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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCT. 9, 1915.
Beautiful, Stylish Suits, Coats and Dresses of Un-
usual Class and Distinction
You will find our garments entirely different from the
ordinary styles found in other stores. We personally
select every garment that comes into this great stock with
careful attention as to serviceability and exclusiveness.
All the mest wanted fabrics are shown in the very best
styles and modes of trimming.
Prices are surprisingly low for such garments as we show.
New Waists New Skirts New Petticoats Immense
Assortment Children's Coats and Dresses.
New Showing of Traveling Bags second floor.
Rich Table Linens and Napkins at Little Prices.
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Buy Winter Footwear at Meyers and get real satisfaction.
Special Sale Prices on all Blankets Comforts Pillows
MM'a larger percentile than in any year in
the jiast. Tho elasJ in DooKKeepinK
i!are larger Jhan those in shorthand,
t' which is accounted f'.r by Mcrrit JJa
' vis. who has charge of the commercial
f iwork, from Aie fact that shorthand is
J entirely optional, while bookkeeping is
part of the reader course of study,
f i .Stenography and bookkeeping has ap-
pealed to many students as means by
I which they wiil bo aide to work their
'way through college.
t first congregational crimen, jmotdiuk
111 o'clock. .loniea Klvin will weak on
'Sliifi.lfl it, a NiK.reme Oil CSt ion. "
Eveui. ":30 o'clock, grand rally day!
concert. Evervbodv welcome. I
TELEPHONE RATES OF
j The Elliott Printing House is today f
i moving it plant from 221 South Com- j
', mereial street, where it has been In- i
, cated for the past twelve years, to t j
basement of the Hal. m Bunk of Com-'
, merce building. '
! Officers of Uahee itopSsof
Country Club Elected hlurek
TT, ...J There has been consirW
were eieete.i yesterday as follows: i aDie taJK oi late, in reference
Asahel Bush, president: Paul Wallace,! fa the Condition in 0U1 titv
vi. president; W. H. Walton, treasurer;! , "ui uiy,
: Kalph Moores, secretary. Although no; I nOSe WHO ftaVS had the
i definite action was takengeneral plans investigation in chai'ffe claim
'for the future were discussed. It Mi,,, P, . l5c.ldini
", hoped bv many members that the af-' H'dl dt ltMbl IV per Cent of
Home Telephone Company kJCt S:'gerff are
ior uiti Liuiiiiiiig ui it nuu uwupc "'; - e1-"-',-'J ?c ale
next spring. : not in position to verify thi
A membership committee to start an , , , .
aggressive campaign for new members Statement, SIlCl, lUl'thei
was authorized and president Hush will 1 m0re. We knOW that thpve i
appoint this committee within a snort v -i ... .
time. j harm done in putting glasses
The Public Service Commfc-siou has As an out come of the nwting, plans' qtj the growing DOy 01' en rl
taken upon its own motion the general are now practically completed fur the ' l j j. -uL-i "J.
subject of the rates and practices of the establishment of a .iitney service be- VVUO CUes not aDSOlUtely Heed
Home Telephone & Telegraph company, tween the city and the golf links dur-: them. On the Other harifl if
Well As Pacific Company
To Be Reviewed
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A SALE FOR MONDA Y ONL Y
Beautiful Crepe De Chines-Regular $1.25 Grade-Special 79c yd.
Here's a sale of rich crepe-de-chines which should at
tract all women who contemplate the- making of dress
waists, evening gowns or the like. Fine quality, rich
draping, all silk material forty inches wide. Your
choice of pink, light blue, maize, navy, labrador blue,
battleship grey, apollo blue, black or white. For
Monday Only per yard
t ; J. C. Perry, W. B. Gilson and A. J.
Kadcliff will attend as delegates the
l ntintifil mn.ttin.v fl,., l,it, frrillld
t lodee of the Knights of I'vthins. which conducted as to the racific Telephone are requested to telephone the club's
I will meet in Portland next Tuesdiiv & Telegraph Company. The C ommission i secretary. At first, the trips will start
1 anB Wednesday. 'has called on the Home Company for' at 8:t o'clock in the inoruing, return
f o full reformation aa to its capitalization,' ing at 1 o'clock.
