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Survey By Federal Agents In
County Orchards Shows
Frost Bite Confined To Low
Lands In Scattered A reas
Advising, u a remilt of their survey Rood condition. The wood part of the
made Monday and Taeeday morning in filbert trees aeem uninjured, he said,
orchards both north and south of Sa- o far as the healthy normal tree Is
km. catienre and abitlnance from cut-1 concerned. On the uplands the fil-
tins; down the trees until the extent of b'rt" normal, the experts found.
watery and light form. Reaching the
tranches and leaves of the trees it
mixes with food particles stored there,
which causes it to find its way down
the tree o n the outside of the cam
bium to nourish the roots.
I layer cells, or sieve tubes of the cam
blura are dead, Mr. Reed said. thet
1 little chance for the tree to live be
cv use the sap would be unable to tra
vel down the tree by this route to the
roots. Trees where the cambium
dead, he said, may thrive for a time,
l(af out and even blossom, but will
die soon after.
Farms of Senator M oNary. Seymour
Jones, Senator Ichmund, Frank
Kurtx and Walter StolU ' In Kaiser
Bottom, north of this city, were visit
ed by Mr. Reed and Mr. Fisher. Or
chards owned by Frank HrubeU and
IU SALEM T
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1920.
Blue BloodedWclf HsJ
Enjoys Sslea "Bosp&Iify.
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their injury can be more clearly seen,' The south sides of the trees suffered q w aoutb of the city, also
C. A. Reed and U. IT, FUBer, federal mom iruiu mtn o ine cre ingpooted.
not and fruit experts, mads unques- storm. The damage extends from a, TnoM 0Kanberries that were trel
tlcnabia refutation of reports elreu- e inches below the enow line to up lleed during the- storm were found
lsted here several weeks ago of vast the branches and trees, they re- d,aj. wj,n9 others laying on the
damages. port. While the cambium of the trees ound Jn tairly g00i condition
The report made by Professor C. L to be, ?ead i"ow: Mr-" " now. V"
Wis. of the Oregon Growers Co-!"" w"u,a nM u7'"ro l"e po8i
operative association that the damage t'vely dead now- Rs 8tand "m
was confined largely to the lowlands .chnc 0 I"00?0!: ...
was confirmed by Mr. Reed, who de-' T; Refa refuUd thf "mmon sup
clared that he and Mr. Fisher had Position that sap ascends the tree from
found conditions in the county not so h ro,l!1 ln tJhe ff1?" ? d,ocen?a
heriou. . th.v hn t.t m ,.. th fal' an "aid that "this is only
Enpaeers Captured by -Reds
Waahincton. Feb. 10. American
true In some measure." , j engineers captured by the bolshevik!
Walnut, hi.. ,ff,.j ,. ,,, I ln ""P Ku up ui iree irum iuo tn Siberia wnoee lasi names were
. . m i ! ? th 'ves through the sap, given In a dispatch received yester
day from the America consular at
5S recent sunny weather, appears
to have exerted a good Influence up
on the contagious diseases in Salem.
There were so records. Monday af
ternoon or Tuesday, of new eases of
small pox or "flu" in Salem an 1 vicin
Dr. R. K. Pomeroy regards this
mm v. a mo Tvsy Ewa inaicauuu v iac
1 I.I - . . . .. . . .
onNuing oi mo ao-eaiiea epraemic.
out advises caution in risking posaiMe
contact,, as the "flu" is especially
City and school health officials are
still vaccinating ail applicants for
Immunization. The after effects of
tthe recent vaccinations are general
ly reported to be very mild and this
has resulted in the appearance ef
many children at the city health of
fices in the Oregon building. The par
ents of most of these children at first
hesitated to oonsent to the immun
ization,, but the good results have
recruited the ranks of the vaciuatud
persons, now totalling approximately
2100 persona in Salem.
A report from Barns, Or. states
that a physician in that town ha l
MO cases of "flu" under observance
at one time. Most of these oases were
mild and as in the case of the pres
ent appearance of the disease In Sa
lem, are much lighter than tn the
epidemic a year ago. No smallpox
cases have been recorded at Burns
during the present outbreak of the
disease in Oregon.
