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. . jiLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1919.
AID BILL DOUBT
In order to set at rest the minds of
x-service men who are attending Ore-
Son schools under the provisions of the
soldiers educational aid bill, Governoi
Olcott has asked Attorney General
Brown to advise the state emergency
board at its meeting next Tuesday, No
vember 25, as to what powers it may
possess toward creating an emergency
appropriation for meeting the huge de
ficiency which now looms in this fund.
Tha last legislature in passing the
act which is intended to encourage ex
service men in continuing their educa
tion, provides a fund equal to a tax
levy of two-tenths of a mill. . Based
on a valuation of approximately one
trillion dollars this would provide a
fund of some 2 00,000. There are
now aonroximately twenty-four hun
dred anolications on file with the set
retary of state's office from former
soldiers, sailors and marines who are
mwkine to take advantage of this act
Based on these figures it will cost the
tate of Oregon not less than $300,000
and probably $350,000 in the adminis
tration of this act this year, or from
Jinn 000 to J150.000 more than the
leelslature made provision for.
Many ex-service men are said to be
apprehensive lest the state will not
be able to meet the looming deficiency
and are anxious to know whether they
can count on finishing the school year
,,rwia,- tim nrovlslons of thS act. ' In
order that this apprehension may be
quieted Governor Olcott has asked the
attorney general for his opinion in the
matter. The state emergency board
Tvioetn Tuesday. November 25'to con
sider the appeal of the public service
commission for an appropriation for
maintaining its grain inspection de
partment Attorney General Brown is
requested to be prepared with his opin
ion on the possibility of a deficiency
appropriation for the educational aid
lund at this time, not that any action
is contemplated now but in order that
the board can express Its sentiments
toward such a deflniency appropria
tion for the benefit of the ex-service
men who are taking advantage of Us
benefits. No action would be taken to
ward creating the deficiency appropri
ation, according to Governor Olcott's
tetter, until the fund provided by the
two-tenth of a mill tax levy shall have
keen exhausted. '
Indicating a prospect for extensive
developments in the lumbering indus
try of Wallowa county, articles of in
corporation were filled here Saturday
by the Wallowa Pine Lumber company
capitalized at $350,000. The incorpor
ators and stockholders listed in the
articles include the Bear, Creek Lum
ber company, Herschel McKinnis, L. C.
Johnson, F. C. Whiting, C. W. Pursell
and a long list of other prominent 'Wal
Iowa county citizens. The principal
offices of the corporation will be lo
cated in the ctiy of Wallowa and the
sawmill, planing mill and box factory
will be located on or near Bear creek.
Other corporations filing articles
Federal Box & Lumber company,
Portland; $23,000; R. H. Brown, Chas.
B. McCulloch, G. C. Frisbie.
Healy Manufacturing company, Port
land, $5000; Frank S. Healy, Wm. A
Healy, A. W. Fraser and John Lof
dnhl. 1 Heyburn Hardware company, Bend ;
$5000 Ji B. Heyburn,' Carolyn A. Hey
burn, Ross Farnham.
Imperial Meat Market, Astoria; $13,-
000; Charles J. Wahl, John Tiensen,
Edna A. Wahl.
Oregon Auto Repair, Inc., Portland,
$20,000; Ernest A. Oetzen, M. E. Oet
zen, Christ Winkler.
Grand Opera House
THURSDAY, NOV. 20
Seat sale at Opera House
A THRILLING PICTUR
ESQUE AND ROMANTIC
STORY OF KENTUCKY
The Spirited and
Exciting Horse Race
The Famous Ken
The Rollicking Fun
of the Inimitable
The Strongest and
Most Expensive Cast
the Play Has Ever
SALE OF CHRISTMAS
SEALS TO START SOON
t "Now that the Red Cross roll call is
ended as per arrangement with the
National Tuberculosis association, the
attention of the public spirited and hu
manitarian citizens of regon will nat
urally turn to the sale of Red Cross
Christmas seals," said A. L. Mills, pres
ident of the Oregon Tuberculosis asso
ciation, under whose auspices the sale
will be conducted in the state uecem
ter 1 to 20 Inclusive.
