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SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1C, 1921
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Land Board Attempts
to Rejuvenate State Fi
opened cn $250,600 rural credits 1f ITrlFini A Ti A PIM
bonds. All bids were below par. I III I KI A KASIIM
and the state treasurer offered toi VVuUlflliiift.lilUll 1
take the Issue as an investment '
for the ' industrial accident fund ,
same were sold to him at
Par Hid Ueceived
'On May. 22. 1317. bids were
opened. on "1300. 000 Issue, but of
fers were made on only $200,000.
the three. Salem banks taking!
5100.000 and the state treasurer!
An effort to rejuvenate Oregon j $100,000. all at par. t
rural credit loan, will be madei "For the reason that the board j
7 me siaie iana ooara Dy oner- wa, ..nahu lo secure nar l.idsi
Irrigation System Will Fur
nish Water for 1,753,
000 Acres I
saie ISWU.VWU in rural ! f..r .,, on! r. last issn.. of twifliU
per Cent bonds. After i and on 'jm.iinl of the Her rent
nmall numlMr of loans had been hoans rnade j,y ,h(. federal land
made under the rural credits act Lank, -'together with the limited
In mi y its activity ceased be-jdPmiln1 for money. at the time,
cause tfUhe peratlon of theu wa9 ,houKht best not to off-r
federal farm loan act has. been -nv Ant. in of ih S4r.it-
srOKANK. Wash.. Jan 13 j
Additional investigation by the j
state Columbia survey commis- j
look for the German communist
party to carry the German prole
tariat to victory."
To th;s there came an outcry:
"The French are Mopping you!"
Deputy Graziadei. in addressing
the congress said:
"Never was capital so well unit-'t
ed internationally as it is today, j
We must-decide lietween national!
and international socialism. Only
with a united front can we over
come the international army which
Will be used to crush us,"
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
Dy GENE BYRNES
I 'our lVrons
15. Four per-
called -into question and is now
pending before the United States;
supreme court. - How successful
, the board's efforts will lie li a
. 'matter for conjecture because the
' rural credit bonds carry only
- 1 per cent Interest rate.
George C. IJrown, clerk of the
... mate land board, commenting cn
, the situation, says:
"On April 17. 1$17. bids were
Mountain Balm Cough
i Remedy -..
Is on sale at the following
places In Salem
i. C. Perry Drug store
Tyler Drug store
Brewer Drug store . .
Woolpert's Drug stor'e;
C. M. Lock wood -
J. M. Ogle
Otto Maier !
Ceo. Etoner ' . ,'" :
Ward K. Richardson
It. E. Goodman
Redaway's Store ;
J. B. Cooley ; -
L. Nelson . f
Polsal ft Shaw ;
C. M. Epply i , i
Bert Hardison i
A. W. Lane !
II. L, Schroder
J. N. Ingland ..
C. A. Demasters. West Salem
and at Residence. 1087 South
Commercial street. .
000 already issued.!
"However, the constitutionality ; cenceriiin; it
of the federal farm loan act ha v-j 'r Expressing.- "high commenda
ing been called Into question, the j tion" of the result! so lar accom-
case now being before the I nite.1 1 p'ished at an expense of less than
Slates supreme court for decision.) 6 cents jer acre, the board's re
and the further fact that prac'H port declares that "these results
cally the entire $7,000,000 chiwl j however are of a very prelinvin
fund" Is in first mortgage loans. , ary nature and a large amount of
the board has thought best to . aodiMcnal sfidv. survey work and
at this time offer for sale $3oo,- rostIv u.st pit ul drill work will
000 4 per cent rural credits bond. , bf imperative before dependable
Good Bid" I Hope j tcs-t estimates of the Columbia
"The last Issue of 4 "a per cent . basin project ran be made.
highway bonds was sold at $30.. 1.
and i per cent bonds cannot bj
expected to bring as high a price
as 4' per cent bends, and it will
therefore be necessary for the
board to receive very favorable
bids- as money derived from the
sale of these bonds cannot be
loaned at a high rate of interest.
