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' GIVEN DECISION
Scpreme Court Upholds For-
, cer Jadgc Galloway in
; Opinion Yesterday
Former Judge Galloway of the cir
cuit court fur Marion county is sus
tained IB n opinion of the supreme
court handed down yesterday In the
eaM cf Kttle A. Vost against the
r THE OnrIOX STATTOMAX: WFDXFSDAV, APRIL 81. iQi y ' 3
Marshall-Well Hardware company.
appellant, ami WJlHam Keen, former
fcberlff. The opinion was written y
Chief Justice McBride. One effect
of h opinion U to bold that proper
ty bought with money belonging to a
VV?"B oirW sold on exeetitloa
although the husband may not haw
af'aed the property fo the wtfe un
til he became financially Involved.
The Marshall-Wella company, on
April 8, 1916, obtained a Judgment
against U. A. Vogt and other persons
n the mm of $15G.3 and to satle
fy the judgment aixly acres.of land
aad lota at Pratum were aold by the
sheriff, . ,. , , '
t It developed that tide to the pro
perty aold "waa In Mra. Vogt's name,
and the complaining company assert
d that Vogt had transferred the land
to his wife to avoid paying hl cred
itors. lt!waa evident fr6m ttlmony
however, thU Mra. Vort had about
$17,000 which she had Inherited and
that she bad uned this money to bay
the Pratum property. The UeetK
boweyer, were made over to her bus
band Instead or to herself and she
did cot know this until la 1916. Jn
Febhuary. 1916. he deeded the pro
perty to his wire..
. Other opinions yesterday were:
Wasco county against New Kng
land Kqnltable Insurance company,
appellant, and the French A Co.
hank, respondent. reversed ,.
The Oregon Home Builders, ap
pellant, vs. George P. tinman et al.;
apepal from Multnomah;, action 'to
tecover damages for alleged, breach
of covenants and warranty In the
conveyance of real property; opinion
ty Justice Mpore, Circuit Judge Kav
David Cnitls et a!., appellants, vs.
Tillamook City;. appealed from TI1U
mook; petition for r hearing denied;
opinion by Justice Harris. '
Petition for rehearing waa denied
In the case of O. Knneberg vs. tb
Ptate Industrial Accident Commission.
Governor Relates to -
Extradite A. B. Frame
Governor . Wlthyconibe. after a
hearing at his office yesterday, re
fused to Issue extiadltlon paper and
turn, over A. B. Frame to author
ities of the state of Arizona. Frame
was wanted on a charge of perjury
and also ad been accused of the
embet clement of $1200 from a min
ing concern with,. which he was con
nected. The governor based his decision
upon two points. The perjury waa
altered to have taken place about
a year ago and the governor took
the position that action ahould have
teen taken earlier If the cbatge waa
aerioua enough to canse an effort for
extradition to be made. Relative to
the alleged embexileme nt.. the gov
ernor found the records of the com
pany cleared Frame of the charge.
The 2-year-old son of Mrs, Rowley
Metcalf is very low with pneumonia.
Mr. and Mra. Ford Darrow, Charles
Palmer aad Wbeaton Huntly wife
and children visited the-tatter's par
ents at Btsytort Bund
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D0c Bouquet Jeamee, per
I uroed with one of the
most delightful ml or ever
created ........ .2 for 61c
25c Trailing Arbutus Tal
,cum, delightfully refresh
ing- for toilet or' bath,
, Saturday, April 25, 26
A delightful preparation
with a delightful odor. Re
freshing, cooling, healing.
Ona Bottlt. . ....... .-.Wc
Two Bottbi .......... 51e
THE PLAN Pay us the regular , price for any item here advertised and we will sell you another ot same kind for ONE CENT. This sale was develooed by
h the United Drug Company as an advertising plan. The C ompany sacrifices its profits and something besides, in order to get a larger distribution of its meritorious products,
y and you get the benefit No telephone orders received for items on this sale. The conditions of this sale are such that all purchases must be cash.
