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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, i OREGON
NOVEMBER 20. 1921
S BRIEF IS
! State Contends That. Sol
diers' Benefit Act is
The respondent's brief signed
by Attorney General Van Winkle
and his assistant, Willis S. Moore
in behalf of the state bonus and
loan commission was filed yester
day in the suit ; instituted by
Thomas Henry Boyd of Portland
to test the validity of the state
bonus and loan act.
The state attorneys consider as
most important 0f their areu
ments a contention that the peo
ple nave provided that the power
iu aeciae wnetner or not an
amendment has been adopted
snail pj exercised by the gtver
nor. and that the courts are con
sequently excluded from exercis
ing any jurisdiction over the mat
A contention of the plaintiff
and appellant was that the const!
tutional amendment which is the
subject of attack was not proper
ly entered on the Journal. The
respondents claim it was entered
in such a way that it could be
identified and that is all that is
required for validity.
While the respondents admit
I that house bill 203, the bonus and
loan act. was not valid at the
SEEN AT MONARCHISTS DEMONSTRATION IN BERLIN
Be Watchful of Colds
8WDAT HEALTH TALK NO. 16
By O. Jf. Scott. D.O.
A cold, .when neglected, may rapidly
develop into disease of serious nature and
extent. Immediate steps should always be'
taken to put it in check.
Colds are due to retained wastes in the
body and the cause usually is sluggish ac
tion of liver, kidneys and lungs. The cause
of this sluggish action is the impingement,
or squeezing, of spinal nerves at the spine.
By chiropractic spinal adjustments this
pressure or Impingement la removed and
the nerves are freed to carry normal im
pulses of vigor and strength
.'When it rornn
lo health, XetTjr,
generally say it
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Federal Statistics Show
That Two Billion Less
Coffin Nails Used
which 11,290,488; pounds were
manufactured in 1919.
Illinois leads in the production
of fine cut tobatco, producing
more than 35 per cent of the
country's total of 8.165.863
Tenjnessee leads in production
of snuff, producing more than 4 4
per cent of the j country's total
product!on of 35,007,882 pounds.
H. M. Carter of Salem for cut
ting a corner at First and C
streets. Mr. Brown contended
that he d'.d not intentionally vio
late the city ordinance by cut
ting the corner in question, but
did so in order to avoid an acci
dent and his statement was veri
fied by Frank E. Dickson who
nasi a witness. Brown was dis
charged Ty the Judc.
Mr. Brown was in the city sev
eral days for the purpose of
checking up local trucla hy
means of weighing Jacks. lie
found some upon investigation
that were carrying load slightly
in excess of the limit. 11 ex
plained the proper methods to be
used in distributing a load, and
left without causing any trouble.;
Read Th Uasslfied ' Ads.
State Traffic Officer
Cuts Corner; Arrested
PRESSURE ON SPINAL
NERVES IN DISEASES OF
THE FOLLOWING ORGANS:
Spina! VftlwwhLOWf R LIMBS
The lower nerve
UNDER THE MAGNIFY
INd CLASS IS PINCHED
8YA MISALIGNED JOINT.
PINCHED NERVES CANNOT
TIC ADJUSTING RE .
MOVES THE PRESSURE.
THE UPPER NERVE IS
FREE AS NATURE INTENDS.
Cold and Fever
"I developed a high faver and
was so sick I could not raise
my head from the pillow. Two
chiropractic spinal adjustments
changed the course of my
trouble!. It was quicker work
with a1 cold and fever than I
had experienced before." Jle
beh C. Hall, Chiropractic Re
search Bureau Statement No.
, WHEN HEALTH BEGINS
When health begins depends
on when you telephone 87 for
an appointment. Consultation
is without charge.
Miss Koon assists women pa
Dr. CX L. Scott
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414-19 U. S. Dank Bldg. Phone 87
WASHINGTON. Nov. IT. A
billion more cigars, almost two
billions fewer cigarettes and 14.
