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GRANTS FAB8 DAILY COVRIER
Sill Kit AV. MUUII 1. ItttO. FACT TWO GRANTS PUSS DAILY COURIER Published Dally Except Sunday ' A. E. VOORHIE3, Pub. and Propr. Batered at poetoftloe, QranU Pass, Or., aa second class mall matter. ADVERTISING RATES StsDlar apace, per Inch ..15c Ijooal-personal column, per lihe..lOe Readers, per line Sc DAILY COURIER By mall or carrier, per year..6.00 By mall or carrier, per month .60 WEEKLY COURIER By man, per year ..IS. 00 MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use (or republication of mil news dispatches credited to tt or all otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news pub lished herein. All rights ot republication of spe cial dispatches herein are also resorted. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1919. OREGON WEATHER Rain west, rain or snow east f portion; moderate to . strong southeasterly winds, shitting 4 to southwesterly gales. THE SENATE AXD THE TREATY In Tiew ot the hostility shown in the United States senate toward the work ot the peace conference in gen oral, and the league ot Nations plan In particular, many people are won' dering what the senate will do with the peace treaty when it gets it. William Hard, writing in the New Republic, suggests that the senate will do with that document Just what It did with the bill appropriat ing $100,000,000 to keep the liberat ed people ot Europe from starving, The senate debated that food bill for six solid days. Senatorial re marks Inspired by it, says Mr. Hard filled 239 columns of the congres sional record, not counting 13 col' nmns ot statistics furnished by Sen ator La Follette on the union scale of wages and hours In the North At lantlc states for asbestos workers, composition roofers, boilermakers, helpers and other persons? and the American cost of production ot steel Ingots 6 feet long, 2 feet wide and 1 feet thick and weighing 4 gross tons. There were many columns touch ing on various other matters but congress passed the $100,000,000 appropriation bill. When the states men at Paris finally complete that peace treaty, and It Is submitted to the United States senate, the senate will undoubtedly fill many times 239 columns with more or less germane remarks, nut they' will no doubt fin ally ratify the peace league, it in their Judgment a plan is presented to them which will not endanger the constitution of the. United States nor embroil us in internal disagree ments which are ever cropping out in the dozens of smaller countries of the world. CRISP SNOW FLAKE SODAS We Recommend Them KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY QUALITY FIRST Optimistic Thought. Self-reliance Is the bent weapon to dght the battle ot life. Nobody knows how much ot the constitution ot the league ot nations is the work ot President Wilson and how much is the work ot other men of other nations. That is, nobody knows except the heads ot the big five governments that are managing the conference and the members ot the league of nations committee ot which the president Is chairman. And they are not telling. It Is Just as well, too. For wheth er Intentional or not, the fact that this document Is a composite and practically anonymous work , com mends It to the various nations con cerned far more than if It were known as the product ot the one man's mind, or the contribution of one nation. Of all the statesmen who have had to do with this league of nations plan. President Wilson Is by common consent given most eredlt. But no man maintains that he wrote it, any more than any single man wrote the constitution ot the United States. It may be that he had no complete plan of his own. It msy he that he was too shrewd to offer a definite nlan. knowing that such a move would Invite antagonism. It is agreed that in the actual re alization ot the Idea, the working out of the details required to turn the conception into a concrete and practicable plan, many men have collaborated how many It will never be possible to say. No doubt General Smuts of South Africa made notable contributions. So did Leon Bourgeois of France. So, we may add, did W. H. Taft, long the fore most advocate of a league of na tions in America. Lloyd George has helped greatly. Clemenceau has helped by keen criticism. ADDITIONAL LOCAL Returns From Auto Show F. B. Oldlng, C. A. Winetrout, P. B. Herman and E. H. Balslger re turned this morning from Portland, where they visited the automobile show and attended to business. MarrlHKO license A marriage license was Issued to day to John J. Wazerick, of Welser, Idaho, and Miss Gladys E. Colvlg. ot Grants Pass. Sunday Afternoon Matinee A matinee will be given for "My Cousin" with Enrico Caruso at the Jov Theater Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Vlctrola music will accom nnnv the nlcture. 