Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 10, 1919, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1919.
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Men's Modern
Shoes at Extra
Va
ue
Pri
ices
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There are no better shoes sold than the "Brennan"
(Union Label) Shoes for Men at even 2 to $3 higher
Price. Compare these Prices:
Men's Brown Cordovan Plain Toe, Officers' '
last ..$12.50
Men's Brown Calf English Last, Oak Soles........$8.75
Men's Brown Calf English Last, Neolin Soles....$8.00
Men's Brown Calf Pug Last, Oak soles.........,..$10.00
Men's Mahogany Calf, extra wide, ball room....$8.00
Men's Gun Metal English Last, Oak soles..$9 and $8
-Men's gun, metal wjde Comfy last, Oak soles....$9.75
Men's gun metal, round toes, Goodyear welted
soles ..' . ..............$6.25
Men's brown army style, heavy welted soles....$9, $8
Men's good heavy brown or black, double soles
at , ,..$6.50 and $6.00
"SHOETERIA PRICES"
Brown calf English heavy welted soles ....'.$6.45
Gun metal English heavy welted soles... .... ..$4.95
Gun metal round toes, heavy welted soles............$5.25
Gun metal," English, Neolin soles $3.65
Tan -calf army shoe, welt soles $5.95
Tan calf army shoe, Neolin soles.. ..$4.95
Black heavy grain double soles. :,.........;-.$3.95
Kid comfort broad toe, welt soles.............. .........$5,65
, Elk outing bals, Elk soles :.....!....:1.........:.........$2.59
This Small Price List Will Only Give
;- YOU AN "INKLING" OP THE MANY GOOD
" f VALUES TO BE FOUND V
It Plows.
BITTER ATTACK MADE ON
WILSON "W L0M KitfUKT
(Continued on page three; -
It Harrows. It Drills. It
Cultivates. It Hauls Mowing Ma
chines, Lawn Mowers and Loads of
all kinds. It does the farm work
ordinarily done by one horse. . It
v will cultivate onions, carrots and
other vegetables grown ia rows
as narrow as 12 iuchos 3 rows
at a time, if desired. It's a
Portable Gasoliae Engine
that will trot from job to
job under its own power;
runs the pump, saw, wash
ing machine, feed grinder
and any other machine
capable of being oper
ated by a four horse
power engine. Are
j you interested? Full
i information cheer-
' fully given oa
I request,
i ON DISPLAY AT LIBERTY OARAGE
I 444 FESRY S1REET j
' For Sale By
MARSHALL N. ROACH
Distributor for Marion and Polk
, Countioa
444 ttyry Street . Sulein, Or.
OBITUARY
SHOES OF
SATISFACTORY SERVICE
At the
Electric Sign
"SHOES"
Littler &
Upmeyer
Sole Owners
Teams Wanted
Hauling lumber. All winter job. $8.00 per day.
. GAMBLE BOYD LUMBER CO.
LYONS. OREGON.
WANTED
We need more women in our Preparatory
Department. This is an excellent opportun
ity for elderly women to get steady employ
ment. The work is light, no heavy lifting.
Good wages. Apply
SALEM KING'S PRODUCTS -CO.
Front and Market Streets
. Miss Pnuliua Finnic was born in Rus
sia, April 9,18G(. Kho resided there
i with 1 or parents until her marriage ou
I January Ki, 1887. She was united in
marriage to Leslie Halm, lu 1390 they
left for Canada and resided there for
one your,, then morcd to Minnesota.
Eight years latoi they came tothoir
present home near Qiunaby, ' Oregon,
wnere tney nave resided for 19 eai.
To this union were born nine children
seven daughters and two sons.
Mrs. Hiihn died Saturday night, Aug.
23. She is survived by her husband
and nine children.
Mrs. Hnhn was converted at the ago
or tru years and lived a devoted Chris
tian lit'n up to the time of hor ucath.
Who wus a devoted wife and loving mo
ther; a kind neighbor and a true friend
to all she ama in contact with. She is
missed by her family and all her friends.
Although we miss her, our loss is her
guiu.-
The funeral, which was largely nf-tended,-
was conducted by Rev. Mr.
Gillespie of Kalem. Interment was .
Hayesvilla cemetery. "
PEACE OR WAR SINGLE
ISSUE STATES WILSON
(auo aged iuojj pjiiuijuo)
he met msiiy interesting characters, in
cluding Red Tomahawk, who killed Sit
ting Bullncuordlug to local authorities.
A number of other iiulit.ii fighters
greeted hiiu.
