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DAILY CAPITAL JOTONAL, SALEM. OREGON, SATTODAT, DECEMBER 20, 1913.
Store of the Christmas Spirit .....
Special Low Prices Reign in the
Men's Section. It is Needless to
Point out the Great Sav
ings Which May Be Effected.
SELECT NOW BEFORE THE LINES
For that man or young man, we sug
gest a visit to our Men's Store. The
lines are complote. Buy something use
fulsuch as a Bath Robe, House Coat,
Slippers, Shoos, Hat, Handkorchiofs,
Tie. and Hobo Sots or Leathor Goods.
Our showing of travoling accessories in
noat leather cases is unusually practical
and will make e-collont gifts.
Store Open Evenings. Packages Checked Free
Generously Cut Prices on Gifts for
the Wife, Mother, Sister or Friend.
Just visit the Big Store and note the
scores of Specials displayed injdepartments
Truly, it would be a difficult task to
enumerate the hundreds of beautiful
and desirable things we have gathered
here as gifts for women. A Suit, Coat
or Furs would please; a detachable
handled Umbrella, Handkerchiefs, or
Gloves, Toilet Set, Linens, Cut Glass,
are always acceptable or perhaps a
Kimona, Bath Robe, Shoes, or Slippers
might fit the case.
Special Sale Reductions Throughout Salem's Big Emporium
Everything goes at cut pricesexcept several contracted articles. Purchase needs far vor
self and the family, for the household and all of your Christmas SSWL
intra 114) fin i . . i i
1. I A"", il .Mil.,,...,
Our second floor offors some oxcollmit
Rift suggOHtions and if you'll take the
time to visit there you will Bolve sever
al of your gift problems. Blnnkats or
Indian Robes are highly valued. A
Hniid Bug or Suit Case "cannot fail to
please. Chinaware, Cut Glass, Baskets
and Brnssware aro equally good as gift
suggestions which may be found on the
Somo spoclnls picked at random.
Hand painted plates, 00c each. Real
Cut Glass Nappies, two stylos, 78c oach.
Heal Cut Glass Nappies, handle stylo
only, $1.1!) each. Silvor deposit Glims
ware, Sugar and Cronmer sols, spociul,
lo set, All Bask ots and BrnHswnro,
loss 20 per cent. Splendid Webster
Dictionary, special, QHa each. Roe the
big table of articles at tj price.
SALEM'S POPULAR TOYLAND
oiis, uames and Wheel Goods at Special Cut Prices.
" -.ITs-V --a.::.
What run fnr kJ Ik mIT'-'i -i!!
the Lov. jmJ .w i" "unarea.or "" to delight and make them happy. Bring
for Christma. ? thJ 1?aV"Tb,Ke and ,et them decide wh they would likf
all wTt'h the tr,8r.d0,1thau ut their eye. sleepily when you rock them in your
aheothertter!.S . T" lM,e d through tunnels, motor, in motion and
made for thS Uli n nd"mu,n domestic and imported device, specially conceived and
RaSp.n IJmS r?Z'n JhA gameJ &nd j'tufcfed Ji1 "ection de8erve your atte"tion too.
"StSS SpeciaUy priced at R70' 4-60 5-43' 6-9.
Some of the Low Priced Ar
tides picked at random from
the Toy Section.
Train and track sets special $1.60
$2.25. Tool chests 99c-$1.29 up to
$4.05. All dolls large ami small at
special prices. Banks two styles at
23c-39c-49c. All stuffed animals at
lowered prices. All tree deeorutions at
generous reductions. Games of all kinds
and game boards specially priced .Tri
cyclesHand Cars Wheelbarrows
Rocking Horses Shoo-fly Rockers and
Doll Buggies Everything goes at a
No.56"Yankee", Dump Cadt
The House of Quality
.! ! am i.ni.,i.., Jtffti:
T- -vua ' w-"-'-nwJFi1ii i i mtm
SpmHal prices on fancy cliiim, braBS.
ware, art pottery, etc. Visit our crock
T.v department. Huron & Hamilton.
Tho line of coaster wagons wo select
ed for this year's trndo Is tho best tho
market affords. . Bring tho "kid" in
lid let hi in soloct his own; ho knows
the host. Hay I Farmer Hdw. Co.
Mnttrons steaming d remaking,'
wrpet oWljng-toain or vacuum
feather renovating. OU0 P. Zwicker,
Salem Rt..m & Vacuum Cum,. l.--.
ing Works. 1'houo Main . Work
called for and delivered froo.
