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THE DAILY CAPITAL 'JCjffKN A L, SALEM, Qrifc(iOK ' SATURDAY; SEPTEMBER 6, 1919.
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RETURN OF RAILWAY
LINES UP Ta VOTERS
The Marion Automobile Company wish to announce that they are now
agents for the ,
Automobiles' and a car load will arrive in Salem the 10th of September
We are also distributors for the
Oidsmobile and Franklin Automob
We can supply your truck needs with the
From 1 to 10 tonsYour Lighter Hauling With
Oidsmobile Economy Truck
Our garage is open for your service day or night with expert mechanics in
charge. We carry a full supply of tires, oils and accessories. ,
Visit our used car department. Several good bargains on hand. "--
Marion Automobile Co,
255 S. Commercial St.
The G. A.R. - - Then and Now
Columbus, Ohio, Wept. (!.. (Hutted
Press. JiiHt thiityone yuan ago todaj
Bll Columbus was keyed up to tin
highest, pitch of expectancy mid pre?
lunation., Decorators were swathing tin cont inued on. ,
. city with flans ami ljuntiiig. Ons-light-'. 1 The S3rd national G. A. E. encamp
ed arches woro being erected in the men t next week will probably bo the
downtown sections. Muininoth cities ol lust over-held by tho veterans of years
. teirtt wore tpringiiiK up uU bund ijtanila (rone. ,Jiy ,- , , ?
and ninny thousands of soldiers- have
dropped from the ranks. .
' For, tile first time in the history of
0. A. B. encampments, other lnilitnry
organizations will take part. Thous
ands of Spanish' War ' veterans will
Commander-in-chief Ken, Oon. Sher
man and CK-President Hayes left the march with the Civil War heroes. . The
column at the reviewing stand while
tho .long, steadily, marching columns
mill reviewing stands were, being built
in m 11 in ii street.
Columbus was preparing to welcome
100,0110 veterans of tho civil wtir to the
S-nd uutiunul encampment of the Grand
Annv of tho Republic. Then the blue-
coated hordes swept into Ciiluinbua from
every section ot too country.
On Tuesday, 'Scpti'iriber 11, 1888, was
ki'M tho greatest parade in the history
ol the eitv. lieudiuii llie columns of
(Present Owners Not Active In
Opposition To Govern
New York, Sept. 6. (United Press.)
That tho present leaders in railroad
development and the moneyed interests
which have been backing railroads will
not make a struggle to keep transporta
tion liucg from going permanently to
government ownership, is evident from
the attitude taken by Xcw York.cmefs
of finance and railroading. .
"It is a question entirely up to the
people of the country," is tho way rail
road executives and financiers refer to
the Plumb bill, providing for govern-
i nient ownership of the roads. Wall
street especially would not object, if
government ownership ended with the
ru lunula. However, financiers are ap
prehensive that on vo labor leaders gain
the railroads, they would'demand other
industries und financial institutions as
weii. . - . 'rftii&sasa
Money invested in other industries,
rather than in railroads, yields far bet
ter returns as a rule, say bankers. This
may account for the fact that much of
the railroad stock of the country is held
elsewhere than in Wall street.
If there is a fight to prevent the rail
roads from going permanently to govern
ment ownership, it must be in congress
and by congress, say railroad executives
who deny th&t they have any plans for
publicity campaigns. They say they
think the railroads will be much better
managed in private hands, and will give
better service, but deny that it is to
the interest of railroaders to keep con
trol of the roads.
"Executives are better paid and have
greater opportunities in other indus-
trios," say railroad men, who oxplain i
iiu-u presence ar rneir posts by thestate-
;ineu tthat tliey like their work. However
,they could not work for the salaries the
government would pay, they add.
The railroad men through the associa
tion of Railway Executives, comprising
practically all of the railroads of the
country,, have suggested to congress a
counter 'proposal for government owner
ship. : ' ,
The railroad executives' plan provides
for private Ownership under close gov
ernment control of finance, wages, rates
and routes through tho medium of u sec
rotary 6f railways, to be a member o
tne cabinet ot the president of the Un-
Time will soon be here. We have everything from the best down,
matter what you want to pay we have a heater at that price.
