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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1919
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BV GEBTB.UDE FATEICIA ROBXSOK
THE numerous friends of the Ver
non .IV Kellj family will 'be
griered to hear of, their departure
to PorUand, where thief will make their.
Ii&mev Mr. Kelly ha accepted ft. posi
tion in the Portland post office. Their
two attractive- children, Miss Ethel
wynno and Master Don,, will 'be greatly,
mitwed in fjilem'aa they )both, are
great' favorites here, where they have
delighted many Salem audience with
their elever readings and child! im
personation, little Misa Ethelwynne
has become fameua alt over the state
for her talent, both' aa a reader of dra
matic art and as a musicion. The best
wishes of a host of friends in this city
accompany them to their new home.
Mr. and Krj. Lea I Gilbert have
aa their house guests-during fair week,
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Snyder of Port
land, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Purdin of
Portland, Mrs. Dan Einerick of Hills
1oro, and Adrian McCalman, vice pres
ident of the railinji MoCalman Hard
ware company- of (Portland.
A resolution to change the name
''Oregon Congress of. Mothers and
Parent-Teacher association" will come
tip at the stato convention in Medford,
and the movement to "substitute " Ore
gon Parent-Teacher association' is
now under way. As the state organiza
tion is composed solely of the parent
teacher circlos, the idea is undoubted
ly a good one, and inst as effective
work can be accomplished as though
the ..organisation were burdened with
the cumbersome title.
Mis Elizabeth Freeman Fox, dean
of women at the. University of Oregon
has returned to the- campus at Eugene
VILL BE PROLONGED
Saa 'Francisco, Sept. 24. (United
Press) With all hope of a compromise
gone for the present, the strike of rig
gers and stevedores along the water
front was brought to the point of dan
ger today by the employment of 800
strikebreakers many of them negroes.
The striking employes late yesterday
adopted by unanimous standing .vote
a resolution that slapped the Han Fran
cisco laibor council at the same- time
that it rejected the only compromise
proposition the employers are Willing
to make. : -
The labor council had tried to obtain
a secret vote. The resolution accused
the council of "spreading the propa
ganda of the employers by demanding
that a aecret vote be taken."
The longshoremen gathered in force
along the waterfront today and the
employers asked fo further police pro
tection, declaring the ' monacing atti
tude of the striker hampered their
employes. - 1
More police were, sent. It was admit
ted the situation was. serious.
Nelson Asked To Resign
- By Astoria school Board
. LEAGUE BASES
fBjt United Press.) :
Yesterday's winners: San Francisco,
Salt Lake, Sacramento.
The Seals took the first game of the
bay series from the Oaks, 3 to 1. Klein
er of the Commuters allowed 4 hits,
'while Casey Smith- distributed seven to
the Ferrytowa-gaBg. -
The Tiger -added another to their
" lost "' eorumn. The Bees took the open
er, W 8.-:. u ..;. - V v
waiter Mails held the Beavers to live
hits and the Sacramento club won, S to
0. f .S-. ,.
The Angels were traveling in the di-
rcetionax tteattie. rney win epea whq , TUnnnu
the Rainier tomorrow. i . I Htner. extracted .
Astoria, Or., Sept. 24. The school
board passed a resolution last night call-
intr iitwin Hinmiii Kalann tn rAoion nt
't. JJ abwLlu,e of " "I?"''"' d"ri"8 the director declared today he will not
which time she served with the Y. W. I , '
"I was elected by the people and the
peoplo will have to kick me off," Nel
The board member will probably hold
and Mra Lee U. Gilbert have ,n,s P"c because recall proceedings can-
front a ten day motor t 00 instituted agninst a member of
C. A. in France, iHelgium, Holland.
Switzerland England, Scotland and
Wales. While in Portland, she was the
guest of Mrs. George T. Gerlinger.
trip to Seattle.
i y w m
Mr and Mrs- S. P. Kimball, accom
panied ibv th latter' Bister. Mrs.
a public body who has not served six
months, kelson hasn't hold the office
Brines, of Columbus, Ohio, have- just because he refused to discharge a man
returned front! Pendleton where thev in hi.
