Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, November 21, 1919, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 21, 1919
PAGE SEVEN.
! OSIIESS WOMEN'S
CUIBWSDR1
t The Business and Professional wo
men's club, which m organised bar
fear moutha ago, received a new
Impetus In the visit of Miss Belle Jef
frey, state director of the educational
campaign for Oregon, and Miss Ger
trude Bader, last week, and has r
aewed its active campaigning. A sys
tematio publicity movement has been
' started in order to keep the work of
the dub and the T. W. C. A., with
tich It is closely affiliated, before
the public, and to prevent interest in
the organization from lagging. Miss
Laura Bell has been appointed chair
man of the publicity committee, with
Hiss Eva Scott as her principal as-
'aistant The club will endeavor to
have something of interest and edu
cational value to report each week.
and wilt make it a point to study the
affairs of the national Y. W. C. A.
An extensive program, which will be
of interest to all business and profes
sional women in the city, will be car
ried out this winter. The club is not
'eaclusively for members of the T. "W.
C. A., but is open to all business girls
In Salem. Dr. Mary Rowland is presi
dent, and information concerning It
may be obtained from her or from the
office room of the Y, W. Q. A. on Lib
erty street.
Police Seek Youth Who
Rested Murdered Man's Car
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 21 Two youths
wearing fur storm caps, are being
sought by police throughout the north
west today in an effort to solve the
mystery aurorunding the murder of
Lee Linton. Everett taxi driver, whose
body was found In a ditch near Everett
Thursday morning. ' .
The driver's skull had been crushed by
a blow over the head with a blunt in
strument. His oar and $40 in money
are missing. Two youths rented the
oar yesterday evening and asked to be
taken to Snohomish, according to Lin
ton's employers.
AFWOFSPM
FREE CLINIC JflMBLED
Cut Out Middle
Man, Chicago's
War Cry Today
Chicago, Nov. 21. "Cut out the
middle man."
This was the slogan for war on
nigh coat of living declared today by
the Joint conference of farm organi
sations and labor representatives here
The conference was called -by offi-,
ciala of the Farmers' National Coun
cil and the National Cooperative as
sociation, to line up labor and the
farmer behind the reconstruction pro
gram of legislation, to be placed be
fore congress.
I Spokane, Wash., Nov. 21. The af
: fairs of the junior Red Cross clinic at
one of the public schools here today
-were in a jumbled state, - following
yesterday's declaration of a war by
the Spokane county medical associa
tion.
Members of the association today
were making it plain that they stand
ready to treat all children charity
cases, but not at the clinic. -
They charge that out of the first
four children applying for treatment
at the clinic three had parents finan
cially able to pay. At this rate, they
claim, their revenue would soon be
out off.
The doctors demand that the cases
be. treated at the regular hospitals,
and that they shall determine which
cases are charity.
The Eed Cross has not yet deter
mined what course will be taken. ,'
SPOKANE'S SUPPLY SHORT
Spokane, Wash., Nov. 21. Spokane
has a IB-day fuel supply, according to
dealers. Coal bins are being replen
ished with Canadian coal. Approxi
mately 8000 tons of coke are on hand.
MiU weather is helping to solve the
problem.
COU IS BESVED
FOROAIIMGE
i Washington, Nov. 21. President
Wilson has decided to reserve com
ment on the defeat of the peace
treaty until he sends his message to
the regular session of congress open
ing December 1, it was learned au
thoritatively at the white house.
Secretary Tumulty and the presi
dent had a long conference at which
this decision was .reached. The
treaty situation will remain as it is
at present,' It was learned, until Wil
son puts the treaty before the next
session. . '
Wilson is working on his message
to congress now.
TOXINS
San Francisco, Nov. 21. Harry
Wills gently dropped his right on
Knockout Kruvosky in the second
minute of their first round last night
and "Kayo" dropped. He might have
been able to continue, but Referee
Hanlon stopped the fight. '
The fans were convinced that the
negro heavyweight had lost none of
his effectiveness.
Bt. Paul, Minn., Nov. 21. Michael J.
Cibbons, one of the northwest favorites
for 12 years, will have his first crack
at a title tonight when he meets Mid
dleweight Champion Michael O'Dowd
in a scheduled ten round bout. There
will be no decision. Gibbons must
knock his opponent out If he hopes to
wear the crown.
Portlander To Succeed !
McNasghtea On Board
W. L. Brewster of Portland will suc
ceed E. B. McNaughton also of Port
land as a member of the industrial
welfare commission when the tatter's
term expires January 1, according te
a . statement . by Governor Oleott.
