Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, April 23, 1913, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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Today Our 635th Wednesday Surprise, Women's
I Leather Handbags, special at 98 cents each 1
We were fortunate in securing this lot of extra good handbags at such a low price and we gWe our cus- 2
tomers the benefit Neat Leather Handbags, in Black only Several finishes, with gilt, nickel or gun- S
E metal trimmings; leather handles. Most of these lined throughout with a fine, smooth leather. A bargain E
that should appeal to all who are in need of an extra good but inexpennxe handbag. s
E Tour choice today, only, 98c each. E
5 Jone sold before 8:30. Window Display
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House of
Quality
CITY NEWS.
Special meeting of Multno
mah Chapter, No. 1, It. A
M. this evening at 7:80,
Work In the M .M. degree.
Visiting companions welcome
Bargain for some one. Used upright
piano; must be sold. Telephone 1137.
4-21-31
RoUina, export jeweler, watch re
pairing; now at the Red Croxs drug
store.
Mrs. O. E. Krausse and Minn Helen
Krauiwo, of Portland, are visiting this
week at the home of Mrs. Job. II. Al
bert. "Satan or Christ," the book's title;
the book that is the semtation of the
east, is now In Salem and should be In
every home.
If you don't believe It, just try a
"Mar-da" lamp. They are superior to
all others. Bee Geo. Pottenglll. 135
North Liberty street.
A fow real bargains In used sewing
machines. Sea stock of pianos, vic
timise and records. Chas. E. Anderson,
B21 Court street, Balcm, Ore. 4-21-31
Mr. and Mrs, William Yarnell, nee
Florence Kyor, who were married at
Vancouver, will 1)0 at home to their
many frionds after May 1, at 1065
South Fourteenth stroet.
It Is Not In
Man9 s Nature
To shop around for his footwear.
When ho finds what suits him, his
Inclination Is to stick to It. That
has been our eue. Wo give little
effort to creating curiosity. Ou
constant policy Is to create confi
dence. We try to serve you this
spring that we may bo sure to
serve you next fall. It's not R
novel policy on the contrary It's'
distinctly old fashioned. Hut don't
you believe In 111
Home of the lianan Shoe
Hi Sat Si. Off DHOhlhtstrt
quick selling at very generous-
ly cut prices
A great cleanup of Suits and coats; your choice at $5.00. E
Another rack of Suit and Coats telling at half price, E
and a rack at lei 33 1-3 per cent every garment reduced. E
Women' and Misses' Ready -to-Wear reduced in price. E
Visit this department and look through the great assortment E
of garments which we are compelled to sacrifice at lowered E
prices. E
The backward season finds us with a much bigger stock E
than we jisually have at this time, so we've cut the prices S
generously, and out they go the season's newest purchases E
selling way below the usual moderate prices.
Those who are acquainted with the "Meyers" quality and E
the kind and style of garments we sell, will readily perceive E
the importance of buying now.
Auction tonight. Yokohama (-'rockery
I Tea Co.
For sewing machines, needles, parts.
oil, etc., see Chas. E. Anderson, 521
Court street, Salem, Oro. 4-21-3t
Remember. This may be your laiit
chance to get such bargains. The auc
tion at the Yokohama Crockery & Tea
Co., tonight at 7:30.
Everything in new, up-to-date millin
ery, materials and shapes, let me fit a
frame to suit you, nothing is a trouble
to please my customers. Mrs. Alice
Hryngelsou. 634 North Commercial,
cornor Division.
Mountain honey on your hot cakes
for breakfast is fine. Two cakes for
33 cents. You can save money by us
ing "Olympic," the hard wheat flour.
Just as good as higher priced flour;
costs loss. Phone Main 210. The Ed
gar grocery.
Protection for the family. Mfe In
surance l thj best protection. Frater
nal insurance is the best. Modem
Woodmen of America is the largest and
best fraternal society. See a Woodman
anywhere, Ray A Grunt, Clerk.
monwednat-tf
Important
GET WISE
DRINK R-PORTER
I We are lovers of R-Porter. I
T Please don't ask us to ae
f cept any substitute for 4
t tame, a there is only one X
;: R-Porter. Please don't
t do it. Please don't. Take t
advice from me, friend. A
:: lover of R-Porter.
