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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY IT. 1919.
J WE now-a-day world
judges tires from a business
For after all, buying tires is
merely buying miles at so
much a mile.
That's exactly the basis on
"which we sell iloyal Cords'.
These famous rtood tires are
built of many layers of small
but exceedingly tough cords.
Each layer and ecch individual
cord is impregnated with live,
The result is a lively tire.
One that takes the bumps with
greatest ease. One that wears
many and many a mile beyond
smy rational expectation.
Let us put Royal Cords'
under your car. You'll find
them one of the wisest in
vestments you ever made.
STATE HOUSE NEWS
Representative Kuseae K. South is
on member of the Oregon legislature'
. nw js in laxir 01 iuc Rui.icauua ey
this state of the national woman suf
frage amendment, la a res-eat loiter to
Governor Olcott hi tiroes that a ;tw-tnl
one day session of the Oregon legisla
ture be ra!Ic-.l for the purpose at rati
fy inj; the proposed amendment. He
I proposes that eava legislator donate
the time for this purpose, and offers
to set an example by proffering hi
United States Urcs
J ara Good I ires :.- .Mm
Th lead of the
panT over all its
Standard Oil com-
romrietitora in th
west is indicated bv the statement of
the companr just filed with the si'
retary of state. This shows that during
the month of June they dispensed 2,
.";!'HIS gallona of gasoline and 2Si,St7
gallons of distillate. The total tax re
turn on both products amoonted to
GoTernor Olcott has today received
a letter from Secretary Tumulty, at
Washington. P. C, thanking him for
the invitation extended to 'resident
Wilson to stop in Salem in the cour
of his trip through the country, and
assuring him that it would be kept in
mind in making up his itinerary.
1 The first soldier of the world war
to take advantage of the government
provisions for incapacitated soldiers,
under the war risk insurance act, was
recently received at the state hosutal.
The government has provided for the
payment of maximum of $2.50 a (lay
for the earo of such patients, but Su
perintendent Griffith has set as a reas
onable charge for the service a rate of
40 a month. The institution may re
ceive several more such cases iu the
near future, as number of inquiries
have come in. -
ROCKWELL FIELD FLYER f
KILLED WKEM MAOME ,
I HAWKS ANil R MNS I ? t
Los Aniieles, Citl.. July 17. Lktiten
ai.t Xiausty. said to be an aviator from
Rtwkwp'l Weld, San liego, fell 3 0
fett in his airplane at Hollywood late
yesterday and was killed.
Mausey was taking the air bound
for aa Diego, After attainii'j a hi$;h
altitude,, aparently he started to do a
tnil spin as a sort of farewell stunt
for the aviators at IV Mille field
Jt is believed he lost eontiol of the
machine. When the plane reached an
altitude of about 5HJ fet watchers
were shocked to see that it did sot
come out of the spin, and in a moment
it crashed to earth, blazing into a ias
(Continued from page cne)
'Ratal Cora' 'Nobtn' 'Chain'
We bow United States Tires are GOOD Tires. That's why we sell them.
G. G. Quackenbush
' Salem Yclcacb'ng Works, (W. M. Hughes)
Lflly Hardware Co.-Stayton
A. L Bones, Turner. Oregon.
C G. Miller, Jefferson, Oregon. .
W. J. Kerson & Son, Marion Oregon.
Rickreall Trading Co.-A. R. Cadle-Rickreall
WILSON TO INTERVIEW
. (Continued from page one)
'fort by the president to wean away op
trpponcnts or me league or nations in ,i,p Pnttre neace trentv
the senate vrcre ready todtr to resume : , , .
iostilitirs after one day of-rest. McCumber Unchanged.
Senator Sherman, Illinois, prepared; Senator McCumber Bail, following
t take the flgwr with an attack on tvsihis call at the White House, that his
Bhaatunu settlement in the peace trea- views regarding; the treaty and reserva
t. - I tions to it had not been changed.
Resolutions Are Many.' "There was no attempt to change
Lensue foes also had a number of them," said McCumber. "I'resident
resolutions ready; that of LaFolletto! Wilson told me some facts concerning
wanting to know why Costa Kiea was- inside discussions at Versailles, relating
t allowed to sign the treaty, and that j to the reason why certain provisions of
of Borah demanding that the senate bo i the treaty were written as thej are. Ab
given the protest alleged to have been the president desired the conversation
written by American peneo. delcgutesto bo confidential I cannot discuss it
gainst Shantung settlement. .any further."
