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Supreme : Court Sustains
iiHarney County Tax Levy
and Holds Roll Legal
"J Eleven opinions were handed
down by the supreme court Tues
day morning. These .were as fol
lows: " - '
. vJuanita C Booth vs. J. P. Block
et- al. appellants; " appeal . from
Multnomah county; -motion to dis-
. It isn't necessary if you
take a cold in time and
break ' it before it has
had , time to weaken
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' It is the best and most
economical cough rem
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J DRUG 8TQRE
' "Th Yellow Trout"
'' Tho' Pettslar . Store -
13a North Commercial
. Phone 197
miss appeal and BfflrnTjudsment
granted4hy the court ' . .
Outcalt Advertising . comsanr.
appellant T8 Guy D. Jones, motion
to dismiss appeal overruled in an
opinion by Chief Justice Mc Bride.
Elele M. Hershey Ts. Homer'H.'
Hershey,:tappellaati , appeal from
Benton county; application for ali
mony denied in opinion by Chief
Justice, Mc Bride. J s , t
A. W. Walker Auto comnanv ts.
Firemea'g. Fund - Insurance com
pany, appellan t ; appeal from Jack
son , county; action I to recover on
two insurance '' DoTicfas. Ooinlon
by; Chief 'Justice McBrlde. Judge
P. M. Calkins reversed. .
Chauncey 'Florey, coun trader k
of Jackson county and as ex officio
clerk of county board of superris
prs, plaintiff, ts. ' J. B. Coleman,
county assessor, defendant. Orig
Jnal proceedings la mandamus to
secure reduction in assessment on
livestock ana real property. Opin
ion by Justice Brown. i Writ de
nied. ' !
'Sam Mothersbead, appellant, ts.
Clarence N. Young; appeal from
Harney county; suit to hare tax
roll i declared Told. Opinion -by
Justice Burnett, j Judge . Dalton"
Biggs affirmed. ' J .. '
C. Gartrell, ! appellant, vs.
Bend , Carage ' company; appeal
from Deschutes county; suit for
damages. v Opinion by Justice Bur
netts Judge T. E. J. Duffy af
firmed. ' i . i ; ; " '...
-Anna Martha t Hildebrandt ts.
Fannie Montgomery et al, appel
lant; appeal from Josephine coun
ty; .suit to ' enjoin diversion" of
water. Opinion, ' by , Justice Belt.
Judge F. M.- Calkins affirmed.
1 Comstock Manufacturing com
pany vs.'" Solon' Schlffmann et al,
appellants; appeal-from Tillamook
county; -suit to', compel .specific
performance of contract. Opinion
by Justice Brown, i Judge George
R. Bagley affirmed.
George ;WV Finch et al, ;appel
lants, vs. -; Pacific, Reduction &
Chemical Manufacturing company,
appeal . from Josephine - county.
Suit to collect money. Opinion by
Justice Brown. Appeal dismissed.'
State ex rel J. E. Johnson plain-
Youmful Voices Sincms in Unison' ?
.. V Brings Forth Much-Praise (Lczt Night
High School Mttsicola. L'jatler . Direction r.Uiiw -Tartar and Assisted
. . ,,By.PjThtra,peli
By AUDRED BUXCII
There U something Jubilant and
irrepressible about youthful vejee
singing in unison, something that
will draw a crowd unfailingly, as
did the. high school musicale last
night in the high school auditor
ium under Misa;Lena Belle Tar
tar's satisfying directorship. . ; : 5
The high school orchestra open
ed the program "I with "Falling
Leaves'! and 'P6et and Peasant,"
receiving a -hearty .-- ovation. A
number . unusually . delightful In
ts modulation wa "Morning Invitation,"-
by the beginners' chorus
with Miss Josephine Albert; taking
the Incidental solo .with youthful
lyrical power and assurance.'
The audienee - gave - particular
responce to the Instrumental trio,
Love and Flowers" ' ( Aldrich ) , by
Margaret Kastor, Peter Foekl, and
Robert Alexander, the young mus
icians favoring with an encore.
