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THB DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALS OREGON. FRIDAY, NOV. 23, 19i7.
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WOOD SAWING t Ca.ll
FOB SALE Trained Australian Shop
herd dog. Thone 2142R, 11-24
OAK BABBELS Half barrels and
ten gallon kegs at Fry' Drug tore.
WANTED 25 to 30 good Jersey cows
to be fresh in 6 weeks or two months.
J. IT. Bales, Waconda. 11-23
FOR SALE or rent blacksmith shop
lot, tools, and stock cheap. 2045 Pa
cific highway. 11-24
FOR SALE Young geese, alive or
dressed. Phone your order at once.
WANTED Two thoroughbred Buff
Orpington cockerels. Wm. A. Bond,
Rt. 6, box US. 11-23
WORK WANTED By man with team
W. R. Grender, Aumsville, Or. 11-24
FOR RENT 5 Toom bungalow, wood
in basement. Call 427R. tf
cook. , 223 N. Com,
-5 room cottage.
FOR SALE Two sows
. each.' Phone 1SF13.
FOB SALE 2 milk cows. 2204 Lee St,
' Phone 174R. 11-24
WILL EXCHANGE Wood
hoise. Phone 84F4.;
FOR SALE Team horses and mules,
2100 North Commercial St. 11-24
500 SCORE CARD pads for sale, Jour
nal office. tf
NICE FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
Apartments- 491 N. Cottage. Phone
WANTED TO BUT Fat cattle, will
pay top price. Peoples Market, Phone
WANTED A man with 25 M mill to
log and saw 10 to 50 million feet of
timber. X Journal. 11-23
WANTED Used bicycle, gents or la
dies; also kerosene gas mantle lamp.
P care Journal. 11-24
FOR BENT 8 room house and barn
and 5 acres of land in city limits.
W. A. Liston, agent, 484 Court. 11-24
HONEY to lend in various sums from
$700 to $3000, on approved security.
W. A- Liston, agent, 484 Court. 11-24
FOR TK-a-OE Two good lots for Ford
car. or anything elso of value. Phone
FOB SALE First class second growth
wood; also good covered wagon
Phone 14F13- . H-28
HOUSE keeping rooms nicely furnish
ed at Myrtle hotel. 633 Ferry street.
WANTED Pointer pup, about 6
months old. Address E. L. Myers,
1430 Bellevue, Salem. 11-24
20 GOOD men wanted at once, inside
,work, the year round; we work our
men on the merit plan. Call 6 to 8
p- m. 1973 N. Coral St. 11-23
FOR SALE Hoover potato digger for
sale cheap. First class condition. H.
W. Bowden ono mile west Kaiser
Bottom school house. Phone 29F3. tf
WANTED Woman housekeeper for
family of 3. Good wages. 1885 S.
Cottage St. cor. Rural St. Apply af
ter 6:30 p. ni. tf
nOUSE FOB BENT At 285 N. High
St. Enquire at 285 N. Com. St. or
679 N. High St. J. A. Patterson.
SALE 1916 Ford roadster- Car looks
and runs like newj new tires, speed
ometer, shock absorbers, tire rack
and extra tire. $340. 844 Mill St.
News that submarine -sites are to be
inspected seems to mean more than ap
pears on the surface.
John Darby of Shaw is in the city,
James Smith is iu the city from Sil
verton. J. C. Cannon of Turner is a Salem
B. C. Miles was a Portland visitor
John Gremmels of Silverton was in
John Darby and wife of Shaw were in
the city today.
Herman Pcetz of Turner was in the
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jxeeue or snaw
were in the city today.
Benjamin Brick is attending to busi
ness matters in Tacoma.
Miss Alto Johnson left yesterday for
a short visit at American Lake.
Mrs. E. Ireland left this morning for
Seattle going over the Oregon Electric.
Dr. F. H. Thompson went to Port
land yes terday on professional busi
ness. Dr. G. C. Eshelman of Portland, su
preme medical director of the United
Artisans of Oregon, was in the city
James F. Ailshie, Jr., student of the
Willamette University, is home from
Coeur d' Alene, Idaho, where he at
tended the wedding ot fcls sister;
E. L. Wood, Jr., of the Falls City
News is in the city on his way home
from a visit at Wilburton, Oklahoma.
