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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1919)
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Hi fMY IEMES FOR
Need For Salvation Armv
Home In Salem Shown Bv
Pitiful Case of Elderly Man
WaiHlorli.tr I""1 floJated throuBh was .rood. Then the "lead" petered out
, ,-..,i,t wan in. old
"l lie iwurud Into the aeinl-llKht-'"Top
window wandered through
! alley". out BKHln lnto th!
old. Weak Wind. H. had no hom, no
""ST. Zm Wh.l. brought
.VHU pcLcrcu out
There wan no more tungsten, And the
'-.iwiiiiB wnore once the tanned pros
pector was klmr wan no lnm...
" a, iinv-
en for hint. The tlav of the Kiui... h.
an.l pun wus passed. He a forced
iu come wi st to seek a livelihood.
For several months, now v.. i,i
he had wandered ut times' penniless
unu miliary, mroiurh tha
Senator Charle L. McNary, after a
visit here with friends and relatives.
left this morning at 9:45 tor the na
uonai capital. He Is
....Urn stilt ion.
vsy'.. '.lmlr Ilia cap wai handed pur
Mm with the content of hi pockets;
?nat had I'""" removed when he wus
"e oldm'un-a hand -hook. as he
the fw rtlcl-an old towel,
S-wal .l h.
Id three small coin In hl pockets.
"An awful way to live." hi. note
hh triiRlc nnd he laughed to Conceal
7to e...oli 1" vnlc 'tWB,lty tlVe
there Monday momlnr; at 10:30, and
Will immpillutatv nntot tha uinato
chambers and renew his fight for the
Before departing this morning, Sen
ator McNary expressed his apprecia
tion thA K O. l....lr. 1.1b
w...vi 1 " . viiv f,iur.iu ui Dturui uuiiii in"
western absence, and said that he felt sure
lie was Kiven a bed; states, peeking work. He was told at 'that a great future lies ahead for his
the municipal labor bureau that there jhome city. He did not comment on the
was no worn In Halem. .treaty or other nation
rchiitunt. across hi. mniat .... n.
mopped the tears from hia gray whisk
end cheek with hta coat sleeve. He
thanked the police for the bed. Then
0111 again into me com, cheerless day
mi inacr 10 go, zd cents on WMcti
to subsist, and no work to iro that he
might earn board and lodging.
It won't be long now when the Sal
vation Army will canvass the county
and city. Theywlll Bell Red Cross
seals. The money they get will b
spent m a welfare home for such poor
much opposition to all these measures.
A special senate committee, headed bj
Townsend, Michigan, appointea last
session to map out suitable legislation,
has never reported.
Taxes ami lanir.
income and nrofits
taxes aa Wilson urpred Is necessary,!
Representative Monde", majority lead
er of the house agreed today. He and
Wo.-, nt the wavs and means com-
45 tor the na-m ag we nbers of the tl
due to arrive 1 nnaert to anv
nance cuiium..". - r
general taxation or tariff revision now.
1 ht.A fiirht aoDarentiy is comiim
,-.! 9 -..A..l.,l
nn thn recommenuaiion mi o,,c,.i...
. : rJ - .. .l.'.ia and ChemlCalS
luruiB u'i j v -
D.n,st nf the luxury taxes,, much
oiir,i nf lout xoKsion. appears unlikely.
natnr Penrose, chairman of the sen-
mtnmittee. has expressed
ULC 1 lll.l 1 iv
the view that tax, and tariff revision
when thev come snouiu ue uiuiuufi
work in Salem. , treatv nr nthr natinnoi offoira spom -! wnen tney OOM1
lln drew a thin, calloused hunrt th lnlv nWrhoi uh n,v tht lion and not accomplished piecemeal
skin stretched over the bones like drv ahead for him. I " s,,,1'er ...
ren,M'' in 1,U onlv eve.2 An
,' ,.. marked the place where mortals as this old wanderer
: . youth beamed In hlfl gray eyes, it worthy of your support?.
Tlu' siory he told win pathetic.
Many years, he aaid, ho hud tramp- Farmers under the Ochoco irrigation
a tbniUfdi tho Bunhakeil uiul snow prljtei have decided to pool their or-
.,r..ii iiiountnlns around Colorado iVrH fur approximately HQOO pounds of
c. .inL-H There were times when for- alfnlf 1 seed to be Bown on project
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tune HIinH'O Wl"ll li"i, i-i n mntin if'i .vf.11
(Continued from page one)
Poindexter has a similar bill,
t..,t- Mrtmlell exorViSS-
liepuni't"" - .
ed gratification at Alison's support of
..,....,otn mialde soldiers to get
land. The b'U has been favorably re
ported by the house public lands com
Imittee. ' ' .." .
Restoration 01 rate.
Repeal pf war legislation is discuss-
. ...... immrifntp action uiiwn t"'
ea, dui no - - ',..-
unnn the renu"
declaring peace seems likely,' Repre-
1 nffnra rnmiiiiLiKC w
at disloyal organizations. iseverai . , regoiution in
. ... .u. flav mpc areu
" Americanization" mils are uciuie rnnnot na
. ,,lK, itUu, its present form cannot pa
High Cost of Iilvlng. 1
Rill to reculate cold storage, pack-
. . . ; .. ..... ,..n,i I
ers' iliterestate aisinuuuoii ui i
and extending the Lever food control
1 act are pending before agricultural I
fnmmhte nf both nouses. There is
Senate leaders ' wished
act on it first.
the house to
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY.