All members of the A. 0, U. V. are
requested to attend tho funeral Sun
day afternoon at I o'clock of. August
E. Johnson, who died Thursday. The
services will be held from Rigdon i
Richardson's undertaking parlors. (J,
M. Mason, master workmsn,
Home of Satisfaction
Ye Liberty Lead
HerrE r nest
Keep tho X,na spirit in the bouse
lo year round by getting her a Fmuta
ru""or I'-'octrio Vacuum cloanor. Onlv
insy torms. Btiron St Ham
I Norman Hill, a Willamette Unlversny
Bt I .... V
nua gone t His homo in Uwis
ton, Idaho, whoro ho will spend tho
Christmas holidays with his relntivos.
119 will return about Jannarv fl.
P. A, Wiggins, of Toppeulsh, Wash.,
in mo city renowiug old acquaint
nices. Mr. Wiggins Is a formor Salem
man, having been in busin fcn, a.
many years. Ho it now In the nursery
Muniunnn in nasnington,
A useful Xmas present la a r
.... . . " -
, enr-j-.vcr aluminum. ,W aro show
Ing a very complete lino this season.
nuron a Hamilton.
Tho beautiful pattern, exeoll.nce of
nnmit and surntrior quality of Commu
nity silver ran bo duplicated only in
(fonulno sterling silver and prices much
igreaier. Wnat's tho usot Community
Is good enough for anybody. Ray L.
, Farmer Hdw, Co.
The funeral of George Wldlpel wn
held this afternon at 1:30 from the
home at 117(1 North Twelfth street. The
remains were burled In I.eo Mission
cemetery, and licv. Mnng Conducted the
Our comfort rockers and Morris
chnlrs mnke very acceptable Rift(,,
Come In and look them over. Huron St
Will appear at Ye
in hia wonderful
Ye Liberty Leads
Two big bimketbnll
C, A, I'Vi V 1 uu ii. - 1 it a
Cbnnawa vs. Y. M. C. A. Reserves and
8 p. ni, Christian Bros. Coll,- ,,f tw.
lnnd vs. Pnlcm Yellow Jackets, Two
hours of excitement for .,'e.
Tho choicest of Choice nmiltrv. r.
your Rundsy or Christmas dinner can be
found at Rperlin.'s .111 North P
Hal street. Rweot, tender and juicy.
Every pound with a guarantee, and you
well know what our guarantee means.
I Art in tic III.' turn fm,,!,,,,
show you a good variety of beautiful
mouldings. Vl.lt our art d.mr mnnt
Huren It Hamilton.
Mrs. Bell Morris and family have en-
uTiainea Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Con verso
or Npoknno, for a few dnvs. Mr. rn
verse is a cousin of Mrs'. Morris, and
they had not mot before in 20 years.
You won't liavo to jog your memory
very lmrd to romomber the timo when
candy worthy tho name cost double
what it does here. Wo have revolu
tionized prices and standards. Purity
and frwhuoB are first essentials, then
reasonable prices. See our window dis
play. Have you boucht the Christinas
sweetst If not, try Sixrlini?. 311 North
In buyiug Tip Top bread, vou bnv a
loaf that is absolutely clean. Every-
noiiy Is now deraanduiir Dure air.: nnre
water and pure food. What should bo
mors puro than bread. Tho "staff of
life" and staple of our everv meal.
Wrapped in a waxed paper to keep tho
goodness in tho impurities Out. ' Th
sola agency for Salem Is at Sperling's,
ino grocer, an North Commercial
Goodwill and success to all who look
for 1914 to bo the best vear Salem hns
soon. The WHlametto valley is rich,
and Salem is the center of a laric ex
panse of the very best of It. We have
been selling farms each week, and want
to get connected with you if you desire
to sell a farm, buy one or to ejehnn
your property for other realty, hero or
eisewnere. Heo us, Folks-Scott Realty
The remains of tho lato A. E. John
son will be buried in Leo Mission com
etery tomorrow afternoon. Tho funer
al will tako plnce from the undertaking
parlors of Rigdon Se Richardson nt 1
o'clock and Rev. P. S. Knight will con
duct tho services.
Mrs. Frank A. Thompson' entertained
tho Ladies' Aid of Salem Heights Wed
nesday afternoon In her usual hospit
ablo manner. . Not vory many wore
able to attend, but all who were pros-
out had lovoly time. . This was prob
ably the last meeting of tho year 1913.
The Eilers Musie House baa a fw
. pianos loft from . a. carload Uiat they
.naa snipped, to Salem for the Christmas
trade. - wo will close the balance out
regardless of prieo. 1 you vr pect
to got a piaoo. don't fall to seo those
high grade instrument that wo aro
selling at less - than tho other houses
aro asking for shoap one. Sample
room 318-3.3 llubbard building.
