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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1918.
Uk Ilartn AM Journal.
DUD C AMI I C A I ft
The Most Acceptable Gift
This Christmas Will Be the
THIS STORE IS STOCKFUL OF NEW AND USEFUL MERCHANDISE
Suitable for Gifts at
Are always acceptable. We have them
" and you should note the prices.
Soap . ..10c
Cold Cream .....21c
Vanishing Cream 21c
Face Powder 45c
Talcum Powder .21c
Shaving Cream 35c
Colgates Shaving Cream 19c
Colgate's Talcum Powder ......12c
Cashmere Bouquet Soap ....... .10c
Are wanted by all and it is hard to
get a" gift that would please more
than a nice bath robe.
Ladies Robes $3.49, $3.98, $4.98
Men's robes . .$3.98, $4.50, $4.98, $5.90
In both serpentine crepe and flan
nelette that are always useful $1.15,
$1.49,' $1.98, $2.49, $2.98 and $3.98
ALL KINDS OF READY TO WEAR GOODS FOlt MEN, WOMEN AND
All Around Town
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Nov. 20.4-Aniiiial Hod .Cross
mooting at 2:30 p. m., Uommor
Nov. a8. Thanksgiving.
Nov. 30. Election on School
"TB funeral oeauttfnL
Highest cat price paid for frosh
ggs. Midget Market, tf
I pay the highest price for livestock
of nil kimls. Will ship this -week: Phono
evening 231)7.1, O. J). Hurjiik. 1MU
Dr. Bchenk has now returned from
his vacation and he extendi a cordial
invitation to his patron and friends
(o visit hi Institution. 1 tf
Better dentistry without pain. Two
post graduate courses in painless den
tiatry. Dr. Hartley. Phone ll4. tf
-"Tie best" la ail yon eaa do when
loath eomoa, Call Wobb A Clough Co
Pjone 120. tf.
Table squashnot less than 100 lbs.
delivered. Cuinmings, B4t'13. 1 1 -1 !
Tarmors who own the turkeys and
commission men who want to buy tur
keys Bio now experiencing tho aununl
period of distrust. Just about ton days
or two weeks before each Thanksgiving
day, commission mcu iu Portland are
rather shy whvn it conies to miming
a prieo and at the (mine time the farmer
feels the snnio wnv about it. TliU Is
Eexall One Cent Sale, Perry's drug! due, ns tho retailer sees it, t0 tho fact
that the commission men aiv bears on
the turkey market and tho farmers, of
ficially speaking, are bulls. After tho
usual see saw, there will bo a market
quotation established about next Mou
day. IValers In tho city are up in tho
air as to prices but today, dressed tur
keys lire quoted at from 33 to 35 cents
and live ones, 25 to 28, according to
store Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Nov,
21, 22, 23. H-20
Attention! Members of Central lodge
No.MH, Knights of Pythias are earnest
ly requested to be at tho lodge Tuesday
'evening at 8 o'clock, liro. Calkins of
Sacramento will be with us. liy order
of tho chancellor conimaudor,
Treat 'em rough! Is the way (Juy
Empoy doe it in tho great American
photo play "Over the Top" at the
iiligh starling tomorrow.
Segt. Guy Einpey in "Overt the Top'
at the Hligh theater starting tomor
row.. O, W. Eyre will .hip hogs next Wed
dentlay Nov. 20. Phone 22WIM. 11-19
.Tlnal arrangements for union Thanks
giving services were made at the week
ly meeting of tb Bnlem Ministers' as
sociation hob! this morning. For those
in tho down town and central districts' or Knk.l,t. nf rnlmnlm. work n. fin!
wr vivos will be held at the First Moth- vat ion army, the postoff'ice department
odist church and the address of the has ruled that such workers may be
day will be delivered by tho Hvv. W. O.jsent a package weighing 11 pounds pro
Kantuer of the First Congregational ivided it Is mailed before Nov. 30. One
church. Services will begin at 10:30 Uf thv provisions is that the package
o'clock. For South Salem, services will must rejilly be in the way of a Christ
be held in the Leslie M. K. church and mas present. As there Isn't so large a
tho sermon of the day will be delivered ! number of these workers, tho postal an
b tho liev. 11. K. Pemberton, pastor ofjthorities has figured out thev may be
the Friomls South Salem church. It !,ent what tho foroien postal rveulationa
mis not as yet neon oeeuicd wnotner limit, a packugo of 11 pounds.
nervices win no ncm ior minn nuiein p.
nt tho Jason Lee Memorial church.
