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1MB OAILt CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER CI. 1914.
II7B AHemd the Big The Markets WHEAT FOR EUROPE THROUGH THE CANAL Fresh ranch, -MM 41c; Orientals, lXc. Letter Local cubes, Ulc; bricks, 3iic; Oregon cubes, 3J( Xtc. Cheese Liinlitirger, 1 ! ; Wisconsin. IWc; .Swiss (domestic), 24c; Washing ton, 17'jfti I .Sc. Onions (irccn, i'lnvj 2."c per dozen; eastern Washington, lfijil'ic per lb.; illifomia, (w 'jr. Potatoes Local, lfi l'C per ponml; atein Washing tun, Kel'ji'. Portland, Or., Sept. 24. Due to the lower prices prevailing in the North west compared with Chicago, Knglish and other European buyers are said to have purchased fi.lilui.liUU bushels of wheat in Oregon anil an equal amount in Washington within tiie last few days. The wheat, according to repoits, is to be shipped through the Panama canal to the open poits of Kurope. Portland and l'uget Sound buyers arc declared to huve been purchasing se- ..,-ntlv tn in-even! )t biiil.li,! ri,.,, in the . -.v , V market. While club wheat has been s.dling in Portland at. 9.T cents, the December op tion is quoted at $1.12 in I hiiugo. LOCAL WHOLE iJ ALE MARKETS. Hay, timothy $12.1) Clover, per ton !s.0i.s Oats and vetch x.OO Chest 8.01 Wheat, per bushel iloeditije liran, per ton $29ttU Oats, per bushel 40 Chittiin bark, per lb 4Hirti5i Potatoes, per cwt 1.01 Butter and Eggs. Butterfat, per ID .He Creamery butter, per lb 3uc Kggs 'l-ffi 31c Poultry. Hens, per lb 12c Roosters, per lb 8c Fryers 14c Steers. Steers 6c Cows, per cwt , 5c Hogs, fat, per lb 7'ic Stock hogs, per lb 7c Ewes, per lb 3 Vic Spring lambs, per lb 5c Veal, first class ..... 13c Pelts. Dry, per lb 8c Salted country pelts, each 65c$l Lamb pelts, each 25c HOPS GO TO ENGLAND. J. W. Thornsberry, owner of a hop yard on Patterson island near the city limits, is shipping via the Oregon Klec trie 20,(100 pounds of hops to the H. L. Hart company of Portland. The hops will be shipped from there to London. The buyers state that the demand for hops is very low from England, due to the war. This shipment is about one fourth of the crop and the contract with the Hart company calls for 5.S.000 pounds, this being the first shipment. Eugene Register. ENGLAND STILL ABLE TO GET SUPPLIES The London branch of the North western Fruit exchange, with head quarters in Portland, reports th.it foods, principally fruits, are still coming from France, Belgium and Holland. The oc casion for the London branch's state ment, said a representative of the ex chaage, was owing to the repoits pub lished in some of the eastern trade papers to the effect that England was compelled to sustain herself by the crops grown in the 1'nited Kingdom for the reason of the closing of trade with other countries. The report states that this is "pure imagination," going on to say that supplies have continued to arrive regu larly ever since the beginning of the war. This is born out by the pub lished reports of prices received on the market. The German plum is reported as no more on the English market, but is said to be easily done without. "The closing down of factories goes on apace and the majority of the men re passing into the army. The daily enrollment in London at this time ap proaches approximately 4."A0 men." A few early apples from the Hudson river territory have been marketed in Glasgow. Thev consist mostly of Blush Pippins-bringing 2.90 to $3.00 a bar rel. A few boxes of California Graven steins brought $1.75. SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS. San Fnncisco, Sept. 24. Eggs Ex tras, 43'c; pullets, 32'jc; California ctorage extras, 30c. Butter Extras, 29e; prime firsts. 27e; firsts, 25c; seconds, 24c. Cheese California fancy, 14c; firsts, 12c; seconds, 30c. SEATTLE MARKETS. Seattle. Wah., Sept. 24. Eggs PORTLAND MARKETS. Portland. Ore., Sept. 21. Wheat !Pib. new, lll'ai'; bluestem, $1.05. Oats No. 1 white feed, $25; gray, 2 f.-'il). Hurley-Brewing, $22; feed, $21. Hogs Hest live, $.15. Prime steers. 