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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OROEOK, TUE8DAY, KOVEMBEB 17, 1914.
Men's and Young Men's
Overcoats Up to $25.00
Special Clearance $7 J0 each
We have a few Overcoats left that
we must dispose of every one a
worthy cont, and at thin low price no
man should be without one. Good fab
rics, well tailored. You men or young
men of 17 yearn or over should seo
these offering!! if you're interested in
Come and tttko your pick
MEYERS HIGH-GRADE FOOTWEAR
are Shoes of the best sort at moderate prices. YouH find just the right kind
here, the best styles Shoes that will give comfort and that will surely wear
a longer time than most Shoes do. We sell what is good, and we ask you to
VUI tlx uci c 1U1 VV. o ucvaucv i-iiv. j iuv
price that sells our Shoes, for Shoes can be made to
sell at any price. It's goodness, merit, worth and
value that sells them. , '
Pingree Shoes for Women Nettleton and Thompson Bros. Shoes
for MenPla-mate Shoes for the Little Folks
TOMORROW THE LAST DAY OF THESE SPECIAL SALES
Appealing Prices that Spell Economy for Careful Shoppers
Women's $2.50 Union Special Sale of Pretty A Comb and Brush Sale
Suits Tomorrow, the Dress Ginghams Our
Last Day $1.69 Each
12'c- Grade Special for
Tomorrow, the Last Day,
A splendid silk and at the Price of 9c a Yard
wool mixed Union Suit c , ,., - , . .
for women-splendid fit- SP,lendld fabnc fo wo"
ting, serviceable garment, men 8 wrappers, house
no sleeves, ankle length- dre?ses aprons or chld
A worthy garment that rins, wear-plain co ors,
sells in the regular way y e"s "
at mm Rnpnrai ntfrar.. lt, medium and dark
colors 27 inches wide
and a most unusual value
9c A YARD
at $2.50. Special attrac
tion for tomorrow, tho
$1.6:) A GARMENT
In the DRESS GOODS
SECTION for this week
A mile of desirable Coatings thnt
will uppcnl to lovers of good-grado
fabrics. Head tlieso over:
$2.00 ENGLISH TWEEDS, Pfl-IN..
EXTRA SPECIAL, $1.39 A YARD
$2.75 CHEVIOT COATINGS, fiU-IN.,
EXTBA SPECIAL, $l.f'8 A YARD
M.2B IMPORTED COATINGS, 66
IN., EX. SPECIAL, 8f)c A YARD
$3.50 ROMAN STRIPE COATINGS,
CO IN., SPECIAL, $2.40 A YARD
$2.50 ZIBELINE PLAirS, RICH
COLORINGS, SPECIAL, $1.73 YD.
$2.25 CHECKED BKIRTINGS, 01
IN,, EX. SPECIAL, $1.59 A YARD
An Inspection of tloso piece goods
bargains will reveal the unusual
values that nro offered. Tim most
populur colorings are represented io
of Special Importance
Tomorrow, the Last Day,
Women's 25c Comb and
50c Hair Brush, Both, 59c
Here's an offering that should
appeal to all who need such artieles
or splendid for an inexpensive
gift. A good hard-rubber Comb,
fine and coarse teeth regular 25e
grade, in black or shell. The Brushes
are very worthy white bristles, ce
mented and pinioned into solid
wood backs of several different
styles in ebony and rosewood fin
ishes. 75c for the two regularly,
BOTH TOR 59c
Boys' $1.65 Jersey Sweat- ATTRACTIVE SPECIALS
m 0N RIBBONS, GLOVES
ers - Special for Tomor-ANp NECKWEAR F0R
row, the Last Day, $1.19 TOMORROW, THE LAST
DAY of THESE SPECIALS
Buy the boy a Sweater just the
garment for out of doors-splendid p 65c Roman Stripe
for sihool or general wear. May be
had in crimson, Oxford gray or Rjfobons, Special, Yard, 38c
navy blue. A well made, serviceable
Swcntor that will please any boy
and prevent the contraction of dun- Special Sale Of Women's
gerous colds. A good $1.05 grade,
special for three days
THE SUNNY SIDE OF TROUBLE.
