Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, December 12, 1918, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    PAGE SIX
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1918.
THE
Man's Gfft
for a Dollar
For the friends you especially want to
please whether they grow, buy, sell
or just ea t food there is one gift that
is sure of a welcome, at Christmas and
all through next year. It is a year's
subscription to
95fe.COOTFRY
GENTLEMAN
It will come every Thursday bringing
not only expert, helpful advice on every
farm problem, and wholesome enter
tainment in stories, anecdotes and pic
tures, but also a weekly reminder of
you and.your thoughtfulness in select
ing this most sensible of gifts.
The first c6py is mailed
by the publisher to arrive
on Cliristmai Eve, with
a gift announcement
beautifully colored, bear
ing your name.
Give me the names of the
friends you select, with
only One Dollar for each
name, and your Christ
mas "shopping" will be
done I
There's No Better Gift for a Dollar
Call ine today
MRS. II. C. HUMMEL
.2340 Laurel Ave. Salem Phone 2097-J
An sufhorlwd mihserlptlon representative of
T!ie Country Gtntlemin The LtuWHome Journal The Saturday Evening Rut
livestock Shipments
Are Seriously Delayed
CltinK cant's where a carload ship
ment of rams shrunk 2,210 pound., and
a carload of hogs .Immk on tliu average
of seven pounds t0 the head as a rosult
of the long delay the shipments encoun
tered at the Btooklyn yards of the
,.pnniern J'acine, fubllo Service Com
GIELS! HAVE A MASS
GF BEATUIFUL HAIS,
SOFT, GLOSSY, WAVY
A Small Bolile Destroys Dand
ruff And Doubles Beauty
Of Your Hair.
Within tea minutes after an appli
cation of l'andoriuo you can uot find
single trace of dandruff or falling
mir and your sculp will not itch, but
what will please you most will be after
a few weeks' usi, when you soo new
ioiri fine and downy at first yea
Imt really new huir growing all over
the se alp,
A littlo Danderlne immediately dou
bles the beauty of your hair. No dif
t'erence how dull, fmletl, brittlo and
"'rnggy, jt moisten a cloth with
landorine and carefully draw it thru
your hair, taking one small strand at a
time. The effect is amazing your hair
will be Unlit, fluffy and wiivyi anil
fcnve an appearance of abundance; an
Incomparable lustre, softuoss and In
tu in nee.
tiot a small bottle of Knowlton's
nnderinn from any drug atom or toi
let counter for a few cents and prove
that jour hair is a pretty and soft as
uny thai it has been neglected or in
jured by careless treatment that's all
--.voii surely can have beautiful hair
ttod lots of it if you will just try a
little anderino.
1 i
lnissionor Corey lias written a strong
letter of protest t0 J. P. O'Brion, fed
eral imintigcr of the railroad adminis
tration for Oregon.
' ' It has required from 15 to "J5 hours
to shop sheep and hogs from Km lorn to
Cortland, and as ninny as 30 hours from
Mt. Alltel to Portland during tho lusl
two weeks," soys Commissioner sCorey.
"The greater part of these delays are
occasioned after tho arrival of the cars
at Brooklyn." '
lie nays tho trouble seems to be in
not getting prompt service in switching
the cms from tlio Southern Pacific
trucks to the O. W, K & N. trucks,
which run into the North Portand stock
yards. Ho asks to have the situation
remedied.
SENATOR JOHNSON
Continued from page one)
knowledge (Init experience in tho Rus
sian siluntion, nfter four months in
Russia, utated over his signature that
tho soviet government had cooperat
ed in aiding the nllis and that he be
lieved intervention in cooperation with
the soviet, government feasible as lato
Us the fifth of May, 1918
I ' ' iJa it true that the American
i government so delayed cooperation
with the Kerenwky government 's pltfu
to Miipport tho morale of the nrmy and
'maintain that provisional government
jin power as to contribute Inigely to the
overthrow of Kerensky and tho success
ixf the bolshevik revolution t "
Johnson deelnrod that though "wo
as a nation have never hesitated to
express ourselves, concerning Russia,
our words are at variance with our
acts,"
Mere Skirmishes, he Says
He declared that in spile of tlis-
AVrtwnU hi- Una iritviiriniii),.! nt nnv in.
cation to intervene in liuasiu, "press
(dispatches have recounted battles and
ishirmishes between Anterior, and Rus
sian soldiers, the taking and re-tnking
i of towns and various incidents iudi
I eating a state of war."
j No public official or member of con
;gres appears to know what this gov
jerntneiit 's policy is, Johiisjn declared,
j "What is tho policy of our nntion
; toward Russia t" Johnson asked. "Are
I wo now engaged in destroying bolsher
;ism. If we ure?, what have we decided
I snail take trs placet Are we again to
UCKHECHT
REG. U. 5. PAT. OFF.
