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E a s t e r n
EGG S D IR E C T TO C ON SUM ER
n esd ay n ig h t a t 7 :3 0 th ro u g h o u t th e
m onth.
A series o f th re e le c tu re s on Jl-
lu m io atio n is begun by P ro fe sso r L.
F. W o o ster on A pril 9.
W h a t does th e fu tu re hold fo r th e
O regon p e a r g ro w e rs?
P ro fe sso r
B row n w ill discuss th a t q u e stio n on
A p ril 12 a t 7 :5 0 p.m.
T he le c tu re co u rse on d a iry in g
is c o n tin u ed th is m o n th > E ach M on­
day
n ig h t a t
7:30
b eg in n in g
A p ril 12.
The series o f ta lk s on household
m anagem ent
is
concluded
on
A pril 14.
N atio n al A m a te u r A th le tic U nion
w re stlin g
cham pionships,
F rid a y ,
A pril 16, 8 :1 5 to 11:00 p.m.
A g ric u ltu ra l
le g islatio n
b e fo re
C ongress will be discussed by p ro ­
fesso r N. H. Cornish on A p ril 23
an d 30 a t 6 :0 0 p.m.
Consult
y« ur
p ro g ra m bulletin
for details.
T h e f a r e a st ' s as alive to co-op­
e ra tiv e d evelo p m en ts as th e W est
and m an y ex p erim en ts a re being
tr ie d o u t in theN ew E n g lan d sta te s.
T he M aine P o u ltry P ro d u c e rs As-
, so ciatio n has s ta rte d re ta il sales
ro u te s o u t o f P o rtla n d , L ynn and
P o rtsm o u th , N. H., selling asso cia­
tion eggs d ire c t to co n su m ers in
c a rto n s.
The m a n a g e r s ta te s th e
u n d e rta k in g is w o rk in g o u t success­
fu lly and th a t o th e r re ta il ro u te s
a re b ein g c o n te m p la te d > T his plan
e n tire ly elim in ates th e com m ission
m en an d th e re ta ile rs, a n d by divid­
ing th e saving o f th ese m iddle p ro ­
fits an d expenses b etw een th e a s­
so ciation and th e co n su m er it is e x ­
pected th e re will be g re a te r con-
sum ption^ because o f low er prices
to consum ers, while th e association
will a t th e sam e tim e g e t h ig h e r
prices.
TH E ONE
BIG
ALFRED
P R O B L EM
E. CLA RK
A. E. C lark o f P o rtla n d is a can ­
T he condition o f a g ric u ltu re to ­
day is th e one o u ts ta n d in g questio n d id ate fo r th e R epublican n o m in a­
o f th e n atio n , th in k s C. E. Spence, tion f o r U n ited S ta te 8 S e n a to r.
V O TE FO R H IM , B ecause he is
S ta te s M ark et A g en t, a n d he s a y s ;
it is now rece iv in g th e serio u s a t - ! b rillia n t in in te lle c t, c o m p e te n t to
te n tio n
o f th e
bu sin ess w orld, h an d le th e p ro b lem s c o n fro n tin g the
H eads o f big in d u strie s realiz e th a t n atio n , an d p ro g ressiv e in his view s
th e p re s e n t in d u s tria l p ro sp e rity i w ith o u t b ein g ta in te d in radicalism .
c a n n o t long co n tin u e w hen m ore
No m an in O regon is so c o n v er­
th a n fo r ty m illion people en g ag ed s a n t w ith, o r know s so well th e p a r­
in fa rm w ork can only p u rc h a se a b ­ tic u la r n eed s a n d problem s o f o u r
so lu te necessities. B an k ers th ro u g h ­ p rg ressiv e com m onw ealth.
o u t th e n a tio n a re u n e a sy o v er th e
I f e le c te d his aim w ill be to serve
s itu a tio n and ra ilro a d s a re o u tsp o ­ th e p u b ic good, and co nserve the
ken th a t so m eth in g m u st be done s t a te ’s n a tu ra l re so u rces fo r all th e
to b rin g fa rm in g up to a level w ith people.
o th e r in d u stries.
