Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 31, 1914, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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THE SALEM CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914.
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Salem s Big Department Store
NEW TODAY '
:
'E ARE deeply appreciative of the augmented inter
est evinced by the public in our enlarged store. In
the various departments of this great building will
be found all that is newest and most to be desired in fash
ions and merchandise, marked at prices which cannot fail
to command instant and interested attention. The special sales which have
become a feature of the store's activities offer incomparable values.
Meet Me at Meyers
'SEE i'lilOD, FRED, FRED.
Tremendous Price Reductions cJS Ready -to-Wear Garments
Discriminating women who investigate are among our most valued customers. Do you investigate and
Compare? Then you must know that the latest and most acceptable styles are here represented in variety
that equals any elsewhere to be found, and at prices that maintain our reputation for best values.
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' COATS UP TO $18.50
Balmacaan, Mackinaws, Arabian Lamb, Broadcloth,
Boucle and Plaid Novelty Coats in this lot unusual value
giving. SPECIAL AT $12.50
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' COATS UP TO $27.50
This lot includes many new stylish Coats in the popu
lar fabrics and colorings. Better see this assortment
soon. SPECIAL AT $10.00
FINAL CLEARANCE WOMEN'S AND MISSES
COATS UP TO $20.00
Desirable garments every one a
bargain. We've placed the price so low
on these that no one in need of a Coat
at a low price can afford to pass this
offering unheeded.
SPECIAL AT $6.95
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WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SILK AND WOOL DRESSES
UP TO $32.50
Many desirable Dresses in this lot neat, well made,
smart styles. We must move them; hence this below-cost
price. Don't fail to see them.
SPECIAL SALE PRICE $9.98
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SILK AND WOOL DRESSES
UP TO $25.00
One must see these splendid garments to really appre
ciate the unusual values we are offering. Nowhere can
you get more value for your money. Every one of these
garments is new the present season's models.
SPECIAL SALE PRICE $12.98
RACK OF WOMEN'S SILK DRESSES UP TO $48.50
SELLING AT ONE-HALF PRICE
Remainder of stock Women's Silk and Wool Dresses.
Not a garment escapes the sweeping price reduction. Less
20 per cent.
Entire Stock of Women's and Misses' Suits Prices
Sacrificed Reductions from 20 Per Cent to Half Regular Price
Nowhere will you find a more desirable stock of high-grade Suits smart styles the most fash
ionable fabrics. Every Suit characterized by its originality of design and perfect tailoring.
1 he entire stock open to selection at the above price reductions no reserve.
Our Entire Stock Childrens Coats at 20 Reduction
Here's the opportunity you have been looking for. Bring the child in Monday, Tuesday-next week
and buy that Coat now while the stock is large and prices so low. All the newest models and fabrics
snown in our assortments.
SPECIAL SALE WOMEN'S
NIGHT GOWNS MONDAY, TUES
DAY and WEDNESDAY-A THREE
DAY OFFERING OF FLANNEL
GOWNS REGULAR GRADE TO
$1.25-SPECIAL 89c EACH
These garments are made from an
excellent outing flannel in a splendid
style full fashioned, braid trimmed
all sizes in white and colors. Just the
garment for cool weather. A most
timely event where you can make quite
a price saving.
Three-day sale Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday
89c EACH
NO. 715 WEDNESDAY SURPRISE
SALE-NOVEMBER 4TII
AN OFFERING OF WOMEN'S KNIT
TED PETTICOATS - UNUSUAL
VALUE, ONLY 39c EACH
These are the popular short, knitted
Petticoats. A warm, comfortable gar
ment that will give entire satisfaction.
We procured these on account of their
goodness and low price, and we pass
them on to our patrons at about what
we paid for them, as a special attrac
tion next Wednesday. Form-fitting
top. We have them in plain blue, black
and red or grey with stripe border an
excellent assortment.
Regularly sold up to 75c next Wed
nesday take your choice for
39c EACH
Sale starts at 8 ::!(). See window display.
SPECIAL SALE VALENCIENNES
LACE INSERTIONS - MONDAY,
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
VALENCIENNES LACE INSER
TIONS AT 5c A YARD
Usual grades up to 20c a yard.