When it comos to giving for the
united war fund, high school girls out
number the boys as tho record up to
this ninmisjr stood, 173 girls and 102
hoys. Tho pledges for the fund from
the high school totaled Sfl.65, and tho
school has the remainder of tho week
to complete its quota. Grant Junior
high, tHfl.SO nnd Washington Junior
high, $1-15.22 Up to Saturday noon, for
the united war fund, the city schools
had pledged $8.r2.17.
Now If one has a friend over there
working in the Y.M.C.A. or Bed Cross
Tho two ex-convicts held under a
charge of robbing the Sundin store last
Wednesday are held as guests of tho
county, one boarding in tho city ,iail
and the othor in the county jail. They
will have their preliminary hearing
a)t Friday before Judge Wobstcr.
S. IL Van Trump, county fruit In.
succtor. 1m boosting tho irood nnnlitlos
E. M. la Fore has been chosen a a(,f tho apple known as the "Delicious."
Ho says it was originally grown from
a seedling brought from Iowa and that
as is often tliv case ,ft wonderful fruit
may bo developed from a seedling that
hasn't any pedigree worth speaking of.
According to information given out
in Portland, George O. L. Snydor of tha
Oregon Military Police, has bcon trans
ferred to the unassigned list, Oregon
member of the grand inry now in ses
sion, to succeed J. B. Craig who has
jicfn excused by Judge Kel)y,on pre
sentation of a physician's certificate
that he was unnblo to attend the sca
lenus. The jury is working on the pen
itentiary parole scandal.
The Eastern Star auxiliary of Wil
lamette chapter will nold its regular
Tuesday mooting as at present there
is ho special work on hand, I
With the f iliugf 37 instruments, the
office of county rccordor almost broke
a record last Saturday, Fourteen of the
filings wcro for releases of mortgages,
showing protty well that a lot of farm
ers am getting out from under. Only
throe of the 37 instruments filed were
mortgages. Of warranty deeds there
woro 11 and the remainder just a gen
eral inisiullaueous collection that are
filed for record.
Until further notice,- headquarters of
Willamette chapter, Bed Cross will re
main iu its present location, second
floor of the U. H. National bank build
ing. Arrangements have been niadu
for tho centering of nil Ked Crons in
terests in tlto postoffice building on
the second flour, but it may be several
days before hvndq'uarters is removed to
its new quarters.
The 65th anniversary of Lincom's
Gettysburg address will be observed by
Sedgewick Post No. 10, O. A. K. and
the Welief Corps at the Post hall in the
armory on the afternoon of Tuesday,
Nov. 19, at 2:o0 o'clock. It will bo
an open meeting and till interested in
again heating rend the address now
regarded as tho most famous ever
miulo are invifod to attend. This in
vitation is especially for all veteran,
of whutover war, ami all auxiliaries. F.
A. Thompson is commander of Sedgo
wick post and D. Webster, adjutant.
Tf tha nrdlnauce to be introduced at
tho city council this owning carries,
bowling allies and shooting galleries
in i. i,r,,rnil t.. uli. an no evorv n'mlit
at 12 o'clock and not re-open uutil 7
o'clock in the morning. At presem
tl,r.Y la nn nnliiiniicn rCL'ulutiue tho
hours for howling or ior snooung
lvries. If the proposed ordinance pass
will V.n nlnnnil nil the .Villi
1)0, r.i.. -
1 basis as pool playing, so ,f a.- as '"e
hours aro concerned.
Captain W. C. Dyer announces that
company Q will drill tonight at the ar
mory at 7:30 o'clock. This will be the
company's first meeting since tho in
fluvnza came to town.
aifrin Mabel Settlemier. worthy
grand matron of the Eastern Star, will
meet Tuesday evening wun inauwic
chapter No. 37, Order of the Eastern
Star. Members of the lodge and visit
ing members arc urged to attend. Be
ginning with tomorrow night, regular
meetings will be held.