REXALL COLD CREAM
An antiseptic and healing
cold cream, specially rec-:
ommended for chapping
and roughness of the akin
caused by exposure to sua
and wind. : ' '
,One Jar 23e
This gale. Two Jars 20c
' REXALL TOOTH PASTE
A perfect Mentrltlce. antiseptic
and. deodorant. Cleans and
whitena the teeth. Cornea out
.flat on-lh brush. .
Standard Price One tube 25c
This Sale Two Tubes, . 26c
AMERICAN BEAUTY WATER B0TTLE
Full two-quart capacity, heavy
gauge, all-rubber red water bottle.
Standard Price One Bottle S1.BO
This Sale Two Dottlee. . . . ..$1.31
Monogram Two Quart Hot Water
, ;",. .Dottle .. . : '
SUndard Price One Dottle f 2XX
This Halo Two Dottlee. . . . . .$2.01
Fountain Syringes on display.
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8YIDOL S QUART; FOCSTAIJf
SVRIXCE ' j -
Standard Price One. , . n .
ThU Sale TmottltMdi
ALT.IA ZADA COMPLEXION POWDER
The name standi for the highest quality, being one
of the famous Alma Zada Complexion requisites.
One of the best qualifies of this complexion powder
Is that It does not "show" when used properly.
Delightfully scented with the Alma Zada odor.
. White and Fleah tlnta.
Standard Price Oae Box. . .... ........ .... . .50e
LORD BALTIMORE LINEN
A high-grade white,
ing paper. 24 sheets
of paper and 24 en
velopes to the pack
age. Standard Price, One
Package ..... .25c
This Kale Two Boxes....
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REXALL TOILET SOAP
Unexcelled in quality
(ot 10c Lathers freely
i in any water. One trial
A III nothing better for. AV '. 1
A ''F1 price.
Standard Price One Cat.. . ,,.;:!.10c
This Sale Two CjWj.Uv.i .1 W" c
SYMOND'S COCOA f
Ifa mighty hard tp "1)at
Dutch" in making Cocoa BUT
Sjrmoads Jnn Cocoa f American
process) will convince you none
finer can be found anywhere.
Standard Price One Can. . .25c
This Sale, Two Packaees . ...... , . . . . ....... 20c
GOOD STATIONERY '
60o Modern Art Papeterie 2 for 61c
35c Toyland Juvenile Papeterie. . . . . .2 for 36c '
25c Lord Baltimore Papeterie 2 for 26c
40c Cascade Pound Paper ......2 for 41cf
15c Cascade Envelopes .2 plcgs. 16c
5c Pencil Clip. .2 for 6c
5cPeii.Clip .....2 for 6c
40c Old Ifomestead Correttpondence CanU
........................... .2 for 41c
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I TOILET ARTICLES
. . .
50c Aloia'ada Corop. Powder. .... .2 for 61c
25c Violet Dulce Cold Cream (Tubes) 2 for 26c
75c Ilarmony Toilet Water, Rose. . . . .2 for 76c
;5c Harmony Toilet "Water, Lilac. . . .2 for 76c !
'75c ilarmony Toilet Water, Violet. . . .2 for 76o
50c Violet Dulce Cold Cream ..2 for 61c
50c Violet Duleo Vanishing Cream. . . ,2.for 61c
50c Bouquet Jeanice' Talcum. .2 for 81c
25c Trailing Arbutus Talcum. . ..... .2 for 26c
25c Tar Shampoo Soap. .......... . . .2 for 26c
25c Medicated Skin Soap. . ........ . .2 for 26c
,10c Eexall Toilet Soap. 2 for lie
25c Nice (a deodorant) .2 for 26c
$1.50 Bouquet Jeanice Toilet Water 2 for $1.51
f 1.50 Bouquet Jeanice Extract. ... . .2 for $1.51
75c Bouquet Jeanice Sachet Powder 2 for 76c
25c Arnica Salve, 2-oz.. .2 for 26c
25c Baby Cough Syrup, 3-oz.. ....... 2 for 26c
25c Blackberry Cordial, 2-oz.. ....... .2 for 2J5c
50c Blood Tablets, 50s. ... . . . . ; . . . . .2 for 51c
25c Carb. Witch Hazel Ointment, 2-oz. 2 for 26o
25c Carbolic Salve, 2-oz. 2 for 26c
50c Catarrh Spraj; Improved . (Liquid), 2-oz.
