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MEIER & FRANK CO. UNFAIR TO UNION LABOR
WE S T E R N
GOES ON IN JERSEY
Redneck Policemen, Tool*
of Alien Power, Inter*
ferine W ith Right*.
Bloomfield. N. J.. Sept. IS— A Hag
day parade staged by the Junior O.
the flimsy pretense that the Junior
Order parade had passed and this was
a separate parade for which no per
mit had been Issued.
Order came to (be reacue, however,
stoutly claiming that the-second divi
sion was a part of the parade for which
• permit had been.granted
Scarcely bed this second dtvslon
got under way when they were'again
stopped by policemen. who demanded
that the Klanamen allow themselves
to be eearrhed for weapons. Again
the Klansmen submitted to the law as
carried out by the Irish Catholic po-
Iteatasn. who made search of all the
No weapons were found
on any of the members of the Klan
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.Wonder If He W ill s *y Now
“There IS No Finer
O N E L O N E C A T H O L IC
IN O R E G O N ’S H O U S E
second big Jolt received by the Knights
A. M., In which all fraternal and
patriotic organisations were Invited
of Rum bus within the past two wseka
to taka part, was accepted by the Ku
from President Coolldge cams with the house, of m i hsd one lone Roman
Klus Klan of thia city, after Klan
statement to Edward T. Clarke, the Catholic. W. C. Bolton of Wasco
leaders had conferred with the city
county. He Is a good American, too,
preaidant's personal secretary, that Mr.
official who had laeued the permit to G O O D S ’ONSMR. SLEMP,
bad voted against the ____________
"wearing of the
the ord er.-------
------------------------ SdECIFIC C H A R G E Coo,,‘,* e had no* wrl,,* n ,n “ rUc" garb" by Sister «bool-teachers, and
Just prior to the start of the parade.
for "Columbia." official organ of,th o for other desirable and popular legla-
Mayor Pilch, a Mason, ordered the
K of C since taking the vice preel- Jatlon. The last session had two. II
When The’ Western American makes
parade to stop anleaa the Klanamen
deucy or assuming the presidency.
eras amusing to see certain of the
a charge. In defense of the Klan. or
Mr. Clarke declared that President "Kaaeya" lobbying with Mr. Bolton.
« a « __ ■
In the Interest of public welfare, you __
no legal right to Issue such an ordar.
dollar „ haa the
bad written only one article , nd
note hie Indepeadent American
n... a « a l » . . .1 « .. . V I .
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much to v hit
goods tor proof, la two or three re for a magasine since bis residence In action on Important bills. This shows
Klansmen raised their hoods and stood j
cent Issue« we lamented the selection
ready for the order to march. The
In Oregon, at least—one or two In
of President Coolldge of C. Baacom
unexpected order to unmask, so quick - 1
Officiels of "Columbia" claimed that sixty — and the proportion may hold
Slemp as his Secretary, charging that
ly complied with, somewhat upset the
Mr. Coolldge sent an article to them true for all America, because masses
Mr. Slemp made a specialty of selling
mayor. But ha had one more card up
accompanied by his picture and ask- of good Catholics think and act like
V i-, - a_____ ___ a
I n i n a t ju
w r u
i r n i ) in
»rw i . . . . . .
of | proof
“ 1 °™
° " U " t0 * Uow to back up the statement, but now ,n* tba‘ thiy i * ' “ 1 *• Mr Clarke Mr. Bolton. Independent and unafraid
of the Pope and the prleati; they
°* «* • imrede t o |w,
„ „ „ t h in g n e w - , direct and declar*d ,he ,Utem ' n' “ » ‘ ™*
Mart. The K M » w a . ig t 1. this dlrl- apeclf,c charf, mMa , w ln a t Mr
His statement follows:
, yearn for the restoration of goodwill
W * * m m il ' Slemp by a prominent and noted Vlr-
»rltten no article and (or the abolition of every vestige
Junior Ordar men. a b « d ginia clUMn.
to Tbf the Columbia." mid Mr. Clarke. of double allegiance and the hateful.
and a small company of war veterans, 1 challenge
are “S,ne* ,h® adjournment of congress un-Amerlann hyphen.
