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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 20, 1918)
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1918.
ou Should Come
And Inspect Our New
X Which just arrived and are the very latest and best I
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xuey aie veij pxeixy cuiurs m uie popular riuer 1
Silk with angora wool trimmings. The prices are I
J7i0, $8.90 $950
Always make acceptable gifts, and we have a good
line that will supply your wants.
You can get them at 98c, $1.49, $1.98, $2.49, $2.98, J
WE KEEP THE QUALITY UP AND PRICE DOWN
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FISCHER. Ait his home, 332 North
20th street, Wednesday morning Nov.
20, 1918, Wililam H. Fischer.
He is survived by two sisters, Miss
Anna Fischer and Mrs. T. J. Kress of
price was from 32 to 35 cents, accord
As yet no funeral arrangements have
BREKSLERIn a city hospital, Nov.
18, .1818, Elmer Bresslor, at the age
of 27 years.
Ho suffered an attack of hemorrhage
a Nov, 13 and was at once taken to
the hospital, but failed to recover. For,
flntA tlniA nflUf lA llAQ Kciltn m..ilf.,riJ I
witn tne alcm Street Hallway and a
the time of his first hemorrhage, was on
the Summor stroot car line.
Ho i survived by his paronts, Mr.
ud Mrs, J. P, Bressler, who live at
Livesloy, end a sister. The mother has
keen sick for several weeks and Mr.
Bresslor also hits been ill and only able
to leave his home today. On account
of the illness in the family, the funeral
tervices will be postponed several days.
, Boy Stavis of Koseburg registered
yesterday at the Bligh.
Dr. J. B. Whito of McMinnville was
in the city this morning.
0. G.Hickoy was a Salem visitor
yesterday from Mill City.
James Watson and O. P, Croshow of
Eoseburg wore in the city yestorday
attending to legal business.
I'rof. Gustav Ebson of Willamette
University was in Portland yesterday
attending a mooting of teachers of
languages un Jor the auspices of the
university oi Oregon extension" div
Major William T. Patten of the U.
8. army registered yestorday at the
11 Around Town
ItHMI MHIIIHHtmHtt IMIIM
Nov. 28. Thanksgiving.
Nov. 30. Election on School
Iec. 1. Elks Annual Mem
orial Services. Opera House
2:30 p. m-
Dec. 11-14 Fifth Annual
Marion County Corn Show.
"The funeral oeautiful."
of $5. In front of the Oregon Electric
depot, facing on State street, the dis
tance is 30 feet from the hydrant on
the corner. Cars are not supposed to
park on High street east of the Ore
gon Electric, between State and Ferry
street. Within the fire district, ears
must be parked at an angle of 30 de
grees, headed right and one may back
a car as close as possible to other ears.
Special meeting of Salem
lodge No. 4, A. F. & A. M.
this evening. Work in the M.
M. degree. Visiting brethren
Now la toe time to place your orders
for rosebushes, shrubbery, fruit, walnut
and ornamental trees for immediate
planting, with the Capital Citv Nur
sery Co., 1030 Chem. St. Phone 75. 11-31
Since the Pacific ocean has almost
been closed to freight traffic on ac-
The Thanksgiving turkey will cost
from 40 to 42 cents a pound. The mar
ket is gradually getting settled and
several contracts have been made by count of the scarcity of vessels, jute
uuaiuis mat nm yvimii mem lu re
tail at these figures. Last rear the
price was from 32 to 5 cents, accord
ing to the bird. . .
Highest cash price paid for fresh
ggs. Midget Market.
I. B. Tnirt.tn af TaArtieW 4a An nf
the champion apple misers of 1 the
coumy ana is entitiorr to oe Known as
such as occasionally he brings to the
Capital Journal office a box of the
finest tiistoing apples ever grown in
uio miianieiio vanoy.
Eexall One Cent Sale. Perry', drug
store Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Nov.
21. 22, 23. 11-20
The Ladles S. A. T. O. club of the
First Methodist church will hold open
house in the churok, parlors Saturday
evening of this week for members of
the Student Army Training Corps and
other students of Willamette Umver
sity. This club includes mothers and
wives hore of the boys over there.
There will bo entertainment and re
freshments at the reception.
I hare moved my offices Into more
pleasant and more commodious quar
ters on the third floor of the U. 8.
National bank building. Dr. O. h. Bcott
Chiropractic-Spinologist, 309-213 U. S.
National bank bldg. tf
The Street Department of the city is
busy now a days hauling off leaves and
in many places, saw dust and bark
left on the street from wood piles. At
tention is called to the fact that it is
contrary to the law for any one to
leave sawdust or bark in the street and
this is as much against tho city ord
nance as breaking milk bottles and
leaving them on, the street. One of
the main troubles the street department
is now having is tho clogging up of
the catch basins with bark and sawdust
Mrs. O. O. Shelburg will hold a fan
cy, work salo Nov. 21st, 22d, 23d, Bur
en's Furniture store. .