; The ladies of the Missionary Circle earnings and expenses, .fixed - charges, ; m
t - of the Baptist church met vesterday at geueral comparative balances sheets, P 11 TIirnt, Inofol
I the home of Mrs. Kmii Ross, 1 1 13 Cot- and a complete inventory of all prop- ufllall lOWIld IQMdl
t! tnge street. The afteni.on was taken erty used in public service, showing
! up with the report of wmk done by the original cost, reproduction cost and the,
X circle, and the customary refreshments. I amount of accrued depreciation.
4i o I The recent complaint filed by the
X I We Walton, cashier of Ladd & Public Service League of Portland ask- j
i Bush, is home from a hunting and fish- jns, for a phvsical connection between!
fjing trip to the Knyue Kiver country. t,e commiKSi,m that the subject of rates
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the Strle Insurance department, who!
j accompanied hiin, has nut yet returned.
j The Manufacturers' and Land Pro
ducts .Show to be held in Portland from
October 25 to November 13. has decid
ed tt) set apart Tuesday, November 2.
! as a special day for Siilem. Albany and
I Eugene, when a special rate of one and
1 1 a third fare will.be made by the South
Over Coats for Boys
Now is the time to select an Overcoat for your boy
when assortments are complete when you can get just
the color and fabric you want. ' You will get genuine satis
faction from these garments, for they have been chosen
for their good quality and style; all sizes to 17 years.
Priced Very Moderately..
Jl. T XlOOODlOOODS
Over 35 years
lie nagL'eu a fine buck am
plenty of trout. Captain
rtlaml, ana us allied exchanges in ing the winter, ine inps win start. n , -
erniirl i Oregon, similar to that which is being ' once and those desiring accommodations i i ociiuua iiiistttAt; ior par-
ems to lei tins matter go un
heeded when the need of
glasses is to correct the er
rors of the eye, and the time
to do this, so as to affect
permanent relief, is while
the child is growing. There
can then be some hope of
later discarding them. But
when eye-strain is allowed
to go on developing without
any attempt to check, it
finally resorted, tcr as an ab-
Municipal Electric Pow
er and Light Plants
Puling the quarter ending July 31,
lOl.i. the State Knizineer issued
ind caught 1 anj tne rome Company has convinced permits for the appropriation of water,
Barber, 'f ; tlie systems of the Pacific Company ' under which it is proposed, to irrigate
is inextricably woven into the situation 23.143 acres of land, develop :2 horse-
presented by that company and that it power and supply municipal water for
will be necessary to have the same in- Amity, Yamhill County; Jlaitway, uhk
formation from the Home Telephone & or Countv; Newport, Lincoln County; ; cf.n4.p tlpppscifir thorn io i
Telegraph Company that hus already! Port Orford, Curry County; Tillamook jvwc lietes&lltf "Itf lb not
been called for from the Bell Company.. Citv. Tillamook County; and Marsh
Ju compliance with a similar demand, field, Coos County. These permits will
from the Commission, made about a ' require the construction of 210 miles of
year ago, the Pacific Telephone & Tele- i canals and pipe lines and nu estimated
graph Company has had a large force expenditure of $891,242.00. Fifteen
of men working preparing an inventory , reservoirs are to Vie constructed at an
i .v....... ur ! and irettinir data for the Commission of : estimated cost of $573,800.
x itst; vungrc&AUunai unuii.ii. munuuis 4- ,. rn ;ta ioollnii
11 o'clock. .Inme Elvin will soeak on S muTe "regou propeiues. j no 1 Among i ne iu.,.Ui .... .
"Suicide and the Supreme Question,
Eveniin 7:30 o'clock, grand rally day
concert. Everybody welcome.
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uuuousi.v ior huuui a .er una uua ic- ice v ... j.u.,. nun u. ,iui. h-j,
H a mm x m m in
All Around 1 ovn
Dr. MindokMinn, peclnllst In fitting
glutiset correctly. U. H, bunk bldg.
