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THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1919
At the Lowest Price You Will Find That the l
J.C PENNEY CO.
Always leads. For Dry Geoda, Shoes and ILeady-to-wear
Goods for Bfen, Women and Children, call on
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ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT
NEEDS OF THE LIVE BUSINESS
MAN OF TODAY IS CLEAR EYE
SIGHT. Without It Ma
progress la sw-
Whu you are fitted with glas
sea of onr making, you an assured
of a keen, cloar-cut vision every ruin
ate of the day.
We aim to give your eyes the
eat (that' out1 'profession affords.
That's why we recommend
IV. GLASSES IV.
,. THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS
In cases where double-range glasses
are raquired. They take the place
of two pairs, and, because they are
unblemished by seams, look like or
DR. A. McCULLOCH
204-5 Salem Bank of
Famous Calif omian
Dies In Rome Of "Flu"
Rome, .Tan. 2. David Lubin
of 8an Francisco, Cnl., found
er of tlie International Insti
tute of Agriculture, died hore
today of influenza. Ho was 78
In addition to establishing
tho International Institute of
Agriculture at Romo, LuMn in
trodueod tho rural credits sys
torn into the United Slates and
secured legislation tlint improy
ed the parcels post system,
Washington Young Lady
Is Only Girl Sheriff
Yakima, WaHh., Jan. 2. Miss T,avn.h
Murphy, 18 year old daughter of the
sheriff, shows nji on the December
payroll as a denpty sheriff, probably
the youngest as well as the only girl
deputy sheriff iu captivity Tho coun
ty commissioners have objected to pay
ing tho claim for her services, but can't
.Mather field at Sacramento will be
qe of the eight flying fields to be
ataintcined in the United States during
lick S Tcsj
Chinese Medicine and Tea, Oa,
Has medicine which will nn
any kaowa diseaaa.
Ojm-b Sundays from 10 a. as.
anUJ 8 p. m.
133 SouU High 8t
8Iem, Oregoa. PkoM 181
Federal Trade Commission
Making Reports On In
Washington, Jan. 2. Five leading
packors have interests jn 730 concerns,
Chairmaa Colver of the Federal Trado
commission declared before the house
interstate commerce committee today.
The "big five" actually control 655
of these concern dealing in meats and
other food commodities, while they
'hold minor lutorosts which would load
to control eventually, Colver said.
; PERSONALS :
T. 0.. Albert and.Mias Clara Albert
returnod last evening from a, week's
vacation visiting with relativos in
Frodorio D. Aldrich, son of the Re.
H. N. Aldrich, pastor of tho Leslie M.
E. church, left today for Ban Francia
co where he is in the service He has
boon on a 10-day leave of absence.
Fred Ouklsdorf who has been iu the
service for tho past your, is homo.
0. D. Blakcy of Bilvcrton is regis
tered at the Bligh.
Tugene W. Aldrich of Detroit, Mich.,
but recently of Broniortou, is in the
city on a 10-dsy lcavo of absence He
is a coxswain in tho navy, Mr. Aldrich
is visiting at tho home of his uncle,
tho Bov. H. N. Aldrich.
Frank H. Btrubol, formerly instruc
tor of mochuuical drawing in the Salem
high school, returnod to Camp Lewis
yestordny. He is now with tho intelli
gence department and expects soon to
receive his discharge.
Mrs. M. C. Uuekuby, teacher at the
Oregon Stoto school for the deaf, left
yostorday for Springfield, 111.
Epidemic Of Sickness
His Journal Office Hard
The prevailing epidemic of sickness,
influenza and colds is hitting the daily
newspapers very bard. Unlike most
businesses they must issuo overy day,
whether they are short handed or not.
Tho Cnpitu Journal is hard hit. Sev
eral carriers are ill, even some of the
substitutes. Last night ono routo in tho
ctiy was undelivered from this causa
We will probably bo able to delivol
it this evening.
Today Mr. Zimmerman, our regular
leased wire operator, is sick at some,
and there aro no operators available in
town. Wo aro getting our press report
today by bulletins; also by electric
train from Portland. An operator will
arrive here in the morning.
. Lee Davis, our web pressman, has
been ill for two weeks.