Xiue? t?lr auenter, Mrs. Kugel and sUip papcrs rather than enter military
took in the Boundup,
Misa W. I. Staley, who has been the
guest of her daughter in California for
averal months, has returned homo.
Mr, and Mrs. Will Bennett and small
on have.' returned from Pendleton
Whore thy visited, the Roundup.
Mrs. C. 8. Wellcr has a hot house
guest duriuir fair week, her sister, Miss
K, J. Chamberlain of Portland.
. . 'Si,.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Clancy of Taco
ma hav arrived In Salem and will re
main as the guests of their son,. C. B.
Waney during the -remainder of fair
WHEN TO GATHER BOOTS AND
iFor medicinal purposes, roots and
herbs should be gathered when their
medicinal properties are at .their best.
For instance, roots of annual plants
should be- dug just before their flower
ing season, and root of biennial or
perennial plants after the tops have
OYied.. All these things are taken into
consideration fn gathering the roots
and herbs, many tons of which are
usedi annually in preparing that most
aucaessful of all remedies fur woman's
ills,..-Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Can turn their odd moments to profitaWt use at
this store. Here is high grade merchandise at money
saving prices, that will surprise most people not liv
ing near Salem.
Many new pieces of elegant Serges, Poplins and
Tricotines in navy, brown, plum, taupe, and
heather mixtures. These are 54 to 58 inches
wide, strictly- all wool fabrics from one of the
best mills in America. The price per yard,
f rom.r. ..................... .. .........$3.25 to $5.45
MANISH SUITINGS :
For a fine Tailored Suit, these beautiful hard
finished materials will surely please. ; They are
pure wool of the best long fiber, in brown and
black or blue and green mixtures--56 inches
wide, yard ...I............... ... $6.00
Excellent uqality and beautiful finish that
should bring more money and does bring more .
in many places. Copen blue, bottle green, taupe
42 inches wide at yard ......,...$7.65
Velvets' for Millinery Purposes are Extensively
used and we aie selling large quantities of them.
Look to your needs now. Wide range of light
and dark shades.
Store Closed all Day Wednesday Salem Day.
5c YARD A dozen bolts of red Bunting '
Suitable for decorating purpose 5c YARD
Pork, wi art Mutton
Pork on foot
Spring lambs .
gg and Poultry
Onions,, uei salt .
Sweet Potatoes .
Because gt tba inability at hop grow
ers to g?t sufficient pickers to harvest
their crora it ! Is predicted that trns
year's yield in' the Willamette valley
will fall at least 25 per sent short of
that antiicpated earlier in the seeson. :
San Francisco Conducting his own
defense ili his wiffr's divorce suit, At
torney B. 'P. Troy suddenly stopped,
U.ghly nettled and complained his wife
lias making faces at hint..
- Oakland, Cal.--Alfred Brown, eix
year old piccaninny, will live, but his
looks have changed; He held a fire
ciaclitr in his mouth and touched it
off. Three teeth are missing.
Carrota . ,
Grapes, Malagas .
Grapes, Tokays -
Eggs dozen .
Flour, hard wheat
Hens 3031c .
1.01 Angeles Try. this on- your pi
ano. Sam Beth bought his piano from
:i Chicago mail order house. He laid a
cignrnte on one of the"ivory" keys
and well they saved the houaet :
Portland, Mrs. Peter Josyln- alleg--
ed her husband tore the coveralls off
her body, objecting to her wearing
them. Fortunately, she was working in
a- barrel factory at the time.
ALKALI IIy SO
. BAD FOR THE HAIR
Soao should be used very carefully,
I if you want to' keep your hair looking
its best. Most soaps and prepared sham-
Dons contain too much alkali. Tnis
I dries the scalp, makes the hair brit
tle, and ruins it. 4
The best thing for steady se is mul-
Isificd cocoanut oil shampoo (which is
purs' and greaseless), and is better
I than anything elso you can use.
