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THj! SALEM CAPITLT JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. VOXOAV. K0VS:JEE3 13, 19U.
100 NEW COATS
WOMEN AND MISSES
On 6ale at prices
The regular prices
of these coats range
in value from $7.50
to $22.50. '
Forty Coats at
higher prices, but
all are greatly re
duced in price.
These Coats are
1914's Fall and
33 1-3 to SO Per
The splendid tailoring in -our suits is our
special pride. The fabrics are the most
popular and the quality certainly speaks
for itself if you are a judge of quality; if
you are not, remember this store has been
styled "The Reliable Store" by our custom
ers and not by vs. Our styles are smart
and the very latest.
BUY YOUR NEW SUIT HERE.
Thanksgiving Sale Of
Our Table Linens are imported from Germany,
Scotland and Ireland, and the quality will please the
most exacting housewife. We have a big new ship
ment on sale at following prices:
ml I w
hIIB k ! m mn
$2.25 DAMASK .$1.87 YARD
$1.75 DAMASK .$1.54 YARD
$1.65 DAMASK $1.39 YARD
$1.50 DAMASK $1.29 YARD
$1.25 DAMASK. $1.09 YARD
65c-&9e MERCERIZED. ,49c YARD
NAPKINS TO MATCH better Linens 20 LESS
BIG COTTON BLANKETS
$1.35 Values-This Week 98c
COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES, CA
VALUES TO $20.00, NOW ONLY - Jvl
These are not late style garments, but the fabrics
DRESS SKIRTS UP TO $12.50 IN
VALUE, NOW ONLY
Not the latest style.
DRESSES UP TO $15.00 IN VALUE, 6 4 r A
NOW ONLY ... 4 3U
Good materials, but not up-to-dale models.
The Pitiful Side of the War;
he glnd to get back her Hon with half
hiH Fact) gone.
(By William Philip Sim.)
Calaia, Oct. 18. (By mail to New
York.) You can't imagine Hie joy
lathers and mot hern feel when their
on come back to tiiem from the war
leg. Hiiniau gives him up for dead
WAR IN WINTER
APPEAL FOR HELP
"So dreadful have been the ovent
of the piiHt months tuat it has aeemed
ns if nothing could lie worse, -.it thin
waa a fallacious conclusion. Of all
war, wiiitnr war in the most frightful,
"T sec : that many time. .lav." re-: r,,r " '
il. ,.... i.u1 '' fl : iiiternnssioii, ami the men wlio will
sees her son march away to war, she . hv" ? ' ,h-'"' 8,0 "ot Man
U IUUI. iwr . nu mill ui u ii'K imiuip" Ki" k huh ii j iwi utuu. ni"in miv . , . i
nat.tr. i. a queer thins .ml war brings lives in dread of the day when alio will1 Th b.v '"''i '" V'T,?
" " .... i: .u. ,:; . f..n.... recent article in "The New York
1U1B uueorui'SB oil! 111 biiuiiu ii-iivl. mo lib iiuiiiu lu ma lint u. mu luin-u. . .. . . ,
1 watched the arrival of a lied Crosa'bn, when at last he come, back, it does I Times," and, the undersigned earneiitly
trait, here thi. afternoon. The earaln.it inntor to her how terribly he i.I'M'P" 0 ,nc '?'hot' 0 1,10 ?Pl
were filled with young men from the
front. Home hobbled out unaided. Oth
ers were lifted out on xtretcherti. I'rea-
wounded or how badly he io .lit i- ",,',,,""'t-v- r,".i,ll",t '" .1tho . V"'".'1!
lri(l JIV.0 V. ...w,..., ............
1 ,l in. iltU ..f uiirni clolliimi tnr tllK
Aii a matter of fnct, the imycliolony Hr'itiKh soldier and Bailor in the field.
Those who rnniiot give tin time nee-
howed. One of his arms wan in a sling! 0j, ,0turii to the battle line
Hn.l ma hand waa bandaged a to. Not niaflRtwed, DecorHie.
pntly ono, soldier limped onto tho plat- KP, ,it frtl,er. There ia another
rniw nurl Inilrimi n lino him II lu I a .(
;... Z '."i " r;.rVh:.. V-iT1111"0 ror n,"ncr.' W. h''? for making the gannenti are re
...u.. i.n.wi ui.......Kr.i u.i .... nor B0, idturn, innimeu, iimaon unyair-, .,n.t.i ulin..o n ilniiniinn hnwovir
to provide the nmteiial, which will be
given to be made up by tliono who per-
Amilher Htruugo thing la to bo "noted I hup" ciuinot afford to give money, but
woman who also cvt- in ''onvcnitttiona with the wounded. are kind eiiougn to offer their time.
