Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, December 02, 1914, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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Toys, Dolls, Tricycles, Rocking Horses, Skates, Games, Etc., Etc. Every
thing to Please the Little Folks, at SPECIAL ATTRACTIVE PRICES
Final Clearance of Women's Suits and Dresses
Your choice of our entire stock at these low prices
Women's Suits up to $25.00, Clearance at $10.00 Each
Women's Suits up to $35.00, Clearance at $13.85 Each
Women's Suits up to $50.00, Clearance at $15.00 Each
Women's Dresses up to $32.50, Clearance, $ 7.50 Each
Women's Dresses up to $38.50, Clearance, $10.00 Each
Balance of Dresses, your choice at ONE-HALF PRICE
This is truly the greatest price-cutting event that Salem women
have ever seen. Visit the department-See the Window Displays,
Portland, I'ee. 2 A
steamship will carry to starv
ing millions in Belgium liOOO
tons of foodstuffs from Port
Isiiul, Tacoinu and .Seattle. Con
intuitions from Oregon and
Washington will be shipped to
these three towns.
Tliis announcement was made
loday by Samuel Hill, chairman
of the Oregon Belgian relief
committee, appointed by (lover
nor West. Hill said that the
strainer had been sceured anil
that its name and sailing Mute
would be made ublie soon.
WASTKD By la.ly, work by the day
or hour, l'houe 2o7o
WOHKIIOKSE ami buggy tor sale. Will
take if-H lor outfit. UU Market.
HILLY Expert window cleaner. J'hono
iuOAT MKAT for sale; first-class only.
J'hone 21 ISO M.
Special Clearance Women's High-Grade Silk
Petticoats up to $10, your choice, $3.50 Each
Here's your chance to purchase a really fine Silk Pet
ticoat at a wonderful saving Crepe de Chine, Pussy Wil
low, Taffeta, Messalinet Moire, etc. colors and black or
white. Be sure to see this offering. Only
$3.50 EACH
See window display.
A most unusual offering to new and old Delineator subscribers. Give a
subscription for a gift. See the special representative at the Pattern Department.
; C. N. McArthur, congressman-elect
from the seeond district to succeed Con
gressman l.nfcrty, is in .Salem today
.shaking hands with his friends in this
I city. Sir. Me Arthur is itn his way to
his ranch in Polk county, where lie will
! spend several days before returning to
his home in Portland.
Judge Galloway, of department No
2 of tho circuit court, will probably
finish his court work in Albany to
night unless soffe unexpected events
detain him in Albnnv another day.
! Judge Unlloway has eases schedilod
! for tomorrow here.
! "Arizona" drew another crowded
j house last niht, and it is perhaps need
j less to add, delighted each and every
one who saw it. In some respects the
play was better presented than on the
first night, which is quite natural, ns
thos.) taking part had molded into their
pints more firmly fr;n the first night's
experience. The'plny was in a way a
revelation as it n.scioscd a nntablo lot
of local talent, most of which was un
suspected, the actors and actresses not
having appeared on the public stage be
fore. "Arizona" will long be remem
bered by all who saw it.
A bill for $1,123.11. presented to the
lounty court of tins county by a Tort
land firm of expert accountants fnv
services rendered in checking up -tin"
accounts of tho '.unity officers of Ma
rion enmity, will be ignored by the
county court because it was not auth
orized by the department of Iiisurame
Commissioner Ferguson, noenriling tn
information received from that depart
mcnt tndm. Mr. Wnrren. of the in
surance .lopurtnteiit, stilted this morn
ing that the bill hud never passed
through the state offiie nud that tin
accountants had exceeded their author
ity in taking the mutter up direct with
the cimiity e-mrt. Air. 'Warren sti.totl
that no such bill would be passed by
the department and Hint it should be
ignored until it came through the juo
er cliMinels.
utter 7 p. m.
TIIKKK months' old pigs tor sale.
Phone 2U-F-12.