Jorome Blniinnna, of Monitor, a well
knowu resident of this county, und
former stute senator, is reported to be
Bee Attomoy Henry II. Turner, 301
llubbni'd Uhlg. tor collections.
Now Is the time to buy flour. Wheat
values have been on the decline tor
the past tun months, nud uith client
Buffering from u paralytic stroke and ! going down, the price of flour nns als.
Rollabla plnno tuner.
riione 235 1J.
reduced from time to time. Hut now
that wheat is on the upgrade and is
worth ten cents n bushel more than
two weeks ago, flour nlso will soon
A pie .ocial will be given at the Lib-1 '"l,ow; 1,1 " '"'"'"l ,fnr4 w "V
erty hall tonight, Ka.urdnv, October. r,',,ul ,lt J"!" ':"5 u ' "i '.'
f. at 8 o'clock, bv the llpwortl. lenguc. i ,,,,,,,, ",B.t 1 ' "'v-e about
Mr. and Mrs. Krn..k Pril kev will fur- I u increase has already
nisi, mus.e a-,d Mrs. (Iholson, a talent-1 "m,l 111 lt.rt liin.l.
ed elocutionist of Snlein, will assist; o
with the program, ' Km h lady Is re-1 Dr. C. Hartley, specialist, Inflamed,
quested lo In ing a pie to be auctioned bleeding gums and pyorrhea. Iltl I'. H.
off to the highest bidder. 'bank building. Phone I .sit.
You will aay Hint the best 5 cent ci
gar you ever smoked was ilygrade, Sa
Tho new barracks of the Salvation
iinny are now fitted up at ,13 1 '-j Court
t'troot and meetings are held every
night except Monady and Thursday.
Tonight at H u Vlock, the Hew Hurry
n. .Marshall, pastor ot tho rwiptist
churcii will deliv- an address on "The
(Hd I'ath." Sundry utlernoon lit 3
o'clock, the Itev. H, X. Avison, of the
Eirst Methodist church will speak ut a
praise meeting at th barracks.
First Coyregatlonal church. Morning
II o'clock, .l;mcs Mlviii will speak on
"Suicide anil the Supreme (Question."!
Evening, 7:30 o'clock, grand rally day
concert. Everybody welcome.
The Clarion, published twice a month
by the students of the Siilem high
sciioul, nns lssneil veslenlav in a size
The Portland United Artisans want
to see tho work of the drill team of to
local lodge, which amis awarded first
prize last summer at the national meet
ing at Berkeley and accordingly have
invited the team to visit Portland on
the lStl of December, at a special
state, meeting to be held in that city.
Sunday excursions from Albany to
Newport will be run by tho Southern
Pacific, on each of the five Sundays in
this month. The train will leave Al
bany at 7:30 o'clock in the morning,
arriving at Newport at 12:20 p. m. Re
turning, the truin will leave at 0
o'clock in the evening and arrive at
Albany at 10:43 o'clock at night.
Q. A. R. funeral: Members of
Sedgwick Post, (4, A, 1!., and all Civil
war veternns and the members of )io
IV. R. C. and the Ladies of the Grand
Army arc requested to attend the fu
ncal of our lute comrade, Edwin P.
Kile, of Compnny (,', Fourth Iowa Cav
alry, at 10 o'clock Monday morning,
October 11. Tntcrinent will be in Lee
Mission cemetery. Jj L. Pound, com
mander; D. Webster, adjutant.
The Oicjon Board of Pharmacy will
meet next li'oduv at Portland at the
North Pacific college. Several young
men from Salem will take the examina
tions, which v, ill bo held Tuesday nod
Wednesday. "l,e 1'oBrd of Phnnnry
meets once every three months with
the following members: F. S. Ward,
Salem; J. Lee Hrnwn, Mnrshf ield ; L.
B. Hnskins, Med ford; Ross Fnrr, As
torin; Ross Phimmcr, Portland.
The Wocdburn Mercantile associa
tion met lust evening and entertained
at n banquet the special committee on
drainage und the committee on the
corn show, and Cuuuty Agriculturist" L.