"The federal land bank offic
ials are expecting a decision from
sion of the Columbia basin irri-j sjons were wounded, one seriously.
vr.Uou project is recommended by i n a clash today between security
the" board of review of the! police and communists in L'nter
United 'States reclamation service pen Linden, when reds attempted
in its report made public here to-jto form a parade in connection
day, a ccpy of which has been . with the second anniversary of the
sent bv the commission to Gov- ;j killing of lr. Karl Liebknecht and
-rnor Hart alone with a ptatemen:
bv the commission
: I Roa Luxemburg.
broke tip the
..LONDON". Jan. 13 A dispatch
from Berlin says the fight be- 1
tween the communists and police j
toiioweu speecnes jn wnicn u was
advocated the overthrow ofthe
government. Six thousand per
sons n procession broke through j
the police cordon but fled in panic
when shots were fired from the
Soldier's Funeral to be
Held in Salem Monday
the United States supreme court
during the present month, the
1 case baring been argued in Oct
ober. 1920. Should this decision
. be- favorable, the vast resources
tor that department, leaned on a
5 per cent basis will be immedi-
ately available, mhich will mater
ially affect the demand for state
The survey board in its report
takes exception to some of ih
cost figures arrived at by the
commission in its report to Gov
ernor Hart, submitted some time
azo, and estimates the cort of a
great system of. irrigating 1.733.- The body c f Clair L. Blodgett
(00 acres from the Pcnd O'rllle I arrived in Salem at 4 o'clock on
river will be 9 per cent higher I Saturday afternoon from France
titan .the commission has figured. ! The funeral services will be held
or $17 Or more an acre instead ' at 11:30 Monday from the par
of $171 as estimated by the com-1 lors c-f Webb & Clough. Inter.
mission. ' ment will be in City view ceme-
On the other hand, the review i terv
The' name Mistland. .by -whicft
brand the Oregon Growers Co
operative is selling Oregon prunes
In New York city, seems to be
quite a farorite. Now we have
in Sajem a Mistland gun club, a
Mistland bakery and even a Mist-
oard finds the cost of a dam in
he Columbia river at Grand Cou-
ee. to Irrigate 1,402.000 acres.
would be $1C4 or more an acre.
or a, jer ce.nt less than estimat
ed by the commission. ... -
In its statement the commute?
declares that 10 H days were
spent by the board in its investi
gation of the counni.sion' work,
to which 20 months were devoted.
The board of review, it is stated.
pent but five hours in the com-
miysion's office, and had only 10
days for its Inspection trip over
the project.. "
UNCLE SAM KNOCKS .
THE H. C. OF L.
Buy Army Goods and save. New store
New Goods- New Low Prices. Don't for-'
get the address
456 STAfE ST.
Opposite Bligh Theatre
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Mr. Blodgett was born in Wis
consin, July 2, 1895. He enlist
ed in the I service and became a
member of the 1S22 Areo-Squad-ron.
He died in France April
25. 1919. He is surv'ved by his
mother and father. Rev. Mr. and
Mrs. W. N. Blodgett of Salem and
Emery N. Blodgett. it Ptrtland;
one sister. Mrs. J. Shepard of
Portland, and his former wife,
Mrs. L. Lee and daughter Charity.
Mr. Blodgett was. before his
enlistment, an employe of The
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I THrVT JOB V WHO ALWAYS
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many, oi wnoin tive bnen ldl
tlrre Ih ilauti rlose.i fJe.-omlm.
Auto Goes Into Gulch 2I- nfC-lfw nM-
DAYTO, Ore.. Jan.13. W. D.
Burlingham 53. nianaser and part
owner of the Dayton Box and
Lumber company, v.-as killed al
most instantly tonirht when be
lr.vi his automnliile through t
railing f a bridse. over a rtii b j
at the Dayton city limit and
dropped with the machine 60 fett.
Mr. Burlingham was pinnd un
derneath the car. He died Trcm
injuries about the bead. The
cauye of the accident lias not b-en
was , lirlviut;
DETROIT. Jan. 13 Ditribu
ti:m of nior- than $7.000. '0 in
cash bo!tiis to its cmploje will
il s'Drte.i ,y the I'ord Motor
t company Jnr lary 17. it was an
; notincej today.
