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"Action? Begins , on 'fitegon
Stages 'Case Against New
.The public se'Ftlce cttohrlssloh
has ftmM'JUvimifrkT to "the KYtloV
instituted in the, circuit court by
Oregon -stages, Inc.- -and 'Parker
Stage -Uvea j.Tast weeS: ;: a the
sUta' sufficient facts' to' constitute
' a case'H':- K'-'y w:;.?'
The action! filed Jrtxrary 27 by
Johir r A; Lgan f Portland, 'at
torney for h. plaintiffs, claims
hat' the tax leried against the
stage lines at the general election
last fa3 is nncdristftTiUoiial, -being
unju'ai, arbitrary, oppressive, jWd
confiscatory. 1' J" - ,
. ' -As Sidelight tcTtfie casTe, rep
resentatives bt stage ait freight
companies, led . by Mr. Logan
fought losing tight laiaf aesstoH
of the -noose committee on roads
' and WgtrWtfya the atne day; in
, an Itttempt ! ttf secure tfavorao'le
action 6s ttbose tfil -1?3 N&rfeb.
' would - 'M$fl , iUscO'ntiau'e J the
; - three-f ourths ' rili -per , passenger
mile ixt now te force. 'As s anb-
atuute, a two percent gross income
tax wonld htte 'been levied.
' HB?123 'ras.Tjaifed 'by 'the
OregOtf ntomobtie cotmetl and
: was jioiianf "sapporxea oy -wcages
1 and frefght "companies. f fie tajx
elaiule' of tbei Wll'was nottrtmgly
opposed! Hxit the' featafe whici
i gare -the cmnanjtes Jcrtlf leate
of public fceceadty; and conven
ience xras decried as symbol of
. W)&9olf.U' J " C i ,-: c
- Defeated 'iatneir attempt to
iecrith if iVofaWe act!6U throagtt
the eill4iacre 'the two;cSmpah!es!
arwrfyltfg on tneircase In the
clrcBll court. : 'TlitiiftitlihiBTtgeii
eralK Office ;1 defend hrg -the inb
lic seirylce cmtiifaiJon. 1
"Acclimate!! 8rnameiital tthisery
stock; eTerirreens,- osa bdshea
fruit and chade tf fees ttt Pearcy
Broillh'eaiOnV.TV'e Mtf tir"mtt
'nurseries', 178 S. fcoio'L .. ()
-' CipItaiCrty CooptraTe Cream
ery. tatts:creaiB, tut term ilk. the
Buttercup ' imtter. nas T no i- erquu
Gold standard of -perfection. Jt
S. Com'l: ' Phone 2 9f.
nil itiioUiJ iiA;riii
BILL, SALlAUT IKCUK.SE
. GovernSr Patte'ridn ,'ln lin-e-wllh
his economy premises made prior
ta the gerieral electidW, thday -rej
toed a tfftl Introdltced -by Senator
Davis- providing for taeaslng the
aalarr of the county treasurer of
Malheur county from $l2a0.to,iv-
500 a year. ("Senators accepted tne
Teto to meait jrhat therslmllar
bills passed at the present session
of the legtslatflre vrlll revelceex-
ecntlTe disapprotal. -
Im-retarntag, herewith,- sen
ate bill 6. i 7 wlthdnt 4 ttj $
proval,- read' the governor's veto
message. 'This bill is a salary In
crease measure, and under Its pro
visions the Increase ovd'beref-
lecuve during the .term or tne in
"tlue to-the 'acute financial sit
uation f the counties : a&d the
state. t and. because of an Insistent
demand f foin iaxpayers in' all sec
tions that salaries 0t public-'Of fl-
cials -do not increased, I am reto-
ing this particular WM.
r: jroweTeT, mot ine acr noi con-
template raising me salary unui
after fie expiration of the term bf
the iacdmbent, I beJIeve that
would -bate been' Inclined to sign
i- This was the, first bill passed
during- the present session of the
legislature" that has been vetoed by
The Marlos-Autd'mdbIl Co. The
Etudetmker, tie world's greatest
automobile value. Operating cost
small: Will last a lifetime," with
care. ? Standard coach J 1610. (
. HungiT? Dtfn .-wilt, order
. some Better . Tet Bread froia your
grocer. ; Lt is xresh, wholesome
andtlean. Made br the Better
Yet Bating Co. ...!)