An attractive offering of dainty In
sertions in many pretty patterns. This
popular lace can be put to so many uses,
wise is the woman who takes advan
tage of this sale and supplies her needs
for months to come. One-half to one
and one-half inches wide. Regularly
sold up to 20c a yard.
Three-day sale Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday
5c A YARD
Meet Me at Meyers'
The House of Quality
All Around Town
Dr. Maudalrorui, apactallst In fitting 0. W. Younger, deputy itate factory
(litici correctly. V. N. bank building, Inxpoctor lor the state of Washington,
' 1 o formerly a resident of Alhanv, Oregon.
(Thief Of Police Bhedeek, la busy to. was In the city yesterday renewing obi
day distributing the ehs'tiun booths and noiniiliit n im'cm ' mi. I ex. 'hanging notes
election supplies to the voting places of with Htate Labor Commissioner 0. 1'.
thn city for the city election Monday, Huff,
Joliu r. Davie aa city treasurer moana Agate polished and mounted. Oard-
AL - XIooodIgoods fcdy
Over 34 Years Successful
Merchandising in Salem
for rent-
Itellevno.
lO ruom apartment, ilttS
WANTED Hcconil girl lit WilhmieMo
Sanatorium,
SPECIAL hot chicken
' Fred's night lunch.
toiunloH ut
IMMENSE SALE OF DESIRABLE
RIBBONS USUAL PRICES UP TO
90c SPECIAL SALE CLEARANCE
39c A YARD
A large variety of pretty Ribbons in
all the popular effects and colorings
Moires, Roman stripes, Dresden ef
fects, plaids, floral designs you'll find
just what you want from this big lot,
and save quite a sum on your purchase.
Widths up to 8 inches, and regularly
priced at DOc.
Take your choice special
39c A YARD
(See window display.)
01.11 PAPERS tor carpets; 10 cent
per hundred. Journui office.
I'OU WALK Young fresh cow, with
i'ii If. ti.l!) North Twenty-first.
FOR liKN'T 4-room modern house, 2:i0
.South Fourteenth street.
FOR HUNT Two neatly furnished
bedrooms. Inquire 3.'!2 N. Church.
FOIt HALE Large Jersey cow. Heavy
milker. Nell cheap. 1417 Market.
FOR RENT Upper tlat, 7 rooting closo
' in mid modern, l'lionc 02 and 121.
WANTED Grubbing done immediate
ly. A. K. Zimmerman, Salem, 'Kt. !).
FOR KENT Two well furnished rooms
for housekeeping. Inquire at 401 il.
i Coitnge,
WANTED Small second hand sate.
Address 1'ratiiiu Mercantile Co., I'ra
I tu;n, Or.
FOR KKNT ti-room house, bam, chick
I en coop, 4 lots, city water. I'buno
! 2(141-11, owner.
: WANTKD An nhlo-bodied, energetic
! boy, about 111 years, lmpiiru at Capi
tal Drug Stoic.
luoiiKH, HARNESS. AND WAGON
' for sale. Horse weighs about I0.1D.
A Korb, 100.1 N. 1.1th.
FOK RENT Hmall three-room eottago
i in North tSulcm. Thone 419, Carey
F. Martin.
CIGAR STORE FOR SALE l'nying
business; price cheap. O. J., car
Jojimil.
LISTEN to the Nnookmii. ('mi you
hear I They all rendy cooked. Ered,.
night lunch.
SLEEPING ROOM FOR If ENTfi.OO
per month. Gentleman preferred.
I .1.11 North Church street.
FOR RENT -Two newly furnished
rooms, ground floor. 47M Ninth Cot.-
tnge. I'lioiip KI.10-.1, after 5 p. m.
1 1'OR KENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms near city hall. ;i;id North
Hih, phone 4,
M i I.T.l N Kl Y Trim in cd huts t nr tl.'i"
I to 2..10 at "The Maples," one blink
north Meyers store.
FOl'ND Gentleman 's purse. Owner
can identify ami obtain smiie at 212
North High street.
FOR RENT H room house, barn, chick
en park, 2 lots. 12!lii North Coinnitr
i eial, phone 2270-W,
Foil SALIC llrown Leghorn pulled,
71.' each. Inquire lit. the end of
south car line. Mrs. Win. Sawyer.
