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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1920)
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Monday, the third day of this remarkable sale will find our show cases and display stands well supplied with many
more such phenomenal values as those that attracted numerous well satisfied customers to Salem's greatest
Women's Apparel Store, all day Saturday. The same or similar values will prevail and in some instances greater
bargains will be offered.
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
of Misses' and Women's Coats,
Suits and Dresses.
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$20.00 to $25.00 values
$32.50 to $42.50 values
$45.00 to $55.00 values
$40.00 to $50.00 values'
$52.50 to $60.00 Suits
$62.50 to $70.00 values
$25.00 to $35.00 Silk Dresses
$27.50 to $35.00 Serge Dresses
$42.50 to $55.00 Velvet Dresses
Extra Special Extra Special Waists $3.75 j Sweaters ?3.25 Waists 95c
few and pretty Georg- $2.00 and 2. 50 Georgette waists, vart- Broken lines In fibre Big lot of Cotton
stle and Crepe de Heatherbloom petti- 0us colors' and nearly Bilk and Shetland wool Waists all sixes rem-
"'inceVai COat', ' all ai,es. Sale: price -weaterssome slightly ,,r TaI'ue. ,1.50. now
$3.45 $U8 $3.75 $3.25 95c '
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Why should Salem people Buy Oregon made products? -
In order to stimulate Interest In Oregon Product week, January 19th to 24th, Gals L
Co. will give $40.00 in cash prizes for the best essays on the above subject as follows:
First Prise $15.00 Sixth Prise.. uq
Second Prist 10.00 Esvcnth Prise ixq
Third Piiie 5.00 Eighth Prize i.qq
ronrth Prize s 3.00 Ninth Prize .". -m i.qq
Fifth Prize 2.00 Tenth Prize i.qq
Rules that govern this contest:
1. Anyone residing in Oregon is eligible to compete for these prizes,4 except employes of
Gale & Co.
2. Essays must be plainly written or typewritten cnej side of paper being used.
3. Essays must not consist of over 300 words. '
4. .Essay must be accompanied by the name and postoffice address of the writer.
5. Essays must be received 1y Gale & Co-, or deposited in the postoffice properly ad
dressed to Gale & Co., contest department, Salem, Oregon, on or before 6 p. m. Saturday,
January 24, 1920. ' ' . :
6. In awarding prizes the judges will consider: First, strength of reasons gives; second,
style and forcefulness of composition; Third, neatness and brevity. -
JUDGES OF THE CONTEST In order to insure absolute fairness and impartiality in
awarding prizes, the following1 judges of the contest have been selected: T. E. McCrosxer,
manager Salem Commercial Club; B. J. Hendricks, manager Statesman Publishing Co, and
George Putnam, manager Daily Capital Journal. j
Prize winner's names will be announced in the daily papers as soon as awards are made
by the judges. 1
Address all answers to Contest Department
Gale &. Company
Commercial and Court Streets
Formerly Chicago Store
TEN MILLION DOLLAR
MEASURE IS ADOPTED
(Con tinned from pace 1)
Including. Alaska Fox, Wolf and Racoon
1 Animal Scarfs, Muffs, and Fur Sets
for About Half Price
Resulair ralnes $1 5.00. aale price ........ S) 0.75
. Regular values 118.50. sale price $11.50
Regular Yaluea $22.50, sale price ....... .f 14.75
.Regular values $27.50. sale price ....... .9AO
Regular values $35.00, tale price ....... .$24.73
Regular values $45.00, sale price ....... .$32J50
'Regular values $50.00, sale price ....... .$37 JiO
Away below manufactur
er's coat. Clever shapes
of velours, velvets, plush.,
beaver, etc., principally
tailored effects. Turbans
and large velvet pattern
hats. Included, none re
served. Trimmed bats,
ralues to $11.50. Sale
Leatherette, Cravenette and Genuine Rubber Rain Coats, tans, greys and navy colors, all marked at Clearance Sale
The Old White Corner
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
itJFE INSURANCE DAY IN THRIFT
WEEK IS SET FOR MONDAY, JAN 19
By JAMME8 ELVIN . f
Lessons from the lives of Three
The First Ian
The first man was married. A
beloved wife. Three darling kid
dies. All in the best of health. Then,
an accident.! The widow and three
orphans alone, without support ex
Except' for his life insurance.
He bad supplied their bread and
,butter while -he lived.
., , He had . provided their, bread and
butter for the days when be had
He. had learned years before' that
life insurance Is tomorrow's bread
and butter. . !
The Second Man .
The second man started work at
II. At 40 he was a success. His
business' thrived." His bank' account
was large. His credits was good.
But at 50.be was penniless. Sudden
reverses had ruined his business, de
pleted his savings, shaken his credit
. His foresight saved him.
' Years before he had been Insured.
, He had paid in premiums prompt
ly. And now, his insurance money
set him up in business anew.
In five years he was as prosper
ous as ever.
Today he has more Insurance than
He has learned that insurance is
tomorrow's bread and butter.
The Third Man
Ana me intra man. He never
seemed able to save. Every week
he promised himself: "Nest week
111 start a bank account."
. itext week became next month:
next month. next year. The arconnt
saved a cent; he couldn't earn much
any more. What was to become
his wife and himself in their old
age?- Where would their bread and
butter come from?
From life insurance.
He had never banked his money.
bnt he had Insured his wife and
himself throughout the years.
He had iiisured .his wife and him-
seld bread and butter and a decent
home for the last years of their life.
Are l ou Providing.
Ton shojld. By taking out life
insurance. By takine it out todav.
Take out life insurance to protect
your loved ones.
Take out life insurance tot pro
tect you in your old age.
Take out life insurance to pro
tect your business.
And if none of these reasons ap
peal to yoa, take out life Insurance
because it is an investment, an In
vestment of extraordinary merit.
Every dollar you pay in premium
comes bae many times over, oft
times a hundred fold: sometimes a
thousand fold. Shrewd, hard-headed
business mrn Invest large portions
of their yearly surplus In Ufa Insur-
Of course I know we are up against
loaded dice. There are enough votes
lined up to pass it and nothing a say
will have any effect on the result."
. Stew-art Act XereMary
Wood snd Rltner explained that
In actuality the $10,000,000 bill
votes only about $1,800,090 in bond
for the reason that the remaining
amount will not be capable -of beln?
sold under the act unless the Stew
art bill raising the limit of bonded
indebtedness from 2 per cent to 4
per cent is passed by the people at
the special election.
Pierce couslstenly opposed the bill.
Orton feared to have the measure
referred to the people, declaring that
persons not knowing the relation be
tween the Stewart bill and the bond
ing bill would vote for the latter an J
against the former, with the resul
that one would be killed and the
other In effective.
"Senator Smith and I in signing
the minority report." said Senator
Ihomas, "knew the cards were
stacked and know it now. I think
we should proceed to vote on Sen
ator Eddy's motion and then Sen
ator Smith and I will withdraw our
Eddy Move Falls
The Eddy motion failed by a vote
or IS to 12 and the bill went to final
passage, the minority report being
Senator Tierce attacked the bill
from tbe sngle that gasoline anl
automobile tax fees will not pay In
terest on the bonds.
'You are legislating in the Inter
est of the rich man who owns the
Mr. beautiful car." roared Pierce,
"You did this when you took th
automobile off the tax roll. On bit
old Ford 1 pay a license of-$15. If
It were on the tax roll the tax would
be about $3 or $10. Highway Com
mlssloner Kiddle, who lives in th
same precinct with me. pav only
$56 on his beautiful Franklin
dan worth S300O. if it were on the
tax roll he would pay a $100 tax.
The vot folio s
For Baldwin. lUnks. Boll. Kb-
rrhard. Hill. Handler. Howell. Hns
ton. Hurley. Jones. Iachmund. Mo-
ser. Nlckelsen. Norblad. Orton. Pat-
ance, berate they know their mon-1 teraon. Ttittner. Shanks. Smith of
ey is absolutely safe, and becaua I nd CurT. Smith of Josephine.
they know It will oav them subctan- ooa. tinicn
Clearance Sale of Georgette
Look where you will you cannot
find a larger or better assortment
Df beautiful waists, including Pep
lum models. In Georgette Crepe
alone we show any number of mancy
and tailored effects. Make it a point
to see these new models. Specially
$5.75 up to $17.50
. New Georgette Waists $4.75
An exceptionally beautiful lot of Georgette
waists made to sell at much higher price. Some
are 'daintily embroidered and- finished with silk
binding, have them in all sizes.
And another group of Crepe de Chine and Georg
itte .Waists, regular values to $9.00. 'Sale
Good Quality Organdie. Batiste and Voile Waists,
some trimmed with Val Lace. Special for this
e f 1.4 to $1.08
chicken pie dinner provided by the
women. About 125 persons were
served. Then followed tbe business
session presided over by the pastor.
Dr. W. C. Ksntner. The reports from
the different departments of the
church were in every ease very grat
ifying. The net Increase In mem
bership is 21.
In each case the treasurers of the
church. Sundsy school. Woman's un
ion and Endeavor reported all bills
covered and a balance in the tieas
ury. . The total of the benevolent
offerings amounts to $425. -The
budget for the coming year was adop
ted by unanimous vota carrying
among other Interesting items, aa
Increase of $400 In the pastor's n
The following officers were electa
to fill existing vacancies:
Deacons. R. N. Hoover, Dr. IL I
Chase. F. A. Thompson. '
Deaconesses. Mrs. Endieott. n
McGlkhrist. Mrs. East. Mrs. Hoct
and Miae King.