- ! ta-Start in-South Salem
The Lesdie&emori&l Methodist
Episcopal : kurclr nd thes- Son tit
saim r n?mi cOTrco -commence
a union revival meeting at Leslie
charch- Tuesday eventog- "at 7:20
o'clocfc They -Hare "engaged the
seryJceS'softhaReV.-L.' J. Miller
D. D. ofJJaahvllle,' Tcnn. r llr.
Miller Ir4jl-pre4entudaight and
preach the opening service At
theiclese iof the service a-reception
is Dlanned- la the basement 'of the
church. t is 'to -be 4lyalty
night. oThe rolls Of both inarches
are-1 be 'called and the members
to respond with a cearty "ioyai.
" - Mrs.,Srl "Pearcy r will have
charge of the music and , sing at
every service. -Ot her special music
will also be given. At the recep
tion short program will be given
and the la dies ott e . wo churches
rw ill serve refreshments.; The two
patorjs Si j WlUard Or jToe and
C. iila worth; extend a most cor
dial. jarltatljDS to everybody to 'at
tend tail; these eTvIeesv ' '
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$ ' T Arrt V rtn f TjJhi
erty. Et.4,ut?S;etered 'aud: bocstt
r i . 6 s li, vCafsw?,E hed ' "'toy ssr. 1
l. ; i. Low prices and jrervlce-will
r:-L3 friends. v
FHdto shoWs3ritish marines marching tloftrn to thei'd6e&i' aifottsmoath; Erfaud; to embark
forShan'Hai Chinaarnid seines reminiscent of the WrH-War. -
COUNTY m.WS IBREFS
N, i5cnmaltr ; was in Portland
'Wednesday' on business.
George Ilayneaf visited his
mother In SilvertOn several days
during the Treck.
J. O. Dixon was
ThVirsdayJllfraodtl ori bflsfAess.
Mrsvw.T'Hpgg. arid daughtef
DoVls returned home from Salem;
Tnesdav-evenlng wbcre they vslt
ed'relauv,es for several days. Miss
LO'raine'Hogg,- whowasr qutte'sick
the patrweek was touch' Improved
when Mrs. Hogg returned home.
Leslie "Ramsey and his .sister of
Salem visited relatives here Wed
nesday afternoon. Mr. "'RaniSey
seems Uo be getting along nicely
since "iiVIng his leg; amputated '2
Mrs. Wiri.. Wllliriah ;'ahd sori
Henryand1 daughter Miss-Blond-enar
and vMr. arid. Mrs.Rrielieri'De
Jar din. alterided the funerai. of
Mrs. Catherine 'Aicherlfl Wodd
burn Thursday m6f hlrig.
Mrs. Chas. 'Hartman "and Mrs.
Chas. McConnell were In SHvertori
Friday-afternoon on businesSi
The R. A.' Club it at the
home of Mrs. Jim Shepherd on the
Atoiqua, Friday afternoon. 'A
chicken dinner was.served at noon.
All reported having a splendid
time. The text-meeting to Jbe at
the h0me of Mrs. Olive Shutt,
Mrs. J. H. ikiriser was in Sa
lem Saturday on business.
We are " state: distributors for
the Viking fires-and tubes. Mal
cotn'a Tire Shop, corner Court and
Commercial streets. Drive In for
your tires. ()
The Forensic society met Friday-
after '.recess in. - Mr. -Hoag's
room at school with the president,
Ellert Ne'uens,' in the .chair. Helen
Adams acted as secretary In the
absence of Oscar Befndt.
The. following officers were
elected; Dorothy Coffey, jrresl
deht; Gene" Mumford, vice presi
dent; Veneta" Rains, secretary.
A cbniihlttee of three was ap
pointed to wait Upon Mr.- Hosg to
see if It would be possible for the
eighth and ninth grades to attend
the legislature some afternoon be
fore this session closes.
The following program1 was "well
Vbcal slo, Let.Me'Cttlltfou
Sweetheart,-" Franklin Hawkins.
Talk, "Alaska, Helen Adams.
Readthg," Veneta Rains.
Piano sold, 1 Dorothy 'Browning.
Vocal solo. ''Peautif ul -Home of
the ROse," Dorothy Coffey.
Talk "Silk', Waiter Anderfedn,
"Dialogue, Verda. Rains and
v Vbcal ' 8010, Sweet Baby Neil,"
Orp"ha May Dasch.
Talk "Patrick Henry," Verda
Ratas..':''-,:;; i r'
Reading, "Comfort Beatrice
Vocal solo, ''tJhtlT I Say Good-
Bye'V Ellen', Neueris.
JOke, Richard; AUen. . .
' Reading, Walter Anderson.
Chorus, - a! : parody; "Every
Eddy's Got the Mumps."
