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About Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1919)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1919.
1,009,000 PAiRS OF
ARMY SHOES ML BE
SOLD Oil OPEN HUT
COONi V AMID LARGE
SEAL ESTATE BOOM
That Marlon countv la iuriani
ing an Unprecedented volume nf
estate exchanges is evidenced by the
increased number of wa.rrn.ntv H Adrian
being reported and ajftn hv tha. nnHi
ttDie increase in the number of suits
The director of sales announces that
fhft WQP anat4mant tin n anlniuil a... .a
r.. vaiiuici put- inudiso in me numocr of suits
Til 1 1 Q UnA 1b npanQiHnff a ntta tn aoU aa nlairn tlal a... ... . .
.. - '-'-o uaaa niiH recently mea in Marion
at fixed prices to the American public, ' county courts. Many of these actions
tthrough the army quartermaster re-, are taken in relation with estates and
tail stores, approximately 1,900,000 holdings to which the abstracts of
pairs 01 new army shoes made on the title had never been perfected slmp-
..aaa aa tiia an a, i" I - J vkvauag umi I ,1 1 1 nf0n tlrt Aamanil
made by the war department to sell
new army Inspected shoes.
The quartermaster general of' the
army has issued instructions for the
distribution of approximately 1,000,
000 pairs of these nhopn tn th k P.
tall stores now being operated under j
ouijci uBiuii, ana tney win be avail
able to the publio as soon as delivery
to the stores can be effected. The su
perintendent of each store will make
local announcement . of the date on
which the shoe will be placed on sale
In his store. The
Burplus will be distributed to the army
retail stores in accordance with the
demand developed for them.
The surplus stock Includes three
ii-usaes or snoes, namely, the chocolate,
colored marching shoe, which will be
sold in the retail stores, both over the
counter and dplivroi m.n j
nt $8.25 pPr pair; a heavy-weight me
tallic fastened shon ihnt .-
hired for field use, which will retail' at
m ,per paIr: and a weIt 8he. which
' "en at 7.60 per pair.
The shoes to be placed in the army"
retail stores will range in sine from B's
" x ana m widths from A to EE
for property. This has been changed
l" recent cnanges in Marion coun
ey real estate valuea .
Suits filed Saturday to clear title
were: Stayton Realty & Holding
company against Adna A. Wiles and
others. 42 acres nr lanri i 'iu.i
ii HIUl 1UJI
county beinar invnlvaal- r a d ... .
against Mary A. Erbson and others,
rearing title to a quarter section of
Marion county land.
Portland, Or., Dec. 29. Tommy
Gibbons, who was booked to meet Boy
McCormick at the Mllwaukie arena
New Tears afternoon, is unable to
come west due to the illness of his
Frank Farmer of Tac.oma. Vnritip
coast litrht heavvwpleht ohnmnlnn tina
Deen signea to meet the British chain
Jersey Citv. N. J.. Ttc-p 99 vt-v
boxing champions will appear in all
star show here tonight. Johnny Kil-
oane, featherweight chamntnn nt fh
world, will meet Vounsr Channv. A. Hi
r . title holder: Ariel. Ratnor a b" v
miaaiewpiarht chnmn nn ...ni a
Harry Greb, middleweight champion
ui ina untied states navy; Gene Tun
ney, A. E. F. heavyweight champion
Will meet Bnh Penroaa OV,lno T
.- - w, vtniHagu, All
addition, Al Reich and Tom Cowler,
heavyweights, win ninoh aii
scheduled for eight rounds.
Whether or not his statements that
the downfall nf a
--- s-- v. o- tunic, it? Ctt lilt?
state feeble minded institute is at
tributive to an employe are true will
be determined when the grand Jury
meets in this county and J. A. Ander-
... .a. Wiu,.ng irom A to EE '"unci- suruqer at tne asylum,
HlKes smaller than 7ft, however, wiliwl" be summoned before It to tell his
be limited in rnmW istorv. Ami
I - ' niw UiOUIIttlKBU Oy
. .n me prevailing price of shoes jn ,&unerVtendent J. N. Smith after he
Uie commnierclal mL.( ai ... nerniKtrl in this R,,...
