Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 14, 1914, Page TEN, Image 10

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TIIE CAPITAL JOUBNAX, SALEM, OROEON, 8ATUKDAT, NOVEMBER 14, 10H.
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"MEET ME AT MEYERS
Salem Agents for Mendel-Drucker Trunks Lilly Suit Cases and Bags 'The Largest and Most
Complete Assortment of Traveling Accessories Special Orders Taken for Wardrobe and
Steamer Trunks, Hat, Skirt and Combination Trunks for Men or Women
A Remarkable Sale of Women's and Misses
Desirable Coats, Suits and Dresses
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GOOD AND SEKVICEABLE
COATS, SPECIAL AT $1.08
No rcuson why a person
should be without a Coot
Every one of these garments
lire worthy values and worth
murh mure tlmn the price indicates.
UNUSUAL COAT VALITKH,
EXTRA SPECIAL AT $7.Bt
An excellent assortment of.
splendid garments You'll bo
surprised at such splendid of
ferings. SPECIAL AT $7,8
BPLENDID COATS FOP.
WOMEN SPECIAL, 59.98
In thin . lot ore included
miiny stylish garments in the
wanted fabrics and colorings.
An inspection will reveal very
unusnul bargains. Their real
w rth has been ignored in this
sale.
SPECIAL AT $9.98
A Rousing Sale of Women's Stylish Suits Up to $38.50 Take
Your Pick of the Lot 'at $13.85
Another Big Lot Women's Modish Suits at Just One-half Price
Smart Suits Your Choice of a Big Rack at Less Than One-third
Sale of Women's and Misses Dresses Three -
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Big Assortments, $9.98, $12.78, 1 -2 Price
No woman should overlook this sale of desirable Dresses. The most wanted mod
els are shown in the popular fabrics and colorings. Regular prices and costs have
not been considered.
Sale of Women's Separate Skirts One lot up to $12.50 at $.1.98." Another lot up
to $17.50 at $5.00.
ATTRACTIVE SPECIALS
ON RIBBONS, GLOVES
AND NECKWEAR FOR
MONDAY, TUESDAY
AND WEDNESDAY
Popular 65c Roman Stripe
Ribbons, Special, Yard, 38c
Three-day Sale of Women's
Dainty Neckwear Fancy
Lace Collars at Half Price
An unusually splendid opportunity to
supply Neckwear needs or for holiday
giving. These lace eollurs in u nricty
of styles and patterns. You'll be well
jdeased with the assortment. R"gi,lur
lv priced at easy stages from $1.00 to
$.150 and up to tS.00.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
YOUR CHOICE AT HALF PRICE
A Hhree-day Sale of Wo
men's White Kid Gloves
Usual $1.50 Grade, Extra
Special at $1.19 Per Pair
Hero is a very unusual offering of
desirable white Britlund Cape Gloves.
A splendid, well mido hand covering,
and rur usual 41 1 .50 quality. Extra
special for Monday, Tuesday uud
Wednesday
1.10 A PAIR
MEYER'S SPECIAL SALE FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
Appealing Prices that Spell Economy for Careful Shoppers
In the DRESS GOODS Women's $2.50 Union Special Sale of Pretty A Comb and Brush Sale
SECTION for this week
A sale o!' desirable 'Jontiegs thai
will appeal to lovers of good-grade
fabrics, Kead these ovors
J2.00 ENdLISH TWEEDS, Ffl-IN..
EXTRA SPECIAL, $1.39 A YARD
$2.7(5 CHEVIOT COATIN08, M-IN.,
EXTRA BrilCIAL, $l.l'8 A YARD
$1,215 IMPORTED COATINGS, CO
IN.. EX. SPECIAL. H1 A YARD
$3.5(1 ROMAN STRIPE COATINGS,
W IK., SPECIAL, $2.11) A YARD
$P,.5(I Z1BP.LWE PLAIPS, RICH
COLORINOS, SPECIAL, 51.79 VTD.
92215 CHECKED SKIRTINGS, 01
IN,, EX, SPECIAL, $1.59 A YARD
An Inspection ol tl esu piece goods
bargains w ill reveal I lie unusual
values that me offered. The most
popular colorings arc represented lu
the assortments.
