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II U II N H
CLEAR UP DOUBT
CALIFORNIA THROWO OVER IT8
LEADER, JOHNSON, AND
RALLIES TO LEAGUE.
flwtwrday, October 4, loitJ
HAIR DRESS IS TO
WEST GIVESJ1IM OVATION
All Doubtful Features of Pact Are
Explained Away By President, and
Former Doubters Hasten to Qlve
Him Their Support.
(Ill' tnildDOtlilaiit Niiwm Iliirriui. fnmi.
rjy Mt. Cluinwns Now liuiouu.j
Aboard President WIIbou'b Hpoelnl
Train A continuous ovnlloti along tlio
Pacific const ami thou on hln eastward
way back toward tho capital wan glvon
to President Wilson mi ho camo
toward tho end of IiIh month daylong
npoaklnt: tonr In bohnlf of tho Longim
nf Natlonn. California, particularly
tho delightful city of l.on AugoloH, wont
wild In itn onthiMlastu for him and hln
ndvocucy of tho Lenguo, and It wan
In that Rtato, porhaps, that ho did lib
most niicconsful mlHslonary work.
Hiram Johnson, California's former
novornor, now hor United States sona
tor, nnd considered by hor as tho most
likely Honubllcnn candldalo for tho
proHldoncy In 1020, hnd before tho ar
rival of Pronldont Wilson, conrlncod
groat numbor of citizens that tho
Leaguo n at prosont formulated waM
not n Rood thing. Uo had told thorn
that tho United Stnton, bocnuso of It,
would bo drawn Into ovory potty
European quarrel; ho argued that wo
would lose our novorulffnty by Joining
with tho Kuropoan nntlons. Uo had
Warned tho prosldont for asscntlnK to
tho possession by Japan of tho Pon lu
nula of Shan Tung In Chlnn.
QUREAU CHANQE8 NAME
Tho Mount Clemens News
Iluroati, which has boen furnishing
roports on Prosldont Wilson's tour
In behalf of tho League of Nations
to 5.G00 papers, has adopted n now
itnmo and will hereafter bo known
aH Tho Independent News Huronu.
production of osnontlaln, nnd that
turn partly nccountn for high nr nun,
Wo got around tho dlmoully during
uiti war ny forbidding tho proamnion
of iiou-emiontlnln, If thin wore doiio
now It would throw u nunibor of noo
plo out of work, hut thoy would noon
turn to ())( production of iHwontlalii
a. 1 1 uupph tho iihnrliwto.
Unrorluimtoly, I horn urn many of
un who (loumiid I ho non-nnMuollnln.
'iinl thuii become ronpomilhlo for tho
wiortugo of oHHontlnlti. Tho rloheiit
man can eoniiumo only a hiiiiiII iiuiin,
tit y of food, and wear only it row
olollniit, Hut ho enn noak ii fortunn
In Jewelry and nuloniobllon, and It Is
tho wanes upont In producing com
mndltlou that crouton tho prolltoor
ami nouiin prices up, it lultni tho
labor "f u lot of mon to innWo one
Cut out tlpj luxuries to a roiuion-
ahlo oxtout. Wo iiuiHt cliooiu bo
tweeu Jewels and Johuny-cako, be
tween pearlii and plo,
Portland Man Has'
Gained 30 Pounds
Collins Kays Kvoi) body Who Knows
Him In Talking About II U Im
provement HI wo Taking
"Tii n I no has mnilH iiueh a big lin
provemeut In my eoudltlou that I
Hut Mr. Wilson, with clour IorIc and
wllh compelling olouuouco, answered
to tho entlro satisfaction of Callfor-
nla'a peoplo overy objoctlon which
Kmutor Johnson had mada to tho
l.oaguo. And thousands of tho stnto'rt
cltlronn deserted the Johnson stand
n rd Immodlately and rallied to tho sup
port of the president. Moro than that,
they came forward and said, "Wo
.wero against you, Mr. Prosldont, but
you Imvo cleared everything up and
now wo aro with you hoart and soul."
