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'THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15-1918.
FUR MUTTS, CAPES AND NECKPIECES MAKE DESIRABLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Id Mervoiis Mothers
FIRST DAY'S RESULTS
List Of Subscribers To United
War Work Caiapaip For
Monday, Noy. 11.
a r at - w vv j r t
Should Prof it.by the Experience
. of These Two Women
Buffalo, N. T. "I am the mother of four children, and for
nearly three years I suffered from a female trouble with pains
in my back and side, and a general weakness. I had pro-
f essional attendance most of that time but did not seem to
get welL As a last resort I decided to try Lydia K "
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound which I had seen
advertised in the newspapers, and in two weeks noticed
a marked improvement. I continued its use and am
now free from pain and able to do all my house-
work." Mrs. B. B. Ziwjnska, 202 Weiss Street,'
Buffalo, N. Y. - - . . v v.
, Portland, Ind. "I had a displacement and suffered
so badly from it at times I could not be on my feet
at alL I was all run down and so weak 1 could not
, do my housework, was nervous and could not lie
down at nignt. 1 took treatments from a pnysician
but they did not Help me. Aly Aunt recommended
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 1 tried
it and now I am strong and well again and do
my own work and I give Lydia E. Pinkham's
1 Compound the credit." Mrs. Joseph ink
1 Kimble, 935 West Race Street, Portland, Ind.
Every Sick Woman Should Try
X LYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS.
Former Governor West
Woudn't Answer Question
Portland,' Or., Nov. 15. Oswald West
former governor, failed to prove a
' good witness for the defense when
I (million the strength of weak, delicate.
nervous people In two weekB' time In
many Instances. It Is the form ot
phosphorous discovered by physio
logical chemists as the essential "salt"
in nerve-cells those microscopic units
of nerve tissue made up of nlbumin
and BITRO-Phosphate. Sold by drug-
fists under a guarantee of money
ark If not satisfied. Get the genuine
BITRO-Phosnhate the kind that
Rebuilds Nerve Force
George Vandeveer, I. W. W; lawyer,
put him on the stand yesterday to tes
tify for Dr. Marie Equi, charged with
violation of the espionage act.
"What do you know of J)r.' Equi '
reputation as a peaceable, law abiding,
loyal citizen!" queried Vandeveer,
chief counsel for the woman defend
. The former state executive stutter
ed, stammered, asked if he could ans
wer in his own way, but was told he
must say "yes" or "no"; "good"
or "bad." After a long pause, while
the defense perspired, came the reply:
"I can't answer that question." The
ctvio is expected to last several days.
People who questioned the loyalty of
Dr. Mario Equi, .charged with violation
of the espionage act, were people of
whose opinion he thought nothing, tes
tified Dr. Charles Hiram Chapman,
writer of editorials for the . lOrcgon
0. PERBY, Druggist
Aggregate loans to foreign countries
j by the United States now total $7,812,-
A message from Cracow' announces
the formation of a Polish republic un
der tho presidency of Deputy Daszyn-
Looked Like Pumpkin
,Tl was often doubled up with pains
in my stomach and was yellow as a
pumpkin before taking1 Mayr's Won
derful Bcmedy, which 10 years ago
saved m) life. My 'friend had given up
all hopes of my recovery, r the best
doctors did not help me. Am enjoying
the best of health now. " It is a simple
harmloss preparation that removes the
catarrhal mucus from the intestinal
tract and allays the ' inflammation
which causes practically all stomach,
liver end intestinal ailments, including
appendicitis. One dose will convince or
money refunded.. J. ,C. Perry
Abbe, Mao .
Abbott, J. B
Albers, J. M. '.
Aldrich, Mrs. H. N. t
Arnold, J. J. .". . ..........
Amsiar, W. . '.
Baker, F. A. . -.
Belinger, Mrs. Ivan
Belinger, Mrs. Ivan
Brians. Mrs. H. L. .
Brasher, C. W ..:
Biunk, Prudence i '. '..,.'...;
Burger, Win. H. .....
Bishop. Chaiks Kay .........
Brunger, Lenah 1
Baker, Edwin L. '.
Bell, Ella E.
Bell, Nell M ......
Bolin. J. W
Buyee, G. 0.
Brandt, Mrs. Charles
Brown,' Vinnio L.
Bruder...., Myrtlo -
Brundridgc, G. L -
Cook, B. K .L
Cheshire, Mrs .
Clark, Mrs. Kay ...... ....
Condit, A. L ......
Cooper, D. E
Chenowth, J. B. ,
Corrodi, Fred - ,
DeMarco, Rose ...
Downey, H. V .
Drager, D. H.
Denton, W. A. .. , .
Eatndillo, J. .... . . "
Eoff, Mrs. Grace
Eaton, Mrs. C. & .
