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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 16, 1920, Woodland, California ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY, D, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER ie, 1920 DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877. Huston Declares 1920 Campaign One ot Lies In Hope to Cloud Issue Huston Pays Respects To SamShortridge Attorney Arthur >C. Huston of this city, Democratic candidate for presidential elector, last night his audience at the Demo- cratic Club headquarters in the Labor Temple in Sacramento with many telling points during the course of a ninety minute addMSW. The speaker said it was evident that a studied attempt way to embroil all elements of voters in a seething caldron ot hatred against the Democratic The campaign of mterepreseat- ation he declared, was unparalleled and it is the bounden duty of ev- ery citizen to read the League of Nations covenant, which is not to long as the Constitution, and reach his owrt CONSTITUTION. When the Constitution was adopted criticism simi'ar to that of today was made. Nine ot the thirteen stales fin- ally ratified. The Constitution is the Constitution of the United States of America. The League of Nations will be the constitution of the nations of the world, and under it no American boys will he forced to fight abroad. One hundred and fifty of the 's greatest men have devoted, to the covenant and no man has the right to say that other than lofty principles animated eact. of thorn, said Huston. Thirty-seven nations, comprising seventy-five per cent of the popula- tion of the world, are in the league and it is functioning today. The Uni- ted States is outside the league in company with Russia, Turkey, Ger- many and Mexico. WILL HELP IRELAND. Referring to Ireland, the speaker declared that Governor Cox had prom- ised when elected that he would call attention to conditions existing in Ireland under Article XI of the coven- ant, specifically provides for friendly -consultations between the nations. A continuance of such a world menace as at present obtains in the British Isles endangers the re- lations between the United States and Great Britain, he declared. The crime of the campaign is the manner in which the citizens are pre- vented from getting the news, said Huston. No coast papers publish the fact that George Viereck, whos- "Fatherland" was suppressed during the war, now is advocating that the six million voters of German descent work to defeat Cox. "I confess that 4 W. E. Duncan, Jr., to Discuss Ballot Propositions at New A rmory Sunday Night at 8 Armory hall Has tomorrow night by the Protestant churches and laymen of the city to ascommodate those desire to hear Senator W. E. Duncan Jr., discuss Uhe Harris prohibition enforcement measure in particular and a number of other propositions for the No- vember ballot including the proposed constitutional convention measure, vivisection, community property "bill, and two or three other wiUi wJucn he is familiar. Duncan speaks on ell of these measures from a partisan standpoint, they having come up in various forms in the legislature during his incumbency. A W Fox of this city will lead in community singing. The entire pub- lic is invited to attend this meeting and be advised on the various meas- ures upon which the electorate of the state will be required to vote at the coming November election. ___ Food Starts Decline; Nearly 250 Staples 1 Show Marked Decrease 'HITS BY Senator James D. Phelan i- the original anti-Japanese lead- er. In 1S95 'he financed the first investigation, when James H Budd was governor. When Samuel il. Shortridga last week declared that Presi- dent Wi-lson was a frost, a scourge, he forfeited the right to expect the votes of self-re- gpecting Americans. California voters are remark- able for independence. Hiram Johnson, Frank C. Jordan and James D. Phelan have headed the voting lists. WHEN JOHNSON SPEAKS HARDING TKEMBUBJS, NOT- WITHSTANDING THAT THE L.ATTER IN 1912 SAID IN HIS PAPER THAT JOHNSON "ON CLOSE VIEW APPEARED TO BE BOTH A FAKIiR AiND A Eminent and brainy men who in 1912 and 1916 were at swords' points today are hand in glove in an effort to misrepresent the situation so that tli3 Republican candidate may win. When Harding receives John- son and Borah he should point to the "wiggle" inscription on his posters. When. Hoover and Taft visit him the "wobble" par I will suffice Ellard Younger, Gladys Merritt Wed Here Tonight at Episcopal Church; Rev. T. T. Denhardt Officiating in the presence of of-and blue fo.getmeiuMs. The flower atives and irlends, Miss Gladvs Uirl is to ca.ry a naskci of rose u. daughter or .Mrs. John ReltL will add to the at .Tl- will .become the bride of Ellard traKiveness. bemg used rhietb m the son of Mr. and M.S. E. L decorative scheme. Conger' at a church wedding this ev- Mrs. Wm, H. Boyce. nee Hazel In ig the time .being set for 3 o'clock. is to p.esioe at the organ and nuptials will be solemnized in the 'will play Lohengrin s Weddm, chm-ch, with the rector, March. Miss Lelthold ro Re IT Denhardt, officiating. "Oh, Promise Me." SMcflv 'informal but attractive and; The wedding guests will indude LpVessive will be the of Delta Gamma soro.it, sia- _ The church is beautifully decorated evs of the briae. f'or the occasion The bride is be, Following the nup the or da; attended 'by her chum, Miss Hazel party will letire to the Reith hone a sister of the groom. Roh- on Cross street, where the newly- en Huston is here from the Univer- i married couple are to be fetid at a WASHINGTON, Oct. IG.