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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY. JANUARY 15. 1920.
OF MOTOR VEHICLES
t Marion News.
Licensing of th operator of an au
tomobile, a well as the automobile
UaeU. in an effort to further safeguard
the general public against reckless
and inconsistent drivers, is provided in
bill introduced into the senate Thurs
day afternoon by Senator Orton.
Under the provisions of Orton's bhi
aw person, other than a chauffeur,
whose registration is already provided
for under the law. would be permitted
to operate a motor vehicle upon any
highway in the state until he bad
obtained an operator's license which
would be issued upon application to
the secretary of state and the payment
of a ZS cent license fee. Five day'a ex
perience in driving automobiles would
be required before the license would be
issued and no license would be issued
to any person under It years of age.
Special permits for persona who have
suffered the loss of a hand or foot or
whose eyesight is defective or who are
thai-wise incapacitated., are provided
for in cases wherein the incapacitated,
applicant can satisfactorily prove his
ability to drive an automobile. A spec
ial "lerner's" permllia provided for
persons who are just entering upon uie
experience of an automobile driver.
Once issued the license would be
permanent except that It would be re
voked, temporarily or permanently as
the circumstances niiKht dictate, in
the event the driver fulls to exercise
proper precaution and display a proper
regard for the safety of others who
might have occasion to use the same
highway upon which he chose to oper
Limits of City
Portland, Ore., Jun. 15. Portland
nimrods went bear hunting Wednesday
tight In the city limits.
A big (flack bear was the game
ought Bruin Invaded the chicken
ard of the Althenhelm Home, an In
stitution for the aged, in the ML Tabor
district, a residential section.
David Desmond, caretaker at the in
stitution, started after the animal when
ne saw It after the poultry.
"It's a bear," someone told him.
Ilesmond then began to run in the
other direction. The boar also ran from
the yard. The bear is thought to have
wanaerea down from the nearby for
ests, . . ,
Marion, Jan. 14. Mrs. Keirsy has
returned home from Portland where
he has been for some time.
Vern Clark of Philomath is visiting
Mr. and Mrs Kephart and daugh
ters Viola and Lucille, returned last
Wednesday from an extended visit in
Mr. and Mrs. Castleman who have
been In Shedds, returned home last
Mr. and Mrs. Kuescher and baby
are at the White home, and Mr. Keu
scher will spend some time cutting
wood for Mr. White.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Palmer return
ed from Portland last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Robblns aro the
proud parents of a fine eight pound
Mesdames Dunlap and Pongatx of
Salem returned home Monday after
a few days visit with Mrs. Rankin.
Mr. and Mrs. Winn returned home
Sunday from Washington where they
have been visiting their son, Tom, and
A deep sorrow has come to our
community, caused by the death of
Ralph Bouck, who died of pneumonia.
His obituary will appear elsewhere.
Mrs. Bouck and her son Oscar are ill
at this time.
Miss Allie Fltchgerald of Lebanon
was a week end guest of Miss Alice
Rev. W. J. Large who Is holding a
series of meetings in the Presbyterian
church, is an able speaker. There will
be services there all this week.
If He's Right
Only Water Is
Left to Drink
K&nsas City, Mo.. Jan. 14.
C-eorge E. Crutchley, collector
of internal revenue here, an-
r.ounced today that in accord-
snce with his interpretation of
the national prohibition act
4c tweet cider and f ruit juices will
be classed as prohibited bever-
Rfes at midnight, January It.
EASY TO MAKE THIS
PINE COUGH REMEDY
Thousands of families swear
by Its prompt results. Inex
pensive, and saves about
Salem Buyer Gets Pool;
1919 Shearing Is Sold
Tou know that pine is used in near
ly all prescriptions and remedies for
coughs. The reason Is that pine con
tains several peculiar elements that
have a remarkable effect in soothing
and healing the membranes of the
throat and chest.
Pine cough syhups are combina
tions of pine and syrup. The "syrup"
part Is usually plain sugar syrup.
To make the best pine cough rem
edy that money can buy, put 2H
ounces of Pinex in a pint bottle, and
fill up with home made sugar syrup.
Or you can use clarified molasses.
honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar
syrup. Either way, you make a full
pint more than you can buy ready
made for three times the money. It is
pure, good and very pleasant chil
dren like it.
You can feel this take hold of
cough or cold n a way that means
busness. The cough may be dry,
hoarse and tight, or may be persist-
Ratification of the national wo
men's suffrage amendment by the
Oregon legislature was completed this
afternoon when President Vinton, of
the senate, affixed bis signature to
the Joint resolution of ratification as
passed by both bouses as the first ac
tion of the special session. Speaker
Jones, of the house, signed the reso
lution this morning.
The resolution, which does not need
the signature of Governor Olcott, now
goes to the secretary of state for
transmission to Washington.
illd-wlnter sale and scheduled de
livery of 40.000 pounds of wool, 1819
clip, was consummated at Albany last I enly loose from the formation
Saturday by Clifford W. Brown of this I phlegm. The cause is the same in-
uiij. mi. niuwu pays oz cents per namea memDranes and this finex
pound for the fine wool In this lot and and syrup combination will stop it
J? cents for the coarser quality. The
deal marks the closing of the Linn
County Farm Bureau pool formed last
year and originally representing 100,-
000 pounds of the staple; however,
many members of the pool sold Inde
pendently until the 40,000 pounds rep
resented their holdings.
According to the Salem shippers, the
pool cost the Linn county growers at
least C cents per pound, as the spring,
191'i quotations on wool at one time
usually in 24 hours or less. Splendid,
too, for bronchial asthma, hoarseness
or any ordinary throat ailment.
