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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1918.
. German Fleet W21
UUIUU ULlllUl IJHLIO
Surrender TKmsday p551
"IT WILL, MAKE YOUR RED AMERICAN BLOOD
JUMP WITH JOY AND EXCITEMENT"
London, Nov. 18.-7:20 p..
in.-The German fleet' fill leave
its bases Wednesday and will
surrender Thnrsday, . it was
learned this evening.
Previous imports said the
fleet was to leave its buses at
-5:30 this morning.
M HOLLAND BORDER
WiDielm Was Angry. When
Forced To Delay By Ser-
geants Orders. "
Washington, Nov. 18. Admi
ral von Tirpiti is in Switzerland
according to Swiss advices to
day. Ho left Germany before
the revolution broke out, the ca
U H -if
any New Arrivals
IN CHOICE PIECES OF FURNITURE
Our stock is clean and the prices are as low as dependable merchandise can be
sW. There is little satisfaction in buying shopworn goods because they are
cheap. A good piece of furniure stays with you for years; then it should be
something worthy a place in your home. We have just received a number of
good Tapestry Covered Davenports and Overstuffed Chairs. They have very
choice covers of high grade tapesttry arid are offered a very reasonable prices.
THE BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPH-
Is attracting a great deal of attention because it
is so different from other ALL-RECORD ma
chines, and because the tonal value is so superior
to other makes. You get the best of all makes
combined in the ferunswick. Hear it. Your old
. phonograph will be taken in exchange. Buy now
for Christmas and we will hold and seliver when
wanted. . " . .
Amsterdam, Xov. IS "The fir
one who moves will be shot!" was the
ultimatum of a Dutch sentry when "the
former kaiser anil his party" threatened
to enter Holland without chserving
any of the internntiona foimalitiies.
Sergeant Pinckcrt, the soldier who
issued the ultimatum on November 11,
was interviewed bv the United Press
"I was on duty when I saw the im
perial ears approaching a? though they
were going to cross the -frontier, " said
"I shoued, 'stop!' Immediately the
wnoio procession Halted. tome officers
Court House Notes
Huklah E. Cochrane has been grant
ed a divorce from Thomas E Cochran.
The decree was signed last Saturday.
In the matter of the case of C. Wol
ford against , Arthur Beardsley, the
plantiff moves the court for an order
dismissing the amieal for tho reason
came forward and asked to be allowed! that tho defendant and appellant have
to pass. . , I failed to file an undertaking on ap-
" 'You may pass without arms' lineal as renuired bv tho laws of Ore-
' 1 JlilWJiJll 3
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answerea. i recognized a man coming
from tho second carriage as tho kaiser.
He said: .
" 'You must allow us to pass with
out further fuss. The, government
knows who we are.'
" 'Very good,' I said, 'but I don't
know who you are. I must do my duty
and disarm you all.'
" 'German officers are not going to
allow thomselvea to be disarmed by a
common sergeant,' the. kaiser said ang
very goou,' l replica, -but you
gon regulating appearances in the cir
The cstnto of W. T. Farrington has
been appraised at $743.00. This amount
ho had in bank. The appraisers were
W. L. Cummings, Mrs. II. C. McCam
mon and Dr. R. Cartwright.
Tho county court docs not approve
of the final account of tho administra
trix of tho estate of Sarah J.. Petty john.
The court does not approve of tho pay
ment of $130.00 as commission for a
real estate commission, when it is
are going to .remain right hero Until ; thouirht that SS0.00 would have been
the commandant at Maastricht has been I rcagonaiji0. Tho objectors to the final
See our.Library Tables in Mahogany, Gold
en Oak and Jacobean oak. Good Solid Oak
We have just the Rocker you Want. Rockers
for old and young:, large and small.
Call in at
CHOOSE ONE FOR CHRISTMAS
Seats of Genuine Leather and Craftsman
Leather at Reasonable Prices.
Trade In Your Used Furniture
$9.09 UP ,
notified. Tho iirst one who moves will i
bo shot' .
"Ono of my men telephoned the
commandant, who arrived in 20 min
utes. In the meantime, tho men wait
ed, rifles in hand, while the Hermans
walked nervously to and fro. When the
commandant camo up, tho kaiser told
him of my opposition, -paying:
" 'That i a good soldier; ho might
have been a Gorman.'.".
"The 'whole company then gave up
their arms. I knew it was' the kaiser,
but if ho h4 move 1, I would have
shot my last bullet into Mm.'?
