Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 21, 1907, Page 5, Image 5

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    u
w
DAILY OATI TAL JOURNAL. HA, KM, OltBGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 10 07.
The Quality
J. L. Stockton
THE WHITE CORNER
The Sccurcty
Another Large Shipment of
Novelty
Dress Goods
Store.
Store
11.
M?
wm
Hnnuj-l
I
Our Superior
Shoe for Men
$1.50
a pair
Our Woodman
Shoe for Men
$3.50
a pair
The
Harry
Shoos
For
Men
Give
Perfect
Siwlco
9400
$450
$500
Aro tho
Prices
ra
5
m
i
i
Is tho
Prlco
H I wero king I would wear o
Gordon Hat.
SALEM'S BEST SHOE STORE
STOCK COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST ARE HERE
Ladies'
Departments
Xew ostrich and coquo boa.
Some of the smartest, newest and
most attractive Feather Boas ev
er produced. Wo Just received
them from New York, and "Damo
Fashion" says they aro right.
SKIRTS
More now ones came yesterday
We are showing tho genulno Alt
nan voiles, Head's horrlngbones,
LrmansWlIe c'aovlots. Duttornelda
mohairs, chiffon" Pnnamns and
broadcloths, made up just to fit
you. It would bo Impossible for
in; store to show a bottor col
lection of clothes of those sorts,
nide up to wear,
Coats and Suits
Expected to arrive
Wo expects to rocolvo tho
fBam of our purchases this
felc. If tho railroad company
iia't disappoint us wo will show
?oa tho finest collodion of gav
WU you ev r saw In Salem.
THE GREAT READY-TO-WEAR SHOP
Men's
i 'JPlillo 'i
Ti flV. i, i"" ' Mil
BjWcAHN
BLOCK COMP.
Umbrellas
ikl !!00 10 chooso from. An
, Ideas and patents.
blr L th0 UtUo children's and
oen'g and th fnmn i. ..
-v "; otto um-
Departments
Smart collego clothes, stylish
business Bulta, sorvlcoablo work
suits, $8.00 to $25.00, styled up
a fow stops ahead of any you'll
bco elsowhoro. They aro more
thoroughly fabrlckcd nnd nioro
clovorly tailored than any nion'ri
clothes coBtlng half again as
much,
Underwear
No uso to go nnywhoro olso, bo
causo wo show every desired kind
of man's undorwenr from
25c to $5
Royal Blue
Rubbers
Harry Solz, of tho famous Sols
Shoo Co., concolvoJ tho Idea of
mnklug bottor rubbors than any
ono elso, and guarantying thorn
to tho trade. Ho will not allo.v
them to ho sold to any storo un
less they hanJle Selz Shoes, so wo
got thorn for Snlom. Thoy nr
without doubt tho bost rubber on
tho American mnrkot.
College Pennants
A big assortment of nil kinds.
Wo can furnish ponants of any.
collogo In tho U. S. on short notice
RECEIVED YESTERDAY
, WE'RE MAKING A REMARKABLE RECORD IN OUR DRESS
GOODS DEPARTMENT.
IT IS BECAUSE THE PATTERNS WE SHOW ARE CORRECT.
THE nLENDING OP HARMONIOUS, SOMURE COLORINGS
IN SUDDUED PATTERNS THIS SEASON PRODUCES A PECU
LIARLY PLEASING EFFECT IN THE NOVELTY DRESS FAB
RICS. STRONGLY CONTRASTING COLORS IN CONSPICUOUS PAT
TERNS ARE NOT SHOWN IN THE BEST DRESS GOODS DE
PARTMENTS. WE NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OF
WOOL TAFFETAS SERGES, PANA
MAS, HENRIETTAS AND BATISTES
IN POPULAR WINE COLORS
WELL DRESSED WOMEN KNOW THAT THE SECRET OF
GOOD DRESSING IS LARGELY DUE TO THE WEARING OF
THE CORRECT CORSET. WE HAVE A SUFFICIENT ASSORT
MENT OF MODELS IN STOCK TO FIT ANY FIGURE.