Mi', and Mrs. O. E. Trwi!!iger, grad
uate morticians mid funeral directors,
770 Chomeketa St. Phone 724."
It behooves the auto driver to keep
and other materials used in the man
ufacture of grain sacks have become
pretty scarce, as the lute is shipped
mostly from India. Honce the present
price or, gooa oat sacKs is trom 10, to
15 cents and wheat sacks about 20
tf cents. With the opening of the Pacific
n is tnougnt that prices may change
maceriany witmn tne next three months
Dr. Schenk; has now returned from
his vacation and he extends a cordial
invitation to his patrons end friends
'.o visit his institution. tf
Better dentistry without pain. Two
post graduate courses in painless- den
tistry. Dr. Hartley. Phone 114. tf
While there are rumors of all kinds
regarding the Students Army Training
corps of Willamette University as to
whether it will continue in service all
winter, Colonel Youne. commandant.
said this morning that.no special in
structions of any kind had.een receiv
ed and that the work and drill of the
boys1 was going on as usual.
Is an yon can do when
Call Webb A dough
Dance at Chemawa Fri. Nov. 22.
Auto truck leaves Oregon Electric at
7:45. Best music, lunch and refresh
ments; masquerade Thanltwivincr eve
Nov. 27th. Prizes for best dancerg and
Dance at Chemawa Fri. Nov. 22,
Auto truck leaves Oregon Electric at
7:45. Best music, lunch and refresh
ments; masquerade Thanksgiving eve
Nov. 27th. Prizes for best dancerg and
Silver Bell Circle No. 43, Neighbors
of Woodcraft, election of officers Fri
day, November 22d. 0. N. and tlerk.
Frank J. Chapman, manager' of the
Salem Commercial club is in receipt
Reality always surpasses
leave nothing to your imag
ination. They're mild and
rich, fragrant and cool. The
fine tobacco, cooling mouth
piece and mais paper wrap
ping make them the real
vice in France, he was struck in the
forearm by a piece of shrapnel, frac
turing the bone. At the time of writing
the letter, October 5. he was in a hos
pital and hoped to soon be in active
Vester N. Bones of Company F, Camp
Lewis, is seriously ill, suffering from
an attack of pneumonia, according to
a message received by his mother Mrs
W. A. Bones, who lives near the Ore
gon State Training school.
To commemorate the Gettysburg ad.
dress of Lincoln, members of Sedge
wick Post No. 10, G. A. K. met yester
day at the armory. The exercises be
gan with the singing of America, led
by .members of the Woman's Relief
Corps. The Eev, James L'sle, instead
of a prayer, zave the invocation which
was spoken at the timo of the Gettys
burg address. Eonald Glover delivered'
the adilness of the day an was follow
ed by C. A. Houston, r. H. D'Arcy,
Rev. F. T. Porter and Kev. James Lisle
Patriotic songs were suno by the au
dience and a grandson of F. A. Thomp
son, acting commander, recited "The
Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers." i.
A. Thompson as acting commander, pre
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Now Greatly Reduc
ed. ine Best ana
Biggest Assortment. :--c
$1.95 ,$2.49, $2.98,
98c to $2.49
$1.98 and $2.25
Our Prices Always The
Our Prices Always The Lowest
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GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
Mrsl F. A. Elliott, chairman of the
surgical dressing classes of the Bed
Cross announces that the day classes
will begin- work , on sewing refugee
garmomts as soon as materials are re
ceived. The night classes, eulled to meet
Friday evening at 7.15 o'clock will
an eye out- for city hydrants when 01 Rn invitation to attend the organ-
ubout to pafk in the fire dirtrict. For "n i me uiegon jnaniDer at
instance, if on inno'oent person should Portland Dec. 12, 13 and -14. There is
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park a car within less than 20 feet of
a hydrant, and an officer came along,
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T.inOY CO., INC. MflKFRB
NOW NOW NOW
FflMI) RAILWAY, LIGHTS POWER CO.
general feeling among Commercial
club managers throughout the Mtate
that it would be well to organize a cen
tral body to be known as the Oregon
Lnamber or Commerce to handle the
various business problems of the state
that are sure to come up within the
next few years. This is especially true
or tne advertising feature for the wel
fare of the state. Frod W. Steusloff,
president o the club aud F. J. Chapman
manager, will both attend, in adidtion
to other members interested in Com
mercial club work.
Victory dance. Turner Sat. eve. Nov.