WAISTS, ETC. f
are offered fori
The
Home of
Satisfaction
. AxsUtant Attorney-General I. II. Van
Winkle and Insurance Commissioner J.
W. Ferguson are in Portland today to
investigate an insurance matter. A
livestock company's affairs are being
probed.
The best lice killer ever produced
an be had of F. E. Shafcr, the saddle
and harness man, 187 South Commer
cial stroet. Kills lice, fleas, etc., and is
a good disinfectant.
Nothing of any great importance de
veloped at tho meeting of the state
land board yesterday afternoon. Four
acres of tidolands on Young's river,
Clatsop county, were sold to the West
ern Cooperage company at $7.50 per
acre.
You will always be pleased with a
I.ndwig, Packard or other good makes
of pianos that we handle, and on easy
paymonts, if you wish. See R. F. Pet
ers, manager 521 Court street. Opposite
court house.
Call on us or phone us your grocery
orders; strict care is given every or
der. Phone Main 131. If you do not
use our bread, better try it. It is firm,
white and wholceome, and full weight
Tho Sunset grocery.
Tuesday, May 20, will be state society
day of tho "Moose carnival." Socie
ties from all over tho stato will cer
tainly make a showing, from all re
port coming from other lodge. All
local lodges are lending all possible
aid to make this carnival one long to
be remembered.
(Into Seaman, northwest student sec
retary of tho Y. M. C. A., ient yes
terday afternoon and today at Wil
lamette University, working In tho in
terest of the Northwest student con
ference, to be held at Columbia Brch,
Juno 14 22. Efforts are being made
to send a score from Willamette.
Bran Hop Sprayers demonstrated at
the Wade-rcarca Co.'s toro. Demon
stration after 9 o'clock a. m. today,
Wednesday and Thursday. This is
new device in tho hop spraying busi
ness, the sprayer never having beon
eihibltcd in this section before. A
man direct from the factory Is hero to
demonstrate. 4 22-21
Secretary of Htnte Olcott received
from the Georgia Plantation, of Mat
thews, La,, a strong appeal for opposi
tion to the free sugar proposed by the
Democrats, C. S. Matthews, tho writer,
declares that free sugar will ruin the
Industry In the United States and fat
ten the sugar trust, which owns th
foreign plantations. It is pointed out
that the government derives 150,000,000
in revenue from tho duty oa sugar.
The Sewinr Socirtr of PtAmtir'k B-1
lief Corps, No. 1, will bo held at th
home of Mrs. Laura MeAdama, 245 D
street, Thursday afternoon, April 24.
The hostess will be assisted by Mrs.
L. Clark and Mrs. A. Bennet.
State Insurance Commissioner Fergu
son was yesterday cited to appear be
fore the supreme court and show cause
April 29 why the Union Pacific Insur
ance Company should not be licensed
to do business in the state. It is said
that the company has brought ite capi
tal stock up to the required amount
by turning $25,000 surplus into capi
tal. The organ recital and concert to be
given in St. Joseph 's church Friday ev
ening will be in charge of Prof Fred
erick W. Goodrich, organ and choir di
rector of the Cathedral Church of the
Immaculate Conception, Portland, as
sisted by Miss Anna Matschiner, Miss
Rose Friedle and 8. A. McCartney, of
the Cathedral choir. A plendid pro
gram is being prepared for the occa
sion. Silverware, cut glass, dishes, jardin
ieres, in fact everything yon want, at
the auction of the Yokohama Crockery
Tea Co.
At the age of 84 years and some odd
months, and still able to kick as high
as his head, "Uncle" Billy Brown, an
old Mexican war vet, made a remark
yesterday afternoon to an inquisitive
Salemite which made the latter stop
and blink. Uncle Billy came down the
street sporting a brand new cane. "Got
a new cane, Billy!'' inquired a friend.
"Yep," says the old soldier. "I am
just trying it out: may need it some
time when I get old." "Well, 111 be
durned, " said the passerby, "I'm only
40, and can hardly get along without
a crutch."
Mac O'Brien, alias William Burke,
who escaped from the prison here some
four or five years azo, was recognized
in a Seattle jail by Frank Curtis, for
meily superintendent of the prison
here. On the completion of his jail sen
tence he was turned over to the Oregon
authorities, and is now back in his "old
home," completing a seven years sen
tence of which nearly five years yet
remain to be served.
