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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1918)
Thursday, October 24, 1918.
The Government requests that you
: personals :
In preparation for Christmas, and that your Chopping be confined to useful
articles. You will find us prepared with useful gifts, and will find them
priced the J. C. Penny Way, that is the lowest price possible.
Per Box of 3 lo 4
15c, 19c, 25c, 39c, 49c, 59c, and
LADIES' SILK UNDERWEAR
Silk Bloomers, $2.49
Silk Vests, $1.98
Silk Union Suits, $3.98 '
KCwONAS AND BATH ROBES
Serpentine Crepe Kimonas
$1.49, $1.98, $2.49, $2.98 and $3.98
$1.98, $2.49, $198 and $3.98"
Fine Beacon Bath Robes
$3.49, $3.98 and $4.98
Nice line of wash and silk waists that
Lawn And Voile Waists'
98c, $1.49, $1.98 Each
Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists
- $2.98, $4.98 and $5.90
In very neat. Colors and trimmings
25c, 35c, 49c and 79c
Satin and of Heatherbloom at
98 c, $1.69 and $1.98
Silk Petticoats at :
$3.98, $4.98 and $5.90
111)'-. (&S? &TKefflB
All Around Town
Oct. 27- Sunday. At night,
turn the time back one hour.
Not. S. Election day.
! funeral Beautiful "Wbb ft
Clongk Oo. tf
w-Uw tat". It all yon can do when
death, comet. Call Webb Clough Co
Phone 120. , . f.
A marriage license was Issued yes
terday to Frank M. Morloy, ago 3fl, a
farmer of Silverton, and Miss Mabel
Tomelia Anundson age 33 a nurse of Hil
vcrton. Dr. O. Hartley, dentist, Moore build
ing, 407 Court St. Painless filling and
extractin. Pyorrhea. tf
, , o
There la the least bit of silver lining
to tho cloud of the high cost of living.
15c Silk, lOOyard spool 1'. 10c
8c Silk, 60-yard spool 6c
Remember our 200 yard 0. N- T. Clark'a
special, only ... 6c
All Silk Ribbons, for about half -what
you pay at other stores. Large stock
to select from.
Don't pay 10c to 15c for Columbia
Mercerized Crochet Cotton, when you
can buy It from us for 8c
We have also a long pants suit to
close out at half-price. All first class
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
FARMER'S CASH STORE
Opposite Court Uouso on High Slroet
Butter has gone down two cents a
pound. The food administration per
mits credit houses to make six cents
a pound profit and when the wholesale
price drops two cents, the retail drops
along with it
. , . .0 .
Dr. Bchenk has new returned from
his vacation and he extends a cordial
invitation to bis patrons and friends
to visit his Institution. '' , tf
Mrs. W. V. Hawk, of Hoskiw, Ore
gon, is registered at the Bligh.
C. L. Kurd of the IT. S. navy in
KRAra At Aurora. Oregon Oct 2L
1918, to Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kraus.
I Died :
THOMPSON. At her residence 2460
Elm avenue, Wednesday Oct . 23, 1918,
Mrs. Goldie Thompson.
She is survived by a husband. Char
les Thompson. The funeral services will
be held Saturday afternoon at the
home. Burial will be in the City View
KAISER. At her home 1706 North
Fourth street. S&lom, Oct. 24, 1918,
Mrs. Dollie Kaiser in her 58th year.
Besides her husband, Gus Kaiser, she
is survived by a daughter Mrs. Ray
Perkins, her mother Mrs M. J. Cross,
a brother H. D. WatsonJ three sisters
Mrs. Florence Thompson, Mrs- Lhas.
Cochran of Falls City and Mrs. Maggie
Forbes of Mt. Vernon. Wash.
The funeral sorvices will be held
from the home Friday afternoon.
