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THE CA1EM CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, rEIDAT. OCTOBES 23, 10U.
TTTB Saturday Only White Outing Flannel, Good Quality 7c Yard White Daisy Outing Flannel Saturday Only lie Yard Colored Outings, Short Lengths, Regular 12 l-2c Quality, Saturday Only 1 Q O3C Yard Table Linen Specials Really what Hallowe'en has to do with table linen may not be easily apparent. But you will find the values will be as plain to be seen as the pumpkin faces in our linen window on Court street. $2.25 DAMASK $1.87 $1.75 DAMASK $1.54 $1.65 DAMASK ......$1.39 $1.50 DAMASK $1.29 $1.25 DAMASK .....'.$1.09 60c to 65c MERCERIZED DAMASK, yard 49c CHANGE lit TEE OH ; PUBLIC LIKES IDEA - OREGON ELECTRIC; OF LADY EMBALKER Owing to the falling off Tn passen ger traffic on tho Oregon Klectrie, he whcdola has been rearranged and the changes will take effect Sunday, Octo ber 25, - A few trains have been dis continued but two new ones have been added, ami the limited trains will earry oral traffic between certain points to rake the place of local trains discon tinued. Of the southbound trains the follow WOMAN'S GENTLE NATURE BEST FITS HEB FOB NECESSARY AND FIN AIi MINISTRATIONS TO LOVED ONES, Tho ides of lady cmhalmers is rather new to some people tfut tho public is being; educated to it quickly. In every large city tha'lcading undertaking es tablishments have round it nceciisaiy to ni'M't the public demaud ill that re- Napkins to Match 15 to 20 Per Cent Less Hi - ft J-K I ino chances have been noted: Train jsuect. With the- advancement in the No. 1, which formerly arrived in this,prcsent era of the undcrtiiking business city at 8:33, will arrive at S:55 and will I it is natural and expected. " What leave at 0:0 o a. m.i Train Xo. 3. or the ,mil,l h mnrn aiinronri.'itc. ' asks an 9:57 train, will bo discontinued; Train j Eastern authority, 'than.lhto gentle Mo. . the regular 4;jj train, will not; touch and sympathy of a woman have Woodbum connections: No. (13 is i the chamber of death f" a new train and will leave Woodburn : "it has been said embalming is in at 2:19 and arrive here at 3:05 p. rtl., tho frame class as trained nursing. To carrying local traffic. No. 11, at 6:05,me lt s 0 ,id Mrs. Norma N. I-icf- ha been discontiued. No. 13, the limit-' fhigwel), of The Cottage Undertaking ed. makes local stops from Tualatin to parlors. "Would you hnvo a male Albany, arriving at Halem at n-.W. ro. nursa in tho hosnitul. or in vour home, yi, at 8:15, terminates it schedule ntt0 , at the bedside of your wife, Salem now instead of Aloany as in 'mother or littlo girl I No; that place the past. Ms filled by a woman, whose touch ami ui tne norinnonnq trains, io. o 'eaves at 7:15 p. m. instead of flt.lO'as formerly. No. fi, at 8 a. m., is diseon tinned. No. 10, the limited at 11:43, makes local stops from Gray to Salem. Nos. H and 12 run on the same tim'e as formerly. No. tM is a new train and will leave Salem at 3:40 in tho after noon for Woodburn. No. Ill, the regu lar 4 p. m- train, will have connections to but not from Woodburn. No. 18, at i ipii mi i i wii m.ws,ii twin 2for)(i M Norman aJVeur ARROW COLLAR A cloit fitting, graceful collar with smartly cut curved front, that admit! of easy cravat ticing. CLDBTT, PEABODY & CO., Inc. Makers, Twy N. Y, BELGIAN KING (Continued from page one.) at Nieiiport, where they literally fought with their backs to the wall. TKey were outnumbered and thoir artillery was interior to the kaiser's, but they 4:13 p. ueaves 5: 50. tread are as gentle as hor nature. Then why not a lady einbalmer when that spirit has flown I Have love, chivalry and protection been forgotten just be