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FRIDAY, Aid ST 22, 1010.
OREGON WEATHKB 4 1
Fair, eentle northwesterly
winds. ' i '
THE FIVE DAY WEKK
Officers of the United Mine Work
era of America say that at the na-
Uonal convention of that body, to
be held eariy In September, there to
Coing to be a deman) made for a
10-hour week .tie working time to
be divided into five days of bIx hours
ach. Along with this short day
and short week . combination there
is to be a demand for a wage in
crease of 40 to 60 per cent over the
Along -with this remarkable pro
posal mnst be placed the demand of
12.000 union painters and decora
tors in New York City -who. though
not demanding such short hours as
.the miners, have actually gone on
trike to obtain a five day week
thus precipitating the five-day move
ment in the United States.
These demands are naturally re-
A complete line of
. Guaranteed Goods,
Kinney & Truax
Quality and Service
is an innovation which, however
much It may upset the votaries of
precedent and tradition, makes a hit
with the American oublic.
It is plain common 'sense, of
course, for the president and the
senate, the latter functioning
through this committee, to get to
gether and talk over the peace trea
ty frankly and fully. If "there is to
be any agreement about the treaty
and any ratification of it within a
reasonable time, it will be accom
plished by such methods. Th'e sen
ators have a chance to ask questions
an have them answered by the one
man who knows most about the trea-
, , - , , i j. w m most responsible for it
Carded with keen Interest by the ma-L.fc. . .
- . , ' jiraiuuoi nas a cnance to pre-
Jority of Americans, who would re- ., v
Jotee Just as much as the miners and " --"" u.e.c.ni in
" "niu uitti nj in aispute.
SOME GOOD SWIMMING
Vancouver. II. C, Aug. 22. Thlrs
ty traveller coming here from the
dry United States find .themselves
able to push open a swinging door.
walk into a regular saloon, put their
foot on Hie rail and order beer.
which, although ot the two and three
quarter per cent variety, still, ac-
ording to some, tusttm much like it
did down In ' the states" before
July 1. '
And, often to the surprise of the
stranger customers, the bartender or
barmaid serves the beer for the old
prlre of five cents a glass, without
"Hard" liquors, under the llrltluli
Columbia prohibition act. are hand
led in the liirtter cities at govern
ment 'liquor dispensaries" where
they are sold on doctor's nnwin.
Don't let your r.fclMntn ?
they are fretful, peevish, puny or
croet, give them Holllster's Rocky
Mountain Tea a hirmiM. .,.,
laxative for children. 35c. Savin's
The only real indestructable Pearl
$7.00 to $25.00
S. P. Tim Inspector
BARNES, The Jeweler
Next door tint National llaak
Fabric and Cords
C. L. HOBART CO.
painters in the prospect of a six-
Best of all, the public is let Into
Somebody pomplafnts because the
lloar d&v or s. fiv-rtav wui, i..., I
. . 6iue. i no most unprecedented
do not see any Immediate possibility Lh.M , V eoeniea
' phase of this conference is the full
I DUblicltV nmvMtwl tnr TT.,-
Where , the. farmer who puts in llon every answer, ery explanation
' VT WWK; nDTe " and comment, goes over the wires to
or aocior. or the whole nation.
.7777 Z ' atta'n ThU fa enulne "W" O'Plomacv."
: that durable goal of ease Where and wfth eucn dlplomacy tnere
. - w. woo nopes to get e Intelligent progress made with the
uT r ia 30 houra 8 week? 8ettiet of
w Hflra lo sucn ease nations covenant
. as inis, ana work constnictively for
. i..cuoii ui conauions making it ti,. v j .
iihi n ... The head of tne na"onal grange
far ., tne farmer jg be,
lor all classes. But it is ne.A.L
n, . .. ' ln consumer certainly Is. It must
w tt uu roaiizf? inp art na l t
tueht of ,. r a ot f ,"ay,ng Dth ends
Plight of the nation and the world aeain.t h v . .
