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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON -iv.
LLOYD 'GEORGE IS -
APPtAUDED BY. PEOPLE
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l-gfettTon left to the new-parliament.'
! It lr plan would bo prac
ticably, the on'y point being that
rati Ileal Ion or the .Irish treaty
'r.vnst-be effected bejere December
C. -WHhercr coursft lg adopted,
Irish !cgl."laMon Isiuite safe from
any annnipt to frustrate an Irish,
t L Irish Treaty Safe
Mr. I.Jo7d Ccvrg'i In a menage
toi j Wilt 'Km J5frrjivef president
ofi t hj lia il Kirean, Bag removed
any ?qf opposition from him In
his new position ai leader of the
orpo:(ijnp ; In parliament. .. The
Mor'-ui'V pC Sa'istHjry on behalf of
the "ta"bard3" haa made a simi
lar pTi-n.ti, w .therej la, no party
in the.'Ji.ouee! of commons that ; is
likely to." offer; any,, hindrance .to
th8 caryiag of the Irish traaty
into et:t,.r ... .., , . ,
, The retiring. premier left, today
for Ieeds with, lia .Word in hla
hand,,. as he'-assorted in a short
Bddresf'.at the, St, Pancreas sta
tion prlif to his departure. AI-
though he deUyaradffUe addres
ses from the' reaVof, fats cat oiu
me way 10 ue&aa ne ,na pert
until tomorrow's' speech In Leeds
any revelation of whftt(l tactics
There I3 intense curiosity
everywhere as to what the line of
his preoration will take whether
he has , any new domestic reforms
or legislative, plans to propose as
a hew election battle cry. There
have been rumors that he has
some new plan for unemploy
ment insurance, with a YIew te de
taching the labor vote from the
labor party and bringing it Into
the fold of his new proposed Cen
The rebelious conservatives
who were headed by-'Mr. Bonar
Law, .Sir George Younger and
Stanley Baldwin- who - brought
about the fall of Mr. Lloyd George
have contended "that they 'were
trying to get bacfe to the party
system. Only the result ot' gen
cneral elections will shov? - how
far the have succeeded la this
intention.'. Up to the present the
only consequence of their tactics
t jYda V'ilF appreciate the, very high quality of our
vantage of fce extremely LOW PRICES Which we
; Conie "early; and get good cuti. Try our choice
baby beef.; Vj ; j ; f 0 ' , ' : J ,V - -
Beef Roat . ..;.. .u. .8 to 12M
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Beef SteXr-: .. I:...:.....
Pork Spare RibsK. .r.,V......
Sugar Cured Picnics .1.
Nice Salt Pork jiV-U-.-...........,.-.....:.20r
Klry and. Circle W;
Smoked Hams. !' ' r? ; - . " '?
CHICKENS ,-r-COOKED MEATS-CURED MEATS J
Capital Cash Market
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Free Delivery on Saturday
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RACING SHIPS SAVE 217 ADRIFT AT SEA.
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Two nundreu and seventeen passengers were transferred to lifeboats at sea 600 miles off the Pacific
-coast Then a fire gutted the S. S. City of Honolulu, homeward bound to San Pedro, Cat. i Ships from all
points of the compass rushed to the rescue and all passengers are reported safe, The vesseJ was formerly
,the North German Lloyd liner "Frederic De Grosse. ! ' . j
has been adding of still another
group to . the existing party
groups, . thereby Tbriaring the
British parliament still nearer to
the group systems as the Euro
Parties Xuinlx r Five
Mr. Lloyd George, who during
the war split the Liberal party
into two sections has now don,e
the same thing by, the Unionist
rarty..Thus instead fit the two
original parties, : thee, .are. . now
lour with the labor party making
the flfh. With the five separate
parties I is clear that no single
party can form a big enough bios
to carry . oi a government not
aided by further alliances. It has
to ibe remembered that the whole
of the , electoral machinery and
the funds of the Conservative
arty belong to the - rebellious
ounger section of that group.
Mr. Lloyd Georgfe is credited
with intentions to cleate a center
party. This would necessitate the
creation also of new party ma
chinery and party funds, for fhe
former premier has ho such funds'
or machinery at present at his
The press was very busy today
in forming , a new cabinet for
Bonar Law. The speculations of
the various' newspapers showed
there was no lack of, able men. for
a new 'administration.
