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THE DATLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1916.
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We Have Received-
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From one of the largest Orercoat manufacturing mas of the east
about 100 Overcoats, .with instructions to dose them oat at $15.00.
This is a most excellent opportunity for you, " coming iust at the
beginning of the cold weather.
Every Coat has merit
And value, and will be guaranteed by us as well as the firm to give
you absolute satisfaction.
These colors are fast, in grey, brown and
You'll wonder how we can sell these values at the price, which includes a few $15.00 coats, a great many $20 values, and some $25
grades. All cut in this season's models box back, pinch back and velvet collars; not an old coat in the lot. -
This is to be OVERCOAT WEEK. We want to sell moi(e Overcoats than ever before and will give you-excellent inducements.
New goods are coming in every day, in all of the best styles. Hart Schaffner & Marx Model "600" and Pick-back new this week, $25.00.
These Coats will be for
this week only
All Sizes in Coats
from 34 to 42
ale About die Only One That
Has a Shadow of a Doubt
T About it
By H. C Hamilton .
- Capital Journal Special Service)
'lnr York, Nov. 22. Confidence to
day is the reigning emotion in the east
ern cities where the big football teams
are preparing for the season's most
At New Haven, where Tad Jones,
Cupid Black and the rest of the Yale
team inspire the students tbey are on
ly slightly less certain of victory than
At Annffpolis, - where the Navy is
being whipped into shape for the an
nual bout with the Army, they refuse
to believe that Elmer Oliphant, Gene
Vidal and several lesser brethren can
do things to the midshipmen's line.
The army, however, being able to
scatter back over a trail of smashed
football defenses, shattered by this
doughty pair, is willing to mortgage
the old homestead and bet it all.
If there is a waver at all in the
widespread field of optimism it holds
forth at New Haven. Yale backers, re
alizing tho effect of a Percy Hough
ton offense when shunted into a Yale
line, grow slightly weak when asked
tor even money bets and they're ask
ing odds. Harvard students are in
clined to offer them tint much of a
chance. And since Captain Black vis
ited tho infirmary for a little session
with tho doctor, the Blue stock ha
Annapolis conches declare they have
a better balanced backfield than the
Army and this, combined with the fact
that Army's ends have shown nothing
remarkable in the way of defensive
plnv, will give the Navy viotoi
The Army hasn't shown anything
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that, the Navy will be hard pressed
H'to stop the flying combination which
gj I has rolled up a total of 210 points a
For Thin; Nervous
MEN AND WOMEN .
nothing equal or compares with
the rich food properties in
It makes other foods do good. It
sharpens the' appetite; stimulates
the circulation and helps over
come catarrhal troubles. II you
are rundown, anaemic ' or
nervous, tho benefits you
will receive from Scott'e
EmaUion will surprise you.
ficett & Bowac, BloomfleM. N. I.
!!,2H!I tons owned by Rriiincnncs and
Torgerson and registered from n Nor
wegian purt. The third is one owned by
iMuntreul and Cornwall Navigation com
pany, registered nt Montreal, whoso
burden is only 4'JS tons. Tho fourth
liritnnnic, of ;l,KS" tous, was sunk sev-
v f ,v .-rasi:--,i- enii minims uu.
The Hiilunnic never lias engaged In'
inn jus.jiuis?i'.xm.-...wtm j inins-Atlniilic. service, not Im villi' been
coniiileted nt the outbreak of the war.
A -y 1T Nhe naa turned over to tne government
. l e? tf j! VXX and tilted out ns n hospital ship, with
1 g-Y -f ('.0,s for !i,5IHl men. Mie carried usutil-
f I I A C ly, in nilditinu to patients, aid nurses
L JL J and orderlies nnd 1U0 surgeons, besides
tier crew- of about IIOU men, the hue of
Second Only to Vaterlaiid.
