The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 06, 1929, Page 5, Image 5

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    Th V- n Statttitav S-t. -Oreeori. H'ednesda? Mornina. February 6. 1929
I Local News Briefs
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(.iendale Mea Here C. O. Gar
rett and A. G. Clarke of Glendale
are "business visitors In' Salem.
KkfceneM Here L. , O. Helter
line is-ln the city from Eugene.
Martin Jermstad Dies Martin
Jermstad, son-in-law of Mrs. Lu
I rile Baker. 690 Union, died at a
t local hoanltal late Mondar nirht
t the age of 63 years. He Is mr
vtrea by hU widow, Claribell
Jermstad of Portland, one daugh
ter, Mrs. Fred - Schwan of Port
land, r brother and sister In Nor
way and a brother In Minnesota.
will be held in Portland, the body
barrage been shipped there Tues
day night by Clough:Huston, fu
neral directors.
v Stilt Owners Sentenced Elmer
Bftleque and Joe Welter, who
w":f arrested Saturday for pos
session of a still near West Wood
burn, Tuesday began to serve jail
sentences of 60 days each. Bel
also was fined $250 and
Welter $500.
Hoyer Summoned I'. G. Boy
er. Marion county clerk. Is in
receipt of a communication from
the secretary of the American
Association of Boyers. informing
him that there will be a conven
tion of the Boyer clan at Dryville.
Berks county. Pennsylvania. July
.21 of this year. The organization
was formed In 1904, Boyer states.
He says he will be unable to at
tend the meeting. The secretary,
J. I.. Drumhiller, lives in Reading,
Pennsylvania. -
Byrd Services Today Funeral
services for the late Dr. W. H.
Byrd, who died here Monday, will
b- held at 1:30 o'clock Wednes
day afternoon at Rlgdon's mortu
ary. Interment of the body will
follow in the Cityview cemetery.
Enjoy Turkey Dinner Several
hnndred people enjoyed a turkey
dinner served Tuesday evening by
the Ladiea' Aid of the First Meth
odist church. Proceeds from the
dinner went to the Sunday school
Railway Men Vlsit-Charley
Duffy, representative of the North
ern Pacific, and J. H. O'Neil. rep
resentative for the Union Pacific
railway, were in Salem Tuesday
from their district headquarters in
May Return to Work Soon
Gertrude J. M. Page, of the real
estate office bearing her name, i?
able to be up following an illnes--ot'
several months and if improve
ment continues will be able to re
turn to her office shortly.
Alteration in Office Altera
tions are being made in the office
of Mr?. Nona White, county Juve
nile officer, which when completed
will provide a private office for
County Judge Sleemund and also
one for Mrs. White. The Judged
old office will be used as a wait
ing room. A partition is beinjr
-built in Mrs. White's old office to
form the two private office--through
which a door will lead
into eath other, and a door is be
in cut through the judge's old
office to lead from the new one
to the public waiting room.
Hpoeder Fined Paul Grlebenow
2r?l5 South Cottage street, wa?
fined $7.50 In municipal court
'Tuesday on a charge of speeding,
on which he had been arrested tire
niht before.
fremiti- Planned A permit va-
l'.-.ned Tuesday to Andrew Klett
fAr repairs on the State bote'
building. 475-479 State street
which was damaged by fire las'
week The cost of repairs was es
timafed at $1000. Tranchell and
Parellus have the contract.
Plans Dwelling K. J. Rarham
took out a permit Tuesday to build
a dwelling at 1935 North Fourth
street, at a cost of $2000.
raf Meeting TodayThe mid
winter meeting of the Oregon
leagne of savings and loan and
bidding and loan as-.oeia'Jons will
b.e'herd today at the Salem cham
ber' of commerce rooms.
Executive Committee to Meet
The executive committee of the
Marion county Public Health as
sociation will hold a luncheon
meeting at the Cray Belle Wednes
dav noon; beginning at 12:30
o'clock. Chief item of discussion
will be preparations for the state
tuberculosis association conven
tion to be held at the chamber of
cr mraerce here the latter part of
Training CIiwh Announced A
Sn1av school teacher' training
ci will be held in fialem the
second week in April n prepara j
tion for the state i nrisuan en
deavor society to bs held nere
April 18.-21. it was announced
Tuesday from the Y. M. C. A. Dr.