ARMY SHOE
Why accept an in
ferior Army Shoe
whet you can get
tlio standard article
at th t same price or
lea? Ask for the
UUCKTBCHT Army
Shoe and gel hal
you ask for.
Then you're sure
to be satisfied I
Look foe tlis nun
BUCKHBCHT
stamped on th soU
of tvery Shotfor our
mutual protection.
Bhould your deo'ir be unable to supply you,
end his name to tho manufacturers Buck
ingham and Hechk Ban Francisco. Enclose
jrica of shoes you desire and we will have ycur
order filled.
BLACK
GUN f tETAL ,.,,,.1-tTi
INDIAN TAN I" - ' "J
CALF I''' "A
iff
Built sturdy and
serviceable for
Office Men
Attorneys
Physicians
Hiker
Farmers
Orchardists
Motormen
Conductors
Hunters
and others in
every walk of life
-P
M A fj ft RELIABLE PRESCRIPTS
u,v.".u. . i FOR THE KIDNFYS
TO BE FEDERALIZED
War Strength.
For many years druggist : have watch
ed with much interest the remarkable
' .record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's
j Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver
Tfeis Is CcEiingent (to Filling at T.
Of CtmminV Ta Ire Fill . I .SmP-?ot strengthening med-
v wiuihiij mv i iui - jicine. It nelps the kidneys, jer and
bladder do the work nature intended
they fhould do.
Swamp-Rout has stood the test of
At a conference attended by Adju-1 years. It is sold by all druggists oa its
tant General Becbe, Col. V". C. North ! merit and it should help you, So other
and other military men tic very im-' kidney medicine has so many friends.
portant sewg was divulged that" com-1 Be sure to get Swaiup-Rojt and start
pany M, O. N. O., the IocpI company j treatment at onee.
e f the national guard, would be inspect-1 However, if you wish to test this
ed and recognised by the federal au-! great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
thorities immediately. j Kilmer & Co.; Binghamton. N. T., for
This recognition ig contingent npona sampie bottle. When writ;ng be sure
the filling of the eompany to its full jand 'mention the Salem Capital Journ-
war strength of 100 men a.id 3 officers al.
At present there are approximately 851 '
men and 3 officers. Thorefcio it is urg- ..... , ,,
ed unon all who desire to enlist in the atf,i fbat 'ompany M was fully ree-
national guard to immediately affili-! ognized by the state of Oregon on Sen
ate witn company m as tnat unit win tember Soth, ana now lacks Dut rery
I
tew members to be on a basis that will
bo satisfactory to the federal authori
ties and the company officers feel con
fident that the necessary recruits will
be available at ouce. It should also be
noted that when Vo. M is federalized it
is subject to call as a scparuts company
and does not have to wait on the dos-
sible organization of a battalion, regi-
put the Romanoff j up on the thronet.ment or other units.
Do we ek a dio'ator for this atarv-1 The Il(,w federal inspector of nation-
ed laid; Is thcr.' a single faction is! 81 gl,ard ' Col. Voting, commandant of
. . .... win....,..-... , i
rt a smiilo ma i to put into power " "'"' cuarge oi
umloubtedly be the first to be called
to possible duty.