d lr li^ L * *“ l t
* * " “ • ,WOnd i ^ d y . on telegraphic notice, to place on March lMt Mr Coolldge has written
You Can’t Do Much in Furniture Buying
If you go merely by price or by illustrations or descriptions
. T **T h ese A l * ty® Things That Are Used to
H P P T :*
Make Unworthy Merchandise Appear Attractive
There’s only one wav to buy: See the. goods; know the house selUuj; them; then
compare good* and prices. In this way you can secure the best that can la*
bought for your nidney. See the Goods. “ Shop,” and compare the gtHsJs and
prices and the more you investigate the more yt.ti will he convinced that t ’alef
Bros, have the furniture yon want in your house Simply because i t ’s good anti
honcst-at-hcart furniture. < ’ome and sec.
division and made the demand to see ters to the .Editor in this issue
the permit for the parade. This on rum It carefully.
Seven to Select
Similar to cut
F r a jn
Pe- connection with tne Home. Sweet Home
movement. He has urrttten no other
The Word of God is quick and
article tor any magasine In that period powerful to heal, to 'prosper, and to
end certainly has not written any save to the uttermost,
since the death of President Harding k ,,-B y constant praise I multiply the
and the succession to the presidency." blessings which are given me.
I am prosperous because I recognise
truth has set me free from all
fear of Insufficiency, and I abound In
the wealth of spirit.
God Is love and I. the divine Imfcge,
am love also.
The lo W of God 1n me. and the love
Catholic Victim Says Public
Doesn’t Know How Bad
.He Really Is.
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I S pecial Disoatch.
M A in 1683.
R O O F IN G C O .
Royal Blue Line Busses
Portland, Astoria and Seaside
i - Portland, Ore.
73!« and Exchangs ~
r Locals Dally
tion growing out of her connection
with the "Rev." Grace's bootlegging
operations, made a statement at the
close of her trial that has Intensified
.ae interest in the law-defying trans-
actions of Grace, who is a Roman Cath-
ollc priest. After thanking the prot^
ig attorney for h
i s consideration
oward d S ls daughter In th. conduct of
ase! he seid:
' the case
“ You do not know It all. You do
not know what a scoundrel that Grace
la.” Then, with a voice choking with
emotion, he left the court room
The Judge must have had some Ink
ling of the kind of a man the priest
was, however, ss the letter received
a two-year sentence In the penitentiary
after being found guilty of forging an
application for a liquor permit. He Is
now awaiting his departure to that
inatltution pending efforts to obtain a
new trial. *
On the same day of the trial of Mra.
O'Connor the brother-in-law of the
| priest, John R. Welsh, entered a plea
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Eighty-Nine Out of a Hundred
In a recent newspaper, inserted in tlie want ad section, appeared the
“For Sale—Home-made jellies, jams and preserves. Mrs.
Blank, Portland, Oregon.”
When a man is in heaven, with his robe, harp and crown, singing with
the angels, and his widow is, down here making home-made jellies, jafns
and preserves (perhaps his own favorite kind) I wonder what she thinks
of her late husband.
W. E. (BUCK) HIBBARD
Su te Manager The Capitol Life Insurance Co.
213 Tilford Building
Light Turned Ho*l l e i
Mahogany VlaNk Lamp
Thl< davenport ap-
bolstered la blue
aad taupe velour,
The hind tm* like at
money anting price«.
Denver, cola. Sept. IS—J. K. Mullin. , 11 l“ H® tha* • * * * • m,‘ « OT* rn* "**•
the millionaire father of Mr*. Kather- Prou,cU mr ani1 ProBPer* m*
Ine O'Connor, aoclety leader of this
M l dMlrCT ar* “ U,,1*d bjr ,h*
city, who waa sentenced to psy a fine 1 Splrlt of Truth
Of »400 and the coats of th. proeecu-
M> Pro-perlty I. from Ood. snd sll
S iß iS a
See C O N R A D , 266 Third S.
j * ? * « . faith In Thy Omniprraence:'
and I trust Thee to preserve me In
I have set Ood beNfl» me this day.
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. n r m m iT n n m r
dlrlMon was allowed to «art. This ¡ th« prooft In the hand, of tb«
only one magasine article. That one T H I S " M I G H T Y F A I T H
waaute signal tor several motorcycle
You w, „ find th, Virginian's * “ wr,“ * n by hlm »or the Delineator
W IL L SET Y O U FR EE
policemen to line up In front of this communication In Heart-to-Heart Let- on th* *ubJ*ct of “ Home Building." In
Mineral and Surfaced Shingles and Roll Roofing
Prlday, S r p U m U 28, 1923
of pullty to charm'« of Illegal posses
sion. of liquor and lllsgal transporta
tío » of liquor, and was fined »600.
