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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1919.
Come without warning
travel !n epidemics dangerous
and treacherous if neglected; '
La grippe frequently affects
the lungs and develops a persistent
wearing cough, which neglected, is
' foreboding alike.to old and young.
' Foley's Honey Tar
spreads warmth and comfort,
soothing the inflamed rasping sur
faces, easing tightness of the chest,
loosening the cough, helping to
raise and discharge phlegm without
exhausting effort. It is also good
for tickling throat, hoarseness,
bronchial coughs, night coughs and
chronic coughs of elderly people.
"After htvln in attack of la trippe. It left in with
severe couth, and 1 tried everything. 1 lost in
weithtand Sot so thin that it looked as thoujli I
would never tot well. I tried Foley's Honey and
Ter.and two bottlea cured m. 1 ura now well and
pack .my normal waisk." F. C Frevo,
FOR SALE BY
J. C. PERRY, 115 S. Commercial St.
1G9. By Hurley. To provide
far certification of irrigation and drain
age district bonds.
S. B. 170. By Bell. Eclating; to the
authority of county courts in connec
tion with the repair and construction
S. B. 171. By Shanks. To increase
Hie salaries of district attorneys in Gil
liam, Khermaa &nd Wheeler counties.
S. B. 172. By Wood. Fixing com
pensation for the county treasurer of
S. B. 173. Bv Wood. To provide
clerical assistance and traveling ex
penses for the county school superin
tendent of Washington county,
S. B. 174. By judicicry committee
Substitute for senate bill Nos. 82 and
Providing that county courts must
roceive bids for work, machinery and
materials m counties of 10,000 or more
An Attack Of Influenza
. Often Leaves Kidneys In
Boctors in all parts of the country
liavo been kopt busy with the epidemic
Of influenza which has visited so many
- homes. , t '
The symptoms of this uTisaase are very
distressing and leavo tha system in a
run down condition. Almost every vic
tim complains of. lame back and urin
ary troubles which should not be neg
looted, as these danger signals often
lead to dangerous kidney troubles.
Druggists report a large sale on Dr.
Kilmer 'a Swanvp-Koot which go many
people say soon heals and strengthens
the kidneys after an attack of grip.
Swamp-Boot, being an herbal com
pound, has a gentle healing effect on
the kidneys, which is almost immediate
ly noticed in most cases by those who
try it. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,
N. Y., offer to send a sample size bot
tle of Swamp-Root, on receipt of ten
cents, to every sufferer who requests
it. A trial will convince any one who
may bo in need of it. Regular medium
and largo size bottles, for sale at all
druggists. Be sure to mention this pa
' S .B. 175. By Bell. Increasing the
salary of official of una county.
S. B. 178. By Porter. Belatin to
the duties of school teachers.
S. B. 17. By assessment and taxa
tion committee. Increasing the salary
of the state tax commissioner from $:
500 to $3,000 a year.
S. B. 178, by Porter-r-Belating to
tion committee. Exempting property of
irrigation and drains go districts from
S. B. 179. By Baldwin. Increasing
the salaries of Lake county officials.
S. B. 180. By Mosor. Kogulcting the
practice Of architecture in Oregon
S. B. 181. By assessment and taxa
tion committco. Amending delinquent
tax notice law enacted by the people
in November, 1918, bv providing that
the section relating to the giving of
mail notice shall not apply where the
amount of the taxes delinquent is less
S. B. 182. By Howell. Fixing eight-
hour day for female studont nurses em
ployed in hospitals, etc.
S. B. 183. By Norblad (by request).
Prohibiting the employment of white
feuufle persons in restaurants owned by
S. B. 184. By Farrell.. Prohibiting
courts granting paroles to persons con
victed for a second or subsequent of
fense for stealing automobiles.
S. B. 185. By Hurley and Dimick.
Repeals the sterilization law, which is
chapter 279, laws of 1917.
S. B. 18S. By Baldwin. Increasing
the salary of the district attorney for
Klamath county. . ..
8. B. 197. By Lachmund -Providing
for the traveling'expensea of the county
school superintendent of Marion county.
S. B. 188. By Moser. Making it a
misdemeanor for sny. person to jump
bis board or lodging bill 'at a restau
rant or apartment house.
S. B. 189. By Howell. Amending sec
tion 685, L. L. L., relating to the ro
lease of sureties on a bond.
S. B. 195. By Handler, Hurler and
Norblad. Rearranges the counties in
the three judicial districts which cover
Clatsop, Washington, Tillamook, Yam
hill and Linn counties, putting Clatsop
county in a district by itself
S. B. 191. By Horton. Amending
the motor vehicle registration law and
increasing the motor vehicle license fee
Dutch ships requisitioned by the gov
ernment during the war are to be re
turned to their owners as rapidly as
.Governors Appeal To
Government For Help
la EspbyECEt Problem
Washington, Fell. 6. With unem
ployment increasing, many, stat gov
ernors and other officials have' sent
to the labor department appeals for
government action, it was learned to
day. All express approval of the bills now
in congress providing government aid
for road building and other public
works and urge that actios, ba taken
During the last week appeals have
been received from tha following gov
ernors. Brough, Arkansas; Davis, Idaho; Al
len, Kansas; Lowden, Illinois; Good
rich, Indiana; Harding, Iowa; Har
rington, Maryland; Coolidgd, Massa
chusetts; Bilbo, Mississippi; Gardner,
Missouri; McKelvie, Nebraska; Lar
razola, New Mexico; Frazier, North
Dakota; Withycombe, Oregon and Lis
"FLU" GERM 13 IDENTIFIED.
London, Feb. 6. The virus of trench
fever and those of influenza and some
forms of nephritis have been isolated
nd identified, acocrding to a report
submitted to the director general of the
army medical service in France by a
number of army medical officers.
The virus in each ease has been prov
ed to be a minute elobular cell, vary
ing in size and behavior in thiee types
of disease. Isolation of the gorms of
mumps, measles and typhus, the causes
of which have hitherto been obscure.
also is believed to have been accomplish
el by investigations.
REVENUE BILL GIVES
(Continued from jage one)
SELLING MAIIY GOODS WAY
w m mm wholesale pies
ent rate 10 per cent) on parlor car
chairs and scats, berths or staterooms
on boats or trains; a per cent (present.
rato c per cent) on oil carried in pipe
Tho tax on telephone and telegraph
missnges which is now five cents on
each message costing 15 cents or more
heaome five cents for messages botween
1-1 and 50 cents and 10 cents on all
costing over 50 cents. A 10 per cent
tax is put on lessed wires, except news
Insurance taxes remain as now.
O:: distilled spirits, $0.40 a gallon in
stead of the $8 rato adopted by the
EXTRA LONG WEAR
t. D. Collins of Ookala, Hawaii,
makes a remarkable statement which
demonstrates the money-saving dura
bility of Neolin Soles.
.. He vrites, , "After wearing a pair of
Neolin-soled shoes off and on for
thirty-three months, I wore them on
a trip to the volcano of Kilauea and
walked around the crater over hot lava
six times and still the soles showed
only slight si cms of wear."
This experience is not accidental.
It results from the scientific process
by which Neslin Soles are made to be
exactly what soles should be com
fortable, waterproof and exceedingly
economical because of the long wear
Get them on new shoes for all mem
bers of the family and have them put
oa worn shoes. They are made by
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Com
pany, Akron, Ohio, who also make
Wingfoot Heels, guaranteed to out
wear any other heels.
Tra Mark Itaf. 0. 8. Vat. OS.
of High Class.. .. I J
$2.50 values $1.25
$1.80 values 90c
$1.50 values 75c
$1.00 values 50c
75c values ....38c
50c values ....25c
$10 values ....$5.00
$8.00 values $4.50
$7.50 values $3.95
$5.00 values $3.00
$4.00 values S250
Men's Koveralls .
