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IIK.NI HULLKT1.V, IIKNI), OIIIOTO.V. TIIUHHDAY, NOVKMIIEIt 21, 10 IB
WOMENCONDUCTBEND BOY IS
FEMALE LABOR UP FOR
Wrlfuro CoiiiihIhkIoii roimldorluu tin
Withdrawal of Women from llox
Fiirtui-li-i f (lu Htnto
IJIIrclft Till City.
(From Moudny'H Dully.)
Takluj: up Hi) matter of it pomilhln
withdrawal of wotnon workers from
tho Ihix factories of tin) Hlntu lliroiittli
an ordor of tlio Htnto Industrial wol
faro couuiiImhIoii, tint community
labor board mot In Hpoclal iiohiiIoii
Lnto hint wook nottco wan rocolvi-d
by both Tho Hhovlln-Illxon Company
anil tho llrookH-Hcnnloii Lutulmr
company from tho ntntn Industrial
coiiiiiiIhhIoii that on Tiumilay of thin
wook a iiiciitliiK of tho rommlHHlon
wits to bo hold In Portland for thn
purpoHo or connldorltiK tho mutter of
withdrawing women workers from
(ho box factorlcit and nlmllar occu
pations In tint ntntn. It -wan Hiatal
that tin uimitlni; wan holnt: called an
a result of petitions rccdlvcd imltlm:
that thin action hi) taken. It holiiK net
forth In tho petitions that In a ma
jority of liiHtancon thn condltlonn
under which tho women worn nn
ployi'd worn not conducive to tho
good lioalth and moral of lint women
of tho ntato.
TIhmv hultotlnn won) posted by tho
company ofllclaln at thn mllln In thin
city and a committee mndo up from
tho womnn employes In thn two
plantn nuked for a honrltiK buforo tho
community labor board In ordor that
a pro! (tit mlKht bo Mod with tho
luduntrlnl commlnnlou hkiiIiihI tho
puwdtiK of nuch an ordor.
At tho meeting Saturday iiIkIU,
Mm. Thompiiou and Mrn. Font or, who
havo Intuit recommended nn women
mombarn of tho board, worn called
' Into Hid noMtlon, and tho maltnr
turned over to thorn for their Invents
gallon. Any action taken b' thorn,
howuvor, -will of nhciwnlty havo to
pirns throtiKh tho handn of tho main
inomburn, an tho appointment of
thimo .women ban not yet boon rntlfled
by tho labor department.
Chairman Folo thin morning ntat
eil thai tho only action that could
bo Inker) by tho local board would bo
n recommendation to tho welfaro
commliudou that condltlonn romalii
tho name for tho pronnut at leant In
thin community. Tho condltlonn
uiidor which tho women are workliiK
horo, It In Mated, lira vastly dlfforuut
from thono In other sections of (ho
ntato, tho working condltlonn holiig
of tho biwt.
A meeting to consider tint report
of Mm, Thompson and Mm. Font or
will hu hold thin uvoiilug.
Four clmlra nt your service nl tho
Motropolltnu. No wnllliiR. Adr.
MADE MY DESTROYER
HAN FUANCI8CO, Nov. 1C Tho
now duntroyor Ringgold on hor offi
cial tent Hindu mlleit nn hour (30
kuotn) for four bourn; Htoppod
within 300 rout whlln going nt full
npeed; while traveling full npued
iiHtom, Htoppod, rovornod hor on
glues mid wiih making 30 knntn
ahead IiihIiIo of 30 necondH. Xnnu
of hor nlntur nhlpn havu oiiuallod thin
HAItlElt SCHOOL OPENS.
(From Monday's Daily.)
MIhh Alleno Arnold, tenchor nt tho
Harper school, wnn In tho city over
tho wook-ond. Minn Arnold'H school
In oun of tho vary fow In tho county
-which linn not boon closed on account
R KO. u. a
RKQ, U. a.
Wlien you walk into a dependable
hoe store nnd mk for n pair of .
Duckhuciit Army Shoes, you
can be sure
Tint tlit Army Shoo It up
to standard that it Is
niado by workmen who
have turned out nioro than
600,000 Army Shoes under
expert supervision and that
it is backed by 0 record of more than fifty
years of lioneit hoe manufacturing.
