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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1918.
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ii Millie Wllifk
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It is very different from all ether phonographs in
the construction of tone arm and tone amplifier.
Prices range from $32.50 to $1500.00. See the No.
125, in mahogany or golden oak at $150.00.
Easy terms. '
Hamilton s Furniture Store 1
340 Court Street Salem, Oregon
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Supply Before Their
Rome, Nov. 7. (Delayed) Hund
reds of persons died of starvation in
the evacuated districts of Italy, after
the Austrians cut off their food sup
ply just before tho withdrawal, Major
Lowell of tho American Rod Cross, ar
riving from the war zone, told tho
correspondent today. The situation is
Ptill critical. '
. ' 'The food situation in the evacuat
ed district is appalling," Lowell said.
"The population who received daily ra
tions front Ifio Austrians -were cut off
from this, source three days before the
evacuation. Hundreds died as- result. )
" We found sick and wounded Ital
ians aid Austrians who (had been three
days without food. In one town more
th.au 100 had died of starvation; in
"Towns were absolutely stripped of
everything in tho way of food and
clothing. The first day after the eno
my witndrew we shipped into the liber
ated districts rhirtoei carloads of .sup
plies and medicines. Fivoleft the next
day. Our rolling kitchens tire feeding
60,000. people a day. Formerly they
were attached to the American bri
gades; now they are attending to civilians.
we nave, praceu our selves hg iu
disposal -of the government for aiding
in the relief of occupied districts au'l
are establishing warehouses."
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Btayton Nov. 9. Mrs. Mary Hall
man and daughter arrived the first of
the week from Idaho where they have
been for somo time, and will visit with
Mrs.- Hallmun's sister, Mrs. A. S. Pan
Meinrad Fcaslor, father of Mrs. i. O.
BoeMigheinier, died at tho homo of his
daughter, about a mile north of town
Tuesday morning. Had ho lived until
next February lie would have been 91
years old, and it is said ho has a sister;
older than himself. Ho had not beenj
ill but a few days. Ho was a veteran
of the Civil war, and well liked by his
acquaintances. The funeral was held
Thursday at Mt. Angel and was attend
ed by friends from hero and Salem, who
made the trip in automomlos.
I. J. Bocdigheimer is at present em !
ployed at Lobnnon. I
I)r. C. .H. Brewer received a supply of I
serum from the health office at balum;
Monday, and has einco been giving a!
larga number of people treatment to
prevent influenza. There are fw new
cajicj reported the pnjit week.
A new bridge for tout travel ha
been placed across the ditch near the
Word has been received by friends
here that Mrs, Clarence Anderson died
the 24th at Imperial Beach, Cal.
Joseph Scstak made a business" trip
to Portland Friday.
John Kerbcr leaves today for Port
land for a visit with relatives and will
also visit his "mother before she returns
to her home in Minnesota.
Dr. Beauehamp arrived homo yester
day from' Montana, where he was called,
by the government to treat influenza
cases. The doctor was sick iii bed for
about ten days with tho disease, but is
at present feeling considerably improved.
The news that Uermany had signed
an armistice was received here Thurs
day w-ith a great deal of satisfaction,
and much enUlusiasm wras shown by the
populace. Bells were rung, jvhistlcs and
auto horns tooted, and a procession was
formed and" paraded tho streets includ
i;ig all meSi, women and children who
wcro able to leave their work. Flags
and bunting were liuirg out and evory
possible demonstration of pleasure and
patriotism displayed. As tho crowd
gathered and the festivities progressed,
a number of autos appeared and soon
tho peoplo were loaded into tho cars
and on auto trucks and visited Sub
limity where tho peoplo joined in the
celebration. Rev. Father Lainck made
a short talk,.aiid-tho crowd returned to
Stayton. Guns, firo crackers and loud
noises continued until late in the eve
ning. Whilo, according to the Associat
ed Press, the celebration may have been
premature, the people havo tae satis
faction of knowing that it is only a
nut tor of days before the report will
be confirmed. r . .
Mrs. B. B; Herriek and son Banael,
of Salem, visited recently at the homo
of.Mujor and Mrs. L. S. Lambert.
J. M. Shepherd and family are now
residing in Salem where he is employed
with his auto truck.
. Word has been leceived by relatives
that D. M. Doll left tho 31st of October
for overseas. '
.The log dfive of the Brown-Petzel
Co. is now safely in tho log pond. The
drive contained about 700,000 feet.
AV. F. Blakely has received word from
his son in-law, W. F. Goodman, that he
has entirely recovered from his attack
of typhoid fever.
Mrs. G. L. Brown is in Eugene, called
by the illness of her daughter, Wanda,
who had almost entirely recovered from
an attack of influenza, bnt who suf
feivd a relapse. .
Mrs. Glen Mangle and daughter,
Gladys, are here from Montana, visiting
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. A. Stavton.
WILL OPEN -PORTLAND
Portland, Or., Nov. 9 May
or Baker announced today tho
ban affecting public gather
crings and business houses
f would lb lifted a week from to
, morrow. .
This action was taken fol-
lowing a sudden drop in influ
cnza cases reported today.
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CATHOLIC BOYS JOIN.
Girls, Too, Will Stand With Them
' Behind Every Fighter
at the Front
To'put behind every Catholic fighter
la Franc tna support of one boy or
girl In every parish throughout thej
United States ts the plan ot the Na
tional Catholic War Council for back
ing the ' Victory Boys' and Victory
Girls' "Earn and Give" Division of the
United Work War Campaign to raise
?170,500,000 "for the boys over there"
during the week of November 11-13.
Through diocesan, county and parish
organizations, the rallying of one
youngster for every man who has gone
to war in every community Is already
under way. By their own earniifs,
and not by contributions, It Is expect
ed that these sturdy little sponsors
for the boys abroad will each raise at
least five dollars for the joint -welfare
work of the Y.&t C. A, I. V.
C. A, National Catholic War Coun
cil, Including tho Knights of Colum
bus, War Camp Community Service,
Jewish Welfare Board, American Li
brary Association and Salvation Army.
Boys and girls In every Catholic
parish throughout the United States
are already being picked to represent
each fighting man who has left tbelr
church for the front In every home
that files a service flag little brothers
and sisters, sons and daughters, are
eagerly volunteering to look out for
the share of their family fighter In the
huge joint welfare campaign' for all
the boys abroad.
BOOKS FOR SOLDIERS.
SUPPLIED BY A. L, A.
English Camp Shows the Good
Work of That Organization !
r for Our Boys.
Something like 13,500' pieces of sta
tionery, are distributed dally among
4,000 enlisted men by Uriah B. Bru
baker of loin, Kas., ns librarian at the
T. M. C. A. writing tent, Wo&illey
Rest Camp of the American Expendl
tlonary Forces in southern England.
The number of troops at this camp
varies from 3,000 to 9,000. .
This single detail Indicates vhy It
Is necessary for the I. M. C. A., . W.
O. A., National Catholic1 War Council
and K. of C, Wni Cnml Cbnimunlty
Service, Jewish Welfare Board nud
Salvntion Army have to furnish .12.V
000,000 sheets .a month for soldiers'
letters. . -
Hundreds of books are taken out In
this smnll camp, books furnished by
the American Library Association and
handled by the Y. M. C. A. Most of the
demands are for a good class of fic
tion. Thirty American-newspapers are
received, there daily. One hundred and
fifty magazines are In use dally and
400 pleees of athletic erjurpment fur
nished by the "X" are put to good use.
Mayor Of Turner
Miss Verda Hates has Tetumed to
this neighborhood. She tas lived i
Canada for the last two yearSy
Gns Cole and family" visiW ia town
Mr. Day and family from Harney
county have moved on the old Hunt
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold have gone to
California for an extended stay.
Mr. Crofter and family have moved
on the old Bounncr plaee.
Mr. Titus end family have- gone to
California to make their home.
AK. Kisor and family are visiting
relatives near Turner.
. Mr. Irwin has recently purchased a
The Last Hundred Mile;
Ye oaks and elms and beeches,
Trv Vhen a man of modern times
Your country beseeches." j
And now when adorned in festive sr-j
ray swaying with a sephyi bowing to J
tho breeze, mad maple and her con-
ferce await the prompters call, an in- j
vitation'is herewith extended to you,;
Mr. Modern, to bring your magic wund
when success has rtpwiicd jour cnons
and they are Rifily tripping the light
fantastic we will all bo tkce.
Arethe chaapest" A re-liner in your
worn tire will increase its mileage. We
have both the new and those made out
of old tires.
The new re-liners arc of 3 and 4 plys
best grade fabric and heavily coated
with cement. There is no other new
re-liner like this! And the price is right.
K. E. Tyler of Buena Vista was a
Tuesdav over night guest at the J. B.
Wm. McAdams has returned to tne
stato training school, to again assume
cliniire of a class of boys there, after
a two weeks stay at home with his
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gcrth havo both
recovered from thox influenza. Mr.
Gcrth. -was vcty ill for a timo.
The Marvin Aloores Home nnvo re
ceived a postal saying that their son
Ernest has arrived overseas.
West Salem's city olection was hold
Tuesday afternoon in the school house.
Tho stat and comity election wirs held
in tho city hall. A largo voto was poll
ed fpr thi precinct, "the voters evident
ly trying to voto for the best candidates
regal-dlise of party. Kirkpatrick only
received 17 vote3 out of a possible 170.
Judges of election were Dan I'inley and
J. K. Bedford of tho day board, and
Eurl Bushncll and Frank Wilson on the
night board. .Clerk3 were fleo. Chap
man, i h. Wood-and Miss Beth Bed
Farmers near West Salem are bnsy
plowing and Bowing, tho ground being
in pood condition for Bame.