$1.25 caps 78c
$1.00 caps 69c
85c caps 55c
60c caps 39c
Overalls for Men
5c Lacs Edges
$4.00 values $2.25
$3.00 values $1.50
$1.35 values 78c
75c values ...,49c
35c values 25c
Big cuts on other
Lay in a supply
$1.50 values ....78c
75c Values 59c
50c values 39c
60c values 39c
35c values 19c
O.N.T. 200 yard
Boys' $1 Shirts
and Blouse Waists
On Men's and
Sold elsewhere $4 and
$5, our, price
Boys' Long Pants Suits
Values to $20, now
Way below any whole
. sale prices
TWO ALL WOOL SUITS
Suitable for small men
or big boys
Values to $25.90
; ; ; ; - ,
Now going strong and will be continued until everything in the store is sold
This is your opportunity to get jewelry at your own price
M J1 i
Every Day--10 A. M.; 2P. M.; 7P. M.
how, if in bond, $2.20 a gallon in
stead of the 4.i0 house rato. Perfumes
continuing distilled spirits, $1.10; with
$1,000 a gallon instead of &S.3&in tta
bouse bill. A tax of 30 cents s gallon
is put on rectified spirits or wines And
a 15 cents floor tax.
Beer pays $8 tt barrel.. Still wines,
including Vermuth containing loss than
14 per cent alcohol, 18 cents & gallon;
14 to 21 per cent alcohol, 40 conts; 1
o a per cent alcoaol, Jt.
Wines or brandy withdrawn for fort'
ifying, 00 cents a gallon: champagne,
12 cents a hclf pint.
On Cereal Beverages.
Cereal beverages (near beers), 15 per
cent of the selling price. The house lax
is 30 per cent. Soft drinks. 10 per
cent of the stile price; bouse rate was
M per cent; mineral and table waters.
per cent of the salo price.
May 1, 919, a tax of one cont is lov-
iod on each ten cents charged for ce
cresm, lco cream sodas, sundaes and sim
ilar refreshments if eaten where sold.
Tobacco and cigars:
Cigars weighing not more than three
pounds to the thousand, $1.00 per thou-
saua (houso rate $2); more then thruo
pounds and retailing for five cents, $4
per thousand; selling from five to eight
cents, $8 eight to 15 conts, $9; 15 to
20 cents, $12; over 20 cents, $15.
uigarottcs not over three pounds a
thousand, $3; over threo pounds, $7.20.
louacco and snuff, 18 cents a "pound.
iigarotte papers in books of 2 oto 50.
o:ic-half cent; 50 to 100, one cent; over
100, one-half cent for each fifty; tubes
ono cont "on each 50.
Admission and dues:
The conferees cut to 10 per cent the
20 per cent theater tax they earlier de
cided on. After April 1, 1919, the tax
is one cent on each ten cents. Specu
lators who sll tickets ut an excess ot
50 conts over the regular price must
colloet and pay a tax of 10 cents of the
excess; if the evcesj is over 00 cents.
a 50 per cent tax. Koof gardens and
eabarets pay & tax of one and one-half
cents fur each 10 cents charged,
Symphony orchestra and entertain
ments given for charity or religious pur
poses aro exempted.
beyond a certain price most the ordi
nary articles of clothing and use be
como luxuries. After May 1, a tax of
10 per cent is levied on carpets and
rugs, sold over 5 a square yard; picture
frames ovor $10; trunks over $30; val
ises graveling bags, hat boxes and toi
let cases over $25; purses, pocket books
and shopping bags over $7.50; portable
lamps over $25; umbrellas aad parasols
over $4; fans ovor $1; house coats anil
smoking jackets ovcr $7.50; men's waist
coats sold separtcly from suits, women's
lir.ts over $15; men's hats over $o; caps
ovcr $2; shoes, pumps and slippers over
$10; neckties over $2; men's hoso over
$1; women's over $2; men's shirts over
$3; pajamas, night gowns and under
wear over $5; kimonas, petticoats mid
waists ovcr $15.
i This tax i9 paid on tho sum by which
the selling price of any arflclo exceeds
tho specific amount. i
Jewelry, watches and clocks paT 0
per cent after April 1.
