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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 191S;
Ladies Coats and Suits
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I ALWAYS DO BETTER
When They Buy Their Furnishings at a
J. C. Penney Store
II Because they get the Best of Merchandise at the Least Money. During These
. -WAR -TIMES.
While the Cost of Living is so high) You will find it to your interest to see us
For Your .
Suits, Overcoats, Mac-
SUITS . $14.75 TO $25.00
OVERCOATS $16.50. TO $22.50
MACKINAWS . $ 7.90 TO $ 9.90
DRESS SHIRTS $1.25 and $1.49
FLANNEL SHIRTS ; $2.25, $2.49, $3.25, $3.98
UNION SUITS , . $1.98, $2.49, $3.49, $4.50
TWO-PIECE UNDERWEAR .98c, $1.49, $1.98
"ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER"
: , Died
WANE At the Willamotte Sanatori
um, Wednesday, Octobef 9, 1918, Mrs.
Minnie Frances Wano, at the ago of
8be is survived by a husband, Bill
Wane, and two sons, Maynard and
Hugh Wane. The funeral will be held
Friday, the funeral procession leaving
the Iligdon chnpel atl o'clock in tho
afternoon for Silvorton where services
will be held at 2:30 o'clock.
Mrs. J. C. McLeod left yesterday over
the Oregon Eloctrle for Burlington,
Mrs, Karl Wood left yesterday fur
Bouth Tncmna, travelling over the Ore
Adjutant General Ttoobe of Portland
is In the pity conferring with state
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I 1529th Day of the War; 85th Day of Counter Offensive I
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From the North sea to Lens This
front continued devoid of major fight
ing. Prom Lens to LaFcre British,
Kronen and Americans are advancing
botween Lens and Moy, a front of near
ly 75 miles. A break through hus been
effected on a front of about 20 nillej
south of Cambrai, through which the
allies have advauced about eight milos
German forces totaling half a million
men are reported to be in retrent to
ward the Valenciennes line, 15 miles
to the eastward, but Haig announces
that enemy resistance is stiffening.
This jimy indicate either a large scale
rear guard action or the turning of a
seeming routo into a show of resist
ance. From LaFere to liheims Tho French
arc attacking along the Aisno canal on
We have some very good rallies In Boys
Long Pants Suit, size 14, 15, 18, 17 and
18. We will aave you Just about half.
Remember out O. N. T. Thread 800 yds.
still go at 60,
A very nice line 0f Silk Ribbons at less
than the old price.
A few boys Overcoats for less than half
IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRADE AT
......... THE ,
FARMER'S CASH STORE
Opposite, Court House on High Slreet
a front of about fifteen miles and have
won local successes. This attack is be
ing made- along the southward edge
of the salient below Laon.
From Ehoims to Verdun French and
Americans are hammering on the 80
mile front between Berry-Au-Bac north
wos';(l Kheimis and Beaumont north
of Verdun. Tho Americans have shat
tered the Kriemhildo line on a front
of nearly four miles between tho Ar
gonne and the Mens. The Gormans
havo thrown heavy reinforcements in
to the breach and a great battle is in
progress. Tho enemy is being squeezed
out of the Argonno pocket. The French
ro advancing along the western edge
of Argonne massif toward Vouziers
From Verdun to Switzerland This
front remains quiet.
Balkans The Italians, after occupy
ing lilbasan, are driving northward to
ward the Durazzo line in pursuit of
the Austrians. The French and Ser
bians are pushing northward toward
Nish and westward in an effort to
cut otr tlie Austrian retreat in Alban
ia. Asia Minor Latest reports 8how the
British advancing northward toward
Aleppo, which is the main gateway to
Constantinople from the south.
Kenneth Crossan 10 Of
Pneumonia At Hospital
A telegram was received last evening
at 8 o'clock by Mrs. Jessie M. Cros
san, 877 Oak street, Salem, that her
son, Kenneth C. Crossan, was ill of
pneumonia at a naval hospital in Vorts
mouth, Va, The telegram read: "Your
son Kenneth Carlton Crossan, ship's
cook, United States navy, is a patient
in this hospital with bronchitis pneu
monia. If ho grows worse or complica
tions set in, you will be pronmtlv no
tified." ' J
Fp to UU this afternoon, Mrs. Cros
san had received no additional -word
as to her sou's illness.