Look for our registered trade name
fiucKllLCllT stamped on the sole of every
Shoe- for our mutual protection.
JfUTA it -.&, t. 'VI
Mil4 r-A i "Am IjF
II not ohtaliiahte from your dealer, send name ami your
order direct to
BUCKINGHAM & H EC II T
MANUPACTUHKH HAN l'HANCIHCO
Ml IN SIBERIA
.IOII.V '. NICHOLSON WltlTEH TO
JffH I'AHENTH IN TIIIH TIY
u'ah twentv-heven dayh on
(From Tuesdny's Dally.)
Smoking cli;urnttim which had been
donated to tho noldlnrn of tho Ameri
can expeditionary forces In Hlhorla
by tho omporor of Japan In a piislluio
which wan holng enjoyed by tho 1ioys
tho early part or October, nccordlni!
to it lottor from John C. Nicholson,
a lleinl boy, to hht tuothor and
father In thin city.
I'rlvnto Nlcholnon left llcnd eurly
hint spring and wan for a number of
months stationed at Ft. McDowell,
California, later ombarklui: from it
California port for Hlhorla. Extracts
rrom his letters, which worn written
In thu form or a diary, follow:
"Hoptombor IB.- Havo 1700 miles
yet to i;o buforo reaching laud. 11
seemed odd to go to bed hint night
and wnko up Hunday morning cross
Iiik tho 1801b meridian. Wo nro
required to keep up nil practice nnd
drllln. Thu ocean In smooth. Havo
not been seaside.
"October 1!.- V wero 27 dayH on
tho water but slopped four dayH at
Japan, one at Hokodato and three
at Oturn. Tho latter In it coiiIIuk
ntntlou. Am now ut Vladivostok,
Hlhorla, In lurgo cement barracks.
Thin In it beautiful place. (Irren
grows ovorywhero. Thuro hun only
been one frost no far.
"October J. Wo wore trontod to
cigarettes today donated by thu utn
liuror ot Japan."
WILSON TO ATTEND
I Or United I'tr.. to Tho lUrM llullrtln.)
LONDON, Nov. 10 That I'rtml
duut Wilson will attend tho peaco
conference to nettlo detalln hetwoen
(lormany and tho ulllon In a practical
certainly, tho l.ondnn MornliiK News
declares, nttrlhiitlug thu Information
to Colonel E. M. Ilouse, thu Presi
dent's representative, now In Paris.
PROMINENT ia.NIOWNi:it HKItK'.
(From Saturday's Dally.)
II. A. Hunter of Minneapolis, with
extensive laud Interests In various
sections of tho country, arrived hero
thin morning In company with II. A.
lltloy and Charles Arthurs.
YOU KNOW OF
A Df pallets
Any Nrw Building
A Rrl Etste Tlnclion
Anjrtliing that it ol Intcfrtl
I'lione it la
Tltere' just one thing
to remember ask for
the BucKMixirr Army
Shoe by name and be
sure that you g(t it.
Then you will appre
ciate wliv it is worn bv
Office Mon Fanner
and others in every walk of life,
$7.00 to $8.00
IN COUNTY OVER
HIGH MARK REACHED
Over 911,000 Is KccelVfil on
Ojiolii of 91)750 All Outside
District Havo lie
(M)rliil. (From Monday's Dally.)
With tho report In from nil out
nldo districts, Dcnchutc'H county's
subscription to tho United Welfare
drive has exceeded tho $11,000 mark,
or nearly $2000 over lln quota, ac
cording to an announcement mndo
by Chairman Foley thin mornlnR, A
complete check of thu amounts ro
reived ban not yut been mndo, and
It will probably bo tomorrow buforo
thu oxact amount can bo determined.
Hnturday tho total wan given nn
$10, r.l 1.04, with several of tho out
sided Istrlcts yut to bo heard from.
Thin miirnlni: reports wero handed
In rrom tho Pino Treo Lumber com
pany, I. a Pino, Kchool District No,
28 and (list, completing tho reports
for tho county.
Tho lint or subscribers rrom each
or tho various districts roportliig
thin morning follow:
Pine Tree Lumber Co.
C. M. Mason, O. Dloom, C. D.
Flnher, F. Ponrl, F. I. Carter, fl. II.
