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GRANTS PASS DAILY OOl'IUKK
rltlllW, tMTOIUCIt 21, 1010.
GRANTS PASS DNU COURIER
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FRIDAY, OCTOBKR 24, tl.
, Fair' and . continued cold;
gentle northerly winds.
New York, Oct 22. A plea for
motherhood out of wedlock was
made today at the international con
ference of women physicians t)y Dr.
Anna Moutet of 'France.
In country the population of
wbioh Is decreasing," she said, "It
Is Important above all to favor the
rate of birth by every means, to do
Away with all obstacles in the protec
tion ot all children indiscriminately.
"Motherhood outside of marriage
mast no longer be held as a disgrace
or a burden. The girl mother must
be lifted. The prejudice which
makes her an object of general Cen
tura must be com batted, and if irreg
ular birth is no longer a disgrace to
the child neither' must it be a dis
honor to the mother. She' must find
In society for herself and tor her
-child the support which in the past
waa refused her."
, Describing what France has done
In the matter. Dr. Moutet said:
"The law has assured the protec
tion of the child born out of wedlock
first in creating bond of right be-
tween him and his parents when that
lis possible; then in assisting the
mother when she, ,ia alone and with
out resources, and finally in taking
.fun responsibility in rearing the
"In. 1917 the government assisted
70,562 abandoned girl mothers or
wives and widows in thp support of
"Laws regarding investigation of
fatherhood are too lax," be said,
"and ought to he broadened even if
they should disturb the peace of a
few families whose egotism and fal
len honor are respected at the ex
pense of the child."
In a general discussion of sex
morality and prostitution several
speakers urged the necessity of more
-stringent police measures to cope
with the evil.
SOLD 10 THE FRENCH
Berlin, Oct. 23. The Germans
are fearful that thousands of the
American automobiles sold by the
American expeditionary force to the
French will be smuggled across the
German border, constituting an un
desirable Invasion of the German au
tomobile industry. It is said here
,-that SO, 000 American cars were sold
to the French.
Berlin, 8ept. 28. (By the Asso
ciated Press) 'Vienna, ever a gay
city, is now more superficially gay
than ever, owing to the illicit trad
ers, who have profited by the war
and now are spending their ill-gotten
'gains, writes a newspaper correspon
dent from the Austrian capital. Vi
enna, says one of these writers, is
"dying to music." He describes the
people as starved and "morally de
generate." Describing the scenes in
the dance nails and pavilions and
gambling rooms, the writer says that
nearly all the ipeople demonstrate a
desperate demand for youth and en
joyment and adds that "this slcltiy
whirl of enjoyment bordering on
jtelf-destruction" produces a fright
ful effect on the sober-minded people
of the (ity.
Public amusements are provided
in the Pleasure nark and Schoen
brunn where are given plays for
children, fire works, alpine dances,
Tyroleee clog dances by Berchtesga-
den peasants, acts from Iphegenie
and band concerts.
One writer says that all of this
striving for amusement js only a
mask for perplexity and Inability to
return to older and saner life or evi
dence of heedlessness and indiffer
OXIO SALT CKLKKY SALT
sorr .ir ;ravy skasonivo
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
Quality and Service
Row-man's Sinter Located
Mrs. A. A, Kellogg, of Portland,
a ulster of Judson P. iBowman, the
old soldier who was killed by a
Southern Pacific passenger train n
Tuesday, was in the city today. Ef
forts to locate any 'relative had been
unavailing but Mrs. Kellogg learn
ed of the accident through a newt
Item in the Oregonlan. The funeral
was held this morning. Rev. Charles
R. Drake and the O. A. R. conduct
ing the service.
THOUGHT THE RUSSIAN
Tlireo Crania Pass Indie thought
the niuck Hand gang or Russian
Reds were after them this week and
had visions of their home bong
blown to atoms. ' They moved Into
a now house a few days ago and yes
terday noticed a dangerous looking
"Implement of death" reposing, be
hind the door at their home. A
noiseless retreat was executed and
Sheriff Lewis notified. Arriving at
the house, the sheriff stepped In
side and picked up the dangerous ob
Joot, the ladles expecting to nee him
disappear Into nothingness at tiny
' "This la a railroad torpedo, la
dles," said the sheriff, as be cartitsl
the thing outside for safer keeping.
Hut it was a close call the thing
might have been an anarchist's
bomb. The ladles wish their names
withheld, but two of them might be
school teachers and the third is per
haps connected with school uffalrs
over the county.
Pictures by Wire
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About one-fifth or taulslana is
subject to the overflow of Uie Mlss-Isxlppl.
