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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1919.
VARSITY MOVES TO
SEfiD DELEGATES TO
DES MOINES MEET
Willamette university actively open
a its drive for the Des Moines con'
(Oruuce this morning, when John
Medler, chairman of the local con
ference committee, introduced the
subject to the assembled student body
end faculty at chapel hour. As a pre
face to his explanation,. Vivian Isham
spoke for five minutes on why the
student volunteer conference was be
ing held at this time.
Medler went straight to the busi
ness of the hour, stating that the
committee had set $475 as the amount
needed to send the five student and
Doe faculty delegates to Des Moines,
Be suggested that the members of
the faculty subscribe $2 a piece and
the students $1 each. Those willing to
make the suggested contribution
were asked to arise and practically
every member of the school stood.
The committee is also calling upon
the six literary societies to make a
five dollar contribution.
Each delegate will be asked to bear
125 towards his expenses. Transporta
tion and board to and from the con
ference will cost approximately $80.
Delegates will pay their room rent but
will be furnished with meals. The
session will last from December 81 to
January 4th, inclusive. Willamette
will send more than six delegates,
hould the financial campaign war
The conference committee, which
vas selected by the presidents of the
varsity Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A.,
together with Professor Matthews and
Dean George H. Alden of the faculty,
baa complete charge of raising the
nioney and electing the delegates.
The nitmbers of the committee are
John Medler, chairman: Vivian Ish-
am, Sybil Smith, Marie Corner, Eva
l'arrett, Constance MacLean, Paul
Donoy, George Holt Jr., Orvllle C.
Miller and Prof. James T. Matthews.
Epscosal Chnrch Drive To
Be Launched December 1
A meeting of the general committee
in charge of the revival and recon
struction work In the Salem parish of
the Episcopal church, will be called
this week to formulate plans for the
drive which will open December 1.
With the exception of the parishes in
New York, where the drive began on
the 1st of October, the campaign will
be universal throughout the country.
F. J. Rupert is chairman of the
committee and other members are F.
G. Deckebach, J. A. Sellwood, Mrs. U.
G. Shipley and Mrs. C. A. Johns, all
of whom will be made chairman of
subcommittees In charge of various
phases of the drive. Arrangements for
this general drive were made at the
conference at Detroit, and the sum of
$54,00,000 was set as the goal.
SLAYERS OF MM
RE-CREATED VOICE OF
ARTIST IS APPLAUDED
Snow Makes Appearance In
Polk County Early This Year
Dallas, Ore., Oct. . Shcw made a
much earlier appearand in Polk
county this year than in several years
past. Sunday morning a snow storm
was general in the mountains went
of Dallas and several Inches foil near
the vicinity of the Robb sawmill a
short, distance from this city. Above
Black Rock and Falls City tho full
was considerably heavier but not
enough to interfere with loggln oper
ations. The sudden drop In the tem
perature caused? a genoral freezing up
Probably a number of people who
attended the recital given Monday
night by Miss Ida Gardner and Harold
Lyman at The Grand were at first
puzzled and disappointed when they
discovered a phonograph cabinet occu
pying the center of the stage. They
felt that they had ben beguiled into
going to hear a charming singer and a
clever flu.'st and naturally thought
that they had been imposed? upon.
They hardly were reassured when
Mr. Lyman appeared on the stage and
commenced to talk about "reproduc
tion," "re-creation," and other like
matter. It finally became apparent
that the phonograph was at least to
receive assistance from the singer but
even then the mental outlook was not
Mr. Lyman explained that the pur
pose of the recital was to illustrate
that Thomas A. Edison, after years of
work had achieved his ideal to perfect
a musical Instrument which would ac
tually re-create music so perfectly that
the re-creation would be indistinguish
able from the oatglnal. .
Washington, Oct J9. Positive evt
dence that two Mexican fishermen
murdered Lieutenant C. H. Connolly;
San Diego, and F. B. Waterhouse, Wei-
ser, Ihiado, army flyers whose bodies
were recently found along the Mexican
coast lust south of the California
boundary line, is in the hands of the
war department, it was officially stated
Official dispatches state that the
fishermen charged with the murder
are about to be apprehended.
