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EUITfR AtiD CHlESE
I-1AKERS COllI III
SESSION THIS HORH
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL- SALEM. wrnvrSTUY. DECEMBER. 17. 1919
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AMERICA!! RADICALS ;i,t JG ur
uiwRiivwv- . Piirnnriinil iniHI
t tKbtNU! AHI1I
FOLLOWING PlAli OF !
Hew York, lx-c. l'i
'the Industrial cliiwt
State. luring which he ha been in
(Constant touch with the State Depart
ment &nd the IJepartment of Justkre.
f John A. Kmbry untii hi arrival here
drMte with the annual nanquei wmoc ; aiwiiuiii " - r ! word
.-n- oaia last msm ine raojraa nrrc "n
The complete pro pram or me nieei- ; tollowinR u tne mxier me piara promote one Hag.
n i follows: by the KoteneviKi ol Ktuma. m
inland. Or.. Pee. 17. With su
..i.lroo of welcome to the visiting dele-
Vivor George L. Baker today ,
th. tnth annual meeting o
the Oregon Butter and Cheesemakera
....i.iion ,M.-h convened at thei
PorOniiil hotel thia morning and w:n I
Pierre. S. !.. Dec 17. Three indt-
;endent candidates today were in the
field contesting for the vote of the
vention delegate from this stale.
They were Mile Poindexter and Frank
Lowtlen. contesting for the repub-
- lioan upiwrt and James O. Geraro.
, the democratic.
After a tour of j The time for filing minority noi.u
of the United .nations expired lat night. Independ
ent tilings may oe mane ip jamuarj
; 1. Major General Leonard Wood and
' President Wilson received the indorse
jment of the "proposal" conventions,
although neither filed a "declaration of
t principals." Governor Lowden's eight
platform was "economy, effici
ency, protection. " peace, agriculture.
charged furtSer that American I. W.
a- m. Welcome, Mayor George L.
f :ja President' address. It. I- Ca-
vett. White Clover Ice Cream company
1 a. m. "Oregon's Dairy Resour
ce" A. L Tucker, vice-president Uni
ted States National bank, Portland.
10.30 a. m. "Raw Material," K. B.
Fitts, dairy extension specialist, Ore
gon Agricultural college, Corvallis. dis
cussion led by U P.. Ziemer.
11:S0 a. m. "Cheese Hints," Kred
Chrlstensen, instructor Tillamook
J p. m. "Feeding the Six-Hoar
Worker," C. C, Chapman, editor Ore
j p. m. "Htarter and Starter
Control," H. W. Thomas. Red Clovei
factory, Tillamook; discussion led by
4 p. m. "Pioneer Days of V.utler
nd Cheesemaking," T. 8. Townsend,
ttunwt Creamery company, Portland.
6 p. m. "Economic Manufacture f
Dairy Products," -V. H. Kent, Peerlem;
Creamery company, Portland. i
Third Session. I
";38 p. m. Husiness session. J
a. m. "Oregon Dairy Laws." J.
D. Mickle, dairy and food commission
er. 10 a. m. "Getting Dairy Legisla
tion," Hon. C. L. llawley, McCoy, Or.
It a. m. "The Whey Separator snd
Cheese Returns." J. A. liunn. Myrtle
Point. Discussion led , by Huh Bar
ber. 11:30 a. m. "Butter .Standards," A.
Jensen, Mutual Creamery, Portland.
2 p. m. "Development of Dairying Hob Higgins, all-American ertd of
In Oregon," A. H. lea, secretary state I Pen n State, has been invited to assist
fair board. the coaches in giving them a line on
2:30 p. rn. "Refrigeration fn theUhe liezdek system of play which
Creamery and Cheese Factory," V. L. j Oregon is-said to be using. Signal And
Rein, York Construction company, Ke- kicking practice was the extent of the
W. and Communists were part of an
organization created by the Soviet
Government to acriwe worldwide
"The first aim of the American
agitator as I have found in my study,
is to first foment strikes so that the
mass of the people should he discon
tented, hungry and 'without shelter,"
he said. 'The next step to to point
out to them that the Soviet Govern
ment Is a complete success and that
the Russian people were In exactly
their plight before they turned to
Bolshevism, and now they are giving
Mr. Kmery said, this phase of the
plan was conducted in 327 newspa
pers and periodicals, financed by the
Russian soviet government.
