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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1919.
' WATER PERMIT S I
Permission to appropriate 4000-acre
feet t water from Ten Mile creek to
be stored for irrigation purposes, is
asked by Mrs. 8. O. Troutwine of Me
Dermitt, Nevada, in an application re
ceived by State Engineer Cupper, Mon
key. , The development is to cost ap
Other applications filed Monday
were as follows:
F. M. Wood of Paulina, for the stor
age of 1800-acre feet of water from
Paulina creek for irrigation purposes.
John CobleiRh, John Clarke, J. B. j
Hanning, Ben Brophy,, William Wood-1
worth and A. J. Higginbotham of Eagle i
Point for the appropriation of water.
' from Big Butte creek for irrigation pur
poses. . '
H. 0. Haney and Oscar Nelson of
Baker for the appropriation of water
from Powder river for irrigation pur
poses. . -
DO MISSIONARY WORK
Miss Aetna Emmcl, who is to atil for
Hongkong from 'Vancouver, B. , C, on
the Empress Asia October 31, was a
campus visitor Monday. At the recent
Methodist conference held in this city,
Miss Emmel was given an appointment
im educational missionary work in south
era India. Although full particulars of
. her miasiona'r task are not known at
tMa time, it i? understood that she will
. teaeh iri a ?:ils' school.
While in the city she is the guest of
law and sister. Dr. and
Mrs. Fred H. Thompson. 'She will leave
Wednesday for Portland.
3!isb Emmel was graduated from Wil
Hmelte with the class of 1917. Since
lenvn college, she has taught at Ben
toi, Wish., Malwaukie, Oregon, and Oak
Park,, Illinois. Whil0 a student at the
traiyoraity, Miss Emmel was active in all
rtmlent affairs, especially in the woric
of tho Christian organization.
Commercial Club To Hold
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States Would Co-Operate
In Hunting Auto ThieYes
The abatement of the automobile
theft evil has been undertaken by a
special committoe' appointed by tho sec
retaries of state of America in session
at Washington last week, according to
a letter received by Sam u. Kozer, dep
uty secretary of state for Oregon. 1
Harvey C. Smith, aecretary of state
for Ohio, who heads the committee re
quests copies of laws now in effect in
Oregon touching on automobile thefts
and suggestions as to what should bo
included in a uniform bill in order that,
each state would co-operate with the
other states in detecting stolen cars and
in running down and bring to justice the
thieves and unscrupulous dealers in such
'''' TOfAiRPftR ATI ANS
U1VVIU VlUlIlVtlW. ,
iverhead Crossing Ordered
Butt In Jackson County
The state highway department Is au
thorized, in an order issued "by the pub
lic service commission, Monduy, to con
struct an overhead crossing on the Pa
c'ific highway over the tracks of the
Oregon & California Railroad company
at or near Tolo, Jackson' county. Forty
per cent of the cost of the crossing is
.to be paid by the highway department,
40 per ceat by the railroal and 20 per
cent by Jackson county.
Otto Kubin Resigns Job In
State Secretary s Office
. Otto Kubin has resigned his position
in the accounting department of the
secretary 'of state 'a office to accept a
position with the Portland Flouring
Mills at Albany. Kubin served for two
years with the American troops in
Fance, rscigmng his position with tnc
secretary of state's office to enlist in
tho aJmy in April, 1917, and "resuming
his position again upon his return from
France July 1.
: Hcppner lodge. No. 358, B. P. O. E.,
filed article of incorporation with Cor
poration Commissioner Schuldorman
Monday. The lodge is capitalized at
11,000. S. W. Spencer, W. R. Irwin
and W. S'Prunye are named as trues
Declaration of purpose to transact
business in, Oregon has been filed by
the (Northwestern lure corporation, or
iriuiized under the laws of New York.
Jack Boscncroft i named as the Ore
son representative with offices at
The MeiNeff Tire and Automooii
eompany of Portland filed resolutions
Foch Instructed To Make
Hun Army Evacuate Baltic
Paris,)ct. 7 (United Press.) The
Supreme council of tho peace confer
ence today instructed Marshal Foch to
draw up an ultimatum for presentatio
to Germany demanding tho exacuatioi)
of German troops in tho 'Baltic provinco
Thc Germans' Tcplv to the allied de
mnnd that Field Mcrsnal von juoi
Goltz' troops be withdrawn did not sat
isfy thc supreme council. . '
Good For Thin
A Physician's Advice '
The 4 regular monthly membership
meeting of tho Commercial club win
be hold Wednesday evening at tho cluo wrcBte8j
kambers. Plans for entertainment or.
the club members nre complete. Con
sidered high in the list of entertainment
features in the singing of Miss Buth
Johsia, daughter of Judge Charles A.
Johns.,, , Ai-i ' --'
Following the business of the evening
and the entertainment a buffet lunch
will bo served to members in the gume
tmrlor of the club. ' All members of tni
Commercial club are requested to be , thpir ,cxcclient performances of
. Returning for their regular Tuesday
Wednesday and Thursday night appear
ances at the Bligh theater, the Harv
ard Foster Players will present the
great political drama, "Tho Final Set
tlement," for three performances be
ginning October 7.
MThe Final Settlement" is one of
the great political comedy dramas of
modern, times. It is the story of how
an obscure telephone girl meets and
figuratively speakina, with
the boss of the most powerful politic
al machine ever formed. She is the
greatest stumbling block the machine
has encountered, and thoir efforts to
get hefjout of the way and her deter
mination to- hold out for the ;right,
forms the story with one of the most
surprising' elimaxes ever put into .aj
The Foster Players have made a
great many friends here already by
Irrigation. Company Asks .
; Increase Of $Z5 Per Acre
An increase from $71 to $100 per acre
is asked by the Jordon Valley Land &
Water company for the development oi
the Jordan valley irrigation district, a
Carey act project in Malheur county.
The application! for the Increase.
the development lien was presented at
a meeting of the desert land board
Monday, by A. J. Vance -of Oklahoma
City, attorney for tho company; Arlic
J. Hooker of Boise, Idaho, in charge of
colonization work on tho projeet, end
John W. Cunningham, engineer-manager
of the project.
, The , proposed increase would, apply
only to acreage at present unsold. Final
kctWn on the application has been itost-
poncd pending the filing of additional
data by the officials of the project. '
Frederick 8. Kolle., M. D., editor of
New York Physician's "Who's Who"
s-ivs that weak, nervous ' .people who
want increased weight, strength and
nerve force, should take a a grain tab
let of Bitro-Phosphato just before or
This particular phosphate is the dis
covory of a famous French scientist,
and reports of remarkable results from
its use have recently appeared in many
medaeal journals. -
If you do not feel weu; if you tire
easily; do not sleep well, or are too
thin: eo to any good druggist and get
enonch Bitro-Phosphate for a two
weeks'. supply it costs only nriy cenis
Eat loss; chew your food thoroughly,
and if at the end of a few weeks you
do not feel stronger and better than
you have for months; if your nerves
are not steadier; if you do not sleep
better and have raoro vim. enauranco
and vitality, your money will bo re
turned, and the Bi'tro-l'hospnnte win
cost you nothing. ' (Adv)
(Third Degree" and ."The Bottle
iaoy, anu roe iaer mai iney irui ap-
STUDENTS STUDY DEHYDRATION poaT here each week in an entirely new
V , : ' , jplay is very gratifying to those who
ntti 'wtntinni of the eookinff class of i have seen them.
tie university, in charge of Miss Lida
Un. Instructor, visited the Salem
King's Products plant Monday to ob-i
kerve methods of food preservation by
Hi dehvdration process. The classes
Let Russians Look After -Selves,
London, Oct. 7. The Russians can
look after themselves now, General Iron
sides declared today, having just return
ed from Archangel with the last con
tingent of British troops. Asked about
(Russia, General Ironsides said: ;
I "I think a damn sight too much has
ir ' ... ji. ....muiiUnii nf shot, several were beaten and over a, been said already. :Wo have finished
SZla li nt wank hundred revolver shots were fired near jour job and I think the Russians ean
poods ror tne past weea. the. Lackawanna Steel plant this morn- now look after themselves." ;
' ESchty sir persons were arrested for mg when a mob attacked a Buffalo and',
'misdemeanors in Pendleton during Sep- Lake Erie traetion car en route to the
rnber and wore fined $1282. steel plant with wording employes.