Theso things mnke the newspaper bus
iness anything but pleasant and we men
tion theme in order that the public may
know tho difficulties under which we
are laboring and bo considerate until
conditions improve. .
Seattle Skating Team
Wins From .Vancouver
Beattlo, Jan. 2. Skating rings around
the Vancouvi-r team, the Seattle seven
won tho first hockey game of the Pa
cific Coast series here last night, win
ning four goals to 1.
The Seattle team took five shots to
j Vancouver 'a one at the visitor's goa'
in the first period and sensational worn
in the nets by Goalie Lehman was the
onlv thing that held tho score down.
Vancouver's only score was made by
"Cyclone" Taylor, who was not up to
his usual form.
Jack Walker and Cully Wilson start
cd fur Seattle while Mickey Mackay
and Hugh Lehman wero the Canadian .
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
All Around Towi
J CCTGEYENTS t
Ja 1 Legislature Hitum
Jaa. 15-1 Auto exhibit.
"Tlh tawsral aaatfnL" Webb
Otowgfc 0. .
-"Tbs taac" is ao voa ssua aa
feat awatea. UaH Webb k Cloark Ca.
Vtaoa 1W. tt
In the casualty list published yester
day under the head of missing, was the
name of Fenton M. Aldrich of Michi
gan. He it a nephew of the Rev. B. N.
Aldrich, pastor of the Leslie M. .
church in south Salem.
Highways Sapid Treestt into aervlea
te PortUad aad way poiats daily, leaf
lag tifelea at 7 a. as. Phono orders v
eaTag bafere, W S. Caai'l. Phone 63.
High (rada, gaaaiaa fan for Obriab
aa cifta at apeaial prises. West Far
Ca., BIT ftaatk, High St. tf
W. I Staley la exporting the books of
the city, something that has not been
done for the past two years. At a re
cent mooting of the council it wss vot
ed to engage Mr. Staley to go over the
city's books with the understanding
that the charge therefor should not ex
Boild a Saltan's imdastriea by snp
pertiaf tkase oa tke ground. tf
Wanted, wood choppers. Se T O.
Salaaa tread saqapsrta Batom'a payroll
aad la tnra tke aski the support of Sa
lea peapla. . tf
Tan shield boy Balem bread only,
thera ii a raasoa. tf
Legal notices were posted today giv
ing notice of the sale of lots 1 and 2
and fractional parts of 3 end 4, all in
block 21 on Wintor street, for delin
quent street assessments. The 'date of
salo is January 18, 1918. The lots be
long to J. U. Albert.
I kara Moved r effioe into mora
aleasaat aad aiore lostatodione qna
ten tke third floor of the TJ. B.
Katiaaal baak buildiag. Dr. O. I ficett
Ckirepreetle-Spiaologist, 306-213 U. S.
Natiaaal bank bldg. tf
Relax aaul raat la the dental chair.
Dr. Hartley fills aad extracts teetk
witkent paia aad aorrecta diseased
guns. Moore bldg. Phoae 114. tf
Sales bread Is freahegt and beet, tf
Middle Aged women who are sup
posed to be immune from influenza
and aro willing to help take care of
the sick will plcaso call, write or phone
on Friday Jan. 3, to the Home Ser
vice section of the American Bed
Cross, post office bldg.
Ernest H. Hunt, a former Saioa- au-
sicinn, appears to bo making good in
Portland .according to recent newspa
por reports. Ho ig given credit of rap
idly changing from a novice to a popu
lar organist. According to the Salem
opinion, Mr. Hunt waB a first class as
well as a popuhu organist while iu 8a
loin und. by no means a novice. How
over, the fact is that ho now has a job
as head organist at the Majestic thea
tre, and gives special orgivn concerts on
the Wurlitzer organ on Sundays from
12:30 until 1 o'clock.