"Eight and one-half million dollars
dnrfved from the sale of Red Cross
Christmas Seals during the past eleven
years, have been instrumental in pro
viding approximately $100,000,000
worth of institutions in fighting tuber
culosis all over the country. The an
nual maintenance and upkeep of these
institutions is more than $20,000,000.
"I wish to make plain that this is
sot at' drive or a campaign it is simply
the means taken for the past 12 years
to finance the great fight against tu
berculosis. One of the distinctive fea
tures of the seal sale is the fact that 90
per cent of the proceeds will be kept
right here in Oregon, only 10 per cent
lielng sent to the national organization."
Writton by C. T. BAZEY
PICKANINNY BRASS BAND
Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
as Mustard .
But the old-fashioned mustard
plaster burned and blistered while it
acted. Get the relief and help that
mustard plasters gave, without the
piaster and without the blister.
Musterole does it. It is a clean,
white ointment, made with oil of mus
tard. It is scientifically prepared, ea
that it works wonders, and yet does
not blister the tenderest skin.
Gently massage Musterole in with the
finger-tips. See how quickly it brings re- 4,
lief how speedily the pain disappears:
Use Musterole for sore throat, bron
chitis, ' tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges
tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil
blains, frosted feet, colds of the chest
(it often prevents pneumonia).
30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50,
Resolutions of dissolution were filed
bv the Silverton Hopgrowera Ware-I
HAVE COLQRJN CHEEKS
3e Better Looking Take
- To have a clear, pink skin, bright
eves, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy
like childhood days, you must keep
vour body free from poisonous wastes.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets (a vege
table compound mixed with olive oil)
act on the liver and bowels like calomel
yet have no dangerous after effect
Take one nightly and note results.
They start the bile and overcome
constipation. That's why millions of
boxes are sold annually. 10c and 25ct
How do you
Never mind your age as measured by years.
leeu That s the thing that counts!
See this sprightly old gentlemen coming toward you down
the street. His birth record would show you that he is past
seventy. But judging from the easy grace with which he
swings along, his errect carriage, his ruddy complexion, the
keen glance of his eye, his whole appearance the very picture
of health, you would say that he is not a day past fifty.- He
is young in spice of his three score years and ten.
More frequently you see the opposite of his type. (Men scarcely in
their thirties haggard, listless, weak, nervous men who take no interest
in life, just dragging out a weary existence, all in, tired and worn out.
Though young in years, they are, nevertheless, old men. Their vital
forces are on the wane. They've lost their "punch"' and "pep." They
feel old and they look it!
Stay young by keeping your body fit. Keep stomach, bowels, liver,
kidneys and bladder healthy and active. Build up your strength and health.
Nothing will accomplish these results better than
The Great General Tonic .
Just try "LYKO' when you are feeling the least bit jaded,
tired and worn out. St?e for yourself how quickly it rejuven
ates what a fresh feeling of strength and power is given
you. It's a reliable appetizer, a splendid aid to digestion, be
sides tends to strengthen and tone up the entire body.
Your druggist has "LYKO." Get a bottle today. Look
for the name on the package and accept no substitute.
LYKO MEDICINE COMPANY
New York Kansas City, Mo.
LYKO la Mid In orlilnal pack
agaa only, Ilka picture abova.
Rafuaa all aubatltutaa.
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THERE are only TEN more days until this joy
ous event. YOU no doubt have planned a trip home
or to some city to be with your friends on this day
of days. Therefore prepare now.
Iht : i
ii it ....
75c and $1.00 box
Good winter apples. Keep for 4 or 5 months. Will
deliver 2 or more boxes.-
U. S. Garage
Call 554 Ferry or Phone 1752
Best Health In Years"
From Internal Baths
IJ: Miss Frances Herrod, care of Plunk
ett-Jarrell Grocery Co., Little Rock,
Ark., writes Tyrrel'8 Hygienic Insti
' lute of New Tork, as follows:
"I am very glad to tell you that I
am more than pleased with the results
obtained from the use of the 'J. B. L.
