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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OKKGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1919
OTLD DRAFT Hill
Two Women Asphyxiated By SiftWQ UDMV DDIMPC
MVVKVIU1 VUB ilAMMtl I
nuk io mam
Burlinjrton. Vt. Doc. 24. Two wo
men are dead. Sevan nerannfl urn he
lieved to be dying and many others are
In a serious condition from gas fumes
which penetrated their homes from
leak In a main today.
. I The dead are:
I Mrs. Martha Harrington and Mrs.
U.ico'.n, Neb., Defc. 26. General 'George Raymond. .
iniAof riurlnff tm '
. TV.rihlner T.tnnnln'a
holidays, will make bis first publio
appearance today when he entertained
by the Kiwanis club at noon. He nas
uoi had time yet to renew friendships
wrn om rseDrasKa lrlends. Arriving
Wednesday, he went Immediately
tUb home of his sisters, where Chrial
ta, was spent quietly In a -family re
union the first the general has en
ojed In four years.
I Ins evening Nebraska will have
chance to meet the American leader
. Informally. At a reception .in repie
seniative hall of the stats house, city
- and state officials will be present
and all old friends will "talk it ov r
. Y,-.l MFershing."
Asked about a statement from Chl
- cago in which Charles O. Dawes de
cared Pershing was not and wou"'
not be a candidate for the presidency
. W. Woods, executive head of the
Neotasfca Pershing-for-president m v
Pbui, said: ,
I have not doubt that Penning
M candidate. Nobody ever said nt
wu and nobodv hoi ,
LTlit ,mlt plaln thls 18 a move-
AT POST OFFICE IS BIG
.-"oscoffice oificlals report heavier
Christmas trafiic thj year than hit
e " r befo.e been experiences I thi lo
. orXice. As Ifc usual in such caii
' 1 Trt hflVA haan Iicca v .- . 1 .... f 4.
iS. iJOSlcards and DaekaLCi rnrrt.,-,
:il he oliice wrongly directed or v,l
n.- address at all. The great majority
.jave no return address, and those tn.
the officials will be unable to straigh.
n out here will be forwarded tn tha
ajao .etter office. Comparatively few,
of the number, are Christmas parcela
iwt being only two or three dozen o'
A. custom that has hnnma hoho,.
is that of addressing letter to the
intntto draff h. 7": " " .?ve- I ounSer of the city, merely "Salem"
nomination." "" repupnean Im.i the employes at the office have
j nuninver 01 iinamg out where
Ihey live. Just such a thing happened
..lis year when every member of tn
.-. nioi class at the high school receive'
tetter on which the ktrnnt nrMro-,
omitted. Borne of them will be loc
ted and the rest will be dealt with in
no customary manner.
An example of some nf th aim
ties the workers at the nrri. .
j .ice was shown Friday morning, when
Lv"-,al" loceivea rrom n fumiiv
t..al had moved lrom dalem to a Call-
ioi.ua city, frantically demanding
Seattle - ... 1 "y mi tnem at their Sa-
v,tow iu lourisr trava HnHni.i. j .iiniu fAi,in , "
ing m( win he ; " ;"...,".uur-: "r- .ose "veStiKat,t,-.1
mo. according v::r 1 no men ot the "
executive "r: uInn". T5 "r'" " rM P " the future it
ninrth m U4 "e i'aciflo " promptly sent on.
iMortnwest Tourist association, who I - " l wnolo, the package wern h,
lias Just returned from a month' J tied and directed .- vi!
OF 1920 TO EXCEED
trln t .7..""" 'nins
4" " " tiura arranging with
, agenoles ttnd railway traffic
officials to direct the rising tide "?
Touir1 ? the PaClf, ""rthwest
all l,?, 6!"" and traffi0 officials
ti tht iu ,arge lncrease favel
,h aClfI nortwest for 1920, Mr.
Cuthbert states, basing their predlc
.ifr' c"thbert "Poke upon the Pa
cific nothwest tourist campaign at
tol,C."nVentlon of oommerclal and
tourist association secretaries at St I
Paul and aeii.wi . . ou
, pussage or res-
utione to congress in support of re-
and mhLPP,rPrlatl0n'' for roai work
and other improvements in the na
tional parks following this up by tak
ing the resolutions to Washington, 1)
t-., and doing personal work with
congressional committees and west
ern members of congress to secure
tnJTT 5 the appropriations.
Mount Rainier National park, Mt. Ba
ker and Crater Lake are each Includ
ed for appropriations of 1100,000 and
mendLr11 ?0rk lng ln the recom!
tnendatlons to congress of the for-i
. I,, . " uonal Pn'ks departments.
