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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1918)
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1918.
Only a Few Days Left To Do Your
You Will Find That The
Will Facilitate Matters for you a Great Deal and at the Same Time save you
Money. You Should note these prices then come and see our merchandise. It
Will Certainly Please You
THESE SUGGESTIONS MAKE PRACTICAL,
USEFUL AND APPRE-
Ladies 'Sweaters $7.50, $8.90. $9.90
Ladies Bath Robes $2.98, $3.49. $4.98
dies' House Slippers, $125, $1.49,
$1.59. $1.75 and $1.98
Childrn's Slippers 69c, 89 c, 98c, $1.10
Ladies Handkerchiefs 19c, 25c, 39c,
49c, and 59c box
Men s Bath Robes $3.98. $4.98, $5.90
Men's House Slippers $1.35 and $1.49
Men's Hose 25c, 35c, 49c, 59c and 75c
Men's Handkerchiefs 12 l-2c, 25c,
35c and 49c
Men's Ties . . .25c, 49c 69c and 98c
SHOES FOR ALL
At prices that please
You Should Look Over our OVERCOATS ........ ....... JJ4.75, $16.50 and $22.50
We have done a wonderful business in our Ready to Wear Department, and
we have a few coats and suits and one-piece dresses left. And it will really
pay you to look them over at :. ........... $ $12.50, $17.50
fj , Incorporated '
: PERSONAL t
..,''. : Hi
B. E. Morton of Eugono is registered
at the Bligh.
II. E. Marty was in the city yester
day from Donald.
Ij. A, Whlttington wns In the city
Jdonduy from Eugene,
Hoed Rowland, who wan In the 8. A.
T. C. of Eugene is home for tho holi
days. Bnpcr.ntondent B, E. Heath of tho
Oregon Eloctrio was In the city yester
Uustav Anderson of Willamette uni
versity, who was in the aviation ser
vice, has returned t0 tho city. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Ohrlslonson
and bnby Marguerite of FittvUle, Cal
if., arrived in this city Suiuluy morning
and will make holiday visits with hela
tive in Kalem and Portland for a
The six months old baby of Mr. and
Mrs. B. E. Mnthcy of Brooks was bur
ied Sunday at the Pioneer cemetery.
The baby died last Saturday.
Highways Rapid Transit Auto service
to Portland and way points daily, leav
ing Salem at 7 a, m. itone orders ev
ening before, 137 S. Com 'I. Phone 663.
COX To Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Cox,
Nov. 22, 11)18, a daughter. Blio has
boon named Bertha Juno. Mr. and Mrs
Cox live On tho Silvcrton road.
FIEBEB To Mr. and Mrs. Charles A
i'iober of Shaw, December 2, 1918, a
Potzel To Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fotasol,
living near (juinaby, Dec. 10, 1018,
8ho has been named Elsie Grace,
WKNLOWSI To Mr. and Mrs. Henrv
Woslowsi, of tho Garden road, Dec
12, 1918, a daughtor.
fciho has been named Martha.
SIEWEHT To Mr. and Mrs. Fred J.
Hie wort of Saloni, Dec. 17, 1918, a
She has been named Opnl Lorine.
Dance Mooao hall Wed. night.
Relax sad rest In the dental chair.
Dr. Hartley fills and extracts teeth
without pain and corrects diseased
gums. Moore bldg. Phone 114. tf
On account of influenza at McMiim
ville ,tho annual meeting of the West-
UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
W. O. McADOO, Dlrector-dcuornl of Railroads
BOl'THBRN PACIFIC RAILROAD LINES NORTH OF
Changes In Schedules
Tuesday, December 17th
No. 23 for Eugene leaves at 10:16
No. 15 for California leaves 11:10
No. 17 for Eoseburg leaves at 4:05
No. 13 for California leaves at 10:03
No. 53 makes connection at E
No. 8 for Portland leaves at 9.12
No 18 for Portland leaves at 2:00
No. 4 for Portland leaves at 0:50
No. 14 for Portland leaves at 7:45
a.m. instead of 9:42 a.m.
ajn. instead of 10:58 a.m.
p.m. instead of 4:18 p.m.
p.m. Instead of 9:33 p.m.
ugene for Coos Bay.
a.m. instead of 9:13 a.m.
p.m. instead of 1:20 p.m.
p.m. instead of 4:00 p.m.
p.m. iustead of 7:55 p.m.
' 4 E EB LEB ANON LINE: .
.No. 74 for Oeer and Lebanon leaves at 3:50 p.m. iustead of 3:10 p.m.
ASK NEAREST AGENT FOB PARTICULARS
JOHN M. SCOTT,
General Passenger Agent.
ern Walnut ' association, scheduled for
lias ween, tins been indefinitely post
poned. Knight Percy, secretary of the
association, yesterduy sent out word of
35 eta per pound paid for No. 1 tur
keys. Midget Market. 12-19
Dance Moose tall Wed. night.
Community Silver, 9 designs to se
lect from at Gahlsdorf'g store of house
wares, 135 N. Liberty.
Dance Moose hall Wed. light.
