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KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
OA'AMTY AX1 SKRV1CK
GAP OF MS
FRIDAY, JUNE 27,
4 Tonight and Saturday, fair;
cooler east; winds generally
consternations of the sodlac" and
then the car stopped and the lady
got off to vote against those horrid
A tXVETEl) POSITION
To i-llnch his argument for the
league of nations, President Wilson
will make a speaking tour of the
United States. Not only will the
president make a campaign pleading
for support ot the league, but the
league to enforce peace organization
is to make a systematic tour of the
country and intend to speak at every
fair and on every Chautauqua circuit
In the country. Robert D. Leigh, of
Reed college at Portland, has been
appointed director of the Oregon
The people are, 'because of the
late war, in just the right frame of
mind to take kindly to the league,
whether it la the proper course for
the United States to pursue or not.
Probably they go on the theory that
we can accept and reVent at our lei
sure. If any certain religious de
nomination is going to predominate
in the league as is charged that the
Catholics are doing we are stepping
on dangerous ground if we swallow
the league,' Wilsonism and untried
By intertwining the peace terms
with the league, the president has
taken the boldest step ever taken by
any president. He will hand the
package to congress and if that body
rejects it, he will place all the blame
on them for the confusion that is
sure to follow. If they accept it,
"SVoodrow Wilson will in all probab
ility become president of the league,
which position he would undoubtedly
prize more than being president of
the United States.
Soap box orators get busy! Henry
M. Phillips of Philadelphia" offers
$2,000 for the test essay onthe fol
lowing subject: "The control of for
eign relatione of the United States;
J the relative rights, duties and re
sponsibilities of the president, of the
senate and the house, and of the Ju
diciary In theory and practice." Now
watch some "Red" or I. W. W. graft
The Clendale News has dealt
"busher poets" a hard blow
"Busher Poets" are those who use
a' rule or yard stick to measure their
literary gems. The News will here
after charge all such contributors
five cents per line and advises them
to consult the family doctor before
breaking forth Into print a la Bobble
WAR TIME DAY UW
( Continued from page 1)
permit saloons to resume operations
until January 15, when constitution
al prohibition will become effective.
Members ot the judiciary commit
tee said It was inconceivable that de
mobilization would be delayed be
yond the middle of January. While
they did not look for action by the
president this week or next, the gen
eral view was that with the signing
of the treaty by Germany and the
government assurance of speedy de
mobilization, issuance of the presi
dent's proclamation might not ho
held up longer than Labor day at
Menominee, 'Mich., June 27.
one armed man oiwratlng the newly
Invented 'Lloyd loom so impressed
the Hon. G. M. 8. 'McNllgo, mem
ber of the Australian legllsalurc.
during a trip through the Lloyd
Manufacturing company's plant here
that arrangements were completed
by cable whereby the Australian gov
ernment pays 1250,000' for Tights
to use the machine as well as Lloyd's
new method ot production. They
will only be used In giving employ
ment to returned and crippled sol
diers and sailors.
The Lloyd loom Is the first me
chanical devise ever made which will
weave reed or fiber for baby car
riages, furniture or baskets. From
the very earliest time even when
Moses waa found In the bullrushes,
tucked into a haml-mnde reed bos
ket these articles have been woven
by hand. Marshal I). Lloyd, one of
the best known lAmerican machine
Inventors, struggled many years over
the task while scores of others tail
ed. Success has finally come In a
machine which will weave these fa
brics thirty times faster than the
most skilled hand-worker can and
with much greater perfection. The
gap ot ages has bevu spanned In an
Industrial manner and reed and fiber
manufacturers look tor a complete
revolution In their Industry as re
sult of the Lloyd loom.
Factories can't make 'em fast enough
KKK Ol'U VIXIHV
OPPONENTS OF PEACE LEAGUE
NOV-IWUTISAX l.i:A(il K 1.4
MIKING IX XOHTH DAKOTA
(Continued from page 1)
The Ukrainians have broken their
armistice with the Poles and resum
ed the fighting. The Germans have,
by different acts, broken the armis
tice with the allies, but Instead of
showing the Huns where to "head
In," the allies merely give the sauer
kraut and pretzel bunch "more time
to make up their minds to sign."
sues of the league question appear
on the surface ot senate proceedings.
Senator Phelan, democrat, of Cali
fornia, making an address in reply
to assertions that the league would
handicap Irish independence.
The forestry department is advis
ing that every tourist who sees a
fire in the woods stop at the first
telephone and turn in the alarm.
The strikes are spreading and Ore
gon may yet experience a' dearth of
tWI.MlTTKK TAKES ACTION'
Grand Forks. X. 1)., June 27.
Karly returns from .Ramsey county
Indicate a two to one vote axaliiHl
the referendum measures. Nelson
county is close, thu vote standing
now 282 yes and 229 no on senate
bill IS 7.
Washington, June 27. The house
judiciary committee today voted to
report out all prohibition enforce
ment legislation in one general bill,
with war-time enforcement set down
as part one.
De Valera says he was sent to this
country by the Irish to cultivate the
closest possible "political and com
mercial relations" with the people of
America. That's fine, If he will only
leave out the "political" part of it.,
Americans have a big place In their
tearts for the Irish, but Irish lead
ers have no business trying to break
friendly relations between Uncle
Bam and John Bull. Ireland should
keep her politicians at home; they
re doing all In their power to stir
p trouble between the two coun
tries. We don't need them.
Bologna, June 27. The trial of
Alfred Cocchl, charged with the mur
der of Ruth Ctugar, In New York In
1917, has been interrupted to enable
the court to examine the American
court records with reference to testi
mony given in the Coochi case re
garding Cocchl's wife.