Utllt moro than that, thoy let Beuator
Johnson know that thoy wore no
longer with him and that they disap
proved of the speaking tour which hn
lilmnolf was making In opposition to
tho l.oaguo and so powerful was tho
volume of public opinion which reach
ed him, that tho senator almost lm
anodlatoly abandoned his tour. Tho
:S!mn Tung question, because of tho
mntl Japanese fowling which undoubted
ly oxIiU along tho Paclflc coast was
the most serious which the president
liad to oiuwr. II explained to tho
peoplo that li had Imiau powerless to
provont tltt rich nliuu'a from blng
Ajivtin to Japan. Knglsnd and Trance,
through ft secret treaty, had promised
.It to Japan for entering tho war and
:ruMAhifnc lu It. That treaty had to
"to carried out. Anyway It was not
China Unit was losing Shan Tung, but
O'ormany, which had selred tho terri
tory from China lu 189S and lield It
cvor Hlnco. Japan had promlHed, tho
president explained, to return Shan
Tung iih soon as tho poaco treaty was
rnllllod and It was only throiiRh tho
ratification of tho treaty with tho
League of Nulloryj Inclusion, that
China could ovor expect to got hor
former proporty back. And sho eurely
would get It back, ho doclared, through
tho ratification of tho League, There
fore, through tho naino Instrumentality
no othor nation could again proy upon
tho "Great, patient, diligent, but hoi p.
Infill kingdom." Ah to our being drawn
Into any Kuropoan conflict. Tho pres
ident pointed out that no direct action
jiuclt uit tho minding of troops to any
part of tho world to maintain or ro
nton) order could bo takon by tho
Council of tho I.eaguh without a unanl
moiiH voto of tho council mombora,
thorcforo our voto could at once nogn
tlvo any nuch proposition as sending
our iioldlers where wo did not want
them mint. IIOHldoH, Mr. Wilson arguod,
"If you havo to quench a fire In Cali
fornia you don't hoik! for tho flro do
parlmont of Utah." nut, ho argued,
thoi'O probably never will be another
war, If tho Loaguo Is established, for
the members promlso either to nrhl
trnto their dlfferowo and accept tho
tUicMan of tho arbll.rator, lay tho dif
fer Hi can for discussion and publica
tion 1 10 fore tho Council of tho Lenguo
for h period of ulx mouths, and then,
if posHlblo, uccopt tho council's udvlco,
That falling, thoy ugroo to refrain from
war for a further porlod of three
month and nine months of "cooling
off," tho prosldont contended, would
provont any armed conflict. Those cloar
ncplanatlonH satisfied every reasonable
tionror and doutroyod tho "Ilugabooii"
which Senator Johnson and others hud
ralw.d against tho Loaguo. Through
ruftwd Novada Into Utah, tho land of
Mormons, tho prosldont swopt to find
Abut those fino pooplo wero hoartlly
villi him for tho Loaguo and i per
v" "iicy of fieaoo.l
Tho day when any ono nlylo of
hair dremlng could ruin mi promo,
Imply bociume It was "the stylo"
rooms to Into passed, rngnrdlnsi
of tho oxtremo nrfort which Is now
bolnx madn to bring back tho
"high" hair dress. Tho point nil
women havo learned Is that tho
hnlr drotii Is to help bring out the
natural beauty of the fate. There
fore tha woman with a beautiful
neck should wear her hair an
fthown above, high on tho head al
lowing gracuful linos of tho full
neck to show. The renter plcturo
shows a hair dross wl.lrli etnptni
nlzas the low broad brow, still In
low over mr nnd 1101U. covnrtni;
nn Irregular r.nr and slim ir.c'.t,
Tho lower plcturo slujns a hair
dress wlilrli brlnga out bW t
" ' "pd head.
feel as well In every way now. at I
ever did In my llfo, nnd 1 have actu
ally gained thirty pounds since I com-
.menced taking It," said V. T. Collins,
who lives at G72 llorthwlek Street,
Portland, Ore., n few days ago.