No special in te re st, no clique, no
A t a re c e n t lunch eo n o f th e S n o -1 o rg a n iz a tio n w ill be able to m ake
hom ish Ad club o f Snohom ish, W ash. him rid e its horse, o r ju m p th ro u g h
F re d e ric k Benz, a g ric u ltu ra l a g e n t | th e hoop a t th e cra c k o f its rin g ­
o f th e N o rth e rn ^ fa c ific ra ilro a d told m a s te r’s whip.
He h as se rv e d th e p ublic as
his a u d ien c e: “ U nless th e people
w ake up and help th e A m erican f a r ­ c h a irm a n o f th e com m ission th a t
m er, o u r civilization will go down as fra m e d th e c h a rte r o f th e C ity of
h as Iom e, B abylon, G reece, and P o rtla n d in 1911.
As a m em b er o f th e com m ission
o th e r n a tio n s of th e p a s t.’’
to revise th e ju d ic ia l sy stem o f this
M r, B enz sta te d th a t since 1920
s ta te ; as a m em b er o f th e com m is­
fa rm
v alu atio n s
h av e dw indled
sion a p p o in te d to stu d y r u r a l c re d its
fro m an av erag e o f $100 an acre to
in th is c o u n try an d in E u ro p e.
$15— a sh rin k a g e o f 85 p e rc e n t—
In 1917, a lth o u g h well beyond th e
an d he said e ith e r th e A m erican peo­
“ d r a f t a g e ’’ he offered his services
ple m u st solve th e fa rm problem , or
to his c o u n try a n d serv ed tw o y ears
it w ould de-solve th e c o u n try ; th a t
risin g th ro u g h m e rit to high ra n k .
we have b u ilt up an em p ire o f in ­
U pon his re tire m e n t fro m th e a rm y
d u stria l in d u strie s w hich gives an
he se rv ed th is g o v e rn m e n t in th e
in n e r circle w h a t it w an ts b u t d e­
c a p acity o f a d ju s te r o f claim s be­
nies p ro tectio n to o n e th ird o f th e
tw een th e U n ite d S ta te s on th e one
p o p u la tio n ; which- fo rces th e fa rm e r
h an d a n d C an a d a a n d G re a t B rita in
to sell his p rod u ce a t less th a n th e
on th e o th e r.
T hese claim s arose
w holesale price and com pels him to
o u t o f th e can c e lla tio n o f c o n tra c ts
p ay th e h ig h est re ta il p rice fo r ev­
f o r w ar m a te ria ls, a n d th e conse­
e ry th in g he has to p u rc h a s e ; th a t
q u e n t d am ag e to th is g o v ern m en t,
th o se who la b o r on th e fa rm tw elve
as well as p riv a te concerns. These
h o u rs in th e d ay ; th re e h u n d re d and
claim s ra n well in to th e m illions and
six ty days in th e y ea r, receiv e only
w e re am icab ly a d ju s te d th ro u g h th e
00 cen ts apiece, p e r y ear, a f te r th e ir
w ise le a d e rsh ip o f Mr. C lark.
keep
T he people o f th e s ta te o f O re ­
KOAC H IG H L IG H T S FOR A P R IL gon in th e ir w isdom e n a c te d th e P ri­
m a ry E lectio n law , to do aw ay w ith
P ro fe sso r L ivingstone c o n tin u es “ B ossism t ” a n d th e old “ P acked-
h ig series on geology w ith one lec­ C aucus sy ste m .” This as ev ery b o d y
tu r e each F rid a y n ig h t a t 7 :45.