-Food is now leading all other necessities in the downward sweep of price-.. The level of prices paid farmers for their products declined lo.G per cent during September, according to reports to the agricultural depainient covering the entire country. already have begun to Captain Peter Juhl. injured early in the week in being run down by an automobile, was 1-emoved today from the Wood- laud sanitarium by his rela- tives to the home of a private i benefit fiom ibis sweeping decline, I other reports showed. Prices paid the farmer on October 1, throughout the United States, aver- ageJ, according 10 the agricultural de- partment: j Whit.} potatoes, per bushel: potatoes, per bushel; ap- per bushel; "butter, 54.1 pound; eggs, 50.1c per down; chlck- ens 2G.-ic per pound and wheat per bushel. ,sity of California to be the best man. i Little Irrn.a Sue Fail-child, dainty ana wetty little daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Chester Fairchild, is to be tihe flower girl. The guests will be escorted to their places by Oscar Dingle and Stew- art Chalmers as ushers. Miss Merritt is to appear in a mod- tastefully She wiU 'bou- quet will be of white bride's roses. The bride's maid of honor, Miss Younger, is to carry Cecil Bruner roses ish gown of white satin, trimmed with pearl beads, wear a veil of white tulle. reception. After their honeymoon trip the Youngers will be at home to their friends at the picturesque Younger ranch, near Wjinters, of which the groom-elect is the manager. Both Miss Merritt and Mr. Younger are graduates of the local high school, where the courtship that terminated so happily had its inception. Miss Merritt attended the University of California, .vhile Younger gave up a college training to serve in the armv during the late world war. Retail prices of clothing and more nurse familiar with his condi- 250 other commodities still are tion. The deceased is so old, the down grade, government re- ports show. Nnmerous expressions of opinion'by high government officials indicate 'price declines already recorded are Regarded as the beginning of a per- manent decline in the general cost of living. Secretary of the Theasury Houston is one who believes the crest of high prices has been reached. It may taka years however, for the general decline being 93 years, that it is un- certain just what his condi- tion is. It was reported un- changed at 2 o'clock this after- noon. Firemen Fight Two Auto Fires; Perlin is Sac. Italian Bankers Here After such a condition as this makes it hard for me to control my said Ihe speaker. TRAGIC FTGUEiE President Wilson is the most tragic figure in contemporary history and one of the tragic figures of all his- tory, continued Huston. He has been misrepresented beyond comparison with any other statesman. However. Found New PureeWist Window lit Woodland Postoffice A new window has been installed 'at the hentofdhrshrshcmhmJimhmShTi 1 lobby roi the reception and dislribu- jtioii of parcel post. This has been made necessary on account of the phenomenal growth of branch of the postal department. i Formerly this business was handle! through the general delivery window, ,nmo lhan a flurry but the increase of business has intcresL ,his moruiir; when ibe re- aT1( lnon .serve board is another official who de- Two automobiles were considerably decline is a permanent be- scorched and daraged in unavoidable ginning of lower prices. Value of the fires last nignt and yesterday after- has increased nearly 18 cents, noon "the fire department being call-government records show. The dollar 1100 ,is worth approximately 55 cents com- od out in both instances. i The first c-ar to suffer damage was pared with its pre-war 1914 ,nat owned by Joseph Perlin, batteiy 'power. Two months ago the man on Second shreet, across from t.h, stoor for only 37 cento. .Julian annex. A carburetor caused -i i which resulted in damag-, In hopes of inleiesting their countrymen 111 inviting money bank to be Sacramento, of prominent Kalians was m plied new bank is. a certainty. gasolin inancial circle- of Sacramemo much Build To Oil Fields OfYolo-Smyth this today. It i. declared that according to Perlin. The hose cart was called out o stop the blaze, local Before 9 o'clock last night an alarm in a of Tiro was sounded calling the dc- patmrrut to Second and Main street.-, where a Kord truck was blazing Th" lie was about how to the wosi.ern Yolo fields wanted Fowl lit a bo explored extensively
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