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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Saturday, October 21, 1916.
BELIEVES THAT
SAME OLD CROWD
RUNS THE S. 0. P.
1ST STARTLING AMERICANS ARE
THE WHOLE BODY
NEEDS PURE BLOOD
TAKE INTEREST
REVELATIONS BJ
GREAT VICTOR!
OVER INVADERS
The bones, the muscles, and all th
ei'Kans of the body depend for p.
Strength and tone and healthy ,i2z
on pure blood. '
If the blood is very Impure th
hones become diseased; the imjSl.i,
become enfeebled, the step omJ
elasticity, and there is Inability 1
perform tho usual amount of ukJJ
The skin Iohcs its clearness ani
pimples, blotches and other eruption,
appear,
III THE MASSES
Rov. Edwin S, Linos, Bishop
of Now Jersey, Urf,es Epis
copate to Work Toward Im
proving Laboring Classes,
Henry T. Hunt,, ex-Mayor of
Cincinnati, Says It Is Sur
prising How Universal the
Thought Is Over Country,
Harvard Professor Assorts AI-.Man Who Served for Eleven
lAustio-Germans Are Hurled
Back Through Passes of
Mountains to Border, Says
Bucharest Dispatch,
it ood s Barsaparuia makes
blood. It is positively uneipial
the treatment of Hcrofula and
humors, catarrh, rheumatism
in
other
Irg.
liance Between Germany,
Russia and Japan Is to Be
Eormed Soon,
Years in Bureau of Educa
tion, Says Employes Are
Quitting Government,
pepsla. loss of appetite, that
l....U...r lln ulirn I,. n ,,. .
tired
gel it today, aii drugguna.
JfttrtMCI SHOULD
RUMANIANS CAIN
RAPIDLY
MUENSTERBERG
THE PHILIPPINES
Ranges
and Heaters
Mil: (.1 u w 1 1 i it
Magk tn MMMfsetann with mi
y oars' I k r li in i'.
W HI T h I : Cll IM I s Willi
IM I HUH! KAKJCS?
RAABE & MAUGER
nr. iit Miiiiii i i its r sr.
1'ppnSe
There
AZTEC
Fuel Company
Gallup Lump
Gallup Stove
Native Wood
Sawed & Split
Mill Kindling
PHONE 251
Wrst rcitiirds peace as the imniinoiinl
ihkuo or iiiiH oampalgn Mid Intends to
Mill III I III iIiiikI.v
"Mr. Hughss ni say Hut ho Ih u
iiiiiii uf peace,'1 Mid mi Bryan, "but
tin- warlike Implications of his
apetchee and of tha uttcraocaa of hiH
thief aupportera are no oJtjar.Utal anv,
iTiifn 'i tin ri.isp idem.
"I'niiiiiri ftsotevelt is aiding Mr.
Wilton's campaign, i ( has been of
l.reat assistance In arousing public
opinion to the support of the preel
dent'i foreign potior Ha haa made
it deep inipicsstnn ai;,il)n-t Mr. Hughi
Tin. republican proaldantie cendl
data hum dubbed 'The hero of blind
alley," by Mr, Bryan, "Mr Hughea
him started ao many different dlaout
etotsj which ha fiiiuui it advisable to
abandon that i 1 h i m he oan ha beal
daearlttd aa lha 'haro of blind kilty,1
mid mi. iirynn.
"Indeed, I think II Is wife to Buy
timt the republican oampalgn man
agers hav made i of the mtetakso
timt the democrats eould have irlahod
than to make, i am thai if the
democrats Inn) In ni . ft in i Inn. ni- the
Issues on wtiloh tha republican!
should blunder, wa could have made
no Improvement. Tin Ir extempora
iimhih performance haa been entirely
Mil Infill liny from tlic standpoint of tha
demon a. y."