; More- than ... fnV uorker.
Two of the most homelike ho
tels In Portland, located in the
heart of tbe shopping and thea
ter district. All Oregon Elec
tric trains stop at the". Seward
Hotel, lite II"U" of t1eer. Ex
cellent dinin; room in connec
tion. T1j Hotel Uomeliu the
l!ou-r t.f Welcome, Is only two
thoit blocks from the Seward.
Our brown busses meet all
trains. Ratr tiJM mntl op.
W. C. CULBERTSON. Prop. -
priations not authorized under ex
Representative Mondel. Repub
lican leader, charged that Mr.
Snyder "was leading a post-mortem
ifight on the budget."
The power to draw up all ap
propriation , bills. Mr. Mondcll
said, was given to one committee
in the interests of economy and
made an address, but Wilhelm
Dittmann. former vice-president
of the German reichstaz. was dot
permitted to do so. Dittmann
name was received with eat calls.
"The good of a parly is not al
ways in union." Herr Levy said.
Sunday Blue Laws Are
WASHINGTON. Jan. 15. Sun
day blue laws are described as
encroachment of civil power Inlo
the spiritual realm in a memorial
adopted by the general conferencs
committee of Seventh Day Advcn-
tist made public today. Opposi-
Bounty on Rodents is
$3,109 in Marion County
During the year 1920. Marion
county paid out $3,109.90 for
bounties on gophers, moles and
vray-digger squirrels. Five cen
each for scalps of the gray-digger
squirrels is paid r.nd 10 cents lor
the moles aud go;h3rs.
The -scalps' of 129 gray-digger
squirrels, were brought into tL
office of the county clerk yester- j
"There are momonts in party! lire amendment'S
when the different elements can- Assertins that the
tion to all Sunda'v laws is de-day for bounty, and 106 gopher
jeiared particularly to proposed fnd 48 moles. For these scalps
ii.sj was paid by the county.
not go forward together. It is as
Liebknecht said when there are
two parties there is no unity. We
sap vitality and brings
about general , nervous
I sensible people con
" tinue to suffer great
pain and inconvenience
through false pridel"
Don't be Foolish'
Glasses will relieve, if
- fitted properly, and
wearing spectacles is
' bq sign of old age. Let
us relieve your head
ache by suppl yin x
glasses that will take
away the strain. Hun
dreds will testify to
Dr. Albert R. Miller
510-11 V. 8. Nafl Bank Bids
church and state was essential to
the country's" well being, the me
morial declared that: failure to
recognize this distinction had
been the primary cause of relig
ious persecutions. Tbe presenU miiu
strong organized effort", tct. IT
24,000,000 Feet Oregon
Fir and Cedar is Sold
PORTLAND. Jan. 13. A stand
cure blue law enactment?, it add
ed, "are destructive ' to chnrc?i
and state, however innocent they
may appear and If successful
eventually destroy the pillars up
on wh'ch our government i
"Sabbath keeping Is not a civil
but a religion? duty." the memor
ial declared. "Congress ha.i
nothing whatever to do with. th J
question of its observance."
teet-pr Douglas fir and western
red cedar, with a few other spe
i?s in lesser amounts, was sold
todayby the 1'nited States for
est service-to the Monroe' Shingle
company qtr Eugou. The timber
"1s on the Lawson creek watershed
on the Slmlaw .national forest,
and was sold Tor $l.so a thou
sand feet for Douglas fir. $1.20 a
thousand- for western red "cedar
and .0 cents a thousand for tho j
l"R sight is tbe God-
guide that helps us
pick our way through
the tangled time-trails. Let
the experience of others
guide you wisely when yoa
feel your need of glasses.
Have our trustworthy opto
metrist test your eyes and
the glasses we will furnish
you at reasonable cost will
rause you to see the wisdom
af poming here.
This girl can find or file
a letter in six seconds!
SOUNDS almost impossible, doesn't
it?. Yet speed and accuracy such
as this are commonplace in oSces
equipped with the "Y and E" Direct Name
To set a near standard for filing speed
scores cf tests were made in business
offices where this system is used.
