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tUIIS FASS OAO COURIER
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re erred.
TVE8DAV, SRPTEMHEIt SO, 11U.
- OREGON WEATHER
Rain in west, cloudy and war
mer in east. Wednesday, rain,
moderate southerly winds In-
f creasing in force. .
OREGOXIAX SCKXTS 1A.GKR
"The revelations made "by Carl
Ackennan of the revolutionary origin
of the steel workers' strike warn the
American people that they should not
necessarily regard a strike in these
times as a simple dispute between
employers and workmen as to wages,
hours or conditions of work. It may
actually be a movement in the gen
era! war of the revolutionists to des
troy the republic and to set up some
new form of government, or no gov
ernment, in its place. The revolu
' tionists are not agreed on any form
f government, for they include so
cialists, syndicalists who are the I
W. W., communists who are bolshe-
Tists, and anarchists, who want no
government at all. Their one point
of agreement is on desire to destroy
ine existing government. That done,
they would continue tfie revolution,
each faction striving br force and
ruthless bloodshed to become, su
preme. That is the history of revolu
tion for centuries past."
Organized labor appears to have
een spoiled during the war. Work
men those in the shipyards have
been drawing fat salaries and feast
Ins on the best in the land. To get
them to work and not interfere with
the speedy prosecution of the war
they were granted most anything
they asked by the administration.
The soldiers were drafted and com
pelled to obey commands; the steel
workers and others engaged in war
work were petted and pampered by
the administration given the best
of working conditions, and short
hours and the majority of them
rode to and from their work in auto
mobiles. That was the distinction drawn
between the soldier and the man who
was, for some minor defects, or no
defect at all, permitted to remain at
home while his neighbor was hur
ried across the water to face the
German cannon. Had war-work lab
orers been drafted and been compel
led to work under orders similar to
those provided for the combat troops,
possibly there would not now be so
much unrest and so many strikes.
These are times that try the sta
bility of a government, and never
did we need a man with the courage
of a Roosevelt as we need him today.
The Boston policemen's strike proves
that.
Thomas Nelson, who relinquished
his Job at Astoria rather than dis
miss Huttula, a foreigner who was
accused of being a slacker, s;.yg
there is nothing in Huttiial's actions
from preventing him from beam
ing a' citizen of the United States.
. it Is said that Huttula registered for
the draft, 'but he had conscientious
scruples against going to war. There
is the case in a nutshell: 'Nelson
says Huttula did not recall his V. S.
citizenship papers to avoid the draft,
but "because he had scruples against
going to war." If he refuses to fight
for the country in which he makes
his home, he should never he admit
ted as a citizen. The United States
has just been deporting a number of
fellows like Huttula.
The 'North can no longer point un
accusing finger at the South for re
sorting to mob law, since the Omaha
Many Items
WE APPRECIATE VOIR HI SIX
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
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Quality and Service
affair. Such incidents are strong ar
guments in favor of capital punish
ment. There were no doubt many
in that mob who feared that it the
negro was not lynched he would get
off with a few years' sentence and
then be pardoned out to commit an
other such crime or at least to set
a bad example for other degenerates
who, fearing only death, would, take
desperate chanoes. Jail sentences
hold no terror for such beasts any
penitentary warden will vouch for
that.
Coos county won first prixe at the
fair on cheese, tomatoes potatoes.
apples and pumpkins and yet there
are people who think that county
does not yet need a paved highway
and a' first class rail road.
The (American Legion is campaign
ing for 1,000,000 members. Why
stop at a million? If the (Legion con
tinues along the fine, patriotic lines
of its activity lip to this time, the
more, the better.
Those striking Soston policemen
who want their Jobs back ought to
have jobs without any public re
sponsibility.
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 27.
When Jose Wagemans, 23 years old,
stopped here recently en route to
Douglas, Ariz., where he will learn
mining from the ground up, he was
hailed as one of the men most dis
tinguished for personal valor among
all of Belgium's valiant fighting
men.
He was only a private when he
was mustered out at Antwerp, Au
gust 15, but he held almost enough
decorations for bravery to cover his
entire chest. Among these are the
Belgian military medal with six
Hons and five palms, indicating dis
tinguished bravery In six great bat
tles and meriting the cross on five
separate occasions; the Kerensky
medal of the Battalion of Death, said
to he the rarest military decoration;
the Tser cross; three crosses of St.
George, the Russian honor corre
sponding to the British Victoria
Cross; the Belgian .Commemorative
War Cross, with the volunteer crown
and eight bars, and the Belgian Med
al of Victory.
