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.THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7. 1919.
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i.lHUHL II.ilLO lUUiLL IHUUU OHIO IhtUiriO
!N LAST FOUR M0NTHS;V10LATE TRUST LAWS
! Contracts Filed Show 109 Per Attorney General Declares
Cent Increase Li Start
AcL;on Vfili Be Taken By
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TOSORROW - " ' "' lit
"It's a -
Picture " I
Washington, Au;. 0. Findings of
the federal trade c jnmiijsion in iit iu-
i w . .. a
f .. i . . S I
IN LJ Wi L.n,,',..,,..,.,
"When Doctors Disagree"
Cold Cream, Pink Powder; and the World Was His
"Smiling Bill Parsons"
As "GO-GET-'EM POTTS" in
"THE MIDNIGHT ALARM"
COME EARLY And when you .' come,., notice the
' The contract price for prtinrt ad
vanrcd i) per ceut between Ai.nl
and Julv . accord!... t it i vest igatiou of the
eemly filed for record iu t. rountr ! "l"' U ' ''" been Tio11"-
, , . r"ul".rfd. Attorney Ornc-ul Palmer aunouiic-
reeordcr a office. - eJ t,.j.iv il( , slatv.t,.nt. Uf pro,,,;.!
On April 2S Henry I.yiuj of Tolk )ui( k action,
county ro.liacted fur the 1H19 crop of j "1 am satisfied that the evidence
prunes now growing on his It acre tract Induced indicates clear volution of
estimated at 40 ton. The roi.traet j t,u' sati-trust laws and piompt aetion
price was $.";0 a ton. Mr. Lynch also I'11 ,,e k,n Cvo'dnigiy,'' aid Pal
contracted for the prune on ins Marion ""'r-
county traet of 13 acres, estimated at! llt' aIso ""nu,nced 'hat he today had
tons. T!,e contract wss t-Wmd pi il 1 ll'l,'i,:lI''d 'i fe leul district attor
2S and the price was ",0 a ton i l" halt 0,h,'r unva ad hunt
On the same dav fur .,0 a ton, J P fl r lvl"li("'"' 'f ' 'f the food
Best of Tonrner. rte . ho!,! ,1, 1 "i ' "j ? '
.. . .. ,, ... J aimer a statement follows:
2 ' V "- I"-- ''. "The dei,rtme..t of jn.tice ha.
mated at n !,,.. On Aj.r.J 29. f . O. ma,le a eareful review of ihe evidence
Nichols of M,-m rural rf-ate ?, eon- j developed by invetijiutious into the
tracted f-)r the prunes on h.5 ! a. Ms in; coiiiliinatiou if nai kers. both hr tl!
crop, estimnted at e tuns. The fibres federal trade coiiiuiis5iuii and the' hear
was $1il a toiu ings before the ejur.nittees of investi-
Hv Mr.v :i the iiriee hud aciva wid to Jiation. This review has been made by
Ifi.fitf a ton ,nnil ou this basis C. H,;Uvyer espeeiallv retained for the
Tiiylor as aent for Mrs. F. E. liailard, : l""Tl)' Incir report is now at
on route 2, Turner, contracted for an ' ''and.
estimate of 7 tons on 9 aires. 0. H.I Mtisfied ''""t Ike evidence
Tavlor himself also contracted Mnv fur '".''l d. '"iliea't's ' 'ar violatim of
the i.vune crop ou 'his 4D noes, cstl-1 and prompt actioa
nmtcd at 100 tuns. . "'V J'", :,k" a"
V v .1 I Meriecr of finlem . ri"',1','r proeeedini-s, while inder
, . 7 '' U"r S,llom- the immediate direction of the depart
ro.. e 4 contracted for the 1 h9 prunes; , ,(f justi(. bp , urt
,on lus two ncre tract, estimated at four ,. j. KrwI (lf ,he ,aw firm pf Jr0jnp-
,10ns, ar uo.o. rur ine same ngure, Kttnd and Kresel of .New loik, who
1... 11, lintiorsoii or rural inula 4, Ma- will be lrivun uh..i. ,:,t,. ...