Fl'KNISIIKL) bungalow for rent, (.'all
FRK1) has tho latest war news and tho
best eats.
T1IHKE young Jersey cows for biiIo
h?up. Hii .uurKvt.
A MIIHILK-AUKD woman wants work;
cau cook, fall 171 Court.
F01 HKNT Nine-room lnodern house,
if 13 per month. Phone 9J3.
(iHKKN sweet com for ensilage or
stoi n iced, jinpum pnuuu t-v.
WANTKD Cordwood cutting or other
labor. Address O. F, W., care Journal.
HKAVY team wanted for feed and
keep. Address T U, earo Journal.
FOU SALE Full-blooded Jersey heifer,
fresh soon. W. Pease, llaysville
YOUNG t'OW for sale, giving two gal
lons of milk. 5'Jj N. Twentieth.
FOtt SALK Now -5-room cottage, lo
cateil 1070 North Twentieth streel.
Fl'HNISHKD housekeeping rooms, near
city hall, 'iM North High. Phone 4.
FOR SALE A-No.l Durham-Jersey
milk row, lUliS North Seventeenth st.
FOH KENT Two well furnished rooms
for housekeeping. Inquire at 41)1 H.
WAXTKIl Position to do general
housework. Address Mrs. Hodge, Hot
21'l, Salem, I be.
FUKSII goat meat from Ic to ,"ie. Phono
ll.-iii-W ."7li-W. Cull at IH! North
I Nineteenth.
Full JiF.NT S-iooin house, barn, ehick-
en park, 2 hits, 12110 North Comuici
in I i rent if 10. Phone 2270-W.
LOST On Commercial or State street,
an envelope containing money. Mn.
I'. K. Humes, 1-t'iO llines.
Foil tsAI.H Stock hogs from 7il to I2"i
lbs. W. II. Kgun, (lervais, Ore., III.
2. Phone U-K-.i.
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting j Kugone, nun of Colonel John M. Wilt
glasses correctly. V. S. bank bhlg. Iiiiiih, of the law firm of Williams &
.-o Menu, has been appointed statistician of
A BorlflS of special revival meetings the industrial accident commissiim, and
will begin ill .Insuu Lee Methodist ) will assume his duties at once. Mr,
church, Thusdiiy evening, services to 1 Williams, lit the time the governor
stin t at 7 Everybody Is welcome ! niiuied n commission of 10 to study
to these meetings, jtho workings of tho compensation law
-ii (ill the state of Waihiiigtnii, was sent
Horns Wet Wash laundry Undor : "long with l!e "i ittce to study the
new miiiiagenienti all work gun rant end ;"" " (" iip,n. smuc "km- con
wash days, Mondays, Tuesdays, woil-i'vuuig me w
nesdiivs ninl rrldnys. Phono 24il
Try Scott's 15-cent meals.
Cliristmns trade good already. Geo.
C. Will reports early Cliristmns shop
ping in the music linn ns being very
good, lie says it letiks like people are
arranging to lime an unusually jolly
Family washing, UU cents,
The new mem hers added to the boys'
department of the Y. M. C. A. In the
recent membership iiiinpnigll will par
take of their Initiation bnuipiet at the
V. M. C. A. tuiight at (1 o'clock. All
of tho new boys will be Introduced uud , Newport
lite nnuipict win nssiiioe uic Miiiue oi
a reception, Several spcukers will be
there and nddiess the bovs,
He has taken
courie in the I'niversity of Oregon and
in Harvard, along the lines of ecoii
omicH, and the appointment fits in very
aptly with his work.
Tho Frame Shop niul Olftory is show
ing a beautiful line of photo views of
Mt. Hood und coast scenes taken at
Thirteen new boys' Boblle cIrkhos
were organized nt the Salem Y. M. C.
o ,, !.,( night. The classes were all or-
Dollar watches at Btone 'a drug store. ' gaui.ed in the boys' department with
o (the exception f n few high school sen
County Judge Bushoy's office was a''1"", who were included in one of the
busy place fur a short time this nun a- ehtes. There are now about 200 boys
log,' when two nervous grooms and two! I" the depnrlnient, ucconling to Kd
in, limit brides, Fred J, King and llei-ard Tiilliuan, Jr., the secretary. The
tha l.ichty ninl (leu ge O. P.ltoa and , elnsses will meet ni ce each week.