. j ;. . . . ... . ; ;: . . . . ... ........ .2 for c
25c Cathartic Pills, 30s. . . : .2 for 26c
$1.00 Celery and Iron Tonic, 16-oz. .2 for $1.01
25c Cold-Tablets, Special. .......... :2 for 26c
25c Corn Solvent, fe-oz. .2 for 26c
50 Eczema Ointment, 2-oz. 2 for 51c
25c Foot Bath Tablets, 30s . .2 for 26c
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25c Foot Powder. 4-oz. Paper Can. . . .2 for 26c
50c Kidney Pills, 60s. . ............. .2 for 51o
25c Ko-Ko-Kas-Kctsr-COs. i . .2 for 26c
25c Mentboline Balm, 1-oz.. ........ .2 for 26c
25c Soothing Syrup, 2-oz. : .2 for 26c
25c Tooth Paste, Improved, 2-oz .2 for 26c
15c Toothache Stopper,, 2-dr i . . .2 for 16o
25c White Liniment, 4-oz; 2 for 26c
$1.00 Wine of Cod Liver Extract, 16-oz.
......2 for $1.01
50c Perry lied Spruce and White Pine Cough
Syrup .'. 2 for 51c
25c Perry's Corn Kemedy. 2 for 26c
15c Rexall Com Solvent 2 for 16c
50c Itcxall Pile Treatment 2 for 51c
25c Rubbing Oil. . .V .2 for 26c
Regular Big Value. ........... .1 pkg. for 15c
This Sale. ................... .2 pkgf. for 16c
2"c Teaspoon. . . r:: x 2 for 26c
50c Tablespoon .2 for 51c
PLACE IN JAIL
j 1 1
Joe Liiky It Held and Joe Si-
monich It Given His
A caae before th Salem court de
relopd nnespectedlr yeiterdar for
Joe Llakjr wbn be aaddenljr became
the accueed instead of the accuser
aad waa lodsed la the countr JUL
while Joe Simoaicb. whom LUkr bal
eanad to be arrested, waa hrea h'.s
Slnvonlch la an Austrian and et a
United States citixen. He waa ar
rested when Liskr charted' -that be
bad not registered as an ailea enem.
Investigation showed that Blmoulcti
don not come under the registration
ruling and that Liskr la an alien en
emy for the reaaon that his tutarsl
Itatlon has not been completed. He
waa born In Russia but naturalised
as a citizen of Germany. Rome years
aga who waa commltteJ to the state
penitentiary and waa pardoned by .
Governor Chamberlain. Previously
he had petitioned for naturalization
and ainee the declaration of war baa
claimed thai hia naturalization bad
ben compMed. baling the claim on
the pardon signed by Chamberlain.
Usky baa claimed to be a bolder oi
liberty bonds, but this Is proven to
be untrue. He Is being bald pending
action of federal authorities. Lliky
Is past CO years old and 81 mono b Is
Note This ware la the new -Par Plate" June
pattern, and la guaranteed for 10 years by the
Oneida Community Company, Ltd. '
50c Forks .2 for 61o ' j
70c Embossed Medium Knives 2 for 71c A
CASCADE TOUTING PAPER
BY THE P0UND
The wise correspond
. dent discovered long
ago that it la a waste
of money to buy writ- '
Ing paper . In other
Some of the very wis
est of the wise ones
also discovered' It a
cents for' what they could obtain here for 40c per
pound regular. .
.....Two for die
A highly concentrated, cleansing .
shampoo. A few drop make a de
lightful thick foam which cleans
the hair' and scalp thoroughly.
Leaves the hair soft and glossy
and free from stickiness. Daintily
KtAJMlard Price One Bottle. . . .SO
Tbla Sale, Two Bottle. .Sic
HARMONY TOILET WATER
It has a delicate and flowery frag
ranee that will always hold its popu
larity. The perfumer has skilfully
caught and held ' the odpr ot the
Rose. Violet Or Lilac.
