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THE flAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26,1918.
An Economical, Delightful, Light Place to Trade
Our January Clearance Sale
Begins Monday, December 30
FALL' and WINTER stocks are scheduled for clearance.; Good, desirable
merchandise, will be on sale at greatly reduced prices.
WE do not hold many sales, but when we do, you may be sure that they are
honest, above-board and founded on a legitimate cause.
I THEN, tod, we carry only, dependable merchandise,-this protecting you at .
all times from receiving inferior qualities.
; AND please remember that our assurance of satisfaction - accompanies
every purchase made here whether a regular or sale price is paid for it.
You can always rely upon us for satisfaction. .
11! UPRiSiNG REBELS j
Bofe Sides Gaim Victory And
liOTercmect days Revolt
(Continued from page one)
416 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
CAPTIVATING ' CONSTANCE TALMAnOE, PERHAPS THE TOtlNGEST
iREAI. SCREEN STAR, LEADS THEM ATjL IN HER DBttlNEATION
i OF WILFUL, HIGH STRUNG, YET WHOLLY LOVABE AMERICAN
.' GIRLS.. AT THE LIBERTY STARTING TODAY.
Dallas Soldier Seeks
Release From Service
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Or., Dec. 26. Corporal Chas.
Davis of this city, , who is stai ned at
Fort Douglas, is seeking to be released
from further army service according to
word received by relatives of the young
man in this city. Davis claims that
bis presence is needed in Dallas where
bis wife resides on account of hei
hculth and tha ho is also needed to
cultivate and tako care of farm prop
erty belonging to Mrs. George Cutler,
mother of Mrs. Davis. The American
Red Cross organization at Fort Douglas
is' working in Tavia' behalf and the
thanc.es are that his release will be se
cured within a short time.
Polk Short In War Savings Stamps.
Polk county is still short in its war
savings stamp drive and unless a more
strenuous effort is made between now
and the first of the year the quota will
not be raised. The epidemic of Spanish
School 'Officers' Meeting Postponed,
On account of the influenza epidemic
the annual convention and election of
officers of tho Polk County School Of
oficcrs association was again postponed
from lust Saturday until a more -.vora
bel time. School Supervisor . Floyd
Mooro, who has been dangerously ill of
influenza and pneumonia for the past
two weeks, is rapidly recovonng but i:
number of the other officers through
out tho country are eithor ill with the
disease or some member of the family
Influenza Victim's Body Cremated.
The body of Sandford B. Taylor, the I
prominent surveyor and civil engineer,
who died in this city a week ago follow
ing an attack of influenza and pnou
monia, was taken to Portland yester
day for eroination. A short privato fu
Letter From Victor Berger
Read In Socialist Trial
Chicago, Dec. 26. J. Louis Engdahl,
editor of the American Socialist and
one of the five defendants in the so
cialist trial here before Judge Landis,
was to resume his testimony today.
Engdahl was to be questioned fur
ther on his denial that ho had publish
ed a letter in his paper from James
Harder of St. Paul, Minn., telling o(
having converted fellow prisoners in
the 8t. Paul jail to socialism. Harder
was serving a sentence for failure to
A letter from Victor Berger, Milwau
kee congressman-elect and defendant,
purported to show 'sympathy with I.
W. W., stood in the evidence today.
The letter addressed to an I. W. W. sec
rotary, read in part:
"1 admit the 1. W. W. has stood the
test of boing a class organization in
finitely bettor than the trade unions
Shravards Strike Was y
Settled This Morning
Vancouver, B. ;C.,' Dec. ' 26. The
strike which tied up the big Couehlin
shipyards for some days was settled
this morning in conference between
representatives of tho men and the
company.. Work will be resumed on
Monday. Three thousand men have
boon idle for a week.
Henry Anderson, a blacksmith over
whose discharge the strike , occurred,
will be reengaged by the company on
tho request of the Great War Veter
ans association executive, but will not
bo given his old job though he will be
given employment at similar wages.
At Guornovillo, Cal., Sunday, Miss
Lucile Armntroff, a teacher, was re
suscitated after nine hours apparent
drowning. Sho was overwhelmed by a
breaker while swimming and tarried
out to sea.
Stop Itching Ecsema
Never mind how often you have tried
and failed, you can stop burning, itching
fiiiiflrlir Kv nnnlvi'.ttf A little zemo
noral service was held in this city be-, furnjshed by any druggist for 35c Extra
fore the body was shipped to the mo-, iarRe bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the
tropolis. Mrs. Taylor and other mem
bers of the family who were ill with
the disease when Mr. Taylor, died aro
now able to be about.
prominent Dallas Attorney Honored
Os:-ar Haytor, one of the city's promi-
not do raiseu. idu euiuumiu uj. upni . - . , . .,
, ' to""- r , ' , aent attorneys, was honored by the
influenza has had a whole lot to do 'J:..: i ,n,,ti in.
moment cemo ia applied. In a abort time
usually every trace of eczema, tetter,
uimplea. rash, blackheads and similar
a'cin diseases will be removed.
