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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, P ORTLAND, , FRIDAY, JULY iC;
Questions of 8-Hour Day, Unem
v pioyment Solution and Women
' and Cliifdren Will. Come Up7
FIRST STEP TO HELP LABOR
Each Country in League to Have
''.Sour Delegates; Existing and
Proposed Laws Being Compiled
V Washington. July 18. TJ. P.) -
Plati of the International labor con
ference, created by the peace treaty,
Twh e i. It convenes here for its first
meeting next October, were outlined
'.today, by Dr. , Jartne T- Shotwell.
American representative on the- or.
ganizlnt committee of the confer
i'ence. : '
This meeting, - he declared, will ', be
-the first, step - taken In - accordance
'.with .the . peace treaty; on behalf , of.
. iaoor.' venoiweii, neaa or me ni story
division of the American peace com
inlMlon, commented on these four ma
IJor questions to be taken up by , the
conference: , . .
f 1 An eight hour day throughout the
agreed to accept the principle of ' the
height hour day." said Shotwell. "but
'the conference will undertake to draw
up definite Jaws which will embody that
principle so it can be applied by each
.nation, and prepare a detailed treaty
to make Ate obligations reciprocal.
attacked , .
" 2 State help io , remedy unemploy
ment "The - peace- treaty,1' he eaid,
'provides that each': nation ''provide
.v.-.l.t 1v-lalm with fmm o
-unemployment. The conference in . Oc
tober will discuss definite lews,;. I
3 Women, in industry. This is .to
1m 4a ken up with reference to -three
Knpa rate . problems, Shotwell stated.
'r'Ktrst, safeguarding the health of
"LIMITED" IS SUPERSEDED
i y '' f , ' if'
aweastssnanM.Jsoseii'ftdse WiWtWX-iWi 4
Old car run by Dick Evans from South Beach' to Waldport, which be-
- comes loeal when new e ar is put in commLssion.
, Newport, July 17. Those who have
ridden from South Beach to Waldport
over the spruce . production line with
Dick Evans will be - gratified to hear
that Evans has a new car and the old
"Shasta limited" will yank, only as a
local. . -...;. ;
' The new car- will make 12 miles an
hour and will carry passengers only, the
freight and mail being carried on the
local. : It will be especially pleasing to
those who have watched Kvans threw
all his tools in Alsea bay whea he loses
his temper to hear, that there is a bran,
new set t of tools and an 'extra spark
plug.,- .i?. .' S: X -o; - . .
mothers obliged to work for their
living. It is proposed to prohibit their
work for a - certain period before and
after chndbtrtlu ; To provide for a
mother's maintenance during the period
she is not permitted to work, each
nation win be required to create s
maternity fund. The second will be
enforcement of ' prohibition ' of " night
work for women, and third, considera
tion of -women ; in dangerous trades.'
PKOTECTIOIT OP CHILDBEX
-ChUdren in industry "The .'main
question involved here, he said,. is
the prohibition " of child labor up ' to
14 years of age. There is a definite
clause In the treaty stating that no
country shall be asked or required as
a result of any of these annual labor
conferences to lessen any of the pro
tection according to its :,. workers by
law."-. : i - ; ;
The- organising committee, Shotwell
stated, has cabled a long series of
questions to each member of the
league of Nations about its existing
and proposed ' laws on these ; matters.
Answers are now arriving. v
Four delegates from each.- nation in
the League of Nations will be sent
to the. conference, he said, two repre
senting the government, one represent
ing capital and the' fourth labor. They
may be accompanied by technical ex
perts who will not have 'a vote ,i
Hearing Set, for v
- Trioiof Alleged
: Liquor Violators
Joe Kowlaski, Ralph Faulconer and
Nickoll Fiorf. jointly Indicted on a charge
of violating the Reed amendment governing-interstate
ablpments of intoxicants,
will be jointly tried on November S, and
Federal Judge. Wolverton ; Thursday
set their hearing for that date.
