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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL SATURDAY- FEBRUARY7. 1020.
FRtfiCH TO ERECT
ilUGE I1ARKET PLACE
H)3 USE OF WILD
London. Feb. 7. rian for the great
March, du Monde, or meeting place
for th4 buyer of the world, which 1b
to tx established in Paris in two year.
coutemnUte the erection ot a vast
building nine times the size ot T ratal
gar Square aud containing not only
tot shop but many special feature,
including the most luxurious club and
tha largest banquet bail in the world.
Details of the schema were given here
by Sir Charles Dundas, secretary of the
association ot Great Britain and
"The object, he said, "ta to give
producer and buyers of the world the
facility to perform all their transac
tions In one place.
"It will b the only building in tha
world where the rentals will decrease
according to the length of the lease,
and where the tenants will be consid
ered aa valued client, and not as ob
jects of speculation.
The building will b of sit stories,
with a frontage of 860 feet It will be
Din times the else of Trafalgar Bquare
and will cost approximately 4,000,000
"This enormous building," continued
Kir Charles Dundas, "will contain
SOtO shops, the most luxurious club In
tha world for buyer and producers,
swimming and Turkish baths, gymnas
ium, restaurant, grill room, roof gar
den, several lecture-rooms, industrial
cinema and the world's largest banquet-room.
Briefly, what is contemplated! Is
the erection and operation of a veri
table city, in which it may reasonably
be estimated there will be a floating
poplation of manufacturers, producers,
merchants, buyers, and the necessary
employes, exceeding JO, 000 people."
Sir Charles added that the advan
tage of this huge project to the British
buyer and sellers would bo enormous
"On of th priniclpal object of
having this world' market in Paris,'
be aald, "is because th French capi
tal ta the pivot ot tha railway centers
of Burope, and th advic ot the buy
ers f the world has been taken on this
Honolulu, T. H. Jan. 2D -(By mail.)
The foreign language srhouls of trie
territory ot Hawaii "constitute the
moat powerful single factor operating
against effective work In the publlb
at-hoots, " and they should be abolished
the report of the territorial grand
Jury, Just published, stated.
Prominent educators In the terri
tory, Including Yaughun MacCaughey,
superintendent Of public Instruction,
testified before the grand Jury and on
their testimony, it wns announced, the
recowimendHtlnn against the foreign
Iniiguage schools whs based.
The foreign language schools in the
islands Includ HO Japanese institu
tion, the majority of which are under
the direction of IluddhlHt priests, 20
Chinese and one Korean. The public
schools of the territory total 188,
The grand Jury's report said:
"The supervising principals, princi
pal and hundreds nf tpachnrs in our
publio sohools have mude reports con
t'ei'iinlg the effects nf the language
n IioiiIh, and the verdict Is practically
unanimous tlutt those schonla
detriment and a menace."
RARE ART TREASURES
EOUND tN NEW YORK
. Chicago, Keb. 7. Treasures of art
valued at more I linn a million dollars
were found todny In the unpretentious
dwelling of Mrs, lOvallne M. Kimball,
aged widow of VV. W. Kimball, founder
ot a piano company.
The widow, w ho is 71 years old, re
cently adjudged incompetent. The
value ot her eetate was fixed at ap
proximately J2.K0O00. When a broth
er ot Mrs. Kimball, It vine H. Cone ot
l,o Angeles, filed a petition for a con.
sei valor, the value of the estate was
estimated at f l.OttO.OOt.
An inventory filed In probate court
yesterday and approved listed early
Chinese and Japanese Jade and porce-
luin vanes, oowih and plaques, rare
tapestries and antique furniture.
Among tlx oilier valuable paintings
were work of Kembrandt, John Con
stitute, Sir Joshua Reynolds. Millet.
.uiiiHboro'jKh, HrlMtol, (ieurge Romney
WHY SHOULD SALEM PEOPLE
BUY OREGON MADE PRODUCTS
E. Schuld of Clackamas county has I
a .' . '. - - r-" - " -
I One egg measured i 1- inches by T,
1 and weighed quarter of a pound.