dently waa looking for Komeone. Hev H "'".V '",n lr" li"KK wonn.ia in , i rn.-. n n u
eral timea he glaiVced at the bandaged t f''"'! to leeaer injur-, wriatletn, ...cka, cholera belt-, hebneli.,
aoblier and then turned uwav. Hud-, toe body or lega. glovw, cardiKan jacket a, and for the
.lonly the noldier anw her. With an in-1 From one train which atopped at i boijpitiila old linen, banliiKcii, i-heeta,
rtieulato. amothereil aouud, iie atepped Boulogne there atepped a woundeil sol- J l'"'l.m rll"l'"i, etc
lorw.rd and touched her on tho should-1 dier who was alHe to walk up and lown 1 ,,TI,C Kentlemeu have kindly
der. the platform for a little exercise, llin nlloxvf.l their iiumes to be used , a. a
Lov Indeiitified Him. ' face could hardly bo called by the -l"rnnteo of the good faith of this ap
The 'woniun uttered a e.v. Kngerly "'"no. One eye was gone. The other '. I'1'" ..:.,..,
the rearehed with her eyes nil there was I badly swollen hisewhera liandiiges " " " ' " "
covered wnm evioeniiy wore orner tear-1 - ,
fnl wounds. ' -V i'ir.ll .......
ir. uanes u. iiowring, presireui
to be aeen of the woumleil face. Ap
I'irontly her mother love rather than
what biio saw told her Hint her -quest
waa ended. With another cry, joyously
lint tenderly she cnught the soldier in
"ily son! my snnl" she exclnimed,
A Hod t'rosa surgeon stepped up.
"Madame," he said, "your son nn
ilnnlitnillv will rprnvnr. but 1 must tell
you that most of his iaw is shot awav. ' ' I stand
"Oh, I'm ao glndl so glad!" cried! "Why why why" sha slummcred
tne motner, tears streaming ciown ner 1 inougui you wounin i ime 10 do his- . ,0 thf secriMurv " Itritish War
,, I" , ,,,, ,, , ,. lltelicl Kund," rooui li;il, 1!II0 Filth avo-
"Ot course you are," the surgeon I " Disfigured! " exclaimed tho soldier. 1 (1 NfW
said, and turned away. Ho understooil, " 1 'm not disfigured, I'm deenrnted." jj'0 mpy wi' ,0 hl.,lt a,10, Any
'nor. 1 roufesa 1 did not. I sought out Most of tin men feel the same way ,,, ,Utm(mn wi, , ,,, jn
the lurgeon to ask why l mother should j about it. ,,, artWh,, r , , lllri.m,p
I of muterial, which will he worked up
.compiled by I.sbnr Cimtmissloner Hoff j here and then despatched to the chief
for his biennial report. Four fdnnts ordnance department, London, whence
lei.gaged in the manufacture of tools in iiistniiutioii will ne maiic. .
"Von poor dear," sympathized an . rwWv uf' ,,,,,
Kngbsliwonian who was on the plat- w v.,
f0r.". , .. i. i I Kv. John Williains, president Ht.
"Madaine," replied toe aold.er, with 't)avids' society, 1114 llusliwick avenue,
ns much pride and clearnosi as I Ni'W Yoik
bunduges permitted , "'lon't pity inc. Hoy 4-hnl.,,.H A M prr,i,,,
Pity my filends In the train who are .,,,, ,ll,.i(,V ;,0 Kast Thirty-first
wounded where it won t show." .uti-eel New Yoik.
I ne r.ngusnwonian eoumn i unner sir Arthur Herbert. IMa. I.ot.1. New
I Munitions in money or kind should
MOUNT ANGEL NEWS
Jlicluu'l Walsh, who visited his brn
thor, Ims left for .Milwnukic, Oregon.
He and his puoplo Intend to winter in
Los Angeles, (Jul., uud in the spring hi
will 20 to Alaska to the extensive tan
neries in which .Mikel and Wnlsli urc
interested in at Ketchikan.
Mr. and Mrs. Ohn. Hpnnol, of SI ay
ton, -visited with -Mux Alntti and fam
ily last rtunday. They brought youii);
Mpnnol uliing. Mr. Hpnnol nns In al
tendunce ut the stnte meeting of the
Catholic Order of Foreatera,
John Schutzle and daughter, M.uy.
were in Mt. Angel over Huiidey visiting
our piipulur young Indy, Annii Hchutv.lt)
uud their imiuy Jriemls. Mr. hi linlzle
owns a lure stock farm ut llnmnsviile
which he now hns rented, He will visit
with his sistel, Mrs, Brack, at Wood
burn; Inter he will stay in Mt. Angel.
