Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, November 21, 1919, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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.iLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1919.
PAf'fi THRE?
MEXICO EXPECTED
TO CAPITULATE TO
AMERICAN DEflAND
Washington, Nov. 21. Immediate
capitulation of the Mexican authori
ties on the issue created by their im
prisonment ' of William o. Jenkins,
American consular agent at Pueblak
was expected by the state department
today to put a quick end to the latest
Mexican "crisis. . , ...
The United States has peremptorily
demanded Jenkins' immediate release
In what is considered one of the most
aggressive notes ever sent to Carran-
za. A reply was expected today or to
morrow. ' ' - - :
; The entire matter has been laid be
fore President .Wilson's cabinet
It was believed today that the state
department's ultimatum . was passed
on by President Wilson before it was
despatched to Mexico.
The note of yesterday Rtated that
the deoartment is in possession of in
formation" showing that the arrest of
Jenkins was absolutely arbitrary and
unwarranted.
This was interpreted as showing
that the state department now is con
vinced that the charge against Jen
kins of collusion with the bandits.
who captured and held him for $150,-
000 ransom, are baseless.
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By Camillo Cianfarra
mnlftirt Prnfm nta.ff correfiDondent)
Rome; Nov. 18. (Night) Returns
from Sunday's elections for the cham
hr nf dnnuties. as made cubllo off!
cially by the ministry of the interior
tnnioht ohnwori the socialists have
elected from 130 to .135 deputies, the
Catholics 120 and the consijtuuonai
Jsts. 233.
Commander Rlzzo. one of the prin
cipal lieutenants of Gabriele D'Ahnu-
zio at Fiume, has been elected rrom
Fiume, it was indicated, but defeated
at Messina. (Under Italian election
laws it is possible for a candidate to
run from two districts in the same
election.) - '
Rannna from the north and central
districts today increased the Catholic
Vote in those sessions, nearly counter
balancing the vote. Reports from
Turin said Former Minister Facta
probably would be the only Giollttist
re-elected. 1
Movie Bandit
Says Carlisle
Heads for "Chi"
Chicago, Nov. 21. "Bill" Carlisle,
Wyoming's Jessie James, is. probably
on his way, to Chicago.
'. This was the opinion expressed to
day by Fred Stone, movie bandit and
comedian, to the United Press.
"Carlisle is evident too wise a bird"
Stone said, "to make an. attempt to
elude pursuit for any length of time
in the so called wilds of Wyoming,
tie would naturally seek out the best
hiding place and that is, of course,
(Chicago, or .any other large city.
"Carlisle has shown enough nerve
in hia exDloits to lead
me to believe that he had the whole
thing figured out before he puiiea
h ro in rahharlFVH. He probably went
to some out of the way station and
boarded a train for the east a short
time after the exploit.
: "I was born and raised out in that
country and I know it thorougniy. in
Km inva thorn isn't a place in the
,i f a to nf wvnmlnc' where Car
lisle could hiiJe 'for any length ' of
time. Indications that ne usea an au
tomobile in effecting his "escape" are
thoroughly in accord with the accept
ed bandit technique." ..
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rroa vitntv "miirt'nf Jackson coun
Uaa oim tn match the special
levy for good roads made in any road
district up to 1 6 000. in excess or mat
amount the county will give 26 per
cent.
FREE TO
Pile Sufferers
Don't Bt Cut-Until Yon Trr ThiaNaw Horn
Cur That Aajon Can Uta Without
- Discomf ort or Loss off Tim. Simply Chew
op a Plruut Tasting TibUt OccaaktBallr
and Rid Yourself of Pilca,
Lei Me Prove This Free.
Mr Internal method for the treatment
sod permajiiit rll'fof piles LstJifnmTfi't
one. Thousands upon tbousandsof grate
ful letter M-at i(y to llils. and I want you
to try thla.methotf at expense.
No matter whether yoar case Is of lon
tunrtitigor reivnt development, whether
It lscbronlc ornpot, whether It li oecaj.
local or permanent, you should send tor
this free trial treatment.
Mo matter where you lire no matter
what your age or occupation 11 you are
troubled wltb piles, my method will re
lieve you promptly.
1 especially went to send It to those
appnrently hopeless caeeiwbereall forms
of ointments, salves, and other local ap
plications have failed.
1 want you to realize that my method
of treating Plies ta the one must depend
able treatment.
This liberal offer of free treatment is
too Important for you to neglect a single
day. Write now. Send no money. Simply
mall tbe coupon bat do this now
TODAY.
Free Pile Remedy
K. P.. Fswe.
Face Bldg, ft: arahall. Mich.
Pleaae send free trial of your Method
to:
State House Briefs.
Flans and specification!! for a grav
ity water system for the city of Happ
ner have been forwarded to the state
engineer's office for approval by the
state board of health.
Plans for a sewer system at Seaside
have also been filed with the state en
gineer for approval.