FOR RENT Hmall three-room cot
i tugo in suburbs. Address Hcbecci
V. Anderson, OH7 N. Front street.
SALEM CHIMNEY SWEEP Chilli
nevs, furnaces and stoves cleaned and
required. Established loon. I'hono 1'.).
FOR SALE One :i-pliuse 220, 2-horso-power
motor; fiistclass condition.
C. R. lluiuinwid, 200 North High.
I'h'ine 2IO!l.
FOR SALE II Y OWN FT! 1.1 acres fine
Iniiil; fcni'id and clear; rock road.
Il'irgain it' taken soon. I'hnue 121,
residence phone 02.
FOR RENT-Six rnoin house, modern,
12.10; 1-iooui house, -t7..10; puino fur
rent. I'hone 170. Call K1 South
'oiuincri-riiil,
A GOOD, STRONG HONEST HOY ol
20 wants work; must have something
to do immediately. I'hoiie 2:100, or
call room 207, Masonic Building.
FOR RENT Ono five-loom modem
bungalow nnd one four-room liouen
with city water. (1, W. Lal'lcr, 40(1
Iluliliiiid building.
AGENTS Sell guiiiantei'd hosiery; 10
per cent p relit; lunlie till daily. Ci
ders repent ngiiliirly; best agent's
seller ill existence, liiteruiitional
Mills, West Philadelphia, I'a.
WHY I'A Y iLUMiO OR t.l.loo fur a hum'ii
and Int. when you can get two acres,
well improM'il, for much less, on iur
liii", bv owner f ;I2(I North Liberty.
t'fflcicucy mid economy, No deputies.
(I'niM A.lvt.)
nor A Koene, II Ml (state utreet.
Flrt Bnptlnt Chnrrh Reilr r-
AW It, Uolcomh, tlie well known lvll'' '"''h morning and evening. Ilnp-
lnrk it 1h Hotel Mnrloii, leeurcd ""i" l evening nervlce. All welcome.
Ileonso to wnl llcssio Carter, of (hlsi o -
elty lust night. They were inarrleil Th Clurlrt K. Sunuldlng LegKlng!
Int night nua iminedintoly left fur rouipnny shut their mill down today for
rortliml. repairs, A Dew carriage arrived yei-i
o ter.lsv for the sawmill, which will be
rimt Bptlt Churt.'h-Retiular Mr- Installed during the lavoff. Tho ear
vice both morning ami evening. Idip-1 rlage Is of the latest ' Improved tvpe'
lism al evening service. All welcome, and is capable of buiidling the Increus- 1
ed output that may be possible later
when furthor lii'piovcni'Uits aro mn.io
' o the mill, Work will be resume I In
all departments nf Hn mill Monday.
I Btratford Mala Quartette, the first
number on the Students' Lyceum
i Course, will appear at the Grand Opera
house November 17. Hecnre season tick-
jets now.
In piano on and alter October .11 at
her studio, (IU.1 Ninth Liberty street,
'phono 111.11,
David Stelner returned lust night
from several month sojourn In the
Fast where ho has been visiting rela
tives nnd friends. Leaving Inst June
most or (line un been spent In Ohio.
noma Wotwash laundry Under
new management ; all work guaranteed;
wash days, Mondavi, Tuesdays, Wed
nesdaya and Fritliiyi. J'honu IM71.
Family washing, 60 e'enta.
Tot ial damaged wtieaK oat and
barley. 40(1 7 Hubbard bldg.
Trustee's aala (private) of the stock
of lumber, brick, tile and other build
ing materials, office furniture, etc., of
tho Balem Lumber Co., which has been
admitted to bankruptcy in the federal
courta for the dlstilct of Oregon and
in which I have been nppoliited trus
tee, will begin at o'clock Monday
morning, November 8, nnd will cor!
tluuo until said stock Is disposed of.
Hours of business II a. in. to 4 p. in,
dally, A. ,1. Henderson, trustee,
I Will's Music Btora and Commercial
Hook Store are selling tickets to Htn-i
:dents' Lyceum Course. Five numbers
for 2..10.