All inrlliatlnn ,
that . ! ; ve assurance
that the tourist traffio of 1820 will
1919 " m creaking travel of
1919. said Mr. Cuthbert "I have no
longer any fear that tourist travel to
fhIT Ber,0URy af,oct travel to
the Pacific northwest for several rea-
S J?"' f tha ,JrinclP'11 reasons Is
that so many people have to travel to
Europe on business that transport,
tlon companies cannot take care of
enough tourists to seriously interfere
with tourist travel In America."
vious, and a creat deni .....
. v v uiiiluiJHNMnru
u.ior was thus saved. Parcels are .tin
uiiu going and It will be sovera
uys before the work at the office s.t
downto normal conditions.
Rub Sprains, Pains
and Swelling Away
relief follows a rubbing wu,
"St. Jacobs IJiiiint'pt"
Hub it On n. anralHA ,i . ... , .
mu..i i t . ' aimie, wrist,
shoulder, back or a sprain or strain
anywhere, that'. n,i,
....... juu realize
the magic in old, honest "St. Jacobs
" "l oecause the moment it is
aPPlled, OUt COniPa the nal. ...
soreness and swelling. It penetrates
'M.t into tne Injured muscles, nerves
ligaments, tenrinne un,i i
. - " wuik-b, uiiu re-
lief comes instantly. It not merely
kills pain, but soothes and heals the
injury so a quick recovery is effected
Get a small trial bottle of "St Ja
cobs Liniment" right now at any
tu.B ana stop suffering. Noth
BY GERTRUDE! ROBISON
The child with the wizened face
took the basket from the kind itrey
haired lady, and made way for the
man wun tne calloused hands. It was
a large basket And verv heaw thai
the thin shoulders of the little girl
aroonea as she carried It (mm the
army hall and out into the rain, but
the smile that dawned upon the pale
ups ana aiea Derore ever' It reached
tne nazei eyes, was the first for her
in many days.
Long ago she had Inut nil helle In
tne rea cioaKea, mythical person call
ed 'Santa Claus," and as for the
Christ child, the fact that He had
been killed, lone aeo. had heen tar
more Indelibly imnreiwed linAVI hai
mind by the fate that had been dealed
out to her, than any other phase -of
His existence. Praying helned
of course, but she had prayed so
often and been hungry Just the same,
that there was little of tha heantv nf
child faith left In her starved body.
JLOis or Goodies
She set the banket rinwn tnr
ment to rest her tired shoulders, and
lifting ud the white cloth that
eu u, peepea inside. Oranges and ap
ples and a tempting package of figs:
peas and beans and a laree nnk-
of pancake flour. There would be
flapjacks for breakfast in the morn
ing! Rice and flour and buttei- real
butter and a can of milk, package of
conee, to sav nothinar nf the loa
roast or Deer ror the Christmas din
uraaually. her theories began to
waver. Let's see, how did the story
gor mere was no room in the inn so
they had had to eo to a atnhie The
roof of her own home leaked badly
since tne snow, but after all it was
better than a stable. And her rnvop.
let, though thin, was clean, and much
nicer than straw. There hnri h
some shepherds, she remembered, but
she didn't think they had brought a
basket of things to eat. Perhaps, after
all she had better go back to the army
hall Friday night to hear the mii.ln
and see the trpe, and listen to the
story again. This time the smile reach
ed the corners of her eyes, as she
picked up the basket again and start
ed for home.
75 Families Aided
There are 75 families in Sale
WnOSe ralth has been Utrentrthenerf
and whose hearts have been irlnrirton-
ed Just as was the heart of the little
maia wun the pinched face. For the
workers ln Ood'a nrmv oka
to the needs of God's poor, and each
family has received Just such a bask
et, wun an the enumerated delica
That neighbor of vnnr nui, (,.
hard calloused hnmla urim ,., i u
off Just two weeks before Christmas
because the snow had nf...i,i
closing or the mill where he earned
his dally bread: thnt mtin r.i i.j
with the tired eyes who takes in wash
ing to support herself and invalid
daughter: that wld OW With fU.A .V.41.
dren who refuses desperately to send
them to an orphanage, and works for
a mere nlttance in an hamtn
to keep her little family together;
Prisoners Get Cheer
out iU iiio gl'e&l
gray building where 280 men are
servinir sentence fnr miademeAnnrci
against their fellow yen, boxes, wrap
yea in aaimy paper ana tiea wun noi-
taay riDDon nave round tneir way.
Nuts and fruit, candy and gum, to
crether with a. r!hrlntmnn mflfrazina.
and a Cheerv word nf crreetln? will
serve to break the awful monotony
or tneir existence, and help renew
their faith in the outside world.
ThrrtllfcTh the Panitol Tnitrnal the
Salvation army desires to thank the
public for their hearty and generous
refinonne ttl the nTee nf the street
workers. More than $400 have been
receiver! In the lrettlea and flnv defi
cit will be covered by money from the
recent campaign fund.