know s, p re v e n te d th e b a n k e rs th e
A fte rn o o n
p ro g ram s
fo r th e public u tility co rp o ra tio n s, an d the
hom em ak er each W ed n esd ay an d e d ito rs o f th e M etro p o lita n dailies
T h u rsd a y a fte rn o o n fro m 2:0 0 to fro m hold in g a p riv a te co n fe re n c e
2:30.
in th e d ire c to r’s room o f a n a tio n a l
The second series o f ta lk s on child bank, to pick o u t c a n d id a te s fo r o f­
tr a in in g by Mrs. S a ra P re n tiss is j fice w ho w ould do th e ir bidding.
b eg u n on A pril 7 an d co n tin u e s a t .
(co n tin u e d on page 6, col. 5)
th e ra te o f one le c tu re each Wed-1
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ESTACADA
ART. SMITH, Propr.
T h u r s d a y ,
a p r ir
i
/ A G E F IV E
B OU RBO NS
T a k i n g th e P ro fit
O u t of W a r
PLAN
FEA ST
Salem , O r., M arch 23.— '(S p ecial)
— T he D em ocratic clu tr o f O regon
will hold its a n n u al Je fferso n d ay
b an q u et in I’o itla n d T uesday n ig h t
A pril 13th, acco rd in g to an n o u n ce-
m ent m ade h ere to d ay by C arl C.
D onaugh, p re sid e n t o f th e org an iz-
atio n . The b a n q u e t will be in th e
n a tu re o f a p relim in ary p rim ary
r: 'ly. and w.U he aft'ind'-d by pio m -
m erit dem ocrats ,'ro.u
I eetion l o f
th e sta te .
Dr. N orm an K. T ally , p a sto r of
th e F irst P re sb y te ria n ch u rch of
Sal.-in, will
... th. p rin cip al nd-
d r ts s on th e life
T hom as Jeffer-
son
P olitical su b je c ts v, II h, cov.
cred by o th e r sp eak ers.__Or. g., dan.
By BERNARD M. BARUCH
Reprinted from The Atlantic Monthly.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
! 8 E I Ï BROTHERS !
1The February leave of the Atlantic for 1025 carried a paper by Mr Sisley
Huddleston denting with the general subject of "taking the profit out of war,"
which .Vr. Huddleston called "An American Plan for Peace." The first-quoted w. A. Heylman
Wm. W. Smith
BATHS
phrase was put into the language by the U’ar. Industries Board toward the
A T T O R N E Y S A T LAW
close of the World War through its efforts to eliminate all war profits. Mr.
*|« La die
dies' and C h ild ren 's Hair* •{•
Huddleston's article came to the attention of Mr. Bernard M Baruch, chair­
*t*
C u ttin g a S pecialty.
'j*
j’
man of the War Industries Board and administrator of the non-profit plan, ■ W e will ta k e c a re o f a n y legal •5* Shop on B roadw ay, E staca d a. i
business you m ay have
and (as he w ri'es us), since it seemed to indicate a growing interest in the
idea, induced him to invoke practical means to bring about a full compre­
Insurance, Loans and C ollections.
hension of taking the profit out of war in the various great countries of the
world. To this end he responded to a suggestion of ifr. Owen D. Young, of
the Page School of International Relations at Johns Hopkins University, that
he establish a course of lectures there to expound the War Industries Board
DR. W . W . R H O D E S
plan in detail. Later he will proceed to make similar arrangements at leading
universities in Great Britain, France Germany. Italy, and Japan. Agreeing
O steo p ath ic
with Mr. Baruch that the subject calls for public knowledge and discussion,
P H Y S IC IA N AND S U R G E O N
it was natural for the Atlantic to turn to him for the following paper.—T ub
BARBERS
E ditors o r T « i A tlantic M o nthly .]