The average filing or finding" time in
the first 47 cSces tested was less than
ten seconds! Some of the clerks were
green, some were experienced. It made
5 little diCerence in the results.
A telephone call will bring our "Y and E
System Service man to demonstrate the
"Y and E" Direct liame Filing System
" in your cficc.
COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE
163 North Commercial St. . -
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' EXTRA L-aJSL s
'! PANTS FREE! : ' tym
With your suit made to your measure from all JjlMlililvli j
wool fabrics as low as : J!jit!iiU;
i '3.1111' mm
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Oregon Mint Growers .
KUCEXB. Or.. Jan. 15-Organ-ization
of a state-v.-ide mint grow
ers" association was completed
here today when a board of di
rectors was elected consisting oC
E. H. Wallace, of Albany; Frank
Tivey of Eugene; Ilird Hickard of J
Monroe; ;. A. Moisan and Tom
Green, of Marion county. One
"ore director i to appointed by
the jmreau of markets at the Ore
gon Agricultural college at C)r
vUis. ; The name chosen ms
Oregon Co-operative Mint Grow
lj The men of Salem are having their suits made now
iil for this is a real value-giving sale.
Irish Question to be
Presented by Acheson
Everything is in read news far
the- mass-meetin.f; at the armory
this afternoon and a capacity
crowd is anticipated when Rev
Thomas Acheson speaks on tbe
Irish question. All who have
heard the remarkable address "f
Mr. Acheson are said to be eager
to hear it again. Mr. Acbesou
soent seme months in Ireland
-- ot8e-viie and noting the
conditions iu that country and
ikh hpeech in based on first-hand
WfrmaMon. HI subject is "Thv'
Truth About Ireland."
Twenty Hov Scouts under tb
direct command of Scout Execu
tive Corb will usher. '
Itev. Itlaine Kirkpntrir k will of
fer pravcr and llev. It. I,. I'uf.iam
will prouotiuce the benedict on.
James Elvin. chairman of ttio
committee arranging the meeting
wil introduce the sieaker. Tl
imeetirg: is .held under the atis-
lice ,f tbe Salem Ministerial
Dr. W. r. Kanlnr. pastor ot
the. First f'ongresational church
and president r the minister a'
uniou. will preside.
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? ITou'get high-grade tailoring, perfect fit and dou" ;
ble wear ill your suit of clothes. -
- 11 Ifou too, should grasp this opportunity and orBeY
four suit this -week, j No strings to the offer men,1 -the
extra pants are absolutely FREE. """ V. ..
SCOTCH WOOLEN MILLS
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126 Slate Street, SALEM. OREGON
Bill Has Been Riddled
WASIIINGTOX, Jan. ir,.-IVt-
I tniisrartioti broke Iiioho in tbe
house tiMlay during consideration
f flc. antltlal Imlljn u nnr-.n:.-
i Hon bill over what was descrilted
las the concentration into, iim
! hands of one coinii.ill t4 f if u If t lira-
lly lo direct appropriation bills.
i lie miian pintronriattou bill
twas riddled. Hectlons belntr Ktrii tr
en out on iMiiuts of order t-y
rttairtnaii Snyder of tbe Indt:n
aValr committee. A Hiil-rin-
mitte of the appropriation con
I mitten. Uenreseiitnli-i tinnlnr
i con tendril had evceelet it. an.
'.thorlty n4 recommend ills appro-
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. the better crass of housekeepers vrho have them. -They
, are the time and work saver of our thriftiest women.
. These aprons are neat, attractive and tremendously
oopular as a preventative of the High. Cost of Li vine
in regard to clothing, they are uncom parable
cause they not only save the laundry bill but
wearing apparel as well.
These garments are cleanable waterproof
over-garments, which require
no laundrying. Are made of
the best quality of gingham,
thoroughly rubberized and
printed in cheery-looking pat
terns, in . blue and white
Trie Retail Value I
For A Household Necessity
and all ou have to do to get
one of these attractive, her
viccable and time-saving gar
ments m to get us two new
Daily Subscribers for three
months, or one new subscriber
for 12 months. 50c a month
by mail in Marion and Polk
counties. Gc a month outside
of Ihese counties. C5ca month
bv cify carrier.
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