP BAD FOR WASHING HAIR j Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali, which is very injurious, as it dries the scalp and makes the hair brittle. The best thing to use is just plain mulsified coeoanut oil, for this is pure and entirely greaseless. It's very cheap and beats the most expensive soaps or anything else all to pieces. You can get this at any drug store, and a few ounces will last the whole family for months. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in, about a teaspoonful is all that is required. It makes an abund ance of rieh, creamy lather, cleanses thoroughly, and rinses out easily. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and is soft, fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wavy and easy to handle. Besides, it loosens and takes out every particle of dust, dirt and dandruff. TOLLING STORIES (Continued from page one. Britten demanded the "ayes" and "noes." He grinned as groans arose from all over the chamber. It takes forty five minutes to ai hour to call the house roll. Seaker Clark put the question as to "ayes" and "noes" to a vote and it was overwhelmingly defeated, viva voce. A moment later the Britten amendment was defeated likewise. Not satisfied, Britten moved that the resolution be referred back to the foreign affairs committee and report ed out with an amendment identical to the one that just failed. Once more he led in an attempt to get the "ayes' ' and "noes." Another motion for reference back to the committee was killed also. The pacifists, realizing themselves defeated, died hard and at 2:37 Repre sentative Sloan, Nebraska, offered an other similar amendment which failed Kdgar S. Schofield, a veteran of the vil war, aged 78 years, died at Al- jbany Wednesday. ITS YOUR KIDNEYS v . 11 r- a .. J V. J f ing, in one form or another, has set in. It may lead to d ropey or fatal Bright 's disease if not checked. Get seme GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules immediately. They are an old preparation, used all over the world for centuries, eombiuing natural healing oil and herbs, well known to physicians and used by thousands in their daily practice. The Capsules are not an ex perimental, make shift "patent medi cine," or "salt." whose effect is onTy temporary. They are a standard rem edy, and act naturally, gently and quickly. But when ou go to the drug- im, insist on gelling iuc pure, ungm 1 v. ot?y Warners CUIDI This. Store is ready with an Excellent Line of Easter Apparel, for Women, Misses and Children Coats, Suits, Dresses Skirts, Waists Novelty Neckwear Fancy Ribbons Novelty Jewelry Sports Sweaters Confirmation Dresses Kayser's Underwear Gloves . Hosiery Stationery Popular Prices for U. G. Shipley Co. Liberty Street in the same manner. Decided at 3:08 Promptly at 2:45 o'clock the house started to vote on the resolution. At 3:08 tho roll had been called in record time and the president's state. of war resolution had passed both branches of congress. Throughout the day and night the gallerius maintained their long vigil. Up until the last minuto tbo corridors were packed with scores ready to spring into the first scat vacated, but few persons left. frequently the chair had to admon ish the galleries to keep silent or they would be cleared out. But ripples of applause came every time one side or tho other scored an important point. Beautifully gowned women, shoul ders flashing from dwolettc gowns, leaned nervously far - over the edge, from the floor bencnth. lien sat in solemn silence. The crowds would laugh jerkily when there was nothing to laugh about. Hut the dread of what was being enacted seem ed to grip every person. Five minutes after the resolution had passed, house, chamber and gal leries were deserted. Those Voting Against It Tho 50 who voted against the rcso- If Your System Is Poisoned With acids, yon cannot know what it is to be healthy. Acids poison the blood and are the source of many dis eases affecting the heart and arteries, akin and mucous surfaces, joints and muscles, and the brain and general kiervous system. Some of these dis eases are Rheumatism in various forms, Catarrh, Eczema, Pimples, foils, rashes, and other skin diseases, Malaria, Scrofula and general blood troubles. In order to restore yourself to a healthy condition, you must drive Painless Parker - - - Outlaw His Confessions CHAPTER XXI. I hate to talk about dental holdup men. I'll step on so many toes with coins on them. I'll have to tell you about the man ("My Dentist uf sacred memory) who has the nerve to charge you $25 for u gold crown, when he knows full well that he cau take a five- Jp-" dollar piecea nd make w .