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Tire OREGON STATESMAN: SATURDAY, JANUARY 17. 1020.
ni? f n tv a no
Commission Expects to Begin
Operation Under New
Legislation rilling mi t the program
of the."" stale Industrial accident com
mission, which was given by Gover
nor Olcott an the primary reason for
trailing a, special session, was passed
by the fen ate in" the form of three
bills, listed on the calendar' as Hous
Bills 1. 2 and Z. The bills go at
once to the governor for his signa
ture and the commission expects to
begin operating under the new com
pensation today. The bills carry
These are three companion bills
relating to the workmen's compen
Rig Increase Provided
One of the bills provide for a flat
Increase of 30 per cent on all com
pensation benefits to be paid by the
industrial accident commission from
December I, 1&19. to June 30'1921.
This increase will apply -to the in
jured worker who Is being paid for
temporary" time loss, asweU'4s tfcose
t I I I M t I I Hit
This Is a Problem That Con
fronts Us All
Charter So. 3405 Reserve District No. 11
RRPCItT OF THK OXWTION OF TIIK CAPITAL NATIONAL BANK
At alem. In the state of Oregon at the close of business
i4 on December 31, 1919.
a. Loans and discounts. Including'' redis
counts. 4exetpt those shown in b and c) I3S8.44I.0S
secured, none; unsecured.
S. deposits (par
5. V.. H. SuHUe owned:
Deposited to Secure circulation (U. 8
bond par value)
b. Pledeed to secure U
c nedgod to secure postal savings deposiU
, (par value) 1S.000.00
- d. Pledged as collateral for State or; other
: deposits or bills payable .. .
, t. Owned and unpledged ........ 1 ...... .
Total U. S. Government securities ....
0. Other bond, securities, etc.: """
" Total bonds, securities, etc., other than
c. s. i. .-.
S. Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent
9, 'a. Value ot banking house, owned and un-
10. Furniture and fixtures ..... .'.-- ........ .
11; JleaJ estate ' owned other than banking house
12,. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank
H. Cash in' vault and net amounts due from na-
17. Checks on other banks in the same city or
, town as reporting bank (other than Item
Total of Items 13. 14, 15, 16, and 17..
. ' ' (This amount is not to be extended.)
18. Checks on banks located outside of city or
town v of reporting bank and other cash
19. Redemption fund with U. S.-Treasurer and
. due from U. S. Treasurer
20. Interest - earned but not collected approxi
. i mate-on Notea and Bills Rcclevable not
r . .... . .
Whether you are young or old.
rich or poor, the question of "who
should wear glasses" - is ' one that
touches you very closely, '
They who f'refuse to be bored 'by j
learning anything about .their eyes,
simply because, their vision seems to:
be good, are taking the. most serious
risk with their; most precious facul
ty. Na One can afford to lose good
visionbut it often Is lost solely by
teason of. that .neglect which arises
from lack, of appreciation of the Im
portance of care of the eyes.
Those who cannot see clearly need
no warning to take care of their eyes.
Out the human eye Ism long suffer
ing servant, which never tries to
avoid work which it can accomplish,
even by extreme difficulty, and hence
it is very apt to create c false im
pression of greater power than It
l ea My possesses.
These people have bad vision with
out realizing it, they can see clearly,
but do not understand what a terri
ble strain the eyes are having to
achieve this desirable result. This
condition is called Eye-strain, and it
results In severe, headaches and
You may get your sight in a sim
ilar' fashion! You cannot prove
whether you do or not unless you
have your .eyes scientifically tested.
The only evidence you have of eye
I defects may be In the form of head
ache. ' ' :
We can tell you. scientifically
whether your .eyes need help or. not.
We can ascertain whether your vi
sion is good or bad in the sense of
how it is obtained, whether at cost
ot undue effort or not.
The method ot Sight-Testing em
ployed by us Is a thoroughly scientif
ic process by which the exact condi
tion of the eyes can be established.
and corrective glasses, if necessary.
can be furnished. Your optical de
fects ot -vision can, In this way, be
If your eyes heed attention see Dr.
L. Hall Wilson. Eyesight Specialist,
210-211 U. S. National Bank building.
iraoi ubc. ..............
21. Other assets., if any . . . . '.
22. Capital stock paid in .......... . ... ......
28. surplus fund .v:;.v. ;.;.. i.;;...... - ' -' " '
2 4 a.. Undivided profits ............. . 6 33,3 86.6 9
- b. Less current expenses.' Interest, and' taxes
28 Circulating notes outstanding . . . . . . .... .. . "
dO.'lNet amounts due. to National banks .;....
