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FRIDAY, AfRIL 18, 1919.
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"The Heart of Humanity"
"ALIAS, MISE MCRAN"
Liberty Loan Picture
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TAPT. HDD. JR."
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tr. t fcai4 i hmi usl uerre eellv
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Lloji W. Im Displays Eaeay
Pellet Tbt Put hb la
honor rui1: Uiek-hmaun,
Sheelv, Salt Lake.
Seven th.'Ua;id and fifty-seven fans j
turned out in Oakland yesterday to:
atch the Acorn administer a live to
four defeat to the Seals. It was the I
Oakii first game at home. Mayor DavifSj
opened the game bv throwing the first
ball Ther're itill looking for it. j
Again tie Angela downed the Tigers,
l his time with the gengals rating a
blank. Score: Angola 1; l ibera 0. Sam I
I Crawford for the seraphim hit four in'
four trips, two of them being doubles.
U'.ck'hinuun 'a homer decided th 12-'
inning game between the Senators aud
Kainiers. ith the score tied and one
man on, he toured the sacks, Score,
Seattle 9; Saernmenta 7.
Beavera weakened their hold on the !
THEEE MEN MISSING FROM
SUNKEN TUG ONE DBOWNED
Kew York, April 18. Three men from
the naval tun Frehold were missing to
day and it was believed at least one of
them was drowned when the tug sank
a she fought the tide in docking the
transport Haxonia late yesterday. The
W1IY COUGH AND
COUGH AND COUGH?
Dr. King's New Discovery
removes the danger of
Coughing until the parched throat
rwt painful should not be permitted,
hould be relieved before it gains
headway with dost pi Dr. King's
The earn with a cold or bronchial
attack. Millions have used this well
knowa remedy (or half a century
regularly without thought of change.
Sold by druggists sine 1869. An all
important adjunct to any family
medicine cabinet. 60c and $1.20.
The Burden of Constipation
is lifted, comfortably but positively
when you treat your bowels with Dr.
King's New Life Pills. The liver gets
busy, digestion improves, the sickly,
sallow skin is freed from bile. Get a
bottle today start thi day right, 25c,
J. 0. Parry 'a
man believed drowned iaLawronce Laa-
ahan, chief machinist 'a mate. The oth-
i . . . i .i
er two are mougni to nave ueeu uuu
ashore in rewboat.
The. publie service commission has re
ceived a message from Clyde B. Atchi
son of the interstate commerce commis
sion .calling attention to the coming
conference of tho commission at Kansas
City, early in May. Among numerous
other cases coming up for hearing there
will bo several complaints from Oregon
shippers with regard to rates from Port
land and other points to northern Cali
fornia points, which nt present are any
thing but satisfactory. Mr. Atchison
suggests that Oregon bo represented by
several prominent men in order that tho
situation may be thoroughly canvassed.
. m r . a
Llbv.l W. lvie. who rteentlv ro-
turnei from the scene of the unpleas
jaatnes in anoe, brought with him
:a small memento, which, while not
much for display or nitnnsic value, ".s
very suggest've. H is a nachino gun
iullet that "had irs rime oa it" arid
yet did not get h;m lo- "kieps." As
a member of the eiyinecrs corps he
was helping to lh:cw Ufttter a hurry
','p bridge over tb Vcs'c liver under
enemy fire when the bullet s'.ruck his
left hand, eulting through three bones
below tiie firs, kuwklcs. Then it tried
to piece i.is suatoaiy a; i, vital i '
but ko: v::ed ly lis hiav ea:;-
.ridge M;, id i! ! ded.
t lvie lad, no pa.:iiu!ar love for the
bullet, wukii pvt hiiu u the hospital
lit llfil lium'l. WuKU pvi mm i- " "'"i"""
I jSjJl at .N .U; ;c t.i' miailis, bu: htf
, ifr,'V-i 'saved it jus: t'..f am., Ue ruturus
w- '.'?'TTU home after about two years in the ser
,1 jvice, having cnlU-tcil in May, 1917,
lengu standing by an 8 to :
JUST as the extremes c! joy
and sorrow are felt by women,
more than by men, so the ex
tremes of "'hard times'' or
prosperity arc felt most keen
ly by the Women,
v Women, aa the buyers for
Oregon homes spend rrobnbly
more than A 'MILLION DOL
LARS A WEEK.