C. I. Andrews, of Kimball school
of Theology, has been named dean
of the training session. Frank
N?-er will be-registrar and John O.
If'TChrevs. secretary. The school
will be interdenominational, with
landers from other theological
schools to act as instructors.
l;rrydIe Business Visitor
Earl Tucker, of the realty firm of
porrrtel and Sears, was a Tuesday
hn'iness visitor in Perrydale.
Mrs. Dumler Improving Mrs.
Alen Dumler. T57 Center street.
1 aratn at her home after hav'nK
Fpent nearly a month at a local
hospital recovering from a serious
9 peratioh. Following the operation
llrMe hope was held for her recov
ery; ha she Is now improving quite
Isemier Musicians to Play The
Joseph Benner group of musicians
will give a mixed program at the
Glf!3 Industrial school Friday
evening. The Institutions depart
ment of the Woman's club is spon
soring- the entertainment.
! lienate Tonight Tbe debate be
tw'een the Salem high school and
tire'Albany high school which was
to hkVe been held bare last Thurs
day night will be held at the high
stbool auditorium at 8 o'clock
Vedneaday night. Marvin Byers
'"nd'Bdltb Mar Jenks are members
of the Salem team which will ds-
bate the Albany negative here.
The local negative. Fred IBach
ford'and Norman Wlnslow, will
travel to Woodburn to engage with
that team. Isabel Child, freshman
at Willamette and a member of
laot year's debating team at the
local high school, will preside at
the debate here. Faculty men from
the Oregon Normal school will act
as Judges. Willamette university
faculty members will judge the
Salem-Woodburn debate.
I H voire Demanded Legal sep
aration from LeRoy Elrey ia ask-
3d by Daisy E. Elrey In u
Sun in circuit conn
iay. She alleges desertion on mi
part. They were married April 3.
1926. in Tennessee.
Title In Issue Suit to quiet
title was Instituted here Tuesday
by John Ltpplk and Marie Lippik
against the unknown heirs, of Jo
hanna Datxmann.
Buckbee, Sentenced William
Buckbee was fined $250 and sen
tenced to serve u aays in jau
when he came up before Justice
of the Peace Small Tuesday for
possession of a still.
Driver Kloed R. A. Gray of
Portland was fined $10 Tuesday
bv Justice of the Peace Small.
Gray had failed to stop when ap-
preaching the Paciric nignway m
his car.
Case Continued H.- G. Mac
Eachen had his case continued
nd was released on Ms own rec
ognizance when he came up before
Justice of the Peace Small Tues
day charged with unlawrul pos
session of intoxicating liquor.
Teachers Absent Three teach
ers in the senior high school were
nn.hle to conduct their classes
TiimiIiv: Mrs. Ellen A. Fisher of
the English department; Mrs.
Marcaret Dickerson of the math
ematics faculty, and Mrs. Marjorle
Stone Preble of the home econom
ics course.
Arithmetic Gorup Meets The
final meeting of the committee on
revision of the arithmetic course
of study for the grades of the Sa
lem schools was held Tuesday an
ernoon In the office of Miss Car
lotta Crowley, elementary school
supervisor. In addition to the su
pervisor. Dresent were: U. S. Dot-
son. Drinclpal of Park school;
Principal Margaret J. Cosper of
Garfield; Principal Lyle Murray
of Englewood. and Principal Ma
ble Murray of Highland.
Clinic at ; .tumsville- A diph-
.heria immunization clinic will be
held at Aumsville this afternoon
with Dr. Vernon A. Douglas, coun
ty health officer and member of
the county child health demon
stration staff, in charge.
School Schedule Changed
Largely due to a petition present
ed to the city school superinten
dent last fall by the faculty of
Leslie Junior high school request
ing such a change, the schedule
of Leslie and Parrish. Junior highs
was changed at the beginning of
the semester to permit dismissal
at 3:30 o'clock instead of later as
jefore. Under the new plan.
lasses begin at 8:40 o'clock in
the morning as at the senior high
school, however a full hour is
taken at noon instead of 40 min
utes as at the high school.