It does not
As illustrated is one of, the best heaters made.
It is equipped to burn wood or coal. Is built of the
best material throughout. Full polished steel body,
with cast top bottom and linings. The nickle
smooth and plain.
younger blood of Amorica will take ov
er the more strenuous duties of tho Civ- itcd States.
ll warriors with a zeal boi;n of victory.! . Eailroad executives and financiers ar-
Former governor, James A. Campbell jgue with, the laborers that speculation
director general of the encampment ha must bo '.eliminated from railroad dcvel
boon assured, that nearly evory post of opment and that labor must get better
the American. Lesion in Ohio will take 'pay and ."shorter hours. However, thev
(omibtm,entVnR Hill.' -r--l !li'-Vi.nV'! 1
tmmBmmiiimmm ... , y
( . Ul ... - " It 1 BROILER PAH I
runt wt rowal H , . . hf , . '
I - I TOUR COVERS FO I. H J I V I ' J
I COM. AND WOOO t 11 V. IK f - )
r- "" ' tA?''1-!'.;?"''" poscclain g& iPaq)
- "r STARTED FOT 1 1 JL m mtwH
t - vlfl fr mffj 1 "SSTkiI! i liflpwjer won cowers to.
( A UFttlME WANOC Hnafl I) 'OT ' ' TO BOWK
" ' l9e llfrm TT'-iTrii m' 'i m i.'Th'Wr " Jvei ifil mtun oii)
, M ' -' ' SlJflr O COAi woop on qa&
' m c i if burn coal wow on - m T , . ,
' V OAS AT tVE SAME TIKI ft I
I ) OR HWIVItfUALLY
1 ' i : ' V
jj i. SETS IN 40IHCH SPACg
: : : :
"v fe- i I;
For the Universal
stration at the
part in the parade.
COMMERCIAL CLUB IN
ImtLeud of inanmiullv camps, necess
ary yeuin'Ruo to accomodate ttho thous
ands of soldiers, Columbus today was
throwing open its homes to the Civil war
veterans who began pouring 'into the
city on every train.
Tho camus are not nooded. There
wero 100,000 veterans in the city then.
Now there will not be more than a tenth
of that number. Instead of tho numer
ous band stands ulons Hich street, ftrst
Uunly civil warriors wewe General Wnu aid stations have been erected to enro
TocmuHoh Sherman and ex-President f0r tho aged veterans who may sue-
JCntnerMiu 13. Jlayos. ! cumb to the strenuous activities of th
The soldiers marched with firm step parade to be held next Wednesday.
ml clear eye. The day was theirs. A In 1888, tho march Was nearly three
Ji, If hundred bauds and drum corps re- miles in length. Next week's lino of
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.....i I..U.H... uuiniv ..mo nio marcii win cover oniv a very Rnort nil- iBriii . ,.),,, t "t, ... ,
of thouud. of feet beat in endence on (,,ec, probably less tlmn a mile. There 1 Bronortion tn 11!' .'."u"
the cohlilestonos of HiRli Btreot. The pro- will ho thonsanda who will not mnwh ' .., . f T.. t. ... . '
os in .length und took with their comrades. Snecial reviowinif oi u S f , Alimonv .i.,h I... t. .
n ii if hnnrn tn n t irt rnvlewiuff l . I. n.,..l ii -u uu u,ti i"t . i " ' . .
Campaign For Larger Enroll
ment To Be Started
Next Week. .
To bring the momborship of the Com-
reei tnat.the lottor, will-never be a-
complishetl with gutrprnmont" control,
duo to slbwi-ig down 0f production, un
less an annual deficit is paid bv the tax
payers of the coniitrv.
at $2.90 Per
new v0rk, Sept. 6. (Unilod Press.) I
O j, , . ... '
cmuppy ioous are barred, but it still
tlocsn 't seem possible that $2.00 will buy
uircu syuare meais every day for a week
in New York City. And vet that is the
official report turned in to the city
I't'Ksiou. was mil
laud In East Broad street,
Trade In Your Old Stove
AS PART PAYMENT ON A NEW ONE. WE ALWAYS SELL FOR
Time has marched on in 31
world us the
years, herr in,iaf,. ., , prisoners have been iucarccrted.