IfcV M' - . ,,. I IMDIl .... , ri
Ht. ixiuid, Mo., Oct in Urging thai
without aflUiatlni Itself with any
"political H' heme,'' tin i hureli lake a
lamer Intareal in the work of Improv-
Inn tin- masses, linn lenders of 1 1 1
! . hun h epoke ai a joint meeting of the
I houaet of the Protestant Rplacopel
; u mial convention bete Induy
i They Haul timt by SUCh action tin
I ureal ni a hh of lnlmrliiK neople, "man)
of whom have been eslraiiK'd. 'an he
on lia. k to the rlllin h
The HiKht Rev, Edwin s. Uata,
bishop Of Newark. N .1. said
it- i graal ntletake to bind th
I fortunes of tha church wltc the prlv
i llagtd ClMaati"
i rrior I- K pressed in Mtrnng word
"There are many im n bo tall ui
I they are opposed to hi many inon -
mtnta in tin churi h," continued Rev.
I, line, ' Inn that in only because thai
the movements of any kind.
ire mime of our ' letK.v who.
during times of a great IihIhmI i l.i I
strife, usg mi v strong language. Bui
thaaa men are prophets of the new so
ii.ii oilier and the prophetic fervor
alwn.VM had expressed Itself in Strong
language."
The KlKliI Itev. W. A. Cileirv.
bishop of south Carolina, said the
church haa definitely ami finally con
mltttd Itself to the work of social re
foi m.
"To the grsai body of laboring peo
pie In thin country," he said, "Hie
ehuri h represents privilege ami is the
enemy ol progress, w know ih.it
thin Ik not ,i tine Imllclmenl of the
Christian church, wv hiuhi i t tin
church stand forth equally aa tlx
church of the rich and the poor.
Thsee brethren, who me the chain
plonk of BOOlal rlKhtenusness ami un
cial Justice in the church, are the pin
Beers in a graal movement which
means much In the future. They arc
the connect liu; links lie! ween the
i hurch ami the (treat masses of la
BOI rtg people "
ttuiatlaailt Bervfce Matt Be Hoi id.
The servloe of Chrlatlanlty must
Im nnelnl service, I he Rlghl Rat
Chauncey B. Brewtter, bishop of Coo
ne ticut, told the delegates;
"Ood Ih preparing a new world," he
daolared, "Bhtme on uc. an a church,
If we fall htways tO he alwayH on tin
slda of social justice. We si mini
to IukIhi that human life muat always
lake preoedenro of property rights
and thai Mm primary ohjtct of aal
iichh in to produce human cttaractti '
The llUhl Rev. William l.awieme,
blahop of Massachusetts, referred to
the late .lames .1. Hill of It I' ' III.
wiun he aaaertsd that the crying need
of the chinch in men BUCh ad he
Rend it Religion Jim inn
nunc vim IMIIh ill re
lic said. " 'Jim' inn
umenl by which aome
I Isadora were ralsi ii
w i
i cil a few men like
dUCStlon work In
iionai loaders te
LOOIU UOOl, Mis
rm siMi m
W II st
fjanoasUr, Pa, Oct, 0. Prastdani
wllaon, during his brief stop mads
hero tontgjhti mihl thai his chain ch fur
ii ilc. I cm "looked goad," , man 111
ih,. crowd shouted:
"We hope inn Ki t four yearg mole,"
The president thanked him and re
pHad: "Wall, it hmks i now."
"We ncci
ligiOUl wor
WM the Im
I a, linn mill
to affluence
Ii I it In id
raise hump
affluence."
Decrying the present method f,r
calling ami educating young men for
the ministry, Rtshop Ouerfy alto
Hpoke at a mttg meeting tonigttt.
The raaaon for the decrease in the
nuntbsr of young men snteiinf the
ministry, ih nol It he found entire!)
in the materialism of the age he
opening up of net ami attrtttlve pro
fesaional ami scientific pttttuits but
in the lack nf proper effort to load
them lu Unit Mil cetlnn," he Mid,
Bishop Querrj contended that par
anta, teachers ami rectors should pre
in nt the olalmi "f the mlnlatry to
young men Inst ai they WOUld make
suggestions with retard in other per
Honw."
t the m ink meeting, the Itev B, Ii
Parsons of Rarkeley, Calif., urged a
larger education within the pariah,
MALOY'S
FOR TODAY
Large Native Lettuce. .5
California Head Lettuce, 2
for 15o
Cucumbers, 2 for.... 15)
IW-m Native Sweet Pota
toes, I tbs LW
Native Cauliflower
lb 'Z C
Native Spinach, lb . . .100
Tomatoes, lb. 50
I li itnc made Saw i k i aul ,
quart 12 c
Rwmade I 'ill Picklct
fr 10t)
Aunt Jemima's Pancake
Flour
New Almonds Walnuts
JViatis New 1 teUci
New 1 1 1 1 icy
Money-Hack
Bread
A. J. MALOY
Phones 172-173
ami the Rlghl lliv C
Op of tin Philippines,
powers of the ohun h
ii utes to the tulles)
I rcpH.
