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'ditoria of TAe Capital Journal Till l;-nY M:.v t:kmn. is'i;. '6 sAv.v.v.w.v.v.T.v.vss.vv ornMnpn T-i-rnr r-i- vx-. -. rMoil oI'VUIT SIIFV HI? ktm BV riDiacnci; ;.tLbi Lir-tAU r. .v i . r i . ... Capital Journal Ptg. Co., Inc. L. a BABXES, TreiiJent. CHAS. H. FISnKIJ. Vice President. DORA C. AXDRFSEX, le. und Tres. Sl'BStKUTIUX Pai'y br carrier, per yer $-.(0 Per month 4oo Ii!y tj- mail, per year 3.00 Per month 3oo Fill. LKASKD WIRE TKLEdUAPIl REPORT V dispatch from Hut nos Aires yesterday stated licr-fpri tDMK rnilMFirDQ y had made ample reparation to Argentine for the ULLLDltfllL rUUilLlLl0 $ otitp ir,,, fM PrDMjll viniu lLd fix KKIfK Villi EASTERN 1'KI'KK.SEN'TAT1YK3 Yird & I.cwi, Xcw York, Tribune Pudding. (.'hit-ago, W. H. Stoekwell, People's Gas Building. The Capital Journal carrier boys are instructed tt) put the papers on tho p:rch. If the carrier does not do this, misses you,.ir neglects getting tho paper to you en time, kindly phone the circulation manager, as this is tho w.ly wav we can d-'termine whether or rot the carriers are following in ructiors. Phone Main SI before 7:30 o'clock and a paper will be sent you by srecU! rresscnger if the carrier has missed you. many sinKintr ol one 01 her shins, or what is nnt tit. s.nm has promised to do so. She has promised to pay all damages and to salute the Argentine flag. This is an easy way out, but it shows she would like to retain the fiienjship.of at least one American country. At the same time a state ment is made that Germany had sometime ago made a secret treaty with Chile under which she promised to aid that country in taking some of Argentine's territory. "Attic friendship" was the real thing compared to that so liberally professed by Germany. DAY AT HUMMER CARTHAGE MUST BE DESTROYED" Advice and castor oil both come under the category of ! things that give streigth to the pi-overb that ' It is better I to give than to receive." This being the case it may be I concluded that most of us should feel better, for the ; farmer has certainly received plenty of real advice. Xow I perhaps we had best give him a rest and let him n'et to his While the statement that the German chancellor would: work unhampered. It may be we will be called on to give make another offer of peace today, has been denied by cur labor as well as advice, and it is hoped we will be :s the Berlin press, or some of it, everybody has been await-: generous with it. If we are, the farmers will have plenty ing the day with considerable interest. London is already ! 0f help any time they need it. discounting any offer that might be made, though it is1 '. partly conceded that should Germany offer to abandon1 General Obregon, in many respects the ablest of living vin n'liiwj cuv. iu x-o-ifcium miw: jiuAicans, iias resigned irom me uarranza cannier, giv- Serbia, and give up her desire for a way to the Indiasjing poor health as the reason. This may be correct but through the Balkans and Turkey, the offer might be at 'generally when a big Mexican quiis his leader it is for the least given consideration. If the offer is made, it must purpose of becoming a leader himself through the only to gam any attention from the allies-contain the provis-means known to a Mexican, that of revolution Terhaps ions enumerated. English diplomats point out that Ger-j the next revolution will bear Obregon's name, many could make an offer of peace that ostensibly would seem to the uninformed fair, by restoring Belgium and Little Cuba is doing her part ririit manfully. Her la't abandomng all