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STATE NEAR $17,000
n, legislative orgy In which the
u. makers of the state engaged last
Lk cost the tax payer, of Ore
. east $17,000 In direct xpen-
-reach $20,000 before .U the
T,m are finally rounded up.
T. and per diem of the legisla
!CJago ana p h ith . k
ftfthe twd houses during the
I0. ,., 12789 to the ex-
C account. Printing bills, and
Taars for the sossion Is estimated
,t cost of $1000 while the printing
L binding of the laws enacted by
SL WSsion and the Journals of ths
WH1 cost another $3000. Sup
litai for the session cost approximate
w600. TWae items, together with
tt extra Janitor service and numer
" other expenses Incident to the as
Lmbling of the solons have already
. grand total of $15,800. In
dications instituted by the session
d which will be charged as part of
a, expense of the session, are ex
Meted to bring the cost of operating
the legislative mill for the six days
Md night close to' the $20,000 majrk.
Additional appropriations approved
v, the session and already filed with
the secretary of state's office amount
to $479,458.85 w,tn still other bills
involving appropriations awaiting ac
tion by the governor.
' The following opinions were hand
ed down by the supreme court this
Robert N. Parks et al vs Wm. R.
Smith et al, appellants, appeal from
lane county; suit to foreclose mort
gage. Opinion by Justice Bean. De
cree of Judge G. F. Sklpworth modi
fied by elimination of attorney's fc'es
1 Andy Erickson vs City of Marsh
field et al, appellants; appeal from
Coos county; suit to recover money
retained by city as bail; opinion by
Justice Johns. Judge John S. Coke
Montesano Lumber and Manufac
turing company, appellant, vs Port
land Iron works; appeal from Multno
mah county; action for the convers
ion of personal property; appeal from
Judgment of non-suit; opinion by
Justice Bean; Judge W. N. Gatens af
firmed. Robert Looney et al vs James K.
Sears et al, appellant; appeal from
Gilliam county; petition for rehearing
denied in opinion by Justice, Burnett.
George Gardner vs City of Port
land et al, appellants; appeal from
Multnomah county; suit in equity
seeking cancellation of assessment
levied upon property to aid In pay
ment of paving Holgate street. Opin
ion by Justice Burnett Judge W. N.
Gatens reversed and case dismissed.
Ukase Investment company et al vs
City of Portland et al, appellants; ap
peal from Multnomah county; writ
of review seeking to overturn ordl
jance assessing property relative to
taprovement of Holgate street; opin
ion by Justice Burnett. Judge W. N.
Gatens reversed and case remanded.
Joseph Rohrbacher, appellant, vs
IH. Strain; appeal from Multnomah
onty; suit In equity to set aside a
. Opinion by Justice . Burnett;
4 J. P. Kavanaugh affirmed.
10 REPLY TO
ALLIES II FEW DAYS
oaLmgUe' Jan' 20'-The demand
the a,,, HoUand fQr g(jr
"ached TL h61, Emperor W,lllam
tto SIk HagUe late Saturday night
Mac. c!n7. secretary of the
2,nc6' The Dutch govern-
jesterday acknowledged its re-
er to th .,, ai an an-
d for ! a"ea, deman "Pn Hol
,K,ri ltta of fer Em--"""wdayl"'
igb,etnnt.'Ab0lnB advIsea ln
Bjes Await Soldiers If
"rou of e-toKii i. "ervice men'
"bt4l flftvtaobli,,hln'f 'arm homes
""Wion Torn. t" .tracte on xl9
J 'WPr" tioV ih A0'000 reclama
wmmut" . ?UW way8 ana
" WnifA ... iVT ln tne west mlKht
2 ' land. Wi,h71ClaIm ,-00"."
w0f ArCa. hi v"-nor Camb-
"". on the Una.8"1 01 BMJ
a 1 1 rm JVr
! v.. . r m .
The Willamette university glee club
Women Urged to
Forget Idea of
Lure of Dress
New Tork, Jan. 20. Women were
urged to lower the cost of colthes by
aoannomng the world-old tradition
that thev must dress t'o capture the
fleeting fancy of the male" or m t
ao otners or their sex. in an ml,1,- will leave next Thursrtav mnminir
today by Helen Louise Johnson, edi- January 29. for a two weeks tour of
tor or the General Federation Maga- 'astern Oregon and southern Wasa
zine, before the Columhla tty,i,,,-.i,. ington. Thev will irivj -n,,
Institute of Arts and Sciences. Lower Gollendale. Wash., the 29th, at Was
prices could be brought about h... , Ore., the 30th. and at Arllnirtnn
ed in her talk on "The Ethics of Dress" tne JlsC They wi" sing Feb. 2 at
oy me adoption of a standardized rA. ;ermiston, at Pendleton the 9(L and
tume. iat Athena the 4th.
