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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 25. 1919.
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OMAHA UNIONS DECIDE!
SM ISSUE TOHCBT
Labor Officials Sy Thirty
Trades Locals Have Al
ready Voted "Yes."
Omaha, Neb., Juue 23. Control labr
uiiioa meets tonight to decide whether
or sot to recommend a general strisx in
sympathy with the teatustera. It ia not
believed a general strike will be railed
until the reault of the streetcar men's
vote i known, which will probably be
after midnight tonight."
According to Central Labor t'nlon of
ficials, thirty local uuioui have voted
to stride. These include postal employ
ee, clerks, stenographers, switchmen,
stereotypers, photo engravers, brieklaj.
ers, electrical workers, blacksmiths,
carpenters, metal workers, plumbers
Addressing a mass meeting of several
hundred members of the American Le
gion last night, tho mayor appealed to
the ex soldiers to help down the "wave
of anarchy" which ho said had touched
the city. .
"A committee of organised labor
told me thoy would begin a campaign
that will make Winnipeg look pale irfl
comparison," the mayor suid. "1 was
told there would not be a single moans
of transportation left in Omaha.
"I may ask the American Legion to
drive ice and milk wagons so that ice
and milk may continue to reach the
sick and babies."
A resolution was passed by the meet
ing that anything savoring of anarchy
should bo pot down by the legion.
DE1TZ REAL INDIAN
(Continued from page one)
Seattle Phone Operators
Wait San Francisco Edict
and company representatives, local on
ion hero's declared that the mass meet'
iiiT of tolcphnne operators, called for
truorrow night, will discuss either tho
8cattle, Wash., June 25. With tho' V" "' autaitted by the company for
Seattle telephone strike hanging in tho: tittlemen', if ajr.T.'tod by the 8a.
tmla.iao on -the result of today 'a eon- r mneiHco delegates, oi plans for an im
f-vence in Rnn Frsncisco between union n0ilinte strike.
Recommended by many
Widow Of Late Dr. Cusick
Chief Benefactor In Will
Disbursing $25,000 Estate
Tho last will and testament of Dr.
William A. Cusick, who died June 16,
1919, bus been filed for record in the
office of the county clerk.
The estate is valued at 425,000. The
widow Marcla M. Cusick by tho will is
made executrix, to serve without giving
Revoking all other wills, the first be
quest is to a brother, J. H. Cuticle of
Burney, Cal. To this brother, Dr.
Cusic gives an annuity of (250 year
to be paid for a period of four yeuri in
semi-annuul payments of $123.
To a sifter, Mary L. Trnsk of Stay
ton, there is given nil annuity of (250
a' year for a period of four years, to be
btibjoct to these two requests, the en
tire estute, both personal and real is
given to the widow, Mnrcia M. Cusick,
to have and to hold for her sole use and
The will is dated Sept. 3, 1014, and
was witnessed by John A. Cnrson and
Maude E. lavage. The county court
has appointed as appraisers W. S. Wal
ton, L. P. Aldrich and George H. Rich
Leavy charged that:
Diets never lived a day of his life on
an Indian reservation.
Two marine officers who testified at
the trial were "almost as guilty as he."
Before Diets ever went to Malt It
land ho laid the foundation to tscapt
Attorney Alex Einstoen, summing up
tor the defense, declared dramatically
tnut if Diets ia found iruiltv "his career
:ind his lift die irrevocably and final r
marked and branded. It is tho next
tiling to taking his lifo froir him."
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senators did not agree that Mr. Tuft's
position was sound. While the commit
tee favors tho resolution at tho expedi
ent time, it was not believed proper to
report it now."
Senator Fall strongly urged imme
diate action. Ho was supported In tho
vote on this by Borah, Johnson and
Moses. Borah in his speech on the
"We mny build navies and armies
and burden the world with heavy nrma
monts, but until we lcnrn that the spirit
oi nationality cannot be crushed by
force we will not be able to insure per
Senator Borah criticized the peace
conference for ignoring the claims of
Ireland and Korea.
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Every Family in Marion and Polk
Counties A Patron
Salem WOOlgH Mills Store
failure liquor for lej;al purposes, bond
being required. Tiansiportation permits
are also required, both being furnish
ed ihy tho prohibition commissioner.
Heeords of all transportation, must be
All liquor must be clearly labeled as
such when sold 'for legal purposes.
Reserve Supply Prohibited
Ten day after the passage of tho act
all liquor illegally held must have been
disposed of, or it Minll to considered
violiition of the lnw. All liquor legally
hold must be reported to the prohibi
Ksilroads and erpress companies are
not permitted to deliver liquor except
upon sworn affidavit and .permit that
it is for legal purposes.
Advertisement of inroxicating liquor
by any method, or telling any one
where he enn get a drink is prohibited
Hill boards with liquor ads most be
removed, or enforcement officers havo
tho power to paint A em over or ro
Any pieture of a brewery, distillery,
bottle, keg, barrel (Or box or other ro-
eoptuiclo designed to servers an ad
vertisement thereof it illegal.
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No formulas or rraipet for making
liquor ""'I eny tublets, substances,
compounds or, preparation for tho
same purpose may be sold.
No newspaper or periodical can print
"statements concerning tho manufac
ture or distribution of alcoholic liquors
for whleh the paper weaves compen
sation unlets with the srticlo it tht
following statement: "Printed Is raid
Ih-inking of liquor In public or in t
railroad train, automobile, dining car
or vestibulei of a train is prohibited
and conductors are given the power to
Any person injure! by an intoxicated
person can bring suit for damage
agninit the person who sold or assisted
in procuring the liquor for the intoxi
Honcl ledgers shall be fined not lest
than 5im, nor more than IIM)0 and im
prisoned for not lest than one month
nor moro thana year.
Anv violation of the act on leased
premise shall constitute a forfeiture
of the leo.se.
Search for liquor nisy be made on-a
warrant issued by a feleral court, a
court of record or a United Klotis com
missioner. Liquor seize! may be destroyed or
turned over to the government for S"i
cntifitf or medicinal jttjrpotc, upon con
viet ion of tho holder.
All vehicle used for illegally tinni
or(iiig liquor, including motor enrt,
bouts, luinxics and airpiitne shall )
4i.csl by Mm officers, and disposed of
on order by tho court.
Industrial alcohol Is put under tho
control cf the internal revenue com
missioner, who must nqiiiio bond and
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