Clinic For Rural Schools Dr.
Kdward Lee Russell of the Marion
ounty child health demonstration
will conduct clinics at Auburn
Pleasant Point, Riley and Bethel
u-hools this Wednesday morning
Returns to School Principal J.
Nefron of the senior high schpQl
eturned to his office Tuesday
morning hut had not sufficiently
ecovered from illness of the pre
vious day to remain at the office
luring the afternoon.
CIanm Meet Today The first
section of the Red Cross home
nursing class being sponsored for
"alem women by the nursing de
partment of the child health dero
. .1 111 1ta u'oolrlv
-.nsirauon win : ,
lt til 17 in the senior high school
building Wednesday afternoon
rom 3 to. 5 o'clock. During the
ibsence of Miss Elizabeth Free
man, who is recovering from In
juries sustained more than a week
igo. Miss Fern A. (Joulding. nurs
ing supervisor, will conduct the
Possession Charged H. G. Mc
Eachen of Oakland. Cal., was ar
rested Monday night by State
Traffic Ofricer Mulkey on a charge
af liouor possession. The officer
(ou nd a pint and one-half of si
eged liquor in McEachen's auto-
moDjie parked near the highway
Heturns From Portland Ar
hie Holt, manager of Bligh's
Capitol theatre, returned late
Tuesday night from a business
trip to Protland. While in the
it,yhe visited bis sister. Miss
Beryl Holt, who is at St. Vincent's
Iiocpital recovering from a major
operation. He reports that Miss
Holt's condition is quite satisfac
tory. Defendants Have
Choice in Trial
Under House Bill
Defendants in criminal cases.
except where the penalty for gull
fs death or life Imprisonment, will
be allowed the right by trial be
fore either court of. jury, instead
Df Just the jury as at present, iff-
H. B. 4 44. introduced Tuesday by
Kobiaon cf Clatsop county Is pass
ed by this session.
At present defendants must sub
mlt- to trial by Jury, or plead
guilty and be sentenced by the
:ourt. This measure Is held to be
in answer to the complaint made
by many against the Jury system.
It will be of particular benefit
when the defendant feels ha hat
a clear cut case and does not wla'j
tor a Jury trial, it is contended.
Considerable debate on the pro
posal is expected when It comet-
up for action.:
Governor Patterson Affixes
Name to Large Number
.of Measures
The following bills approved by
both branches of the legislature.
were signed by Governor Patter
son Tuesday:
H. B. 15. by Carkln et al Re
peal of section of Oregon laws re
lating to Jail liberties.
H. B. 27. by Carkln et al Re
peal of sections of Oregon laws re
lating to location -of Eastern Ore
gon state hospital.
H. B. 54. by Carkln et al Re
lating to repeal of sections of
Oregon law having to do with emi
nent domain.
H. B. 56. by Carkln et al Re
peal of section of Oregon laws re
lating to mill races and mills.
H. B. 59. by Carkln et al Re
peal of obselete Faction of Oregon
laws relating to Indians.
H. B. 61. by Carkln et al Re
peal of obselete section of Oregon
laws relating to Indian war vet
H. B. 62. by Carkln et al Re
peal of section of Oregon laws re
lating to medals for men who
served on Mexican border.
H. B. 80. by Carkln et al Re
peal of sections of Oregon laws re
lating to Hood River county.
H. B. 81. by Carkln et al Re
peal of sections of Oregon laws re
lating to Lake county.
H. B. 83. by Carkln et al Re
peal of sections of Oregon laws re
lating to payment of audit of coun
ty books.
H. B. 96. by Carkln et al Re
neal of sections of Oregon laws re
lating to Washington county com
pensation. H. B. 97. by Carkln et al Re
peal of sections of Oregon laws re
lating to preliminary survey of Co
lumbia river bridge. w
H. B. 110, by Carkln et al Re
peal of sections of Oregon laws re
lating to non-resident aliens.
H. B. 190. by Rushlight To
provide for the payment of sundry
deficiency appropriations.
H. R. 249. by LaFollett Com
pelling all manufacturers, of eco
nomic poison used for spray pur
poses to place on container date
of manufacture.