"Dependable" coffees, teas, spices,
etc., have no equal. Just call for tne
"Dependable" in your next order. You
will like them. Phone Main 50. Sper
ling's grocery, 511 North Commercial
street.
The Cherry City Flouring Mills now
make a hard wheat flour that is su
perior in grade and nualitv. Ask your
grocer for Pateut or Oak Blend. Pat
ronize home industrv. Mill feeds at
all times. Phone Main 23331.
Buggies. Why buy second-hand ones
when you can buy these. H. Pohle &
Son have just unloaded 4th car of bug
gies since January 1, 1913. These rigs
will he put on market at $50, $55, $65
for leather quarter top buggies, some
with metal auto seats, 5-16 steel tires.
French point spring, 36-inch shaft
leathers, 12-inch steel fifth-wheels. See
11. Pohle Ic Son, 240 South Liberty, be
fore buying.
Notice of Improvement of Union
Street.
Notice is hereby -given that the com
mon council of the city of Salem, Ore
gon, deems it expedieut and horehy de
clares its intention to forthwith im
prove Union street from the east line
of Water street to the west line of
Twolfth street, in the city of Salem,
Oregon, with one-course, six-inch
crushed gravel cement concrete pave
ment at the expense of the abutting
property within the said limit in ac
cordance with the plan and specifica
tions for said street improvement, as
heretofore adopted by the common
council of said city and on file in the
office of the city recorder, which are
hereby referred to- for a detailed de
scription of said Improvement and
made part of this notice by such ref
erence. Written remonstrance against the
said proposed pavement may be made
at any time within ten (10) days from
the final publication of this notice in
the manner provided by the city char
ter. This notice is published for ten
(10) days by order of the common
couucil, the date of tho first publi
cation being the 23d day of April,
1013.
CnAS. F. ELGTN, City Recorder.
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NOW
While you are thinking of it,
make up your mind to come
here for glasses.
We are carful-you ihould 6.
a. Mcculloch
Optometrist
m North Commercial Street
(Qrouad Floor)
GRAY HAIR TURNS ITS
CULOR AFTER
Mixed With Sulphur It Darkens Bean-
tifully and Take Off Dandruff. "Wyeth s " which can be . depenjea
. i upon to restore natural color and beau-
Almost every one knows that Sage'ty to the hair and is the bet remedy
Tea and Sulphur, properly compounded, for dandruff, dry, feverish, itchy scalp,
brings back the natural color and lus- and to stop falling hair,
tro to tho hair when faded, streaked or: Folks like "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
gray; also lures dandruff, itching, and phur" because no one can possibly tell
stops falling hair. Years ago the only that you darkened your hair, as it does
way to get this mixture was to make it it so naturally and evenly, says a well
at home, which is mussy and trouble- known downtown druggist. You damp-
some,
Nowadays skilled chemists do this
better than ourselves. By asking at
any drug store for the ready-to-use pro-
duct called "Wyeth's Sage and Sul-
phur Hair Remedy" you will get a
large bottle for about 50 cents. Some
druggist make their own, but it s usu-
New Incorporations.
Donahne-Dubois Lumbering company,
Cottage Grove, capital stock, $25,000
M. C. and E. F. Donahue, William L.
McCabe and Charles E. Dubois, incor
porators.
Bagley Canning company, Medford;
capital stock from $10,000 to $25,000.
California Baking company, Portland,
capital stock, $10,000.
Bishop Stationery & Printing com
pany, supplementary.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned " will receive bids np to 5
o'clock p. m., April 2S, 1913, for 100
cords of slab wood.
Right is reserved by the city to re
ject any or all bids in the interest of
the city. .
CHAS. F. ELGIN, City Recorder.
4-22-3t
Bids for Wood for Public Schools.
The Board of Education are asking
for bids for 260 cords of cordwood or
slab wood for the schools for next
school year. Particulars may be had
from Chairman Holt, or from Superin
tendent Kuntz.
2t
Sealed Bids Invited.
Notice is hereby given that the com
mon council of the city of Salem, Ore
gon, invites sealed bids for the making
of an improvement of South High
street in the city of Salem, Oregon,
from tho south line of Bush street to
the north line of Hoyt street with 6
inch gravel cement concrete, 6-incb
crushed rock cement concrete, El Oso
No. 2 consisting of 4-inch hydraulic
cement base and IVi-inch wearing sur
face, EI Oso No. 5, consisting of as
phaltic concrete foundation 3 inches
thick and 1-inch wearing surface.
