Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, November 21, 1919, Page PAGE TEN, Image 10

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919.
RESERVE SUPPLIES
OF COAL EXHAUSTED
AT END OF 3RD WEEK
Chicago, Kov. II. Ab the third
Week of the coal strike ended today,
reserve supplies ot fuel in this lection
bad practically vanished. Widespread
auspension of industrial works is al
ready under way, the regional fuel
committee announced.
The Corn Products plant at Pekin,
HI., has closed and the company an
nounced that the Argo plant would
have to close tomorrow. The company
employed about 1000 persons and
used 100,000 bushels of corn dally.
The Alton Brick company will also
suspend tomorrow.
Train schedules on lines running
from Chicago have been chopped to
the minimum. Hundreds of trains
dally were suspended. All lines were'
affected.
The packing plants have a two
weeks' coal supply on hand.
GERMANY PLACED AT
HERCY OF FRANCE BY
TREATY REJEGT10N
. By CoH D. Groat "
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Berlin, Nov, 20. (Delayed.) Re
fusal of the American senate to ratify
the peace treaty means not only thai
the smaller nations of Europe will de
sert the league of nations, -but that
Germany will be left at the mercy of
ITrance, German government officials
said today.
"It la essential that something ho
done at onco to relieve the present con
fusion," a high official In the foreign
office said. "What Germany wants
most la peace,"
The pan-Germans, however, hall
possible final defeat of the treaty In
America as an opportunity for a sep
arate peace with the .United States,
wth subsequent German-American al
liance, . . '., "
i Rejection of the treaty by the Amer-J
leans pieasea tne reactionaries In Get
many as nothing else could.
22 Alleged LW.W. Members
Indicted In Portland
Portland, Or., Nov. 21, Twenty
two alleged I.'W. W. were Indicted
by the grand jury here Thursday af
ternoon on charges of having violated
the state criminal syndicalism law.
TJie indictments are the result of a
raid which was conducted by depart
ment of justice operators here a week
ago when 58 alleged industrialists
were arrested while conducting a
meeting. .
Fire Truck Wrecked; One
Man Killed, Two Injured
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 21. One fire
man is dead, another lies in the city
hospital with both legs broken and a
third man Is suffering from painful
bruises and lacerations as the result
ot the wrecking of a hook and ladder
truck responding to a false alarm.
Peter Coughlln, 40, a truck mau,
was crushed to death when the truck,
with its steering gear broken, slewed
across the street car tracks at First
avenue south and Railway . Way and
crashed into a streetcar.
BELUAfi YOUTHS
CONFESS TO MURDER
Eelllnghana, Nor. 11, Twelve hours
after Lee Linton, Everett taxi driver,
was found murdered in a tfttoh near
Everett, deputy sheriffs walked into a
Bellint'ham rooming bouse and arrest
ed Ison White, It, and Joseph D. Mor
ten, 20, of Stan wood, whom deputies
say, have confessed to the crime.
The arrests were wade last night,
after Unton's taxtaab had been traced
to Belllngham. '
According; to police here, the youths
have admit-ed planning the murder
and robbery of Linton and also intend
ed to burglarize a grocery store at
Florence.
"Then were were going to Mexico,"
one of the boys is alleged to have said.
N V it
Anthracite coal of excellent quality
has been struck 700 feet beneath the
surface on the Jay MJnnln ranch, 18
miles south of Klamath Foils, where
the Klamath Oil company is digging
an experimental, well.
. Faculty, and student body commit
tees; of the University of Oregon are
planning for a memorial for universi
ty 'mn who Hd In the nerviwi.
JAZZ AND JAIL BIRDS
Special 2-rcel Comedy
Starting Sunday
JACK PICKFORD
"IN WRONG"
YE LIBERTY
. AUCTION SALE
at
Center Street Fee Barn
Between Commercial and Front on
Center Street
SATURDAY, ifOV 22,
10A.M. v
Tools, Machinery, 'Wagons, Buggies
Etc
10 P. E
State Representative Ben Jones of
Newport has announced his candidacy
for the republican nomination for
secretary of state.
14 head of Berkshire pigs, 30 to
40 lbs. each, from the C-C, Rus
sell Stock. Cows and horses.
Farmers bring in what you have
for sale.
FJ.W00BRY,
The Auctioneer
Phone 510 or 511
Lebanon's city budget for 1920, ap
proved at a public meeting of tax
payers, totals 19,S9.
Union Record Owners Seek
To Regain paper Thru Court
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 21. The legal
battle to regain possession of the Se
attle Union Record plant, now in the
custody of the United States marshal,
was commenced Thursday before Com
mlssloner R. W; McClelland. John F.
Dore and Mark M. Lltchman, repre
senting the newspaper, attacked the
legal sufficiency of the search war
rants which authorized the federal au
thorities to seize: the Union Reoord
plant last Friday. '
Union Record attorneys Btnted thav
the newspaper Is Incurring heavy fl
nanclal losses through the seizure of
Its property.
,
Coming-to The Oregon Sunday
- Betty Compson in.
THE MIRACLE MAN
, JUNK YOUR JUNK
STEINBOCK JUNK CO.
And Auto Wrecking ,
S20-326 N. Commercial St.
Will Buy Anything, any-
where. If you are in
i doubt call 305
CAN ALWAYS BE BOUGHT AT THE LOWEST PRICES FROM
fj Incorporated .
WHO BUY FOR CASH, SELL FOR CASH, DO NOT DELIVER, BUY DIRECT FROM THE MANU
FACTURER THUS ELIMINATING THE MIDDLE MAN. THEN LAST, BUT NOT LEAST, BY BUY
ING FOR OUR 197 BUSY SORES IN SUCH LARGE QUANTITIES WE MAKE ANOTHER LARGE
SAVING. YOU ARE THE ONE TO PROFIT BY THIS. IF YOU WILL BUT TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
THE OPPORTUNITY. i
Overalls
$1.69 to $1.93 for men
BOYS' OVERALLS
$125
SLICKER
RAIN COATS
$3.98, $4.98
WO WlIJi PURCHASE TOUR
Used Furniture
Ranges, Heaters, Cook Stoves,
Beds. Mattresses, Springs, Bureaus
Commodes, Sew Ins Maohlaea,
Dianas. In fact, any article which
you wish to selL
Call Us Up '
Phone 1177
WHY?
We Pay Best Possible Prices.
Moral: It puts t $ in your purs.
Lucas & Needham
Peny and Liberty fits.
PHOIfB 1177
RAIN REPELLANT
Pants, $3.98
Coats, $3.49 '
. LOGGER SHIRTS
$5.50 to $8.90
MACKINAWS
$9.90 and $100
CORDUROY PANTS
$3.98
boys $2,98
hosiery for all
Cotton Hose, 20c to 49c
Cashmere hose 39c to 89c
Thread Silk Hose 69c
Heavy wool hose....39c to 79c
IU1
IS
Is one of tie greatest problems facing the peo
ple today. No place will you find such good
values for the money as we can give you. Won
derful values
MEN'S SHOES
Dress Shoes from $3.98 to. $8.90
Work Shoes from $3.98 to $6.50
Good serviceable shoes for boys.... ()g 0 $4.98
Boys' higk lop beote $4.50 to $6.25
Men's rubber ahoes $2.98 and $3.49
Men's rubber boots -$3.98
Boys rubber boots --. $2.98
You owe it to yourself to investigate what we
can do for you. NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT,
as prices will be much higher in a very short
time. Our prices are lower than present factory
prices. ' '
Men's Shirts
Dress Shirts at prices you
will appreciate
$1.25, $i:49. $2.49. $2.98
Silk Shirts .,...:....-..$7.90
WORK SHIRTS
98c, $125. and $1.98
FLANNEL SHIRTS
$2.98, $3.98 and $4.98
UNDERWEAR
for
MEN and BOYS
BOYS' UNION SUITS
Fine quality cotton ribbed
union suits
98c and $1.19
Men's Fleece Lined
Union Suits
$1.98
Men's Ribbed Cotton
Union Suits
$125 and $223
Wool and Cotton mixed Un
ion suit of extra good
quality at
$2.98 and $3.49
StsSts annd! Overcoats
WILL BE FOUND HERE AT PRICES THAT WILL PLEASANTLY SURPRISE YOU. THEY ARE IN
LATEST STYLES OF EXCELLENT QUALITY
lumsuni $29.50 to $420
MEN'S OVERCOATS - $14.75 to $3250
ROYS' SUITS " - $ 7.90 to $12.50
Incorporated
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We Are Protecting You l
GALE & CO.
Com'L and Court Sts. JFormerly Chicago Store
L.H. ROBERTS
PUBLIC AUCTION
Wednesday, Nov. 26, 1919
10 A. M. 3 Miles North of Independence, on Green
wood Road, just off Salem-Independence road, -by
Oak Point school house, 8 miles S. W. of Salem.
I am giving up farming;, and will sell' without reserve, the following:
4 HORSES 4
1 grey horse, 10 years old, weight. 1500 Kw.; 1 bay. horse, 9 years
old, weight 1550 lbs.; 1 brown mare, 12 years old weight 1500 lbs.;
1 black mare, 12 years old, weight 1450 lbs. '
11 tXWS 14
1 Jersey and Guernsey cow, 6 years old, freshened Sept. 15th, now
milking S gallons per day; 1 grade Holstein cow, 5 years old, fresh
ened Oct. 1st, now milking 4$ gallons per day; 1 grade Holstein cow,
5 years old, freshened . Oct, 18th, now milking 4 gallons per day;'
1 grade Holtein cow, 6 years 'old, freshened Oct. 10th, now milking'
4H gallons per day; 1 Crade Holstein cow, 5 years old, freshened in
July, now milking 3 gallons per day; 1 grade Jersey cow, 5 years
old, freshened Sept. 28th, now milking 4 gallons per day.; 1 gi'ade
Jersey cow, 7 years old, freshened July, now milking 24 gallons per
day; 1 grade Jersey cow; 7 years old, to freshen In December, a 4 gal
lon cow when fresh; 1 grade Jersey cow, 4 years 'old, to freshen lit
December, a 4 gallon cow when fresh; 1 grade Jersey cow, 0 years
old, to freshen in January, a 4 gallon cow when fresh; 1 grade Jersey
cow, 6 years old, to freshen in Deqember, a 5 gallon cow when fresh;
1 grade Jersey cow, 5 years old, to freshen m April, a D gal!on cow
when, fresh; lgradfe Jersey heifer, 8 months old.
Dairymen, Us is a fine lot of good dairy cows,. ail .good milkers
and A-l stock and in good order. Don't miss these if you are in
need of a cow. "
20 HOGS 20
10 pigs, 3 months old, weight from 30 to 60 poun".B each.
6 DOZEN CHICKENS
3 dozen purebred White Leghorn hens; 2 dozen. pure bred White
Leghorn pullets, now laying, both these lots from the Tankard stock; .
1 down pure bred Rhode Island Red hens.
FARM MACHINERY
1 one-horse cultivator, 1 spring tooth harrow.l Champion 4!i ft.
mower, 1 P. & O. 10-inch walking plow, 1 mxteen-inch walking plow;
1 P. & O. 12-inch walking plow, 1 3 -inch wagon good shape,
1 combination rack, 1 gravel box, 1 open buggy, 1 hand garden
seeder, 1 hand corn sheller, 1 spray pump barrels and hose, 2 Mc
Clanahan incubators 220 egg, 1 sure hatch 120 egg incubator,.
1 brooder stove, 1 sixty-gallon coil oil tank full of oil, 1 DeLava!
Cream seperator good shape No. 12,1 set heavy work harness
good, 1 set double driving harness, 1 set single harness ana buggy.
FEED
15 tons balea hay, oat and cheat; 10 tons loose oat an 3 vetch hny
in barn; S tons clover hay; 1G sacks of good seed wheat; 75 sacks of
good grey oats; 75 sacks of good white oats; 45 sacks of good barley;
75 sacks of good corn on cop; forks, shovels, 3 good stoves, etc.
TERMS OF THIS SALE WILL BE CASH
BIG FREE LUNCH AT NOON
LE ROBERTS, Owner F.N.W00DRY,
Phone 3004, Independence. The Auctioneer,
Phone 510 or 511, Salem
Note: List your sale with me for RESULTS.
Woodry is now located at 270 N. Commercial Street
Against Market Advances in Shoes. We have gotten
in early on some good buys and are offering you our
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Complete Stock of Men's, Women's and Children's 4
SHOES - SH0
AT PRE-WAR PRICES
If yoa are a careful buyer and know good values 3
when you see them, we can certainly satisfy you.
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Stove Prices Smashed
RANGES, HEATERS, OIL STOVES v.
We Lead for Low Prices and High Quality.
NEW FURNITURE ARRTVING EVERY DA Y
WE BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE
Peoples Furniture Store
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE
New and 2nd Hand Goods Bought, Sold
and Exchanged.
271 North Commercial St. Phone 734