Ida E. King appealed lis the principals o
In u ihuible wedding. All of the con The Frame Show and Glftery re
tracting panics were from Silverton, ipieU those eouteinplatiiig picture
whom tliev expect to reside, Ifianiiiig for Christinas to idace their
o i orders ut once. Our stock of itiiiuliliiigs
Ben F, Williams, a young attorney ofiis us large us any on the const.
Men's 14 Inch High Top Shoes
Conic and take (hem at
Forced lo vacate. The Jacob Vofft thoe stock must
be sacrificed within 25 days.
At the regular annual meeting of
Joshua Smith Camp No. II, Sons of Vet
Vrnns, Tuesday evening, Heceinber 1, a
full set of olficers wns elected to serve
during the ensuing year, and a very
enthusiastic meeting was had. The of
ficers elected were: John Cornforth,
I ('Oiuiiiaiider; Silas Howard, senior vice
: commander; S. I-, llalsttta, junior vice
comiiiauiler; llev. Porter, chaplain;
i James Iteiuiiigtou, guide; S. Iliake, col-or-hearor;
H. II. McWhorter, musician;
. P. Iliagle, treasurer, and K, J. Hay-
mond, secietiiry.
Dr, Stone's Itch Olntmont euros tho
You will want to hour the Intorna-
tionnl (Irnnd tlpera Quertette. Seeuie
a season ticket to the remainder f the
lyceuiii course at a very little addition-
ill expense.
Finding it Impossible for Salem's
business men handball Hunks to leave
on such a busy ilav as Saturday, the
handball tiiuriiameut with Mic team
repi "Monting the Albany Y. M. C. A.
will be played on Friday. Tin Salem j
business men will leave Filduy noon.j
December 4, and the toiirnnniont will
start in Albany at 2 p. in. Albany has!
mad" arrangements lo eutertnin the Sa
lem visitors and they lire prmuiseil a
good time by Ah Million, Hie chief in-,
stig.ilor of (he trouble at Albany.
Be sure to get In on the four remain
ing attractions of the Student's Ly
ceum Course lor .'2.
Bories No. 10 of the Mutual Savings
& 1 .nun association will be opened Jnu
nary 2, I01.V Subscriptions for shares
in the association are now being re
ceived at the office of the secretary
at 27.1 Slate street. Phone 1(1. A. A.
l,oo, president.
A. O. Allen, of Medford, was yester
day afternoon uppolutcd horticultural
commissioner for the third district,
comprising Jackson, Josephine, Coos,
Curry, Klamath anil Lake counties, to
succeed A. II, Carson, who was recently
removed hy the state lionnl of horti-
'culture upon petition of a large number
of the fruit growers of the district, who
cniuphiiiiod that -- Carson was not as
active ns he should be in the enforce
ment of the fruit pest eradication Ihws
of the state. Mr, Allen was appointed
hy the hoard uin the recommendation
of F C, Huberts, chairman of tho hor-
Itlculturnl commission. .
While the victors nibble at the suc
culent legs of well-browned turkeys the
losers will eat mush and' milk and say
they like: it at thji bampiet of the teams
entered in the recent membership con
test cioiilucted by the Salem V. M. C.
A. The "Hod" tenuis in both the
boys' and men's departments won over
their "itlue" opponents, who promise
to look still bluer when they eat their
mush and blue milk. The winners of
tile men's teams was captained by John
Fnrrar and the losers by Hay F. Hich
itrdson. Charles Hoggins was the cap
tain of the victorious buvs' team, Th"
hnuipict is scheduled for 0:'t0 tomorrow
night at .the rooms of the association,
The "Hoitso Electrical" Is typical of
Ain-.'i ieiiu advancement. Start yours
this Cliristmns time. Salem Electric
Co., Masonic Temple. Phone 1200.
