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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1919.
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Our Millinery Department
The very last thing in hats. Whether you be old, young
or middle aged, you will find exactly what you thought
you would look well in.
DONT pass final judgment on that Easter hat until you
have seen our display, because you will afterward feel
regret in being hasty.
THIS department has a complete line of straw braids as
well as trimings of all stylish descriptions.
money, nor give it too quickly. We ere
not Derniittiua any more to die than me
can help, but, Ambassador Morgen
thau told me, we have saved the Ar
menian rare from annihilation, yet the
death rate is now 10.0U0 per week. To
our osual burdena has been added the
eare of many thousands of orrinans
whom the allies have compelled the
Turks to release from a bondage worse
Three shiploads of supplies started
overseas in January and a fourth is
now loading in New York. Among the
supplies are 15,000 tons of flour, HHt mo
tor trucks, ten farm tractors, ,13 am
bulances, 4,500,000 yards of cloth, 100,-
000 blankets, 50,000 pairs of shoes, 13
100-bed hospital units. Two thousand
nd four hundred tons of rice were
bought in the Caucasus.
Figures show that Portland tins al
readv raised more than the entire quota
of Multnomah county, which was t"3,
000. Clatsop county has passed its quota
by 25 per cent incretae with a subscrip
tion of 14937. Linn is the seconfl in the
list of counties to ante with a total of
$5006.73. Hr. Hundsuker thinks there
is no doubt that the stnto will raise itB
(Continued from Paee 1.)
A VISIT TO OUR STORE MEANS MONEY SAVED TO YOU
Sampson & Gideon
152 North Commercial Street
.WOID COUGHJ1 Bavaria Not To Be Included
an COUGHERi! I In Treaty Of Peace Say Allies
1 IB70 'taL'' '7
30 DROPS-S10PS coucn.r
HALF THW VQU. CHILDKtM
Busle, April 11. (United Press.)
The allies have notified the German
government that Bavaria will not be in
cluded in the penco treaty, a dispatch
from Stuttgart reported today.
Such action by the allies would bo re
garded as virtual recognition of the in-(lnpendptii-e
of Bnvnrla, though not nee-
essariiy of the new soviet government.
DIES AT HUSBAND S GRAVE
Portland, Or., April 11. Mrs. Ma
tbias Beck, 70, fell dead while attend
ing the funeral of her husband yester
Following the completion of the ser
vices, tho body of Mrs. Beck wns re
moved to nn undertaking parlor in ths
hearse which had taken the remains of
her hiwtmnd to the cemetery.
DO IT NOW BEFORE IT'S TO LATE
HURRY HURRY HURRY
The doors of the Spencer Hardware Co. must be closed in short notice. Quick
est action taken to close out every thing in the next few days. An opportunity
the public of Salem and vicinity will never get again. Remember every ar
tide now being sacrificed less than the WHOLESALE COST. We will not
move one thing. Everything goes regardless of any profit. Hit the iron
while it's hot; buy plenty for the future; it's just like finding money. Any
thing here in the line of BUILDER'S HARDWARE and TOOLS, PAINTS,
BLACKSMITH SUPPLIES, GRANITE and ALUMINUM WARE priced so
low you will be tempted at first sight.
Guaranteed 1 year
With vacuum bottle,
regular $4.25 value
All Colors .
50 feet 3-4 in
All Store Fixtures
Floor Show Cases
Thousands of other
Too Numerous to
4G6-474 State Street
"Your Credit is Good Here"
have told the Germans their armies
were defeated militarily.
Perhaps this belief fosters tho tulle re
garding "the next war." Not only oc
casionally but frequently nud by all
classes of people you uro asked, ''Weil,
when is the next war coming 1" Often
Germans go farther than that, aud
speak specifically of the "next war
with France to get revenge." There is
war talk on all hands, tjouli Germany
is in a sti'.to of collupse that is almost
hopeless, and is entirely dependent upou
the will of the allies for her future.
How much tho German believes of
what ho says is another matter. Prob
ably he is out 0f his houut but this same
disinclination to realize actual condi
tions as they wvero, led tho Germun to
support tho military claBS during the
first four years of tho war. 'lho Ger
man aunrently docs not think things
out any more than he did.
In his attitude reKl'1K tho entente,
tho German manifests about the same
breadth of vision, Papers are filled
with vindictive articles, much of which
is furnished by bureaus established for
the purpose in Holund and Switzerland,
which carry sensation rthor than news.
Whether this campaign to stir up
hatred is organized or not is not certa
But tho fact remains that Germans are
bei inspired with a hatred of t rance
that never existed beforo, and that
makes being good neighbors the more
difficult. The feeling has becemo Tin
dictive over tho blockade and the non
arrivr.l of food, which all Germans cx
Internal questions get about tne same
amount of logic in their treatment.
While tho government Is attempting to
establish order that production may im
prove tho conditions of workmen, the
latter through their Soviets are declar
ing waves of strikes, most of which are
for sympathetic, reasons.
It is no uncommon thing for hr.lf a
doien or more strikes to occur because
ono group of people demand better p:
or because a law is not passed as quick
ly as a certain class wishes. No doubt
the conditions are bod, but the strikes
for sympathy just muke thorn worse.
