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TO ASK RETRIAL OF
NEW PARTY ISSUE
Mluoilty ItcpoK Anita ImiimiiIIiIi
Action ly Dch'giile". Confcri'ino
lo ll lli'lil tllli Hlnlo Indtiw-
Ii'liil Arrlttciit CoiilnililMi,
Don't Cheat Yourself"
saye iho Good Judge
There's nothing saved
by chewing ordinary
tobneco. A little chew
of tliat'good rich-tasting
and its good taste lasts
all the way through.
Little chew lasting
satisfying. That's why
it's a real saving to buy
this class of tobacco.
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is u short-cut tobacco
W-I3 CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
A inoviiinunt lo not aside tlirau
'days a iiioutli fur u strllco iih u ro
muiiHtruuco against llio continued
Imprltmumnul of Thomas Moonoy,
fa 1 1 ml lu tlio closing mission of tin)
Htulo Federation f Labor convent
Ion In pioitruHH hero Saturday,
niul a MitliNt Ittito lor tint defeated re
iMilultoii carried with little opposite
Ion, placing tint convention on re
cord iih iinxloim to ptocood alone log
Itlmatn lino to saniiro a now trlHl
for Moonoy. In this ooiuiuctlon, It
wan decided thai m telegram should
Imi Mtnt to the national Capital, ask
Ini: President Wilson lo obtain nil'
other hearing for the prisoner.
HoVerSl liaitni Of th afterUOOU ili.t lk umiiu. lit Hia Ltiiw mn
were hswi in in msouaaioM or th 1 IHM, ,Khl im widen!.
J'armlnailus; hotly argued contest.
carefully 1:0110 Into a program could worn Iho chief arguments used by tho
bo forinuliitoil which would Imvo om-'l'iitltor of tlio measure,
ployors, employes, and thn stuto com-i ''r,,' '"J1 'kioks Ankiil.
I I'llIlllirillR lllll IIIIHIMIXH QI llll!
muriiltii; wan tho pussngo of n resolu
tion handled through tho lawn and
mission huhlnil It, and which would
liavo llttlo prospect of defeat.
Khottly boforu iidjotiriilm; at nnoii,
tho delegates, on tho motion of A.
N. Vail, of I'ortland, iiiianlnioiiNly
voted that a telegram bo notit to tho
Prosldont Wilson, expressing tho ro
ll rut of tho odorntlon al tho prosl
deiit'a Illness, anil the hope of thn
delegate for his iMirly recovery.
I,it Cjruiitli WI111 Con volition,
Coualdershle time wn devoted In
(he morning to the matter of employ
ment of a stale organiser. In order
natolullon for a "land win I labor'
Irty. A majority report handed
In by taa resolutions committee, ask
ed that th matter It left to a con
vention which will be called for that
purpoave In January whlTe a min
ority report had as Ita olivet puttliiK
Uid convontlon on record as ondore
f UK the proposal polltiCHl (Hirly
whllo leaving tho organization to the
F. It. Coulter, of I'orllainl, wan tho
principle NpiMihnr for tho minority
report, urging that tho convontlon
should not pum up tho opportunity
of lultlalluK a movement which, ho
declared, will spread over tho ontlro
Plan Cuuipi-utntloil Ctiitlllti.
. Concurring In a ri'rommnudntlou
tnado by William A. Marshal, chair
man of thu HtntO iudiiKtrlal CoiiiiiiIh
nIoii, tho convontlon ordurud that
tho executive board and tho commit
too on laws and legislation make a
en refill Hi inly of tho oxIhUiik MtatutOH
rolallvo to workmou'M compensation,
tutor to 'confer with thu commission
an to n dnllnllo progmm of leglsln
Hon. Tho action wan taken diirlm:
tho morning ximiloii, after tho law
and luKlMlatlou commlttUH had ihHiIh
propowtlM for tin onaotinont of Ihwm
In whloli tuo nla(lra morlta of I .a
Oraiido and I'andlaton wara at laau,
(.'tlcaatwi from lha I'nltinVtnnly aeat
r. MtundaHei at tbo tato fedfiatlon
of 'abor noiwentlon haiv. won tho
oliwjtloit for (lit 1920 convention oily
by a vote of SB to 37. Aaturln.
wIiom roprtMHUtntlvoa, oarly In tho
convention had prdferred tliuli
clulmit for tho honor, droppml out of
Iho race and dlvldod tllalr opinri
butwoou tho two chief ncitfuitlur,
"Olio IIIk I'nloii" Slilrlnuknl.
