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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1918.
U. S. Employment Service
To 'Aid h Reconstruction
Dodge Brothers design
ed this car early in the
war with a definite pur
pose. They sought, primarily,
sure, steady, consistent
from repair, and a very
low haulage cost.
Dodge Brothers have no
hesitation in saying to the
. farmers of America that
they can buy this car with
absolute assurance of the
outcome. " ,
It will prove a long-time
steady paying investment
to any individual or cor
poration who requires
swift and safe transportation.
It will pay you to visit us and examine this car
"The Haulage Cost is Unusually Low"
H F. BONESTEELE
S. Commercial and Ferry Sts. Salem, Ore.
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GUILD HALL, LONDON
(Coin inuod frcsi page one)
Addressed Church ,
r it hU address to the delegation from
the -national council of the evangelic
; 'mi fveo churches ttu president mid:
'Ucutleinc'i: I w very much hon
ored, and I might say, touched by this
' lituutiful addroM that you have just
lead and it is very .delightful to feel
4ke i.iuniiliwliii of spirit which U in
dicated by a leathering Uko this.
,. "You are quite rixht, air, in stiying
it hut I da recognize, the sanction of re
ligion in those times of perplexity with
mutters ao large to settle that no man
can feel that his mlud can compass
"I think ono would go crnssy if he
did not believe in providoiiej. It would
be a mazo without a cine. Unless thero
were some supremo evidoncc we would
despair the result of human counsel.
So that It is with genuine sympathy
that 1 acknowledge the spirit and
thank you for the 'generosity of your
Addressing the league of Nations
Union, which was headed by Viscount
flrey and included the Archbishop of
Canterbury, and Viscount Bryce, the
"Oentleinen. I am very mneh com
plimented that you should como in per-
CouyrlsM natural, ivie
WHA TTHE AMMETER TELLS.
. How much current does your battery give T '
How much does it get?
The answer to both these questions is re
vealed in the swing of the little ammeter
needle. Its motion is the only thing that
can tell you how your electrical system be
haves on the road.
We'll gladly show you how you can read
the ammeter's message.
Ask us, while you're here, for the booklet
"A Mark With a Meaning for You." It tells
what the Willard Mark stands for.
1 1 l IHi I Hi nmil IM ill i
418 Court St;
Degfe & Burrell
' ' Phone 203
son to present this address and I have
been delighted and stimulated to find
the growing and prevailing interest in
the subject of the league of nations,
not only a growing interest merely, but
a growing purpose which I am suro
will prevail, and it is delightful that
members of the government, which
brought this nation into the war be
cause of the moral obligations based
upon troaty should be among those who
have brought mo this paper, because
on the other sido of tho water wo have
greatly admired tho motives and sub
scribe to tho principle which tuat-
od tho government of Great B.itain
in olioying that normal dictate. You
have shown what we must oruiiizo,
namely, that same force and sense or
obligation and unless wo organize it,
tho tiling that wo d.o now will not
stand. I feel that so strong that it is
particularly cheering to know just how
strong and imperative tho idea has be
Felt it Privilege
"I thank you very much, indeed. It
has been a privilege to see you person
ally. 1 was just guying to Lord Grey
that we had indirect knowledge of each
other anil that 1 urn glad to identify
him. 1 feel as if 1 had mot him long
ago, and d had tho pleasure of match
ing minds with Mr. Asquith yesterday.'
in meeting toe various il .'legations
at tho American embassy, the prosi-
lent received assurance from Arthur
Henderson, Viscount Grey, Herbert
Asquith, Viscount Bryce, the Arch
bishop of Canterbury and others that
they would support his peace program.
" Ytour words have touched our
hearts; freedom of the world is near"
said Urey. ,
"('ailing upon the moral influence
of the world, you have summoned the
most powerful of all weapons, the
A memorial from rivo million work
ers, presented to tho president, said:
"Vou have spoken the thoughts and
principles of the silent masses every
where. We support your views, which
have fortified the will and clarified
the vision of organised democracies.
In accepting a memorial from tho
Trades Union council, presented by Ar
thur Henderson, the president said:
"My whole heart is in this matter
and 1 will do everything to attain the
objects we all seek.
- The president stood beside Ambassa
dor Davis' desk, swapped jokes anil
enjoyed himself immensely.
A huge crowd waited outside the
embassy, cheering him when ho enter
ed and when h departed.
Mrs. Wilson was the guest of Mrs.
Lloyd-George at hinchcon today.
