Independence enterprise. (Independence, Or.) 1908-1969, December 26, 1919, Image 1

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JWM'liKDENCE, OKKGOX, DECEMBER 2G, 1919
NO.
1 If Rt'D CROSS SEAL!
OU.
f IN ALL SCHOOLS
ti ,V-
Is It Father and Soft?
NO nrrTACE If! WOULD MEAT . SUPPLY
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Hwitniirland
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CATTLE.
Ileforfl War.
12,181,000
14.807,000
.6,00O
1.413,000
1 .849.000
2.463,000
?.721,60O
2O.S4,00O
66.502,000
. 5?,3.00O
2r,H7,00Q
1 1 ,745,000
2,020,000
After War.
12,811,000
13,310,000
,186.000
1,1130,000
809,000
l(ff6i,00O
2.142.O0O
1,684,000
17,227,000
87,866,000
10.051.000
27,050,000
11,040,000
2,888,000
BWINB.
Beforo War.l After War, V
o u it a a f ft I
3,951.000
7,048,000
2,722,000
870,000
1,412,000
1,850.000
2,497,000
868,000
25,659,000
68,933.000
3,810.000
(2,901,000)
1,028,000
343,000
t. 808.000
4,021,000 f"
2,337,000 i
384,000 318,000 P
450,000 I
683,000 V.
634.000 i
10,080,000 i
I Report M?.c2 et 1'ie Enn!:ers'
1 Convention Develops
Stertiinj Figures.
St. Koui h, Mo. Tlir9 are 27,000.000
K;vIri(5S bank (I;jio:;ilor in t!i United
Ktal.cn, aoco; d;ni; lo fiur! puLllsJ ed
tit t.hf; cunvcntion of tuo AmerS'an
I'.uiikei's' AH.,o:-;a',l')ti here. In cm
piling tl:o:ie fl;-? u( d le alJowaiif.e v. an
made for duplifMxim. Invcfit.i-'ation
by the bankers t a.i proved that these
rav!ii);.H bank diwltors oro, with
few exemptions, je'jpl'! of f niall meann,
b it tbcy are the pvoplo who ubsarbed
In larK iiica.a: tlm war i.w.ie:- of
Kovurn.'ncnt et curiili. , Tl-rift and
76.687,000
4,290.000
'i.i'eV.doo
268,000
V. ur i
.Uii
crrr.iu
f-n-
i .lOi
r;;.v;,!.-;-4 :'liiu,)ft, Kavhi'.a Certili
and !..!)' rt.y Hond;: AND Alttf
...'.. t;.iy li ly and hold pov
n : hi i : ic.i, but llio.sa Invoat-
t- 'yd lo ; Jditional Kavfiigs, con
:i. f l ;!e i uijit of thrlit and in
::td ban't dtioaitu thro-.f-tliout the
0 tiatiwi. Ti:eK 27.000,000 depos-
1 no own $10,07:j,O71, OCO of sav-
i.RT TUT, Kii? 'iii!i Oi
Tb fear that a world mat lirtni?e would follow in the wak.
tif h$ wr wn unfoundwl, These titattutlcM Just completed bow i
Cauteand awlnoire the two principal mat anlmala. Alt of the Eur
pmn coun(rt ihow a. di-crcaao but the I'nltod States, Cauada at.
othr count rlti tbow an lucrease to offnet ub loHnes.
'l -d .111 T ' r
Harry BIeWr.
hi,
m;stwas stal rufoi
a ?'' irk nv"f l-!l!;ti"
:;, !!!i:ii Hal III lf ufl
j i - m H'k and i'nri3-r uf :,a
!':.: Th? fiili itii duid
: S'" ra!iit!tt ait . I Ml tu-
' I', eotmtrjf. tif Hry
vrf -iii (rum t?ie a of MJ
nCSft-m-iiiiin im!i, If. fftit.ili:
i!tf licr I ho '; r ml't
bt-:!( of fh 'jrstitirvd mil
rampalitn In lliaf lli!i!.
lh- ri'in.ihilnf 1.1. the as
'.' rui.nliig lit rnnipulKii lire
i d, am! wh(iiir im lifl la
ln'ia ill A tarn Iran
v unil lh Vnlliinsl Tnhr
0trlntUi
l ii crninK Chriatrnm 8l nm
I nr fur th purpoi of ftneric
I work of th Aiiicrlmn Ib'd
"r it tliaplem. ll la tut tlio
of fnnm-lnf the Naiional Tu
A'i":!ilor and lh t-arlnua
liibrx-uli,iil MXModalloaa. Th
Cliilf.lman 8ol, luniliid
! by t!i Aruei cun lie! CM.
fi le.Mi-d In thi tmiiie of Ihe
' .( that lat. lit March
American lid Ctoaa axrprd
'' the National Tub"rculoln
'lon tu una Ha nama and imr
thr unuai Chrlntmaa m-it
m ih- R,.i Cr.n haa no othf
4'Uie Tiihori uloHla Sn.il Tun
f- Ta. SU A Cro final Im a Tu-
SfU Thosie who buy It
''Wort in b tha tubnrculoala work
5'uwn coinmuDltin.
