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MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1918.
and BATH SETS
We have these useful articles for you yet at old time low prices, which you will
be sure t6 appreciate:
FACE TOWELS 12c, 15c, 18c and 25c each
WHITE BATH TOWELS 12 l-2c, 20c and 25c each
1 FANCY BATH TOWELS 25c, 35c, 49c, 59c and 69c each
WASH CLOTHS . ... . 5c each
BATH SETS which make exceptionally GOOD USEFUL GIFTS.' - There are
3, 4, and 5-piece sets in nice boxes at 98c, $1.25, $1.69, and $1.98 Set
EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN AT
PRICES THAT APPEAL TO ALL.
? PERSONALS I
C. T. Ponieroy was called to Portland
Saturday evening, by the illueg "of his
mite. . ; . I
tl. T. Albert of Eugene was in the city
mr Sunday visiting relative.
Mian Edna Purdy returned today from
biMinomi trip to Orenee and Portland.
Mrs. W. V. Johnson loft this morning
ver the Oregon Electrio for Elroy, Wis.
v Robert Newton of Astoria wa regis
tered yestoruay at the Bligh. , '
. O.Ji. Shaw of Yakima was in the cl.y
yesterday, t ,
C; M. Roberts, the court street groc
er, who had been confined to his room
the past week with an attack of .'he
influenza, ig convalescent.
Bay Hawthorne is down from tho
Jiaval Training Btation at BeatJe on a
ten' day furlough.
,RMph- Watson of Portland, was a Sa
lem visitor for the week-end.
George' P. Pox, formerly with C. S.
Hamilton, is in the city for a short visit.
He is now in Portland with tho Edwards
BKAN, At his home In Portland, Sat
urday, Oct. 19, 1918, Roy Bonn;, at tho
age of 88 years, Dea.fi was due to
iiimuiuoiua, brought on by au attack
of influenza. ""
Besides his' wifo, ho is survived by
two WHterj in Salem, Mrs. U. G. Boye'r
aud Mrs. H. II. Kloopping, and two
brothers, Dr. 0. W. BeHn of thi, city
sum ranK Bean or Los Angolcs.
Tho funoral services were held today
t aeh Rigdon chapel and burial will bo
in tlus City View cemetery.
JOHNHON. In .(he city, Oct. 20. 191S,
Mrs. eBatricc JohUBon, wifo of H.
Johnson. Th0 tody was fnrwarcwd to
Port land by Webb & dough wnere
funeral services win bo held.
TAW. To Mr. and Mrs. Gus. A. Taw,
.i at the Good Bamaritau Hospital in
Portland, Oct. 15, 1818, a laugh.r.
Mr. Taw was formerly with the Capi
Ital Drugstore in Salem . and ig now
located in Portland. ' : ' ' .
A3 Pacific Coast
i-y . States Raise Quotas
San Francisco, Oct. 21. Although it
t c-rtain;that sU Pacific Toast states
fcave gone over the top in fourth lib
erty loan campaign, total subscriptions
fer the Twelfth federal reerve district
win not be announced at headquarters
fcr, Campaign Manager Weews stated
Weeks said he received orders from
Washington to this effect.
The only counties in the entire
Twelfth district about which a doubt
cxUtcd today were San Francisco and
Solano la California. No new total for
Kan Francisco was available at noon
today and on the face of figures an
ouncod the city was nearly $10,000,000
fceliind its quota of $108,000,000. .
The Twelfth district, comprising
even Pacific coart states and Alaska
and Hawaii, will go several million
4ullarg beyond its quota of $402,000,000
it was estimated. r -
lTollister, Cal., Oct. 'tl. An emer
gency call, for physicians and nuraw
was received today from New Ibria, in
ike southern part of San Benito county,
b'eventy five cases of influenza have
SALEM RAISES QUOTA
. rOR LIBERTY LOAN
Honor Of Capital City Saved
By eleventh Hour Rush
Of Bond Buyers.
By means of an' eleventh hour rush
and tho banks remaining opon Satur
day, evening, Halom finally succeeded
in raising' its quota for the fourth lib
erty loan and with Salem going over,
Marion county is now recorded as one
of the counties of the state that suc
ceeded in raising its quota. .
The exact quota for Salem was $967,
328 and Saturday evening with all fig
ures in, tho total subscribed figured up
something over $967,400.
That the city should subscribe such
an amount ig something to be proud
of, is the opinion of those familiar
with financial conditions in the ciy.
The quota is especially large as each
city is rated on its bank deposit and
with Salem; this brings the quota up to
an excussive figure as the banks have
on deposit considerable state money, as
woll as heavy 1 deposit from Polk
The executive committee in charge
of the baa has issued a statpment
thanking the people of Salem for their
loyalty in subscribing and also com
mending the workers who gave ' so
njih of their time in soliciting tno-
Tho statement also gnya that ' the
banks in addition to purchasing their
share of tho bonds, lave bought a suf
ficient quantity to-supply those who
could not buy during the campaign.
One of the great difficulties solicit
ors experienced with this, fourth loan
was the fmit that prune conditions are
extremely unsettled and that on ac
count of the government holding up
shipment, growers everywhere iav
not been able to realize on their crops
and did not have the money to sub
scribe. Another difficulty in securiug
large plodgos was the depressing hop
The quotas and tho subscriptions in
towns of the county outsido of Salem
Stay ton ....
St. Paul ....
Mill City ..
' " " 5 : 333,820 " 58G.950
Full returns not received from Aurora
developed among the S00 employe of
a nuirk silver mine there, it was re
ported.' The product ' of the mine is
badly needed by the goveri
(manufacture of fulminate.
vernuient in the
Hot Air Resolution
' Washington, Oct. 21. Senator
Polndexter, Washington, today
' introduced a resolution making
it unlawful for any official of ,
the government to answer any
German peace note, or hold any
communication with Germany on
tho subject of peace until the
Germans shall have surrendered
o the allies.
The municipal council of Bordeaux
France, has voted a subscription of
$20,000 toward a fund raised to erect
a memorial in honor of America at the
mouth of the Garonne river. '
London, Oct. 21. British troops are
approaching St. Amand, ..eight ..miles
northwest of Valenciennes, Field Mar
shal Haig reported today. Contact with
the enemy is being maintained. The
British also are Bearing the line of
the Bcheldt north of Tournai.
London, Oct. 21. King Albert of the
Belgians has arrived in Bruges accord
ing to a dispatch from the Siuis, Hol
land, today. American and British col
onial troops with heavy artillery have
been observed in that neighborhood, it
London, Oct. 21. Continued pro
gress in the re -conquering of loot Bal
kan territory was reported by the Ser
bian war office, in its Sunday commun
ique, received here today. The towns
of Zayetchai and Trstenlk have been
entered, Bolyevats was captured.
Court House News
In the case of Elizabeth B. Hcise
against B. J. Caldbeck andothers Sher
iff Neodham roportod the Vale of land
involved, boing lot 46 of Smith Fruit I
Parme No. 2, The price was $1558.58
witn interest tor two years, smou.uu at
torney'e foes and added costs of $43.25-
Lucinda Bandall, administratrix of
the estate of B. T. Bandall filed her
semi annual report in which he show
ed receipt of $3562.57 and .disburse
ments of $1934.10. In the disbursements
wore included $500 paid to Luciuda
Randall and an additional $500 paid
her for a trip to Florida to look after
Mrs. Ada Shaw Emmett was appoint
ed administratrix of tho estate of Mar
ilia A. Shaw who died April 10, 1909.
In 'the case of James - W, Clark
against h. li. Kelly tried at the recent
lorm of the circuit court, the plaintiff
files notice of a motion for a new
trial on the ground that the verdict was
not supported by the evidence and also
on tho misconduct of the jury in which
they wholly disregarded instructions
and did arbitrarily render a verdict
for the plaintiff for $25, said sum be
ing absurdly unreasonable if he was
entitled to any verdict at all. This is
the eaie wherein Clark sued Kelly for
$43100 wages in a . saw mill deal. -
State House Notes
The Oregon Realty Exchange Invest
ment company, of which Will E. Purdy
is president, has filed supplementary
articles of incorporation changing its
home offices from Eugene to Salem
Tho company has a branch office in Eu
geno and in Portland.