One or two teaspoonfuJs will cleanse
the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply
moisten the hair with water and rub
it in. It niakea an abundance of rich,
cream" lather, which rinses out easily,
removing every particle of dust, dirt,
dnndruit and excessive oil. The hair
dries quickly and evenly, and it leaves
the eculo soft, and the hair fine and
silky, bright lustrous, fluffy and easy
1U IIIUIIU, .
ion can get mulsificd cocoitnut oil
shampoo at any pharmacy, tt'a ery
cheap, and a few ounces will supply
every memoor of the family for months
i Adv. j
The Capital Journal
Daily Market Report
Wheat, soft whito Mo. 1 ..
feed oats .. .' .
Milling oats .
Hay, cheat, new
Hay, oats, new.,.
Creamery butter .
Portland, Or., Sept. 24. Butter, city
-Thereare two strengths
in tea: tea - strength and
tannin -strength. ,
, Tea-strength is entirely
agreeable and is good for
you.: ; ! , V.
Tannin -strength is
puckery and is bad for
the insides. .
Fine tea is, mostly tea
strength -almost no
tannin unless you steep it
Common tea is mostly
tannin - strength not
enough rdal . tea-strength.
to satisfy j you, and that
little is smothered by
Which will you have
tannin-strength or tea-
strength, common tea or
economical fine tea of this
There are four flavors of Schilling
Tea Japan, Ceylon - India. Oolong,
English Breakfast. All one qnality. Ia
parchmyn-lined mobtusa-pioof packages.
At grocers everywhere.
A Schilling & Co San Francisco
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An Economical, Delightful, light Place to Trade
Dhistrating The Newest Fashions. Moderately Priced.
Chosen with exceptional care so that there could be no question of correctness.
There are irresistable models with embroidery, severely tailored and semi
tailored ideas. The comfortable Russian blouse and a number " of others.
Prices on all show a marked regard for saving in assembling your Fall blouse
Priced from $2.50 to $25.00
Extra good quality
Crepe de Chines
and Georgette Cre
pes, Latest models
Salem's Exceptional Store
Eggs selected local ex 62(S69o
Hens, 2930e. .
DAILY LIVE STOO KMABEET
Tone of market slow
iGood ta choice steers $9. 50(210
Fair to medium steers $7.508.50
Common to fair steer $67
Choice to good cowa . and heifers
Medium to good cows
Tone of market steady
Prime mixed $17.50(SU8.30
Medium mixed $17 17.50
Rougl) heavies- : $Io.7517
.. Pigs 15.75a;l7
- Bulk 17.23fi17.50
.: - . - ' sneep
Tone of market slow
Prime lambs $11.5012
Fair to medium lambs $1111.50
Ewes- $89 - '-j- ' . -. I .
"Wetheis $78 -. , v
Yearlings $57.50 ;
j Is what we can promis you. Then we can also
add that the price will be consistently low too
Misses gun metal English, ace, low heels, 11 to 2 $3.50
Skuffer styles, Goodyear welt soles, lace, spring
heels, sizes 11 to 2 $4.15
Same in button, 11 to 2 ...... .......$3.65 and $3.95
Same in sizes 8 to 11 $3.00
Gun metal, button, G. W. soles and low heels, sizes
11 to 2 ......:....... I... $4.50
Brown Chrome Skuffers, 11 to 2 $4.25
8 to 11,... $3.45 5 to 8 $2.95
Black kid grey cloth tops, lace, low heels sizes 12 to
2 .............-......$3.75 8 to 11 $3.35
Tan kid, turn button, 5 to 8 ... $2.65
Sizes 2 to 5 :.$2.25
Black patent button white or black tops, 5 to 8 $2.60
2 to 5 .....;. ...;.............. ... $1.95
Soft soles for the baby in all colors and patterns.
From ... 65c to 95c
You are welcome
to make our store
The famous Pla-Mate shoe for stnrdV
and lively children is a good investment
the wear will surprise yu, too. .
IN STOCK NOW
Plamates in Gmrr Metal, Button or
I.acCj also. Patent Button- in X- te C
widths and sizes 6 to 2. - . .
At the Electric
We would be glad
for you to use our
Cozy Rest Room.
At fee Electric
LITTLER & UPMEYER