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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY. Oct. 13, 1915,
A Record Breaking Sale of Women's New Fall Suits Priced Up to $40
; Your Choice During This Sale
100 fine quality, stylish, Fall and Winter Suits go on sale tomorrow morning at this surprisingly
low price. Unquestionably the most important offering of women's new suits this season: It is
the most important because the assortment is large the styles are latest the colors desirable
popular materials of standard quality the linings of fine grade made by experienced man
tailors and the price is so unusually low that you positively cannot afford to disregard this event
if you have not yet purchased your fall and winter apparel. Every garment is positively new
of guaranteed quality and are priced up to $40.00. These 100 suits must be sold rapidly and the
price is bound to move them.
Take Your Choice
During This Event
Women's Coats Priced up
Women's Coats Priced
to $18.50 Special -.
te $17.50-Special I.
See the Window Display ;
Seventy-five High Grade Raincoats at one-third less than regular prices. These are all of superior
quality in the popular and wanted stylesand fabrics. They would sell regularly from $7.50 to
$25.00. Special prices range $4.95 to $16.65.
Women's $7.50 Raincoats Sale price ; , . $4.95
Women's $10.00 Raincoats Sale price .' $6.65
Women's $15.00 Raincoats Sale price '. $9.95
Women's $20.00 Raincoats Sale price .' , $13.30
Women's $25.00 Raincoats Sale price .' .' $16.65
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Salem's Style Store
Court and Liberty St
Just the Overcoat or Rain
coat you have been looking
for and now is the time to I
ouy 11 you wish to get the B
mu vaiue ui yuur purcnase.
Our prices "will please you
$10.00 to $25.00
G. W. Johnson
141 N. Com'l, Salem, Ore.
We take Into consideration the
shape of your note; Tim dlstanco
your oye are apart; whether
your eyes are deep set or the op
posite; whether the lushea aro
long or short, when we make a
pnir of hIuhkch fur you. Tliut'a
part of our nervioo the service
Hint maheii glasses good to look
ut ntf well iin good to loiflt
All Around Town
Miss A. McCulloch
S!08 200 Hubbard BMg.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
(lassoi correctly. U. b. bank bldg.
V. Dowser, mayor of Hilverton, was
in tlio city yostordliy.
Dr. B. T. McIntUe, pnyalclan and
urgoon, 214 Masonic bldg. i'hono 410.
('. 1). Hartley wait in tlio city 'fues
diiy, from Hilvcrton, '
Removal. E. E. Baker, attorney, 204
Hunk of ('oniiuorco. 1'lionn -llK,
Several momberi of the Knights of
l'ythin nre arranging to attend a spe
cial session of Hie Indgn at lliililuiril
i tomorrow evening. A visit to the Hub
jbaid lodge hail iieeu ariimged for IiihI
Slltlll'.lllV l llllt WilS pOStpOIK'd.
Dr. Btone'i Drug more. tf
Tlio ninth grade of the BaJem Ilolghta
school, Hunt li of tilt1 city, gave ii sur
prise parly Inst evening to O, Ii. l'nn
iii, PmiKiKUntlH roiiil. Mr. Ihin-
lap wax formerly a teaelier in tiie Ha
leiu HeightK ncliool, ami in now generul
delivery eleik in tlio Hnlem postofl'iou.
Dr. Stone's Drug 8tor. tf
To Help You Choose the Electric Cleaner
So many claims have been made for
various electric cleaners that you are
puzzled, no doubt, to know which really is
To help people decide this really im
portant matter, we are now demonstrat
It is by far a more thorough cleaner, than any
other, because it is an electric carpet sweeper as
well as nn electric cleaner. The patented electric
driven brush of the Hoover sweeps up all lint, hair,
thread, etc., and shakes to the surface the grit and
dust imbedded in the carpet, so that the suction gets
all the dirt.