7; fancy cows, $ii; best '.lives, S(,i S.50. Spiing lambs. $ti(ij ii.25. Hut t'-r City creamery, "'us. Eggs Selected local extras, 35c. Hens. I2'-jc; .broilers, l.lc; geese, 10c. WAR SITUATION AS TOLD FROM BERLIN E E OPEN FORUM v EXPLAINS HIS POSITION. Editor Journal: It was net my plnn sgnin to move my pen for a publication in The .fiiur-, nul, lit least net in the issue nf this war, but the reply of an "Amerincnl liernian" to my address delivered three) weeks ago to the (iermnn society, forces' me to answer, although it is not fitting! for me (who didn't fear to stand with i my name fur what I said) to pay at- j tention to anonymous critics. So, whenj I do it, it is done nut just for self defense, hut for the public good. ! It is reallv a" idtv to see how fellow i men here are at each other. ! First: The plain intention of my1 publication has been counterbalanced by the arbitrary headlines of the edi-. tor, who is fully aware of the influ-; ence he bears upon the enlightenment : of the public by hia headlines, didn't hesitate to form them in such a way ' that they absolutely disguised the priii-: cipal views of the address; and, i. Second: My anonymous commutii-: cant, who bills for good will, charges' me with discourtesy, spirit of partisan- j ship and race prejudice, with nourish-1 ; ing hatred against the enemies and j practicing idolatry with human beings by endorsing a sinful presumption of j th present emperor of Gei-niac-. by culling him " Archangel Michael,' thus! i jiving way to thu old superstition that ! human beings could he "like (nul. j And whilst l.e reccomendM me to be i careful how to throw stones, he himself 'doesn't take pains even to read to the end the paper which he eiiticises, or j at least not to meditate about its prin i cipal views, before littering so mislead ing opinions about its contents and giving so absolute unjustified comments. The leading idea of my address w this: DAYS Just when you need that new heater to take off the chill. Buy now and get the benefit of a MASCOT HEATER the kind that saves your fuel and delivers the heat when you want it. The price will suit you. JOSSE & MOORE S Remember, we guarantee to save you money Oil the folks are Mount when we wouldn't hue the ree- seven questions, he will find there arc ; gaii berry. Don 't forget the farmers, old if the Passion week .' three of thorn lie can answer with a 'the r.verage, are better read than rinisung mis discussion, i suoiiui goon iieai or creuir M nimseit ami the city man. While the eitv not need to refer to the kaiser as Commercial Club. i tnkiiur in tlie slum. ,,r vii:.,, ,... i Archangel Michael. It r.evids like j um , rnniniereial Club smasher, j among their neighbors of an evening, a bad joke which ill accords with the v M11y mnulK There is a great work ' ,l'8 farmers are rending the newspnper. tenor of the rest of the anonymous waiting for the Commercial Clubs of ' He also placed in a position whero comment. Put 1 fear thut as some read- the countrv if thev will t.ik. it .... V,,1 he eun iret'off bv himself and enrrv on rnderlying the present war injers of the Statesman might not take it oti.r eaniziition has as fine ,. a line of thoiurht till he solves the. Kurope, .is the two thousand years eld as sin h, I must discuss it. portiinity to bring the fanner and the : problem without being interrupted. Try fight i.f tierman spiiit against Latin j Michael is for the (iernian what l"n- commeicial mail together, and estab-, 10 school yourself not to notice the awk spirir. which has it. headquarters in;cle Spin is for the American and Mali- jsh brotherly love uud fellow sympii- ward manners of a farmer; tie doesn't Paris. Whilst this fight is a necessity : niu:e fir the French and John Hull for thy for each other's welfare, as the ' K" a chance to practice up on nice, and will not end before the one or the the Ligliti. New when I say: He j Commercial Clubs. There is rcnllv on-! Wilys like you town folks. And learn other is deteated tor there is no pos-j arose and like the archangel, whose 'ly nne class of liuiimii beings in this'" respect the fact that, in spite of sibility of harmony between them the name he bears, he swings his sword, , world. Kecuiise pint of us work theim"ne Vt'rv adverse appearances, there other struggle, that