"Turn on the dark"; "Turn on the
dark!'' cried the feverish sick lad in
his brilliantly-lighted chamber, his head
splitting with pain, l'erhnps if we were
as sensitive to the needs of our moral
and spiritual nature as this boy was
to the ailments ot his body, we too
would welcome trouble and pain as
! much as he welcomed the dark. These
jwere the elpsing words of Hev. Carl
fI. Elliott in his sermon Sunday night in
:the Presbyterian church on tho second
and third verses of the first chapter of
the Letter of .lames. The minister was
showing that trouble tests faith, turns
the ihoughts to serious subjecs, matters
that are of permanent value, and tie
ivelopes unknown and perhaps uusns
! pected powers.
LOADING AT PORTLAND.
I Portland, Ore., Nov. 17. The loud
. ing of two vessels for Europe with cer
eals valued at ?32l,000 was completed
here today. The British steamship
jOristneo is laden ith MOO tons in
louts and 120,933 bushels of wheat, ami
the Russian bark Thomasinn with VS.
000 bushels of wheat. Both vessels ure
clearing for Queenstunn or Falmouth
.REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Dainty 'Neckwear Fancy
Lace Collars at Half Price
Tomorrow's Spcl. Events-Our No. 717 Wednesday Surprise Sale
Wednesday Surprise Sale of Pure, Wednesday Surprise A Sale of Wo
Sanitary Wool Batts, Ex. Spe., $1.98 men's Black Petticoats Extra Spe-
A good wool padded Comfort is a rial for This Sale at Only 98c Each
most desirable covering and would Thege Petticoats are weihnade in
make a splendid gift article. Here s d gt leg of extra quality cotton
a sale of wool batts for tomorrow taffeta and sateens-several prettv
that should appeal strongly to ruffle gt , and a most important
women-made from Oregon grown feature is the adjustable top, with
fleece wool in one big sheet, weight which most of them are fitte(L This
two pounds-a most unusual value ig a spien(1id offering and will no
at this low price. Sale on second doubt create special interest among
floor. Salem women. Sale takes place in
$1.98 EACH ready-to-wear section. 98c EACH
Sale starts at 8:30. No phone or- Sale starts at 8::i0. No' phone or
ders. See window display. ders taken. See window display.
An unusually splendid opportunity to
supply Neckwear needs or for holiday
giving. These lnce collurs in a nriety
of styles and patterns. You'll be ell
pleased with the assortment. Regular
ly priced at easy stages from $1.00 to
$3.50 and up to fS.00.
Tomorrow, the lost duy
YOUR CHOICE AT HALF PRICE
A Three-day Sale of Wo
men's White Kid Gloves
Usual $1.50 Grade, Extra
Special at $1.19 Per Pair
Here is a very unusual offering of
desirublo white Kri t In ml Cape Gloves.
A splcadid, w ell made hand covering,
and our usual $1.50 quality. Extra
special tomorrow, the last duy
$1.19 A PAIR
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Over 34 Years of Successful
Merchandising in Salem
Mail and Telephone Orders Receive
Prompt and Careful Attention
Telephone, Main 11 and 241
Jos Bochsler to E Bochsler et al, 100
acres, See, 35, T 5 S, R 1 W. $10,000,
U VV Erretl et ux to J II Sc ott, one
half interest 40.S7 acres, T 8 S, H 3 W.
G O Savage et ux to J H Scott,
23.01 acres, T 7 S, R 2 ami 3 W. $10.
R G Linn to Lumbermen's Trust Co.,
lots 4 and 3, Eleniendorf Acres. $2500.