I'urtly, C. 0. Hiimnor, U. V. Smith,
II. J. Ilennlmter, J. (5liw?er, P.
JuiiKer, Clay Allison, A. Hornardl,
Joo Hervalll, H. P. Trent, drover
Pulllnm, Vomer A. Johnson. Theo
doro Johnson, J. J. Smith, O, F.
Putnam, J. II. Adams, J. K. Drookis,
M. Nance, J. A. Join's, Mlku Conway,
Fred Makln, Axel Autonnon, 10. Car
son, T. McOovern. II. W. Holt, Chan.
Itlch, It. D. Jones, C. 11. Ilonn. J. II.
Jones, II. Caylor, (Ins I.tindln, I.es
Holmes, Jns. W. Jonas, J. I,. Hearth,
J. A. Coon, II. K. Zook, It. W.Wolls,
Hobt. Ilonm, J. I.. Carter, James
Poworn, II. A. Tarvnr, lttlph Madi
son, C. A. Hottnei, (. Illahno, (leo.
Mlckol., Mike Mlckeln, J. C. Panics,
Frnnk Scott. U. A. Mlllor, II. Trog.
F. W. Jones.
Cecil Stearns, James Illack, J. L.
Howard, O. II. DemliiR, Tom Fosn,
Mrn. II. N. Lyons, It.' QnthcrKood,
Cecil Holllnshend, J. N. Maston,
Hurry CavaniiURh, J. It. Sutilef, Geo.
Ornft, II. N. Lynn, Ceo. lloguo, Mrn.
C. Ilnxter, C. II. Clow, Mrn. C. II.
Clow, Clydu Clow, Clifford Clow,
Mm. Nettlo Hhultz, Mrn. P. M. Solid.
Frank Johnson, M. C. Donohuo, W.
i:. Horuo, Arthur Waters, A. Itapu,
Win. K. Johnson, Arthur Parker,
(Jeo. W. McLaughlin. F. W. Tonien.
Albert Johnson, fcd Holmes, Karl A.
JHIott. W. It. Hlloy, Mrn. W. It.
Illloy, Con Hroon, DonnV O'Connor,
Mr. nnd Mrn. It. K. Knton, C. It.
Swnyxce, Mrn. C. It. Swayzee, W. C.
Holllnnhond, F. W. Tomes, Mrn. F.
W. TomoH, W. K. Ileoaloy, Dean
Holllnshcad, L. J. Ilnrrlmon, Jntnos
D. Sly, Lucllu Deal, A. Lamel Ford
ham, Harry L. Sly, W. 11. Helnlck,
I. Zlorolf, J. Holier, C B. Wlso, A.
It. Donohuo, W. II. HollliiBhend II.
I). Hill, Mr. nnd Mm. Ilurton Onoy,
Mr. Frank Ilnguo, Mr. nod Mrn. B.
L. Clnrk, C. M. Brdtunn, Jnck Har
vey, Tom Sly, Pedor J. Hansen, M.
K. Hansen, Frnnk llogtio, J, S. Been
ley, (1. W. Hoper, J. O. IIoITmon, M.
8. K. Clarke. A. II. Howard. II. A.
Hose, Fred J, Smith, Corn Fish, Mnry
Cochran, 1). F. Smith.
Mrn. C. F. ChaUnn, Mr. A. E.
Hosh, Guy MoCulllstor, Mr. Arm
strong, Mr. Aloe Lovorenz, Mm.
Chris Ward, Mrn. Shuhll, J. 1). El
klnn, F. O. Powers, Mr. E. W. Par
8om, Wntlo Hanor, Mm. Chris Ward,
I. Van Tassel, Ktitliryn Hno Knicker
bocker, Mr. M. W. Knickerbocker,
II, A. Scogglnu, Malcolm Voxt, Mm.
Lou Pulllnm, Mm. J, A. W. Scoggiu,
Alox. Howoll, Mm. V. W. Lovorenz.
District No. liM.
8. W. Lovorott, Vera X. Shorvvood,
J, Elliott, Carl Hosougart, Anton
Itosongnrt, It. A. Puott, W. J. Mar
chand, Hector Murchuud, K, N, El
liot, II. C. Hilton, Ilnrthn Illchtor,
Otis Davis, C. W. Hooch, John Hus
broglnu, Guh Collin, Mm. L. A.
