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THE DAILY CA5"57AL juUKNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1919.
ASKED TO INQUIRE
INTO POULTRY FIRM
State House Briefs.
Annlieatlnn for rjermisslon r ap
propriate water from a spring for irri
gation purposes has been filed wltn
State Engineer Cupper by Colin Mo
Kenzie of Hood River.
San Francisco, Nov. 3. Mrs. Fred
W. Morley was killed early today
when the automobile her husband
was driving plunged off the Ban Bru
no road near the seven -ine nouse.
urhen Morlev was rescued he was
unconscious. When revived he told of
Attarnev General Brown has been
mniinstnd bv Charles W. English, Bee
nf tha -Rntter Business bureau
of the Portland Ad club to investigate
the activities of the State Foulary as
sociation with, headquarters in Portland
- According to the letter from English
mtiih a har-ked'un bv numerous other
. lotto from noultrymen from various
sections of the state, representatives Of
the State Poultry association nave oeen
railing' on noultrvmen leaving with
them the impression that the associa
tion a rn-nnprative organization.
offering advice on the care of poultry
and selling a sheep dip as a poultry
disinfectant and remedy for from $12
tn IRQ a crallon.
According to a letter from Charles
ft. Brewster, assistant professor in poul
try husbandry at O. A. C, an analysis
of the "standard spray" being sold by
, representatives of the Portland con
, cern has nroven it to be nothing more
nor less than a sheep dip ordinarily
nlrl at from S1.B0 to 11.75 per gal
Ion. Attorney General Brown has tak
en the complain under advisement.
Tha nrants Pass irrigation" dlstnv
tin a honn divided into four units under
authority of a recent act of the legisla
ture providing lor such division oasea
on reclamation costs, according to a
rnnv nf ft resolution received Alonaay
Ihu tha Irrigation securities commission.
The resolution also requests the certifi
cation of $100,000 in bonds or the
Tho onnBtrnctlnn of a levee for a dis-
tjinrn of onDroximatelv 12 miles along
the Columbia river between Portland
and Sandy is contemplated by Multno
mah county drainage district wo. 1, ac
cording to W. G. Brown, engineer for
the district, who was a state capitol
visitor, Monday, in consultation wltn
State Engineer Cupper. Plans or the
district have been submitted to Cupper
for his approval and tne irrigation Be
rnvitiAa nnmmisfiion has been called
nnnn to certify to $400,000 of bonds
of the district which lies along the
Columbia river from Portland to San
dy and embraces some 8300 acres or
WOMAN ACCIDENT VICTIM
calllntr for heln in vain while his
young wife lay dead beside him. A
dense f og causeo. the accident.
To Core a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
(Tablets.) It stops the Cough and
Headache and works off the Cold. E.
W. GROVE'S signature on each box.
! Planting TimeWe Have the Trees
Italian Prunes ' Bartlett Fears
Apples, Peaches, Cherries, Nut Trees, Ornamentals,
Loganberries and Other Small Fruits
t WELL GROWN STOCK LN THE VARIETIES TlOV WILL NEED
SALEM NURSERY COMPANY
I 1030 CHEMEKETA STREET
I Mr ADD AD ATlflMC
mvviu vnniiwiiu. 4
Mother's Baking Days Are Over
The Family Now Eats
And They all Say, "It's Just Like HOME-MADE
BREAD Try a Loaf Today
BAKKE-RITE SANITARY BAKERY
; 457 State Street
Always Do At
DlbllUr 0 V
Our Young Mens and Boy's M
' it. . i. ti n. . . G ii
Although the physical connection
between the manual and automatic tele
phone systems in Portland has been
rnmnlAtod natrons of the old Home
' Telephone company are entitled, to
service at the rate charged by that
mmnnnv at the time of its absorption
by the Pacific company until complete
directories and any other accommoaa
tions necessary to, permit them the full
use and benefit of the consolidated
HVRtem has been provided.
Thus F. G. Buchtel, chairman of
Mia nuhllc service commission, in a
latter directed to James T. Shaw, at
torney for the Pacific Telephone &
Telegraph company at Portland, to
flav. niita a. temnorarv halt to any in
crease in rates contemplated on the
part of the Pacific company to its
nAwlv nnnnired natrons.