' "I began lo have liidlgentlou about
three years ago," continued Mr. Col
lins, "and this condition Just kept
on getting worse all the time until
.11 finally became chronic. My stom
aclt was lu such bad condition that
I everything 1 ate disagreed with mo
nnd caused mo to suffer afterwards,
(las often formed on my iitoiimch, and
I would have tho worst sort of cramp
lug spells, and sometimes I would
be so nauseated that I could not re
' tain what I ato. I also sufinred with
pains lu the small of my back, and
If I Htooped over I could hardly
straighten up iignln. I win badlv
constipated all tho time, and would
often have headaches that would last
for nearly a week at a time. I. fluiill)
got ho wenk and run down that I had
to give up my Job. Then my nerves
went back on me and I never got n
good night's sh-op after that. I loll
you, I hnd Just about reached the
point where I was a complete nerv
"I didn't think any mmllcln.'
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Inland Empire Realty Co
A. A. THAWJOTT, Proprietor
nought sold nnd exchanged
Farm Ranch and Building Loans
LOANS MADE ON APPLICATION DIRECT
IN VESTMENT BROKER i
Phone ao or CJ 12ft
Mlaa K I i i a b o t h Harrison,
daughter of form or (President
lurriion, has boen admitted to
'io bar la IndUua for practlloo
u both county and aUta coarts.
Sn studied law and graduated
from tho Now York university at
n nge of 22 yar.
mm tor is inning.
At Avalou, Calallnn, California,
I ho wife of one of tho twenty richest
people In tho United Hiatus caught a
Hull lately weighing 22H pounds, and
tho reporters bleated tho fact all over
the papers. In one metropolitan
dally the Item covered a (bird of a
column, eliding! "Tired?" said she.
-No. I'm not a hit tired."
This episode Is about ns Interest-
lug as ihe adventure of the Prince of
Wales and (he broncho. And as long
as v. as a people, consider It worth
while to dovote newspaper space to
tho recreations of the wives of the
Will SOMETHING Happ
to make you rich
A rich uiit'lo inii.y diu find louvo you a roll, but
Few noli iinclcH have Uiih liiibit;.
If. yon get, rich, iho chiuiccH arc you will first
have to hiivo (Miough money in order to inn Kc nn
invcHUiient that will pay.
There are plenty of invcHtnionta for the mno
with a little ready cihIi.
I In I it is up to you to Have cash. The best
policy ih to depoHita portion of your aahiry.
A Ihinlj is better than a hole in your
through which your money can Hlijwtwa.
Make our Hank YOUK Hank.
CRANE STATE BANK
IJOWX TO ZKItO.
In December, I1I8, there
i' -'Hi. wo can hardly call othir
would do mo any good, hut 1 thought nations snobs for making a ftlsa ovor "Ta
I U'fllllil f PI M'ritiirul tiitaitaa.. I a I .1. . i.. . . as. .a M
MuiiML uinn i. iiiiii i if i i ii ii iiiini mum iii iirnirHH. iiiii wn nni
irnltlliu wUor nil limit limn: 'n nrn
iiuitlinv I flnlMiodl my first hmilo I Iihm vulnerable to the ilUoaav than
Woll, front that time on I Just kept formerly and othor nations atMiear
getting hotter right along until 1 1 to be attaining tho same skint of
wero am now ns well nnd strong n 1 ever convalescence.
I'Olt .MIMtCIIANTS O.VI.V
t i .1 rtrt.i . .
nu.vuu moro emu oves on I in mil. un. i ..x:.r 1....1 1 1...