After May, motion picture cxchEiiges
pay 5 per cent of tho monthly rental of
films. Movio men who exhibit films
pay five per cent of the rontal or li
Perfumes, toilet waters and cosmetics
aro tnxed one cent on each 5 cents
of selling price, as are pills, powders,
salves, ointments and all patent medi
cines. Special taxes:
Business tax of $1 for each $1000 of
capital stock ovcr $5000; broker tax,
$50; if broker is a monibcr of an ex
change he pays $100 if his scat is wotrh
$2000 to $5000 and $150 if it is worlh
moro than $5000, Pawn brokers pay
$100; ship brokers, $50; custom house
brokers, i.jO; theaters seating up to 2501
pay $50; seating 250 to 500 pay $100;
seating more than 500 pay $200. In
towns of 5000 or loss these rates are
hivlvcd. Circuses pay $100; bowling al
leys and billiard parlors, $10 for each
alley or table; shooting galleries, $20;
riding academies, $100; taxicah com
panies $10 for each automobllo carryine
more than two and less than seven and
$20 for bigger automobiles. I
Tobacco manufacturers, whoso yearly ;
saies aro under oo.uoo pounds, pi;y $0;
cents up to $500 and over $500 $1;
trans-oceanic passenger tickets costing
up to $30, $1; $30 to $00, $3, and over
5. . , ...
Proxy for Voting.
Proxy for voting, mQ conts; powor of
attorney, 25 cents; playing cards, 8
cents a pack; parcel post packages on
which the postago is 25 conts oj moro,
1 cent for each 23 cents; on all Insur
ance policios, 5 conts on tho dollar of
tho premium, when tho policy or renew
al is issued by a non-resident of the
United States and not signed by an
American agent of tho insurer,
Tax on child labor:
This tax is 10 per cont of tho entire
net profits of any business in which
children under 14 years or employes be- i
twoon 14 to IS work more than eight
hours a day.
Fulso statements in regard to tha
ages of tho employes aro unishable by
a fine of from $100 to $1000 or impris
onment for three months or both.
The bill crectcg an advisory board of
six to tako up And decide knotty prob
lem a with respect to the excess and war
profits and income tax sections. Tho
conferees struck out tho Thomas amend
ment taxing campaign contributions 100
per cent and also tho second class mail
provision which would have continued
increased poatal rates. AH po3tcl rates
go back to tho pro-war bss.
An amendment to the measure makes
tho District of Columbia bono dry.
,F O R
MEN AND BOYS
Parasilk Socks Sandow Siickiags
For Men FOR BOYS
FIRE1AN and ENGINEER SOCKS
Black or Tan
FOR MEN PRICE 25c PAIR
PARAKINGS SOCKS FOR MEN
Black Only 30c Pair
Dues for over $30 & year pay 10 j between 50,000 and 100,000 pounds, $12; j
per cent, initiation fees ovor $10 pay
the samp, btu fraternal ordurs operating
on tho lodge plan are exempted from
Auto trucks urc taxed 3 per cent of
the sale prico and other automobiles,
except tractors, 5 per cent. Tires bear.
5 per tout tax.
between 100,000 and 200,000 pound;), $24
and over 200,000 pounds, $25 and at the
rate of 16 cents per thousand pounds of
excess over 200,000.
Cignr nickers whoso annual sales are;
under 5,000 cigars pay $4; fifty thou
sand to 100,000 pay $0; 100,000 to 200,
000 pay $12 and exceeding 200,000 but
not over 400,000, $24; over 400,000. $24.
ard ;-t the rale of ten cents a thousand!
Pianos, organs (other than pipe or- jof the cxpcbs over 400,000,
125 North Commercial Street -Formerly
Pomeroy & Wallace Jewelry Store
gnns), pian0 players, graphophones anl
talking machines with record, par o
, per cent. Sporting goods of all kinds,
10 per cent; cameras, 10 per cent; chew
j ing gum 3 per cent; candy, 5 per cont;
photograitoic films and plates, S per
Jcent; guns and shells, 10 per cent; bnnt-
lit .i. -
sword ciines ard stiiietos, 100 per cent.
On bonds and debentures, 5 conts for
each $100 of value; on indemnity and
surety bonds, 50 cnts; stock certifi
cates 5 pent on each $100 r,r new
issues ondiu-ents for ercli $100 on smles
or transfers; sales agreements, 2 cents
on each $100; deeds. SO cents on trans
actions cf $100 to $"00 and an addition-
BLACK BEAR WORK
Made of the best grade
of grey cheviot, and
made for service.
BLACK BEAR WORK
Black Sateen, double
over front and back of
All Black Bear Work Shirts
Are Guaranteed Satisfaction Or Your
Those ore based upon the theory that ,ousc receipts, 25 cents for
f 210 North Commercial St.
$100, 50 fTOMMaWi1BaW