Cottone asters and azeleas were stol
en from tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
J. Fry last night. The shrups were dug
up ana then tho ground carefully cov
ered over. Mr. Fry is of the opinion
that as tho plants are rare, some one
stole them for tho purpose of selling
nnu for that reason is today advertis
ing a $20 reward.
Dr. J. O. MatthiB,0 associated with Dr.
II. J. Clements, office 4V410 Snlera
Bank of Cam. bldg. Office tel. 573;
res. 1705 South Fir St. tel. 590. 12-27
Dance Moose ball Wed. night.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fry have received
word from their son, Orris J. Fry, that
ho arrived in Now York city, coming di
rect from the navy air station at Lough
Foye, Ireland. Mr. Fry enlisted in the
navy last May for a term of four years
and will be home for Christmas only
on a furlough.
Will ship Thursday, Dec. 19. Call
floo. W. Kyro, phone 2206M. 12-18
WOodry is the man who pays you
well. Phone him if you have anything
to sell 510 or 511, 12 21
There should he no trouble in secur
ing farm hands, according to the num
ber applying at the Commercial club
yesterdny. Four men were willing to
take almost nny kind of work. They
wero referred to the TJ. 8. labor bureau
with offices on State street.
All Around Town
l A A A J. A. A A A. A A
r W V W W W
"The funeral oeantifuJL"Webb ft
CLongh Co. tf
"The best" Is all yo can do when
death eomes. CU Webb Cloagh Co
ttons 120. U.
Dee, ' 16-21 Fifth annual
Marion county corn show, 141
Dee. 30. Second election on
Jan. 7 Annual Cherrian, ini
tiation and banquet.
. Jan 13 Legislature convenes
Carpenters union will have smoker
Doe. 19,' after business meeing. Full
attendance desired, by order of com
Attention Maccabees. Special meet
ing Wednesday night. Election of offi
cers. Full attendance requested. H. T5.
Marvin, R. K. 12-18
35 eta. per pound paid for No. 1 tur
keys. Midget Market. 12-19
The fifth Marion county corn show,
at 141 North Commercial street, will
bo ready for visitors tomorrow. It gen
erally requires about two days for tho
placing of exhibits but it is thought
that bv tomorrow afternoon, everything
will be properly placed.
Salem bread supports Salem's payroll
and in turn tho asks the support of 8a-Ioju-
Too should buy Salem bread only,
To represent the teachers of Marion
county in the state convention to be
held next week in Portland, at the
teachers' convention hold last Saturday
the following dolegates were elected:
Miss Jessie U. Cox, of the Salem high
school, H. S. Dunlap, principal of the
Washington junior high school of Sa
lem, Miss Emma Ristow of lar.51e
Grove, Superintendent Youoli of Silver-
ton and W. J. Mishlor of Woodburn.
High grade, genuine furs for Christ
mas gifts at special prices. West Fur
Co., 217 South High St. tf
Lunch counter opposite 0. E. B. B.
depot. Good lunches, M. J. B. coffee.
Lady waitress. Open from 6 a. m. to
12 p. m. 12-30
It is the little things that count. In
the office of the county recorder at
the court house there has been for the
past year or so a' small wooden b.ox
on the counter, with tSie printed invi
tation to contribute to tho Red rCoss.
Yesterday Mrs. Mildred Brooks hand
ed the box to the Red Cross and the
pennies and nickels and dimes figured
up $8.50 for the good cause.
I have moved my offices Into more
pleasant and more commodious quar
ters on the third floor of the U. 8.
National bank building. Dr. O. L. Soott
Chironractic-opinologiBt, Aw-Zli U. .
National bank bldg. tf
35 cts: per pound paid for No. 1 tur
keys. Midget Market. 12-19
Dance Moose hall Wed. night.
Up to 10 o'clock this morning the
sum of $3137.79 had been received from
the Red Cross membership campaign in
Marion county. As thor is supposed
to be about 10,000 who have been mem
bers, .there is a feeling that member
ships are not coming in quite as fast
as they should if the county is to raise
its quota. m
Salem bread is freshest and best, tf
All day yesterday and today there
has been a long line of pooplo waiting
at the staml- window of the post office
sending packages. Postmaster Hucke
soin says that packages . aie moving
earlier this year than last. 11 o also giv
es the warning that unless packages
and letters for the east are mailed
within a day or so, they will arrive
about New Years instead of Christ
mas. Build np Salem's industries by sup
porting those on the ground. tf
Sedgwick Post No. 10, O. A. B. at its
last regular meeting elected the fol
lowing officers for 1919: F. A. Thomp
son, commander;. J. M. Watison, sen
ior vice commander; Henry Pasc,oe,
junior vice eommnnder'; Dr. D. F. Lane,
surgeon; Rev. James Lisle, chaplain; E.
Stolz, quartermaster; C. A. HouBton,
patriotic instructor; E. L. Briggs, of
ficer of the day; D. M. Wilson, out
The Bev. F. J. Porter has accepted
a call from the Lineoln Park Christian
church of Tacoma and will assume his
duties at once. Mrs. Porter will join
him within a few days.