- . . . . ' ' - - - llllll It IMHUII II 1I1VITI I III
rous man 111 December. IIU7. Vet nnd ran eat Just anything I want
he amount of freight handled In without suffering nfterwards. I lion
Docombiir. f ft I H . u-n ......i.i.....i.i ........ . . . . " "
i,. ,1..... ... ' """" ' h'J niiiiiiiu ii in ill lip
r ii" corresponding mouth good condition as It ever was. Thf
uT. I', . 11 . .pain has loft my back, too, I am never
o are doing less In a dnv nnw -ruiihfli..,t ....... i.. ,.ri
unit manufaeturlng less, no there Is headaches nn. n thlnir nf 11.. nn.i
not ns much wealth as formerly. Wn Mv tmrvuM r. .1.. u- .. ..ini, buslnejis by means of catalogs.
lire gradually getting poorer. and I get In eight or nlno hours good There's pulling power lu a book of
in Kaiisaii City thorn Is nlctures and nonfiit descrlnllvo tiara-
whoso lumber mill turned out 70,- regained all my strength, and have graphs covering a multitude of suh- fj
0U0 root a day flvo yours ago. Now gained so much In weight that ovory- J,H,,H wl,,, Irused In Ihe Miilut of g
t turns out Ui.000 ft although u body who knows mo Is talking about ' ''oliig and little wonder that
The big mall order houses, as overy
body knows, do an Increasing yearly
WRAY'S AUTO STAGE
All Tourlnu Cum
Leaven HurnH Motulou, Wcdncmlaii, Friday, Saturday
Leaves llend Monday, Wcdnciidaih Friday, Sund$
Fare Hums to Portland via ('nine with berth $:KU)1
Fare Hums to I'ortlnnd via Hend with berth lO.lo-
Ship Perishable Goodn, Express and Fast Freight
via Hend in Our Care
FARE, $10.00 50 lbs. baggage fret
HEADQUARTERS AT REED BROS.
has the sniiio ntitntiwr nf nmr.iiiv..., u Iinviirs aro iiiantfestlni; luterett I
1IS boforn. ' .......1 -.1 ,n ,, I MriliniilH In Ifiu'nu llui iltn nf
- ....... .... HIT I I1I11MI1 I I'.UI I lltMI.II "" ......
. iiirniry WHICH Oil I OVOIl .00 Tlllll m U ho il III Illlrll Uv IJnn.l UI1S IlltVO IIHIK IM'llll IIMIIIIIK tins lirillll I
iiuiiiihi nun 11111 a largo misiiiohu in : IJros., nnd lu Crane by Valo Trading I,IH Pironngo which norman?,-
imo.NCIIOS AM) PISH.
should bo coming to them, lu many
communities tht local ktore keepers
are seeking ways itnd means of cniin-
taractlng this diverting Inlliionco.
Not by alttlg Htiplue mid nndlng
fault, can this lm accomplished; tho
situation on I U for Just what J-.'Imlra
merchaiita ar proposing lo give It
a htvtvy run of ailvirtlnliu: in local
maiiufncturliig overalls, has fouml Co
that contracts on the busts of previ
ous output 11 ro now Incapable of ful-'
flllmont. Worklnr hours In ihu
fnctory havo boon so much reducwl : 1
that, figuring the imr cunltn tn.M i.r I ho ncllvlly of the prwt anentu
time, there are 1.800 fower working ' r"rrnlng the performances of the
hours earb weuk thaii u short time ,,rl"co 'f Wales Is disturbing the
ago I serenity of the Jelfersoulans lie
A caiiiimiI concern has reportvd that 1 ! succeeded lu subtlultig a uowMpapcr combined with some llvo
11 large Increase lu the iiuinbor nf lis l,ncklug broncho, and society editors uiorchnuillslng. The mon bants of)
employes showed only a sorbins do- ,,MVW 'hronlcled the fact. Ho that Klmlra. N. V., for Instnuce, aro go-
crense lu nrodiictlnti iim 1I1.1 nntrf.i.i.. tlio JefTersoulaus consider wo urchin: after the local and outlying
There Is also trouble lu the garment' '"''"K nltogetlmr too polite to royally population WITH CO.MPOSITK HAM-'
irniio. Hulls havo becouio hard to m i'a'" auoiiiioii 10 mo eircum- CACKH of display, setting form uio
stance. ADVANTAflKH and HKAHtJ.NAIII.K
Tho matter Is really worth little N'KHH of RUPPOItTINC I.OCAI. IN
attention. There aro plenty of .men STITCTIONH.
