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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1919)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY. APRIL 1 m - t rrrvt
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Frof. Zgg. mtia recently nsUTtid
his tkaXt ia !"illanietta oaiversity oa
actaiuit of continued ill health, yester-
aiy susm'tto.t to a criuoal operanca
at a lVrilanlhpitsd. H e&ais tira
taf ordeal' m good "tonJition; tfloush
the operation revealed the fact that ha
troublj n more feriouj this t!T ph"y
s.eiar.s tho'JEht,- it b.,"-!? ettM of ea
cor of the bdweU It will t nee
sary to have a supplementary opera
tion ant week. "
W< & Low, c'ty street coxnJssl?n
er, say4 the i!y ha Una put fin in
cement sidewalk ou the s)uh si io of
l-'th stnvt, !H f,et oa the north i ie
of tlie liriiiie nd GO fevt on tlu' eolith
ide. The city haj.(t!4 to own four
lot thero w.st of the S. P. d pot on
12th street. Thi, ba4 alay4 bvn t
rather dunjferou a nt as people here
tofore lave lipcn o'llised to walk ia
the street at this pint.
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Ssrgest-tnjor X. B. PnibricJf, w&o
luj Ken stationed with, the depot bri
gade at Oamp Lewis, eaaie la yestar
Juy on a 1 day leave and will visit
with hi parents and frlsaJj. He was
$1.00 for 70c
At the big Spring and Easter Sale at the People's
Cash Store, 186-191 N. Commercial street. Beginning
Saturday and continuing Monday.
We have just received a big assortment of all
kinds of yard goods from the east. Best qualities
and the latest colors at surprise prices. We also re
ceived a big assortment of Ladies, Girls and Child
ren's washable dresses, aprons and playing suits,
which are real bargains."
35 Per Cent Reduction in all kinds of Lndies and
Girls' Shoes, Slippers and Tennis Shoes, which will
surprise you as to quality and prices.
In the meantime we did not forget you gentle
men. Would you like to buy $1.00 for 70c?
And in the meantime to get the best qurlity cf
goods. Buy your Easter hats, clothing and shoes
and all your furnishings at the People's Cash Store.
Only one place. You will feel happy after you pay
your good mxmey for them.
A few items as follows:
Men's heavyweight overalls $1.49
Men's heavy coveralls, all sizes $2.98
Heavy working jackets $1.49
Heavy flannel shirts ..98c
Men's khaki shirts, military style 85c
Men's blue working shirts 75c
Men's heavy socks 15c
Khaki handkerchiefs 5c
We have lots of real bargains for you.
Please come early.
Remember our premium FREE coupons.
Peoples Cash Store
186-194 N. Com! St. ' Phone 453
This pump in the fine black kid welt sole at $7.00
Ana so nas tne iinest line oi pump buckles ever H
shown in Salem. No two alike. Be individual. Prices t
$2.00 to 50c a pair. Have a look! They're beauties, fe
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ours tor 11
This generous acquaintance
offer is made to introduce you
to our new ROSE BATH a
pure white, daintily perfumed
floating soap made especially
for bath use.
Its quality makes it a luxury soap; its
moderate price an economy. It is handy
in shape and generous in size. , It has a
quick, ample, thoroughly cleansing lather.
We want to give you two full size
cakes of this new bath soap for a thorough
trial. So we make this special offer:
Buy tzvo cakes of your favorite Palm
olive at the regular price and present
Your dealer will wrap up the two cakes
Ol KOSP Rafll tiriK U: T A T IfAT T-wrw-i
UU1 vuu mis rALMULl V Ji.
Four full size cakes of
luxury soap yours for the
price of two
Just tear out the coupon,
sign it and take it to your
regular dealer. Just say, "I
want two cakes of Palmolive
at the regular price and the
vvu i,uKvj uj nose nam free!
liach dealer's supply is limited.
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lu full In foiinHlnlf .1 ""''V"K "!' miwt he l,.rt
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SLEEPS FIVE MONTHS
.iriiuL-u ncr, nnc uuu lu uriii; in;r in a (uurn'l over HIT UlV'orCfl UCtlOII
out of t'.m Htupnr. Mm. Morton is kept was toiluy siuitciiciil to if impriHon
formerly connected with the Indurtrial moda counly infirmnry, aftor eleven ILathrop, convicted of murder In tho!
iacciiltnt commission and on receiving ' physicians, who r.t different times at-' first degree for the dliootinz of his wife
i his discharijo will teturn to Ifio ottice. .tended her, were uunldo to bring her in a quarrel over her divorce action,1
LONG STEISE ENDED
Han Krancisco, April 4. A ntrike of
i.'M union voted to tuko tho tamt i
alive by forcille feeding of fluids, ment at hr.nl labor. Lnthrop plended . d"ratlHn ''""'d today when
Physicians admit her disc is due to the 'insanity, lie idiot his wife and wound- i "'"chiiiist and Ijoilermukers returned to!
Oakland, Cal., April 4 Asleep for,
five months, Mrs. Julia Morton, 30, is
still under the influence of the " sleep-1
i:iif sickness." Bhe irnow in tho Ala-!
after effeets of influenza.
fipokanc, Wash., April 4,
eil Iter littln Rirl. Lntlirnp took tho rk in luiv shipvards. Tin y won tlair
sentence calmly. Ho said ho thouKht fiKI.t for the 44-hour week and .
llie coiivu-tKiii was unfair. ' . , , ...
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