''Wort the projEraiiia of work
:4 In the forty-rleht alalia md
poKHCHniona for 1910 In inch
'r that reaulta In the aavlni
'"Dda ot llvaa may ba rellufd.
'"Mud to aala of at leauit 8(0.
' Red Crona Sea I a at on cant
!-luoercuioHia can be iiuprrKHd
H Croaa Baal offera an oppor-
f "or the wldow'a mile or the
UNCLE SAM
SAVES SWAGES
lb, rir ; livin wish in bis ln-
iinao. ih) y,rj? jiul In only
l'r ! ..i-4. i-j you liu only lor toil-.)
?
TU f-.'tv.i,!-1,.. mi'I look .ili'.-ad arid
li' (im-Mi'l ,- h-ad. Art; OU lu
ll nn ii,;i ' riii-.i- vf it r you luOKiug
uliciid aii I i;i l 1 1 r, 14 ah' ad?
Tin jiiivar! m mi butter ofT pxlay
Ihiiii h? w yi!cniKy. Ar;you7
Til hu u l! in bt'tti r off iii-xl
jwir than hi; -m bill year. Will
) ou
V.ir :niiipi and Thrift tiuiupa
will put you in the luuk al'-u'l and
(hi' nt't ahi'.id iiaii .Siive! 11
W. S, fi, K.uliirl.v
Wa Kav:.i; s'iiiDji atd Thrift
r'aiiJiia will it.l- you Irf-ttwr off to-
lliorio Hani jnu '! Imlay bet-li-r
off ;n t year than )ou win la.st
wiir. Save! Muy W. S. S. regu
larly. War h;ivlnn Stamp ar food
when rropH fail; a pk-aHure trip
whin you wain it; ill flrat iaymtnt
on a iimuf: ibi! htjjlnnliiit of a col -!
i-ducatlou; a elart in life; a
liilnv day fund. '
liny tli.'in nnularly from jour
bank your 1'ohtinaaler any War
MavlnifH Stump agfiit.
War SavliiRH HUt.ups pay you 4 per
cciil InN-n M, comi'Oiitidcd every;' 3
ii.ontbs. Vmir VVur SavloRs Stamps
arc n!i'-iimhlc nt your Pos'offlre
with in ruid liit.-rcst on ten days'
notice lo your poul master. The
luii'ir you hold War Savings
Hiuini th' niorf iiioiioy they muke
t c-i.VI V ..(il.N I S SOL (iHT TO
I ILL lllli I'OSniONS.
! nty -i ldc lfsi:t-d in Last
Six Y-ars to (lo ln!( Farming,
( uti'itH rci- or Atri; ukural Service
I Tills 1; the money which has !ull'
i up lot' railroads, iniinicipalitiHi homes
and InduHtrlfH of the nation Tlieta
avinH re:iiK?:.t over vnty-a.x
cint of the total rcsourcen. These
aavcrs financed the war succeasfully,
r.ilil llil lliijll I ui.niiuovi'.u mi. v s- j
'1 K tion of tew capital tnrousn sav-
ln?. rests the solution for financin?
rei ;;iistr.i tion and for the Increase
if production necessary to check the
high cost of living, bankers agreed. OR EG ON JOURNAL CALLS
The tfoveniiiir.t navinss securities
and Liberty Uoiids offer ideal means
for the j)rod.it;t:on of 'his new capital
in the opinion of progressive bankers.
They aie adapted for investment of
all gums "no matter bow great or small.
Senator, Kew
The young man. Harry S. New. J?., alleged to have confessed to
the murder of his sweetheart Freda IrC3er In California, claims that
United States Senator Harry S. New of Indiana Is his father, but admits
that he was born out of wedlock. The inserted picture is of the mur
dered Blrl, who it Is claimed, broke her engagement with young New,
reaulting in her death.
'! PRISONS FILLED ,150 SCHOOLS IN
WITH YOUNG MEN! STATE CLOSED
Cxir
ur,;
i'ur
i".:r.s in Ore
U', commercial
iiw i-'. aifrieul-
ir ,.i act' S(i'a;!l
; juls and higln r j.o
! tUl f.
Of '.-.vf.ity-iiiiie ap-nt: wi.o have re
sigrcd fini-c I'A'i, fmir quit after
tbriv ye:!s, sc'.cn it..v t'-o, and 12
in iess tian on..- ye.ir. Th; average
le.i.'ih of M.'iui- vvi.s months.