Young Crossan enlisted in the navy
last December as fireman and had made
seven irips 10 J-rance and back. In a
letter received by his mother yester
day he wrote of the voyages he had
taken and how he expected to make a
short visit in New York city, While in
Salem, he worked at both the Cross
and SteVsloff markets. Uo is 24 years
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Oct. 19. Last day of regis-
tcring for city election.
Oct. 23. Election of Directors sfj
Wilamette Chapter, Ked Cross.
Oct. 27 Sunday. At night,
turn Ihe time back one hour.
Nov. 5. Election day.
oeautifuL" Webb ft
"The best" la all yon can do when
death comes. Call Webb Clongh Co
Phone 120. tf.
Lady Maccabees attention. . Meeting
Dr. A. Mcculloch has returned from
a vacation spent at Newport and will
be in her office as usual. tf
Can your salmon now. Do not delay.
If' you do it will be too late. Quality
fine and price reasonable at Fitt's
Dr. Schenk has now returned from
his vacation and he extends a cordial
invitation to his patrons end friends
to visit his institution- tf
Wood Special For 10 days only be
ginning Oct. 8 we will sell 10 loads 16
inch mill wood at 2.50 per load,
prompt delivery. Spaulding Legging
Notice: We are ready to receive ci
der and vinegar apples at the following
prices: waar appes, souna rruit sua-
cn from trees, $10 per ton. Vinegar ap
ples, windfalls and down fruit, 8 per
ton. Sacks furnished. Gidicon Stolz Co.,
near comer Mill and Summer Sts. 10-13
All those owing Dr. Mendelsohn for
services please call and close your ac
counts as the doctor expects to leave
Raymond X Ferguson, one of the Folk
county boys who were inducted into the
service July 5, writes from Camp Eus
tis, Va., that ho is now wearing the
stripes of a corporal. He is in the ar
tillery branch of tho service and writes
that hp is well pleased with army lite.
He feels the soldier of the present day
has a great advantage ovvr those who
fought in other warg from the fact that
the fact that the men are backed by
the Red Cross. Y. M. C. A. and other
organizations. Mr. Ferguson is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Icjiguson of Eola
and grandson of the late Mr and Mrs.
James Sheridan, Oregon pioneers.
The speakers conference held today
in Portland of those who are to take
part in the publicity campaign for the
United War Fund Drive include the
Rev. R. N. Avison, W. II. Trindte, Wal
ter Winslow and Frank Davoy.
On the bulletin board at the postof-
fice, but safely lockod.jn, may be seen
results of failure to follow the advice
always iven by post officials and
that is, to place & return memorandum
on the upper left hand corner of the
envelope. Hore are a few of the latest
that are hold up for various reasons
and all with a chance of being sont to
the dead letter office in Washington:
Mr. John Kellcy, Woodman." This
was hold up on account of the incom
plete address and so was this ono:j
John G. Kalka, care O. L. Hite." A
letter addressed to "Miss Mildred Stev
ens" did not travel very far as there
was no city or state address. Moral :
Always place a return addross on the i
upper left hand corner of the envelope.
The boy Theodore Ross of Seattle who
was found in possession of a stolen car
day or two ago will be turned over to
Seattle autthoritics Dy Shentf .eod
ham. A wire was received today by the
sheriff to hold him until a Seattle of
Sergeant Russell Brooks writes from
Paris that he expects to be ordered to
Marseilles about October 12. He is now
in Paris for a special course of study in
the information department. He writes
that th tomb of Napoleon is covered
with sand bage to prevent injury from
bombs dropped from eirplaaes.
The entertainment committee of the
Elks' lodge promises a real show for
Elks this evening, following a brief re
gular sessipn. Chas. R. Archerd is
chairman of the committee. The pres
ent plans of the committee include
something worth while at alternate
meetingg of the lodge this winter.