Horsss May Lose Their
Last Exclusive Driveway
New York. Dec 23. New Yorken.
have been doing some worrying recent
ly about the city' 5,000,000 "Lone
Tt U lh Harlem river snepdwnv. fa
mine a generation ago as a fashionable
driveway, on which the abnoxioui horse
The war department and the war in
dustries have called upon the U. S. Em
ployment service to gather information
that is absolutely esse lit ml in order that
ffnnfrni.1. tnr Kb motrial. m.v 111,
curtailed or cancelled and the army
demobilized with the least possible dan
ger of serious unemployment during the
period of reconstruction.
la order to comply with these re
quests, says the order, "it will be
necessary each week to secure up-to-
Hntn Mnnluft and Miit-rant in f nrmntinn
from employers .who re factor in the
labor situation regarding the snortage
or surplus of labor' in important indus
trial centers." ,
In joint conference with the repre
sentatives of the war industries board,
ana U. e. employment service, ii nas
been determined to utilize for this pur
pose the community labor boards and
inr.l nffinAn hoDatiio thf pnmmnnitv la
bor boards represent the U. 8. employ
ment service, have had experience m
mobilising labor for war work and are,
1 . , J . u
in many cases, in cioso iuucu uu
,,if;n.. i.,n ami aimiinvora. Resnbnu-
bility for securing desired information
... . .,rTO 1
is placed oirectiy upon me u. o. employ
ment service, and Wilfred 8. Smith,
state director is autnorizea io
in his office an administration unit to
bo known as the "Community Lubor
Will Prepare Lists.
With the assistance of the V.S. local
employment offices the community la
bor boards are requested to prepare lists
of employers who are factors in the la
bar situation and establish personal con
tiict with thoso who arc in ca-x
the employment of labor and secure
duia oy telephone, porsonal inquiry ant
use of the mails. The U. S. employment
service realizes that the most import
ant work sinee its organization is just
ahead in the matter of adjusting em-
. Af la.
ployiuent conuiuoiis, uuiuuuuus
Vw. ...;.;.., mpii ruleased from mili
tary and war industry Borvico to find
d a host of other
matters likely to arise in the near fu
ture. In the tace or pruouiiL uuim".-"-
id future nrosuects, tha ttW.ar.t? oi
individuals nnd the pub.ie genera! y
will bo most welcome.
l-'h.ilrn.nn nf COlllltV COUnciU of do-
i,n Kcon nilitnd to act as bu-
reuu managers in the establishing of
bureaus for the relief of returning sol
diers and suilors, and instructions in
mutters of procedure have Dcen iorwu-
ted to each.
The mutter of placing men in era
...nnt ;u ii now deiiarturo for the
eovernment, but it realizes the import-
mice of tho hsk, ana as mw
function of tho U. 8. employment scr
vico, upon this division has been placed
ii.. ...;i,ii;tv nf nwurinff desired
mo ruaiui"univj v ",11-1
results. And now, with the establish
ment of soldiers bureaus m mo i'8"
towns and cities of the state, with tbt
earnest cooperation ot sucn orguu.--
ions and oines us i -
t u r A Kniorhts of Columbus nnd
iJiu,i,it tnnt. ever rcturn-
Otneia, iv in uu" - ,
iug soldier and sailor may find ready
employment and nemoum.unu..
.-JT-,1 ....; thn nation accomplish-
od without upsetting or disarranging
. . .. ., ii 1... V.n nnun.
the labor situation mrougiiu"!-
my a Few uays
To make that saving on a
Fordson Tractor and Plows ..
If you wish to order a Fordson -At
the present price do so at once.
G.M.C. and REPUBLIC TRUCKS
Tie Valley M
ELBERT THOMPSON, Manager ,
Distributors For Marion And Polk Counties.
227 State Street Salem, Oregon..
loss carriages were not permitted to
trospass. in oraer io "--
...,.i,i immnnitir from easoline od
ors, a law was put through tho state
banninir the horso-
lcss contraptions from tho speedway.
The speedway is a Dcauuiui kbk
J.;,rnnrnv OTtnillllllir for several miles
along the Manhattan bank of the Har
lem river. Tho cost. or. its upaetT "
t.infiiitl v nn lin feelinir citizen, having
observed that the driveway was abso
lutely deserted, drovo his motor car on
it. Ho was nrrested ana nneu
rtromo court upheld the sentence. Stat
isticians who have taken up uolncly
thn snecdwav assert that
us many ns three persons have been
known to rule norsenacn on ui
in ono day, during the
last years, while a horse in harness has
been seen passing ns many as 58 times
:n.;.. 01 tnm, Mont nf these horses
are racers, being exercised by their ten
Motorists want the spoodway openea
to motor traffic like any other parkway
clam the citv is not
or ui"w .,v.j -
getting its money's worth for its as.-
iiOO.OOU and that me roau uiouuu
most tho solo moving figures along tne
long strotch of highway, are having en
tirely too ensy a life. They are plan
um an appeal to the legislature,
BREAKS A COLD
IN A FEW HOURS
first D.S3cf 'Tage's Cold
Coapsxi RelieTCS MI
Don't tey stuffed-npt
II,,! hlnalna nit UmifflinBl A (tOS
of 'Tape's Cold Compound" fkn v-
err two hours until tares noses srw
i.Vmi will n,i nrirtn misnrv and brenfc
up a severe eold either in the head.
chest, body or limbs..