In case there should be need of spe
cial hospital service, arrangements
have been made by Willamette chnptor,
Red Cross for tho ose of tho Binall bml.
ing adjoining tho Sulem hospital. This
building has been "'"d for special casoe
and for nurses and is in good condition
for use ns an emergency hospital. About
15 patients can bo accommodated. Af
ready through tho efforts of the-local
Red Cross several nurses have boon se-
Hop wire and all kinds
of hides. Before you
sell gee Us. Phone 398.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.
cured and by tomorrow everything will
be in readiness. For a time it was
thought that the basement of the Uni
tarian ehnrch might be used as an emer
gency hospital by the Bed Cross but il
adjoining the Salem hospital.
Paul H. Stege, the man who has al
ways been willing to help whenthcro
was some work to be done in lodges,
Cherrian affairs or in patriotic drives
and who hag always given of his time
cheerfully for local affairs, will change
his residence for the first time in 39
years. It just So happens th&t Mr.
Stege was born in Balem about 39 yeau
ago and he has never lived anywhere
but in Salem. But this evening he will
leave for San Francisco where he has
become associated with an undertaking
firm. In bidding his friends good-bye
there are quite a number who prophesy
that Mr. Stege, after living hero so
long, will find the outside world not
to his liking and that he will eventually
return to the town of his birth.
Will pay 20c for top veal.-Farmen
Produce Co, 160 S. High. Phone 10.
Glenn TJnruh, justice ot the peace for
the Salem district, will move his offices
Saturday of this wock and be res-dy for
business next Monday morning in his
new officer over the Hartmaa jewelry
store. For those who happen to be
looking for a justice of the peace, the
entrance' to the offices is from Liberty
The -drv troods market will remain
practicolly unchanged for several
montliB, according to the best in.iwi
tion received by sovcral oi Salem's lesi
ing drygoods men. The American Print
Co., one of the largest in the country,
has announced tnat us prices .wiu rt-
mnin miehnnired for some time to COinc.
In domestics, ginghams and the general
line of drygoodB, tnore wui oe no urn
terial lowering of prices if any at ail.
There is a feeling that the price of wool
will drop. It is Well known that in
Australia, the great wool producing cen
t tho wnrM .that within a short
time the two yews' clip will be placed
on the market. It is now jubi u. que
t;., f ui.ina Rut even with a roduc
tion in wool prices, thla will have no
effoct on the piece gooas marnei j.u
- . "o
No letters may be mailed to Germany,
Austria or any of the countries that
ot with the United
States, as there is as yet no postal fa
cilities with these countnos.
irn' man vhn Hks been delivering
on rural routCB are expected to be mus
tered out OI tne service
.i -.ltl,;n a tnw mnnths. Lv-
ineir juub win.."
man McDonaJd, formerly carrier tor ru
ral routo 3, balem,- got as iar h "s
: .i.A a flrtnflilron. He is now
1UUU 1U luo rawy f
in Camp Lewis awaiting his discharge
ti Uscncnn AT TlirH.1 TUULO X. WO
lorn, ig in southern California and ha
made application tor ms o.isuim.K:. -ral
route 3 is noW handled by Martin
j. Comik and rural route 1 by Bor
The first combination pioneer's anO
. ..(..... Kiinu tn be issued
uivu wur yv-h-io" -- -
in 1919 was today given to J. M. garri
son of Sulem. As a pioneer, ho dates
back to tho early days of Oregon, hav
. " .1.0 .tta in 1S46. iust three
Wig COIHW W B.. '
vears after tho famous Champoeg meet
ing He is 73 years old and when com
ing to Oregon located in Yamhill coun
ty He lives ut 1096 South Commercial
street. Like all others who apply for
fishing and hunting liconsos, Mr. aUr
rison huu to answer tho questions as to
whether he was a citizen of the Unuou
... . i .u . .e Ita wnft A Ve?Or 111
states a"" :. , ,
Oregon. Mi. Uarrison figured he
all right on tnese quesuuu.
Hefiimo issued fot
111U U.""'D- .
.. . - 11)11 lianilnrl out DV tUB
tne yem , rr,rt.
matrimonial clork in the county Clerk
office on Dec. 31. It was issued to
Oeoige K. Welter of Sublimity, a duiry
man, and Agnes oeuigiieif
will be married Jan. 7.
k t. wiiacH.for the past year a
,.,...i. f im iewelrvfirm of Porno-
roy & Wallace, will leave this ovening
for Son i' rnncisco to i" ,
ii. l nasociuted with a firm m
the wholesale jewelry business. Mr
Wallace for several years urn uwu
prominent in tho affairs of tho Sulem
Mrs. Sadie McFadden does not agree
.i, att.......i,t nmiln lii vesterilav 'i-
Capitcl Journal that a high board fence
-..a muu minn a time around what u
now knowu as the State houso grounds.