1
w nn tne siogan th at ships would win
the war. and of the Food A dm inistra­
tion, with the slogan that food would
win th e war. F u rth er, there was the
Railroad A dm inistration with its need
for m aterial and labor, and finally
there was the feverish quest for labor
and supplies on the p a rt of the m uni­
tion m akers—all com peting for labor,
money, m aterials, transportation, fuel,
power, and each insisting on the
g reater Im portance of its activity All
this while the labor supply was being
lessened by the flow of men into the
Army.
While an endeavor was being made
to bring order out of chaos, the g reat
undertaking had to go on. Men, ships,
m unitions, food, m aterial, had to be
provided Old organizations, bureaus
and traditions had to be met and
changed, but not destroyed until the |
new was set up. The w onder of It all
is. not th a t there were so many m is­
takes, but th at so much was accom­
plished.
At the tim e we entered the war
prices were at th eir peak, and tending
higher because of the w ar’s Insatiable
dem ands The problem was not alone
to secure the m aterials and labor and
to stop the confusion, but to do it In
such a way th at the morale of the peo­
ple would be m aintained. The prices
of some things, like steel and copper,
were fixed far below prevailing rates,
and the wages of labor in those indus­
tries were standardized. The more
highly organized an Industry, the
eaifier it was to arrange. O rder did
not commence to appear until the
Army tunneled its needs through one
man sifting with a section of the W ar
Industries Board and until the N ary.
Shipping Board, Allies and Railroad
A dm inistration did likewise Each de­
partm en t satisfied lit* requirem ents
through a central au thoritative body
This was called the W ar Industries
Board, controlling and directing all
m aterials and co-ordinating through
Its chairm an the whole system of gov­
ernm ental and civilian supply and de­
mand. It was created by executive
order in March of the year 1918.
Briefly, this board endeavored to
mobilize the industries of Amet^ra so
th a t the fighting forces of the Allied
and associated nations could draw
from the United S tates—the last res­
ervoir of men, m aterials and money—
the things needed for the winning of
the w ar at the 'tim e the things were
needed and with the least dislocation
of industry and the least disturbance
of the civilian population
Office in L ich th o rn B ldg., E sta c a d a
PIPE and FITTINGS
Get our prices before you buy
War was once described as Prus­
DR.
G.
F.
M
ID
FO
R
D
Dryer
Pipes Made to Order
sia's most profitable Industry.
Physician an d Surgeon
It needs only a scant exam ination of
For Sheet Iron work,
h isto ry to learn th a t other countries
repairs, soldering and
X x-R ay E q u ip m en t
G lasses F itte d
wer* open to the same Indictm ent.
plumbing, call at the
Office an d R esidence Second and
The methods of the Robber Barons
M ain S tre e ts, E sta c a d a , O regon.
did not pass with the end of feudal­
T elephone C onnections
ism. A nnexation by conquest did not
M AIN ST R E E T .
cease. But when America entered the
DR. CH AS. P. JO H N S O N
W orld W ar Presldon' Wilson fathered
a doctrine th a t shall alw ays govern
D entist
us— th a t never a foot of te rrito ry
E v en in g W ork by A p p o in tm en t
would be added to our boundaries by
P h o n es: Office 315, R esidence 5051
force.
E sta c a d a , O regon
So, as A m erica has tak en the lead
tow ard making im possible national
profit through war, it too may be
O. D. EBY
A m erica’s privilege to point the way
tow ard m aking im possible Individual
A tto rn ey a t Law
profit through w ar To take the profit
Broadw ay G arage
G
en
eral
P ra c tic e . C onfidential A d­
ou t of war Is to take a long step to-
viser. O regon C ity, O regon
w ard creating an economic d etesta­
HENRY BOHN, Estacada
tion of war. The experience of the
U nited S tates in the W orld W ar af­
S. E. W O O S T E R
fords a basis for the belief th a t the
plan herein discussed is practical. In
R
eal
E state, Loans, in s u r­
fact, it is more than a belief—it is a
ance, R entals
certain ty , although not widely known
The world is such a busy place, and
F a rm L oans a S pecialty.
the radius elf hum an activity has been
T elephone E sta c a d a , O regon
so greatly enlarged hecause of modern
G resham 2471
inventions, th a t it is not stran g e that
C. D., D. C. and E. C. L A T O U R E T T E
ED L IN N , A T L IN N 'S INN,
th e re are but few people who are con-
AGENT
A TT O R N E Y S
v e-san t with what was quietly but
L
atacada,
O
re.