An nltiinipt to chaiu;o entirely tho
tianlc prluulploH uuderlyliii; orr.an-
Ized labor tlirour.li a rcHolutlon en
doritliu; tho "nun k union" plan,
waH neatly tddotrncked when tho
lueiiHtiro wiih tabled by a vote or 37
to 20. A motion for uon-concurruuco
bad prevloiiNly been lout. A rexolu
tlon upholdliiR tho doctrine of iielf
determination Introduced by U. H.
Maker nnil otlierM, of Mend, curried
an did a recoinmendiitlon to oacour
nco tho dUemployiiieut of mairlml
Nearly an hour wiih taken up lu
heated debate over a resolution hav
ing na Km olijoet plnclut; the conven
tion on roonrd iih favorliiK
whloli would IncriMiio tho rate of! thu Mix hour day. Cliluf
compunaatlou lu vlaw of InurHaatHl ainoiiK thu ttiKUinanta tmod ncaliiHt
living coal and which would abotUli 1 the tiiMMiire wan that It would bo
tirlvate iudiutrlnl hoopltaU Tin liilmlral to the farminK luteront..
wcurliiK f quicker action In tho Tlmt 11 Minuter working day would
makliiK of payment wiih nlno an provide a creator amount of employ
aim of tho committee iiieut mid would not bumper product-
Mr. Mnrnha pointed out that If ' Ion on account of Incroanod elllcleucy.
MAHOGANY CALF OR
INDIAN TAN CALF
From toe to heel X I
the Ruckiiecmt Army Shoe is every inch
a nun' ihoe! Worn by men in all walls of lire
-at all time, in all clluiei. A shoe built for unusual
comfort and extra service. Get a pair today!
At prlnclul dntrn n the 1'ivl'ic Cum. If
jruur tlttUt It nut lurpllrJ, unlcr ilirrct ftom
m r.-i m rr'triMr'ij am p. uciuti
........nw.m.irn ujuwuiuiimii oe ncv.ni an 1-ranclico
leKlxlatlou commltteo aHkltu; thu fur
uIhIiIuk of frco text bookit for tho
public ncliooln of tho Htnto, and onu
KUKKOMtlm; a chniiKo In uxlBtlm; lawn
lo provide for the cnnlual adoption
of a ntnto owned plant to make pox
Hlblo the Inylniv of hard nurfHced
romlH at ool. Dlncumdou of ronolu-
tlona ualllm; for ImlonwineHt of tho
"laud and labor" party. sIiikIh tax.
and 0111 ploy umit Inaurance, nro
Mhadtilml to como up In tomorrow
CoimIiik aa a aurprlaa to many waa
Iho rafuaal of K. J. Hlaek. for Hid
iwal aaveii yaara aMretary-traaaurar
of tho ftata federation, to conaldor
nomination for 'ra-aleotlon. Mr.
Stack declared that ho noedod n roat
and anld that he would not be will
ing to run hkhIii for.'Ofllco. Ho waa
provallod upon, however, to allow
lila uamo to bo und when uornlua-
tloiiH for doloKntoH to tho American
Federation of Labor convontlon woro
called for. ,
Nomination for oltlccs lu (lie feder
ation are an followa:
I'rcHldeiit Otto It. Hartwljr. of
I'ortland; II. A. Stuart, of jPortland.
Vlco-proHldont. Frank Hnnnon.
of Portland; I). K. Nlckoron, of
Secrotory-TreaHuror. It. F. Golst.
of Portland: W. K. Klmoy, of Port-laud.
Kxecutlvo IIoarirMuinbura (ono for
each alty.) Arthur Urock; W. It.
McWado. M. Provo, A. II.- Stein, of
Portland; C. L, Uttor. Antorlu; O. II.
Ilaker, llond; Oconto Dunmeyor, Oro
Kon City; It. J. Cotnor, La Graiulo;
Sandy McLean., Pendleton.
Fraternal Delegate to Waflhlncton
State Federation of Labor convent
Ion Jock IloKon. of Aatorlh; MrH. L.
Geo. of Portland; Frank Curtla, of
Fratornnl DeloKato to Farmer's
Union O. i:. IlilibR, Portland; AIox
MunnlnR, Pendloton; F. K. Coulter.
Delegate to Stato GraiiRC C. C.
IIOMNliiRor, Portland; W. Q. Lynn.
Deli'Riilo lo A. F. of L. Convention
K. J. Stack, Portland: Frank Gold
rnlner, of Portlund; I. V. McAdoo, of
Kloctlon will bo by referendum,
probably within tho next 30 duyn.
At tho cIoho of tho nomination,
tho convention went on record as op
PohIiir tho deportation of Hindus,
and the. aecrotary waa authorised
to wlrft tho Hocrotory of labor to thin
TO BE DEBATED
CHINESE PROHLEM TO
' . I3.E CONSIDERED.