Standard Price One Bottle 73c
Thia Hale Two BoUlea .78c
10c Tooth Brush, Holder 2 for lie
5c Stork Nipple... 2 for 6c
25c Sjmonds Inn Cocoa, -lbs.. . . . . .2 for 26c - A
WV. KJJ MU4 V . .......... W WW
40c Symonds Inn Letnon .2 for 41c
25c Powder Puff. 2 for 26c
25c Tooth Brush 2 for 26c
Boston Safety Raior. . . . .'.2 for 11c
Durham Duplex Demonstrators 2 for 26o
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H easy Notes of State
Portland 8100 ton steamship
Westgate. built by Columbia River
Shipbuilding corporation, checked up
by roveenroent inspectors and gear..
complete la every detail, first steel
ship yet laid down to fulfill require
ments without additional Inspections.
Hood River Pacific Power -ft
Light company spans Columbia with
cable bringing White Salmon power
to Oregon aide, completing Improve
ment started last summer and In
suring continuous service.
Avtdrla Crown Willamette Paper
company extending McGregor Malone
railroad Into Tounxa river district
for sprnce. '
Clatskanie Portland capitalists
buy 6500 acres of Columbia liver
bottom land near here for $200,000.
Oregon claims the record for -greatest
speed In launching ships
under rovemment contract.
Waldport to build a $12,000 water,
Lane -countr farmer planting
lightly for fear of labor shortage.
April 10 to Si. boys between 1S
and 21 will be enrolled for'fnn- v
jabor. "- n. . i
Marsh field Anvil Mountain, mint
will be roplated to xUaln ' melyb
denite ore. a metal worth $5.50 a
pound. $1000 road has been built
to mine. v. ., ;v . .
Portland Six modern ships
launched here last week. . i ;
Salem Salaries state employes
raised $25,000 a year. ; . . -.
State bank deposits $114,591,101.
Portland Federal labor officials
report that work at good wages goes .
begging while 2000 idle me & thy
past the Jobs offered. - -
Toppehlsh (Wash.) Review: More
la beiasr demanded of work horses
under war conditions than ever be-
-fore. Owners of horseflesh will find
that proper treatment of the ' anl- -ma!;
with sufficient food and water
and comfortable stable quarters will
pay in dollars and cents.
Reedsport Lumber company's new
mill about ready for operation.
Florence 8. - P. company ordered
to rebuild county road between Cush
raan and Maleton.
Cold Peach-Contract for construc
tion of five miles of new road la
Floras crec district let for $12.44r..
1 Milton 20.000 bushel elevator to
be erected here. Croupd broken.
Stanfield 140 acre ranch on the
Meadowa sold for $20,000.
Toledo The Thorsen-Hlndrlckseti '
LumUer Vdmparjy cutting railrosd
lumber for use ion new railroad O
somce belt. I Mill to put on two. '
Brownsville Canning company re
ceive biggest order. Pros nevU for
most successful season in hlitorr
bright and figures show scope of
. Rogue Rlver Seaborg eanneiy to
be operated. ; New " Interests take
811 vert on After having suspend-
ed buslnesa for several mouths vend
ing construction ot more railroads
Into- logging camps and numeroni
Improvements at mills. Stiver Falls
Timber- company resumed work
Roseburg Green Canning pun;
to start season In few dara.
Joseph Wallowa lake sttclod'
with 5000 blneback salmon.
Union ' SCO acres Sunnvbrook -farm
near here aold for $20,000.
- Toledo Construction work on
railroad from here to Lower diets.
Tidewater Xew Industry starte-I.
Dryer established for drying fox
West Yaclna Rrewer mill ope
rating full time. Capacity of plant
35.000 feet per day. i,
The Dalles Co-operative Elevator
company lefk contract for construc
tion of a 50,000 bushel concrete
grain elerator, cost $25,000. r
KLENZO TAR SHAMPOO SOAP
SUncUrd Piict One Tills Sale Two Calcei
"The Lord knows how Dinks made
his money." " I '
"No wonder he always looks wor
ried." St- Louis Globe Democrat-
C ASTO R I A
for Infants, and ChBdrea
In Use For Over 30 Years
115 Se Commercial St.
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This Sale, Two Cans. .2Cc
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