Mr. Reed said and asserted that he wood and not throu tne bark he ex.
could not hold out any hope for tne. lalned. When ft ,t , , a
recovery of most of the injured wal-
But trees, money appropriated by the Shackel-
The true extent of the Injury of fruit ford bill but there was no notice what-
trees cannot be determined just now, .ever that a vote for the Bean-Barrett
him to believe that the trees will make o control to Issue bonds to meet the
Harbin are believed at the chief of
army engineers here to be the fol
Major Frank Roscoe Blunt. Piano
I Til. !., . I- ) nWn tt Tannm a
Indications now shown lead bill was a vote to authorize the board ! !.J A 'Irl t1i.TJ , vi ni,'
ITT 0 'tit i Vyl Vi v v J vvs wv--
fnJt-n.. nria T lanlnnoni ft-l-e R
m t ii-iiie, vnuit w icbvitji Mill 111 nil t4uitvmiivw Vs ovmv u"u . -vi t
proDaoiiuy will survive, although the.aci.
struggle will be hard for several years,
retarding the productivity and growth
of the trees.
tn the lowlands, Mr. Reed said, fil-
Even undor the provisions of the
act of 1920 the issuance of bonds for
highway purposes is not mandatory
upon the board of control but is mere-
btrts have suffered considerable. The : ,y discretionary with that body. j.
catkins above the snow line in most originally introduced the bill "author-
it!! cases are dead, while the pistillate
flowers below the snow line are in
STATE GETS U. S.
Only the enactment Into law by the
special lngitlatlve session, of house bill
No. 74 enlarging the power of the
state board of control as conferred un
der ihe .ftean-Rarttitt h'll .of 1.917 to
Ized, empowered and directed" the
state board of control to Issue bond;
a', the ieiuent of the. s dtp highway
commission, Justice Hai-rU points out
but this was later amended to author
ise and empower the state board of
control "in its discretion" to Issue such
"In view of the language found lu
the act of 1920," concludes Justice
Mnrrls. "it is difficult to conceive of
a situation which would authorize the
Issuance of a writ peremptorily com
manding the state board of control to
sell the bonds. If, however, suoh a
situation is possible it Is not presented
here; for the record before us can
not support an order for a peremptory
writ of mandmus. The demurrer to
the alturnatlve writ is therefore sus
tained." , , '
The court, however ,1s Very careful
cover ait available federa post and """fZ
opinion that the new act
forest road funds has .saved to the
state of Oregon the 3,789,731.77 al
lotted to this state for post and forest
reads under the federal act of 1919.
In an opinion written by Justice Mar
e' oiiKh to Include all federal aid al
ready made available but omitting any
mention of tis inclusion of moneys
V an h-n4 j. v., 4u. s which iiuHiu up upprupruuea oy me
I: Al-h"a,1-?lW." ."y 0te0,n f"ral government for post and for-
McGinty, Wayzata, Minn.; Lieuten
ant William 8. Meredith, Aurora, 111.;
Lieutenant Etlenne A. Chevannes,
Knoxvlllo, Tann.; Lieutenant John
P.. Hosklnson, Dayton, Ohio.
Benjamin Franklin invented the har
While "Bla-ikstoco tie Mag!cian"
entertained an audience at the Grand
Monday night, the exsellent perform
anoe was perhaps not less enjoyed by
the audience, than was the special
free performance given T-jesday af
ternoon by one of the company's mem
This performance was not on Bek
stone's bill for either Monday or to
night and was given on the courthouse
lawn by Count Cfcarodie. Count Cha
rodie, as his name indicates, is a no
bleman. Be is a thorough bred Rus
sian wolf hound pup of royal lineage
Count Charodie's father is known in
blue blood kingdom as Lord Lasky.
while his mother bears the distin
guished title of Lady Veleska,
Despite golem's anti-canine atti
tude. Count Charodie enjoyed the
freedom of the court house lawn,
Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Blackstone. his
owner, had removed his leaeh and
Count Charodle lifted his aristocratic
nose to the heavens and enjoyed a
good romp on the green. The young
wolf hound seemed to be wen inform
ed as to the habits of Salem's dog
catching street commissioner, how
ever, for he never ventured very far
from his mistress.
Despite Charodie'a ter.ler age (13
weeks) he has Already appe red-before
the footlights, being used in some
of Blackstone's acts of black mystery.
Due to the fact that the influenza epi
demic is abating, a better attendance
1 fttttltlnJAA .A
given by the compel,
The ancient Greeks
The Gila monster tie.
. Peacocks- were regard j s
-na as one ct ;, fak,
greater delicaclea. ' t-
Just the kind that Mother used to TRY ta aak?
Try a loaf today and be convinced.
Bake-Rite Sanitary Bakery
457 State Street.
' MMM )tH4
', There are 101, 806 Indians in the fivs
tlvllizod tribes. '
supreme court Tuesday morning it Is
field that under the provisions of the
original Bean-Barrett act the state
board of control was limited In the Is
suance of state bonds to meet federal
et road projects In the future.
Other opinions were handed down
H. L. White appellant, vs City of
IshlnnJ , ,. 1 T.. ..