(By K. S. TlllingluMt, Awarded Second
l'riw lu tiale's Contest;)
In turning out high quality products
at very low coat, that Is the real bar
gains you are always looking for the
most marvelous resources are useless
without a high average degree of or
ganising and directing intelligence and
! OSeon qitizenship ha JuM these
qualities. Her magnificent war record
proves the fact. Her successful politi
cal system i based upon It Her splen
did and complete system of public euu
cation Insures it
But she has, indeed, not only the
brains and the honesty, but very many
of 'the richest natural resource on
God' green deatb wherewith to fur
nish Salem people with real bargain
Whether it be farm products, or
fruit, livestock, wool,- fish, lumber
dairy produce, or any of the countless
manufactured products from these raw
material, Oregon . can furnish you
Buy Oregon made product because
von save freicht: because they are
made under sanitary conditions; he-
cause you get genuine values: because
the nearer home you spend your mon
ey the sooner and the more likely some
of It may return to you again; because
huan contacts are preciou and you
may know the Oregon maker and sell
er, but you cannot know the foreign
maker and seller; because loyalty to
home industry is a fundamental of
true patriotism, an essential founda
tion of great states; because such lit
tle act of loyalty like little drops of
water make up the mighty currents
that sweep great nations oa to un
dreamed heights of national attain
ment; because when thus helping your
neighbors, your town and your state,
you are helping your children and
your children's children to the third
and fourth generation, you are sowing
bread upon the waters which will re
turn an hundred told. You stand to
gain in many ways, to lose nothing.
Above all, you preserve your self re
spect, because you have done right.
Regularity in Politics
IIXXKSS DELAYS TKIAIi
People of Bogota. Colombia, claim
for their city the titi "The Athens of
Salem Auto Radiator Shop
Radiators, Fenders and Gas Tank
Tractor Radiators a pulty
Ford Radiators for Sale
198 S. 12th Street. Salem, Ore.
FORD TRFCK WITH TWO TON
ATTACHMENT. RCXS JJKE A
OSCAR B. GINGRICH
MOTOR & TIRE CO.
371 Court Street
O CO ASS
- When Old Guard Republicans and
Democrats oppose the Hoover candi
dacy on the ground of Mr. Hoover's
political record they are not truth
ful. The real reason they are against
htm is because they know that he
could not be handled by the organiza
tion. A president with a mind ana a
will ot his own is the lust thing that
either of them want. They are look
ing for a man who will be president
of party, not a man who will ,be
President of the United States.
Managing politicians are great
sticklers for party regularity when it
suits their purposes, but regularity
never bother them when they have
anything to gain for themselves by
A classical example is the action, of
tha Republican manugerB in Is 68
when they needed a candidate who
could reunite the warring factions
and carry through a reconstruction
programme; so they turned to Uenerul
Grant had never voted a Republican
ticket In his life aand he had been
practically everything that it was pos
sible to b in politics except a Repub
lican. Originally he had been a Clay
Whig In his sympathies. After he
moved to Missouri he was successive
ly a Free-Hull Democrat and a Know
Nothlng. He voted for James Buchan
an, the Democratic candidate for
President In 1856. In 1860 he had not
been In Illinois long enough to ac
quire legal residence, but he states in
his Memoirs that if he could have
voted he would huvo supported Doug
las. The first time Ulysses S. Grant
ever voted a Republican ticket , wns
In 1868 when ho himself was the Re
publican candidate fur President.
Quite as striking as a manifesta
tion of Democratic consistency is the
Greeley case. For twenty-five years
prior to 1872 Horace Greeley had been
the ablest and most forceful opponent
of the Democratic party in all its pol
icies. Yet when there was a Republi
can split in 1872 and the Liberal Re
publicans mimed Greeley as their can
didate the Democrats promptly Indor
sed him, and in spite of his defeat
they polled more votes than they had
ever before polled in a Presidential
If a more recent Illustration Is re.
quired, there is the example of Wit
llam J. Bryan, who went into part
hershlp with the Pnpulltit in 1892
nnd was nominated by the Democrats
for President In 1896. '
So much for the sincerity of poll
tlclans when their own affairs are
In the present state of American
politics It Is somewhat difficult for
Mr. Hoover to identify himself,, put
no more difficult than for most Amer
icans who are not Democrats or Ke
publicans by force of habit,
If Senator Penrose, Senator Lodge
General Wood, Senator Knox and all
the other reactionaries, militarists
and treaty-wreckers are Republicans
it Ib certain that Mr. Hoover in not
a Republican, if Mr. Ttryan, Senator
Heed, Hoko Smith and William H.
Hearst are Democrats, it Is plain
enough that Mr. Hoover is not
Most of the political confusion that
exists In the United States today can
be accounted for by the fact that par
ty labels have become meaningless.
There nre plenty of Issues on which
voters nre ready to divide, but pro
fesslonai politics, maneuvering for its
own selfish advantage, has thus far
made a division impossible.
Josephine and Jackson counties
have Joined forces in a farm bureau
scheme, aud have mocked it already
with two carloads ot hogs.
XOT1CK OF Hi:KING OF FINAL
Notioe Is hereby given that the fin
al account of Robert Fearce, execu
tor of the estate ot Elisabeth M.
