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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY. MAY 13. 1919.
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THE BROADWAY STARS"
One of Tally's" Best
MOUNT ANGEL LINES
liP FORGGGD ROADS
Making Plans For Changing
Commercial Club To Com
Mount Angel is lining up not only
1 with good roads but with the now Idea
of re-organixing. its Commercial club in- J
to community club which is to include
, not only the business and professional
1 men of the city, but the farmers ia the
omnuiuity as well.
At the meeting hold last night at the
city hull, attended by the active boost
ers of the city, an address was delivered
by T. E. McCroskey, manager of the Sa
lem Coniuicrieal elub.
After the first of the month the Stock at the
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MM WT HOLDS
lie advocated the forming of a com
munity club which waa to include every I
tanner wbo traded at Mount Angel, aa
well aa the business men of the city. He
said their interests were identical and
that when the farmer prospered, it
meant additional prosperity for the city
shore they were accustomed to do business.
To make it moro agreeable for the1
farmer and his family, Mr. Mel'roskoy
advised the Jit. Angel club to prepare a
rest room. Also when organizing tho
community elub, to include the farmer
among its active members and to iusist
upon the tanner taking an active parti
iti the club 'a work.
As to what a community elub could
do, Mr. McCroskey suggested that lie
first work might be in organizing a
cow testing association and Jaiey tn
making the uunuul Mt. Angel oru show
the greatest ever held in the community.1
Father Dominic spoke supporting the
organization of the community club
whereby the men in the country adjoin
ing Mt. Angel should take an active
part in tho club's woik. lie also spoko
in favor of giving more attention to the
planting of live ami ten-acre tracts in
tho vicinity of Mt. Angel.- When it
came to the good roi.ds proposition, Fa
ther Dominic said that he was emphat
ically in favor of tho good roads muu
ment. Joseph J. Kebor, cashier of the Bunk
of Mount Angel, presided. He H,u-f
with prido to the fact that Mt. Angel
was tho first city in this part of the
state to oxganize its own commercial and
comniuniy club, and also to the fact that
Mt. Angel had some of the livest busi
ness men in tho valley, always wilting
to work for the Rood of the community
and of the county. Mr. Keber was heart
ily in favor of the community club work
and aided in organizing the club last
evening and in appointing committers
to arrange for a meeting between the
farmers ml business men.
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e Manufacturing garments in their many mills and com
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EVERY' family in Polk and Marion Counties a Patron.
Deeper plowing and more systematic
cultivation will double tho present crop,
llauuaa predicted that with tho pres
ent feverish activity in sugar-growing,
it will not be long until tractors are in
troduced into the production of the
.iinniinn lwcnmn acntn tlm Philinnines l10 report of an allied official who .lust.nities are beyond Germany's ability ta.sipnrfp purely German -territory In
i exported to tho United States of?,S42,-' arrived from Berlin. He said that, while . pay. The largest part of the lost terri- Kast Prussia.
. 296 pounds of sugar. This was the-big- there is intense excitement in Germany tory is purely German, ho contended,
Igest export of sugar in tho history of ovpr tl0 pcace tern)B surfae9 indlca- and its loss is cumulated to crouU a
inO 1S1U11US. iU VLrt VUO BAUll I.U IUW ,. , , - . .i...,,.,.,. l-.jWl,.
Ttuj u,.. ... 170 nnnoii itions nro misleading and t soon as tho Oerman irredenta.
United States was 17d,0u0,41 pounds. n i., ,., ,wi,i n,,, ....,
people recover irom their inita.1 shock " ' , : : . ,
over what they regard as tho seventy m,,,,n "luvery "i1 ,U8S f ,U'Z'l
of tho treaty, they will force the gov- "'7 Br ' e.c.,v ....
ernment tn accent, the terms or crivn war 81,11 B P1"" il'" -",
to a ministry that will. ,
Berlin Very Indignant.