territory gained by her during the war, ;est act is to get busy repairing the German ships she yet by retaining what she has gained in the east, be really j seized that were interned in her harbors, and preparing a victor. Apparently one thing is necessary before any! to put them at work carrying materials and food to the peace terms win De considered, and mat is sucn cnange in i allies. While contributing her mite she shows she too, has the German government as to deprive the i mihtaiy ,earned from the United States the real meaning of liberty. , Seventy-Fourth Anniversary To Be Properly Observed Saturday 'jli;i ' V llll'I'M tt. rv la ha, le in f01f(. , ;' '" an,.. pcriii), wlieu tl. ,.,.,,. ' ,h' "f prir,gficl,l , J,,," " " "".,., A. (). Hunter. i,r,.,.,i. . I Mend, .lio.l T.i..l" ' m i.'.i'ii ii( ... '"Kilt .11 II 11 MSB i llMIl llli pHSM'ilUCI'M (l till element of the power of making war. Unless this is done the sacrfices made by all the allies have been made in vain. If Prussian militarism is left in the saddle, sooner or later the war will have to be fought over again Tt is Sflirl tbp orpnfpof Vmlihnr Knnlrc in fl-m wnvl.l ovo It CUR I nff f hp Orecrnn ennt Of rniiKP whnvo oloo dir.nl1 th&r i;t-vn iue u uiiui u iS lucu i ignt, umi m neve: ; bev lt ls up to Oregon to see they are properly harvested, oe settled right until the menace of the worlds peace is;n order to nelp out the food supp!y We sh'ould ?athpr forever removed. j in the fish before the kaiser sends a submarine after the This can only be done by curtailing the power of the J crop. kaiser and the military element that has controlled the! German empire for the past forty years or more. This concession will not be made by the German rulers, for they are drunken with power, and will refuse to be shorn of any of it so long as there is any chance of retaining it. The military element controls now, and any concession of this kind would take all their power and prestige away from them .As hubby digs into the back lot these mornings while wif ey points out just what she wants done, he realizes in full the meaning of that business term "three days grace," principally oecause ne teels he is not getting them. fMtiir.l.iv nf this week t!u ver.siirv uf tomiili'rs day will l rele- l-rtiteil t Uiniiiput'n, the Plymouth K'ni k if Oregon. Tin- ci'li drnt inn will I'O held miller the !ini'iii (if the Ore n I "inut'.-r HMMicim i,,n. The irexideiit .f the d:iv i., .hid-e l. . I'.r,.v. ,;ov. rinor illiMini;l.e will iii liver iin n, iiie-.s und nls, i Seiialnr Wmul (t' Wiinh ii'liin eiiiiiil. Tliire wiil lie ii .--;. I ml,. Iin tlin tinmen l:ie, trie. Iea iuK Salem Ht !; I.'i Niluriliiv nun unit;. ,l Inat will i in iv tlie iiauiMii' roiiiidx. Ii v.iiK mi Mav l'. s;:. Hint the vet llern in tllirt alley deeideil t. l'nriii some kind of u , ;,n ei iiinent u, at tlie .'auie time nie as tn whether it 'referred l live uii.I.t the Knylish or Amei'u aii J I'iuueeis in th ml,.. nt lilj attended the meeting am- of t lj m i; tuiil.tr ."i ted in faxur , ..ui eiiiim flan ami .It) , eferri nr jv,, under the Knli-di rule. With the Wn niajiiiity. the firm civil uveriiineiit e i ol i no luielvv iiiniiiitainH was med nnder the American flau. W hen I'residi'lit Polk wa clei tinl. : iis slomin hiis '.-,(. in r fiyhl." Tliat j is. the .settlers in h)i iireferred in lioiindaiy line almtit :!l)U inik's north than the OrCHOlit limi ' decrees. A bout IT yonis nirn I lie slate luuiiiht 1 ne aeteM at ( Immune;' A f..w v..,i,vi later several (liv-oii .inneer.s in'eln.l-' iii' .In.lu'e P'.Vre.v iiiri hased an nddi tknml 1l' ai res ami it is now known h I'nnisional (iir, cruiueiit Park. Four vra in u the leyislalure apiniprialed '-' li re inihuise the pioneers fur Hie niiiimiit thev ha. I oaid for In Hill aiuii j f""""'"K operation. at ii.