Employers find that worKinen wno hivve
come from the front are only half as of
ficient, not because they aro out of
practice, but because of the abnormal
psychology unilor which they livo now.
Menetally they have become bolshevik,
errnctic aud lazy.
This wave, of irresponsibility is ono of
tho greatest dangers Germany faces and
makes the establishment of the new re
public extremely difficult. Tho govern'
ment claims it is duo to under nourish
meiit, which is tartly true, but not en
tirely, since groups of men who have
been well felnre subject to tho same
germ of loose thinking.
One of the results of the war has been
the lack of respect for law anfl order
and a carelessness with human life. It
has made the Oornians ready to use
arms for any small issuo they deem un
Probably it will be a question of
years before tho German becomes clear
headed and clear-thinking. Ho started
out with an abnormal psychology, in
spired by conceit, and the wrt gradual
ly made him ripe for the mental collapse
that took place with the rcvotutlon.
Directors of tho Warm Springs irri
gation district have voted to submit a
bond issue of WO.00O to the voters of
the district and called the election for
At the big opening of the economy basement combined with the big Eas
ter sale in all our departments in groceries, dry goods, hats and shoes at the
People's Cash Store, 1S6-194 North Commercial Street.
The Economy Basement
Is very well known to the public from far and near, since it was under
the management of the J. L. Stockton Company, but we can assure you under
our management it will be the magnetic point for Salem- It will not be the
only one of its kind, but one in the valley. Salem will become famous from
our economy basement.
We will supply you with real bargains fro mevery part o fthe east and
middle western states.. .,-
GET SLOAN'S FOR
YOUR PAIN REEF
You don't hate to rub It la
to Jet quick, comfort'
One you've tried It on that stiff
Joint, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheu
static twinge, lame back, you'll find
warm, soothing relief you never
thought a liniment could produce.
Won't stain the skin, leaves no muss,
wastes) no time in applying, sure to
give quick results. A targe bottle
meant economy. Your own or any
ether rlmrfi't ha it. Ot it today.
Don't Miss the
Big opportunity to get the benefit of our opening and our Easter sale.
We will give one metal towel holder FREE with the purchase of each dollar
in the basement only. A few items are as follows in our Economy Basement:
Men's, Womens, and children's
A big market basket 10c
16-oz. bottle bluing . 10c
Matches, big box 5c
Crystal White soap .....5c
White Flyer, 6 for ...! 25c
Mop Sticks 15c
Men's heavy socks 15c
Boys' heavy stockings 25c
Half dozen white handkerchiefs....23c
Half dozen khaki handkerchiefs....29c
Sandles for children, sizes from
5 to 2 63c
$1.35 brooms 63c
Large size toilet paper ..8c
Also hundreds of other bargains.
Crown flour $2.95
Olympic flour $2.90
Fishers hard wheat flour $2.75
(With sifter to each customer)
Valley flour $2.55
9 lbs. sack pancake flour C5c .
Corn Meal, white and yellow 65c
Oat Meal, per sack .....65c
Rolled oats, per sack 65c
Sugar, per sack $9.65
11 lbs for $1.00
Coffee, the very best in bulk 27c
3 pounds for 80c
Armour's Cornflakes 12c
2 pkgs. Grape Nuts 25c
Cream of Wheat 24c
Cream of Barley 16c
2 puffed rice or wheat 25c
4 lbs. Aunt Jemime pancake flour 47c
White and Red Mexican beans,
per lb. . 8c
Lima beans, 2 lbs. for 25c
Bacon 35c per lb.
Also big reductions in lards, compounds and Crisco of all kinds.
Substitute butter, Umeco and Nucco, 34c per pound.
Selected onions, 3 cents per pound.
Potatoes, 2 cents per pound; per sack, $1.75.
Peanut butter, 16 cents per pound.
Big reduction in all kinds of syrup and mollasses. .
Best white table syrup, $1.10 per galon.
Candy all kinds, 25c per pound; National Corn crackers, 3 pounds for 25c.
Everything in our departments "reduced for our Easter sale-
Phone or Bring Your Orders Early
People's Cash Store
186-194 N. Commercial St.
Head rice, per pound . 9c
Broken rice, 4 pounds for 23c
Soda and Oyster crackers, lb 17c
Graham crackers, pound 18c
Carnation and Bordens milk,
per can 15c
per dozen :. $1 75
Libby's and Armour's Very Best '
v 2 cans for 27c
One case for .'.......$6.35
Sweet corn 15c; dozen $1.75
Sugar peas, 15c; dozen $1.75
Tomatoes, 2 l-2c, 15c; dozen...;....$1.7".
Solid pack tomatoes, 2 for 35c
Pork and Beans, No. 2 15c
Pineapple, No. 2 23c
Grated Pineapple 13c
No. 10 Apples 13c
Mustard in pint jars 25c
Armour's best catsup, full pint....23c
Cooking oil of the best, gallon....$1.95
No. 5 shortening $1
In the meantime please visit our premium department which composes
glass and silver ware, fancy crockery and hundreds of other items, which we
are giving free with the purchase of each dollar. j
30c, 60C, f 1.20
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