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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1919.
Stock Judging by Boys of
15 Counties To Be Feature
Of Industrial Club Program
features of the industrial club work
of the school children of Oregon will
' !e a ftoi-k judging contest by teaus of
lioys from fifteen different counties of
Oregon ,and a girls' cnuuinR contest by
teams of girls from as uiuny counties,
The stock judging will be held dti
. Monday. The boys work will b; suiper
vised and judged by Profe.no? .Potter
ol the Oregon Agricultural college, who
hast had a wido experience 11; cnmlucting
kuch contests in other states. Assurance
ot the quaKty ol work of the bc;.s is
given by the lact that one of the Ore
gon teams, a Marion county team won
the' interstate judging contest held at
Spokane a couple of weeks ago.
The canning contest will lo held In
the educationul building. A special
booth has been prepared where the
teams will contest. One team will dem
onstrate its ability in canning ea-jh half
day. Seats hnvo been provided for spec
tators, and as soon as the team has com
pleted its work, the members will an-
HVHC nil ntinatlrma A lllilrra tai'll un.n
i . ...j ... ........ juujo .
each team, and will compare the scor-1
aimuuiitiug mu fill
i-lorinir dny of the state fair.
The educational building wiil scarce
ly hold 'nil the exhibits that have al
ready been entered.' Seats will bo taken
nut 'of tlm nbl nmlitnrhim In nvli. in
mnlio room for the-government exhibit.'
Exhibitors are busy a- week in advance
of the opening getting their booths In
The boys pig clubs will have one of
the large barns filled with pigs. Thore
will also be a large display of poultry,
rabbits, calveB and sheep bv the 1 ovs
and girls clubs. Liberal prizes for the
livestock exhibit are offered not only
by the state fair board but also by the
livestock growers of the state.
Twenty-four capital prizes arc offered
for the various contests among the ex
hibitors of the boys and girls doing club
work. The capital prizes consist of a
two weeks summer course at the Oregon
Agricultural college. Money for this is
given by business men of Portlund who
make donations to State Superintendent
J. A. Churchill to assist in encouraging
the club work.
The boys and girls camp will h&ve
enrolled about one hundred children.
Those are boys and girls who have Ben
ed the highest in club work in their
home counties. They will be entertained
all weok by the' state fair management.
Competent principals and chaperoncs
havo been appointed to have chargo of
the boys and girls camps. The mem
bers will be given an opportunity to
study all the various industries shown
at the state fair.
Portland Fans To Witness
First 10-Round Go Friday
Portland, Or. Sept. 18. Fight fans
here will see their first ten round fox
ing exhibition under new Oregon law,
legalizing such events, tomorrow night
when Hilly Mascott of Portland and
fieorgie Thompson of Los Angeles will
oe the headiiners at a smoker.
Peter Mitchie and Stanley" Willis
will appear in a ten frame semi-final. '
Kid Exposito of San Francisco is sched
ulcd to go eight rounds with Freddie I
Anderson of Vancouver. Sammy Gor-
don and Young Eddie Britt of Oakland
will open with six rounds
Oregon is the only Pacific coast
state permitting ten round fights.
Hood River grocers are limiting in
dividual purchases of sugar to 50 cents'
worth, which is affecting the canning
of fruits ami vegetables.
Hisher Wage Demands Of
Coast Operators Placed
Before Pacific Company
Ran Francisco, Sept. 18. The in
creased wage demands to be made !y
coast telephone operators will be in the
hands of the Pacific Telephone & Tele
graph company within two weeks, Miss
hophie Brown, business agent of the lo
cal telephone girls union, announced to
The. new schedule will be presented to
the local operators at a meeting tomor
row night. The scale is said to call for
increases over the $2 to a day de
mand made by the girls before they
walked out in their recent strike.
' A final conference of coast delegates
will be called September 22 when the
final draft of the demands will be
drnwn. They will be presented to the
company within the following we"k.
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
"THE BETTER WIFE"
German Republic Seeking
New Corps of Diplomats
i . ..
By VMl D. Oroat , presidents Taft, Eoosevelt, McKinley,
Berlin, Sept. 18. The new republic is and has been a close student of Prcsi-
rinuttig selection of diplomats a ical dent Wilson's policies. He and Colonel
ju. ui course, it uin't entirely neccs-, House were friendly before the war.
sury that Germany make out ft whole Solf looks, at first glimpso, .umo
Blnto of ambassadors and ministers just what like American Secretary of In
yet, particularly u entente nations only torlor Lano, though ho is of heavier
seiui iiere charge a airuires. Uui, the build and of more rugged countenance
jjuuiu- or ine government win prouaoiy than the American.