NEWTOWN and Spltxenberg cull ap
ples. 40u and 60c a box at the
ranc h, lirlng your boxes. K. Ham
merbivcher, phone 606-K-28. 09
WANTB1) TO BUY Small ranch
partly In alfalfa, with modern
buildings. Address 'No. lKsii care
Courier. - 09
BSTRAY There came to my place a
1-yeur-old roan bull, crop off right
ear. Owner call at once and pay
damages. U Hosteller. Murphy,
fOR SALE Good team of raares.
'weighing about 1200 pounds, and
good set of horness. Phone 54-J.
I P AXD ABOIT AGAIN '
"I was sick In bed with kidney
trouble." writes C. F. Reynolds. El-
mlra, N. Y., "and my back ached so
severely I could not get up. I com
menced taKinff Foley Kidney Pills
and in a few daw was out of bed.'
Keeping up the treatment, I was
able to go to work. Since than I
have had no more backache and no
other trouble with my kidneys." Fo-
i ley Kianey Pills stop sleep-disturbing
I bladder ailments and relieve rheu-
i niatic pains, sore muscles and swol
len joints. Sold Everywhere.
Cochian to meet Hoppe for Ml, :ani title. Weiker rvhran h,.i.....hu.i
at Daiyg billiard academy. New York today where he is practicing for
... .m;u ;..ui v uiie Hoppe in tne national (American balking cham
pionship tournament at the Hotel Astor next week r,.!,r h w
trying to get a match with Hoppe for two years and the coming match
viio uiutH. aiscussea event in tne billiard world.
10 ton of first class
Wheat Hay in stack.
GEO. J. FOX at
C. L. Hobart Company
The bottle in
tains all the
from half a ripe
wealth of this exquisite
flavor, and a package serves
six people for I2i cents.
You owe to yourself a
trial of this new-type gel-1
JO Flavors, mt Yemr Creet't
2 Packag for 28 CWnTs m
214 North Kfxth Street
I have opened up a new shop with all up-to-date machinery and am
better prepared to do BATTERY and IGNITION WORK than ever
before. We were the first in the battery business in your city and
have not one dissatisfied customer. Bring us your Battery work.
Why take a chance with the man that has learned It in thirty on
nlnty days. '
Will make you allowance of $10.00 on your old battery.
We are on BLOCK SOUTH of our old stand Cat-ey corner from
Western Hotel "The Original Dr. Spark."
C. A. LINCH
"The Battery Man"
Stay on the Job Nsl
wnne u Kains
is the best wet weather
prouoion ever. ' made
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CHICHESTER S PILLS
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DIAMOND ItHANU Pi LLsL foe
1 tas ktwwn at Uett, Balast, Alwtyske)Uii
Genuine Libbey fCut Glass
Shipment just arrived Name on every piece
BARNES, The Jeweler
S. P. Tim Usteto
Neat tour first National llaak
FIRST CLASS AUTO ELECTRICIAN
AND BATTERY REPAIRMAN
Passed by the Bourd ot Auto Mechanic Examiners This Uw waa
made for your benefit, why not take advantage of it.
HATTKIUHH OVKItlt Al XK1 AND ItWIIAIUiW)
Kor anything OOIKCTKICAI. see
E. A. ADAMS, Auto Electrician
Phone e 04MI Hnuth HUth Htnwi
"TOU wouldn't give a child
bttle of poisou to play
Yet whi n you let a child cat
ham that is unreliable you run
about the name riitk.
Some lihiu. ns you very well
know, ii not fit to eat. It's not
properly eured, and it's kept from
rotting ky poixonous prottorvatives
barred by the ptiro fod law.
It is vour dutv tn Imv Imtii onlv
where you know you'll got tin
real article. Thift is most impor
tant. liuv here. ,
Uhe Temple Market
riOUSANDC OF WOMfifJ cufier miserably from
pcriodi: attack: of headache, never dreaming
that 9 permanent cure may be had. Headache
nearly alwf.ys rc.-hs from some disorder cf the
stoma :h, liv-T or bowels. 1 '.:c Chamberlain's
Tablets. They will correct these diskrs and
there will be r.o mc.-e l.adache. Many have been
permanently c: red by Chamberlain's Tablets. -
mrmHK,,,!,,!; ('.'fit ii Jii ti will in Jiti. no. ,Hi H U', itfZ frji"'"" f! 1 T !i! !. "! m ifl ,1 if, 1,'fiSl St
Industries are like orchards
THEY have to be fostered, cared for and
encouraged until they get a good start.
But oliee they start to beur fruit, they are the
source of wealth and prosperity for all of us.
Industries are no longer for the autocrats'
and the "landed gentry." Fundamentally
they benefit the workers thev muke jobs
they give us all the opportunity to earn a
good living and to advance and' prosper in
proportion to our ability, energv and am
bition. America is a great country because
of her great industries. Oregon i"s rapidly
becoming a great state because of her great
Let us all the peo
ple of Oregon pull
together, to make
bigger and better.
Associated Industrie, of. Oreg
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERHKLXi