Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, April 09, 1920, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    ;t tun an'
Famine Will End
Strike Declares
Union President?
ih addition of some three and on office were attempting to put him in of slates M'fae his formal petition for nt :
nan miles 01 n:.w pipe line. a coll last sunaay. r""- -
The city of North Powder has slsol The order Drovidea for the inssitu- candidate f..r re-election.
submitted clans and specifications! tion nf a school in which new ami in-' It nix platform Bucht
for tin- posi
i few l.,s. h '
if! So
far .Mr. Kvar.s is the only oik
hatchery when completed. The appli
cation asks for iormi.sion to ep,.. .
pi-iaie water from the Santinm river
and from Stout creel!.
for a. new water supply. The water is 1 experienced officers will be jrfveu in-i nominated and elected, to continue, to. to annoume
his intention of iipposim;
Chicago, Apr. . Famine wilt end
the rail strike if the men "refuse to
listen to reason." 8. K. Hebcrlinsc. in
ternational president f the
to be pumped from wells into a tana
of 50.0US Kallons capacity.
The state engineer has been asked
the slate health board to pass o:i
I plans for a proposed Gravity watr
j system and a sewer system to be in
stalled by the Aiwa River Lumber
! company at lis camp at Alpine i.
, : , 'Karl Race, present city i-ecorocr.
the race this election, .nr. i;.ce in
reelection to the olfu-e several
men's union of North America, deelar-'
ed today Just before (coins into a mass! TrlnfA PnlfrP
meeting to address 2u sinking mem-; Wl HUItl 1 CliCC
bers of his organisation. J Rp In tfrilHPi
It would be Dosslble under the i U UC JftOl UKCU
MniMlnn F:ieh pintain l administer tile commission s
! ... . I v: I- .i...t j...;.... i fin a jiminil business IkISIS and as CCO
IV IK UUW Jill 1 1 1 ' II II UII II llll.l. 3 tf I.M i .
....... i ....... ;....ii.. .... i n.i.d;t.iii niih the mib- i tor
now 10 jieriorm mem, aecoruinj? lo tne -- ' i ... ,
order. He welfare; will aggressively confine j'" aB
Chief Jenkins' order forbids the ; n.v e.imiMiit n for ample alKH-aiion anu
strikinv of a prisoner in the s ation equitable Jis:riliution of cars for Ore
house. He nlwi orders the us: of the pon s industn.s and lumber shippers
p.nroi waKun in laitin;; an unruly pris .'d strive as in the past to protect und
oner to the station. Persons under the' advance the state s interests." :
influence of liquor must always be tak-! -Merit ami eiiicicnc) win oe ni umj , t-( jjov LcdKerwood of Stayton,
en to the police station in the patrol consideration in employing tne com-, fish waracn in charge of the new
an i.ermny il,, ,
increased in lesier ral
en. In 44-..h in. .
women's wage w ' v
" " in Remember li'i
IV ater Asked For
Santiam Hatchery
; wagon, iKVordine to the order.
In Arrest Methods
terms nf the transportation act to ar
rest these responsible for the strike for
conspiracy, but I do not think suchj i-rtland. Or., Apr. 9. All members
drastic measures will be necessary." of ,,. i.orlinu 1M)liw bureau are to be
he continued. "The men will be in the j ilu,,rU(.tPd , ,he pruper methods of
bread line In two week unless they bo; nttmlljmf M.0,,ie all( making arrests,
back to work. I according to an order issued bv t'hief
II me striae continues mucn longer
Buchtel In Race
For Re-Election
To State Berth
mission's staff and equity will be my
guide in the adjustment of the rates
,and service nf all utilities and railroads."
Evans To Seek Job
As City Recorder
hatchery now Hearing completion on
the Santiam river near Stayton. called
at the state engineer's office Thursday
relative to an application f " tsc ap
propriation of water for use in the
v .
(he pu)lk will (h'mar.d guvt rnnit-nt ac
lion and prostM-utlcm of the parties
guilty of hftvincr t'ttuwU all this suffi-r-hifS.
The irfst thins the trainiin can
tio Jh return lo work today."
Articles of association were tnei
with the state corporation depart
ment here Thursday by the Portland
.Caterer's association. Officers of the
association are Joel H. Coe. presi
dent; K. M. Crlssell, first vice presi
dent; I. L. Rean, second vice presi
dent; Krank W. Reach, secretar..
Ueasurer. Corporations filing articles, Thurs
day, were:
Hoover and Peterson, Inc., Port-!
Hind; 13000; V. H. Peterson, A. A.
Hoover, and Dora R. Hoover. '
Klsley, Starkweather lilack Real- '
ty company, Porthind; fl.KHi; .liilm '
F. Risley, H. !. Starkweather mil
Ada R. Starkweather. '
Veribest Laundry company, I'm'-i
nd; $1000; A. C. Preble, N. M. Tod 1
K. P. Currey, J. L. Losey and Sam- j
lei Lee. I
Oregon Foundry Co., I'nitlan T, j
tlG.OOO; II. I0. Harris. Milloii I!. Hen
derson and II. T. droves.
Tlie capital slock uf tin- Cltil.e Th
ater Co., Inc., Albany, liaa been in
rroascil fn.m 1 ." . 0 '( n lo ?:iO.U(l, a.
ordlnu to a certiflcale filed here.
Resolutions nf iUhhiiIiiUmii were fl!
td liy the Korest drove fruit (ini.v
rs liKsoelatinn, Korest drove, nn:lj
the Kslncaila Really Co., Msby-ada.
Enterprise Asks
State To Approve
Water System Plan
The city uf Kmerprise lias suhunl-!
ii il to the Mate cliKlneer'n nfilee f.-i !
approval hi mm cnveiiii'; a new mil-j
tut-i : I wan r supply wliirh m now j
lltdcr conleiiiplatliili. 'I he jitri tin Iti j
eluili) ll main pipe line I'uui' i i I
lonir through ivhli h the water mip-1
ply will be diverted from the Wallowa '
river to it reservoir. The illstrlliuilon
In the city will also l.e exlended by
Asking for a wcond term as a mem-;
ber of the Oregon public service com- William 1). Kvans. It'll .Mill street
of Police Jenkins. The order was the 1 mission on the strength of hi past rcc-i former owner of the Commercial
result of the shake-up in the police j ord of "constructive business adminis-' book store, will be a candidate, for
bureau following the alleged accidental; tration in the public" interest." Fred gJ city recorder of Salem in the prinia
shootiug and killing of Wayne Cason j Ruchlel, present chairman of the com-; ries. he told a represcntaiive of th
in the lobby of the police station while mission, today filed with the seoretar Capital Journal today. .Mr. Kans liar
Toasted Corn Flakes ft
Happy! Boys and girls love the
famous flavor of Kellogg's Toasted'
Corn Flakes, and Nature gives them
the rich, energy-making value she stores
in fine white corn. Select I
the "waxtite" package with
this signature
Every grocer everywhere
Jv. sells Kellogg's every tiay.
"Let's top it off with a good smoke"
NOTHING touches the spot like a good esterfield
smoke and nothing can touch
Chesterfields for genuinely "satisfying" body
and flavor.
In Chesterfields the finest of silky, aro
matic Turkish and rich, mellow Domestic
tobaccos are blended to bring out a new and
finer quality of flavor.
. Now you know why Chesterfields "Satisfy!"
And because this blend is exclusive and cannot
be copied, only Chesterfields can "satisfy!"
Each package is wrapped in moisture-proof,
glassin paper that keeps all of the original
flavor intact.
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4c II' Vill i! l:ltS IHXii
If you have rimrlng, Inna- if
lng noises In your ens, are v
If. KottiiiK hard of hearing ami ,f
feur ratai'ilial deafness, go to
your druggist and get 1 ounce
M of Puriiiliit (double Hlrenglh) :n
and m.I.I to It i, pint nf hot i
Wuler und u little granulal- :
ed sugar. Take I tiihli m.imiii- -J(
fill four limes a day. if
This will often bring ipil. k V
relief from the distressing ;jc
head noises. Clogged nostrils !
should open, breathing be-
euine easy and the mucus stop 'f
dropping lulu the throat. It is
easy to prepare, costs little f
and is pleasant to take. Any ',
one who has catarrhal trim- :'f
hie of the ears, Is hard of li
. hearing or has head noises
Ht should jjlve tills pieHei'l M toil a if
trial. (ad I
n v i
"'t l . uss '. rrr-
s. i vi n m
MT'aslssss ,, ,
When you
wt;,..-.;,-- .
hr I
.March Wnrsi Mouth for This Trouble ;
Ilow in Itcmove I'nslly
'fhereV n reasan why nearly every- ;
baily freckles in March, but happ'iy i
there Is h'so a n inety fur thes,' nelv j
blemishes, and no one need sl iv i
freckled. j
Simply net an ounce uf dtliine, ihm- j
We strength. Tram your druggist ai .1
apply a hide of it night and morula.;
end ill a few days you should s-e th,,!
even the worst freckles have bcgf i
to disappear, while the light ouch
have van shed entirely. Now is the
lime to t.d yourself of freckles, f ;
Jf not removed now they may si
all summer, and spoil an otherwK
beautiful conipleylun. Your money
back If mhlne fails. ( v,lv
' -K'--' K."'CT31JfcE3OTJsS':ir3
U . 1
uveraus eo on
mER three times as many men
1 as Uncle Sam's great army
-that's how
on overalls
lor a dear skin and good hair
ia coarse, rluKj;ed Krr, or one that
li dUfirured by an aiumying eruption,
there is nothinc heitt'rtli.m KKSINdL.
Bathe lit -t with KKSIVOt. StM'
then apply KKSINOI. Ol.NTMKNT
and you can In rraMHiahly jure i l a
peedy and re niiik.ilile impruvctnent.
Vetiafil Stie r. Ullr lur tli .Immiioo
fcnd. lu kffe tbt Kir lieliuuttnd lh. mu Ik
from djiidiuff. H !, I, v., u 4!if.,lr , inwm
tumiiiIH'B ot daedrutt. fiait S luir id itth
ertaiul wr l li.tu lt li. ip kes t.oie
Dcloit Uuiiti..iu. Atmu Jt(ttl4.
Phone 26S
I wear Elue Buckles
on every run. They're
tough as raw hide and
fit easy all the time."
Engineer tf the
10th CeBlury LimiicJ
-i ,i
uunns tne war-
many Americans put
every day.
16,000,000 men wear overalls in
the United States,
And of these 16,000,000 men,
more wear Blue Buckles than
ny other kind of overall.
They all want overalls that wear '
vell and fit easyoveralls that do
not rip or bind.
Just this sort of wear and comfort comes with
th'? Pau f ,Blue Buckles- They're made with
the toughest longest-wearing denim-and lots of
t-with Dtg double-stitched, rip-proof seams-with
Heavy brass riveted buttons, and loops and buckles
that won t come off. They are big and roomy, with
extra wide suspenders, big, convenient, reinforced
pockets, and a solid back band that holds the
-nape and prevents ripping.
oveSk0' B1UG BUCkleS next tune ra buy
'e Buckle Over Alls
freest selling overall in the world
I ws 4tl le u, , -
..-'.0 cn-r on,, bt i which .rMrcr.,lw' v,n aroit
S 'VMy msklnir me hat you n do- t.
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