31. Net amounts due' to banks, bankers, and
trust companies -(other than: Included in
Items 29 or 30) ...Vs. .
32. Certified checks outstanding ............
S3, Cashier's checks on .own bank outstanding..
Total of Items' 30, 31, 32 and 32..,.,
- (Tbls'.amount is -not to be extended.)
, Demand deposits, (other thaa bank deposits)
subject to Reserve (deposits payable, wlth
in 30 days):
34. " Individual deposits subject to check ..... .
3 5. Certificates of deposit due , in less than - 30
days (other than for money borrowed) . .
36. State, county, or other municipal deposits
secured by pledge of assets of this bank. .
Dividends unpaid ... .'. ... . .
Total of demand deposits (other-than
bank deposits) subject to Reserve Items
34, 35, 36, 37. 38 and 39
, (This amount is. not to.be extended)
, Time deposits subject to Reserve (payable
after 30 days, or subject to 30 days or
more notice, and-postal savings):-.
40. Certificates of deposit (other than for mon
ey borrowed ) ...........
Postal savings deposits
Other time deposits .............. .
Total of time deposits subject to Re
serve, items 40, 41, 42, and 43 ...... .,
, (This amount is not to be extended)
44. United . Mates deposits (other ; than postal
States deposits, including
S. disbursing -officers
deposits ot U.
who are Ming paid ror permaneni
5.000 00 i and permanent nartlal disability. It
I - . ' ' a - . . I J ,
iso "Win appiy to ine wiuows uu
children who are drawing compen
sation benefits during this period
The bill does not affect the rates
for contribution to the industrial -ac
cident fund by the employers or em
ployes of. the state, as the present,
rates are considered ample ,to take
care- of the emergency payments.
" Fund to Aid Cripple
The second fund creates a rehabil
Ration fund to he used by the indus
trial accident commission for the vo
cational rehabilitation': of men and
I women who are seriously Injured Id
The bill directs the state treasurer
to transfer 1 100,000 from the indus
trial accident fund to the rehabil it a
tion fund and provide further that
2 per cent of the total monthly
receipts of the commission shall go
into this fund
This fund will be used by the com
mission to retrain or re-educate men
and women who have been so ser
iously crippled that they are unable
to follow their usual vocations. The
purpose is to assist these cripples in
preparing to become self-supporting
in spite of their handicap
' Provision is made in the bill that
Injured workers may be admitted to
the vocational departments of the
public schools or the state school for
the blind and the state school for the
deaf upon application of the commis
sion. The commission will pay their
The third bill merely returns to
the industrial accident fund the 1.40.
000 which was -set aside by the act
of the last legislature for the build
ing and equipping of a reconstruc
tion hospital. It was intended to es
tablish this hospital in Portland
but the enabling act. which was sub
mitted to the people at the special
election in June.' 1919. was defeated.
; Of the total' loans and discounts shown above, the amount on which
interest and discount vm charged at rates in excess of thone per
mitted by law (Sec 3197, Iter. Stat.) (exclusive of notea upon
. "which total charge not to exceed SO cents was made) was f .
The number of such loans was .
State of Oregon. County of Marion, ss: 7
I, Jos. II. Albert, cashier of the above-named, bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and' belief.
Jos. II; Albert, Cashier.
Correct Attest: B. J. Miles.
C E.M. Croisan,
' J. II. Albert. '
. ' ' 1 Directors.
Subscribed' and sworn to before me this 13 day of Jan., 1920. ,
' t . ;- Paul V. Johnson. Notary Public.
. ' - . . (My commission expires Jan. 8; 1921.)
MONEY .CANNOT BUY ANY
E. D. Grappe. a leading merchant i
of St. Maurice, La., writes: "For a
cathartic 1 especially recommend I
Foley's Cathartic Tablets, knowing
as I do that money cannot buy any j
better." They act promptly, without!
pain or nausea. They clear the bow
clr, sweetea the stomach and tone
np the liver. Not habit forming. J.
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Is Brimfull of Tood ,vIuo 4ad delidotiaiiesiki f'
........... ... - - .. ? -., V ttJ-. s
It's Sdentifically,aad BanitfjUy JImjSa
Bm-RITE BAKING CO.
This Repair Directory gives tho principal places who
an article can be repaired and snould be preserved , la
every home as a ready guide.;
teed. 45 years exxper-
em Fence and
2S0 Court tS.