Think of it his tremendous
power in their hands for mak
ing Oregon grow and prof per I
HOME INDUSTBY LEAGUE
spending several niomns at lamp iew-
is and several mors at Camp Greene,
'North Carolina. His career in Trance
was "full up," being fent from one
pciut to ano. her in tic fighting xonc
lwith the 4:h engineers, who had th
!jii. leant ta-k of cor.s' ructing a"d re-
leonstruciins roads ai.d bridges through
Although the railroad administration
has ordered a 10-cent reduction on all ;
road-building materials in this torritory, t
the public service commission will con-.
Hnue its efforts to socure a still lower
rate, which is considered not only eqult-j
able but necessary. During the war
period the rate on these materials was
incroacd 20 cents a ton, and the recent
order from the administration reduces
the rate to the former commercial rate.
This la not considered sufficient by the
Oregon district freight tariff committee.
The Keith Konqueror shoes you have been waiting
for so long just arrived.
Every shoe in this line is an orthopedic shoe which
is made under the "Unlocked Process Patent.", which fea
tures the following:
1; Shank hollowed out far beyond the average.
2- Leather hammock supporting foot at the shank.
3. Flexible shank (usual stiff shank demainted).
4. Natural "foot form" last.
5. Sockets formed for large bones on bottom of foot.
LET US TELL YOU ABOUT IT MORE IN DETAIL
THIS SKIN PEELER ALL
THE SAGE IN SOCIETY
HOME OF QUALITY'
THIS BKIN FEELER ALL
THE RAGE IN SOCIETY
Thoro is a growing tendency among
women of culture and fashion to pay
more attention to hygienic means oi
preserving their charms. The advent
of mercolized wax doubtless has been
largely responsible for this. This re
markablo substance products complex
ions so natural in appearance, so niag
notically beautiful, artificial complex
ions are no longer desired. Instead of
"doctoring" an offensivo skin the
skia i peeled off. The wax peels the
skin so gradually, .in such fine par
ticles, no discomfort is exoerienced.
The fresher, younger ekin boncath,
wholly in evidence within a week or
two, is lily whito, satiny soft and
smooth. It's lot a patched over com-"
ploxion, but a brand ntw one. That's
why mercolized wax hnj become such
a rage among society folk. The wax
is put) on nights like cold cream end
washed off mornings. All druggists
have it; one ounce will do.
NORTH HOWELL NEWS-
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
North Howell, Or., April 18. John
Schneberk has sold his farm to Lester
Waltman and after having a sale of
livostock and other personal property
will niovo Ms family to SUcm. This is
one of tho largest real estate deals trans
acted nt North Hotvoll tor some tune.
The price was $200 cash per acre for 87
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Weeks of
Salem were visiting at A. T. C'line's
Quite n number from North Howell
went to Mt. Angel Mouiky lo View the
tieorge Vinton and family spent Sun
day at the C. E. McElwuiu home.
Burn To Air. and Mrs. J. E. LeCrnix
of filvcrcon. April 11, a 71b, girl. She
has been i.'tiotd Esther Evelyn. Mrs.
LaCroix is o grnnddaughtor of Isaac
Htcvens of this place.
The pupils of the school are rehears
ing a play to cc given nt the grange
hall within the month, particulars later.
Jr. uud Mrs. B. C. Jefferson spent
.Sunday at the homo of tho latter 's parents.
i Carl Buss is the latest purchnser of
a For.l in rwrth Howell.
2,737 Pupils Registered
la City Schools La March
The total number of pupils registered
in the Kalcm schools for the month of
March was 2737, according to the
monthly report of John W. Todd, super
intendent of schools.
The girls are still in the majority.
The figures stand, boys 1295, girls 1442.
In the firwt grade or primary, the girls
are in the majority, as the reports
shows 165 boys and 182 girls.
In the second grade, the figures show
117 bovs and 126 girls in the eity
schools. Hut in the third cade, the
boys are in the majority, as the report
shows 110 boys and 94 girls.
In the fourth grade the boys are still
in the majoritv with 124 to 115 girls.
And in the fifth grade, they are still
ahead with. J2j to 123 girls.
But in the sixth grade, the girls forge
tho shell torn areas so that the allied
artillery and supplies could be hurrmd
up to the front. This line of work car
ried with it about as many thrills as
the fighting front for it wag a favor
ite pastime with the Huns to ehell the
lines of tho supply trains. As a rule
the corps was employed on emergency
work that must be dono in a hurry and
regardless of danger. As to the train
ing in engineering work, lvie states
that there was very little training
about it as it was usunlly make shift
operation. His work tocrk him through
and past somo of tho great battle
areas, includiug Hoissons and Chateau
Thierry districts, but ho had very lit
tle opportunity for excursions. In fact,
he waa emphatic in the statement that
ho saw all of France that ho wanted to
for he was not at all impressed by
either tho country or the pooplo. Ho
passed through tho suburbs ot fans
but had no chanco for sight seeing.
