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DAILY CAPITAL" JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, 1 IIFRSDAY, JANUARY S, 1913.
MEYERS' ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
HTL -All I. rl
i lie iii important Clearance ;;
Event of the Season
We wish to emphasize the fact that this
event, as always, is a general clearance
of quality merchandise, priced very low
to insure a quick disposal and prepare
and clear the way for the coming sea
Those who are keen and alive to the
many saving opportunities during
MEYERS' ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
will profit by doing their shopping now.
Anticipate your needs and take advantage.
Coyrijjlit IUh SchirTner 8t Uars
Great One Half Price Sale of Women's High-Class Ready-to-Wear
General Clearance Reduction on Men's and Boys Suits, Overcoats, Etc.
Annual Clean-up Event-Men's Women's and Children's Shoes. Buy Now
Attractive Clearance Specials in the Handker'f and Embroid'y Section.
Interesting Clearance Offerings in the Domestic and Dress G'ds Depts.
Genuine Clearance Bargains in Men's Furnishings, Women's Gloves,
Neckwear, Petticoats, Corsets, Hosiery, Underwear and Notions.
Holiday Novelties and Toys Priced Extremely Low. Second Floor.
A GENERAL CLEARANCE OX ALL
1,1 MIS 01' JIKltCH AND1SE. A MOST
OPPORTUNE TIME TO SUPPLY
PRESENT AMI FUTURE NEEDS.
USE THE PARCELS POST TO AD
YAXTA(iE. ORDER 1IY MAIL IE
YOU CANNOT SHOP I I'EI!SO.
GOODlOOO D S
j'ts 8peclal meeting of Do
frvMolay Commandory No.
5, K. T., this evening
In the new Masonic tcm-
Installatlon of officers. Visiting
Sip Knights welcome.
Attorney Carey F. Martin has moved
his law offices to rooms 412-4 1,1-411
Masonic Temple. 12-28-tf
(lo to Pomcroy'B new Jewelry s'oi'o,
11S Soul Ii Commercial for your watch
uiljiistlng and lino Jewelry.
Tallies willing large calendars,
eali a Homer II. Smith's ')ll?c, V.e
Coin.iei. li.lldlng. II!-?! If
Clearance sale. Hats at your own .
price. The French Shop, 1(15 North
Ucgin the, new year right by lctring
Ceo. E. 1'ettlliglll. HI". North Liberty:
litieet, do your electric light wiring.
llrs. J. E. Cooper and daughter have
returned from Portland, where they
spent a pleiiHUnt New Year with Sis-1
ter Iternnrd, farmerly n vocal teacher
In the Catholic school here, but now of I
For the latest hair orniunenls anil
luilr switches seo tho store of Miss Ora
Poage, beauty parlor and hair store,
125 North High street, In the new Ma
sonic temple. Tho most complete
beauty parlors In Salem,
The French Shop millinery sale. 105
Walter L. Spauldlng, attorney at
law, has moved his offices to rooms
212-214 new Masonic Temple.
Your shaving, hair cutting nnd
shampooing can ho done right at Da
vis' barber shop and cigar stand.
Our clearance, salo still continues.
Hals below cost. The French Shop,
I ft.". North Liberty.
Our mil's give perfect satisfaction
wherever and by whoever worn. We
ciin savo you from $1". to $20 on your
next suit, t'nlon made, made strictly
lo your ineasuro nnd a perfect lit ns-.--I'l'ecl.
Scotch Woolen Store, ;!"!) State
Curd (if Thmil.s,
Mr. and Mrs. (!. V. Sherwood wisli
to thank the many friends for their
kindly expressions of sympathy nnd
assistance lu tho loss of our mother.
JOXKS At the residence of II. E.
Jones, east of asylum, at 1:00 n, m
January 2, 1!ll!l, Kenneth Howard
Jones, ageil 23 months.
Funeral will be held at the residence
at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
It Is much easier for a woman to
get a man whero sho wants him than
It Is for her to get a point on a lead
Cures are permanent. All nervous and chronic diseases aro success
fully treated hy this syBlem. This ail is valuable, ns it entitles holder
to examination and treatment at half price.
DR. J. W. WORK, 495 Court street
KXAM1N ATIONS Pit EE OK CHARGE MONDAYS AM) WEDNESDAYS
ONLY. MECIIANICO-TIIEItAl'KUTIC TREATMENTS HAVE NO EQUAL.
DR. S. Z. BARTLEY
OFFICE BOOMS HOS-Sfll) SALEM HANK & TRUST BUILDING, FORMERLY
IHt. 8TEEYES MILDING
See our line of mouldings nnd get an estimate beforo placing your
BARNETTS ART SHOP
Next lo Ye Liberty Theatre 1.1-1 N. Liberty Street.
C. II. MOUSE and LLOYD It A M SHE N
lllryclcs, Sundries nnd Repairing, Locksmiths Keys Fitted.
