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- BALEM, OBEGOU
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1918.
We Always Lead
Because in buying for our 197 stores we are enabled to buy at unusually low
prices, other contributing reasons for under selling is SELLING FOR CASH,
NOT DELIVERING, GIVING THE BEST OF COURTEOUS SERVICE and
the BEST OF SHOE VALUES.
NOTE THE FOLLOWING WOMEN'S STYLES
One Of The New Ones
Black Kid Vamp, Grey Cloth Top,
Military Heel, plain . pointed toe,
A Common Sense Comfortable Shoe
Which at the same time is neat in
appearance and good for wear. Has
black kid vamp, grey cloth top, Good
year welt sole, rubber heel imitation
tip, lace $5.50
One Of The Best
Tan Russian calf vamp, Nubuck top,
"Wing Tip, French or military
LOOK AT THESO .'
Field mouse grey kid vamp, khaki
cloth top, imitation tip, pointed toe,
rubber military heel, welt sole. We
have another, the same as above, but
with plain toe and French heel . . $4.98
YOU WILL FIND THAT WE WILL ALSO SAVE YOU MONEY ON MEN'S
AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
: PERSONALS ;
Mr. and Mrs. John Savage returned
to their home ia Portland yesterday.
Mrs. Savage has been visiting ber
brother, Lester B. Davis.
T. I. Wilkinson of 6t Paul, Minn,
has located in tlem and will handle
outside farm lands. Mr. Wilkinson was
formerly manager of the Wilkinson
Land Co. of White Bear, Minn.
Joseph H. Baker was failed to Ta
eoma yesterday by the death of his
Capt. A. A. Hall, now stationed at
Portland, was in the city over Sunday
Mrs. W. G. Prunk las returned from
a month's vacation at Ntwport where
sne visited her daughter, Mrs, H. Jt
Saxton. W. O. Prunk and Mrs. W. H
Prun-k also returned after a ten day
visit at Newport.
Court Rouse Notes
j All Around Town
Nov. 8. Eleetioa day.
Nov. 11 18-S-Unitcd War fund
drive. Marion - eounty quota
Ia all yon eaa do when
Call Webb ft Cloogh Co.
While Inspecting Ms farm at EUen
dalo, Polk county, yesterday, Reuben P.
Bo we foil and sustained a fractured
leg at the ankle. The Injury is not re
i O "I
Dr. Bchenk baa now returned from
all vae&tion and he extendi a cordial
Invitation to his patron and friends
to visit hit Institution. tf
Vote foe Percy M. Varney, candidate
for city inarshnll. s tf
By the latter part of this week the
local exemption board hopes to have
mailed to all registrant their question
naires. In the rooms on the second
floor of tho court house, in Judgo
Biwhey'i court room the special legal
advisory board will hold Its daily see-
sion. or Tuesday thoso in charge will
bo Prank Davey, captain; D. W. Miles,
M. E. Pogue, Koy P. Shields, Sam
wiuurusun, v. ai. riunpton and U if,
Highest cash price paid for fresh
eggs, Midget Market. ' ,e , U
Due to shortage of labor, beginning
November 1, Yick Bros, garage will
close at 7 p. m. and open at 0 a. m.
This will do away with the night shift
and save several men for day work,
which is most essential, as all business
and commercial cars are usually thru
with their day 'a work by that time.
The funeral gerriceg of W. Al Jones,
who died last Saturday were held this
aftornoon at tho home of T. B. Jones
on North Commercial street. The ser
vices at the house and cemetery were
under the auspices of Salem lodge No.
B. P. O. Ji., of Saleui of which Mr,
Jones had been a member. Tho Kcv. G.
L, Lovell of the United Evangelical
Dr. 0. Hartley, dentist, Moore build
ing, 407 Court St. Painless filling and
extracting. Pyorrhea. Phone 114. tf
Vote 65 X O. E. Cnruh for Justice
of the peace. (Paid adv. 11-4
cnurcn assisted with the sorv ce. Th'
active , w,. rT(.. w ni7ri nen oi eaiem. jvir. juarpie met
Dr. H. 11 niinr h.;, w.r ' 7m Portland last Saturday the packer.