Roderick J. Waters was on the West
gate that was sunk a few days ago. H
was a member of the gun crew. The
dispatches told of all the crew being
saved excepting six. As no word lias
been received from him, the father F L.
Waters, has telegraphed Senator Mc
Nary to get some definite information
Roderick Wators enlisted in the navy in
April of 1917. ' He was formerly one of
the carriers on the Capital Journal.
Red Cross workers who are interested
in the knitting department will be
glad to know that sweater yarns have
been received at headquarters in Salem
and that it will be given out Friday af
ternoon beginning at 1:30 oclock. Since
July 25, no Red Cross yarn has been
received here. Mrs. Russell Catl'in, who
is head of tho knitting department an
nounces that the quota for the auxil
iary, to be delivered by December, is
Dr. Mendelsohn will leave shortly,
if you have any trouble with your eyes
or your glasses see him at once.
Four travelers from the other side of
the world registered at the Bligh hotel
yesterday. They are Mr. and Mrs. E.
Lunnell and Mr. and Mr.s Hobert Har
vey of the island of Tasmania, Austra
lia. They are in the city today and
will leave this evening for San Fran
cisco. Tasmania is an island south of
the city of Melbourne, Anustralia, and
in the geographies of a generation ago
was known as Van Dieman's Land.
William Napziger, who hails from
Missouri and who first saw the Wil
lamette valley last spring became so
impressed with this country that he
made a purchase of a farm in Howell
prairio, part of the original Durbin
farm. For $23,000 he bought 160 acres
from Georgians Anna Durbin Walker,
paying $19,000 in cash. The deed re
quired $23 in revenue stamps This is
the second purchase made by Mr. Nap
ziger as he recently bought a tract near
the city for about $8,000. Jhe sales
were handled by W. H. .Grabenhorst &
The speakers who are to take part in
tho United War Fund Drive to begin
Nov. 11, are in Portland today receiv
ing preliminary instructions. Among
those attending the session are Walter
A. Denton, John H. Todd, W. I. Staley,
O B Gingrich, August Huckestein and
W M. Smith. The government recently
decided that with the exception of Lib
erty Loan campaigns, all others would
bo put on at the same time and the
drive to be known as the United Wat
Fund. This include, the Y. M. C. A.,
Y. W. C. A., Salvation Army, .Mnwiim
of Columbus, Jewish Welfare Board, Na
tional Library association and the Wal
Camp Community Sorvice. Out of the
$170, 000 ,000 to be raised" the Y. M. C.
A. will receive $100,000,000.
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" The best and biggest assort
ment in town at popular prices.
Buying all our coats and suits
direct from New York and Phil
adelphia factories saves you all
the middleman's profit.
Ladies Coats $14.50 to $42.50-
Ladies Suits $18.90 to $4i00
Children's Coats $2.98 to $11.50
Our Prices Always the Lowest.
Extra lot of fancy Concords for jelly making at
1 6 and 7 cents per pound
TOKAY and LADY FINGER GRAPES
ft Excellent Quality for Table Use, 2 pounds for 25c
Send us Your Order, Now.
Excellent quality, firm, ripe fruit, box $1.00 to $1.50
KING EATING APPLES
Per Box, $1.25 to $1.50
The finest table pears, box, $1.50
TAKE NO CHANCE
g Ask for Fisher's Blend Flour and get it Everybody
knows It s the BEST. The price is now, per sack $3.15
Roth Grocery Co.
Journal Want Ads Pay
In the case of A. L. Ford Warren
against Ed Moore and Eoy Redman, in
which it was alleged that dogs belonging
to the defendants killed about forty
sheep, tho jury late yesterday evening
brought in a verdict in favor of tho de
fendants. The parties live about seven
miles south of Salem.
T0 celebrate the liquidation of the
indebtedncss'of the First Congregational
church in Salem, members ond friends
will meet at the church Fridnv evening.