Articles of IncorporaBon were filed
Saturday by tho Brown-MoPn.ee Lumber
company of Portland, which ha a cap
itl stock of $20,000. . Th9 incorporators
are Theodore B. Brown, Horation k
Brown and Charles E, McCulloch.
Offices of the Burners, Welderg and
Helpers Union also filed articles of In
corporation for that organisation, which
has i.'g headquarters in Portland. The
incorporators arc E. B. Kelley president,
W. E. Bueswell treasurer, and F. E. Ho
COMG EVENTS .
Oct. 23. Election of Directors $
Willamette Chapter, Bed Cross.
Oct. 27 Sunday. At "night,
turn the time back on. hour.
Nov. 5. Election day.
"The funeral Beautiful. " Webb g
Cloogh Co. tf
"The best" Is all you can do when
death comes. Call Webb dough Co
o ! . .'
A telegram was received this after
noon from Camp Lewis that E. E. Bakei
who is ill of pneumonia, is. slightly im
proved, although his condition ig re
garded as very serious.
o Dr. C. Hartley, dentist, Moore build
ing, 407 Court St. Painless filling and
extractin. Pyorrhea. ; tf
Dr. Bchenk has now returned from
his vacation and he extends a cordial
invitation to bis patrons and friends
to visit his institution. tf
Col. A. T. Woolpett announces today
that no drillg will be held in the armory
this week by the Oregon guard. This
order hag nothing whatever to do with
the Oregon National Guard.
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 Logging
No more sugar permits for canning
purposes will be issued by the local food
administration. While the county food
administration had received no word of
such an order, with Mr. W..K, Newell of
the staje food administration office
saying that no more permits would be
issued, it is probable that within a day
or two the order will reach C. M. Lock
wood, county food administrator. r
To My Dear Friends. With all my
heart I thank you one and all, for your
tender expressions of , lo,ve and sym
pathy, the beautiful flowers, and your
loyalty to me in the sad, hour of my
ereat bereavement, without voui, my
desolation would indeed,' be complete,
God bless you all. Mrs. Perry A. Ship
' o "'
Fourth liberty bonds can still be ob
tained of the Capital National bank. If
you were missed in the drive, or wish
to increase your subscription, you can
obtain the bonds on tho full paid or
partial payment terms. 1U.ZJ
: 0 '
Chairman W. L Staley and Associate
Director W.M. Smith for the United
War Fund Campaign of Marion County
arg busily engaged organizing the cities
and smaller towns outside of .lie city
of Salom. Saturday they visited the
cities of Turner, Aumsville, Macleay,
Stayton, Sublimity and Shaw. At all
places they report having been hospi
jon mem to bo that the United War
Fund campaign in Mariog County will
go over with an unprecedented success.
Tho quota for Marion County is $42,000
a proportionate share, of which ig being
assigned ,V each community as these of
ficials visit them. - ;v '
Attention W. 0.W. .All members
Woodmen of the World are requested
to attend the funeral services of Aloxis
B. Nolson at Webb and dough's chap
el, 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
Fourth liberty bonds can still be ob
tained of tho Capital National bank. If
you were missed m tho drive, or wish
to increase your subscription, you can
obtain the bonds on tho full rlhid or
partial payment terms. 1 10.23
Word was received today of the death
of Noblo Morris Matlock in Portland, at
.0io ago of 27 years. He is the Bon of
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Matlock of this city
He is survived by a wifo and two child
Dr. James W. Goode of Washington
is visiting wfth his parents, the Rev.
and Mrs. D. G. Goode. Ho has been
traveling with the Libert loan special
Vophy train through Washington. Af
ter a short visit in Portland ho will re
turn to Seattle to assist in tho United
War Fund campaign. .
The funeral services for Alexis B.
Nelson, who' died at Florence on ho
the 17th from an attack of double pneu
monia, will bft held Tuesday afternoon
at 2 o'clock from tho chauel of Webb &
Clongh. The services will be conducted
by the Rov. Geo. F. Holt and burial will
be, in the City Viow cemjory.
Mrs. F. T. Porter received a telegram
thi, morning from her husband that h
bad arrived in New York city and in
good heallh. Tho wire also, gave tho
information thaft he wag ten days com
ing across and that he had no definite
plans as to his work.