between Fnglaud i etc."" I make use of a poetic license, : soil and another part prefer the I'nni- !,mm pretty deep convolutions in and (icrmiiny. it is not only unnecessary I which, personifying him us the proto-: niercial world, docs not mean the farm-' 1,is ''''rchium. "Be careful about send i but is n misfortune which to stop no cf-j type of righteousness, perhaps is not er is nay better than the commercial ! i"K out letters to the farmer hoping siege f(,,t "li""''' untried. In this regard I ; better but is not worse than the Aiiieri- man. It doesn 't mean the eoniinercial s"m"' B1""' thing to bcfull him that tho , said: "May you not, my brethren, Van idia of "America, the country of man is trying any harder to beat the : average fanner knows can 't take place. '' '" through the awfulncss of this struggle i Liberty." whom tin y personify as a farmer than the farmer is trving to I ""' farmer ays to me: "I feel such main 1 of brothers bo led on to blind hatred ! io,I,Iokm with the l'lu v'mn i on her !t il... ,..,,,,,., l i.' .i... assertions are tin insult l.. ,mr .....,...., forts today, the War office nniiounced. : against England? Collect all your head and the torch of' enlightenment in under dog that does the howling. There , intelligence. " The czar's ti-ooiw w ere said also tn ! nerves, sharpen nil your wits to find 1 her hand. To believe that 1 meant the are iust as mauv eoniinercial men1 'v(,w for the ouostion Mr. Moored have gained control of part of the main ; an honorable compromise with the de-1 kaiser -wl.om a short time ngo 1 stnt- howling as there are farmers. There ' "s,tH: "How much do you contribute I'M to de "net the genius ror whom are twice as many trying to gnaw ni"m!,rn mis or any other enterprise for hi:; n y or his uilmirers take him is s!ircl ridiculous. DK. K. A. W1SI.ICKNTS. Salem. Sept. l!', IS'lf. Claim Siege Guns Have Re duced Forts.-Gernians Caught in a Trap I'etrogra.l," Sept. 24. Russian guns rushed to the front from berg had red d frzeinvsl's five railroad to Cracow and to have ! luded cousin. Who could do that bet- pied Chyrnw .function, putting (llifl miles ; ter tnau tlj0 American people, in whom of (iaiiciaa railroads in their hands. Teuton and Anglo-Saxon Is molded to They were advaneiiiL' westward si.id gether to a great unity? i uny noes not my .inericiiri iicrmaii , brother not discuss this view, before Berlin, via The Hague. Sept. 21. 'Despite tlie hardships they have suf "ered through unfavorable weather coa litions, the (ieriaiin tronps' enthiisi sin." announced the war office today. ' remains unchecked. ' ' I "They are fighting niagiiif icently in ''ranee, where they have repulsed nil-j lerous attacks in force. j "The allies' center has been com idled to retire at a number of points ad their attempts tn envelop the Cer nan right have failed utterly, various issaults in this ipiarter having been bei.ten back with heavy loss. "The (iermnn field artillery has more than fulfilled expectations. "The emperor and the crown prince are both in good health and the former continues in touch with the whole field of war. "In the east the Russians have been compelled to retire still farther into Poland, where they are holding forti fied positions which the Germans are shelling. "The Russians are reported to be using dumdum bullets in many pluees. "The heavy ruins in the Vosges have turned to snow." nie war oIIick. -ernmn hna th! ..nii,-,. Austin-German line as they progressed. The Austrians.. it was stated, had beer, reinforced but wore ljuitlile to withstand the invaders. Another Fight Imminent. I'etrogiad, Sept, 2-4--Skiruiishinp hid in progress today between the Russians and Austrian nt prm beyond I'rze mysl, on the road to Cracow." The Austrians held positions at T'ee znw, Dynow' and blither to the west ward. They had rushed tlyir second line to the front iftid. presented' a more formidable nppefi'raiice, than at anv time since the Russjan invasion began. The Russians, too, had been heavily reinforced and tllft rjvnr office 'declared the situation excellent; No general engagement was expected for several days while the two forcer maneuver tor an advantage. he charges