"Kxcitement is intense in Berlin,"
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seeks to recover a sum of money from
defendant on the ground that as the
keeper of hotel tho defendant was r.o
ponsillo for the loss of eertuin goods
stolen from the room of the pluintiff
while rooming in the hotel. Tho suit is
based upon the old, eommon law dis
TVm ense is one in which plaintiff thictioi thnt ns the keopr of nn inn or
TBiS is one of the ad
vantages of Postum
over tea and coffee.
is made of wholesome
cereals, and is caffeine
free-one of the finest
for the entire family
young as well as old.
place where trnvelers stopped tempo
rarily in going and coming, the defend
ant was in the highest degree respon
sible for the safety of all property bc
louging to his guests. The' court rules
that according to the vviduuee in tho
ease there wua not the relationship of
illn-k eeni'. and irupMt. lint rHther thnt nf
a boarding or lodging house keeper and
Ins boarder, which involves a lesser de
gree of responsibility, in support of
this position Justice Bennett quotes at
length from Brule's work on Innkeepers
and hotels. One of tncsu paragraphs
makes an interesting distinction be
tween a "boarder" and a "guest." lie
passenger or wayfaring man may
be an entiro stranger. He must put up
and lodge at tho inn to which his jadr
ney bring him. It is therefore import
ant that be should be protected by the
most stringent rules of law, envnwug
the liability of the innkeeper. In such
case, therefore, the law makes the inn
keeper an insurer of the (roods of til
guest. But as a boarder he docs not
need such protection, and the law docs
not afford it. lie does not receive the
"boarder" as part of his publie duty
and therefore does not undertake the
extreme responsibility which he under
takes for the goods of the "guest.
In the case in point it was manifest
b y the evidence that the plaintiff's oc
cupancy of fv permanent nature, with a
fixed weekly rate, and therefore the re
lationship of innkeeper and guest did
not obtain. Thus the justice holds that
the judgment of the lower court ehould
be reversed and the cause remanded
with instructions for a non-suit.
Philippines May Become
Great Susar District
Manila, P. I.. May 14 (United Press)
The Philippines should become one of
the world 's greatest sugar producing
districts, according to William ,11. Han-
nan of San Vranicsco, managing direc
tor of the Western Kefining company.
He said the Philippines offer one of the
most promising sugar production fields
in the world.
Irrigation Is the crying need of tfie
Philippines, declared Hannan. He la
mented the fact that with all the tons!
of water running to waste every year, j
no irrigation has yet been established.
ican Ambassador Page and. President
! Wilson this afternoon. When Page first
i arrived from Homo it was reported ho said
would inferm the president
must obtain her full territorial
or face a revolution.
Melicf that Germany will Rig:
treaty, after sho has exhausted every
subterfuge to ameliorate the terum, ....
tinued to grow today in the face of in
creasing threats by . enemy olUeiwi.
This confidence was strengthened by
on wiin ii nnsis uer
ninny surrendered, lie sum, unit lure
rust that the result will bo the destruc
tion of Kuropean peace. Ho declared
Two Drops of "Guts-It" Will Do It
Kver hand enrve your toe with n
knife trying to get rid of a cornl Ever
use the aciawrs and snip off part of
the corn too close to the quick! Ever
nffi.ini nu'h tiinfl!"it should bo the life task of every
that. Italy citizens arc recognized on tho streets 1'"" ,"e"K' ' unpreeeUented
ial progaiuhhe Germans shout 'sohweiiihumlnl ' 8!!'""'''. , . ., ...