Wagemans belongs to an Influen
tial Belglam family, but said he
knew and liked many Americans and
chose to live In the United States.
'Henceforth Americans my coun
try," he said, "Here I will ma1e my
home."
(Continued from page 11
ed to Mr. Drake for his splendid ar
ticles. Our -ministers have, from the
start, backed up this good work.
Last, hut with emphasis, let us all
have a hearty ,cheer for the women
wno went from house to house to
receive our gifts. iBome had scatter
ed territory, but the committee tried
to divide the town the best the
mind's eye dire"ted.
MRS. GRANT THRASHER,
Chairman.
MRS. H. L. STONAKBJR,
Secretary,
MRS. ARTIiril STR. VDEn,
Treavrer.
'CHARTS R. DRAKE.
Publicity.
IV THK GIMK'KUY LINK
AUK SOAKOK
VK MAKE KI'KtlAI, EErX)KT TO HAVE
WHAT YOl' WAXT WHEX YOl' lNT IT
ESS
(HANTS PASS R. K. It. No. 2
-Mr. and -Mrs. Fred M. Grunt are
entertaining Mrs. Grant's father umt
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Hanson, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter ilunson and little
son, Gerald, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Manning, who motored from Shuttle
and are sight-seeing round our beau
tiful valley. The Grants are our
new neighbors, having bought the
Carver ranch last spring.
Dr. Dillingham is a busy man these
days overseeing the graveling of the
road here's hoping we have 'better
roads this winter. The Dr. Is also
hustling getting rights-of-way for
the big irrigation ditch soon to be
through our valley, which will mean
a mint to the ranchers. But with it
all the Dr. finds time to capture some
fine steelheads, he is sure a lucky
fisherman and a jolly good fellow.
Rogue river valley grange will
give another one of their select par
ties on Friday night, October Srd. at
their hall
Mrs. J. "M. Ixive and W. A. Watson
of Oakland, Cal., motored over the
9isktyous and are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Branscorabe at their
ranch two miles from the city. Mrs.
Love Is a braYe little woman, having
driven all the distance in her 1911
Buick. She ts very cool headed and
there are few women who would care
to undertake the trip. She will re
turn home ly way of Crescent City
Thursday. Mr. Watson Is looking for
a ranch and may located In our val
ley.
COVXTV AGEXT'8 XOTES
The Town Garden
Many of the gardens of Grants
Pass are made on soils that are de
ficient in humus, and as a result
after they are irrigated and cultivated
a little while the soil gets very hard,
just a little below the surface, nnd
grows very slow.
One of the best remedies Is to
plant a crop in the early fall to turn
under in the spring. Right now is
the time to put it In. Sow vetch
with rye, oats or wheat, preferably
rye, at the rate of 0 pounds of vetch
and 50 pounds of rye per aire. For
a garden COxfiO use about 12 pounds
6t vetch and 10 pounds rye.
You will he surprised at the effect
of this on- your soil. You will get
better resultsfrom this than you will
from .the use of commercial fertill
zers if you plant early and get a good
growth to turn under In the spring.
Do not delay the seeding.
C. D. THOMPSON,
County Agent
Force of Habit
"Rnth I I'm reully - surprised at
you, putting out your tongue at peo
ple." "It was all right, mother; It was
only the doctor going past,"
,xnjn.
Tue Liquid Wash for Skin Disease
We tifivfl wltneeatd such Kmarkat!c cares
with tli' iwtliinir waili of oils that we offer
yon bottle on the guaranue that uatom it
docs tlie 4inu for you, it oU yen out a
M. Clemens, Druggist
SLOW
DEATH
Aches, pains, nervousness, diffi
culty in urinating, often mean
serious disorders. The world's
standard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles-
GOLD MEDAL
bring quick relief and oftsn ward off
deadly diseases. Known as the national
remedy of Holland for more than 200
years. All druggists, in three sites.
Leek ler Ike same Cold Medal an every hn
aa4 aeeept mo imitative
OF
Chicago. Sept. 30. Southpaw
pitchers, who for. years have given
way in the liuschnll world series hlill
of fame to right-handers, this year
bid fair to prove the stars of the
championship contests.
With the exception of out or two
years notably 1918 right .handed
twlrlr have 'been tho mainstays of
their clubs for SO seasons and sel
dom has southpaw pitching brought
the world's champion title to any
club. This year, however, the Cin
cinnati Jfeds virtually have south
pawed their way to vlotorv anil two
left hnnders have shared with the
Veteran Eddie Clcotte. the burden
of bringing another American league
pennant to the Chicago White Box.