Mirion Investment Co to Lumber
men's Trust Co., lots 4 and 5, Elinoii
dorf Acres. $23(10.
Quit Claim Deeds.
H A Mevor et al to A L Moherg et
vir, 1 acre, (see 17, T 4 8, H 1 W. $10.
H A -Meyer et al to S P Moberg et
ux, 2 acres, Sec 17, T 4 S, K 1 W. $10.
All Around Town
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Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glasses correctly. V, 8. bunk bldg.
Stratford Quartet Grand opera house,
Dnko IIliHolioorg la In the hospital
wrestling with an unusuuily severe at
tack of grip. Dr. I luy is supplying the
Abates polished and mounted. Gard
ner & Kecne, HMO State street.
Mrs. C, E. Rolnhart, who baa been
in the Knlcm hospital tor some time,
following an operation, was liilieu to
her lininc Sunday morning, being well
on the mud to rocovciy,
Home Wot Wash Laundry Under
new iiiniingcnicut ; all work guaranteed;
Wash days, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wed
nesday ii ml Fridays, I'hiino 2171.
Family washing, lit) cents.
. Stratford Quartet Grand opera house
J. W. Clnmuerlnln, of Nolmma, who
wns operated on nt the Salem hospital
last week, has recovered sufficiently to
be moved, and Is now nt the lionie (it
his brother on South Thirteenth si reel.
Oo to Dr. Stoue'i ror trusses.
Watch for tin full page announce,
meat of the sale of the .lacnb Vogt
Wioe company In tomorrow's journal.
The ftore has been closed by the sheriff.
A suit to quiet title waa brought In
the circuit court this looming bv Kiln
Mayer against (luv Simmons and 10
iither defendant. The laud in ipiestlun
consists of nliout in acres In this county.
To the rotors who have not registered
this year at the city hall: You will
bare till Saturday, 11 o 'clock p. m., No
vember 21st, to register for the ensuing
election held I'eeeinlier 7th III the ver
ions wards nf the city. Do not put off
registering, but register now.
The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid society
will give I chicken pie supper In the
church parlors Friday evening, Novem
ber iO, from (1:30 toH. Price 33 cents
A number of small articles will be on
Carl Tandrup, formerly proprietor of
tho Capitol confectionery on East State
strc"t, which was recently destroyed
by fire, has moved to Monmouth,
where he will conduct the Monmouth
hotel, which he recently bought IVom
(I. A. Cooper.
fc'tiatford Quartet Grand opera home
Licenses have been issued at the coun
ty clerk's office for the marriages of
Humid I-). John of Oak drove und Lena
A. Wnlilespel, of this city; Hoy Austin
lliovlcs, of Woodhurn, and Helen lingo
nnw, of (lervais; Kdwai-d .1. Area, nud
hda V. .Meeker, both of Salem,
The Spa has a large and complote line
of l'l.uulsgi iag lii vors; all si.cs and
prices. Hoe our windows.
The county warranta in the gonernl
fund have been mailed by Hie county
clerk for the month of October. The
tot ! of the month whs $I2,HKI,37, which
was an Increase over last month's to
tal or $70IIS.04 due to nearly $30UI,
which was spent on the general elec
tion in this county.
Tomorrow's Journal will contain a
full page announcement concerning the ,
sherilf ' sale of the stock of the Jacob
Vogt shoo store,
"Oil, dear," alghed the little slx-
veai- old daughter of one of t'.ie inein-'
hers uf the Salem Hchool board, as she
settled down to dinner upon the even
ing of her first day of school, "I wish
school would last till tl o'clock every
day." Humph!" grunted her older
brother, In bis eighth yenf of school
experience, as he gnve her a sidelong
glume of pitying room, "you'll got
over that alter awhile."
