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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1919)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1919.
HIGH PRICES BLAMED
Man Responsible For Increas
ed Costs Not To Be round
In United States.
Now - York:- -Aug, 29. Investigators
' Buckingham & Hedit
AeI Forget it for a Year at
Buys a Pair of
Sioes For Your Boy
The Cheapest Shoe on Earth
- In the Long Run at
; PARIS BROS.
Buckingham & Hecht Army
Shoes Win Where Others
who iiro lookine- for the "guilty par
ty" responsible for the high cost of
living in the United States will never
find - him . $1 America, aiocordjing -to
Wall' street financiers. . . ..
A correspondent of the United Press
lntrviftwiwl several of the biffaest bank
efs of tins country to ask them for
tt-eir. ideas on the. nign .cost or living
Tttniiirli tfna 1 inn ne.inl . men rfcfusCd. to
allow their names used, they were free
in their opinions. 7
.The general concensus Is that , the
man who' started; the war is responsi
ble. People who are suffering- now aro
merely paying tneir part 01 i m
for making the'world free for democra
cy, in the opinion of financiers.
.;- The present situation is the natiir.
al one after five years of destruction
nnrT '-nhn.nrnflMf.tinn ." ' explained 'one
prominent Wall street man, 'ftho world
is short or rooa ana doming ana Buy-
plies Of an ginas. America is suurv
because it has shippea so mucn to Eu
rope, ana Because it is not prouuciug
enough. . .. .
.."High-prices are the result, or -a
slinrfnuA nn ' thfl market. Legislation
and aglntion will not lower prices, per
manently or to any extern, as auuu aa
we begin to produce more, so that the
surplus n rue marnes cuuaea cuiiji--tion
for Bale, prices will come down.
Until we produce more, and until Eu
rope produces more, prices will remain
high. '. " . '
" Wall street is not surprisea at tne
vnw hion Yi-ip.es n.nd the -unrest all ov
er the . country i The financial interests
ontioinatnn1 finnV eirnectftd' this trouble.
iSimilar disturbances have occurred af
ter every war of importance. look
back at the period following the Civil
war.. The only difference is that the
present catastrophe is greater than any
previous oije,. ana will De more aim
cult to .re-adjust."
The bankers interviewed were not
in . evninathv with, the ftffltRt.lOn ana
lnaialatinn in Wnshinffton. Wall street
considers it an ineffectve way of feed-
ng the hungry, ana generally, accuBeo
the legislators or playing ior puuuiuty.
Tltn annnniiili) aitilfltinn - w ill ndiust
itself along . tho good old fashioned
lines of the law or supply ami uenmuu,
according to the financiers, who feel
that, nothing else under the sun can
serve as a real remedy, though they
admit that certain legislative moves
can be mjectea as temporary ; iumu
Units, i . .
' (Continued from page one).
.Thursday, September i, evening dt
aress Indianapolis, Ihd.
Friday, September 5 St. Louis. :
Saturday, September 6 Kansas City
Saturday and Sunday, September 6
and 7 Des Moines, Iowa.
Monday, September 8, morning ad
dress, Omaha and evening address in
Sionx Falls, S. D.
Tuesday, September 9, all day in St.
Paul and Minneapolis.
Wednesday, September iu, noon ad
dress in Bismark, IN. D. ' : -.
Thursday, September 11, mornnig ad
dress in Billings, Mont,, evening aid
dress in Helenaf Mont. . -;
Friday, September 12, morning ad
dress in Goner d'Alene, Idaho, after
noon address in SpoKaney wasn.
Saturday, September 13, and Sunday
September 14, day meeting in Tacoma,
and evening aauress at ocaiue.
Monday, September lb, ail aay ana
evening in Portland, Or.
Wednesday, September 17 and Thurs
day, September 18, San Francisco.
ir riday, BcpremDor a, aiturnooii uuu
night in San Diego. 1
Saturday, iseptemoer zu anu eunuay
. PARIS BROS.
LEADS TO ARREST
Pharmacist Sought to Make Fortune
By Trading Upon Reputation of Well
Known Tonic, Strength, Tissue and
Blood builder Imitation Did Not
Contain Strength Giving Properties
of Genuine Product.
