Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, November 21, 1919, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JuUKJMAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 19U
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ULTIMATI
Paris, Nov. 21.- Tnited Press.)
The .Hungarian 'government has acU '
dressed an ultimatum to the Austrian
government ordering the Vienna au
thorities to surrender Bela Kun, for
mer Hungarian soviet dictator, and his
accomplices, according to Budapest ad
vices today. '
'Admiral Horthy has been Instructed
to prepare military meaHures if neces
sary, to enforce the Hungarian ulti
matum, the advices said. Horthy ts
head of the new Hungarian army. I
Tho Hungarian demands will be en
forced even If a declaration of war and
a march toward Vienna is necessary,,
advices here declared.
Portland Men, Injured
In Auto Accident, May Die
.Portland, Or., Nov. 21. Two men, it
Is feared, will died as a result of a
colllflsion bctwen an automobile truck
and a streetcar here.
Robert O. Welsh, driver of the truck
was thrown out of the seat and a rear
wheel of the heavy vehicle passed over
him. He received probable fatal inter
nal injuries.
l''r-.(i Keller suffered a fractured
Skull and is not expected to live.
Frank Beatty escaped with slight in
juries. Thefe three were occupants of thr
truck, which was partly wrecked.
For Liver And Bowels
Dr.'Carter's K. & B. Tea
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Mild, ((tie VcKCIalilc Laxative
uikI Healthful Drink
Editor And Paper Fined
For Contempt Of Court
Omaha, Neb., Nov. 21 Kdltor Hose- '
water and the Bee Publishing com
pany were fined $1000 each by District i
Judge Redick, when found guilty of
contempt, as a result of publishing an
article dealing with an alleged frame
up by police in tampering with grand
Jury witnesses, which resulted In the
Indictment of J. Hurry Moore, Bee re
porter, for tilleged participation in th
riots fere September 28. Moore under
siimlar charges was found not guilty
on grounds of insufficient evidence.
Rnsewater will appeal.
To Prevent Influenza
Colds cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab
lets remove the cause. There is only
one "Bromo Quinine." E.W. GROVES
signature on box. 30c0. (Adv)
I You can keep the whole family in
jgood health if you will brew a cup of
ivegetablo tea every Other night and,
I have them flrink it just before going
i to bed.
For very little money you can get
a package of Dr. Carter's K. & B. I
Tea, and after you and the dear ones
have used it for a week you'll say it's :
the finest, gentlest and most com
plete tonlo laxative you ever " ran '
across.' 1 ' ' :''' I
For stomach, liver and 'bowels and 1
to purify the blood, nothing is more
reliable. Give' it to the little ones :
when they get feverish and can't eat.
They will like it and it does them lots I
of good. (Adv) j
BANK STATEMENTS CAM-ED
, Washington, Nov. SI. The comp
troller of the treasury today issued a
call for the condition of national banks
, on Monday, November-17. i
Yourearningpower
When it rains is
made sure
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SUITS, O'CO ATS,
RAINCOATS
Saturday, Nov. 22
10 o'clock a. m., all of the following goods:
337 Court Street
Clocks, watches, guitars, drums, violins, picture
frames, lamps, cameras, typewriters, pianos, chairs,
tables, stoves, bicycles, motorcycles, guns, tools,
graphophones, sewing machines, suits, overcoats,
rain coats, ladies' cloaks, men's pants, hats, caps,
shoes. And thousands of other useful articles that
we are closing out regardless of cost. There will be
bargains and lots of them. COME!
TERMS OF SALE CASH!
GEO. MILES, Owner, .
337 Court Street
Col. W. F. Wright,
Auctioneer.
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Many Good' People of Salem Are Wearing
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Shoes
YOU CAN TELL THEM AT A GLANCE. STYLE, DURABILITY AND
COMFORT ARE COMBINED ONLY IN HIGH GRADE SHOES AND THEY
COST NO MORE, SO WHY NOT GET THE HABIT, AND
Buy Your Shoes of Price
LADIES' DRESS SHOES . Men's $9 and $10 Dress
Kid and patent leather, cloth top and two-tone .
high heels. Regular $8, $9 and $10 Shoes. $6.95
$4.95
Mens$12and$13Munson
LADIES' DRESS SHOES last $8.95
Brown Kid, Cloth top Shoes, Military heels, .
regular $10 sellers ,
a- Men s $5 and $6 Work Shoes
W'JsO $3.95
LADIES' FINE SHOES . .... '
Black and Brown Kid Shoes with Baby Louis Men S ) and $5 Army 5hoes
Heels, regular $13 stock shoe $3 95
$9.95 ,
. Men s $10 10-inch Loggers
LADIES' COMFORT SHOES $6.95
Black Vici Kid Comfort Shoes, plain or tip toes, : .
