Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, May 09, 1913, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    BAXXiT CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OXEOOK, FRIDAT, MAT 9, 1913.
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Women's 15c Vests at 9c.
A special group of low neck, sleeveless vests. Of
fine, ribbed cotton, Regular and extra sizes. Sold
everywhere at 15c. Special sale, 6 for 50c, ea....oc
To 75c Underwear at 47c
Women's fine ribbed lisle and cotton vests, pants
and union suits. Vests with crocheted yokes.
Lace trimmed umbrella pants and tight knee union
suits with plain yokes, tight Bfi umbrella style
pants. Eegular 65c to 75c grades; 6 for $2.75 j or
the single garments priced only 47c
Be Sure and Save Your Cash Du
plicate Sales Checks From This Store
They will help you to secure one of the cash prizes now
being offered by The Capital Journal.
The All Wool
Suit That Was
Made Just
For You
Is easy to find in our
large and complete
assortment of up-to-date
men's 'clothing.
The reason that it
will look as though it
was made for you
is that our cloth
ing is so splen
didly tailored, espe
cially about the' collar
and shoulders. If you
appreciate a perfect
fitting, handsomely
styled and high qual
ified suit at a price
well within your
means come in for a
"try on" of any of our
smart spring styles in
order to convince yourself that all we say is true. You
will find them the equal in style and service-giving quali
ties of custom-made garments, costing much more.
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Children's Lawn and Gingham Dresses
SATURDAY ONLY.
II These dresses are sicply m ade, but are very pretty and
II attractive iust what the children need for school wear
I as the materials are stron a? and durable.
75c Dresses 56c
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Saturday's Special
These extra values will be for Saturday only. A wonderful opportunity at the begin
ning of the season. Supply your summer needs now.
Women's Summer Underwear Less
Women's and children's undergarments of every weight and weave for summer wear.
Splendidly made and carefully finished garments of well-known makes. Underwear of
every style Vests, Pants and Union Suits at compelling savings for this event.
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Women's 20c Vests at 14c
Fine ribbed cotton vests in low neck, sleeveless
styles. Plain and fancy yokes. . Regular and extra
sizes. Regular 20c grade, special 6 for 85c, or the
single garments at only . 14c
85c Union Suits for 69c
Women's fine ribbed and spring needle union suits
in tight knee and lace trimmed umbrella styles,
with low neck, sleeveless and short Bleevesj regular
85c grade special sale, 3 for $2, or the single gnr
mcnt priced at only . 69c
Also tight knees. Low neck, sleeve
less . vests. Eegular and extra
sizes; 3 for $2.75; ea special- 98c f
fine Vests and Pants-Tor women J only 1Mi eaeh at
Of fine ribbed lisle and
Crochet and
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$1.00 Dresses 84c
$1.50 Dresses $1.19
$2.00 Dresses $1.79
We call attention to our Skinner T
Lined Blue Serges at
$15.00
For women. These are wonder- T
ful values; a new shipmetn just T
received.
Suits $7.50, $10.00 I
I $11.50 up to $50.00 I
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Women's $1.50 Union Suits High X 35c Vesta and Pants for Women, of Women's 17c vests, of fine ribbed
grade, fine .spring neodle style with J tine ribbed lisle and cotton. Crochet T cotton. Plain and fancy yokes. Low
wide empire, lace trimmed pants. I and trimmed vokeg- LaCe trim. n6Ck, sleeveless, in regular and
med and tight knee pants. Kegu- T comfy cut. Special, 6 for only 65c;
lar and extra sizes. Special 6 for T also each at this sale for
25c I onty 12c
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coiion. . 10- d gl 2- BuitS
lace bnmiiieu jurvua.
t ., an . i ii i women b extra line spring ueeuiu
Lace trimmed umbrella pants. Keg- f cotton. All sizes, ,n low neck, sleeve- J
ular and extra sizes. 8pecial at 6 ; ; less and the short sleeved styles; Bieeveless plain yoke6) um.
for,only $2.10; each at 37c ; ; 6 for 45c; each 8c brella and tight knees; 3 for $2.50;
Women's 25c Vests of fine ribbed ; ; each 89c
cotton, with fancy lace and cro- ' ' Children's 20c vests and pants in..