" The trio is charged with, the attempted
Importation of liquor by mean of an ln-
i-genious "camouflage," : Deputy- United
States Attorney Goldstein, who will pros
ecute the men, inspected the containers
in which they had imported much liquor.
Inside a large tin can, under labels that
disguised the true contents, the men are
said to have .fixed Jugs of liquor and to
have filled ther remaining space In the
can with olive oil and other liquids.
Twenty-four cases, labeled carbon tonic,
were recovered as evidence.
You : can't tliijik of "delicious" or
"refreshing' Jwithout - thinking of
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You can't drink Goca-Cola without being
delighted and refreshed.
The taste is the test of Coca-Cola quality-
so clearly distinguishes it from imitations
that you cannot be deceived.
Demand the genuine by full name ,
nicknames : encourage ' substitution. . ' '
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VOI KILLED AND 1
THEIR FLESH EATEN AS
Cannibal Arrested and Confesses
in Japan-After. Six Had -Be- :
. - come His Victims. 7
Nagasaki, Japan June" 23. (By' Mail
to T7nlted Frees.) The weirdest murder
mystery' la the history of 'Japan has
been ' solved ; with the confession of
Tofcichl Horlcoal miner, that he killed
six women and ate part of their flesh.
The sigr mysterious deaths of women
presented the same pusxle in each case
a large piece of flesh had been cut from
the victim's right leg. All were killed
near the. Masts us hlma coal mines. ;
- Admitting the murders, Hori confessed
he consumed the flesh because of a be
lief that only this would cure him of
melancholia, which affected him for
years. He stated that he had served
10 years in prison for a similar crime,
and since he was released he sought
the now -cannibalistic- remedy " every
time' melancholia possessed him.
The Mastushlma district has been in
a state of iterror over the repeated mur
der - of women always found with a
large piece of flesh cut out of the right
thigh. In every case Hori - carried the
flesh home wrapped in parts of , the
women's' garments. ' -'- .: -',.v
When you thinK . of, the
seashore or country, you
can't help but think of a
pair of Sport Shoes with
which to round out your
vacation. Big values here.
- . .
As pictured. In White Cleo Cloth,
with low heels and Good- CJQ Qpj
year welt soles, at, pair PO3
Same In White Nubuclc,
Same model also In- gunmetal calf
ana crown i;orao ; spienaia Zor out
BtreeUr Aoret from Olrele Thestre.
Pavin g to Commence Soon ' -Eugene,
July 18. -Paving of the 15
mile stretch of road between Eugene
ana junction City will commence as
soon as material and machinery are Irving.
assembled. : A carload of equipment ar
rived In Eugene this week. While -the
road is being worked . traffic will be
routed over the. Prairie road, through
- ' Ten Pass Examinations :l
Castlerock, Wash, July 18.PupIls
from this school district who received
eighth grade certificates in the summer
examination were: Ixttie VatKint,
Theodore Pobin. to!or TJttle, l"va
Studebaker, Earl Ilinkle. Velta Lemm
ing. Roy Ilinkle. Violet Whitney, Juan it a
Kindorf and Florence Jackson.
-Be-in the Swim Buy Your Bathing Suits at 'Simon -.They're Priced Right , Here!
Beautiful Crockery and
y " Baldngr Ware J...
26-piec Dinner Sets ' for"-- . . , . . $5. IS -42-piec.
Dinner 5U for. . . . . . ;$9.75
Fsncy Cnps- and Saucers f orf . , V 20c
Pyrex Covered Baking DUhes
for $1.50. $1.65. $1.80.
PyreX Bean PoU , . . . . . . . .... .$1.00
Fsncy Stone Teapots . JU'..'V. . . i 5 '
. , . ,70c. 51.25. 51.90
FIRST, SECOND AND ALDER STREETS
- For, Your Fishing Trip
Rods, Tspwards from ... .... . $2.00
Reels, ; upwards from. . ...... .$1.25
Enesneled Lines . . . . t . . . 1 5c to $1 .50
Leaders... 10c 15c. 20c 25c,-50c
Wooden Minnows ............. . 75c
Tad Pollys and Crab Wicrfers ..... 90c
Spinners 15c 20c. 25c 30c
Fly Hooka, each ;,. 5c Dosen . ... 50c
We issue Fishing and Hunting Licenses.