I IStrolt, Mich . wan
nsSI meeting; plai (
subjeel to the epprow
oi deputies. The ni
will he held In I'll!).
II Hunt, hlsli
described the
m education. If
i-i let I ed a.s Hie
iiu convention,
ii ni the houta
i convention
KNOWLEDGE
CONTROL.
OI BIR
A TED
III UO.NlHa Jlll,HM H.p.l lll.m Wl.ll
. w v.. i k, i a i to Mrs Margartl
Ranger, of this city, win. was arrested
and convicted butt nol punished while
in Portland, Ore,, recently for advo
cating birth control announced todaj
that clinics fur the dissemination of
mil of ih it si
Infn
lei i soon are
to open in Ban fyrancisco, Cleveland
and other western and luiami clttoa
The police here ate searching for a
clime w in. h 1 1 being conducted in the
east New Jforfc section of Brooklyn,
ami which has Keen advertised by ,1 Ih
trlbution nf handbills m Rnglith,
Tlddlah ami Itallsn, The tesi king of
birth control here is a misdemeanor
ttndtr law.
EVANGELINE BOOTH ILL
WITH NEURITIS ATTACK
IS, HOiN.Hl JOUMN.I I.HHL . .... OtSSl
New- York, i ict. Rvangellne
ooUt, hcait of the lalvatlon arm) i"
lis country) has bean stricken with
severe attach of neuritis and Is on
'i a phyaioian's care at White
laiim, . v.. it mat announced here
"lay by the organisation Hit n.
ire tripe hae bean cancelled bui it
. hoped she ma recover sufftclentl)
i preside it the naiimial eongraos of
ie Hatvatlnn nm at Philadelphia,
egtnning tios t mber
HH! 1 1 lin.DHI'l IO Mi.MNIN JOUHMAM
New fork, Oct. V). Henry T.
Hunt, formal mayor of Cincinnati, a
retai hi of red-hot i ihin polltli al
lights, and now secretary of the Wil
son Husincss Men's National league III
.mi Maditon avenue, New Voik I'lt.
laid today that the league wu In
touch Ihrouxh Us brMOhet Willi lius-
Insai men in practloallj svery city
and town In the United Stales ami
that it was astonishing how universal
ly business men were convlnt ad thai
the same old crowd1' wa running
the republican party.
'h. y feel." salil Mr Hunt, "that
Mr, HuMhes. aa was the case with Mr.
Tuft. Is surrounded by men who know
exactly what they want and thai whal
they wan I will he gdod for them bui
hail for the test of Hi,, country. Tiny
real that during Presideni Wilton
sdmlntttration power hat lain in the
people ami nut. as hefiire his lime for
a gontration, In the hamls oi i in-1
same old OtOWd.'
Knowtodg WowJd Man RcpabUcmis.
if the republicans who cheriah the
Idtt that butineta tiir tt a cIiihh are.
i.nlaKiinlsll, In I'leslilcnt WHson hail
aooeat to our torrttpondance from
Illinois, Michigan, OnUr the greai
.... . . ... , , i. i'
tuiilillc wis; Kiueraiiy. iniirw mi
would be stunned. Men whose per-;
sonaj Inveatmentt agsrtgal lllions
of dollars ami whose responsibilities
extend to every field of industry In j
these slates htVt scut iih ll IredH Ofl
autograph lettern aaaerting in most
definite fashion that they do not trUSl
the men back of Hughea Ami mans i
of them have been Ufa-long republl-
(IIIIH.
"The da) Is past w hen I.uhIiichs men
can he bejffalotd nit" supporting rt
publican candidates by talk of dtmo
eratlc injeompetenoe ami coming ca
tastrophe 0 loom j prophtoies don't,
sit well with the fads. Thete men say,
loo, that I'rcsidcnt Wilton's adminlt
tratton has shown more symptthy for
butineta difficulties ami aaaistsd bnt
Inata more efficiently than any which j
has preceded it "
t iirrcnri l aw s.ini,i, r.