"The "Bolshevik government is now
fighting for its life," he continued.
"Started as a criminal band, it must
keep up the fight. The only way it
can do this in to have Bolshevism all
dream and hope of every BolsJierlkJ
over the world. That has been the
leader. That Is why. they have per
fected a worldwide organization, one
branch of which is in this country, to
conduct Bolshevist propaganda."
Argentine Sends Emroy To
Negotiate Lean To Germany
Berlin. Dec. 17. Jr. Ian Martin of
Buenos Aires has arrived here to ne
gotiate a loan from Argentine to Ger
many of fifty millions gold pesos
Germany intends to develop the
manufacture of agricultureal machin
ery formerly sold to Argentina by the
United States, it was revealed.
SHIPS BADLY D.WIAGFTX
Harvard Ready For
Tussel With Oregon
Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 17. Harv
ard's griddera lack nothing now but
some hard scrimmage to put them on
edge for the Oregon game New Years
day at Pasadena.
New York. Dec. 17. Fire which
swept the steerage deck of the Malloy
line steamship- Henry R. Malloy yes
terday caused damage estimated at
f25,00p. One fireman was slightly inured.
! PiA n .Janeiro. Brazil.. Dec.
I A fight which began nity ear
to establish direct cable comniumca-f
tion between 'the United States and?
.razil ended Tuesday when the braiu- ,
iw-rmitrinir the Central and South Am-1
erica n Telegraph company to lay the;-
jr-ecessary cables. It is existed the,
Washington. Dec. 1". Figures com- vi-i be in operation ejriy(
piled by the statistics branch of the;rpJrt sprjng. 9 I
Genera! Staff on illiteracy in the em- f The final formalities mvol.-ed the t
ergency army show that probably I t j
per cent, of the entire force was ill
terate and 17.4 relatively illiterate.
The figures are based on a total of i
4.0.000, Of this total J11.009 are)
classed as wholly illiterate and 712,- j
000 as relatively illiterate, an aggre- j
gate of 1.023.000. f
The literate class numbered 3,067,- J
White soldiers classed as wholly Jlli- i
Clinton B. Hai;ht. e)irf).
Slue Mountain Eagle st p
-suffered severe burnt;
Ctjii.' "i utn Amen-'
can Telegraph company to lay a fable;
Rio De Janiero to luwl ueii
. uA si cfimniete ine
mra . i.kr. ,-r . .
South American com- "" " n tr
' around both coasts of; lost when fire destroyed h'
the South American continent. (baturday luormng. .
and a ,
" Of Utmost Imports
Pure, emulsified cod-hvt.
is not medicine as many
prone to think of medicine
terate numbered 1M.O09. of 5.5 per
cnt. of the entire white strength, and
relatively illiterate, 577.000, or 1 per
cent. Whites in the illiterate class!
numbered 2,825.000, or 77.5 per cent, t
of the total in the service. f
Colored illiterates numbered 125,000!
or 25.5 per cent of the total colored j
strengtn, while negroes relatively il
literate numbered 123.000 or 25.1 per
cent. The literate class of negroes
numbered 242,000 out of a total of
490,000, or 49.4 per cent.
Because of a shortage of cars, the
weekly production of lumber in 119
mills has fallen from 109,743.121 to
is 4i form of growth-nourishment
that is of utmost importance to
many children. That most
children relish and thrive on
Scott'a is a "truism"
accepted the world over.
Give Scott's to tie ctildrea
toil watck them crew strong!
Scott & Bowse. Bloomfifld. N. J
"Some Men Don't Know It Yes1
says the Good Judge
This class of tobacco
gives a man a lot more
satisfaction than he
ever gets out of ordin
Smaller chew the good
taste lasts and lasts. .
You don't need a fresh
chew so often. Any man
who uses the Real To
bacco Chew will tell
, Put Up In Two Styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco-
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacc
attle: discussion led by R. K. Cavctt.
3.30 p. m. "Neutralization of
Cream for Butter-Making," C. W. Kly,
Kui?ene Farmers' .Creamery; discus
sion led by H. C. Keyser.