He says things are booming in that
country, especially among the cotton
Commercial Street Will Op
pose Change In Regulations
Great Merest Taken
In Superfluity Shop
Great interest is being shown in the
Salem Superfluity shop which is to be
opened in the Masonic building next
Of Hydro Carbon Gas Maker.
50 Saved in Cost of AH Fuels. Come to our
Demonstrating Room .and see. it. operate. J ;
THE GREATEST HEATING DEVICE ON EARTH
361 State Street
POTATOES Wo are always in the
market for small lots or car lots,
why lock for other buyers! Mangis
CARPET and rug weaving. Mrs. Lillie
DeBord, 1898 Currant Ave., Salem.
GET YOUR TRESPASS NOTICES
New supply of cloth ones at Capital
TEN C'EXTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
cpward for choice wall puper at Bu-
ren's lirniture store, lis uommer-
eial St. tf
FOR SALE For less than cost, good
Bcven room modern house, block
from carline, $100 will get possession
II. E. Bolingcr, Hubbard bldg. tf
WOMAN wanted for house work, elder
lv ladv preferred. C A. Tucker, Sa
lem, Et. 4, box 103. Phone 11F22.
POTATOES We are in the markot
for potatoes, any quantity, sax furn
ished. Phone 115. Wm. Brown & Co.
Inc., Salem, Or. - 11-27
FOR RENT 160 acre farm, 40 under
cultivation, 5 cows, 2 work horses,
farming implements, good barn and
- nine room house. Inquire 1427 N
Church St. H-24
BED wool is high now, sell or trade
yours to us. Best market price guar
anteed, -.uren's Furniture Store,
Commercial street. 12-16
TEAMSTERS LISTEN Call Silvertoa
phone Black 174 for wood, pole wood,
hard wood, old fir and 2d growth, in
cords, yon can do well by calling
FOR FORDS The Eisen Regulator
Positively regulates your head
lights, can't get out of order, lasts
as long as the car will. Free trial
Have one put on, takes 10 minutes.
143 Court street. Phone 1341R. tf
TEETH that fall or other faults cor
rected, if such is possible. No charge
for examination. 10 years practice in
Salem. Dr. E- T. White, dentist, 318 I
V. S. bank bldg. Phone 298. 11-23
FOR SALE Bnff Minorca cockerels
from pedigreed stock, will be reas
onable if taken soon. Address Mrs.
E. P. Mills, Salem, Or., Et- 6, box
MUST be sold Jjy Saturday night 7
room plastered house, bath, toilet,
electric liehts, close to car line, in
grood eondition, good as a liberty
bond. Price tl350. $350 cash will
handle this place. H. A. Johnson &
The New Farrar Building
The parking of automobiles on Com
mercial street betewen State and Che
mcketa is entirely satisfactory to the
business men on the two blocks, ac
cording to a petition circulated yester
day directed to the honorable city
council. In fact, it was an unanimous
vote of all the business men on each
side of the street that the city fathers
should just forget all about the ordi
nance and let things stand as they are.
The Commercial street merchants are
not troubling themselves about what is
going to happen iO the parking of cars
on State street. The petition is just
for the two blocks on Commercial in
cluded in the proposed ordinance for
bidding the parking of autos during
business hours, and reads as follows:
"We the undersigned merchants and
business men angaged in business on
either side of Commercial street be-,
tween State and C'hemeketa respectfuL
ly petition your honorable body to
amend the proposed traffic ordinance
so as to permit the parking of autos on
either side of Commercial street be
tween State and Commercial."
Beginning with the U. S. National
Bank on the west side of Commercial
at State street, the signatures to the
petition are as follows: David W. Eyre,
G. W. Johnson & Co., Pomerov & Wal
lace, J. H. Albert, W. T. Jenks, Emil
A. Shafer, Sampson & Gidden, Weller
Bros., Commercial Book Store, The
Bootery by J. B. Littler, Gale & Co.,
E. D. Gilbert Co., H. F. Bonesteele,
John Loper, Fletcher & Byrd, S. C.