Mr. Hunt was asked what
to strike the lillf'lllcss men at the must I
Important step taken by the admin" I
Istratlon in' in Iping butini ss.
"Tha eurrenc law," he replied.'
"coupled with Preatdenl WUaona con
viction that larirt moving is a nunc
UftO mid lint a political mailer. They
believe in the -tariff oommtatton whose
function is in keep tin' tariff sche
dules and IndUStrj under constant oh
nervation, with e view to oarreaUng
whatever In Sllties may develop,
They are reluctant in have business
face the lonR continued uncertaintj of
tarlfwt thing on tin- paynt-Aldrlch
plan, which Mr. Kughoa seems to f
vor. They feci. ' Mr. Hunt added,
thai ti fftation f a new tai iff in
variably causes uneasiness in business
circles' That's whal these business
reel that the election of HukIich
would ham-tiring business."
Cambridge, Mate, Oct 20 Huso
If uenaterborg, profaaaor of psychology
at Harvard tniveralty, in an address
tonlKht before th Internaitonnl Pol
ity ciuh of the university, asserted
Hint he had bttn rellabl) Informed
that Itussiu and I'.crm ii would iglt
temiH of a HCiarati peace before
spring, ami that after this pi ace there
would be an alliance between aer
many, i : n und Japan
"I know from reliable no ureas." he
said, "that Itussla Is nut of joint, It
half-bankrupt, is starving, and will he
ready for a stparate pi ne before
Spring. The result In to In an alliance
between Hertnany, Austria, ItllKHia
and Japan, Japan an, I lluasls are
pushing toward this combination and
an overwhelming majority of the Ger
man people would welcome it today.
"It Ih the old ItlHinai, kian tradition
thiil fjhrmany OUdhl to be the friend
of lUIHHia und that such an alliance
would be her Hurent protection.
"If we really want to bring peace
ror a generation there i no hope but
to brliiK Hcrmany and Kn-latld t"
an understanding before iiermany and
RuSalS have made pen, and formed
en alliance, Neither the Kngllsh nor
the Herman people wain tin-- peace
today, hut they ought to want it, for
IX noan.i ... ., seSSIM , ! MSS1 ""!" jouhl eptciAt ID wim,
Mohonk Lake, n y., net. 20. John1 Bucharest, Oct, 10 (vtt London.)'
I.. Potter, who recently returned from The Rumanian! have taken the offell
tho I'hllipiilnes. where for eleven 1 slvc In the OltUS valley through
eMrH he was chief Clerk in the bu
reau nf education, today declared be
fore the i.akc Mohonk Conference on
Indians and Other Dependent Peo
ples, that American employes in the
Islands are being forced out by dem
ocratic rule, or ore resigning.
Governor General Harrison and
Vice Governor Martin, he said, are
sincerely oarrytng out orders from
WashltiKlon. and Mr. Martin, at least,
he added, Ih openly In favor of R-et-tlng
Americans out of the Islands rb
soon and us completely as possible.
The Philippine government, Mi. Pnt-
ler declared, has passed a "polite In
flation" to gat out by granting a
year's salary to Americans who ap
ply for withdrawn, an Invitation that
is being generally accepted
Americans there, either in
southern front, alone tin
an eXChtnge of lire has
business, feel that
he allowed to rt
HOW is the lime to
ment employ or in
if they ale not In
mam permanently
leave.
Hamutl K. Hllles, of Cincinnati,
i i incized the gdminlttnaTion, alien
ing iiu wckkentng of the Philippine
i. ni can of science by withdrawing
American scientists.
which the AuStrO-uerman forces In
vaded Rumania, the war office an-
noum cl today. They have driven I
hack the Invaders to the frontier. The
repulse of attacks on other parts of
the front ais.i is reported.
Tin announcement follows:
"Oh the northern and northwestern
fronts, the enemy has attacked lloso-
asa, in the Trotua valley, and has
beta repulsed, in the ptul valley,
there have been violent artillery ac-
tlong and enemy infantry has been I
dispersed inn troopl have taken the I
offensive in the DltUt valley, and j
have driven hack the enemy to thf
frontier, where fighting continues.
