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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1918.
t'StW An Economical, Delightful, Light Place te Trade KqffiWWS3Ssa
Christmas Blouses at Saving Prices
representing a lot of ser
viceable and characterful mod
els that were bought advan
tageously and which will, as a
matter of course, be sold advantageously.
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Timely, indeed, is the arrival of this group of splendid blouses, for each and
everyone of them possess a two-fold merit, namely, that it will answer as a
sure-to-be-welcome Christmas Gift, and that it represents a very substantial
savings to the purchaser.
SPECIALLY PRICED AT $3.95 ASD $4,95
As to the styles, they are neat, simple, effective and assured J y correct;
just the kind and type of Styles that the times demand and that v ill unques
tionably appeal to the recipient. As to the fabrics, they are of Crepe de
Chine of superbly good qualities.
These blouses come to us as a result of a fortunate co-operallve arrange
ment made several months ago, whereby we obtained the advange of the
lower prices on the silks and of numerous other economies including the elim
ination of all selling expense.
The Styles Are Sold Here Exclusively ad Cacrot Bo DtipTi ;atoi
BOTOTO INTENDING CUE BUYERS
7 H. r. Boaesteele service to anr one of the different
After deciding to get a ear, decide ! raodela,
that you will bur the car and bnv it I Try and select a ear that will not
on its merits after a thorough inves-106 out of Ante in a year as you do not
tigation, and then you will not be is- w o oe' mat your car is a back
fluenced by some smooth salesman, "amber inside of a year, and if you
who elaima to have the only and most BUOUln w"n o W discover that it
wonderful ear made (there are sales! bad depreciated about 50 per cent in
men so smooth that thev eould sell fly T"lu0 80od indication of the real
traps at the North Pole' or Mackinaw; VB,ue cf 11 f" is ,he Pric that i"
at the Equa'or) a good many hare!brinK fter lt nM been, driven ten or
bought these kinds of cars, and then:111"1; ausna mues.
wanted tn trade them ott in l i Br investigating this point tou will
six months and find to their sorrow that; find tnst "m nav depreciated
they have depreciated forty or fifty;" or ou Pr ce" wnlle otters have
per cent, and that no one wants them. not depreciated more than 10 or 15
Buy Tour car from a manufacturer Per eent n(l thl ouRn' to give a pret
who n known to build a car on honor. tT good idea about which ears have the
one that is an ' honest-toeCfldBese","1 ''
car from the ground up; a car that coa-'. gf5 the present and future
I tains food material throughout, one P"ce or airrerent maaes of automobiles.
that has been sold at the right price atL 1U"!H'1 "nuaemro oi nuiua wno
all times. Buy the car from a maaufae-i11",9. limi in giving tha
turer who thinks of his reputation, and P"bhJ fuU TB,ue their money, and
takes a real pride in the car that he, . "i""""'"1
is turning out.
First of all, decide cn the size of car
that will meet your requirements the
five passenger car will meet the re
quirements of ninety-five percent of the
average families. Careful observation
future business more than the extrt
money that they might make during
the war by profiteering, have advanced
the price of thoir cars, only as they
were compelled to do ao by the higher
cost of material and labor, therefore
eration is the make up, durability, com
.fort, cost of operation and upkeep cf
a car- In testing different makes of
jais for comfort, speed and power, be
jsure to have them driven over the same
'road at the snmo speed with the same
load in them.
The make-up of a car, nomatter
what the price is. should be gene over
very carefully. .Note the frame, axles,
bearings, body, top, and last, but not
least, the upholstery. See that there are
noimitations that everything is
genuine. " An imi ation leather up
holstered car may look niee when you
buy it, and in six months you would
be ashamed of it, wliT a :ic
leather upholstered car will kok rice
and bo nice when several yr rs old. The
same applies to the finish of tho body.
