THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1918. PAGE SEVER NEW TODAY tM JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING UBM W MARION COUNTY-TRY 1M! FOR RESETS mH&SSTIED ADVEETISQfa SATES Bat Pt word New Today: Cwi insertion . One week (8 insertions) On month (26 insertions) 1 5 1T The Capital Journal will not be r sponsible for mor9 than one insertion, for errers in Classified Advertisements, Bead your advertisement the first da; It appears and notify immediately it VTOi ocean, Minimum charge, IS. POTATOES for tale. Phone 80FU. tf WOOD sawing. Call 927; prompt nerv ine. 12-26 WANTED -Work on farm, by .young single man. Phone 1&F4. 12-1 HOUSEKEEPING suite, 2 rooms, nice ly furnished, 633 Terry St. 12-20 FOB SALE 34x4 tire cheap. Monty's jure enop, 10 tt. vom L - 12-18 WANT to sell or trade small business for auto. Inquire 379 State fit. 12-18 WANTED Geese, ducks and turkeys .shooting gallery, 379 State St. 12-18 FOB BALE Few loads of manure snutabio for lawns and rosebushes. Call after 6 p. m. Phone 1366. 12 21 FOR SAIlB 5 passenger Ford. Vick's garage. Ask for Luther Stont, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. 12-18 WANTED Calves of aU kinds. Phone 80F11. tf PASTURE wanted for 2 horses and 2 yearlings. Brown care Journal. 12-24 K0U8E and window cleaning want ed. Phone 1237. 12-20 EARLY f uggle hop roots for sale. J. R Oooper, Independence. 12-26 FOR SAIjE First class second growth fir. Phone 2199. 12-19 FOR SAM) Holly for Xmas decora tion. 2123 North Broadway. 12-19 DORD wood for sale. Phone evenings J093M. - tf WANJiJD Fat thin and fresh cows, latgfsCalveB. Phone 1425M. 12-28 FOUND Jfur Thanksgiving day, five mitea east of Salem. Phone 23F11. 12-18 WOR SALE 1918 Elgin six car or will exchange on modern bungalow. X Y 1& care Journal. tf FOR SAMS Or trade for a, car, 1 house and t lots. Call at Commercial Cider works. Phone 194. 12 23 WANTED Man and wife to work on. dairy rancn. Kteaay employment Phone 273M. , 12-19 WANTED Experienced man for shoe r dept. and general store work. Gate k Oa.. f t i"1?"18 WANfTHD (Ford touring car, 1917 mod el, good condition. Write 2640 Brooks Ave,, Salem. 12-18 FOR BiBNTF a partly furnished rooms, 3 on first and 2 on second floor. 720 K. Church. 12-18 PMS, 25 to 30 lbs., $5; ehoata over BO lbs. 12a per pound. Skyline Or chard. Phone 36F11. 12-19 FOB SALE 4 niiee young Jorsey end Durham cows, fresh soon. 715 South 12th street over garage. 12-19 FOR BENT 2 and 3 room furnished apartments. 491 N. Cottage. Phone 2203. 12-26 WAJJj PAPER 15 cents per double roll upward. Burcn's Furniture Store, 179 Commercial. tf WANTED 20 or more acres of good prune land, to set in prunes on shares May buy on right terms. Y Y care Journal 12-19 OAIjBNDAR for 1919; large figures for practical use. Call on Homer H. Smith, the insurance man, MeCor aack Mdg. 1-15 FOR SAId3 Registered Berkshire pigs both sex, also one full blood Holstein bull calf. tAddress Gojo. Ramsden, Maoleay, Ore. 12-19 FOR SAliE Good five room cottage, finely located, close in, $1550 un furnished, or $1750 well furnished. Box J Z care Journal. 12-19 MT ma do your errands and deliver your Xniao parcels, prompt, reliable aervice. 538 State St. Phone 638. Paul M. Ryan, Prop. 12-24 LOST 3 yearling Shropshire rams, one weara my label. If you find same please call 43F24, J. J. Doerfler. tf OLD paper for carpets, etc., 10 cents per haadred, call at Journal office VAX WELL for aale, $275. Terms. Me chanically perfect. Highway Garage Phone 355. Can 1000 a Om'l tf LOST lack sheep dog, white breast, feet, and nose. Finder please notify East Salem Tannery or phone 2160 M. J2-19 BALED oats and cheat hay for sale, at $23 per ton, Rt. 5, box 92 Litch field. ' tf WANTED Experienced saleslady for general Btore work, ghoes, dress goods etc. Gale & Co. tf WANTED Marc, weight 1000 or 1100, have wagon as part payment or cash. J. F. Harper, Rt. 3. "12-23 WANTED A competent girl for gen eral house work, good wages. Per manent. Apply 890 Oak forenoon. Phone 296. 12-18 BURBANK potatoes for sale, that were grown on hilly land, price 1C. Will deliver 1 sack cr more. Inquire B. C. Zeilinski, Bt. 9. 