The program committee . de
Serves much credit fer the excel
lent program, as thy had to re-
arf ange lt ; several times ; on ac
cohnt of so many pupils being out
illt with : munips, chlckenpox, .: or
piAk-eye. - .) , ' : - ;. -
An error was ' made . in the fig
tires stating the result - f the
special ; school election held here
February 1, to find out the will of
the people . oncerairig 'the ninth
gride whether to.; keep It In the
school or not." ; The ; result Of 'the
vOtea should have read 47 to 17
in favor of the n Irith grade. ' A
straw vote was taken to see what
the people thought about adding
the lOttt grade.VjTh!s vote was 43
t of, - and only; a few,' against 1L
. Miss Jessie Icing; the interme
diate teacher,- who is out of school
on account of ivaiag the mumps,
Is l now Jable to sit up and will
leave in a few days for her home
near SlltertOfl,' wtetS 15 will re
,3::-- 4 " ' ' T .. ;
. p:"! -k
main cntil . able $ to resume her
duties, . Mrs. Carl Martin of: Sa
lem" is substituting for Miss King.
Beginning next .-Monday - the
school will have an hour rioori re
cess "again. 1 f
' Still more cases of jmumps" arid
chlckenpox ' have thinned oat
ranks at school. Fpur new cases
were J reported Monday morning.
. 'Word has beep received frdm
Miss Rebecca Smith, who has been
spending iHe winter in" California,
thkt she will "tie home in a fte
weeks she will visit in Klamath
Falls on her wdy home. .
Mr. drid rs. W. L. Adams and
family visited at Dallas Sunday:
Nfext Friday. Sunhyside" will en
tertain the' neighboring commun
ity clubs. ' i
Bessie firowri has recentlyen-
tered school here. She came from
Hall's Ferry and is in the eighth
Mrs. Mize 13 recovering from
an attack of the mumps
The 4 Liberty pupils will enjoy
a Valentine-box Feb.' llh.
. Quality painting, both: varnish
and lacquer work. In our modern
equipped -paint shop. Washing,
greasing, ana - nignt service; tire
repairs.- nwa s auio sservice. t"
Ferdinand -ttue purchased -S
Chevrolet car' this weelt :
The Wlllard WomeWn rinh hoU
their regular meeting iastJThurs
day at the home of Mrs. Harold
Mrs. Li -R. Herrlfck Wis nllort in
Eastern ' Oregon Monday 'by ,the
serious jnness'of her mother, Mrs.
McKlllop, who suffered a stroke
Karl Haberiy Is having quite a
time with his knee. While run
ning he slipped Into a hole-. and
wrenched the knee. He has it
taped so he can not bend It. He
says it is imnfovinir. i
Oakville Washington, -were ? last
week i guests at the Edson Com-
stacK : home. The two families
weTe friends haMt In MlTin9nfa '
Mr. and Mrs". E. A. Comstock
spent-Thursday at the Haterrilch
home. The Comstock's left Fridav
for Suthertin to visit A brthef
and will then start on ! their Te
cum Yfflt tn tho r MfhtMn fnma
They are traveling by car. , ;
iMiiared'Egan accompanied the
Silverton H." S. basketball team to
Mdriirioutti Saitirda'y. She is . a
substitute. , ' j
MlnnVllle Spent the ; first three
days of the week visiting the Ed
son ComstOck honie. Rev. Hail
had ' purchased a Ford sedan and
was ieamlnsr to drive It.:
A message from Mrs. Ik R irer-
ck, -Saturday, stated that t her
moiner, naa passed away Friday.
' Buster Br Own Shoe' Stbre. High
class, - styMsh - looking, f comfort
glTlng, long wearing shoes tot the
least money. Come . arid Jbe con
viueed. 125 N. Comt " I ()
The Ever Ready Sunday school
class had a social at ' the : school
house Friday ' night. There were
16 people present. After playing
gamed, sandwiches .were served.
. Mr.' AUenbo and fariiHy iririved
trieir, belongings to town! the. last
of the week.
Mr. Rtcbertf Is hauling; wood to
Salem.' The Toad just north 6f
Pringle on; the hill side, is being
badly. cut up fcdiv, as Itr has been
thoroughly soaked. ,
Mr. Smith is f assisting - Mr.
H III flicker In preparing his prune
dryer outfit for the coming sea
son. . -' - ( 1 " J - -
Mr." Varleys i and family have
moved out of the vicinity.
Edward Gillingham '' has ? been
elected secretary-treasurer ot the
Battle Creek Telephone tomoanv.
The directors otnade ani i assess
ment of S5 share On-bhorie stock
for maintenance. - , j
William Propst ; will att as line
man for the Battle Crek ti-
pt one company for this year, j -
K' r "v'i
Mr. arid "Mrs. Propst fenter-
ta Inert a number of their frieridsH
Friday night. ;
' Miss Helen ' Sealey . spent the
week end with home folks.
