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TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 191?.
In a variety of colors, patterns, materials, etc., from
which you will be able to select one that will please
Plain colored Petticoats made of good quality
sateen and Heatherbloom $1.25, $1.98, $2.49 and $2.93
Fancy Petticoats in nice novelty designs, that are
splendid values at $1.25, $1.49, $1.98 and $2.49
You will also find we have some nice
Marl nf Sernentine CreDe in plain and fancy pat-
I terns that will interest you at $1.98, $2.98, and $3.98
All Around lovn
Salem bread ts freshest and best, tf
Ever gin as the beginning of the world
there has been but one "best" way to
bury the dead, that way is in tomb.
Mount Creet Abbey provides that
"best" way, th eost is no more. Bee
Caretaker at Mausoleum, r your undertaker.
"The best" la all
death eomsa. Call Webb &
tou can do when
abb & Clough Co.
the aubsidence of (he influenza jdague.
ot a marriage Kcensc has been mea
at the count house for a number of
t Court House
y - incorporaTea
that vicinity, but no death. The school
there ha just been closed on account
of thai epidemic which was started
there ubout Christmas.
Janitor Kerby of the court house
wag taken ill this morning and unable
to attend to hit duties.
" W. B. Thomas bag returned from a
two mouths stay at Marshfiold whore
he visited hig son, Ij. L. Thomas.
We hare moved our offices to rooms
200.-203 Gray Mock, over Hurtman
Bros, jewelry store, 125 N Liberty at.
0. E. UNRU1I,
B. W. MACy. tf
Tho funeral services of Ida Muller
will .be held at tho Webb & Clough
chapel tomorrow afternoon at one
o 'clock. Tho body will lie in stato in
tho parlors during the forenoon.
' Wanted 6000 suits to clean and
press, We call for and deliver. Salem
Cleaning Works. Thone 703.
Well dressed man shows a man ot
culture and iejflucnuo. Have your
clothes cleaned and pressed at the Sa
lem Cleaning Works. I'hone T03.
M. A. Ancey hag recently exchanged
" , . I .L-
pending the day in Portland, expect- ' rnncn near Ammo lur
no An lirlva btii'K Tit 19 ftnernoon m rrv. v . ... .....
. n .. i i . . i .tiL I'tiifann hna tilan Yclion (rod hn Aminfl
ii0 of th new cars to da pmcou wuu ; 7- 7 ' "
road, tho dealls boing made- through the
Ingency of D. D. Socolofsky.
: fersgms i
Dr. H. C. Epley and wife are spend
ing the day in Portland.
JT. B. Littler loft this morning for
'Albany where ho will spend several
lays on business. ,
Miss Muriel Grant, of the Statesman
ruo, is once more back at her desk
ftcr an experience with influenza.
Harold Hollingsworth left thig morn
ing for Winchester, nd., accompanying
tho body of hig wifo which wiu bo
Mrs. P. IS. Fullerton has recently re
turned from a vialt with friends in
Lieut. Morris P. Hichter has jnat
krrived in ithe city from Vnncouvor
barracks, having retired from the reg
ular nrmy after s"ven years of contin
uous service in various parts of the
country. Of late he has been serving as
fcn instructor In the ordnance deport
went. He will be welcomed back to
JSalom by ft lurge. circle of acquaint
Mr. and Mrs. O.-B. Gingrich are
tlm Oinirrii'h Motor Co.
Miss 1. M. Hill left recently for an
Intended visit with friends in North
Tfakim. .- . . .
O. 8. Butler of West Stay ton, who is
!n the eity on business today, reports
k' largo number of influenza easel in
Banttury milking- pnlls, tilnr, etc.,
r lan1aiil with NoHhwut l)lrvmu.
Burrdl MllKars does th work of 10 mn
will iiitfuU In I jrattr to pay Iwr
W carrr a full tins of Dairy Bunplles,
Darn ICmilnment. RHiu. .to. Writs us for
hug I'ataliif eoiitslnlng; ons of tht flneat
aortinnnls of Pitlry Himnllrs In th N.W.
