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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1920.
THE OKKUON . DA1UY JUUKNALr, FUKTl-ANtV UKblUUN.
URGED BY JAPAN
Geneva, Nov. 30. (I. N. 8.) Vis
count KlkuJIro Ishii, head of the
Japanese delegation at the : League
of Nations meeting, today announced
that Japan will not press the resolu
tion for racial equality at the present
session of the league assembly. '
' Plenary sessions were resumed by the
assembly this morning, but only routine
matters were scheduled for considera
'. J), committee report providing for an
nual meetings of the assembly on 'the
first Monday of September was adopted.
'The Scandinavian amendment to
democratize the covenant of the league
as referred to the committee and there
will not be a report on It until next year.
Awning Repair Man
Is Hurt in Tumfile
., George Beler, 27. 103 Garfield street,
fell from a ladder in front of the Peo
ples theatre Monday afternoon. He was
treated at the emergency hospital and
later taken to St Vincents hospital,
it is thought that he has a slight con
cussion of the brain. Beier was repair
ing an awning when he slipped from
the ladder on which he was working.
Sterling, Col., Bank
Fails; It Is First in
The State for Years
Sterling. Colo., Nov. 30. (I.1 N. R
The Farmers' National bank of this city
failed to open its doors Monday. Neither
the bank examiner nor officials of the
institution would make a statement of
the bank's condition, but It waa said that
the institution's reserve Is so low that
it is unable to meet its drafts nd other
.Large crowds gathered around the
bank building, but no demonstration was
It is the first bank failure In Colorado
In many years.
IS DULY RECORDED
Salem; Nov. 30. Acting Governor
Vinton Monday signed the " certifi
cate of election giving to Herbert
Gordon of Portland a seat in the
lower house of the Oregon legisla
ture as a. duly elected member of
the Multnomah county delegation
A protest against this action had been
filed by Paul Dormltzer. Portland attor
ney, who declared that Cordon had been
disqualified for the office through the
fact that , he was a candidate for two
offices at the same election. Replying
to the protest. Governor Olcott informed
Dormltzer that his protest would have
to be taken directly to the legislature.
TV0 BOYS DEAD,
ONE MAY DIE AS
RESULT OF CRASH
The Eugene Chamber of Commerce is
In the midst of a campaign to raise a
fund of $45,000 with a view to building
up the payrolls of the city and securing
100 per cent more population.
McMinnville, Or., Nov. 30. Two
boys are dead, faint hope Is held for
a third and a fourth .la injured but
Is expected to live, all victims of a
coliaion between an automobile and
a train from Whiteson In McMinn
Herbert Trent died at 10 o'clock Mon
day night: Tom Kirby, who was driv
ing, was instantly killed. Van Kuren
LawBon regained consciousness Tues
day morning and physicians hold out
slight hope that he may recover. Edwin
Kirby is expected to live.
- Trent was the son of ,William Trent,
highway contractor ; the Kirby boys,
sons of Dan Kirby of Bellevue, and Law
son is the son of George W. Lawson, a
The . train motorman was Richard
Bland, who escaped In train wreck at
Bertha station. ' The place of the acci
dent is the same crossing where Mr. and
Mrs. Smith was killed two years ago.
The view is obstructed ; by a house on
each side of the track.
HART CIGAR CO.
05-307 Pin St.
Everything in my store in
cluded except a few contract
8-piece French Ivory Mani
cure Sets in roll
' iM Set
H.H. VINES, Jeweler
N. E. Cor. 3rd and Wash
Opposite Ladd Tlltoa Bank
WHo Speaks with Authority
WHEN the business man
buys anything, he usually
knows pretty well who stands
back of the thing he is buyiag.
Why not an authoritative
standard in underwear?
Why the waste of time the
feeling of insecurity the neces
sity for picking his kind of un
derwear out of a mixture of odd
lots and brands and qualities?
He knows what he wants
foil size, full length, the right
weight for the season of the
year. Authenticated as to quality,
make and finish The same
today as a year ago with the
certainty of getting the same
grade again any time he wants itv
The merchant who means to
give him this high type of un
derwear service can do it even
more easily than he can stock
up his mixed brands
He can order direct from the
mills "Allen A," that celebrated
Cooper's -Bennington Spring
Needle Underwear, with its thirty
years of established reputation.
Uniform quality dependable
value. For men for boys.
Each garment in the future
will bear the additional mark,
"Allen A" the Maker's pledge
of responsibility to you.
"Allen," the name of the
Makers; and "A" the standard
mark of first and finest grade
The Allen A Company
Pacific Coast Service Station 57 Sansome St., San Francisco
The Maker's Mark of Identification on
Black Cat Hosiery and Cooper's-Bennington Underwear
HEABST'S MAGAZINE A LIBERAL EDUCATION
Threatened'' the World
"Five million dollars for the active principal of alcohol,"
offered Arnbush, embittered brewer, resolving, Samson
like, to drag down the reformers with him. With the
secret of the essence of intoxication in his hands, he
would impose his will on this crank-ridden country.
With this havoc -wreaking secret, he would sow the
hopes of prohibition with dismal failure.
But, with the formula in his hand, his personal victory
immense and final, why did Arnbush suddenly decide to
destroy his $5,000,000 secret and let the world work out
its own salvation? Finish this most surprising story of
prohibition The Man Who Threatened the World by
Melville Davisson Post in Hearst's for December
Do Your Children Go to Church?
By William G. Shepherd
Your father and grandfather believed in re
ligion and prayer. But today we are not a
church-going nation. Only one in vrry three
of us are nominal worshippers of the God of
the Jews and Gentiles. A century or half a
century from now will the United States be
classed among the nations that believe in God?
In Hearsts for December
Home Wreckers of Humanity
By G. K. Chesterton
Is the paternalism of government and society
gradually destroying our families? Can a free
man have any property, privacy and leisure?
Are the nursery and home being set up out
side the household ?
In Hearsts for December
An Uncle from Australia
By Roland Pertwee
By W. W. Jacobs
A Peach hy Any Other Name
By Bruno Leasing
Who WiU Whitewash the Fences?
By Walt Mason
Our World of Well Fed Rabbits;
Is it true, as H. G. Wells says, that the great
average of humanity is scarcely more capable
of apprehending and consciously serving the
future generations than a world of well fed
rabbits ? Is the mass of common men incur
ably shallow, and belligerent? Read article II
in. 'The Future of Mankind" series.
In Hearsts for December
The little Red Foot
By Robert W. Chambers
"I watched with amazement while the little
Indian Sorceress painteH'in red a tiny human
foot above her breast " Robert W. Chambers
writing again one of the good old fashioned
Romances that made him famous.
In Hearsts for December
All About Satan the Waster
By G. Bernard' Shaw
The Man in D 27
Another Dolf Story
Oil on the Troubled Mosquito
Science of the Month i
And Twelve Other Big Features
In Hearsts for December (
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