The Famous THOMPSON'S GLOVE
FITTING CORSETS
HAVE MADE OUR CORSET DEPARTMENT A FAVORITE WITH
SALHM'S BEST DRESSERS.
OUR PRICES ARE FIGURED ON THE SPOT CASH BASIS.
We Undersell "Regular Stores"
V fZL
zU!cat
ij&crs'si&ds toad
(.Z$,tzs'sted', &jrci'.
a
z
re
brollas, Flno cold""aud sllvor han
dles for ladles who aro particular. H
you look, you buy.
Self-openers, suit case umbrel
las, patont bulb runners and cup
fasteners. Wo aro after tho umbrel
la business, and expect to get It this
season,
Our Specials
200 75c specials, worth a dollar.
100 $1 specials, worth quarter morj
200 $1.25 specials, worth dollar half
100 $1.48 special, worth two dollars
100 $1,98 specials, worth two fifty.
J L Stockton
The Place Where They
Treat you Best.
J. L. Stockton
M e 1 1 H 1 1 1 lil H I H HI H 1 1 , ,n , tho awmm Lutheran St
THE CHURCHES
VIW
inr of Portland Is
Shsoseri
"a .. . g ect a bad coW
tta'l- t0r & tr,fl,nB amount
kcwVott,e ot "Hick.
f,trat fn! 1WnMy,M that 1.
Wi. ,Sc 50c an i a a -,
- n.ui. . - t.vv uor
H -' oy an dealer8 6y
'"Hi JJ? Retne"y," that
A" -IB HitU
.Ta... aa Ttnci.,w,
fe Wl "iiS: 21 Tho British
zzr i.he
r- k tau vue near
V1 mr iVIce8 received
ae British fleet
Is to follow tho American squadron
to tho Pacific. Sir Wm. Hazlett, M.
P., chairman of tho ' commltteo on
unemployed, of Lcmdon, Is hero and
Bays tho Chinese and Japaneso can
eaBlIy bo replaced by good whlto
workors from tho old country,
o
Acute RheuHiAllsm.
Deep tearing or wrenching pains,
occasioned by getting wet through;
worse when at rest, or oa first mov
ing the limbs and la cold or damp
weather, tg cured quickly hy Bal
lard's Snow Llatmaat. Oscar Oloeon
Qlbsoa City, HI,, writes, FeV. IS, 62.
"X year ago I waa troubled with a
pala la my ba4f. It sooa got bo bad
TEAM RUNS AWAY.
Carriiigo Upsets nutl Party of Four
Hns Narrow Escape.
By breaking part of tho harness
of a livery team, a carrJago was up
set near tho Dencer place, at Llbert7,
at 4:30 Friday aftrenoon, and Miss
Zonla Baber, of Chicago, was seri
ously injured about the head. She
was brought to Salem In an ambu
lance at 10 o'clock Friday evening,
and ta.ken to tbo homo of her brother-in-law,
S. H. Snyder, In Yew
Park, where sho remained uncon
bcIoub all night, but regained her
consciousness this morning, and was
doing well. The driving party con-
T nniiM ia! I...J ..v. " ItivUla n I el at a A nt Mr a filnvriar and SlStCr. MISS
BalkweVa Shisir Llalaeat aurei me." ( Baber, and Mr. and Mrs. Wyman, of
Seli by D. J. Try.
Kaasas. They drove to ladepend- gree.
once and wero returning to Salem by
way of Liberty when tho accldont
occurred. Tho neck Btrap broke
whon near tho Dencer place, lotting
tho tougue.down, and tho team ran
away, upsetting tho carriage, and
tangling all In tho wreckage, so that
they had to bo extricated from their
dangorous position, but fortunately
nono of tho party but Miss Baber
wore injured moro than by slight
bruises. Drs. Smith wero sent for
and gavo tho lady Burglcal aid.
1 0
Murder In SecoHd Degree,
Belllngham, Sept. 21. After be
ing out over 32 hours tho Jury In
the case ot Deau Dell, charged with
the murder of Addle Roper, found a
verdict of murder In the second de-
Jfc.- M
HI I I I I H 1 1 I It I I I I i I M-H
Flint Pri'sliyti'Wnii.
