Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, May 08, 1918, Page THREE, Image 3

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    THB DAILY CAPITAL JOUSNAL. SALEM. ORE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. 1918.
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11ACCABFES LISTEN
T08PLEKD1DIECTURE
Consnasder Markey Visits
Lodge Here and Talks of V
Warandlhty
Daniel P. Markey, supreme command
er of th .Maccabees delivered a Barring
patriotic address to those who were so
fortunate as to attend the open meeting
of the Maccabees held last evening in
the Derby building.
"I want to see this war go on nnf.il
the beast of Europe Is caged," declared
Mr. Markey. ". "America was the Virst
country to declare that this war was a
war to the finish. I am in favor of this
war not only on account of the prin
ciplea involved, buj because I want to
our
Children Cry
rno
FLETCHER'S
CASTORiA
see it kept 3,000 miles away from
hemes."
The speaker seemed rather embarras
sed that he did not see an American
flag in the lodge room. "If there is any
thing that should be displayed in a
Maccabee hut, it is the American flag,
This hall and every business house
should be decorated with American
flags." Ships and more ships, combin
ed with the manhood of iie nation will
let the kaiser know he cannot pass, de
clared the speaker. , '
Mr. Markey is also an insurance ex
pert and so recognised in all fraternal
circles. He said that out of every 100
that go to war, statistics show thoi, 86
will return anil that SO will ira through
the ordeal in good physical condition. I
Ue was glad to say that the Maea!
bees were taking care of all Jieir fra-!
ternal insurance, paying so xar out of
tb.o general relief f uud. A patriotic fund
had been -created by the levy of 1
per capita, to be used if necessary.
The first man who lost his life in
the navy was a Maccabee, he said, and
the $1000 insurance was paid three days
after receiving notice of his death, lie
fcl' assured that fraternal insurance
would grow, since the government had
endorsed insurance and had givn re
turning soldiers the privilege of trans
ferring their policies to any company
after their return.
Mr. Markey joined the Maccabees 35
6 Bcu-ans
Hot water
Sure Relief
BELL-ANS
FOR INDIGESTION
years go,-hn is he said, he bad a
wife aud two children aud was teach
ing school in northern Michigan at $30
a month. At that time the lodge num
bered 60 tents with 1000 members. Now
there are 5,400 tents, the membership is
300,000 and the lodge has assets of J--,-000,000.
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NON PARTISAN SENTENCED
Red Wing, Minn., May 8. N. S.
Randall, lecturer for the National Non
Partisan League, convicted of : utter
ances tending to discourage . enlist
ments in the United 8ute army and
vesterdav sentenced to four
mouths in the county jail here, fined
$230 and ordered to pay eoun.
costs. A stay of sentene for sixty
days, pending an appeal for a new
trial, was granted.
Ullltilillt illVtM?? !!!!!!! nliUUn II I
COME AND SEE THE KIDDIES
100 CHILDREN DIRECT FROM FAIRYLAND. ALL IN GORGEOUS ARRAY
SUNBEAMS AND BUTTERFLIES, ROSEBUDS AND JUNE BUGS.
Two Hours of keenest enjoyment Given by the Children's Dancing Classes of
Mrs. Ralph White, for a Patriotic Cause. At the Grand Opera House, Fri
day evening, May 10th, at 8 p. m. Special Matinee for children, Saturday
afternoon 2 :15. Tickets on sale at Opera House Drug Store, Friday Morning.
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CIMIAH HEAD
OF DEPARTMENT
IS BEING URGED
Another Schwab Needed To
Inject Some Pep Into
Bureau Affairs
By Carl D. Groat ;
(Vnited Press Staff Correspondent)
Washington, May 8. Appointment of
a civilian head of the ordnance depart
ment is being strongly urged in many
i quarters.
i Coincident with a thorough mvestiga
I tion Secretary Baker is making into the
.ordnance station, the demand for "a
I Schwab" to "pep up" ordnance pro
duction is increasing.
General Williams, rated high as an
ordnance expert, has taken hold of the
department, while Ueiwral Wheeler, for
mer head, is now in Europe. The situa
tion eoufronting Williams is admittedly
none too good.
Those urging appointment of a civil
ian chief say there is a big function
for the military man in the ordnance
situation, but that it lies in distribu
tion to th.? forces in the field rather
than in getting vast production quickly
and efficiently.
Yir.ninlly every phase of ordnance
production aside from machine guns and
rifles nnd some forms of ammunition is
a source of worry to men directly con
nected with the task.
At present it is difficult to chart in
definite figures just where the ord
nance situation stands. Secretary Ba
ker confesses he doesn't know where
the machine gun matter stands. Tho
policy of silence covering many phases
of war work have k.pt ordnance like
airplanes from public notice most of
the time until now when reorganization
and investigation are becoming the pop
ular watchwords.
bug drive ami
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THE GREAT DISSOLUTION
HOE
CONTINUES
One partner wishes to withdraw his interests from our firm and in order to
raise the required cash to pay him his money we will make a GIGANTIC
SHOE SALE, BEGINNING FRIDAY, MAY 3RD AND ENDING SATUR
DAY, MAY 11TH. ,
We are particularly anxious to raise several thousands of dollars at once and
to do so will make these
U EXTRAORDINARY REDUCED PRICES
Littler and Upmeyer will be the sole owners and no one else will be interested
hereafter. For the present, to raise this sum of money at once we are wiling
to make this
GREAT SACRIFICE OF PROFITS. CUT PRICES ON ALL SHOES
LADIES' PUMPS AT CUT PRICES
$4.00 grades at ... 95c to $2.78
$4.50 Grades at . . $1.95 to $3.45
$5.00 Grades at ...... . $2.95 to $3.35
And many others at equally low
prices.