Ivio haf a big word of praise for the
Red Crose workers, but got a poor opin
ion of some of tho surgeons somo of
them he declared being in tho class of
horse doctors. The fact that ho has
never ouito recovered the full uso of
his hand he ehargos to a bunglmg sur
"I was twico confined in hospitals,
in the last one nothing but gruel wa
ter wa injected into me times a
ilar as my stomach would net retain
any food . I suffered ternll was re
duced to a sketeton. jviy loi .s saw an
ad of Mayr's Wonderful Keinedy and
it has surely saved my I. re. 1 weign
180 lbs. now." It is a simple, harm
less preparation that removes the ca
tarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract
and Hllavs the inflammation which
ennses liractirallv all stomach, liver
and Intestinal ailments, including ap
nondicitis. One dose will convince or
money refunded. .1. C. Perry, Capital
Drug Store, and druggists everywhere
ahead as hero the boys number 118 to
122 girls. In tho seventh grade, the
bovs have the best of it with 109 to
106 girls. But in the eighth grade the
boys fall down badly, as here the num
ber is 6 bovs and 121 girls.
In tho ninth grade or tho lowest
grade in tho high school thero aro 132
boys to 149 birls. In tho sophomore
class of the high school, or the tenth
grade tho boys go into tho minority
again ns in this grade thero aro only
95 bovs to 123 girls.
The junior' year of tho high school
shows but 00 boys to 109 girls and the
senior class or twelfth grade, only 42
boys to 69 girls.
For the month of March tho average
uUuudance was 9ft per cent. The schools
were visited by 142 parents and 1737
pupils Wuie neither absent nor tardy,
Will be the day that
and we are ready to
In the English lace
We have the Brown Calf at
$25, for sizes 1 to 2 1-2; or
$4.50 for sizes 3 to 6.
1 to 2 1-2 $4.25
3 to 6 $4.50
Black Calf Neolin sole, 1 to
2 1-2 ....$3.45: 3 to 6, ....$3.75
Quickly Eased By Panotrsitlng
Hamlln'a Wizard Oil v
A sale and harmless preparation
to relieve the pains of Rheumatism,
Sciatica, Lame Bade and Lumbago is
Hamlin's Wizard OiL It penetrates
quickly, drives out soreness, and
limbers up stiff aching joints and
You will find almost daily uses for
it in cases of sudden mishaps or ac
cidents such as sprains, bruises, cuts,
burns, bites and stings. Just as re
liable, too, for earache, toothache,
croup and colic.
Oet it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have sick
tidae? Just try Wizard Liver
Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30
Brown Round toes, 10
to 13 1-2 $3.85
1 to 2 1-2 $4.35
3 to 6 $4.65
Black round toes, 10 to
13 1-2 $3 00
1 to 2 1-2 $4.25
3 to 6 $4.50
Another grade, sizes 2
to 6 at $3.50
Boys' Army Bluchers
Sizes 12 1-2 to 13 1-2 $4.00
1 to 2 1-2 $4.25
3 to 6 $1.50
This gives you just a little
inkling of what we are show
ing for Boys. There are
many other styles, too.
Be Brave, Back the Boys
Big master aale zi
Will begin Saturday and continue Monday. In all departments
of liroveries. Dry tioods, Clothing, Wea's Furnishings, Hats and
Shoes Also in our Economy Basement.
Our prices aro always the Lowest and especially in our
A sample of a couple of items are as follows:
Olymphic Flour ,
Fishers Hard Wheat Flour ,
One 8ack Rolled Oats
One tack Pancake Flour ,
Head Rice, per pound ...
Broken Rice, 4 ouuds -
Beans white and rod Mexican ..... ,
Lima, 2 pounds
1 Sack Hugar
M. J. C. Coffee, per pound . .. -
Lyons Coffee, per prtund
The Best Peaberry Coffee in bulk
S Pounds ...
12 Oz. Royal Baking Powder
13 Oi. Package Raisins ....
Burdens and Carnation Milk, Tall
Armours and Libby'a Very Best
1.65 Per Dozen; Per Cnse ,
No. 2V4 Tomatoes, 13c per dozea..