cause life has left that bodyt You say it. is onlv a dead bodv a tiieco of clay . i .!,.,. n.,.1 ,., that supporting hlt, lit., n,l it .hnuld be eared for MM I "' '' Wlginil , :.. .i v ., :i i.. m it 1 10 win me uay. is go comforting, pcoido have tul.l' mo, Britifli naval offiecni who saw the Ito know that the bo.lies of their loved I "g"i'"g 'il,nii-ii n .e cU ..... COAST FLOUR MILLS SWAMPED BY ORDERS Portland, Or., Oct. 23. On account! of the enormous demand for flour by remilscd assault after assault until Hie I tho warring European nations, prices arrival of the British monitors, wliicll, I advanced iiO conta a barrel today with, supporting tnem rrom tno norm sea i " i canals, enabled them 111., IS discontinued and ftO. I.... ,;-., lllntk, , dnmihter. urn ho- "cvauie iwr me ncigiu Salem at 5:40 instead of at !:' ' i.v . a0.M a,i .,,.,. have hel.l their posit COMB SAGE TEA IN ing embalmed by a gentle and s.vmpa-j '"v " P""" K' "" theti-' woman. .. iA.,nll .., .i,Jmnn uccnunt divided cuuallv between ifimtiii M ic-iiiii-i n sniii tuiinr nn.v v"u . . - . mediate future. Sufficient orders for flour are said- to have been received at this time to keep the mills of the Pa cific, northwst in operation day and night. At least four cargoes of flour have been confirmed for hnglich and tier- The Markets Hens, per lb. Roosters, per lb. D ryeri ... Poultry. ..11c I .. 8c i lie ! STORY OF THE WAR (Continued trom Pngo One.) Livestock. gteeri Tit. viuii In n-ltnot ,1,1 t,i en 11 v tu ouitu. iug a cornwponding rise in flour, which l"' center and clearing house for tho gu wounded behind the first line of the ...... (jt,rlIian (,iitcr. Here wounded tier- " tt u. 1n mans ami rrciicii are iirouunT-iimi nerc ..i.-i -a .in nuuB. luu per iu "... tvua yriceu louuy ul it 11 uivunru ol tl. - - ,,. Spring lnmbs, per lb Lamb pelts, each tions. Wheat shows no advance for tho p?r day, but sellers held out for a throe cent advance. The feature of the day 'b trading nas the sharp advance in onls which jumped 1.!!5 a ton to '1'wo lots of 100 tons each were sold at this price. The strength of oats was dua entirely to the strong foreign de mand. Dm Icy was in sympathy with outs but there was little trailing. De mand for domestic wool is, so keen at Jtoston that buyers are jiut so partic ular aa to conditions or tonus of sale, grabbing all In sight us soon us of fered. Iteports from Haker coiiuty are to the effect that funnels are holding their wheat, now worth locally about Uu cents, for the price to reneh the .nl lar mark. i tf illBOS Hotter is down half a cant, tu iH' j, and butter fut is a cent lower, or at a 33 cent price. Kggs are stonily at .ii'i cents and poultry unchanged Veal and pork were weak owing to good aupply, Mop buying has slowed down some v.bnt but prices nro sternly, principally Iwause tliey cunnot get any lower. Mt.st of the sales weic at 10 cenN, b.it one sale at 1 1 'ii cents is reported nt M. l'uul, An intensely instriK tivo telegram from New York conveys the (alaitling information Unit "hops are easy." IVitons ninl onions are quoted at HO cents to ipl a snck. In ('hirngo wheat shaded off trifle and oats weie ihmi nhout half 11 cent. Cash wheat was ricm 8l.i:i''j to $1.1514. bicngo egg prioes were Kir first to -4 co .iw as ngnmsl II" VjO In Tortl-ind end 48 in bcultle. Htock hogs, l'cr lb. (tops) fi'jC; "'" '" " " , wui..- 3V,C ""nl "" " '". .r ul n 5C sent into the interior to be cared for. Veal first class lie Ar"r R Ppomii lour or tne ner- veai, nrst cinss , ,,, .,, , , ,lhl f Dry Per lb 8c ' wniie ine rrencn line is nent in Halted country pelts, each w)(whtv b ..