The opposition was understood to fa- Today's developments in the league
for passage of resolutions expressing: fight centered around transfer of Rhan
th senate's disapproval of the Shan- tung to Japan. They included:-,
tune settlement. 1 Passage by the sennte of the Bo
There wns much interest at the eapi- rah resolution requesting' the president
tol in Wilson s move to wcaiien the to give to the senate tho alleged Lan
renks of his political opponents by, call-jsiug Bliss-White protest against the
ing leading senators to the White House Shantung sp ttlemont
for personal talks. It was not expected 2 A speech by Senator t'oit, Khode
that any senator would refuse such an Islund, announcing his support- of the
The senate foreign relations commit
tee is continuing its work of reading
The Shell Oil company has made its
statement to the secretary of state for
the month of June, showing that there
were snles of gasoline amounting to
l"0,7ti3 gallons, along with 17 gallons
of distillate. The total tnx contributed
by. the company was $1738.62 for the
Attorney (leneral Brown has receiv
ed an inquiry from the Bradley Trust
company as to whether it can dispose
of ita trust certificates in Oregon with
out qualifying as a regular corporation,
and as to whether such sales of trust
certificates would bring it under the
"Blue (Sky" law. The attorney holds
that the persons named in the com
pany as trustees virtually constitute
itn association acting iu similar enpac
i.ty as a corporation, aiM that their
sales of trust certificates would con
stitute the transactions of a trust bus
iness. Hence they would be called npon
to comply with all regulations apply
ing to such organizations.
league but leaving his position on res
3 Introduction by Senator Spencer,
Missouri, of a resolution depleting the the act appears to leave the way open
isnanumg settlement ana expressing tne to the board to fix a stnndord of effi
hope on behalf of the United States
Five thousand auto mechanics in Ore
gon will be interested in the outcome
of a test of the constitutionality of the
act of the last legislature-creating the
state board of auto mechanic, examin
ers. M. I. Dewey of Portland has en
tered suit in the federal court against
District Attorney Walter E. Evans and
the examining board in the effort to
prove that the act is in violation of
the 14th and loth amendments to the
constitution, and further is void in that
it vests arbitrary and unlimited power
in the board without prescribing a
measure of efficiency to serve as a ba
sis for examinations. In other words,
Kwcriing" stops me
grocery store and
home when I have
a package otv srt
that this manifest injustice may be
speedily reconsidered and remedied."
4 A speech by Senator Sheiman,
Illinois, condemning the Shantung trans
fer as "the superlutive treachery of
This ailment is usually caused by
rheumatism of tho muscles. All that is
needed is absolute rest and few ap
plications of Chamberlain's Liniment.
(Continued from page one)
sheviks in the capital who would wel
come such a signal for a counter revolt.
These same persons could be counted up
on to resist an allied offensive because
of racial pride.
There is a strong political movement
against the Soviets under way already,
fostered by the powerful trade unions.
At the same time, the Bed leaders are
growing more and more radical. There
urc at least 400 xilitieal prisoners now
in Muilapest jmls.
ciency that would bur everything but
the best mechanical genius, o? to make
the examinations so lax that any old
tinker could squeeze, through and be
permitted to work in an automobile
The ruitw.v trnin.
men, postal and telegraph employes plan' At Lafine tn,,re
a fusion which would greatlv strength-1 ,und('r WBZ. .f(", 4,1
en their oppoistion to the Soviets.
Tho bourgeoisie, as a whole, have
been cowed by the tiolshqviki. Every
7A1" 7 .. , , "Mr. Cupper's last stop was at liend
.,,....., m.uM,6a prcssca where he vi-ited ,h. Tumalo
State Engineer Cuper returned yes.
terdsy from an extended tour of irri
cation districts in southern and east
ern Oregon, reporting good progress in
all the projects. At Grants Pass where
there has been a pathetic struggle with
the problem for the past 15 years they
have made arrangements to pump water
enough from Rogue, River to water
3000 acres of bottom land, and Inking
toward srnvity system later. Tho
Oold Hill project is practically comiilet
ed and the district will apply to tho
liend Hoard for the certification o(
25,000 worth of bonds. At Klamath
Palls and other points in Klamath conn
ty he found work under way, partic
ularly in tho Langell Valley where
there is project to take water from
Lost river under the C H. Kcclmation
Service. At tho Silver Lake project he
found th engineering work about com
pleted with a view to watering 7tM)0
acres, and the district will apply for
the cerification of $300,000 in bonds.
Carey Act pro
le irrigation of
27,000 acres. This has recently been
taken over by the Walker Hssin Irri
gation company, who will store water
ifrom the ik-schutes in Crescent Lake.
into service with the Red army. Many
of them are now engaged in erecting
powerful-defenses aronnd Budapest, in
preparation for last stand defense of
the capital, should this be necessary.
General Boehm, commander in chief i
of the Red army, has resigned.
"Ill heclth" was the reason assigned.
It is likely, however, that the real
cause was the dissensions iu the coun
try, as well as the antagonism oemre
lioehm and the so-called "terror
troops," who have run to extremes in
punishing alleged violations of bolshe
vik laws and have embarrassed the so
Boehm hss been succeeded ly Gen
eral Tandler, former commander of the
Fifth army corps. Boehm is expected
to leave soon for Switzerland. Boehm
also opposed the offensive against the
Rumanians, which is planned to start
in a few days.
