Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, August 27, 1919, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1919,
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An immense problem in reconstruction confronts the present generation.
FALL OF
1919
Are you doing your utmost to prepare to reaa in us somiionr
FALL OF
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Oregon Agricultural .-College
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HOME ECONOMICS. AGRICULTURE. COMMERCE. FORESJTRY. PHARMACY, MUSIC.
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. CIVIL ENGINEERING. ELECTRICAL ..ENGINEERING.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. INDUSTRIAL ARTS.
MINING ENGINEERING. LOGGING ENGINEERING. MILITARY SCIENCE.
Tha College trainirfincludacourwihEnilBh. Economic Ait. Mhemict. Modern J"""
Phyucal Education. Induatrial JournalUm. Natural Science and all enenuaU of an dcatioo.
Three regular terms Fall term begins September 22. 1919
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For Collce Catolot. Illustrated Booklet and other Information addrwa
.... THE REGISlriAS. Oregon Agricultural college,
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A WEEK
TfPRESENTISTIME
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nations would promote war instead of j
prevent.it. When the big peace confer
. ence was on, Lloyd George, Clemenceau
and Orlando were each on the look out
for their own countries, while. the Amer
iean representatives were so busy look
ing out for the whole world' that they
forgot all about America.
.A large arniy.and fc larger navy were
favored by the' speaker, and then uni
versal military training.- "There is no
danger in a large army," declared Lieu
.tenimt Tooze. "There are outlaws roose
in this world and now is the time when
American ideals must be protected."
In giving his personal experiences, lie
witl the average soldier was more afraid
of artillery -fire than of hiachino guns.
This was due, he thought to the fat
that artillery fire makes tjic worst
wounds and also to rno ueniuimismg ui-1
feet of the sound of the big shells that (
burst and sprayed shrapnel like., 6 f oun-.
tain. - , 'f "' I
As to who won. the war, he said it was j
no single country, but if any ono was to'
be rjiven credit, this credit should be to
the private. - Three of the great contri
buting causes were, first, the British I
navy, second, the placing of Marshal
PocTi in command of all armies, and
third, the arrival of the Americana at
Chateau Thierry, just as the Germans
rero maki their greatest drive for
Paris and the Atlantic coast. While in
reality America contributed the great
est to winnin," the war, yet it was the
combination of all the resources of the
allioR that did it.
The American soldier had three privi
leges in fiance which he exercised espe
cially when on a hard long hike, The
weTe smoking, grumbing and cursing.
Tho mettle of the Americans ras tried
in the long night hikes with heavy packs
n thAir hacks and in bad weather. ,
Ti..n mirhinir romantic in carrying,
night after night, & heavy pack on one's
u..,.r o,, it rpniiired more courage to
stand up. to those long night marches
thair to charge a niacnme gun u.
uw ,!,.. it fuel to really be iu a bat
tle! There are no more gallant charges
like that of Uettysuurg as sucu k
...... -Pnimrl . nil t V nil the back of maga-
i... Tn tno midst ot a battle
he often stopped and questioned himsolf
"Is this war I , .riven wnn ouuu au
;., nnr. linntincr over the American
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lines into the German it all romindod
him more of a big Fourth of July cele
bration. When, leaving the troneneg et
5:30 in the morning for a frontal attack,
the boys marched out as ir on parotic,
t of,rrinir to the death of his. twan
brother, Leslio, he said he saw him about
9 o'clock on Bept. ZS, tno aay ub wu
killed. He was then trying to locate a
German machine gun neBt and was ex
posing himself. Lieutenant 'Tooze sain
he called out to his brother saying "Les
lie irnii ua too reckless. Wait until the
one pounders get into action." The sec
ond time he saw his brother on that
fatal day was in the afternoon when the
advance- had been held up by a German
! sniping fire. Again he called to his
i i.rr.n.o t.hnt. he wa exDOsing liimsolf
1 too much.' Late in the afternoon during j
the advance, a soldier came to mm ana
I said that his brother, Leslie, hau been
I killcil. As tho skirmish line in charge
I of Leslie Toozo had advanced beyond
the lino and had fallen back, the body
was not recovered until .the next morn-'Hig-nd
now. lies buried just a few
I miles from Verdun. ' ..
I Lieutenant Tooze was given the clos
est of attention and his address was
most favorably received. His remains
I regarding Japan wore vigorously cn
I cored. Among those present were a
large nuinbor of his brother Elks and
also members of the American Legion.