other insults, but thus far no physical1 Kml1 1,arth wnn,l 'v"slon "fr e
1 sign the 'violence has been reported. tnay, guarun eeing Germany 1... 0)0,-
"Tho Germans were stunned by the ,J.tu" or coul irom ruiesiu us wen as
first, announcement of the terms. The '"" "'"" ' ul "!". ""
newspapers had not prepared the pcoplolB,"'.p ''0,rr,,n,e ' , , ,
for tl,fl allies' measures, nreferrimr to Respite the present widespread and
....i.ti.h i.,n,i,,..;,,i rtl,.le. i h re,, ten. , "m.'c I aculiir campaign agumst signing
ing this and that unless the terms wore ,''' f("ty, careful impiiries among fae-
'r' Mj.II lAt.-' ' J.J ;v ..-V . ij
"Oets-It' Pnts Yonr Tut la Clover
It Kads Coras yulckljr.
easy. Tims tne public, was awnkened
"I believe the public mind will re
turn to normal shortly and the people
will instruct tlieir delegates to sign tho
treaty or resign and let their substi
"Krniii a train window I saw farm
ers working busily in the fields. I lie-
Mieve this typifies the situation In Oer-
manv thnt is. the people, who consti
tute the backbone of the country, havei
not been led very far by the agitators,
who have merely been trying to worrc
up an agitation that would tighten the
allies into changing the terms.
Exchango of messnges between Ber
lin mid Versailles continues and it was
understood today that Foreign Minister
Brockdorff-Rantr.au was prepared to
leave soon for Germany to present per
sonally his official report to this gov
ernhent. Herr Giesberts and Herf
Tindsberg, members of the German
delegation, already have arrived in Ber
lin on a special mission.
Arthur Henderson, British labor lead
or, who intended to go to London today,
pack up your toe with "contraptions'
and plasters as though yuu were park
ing a glas vase f"r p,Tl Post! h.vef , '
Mm grUasy ointment, that rub off onl1" K " ,-' l 1he , wqt of
i rt'iiiit'r in)a vm'uik1" i" r rHr
inn thu nnnwcr to (irrmiiii note con
('(riling liil)r rfKulntiniif.
REFUSAL OF TREATY
. (OoDtinucd from psgo eue)
your stocking!1 Kver use sticky tape
that gets jerked off when you pull your
stocking off! Kind o' foolish, when 2
or 3 drops of "Getslt" on any corn
or callus gives it a quick, pninless,
peaceful, dead sure funeral! Why put
ter and suffer! "Getslt'' stopj corn
pain, it lets; you work, smilo and
dance, even with corns. It's the com
mon sense way, the only simple, easy
way peels corns off like a banana
pool. Used by millions. It never fails.
"Gets-It", the guaranteed, money-
back corn remover, the only sure way,
costs but a trifle at any drug store.
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Sold in Sale in and recommended ns
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C. Perry, I). J. Fry.
Frank 8. Ward.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
in all countries already are crying aloud
tlieir murder plans. If this treaty be
signed not oniy will Germany's cadaver
by laying on the battlefields of Versail
les, but it will also be joined by that
of the independency of free nations and
their faith in the ideals of the en
tente." Hcheideinnnn's speech was applauded
throughout except by the radicals.
Open opposition to the treaty by the
government, cs expressed by Hiheide
miuin and others, is supplemented by
statements from various Ormas.
Modification Hoped Tor.
Herr Von Gerlack, one of the leading
democrats, said that while he favors
s'gning the treaty he hopes the league
of nations will change the hardest con
ditions afterward.' He said tho indent-
tionnl leaders has convinced the corre
spondent that Germany will accept the
terms when it comes to "showdown.
Think. Allies Will Bargain.
('omiiiereiiil 'and industrial lenders
consider the terms arc more than the
minimum the allies expected, and that
the latter consequently will be willing
to bargain, with Wilson in the role of
The radicals declare the treaty, must
be signed and that world socialists
Hill revise tho terms Inter.
Htrongest opposition to the treaty ap
pears to bo in the eastern provinces,
especially -in West Prussia and East
Prussia. Thousands of telegrams are
being received here from those districts,
threatening armed resistance if tho gov
ernment accepts the article providing
for the Polish corridor, which wonlcl
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