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DULY CAPITAL JOCMAL, SALEM, OftEGOS. SATUEDAf, MAT 11, 1912.
These Extra Values will be for Saturday only. Be sure and take advantage
Women's Summer Underwear Less
Women's and children's undertfiirmonts of erery freight nnd wenre (or Summer wenr. Splendidly made
and carefully finished garment of well-known makes. Undenvenr of every style Tests, Fants and Union
Suits at compelling Sftln?s for this eyentl
WOMEN'S l.'e VESTS AX 9c
A speelul group of low neck, sleereless
Of fine rlbed cotton. Regular and extra sizes. Sold
everywhere at 15c. Special
6 for 60c each. ..................
TO 75c L'SDERtVEAR AT 47c
Women's fine ribbed lisle and cotton rests, pants
and union suits. Vesta with crocheted ' yokes.
Lace trimmed umbrella pants and' tight-knee union
suits with plain yokes, tight and umbrella style
pants, Regular 65o to 75c grades; 6 for Aim
$2.75; or the single garment priced only , i 4 C
Women's U0 Union Salts, RIgh
grade, fine spring needle style,
with wide empire lace trimmed
pants. Also tight knee, Low neck,
sleevelesB vests. Regular and ex
tra sizes; 3 for $2.75;
each, special OC
50c Tests and Pants for Women,
Of fine ribbed lisle and cotton
Crochet and lace trimmed yokes.
Lace trimmed umbrella pants.
Regular and extra sizes. Special
at 6 for only $2.10 ; each
Women's 25c Tests of Fine Rib
bed cotton, with fancy lace and
crocheted yokeB L.ow necks, sleeve
less and wing sleeve. Spe
. cial, 6 for $1.00; -
each at ltC
: ' 85c Tests and Pants for Women
of fine ribbed lisle and cotton
crochet and lace trimmed yokes.
Lace trimmed and tight knee pants
Regular and extra Bizes. Special
6 for only $1.40;
each at '..
WOMEN'S 20c TESTS AT 11c
Fine ribbed cotton vests In low neck, sleeteletts
styles. Plain and fancy yokes. Regular and extra
sizes. Regular 20c grades, special tor this sale
.6 for 85c; or the single gar- 1 .
ment at only........... 14C
85c UNION SUITS FOR 69.
Women's fine ribbed and spring needle Union
Suits In tight knee and lace trimmed umbrella
Btyles, with low neck, sleeveless and short sleeves;
regular 85c grade. Special for this sale, 3 for
$2.00; or the single garment
priced at only '.
Women's 17c Tests of fine ribbed
cotton. Plain and . fancy yokes.
Low neck, sleeveless In regular
and comfy cut. Special 6 for only
65c; also each at this
Children's 10c Tests of fine rib
bed cotton. All sizes, In low neck,
sleeveless and the short sleeved
styles. Special, 6 for 45c;
Children's 20c Tests and Pants,
In low neck, sleeveless, high neck
and ring sleeves; In knee length
pants. Special 6 for only
95c; each at
sale for only.
$1.00 and $1-25 Union Suits
Women's extra fine spring needle'
and fine ribbed style. . Low neck,
sleeveless, with plain yokes, um
brella and tight knees
4 days, 3 for $2.60, each OiC
All the specials advertised the first
of tills week will be continued
daring the entire week.
We call attention to our Skin
ner Lined Blue Serges at
For women. These are wonder
ful values; a new shipment just
47.50, $10.00, $12.50
up to $50.00
Style, Quality, Tail
THE INSIDE HISTORY.
(Continued from page one.)
All must be taken Into consider
tlon when you are purchas
ing that new suit. We have been
extremely critical In purchas
ing our spring clothing for men
and we are certainly showing
The Snappiest All-WooI
Obtainable in the best markets
o! the world at the
We can please yon TRY US
A large shipment Just received.
Away With Catarrh
A Filthy Disease
A Common Sense Treatment Quickly
RoIIOTes All Distressing
If you have any symptoms of ca
tarrh, Biich 88 stuffed up feeling In
the head, profuse discharge from the
nose, phlegm In the throat, causing
hawking and spitting, dull pain In
the head, or rlnglng. ln the ears, Just
annolnt the nostrils or rub the
throat or chest with a little Ely's
Cream Halm, and see how quickly you
will get relief.
In Just a few minutes you will
feel your head clearing, and alter
usln tho Balm for a day or so, tho
nasty discharge will be checked, the
pain, soreness and fe.ver will be
gone, and you will no longer be of
fensive to yourself and friends by
your constant hawking, spitting and
Shake off the grip of catarrh be
fore It Impairs your sense of taste,
smell and hearing and po'ons yur
whole system. In a short time you
can be cured of this distressing di
sease by using Ely's Cream Balm.