You will miss a treat if you fail to see our Show Windows. Every
window is showing the very last word in Ready-to-Wear, the -pick of
This display will remain until Tuesday. Walk by and feast your eyes,
then step in and make a closer inspection of the qtialttyy materials and
workmanship, whether an intending purchaser or not. Let our com
petent sales force try the garments on you.
Monday is Labor Day. We shall be closed all day.
You Can Always Do Better At .
And Ladies Outic? Shoes, too
Phnonix. Ariz. The arrest of a phar
macist of this city revealed a gigantic
plot to violate tne siaic ana ieuuru'
statutes bv selling a cheap, inferior
substance represented to be genuine
The authorities found thousands of
nnnniarfaii lohftl. nnil mflterialH indi
cating elaborate plans for the nation
wide expolitation or ,the spumous tonic,
This case is unique in tne criminal rec
ords of Arizona and serves as a warn
ing to the public against worthless im
itations designed to sell upon the rep
utation of high grade, efficacious prep
. For many yearp Bitro-Phosphate has
nnintroil tha KnnfwlenCA of its millions
of ucers and the fact, that reputable
. . 3 :i
physicians prescribe ana recommena
in cases .of nervousness, excessive
thinness and general weakness makes
it the natural target for the unscrupu
lous substitutor. ' - -
Frederick Kollc, M. D.,- editor . of
New York "Physicians Who's Who.."
says Bitro-i'hosphate snouia xe pre
scribed by every physician and used
in avanr. nnenitnl tn increase ' the
strength and enrich the blood of weak,
thin, nervous or anaemae people.
The genuine bitro-phosphate is sold
r all first eiass drugsrists under a
definite guarantee of satisfaction or
moner back and eases of attempted
t anKatWntiin n. tha - mIa nt imitation
I should be- reported io Arrow Chemical j
I V 'U., n lilOlllllB. . lllll P, w& ...
Square,- New York City. . : i :
Sentemher 21. Saturday afternoon and
iSunday in Los Angeles.
Monday, September 22, evening ad
dress in Reno, Nev. ,
Tuesday. September 23, evening ad
dress in Salt Lake city. " ,
Wednesday, September 24, late af
ternoon address in Cheyenne, Wyo.,
spending night in Denver, Colo.
Thursday September 25, forenoon
address in 'Denver, afternoon address
in Pueblo, olo.
Friday, September 2fi, forenoon ad
dress in Wichita, Kan., and evening
address in Oklahoma City, "
Saturday, September 27, mid-afternoon
address in Little Rock, night ad
dress in Memphis, Tenn.
The president will spenfl Saturday,
September 13 in xacoma. nj win
leave in the afternoon for an evening
aj. at Honttle. He will spena sun-
day, September i in oeaniB gums
from there to Portland.
The president, according to present
nt.na will anpfilc in nn open air amphi-
theater in lacoma. mis is one ui
few open air addresses the president
will make. "
Sunday, September 28 and Monday,
September 29, all y&y (Sunday and
Monday forenoon in Ijonisville. Ky.
Tuesday, Setpember 30, arrive Wash
ington 11 a. m.
The president plans to leave Wash
ington -Wednesday evening, going di
rect to Columbus.
The president will leave the capital
.niot. liAv0r1 at tha turn, 'national
problems have taken in the past few
davs. He is aia to oe particularly
r.i.a.s Aon. tn .tnml nf railroad
shopmen leaders, who have urged the
nun tn defer action for at least 90
davs. and wlh the action of brother
hood chiefs in siding with the railn nd
administration in the strike dia'te
in the southwest. He takes these an
index of labor's attitude.
The president is said also !o feel
Hint 'natinnnl labor leaflcrF. "OW in
conference here with Samr.il Gomp-
ers, will throw tneir mriuii..-- in mi
or of his plan fot-an indu t.inl truce,
and act as a 'balance again u unautnor
ized strikes and radicalism.
The president's car will travel as a
special section of regularly scheduled
RriniTs Suit For Recovery
Of Old Homestead
William P. Lord, attorney for Mr. Nos
mith, contends that tho deed given Mrs.
