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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1919.
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"Clievrolet-?cturn to Sill Sbfvens at
Salem Automobile Company
(Continued from page one)
mm feet of timber in northern Muho
have been consumed.
The forest service chiefs, like gen
eral, are quickly shifting their forces
front one had firetu another, seeking to
alnckcn fin'K thnt in louie instances
jump six luiica a tiny.
rVfillmeirt of the weather forecast
em" prophesy of rain and coo; weather
for three duys wan autiously awaited.
Tin firm resulted from a protracted
drought that made the branches of trcoa
dry an tiuder. Muny of the tires rush
through the tree tuH at great apeod,
while other flame follow behind, mop
ping up the heavier braucho.., leaving I
the trunks stiinding aa mute rvidcuca of
Only rain ran atop the fma, it is
Bull Run Tira Spreading.
iWtland, Or., July 14. Klijnh Colo-
iiikii, forest service lookout man on the
su in in i t of Mount Hood, telephoned to
il uy that the smoke of the Hull It 11 it fire
nns rapidly increasing in volume.
No report from the men v.ho have
gone to the fire were avniJuule ut noon.
Twenty fire were reported on the
Crater foreat thia morning in tanned by
J'orest service men are leaving guv
eruiiient headquarter here hourly for
the ninny fires thut are buring over the
forests throughout Oregon and Wash
Adiun Wright leaves tonight for Col
ville to nsisst in the aupresHion of six
fires covering more than 9000 acre.
Forest Rinminer Drake left today for
the Whitman forest to assist in the Big
rreek region whore the fire is reported
to have a 2." mile front. It hua i.licndv
burned over 8000 neres of lodge, pole
pine. Niuety men are working there.
Reports from other fires ure uicngre,
thfl men being too busy fighting the
flnntes to communicate.
Oregon Plana Tight
Portland, Or., July 84. Koic ,t serrtce
and state officials plaifued to act with
decision today to prevent forest firea in
Oregon similar to those which hiv.t been '
tag! n in Idaho and Montana.
Lightning started a bluae in the Bull
Hun forest reserve. Men were hurried'
to thnt district. The Herman creekj
fire is still considered a menace. j
I'ires in. the Columbia national for ',
est are spreading. j
Near l'endletun firea have spread,
from t lit Whit in an forest to the L'ma-
tilla forest and are burning along a 25
mile frout on the John Day river.
A forest fire ia racing tluough the,
three tops east ol Albany aotf ia ap
proaching valuable milling timber.
Governor Olcott hua issued a stern
warning with regulation governing
Michigan Also Hit. '
I.nusing, Mich., July 24. District
deputy fire marshals and piacticully
BUT SIX OF FGURTEEN
P(M$ M REALIZED
Senator Lenroot Says Presi
dent Not To Blame For
Washington, July 24. Only ail ef
President Wilson 'a fourteea points
have been complied with ia the peace
treaty while four have been Tiolated
and four left undetermined, Senator
Lenroot, Wisconsin, asserted today ia
Lenroot said however, that President
Wilson should not be criticised for the
failure of hia fourteen points, eicept
as he tried to create the impression that
they had been fully accepted.
That the first point of "open cove
nants of peace, opealy arrived at" had
been violated, "ia too plain for argu
ment," Lenroot aaid.
Senator Robinson, Arkansas, analyz
ed the Shantung provision of the peace
treaty in a speech in which he aaid:
That Japan has control of only four
hundred square miles of the 55 9O0
in the Shantung province, and will rule
only 165 000 Chinese out of the forty
'That China' claim that she did not
surrender sovereign right to Germany
ia belied bv the terms of the treaty by
which Germany took over Kiao Chau.
That Japan is committed, in writing
and orally, to the return of Shantung to
China when certain conditions have
been complied with.
These facta, Robinson said, form a
complete answer to the aenate critics
of the Shantung settlement.
. "The history of Japanese laima in
Shantung dents not justify the violent
nttacks on Jltpnu which have occurred
the entire force of Michigan state po
lice were ordered to Delta county by
Governor Sleeper today to assist in
fighting foreat fires devaatiug that re
gion. Firea were reported burping in every
township and are si: id to bo extensive in
the neighborhood of Hoyne City.
A trninload of atute police and fire
marshals left here on a special train.
Schrunk's stock sold by Portland Association of Credit
Men to the highest bidder, C. F Hurlburt.
HERE IS THE BIG ANNOUNCEMENT YOU HAVE BEEN WATCHING AND WAITING FOR!
SATURDAY, JULY 26, AT 9 A M.
THE DAY THE DATE AND THE HOUR FOR THE OPENING OF THE MONSTER
OF A. W. SCHRUNK'S
flp7 Fifhifh ran 11 t f
$ o w men m h
ENTIRE STOCK TO RE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE
C. F. Hurlburt's $ 1 0,000 Stock of Dry Goods,
Furnishings, Shoes, Hats, Etc.
