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GITS PBS' BAT COURIER
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al dispatches herein are
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1M
OREGON WEATHER 4
4 Showers; moderate south
. westerly winds.
KXGIJSH MV8T BE TAIGHT
The union committee at Pittsburg
is said to have used seven languages
In sending out its call tor a strike.
The independent steel companies in
another town used nine languages In
calling upon their employes to re
main at work.,
Here is startling proof of the need
of Americanization work. One of the
greatest labor struggles in the world
Is on. great principles are at stake.
yet the great majority of the work
ers affected must be addressed in a
medley of foreign tongues.
What chance is here for the exploi
tation of labor by the unprincipled,
what small hope that capital can
make Its position clear and present
Ms facts so that these men will grasp
them (airly! How easily can the
honest purpose of the labor unions be
twisted toy the mere labor agitator
and mob rule be precipitated!
One of the great welfare organi
sations in New York has considered
these (natters and Is specializing in
Americanization work among adults
in shop and home, realizing that the
children will get more of it in school
and that if the work Is not carried
on among the parents, families will
draw apart and bitterness and tinrest
fee the result
There is no time now for quibbling
or for hesitancy. The English lang
uage must go Into every home in
exery community in this country. If
the great bodies of laboring men ate
to decide great questions fairly to
themselves, or to determine wisely
what is best for the common wel
fare, they must speak one common
language, the langue of this country.
KINNEY & TRUAXGROCERY
Quality and Service
NABBED BY DEPUTY
Roseburg, Oct. 1. Upon arriving
here today from Glendale, Deputy
State Game Warden George Tonkin
of Portland, reported that four hunt
ers had been apprehended and fined
$25 each, their licenses forfeited and
their rifles confiscated. The guns
were shipped to Game Warden C. D.
Shoemaker. Five more complaints
of violations in the Glendale country
are still in the hands of the anion.
Deputy Tonkin stated that does and
fawns are being slaughtered in many
sections of the state. The tour men
arrested at Glendale were:
F. C. Schlegal of 'Banks, wh6 was
convicted of killing a doe; A. B. Kini
of Salem, found guilty of killing a
fawn: William Branham, fined tor
hunting without a license, and Elmer
Clemens, charged with having failed
to tag a deer, so that he might ex
ceed the game limit.
All kinds of legal blanks at the
XOTll'K OK MKKTIXU tK .
BOARD OK KyrAI.I.ATION
The director of the Grants Pass
Irrigation District will meat, acting
as a Board of Equalisation on the
first Tuesday of October, being the
7th, at a, ni In their office In the
courthouse, for the purpose of re
viewing and correcting its assess
ments and continuing In session as
long as may be necessary, to heat
and determine any objection by any
interested persons, to the assess
ments and apportionments thereof
and any other matter connected
therewith that may come before
84 GEO. A. HAMILTON,
Spider Bit on Chin Killed Girl.
A rptilt-r bite on the chin caused the
death of Miss Anna Blooraquist, six
teen yenrs old, of Kane, Pa. Usual
remedies, applied after she was bitten,
proved futile, sod doctors luter failed
to check the poison.
Millions Mora for Clerks.
It is estimated that the Increase ot
$2 to $2.50 in the weekly wages of alt
rhnp clerks will rout merchants ct.
Great Britain $125,000,000 to $190.'
OUU.tK.Hj a year.
TWO LEADERS UNDER SCRUTINY
It is well that the United States
has ordered an investigation of the
steel strike and has begun its in
quiry (by summoning Chairman Gary
administrative head of the steel
trust, and John Fitzpatrick, chair
man of the strike committee.
These two men are held chiefly re
sponsible for the strike. There is a
prevalent conviction that either of
them might easily have prevented it.
and that each of them invited it
welcoming it as a test of strength
and a chance to win a conclusive
victory. Both, while seeking the ad
vantage of those they represent, ac
cording to their lights, ignored the
greater public which is the thief vic
tim of labor wars, and which la al
so the disinterested spectator and
final Judge of them.
Fragments of the public will cham
pion one side of the controversy and
condemn the other, acording to sel
fish interest or class prejudice. The
great public which is above class
condemns both sides for an indus
trial disaster which was absolutely
unnecessary and, at this particular
Let Gary and iFitzpatrick, then,
appear at Washington and present
such defense as they may. The pub
lic is willing to be "shown, " but the
public will be extremely critical of
214 North Sixth Street
Chords and Fabric
GENERATORS IGNITION WORK
We have u service battery for every car, always ready to help you.
We have the bct equipped shop in the city for electric work. Will
tent your electric system any time FREE and give yon a correct
reariinK. We use only the Instrument recommended by the Helco
Rony and Auto Lite Company.
ltcmcmlwr the Place
Grants Pass Service Station
"First In the llntterv ilurtinesi"-
The kitchen where a large proportion of the work
is 'done by simple, efficient labor saving machinery
is an asset to any home. If servants are employed, they are
easier to keep owing to the elimination of drudgery. Where it
is faithfully employed, electricity greatly reduces the actual
need for servants in the small family.
Electricity will help with all of these tasks.
Cooking Mixing Cake or Bread
Dishwashing Grinding Coffee
Knife Sharpening Freezing Ice Cream
Polishing Silverware Whipping Cream
Grinding Food . Beating Eggs or Batter
' May we shVw you tome of the must practical of these new aid) to ease
jnd economy in the household?
California-Oregon Power Co.