MISS ELSIE FERGUSON
"HIS PARASIAN WIFE"
'RING UP THE
pliiibiJi 4 hi
j lem, sold the crop of his five aeies, es
1 tihiHted at three tons.
case seems to war-nit.
rainier 'a teleai-i:u direetinir district
By "NINA WADSWORTH KAHLER"
A RIG SHOW-You'll Say So, Too
Starts Today for Three Days Only
WATCH OUT FOR "RAFFLES"
1. V., Hot'fiiian of Knleni, rmnl lonte .nttorneys to prose.-ote fond hoarders
1, conlrncted on May 12 and the pi ice j H'lida:
still remained at $iti.0 a ton. He hni . ' lf fond control act, which is still
but 0110 acre iu prune nud estimated his
iiiK of necessaries, ;s therein defined
a crime, and oe;ii:i seven irnvides
that whenever neeessnries shall be
hoarded they may be proceeded BKainst
by a process of li'iel or condemnation.
"There is much complaint in the
COUtltrv tibmit tl,. ..,-t,,..:.,.. 1 1:
t ... . ., . .- ,tiv -.-Ai,iinir uunrviill
u T, " "T oiof f,,od I"-o.Ui.ts, which in manv i
May 13, J'au Wn.slow of rural routo 3, stances amounts to volution of the law.
crop ai nnir a to 1,
M. It. Winston of Selcni, route 3, fij;
ured his crop at 4 tons on his JVj-Hcre
tract and contracted at K. W.
Lester on May 12, contracted hisr crop
of prunes 011 a two acre tract, estimated
Mi force, in section six, makes hoard-
(Continued, from page one)
drendnahts, led by Hie flagship New
Mexico, the only electrically propellel
ilrendiiniiitlil la the world, '
Mioitlv before S n. in. Kccielnry Dan
iels, aceouiniiiert ),y his officii' party,
went aboard the destrnyer ('tiauiicey,
which ateained out of the liurhnt, and
life is the art of giving
d ive added luurh to life, foi
j 'if y are pleating tkouMsdn
.f ditcrlminating KLri
who appreciate the art of
tood tobacco veil Headed.
I bey vill pleaie you, too.
1 be John Bolliaun Co. CrMwl
$200 REWARD ji
offered for r.-tma of an engage
ment riii(. quesiiou, anhed.
rtoeB from the l.nd of
in lier alrcping room last iii(ht.
The gem h,si k,.fi, ,y
"LUCK and PLUCK"
Vur pari -eiars. description,
etc., ajjily !e the un.lersiuncil,
sfteriKMin Or cveiiinjf, Friday or
l-M KA WHITE.
turned aoiilh In the direction ot t lip on
A few momenta Inter the I'csiiovcr
came alongside the Montana, tne offi
cial reviewing ship, and, r.s tiie secre
tary of the navy came over tlm hide,
his official flag was broken oul at the
main truck of the cruiser vmcli hail
been niuhoied several hundred led off
the (uroiiiido beach.
Simultaneously wilh the iipiiui'i:nee
of the secretary's tlug ciinie the lirst
boom of a salute of nineteen ntunx, the
official greeting roared in hoiioi ot the
head of the American navy,
It wai near 9 o'clock when iMcretai.i
Daniels, following an pxeln.nge of gleet
liij;s with t'nptiiiu Pay of tlm Monlnnn,
took Up his position oil tne cnlise, ,
bride. As he did so there was ex
c'uanoe of signals between the Montana
and the New Mexico, which, Kadin the
siouly moiug fleet, had by this time
cached a point a few thousand feet
faint I he reviewing point. There, was
:-. 11 almost imperceptible ipiiikeiiing oV
Ihe Xew Mexico's pace, each ship dress
ed line, und the review was on,
The order of passing was:
T)rendnaughts New Mexico, Mississip
pi, New York, Texas, Wyoming and
Hatileships Georgia and Vi rinotit.
t 'mixer llirmiughiiin.
llestroyers Yarniill, Knthluiine, ool
sev, Wicks, Kent, Klliott, Ti;lbcll, I.ani
bertou, Hadford, Montgomery, llue.e,
fJamlile, ltunisHV, ItiichiiHan, 1'hilip,
Aaron Wind, Wallers, Boggs, Ward,
rainier, Thatcher, Walker, l ,osby and
The ri :iii 'hi and Vestal iiccoinpanied
the f'nt a lenders.
As M e New Mcxito, f'v imjj the tour-
si.iind tins A I 11 i K 'ilninn, came
din ll" tibrei t is M .uiana, the ilrend
naughts guns cut loss wllli auulmr ln
guns iu honor ot Keeietary Pan, els, and
1 Ihe MonlHiia, returning the ruHipluncnt
boomel bwk wita 17 guns us a salute
I to A'liiiiia! Rodman,
j hack ship, in turn, 'is it tame up with
'the Montana, roared out ils tribute of
1! uuiis and lis the Wyoming, the ling
ship of Itcsd Admiral fount, and the
jUimgi.i, bearing the flag of Reau Ad
j-eiuil Slim maker, pi.'sed, each was glv
en a return salute of 13 guns.