me to nourish jiateful feel ings toward the enemy f And ev-ii when this and the others of his obic'tioiis point to the "Arch angel Michael's " struggle against. Mar-1 uus reply of Ralph iarme, or the Paris spirit, which an- : categorical lift of I omnicreial clur. REPLY TO MR. MOORES To the Editor: t rem! tne acriiuoui H. Mnores to my ipicstions to hunk off the comtuercial bone, ami ! tl10 ''"maion good I some are faring awful slim. Yet the i first summer 1 was in Oregon I farmer thinks the commercial man is ! contributed 8 'j tlnys free lulior, im liid making all the money, and the poor '"(J myself and outfit, worth four did eoniinercial mini thinks, "Oh, my! f Jm's n dny, hauling gravel on the Prin 1 just had the chance you farmers ! ,oai' ' of the Cringle school have." While the eoniinercial men are ; 'ouise. fighting among themselves, the farin-j ' ''uv'' '"''" Oregon four yeur ers a ig themselves and the two - ' mt five months. Ouring that time I visions ai'iiinst each other. tlif e,n,i. 1 have paid out for labor ncarlv six thou- the ! talists are busy picking up the plums.11""' dollars. If every farmer in Marion I really haven t it in me to Manic them, '"univ nan pain out as mucn, we would tortunatclv toduv. es in IK, II and in i 1 ominei l.ouis XIV's times controls tlie French ! 1 am a little puzzled to comprehend , If I was a capitalist, there is no doubt' ,l"v" ,0 ,lflv'' s",l() laborers on the nation, so he might with some good will mow -Mr. Monies applies the adjective ' ),,,( 1 w-ould do the slime thing. When i rarm 1'' month. Assuming thel have nalized that 1 don't fight the categorical to my list of questions, un- ! th,. farmers and the commercial men ' fumilies would averuge four to the fnm Krench people but just this one prinei-1 less he means they are unconditional, learn to pull together, they w ill put a i '' I'1' I'""' owners would have kept pie which rules that noble nation nndj'I'he only unconditional feature I can stop to this great waste of plums f rem i !-.,Mm people on the farms of Marion unity, uesiiies inemseives. i am worm ONE CAPTAIN DEAD BUT TWO ARE SAVED London. Sept. 24. Captains Nichol on and Drunimond, respectively of the British cruisers Hogue and Aboukir. two of the three craft sunk by German submarines in the North sea Tuesday, were saved, it was announced by the admiralty today, but Captain Johason of the Cressy perished. According" to revised figures, 11 of t iie Hogue 's olficera were lost a ml 24 were saved, 24 died on the Aboukir and 17 were saved, End 2!) perished on the Cressv and 14 were saved. The admiralty reiterated its charge that at the time of the British raid in Heligoland hiirht. when two fJerinan light cruisers and two torpedo boats were sunk, (iermnn sailors tired rrom destroyers upon the British who were rescuing lierinans from the water. From Berlin came a denial of this accusation and a counter charge tiint the British fired on a Oerniau small tioat. CHERRIANS OFF FOR EUGENE THIS MORNING One hundred and twenty-five Cher rians 'eft this morning at 8:20 o'clock on the "Cherrian Special" Oregon Klectric for Kugene, where they will be the guests of the Radiators at the big county fair in the university eity. A brass baud was at the depot to give them the proper start. Clad in their handsome white suits, with the red and gold Cherrian emblem on their sleeves, the Salemites attracted much attention. They were unburdened with baggage, not even wearing overcoats, so the baggage car was used for dancing. A vietrola furnished the music. Tie jolly crowd danced and started high jinks. At Albany they stopped for 4.5 minutes and paraded. They arrived at Eugene at 10:4.). THE PULLMAN BATES. San Francisco, Sept. 24. Officials of the Pullman company were eited today to appear before the state railroad com mission November 20 to show eause why their rates for Pullman service should not be revised. Mince the Russia nii abandilned th i ""Jjli ' liuve alipttil. which cannot be severed from the l.nt-:"'' attached to them is a demand tor lout of their pockets. There are some in civilization, whilst it has no place : n honest, iiiilunsed reply. 