cheted yokes. Low neck, sleeve-'. '. low neck, sleeveless, high neck and All the specials advertised for
less and wing sleeves. Special 6 f or ; ; ring sleeves, in knee length pants. ; ; the Springtime Sale will be contin-
$1- eaeh at - -19c " P8cia 6 for only 95c; ea at ...-17c " U6(l or some t'me-
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Doctor
Stone's
Corn
Remedy
Knocks Corns and
Bunions higher
than "Gilroy's
kite." Price 23c.
. DR. STONES
Boroto Compound and Plaster
will take the kinks out of your
lame back. Price 50c.
DB. .STONES
Itch Ointment will cure you of
that itch which you caught from
that follow. Trice $1.
DE. STONES
Poison Oak Bemedy will cure
your Poison Oak, which you got
last Sunday. Price 25c and 50c.
DE. STONES
Cough Remedy will clear your
pipes of phlegm and cure your
cough. Price 25c and 50c.
SB. STONES
Toothache drops will stop the
toothacho in one minute by the
watch. Price 23c.
DE. STONE'S DEUQ STORE,
Salem, Oreogn.
Free delivery to any part of the
city.
CITY NEWS.
j Popular as a wedding gift china
at Capital Drug Stpre.
The railroad commission will proba
' bly grant, an order closing the offices,
! as there was no opposition,
j At a meeting of the state land board
! yostcrady T. B. Handly was appointed
I attorney for the board in Tillamook
county to suceed Webster Holmes.
It wan explained that of 67 offices
Bought to be closed about one-third
were located in the woods and had been
used by logging companies until they
moved to a new location.
A meeting of the committee' on ac
counts, the mayor and city attorney is
scheduled for this afternoon, and it was
predicted that the bid of Morris Bros.,
for tho $380,000 sewer bonds would be
accepted.
One of the peculiar grounds upon
which the Pacific States Telephone Co.
yesterday asked that certain offices be
closed by the railroad commission was
that, as stated by Superintendent W. J.
Phillips, that the work of certain agents
was unsatisfactory. He explained this
by tho statement that the agcntB failed
to turn over the receipts to the com
pany, one retaining funds for six
months The company could get no one
to take the places of the unsatisfactory
agents and so had to close the offices.
ROUND TRIP
Summer Excursions East
Via the
-m
I06DEN a SHASTA I
ROUTES
Tickets will b sold from all main and branch line point in Oregon
to Eastern destination one way through California or via Portland.
Stop overs withia limit.
Tickets on Sale Daily, May 28 to
Sept. 30. Final Return Limit Oct3 1
Atlantic City
Baltimore
Boston
Chicago
Denver
Toronto
TO
Detroit
Indianapolis
Kansas City
Memphis
New York
Washington, D. -O.
Norfolk
Omaha
Philadelphia
Rochester
Bt Louis
Winnipeg
And various other points 8outh and East. Call on nearest Agont for
full information as to routes and fares to any particular hastern city,
and for literatnro describing points along the 8. P., or write
JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent,
PORTLAND, OEEOON
Attend the Commercial Club meet
ing at the Board of Trade rooms to
night at 8 o'clock.
Cooked Food sale by ladies of tho
Baptist church, Saturday, May 10, at
the Imperial Furniture store, 171 North
Liberty street.
Automobilo parade 2 p. m. Salem
Eugene day, Moose carnival. The herd
will surely io turned loose. You had
hotter register your auto with H. H.
Turner, and got a present.
. Owingtoa mistake a call was issued
for a meeting last night for those in
terested in the organization of a Twi
light ball club. The meeting will bo
held tonight, instead, at the Illihee
club, and all those who are interested
are Urged to bo present.
The state health board reports 44S
males and 449 females born in March,
431 males and 381 females born in Feb
ruary and 453 males and 490 females
born in January. Following deaths are
reported: March 758, February 519,
January 603. There were 313 marriages
in March, 185 in February and 289 in
January.