000,000 pouads less of manufac
tured tobacco were produced dur
ing 1920 than during 1919. cen
sus bureau statistics compiled
from international revenue reports
Pennsylvania leads in the man
ufacture of large and small ci
gars, producing more than one
quarter of the total which was
8,07.792 large cigars and 642.
640.900 small cigars in 1920.
North Carolina leads In the pro
duction of small cigarettes, pro
ducing more than half of the
country's total output, which was
New York leads in production
o f large cigarettes, producing al
most 27 per cent of the- country's
total of 41,01,217.
North Carolina leads in produc
tion of smoking tobacco, produc
ng more than one-quarter of the
22S.566.655 pounds manufactured
Missouri leads in the produc
tion of pulg tobacco, protiuc'ng 41
per cent of the 141,037,89 pounds
manufactured in 1919, and also
eads in production of twist of 1
INDEPENDENCE. Or . Nov. 13
(Special to The Statesman)
D. M Brown, a state motor po
liceman, was taken before Justics
R. W. Baker upon complaint of
Massage gently with soothing
Cools, rsts and rfrKa
Neither Vrince Eltel Frlsdrich nor Gen. Ludendorf belie-es that
swords and militarism are out of fashion. Here they are, in order
named, at a morarcL;ct deraonstt ation in Berlin.
time it was passed by the legisla
ture, it became valid when the
people subsequently adopted the
new article XI-c of the constitu
tion. Should the plaintiff be up
held on this point the supreme
court opinion it is said would in
validate the state capital punish
ment law and other statutes.
Numerous citations of author'
ity are made in the respondents
brief in support of all their con-
Champ Woodcutter Gets
1 License, and No Charges
When '"Bill'' Snyder was born
in 1854, at the home of his father
oq the old Snyder Meadows, or
the Mississippi meadows as a
tramp christened them a few
years later, and the name stuck,
nobody had to take out a hunting
license; there war'n't no such
animal. And there isn't today,
for Bill; he is in the class of Ore
gon pioneers, born prior to I860,
who doesn't have to pay a red
cent for the propagation of new
game. Maybe the law figures that
these old chaps can't hit anything,
anyhow, and it will let them take
out the old muzzle-loader and
whang away at the birds without
any real fatalities in prospect
That i wouldn't please some of
these .old boys; least of all would
it please Bill Snyder," 6 feet 2
inches, bachelor, cutter of enough
cord wood to reach from Salem to
Albany if it were all piled in
cordwood height along the road,
and hoping to cut several more
miles of cordwood before he re
Snyder lives at Hail's Ferry,
where he has a bungalow all his
own. He is a manufacturer of
cordwood, and he has moved his
factory, consisting of his axe, his
frying pan and bis strong right
arm, all up and down the Wil
lamette valley in the 60 years
since he slaiteu it to worn.
Mr. Synder took out a pioneer's
license Saturday so that he can
now shoot all the game that
there is. If there isn't even one
scared squirrel where there used
to be bears 'n everything in the
woods that he has slaughtered,
part of the. responsibility lies with
Bil and his indefatigable axe. The
tranm used to hunt the nioneers
and occasionally "get"' them. Jut
there isn't any game nowadays
that is likely to get an old-timer
like Bill Snyder, who is now
licensed to fight back and the law
won't say a word.
Stay of Execut'on is L
Granted in Evans Case
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oys and Girls
(1) I will give $5 in 'cash to the first boy or girl who Will furnish me with
the name and address of a farmer who wants a sale, providing 1 get said sale.
(2) I will pay advertising and furnish clerk for FARMERS' SALES.
(3) I will buy your furniture, farm stock and machinery for cash.
(4) I conduct auction sales -everywhere and guarantee satisfaction.
(5) I make no charge for basket socials.