The new policy of the war depart
ment as announced last night is to rec
oxiii.e separate companies immediately
after they have been mustered into
sta'c service and comply fully with the
national defense a;t in regard to
strength, lu this connection it may be
utter lmvo b d thronnh blood to the S. A. T. C. at that institution. Cot
Moscow and Pelrograd; when v.- have ""! Voung will inspect and pass on
biuied our d "ad of cold, of privation the efficiency of Co. M and all other
and of fatigue, and those who wore pi-fonal guard units seeking recogni
slain in battle, are we, with tho Amer- 'ion in this district,
i -an flag flyir? "in the streets of the i Fr infrrmation of the public it
Uussinn capital, to sit up ono kind of should be noted that recognition by
government n. against another kind, i the war department means that nae.on
one set of men against another,- or one 1 al guardsmen so designated are part
limn who com out of tho old regime! 8nl parcel of the defensive and offens
l do not kn .v our policv and know.jv strength of tho nation. They may
no other man who knows 'our policy.") D" called anywhere and used for any
iuruu wucre irirops are nooessarj
N0TIC3 Oi' HEABINQ
of Furl Account
Notice Is hereby given- that the fin-1
al account of Lueilu Darby,' administra
trix of the estate John Darby, de
ceased, has been f ik I in the county
court of Marion coun'y, Oregon, and
that the Gth day of January, li)19, nt
tho hour of 10 o'clock a. in. has bee t
duly appointed by said court for tho
While Co. M now possesses a full sup
ply of lii'h grade woolen uniforms nec
essary to equip 100 men those uniforms
will be returned to the state after rec
ognition and in their . .-. ...a . ...
equipment of the regular rimy infan
tryman will be issued to every com
pany member and this will be elone im
mediately. Full equipment consists of
es, lesEines weolen piuits, blouse
RSvSXJSSr An Economical, Delightful, Light Place to Trade xcS5S55sai
, IT- m 'liill 1. It
heariiiK of objections to such final ao- and overcoat, collar device hat cord,
count aud, tlio Settlement tnerect uti"w "" ""w" icui, mr
which time nnv nersoiiH interested in K't uip, canteen ami rifle. The federal
said estate are hereby required to ap- fc'Overnmoiit has 'uugc supplies of this
pear and show cutis?, if any liey have,
why said final account should not be
allowed and approved by s-iiii court.
Untfd 'November 27, 1!)1S.
fUBIiUA 1'AltBV,
Ailministratrix of the esrntc of John
Darby, deeened. 1 -
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
character and tho requisition for Co.
M will be filled without any dolay
whatsoever in fact it will bo but a few
weelts until Hale.ni will have a fully
equipped com; a:ny and ono that shs
may justly feel proud or,
Tho capitol issues committee lias au
thorized the sale of $200,000 in bonds
for reclamation work at Astoria.
TOMORROW
and
SATURDAY
iillliliiiiiiiiil .
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ok ?.
Cha
Ties
Ray
in
"THE LAW OF THE NORTH"
of those side-splitting James Montgomery
Flagg Comedies
"ROMANCE AND BRASS TACKS"
THE
REG
oN
TONIGHT-ETHEL CLAYTON
in
"THE GIRL WHO CAME BACK"
Ideal Christmas
Presents--
Long Silk Kimonas, made of Best Quality Satins
Fntirplv npw Dpsiotir Plnral Oripnt-al nnrl Porcian rM
Patterns, Cape Collar, Loose Fit, Large Sleeves, I j
ColorsPink, Blue and Lavender. Specially Priced
512.50, $14.90, $16.50, and $18.50
Charming Waists
Charming Gifts
Recent arrivals Just taken from the'r boxes on dis
play for your selection. They are really beautiful.
Artistic in design, and so well made and attractive
that any woman will be delighted with them. Waists
are ideal gifts and it is easy to select them here.
Extra good quality Silk Crepe de Chine, extra well
made, up to date, in various styles and colors, all
sizes; specially priced $3.95 to $4.93
Georgette Crepe in plain tailored and also in novel
ty styles, trimmed with beads; fine laces, also braids,'
various colcis and styles; specially priced $4.95,
$5.95, $6.50, ( 7.00, $7.50, $8.00, $9.00, $9.50, and $10
Lingerie Waists in white only, price $1, $1.50, $2 I
Store Wifl
Close at 6 p. m.
Christmas
Week
8 p.m.
Saturday
St&S&M&i&ftSSalf
Store Will
Close at 6 p. m.
Christmas
Week
8 p. m.
Saturday
416 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
Railroad Employes Will
Face Bootlegging Charges
Bootlegging business took a chance
at Salem last evening rcjultiitg in the
a,..-.,! nf V: CI "RiiHcr. fl brflkemnii on
ono of the through S. P. trains, K B.
