The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, March 02, 1919, Page 5, Image 5

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    THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH . 2, 1919.
BQtSHEV K HAND
SEEN IN STRIKES
IN ENGLISH CITIES
; Demonstration Not Considered by
Leaders as Revolution, but as
t Dress Rehearsal," Instead.
EDUCATION THE MAIN NEED
Masses Must Be Taught to An
t swer Arguments of Bolsheviki,
I Says Writer.
"I By Edward Fries Bell
Speeiil Correupcmdence 'of Th Journal and
j, - .Tht Chicago Dfly New ,
Copyrlfht, 1010, by Chicago Daily Newr Co.)
IOndon, England, Feb. 8. The Bel
fast, Clyde and London strides were re
garded by our Bolshevist not as the
revolution itself but as Interesting and
' valuable dress rehearsals on a small
v scale for the treat Industrial outbreak
which, when it comes, will break- up
society In, the whole country.
I So declared the Daily Express in a
four' column article describing what it
. terms "a cunning;- conspiracy to over
f throw democratic government and set
up in its place a regime not . of work
ers but of . oligarchy enslaving the
workers." ,
r This article recalls my cable of Ie
eember 1? affirming that ."Bolshevism
' Is probably the greatest . danger now
confronting f the world." and quoting
John Joseph O'Brien ln explanation- of
the Bolshevik organization work and
aim in Ireland. The Daily -Express
gives names of "Bolshevik bosses" in
' England and, Scotland and shows lrv
i their own words that their policy is
universal subversion. r
I Leader Are Crafiy
f Intellectuals with organizing power of
the first order, they frankly voice their
oontempt for the mass of .workingmen,
"calling them "mere apes' whom they
- will use to effect their ends.
-.f Whatever may be the true dimensions
of the Bolshevik menace 4n this coun
try, and my inquiries have led me-to
adjudge them not very great, all others
agree that the phenomenon requires the
- closest attention.
;- "Ignorance is- an enormous danger."
said an official. "It cai be exploited
by . any nimble tongued . charlatan.
" Scarcely any man you meet can tell
, you specifically why he is a Democrat
or ,wh&JugJsnot Bolshevist. Our peo
r ; pie hSve taCeiy, democracy for granted
a the best system of government for
free men generally They have not
analysed the system at all. Suddenly
confronted with an argument against
democracy and ; suddenly assured ' that
democracy is merely a-well organized
bourgeois swindle upon the uufeses few
of our people know bow to apply it.
"In some cases so fervidly is. the anti
democratic case put that the object of
the argumentative assault tends to lose
Its bearings and may go over to the
wreckers. -
Eeaeetioa Is deeded .
'"Obviously democracy 'should be
taught in detail- Every school child
should : be able to stand up against the
Bolshevist in argument. We cannot
discredit! Bolshevism or anything else
by attempting to prevent its advertise
ment. We can discredit it only by
bringing It into the open and turning
upon it the light of understanding. As
a convinced democrat I do not like to
think of democrats running away from
any political ' argument under Heaven,
but I become uneasy when I see sub
versive aims -vocal, all over the place
while' democracy ' is ' comparatively
tongue-tied." .
Gentlemen of Akron
Got AU His Money
Akron, Ohio. March 1. I. N. S.)
With $500 in his pocket. William Haynes,
aged 1 years, of Murfreesboro, Tenn.,
came, to this city with the view of becom
ing president of one of the large rubber
concerns. Before realizing his ambition
he met some of Akron's "real gentle
men, who persuaded the young. Tennes
seean that they knew how to make
money quicker and much easier. Soon
he was In a poker game and when the
juvenile officer-found him he had only
$136.90 left. He's going home to mamma.
Aged Man and Wife
Differ on Dancing
Milwaukee, Wis., March 1. (I. N. S.)
-The bright , lights 7 of Milwaukee's
dance halls do not hurt the eyes of Mrs.
John Scharmack, - 6$ years of age, ac
cording to her husband, who says she
has a mania for fox trots and night
gadding. Scharmack became peeved
when he .returned home one night re
cently and found his wife out out to a
dance, he says. - What followed resulted
in Scharmack being hauled to jail to
answer to a charge of disorderly con
duct preferred by Mrs. Scharmack. The
Mrs. denied emphatically that the white
lights held .any lure for her and said
she went, to the dance to get her, son.
MYSTERY OF U-BOAT
BREMEN IS AS DEEP!
If AO IT OO l-lAQ
i t0 II LYLIYl.ttO
nui
Captain William Kaiser, Formerly
of German; Navy, Says Boat
Last Heard of Near America.
Love of Eoad Was
Greater Than of Job
Topeka, Kan., March 1. (I. N. S.)