-The second chorus of advanced
students . In the . department gave
distinctive rendition to Hoffman's
Barcarolle" Oh, Night of'Love)
'Sylvia" by Speaks and a Negro
spiritual, "Goin Home," each in
four part arrangement, showed
the pleasing range available - in a
group of Intelligently , 'trained
high school voices. : " J
For a . second group by. the be
ginners' chorus the songsters took
their places on the stage with an
enthusiasm . that, made one think
of a theater lobby t during the in-
termiaalon. Each number sung
was gratifyingly well -done. . : '
The Troubadour. Quartet, whoso
numbers never- lack the plaudits of
the hour,-sang "O Sole Mio" and
"In a Little Old Garden." with a
sprightly school song for an en-
Core. ,:...' -- '" ,. '
I -A mixed chorus of sixteen sel
ected voices from the advanced
group sang Friml's "Allah's Holi
day" and, the ever-loved "Bells of
St. Mary'a"rwith beautiful tonal
powers. ,Tbe incidental, solo by
Esther Davis in the later number
was one of the gems of the evening.-
t .The wise arrangement - of the
program in. its alternation of clas
sic and popular numbers made the
musicale enjoyable to all who
tiff vs. circuit. court for Deschutes
county; v original proceeding - in
mandamus . upon petition for re
bearing. Petition denied in opin
ion by Justice Burnett. ;
BOARD RE-ELECTS- l
. , (Cftnttnaed-'frem yas 1)
upon the recommendation of Supt.
George W. Hug: - ; ;
LaMoine-R. Clark,: principal of
McKinley;. '.Margaret ' J. Jasper,
principal of Garfield ; W.; A. Dav
enport, . principal of . Lincoln ; U.
S. Dotson, principal of Park; H.
F. Durham, principal of Parrlsh.
Professor Durham was also given
a $200' raise, making his salary
$2200 per year,
Anna Fischert principal. of Rich
mond; E.-A. Miller, principal, of
Grant; Lyle Murry, principal of
Englewood; Mabel Murray, princi
pal of Highland
j In the senior high school both
J. C: Nelson principal, and R. :
Moore, assistant principal, were
re-elected. ' Professor Nelson was
given a raise of $100 -per year.
making his total salary $2500.
.The heads of departments of
the Senior high school to be re-"
elected vwere as follows: Merrit
Davis, commercial department;
Eula ; Creech, home ' economics;
Carlotta Crowley, elementary su
pervisor; Laura Hale. Latin;
Beryl Holt;, mathematics; Frances
Lord, history and civics; Gretchen
Kreamer, music;. June Philpott,
science; Mae Rauch, English; Ma
bel-Robertson, history; Ada Ross.
English; :. Grace Snook, physical
education. . '
HUI Ttl tNUtU
. (ConUnued from past li
Stewart . had confined his discus
sion to the maximum limit. . .
- In rebuttal of defense - - argu
ment that murder bad not been
proved and that the state's evi
dence 'was circumstantial, Mr.
Marshall declared that the same
arguments had been' unsuccessful
ly J urged ' before the . Illinois su
preme court In; 1906 when It af
firmed the , famous conviction of
Johann Hoch, the notorious "'blue
beard," who was hanged for wife
murder.- '. ; -
Ethel and Edith Knight; age 10.
-Verl and Pearl McKInney, age 5.
The Evergreen school '' Is . pre
paring a program! for Friday eve
ning,' March 27. ..
Mr. and Mrs. OlelOverund of
Erergreen district have ' five
daughters attending school in the
principal room. Some -record, isn't
a? : '
(.The above is' sent; from Dis
trict 10. Evergreen school, Sil
verton, . Oregon, March 23.-Ed.)
SCHOOLS TO. OPEN ,
BEFORE BIG FOUR
(Conttnsed fro P J)
are skilled In that line of work
and tbat tacks, or. other markers,
be - placed npon it showing the
number of students to the bloek
in all parts of the city.:
ft is expected that in this man
ner the board can .better deter
mine what moves should te made
to remedy, the crowded conditions
in a number of the schools..