Tho Sixth Junior Bainbow Regiment
is now to lie organized among tho boys
and girls 0f the stao who sell $30 worth
of war savings stamps, according to an
announcement made by J. A. Churchill,
superintendent of public instruction.
Five regimentg were completed before
the public sehoulg closed last spring
Each regiment had 1,000 members. Each
one who is enrolled in the regiment will
receive a certificate of his enrouiu. wf , a
souvenir rooster of the regiment, and an
achievement pin. .
CoL A. T. Woolpert reports that the
sixteen men from Salem who attended
military school fonr days of last week
in Portland pujin a strennoug time jn
receiving instructions in drills in open
order, field work and bomb throwing
and in tactical instructions. Major J.
Francis Drake wa9 the instructor. Col.
Woolperi said that hree new regiments
would be organized in Oregon and that
plans were already under way. Nothing
new developed as to the Federatlization
o ftho Oregon National Guard company
M of Salem. . . .
"Happy" Gordon, an escaped convict
was cap lured in southern California, ac
cording to a report received Saturday.
Tho boyi at the pen will welcome
"Happy", as he wag the director of
two or thrce of their annual minstrel
shows and a good man at the job. Once
beforo Happy" managed to escape
and wag joyously welcomed back as ,jie
boys needed his assistance in putting
on the annual penitentiary minstrels.
In removing a gopher gun from an
automobile yesterday afternoon near
Chemawa, Eussell Pratt, age 14, acci
dentally shot himself in the face, shat
toring his left cheek bone. The thumb
of his left hand was also partially
Blown otf. He was taken to the Wii
lamette sanatorium and given medic
al attention. Ho is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Pratt and a grandson of
Air. and Mrs. E. S. Lipp of the Chema
wa district. x .
There is one convict in the Oregon
state penitentiary that has had exper
ience enough to make him feel the
Salvation army is doing fine work, -lie
showed his appreciation by sending $10
to the salvation army war fund thru
Warden Murphy, Th cheek was re
ceived. today at the Commercial club
and was duly forwarded by manager
rrank H. Chapman to the . state head
Plan To EstertainSAT.C.
Boys In Homes Of Salem
' ' A call has gone out to the people
of Salem to open their homes to the
young men who are attending Willam-
Students Army Training Corps. Many
of the boys are away from home for
the first time and it is thought they
would appreciate being invited out oc
A tomporary organization of theia-
lem unit of the National War Mother'
Association was effected Saturday
with the election of Mrs. John Carson as
chairman, Mrs. F. F. Stewart, assist
ant chairman, Mrs. Charles S. Weller,
secretary and Mrs. J. E. Matthews,
This organization will at onoe devote
its efforts to' the furnishing of the
uppor rooms of the Science hall of Wil
lamette University as an amusement
place for the boys in the : barrack
Right now the great need is furnishings
such as a carpet, loan of a piano and
Victrola, chairs and such as would be
found in any Y. M. C. A. hut.
One of tho plans of making life
pleasant for the boys is to give them
entertainments. For' those who dance,
there will be one evening a week at
one of the halls down town. For those
who do not dance, other "entertainment
will be provided. The ladies in charge
of the entertaining state that no dan
ces will be given at the barracks or on
any Univorsity property.
Those who are willing to help are
asked to' telephone Mrs, Carson at 95.
Prune Packers Are Feeling
A Bit More Cheerful Today
Everything is quiet in the prune
shipping industry in Salem. There
seems to be orders of all kinds sent to
the quartermaster's department in
Portland but no positive shipping in
structions have as yet ben received, al
though they aro expected withirf a few
days. Orders may be given to ship a
certain quantity to the allies, but these
cannot be forwarded until positive
shipping instructions are received and
this is what is holding up matters here
W. B. Ayer, state food administrator
hoped to get permission of the govern
ment to store prunes for the allies in
Portland, as the warehouse had been
provided, but so far, although there
has bcon promises from tho govern
ment officials that prunes could be
stored in Portland, no order has as
yet been received. . '
Hence there is nothing doing today
in the way of shipping the order to
England, although it is thought with
in a day or so positive shipping in
structional will be received. Anyhow,
tho packers feel a trifle more cheer
ful. CHAMPION BOND BUYERS.