- - 25c places, nowhere h:is it been broken, and wherever the rrencli have retired t y have immediately dug themselves into new positions us stiong as (lie ones thev vacated. I'lurro has been the heaviest fighting SEATTLE MARKETS. Wcnttle, Wash., Oct. 23. Hcga Fresh ranch,. 4N((i 52c : fresh eastern, 35 i all along the line of torts between Ton! (ii-Klcj Orientals, IHc, -. - iaud Verdun, uud Saint -Mihiel and Mutter l.ociu cuiies, .hc; uncRs, ouc, ( Hinp jies Komnins have both been Oregon cubes, 32(fi 33c. ' taken by the (icrmans, who filially ( licese Liinburger, lilc; Wisconsin, . crossed the Mouse in two places in the lllc; hwiis (domestic), zic; wasning- viciniiy of aint Miliiel, ton 17,if(ilHc. Oiihiiis tiree::, LjOi'uo per dozen, eastern Washington, l(iilVi per lit. ; Californiu, l'.dc. I'otatoes Winter, l(ii.aa per ton. BAN TRANCISCO MARKETS. Hnn Vrnncisco, Oct. 23 Wheat (spot) 11 u I Metise,!!.! I "When 1 go about my work it is i.inst liko the artist a real one goes labont tho painting of his picture. 1 TRAV HAIR want t0 "1,ke ,1C 1,0'lv ,"')k "" 1,11,1111,1 LLTLiLLOJ, Ultnl llrtlUn, postible, giving it. those little touches that every woman loved in life. Who Look Young! Common Garden Bag can airango the hair und dress the body and Sulphur Darkens so Naturally Nobody Can Toll like the lady einhahnerJ A man does Grandmother kept her hair beauti fully darkened, glossy and ubundant with a brew of bag Tea and Mulphur. Whenever her hair fell out or took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, this simple mixture was applied with wonderful effect. By asking at any drug atom for "Wyeth's Huge and Hul phnr Hair lu-medy" you will get a largo bottle of this old-time recipe, ready to use, for about 50 cents. This simple mixture can be depended upon to restore natural color and beuuty to the hair and is splendid for dnndruff, dry, itchy scalp and falling hair. A well-known dwntnwn druggist says everybody uses Wyeth's Hsgo and Sulphur, because it durkens so nutur illy nnd evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied it's so easy to use, too. You simply dampen a sponge or soft brush and draw it through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning tho gTay hair disnppenrs; nfter another application or two, it is re stored to its natural color nnd looks I so glossy, soft and abundunt. his work mechanically, not artistically "Not only is the lady einhnlmer for i sentiment, but she docs the work like 'tho 'ndy doctor and has her own sys tem of neatness and tluiroiigliness. Mrs. Liillingwell is a skilled embalm er and has hnd much experience in her ii..n,dinn li.tt'ficn ontlllinr tt SllllHM til .1.- ...:.; r 1...1.. ....i.,,,! ,.t 1 Hie men haircr's general stuff intended origin ally to take Dunkirk October III ahd tluit only the fragment of King Al bert's army which still remuined iu tile field saved the city from capture. Tlie allies admit that the Belgians saved tho situation. Kxperts said it was now considered that the previously threat ened citv was safe. When Fight Is Honest. The Uelgian king passes along his I line sometimes in his automobile land I sometimes on foot. In addressing hh soldiers he uses the familiar "thee" nnd "thon," comforting and cheering them. Jnpan has also entered the com petition for supplies and while the busi nosa offered from there ia not yet heavy, it is showing a very liberal tn crease. Advices from the orient indi. cute that heavy buying will be started early in the coming week. Millers are scouring the entire Pa cific northwest for wheat. Prices are very excited on this account and ia tho interior producers are able to command almost, their own figure. it'urther sales of oats are reported to secret agents of ((ermany nnd Knilliitiil. ' and this has caused a general advauc iu the bid price at interior points. The Cottage Undertaking Parlors. ' '."""V n0. """ last saw him in Taris, just before he . !1 ! w, "'T- ,h0. ','JT fcf J':'"" " became king. At that time hi. f. h i niH' MlHli n Hi'iin m nn u um ' ,,,,. i.; 1 i ,:ii . fn . i u : !wy from hi.,,. Uea.i.ing his diger, J ' T,"r " " the Heluinns fought feiocinuslv. luiur-1 ... ' none)cr:. . i on the Pru,,o.;ier,au frontier of , . terrific rifle firo among ,, ,,e,l -".o", r , - OFFICIALLY DEAD NOW. l,olon, Oct. 23. The death In ac li..i -If..