tn m v.,..,. ir' t t.... " t, growers of the northwest in a go
&. ji'.nn, iiun.ui jiuuiu mm no- i
was ia the
meo Ooutct. Burial
G. E. Unruh for Justice of the peace.
(Paid adv.) 11-3
Vote 55 X O. E. Unruh for Justice
of the peace. (Paid adv. 11-4
If you do not know T. A. Binehart,
candidate for justice of the .peace,
make inquiry before you vote. Vote
No. X 54. (Paid adv)
Change of schedule, effective Not. 1
Salem-Stnyton stage leaves Salem 12
arrives Kingston 1:45 p. m., connects
with cast bound train for Mill City,
Detroit, etc.. 11-8
Clifford Leroy Vestal was sent Sat
urday to Ft. Stevens by the local ex
emption board on special orders from
ttie office of the provost general at
Washington. Ho will go into the artll
J. S. MarpLj, a representative of the
British army canteen and British min
istry of shipping, was a guest at the
Marion hotel last evening of the prune
discussion of the prune situation in
refcronco especially to shipping instruc
tions. Those present at he dinner with
Mr. Marple were W. P. llrager, H. B".
Reynolds, W. T. Jenks, Robert C. Paul
us, W. O. Allen, V. 8. Walton and L.
K. Lo Purgy. Mr. Xe Furgy is one of
the inspectors for the British army
METER At tho Salem- hospital Nov
3, 1918, William Meyer at the age of
He is survived by three daughters
Miss Margaret Mover of Salem, Mrs.
May Walker of Albany and Mrs. D. P.
Wright of Portland. Also by two sons
. it. -Meyer and S. H. Meyer, both of
The body was forwarded this even
ing by Webb & Clough to Albany
wnere runerai services will be aeld
Tuesday afternoon. Burial will be in
the Albany Biverview cemetery.
W7iltiam Meyer enlisted in the Illi
nois 49th infantry, Co. B, in 1861 at
the beginnine of the Civil war. He was
tnaen prisoner in iNovcmber of 1862 at
Henderson Station, Tennessee, and
sent to Camp Chase, where he was pa
roled and later exchanged. He then en
listed in the 1st U. S. cavalry and
served for three years. He was given
his honorable discharge Nov. 12, 1864
ai inarieston, Virginia.
The Marlon county republican cen
tral eoniniirteo has sent out noticos that
uio nomination or Bam u. Jones as o
we regular xopuoiican nominee for) a marriage license was Issued Sat
H.uto senator has been filed with the nrday to Balph Gesner, 24, a fireman
secretary of etato ad that having ac- an,i tianie Binegar, age 22. They were
cepted, he is the regular republican married Saturday.
nominee. After .the death of W. Al o -
Jones was announced Saturday morn- jn0 money orders will be accepted for
me present for f inland i'ostmaster
Now la the time to place your orders
for rosebushes, shrubbery, fruit, walnut
and ornamental trees for immediate
planting, with the Capital City Nur
sery Co., 1030 Chcm. St. Phone 75. 11-31
' - o
Dan W. Tarpley, formerly of Salem
but who as now in Prance with the en
gineers, writes home that he likes tho
Prench way pretty well and that ho
wouldn't mind paying over there quito
a while. In his letter of Out. 10 to
friends here ho predicted that the war
would soon be over as the Huns were
even then beginning to squeal.
ihg, the central committee met and of
ficiHlly placed Sam 41, Jones' name
on tho ballot. Notice of this action has
been forwarded to each voting pre
ciuet in the county.
0. E. Unruh for justice of the peace.
(Paid adv.) 11-3
A. A. Lee, president of the Salem
Abstract Co., save the Abstract busi
ness is showing decided signs of im
provemout. In fact, it is better now
thRn t any time since tho beginning
Of the war in 1914. He says that busi
ness in real estate is getting better
and that there is a general stiffening
in prices of farms throughout the
country. Also a more general demand
al) of which is rcflectd! In the number
of calls for abstracts.
1 tMMM)ittHMt IM
HAVE YOU NOTICED THE NUMBER OF
SOLDIERS Wearing glasses
HAVE YOU THOUGHT
The government takes in
finite care of its eyes.
How about YOUR eyes ?
Better have them examined.
11 L CcCULLOCH, Optometrist,
204-5 Bank of Commerce Bldjj.