1 hey are all I Commercial Clubs that are doing good among the principles of Ciermanie nil- questions that have been propounded i work toward bringing the furnie r"aml tu if. I think, when the anonymous is ! to me by many different favners with , the city mini together. This goes to really an "American (iermnn," then j in the last year. If the Salem Comnier-; show that it can be done. When .'S'.Mi-l he ought to understand what I mean, M'ial Club has the welfare of the farm-j mlt nf 40(1(1 farmers hold aloof from not only by the rest of (iermnn spirit, er at heart, such categorical question ' joining the Salem Commercial Club, it that he might have inherited, but bvl"ught to be just what they are looking is time for them to heimi to look the American thought as well, that he for, no matter from what source they around home for part of the trouble, iconic. It is only by answering such and not. glut themselves with the idea Mii.urinn lake region conditions in1 1 don t hate the French people or ( questions in a coimnclng, unilisputable, that nil the loose wheels are in the T'last Prussia have remained unchanged. I the Russian people or. the Servian peo- favorable manner that will win the cnu- farmers' heads. They should humble ' j pie. I have met in my iife and many- i fidence of the farmer. I am sorry their false pride enough to send nut a Claims Germans Beaten. fold, travels representatives of nearly j per cent of us farmers are tin- : committee to investigate the methods Paris, Sept. 24. That, (icucral Ren-i a" ""tionalit it-K and races of the globe"; i able to look through and see the an- (,f some of the successful clubs, then nenknmp, the Russian commander wh( ' have naJ nml hnve J'1' personal friends 1 g''lie side of the Salem Commercial try and copy after them, led the czar's tronris into Kast Prussia jamong the French and the Russians; j Club. I must remark on Mr. .Mnores' reply had defeated the (iflrmnn army whicl j have lived with the poor Polish and Mr. Moores' assertion that I tried to to question two. He says: "Anything drove him back into Russian territory ' Italian laborer, with the American In-hire out to the Commercial Club to that helps the farmer helps the husi- was stated in a Petrograd dispatch re-l"1'11" "der the same roof. 1 have 1- 1 work turning the farmers is certainly a ' ness num." Then: "The itribiition ceived today by I.e.Vfntin. - j ways kept my eyes and my heart open t hummer. I really did call on the Com-; toward the county agriculturist helps The Russians, it was said, retreat ed in apparent dMrW inuT thr tier mnns, following hotly, fell into, a trap, for their virtues and their miseries, and ' niercial Club, the day they had the , no one but the farmer. Tie is the one meditating on and discussing their fae-; meeting over in Folk county lo con-j who iiinks the profit from increased nines, never forgot that they are my 1 '' 'ne urioge proiueni across tne crops." How .Mr. Moores makes those The Germans are withdrawing from I brothers and that 1 could learn from I illumette. Mr. Moores snys, "Hello, two assertions hang together I cannot Kast Prussia, according .to ..the same I them, as they from me. But just on the 1 Colonel. I nys. "Howdy do, Mr. comprehend. Increased crops lowers dispatch, to reinforce their front along tne line rrom morn to Kahcz. METHODISTS iN CONFERENCE. ground of these mv studies and ohservn- ' Moores 1" I told Air. Moores 1 had ' the mice to the consumer, and. ns T tions on the living subject, I cannot come up to discuss the problem of get- ' showed up last spring, over-production I copies a week, but the last few weeks only a little over $ri000. Last year I paid All'! in taxes. A little blood came with that sweat. I am very sorry the Commercial Club sets themselves above carrying on nuy further discussions with unsubstantial farmers like myself. I have one con solation: If 1 trip them up once in a while, they will never notice it. Won't that be considerate of themf I wonder if Mr. Moores won't toll the public what he lias done in the Inst four years and a half fur the wel fare of the eoiintv. KARL M. PKTTYCRF.W. Salem, Oregon, Route 7. A SUBSCRIBER'S