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OHKiiON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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iountks &r port tans o.f counties, j contractors to as.-ign jueir t-iauas
; Th oikr provides that aay l bank loaning them money,
district fornu.l l,v I lie rua t coihi- wure to protect the bank, and ,
hp., r.r il.e .,f c.HtriKt. the other authorizing the hgbway ;
in the Uoeveit hiehway may komiuhwloii to iu short term
H.t ald-in..y. n PU. ..f the 7K 1 reported on favor
rorprnnmit. to match state funds bly by rote of the eoinmiitre.
Substitute Roosevelt Road
- - Measures Approved
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UUI I L.IIII1 I uiu.
-l l'.iadd- k.
for cout-i ruction of liu
the oi,n,inee viM-Hi Senator senate passes Manv
Thomas' I11 providing for a lull- j
lion dollar hand isnap for nm-j
HtiiKtioti of the Crater l.uke hlph- ,"
) way. j
j On mot ion, 'of Kddy the com-
Lmiitoe vted to return, an adverse
Bills From Both Houses
Measure Requiring Block
Signals Meets Same
her .later. Mr. C. V. oil.
Eddie t II. who hai lieen absent
from bis desk -In the Farmers &
Merchants' bank for. the put
mouth, has recovered- from hi
lUnes. ami ia it Is if Mt of duty
once more. . .Miss Anna ityanlol
substituted for hint during
the Hebekah ntl
The senate committee on roads
ond highways yetrday voted to t
f (commend passage of the two.
new HoosoveU, highway - hills
which will be Introduced,, a com
One- of the hills provides for
(he creation, of highway districts
' report. oti th S'leldoir-NVriKht bill
i to regulate gasoline scales and fix
The Eddy-SUpies )A designat
ing a road In D.-uius county and
mother bill designating a road in
the Ne'halem valley, proponing
tha-t -both 'ho added-to the state
hishway map, w-ere kilted.
Two-bills.-drawn by the hifh-
Otachl Lame Back
Rut tachahc tmla Soreness
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Back hurt your Can't straighten
up without feeling sudden pains,
sharp aches and twinges? Now lis
ten! That's lumbago, sciatica br
may bo from a strain .and you'll
pet blessed relief the moment you
rub your back with soothing, pen
mratlns "St. Jacobs Oil." Nothing
else takes out soreness, lameness
and stiffness so quickly. You sim
ply rub it on and out comes the
:pairt.'It"I perfectly: harmless and
dcM-Kn't burn of discolor the kin.
. Umber up! Don't surfer! Get a
small trial bottle from any drug
store, and after using It Just once.
youU forget that you ever had
backache, lumbagqor sciatica, be
cause your back will never hurt or
cause any more misery. It never
disappoints and has-been recom
mended for 6T years, (adv.)
! STARTS j
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j j l ; Lionel Barrymore, -Amerl-
, ; ca's premier dramatic star
t ''.' In a photodrama from Daniel 1
I '. t G. Carter's powerful stage . .. I
f i play, based on the mysteri- ' I
I J ' 0U3 power of strong wills - '
I t aver weaker ones S
I i The story , of how a master
; j mind uses a beautiful wo- lr,
! ' ( - man in bis relentless re-
f i Tenge plot A-v
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I ? -i The climax comes Jn the tel- 1
t ' " epathlc clash of the mental , I
i i power of lore and revenge. ; t"J
The Star's Wonderful H - '
I ', Personality Reaches V
' ! Right Off the Screen and
'I . Grips and Thrills You
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The following -bil:s have been
passed bv the se.ible:
S. 11. 33C. Ryan (by request I
Relating to oaym?nt by banks
of deposits of Intestates.
S. 1J. 2!M. Ellis Making It a
misdemeanor and Imposing a pen
alty for carelessness regarding
barbed wire. -
S. it. 2 IS. RolK'rtson To reg
ulate the papment of warrants is-
"tied by th state or by any roun-
tv. city. jchixl district, drainage
district, port or other municlpall-1
ty or political subdivision or the
S. 11. 12S. Ranks To provide
for an appeal from an order of
municipal officials revoking a
S. R 291. Ryan Iby request)
Knlargfng field of investment for
savings deposits. 1
S. B. 241. Farrell Extendlns
the Dowers of the child welfare
commission. , : . -' ' '
S. R. 334, Fpton and ITill Pro
viding for . the eradication of In
sect timber iwsts. r '
S. n. 214. Thomas Relating
to hearing of petitions by county
court. " ' '
S. R. 242. FarrellRelating to
petitions for adopting children
and changing their names. -
S.' R. 275 Rtrayer Relating to
eminent domain, irrigation and
drainage districts. - -
iary Providing additional judge
for tenth judicial district com
prising Union and Wallowa coun
ties. - r
The -following house bills were
p.n'setl by the renate:
II. R. S2, Wells Defining li
censing and regulating real es
.tate brokers. '
H. R. 338. Committee on live
stock Prohibiting fraudulent
bidding at thoroughbred livestock
sales and fixing penalty.
