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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1919.
STATE IS ASKED
TO A1D1N FIGHT
; ON UV1HG COSTS
LOIR RATE ON PULP
WOOD BEING SOUGHT
PliA Miiiuw nf the Drescnt high cost of
living and some suggostcd remedies for
thia eondmon are; ouiunua in wo
meat issued by the United States Coun
cil of National Pcfcnso, composed ot .
member of President's- Wilson's cat
net, a copy of which has just been re
eoived by Governor Olcott with a re
quest 'for eaoperation in its most ftido
nrnB A riintrihUtion. 1 ..
V'STie statement is issued, only after
. lnnr i.nil carcf ul consideration, by all the
t.hn council as the first step
"in' an educational campaign which tno
Miunr.il is undertaKm? in cimuccnuu
with tha hieh cost of living," reads
the bulletin. "It
mdW. ttv.""'!-"" -.r
belief of tha council that an In
tsliiirtmt understanding bv the people ct
the causes of tho high cost of living is
Mul to intelligent steps towaru
rompivini tho situation."
A careful investigation of tho situa
tiomj tho statement says, nas reveuieu
"That the nation's productive power
lev not henn fullv utilized, since the
"That too few goods, notably' the
life, have been produced
fi.rl m.t nven some of these have been
withheld from the market, and therefore
from the people.
"That the high cost of living is due
i mri unnvoidabln war wasto and
Wreawi of money and credit. .
. "That there has been and is consid
erablo profiteering, intentional and on
The council believes that the remedies
tnr ntination are:.
"To produco more goods, and to pro
duce them in proportion to the heeds of
"To stamp out profiteering and stop
Tn nnfnrcK vigorously present laws
nromntlv to enact such further new
laws as are necessary to .prevent ant
pnqish profiteering and needless hoard
in or: -
"To bring about better cooperation
and method in distributing and market
"To keep both producer and consumer
full" informed a to what goods ari
needed and Rfl to what supplies are avail
able, so that production may anticipate
the country's demands."
"Goods and not money are the means
of life," tho bnlleting continue, ."Bet
ter standards of living are impossible
without producing more goods. Man
can not consume what has not been pro-
J "Work, save, cooperate, produce,"
the bulletin concludes. Vv ;
$ i . ... 1-....
The reduction of freieht rates on a
pulp wood to a parity with that of fuel
wood is urged by 'rod U. JJucntei, cnair
mn of tha nublie service commission,
a letter to Max Tuoien, airccior 01
the federal " railroad - administration,
Wnaliinortnn. n. O.
In the state of Washington, he points
out, pulp wood and fuel wood are given
the same freight rate wnuo ine papor
mills in Oreeon are . denied the same
privilege... This, he declares, is an evi
dent discrimination in favor or Wash
ino-ton 'interests. . . . .,
'.' This commission believes that . the
present wood rates are remunerative and
in instances might even reasonably bo
rliuit RiHthtel writes. "Funnel
that Oregon 's wood rates for comparable
distance -anti conditions snoum do re
duced to conform to the schedules ef
fective in the state of Washington.
Joseph B. Hill of Bugene, a veteran
of tho great war, who cashed a cheK
for t400 belonging to another Joseph
Hill, returned the money, but has not
yet been released from jail. ;
Hood River post of the American Le
sion was formally tauncnea mesaav
night with 55 members. '
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Georse W. Allen, deputy state fire
marshal has made a complete survey of
Hillsboro with regard to fire hazards.
The eouncil will enact legislation ac
cording to suggestions of Mr. Allen.
Dave Vinson lias sold his 323-acre j
raneb. in Klamath county for lu.OOO.
He homestcaded the place 53 yearB ago.
Tim Alexander McPhcrson Estate
Inc., incorporated under -the laws of
Michigan' has filed with the Oregon
corporation commission its declaration
of purpose to transact, business in Ore
gon. The estate is capitalized at
000, of which $202,500 is in Oregon.