After passing in review, the six drcad-
RaiiKhti (nung out of li.it and came
ib. 111 1 to their anchorage positions,
whne the remainder jf V-(i fleet niox-cd
on around North Ish.nd had into the
landlocked harliur. 8omethiiig Over a
hour had Im-cii required for t'..e anna
da to pas, the reviewing ahip.
Kaa Dicgu left no doubt of her ap
priH-iatioa of the action of Secretary
Daniels in creating a real I'mii'ic t.eet.
The city turned out 18,000 to it ,000
strong last mulit to give him an in
formal hiiue folks' greetiug, which was
so obviously from the heart that sug
g cation of moisture came to the ,cr.
tary's eyes when he referred lo" it .atcr
in the evening.
Before T o'clock this moialnt. the
f jfiist of the thousands of Calif 01 uiana
Salem, figured he would get 10 tons on
his IU acres of prunes mid contracted at
Ity June II, tho price hud advanced
to H.'U3 a ton. Ou this basis, (). I,.
Martin of Macleay eoiiirucrcd for his
crop of 1 Haercs, estimated at 9 tons.
,1. 11. Moorman of Salem also got in ou
the Hit.33 a ton price for his lt19 crop
Ou 1'uu acres, which he est hunted ut
three tons, tieoige 1', II, White ot Ha
lent signed .limn 23 and ugieed lo de
liver his five ton crop from 11 ucies at
3..'i:i a tun. ,
liv .Iu no 17, there was another radi
cal i.dvnnce, uud prune weio north tlol)
a ton. Frank t'nlabn ot ruul route
Salem, cuntrncted at this rveil iiguro
for the 1919 prune ou Ins seven acre
tinct, esliiunteil at 10 tuns. On July 17.
L. J'huiiiuus of 1 11 al run l o, halvm,
signed to deliver Ills crop fioiu his sev
en acre crop, estimated at to tons,
figure was 111 so f.uo B ,,,. ,. . . f ...,.., aii . . ,
.v.. ..!.. I U 1 I. ....!... ..... .(Ill 1 " win iiiiu
t.ll uui p.ico ,:, ou . trjI(, witll , Chi ,Ui, ,.
"Vuu are directed to immediatelv
employ all the facilities at your eoni
mand and muke use of all nvnilable
sources of iiifnrmatinn to seek out nil
dealers guilty of hoarding within the
inclining of the act and to ascertain if,
in any other respect", these provisions
of the food control nils have been vio
lated in your, districts. ''
Mullen At Helm Of Seattle
Coast League Club Today
Seattle,. Wiin1iu Aug. 7. Charley
Mullen, formerly with the Xew ioric
Yankees find the Toledo American as
sociation club, will direct the field pluy
of the Heattlc club today for tho lirst
time. He succeeds Bill Clvmer, who re
signed his post as pilot of the local
'it'ollsl leniriie iluK ti.tr., i...ut,.,.l....
H'lS . M,,H., ..I.......1 1. ,.',',,
.'.iit-ii na,i-u inn inm naseiinii ni
hill, nuil at this figure Mis. hiaiirlna
Muikhtimmci united to duuvel her 1019
crop of prunes. She has six ncits 1n
prunes, with an estimated nop of I
tons. Lee M. Larue of Macleay was
also one of tlm loituuuto ones in not
contracting too curly, as he is to recelvo
$loo a Ion lor "his prune crop from three
ucies, estiiuuted at four Ioiik,
Jack Knight led the clidi yes.ird.lv.
(Bv T'nitcd Press.',
Yeslerdny's winners: Seattl
I'lancisco, Oiiklun'd, Salt Lake.
Home run: I'oliian, Seals.
('hnrlie Mullen led the Raiuiers to vie
toi v u.i his first day as manager of the
club. They downed the Heavers 3 to I.
The HckIs got heir ruin in the larly
innings and defeated the Tigers, 5 to
Five runs in the seventh liming
pickled the game for the 0;iits, tilt- An
gels losing r to 4.
The Bees won the second game from
the two chief vantage point.-, the mug
strclch of t'oionado beach and the
heights to 1'oint Loma. Lven thing
that would float wus presscu into serv
ice by those desiring to wit:ies.- tfte
show from the water.