"We have recaptured Mount Burnt
On the left hank of the Alt, We htVI
because i repulsed five enemy attacks in Hie rt
govern- (ton of Mount Roblll, where the ent
itle
ube
place.
' The enemy has assumed the
give over the whole front in Dob
He has been repulsed on our
hank and in the center, ino
Wi&g has been
ward Ungrd."
withdrawn sliKhtl
I 'an.
takes
off is.
nulla,
left
to-
it sued ills Baby's Ufa,
Some years ago, In a letter to th
manufacturers, II, O. Vines, .ijs,,e
Iowa, stated that Chamberlain's CouS
Remedy had saved his baby front ily.
in? with the croup. This is a tavorikl
remedy for croup with many mnthetl
and 's pleasant and safe to take. Ob.
Ininable everywhere.
my suffered heavy loss.
"There were more than 100 corpses
in front of our trenches, and we i"n
tured two machine cuns.
"There has been artillery bombard
ment at OrsOVn in the JiUl valley, on
MILK
W'e can supply a limited number ol
additional customers with our gugr
anteed whole milk. Guaranteed that
all the cream is In the milk that tin.
cow put there. A month's trial wilt
convince you, Call Stroup Farm
I4I8P1.
Halm Ooal CO., plume
boat coal and wood.
1, li
the
once the new alliance is tormeu It
win seek to crush tin ambition of
England fin world DOWI i
'Some neutral groups in Kuropo
aie seeking to bring ttboul this nn
derstandlng between Germany ami
England. Yet, real Success can be
expected only if the governraenl of
the United smtes undertakes this
master work."
RUSSIA TO BAR
eeajeeeeeess
a
CERTAIN GOODS 0
F
ined
Vii 'tax oonaratsaimi to show Records
Denveri Oct, 10. The state tax
rom mission wan today ( ailed upon in
a resolution by the state board ol
equalisation to pratent all its records
pertaining to the valuations nf prop
erty of every county ami corporation
in the stale, upon which taxes were
fixed.
The action followed several days'
hearing of protests attains! sllsgtd
over-valuatlont
AMERICAN MAK
E
BOTH SIDES SURt
OF VICTORY ON
VILLARD
FINDS
DRIFT TOWARD
TRE PRESIDENT
ISSSSIM SISSAtSS IS mohsino jouhnal)
New York. (ict. 20. Oswald Harri
son Yillard. editor am' owner of the
New Viol, Rventng Post, which has
mil been supporting Presideni Wilton,
hi making a personal twur up -state, in
a dlsuati h iu ins newspaper tonight
from western New Ymk Mi Vlllard
reports an unmistakable ami surprls
Ins iinft in Preatdenl Wilson which
he s.ns In strong ' l'art iculai ly In the
small towns,'' he adds, "this Impres
sion was strongly confirmed by the
Information sained during an auto
ride of 1 10 miles today, l iom the
beginning we stopped every man we
met on the mad So remarkable
were si. me uf the si u I emcllts made as
to republican disaffection timt they
Wert haul to believe ami oouio not
have been taken at face value had II
not been that they were so orten
.licked ui. by republican snllt.es of
Information.
"Kvervwhcre the worklngmen are
fhe Iiik in the president and if there
re only few farmers in every election
district changing their Miles It will
take a much smaller majority in New
York to carry the state for Wilson
that the republicans realize. Finally
it shoiil.l Ie noted that we ran across
republican dissatisfaction with the
pee. ties of M r. Itoosovell.
ELECTION DA!
IRT HI..N..I milMNAI SPSSIS! kSASSS (SIM
New York, i ict, SO. A total of 100
electoral votes aaaured for Charles B.
Hughea, with an additional fifty prob
able ami another fifty-five possible,
was claimed for the republican presi
dential candidate. In a statement l"
nlKhl by Chat lis VY. Ku I'll ha m. man
ager of the Hughes campaign tour.
There are f,:il votes In the electoral
oollegt,
Mr. Painham said he based his con
clusions on observation of conditions
in all parts of the country. AtnoTll
the stales he placed In Hie 'sure"
polumn wen (lino, New York, Illinois
ami Indiana.