Haul .May Meet Pilnevllle In No-vi'iubei-
('bun in Debate Hliirla
Work for .VeV Veiir llli
-Heenil .Vinv AilrantH.
Tho rimoillon Holoctod for debate,
and Information relative lo tho dlff
trlctltiR of the alato for dobatltiR
purponoH, Rmn from It. W. PreMOtt,
of tho State L'tilvorxlty, Kocrotary
of tho .Stale High Hchool DobatltiR
League thin wook. Tho riuoHtion n
Klgued IIiIm dlHtrlct In: "Itenolvcd,
that the I'nlted StatoM ahould rati
fy no treaty by which China Ik den
polled of the Shantung Ponlnnula."
There In room for much uludy and
argument on thin riucittloti, and an
II dealu with a Hulijcct much dlsput
nd among noiiio of tho leading men
In till country and abroad, It Is
hoped that It will orouiio a great
deal of Intoroflt and onthuslam
among the debater).
Tho countlo In tbl dltrlct are:
Deitchute, Orook, Jefrerson, Shor
man, Waiico and Hood Illvor. All
of IIicho will probably not bo ropre
Hoilted by h debate teain however.
In .fact Crook County lil'gli hcIiooI
la tho only ncliool lu Central Ore
gon bealilen llond that haa annouuoad
It Intention of ontarlng the atnto
laague lhli year. Thla balng tll'a
oaao, Prlnevlllo will very likely' be
Lltand'a Or-t opponent.
Tho rlmt dabate will 1 bald omo
Unto fn November, and thu naalgn
mont or Ride will not be made until
two or three week Iwfore the de
Tho claa In delmte In tho llond
high aohool ha been meeting for
more than two wook. and tho
Mludont have alroady bogun to atudy
tho quostlon. The membora of tho
cIohh are: lllll William. Morlo
MlllorjVern Kief and Julln Kennedy.
IJ0111I ought to havo n winning
team thl year as Williams was n
membor of the team lat year that
made necond place for Horn! lu the
tnto league, and three nro n num
ber of capable debater lu tho high
FOR SALE BY
The Owl Pharmacy
LABOR JOIN IN
NEW PRECEDENT SET
IN CONVENTION. .
A. I', of i. Meeting ltet lu Year,
Declare Pij-Hldent High Coi(
ami Polities I 'eat on; In Ad-
drexses of I-'tetilug.
BwY THE RED CROSS
That uticd clothing Is needed by
tho llond chnptor of tho American
Red CroR was the declaration on
Saturday of Mrs. V. A. Forbo. homo
sorvlco necretary. Any porsons who
can iirhIkI lu this matter nro akod
to loavo bundle of clothing iit Mr.
Forbea olllco In tho Flrt National
MADE FOR BULLETIN
HoproHontlnR tho Audit Bureau of
ClrculatlouH, W. A. Hartlott of Chi
cago was In llond Saturday Inspecting
tho circulation rocordBof Tho Hullo
tln. Itoport fBHiiod by tlio bureau
filvo flgureH a to tho exact paid cir
culation of paporH using 'tholr serv
ice, showing the vuluo of u paper
1111 11 medium of publicity.
BRICK vs. OTHER BUILDINGS
BRICK BUILDINGS IN BEND
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS
FIRE LOSS IN FIVE YEARS OVER
ITx BEND BRICK & LUMBER CO.
The Central Oregon
WiO Pay One Cent
Above the Market
Price for Butterfat
Paid by Portland
Fair, Honest Tests.
The Creamery Should
be Your Assot.
Bring in Your Cream
For tho flrnt time In tho lilatory
of the mate, members of un Oregon
Federation of Labor convention sat
down at the same table with the
business men and mayor of n city
when the btin'itiot given for the
dologatos to -the state labor moat
ing. In prograta here, whh held at
the Pilot Ilutte In Thursday night. A
long program of addreeeea. In which
both bustneas ami labor were repre
sented, was presented by 0. II.
ttaxer, of tho Hand Central Labor
council, the' toaatataater, and the
affair, which began shortly, before
10 o'clock, did not reaeh Ita end
until after 'i o'elock on Friday
More than 160 visiting delegates
and 4helr gueata were present.
Asserting that he haa neyor pre
sided over a convention so full of
hope, p roc res and good Judgment
aa tho one being held horo, Presi
dent Otto II. Hnrtwig, of the federa
tion, reiterated IiIk promise that the
labor mnvernont will not a mark In
Oregon that ovory an, u nro man may
follow, confident that It will mean
the betterment of all mankind.
Sees Safely in Organization.