The Jury in the case of the city of
in Eyeglasses or Spectacles
is found at this office.
Eye examinations by a
: Registered Optometrist, In
visible Bifocal, Toric and
,Fla; Surface Lenses and
I Perfect Fitting Glasses are
! features here.
Let me prepare your
208-20!) Hubbard Bid.
Thonc 109
Snlem against H. A. Itrowa, charged
with resisting an officer, was nimble
to agree last night Mid was discharged
atj.S o'clock after several hours' de
liberation. The jury stood four for con
viction uud two tor acipiittal. The tes
timony nf the witnesses was substan
tially the same as given at the former
trial when they also disagreed. The
ease will be tried again in the police
court, probably on Friday of this week,
tiny O. Smith ussisted City Attorney
Page in the prosecution. Attorneys
Walter Winslow ami Trindall appeared
fur the defeiiduiit. The jury was com
pose I of F. W. Spencer, K. M. l.aFore,
Paul llauser, Charles Knlauil, .1, W.
Harriett and Martin Olsuii.
Thore's a fascination in tablo cookory
and it keeps yon out of the kitchen.
Salem Kloctric Cci, Masonic Tempi,,.
Phone 12U0.
Through a mistake of the Jailor of
Iho I'ortlunil police station, a mini by
the mime of l,ee was brought to the
insane asylum yesterdav, bv Specinl At
tendant Algen, Instead of P. F.ckort,
who had been regularly committed and
who Algeo was sent for. When Atten
dant Algeo presented himself ut the
police station to receive his wnr, the
juilors were in the net of changing
shifts, and the jullor who was going on
shift, not knowing Kckert, went to toe
department set aside tv insane pris
oners and called out for Kckert. ".My
Humes Fckert," piped up l,ee, who
occupied one of tue cells, and he was
bundled out nnd brought to Salem by
tho attendiiut, who was none the wiser,
and the mistake was not discovered
until l.ee was missed by the police de
partment at I'ortlunil some hours Inter.
When the blunder Was firind out Kck
ert was sent up to the asylum, and,
In order to save the expense of sending
l.ee back to Portland to bo examined
for commit incut, he will be examined nt
the insane asylum today. Needless to
sny l.ee's Insanity is self evident.
Today and Thursday
In Five Acts
Written by
Charles Dickens
Tom Terriss
The Greatest Impersonator of
, Dickens' Characters,
Vitagrnph Comedy
Also Vitagraph Feature,
Special New Korean
City Restaurant
Spanish Cliicken. Hot Tamalcs, ChlU
Con Camo, Chop Sue-y Noodlei
420 Ferry Street
Kills any kind of blaze Instantly.
Speeial Advertising Price, $1-50
(Regular Price, M.oo)
18 Broyman Block,
When in SALEM, ORECION, stop at
Strictly Modern '
Free and Private Baths.
RATES 7!ic, $1.00, 11.60 PER DAY. I
The only hotel In the business district.
Nearost to all Depot, Theatres and
Capitol Buildings.
A Home Awsy from Home,
T. O. BLIGH, Prop. j
Both Phones Tree Auto Bui.
I Salem Oregon, Dec. 1, 1111 4.
) The undersigned, ii behalf of the
i Municipal Improvement League of Sa
lem, believing from experience and in
Ivestlgation that the enforcement of the
i laws for the best welfare of the city
'will best be accomplished by the olee
'tioii of .1. T. Welsh to the office ut'elty
marshal, hereby endorse and recommend
.his 'iindidnev. (Signed)
H. tl. MII.I.KU, Secretin v,
.1. W. HKCKI.KV, Pres.,
W. HI Till MH,K, Attorney,
Kim, Presnall,
Directors Municipal Improvement
F.NOS Presnall.
(.Paid adv.)
One cent per word etch Inser
tion. Copy for advertisements un
der this beading should be ts by
8 p. m.