Clerk. Edward M. Hoffnell.
Treasurer of church, E. W. Ha:
Treasurer of benevolences. X".
Superintendent of Sunday sctoo
W. I. Staley.
Musle committee. Albert OI :
Miss Hazard and Mrs. J. J. Robert
Head asher. John Bayne.
Excessive Use of Tobacco After 45
Is Suicidal, Says Dr. Hirschfe!
Moat men who um taharrn dit, m
Id a of th. harm tobacco does them b
(tUM it do, it ma ilowlr that no aba!
dar'a darnm. is nottesabt. In th
irengnn ana rimor or young- manhood
the injury seems trivial but It accumu
lates day by day and lays ths founda
tion for many troubles later In Ufa.
Tobacco Immii tka powers of resist
ance to diseaa. and alone In ths late
thirties sometimes much earlier t
beg-ins to tell, and ths awful damage It
has dons begins to show.
Dr Hlrschfeld in his brink -T
Heart and Blood Vessels." says exces
sive us or tobacco after forty-five Is
suicidal Authorities agree that exces
sive nso of tobacco causes loss of ap
petite, cancer of ths stomach and in
testines. Indigestion, headache, extreme
nervousness, sleeplessness, irritability,
lack of concentration, dimness ef vi
sion, loss or wiii-power. for getru lass s.
and many others serious troubles. It
Also causes hardening of ths arteries
and high blood pressure and these are
me irouoies tnat manuest themselves
along in ths forties.
Thousands of men who nmm tnduwi
dally know -It la Injuria- their hltH
ana irom time to tlmo they decide to
rui aown ins sunniv ana ua I,.,
Thoussnds of them would quit but they
' vn wiii-power to stand the awful
ctbvIss; that follows
rf vl h w mm
BteiL Triers la Iwm an. mm.t trm a
such If they will let Nlcotol eet the
freo. fcieotol has helped thousand
p ths habit or to lessen ths sui
tobasco used. It La aat aib,
forming. It simply kills ths eravu
for tobacco and sap plies what v
nerves need temporarily to braes the
up until the nicotine U out of ths it
Ton can oult tobacco If tm waat
and will let Kiootol bsln von. Ye
drug-list has It or can get it
A grateful user says: "I will be gti
to help anyone out la a ease 1 ke
pnee had. and now I ant at Urt fr
by your woodej-fal Kteotoi. Tea a
perfectly welcome to uso my letter
save another victim, from that daafi
ous tobacco habit."
Note: When asked about Nleotot.
f our leading- druggist said: "N
tol la truly a wonderful remedy for t
tobacco habit It Is a way ahead
anythlnr wo havo ever sold before. 1
are authorrxed by the manufactory
to refund th money to every dissat.
fled cuaismsr and ws would not f
mlt ths uae ef our nam unless t
remed y' possessed unusual merit-" V
otol Is sold in this city under aa trt
clad money-back g-uaranteo by all
to-date drugsist. including D. J. T
Life insuiance, then, is your Irlnle
protection, and a wine business In
vestment, for you as well. Insure
our life today! Tomorrow may be
AKainst Eddy. Ferrell, La Fol-
lett. Pierce. Strayer. Thomas.
Smith Is Gam
In voting for the bill Senator
too late! Sickness may make you a8'th. who signed the minority re-
and accident may do
port against it. said be would vote
for it at a regular session, and would
be game by voting for it now.
On Senator Eddy's motion to re-
If you insure today yon will eat
Yn.i-ii n ill .. . . .. e commit which, had been voted on pre,
liLn"dJba.t,l! 18 f 7al TUttT Tlously the senstors who voted for
nS r.miHr wiii f i f. . lh motion were EberhsTd. Eddy,
and family will feel aafter too. Farrell. Gill. Lachmund. La Follett.
iAny in.urance company or any Nickelspn. Pierce. Smith of Coos and
one 01 meir representatitea will b Currr. Strayer. Thomas. Vinton
piaa 10 neip you decide which kind I Iehmnnd voted for th mntl.m
of policy you need most; and how I by error and was too late In attempt
much Insurance you really should hBg to chsnge It. the result having
ue. vaai on one toaay; ana you i been announced
win nave taken the nrst Mep In pro
viding tomorrow's bread- and butter
for yourself and your family.
Church Shows Progress
The annual meeting of the First
Congregational church was held
A J. D-:. Do.n.lTnrMsy evenlnc In the psrlors of
as tug u.. j the ehurch. At 6 p. m. there was a
The Stateman's Classified
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's Tire Shop
Service With g Smile
134 South Commercial Street