Suits Special, Monday,
Tuesday, Wedncs., SI. 69
A splendid silk and
wool mixed Union Suit
for women splendid fit
ting, serviceable garment,
no sleeves, ankle length
A worthy garment that
sells in the regular way
at $2.50. Special attrac
tion for three days, com
mencing Monday
$1.09 A GARMENT
Dress Ginghams Our of Special Importance
12"c Grade Special for Monday, Tuesday and
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Women's
Wednesday, 9c Per Yard 25c Comb and 50c Hair
Splendid fabric for wo
men's wrappers, house
dresses, aprons or child
ren's wear plain colors,
checks and plaid effects in
light, medium and dark
colors 27 inches wide
and a most unusual value
9c A YARD
Brush, Sale, Both for 59c
Here's an offering that should
appeal to all who need such articles
or splendid . for an inexpensive
,?ift. A good hard-rulibei' Comb,
fine and coarse teeth regular 25c
grade', in black or shell. The Brushes
are very worthy white bristles, ce
mented and pinioned inr-n solid
wood backs of several different
styles in ebony and rosewood fin--Mies.
75c for the two regularly.
Special
BOTH TOE 59c
Wednesday Surprise Sale of Pure,
Sanitary Wool Balls, Ex. Spe., $1.98
A good wool padded Comfort is a
most desirable covering and would
make a splendid gift article. Here's
a sale of wool batts for next Wednes
day that should appeal strongly to
women made from Oregon grown
fleece wool in one big sheet, weight
two pounds a most unusual value
at this low price. .Sale on second
floor.
$1.98 EACH
Sale starts at S::!0. No phone or
ders. See window display.
Wednesday Surprise A Sale of Wo
men's Black Petticoats Extra Spc
cial for This Sale at Only 98c Each
These Petticoats are well made in
good styles of extra quality cotton
taffeta and sateens several pretty
ruffle styles, and a most important
feature is the adjustable top, with
which most of them are fitted. This
is a splendid offering and will no
doubt create special interest among
Salem women. Sale takes place in
ready-to-wear section.
98c EACH
Sale starts at 8:I!0. No phone or
ders taken. See window display.
Boys' $1.65 Jersey Sweat
ersSpecial for Monday,
Tuesday, Wednes., $1.19
Huy the boy it "Sweater just the
garment for out of doors splendid
for s-hoc'l or general wear. May be
had in erimi-on, Oxford gray or
navy blue. A well made, serviceable
Sweater that will please nay hoy
and prevent the contraction of dan
gerous colds. A good I.H5 grade,
special for three days
$1.19 EACH
ens
Special Sale Prices on
Desirable Table Linens,
Napkins, Fancy Pieces
November is linen
buying time and Meyers
is the place to purchase
the most desirable
grades of fine linens.
The special prices which
now prevail on our high-grade stock offer splendid
chances to replenish the linen supply or for the buying
of holiday giving. Linens make most acceptable gifts.
Our assortments are imported from the great linen cen
ters of Europe.
We suggest that you visit this department and say
linens to the nearest clerk. A splendid array will be
spread before you, and the present prices are doubly attractive.
Over 34 Years of
Successful Merchandising
in Salem
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
M. XiOOODlOOODS fclV
Mail and Telephone Orders
Receive Prompt
and Careful Attention
Telephone, Main 11 or 241
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BRITISH DEEADNAUGHT
AUDACIOUS IS SUNK
New York, Nov. 14 The New
York Kvening Post this after
noon printed a story, which, it
declared, confirmed reports of
sinking of the Ilritish diead
naugiit Audacious in the North
seu. The vessel was mined, the
1'ost story said, on October 27.
The Post's information was
based on mail advices waived
today from the north of Ireland.
A mine or torpedo, it was said,
disabled the Audacious aail the
steamship Olympic rescued ev
ery member ot its crew of XO0
except one or two. The rescues
wero said to have been effected
in a rough sea.
Jf tho Post story is true it
means that the Hritish admiral
ty hns suppressed the facts in
tho case.
NEW TODAY
SALEM CHIMNEY SWEEP. Phone 18.
WANTED TO HUY Oat and vetch or
clover hay. Phone 47-F-lU.
LOST Gold nugget pin ("V" shape. J
Howard it left at Journal,ifice.
FOR SALE Pekin and white Indian
runner ducks. Phono 503-J.
TWO vacant lots to trade for a house,
and lot. Phone 357(1 W.
OLD PAPERS for carpets; 10 cents
per hundred. Journal office.
FOR SALE Young fresh cow, witk
calf. 0.3U North Twenty-first.
FOR RENT 4-room modern house, 230
South Fourteenth stroot.
PANAMA CANAL CLOSED.
j Panama, Nov. 14. Navigation lu the
I Panama cnnul was again stopped today,
I another upiitenvnl at the bottom of
Culebru cut on tho east bank occurring
late yesterday. Traffic will not bo
resinned until the cut is entirely cleared.
A man is always expecting his
friends to do for him what they expect
hire to do for them.
WANTED By experienced dressmaker,
sewing by the day. Phone 80-F-2.
THE HOME of "Hot" Chiekon
Tumules is Fred's Night Lunch.
