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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1919.
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By Gertrude Bobisaa
alf-ijoar-'round soft drink
is ihe'Wliy"of its
Sold cvet-ywherc-Families supplied
by grocer, drujf jist and dealer.
Visitors are cordially inviied to
inspect our plant.
Illumnucr k lloch,
Wbolwtl. Distributors PORTLAND, ORE.
Dan. J. Fry,
warehouse Mimaier SAI.Kll. ORR.
KING PRODUCTS CO. .
j (Uontinuod ffoui-ptigo one)
Is logauborry crop on 24 acres from
191ft to 1027 at H0 ton f. o. b. Brooks.
That 11. P. Hump sold the property cov
ered by contract io 8. V. Ramp mid ho
accepted tti obtifstiun of the eontruo.t.
That contracts wore made with the
otlior defendants aggregating 15s acres
wtlh an estimated yield annually of
38 tona Of berries,
That each contract contained a Tiro
vision, that if the plaintiff at an time,
jid a higher price than called for in
the contracts, that thii wouid cntoma-
Wash the affected
Su rises wtlh houas-
hold ammonia or
warm aalt water; then apply
tienllv ruiiui tliA tirie.fl.
That during the present setson and
up to duto, the Bulem Kings Products
company Is puying BV4 cents f ir logan
berries delivered in Halem. !
That the (Sulem Kings Products eom-!
puny in tendering 3 Mi cents to llij grow-j
That r.ll the defendttnts delivered
their berries to the Hnlem Kiiigb I'rod-
uets rompanv in 11)18, but arc now de
livering to other parties and threaten:
to deliver to other parties and liive ie-:
fused to deliver to tho King Products'
It is further alleged that tUe defend
ant growers tuko the position that no
deliveries will be made unions the Kings
Prndnrta company pays the market
price. Thut as tho result of its not re-!
ueivf.ig these berries, the plm.itiff will,
b damaged and the logunbeiry Indus
try suffer' in general -reputation. 1
The Kings Products company auks of.
the court that each grower bo enjoined
(unl prohibited from persuading others
A WORD ABOUT THE
Tailor and Coating Serges, Poplins
and Fancy Weaves. Excellent Blacks
at Prices Far Below the Present
Many of these are very suitable right now for the
popular capes. If, however, you have no immediate
use for IUacks, look well to your future needs for
such qualities will be very hard to get With the great
markets bare, looms idle and the prediction that war
prices will look cheap in six months, every woman
who expects to use a yard of Black Cloth can't af
ford to overlook these.
These Blacks are Strictly all Wool
Tailor serges, 5-1 to 5f inches wido, very fin? quality,
per yard.... J $2.00 to $3.50
French serges, 44 to ,r0 inch $1.50 to $2-23
Heavy coating serge, 54-inch, per yard $2.43
Extra heavy poplin, 40-inch $1.83
Extra heavy poplin, 56-inch $3.73
Fancy weaves, such at Ottoman, Melrose, Soliel,
Cnspme, Satin, Gabardine, 42 to 5G inches $1.50
W - $1.93
Hairline Serges, beautiful Blacks with vvhit hairline
38 to 41 inches $1.33 to $2.33
BLACK SILKS "
Excellent qualities in Black Crepes, Satins, Taffetas
and Mcssalines, also 18 to 24-inch Velvets and 27-inch
not to mitke deliveriea or from interfer
ing with its contracts. That all the
growers bo enjoined from selling or giv
ing awny their logons, except to the
That if the'growers have alreaTly sold
to oilier parties, they shall be required
to mnke good the amount to delivered
by purehaan on the open market. And
that, jf theV caniiot purchase on the
open market, they bo required to pay
diiniiiges which .will compelling the
Kings Products company.
The court is also axked io grant a
preliminary injunction compelling the
growers to deliver all their logani to
the plaintiff until such a time as the
cause may bo heard on Us merits ana
proper disposition made.
Senator Thompson of rortlni.d, rep
resenting several ef the growers, claim
ed that tho Kings Product eouii-any is
not purchasing on the open market.
That the growers had notified the eont-
pany they would not deliver the Ionics
unless it did pay the open market and
thnt tho company could not be damaged
as it had ample, notice.