011 the western rnuges who break Hut here's the big Idea
bronchos overy dny, and whoso luimoc They aro fighting flro with tiro.
never get Into the society columns Thoy, too, are using IMCTUUKH In
wny pui 1110 rrinco or wales tliore? their advertising.
riiero Is, of course, n certain litu
have nut boon,
get, because suits
This Is what has hapronod alroadv.
Hut cheer up; the worst Is yet to
tome. Thero will soon ho 11 falling
off lu tho production of coal. The
program now Includes a nix hour
working day moro wages of course),
and soon coal will be considerably
scarcer than It Is now. And the
general movement to limit output
continues In all lines of activity, with
tho result that the working man, like
ovory ono olso, pays twice as much
ns ho did for everything.
Wo mny consent or refuse to fnco
facts. Wo aro carofully. systematic
ally and calculatodly preventing the
production of tho uocossltlos or llfo.
Dollar bills nro, wo know, plentiful.
Moro ho than ovor boforo. Nearly
everybody has them In abundance
(on pay day), and It feels fine lo
drag thorn out of our nockotH- to un-
roll tho fat wad nnd gloat over It.
J no only drawback Is that wo can
novor oat It, or wear It, and It Isn't
or mucii use lu buying thlngH. Wo
can, of course, burn It; nnd nt tho
rnio wo aro going It may noon bo
cnoapor to do that than to hum coal!
but It takes n lot of them to make a
flro that will last. Wo can stitch n
bunch of hills togother Into a patch-
worK (juut, ami aleop under them;
It may soon bo choapor than buying
inaiiKuis, nui not tiuito ho warm,
Hut wo will all havo 0110 consoling
chanco of roprlsal. Tho coal minor
can navo tlio fun of compelling the
tallor'M cuttor to froero; nnd tho cut
tor can got ovon by keeping tho coal
minor In a utato of porpotual naked
nofls. Yob, a llttlo Barcnutlc, porhnpH;
hut wo aro hitting tho nail ho Hijuaro
ly on tho head thoro Is no room for
doubt as to what Ih lu Htoro for thin
country, iiiiIohh wo return to iianlty.
FOOD AND 1'mi-I.H
gold Interest In tho fact that break- rations,
Clean, timely, up-to-mlnuto lllus-
lug bronchos Ih dlffcult and hazard
mis; It Is, perhaps a gratifying sur
prise to Dud that tho Prince of Wales
can do It. Tho Idea that peoplo of
royal blood hardly know how to shave
That, too, Is possible for tho mer
chants of this community.
Wo have new mid over Increasing
number of bright, snappy Illustra
tions In all linen of merchandising
thumselves receives a slight setback on hand In this olllco and wo are
here. Hut the Importance of the horn, or will come a-ruunlug to help
you put across a campaign.
Hound the gong!
- SAGEBRUSH LANDS -with
water rights for sale on
Blitzen River in tracts of 80
Acres or more. Reasonable
prices one-fifth cash balance
easy terms, six per cent in
terest. Eastern Oregon Live Stock
crane Company oregon
The (Unite State
AnnnuncoH that It will noil
"fltralght" grado flour, to all
purchasers In cnrload lots,
In 140 Ih. Jute sacks, gross
weight, delivered to any
Hallway Htatlnn lu Zone 10,
comprising tho Htateti of Ore
gon, Washington, nnd Idaho,
at not to exceed $10.00 per
bbl. net cash. Purchasers
will ho supplied from near
est nvnllablo mill, which may
result In slight saving for
Wholesale anil Jobbing
profits oh such flour iiinst
not ovceod 7fto per bbl, nutl
relnllcr'H profit mnst uot
exceed $l.iI5 per Mil.
Atldrtvis ull couiiuuulcM-i
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The hotter the parts, the better the article upon which they
Poor accessories are a weakness pulling against the long life
and useful service of the combination complete.
Our department, consisting of the standard brands oft
national and international trade-marks on reliable parts and
accessories, is at your service.
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Wo aro told that th oro nro iinl
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