4:3') p- Cheese discussions (len
tiilnute talks), led by Kloyd Ctilberts
oon, Tillamook, Or.;, A. Chrlstensen,
Myrtle Point, Or.; Hugh Barber, Tilla
i B p. m. Butter dlsciiHslons, led hy
E. O. Post, Blaehley, Or.; P. C. Jor
gensen. Carlton, Or. Jens Pedersen,
McMlnnvllle, Or.; S. O. nice. Mount
Angel, Or.; Jens Therkcldsen, L'ma
S p. m.- Barxiuet.
drill yesterday. Harvard has decline'!
the invitation to play ' the University
"Harvard authorities desire to get
the squad back for the opening of the
second- semester, Graduate Manager
Money, He Says
Could Find Nothing to - Help Him
I'ntll lie Took Titular, Wire Is
y WOMAN HURT
Two "frozen pipe" explosions have
marked the cold spell of the past week
ut (juinuliy, according to J. C. McKar
lane, of that place, who was In Kalein
Mr. McV'arlnne'H home was the scene
of one of the accidents, when the hot
water pipe Just outside of the stove
burst, filling the room with steiun. . No
one was hurt, however.
The other explosion occurred at the
home of C L. Iteckner Wednesday
nioritlnw. Boon after a fire was start
ed In the stove the froien coll explod
ed, blowing the stove to pieces. Mrs.
Rerkner, who was close to the stove
t the time, was verely scalded around
t face and neck and cut by flying
I "es of metal.
- Jr. McKarlane reports that the
w-!is In the vicinity of Qulnuby hnvr
lieen partly broken and are passable.
Gilbert Buys Fruit Farm; "
Centralize Interests Here
liecldlng to centralize his Interests
permanently in Kalem and vicinity I.ee
I, (ilhcrt, distributor of the KlK'n HI
fur western Oregon, has disposed of his
property holdings In Portland and has
piirchnHpil the Fanny Carthew place of
JO acres, six miles west of this city on
the Ijullus road. The confederation
was reported to be around $8000.
While Mr. (lilliert intends to con
tinue I') make his homo In Sulrin, Ik.
)1;ih rfii Hpeni!ng liie summer months
on tue llut)i 111' 1ms Ju.nt puri-lui.-i'il.
'I'li4 entire 29 uvres nt-e ciemed iind
in iMldltion to the fruit trees new on
the place, he intends to plant ubmit 10
acres to lognnberrles and & to prunes.
"OaY ONE TKKG
That'a Dr. KiriR's New Dia
covcry for fifty yeart
NOTIIIXO hu snstiiliipi! quolUy
ntid tin Tii 1 1 i ii u effect ivi'iH'-ts tan
tirotiKe such rttlhilsUiHiu. Not li
hi(i but sure relief frmii stuliliorn
old ctilils anil onrtisliliig ones,
grippe, thrtiot-teitrlng intij;li. HiiU
. croup ttniltl have luutlo l'r. Kind's
New liiscovcry lh iiutloniilly isipu
litr nntl Mnndnrd rvmwly It Is toilay.
Fifty ycurs old mid nlway r'll
nll. Hood for wliolo fnmlly.
A hot Ho In Ilia mi'dlcltie cabinet
mi'iins a sliort-llvetl cold op conglu
Oik-, tiud All tlrilKK'.sls.
Stubborn BoweU Tamed
positive In nctlon, yet iiitinntl,
enmfirtn)!t iJi-uwint, Dr.. K'jiks
Now Uf I'll! i"t "" t uncU
Hint n''d usNistiil : '1'ln'y cllnil
iiaiit fi-niieiitlnu wiii and put I ho
st jiicm In iioiiitul uluuw. AU drug
c'idia We. tt boltte. -
J W. O'Oermun, n well known em
ploye of the Oil Well Hupply Co., and
.his wife, who reside at 611 Kant Fifth
jt., Iah Angeles, are both enthusiastic
iin their praise of Tanlac, and made
the following statements a few days
: "Tanlac Just heftts anything I have
ever seen to bullil up a runoewn man
and put him back on his feet again
said Mr. 0'Oorman."For the past two
years 'I have been going aronnd with j
little life or strength about me, and 1
was so weak that when I got through
with my work in the evenings I was
almost exhuusted. I had little or no
appetite and what 1 ate did me niore
harm than good, and It seemed that
I had n cold all the time and could
never find anything that would drive
It out of my system. I couldn't sleep
good at night and when 1 got up every
morning I would start to coughing
and for half an hour or more 1 would
nearly couKh my head off.