- ..tf II..-.,., , II... L unr'u , ... ' , .1.. I 4 1. 1 "n ririu 'iv'tiiiiiK in-w . nin e iiiiiiis Him int-ii i-iiuiKMiK wiwi un- uiiju- : ... nllu the I icLre Naiiinr lines i- nephcw, was mentioned today for tho ,,t. (i(,niiun losses were enoriiions. tt'"K 'Mlfl ISB1""lr ' first time by tho llritish official war; Hclgiai, and llritisl. officers dcclaled !" ' " ' ,tf: h'i"!:,f information bureau. ; today that if (he allies win decisively I T T . The prince was s,,ld to have fallen iu pding figh, i the north, AI-! "I"1' J""1'18, ZIf.r "'"ly in the fighting in the Mnut Hcs CirB.l0rt wj he able to return to itrusscls. I wint. r i)iiart,i rw. legion and to have been buried In thej Shews Sadness But No Fear, , , , ,. . nionastery grounds with three llritisb After the (lei mans hail been repulsed lt S hlgtl tlltie yOU 3W0KC ofl'iciirs slain in the snnie battle. Thursday ho arrived at headquarters Jjg OPPOrtllllitV that 1 1 wet lo the skin, his hands and face, ., J At all event, this war litis not grimv nnd his uniform covered with'awaitS yOU amOIlg trie real reached the I regret to state that was mud. The troops cheered him wildly. I estate A(lS 111 the JoUm.'U I u 1 1 1 11 1 1 y evnlcnt tliroiigliolll hi- j III uppeiirancc nc present rii a n-iuuriv- 11T 1. XI 1 inn.t the ontlro course of the Hoer war. i able contrast to the same man when I VVanC VjOlUlTina, Tim struggle here Inn been priicticnllv continuous 11111I extremely desperate, the f reach making the most determined of lints to retake their lost positions and drive tne (lerinnns across the but thus fur without success. ijokscs Are iinonuoua. lloih sides have lost enormously. Tho 1 M U-rn.li,l i-iiliioM bm nt-it,'.l uilk n,n n.t. I WM Cnlifornia club, 1.7rfrfl.H0; KiiSKinn .. .,, cannot lio saved because of the BJ red, ri.L'ti(iM.ii; roriy-roio, ifi.mu" , impossibility of gathering them up. Thu.M i.no, iiim.v uu, .'!!' whom tommrv is being riddled with ct PS trntrnMI See the Windows No Extra Charge for Making and Laying Hutter Kxtrns, 31Vn prime firsts, 2S',C; firsts, 2llcj secnmls, 24c. Cheese California fnncy, Itlcj firsts, 12tyc seconds, 10c. PORTLAND MARKETS LOCAL WHOLESALE MARKETS. Hay, timothy 12.u0 ('lover, per. ton .... 8.00 Oats snd vetch 8..V) Cheat . . 8.00 Wheat, per bushel U"c Hrnn, per ton 2w.r0 Hhorls, per ton 31 Oats, per bushol .... 35c to 87c blttim bark, per lb 4M(oe I'otatoes, per ewt 70ef$l Butter snd Eggs. Butterfst, per lb.. 34e Creamery butter, per lb. 8!ic Kggs 3,'ie' cash wtinl.t foi-ri Ini-v til r.r.f ,H,r ct . I .... I. !...., ....:n i ; ..... ol, ,"i i - I i iiuui iiriiiicn Hruiicry, ami n is Olll Ol k a Hurley Feed, l.7(irl. 10; shipping ,lt) .(timi for any living thing to'M and brewing, 1.12Vj("'117Mi. cross the firo zone. I M KggsKxtras, -lllc; pullets, 42c; ( all-i xIk (leriimns have driven a wedge I M roriiia storiige extras, ,iih, jni0 t)9 Krench trout in the neighbor- Ii lw,.l ..r M,.i..t VI.I.I..I 1M,.... .u.... -I.I.. to :lo this by taking advantage of sev- J oral of the heaviest fogs of the year. They afforded splendid cover, under I which the sappers advanced tin Herman i trenches. i I Itl the u'liii.luil muli.,1 nt A lit.itiK.nl Portland, Ore., Oct. 23.