JOURNAL WANT ADS FAT
of Salem, Oregon jfQ
will buy them
No matter how badly worn we will buy them. Tho
best ones we Will give to the Salvation Army an
other charitable organizations to help those who
cannot neip tnemseives.
THE CONDITIONS ARE
. . cVi ops into the store,
Only that you wear yuu um .
buy a new W reSular PriceS' YU f 6 t0 it
on the new pair and leave the old ones for. ub. e
wil pay for Men's and Ladies' $1 per pair, .for
Boys? and Girl's 50c a pair and for Childen's 2oc
per pair, any kind. I ' , P .
Wil, cost YOU only just the regular prices that we always seU them at and
- a m w W III
IUU Un lV , than any others in this part of the kate
, x, nrifos lower, as usual, than any oiuws t- ,
of equal quauuo. .r - '
WHEN BUYING bMUH
'Ec a pachafie
l before the war
during the war
ni3r si Drkne
J I ' THE FLAUOR LASTS
I SO DOES THE PRICE! !
w . I ' a-
r, This do then compare these prices which you get any day, anyone of
You must of course consider qualities. underprgsent market values
Hi fipWmouse kid cloth top -$8:95
rt 1 . 'CI D.. I n J
toal imensmea iy vuIU
. . q Relow zero weath-
Chicago, jjc.-. i-
. ,.tii.,i throuchout a large
er, wnicii pic... -
' .... . .wi.,,r lirouebt
part of the middle w.m,
home the seriousness ol - -
ai, i rii,im toes, military heels $535
rt.il uiaun. iv-v
Fine black kid, black cloth tops, $9 quality. -.-$5.85
Fine black kid, black cloth tops, schoo! heels...
Blackkidorpatentwithg-'eyortan cloth W,
Dark grey kid, cloth tops, leather nee, , -
Pearl grey, kid cloth tops, leather heels
Ivory kid doth tops, leather heels
, ;iifarv heels "r
ine Drown cau iu"-j
Fine brown all kid leather heels
Elegant High grade Red Cross brown kid
ivonpVi nr Cuban
with Fieiamouse wV, - - , .
' hPPls .easily worth $18, we sell for - SI
TiSnP all Fieldmouse kid, all sizes and w5dths:.rJ9.75
wa brown English lace, welt soles $6.85
Men's Black calf English Goodyear welt soles
, .n.ir.n. ohnnt
Everybody is using ""ntr
ly beautifies tne comp. . --
it. It s- a rea ' t nounters
eVlryX. 'n-ey bacK ,fm
coal mines has failea to rr.., -!
Proctor, chairman of the regional coal
r ..' . ....... nni 81100 cars of
... i,.- -.v,inr. rpeinn Jirmg the
sons in iim -r"
last two we?a.
Scvtnty-nve p , . . .
tries of the unieago oi .-
lr ... ti .... cr.T. throwini?
down Baturoay, i-iui-w.
. -I- n-nilf.
200.0IM) peopu- i
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Men's black calf, round toes, welt soles..
Men's brown heavy work shoes, double
soles, welt .
i4 kather ' . " Ms Children's Department and the Shoeteria or
. . x A nnces in our mh
Lisfhttan, army style $4.95, and jusi c,,Servic Department
THE BIG ELECTRIC SIGN "SHOES''
miir PT . ACE, LOKrui .m
DON'T MISTAKE UR qLD SHOJfiS ai
DON'T FORG1 ?
IN, TUES. WED.,
All Shoes Guaranteed
For Satisfactory Service
salem Sample store
141 North Commercial ou
Suits $24.85, $48.50
These are values from
$35.00 to $75.00
SEA1S f OR BECfll-
CARPENTIER GO SOLD
London. Dec. g. Nothing remain
..... .,.h the clock run
HOW UUI v i .--" .
around and then file In tor the bilf
Everything is et for the 1 ecKe -Carpentier
fight tomorrow nisht. 1
two heavies, champions of UnUi.n a
France, are reaoy. me
Carpentier has plenty of hacking.
Confidence of the IlritWiers tha
Beckett will win remains n;;naJ"1'
but it is singular that they will offoi
nothing better than 5 to i.
A re pur t wui-
tickets were available, at 125 cac
hrouaht a crowtf or ii""-"
meUSacroa the ehannel ye-torto.
but they were diBappo... ...
the "sold out" sign in from of I re
moter Cochran's onice.
j ...ii,,ti,nal amenrt-
ment extending the high way 1m lobte -
ness limitation v ..,-, aI1(,rn.
will be filed in tne un.;
tary of state next week.
JOURNAL WANT AD3 FAY
...u. metric Sign "SHOES
Velvet Dress. $18.85
Tricotbe Dress. $28.85
In various styles and
.$495 to $9.50
IIRWE AWAY HEADACHE
Serge and ChecK
ri C9;lft; 59.8.50
LUilia, tp4..w t
C. J. BREIER CO.
YouD Better Here fr1""
Rub Musterole on Forehead
ow?i canitaffectomachand heart,
. Trtme internal medicines do.
chest (U of ten prevents pneumonia).
Ch30cand60cjars; hospital size! p.50.
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