The state board of health's report
shows the following statistics regard
ing infectious disease for March: Tu
berculosis, 30 new cases and 57 deaths;
measles, 27 new cases and two deaths;
diphtheria, 24 new cases and 3 deaths;
scarlet fever, SO new cases and 2
deaths; smallpox 121 rases and no
deaths; other infectious diseases, 35
l oses and 0 deaths.
A popular trysting place?
Our meat market, because so many
arrange for their meets here?
We Will Be Pleased
To Arrange With You
For the Best Cuts of Meat,
Either by 'Phone
Or At Our Counter.
This Is
A Rendezvous for Meat
For Those Who
Are Particular
About the Kind They Eat!
Phone Main 247.
Capital Meat Market
121 South Commercial Street.
Every time you use the Cherry City
flouring mills make of flour or cereals,
you will become a bettor friend to our
concorn. We mako the "Patont" and
'Oak Blond," Oregon Wheatola, gra
ham, etc. Ask your grocer for Made in
Salem goods.
Sunday dinner is. n,ot, complete with
out a good fat chicken, especially
dressed from tho Sunset grocery. When
you order your chicken don 't forgto the
bread. Fresh 'vegetables kept free
from street dust. Phone Main 131.
Thnt lico and mite killer that we
hove beon telling you about is a good
disinfectant, and is something that
you should not be without this time of
year. See F. E. Shafor, the saddle and
and harness man, 187 South Commercial
street.
Out stock of pianos, vietrolas and
records is ready for your inspection.
Our prices are within tho rench of all.
Our easy payment plan gives porfoct
satisfaction. Call and see us before
buying. Tt. F. Peters, manager, 21 Court
street, Moose building.
Edgar, tho grocer, is offoring as spe
cials for Saturday,, a full and complete
lino of strictly fresh, crisp vegetables,
strawberries, 15c per box, 2 for 25c.
Have you tried his celobrated Olympic
flour at $1.33 tho sack. A hard wheat
flour.
Cot your Sunday supplies at Sper
ling's, 311 North Commercial street.
Phono Main 60, whero strict enre is
taken with every order. Delivery
prompt, and quick service. Our cus
tomers reorder "Yakima Best" flour
becauso it gives perfect satisfaction.
Day Officer Welch wns called to the
homo of H. O. Carl, at 005 D street,
this morning and found that the house
had been robbed some time lost night.
The burglar took $23 in money and
other valuables. Tho family was not at
home last night and tho robber evident
ly walked through tho door and after
helping himself to whnt valuables he
wanted, departed without leaving the
slightest clue.
D, W. Gibson, the well known ex
chief of police is about tho st recti
again after jjufforing an illness for the
past two months. "Doc" has been
sick, and mighty sick at that, but he
stated yesterday that if Old Sol will
only administer a few beams right now,
he will be pulling straight in the collm
within a short time.
Tho annual banquet of the fcih
school will be held June 14 at tho Hotel
Marion. Charles B. Harrison will be
toastniastor of tho banquet. Several
musical numbers will help to cnli"en
tho program. The executive committee
in charge of tho arrangements consists
of the following members: Roth Ax
ley, president; Margaret Poisal, vice
president; Harold Hagar, treas'irer;
Gertrude Eakin, secretary; Mary Bteiu
loff, corresponding secretary.
varied experience crowded into her vis
it. She only missed by two days being
at Omaha when the tornado struck it,
and is of courso glad to bo back hoiyc
where there are no tornadoes or floods,
and wnero sho can again see tho green
grass, the wealth, of flowors and birds
and Nate, and all tho othor delightful
things that can only bo found in Oro-gon.
Notice to Club Women.
The regular monthly mooting of the
Salem Woman's Club will bo held in
the Public, Library building on Satur
day, May 30th, at 2:30 p. m. Program
by the art class, "Famous Cathodrals
of the World," illustrated. Nomina
tion of officers for ensuing club year.
All members expected to bo present.
Edna D, Haymond, secretary.
Is it possiblo thnt. most of thoso Mex
icans have quieted down at lastt.
Back From the East ,
Mrs. X. D. Elliott, who has boon vis
iting relatives of both herself and Mr.
