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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1918.
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I For our 197 Busy Stores, Makes Us one of the largest individual shoe buyers
... me nuim, jiiuo is jus i une 01 me many reasons wny tne
AH Around Town
, On account of the difficulty In se
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Are Enabled to Sell You at the Very Lowest Prices
Of the very Best Quality style and workmanship. It is to your interest to
verify this statement We are receiving the late new styles every few days.
Sept. IS. Meeting for Fourth
Liberty loan drive at cwera
Sept. 19 Fourth Liberty loan
Sept 19. Bd Cross meeting
$ at Commercial club. $
Sept. 23-28. Oregon State
Sept. 30. Opening of Salem
public schools and Willamette
Dr. Mendelshon is back In his office
and is at your service t
Choice eating apples. Cummlnes, 94F
Curin? farm labor, mnnr firmnrs will
put part of their farms in grass this
year. One evidence of this is the unus
ual amourt of crass seed that is beimr
Benjamin Ferule formerly with
Beautiful' 'Webb ft
A nice field-mouse grey shoe for la
dies. It has fine soft kid vamp, and
cloth top. It has a good military
heel with rubber tip. Has a stylish
toe with imitaiinn ran. Vmi vein ha
t 1' FT um uv I
surprised to get it at ....... . .$4.98 I
Ladies' dressy grey Nubuck of the
best quality, style and everything
that can be asked of a shoe. It has a
good French heel, and Goodyear welt
sole. It is a winner at $7.90
DO NOT OVERLOOK OUR LADIES READY-TO-WEAR DFPARTMFtvjt
BROTHER REAL BARGAINS. ONCE A CUSTOMER t ALTOTO AoS
'. C. PENNEY CO.
Ir, A. McCulloch left today for New
port for a three weeks' outing.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jones and daugh
ter Lcona are in the city from Mon
B F. Jciies of Newport i in the city.
Captoin &, A. Hall of the regular
rmy is now stationed in Portland. Ho
spent Sunday in the city.
B. C. Paulus ie in I'ortlanl attending
to business matters.
F. 0. Deckebach went to Portland
this morning to attend to matter con
eermng the Fourth Liberty loan.
Alius F.tlla Kawson of the Commer
cial boo kstoro was a visitor in Fort
land over Uunday.
Herbert Shields of Portland is in
the city. Ho will occupy his usual booth
t the state fair grounds.
W. W. Zinn is in the city arranging
" oooin ior me state fair. Ho ia now
located ut Columbia Beoeh.
C. W. Nist of the arant-Smith-Por-ter
ship yards was in the city over
H. C. Hnskins and wife of Astoria
were registered yesterday at tho
The' funeral gervicea for Aaron A.
Iniskcrn were held this morning from
the chapel of Webb & Clough and
were conducted by tho Eov. H. N. Aid
rich. Burial was in the Odd Fellows
eemotery. Besides his father Alexanler
Kmskern, he is survived by two sisters
Mrs. J. W. Miiriiliv n.1 M.. u:..u....i
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Gamble all of Salom.
SCHEME IS FAILURE
It Will Not Srve Its Purpose
London. Sent. Id lVin;..'. a i
Ualfour sneak nir at th wti h....:.
today declared his belief that the Aus-
'"" proposal ciinnot produce peace,
nor divide the allies.
'Thorn ia nnmnll. .,...:i .,
- k in tne
Austrian proposal coming within a few
hours aftor thn nnnnl. n?v;.. .
lor Von Payer," Balfour ..n id
I cannot Ibeliovo it is tho enemy's
desire to arrive at an understanding
which we can possibly accept. It is
ancuipi ,o weuuon tho forces which
ere proving too stromr for tlmm in
the field. I am suro it cannot produce
, ., uU i , JU8t a8 gure lt CBnnot
uiviuo mo aiues.
nen tlio Gormans try to dress
ttuvmselve in In.i,l..i ur:i.. ....
i i i t". xry t0 '''"y a Par' they
think Wilson wants tlnm t,. n..,'..
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liaitour agreed with tho Austrian
mite's assertion ilmf tho n,i,ni
Uization is at stake and, that prolong-
K,r uuBiiui'iri is risKing tno sac
nfico of a great deal that is dear to
llo asserted that certain fundamental
questions must bo settled before dis
cussions can take place.
"Until then," he euid, "what is tho
use of irreponsiblo talk!"