U Front St. rortlaal
A marriage license wag Issued from
the county clerk' office today to Leg
tor J. Ives of SwiUlo, and Genova Ar
guotto of Hubbard. The couplo were
united in marriage by Justice of the
feaco Unruh. '
The real estate records today show
the tiling of a mortgage in the sum of
'10,000 bv Henry Kirsch and wife in
favor of tho federal land bank.
The funeral of Geo. Limbeck will be
hold at tho Webb & Clough chnpol to
morrow afternoon at 1:30, Eov. Baum-
gardner conducting, Tho body will lie
in state in the chapol during itho forenoon.
" K . 1 -
. If poor sight is slow
, ing up your progress,
' come to us at once for
glasses that will re-es-
tablish your oldtime ef-
1 Our standard for skill
-in every branch of op
; tical service is testified '
. to by our many satisfied
; patrons. .
" s Most business men
1 who require glasses for
. reading and distance
f find that they can get
maximum service from
11. GLASSES IV
t H INVISiaif UO-OCAi.3
No lines nor humps like
the old-style kind
LI i IIcCULLOCH
201-5 Salem Bank of
Wft ni H f Wti ll tnmJtMtmMkMMMII
Irwin Griffith who was last night
elected ex-offici chairman of the Sa-i
lem Hoapiul executive committee, sue-
ceeding A. A. Lee, announees that the
committee for tne coming jvnr
include H. 8. Gile, William MclriJ-
christ, Jr., and F. O. Deckebach. The
big question before the new committee
is that of securing aaequaio qiunH
for the hospital.
We buy liberty bonds. 314 Maeonie
Having lately returned to Salem I
am ready to receive piano pupils at my
home, 1472 Mill, or will govto homes
of nunils. Soecial attention given to
ftechnie and expression. Mrs. Lena Wa
ters. Phone 11S1AI.
Walter Denton spoke before the boys
of the state training school Sunday of
UrTinnti. usinir as his subject, "Good
Citizenship." He held the undivided
l-r- i: f;llinn in
attention oi nis uuuiuutc, umj
his talk with delightful anecdotes end
Stories. The boys took part in the pro
gram, assisting with patriotic songs.
Officors and employes also enjoyed the
talk, which took the place of the reg
ular Sunday afternoon service.
We buy liberty bonds. 811 Maeonie
Wanted Women to volunteer for
nursing services for influenza cases sn
dor direction of graduato nurse. Pay
ment guaranteed by the Red Crosa For
information call 1500. tf
A trio of 15 year old boys, hailing
from Seattle and giving the names of
Dovd Tyo, James Kadigan and Walter
Bagley, were picked up on tho street
lust night by Officer Victor. Accord
ing to thoir own story they had slipped
awav from their homes in Scuttle and
were on a sight seeing tour of thei
world by the vagrancy route, uney
wore lodged in jml and a wire sent to
thoir, panmts notifying them that the
boys wero being held subject to their
Relax and rest In the dwital chair.
Dr. Hartley fills and extracts teeth
without pain and corrects diseased
gums. Moorq bldg. Phone 114. tf
For Sale Six acres fine land for
Loganberries or fruits, 15 niinutug walk
from end of street car line. J), js. ucr
by owner, 314 Manonie bldg. tf
Mayor Albln Is In receipt of an offi
cial announcement of the 14th annual
onvention of tho National Itivers and
Harbors Congress, to bo hold in Wash
ington, 'February !), (i and 7. This is an
event in which Oregon is vitally in
terested, and the city is urged to send
a didogntion of Its leading citizens to
this meeting to look after the interests
of the state, The matter wuj prooaoiy
bo taken up with the Commercial club
at nn earlv date. Information can be
obtained from tho secretary of tho on
gross, 8. A. Thompson, t2i Colorado
Highways Rapid Transit Auto service
to Portland and way points daily, leav
ing Siilom at 7 a. m. Phone orders eve
ning before, 137 S. Com'l. Phone 603.