For clearing the skin and making it
vhrorouslv healthr. always use zemo, the
penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It is not a
creasv salve and it does not stain. When
outers tail it is tne one aepenaame ucav
Copenhagen, Dee. 26. Troops and ci
vilians are joining the revolting sailors
in Berlin, according to a dispatch from
the German capital' received here today.
The dispatch, sent Christmas night, said
the government s position was becom
ing more dangerous. . -
: (Tho last dispatch, from Frank
Taylor, United Press correspondent in
Berlin was filed Christmas morning. It
said both sides were claiming victory
and that the government had announc
ed officially that the revolt was crush
The Alexander and Franzer regfkent
have mutinied and joined the rebels.
Leaders of the revolutionists said the
whole Berlin garrison would soon join.
Mariners from Kiel and Wilhelmshav
en are reported en route to Berlin to
help the revolting soldiers. .
100 Already Killed.
It is believed, according to Berlin
advices that nearly 100 have already
been killed in the street fighting. Vor
waerts said that a number of Berlin
guards and a few republican guards, as
well as many armed civilians and Spar
tacides are joining the sailors.
Rebels, say the Berlin dispatches,
hold the streets and houses from Koeu-
strasso to the city hall. They are de
manding the resignation of Chancellor
Ebert and Haase in favor of Ledobour
and Licbnecht radical leaders.
The newspaper-Rod Flag claims a vic
tory for the revolutionists.
Vorwaerts charges the uprising was
fine to efforts of Mebnecht and Lode
bour, radical leaders. '
It is off iciuly claimed that the quick
suppression of this conspiracy has con
vinced tho sailors they; are powerless,
to cause further iroublo and that they
have pledged vhemselves not to oppose
the government again.
iSailors at Kiol sent a -mcssago crit
icising the rebels, and supporting the
government, - i
. considerable estruction.
JJctails of the rioting received hero
tell of considerable destruction in tho
course of a hard fight.
The sailors arrived ,in Berlin at 7
p. m. Monday. The coinmanaer oi iior
lin and his adjutant and other authori
ties turned artillery on. the sailors who
wore holding tho royal" palace and bo
gan an intense bombardment.! The walls
were shot full of holcit and the great
norchos we're destroyedfer The balcony
from which the.kaisor niadc, his famous
speech at the.beginn'ngiof the war was
smashed and the windows were broken.
The government's republican guard
finally captured tho .lalace and cho Bail
ors then took rtfuge in a large building
near by, which they aro reported to bo
Securities Market Has
Moments Of Weakness
New York, Dec. 26. The Now York
Evening Sun financial review .today
While today 's securities mantes naa
moments of weakness and was at all
times heavy, prcssuro was n"t consist
ently exerted with the result that con
siderable rebounds from tho lowest
levels wero m evidence at not infre
quent intervals. (From the outsot the
steel and copper groups experienced
no little liauidation. Movements were
mixed in the latest trading. The cop
per shares continued in better tone un
der the leadership of inspiration. C'cn
trar Leather turned weak" while Am
eriean Hido and Leather preforrcd
made a new hiL'h for the day. Cord
Products rcfinine developed strength,
as did Mexican Petroleum and eoino
passed through doors curtained in scar
let velour, and thence' to a court yard
where the royal carriages stood under
a long canopy, extending to the Strand.
On the blrand, the masses of people
behind lines of British troops caught
their first glimpse of the president.
The route ail the way to Puckingham
palace was a mass of eolor, the red,
white and blue of Britain end France
predominating in the general scheme,
and the rod, white and green of Italy,
aud red, yellow and black of Belgium
frequent. But the Stars aud Stripes
The great facade of the national mu
seum was hidden by . flag3, banners,
pennants and enormous gilded eagles
and lions. Forces of decorators were
busy all day Christmas and all last
night. Christinas crowds end early ar
riving spectators were docging stop
ladders. All along the two mile roate
from the railway station to the palace
the way is lighted to blaoc forth to
Pall Mall and St. James streets are
lined with famous clubs, the windows
of which were filled with members and
their wives. Crossing Haymi.rk&k, the
carriage with the president and King
George passed olose by the statue of
Kincr George tho Third.
The greatest color effect was at Tyde
Park comer. Thousands of Waacs in
khaki, Wrens in navy blue, convales
cent sailors in light blue trimmed with
red and white, aud members of the roy
al force in sky blue, were massed on
the park slopes.
lenza una imu a uv ... ;! In nnvBnt.inn in. "ra .UH uw yuw
with cutting down the sale of stamps in " , . , . jnent for ekin troubles of all Kinds.
