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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, ' SALEM, OREGON, WEDM fcSTTAr. CCT. 20. 1915.
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rew r acts w orm uonsia
It is an absolute fact, perhaps not generally, known, or if
known, not fully appreciated, that OUR PRICES MEAN A
POSITIVE SAVING worth your while on every purchase.
Of the thousands of necessary articles of Dry Goods, Shoes,
Clothing, Furnishings and Household Goods, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
Millinery, Staple Groceries, etc., that go to make
. up our immense stock, a close inspection and Careful Com
parison of -Prices will insure a
Saving of From 10 to 25 Cents on Every Dollar
Ladies and Misses Coats
Ladies' $10.00 and $12.00 Heavy
Belted Back Coats, sale price
English Kersey Coats, all
regular $8.00 and $9.00;
Misses' and Children's Coats, heavy
Wool Coats for Winter; regular
$3.50 to $8.00 values
$1.98 & $3.45
assortment of Velvet Shapes,
large or small; sale price
300 Ready Trimmed Hats, no two
alike; regular values $3.50, $4.00
and $5.00; special
Genuine Silk Velvet Shapes, black
and combination colors; Turbans,
Suits and Dresses
Ladies' $13.00, $20.00 and $25.00
Tailored Suits, serges, twills and
Scotch tweeds; on sale at
$1.90 to $12.90
Ladies' One-Piece Dresses of Serges
and Messaline Silk; regular $7.50.
and $8.00 values
Ladies' $10.00 and $12.50 Suits,
stripes, shepherd checks, etc.
Wool Nap Blankets
mil 12-1 Double , Blankets, sold
elsewhere at $3.00 it's a fact.
You can buy them here for.
Heavy Euffneck Wool Sweaters,
sold regularly at $3.50. See for
yourself. Save almost half by buy
ing them here for
Ladies' Daisy riannel Gowns, all
sizes; sold everywhere at $1.50;
you can save 50c, as our price Is
68-inch Bleached Table Linen, floral
designs; you'll pay 65c for It else
where. Save 2Ec a yard. We have
Heavy Wool Mackinaws, regular
$8.50 to $10. We bought them at a
price and can save you from $2.00
to $3.50 by selling them at
, Children's Coats
Caricule, Plush and Velvet Cord
Coats up to $4.00 and $4.50; bought
at 60c on the dollar. Sale prices
Extra Heavy Australian Wool Shirts
and Drawers; sold the world over
at $1.50 the garment. Save 50c.
Ladies' House Dresses and Kiino
nas; regular $1.25 to $1.75. Save
50c to 75c by buying here now at
49c and 98c
All Waists and Middy Blouses re
duced about one-half. $1.00 and
$1.25 Waists; $1.25 and $1.50
69c and 98c
By buying Outings, Ginghams,
Percale,, Ducks, Draperies, Galateas,
Muslins and Sheetings you save
3c, 4c and 5c
$3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 School Suits,
ages 5 to 15 years. Sale prices
mean a saving, as our prices are
$1.98, $2.35, $3.48
One case Full Size Crochet Spreads
sold regularly at $1.25. Save 60c
apiece. The sale price is
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PL, '- 300,000 INVITE THE "
PRESIDENT TO GOME
This Store Is Always Ready
To show you the latest in Men's wear. Our stock of
Complete in Every Detail
Get that suit or overcoat
early and get the full season's
You will find here the suit or
overcoat that meets your
Get that winter underwear
now while the stock is com-,
We guarantee every
The Corner Store
Cor. State and Liberty
And Suits. Our $10.00 and $12.00
numbers are good valuos at regular
price. Sale price
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
Regular $1.50, $2.00 and $3.00 Dress
and School Shoes priced for rapid
gelling at $1.18, $1.35 and
Blankets of every size, weight and
price. Double Blanket from $1
to $2.50 the pair. Salo price
68c and $1.65
There Are That Many On the
Invitation But the Balance
of Coast Joins Them
MORAN MAY MEET WILLAKD.