George N. McPhcrson of Portland is
named as the representative of the es
tate in Oregon. "
LIBERTY BOND" QUOTATIONS
Vnw York. Oct. 10. Liberty bonds
quotations: 3 's, 100.10; first 4's, 95.111
second 4's, 94.14; first 4's, u.4U; sec
nnA SU ' 04. !! third 4Vi 'a. 95.80:
fourth 4V, 's, 94.18; victory 3's, 99.86;
4 's, 99.8Z.
Combination coal and wood heaters - 22 to $38
Wood heaters $10 to $22
Airtight heaters ...l............:.....--' --2 to $6
Frank P. Richter
373 Court Street : Phone 217
Saturday Bargain Day
at The Remnant Store
Certain line picked at random from different
departments. Notice these prices are good f or
".. , -v Union" ,
EDITOR; IS TOLD
TO LEAVE STATE
Ham Kautzman, former. Columbia coun
ty newspaperman sentenced to a term
in the Multnomah county jail for the
publication of absceno matter in Mb
paper, the Holton Herald, war granted
a pardon by Governor Olcott Thursday
on condition that ho leave tne state
and remain out, refraining from the
publication or editing of a newspaper in
Ore.gon at any time hereafter.
"Violation of these conditions will
mean that he will be returned to seivi
out the unexpired portion of his sen
tence," declared Governor Olcott last
evening in commenting on the pardon.
The action of Governor Olcott was
based upon'the investigation into the
Kautzman case of Millar McGilchrist of
the attorney goneral's office and on
lecommcndations contained in his repor
to the governor's office. The investiga
tion had been requested by the Oregon
Btate Editorial association in a resolu
tion adooted at its recent annual meet
ing. "Tae issuance of the pardon is based
Inrirei nnon the statement of a reput
able physician that it would be homicidal
to allow, Kautzman to remain confined
in jail," tho governor stated last even
''I might make this comment on
Kautzman 's case; that I believe he was
fairly tried and honestly convicted and
I am convinced, after examination of
iHnM nf Ma npwimnnw. that he is not
a fit person to engage in the newspapers
Business, considering me nature ana
indeeeney of his offense I believe the
ntenee imposed was a fair one. But
I am certain the state does not wish to
further enforce this sentence if it might
lecd to fatal consequences."
$2.25 $7.50 Mill ends of '
LADIES' UNION . White wool OUTING FLANNEL
: Saturday Price 1 NAP BLANKETS ! 19c Yard
$1.79 a Suit $5.95 . White Only I-
Or 2 suits for $3.50 ' Xtra good Sizes
: ; ; o .---u Fancy Figured
Men's Wool nJf SATEEN
and Part wool , . ' nSmfvn? MillEnd
SWEATERS . ? - Cut Price
Saturday Price ; Saturday Price 49cYard
25 Per Cent Less ; 48c Yard
' $1.25 to $1.50 V Big line of
Millinery . CHILDREN'S UNION LADIES' SAMPLE
$6.50 and $7.50 SUITS - SWEATERS
LADIES' TRIMMED Saturday Price Priced for Saturday
Saturdarice : 98Sait 20 Per Cent to 1-3
$4.69 Each $10.00 sa
: WOOL GREY T 777777 7
The BLANKETS Boys Clothing and
r WONDER HOSEV Saturday Price Wool Dresses
For Children. $7.95 ' FSirlsA alig0 at
are the best. 20 Per Cent Less
-' odd Lots The Remnant Store J
And Sweaters we . ,e, M r n Ct MEN'S HOSE
carried over from - 154 N. tOmlM. Special .: m
last season r. tl " " 3 Pair for
1-2 Price A. D. ihomson, Prop. 98c
Owing to the scarcity of merchandise in the past, we have decided to again
send our buyer to the Eastern markets including New York, Chicago,
Philadelphia and all clothing centers. This trip is for the coming Spring's
of s the
Boys' hosiery are one of the greatest problems
mothers in America, today. . .