After a sei ies of conferences, Vance
c MoCormtck, democratic national
t hulrmun, said tonight:
"It's all over. The president is reelected."
MOKNINd JOURNAL SPICIAL I I . D WIMI I
Washington, net. 2n. Notice that.
Russia contemplates Issuance of a t
decree temporarily prohibiting the,
Importation of many artlcits, lnclud-j'
Ing some goods which figure in the
American export trade, was givtn to-
day in an announcement of the dt-jt
partmanl nf commerce.
The announcement is taken from a
Rritlah hoard of trade publication. ,
which says that effective today Rua-j
la contemplates temporarily prohlh-j'
iiin-.; importation of tho foUpjving ar-K
iieh s; Fresh vegetables and fruits,
except lemons, preserved foods, mus
tard and sauces, pickles, etc.; tobac- I
co, cigarettes ami clgara; Macttita,
.lams, confectionery: canned fruits'
and berries; hops, spirits, beer, wine!
ami liquors; mineral waters other than I
medicinal; cheese, fish, feathers and'
downs; patent leather, certain fur
skins; leather gloves and small arti-Jt
oles of leather. Including sporting
goods; certain articles of wood andli
basket wares: precious stones; certain,
building stones: certain kinds of pot- '
tcry and I'lassware; toilet soaps, inati-j,
Ufacturea of sold, silver and platinum; !
certain manufactures of copper and
alloys of copper, cutlery articles with I
expenalve moutninga; binoculars; mu
sical Instruments; articles of card-!
hoard; cotton velvet ami plush; fa-j
I ries of silk and half silk; ceilain felt j
goods; carpets; certain knit floods tttdll
trimmings: tulle, lace and manufac
tures of laces; embroiderlea and em-j'
broldered fabrics; clo thing and under- ,
ueai ; women's liats. fur capt, timbrel- !
las. and paratola; toya; expensive t
fancy and toilet artlclea in Kcneral."
AMERICAN GREEKS
TO VSSIST VENIZEL0S
MD.NlNI IOU.N.I - . - .... Wl...
London, Oct, 20. Additional en
tente forces have been sent to Sahuii-
kl, according to Iteutdr'a correspond
ent there, Who sends wold (hat a fur
ther stronir contlngeni of Infantry
was landed today and that several de
tachments of Greek troops eiwve ar
rived from Crete to join the national
ist army
The provisional government al Sa
lontkl has received a lengthy tele
gram embodying resolutions passed at
a matting of Greeks in New York and
Promising men ami funds to the na
tionalist cause The provisional gov
ernment, says the dispatch, is sending i
Committee to New York for the pur
pose of organising ami transporting
recruits.
Oil PLANTS RESUME
ACCUSTOMED ACTIVITY
IU1 INI JOIKNIL BSSUM. - - I
Hayonne. N. JH I H I. 20. The
Btandard OH ami other Industrial
i;jnls affected by the strike which !
was attended by rioting and the lots
of three lives, resu d their sec us-
tomed activity todai when nil except '
a few of the $12,000 men who were I
Idle returned to their places,
la tter Working conditions are j
promised them and their demand for j
increased nrages win be granted ttti
part, it was indicated by the federal
conciliators who came here from i
Washington to volunteer their set'-
vices.
Wolf's Cgg Maker. Inrrcaaca li-
pr id in t ion : prevents nut nlicves roup
and other chktkon iiiscasc-.. Regular
prhi'. ;;.: special cash pri.-c. lllr.
Better order now bCfOrg it is cll mine.
one of our wnaons w 'li bring it to
your (lisir. R, W. I'l'.l'..
Jaffa Grocery Co.
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
OUR QUALITY MARKET
Mtat Market, Grocery Department and Bakery
iindiT i ne n t.
one order and
price are right.
Wc would
tilv as possible
Get your entire days supplies with
one delivery. Quality, service and
nlvi
ie ourchas
I in isH.'i"ts arc
ity in tlic
in price
e in
thai
rocery and lard line w ill
s large a quan
every cotnmod
surelv advance
soon.