UNCLE SAM VALUES THE EYES OF EVERY 1
one of his men enough to re
qu're a searching examina
tion before he can enter the
ARE YOUR EYES OF
.''. Better have them examined
l? L CcCULLOCH, Optometrist,
201-5 Bank of Commerce Bldg.
Secretary la wanted Applications
for the position of secretary of Wil
lamette chapter, American Red Cross,
will be considered at this time by tho
executive board of the chaptor. This
position requires the. undivided atten
tion of a capaMo and experienced of
fice manager, handling a large corre
snondonco and considerable cash, be
sides innumerable detail matters relat
ing to Red Cross work; Applicants calll
at Red Cross headquarters in U. . .Na
tional bank building, or phone 1500.
- - : . ..... 40-24
The total value of taxable property
in Marion county is $7,610,580. accord
ing to the figures of the county equal
ization board. "This is a net gain of
$777,330 over the figures of one year
ago. The automobiles in Marion coun
ty are assessed at $679,950.
Use your telephone. Call 67 for fresh
roasted coffee, now crop tea, cocoa or
chocolate. Win. Gahlsdorf. 10-24
Word was received yesterday of the
death W Miss Ora E. Cavitt at Camp
kcwis Wednesday.Miss Cavitt was wide
ly known in Salem. She was graduated
from the Salem high school in 1913
and at once took up a course of train
ing as a nurse at the Willamette Sanatorium-
from which sho was graduated
in 1916. Miss Cavitt answered the call
for graduato nurses and went to Camp
Lewis October 1. Her death was due
to pneumonia brought on by an attack
Bert Yates, the man who attempted
to abduct his wife about 3 o'clock
one morning about threo months ago is
now minus one wife. In the circuit court
yesterday, Judge Bingham granted Mrs.
Yates an absolute divorce. After Yates
attempted to abduct his wife, she swore
out a 'warrant against him charging
i assault and attemiit to kill. After lan-
'guinhing iu the county jail for several
weens the charge was withdrawn on
tho condition that Yates jiccp away
from Silverton and Salem.
At a meeting of the Business Men's
League last evening it was shown that
700 of the rating cards have been
brought up to date and it was cstimat
ed that within a few weeks the entire
card systom would be perfected.
Six boys, all of the same family,
named Adams, ranging in years from
six to 17. were reported to" tho police
yesterday as making a lot of unneces
sary . noise in barn at 554 .North
Liberty street, disturbing a sick wom
an- An officer was called and gave
them some fatherly advice. On the po
lice blotter, tho report of the officer
reads; "Both parents of the boys went
to Portland today and they were having
one hell of a time. -
o ' ' "
Work is now progressing rapidly at
the Commercial Club bringing the loy
alty cards up to date in order that
they may be used by the solicitors for
the coming United war fund drive.
This work involves an immense amount
of labor a each citiien in the city is
(riven a separate card and on this card
there is placed figures showing the
amount given to each of the four lib
erty loan drives; the Salvation army
drives, Red Cross and Armenian cam
paign. The loyalty 'card is so named as
it shows at a glance whether a citizen
has been supporting the various pat
riotic, . drives of the past year or so.
As a sollitor, approaches a citizen for
a subscription to the coming Unitod War
Fund drive, he will have one of the
loyalty cards handy on which will "be
shown just exactly what that citizen
has done. .
Wanted Work In noma for one eld
erly lady, also one young woman. Phono
Home Service Red Cross, 332, during
o--r- , - ; '
Dr. O. Hartley, dentist, Moore build-
ins 407 Court St. Painless filling and
extraction, .pyorrnea. rnone w.
Mr. Rocco Falstico, wherever be lives
will not receive the letter mailed to
him at Salem. The writer gave the ad
dress as 595 3rd street, but that was
rather too indefinite as now-a-days it
is the custom to includo tho city and
state address. Mr. Jno Kelly has a let-
tor addressed to iwn at Wdodman.
That also was rather indefinite as no
state address was given Of course on
both letters there was no" return address
given in tho upper left hand corner.