S. B. 11. by Ed Bailey To pro
vide for the cancellation of inter
est and penalties on delinquent
taxes on property acquired by the
state of Oregon.
Furnlturo Unholstei
And repairing Giese-Power?
Furniture Co.
foliar Dinner
Every night
.Marion hots?.
6:30 to 8 at the
Eat at O'Leary's
Where good food is 3erved.
Cotnplete Line
"Columbia Kolster" Radios and
Combinations. H. L. Stiff Furni
ture Co.
Complete Line
"Columbia Kolster" Radios and
Combinations. H. L. Stiff Furni
ture Co.
Complete Line
"Columbia Kolster" Radios and
Combinations. H. L. Stiff Furni
ture Co.
Five Talented Dramatic Artists
At the Grand theatre, Friday
evening. A real treat. Don't
miss it.
Iesirable 3 Room Front
Apartment; best of furnishings;
hot water heat, phone, garage.
Concrete building, near state
house. Phone 2911.
Old Time Dance Crystal Garden
Every Wed and Sat. night.
California Wright Players
Five dramatic artists will pre
sent their new drama, "The Tent
in four acts. Grand
theatre, Friday at 7:30 p. m.
Tickets 35c, school children 25c.
A Real Special On a Real
Waffle Iron at Gahlsdorfs, 325
Court street.
Thomas Bros. Band, Mellowmoon.
Every Wed. and Sat.
Junior Guild Dance
Castlllian hall, Wednesday eve
ning, February 6.
The $12.30 Ken mare
Westinghouse Waffle Iron, spe
cial $8.85 at . Gahlsdorfs, 325
Court street.
An Artistic Presentation
Of a new drama, "The Tent
Dwellers" by the California
Wright Players. They have played
more than 400 nights in their own
state. Grand Theatre, Friday
night, Curtain at 7:45.
Irr. Stone Does Office Practice
And treats Cancers. Office next
door to Police Station.
SSve 3.A3 By Buying Your
Kenmare Westinghouse Waffle
Iron at Gahlsdorfs, 325 Court St.
Card of Thanks Lake Labish.
Feb. 4, 1929. For the dozens of
flowers and potted plants, for the
loving kindness of everybody, for
the letters and cards and remem
brances, for the Red Bus crew of
students and drivers, for the
lodges We thank you. Florence
Matthes, Ed Matthes and all of
our kin.
Now, as during the past 50
years, roiey a Iioney ana i ar
Compound stops r cougbi quickly,
heals Inflamed tissues, clears the
throat of irritating mucus and
nhlegni. . stops nervous backing.
and troublesome night coughs. Al
ways dependable and efficient.
ChUarsa ii u - a croup, j
Mother endorse It- no opiates.
All users recommend It ask your
druggist. Beat for children and
grown persons. Try It. Capita?
Drug Store. adv.
! PiNnrrHFRF U
West Salem News
Miss Marie Fox, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Fox, became
the bride of Leonard Lee v Bur
goyne, son of -Mr. and Mrs. James
Burgoyne of Salem. Sunday, Feb
ruary 2. The beautiful ring eere-
Imonv was solemnized et hlhl
s idv aa tuv i ui u iUVlUUl I Cal
church, the pastor Rev. M. A.
Groves officiating. Preceding the
ceremony. Miss Sarah Brldgeman
sang. "I Love You Truly" accom
panied by Miss Bettle Bedford.
Miss Bedford played Lohengrin's
wedding march as a processional
and Mendelssohn's march as a
There were 200 guests present
at ' the wedding which was the
first to take place In this church
The bride's sister. Miss Mollle
Vox. was maid of honor. Miss
Genette Sehern and Miss Florence
St. Pierre were the bridesmaids.
Lester Burgoyne. brother of" the
bridegroom, was best man and
Jacob Fox. brother of the bride,
acted as usher. The bride wore a
becoming gown of blue crepa-de-
chlne with tight fitting bodice.
full skirt banded with velvet. Her
veil was arranged as a cap and
caught with a wreath of orange
blossoms. She carried a shower
boquet of carnations and lilies of
the valley. The maids wore attrac
tive gowns in pastel shades of lav
ender, green and rose. Their bou
quets were of pink and white car
nations. Following the wedding service
a dinner was served at the home
of the bride's parents. Assisting
were Mrs. Arthur Siblens, Mrs.