Protracted meeting all this week
Church uf Christ, "1.1(1 North Liberty,
7:30 each evening. Evangelist Hum
mers, All Invited.
of $130. F. E. Callistur, Ed. R. Adams j
and .M. (1, tl uadcrson were nppointed
nppraisei-s of the estate, j
Stratford Quartet Grand opera house j
B. A, Brown, who la boatod in pollco
court on a churge of resisting tin of
ficer, Appeared ill police court this
morning und pleaded not guilty. His
case was set for trial before Judge Kl-!
gill tomorrow nt 2 o'clock p. m. A
uiiinlier of witaessei have been snli-i
poenucil for both sides and the case'
will be tried with City Attorney I'nge
appearing for the city and Attorney i
Triudiill for the defense,
In accordance with tholr spirit of pro
gressiveness and with the Idea of giv
ing their customers the utmost in tip
to date service, Meyers department
store has procured the services of .1, (I.
Traeger, mi expert shoo mini of Califor
nia, whu arrived this morning to take
charge as manager oi the shoe depart
ment of the big store. Mr. Trueger
has had years of experience In the buy
ing nud selling of high grade footwear,
mid under his competent and careful
guidance Meyers' shoe department will
continue to grow more popular with the
shoe buying public of Hnlcm and vicinity,
Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Cooper will loavo
toiljy for the sound country. They hnve
sold their hoein here and will reside ill.
1 13 West Seventy-eighth street, Scuttle,
until January I, when they expect to
leave for a trip to Honolulu. If they
tiiul the climiite ant' other conditions
there ilesirnble, they expect to make
that city their home. Their daughter.
Miss Until, is attending Sacred llcnrt
academy, and will stny in Siilein until
tile close of the school year next spring.
At the regular monthly meeting of
the promotion department of the Sa
lem coiiimeiciul club, to bo held at the
Hotel Marlon at 11:30 tomorrow even
ing (Wednesday), among the prominent
spenlteis of the evening will lie II. II,
Miller, formei itsul general to China,
who will address the meeting upon n
live cmunieicinl topic, and the members
of tiie Minion county delegation to the
legislature. The program fur the even
ing will lie nue of the best thnt has
been prepared for the occasion, and, in
addition to the speaking, the regular
business nf the club will be transacted.
C. F. Shortridge and wife, of Dolph,
were in the city today on a visit nt
the home of their .brother-induv
Frank D. Bligh. .Mr. and .Mrs. Short
ridge went to l'ortlund this afternoon
but will return tomorrow!
Carl Tandrup, of Monmouth, was in
Salem yesterday on u Bliort business
A. 0. Bishop, the hop buyer nf Me
Minnville, wns a Salem visitor today.
H. A. vVhitney wns in this city today
.1. K. Neal, of Renna Vista, spent
yesterday in Salem on a business trip.
Circulars have been lent out to the
Southern I'ncitic office of this city
from the l'ortlund office stating Hint
all donations nf clothing, food and oth
er articles for cluiritable institutions in
C. E. Rosa, the Jlllverton attorney,
waa today appointed administrator of
the estate of William David Nieoll, who
died Ineslnte on September 13. Mary
Maker, of Sncinmeutn, Cel., la the only
known heir to the estate, which con
sists of personal property to the value
Coming Next Sunday and Monday
"Home Sweet Home"
The Greatest Ficture Ever Seen in Salem. '
A Five-reel Photo-Drama Based on the Famous
Song That Moves Every Human Heart.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
I Portland may be enrried free by the
I railroad provided it is addressed to the
i Institution nud inuiked "Donation."
The Hoys' nud dirls' Aid society, Chil
dren's home, Salvation Army, tlood
, Samaritan hospital, Cortland Industrial
Home, St. Vincent's hospital, and the
: baby home nt Oregon City are included
j in the list of charitable institutions for
j which donations will be carried free.
j A licenso waa issued at tho office ot
i the county clerk today for tho mnr-
riege ot Herbert 1.. Stiff und Miss
Hose llreitenstein, both of Sulcm.