D. A. White, ofthe firm of D. A.
Whito & Sons, is of the opinion that
within a few weeks conditions in mill
feeds stuffs will materially change vr
tho better. With more mills grinding
and a biggyr demand for export flour
ho anticipates a return to normal con
ditions. An ordinance will be introduced at
tho meeting of the city council this
evening antheming the sale of city
street bondj to the amount of 11,
908.74. With the authorizing of the
sale, bids will also U asked for. In
Lee Gilbert, Elgin distributor, is in
the city from Portland.
Mrs. Dt'na Dennis of Portland was
in the eity over Sunday, the guest of
Miss May Seely. Mrs. Dennis is a
former resident of Salem.
C. J. Pugh of Falls City is registered
at tne isiign.
F. B. Graham was in the city yes
tcrdav from Corvftllln
Floyd D. Moore of Dallas was in the
. Colonel North of Portlaad is in tho
city in conference with the governor
m regard to military matters.
LATEST WAR BULLETINS
Washington, Nov. 18. Chancellor
Ebert has virtually dissolve! the reich-
stag ana will permit no sittings pend
ing convocation of the constituent as
sembly, according to diplomatic advices
from .Berne today.
Zurich, Nov. 18, Herr Eenner, so
cialist, has been appointed president of
ths provisional Austrian government
according to advices received here to
Bruges, Bclffium, Nov. 18.& Thir
teen American marino officers returned
here after having motored to Brussels.
on tne trip tney passed, mounted Ger
man sentries, wh0 smiled. Tho Ameri
cans brought back Jn their cars two
British prisoners they found walking
along tne road.
the city bonds to be offored aro in
eluded $7,019.54 on North Church street
bonded paving and $2,533.70 from 8,
Church street paving bonds. On Soutti
Twelfth street, $743.02 will bo offered
and from South High street, $300.39.
Tbj Twelfth and High. street bonds aro
those from're-asscssment. By the way,
bqncls of tho city of Salem are pretty
good investments, according to arr es
tablished financial authority, as they
bear o per cent mteRnt and generally
sell for about 102, with accrued inter
est. By law, city bonds are not to be
sold for less than par. Just at pres
out the bonds are not taxable.
Henry McDowell, sentenced to life
imprisonment in 1914 for Bccond dogree
murder committed in Crook county, and
William Buck, received at the peniten
tiary last February from " Umatjlla
county, uied yesterday from Spamsn
influenza. Sevoral other convicts aro
in serious condition. " There are still
100 cases of flu at tho prison. Buck's
real name is H. J. Parent, and his peo
ple live at LaSalte, 111.
Tuesday, Wednesday And
103 S. Commercial St.
299 N. Commercial St.
The Time Has Come
Suits ' : and Waists
Instead of waiting until the season
is over we have decided to put all
our Coats, Suits, Dresses and
Waists on special sale beginning
40 Dresses of assorted materials
and colors' including all wool
French serges. Your choice
Your choice of any Georgette
Crepe Waist' at
J 51.00 Less
oVJ --'" ill
Special Ladies' Suits now
.90 and $18
Ladies' Coats now greatly reduced Extra Values at
Our Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
g vuuuiivi iiui aim vuuii uia. l uiiiiciij viutagu oiuic g
Crown Flour, sk .....$3.00
Pacific Hardwheat flour
Fancy Valley flour, sk. $2.80
10 lb. Wheat Cereal. J.. 70c
10 lb. Pancake flour ...70c
1 lb Best Creamery but
ter . ............. 67c
1 lb. Oleomargarine ....45c
Peanut BuKer lb 20c
Largs Wesson's Oil ,..$1.70
Medium Wesson's Oil ...85c
Small Wesson's Oil 37c
Large Crisco ........ $2.00
Small Crisco ......... 35c
Medium Crisco $1.00
Large Log Cabin syrup $U0
Med. Log Cabin Syrup ..63c
1-2 gaL Uncle Jons r
1-2-lb. Hershey's Coco ..15c
Peaberry Coffee, lb. ...22c
3 lb. Royal Club coffee $1.00
2 pkgs Kellogg's Corn
flakes . 27c
12 Federal Milk . $1.65
New Crop Teas, per lb... 50c
Forest Grove Disappointed .