Fred Theuer. Mrs. John Bartholo
mew, Mrs. Peter Schlitt and Miss
Lydla Fox.
Out of town guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. George Webber and
daughter, Mrs. Mary Courser, of
Longview. Wash.; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Walker of Portland; Fred
Kock and daughter. Miss Eureka
Kock of MacMinnvllle. Mr. and
Mrs. Burgoyne left for Los Angel
es and other southern California
cities for a fortnight wedding
trip. Upon their return they will
make their home temporarily in
Salem. The bride for her going
away costume wore a black crepe
ansemble with a close-fitting hat
to harmonize.
Mr. and Mrs. Bromfield Of Ka
milche, Wash., are guests at the
Viorae of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Fox.
Tbe Bromfields are on their way
home from California. They will
remain with the Foxes a few days
before returning to Kamilche.
Dr. W. H. Byrd. 73, died at
the family home, 595 Court street,
Monday morning. Survived by the
widow, Mrs. Inez Adele Byrd, one
daughter, Winifred M. Byrd, two
sons, Clarence of Salem and Don
ald of Portland; and the follow
ng brothers and sisters: J. C
Byrd, Spokane. Wash.. Mrs. Cor
delia Hager, and Lorenza A. Byrd.
Salem; Miss Virginia Byrd, Port
land; Mrs. L. H. McMahan, Salem,
Kdgar F. Byrd, Spokane, and Dr.
Roy D. Byrd of Salem. Funeral
Wednesday afternoon at 1:30
p. m. from Rlgdon & Son mortu
ary. Dr. Norman K. Tully and
Rev. W. C. Kantner will officiate.
Interment in Cityview cemetery.
Mrs. Emma Madill. 71. died
Sunday at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. W. G. Fisher, on Au
burn road. Surviving are the
husband, Thomas Madill, two
daughters, Mrs. L. K. Bruce and
Mrs. Fisher, and a son Boyd Ma
dill and two grandchildren, all of
Salem, and a si&ter, Mrs. Florence
North of Montgomery, Ala. Fu
neral services Wednesday after
noon at 1:30 o'clock from Clough
Huston chapel. Rev. J. T. Jac
obs officiating. Interment in
Cityview cemetery.
Martin Jermstad, 53, of Port
land, died at a local hospital Mon
day night. Survived by hts wife.
Claribell Jermstad of Portland.
one daughter, Mrs. Fred Schwan
of Portland, a brother and sister
in Norway and a brother in Min
nesota. - Member of Yeoman
lodge. Remains were shipped
Tuesday night by, Clough-Huston
to Portland, where services and
burial will be held later in the
week. Interment in Rose City
cemetery there.
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sprout
left Sunday for their home In Oak
land, Cal., after a lengthy visit
with Mrs. Sprouts' parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. D. Needham. The
Sprouts are returning by motor.
Mr- - Mrs. S. L. Brunk were
day party that was given as a sur
prise for Will Martin. The Burks
motored borne that evening.
Mrs. L. F. Capps, daughter 'ef
Mr. and Mrs. Needum. expects to
leave for her home in Mulberrr.
Kaa.; Thursday. Mrs. Cappa has
been the guest of her parents for
the past four months.
House bill 4 43 introduced Tues
day by Representative McCready
of Lane county, caused some sur
prise In the house, not because it
called for an increase in salary
for the state superintendent of
public instruction, from $4000 to
$5000, but because it was not
known by many of those present
that the salary was but $4000 at
The state superintendent, al
though he Is regarded as the head
of all schools, actually receives
less than many city school super
intendents, it Is pointed out by
backers of the bill. Some of these
executives receive as high aa $4,-
500 to $5000.
In addition to his duties as head
of public Instruction, the superin
tendent must also serve as a mem
ber of, the board of regents of the
University of Oregon and Oregon
State college, is chairman of the
board of standardization, and has
numerous other ex-offlclo duties.
Work done by tbe holder of the
office -amply justifies a salary of
$5000 as proposed, and so far no
opposition has developed toward
the measure.