HUNTERS READY FOR
Hetslnnlnv with October the bird
hunting souson will start in the
vurlous counties ot the Mute. Fol
lowing Is the open hunting season
11 dates Inclusive for dixtrlct No. 1,
comprising all counties eat of Cas
Ducks, geese, rails, ooots. Wilson
or Juck. snipe and greater or leaser
yellow-legs October 111 to Fubruary
13 o( the following year, the open
season Is September 16 to December
Chinese pheasants October 1 to
October 31; open season In Jacksun
county, October 1 to October 1 0.
Quail Open season In Coos, Cur
ry, Jai'kson and Josephine counties,
October 1 to October 31. Closed at
all times In other counties.
District No. 2, comprising all
counties east of Cascade mountains:
Ducks, Keese, rails coost, Wilson
snipe or jack' snipe, and greater br
lesser yellowlegs October 1 to Jun
Prairie chickens Wasco and Sher
man counties ouly, October 1 to Oc
Blue or sooty grouse, ruffed
grouse or native pheasants (August
15 to Octolwr 31, except In Vnton
and Wallowa counties open season
in August 1 to November 10.
Mountain or plumed, California or
valley quail, Klamath county only
October I to October 10.
Doves September 1 to October
Chine pheasants Union, I'nia
tilla, Baker, Grant and Malheur
counties, first Sunday In October to
second Sunday In October; Hood
River and Wasco counties last Mon
day in October to first Monday in
November. Closed in all other coun
ties In eastern Oregon.
Sportsmen are warned to observe
the ban limits on nil birds. Twenty-
five ducks, geese, rails, roots, Wlla
snipes or jack snipes, and greater
or leaser yellowlnga may be taken In
one day, and not to exceed 30 In any
seven consecutive days.
Five Chinese pheasants msy be
bagged In one day and not to exceed
ten In any seven consecutive days,
with not more than three female
pheasants In any Ibag of ten. Blue or
sooty grouse, ruffed grouse or na
tive pheasants, 5 during any 1 day
or 10 during any 7 consecutive days;
quail, 10 In any 7 consecutive days;
doves and wild pigeons. 10 In 1 day
day or 20 In any 7 consecutive days;
sage hens. 5 In 1 day or 10 in any
7 ronspctitlve days; prairie chickens.
5 In any 1 day or 10 In any 7 con-se-utlve
See The Handylite
A groat stop forward In Alarm Clocks
Just the thing for long winter nights and dark mornings.
W predict that all alarm clocks will be radlollttd In the near
BARNES, The Jeweler .
8. P. Time Inspector
Next 4oor Pint National lUak
Ford Bug Ford Truck Mitchell Six
C. L. Hobarl Company
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
With Grants' Pass Hardware Co.
( I T THIS OCT IT'S WORTH
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out thV
slip, enclose with 5c ajid mail It lo
Foley & Co., 2X35 Slieftold Ave., Chi
cago. 111., writing your name and
address clearly. Von will receive In
mturn a frlnl rtnckni'n cnntnlnlnif i
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,!
for couKhs. colds and croup: Foley
Kidney Pills for pain in sides and
back; rheumatism, backache, kidney
and bladder ailments; and Foley Ca
thartic Tablets, a wholesome and
thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for
constipation. biliousness, headache,
and sluggish bowels. Sold everywhere.
In addition lo being u source of pleitHiire to every member of
the fMnlly a car save lots of time when time is money.
When you need something rroiu a dlslumo ami need It quick,
a good car will havs it ther without lon of time. For whatever
purpose, you want a car II will pay you to see us.
Two carrier routes now open for
boys or girls with 'wheels. Apply at
once.' Courier office.
Placer' location notice's at Courier
LADIKS TAIumiOWJ Fall and win
ter suits remodeled and brought
it;) to the minute In wtyl.-flnd
workmanship. Hring your Fl'HS,
pluahes and velvets to be remade.
Prices reasonable. 'Mrs. W. It.
"Swoape, phone 253, old Klocker
residence 1324 East A street. 09
WA-NTBD Second-hand apple, pear
and -peach boxes in good condition,
In exchange for fruit or will pay
cash. Geo. A. 'Hamilton, now
paved highway. 87
FOR SALE iBartlcIt, 'Anjon and
Dose pears at 1c a pound. Also
good apples picked from the
ground at 50c a sack. Bring boxes
and sacks. Geo.'A. Hamilton, new
paved highway. ' S7
WANTlvD An iron safe, roll top
r'.rrli, and 'M.aC!asl;y account .sys
tem. 'Address No. '748 earn of
Courier. ' 8
l"OR SA'Mi Cull applet), Nowtowns,
Spltzenbergs and Dellcloua; hrln?
v.) ir boxes. Hio Iardo ran;h, two
miles west of town on river road.
Vulcanizing Repair Work
' FIRST CLASS WORK I AIUXT1:;D
GOODRICH TIIUC8 and Tl'BF.S
Oil !20c and up
AUTO SERVICE CO. GARAGE
fJeo. W. Tctherow, Mechanic
rrri 1 i ... . m
ii y-J j"5' wnai you ncea, madam. Many
JL women who were troubled with indigestion, a
- sallow, muddy skin, indicating biliousness and
habitual constipation, have been permanently cured
by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using
these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.
JnOw they are cheerful and happy and relfch their
racalp. i :y them. They only cost a quarter.
Phone G06-F-13.. . '-8-"