C. E. Enowland, chairman of the
Christmas cheer Tommittoe of the Cher-
rions, says that the children will be re
membered as usual this year and that
he has appointed a committee that will
carry on the work. With Mr. Know-
land and Watt Shipp, the following
have been assigned the pleasure of ear
ing for the youngsters: E. A. Kurtz,
Oliver J. Meyers, B. O. Sneiling, Lester
Davis, Elmo White, D. M. Miles, L. W.
Gleason, Sam A. Koser, B. W. Macy
and Walter Winslow
At the meeting last evening of those
interested in the organization of a sec
ond Oregon National guard company
tho opinion was expressed that Salem
was large enough for two full sized
companies, especially as it is gonerally
folt that within a few months tho Ore
gon guard companies of Salem will be
mustered out. No definite action was
taken as the meeting was for a general
expression of opinion. However, it is
felt that Salem will have a second com
pany and to go more definitely into de
tails, another mcotig will be held at
tho nrniory next Monday evening.
Another worker for the Bed Cross Is
wanted by Mrs. John A. Carson. It
seems that for some reason those as
signed to Bolicit for Red Cross member
ships in that part of the city from the
Garden road north to tho city limits
and from Capital street cast to the city
limits did not show up nor have they
yet reported. Hence Mrs. Carson wants
volunteers t'o tke up tho Red Cross
work in that section of the city. Those
willing to help might telephone Mrs.
aCrson at 95.
Everyone with some special idea as
to what Bhould bo proper legislation is
asked to meet Wednesday evening with
the five representatives from Marion
county and the two senators at room
416 Masonic Temple for a general dis
cussion. While the delegates have sev
eral ideas of their own ns to what the
We Must Sell Out
We will save you 50 cents on your dollar if you do
your Christmas shopping at
The Farmers' Cash Store
A Sample Price of a Few Items :
Good quality hard wheat flour : $2.90
Good Valley Flour .'. $2.75
10 pounds of Sugar $1.00
Fresh eggs, per dozen 65c
Package, 15-oz., raisins 15c
12-oz. can Royal Baking Powder 38c
Quart Wesson Oil 74c
Pint Wesson Oil 39c
2 oz. Vanilla : 23c
2 1-2 oz. Lemon extract 24c
Large Crisco -- $1.S5
3 pounds reliance coffee ; 95c
Economy Coffee, pound 19c
Best Japan Rice, pound 10c
White beans, pound 9c
2 pounds Dry Italian Prunes -23c
Alaska Herring, each :. 5c
Best English walnuts, almonds and brazil nuts
mixed, per pound 32c
Large quantity of mixed candies at the lowest pos
sible price. Also big bargains in dry goods, shoes
Best Oregon potatoes, 2c pound; 100 pojnds....$1.60
Best selected onions, 2c pound; 100 pounds $1.50
Sweet Potatoes, per pound 5c
Cabbage, per pound - 3 l-2c
This will continue until Christmas only. Orders of
$2.00 and over delivered free of charge. C. O. D.
Orders accepted over the phone.
Farmer's Cash Store
151 High Street Salem, Ore. Phone453
In keeping with our policy of
never carrying over from one
season to another, merchandise
in this department, we are plac
ing all our Ladies Suits on sale
at unheard of prices
Ladies Suits, value to $22.50 now .... . .'. . .$1150
Ladies Suits, value to $25.00 .no w .$14.90
Ladies Suits, value to $40.00, now. ....... . .$24.50
ladies Suits, values to $50.00 ,now !.
Our Prices Always The Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
country need, yet it is of an open mind
and is quite willing, to receive sugges
tions. In fact, it is barely possible that
the Marion county delegation will uoid
several meetings just to learn definite
ly what the people of tho eounty want
in tho way of new legislation. The one
tomorrow evening is the first and wo
men as well as men are invitod to tako
part in offering suggestions.
The total value of assessed property
in Marion county is $42,876,441, as
shown by tho books of Ben F. West,
eounty assessor and by the public utili
ties properties for which tho state tax
commission places valuations. This is
an increase of $831,410 over the valua
tion for 1917. Last year the corpora
tion roll was $5,211,861, while this ycuc
it is $5,.?65,441. The corporations in
Marion county ro thug taxed !,)
more than one year ago, the balanco of
the increaso being from tho locul.tux
Thursday evening of this week is en
tertainment evening for members of
the Elks lodgo and already it is an
nounced there will bo several initiations
and a luncheon served to top tho eve
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
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ROSTEIN & 1
Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs, Nice Big Assortment
pre-war prices 25c. ' Other Handkerchiefs from
2 l-2c to 50c.
1 oo Bargains
Nice Real Table Linen, yard $1.25, $1.50, $1.90, $2.50
and $3.25. t
Best mercerized table cloth, 2 yards wide, only 90c yd t
35c, 50c, 75c
15c and 25c
35c, 50c, 65c,
38c to 75c
Men's dress shirts, new patterns $1, $1.25, $1.35, $1.75
Men's Fiber silk socks, good quality. Bar brand 50c
$1.00 and $1.50
ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS FAST COLORS AND
mere is a reason. iij