Huckestoin announced today. Instruc
tions have been received from Wash
ington that mail service with that
part of Russia has been discontinued
because of the German occupation. No
tice has also been received that money
orders may be sent to civilians in that
part of Palestine occupied by the al
I wish to thank my neighbors and
friends for the kindness shown during
the recent, sicknem and death of mv
wife, Nancy A. Wimer. J. 0." C. Wi
nter. For his size, it is said that man has
the largest feet of any animal in ex
istence. This can be proved by coin
paring his weight and size of feet to
those of a cow, horse, alligator or ele
phant. What we iutend to say is that
the shoe dealers of Salem can see no
reduction in the prices of men's shoes
this winter and even next spring after
the order of the war industries board
go o into effect, those who are will
ing to pay the price, may go as high
at $12. The old inequality still exists
wherein a man who wears a number
six shoe will have to go just deep
into his pocket when buying as the
man who has understandings that will
fill a shoe number eleven.
Mr. Voter: If the Bichardson amend
ment is adopted and you get one or the
city's iprotmssory notes ia place of the
good money you have spent for Tour
pavement. How are you going to cash
that note? (Paid adv.)
; Mr, voter: , How much money .will
you get back if the city should adopt
George J. Watson, formerly with the
Salem Abstract company, writes from
i. 31. v. A. ncadquarters m Paris that
he is enjoying life. He relates that Lou
44 Compton, who had been wounded and
444 had spent three weeks in the homntal
was out and had called at Y. M. C. A.
headquarters. He says that Compton's
wound tnou&nt Tminfui. vai tint 0011-
oua. Mr. Watson also aives the news
mat nusseii srookg is in i'ans and in
good health and that Ed Bauch had re
cently been a caller at the Y headquar
ters while passing through Paris. The
letter was dated Oct. 12 which is re
garded as remarkable quick time to
hear from France. 1
T. A. Binehart has no enemies to
punish. Elect him justice of the, peace.
His election1 will insure every one a
square deal. (Pd. adv)
The Salem Ministerial association, at
its meeting today noon strongly urged
all Christian people to generously sup
port tne united war Fund campaign
to be put on next week. The associa
tion takeg the following stand: "The
neea or strong support was never more
needed and urgent than now. While
peace seems imminent, the neod if re"
nef will De greater for a long time.
The weary months of waiting for op
portunity to return will seriously ef
fect our men and make the work of
these organizations imperative.. Let
there be a prompt and generous re
sponse on the part of the people."
Mr. Voter. Are you going to vohuv
tarily double your fixes-to help Mr.
Richardson pull Pierce and Stewart out
of the holo ho got them ill on the Oaks
addition! If not vote 101 X No.
The present police force, is compos
ed of citizens and taxpayers of Salem,
and have demonstrated their efficien
cy as peace officers: several of them
have been members of the department
for years and havo the love and re
spect of everyone who knows them;
under their efficient work, the city
for sometime, has oceii absolutely free
from bootlegging, gambling and im
morality; life, property, the business
interests and home life of the city, has
been carefully guarded; the young
people and children of the city, have
been protected and guided -with pa
ternal care WHY CHANGE Experi
enced and efficient peace officers are
invaluable at this time. J. E. Wright,
Night Deok Sergt., Police Dept. Candi
date for city marshal. (Paid adv.)
Vote X 64, for a thoroughly quali
fied man for justice of the peace. T.
A. Rinehart is a member of the bar,
and a graduate of a law school. (Pd ad)
Lester B. Davis, P. E. ruUerton and
E. A. Kurtz arc home from a fishing
trip on the coast. They report plenty
of fish in the ocean and an abundance
of mud in the Grand Ronde. j
0 ' !
Word has been received today of the
death of Mrs. A. W. Dennis at tho home I
of her daughter, Mrs. E. M. Gillett of
Hanyton. Iowa. Mrs, Dennis will be
In the matter of the suit of Josie M.
Moe against Clarence A. Porter and
others, the viewers, Clarence King, t
E. Callister and B. B. Hcrrick set oif
to the plaintiff for her dower right
343.86 aercs, in two large tracts of 160
each and two small tracts. There re
mains of the estate besides that or the
dower of Mrs. Moe, four tracts with a
total of 372.68 acres.
Middy Bobbins has filed suit against
Hubbcrt Gillhouse and others including
the Oregon State Bank. She claims she
rented land to the defendants on whiek
there was considerable personal prop
erty and that the defendants held a
sale and disposed of the property when
they decided to move off the land. She
claims that the Oregon State Bank as
sisted in the sale. She asks a restrain
ing order preventing the bank from
disposing of notes received from the
sale and that an accounting be made.