SIfflOFS MTIIKPAf SLOPPING LIST
Whre Portland Save i Hundred of Dollar on Wcek-End Buying. We Underbuy a it d Undersell!
A Mammoth Grocery Store!
Have you visited our new grocery? Thousands of Port
land folk come here for their foodstuff. We sell the
same goods that the uptown stores sell, the only differ
ence being in the price-cur's are lowest! - See these
i Saturday bargains: ".- - - . , .
1 $9.70..the Saclc--.
Split Peas, 3 '
Macaroni or Spaghetti,
3 ibs. ....... :
Creamed Rolled Oats,
Olympic Pancake Flour,
No. 10 aack. ......
Golden Rod Rye Flour,
. No. 10 sack....::..
Graham Flour, No.' 10
OIympia-$2.90 the sack
KlickiUt $2.70 the Sack
Barrel $10.65 -Fletcher's
i " $25 tb Sack
. : Barrel $11.25 '
Cigars From Uncle Sam
50,000 to Sell!
" Buy 'Em. by the Box and Save! .
t Wo purchased the above quantity of cigars from government
stores at Camp Lewis. They go on sale tomorrow at the fol
, lowing pricest .
1 Sldelp etaTm t la tie, ear
price .......... ..........K2.50
ftlfffct Draft, la hox. ...2,40
Charles Carroll, la a box,
oar price ............... 82.40
Sam'l I. 2avls 188, Ta a
reriecio biduhm. 10 in k
bOX 12 TK
1 Stdslo Chesterfields, 60 In v
. ii. t
Breras, it la boK......2.00
Apex, I la a box....
lb-can ..i... $1.1S
6-Ib. can W. ...$2.20
9.1b. can ............. ..$3.20
Wesson Oil, gal. . . . .-. . .$2.65
Masola,' tho gal.V. . . i. . .$2.65 -Douglas
OH, gal . $2.60 a
Buy Coffee Mere
' Save Money
M. J. B., Royal Club or
3-Ib. . can .
Shortening . . ,30c
kl Paats, ealy......i,J5
kJ Rats. only.. ..75e
; FOR MEN!
$.7S Khaki Coveralls. ..S2.4S
$4.48 Heavy uaiosoiaae cover
1.7S Khakf Hhlrts, with t w
peekets-......... ......... S11.2S
ISA Work Pants for....Kl.8
$t.6 Work Pants for.,..S2.9S
Seeks, all colors, pair..... .15
AU-leather Glores. pair. .. .65e
ss.ts l7aloaafade - Overall 7tr
only ...v. ; SI. 89
!. Overalls for esly..S1.69
Balbriggan Unloa Belts.......
98 S1.25 Sl.SOt S2.25
AthTatle Unloa Bolts
85, Sl.OO S1.25.S1.65
i 6-oa. can
1 2-os. can
l-Ib; can ..33c
3-lb. can ;....... ;98c
Bulk, the lb. . . . . . . .30C
FINE HAMS and
Rex Picnic-Hams, ,
" pound. 33
Rex Hams, lb : :F. 47&
Rex Bacon Backs, "
pound . .43S45
j PAINT UP!
, We have . not advanced ' our
" prices, t Buy hero and spread
more paint.' -J
Bass-Hueter's Bungalow Paint-'
1 S-gal. cans gallon . . .$2.55
I 1-gal. , cans gallon . . .$2.65
Bass-Hueter's Floor Paint -CaU
' i $2.65 f quart ........,70c
Porch and Step Paint, gal $3.25
'White Enamel, gal. . ..,..$4.00
. . Quart $1.25
FUt White, fallon .$2.85
- Quart ... ... 80c
Kalsomiao, the lb. only . . . . . 9c
w shew fell Uses of Pslst and
Tarnish Brashes. Unseed Oil,
White Lead, Terpentine aad Glae
at epeelal Prices. ,
Men's Shoe Specials
Three Limes for -Saturday Bayers
at Prices Below Their Yalae
White Duck Oxfords
"TratlOBat,' first grade r a Ts b e r
soles, leather lqsetes. All slses Is
a regalar ft.f shoe.