A complaint has just been filed in
the ease of A. H. Johnson vg E. M.
Hurst, a suit to recover damages in the
sum of $1387 on account of injuries
sustained by himself and his auto in
a collision which occurred in Portland
in May, 1918. He ellegeg carelessness
on the part of the defendant in smash
ing into his automobile with an auto
truck, his car being valued at $4000.
Final account was filed by adminis
tratrix in the estate of W. F. Ol30n,
showing total receipts amounting to
Annie Baker Carlton was appointed
administratrix in the estate of KubJ
An order was issued for the sale of
real property in the estate of J. G,
Inventory and appraisement filed in
the estate of John G. Holmes, deceas
ed, showing total assets amounting to
A bond in the sum of $900 was fil
ed by E B. Damon as administrator of
the estate of A. O. Ramon, deceased.
A bond was filed in the sum of $2000
by Michael Niotling, as guardian of
Emma Niotling, an incompetent person.
An order wag issued for the sale of
real property in the estate of H. S.
PlacO) deceased. '
State House Notes
Construction of the overhead cross
ing of the Southern Pacific at Divide
in Lane county will begin within a
short time and bids have been asked for
submission at the meeting of the Stato
Hiuhway commission on February 4.
Last fall this overhead crossing was
under consideration , but there was no
agreement betwocn the. county, railroad
and state. Now everything nas been
Harvoy Wells, insurance commission
er is in Portland today attending a
meeting of the committee appointed
by the governor to investigate the Ore
gon Fire Insurance rating bureau. The
committee is exacted to make a re
port to the governor, The Bureau was
established in 1817. .
APPOINTED TODAY IN
Marion County Represented
On Important Committee
By David Looney.
In the assignments of committees
fnr the house bv Speaker Seymour
Jones, Marion county is remembered
by the appointment of luvid a. .uu"
ey on the all important ways and means
committee but it has no representative
on another Ibig (tommitMee that pi
roads and highways. '
Mr. Looney besides beang on tne
ways and means committee will serve
on the committee on mining and on
expositions and fails.
Martin, representative from
Marion county, is on three committees
that of insurance, printing and ju-
Sam H. Hughes who was in the house
in 1900 and now a member of the JJia
legislature was given assignments on
the fisheries committee, game and also
labor and industry.
George W. Weeks, of Salem, rural
route 8, found his appointments as
chairman of the committee on food and
dairy products, health and public mor
als and on horticulture.
The entire committee assignments as
announced this morning, with the ex
ception of .that of medicine and phar
macy which have not as yet been nam
ed, are as follows:
Agriculture -4 WhoeHer, Crawford,
Hunter, Brownell, Westerlund.
Alcoholic traffic Lafferty, Elmore,
Idleman, Cross, Thompson.
Assessment and taxation Fuller, Bol
ton, Sehubol, Hosford, Stannord, Thrift
Banking Gore, Iedman, Haines,
Dodd, Gordon, Elmore, Roman.
Cities nd towns Richards, Coffey,
A. A. Smith.
Claims 'Ballagh, Stewart, David Gra
Commerce and navigation Lotgrcn,
Roman, Edwards, Hosforri, Brownell.
Corporations Haines, Sheldon, Bur
dick, Hosford, Eugene Smith
Counties Cross, Lewis, McFarland,
Education Thompson, Lafferty, Dav
id Graham, Brand, Richards.
Elections Crawford, Wright, Hurd,
Expositions and fairs L. M. Gra
ham, Looney, Hunter, Chilis, Moore.
. Engrossed bills Richardson, Gordon,
Enrolled bills Childs, Brownell, Ful
ler. Fisheries Hurd, Hughes, Stannard,
Riilliurh. Cross. Sidler, Roman,
Hop wire and all kinds
of hides. Before you
sell-See Us. Phone 39S.
CAPITAL JUNK CO.'