12-19 FOR SALE 30 early hatch Buff Orp ington pullets, good quality. Price $2.50 each. W. A. Springer, Salem, Rt. 7. , 12-21 LOST Blue Maltese male kitten, half grown, answers name Ratotan, stray ed from Frances Mattie Martin. 'Phone 1050 or 419, suitable reward. 12-M) FOR SALB New Underwood type writer, -will consider trade on an old Underwood.Back spacers put on Un dorwood typewriters. Work gu4n teel. Phone 937. Call 124 6. Liberty it. 12-21 GOVERNMiHNT clefk examinations, Oregon soon. Customs, internal rev enue, income tax, railway mail, post office. $1100-$1800. Experience un necessary. Men and women desiring government positions write for free partictlars, J. Cr "Leonard,: (former civil service examiner,) 1C38 Kenois building, Washington, D. C. 12-21 WILL WOMEN GIVE UP HELD iBY DRAFT MEN What to do with the women who are holding down real jobs for the first time and really doing work that has heretofore been done by men will be one of the great probhms for the council of defense and the labor tr- ganjzations to solve. This developed last evening at the meeting of the county council of derense, the wo man's club and the U. S. labor bureau. As to whether women who have beeu holding down jobs that ordinarily were tnougnt to belong to men w.u cheertul iy lay down, get out and seek domestic service or oilier service, or whether they Will not, is the big problem, as well as that of finding jobs for the soldiers. At tho meeting last ovening, a reso lution was passed supporting the gov ernment in its endeavor to find work for returning soldiers. But as to what will be done with the men who are obliged to give up their jobs for sol diers, and tor the women who do not want to give up their jobs, that is an other question and from the general trend of opinion, is one o: tne most difficult ones. Dr. R. E. Lee Steiner, chairman of the Marion county council of defense, upon being told that the women hold ing down men's jobs would not willing ly quit, was inclined to think that if the women insisted on doing their work so well that the male creation was sure ly up against it. Anynow, tne u. e. laoor bureau, tne Marion eounty eouncil of defense and the Woman's club all endorse the ac tion cf the government in its efforts to secure employment for returning soldiers. SAYS FRISCO POLICE REFUSE HER RECEIPT Sirs. Baldyia Has No Proof Of Amount Of Stolen Mosey She Returned. San Francisco, Dec. 18. Mrs. Lola G. Baldwin of Portland, who effected the capture of Arthur C. Davis, Port land bank robber, today accused the San Francisco police of refusing ab solutely to give her receipt for more than $40,000 turned over to them. The money, which she recovered from Davis, was stolen by him from the East Side bank of Forth: nd. It was in bonds of all sorts, gold, currency and a great mass of small silver piec es. Mrs. Baldwin "today attempted to give the United Press an accounting of money turned over to the poliee, but gave up in despair. "I have absolutely nothing to show for the money I have recovered," she said.."! demanded a receipt from the poliee but they refused it. They refus ed even to allow me to tako the num bers of bonds turned over, saying tncy did not have time that the safe was about to be elosed. I haven't a wrap of paper to show." Will See Thing Through Mrs. Baldwin declared the .would "se the thing through" and demand through the courts, of necopsary that the poliee made an accounting. The reward offered by tho Portland bank included, besides a flat $.0U, ten percent of all the funds recovered. This would amount to over $40U0. The police, according to Mrs. Bald win, said .their books would show the amount of money turned over by her and that it was not customary to give a receipt in such cases. Mrs. Baldwin admitted there was hard feeling between herself and the police and the various (private detect ives who have been searching for Dav is. "'On my demand that the numbers of bonds turned over be noted," she said, "the police started to do this. They Btopped, however, before half through, saying at would take too mucn time. I have turned money over to them several times." "I am very