Cowles, conductor on the Falls City
S. P. lino, and the usual colored porter
Wno tlgllies SO ireui-uuy in mmoioi
rinff California booze to the thirsty of
Oregon.
Evidence in the case consists of the
usual innocent appearing suit case con
taining as ll inter ueveiopeu sumo
fino whiskey, taken from the men by
deputy sheriff Bert Smith.
From tho evidence, it seems that the
negro porter and tho brakeman- assist
ed in the transfer of the booze to tho
conductor o the Falls City line.
Tho brakeman put up $'-."i0 bond for
hia appearance for a prelim'nary trial
while the Falls City conductor will re
turn this afternoon and nu,ke his ap
pearance. By the time the Southern
Pacific had reached oRseb.irg, Sheriff
Nootlham had enough evidence to ask
tho authorities to hold tho porter. Ho
-.. hsKk in Knlein instead of
continuing his trip to San Francisco.
The trainmen Claim tuey were
accommodating somo frien.is in handl
ing the unlawful stuff. This is the first
bootlegging case brought to light in
Marion county for sevetal months.
Sheriff Needham has the booze.
DOCTOR STANTON
Dennawlogujl
Foot Specialist
CORNS, BUNIONS, rNGROWlNiJ
TOK NAILS REMOVED
Without Blood or Pain or Causing
Soreness or Other Inconvenience.
Chilblains and All Diseases of tho Feet
Cured.
Special Attention to Antiseptics therp
by Preventing Infection.
Appointments by Phone,
ljidy Assistant.
BIS XI. 8. Nat. Bank Bldg.
rhonc 416. . Salem Or
t
AS THE DAYS GO BY INTEREST INCREASES
JEWELRY, CUT GLASS
and SILVERWARE
MAKE SUITABLE GIFTS APPRECIATED BY
MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD. OUR SALE PRICES
PLEASE EVERY PURSE. SEE OUR
SPECIAL
DAILY ATTRACTIONS
SEE OUR BIG SPECIALS IN THIS SPACE
TOMORROW
STERLING SILVER
$3.00 Sterling Sugar
shell $2.00
$12 Set fruit knives....$6
$16.50 Dessert spoons
$l6r5dSaiad'setfor$5'.25
THE CLOTHES QUES
TION Is a serious one in these
times
We Can Help You Solve It
We have kept our quality up
in spite oi all the talk of
scarcity of good wool.
WE WERE PREPARED
And are now showing the
finest of all wool fabrics at
prices you can afford to pay.
See us now about that suit.
Vou have been wanting for so
long, we n save you at least
$10.00.
SCOTCH WOOLEN MILLS
426 State St
Salem
TABLE CUTLERY
$20 24-piece set....$12.50
$21 24-piece set ....$16.50
$30 24-piece set ....$19.50
?2.50 fountain pens $1.50
$1.50 Baby set 75c
$3 Lavallieres $1.50
$2 Butter Knife ....$1.00
$5.50 Ornamental
Clock :. $2.75
$2.50 Sewing set ....$1.25
$4 Ivory back mirror
$2.65
$2.50 Pearl ear'
f '"'S" pi.A
i $10 Dinner Gong....$5.00
Ground Agates .25c
$1.50 Chain knives 75c
50c Silver polish .25c
TOILET SETS
$9.50 Toilet set ......$4.75
$10.50 Toilet set ....$5.50
$12.50 Toliet set ....$6.25
$15.00 Toilet set ....$7.50
ALARM CLOCKS
$1.50 LaSalle for ....95c
$2.25 Flash, for ....$1.65
$2.50 Startle for ....$1.75
MANICURE SETS
$7.50 Ivory set ......$3.75
$8 Sterling $2.50
$12.50 Manicure Set
$6.25
$15.00 Manicure set
$5.00
LADIES' UMBRELLAS
Ladies' colored silk um
brellas, Ivory handles
$8.50 Ones are now$5.00
$10.50 ones now ....$6.50
$12.00 Ones, now ....$7.00
MILITARY BRUSHES
$10.00 Sterling. Comb
and Brush sets, to
day $4.00
$12.50 to $15 Sterling
sets, while they last
......$4.95
CARVING SETS
$9.50 set at $5.75
$10.00 Set at $6.25
W2.00 Set at $7.50
IKILCHRIST & DIRECTOR
A ' T 1 1 i n n n Itm MMMHM I