P hone 543
effectively taking place In th is conn
P ra c tic e in all C ourts.
try in the m obilization and use of Its
J . E. G A T E S
F ir s t N atio n al B ank, O regon C ity,
m aterial resources In the W orld W ar
O regon.
—a process th a t would have ev entual­
ly elim inated all im proper profits
S tren g th is given to the public ad
▼oracy of in d u strial m obllzation mad»
by both P resident H arding and P resi­
d e n ts Coolidge— Mr Coolldge as re­
cently as last O ctober in his O maha
“ T he shop w here the b a rb e r know s his stu ff."
speech to the American Legion—by
th e fact th a t the plan they advocated
as a p a rt of th e re g u la r national war
agencies had once been set up and
E S T A C A D A S LEA D IN G T O N SO R IA L A R T IS T
successfully operated under the W ar
I
.
In d u stries Board
H air C ut 35c; C h ild ren 's H a ir C u ttin g Z5c; Shave 15c
Preceding the P resid en t's reeer.t
clear exposition of this subject, some
degree of public In te re st had been en­
gendered by an exchange of le tte rs be­
B obbing an d S hingling a Specialty
tw een Owen D. Young (of Dawes plan
fam e), in behalf of the W alter Hines
BATHS
BATHS
B A TH S
B A TH S
Page School of In tern atio n al R ela­
B
roadw
ay,
n
e
ar
L
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Inn,
E
sacada,
O
regon
tions, and the. w riter. The corre­
spondence resulted In the estab lish ­
m ent of lectu res at the Page School
(of Johns H opkins U niversity) on this
them e. P reviously th e Atlantic Month­
ly p rinted an article by Sisley H uddle­
ston. who pointed out th at E urope saw
g reat strid es tow ard peace ip the
(co n tin u ed in n e x t w eek ’s issue)
A m erican idea of “taking th e profit
out of w ar” in a sy stem atic way His
basic reference w a s'to the plan of the P IE R C E
ASKS
E L E C T IO N
ON
W ar Industries Board
TAX
SLOGAN
The resources of a country m irh t
be referred to as the five M's: ( l i ­
Salem , M arch
27t— “ C o n tin u ed
man pow er: f2) money: f3) m ain­
tenance or food' f4) m aterial re­ e ffo rt to red u ce an d e q u ita b ly dis­
sources (including raw m aterials, tr ib u te th e ta x b u rd e n .’’
m anufacturing facilities, tra n sp o rta­
Such is th e slogan w hich G over­
tion. fuel and p o w e r!: and (5) morale
The intelligence with which the first n o r P ierce has selected fo r p u b lica­
four are directed and co-ordinated as tio n a f te r his nam e on th e prim ay
a whole will determ ine the fifth, the ballot.
m orale of the comm unity
In fo rm ally filin g his notice o f
In the war em ergency It early be- can d id acy w ith th e s e c re ta ry of
eam e evident to those who wer»
Boy’s Shoes, all le a th e r u p p er and coir.no-
Charged with the resnonslbility of -ta te today, G overnor P ierce m ade
m obiliz'ng the resources th a t there 11 d e c la ra tio n s of principle, the
sition soles, S p o rt hiodei*, a .
j>l.S8
was a Just sentim ent amoug the peo­ ch ief of w hich is advocacy of a sta te
ple against profiteering Profiteering incom e ta x and a m ore e q u itab le dis­
37c
Bulk Coffee, P e a b erry blend, p er lb.,
m ight be wli’ful and profit making trib u tio n o f the s ta te 's ta x bu rd en .
m ight be Involuntary: but. w hatever He concludes w ith a d e c la ra tio n fo r
Its form, th ere was a Just determ ina­
tion It ehotild cease. So It became “ a d e q u a te tra n s p o rta tio n fa c ilitie s”
n ecessary to fix prices where the sup­ fo r C e n tra l and S o u th e rn Oregon^
in w hich he s ta te s :
ply was limited.
