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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1918)
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1918.
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Will I QAAII IRF IH1FDF We Want To Reduce Our Stock Before That Time, So Call Your
DILL OL lilDlM. Attention to Our Remarkable Prices on WOMEN'S
We Have Them in Best of Silks and Woolen Materials in Colors and Styles That You Will Be Sure To Like
: Don't fail to take advantage of this opportunity to supply your needs in next few days as they will go fast 1
Note Tfrie Prices C
This is the chance you have been waiting for
Dresses, $9.90, $12.50, and $17.50
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Suits, $12.50, $19.50, $23.50, $27.50
Coats, 17.50, $19.50, $22.50, and $27.50 f
A Sample of t
Way We Buy
EARLY FALL ORDERS ALONE
PLACED BY OUR DRY GOODS AND
Women's and childrens Coats....$333,430.00
Women's suits 54,486.00
Silk, and wool dresses........... 105,352.00
Waists and skirts 212,604.00
Silks and velvets 235,000.00
Dress goods 110,000.00
The above figures are approximate and only
a part of what the total fall purchases of
the ready to wear department were, as re
orders are very much greater than initial
purchase. Buying in such quantities enables
us to undersell.
This year when PRACTICAL GIFTS are to be given more than usual for Christmas, we would sug
gest that you take advantage of the great saving the
Co Penney Company
Will Make You On Shoes
LADIES SHOES with black kid vamp, French
heel, lace, plain toe. Here is a bargain at $2,98
HERE IS A WINNER It has black kid vamp
with taupe colored cloth' top, military heel, plain,
pointed toe with imitation tip. Goodyear welt sole.
Very low price at ..$6.50
LADIES' BUTTON SHOE-Black kid with rub
ber tip military heel. Good medium toe with imi
tation tip $5.90
HERE IS A HIGH CLASS SHOE-Grey kid vamp
with grey cloth top, lace, rubber tipped military
heel, fine toe with imitation tip, :velt sole. An un
usual value at $7.50
LADIES' ENGLISH WALKING SHOE-Black
kid vamp, cloth top, low heel, imitation tip. NOTE
THE PRICE ..$3.25
WORTHY OF NOTE One with black kid vamp
and grey cloth top, plain pointed toe. It will please
you at $4.50
AT PRICES THAT WILL SURPRISE
They have every feature of Coats you will
pay much more for elsewhere
LOOK AT THESE PRICES
$1475 $16.50 $21.50
BOYS OVERCOATS AT $9.90
SURPISE HIM WITH A NICE NEW
Men's Hats at Reasonable Prices
$1.98, $2.49, $2.98, $3.49, $3.98
The famous John B. Stetson Hat
See Our Window For
Compare Our Prices and Mer
chandise! That's all we ask. So much for
the money will not he found outside the f
J. C. Penney Company Store
Frank Conover, formerly of Salem,
died Nov. 15 ut liutto, Montana, lie
enrding to information received in (he
ity. Ho wa9 the only son of H, H.
Conover who was in" tile newspaper
Inimncss in tho city years ago.
Harry Scott writes bis father, J. E.
Scott, that ho will remain in tho lor
vice some time at Joyce, Washington
tint that ho hopes to soon bo assigned
to Vancouver barracks anil Inter be giv
n his discharge.
The nuns of Basil A. Klrsch. la
among todny'a casualty lin's, reported
saving boon killed in action, Ho ia
The fuuoral servicoa of Harry King,
who died in Portland from wounds in
flicted by tho accidental discharge of
his revolver, will be h,dd Sunday jiom
t ho chapel of Webb & Cloujjh. The hour
and other definite arrangements have
not aa yet been announced.
The latest idoag In illustrated books
for children are now on exhibit at tho
city library and will bo iLuwu to tho
young folks aturi'ny mcrning. The
usual gtor.v hour of Saturday morning
has been postponed until lec. 14, but
tomorrow morning Sirs, K. V. Freer will
be present from 9 untij 12 o'clock to
show the new books.
Early In the year the new war say
ings stamps for 1!M1 will be on .sale at
the post office. They are to bo of a
blue color, liotnr a picture of Ben
jamin Franklin, tho man who originat
ed many idea on bow to nave money.
The stamps will be dated M9 and will
become duo in lf-1.
F. 8. Craig is in receipt oi a letter
from his son, Charles t'ralg now sta
tioned at Tours, France, written the
day after the armistice .wont into ef
fect. He notes the great time the Am
erican boys as well as the French peo
ple had in celebrating the practical
closing of tho war. Mr. Craig sent
home four napkin rings made from ma
chine gun shells and flowers he found
in "No man's land." He enlisted in
ithe engineers Thanksgiving day of 1017
Ho was formerly with the office of the
atato accident commission.
A Gold Coin DOt.ftt.o wetaliiiiB four
pounds is on exhibition at the (slate
national bank and considering its size
is a well formed sample. It was grown
by C. B. Hnmish living a Dover, on
the Oregon Electric just a few miles
this side of Albany.
H. Y. Ktrkpatrick, postmaster at
Lebanon was in the city yesterday. Ho
was accompanied by his son, Hugh R.
Kirkpatriek, who is on a leave of ab
sence from the naval aviation school
at San Diego,
John Sunder, Jr., of Scio ia in the
Mr. and Mrs. Geo, K Ompbell and
Mrs. M. M. Miller of Gardner, who are
touring through the country registered
last evening at the Bligh.
Major Williams of tho V. 8. A. of
Portland is in tho city conerring with
military men and also with the gov
Mrs. Klla Watt is in Fetaluna, Cal.
She will spend several months in tho
south visiting friends in different parts
J. E. Peck of Gresham, Ore., is in
the city looking afUr hia business in
terests." Curtis B. Cross went to Albany this
morning on the Oregon Electric.
U. B. Goodin, secretary of the state
board of control is in Portland.
Fred W. Steusloff went to Albany
j this morning.
i Ivan G. Martin will go to Portland
I tomorrow to attend the monthly meot
jing of tho directors of the United Ar
ti.silns. County Superintendent W, M. Smith
and wife are visiting in Fortland.
! J. R. Coleman, in charge of the lo
Ical U. S. employment bureau will go to
'Falls Citv tomorrow to confer with
saw mill owners in regard to labor con
dition JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
Sherman In Bitter
Attack Against Mann
Washington, Dee. 5. In a bitter at
tack against Representative Mann, Il
linois, although carfcully avoiding men
tioning his name, Senator Sherman, of
the same state, declared today cn the
floor oi the senate that he "would take
no instructions from the self-constituted
mouthpiece of the republican party
hailing fiom Illino b."
Sherman's criticism was cintered on
Mann's appeal to republicans to avoid,
so far as possible, criticism of the prcs
ident during his stay abroad. Mann it
generally favored for speakers whea
tho republicans gain control of the
house next session.
Sherman warned the republicans that
tho recent triumph of the party at th
polls would bo lost under wrong lead
ership. "If the republicans wish to fritter
away their majority, they will do SO
by choosing such leaders," he said.
McADOO'S SUCCE3SOR WILL
BE NAMED FIRST OF TEAE
Washington, Dec. 6. Thit a succes
sor to Director of Railroads McAdoo
! would be named before the first of the
year, was the general belief in official
circles here today.
firiMONCY RtfUNDED ASK ANY OHUGGISTl
TO INSTANTLY RELlEVE'v
W-emly We Dance