. 'i aaa- a, iiitHQ army , aaaaaa nnjijr, ,
mioeg are of exceptional value. They He has ben writing many letters
,L 2 ,Tea Irom tn9 highest r prosecuting Attorney Max Gehl
Krafie of leather obtainable; every ihar Attorney General Brown and
J..,.- , . eV a"er beln cut the I "vernor oicott, making the above
......l ol a snoe, was inspected, "uationai cnargd8.
, 7 K 8Benbiea, and each shoe
w subjected in the course of assem!
4 The.leatber which went into
their manufacture was" tanned in ac
cordance with army specification.
"VneTt8!! .i?"L,n punue was I With a total of aproximately 29,000
BlHtlng as poss ble walet - aPPcat!ons for 1920 motor vehicle 11-
They are the nearest ,,m ' Ce,l8f ta.B" on flle ln the automobile
waterproof shoe now on T. h V TglBtr-tlon lepartment of the seere
The Une8il? "T4.".th.9 et I tarjr of state's office at the close of
tlble. Shoes of similnr tvL . 8trU0" ' Dusln98a lSaturdav evening application 00ull hear of without an
the American sors FrnMUetl t0ar far,behlnd tb of a year ago in fult". but when 1 started-c
reHoled and re-issued n n ll'roPO'-tion to the number of automo- "new I had at last found
Aoolications For Mat nr
Licenses Short This Year
mu H"a I0U'' times.
1 he surplus of the chocolate-colored
JiW sh08- hlch- wlll retaU at
25 is approximately 205.000 pairs
I eegriTG,0Mhehl,S IT 18
me grain or the leather outside. Th
sole is metallis fastened. Th .hoe
tion keep, him out o, tor?
oiinnlderable walking ta"8
About half of the remaining surplus
of wIi-k." V. "T" T"088' which are
ock consists of heavy metallo fiYd
ioe. and heavy welt shoes These
hoe are particularly suited for use by
n .rs. employes of rolling mUto aJd
others engaged in heavy labor. Boh
wolt and heavy metal! io fast en ed
fil.i shoes are described to the trad
,"n'"he.,?."n'h out- The uttl
7 wet nn two soles. The heavv
weight wit ha. ....r. . " neavy
Mrs. Curtis Gains Ton p,ia .j
- ...... ci aaii.a
Ends Troubles by Taking Tanlac
"Since I becan iaUlntr Tonian t ci
better than I have at any time in the
mst eignteen years," said Mrs. Ella
U. Curtis. Who nwrm nnH llvj of an
apartment house opposite Idora Park
xeiegrapn Ave., Oakland, Cal
continuing, she said:
l suilered with niHmatinn
... -r, cj.i.Jii aui
eighteen yers. I would go for two or
uiree aays at a time without eating
uiiu, ana wnen 1 aid manage to
uuwn a mtie something I would
111 me most intense misery after
ward, Uas would fnrm onH r ,..i
bloat so badly I could hardly get mv
uietiin ana 1 would th
sort of pains over mv llvor- lust a
steady, dull pain for two or three days
nl tt "me. i usea to have the headache
every other dav rsn.ioHw ,i .. u
have such dizzy spells I would have
u eitner sit rinwn nr 1 la. m. 1.
.... . uum, au nee jv
from falling, and I wan an a L,
run down it was all I could do to do
a u. 1 i 1 ai: wiia rnnnmmanaiai a
......ivnueu vw 11IO
oy my sister who lives in Oklahoma,
wno naa been greatly benefitted by
taking it. and I dnniriori tr - i ; t
had taken everv sort nt matrtt a t
- aHVMlvllIU J.
couia hear of without anv irnnrf .
Btarted on Tanlao I
Women Ginks In Lo??insr
Casps Not Subject To Law
Tf tllA tnriiiatrfa 1 vAlfara nnmm Icatin
dpfliraa tn romil'ila tha hntira rtf lahnr
of women employed in the cook houses
or logging companies, special rules
covering nunh lnnlltntinn must hn for
mutated, flnnnrdinrr tn an nnlnlnn jara
pared by Attorney General Brown for
the guidance of Millie R. Trumhiill.
secretary of the commission. Brown
holds that present regulations do not
apply to logging camn cook houses
which provide meals for occasional
transient at fixed rates.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAT
Be sure you get the Genuine
Look tor tnis signature
on the box. 30c .
dna ctf tfiA Hrnnirfiflt tVtlno-a In fha
"arnrlH in Viow rtf tart a crfrl nan nnwricr
zit.i nose wfthnnt trpttinir nhnlk in hr
lunga. Indianapolis News.
LADD '& BUSH
General Banking Business .
Office Hours from 10 a, m. to 3 p. m.
BAKE-RITE B R E A D
If you'll try a loaf today, you'll buy a loaf
Has the home-made taste.
BAKE-RITE SAMTARY BAKERY
' 457 State Street
CONTINUED THREE MORE DAYS
More and Greater Values Offered in Misses' and Women's Coals, Suits, Dresses, Mihery, aid Furs'
Cn I aauinuor vi automo- 'asi iouna the medi
biles in the state and a serious eleventh olne 1 needed, for after I had finish
hour congestion is confidently expect
eu oy emoioves m tha iiininaa a
- a-".' a . 1 1 a. i j a. jx
year ago applications for the 1919 li
cense tags totalled 24,630 with a total
Of 63,325 automnlillo. n th. ..
I - HE)
III . 1 1 01 83,331 ,n th state
at Litis iiine
Clatsop post of the American Legion
iw. lonueni me uregon legislature at
its coming special session to enact a
law requiring all foreign language pa-
Lu vimieu in Di-nnicuai style.
RICH CLUBMEN SLAIN;
. M(,,unt Of.mena, Mich., Dee. 29. J.
Wanley Urown, wealthy club mavf
Mount Clemens, died because he "talk.
! too much of his money," police here
were convinced todny.
iJ'r5' r convll,ct" this actuated
those who waylaid him along a lonely
. TV .T,d lMt w"nesday morning
and shot him to death. IU""ff
.Vn"1'.? ?ummlt' 24, nrrested In
Jutlle Creek Sunday, as a witness, wid
t iii ,f ' "rown " nioue5r " 8he had
tn Mil the poor tMx to got It."
Are You SuspiciOUd-!
of Your Health?
One may not be dually sick, yet
feel k tired and languid, low-ipirfted
nd embitionleu, that he can not
truthfully lay he U In good health.
The kidneys work all the time, night
and day, and It It no wonder that
they become weak, rare or diseased.
Nearly everybody luftert from kid
ney trouble or bladder ailmeau.
Nature gives warning ilgnali by back
ache, lameneu, stiff joints, tore
muscles, rheumatio pains, puffinets
under the eyes and blurred vision.
RELIEVED HIS BACKACHE
FoUj K.dn.y PM, .. n m. cnt th.
limtA mm ot j Hiiri bscksch that had
bothra4 m for hwiI montha. A (aw
Foley Kidney Pills
tin i aulck ana rarman.M raltat from kldnaf
or bladdar troublei that hava Dot nachad
chromo or bad ataga. 1'hay atop bladdar
irraultrltla, atraoalhaa tha kidnayt and
in. iiYir. vnai ih. k.dn.v. ar
V. --""", mo, nn.r onn caaioul
rom Ih h fuaal lha ln J.J .L .
achas and pains sad in lha and may lead to
..(uu. iim.e. ii you nava any niH lo
iipeat that your kid nay naod halo, you
ill tnaka no tulataka intakioa folay Kidnap
properly funotioninf, they Alter and caatout
SOLD BY -
J. ..... perry
ed the seoond bottle I had a good ap
Petite, I COUld Sleen hnrtar 1
wake up greatly refreshed,, arid was
'"""" ' every way. I -am never
uutnerea witn E-no and uj
. . .a . 1 1 a nau
the headache for over two '" months
ana never nave those dizzy spells any
more I have gained ten nminH. t
weight and feel stronger than I have
joars, ana can ao all my house
work with the created a..a .tw
friends all ask me what J have been
UOing tO lOOk SO much hpHor an It l
aiways a pleasure for me to tell them
nave Deen taking Tanlac." ...
TanlaO lS SOld In flnlnm kl Maala
r a. j ajtoi b
w oiore, in Hubbard by Hubbard
Dm H Pa In "rVT A i
- - VV au3i vy xen
uooon. in Gerra.ni hv .Tnim tti M
- U.Vkaff .11
xurner oy h. e. Cornellua. in Wood
burn by Lyman H. Hhorhv in dii...
Un by Geo. A, Steelhammer, ln Gatea
y airs. j. Mccurdy, ln Stayton by
v.. DDnuunamp, m Aurora by Auro
ra Drug Store, In St Paul by Grooe-
wa Diures uo.a in iiniuiii tut txj
- n a. . aaa. f ,
jonnson. in Jerrarson riv nn.i,. a.
Mason and in Mill City by Marketerla
wro. wo. :aa
Sale of Women's Coats, Suits and Dresses
To effect a speedy clearance of this season's suit models we have reduced prices to a new level Material nr
Yw t i.wU,1Cl vjauai uixic, auieiiujs, oerges, nuinespun ana iNoveny mixtures, m a splendid rantre of
tenQ- "! Ta?' ?r0wn' Gen' Grey' TauPe and Black' Misses' sizes 16 10 18- Women's regular sizes
36 to 44. Sizes for stout women 46 to 52, Some of these high class suits are shown in neat tailored styles
others m novelty belted models, trimmed with braid and buttons, all offered at half price. Some Less. '
Great Pre Inventory Sale of $40 to $50 Suits now, $23.75,
B. .... . TJ iT , ,vV afif, til' Vi. a U I J"
Another Sleepless Nfeht?
niirht'e riVt Vt wea or a refreshing
P In th. flli S'tT"' sroa
bc.u your, ( ZZ&? "AnSS'tZ
The Great General Tonic .
Thteof , Wu riw, w vmj ....
. nisht fr fri d .llDn 1? Sna'i,'p,,io
trim.ka.n or ih. day', .cttvittw ritid .nd rlllXSTa' t1bHs7
ai.(ti!o uneaiu d ainm vou w. ha, " ,a n0 nund. and with
rine tea-flavor is deli
cious. Tannin-flavor is re
When VOU buv tea. vntj
get what you pay for: tea-
navor or tannin.
Common tea has
tannin and plenty of
very little tea-flavor,
that little is coarse.
Good tea has the
flavor very little tannin,
ana you miss that by not
6teeping the tea too Ion
Common tea is extrava
gant as well as unpleasant and
Good tea is the cheapest
drink next to water; it makes
so many cups to the pound.
There re four flavors of Schilling
Tea Japan, Ceylon . India, Oolonev
c- aua, nu on, qusiuy. la
At grocers everywhere. 6
A Schilling & Co San Francisco
$25 to 27.50 Coats $16.50
Smart new belted models. Some with large
convertible collars, round or square effects.
New plaited styles and military models.
Cheviots, velours, meltons, burellas and
velvets in all the lead- C1C Cfl
ing colors. Sale price ....... , YlOaDU
$30 to $37.50 Coats Now $21.50
At this price we have an excellent range of
coats, all designed not only for service but
also for looks. Smart coats with wide belts,
large collars and pockets; some trimmed
with fur or plush. Coats with pleats at back'
or with gathers. Dozens of new styles. Mel
tons. keraaavH nVlOVAlaa taaaa.aalln V STI fl . P A
, a r "'.ai uaiia-iatao w a W
and velours. Extra value P1.JU
Here are suits from America's best makers
ln smart styles for street .and dress occas
ions. Some are plain tailored models. Others
in novelty styles. Materials are serges, broad
cloths, burillas, velours and mix- ffQQ 71"
tures in prevailing colors. Sale.... yZa). I
$52.50 to $65 Siats, Now $29.50
At this popular price we show a splendid
range of buits in tiurHlas, serges, gabardines
woll poplins, wool velours. Kerseys, Tried- .