In Not Hearing James Elvin
' Stuck in the mud half way between
Newberg and Forest Grove and" a large
audience awaiting him at Forest Grove
last evening, tho Eev. James Elvin is
not onlj' a believer in what General
Sherman said about war, but also is
now willing to apply the famous re
mark te service for the united war
Yesterday afternoon at the armory,
in order that tho Rev. Pence migtt take
thV train to Portland to deliver an
evening address, Mr. Elvin gave part
of his time to the Portland Breaker. It
worked all right for Air. Pence, but'
aot for ATr. Elvin who was scheduled
to' deliver an address at Forest Grove
in the evening. .
Too late to catch the 4 o'clock train
north, Mr. Elvin was taken by a friend
as far as Xewberg. Ho arrived there
nt 6:30 o'clock and at once arranged
with n taxi to carry him over to Forest
OrovcSiut tho gotng was bad and af
ter all sorts of hard luck, Air. Elvin
and his taxi driver found themselves in
a mud hole at midnight about five
miles this side of Forest Grove.
A near by firmer was induced to pull
them out and by 2 o'clock this morn
ing Mr. Elvin was back i' Newberg,
arriving in Salem today noon.
He has arranged to speak soon at
Forest Grove at an early date and also
to take another route and means of
travel in reaching his audience.
Heavy Rainfall Over
State Of California
San Francisco, Nov. IS. Heavy rain
fall throughout California today will
immediately relieve the water shortage
according to G. H. Wilson, district
weather forecaster. !
The storm began late Sunday and nt
an early hour today 1.24 inches of rain
had fallen in San Luis Obispo, San
Francisco registered .43 inch.
Heavy rninfall wag reported through
out southern California.
No damage has been reported, but
some said the rice crop which has not
yet Iwn harvested, may be injured
slightly. ' -
Men In Navy May
Ask For , Discharge
tVmhiiicrtnn Xnv. -Naw men
raii1nr ni vevrvt can now nrtrvlv
for discharges from the navy, Secretary
Daniels declared today.
For the present, men with urgent bus
iness calls or a desko to return to
sehool will have the preference in dis
charges. Daniels did not indicate whether ho
has raised the limit sot a few days
ago of discharge of 50,000 men within
the next month or two.
McAdoa Has 60,000
More Employes Now
Washington, Nov. 18. Director Gen
eral McAdoo admitted approximately
60,000 employes to his payroll at noon
- At that hour ho formally took control
of tho Amvriean Eailway Expiess com
pany which represents the equipment
and organization of tho four chiot ex
Household goods, harness, wagons, tools,
ranges, heaters, cookstoves, farm ma
chinery, etc. I pay cash or will sell
on commission from stock sales eon
ducted anywhere. Phone 510 or 511
Woodry, the Auctioneer.
Foot Specialist ,
COENS, BUNIONS, INGROWING
. "TOE NAILS REMOVED
Without Blood or Pain Or Causing
Soreness or Other Inconvenience.
Chilblains and All Diseases of tho Feet
Special Atteution-to Antiseptics there
by Preventing Infection."
Appointments by Phone.
518 TJ. S. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone 416. Salem. Ore,
: WANTED, JUNE
And All Kinds of 2nd Hud
Full Market Prices Special
Prices paid for Sacks.
A Get car prices before yon sell
THB PEOPLE'S TONE ft HO
271 H. Oom'l St. Phone 7M
Yick So Tosf
Chinese Medicine and Tea 0.
Has medicine whioa will ra
any known diseaae.
Open Son days from 10 a, a.
aatii 3 p. m.
153 8oot High 6t
Balem, Oregon. , Pbom 18!
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paper v$rje you rcsuib
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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 &nd junk.
Get my Pricts Before
THE CAPITAL JUNXXO.
.The Square D jal House
271 Chemefa ta Street
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