.1. Cliapin to whom is duo the credit of
organizing the corn shows in the coun
ty. The government's engineer and his
helpers are new in tho field, and the
survey of the French Prnirie district
will soon be completed.
J. C. Nelson, jiiinclpal of the high
school, is taking n little outing today
in the way of a botany hunt at Lin
ton, just tiiis sole of Portlnnd. He has
found the river bulks near Linton are
covered with flowers, many of which
are Tot grown in this country. Many
ships cemiiig from China and foreign
ports, unload tlo r ballast of snml nnd
earth nt Linton, before unloading their
one ehance in a hundred that
the wearer will ever be able
to do without them.
When the children are
studying their lessons to
night watch. If the boy or
girl is trying to put the
is one to the Rogue River Public Serv-j
nts Pass, for the
quired the services of an average ot, irrigation of 12,640 acres, diverting' r
sixty engineers and assistants for the, water from Rogue River. A. E. Brats. . v. , j . , ,
Oregon properties alone, and the force, has secured n permit to develop 251 1 putting IllS neaO. HltO the
has sometimes run as high as a hun- horsepower to supply the city of Riddle.j grammar he" IS doing his
died. The enormous number of minor m j P . . i," ir
j. 1 i r ucot lu mcuvc miiiaeu near-
Arrests Are Made ror ! sighted for the rest of his
Violation of Game Laws j life, and is very likely to
I have set aside Saturday
morning lor the exanima-
units which enter into a telephone sys
tern make the appraisal much more dif
ficult on account of tho detail neces-,
sary than is the case with other utilities,
and the great number of individual!
units makes the particular unit price re-!
fleet itself very strongly in the tilti-'
1 j si,. y sV jf it Jf
r "T p p r P T ! t p
Roy ISremmer, district game warden
for Polk and Marion counties reported
today that he had arrested W. i.
Bntzke, of this city on a charge of re- U.- j? phjUrpv,'- ovp(l nrl(l
sisti.m an officer and that Uritzke 40If. 91 Cmiaren S CjeS and
pleaded guilty to the charge and wa9
fined 5U anil costs at Dallas. C. A.
Johnson, was also arrested here and
t-vr !- l u irtno r:..
street, Saturday morning. October !), ' 1""'!"' n'f u,,a was V' T
mit! .1.. o.. t.m,.; i. .,i a tine of 2) was assessed. W. h.
the age of 72.
He is survived by a widow, who has
been M'liously ill for several miiths.
Funeral services will be held nt 10
o'clock Monday morning nt the home,
liiiiS Mission street, the Rev. Hiram D.
Ttum, of the First I'nited Brethren
officiating. Purial will tnke place nt
the 1 ee Mission cemetery.
Vaudeville At The
The (inind will present tomorrow,
matinee and evening, six acts of vaiide-:
ville direct from the Empress at Port
land. Every act is a feature in itself. j
Some of the hints are Sniilctta Pros.;
and Morn, Emily (Ireene and compnny,
Charles Dayton and Dan Maley in "The:
Doughnut Hunters,'' and the Morton-'
shall be pleased to make an
appointment with you in" ad-
taken to Dallas where he ' pleaded , vance at an hour to suit your
guilty to a charge of shooting from the j convpnieT1()p Wp fin not
under any consideration ad
vise the use of glasses unless
No extra charge for exam-
Breinnier also reported the arrest of
E. M. Johnson, of Independence, on a
charge of having too many hens and
Soehren was arrested this morning fot
,.i e .i.
enmo birds and was fined f2o accord- j inatlOn
ing to Breinmer.
COLUMBIA RIVER BRANCH
OF FOREIGN MISSIONS SOCIETY
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn,
Doctor of Optics
210-211 U. S. Bank Building
Rev. T. B. Ford, recently elected su
perintendent of the Salem district of
the Oregon conference, wife nnd two
grown daughters, have arrived in the
cny, ami will muse their Home at I.'L'H with an address bv Mrs. Amos William
Cheineketn street. He succeeds the l'ntteu, of Chicago, vice president of
Rev. James Moore, who was assigned i the National Women's Foreign Mission
to the First .Methodist church nt Al- arv society.