-zS f six and a half gold crowns from it and still make a profit. He's the fellow who cau take a single silver dollar nnd give you fifty (yes, 50) so-called "platinum" fillings, all the time charg ing you from $2 to $20 for the job. That's why I have a little delicacy about discussing tho "ethical" gentle men of the Dental Trust, with their law-established "minimum fees," their love of the "dear public," their be nevolence toward M. Workingmaii. their innovence of guile, their high standards of honesty, their love of fair play. And yet this is the Twentieth Cen tury, and the law of the survival of the fittest still holds good. So let's what these gentlemen have to offer that will make their peculiar methods of business last, as against the man who would rather have "business" ethics than "professional" ethics. "Business" ethics, in this modern nge, mean something. Business is now regulated in countless ways. The mod ern legislatures have passed "blue sky" laws, stntutes regulating honest weights and measures, pure food, fairj Modart Corsets Perfumes Linens Notions Undermuslins Silk Petticoats Sun Umbrellas Parisian Ivory Toilet Articles Leather Goods i Quality Merchandise Salem, Oregon lution were: Almond, Bri.-on, Bititl)en, Brownej Burnett, Carey, Church, Connoly of Kansas; looper or Wisconsin; Uavirt son, Davis, Decker, Dill, Dillon, Do minick, Ksch, Freer, Fuller of Illinois; Haugen, Hayes, Henslcy, Milliard, Hull of Iowa; Igoe, Johnson of South, Dakota; Keating, King, Kinhaid, Kitchen, Knntson, La'Follette, Little Londou, Lundsen, McLemore, Mason, Nelson, Randall, Bankin, Rcavis, Rob erts, liodenburg, Shackleford, Sher wood, Sloan, Stafford, Van Dyke, Voiglit, Wheeler, Woods of Iowa. Cheers greeted the announcement oB the result. A few minutes later Speak er Clark signed the resolution- auil the house then adjourned, to meet again Monday aiid take up the admin istration's recommendations - for war legislation. . . ... . .. . t- - ASK FOR and GET or lick's . The Original Malted Milk Substitutes Cost YOU Sam Price. these acids from yonr system awf purify your blood. j S. S. S. has been purifying and ren vitalizing the blood of thousands foB fifty years. It is a purely vegetable remedy, and is the most efficient agenl known for cleansing the blood an4 building up the system. J Ask for it at your druggist's, and dont accept a substitute. For special medical advice write to Medical De-j partment, Swift Specific Co, 308 Swift) Building, Atlanta., Ga. 9 railroad rates, fairness of competition, equality of endeavor. In nil these inl crn laws the public is considered. But. "professional" ethics? Is the public considered I Is I ho public, let even into the basement 1 Modern "business' ethics, traveling a long way from the dark-lantern stand ards of even half a century ago, demand that the purchaser be given a square ileal, that he be enlightened as to the whys and wherefores of the prices he pays. (Aud, believe nie, the modern cousunier or customer will now go tar enough to demand it, even where the laws fail to compel the seller to so en lighten him.) Compared with modern "business" ethics, modern "professional" ethics are about as far improved as the l'ata gonian witchdoctor's. The first fas it is last) of the principles of modern " professional '.' ethics is to keep the public in drk ness about the business. No "blue sky" latva here. That 's why a dentist today can do things that would niake the ordi nary storekeeper close his doors in 24 hours. No explanation of the "goods." N- reason given for the prices charged. No appeal allowed to the law. No "come back." No chance to seek a competi tor unless, perchance, he be one uf those "unethical" outcasts like the present writer- "Pay our prices or chase yourself," is the polite admonition from the "ethical" sanctum. Do you wonder that I marvel that an antiquated code of ethics, sm-h as the Dental TriHt manages to keep alive, is allowed to exist in this Twentieth Century t Let nie explain further in mv next talk Adv. (Tj be Continued.) UV'C