This healing, antiseptic Balm does
not fool you with short, deceptive re
lief, but completely overcomes the
disease. It clears the nose, head and
throat of all the rank polBon, soothes
heals and strengthens the raw, sore
membranes, and makes you proof
One application will convince you,
and a fifty-cent bottle will generally
effect a complete cure. Get It from
youf. druggist and start the treatment
at once. Special Agent J. C. Perry.
The skeleton of a prehlstorlcal man
has been found near Ellensburg. The
upper Jaw had two rows of teeth,
which Bhows reckless extravagance,
as one row was no account with no
teeth opposite them.
There Is One
of doing anything that Is how
we do our tailoring
The Price Is Right, too
D. H. MOSHER
iht Court Street
OF AN ACTRESS"
In a recently Issued volume bear
ing tho above title, the author1 says:
"Continuous use of grease paints,
rougo and the like, had ruined my
complexion. My skin was colorless,
wrinkled, flabby, coarse and punc
tured with large pores. In England
I heard of the virtues of niercollzed
wax; my first experience with this
marvelous substance convinced me It
was more valuable than all cosmetics
combined. Now whenever my com
plexion begins to go wrong, I get an
ouuee of mercollzed wax at the near
est drug store, spread on a thin lay
er of it before retiring, washing It off
next morning. The wax, after a few
such treatments, seems literally to
absorb the worn-out cuticle, when a
brighter, healthier,, younger-looking
(For tho enlarged pores, wrinkles
and flabbiness, I begun using a solu
tion of BaxoIIte, once ounce, dissolved
in a hair pint witch hazel. Bathing
the face In this soon relieved the
condition most wonderfully."
GET A FARM We have some excel
lent farms, varying In size from 10
to 1000 acres on Howell and Salem
prairies, the very best Oregon land.
Let us show you this district be
fore you Invest. . Bechtel & Bynon,
347 State street. 'Bechtel & Bynon.
perate convicts wer mado "honor
men," and when he voiced disappro
val, his judgment was ignored.
When West launched his convict
road policy, James was not consulted.
When the crew of convicts were sent
to Medford, be said nothing; but
when, seven or eight of them were
returned at the .expense of the state,
he demurred. When the price of the
reward for' three of them who es
caped, was piled up against his main
tenance fund, he demurred again.
When he found Inroads being made
up on this fund for raiment worn out
by convicts at work on the boule
vard In' the city, he did not like It,
and did not think It "good business."
When Governor West ordered hot
cakes and syrup and butter added, to
the regular meals at the penitentiary
he also did not like. It and saw vis
ions of an'lncreaslng deficiency.
When Governor West began bufld-
Ing the boulevard to connect the dif
ferent state Institutions, he borrowed
40 mules from Porter Bros. These
mules were put to work at building
the boulevard and Incidentally to eat
ing oats belonging to the penitenti
ary. The result was when the seed
ing season came on, the superintend
ent had to purchase oats, and further
that ho was compelled later to feed
the teams at the penitentiary hay,
rather than Incur the expense of buy
ing oats for them. All this was not
to the liking of James and again he
saw Increasing deficiencies under an
administration pledged to have none,
and which pledge he was trying to
bhortly after his Inauguration, tho
governor established the honor syn.
tern almost simultaneous with It and
being an ingredient of It, there was
established a salary system for con
victs. Convicts working at the brick
yard, and about the Institutions were
paid 25 cents a day. The system was
flnaDy' extended to the stove foundry
and James directed to turn over 25
per cent of the salary earned each
day by the convicts to them. Ignor
ant df the law, he at first complied,
but upon learning that the statute
provided that all compensation re
ceived for leased convict labor must
be turned over to the state treasurer,
he refused to follow Instructions.
In the unprogresslve but stable
past, gardens had been maintained
about the penitentiary to supply the
institution. With the coming
7 7 U U
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rVhere the finest biscuit,
cake, hot-breads, crusts
or puddings are required
'"Royal la indispensable.
Royal is equally valuable
in the preparation of plain, .
" substantial, every-day
foods, for all occasions.
The only balking poxvStr tazZs
from Royal Grape Cream cl Tarter
t.'a Alumtio Unto Phosphates
PAYING RENT Is like a bad habit;
it constantly keeps a man down.
Ijct Bechtel & Bynon "put you on
your feet" by selling you a home.
Only thre divorces were granted at
Oregon City Wednesday business
getting real slack.
Three reels of Pathe hand
colored pictures.. This is
added to our usual big
1 TODAY ONLY
Where Everybody Goes
JOSSE & MOORE
spring James set about to plant the
garden, but his plans were dissipated
by orders from West to the effect
that they would be converted Into
lawns. James protested, but the gov
ernor ordered seed at the post of
over $100 and the gardens became
lawns. If these lawns are to be pre
served, the Installation of a costly
Irrigation system must be Installed.
