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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCT. 14, 1915.
Special Sale Women's New Fall Suits up to $40.00, sale price . .
See window display
Special Sale Women's New Raincoats, sale price
See window display
$4.39 to $16.65
ing, October lo, 5:30 to S:30.
30c; ciiiMreri under 12, loc.
Elizabeth Head, commander; Mrs. Eliz
abeth Van Winkle, lieutenant com
Notice To Our Customers
We wish to state that our Wednesday Surprise Sale of Cotton Batts at 79c
which took place yesterday as advertised was an extra value at that price, for
the same batt sells in our competitors' store at $1.00. On account of our big
surprise offer our competitor offered batts at, 70c after many of our patrons
had purchased ours at 79c. To protect our customers and our name of never
being undersold we remarked them to sell at 50c and we were completely sold
out, disposing of over 100 batts. All who purchased batts at the first price
will be rebated 29c on each batt upon presentation of their duplicate sales check
We are never undersold and at all times stand ready to protect our customers
and our sales events.
Night Wear for Men
You'll find a varied assortment of Men's Night
Shirts and Pajamas in our Men's section. Fine
quality outing flannel gowns cut generously and
well made, 85c to $1.75 each
Pajama Suits $1.25 to $2.50
"Pajunion" the new night garment all one gar
ment but looks just like pajamas, $1.25 to $1.75
The House of Quality
1 N? J JLk.
W i ff
$3 photo enlargement 98c, t Stock
ton '. .Ask for coupon!!.
At a meeting of the student body of
the Lincoln junior high whool, the fol
lowing officers were elected: I're.'ident.
Walter Blumenberg; viieprei-ident,
JJohn Miller; secretary, ilifS Ifabel
Gardner; treasurer, John Mull; ser
geant, Albert Koberts. Thene offices
I of the student hodv w.il have charire
of the general activities of the three
junior high schools. Athletic clasws
will be organized next v.tek, and with
in a short time the Lincoln junior hijh
school will take up Work to get in line
with the best junior liife'h schools of
Photot enlarger for 98c, with each
1 purchase at Stockton's.
Eight prisoners were brought to the
state pen this niornine from The Dalles; On the afternoon of Friday, October
by the Wa.ieo county officers. This is: loth, the Droger Fruit company ex
ttie result of the recent term of the cir- tends to all persons interested in Ore
cnit court in that county wiiich has just gon prunes in any way or to all persons
cleared the docket. The sentences were: I who would desire to see our plant in
11 months to two year, for adultery; i operation, a cordial invitation to call
one to -'0 years for a statutory crime; I at the plant. At that time our offi
one to seven years for larceny from a cers and employees will be pleased to
store; two to 20 yen i s for forgery; ' explain the modern processes and sani
two to 15 years for 'soliciting for a wo-tary methods used by us in prune pack
man of ill fame; 2 to years for burg-iing. Droger Fruit Co. OctH
ilarv; and two received sentences of1 but that a real, full sized balloon fell
bv.that afternoon within, or close to, the
A meeting to especially consider
vocal infections has been called
by Dr. H. .1. Clements, secretary of
the Polk-Yamhill-ilariou Medical soci
ety. Besides the members of this so-
cietv, the dentists of the city nave
been invited, and Dr. F. L. Utter has
Th. Vnmin'i Ttenefit neevis firm of . rhea Alveolaris. Another paper to
the Maccabees met last evening and iu-be read is one by Dr. J. Earl Else, of
stalled the following officers: Mrs. I Portland, who will take for his subject,
Y"...l I 11 t i n ti frmn til A St Hrnl I rOlllt !
mander; Mrs. Kaia Smart, past com- loiiowmg tnese iper u
mander; Mrs. Melvina eloper, chaplain; j
Mrs. Jennie Miller, record keeper; .Mrs.
Caroline Bushnell, finance auditor;
Mrs. Minnie Baker, lady at arms; Mrs.
Edna Kitterman, sergeant; Mrs. Kath
erine Babbington, sentinel; Mrs. Emma
Smith, pickett; Mrs. Nellie Maund,
musician; Mrs. Viola Swarts, captain;
Miss Heba Beers, color bearer, Xo. 1 ;
Miss Tobina fcteivang, color bearer, Xo.
2: Ensigns, Miss Gertrude fcwarts and
I Miss Myrtle Herdlein.
I from one to 10 years for larceny
Chicken pie supper. The ladies of the
Central Congregational church, Xine
teenth and Ferry, will serve a chicken
pie supper at the church, Friday oven-
plater, both of this city. The meeting
will be held in the auditorium of the
Oregon state' hospital at 7:3u oVloyk
next Tuesday evening, and is open to
McMinnville, Or., Oct. 14. $u,i0Ill
has this section of Oivgon been
as it was today over t)i .
rest of William Branson, 22, ad Jj
William Booth, 30, in louuection wit
the murder of the woman's hul.n,,i
lasr Friday at Wilamina.
shot to death.
l,.H7ttl iT a WffA I 111 rir 1. . " ..
all who are interested in preventative, ",-,v .