Two southpaws Puth Ruether.
last year considered not good enough
for the big leagues, and Slim Snlloe,
twice discarded are the twlrle
chiefly responsible for the Heds vic
tory in the National league and It
Is on these men that Cincinnati will
depend largely In the fall series Ft.
ler and Ring the two star right band
ers, have long done their share, but
Cincinnati fans are betting on Rne-
ther and Snllee.
For the White Sox. Eddie Clcolte.
Is. of course, a pitching elnff bv him
self, but Clauds Williams has won
many games with his southpaw slants
and Dick Kerr, has more than held
his own.
So It seems probable that the r.
les this year may find Rnether and
snllee battling with Kerr and Wil
liams for premier honors.
Left banders have held little prom
inence in world series pltehlni with-
the one exception of 191 S when the
southpaws bad more than their share
of glory.
Babe Ruth won two games from
the Chicago Cults, while Tvler and
Vaughn did most of the hurling for
the national leaguers.
ADMITS EiST WSlUR
(Continued from page 1)
lutlonary war to order the American
navy anywhere at any time.".
Secretary Hitchcock pointed out
that the senate had already adopt
ed a resolution asking Secretary
Daniels for a report, on the landing
of the sailors and said he thought It
was beneath the dignity of the sen
ate to "harrass the department up
on matters with whlvh we are 'very
little concerned."
Senators evidently were proceed
ing the asumptlon that peace had
been concluded, which was not the
case. Senator Hitchcock said, lie ex
plained that supervision over part of
the (Dalmatian coast had been tern
porarlly alloted to the United Rtntes
by the supreme council and that the
American sailors were landed merely
to maintain conditions as they had
existed.
"But we are not at a' stale of war
with Serbia or Italy," Interrupted
Senator McCornilck, republican, Illi
nois. Senator Hitchcock agreed, but
added that during the war all orders
for American military and naval
forces were not Issued In Washing
ton. "When did we go to war with
Italy?" asked Senator Lodge.
"We didn't," replied the Nebraska
senator.
"Yes, hut It was Italians we drove
out," rejoined Senator iLodge.
Senator Hitchcock declared the
landing of American sailors bad been
necessitated by the fact that the
Italians were virtually In Insurrec-
tlon.
SAVING KAISERS' STATUES
Germans In Thorn Fear Poles Will
Destroy Them.
The Germans are carefully remov
ing all bronze statues of former kais
ers from Rromberg and Thorn lest
the Poles destroy them on th"ir ar
rival. The stntne of -Frederick the Great
at Ilromberg nlrep.dv ban been taker,
to Schneidemuelil mid le-ert'cu d there.
Tlint of William the Great will lie n
nioved In n few (leys nnd the former
kaiser's statue nt Thorn will be taken
from the market with n fcstlvnl pa
rude. Tie German government will
be nkcd to erect It elRewhere. Me
morliils of r.Ismnrck nnd other Gorman
chiefs also will be removed froni'the
bridge across the Vistula river.
Great Is Enthusiasm,'
IJjitiiusliisui comes with the revela
tion of true mill sntlNfylng objects of
dev.ulon. mill it is enthusiasm tlmt
"ti. the. porter free. VVooiliow Vj.
See The Handylite
A great step forward in Alarm Clocks. '
Just the thing tot long wiutsr nlghu and dark mornings. '
We predict that all alurm (clocks will be radlollted In the near
future.
BARNES,
8. P. Tims Inspector
Car Bargains
Ford Bug Ford Truck Mitchell Six
Overland 1916
C. L. Hobart Company
G. B. BERRY
Harness and Saddlery
Auto Top and Canvas Work
With Grants Pass Hardware Co.
In addition to being a source of pleasure to every member of
the family u car saves ljt:i of .time when time In money.
When you need something from a distance and need It quirk,
a good car will have It there without loss of (line. Kor whatever
p.irpiiHo you want a cur It will pay you to eo nx.
Vulcanizing Repair Work
KIIUiT 1,A89 WOKK fit AKAXTKI D
GOOIHtlCU TIKES and TI IIKS
Gasoline 20o
AUTO SERVICE CO. GARAGE
Geo. W. Tethcrotv, Mechanic
Biliousness
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WHEN you have a bilious attack your liver fails
to perform its functions. You becomocon-
etipated.' The food you eat ferments in your
stomach instead of digesting. This inflames '3-
stomach and causes nausea, vomiting and a terrible B
leanacne. i ake Chamberlain's Tablets. They will
tone up your liver, clean out your stomach-and vou
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Oil 20c and up
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