Dr. T. C. Smith, Jr., is attending the
Shriners' ceremonial in Portland. ,
LOOK
. Biggest sale of food pro
ducts eve rhel din : Salem,
Saturday 22,at Peoples Cash
Store. - -
EVER TRY TO
WRITEASM
Did yon send it to a publisher?
And did he return it? Do you
know why?
"WORDS AND
MUSIC BY--"
Featuring
AIJBERT RAY -
' With
EINORFAIR
Is gripping, human interest story
of the struggles t a boy and girl
for recognition In the musical world
SEE IT TODAY!
BLIGH Theatre
PRINCF PUTS WREATH
ON ROOSEVELT GRAVE
By W. R. Hargravea
(Vnlted Press" staff correspondent)
New York, Nov. 21. The Prince of
Wales today placed a wreath on the
grave of Colonel Theodora Roosevelt
at Oyster Bay. -
From the little oemetery plot he
was to go to the Pipping Rook club
for luncheon and from there to H. M.
S. Renown; where a reoepton to 104)0
New York children was to be held this
afternoon. This evening his program
cilia for dinner at the Waldorf-Astor:
la as guest of tbe Pilgrim's society;
attendance at the New York Hippo
drome and a reception in his honor la
the Seventh regiment armory by Mr.
and Mrs. Rodman Wanamaker. -.
Auction Sale
Saturday, November 22 1919
1 p. m. Ferry and Liberty Sts.
POTATOES
FARM MACHINERY
HORSES
A LOT OF SMALL TOOLS
Don't Miss This Sale
::"::;.:":"VtSATlTRiEt;
TV.1', Auctioneer
Uothes tor
Elderly People Have A
Daily HealtK Problem
, Stomach muscles and digestive organs
slow, to act as age advances ' .
MOST people tad Ae ytrs ippinj by
without reaEzing it, until luoxlcnly
. coofrcuted with the fact that they can
no (onger oSgett wrythiag rhcy would like to
et n then become thee daily Us to avoia
what they know to be chronic ceaslipanon.
; When exercise and Kg did fail i will be
necessary to retort to artificial mesas. Strong
physics and ulhwoct, however, are not ad
visable (or eMeriy people. Trtey act too
powerfully and a (ccling of weakness results.
MHiat is needed a a laaative containing
effective but mild properties. TH is best
found in Dl. Caldwelfa Syrup Pepsin
which i a oombinatioB A simple -Uiative
herbs with pepsin.- K arts gently and Kith,
out griping, and used few daya will bain
the digestive organ to do their work natut
rally again without other aid.
Dr. Caldwell's Synsp Pepsin has been
on the market since 1692 and was the
private formula of Dr. W. B. CaldweH,
who is himself past 60 yean of age and
still active in his profession. It can be
bought at any drug store for 50c and $1
a bottle, the latter containrog enough to lart
even targe family many months. It is i
trustworthy preparation.
; In spile of Hit fact that Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin is the largest selling liquid
laxative in lite world, there being over
6 million bottles sold each year, -many
who need its benefits hate not yet used
it. If you have not, send your name and
' address for t free trial bottle to Dr. II'.
; B. Cold-Mil, 511 Washington St., Mr
cello, Illinois. -
LOOK
LISTEN 1 nooDooo
HIGH COST OF LIVING GONE AT OUR FOOD PRODUCT SALE, SATUR-
. - . . ? DAY, NOVEMBER 22, AT "
Peoples Cash Store
!
DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING EARLY
SATURDAY BARGAIN DAY AT
The Remnant Store
CLEARING UP OF ALL ENDS. LAST GENERAL SALE UNTIL AFTER 4
XMAS. COME AND HITCH YOUR DOLLAR TO THE BIGGEST LOAD
OF THE SEASON
Ladies hats.:.. PRICE
500 felt floor mats
Sat. price, each .$2.79
500 Ladies' silk and
- wool underwear
suits, Sat. price $3.50
$2.25 ladies' union suits
at $1.75 suit
98c Children's union
suits at .......,........49c suit
75c figured sateen, Sat
urday price ..49c
75c wool yam ..........59c
Mill end white outing
flannel, yd 15c, 27c, 32c
35c dark grey outing at
yard '.. . 25c
$7.95 children's wool
dresses, Sat. price $5.95
$10 ladies' serge wool
middies . .$6.95
$7.50 quality at..$5.95
$1.00 men's ties 75c
Apron gingham, yd 22c
Big bargains wool dress
poods remnants.
Crepe Je Chine hand
kerchiefs .....39c
198 ladies pocket book,
sale price .. $1.18
1 yd outing flannel 35c
$1.25 figured sateen,
Sat. price, yd :...........98c
.Table cloth remnants at
a year ago prices.