-t..'. result of 1,1, i , . , Olooil plllsniuili;, i Not Known Yet K.el.ur3 clcmicd up Tue,-iv rcparntory iiimsuio ,r r ), lu rry fcstivnl. " lay iirmiuht. uini-ial ine day dann,.,! lav , Piiker. siiiisiiine. Out H hour or two later, niilteutlv all dav und as I i . l-rinl rw , 'K, i III I III - IB I mi : i th. . i.. "itiiri in ii,. i. itli l,ii,.,i liKlar. M "Tfe . kik'W Sturm .,,.,. I ..u.. .. ' ""WIibl i unci. . 'oe cxpeots to havp ; a I'lieine f u,- ... t",'"'" ""V" '"''' 'lie maiiae,.,,,..,,, f n I illnmonlc num. nit th n,i.i lllllIlO In -"'Miil-C i.n ,, ftr '"' rlwncrllo, ((1 ? i ; , ("'iiiiMllv. ; '" ; from ik. ,"':, crossing tl,e'x,, , j rj';,"' '; he .1- V. ClIX. need 7.-,. , f) years a resident np TCinuslcy i niiiiiv , men Mitt, lay ntht af lor- !uuo the I n i t her Whih mni' tn n tii.int til..... a.. -i ........ ., ,, n,11(.s ( , kit. ....ie(i .a. o ine hunnjr (,.,, ,, ij,,. , "' the overturniiu' of a l,.,t ,,.i .' U. . '""' of diowaed. Slevcu Short pant ot I tie limit, rrucheil the ,,1, snl elv " IB III ft tliiB , "II" TTnl!,,.. k.... ' .""'W'i aiK.1li.-r .,,.,.. I .;,, T " ' V returnme tht infa,,, county fair thin year for the reav.n that if;,..i..i . """"""h lion' nenton cntintv will lave mi off'u ial tin the fair Kruu,U will he p,., Hp n, ,THi(' Mt'''f plai.lcl to fond produ.t. in an effort l V " " ""' V lt.,1,. ... L M..l.,.. -V,,,,, in i' tm- niiuiiiit'. the twelve ue res. At the lust session of the legislature f'.Ollli was appropriate.! for the erec tion of liuil.linys at t'hampoce, and for (he fencing of the l."i ai res, .luduo I)' Arcy prepared l.otli of the l.ills anil na largely instruiueiilal in seeuriii),' their pussngo. Two Were Killed When Rockingham Was Sunk Ni Measles havo been nlavimr liavnc iil, L ino flW T. HiffMsf the attendance of the ()re..n ( ; t v-! , - '.'" . liave brnaglit tait sr, ' schools .luring the past tun n ecks i IV" ''!low' Jho " '" ilim:iiii t Al.out (id cases have so far develop, u . t ,? " """'H'ltfttH: nnint-it 1l.e student, and niaiiv elulilrcn I , '."f " . who lire not of whim ih-p me i,l.. uf. " " m ' ( It f-i ! 1 1W i iJ . & -1. J1 t rv Tf fJerrrmnv ran i-ppn im Vior urn -V rf rloof i-iif Iam mi , ,i , i , i . v"" ni iwi iu'ii, jm uLnuii, vv in. i Aiiev tuiuvv uiat mice ine ueimaii peuuie l-cl : t hp tinn v Prw cVia nnnt0 tn r !,.,. fM, the power, war will not be again lightly entered into. It: there will be no ships in which to send her starving peo is one thing to order millions of the common people into ; pe f 00ct & 1 the shambles to be slaughtered, and another for the peo- . ' . pie to deliberately seek such conditions. The German j villa has not been heard from or of for several weeks, farmers sand their French neighbors ihad nothing against j Looks like he must have been killed again, or at least each other, and certainly would rot have flown at each taken another wife, others throats because a crazy fanatic killed a princelet. j J S f ill ijI i r i i ii ul course tnat was not tne real reason lor tne war, only , an excuse tor it. Back ci this was the dream of world ;f'? 