Shortly before 9 o'clock, Mrs. Jose
phus Daniels, accompanied by a local
committee of San Diego women, was
takea by automobile to 1'oint Lama,
from which place she witnes.-cd luo re
view. A high fog which prcvaiic.il during
Ihe uiurniug hid the sun, but did in noi,i1(. Unions 7 to B.
way dampen tho enthusiasm 01 tne
throngs whose only Interest was the
While Secretary Daniels has beeii
most adriot is aide-stepping, eonmit
ments, the. Impression has been g lined
that there is a recognition In Wash-
Inirto'i that sending the fleet it-elf w;Kiied in Action
but hulf the iob. Adequate bases, dry-, Died from Wounds ...
docking facilities, shop, yards, am, all
the Incidentals that constitute the sec
ond line of defense of a grand fleet
must now follow, r.s wcl at a ticmen
dons amount of harbor Improvements.
From such remarks as have been
dropped by Secretary Daniels, it evi
dent that the government Is fulir pre
pared to meet this expense, and liat
one of the immediate problems of the
secretary aud uf Adniiial Itoomau is tho
The following casualties aic reported
by the commanding general of the
American Expeditionary Foiees.
Died from Accident and Other Ciuaea.
Lewis F Springer, Cleveland Ohio.
Moore Rilev, Altro Kv.
Angel,, SLmpietro, PittsbtuKh Ta.
Claud D Tuiinelf Xing Cily Mo.
Fred Billick, Kidgwar Fa.
Died of Wounds.
John F Bambert, St Louis Mo.
Albert J Bochinsky, Simpson la.
Francis Q Carr, Washington D V.
Roy Fosnight, Burlington Kan,
John K Dtllnvou, Ulidden Iowa.
John Dudginsky, Shelton (01111.
Francis Zuvier Lynch, Yonkrrs N Y.
Robert M Williams, Hartley Tex.
Mat Adamiewiez, Chicago 111.
Ha.-. lion M Amundson, Hiillr.ndaie Fla
Oeorge Frank Broardt, Buffalo N Y.
William H Dnmron, Dunlow W a.
Joan Giaroco, Koine N Y.
Charles E Huffman, Hest Mo.
F.dward Lurgcut, Fort Henry Venn.
Herbert John Lenhard, White Clourl
Irwin J Lundstruni, Wavnly Wash.jed,
if The Lily
can be your. Itt
toft, pearly white ap
pearance, fre from all
blemishes, will be com
parable to the perfect
beauty of your skin and
complexion If you will ui
I TfTW "
Lv-.r. . ft
Raymond J Mctlinnia, Fairchancc Pris
Thomas Toliison Xetland, taiLwba
John Wolf, Kwing Vn.
William J Wood, Brooklyn N Y.
Loran M Woodcock, Westmorland
. CURRENT CASUALTIES
Killed in Action.
I'eter F Hernal, Mnnterer Cal.
Died of Wounds.
William M Johnes, Chicago 111,
Alphin Schurter, Lamnnt Kin.
Jack Myland, Portland Mc.
Died from Aeroplane Accident.
Lieut Limns Ely Russell, Wclsntield
Died from Accident and Other Cuses.
Oerald D Scott, Cape Mav City X J.
illiam Johnston, Jersey Citv X J.
Chnrlie Jones, Memphis Tenn.
Died of Disease.
Burgess S Humm, Hudson X Y.
John II Drnne, Kirk Ky.
Clarke Holloway, MoiiVaovillo Al:.s
William H Mather, West Hiawatha
Raymond J Murray, Forest Cily Pn.
Fred Bown Oliver, Paris Ten.
Clinton Dickinson, Brandvwiue W
Peter A Knutson, Belgrade Minn..
UNITED STATES FACES
(Continued from page one)
soundness of the principles upon which
their plan is built, imbued with the
crnsRiler's spirit to support the ,rin
cipels Uin which their faith is found-
" Recent events have brought us face
to face with a crisis, 'fl-j ditferenco
between, earning power and spending
power of the great muss of tt.o woikers
has compelled u lowering of the stand
ard of existence. This is entirely hos
tile to the interests of humanity.
"It is claimed by those who repre
sent the financial interest that the rail
mads represent an investment of $20,
000,000,000. I nless they receive a re
turn of a billion dollars a year, hoi
shall this investment of money bo com
pared with the investment ot lifo anil
labor that receives a return of $2,500,
000,000 a yearf He who speaks of tho
interests of property as consisting of
rights which the property possesses dis
sociated from the liuiuun nj,lu of owacr
hip reasons falsely."