Ten acrt-t.icl Imu!1 r s I'arles in com
li eu ift! liusiliuiis, fy
UPON
THE MOTHERS AND FATHERS ;
TO STEM THE TIDE OF CRIME j
RAMPANT IN THE STATE
STATE SUPERINTENDENT DE
CLARES SCARCITY OF TEACH
ERS DUE TO LOW WAGES OFFERED.
The following editorial clipped from j
They are the safest security possible, the Oregon Journal recently should;
Because teachers cannot live on thai
salaries now paid, Oregon is facinjS
They are profitable and readily con- :, read ancj appreciated by every par ; an acute dearth of instructors fo
vtrtlble into cash should necessity ,t jn ImIependence and Polk COun- public schools of the state, according
ariae. Their ourchasci not only aids : . . , , .,, . .
' J , . , :ty: i to J. A. Churchhill, state superintend
in financing the yovemment, but re- ' ... A r . ' L ,.
lime ror an Awaaemng ueni oi. puoiic luskiuciion. ieamera
The man who did the killing at j without sufficient training, many of
develop- Claremont Tavern was only 22. whom have tried for certificates, and
Three Portland boys, 18, 19 and 20 1 have failed to pass the tests, some
leases corresponding capital from the
banks and financial inatitutons for
expansion of industry and
ment of production.
ers' Association show that in the five-
year pf-riod ending January 1 of this
HwnncHsi in stflta hanka
inc eased 59.47 tier cent; iu mutual;!" station show that more than 80
cent; in per cent or the criminality in
of the recent hold-ups.
i Crime records at the Portland po-
i !., iiiiiir bank ' savincs bunks, 12.96 per
I..-..,. u 14,1.1 ncnt
.!.....: i I.;,,, v-..vtiur niorif aim 'K ravines uaiinti, oo.vi jjci wm,
"l"',u,na " ' ! tr-.-.il companies, 21.32 per cent, and in
nMtiou .,.! tng p...t time to cuun-.j ng36 per cent
ty atreiit walk and i evened to Bivei u a,so wag announced that tbr
.. ... f, .11 nwirt Tfi PfH PIUr.lfT- n m aaa aaa II 1. .1 A U 1 i A
tvl in fnrinuitf, thrva were promoted insurance companies in th United
to higher jusitior.es in the service, j States.
.. .j ioiU f r !r.Bforpi! another!
this
was dincontinu-
siate. Ayent worii
i c I in two cimnio.
I Airtnts are now employed in twen
it- -dire? c:m:uiej. Tha vlie
i hag been a success ha? been imlioat
!e:l !y interest shown by other coun
ltVn. Lake and ll.tlhear have includ
jed the necessary item? in their bud
j K'ts.
The figures compiled by the Bank-!re(.pectfunyj have confessed to seven ' making grades as low at 22 per cent
have been impressed into the schools
The standard of efficiency is greatly
lessened by this condition, says Mr.
Churchill.
"School boards and the public gen
erally must realize soon," declares,
Mr. Chruchill, "that teachers must
have more money if we are going to
have properly educated fhildren.The
situation is critical. More than 100
schools of the state have failed to
open this year because of the lack of
teachers."
j
PAT CROWE IS
RESCUE WORKER
There is only one way to head off
i mail order houses, and that is to ad-
U iciwnc mu iuwi, r1,vv"i i
V O! It . , , j .
the mail order nouses aoes.
The condemned
-hour day.
man does want an
Uiusuuia.. Lu yuu Ui
CROSS HOUSE
GIVES CHEER AT LEWIS
"luHrd CniHs, the war did not
"lb tlm nrnilHtlco. and evn yot
" thirty thiiimand soldiera and
'"till under treatment in army
y hoHjiitui,,. The Red C'rowi
I'nl hoime at Camp Lewli
'"KM to Inline itself In the f
"of hundreda of boys who. Hick
""'I'll, looked forward to the dav
ml Khl laavo the bare and
ward In th bans hosnltal
'nil Part of each day enjoying
"'ciialra, Kg music, its books,
and IU good choer. Even
'fear after thn nrtnlRtlc. there
"Unas men, patients at Camp
''lOt Vet well nnmiirli In hn din.
who sit before the great fire-
" thin.. ... ....
autumn days, thunkrul thnt
,;rleHt Mother is stll mindful
The picture la duplicated In
;SoPltals all over the land, and
tlirMl oil, wit U A wwt Ati.