FOR SALE Dry second-growth fir
wood, 4 per cord. Phone 224!).
FOB SALE Flnndcrs roadster auto.
Address O. P. tliven, Turuei, Ore.
PIANO
and
COFFEE
You don't often see them together.
Hut Eppley, the East Salem grocer,
has found a wny of mixing them that
is exciting wnli'spieiiil interest.
Ho makes a specialty of high grade
coffees blended according to his own
tried anil proved formula,
H is roasted daily ami sent out direct
to the customer with nil the richness
that Nature intended it to have.
The coffee is so good that Mr. Eppley
cannot, afford to give It away.
In order to advertise it to all the
newcomers in Snlopi and vicinity, he is
going to
Give Away a
Piano
Therefore, he is enclosing with ouch
pound package of his coffee a M cer
tificate which is to apply in the con
test for this fine piano.
It is not a gnino of chance.
Eppley's Daily Roasted
Coffee
'nines in Five Hpeciul lllcnds and Is
sold by the pound at
25c
30c
35c
40c
45c
Older a package.
Drink Pure Coffee
And get a Piano for your own home
or for your friend.
C. M. Eppley
Grocer
NINETEENTH AND STATE
Phone 03
FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms
for housekeeping, inquire at 41)1 N.
Cottage.
CHOICE UOAT MEAT For sulo t
the soap works, cheap. 12:10 Ferry.
Phone (5S3.
WANTED Work of any kind to pay
for board and room. Address W. !.,
cure Journal.
FOR THADE House nnd lot in Foil-,
land for Salem propcrtv. Phono
1570-W.
Edit .SALE One rubber-tired top bug- -4
gy lit 450 South Commercial street,
Spnulding's burn.
FOH SALIC Our fine huge Jersey-Diir-Iiiiiii
cow, six years old, heavy milker,
with calf week old. 351 Ncirlh 21 d.
FOR HUNT Small three room cot
tage in suburbs. Address Kebecia
II. Anderson, Os.7 N. Front street.
SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT $5.00
per month. (ientlemun preferred.
581 North. Church street.
I. (1ST cine elk's tooth; green in coloi.
Liberal reward for return to 31)0 '
State ttrei't, Snlem, Oregon.
FARM FOU RENT (lood 5-room bun
galow and ten acres of improved
In i 1 at Albany. 15 per month. In
quire nt :i:iU North High, .Mrs. Ilooli
lidge, Salem.
FOU SALE Or trade for good cow, a
surrey, Hourly new, undercut, canopy
top, holds four. Call Center Stroot
Jla ni.
Fill! KENT Twenty seven acre rain k
with good farm tbuililiugs, five miles
on!; cash rent. W, A. List on, agl.,
INI Court street.
II 1' It it A N K polntocs, good cookers, liOc
per bushel; also good I liiil-lb, iuu-'ie
to trade for driver. I'lione Monday,
II. E. Voorheis, 25U0 .1:1.
WE HAVE grain nml vetch iuiy tor
sale at the ranch or delivered where
required, (leorge Swegle, (inrdin
b'oad.
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WANTED Ity lady with two children,
woik in store or office. Must have
work soon, Address .1. D,, cure Jour
nal. All EN'I'S Sell guaranteed hosiery; 10
per cent profit; luuke -fill iluily. Ci
ders repeat regularly) best agent 's
seller in existence. I uterniitioiinl
.Mills, West 1'hiludclphia, I'a
NOTICE. HOUSEMEN We hnvn a
method for relieving buneness; guar
antee cure of navicular trouble. Fair
Uioninls Shops. J. C. Seniles, Mgr.
FOR RENT Oao fivoroom modem
biingulow nnd one four room hou io
with elty wnter. 0. W, Luflcr, 400
Huhbnrd building.
FOR SALE 30 acres, near Eugene, of
garden land; good buildings. On i'a
eifie highway. Terms to suit nt 0
per cent. J. 11. linker. Junction City,
Oregon.
I'OU SALE 20 acres 3 miles from
Hindi's bnnk, all in cultivation; fail
lv good house and barn. Will take
a house nnd lot In Salem as pint
payment. Inquire for John Simon,
West Snlem, or phone 2I5I-W.
FOIt SALE Complete garage repair
shop equipment belonging to lain
Robert Alulzke, State street, between
Coinmerciul nnd Front. All mnehlnci
tools, etc,, new nml latest design.
Address E. F. Drown, Independence.
CITY NEWS
James Grady, who was picked up by
the My innrshiil of Turner sod brought
to this elty some time ago as a suspect
for storo robbery, was released today
from the rouuty jail lifter serving a
Ill-day sentence for vngiancy. (Iiadv
had over a doreu new knives, half a
ilosen rasors, mine purses ami s num
ber ol other nillelea, all new, ami the
tiff terra thought ho had robbed a store
to secure them, The goods could not
be identified, however, nod Oindy win
permitted to have town.