It promptly open elojged-of &
trlls and air pasesages; stops nasty
aiecnarge or new rummm,
.;.w hoifapnK JnllnM. feTrrishnes.
sore throst, sneering, soreness an I
"Tape's Cold Compound" is the
qniekest, surest relief known and costs
only s few cents t drag stores. Tt sets
without assistance, tastes nice, and
eauses no inconvnionee. Don't accept
Cantnin .Tm r"- ' Tumma i-1
in cnariro ox uh u iw -largest
naval bases in France. f
J. R. Gibson Receives
Letter From His Sou
J. E. Gibson has just received a let
ter from his son in France which reads
"Tour most welcome letter of Oct.
13 came last night just as we were go
ing to eat, but I read the letter first.
Soveral of the boys had to fool of
the dollar bill. Anything from Ameri
ca is prized vory highly, as that is the
only place we think of.
"Tomorrow is to be known as "Dads
Victory Lotter Day," and every boy in
the A. E. F. is going to write "dud."
iietters are not to be censored and we
want t0 tell him nil about it, but that
ii impossible. To write all I have writ
ten nioro letters in the last year than
t ovor hope to again.
"Well, the war is over and that is
the main thing and we have little to
do. I expect to leave before long fur
the U. S. which is all wo talk of now.
'Ye left Now York on May third and on
ilio 16th arrived in Liverpool, England.
Ae.it to Winchester then to Aldejshof,
thi .i back to Winchester and then to
South Hampton. Arrived in Franco at
Lellavro July 8th, wont to Kaniarnn
tine. Then to Colombia LeBell, vtiiieh
it in tho mono .of advance or in the
danger zone at the front. Next to Bel
rain where I first saw Fritz. Had an
air raid there and it seemed more like
sport to me, but yet it no fun to have
Pritiji shooting at you.
"I then went to Souilly where I am
now, just ten miles west of Verdun,
which is or was about tho size of 8a
lom. I wont ton miles beyond Verdun,
saw the worst of Hinoy, and it is a
sholl torn country. There is not a tree
..at hna not been hit by a shell twd
thoro is not a window light left in Ver
dun, but tho Germans never took it. I
was in tho German trenches as they
left them and saw many sights.
"Today a French girl has been haul
ing manure past our camp. Tho wagon
is much liko ours, but they have shavs
in it and three horses, one ahead of
tho other. She drovo with one line. We
spoko of her and said 'there was tho
girl for us.' "
Kg Plant Will Be
Located At Hubbard
Thero is no longer doubt about the
mixing plant locating at Hubbard for
hard surfacing the Pacific Highway.
A fow of the 87 cars of asphalt have
been unloaded and other material will
continue to arrive and nil be in place
ear the stockyards, by the time the
While U Wait-
DRIVE YOUR CAR IN-ITS NO TROUBLE
We will change and repair your tire.
Gates Half Soles
onty's Tire Shop
i 154 South Commercial St.
TIRES SERVICE -VULCANIZING
work can begin.
Mrs. M. S. Shrock and sons and Mrs.
Wayne Shrock went to Portland Tues
day morning to spend Christmas with
Mr. Shrock, after a Tery pleasant visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Mrs. W. H. Berry received two let
ters Christmas day from hor son, Leo
eBrry, writon the 22nd and 28th of No
vember. He is in good health and lo
cated at Luxemburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Dirksen Sr., went to
Portland last week to make their home.
Adam White ha? tho place routed and
seeded the crop.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cassidy are now
located at 2902 E. Colfax avonuo, Den
vor, Colo., and are enjoying life accord
ing to a card received Monday.
Miss Mae and Miss Euby Crittenden
returned home last Friday from Eugene
whero they were t&fcing a special courso
at the state university.
Last week S. W. Zehner purchased
the 30 acres of Fred Keller's place that
joins his place on the north. This tract
earries a good deal of timber and is
well watered. Enterprise.
NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS
Take no chances on your radiator
freezing up. Bemember the water in
your radiator ofter being heated over
and over again freezes much easier than
fresh water. Can you afford to tak
the ehanees and run the risk of i
! penso of $100 or more from sheer neg
lect t If you do not want to drain Uie
radiator fill Bame with following mix
ture: 1-3 wood alcohol, 2-3 water and
when you replenish use 1-2 wood alcohol
and 1-2 water.
During a storm at Cottage Grove a
fir tree fell across the house of Budy
Cine whilo the family was asleep and
smashed it into kindling wood. Tho
win i I .. iiiimi.ii.i.iim, Winn, us ji jp,mjii ijinipip
We have some real good buys
in used cars-Not many left
ONE 1918, 490 CHEVROLET THOROUGHLY OVERHAULED AND RE
ONE 1917 MAXWELL 95 PER CENT NEW
ONE 5-PASSENGER FORD NEWLY PAINTED, NEW ENGINE BLOCK
ONE 1916 FORD, 5-PASSENGER, SHOCK ABSORBERS, AT PRE WAR
ONE 1916 REBUILT CHEVROLET, 5-PASSENGER, THE BEST KNOCK
ABOUT CAR IN TOWN
COME EARLY THEY WONT LAST LONG
SALEM AUTOMOBILE CO
F. G. DETANO
246 State Street