"ra still In Unola Sara's aerv-
Am brood bow, I
f okl-See
J. B. Durbin,
FACING THE FACTS
Tim national debt of the United
Siiiu.K nt I he and oi the fiscal year
19II IUI2 was $l,04O,M0,000. or $10.40
for eiidi ii.Tson li v Ui In tbla country.
fUMrliiK ou the baiila of 100,000,000 pop
tih,li,!i, Tho national debt of the
i'nlicd StatcH on Juno 1, 'J), waa
. ..-. nri.i . In,lr malinH
that eu-rv poraon In tliolnftod Maies
focc.., a natlmial d.-bt that averagea
$2:il 10. U nindltlons that have be
c oine so radically t-hauiifld by this bo
pieuily iiu-rna.-icd dobt are to bwom
In any wise normal, they fan come in
J.iHt one way-the absorption of thta
bonded dobt by the havlnga of the peo-
,,lThu answer given to Honate Com
mittee by the governor, W. P. O. Hard
lug of the Federal Reserve Hoard, to
their query aa to what lcRlslation was
needed at this tlmo and to relieve th
nanclal situation, was: "The tedoral
Kesorvo Hoard believes that any our
r.ncy lejd-lation at this time is unnec
Msarr and undH(rablo and would sag-
rent that whetuor viowou
... ij,a,it tha rnm-
0111I0 or luianciai iuuiui""
19 H
tnr th. 1 nrsnent situation
anw, namely! 'Work and save'.
The people hav Ifot to spend lea.
needed is usually gotten, J. t JJ
tn run vines ones self that it is B""
s S tu buy the tiling cue U.
Invested money eain interest. It ia
easily Hpent. and it encourages
the aavdlri of. nuuv.
city is by boys of 15 to 24.
Where are the fathers and moth
ers? Yvbv do they not know what
these boys are doing?
No parent can bear the thought of
a son in the penitentiary. But the
boys are going there. At the pres
ent rate, the prison will soon be fill
ed w't'i hoys in their teens and just
beyond.
It was a heartbreaking scene when
the mother of a 19 year old criminal
just captured and exposed, met her
'son. It is a sort of a scene in which
other mothers are going to play a
similar heart-breaking part if things
go on as they are.
Where are these boys at night? If
away from home, do parents know
why they are absent or what they are
doing? If not, why do they not
know.
The night is for sleep, especially
for young boys and girls. They need
a regular and full amount of sleep
more than grown-ups require. If
they are to become orderly citizens,
thev should keep orderly nights. If 1
parents do not see that they are or
derly, there is likely to be trouble
ahead. It may be a life sentence in
the penitentiary at 22.
No mother expects her son to be a
criminal. Every mother thinks her
boy incorruptible. The mothers all
think it will be some other mothers
son that will fall.
t And the fathers are the same.That
is one great secret of why so many j
SENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO
EDWARD A. CUDAIIY, BOY HE
KIDNAPPED NINETEEN YEARS
AGO.
hovs go wrong.
I The appalling statistics of youth
land crime in Portland are in full
jview. They are shocking.lt is time
'for an awakening among Portland
1 parents.
I ttt
Pat Crowe, who kidnapped Edward
A. Cudahy, Jr., in 1900, and with
whose name the entire country be
came familiar after he secured $25,
O00 ransom money, sent a unique te
legram last week. It was addressed
to the boy he kidnapped nearly 20
years ago, now grown to manhood
and about to be married.
"I want to send my congratulations
wired Crowe. "It may interest you
to know that I have gone straight
since my acquittal in 1906, and am
now employed by the Salvation Army
Pat had to borrow the price of the
telegram from Colonel William A.
Mclntyre of the Salvation Army, but
it was loaned willingly and a job was
furnished besides, when Pat explain
ed the circumstances. The former
kindnapper was installed as night
watchman at the Salvation hut at
Union Square New York.
For years he has been devoting his.
! Muchrakers and glooms are out of eor3 to secure prison reforms, est
I date. !reciallv respecting' county prisoner!
-. j and first offenders. He has give:J
ofhT c'o'unTr? t o-SSS3 ! lectures in many parts oi : the count,!
but recently uenerai n. u. m.
a body blow and he was forctfij to see'l
tnthsr and for years it was sup
posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly falling
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
It Incurable. Catarrh is a local disease,
greatly Influenced by constitutional con
ditlons and therefore requires constitu
Zal treatment. Hall's Cat arrh MedU
cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co.. Toledo, Ohio. Is a constitutional
remedy, is taken internally and acts
thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System. One Hundred Dollars re
ward la offered for any case that Hall b
Catarrh Medicine fails to cure, bond for
circulars and testimonials. rtv,,
F J CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio,
gold by Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family PHla for constipation.
a job. The $25,000 ransom mone j
disappeared years ago, life a whil
of smoke.
-t t "
What has become of the old-fesh-ioned
housewife, says an exchange,
who could make those nice, light,
crisp waffles ? Ah, she's gone to the
picture show.
when
Bj5L3LS
Me'Yo7 a"particuTar kind.er was Wlled-BufNew
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