Now York, Dot. 20. Trunk Ifornn of
1J it tnlm rir. today atniida first in linn
fur u uiuti'h with Champion .loss Wil
lnnl Hy virtue of iiiH victory lust night
over Jim Coffey. Moron brought their
scheduled ten round bout to a sudden
Hone in the thinl round with a right,
swing to Coffey's juw which put. him
down for the count. "
t " nt 1 this blow was Htruek Coffey
hml tlie better of the, limit. The lub
li 11 giant, took the aggressive from thu'
tup of the gong. .
Read Our Ads
Compare Our Prices
FASHIONABLE FUB-TBIMMED SUITS NOW ON SALE
The Greater Chicago Store
Washington, Oct. 20. California '
invitation lo President Wilson to spend
U i h lionuyiiioun on the Pacific coast was
slated today for presentation. With it,
too, wns to no a piecn of Cnliforniii gold
from Dorothy Ktnrr, nnd a bouipiet of
.'uliforniu orange blssoins frm lather
liull. The invitation itself wns a pe
tition of :1IM),(HI0 mimes in charge of
S. Altha Mcueeny, a 11 year old
I'ho data tor the president s wedding,
however, bus not been determined Him
the president tins previously indicated
h eniinot if" t f'"' const.
Miss Margaret Wilson, tho presi
lout's daughter will return here to
morrow for the tnst tniio since ner
father's engagement to Mrs. Norman
Unit was uuiiounced. She will bo host
ess nt receptions to Mrs. Unit.
The presidential yaciit, jiuytiower,
will nrnvo next week having been ov-
t)i ii n 1 im I nnd redecorated lit Noi l oik.
will be due to a great extent to the I
new school laws, which permits the'
pupils of Marion county, us well as oth- j
er counties to attend without expense
to themselves. The new school law pro-1
vides that pupils' from any county in-:
the state, not organized under tho old
county high school law, may attend any
city high school, provided thero is no
hiirh school in their district. In all such
cases, the county pays the entire tui
tion., l'olk county comes under the old
law, and where there is no nigh school
in tho district, pupils rrom Polk county
may attend a high school wherever they ;
wish and the county will pay 40 of the i
yearly tuition, and the pupil the re
mainder. Thin new law will liuvc the effect of
The present enrollment of the Snlem ; banging fullv 200 non residents intoi
public, schools is 2,928. Superintendent the schools, all of course in the higher:
Klliott nreflicts that within a month or j grades. At Vh P ir'T ; American
. . :,, , . county are aiieuuinn ui k
nro in tue
and 2J .from
TAMPERED WITH WITNESS
Superintendent Elliott Pre
dicts Total Will Soon Be
At Least 3,700
Tiicomn, Wnsli., Oct, -0. Accused by
Island Has Population of 1,-
200,000 or 350 To the
muintniu their existence under Hicro
miseriilde ronditions. These pomlit'ons
have prevailed in l'orto Kico for many
t'liurw Willi,, mill'll hilB Imi.n fliilKi 1,1
improve the island ..-e tho Americnn lavi"K tampered with states witnesses
occupation, it has not been possible tojin a vice ease, W. W. Wingnrd, pri
make marked improvcmeiit. The fun-'jvate detective is awaiting seutenco li.V
(lamciitnl rnuse is the enormous popula-1, ludgo Itounld today, linving been found
tiou, 1,200,000 peoplb. -guilty by toe jury that tried him. The
"The present population Is about ,'ISO j maximum .lenteiu e for tho charge on
to the square mile. Tht're ore only two which Wiugnrd was tried is a year in
or three small states that have more nil or a fine of tl.uiiu, or both.
iieotdu per sounre mile: Massachusetts
i Kliodfl island nnd New Jersey.