"Until Oermnnv la ,r..,,., , 1 t ..:
tlio probkMiis confronting us all in a
u'lierent spirit than that animat
ing her statesmen, conversation, urn
Issues Orders And AGgns Bat
talions ior Hearing Out -Pockets.
Balfour. "Although I
Have you had your child's
eves examined Is that
child's eyesight in proper
condition to begin the school
year? Children suffering
with eye strain cannot make
a showing with school work
and are often thought to be
Why not make sure and
have that child's eves mm.
inoA onA if ,ru,n P"Mal the slightest hope that
ined and if necessary have ; ki of peace riiv attainable,"
the proper corrccHnn? tl",.'"v,'r,',!"''1' -'in'J. "it seems ai-
I make a specialty of cor
recting flefpftfvp vi'ai'nn in
i '11 , v 'v-iui, mo viiRiicciiiir or tno roicu-
children s eyes and have ex-i Ki r0 ,ri,r"r,i t least to show an
flminpd nvpr nn,Va nf lS?""J' mora wvations are use-
children's eyes in Marlon
and Polk counties. If glasses
are not needed I will not
recommend them. I use no
drugs or drops in making
examinations, as tney are
dangerous. I guarantee sat
isfaction. DR. M. P. MENDELSOHN
210-211 U. S. National Bank
useless, ' ' said
urn roreou to conclude that Austria
made the proposal not because it would
or could be accepted, but for tho pur
poso of dividing the allies and aggra
vating simpcoted allied international
liaitour analyzed Von Payer's epeech
"iijjiii, comparing mo latter s statu
nients regarding Belgium, Alsaco
wirratno, Ueiman colonies and tho east
rn questions with tno allies aims, in
view of the Austrian proposal showing
" aiiuv vuiivithiu ions are.
"I cannot hnnestlv ,n in ik A,,..
trian proposal the slightest hope that
inerediblo tJiut ,wl,ir ,mi
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run runic zrein mh Aiistnaii proposal,
Until those ruling the destinies of ()er
many, whether the general stuff, the
emperor, the chancellor or tho roich-
"In all the past four years, Ger
many has never made anything deserv
ing seriously to lie called a peaco pro
poHl," Balfour declared.
Balfour explained that he rend only
tho press comments on tho Austrian
note and had not had time to study
tho mutter or consult ntlm
ment officials, He spoke, he said, pure
ly ss an individual.
"There is no misunderstanding be
tween the allies and the oeutial Dow
ers, ho said. "Therefore, tho pro
posed conversations can be of no prac
tical use- So coalition was ivor so
strong 89 that of the allies and Ger-,
many cauuot break it up." "
General E. E. Len HIM
of the Fourtk Libortv
has issued a letter to the 400 workers'
summoned to meet at the opera house
Wednesday evv-iiircr unit, i...
J.ord Nelson at the naval battlo of Tra
falgar when he sent up the signal 'Eng
land expects each man to do his duty.'
In this Casn Gnnnrnl Stnln.
tnat ho exnocts everv mnn In Hl, -
do his dutv in working n inonsA a.
loin's quota for the fourth liberty loan
ciimnncn or tla several commit
tecs met yesterday at the Commercial
club and reported an enthusiastic smnt
prevailing everywhere. All realize that
in raise (louiiio the aount of the third
..ue.iy joiin win require an immense
amouiu or worK. Yet as Salem secuivd
it: quota for that lonn. It f it !...
, - V j mv a ivii. null
U is up to tho city to prove that it can
iwice un amount for the third
Today the boy scouts wero facing
...o immune posiers and posting the
"M...niiiu.a aavertiamg. Chns. V. Gallo
way, chairman of the Slinnlrnvo sni.:i
ioc is in Portland today arranging for
ov ..,. i,,r ooth vunesday and Sat
At the meeting Wednesday evening
.."v n.u uo Rn oojwt lesson for the
numers in tlia wnv n i:i, i
. . . : v n ""inv johii
workor n,.pronching a man who should
"r iiuernny and meeting hi, 0biec
iiuim 10 suoseriDinw om n : i ...
why it is tip to ewry man just at t.ls
.mui moment to get behind the gov
KnCl, of tho 38 rantntx. 5..l..
rl,rai routes in Marion county
have been assiVtw.i ni.m, m
. - r---u ur more
field it is hoped that within thrce davs
material progress will be made towards
svciiring Salem's quota. Although this
mount has not been officially an-i-ouncod,
it is known that this liber
v loan callitfor double the amount of
the last one, when Salem was called on
to ,ubscribe about 1517,000.