Section 4 of Chapter 419. Taws
of 1927. defining motor club ser
vice and providing for licensing
companies engaged in giving such
service for a consideration, is un
constitutional and void, but the
remainder of the act is in full
force and effect, according to an
opinion written by Justice Rand,
and handed down by the state su
preme court here Saturday.
The opinion was written In the
case of the Ignited States Automo
bile Service club, appellant, vs I.
II. VanWinkle, attorney general,
and Stanley Myers, district attor
ney of Multnomah county.
The section of the act which
was held unconstitutional by the
'ourt requires that a new company
must deposit $25,000 with the
state treasurer or a bond in this
amount before it can be licensed
to transact business in Oregon.
For companies with a member
ship of 5000 which have been in
active continuous operation in th
state for a period of five year?
the deposit is not required.
Oregon-Washington Railroad &
Navigation company vs Hal E
Hoss. secretary of state, appellant:
appeal from Marion county: sui'
to recover gasoline tax refund
Opinion by Justice McBride. Judg?
L. H. McMahan affirmed.
John J. Rottle
415 State St.
Expert Shoe Fitter
We buy junk of all kinds.
We want yonr old iron,
rags, paper and every
thing that you don't
want. We call for it and
pay you cash.
Convaatrmt sowaawa location.
Na Mnaicr Straaaal miiwl af
Corporation Commissioner
Will Propose Amend
ments This Week
Tightening of tbe Blue Sky law
ts proposed through a number of
amendments prepared by Mark C.
McCalllster. state corporation com
missioner. The amendments have
been presented to bouse members
and probably will be dumped Into
the legislative hopper later In the
The corporation commissioner
said approval of the amendments
would prevent many security swin
dles with resultant losses to the
Investing public.
One proposed amendment broad
ens and clarifies the definitions of
the terms issuer, dealer, broker.
agent, security, sale, or sell and
person For the convenience of the .u luuoiiuLus me county legislator when said Clat-
the corporal on department in ad-1 cottnty legislator was a babe
ministering It, the termi ' dealer ) lQ arm9
?"Vro5eCuaTe bT "epYVv"; The poem, unabridged and un
ly defined. This was done at the Uered Jugt M Mr Robisoa deliv-
SU8S"lH,u Ul in "rtu" juugw.
Loophole Plugged
''By broadening the definition
pf the term 'security'," read a
statement issued by the state cor
poration commissioner, "the cor
poration department will be en
abled to frustrate many evasions
of the Blue Sky law whereby the
public has been swindled out of
many thousands of dollars.
"The act specifically Includes,
under the definition of security.,
such Instruments as certificates of
interest in profit sharing agree
ments, interest In contracts or op
tions relating to highly specula
tive ventures, collateral trust cer
tificates, preorganization certifi
cates and investment contracts.
"The important and fast grow
ing business of legitimate Invest
ment banking has been greatly
facilitated by vesting the corpor
ation' commissioner with authority
on proper application to grant
permits for the Immediate sale In
the state of large national issues
of sound securities already pur
chased and underwritten by syn
dicates whose agents have given
more Investigation of the probable
success of the enterprise than can
be undertaken by the state cor
poration department.
Purrlujers Protected
"Provision has been made to
permit investment bankers to tile
a surety bond to protect security
purchasers who have been issued
interim certificates or other mem
orandum of sale. This will save
the investing public losses such
as occurred in the Overbeck and
Cooke and other recent failures.
The corporation commissioner
may in his discretion require bond
of all issuers of Interim certifi
cates. "The definition of broker covers
brokers who deal In futures or dif
ferences in market quotations of
prices or values of any securities
or who accept margins on pur
chases or sales or pretended pur
chases or sales of securities. The
amended law also authorizes an
nual examinations of security
While in France with the Amer
ican Army I obtained a prescrip
ion that thousands of Rheuma
tic sufferers have used with won
derful results. The prescription
co3t me nothing and I ask nothing
for It. I will mail it if you will
end me your address. A postal
will bring it. Write today.
PAUL CASK, Dept. T-69, Brock
ton, Mass.