LADIES' FASHIONABLE SHOES
$7.50 Pearl Grey Kid, cloth top
to match $6.68
$7.50 Ivorv Kid, Gold Cloth top $6.19
$6.50 Black Kid, Grey or
Sand Tops ... $4.95
$6.00 Black Patent Black Cloth
Tops ...$.... $3.83
$6 Black Kid Grey Cloth Tops $3.90
Military Heels, Small Sizes only.
White Shoes in Kid, Canvas and
Nubuck at . . . .$5.48 down to $1.79
All sizes.
White Canvas Pumps, $2.69 down
to 89c
Misses' Canvas Pumps, $2.35 down
to 89c
All kinds of Children's Shoes at
prices cut badly.
MEN'S SHOES
$7.50 Velour, Button, Welt, New
" Modified English last, fine and
up-to-date - $5.95
V 00 Grades at $4.95; others at $5.20,
$3.95, $3.89, down to $2.95.
Dark Brown English' Neolin Sole,
worth $7.50, at $6.18
Heavy Work Shoes $4.69
down to $2.95
Boys" Fine and Heavy Shoes.
$4.00 Calf Button Neolin Soles,
sizes 1 to 6 at ....,$3.20
$4.00 Calf Button or Lace Leather,
sizes 1 to 6, at $3.20
Same in sizes 10 and 13 at ... . $2.95
Others in Heavy and Light
at $2.95, $2.85, $2.65, $2.60 on down
to $2.15
Men's Sox with a pair of shoes; two
pairs at the price of one.
Closing Out Sale
of Embroideries
$6.00 values $2.00
$5.00 values $1.77
$3.50 values $1.00
$1.00 values 50c
85c values. . . 39c
Values to 15c
now
10c
One assortment
values to 15c
now, yard. . lc
QcsEg Oat Sale
of Laces
Values up to
$1.50 now. .35c
Values to 85c
now ...... 19c
Values to 10c
now 5c
Values to 8c
now 4c
One assortment
values to 15c
now ....... lc
Closing Out Sale
of Dress Goods
$4.00 values $3.49
$3.75 values $3.00
$3.50 values $2.78
$3.00 values $2.67
$2.25 values $1.80
$1.95 values $1.49
$1.65 values $1.37
$1.50 values $1.24
$1.35 values $1.00
75c values.. -Sic
60c values .. .49c
Closing (hit Sale
of Women's
Umbrellas
$1.50 values.. 98c
$1.75 values $1.19
$2.00 values $1.39
$2.25 values $1.69
$2.50 values $1.94
$2.75 values $2.19
$4.00 values $3.44
$5.00 values $4.44
$11 values $8.25
Men's Umbrellas
also at Closing
Out Prices.
THE EFFICIENT WOMAN
The foundation of efficiency lies in
a robust, healthy constitution. When
ill. weak and suffering-(from drag-
Ring down ,pnin9. uKiammawry ami
ulcerated leondiltions or displacement
Iwith consequent backache, headaches',
nervousness and ."the blues," no wo
man can be efficient, or hardly a fit
conrpanion to live with. If every wo
mua in this condition would only givo
that most successful of all root and
herb remedies, Ijjrtlia K Prnkham'g
Vcaetable Compouhd. a trial, she
would soon bo restored to health and
reach the goal of her ambition for
personal efficiency.
JUDMNDlsicORES
(Continued from page one)
ECONOMY BASEMENT
SPECIALS
Waist values up to $3.00
row
Great values in
Hats (Straw).
Boys' Suits
. 50c
rdon
$3.85
Corner Court and
Gsml Street, Salem
We thank you for your patronage in the past year and solicit your future
business. We promise satisfactory wear and service and suggest that you
cannot afford to miss this GREAT SHOE SALE. Come before the lines are
broken. We will have plenty of help to serve you promptly.
167 North Commercial St
Salem Oregon
LITTLER & ' UPMEYER
Sole ProBrietors
William Haywood, chief defendant, iiii
answer to the judge's query, caiil tlie
"bulletin" formerly was the "Indus-:
trial Worker," of Spokane, and might
be called an I. V. W. organ. H. L. Var-i
ney, whose namo was mentioned as
author of the article which stung Judge
Lnudis, is a St. Louis newspaperman,
Havwood said. .
The matter to which the judge took
exception said the I. W. W. knew it
wouldn't receive justice and as a final
warning asserted that there were 200,
ilOO persons in the organization.
Jeoige 1'. Vanuervecr, chier counsel
for the defense, spiritedly seconded the
judge. "It was a bonchead trick," ho
told the dfndantg.