Elliott (or the past two months, arrived
home today. She was in Indianapolis
during the floods and certainly had s
BACKACHE IS -A
DANGER SIGNAL
Kidney Troubles, Bladder Disorders,
Rliwrnatism, and Serious Dis
eases Follow.
Thoro aro other symptoms, such as
pains in tho region of tho kidneys, nor
vousnesii, dizziness, tired and worn-out
foci ing, weak bladder, painful, Bcaldy,
or urinary troubles, which aro just as
dangerous, for the slightest kidney do
ningciuent is neglected may dovelnp
into the deadly Bright 's disease, drop
sy or diabetes.
It is not only dnngcroin, but needless,
for you to suffer, nnd endure the tor
tures of those troubles for tho now dis
covery, Croxoue, quickly ami surely
ends all such misenv.
' There is no more ol'fectivo remedy
known for tho cure of kidney, bladder
trouble, and rheumatism, than this new
scientific preparation, because it re
moves the causo. It soaks right into
tho kidneys, through tho walls antl lin
ings, cleans out the eloggcd-up pores,
neutralizes and dissolves tho poisonous
uric acid and waste mattnr, that lodgo
in tho joints and muscles and cause
those terrible rheumatic pains, and
makes tho kidneys filter tho poison
from tho blood and drives it out of the
system.
Three doios of Croxono a day, for a
few days is often all that is ever need
ed to cure tho worst backache or over
come disagroenblo urinary disorders,
and you can take it with the utmost
confidence that nothing on earth will so
quickly cure tho worst caso of kidney,
bladder troublo or rheumatism.
You will find Croxono difforont from
I all other remedies. Thero Is nothing
(else like it. It is so prepared that It is
practically impossible to take It into
the human system without rosults. An
original packago costs but a trifle at
any first-class drug store. All druggists
are authorized to personally return tho
purchase price if Croxono' should fall
in s single case.
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'..tt Trill
Under the Surface
THE MAN who purchases a suit simply because the style
strikes him, the color becomes him and the coat, vest and
trousers fit him, makes a mistake. Style, color and fit
to be considered last, not first. It is the tailoring the
under part the canvas the reinforcements which count
for service. Don 't buy a suit until you are convinced that
it's as good UNDER the surface as on top.
THEN, the style you want, tho fabric you want, the
price you want to pay, a perfect fit and OUR backing.
There's Your Story in a Nutshell
It's slo our own story briefly and correctly told.
WANT AD HOROSCOPE
MAT 9.
If you arn born on this date your
governing planet is Morcury and your
sign "Taurus." - ,
Morcury is cnllod the star of activ
ity. It is also tho unifying influence
in man's physical activities, Morcury
carries tho rod of justice and would
over extend its support in the struggle
ngninst wayward impulsos.
Morcury brings about unrest and
striving, becauso it impels upward and
resists downward influences.
Horn on this dato you should live a
simple life, indulge not in stimulants,
or rich foods, and dovclop persistency
and concentration of effort. Your ten
dency will bo toward speculation and
reckless uso of money, loviug display
and fino clothes.
This period favors the advertising
and renting, of summor homes. Excel
lent boarding places may be found in
the Journal want ads during the com
ing week,
Farms will be well advertised and
Bought after.
Travel Ads and Want Ads favoring
domestics will be largely answered. '
There never was a time when people
appreciated the real merits of Chamber
lain 's Cough Remedy more than now.
This is shown by the increase in sales
and voluntary testimonials from per
sons who have been cured by it. If you
or your children are troubled with a
cough or cold give it a trial and be
come acquainted with its good quali
ties. For sale by all dealors.
Good hick is like a lot of other things
you never fully appreciate it until you
haven't it.
oaturaay
ay 10
We Will Have ori Sale
EL TOSTOVO
The wondorful little electric toaster and stove combined
Through tho spccinl offer as advertised in the Saturday
Evening Post, this stove is to be sold for just one-half.
TWO DOLLARS
for One Day Only
t
Our first order ih wilil out already
THE ELECTRIC CO.
Phono 85.
Phone 85.