New, Vork, Oct. 21. Palisades
Rockland county, New York, a
villago with a population of
about 300, claims the champion
ship of the United State for
liberty loan subscriptions. It
was assigned a quota of $10,6o0
and subscribed more than $239,
'. Clineee Medicine and Tea. C.
' Ha medicine whioh vtU swra
! any knows disease.
Op Sundaya trou 10 a. a.
; antu S a, n.
153 Bouta High St.
; Baleas, Oregon. Pfioaa 181
Winter needs here
Heavy Work Sox ................. 15c Pan
Heavy Ribbed Shirts and Drawers garment. 95c
Heavy Ribbed Usion Suits $1.75 and $1.98 Suit
Khaki Pants . . . I . . . . .$1.50 and $1.98 Pair
Extra Quafity Felt Hats . . . . . . J. . .$1.98 Each
Mackinaw Coats . . . . . .$6.95 to $10.50 Each
Shoes for work or dress the best values in town
$2.98 to $5.00 Pah
Work Shirts ......... . . .98c lo $1.39 Each
Shirts....... ..J. ..98c to $1.75
Our Prices Always the Lowest
Fresh Dairy Gows i !
On the Clarence S. Bowne Farm, 2 Miles South of
, Aumsville, Oregon. ,
1 00 Head Jerseys
40 cows fresh and coming fresh; 60 head choice young stock; S choice
IS registered Jersey bulls; 3 registered Poland China Boars; 18 head
pure ore a jfoiana inma nogs ana pigs, aiso a lew Deer catiio- ids com
bined herds of J. B. Bowne and Clarence 8. Bowne, whose achievements
have proven their value as high producers of milk and buttcrfat,, They
are bred along the same lines and every one persistent milkers. Prac
tically all of the cows were sired by Hazel Fern Tormentor 80178, whose
daughters have been uniformly high producers. Herd average for pro
duction under official test approximately $-140.00 per year. Cows in
herd that have given 1450 pounds milk per month. Entire herd average
test over 5 per cent. The herd is free from disease. No contagious ab
ortion. Herds tuberculin tested. No old cows in herd. Not an animal but
what is a PROFITABLE PKODTJCEB. -
TERMS OF BALE One year's
II TIME Sale will start at "10 ft. m.
jciuic iiUttujo. served ui noon.
J. B. BOWNE, and CLARENCE S. BOWNE. Owners.
IE. A. RHOTEN,
London, Oct. 21. The Irish Dundalk
was torpedoed today in the Irish sea, it
was announced by the admiralty this
Thirteen of the "crew of thirty have
been landed. "
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 all kinds of used
goods, 2nd hand furni
ture, rubber and junk.
Get my Prices Before
you sell. ' 1
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa Street
J WANTED, JUNX 5
And All Kinds of 2nd Baa 4
Fell Market PricesSpecial 4
Price paid for Sack. 4
Got ou prices beore yoa sen. 4
THB PEOPLE'S JTTNK ft 8NB 4
- HAND 8TO&B 4
171 K. Oon'l St Phona 734 4
Oct. 23, 1918
time will be given on bankable notes If
October 23, 1918. .
COL A I STEVENSON;
WHEN IN SALEM, OREGON
"A Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern $1 per Day
100 Rooms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel in Business District
DR. W. E. STANTON y
Dermatologist and Foot Specialist. ,
Specializes in removing superflous
hair from face ,neck and arms. Facial
work for removal of blemishes.
Also the latest appliances for1 treat. '
mcnt of the feet. "
Try Stanton's face cream, massao
cream, and freckle lotion tho best that
monuy can huy.
Lady Assistant 1
1 DR. W.E STANTON
. Licensed Dermatologist,
518 United States Bank Building.
Portland Furniture Dealer wants
all kinds of second bund furniture,
stoves, gag ranges, e.C Best price
paid. Phone 95L
, .... .
Hemstitching and Picot edge
We do this work ia Ae lest
- All work guaranteed.
t Singer Sewing Machine Co
337 State Street Baleu
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