5SV power, perhaps fostered and heightened by the invention of the Zeppelin, and the over estimating of its importance. No doubt the military aristocracy of Prussia thought with eiiii ui ixit'se git'uu aubiijips t-iiu euuiu ii.y over mei world and conquer it, because they could rule the air andj no nation and no country would be beyond their reach, or j able to defend itself against these mechanical vultures, j It is this menace to the world that must be removed.! Under certain conditions it will cost us much in blood and treasure, to do our part to eliminate this world danger,! but it must be clone. If we do not help now it will be up to i rs to make the struggle by ourselves against a victorious j Gei many, that will make the present war seem small., Once Germany conquers the allies she would not be satis-1 fled until she had conquered the United States, and then' made a conquest of the world. We are not in this war to fs fight the battles of the allies but our own, and those of an r pndaripered HviliznHnn Wp will ha rvnifnva fn nil Mi. C Iks' stands for if we hesitate or stnn tiH1 Hip wnv-lrl ' can neip tne tooci supply bv raisins' fields made safe for peaceful people to live in. We had better i uMV him , ot beanf- Icannot 'jnase the brutal foe, and perish as a nation and go down fighting the battles of i "i"" rn UU,V can nell to make things go by . . .. DOING ONE'S BIT How gladly I would do my bit, if I but had the chance ! How joyfully I'd tro and hit a Prussian with a lance! But I have spavins on my knees, a ringbone on my wrist, and I have foot and mouth disease, and so I can't enlist. A lot of us must stay at home, too lame to seek the front, too old to sail across the foam and do a Avarlike stunt. And vet . - j we need not throw a fit, or grumble day and ; j night, for we can surely do our bit, although - 1 we cannot fight. I cannot make the Ger 1J mans die, or sink their submarines, but I Corporation COIIIIIiailllillfr ew lurk, Mnv :!. -'fun i. ,.n Known 10 have been hilled when suli iimrine torpedoed and shelled the Am enean steamship Ivoi-kincham, ni-eiird- iuK ro a iniile rereived here lodav bv tne i.arliinil Sleamshi '"'in Captain Ivhvnrdrs the vessel. Mis i-al.le read: "l;1.,l.inKliaui torpedoed; two men Killed; one hoat inissinK will, thirteen men not yet landed. Furl her details have lieen cal.leil for. I'l.c two men prolmlilv were killed l.v shell fire, as ,t;u,...i..i. ... ... .1... I nitod I n ss yesterday staled the ship was s',., l.elore sin. went to the liot-toiii. The cntelies of salmon nuole l.y gW ticttets of Astoria on the opening ilnv of the senson. while not exceptionally Itirsre, were most antisfacttirv. . few deliveries of Its hie.li ns poiuuls were lunil..'. and the average was almut 2nd pontuh to I ho boat. This at the ruliiij: liih price of 10 cents per pound netted tho men "good returns for the day's work. - The Kddyville pool of 1017 mohair was offered for sit!.! Tuesday, and the only liid was for ftli 1 2 cents. Thin was refused, the lot lieinjr held 'for 7l emits. Conuany and Austria on all questions of peaee, n semi official slatenu'iit 10 ooived from Vienna today asserted. The Austrian cal.inet was said to in sist that liolh monarchies must " linhl together to the end, otherwise no jjoii'l could nccrite to either nower in tin1 I future. How Tiz" b U Tired, Burnaig, CaEsd Feet and Coras Sell it tho Journal Want Ad Way. Tanker Sua Sunk l'l)i!ad. Iphia, 'a.. May :i.