I " " J " "! It Q,J.
I v eloped that Booth hal an.-uyd
i r o ni minim ii nil ucv n ts .
Hransou. both were being .uM jn -
l i! mis. ur c onaiuui! iur iiriiiiii nr tk
,he We. V. I. S,a.ey: Vnn ofis
tile COllCC, aitnumra tma iu inc
that within the last few years, he has ,
ammlipil inanv business men in tiiat;
Among trie stuaenis uus iau neim- .
iug the Caiutal Business ( ollege, .arei
section of the state with students from
barged with the sihwl
commission of the crime and yf.
Booth with being an accomplice.
Both prisoners are members of ninn.
the college. Those registermgthm)-,-
eer families. Mis. Booth is the mothir
the last two weeks, all from Uregon, i
are: George Disbrow, Dee; .1 13. Ash- the province of Alberta, a s).e.-ial rc
enfelter, Mikkalo; Mane Griffin, Da 1-, ,.e.ltion ,.ominittee has been appyintfl
las; John Tweedie. Woodbnrn; I rank , w j stalev. director of the ari-
rseisnee, .woro; wmar n. inn,,, eultural department ot the commercial
las; J. H. McKinmc, Jn.lepcndence; i ciub They will have general charge of
M. VanXuys, Turner; J. W. Alauk, In-!tnc meetiu2. ,0hu H. Scott is haii
,lej.endence: E. E. Addison, lndepend- j man al, BOting -with him are Oeorte
ence; W. W. Barry and Georj-e D. Bar-1 w j0hnson, Jr.. V. H. Steusloff. 0. 0
ry, Kii-hmonil; Edith Kaino, MrshIield.(.onstal)ei F j Ruicrt, and kWl
0 jCatlin. President Kerr, of the I. A. t;,
In order to handle the crowds that and several others from tiie co!lc n
will attend the armorv .Saturday a-: expected to be here for the afternoon
ternoon to hear the address of Duncan and especially to hear the talk of .M.
Marshall, minister of agriculture for Marshall.
All Around Town
Lyon fit you
The Hob Nob.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glsisei correctly. U. B. bank bldg.
J. O. Jones, district manager of the ;
Woodmen of the World for the Hnlem
district, was in Hulrm today on busi
Bess. Mr. Jones resides at Met.ger.
Reliable piano tuner, Phone 235-1 J.
Mlsa Bess Smith, a stenographer In1
the office of the statu trciisurer, has re-1
turned to this city after u vacation of j
10 weeks spent iu visiting iu Wvom-,
! (( j
Dr. B. T. Mclntlte, pnysiclau and
liugeon, 214 Masunic bldg. l'honu 440. j
NuBone corsets sold by Mine. Lyon
at the Hub Mob.
The special offer of $2.75 for a year's
subscription to the Dally Capital Journ
al, Farm Magazine has been extended
to November first. This Is a bargain
everyone should take advantage of, for
so big an offer Is seldom made.
Dr. Stone's Drug Store.
The Trauen Vereln held their first
meeting of the full ycsWrduy at the
home of the Hev. George Kindlier, lOSO
Ntnte street. This society is the wo
men's club of the Lutheran Christ's
Evangelical church on Mute street.
State; Highway Engineer. Cantlne
Ii-ftHalem ttiduv for Hood Kiver t o look i
over the contract of the Newport Land
I onstriiction rompiiiiv on Columbia,
Uygrnde is a Salem made cigar of un
sin passed iuality.
, E. Stricklin, an assistant engiu-
eer in the ottice or Mate r.nuineer
Lewis, Iiiin returned from milking n sur
vey nloAg Trout creek and May creek
in Jefferson mid Wasco couutirs. This
" survey win made in accordnnce with
O. E. Burtnett pleaded guilty to a1 the adjudication of the water rights of
ennrue oi senium inioMciuiiig lupior t lit) residents in this vicinity,
to one ishiimoiis in municipal court yes
terday nnd was given a fine of fUn bv
City Kecorder Elgin, llurtiiett paid
AT HALF PRICE
The Wexford was closed this after
noon by P. 11. D'Arcv. According to
a statement made this afternoon bv
Mr. D'Arcy, the theatre will be opened'
Friday evening under entirely new.