Recent word from Fred Bwich over
seas is that ho is in a hospital, having
been wounded. '
177 S. Commercial
Phone 428 ii
TRADES MM COUNCIL V
Mrs. James Flats has been quite sick
the liasr, "week, but reported better
Thursday morning-. '" .-
John a. Miner or Aina-, ro:ner or
Mrs. D. J. YodcY, spent several days in
Hubbard last week, leaving Friday for
T .na Anim1i. tn vixlt. fnr ft liinnth. From
thero ho intends going to Indiana for a
time before .returning to ins nonie in
' Mr, Goof Cassidy' announces that he
has rented IiIb farm, Oak Mead farm
east of Hubbard, to Henry Wolfcr, and
will soil his household goods somo timo
'ho latter part of tho month, (latn i
be fixed later. Mr. and Mrs. 'Casalfl
have Hot decided whether they will
Mr. Business Man
, , As a matter of economy you
should consult the Journal's
Job Department before placing
your printing-we are satisfying
Salem's leading firms put us
on your calling list. Phone 81
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spend tho winter in California or go to
C. N. McKeJT of Portland, brother of
W. B. McKoy of Hubbard, camo near
being electrocuted ono day last "week
whilo working in a machine shop. Ho
was fixing an electric light socket and
received a .shock sufficient to throw
him to tho floor as though dead, llo
was severely burned on ono hand unj
Wuon Mr, ana Mrs. ftnttK Jiuuorjr re
turned from Los Angoleg and tlicir trip
to fctoiithorii California the influenra
was just getting stin ted in the bad cold
stage, all hough the weather was very
warm at that lime. As this sickness
Int. been general in tho parts of the
state they wero in, they uro glad they
timed their return when they did.
A fire alarm was turned in Thursday
evoning of lust week somo time after U
o'clock, a blaze tn, the corner of Itov.
8. E. Long's garage, tho cause. Fortu
nately tho blaze wits soun gotten under
control and with very little damage.
In tho gariigo by the side of the nuw
ws a piuno box and tlto rear mi to
cushion. Tho cushion was consumed
and tho lioic and Iho sud of tho gaiago
badly charred. How the. fire started
not known.-Hubbard Entcrprine. - j
Because, of rapidly clufnging . condi
tions in Europe, a larger dciiutud is to
bo uiado upon America for support of
American Hod Cross activities abruud.
JOURNAL WANT "ADS PAY
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Turner, Xov. 9. The city election
fid hero Tuesday resulted in Irvin
h, Robertson mayor, councilmcn were
John Watson, Sr., Martin Kicclj', II. L.
Earl and J. M. Iioncs, treasurer II. A.
Thiessen and the recorder is Hon P. P.
Hasslcr, of the office ot vthe Turner
The special tax carried
Milo Knight was on the sick list for
a few days but all O. K. since election.
Willard Hall cunie up from Salem
Hollis Bones, a club member, has a
fine supply of rabbits. Ho started in
to the business with ono pair of Bel
gian hares on the IWth of Jo'iuniyj now
he has five splendid docs of his own
raisinif together with a new buck, orig
inally- frool 'olorado, " Black Jax','- is
winning admiration from all who see
Mr. and Mrs. C. Mundingrr and Mrs. I
J. Biwer of .Salem were Sunday visitors
of Archie Bones and wi.'e. j
Mrs. Ralph Chavis and son, John, -wero
in Salem Wednesday of this week ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelly mid son, How- j
ard, were in Hopinere visiting recently.'
Tho M. E. ehiiri-h opens Sunday,
again for Sabbath school, and chureh. i
And the. schools of Turner will re-open
Miss Ruth Watson Was in Portland
on business the first of tho week.
Donald Steele and family have mov
ed into the h. H. Turmir bungalow
near the tabernacle, making tho tenth
family to move into town this fall.
Guy Brown is here from Portland,
spending tho week end with his fam-
In the passing of Elinor Sanderson,
only daughter of Dean and Mrs. E. C.
Sanderson of Eugene, many hearts
have been saddened in Turner, where
she was well acquainted and had many
friends fur nono knew her but to love
her. Much sympathy i felt for the be
reaved parents ami brother
Mrs. Mnaret Iiarler of Fresno, Cal.
was a Wednesday visitor it the Tur
If yon have never visile,! Salem's
finest suburb enme now to the beauti
ful little tree girW city tf Tnrner
and feast your artifctic soul on the
charming displa- of crimson and gold
in the autumn foliage of her environ
ment. "If you could dance when 'Orpheus
FOR MARION AND POLK COUNTIES
We also carry the Oliver Chill No. 7 Plow; The Roderick
Lean Automatic Tractor Disc, recommended by and de
veloped under the personal supervision of Henry Ford
Have distributed four carloads in our territory to date.
Next shipment should arrive about November 20. Place
your order early if you expect to have one out of our
G. M. C. Tracks
Thompson, Mgr. 127 State St., Salem