It was learned that the war depart
ment will ask the state department to
bring extradition proceedings In order
that the Mexicans may be tried In this
The dispatches Indicate the Ameri
cans were murdered after their plane
was partly wrecked.
Sinking Of Liner Muskegon
Muskegon, Mich., Oct. 28. With a
federal Investigation under way to de
termine the cause of the sinking of
the Crosby liner City of Muskegon,
the official death list was placed at
is. Fourteen of the victims have been
Captain Robert Reed, United States
steamboat Inspector, stationed here, is
conducting an investigation Into the
disaster, upon orders from his depart
ment In Washington. .
KnoxviDe General Strike
Is Averted At Least A Day
Knoxvllle, Tenn., Oct 29. (United
Press.) The proposed general strike
in Knoxvllle in sympathy with striking
streetcar employes, originally set for
Friday, apparently will be averted at
least a day.
Although several of the untons"al
ready had voted in favor of the pro
posed walkout, union workers' attend
ing a mass meeting last night, 'said the
majority of the unions would not be
able to report on the referendum be-
1nra JrAir nttrttt
Resolutions were adopted demand-1
Ing recall of Mayor E. W. Neal.
Federal troops were encamped in the
city parks today and state forces were
mobilized in their armories.
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IN LABOR RESOLUTION
HI CA60 TRAINMEN
Chicago, Oct. 29. Chicago members
of the Brotherhood of Railway Train
men have placed wage demands In the
hands of their national officers, who
are empowered to call a strike if it is
deemed necessary. President W. G.
Lee of the B. R. T. will confer Thurs-
flair v.rUVi U,. il r.t
?L . P'P"? the Klmblng ion and Director Him. of the railway
firms were busy Sunday an.l M(iiiiinvL,iii..
Ice0 iV"'1" ''"""'""K-l The Chicago men met secretly Sun-
Ice froze to the thickness of an lnch!tlay night to take their strike vote
In vessels containing water left mit-i , ... ... siriKe vote.
jopibhbih.hu fjz.uuu men in tne
Phoenix, Ariz., Oct. 29. (United
Press.) President Wilson is condemn
ed and withdrawal of American troops
from ussia and recognition of the Rus
sian soviet government are demanded
in resolutions presented to the con
vention of the Arizona State Federa
tion of Labor convention here today.
The president is condemned in the
resolution "for his desertion of the
principles for which the country went
to war; for his acceptance of sub
stance of infamous secret treaties and
for waging a private war on the work'
ing masses of soviet Russia."
ELECTRIC LIGHT SAVES CROP
A Los Angeles company recently or
dered flood lighting projection for
lighting rice fields at night to keep
ducks and geese away.
Our Prices Enable Yon to Economize
and Yet Have What You Want to Wear
WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS IN EITHER READY-TO-WEAR, OR GIVE
YOU THE MATERIAL SO THAT YOU CAN MAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO
SUIT YOUR OWN INDIVIDUAL TASTE OR SIZE.
The Fear of Indleestlon Often
Prompts One to Start tho Day
Wrong. Eat What You Like,
Take a Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablet and You're
Breakfast offers many of the most
savory dishes of all the things we eat.
And yet more people than otherwise
go without breakfast save a roll and
cup of coffee for fear of indigestion.
If you like a fried egg, or some buck
wheat or sausage for breakfast go to
it and follow with a Stuart's Dyspep
sia Tablet. You'll have no trouble. The
average person who neglects break
fast will be hungry before noon. Most
men smoke to kill the appetite, or
munch on something to carry on till
lunch time. An empty, stomach under
these conditions is not storing up en
ergy, but on the contrary, is suscept
ible to many influences that ftiay
work hardship for the next meal .
It is advisable to eat three good
meals a day and digest them. If the
stomach seems to be weak, to help it
or give it assistance is the rational
thing to do. Try a god breakfast and
follow it with Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets and you'll soon learn that regu
larity of meals follows a natural ten
dency, not an acquired one. You will
find Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets on
salejn almost all drug stores through
out the United States and Canada.
... ,. - (Adv)
1916 Chalmers, first class mechan
ical condition, electrie lights, start
er, all leather upholstered, $850.
