Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, August 08, 1916, Page THREE, Image 3

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    i'HE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUG. 8, 1916.
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Viil Provide Sewers for East
ern Portion of CityOther
City Business
A. L. Wallace Writes of Visit
ing the Salem Boys at
Palm City
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SUETS CATS SKIRTS
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of Women's Ready-to-Wear Apparel
in the History of Salem.
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of the highest quality, finest workmanship, and latest New York Styles,
s oi sale Tomorrow
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at the GALE & GO. STORE, formerly the Chicago Store
at prices that will even amaze your strongest imagination
LEST
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Our Mr. Brill was very fortunate in procuring three sample lines of Suits, Coats and
Skirts, made by three of the best manufacturers in this country, at a price concession that
even the shrewdest buyers of ready to wear goods admit it to be without a precedent.
The styles are the latest and smartest New York creations, the Coats and Jackets have
the new flare effect and lined with guaranteed satin and Peau de Cigne. The skirts come
pleated, and also in the newest straight line styles.
The materials are fine serges, wool poplin, silk and wool poplin, gabardine, English tweeds and velours. The colors are black, navy, royal,
gray, Copenhagen, tan and fancy mixtures as line a collection of Women's Garments as you ever had the pleasure to look at.
And here is how they will be Sold, and believe us, they will Go Some at These Prices:
Wonderful Offerings In Fine Waists
Small lot of Women's white Waists made of fine
voile and corded material, fine peai-l button trim
ming; formerly sold for 75c; while the yast only 38c
Small lot of Women's Waists made of sheer colored
striped voile ; combination of green, gbld. and laven
der stripes. A very neat and dressy waist, formerly
sold for $2.08; while-they last only 0,gc
Small lot of Women's and Misses' fine Middies,
made of good quality Lonsdale twill ; formerly sold
for $1.50, now and while they last only ..... - 59c
Extraordinary Sale of Women's Shoes
Come in gun-metal, patent colt, velvet and suede,
cloth or leather tops, button or -lace, all sizes
Regular $2.50 Shoes .. . .. .............. 49
Regular $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes : . . 0g
Regular $4.00 Shoes . '. J2.49
Regular $5.00 Shoes . ... . . . ; I . ... .-. .... . . $2.98
Patent Mary Jane Slippers, all sizes, values to $2.50,
to close out for Qjfo
SUITS
Values to $22.50 now go at
COATS
Values to $12.50 now go at
$2.95
SKIRTS
Values to $7.50 now go at
$2.45
SUITS
Values to $30.00 now go at
$9.65
COATS
Values to $15.00 now go at
$4.95
SKIRTS.
Values to $10.00 now go at
$3.95
SUITS
Values to $45.00 now go at
$ 1 4.65
COATS
Values to $25.00 now go at
$5.95
SKIRTS
Values to $15.00 now go at
$4.95
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The sum of 2')0 was nprnprinted to
the Salem public playgrounds associa
tion from the general fund.
A bill requiring traveling medicine
shows to pay a daily license of 10 or
a weekly license of $50 was passed.
Action was urged in the matter of
providing sewer relief for the people
who live in the section of 14tli street
between Cuter and 1
The following letter
addressed to E. Coke
l'atton by A. L. Wal
luee, well known in
Salem Elk circles, in
dicates t Ii it, life in
the army is not 8 bud
thing for some of tho
boys. Mr. Wallace is
otherwise the regular meeting of tin 1",,",.V'"K engraving in Los Angeles and
Salem common council lust night was aJ"8t ,00K a ril t San Diego to see
quiet affair, with nothing to disturb! bovs when they were camped at
the spirit of peace which brooded over! City, He writes in part:
it. I "While in Sail Diego, 1 visited tho
It bad been understood prior to the boys of Company M when camped at
meeting Unit the playgrounds matter, I'lilni City which is about an hour's
which hail aroused, a Btorm ut a previ-i drive out of San Diego. There aro
ous meeting, was to pass without seri- lO.'itl Oregon bovs camped there of
ons opposition, but tli? understanding which l.l.j are from Salem in company
was not based on substantia grounds fM. , . lirl)rilu.d to finJ B1,.'h
Immediately upon the introduction o , ,ielith nl, hllllUv ,,,,. f ,
the mutter Alderninn (ok, who ha lei ,,i. , ,; ... .... , . , '
the ..position to the bill from its " ". ' ' s0,t"skl""e'1 a! hol"e
first appearance before the coul.cil, ha "cn ,an with red noses
was on his feet. ' and cheeks, which together with short
"I am opposed to this thing on prin- ,,il,lel hair, gives them the appcur
eiple," said Cook. "Hoys are puttingl "m"e of an entirely different bunch
in their time playing on these grounds ,ihnt 1 knew at home,
when they should be working and curu- "I talked with -Captain (iehllier,
ing their own clothes. I'uicnts should Lieutenant Allen and others knew
take care of their children.
