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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY. JANUARY 27, 1919.
HEN BEHIND ACTION
These Are Charges Made By
Edward Morris. Refer
red To "Subtle Seven"
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certainly healed that eczema
Now that you can peer into your tortures that eczema brings how
glass without a frown, you are free they gradually overcame that irritat
to tell others about your good fortune, ing and painful eruption, until today
You can tell them how Rcsinol Oint- you may once more mingle with
ment and Resinol Soap relieved the your friends unashamed.
Resinol Ointment is a doctor's formula, prescribed by many physicians
throughout the world. At all druggists.
IN DAIRYING SUCCESS
Carden Road Cheese Copasy
Tho cooperative idea 1ms proven a
lliuon to many n farming community in
the northwest. It hn8 been carried out
through tho Grunge, through tha Agri
cultural council, and tho cooperative
creameries and cheese factories. Anil
The Big Smile Show
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I A5-Act Comedy
Drama As.l a
OTHER FEATURES TOOi
In fall co-operiaji wit'i
the cily board of health
1 Yp I .ifiAirfv
now is the time- when ii should be tho
greatest factor in solving the difficul
ties of tho Marion county fanner and
dairyman, Cooperative buying, produc
ing and selling may prove his salvation
in tho present condition of the mar
kets. A caso in point is the Garden Tioad
j Cooperative, I'liees1: 'o. 0ie of tho
iitucKhuIdei'8 nuiki's the to. lowing state
ment: "Tho farmers of the d op.-pative
Creamery have been reaping - seme
mighty big profits lately, with but
tert'at bringing 511 cents a pound. This
ab'O applies to patrons, and it is an-
'tii'.i:atcd tlmt thrt company will )).
paying dividends in the near future.
Ucwitles getting the highest jirice, for
their biitterfnt tho patrons are enti
tled to their percental' of whey, which
can b". fed to hurts with wonderful re
sults. The cheese market has been so J
strotiB that it has been impossible for
! tho company to fill its orders, and
ichceno experts predict that the indus-l
try will continue to be good for years 1
to come. j
"Tim Harden Kond company is strict
ly a fanner1 g concern. There is no inid-j
idlemnn and mil the profits go to them- ;
VHUVrw. i Hi-J II"" lin n unti timsu i"m
or by tho month. j
"Tho time has come" when farmers,
a'ro .getting wiro to tho benefit of .or-1
ganiz.nt.ion and are saving all the prof-1
itw. whoro on tho other hand the mid
dleman fakes all tho profit. .Large
dairies, depending on the factories to
convert their raw material into a pro
duct of value, should take an interest
in this organization so as too obtain
.for them tho highest price for milk.
Tho company has in their employ an
expert cheese maker, und the entire
output of the factory has been going
to local dealers for the la ft two months
There hits been some minor that the
factory was on the verge or bankruptcy
but this comes from some ' ignorant
bnnehead, and is without foundation."
I Whon you uso Journal clnssifi-
i ed ads get what you want tlv;m
I to they work fast.
By Raymond Clapper
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Washington, Jan 27 Wealthy agents
of livestock growers are behind at
tempts to legislate against the big pack
ers, Edward Morris charged todny.
Ho referred to the "subtle seven"
members of the market committeo of
tho American National Livestock asso
ciation, declaring them responsible for
the federal trade commission's probe
and the resulting bills to regulate the
This organizatiAn, Morris said, raises
$150,000 annually. Morris read a pro
pared statement before the house Inter-
stale commerce committee. Attorneys
ami ndvisers s;vt just behind him.
"I have known for some time that
soma l'iiiiiiiciiil life blood has been re
sponsible for the propaganda which has
boon swooping the country against the
p?..-king interests," Morris declared,
readme from tho prepared statement.
"Tho "subtle teven" were not nam
ed. "Wo have remained silent thiough
years of abuse," said Morris. The pack
ers stand before tho American people
with clean hrnds.
"I do not charge, or even intimate,
that this fund was used for any improp
cr purposes," he continued, referring
t the livestock association's annual in
come. ' "But its si to would ninko it
rather dry'gorous if it should happen to
get into any improper channel. Wheth
er this $150,000 fund had been the In
spirational source of the anti-packer
crusade, I do not know."
Armour Admits Control.
Washington, Jan. 27. Packers son-:
trsl ration-wide buying of lines rnd cut
'1.', J. Ogden Armour admitted ny.der.
questioning by Francis J. Honey today j
befoVo tho senate agricultural commit
tee. Chicago pinchers kept in constant
touch with their buyers at Fort. Worth,
Kansas City, Oinivlm, Sioux City and
St. i'uul, Armour said.
Honey charges packers with at
tempting to control livestock nssocia
tions. With Armour as a reluctant witness,
Ifeney attempted to tnvco tho network
by which ho alleged tho packers have
tried to tighten thoir hold on tho mat
supply and to reinforco their fiuaueiu!
lie delved into alleged packer control
of streetcar linos at Kansas City and
Sioux City, banks in all packing cities,
canneries on tho Pacific coast and vast
tracts of irrigated lands in California.
Armour Bhowed signs of irritation.
Honey developed the following:
Armour, Swift and Morris have joint
interests in tho Western Meat company
of Ban Francisco.
Cudehy and Wilson are the only big
packers owning individual plants in
Charges were made that Armour,
Swift and Morris refused to compete
in California becauso of their joint hold
CONFIRMS APPOINTMENT OF
Washington. Jan. 27. -Tho senate to
day confirmed tho appointment of the
To bo ma jor general, Robert L. Bill
iard. To 1m brigadior generals George
W. Head, Charle 11. Knar, Charles T.
Menoher, Jame8 W. Me Andrews, Wil
liam G. If nan, James G. llardbord,
John L. Hinos and Charles T. Summer-all.