MADE IN FOUR SIZES. ,
Come see the difference that the electric brush of
the Hoover makes demonstration now in progress
every afternoon. Call whether you wish to buy or not
The Store of Housewares
133 NORTH LIIJEKTY ST., NEXT TO SHIPLEY'S
The White Swan have been spring
ing ' Hiirprim'H. (lood out for leiu
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stockton and
daughter, Mihs Zoo Htockton, will leave
tomorrow for a visit to the I'anama
I'ai'il'ii' exposition at Kan Fruneiaeo.
Mr. Stockton my they iuivo net nn npo-
(nil mite lor the return, but will stay
just us long as tliey aro enjoying them
For a mild amoke that satisfies try a
1ii oroua, Salem made.
The date for the final reception to
be Kiven to I h freshman elnss lius been
postponed, but it will probably be given
some time next week. Kveryone of
the DUO student of tiie high ai'hool
will bit ko part in the reception, which
will be held in the high school gymna
sium. The evening's progruni will con
sist of selections of music mid address
es by varous members of tho freshman
i'Iiihh and ofl'icers ami members of the
tions are being made, fur his reception, but that a reul, full sized balloon fell
which will bo in the nature of a joint that afternoon within, or close to. the
meeting at the iM.odern Woodmen lodge,
hi i no jici.ornacK i.anK.
The Salem Amateur Symphony or-' . . . . afternoon or rrlday, Octoher
chostra will meet h tho First Christian1 ',,,h' t"e Drager Jrnut company cx
church next Saturday evening at 7! to ull persons interested in Ore-
o'clock to resume work for the winter.!" l,r""es 1,1 "nv wl-v or io a11 P"ns
All members arc iircoil to come as well ' who llJ (lo8,r0 t() 8pe ol,r Plnnt in
us any others who desire to play. 1 operation, a cordial invitation to call
ers unit employees will be pleased to
All owners of Hoover Suction Clean
er should see demonstration every af
ternoon this week at Win. Oalsdiirf's.
la.'i X. l.ib.'ity street.
Ralph Yoho. the boy who was In
jured last Thursday evening in a
friendly scuttle with several boys, and
who wms reported by the Portland pa
pers to have died that evening, is out
of danger ami 011 the fair road to a
unick recovery, according to lr. .1. U.
Vnn Winkle. The boy la sitting up to-
nay 1111. 1 expects witnin another week
to be out 011 tho streets ngnin. In 11
friendly scuffle, a pocket knife blade
entered fully cue and a half Inches,
just above the heart, causing internal
Keeping the home clean at tho least
expense should interest every lady. Si'e
our demonstration evcrv ' afternoon.
Wm. (lalilsdorf, l;l.1 N. Liberty.
Just to show a proper fraternal spirit
an to also give tho members of their
lodge an opportunity to hear one of the
most cloipii'iit 'cnkers ill fraternal
circles, the Woodmen of the World will
not hold their regular meeting Friday,
hut will attcad the open session of the
Modem Woodmen, who will be ltd
dressed by F. li, Korns, chairman of
the board of directors of the Modern
Woo.lbum of America, llioat prcpara-
to review the finest display of
New York ami Paris Model
Suits and I)rese. Special
NR. B. E. FARREIX
The street committee of the city
council spent yesterday afternoon at
Turner, inspecting the Yoelc crushing
nuichiiic, which belongs to tho county.
A member of ttie committee stated that
the crusher seemed to be doinir satisfac
tory work. This trip of inspection was
made as it is probable that the nextll
city budget will provido for the pnr-ji
ennse. or a rock crusnor, similar to tlio 1 T
one owned by tho comity, which cost I
liWO. W. II. Cook, ns chairman, and X
a. w. aincy, ami A. 11. tluUelston, are T
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AttenUon, Sedgwick Post, O. A. R.
You will please turn out and attend
the funeral of Nclluiniel Sdori8. Co. C,
Colorado Cavalry, who"died within our
gates, at tin 11'iidortuking parlors of
Higdoa & Hichurdsoa, Thursday, Oc
tober It, at 2 o'clock 11. 111. of said dav.
Interment i.i (I. A. ft. Circle l' L.