The Britannic lis a hospital ship, was
operated solely by officers of the W hile
,star line. At the local office il was
slated the ship was strictly n inm liel
ligerent. The ship was withdrawn from govern
ment service, nceiirding to reports to tho
New York office, mid taken to a ship
vices, officials of Hie White Star line I building yard about a mouth ago to
here todav practically certain that the havo her passenger accommodations re
ATLANTA, i la l UY.i;i lu.
1 8 oh, 6 for tO ols.
Cluett, Pssnbody ft Co., Inc. Kfakr
Hops Sell Freely
In Oregon Market
Officer Who Executed
Edith Cavell Doing It
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traus Alliintie service within a short ! unsold on the I'acifie. const, ami with
time. Nothing has been heard of tho "o export outlet in sight n drugging
snip since worn was recciveu tunt sue "'" i
wns to lie rebuilt
hospital ship Kritiiiinie, sunk by u tor- built, lhey oxpvetcu her to be plnceil in
pedn or mine in Ihe Aegean sen, was the
Hiitniinic of their line the biggest liri
tish passenger ship afloat.
They bn.ed their belief ou two points:
First, that the liner Uiitttmiic, coiuplet-
' ed only last year, had Immediately been
leiiiiisilioned by tho admiralty for hos
pital service; and, second, thnt the only
oilier Brituniiio of British registry list
ed in l.lovds was n vessel of n mere
4L'S tons too small to nccoininodiite Ihe I vessel, in tonnage. Mie diplnc
1.17S neisons ni iinteil for in the ml- lfS Ions. tShe was propelled by
miialty 's list of dead, wounded and res ! screws,
cucil. 1 " 1
There are four Brilannlcs listed in Fitejihen T. Mather, nssistant secro
l.lovds. First is tho White Hnr liner of tnry of the interior, in charge of nation
IS, in tons. The second is a vessel of til parks, whs in l'ortlund this week.
Pol tin ml, Or., Nov. 22. Hops arc be
ing bought freely, but apparently nt a
lower level of values. A number of lots
have been taken nt prices a cent or
more miller recent limitations, and
some of them are very fair goods. A-
bout 1IUU bales have figured in to
Three Jinllas lots bought by the Sea
vcv Hop coinpntiv were those of Yon-
U ii in, ho bales at III1-, cents; Arnold,!
cnrhiad nt 11-4 cents, and Bilveu, 40
bales nt HK cents. It. t). .Shucking ( M
bought the l.jTeff crop of !0 bales at!Q
Snlem lit !)', cents, .Smith I Hot., or Pal
i.. ..,.i.i lito i..,i.. .. i .. i.lsva
inf., h'm imj.-n ill ii j.ii, ,- 1.111,1 i,, in-
10'., cents. H. 1,. Hint purchased ,'UUi
bales at tu lU' j cents, mid .1. It. l.inn
-01) bales ot dealers hos at ! cents.
F. S. Johnson bought the Torgler crop
oi i-iu null's in J.lturi'l in i ' ct'ius hiiu : mat
V. .1. Ilishop secured 200 bales in thnti"
section at S to I) cents. jll
It is estimated there are close to'Q
ioo,oiiu naics or new nun oiii imps yei ;
London, Nov. 22. The officer re
sponsible ' for the deportation of Bel
gians to (lerninny, under ordess recent
ly issued, is the sumo officer who was
responsible for the execution of Miss
Kdith t.'nvell, the British nurse in Bel
gium, Lord Cecil stated in the house
of ceinmons today.
Lord Cecil dec'nred the ''deportation
atrocity" was part of (rerinnny'a
clearly declared policy and that for
this reason mere words from Kngiand
would not avail. -
Britain, he said, will respond to
every call from the Belgian govern
ment nnd join voices with every ap
peal the Belgians might make to the
gainst some formidable machines.
Norte Diirae found it rather easy tot Insurance
get through Army line, but the Hoosier
eleven was crushed when the Army
opened with forward passing.
cific. has joined with John D. Bpreck
els to complete the Ban Diego and Ari
zona railway, from Ban Diego to Yuma,
at the "earliest possible, moment,"
Kruttschnitt also said satisfactory rail
connections would be made at Campo.
now the 'eastern terminus, of the lines.
to about 600 Ban Diego'and Imperial
Valley business men.
