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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1919.
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THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE!
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OPPONENTS OF TREATY
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(Continued on page three) !c.r in the league and similar mr.ttors,
Borah declared "they are trying to
not wnomer tncro snail e a league givo back to tieorgo V in thirty uayi
r no league," said (Rorah, " but wheth what It took George Washington sev
Br the league shall be Americanized." 'On years to wrench from George III"
die added that if lie onld make the I As Borah referred to the league coV'
ieeue be would fight against nuy lea-; ennnt as, a " treaehorons cowardly,
way in which
good dealers are
Tire with gray side
walls is a strong in
dication of its un
Meet Miles per Dollar
traitorous scheme," a voice bellowed
'buck midst the cheers:
' ' Wish we had ninety six senators
CONTROL OF BOSTON
(Oontinuea from page one)
common caused a traffic tie up of ho
dreds of automobiles, which were jam
med from curb to curb. Fashionably
dressed women in lomousines. screamed
and made desperate attempts to escape
from their cars when the troops fired.
Many of tho downtown streets were
practically barred areas, through which
pedestrians were allowed to pass but in
ono direction and then only nffcei they
had convinced the guards they would
As tho dnv progressed" it became evi
dent the trouble makers were beginning
to realize the troops are in deadly earn
est and that they will shoot to kill
The first striking policeman to figure
in the demonstration was Hichard
Roents, who was shot and seriou&y
wounciea today when, according to the
police, he and several other men attack
ed two volunteer policemen.
Governor Coohdge despatched the fol
lowing telegram to. the secretaries of
war and navv todav:
'The entire guard of Massachusetts
has been called out. At present, the
city or Boston is orderly. There are
rumors of a very general strike. I wish
ou to hold vourself U readiness to ren
ler assistance from forces under yonr
command immediately on appeal which
I mav be forced to make to the president."
A "vigilance committee" eontbosed
of fx-servioe men has been formed in
he West Rnxburv district. All have
been sworn In as special policemen.
About fifty members of the Boston
Automobile Dealers association, went on
dntvtodav to hnudle traffic throughout
th downtown districts.
The cooks and waiters union with a
ni-mbershin of ,V00, voted to strike in
vnmnthy with the police. The strike
will nt'l put into effect until the
eentrnl labor council votes on the rmes-
By. GERTETJDB EOBISON
The young folk of tho First Bap
tist church will enjoy a social tomor
row evening, honoring the members
who have returned from service in the
army, navy or marine corps. It will
also be in the form of a farewell .par
ty for the large number of yonng men
and women who will leave the city
shortly to attend the various colleges
in the state. The gny times that char
acterize all the informal gatherings of
the parish are proof enough that the
social wul ibe a success.
i Lebanon, Ore., Sept. 10. (Special)
A pretty church wedding took .place in
Lebanon Saturday, when Miss lsabclle
Virginia Uarland. eldest daughter or
Senator and Mrs. S. M. Garland of
this city, became the bride of Ir. Dean
- iper CrOwell, sou of Mr. and Mrs.
George H. Crowcll, formerly of Albany.
The ceremony was performed in the
resbyterian church 'by Dr. Wallace
iflwe iiee, president of the Albany col
lege, and for many years a close friend
of the families of both the brido and
bridegroom. The ibrido is an accomp
lished and interesting young woman
and put in two years at the state uni
versity. Dr. Crowell graduated from the
state university and for the past three
years has been a student in Bush col
lege of medicine in Chicago and is now
an interne physician in that institu
tion. - . '
Following the ceremony the young
couple went to Newport for a week,
after which they will go to Chicago
where they ill be during the next year.
Alter nis year in the hospital service
he expects to locate somewhere for
practice of medicine, probably in the
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Governor and Mrs. Ben "W. Olcott
have returned from Astoria where the
governor reviewed the fleet during its
stay in the harbor.
Mrs. U. G. Shipley is in Portland at
tending the 'board meeting . of the
Daughters of the American Revolution.
She was present at the official lunch
eon at the Multnpmah at noon, today.
Mrs. Isaac Lee TWtterSotf is also in at
Friends of Mn'and Mrs. William
Marshall will be sorry to hear that
they plan to leave' soon for the east.
During the absence of her daughter
and wm-in-law, Mrs. F.. Lindsey will
live in Portland. She left yesterday to
take up her residence in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gilbert left yes
terday for Portland for several days
visit. ; ..
Professor Delia Oowder Miller is in
Chicago, spending; a month with rela
tives and friends.."".:.
'Mrs". Seymour J6rtes and Miss Edith
Benedict are among -the prominent Sa
lem -women representing homeketa.
chapter of the Daughters of the Rmeri
can Revolution at the board meeting
of the D. A. R. which is being held in
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Miles had
their guests during the first part of
the week, Air. and Mrs. Marry Allen
of Twin Falls, Idaho..
After an enjoyable visit of several
weeks in Weiscr, Idaho, Judge William
Uallowav has returned home.
Miss Genevieve iDeTandlenu loft the
first of the week for Beaverton where
she will attend fit. Mary's academy
during the eoming year.
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At aU Druggists.
Special Booklet on Modmlraod uj Bafcr faw.
tion of a general sympathetic strike.
Fifty-three metropolitan police, mem
bers of the force irneharge of the ptrk
system of Greater Boston, refused to do
pohco duty in the place of the striking
They were suspended.
Five Bands Secured To
Furnish Music At Fair
The Oregon state- fair will be well
supplied with band music. A contract
has been made with the Tomasini Ital
ian band of Los Angeles for the week.