Our friend, .1, liuch, went to lort
Innd Tuesday morning, bound for Ht.
Vincent's hospitul to be operated on
for appendicitis by Dr. Tucaer. Hit
sister, u trained nurse, will tako care
of him. Dr. J. E. Webb will bo in at
tendance ut the -operation. Wo hope
Juck will scon recover and that he will
return In (piick time minus his appen
dix. Mr. and Mrs. I'. N. Hiiiith nru helm
'eongratuhited nn the nrrl.ul of a fine
bouiieing boy io their interirstiug f:im
lly. lie benra the name of Walter i'e
ter, u nd his. uncle nnd aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. West (Smith, stood sponsor fur the
youngster, lie bears the name of one
of the greet baseball players nnd his
di.d will enjoin two things on his boys
that they become members of Jhn
Knights of Uilunibui and piny huso
Y. M. C. A. Starts New Cam
paign "300 Members in
100 Hours" Is Slogan
Yesterday was. "Association Sun
day' ' and a number of the pulpits of
the churches of the city were occupied
by speawors under tho auspices or the
Salem Y. M. C. A., who spoke in the
interests of the IochI associction, which
will begru a membership campaign this
week. It is proposed to lectin1 iotl ad
ditional mew members tor the local as
sociation. That it will be tt whirlwind
campfciga is indicated by their pledg.
to secure "300 members in 100 hours.'"
John Furror and Kay F. Hiuhttrdson
arc the opposing generals who will con
duct the campaign. The followers oi
ea'h ure divided into five conipnnici,
of six men each and tho two sides will
compete in the mnttir cf seeurinz tie v.
members. The winning side will be
suitably rewarued in a manner not
made public, likewise the reward of
the losing side is more or less of a
Tomorrow noon a, nieettiiL' ot the
head men of both tribes will be held ut
the Y. M. C. A. and tho rules of war
fare und further organization will b
completed. On (;:u:h succeeding day
the workers will meet tit noon to com
pare notes and to fling a few -flaunts
into the camp of the losing ;.ic, A
plaster east will be made of the indi
vidual member securing the most now
members and the sumo will be mounted
on a pedestal und pluced upon exhibi
tion in the main room cf the Y. M. C.
A. ns tin nucleus uf a lo.'al " Hull o;'
Feme " The fsunous captains of bill
bull teams and individual stars in the
gr.mo will likewise bo honored.
Yesterday's meetings in nil of the
churches were well attended, us were
the muss meeting at the theatre and
in the evening ut the Y. M. ('. A.
Hurry Hjone jpoke ut the First M. I'..
church and gave nn association ml
dress. At the Christian church in the
forenoon Htanley Baker spoke on "The
(irnat American Desert;" J. i!. Wcr
lein, the official booster for the 1'. K.,
I & 1'., knowu ns " Absolutely " Wer
lein, bnkc on "A Question uud An
Answer.'' A. J. liobinsoti gave an as
sociution speech ut , the l'lesbytorinn
church. At the Leslie M. K, church
. M. tililley, physical director of the
Portland Y. M. C. A., spoke on "'the
New '.'onception of u JMivsical Kd',cu
Jacob Strcker, a member of the Wil
lamette University faculty, spoke nt
the Jnscn l.ec Methodist chun-h, nii'l
at the Ontral Congregational church
K. H. l.ockhurt occupied I lie pulpit
and spoke on "The Iiejatiou of the As
soeiation to the Church.'! At' a mass
meeting, Hurry Stone rpoke on "Men
Who Will." This meeting was open
ed by two suxophore solos by Htanlcy
Baker, of Portland, that were well re
ceived and elicited encores. M. V.
Compton rendered it vocnl solo and Mr
tit-onu was introduced by W. 1. Hlalcy,
president of the riulem association.
About 'IWI boys met nt the Y. XL.
C. A. at the same time, where Mr. Wer
lein delivered his " Mj'ssage to the
Boys." Dr. 11. C. Kploy led in the
singing and gave tv vocal solo, The
secretaries of the local association ex
press themselves as well plcujjcd with
tho success of tho meetings and tho
support they have received from the
husiness men nnd residents of the city
in nil of their enterprises.
V if E
U, It buys a package of five
A new gum
made to give the lovers
of Peppermint lots of "Pep" with
its double strength flavor.
lv It is also double wrapped and
r-i i t a . i
r seaiea to insure your gerang
it fresh, tasty and full-flavored,
Each 5c package is t
r wTAnned in n
United Z0 Coupca
'good for valuable presents.