From these figures, it is thought
iiwti taifin will tin fwi IaJ am 4. ...1.
- -" , (i I,,, it, pun
scribe one million dnllni.. r .i
Major A. A. Hall of the Oreon
Guard is now in the regular army and
is stationel at Portland. He has been
given the rank of Captain.
Bigger and better. Wards Drug (tore.
New location. 1st door Bant nf ftrav-
Btlle confectionery. tf
Big dance every Tuesday. Thursdav
and Saturday nights, Lakebrook hop
yard. 8 miles north. tf
A call had been mjwlo f or on mn
from tho local exemption board but no
definite information has as yet been
received as to tho date they will en
"The beat" U all von can do whan
death eomea, CU Webb & Clouch Co-
rnone izuj tr.
NOTICE Lodges, clubs and dancing
bociuucs, i am now oooiung my or
chestra which is better than ever, for
tho coming season, those wishing
dates pnone 1288. Warren Hunt, tf
To assist pupils in the rural sr.hoolR.
IUB 0II1C0 01 Ij'OUntV .Snnnrintomlmit
Smith has secured Bix sets of pictures
with 25 in a set to hA lnnnnrl fmm
time to time to tho rural schools.
At the meetirur this nvftnW af tlia
city council the principal business to
be transacted is that. of the proposed
salary raise for firemen, policemen
and employes of the Btrcet deiiartmcnt.
At the last meeting of the council Al
derman Ward introluced a motion that
these eniDlOVes bo iriven a rniaa in
salary and tonight the ordinance com
mittee will nitroduce an onlinanne
providing for an increase.
Peach stones are manted hv t.Tia rn.
eminent as there is a chemical 'in them
ot value to the eovornment in nmkino
trns masks. In nrHnr that tl,a n;t;Qana
of Salem and vicinity may share in
mis paincnc cause, a Darrel nas been
placed in Salem at the comer of State
and Libortv' street for thr eollfiptinn
of pits of any kind. i
In attemntine to ulleht from a swift.
ly moving truck Saturday evening,
Arthur Hcrboldt of 319 South Seven
teenth street, age 8 years, fell and
broko his arm. With another small bov
truck whore it was stand-
Adolph Eros, is now a soldier stationed
at Camp Johnson, Florida. In writing
to a brother Elk he notes the fact that
all the ricn soldiers from the north and
west have pet allegators. Also that!
when it rains in Florida it rains more
in one hour than it does in the Wil
lamette valley in ten.
The county has now completed all
us paving ior tne fall and is now
ready to turn the plant over to the
city. At tht meeting of -the council this
evening the question will come up as
to whether the plant is to remain in
its present location near the fair
grounds or whether it shall be returned
to a location near the Southern Poni-fio
ThUESdav evening thu nffwm nt tt,.
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local Elks lodge an dother members of
the lodire will drive tn ArMiY,,-iii
just for a friendly visit and to inci-
dentaly ask th hnVR ni'HT thapo wnt
to fail to attend Elks' dsy at the
state fair, Thursday Sept. 26. The offi
cers of the lodse are? Hnrv .T w.j.
eroth, exalted ruler; A. E. Huckestin,
esteemed leading knight; J. A. Benja
min, esteemed Iuval knitrht- A T rn.m
ing, esteumed lecturing knight; H. J.
...umrr, stcreiary; tnester (J. Cox,
treasurer:' John W. Tn1,t ..hoio!. a
L. Fraser, tiler and A. I.
One of the biir musical fcaturo. n
the openino" ilav nf th n,.,,..
. j v.veuu oittic
In!- . H.J , ...
iuw next juunuay wnen a 'Uay of all
uuuiius ' win pe ceicorated, will be a
group of 24 violinists who will play
under the direction of Miss Elizabeth
Levy ofSalcm. For Mie patriotic deni-
unBiraiion in tne attemoon the play
era will be dressed in costume to rep
resent ditferent nations and will play
patriotic' selections from lifferent
he eot on the
ing at lOtb. street and was given per
jiiiasjuii 10 nuo. w nen tne trucK reach
ed 13th street, the Tjovb Wonted tn
leave but the driver would not stop
and continued at a rapid rate lown
town. Tho Herboldt boy in attempting
to alight, fell and broke his arm. As
the police understand it, anyone who
gives a passenger permission to ride
is responsible for thn an four nt timt
person in alighting. The driver of the
iruca was arrested ior operating a mo
tor vehislo without a license plate.