AGREED ON FAMINE FUND
Washington, Jan. 27. Conferees to
day agreed on tho flOO.000,000 famino
fund bill. 'Senate amendments ex elud
ing from relief Germany, Austria, Tur
key and Bulgaria, but. including Syr
ian, Greeks, Armenians and other
Christian populations of Asia-Minor
ami providing that wheat to be donat
ed to the needy shall be bought in the
I'nitid S'ates, were adopted.
WAS S'29TH INSTEAD OF S28TH.
JLL . 0 O O
Buy Merchandise in many lines at before the war wholesale
prices. Only THREE WEEKS until we vacate one building
and the other in less than FIVE.
COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS AND SAVE MANY DOLLARS BY BUYING HERE NOW.
$ WE ARE ACTUALLY GIVING YOU DOLLARS AND CENTS IF YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE
A skirt, tronssr, or a combined
coat aiul trcuser hanger free to
any one purchasing two dollars
or more of Merchandise in this
One Assortment. Values
to $5; row
KEN'S DERBY HATS
Values to $4. now
MEN'S LINEN COLLARS
6 for 2Sc
AH Wool Suits
One assortment values 'O
to $25 00, NOW JgP )
months nor more thau one year, or by
a fino of not losa thau $100 nor more
than $300, or both.
Senators Thomas and Lachmund arc
the authors of a bill introduced today,
which provides' that tho county court
must advertise bids for all supplies or
machinery for 'the use ofthc county
of a value of more than $300. Tho ad
vertisement must be published not loss
than three weeks in the official county
SSeuate Bill 65, by Ncrhlad, was paus
ed by tho senate today. It provides that
a city having a population of 25,000
or less may use funds from its general
tuna to detrnv a portion of the expense
of improving a' street or road which
connects with a stae or county high
way. He said the purpose of Die bill
was to enable tho citv of Astoria to
improve the street which connects with
tho Columbia river highwny.
By the provisions of Senate Bill 55,
which was passed today by the senate,
the employers' liability act is amended
so as to authorize executor or an ad
ministrator of the estate of a person
who has been killed by accident to
suo for damages in the event no rela
tives of tho deceased prson live within
Congress is memoralized tfl pass sen
ate biil 4283, which enlarges the ter
ritory in Crater Lake National park,
by a house joint memorial passed today
by the senate. .
SMphi&g Strikes In
Both Britain And Ireland
U Get them now. The spring goods will be no cheaper
J? aru thfl mmlitv will hp tin hfttpi.
PAPER HANCERS ARE AVAIL ABLE AT PRESENT '
Get our Rock Bottom Prices on
Rugs, Draperies, Furnilare
Wii.shiosrton, a.In. 27. The war do
rai'tmtnt nimounccd today that, thru
r.n error on Saturday, it, appeared tho
I'.Sili infantry was coming home, but
tluu iii;.li'ad, the a iiumncoiueiit should
havo boon that the 329th infantry,
aboard tho Minnckahihi, is due in New
York February 1. Tho 328: 1 infi.ntry
is rMt yet in vr'oritv
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months nor more than one vcar, or by
a fine of not less than $."0 nor more
j than $200, or both.
The penalty for stealing a machine is
imprisonment in the penitentiary for
; not less than one or more than 10
i years ?r by imprisonment in tho county
j jail not less than six months nor mere
j than one year, or by a fine of not less
I than $500" nor mors than $.1000. or by
The penalty for taking machinO
merely for a joyride is imprisonment
in tho county jail not less than three
London, Jan. 27. Nation wide ship
building strikes were nnder way today
in Great Britain and Ireland. Other
industries were being rapidly tied up
by sympathetic strikes.
Tho City of Belfast was practically
paralyzed by a general strike called in
sympathy, with the walkout of forty
thousand shipyard employes who de
manded d 44 hour week.
Twelve thousand shipbuilders in Lon
don went out today' asking increased
A partial strike was ono in tho Glas
poic voids and threatened to become
complelo before night. Shipbuilders and
engineers in tho Loith and Edinburgh
yards also quit work and threatened
a f.y;i.puthotic walkout of all allied
trades unless their demands were grant-'
cd. ' '
March Says Troops Will All
Washington, Jan. 27. Within six
months all of America's soldiors who
are now in Franco will have been re
turned to tho United States except
those left for joint police work with
tho allies, Ooneral March, chief of
staff, told the senate military affairs
March said thero are 1,800,000 Am
erican troops abroad. As soon as Ger
man ships for which Edward Hurley is
negotiating, are available tho troops
will come homo at the rate of 300,000
a month, March said.
Ho alsq told tho committee that by
March 1 the 785,000 men remaining in
camps in tho United States will be
demobilized, except for tho few need
ed to csro for the cantonments.
CONFERRED WITH DELEGATES
Paris, Jan. 27. President Wilson
conferred at noon today with other
members of the American peace dele
gation and Edward Hurley and Sam
uel Gompers, presumably about the in
torantional labor legislation. Tho con
ference was at .American headquarters
in the Hotel (Villon.
Basle, Jan. 27. The Poles havo pro-,
claimed a state of siege in tho teri
tories newly occupied bv them, p 'Ms
patch from 'Berlin reported today. Ger
man tioops guarding tho eastern fron
tier lu.vc been strongly reinforced.
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