It's the same high grade
product as the
I Yl1 tC " I 1
WRIGLEY "twin mlnta"
for long-leailnc delight I'
Three creosr.tlng plants In operation ' the slate last vear gave employment In
In the state last year, representing a IS people, who received in wages and
physical value of 27K.:i77, gave i- salaries an aggregate total of $!!n,Util
plorment to a total of persons and paid and the tntnl value of the products of
out in wage nfid tularin an aggregate , these plants vtas 1(112,785,
of 74,."R7. The total combined out-1 .
put of ill of the plants in jireserved Several eastern Oregon towns report
shingle, railroad ties, etc., wns 0.1,000,-j the rresence of horse buyers looking
000 feet board mcns'ire. This inforinu-j lor unimals fur the warring Kuropcaa
tioa ha been received and Is being . nations. .
(Capital iTourmil Hperial Hervlee,)
Mt. D. f. Weaver Is oa the sick list.
Mrs. IIcIh? Curry Is visiting her mo
ther in l'ortlnnd.
The I allies' Curd Club has been re
organized for the winter.
O. K. Cuoper and family liavn moved
to H,b-m from the dnnusi li mni'li where
they have resided during the past year.
Mr. (teorge Hun will occupy the
plnce, which he has leased for tea
years, and will put It into extensive
The l.ilios' Aid it planning a bn.uar
to be hfld nt the school house some
time bvfore Christmas.
Washington, Nov. Id, Argentina,
one of the world's principal sources of
grain supply, will have a bountiful
crop lo export, this coming year, ac
cording to official government esti
mates cabled to the Argentina am
bassador here today from Buenos
Tlio embargo on wheat and flour
which was Implied by Argentina soon
niter the beginning of the wai applied
only to last yeur's etop. From tho new
crop tho government estimates that it
win have for export 1,200,000 tons of
wheat, 2,000,0(10 ti f n, 1,200,000
tons ol oats and 1,1110,000 tons of flour.
PRESIDENT OOMTNO TO
COAST IN MARCH
Washington, Nov. Id. 11 ws an
nounced that President Wilson, follow
ing the formal opening of the Panama
canal, will arrive in Man Francisco
March 24, and remain four dnvs,
' Wa"hngton, Nov. 1(1. On account of
the continued spread of the foot and
mouth disease, the government todnv
extended the rattle ipiaiantlne to Con
iiccpicut nnd Montana. Hixtoon stall's
are now affected by the fedeial quar
SOME STUNTS DUE
TO THE INITIATION
"Please, 'Mister Officer, May 1 sleep
Desk Korgcnnt Foland eyed the sjieak
or with suspicion. It horo tho face of
one who might have seen better times,
hut being neeiistomol to applications
for a hod from all sorts of people the
sergeant unlocked the outer jnll door.
A clanking of bars and locks and tho
hevy steel door yawned hospitably. A
previous sleeper nlso yawned.
"What you got there, officer!"
asked tho frowsy sleeper.
"This is a freshman, bn," answered
Tho hobo eyed tho fresh and thus
"Now, officer, wo Is on the bum all
right, but. wo tries to be respectable.
We don't mind sharin' our flop with
most lines, but this hero spriugin' a
frnsh on us nlut hardly tiealiu' us
fair, now is It sergeant I"
"No yon don't deserve it," said Ihn
officer. "I'll let the freshman sleep
In the basement cell."
The police court binder bears the
name of Harold .lory, sleeper, searched
according to law for concealed weapons,
Piper heldsich and mutches, The spoils
of the search were loaded inlo one little
green cap and filed for the day officer,
while the freshman went lo the dark
cell to pass the night according to the
mvslie rights of the secret order for
which he-was qualifying for niliul isinn.
Another frcshiniin patiently fished
through the rain yesterday afternoon In
a bucket on the street corner. Another
strove, to sell small striped sticks of
candy for two bits a slick, alleging
that the proceeds would benefit the al
lies, The occasion was initiation Into
one nf the clubs of Willamette 1'ul
Carson, Nov,, Nov, Id, Francis (I.
Norland", democrat, was re-elected
Uniled Mtales senator on November .'I
over Sainuel platt, republican, by a
plurality of .18 votes, according to the
result of the official canvass,, which
wns completed today,
The complete vote for senator was:
NewlundH, democrat, H07,lj Platte re
publican, 10,17; Miller, socialist, 51:10.