4 Q EORGE C. WILL
Repairs all Makes
ot Sewing Machines
Supplies. C Needles,
r 1 Phone 159
j &2 State 'Street, Salem, Oregon
333 Court St. Phone 409
i r ;.,
M Real Barg'aiiis
In Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, If Yon Are Interested 'in Makmj a Paying InTejtment,Bny ETeryttiag
Now at The People's Cash Store. You Will Find it the Best Inrestment Yon E?er Made.
Crown flour, per sack $320
Hard wheat flour . . . v. $2.90
Valley flour $2.75
Rolled oats, 1 sack 70o
Corn Meal, 1 sack 60c
Colored Beans 13 pounds .$lj00
Lima Beans, 1 pound 19c
Creamery butter pound. -.67c
COFFEE, TEA, COCOA
Coffee in bulk: : At .33c
Reliance, very best, 1 pound .47c
3 pounds.-.. .$153
Selecto 1 pound a. 42c
3 pounds. . .V t . , $150
M. J. B., 1 pound 53c
3 pounds. $1x6
English breakfast tea, lb 35c
Gunpowder tea, 1 pound 50c
Upton's tea, 1 pound ... 85c
H pound. .3c
M pounds 22c
Cocoa in bulk , . .32c
LARD, OIL, GREASE
Is advancing. Best Swift i lard in
6 pounds disco. .$2.18
3 pounds Crisco $1.10
No. 8 Cottolene $2.65
No. 4 Cottolene $1.35
Best Cooking Oil, gallon ....$2.10
' CANNED. GOODS
Milk, peas, string beans, standard to
matoes, clams,' salmon, No. 2 pork and .
beans '. 14c
Saner Kraut, large cans 11c
Catsup, full pint 23c
1 pint jar mustard 23c
Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil nuts
3 packages Corn Hakes 25c
2 Arm & Hammer Soda ..13c
2 Sardines. 13c
Do you know. The future sugar price.' v
Hurry and buy syrup.
. Karo light No. 10.'.'. ..$1X9
Karo light No. 5. 53c
Karo, dark, No. 10... -.99c
Karo dark. No. 5., ;.52c
Marshmallow syrup, No. 10 $157
Mars hm allow syrup No. 5 63d
10 bar white..... 60c
10 bars yellow 50c
10 bars woolen foap 70c
Naptha, Light House Cleanser
15 Ounce 5c
1000 cans Mixed at 10c per can
Double Hie blanket, : 64x70 .$2X3
Double" size blanket, 72x80, ..... $23
Australian woolen nap, double size, CGx
74 .. .$4.73
VBest 'double size comforters,: pare cot-
Double size comfort............. $2.43
4 pound stitched'eotton bedding. .$L93
Ladies Hose, Black, white -and brown
....... .:.........-... .25c
Ladies Heavy Hose, black only. ?. .15c
Misses Flannellette Crowns $1.43
YARDS 10,000 YARDS
f Bleached and unbleached at a big bar-
'gain for sale
MEN'S CLOTHING .
200 Men's OvercoaU . .$63 up
200 Suits for sale. . . . .. ... .$3.83 up
Big clearing sale in men's sweaters,4
overalls, work shirts, heavy woolen
socks .33c up
!b co no m y
C L E A RA
Thousands of Bargains in Etery line. Don't Miss a Chance That You Get Very Seldom at the Present Tune.
Shoe counters contain the following with 50 per cent reduction:
Men's Dress and working Shoes ;
Ladies' Shoes of all kinds;
Children's Shoes, Tennis Slippers;
Rubbers of all kinds, also baby shoes.
REMNANT COUNTERS with enormous bargains. Sample
goods counters of Ladies' Woolen Sweaters, underwear, under
skirts, aprons, dresses and others.
CROCKERY, GLASS, GRANITBWARE
Cups, Saucers, 1 pair... J0
19-quart Galvanized Pail 37c
O. N. T. spool cotton thread, all sues and colors c
$1.00 brooms 60c
Double Coupon for Saturday Only
We deliver free as usual with purchase of $1 or more
PRICES WILL ADVANCE
These Prices Guaranteed at Both Stores
We are expecting another
large shipment of government
bacon, which we will sell at
the former price of 29c per
Dress Goods Special See our
window display of dress goods
at 98c per yard. Saturday and
phone rl , TjV " .
North CommerciaL Phones 453, 460
State Street, Phone 1799