regular $5 and $6
(13 rF Men's $11 Tan, 16-inch
KitvO Top Shoes. $7.95
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NOW IN PROGRESS; AI SAIEM'S GREATEST WOMEN'S APPAREL STORE
Our Entire Stock consisting of misses'; young ladies' and women's stylish fall and winter apparel offered at one
third to one-half below regular values. Pursuant to our policy of disposing of all surplus stock away below regular
prices and because of the late arrival of many valuable lots of merchandise and our determination to make room
for more new goods now in transit, we have resolved to take radical price reducing measures, for immediate unlo
ading of vast quantities of this season's styles in Women's Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Millinery and
Furs, forced to put on a sale of such magnitude at this early date and at a time when you need such garments, instead -of
waiting for the usual January Clearance sale. We are offering you the advantage of a complete stock at the most
phenomenal price reductions the people of Salem and vicinity have ever known. ALL THOUGHT OF PROFIT
HAS BEEN ABANDONED AND PRICES CUT TO THE QUICK. '
Great Unloading Sale of Women's Coats
$42.50 to $55 Values $33
Look where -you will, you'll not find another such stock of handsome new coats
in Salem. Coats for all occasions and of every desirable material direct from
America's foremost coat makers including wool velours, plushes, hurellas, vel
vets, broadcloth, Kerseys, Silvertone and kindred materials. Belted or semi-fit-ling
models. Weliave them in browns, greens, taupe, navy,- burgundy, plum and
other leading colors. I moadmg Sale Price :
$33.00
$35 to $40 Coats Now $21.50
Hundreds of new Fall and Winter coats for women and misses. Some full lined,
others half lined, others vinlined. Loosj and belted models hi great array. Large
self cape or fur collars, Brown, Pekin, reindeer, taupe, plum, Burgundy, navy,
and green
And another' lot including Rain Coats, v.ilu?s"iip to $30. Sale PiW"
14.75 M
Corresponding reductions in higher priced coats.
Suits and Dresses Galore at Unloading Sale Prices
$35 to $47.50 Suits $23.75
There are so many beautiful new models that it is impos-
sinie to (lescrioe mem in derail sunice to say every new
and popular style for- Fall and Winter is represented.
Suits of burellas, serges, velours," velvets, broadcloths,
poplins, and novelty mixtures, Unloading .Sale Price
$50 to $62.50 Misses' and Women's Suits $29.50
Handsome suits embracing desirable style features fa
vored by the devotees of fashion these splendid gar
ments, so skillfully designed and carefully tailored, Vill
win instant approval from women desirous of adhering
closely to the prevailing modes. Values up to $62.50, Un
loading Sale Price
$65 to $87.50 Suits $37.50
And another group of plain tailored alid novelty suits
for young ladies and women. Every new and worthy de
sign. Smart styles for afreet and dress occasions. Nov
elty and plain tailored models. Prevailing materials are
serges, gabardines, broadcloths, wool velours, tricotines,
, etc. All colors and sizes.
$23.15
its $29.50
$29.50
SALE PRICE
S37
SO
Regular Values $65.00
Regular Values $72.50
Regular Values $77.50
Regular Values $82.50
' Greatest Sale of Dresses Ever Known in Salem
Messaline, Taffeta Silk, Jersey, Velvet and Georgette Dresses, t he kind you'll want to buy, not odd lots or models that didn't take
and were then reduced in price to be pushed out. No indeed, but the newest, and best made; every detail as perfect as skilled
makers au accomplish, at one-third to one-half, and in some instances less than one-half their regular prices.
$25.00 to $:W.OO Dresses Now . . . $16.5040.00 to $45.00 Dresses Now ..-.'..; .'. $24.75
$:!2.50 to $:15.00 Dresses Now $18.75 $50.00 to .$55.00 Dresses Now . , .$29.50
$:17.50 to $;l!).00 Dresses Now ; . .$22.50$60.00 to $75.00 Dresses Now . $37'50
Dresses Hats . Waists Sweaters
Taffeta Silk, Wool Serge, Trimmed Hats for young ' . . . .
MMoalina Satin and Jersey . 'adifs including " organaT aisU 7 50 S'ip? Sweatel'9- vai"
Turbans and large Velvet . urganaie waists.
Dresses, values up to 37.50 models, small, medium and various new and pretty de- . ious colors and all sizes, un-
for ' ' X $4 50 t0 ,5 5 .080d.uae138lZe3' ,1-50tO loading sa.e price
$1975 $2.48 98c $5.75
(The Old White Corner)
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store