The following young men are on the
list of the local exemption board to
be sent to Ft. Stevens. From th"o list
of six names, five will be chosen and
they will leave this evening: Fred Gil
bert, Shaw; Carl Temple Pope, Salem;
Daniel J. Kintz, Sublimity; Carl Rob
ert Peterson, Aumsvilo; Lloyd G. Gan
tenbein, Salem and Glenn A. Olds, Tillamook.
The dance at Turner, Saturday night
has been postponed on account of the
influenza epidemic. 10-25
Due to shortage of labor, beginning
November 1, Vick Bios, garago will
close at 7 p. in. and opon at 6 a. m.
This will do away wuh tho nignt buiii
and save several men for day work,
Which ig most essential, as all business
and commercial cars are usually tnru
with their day 'g work by that timo.
Things are improving at the State
Training school for boys. A few days
ago about 40 were down with the in
fluenza but yesterdav and today there
hasboen no new cases and many of
the old ones have about recovered from
the first attack. No deaths have oc
curred at the school and Superintendent
Gilbert says he now has everything
well under control. ,
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn returned to
day after spending a few days in Port
land and will be here until Friday
noon, when he will leave for Richard
son's Hot Springs, California. Dr.
Mendelsohn has sold out his office and
stock to Dr. Slaughter, who will occu
py his offices.
Three boys escaped from the state
reform school yesterday afternoon. They
I I p &rv I
THIS COLD CURE
THAT CAUSES' US TO SELL
MORE HATS THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN SALEM
jsSi Tbere's A Good And Suf ficent Reason
mSSC. ITS BECAUSE-
We buy in larger quantities
ki ; " and consequently have a much
UV ' ' more varied assortment froid
n i. i i. i4-;
wnicn you may uiaivc eeietuv".
, We have arranged for regular
; and frequent shipments. New
Hats are arriving almost every
; day, so you may be sure of ob
; taining the very latest approv
. . : ed styles.
AND THE PRICE-
On top of all this, the volume
; of our millinery trade enables
- us to sell at a low margin of
; profit. Our prices are AL
WAYS THE LOWEST.
LARGE STOCK NOW
For this fall's trade we have secured an unusually large stock hundreds of new
models-appropriate for every occasion- all of them the very last word in mil-
nery' Ladies Hats . . . . ... . . . ... $1.98 to $6.50
Children's Hats . . . v. . ... . . .'. ....... 98c to $2.98
OUR MILLINERY WORKROOMS
Our workrooms are presided over by expert milliners, who will trim our.hat to
your Individual fancy
Gale & Co.
Commercial and Court Sts. Salem
v "Formerly Chicago Store
were seen in the city last evening
but managed to elude the officers. For
a time the boys were investigating an
auto that had been left standing m
the alley near D. A. White & Sons but
when the officers approached, the boys
Thttmerh the ironerositv of the U. S.
National bank, Red Cross headquarters
for Willamette chapter will remain in
the U S. National bank building. A
few days ago it was found that cer
tain tenants in the building wished to
Anlnrcn their head- office and this
would require the rooms used by the
. . . . . i . .1...
Bod Cross- At Iirst it was inougnt mat
headquarters woum oe esraonsnca cise
1 thnt it -would be necessary
to pay for suitable rooms. The bank
again eaiffb to the rescue and offered
room 204 on the second tloor or tne
building for office use and rooms 316
and 317 on the third floor as the sup
ply, packing and merchandise Tooms.
Since Willamette chapter organized, the
it s Katinnal hiink has been eivintf
free rent and this included heat, lights
and janitor service. This gift contin
ues, only in different rooms.
' DOCTOR IS VICTIM. '
nolflnnil Oil.. 'Oct. 24 Dr. A.- F.
Kelly, for ma'ny years head of the
board of education of Oakland, died to
ir frnm influenza after a brief ill
ness. He was stricken while treating
SaN FRANCISCO DEATHS.