(6) For a successful sale of any kind see. write or phone
1610 N. Summer St'
State penitentiary officials were
informed yesterday that the cir
cuit court at The Dalles has
granted, a stay of execution from
December 2 until January 10 for
appeal to the supreme court to
be perfected in behalf of Abe
Evans, who is sentenced to hang
for killing James Doran of Mo-
Minnville. The crime was com
mitted near The Dalies.
Evans himself is opposed to the
appeal, declaring that he has no
"hance and that he wishes to die
on the scheduled date and have
his troubles at an end. His wife
however, is determined to have
the case appealed to the supreme
In spite of the fact that we are
putting women on juries, the men
are doing about all the talking
And this was not expected.
MRS. HARDING'S $2,000 COAT,
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DOWN TO PRE-WAR PRICES
Wk J Get our prices before placing your orders for
M Bathroom Fixtures and Plumbing Supplies
The Store That
NORTHWESTERN PIPE COMPANY
219 North Commercial Street
187 Front Street
Thousands of Pairs of Shoes
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We are opening our fall sale and are reducing the prices right down to
the lowest possible figures to keep our usual big volume. The present
conditions make it necessary for us to make deep cuts to keep our force
busy and keep our immense stock turning over. 1
COME IN AND SEE THE WONDERFUL BARGAINS WE HAVE TO
OFFER IN THIS SALE
Men's and Boys' Dress arid Work Shoe
Men'g New Florsheim Dress Shoes, just arrived; brown Boys' High Top Boots, brown or black, with two buckles,
or black. The latest styles.
$10 to $12 grades, go at
a regular $? boot, all sizes.
To close out at.
Men's Brown English Dress Shoes, a number of styles to
pick -from. $10 to $12 tfjy QC
grades to close out , Vi DO
Men's High Top Boots, brown; regular $10 grades; just
arrived. A new line. "7 QC
Go on sale at - i - V v
Men's 16-inch Black Kip High Top Boots, the best $15
bootiin the market.
To close out
Men's 10 and 12-iuch Loggers, double Soles. The best
$12 and $15 boots tl fl QK
to be had; go at $8.95 to j. tPIU.tJ
Boys $4.50 and $5 Black Lace Shoes, to close out the
entire line. See them in the AC
Bargain Basement at L VmD
Men's Black Calf Work Shoe, a good $6 value, only &
limited number QC
of pairs to go at vltv
Little Boys' $6 High Top Boots in a very high frM Q
grade quality; go at , . V v J
Ladies' Dress and Sport Sfyqes
The Scottish Rites Masons of
St Louis hare presented the Pres
ident's wife with one of the finest
eal coats ever made. It is of full
length and the ' na are the pick
Ladies' New Brown Sport Oxfords, all sizes; just arrived.
A high grade $9 Oxford. tfJC QC
To go in this sale at J)UisJ
Ladies' new Black Two-Strap Pump, just arrived. The
newest thing on the market. A QC
A good value at $9. This sale goes at JUmI
Women's Brown Calf Lace Cuban Heel Shoes, a high
grade $7 dress shoe. Sale in black caU. . d4 AC
While they last go at - JX7J
Ladies' Comfort Shoes, the best $6 grades; every pair
guaranteed. With and without tips. Low and medium
heels. While they $9 QC
last, go al! - - ----- OO.iJO
Odd lot, all styles Ladies' Dress Shoes, brown and black.
To close out, up to $10 K QK
grades, go at J. P
Ladies' Heavy Service Shoes, a good value at $6; both
in brown elk and black gun metal. . QC
While they last, go at . Vtftvv
Women's Brown Calf Dress Shoes, both with straight tip
and wing tip. Cuban or military heel. Cfi QC
An extra good value at $9. To go at yUtV)
Ladies' Witch Elk Boots; the highest grade port boot
made; regular $15 quality. ClH QC
go at v
Ladies' Black Kid Cuban Heel Dress Shoes; all sizes and
widths; just arrived.
$10 grade goes at
Witch Elk Boob