! "The urea of the island- is
more, the total cnroiimenj win . ,hooi gcvl.u from l'olk
creased to J.suu. me niguesi wnshinirton iunior high,
pupils in the schools at one time lasi
year was 3,500, and this increase of 200
When you have a bilious at
tack, or when you feel illness
coming on promptly move the
bowels, start the liver working
and put your entire digestive
system in good shape with a
dose or two of the time-tested
outside Marion county distnctB ore m
the Grant junior high. Lincoln junior
high has about 10 pupils from out the.
' four-fifths mountainous, much of it so
! steen that it can hardly bo cultivated i
nt nil. Yet this population is so evenly
'distributed over its whole surface that
Muhonjt Lake, N. Y., Oct. 20. The , ,.cllt(,r l)f jKij.ulation is only about I
poverty, the sorrow, the misery that is five nii, ,iiNtat i a straight line)
l'orto Kico's: and what America anil frfim ,,. 1.L,ri.,,hical center of the is
can do to save the little 1 1... j
country from itself, were outlined by; n-phe population is steadily increns
A Vi. ...... 41. a I n.lu. hi.H "
This was Wingrad's second trial, tne
first jury, three weeks ago, having disagreed.
than a generation ago but are they
stronger? That's fi. grave question.
So many pinched faces, dulled eyes
nnd languid feelings make us wonder
if they will ever grow into robust,
henltlvy men and women.
If your children catch colds easily,
are tired when rising, lack healthy
color, or find studies difficult, give
them Scott's Emulsion for one month
to enrich their blood and restore thu
body-forces to healthy aclion,
Scott's Emulsion is used in privat
schools. It is not a "patent medicine",
simply highly concentrated oil-foal,
wiili,, nt alcohol or hunnlul drugs. 1
caunot harm; it Improves blood; it bene
fits lungs and ilmigiuens uie sysicm.
Your druggist bus it refuse substituted.
Bcutltt lkjwuc, Uluututiclil, N.J, 13'l
Always Watch This Ad"
FOR THE WOODSMAN
We have all kinds of Axes, Hlcdgen, Wedges, fchiws and Erpjipuionts T
lor tne woous.
All kinds' of Corrueated Iron for both Eoofs and Buildings.
A good 8()0.00 Laundry Mangel, slightly used for ono-fourth origiual
A Woodsaw complete for sate or will trade.
Two l'ouics and Harness at a price that will surprise you.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
The House of Half a Million Bargains.
302 North Commercial Htroet. Phone 808. J
three-day Lake .Mounuk conterence ,,-ri,,, I)rduction and export of eof
which began this mointng. . fw ri.inlliH n,out the same us in Hpan-
Kepreseirtativo citizens and officiuls iin tims Tho m,tput of the sugar in
of Bovernments by hundreds are here to' ,.,, . ,.,,, niultii.lied liV nix. The
I',"0'; .t,J,nt f the tuition has! di"fu"" Inl 1,or.t0 1'i''B"' -1 '.' J' "J' ! rxpuh of tobacco, cigars, etc., has been
II I T outside the ba-i"na ""'r ""'l'e""''I j increased more than nine times.
""'Irt mnnywybw" " fairs. Oov. Yager said in part: ,,.,.,, f .orto HU. BrP B
?m school district troia attending tne ,, ,-,,,- im n,,.h ,-,.iehednes and.,.. .,! .1 i.i.. i i.i.. i ti,
Halem schools. But since the new law f r,,rt0 , -" '', I I . id
,s in effect, it w" PJ n-Jwiile it K''0- Their dwellings are, made hovels, j( , tu , ,,,, ,own tho .,.
say hat hereafter ve 2o0 ' " r; '1 almost devoid of furniture ami crowd- , f ,,,. But ofllu t ,H.ir
pupil, will fcaa '''R0HUtJ!"X ou-ities J '')oJ belief. Their food consists, lhit(.d im,rvide.ce, their racial
Sulem schools nt a cost to the couuk s codfinU and beans, supplement Lu..r ' n, ,.rl,i ihn .,.
I leal climate, tlmi checks upon popula-
You will welcome the quick
relief and often ward off a
severe illness. Beecham's Pills
are carefully compounded from
vegetable products mild,
harmless, and not habit-forming.