I'otind, coniiiiiindcri 1). Webster, Adjt.
explain the modern processes and sani
tary methods used by us 111 prune pack
ing. Drager Fruit Co. OetH
MR. R. E. FARRELL
Walter S. Oleeson was yesterday
elected to the office of grand keeper
of tho records and seals of tho gran
lodge of the Knights of Pythias of the
state, to succeed L. R. Stinson, who
had held the office for 18 years.
A cablegram from Liverpool was re
ceived this morning by the Drager
Fruit company from their agents advis
ing them to nvako all shipments by
rail. The recent slide in the Panama
canal will block water shipments un
til probably tho first of the year.
Attorney E. E. Baker, who has re
cently been associated with S. T. Rich
ardson, and als formerly with K. R.
Ringo, will open offices on the second 1
floor of the Salem Bank of Commerce':
building. ITr. Baker ig one of the'
many graduates of the law department ;
of Willamette university, who arc mak
ing their way in the legal world.
Poultry growers in the county are
beginning to show nn Interest in the an- j
mini Marion county show to be held in ;
this city next January. In order to have 1
things in proper shapo and all arrange- j
ments completed in time, W. I. Staley,j
director of the agricultural department
of the Commercial club, appointed the
following committee: Walter H. Smith,
Dr. E. E. Lee Steiner, Gideon Stolz and i
Joseph H. Albert. I
Next Friday afternoon the Drager
Fruit company will hold a reception to
the people of the city who would like
to inspect a model packing plunt. It
is claimed that the process used on
prunes is the only one of its kind in the
state. Tho methods of packing are
sanitary, and the work will go on as
usual during the afternoon while the
visitors nre being taken through the
plant. Tho new building is located, at
tho corner of Trade and Cottage streets
two blocks south of the postoffiee.
Members of the Social Service Cen
ter will meet next Monday afternoon nt
5 o'clock at the public lihgiry to dis
cuss the work of the Center for tlio
coming winter. The members of the
Social Center are: Jos. li. Albert, O.
M. J-illiott, ' Max Burcn, Mis. A. Jf.
Bush, Rev. Robert S. Gill, Ur. Fred
erick Thompson,' Rov. R. F. Tischer.
Mrs. W. K. Anderson, R. A. Harris, II.
O. White, Judge Bushey and Ivna li.
A contract station of the postoffiee
department will bo established next
Friday, at tho Crown Drug company,
332 State street. This station is estab
lished for the convenience of down
town putrons and its business is con
fined to selling stamps, writing money
to review the finest display of ."'r" ?"'! ,r.ei!,,pri"tf U',1tcr9-. In ,a
-T 1 11 1 1 contract station, no parcel post pack-
JNew lork and Paris Model 1 nfroa will hn wniohn.l nt ro.miva.l Tn
Suits and Dresses. -Special 1 a station, like the one to be establish-
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eu in ine v.rown .urug store, 110 extra
force is put in to handle the business,
and those in the store do not come un
der the head of the classified service.
Those with parcel post packages to be
weighed or mniled, or postage estimated
will do their business nt the postof-licf.
New Sauer Kraut
Lemon Cling Peaches
Concords, basket.. 40c
Tokays, basket ....40c
Malaga, basket 30c
Ben Taylor, who ranks as the senior
employe in the Salem postoffico, with
a record of l!"i years laitiiful service, I
states that Monday afternoon nt 4 :."10 ,
o'clock, while at his homo, H:l7 t'en-1
tor street, he suw a large balloon, with)
a trapese instead of a basket, passing
over that part of the city, and that it
finally fell to the ground somewhere
in the northeast part of the city. Mr.
Taylor states that not only he 'himself,
saw it, but possibly a dozen of his
neighbors and that ihere is no doubt1
For Your .
$ 1 .00
Or we will' put them on
your wheel and guaran
tee them not to rattle
for 23e additional.
Scott & Scott
The Growing Bicycle
252 State Street
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SPECIAL AT THE OREGON
HIS LATEST SUCCESS
One of the Triumphs of His
Today and Tomorrow
VIOLA VERCLER HOLMAN, MARY SCIIULTZ