The twenty-third annual meeting of
the Columbia River Branch of the Vo-"
man 's Foreign Missionary society of (Children 's Rally will bo conducted by
the, Methodist church, in session at the j Mrs. E. E. Upmcyer, of Portland, super
First Methodist church, devoted its ' intendent of children 'a work. At this
time today to the election ef off icers I service addresses will be made by Ur.
and delegates to the, mueting of theilva Miller, who is on leave, of aleiouce
general executive committee and tojfrn'n Tiensin, China, und Mi-s Grace
messages from -Miss Heftv, missionary Clark, from Africa,
to China, Miss (Irace Clark, who has The closing services will be hchl Saii
beeu laboring in the African mission-1 'Kv evening at :30 o clock, president
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arv fields and from Dr. lva -Miller, of v "rvnn joucv ui . 1....1 vo.
Cliina. This evening? a reception will ' versify presiding. Addresses will bo
liy -Miss r-lsie wood, 01 win"
America, and Mis. Wilna Houss Keenc,
be ,'ivnii to the viMittmniiMsimuirica ' nill.le
- - ". ft ' , ,
I ut the home of .Mrs. A. A. I.ee, 1415
1 StnU.' street.
1 'IW1 program for tomorrow, the final i
ilay ot the meeting, will begin at II!
o ciocK at tne first Motno.list churcn,
It costs but one cent worn
to tell yonr story each day In
t8 Journal IKsw Today column.
of China. At both of the services so
cial music will be sung, under the di
rection of Dr. Frank Wilbur Ciia.-e, of
' At :t::!0 o'clock fh the nftornoon, a
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY 1
milieu hut larger than that of lnt year, i freight at the wharves in Portland. To-
Dr. R. T. Melntlre, pyslclan and
surgeon, l t Masonic bidg. Phono 410.
A sermon In the sigu langung will
be delivered Sunday evening nt 7
o'clock ut the Oiogou ft 11 1 0 school
for the deaf by the liev. Ts'. F. Jciimmi,
who will hereafter conduct monthly
services. Mr. Jensen ts the I'luito
cimst niUsiounry for lliu l.ulhertin
rhniirch. All those in this coiiinniiiity
who are deaf, are invited to attend
the services Knndnv evening, 11s well
as fliosii to follow during the winter.
State Treasurer Tlaomas B. Kay re
turned to this city todny liotu a
wevk's liuutiiig trip into the mono
tains of southern Oregon near Kiddle.
Mr, Kay killed two five point bucks in
the short time ho was in the mountains
and returned one week ahead of Omar
Smith and 1'r. Robertson, who made up
the remainder of the part v. Mr. Smith i Evening, 7:110 o'clock, grand rally .lav
anil lr. Kobertsoii are reported as hav
ing good luck nud will rcmujii in the
id of went
Dr. Btoue'i Drug Btore.
Stone'a Drug mort.
Do Your Eya Tire Easily? Do Your Eyts Smart
or Burn? Is Your Vision Blurred?
Remember all of these troubles and
many more can be done away with fk
Correctly Fitted Glasses.
Let us examine your eyes and fit yoit
with proper lenses then you will see
w ith ease.
V', . ' 1 - w.'.Cjr' '.-. ; V?
Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist
203-209 Hubbard Did. Phone 109
dav' ships lire in Portland from Buenos
j Ayre.i nnd Australia. It is from the
I built t iiideinle.1 from foreign ships
' thnt strange flowers grow, nnd for
students of hntiiuv, t0 river banks
nenr l.iiiton hne many attractions.
j The report of City Physician C. F.
i Cuidictt fur the nniiitli of September
shows that in registration district No.
