Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, February 05, 1919, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    PAGE SIX
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Stop
Look
Listen
Here's a Special for a fast Run and No Delays.
Until further notice we will give one tube free with each casing purchased
in our store.
We have on the way a 250 ton press for solid tires. See us about your
truck tires.
We have just installed a new battery service station, an expert in charge.
The best equipped repair and vulcanizing shop in Salem.
Bring in your ol dtires and let us look them over.
A full line of accessories.
PHONE 66 219 S. Commercial Street
CALL OUR FREE SERVICE CAR WHEN IN TROUBLE.
President Adheres To 3-Year
Navy Building Program
Washington, Feb. 4. The president
still adheres to his desire for a largo
navy and is "insistent and earnest"
that a new three year building program
be Authorized, Chairman Padgett of
the house nvcal committee, told the
house today at 'the opening of debate
on the new navy bill.
This, Padgett said, was the sense of
a cable from tho president to secre
tary of the Navy Daniels and was the
chief factor in causing the house nav
al committee to submit a unanimous
report.
He refused to give tho text of the
president 's jcalblogram. (J the house
but denied the words "fatal to my ne
gotiations," had been used in the way
made public today.
"Don't you think the house ought to
know tho reasons 'that caused members
of the naval committee to change their
minds." Representative Mann of Illi
nois asked.
Representative Longwoirth, Ohio,
read from the speech of the president,
in which he said that congress) will
"know all 'that I know."
Padgett said tnat any story that he
or any other committee member had a
message from tho president wag inac
curate. Progessive Senators
Plan Speaking Tours
Washington, Feb. 5.; Progressive sen
ators today planned speaking tours' af
er March 4 to advocate a nnmber of
measures intended to make the people
more satisfied and render it more diffi
cult for bolshevist propagandists to fiud
! hearers.
Senators Borah, Hiram Johnson, Kom
you jEnd Poindexter are tho ones wh
will probably do the campaigning.
Borah outlined his message to tho peo
plo as follows:
"You can do whatever you want tc
do with your government, without In
augurating i: reign of bloodshed, whole
sale assassination and destruction of
proporty. You havo the ballot."
Tho measures theso progressives ad
voir. to include:
lictnrn of American soldiers, elimina
tion of militarism, and complete removi
al of repressive measures upon speech
and tho press. ?
FOOD FOB GERMAIrtJ
Drastic Measures To
Enforce Fcad Regulations
By Webb Miller
(United Press Mnto correspondent)
Oobleuz, Feb. 4. The civil affairs son
tion of the Third nnny notified Gor
man authorities in tho occupied aren
today that - drastic meastiros must br
ti.ken to enforce food regulations. Tho
Germans were warned that the Ameri
cans arc not satisfied with the activi
ties of the German food ministry and
that horeafter tho Third r.rmy will take
no further action tutward conservation
of tho food supply, (he responsibility
resting solely with the German offi
cials. The Gorman authorities reci'utly issu
ed a proclamation that hereafter paper
m.iney of which there are millions of
marks in circulation in tho Rhine pro
jvinces will not bo accepted as legal
lunuer. Aiueiican army oriicinis noti
fied the Germans today that such paper
money tenderod by Americans must be
accepted, becnuso of the largo amount
in the hands of American soldiers.
Berlin, Feb. 4. Four British and Am
erican cruisers have entered tho Kibe,
en routo to Hamburg to protect steam
ers loaded with foodstuffs, it waB re
ported hero today...
Several large steamers have left Kocii
igsburg bound for London.
Hamburg is expected to bo the cen
tral distributing point for food supplies
to-Germany by the allies.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY'jOURNAL WW ADS PAY
6 Bell-ans
Hot water
Sure Relief
BELL-ANS
FOR INDIGESTION
McAdoo Attorney For
United Artists Company
Xog Angeles, Cal., Feb. 5. William
(j. McAdoo, former secreta ry of the
treasury, hag accepted appointment s-s
attorney for the United Artists com
pany, tho organization of motion pic
tuie stars recently formed here to pre
vent formation of an alleged movie
trust.
"khe announcement wag made today
fiuin tho Fairbnnks studios, following a
meeting with McAdoo. Douglas Fair
banks, Mary Pickford, William S.
Hart, Charlie Chaplin and D. W. Grif
fith are the organizers of the new company.
PBIZE HOESE FOE FOCH
Paris, Jan. 13. (By mail.) Mar
shall Foch has a new horse.