unpopular here," Mrs. Baldwin said several times. She said Roseoe P. Hurst, Portland attorney, would be hero tomorrow and ehe ex perts Hurst to help her. . El IiBEBTY BONDS If you must dis pose of your bonds, we win buy them. 314 Masonic bldg. PLENTY of monef to leu on good fanes; low interest rates; live yean time; privilege to pap $100 or multi ple on any interest date. Call or write H. M. Hawkins, 314 Maeonie bMg. Salem. tf M ACRES of level land for sale or trade. Where yoa have no boose rent te pay; no wood to buy; ae water J to buy, and tf yon Keep cow, no milk or butter to buy. Will take small track or tin ka on ttie deal. B. Lamb, 645 a 17th, Salem. tf 20 BHWABD fof the detection of the thief or thieves who stole the fol lowing ahrubbery from our promisee Sunday night: four Cottone aster witk berries and one Azalea. Mr. and Mrs. D, J. Fry. High and Oak street. 12-19 HAYNES mm? 0AYNESFOSTlSBAKlr3 CO. "If your competitor talks about you put them on your pay roll. No matter what he says just so he talks." Has Held Position Of Assist ant Superintendent For ; Six Years. After six years of service as assis taut superintendent of public instruc tion in the office of J. A. Churchill, k K. Wfllleo tniiav announced that he has tendered his resignation to bo- conio effective tne Iirst oi tne year. Wo Vina rnniirneil t ae.CRDt the DOSltion of Pacific coast manager for tho Rocky Mountain Teachers' Agency oi .Denver Hi tnrritnrir will embrace the ilOlUl western states and British Columbia and Alaska. Rnnm-intondpnt Churchill stated to day that he has named Mr. Welles' suc cessor, but as the new assistant will not tako office until 60 days or more he withhold his name for tne present. Was UOUnty Bupermteuuei"" RufdTn hnflnnnnf assistant siroerin- tni.nf nl mthlin instruction. Mr. Welles was county school superintend nr, TTmntillii Rimntv for eieht years and whilo in that office attracted con siderable attention among school men by his vigorous campaign for better a,.Vinnln Ininrei1 school terms and better pay for teachers. During his term of office the salaries of teachers in nis county were increased on an average of -80 per eent. Ho was elected president oi tno ur egon State Teachers' association and nijn norvprl for several years as so of ficer of the Inland Empire Teachers' association. lor several years ne nas loctured.on educational subjects at sum m sRhoolB at the University of Ore gon and the Oregon Agricultural Col lege. Rinrinninor with the new- year he will open an office in Portland and will de vote big energies to assisting superin tendents and school boards in securing anitnhln teachers and in helnine teach ers to better their conditions. STATE INSTITUTIONS WILL HM PROGRAM Christmas Program Begins With Cantata For Custod ial Children. The state institution for the Feeble Minded has issued an attractive Christ mas program of event to take place at the institution during the holidays: AU programs will be given at the institution and will begin with a can tata for custodial ehUdren Thursday Dec. 19. On Friday, Dee. 20 a cantata will be given for school children and friends. Sunday, Dec. 22 Christmas ex ercises will be held in the chapel. On Christmas day, there will be the dis tribution -of presents in the cottages. The Christmas mens includes roast goose, chicken frieasee, cranberry sauce, vegetable of four kinds, mince pie. coffee, tea and with a des-1 REDUCE YOUR TAXES-PATRONIZE SALEM INDUSTRIES AM) ENTERPRISES 8 Ladies9 Ready- to- wear Coat, Suit andBressSale Our Victory Sale! s THE MOST SUCCESSFUL SALE WE EVER HELD COUPLED WITH THE BIG OFFERINGS IN COATS AND SUITS. HERE , ARE SOME NEW ITEMS $9.98 Special Values up to $20.00 This lot.of SILK and SERGE SUITS in eluding a line of those pleasing and practical MISSES MIDDY SUITS Less h This lot of Dresses is a most wonderful offer SERGES, VELVETS and JERSEYS Velvet and Satin Combinations, and some are fur trimmed on one en 'q tire line n"i Dr aqcaq All this season's jawA wr Furs at Unheard of Prices for Xmas Specials KARIMEE COATEES $30.00 $19.85 BLACK FOX Animal Neckpiece $110.00 $56.65 BLACK FOX Animal Neckpiece. $150.00 $89.85 PLUSH MOLE COATS $25.00 $16.35 . FURS -LESS m 1-2 PRICE BLACK WOLHf Animal Neckpiece $70.00 $35.85 BLACK FOX Animal Neckpiece 1 $140.00 $79.85 BLACK FOX Animal Neckpiece 1 $100.00 $66.85 OSTRICH STRIP COLLARETTE $9.50 $5.85 Waist Special Here are two1, new members put in our VICTORY SALE that will make "XMAS SPECIALS" that will please in price, material and workmanship. ($12.95 ($10.95) $9.65 $7.35 ;'(V Men's .'Section. Replete with everything useful for Men and Boys. Quality merchandise worn by the best dressers in Salem. Let this department solve your gift prob lem for "Him." Santa Is Sure Going Over The Top O - 4 anas oca H-M-m-M-y Bobbie Says: Give 'Till It Hurts Santa The War Is Over! Go the Limit, Santa! DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY. Stores will not be open evenings Christmas week. By action of Business Men's League. You can always do better at JLL v Mooodxgoods kT "Join The Red Cross" Merchandise Orders When in doubt Make your gift a Merchandise order I n it sert of mince pie and fruit and nuts. The Christmas cantata entitled "Santa Clans, Junior" is as follows: Bynopsde diagged Dick learns of the proposed visit of Santa Clans to the home of Anne. While the children are gathered together discussing what they would like to have for Christmas, Bag ged Dick enters with a note from Santa Claue informing them that San ta C'laus Jr., will make the trip in his place. In the mean time Santa Claus Jr., sends a note telling him to arrive an hour late. Christmas eve arrives and with it Banta Claus Jr. He distributes the gifts to the children. But just as he is about to finish, Santa Claus arrives and haa Bagged DMc arrested and hauled off in the patrol wagon for be ing an impostor. Santa Claus leave the children in spirit of joy and gladness and promises to eome again next year. Characters Santa Claus, Margaret S. Santa Claus Jr., Bachel A. Spirit of Christmas, Mary A., North Wind, Anna G. Jaek iProst, Laura T. Children, Pearl P., Nettie H., Dor othy B., Clara S., Mane H., Woncita M., Anna B. Bagged Dick, Kichard S. Anne, Elsie C Fairies, Angelina P., Alice W.t Ra mon a W. Poliecmcn, Francis H., Cecil M. Another Did Day On N. Y. Sock Exchange New York, Dee! 18. The Evening Sun financial review todays says: It was another dull day on the stock exchange, with nothing in the way of news developments to relieve the mo notony of professional give-and-take. Wall .street has settled down, resigned to waiting until a reasonable time aftt the turn of the year when it may be expected results of a reversion to open industrial markets will begin to appear and take form. First Conference Of Peace Delegation Held Today Paris, Vet. 18. Tho first conference of the complete American peaee dele gation will be held at 0 o'clock this afternoon when President Wilson goct to the Cryllon hotel to meet the other representatives. The president's principal conversa tion today, preceding the American con ference, will be with Gabriel Ilnnotaux former French for.ign minister, lie was busy studying reports and data on recent conference. Despite the rain he planned to tuke a motor trip this afternoon. Cardinal Ccrretti, papal undersecre tary of stato today delivered the pope 's message to tho president. It is under stood the pope desires to scuro Wil son's influence In obtaining represen tation for the vatiean at the pease eon ferenco. Mrs. Wilson motored through the shopping district today but did ot leave her automobile. Disclaims Authority. Washington, Doc. 18. Henator Lodge today disclaimed authorship of the ar ticle credited to him in Paris and de clared he had never announced that ho favored a leaguo of nations. "I believe the plan for a league of nations should be considered as a sep arately, not be considered at the peace conference," he said. -"I have written no article for the Matin. "Of course I belicv the central powers should bear the eost of the I.odge explained. "The speech I made last summer re garding poacetermj contained but 12 points. I do not know what Is meant by iny 21st point." An increase of (2,131,887 is noted in Washington's state budget for the com ing year.