This band will include 31 pieces. Then
the AlKader Shriners band will be
here one day with 50 pioces. under the
direction of H. N. Stondcnmever. for-
fer director of the Cberrian band. The
Multnomah Guard band of 63 pioces will
be here one day and possibily two. The
Elks band of Portland with 50 pieces
will come Thursday of fair week, the
day to be observed by the Elks of the
state. Then their is the Graves Bros,
band of Yamhill, an aggregation of 20
pioces to visit tho state fair at leas
one day. . t,.
i a wholesome anJ
sily tlitfested Amer
ican' food oil ideal
or both table and
cookinf purposes. ,
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HIGHWAY CONTRACTS LET
WOEK ON SEVEN PROJECTS WILL
STABT SOON SHOETAQE OF
FUNDS DELAYS OTHERS.
The atate highway commission yes
terday awarded the following contracts:
Columbia county Columbia hij-hway,
Scappoose-Deer Island, 10.8 miles pav
ing, Warren Construction company,
. Gilliam county Columhia highway,
John Day river to Blalock. 13 miles
grading, Oskar Huber, $187,000.
Gilliam county Quinton tunnel, Co
lumbia highway, 522 feet, A. Gutttrie &
Co., $41,857.50. ' .
Hood Biver and Wasco eountics Co
lumbia highway, Hood River to Mosier,
6.4 miles rock, A. D. Kern, 32,04C.
Lane county Pacific highway, Walk
er to Cottage Grove, 3 miles grading,
Haakenson & Carson, $29.o45.
Sherman county Columbia highway,
across the county, 14.7 miles, grading,
Porter iConnelly, 207,115.
Yamhill county McMinnviIie to
West Dayton, 5 miles grading, Palmer
& Young, $67,975. This was referred to
tho county court of Yamhill.
Other actions of the commission were:
Boseburg-Coos Bay to be finished as
fast as funds are available; comminsion
re advertise 14-mile section in October.
Crooked river project approved, will
be advertised f hen government approves.
Nine miles from The Dalles to w
wena ordered -advertised for grading
and caving. . "
Paving of $-10 mile from Ontario to
Idaho line agred on.
Offer to finish Maycille section if
Gilliam county contributes $75,003 sub
mitted. Commission to meet September 20 to
sell $2,000,000 road bonds.
39 FIRMS IiERE LICENSED
1195 BEAL ESTATE BBOKEXU IN
STATE REGISTER NAMES AS .
REQUIRED BY NEW LAW.
There are 39 licensed and bonded real
estate brokers in Bnlcm according to the
directory just published by C V. John
so as manager of the real estate depart
ment of the state insurance commission
er's office. The book contains the us me
of 1195 brokers in Oregon, 600 of T.fceia
at in Portland.
The last Irgislnturo passed km act re
quiring that all persons engaged in sell
ing real estate take out a lieense at a
ROSTEIN S GREENBAUIv
Dry Goods Millinery and Shoes
Washington Shoes for Men and Boys. Mayer Shoes
for Ladies and Girls. Shoes made of leather, not
made of paper, or composition. , Shoes with leather
counters, not fiberoid. There are many deceptions
in shoes, they rnay look well, yet not wear two weeks
floift ! thr'dw yottf - - iMoney. way' ' ohifthat kind.' Buy
only guaranteed shoes. They are cheapest in the
end. w -.. "
LADIES' AND GIRL'S COATS
Good cloths, newest styles, all new coats
- ! Reasonable Prices "
Children's coats from $4.25 to $15.00 '-'-v
Our millinery department easily in the lead. You
are welcome to visit us, and see the wonderful dis
play. All new fall hats, correctly trimmed, best of
materials and. reasonable prices. Lots of flowers,
feathers and hat ornaments
240 AND 246 N. COMMERCIAL STREET
cost of $5 per year and deposit a bond
in the sum of $1,000.
The Salem men whoso names appear
in the official directory are as fohowr
Joseph Barber, A. E. Bell, John Frank
Blaker, n. ii. Boimgcr, ico iy. vunu.-,
C. A. Clarke Vm. L. .Cummings, T. N.
Derby, Edwin C. Derrick, Fred tv". Bur
bin, William Flowing, Cass Gibwa, U
D. Gibson, Eugenejl. Jrabcnhorst, G. H.
Grabcnhorst, W. H. Giabenhorst, David
E. Hart,; Ralph S. Howsrd, Arthur fi.
lAflar, G. W. l-atiar. jiagar ifeaen,
V. J. Linfoot, W. A. Listen, J. M. Lens,
H. L. Mnrsters, Chns. W; Niemeyer;
William H. Parker, George Peed. E. B.
Perrine, Arthur E. Teterson, Wit. E.
Purdv, H. S. Badeliff;'Thos. A. Robrvts,
J. E. Suott, John 1L. Sitott, D. D. Soao-
lof sky, F. L. Wilkinson, D. M. Wilson,
'. L. Wood.
Watchman Shot By Yeggs
Attempting To Blow Safe
..Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 11. In j. an
unsuccessful attempt to blow- tho safe
: of the Western Canada Power company
.in the Carter-Cotton building caily to
day, L. W. Terry, caretaker, wa& shot
and liglitly wounded toy cue of the
rnien, who then made their escape
flown the fire escape before the police
lc Word Class Ad Will SeH It
is due to self-developed
sugar from the long baking
of wheat and barley. This
natural sweetness never
disturbs digestion as do
some other Torms of sweets.
Give the children all they
want Its good for them.