Home finish can be polished when two
or three years old and look nearly an
triht as now, where others will lnuk
IsttfrtmijlftttftWSff ' dcad tftcr b""8 "30(l Bix month'- The
, best and about tho only way to deter-
i f jminp thoso fear that have a good fin-
, ish and those tha1. have not is to look
at the different makes of cars that
have been used a year or two, and soe
shows that four passengers is the aver-lne' ann.ot auce tne jnce or their
I age load. Hundreds of miles are "tra- reprice or latior ana material
jveled with only one or two people in a h" bfe? "duced, and with the unpre-
ear, but when occasion requires it, any eedentei demand for steel and all ar
'good, substantial five passenger car, Mcles made. fron? in thl. and for-
with careful driving, will carry .ix, ei8" ou1nirl, there seems little proa
, even seven, persona. ,pect of labor and material being lower
After deciding the size of the car you Ior 'r. Bl ,e"st' w,Jn
; intend to buy, the next, and the most 7. aar a?te. of foodstuffs of ell
!n..i.n) hinn. intn a. cioming me acmana win un-
416 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
'for a year at least, in fact
doubtedly be greater than it has been
and tho price is more apt to be higher
than lowor for tho next year or until
another crop of cereals and cotton has
been harvested, and as long as the
price of food and clothing is high the
price of labor and material is very apt
to remain the same, so it would seem
that there is little or no chance of the
automobiles, (that were advanced in
orice only t0 cover the extra cost of
ATTEMPT TO REPEAL -ALL"WARMEA8URES"
Senator Borah Makes Appeal
For Return Of "Untaint
. ed Democracy.
; By L. O. Martin
(I'nlted Press Stuff Correspondent.)
Washington, Dec. 10. "Wliile Amor-io-u
ub" ad, In tho person of President
Wilson, is working for world democracy
A i-1. -Hen at hiii :),. .brought oongroM,
mist work fur u return to doinocratio
democracy, untainted by arbitunr
Mollimb mid measures held necessary to
of the vital forces of the body,
depleted in tho struggle with acute
disease, depends not upon super
ficial stimulation but upon ade
quate nourishment. The body
needs to be nourished back to
utrength and power.
a pure, wholesome tonic-food,
absolutely non-nlcoholic, tonej A k
and itrengthen by nourishing the
whole system -hoe!y, blood and
nerves. Nourish your body
back to strength with SaatfB.
fccglt & Itownt. El oti'.lVd, M. .
a war," Senator William Borah.
In this statement is summarized the
purpose behind tho attempt at immedi
ate repe-ul by congress of certain "war
mcusiircs. " This group of men, though
not working under n contested pluu,
Htrives for common aims, lncludl?
Full restoration of the right of free
. Kuuupture ''v the American press of
its right of free and open disensaiou
of public men, public policios and ra
. Further democratization of congress
Amplifying this thought, Borah siiii!
Put Aside Arbitrariness,
"The war is over. Tho true test of
democracy is whether when war onto
demeieiuey can get back to purely dem
corn tin principles. Can it put behind it
arbitrary methods and measures sup 1
posed by some to be essential to a war
"it should and it can do so if the
peoplo so will.
"1 am in favor of wiping from the.
statute books every arbitrary me-astire
and every Imperious precedent of war.
I want them to be forgotten as prece
dent and to be eliminated from our
political system. .
"I shall offer moro bills for repeal
lng certain statutes just as fast as we
can get to them,"
llinah's reference t() "more bliJi"
Imd to do with his bill repealing those
portions of tho espionage net which per
mil the postmaster general to say what
cannot go through the mails.
Would Repeal Espionage Law.
He intends to follow this mensuro
with a repeal of the whole espionage
law on the ground that such a measure
has no place in a democracy in time of
Senator Heed, another of tho group,
said today, "the slate should he spong
ed clean," of all laws "necessity for
which sprang from the war emergen
Johnson of California, Polndexter of
Washington aud othera echoed Borah's!
views. They are tho leneling membeisl
of the group behind Borah's plan.
Theso senators and others are in nc.
com wun senator JMorriB in ins attaca they will tako a bright polish, or
on tho ancieut "law of succession' i,avc a finish. And bo sure and
which settles tho chairmanship of every
. HEALTH BOARD FORBIDS
When a fair slioppor told a e-uy
health officer that her sneeze had beea
passed by he"r physician, he ordered her
to return homo and later called on her
to see that she had obeyod orders. A
good precaution for snookers is to take
PUKOLA Influenza Tablets when tho
fust sneezo starts. Thoso tend to pre
vent tho "Flu" by allayinf its syiuj
uso PUROLA Cldorozin.
examine some -ar with imitation leath
er upholstery that has been run a year
Gears and Bearings
Note the sizes of gears in tho dif
ferent cars-and be Bure that the car
you purchase1 has good, subs antial
gears. Bee if' the ring or large differ
ential gear 'is straight or holical cut
(a helical cut gear is noiseless and so
much stronger than tho straight cut
that they aro seldom, if ever, broken.