!.,. , well a. in the country sur- Portland Saturday by being elected The E.W.RoCa. Cleveland. a
rounding, a noticeable decrease having
been noticed at the postoffices within
president of that body for the ensuing
year. Circuit Judge Harry H. Belt of
the past month. About 12 per cent of. TfcTriuHm,
the total quota for the county still re- Presidents of the association.
Mrs. Lillian Fellows Marshal, secre-
UNITED STATES WILL
(Continued from page one)
S. PIAT. OFP.
V The sttmdtrd Army Shoe - made from
! top-grade materials by top-notch work
men under expert supervision.
All the more reason why you should
insist on the BuchechT Army Shoe
and accept no other.
h Worn by thousands of men in all
walks of liie-
Office Men Hikers
Attorneys . Fimen
B Look for the name Buckhecht
stamped on the sole of every Shoe.
ghoold your dealar be unable te sepply yen,
end his same' to the aiaaafaetarers Buck
ingham and Hetkt, Ban Francisco. Eketese
price of skoes yon desire emd we will aavs your
At BUCK ?j ' .-
slightly less cost than required for the
new American merchant fleet, this dis
crepancy will be overcome later, Hur
Before the president started for Eng
land he conferred with Hurley. It is be
lieved this conference developd infor
mation which the president desired to
hava ready before his meetings with
British statesmen in London. It was
pointed out that a big ship shortage
will net be felt for six or eight months
yet. Thereafter shipbuilding will nat
urally be much increased.
And,- with the increase in shipbuild
ing, if the lid is off, Uncle Sam will
be ready to play for the pot.
tary of the Dallas Commercial club, was
a Capital City visitor Monday.
Hollis Smith and Miss Frances Demp-
sev were visitors in Suver Sunday.
Miss Gertrude Bobinson is again able
to be at her work at the Fuller Phar
maer after a week's illness with influenza.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Patterson of
Blind Sloueh. Oregon, are guests for the
holidays at the home of Mrs. Patter
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Havter on Main street. .
Miss Nola Coad, Miss Veva Burns,
Miss Alice Grant, Miss Edna Morrison,
Miss Buth Nunn and Miss ilia Carpen
ter, teachers in the Portland schools,
are at homes of their parents- in this
city for the holiday vacation.
Spoke Briefly After Landing
Dover, Eng., Dec. 26. The war was
worth while, because it gave the world
security against unjust aggression and
established an understanding between
great nations for maintenance of just
and right, President Wilson said here
Responding to an address by the
mavor shortly alter setting toot on
English soil, the president also said ho
wts grateful to match his mind with
minds of others' who proposed to do
their best in tho great settlement.
"We have gone through many sen
ous times together, and therefore can
ceard each other in a new light, as
comrades and associates, because noth
lnz brings men together line common
understanding- and purpose," said
War Worth While
1 1 think that -despite all. tho terri
ble sufferings and sacrifices ol the
war, we will some day in looking dbck
ward, realize that they wero worth
while, not only because or the securi
ty they gave the world agatnst uiijusi
;'ression, but also Decauso or mo
understanding established Between
great nations which ought to act to
gether in permanent maintenance of
justice and right.
'It is with an emotion or peculiar
gratification that I find myself here,
afforded an opportunity of maturing
my mind with the minds of thoso pro-
fusing w u iiiv-ii 6'-
settlement of the 'struggle." '
- Weather Cold
The weather was cold and clear
when tho president landod. Escorting
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at $1.50 and $1.25. Ladies Umbrellas at $1.00, $1.25,
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, $2.75, arid $3.00
A large assortment of special good values Gloria
silk umbrellas, new ivory handles at $4.00.
Colored silk umbrellas, ivory handles and ivory
tipped at $6.50.
Fluffy " ' Fur
Blankets . and
$6.50 f $6.50
Dress Ginghams, desirable patterns, fast colors, i
Woolen dress goods, fast colors, special good values, i
68x76 3 Pound N 81x90 '
Cotton Cotton Bleached
Blankets Batts Sheets
$2.50 fir 1 , si nn
SHOES The Washington & Mayer lines, guaran-i
teed. The genuine Martha Washington shoes . for
Ladies. The Resisto shoes for Boys, to stand hard
Men's dress shirts, big assortment of up to date pat
terns. Prices $1.35, $1.50 and $1.75
Men's wool union suits, Richmond Underwear
$3.50 to $5.00
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The Quick Way
Stop a Cough
This heim-ande syrnp do the
work In bunr. Eoatlr pre
pared, nad saves about B2.