F. X. LeDonx, the contractor who
erected the new puvillion nt the fair
grounds this summer, und N, (I. Sorcn
son, arrived yesterday nud will he here
u week doing soire special work nt the
Charles C. Smith, who plended guilty I
to a charge of nssuult and battery nud I
to a statutory crime committed' with
l.ulu Foster, and who received a four
months' sentence In the county jail,
wns released today on a pardon f rote ;
Governor West. Smith promised to
marry the woman with whom he had
been living and to support her and her
children. He began serving his four :
months' sentence October 20, I
Vlrlc Brothers, through their repre-'
sent'itive, J. 1). Knight, have just de
livered to .1. A. Heck, malinger of the
iHalem Taxicab company two fine tnxis,
which will be at tne dlsposnl of the;
public. It is Vie company 's desire to
ghr the city ndeipuite tni service at
popular prices, and as a starter the
i company advertises a liiVeont rate to
all p.irta of the city within a mile. The
stand Is at the Hotel llligh, and in a;
short time a scnle of prices will be
worked out for nil parts of I lie city,1
nud these prices, the company says, will
be made just as low ns cost of operation ,
mitl patronage will permit, j
Assessors Harry G. Hyde, of Baker
county; Edward l'ollnek, of Josephine; -I.
lames A, Davis, nf Wasco, and V. tl.
touch, of I'ulon, appeared before the
state tax commission today to protest
i against the assessment ratios fixed Air
, their respective counties by the coin-1
mission for the apportionment of thej
valuations of the pulilie service corpora-,
Hons for taxation purposes. All contend
that I iie ratios fixed by tho commission I
are too low and ask for an Increase.!
The tux commission will remain iu ses
sion the balance of the week and will!
take all complaints of assessors, as well!
as the applications of public service' cor-1
poratione Cor a reduction in valuations
or county ratios of assessment, under)
CONTINUES THE BALANCE
OF THIS VEI'K.
Ben Franklin said; "A penny
saved la a penny earned." Now
is the time to lay in your Winter
COMPARE SOIVJE OF THESE
2 lbs. Ginger Snaps Jc
70c Brooms ' C5c
60c BrooniB 60c
10c Brooms G3i.
3.ric Brooms SOc
If you need a Bioom, buy it
3V'a lbs. of Dried Peaches for 2fic
1 lb. Cheese for 20c
Best Hard Wheat Flour, per
1 lb. bctt Cronnury Buttor.,30c
3Cc Coffee for 2Bo
2 lbs. Lemon Snaps ., , . ,2Gc
Good Luck Hard Wheat Flour,
per sack 81,48
Ben Valley Flout, per sack U.bO
Pure Olive Oil Sale Price:
Quart cam 70r.
'a gnllon Ji.35
1 gallon $2,5fl
10c enn of Salmon 8c
2 lbs, Pork Sausage. 20c
20c OrsiiReR, per dozen 20c
6 lofla Toilet Paper 25t
2 lbs. Peanut Buttor 30c
16 pounds of Sugar $1.00
OUR PRICES DEFY
8B5 North Commercial Street
We deliver any place In East,
West, North or South Salem. In
order to gite the people a chance
to buy Groceries at a reducot'.
price, we will continue the salt
one week longer.
SALEM CHIMNEY SWEEP. 1'honelS.
GOOD family cow, $33. 1417 ilarket.
GOAT MEAT First class only, l'hono
FOK SALE J'igs. Ed A. Jory. l'hono
A M).-l drv fir, delivered, l per cord.
FOB SALE Cheup, thoroughbred fox
terrier puppies, l'hone Oi-F-H.
TWO vacant lots to trade for a houue
and lot. l'hono 1576 VV.
FOB SALE Young fresh cow, witk
calf. 039 North Twenty-first.
FOR RENT 4-roorn modern house, 230
South Fourteenth street.
WANTED By experienced dressmaker.
Bowing by the day. l'hono 80-F-2.