04 Luncheon Monday The regular get-together luncheon will be held at the Chamber of Com merce rooms next Monday noon Senator J. C. Smith will give a talk on "Work at the-Legislature," and Clyde E. Nlles will speak on "My Trip Through California." K. & L. of S. nourishing The meeting ot the . Knights and Ladles ot Security last night was to well attended that a social was plan ned for the near future. Twelve nt members were inltated In February- Mothers Should see that the whole family take at least 3 or 4 doses of a tboro. purifying, system cleaning medicine this spring. Now Is the time. The family will be healthier, happier, and get along better if the blood Is given a thoro purifying, the stomach and bowels cleaned out, and the germs of Winter accumulated in the system, driven away. Holllster's Rock Mountain Tea is one of the very best and surest Spring medicines to take. Get it and see the difference in the whole fam ily. Their color will be better, they'll feel fine and be well and happy. Sabin's Drug Store. Adv. Return Prom Service- Ray Briggs and Orin Ruth re turned home yesterday, having been mustered out of service at the Pre sidio, San Francisco. They are both first class sergeants, 'but did not get a chance to cross the ocean. Ser geant Briggs will spend a few days In the city before going to his home at Holland. It's Wonderful. "I like the 'Three Muki-ttMra.' reiniirkntilc hook." "Anil there's the winu-l. Twenty Veins-After.'" Ye; It Ik wonderful, wo. VVIiul itilireswes me most Is 1 tint till the prill- vliiil elm meters still Imve the mimic semints." Louisville Coiirli-r-Jour- mil. Jute Substitute. Fiber from pine leaves, as a snbstl rote for jute or flux, Is used In the man Ufacture of carpets. Envelope at the Ce irler Office. "GGts-lt" 2 Drops Then to the Dance I "OoodnJjrht to Con Pains Cora Ptwl Off With "Oeto-It" "Hay, girls, you can laugh at tight ehoea, or damp. corn-pulling nulhtr, big bumpy corns, callueea n th soles ot your test, corns be twee the toss, bard and soft corns, li t AM Off WMi Thi. Fierce Con New- 'Ceto-U b Mute. Mf you will Juet touch the corn or callus with a fow drops of Oet-It.' What a blessed relief It Rives to corn calm I You won't limp any more; you can enjoy the dance every minute. Then to see how that corn or callus will coins right off complete, like a banana peel and without the least pain, la luat won derful, tie I a-If la the blggeet aellor among corn removers In the world today, simply becauaa It is so won derfully almple and always works. t aure you gel -ii-ii. "Uete- THERE IS NOTHING COMPLICATED ulMMit oHnlii au account with this llaiik, subject to thccJ. , JiiNt ilepoalt your money ami oltfii your minus l " 'H I" hamlil Minn hook; Mao n convenient mm ket check tHNik... You aro cordially Invltnt to hii an account here, auil we know that you Mill apprcvlnte the Safety, KlrcnKh ami JmmI Her vice which It nfToril. - - Josephine County Bank Capital 50.1MMMM HiirpliiH ami Profit 7.nMMMl Don't Forget We Deliver the Goods Full Line Of Groceries ' Oarden Seeds, Pea Seeds, Onion Sets Poultry Food, Wheat, Shelled Corn Whole and Ground Barley Price and Quality Guaranteed J. PARDEE 202 South Sixth Street Be aure you get 'Oeta a-It," the guaranteed, money. backcorn-remover. theonlyaure way. coata but a trifle at any drug atore. M'f'd by . Law renca it Co.,Cblcago, 11L Sold la Graats Pass, and reooav- mesded as the werld's best corn remedy by Gsorgs C. Sabln. Lathe Work O.XVO ACKTKLtiN'K WKI.MNU Batteries rrt-liargrd, repaired, houtrlit ami All Kinds of Machine Work' .1.1. Carl Gentner Phono 11) Fined 5 Karri Two boys, Marshall Hough and Llmm Patterson, were taken by the police last evening while breaking the city ordlnsnce in regard to "hop ping" trains. Chief of Police Mc Lane says the boys were looking for a ride to Glendale. They were each given a fine of IS. NEW TO!AT PIANO TUNING Geo. W. Cross, piano tuner, will be in Grants Pass for a few days after March 3rd. Leave orders at Rowell's, phone 126J. ' 07 JOB. MOSS AGENCY Fire Insur ance, plate glass liability Insur ance. 204 V Sixth street. tf SPRAYS Why haul 600 pounds of spray liquid when 80 pounds Dry Lime Sulf er spray will do the same work. Buy Dry Spray From Grants Pass Hardware Co. FOR RENT House and three or six acres, eastern part of town. House semi-furnished if desired. Mrs. A. J. Klocker, Medford, Ore. SO 2 2 ROSE COMB WHITE Wyandotte eggs for batching, $1 per setting of 15. Mrs. C. G. Gillette, phone 261-J. 09 FOR SALE Small ranch 33 1-3 acres; 20' cleared, rest matured timber, spring water. Place fine for small dairy, orchard, trucking or poultry. Houses, barn and sheds. Small cash payment, bal ance 5 years 5 per cent. Descrip tion upon request. C. H. Corson, Grants Pass, Ore. 15 FOR SALE Portable six horse pow er gasoline operating American well drill. L. S. Morrison, Ie land, Ore. 09 LOST Key ring containing several keys. Kindly leave at Courier of fice. 05 Had Elephant Break Step. It Is a tradition among newspaper men and one that may be founded on fact that in the old days when Bar nnm'ssflephanta were marched across the Brooklyn bridge, In the quiet hours before daybreak, the keepers were Instructed to prevent the huge animals from -keeping step lest the su perposition of strong vibrations might Injure the structure. All kinds of Commvrclal Prtntlm at Ue Courier Office. ANNOUNCEMENT Qn MONDAY, March 3, we will open in O runts Puss a general garage and automobile agency at our old location, 511 1J Street. Among the cars we will sell are some of the best and most popular on the market including thq. Essex, Hud son Super Six and Chalmers as well as more moderate priced ears, these to be announced later. We will also carry a complete and comprehensive line of tires, parts and accessories, gasoline and oil. We have adopted for our slogan "If it's for an auto -We have it," and we intend to make it mean what it says. The repair shop will be in charge of II. II. Bush, a thoroughly competent mechanic of several years exper ience, in all branches of automobile repairing, and will specialize on starting, lighting and ignition. Collins Auto Go.