Lake Labish Will Have to
Come Again if They Carry
' Off the Honors; Sure
Lake Labish will have to come
again if they carry off the honors,
for' our district boasts of five
pairs "of twins. Two of these are
found t ia one home, and ' of one
family. They are as follows: '
V Aldine and Alfred Von Flue,
age 4 years, j , - f
Lucile and. Louis Von Flue, age
1 year. All children of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Von Flue. '
Edna and Edgar Dick, age 16.
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Your Friend as Well as Your
: Handling your finances here at the United States
National is not a routine with us.
It is our aim to co-operate actively in yourbusiness
plans, in the increase of your farm acreage and the bet
terment of your dairy herd, and in your general finan
cial success. In other words, we are your friend as
well as banker and are always ready, and pleased to
lend both moral and financial encouragemen when
ever the occasion merits it.
f ! ;iM.F -. fftici:' shoe : sale ;i J;
Our Wednesday y2 Price Rubber Heel Day has become so well estaiblished as a bargain day that we are going to inaugurate another money saving event that we assure will
meet with the same favor and bring customers from all over : the; city. f -,y
Three days at the end of every. month we are going to offer our broken lines at exactly half the price they sell for: All 10 broken lines, will go on sale at 35; all 58 pumps
.will sell at ?4. Come in and get any pair of these high grade slices of which there will be at least 500 pairs on sale at exactly one half the marked price. We realize that we
-must take a loss pn these shoes, but to maintain the high standard of style that we are offering our customers we must have an outlet for our short alines and we ; think these
month end sales will talce care of the situation and at the same iime give our patrons an opportunity to pick up some wonderful values. , ; : V
50 Pairs Hanan Pumps, $12.50 grades
Yz price :l ..: I...
40 Pairs Satin Pumps, 9 grades, '
: lz price ...i ...L.'..j...:
38 Pairs Patent Pumps, 59 grades,
fc Vz price L
45 Pairs Tan Pumps, 310 grades,
Yz price :
;Mcp's Tan Shoes,: 36 grades,
Men'sBlack Bluchers, 30 grades,
; Yz Price ...1
Men's Black Kangaroo Bluchers, 7 grades, ft. O -T? A
pHce -:.L-..:.:Jp J . 3 jl
'Men's Brown Calf Bluchers, $6 grades,
Yz price ..j..;.:
Boys' Sport : Shoes, high grade, .5
Broken Lines Florsheim $10 Oxfords,
Broken Lines Florsheim $10 Shoes,
J4 price '..C....:.z..i.L......:.L......
New Brown Oxfords, 39 grades,
2 price ................
Boys' Black Blucher Dress Shoes, 55 grades
Yz price. .........1.. ...... .........................L.......
Boys' Black or Brown, new last, 55 grades, 67)
all sizes go at Yz price.... -tj)
Children's Pumps, regular $5 grades, (
"Vz Price i... (
Children's Shoes, ?5 grades,
Yz price .......
Children's Shoes. 54 grades, (7
Yz Price i .. )
20 Pairs Silver Pumps to close put;
get a pair , at :
We are going to make. -this sale areal success and there will be two or to
sale over with a bang; so do not miss it as you will get some rear bargains. We will not say anything about
the quiality of our shoes as they speak for -themselves.
t-EIbbei?. I Meel -SSay-. -Eveirsr 'Wecfaeoolay . All Mem But
Our shop is equipped with all new machinery. We
use nothing but the very beat grade of leather that
money will buy. '
Mr, Jacobscn, in charge of thi3 department, is an
expert in his line has. spent years In factories and'
repair shop3 and .will do nothing: but-high grade
. work. .- . . ,.. - ; . - . - -
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Do Your Feet Hurt?
. X'orns and callouses removed without pain or.sore
ness. Ingrown nails removed and treated. Pains in
. feet, .weak-foot, ..flat foot, . foot .. straihiand fallen
arches adjusted. Do not suffer. I will give you the
best that science can produce in scientific chiropody.
Consult. " .'
About Your tfeel. .Hours 9 to 5:20. rhone 16