Salem, Oregon, November 11, 1918
Notice is hereby given to the legal
voters of school district No. 34 in Mar
ion county, state of Oregon, that a
special school meetinf of said district
will be held at the high school bnilding
on Marion street between High and
Church streets, in tho city of Snlem,
Marion county, Oregon,, on Thursday
evening tho twenty-third day of Novem
ber, 1910, at the hour of eight o'clock
for the purpose of levying a tax for
itho support and benefit of the schools
in said district or the ensuing year.
The purpose for which thc-lnoney to
be raised by this levy shall be expend
pended, are shown by the following
itemized budget which is hereby made
a part of' this notice.
Water nd phones
Power and light
"The only election,'' he declared,
"capable of solving the question is to
proseifuto tho war with all our power
and make it a cardinal point to secure
the liberation of Belgian territory and
amelioration of the suffering of the
oppressed Belgians." -
TO BUILD RAILROAD
San iDego, Cal., Nov. 22. Julius
Kruttschnitt, general manager of the
Southern Pacific lines announced to
day at Campo that tho Southern Pa-
Betterments . 4500.00
Census, election, printing.... 500.00
Misccl. expense 500.00
Interest '. ' 7000.00
This meeting is culled for the purpose
of raising a tax for the above mention''
cd purposes, by order of tho district
school bourn, of school district Not 24,
in Marion county state of Oregon. "
Dated this eleventh day of Novembct
A. A. LEE,
Chairman of the Board of Directors.
W. H. Burghardt, Jr.,
District Clerk. Nov. 18-22
It wr.s stated here that the Britannic
was commanded by Captain C U. Burt
letl. The Britannic was the largest British
ship afloat nnd was second only to the
iitei land, the huge (icriiiiin passenger
looked for throughout the 'El
winter. I M
Ja spile of tho lighter consumption m
0. A. C. Homecoming
FOOTBALL GAME IMl
... ll,-,l- ,,,,1 IM- III, ,l.l.llH .H..III
of srrenge in New York state, uccnnl- SB
ling to the Waterville Hop Reporter,
i w hich says: M
"The local market continues iii'o't. ' pa
Some inquiries are received for ll'H' fj
i hups, but few sales have beeu imulc,ll
owing to the link ot hops ill the gruw-
ers nnd dealers hands, llrowcrs areltj
I....1 : i'.... I 4.. r i.i . i
mulling; luiitiini it, u i n i u i a nil- HU'
year for next season niiil are making
plans to enlarge- their yards, as well a
lo take better care of their crop."
Conditions in the Knglish market,
lis renorlcd by the British board of ag
riciiirure, are as ronows:
"Trade in the I'.ugllsh section during
the vast week has been somewhat ir
regular, the demand having l'ullcn off
! slightly. Late rates, however, have
, been lully inaiiitaineil. In tact prices
linvo advanced somewhat tor the ehuie
est selections, while the lower gVtidc:
also lumlo rather more nionev. An i lit
proved deiiianil fur the limited stocks
;oi i acmes nits isrimumica prices, im
'which, for Hliri lions, now rnnee I'nini . M
120s to l.Vis per cwt. Trade in Belgian
! hops is very quiet, supplies being in
excess of the ilciuniul."
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IS A SURPRISE TO THE BUYING PUBLIC. IN THAT WE ARE OFFERING HIGH GRADE FURNITURE WITHOUT
I RESERVE TO THE EAGER XMAS SHOPPERS. SOMETHING UNUSUAL TO PUT ON A SALE DURING THE BEST U
BUSINESS MONTH IN THE YEAR-BUT WE MUST CLEAR ONE ENTIRE FLOOR FOR OUR USED DEPARTMENT
AT ONCE, AND TO DO SO THE FOLLOWING PRICES PREVAIL: -
Afr&ics and Eugene 'Varsity Teams
Corvallis, Saturday,Nov. 25
The Games that Ail will want to See.
