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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920.
Of State Bench
Called by Death
Or., March " 1". "SN'il-
Galloway, resident of Oregon
years, died here last
m at the home of his son Francis
7o!loway. He was 75 years old.
' judge Galloway had been in fall
m health since tho death ot his
L - year ago, and his passing was
t entirely unexpected, lie had gone
The Dalles last Monday.
Born in Wisconsin in June, 1S45.
lain Calloway came west across the
Si by ox team with his father and
'other at the age of T years. He
"the youngest in a family of nine.
The family settled in Yamhill county,
' the father engaged in farming.
Yamhill StJhool Taught
At the age of 1 Mr. Galloway was
. bellbov for pack trains which
Juwd the rugged trails through Ore
no, Idaho and Montana, taking sup
plies to the mining cams of the
mountain districts. -
He entered Willamette -untversltj
, jhg age of 19 and was graduated
with the class of 18C8. Following his
Khooling he returned to Yamhih
county, where 1 taught school for
leveral years and engaged in farming
with an older brother. Frank V. Gal-
'"inHT he married Miss Emma
Baker in Yamhill county, and in 1876
he was elected to the lower branch
o( the state legislature, serving for
three consecutive sessions as a np
reentative from Yamhill county. .
. He quit farming in' 1885. and in
1890 was elected county judge of
Yamhill county. He did not run for
re-election, but was the: democratic
candidate for governor of Oregon in
1894, being defeated by. William P.
Land Receiver Office Held
In 1896 he .was appointed receiver
of the land office at Oregon City
and served under the government
until 1903, when he returned to Yam
hill county. ' ' '
In 1904 Judge Galoway was elected
circuit judge of the old third judicial
district and was. re-elected in 1910.
He retired from active participation
In public life after the completion of
his second term as circuit judgw.
During his early days in Yamhill
county Judge Galloway owned ware
houses at McMinnville'and was one
of the largest grain operators in that
section of the state at that time,
Following the death of his wife a
year ago last January . Judge Gallo
way went to Salem to live with his
son, Charles V. Galloway, who was
state tax commissioner until, he re
signed last October.
Judge Cornea to Portland
When the son moved to Portland,
where he is now engaged in the bank
ing business, Judge Galloway went
there and had been living at his son's
home until he came to The Dalles to
visit his other son last week.
Judge Galloway is survived by
three children, Charles V. -Galloway,
Portland; Miss Zilpha V.. Galloway, a
medical student of I'ortland, and
Francis V. Galloway, district attor
ney of Wasco county, Charles V.
Galloway left for The Dalles last
Although funeral arrangements
have not been completed, it is prob
able that the body will.be sent "to
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
McMinnvUle. where services will be
held nearly the early family home of
the pioneer jurist.
; Acceptance of the recommendations
nade by the special committee named
by Governor Olcott to investigate the
iffairs of the state industrial accident
commission in its report of January
10. has resulted in the "speeding up"
it work In all departments of the com
mission, according to a report submit
ted to the governor's office Tuesday.
Acting under these recommenda
tions overdue contributions to the
workmen's compensation fund have
been reduced from 879.093.97 on
January 30, 1919, to 822.038.01 at the
present time; judgments against de
linquent contributors have been in
creased from 89,899.47 to 817,598.65;
the time elapsing between the date of
accident and the payment ot compen-.
sation has been reduced from 46.52
days to 23.61 days; contributions .
made more promptly than ever before
and the cooperation between contrib
uators, beneficiaries and the commis
sion has been greatly increased.
"The committee has also made a
number of minor additional recom
mendations and these have been made
effective with one exception," the re
port states. "As to this one exception
we believe a change In the law is nec
essary and the commission purposes
to present this matter when amend
ments are made to the uct in the fu
ture." - , . '
9 ' Revisions' Planned.
Portland, Or., Mar. 17. At a con
ference of employers of Oregon here
Tuesday a committee of eleven was
named which in turn will select five
men who will be recommended to Gov
ernor Ben W. Olcott for annointmrm
on a committee of 15-to revise the
state compensation act. The commit
tee of 15 will consist of five repre
senting the employers, five represent
ing labor and five representing the gen
its loft at the seaplane
Tugs picked up the "shipwrecked"
aviators and towed the plane back to
Girls! Buttermilk Creates
Xo Fuss. Just Try it Tills Jicw-Way.
The first application of Howard's
Buttermilk Cream will astonish you.
It creates beauty almost like magic,
hut the most wonderful thing about it
Is the fact that whilst It. turns the
dullest and most lifeless complexion
to radiant boauty and makes red or
rough arms snowy white, yet there Is
not the slightest sign of its use after
application. It actually vanishes from
S'Sht and the most heated atmosphere
Ml! not produce the least shininess or
sreasiness of the skin. ...
It Is absolutely harmless and will
wither produce or stimulate the
inowth of hair. Within twenty four
hours this wonderful combination
railed Howard's Buttermilk . Cream
Till work a marvelous transforma
tion. Get a small quantity today at any
Bood drug store or toilet goods coun
ter.' The directions are simple and It
eostti so little that any girl or woman
ean affor dlt. In addition the manu
facturers authorize every druggist to
turn the purchase money unless the
rir application shows noticoablo im
provement, so be sure to try it at our
"Pens. . ' , , i - .
News of Airplane
Wreck to Base
Honolulu, T. H., March 16. A car
rier pigeon released from a disabled,
falling army seaplanae here recently
reached Luke Field aviation station
four miles distant with a message
telling of the mishap fifteen minutes
after the plane started its plunge.
While Lieutenants Lester J. Mait-
land and Marion Elliott and their
mechanic were over the city at an
altitude of about 1900 feet, a crank
shaft broke with . a strong backfire
that sent a streak of flame out behind
the plane for a distance of thirty feet.