Tick h Tcbj
Cklawe Mediela tad Tea Ok
uaa meoieiae which will
ay know diseaea.
vp Baadayt from 19
- , IMSoetk Hljh St.
Watkliw Remedies Liniment, Men
thol, camphor, Mustard Ointment, Spic
es, Extracts and Toilet Articles. Qual
ity gunrantood. For sale bv M. W.
Rowley, 331 N. Liberty St., Salem. 2-13
The. Journal reporter stands correct-
lod in writing tho police court item re
jgHrding tho arreat of several parties
for spitting on the sidewalk, It seems
that Al Jones, ono of the persons men
tioned, was not found guilty mid hence
did not pay a fine. In this connection
the authorities are reminded that the
anti-spitting ordinance would stand a
better show of observance if the prop
er 8ign were posted on the slreet tr-
ners, reminding tho passerby that such
a regulation is iu existonce. The penal
ty is from one to five dollnrs. Common
decency Bhould load citizen to abstain
from such a practice, but lot of peo
pie don't have their "think tank" in
operation all the time. ,
Lunch counter opposite O. E. tt. S.
depot. Good lunches, M. J. B. coffee.
Lady waitress. Open from 6 a. m. to
12 p. m. 2 14
W have new supply of Bishop's
fleece wool yarns on hands, in khaki
and gray shades. Orders by mail or
phono promptly filled. Woolen Mill
Sr. M. P. Mendelsohn recently stop
ped off in Salem for a brief visit, but
will leavo in a few days for California
Vhcre he will spend the winter in the
hopo that the ehange of climate will
Smprovo his health. .
Mrs. William Wlsuer, residing on the
'W&llaco road about a mile from the
river bridge, had a very serious fall
from tho steps at her homo last eve
ning, breaking otw of her arms between
the wrist and elbow. Mrs. Wisner has
been in ill health since last Thanksgiv
ing. o ,
O. F. Mishler, who hog been a patient
at .tho Salem hospital for Some time,
is go far recovered that he was taken
to his home oa Salem Heights today.
The rumor Is current that TVnn CnnM
suspended operations uutil after
The Irrigation Securities Commission
has approved for certification bonds
amounting to $200,000 for the Ochoso
Irrigation district at Pfincvillo, Crook
county. An additional certification of
$000,006 has alreadjt been certified
The district originally voted $1,100,000
in bonds and the action today certifies
the entire amount.
An application has been filed in the
state enginer's office with tho Irriga
tion Commission for' the certification
of $ri0,000 bonds of the Pnyette Oregon
Slope. The commission will take up nn
investigation of tho project.
The office of the state engineer will
consider tho application of tho Hood
River District for certification of $207,
000 bonds. No action will be taken un
til tho commission has additional in
formation and until nn investigation
mis Deen made
Count Hsbenzollern Is
On Verge Of Insanity
Amsterdam, Jan. 14 Wilhclm Hohen
zollorn i on the vcraro of becomins e
helpless lunatic, according to informa
tion brought hero today by a prominent
Hollander who just left. Count Bent
inck'g caatle, whero he was a guest. He
declared tho former emperor talks con
tinually. His conversation is rambling
and emtio. Ho cannot sleep at night
and guardians of the Bentinck castle
frequently see him walking in the park
GET SlOAirS FOR
You don't have to nib it la
to get quick, comfort
Once you've tried it on that stiff
Joint, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheu
matic twinge, lame back, you'll find
wafm soothing relief you never
thought a lmimeat could produce.
V, on't stain the skin, leaves no muss,
wastes no time in applying, sure to
give quick results. A large bottla
means economy. YrMir swrn s anu
other druggist has it. Get it today.
New Fashion Plates
and Designer for
February now here
Our Prices Always The Lowest
PLANK, PRESIDENT OF
lU4;u, jivna, w.'i..,
Food and dairy products Weeks,
Thrift, Crawford, Griggs, Merryman.
ir orestry ana conservation
Lafferty, Edwards, Fullor, Elmore.