Yon' mien be surnrised to know that
the best thing you can use for a severo
eough, is aeremedy which is caily pre-
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It's cheap, but for prompt results it beats
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All 14. in Wh
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airplanes and seaplanes filled the air
when a British squadron took charge
of the distinguished visitor in mid
ehannel. French naval forces had Ibocn
escorting hiin up to this point. Salutes
wero exchanged, tho sailorB manning
tho rails during tho ceremony.
Massed crowds on the admiralty plor
unloosed cheers, while tho shore bat
teries and warships "in the haTbor fill
ed salutes as the vessel bearing the
The Duke of Connaught, Lord Ecad
inff. American .Ambassador Davis and
Baron Herscholl, lord-in-waiting to the
king, met the president. Hn inspected
tho guard of honor at the pier and re
ceived tho address from the mayor,
who was accompanied by the council
men. Million Saw Procession
It is estimated that more than a mil
lion persons witnessed the procession.
As tho president's carriage entered
tho outer yard of tho palnce, it passed
through a line of wounded Tommies
a id Australians. One of the Austra
lians shouted "Hurrah for the groat-
eit man in the world."
Amidst the cheers of tho tons of
thousands, which drowned out the
bands, Wilson and tho king rose in
nluin imlncn miJMd.
Or use clari- Escorting the president, tho k
Toward tho pwiaco entrance
Washington, Doc. 26. Tho American
army will sip its coffee with consider
able satisfaction now. Announcement
wns mndo today that a million dollars
Was saved by buying 150,000,000 pounds
of coffee just before the advance in tho
FAVOB GREEK CLAIMS.
rrtT.."! rV"".7.1Viu.7rji: .i,iMn! their carnage ae they were dri
Like it-nd it is pnre ani good. to the interior courtyard. They s
Pour 8Vj ounces of Pincx in a pint out of the carriage and review
A boom for Charles V. Schwab for
president was launched at a banquet
of Chicago mechanists and plant super
intendents at Chicngn Hundny night.
FEW CENTS DESTROYS
YOUR DANDRUFF AND
STOPS FALLING HAIR
Save Your Hair! Make It Thick
Wary And Bsautiful
Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
hair is mute evidence of a neglected
scarp; of dandruff that awful scurf.
There is noting so destructive to tho
hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of
its lustre, its strength and its very
life; eventually producing a feverish
oess and itching of the scalp, which if
not remedied causes the hair roots to
shrink, loosen and die then the hair
falls out fast. A little Danderine to
night now any time will surely save
Get a small bottle of' Knowl ton's
Danderine from any drag store or toi
let counter, and after the first applica
tion your hair will take on that life,
lnstre and luxuriance which is so beau
tiful. Jt will .heeom'e wavy and fluffy
and have the appearance of abund
ance, an incomparable gloss and sort
ness; but what will please you most
will be after just a few weeks' use,
when yon will actually see a lot sf
fine, downy hair new hair growing
all over the scalp.
sranu area sunar svruD,
Bed molasses, honey, or corn syrup, ! walke(1
instead or sugar syrup, "- A,,:on iinr ,f .ni.iip,, ,.,.
Thus you make a lull pint a iamuy - :
supply but costing no mora than a on tho palace fences, waved a hug(
amalt bottle of ready-made cough syrup. American flag and led tho cheering.
And! as a eough, medicine, thero is The king and the president, follow
really nothing better to be had) at any 0( ny the ,.ll(,cn the princess and Mrs,
price. It goes, righ to tne spot ana Wil entered the palace, tho crowds
K.ves gmcK, immm i renci. i rum , vant t( fin(ll Mllv0 of noiMi
the throat and air rssce, stop, the Immediately after the king took leavd
annoying throat tickle, loosens the of the president, he gave an audicncs
nhWm. and soon vour conch stops en , to Hubert J. Bi-nder, United I'resl
lirely. Splendid lor bronchitis, croup, ' gtaff corresnoinlent, and two othc
vhooping, cough and broncaial asinma. neW!I,npCr m,,n in Wilson's party.
pound of Norway pine extract, famous i
Tor its healing effect on the membranes.
To avoid disappointment aBk ' youjr ;
dniggist for ft ounces or rinex - wivu
directions and don't accept anytliing
else. Guaranteed to give absolute satis
faction or money promptly refunded.
The l'iacx Co., IX Wavno. Ind.
Whon yon use Journal classifi
ed ads get what yon want them
to they work fast.
SAVE MONET ON COFFEE.
Athens,' Doc. 26. More than 150,000
Armenians and 100,000 Jows have ex
pressed themselves in favor of Greek
claims to the possession of Constanti
nople and Smyrna, it 1b declared here.
Young Turks are continuing to at
tack Greeks. Tho latter are being kill
ed and wounded nightly.
After being absent from home thrco
weeks, John A. Klinger of Davenport.
Iowa, returned Saturday night, shot his
wile and then committed suicide.
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