It was much the snme line of talk
that the alderman had used on a form
er occasion. Its chief significance lay
iir the tact that the bill was not to
be put through without opposition.
Alderman Hndoboii followed Cook
with the statement that" he considered
it a great thing to raise a tamily.
with the assistance of his wife,
ana tney all nave niioiit the same re
port which is that they are all feeling
fine nnd having a good time, and I'll
say they sine look it.
"I spent most of the. time with Car)
(ubrielson anil witnessed Company
M ' baseball team defeat Company 1.
He, "".v nave a oracu team and have bent-
had ie" nearly every team in the camp.
raised seven children, he said. They
had been successful in doing so with
out the aid of a public pliiyground.
Mothers of families should look after
these mutters. It was not right to ask
the city tu spend good money to do it.
Hut. Alderninn llurtelson seemed to
"1 lined up with them for mess Sat
urday evening ami while holding my
tin plate, felt like . an Uncle Sum,
hero. Their dinner was a good one, in
fact, better than what I have paid a
dollar for in this city.
"The boys are looking forward with
lack his customary conviction. It was pleasure to their removal to Imperial
noted that he was not so firm us he. Beach as there they will have the
had been known to be ut former times: I'acific ocean for their both tub nnd
when the public treusury was threaten- -,t will be only a few yards from camp,
cd, and presently he stilted that he They ill have flouring for their tents,
wotmi voie in mor ui nic mn un , olc.eti c I gits am ' other conveniences.
he could
.the understanding that
change iiis vote later.
Aldormuii Wallace stated thnt he
going to vote against the bill, lie
was
4) like it in l.os Angeles, but with
all the fite climate, I lung for Oregon
and old Snleni town, toecther with its
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.1 hope to see again before
mouths."
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OIL TREATMENT FOR
STOMACH TROUBLES
yidcifd public playgrounds n tcuchers
; fad. Alilennnn Jones, who hud led the'
j movement to obtain aid from the city,
was n teacher. He was sorry that
j Jones had got into the mess. The more
i fads the more taxes.
I At this .juncture Alilennnn Jonesi
made an eloquent idea tor the pnssngej
df trie b . lie tod of the plivground , . . ... ,
I , . ' i .i . . -. ... .,.. ' A simple prescription made up ot a
'work: what a good thing it was pr.i- , . '. 1 1 . 1 ..
. ,' I ..M-i.. i i. i. ...... combination of puio vegetable oils is
Alderman Hudelson's grandson h, N"' results tor sul
been one of the most ei.Vhusiastic cl.il- r-medy which ) .,..
drei the playgrounds." This cans-' '?vo originated in rrnnce. where it
cd a smile ti ripple ero I the cuun-: '"n "."J I'
cil chamber, nn'l Ablcrmnn llndelson ntry. was introduced into this country
made no remarks. ; orW' f h""B
In reply to a .Ucstiou from Cook "'K (." who cured himself of severe
Jones gave n brief history of tie. play-; Jtoniaeh, liver ami intestinal troubles
grounds moveme.ul in this city and s-l ! r ' ", H'l""-' wlio have used It i.v
t.n-.h iiow Hie money was spent. Cuon'tho f.rsf Jose is sutti.lent to convince
shook his head. He said he was will !n.V one of its remarkable merit, and
ing to reimburse Jones, but otherwise within twenty-four hours i the snf-
he vas iibsolutcly opposed nnd would ;frer feels like a new person. I Ins medi-
continue so. Cheaper help should be ;-, ' , 1','omf "0W,",
engaged tor the playground work. '.vr Wonderful Remedy, is so ,1 by
A vote was tak resulting in 7 lending druggists everywhere with the
lives nn.l :i noes. Tlu was si ceded positive understanding thnt your money
several minutes of excitement, and!
by
presently Jones made a mutii.n tnnt
the motion just lost be reconsidered.
This after the fact had been brought
out that the people of the city hud al
ready gone on record in favor of h pub
lic playgrounds. The- motion to recon
sider was carried.
On the second vote Cook voted no,
Elliott yes, Hoover yes, Hudelsou yes,
Jones yes, Miller yes, McClellnn no,
I'ullcrson yes, Roberts yes. Wnllnce no.