"Organized labor is- tho safety
valve of tho world," ho said. "If
It worn not for this, wo would bo
In tho tliroos of a violent and bloody
revolution today. Radicalism exists
In exact proportion to tho existence
of causative 'conditions, oud It tho
biiHluoss mon of the country nro
anxious to see It decrease, they will
see to It that Individuals who aro
halting the march of progress nro
swopt aside" In this statement,
Mr. Ilartwlg referred to Judge
(lary, of the United States Stool
corporation, declaring that mon of
his type irre endangering tho ontlro
social fabric of the world.
"Pawing the Huok on tho High
i Coat of Living." was tho subject
i chosen by L. V. iluck, secretary -
troasuror of the Washington Feder
ation of Labor. He maintained that
tho cott of living is not tho result
'or high wages, but that high wages
jure necessitated by the living cost.
lie pleaded for n spirit of tolerance
In Industrial uffulrs, and in touch
ing briefly on the subject of radical
ism asserted that the only way to
keep men from agitating against
grievances is to remove those griev
ances. Cut Consumption, IIoIT'm Advice.
Frank Hannnn of Portland, vico
president of tho Oregon federation,
commented on tho progressive spirit
shown In Dead, and Arthur Brock
of Salem, rovortlng to tho high cost
of living, gavo uls ooliof that this
Is caused by too many peoplo ob
taining n living without rendorlng
an ndoquato return to society.
Stuto Troasuror O. P. .Hoff had
another theory tor tho solution of
high costs. "You must increase
production, or decrease consump
tion, if you would cut prices," ho
argued. "Every time you buy more
than you need you boost prlcos.
liny just what you need and no
more, and prices will soon take a
W. a. Lynn, of tho legislative
committor of tho federation, told of
tho last session of tho Btato legis
lature, and In so doing took occa
sion to launch n blttor attack
against tho Doschutos county mem
bor of tho liuuBo. IIo assorted that
uftor pledging his support to a
cortulu labor ruoasuro, tho Central
Oregon lawmakor changed his voto,
and after tha decision on tho mons
uro was a foregono conclusion
again rovortcd to his original stand.
William A. Dnlzlol, doputy sealer
of 'weights ami measures, ungod tho
adoption In politics of tho slogan,
"Labor Never Forgets," constantly
roforrod to during tho remainder of
tho ovonlng by succeeding speakers,
Irrigation Address Asked,
Mayor J. A. Eastea told nta ap
preciation of the visit of tho dolo-
gates, and dnslred that tblM clfy
I might bo choson for a future con
tention hoforo the lapse of many
vnr. II. J. Overturf. of tlio Com-
nt'Tclal club entertain nx-nt eomtnlr
to, asked that a 10-mlnulo addrona
from Ronio loonl man bo permitted
at tho convention on the subject
of Irrigation. Following a favor
able voto, T. II. Foley, president of
ho Commercial club, appolntod Mr.
Overturf and It. A. Ward to talk
on tho two principal phaaes of tho
aubjoot at today's suasion. Tho
first appolnteo, howovor, resigned,
leaving tho ontlro nddrosa to bo
given by Mr. Ward.
A mores othors on! led on during
tho ovonlng woro II. M. Lorcntscn
of Astoria, who spoko on romcdlal
legislation for tho snlmon Industry,
and Dan Urown of Ln Orande, Mrs.
L. Goo of, Portland. I). K. Nlckorson
of Portland, C. P. Wilson of Pen
dleton. II. F. Golst of Portland,
Deputy Iibor Commissioner W. II.
Flticgerald of Salem, It. V. 8lflon of
Portland, Mrs. K. Wlgmoro of tho
Orange Hall district. Miss Uosafe
Smith of Portland and Arthur Dalo
WOMAN SHOOTS SELF,
WOUNDIS NOT FATAL
Mr. Olpi Power Alili to Cm 1 1 Phyl-
cliin After Firing Shot from
Mr. Olga Powr, realtflug In Ken
wood, allot heraelf with a revolver
early on Saturday. Inflletlng n not
serious flesh wound. Sho hnd still
sufficient strongth to roach tho tolo
phono and call a'physlclnn, and It
was reported todny that sho Is not
In danger. Mrs. Powor has been In
poor health for soveral years past. -It
Korrriinnvn of Hlrkncm.
Indigestion and constipation aro
tho forerunners of half tho Ills ot
mankind. When food is properly di
gested, you are freo from bullous
ness, gas, bloating, sick headache,
sour stomach, coated tongue. Foley
Cathartic Tablets cleanse tho bowels,
sweeten tho stomach and Invigorato
tho liver. Sold Everywhere. Adv.
Villi ran trade nnjtlilug jou have
011 jour 'ranch through The Bulletin
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