Westward of here the president goes
through the drought stricken, tciniory.
He also passes the bud luuds where
Roosevelt hunted big gr..no in liny tunes.
Home people who greeted Wilson at
Rismnrek and Mandun camo as fur as a
hundred miles. ; "Terrible Jack," as
friends at Bismarck culled him, rode
forty miles horseback a real cowboy
to greet Wilson.
There Is A Store In Salem For Your Every Need.
SAVE MAIL OliDER rOSTAGE BUYING AT MOMS
You See What You Buy Before Paying-Buying At Home !
TRAPPED!
Out there in the
wide-open West!
Alone, penniless
-a victim of a
treacherous "ad"
in r Matrimonial
Newspaper.
What happened
to Madge Nelson
forms one of the
season 's most bril
liant dramatic suc
cesses. tS.tmuel Goldwya
Presents
Pauline
Frederick
Aud
Corinue
Riley . '
Barker
A Former Snlein
. Girl
la
The Peace Of
Roarinof
River"
' ' By
0o. Van iSchaik
Directed iiy
hobart Hanley
Starts Touiotrow
YE LIBERTY
Shantung to China instead of Japan
ana to "pit American participation m
various oemmissions set up in the trea
ty- . . . .
League reservations on the right of
withdrawal, article 10, the Monroe doe
trine ana domestic questions are ncn
taken up and the report concludes:
When we are once caught m the
meshes of a treaty of alliance or
league of nations, composed of twenty-
six 'other powers, our freedom of action
is gone. To preserve American inde
pendence and American svercignty and
inercoy best serve the welfare of man
kind, the committee proposed these
amendments and reservations."
The report follows in part: .
"The treaty of peu-co with Germany
was laid before tke senate by the presi
dent ou July JO, 1919. Three days were
consumed in printing the treaty, which
was m two languages and filled 037
quarto pages.' The treaty, therefore, was
not in the possession of the committee
for action until July 14, 1919. The re
port upon the treaty vas ordered by
ino committee on September 4. deduct
ing Sundays and holictavs. the tieotv
has been before the comaiitte on foreign
relations for 45 days. The committee
met on 37 of these working days, sit
ting whenove'r possible, bo'th in the
morning and afternoon. The eight work
ing dnys upon which the committee did
not sit were lost, owing to unavoidable
delays in securing the presence of wit
nesses summoned by the committee.
"lu view of the fact that six months
were consumed by the pcaco conference
in making the .treaty, in addition to
month of work by the various delega
tions before the assembling of the con-
""""i jierwa or six weens eon
jsumod by the committee in considering
i. uucs uut Beem excessive.
"These facts are mentioned because
there has been more or less clamor about
delay in the committee. This demand
for speed iii the consideration of the
most important subject which ever came
before the senate of the United fetates,
involving us it doe fundamental
clmnges lu the chainite, of the govern
ment una the tuturc ot our country for
an unlimited period, was largely the
work of the administration and its
newspaper .organs and wus so far wholly
artificial.. Artificial also was tho de
mand for haste disseminated bv certain
great banking firms which had a direct
pecuniary interest in securing an early
opportunity, to -reu-p the harvest whicn
they expected from the ndiustment of
the financial obligation?, of the coun
tries which had been engaged in tho war.
The third element in the agitation for
haste was furnished bv the outcry of
many excellent people '; who desired
early action aud who for the most part
had never read the trettty or never got
beyond the words 'I,eugue of nations'
which tliey believed to oo the establish
ment of eternal peace.. To. yield help
lessly to this clamor, was impossible "to
those to wfiom ,wn entrusted the per
formance of n solemn public duty.
'f'rtio Vntnnn..:K:ilfc.. ..i .L. .
u dvuiikiuiiim wi ,fcm. senate in
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GAMELS meet your fondest cigarette fan
cies in so many new ways they are so
unusual in flavor, so refreshing, so mellow
mild, yet so full-bodied that you quickly
realize their superior quality, and, become a
Camel enthusiast I
Camels are unlike any other cigarette you ever
smoked. Their expert blend of choice Turkish and
choice Domestic tobaccos fives you so many delights.
It not only assures that wonderful smoothness and
refreshing taste but it eliminates bite and harslinesst
. And, you smoke Camels without any unpleasant ciga
relty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor!
No matter how fond you become of Camels I Smoke
them liberally! They never will tire your taste!
The blend takes care of that !
Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at
any price !
REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
Winston-Salem, N. C. -
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18c a package
m The blend takes care of that! '''JCSaifJII
'r - 'uii'
increase put into force by the Home ! found themselves locked out today. The
Telephone company under authority of i.i..t .; . .,
Postmaster General Burleson, Consid-1 Jll continue three month, ac
erable interest wa, manifested in the .Dean Gre while the ca-
mcuiai jiiics men ana women sinsrers
liearing, according to Chairman Bueh
a tryout.
regard to this treutv is coiml tn thnf m' !
the executive, who although niilr.it b . 'BOUND
a force of thirteen hundred assistants. !
experts and otherwise, consumed six'
months in milking it and the senaie and
its committee on foreign relations can
not dispose of this momentous docu
ments with the light hearted indiffcr-
enco desired by thoso who were Dress
ing for hasty and thoughtless action
upon it. The committee was also ham
pered by the impossibility of securing
tho full information to which thcv.woro
entitled from those who had conducted
the negotiations.!! The committee was
compelled to get such imperfect infor
mation as they secured from prtss re
ports by summoning beiore them some
of the accessible expert; who had help
ed to frame the comuiicnted finn
lnuses and certain outside witnesses.
As an illustration in a small war of the
difficulties in securing information, it
may bo stated that ne provision had
been ninde to supply the senate with
the mnps accompanying the treaty, and
it was uecessarv to send to Paris for
them. The only documents of the manv
tisked for by the committee which were
furnished by tho executive were the
American draft of tho league of na
tions, submitted to the commission on
the league covenant and the coinriosno
draft made by experts of that commission,"
COAST
LEAGUE
BASES
Meanwhile the lads are firm in their
ahnrtnr
hours, more pay and fewer fines.
Their ultimatum specified that fines
tel patrons of the conmanv attending
from miles around. According to prcaa' i ThV i",
rnnnrt. nt nf THAfA 1 5lemauds wl"e' 'so include
of the company insist that the rate in
crease was authorized by Burleson un
der a misapprehension of the true val
uation of tho Comnanv's monertv.
tBuchtel was not in a position this
morning to comment on any. of the
points brought out at the hearing,!. ;
might be imposed as follows:
Misbehavior, not over five cents; ab
sence, not over laments; (tardiness not
over five cents. ' '
. The First National bank at Redmond
is constructing a new building, and
much other industrial progress ia not
ed. ' - '
Public Service Commissioner
Back From Rate Hearing
Fred G. Buchtel, chairman of the
public service commission is back in
his office this morning after attend
ing a hearing at Medford relative to
the reasonableness of the recent rate-
(By United Press.)
. Yesterdav's winners: Oakland, Los
Angeles, Sacramento 2, Salt L&ko.
Home runs: Ellis, Los Angeles, Knm,
San Fiancisco; Sncely, foalt Lake.
Taking the doubleheader from Seat
tle, Sacramento again reached the tuil
end of the first division, tied ivilh the
Seals.
After winning the morning game from
tho Angels, the Oaks were unable to re
peat and fell four to one in the second.
Hunter's errors gave the Bees two
runs in their six-four win from the
Seals.
Hospital Inmate Escapes
From Wood Cutting Crew
Oeorge Uber, 51 years of age, took
"French leave" of his job as a mem
ber of tho state hospital wood cutting
crow at the ebttage farm, southeast of
town, Tuesday evening, and had not
beett located up to this morning. Uber
was committed to the state hospital
from Linn county in May, 1916. Ho
walked away once before during last
June but was returned to the hospital
within a few days.
ATTOITIHO .. riRANClAL STATEMENTS , SYSTEMATIZING
Is Your ACCOUNTING SYSTEM on a
FEDERAL TAX BASIS. If not, let
me help you. '
ORVILLE C. HENDERSON
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Hotel Marion, Eaiem, Ore.
INCOME TAX SPECIALIST 447 Morgan Bldg., Forlfcad, Ore.
Striking Choir Boys Find
Selves Locked Out Today
San Francisco, Sept. 10.-hoir boye
of -Grace Cathedral who struck, demand
inn they be allowed to sing anthems
rather than canticles and magnificats,
Mr. Barnes, U. S. Wheat Director Says :
"EAT MORE
BREAD"
And reduce the high cost of living"
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Black Tan White OxBlood Brown
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IS THE CHEAPEST AS WELL AS THE MOST
WHOLESOME FOOD ON THE MARKET
. TODAY.
BUY THAT
EXTRA LOAF
Your Grocer Has It , .-
CHERRY CITY BAKING COMPANY
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