"1 spent all kinds of money for
medicines but nothing ever did me a
particle of good until I begnn taking
Tanlac, and I want to tell you Tanlac
l ullt me up so fast that tt looked like
it whs made especially for me. 1 eat
three big hearty meals every day, Ii
gtst it perfectly and am gaining In
weight and strength right along. 1
am not troubled any more with colds
and the cough thut used to bother me
every morning has left me entirely. I
am sleeping sound all night long and
get up feeling fine and I have so
much more strength and life a limit
me thut I Just want to keep on the
go all the time."
In relating her experience with the
medicine Mrs. O't ionium said: "I just
can't think of anything that would be
too good to say ubout Tanlac for it
has made me a well and happy wo
man. Indigestion troubled me so bad
that I didn't care whether I ever ate
(anything or not, for I knew If I did
I would have terrible pains JW hours
1 niurwaiUM. i was uuineroj more lis
'the mornings than ul any other time.
la.mT it hist seemed that I could hard-1
j ly stand the pains sometimes, t was j
ill-sing, my strength- fast and nil thej
jtime I went about feeling weak unrt!
i draggy, - : !
t ".My mother hud tried Tanlac nnrt
It had done-her so much good thuti
ishe Hdviwd me to take It, and when I
!l hud finished four bottles I slopped j
taking it fur I slut ted gaining weight I
jso fast that 1 was afraid I couldn't!
J wear my. clothes. Anyhow 1 wasn't i
'after gain In weight so much ns V
wanted to be rid of the indigestion j.
and thome terrible pains in my stm- j
iicH. und they had already been eft- j
tlrelj- overcome, so Teniae had done j
tw work and 1 didn't need to take any j
more. Everything tastes good to me
now and I odn't have a trouble ot
tiny kind. I can certainly Join my
husband in praising Tanlac for it was
Just the thing both of us needed,"
Tanlac Is sold In Salem by Tyler'
Drug Store, In Hubbard by Hubbard
Drug Co., In Mt. Angel by lien
Qooch. In Gerva.li by John Kellv. In
Turner by 11. P. Cornelius, In Wood
burn by Lyman II. Shorey, In Silver
ton by Geo, A. 8tee!hammer, In Gates
by Mrs. J. P. MoCurdy, In Stayton by
C. A. Beauchamp, In Aurora by Auro
ra Drug Store, In St. Paul by Groce
teria Stares Co., In Donald by M. W.
Johnson, In Jefferson by Foshay A
Mason and In illll City by Marketeria
Ore. Co. Adv) I
HOW they "electrify"
and "Oiril'-both the
giver and the recipient!
YJ there's nothing
shocking about them-
ExCCpt, Perhaps, their
great variety of prac
tical uses many new
uses lately devised to
meet your 1920 home
ly and efficiently.
No longer are your gift desires limited to an
l electric iron or vacuum chaner. They are
here, of coursebut with theni such an
array of those daintier things, which so
completely please the feminine heart to re
ceive and the masculine heart to give.
. " '
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER CO.
and Player Pianos Best and Cheaper
GEO. C. WILL
GEO. C. WILL
Sewing Machines! SI
All Makes .
. and Oil
Sewing Machines Repaired and Rente!
GEO. C. WILL
McKinley and Century
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Are a Staple
Build's up and lloUi
r i 1 ' -f . 1
up a pplendia w-
are what tliey Kave been
in len, Women and Children
xur centurs i,ut scientifically and mechanically knowing ho
to produce Rolled Oats for the table lias greatly developea.
1 hrough long and searching tests made in our lahoratories, every
detail required to produce Superior Rolled Oats was completely
and originally determined.
Jl rr,meClT If?! a"J Pf nil rooms w created a method for electrically
o,JS ur Avoueu VJats which
vea them a rit-U
A.k for FISHER'S ROLLED OATS at Your Grocer,
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