FOR BALE Flanders roadster auto.
Address O. P. Uiven, Turuei, Ore.
FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms
for housekeeping. , Inquire at 401 N.
CHOICE GOAT MEAT For sale at
tho soup works, cheap. 1230 Ferry.
FOR SALE Dressed gnats, )1 each,
l'hone 1130-W. 4!)!) North Nineteenth
WAN wants work ofany kind in Salem,
or wood cutting. W. 11. Spencer, 570
HOUSEKEEPING Furnished apart
ments. Apply S."3 North Coiumerciiil
FOR SALE Good young Jersey cow
and heifer 'calf 7 months old. 2l;!0
FOR SALE Fine Jersey heifeiti,
fresh in spring, l'hone I l.jO-W. CufT
TEAM of work horse. for rent for their
care and keep. Call KINO Jefferson
street, or phone 1 1 HI,
l-'Olt HALE Oil TKADK For lot, horse
an.! buggy. Will pny difference iu
cash. Sipinro Deal Healty Co.
FOR RENT Small three -room cot
ta,re in suburbs. Address Rebecca
H. Anderson, 0S7 N. Front street.
SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT 43.00
per month. Gentleniun preferred.
581 North Church street.
LOST One elk's tooth; green in color.
Liberal reward for return to 330
State street, Sulcm, Oiegon.
FARM FOR RENT Good 5-room bun
gulow and ten acres of improved
land at Albany. $15 per month. In
quire nt 3;i(l North High, Mrs. Kooli
FOR SALE Or trade for good cow, a
Surrey, nearly new; undercut, canopy
top, holds four. Call Center Street
FOR SALE Oil EXCHANGE Full
blood Hnft Orpington roosters; bel'oio
Thanksgiving, Airs. A. W. Cox, Sa
lem Heights, lit. 4, Hox Ml.
L WILL tench miuly-making to ladies
or gentlemen, prices and terms very
reasonable. Inquire at O. K. Room
ing House, Room I.
WE HAVE grain and vetch hay for
sale nt the ranch or delivered whei-o
repiiicd. George Swegle, Garden.
WANTED Ity lady with two children,
work in store or office. Must have
work soon. Address J. 1)., euro Journal.
AGENTS Sell guaranteed hosiery; 70
per cent profit; make $10 daily. Or
ders repeat regularly; best agent 'si
seller ill existence, liiterliutioniil
Mills, West Philadelphia, i'n.
FOR RENT One five-room modern
bungnlow and one four-room houtm
with city water. O. W. Lafler, 406
j FOR BALE 30 acres, nenr Eugene, of
! garden land; good buildings. On I'n-
cific highway. Terms to suit nt 6
' per cent. J. R. linker, Junction City,
i WANTED Second hum! Americun or
MeCaslioy register; also adding ma
chine. List your surplus offiie equip
ment, with me, as I have fre.pient In
quiries for various iirticles, Pnul M.
FOR HALE Complete garage repair
shop equipment belonging to Into
Robert Matzke, State street, betweoa
Coinmercinl and Front. All machines
tools, etc., new and latest design.
Address E. F. Itrown, Independence.
FOR TRADE A good brick husineea
block lu Eugene, Ore,; guod income
property. Will trade for good farm
la. id In the Willninetto valley. Will
pay yon to look this up. Addiens
P. O. Hox 201, Eugene, Ore,
J. H. ECHOLS
Scientific Treatment for all Chronic
Rooms 25-28 In the New Brcyman
180 N. COMMERCIAL ST. '
Special New Korean
Spanlsb Chicken, Hot Tamalas, ChlB
Con Carna, Chop Buey Noodle
4'JO Ferry Street
lsitlvely and permanently removed
or no pay. With new harmless herb ap
plication we alulessly lift the cancer
out In about two weeks time.
Address Maxmilllon Weber, Hox 23.1,
North Yakima, Washington.