be, h such un event.to send out charges I Solf distincuishod himself in Or
and (consuls the charge perhaps being many at least last winter by his open
tho Imni Intended for the higher post of broach with Hanse, loader of the milo
niinfcitor or, ambassador when fulfdiplo- 'pondonts. Solf declined to associate
miit relatione With the outside world .Hanse, holding that us leader of the in-
me rcBHiueu. dependents he was cognizant of a big
Germany's difficulty arises from tho ."slush fund" which the Eussian bob
fact that sonio of the men of the old sheviks lind placed to tho credit of the
diplomatic service would bo persona radicals hero in Berlin; This caused
lion grata nt certain capitals, while the quite a Munition and helped undoubted
new regime so far has not' produced ly, in foreign countries, to show that
iiuny big prospocts of nmbasxatlorinl 'thore was n0 government alliance or
wize. j' J; ;, . ' -' r ' sympathy with the Lenine-Trotskv ro-
no rur, in connection witu tno Anicr- girne.
ienn ambassadorship, only two names I He Is nf nlmiit, mwltltn acre, npfiu.t.
hnve been much iiiontionod MaxiHan 1 plomntio, highly educntod and nccoiding
i.uiui-.i una ir. ouu, me iormcr coion- to many substantial Hermans h0 Bould
iul minister ned later foreign, minuter .be a. good representative of the new re
in the closing days of lust year, ' , publlo.
Harden hasn't a change to go tu the Former American Ambassador Bern
Washington post. He has made more or storff is known to regret that his posi-
Jess of a name for himself in America , tion with the American pcoplo is such
but that doesn 't count for anything j that ho eould not again become ambas
sador to Washington. Whlhj he has
been bookod for the Home post, it Is
possible that ho will docide to abandon
diplomacy in favor of politics and run
for the relchstiig in tho coming elec
tions. The British and French posts do not
even have any "among-thoso-mention-od"
people. It Isn 't a case here of i!if-
iudin,g places "for all ths de-
with the present situation. In fact he
isn 't taken seriously by the present gov
ernment in that connection. I"
On the other hnnd, Solf has consider
able backing for the piucc. Solf is a
man of liberal tendencies. Ho appealed
.during the war as nn opponont of tiauy
of tho goveriunent 'e politlces; and as
foreign minister lust winter stuck strung
ly for strict adherence to the "Fourteen
Point" in application of the peace lo .. , .
Mormnnv. He sneaks English with .enreA : H"-V 111 11
lv an accent, is favorably known : in ""ving'but rather of finding "de-
many 'prominent American and English orvnig' and capable men for the
quartern, has traveled extensively, suet pluces.
"BILLY BLAZES, ESQ.'
It's a Lloyd-Comedy
m 1 '
On Sale at
I Dry Ooada
, .Tiotions .
Best Quality Goods Latest Styles and the
Prices Are Far Cheaper Than Other Places
Our goods are all bought direct from the factory, this eliminates all job
bers profits. Visit our Shoe Department where you will find the .PETERS
GUARANTEED SHOES which are a comfort to the feet and a Bargain for
your purse. You will also find surprise bargains in all kinds of FALL and
WINTER GOODS, MACKINAWS, UNDERWEAR, ETC.
A WRITING TABLET, RULER AND PENCIL WITH PURCHASES OF
ANYTHING FOR SCHOOLCHILDREN
DOLLAR DAY SATURDAY DOLLAR DAY SATURDAY
Saturday will be BARGAIN DAY at this store. Real surprises are in
Store for those who Visit us Saturday.
DOLLAR DAY SATURDAY DOLLAR DAY SATURDAY
CHAS. RAY in "BILL HENRY"
SUNDAY, MONDAY, 2 DAYS ONLY
FIRST DAY OF DRIVE
Reports Of Commercial Club
Teams Insure Attainment
i i Of Goul Sought.
With 82 new members signed with
the Commercial club for the morning's
work and two citpliuns to hear from,
workers for tho club who met at lunch
'eon today noon feel most encouraged
over the start made iu securing !)5U new
Everywhere the solicitors for member
ship were received most courteously at'd
while in some instunces individual mem
. bers ann firms did not take out the
number of memberships with which they
were rated, there was a gonpml feeling
that the club was doing a most essential
vork mid that it should be maintained
with a membership thst will enable It
to take up new work
Tn but two instnmea were the work
ers met discourteously hud iu both of
these, the unfriendly party wns one that
is known to carry an annual grouch
nguinst everything and tho Commercial
club in particular.