Stone, A.- E. Van aut, Dwight Misner,
People's Secondhand Store, The Tire
Hispital, J. A. Patterson, J. E. Busick
On the east side of the two blocks,
beginning with the Barnes Cash Store,
the signatures are as follows: B. T.
Barnes, Dan J. Fry, A. W. Schrunk,
Kwong Fook & Co., Thomson's Sample
Store, Epstein & Greenbaum, Lot L.
Pearce & Son, W. H. Welsh, C. M. Lock
wood, Bay Farmer Hardware Co., J. L.
Stockton, Boskenhamer & Covey Bak
ery, W? B. Gilson, Ed Blessing, James
Inglis, Salem Suitorium, Salem Wool
en Mills Store, George Waters, Salem
Hardware Co., Ernest Anderson, George
S. Holland of Pateison's cigar store,
Thos. A. Eoberts,,' .
JOIN THE ARMY
By Wearing a Pair of
OUR ARMY SHOES -
A vast army of people are wearing Aniiy Shoes
and getting foot satisfaction. We will make you
factory prices this week. Values $G.50 this
We have a few Young Men's Shoes left in both
leather and Neolin Soles, which 'we will sell at
following prices: Shoes from $6.50 to $8.00 will
go at $4.90
Included are two tone colors.
Shoes from $5.00 to $5.50 to go at ; . $3.95
$4.00 Work Shoes go at $2.85
$8.00 Tilt Shoes to go at $6.35
We have 10 pairs of handmade Loggers if your
size is here, at $6.65, worth $12.00.
Remember we do not advertise shoe values
that you do not know about, as others do, but we
give you standard goods and Shoes that you buy
Tuesday, November 27. Since the an
nouncement made n the papers yester
day, many articles have already been
offered, including blankets, dishes,
flour bowls and children's clothing.
All of the money received from the
sale of these articles will go to the
Bed Cross and hfe army Y. M. C. A,
There will be no.-expense whatever in
conducting the shop as all tho service
has been volunteered. The offerings
are to come from homes and none of
tho business houses will be solicited-
The officers having charge of this
shop are as follows: .
Mrs. Alice Dodd,' chairman; Mrs.
Chauncey Bishop, Miss Dorothy Pearce
managers; Mrs. W. H. Burghurdt, Jr.,
Soliciting committee Mrs. Geo. J
Pearce, chairman; Mrs. J. A. Carson,
Mrs. B. H. Cart wright, Mrs. Wm. Gal
loway, Mrs. Chester Cox, Mrs. A. D.
Palmer, Mrs, Fred&fcewart, Mrs. A. F.
Marcus, Mrs. Merlin Harding, Mrs.
Frank Purvine, Mrs. Geo. Wood, Mrs.
U. G. Shipley, Mrs. Lizzie Welborn,
Mrs. B. H. Downing, Mrs. F. C. BoW
ersox. Committee on collections Mrs. B. S.
Wallace, Chairman; Mrs. Thomas Kay,
Mrs. John Wallace Harbison, Mrs. C.
H. Robertson, Mrs. E- T. Earnes, Miss
Mabel Withyeombe, Mrs. II. J. Clem
ents, Miss Lela Rigdon, Mrs. Jos, Al
bert, Miss Dorothy Pearce, Mrs. J. A.
Publicity committee Mis. E. F,
Carleton, chuirman; Mrs. J. C. Nelson.
Week Em! Sale
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CLOSES TOMORROW NIGHT
These "Special Sellings'' will be withdrawn tomorrow night. There are all
timely offerings either as useful and appropriate Xmas presents or house
hold needs. .
Silkoline Covered Quilts
In various patterns and designs, full
bed size; excellent values at $1.50; 3
days selling, 2nd floor ()gc
high grade double corded cotton,
10 corded wool, full 2 pound weight,
size 72x84, strictly high grade batt,
3 days only, 2nd floor $1.69
New Fall patterns; a dressy Shirt for
white collar, soft cuffs attached; full
line of sizes 14 to 16; 3 days only,
men's section g()c
A clean up on "out of stock" patterns.