Cascade,' and am In better health
than I have been in years."
This Is but one of thousands of the
same kind of letters received by Dr.
Chas. A. Tyrrell of New Tork, the In
ventor of the "J. B. Li. Cascade."
By a purely natural process of prop
- rlv iinine- vn rm water, the "J. B. L.
Cascade" removes all the poisonous
'waste from the lower intestine, wnicn
physicians agree Is the cause of 95
per cent of all human ailments. .
Daniel J. Fry has filled an enorm
. ous demand for "J. B. L. Cascade" in
the past few years and will show and
.tnioin it to vmi on reauest. An in
teresting: booklet on internal bathing
"Why Man of Today is Only 50 per
cent Efficient" can be obtained at
their store free of any coat, (Adv)
NOT A THEORY
. It's a fact that the use of
alcohol even in moderate
doses as taken in tonics is
often habit-forming in effect
n easily assimilated tonic
nutrient supplies the body with
those elements that contribute to
strength. Free from
alcohol or any other
L t-.l -1
II U I III I U I CICHICIIll
Scott's builds strength
The Rubber Bargain Week
Peoples Cash Store
THE BIGGEST SMASH IN THE HISTORY OF THIS LINE WILL BEGIN
MONDAY, AND FOLLOW FOR
THE.BIG DRIVE WILL START ON ALL FRONTS, AS FOLLOWS :
Storm Rubber Boots
Misses rubbers of all kinds
Rubber coats for men, ladies and
Low rubber boots '
Men's heavy rubber shoes
Children's boots and shoes
Boys' rubbers of all kinds
Ladies' rubber boots and shoes
Rain capes, and others.
NOTICE: With the beginning of December we will have a special mail order'
department. We hope we will get the support of all the country towns in the
vicinity of Salem. .
Groceries y Mensfihbftiogs
sy Goods 8 ThefiremfimStofe msAoa
' : IF you wait until the last minute you will always jrri
forget just the article that you need most. If not S
you have to choose some merchandise at the last min
,ute th?t i" not just what you had in mind.
CHOOSE , :.-(''
With care the cloth
ing that you will need,
BISHOP'S have the
best mer c h a n d i s e
YOU are not "taking
a chance here". Each
and every article sold
has but one standard
NEW arrivals are
reaching us daily in
all our many depart
ments. The newest of
WEAR, HATS and
In fact we are "COMPLETE FURNISHERS FOR MEN AND BOYS."
NEED a new, HAT.fr. SVEEB 3 HALLORY HAT will give you satisfac-
THE HOLIDAYS are approaching with wonderful rapidity. Why not
anticipate your needs, make your selections while stocks are complete.
"Every Fanuly-in Maron and Polk Counties a Patron"
Salem Woolen Mills Store
88 r '
A large line of Women's Coats reduced for quick selling
v-Coats of all leading colors in Kersey, Silvertone and
Bolivia Cloth; some self trimmed, others trimmed in fur
and plush. You must see this line to appreciate their
$85.00 Coats at this Sale $59.00
$39.00 Coats at this Sale ?. $29.00
$29.50 Coats at this Sale ;. $22.50
This Group of New Fail
Women's Suits are all standard of real value, of striking
individual designs in tailored, belted and plaited effects.
Light wool velour, fur trimmed, reg. $65 seller. $49.00
Heavy wool velour, $40.00 valu $29.50
Silvertone, Velvet trimmed in belted and plaited,
regular $59.00 value $39.50
Heavy wool jersey, fancy silk lined a Palmer
garment, regular $57.50 at ,.. $33.75
Special Silk Sport Skirts in Blue, Black. Checks and Stripes, Regular $7.50
Value, Special at $4.95
Store opens 9 a. m. Closes 5:45 p. m.; Saturday, 8 p. m.
Scan a Bownt.BloemScld. N.J. 19-1'