Often a man who tnlks to his frlendi
In I basso prnfundn voice swltihes ti
a soft alto when his wife wants lo
know what kept him denn town si
LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS
Hay, timothy 12.00
Clover, per ton t 8.00
tints and vetch
Wheat, per bushol .,
Hran, per bushel
man, per ton
Hhorts, per ton
tints, per bushel
Chit tim hark, per lb
Potatoes, per ewt
Bitter and Eggs.
Hiitterfal, per 11
Creamery butter, per lb
liens, per lb
Roosters, per lb
('ows, per ewt
Stock hogs, per lb, (tops)
Hogs, at, per lb
Hwes, per lb
Hprlng lambs, per lb
Veal, first class
Pi v. tier lb
Hailed country pelts, each .
Lamb pelts, each
ni tul .', el
, 4 '..jtriCic
. Iltlii cash
Prime steers, $7.80; fancy cows, ().
0((i(i.25. Hotter-- t'ity ereuinery, M'.ic.
I'jgo.s Melected locul extras, la,'-.
liens, J'i(ri)lej broilers, ld(n l;
WEEKLY REPORT OF
UNION STOCK YARDS
North Portland, Nov. 14. Keevipta
for the week have boon cuttle lino,
calves 17, hogs 0020, sheep 2202.
Cuttle Iteceipta of cuttle coiitiniw
light, barely enough coming forward to
make a showing. Homo good steers
were sold first of week at, 7.25. Dur
ing the week from 7.00 to 7.13 wu
the genera! price for tops, Market iv
steady to strong for all classes.
Hogs Again mado a much better
showing the mnrket opening at, .ID
and closing at ti.20 for tops. Monday'
run uf 4,000 did not cause a flutter in
the rnakkut, all going ut stoady to
strung prices, lood average receipts
and quality all week.
Whecp Heeeipta continue light mil
demand excellent. Top lambs mid Ht
0.115, all other lines strong to higlH'r.
For killing sheep tradn bus boon good,
feeders III good demand.
Tho following sale are representa
Ban Francisco Markets,
Han Francisco, Nov, 1(1. Wheat (per
II. t ( Inh. l II.V,iL! Iiliniulcm. (Ifirn
2.10; Turkey red and forly-told, 2((H
2.05; red llussliin. I.DUVn 1.11.1,
Carley (per etl,) Feeding, I.SOfil1
1.22 shipping and brewing, !. 250-11
Kiri Kxtrus. 5llc! nutlets. :17im Cull.
fornlii storage, extras, 27c,
llutler l-xtrns, Ille; pilme firsts 28c;
firsts, 2de; seconds, ilc.
I h"ose California fancy, lllc; firsts,
I2e; seconds, 0c,
Banttl Markets. '
Neattle, Wash., Nov, 1(1. Fggs
Fresh much, 50c; Orientals, 2Hc; fresh
Ilutter Irficel cubes, lllc; bricks, 115c;
Oregon, ,ll(u :15c,
t hreso Llmbufgcr, 1llc Wisconsin,
lllc; Mwlss (domestic), 2lc Washing
Ion, I7',ijf(i I He,
Onions -Omen, 20ft'25i1 per doc;
eastern Washington, (n ;t c per lb.;
California, li I '(e.
Potatoes firs. led No, I, UtiilS per
Portland, Ore., Nov. Ml, Wheat
Club, 1.12'i; bluestem, 1.1.1; Walla
Oats Nn. 1 vihlte feed t'i'i; gray,
Hurley- Ureetlng, feed,
llog- Best live, 7.40,
j25; Heat calves, 7(N; spring .lambs,
I I steers
554 hogs ......
2 heifers ..
4 calves ....
104 lambs ....
WHERE WILL THE
MONEY BE APPLIED
At a conference hold In Henalor
Chamberlain ' offices lit Porllniul Fri
day afternoon, the question of tho
pc nil it iir" f llt. irli,000 fund net
aside bv the department of the Intern. i
for reeianii'lion work In the Deschnlen
valley ccmn ap for consideration, ami,
Inasmuch ns there are two separate
units of the project only cue of whieii
will lie taken up for completion at a
time, it was tho sense of the n ting
that all Hi iiitc'cstcd In bolh the
east and west unit of the prnjcti
send their iliiln i tit c the department at
the earliest dale possible,
The purpose of the meeting was ti
give the Oregon deliciitinn nn onpot
tunily to become familiar with (he sit
uation. Those present were Heuatoin
I ,a ne und Chnuiberlalli, Congicssoiun
Mlnnott, (lovcrnor West and a delega
tion from the l'ortlnnd Cnmniernitii
The Coos Hay Harbor reports Hint
something like .1(1 homesteaders have
filed nn lands recently opened to set
tlement In so.ithirn Coo cuiinty and
northern Curry county.