Clark & Henery Asphalt Pavement No.
1, consisting of 4-ineh cement ' con
crete base and lV,-inch asphaltic con
crete wearing surface, Clark & Henery
Asphalt Pavement No. 2, consisting of
3i-inch asphaltic concrete base and
IVi-inch asphaltic concrete wearing sur
face, Ambrose IiurJsall Asphalt Con
crete Pavement No, 2, consisting of 4-
inch Portland cement concrete base and
l'i-inch wearing surface, Ambrose
Burdsall Asphalt Concrete Pavement
No. 4, consisting of 34-inch crushed
rock asphaltic concrete base and V
inch wearing surface, No. 4 Light
Standard Bitulithic 4-inch hydraulic
cement foundation, Hi-inch wearing
surface, No. 5 Heavy Gravel Bitulithic,
3V5-inch bituminous concrete founda
tion, lVj-inch wearing surface, Dolar
way with 6-inch gravel cement con
crete, Dolarway with 6-inch cement
crushed rock concrete, Bituminous Con
crete No. 1, consisting of 4-inch ce
ment concrete base and 2-inch bitumin
ous concrete wearing surface, Bitumin
ous Concrete No. 2, consisting of 4-inch
cement concrete base and l'z-j-lnch bi
tuminous concrete wearing surface, Bi
tuminous Concrete No. 5, consisting of
3Mi-inch bituminous concrete base and
lMi-inch bituminous concrete wearing
surface, or bituminous macadam, pene
tration method, consisting of 6-inch
macadam base and 2-inch bituminous
macadam surface, In accordance with
the plans, specifications and estimates
on file in the office of the city re
corder of said city, which re hereby
referred to and made a part of this no
tice. Said bids will be opened on or after
the 28th day of Apri', 1013, at or about
7:30 o'clock p. m in open council
meeting In the city hall in Salem, Ore
gon. Each bid submitted must be ac
companied by certified check equal
in amount to ten per cent of the am
ount of the bid. The city reserve the
right to reject any and all bids. This
notice is publishod for five successive
days In dally newspaper published in
the city of Salem, Oregon, the date of
first publication being April 23d, 1913.
CHAS. F. ELGIN, City Recorder.
4-22 5t
Journal Want Advs. Brine Results.
CHEAP WOOD
We have several car of very fine slabwood. Just what
you need for summer and winter use.
ORDER NOW
SALEM LUMBER COMPANY
Office and yard 260 S. Liberty.
NATURAL
APPLYING SAGE TEA
(ally too sticky, so insist -upon getting
en a sponge or soft brush and draw it
through vour hair, taking one small
strand at a time. This requires but a
few moments, by morning the gray hair
disappears and after another applica-
tion or two is restored to its natural
color and looks even more beautiful
and glossy than ever. J. C. Perry.
NEW TODAY.
WANTED Parties wanted to. occupy
part of a car of household goods ship
ping to Oklahoma. Must know im
mediately. Inquire 560 Wafer street.
4-23-6t
FOR SALE Bay horse, 6 years old,
weight 1450 lbs., at Clearwater's
barn on Ferry street. Warranted.
4-23-3t
FOR RENT Three furnished house
keeping rooms with private bath.
Electric light. Phone Main 209.
4-23-3t
WANTED A girl for general house
work. Good wages to the right par
ty. Apply in person at o35 North
Capitol. 4-23-3t
WANTED To buy a second hand roll
top desk, large size preferred. Phone
Main 243S. ' 4-22-3t
FOR RENT Neatly furnished sleeping
rooms, electric light and bath. 4SS
North Commercial" street. 4-22-6t
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms near
City Hall, 330 N. High St., phone 4.
4-10-tf
FREE Twenty or thirty yards of fill
ing dirt to persons who will haul
same away. Address 670 Union
street. Phone 1901. 41912t
WANTED 20,000
Loganberry tips.
414-9t
Phone 666.
FOR RENT Three partly furnished
rooms, 1095 North 19th street.
4-21-3f
OLD PAPERS FOB SALE JuBt the
thing to put under carpets 10 cents
per bundle. Capital Journal.