--Wheat, Club llm .j,, (hll yicinitv of Verdun itl $1.0(1; Hluestem $l.l2'(Oi Walla Walla, tlttirp are places where the opposing! $1.11. , I trenches are only 70 yards apart and i U Oats, No. 1 whito feed -, gray (, rciimin.lcr of this paragraph wasirs deleicil by the censor). j I'rcnch sallies from Tool against the !! tlerinan line holding the positliins on j H the heights have been repulsed witli II heavy losses, Fcgs Helped Them. Pinter cover of one of the fogs ul $25,000 I Of Carpets, Rugs, Draperies and Linoleums 2H.7Ii. Hurley, brewing 23; feed $23. lings,' best live $0,110. Prime steers $7(o $7.25, I'lincy cows $0. Hcst calves $7( $H. Hprlng lambs $nftii$(l. Hutter, city creamery .i.n'.n -jc. mm ii ready referred to, (leneral Von (the I'ggs, selected locnl extras 35(ir37lJc, ,,, deleted) took me to within 400 liens, 13(ii l ie. llrollers 13c; geesu 10e. On. sure way to snvo money Is not to ii "ii a flock of nutuinobilos. HAPPY FEET are those clad in box which need no mending. Our GUARANTEE covers all accidental wear in HOLEPROOF SOX They are made of the finest yarns, soft as silk to tender toes but with a wearing quality like woven wire. They are antiseptic and washing only cleanses them. They won't harden, shrink or fade. WE GUARANTEE they will need no darning for six months. Should holes appear, we agree to replace worn sox with new. G. W. Johnson & Co. Ii H The Greatest Floor Covering, Window Curtains and Drapery Sale Ever Held in Salem. EVERYTHING REDUCED IN THIS IG MONEY SAVING EVENT !! yards of the Kreuch trenches. Thev are u' great strength and the (lermniis are .nuking no effort to carry Iheni by friiuliil attack, on account uf the losses such an iittempt would Involve. In stead, they aie satislied to hold the Kren h line lit this point, preventing the Toul and Nancy armies from ad-, ivaiiciug. Til" kaiser hns friinicutlv visited this section of the buttle front, as well 14 as the puiul where the crown prince Is j 'eiiKiigcd, lie personally gives cigars ...! ..I.......M... 1.. ,i.A' t.. .i... i-l trenches, speaking to them as "mein ,'liravn jiuigca" nnd asking what tlmy'H hear fiiim their Inuiilies end if there Is II iiiiylhing he cnu do Iu help tln'iil. M i Siitiiriillv a wave of eiithitniasiii a ;-"i'" ui I1- ftiiowii.ic Mi-h MATuiMr MicnFnnrCFMTnm kaiser has ulso spent much time M 11 It U m ts a in !Ji 19 II It 19 lil f.l U 13 13 ia tt 11 13 tu H it Ifl It 121 Ifl ti ii m ft! tu I, ti r: El u tn m Ml I tic itaiser lias ulso sp in Ih" main hoil,nl at Miiutmcily, com flirting the wounded. Like the urown Frlnce, The crown prince Is Idolised by his men because of his courage. He eiitiicly Indifferent In lu'isoiiul dan 'ger, going f i inn trench to trench ami mining with tlie soldiers itemiicrntlcally. e) The health and spirit of his tumps are Li NO PAKE VALUES! f, 11 H inn j.. GET YOUR SHARE OF THESE BARGAINS AT THE BIG 141 North Commercial Street Phone 47 excellent. Aiitoniobiles are constantly arriving lit the l imit filled with " liebevgnben, " ,nr hue gifts for the men. There seems tn he an Inexhaustible supply of fresh t loops and all gups aio 'fill, i.l imiitmlilltclv. Plainly the. (Icrmnns are preparing II for a supreme sn,ilt on the Krcmh Ji I line nt s point I am not prniil,i'd to mi mention, and on this assault much will I depend. Indncisiveness in the campaigning Iu i oriai mil 177 North Liberty St. in ID n u n n 13 ii SALEM, OREGON 53 ' mm re Co- Polniul la doubtless due tn irresolution joii the pait of eiuiiuintiders as to whetli- er to put the "war'' or the "saw" in i WarKiw. I Come in the Mornings Largest Stock in Town 4 P TWm Wl (PBWWWTip ska a aA ia mt m iM ata mm mm iaall M M II M