Z : , V T 5 1Bn'I'""-nan against both ends
lur ucn extravagant ven
tures. There has been, it is claimed.
$200,000,000,000 worth of wealth,
side from foodstuffs and clothing,
destroyed !by the war. The need of
the time is the production of more
wealth to make up that loss. Until
morals produced, more cannot be
"". io work rewer days
.. ' and fewer hours is to limit produc
tion, retard the replacement of the
lost wealth, keep up prices and make
everybody poor indefinitely.
It is right that every occupation
hould be enabled to make a proper
ilving and have Its ehare of the pro
ducts of Industry. But the Amerl
f can people will never get anywhere,
under present economic conditions. If
hey work productively but six hours
out of .24, or only five days out of
even. Any man or craft that seeks
to obtain full compensation Tor such
part-time effort in advance of the
m tlm ""nPn it -will be possible gener
ally, is demanding more than he has
any right to, and trying to obtain
- his extra leisure at the expense of
the rest of society.
San Francisco. Aug. 22. iMiss
Fanny Durack, ot Australia, who is
soon to swim here, has held all wom
en's swimming records from uO
yards to the mile. Her record for
the 50 yards has been tied by Olga
Dorfner at 29 seconds. be has a
record of 49.8 seconds, a' half sec
ond better than the best American
record, for -75 yards. Her other re
cords are: 100 yards, 1:08: 220
yards, 2:5-7; quarter mile, 6:1?; half
mile. 12:52; nule, 26:08. ,
The record for th'e 100 yard breast
stroke, 1:28, Is held by Miss Wyle.
She is a former holder of the re
cords for the 50, 100, 220 and 440
yards, -free style, and how flnlxhes
only a whisper behind Miss Durack.
retail meat business isn't "on a
eatlflc basis." It may be Just
well. The packing business is on
scientific basis, and see what
packers do to the rest of us.
roreign residents are still buying
thrift stamps. A good many natives
are selling those they collected last
year and year before, and buying
gasoline with the proceeds.
,uw oomeoody is talking about
the possibility of 25-cent milk. The
lables will have something to say
Congress is said to be opined to
the nationalizing of the -railroads.
And Vthe general public seems to
agree with congress.
OI'EV IIIMJA(.T' AT l,AST
The session of the foreign rela
tions committee of the senate at the
White (House on Tuesday, August 19,
Gats for Stairs.
friKiire a ileo nf Iiw,vy
an., uc.n to nt the required spnee;
ew a hh. hook t endi corner. Place
two screw oy,. ,.,, ((f h(
hull, one uk n.nr the fl0l)r u poxilhfe
'lie oilier In H1H width of ll. chhvhs
from lover .,... The oiinvfis K read.
'Ij- Hn,ii..il in ..no- ,. , ..
eyes, foriiiliie mi effective pile. With
h screw in the Iii.iiIsipi- ii,u
le suiiimmI out of the wny when the
uiiKjic ure in ne.i.
Constipation upsets the entire system-causing
serions Illnesses to the
human family. Don't worry Hollls-
ters Rockv iMntlntiln Ttm. wilt Hn
out constipation, regulate the bowels,
hH , V t-' If . .
wuo mo huuiucu, juriiy, cieause.
Without fall give it a' thorough trial.
LAWRENCE C. PHIPPS
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EARTHS IN SOtAR SYSTEM
Thousands of Astsrolds, Mostly Small,
nnovwi to B Swinging Around
Swinging nr.iiinil the un between
the plmiets Mm Hml Jiinitf r there are
more thun iIioiivhihI ihii.
raiding In dluiiieter from three to 4V.
miles. These Hre known as the Mster-
OlllS, II llll HltllOIIL-ll fllv i,urai... ll.olr
tnillvliliial ways in the solar system
...ii.ii our own gioiie thev are
too small to support any sort of life.
neing unable to hold an atimmnlier
From line to time new asteroids are
aiscovered. not liv astronomers i
tiently peering at the heavens through
a teIes,ope, but by menus of the plioto-
grapnic plate. A thousand have al
ready been fouud, but It Is likely that
hoiisands of smaller asterol.M remain
to be discovered.