There was a' spirited exchange be
tween Slgnor Bagnoll, president of
the court and Cocchl yesterday.
Oocchl told ot having sawed the
body of Miss Cruger so that he might
hide It. Then he broke down, cry
ing in a broken voice:
"I took the body and tried to con
ceal It In the cellar, but the door was
not large enough and I sawed the
j body In two. The girl was dead
I when this was done."
Then followed a discussion be-
Payroll money puts life Into
any community. The more
payroll money put in circula
tion in Oregon, the faster we
grow and the stronger we be
come. Help by your jratronage to
build up Oregon Industries
whose products, sold in the
markets of the world, mean
BIGGER PAYROIjUS for Ore
. Fargo. X. D., June 27.- Klrnt re
turns on the referndum election
held In North Dakota' on seven meas
ures of the non-partisan lengue,
passed by the last legislature, show
that the vote so far received was al
most 2 to 1 against the measurea.
The vote is from towns and vil
lages, nothing being heard from the
rural districts, where the league
counts on scoring heavily.
:M,MM,(KM FOR U. 8. AVIATION'
Washington, June 27. 'Without
debate the senate approved the com
mittee amendment to the naval ap
propriation bill Increasing the fund
for aviation from the $15,000,000
voted by the house to $3.",nu0,000.
As revised upward by the senate
committee, the bill carries about
$782.0iM).OO0 as compared with
$485,000,000 provided by the house.
Among the important committee ad
ditions are $10,000,000 for federal
acquisition of the Cape Cod canal.
Says the Aurora Observer: "What
do you think?" said the Salem ladytween signor Bagnoli and Cocchl as
In the seat ahead of us In an Oregon ' to whether the girl was dead before
her body was dismembered. The
whole courtroom was aghast at the
prisoners narration, but Cocchl rap
Idly proceeded -with his story, being
apparently very nervous.
electric car the other day, to an
other lady In a nearby seat. "Father
went up in one of j.hem awe-respiring
areaplanes. Mr. dear, I was
nearly historical with fright when
I saw him disappear amongst the
Horse Shoeing and General
Wood repairing on all kinds of
!:;ivu one of the best of horse
"lnvrs that the country af.
315 South 6 th St.
Dispatches received Tuesday from
Bologna stated Alfred Cocchl had
appeared before the court and Jury
and had declared that his wlfl was
j guilty of the murder of Ruth Crugar,
a Nw ork girl, who was slain In
Cocchl's bicycle repair shop In New
York City In 1917. A New York
grand Jury exonerated Mrs. Cocchl.
There Is nothing worse than bad.
foul smelling breath; get rid of It
for your friend's sake anyway. Hol
Uster's Rocky Mountain Tea will
clean and purify your stomach and
bowels; your breath will be sweet
your disposition Improved, your
friends increased. 35c. Tea or Tab
lets. Sabln's Drug Store. Adv.
When You Buy
your meat you might as
well be sure of getting the
best tender Juicy meat at
the right price the kind
that has made our reputa
tion. Try this market once.
One trial will make
you it regular customer
KKI'I IlLM'AN'S IN CON'FKIlKN't'K
Washington, June 27. Chairman
Hays of the republican natlona
committee, conferred today with Re
publican leader llne, Senato
Knox, republican of Pennsylvania
and other senators. None of then
would discuss the conference, be
'Mr. Hays later reiterated" that tt
league of nations must not be co
sldered a party Issue and that tl
country should not get the Impre
slon that the republican party w
WOOL IMtK'K 1.4 HTIIJ, II-
Condon, Ore., June 27. Ma
buyers were present at the wool a
! yesterday. A total Of 300,000 1
were sold at prices ranging from
i to 55 cents.
BARNES, The Jeweler
8. P. Time Inspector Next door First National Hank
Fabric and Cords
C. L. HOBART CO.
From the htanilHjni of economy, lh dry ilcmi
Inic plant Is rirnllnl.
We have one of Hit licM caliM-l dry cleaning
plantM In Southern Oregon. v
Tim badly hoIIinI itnmientH Uuit you think sre not
worth cleaning are the, one e can put In a clean ami
ramble condition, thu mtvlng you money, mm the new
clothe have advance! fclightly In price.
The Wardrobe Cleaners
AMOS F. WILLIAMS, l'r,.,rleior
.11.1. Virth KUth Street
Phone, 1 17
J T requires a lot of maneuvering
for us to come across correct
It find promptly with as muny or
ders aa we do each day.
But our men aro expert at that
rnrt of thing.
Tbey aro paid to fill orders right
itnd to deliver on schedule time.
If they didn't we'd get others who
Good delivery is as important
ft good mi'Ht.
N'OTICK OF llO.NI KKIMiMl'TlOX
Ufe Temple Market
j Notice is hereby given to owners
and holders of municipal city Im
I provement bonds thai at the seml
! annual Interest payment period on
the 1st day of July, 1919, the city of
: Grants Pass, Josephine county, Ore
; gon, will redeem the following out
standing city Improvement bonds,
viz: Bonds numbered 19, 20 and 21
i of North Sixth street Improvement,
said bonds were issued and dated
the 1st day of July, 1911, .
I Said bonds will he redeemed at
the office of the city treasurer of the
! city of Grants Pass, Josephine conn-1
,ty, Oregon, on the 1st day of July,
1 1919, which Is the time fixed for
.such redemption, and the time at;
j which Interest shall be takon up and I
; cancelled by virtue- of the laws and
acts providing for Issuing of such !
Dated at Grants Pass, Oregon, this
25th day of June, 1919. ' i
G. P. JESTER, i
04 City Treasurer.
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