VIEWS. Auinsvillo, Oregon, Sept. 15, 1914. Capital .km rnul Printing Co. Enclos ed please find check for $1.50 to pay up my subscription of the Daily C. J. from. J iily 2, 1!H4, to January 2, 1914. The paper had been coming very irregular, mostly four copies, sometimes five agree with the view which at present i ting the farmer and the commercial had cost the farmers of the Willamette seems to be predominant in this coun- nitin together. Mr. Moores only had j valley thousands of dollars in the last try, and which underlies the argurnen-' about ten minutes before he hail to. two years. The merchant reaps a big tation of my anonymous communicant : ! leave for the bridge meeting. I told ! profit from low prices. For instance. That brotherhood means equality, that I "r. Moores I would come in again. But j if I tnke a dozen eggs to Salem now, wnen we consider all humanity to be ne insisted on my giving mm tne iintr : they will give me ;tllc. They retail has been 0. K. I like the tone of your editorials, especially your punches at the Oregoniaa are timely. They are notorious misrepresentors of facts. Tho only thing I do not like about the I). C. .1. (or any secular paper) Is to print sermons. 1 believe this ought to be left to religious publications. Wishing you success in making the l. 0. .1. the best paper in Oregon, I am Yours truly, Outlining the program of Methodism in Oregon for I!IU, prominent. Salem clergymen are attendinir the sixty-sec ond conference of -ithe . Oregon Aletho- I composed of brothers and sisters, we ' of what I had to say. First,' 1 told them out for :jOe, a profit of ii2-.'tper dist churches, which is being.. held in nave consider them to equal each..'1'"1 I had the opportunity to talk to f cent. Thin summer they gave 2lle and Portland. The conference opened ves-' other. Not only is this a mistake, but; "great many farmers and I found there I retailed them at 20c, a profit of 25 perl terdny at the Centenary church mid will ,r leads to the worst of all human j wasn t one tarmer in six who had a ' cent. continue until Monday" noon. i faults hypocrisy. 'Rood word to say for the Salem Com-I Mr. Chnpin says what we need An appeal will be made today to j There is no greater mistake than i niercial Club. That put Mr. Moores eon-' more economic productton. And he Bishop Cooke.. -tht' -Rev R'u'lufrd N. this in the world. Before God all men siderably out of humor. He wanted to I might have added, more diversified are equal, iinly tins is true, that God 's : Know what J proposed to do. 1 told production. I tielieve .Mr. rinipin is judgment about men apparently is dif- him the club would have, to do some- ! doing a good work for the county along I fereut from men's iudsment about thing on their own hook tor the farmer, these lines. If I haven't already done! men: "The mini lnoketh ttn tha . tn will their confiilel 1 i'4in 111 ti rt INI it T inn rptulv In liidn imv mv slnl re nf I Set station of tllO ward appearance, but God looketh on ! into the matter very deep in ten mill-i his up keep at any time'. Telegraph company was ordered to close the heart. I hat s all there is in it. utes, so I mentioned the exposing nt lock. Professor ""t never can von sweep away the dif-, some such ai t of a merchant jewing a ; A. B., Ph. 1).. ferences which exist between imlividu- farmer down ton beggar's price for his Avisnn, who has no. ublv held the pas torate of the historic First' church in Salem for four years, be returned to J his charge. At a recent official meet ing, Dr. Avison's large" congregation backed this request. Tonight nt 7::io o George H. Alden. B. ORDER WIRELESS CLOSED. Washington, Sept. 24 The Siascon- Jlareoni Wireless Let me give this little bit of advice, at. noon tomorrow by Secretary of the then 1 will say no more about the lo-N'avy Daniels. dean of the Willamette university, will l,,s' net ween nations, between races . produce ami men selling it nt an eaor give an tid dress in honor of the anni- differences not only in nature and mous profit, .lust then a couple of versa ry of the Educational Society. T. character, but also in value. I believe gentlemen came in and ended our eon-: S. McDahieL chairman