When Henry J. Allen was boomed for
governor at the Republican primaries
Harve Motter, a "drummer," took the
job of managing, his campaign. He
violated all traditions of campaigning.
Allen, rolled up 150,000 majority, also.
You can have anything you want,
Harve," Allen is reported to have told
Motter. "I'll take my old. road job
back," replied the chairman of the state
committee, and he left for the firm's
headquarters. ;
With the Third Army on the Rhine,
Feb. 11. (By Mail.) As far aa Ger
man naval officers know,, the strange J
disappearance of the famous cargo
carrying U-boat Bremen is ftill a deep
mystery. , J; " , t -: ;
A little light' was; shed upon the dis
appearance by Wilhelm Kaiser, until re
cently a captain in the German navy,
upon his return. to his home in the
American area- According to Kaiser,
the Germans last heard from the Bre
men when she .was within 16 miles of
Newport Kews. ; Va.. At that time.
Kaiser says, the German admiralty had
a wireless from the captain of the. U
boat. announcing that he was about to
enter American territorial waters. Since 1
that time there has been a sinister si
lence. Kaiser hazards the opinion that
the 'Bremen went down with all hands,
almost within sight of her destination.
He cites reports from the United
States that a U-boat was sighted in
American waters about that time, to
prove that the Bremen nearly reached
American shores
The German captain aired other in
teresting opinions regarding the naval
situation during the war. He declared
that had the English persisted in their
attempt' they could -have entered the
Dardanelles, thus" ending the war many
months sooner. He. asserted that the
British could have taken Heligoland by
the expenditure of some large battle
ships and a score .or two of smaller
ships, and claims that the island fort
ress was not defended as strongly as
was the general belief..
Captain Kaiser is very bitter against
von Tirpitz, who, he claims, lost the war
by Inaugurating unrestricted submarine
warfare and bringing America into the
"If the allies would hang von Tirpitz,"
he said, "I'd help on the rope."
Best Girl's Hat
' Trimmed in Bills
East Liverpool, Ohio, March 1. I.
N. S.) A hat -trimmed with 100 $1 bills
and a hatpin made of $5 gold pieces were
the gifts received by an East Liverpool
girl from her sweetheart, a Beaver Falls.
Pa., business man. Inclosed in the hat
box was a note from the milliner who
trimmed the hat, in which the trimmer
said. "And the hat will never go out of
style, my dear.
Congress is asked by the California!
legislature lo provide ior an mresuga
tion of the, feasibility of bridging the
Golden Gate.
;
iKatv?elcome iKeii
" brome'ivr-irtr asms.
Sale
!ai Special
This Week at Powers, With Many Notable Values
IDaveiriip
Fl I w
A notable instance of the extraordinary values offered in this sale massive, hand-4
Good workmanship throughout. Opens out into a good, comfortable bed.
The Davenport as a useful, comfortable, and attractive article of
furniture has come to stay; The collection of Bed Davenports
included in this sale event is assembled from Powers enormous stock
all with the hall-mark of Powers quality and reliability. A number
rowers
Design Contest
For Billboards
Open to Everybody
First Prize $50
Second Prize $30
Third . Prize $15
Fourth Prize $5
Rules Governing Contest
The idea Dortraved. .and not the
workmanship, will be Judged.
Size of design : Alls designs to be
38 inches long and 10 Inches wide, on
either cardboard or paper.
Border: To be two inches on each
end and one inch on the top and bot
tom. This must be neutral gray color.
Lettering or printing to be "Powers
Furniture, Third and Yamhill. Your
credit is good at our store '-use it"
All designs must include a picture of
the GOOSE. Any number of colors
may be used, with' the exception of
the border, which is to be neutral gray.
Write name and address and shone
number (if any) plainly on back of
each design.
All designs must be de
livered to the Advertising
Department, Powers Fur
niture Co,, on or before
March 15
of fine patterns, of Davenports are shown in this advertisement, all
at greatly reduced prices. Other splendid bargains are hot advertised.
Altogether this sale will give still further proof, of the superior values
always iu uc iuuiiu ai uns Mure.
$64 0 Karpen
Bed
ort
Repriced For
This Sale at
Davehp
$51813
This $67 JO
Upholstered
Bed
iort
Reduced to
$52.75
A plain, neat design that will look well in, any home, and upholstered In Spanish Leather
ette. Deep, comfortable, spring seat with easy back. Frame of quartered oak, well fin
ished. A splendid example of Karpen quality and value. Opens out into si good double
bed.
Davenp
4 Special Sale Value This
Regular $36JS Solid Oak
I
Dining Table
$29.15
Beautifully finished in the attractive de
sign shown in the illustration. Round ex
tension top and five-pedestaled base. An
unusual" offering at $29.15.