Puritan, a 3 year old bay mare, se
lected by experts as the best horse in
France for a marshal of France to
ride, is a present to Foch from the
Horse Breeders' association of the
Lower Pyrenncs. Hundreds of candi
dates for the honor of ,being tho great
warrior's peace stoe-d 'were examined
by representatives of the association
befloro tho selection was made.
Puritan's price was $5000.
Puritan, from the stables of Henri
Berthot, near Orthez, won first prize
in the Pau horso show last year.
LITTLE NATIONS
(Continued from page 1.)
and possibly later in public speeches in
various parts of the country. Tho first
difficulties in formation of the lcaguo
havo been overcome through general ac
quiescence in its broad principles but
tho reel test of its success will be in
tho reports of the committees which
are handling actual formation and ap
plication of theso principles. Despite
recent indications that Wilson might
not find it necessary to mnko a second
trip to Paris, it was learned today that
there is a possibility he will desire to
return and personally seo that there is
n0 miscarriage of his ideas, particularly
us regards tho league of ntions.
DELEGATION FROM
(Continued from page one)
legislation where only one county was
NOTICE!
This store will be closed
all day THURSDAY.
In Preparation for the .Greatest Sale in, the
history of this store. Watch papers and win
dow displays.
Court and Commercial Sts
Old White Corner Building
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
interested.
School tcachors and their devious way
of signing up for a school and then go
ing out on a hunt for a better job came
in for some strong remarks this morn
ing. The present law provides that a
toacher may break a contract within 30
days of the time his or her school is to
begin, but the school district is tied
as soon as tho contract ig signed. As
a result, many districts find the teacher
that had signed up had got a better
job and at the last moment, the district
was taking any teacher iu sight.
To remedy this one sided affair, Mr.
Dodd introduced a bill wherein tlrt
school teacher could not break a con
tract within 90 days of tho date set for
tho beginning of school. It was inti
mated that Mr. Churchill was opposed
to tho 90-day limit and that on his rec
ommendation, tho committee in charge
of the bill recommended that tho bill
providing for the 90 day be not passed.
It just happens that in the house are
a dozon mon who are serving on school
boards and have all suffered from the
one Bided contract. Honce the roport
of the committee as opposed to tho 90
day limit met with no favor. The bill
was referred and will come out of the
committee with the recommendation
that teachers be not allowed to break
their contracts within 60 days of. the
beginning 0f their school. ''
An untimely end and an early grt.vtj
was in store for the bill proposing it
poll tax of $5 on every voter in Ore
gon. It is "indefinitely postponed"
and when this happens to a bill it means
a funeral.
Home's bill proposing a Btiper tax on
arablo land not in cultivation was also
buried this morning. Mr. Home waa
sorry the men did not seo things his ,
w;'.y, as he felt there was much good
to be accomplished by placing a super
tax on big farms that should bo in cul
tivation, yet were left remaining id!o
Dy tne owners.
Speaker Jones was ruthorizod to sign
a certain telegram and send to tho Ore
gon representatives in congress support
ing the proposed yill wherein nil dis
charged soldiers nro to be given six
months' pay, the usual allowances and
a new suit of clothes. Tho house thus
goes on record as, favoring such a bill
by the national congress.
All tnxes not paid on or before Oct.
jo of each year are declared to become
delinquent and if not paid by Nov. 5
following, a five per cont penalty is
I placed. The bill provides a change i
I the law to the effect that penalties
hereafter, instead of going into the couii
,ty fund, shall revert to tho taxing dis;
Met whero tho penalties aro paid.
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Our big: SALE OF LAST WEEK, when we made the straight cut of 16 2-3 per cent (or 1-6) discount from our "REGULAR SELLING PRICES" in order to clear our shelves for the Spring
g&ds, was certainly appreciated by Salem people, for, despite the 16 2-3 per cent cut, our cash at the close of Saturday night showed the biggest business of any day since we opened inthfsrcn
But we have too many goods and we will
REPEA T
THE OFFER OF LAST
WEEK
FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OF THIS WEEK, FEBRUARY 6th, 7th and 8th, WE WILL AGAIN OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT
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EXCEPT THE RUBBERS and the lines on which we have already made cuts amounting to from 20 per cent to 50 per cent of their value. NOTHING ELSE RESERVED. BUSINESS IS GOOD
AND GETTING BETTER ALL THE TIME, BUT WE JUST MUST HAVE MORE ROOM on our shelves so you can profit by our loss of profit However, you will have to be here as they will
surely go rapidly and we might net have your size left in the shoes you want.
THIS OFFER IS GOOD FOR THE THREE DAYS ONLY-THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
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