These are not old shop worn, out-of-date
Cretonnes, but crisp, clean new
merchandise. Used . for draperies,
pillows, shoppink bags and novelty
articles. Values up to 60c a yard.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 2nd
Fancv Sewin Baskets
Woven of wheat straw and bamboo,
neat, durable and practical sewing;
all new stock
Four sizes . . .89Cy 98c, $1.19, $1.29
Dr. Parker's Waist and Garters
The most scientific and best Hose
Supporters made for children. All
sizes from 2 to 12 years, 3 days only,
notion department 29c
27-inch wide, popular widths for
flouncings and making up the new
Jabots. New this Fall and were
marked at special introductory
price $1.19, 3 days only gjfo
To introduce our new stock Xmas
Handkerchiefs, we give an extra
value. 3 Handkerchiefs, beautifully
embroidered in colors, put up in a
handsome box; lace and handker
chief department, per box 9c
A large assortment of Kimona
Crepes, 30 inches wide, 3 days only,
A fine quality of Huck Towels, size
18x36, shipment just in. Now is your
time to supply household needs; 3
days only, Domestic department,
Fleece lined Union Suits in two styles.
High neck, long sleeves, ankle length,
or 1-2 low neck, elbow sleeves, ankle
length. A new; clean line of mer
chandise bought for this Fall's sell
ing; 3 days only, ready to wear de
partment , . Qgc
; V Ladies Kimohas ,
In flowered flannelette, of excellent
quality and high grade workmanship.
A large assortment of patterns.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
ready to wear section ()gc
g New Shipment Beacon Blankets
In Cribs, Bath Robe Blankets, Indian Robes, Traveling Rugs and Heavy
fancy plaid Bed Blankets. This is all high class merchandise, right in line for
Holiday business. The full line is priced close for quick selling.
Big display on Second Floor; come in and look them over and make early
Chrishnas Is ComingBeat It Here
SALEM'S TOYIJND Second Floor.
YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTEE AT
Judge Bingham opened court here
again this morning and is hearing the
arguments in tlicamit of Smith versus
nmith, a divorce case in which Hilver-
ton "parties are endeavoring to settle
their martial trouldes. Armitrentl v the
defense is relying on an agreement I on for change of venue to Morrow
made by the parties fome time ago as county has heen filed. It is based on the
a bar to further proceedings in the way fact -tliat an tie defendant reside in
SPECIAL SALE LADIES'
SUITS AND DRESSES
All new, classy, high
grade Suits and Dresses
of property settlements.
that county and that it should be tried
mere on account or mo convenience or
In the suit of A. C. Mulford against narties and witnesses.
Geortre Howton and Myers, an applica-
A marriage license was issued today! And just by way of keeping in trim
to Chas. T. Matherly and Lena Cooper I (Vllt,(ll Oregon will soon stage its au
both of this county. , , , ., , .
uuui ra.oui anve, ruo state as usual,
being expected to head tho list When
e final returns arc in.
JOURNAL WANT m PAY E
A. J. PARIS SHOE SHOP
379 STATE STREET
Charles Frohmans Famous
Plays In Motion Pictures.
MISS OLIVE TEL
The Beautiful and Talented
Stage Star, in
Adapted from the famous
WATCH FOR "THE GREY GHOST"
-3 DAYS ONLY
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, ' , y I winsome personality en-irms everyone, i ne cast i If I DAM I H!i j
6'' V " ' v ? L. in-hules a monkey, a parrot, kitten, and a IlAKUiN I 1
!s y 4 X i $ 4if!4i4W0Wy'fi I bullfinch, ami von wit' tain about tiieir f.nncs I
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At her best in a story written especially for
her. ..She just radiates joy, and her quaint,
winsome personality charm everyone. The cast
iiHmlcs a monkey, a parrot, kitten, and a
bullfinch, and yon wit' talk about their unties
for weeks. Tn 'addition, ''Sunshine Alley"
marks the return tJ the screen of Miss Marsh's,
The pick of
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