tine and velvets. Beautiful new models ln
tailored and novelty styles new tans,
browns, greens, blues, purple and other
shades; dozens of. styles to Select ffOQ PA
from, Underpriced at ..'.....-...........I. yj,d)
u veiours. ixtra value f-A.V tm fix . mm"m.
tintnraf,w ,nft $67.50 to $75 Sets Now $37
W to ?55 Coats Now $33.00 . ,.
Women's new Winder Coats In best of colors
and materials navy, brown, purple, green
and taupe. Coats for all occasions, with col
lars of self material, fur or plush. 4PQQ AA
Extraordinary values at' ytiOaWV
silvertones, panne velvets and various other
materials. Tailored and novelty style, many,
are fur trimmed. Others with braids. Pull
range of all the new shades. tT07 Trt
Priced at ..........., . . ' tPjfeJli
AH Plush Coats and Coatees Now in Stock Witt Be Closed Out At Manufacturers' Cost Price
Skirts And Petticoats Greatly
Silk, serge and all wool skirts
plain colors, also stripes, checks
and plaids, latest models and all
sizes about 1-3 below regular val
ues: ; ,
$5.00 Skirts now ..................$3.65
$6.50 Skirts, now $498
$10.00 Skirts now ..$6.75
$12.50 Skirts, now ................$9.75
$18.50 Skirts now ................$14.50
$22.50 Skirts now .......,......$18.75
l VKO la hM in rlf Inal wch
... nt.ly, l.a Kiura stain.
RMuai all autaadlulM
..... . ara7 rynallMi raSH
jiMtiw uneijuniKl ainca you wore a boy
Li HO i a rlpndiij iren-
crai tonic; r(linai;a ;(ie-ti-rariui.ii(utct(!.aiittimuiit
licvisw brum 1 m and phy.lcnl
nuijnn; f a I I a up til T
ia.-rvaa: armner'nen. th pnua- i
r a; eirawta r a.fHtia- d a. r- f
0 . r. a'aJaiiuiw aytfiieraiiy k
0"t. Ati yaayr urutfariat for ft I
1 t. arnj fcot ,d f I
. . ..41 . .a, I
,i ."'J . JLlZ-- -" I , n4 th
- -y.av . Wom home
. s C.
j . ' MI .nP to rort-
' we liultaoiMatr "ait ou al
Gewfti fat CoanectfoB.
$5.50 values, sale price ........$4.25
$6.50 values, sale price ........$5.25
$8 silk petticoats, now ..........$6.75
. $8.50 silk petticoats now ......$7.25
$8.75 silk petticoats now $7.50
$9.50 silk petticoats now ......$7.75
Pre-Inventorv Sale Of Blonses-ThJs fatm mm
Made up principally m Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chine- some
tnmmed .with taffeta silk and novelty 'buttons, others neatly em
broidered and beaded in any number of pretty styles for dress ocfS-ions.-White,
flesh, navy, taupe, plum, etc Hve them in aTLes at
money-saving prices. Your Special Attention h Directed to Three
Groups at ...SA qft : 7C ..j c?ca
Sensational Sale Of Dresses
Young ladies and women's mes
saline, taffeta silk, velvet, serge
tricotine and jersey dresses, the
season's most stylish models,
-now offered away below regu
Regular values $27.50 to $45, now
'Regular values $39.50 to $45, now
Regular values $45 to $52.50, now
Regular values $55 to $65, now
Other New And Pretty Waistst $7.50, $9.00, $10.50, and on c? to J15.C3
The Old White Corner
Salem s Greatest Woaen s Apparel &:re
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