23. Salem orchestra. 11-22
Notwithstanding the general eeling
I that within a few months labor will
i not be so scarce, men who can do com
mon labor can earn $4.00 a day in mil!
work at Timber, Oregon. Tie makers
Rt the same figuro are also wanted at
Stayton. All of which indicates that
just at present, there is a scarcity of
THURSDAY 2 PX TO 4 P.M.
SPECIAL MATINEE :
FOR THE ONES DISPLAYING THE SERVICE
STAR OF THEIR LOVED ONES IN SERVICE
IT STARTS ' ' oldwvn ' U
TOMORROW 3JZZZZrr , -vA
A j& Ja
r if ' j7MCILr;:-'fry-1A
work on the monthly allotment of 15,
000 surgical sponges. An invitation
has been given to all auxiliaries to do
their sowing at tho surgical dressing
roomg in tho postoffice building. As
thcro are not quite enough machines, it
is asked that several bo loaned for the
winter's work. With a tew more ma
chines, there will be accommodations
for auxiliary workers during the win
ter. . .
At the Thursday evening meeting o
the local Elks lodge, besides an initia
tion and the "Victory feed," it is-understood
that a lieutenant in the avi
ation corps will bo in the city and will
bo prevailed on by tho Elks to tell of
his experiences in France. He was
wounded two times whilo in the avia
tion service and is now on his way to
duty! as an instructor. He will stop in
Salem just a day or so visiting friends.
Private William F. Wilant of Brem
terton, who has a number of friends in
the city, writes that while in the ser-
GRAY HAIR BECOMES
Serlt. Arihar Guy!
Supported fcr LoU Mra4lth.
Jimm Morritoa m4
Aa All-Star C.t
No Boise In Prices
'TIGHT FOR MILLIONS"
Look Years Younger! Try
Grandma s Recipe Of Sage
And Sulphur Acd Nobody
Almost everyone knows that Snge
Tea and Sulphur, properly compounded
brings hack the natural color and lus
tre to the hair when faded, stressed
or gray. Years ago the only way to get
thig mixture was to make it at home,
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nurcu is mussy and troutiiesome.
Nowadays we simply ask at ant
drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound.' You will get a large
bottle of this old time recipe improved
by the addition of other ingredients
for about 50 cents. Everybody uses
this preparation now, because no one
can possibly tell that you darkened
your hair, as it does it s0 naturally
ann evenly, iou dampen a spong or
soft brush with it and draw this thru
your hair, taking one small strand at
a time; by morning the Rray hair dis
appears and after nnothor application
or two, your hair becomes beautifully
dark .thick and glossy and yon look
years younger. Wyeth's Sage "and Sul
phur Compound i. t 'delightful toilet
requisite. It is not intended for the
cure, mitigation or prevention of disease.
FOR THANKSGIVING '
Extra quality BELLFLOWER apples, solid
pack, box .$1.50
Extra fine NORTHERN SPY apples, box $1.50 to $2
Extra fine SPITZENBERG apples box . . . . .'. . .$2.00
Choice apples, box 75c to $1.00
Oregon's finest apples, well colored, marvelous
f lavpr, box $3
Fard Dates, White Figs, Layer Figs, Sultana Rais
ins, Layer Raisins and Black Figs.
DON'T OVERLOOK THIS FACT
That UMECO COCOANUT BUTTER is ar pure,
sweet, highly nutritious food article. We are now
able to supply any amount from one pound to 1000
pounds, at 40c a pound.
is the product of the Union Meat Company. Fresh
ly Churned, 45c poupd ;
NO CAMOUFLAGE-FISHER'S BLEND j
is a strictly hardwheat flour and will make more and
' better bread than most flour $3.15 a sack. .
Rdtb Grocery Co.
Household goods, harness, wagons, tools,
ranges, heaters, cookstoves, farm ma
chinery, etc. I pay cash or will sell
on commission from stock sales con
ducted anywhere. Phone 510 or 511
Woodry, the Auctioneer.
. DOCTOR STANTON"-
COENS, BUNIONS, INGROWING
TOE NAILS REMOVED
Without Blood or Pain Or Causing
Soreness or Other Inconvenience.
Chilblains and All Diseases of tho Feet
Special Attention to Antiseptics there
. by Preventing Infection.
Appointments by Phone.
518 U. S. Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone 416. Salem Ore.
Yick So Toog
Chinese Medicine and Tea Ce,
Has medicine which will emrc
any known disease.
Own Sundays from 10 a. St.
until 8 p. m.
153 South High St.
Salem, Oregon. PhoM fg
I WANT TO BUY
Your Junk and live you
a sfuare 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 snd junk.
Get my Pricts Before
THE CAPITAL JUNK CO.
The Square D jal House
271 Chemekcta Street