Plnex Is a highly concentrated com
pound of genuine Norway pine ex
tract, and is famous the world over
for its prompt effect upon coughs.
Beware of substitutes. Ask your
druggist for "214 ounces of Pinex"
with directions, and don't accept any
thing else. Guaranteed to give abso
lute satisfaction or money refunded.
The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. (Ad)
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAl
- To Ours a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BftOMO QUININE
(Tablets.) It ttopi the Cough and
Headaehs and works off the Cold. K
W. G1K)VK'8 signature on each box.
If you'll try. a loaf today, you'll buy a loaf
Has the home-made taste.
BAKE-RITE SANITARY BAKERY
457 State Street
Red Cross Here
Sends Check To
Assist In Fund
On thousand-, dollars, requested by
the chelf of the northwestern divis
ion of the Red Cross to aid in raising
a deficit in the $15,000,000 fund re
cently set out to gain by that organ
ization, was wired Wednesday morn
ing to headquarters at Seattle by
Dave W. Eyre, treasurer of the Wil
lamette chapter. A letter requesting
the $1000 from the local chapters
treasury was received Tuesday by
Part of the letter reads:
"Your chapter has done exception
ally well in connection with the drive,
and wo regret exceedingly the fact
thift we have found It necessary to call
on you for additional funds, but feel
that owing to the splendid response
we have received from you in the
past, this small assessment will be
paid by you and help the division
meet its quota.
"We hava found upon referring to
accounts, that your chapter had
balance on November 30th of $16,000
and feel that a $1000 assessment will
in no way embarrass your chapter or
hamper it in the splendid work it Is
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If You Don't Want to Wait
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0LES0N MOTOR CAR CO.
349 North Commercial St. Phone 666
ext to Oleson Auto Exchange"
Baptist Brotherhood Holds
Housing Meeting Tuesday
ine tsrotnernood ot the r irst .Bap
tist church had a rousing meeting
Tuesday night, President G. Ed Ross
presiding. Seventy five men partook
of the supper provided by the wo
man's committee of which Mrs. Theo.
F.oth was leader. Several visitors were
present among them W. P. Elmore
of Lin county and H. E. Cross of
4 t the legislature. These other visit
ors spoke briefly. The principal
speaker was Dr. S. J. Reld, the evan
gelist. From the brotherhood meeting the
hien adjourned to the evangelistic ser
vice and sat together in a body.
The auditorium was well filled and
the large audience listened attentive
ly to a thoughtful sermon on consci
"Conscience is a universal faculty.
You cannot get away from conscience
Conscience will never allow you to be
satisfied in wrong doing. Jesus Christ
can give you a conscience void of of
fense towards God and man," Dr.
Reld said in a strong appeal made to
let Christ Into the life to control both
conscience and heart.
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Free Pile Remedy
K. R. PRe.
Page BUg, Marshall. Mich.
fl? nnA ,ree trll of your 1" -'hod
Rub Neuralgia Pain
Ilight Out-Try It!
Stop miffei-liiit! nb neuralgia pain
iroin raw. head or body with
"St. Jiimbs Liniment'
Get a amall trial bottle!
Rub this miothinir. nonetratlnir llnl.
ment right into the aore, inflamed
nen-es, and like magic neuralgia dis
appear "St. Jacob Liniment" con
quer pain. It is a harmless neuralgia
relief which doesn't burn or discolor
Don't Suffer! Tf. mn nuulln. nt
a mail trial bottle from any drug
store and gently rub the "aching
nerve" and in Just a moment you
will be absolutely fre from pain, ache
and suffering, but what will niu
you more is, that th misery will not
No difference wheth.r vnur main nr
neuralgia misery 1 in th face, head
or any part of th. hndv vnn --
'tant relief and without injury. (Adv)
Fireman: Ben J.
Dan Cupid's interfering with the
city's utilities. He has invaded the fire
I honeymoon. They t, m
Wednesday Benjamin A. Faught, one ! home in Salem. Mrs. Fauhi i! "
.t.. l . i- ... .. riu.i Mint S!aili llebanon. "w bn
of the fire lads, marneu .uiss jhiuw iuuu,
Xorinan, at the office of Myra feliank,
I. O. O. K. buildinsr. High and Court
streets. Rev. II. C. Stover, of the Cen
tral Congregational church officiat
ed. The couple left for Portland in the
evening, where they will spend a brief
After three years. 0f lnv,
and an expenditure of neariri1?""1
the Medford irrigation district t
that the only feasible source f
is from th Rogue River Can,!""
pany at $125 per acre. m eo,-
. . .
It is no cause for wonder to anyone who visits the Blouse Section that it is
a busy place thesa days. So many smart and unusual types of blouses are on
display and prices are so reasonable for quality blouses that customers from
far and near are making selections not only for immediate but for future '
wearing. Crepe de Chine and Georgettes are shown in numerous pleasing
models and shades. Lingerie waists are also well represented. Prices range
from - 98c to $17.75
Stylish Dress Skirts
Many are now replenishing their wardrobe with an extra skirt or two. Wheth
er one likes a tailored skirt of woolen fabric or a soft clinging style made of.
silk, the values offered here provide a good opportunity to improve one's ap
pearance at small cost. Prices range from..... $7.50 to $24.75
1. OL do.
WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
Specials at January Sale
BUSTER BROWN SHOE STORE
A VISIT TO THIS STORE WILL CONVINCE YOU OF THE REAL BAR
Reg. $16.50 to $18
Many shades and com
Women s Shoes
Reg. $12.50 to $14
Dressy Street Boots.
Greatly reduced. Fine
assortment to choose
Regular $6.50. Sale
Regular $5.75. Sale
Reg. $7.50, Special
Regular $10.00, now
gram FOOTWEAR IfS?