"Man," Miss Johnson said, "can ' Milton, Feb. B, they will give a mat
dress properly and becomingly on a lnee at Pasc. Wash;, and sing at
limited number of suits. Hla re.i.-. , Kennewick the evening of the th.
ing seems to be that beaut J unadorned Performances will be given at Sun
is adorned the most. Hi sclothea are nslde February 7, at Yakima the 9th
far from beautiful." and at Ellensburg the 10th. It is pos-
Women would become les rnn.ni. B1I1' that they will sing in Seattla
uous and more impressive bv wearing ana rernerton later.
standard dress, she declared, fir "the i elee club is Erected by Dr.
active, healthy woman creates a spirit-iJonn R' sites" dean of tha school of
ual impression by simplifying her dress !music- Most ot the members are ex
and thus enhancing her facial beautv Derlnced. a number having returned
wiiiia uor i use auvancea sister clings I Uco,Ucb uiums wuu were
... w.w .uu moi civi . new memoers
are Ros Miles, baritone; Ben Rickle,
second tenor, and Vernon Backett,
The returned service men are Lor
en Basler, baritone; Everett Craven
and Fred McGrew, basses, and Herald
fc-mmel, first tenor. Miss Evelyn De
Long Is acting as accompanist.
The program consists of numbers
by the glee club, a piano solo by Miss
ueL,ong, Bpeclal solos by Floyd Mc-
Intire and Vernon Sackett, a cornet
solo by Loren Basler, and selections
by the varsity male quartet, Francis
Cramer, Mclntire, Edwin Socolofsky
and Fred McGrew. Emmel and Crav
en stage a vaudeville stunt which
keeps the audience in a roar of laugh
ter for several minutes, the program
lasts two hours, and is always declar
ed too short
Laughridge, Eloise Wright and Alice' sent to th rr,nn
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 21, 1920.
10 TOUR SOUTHERN ,
Claxton. Older pupils were Evelyn
Poulson. Thelma Peed, Marion Rob
erts, Georgia Sneed, Jeanette Olson,
Alice McKinnon, Flayvella Haines,
Hazel Glaser, Marion Rowley, Evelyn
Kinnanian, Mary McKinnon, Loyal
Gray, Lucile Anderson and Blanche
Both Texas and Oklahoma claimants
threaten to shoot anyone who inter
iors with their occupation of the prop
erty, he claimed.
to the older dress forma"
TAKEN AFTER THEFT
Earl Young, 13, and Austin Hender
son, 14, tWO boys Who escaneri SimAnv
from the Fraser dentention home In
Portland, were captured near Marion
Monday by Deputy Sheriff B. R. Smith
The boys were apprehended after they
nau uroKen into a store at Marion.
Deputy Smith happened to be in the
vicinity on subpoena service and
caught the runaways within an hour
after they had robbed the store.
The boys had taken several articles
from the store, including $3 in cash, a
watch, a ring and various supplies.
iney are being held by the sheriff's
office and will be turned over to rep
resentatives from the detention school
Young Henderson was formerly at
the state training school hear Salem.
Earl Young is said to have iourned to
Oregon from Oklahoma, his committ
ment to the Fraser home endlns his
search for adventure. .
IIUNS ACCEPT PROPOSALS
Berlin, Jan. 20. Allied nronosals
that there be a postponement of five
days in preparations for the occu na
tion of Upper Silesia, Allenstein, Ma
rlenwerder, Memel and Danzig have
been agreed to by the German gov
ernment Transport delays made this
Is an exaggerated form of Grip, LAX
ATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets
should be taken' In larger doses than
la prescribed, for ordinary Grin. A
gi od plan-is not to wait until you are
sick, but PREVENT IT by taking
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab
lets ln time. (Adv)
She "Diamond Dyed" All Her Old.
Faded Apparel Just Like New
Don't worry about perfect results.
Use "Diamond Dyes", guaranteed to
give a new, rich, fadeless color to any
fabric, whether It be wool, silk, linen,
cotton Ait mixed goods dresses,
blouses, stockings, skirts, children's
coats, feathers, draperies, coverings.
The Direction Book with each pack
age tells so plainly how to diamond
dye over any color that you can not
make a mistake.
To match any material, have drug
gist show you "Diamond Dye" Color
rub the forehead -and
"YOUR BODYGUARD" - 30'. 60f. ! 20".
Miss Dalson s Piano Pupils
Heard In Two Recitals Here
Two inteerstlng piano recitals were
given recently by the pupils of Miss
Lena Dotson. The first evening was
given over to the junior pupils, the
older students appearing in recital the
following evening. Numbers on both
occasions wero rendered in a creditable
manner giving evidence of careful
The younger pupils who took part
were Paul Allen, Louise Allen, Frances
Harlan, Eugene Harlan, Howard Rib
erts, Gertrude Herrell, Aubrey Craw
ford, Howard Kurtz, Evelyn Cum-
mlngs, Eleanor Wright, Janice McKin
non, Elizabeth Bennett, Katherine
FORD TRUCK WITH TWO TON
ATTACHMENT. RUNS LIKE A
OSCAR B. GINGRICH
MOTOR & TIRE CO.