Thursday. McNaughton - has asked
that he be not reappointed On the
commission as other interests prevent
his attention to the affairs of the wel
fare, body. t .
$11 O DAMAGED
BY IliURY FIRE
Osslning, N. T., Nov. 21. Fire, be
lieved by officials to have been incen
diary origin, today destroyed the stor
age buildings in Sing Sing prison with
a loss. of more than (200,000.
The water main supplying the prison
was cut yesterday and Acting Warden
Evers said he believed "somebody took
advantage of this." A number of pris
oners will be thrown out of work, ow
ing to destruction of raw materials
and officials advanced the theory this
was the object sought by those who
set the fire, as there was no disorder
or attempt to escape.
- Prisoners assisted the prison , and
city fire department in fighting the
blaze which was brought under con
trol shortly after 11 o'clock.
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BRITISH AGREE TO
AID FRANCE IN WAR
Paris, Nov. 21. (United Press.)
The Franco-British treaty, by which
Great Britain agrees to come to
France's aid in event of unwarranted
German aggression, became effective
today when Earl Crewe, on behalf of
Great Britain and Foreign Minister
Pichon on behalf of France, exchanged
frraal notices of ratification.
The allied and German commissions
held their first Joint session today w
consider methods for execution of the
peace treaty and the protocol.
COAL IMPORTS STEADY
Vancouver, B. C, Nov. 21. Altho
government licenses are required be
fore coal can be shipped out of Can
ada, there has been no stoppage of
coal shipments into Washington state
officials rh charge of exports said to
day. The licenses are freely issued
here since there is no indication that
a shortage of fuel will be felt.
STATE HOUSE BRIEFS
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GEORCE lcane tuticer
Producer o
The miracle man
A call for a report of the condition
tf state banks in Oregon at the close
of business November seventeenth
was issued this morning by Will PI.
Bennett, state superintendent of
banks. , ' i.
Applications for increases in tele
phone rates were filed with the pub
lic service commission this morning
by the Lebanon Mutual Telephone
company and the Newberg Telephone
company. Both allege that increased
cost of materials and increased wages
to employes make operation, under
present rates impossible.
Publisher Of Business
Chronicle Is Arrested
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 21. Edwin
Selvin, publisher of the Business
Chronicle, was arrested Thursday by
United States post office inspectors
on a warrant charging that he caused
to be published unmallable matter.
The article which caused Selvin's ar
reut was an editorial in the last issue
of his paper in which labor unions
were violently attacked and the ad
ministration at Washington severely
criticized for its attitude toward
labor. The editorial, it is charged by
the post office department, "tended
to incite murder, arson and other
crimes." .
IF YOUR EARS RING
WITH HEAD NOISES
- .
If you have roaring, buzz-
lng noises in your ears, are
getting bard of hearing and
fear catarrhal deaf noon n tn
' your druggist and get 1 ounce
or jfarmint (double strength)
and add to it 1-4 pint of hot
. water and a little granulat-
ed sugar. Take 1 tablespoon-
ful four times a day. sjc
This Will often hrinr milflr 9k
relief from the distressing
head noises. Clogged nostrils
should open, breathing be-
come eajtv anA th mna
stop dropping into the throat.
it is easy to prepare, costs lit-
tie and is pleasant to take
Anyone who has catarrhal
- trouble of the" ears, is hard of
hearing or has head noises
should give this prescription a
trial. (Adv)
,
fATARRH
IV . For head or throat
Catarrh try the
vapor treatment
'apori
Y0UR BODYGUARD" " 30. 60T20
mm-
Moved
From my former place of busi
ness to the corner of South 12th
, end Mill Sts., la the big yellow
building. - Will he permanently
located and in a better position
to serve my customers. I have a
nice lot of new and secondhand
Furniture, Harness and a good
selection of standard Ranges.
My stock is nice and clean, with
reasonable prices. ' If you have
anything to offer of exchange,
H. M. Cannon
PHONE 666
395 South 12th St.
EALSLTAX RETURNS
COETICTED REPORTS
Washington, Nov. 21. False tax re
turns made by former officials of the
Crucible Steel company have been cor
rected andthe full amount of taxes due
the .government paid, H. S. Wilkinson,
new chairman, of the firm's board of
directors. Bays.
Wilkinson's statement was issued
from the office of Commissioner of In
ternal Revenue Ropier, with whom
Wilkinson has been in conference con
cerning nveviens irregularities.