Hweet Corn, 13c; per dozen
Sugar Peas, 13c; per dozen ...
Solo Brand Pinenpplo, big can
Orated Pineapple .., ,,,
1 (Jul. Apples ,
AIbo Big Reduction in all Kinds of Canned Goods.
Pint Jur Mustard :..
Amours Best Catsup
No. 10 Red Karo byrup
No. 14 Blue Karo Syrup
(I Pounds Crlsco
1 Gul of tho Best Cooking Oil ......
No. 5 Compound or Shortening . ,
Compound in Bulk, per pound .,..
I'nieco and Nutola and Mero Butter
Peanut Buttor ....
Soda and Oyster Crackers l...:..'.
Uruhaiu Crackers :.iJX . .'.
Candy, All Kinds, Per Pound
2.00 Brooms !..!.!..!...!
1.33 Brooms ,
6 Big Bar of No Bub Nupthu ."..'...!....'.
Matches .. ,.
Burbanks Potatoes, per poiiod, 2c; per sack.- 1.70
Selected Onions, per pound .'le; per sack .... 2.50
Oranges, tho very largest ei. s. Pet ween 5fo and C pet dozen!
Fresh Eggs 1 M
Also a Big Reduction in All Finds of Tobacn, Cigarettes and Cigars
1.00 FOR 65o I OR SATURDAY ONLY
In All Kinds of Men's and Beys' Clothing and Shoes.
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS
Fancy Snort Khirtp , 70
- 9 6.30
.. 1.75 '
Funcy liress Shirts
Heavy Cliambray Work Shirts, All Color
Heavy Khaki Shirts
Men's ... Cotton L'nioii Suits 1 jij
u. v, u.
Men's Heavy Evcrwcar Overalls
Men's Heavy Khaki Coverulls
Men's Huts from 1.00 and up.
Oenuino Panama Hats 229
Mou's Socks, Different Colors '....Z1"Z' .16
Men's Umbrellas ". " 0j
Dress Oingnums, 2V inch from i3c t0 23c Per Yard.
Dress Uingimin, 31 inch, from 27c to 3:c Per Yard,
Voiles of All Colors, 22c to 4lic Per Yard,
Hop Muslin, 19c Per Yard. .
Dark Blue Calicoes, 'J.1 inch at 14c Per Yard.
Dark Bluo Culiroes, 36 inch ut 21!c Per Yard.
Light Calicoes, 27 inch llo Per Yard.
Lignt C icoes, 30-inch 20c Per Yard.
Crash Toweling, 12c Per Yard.
White Table Cloth, 62 iuches wide, 65c.
We just received a big assortment vi Bilk from one of the largest
houses ill tho East ut surprisingly ow r,riwa, "
Big Reduction in nl kinds of Ladies' and Children's Dresses:
I?rke, ilS! CVCrul1"' fl'"lar P' M-00, oi ipoeial
Also Big Assortment of Boys' Washable Suits 98c Ud TJp.
Children's Heavy piny Suits, aij kinds B6C
ECONOMY BASEMENT- .
A few items for your approval:
y,!',-".H","i,"ry 1'ttr,' B,'f contains one white erepe tablecloth,
42xoH niches. 1 '
10 Floral Crepe Napkins, 11,14, and lo Fibre Plates altogether
Just the think for liiiicln fiiu nr picnics.
Dark Blue Ci.licoes, 12c Per Yard.
Apron (iinghains, 11c Per Yard.
Ladies' und Men's Hocks. 15c Per Pair,
Heavy Boys' Stockings, 25c.
Khaki and White Handkerchiefs, 5c Each,
All Kinila of Remnants, 'a Price.
All kinds of Fancy Buttons, 5c Per Card. .
Kmbroifleries of All Kinds, Be Per Yard.
Hair Ribbon of Assorted Colors, 25c Per Yard.
Crystal White Soap, 6c Bar.
Big Box MUches, be.
20c Bottle Bluing, 10c.
10 yuart (ialvani.ed Pail, 27c.
Market Basket, 10c
Big Assortment of Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Slippers Tennis
Shoes and Sandals, 65c Per Pair.
Please Bring Your Orders Early So We Oan Do Prompt Delivery.
We are giving premium coupons with the pur
chase of each dollar. We also give strict attention
to all mail orders from the country.
Liberty Bonds accepted the same as cash.
Peoples Cash Store
186-134 H Coml Street