Tn thrt Avent a natron of the old
Home company desired to change from
a single party Una. to a multi-party line
the company is required to make the
-rami ontod chance, or in the event of
inability to comply therewith because
of lack of equipment of facilities, must
at leant Errant the subscriber the bene-
' fit of the rate for the service requested
although still continuing on the mam
line service, the letter directs.
Tha vratis-ns.Tavlor Construction
company of Portland, capitalized at
$10,000 filed articles of incorporation
with the corporation commissioner's
office, Monday. James P. Taylor, Geo.
B. Mangas and Amie Wood Taylor are
Articles were also filed by tne Sim
mons Mercantile company of Clats
kanle, Columbia county, capitalized at
$10,000. The incorporators are Av. T.,
W. A. and L. A. Simmons.
Thn name of the Laro Lumber com
pany of Portland is changed to the
Laro Realty Co., Inc., in supplemen
tary articles filed Monday.
An Increase In capital from siuuu
to $10,000 is shown by a certificate
filed by the Portland Rug company.
Tn Ttn.tmt Real Estate & Investment
ftlnd a certifcate showing a
decrease in captial from $500,000 to'
of the Oreeon penitentiary
in harvesting the flax crops oi juariun
county farmers during the past season
will net the growers more tnan (.uuu.
PortlanoMJregon City Car
Hits Auto; Two Injured
' rtrnenn CltV. Or.. NOV. 4. L. C.
... d n mna fntclllv lllirr
Eimiin. OI rurimnu .
and A. Fox, a commercial salesman of
Portland, was seriously injured about
i,nnn M.md.M when the automobile in
-which they were riding was struck by
a Portland-bound electric car at Glen
TPnhr atnlirin. I
(Smith died shortly after being
trought to the hospital here. His chest
The automobile was hurled Into the
rfatinn fin d flvine boards narrowly
missed injuring two men who were in
NO COLD IS TOO
HEAVY FOR BELL'S
T kalno MrsHiro nulclclv and
thoroughly. Dr. Bell's i
fine-1 ar-tioney uoes
O TOP toting around a disagreeable
ana dangerous com. ii vr.
DnltU rtJno.Tar.Pntipv pvprt- its
ability as a supremely beneficial help
in relieving piuegm, emuuicos,
flammation, congestion, hoarseness,
difficult breathing.- Let it help you as
1C regularly ncipa uiuuaauuo v.uw.,
t 1 . l4. ULomiV otiH liMlinarl
antiseptics never fail to promote results :
' ; oaie iur vne niuo unca,
economical bottle can be procured
from vour" druerist today. That's tho
wise thing to do. 30c., 60c., SI.'.
I wil sell at Auction all of my Stock and Farm Ma
chinery on the George Savage Farm on the Sil
verton Road, north of Fair Grounds gate. .
FRIDAY, NOV. 7th, 1919
SALE TO START AT 11A.M.
Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Machinery,
Harness, and Small Tools ;
J. C. MULLEN, Owner " Phone 1580R
L SATTERLEE. Auctioneer.
Phone 1177 or 1211, Salem, t
k A A M. A J. -I
styles are the talk of the town.
We surely have gained a wonder
ful success catering to the "Men
of Tomorrow.' '
BISHOP knows what they want and what's right. AND these
young men and boys know that BISHOP'S clothes are the best ob
tainable, and they know that the style tailored into these clothes last
as long as the fabrics.
WE have received a most wonderful selection of , Boys' suits, in
the most wanted colors, stripes, checks and popular solid colors. You
should inspect the boys suits at once, to obtain the best selections.
Kaynee Blouses and Shirts
THE "KAYNEE" clothes are known by
mothers as the long weax'ing blouses, long
life, and with a fresh new appearance after
each laundering. THEY fit so good and
are a delight to the boy and his parents.
THEY cut the cost of clothes.
THE most wonderful BOYS shoes are
to be found at BISHOP'S both in the dress
shoe and the school shoe for honest service
and style combined.