, The four 'largest asteroids. Ceres.
Pullas, Vesta and Juno, are "respec
tively 4fe.3W.-243 and 118 miles In
diameter, 'a few more nterol may
exceed 100 miles in .Unmeter. but the
great majority are simply huge rocks
Ave miles or less In diameter. Pntik.
the major planets, the asteroids are
not spheres. Hut simply Jagged rocks,
huge mountains hiirtllug throngh
space, whirling round and round on
their axis Is they Journey about the
PosIMy. ss some have suggested,
they may be the larger fragments of
periodic comets of unusual size that
have In (dp eourse of ages been shorn
of tllr appendages.
Mining blanks Courier office.
"Agents Authority to Sell" book
-f SO blanks. 60c. Courier office.
8enator Lawrenitl t..Phlppi of Colo
Mining blanks at Courier office.
Material's far Buttons I
For no oilier liiiuuiii purpose We 6
many illfferent kliiils. or uialerlals ii's,l
for liullon-muklng.' 'Proilin-iH of ilie.
Miled field, the forest; the treiiiii''nfl
the sea vegetable,' anliiiiil1' and VniiJ
eral are riir'neU to Mils account.
. Billions are commoii. iiil.lille-cl.iiui
anil urlsiocrutlc from the bone bufinh
of the luliorlng mini to the Jeweled nij
In the turban of an Inilliin rnjiil! lf
the Mymliol of rank off a Chinese man
darin's cap. ;
Among the by-pro.liicts of the iwuA
button in.liistry are poultry grit. fNh
food and "condition powders" for lings
and chickens. The vasle shell, U a
constituent of artiflclnl marble and
floortlle, and an Ingredient of Jewelry
polishes, soaps nil. I demising powders.
All kinds of Commercial IrlnHns
at the Courier Office.
Conttipatloo, Sick Headache, Bil loud
ness. Bloating, Sour Stomach, Gsi on
the Stomach, Bad Bih you will find
oothiog better than that wholesome
Never disappoint. Tske one tonight
and leel better in the mornin.
W IsaiMr, 8n Astasia, Ts "Potey
Csiksnk Tsbleu km prom to b the bot
wwwt obts tssea ssa i rac
imb lor eonrtpsUos sad bllioutasts."
' Guaranteed rf,000 Sliles
! Fabric casi Vgs
' Kohd '.
. " nn,50
will 1' given 'from above prices
A REAL BARGAIN
One 1918 Maxwell in Perfect Rnnning Order
COLUNS AUTO COMPANY
511 H Street Phone 317
ITAUIX ntrXHH 1I.11TI.KTT 1'Ktlt.H
f.KVKRU, ASHOHTMKNT Tltl.H AMI HIIKI IW
tin ready lo iret yiMir slmre f profit from tln coiiiIiik
DEMAND FOR OREGON FRUITS
Write for catalouiir or ml list rf your wants,
WK HAVfc TIIK TI1KIM OltHKIt K AKI.V
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY
1:W 1iomekeU tit. Nulmmen Wanted Halem, Oreuon.
("E don't claim to sell meat
loan uti une uihe
in America. We Jo claim to sell
good meat aa cheaply as it can be
old end still leave ut a- small
profit. , '
We're not in business for our
health. Neither are you. We're
in business to make an honest liv
ing. We are willing to take a
mall profit on a large number of
Onr enatftme are the MtiMied
kind because they know they get
good meat, firxt class service and
pay" the minimum price.
&fe Temple Market
c wdiffia ")
We are fully equipped for all kinds of battery
work at reasonable prices consistent with first
' class work. '
When In needof a new battery buy the tUU-beUer
Wlllard. with threaded rubber Insulation.
'A. V. HazeKon,i Propr
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