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10 BQttffl POPUUCE
Tie-Up Of Transportation
lines Does Not Disturb
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919.
." Berlin, By mail) When it comes
to taking strikes philosophically and
jowl nature.il v Germany wins easi
ly. She has tw'n nndergoing months of
strikes of various kinds, and merely
taking them as "all in a lifetime."
Particularly difficult for Berlin has
been tke trolley, elevated and subway
strike. 4lut Berlin didn't lose its tem
per eve it. It merely walked to woft
or caught a ride on iniprtvised earry
alla and didn't eurse the luck except
, As for violence, there mas none ex
cept in a few isolated eases where
striking carmen were personally abus
Another etranu part of the situa
tion was the fact that though the gov
eramcnt eoiild undoubtedly have re
sorted to the American expedient of
strike breaking in order to operate
some ears, this was not even attempt
ed. Berlin bad to get to its work and
play as best it could, or else stay
TheT result was that thousands of
early riser did ninny uiilcj more wulK
log for several days than they had
ever previously underraken for a leng
thy period. Huge drays were fitted up
with scats or 'bene'ies and rich and
poor crowded in, gool natnioi'y, while
the drayman reaped harvest beyond
his fondest hopes. .1iuira or ladders
wore earned ou all these 'bu-vses" to
that women paisonrors cculd go
aboard or aligh't wi'h c-iis.
Tho only thing that seemed to wor
ry Germany at all m thy recent
strike wsa the fact that the railroad
trouble threatened lit i time to be
sufficiently serious as lo hamper lad
ly tho trunsportainn i fond ur! coal.
Thia would ihave beoa decidedly rcri
ua, for Berlin and, in fact, other Oer
nan eities aro literp.lly living from
hand to nvouth, both as regards coal
and food. A few day complete ticnp
ef the railways would mean starvation.
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"With the help of God and a few
varines, ' 'the story of the marine!
corps, with, some of their letters and
songs, told by Brigadier General Cat
lin. "Reconstructing America our next
big job," discussions of vital subjects
by niort ef national ramtntion, Presi
dent Wilson, ex-President Taft, (Sena
tor Ohamborlain, Nicholas Butler and"
many others, collected and edited by
"dn Flanders fields," a collection
of poems by John McCrae with an ap
preciative essay on the author's life,
including some of his letters from the
"Outlines of religion and .philosophy
of 8wdenbor," by Theophilus Par-1
"Tie inn ff (Scandinaivia," a
fascinating book of travel by Francis
"Jim, tho story of a backwoods po
lice dog," a iboy's book iby Charles
"The ibell ringer," a Now England
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"The undying fire," the last novel
by Herbert G. .Wells.
MOUNTED POLICE IN BOUT 3 WEST
Oklahoma City, Okla., Aug. 1. Sug
gestion of St. iiihiel, Gibraltar and
I'ancAo Villa rangod Oklahoma City to
day aa the now mounted police trotted
picturesquely to their first day 's duty.
Ths department w-as composed; of
picked" overseas mea, uniformed like
brigadier generals and armed like su-
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"inhumane" sbotgan used by Ameri
cans for guard purposes.
The service will combine the duties
might have been mistnken for an over of patrolmen, militia and detectives.
eaa marine officer, jaunty cap and Special equipment for sleuthing is pro
all, exempt for his equipment. I vi(led in the gUn,shoe worn by the
A .4 eaWber automatic p.stol jlpoe, horses. Mayor Walton
from bis Sam Brown belt and on the ; ... ,.
other tide kayonet and scabbard. AlwlU t policemen's move;
10-gengw riot gun, slung at secure merit! disclosed to desperate criminals
point, recalled German protest at the by noisy trotting, he says.
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A pretty wedding took place at the
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Homer A. Armstrong were married by
the Ber. W. T. Milliken of the First
Baptist church.. Only immediate rela
tivet witnessed the ceremony and the
happy couple left immediately for their
sew home in Portland. The bride is a
popular young lady of Aurora and is
the daughter of one of the prominent
farmers of that plare. The groom, who
formerly lived in Aurora comes from
Portland and has just been mustered out
of the United btates service. He is
connected with an electrical firm in
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Wlistjbigtna, Aug. 1. Orcasiona'.
flashes of humor lighten the serious
ness of the senate ieague of nations
battle. Here are three stories the lea
gue debate is responsible for.
tions from their lowly condition, nid:
'That makes me think of the drunk
ard who was lying in the gult r, on
able to rise.' Nofbody paid any Mention
to him until anothe not unite so
drunken, came along, and r.l.d what
was the matter.
" 'I can't get op," sei i lie recum
" 'I'll rick voo up,' volunteered the
other, and suiting the i etion to the
word, he tugged and pulled, but are
eeeded onlv in toTuplinir himself over.
" 'Tell you, friend,' he said finally
'f can 't get you o, but ct s what i
will do I'll lie down with you.' "
' Henator tiwanaon was discussing
what will happen to those senators who
oppose the league.
"They'll fare like the plowioy,"
said Hwanaon. "He was plowing his
field when an inquisitive fasserliy ask
e.1 him how much wages he received.'
"'Wears.' aid the hoy. '1 don't
get do wages. I get nothin' if I do,
and hell if I don't.' "
Reimtmr Williams, Missir.ippi, was
erplaining that though the league cov
enant was not all the United States
desired, it was all W4 could riect un
der the eircomstane.es.