Game llcFarlana, unggs, ungues,
Health and Public Morals Elmoro,
Dedman, Weeks, Thorns, Burnaugh.
Horticulture unuui, wesienumi.
Weeks. Bolton. Sheldon.
Immigration David Uranam, Home,
Jones, Moore, Coffey.
InsuranceMartin, Coffey, Sidler,
Irrieation Merryman, Gallagher,
Wheeler, Dodd, Brownell.
Judiciary liean, tfurmcK, t-ross,
'cwis, Martin, Woodson, Sidler.
Labor and Industry Schubel, Home,
Tugcne Smith, Hughes, Griggs,
liivcstocjk GriggK, Hunter, Wheel
er, Woodson, Bolton.
Manufacturing Dedman, Jones, nils-
man, jHivitt uranam, uoraon.
Medicine, Pharmacy and Dentistry-
No committee nnounced.
Military Affairs Westerland, Bur-
dick, Koman, Bean, Stewart.
Mining A. A Smith, Ualiagher, Den
nis, Gore, Looney.
Printing Kubli, Hurd, Kugcno Smith
M. Graham, Martin, Hunter.
Publie Institutions Woodson, Hare,
Public Lands Stewart, Ballagh,
Stannard, Burdick, Lewis.
Railways and Transportation. re
wards, Idleman, Dennis, Lafferty, Lof-
Annual Horticultural National
Farm Loan Meeting ,
Held Today. '
The annuel meeting of the Horticul
tural National Farm Loan Association
for this district was held this morning
at the office of the local manager A.
C. Bohrnstedt, at which the following
ofifcors and directors wore elected:
John U. Plank; president; A. H. Litch
field, vice president; A. C. Parsons, di
rector; C. A. Poole, director; A. t
Bcardsley, director; Dora L. Cummmgs
director; A. C. Bohrnstedt, secretary-treasurer.
Among other items of business it was
authorized.lnat tho capital Btock be
increased to $30,000.
Tho report of the secretary-treasurer
shows that from the tiino of itB organi
zation in 1917 up to Dccombcr 81, 1918,
there had been received at this office
applications to the amount of $193,300
and this with the applications since
placed on filo makes a total of 9zw
300. This amount has been reduced by
the withdrawal of applications to the'
extent of $5300.
Tho Federal Loan Bank has approved
loans of $136,000 and there are now
awaiting the action of the bauk repli
cations to tho amount of $17,700. The
amount of loans rejected by the bank is
$2600, while thero are loans amounting
to $37,300 which have been appraised
by the bunk and are awaiting action.
The authorized capital stock of the
association is $10,000, which has beea
oversubscribed by $250. Capital stock
paid in amounts to $4115.
In his annual report the secretary
"Tho business has boon exceptional
ly pleasant and the upplicants havo
been appreciative and courteous. The
directors and tho loan committee hnvo
dono their full part at any and all times
The federal land bank hag been prompt
and efficient in all of its dealings with
us, with tho exception of tho matter of
appraisements. That has not boon tho
entiro fault of the br.-nk by any means,
and Mr. O'Shea, the president, only a
short time ago promised me that in tho
future tho bank would endeavor to givo
prompt appraisements, and that it was
now in a position whore it coiild do so.
As a whole our relations with tho bank
have been uniformly ploasant and 1 am
sure that we can count on efficient,
prompt and courteous service through
our associations." 1
DIRIGIBLE ON TRIP.
Charleston, S. C, Jan. 14. The giant
government dirigiblo C-l, cn route New
York to Key West, passed over Cliarlcg
ton shortly aftor lioon today headed
south. Tho vessel is continuing on its
voyngo to Key West, officials announc
ed here, and will nfit turn back to New
York ns stated at Georgetown.
AUCTION SALE, THURSDAY, JAN. 1 6, AT 1 P. M.
Hare, Dodd, Kubli.