Church street near Chomokotn
Btroot, Rov. Ilonry T. Dnbcock, pas
tor. Morning sorvlco at 10:30 a.' in.,
preaching by tho pastor, thome,
"Tho Posltlvo Christian." Sunday
school at 12 m. Christian Endeavor
at 0:30 p. m. Evening sorvlco a1
7:30 p. in., pdeachlng by tho pastor,
thoro, "Christ's Covenant With This
Church." Mld-wcok prayer moot
ing Thursday at 7:30 p. in., subject,
"Loyalty to tho Church." Public
cordially Invited to thoao Borvlces.
Flint Congrvpitloiiui.
Tho regular Sunday services will
be hold with preaching by tho pastor
at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sun
day school nt 12 m. Young Peoples'
meotlng at C:30 p. m. Prayor moot
ing Thursday ovenlng at 7:30 p. m.
Tho nowly organized Mon's club will
meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
All mon of the church invited. To
all public sorvlcos hold In tho
church tho public is most cordially
invltod.
Christian Science.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
440 Chomokota street. Services Sun
day nt 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Subject of Iobsoh sermon, "Reality."
Sunday school at 11:45 a. in. The
Wednesday ovonlng mooting Is hold
nt 8 p. m, Rending- room In tho
church opon each afternoon oxcopt
Sunday. All aro cordially Invltod to
attond tho sorvlces and tho reading
room.
W. O. T. U.
Rov. F. E. Doll, pastor of tho Con
grogatlonallfit church, will address
tho Gospol Temperance mooting
Sunday, September 22, at tho W. C.
T, U. hall, corner Ferry and Com
mercial street. A cordial wolcomo
to all.
First Methodist Episcopal.
Tho final services of tho confer
ence year. Rev. W, II. Selleck, pas
tor, will preach morning nnd ovon
lng, topics, morning, "Looking at
Things Unseen"; ovonlng, ''Tho Va
cant Chair." Epworth Leaguo at
C:30 p. m. A cordial wolcomo to
all.
Lutheran St. John's.
Regular Sunday service at 10:00
..,. . i. .. -.
juiiiiH wiurcu, corner liouior nuu
Fourteenth Btrcots. Geo. Engol,
pnstor. f
Gospel Chapel.
Flttoouth and Mill Btrcots. Sun
day school at 10 a. m. Preaching
nt 11 n. in. and 7:30 p, m. Testimony
sorvlco nt C:30 p. in. Prnyor moot
ing Friday ovonlng. W. N. McCand
llsh. United Ei'uugelirnl.
On Cottngo street north of Con
tor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching sorvlcos at 11 a. m. Themo
"Tho Frlond, Christ Jobub." At
7; 30 p. m., theme: "Why Mon
Hold Aloof From ChrlBtlnnlty." II.
A. Dock, pastor.
o
Sho Found Relief.
If you aro troubled with Hvor com
plaint and havo not rocolvod help
road this. Mrs. Mary H. Hammond,
Moody, Toxas. "I was In poor health
with Hvor trouble for ovor a year
Doctors did mo no good and I tried
Horblno, and throo bottlo curod mo.
I can't say too much for Herblao, as
It is a wonderful Hvor medicine. I
always havo it in tho houso. Pub
lish whoro you wish," Sold by D, J.
Fry.
REFUSE SUBSTITUTES OR IMI
TATIONS GIST WHAT YOU ASK
FOR.
CAN YOU BEAT THIS
In tho way of bakery products? Cer
tain it Is that you'll travol many a
weary mtlo to oven equal our Cakes,
Plos, Paatry, Rolls, Etc. Our goods
are always in demand, because those
who know appreciate tholr excel
lence But don't forgot our Bread
our principal pride and Bourse ot
our success.
CAPITOL BAKBRY,
O. WlloHi, Prop. Phone 9m,
m
VftSiM
m
.Pi
III
i-.Wt
llii
mm
I
.'
.
m
! I
ar
-j'.-U I m
. .. M'AUSHti. PILi. I
- - Ui
MwmMMMWim
!'HiHpfcKi Xj