Evans, Mrs. Frances ........
Evans, Mrs. C. W
Eskow, Maude '..
Edirer. Lodener ...-i ....Aii: .
Eaton, J. W. i
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Fawk, W. W. .'. ......
Fowlo, Mrs. Torosa -
Findley, M. C 1. -1
PRICES FOR PRODUCE
A Few of our Retail Prices
BUY YOUR THANKSGIVING SUPPLIES HERE
Choice Apples, per box ,. . . . ... .... ...... . . . . .$1.00
Pears , ... . . '.' .J1.00
Bananas- per dozen 30c
?weet Potatoes ...... . . . . . . . .;. .5 bs. for 25c
Genuine Hubbard Squash---every one guaranteed dry and sweet better than
sweet potatoes, per pound ... . . . ..... ... -2c
Choice Spuds . . . . . .;. . . .Per lb. 2c; 100 pounds .................. .$1.75
Choice Onions . .... . .Per lb. 2c; 100 pounds,. ...... JJ5
Turnips, per pound . . .....;;. ....... ,...;...;.... ...... ............3c
Cabbage . . . ; . . ....... . . .Per lb. 3c; 100 pounds .$2.50
Carrots, per pound 2c
EGGS Strictly fresh, every one candled, per dozen 65c
Dairy Butter, per pound .g0g
liiiAcu iui, pci puunu .. .... - jyg
English Walnuts, this year's crop, best quality, per pound . .. .35c
PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY FOR THANK SGIVLNG POULTRY WE HANDLE
Young Chickens, per pound ........... .. . . ...... . . . . . , . ....... . -25c
Hens, per pound . ...... ... . . j. . . .'. . . , . ... ....... .... . . . . . 25c
Turkeys, per pound '. .......... .'. . r35c '
Delivered to your door either alive or with their heads off, but not dressed or
The Farmers' Store of Quality
270 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET PHONE 721
Fuller, Mrs. E. J
Furrar, J. H.
Oile & Jenka v
G looser, Mrs. J. E. ..T
Givcns, G. Q ......!..,..
Gxbbard; Arthur E. .....-.,.....-Grimes,
Miriam - :.v.v-
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Harding, Mrs. F. M. ..:.'
Huckestoiu,' August -.
Hef lorson, Mrs. L. B
Hawiev Mrs. C.
Harris, Helen M. .I....: t
llardt, Mrs. h. u. -
Horner, Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Hastings, Mrs. W
Ingcls, II. M ....................
Johnson, Goo. W.
Krmsbcryr C. W.
Kavlor, Estella ....
Krichter, B. M
Klusser, Mrs. E. ..
Kavanuugh, Ela ..
Kantleberg, C. W.
Klein,' Mrs. A. ...1..
. . 2.50
I Sensational Cloak and Suit Sale
BEGINNING TODAY AND CONTI NUED FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Lytic, W. H .m. .....
Lcisy, A.. C. .'. -
Litchfield, Geo. F
.... M .
Metcalf, Mr. and Mrs
Old White Corner Building
Salem's Greatest Yomen's Apparel Store
Women's $37.50, $40.00 and $42.50 Suits There are so ,
many beautiful new models that it is impossible to de
scribe them in detail. Suffice to say every new and'
popular stvle for winter is represented. Suits of bur-
ellas, serges, velours, velvets,broadcloths, poplins and novelty
mixtures. Braid and furtrimmedmodels, some fitted at waistline,
others with belts. Don't decide on your new suit until you have
seen these attractive bargains.
Young Ladies' and Women's. $45.00 to $50.00 Suits
Handsome suits embracing many desirable style fea
tures favored by the devotees of fashion. These splen
did garments, so skillfully designed and carefully tail
ored, will win inetant approval from women desirous
of adhering closely to the prevailing modes. Though faultless in t
style fit and quality, they have been especially underpriced for this ; ;
event. Other phenomenal values in Blisses,' Young Ladies' and ' :
Women's Suits $42.50, $47, $55.00 : :
$27.50 and $30 Misses' asd Women's
New Winter Coats
At this price we've an ex-
l cellent range of coats, all
aesienea not oniv ior ser-
vice dui aiso ior iooks. jmnii
Smart coats with wide belts', large col
lars and pockets; some trimmed with
t fur or plush. Coats with pleats at back
or with gathers. Dozens of new styles
Meltons, kerseys, cheviots, burellas and
t velvets. Extra good value.
Martin, George -
Marnaeh, Mrs. Paul
Miller,. O. A.
Moore, Miss C.
Oliver. J. ...
Ohm, Arline -
I'ettyercw, J. E
Powers, Mrs. E. W.
Pugh, Graeo E
Pillctt. W. B -..