The. first meeting of tin Buslneaa
Men's Gymnasium club of the ralem
. M. ('. A, will be hebl Monday, No-
li cr I, ar o:.u, j uis win oe ine
I first rnlly of the blffbnll and volley
j ball artists of the local association nnd
tho champion will have an opportunity
to shake the kinks out of their limbs
i In the first light game of the season.
! After the game there will be n ban
quet and an election of offlcerg for the
I ensuing year. The opposing team for
' the first mouth wllj be, ihosen and the
; captains elected.
! O. M. Eppley, the frocer, la giving
HU-UV m uiiiiiil Wan. I ali.i It I I.ia H.l.
I vertisemi ut In today ' Journal,
Tlia great handball tournament be
tween the t en in representing the Snleuij
Y. M. (', A, mid that of the Albany as-i
sociatloti will be pulled off Thanksgiv
ing Day or about that Hum according
to the announcement of I'hyslciil Direc
tor Gingrich of the local association.
The teams will be made up of the ten
ehnmpldua of each association nnd tho
contests promise to be fust and furious.
The entire contest will lm pulled off
during tho afternoon and evening of
T no nay on which It occurs, I
The meetings at tht Baptist church
lire meeting with success. Services to-1
night of special interest; subject, ''The
Look Thai Haves." i
May Wing Tya Restaurant, 430 Ferry !
street, Everything new and clenn; new 1
nianageiuetit, The best of mm. He and i
chop siivy, Short orders at all hour. I
Bead tha frst piano offer In today's'
Journal, !
i ... Q ii
Jamea Orsdy who waa arrested by'
the Turner eilv mnrshnl yesterday and
brought here Cor safe keeping will he
held for 20 days on a vagrancy charge
while the officer are looking up the
sourca of the goods found III hit posse-1
slon. There wn a number of coats,
some new shoes, n dor.en pocket knives,
purses, pocket combs, glove and other
article which the officer bcliova were
stolen, goods, .
Tht meetings at tha Baptist church
are meeting with success, Service to
night of s ial interetj subject, "The
Look That Saves."
Holp your friend to get a fine piano.
Rend C. M. Eppley's edvertisement in
today 's Journal.
Rer. Albert J. Lticaa, Bupt. of the
City .Mission has returned to tho city
after spending several day in I'nrtland
visiting, ami investigating labor mat
ters, Mr. Luca consider the Labor
question a very serious problem to
solve at the present and predict very
hard time for the working man before,
winter i over,
Now la tha timt to nominal your
friend In the free piano contest started
by O. SI, Kppley. Rend his advertise
ment. Tina piano free, C. M. Eppley, the
grocer, tell about it In Ins advertise
mint this evening.
WANTED An elderly German lady,
yet capable of doing general house
work, desires n position with n Gtr
im'iii family. Address, .1. M., care of
Journal.
EXCHANGE Will trade good home
stcud relinquishment In best fruit sec
tion of southern Oregon lor suinll
property in Salem ami give or tnk
difference. Inquire of Square Di.il
Realty Co., 1'. M. Hank Budding,
WANTED State agent, exclusive, stnto
lijlils to reliable parties to appoint
county and city agent for the great
est automobile so let v device invented,
el'i.ooo a yi nr eas'ilv earned. Will
take :I100 t0 handle! Address 1', O,
Dux :i2, Han Diego, Calif.
1'OR 1'ALE Five-room modern hungru
low, two block from car line; built
in bookcases and sideboard) Dutch
kitchen with new steel range; flio
screen and andirons; large lot, wood
shed, chicken house and park, I'llco
l-loii; :I7.) cash, balance terms. Oil')
North Twenty-first street,
Foli HALE Rooming home, best lo
cation In Hnlem; take some trade.
ALy fine new bungalow, il rooms,
strictly modern, a genuine sunp) with
small payment down, One 4-room
cottngc, very cheap, on monthly pay
ments, Yo loan money on real es
tate. LnOiir llolinger, 400 Hub
bard Kuilding.
Votera, If yon want a man to ron
duct your affair In the offire nf coin
tr teenrder, vote M) X II. L. Clark.
(I'd. adv.)
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