Tha statement also declares that the
company will eo-operate with the gov
ernment in taking "vigorous action
against such officials of the company
as were responsible for filing false returns"
Wilkinson said the payment of the
additional taxes would not affect the
value of the stock of the company,
since a large reserve for payment oi
income and profit taxes has been maw
tained.
M te
Of a total ef 1846,000 in taxes due
in Coos county more than $740,000 of
the -amount has been collected, leav
ing less than 1106,000 on the delin
quent list. " ,
SALE
Saturday, November 22, at
Peoples Cash Store. Prices
cut within reach of all.
BIG SALE
I Saturday, November 22, canned goods, meats and
, provisions. Low prices. Don't miss this.
Peoples Cash Store
li
Broad, fertile acres, a guarantee of health,
wealth and happiness, are offered at attractive
prices regularly in our Want Ad colurhns. If
yoa want to buy or sell farm property yon can
put your message before thousands with a Want
Ad in this newspaper. Our readers are responsive
and prosperous people people with whom you
will be glad to do business. Answers to Want
Ads in this newspaper are usually prompt because
our readers are trained in the profitable habit of
watching our Want Ad columns.
Send Your Message Broadcast
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Want Ads liire these, placed before the select
illation which this paper enjoys have given
y advertisers prompt and big returns. '
Read and Use the WantAds in
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
ROSTEIN GREENBAUM
LADIES' AND GIRLS' COATS
Nice new nifty styles, the very latest, good woolen
cloths, and considering the market, they are
low priced.
MINERVA YARNS
The best to be had. Big assortment, beautiful shades
Silk mixed sweater yarn.
- SEK PETTICOATS
Just what you want, a nice silk petticoat, all new
pretty colors, nice silks.
SILKUOMiAS
Although very scarce, we have a splendid assortment
wonderful colorings, fine handles, ivory
, tipped, large ferrels. . ;
BLANKETS ;
Pretty plaids, 66x80, pair $6.25; 74x84, pair, $7.25
Millinery at reduced prices. Take advantage of this.
Nice new ready-to-wear hats, real bargains, feath
ers and hat ornaments at reduced prices.
240-246 North Commercial Street
POTATOES
T BurbankH, American Wonders, T
Netted Gems, Pride of Multno-
X mob. Garnet Chill, Early Rose. X
T We pay the hlgbeot prices and T
X are always in the Market. 1
mxasBRos.
APPLES APPLES
50c and 75c Box
Phone 1752
554 Ferry Street
That is not merely "Satisfactory" but is so much I
better that it can truthfully be called a perfect fit I
1JN 1'AIK
J. & K.
and
K. & K.
itluArch
Our November Clearance Sale
Closes Saturday
Big Reductions in
Kitchenware
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Blue and White Dishpans $1.09
Blue and White Tea Kettles $1.09
Stew Pans, Kettles and Berlin Kettles 98c
Ocean Blue Kettles 29c
Ocean Blue Pudding Pans 29c
Ocean Blue Wash Basins
u
9c
SOME FINE NIGHTGOWNS LEFT
Ladies' Night Gowns, $1.85 value $1.19
Ladies' Night Gowns, $2.00 value . $1.40
Ladies' Night Gowns, $2.50 value '. : $1.65
Children's Night Gowns, $15$1.15... 85c
- . ' ' HATS STILL REDUCED -
Big assortment and selection from $1.00 to $5.00 ; '
Ladies' and Children's Underwear, high quality, medium weight $1.15, $1.85
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The
Store
cf Values
Shoes for Women. Buy Them at Closing Out Prices
and have a perfect fit
$f.00 black kid, dainty last ..........$9.65
$13.00 black kid, Venus last :..... ...$10.50
These are Orthopedic Shoes which give a perfect fit
and prevent broken arches. The ideal shoe for nur
ses and teachers. We have these also in white.... $6.90
$11.50 brown kid, Louis heel at ....$9.85
$12.50 brown kid, military heel .$9.90
$9.00 brown or black oxford $7.50
$15.00 white washable kid, Cuban heel $10.90
Buy a pair for next summer and save $10 per pair
$15.00 grey kid, Cuban heel ............;.................$10.45
$13.50 black kid, Bayne last $10.45
Bear m mind the fact that we carry nothing but
high grade goods such as
julius kokenge
keith konqueror
shoes :
If you want a real shoe, buy them now at
CLOSING, OUT PRICES
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QUALITY HIGHEST-
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