4-21-tf
SMALL. ACCOUNTS KEPT Book?
audited, balanced and closed. On ac
count of large experience will keep
the accounts of concerns, whose busi
ness will not justify employment of
au individual bookkeeper. Prices
moderate. Address P. O. box 202,
Salem. 4-23-6t
190 -Acre Orchard
for Sale
Of prune and cherries, on mile
from Dallas, Ore. Five yean old and
upwards. In tracts to suit, at $225 to
$400 per acre.
Also 216 acre of farm land at $80
to $125.
. Payment one-third down, balance In
sis years. -
By the Fleming Realty Co, Phone
303, or 8. P. Kimball, phone Fanner
561, Balem, Oregon.
A. J. Barham, Dallas Agent
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Our prescription prices are as f
low as best quality will allow
Schaefer's Drug Store t
No. 135 Commercial Street t
Deutsche Apotheke. I
iiiiAAA AAA A A. A A A
When you ask for Butter
Ask for
BUTTER CUP BRAND
Capital City Creamery
Phone 299. 833 Court St.
PARLOR MILLINERY
DRESSMAKING
Hats made to order, retrimmed; no
big rent; no big prices.
MRS. BULLOCK,
340 Union St. Phone 1559
MONEY JO LOAN
On farm and city property, joha M
Scott, over Chicago Store, Balem. Or
estoa. Phone 1661
Phone Main 80
H0H0PATHIC PHT8ICIAJ
I do general visiting and offlc
practice, treating both acuta md
cbronio disease. I hare many p.
tient for asthma, dropsy, disease ol
the heart and kidneys, gall stones,
rheumatism, diseases of the skin and
nervous disorders.
I have cured dropsy In patient af
ter they bad been pronounced hopeless
by other able physician.
I have cured gall stone after emj.
nent surgeons had laid that an opera,
tion would be necessary to afford re
lief,. Office practice: Cash.
If you need my help, I am at your
service.
DR. L. G. ALTXAX,
296 H. Liberty St,
Phone: Main 147. Salem. Oregon.
GENUINE CHICKEN TAHAIES.
Wholesale and retail. Special for
weddings and parties. Call Main 2041
or come to Fred in front of the Madi
son. The first chicken tamale Fred
made in Salem, now yon see them ev
ery place, I bet $25 these are not
like Fred' Tamale. Yon try one for
yourself. S-12-tf
To Purchasers
For farms or city property see
Dr. W. A. Cusick, over Fry's
drug store. . tf
Salem Box & Mfg. Co.
Screen doors and windows
made to order. All sizes
prompt service. ,
Phone 308 247 Miller St
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I Cherry City "I,
Candy Factory !
Cherry City Ice Cream t
and i ,
Fountain Syrups
266 Chemeketa Street.
J Phone 2482
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DR. ASSELX, DEMIST t
Graduate N. W. U., Chicago. X
Salem Bank & Trust Building.
Suite 205-206. Phone 2418 I
WATCH AND'
eJEWELKYt
Karl Neigehuer
Jeweler.
Huonle Tempi
NORWICH UNION
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
BCEGHARDT BBEEDITH
XesUevt AgeaU 18$ Stat Street
MONEY LOANED
ON REAL ESTATE
314 U.S. Bank Building
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good Seal Estate Beevrity.
THOS. E. FORD
Orer Ladd t Bush Bank, Salem, Or.
REAL ESTATE
Money to Loan.
JACOB ft CO.
Phone 2424. 206-207 Hubbard Bldg
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa good Seal Estate seeirtty,
BECHTIL A BRIO
147 Stato Street
COAL AND WOOD
Prompt delivery. Sole agent for
the Famous Bock Springs Coal.
CAPITAL FTJBL OO.
E. H. Jory, successor to J. J. O'NsiL
Phone 210. Yards opposite 8.V pas
senger dept
WOOD AND COAL
la ny quantity. ' Prompt dellTerr
our pecUlty. Fall City Lurneer
Company, 179 North Commercial
street Phone Mala 81L
JAPAAE9B LACKDBT AJiD DBT
CLEANING W0BKS
No machinery to tear and wear
out delicate fabric. Work call
tor and delivered promptly.
43 Ferry 8t Phone Main Mil
Office Phoo Mala MS
Rigdon Residence Mala lit
KItlD05.RICHABD80H CO.
fnaend Dt rector and Undertaker
1 N. Hlgb Street,
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