TODAY'S SPECIALS
Itcsi quality Breakfast Bacon, pound IfliV
l'.tt quality HkUnsr pound Uoc
8 II is. Dry Onions 250
ti lb. Pancy Native Swtel Potatoes 25
,v His. Pines) Virginia Sweet Potatoes 1250
' large heads California Lettuce 15
large Artichokes 25f"
Brtfssel Sprouts, pound 20c
Green Beans, pound '20c
Sweei Potato Suuash, pound 10
MEAT DEPARTMENT
Rxtra Fancy Kansas C'itv C
Pancy
standing.
Veal and
Spring I
Milk fed
1 1 1 1 n d ied
All kinds
i iiu-U (1
Cuis Special Rib Roasts, bo
1 1 ri
d and
urkeys, 8 pounds average, very fine.
Springs and I lens.
Beef Sausage.
tinfoil Cheese.
BAKERY DEPARTMENT
Fruit Cake
Net )i ilitans
Chocolate a n d Maple
Eclairs
Whipped Cream Puffe
Marshinalldw Chocolate
N'ut Cakes
Sunshine Cakes
FRESH BREAD, HO
AT 11
Try a loaf 6f Bran
that sluggish feeling.
Butter Cream
Puffer Cakes
Moca Cakes
Itt l i fit
iiiackiierrv
Ratty Shells
Boston Brown
Famous New I
Pumpkin Pies
ROLLS EVERY
Cakes
minivers
Bread
ngland
DAY
O'CLOCK
Bread, It
will drive awav
JAFFA'S
rim nes 31 and 31
210-221 West Cent;;
OREGON (
WAGE
ASE ON WOMEN
LAW POSTPONED
BENSON TO ANSWER
ROOSEVELT IN ARIZ,
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Phoenix, Aria, net. to Allan Hen
aon, socialist candidate for president
eieiel Atlmia todav for a two-day
St. iv. He Is scheduled for an a.tdiees
at rums this evening smi win (m la
I'li... t-u tomorrow
Colons KooiH'Velt extiected to
spe I. In the afternoon and local so
clsllsts sny that Mr. liens. ni will St'
tend the Itoosi'velt inectmc and proh-
aht reply In his evening ipetcav
IB. MONIM JOUHNAL '', II.IID H..!!
Waahincton, Oct, The political
campaign is jomewhat dtaarranglni
the schedule for aitumeiit ( oases
before the niprame court of tha Unit
ed siat, s ,t the request of Ortgons
attorn e) general the court today tem
poraril) postponed reargumtnt of the
case letting the constitutionality of
the oreon minimum wage la, for
Sromeg the first of Its kind to come
hei the supreme court, tie stated
that counsel .1. su ed t.. remain In Ore-
(ton for pellttCal activities. The min
imum WBge law i use was atuued two
V . us . .. and last .tune was ordered
reargued,
Counsel In the case letting the vi-
nlili of the Oregon law fixing 11 tcn
hOttr day foi Worktag men In certain
employment, which a hap was ordered
reargued, have agreed to submit the
case to the supreme i ouit without fur
ther otiii preeentaUaa.
Plnakhefs ftwriat By-lawa
Washington, Oct 10, The depart
ment f ttOftirS hat been advise. 1 thai
the directors Of the National Assochi
H.ui 0 Master PlumbeTS win. h has
been under att.n k as in Molatlon of
the Sherman law. have patted .1 ret
olutinn b) which the entire plan of
operation and b) laws ,,r tha orgsni'
BStlOU are to be revised to meet the
goVeramtnt'i 1 1 Iticlsnv
50-50
TODAY
at THE- RO AL DRUG CO.
Regular $1.50 Hot Water Bottle 75c
Regular $1.50 Fountain Syringe 75c
Quinine Capsules, 3-gr., 2 dozen 25c
Liquid Paraffin (Mineral Oil) pint.
Jergen's Toilet Water, 50c size
Palm Olive Toilet Soap, 10c size, 4 for
50c
35c
25c
The above pricti are for TODAY ONLY. On sale ntn
markalilv low prices. Will make choice holiday present
complete and prescriptions are being acci
everytninc uttered
mr
cm er one hundred beautiful pictures in handsome frames at re
wine in and inspect them. Our prescription department is noVi
ixnpotinded at reasnnahle prices. We want you to know and remeniLer that
gains and you can profit ly them.
ROYAL DRUG COMPANY
PHONE 121
115 SOUTH SECOND ST.
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