Mayor While declareii the motion
carried.
The proposition to raise, the license
fee for automobiles and taxis carrying
passengers for hire was defeated, but
in connection with this a motion was
introduced by Alderman Conk that the
public auto and taxi license be rnised
to -"i a venr and the city attorney
be instructed to druw i p a bill for sub
will be refunded without question or
quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you
absolute satisfaction.
For sale by .T. C. Perry, druggist.
FITTJNO UP W STORE
Fl. ft juimi is quite busy this week
repairing and remodeling IJs liui.'d
iug which has just been vacated by
fl. If. Young, lie is being assisted in
the work by Joe Tlioney. The" front
room iias been partitioned off and is
being re -arranged for a confectionery
store and ice cream parlor. A new
soda fountain will be installed, as
well as other elaborate fixtures, nnd
it is the intention to make the insti
tution second to none in this part of
the coiinry. The back room will bo
used as a billiard parlor and will be,
entirely separate from the front. Mr.
mission to the council. This motion Yiiiu M " "!" ,"
was carried. ' '"r business by next Tuesday or ed-
Thc petition for sewer relief from nesday Donnj.l Iteeord.
the people lixing cast of 14th street be-j 1 '
tween Center and 1) was the cause of j , ,
some ilifcnssion us to whether the niat-T --Ti--'-TT-r-r.rTTT.T-j-tor
should be referred to the sewer SUMMER SPOILED SKIN
f" "'u'" I' r iv . oi REMOVED BY ABSORPTION
the former, and the petitioners i.re as
sured that relict will be given tii.-m Be
fore another winter. . ,
The council decided iuvornbi in thel As undue Miuuiier exposure usually
matter of rebuilding the foot bridgel leaves an 'undesirable siirfuce of tun,
on North 17th street It tween lieniek-1 redness or roughness, ollten freckles;
ctn and Center. i "e sensikle thing to do is to re-.
Tlu street committee with the street move such surface. There's nothing
commissioner was authorized to buy 50 better for this than ordinary merc.ul
tons of hay. i.ed wax. which uctonlly absorbs an
The city attorney wts instructed to unwholesome eurplcxion. The thin
notify Congressman ll iwlcy to remove , lavcr of surface skin is itself absorbed."
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, Sidewalks, bills and small m
J pertaining to street work im-c
II attention of . the meeting
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inn unsightly fence on his properly with gently, gradually, so there's
Jin .13 days or the city nould rennve venience, no detention indooi
ler.
no incon-.
lours. Spread
wax lightly over the entire face utf
the
bedtime and take it off in the nioin
int with warm water. If you will getf
wax; at the.
Jj Pineapple Pepsin Will
ii Restore Your Appetite
III 1' .v0" ar 'f thousands who
I suffer from indigestion, sick head-
ache, constipation, belching,
p
henrt-
l.n.n In., n 4 nn.util. U...I a.tl...v a V t.i I
II tnins of stomach trontile, come in and
let us tell vou about NATO!, IMN'K
IJjAI'I'I.K I'KI'NIX f'OMrOl'XD nud the
splendid results manv of our custom-
.! I one ounce of mercoli.ei
onierii.t- . . :. .......I, ... ......
urugninir gnc 11 nir n nrn i p.., ..u
I ms v expect marked Improveineut. daily.
When the underlying skin is wholly iii
view your cvutplexion will he n marvel
of spotless purity and beautiful white
ness. Don't let those summer wrinkles
worry you; worry breeds more wrink
les. Itnnish them by bathing the fuce
in a solution of powdered saxolite, I
o.., dissolved in ' pt. witch hn.el.
I'sed daily for a while this will ke
found wonderfully effective.'
'vrn ic .if-ii,iii( i.fiii ill ji
,comes in 50c and 1.00 bottles and we
II, sell it with a positive guarantee
II benefit or money kack it
finest things weknow of.
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ij Formerly The Chicago Store, Corner Com'! & Court Streets, Salem, Ore.
KNIGHTS' SUPREME TRIBUNAL
lNirtland, Ore., Aug. 8. The Knights
of I'vthiiis suiireme tribunal met at the.
one of the! rortland hotel today to itispose of sev
.1. C. Pcrrylernl tangles affecting the organization.
1 This tribunal is tne supreme court or
Journal Wont Ads Oct Eesults Yon l'ythinnism. The supreme lodge was i&
Want Try one anil see. 'session behind closed doors all day.