Strictly residsnr parlors. Only lady
nsitnnt and embuliiier lu the city lit
the Cottage t'lideitiiMng parlors. Phone
72 1.
Tht entrant's to tin Toggery was
Jimmied full of men this morning at
:'.W when the store opened, many of
wiioiii hint lieen lu line since an early
hour. Tiie occasion was the giving
away of tickets to the first 50 men to
enter the store, ench ticket was good
for credit on a purchase, and the most
valuable one would entitle the holder
to iiuy suit In the store for t'i, Perry
Welsh was the lucky mini, and received
his choice of the men's suits In the
store lor a fl bill.
Kelly nlso cleaned up some other small
matter while his court was in session)
after the nutuialiratioii cases were dis
posed of yesterday nfternoou. All or
der for lion-suit was onintiMl In the iii.ii!
of tl. T. Nichols against the Everfresli
company, Limited, of Caundn, The suit i
of the Mishawaka Woolen company
against William Esch, as sheriff, nus
.dismissed, M. D, McAllister was given
a default judgment agnlust E. F, lluell
and Fuiiiia lluell for tin on a proiuis-i
sory note ami t2,"i for attorney s fees. !
make the trip about 25 strong, and the
Salem contingent will occupy s special
ly chartered car for the ,oirnev over
the Soot hem Pacific lines. The local
lodge of K. of C. will Initiate a class
of 20 new members upon the occasion
aid. In from tiie class of 00 that Is to be
luiti.itcd in connection with the general
ceremonies of the convention. The day's
festivities will close with a bg ban
quet In the evening,
A default Judgment In ths sum of
33, with 420 as attorney fees, was rcn-
Idered yesterday agniiist tlraee Thomas
I In favor of the Snlem hospital, Judge
About 50 knights and Utiles of the lo
cal lodge of toe Knights of Columbus
will go to Mt. Angel to participate In
the big celebration of that order, which
takes place tomorrow, The local order
of the Daughters of Isabella, an mix
illlniy of the K, of C. order, will afso
Ed J. Canatsey has purchased tht
former resldcscc of Dr. Shaw at 000
Center street end will occupy the house
sometime during this month. This Is
very rlne pice of property and sit'
imtcd in a choice residential sect inn uf
the city, The consideration win 41500.
Tits 3. A. Oooper realdoncs on North
' Church street, with lot 05 by 100 feet,
was sold by auction this afternoon at
2:10, State Forester V. A. Elliott beimi
the purchaser, It brought 4-1343,
PERSONALS
i
I E. W. Haines, a prominent banker of
I Hilbhoro, woo wa president of the
stnte seonte during the session of I0O7,
was lu Hulcm today looking up some
business matters and renewing ac-
i ipialutueccs at the state house.
i Elgin Cole, formerly a reddent ef
this city, hn returned to Jefferson for
a visit with his father, who Is ill.
I Prcseott Siinonton, a former Snlem
resident, hns returned to this eltv from
Southern California to make his home
iheie.
Our Best j
Advertisements
are not written THEY
ARE WORN. Ask any of
our many satisfied patrons
and be convinced. Then
come here for eyeglass com
,Miss A. McCulloch
j .Optometrist )
,209-210 HjbbarJ Bldtj. rhonc 109
For TIIADE A good brick buslne.m
block In Eugene, Ore.; good Income
property. Will trade fur good farm
la id In the Willamette valley. Will
pay you to look this up, Addrem
P. O. Ilox 2HI, Eugene, Ore,
DIED.
IIEI'I(KN - U the family home, ii
miles eut of Siilnm, Oregon, Friday,
N iveniber 13, lull, nt II n 'elude p.
m, l,cl Ileum, von of Mr. uud Mi l.
D. A. Ilerrcn, nged 27 years, of l'i
h. rruloMs,
llesblcs the parents the deceased l
survived by one brother and lour sin
ters. I'lioeial services will lie conduct
ed a' the farm home at I o'clock tomor
inw afternoon and Interment will be
In Ihe Mneleay cemetery,
A gossipy woman is bad enough, but
when n gossipy man enters the gaino
It 's us for the tell timber.
The company of n helova good fel
low is very ngreeuble, but as a rule It
is not safe to lend him money.
An eminent New York divine thinks
it ! a rcf.irn to i.1,.iv Unit Is lei
selling the use of low necked gow on,
but n nybe it 'a moles,
Special New Korean
City Restaurant
Spanish Chicken, Hot TamslM. Chill
Con Came, Chop Susy Noodle .
420 Ferry Utreet
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