; 2, the deiiths for the month were Hi,
j eipinlly divided between male and fe
male. The biiths in the same district
for September ntinib.ted '23, of whiel,
nine were girls. Hue ense of dyphtheiiu
i and one case of scarlet fever were re
j pelted. In each of these cases, the pa
Iticut recovered. The new registration
The gtrla out-number the beys In the lnn - a district out. of Salem and
four uper clus.ies of the Willamette! country surrounding, .nrhiding (Juimi
university. In the senior eliifs of '.'!, i Kv. "rooks. Mucleuy and Kosedale. The
the vuiin'g men i.iliuber IS and vonni! : different registration districts, instead
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ouiies it. 11 i in ine .iiiuior ciassi'" '.",l,"i u,-,iin Di.ii j
that the boys are pretty much in the i central county officer, now make a
minority, us this class numbers ;H, of j monthly report to the state health of
which II are bovs uu, ) gills. In fleer ut l'ortland. j
the sophomore class, the girls are five j 0
... .... .im,,or... . o u i .. n cinss oi The (&rmon- nmM U rtlU alive
.... ...ere au ..i Km "' 'e ri'H re Bm j., , t
ih.vh inn ui i ne ircMimnii year, ine
Hick Avison is the editor, with Victor
Taylor ns nuociute. Kcuthcn Hughes
will do the society, while Kentriee Wal
ton w ill read and i . te the good points
in the exchanges. The athletic doings
of the bovs me to be chronicled by
Victor ltcid, Eylo Bin t.iulomcw will
ck up the locals and Allan Ciuson the
jokes. The business end of the t Diriun
will be taken euro of by Kay To.lhunt
er, Bryan lioodeiiougli ami Wallace
First ConKrcgatioiiRl church. Morning
II o'clock, Jiimes Elvin will speak on
"Suicide and the Supreme (Question
concert. Evervbodv welcome.
n.sidcrnble siens of ac-,
tivitv this morning. Four of the booths j
weie taken, nud there, seemed to be a)
pretty fair demand . vrulta and veg-1
etublcs, as well us dressetl chickens, '
C. A. Muths and R. Ruble of rural
route one, were displaying fruits and
vegetables, while J. !! Pinnell, route
seven, brought in dressed chickens. A. !
Homyer. of route seven, soon sold out
his supply of pork. The application
for permission to use other quarters
for the nisrket was not received by .
u ., . the mayor until too late to be present-
About two third Of the students Of, ed to the meeting of the council Issl j
the high school are Interested in thel MomUy evening. I'util this p',''',,,'
coinmervial depai Inient, taking a course acted i)ou by the council, the farmers
either in short hnn.l or bookkeeping. I will continue to use th present loea-1
These classy now ure uttended by 3jt, tion on Liberty aud Fy streela I
i boys out-vole the girls by a majority
of oue, as the enrollment for this cln-s
; now stands 11 boys und 111 girls. Seven,
special students are attending, and four!
j post graduates. ,
fJsrd of Thanks,
! The family of the lute Clyde Brock'
iwisii to express their appreciation of
tne many kindly acts an,! expressions,
of sympathy, during I'.ieir bereavement.!
Living Room Chairs, Rockers and Library Tables
During this next week we will make extra low prices on all Library Tables,
and Living Room Chairs and Rockers.
No. 989 Library Table, regular $:10.00
value, now j $23.80
No. C5A Library Table, regular $25.00
value, now $19.80
No. 911 Library Table, regular $20.00
value, now $17.20
No. 500 Library Table, regutyr $22.50
value, now $18.10
No. 541 Library Table, regular $19.00
value, now $15.80
No. 200:5-A11 leather Rocker, regular
$zo.uu value, now
No. 1:12:? All leather Rocker, regular
?25.00 value, now $21.80
No. 20:12 All leather Rocker, regular
$22.50 value, now $19.
No. 600 All leather Rocker, regular
$20.00 value, now $17.30
No. 74410 All leather Rocker, regular
$18.75 value, now $16-10
No. 215V-. Oak leather seat Rocker,
regular $28.00 value, now .... $21.90
No. 12: Oak leather " seat Rocker,
regular $25.00 value, now .... $19-
No. 61:? Oak leather seat Rocker,
regular $25.00 value, now .... $20.00
No. 7:)0 Oak leather seat Rocker,
regular $2.00 value, now ".$15.80
No. 57910 Oak leather seat Rocker.
regular $16.50 value, now .... $l3u