Revision of Laws Hare, Schubel,
Lofgren, Richards, Jonest Gallagher, A,
Roads and Highway Dennis, Gore
Wright, L. M. Graham, Richardson,
Rules and Joint Rules No commit
Salaries Of Public Officials Wright
Dodd, Burnaugh, Edwards, Lafferty
Ways and Means Gordon, Haiuss,
Kubli, Thompson, Chads, Brand, Lot
Three States Ratified
Chicago, Jan. 14. Five states todav
ratified tho national prohibition amend
ment and like action bv but seven more
state legislatures is required to make
prohibition a part of the const tutional
law ot America.
Indiana, Arkansas and Illinois todiv
j .1.- i . . ... .. . y
jouivu inc list oi states voting legis
lative approval to the amendment
Twenty-nine states have endorsed the
measure through their legislatures.
Ratification by thirty . six states,
three fourths of the soveriim 4H. i
required. Legal authority has informed
prohibition leaders here that the amend
ment Decomes effective automatically
one year from ithe date of ratifica
tion by the thirty sixth state.
Wisconsin's legislature will vote on
the amendmeut tomorrow. "Trv"
eg professed to be confident of vic
Amsterdam Jan. 14. A bullet narrow
ly missed General Harries, head of the
Ameneon mission, M h u a
7 T- V Aal0n aunnK Saturday's
street fightinir i Biin ...,,;.',l
a dispatch received here today. '
Real estate to be sold without reserve to settle tho Pembcrton estate.
Located 6 mileg south of Salem on South Commercial and mile eaBt
First placo east of the church.
Thirty acres )f prunes, good house, barn and drier and well wate":
Terms to be known day of sale,
LITTLE TALKS ON THRIFT
By S. WRAUS. Wta American SxMg far Tb(ft J .
f f ' J
A year ago
wc were in
the midst of
the worst war 1
the world h is
To-day wc are
on the thresh
old of the
era of human
accompl i s h -ment,
; nrus of living for the peoples of all
, the world, of broader conceptions of
politics of a closer relationship be
; " '' closes, and of a foretaste
I of the real brotherhood of man
! have gamed frotn tlie war, but we
'ml trsUtt? W can k
....... .IUCnt 0n,y Wlh J
tiiiucd and general pacticcs of thrift.
c must learn fh.t mt j ,
- - " uie strong mean great
w.mt only wastes eventuallv m,.
ll, IL. . '
..I .... .....s
' cracy. But we hsw
I u '
" """we, not only from .C
vi-r hnm, . .. """iigance
ours is the nw r i" nenccfort"
I there cm h. n ?- ?eT. "nd
o 1.111 It I,
standpoint of Individual gains and
personal success, but let us visualise-':
the manner in -which tins virtue ftls;
into the general order of -the world's,"
affairs in the era we are now entering
the Victory era, the era of Thrift;,
and Democracy. , ' ?
Thrift means n.ore than saving
rnonay, improving time or conserving
health. It has a necessary place to ,
fill in the development of civilization, 'i
" gives aaaca significance to tne '
sacrilices. the sufferings and the vie- :
torics of the world's greatest war. In "
brief, if we are to make permanent"
the benefits of this war we must do
so through thrift. '
There musrbe an- opportunity for -
all men to practice thrift, because
there can bfe neither enduring happi
ness nor lasting progress where thrift-
lessness exists and the masses of the
people are underpaid or are not giv
en proper educational advantages. '
Popular thrif tlcssnrs simply ines'is -the
impoverishment of the millions for
the enriclimcnt of the few, and the
development of such conditions would
bring us back to the old situation that ;
existed before the war. To return
to the pre-war status in these matters
would be to render useless all the,
sacrifices this war has cost.
We must go on ever forward and'
iini...,l 11, . ,
"i'",lu' " e can ao so only tnrmign
the universal practice of thrift, which
protects the weak, more justly dis
tributes wealth, raises the standard of:
living among all men, stimulates the,
educational processes and nvikes
permanent and tangible the noble ac
complishments of democracy. 9 J