For the round trip from all stations on the Oregon
Electric Railway, NOV. 24, 25, 26. Fast Time,
' frequent trains and invariably on time.
Thanksgiving FaresSales Dates, November 29-;'0.
J. W. RITCHIE, Agent, Salem, Oregon.
BRAKEMAN GETS (1000
A regular $65.00 solid oak, genuine leather Daven- "j
port, an exceptional buy, special $40.00
A regular $26.00 oak Davenport, imitation leather,
good value at regular price, extra special . . .$19.85-
A regular $45.00 Couch, genuine leather, guaranteed
steel springs, extra special . ; $34.50
A regular $11.50 Couch, well made oak frame, Chase
leather, extra special ; $8.95
A regular $25.00 "quarter sawed oak plank top,
French plate mirror Dresser, extra special. .$19.75
A regular $20.00 solid oak Chiffonier, French plate
Mr. sulphury received thep mirror, has 6 ' drawers, extra special XI 5 70
nl because he was utlcmpliiii 1 - - w
A regular $12.50 ladies' Writing Desk, full quarter
sawed oak in the newest black finish, 15x2S-inch top,
one large drawer with pigeon oles, extra spl. $9J5
A regular $9.75 ladies Writing Desk, same descrip
tion as above, extra special $735
f'lnlr n. Tinker, Southern l'neific
brnkenmn running through this city
re(ulHily ou Houthbound trnin N'o. 13
nud returning on No. 14, linn received
ft check for $1000, besides his (.'urucitic
hero mcdnl. The rewnrd is for his res
cmi of W.- A. Mulisbuiy nnd Archie O.
Kmnsden from drowning in the W'il
luiuetto river, nt Albnnv in the summer
sumo re nu til
to rescue Mr.
Mr, Ibker on
Itninsden hen he was
linker rcsi'tiini; bolh.
n iirevioun occasion
miutched i child from dcutli from the
' pilot of u switch' engine lienr Portland,
iilno. Kuiicne l!iixter.
VON CLARENBEuK WILL
REMAIN U. S. CITIZEN
Till.,... V.... fi.i I ,.i
.lll.lllK'Ifll, -,i., in ivKiui "
' lo the teleerniihic reiiort from llelenii 'H
Mont., thnt r'nther Von t'larenbeck, !
of tin lnce, hud sent in. his unturnli
ntiou npr in nml resigned his citicn-; !!
shii nn account of the election of Pre llJ
iilcnt w ilsnn, the priest in question , H
A regular $5.25 Fire Screen, $4.00 Fire Set, and $2.25
Andirons, extra special $8 75
Heater Specials Regular $8.00 to $22.50 These
Stovesare full cast lined topAand bottom, extra
speciaL-: -$4.00 to $11.50
A regular $15.00 five ply 36-inch fibre Trunk, would
mane a aanay gilt, special -
A regular $13.50 Brass
posts, extra special . . .
- - $10.85
Bed, 5 fillers and 2-inch
A regular $7.50 genuine leather Hand Bag, would
make accepeable Xmas.gift, extra special . . .$4 95
A. regular $17.00 solid oak Rocker, genuine leather
seat and back, extra special . T. ; jg gQ
A regular $28.50 all-over genuine leather Rocker
extra special . . . , jj gQ
A regular $35.00 Office Desk, 48-inch top with double
pedestal and built of solid oak, very complete ex-
traspecial ; $26.50
has uiiiile thin statement
"1 still have my jiupers nnd intend
10 keep them."
lie sent to Helena, where he secur
ed his papers, nnd received n letter
saving that, in case he contemplated
tnkinii til Ik stop, he should apply to
the chief nniurnlizntioit officer of his
Thousands of useful gifts
throughout .our store at
Extra Special Prices.
Make somebody happy1 at
a small expense.
Entire New JjVex ford Building
467 Court Street Salem, Oregon
Shop early and you will
get the best there is. '
Furniture .make .'accept
able Xmas. Gifts.