"Which reminds me. of By little
girls," he said, "tat had straight
hair, while the other had early hair.
The straight harired one wtl envious of
her sister's ringlets, and often used , (Capital Journal Hpeeial Bervice)
to gromble berause her own tresses Mr. and Mrs. J. Ritchey and Miss
refused to furl. Pern Grimm went to Portland urn Pat
"One day the eurly haired one was nrley to attend the funeral of a rel
grumbling about some fancied hard-'stive.
ship, and her sister rebuked her thus: Our Sleppr, fnmily and his mother,
"'Well, too know, yon can 't Tiave ; M rs, BuelJ of Sheridan returned to the
HAZEL GREEN KOTES-
everything A.VD early hair.' "
f'hsnmaa home this week
Vr. and Mrs. Hergsing and son Os
car spent the t week with friends
Atd Senator Knot, shaking hit head
over glowing predictions of the way '. in Washington.
the I' nited H'atet is to l.t weak na- Miwt arrie and
Gin a Bergsing
II spend a few days soon at the samej
Misses Beesie anil -ora iomr, wuv
have been working at . C. Zielinski s
roturned to their home in rhiloinath
Edgar Johnson ts trying a new uver
land for a changs, and thinks it the
best car yet,
Hev. . M. Mc.Ponald of Portland
arrived Friday to hold quarterly con
ference for ristier, at tne v. v,
church. He jvill preach Hunday at 11
a. m. onlv.
B. C. Zielinski treated hit berry
pickers to ke rream when they finish
t nirkinir Friday.
lhiuigan Bros, are (baling hay this
Mrs. Alice Tarmenter Is sojourning
in Hazel Green for a few dayt.
The V.'oman'a Missionary society
will hold i.k .i!"ial picnic in Mewing-
er's grove iii v n'l- "th. The na
lem W. M. A. wiil b present and pot
sUily some from Hopi-well.
Deals Ia Real Estate J
lot 4, block 7, Chappclls addition,
Charles Davis to Mnry Jolmst, lot
9, Hulls Home Trnctsj 7.'i0.
Chester Deeriug to Hibemia Ravings
bank, 65 acres in J. P. Poujade fluim
45 5 2 W.
Albert Whitloek to E. B. Auuius, 13
ceres in John Barget claim 34 9- W.j
J. N. Cothren to E. M. Peirine, f..7.'i
acres in W. H. Miinkers claim 51-7-2 W., police hesdcjiitrters,
P. II. Hiirg. tt to A. L. Keiuana, Z)Ji
acres in Jns. Hickey claim HI 7-2 W.
L. E. Heebe to V. X. Woodry, lots 8
and 9, block 7.1, North Hiilern.
best man. IiimicKalely following tha
simple yet impressive ireremony, the
wciiiling pariy partook of a dniirty ond
di'licious wedding dinner. Mr, amt
Mrs. (Vi are making their home ie
Elmn. Mr. Vi returned several mniitba
ago from JVance, where he served with
the marines. Centralie (Wash.) inpr
New York. Equipped with revolvers,
mnsks and other movie higliwaymea
outfits, two negro boyi tried to hold up
a watchman. There wos a ciosc up in
Dover, Iel. When Clarence Morris
stole a bag containing three tlioiiMi.id
pennies from a pool room he was traced
J. M. Cobiirn to Ered Gustnfson, lots, by the pennies lost through a hole in f!
44. 4.'i. !.'. CD, 67. Hmith Fruit t arm sack.
No. 2; (:imi0.
H. H. Emmons to 8. J. Eamci.sky,
lots 10 and 11, Pendleton Acres.
W. W. Chadwick to Leopold Klailz,
20 acres ill Nicholas Mhrum claiui 7-2
Frances Jairl to W. B. Bcuicr, 1.05
acres in V. Presler claim 60 7-3 W.
II. M. Reaves to J. L. Robinson, 2.50
acres in Zella Dsvis traet 6 1 W.; 623.
COX BOMHOIT WIDDINO
G. W. Burgess to Estelle li. Hoard,
lots 3, 4, 5, 11, and 12, block iZ, Cap?
tol Park addition.
Henry Fawk to J. O. Jones, lots 3,
4, 5 and 6, block 33, Nob Hi I! addition.
Mary Wenderoth to O. B. Charman,
lot S, block 1, Willamette addition;
M. J. Lendabl to Andrew Wunnar,
A very pretty home wedding was
solemnized on Julv 9 at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. 8. V. Coi on fouth Tow
er avenue, when Win Grace Itomhoff,
daughter of . and Mrs. D. II. Hom
hoff of Woodburn, Oregon, and Spike
Aleiaudcr Cos, son of Mr. and Mrs.
K. 1. o, were united in marriage,
Elder 8. P. (Vi officiating. The cere
miinv took place in the living room.
which was transformed into a bower
of pink and white roses.
The tiride. was charming in a smart
tailored suit of eavv blue and small
that to match. Her orulal bowo,net was
of white roses and maiden hair fern.
sh was attended br Mis Iris Coi
Gilbert Weaver of this city, acted at
AD Hands Point
to Our Want Adi e
the Result Producer.
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