As the machine headed downward
in a sharp glide, Lieutenant Elliott
scribbled a note telling of the acci
dent, attached it to the leg of a car
rler pigeon carried tor just such pur
poses and started the bird on Its
trip home to Luke Field. Fifteen
minutes later the bird lighted at the
ATLAXnCS WAVES MEAStRED
The size of the waves of the Atlantic i
ocean has been carefully ascertained
as a result of extensive investigations
made by the officers of the hydrogra
phlc office of the fnited States navy
department. Tn height, we are assured,
theso waves usually average 30 feet,
but in rough weather they will attain
some 40 to 48 feet. During storms
they are frequently from 500 to 600
feet long and endure 10 or 11 seconds.
The longest wave measured by trje
hydrographic office officials was half
a mile, and it did not siend itself for
Sixty-five high schools in Idaho, Ore
gon and Washington are correspond
ing with the schools of Chile through
the Junior Red Cross.
if you wisli
No; we won't say that
Schilling - Tea - makes 300
cups or 400 cups to the
pound. : We could say more,
and could say less.
We don't know how large
your cups are, nor how
strong you like your tea,
nor what flavor you like
for instance: Ceylon-India
makes many more cups than
When we say a thing,
we like to know what we're
isut we ttift say this; a
pound of Schilling Tea
makes so many more cups
than a pound of common
tea, that it is really cheaper
There are four flavors of Schilling
Tea Japan, Ceylon India, Oolong,
English Breakfast. All one quality. In
parchmyn-lined moisture-proof packages.
At grocers everywhere.
A Schilling & Co San Francisco
Cause untold suffer
ing that could be
. , of 6ie ot Ilea) Property " ",;
: Sotlee is hereby given that the un
dersigned, Margaret Burrougns, : at
fu"llan of the person and estate of
uian D. Burroughs, a minor, pur
"J" o license duly made and enter
"e county court of the state
, Y&n for Marion county, on the
-""a day of February, 120, shall
i? and aftr " 3 1 day March
"-'. proceed to sell at private sale
r cash, subject to the confirmation
j "a'i curt, the undivided half In-
inn".0' the 8aW ward ln.nd t tn
fiZ!"8 descrHed premises, towit:
winning at the southwest corner
t number 7 In block .number 31
On, Clty ot Sa'om. Marion county.
io " runnlnK ' thence nf
n the west boundary line of t -.
twenty one and a half tet;
n east parallel -with the .south
wnndary Une of Mid lot to the weBt
block 'he aIley runnin" through said
K ' thence south , along the west
said alley, twenty one and a
aid i . t0 the "oulheast corner of
line t thence west along the south
in ald Iot to the V,ac ot beehv
k,ILubJoct to dower estate of
fiSlrt M" n-oughs therein,
as to purchase the Interest of
W tZtd ia aid ral property via
jJfewed by said guardian at her
r!f North Commercial
fro ,em- Marlon county, Oregon,
.VT nd ftr the 31st day of March
""til sold. .
d this 2d day of March, 1820.
f Jur or and estate
an D- Eurroushs, a minor.
it is now pretty generally
conceded that a great majority
of .the suffering that the nu
man family undergoes, comes
through ignorance, and hence
could be avoided. '
This sounds like a Droaa
statement, and yet it. is only
too true. So many people are
dragging through life the vic
tim of some chronic ailment
that is either misunderstood or
mistreated., when ; intelligent,
rotiAnai treatment would re
stre them to their : normal
healthy condition. ::
Diseases oi ine sui nre
from beneath the surface,
hence . they can be reached
only by remedies that pene
trate down lo their very
flition of vour skin depends en
tirely upon the condition of
your blood. Hence when you are
afflicted witn wnat is common
ly called a skin disease, you
mav be sure that the real trou
ble is with your blood, and must
be treated through the blood, it
you expect real rational reliet
' v . . ....
, S. S. S. is the most saimrao
tory remedy for diseases of
the skin bocaoso it is the
mostth orough blood remedy
ever discovered. It searches
out and removes all Impuri
ties from the blood.
Mr. Joe Katorkin, a leading
furniture dealer of San Antonio
Tovfts. writes: "After bix
uik of continued use of S. S
s . and . bathing the affected
nsrtj aa directed by you. I wish
to advise you that I am wholly
relieved of the miseraoie dis
ease which has afflicted me for
mr,ri thun twelve years. I can
highly recommend S. S. S. to
nvrtn. and 1 wisn to man iuu
for the personal advice given me
in my case, whicn was positive
If you are afflicted with ec
zema, tetter, erysipelas, nng-i
tt'nrma. Dimples, acne, scaly
prtwtions. boils, irritations of
the skin, or other similar disor
And right here-lies the secret
of so much continued suffering
from so-colled skin diseases.
Simply because the disorder is
manifested by irritation, itch-,-
onri nftMi a . breaking out
i r,,Vn nt th surface
of the 'tit to ynfd f e,xpect,y
Oi ine BKin, .c h locaj appiica.
eainio pei ev., 8 Va wal' , and the sooner you dis-
SKSEr card their use. the sooner you
aisoraer. . , , ... y. the roaj to recovery,
XXC Wood remedy
A tlTmraMAv direct to the seat .of the
Sn are severe, that you trouble, and . by cleansing the,
fed LISeTto 5 almost any-;blood of all impurities and di
thinXWe?S that is why ease germs,, it keeps the skin
voufeupof local treatment of free from infection, and re
yV?Z?Jir. lha and stores it to its normal, healthy
Selves, UUl"V .. -
YI..A. iLAnA AmU"1 1P9
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BET uon the trouble, be- write fulbr to Chief .Medical A
cause your disease comes from viser, ut o
far below the surface. The con- lanta, Ga.-Ad.
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