Shorwood, E. E. Shorwood, H. E.
Tho following nro tho districts
which havo reported tholr Quotas, to-
JLth T OrmfiUI for
IIUMUHU lIKAtlU 1
Cold tnctaltla boxes,
Ribbon. Takh no oiu
BIAUONII BUANU FILL, for twentr-fiTO
jrtsrs rcKirtleit s Uest, Safest, Alwtys Rclttbl.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
CHIHIt3.TKR S A
lL,L,a la kid nuA
. sealeJ with Blu41
KK. Hay yurlf
,fflL EVERYWHERE S?S
HNTIIli; PACIFKJ COAHT I.V CLAHH
JV ITHKLF HO FA It AH PKKJE
Ol' POItIC TO THE PACKEIW IH
(11 tlnltnl Pm-.ii In The Item! Dulletln.)
I'OHTLANI), Nov. 19. Tho entire
Pacific count, it wan learned today,
In in a class by Itself Insofar an tho
prlco of pork to tho packorn Is con
When the Hub-commltteo of pack
era and representatives of tho Ameri
can government food administration
announced a minimum prlco for pork,
tho natural supposition wan that thin
had a nutlon-wldo application. Such
In not tho caso. Thu action npplles
to all parts of tho United States ex
cept thu Pacific coast.
Tho United Press ban learned that
tho Pacific coast In an exception, not
for any ileslro to nlnp tho farmern
of tho district, but becauso of pe
culiar condltlonn which tnaku it
practically Impossible to apply tho
freight and feed cost differentials
which en figured In fixing tho prlco
nl other points. If these differentials
v.'oro applied thu prlco of pork would
drop to a lower prlco 011 tho const
than would otherwise obtain.
Tho Portlnnd market In flooded
with hogH and tho packers have
uttered a cry of distress.
gothcr with tho amounts subscribed:
Ilend $ 383.GG
Ilrooks-Scanlon . 2,100.00
Shovlln-Hlxon ............ 2,700.00
Deschutes ...... 1CS.C0
Illcliardson ...-. C2.C0
Grange . ... C9.00
Clnverdalu ...................... CC.C0
Hampton ............. 20.00
Terrebonne ..... 102.2C
Cllnc Fulls ....... 11G. 50
Lower Hrldgo 125.00
Itcdmond Vicinity ...... . 8C.50
White Hock 122.78
Hudtnond City ............... 1.284.3C
Kudmond High School C.50
DON'T LIKE KIIIEHIA.
(Ilr Unltvd I'm to The IWnJ Hullrtln.) (
TOKIO, Oct. 20. (Ily Mall.) Al
though Siberia Is Just across tho
Sua of Japan, Jnpnneso colonists in
that pnrt of IlUBBln number only be
tween 5000 nnd G000, according to
a new census. In Vladivostok are
4000 Japanonu residents, at Hab.ir-
ovsk 300. Irktusk 100, nnd from 1
to 40 nl each ot a half lozon other
Try n Ilulletln Wnnt Ad. They
Gained 40 Pounds
Electrical Trfntment mill Evorythlnj;
Klso I'lilliil to Help Her Tan-
lac Ho.torc'i Her.
"There, that In what I havo been
looking for tho past six months now
for my slBter," nnld Mm. VI Legunlt,
who resides at 221 Post Streot,
Spokano. Wash., pointing to tho big
Tiuilnc display In Murglttroyd' Drug
"Mv sister's ltoalth has broken
down," Mm. Legnult continued, "nnd
I firmly bollovo Tunlae will tlx .hor
up n it did mo three yearn ago."