Fearce, deceased, was duly filed In
the county court ot the state ot Ore
gon for the county of Marlon, on the
th day ot January, 120, and that
en aula date the said county court
duly entered an order fixing Monday
the lfttt day of February, 120, at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. in. at the
court room ot said court In tha city
. of Salem, county ot Marlon, and state
of Oregon, a th time and place for
the hearing of objections to such fin
al account and th settlement there
of, at which time any person 'inter
ested la said estate may appear and
file objection to said account or th
ettlement ef said estate and eooUet
EGBERT rEAiiCE, Exeuuter.
SERVICE TO BE HELD
Abraham Lincoln anniversary mem
orial services will be held at Klks hai
on Friday evening at 8 o'clock, Feb.
U, under the suspires of Joshua Smith
camp, Hons lot Veterans an it ladies
auxiliary. All veterans ot the Civil
war, the Spanish American war, mem
bets of the Amtrlran expeditionary
force In the Kuropean war and patri
otic organization are especially Invit
ed to unite In patriotic observance ot
th memory of the great emancipator.
Hie program follow:
Patriotic song by audience.
Callto order by Paat Commander
Frank Dunlap. 1
"Why We Observe This Day," Col.
"Our Country," Ren YV. Olcott
"Gettysburg Address," Ronald Glov
er. ' :
Vocal solo. Lout L. Leadhetter
"Th Flag," Senator Lou! Laoh-
Trombone solo, Oscar 8telhammv
Th laying ot th Atlantic cable is
regarded a on of the boldest engi
neering feat ever attended and at the
Urn It was carried out bu looked up
on with derision. '
Oakland, Cal., Feb. 7. Continued
illness of Juror H. A. Thompson, 83
years of age, prevented a resumption
today of the criminal syndicalism trial
of Miss An'ta Whitney, charity and
social worker, lecturer and writer.
inompson is expected to be able to
return to court Monday.
The annual production of Redwood
in California is about 320,000.000 feet
and at the present rate the timber is
being destroyed, it Is estimated that
enough standing timber remain to last
ror l&u years
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
Any time that any one
wants a delicious drink
with a real, satisfying,
sustaining food valuer
We guarantee it purity and
high quality, we have
been making chocolate and
yooo for neatly 140 yean.'
Here Is One Thing That
Is Absolutely Impossible
Rheumatism IIus Never Boon Cured
by Liniments or Lotions, and
Never Will be
You never knew of rheumatism
that moBt painful source of suffering
being cured by liniments, lotions or
other external applications. And you
will never see anything but tempo
rary relief afforded by such make
But why be satisfied with tempo
rary relief from the pangs of -pain
which are sure to return with in
creased severity, when there Is- per
manent relief within your reach. Sci
ence has proven that rheumatism i a
disordered condition of the blood.
How then, can satisfactory results be
expected from any; treatment that
does not reach the blood, the seat of
the trouble, and rid the syste mof the
cuuse of the disease? S. S. S. has for
more than fifty years been giving re
lief to even the most aggravated and
stubborn cases of rheumatism. It
cleanses the blood by routing the dis
ease germs. The experience of others
who have taken S. S. 8. will convince
you that it will promptly reach your
caBe. You can obtain S.: S. S. at any
drug store. '
A valuable book tonj rheumatism
and its treatment, together with ex
pert medical advice about your own
Individual case, will be sent absolute
ly free. Write today toLMedical De
partment, Bwlft Specific ; Co:, 250
Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Georgia.
MADE TO OEDJSB TO FIT
840 Cenrt Breet
HOME OF THE VICTRCLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
CUae Medldae nd Te fj.
Hl medicine whitk will eur
Ope Bandars from 10 A. U.
until 8 P. It.
153 Bout Big 8t
Balem. Oregon. Phoat g
Are Going Big
Every day there are. new arrivals for the suit department and from all
indications the demand will be strong for good quality suits for the spring
season Manufacturers have been bending every effort to make this a suit
season, and from the early arrivals the season will be a rushing one partly on
account of the real quality in style, material and workmanship in the gar-1
ments and partly because the prices are not as high as many have been led to
Are here in great variety of styles, materials and colorings. Here you will
find fresh new garments direct from the fashion centers. Prices are decided
ly reasonable, everything considered. An early visit here is advantageous.
I. & Mwlnj do;
Outfitters to Women, Misses and Children
MaT 4 MHHH
tTMtTM.MtMf ttffM -.
If you'll try a loaf today, you'll buy a
loaf tomorrow. ,
Has the Home-Made Taste. 1
Bake-Rite Sanitary Bakery
' - 457 State Street.
10 per cent off on our entire stock of made up
We clean, renovate, and remodel old furs so
they look like new. .' . , .
Western Fur Go.
521 Court Street
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GRAND OPERA HOUSE Q
Resen'ed seats on sale at Opera House Pharmacy -Prices
50c, 75c and $1.00. .
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i PLAY !
In a Two lleel Laugh Producer
"Pluck and Plotters"
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