Mill ends of ginghams
25c, 29c, and 35c yard
Black and white calico
. yard .15c
Bob White eoap, 9 bars
for .. ..... ............49c
Velveteen at, yd....$1.19
Saturday is Blanket Day
at The Remnant Store
Mill runs in plaid blankets today values are $5 to $6. A few pair only, Sat. $3.98
$4.69 Xxtra big cotton blanket, size 72x90, Sat price :$3.98
$10.00 Grey wool blanket, 5 lb weight, Saturday price $7.48
$9.50 Size 72x90 White blankets, Saturday price .$6.98 pair
$7.50 size 66x80 white blanket, Saturday price .. ...$5.95
Baby blankets at........ :. $1.25, $1.75, $3.00 and $3.98 pair
Embroidery
Needles
10c
Package
THE HW STORE
. 254 N. Commercial St.
Buyour Xmas goods now. A small payment
will hold it for you.
. Big
Showing
Of Xmas
Toys
the Boy
THEY surely are impor
tantthe weather is too
cold to be partly clothed;
therefore bring him : to
We have SUITS for the
boy that will "SUIT" him
and yourselfat a moder
ate price
THEY are made from as
good materials ' as the
men's suits . and tailored
in' the same style, includ
ing the belted models. .'
Boys ao& Hats
That are practically indes
tructable. That is what
Should count with a boy's
hat. While they have the ,
style" and wearing qual
itiesThey are so moder
ate in price.
"BISHOPS FABRIC"
" 1 Jite-
Boys' Ccrdiurcys.
THEY are as serviceable
as a chunk of iron They -
should be to keep him
looking proper.
CUT on the same model as
the regular suits, have the
same snappy appearance
and 'an added amount of
wear. : , .
IF you have never bought
a Corduroy before ask the
salesman to explain about
the wearing qualities.
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? DAYS UNTIL
THAMSGIV1G
Cameron
IN the light diess and in
the heavier work shoe
They are in qualities that
cannot be beat and seldom
equalled.
TOOTS FABRIC-
WE have stocked these garments in a sufficient quantity to meet any
ordinary demand-but we have more coming as we expect that when the
mothers of Salem see this extraordinary garment they will immediately
purchase several of them. . ; '
THEY come in BLUE, BROWN, and IRON CHAMBRAY. They have
many unusual features that should appeal to your common sense.
Boys Shoes in style for the n
coming man or America. r
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7 DAYS UNTIL
TE4NRSOVING
"Every Family in Maron and Polk Counties a Patron"
Salem Woolen frills Store
T5
at
EHBiMEHnDOCDU
WeBny for lUss
We Sefl for less
Salem Sample Store
141 North Commercial Street
Provide for the approaching cold weather and supply your needs from this
well selected Stock of Footwear and wearing apparel priced to you at oui;
usual low prices. ".,'.... ' .'. ' ;.
Men's Werk Slices
Black or brown Blucher .....
; ...... $2.98, $3.65, $4.85, $5.98 to $7.00
Men's High Top Skes
These run from 8 to 14 inch top in
I various cloths $445, $6.85, $7.85 to
$10.50.
Men's Chippewa Work Shoes
With cap or plain toe, 6 to 8 inch
top ....$4.95, $6.50, $7.50 to $8.50
Chippewa Loggers
Plain or calked $11.95 to $12.95
I Men s Tan Dress Shoes
. : $4.85, $6.50, $8.85 to $9.50
" Men's Black Dress Shoes
' $4.45, $5.85, $7.85 to $9.50
Boy's Brown English Shoes
- $5.00 to $5.85
Boy's Black English Shoes
$4.65, $485 to $5.00
Boy s Heavy School Shoes
$2.98, $3.20, $3.98 to $485
Men's Winter Underwear ,
Cotton Unions $1.75 and $1.$
, Part Wool Unions $2.95
Wright's Woolen $4.50
Bradford Woolen $4.50
Cotton Shirts or Drawers 98c
Wool Mixed Shirts and Drawers $1.98
Camels Hair $2.25
Men s Flannel Shirts
$1.85, $2.25, $2.85 to $3.45 "
Grey, Tan or Grey Stripe
Men's Leather Jerkins
With or without sleeves, wool
lined $7.85 and $9.85
Men's Part Wool and Wool Socks
35c, 45c, 60c, 65c and 85c
Mens Kersey Wool
$3.85 to $5.85
Men's Mackenaws
$8.45 to $12.00
' Men's Sweaters
Gray, blue and maroon $3.95 to $6.00
Men's Robher Footwear
Hip Boots $5.98 and $6.50
Lo Pacs $2.95 and $3.45
Hy Pacs - $3.45 and $3.75
Sportmen's Special ..-.... $5.00
Rubbers - $i.uu, ana i.tu
Boy's Rubbers 80c, 85c and 98c
Pants..
Ladies' Rubbers
Misses' Rubbers .....
65c and 75c
55c and 65c
Women's Brown Kid Shoes
Military or Louis heel $6.00 to $8.45
Women's tan calf Shoes $7.95
SuitCases $1.75 to $16.50
Bags $2.45 to $18.50
Trunks ... ........ $9.95 to $22.50
Boy's Corduroy Suits, ages 5 to 8
C. J Bi?eie & Co.
t SEE OUR FACTORY SAMPLES OF LADIES SUITS, DRESSES & COATS t
t Ynn ita hotter Here for Less. - ?t