Murray L. Hart, formerly bookkeep
er ior n. a. une b company is now in
an officers' traininc e.umn nt. Pt "Hon.
cock, Georgia, attending tho Central
Mn..kln. J!i ..... .
iiatiiiiiu j.u,i uiiieers training senool.
He writes that he wnrTta 'from 7 in i,o
morning until 9 at night and expects
iu nci-p ai ii untu aDOut .December 1.
Tho mercurv has hpnn null, notion
down thero ,he writes and for the past
month or so has been sliding up and
down between 100 and 120 above, and
there isn't any shade at the camp.
We will now have to break the sad
lews to those who r mHin t,i.
tious enough to buy a new Ford. In
tne language of the street, "there aint
no such animal." Thn n,,,,,,,,,,,.. ,,
is made by Vick Bros, that no more
Fords will be made or receivel this
winter, excepting -a few enclosed Se
dans. Mr. Ford is devoting the Ford
factory to making things the govern
ment wnnts. The Ford tractor is made
by the Fordson plant entirely separate
irom tne automobile plant. However, it
is an ill wind that blows
and the man who now has a Ford and
wants to sen it will find a ready mar
ket. Also Other llRpd para dm In A.
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Smartest styles and lowest prices are assured our
patrons. Buying all our models direct from New
York and Philadelphia factories saves you all the
middleman's profit. ,
LADIES' COATS $14.75 TO $42.50
CHILDREN'S COATS $ 3.98 TO $ 9.50
LADIES' HATS $ 1.98 TO $ 6.90
CHILDREN'S HATS 98c TO $ 3.98
Our Prices Always The Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
OREGON HAS BUILT
114 WOODEN AND28
SI EEL SHIPS TO DATE
We will buy old naner.
Must be baled of in hnndles.
All kinds of sacks for sale,
ior gram and potatoes.
WESTERN JUNK CO.
Center and Court
Governor Withenmh. ij.
the meeting to bo held Tuesday even
ing at the armory. All selective service
men are called to meet at the armory
tomorrow evening to hear an address
uu or a general discussion of- mat
tors or lnrnroHt. tn m. ..i. A
, " ..vm njiu are 01
Hemstitching and Picot edge
We do this work in the best
All work iruaranteed.
iviugvi wnuig iuauuuc vll
337 State Street Salem
And All Kind of 2nd Eu
Full Market Prices Special
Price paid for Backs.
Gt oar price before yon MIL
THB PEOPLE' 8 JUNK 8KB
871 R. Com' I fit Phone 7S4
Portland Furniture Denier wnt
all kinds of second hynd furniture,
stovcs, gas ranges, ete. Best price
paid. Phone 951,
when in salem, oeegon
"A Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern $1 per Day
,. 100 Rooms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel in Business District
Business men are reouested to 1 pa ttp
some monr.v nt. Iinma fn.
Tuesday and on that day the women
m milium, unuer tne mrection of Airs.
ionn a. Larson v.ui begin the cam
paign for raising $800 or the Salva
tion army. If the business men will
leave some money at home, the women
in charge will not canvass the down
town district, as it is tho Tlnn r on.
liei otnlv in the residence nort nt tlm
city. Tuerday is the first day of the
campaign and half a dozen or more
Salvation army kettles will beplaced
inthe business districts for contribu
butions. Jlrs. Carson announces that as
yet, she has not secured a girls' quar
tette for singing in automobiles in dif
ferent parts of tho city tomorrow af
ternoon. Ihose who ere willing to tinirv
ia mis wav are asseu to te enhnnn
Two Salem boys haver been given
commissions as second lieutenants in
the cavalry, according t O tolecvrnms
received todav from Pt. TO T..
Morris E. Eace who eiSisted in the ser
vice m Arnl 1917 is one of the men
Civen a commission TTa t a .fn r,t
City Recorder Earl Race. He enlisted
in i no signal corps ana was nrst sent
A T. . .
w ii, ijtavenwonn ana men to it.