87t Court Streetr Phone 3R
WAR OVER TEXAS 0!L
--LANDS IS FORESEEN
Austin, Texas, Jan. 80. Serious
threats by claimants of oil lands in
dispute between Texas and Oklahoma
that they will take the law in their own
hands, present possibilities of fighting
along the Texas-Oklahoma boundary,
eaia W.-.A.- Keeling, assistant attorney
general, today and rangers have been
HOME OF THE VICTROLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's. '
. AT THE
251 North Commercial
Chinese Medicine and Tea 0
Hat medicine which will cure any
Open ftandays from 10 A, IL
until 8 P. M.
163 South High fit
Salem, Oregon. Phone 281
How to Save Your Tires
A Goodyear tire expert will be at 208 South
COimnercial street all day, to talk with you about
He gives a free illustrated talk at 10 a. in., 3
p. m. and 7:30 p. m. on the manufactured care of
tires both for. passenger cars and trucks and. the
: proper use of tire savers.'
In a half hour you can learn much about tire
conservation. Don't fail to hear this man sometime
during the day.
His advice will make your visit here well worth
Remember the day, January 24th.
VALLEY MOTOR CO. ,
Thousands Have Discover J
J)t. Edwards Olive Tablets
- Are a Harmless Substitute
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are the
result of Dr. Edwards' determination
not to treat liver and bowel complaints
with calomel. For 17 years he used
these tablets (a vegetable compound
mixed with olive oil) in bis private
practice with great success.
They do all the good that calomel
does but have no bad alter effects. No
pains, no griping, no injury to the
gums or danger from acid foods yet
they stimulate the liver and bowels.
Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
when vou feel ' loev'" and "heaw."
L Note how they clear clouded hrain and
perk up the spirits, lUc and Zx a box.
Baby Sleeps at Night
when the stomach works naturally and
bowels move Ireely. Mrs. Winslow's Sir
up is especially recommended for quick
ly overcoming wind colic, diarrhoea,
constipation, flatulency, and other dis
orders. Help baby's digesuon by e-ving
Ts. latW ai CbiUm'i RiccUtor
and note the health-buildin.T derp t!--t
follows. Nothing better for tic h
time. This remedy contains no r .
narcotics, alcohol or any harmiu'
- - 'rfients. The formula is r
; of this safe, vegetable r
At all drascisC
J. O. Perry
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ffflSMI THE RED
LOOK FOR 0
THE RED HAIL H
TRADE MARK J
1 Rfearms Ammunition
What is a good tea for
The kind 'you like, un-
' less you like common tea
j which is full of tannin
you know tannin is tad
for the insides.
i Fine tea has very little
tannin; and you don't get
! even that little unless you
1 steep it too long.
Schilling Tea is the fine
tea with real tea-flavor.
j There are four flavors of Schilling
j Tea Japan, Ceylon India, Oolong,
English Breakfast. All one quality. In
i parchmyn-lined moisture-proof packages.
At grocers everywhere.
A Schilling & Co San Francisco
TUBES AND ACCESSORIES
Valley Motor Co.
We own and offer subject to prior sale
City of Salem
5 Refunding Bonds
Dated Jan. 30, 1920 Denomination $1000, $500
Maturities And Prices
(Accrued Interest To Ba Added , . .
$3500 Jan. 20, 1921 J100.15 $3500 Jun. 20, 1926 $108,77
$3500 Jan. 20, 1922......4100.29 $3500 Jun. 20, 1927 $100.89
$3500 Jan. 20, 1923 $100.42 $3500 Jun. 20, 1928... $101.00
$3500 Jan. 20, 1924 $100.64 $3500 Jan. 20, 1929 $101.09
$3500 Jan. 20, 1925.. $100.68 $3500 Jan. 20, 1930 ..101.17
Yielding about 4.857o
Delivery may be arranged through any Salem Bank
Ralph Schneeloch Company
Lumbermen's Bldg. Telephone Brodway 5298
" PORTLAND, OREGON.
Unusual Value -In Tires
for Small Cars
Kf l W. Wit II I I
tr ' ' ... . '
Not only is characteristic Goodyear merit
conspicuous in Goodyear Tires for small cars
but ordinarily the first cost is found to be
not greater than that of other tires; often it
is actually less.
The combination of unusual value in first1
cost and very low final cost, of course, is a'
result of Goodyear experience, expertness
and care employed as insistently in the
making of 30x3', 30x3y2- and 31x4'inch tires
as it is in the construction of the famous
Goodyear Cord Tires used. on. the highest!
priced automobiles. . ' .
For this reason morecarsusing these small
sizes were factory equipped last year with
Goodyear Tires than with any other kind
Get this unusual tire value to enjoy on your
tbrd, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other
small car, at the nearest Goodyear Service
Station. Get these tires and Goodyear Heavy
Tourist Tubes at this station
6x3 Goodyear Double-Cure
03Vi Ooodyotr Single-Cure
Fabric, Anti-SUd Trcmd -
Goodyear Heavy Touriit Tubea are thick, ftroof tube that
reinforce caiingi properly. Why rUk a good eating with a
cheap tube I Goodyear Heavy Touriit Tubet coot little mora
than tube of 1cm merit. 30i3'a tiza in wtttr- A'JQQ