President Hubert C. PruIih said that
the showing today wa? most satisfactory
In many of the report from tho cap
" taire. and teams, men were reported to
be taking the matter of memt erships
itndir consideration and agiin many
were; not seen on account of absence
from the city.
to begin today 'a luneliean Mf. I'aums
anggested that each member prrsm
arie and state to the others just who
, he wa and what he was doing. After
Hal D. Pattoa had maintained that his
bookstore won the finest Jn Oregon it
developed that all the workers hmi the
same opinion of themselves nod their
business. : ,
Tb lealthfulnese of the Dee orch
ard district in Hood River county is
emphasised by the fact that no family !
there has ever had a death, and the
district has no cemetery.
HOTEL DENIES BLAME
FOR HOWARD'S DEATH
Automobile Which Hit Boy Not
ynven tariessly say
In tho suit brought against tho Mar
ion hotel company and tho Southern
Pacific railroad by Silas E. Howard,
alleging damages for the death of his
son Juno 21, 1919, the Minion hotel
company has filed its answer, with the
That the bus of the hotel was being
operated in a careful muiiuer at the
time of tho accident.
That Theodore Howard, the vouutf
,mau killed iu the accident, was operat
ing a motorcycle at a dangerous and
excessive speed 5 miles an hour and
ithat without using his senses or facul
ties, he attempted to pass iu front of an
approaching street car and that iu at-
! tempting to avoid tho streetcar, ran i
front of the motor bus and as a resul,
fell in front of the approaching street
That young Howard hud no license to
jown or operate a motorcycle and that
he was opertitiag one contrary to law.
'Also that he had no uermlt to work at
his employment and wa 0f an age when
such employment ia prohibited.
That the father of Theodore Howard
kuew this when he permitted hie sun
to work andto ride a motorcycle con
trary to law.
Silaa E. Howard, father of the yomig
man killed, recently brought' 'tit
against the Marion Hotel company and
the Southern Pacific rcilroad coinpaav
claiming :!800 damages for the loi of
his eon and $7300 damages tor the ee
tate of his son. ,
The railroad answered the comolaint
alleging that it wa the federal admin
istration that was operating the road.
Also filing notice that it would attempt
to have the case removed to the United
fstatee district eonrt in FortlsnJ,
Our Bakery is the Market
Place for all that's best in
Bread, Pies, Cakes, Rolls,
etc. Everything that's Bak
able. Baked by Wire. Whole
BAKE-RITE SANITARY BREAD CO.
457 State Street
Every Sennett Star Comedian
In "Yankee Doodle In Berlin"
Every Sennett face and fieure that
has come to national fame through the
productions of the king of film comedy
will ibe seen in Sennett 's greatest pro
duction greater even than his recent
screen sensation, "Mickey" a ' bur
lesque on German royalist' pretentions
titled "Yankee-Doodle in Berlin,"
which comes to the Liberty theatelon
next Sunday, Monday and" Tuesday, -
This is the first time since "Fatty
and tho Broadway Stars" Hay the same
producer, that he ha9 permitted his
whole array of stellar talent to appear
in one comedy. It includes Charlie
Murray, iBen Turpin, Ford Sterling,
Marin iPrevnat. PhvlH.a TTnvAr !llJon,
Conklin, Eve Thatcher, Bert Roach, the
iamous DiHicn or ualifornia rosebuds,
the Bennett bathing beauties, and (spe
cinllv 0tlrntrarV. Rnthwnll Urnnna n nt.
j i - - r
ed stage impersonator of female char
acters, who is the pivotal point of the
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
HEDIUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM FOR RESULTS
At the Market Price
Ripe Italian Prunes for
Salem - King's
PHONE 830 SALEM, ORE.
DID YOU EVER
Keep It handy to promote prompt
relief from rheumatic
pains and aches
WHEN you know what Sloan's
Liniment will do, as thousands
of men and women the world
over know, you, too, will keep it handy.
You will use it for those "twinges of
rheumatin," for relieving that lame
back, muscle stiffness and aoreness,
aches, all sorts of external pains, and
Only takes a little, applied without
rubbing. Soon penetrates, scattering
the congestion, bringing merciful relief
to the throbbing, jumping part.
Three sizes 35c, 70c.; $1.40. Any
druggist has it. If not, we'd like to
know his name.
3$ Keep em In The Circle g
' (If (ill ' ,TMDA o Olt
- ' -
A 15 -gallon black
steel barrel of Zerolene
affords the greatest .
' economy and conveni
ence in the use of cor
rect lubrication. Takes
up little room. Consult
your dealer or our near
est agency today. Get
a Correct Lubrication
Chart for your car.
.- . . . COMPANY .
R. H. CAMPBELL, Special Agt., Standard Oil Co., Salem.
hc nmtm isi- m-iw-ucz
Large Stock in ARGO HOTEL Building at
339 Chemeketa Street
We will open for business at 8 a. m.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
Salem School Book Store
Books Exchanged J. B. BEDINGFIELD, Mgr.