211 SOUTH HIGH STREET SALEM, OREGON
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united mess umsed WIItE.l
Astoria, Or., Jan. 2. The football
worthies of the Astoria high school
and their backers are today sadly tell
ing each otlier Just how they were de
feated 13 to 0 by tho Wendell Phillips
high school players of Clilcago, In a
fast New Year's game. Chicago made
their first touch down in the second
quarter. They topped the game off
villi another touch down in the last
quarter. Ono goal was kicked and the
A Trail of llloml.
UNITED 1'IIEHS LEASED WIIlH.
San Francisco, Jan. 2. Following a
trail of blood from a wharf In the
North Beach district here today, Po
liceman Twomey discovered the dead
body of Jerry Mllkovltch, aged 40, a
longshoreman, lying in a room at the
nuena Vista hotel, with a knife or
gunshot wound in the groin.
Would Recognize China.
Washington, Jan. 2. Asking Imme
diate recognition of the new Chinese
republic hy the United States, Senator
Bacon, of Georgia, member of the for
eign relations committee, introduced
a resolution in the senate today.
3EW YORK CARMEN
GO OCT ON STRIKE
UNITED FItESS LEASED WIHR.1
Yonkers, N. Y Jan. 2 Rather than
break In a New York man, 300 carmen
struck here, nnd not a car was run
ning today. The strikers declare they
will tie up the entire trafflc of West
LESS BOWEL TROUBLE
Salem people have found out that a
SINGLE DOSE of simple buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded
In Adler-1-ka, the German bowel and
stomach remedy, relieves constipation,
sour stomach or gas on the stomach
INSTANTLY. This simple mixture
became famous by curing appendicitis
nnd It antlseptlclzes the digestive or
gpns and draws off the Impurities. It
Is surprising how QUICKLY it helps.
J. C. Perry, Druggist.
HOLDS IT IS "IT."
UNITED FKISS LBABED WIItB.
Dolse, Idaho, Jan. 2. R. S. Sheridan,
publisher, and C. C. Uroxton, editor of
the Dally Capital News, were today
each sentenced to serve ten days In
jail and pay a fine of $500 by the state
supreme court on a charge of contempt.
I FOR RENT
Now modern cottage, four
blocks from P. O. l'liono Main
57. T. G. HUGH.
Call fur Bids Sale of FiimU.
The undersigned will recoivo bids
up to 5 o'clock p. in. on January 20.
I!il3, for Improvement bonds of tho
city of Salem, Oregon, to tho amount
of $fi 1,240.72, Interest at the rato of C
per cent per annum, payable semi
annually at Salem, Oregon. Right is
reserved by the city of Salem, Ore
gon, to refect any or nil bids.
CIIAS. F. ELGIN, City Recorder.
An Old Klil Demi.
1 UNITED I'HESS I.RAMM) W1IIE.1
.Toilet 111., J;in. 2. Krasmus Paige,
oldest newsboy in the world, Is dead
at his home here today, aged 10") years
He sold papers up to a few days ago,
when ho was suddenly taken 111.
11RADKSON LOATS At tho family
residence of A. Ilindeson, Smith
Seventeenth street, Wednesday, Jan
uary 1, 1013, Arthur Owen Uradeson
to Miss llanna Louts. Itev. P. S.
Mculey in Now YorK world
Miss Uresn Cole, of Portland, wns
in tho city today visiting friends for n
short time. She will leave this even
ing for Los Angeles to spend tho win
ter. Franco G. Hull, a court reporter,
from Olympla, Wash., was transacting
business today in Salem.
Miss Georgia McN'aulty, of Ttose
bi'i'g, passed through Salem today en
route for Portland whero sho will vis
It her aunt, Mrs. Clnyton O. McGinn.
Mrs. A. Push, Jr., Is now receiving
friends nt Willamette Sanitarium.
circuit court handled 41!) divorce cases
out of tho 812 coses of all kinds con
sidered during 11112. The divorces av
eraged 31 a month, Portlanders being
the chief offenders. To offset the av
alanche of divorces, 472 marriage li
censes wero Issued.
tl Is stated that parties all over tho
state have mndo this a divorce Mecca
for reasons unknown, and It Is under
stood an effort will be made to obviate
as far ns possible Oregon City's resem
blance to Reno In this respect,
burns, in some manner a leuk from n
10-gttllon tank of gasoline became Ig
nited, and in a few minutes the entire
boat was aflame The men momen
tarily expected to be blown to bits by
tho remainder of the gasoline in the
tunk exploding, but the tank melted
while Its contents were being consumed
OREGON CITY IS A SECOND HEM).
UNITED IMIBHS IJtASED Willi. 1
Oregon City, Ore., Jan. 2. This city
Is today being dubbed "the Reno of Or
egon' on account of the fact that the
THEIR 1 HOKE
TO BURN OH DROWN
UNITED rilESS LEASED WIKI.l
Mnrshfleld, Ore., Jan. 2. Forced to
stay on a burning launch or drown,
John Wasson, John Anderson, Ray
Cox nnd Robert Costollo, who com
prise the crew of tho launch, and four
loggers wore rescued In the nick of
time by the llfesavlng crew here and
are today recovering from severe
STAGE LINE BEFI SES
TO CARRY PARCELS POST
UNITED I'HESS LEASED Wilt!.