Austin, Noble & Co., a corporation,
has entered suit against E. W. Powers
& Son. They allege that the defend
ants in April of 1914 entered into a
contract with Nathan Abramovitz for
tho sale and purchase of a carload of
prunes and that the contract was as
signed to the plaintiff. Alleging that
the contract was not carried out, the
complaint recites that prunes advanced
two and five-eighths eents a pojnd and
that in order to fill a contract, the
plaintiff was obliged to go in the open
market and but. The damage is set at
W. M. Zander has filed a suit for di
vorce from Nellio Zander. They were
married at Missoula, Mont., in 1895 and
have five children, three of whom aro
minors. There is no property in
volved. He claims in his petition that
sho left home in October of 1909.
Willis Brown was today committed to
tho Oregon stato hospital. On the com
mitment papers, it is stated "wanders
from place to placo with no dertnite
object in view. Simple and feeble
In the matter of the estate of Ber
nard v incent Shadley, the appraisers
Eva Wolfe, Mrs. Ernest Klingcr and
F. L. Newman reported the estate con
sisted of $978.06 cash.
Sallio Graham, executrix of the estate
of John Graham, reported n t!ic coun
ty court cash on hand amounting to
Olive C. Porter was appointed by
Judgo Busdiey as administratrix of the
estate of Ora h. Cavitt, who died Octo
ber 23. The estate Consists of personal
property of tho value $1,500.00. In the
court 's decree it is stated that the heirs
aro Anna Porter, mother, Salem, rural
route 1; Mattie E. iStout, sisteT, o- 8a
lem; Jessie McDowell, sister, of Salem
and a brother, John C. Cavitt, who is
now in the service of the united States.
The best and biggest
assortment in town.
Buying all our hats
direct from New York
factories saves you all
the middleman's profit.
Ladies Hats $1.98 To
Children's Hats 98c To
Special Velvet Tarns
.$1.98 and $2.98 Each
Our Prices Always The Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
Secretary Lansing Says
Armistice Not Signed
In the matter of the estate of John
Graham, December 9 was set as the
dato for the final settlement of the es
tate. Sallie Graham is administratrix.
In the matter of the estate of Ed
ward Uppcndahl, the appraisers, L. M.
Scholl, John Stauffcr and Adam While
report property valued at $5,378.00.
A farm near Hubbard containing 76
acres was appraised at $85 an acre. The
estate had a one-half interest in this
Very Much In Douobt
Washington, Nov. 4. A careful anal
ysis ot the political situation today,
based on the latest reliable reports
from various states, shows that the con
trol of congress will be decided in tho
following states. Tho senate:
Michigan, West Virginia, Nobiaska
Rhodo Island, Illinois, South Duicota
Idaho, Colorado, Montana, Nevada and
The house: New York, Ohio, Indiana,
Illinois, Kentucky, -Kansas, Mast-acbu
setts, Michigan, Missouri and New Je
Theso are the states where close con
tests, tho president's appeal, or com
plications duo to sfato issues, havo
made the decision in doubt.
The senate is composed of 52 demo
crats and 44 republicans. With four
unexpired torm9 to be filled, 36 sena
tors aro to be elected.
Ann Martin, suffragist, is an inde
pendent candidate in Nevada, against
Senator Henderson, democrat and E.
Boberts, republican. Senator Warren
strong campaign by democrats backing
jonn js. vsoorne.
With regard to the house, the situa
tion is not nearly so clear as it is in
respect to the senate. Both republicans
and democrats are claiming the house
by from 20 to- 60. Tho house is now
composed of 214 democrats, 207 repub
licans, 7 independents, with seven va
Alabama, usually regarded as safelv
democratic, nas one eonrest or import-
ailf-e. Tn tha ninth flistri thnra Iv,
.nmnmliuMj K. - n.n.f a n w Qnljtm I . . TT 1,1. . . .
.v.iiv.nc.ru a rescuiiiuve xiuuaicsron is seeking re
pcopie uHvmg im-a oere mure man election after having won the demo
cratic nomination in tho face of th
Washington, Nov. 4. Secre
tary Lansing today issued a
formal statement denying that
the German armistice was sign
ed three days ago, as reportod
by Senator Weeks.
"Tho statement of Senator
Weeks has absolutely no foun
dation in fact," said Secretary
Lansing. "The Gorman armisv
tice has not yet been signed."