Now James was an appointee of
West. For awhile he passed by. the
protests, the objections and the de
murring of James, but every time he
put down a mark In his little red
book agolnst him. Finally there ar
rived a day of reckoning and the gov
ernor concluded to sacrifice him on
the altar of economy. The governor
had declared that there should be no
deficiencies under his administration.
The Price, Style and
of my garments have been the
the cause of my success
D. H. MOSHER
4.0 Court Street
To himself from tlnie to time he had
declared that there ought not to be
at the head of the penitentiary a
superintendent In the person of
James. After a while he figured It
out that with economy as the reason
he could with a few strokes of the
pen get rid of James and at the
same time save the penitentiary from
a deficiency, and he did the first and
Is now attempting to do the second.
James, friends assort, had laid his
planB to carry the institution through
without a deficiency and had he been
allowed to pursue them, would have
done so. Even 'with the present In
roads made' upon the maintenance
fund for one reason or another, he
would haye still been able to carry
the Institution through with a $10,
000 deficiency, It la asserted.
James has turned the Institution
over to Acting Superintendent Curtis
of and gone to Newport for a vacation
OR THE DYSPEPSIA
preparatory to entering business else
whore In ,the state. Figuratively
speaking, Curtis Is superintendent of
the Institution but literally speaking,
Governor West Is the superintendent,
as ,he was when James was there, as
a mere figurehead.
UNDER Jl DOE'S DECISION.
(Contluued trom Page 1.)
worse and of greater Importance than
was the 'Dred Scott' decision, made
prior to the civil war.
"Why, If this decision Is upheld, It
means thnt every member of the So
cialist party may be disfranchised
and declared an outlaw. Not only
this but it means that every man who
favors changing the constitution in
any way becomes an outlaw.
Every family here ought to keep
some Dlapepsln In the house, as any
one of you may have an attack of In
digestion or Btomach trouble at any
time, day or night
This harmles preparation will di
gest anything you eat and overcome
a distressed, out-of-order stomach
five minutes afterwards.
Ask your pharmacist for a 50-cent
case of Pape's Dlapepsln, and" take a
little Just as soon as you can. There
will be no sour risings, no belching
of undigested food mixed with acid,
no stomach gas or heartburn, full
ness or heavy feeling In the stomach,
nausea, debilitating headaches, dizzi
ness or intestinal griping. This will
all go, and, besides, there will be no
sour food left over in the stomach to
poison our breath with nauseous
odors. ' ' '
Pape's Dlapepsln Is a certain cura
Tor out-of-order Btomachs, because It
prevents fermentation and takes hold
of your food and digests It Just tho
same as If your stomach wasn't there.
Relief In five minutes from all
stomach misery la at your drug store,
waiting for you.
These large 50-cent cases of Pape's
Dlapepsln contain more than suffici
ent to cure any case of dyspepsia, in
digestion or any other stomach trouble.
320 acres, about 200 acres under cultivation, a fine dairy form. Will
keep DO to 100 cows, fumlly orchard, 2 five-room houses, 2 barns and
other outhousen. Well watered with springs nnd running water. Good
country road, lMi miles to school. Price per acre $50.
10 acre?, 7 acres beaver dam, fine building site, best as to quality
und location. "You will have to hurry!"
15 acres 114 miles from city, 10c fare on car, 8 acres in bearing 7
fruit, good house and bam. Price $0000. T
Choicest residence lots In city on paved streets. Assesments paid I
II. S. HELI.E k CO, 121 . Liberty Street. Salem, Ore.
Summer is almost upon us.
We will soon spend the greater part
of our time on the porch or on the lawn.
Chairs, Settees and Rockers are
essential to our comfort and enjoyment
of the outdoor life.
Isn't it about time to be getting ready
td furnish the porch?
WE GUARANTEE TO SAVE YOU MONEY
We have made especial efforts this
year to show as complete a line of Out
door Furniture as can be found in the
Roomy chairs, soldid comfort Rock
ers, and sturdy Settees are here for your
One of the greatest attractions of this
furniture lies in the very low prices.
30 - Acres .Subdivided
THE COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS
JOSSE & MOORE
Into building lots on which are erected homes beautiful in architectural and landscape
will be the picture that will greet your eye in a few months In
The Oaks Addition
No unsightly barns, business property or inferior dwellings permitted, in the THE OAKS
THE OAKS ADDITION is Salem's mst exclusive residence district,
When a Imited number of lots are sold, prices will be advanced very materially,
Make your selection of a lot in THE OAKS ADDITION before 'prices advance,
. Get a plat showing prices from
J. 11. Scott,. Sales 'Agent
Over Chicago Store. Phone 1552
Or see owners on ground. Phone 61 7