She believes the statement does not ao
justice to tho Capital City. Instead
,t iv lii.rli limiril fence to keen roviu2
cows out, she says, thcro was just sev
ernl posts and on them was a railing
of 4 by 4 lumber. Ana tnat tno -en-
trnia tn iK nrnnnil. WAS thrOlltrh turn
stiles or posts placed far enough apart
to admit people but not cattle anu tnai
thiiwi xrnten n niuininf,. were at each
corner and on the side approaching the
present location of tho court house
square. Mrs. McFadden is nn authority
on the early days of Salem as sho has
lived here since 1802.
Company M is making special efforts
to recruit to its required strength in
anticipation of being mustered in when
ever the state authorities so decide. A
recruiting officer will be at the armory
daily from 9 until 11 o'clock of morn-
intra onil in tliA laftArnnnn from S until
4 o'clock to receive enlistments. Cap
tain Hewlett says that members or tne
enmnnnv apfl rtrAWen1 in rpnnrt for rofrll-
lrr drill at the armorv next Monday
Everret M. Price, son olr tr. E. Price
the meat market man and a brother of
Misg Hazel Price, is one of the men on
the steamer Northern Pacific that is
now aground M Fire Island, just south
of Long Island, New York. Since the
steamer was taken into the transport
service by the government young Price i
has been stationed on the boat, working
in the electrical department.
Inf ormatior is given today that when
tke ban is finally removed it will be on
everything and that no special form of
amusement will bo prohibited. Those
interested in duncing claim that tnis
form of recreation is sanitary, especial
ly as the dance involves considerable ,
exercise and also that at ail uaui-ea!
there is sn abundance of ventiltwa. j
Corporal Chas. Fred Eberlln, age 20, j
formerly with the boiloon aviation '
corps, a nepnew of W. H. Dancy of this
city, was instantly killed Dec. 31 wuen
he" fell 130 feet from the Seventh Ave
nue bridge at Spokane. The young man
had just received his discharge and had
been viBitmg at his home since Christ
mas. While working for the Oregon
Water Power Co. last Tuesday it seems
mitt no lost his balance suddenly and
fell as the man with whom he was work
ing had been talking to him a minute
before ho was missed from the bridge
He was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. D.
W. Eberlin, and a grandson of John
Dancy of South Commercial street. The
Eberlins formerly lived in Salem when
Mr. Eberlin -was associated with the
electric light compsny here. The funer
al services of the young man will be
held in Spokane next Sunday.
Sergeant H. D. Bonzo, who was mus
tered out of the service last Dec. 14,
has returned to Portland to take np his
work as repair lineman for the feiiuxn
crn Pacific on the Tillamook branch
He was formerly stationed at Camp Lei
Virginia. . .
Ivan E. Bellinger Jr., the three year
old son of Mrs. Ivan E. Bellinger, died
this morning at the William Cook homt
on 12th street. Lieutenant Bellinger
died January 17, 1918 at Fort Eiley,
of pneumonia. Mrs. Bollinger's mothor
Mrs. William Cook, died Dec. 1, 19i8.
Mrs. Bollinger and a small, daughter
are both ill with the influenza. As yet
to arrangements have been made fot
the funeral services.
All Wul Be Ready For Hard
Work Following The First
Meeting Of Council
Mayor-elect C. E. Albin, who will be
sworn into office at the meeting of the
city council next Monday evening, an
nounces the following committee ap
pointments: O. L. 8cotfc Public buildings, parks,
ways and means.
Ralph Thompson Streets, bridges,
fire and water.
Edw. Schunke Accounts and current
expenses, parks, band, ways and means.
H. H. Vandervorlv Bridges, health
and police, revision of minutes.
F. L. Utter Health and police, ie
vision of minutes, printing, lights.