BUFFALO STRIKERS BIOT
Buffalo, N. Y.( Oct. 7. Two men wore
mars the per 1 1 ct
appearance of her com.
nd -temporary skin
troubles are effectively
concealed. Reduces un
natural color and corrects
greasy skins. Highly antiseptic,
used with beneficial result; as
a curative sgent for 70 yetrs.
Enghty tone of blackberries were put
ip: by .the Qottago Grove tannery this
season. - '
Not Young Grecian Dancers; t
Just Girls Finding Good Health
BR1GGS AUTO WOOD-SAW AttachmeA
Goet Aaywhere Any Auto.
8RIGGS k BURPEE CO, he Manufadnw
7 Hawthorn At.. Portland.
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Value First and Last
Value first is alrightbut the value of an article, is measured
by the service and satisfaction is should give to the purchaser. That
means real values.
Men's Dress Gloves
ARE here in all the many sizes
and shades Mocha, Cape, Gray
. Cadet Chamois. If it is new, and
good quality BISHOP has it.
MEN'S WORK GLOVES in
j utu -r ViQ
lengths.BJSHOPS. tion mean ultimate economy.
BISHOP'S are noted for their
distinctive designs; their qualities
. Have a large question before you
like selecting your Winter Clothes,
YOU will never make a mistake in
going to . '
No Need To Be Thin,
Scrawny Or Sallow
If you are thin and want to be
plump; if you have wnniuo
n.o iron r not roroud of; if the
skin is sallow or subject to pimples or
blackheads, take Mi-o-na stpmacn xau
lets for two weoM ana nmico
The majority or wie mm ijcoh'0
thin because the stomach does not per
form it dutnes properly. It is not
,,fimpnt of the natural di
geetive juices and in. consequence does
not extract rrom wra
tritivo matter to nourisn every jmrv
Mio-na etomach tablets arc mtmde
to build up the stomach so that i wjI
act properly and extract from th- food
tho elements necessary to fornr f.eh.
If you are thin try two wee! i ticat
mcnt of Mi-o-na stomach table s-thcy
am tanaU, Iy iwallowed shi are
sold on the guarantee of m'.aey back
if they do not overcome chronic indi
gestion, wute or chronic, stop etomach
Suitnrbaaee. belching, heartburn, sour
storaaob, and any after dinner distress-
For sale Dy tme . zrj -
leading drnggieta. (Adv)
For a "BISHOP'S READY TAILOR
ED SUIT' that meets your style and
OUR style leadership is due to
the fact that BISHOP knows how
to buy "right".
SENDING our buyer to the
EASTERN markets, sending the
styles here while they are abso
lutely new. YOU will be as well
dressed as the best in NEW YORK
CITY and' at moderate prices.
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Copyright 1519 Hart Sckaifoer & Mux
"Every Family In Marion and Polk Counties a Patron"
Salem Woolen Mills Store
The enrollment of 200O students, BOO
of them being freshmen, is preaint
by the registrar's office of the Univer
sity of Oregon.
Tho Iufur Orchard company is ' in
need of 200 npplo pickers. Wages paid
arc $4. per day for
!' Fotiy five thousand gallons of vine
gar will bo manufactured by tho Ku-
nuin and $3 for gt-no, Fruitgrowers' association tins
' year. "
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Tuberculosis infects 70 per cent, of children under 16 years old. The best way to fight the
disease h with open air and sunshine, and in this shady nook, near New York, these happy young
Sris list tc Tstories and play games, but they live freely in the open so that every powiUe benefit
from he warm sun and the fresh air can be had. . It u to do such things for .ch.ldren, to cut down
Seathrateof 12,000 a year, that the National Tuberculosis Association, and 1,000 local and state
orLnTzations n planning to sell Red Cross Christmas seals, so that a bigger and more extensive
SS Z starn? t "uberculosis may be carried oa next year. Each seal sold is an insurance
mnlirv on the. health of a child. J , f
is Waal for the
good for lbcnL
'There's a Reason
Make Your Feet Happy
. Reward them for serving you so faithfully
and well. They will rejoice in the gracefully fash- "
ioned J & K boots, which not only compliment 'the
feet because of their superior style, but treat them
so kindly because they fit so beautifully.
J&K FALL BOOTS
are no won our floors and await the critical inspec
tion of every style.-loving woman of this city. .
. ' In kid, calfskin, patent leatherin the voguish
patterns and shades.
Yes, these are the famous J&K boots which
are guaranteed to fit the arch.
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