H It. 311. Committee on roads
and highways Making It unlawful-to
cut down, injure or destroy
trees alorfe public highways. .
Ry indefinite postponement, on
adoption of an adverse committee
report, the senate yesterday killed
the Hume bill to change the juris
diction of district courts by In
creasing the suit limit from $300
to $500 and also providing an in
crease in the salary of district
Judge from 300 to $4000.
InUlie same manner the Ryan
bill requiring railways to estab
lish block signal systems was
Other bills killed by indefinite
S. B. 184, Norblad Defining
the duties of coroners.
S. R. 24 5, Joseph Authorizing
consule. vice-consuls or Jhelr
agents to represent in court the
citizens of foreign countries.
S. B. 306. Mqt?er Providing-for
the Inspection! of electrical work
- r.h -r. ... 1 to a in favor of tajton iein
and regulating nssuance by private j
corporations .otv snares oi capital
Mis i:lva Montgomery is ser-
ii.itlv ill at hr home here hav- ,
lug ct.ntractel mallpx while
visiilng tier sisier, Airs. tn. .v
pell. in Astoria. The home la In
Ptrict quarantine and no further
spread of the disease Is feared.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Elder are
entertaining relative: from the
east at their home on Marion
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.Mrs. George Davie, who U tak
ing a course of treatment at-a Sa
lem hospital, spent Sunday in
Staytou with her family.
Snow began railing nere eany
Sunday 'afternoon and ' continued
to fall until It man l led the water-
soaked earth to n depth of nearly
Coiir Inches.; .',
- Special meetings are In pro
gress at the Christian church this
week. Rev. Palmer, pastor of the
chnrch. in charge. ' '"'
The girls' basketball team of
the l.ebanon hish school win
meet the Stayton jtlrls team In the
local gymnasium Friday night.
Mill City high i-chool basket
ball team played the second team
of Stayton high on our home
i floor Friday nfght, a rcore of R
out the evening
Th. ( liming Kcene of u big mem
ter- biD Tlrive far
lodge was Maged Monday night,
when the lonlng ride entertained
and baiunieted the winners. A
toi.d manv new member we. e tH-
bis cured through the drtlfence or
tli workers. Speeches, toasts,
var'ons games arm supper ihu
u merry evf ning lor all present.
Mr. J. ". Mayo was hostess on
Friday urternooii to the i-ocial
club of the Eastern Star. Most of
th. club members were present
and a very pleasant afternoon was
WANTS TO HKI.r MOTHERS
Mrs. Win. Sager. 301 Nlchol St.,
Ptica. N. Y.: ' I gladly write any
thing that helps a mother with
her children. My little girl had
whooping cough and I was afraid
she would choko. I gave her Fo
ley's Honey and Tar and It helped
her wonderrully. She could sleep
'most all night without coughing."
This good cough syrup checks
colds, stops coughing, cuts phlegm
and covers raw. Inflamed mem
branes with a healing coating.
SoldT everywhere, (adv.)';" '
In his com portion
the following' hf ntence:
ltraddok wa a brave man; he
ba three herrrs Bitot ln.ru tmu.r
Mm and th) lourthwent through
I'm Slatettinan (1adfir4 Adi
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(Lady FrancU Hope)
m UTLE STEDMAN in T1IE TIGERS COAT
Friday and Saturday '
ALICE HRADY in TIIE NEW YORK IDEA"
Latest News Events
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Where The Wg Shows Thy j
at the close of the
Germs of Disease should be
promptly expelled from the blood.
This 1s a time when the system is
especially susceptible to them. Get
rid of all impurities in the blood
by taking Hood's SarsaparIHa, and
thus fortify your whole body and
prevent illness, (adv.) 1 ' 5 "
stock without nominal or par
value. J 7 . -,-
S. B. 341, Senator Joseph and
Representatives Leonard and Kor
ell To authorize private corpor
ations to Issue one or more classes
of stock including stock having no
par value and non-voting prefer
H. R. 167. Hindman and Korell
To regulate persons doing busi
ness under an assumed name.
S. B. 103, Denis Providing for
sale of certain securities and for
the issue of debenture bonds based
on the securities.
H. B. 233. Sheldon and Wright
Regulating quality and sale of
H. B. 315. joint committee on
roads and highways Giving state
highway commission jurisdiction
and control of all state highways.
H. B. 2.14. Hindman Relating
to support of the poor.