Itching Eczema Healed
We honestly believe CRANOLENE
the cranberry cream, will heal any
case of eczema or other skin trou
ble. Come in and let us tell you
about it. Use onejar, and if yon
are dissatisfied, your money will
be refunded. Price $1.
115 8. Commercial
Colds Are a
Signal of
Schaefer's Herbal
Throat & Lung Balsam
Thia is a, Modern, Scientific, Vegetable Remedy for the relief of Cooghs,
Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Whooping
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Contains Chloroform 1 JVIinim to the oz.
This remedy 1 unlike' any other Cough Mixture, as it not merely dries up the Cough
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Not over 6 Alcohol
Try Our Cold Tablets for Cold in Head
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Ballad Mystifies
House; Robison is.
Claiming Honors
When Representative Charles
W. (Beauty) Robison on Monday
delivered as a crashing climax to
his speech on H. B. 200, an ele
gant and eloquent bit of verse.
speculation was rife among the
legislators as to just where he
found the masterpiece. Some
thought it was purloined from
Kipling, others said Byron, one
or two thought it was Robert W.
Service, while other members,
dumbfounded at Its lilting beauty,
thought It must have been divine
ly inspired.
All speculation were set at rest
Tuesday, when after much urging
Mr. Robison admitted that he was
the author or composer, and that
he had actually written the piece
while tbe debate on his famous
forestry bill was raging.
Some members, however, still
question whether or not Mr. Robi
son actually wrote It, one of them
claiming that he had heard this
poem, wrought into a sooming
anaby, erooned over the Clatsop
jered it with Buch telling
, , ,t wUn 8Uch telllng effect
Monday, follows:
" He ain't a blue-eyed baby
That the school books
And he ain't no little angel
And there's things wrong with
his mouth
But by gosh, it is my baby
- And a living, breathing thing.
And he may grow up who knows
To be equal to a king."
brokers. This authority, had It
been in the old law, would have
prevented practices which have
recently resulted in the loss of
great amounts of money through
the failure of brokerage concerns.
"A graduated scale of fees for
permits to sell securities, based on
the amount thereof, is also pro
vided In the amended law. The
registration fee for a stock sales
man has been increased from $2
to $5, while a renewal fee of $50
is provided for steeltbrokers per
mits. These increases will add ma
terially to the revenue of the cor
poration department without un
justly increasing the "costs of qual
ifying security issues for sale to
ihe public.
"The increase of fees was made
necessary by the constantly grow
ing expense of administering the
corporation department in the
public interest."
DALLAS. Feb. 5. (Special)
Foreclosure suits aalnst W. R.
Ellis and Minnie B. Ellis and the
irst National bank were filed in
County Clerk Black's office this
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Clackamas Representative -Bill
to Regulate All
Sales of Tubers
Big potatoes and little, potatoes.
good ones and bad, will henceforth
be sorted out and when a sackful
is purchased 'the consumer will1
know Just what he fs getting, pro-
vided H. B. 438, Introduced Tnes.
day by Representative Chlndgreftn
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The bill provides "for the adop
tion of standards and grades tor
potatoes, describes the require-
menfffof containers and the label-'
ing thereof, provides for the in
spection of potatoes in certain In
stances, provides for the collection ;
of fees, and places the admlnistra-
tiOn of the act with the state mar
ket agent."
Potatoes coming in from out
side, whether from the famous
state of Idaho or elsewhere, would
under this act bear on the con
tainer the name of the locality In
which they were grown, the grader
name of grower, and if for seed,
the variety of spud within. Certi
fication of seed potatoes would be
placed under the board of the Ore
gon Agricultural college.
Standards to be observed under
this act are those approved by the
United States bureau of agricul
ture, and bv the state board.
Backers of the bill feel that
Oregon can grow as good potatoes
as any other state, not even Idaho
excepted, but that rigid standard
ization of quality should be Insist
ed upon In order to gain market
ing ability. This measure is ex
pected to prove a progressive ste;
in such a program.
TURNER. Feb. 5. -(Special )
Ben Robertson is assistant door
keeper of the Oregon house of
representatives this session, a po
sition which he has held for a
number of sessions.
Several Cheap used Fords and
Chevrolet cars both open and
closed models at bargain prices.
-The House That 3TV ice Ball"
Flu Time
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