TWO incubators for sal SMI Ituyt st.
Poll SAI.K (lood 1 mil year-old mare
I or will tmdc for cows, j'hono 1 :t-F-1 :t.
jFOH SAI.K drain und vetch hay fur
' sale at ranch or delivered, lleorgc
Swvglo, (iardeii Hoad. Phone 2I-F-2.
i KOlt IIKNT December 12th, modern
i house with basement. Cull Krtle's
SMALL houe and lot, 'i-'ixl"ili, for sale
by owner, I2Si .Nebraska avenue, near
Capitol street.
FOU SAI.K lmip, largo cunbiniitio(
safe. Poole's Drug Store, llo jNoiI',
LOST Sunday, cainon pin, wilh go'il
I wreath li i on in I eniiico. Liberal 13
j ward for return tn this office.
j LOOK for Ihe new sign, Hotel Knj,
IIS North Commercial street. Prie,'
! reasonable, Cuff Kays, prop.
Foil SAI.K On your own tonus: CitJ'
property, fruit ranches, nii-1 stoce.
fa ins. Sipiaro Deal Uealty Co.
VK 1IAVK grain nnd vetch hay ,fo
sale at the ranch or delivered when'
, repiircil. Oeorgo Swegle, Onrdcn
WAXTKIl lly young man attending
Ini'iness college, work in evenings
mi. I Saturdays. Ask I. W, Stalcy,
Capital lliisiucss College.
WK will n How y,n the highest price for
your used furniture in exchange for
ii"W. Calif llros., homo furnishers.
Plume 'j'M.
LOST Sntiiriliiy, geiitlemnu 's watch,
gum eae, I, etweeu unite. 'HI it ninl
Twentieth streets, south of Center.
Please return to C. M, Kpploy (iro
eery and receive reward.
FOH SAI.K Complete garngo repair
shop equipment belonging lo lute
Hubert Mntzke, Stato street, between
Coinmercial nnd Front. All machine
tools, etc., new and latest design.
Address K. F. Drown, Independence.
DIM KI XHSCIIAFT . dor Dentschen
lleute wild gcfaclllgst, W'lr spiechen
Dcntsch. Saa Francisco Life Insur
ance Co., II. L. Willson, district nian-
. nger. A. Ilaldcmun, local agent, Ml
North High street.
WHY PAY HUNT When you euu
trade n lot tin first payment or pay
n small payment down on a new "i
j riiiuii bungalow f Owner, luilll South
I Co'.ninercial, "
i HI'illlANK potatoes .",0c bushel; 20UII
us loganberry wire, lliuil lugaiiberry
posts; also good week horse; or will
exchange any part for a dilver.
Phono 2"iiKl-.l :i.
sn.MK gncd cow pasture to rent nt $2
per month! room for i headi rent. In
advance. Pasture on edge of Suloio.
Impure nt Dinger Fruit Co., n 10
State street, phone ."ill.
l'OH SALK OH TKAIlHtl rnom mod
ern house ill t orvallls; bnseineiit, elec
tnc lights, bath, toilet. Will take
small acreage close to Salem lis pint
pnvment; pne if-JoilM. W. 11. !iub
euhorst & Co,, room 2 Hush Hunk,
i hldg.
1 Foil SALK ."i acres of good land all
under eultivntiont small house, goeii
I location, miles south of Siilem, -goml
road; price 4 HHKI; tJ'nl down.
I bnl. to suit nt fl per cent int. Till
Is good buy. W. II, Orabeahorst Ic
Co., room 2 Iluh Hank building.
l'OH SAI.K oil TKADK HI ncres of
I gmd land all under eultUatlnn,
acres sowed to oats and vealih, some
fruit, small house, barn, well, chieliou
house, good drainage, 3'i miles from
Salem; price 27llii; -tl2.fl cash, bal.
tl tier cent interest. W, U. Ornlien-
bu st i Co., room 2 riash Hank Mdg.