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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1909)
PAHA' CAPITAL 'JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1000,
MERCILESS REDUCTIONS EVERYWHERE
DON'T MISS THE BARGAIN FEAST
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LEASE AND FIXTURES FOR SALE
After the rain came even brighter sunburst of
bargains. As we told you in Tueday's Journal, our
store was crowded in spite of stormy weather, but
yesterday was a spectacular sight they kept
coming all day; as fast as one purchaser left an
other was ready to take her place. For the size of
the store and stock it was admitted to be the best
attended sale and most remarkable value-giving
event of the year. y ',.
BARGAINS. How many times this word has
been abused; yea, thousands of times. Here in
this "Great Forced-Out Sale" when we tell you they
are bargains, 'tis so. That somebody loses money
is certain. Sometimes it's the manufacturer, again
the middleman; but in this sale.-
We Are Compelled to
j Extra SpecialsToday j
"Exquisitiveness Enthroned" is the password of our Mil
linery, but the prices have been simply blown to pieces.
Individuality and exclusiveness entitle them to be called
creation emanating from the multitude of new ideas.
Regular Prices Range Out of Business Sale Prices
from $2.75 to !?5o.oo From 98c to $9.98
Where can you get such a model creation at such prices?
Today we made deperate effort to move out this clear
ing stock of Millinery, Furs, Sweaters for Ladies and
Children at almost your own price. We need the room
to display our large stock of Ladies' Underwear, Hos
iery, and a multitude of other lines.
For Your Xmas Gift
Would you rather go to a store or to the factory? Why, of
course, the factoryl Then come to this great sale. The
prices are undisputably below factory cost.
Doors Open at 1 0 a. m.
Prices Are Blown
Complete Ladies' Outfitters
Phone 635 State and Liberty
Profit Doesn't Enter Into It
You reap the harvest, no matter who loses. You
may rest assured you are getting new high-grade
goods that were bought especially for you when
we opened business just a few months ago. You
cannot therefore, get even a suspicion of " sec
onds,", old stock or importations. We ask you to
compare these sales goods with those elsewhere;
you will not be fooled in one single article you pur-
chase. A bargain here means a bargain of quality
at almost your own price. We speak honestly, we
peak within bounds when we emphasize this sale
as the sale of all sales a sale supreme!
By Its Very Character
It's a Safe Guidance
To the best money-saver you have so far exper-
ced in Salem.
Everything a Woman
Needs at 40c on the $
Uovornor llonson Iiuh roturned
from hU hunting trip In the Win
client or l)y country, where ho hud n
Ovook of goad sport In conipuny with
Huperlnlendont Stelner. of the asy
luni, and 3udge Weetou, of Hoseburg
They Intended to he back on Thanks
giving Day, but the Hoods carried out
h great many small bridge, mid that
wiiH Impossible. They tried to ete
out of Winchester Hay with tugs
buaU. but the aeas wore too wild to
penult of that. They oould not Ret
Into Coos Day. and that region was
worse blockaded by atoms than ever
before In Its history. Ha railroad wan
-under water, ataget out of commie
Blon and veeeels ltarbar-bouud.
"Wo had n line trip, and got plen
ty of ducks.' eald the governor at hla
doak title morning. "1 took Thanka
Hiving dinner with my son. Clifford,
-who hna a position In a cannery at
Gardiner. 1 met many old friend
over oji the coast, hut did not talfc
pollUswt 1 have not felt beUer in a
ymr, and ntn ready for any amount
of work, nniLthore le enough to do."
Tho goYornor would not dlsouita the
proposed assembly, but thought It
was up to tho managers to hunt can
Uldatofl, rnther than for candidates
to Beak ondorsomantB of tho assem
bly. Whllo not expressing any posi
tive opinion at prosftM. Mr. Heusou
humorously Implied that he. at leant,
was not anxious to ioeo a u living
example of tho falltiro of m wont
ing ot tha direct primary mw.