members will be put on bcirinnhi" next I As matte''of 'aet city officials havs
Wednesday. very mite to do with this miracle, 'for I
.And t0 enll attention to the fact that., wuu'an oeB tie cooKmg. it is due to;
tne city should have a membership close 1 . 1 "1B 18 lPl uwn, accord
to 1000, a luncheon will be given at the I1"?'0 shcriff Kn0
Marion hotel next Tuesdav evening at1. woman is Mrs. Rose Taylor, who,
6:.'I0 o'clock. Those to participate will'for ,llirt.v-onc years, has presided over
tne Kitchen back of the jail. Mrs. Tay
lor is 7o years old, but says she just as
spry and healthy as a youngster. Only
her wrinkled and hardened hands give
evidence that she has cooked, with thA
BECKER and ADAMS
COMEDY SONG AND TALK
THE WHISTLING DOUGHBOY
CORNALLA and WILBUR
THE BOYS WITH THE PEP
il y : : : -: . ..W ' -. . a
be men who are interested in the com
mercial growth of tho ctiy and who will
be willinj; to devote a few hours a day
for two 0r three days towards tirin1n'r
! Marshall Pnna, president of the Port
, land Ad club and associated with tho
I Portland Journal, has consented to come
to the city and deliver the address of
tho evening. According to all reports,
Mr. llnna is about the most ntSK''Ossive
and eonvineim; talker in tho hig city.
The present membership of tho Com
mercial nun is Hut with the fine
-Hamburger steak, potatoes,
Wednesday Goulash with beans.
Thursday Corned beef und beans.
Friday Pea soup, fish, mucaro.ii.
Saturday Beef and mutton stew.
Sunday lioast beef and potatoes. ,
And we have it ou the authority of
COURT HOUSE NEWS
"il ui who unsisiuui, tnree meals for I
an averatre of thirty misniiera ji rlsv nnt
to speak of the keepers and prison Pm. ! Val'dcn Johnson that tho portions are
ployes. . JSd&lgjjjjl 11 lot b'gRer llan those one gets in a
The Ludlow street jail kitchen is , restaurant. -big,
bare room with a stone floor. A ' Nt,'ll; does the jail get its foodstuffs
coal stove sixty years old is at ue end, a! ow P'i,('8- Tho warden buys his pro
a cupboard graces a side wall, and a visi" 8 fn,m stores in the neighborhood
Iomt kitchen table occuniea thn center Py for it the same price that ev-
iiuuseue on x.uuiow street must1
J. .T. Winter, son of Joseph Winter,
has been appointed administrator of the
Joseph Winter estate, estimated at a
value of $3000. He died May 1, 1919.
J. T. Hunt, Adam Burns and W. E.
Thomas have been appointed appraisers
of the estate of Permilla A. Cnspel!
business iirosnecta nf tl,n u o.j .i.iJt is spotlessly clean, for Mrs. Taylor's
development of industries 'that will ! 'ite Clutt'1'8 around that kitchen. She pn-v'
change conditions materially in the eitv : 'ai m',tn'T tmnily nor tnends. Her
within the next two or three vears, it homo is tI,e P'isoii.
a...... . ' ' fit-' i..i .,..1, AIn I. ... iv
is reit tnnt tne membership should be ""a i"."ux uv" u" eriu tm. . . "
more than doubled. two hundred and ninety pen,.iee can; UUeS In&TiSS HadS 111
nik. ...,i: . .ii ... ' t'OVil II fn-iiM.-n liiiiii'ci tin-.... .to... a ! t
-me (itoit j me iionru ot ii'.recrm.' ' " - "!" i
of the club hns been not for n, .1a. sov'u days in the week, she discreetly '
velopiueut alone of Salem, but foi the rofor J'0" to Warueu Johnson and Shcr-; J I Silas E. Howard has been appointed
whole of Million cotmtv und it is -im- 1U AMl woo order the food and spend ' San Francisco, Souf. . .Boxers from !adniiuiMtrutor of the estate of Theodore
iPacifie Fleet Boxing
Fast Bouts Friday Night
To appraise the value of tho estate
.of Jmnes W. Taylor and Eachel Taylor,
;the cointy has appointed Ham- C. Dow
:ning. Giles E. Thomas nnd Louie F.