It is claimed for the growers that
tho Sulem Kings Products company in
its prentended contract, did not attach
the clause to pny the highest u.crket
price as agreed, but did attueii s clause
to pnv "their" highest prico, snd that
the company practiced frnmi on the
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Florida, Chicago and other places, ac
cording to jSchulbcrg, who uyi Hump
ers' own local, in New York will go
Carpenters in cities and tuwea all
over the country, electricians, bricklay
ers, hodciirricis, iron worker, iron
moulders, a few railway shopmen's or
giiiiutittong, electrical workers, paint
ers, iiuriiioiit milkers, pin king l.nuHj em
ployes, bakers ami eonfortinneis and
longshoremen lire all on record for strik
es in vnrious seitiiins, Hehulberg said,
" f .1 Kun Francisco, plumbes, three
carpenters' unions, painters, t.G iion
workers' unions, rhe necdlerrar't trades
with the exception of the garment work
rrs, and the longshoremen will itiike. In
l.os Angeles, Oi.kland, Portland, Settle
and Taeoma the demonstration wi!) aiso
be felt," suid Hehulberg.
The strikers will remain out four
dnys as a protest against Mooney 'a con
viction. They will then return to w.ik,
and If the new trial is not granted,
will walk out again I.uhor IHty for four
days. There is no general l-nlT for
(lie strike, Hehulberg said, each, union
hiimlliiig its own walkont.
"If only Villi) men went eat four
dnys for jusiloe to an imtiv xl iul, I say
a cent moral victory would be attain
ed," concluded Hehulberg. "H .t tiierc
will be a million, represeutirg every
tale la the union."
BEX W. (TUTlTT and her
n toss, R.casrd ud Utmioa,
kft todav for Cannoa bear
whr. they will pass the summer. Mrs.
OUtt atutlwr. Mrs. U 1). UuUwi oui
littla Chester CMeott are already there.
Mr. mi Un. Oswald AVat aJa.
apejMd their euirae at Cannoa JJeach
tor the summer.
Froa WaoiMuefcet, hede Mud,
RTrad Tat her De Kouca, aasistsnt
pastor of fit. Joseph's church, reseived
word yesterday of the arrival f his
brother from Praaee. la the letter was
enclosed an istercstiug clipping tell
ing ef a number of things of which Tri
vaie Be Konen, with the characteristic
rmerv ef the American doughboy had
left hu brother in ignorance. For in
Mance, when Komeo IHike De itcuea
came home with his honorable dis
charge from the United Htatea army he
brought with him, besides the wider
knowledge ef bumaa nature and an
enormous appreciation of home which
every returned soldier possoasos, two
wound stripes, three gold service
stripes, a French service decoration (de
was for a while attached to the 93rd
French infantry) -a Croix de Guerre,
and two gold stars indicating French
citations for bravery. He brought with
him also, the promise of a great eareer.
Before sailing for iVnnce nearly two
years ago,. Private De Bouen, while
singing at a concert at Camp Greene,
attracted the attention ol Madame
iM'hunian-Heink, and wns urged by the
great prima donna to have his voice
trained. Previous to his departure he
was Madame 's guest at her New York
apartments and arrangement were
made whereby he was to take up the
study of music in .New York or Milan,
Maly, at the close of the war. At pres
ent Private l)e Kotien is taking a well
deserved rest while recovering fully
from the effects of a gas attack dur
ing the last stages of the recent Strug-
Rev. and Mrs. Leland W, Porter and
Mrs. Gujf Wilcox motored to Eugene
Tuesday, where Mr. Porter was called
to confer wnth the faculty of hugene
Bible university. Jfrs. Porter visited
Prof. Archibald Keddie of the Univer
sity of Oregon, who was a classmate at
Emersos) college of oratory, Boston,
In honor of the fifteenth birthdav
anniversary of her daughter, Mary, and
nmnlimonting tho young lady's eons
ins, Mable and Helen 1'inkerton of Los
Angelea, who are her guests, Mrs. L.