S. B. 61, Eddy and Staples
Designating a ' certain road in
S. B. 237, Thomas Providing
for a bond issue of $1,000,000 for
contraction of Crater Lake high
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A FIRST NATIONAL
Where the Big
shirrtna ike heroine cf
Thc Virgin of SUmhcvX
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'The men's first basketball
team of Stayton high and also th?
slrls' team went to Woodburn
Frldav nicht when a'donble game
was played. The girls lost to the
Woodburn 'team by one point,
while the boys were defeated in
ft manner that has taken the con
ceit out of all of thm. and not a
man among them will tell just
.what the score was.
" In a moment of absentminded
ness. Mrs, C. HI Brewer left. a
faucet ooen In an upstairs room
Friday afternoon, end went away
to attend a social function. Upon .
her return was horrified to find
the home flooded, from the top
floor to the basement.
Several auto loads of Stayton
Odd Fellows went over to Si
lem Saturday evening, w-here they
attended an interesting meeting
of the order.
. J. R. Gardner and wTfe opened
their home Friday evening for the
pleasure or the members of the
Epworth league. ' The 'amuse
ments were varied, the decora
tions suggestive of Valentine day
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DR. WM. E. WALDO
v " ! Lecturer and '
President of the American - Osteopathic Association '
' ! , TONIGHT, 8:30 P. M. '
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SUBJECT: "Health From the Viewpoint of the New School''
" Everj'body Welcome
by. .Waldo aprcars by invitation of the Salem Ostopathic Association
Dr. T. C. Marshall, Dr. W. L. Mercer, Dr. 15. H. White and Dr. John I. Lynch
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Senate bill introduced yester
S. B. 348, committee on revis!on
of laws Authorizing supreme
court to designate circuit Judge?
to sit with supreme court to take
part in decisions in cases in $u;h
S. B. 349, committee ton revis
ion of laws -Amending statutes
relating to liens.
S. B. 350, committee on revis
ion of laws Amending an act in
corporating Eugene City Lodge
No. 11, A. F. Sl A. M.
S. B. 351, Patterson Authoriz
ing payment of $800.50 from In
dustrial accident fund to Jacob-
son Construction company for ex
penses Incurred In defending per
sonal Injury lltigattoa while work
ing tinder provisions of - work
men's compensation act.
S. B. 352. banking committee
(substitute tor senate bill 103)
Relating to sale of securities of
savings and loan and building and
r S. B. 353, Hal; (Substitute for
senate bill 206) Amending sta
tus relating to capital require
ments of state banks. . i
. 8. B. 354, committee on roads
and highways Providing for In
corporation of highway improve
ment districts. .
S. B. 355. committee on roads
and highways (substitute for
senate bill 36) Relating to Roos
S. B. 356. committee on high
ways Authorizing the highway
commission and board of control
to sell short term bonds.'
S. B. ?57.committee on hig
ways Relating' to Interest on
S. n. 358, committee on revision
of laws (substitute for bill 55
Relat.ing to the regulation of deal
ers engaged in buying and selling
stocks, bonds and other securities.
S. B. 359, Hare Authorizing
cities and towns to purchase sites
for and erect and maintain com
munity houses for benefit of sol
diers and sailors.
r S. B. 360, Josephine county
delegation Increasing salary of
assessor and county superinten
dent of schools of Josephine coun
ty. 3. B. 361. Patterson Provid
ing Protection for ?mnlnvr linear
(workmen's compensation act not
against personal injury litigation.
S. B. 362, highway committee
Relating to protection of sub-contractors
and others engaged in
state highway work.
S. B. 363. Banks (Snbstittue
for senate bill 332) Authorizing
oiumoia county to pay city of St.
Helens sertain funds for road purposes.
S. B. 364. Dennis (by request-"
Authorizing state highway com
rnlsion to acquire lands adjoining
state highway for park purposes.
S. B. 365, Dennis (by request)
Empowering state highway
commission to-acquire rights of
way along state highways.
S. B. 324 (amended) Regu
lating practice of optometry and
creating state board or examiners.
, STAYTON, Or.. Feb. 1 16.
(Special to The Statesman)
Willis Caldwell of Salem was a
week-end visitor at the home of
his mother, Mrs Jack Barnes.
Miss Margarat Schaefer. a stu
dent at Willamette university,
made an over-Sunday visit with
ler parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E:
Lan Clifford returned to his
home near Lyons Monday aftar
a few days stay in Stayton.
Mrs. Seba Schouffle arrived
from Cottage Grove Tuesday for
f. - TZ: i "-it.. M iKr. M ,.
IW Ufll r.... a.1
of taffetas, canton crepes
and 7 silk . combinations
'just'redeiVed direct from
ttie Eastern Fasfiion cen
$20,0Q TO $37.50
Our Prices Always The Lowest
GALE- & COMPANY
Court and Commercial Streets
ALL URE FLEECE VIRGIN WOOL SINGLE
our own mill of pure fleece virgin wool
Style for men and young men
Td TipE PAIR 7d
aieiii. Woolen Mills.
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