F. J. Smith Licenses, streets, bridg
es. J. S. Austin Band, parks, rules, ord
inances. O. J. Wilson Lights, sewers, plumb
ing, account and current expenses.
A. H. Moore Hewers, licenses, neaitn
Paul V. Johnson Revision of min
utes, public buildings, fire and water,
W. A. Wiest Ways and means, rules
Jas. McClelland 1'rinting, lignts,
plumbing, public buildings.
R. W. Simeral Fire and water, ordi
nances, sewers, accounts and current
Councilman to !be elected from Ward
5 Plumbing, printing, rules.
if x. 4 s jft
ffhats in ;
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ii wi a a - m h
b a cup of Posium
here's a most at-
ractive flavor. .
There's health, too.
for Postum contains the goodness of
cereals.coilh no harmful substance .
is made in a moment , at table,
(oithout boiling. Economical, con
venient . delicious.
Annual Clearance Sale
NpW GOING ONThis is a timely opportunity to
supply your needs for now and the future.
Regal sheeting, 81 inches wide, bleached, yd 49c
Pepperell or Mohawk sheeting, 81 inches wide,
bleached, yard 64c
Pepperell or Mohawk sheeting, 81 inches wide
unbleached, yard 59c
Pepperell or Mohawk sheeting, 72 inches wide,
bleached, yard' ..: ...1 :...,...59c
Pepperell or Mohawk sheeting, 72 inches wide, ' ' -)
unbleached, yard 55c
42-inch Pillow Tubing yard....:.....:...:...:..:......:.::.......9c
. 33 inches wide, yard ...33c
. , 36 inches wide, yard 36c
Hope Muslin, bleached, best quality, yard wide,
Lonsdale Muslin, bleached, best quality, yard
wide, yard .: - 28c
3-pound Cotton Batt $1.00
Crash Toweling, yard ..15c
Linen Crash Toweling, extra quality yard 19c
36 inch Percales, yard ...29c and 35c
36 inch Hospital Gauze bleached white, yard ........12c
Our Prices Always The Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
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Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
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Just to quiet title, George W. Wolf
and wife hav brought suit in the cir
cuit court against Ejjiriam Jacobs and
others. In his complait .ho states that
for the past ten years he has been in
undisputed possession of 20.38 acres in
Tp. 9, south of range 1, and 2 iWest.
Mabel E. Crabtreo and John K. Crab
her complaint asking for a divorce she
tree were married in Snlem in 1910 In
alleges that he deserted his horn about
one year ago. There are no children.
She asks for the restoration of her
maiden name, Mabel E. Cornish,
Oarrio Mendelsohn, Jn her divorce
ease against Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn, askg
that tho case be placed on the motion
ilocket for a hearing to strike out Bart
of the defendant's answer.
In the matter of the estate of Ber
tha Jones Hoover, the appraisers plac
ed a valuation of $5193.80 on the 85
3-4 acres in Gervais and $20 on tier-
In the matter of the estate of E. H.
Stege, the executor Paul H. Stege filed
"There's J?e&sor? "
his final account and was discharged
from further liability.
The postoflice depjjtmont has reject
ed 1U0 JJe liavilaid airplanes as uu
cuited for crosscountry flying carry
ing the necessary weight of mail.
An appeal for tho immediate resump
tion of road building, public works and
canstruction in genoral was made Mon
day by Secretary of Labor Wilson.
The state department announces that
no concern is entertained by tho de
partment on account of the firing on an
American flag at Posen last Piiwj. t
Walter J. Hill, son of the late James
J. Hill, has purchased a 7500 are ranch
in Montana and leased 24,000 acres ad
ditional, to engage in tho livestock bus
iness on an extensive scalo.
Tho interstate commerce commishinn
states that tne operating income of the
uiincinal lailroads for October was nnn.
sidernbly below tho figure for the cor
responding niontn a year ago.
The home of Ira ehircman at Bend
burned Monday, and 16 year old Noel
Zeley, who had invested all his savings
in two $50 liberty bonds, lost his bonds
oesides an ms ciotning.
1 jjm, ! evening at 8 o'clock, providing of
iSSIgl gatheringt'1 "Bain'f