A prospective '- farm . purchaser
has been looking over
Wright's farm this week.
, Some fainilies from California
are epected to locate in this vicin
ity In the near future. -
M". Lockwddd, is having fhef
prune " trees grubbed.
Mr. Rlc'hter is budding a porch
on his residence.
. . Frank Clark i has started plow
Mr. Slater is putting out grapes
He expects to install an electric
light and power plant on his farm
Wm. Wright has traded his
Pringle property, for S&lem prop
erty and will move to town In, a
Mr. and Mrs.; Dorniari will move
onto the Wright farm.
Mr. Chastain and ' family enter
tained a number of their 'friends
from Pringle and' Battle Creek va-
cinities Saturday night.
The 13th of this month is
Grandma Brownell's 91st birth
Mr. Ball has returned, from his
, Pringle's wide awake Sunday
school class has purchased class
1 The High Stepper club will
meet Friday night to transact bus
iness and have a jolly time.
. Cross Meat Maraec Biggest,
busiest and best In -Saleni. Choic
est steaks, bacon, hams, sausage;
lard; eggs, milk. Absolutely sani
tary. 370 State St. ()
Senate Passes Bills
The following bills -were ap
proved by the senate yesterday:
SB 169, by banking committee
Permitting conversion of build
ing and loan and savings and loan"
associations into mutual savings,
-SB 161, by Eddy Relating to
creation of highway improvement
SB 50, by Davisi To provide
for appropriation for beneficial
use of underground waters of the
state of Oregon.
SB 117, by Strayer Releasing
property of estate ot O. G. and
Blanche Hamilton, deceased,-now
pending probate in Union cOtinty;
to Annie E. Hamilton
SB 138, by Butt To prohibit
sale .or removal of buildings or
fixtures, from mortgaged .lands
bonght on contraet.
i SB 3, by Eddy Providing for
reorganization of Btate board of
1 SB 153, by Banks delating to
abandonment or desertion of wile
or; minor children. s ; ,
I SB -1 6 0, , by Eddy i-Desf griatlng
ahd declaring i certain territory to
be 'municipality known as TJmqqua
Highway Improvement district.
i SB 168, by Butt Designating
and declaring certain territory a
municipality . known , as Salinon
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PILES on other? Rectai and
Colon ailments are a souree
of constant annoyance, worry add patn.
Tcetherwith thettitet rnnJ.:riir,uti
follow, they tap vitality and strength, d
itroying health. And you but prolong
Tour sufferinif b nrelri-t n n)n.i ...i
icMcs and txupiUl operation. My method Is tb
ta results by thousand of caet tuccemfu !r treat-
ra, ana sacicea oy my OciAKAN
TEE TO OIE2 AVTf l Sff n
' PULES or refund Uiefee. My 100-
ppe oecrf ptive. i!Iutrtd
Book FRLS epos recraett ' "
06 . E GfiOn Of -snihircn"
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r. v i-
itif er-rande ROride'. iifghway
Tniproveriient distriet-J -
;HB;327 by repeals committee
Relating to cooperative' banks.
HB lOVbv Bnitrigaiey-lielai-ing-to
depositories 'for cduftty
futia.j --Ir"-' '.:; 0
HB by repeals committee
!tlatlri)g Ho !Ui supervising
coriSmittee. . ' '
HB fil,'ty repeals 'comtriittee
-Relating to tax investigating
committee: . -
HB 31; by Potter Provldiag
for Increase of salaries of Lane
; HB 165, by repeals committee
r Relating to issuance of diplomas-
by Eugene Divinity schtfbl. '
; HB-OfVfUeiatlflg to
who may be excused from jufy
service. .; f
HB 216, by CblHef Relating
to 'investment 6t 'schbol frind by
state .land board.
; HB 260, by repeals committee
Relating to transfer of certain
HB 226, by repeals" co'irimlttee
Relating ; to speed of vehicles
wheif crossing bridges.
HB 259, by repeals committee
Ttdia'ting tcT quaVteVly reports of
siate treasurer. -
' iro 141,by Howard Authoriz
ing state ; highway corirmlsslod to
acquire land for maintenance of
shop ..and 'equipment....,11', J
1IB 292, by repeals committee
RiatirigV tOf pabUcafTons In for
eign languages. j ?
HB 3 by McGOwan-f-Relatfog
to Jabaridoriea scbool districts.
HB 404; by' repeals committee
Rela'tihg to diitfes of clerk' of
Multnomah county. - .