-Thc l.ii; tiiiiher Sun was tmpedoeil and mink in Hie -Meiliierraiiean, nec. inline lo ud vic es received here lodav l.v the .Sun Oil 'oinpany. owners, from its Undon eney. 1 he crew is reported as saved- London, ( ' f human liberty than consent to any peacAhat does not ! SliPim taf,' And,1 can make the kind of spiel that mean a permanent world peace. We have impressed on ! j , -V!11 e' inat makes the young man grasp his steel, r iW1 iuu me. inu 1 can set examnles here the world our lofty ideals, have taught other peoples to believe in them. We have from a small handful of liberty icvmg men and women grown into a great nation. Wei have seen the spirit of democracy spread over the civil ized world until the greater part of it stands for the same high principles as we have done and do. Prussian militar ism, is the last enemy ' of these principles, and it must perish from the earth so that every nation and every country may adopt the golden rule as its guide, and answer with an emphatic yes, the question: "Am I my brother's keeper?" and more examples there, bv hoobno- ,w i fn, J ieai, all dirges of despair. E'en though my ailments mv h1fmn?T f a e day, methinks I still can do my bit, and figure in the fray. 279 Live Lost -Mav ;;. The traiisi.orf A.. etldinn was sunk in the M,.,i;t . . , , , "il'1'UIM'IIN M'i'11 i-i. Willi a loss of 1:7:1 n orilino- to an admin, II v lav. I V PS, tnleme'il VEE IN PERFECT ACCORD Perfi'i'l agreement rxisls " between !jsjs(; adcm rnDiini Uitil l UUUill SALEM'S OFFICIAL FLOWER K.I. Capital Journal: Vou may l.c in lerestcd to know that the .Modern Oladiohis O rower, a mnirazine d. -voted lo yhiiIiolus culture, puldished lit Cal cium, ,. ., will malic mention 111 mc conn iir msue of Ihe niliiption or tap olndiohis by Salem as its official flow er. The editor in a personal Ictler in dic.'iles that this adoption is niii'U!', adding; thai the gladiolus has nut to hi know ledj.;e l.een thus honored liet'ore. V. C. liJUHI.K. GooiM.ve, sore W, b" ; swollen feet, Wti M tw tiood-byc, 'corns, r ' ' no more InnK' F , up rour fftce in ajsom l 1 it. right . up the feet I , ' waller .htm vmir foot misery. All. '.. ; 'your feet reel. ' Got a 2.') cent bos of any (iriiKL'isi ' -' , u Don't Buffer. U'M ,U fect( feet than , v pver cet tireil. '";... u . -V...1 . mnnfV i"""" guarmiii S v mm r ffliiohzmn and J By Jane Pluelps TOM IS ANXIOUS liilla after my niolhcr-in- University Notes l.-arl i.'iioeiitarv LADD & BUSH, Bankers EstabMshed 1868 , . Karl Chaider. a. varsity lnpinl.er of Conipuny M, married in Salem yester i':.y eveuine;. He is liere on leave' of nl.-sciice for a period ot 12 or 15 days to take part in the Fnilav eveni,o ,.;,. I cert and to attend to business matters uiapler is a senior in the liberal arts department. I'l'ue! i.-e. 1 ne hestoj lowintf militi Fioni the Front. "C Willamette," eiilevlainmeiit by .lulians presented the fol iry program: "Letters l'.Hil Donev. "Ifo- Ilen ry l;ilization "ir.i, , ...... lonieay company.. In the debate liittid: won over Marsters. CAPITAL $500,000.00 Transact a General Banking Business Safety Deposit Boxes .SAVINGS DEPARTMENT At a recent meeting of the executive committee of the board of trustees a resolution was adopted contrary to the siuiieni iiotiy's action of feu from $50 to $0 per TO EMPLOY WOMEN Chi,-. raining Homester the After tho roll call answered l.v jokes- the Websteriiui sosietv cnioveil ' program. ''Pessimistic o, May ;i. Tliren oo.ro n;i. 'oads today announced that in the fn- lhZ('y ,Wm,ld c'"',loy ,vomen in all ! ' . fossilde, where the men b'H heir positions to join the col- Pests'- waVa 1 C, TT.t by Arbo alkev. " The Making of the iltoute are t) t ' i nd f.he Monon Professions" was a cmasi-ohibLol.l ,1 1! .t , 1 i' . 11,0 roiu,s prcpnrinpt to meet talk by Bam R. KW. 0ct, U " .. .. " f','0ilt'''l by a shortage of ' .i ..... ,v...s. vii-aiton w oLili ; men. J. htinlovea I , . 