Vale, Ore., Jan. 2. On account of
tho Inauguration of the pnrcels post,
tho stago lino tapping a number of
towns around here, has refused to car
ry either tho parcels post or other
mail, and frantlo attempts are being
made today to get rid of the mail mnt
tor of all kinds accumulating in the
postofflce here. The oantract with the
stage line still has 13 months to run,
and a test case Is extracted.
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY.
Mothers who value their own com
fort and the welfare of their children,
should never he without a box bl
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children, for use throughout the sea
son. They break up colds, relieve fe
verlshness, constipation, teething dis
orders, headache Rnd stomach trou
bles. Used by mothers for 22 years.
THESE POWDERS NEVER FAIL.
Sold by all drug stores, 2uc. Don't ac
cept any subHtltuto. Snmplo mailed
FREE. Address, A. S. Olmsted, LeRoy
When In need of Chill or Tutnalcs
visit the Commercial street Ent Shop,
332 N. Commercial street. Lunches
served nt nil hours, up to 12 o'clock,
except Sunday. Also confectionery.
F.PF. INSURANCE SOCIETY
ni UGIIAItDT F.lfFIMTM
Resident Agents IS6 State Street
Masonic Temple .-4 Ml
Those good chicken tamales, whole
sale and retail. Special for parties.
Any kind, any size, any style. Fred
makes the kind you want. Phone Malu
2048. Order early. Delivery to anj
part of city. Shipped to any town Is
Oregon. ' tt
SHOE REPAIRING SHOP.
J. C. Lalley, who had charge of Ye
Hoot Shop shoe repairing depart
ment for the Inst seven years, Is now
In chnrge of tho new and most com
plete shoe repairing shop In Salem,
223 North Commercial street. Jacob
A. Rise, successor to E. S. Lamport,
mbbwmmobkkmibwm uiiii lo Mini Harness Co.
NEW TODAY. Japanese laundry and dky
FOR SALT Heautlful, hand-made No machinery to tear and wear
wash rugs; original design. Come J out delicate fabrics. Work called
curly, get your pick. Illlnd school. ! for and delivered promptly.
Phone Main 21. , 1-2-31 438 Ferry St. Phone Main 2252
FOR HUNT Two furnished house- "
keeping rooms, 410 Union street, i ""
Phono Main 1S17. j-2-:if Office Phone Main 183
FOR SALE ClIKAP-Lnylng pullets, d,oni Resl"ce Main 111.
best stock, portable coops; Havlland WGHON-HICHARDSON CO.
china, bicycle, largo mirror 7x3 Funeral Directors and Undert-.kers
feet, cook stove, cot, dishes, fruit, 252 N Hlen stret'
etc. 1775 Rock street, oomer of IZIHII
Superior. Telephone Main 2285. 1
MONEY TO LOAN
FOR SALE All kinds of wood. Phone On Good Real Estate Security.
Farmers' 771. l-2-2w TIIOS. K. FORD
FOR SAL13 Good Jersey cow. Phone V6r UM & Bu8n Bank' Salom- 0f
Main 2359. l-2-0t- TTTrjr
FURNISHED Housekeeping and "IvmLI I U LUAIl
and sleeping rooms for rent. 1079 On 'Mm and city property. Joha U
Chemcketa street. 1-2-31 Scott. w Chicago Store, Balem, Or-
' .. gon. Phone 1G62.
FOR SALE Good gentlo buggy mare
or farm horse for sale cheap. B90 " "'
North Twelfth street. l-2-3t WOOD AND COAL
ROOM AND HOARD At 365 North In any quantity. Prompt delivery
High Btreet. 1-2-tf our specialty. Falls City Lumbet
i Company. 27 North CommeroUl
WANTED Chickens at Thlelson's mar street Phone Main 813
ket. 12-31-4t i
ACCORDION PLAITING done at 677 MONEY TO LOAN
N' Wlnter' 12-31-3t- On good Real Estate see.rlt,.
TO LET-A Job of grubbing second BECHTEL A BINOJI
growth fir stumps, R. J. Kennoy, 147 State Street
1529 A street. l-2-3t - -
FOR 8ALE Ray mare, 3 1-2 years old, TYPEWRITERS
harness nnd huggv. good as new, A11 Mttkog Bought, Sold, Rented and
$125. J. F. Willnmn, Snlem KcPlrel Klwhons, Hollers, Supplies
Heights avenue. l-2-2t CEQtULLiLLnM
PRIZE CONTEST. Tho Cherry City f JyT ,
Flouring Mills will write a check A mmK V3
for $5 In favor of the person submit- ; , f ,f a ' V
ting the most appropriate name for V ' -j,""' 1 , .j j'-: j i J
a WHEAT BREAKFAST FOOD the W4 j;L -'i': .' . i v
new mill will manufacture. Names . -Jx i'iii ''
must reach the mill office at 665 j "r-'
Trade street, by Jnnuary 6. The "- ""T" - " - J
mill company will act as Judges. Get Bee me erore you do anyuimg
busy and swell your 1913 bank ac. & jj, L0CKW00D
count l-l-2t- ih.216 North Commercial Main S