of the hoard of ; 'n the superiority of the Germanic race versation. When Mr. Moores left he trustees of Willamette University. wilMard in .Scnndinuvia and northern tier-' said, with emphasis: "Mr. I'ettycrew, preside. j many as the cradle of this race, from I Ml see you again. ' ' A couple of weeks Other Salem representatives; at the "here she spread out, conquering the Inter I called on Mr. Moores again. He conference are: Rev. James Moore, the Roman empire: Italy and Spaia (Goth treated me civilly, but was rather cool, district superintendent; Rev.' .fames Ir-la"i' Lnmgobardsi, Gaul (Francs), the. He scraped his feet, fumbled the pa-1 vine, pastor of Jason Lee church, and British islands (Anglo-Saxons), and had pers on the table and worked his mouth J. ('. Spencer,, of. the Leslie M. K. or-; Kusaia and other eastern territories in such a way it was no trouble tn see ganization, who is secretary of the Mir.-! under their rule, and from Holland a f , 1 was an unwelcome visitor. He asked isterial Union."- ' Kngland started to conquer the whole me a few humdrum questions and in a The meeting jvas opened yesterday j "f North America, South Africa and little while left the room. I had no with an address by Dr. Wallace Mac-j Australia. They fought the Moslems ' thing left me but to do likewise. Now Mullen, of Drew : Seminary, Madison, jand the Huns and drove them out of jif anyone can show hnw Mr. Moores N. J., before, qn assembly of one hun-1 Kurope, back to Asia and Africa. They; can make out anything that looks like dred and fifty-'elr-rgymen". Later Resi-1 now start to fight with the Mongols j I wanted to hire out to the club to dent Bishop Cooke met Superintendents I about the mustery of the Pacific, and work among the farmers, in those two Moore of Halem, McDougall of Port-i they have no foe who could defeat! meetings, he certainly has a powerful land, Abbott of Kugene and VanFassen i them except the theory of equality of j imagination and ought, to be nble to of Klamath, and discussed district af-imen and nations. This degrading theo-; make his fortune writing fiction. If I fairs. Dr. Clarence True Wilson told 1 ry, which is in conflict with the facts, I were Mr. Moores, I would feel ashamed of the points brought out in his recent in good for nothing but to make the of that assertion. The day is here when debates, which numbered 31, he had I mediocre the commanding power, tin j no man ran win the respect and confi about the state with Colonel Hofer, of j dim which surely would not be to the' deuce of the public by trying to slan the anti-prohibitionis'f. I benefit of the progress of humanity. Ider and bulldoze an opponent. I-ast evening the work of assisting' To those who preach equality of men 1 I am glad to admit I wrote those the American negro and the pauses of , we must ask: Do you practice what questions, because I could get at prohibition were discussed at a meeting you preach, and even: Can you prnc-1 them in no other way. I have a right presided over by Dr. Fletcher Homan,tic.e what you preach! And when not;: to investigate, and be treated with re. of Willamette University. "j What are your words worth when not spect while doing it, any organization , endorsed by deeds! ' What would even I whosp business is looking after the pub- The news of the swimming of the Christ's words be worth for us when lie welfare. If Mr. Moores will buy a Vistula by some Russians will prob-'he wouldn't have acted accordingly ! j yard of lit nun paper and breathe upon ably be-noted with peculiar interest by . What effect would have on us the it until his breath ceases to turn it General Fu nxfon. ' Lord's prayer and the sermon on the' blue, and then sit down ami study those von Huie Wing Sang Co. Big Stock of Fancy and Dry Goods $:i.2o Ladies' Fancy Wool Waists. $1.60 Flannelette Night Gowns. . . $1.00 Ladies' Dress Skirts $:i.50 Wool Sweaters All Men's Pants selling at $1.45 Ladies' Petticoats. Silks, up from yard ....sale, $2.50 sale, $1.25 ....sale, $2.95 sale, $2.50 20 discount sale, $1.00 25c, 30c, 40c, 50c and 65c 28c to :J5c Imported Mattings, per yard sale, 22c 325 N. COMMERCIAL ST. SALEM, OREGON Ml