Throueh the fanltal Jnilrnnl also
it 'wishes every one, every where, the
merriest Christmas of their Jives.
And the Journal la addintr. as a
Tiny Tim afterthought. "God bless
you, every one!"
BOY HOST FACE THIRD
TRIAL FOR MURDER
MarKllfieM. Or. Dan Qft.Arrena.
ments are being made here today by
county oinciais ior tne tmra trial o
Ittaroiu Howell, 15, on -the charge of
murdering is year old Lillian Leuthold
The Jury which sat in the second
tral reported to the court yesteran
thai it had been unable to agree ani"
"as discharged. It had deliberated 40
The Jurors who sserved the tic. .
trial disagreed, eleht helni! fnr enn
viction and four for acquitttal, it was
understood. It is renorted the .-nn
Jut-y stood seven to five for convic
Al I V evidence 111 the race orot,
- 'sTJ)i - V- O-
fcl.li"S PILAGERS RELEASED
New Tork. Dec. 24 The twoi... t
4iii uns members of thfi omw rf uA
transport America, held In the ship's
urig us a result of alleged pilfering of
the ship's stores and riinnrrWe rhn.
they were at Brest, were released to-
aaj. in three weeks confinment to
wiucn tne men alreartv hart hun i.
joutea was neia sufficient punishment.
Was Surprise of
His Life? He Says
Had Suffered Twenty Years Full of
""o "u energy since Taking
About 75 Winter Coats and Suits
to be closed out before new stock
arrives. An opportunity to pur
chase these garments for about
their wholesale value.
This season's newest styles.
coats ............. - $16.75 to $37.50
- $20.00 to $35.00
i . --" i ii, uin-
Xg el8e SOtH tlllmra alrnl.vUi .
ly so thoroughly it i- th " fam"y tosetheri-
Plicatlon to rfih n" 'S lh6,0niyfl.p-1a 1 these have received a goodly share
assurance "rain, bruise or swelling: "IZi X Che6r fr0m the SaIva-
HD TO BRITISH
Washington, Dec. 26. Seven former
barman liners now held In New York
Wbor will be turned over to the Urit
Jsh as soon ns arrangements can be
made for ""l" transfer, the hipping
board announced today, ""ippuig
The announcement was made in a
nllr J"h." Puyne. chlr!
t -v ,7 b , K"'P,W8 board' t0 Secre
tt.y or Btate Lansing.
were allotted to the British bv .iJ
Peace conference. The Imperator wat
snips a S k 8 nlpl,ln board. Six
v, j .
DEPOSIT THE CHRISTMAS CASH
IF you were the happy recipient of money for
Christmas why not make it the occasion for
opening a Savings Account here at the United
States National Bank?
Thus your gift will grow instead to go
Interest on Savings.
mmWUUIUI,. W-K I
"I Was twontv venra tlnAlna . j
i , , " " o a, ii.cu-
iclne to reach mv case hut thnnt
laniac, i nave found It at inDt nu
C. H. Leep, a retired farmer.' who
resides at 210 w.nat ipittir oin o
. - 'J o'..u L.
Los Angeles. Cal.. while tivini t
mo oenents ne had received from
taxing Tanlac. Continuing, he said
t' Or fill thoOA T T 1
j -uv. a x wive ueen
suffering with my stomach, nothing I
uib wouia aigest ana gas would form
and I would suffer with Intense min.
and I also had a pain in my side of
mie years nearly all the time. I was
Bothered a great deal with rnnsttnn
tlon and had to be faking some kind
vi laxative an tne time, and felt tir
ed and worn out and had no life or
energy and was extremely nervous.
"I had taken a lot nf Hifferont Dr.,.,.
oi medicine but none of them did
me any good and one ciav nnt inn.
ago my son suggested I try Tanlac.
I took his advice and before I had
taken half a bottle I kn ew T horl
struck the right medicine and was so
burprisea at my Improved condition
and It had come about m minki t
could hardly believe it. Every bit of
gas and pain disappeared and I began
to feel strone and irnnd nn. mnr.
and while I have taken onlv a few
bottles altogether I am full of energy,
feel fine all the tl me eet heart lit.
sleep like a log and never know what
it is to be nervous V nm oinr) tn o.,
a good word for a medicine that helps
any one as Tanlac has me."
tanlao Is Bold in Salem by Tyler's
Drug Store. In Hubbard hv nnhh.rj
Drug Co.. ln Mt. Anp-oi k d
Gooch, in Gervals bv John Kellv. In
Turner by H. P. Cornelius, ln Wood
burn by Lyman IT Rhnrev in cn..o.
toa by Geo. A. Steelhammer, In Gates
by Mrs. J. p. McCurdy, in Stayton by
C. A. Beauchamn. tn Anmra h., a.,
ra Drug Store, In St Paul by Groce
teria StOrefl On In nnn.u v.n nr m
... 4u. .