Buy a box now. You
don't know when you may need
Beecham's Pills. A reliable
family remedy that alway3
pupil, and not taking into consideration
1 . ... invented
COsr OI equipuieni vi -.v.. , --
in buildings and grounds. At present
Lane county is sending one pupil, I -Inn
two, Yamhill two, Claekumlis oue, 111
lnmook one and Lincoln one
President Votes For
i.- in V J.. Oct. . President
.t-:i- ..iui- ft his ballot for women
suffrage, at the little fire house booth
below the Princeton university campus.
It was the first time in uisiorj iu"
the chief executive of a worn nation ,
i.b.n aunu lor urn a,". -
sphere for women,
Their wages are barely sufficient to . ti(. wi,i,-li in colder climates seem nde-
qiiato to keep the increase of the people
...11 Mitl.in tin. limits lit sulisiHtence
I seem Wkiag iuii"iig tuem.
"The only effective remedy is the
' transfer of large numbers of l'orto We
ans to some other region.
1 "There is one country only liowfully
I nti,.n In A move ninit of l'orto Hi'-Hii".
anil that is Kanto Domingo.
"I believe it to be the duty of the
I'nited Mates to make the arrange
ments necessary to make it possible
that these two neighboring Islands over
which it has assumed a certain control
should supplement each other's needs in
respect to population."
QUICK RELIEF. FROM
Get Dr. Edwards
of thousflnds since
That Is th Joyful cry of t!
Pr. Kilwanls .rmlid OHv
ulititiii lor calomel. ,
Dr. Kd wards, a prartlcln pliysltlan for I
.... i .i.n.t nnrmticpil. t.tlni( for chronic cynttl- - 3
Onlv a knot of his friends, inciuamg ; pution ami torpia i r.
.... un, to erect the one pr. tviwnrtis- unvo inm
were on oann i K'"1 , ' i....i i.ui . i,.iinu. .oililnc va.
lent , "''! ii"'.'",- at th.. lit-
tie ni.-ai-t'il d, ollv-olord taldels. They
rails Hi bowl nd llvr to mi ixirmallr.
They never forte them to unnatural action.
If you havs a "irk brown mouth" non
nnd then bid Ineaili dull, tltl fel-
suk nnua'iie "Hi"' "- - -
l,..s,l of the university.
yin.liflfT hlN biillnt, the P'csk:
strolled about the campus and then re
turned to his private csr for the re
turn tiip to Washington.
NO ASMS TO MEXICO.
Washington, Oct. 20. President Wil
son today signed embargo proclama
tion against shipping arm. and ammu
nition to Mexico to tbo opponent of
provisional President farrania.
Painted On Her Sides L
fWtle, Wah.. Oct. 20. When thfl
American full rigged ship Hirigo leaves
for Hwedish ports tomorrow with a
cargo of barky, h will be the first
of the North Pacifie vesls to have a
iireat Amerii-an flag painted on both
const iiw led. you'll find oui. k, sirr and only l,,,., 0f the gray hull, as well as the
r.leniwnt rull from one or two lull Vr. nnio (if toe vessel. The flag painted
liJwarOOIlv. Tablets at U-.Uin. . f , , , f),t
Thousanils Isk on or two every tiljhl , . . ,,,!. ...i,
lust io keep riant. Try ihwn. J(lu and Jit I wide. aptum . M. Mallet took tins
box. All uruxKlsts. . action as a "safety first" course
Xu OUr Tablet Company, Columbus, a I (gainst Oermsn submarines.
. 'rtrrt ini a
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IP . TWIJWW'WIPWIII1 1 1 mill 1 IP HIM
liWJiMilliiiiriJT'-i'' iwn r - " 1
In Air A iglii Tins
LANG A CO. r lh only
coIIm roetters on the Pacific
coast who havt) coneUtently
given lb public th benefit ol
reduced cil of green coffee.
LANG & CO.
THE "ROYAL CLUB" HOUSE
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