INCLUDED IN THIS MONSTER SALE
In addition to the monster bankrupt sale of SchrunkVstock of Groceries, Mr. Hurlburt is placing his $10,000
stock of high grade DRY GOODS, FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS, CAPS, SHOES, etc, on pub
he sale to close out, and all cost, profit and present value will be forgotten in our desperate and determined
effort to close out every article in the shortest time possible. This stock consists of such high grade lines of
merchandise as Ide shirts and collars for men, the famous Cooper underwear, Gordon hats, Chippewa w ork
shoes and all the best and most dependable lines of DRY GOODS, UNDERWEAR, and HOSIERY for men,
W omen and Children.
a; w. s
C. F. HURLBURT NOW IN CHARGE TO CLOSE OUT
clinuik's Farmers Store
- 270 NORTH
1 a v
HE'S THE OLD RELIABLE
GRAND old "Bull". He's the best
there is. He sold o(ver 300,000,000
bags last year.
You know genuine "Bull" Durham
never an enemy ; millions of friends.
Genuine "Bull" Durham tobacco-you
can roll fifty-thrifty cigarettes from
That's some inducement, nowadays.
Ul A fl
You pipe smokers;
mix little "BULL"
your tivorite to
bacco. It's like tujir
ia your coffee.
in aenate aVhate," aaid Rbinon.
j 'it 1m, been gtatoj by nre than
,onp aenator that by the troat.v Kban
Itung; with ita forty million inhabitants,
lis wrcstcil fnim China anil presented to
IJnpan. Khantung is a little larger than
i-iuier jowa or Wisconsin. It ha a
total area of S3 s square miles ami
;a ioiilation estimnted at fortv mil
Iions. The territory involved in the!
'controversy is limited to a small hind I
'area of approximately 2(10 square miles Leavenworth, Kan., Julv 24.Arriv
and an equal water area. The total al of Iroops from Fort "Riler, Camp
population of the leased area ia ap Dodtfe and Camp Grant todav" waa ei-
! 1r,'xAml.a!,,'", ' " '-T- , I I,,c,ed ,0 nd the "ike f Prisoner, in
I While the put break of war caneel- the disciplinary barracks.
" jiii"ini. na-; vuiiiuiRniiani nice aam wnen tnej
ture between the belligerents, it would j emergency troop, arrive prisoners will I
seem that mi' h a treaty as that between irnnm nut r.f ttinir ,.11. I
1 hina and t.einianv would not be abro MeanwhiU it was intimated bread
an 11 to 2 win over the Raiuiers.
The .Henatorj kept up their winning
treak, coming from Ibehind and tying
the aeure in the aeventh, and then "cop
ping their 11 inning conjesf- with the
Angela, 4 to 3.
Troop Arrivals Expected To
fir. i a.
una stnke At Leavenworth
Bolshevik Gaim Gains
Along Archangel Frost
T.omhm. duly 21. 'ISolshcvik wireless
reports received here today claimed
the capture of Onega, on the Arcbaa
K'l front. According to the hnLWik
statcroent, they arc now MdW.dcd an
opportunity to drive the Brifixh force
Onega ia 85 inilea southwest, of AreV
ngel, at the month of the Onega river
8TTLL GOINO UP
C'levclanil Ohio. Jnlv ?4 Hn.
ea achieved another new record b m.11-
, . - --i.i ni iir aoro icaiinu n was intimated tirea'l ; , . oi - . i. j ' 7
nted bv the outbreak ..f w.r h.. , ' -t. .;..... .i.. 1 ln P ,0 aM P" hundred pounds
.... m v wu.i'iuiis tut' in ui uii-r r . i t .
Chins and Germany." innlv fnnd. lul lue nere fnony.
China, in l!Uj, agreed "''i n -"'
pointed out, that she would accept
whatever arrangement Japan made re
garding the disposition of (ierman
I IL'hts in Shaiittllllf. Renlvin In ti... I
etitii'ism that China was forced to ac
cept theiw arrangement Kobinson said:
; "In view of the fact that the torn
niercial relations of nearly all tiatin.,.
with China are based on duress in soine
;furm, why should the claim that China
waa induced ti make the treaty with
i.lapan through fear of ar invalidate
that treaty and all other treaties with
-China, many of which ahe was compel
led by war 'to eiecute, be left in forcei"
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I Home rnns:: 'oopcr, Caks; Pheely,
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! A timely bingl by Casey Smith ia
the 11th. inning wen for the Seals from
I the BeaTers, g to 1.
The Bees dropped a loos game to
Ithe Oaka. 17 to 4. Five errors ky the
Salt Lake club cinched the game for
Pounding Gardner out of the box ia
the first inning, the Tigers rolled up.
Prom toe la keel
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