I Raniboz. .
lc Word Class Ad Will Sell It
f-' . A
derstood this policy will be coutinued. 1 tl10 """''. Her part, she Bays only the Tacitic fl -et turned their heivv nr- K- Hward who was killed Juac 21. 191Q,
hi an autoomoue accident at State and
Wavertv streets in Salem.
Kffmts will soon be made to secure 'ttusl!" ot "managing tu got along. ".tillery on each other last tiiirht- at the
uieinbership from farmers wh0 are as' mii nard to cook for a lot of ! Ann tonuui, with the result two new
vitally interested in tho prosperity of i''P'o" k"o lidded cutting the frank- j f,l'rt championships changed hands,
the Voiumuiiitv to the same extent as " (Monday is frankfurters day at 1!".ttl!"!J) Rrnsliaw (1". S. s. Idaho)
the merchants' of tho eitv. . j'"' jU "if you have plenty of stuff, i Rol) . Garner (U. 8. S. a
Duo to the general busy couditions in nud they're not stingy with me here.1",0'' ilown the second round and
the eitv. If u h.nu.,1 w i... 1 dou t have to scrimu. I wish I could , in ripnt. Ken
a day will be required of those who j nBve a 8as stove, tnougU."
help in securing members nnd that the' "Xo 1 hnyen't any modern convex
requisite number can be lined up in
quick campaign of three days.
MINERS TO STRIKF
I'""" '""s ijaniea tno miuaiewcight
.championship and deserved it.
fleorofn Tjrti.ll IT Q A l -
i ... 1 ... 1.U..I. T i. 4-1 - . kj. k.. annusiBl, A
T,,"' , T ,"m""' "r veteran of the Marue and Poissons
make the coal stove every day and you J dropped Tommy -Campbell Vr 7 s
j certainly have to wash that stone floor New Mexico) in the fourth, although
to keep it clean, but I don't find the the clever bantam champion up to that
""B'."i; "i hip 1-u-ttiiiiij; -iiuru, um uu mm; una a leao.
6. (fnitcd,0 though I'm seveuty -five." I Bob Grant (IT. S,
R. B. Goodin has been appointed guar
dian ad litem of Kenneth, Wilbur, Har
old and Donald Moore in the matter of
the sale of real estate inherited from
their grandfather, the late Frank A
Moore, associate justice of the supreme
court of Oregon.
you results nomatter what
your want may ba?
A Little Tant" Ad Sells It
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Scranton, Pa,, Sept.
Press.) Nineteen thousuud iniua work.
ers eninioveu ai ine twenty rollier,e nl .iaim"i anoui mat ss.sni bihi sne v. . a ,i ioiii, uwccsun
the Hudson Coal companv betwoen For- won't. This is how Sheriff Knott sav IMereuts had landed there would have'
(IT. S. S. New Moxicnl
You tiotieed Mrs. Taylor still hasn't, was given a decision over Jimmy Nee-
est City and Plymouth will strike Mon- !t done.
day morning by order of the general
grievance committee of the employes, 'cervms ofl'o', Urvail and butter. At
unless General Manager Dorrenee agrees hiS''t to inmntes net tea, bread ind
te meet a committee of employes lt forc',uit- r t.nd prunes or apple sauce. The
ihat time. This decision was reached j , K" ueal i t the big iv.ffil of the day,
last evening. , , and it proioeds ( cording to a generally
" ' ' " inuvaried sclu'duje:
If Wftri ree KA MUM Q.JI h -Mcadavv Fvankfurtei-s. sauerkraut
oeen a new heavvweii-ht i-hnnmioii
The daily morning menu consists of .bu th';v d'dnt. .
.ew Aiexico; won over
Steve Connolly ( Mississippi) in a boni
rp oeciue tne leather championship.
inre Knockouts were scattered'
among the 13 bouts and several fights'
were atopped. .
PTNANCLAL STATEMENTS SYSTEKATrj.mr
Is Your ACCOUNTING SYSTEM on a
FEDERAL TAX BASIS. If not, let :
me help you. , ,
ORVILLE C. HENDERSON
IN0O1E3 TAX SPECIALIST :
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