Johnson, ln Jefferson hv irnah, a
Mason and tn Mill City by Marketerla
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
Gale & Company
Commercial and Cotfrt Streets
Formerly Chicacn St.nrt W
Washington State To Play
Nebraska Thanksgiving Day
bpokane, Wash.. Dec. 26. Following
nit caning orr oi the annual W. S. C
IJ. of W. football e-ame. "W H n h.
ai ranged to play Nebraska at Lincoln
tirnivsgiving day, 1920.
Central Howell News.
Central Howoll, Or., Dec. 26 Howell
prairie has been covered with a beau.
tifl white blanket for almost two
weeks but the weather condition)
caused it to melt and It ran away.
Many farmers were not nrenared fur
such a cold snap, consequently many
potatoes and apples were frozen.
Mrs. W. Snitler left fnr rwtit,'n,i
The prosperity en Invert hv n-..
larmers is reflected in the nf
the state land board here in the for.n
'apjui, accumulating balance In I opiuer ten ior iJortlani
the enhnnl i . - ...V. i ... .
...,, iu..u tarougn tne ract that win spena (Jhriac
many farm loans made out of this fund mas 'with her daughter and family,
are being paid off. The balance nnw r'
Spitler left for Portland Wednea
IIT phS"Kdnin the SCh001 (und amounts day
to 248,500 .accorrtlne' tn fi t
mit u.. " " " "6"' bud.
John C. Roth and wife, Will Roth,
Jr., and family were guests at the
home of their parents Sunday. '
The school at Central Howell mm
been closed since the snow began and
the pupils will enjoy a long vacation
owing to the holidays following.
The Central .Howell Conerres-.Ttlnnal
church will have their Christmas pro
gram next Sunday, Dec. 28, at 10 a. m.
A. hearty invitation is extended to all.
You are welcome.
The year 1918 In plmnt neat nnrl v
surely have been blessed with a bouu-
uiui narvest for which we are thank
ful and as we enter into the new yea
1920 let us not only prepare to reap
another great harvest hut fnr a mnwi
essential thing, namely a home beyond. -
G. Tlrnwn r.la.i. . .i .
sttae land board, whn .
$200,000 of the fnnrt k T! 1 t
4 North fommereial
Every Day Is '
KG AIM DAY
If there are any gifts you
have overlooked buying bear
in mind we have still a good
variety of appropriate items,
stationery, books, cooking
utensils, fishes, etc.
WK WILL PURCHASE YOtlt
Ranges. Heaters. Cook Stoves.
Beds. Mattresses. Springs. Bureaus
Commodes. Sew Ing Machines.
Dishes. In fact, any article which
you wish to sell.
Call Us Up
We Pay Best Possible Price
moral- it puts $ I In your purBe.
Lucas & Needham
, '"rry ana Liberty 8ts
home nr Tin,' i7,ro,n. .
- - . nuui
i ou get more for your
money at Moore's.
To. those who have not cars: with the nrices of
t new cars going upward and no prospect of being
t reaucea, wny not buy a good used car, run it for
d-wxuie men trade it m on a new car. We submit
you the following list of good used cars:
1916 Ford, 5-passenger, dandy shape $425
1915 Ford Roadster m $375
1919 Dort, 5-passenger, good as new Z $900
Studebaker Bug, rebuilt, A-l condition- $325
1J18 Studebaker Six, 7-passenger, fine shape......$850
passenger Buick, runs good, $200
1915 Overland, fair condition ... $275
1918 Chevrolet, good shape .. """ c650
Cadillac Roadster, fine shape, only ZIZZ1.$425
SALEM VELIE COMPANY
162 N. Commercial Street Phonel604
Medtein and Tea Oo.
h. niedieine which wiU euro tny
-o Sundays from 10 A. 1L
nntU 8 P. M.
153 South High St.
Saiem. Oregon. Phone 181
PtRD TRVCR WITH TWO TON
ATTACHMENT. RCNs UKE A
OSCAR B. GINGRICH
wuiui4 & tike CO.
871 Court Street
Beds J8 up; Springs $4 to $20; Mattresses J5 to $25
Dining Chairs, Suit Cases
"cIlL601" Electric Iron
Casseroles, Dishes, Tea Pots, Water Sets
CARVING SETS . "
$175.00 Playerphone and 15 Records, $150.00
$100.00 Playerphone and 10 Records, $90.00 ' -
Peoples Furniture Store
-.KCIAL 3T Pn1M4
MADE TO ORDER TO FIT
For Long Distance Auto Trucking
amette Valley Transfer Co. S"
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