A hint that jh government will seek
to prove the I. W. W. received outside,
possibly foreign support, was given
when attorneys asked an accountant
who analyzed tl.o I. W. W. books if the
"receipts from other sources" includ
ed German or Austrian donations.
What happened to .(.he quarter of a
million dollars paid in the I. W. W.
treasury , in six months after America
declared war will constitute one of the
government's main lines of inquiry.
Overriding protests troin attorneys
Air the 112 I. W. W. leaders on trial,
Judge Landis permitted an accoun ant
to testify as to receipts of the organ
ization,
William Havwood, secretary and exec
utive head of the I. W. W. claimed he
received a salary of $90 a month. Othel
workers professed modest salaries.
L W. W. Organization
Had Plenty of Money
Chicago, May 8. The I. W. W. wan
no poverty stricken organization ac
cording to F. W. Bailey, Minneapolis
accountant, who analyzed books seized
iu William Haywood's offices. His
i testimony today in the trial of 112
1 1. W. W. charged with sedition showed
I the organization collected 1271,217
from ill sources between April ami
August, 1C917,
TODAY
TOMORROW
DOUBLE
SHOW
essue fiayakwa
In
"THE HONOR OF HIS HOUSE"
Teeming with suspense, chock-a-block with thrills, with '.
a thread of glorious love woven through it all
Vsl j k
Wm. S. Haft
In
"The Last Card"
Added
Attractions
Educational
Uncle Sam and His
Boys
The OREGON
COMING FRIDAY-ANN PENNINGTON IN "SUNSHINE NAT
COMING SUNDAY-DMAS FAIRBANKS IN "MR. FIX IF
Tool of Germany
Dictator of Ukraine
Zurich. May 7. General .Skoropnuski,
who has proclaimed himself "hctnian"
of Ukraine, lias dissolved the central
and little rada and all peasants com
mittees and has annulled nil previous
decreases of tho rada ai;d liunuian
provision!'.! governments, according to
advices received here today.
The "liftman" declared that all
future culture and civilization will bo
on the lifisis of private property.
"Thanks to the powerful help of the
central empires, who aro faithful to
their promise, we can continue the
fight for the future gecjrity of Uk
raine," Skoropauslii said.
Ukralneans Protest.
Moscow, May 7. The Ukrainian
The receipts showed decided in- government Das forwardod a protest to
i ereAflp dnrillff the harvest months. Berlin, declaring that unless General
iwhen many members were at work In Voa Kichorn, tne German military
I the fields. Jn round numbers the in- commander in Tlkraine, and Herr Von
icome was: initiations $57,712: dues. SchWaenstein, the German ambasnador,
$74,500; other sources $137,000. re recalled, the government will ro-
'gn it was learned here today.
PBO GEBMAN B HAIK CUT ;
College Suspended
refused to leava his lmohs. Student
learned him out! bodily.
n , r. n Two firemen wort slightly, injuroil,
Uwinff to rire Uania2!e!o"8 froin ,niiinK a,,d tl"'
!? j other by a fairing beam. Tho bla.o
Oakland, Col., May 8St. Marys r three- hours. Lack of .water
siisjicnded for the Zjto rn. BV r
tnainnor on tne )ring term, following j,(lir hundred etiuloutg had just aa
tlio fire yesterday afternoon which Li,i.iHrt for lafteraoon Classen when
jrac,tiiiily destroyed the main build- fho'ffre started. All of them niartJicd
ing of tho institution. j to safety flnd later did some horoio
liowt to tho building and library was ;.t, earrvinir valuable booka, pa-
estimated at $(i0,000. .. g'atuary out of the buililin.
A small part of the half million pol- Th ,.allBe 0f t,ie f,i,0 stil is undoter
lar library ws destroyed. When the 1,;,,, today,
flames mtmaced tho library, Brother m
c.haj'jjo uf the library for many years,
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
San Eafael, Cal., May 8- Henry
Zaug, a native of Switzerland, was
founii late last niyht tied to a tree
1
Hike
days! ft
.HIST filVFMF - W
PostToasties tl
CMDE OF CORN) U
in the court house yard, and with his
hair clipped in the form of a cross.
He said 25 masked night riders had
clipped his hair and threatened him
with more serious injury if ho mado
any more pro-German remarks.
aug bad told the local draft board
his syuipathies were with Germany.
SOCIALISTS ABE SENSIBLE
Chicago, May 8. The rational exec
utive conimitteo of the socialist party
at a meeting here today rejected re
quests from Iwal organizations for a
referendum on the war. It set August
10 as a date for a meeting here of
state secretaries and national party of
ficials to. state anew the position of
American gocialists- A referendum
was held to be inadvisable in view of
the strict provisions of the espiiag
and sedition a:ts.
The Stirring Patriotic Pict ure of the decade with
the same name as the popular song.
A genuine Red Cross Ambulance in action, U. S. S. .
Recruit, first time in pictures.
OVER THERE
Ladies' Matinees
Each lady attending Thursday and Friday Mat
inees will receive a beautiful 5 color "Liberty"
Calendar. Starts Thursday for three days.
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