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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1920)
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POLITICAL GOSSIP OF
STATE AND LOCALITY
a eandidute for re-nominal Ion by the
lUpnollraii party. The slogan whieh
Jrerved him thnua.h previous eali
I palpus, -xo iniereff to serve but
, the public iniereris." will again ip
, pear aTler his name on the ballot.
! fipuamr Juiiar. Hurley, who ltJ
' reprsenTe-l Crant. Harney and Mal
heur o duties in the Ktae senate at
.two regular and one special pension
l'or the legislature, ami who is a ta.i
il'vLite lot renointnutton will h;.v-
; rpsftio:i CUarlt-s V VdHs has
land, for presidential elector.
W. P. I,afferty KepuMican of for
vallitt. for representative In the lr
ilatnr front the loth representative
Mi! I.i id K, Hard est r. It.publinn
of Seaside, for representative In the
leiflalore from the lStn district.
IjuysA M. t'.rahani, Forest (irove.
candidate for the Republican nom
ination for Kenrewenialfr from the
1th representative district.
Alfred K. -t ia wson. Jomp1i. Ore
1 XCUSE MY DUST
the r.Telpts in "he corporation fie
partment and quit operating In tee
Into the runrtina aBd Mr. joamlidate for ihe Republican :ioin- ''PPI to be local d
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r - -. . ...... iuH uu '( ami lu.tttr mr iiie nrpuuiirso ;ioin
Ksi.jj tiUT;Ly f il. d with the net re- j (nation for district attorney for Wal
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" " .'.-vv iiier MmillALtiMi Ul lil HlWfl foil fl IV
S. K. Molcomb of Portland filed
as a candidate for delegate to th.
es- j IK-ru.xrrativ coovention.
W r il-.t,w VT lention a a i.inlirti.te. His home i
t. C. lluwley of Salem, reprten- at Iturnc.
inr i uregon uutrU-t in r..er randidaUs
conareHH yesterday filed with (he teida, -re:
LL. uiaratiou as: A,, y. (jrge. Republican of ror,- 1 1 Hill
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f- -j. yr J&z$.
At lh?s season of t lie year when
fresh vegetables are m hifh many
persc& suffer from demnfed diges
tion. If you feel dull and sluggish,
or If you suspect Indigestion or con
stipation you will fesl better tomor
row if you take a Foley Cathartic
TaMet tonight. Tliy banish bilious
ness and headache. J. C. Perry.
Ten-Hour Law Means Just
What Is Says, Avers Brown
in mi ie
JESSE L. LAS KY presents
y AL H MM
' founded on J M BARR!E"S FAMOUS PLAV
mc MUMlKAbLt CRICHTON"
Adapted Par the screen by JEAN IE MacPHERSON
The state law piohihitinR the m
tioymerit of men in miiis or factor
ies moi than 10 hours in any one
day, exeji that they, may work
th:ee hours overtime at a pay rate
of time and a hslf. means exactly
what ft snys and permits of no de
viation by employing men at niece
This is the opinion of Attorccv
('eneral Hrown in reply to tnguiry
from t'. H. Gram, labor commission
er, enclosing: a letter from Th-mui
McCitkar. feecretary-nianager of th
uvuumt Association or Oregon.
The law in question is chapter 102.
lams r." f?.
Mr. McCuskcr. in his letter to Mr.
Cram. Kiplalc that h.) has oewn
asked by a member of the associa
tion, who desires on occasion to
work in excess or ten hours, whether
the rate for piece work would Have
to be baed on time and a half nie
overtime is put In. or whether a
btraiftbt contract lo do piece work at
o much a piece would come ander
the provtilons of the act.
The attorney general says no ex
cept ion is made for piece work.
Nabs Two Violators of Law
Two men named Julian and Hub
erts were nabbed in their offices In
the Portland Chamber of Commer
bulldia TburVay by H. J. Schnlder
man. state corporation commissioner
M ho haltefl them In a career of dis-P-Ming
of land and stock in violation
of the Orepon bine sky law. At
gents of the Mexican Land torn
Pa"v the men were carrying uux a
scheme of selling land In 20-acre
tracts and giving with it 200 shares
of stock in the A?tec Oil company.
Mr. Sehalderman htiA
agents were innocent or any Intent
to violate th law nH w.r. .n...
to go upon promising to return mon-
j receivea from nnrrhiur. ri
Choice Quality Illinois and Iowa Corn Fatted
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m Tc, 2Uc and j5c
choice, boned fP 0 fo) ITl UTRfc (file
STEER BRISKET lUUllllllUfilO) lii)EEf felUi
U. S. GOVERN M ENT-1 NS PECTED
PLATE OR NECK
ITEJJSLpFF BROS., "ARKET
r I .-.. I - . - """""i
COURT AND LIRFRTV CTDrirr,.
PHONE 1S2in RflVcuii- AB..
TO SELL BONDS
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Highway Commission Re
quests Big Batch to Match
Fcr the constroctioa of pot and
forest roads tho state highway roti.
mifsion has re.iaefted the state
board it control to it r.ho ot"i
or the stat j Lighway bonds to meet
lid frcro the federal government un
der the co-operative federal aid law
enacteu at the special session of ihe
Tiie highway commission hsa re
qnesled that a blocl: of 1.000.Coi
be sold at this time and the remain-
"r at the request or the commis
sion. I'nder the original Bean-Barrett
ict. authorising the Issue or f l.HO'J.
000 ttje board already has istud
tl. 200.000. which with the amount
uow requested by the rommission
totals 13.700.000. I'nder tk act or
the special session the state is tb'e
to match anv amount that mar t
made available from the govein-
ment. Under the Bean-Barrett act
the amount was limited to SI. SOU.