!P.fPJi?i m i th'lt, W-M."- -ty: suit to avoid liability for expense
L 11 u a 7tht prvMon: of street improvement. Opinion by
th 1 ,h. !iXb'' Justice Bean; Judge F. M. Culkjn. af-
whleh the Dean-Barrett act was Iii-,frme,j
tended V meet. . Sarah K. Tatterson appellant; ' vs
OouK nears Case. City of Ashland, appeal from Jnck-
The case was befors the supremo son county; suit to annul street as-
eourt on a mandamus proceedings by sessment. Opinion by Justice Bean.
vhlch the state highway commission '
was seeking to compel the state board Lorenzo Malplca r The Cannery
" """" "n 'onai ii,. supply company, appellant: annealed
ti u .vlu. i. , ub cuuiuy; suit to col
loct dnmagiis fur personal Injury. Opin
Ion by Juiitlce Johns; Judsio Ganton
bein nf firmed.
Dellah llodler vs Louis Hodler et
al, nppcal from Multnomnh county;
petition f.r rrht-arlng; rehearing de
nied but decree modified as to costs
in opinion by Juxtioe o.lhiiH.
L. O. Riggs et al v Klizabeth Ad
kins et al, appellant; uppeal from
Clackamas county; suit to require ad
ministrator and heir to hold land In
trust for plaintiffs pursuant to an al
leged agreement. Opinion by Justice
Burnett. Judge J. IT. Campbell revers
ed and ruse dlxmixsed,
t.'tah-idnho Sugar company vs Geo
W. Lewis et al, appellant; appeal from
Josephine. connvr ernn tn
charging wrongful taking and deten
tion of property. Optiilun by
Hnaon; Judge F. M. Calkins affirm-
When your doctor Bays
you are sick, take the
peri5criptio . to . Tyler.
We'll fill it accurately
Tyler's Drug Store
000,000 worth of bonds undar the pro
visions of the Bean-Barrett act. The
board of control had refused to com
ply with the request of the highwaj
commission bacause of the fact that
there had already been issued 11,00,
000 tn Itean-Harmtt bonds, leaving
tmlv $tao.S.B0 moro available of the
Shackelford fund. The highway com
mission, however, contended that the
IWan-llarrett act was sufficiently elas
tic In Its. construction to cover addi
tional federal appropriations mane
available after the piismim or h act
of 1917. This contention Is refuted In
the opinion of Justice Harris who up.
holds the stand taken by the sta,te
board of control, .
1 JudKCM Eiplulns eu
' '"The litis upeaks of only one federal
stct" and that net W the Shackelford
t-ill." declares Juntlce Harris In com
menting on ths provisions of the Bean.
Barrett act' "The title wn. In eff
. .tn, moraow or in legisia- Petitions for rehearing d uied In
- .... ., ,r , , niioenmcr va Silvestone; Wilcox vs
.u.norue tne state board Of, Warren Construction company; Thorn
control to Issue bonds in an amount Us vs Giebisch: Crow vs Abraham!
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TRANSFER CO. -
I; fhonb 1400
WB ALSO DO LOCAL
NEW DREAIilLAND RINK
- Sessions Daily . : ,
I - 1:30 p. m., 7:30 p. m. :
Friday. Feb. 6.
6 LBS. CRISCO
LIMIT 2 ONLY TO THE
y OLYMPIC FLOUR
1 SACK UMIT TO
FANCY BULK COFFEE
REGULAR 38c COFFEE
3 POUNDS FOR
10 POUNDS FOR
LIMIT 10 LBS. TO THE
sufficient to enable this stats to re-
relvs If Uiare of the fixed tsum of 'land.
I'kose Investment company vs 1'ort-
At 261 Court Street, Between Front and Commercial
We will pay top prices for eggs
At all times. We will handle your other produce a
little later. We also receive phone orders for Val
ley Brand fresh roasted coffee
Deliveries made every afternoon.
Thanking you in advance for your early patronage
R S. McNeill & Co.
2G1 Court Street, Don't forget the number !
"Verdict f those who; attended last night. - .
Held over by request, special feature tonight v
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Pnes 50c, 75c, and ?1.00 i-eats now on s-Je
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Sand, green, seal, brown, new blue,
per yard ...... ....., ....jgg
JAZZ SILK, a new silk and wool
crepe material, 40 inches wide, flame
Color, per yard 98 C
NEW PLAID SKIRTING 36 inches
Wide, per yard $J g(J
FLOWERED MERCERIZED TAP.
FETA, 36 inches wide, yd gj J(J ,
SERPENTINE CREEE--A new let
of rich and handsome assortment of
colors, yard ,.. :
FLOWERED SATEEN, 36 inches
wide, per yard
Our Prices Always the Lowest
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Commercial and Court Streets
Our Nice Line of
You will find some that will please you and the prices will certainly '0
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NOTE THESE ARTICLES ALSO
$1.49 T0 $7.50
You will find them in Voile, Crepe de
Chine and Georgette
" WOMENS VESTS
19c TO 19c
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS
59c TO S3.49