Oscar B. Gingrich Motor
& Tire Co.
371 Court street. Phone 635
Also Junk of All Kinds
- Best Prices Guaranteed
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa St. Phone 398
Ranges and Heaters at half price.
Bargains in Furniture and House
hold goods. Phone us, 1177. We
buy secondhand furniture, Stoves,
carpets, rugs, any thing you have
to sell; highest price paid.
Ferry and Liberty Sts.
A splendid assortment for your choosing. Every
desirable style is shown here in either while or fancy
colored outing flannels-Comfortable? You'll say
so, when you see them!
.Prices $1.75, $1.98. $2.25 and $2.49
Our prices always the lowest
GALE & COMPANY
Com,l & Court Sts. Formerly Chicago Store
Usona Silks 49c and 69c Yard
Tub silks .........$1.49
Crepe de Chines ....$1.98
Georgette Crepe ........ $2.19
Taffeta $1.69 and $1.98
China Silk ..... 7gc
Silk Poplins................98e, $1.49 and $2.15
Dress Goods '
Danish Poplar Cloth.... ......49c Yard
Wool Granite .. ... . 98c Yard
Wool Batiste :.. ..79c Yard
Shephard Checks ....98c, $1.98, $2.98 Yd
Serges .... ...98c, $1.49, $1.60, $1.98
and .... ....$2.98 Yard
Poplin (48-inch) $3.98 Yd
Broadcloth (56-inch) $3.98 Yard
Tricotine (56 inch) $4.98 Yd
Wool Plaids....$1.15, $1.69, $1.98, $2.98,
and ....::...:.$45 Yd
FOR WINTER WEAR
We are well supplied this season with a big assort
ment of footwear for winter wear. These shoes are
built of best quality leathers and made to withstand
the hard wear.
Dr. Sommers New
Dawn Health Shoe
FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN
A comfortable, serviceable shoe made on a special .
last to give the utmost comfort and satisfaction.
Just the thing for outdoor and school wear.
Cabbage for Kraut
2c per pound, delivered
Danish ball head variety, Crisp and Solid. The kind
you have always bought. Order at Once as Supply
' is limited this year.
SQUASH lc POUNDANY QUANTITY
- j. Phone Your Orders
Ward K. Richardson
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j.. rnone 4y4 2395 Front St. i
We are a NATION WIDE INSTITUTION that does a great deal toward lower-
ing the HIGH COST OF LIVING
YOUTHS' AND BOYS'
Junior Army Shoes
This shoe is built on the comfortable Army last. The
ideal shoe for the school boy. It will stand the hard
knocks and wear like iron.
$4.00 to $5.50
YOUTHS' HIGH TOPS
Munson Army last. A shoe that will keep the feet
dry and warm, no matter how rough the weather.
$4.00 to $6.50
DAYTON RAILROAD SHOES FOR MEN. Double
sole. Waterproof ., ....................$8.50
BIG STOCK OF RUBBERS AND RUBBER
BOOTS. ALL SIZES. ALL KINDS.
The Live Stock. Merchandise $
and Real Estate .
Furniture Bought, Sold and Exchanged
I want your Furniture, Stoves and Ranges
Phone 510 or 511 Store 270 N. Commercial St. f
Burbanks, American Wonders.
I Netted Gems, Pride of Multno
mah, Garnet Chili, Early Bose.
We will be rcadv to commence
t shipping as soon as you have fully
matured stocK to offer. Fhone
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T TTaa malIninA wTiinlt will
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I Open Sundays from 10 A. If, T
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153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon Phone ZU X
B&- Make No Mistake
If you want to save money
: 40-pound $13.00.
Cotton Felt Mattresc
25-year guaranteed Sagless Spring, $12.00
45-inch top, 8-foot, Quarter Sawed Oak Table $35.00
$38.50 Buffet to match, $32.50
$75.00 Range Coiled and connected $65.00.
No. 18 Heaters, $16.50
Pipe, and Elbows, 25 cents
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
Peoples Furniture Store
New and Second Hand Goods Bought, Sold
271 N. Commercial St. Salem. Phone 734
For Long Distance Auto Tracking
Willamette Valley Transfer Co.