(Continued from pajc one)
T inier the regulations the rate on
parcels is five cents for the first pound
und one half to one cent on eaah ad
ditional pound for each parcel. How
ever, under Burleson's temporary ar
rangement it was stated, nn order may
be given for various articles up to
the limit of 123 pounds with but one
initial charge of five cents tho ad
ditional weight accumulating the
charge at the rate of .from one half t
one cent a pound. This 'means that if
a purchaser orders ten different ar
ticles aggregating 125 pounds he will
be charged only five ceiijs for the f irat
123 pounds whereas, under regular
laws there would be a five cent ia
itial charge on each of the packages.
FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN TIIE UNITED STATES AND CANADA "T
IS BOUND INSEPARABLY BY TIES OF BLOOD i
Wounded Slightly 21
Died in Aeroplane Accident ...
Kied of Accident and Other Causes
Died of Diseuse
Wounded (degree undetermined)...
Total nunilier of casualties to daie, In
cluding those reported above
determining of how this iiionev ,r iU be rul'i'ii in Action (incluiling joJ
best spent. ' nt 3i70
It would be difficult for easterners 1 Died of Wounds L,777
to reab'e the monentou importance
of this event to the Pacific roast. One
hundred and 23 newspapermen repre
senting the papers of the coast eities
are In San Diego today. The telegraph
offices are awamp.'d w'th dispatches
cmei.ng the most nnnMe Uetails of tae
arrival of the fleet.
In a characteristic statement to the
I'nited Prew, Admiial Kodmau said
"The fleet Is here for busiaes not
This rnsp comment, from the admiral
recalled to manv the famous statement
of Admiral Bob Kvans whea he start
ed around the world hit fleet was
"ready for a fight cr a frolic."
Liberty Bond Quotations
New York, A ut;. 7. Liberty i.ond
iuottins: 1 4'. firs! t's, t.0S;'
..... .1 A u ' ' .: . 1 11' . dm. mm..... -
7' . . :r . " "" tttilJ fVi's, 95.00: fourth 4'i'. 93 44: T AVIJ TUVitl
Wfr loutt torvjrtory sagu. 4vv 93, TOUR B00YCUARO"-30'.60.HJ9
Died of Disease
Died from Accident ond Other
Wounded iu Actioa (over &3 pt r
cent returned) ..2U,628
Missing in Action (not including
prisoners released and return
ed) - 1,610
I 1 mill l -rnaxnTf T"t ft ? f -' ,.'.?.V.v-'T- v"' ' 'V ' St-,
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If i j j i ; . ' vi
Total to date
Killed ln Action
Henry Fliblw-rt, Ixx-minster Mass.
Houston Anderson, Montalba Texas.
Charles E Shaffer, Hunt W Ya.
Wash the afTtcttd
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1 The closenwa of social and eom- Americans, and in Manitoba 78.789. f enterprising spirit which charaetw, '
hereial reUtmns between ranarla I laat ur lu,.,l inrulft . I Iu. i . T . 11 " cnaraCXW
t'.d the United States is indicated by j cam. to Alberta, which was the low-! democratic law. .nrf ' iJt?.;!. i
j b eTer-increaing numoerof Airier-1 est numoer in tniruen yexrs, except
It.ins who are seeking homes in the, ir 191 5, when the number was 6,255.
frat farming districts of the prairie; With the wi' over, it ia expected
trovinees of the Dominion. that the inrush will resume its for-
lnthe provinces of Alberta,1 rier proportions, which averaged
Saskatchewan and Manitoba alone' about 25.000 a veer, the top figure
there, are 680,212 Americans. Thi i being reeehed w'l'.tOP-. whn a record
more than the total peculation of; of 4 rVrts wss established.
Vlherta, which is 67'l.Oi0. ln A1-' The number of resident Immi
Wrta, nearly half the population, j jrnints etrer than British er Amer
rT5,0u0 to be exact, are of Amencaa! v-an bem is about 40.000 and prac-
irrth, the British bom residents be-! ti; a'!v ,-,o more are romsar oer.
i about third of this number, i Amerk-ane like the Canadian West
Jti?r5--t!?. V9 I t.330' They find ia U the hm agKreaeive,
laws anil iit,,i;M '.
fair Dlav. reform m r,t,. ... i . . a t f
best type and innumerable opportSN
nities for bettering; their material
circumstances. Then the fact thsA
there are many Americans already
in Canada brings more, for they ar
especially jrregarioua when their oww
peoole are concerned. t
Canadians and Americana Stood I
shoulder to shoulder in war and!
mingled their best blood on Fiandr
fields. Now- in peace, they attiil
stand shoulder to shoulder eaj
Ji in arte their biood in fees of kinship