W herever the governm ent created a
W E H A V E E A S iE R N C O R N FLED
“ L e t th e N o rth e rn L ines In .”
Shortage by It* dem ands prices wer*
T he P ierce d e c la ra tio n o f fa ith
fixed, not only for the Army. Navy and
H A M S FO R E A S IE R S U N D A Y
folli-w«:
the Allies, but for the civilian populs
flon aa well. And in addition to price
“ R elieve p ro p e rty o f s ta te ta x e s by
fixing on war essen tials i«uch as »teel, ra isin g rev en u es fro m incom e ta x
wool, copper, and so fo rth ), the bal­
ance, a fte r the w ar program had been an d in d ire c t sources.
“ R evise assessm en t law s to eq u al­
filled, wa* rationed or distributed ac
W e now carry D. M. C. in stock, a larg e variety
cording to the priority need* of the ize ta x burden.
virio n * civilian dem ands
In other
“ Keep- O regon the d rie st s ta te in
o í shades
words, w here the price of the product
of an Indnutrv wa* filed th a t'fn d u»try I th e U nion.
had to deliver the part which the gov | “ M ake o u r penal in s titu tio n s self-
e m m en t did not need to the civilian su stain in g .
population, not In the way the Indus­
"C o m p lete highw ay system and pay
try choaa. but aa the government di­ ro ad bonds a t m a tu rity .
A nd on S atu rd ay we give you D ouble D iscount
rected
“ R e a d ju st autom obile licenses, a l­
It m ust be rem em bered th at when
Stam ps on ail articles in our store
the w ar came th e re was no adequate low ing re d u c tio n , fo r used cars.
“ M ain tain p re s e n t efficiency o f o u r
preparation Indeed. It I* doubted by
the beat authorltie* w hether any ef public schools.
fectlv# form of preparation then
“ E ffect se ttle m e n t o f
irrig a tio n
known would have been of much avail problem s w ith o u t fo rc in g g e n e ra l tax
In view of the widespread and eagulf-
p a y er to assum e irrig a tio n d is tric t
tng reaulta of the war and the lack of
knowledge of the various Instrum ent* , bonds^
*f deetruetlon which were being de­ “ G ive th e people a u th o r ity to d e ­
vised and which It became necessary velop O reg o n 's n a tu ra l reso u rces.
In com h a t
“ A dopt sta te re fo re s ta tio n policy.
Our own Array had several division*
“ G ive C en tral and S o u th ern O re­
WHERE YOUR DOLLAR HAS MORE CEXTS
eem petlac one with another for mate­ gon a d e q u a te tr a n s p o rta tio n facil­
ria '* tran sp o rtatio n , housing and so
ities. L e t th e N o rth e rn lin es in.—
forth. On top of th a t there prevailed
the demand« of the Shipping Board. Journal.
AM E S S H O P
TIRE AND T U I E
REPAIRING
GATES’ FUNERAL HOME
The “Square Deal" Barber Shop
EARL LA FORGE, Proprietor
All other work at popular prices
MOTTO: “LIVE AND LET LIVE”
SATURDAY
SPECIALS
A. S A GN ER , P ro p r ie to r ,
E lectrical Good* o f All Kind*— Paint*, Varni*k and E nam -
’ E le c tric V acu u m S w eeper
el*.— T w e cell Flashlight* 60c.
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THE PEOPLE’S STORE