DR. W.L STANTON
Dermatologist and Foot Specialist.
Specializes in removing superflous
hair from face ,neck and arms. Facial
work for removal of blemishes.
Also the latest appliances for treat
ment of the feet. " '
Try' Stanton's face cream, massage
cream and freckle lotion the best that
money can buy.
DR. W.L STANTON
518 United State, Bank Building.
LAWSOK IS INJURED.
Marlborough, Mass., Oct- 24.
Thomas W. Lawsoh of Boston is in the
Marlborough hospital today suffering
from broke nribs and other injuries
received when his limousine turned tur
tle in Northborongh. Lawson was re
ported tg be resting comfortably today.
WANTED. - '
Portland Furniture Dealer wants
all kinds of second hund furniture,
stoves, gag ranges, etc. Best price
paid. Phone 951.
; c.n iv.n;in Hot. 24. Nine hund
red sixty four now cases of influenza
were repwted to the health board to
day, with 34 deaths from the same
PORTLAND MAN DIES.
Ottawa, Ont., Oct.' 24. The following
American appears in today's Canadian
I casualty list:
Died K. .Hazel. .Portland, vregon,
CARDINAL WILL REMAIN. .
Home, Oct. 24. Transfer of Cardin
11 in tf York hag been ad
judged inadvisable owing to the impor
tance of tho Boston archbishopric, ac
cording to the most renaoic lniormauon
Tho innilidatea for archbishop of
New York have now narrowed down to
Archbishop Hanna- of San Francisco
and Archbishop Glcnnon of Bt. Louis.
INFLUENZA IN CALIFORNIA.
Sacramento. CsL Oct. 24 influenza
cases in the state total "50,135 this
morning. Thia is an increase of 4,441
over Wednesday night.
Journal Want Ads Pay
'Tape's Cold Compound" Ends
, Colds And Gnppe In A
Take "iPape's Cold Compound" ev
ery two hours until you have taken
three doses, then all grippe misery goes
and your cold will be broken. It prompt
ly opens your clogged-up nostrils and
air passages of tho head; stops nasty
discharge or nose running; relieves ho
headache, dullness, feverishness, sore
throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit Wowing
and snuffling. Ease your throbbing
head nothing else in the world gives
such prompt relief as "Pane's Cold
Compound, which costs only a few
cants at any drug store. It acts with
out assistance, tastes nice, and causes immiTlf irjlUT mO D1V
no inconvenience. Accept no substitute JyyluiAL Willi 1 Aifj Inl
I WANT TO BUY
Your Junk and give you
a square business deal.
I always pay the highest
V I WANT YOUR
I SACKS AND BAGS
1 buy all Kinos 01 used
goods, 2nd hand furni
ture, rubber and junk.
Get my Prices Before
you sell. :
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
' Phone 398 "
The Square Deal House
271 Cheraeketa Street
t HEMSTITCHING J
Hemstitching and Picot edge
We do this work in 'lie kert
All work guaranteed.
Singer Sewing Machine Co
337 State Street Saleu
t WANTED, JIM 5
And All Bands of 2nd Ha4
riS Starke Price Special
Prices paid for Back. 4
Qee oar prices beore yon sell.
TUB PEOPLE'S JUKE ft 2ND 4
SAND STOEE . 4
rn . Oom'l Si. Paoae 7M 4
I your beans ?
; : We are now running our
bean cleaner and if your f
; : beans are going to need I
cleaning bring them in I
at once whether you
sell now or not and have
them cleaned. We can
not keep our bean clean
er running all the time
so better clean them
now. " , . ' .
D. A. WHITE & SONS
t 251 State St. Phone 160
are of - '
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T mecucina wniea will - tare T
I aay knows disease. . I
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t '-'v" Buuuaji irom iv a. m.
I an til 3 p. a.
153 South High St
Salem, Oregon. Phoaa 181