Also ask tho dealer to show you the
transmission gears, and find out not
from tho dealer, but from owners of
Andy used to bug
the biggest plug
for tte money
'till one day Barney gave kirn a chew of Real Gravely,
It was an hour or more swers Barney. "This
before Andy said any
thing. "How much
longer does this Grave
ly hold its good taste?" -he
says. "Two or
three little squares last
me all morning," an-
class of tobacco lasts
so much longer it costs
no more to chew it than
ordinary plug costs."
- further thtt'i wiy ym
m ff tht tJtmst this, clan
feimrf witktut txtra ml.
'Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in 3 pouch
Woodborn Boys Killed
On French War Front
Woodburn, Or.. Dec 18. Word has
been received of the death of another
popular Woodburn boy in France,
tugeno Dayle Johnson, son of T.
Johnson, Southern Pao'fic agent here.
uayle, who died in a French hosmtal
October 2 of wounds received while.
in action, left here last year for Prance
with company I, of Woodburn. He was
one of last year' graduates from tha
w oodburn high school.
Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Ailemau re
ceived a telegram frcm the war de
partment Sunday t' at their son, Cor
poral Carl P. All aa ws reported
killed in action in France Octobor 31.
labor and material) being any lower Corp()raI AllCTna!I wag a membw 0I
in less than 10 months or a year.
The manufacturers however that an
company 'B, 1st field battalion, signal
, " " j 7 eorpg. He loft here with company I.
V""' v """" 3d inf
cost of labor and material) on account
of the war and the shortage of cars, and
the faci that their production was cut
down, were profiteers, and as soon as
the armistice was signed they com
menced to drop their prices
Tho sudden drop in the price when
there had been no change whatever in
3d infantry, and h"il served in Mexico
with tho same company. He leaves, be
sides hia father and mother, throa broth
crs, Homer in Montana, Oranvillo in
France and Dewey at home.
BIGGEST ARMY MOBILIZED
Portland, Or., Dec. 18.-
tho price of labor and material, is posi--army ever organized in the Unite
tive proof that their last prico was a tates as being mobilized here. It con
very much inflated price and that they "'3la "."";,uuif laiiynug, wno
Dr.- Numata Says Japan
Is Near Class Struggle
Seattle, Wash., Dec. 18. "Japan is
cfn the even of a class struggle, al
though the government is doing all in
its power to avert it."
This was the comment hetetoday of
Dr. Cegura Numata, sent here by the
Japanese sovernment to investigate for
three years the possibilities of adapt
ing moving pitcures to educational pur
"The agitation of the poor and the
middle classes is not against tho gov
ernment," ho said, "but agnirst the
rich, who have increased their wealth
and vaid out very little to the publie
in (ho form of taxes."
Results Aiffloarxd Of
Election To Assembly
Copenhagen. Dec. 18. Workmen 'j
aud soldiers' congress, according to a
Berling dispatch, has announced the
following results of elections ef dele
gates to the national assembly:
Anhalt Twenty-two majority social!
uu . 8 "" against the aphides which have been! Mecklenburg--8ixtecn liberals, three
ill ists, twelve demoerata, two peoples pnr-
thoy expected to
rork off at tho in-
causing great slaughter in the grairl , handif raftsmen, two socialists and one
fields of Oregon and Washington. peasants' league. ,
Captain Byars Writes Of
iV M.nn.l. i. U IS 4.kA le.tM
.in rllblntu f!l1n,.n,,tnt t !. .""' ' 1'"- UUJ "
...ii j - i ihad to put in any new gears of any
,W'.U ""'r- iul " B"'B'''kind. Also find out from car ownors
about tho bearings in the car you ex
pect to buyj' whether they have had
I to have them replaced or not.
C Af r r i i starrer ana ignition
deiTlCe Ut tnllSteU Men I 0t 0 f important things on
a oar is tae starter anu igninon sys
tem. Investigate this thoroughly. Find
out from owners of tho car you nro in
vestigating what thoir experiences
have been with them. In investigating
this point, note whothor the starter
is a noisy or a quiet one. Also note if
it, turns tho -motor rapidly or slowly
You do not realizo the importance of
a good reliable starter, until you have
experience with one tiat fails to start
and you have to "Tin Lizzie it."
Durability and TJp-keep
While von can get a good deal of
(Jcn.nnd Mrs. W. H. Byars are in
receipt of a loiter from thoir son, Cap
tain Alfred H. Byars, who is a sur
geon in the 81st field artillery, S;h di
vision, V. 8. A., A. E, F. Ho writes
"The weather is cold and clear but
coats sieiu to have no effect as I am
never warm except when near tho fire.