It is predicted by (hirer who have
followed the case of (he "Rev.*' Orare
(hat. In view of further developments,
which are Uheb to be brought to
»«h t should another (rial Ire granted.
that the length of hta term In the
penitentiary may t* lengthened rather
than that ha sacs pc* the puntatimeli!
through a second trial.
Washington D C.. Sept.
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« P ° » « • » throu* h
1 Jeau* f hrlat'
Th* ,h,n« r °" d e-r* “ ° ° ‘ ° n,jr f° r
you' but haa alr^ d5, ^
,U r l*d
lhe b* n®,lfenr*
* ba‘* ^ * r y*
aak for' h *"*’ * ,ha‘ » y*
re° * ,Ted
tbem' " nd ye ,hail
-"R rellxatlon ."
$65 $115 ^$65
You will he more than satisfied with t»ur solid walnut and solid mahogany top
period Dining Tables. You will he surprised to find our prices lower tlrnn the
ordinary veneered quality. All are «old on easy terms, as per your requirements, If
Do Your Shopping Here— It Costs You Nothing to Shop
MR. LOCKE P O IN T S
O N E W A Y T O R E FO R M
By T. L. U M Y E
The natlonallution of exchange at
cost. Insofar as the United States Is
concerned, means only that Congress
shallgfunctlon as the Constitution pro
vides tor in regard to monetary af
fairs. Certain abortive acta by Con
gress which wrongly divert benefits
to Individuals, the giving of which Is
contrary to all equitable law, must be
n e tane your old
torniture a» part pay
HOM E ¡FURNISHERS
e a -T O -riFTH ST.
fo R T L A H D . O R c .
Buy Your Heating- Stove at Calef Bros.
r«*cmded. Other rules and regula-
tlon* Mreelng with the Constitution
must be enacted: but no fundamental
V-Jaw other than that provided In the or changed
a year hence. The great .
Constitution 1« necraaarr la order to anjouul nf p,j>,i gold now «aid to be I
put Into practice the monetary «yatem
the Untted s u t*,. may be In Italy '
| or «ome other country In a »hort time,
The monetary «yatem as related to aH th# trade pajance la nof »bout 60'
finance mean« precisely the «ame minion* of
dollar« a month against
thing ■« the portal «yMem doe» to all thi Un|ted state«. Only Ignorant or
thing« relating to the handling of mall unscrupulous person« now advocate
or other postal business. While each the gold standard, because It 1« well
system must serve ths people In dif known that the gold bugaboo has been
fering particulars, reason and Judg laughed out of court
ment wonid dictate that they be com
bined under on# department of gov T H IR T E E N T H A N N U A L
L IV E STOCK, S H O W
Exchange transmitters—dollars and
Thethlrtleth annual Pacific Inter
fractional rhanre'--ean be of any ma
terial. slxe, «haps or dpelxn
Again national Live Stock exposition will
reason and Judgment will dictate that
they be sufficient, convenient, dur-
able, and as ne»r|y sanitary as poasl-
hie Their function Is to establish and
maintain equilibrium between the
needs and prcluct o f aoclety and the
TV i t i w , , . uo laier*
We have na
Iren clad «et torma.
Wo try to «aH yen.
1,8 h*,ri lrt north Portland. November
10 ll» » ye« ' -- The new premium
l,» t '* out> and thoa*
” hlbltlon may secure copies by writ-
ln* *° °- M' Pl«">nier. general mans-
g » » ” 1. Northwestern Bank building,
needs and product of the Human Uqlt
of which society la composed Being
Pnaserby—You took a great risk In
a fundamental social ifeeaatty, main - rncu|ng my boy; you deaerre a Car-
tenance should be borne by all and ¡„g|e medal. What prompted you toj
benefits be enjoyed by all.
That dollar», er their fractional
The Hero—He had my skates on! —
parta, must have any base other than Boys' Magasine.
the potentialities of the nation main- j
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tafnlng them. Is not tenable, because
Those who advertise la the Portland
the wealth of dag n i l tha value« of Telegram are not on your list of
today-are to a large eataak poauamud I friends. \
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