HB 2f9f. by 'repeals jsonimlttee
Relating o circuit court fudges.
! tIB 261, by' repeals' committee
Relating to district attorneys.
HB 125, by Hamilton Provid
ing method of securing water
rights. , ;! '' ,
,., -.i : rrf!
Fry's Drug St0r,J 3 1 0 N. Com!,
the pioneer store. Everything for
everybody Id the drug sipply line,
with ' stahdard goods and quality
sei vice always. ( )
-., Everything : in the nook store
line, books, stationery, supplies
for ' the home, office or school
room, ' at the Commercial Book
Store 143 N. ComT. j (
P R O G R
fil l I AV',-1 I- .3 I I -J--y :V I I 1-1 r 1
k - m - m a f - - . . i v m a - i w.bbi
OU can how seciirei free of all tost aHwork, copy
, and merchandising id eas' of tKe Highest calibre, jSl-e-pated
by tars bf'the fetail advertising fields if you adver
tise in this rjapeh Always first "With fjfogressive service,
itfe have niade exfclusive arrangements with 'the Chicagjb
Tribuile for the rights in this city to their Nfewsjiaper Ad
vertising Service cbheeded the worlds best!
If you want better-looking ads and better pulling ads, you
Want the service that is proven arid tested the "same ser
vice that the country's shrewdest merchants ate i46W 'us
ing. We have it and only we have it, iri this city -
The Worlds Tinest-Art Work-the!WorId
Written Specif icaUy'lorYpuJ ':
Long ago this paper discovered tHt niercKatits warit'tb
... V-., . - . .. . . .
bUy service and results Instead of white space". Now 'we
-..It I' '
have secured the exclusive rights to this new1 and better
advertisihg service after ah investigation ' covering every;
angle bf newspaper advertising. We selected it becaUse
it is. the product of the country's f orembst 'attists, adVer
; tisihg mfen 4hd hierchhEs. These meti, backed by the
fefebtirces of "the 'Chicago Tribune, are producing a hew ;
kind of advertising 'based dn sbund pnnciplererritjilbyin',g
the fundamentals of Successful selling, tddted1 in the
psychology ;-6f making readers ' respond.
'Advertising niatter scientifically prepared in this manrier,
fmuch bf Hvhich' is proveni tested and run ly the Chicago
fTxiburiebefore it is offered to;yoU, is iiaturdlly; better
advertising and the merchants whd use it sgdhre better '
results. . : .
I ; SENATE BILLS . J
O1 " : ; '.. 1 111 o
The'folIowingVnew -hills were
introduced . In the' senate yester
day: . " . .' - -
SB 2 02, by Upton Defining
and YegtiTatJng the hanking and
trust, business. " -
SB 203, by Marks-ftelatlng to
fishi rig of "catching crabs 'in the
waters of the .state of. Oregon.
gll, ,204, by Eddy -Relating to
appointment of board of regents
of state normal Schools.
SB 205, by Upton-tlelating to
persons who sflreentltledtantef
old Soldiers -hoine at Jtoseb'uTgi ,;
SB 206, 'byfComajJttee.on Medf
eine ',; and- Pharr&acy-Itelatlng.to
chiropractic practice In the state
of dregdn., . ... .... w '. : '
SB 207,j;by Joseptf-lithorl.
In g the .state of Oregon to .borrow
money from the "state industrial
aqciaeni commission ana lae suie
highway department. ' . '. J '
The Man's Shop saves you, a ten
dollar bill-on every quality stilt.
Shirts," hats, ties, .collars.- '.High
grade - clothing, -' perfect fitting,
loaa weariiig- 416 State. , -ti ()
S S I V E S
dtVdr 'fefe thte
'Only We Can
ChlI '-i Vlioxie 23 Or 583 Todajr
. in alem After 10I)ays
. The' dentaVlinic, wbich;ls be
ing opened ip Salem by the Marion -.Counjy
pfinux ririfo; (ii ht3 ; in
operation in abemt io day, l was
reported Monda, meeting of
the dental unit execvive commit
tee. ; Parti Of the eiofpmnt l hf
ln IftstaliedanA .tht rm of theV
eulpmeritj and suppliea ha's! Ik;
ordered. ; The Hiriic. will f l
uuvlcu .i.u .a ifiH tuue 8cuuni niiuu-'
Iqg on the Washirigt6n school
grounas. ; .
I f ne moutniy report Of nr; n. L;
B"unk,4 county dental officer, was
redd. 'Members 'of oexeuUTe
cluded pr.jcarl A. Miller, Dr. Fred
ElUs. Dr, : Walter H. Brown and
mm rnh tha tVivra wA
wwt iaorouhlj witb---
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