Ankeny for the farm cni March 10, 1899,
was absoluto on its face, but that it was
in fact a mortgage and was given in re
turn for assumption by her of indebted-
fimnnntinrr tn 7492.40 which in
cluded delinquent taxes and a mortgage
hold by Joshua MclJnniels for fouzu. it
is declined that this action was taken
that the farm might not pass into tho
hands of st rungers.
The eomplniut continues: " i Hereup
on while eomplalnant did not have Inde
rtnnrlnnpa nt mind Or resort to other in
dependent ind unprejudiced advise and
Portland,. Or., Aug. 29. That he had
become addicted to the excessive use. of
intnvipr.tiriff Hiiuors and was incapable
of transacting business affairs at the
time he deeded his section oi tne oiu
Kn.mith homestead in Polk couitv to
his sister, the late Mrs. Mary J. Ankeny
is the allegation made by milium .
Nesmith, son of Senator James W. Nes
mith, deceased, in a suit filed in the
I'nited RtHteii district court yesterday.
In the action which is ttircctca against
T.oi P Ankenv. ex-United States sen-;
ator and now a resident of Walla Walla,
Wash., Mr. Nesmith asKs tne ngnt to re
deem the farm which he declares to be
worth 75,000. ; Mr. Nesmith lives on a
farm near Harrisburg, Oregon.
I Deed Mortgage. Is Contention.
The complaint, which was filed liy
says. Dostor Connor formerly of Johns
H(4kins hospital. Thousands of men
suffering from fatal diseases would be
in perfect health today were it not ior
the deadly drug Nicotine. Stop the
habit now before it's too late. It's
simple process to rid yourself of the
tobacco habit in an form. Just go to
any up to date drug store and get some
UliAftt-Al tab ntti TflUR inp n km uircutCU
and lo; the pernicious habit quickly i
vanishes. Druggists refund the money
if they fail. Be ure to read large and
interesting, announcement oy '
Connor soon to appear in this' paper.
It tens Of the danger oi nicuimu iwir
oning and how to avoid it. In the mean
time try Nicotol tablets; you will be
surprised at the result. D. J. Fry".
while compluinnnt, was deprived of his
free agency of mind, by reason of ins
incompetence and tho confidential re
lationship of brother and sister as here
inbefore described, complainant did on
the 10th day of March, 1899, cxecuto a
certain deed, absolute on its fac, but
in fact a mortgage to Mary J. Ankeny."
Redemption Is Bef used.
The farm which comprises 3!C acre,
of lr.nd was transferred to Mr. Ankeny
by the terms of his wife's will follow
ing her death October 29, 1918.
Mr. Nesmith declares that he asked
the right to redeem the land on May 19,
1919, but was refused.
An nnler nreventinir Mr.-nkeny from
incumbering the property or disposing
of it whilo the action is in progress ia
also asked of tho court.
streetcars and dragged crews from
them. Most of the conductors and mo-
tormen, police sa,id. refused to strike.
Police broke up the gatherings and .
trnffio was soon resumed.
Hundreds of men have stationed
themselves near industrial plants to
urgo workers to join the walkout.
Six thousand workers, lenders in tho
movement cluimed, were to march in a
n the Anstralinn irold 1'C-
servo is now 43.57 per cent of tho note
circulation, according to a statement
issued by the federal treasury.
Police Holding Peoria's
Threatened General lie-
Up Well In Hand Today
Peoria, 111., Aue. 29 Peoria's threat
nno.l ironnrnl HtrilfA tfllined little bcad-
nnriv tn.lnv'when iolico reserves
dispersed crowds of alleged radicals
who had halted streetcar iramc ior
i an Tiaiii"
An order for a sympathetic strike of
all workmen In tho city, lssuea uy -
called radicals late yestoruav urn
..i...ni.A,i ... tiin tmrlpR nnd labor as
sembly, was to have been carried out
at 7 a. m. today. At mat nour ki
of laborers stationed at several points
in tho downtown section waited for
will tfrow in mind
i 1 - 'C
ana musae 11 yuu
feed him right.
'Therein Reason "