Use Your Credit at Powers
Beautiful $78 0
Quartered Oak
Davenp
ort
Repriced at
$63.75
Constructed in the best manner with massive colonial frame of selected quartered oak
stock with Spanish Leatherette upholstering. ; An exceptional style and a value that
will prove interesting to many home furnishers, or in homes where space saving is an
item to be reckoned with. May be opened out in a moment to form as comfortable a bed.
as you could find.
Regular $89.75
Karpen Quality
Bed
Davenport
Reduced to
$69.85
One of the best offerings in this sale! A handsome seat, when closed, and one that will
be appreciated as an addition to any library or living room. Covered with high-quality
Spanish leatherette. Ueep spring seat and curved back when closed. - An excellent, bed
when open. . .,-.
This Handsome Regular $69.75.
ort
$55.50
Bed
Davehp
Very' specially priced .
at . .....
An excellent pattern -in the mission style of furniture.
Upholstered Iniltatlon Spanish Leather. Built of se
lected quartered oak stock,, well finished. An un
usually good bed when open. You will do well to
Investigate such an attractive bargain as tins.. .
This Regular. $69 JS Heavy Oak
Bed
Davenport
$57.50
A Most Unusual Value
Priced .
. A splendid example of this popular and very useful article
of furniture. A piece that will be a credit to any llvlng
room where an extra-bed would prove useful. Unusual
design, with wide. oak top rail and heavy posts, as illus
trated. Constructed of beautiful quartered oak, with
durable Spanish leatherette upholstering.. -
This $33.75 p
'Wide-Back
Rocker
$24.80
. - . .. . . j
Upholstered in high
quality Spanish leath
erette. ' Avery -attractive,
comfortable - and
durable chair, and one that any home may well be proud
of. Mahogany finished base i( as illustrated). A very un
usual value at this special sale price. .
y Special Sale
of $4.75
Pad-Seat Oak
Dining
Chair
$OJ5
As Illustrated. These chairs are well
worth the original priee $4.76 each and
at this special sale price will prove more
than interesting. Fill your needs this
week.
A Number of Handsome Patterns Upholstered in ' Genuine
Leather Reduced for This Week's Sale Event at Powers
Regular
$9.45
Baby's
Folding
Sulky
The most convenient form of sulkex for
the 'baby to ride in. Comfortable and
easy for the kiddie, and light and handy
t,o wheel and carry. when folded.
$6.95 Value, Without Hood.
special $5.39
An Initial
Payment of
Sc
Will Bring a $22.50
VICTROLA to You. .:
This Is the Victrola Cub Plan1
Select Your Victrola
First payment Sc. To each following pay
ment add 5 c weekly, the second payment
amounting to 10c, the third to 15c and so
on until St a week Is reached. Balance of;
'113 is payable on the plan of 1 a week,,!
Select Your Victrola ,
Pay for Jt on the Club Plan
Interesting News of Spring Specials in the
Drapery Department J
Panel Lace We are shoeing as fine a line of this attractive much
desired lace as is to be found anywhere. Come and make your selec
tions while there is a full choice, ' .- I i
Mokett Velour Couch Covers in splendid Oriental colorings
at $19JS5 . " .
Sundour in all colors, plain and in figured patterns. Yard,
$lJS to $3JS ( ,r
$560 Sterling Rotary
SeringtMacIiiil
Reduced
for
Special
Selling to
Sold
on
Easy
Credit
Terms
A well-known machine,' manufactured by a re
liable manufacturer the National Sewing Ma
chine Company. A free-running machine of
high standard. Let us demonstrate its superior
qualities to you. - .
Your credit is good at Powers
Wh Linoleums
AU of the newest and most
effective designs and color
iings in Unoleums of every
igrade, at the rjght prices.
9x12 Axminster Rugs
$37.50 Values at
$31.6S
Mottled Axminster Rugs In
five excellent patterns. Reg
ular $37.50 values.
Velvet CarpeU
Ten different patterns, with stair carpets to match,
$1.95.
Your Credit Is Good Here Use . It.
TRUNKS, SUIT CASES AND BAGS ,
A splendid assortment of leather goods ia the latest and best patterns
at moderate prices. ' j .
A-B Sanitary Combination
Gas
Range
A Heater
and Range
In One
Let j us show
you I the many,
advantages of
the A-B On
Range. Its con
. venience and
- the saving ' of
time, and gas
will more than
compensate Xor
Its cost. , . r
Trade in Your
T. ..,' Vi
Old Gas Range.
CrediCToo.
; I-
Use Your