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THE SALEM CAPIT AL J0U8MAL. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914.
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"All $ 7.50 Mackinaws cut to. : . . ; .$5,95
All $ ,8.50 Mackinaws cut to '. ; . . '. . . .'. . . $6.95
All $10.00 Mackinaws cut to .$7.95
All $12.00 Mackinaws cut to. . . . , . . .". . $9.45
YOUR CHOICE OF ANY "TOGGERY" $3.00 HAT
All $4.00 Hats cut to .$2.65
All $5.00 Hats cut to $3.95
GENUINE 50c "PRESIDENT" SUSPENDERS
SELECT ANY PAIR OF FLORSHEIM SHOES AND
DEDUCT ONE DOLLAR FROM THE
$3.00 UNION SUITS CUT TO
Off This Store
Must bcthcscllingjout of the present enor
mous stock; all gopds bearing the "Tog
gery" label must be sold at once. Satur
day's big selling made but a small im
pression on this big assortment.
Such high class clothing, hats and furnishings
arc seldom offered at the prices for which we are
closing out this stock. All reduction in prices are
guaranteed absolutely genuine, and any purchase
that may prove to be unsatisfactory upon home ex
amination, will be as cheerfully exchanged as if the
regular price had been in force.
15c Hose Cut to 9c
10c White Handker
Lot 50c Ties Cut to 29c
Ladies' $3 Auto Gauntlets
Cut to $1.98
MEN'S SUITS ;
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S SUITS ARE GROUP
ED FOR THIS GREAT SALE INTO FIVE LOTS.
Lot 1 Men's $15.00 Suits cut to ............$ 9.95
Lot 2 Men's $15.00 to $18.00 Suits cut to ..$12.95
Lot 3 Men's $18.00 to $20.00 Suits cut to $14.95
Lot 4 Men's $25.00 Suits cut to. .............. . ; .$18.95
Lot 5 Men's $30.00 to $35.00 Suits cut to . . ..$21.95
$2.00 AND $1.50 SHORT GLOVES CUT TO
$5.00, $1.00 AND $3.50 FRENCH FLANNEL SHIRTS
$3.00 BROWN STIFF HATS CUT TO
$1.50 FANCY SHIRTS CUT TO
$2.50 and $2.00 Shirts cut to. $1.39
$1.25 Shirts cut to $ .83
and get Your Share of the great
ains we are offering
167 N. Commercial St.
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167 N. Commercial St.
Social and Personal Notes
By Mollie Runcorn
as a surprise to ninny here. Thd briiln
iiuH been a popular clerk nt tlio Hpa
nnd her .liiiHlinnil ia with the Under
wood Typewriter company, of Portland,
where they will mnlio their home,
At the regular meeting of the
Thauith iiml Work club Inst Thursday
. afternoon, at the resilience of Mrs.
.Mary Newton, on North Cottngo street,
la mournm of current event wus in-
'A genuine treat In the mimical line meeting of their order. Theme present lauguintod, with Mrs. W. F. Fargo as
awuits tiionc who nttond tho sacred enn-i were: Mm. M. 0. Pcttys, Mrs. 11. A. 1 loader, A vote of thanks was taken
tata, "Faith Triunpiiunt, " or "The (irunt, Mrs. Krnest Anderson, Mrs. Wal-: for the street committee's prompt sc.
Healing of Naaman, which will be giv- tor Persons, Mrs. Hlusser, .Mrs, C. I., tiiiu in regard to furnishing street sign
vn Wednesday and Thursday evenings I'nrmenter, Mrs. Hchott, Mrs. liuiiii, posts for the northern part of the city.
in the First Christian church, miner me
direction of Dr. 11. ('. Kpley. Final re
hearsal was held Inst night, when the
characters donned full ilress and went
further than that he lemenilierod noth
ing. He does not remember having
drnwn his money from the bunk, but
his father discovered this fact uron In
vestigation. Neither docs he remember what be
come of the money, his only rceollec- directly to Halnm nnd the son will bo; Negroes In Dnkor having rinsed 70i
tion being very faint regarding tho1 discharged today nnd go back homo1 toward building a church, have secured
..... - . ... .... . i... -i i ........ i options on several sites in tho resldi-mui
inning or a lew minus wun sirnngcrs. w,tn his Hither. 1 .. , ,. , , .
He knows nothing of how lie came to - (district,, winch they .ay they will
bo In Astoria. Upon beinir notified of, Tho woman who tells it oil seldom, " sell or trade" for another site. They
his whereabouts his father canioj claims to know It all.
I will probably get n site froe.
Miss Hanoi Price.
A Inrge number enjoyed the program
gfven in tlio lodge rooms tho same night
on the ocension of tho rcinilur social!
through the complete cantata, with the 'night. Following is the program given:
orchestra accompaniment. Everything
was glvon exactly as it will bo present
ed publicly later. Colored electric
lights will alternate, in knleidnscop ef
fect, malting each setting of unusual
beauty. Tho musical scores are excep
tionally attractive, anil the leading
I'arts and choruses are handled by
many of Salem ' best-nown vocalists.
The affair is given ns a choir benefit,
and promises to be entirely successful,
I'inam ially as well as artistically.
At the meeting of tho Halcm Wo
man 'a Club Saturday atternoon in the
uubllc library, a motion was mndo to
ltecitatlon Mildred Huun
Vocal solo Inez Dciinison
Duet violin and piano
Until Feck and (luy Alvin
Vocal duet Tho Misses Hays
Instrumental Mr, Isiicrwoml
Vocnl solo Alice linker,
Reading Ivnn Martin
Duet Violin and I'lano
Joy Tinner and Marian Kininons
Vocal solo i Hubert Cnnk
A biiuipict was served later, rounding
out flu enjoyable evening.
ft w ft
In her latest letter to relatives In
Salem Mrs, Tliomns lloluinn (Viola
make application to tho state board for! Vercler) states that she and her hos
tile next Htnte Federation meeting to band may return shortly, Iloth nave
be held here in lit i .. Although the de
vision will rest between a number of
cities, Halcm women are optimistic and
it. is veiiernllv considered not unlikely
that Hulein will be the onn designated.
No set time Is given for the meeting of
this board, the date being optional with
tho slate president, Mrs. Harah Ann F.v
Inns, lleioliitions of tho Federation
dolegatea were read, completing tho pro
ram. (.'lassos of art and ilinina aro
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i.-vit I'lnjiiip, w u .Bif... mwi' im m . ..II II
Han Francisco ami liavo been away fori""1 "erniu.
Hume time. Their home coming would i
occa-dun much pleasure in musical clr
cles, where they weie both very popu
Gail 8. Hill, prosecuting attorney for
1,1 n n county, is in Nulcm on business of
a legnl nntiiro.
Oovernorelect .lames Wlthycombe Is
a visitor at the state cnpitol and shak
ing hniuls with friends and political
suii;iorters. He Is stopping at the Mar
('has, A. Murphy, engineer lit the
eastern Oregon branch insane asylum,
ut Pendleton, and Mrs. Murphy arc In
the city for a brief vsit with friends
Mis. T. K. Barnard and son of fn
le.m aro In the elt.y visiting Mr. Bar
nard, who is engaged on the interior
work of tho new federal building. Al-
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The Dick Tom home was ablaro with
many lights Inst night, the occasion be
ing a reception In honor of Mrs. Cyn-
t;iin hmilun nf Mnlcitl. who hisiilicted
meeting in regular weekly sessions, tiie,t)0 v,,Bt(dnv. A short program
next meeting of general Importnnce be-1 w. ,-llllprV,, Mrs. .). H. 1( nn sang an
Ing December 12, when William (.. In- oll, ,'M,iinucd song which received much
ley, stnte gnme warden, will lecture on nl 111H0 M rs. Diinlnp made a mnt
birds. Tho club has nnined a roHtr ,.l,(,t-1t nill witV address. The clos-
rommlttec, but no definite line ot wora . u ith y0
has been taken up, the members await
ing die plans of the Social Hervicc Cen
ter. Mrs. I., E. tlcaii and sons, John and
Alexander, of Kugene, were entertained
as week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
The residents of the Richmond school
district will meet In their school build
ing tonight to perfect the organaation
if a parent-teachers' association. The
meeting will open at 7:30 o'clock, and
II members are requested to be )ires
ent. The meeting last week was mere
ly a social gathering to learn tho posi
tion of the school patrons concerning
auch an undertaking.
itr, Bylvla Hchaupp, 1I1 Market
itreet, entertained tho women of the
Hoysl Neighbors Thursday afternoon at
her home. The time was spent Infor
mally, and a late luncheon served by
the hostess, assisted hy her dsiiRhter,
Miss Fern Hchaupp, following which all
made up a party attending the opes
heartily siini' by the crowd. Mrs. Diin
lnp leaves today for Kugene, where she
will inspect their enips tonight. Dur
ing her stay In this city she has been
the guet nf Mrs. Prudence Chipiuan.
Mrs, llnllio Parrlsh Hinges hns been
asked by the members of the F.Iks'
lodge of Albany to sing at their annual
memorial services, which will take place
December fl. Mrs. Ilingr selections
will be "Ave Marie," by Millard: "),
Drv Those Tears," and "Only Trust
ing." Miss lleatrlee riholtnn will be
ber piano accompanist, and Mrs. Hinges
will also have tiie assistance of a vio
The marriage nf Miss Lena Waldes-
IN ASYLUM HERE
After being In mental darkness for
more than seven weeks and an Inmate!
of the Oregon limine asylum for tho:
grenter part of that time, Henry
Urlcsliach, Jr., son of a wealthy and
prominent stockman of Montana, has
regained his memory to the extent of .
knowing who ho ia and that he took a
few drinks with some strangers but hoi
does not remember of having drawn!
2,.ru0 from the imperial bank of Cal
gary, Canada, about two months ngo,
nor what happened to him. It is pre
sumed that ho was drugged and robbeil
of the money shortly after drawing It
and while in a bewildered state of
mind. His faflier, Henry (Irlesbnch,
Nr., of Fort Denton, Montana, l In the
city and will Hike his son home this
About two months ago young Orles
back drew 2,i0 from the Calgary
bank nf Canada and disappeared and
his whereabouts were unknown until
about seven weeks ago when ho was
found on the bank of the river at
Astoria, nearly dend, and with his body
Ivlng half submerged In the water
pel to Harold Johns ot Portland ws j Wh(,n he wn, rf.i,.fiited his mind was
o Vine a
celebrated lest night at 8
at the II. (1. Carl residence.
Hev. Hen. Welgle, pastor nf the Her
man Methodist church, performed the
ceremony. Although formerly attend
lug si lino! together nnd being friends
for manv years, their marriage came
found to lie a blnnk and he Imagined
that he was being pursued by devils.
He was committed to the Insane asylum
and did not begin to recover his senses
until about two weeks ago when he was
able to tell Huperlntendent Kleiner the
name and address of his father but
Or "Healing of Naaman"
SACRED CANTATA IN COSTUME
"The sweetest music I ever listened to. I can't ex
press my feelings." Lady visitor at dress rehearsal last
Heart-reaching melody. First depicting the sorrow
ful hopelessness of a leper, then the triumphant shouts of
a healed man, rejoicing in the restoration of perfect
Tickets at the book stores. 100 reserved seats, 50c.
General admission, 25c; children 15c.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS AT 7:30