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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1919.
PERSHING TELLS OF
LAST BAM OF WAR
Washington, Nov. 6. The first ot-
riciul report of the last battle of the
war was made public late yesterday
when General John J. Pershing de
tailed before the joint senate and
house military affairs committee the
activities of the American armies In
France on the day of the armistice.
The statement was made in re
sponse to a question as to why there
was some fighting on the American
fronts after , eleven o'clock on No
"I was notified late on the nifrht of
the tenth," said General Pershing,
"by courier from General Foch's head
quarters, that the Germans would
pifen the next morning nt 11 o'clock.
The agreement wns to fight right up
to the minute they signed. The pur
pose of this was two fold: first to
encourage their signatures and sec
ond because we did not trust them or
"At six o'clock on the morning of
the eleventh I was in touch with Gen
eraf Koch's headquarters by special
communication and informed that in
dications were that the Germans
would sign ns agreed.
"Instructions were issued to cease
firing at 10:69 on the morning of the
"'rom the moment the Instruc
tlonstlons went out until 11 o'clock
every shell that was possible to send
over Into the German' trenches was
fired." . , '
1'ershlng hesitated, lost in medita
tion and arousing himself, continued
In a low voice:
"At 11 o'clock firing ceased. The
war was over, and 1 was glad. I hope
U is the last."
Pershing explained the reason for
a few stray shots being fired by the
Americans after 11 o'clock. -
"Some of the advance troops had
gone so far Into' the enemy's terri
tory that it was impossible for word
to reach them by that hour," he said.
Plans Of Ralicals To Hold
Bilshevik Jubilee Go Awry
Chicago, Nov. 6. T'ians of the rad
icals in HainmoiidA East Chicago, In
dluiia Harbor and Gary to hold a mon
ster celebration In East Chicago No
vember 7,' 8 and 9, In honor of the sec
ond anniversary of the birth of bol
shevism In Russia, have gone awry.
Federal and local authorities decided
to permit no meetings or parados. Dis
play of the red flag was also barred.
Klamath Falls' tax budget for 1920
calls for $89,000, find an election will
bo held on November 24 to give the
council authority to increase tho tax
rate from IB to 28 mills-
IN BUILDING PLANES
EXPLAINED BY BOARD
Washington, Nov. 6. The present
reported feverish activity for develop
ment of commercial areonautics of
certain nations Is nothing more than
a race for supremacy In armaments,
declared a report submitted by a spe
cial board which Secretary Taker ap
pointed to InvpHtlernJe ci-pntlnn nf a
separate executive department of mil-
The board. comDosml nf Mn inr
Generals Menoher. Cos. Hn.m nn!
Snow, said that in future wars aero
nautics will play an increasingly im
portant role hut been una nf tlm ul,n,.t
life of aircraft and the great cotrt of
pmuuciion anu maintenance, no na
tion can maintain in peace time air
fleets even approximating war time
Federal nid and control of aero
nautics was recommended along the
1 Furnishhiff weather rnm.tu i,t
2 National and International reg
ulation of air traffic.
3 Licensing of pilots.
4 Inspection and licensi
6 Standardization of signals and
6 Enactment of accident and in
YOUTH CONFESSES TO
ROBBING 15 PUCES
Portland, Nov. 5. Arrested early
this morning while wandering around
the "North End" In a suspicious man
ner, Ralph Htephun, 19, in snkl by the
police to have confessed to 15 robber
ies In Portland recently.
Stephun, uncording to 'the officials.
admitted robbing one church, here
three timett, receiving $120 in war
savings stamps on one occasion.
The youth told the police he ga.h
ered considerable loot in a local high
school building one night and waililcr
lng Into the the unatomjr class room,
flashed his light on a skeleton, which
so frightened him that he dropped all
his loot and fled, -
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Washington. Nov. 6 The
sonnte defeated the LuFollette
nmcmlmciit to Htrike tlu' labor
clause from the iience leaty.
The vote was 47 to 84.
since Tuesday, November 11, is
Armistice day," the meeting of the
tJtiHlnoss and Professional Women's
club announced for that day will be
postponed until Thursday, November
l.l, at 7:30 p. m., In the Y. W. C. A.
rooms. A cordial Invitation is extend
ed to all business and professional
women to attend this meeting, and
those wishing to enroll as charter
members of tho club at thattime will
be permitted to do so. Many ques
tions of Interest will be discussed, and
a large attendance is hoped for.
As a means of halting tho high cost
of living, the Loyal Legion of Loggers
and Lumbermen has completed ar
rangements for the opening of a Co
operative store nt North Bend.
Tho Toddler, described In the "Horse
Review" as the fastest trotter of the
year, is a descendant of phehalis, the
sensational pacer of 20 years ago own
ed by Frank Frnzier of Pendlctom
Ira Parker 'Whitney of Spokane has
been appointed agricultural agent for
r.nne county. He is u graduate of O.
A. C, and for the last 10 years has
been manager of the Walllll stock farm
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Nation-vride appreciation has led to a
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and hamlet, and the price is as always
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j The Biggest and Most Interesting
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Staged in fhe new $300,000 Pavilion
at North Portland, Oregon
Week of November
17 to 22
Open All Day and
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f Cups, Trophies
iri Premiums to""
The Pacific International Livestock Exposition was in
augurated and is supported by leading bankers, busi
ness men and breeders of the Pacific Coast men of
vision who see in the Pacific Coast the livestock cen
ter of the World. ,
The staging of this exposition on so huge a scale is a
long step toward the accomplishment of this aim and
the benefits of its success will be widespread.
Thousands of entries of pure bred stock; many com
ing from the Middle Western States, necessitated addi
tions to the immense $300,000 Pavilion.
Hundreds-of educational exhibits claim your atten
tion, including the large Western Dairy Products Show
with 250 entries and daily lectures by Mr. O. E. Reed
of Purdue University and. Mr. M. Mortenson of the
Iowa State College.
Plan to Attend the Entire Week.
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f0RTH PORTLAND, OREGON
Criticism and Citizenship
It is the plain, public duty of every
citizen to criticize proposed government
measures believed to be harmful. -
Swift & Company is in a better position
perhaps, than others, to understand the
meat packing business in all its relations
to public and private interests, even
though the others " may have been
giving the subject a great deal of .sincere
Swift & Company is convinced that interference
with its legitimate business function by governmental
agencies, however well intentioned, would be an injury
to every man, woman and child who wants meat to
eat, as well as to the men who raise the meat and
to those who dress and distribute it
Maximum service that cannot monopolize because
of keen competition and lack of control over sources
of supply is furnished at a minimum of profit a frac
tion of a cent per pound from all sources.
Therefore Swift & Company is taking every legit
imate step of citizenship to prevent such interference.
These advertisements are intended to help you,
and to help Congress decide what is best to be done.
Mistakes are costly and apt to be harmful in these
Let us send you a Swift "Dollar."
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