Ta Army Shoes
Xsasea last, heavy oak soles
extra good vaUty. We neve all -sUes.
- . '
Cor do Brown Dress
Either high tee Blseher or narrow
toe Eagllsh : last. Aa exeeptloeal
Silk Dress Sale!
Vi offer tomorrow lovely satis s
asd silk popllss In the very
latest styles. The colors are
taspe, . pi em, savy, royal asd
black. We show all slses sp to
asd Iselsdlag size 4ft. The vaU
nes we eesslder extraordlsary.
Child's Coats $3.43
We expect the prlrs on these
coats to clear it the entire lot
ea feat a rear I These are smart
little garmeets of silk poplin,
: serge and shepherd checks. The
slses ran from t to 14 years.
45c Wash Silks 29c
W show these desirable silks
la black, white asd la colors. A
pepslar fabrle for party frocks,
aadergarmeatSt etc. All are tl
50c Values 39c
vThese'are heavy bleached doable,
thread towels of excellent qsalltr,
la slse 18x16. They are very at- '
sorbeatt laxerlens to ase. Ot sale
batarday at 30
50c Values 35c
We show all slses In praeilcally
alt of the leading colors.
Powders and Soap
Elk Psvoa, 7 bars.........25e
Bob White, Iesea or A1 Soap,
field Bast or Ught- Hoase
Washing Powder, pkg 23e
Heat, Lava or Peel's Jftecbaeles
Soap, S for.. ............. .254
Buy Your Candies
at Simon's .
Tegaa'e hand dipped Choeo
letesi sllffktly Imperfect in
dipping; lb. 40c
Fndset delirtooM lb
Peaaat Brittle, the lb 40e
Twin Fsdrei very fine; Mhe
Peannt Cluster j the lb... 45e
Yourv Old-Favorite! .
- ; EL SIDELO
It's All Havana
National Favorites :
U "We will handle the followlnf leading brands:
R.' B. ''"
ARMY AND NAVY
at last for Potlainio-peini today
a' regular "dnioke .ohiac your
favorite cigar ,in perfect cpnditidiipre you
Any(hute-Where You Get What You Want When TYou'Want It at the Price You Want to Pay!
v 102 FIFTH STREET
between "Wash" &
SLf-Y: 1 pt -?Nat!i' Bank .:OppboiteK
71 STY Sole Ambition Will Be to Render Alert, Cordial
I vlh Personal Service and to-Hat Your Favorite Cigar
X V JtsV it
in Perfect Condition, Always Ready for You,
Amone the most popular, highest
grade and . best . selling cigars are:
- "Oueen of Havana .' '
In all the -popular sizes -and shapes
. ROI TAN, and ,
.- ' - , LA NATIVE) AD
Rosenf eld-Smith Co.. Wholesale f
Distributors.' Fourth and Couch
for smoke satisfaction try
WEBSTER- - ;
' Absolutely clear Havana
, Mild Tamps cigar.
EL BELMONT i
- Extra mild Key Wist
EL DALLO Double wrapped
LOS ANGELES Manila fairs .
Clear DepartmentMason. i Ehrman & Co.
Distributprs of "The Nations Finest agar"
Higli Grade Leaders i DRY CLIMATE
CARABANA (Union Made)
CHARLES ' . v - Qnality Cigars at 7ci
THE GREAT-- - CJNCO. SAY SO and
FLOR DE MOSS . , ELM (Union Made)
and, "the finest little cie'ar in the world"
w IN D TWEEN
' ' at epeelal Prices. , l i ' ' ' II
TMaMM, 1 1 : - -. ' " - H
I - .- ., ... ... 11 i'J-;"':!; : . i , 'i'-'Sfr'iJ I 'I
Ask for ! .
Lang, Jones c Co., V.lic' :
sale LIttK utort