Manila and feet are the hardiest to keep
"This i9 an experience that I am suro
everyone) is going through the process . ,-f,,mtiI1 ,; nin(. from the
win come out better morally and phys- "dealer, if he is reliable and trustwor-
lo.aiiy tut well as mentally, lou would thv. the most accurnte wav is to ire!
bo surprised at the good nature and en- it from several users of the ear. Do
durance of our enlisted men. They are not stop with inquiring from one or
renuy wonders and l aUmiro them nil two get it from ten or twelve then
Wo aro still on tho move and must grab strike an avorage. Ask the car owner
any chance for writing." . the following questions
How long havo you had yonr car!
This "will be the Merriest Christmas the world over in ma ny years. And all
feel more like giving than ever before. But care, taste, judgment and econo
my should rule, and there's nothing more appropriate to give than
EXPERIENCE DURING THE "FLU"
isfuction. 35c and Gjo cans.
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HOW OUIt rSOLDIBRS ARE MUST EKED OIT The boys who re being mustered out of the federal service at
t'ump Iix are here shown turning over thoir guns and equipment to the supply house. In a short while practically-
all training camps in the country will release their men. : :
What has been your expense for re
. . ' . . ... How often, have you been c-ut the
BOLA Medicated Muter, a powerful, , , f airgt
r""' " ,)90.ro'."t P?ul,ll'e- ""JAW- How mB-n mUpa d0 yotJ g,t to the
Over what kinds of roads do you
travel level or hilly t
What is tho average load you carry?
What is milVago on tiresl
At what speed, do you usually drive?
(Too much deMiendenoe must not be
placed on the answer to this question,
for some peoplo ere fined for speeding
when they say they are only going
fifteen miles per hour.)
The Dealer and 3-irrlce
Few people realise tho importance
of buying from one who is known to
have tho car owner interest at hear.'.
Find out the general reputation of tho
deler. Ask him tn show you tho parts
he carries in e'ork. See what kind of
a service shrp he has and what class
of mechanics ho employs. Find out
what kind of aorvice ho gives. (Find
this out by inquiring from ear awn
era.) Also find out if tho car you in
tend to buy is represented in all par's
of the United States and Canada, as
it is possible you may wish to make
a trur. and you will find it very con
venient in touring to find yonr car
re 'presented wherever yon IfO, thai
you fan get any extra or part that
you might need in case of an accident.
end be able to ge' fixed up and be on
your way without unnecessary delay.
Many times people have been delaved
several days in out of the war olaee
while they were awaiting parts to eome
from a distance because the car they
were drivingi was not represented in
that section, or. because it was one of
several different models made by the
same eompany, and it was impossible
for the dealer to carry an adequate
supply of parte to give satisfactory
Shoes and Slippers
FATHER, BROTHER or "THE MAN" would
appreciate a pair of our shoes or slippers.
LOOK! Young men's brown English lace, Neo
lin soles, $7.00. Others at $8.00, $8.50, $9.00, or
A Stetson, the highest grade shoes at $12.00
Fine black gun metals, in either English or
round toes, at all prices, from the fine highest
quality Stetson at $11.60 down to a good neat
1 appeanng shoe of good service a $5.00.
OR MAYBE "HE" WOULD LIKE A PAIR OF COMFORTABLE SUPPERS.
The all-leather come at $3, $2.50, $2, $1.85, and $1.75. The felt slippers sell for
$2.25 down to 95c. Mother, sister or the other fellow's sister would like a pair
ot those lovely dark grey, dark brown or black kid shoes in the exquisite
new styles which are both stylish and csmfortable, and range in price from the
most elegant high grades at $11, at $10, $9.50 and on down even to $3.95 for a
very good shoe in black. There are browns and dark greys as low as $6.50.
AND LADIES SLIPPERS
In all kinds. The Low Comfys in soft padded soles,
hard sole leather soles with low heels, and combin
ation soles felt, and leather, also some all felt. The
prices of the finest are $2.25, then they range down
to 95c, with prices all the way between.
DON'T FORGET THE KIDDIES.
Those dear little ones who will be the greatest en
joyment of all on Christmas morning; and nothing
will please them more than a pair of the beautiful
Red Rose slippers at $1.25 and $1.15, or the blue
with ornament at 95c and 85c.
Shoes are always in order for children and
they enjoy new ones on Christmas too. We have
them in greatest variety from the lovely brown
Enriish lace for the miss at $4.25 down all tha
gtages to the dainty soft sole for the Wee Babe
at 65c. - -
In fact we have Shoes and Slippers for all the family, in a wide range, and all
good, with prices that gladden the careful buyer.
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