OWSLEY IS ELECTED
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the position as head of the Ameri
can Legion's Americaniiation
commission which he held when
elected national commander.
WOMAN FREE BUT
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skirts was the elderly husband,
Watching his fife's triumphal
exit and still doggedly maintain
ing that ' she gave birth to a, son
and a daughter last December.
The spectators who elbowed
him aside to watch Mrs. McNally
ride away were inclined to : be
lieve he was the victim of a
clever hoax from beginning to
end, but Its purpose, why it be
gan and why It ended Is as much
a problem at ever. ,
r 1$ what ypu get for your moriejr in buying JiV ' V j
AH ' Won than povmi mmd a half j SfJy jf'u -1
Xv For over 30 years j
M WHY PAY WAR PRICES? mj
liAl falLIflONS OF POUNDk BOUGHT BY THB GOVERNMENT
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FIRST WOMAN SENATOR U. S. -
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A real bargain day in Poultry, Meats and
Dressed Rabbits at ' ' . ' y
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PEOPLE'S! MEAT MARKET
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.ivYott-.will find bargain da every day iri the
week at our market and you will save money
by trading jhere whenever you are in need of
meats or poultry
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' We are not in the combine and sell as cheap. :.
or even cheaper than those in or, "out jd! thi
combine. $Vhen you consider quality, that; is
first with lis, QUALITY, PRICE and APPRE
V. We guarantee.every ounce of meat - and
poultry uiai leaves our marKeu ne neea ana
warn your ousmess. riese maxe us a.cau
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This is John Daubney. MitiHe-
gota'a oldest man. . He hails irom
Taylor Falls and is JOS years old.
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check or hand in at Statesman office accompanied by a $5.50 check -or cash.
Mrs. William H. Felton, the first woman to ve maoe a vnited
States Senator and, though 87 years old, her power' to think and act
is etiual to that of a man forty. She started into politics fifty years
ago by electing her husband to the House of Representatives. Fancy
a woman "stumping In the crinoline, period 1 .An she wanted pro
hibition when Bryaa was kicking at the slats in his crib.
SHE IS THE CHAMPION WOMAN RIDER OF TEXAS.
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inoice aressea cmcKen; riymouin rvocK ana,
Rhode Islanp! Reds, lb. '....:;.-:r, .25c ;
S Choice dress Hensf lh. 1...?.. -...J25ch
V Fancy Dressed Rabbits, lb. .......Ti.30c .
;Good Boiliufc Beef;Jb.....I ..;....i;r.i;5c:
Good Pot Roast Beef, up from .....ll..V...,..10c
Good Beef Steak, up from .: ....C.12cr
Good Beef stew,, ib. ..i..;:........i.i;.iOc
Choice Corn Fed Pork Roast, lb ..22c
Fresh Compound, our own make,
-No. 5 bucket ';??L .....iu45c
Best Creamery Butter, lb. ...... ..;....1..50cr
Fresh Pork, Spare Ribs, lb ...22c
Choice Veal Roast, lb ...... :. ,8c
Choice Veal Steak, lb. ... ...:.: .....L..;.20c
:Vnoice Yeal Mew, lb. Sc
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Miss Euth Hughes of San Antonio, who returned from a Euro
pean Itrip on the President Garfield, holds nine niedala for riding";
itand one for bucldag- bronco ridings r.; 'v.4H i . 2- -
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X1LT HEN Isaac Newton, the great mathematician and philosopher,
VV was asked how he worked out a complicated problem, he
"I keep it before me."
Glance through the advertising columns of this paper and in a tew
minutes you have before you numerous things you want to buy now
or at some future date. ....
Advertising has stabilized prices. The advertiser names his price
one for all. You can know that in paying it you are. getting the
same deal as the next one.
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Keep it before yon. You owe it to your pocketbook.
Advertising has helped stabilize quality. Only the best wares re
spread bef oreyou on these printed pages. The men who advertise
here are making public certain claims, on the fulfillment of which
depends their commercial success.
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Keep it before you. .
Advertising gives you news of the latest and best things made with
word as to what they "cost and what they will do. It puts before
your eyes the pick of the country's market and the selection of the
particular kind, shape, size and color that best suits your taste and
fits your pocketbook.
Keep it before you