WHEN IN SALEM, OEEGON
"A Home Away from Home."
' Strictly Modern $1 per Day
100 Booms of Solid Coffort
Only Hotel in Business District
Boston, Mass., Nov. 4. The
Boston Traveler, in an extra
edition late today, printed with
reserve a statement from Unit
ed States Senator Weeks, in
which Weeks was quoted as
saying that he had informal
tion that an armistice had been
signed with Germany.
There was no confirmation
of the news and it was pointed
out that - the official state
ments from tho commanders of
the allied armies were issued
as usual today.
years. Lee Davis, pressmen foreman
of , the Capital Journal, is a grandson
of the deceased,
The polls will be open tomorrow
from 8 o'clock in the morning until 8
o'clock In the evening. Judging from
expressed opposition of President Wil
son. He is opposed by James O.
Thompson of Birmingham.
Eight of Ohio's 22 congressional dis
tricts have developed strong contests.
Tlift RAi-nmh X-:.l. rr i.i
the past, it will be alone towards 9 or I A' .,""' s ."":
9:30 o'clock before the judges of elec-1 i"""" 2 J" "EL?'., ,. .
tions will have counted enough ballots
to give a general drift of how things
are going. Also judging from other
election the general feeling of the
public may be pretty well guaged after
25 to 35 ballots in a precinct are count
ed. This was tested and found to be
the case at the May primaries.
Twenty-first arc doubtful according tl
campaign managers Here.
Members of the S. A. T. C. at Oregon
Agricultural college will wear olive
drab woolen uniforms this winter.
Prune Situaton Now Looks
Much Brighter For Packers
J. S. Marple, representative of the
British canteen and British ministry of
shipping was in the city today looking
over the prune packing plants and be
coming familiar with packing coiidi
tions in the valley.
At a mooting held in Portland Satur
day between Mr. Marple and tho pruno
packing plants of tho valley, the gen
eral situation was gone over, and from
now on, it is hoped there will be no un
necessary delays in the shipment ot
The government has made tho allot
ment of prunes to tho British canteen
and through Mr. Marple, contracts have
been handed to the packers, with ship
ping instructions. Already arrange
ments have been made for tho sinppi'4?
of part of the English allotment and
provision made for inspectors.
lhe Drager Fruit company will begin
shipments of part of the English allot
ment the latter part of this week. Af
ter a shipment is made, the bill ot
luding must be sent to J. P. Morgan
& Company, New York city, Eugnsu
representatives, and it will require
about eight days for tho proper audit-1
ing of the bill of lading and invoice
COBNS, BUNIONS, INGROWING
TOE NAILS BEMOVED
Without Blood or Pain or Causing
' Soreness or Other- lnonvonionaa.., ...
Chilblains and All Diseases of the Feet
Special Attention to Antiseptic's there
by Preventing Infection.
518 TJ. S. Nat. Bank BIdg.
Phone 418. Salem, Ore.
Yick So Tong
cmnese Medielne and Tea Oa. f
nas meoicine which will
say known disease.
Opta Sundays from 10
until S p. m.
153 South High St.
ealem, Oregon. Phone 181 Z
J WANTED, JUNK
And All Kinds of 2nd Haad
Fill Market Prices Special
Prices paid for Backs.
get oar prices beore yon euU.
THE fEOPLE'S JUNE ft 2ND
871 B. Oom'l St Phona 7M
Portland Furniture Dealer wants
all kinds of second hund fufniture,
stoves, gaa ranges, ete. Best wice
paid. Phone 951. .
FTL At.- -1.-..1- . . . I -1- T 1- n 1" "f
xuvu iue chuck ior eacn snip-1
ment will be forwarded, requiring four
or five days in transit.
It ha8 been figured that after a bill
of lading is forwarded to Now York, it
will require at least two weeks befort
tho money is received here. No sight
drafts with bill of lading attached are
permitted against tho United States or
Hemstitching and Picot edga .
We do this work in 'he best
All work guaranteed.
Singer Sewing Machine Co J
337 State Street
John Bcrnovieh of Ceutralia is under 'JOURNAL WANT ADSPAYU
tho Bichardson amendment! (Pd ad) 500 bonds, on a charge of bootlcggirg.
When yon nse Journal elassifi-
ed ads get what yon want them
to they work fast. "
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
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square Deal House
271 Chemeketa Street