COP BEATS "KIDNAPER.
ruNIT.D PUB-SB uisnn wma 1
Los Angelos, C'al., Dec. 20. A bone
headed cop spoiled a motion picture
Kiunnping scene Doing staged in Broad-;
way hore. ' Ho tackled tho kidnaper, '
and gave him a real boatine. and then I
started in on tho actors, who came to
the roscuo. A grinuig operator filmed
TWO CENTS s word fdr 'sach
Insertion. ' 4
EIGHT OPERATIONS IN WEEK.
Klght operation lu one week is the
record that hns beeu made by Br. Har
ry R. Clay recently. Pat O'Gary, a well
known voting man, will lcavo the hospi
tal today after undergoing a serious
operation. Mrs. Cornelius, of Tumor,
will alto leave the Institution for her
homo today, An operation was per
formed on Mr. H, O. White, of this
city, by Br. Clay last Tuesday, and she
is reported to he getting along nicely.
Dr. Clay also reports that Mis Smith.
wvll known local young woman, ha
recovered fomplelely from an opera,
tlon which she underwent t week ago.
175020 acre, new 5 roon house and
barn, barn 40i40, with 10 ton of
t hay. Land alt in cultivation, good
son, no. rock, no gravel. Young poach
orchard. Terms, at 6 per cent. C. O.
Rico, with L. S. Barnes & Co., 313
316 Masonln templo.
COWS FOR SALE
-At A. H. Burrell's,
LOST Whito Angora goat. Suitable
reward paid for its return to 1923
James B, Cutlor and familv. of Port-
land, arrived this morning and will
spend tne remainder of the month vis
iting at the homo of his mother, Mrs.
Jano Williams, at 448 South Twelfth
street .. -
Attorney Robert Cross( of .Baker, Or.,
was in- tho city today looking after le
gal matters. '
Oiorge McElwain 'and family left this
morning for Ilillsbnro to sneml tho
Holidays with friends and relatives. ,
PIANOS IOB SALE. -Having
received a shipment of pianos
direct from tho factory, will givo tho
purchaser tho benefit of factory prices.
Don't fail to call and get prices and
terms. Call evenings between 6 and D.
or writo, Frank Dorsoy, .20 North
r ront ' street, Salem, Oregon. ' Leave
orders ror tuning. ,
As I am going east. I win .nil m
ciuso in suouroan Home, cheap. Beau
tiful 5-acre tract, well-improved, all
amcis or Depnng fruit. House, barn,
well, stock and all implements. Price
f -iuuu, torms. Call on my agents, Bech-
tel & Bynon.
Large list of Houses for rent.1
Houses sold oh easy payments'.
Writa Fire, Lifo, Accident Insurance,
. . ana surety Bonds,
Money to loan.
Wo buy, sell or exchange properties
Don'ts usually tar outnumber Do's.
Tho "tired" man is quickly retired.
BIO BARC1AIN Good house, barn and
three lots, U00. Easy terms; must
sell immediately. Fino place for
ehickena or eows, one block from ear
Una. Como to 1208 8outh 13th
atroot, and seo It Address A. E.
I Frank M. Newton
Oeneral transfer. Stand, Shaf
er's Harness Shop.
1 none tlx. nesuteuce mono .171
Just toll your doctor you want I
I to tab your prescription tn 1
t Schaefer's drug store, and ho T
win know it is put up right. f
Some Day . . .
You Wilt & ohllamA t ....
the SATISFACTORY KIND OF
trtULASSES. Your eye, can't
WHY NOT NOW?
Today is the day of satUfac
Uon in eye experience.
We are qualified to guar an-
ics you mar satisfaction.
Come in for a thorough,
iearching examination of the
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
sUrli Af rats 181 State gfcrsot
MONEY TO LOAN
Om farm aad city DroiMrtr. Jak
Scott, orsr Chlcaun Btora. ! c
KOK Phono Mil.
MONEY TO LOAN
v oo Kal XsUts SosaritT.
TH08. E. Fosn
Oyw Udd k Bush Bask, Balsm. Or
WOOD AND COAL
ll smt unantltT.
our spaoisdty. Falio city Luna'
trMt Psoas Mais til
JAPAJI81 LACNDKI AS3 bay
; CLIAJTUffl WOMg
No mschlsory to Uar sjU wsw
out dollcsto fabrics. Work eallos
for and delWorsd promptly.
445 Ferry street Phono Main ESR?
Fletcher S Bvrd :
Miss i4. McCulloch
291 Commerrinf Cf-.-
PA--- one 1 1 -
. mvks vsj. tiourt y to 5.
I Ground Floor
fEED, SEEDS, PAINTS,
OILS, BRUSHES and
Phone Main 15fi
349 North Commercial SL