"Hoforo I took It I was suffering
from a complication of nllments
which had resulted In nervous pros
trutlon. My troubles nil started from
a bad stomach and I wua In a pitiable
condition. Everything 1 nto would
sour, causing mo such awful pain In
tho pit of my stomach that I could
hardly stand It. My nerves -wore In
a bad shape. I was badly constipated
and ovon now I hato to think or the
turrihlo headaches I hud. I also
suffered from weakness nnd palna In
my right sldo, which was tho worst
kind ot torturo. Electrical treat
ment and everything elso wn tried
on mo, oxcopt nn oporatlon, which I
refused to stand for, but nothing did
mo nny good. I had nlwnys wolghod
around ono hundred nnd forty-olght
pounds, but my HUfforltiB pulled mo
down to ono hundred and twelvo,
nnd I was scarcoly nioro than n
frnmo. 1 renlly hud no dealro to
llvu as my ensu seemed to bo hopu
less. "Woll, Bomo wonderful thing
huppon In this world, nnd my recov
ery la one of them. I picked up a
paper one day in Detroit, Michigan,
whoro I was living at tho tlmo, and
road a, Tanlno testimonial given by
n lady who lived but a short dis
tance from mo, nnd right thon I do
cldod to try Tnnlac. Tho results I
obtained tiro nothing losa than re
mnrkublo. My appetite soon camo
back, my atomiich got bo I could oat
and dlgoat my food and ovory ono
ot my troubles gradually loft, nnd
the llrat thing I know I wns regain
ing my lost weight and strength.
After using Ivo bottloa of Tnnlac I
round that I had eono up to ono hun
dred nnd fifty-two pounds actually
gained forty pounds making sev-
a man was foolish lo buy
plug of the Gravely class
when he could get a big
plug of ordinary tobacco
for the same money. But
one day Bill gave him a
chew of Gravely just two
or three small squares.
Then Ike got the pure, sat
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in avouch
oral pound more than I had ever
weighed before. And although It
ban been nearly three carn now
since Tanlnc restored me I havo
never been bothered with any of my
old troubles to thin good day, and I
have held my wolght, nlwaya weigh
ing around ono hundred and fifty
pounds. So you can neo why I hnve
been so anxious to find Tanlac for
my sister. I am going to let her
know right away whero nhe can
get It. I am glad to givo this state
ment, for tho best way I know to
pay tho debt of ratltudo I owe
Tanlac Is to tell others how It has
made life worth living for mo."
Tanlac In sold In Iiend at tho Owl
Pharmacy, and In Sisters by Geo. E.
SEEMED LIKE GREAT
QUIET TO CHICAGOAN
(Ilr United IV. to The Ileml Ilulletln.)
PARIS, Nov. 3. (Hy Mall.)
During a heavy barrage one night In
the St. Mlhlel scrap an officer passed
a rolling kitchen drawn out at the
sldo ot tho road up near tho front.
In the glow ot a little campflro he
could see tho cook carefully wind
ing an alarm clock, and holding tho
dial down to the flro to set the alarm
bell. The gun chorus was in full
tongue and sleep seemed impossible.
"What's the big Idea?" shouted
"I wanta bo sure of waking up
when tho boy go over In the morn
ing," grinned the cook. "1 used to
work In an all-night restaurant in
tho railroad yard In Chicago and
a little noise llko this doesn't dis
KULL OV COLD: HAD THE GHIP.
Many will ho pleased to read how
Lewis Newman. COG Northrand St..
Charleston, W. Vn., wns restored to '
Shoes for Real Service
oun si'ECiAirv is to make shoes that
STAND THE TEST
J. E. TILT SHOE
A. HANSON LOGGER.
R. H. LOVEN
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GRASP IT NOW
Vrr zf L
isfying Gravely taste. It
lasted so long, you can't
tell him nowadays that it
costs him anything extra
to chew Real Gravely.
tott furthtrthot'i why yi
eon gtt tht good lailt of thh clou
if Uhaccv wilhtut ixtra nit
health. Ho write: "I wan down
sick and nothing -would do mo any
good. I was full of cold. Had tho
grip until I got two 00c bottles ot
Foley's Honey nnd Tar. It I tho
bent romedy for grip nnd cold I evor
used." Sold everywhere. Adv.
WAR BOARD IS
HARD AT WORK
(From Tuesday's Dally.)
Member of tho local war board
arc engaged In making a statement
for tho government of all men who
were sent from this county during
the duration ot the war. Tho state
ment will Include tho names oT all
men sent from this county, especially
those of tho 1917 registration, their
training camps and all other avail
Tho work will consumo approxi
mately a week's time.
While You Shop, We
Do Your Washing !
Bring in the wash
when you come to
town in an hour
and a half it's done
ylny Kind of FinhhcJ Work