Prince, F. F.
Purvine, J. L. ...
Purvlne. C. D.
jl'earmine, Mollie ...
Powell. Elbert L.
Persons, W. M. .
Kiggs, Mrs. E. H -
Higler, Susan i
Kiehards, M. M
KiiiKle, W. P.
Bice, Archie ... - ;
Rainsdcn, C. J.
Koseuijucst, Mrs. F. .
Russell, A. P.
Kice, Mrs. Koy
Rice, Glenn L...-
Kichmond, G. A. .-
Robinson, T. B.
Robins, t hai. V.
Remington, J. A.
H..Wnh.' Vtrs. C. C.
Spaulding, t'has. K. Log. Co. .
Scllwood, Mrs. J. A. :
U.inirnr XfnriA K .
Ifiiegert, 0. . .
Htegmire, John '. .
WW m lllllllll
Art V uifliil
$35, $37.50 And $40 New Winter Coats
Very newest winter mod
els with wide belts, fur or '
plush collars, patch pock
ets etc. The materials
used in the making are wool velours,
silvertones and cheviots. All the new
shadestaupe, plum, brown, green,
Pekin blue, purple, navy. Good range
of sizes. Extraordinary values. .
T -TRIMMED HATS GIVEN AWAY FREE!
.For the benefit of thoso who failed' to take ad- '" '" "' 1
Vantage o this event1 ibeca'u so oi the Victory Celebra
tion Monday, -we will continue our splendid offer all
week, and will give away ABSOLUTELY FREE
with every coat, suit or drcsg purchased hore, one oi
our latest models in Misses' and Women's Trimmed
Hats; values to $7.50 in small, medium and large
shapes. We make this sensational offer in order to
direct your attention to the phonomcnal values now
offered in women's ready-to-wear apparel.
NEW SILK SATIN AND SERGE DRESSES, VALUES TO $30, SALE PRICE $18.75 i
South, r. L : 5.00
Heelcy, Mrs. G. F .85
Smith, Mrs. Carleton - 2.00
Simpson, Mrs - 2.50
.Schwabbauer, Amandu 1.00
Satterloo, Edna .: 2.00
Spicor, Mury J 1.00
Taylor, Mrs. B. V 5.00
Taylor, W. H - 5.00
Tipping, Mrs. M. L 1.00
Turner, Fannie K. - 10.00
Titter, Dr. F. L 10.00
I'lrich, J 3-00
Van Osdnl, J. D : " 2.00
VanPatton, Mrs. Cuyler 1.00
VanLcnen, J. H 5.00
Vkk, C. F - 5.00
Wcdel, Lavina 1-25
Welch, M. W 5.01)
Weller, Ed. N. 100.00
Weller, Clias. 8 100.00
White, Loren 10.00
West. Edna M. 5.00
Ward, May 2.00
Wodel, Mis. F. B 2.50
Waite, Enuis D 30.00
Waite, Mrs. Ennis 5.00
Witchin, Mrs 5.00
Walker, Dora 10.00
WarinL'. I.. D '. 4.00
Welch, Maria ' 8.00
West, Beatrice 1.00
Zosel, Mrs. Win. A 2.00
Zosel, Luella 2 00
Zinn, Alta 1.00
' The Methodist church will in tho fu
ture eliminate foreign language serv
ices from itg churches and Sunday
Army and Navy Are Aiding
United War Work Campaign
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UNEXPECTED Impetus has
been given to the United
War Work Campaign by the
formation of a National Army and
Navy Campaign Advisory Commit
tee, headed by Secretary Baker and
Secretary Daniels. Serving with
them to promote tho plan to carry
the drive for (170,500,000 Into the
military camps and the naval sta
tions and on board ships ot the
navy in American waters, are
Major General George Barnett, Ad
miral William 8. Benson, Benedict
Crowell, Frederick P. Keppel, Gen
eral Peyton C. March, Paymaster
General Samuel McGowan, Admiral
Leigh C. Palmer, Franklin D.
Roosevelt and John D. Ryan.
"It would be a serious mistake."
says Secretary Baker, "not to af
ford the officers and enlisted men
this opportunity to Join with their
fellow citizens In this groat patri
otic endeavor on-behalf of their
comrades In arms."
HpnretMrV DuniHlH dnrlares that
the plan is In keeping with the real
American spirit ot the hour, and
"Anyone who has seen what I
have of the Invaluable service ren
dered by the Y. M. C. A., the X. W.
C. A., Catholic War Couucil, the
Jewish Welfare Board, the Ameri
can Library Association, the Salva
tion Army, and the Camp Commu
nity Service must be proud of those;
manifestations of unselfish Interest
of the American people In our boys
of our laiKe and ever-growing
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