Come in and see our complete stock of shoes of the highest grade,
in many wonderful lasts.
"Every Family In Marion and Po!k Coanties a Patron"
Salem MoOlen trills Store
MM M M Iffr-MMI"14"
Tn a tmtement before the business
mAn at their noon luncheon at the
rfnmmerrtial club Monday. City Treas
nr c. n Rinn aid that there Is ap
proximately $30,000 in the city's gen
eral fund. In all funds, he said, there
is $86,000, indicating stability in the
city's financial status.
40 Successful Years Im
pure And Poisoned Blood
No Longer Terrorize Those
Who Know of "Number 40"
This is the record of the famous
old prescription known as "Number
40 for the Blood.", Successfully em
ployed in diseases of the glandular
system, In blood poison, mercurial
and lead poisoning, chronic rheuma
i.m. ratarrh. constlnation. indiges
tion, stomach trouble, malaria, toxic
n poisoning, hepatic congestions, scro
fulous enlargements, sores, Ulcers
mercurial and lead poisoning. "Num
' ler 40" is made by J. C. Mendenhall,
40 va.rs a drucrcist. Evansvllle, Ind.
Sold by Schaefers drug store. (Adv)
Ladies! Secret To
Darken Grey Hair
Bring back color, gloss and youthful-
ness wltn Uraimma-s recipe oi
' Sage and Sulphur ,
Common garden sage brewed into
a heavy tea, with sulphur and alco
hol mnAta. will turn eray, streaked
and faded hair beautifully dark and
luxuriant. Mixing the Sage Tea and
Sulphur recipe at home, though, Is
troublesome. An easier way is to get
the ready-to use preparation improv
mA k tha addition of other ingredi
ents a large bottle, at little cost, at
drug stores, knoffn as "wyem a ease
and Rnlnhur Compound," tnus avoiu-
ino a lnt nf mUflfl.
xirfc.n. tn-av taAvA hair Is not sinful.
all rlpslre to retain our youthful
appearance and attractiveness. By
hair with. Wyeth's
Saga and Sulhpur Compound, no one
ran tell, because tt does 11 bo namrai-
i u n..ntv Ynn lust dampen a
sponge or soft brush with it and draw
this through your hair, taking one
small strand at a time; by morning
an gray hairs have disappeared. After
another application or two your hair
becomes beautifully darkj, golssy, soft
and luxuriant and you appear years
, Just Try E2D21S5 To-night (
Note how thoroughly It releases and increases
the bile and acta the sluggish liver and tardy
bowels In action. Just smooth, comfortable
relief for men, women, boys and girls. All
ifrHcvUta. AO c. a bottle.
The woman -who desires to
be beautiful should be highly
critical of nil the toilet good
she uses most particularly
of her face powder.
Soul Kiss Face" Powder is, "
in a -word, exquisite of
purity, of texture, of per
fumethe choice of the
Mever Brothers Drug Co.
Smil KiM X oil ft
in u fragrance
For large firm. $125 per
month. State, age, educa-,
tion and experience in de
tail in your application.
Box 240 Capital Journal.
The Electric "Duzz:AU"
An electric motor with ten appliances that can be
attached to it. .
Saves time and labor for the housewife
""" ."""Polishes Knives
. Beats eggs.
Cleans and Polishes Skillets
' " Drills holes
See future adsrforthe many other things it will
-' do for you.
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER CO.
Drives the dulls fiom
the morning shave
A good oil heater filled witH
Pearl Oil gives instant heat
when and where needed. No
smoke, no odor. Easy to
carry about. Oil is consumed
only when the heat is needed
Pearl Oil is refined and re
refined by our special process
which makes it clean burn
ing. For sale in bulk by deal
ers everywhere, the same
high-quality kerosene as the
Pearl Oil sold in five-gallon
cans. There is a saving by
buying in bulk. Order by
name Pearl Oil.
We recommend Perfection Oil Heaters
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
HFYT AND LIGHT
j 7W if ifl ig'SL SSI.!
R. II. CAMPBELL, Special Aegnt, Salem, Oregon.