4 . ' 1...!
iiiuuKi-iiii.-iii. ji rimt-mcius are ueing , m
made today for the best films that areiJ
to be found in Portland, ami hereafter M
only the highest grade of pictures will ,
If you haven't tried a White Swan 13
lunch you are missing something. H
,$35 Brass Bed, heavy con- CI 7 CA
tinuous post and fillers jpll.JU
?30 Bed, extra heavy fillers ffl C AA
and husks ffi J.VU
824 Bed, Acorn top and post, fflO A A
several heavy fillers ltUV
$18 Bed, two-inch contlnu- qQ Art
ous post, five heavy fillers... yl.UU
$15 Bed, two-inch post, (M FA
six heavy fillers . .J J I .DU
$12 Bed, two-inch post with
Bed Room Furnishings
S35 Birdseye Maple Dresser, 24x40
French bevel plate 117 CA
S27 Birdseye Maple Chiffonier, 16x
20 French bevel plate (P in rjj
$27 Mahogany Dresser, 22x28 French
bevel, plate M O C A
$24 Solid Oak Dresser, 22x28 French
bevel plate ffl O A A
mirror - $1.UU
$18 SoUd Oak Chiffonier, 16x20 French
bevel plate CQ AA
$20 Dull Ash Dresser, 22x28 French
OUR STOCK LI
Buffets, China Closets g
$26 Quarter Sawed Oak
$34Quarter Sawed Oak C17AA
Buffet .: pll.vU
$45 Colonial Quarter Sawed (POO CA
Oak Buffet .. y&C.dV
S42 Quarter Sawed Oak ffOI AA
China Closet . il.Uu
$39 Colonial .Quartered Oak fl1Q CA
China Closet tpw.Jv
$30 SoUd Oak China ffl C Art
Dr. Stone'i Drug mora.
Mine. Lyou of Boston Is allowing this
season's new model cornets." 1IH Coin-mercial.
" County Judge Gunning, of Wasco
county; J. I,. Kelly, Leslie Hutler, of
Hood Hiver; Judge Cornelius and Com
missioner Frye, of Clatsop county; Dis
trict Attorney Fulton, of Astoria, nod
County Judge Cltirko, of Columbia
county, were in Salem yesterday to at
tend a meeting of the" state highwiiy
commission which was held lit the state
house yesterday afternoon.
Dr. C. Hartley, specialist, Inflamed,
bleedi.ig gums and pyorrhea.. 416 U, S.
Hank llldg. l'hone ISO. NovB
Conrad Homyer, who has been in Ta
conia for the past six months, re turned
to the city yesterday to make this his
perinnnent home. After spending six
months or more nwnv from the citv, he
decided that Salem was about the best i
home town in the northwest. J
The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Paul
Parish will meet with Mrs. Frances'
Newberry, 14th ami Center street, to
morrow afternoon. Please bring mite
To Help You Choose the Electric Cleaner
So many claims have boon 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 an electric cleaner. The patented electric
driven brush of the Hoover sweeps up all lint, hair,
thread, etc., and shakes to the surface the grit anil
dust imbedded in the carpet, so that the suction gets
all the dirt.
MADK 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 NOKT1I LIBERTY ST., NEXT TO SHIPLEY'S
Is This Your Boy ?
You cannot expect him
to be interested in his
school work, if he cannot
see clearly. Glasses may
tie just what he needs; un
less you are positive your
boy's eyesight is alright
you should have his eyes
examined. I am making a
Specialty of fitting chil
dren's eyes correctly. No
extra charges for exam
ination. If glasses are not
required I positively re
fuse to supply them.
Dr. 31. P. Mendelsohn
Rooms 210-211 U. S. Bank
Building, Phone. 110.
HOME SFURNSHtK S
COR. COURT & HIGH STS.
All New Stock In This Sale
Library Tables, Etc.
SH Quarter Sawed Oak C19nfl
Table with cane ..end ylL.VV
$;!0 Mission Wax Table, sire ffl P A A
top 29x18 pl J.UU
$35 Colonial Table, slie top ffy
$55 Genuine Leather Couch, CfJ CA
size 31 lul by 6 ft. 9 In. yLt.OV
$ 12.50 Genuine Leather Couch, MU
Mou loose cushion ffOI OC
$:5 Monarch Bed Couch ff 1 0 C A
uphulsteroil, brown denim ... y'""'
Dining Room Tables
$56 Table, 51-inch, 8 ft. ev- ffOO AA
tension, plank top pO.Uv
$30 Table, 48-inch, 6-ft. ex- CI C AA
tension, square base plD.UU
$C5 Table, 45-inch, 6-ft. ex- (MO rrt
$24 Tabic, 42-inch, 6-ft; ex- fflo AA
tension, quarter sawed dak ... y l.w
$tJ0 Genuine Leather Daven- ffJA nr
port, dufold style pjU.UU
$35 Chase Leather Daven- ffl 7 TA
port, unifold Btyle .. fl.DU
Chairs and Rockers
S20 Bent Back Oak Bocker ffl A AA
with leather seat iflv.Vw
$19 Kingcraft Chair, goat- CTA CA
skin auto seaf yV.OJ
$18 Oak Bocker, reinforced fiQ AA
back with Wtither seat pMU
$17 Quarter sawed Oak ff O CA
Bocker with padded back...... yO.OV
$14 Quarter cawed Oak 1700
Bocker with leather seat P UV
$8.50 Leather Seat Rocker Cyl OC
with auto cushion yiMO
AT HALF P
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