TTa nrna ill trodneed bv Judge George H.
Burnett who said he would give all m
the world if he could but wear the uni
form of Lieutenant Tooze.
Tim w.tnrn was eiven under tho aus
pices of tho Women's club of Salem.
Lieutenant Tooze is giving his time to
delivering these addresses to aid in rais
ing funds for tho women's building of
' the University, of Oregon. This even
ing he speaks at Falls City and will
leave soon for the east whore he will
continue his law studies for two years.
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We Are Prepared
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We shall have the biggest Fall Business in our history. Why?
Theanswer is obvious.
We have the merchandise-all of the "MEYER'S QUALITY".
Our Fall Show
Would do credit to any of our largest cities. Our Show Windows will give you
some idea. Every window is showing the pick off FASHION'S DEMANDS. This
display will remain until Tuesday. Walk by and feast your eyes, and then come in
and make closer inspection in quality, materials and Workmanship, whether an
intending purchaser or not. Let our competent sales force try the garments on you.
Every Window
Tells It V
Individual
Story
. You Can Always Do Better At
LyU
GOO0iLGOOII S,
Every Window
Will Please
the Feminine
Fastidiousness
PHONE WORKERS
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Every grocer everywhere
se'ils Kellogg's everyday
This rejected compromise gave' the
operators a scale ranging from ?ia to
lfl a week in cities and from $10 to $15
in towns. The maximum was obtainable
onl yafter five years service. They
asked a scale of. from 2 to H in all
cities and towns. ;,
The electrical workers struck asking
wage of 6.40 a day. They were
grafted 6. The referendum vote just
t,i rninptpri the 6 wage by an
overwhelming majority, uramua ami.
Those making tne couni lnciuueu
Mii.a. Vniphnt.t. Blewcr and Johnson,
all connected with locals pf the opera:
tors union. Witn tnem was trasacr, o.
t fo.T)nnnlrl-resident of local N. 92
of the electrical workers and President
Mvlcr of local No. 283.
rt wmili he ridiculous to call
strike on the basis- of uch a scant
vote," one of these men was quoted e
having remarked. - The vote was eaid to
represent about 13 per cent of the mem
bership. .
Grassor was quoted as having said his
only course was to report the vote to the
telephone companie and await iUeir de- Steel Corporation. . ,
cision asto whether they v.-.m grant "As neretororo puouc.y ..uk-u ...
npotators. . corporation and subsidanes, altnougn
not combatting labor unions as such,
declined to do business witn inoni. i "
corporation is opposed to the 'closed
shop' and stands tor tne -open uup .
the original demands of th
STEEL HEAD
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tion had been received. No comment on
its contents or tho probable action that
will be taken on it was maae.
Gary's statement, addressed to tne
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committee, sum v'
"We do not think you are authorized
to represent the sentiment of a major-)
St. Louis Negroes Plan
Cvn . Department Store
ganized, inaimged and for negroes was
being planned hero today.
A mctin;;-is expected to provide funds
for the enterprise. Stock amounting to
$23,000 has been subscribed and the bal
ance of $100,000 is expected to ue laiseu
tomorrow
Dr. B. G. Shaw, pastor of the Metro-
nolitan A. M. K. Zion church and presi
dent of the Co-operative Association of
Liberty, is founder of the Idee "vve
arc going to separate ourselves," he
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to represent tne ituuiu. - ..j ( - ' . . , . t t,
ity of the employes of the United States A co-operative department store or-
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The Original
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rotlDfantInwlldUndOrowlngChndrenl Rich milk, malted grain extract In Powdef
Th. Original Food-Drink for All Ago I No Cooking - Nourishing D.ge.tibU
said today. "I think it ia woll for ua
to build up a wholo section commercially
and otherwise."
Don't le t your children suffer. If
they are fretful, peevish, puny or
cross, give them Hollisters Ro.'liy
Mountain Tea a harmless but safo
Inxativo for children. 35c. D. Fry.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
FLOR de
The Cigar Supreme
At the price fUDR DE MELBA is
hetter, bigger and more pleasing
mail any uuiu Havana -gai .
Corona oh 1 fc Omen Sizm .
ScLtcros size 1 vJ DirrtRtNT Puces
Ask vour dnltr for vour favorite six.
If your dealer cant supply you,wrileu.
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