Oglethorpe, Georgia. Later being as
the officers training school at Ft.
signed to the cavalry he was sent to
Bliss. Texas. Thn nlhpr Snlnm n,nn tr.
be commissioned is Otto C Buffe Ho
is the son of Mrs. E. Buffe of this city
and a brother of Madam Buffn Ha on.
listed from San Francisco and is 29
Prof. P. a. Franklin of the Albany
College hes been secured by Willam
ette I'nivarsitv ne tho snioAccm,.
Prof. Joh-l O Hull. tooolin n i
mica and sociology. Prof. Franklin was
a student at the 4niversitv of Nehru.
ka and at the t'nivcrsitv of Wiscon
sin. He received his Ph. D. degree at
the University of Chicago. He has
tauirht at thn Snnthwustorn fnTtonn
Winfield, Kansas and at ihe College of
the Tacific at San Jose, Calif., For
the nast ten venra haa hwn mem
ber of the faculty of the Albany col
lege. Dr. Doney expressed himself as
highly oleosed in securing the services
of Dr. Franklin for Willametto University,
For Year Ending July first
Value Ur Ships Built Was
Figures compiled for the biennial
report of Labor Commissioner Hoff
show that 45 steel ships and 82 wooden
ships -nro now in the course 0f ' con
struction in Oregon shipyards. These
vessels have a total tonnage of 594,970 1
tons and an aezTeaate valim nf S4.
From July 1, 1916. to July 1, 1918
114 wooden shiDa and 28 stiwl aMno
were launened in tins state. Five ship
building plantsare now turning out
steel vessels in Oregon and 16 plants
are turning out woodwn ships, practic
ally all of them being under govern
rjliinbuildinor nlnnta tn Hi!- ofnlo
have in themselves a total value of $7,
1OO.004. exclusiva of CAnit.nl atnelr ao
cording to tb renort. In these nlnnta
mere nre o waVs and 10 ways are b'
mg constructed, while more than 12
other ways are in contemnlation.
Of the vessels now undvr construe-
tlou all of them nro on trnvnmntcni
I WANT TO BUY
Jour Junk and gi?e yon
a square business deal.
I always pay the highest
I WANT YOUR
SACKS AND BAGS ,
I bay all kinds of used
irocds, 2nd hand f urni
(lire, rubber and junk,
(let my prices before
IHE CAPITAL JUNX CO.
Ihe Square Deal House
im Chemeketa Street
contracts except eight steel ships,
which will have a total tonnage of 53,
800 and a total valuw of $6,309,320.
The total value of all vessels con
structed in tho state during the year
ending July 1, 1917, was $3,851,008,
while the total value of all vessels con
structed during tho year ending July
1, 1918, was $CO,7(i9,020, an increase
over the preceding yvar of 1478 per
cent. During thio two venr nerind 147
ships, with a total tonnage of 604,933,
Land area covered bv shinbuilrlim
plants at tho pivscnt time is 263 aeres.
uu juiy x, iiiia, tnere were 41,400
men employed in shinvam in flrnonn.
as compared with 4200 on July 1, 1916.
ml. . . . " . '
iuo average wage during tli-a first six
months of this year is civon nt 3.7n.
During this period tho shipbuilding
plants paid $14,588,536 in wages.
Light Says Baker
London. Sent. 16. Sccrofnr,, Balre
in an interview today declared that
tho Arherican casualties in the St. Mi
hiol salient were surprisingly small,
considering the scope of the operations.
Very few men were seriously injur
ed, he said. The majority of the wound
ed wore' onlv sliclit.lv h llrt anrt mill
Tho war secretary personally visited
American hospitals and declared that
the work of tho surgeons and nurses
Was Of tllO highest rffinionpir
All prisoners are treated woll 1,
said. He doscribed the American morale
DR. W. E. STANTON
Skin and ScalD Soedalist
Treats all enrotions arid
blemishes of skin and Renin.
Latest appliances for treat'
ing the feet. Satisfaction
518 U. S. Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
fMM I i
Yick So Tong
Chinese Medicine and Te C.
Has medicine which. wiU enre
ny known disease.
uptn Bundayt from 10 . f
unui o p. Tn.
153 South High Si
Ealem, Oregon. Phoa 181
Journal Want Ads Pay
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
OFTEN REQUIRE GLASSES WITHOUT KNOWING IT.
Have the children's eyes exam
ined before they start to school.
Bring them here for a careful ex
amination and learn for a certainty
whether their eye are in need of
Much suffering and harmful ef
fects are avoided by BEISU SSUBE
DR. A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
204-5 Bank of Commerce Bldg.