it. Gilbert entertained a group of the
very young set with a merry picnic sup
per in the woods Monday evening. Be
side Mis Mary and the guests of hon
or Uil list of those present included
Mary and Wilbur Klliott of Newberg,
Helen and Mnnel Marcus, filizabcth
and James 1'airehilds and Darwin
George. "' '
Sulem folk, rairticnlarly those who
have signed -up for rides in the air
plane during the celebration, will be
interested in learning nisi xdeuiennm
Browne arrived in the city early this
morning and during the day has been
assembling his machine at the fair
Perhaps the most plcemut advant
age of the summer months over thoso
of th other seasons, is the I act that
it inspires so many enjoyable outings,
and cam-ping trips. A party of Halem
folk, hearing the call of tho sut of
doors, motored to'Mpong's landing Hun
day and enjoyed a most pleasurable
dav. The party consisted cf Mr. nnd
Mrs. V. . Page, Mr. and Mrs. f. C.
Vuinn, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kllis and
da tighter Katheriiie, Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. C. Vib-bert.
Clean-Up Sale on
White Wash Dress Skirts
We bought too many white wash dress skirts
considering the cool weather in June. "We have
too many in stock for this time of the year and
they are now offered .to you at extraordinary
MAKE YOUR CHOICE EARLYTHEY
WILL MOVE FAST.
.'Where Shopping Is a Pleasure"
LIBERTY STREET, SALEM, OREGON.
Mrs. Walter Spaulding has as her
quests for two or three weeks, her
mother, Mrs. Nora Gard Miller and
brother Milton M. Miller of Canby.
The latter has just returned from two
year foreign service and wears five
bronze stars indicating that he took
part in as many large battles. He left
with C'orapnny K of Corvallia but was
transferred to a machine gun outfit
and later to the signal corps of the fa
mous Snd division. Uinse the signing
of the armistice Mr. Miller has been
with the army of occupation.
Miss Wimiifred Woe.lk of The lalles
The Spanish War veterans nd their
auxiliary will sponsor a dance at 'the
armory this evening to which the pub
lic is" cordially invited. The affair is
in, honor of the visiting veterans.
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government representative,' rn!d
statement ''The comb? wl forced ur-e
too strong for us. But this fight will
continue along legitimate union line.
Wo are not beaten ami we will enrrv
Ion iritil our rights aie established."
The strike, which also was declared j
against the American Telegraph 4 I'cle-1
phone company, was called June 1!. '
With Burleson, aiding tho companies,
in the strike, violation of the law i
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aostiuiu is aome on vn.-anon m mraiii. . - . , . .,
. 0, , .i, ., u,,. u. citv bv trams and thiouirli the mailH
ten days. She brought witli her as her - ii.i . ,j I
house gnert, Miss Mioats. a graduate '"".
B. h. .m. institution - "VVe have been doubly uufortucate
in having to deal with Bnrltsoa as a
t'oe'a the stomal h, wu.slos out the
bouels, drive out invpurities, helps
the liver it's Ilnllister's Hoeky Minin
tain Tea. Take It once a week during
hot weather snd see hew happy ami
contented von '11 be. 3.V. Tea or Tab
lets. D. J." Yv.
WILSON TO PRESENT
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'l'he money bills passed briiig the ti
tal appropriated during the pus . '.t soS
ion and the closing s.-.viinn oi the ("'! h
eongress to more than ...hiui.'H .-0,0 o.
Just before adjmirnnient iious. rc
imbliean leader MoniMI i.is'rtetl in
the record a statement thai the six
Krert supply bills passed by the Cth
congress were nearly snO, Kn'.ii.l) lt-s
than the same bills as they jitissed the
In addition, he said. tli r- .e..' t.f
the rttilrt at! m.u; ii.irt , t; : ,u . J n . ,
THE general use of Mazola is
Your can cf Mazola gives
yea a fat for shortening, cake-
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mayonnaise, cooked mayonnaise,
cr Frencls dressing Mazola is
Ajii rensmtjer Mazcia is equal to
tcr cookisg Better than (me
ulzdit at half tie price cf
cUher. Better, more Whole
some and Economical than
lard cr ccnpoimds.
rir.i!s c Bo.
Writs today few it.
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