The former-crown prince had a' sim
ilar, adventure. Sentries Searched his
motor cars and seized a number of ri
fles and quantity of ammunition. Tho
crown prince did not' want to give up
handsome snorting rif o which had
been presented to him by n lady from
India. Ho finally surrendered it, say
"I'll have to backwater .for the first I
time in my life." , .-;-J,i.;j- ' j
Frederick. William,. is.,, -conversation;
! . if Ulli fl Tt!c? u1"1 nat , should be final,
mcnt has taken steps to prevent their
meeting on Hutch territory.
account wero A. 1). Pfettyjohn, JUzzie
Rowland and Millio Yates and their
objections were sustained.
December 10, 1918, has' been set by
tho county court for tho final hearing
in tho matter of the estato of James
Mnrnaeh & Evan whoso lumber
warehouse with contents wero destroy
ed August 1, It) J H, at Waconda, have
entered suit agnust tho,Royal insurunco
company. Jn tneir compiainr, uiey ai
leiro that thev paid SWo.OO prcuuuin
Julv -8. 1918, for $25,000 insuranco for
one year. That on July 10, 19.18, they
paid tho sanio amount for an additional
$25,000 insuranco. That there was
total loss by firo August 1 1018. That
there was a clnuso in tho insuranco
contract to the effect that in case of
fire and there was. a dissigronient as to
loss, that each side Bhould select one
adjuster and that tho two selected
should choose the third -and that the
award of any two 'of the, adjusters
That the " plaintiff selected Louis
Laehmund and that tho insurance com
pany selected Frank M Brown and that
...,v .l,nnDa mfrt Unnann
and declares that he (or blrc)-i8 the The rlo.Iltilffa ful.th,or allego that
nearest hving relative in the Unite; Mr iVhmund and Mr. Hansen, two
of tho threo adjusters, agreed that the
340 Court Street
Camp Lewis Volunteers
v Will Be Discharged
Tacoma, Wash., Nov. 18. All men
who voluntarily enlisted in the army
wll be discharged at Camp Lewis, fol
lowing completion of permanent organ
lEation, the first step toward demobil
isation, orders for which were receiv
ed today from Washington. The num
ber of training battalions in the de-1
Salem Soldiers To Receive
Gifts If Labels Are Delayed
pot brigade will be reduced to four.
There are now 12.
Two or three thousand men will be
discharged durng the next two weeks,
Tow,,!, nnerto nd linemen will ! Tn0 noa,'ost relative of .1 soldier over
not be released until further instruc- J 8tas maT cur a caitou and the privil
tions from Washington, and men uffer- cge of sending him a three pound Christ
ing from social diseases will not be mas present br appearing after Nov.
20, at thv mailing station of the Rod
Cross at the Portland Railway,- Light
and I'ower Co'g. office and signing
the following statement:
"The undersigned hereby represents
discharged until cured, it is announced.
Journal Want Ads Pay
JOURNAL WANT ADS tAV
States of "tho proposed ' recipient and
that the applicant in the calendar year
(1918) has not made or will not make
any other Christmas shipment to tho
abovy named consignee.?'
Including next Wednesday, cartons
will be issued only on presentation of
the regulation label, but after that dato
beginning next Thursday and ending
Saturday Nov. 80, the carton may bo
secured from the Red Cross and mailed
by 6igniug tho necessary statement.
This morning business opened with
a rush asiiuany who may have received
their labels and carton are preenting
tho carton properly fillod with Christ
mas remembrances, to avoid the rush
that is sure to follow tho coming two
Each day the cartons are collected
and mailed by the postoffice depart
ment and forwaMcd to Hobokcn, N. J.,
wh-jre they are at once placed on board
for shipment direct to 1'rance. ,
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
actual loss by fire had been $15,789.00
and this Iosb was fixed on August 23,
That there was a clnuso in the insur
ance contract that 60 days might elnpso
before any payment for loss be made
That this time had expired aml the in
surancc company had not paid tho Joss
us agreed on by tho adjusters.
The plaintiff asks for $13,789.00 dam
aires and costs of suit, McNury, Mc-
Nary & Keyes represent Marhnch and
Way To Address
Letters To Soldiers
Ju6t to make it clear as to how hit
ters should be addressed to soldiors, the
following form ia shwn. This sample
address is sent out by the Washington
postal officials and approved by army
authorities, Ilero is the frm for the
address and also tha return address:
Mrs. John Doe,
',79 Roo Street,
Sergeant John K. Doe,
Co. D, 03d Infantry,
Amorican Expeditionary Force
Complulnts are being rccwivod by
postal authorities that letters have not
been delivered to soldiors. If the wri
ter would place tho return address on
tlw upper left hand corner of tho en
velope, then if the soldier cannot be lo
cated, the letter will bo returned to the
X'y v (
And An All-
Snrgt. .Arthur Guy Empcy imVilarnph's waster prot?flt,'
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
Raising the Family
"""""The war is affecting the old man nowM
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