BOND HOLDERS ARE
ON THE ANXIOUS SEAT
fuNtTNO imm ixtm viaful
Porftenjl. Or.. w. w
nomsoVd today that mettle: for l
purpose of making r thorough lave,
tlgatlon into the affaire ot the Oma
ha Independent Tolophono Compnny
was held Inst night by tho Portland
bondholders. It (was docldod at
this mooting to formulate boiuo con
oertod plan or to mako somo other
settlement -satisfactory to tho bond-
With this ldoa In viow, a commit
tee wnjj nppolntod to mako a thor
ough Investigation of tho company's
HfTnlrs, to ascertain tho numbor of
bonda thnt luvvo boon issued, and will
uegotlato with tho boudholdors out
side of Portland for tholr co-opora-tlon.
Tho committee has boon glvon
absoluto authority, savo that any ac
tion taken will havo to bo rati Hod by
a majority voto of tho boudholdors
in tho pool.
At last night's mooting thane wns
represented about $400,000 of tho
$1,000,000 ot outstanding bonds.
IVMTND lnU81i UUHNU WIKC.)
Sacramento, Cal.. Dec. 1. Haunt
ml with the fear of being taken back
to Fayettevlllo. Ark. to fnco the law,
or fearing punlahmont as the mur
derer who kilted an nged woman to
Kt her savings Of a llfottmo: having
slept but little for weeks, acoordtng
to hla admission; facing another
rharge of robbery In Texas, and suf
fering the torture of tho man who
knows hie course la run, Gus Sartlu,
for whom o Moors nro on tho way
from Sherman, Toxaa, hanged him
self in hla cell In tho city prison
111b body was cold whou discovered
by Oscar Lemnltter. the porter at the
Jail. U was hanging from, a blan
ket tied to the grating above tho
Sartin had also sawed opon tho ar
teries of hla wrlHta against a jugged
bit of Iron plating projecting from
above the door.
The crime for whleh he was sought
by the Arkamwa authorities was the
fiendish murder ot Mr. John Winkle
ham. an elderly woman, who con
ducted a rooming house in Fayette
vllle. It la alleged that the murder
er took from her $13,000 in bills
This reprwnmted m and year of
tho most rigid economy and coasoloss
According to dispatches rocolvod
horo by Chief of Police Sullivan, one
of tho wonum's lodgers committed
tho dastardly crlnu. Gus Sartin,
who hnd lived In tho plnco, was bus
poctod. A warrant had boon sworn
Tho murdor wns committed Au
gust 20 ot this yonr. Tho man's do
sorlptlon had boon . scnttorod broad
cast throughout tho whole country.
Ho was approhonded horo Saturday.
Tho act for which Sartin wns want
od In Shormnn, Toxns, was tho crack
ing of n Gorman's safo, and the loot
ing of costly diamonds. Tho value
of tho goms has boon glvon, from In-
dollnlto reports rocolvod horo, all tho
way from $1000 to $5000. sciiott,
the vlotlm, wns formerly Sartln's
Sartlu, in a confossion to Dotco
tlvoa Uhlnohnrdt and Krlpp. assort
ed that he had roturned tho dia
monds. It is aesortod that tho man. who
In Jooular bravado, admitted to his
jailers numerous mlsdomoanors, from
running "blind pigs" and committing
drunken aseaults to "strong-arming"
moneyed wtij'farors, last night oon
fossod to Dutootlvo Richards that hb
was guilty ot both the Fayettevillo
and tho Shormnn crimes.
Dohvotlvo ltiohnrds said today that
Sartlu told him Inst night, under
pledge ot soorocy, unless ho had to
talk uudor oath, that he killed Mra.
Wlnkleham. but that he got $S000,
Instead ot $13,000.
If you do not want your horses to
look llko buffaloes next spring, you
must keop using tho currycomb In
dustriously and thoroughly overy
Chink Govs to l'ciiltoiUiary.
San Francisco, uoc. l. in chargo
of Detective Sergeant George McMa
hon. Loulo Wllllo. a youthful Chi
neso. will bo taken to San Quentln
today to pay tho extreme penalty tor
I .-vr. i hc v: i '
Ml VUMMI HH - 1'ILl K. fM J
the murder of his step-mother near rancher, had made valuable gifts of ; woman and hid her body In the yard
San Luis Obispo on August 17. i jewelry to his wife. To secure cer- of the ranch house. He is 19 years
Louie's fathor. who is a weaknyjtaln trinkets tho lad murdered the j of ago.
includes every model
of advance fashion, in
and woolens of new
est exclusive weaves.
Get your suit or over
coat now for the holi
days : : : : :
alem Woolen Mill