We are helping solve this problem, to your satisfaction.
1 These hose were.made in the south; where they are ex
pert, judges of what Cotton should be. It is made in a mod
ern factory on the best machinery; and will give the boy
more hours steady wear than other makes.
Ask for WUNDERHOSE they are the best.
Are here. A tremendous shipment has been in stock for this
fall wear, and a large shipment arrived today. Class? Oh
Men's Heavy Underwear
Men you have a tremendous assortment of un
derwear of all kinds to choose from.
Unionsuits of Nationally advertised manufac
ture.' Two-Piece garments equally well made. It's
colder now and demands warmer underclothing
for your own protection.
Warm clothing avoids colds. Prepare in time.
"Every Family In Marion and Polk Counties a Patron" '
Salem Utoolen Mills Store
HOME FROM SCHOOL
AND HUNGRY AS A BEAR
Give Him a Generous Slice of
With Butter and Jam ,
A growing boy demands plenty of good,
wholesome food, give him BARE-RITE
BREAD, it's healthful and economical. s '
At meals and between meals Bake-Rite
Bread is best for the children.
3ake-Rite Sanitary Bakery
Colds, Oongha, croup and Catarr Often
EeUaved in Tiro Minutea
Is your throat aoref
Have yon catarrh t '
Breathe Hyomei. t
Have Ton a eoughf
Have you a coldf
- Breathe Hyomei.
TTvninei ia thA nan trefttment for
nose, throat and lung troubles. It does
not contain cocaine, morhpine or other
dangerous drug and does away with
ctomach dosing. Just breathe it thru
the little pocket inhaler that comes
with each outfit. '
A complete outfit costs bat little at
Daniel J. Fry's or any reliable drng
gist and Hyomei is guaranteed to ban
ish eatarrh, croup, coughs, colds, sore
throat and bonehiti or money back.
A Hynmei inhaler lasts a life time and
extra bottles of Hyomei een be obtain
ed from druggists for a few cents.
FOR 11BR0MRY ' .
'A New Shipment Jsst Received. Large Variety of Beautiful Patterns. Begin Your Em-
broidery Work for fee Holidays now . . .
. Dress Goods
A large stock of fresh,
new goods. All kinds of
fabrks and patterns. -
Trimmed and untrim
med hats. : ;. The biggest
stocck we have ever car
ried. " -
For women "and chill 's
ren. The quality of our
hosiery is high grade
and the price is low.
We have a complete line
of soaps, tooth pastes,
We are well stocked
with knitting yarns.
Good quality and rea
Rand Painted Chia
Beautiful pieces of
china. A good assort
ment to select from.
Just received a letter from the largest wholesale Grocery House in Portland
dated October 8th, saying, "We are entirely out of sugar and will not have
any for possibly a week or ten days." '
Our Store Contains a Big Stock of High Grade Notions, Dry Goods, Millinery,
Dishes, Kitchen Utensils, Etc
Great American coffee 1.
Hills Bros. Red can coffee,
2 lb. can -
Quaker Corn Flakes, 2 for..
Uncle John's Maple Syrup,
per can ..$1.45
Sunbright Cleanser. 2 for -15c
Swift's Side Bacon, lb ........42 l-2c
Swift's Back Bacon, lb 38c
Swift's Cottage Rolls, lb 34c
Swift's Bacon Brickets, lb-.....35c
White Navy Laundry soap,
5 bars - 30c
Hood Mechanic soap, 3 for ...25c
Aunt Jemima Pancake flour,
2 for - :........-...35c
Rosebud Maple syrup, can 70c
Cream of Barley, pkg 20c
Swifts Pride Washing powder ,
package v... 24c
I.X.L. Pork and Beans, 2 for....23c
Old Faithful catsup, bottle 24c
Sardines, 2 cans for 15c
Oceanic Red Salmon 30c
Diamond "S" salmon... 23c
Follow The Crowds And Go To
THE QUALITY STORE
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