000 ss interpreted by the supreme
Portland Plans to
Reduce Six Cent Fare
PORTLAND. Or. M-rrh -c
Plans for bringing about a reduction
m local street ear rarea to a point
below the present mark of six reals
were discussed at a conference
tween members of the city council
and member of th iat nutiitu r.
vice commission. TTie nrooosals ad
vanced mainly contemplated the re
moval of certain fixed charges now
made by the mnaicieslitv iriinn
the street ear company, and also the
Bubmlssfon to vote of the people :t
'h question of purchase of the ear
tracks by the city. It was arranged
that members or the city council
will go to SaJem April 5 anu Inspect
data on the street car situation
which were gathered by a paltie ser
vice commission lo Its recent Inves
tigation of the fare question.
Snow In Northwest
Oregon 14 Inches Deep
PORTLAND. Or- Uareb t. Be
cause of the depth of snow falling In
the hills of western Oregon and
Washington fine the middle of this
week several togging camps have
teen compelled to close down and
ft will be the first of next week be
fore logging operations can b re
sumed. aCCOrdinr In rannrl. r.K-
tng her today. Reports from six
typical logging camp which In tho
rgregate hive produced 1.50 0.0 00
feet or logs dally since th first of
January dlsclos th prevailing
weathir conditions In th woods.
In th Virlntfv n r'yu.t...-
. - - v vwyiiu inn
Timber, Ore., operations have been
ioppa oecause or. there being ftoru
1, of "ow. A camp near
Yacolt, Uaah., has eight Inches ot
Snow and on, at lfM. r
Inches of snow.
SfLVERTON. Or Mar K c
c,' to Th Statesman) A number
of Trinity people met at the horn
Of Rev. Oeorr Ilanri o .. .
afternoon and motored to the home
cawia ana Miss Ella Svarrart
and gave them a surprise. Mr. and
fu Svanrtrl re recenUy from
Millard Sinclair a. O . r ....
dftit. spent the first of the week t
SUverton as the guest of the ll. J.
t Mr.tsd Mri. Austin Raatman and
rs. uiimiB i mother. Mrs. E. Uun
urrson. nave gone to California
-r iaey win remain for few
- ine, Jensen of Portland is
r motnera hom for a short va
-5!;.?rM.,,t,,rlko Pnt a
i MK at Seattle.
l! J1.mml.BK"n "Jnt the wek
M":iun T,n1td was at Salem
wuuay ana Tuesday.
Spad Price Rise With
mm m -
Very Limited Supply
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f 01 Si I 1 fkst& .
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WA V . w - --w a uvi
-a-.-. v Kfr" ma ft roaita
ora ' lLZUl I"'
inm- .a j 7 , na unutuaMy
low. and dealers declared it doublfri
IT enough could be obtained at any
. - r Mm a aiiauie.
Briefs to Be Submitted
Concerning Daly Estate
ubject to the inheritance tax of
IiTk.! " o Pending
w ft t t0rBer CB, Brow". "ho
will not pass on the question until
briefs are submittal k .v ... "
, ,j iuo aiior
neys for th estate.
Practlcallr all r .u-
amounting to $700,000. w.. i"n T to
he poor children of Lake co"B ?
for the purpos of educating them
ta the acheola r r- ... lr
rByrn n m n rn rn
Another of those interesting and great saving events
for Saturday we have gone the limit. Note the
prices: They spell economy
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
TOMATOES AND PEAS
No. 10 Site
Cant Sptdil ..
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Rt-alu- 52c. 3 jxrasdi AiU
BEST CATSUP orfc
TU Bctllt ...ZUC
f poaadi for yiC
PUBS LAD Brinf 0
Yoor Piilt, per pooad Q,C
Th Poniui JJq
BAUXE KEATJT - -
pccBd ca at 1(JC
AJLMOTJE'S U. 8. GOVEEN. m
MENT BACON, poard. ..JC
In Balk, 3 pounds for.
TEA, per pound
SptCill tl .5 9c
UPTON'S TEA ' gLL'
Special per potmd OuC
FISHEE'8 BEST HABO to Or?
WHEAT FLOTJB, Sack. . . . IpO.Zb
VALLEY HABB WHEAT
Special, rack . . . .
8 Pradi iptC.VD
C BIS CO
5 p".dj 5i.yo
3 pounds 99C
LADIES' COLOBED HOSE
Begnlar 75c... .7.
Shoes, Underwear, Hosiery.Dress Goods.Etc.
a-OC Hearj OrtxlU War DOC
LADIES' UNDEBWEAB rt
UNION BUTTS, rtfular $150 OOC
LA BOSE COESETS rHra
Broken lixea, regular C00. . . j.48
WOOL VOILES, BBOWN jm
NAVY, reralar X00.. f 4C
MEN'S 8HIBT8 and
DRAWERS, rt&-olar 11.23.
t mni ttM
vx-ai& n m
R4Tilar 75c J24C
IS?5 ' MISSES'' CHIDREN'S
HOSE, UNDERWEAR, ETC," AT
SHOES at a CLEAR-A-WAY
LADIES' TWO TONE
SHOES, regular $70. .
MEirs WORK SHOES
LADIES' PUMPS and k -
OXPOBDS. regular $5.00 $6.1 8
LADIES' LISLE HOSE
Befular 75c pair
On to Customer
REP SILK In AH
SHADES, a yard.
SAVE YOUR PREMIUM TICKETS,
THEY ARE WORTH MONEY
VISIT OUR ECONOMY
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