The few comparative moderates lef
in the soviet government are rapidly
withdrawing. Boehm was one of these
There- have been frequent cases of sa
botage in the railway service, as well as
in the public services, becu of re
sentment of the employes againt this
one of the most important
u flag of all nations which is iviug de
signed in mv office right now. I don't
believe in preparedness; working men
will npsvt wars."
Ford gave way as a witness to Kirk
land D. Alexander, lVtroit publicity
man, and was an interested listener to
quotations regarding war and war mak
ers which Alexander Baid were culled
from conversations with the automobile
manufacturer. Alexander saiu Ford re
marked thnt "if the prime ministers,
presidents, kings and emperors were put
in the trenches they could find a way
to end the wnr.
Ford added, he said, "yes, there is
no hate in the trenches as usually the
men who make money out of the wr.rs
are men who start them and we finish
"Do vou not think Oermany has in
sulted Belgium! " Alexander said he
'No," was Ford's reply, the witness
said. "If Germany had not done so
Lngland or Franco would have beaten
them to it."
Alexander said Ford expressed tho be
lief that Germnny was ready for peaco
about the time the peace ship idea was
discussed with hiin and tut that reason
ho launched his fumous "out of the
trenches by Christinas" project.
"We would have been in tho Frtnco-
Prussian war if we had not had a wnr
on with England," Ford said, according
Alexander snid Ford told hiin his
pence trip, "had shown him the German
peoplo and emperor woro for peuee, but
the peoplo who started the war pre
vented pence." He said Ford told him
the nation could not accept the pope's
terms because that "would leave the
popo too high."
Fate Of Phone Strike
Agreement Depends On
Wcrling Of Document
San Francisco, July 17. What action
striking Pacific coast telephone work
ers will take on the agreement iu Wash
ington bet wen the wire control board
and union representatives depends en
tirely upon tho wording of tho full text
of the agreement, members of the cen
tral strike committee stated today, He
quest has been wired to Washington
for further particulars.
Operators In Sacramento uud other
cities are asking if tho agreement pro
vides for recognition of the union. Titos'
state they will nut return to work unless
this is specified. Tho central strike com
mittee issued a statement to tho local
unions reminding them that no agree
ment is binding until accepted by a ref
erendum vote of the coast operators and
Tho Washington agreement, as out
lined in telegrams received provides for
au increased wage for operators, and
The Clothes of
THAT MEANS YOU
Refinement in a
every action; ac
tion speaks loud
er than words.
That's why all
well dressed men
choose the clothes
we sell here.
The snappy styles
are the waist-line
in single and
models and give
those neat jaunty
lines in your suit
--that mean style.
. These suits are made of the wonderful
"VIRGIN WOOL" direct from the sheep
into your suit without having been used
many times in'your old suit, or that of your .
friends. This should mean much to you 4
think it over. , '
When you think clothes think Bishop
-for "VIRGIN WOOL."
Thirty Five to fifty Dollars.
VAs 'i tri
V Vy it J
Every Family in Marion and
Polk Counties a Patron.
'submits tho retroactive pay demand to j
I He wire control uouru.
Keep Them Kcnrc $$$
FOR YOUR CAR
The correct grade
of Zerolene will add
years to the life of
your car. Gives bet
ter lubrication with
least carbon. Get a
Chart for your car.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
attitude of the Reds.
In the belief of members of the for
mer Hungarian government, now exiled
in Hwitzcrland, "occupation of Buda
pest by American and British forces as
a strategic base in conformity with
the conditions of the armistice would
not meet with real opposition from the
bolnhcviki and would render an of fen-1
sive unnecessary. Hut this is proble .
But there appears, however, to be sni
cctual need for allied occupation of VI-:
enna, since the bolsheviki are reported'
to be planning another coup hero for;
Chicago. There's one baby who
won 'b be named for Jndce John Htelk
of the sjieeders court. Kd Flancagan
aid he was exritrd over the bt lie's ar
rival, hence drove rapidly, ' Thirteen
dollars." said tlie court.
$$$Keeo Them Home $5$
f i 1l" I? It II
R. IL CAMPBELL, Special Agt, Standard Oil Co., Salem.
The Slogan of Toddy and of the Future
Ship by TTfttci
Wish't we'd et them
- M , STf.... M " V i A..-'
Judy and Tommy and
Towser too had gone on
a strike against prunes! ,
n nna ff fl rtnlcl
Strikes ever seen
in Jean Webster's fam
Daly Long Legs"
7 reels of Fun and
Directed By Marshall
DEMFEEY DOPED, BUMOB
8nn Framiwo, July 19. L'nitcd
Prris.) Now comes a persistent rumor
alleging thnt Jack Kearnj dopes Jak
Dempiev before he sends him into the
ring. This is given as a riiwi. for
Dempsey knocking out so many ot his
opponents in the firt round.
Torget If-Euy At He