A program has been arranged to in
clude music and addresses, to be follow,
ed by a social hour. Refreshments will
be served by the ladies Social Circle
of tin church. A brief history of tho
church and memory sketches of former
pastors, including Rev. Stillman and
Rev. Woodcock will be given by mem
bers of the congregation. John Bayne
will deliver the greeting. The public is
When F. N. Woodry, the well known
auctioneer, is given the privilege of sel
ling a cake at auction, there is the as
surance that tho cake will come high.
His latest efforts for the Red Cross in
this line was the sale of a cake for
$11.50, which he auctioned off for Mrs.
E. P. Mills at a sale near Mrs. Lindvl's
near Fruitland. Mrs. Mills turned the
money over the the Morningside auxil
mry of the Red Cross. Mr Woodry
has received many thanks and earned
the good will of Red Cross workers for
what h lias done in their behalf.
At a meeting of the students of the
Willamette University yesterday Miss
aiary rarounagian was elected manaser
of the United War Fund Campaign. The
quota of the University is Blace.1 at
The resignation of Miss Ruth Paxson
and Miss Alma Ashby were accepted at
a recent meeting 0f the board of the
city public librnry. Miss Paxson was
school librarian and she has taken a
position with the Carnogie library
school at Pittsburg, Pa. Misg Ashby was
second assistant of the city library and
has not a9 yet announced her clans.
Miss Anna Gibson of the state library
was elected second assistant of th city
library. The position of school librar
ian hag not been filled.
No Scare And No Influenza
Is Latest Report for Salem
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While there has been no genuine
ease of Spanish influenza reported to
the offiee of Dr. 0. B. Miles, city
health officer, yet to be on the safe
side, a meeting will be held this even
ing at the Commercial club at 7:30
o'clock to discuss the situation and &,
arrange for quick action should the in
fluenza happen to visit the city. I
The committee that will have charge
of the situation include the following:
Henry W. Meyers, cnairman; Dr. O. B.
Miles, city health officer; Dr. A. B. '
Starbiiok of Dallas, Dr. C. W. Keene!
of Silverton and Dr. C. E. Cashatt, Dr.
Frank. Griffith, J. C. Perrv, John W.
Todd, .T. C. Nelson, A. A. Lee, Mrs;j
B. O. 6chueking of the home service;
section of the Red Cross, Miss Nell J
Hollenbeck and Miss Grace Taylor
'o cases have devejuped in the high
school building. But to bo on tho tfe
side, as soon as any student shows
signs of wauting to sneeze or has tho
appearance of having a cold.that stu
dent is sent liome at once. This plan
is being followed out in all the schools.
With the panicky feeling that
many have under the present conditions
reports of all kinds are being tele
phoned into tho office of the city
health officer as to this or that per
son who shows the least inclination to
have a cold.
Information coming to the health of
ficer from Washington, D.: C, is:
"There is no such thing as an effect
ive quarantine in the enso of pandemic
influenza, but precautionary measures
may and should bo taken."
Besides the suggestion that one
should tako tho usual precautions
against taking a cold or of keeping
one, there is a new one and thirt is
that tho mouth should bo well washed
wut each morning with warm salty
DR. W. E. STANTON
Skin and Scalp Specialist
Treats all eruptions and
blemishes of skin and scalp.
Latest appliances for treat
ing the feet. Satisfaction
518 U. S. Nat'l. Bank Bldg.
Phone 416 '
Portland Furniture Dealer wants
all kinds of second hund furniture,
stoves, gas ranges, ete. Best price
paid. Phone 851.
Hemstitching and Picot edge
We do this work in 'he beet
All work guaranteed.
! Singer Sewing Machine Co
337 Bute Street SftleUs
are of y
Chines Medicine and Te Oa.
Hat medicine which -will ear
any known disease.
Open Sundays from 10 a. n.
until 3 p. m.
1S3 South High Bt
Balem, Oregon. Phoa 181
I WANT TO BUY
Your Junk and give you
a square business deal.
I always pay the highest
I WANT YOUR
SACKS AND BAGS
I buy ajl kinds of used
goods, 2nd hand furni
ture, rubber and junk.
Get my Prices Before
you sell. '
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa Street