1 . save an exnosi ion ni- ih i':ii o..,. ., J""r"'cs who enlist are nssnred utoel industry. I.eetle Sparks conducted end oHW war.0' their Positi",s at thc CHAPTER XXXIV Vho is (his Vivian Morton?" inyllaw's arrival, but at times I was h1'"1'-, Uiof her. in. In - ,.ul..l t 1 I.,. , r,n I i j' i.-. . 1 1 1 I,. n!iV 111. " ,inin,i :iL II (-11 K l.'l SI IS IV 1 11111 I',. J. J1U1I I lllltl.O " '- ' tinio I was surprised, and 'felt, mv faen tlie butcher, and to keen the fltmh as I answered. T kne-.i- nf n..i.un Rhe was thinking of the violets: "She's a friend of Tom's. That "is he knew her before we were married," I reiilied. then lmioehnl ntt ,i .'. ' " i lull, (V Ul" scription of the wonderful dny she gave me. "From what you sny I think I should like this Miss Morton very much. She seems the right kind," Mrs. Ean Jtill remarked. ''Your mother objects to Helen, she thinks sho's ordinary," I blurted to lorn, -wno surprised looked from rt H... .,1 iii mo oiner nnxiousiy, an or annoyance, on Ins fnco as if some thing he had feared and dreaded had come to pass. "Oh, Helen's all right mother," he replied, 'she isn't a society woman, but she's good company, and both she and her husband, who is a bully 'fellow, have been more than neighborly." "Of course There ai'o many peo ple who are good neignbor-s whom wo don t care to call .friends," she ans wered. I thought disdainfullv, When Tom rose from the table, altho nothing moro had been said, his face still wore an nnions expression. And when I as usual followed him into the hall for my good bye kiss, he said: .......... ,,u m prim nnct om- m ner notions, Hue. But trv .1,1 tti-.r: . i i.i. ,nthnr niiK"' one expression not to mind it." Household Bills. I have said nothing nnent my mother niif y over my lulls arter my "Tnm. VOU'U ju - ..ft ' ,1 . UiKP 1)1. J! the butcher, and to keep me oiiit., more mm- unci fieri. All but the new man 110 1 three of us Mi ,,1 had so insisk-d upon my openinK !l''"c;iit'lis cheaply as " ,,,. count, lie had been almost iiiHiiltinK . 11 ., ' tMu get;' once or twice in his demands tor ino'n ,'!,. ev. Once when Mrs. Kmidall ov.-rlieHrd , l.mc bcui ( m t ,. him and came into the. kitchen to I j , ! !",, he ki4 what the loud talking was h1...u, I t TA l most slammed thc door in his rn; A ,.ere wlfLi fearful was I that she woulil hear In... o Ac iBh, Pd la, dunning me, and that action , d J - all. H leuu io niae iuoi onMu Tom's mother was just liltc To"1 about running into debt. , "It is the cause of more troin i 0 Hnt Tun). anything else in tho world,;' huo t. have one day. J ba.l been a.lm.nn ;' , ,, I saw in a store window, ami j (,Bllt dear- tliougnt; nan exi.resseu u mitiht, have ono like it or did to "'a,lc," p Ite I was m'r . t. i nr.ld W he nam, " r , . t , i l.a.1 run in , mV, !' at lost ft'"" 8 '1 that J ,:,.6 ' oottic pan,, It. is easv enough tor nci !..(' 1 4t,nnithf US SIC HI11.IO""" I J fpSS. lu.ii.iX' i.... i. block satin dresH.now - u iri,e. ;',,,,, it: i i in ui in i iivu 'j " i i ... ii j 1 1. tT .., before wo walked on. ii.-r .la.Jg" Hazel, dresded her ami dicss.-d beautifully in handsome expensive sue """ II. to"' terial. No wonder A..:... rtntiirtrr (-ImiiOei Oil CI'C OKiuunti m-u'i'ft i"."l." . ,nnil- scrimped me to give her spending w her dnughter She had no gave need to ey, and clothes, debt. r. . , . -1- a- tUi ni-nCCr. join to go uaciv io .no h , t 1 UK tin- - ,,. til f - a d ovcitedi " , l,,i1 m :.... what i .i somew a 0I,ly ane i If there ' who i Ho l.n.l 1.....,.,.. Imonrtlinnte Hill MI'I.IIIHU nU ill. (.- . knew I must do something, co ot night after Tom and I had HmP t0.f room I said, speaking softly as i 1 orflll Id I"1-, S'l P ; ledge- (Toorroff- The Grea' flafi :s:f! -.