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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, . OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1915.
A SPECIAL SALE OFMEN'S
CROFUT AND KNAPP DERBY HATS
Our $3.00 and $3.50 numbers, extra special, your
lien here's your chance to buy a really good hat at a
great saving. Every style a good one derbies are very
popular and we urge you to pick yours from this fine lot
before your size is taken. $3.00 and $3.50 Hats for
only $2.00 each. See Liberty Street window.
NETTLETON SHOES FOR MEN -:-
A Large Showing
Comfortable Sleeping Garments
You'll find in this assortment just the style of sleeping
garment you want. They are all well made and generous
in cut. Pajamas Night Shirts and the new Pajunion
looks exactly like a Pajama; an all-one garment; let us
show you. Prices range 85c to $3.00.
Make Talks at Public Schools,
Will Be Dined by Com
mercial Club Tonight
A Special Sale of Women's Gloves,
Priced $1.50 to $1.75, Extra Value
$1.35 a Pair
Imported tan Cape and white German lamb
Gloves selected from our superb stock. This of
fering should attract all women who have glove
needs to supply, for it offers fine leather gloves
at an unusual price.
See the window display.
Special Bale of Torchon Lace, a
variety of patterns, a yard . .
Women's Knitted Toques for Winter
wear red or wliite. Your or
choice, extra special, each )0C
Special Sale of Infants' Bonnets,
formerly priced to $1.00. Your
choice while they last
Special Sale of Women's New Suits
, and Raincoats
$1.35 a Pair
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
I, 1 .v.
If Now Orleans rebuilds the old
French Market, all new, will the coffee
lie as alluring!
May ur winy nut lie alike. Yon
may ami you may not need
glasses. The only way to find
out la to have your eyes
Theu if you iiiiil glasses buy
them if you don't you will be
frankly told so.
Tn liny event you will be fairly
Miss A. McCulloch
2H8 200 lliililmrd Hldg.
All Around Town
Dr. Mendolaoun, specialist In fitting
glasses eorroctly. U. H. bauk bldg.
Greatest event of season... At Armory
touinht-I'roynim and duucinir. Tickets
A receution will h ot., n ti, n,.,n
- n - - kuo .uur
ttirium of the liijrh school Kriduv even
ing wnen tin student body will enter
tain tlu meinlierB of the freshman class
Dr. fltone'i Drug ator. tf
" - o
..Chief Deputy State Engineer E. I.
Cniitine, left Snlom thin niorniiic for
Columbia eoiinty, where he will inspect
the work now living done on Kniuicr
mi. no win retnru tomorrow.
! Dr. B. T. Mclntlra, pnysician and
surgeon, EH juasonio bldg. l'hono 440
j A reception was given Monday aft
ernoon by tho tencners of the senior
hl'li school to the teachers of the three
junior IiIcjIik. lr. t'nrl Oreu Ponov,
president of Willamette, (.'live n short
address. Themi social cutherincs will
be held onee a niontn fn the auditorium
of the high nehool, Just to rreiite a bet
ter iicipiuiittniiceship nniong the teach
em uf the upper (rnioVs.
Dr. O. IT.lrtlnv MiMWallnt. tnClmiiAjl
bleeding (rum and pyorrhea. 41ll II, S.
Hunk HI.Ik. Phono IStl. NovO
Tonight is the niKht af th Mr
dance. Special features, faney dancing,
'"K viciu-ai i.t, uijr cnurilS.
Dr. Btone'i Drug Store. tf
The armory hat Been decorated with
fines. buntinir mill I', ill. nr.. ,. ...... i
j booths erected, nil ready for the dance
o ' mis evening tiy the Ladies'
(luild of St. Paul's Kpiscopnl church.
See Stockton's window. $3.00 por
trait for itse. Ask for coupons.
Vera Louisa McDanlel, the nine
months o, baby of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Mclmniel, -J10 Mission street, died
this morning. Funeral services will
be held tomorrow .........I.. ... .
, . . ' iiit.iiiui ,i (u
i o clock from the home, with burial in
il v lew eeiueterv.
They all say: You should try tha
White iMniu lunch. .Nothing il0 it.
The rogular monthly meeting of the
Sunilnv bonrd f the First Methodist
'""eh will 1, d,l 0V(,Mi ,
s:;,."'.u'",. '",r,or ..of ''.r.h.i
n.,,,i ' senior King's
"'''I'l girls will meet in the primary
r'ni of the ehur.-h. "
I Kverything is now in readiness for
the dinner to be driven this evening at
:lo o'clock at the Marion hotel by
tiie members of the commercial club,
. to welcome George K. Hardy, executive
.secretary of the Portland Chamber of
Commerce. Already over Io0 of the
club have signified" their intention of
attending the dinner, as there seems to
'lie a general interest in Mr. Hardy, as
to whether he will bring from Portland
any idea of practical benefit to the
'citizens of Salem, and for the commer
cial club. W. M. Hamilton, president
of the commercial club will preside, and
short talks will be made bv members of
the club, besides O. M. I'lumnier and
I). C Freeman, who urn here from
Portland, in tiie interest of the Manu-
iaciurers- ana iand Products show, to
: be held in Portland fur 18 days, begin
ning next Mondav.
J Talked t Schools.
' This afternoon, Mr. Pliimmer and
1 M. Freeman gave short talks at the
j three junior high schools and at the
senior high school. Keaeh of these men
! hold prominent positions in Portland
jam! might be termed representative, as
j well as successful business men. Air.
Freeman is industrial commissioner of
the Hill lines, with headquarters at
i Portland and in his work of publicity,
I travels extensively and is naturally in
touch with the general conditions in
the state. His talks this afternoon
preached the gospel of "know your
own Oregon," and one of the best ways
jto know the state, would bo to attend
tho Manufacturers' and Land Products
jShow at Portland, not so much be
i cause it is in Portland, but from the
fact that at this show, the resourcca-of
j the state ace fully shown,
j Valua of Education.
I Tn his talks to the schools this af
ternoon, -.Mr. J'lummcr emphasized the
educational value of the Portland Land
Products' show. Aside from nririnnr n
state priilo and a desiro to know what
the state can produce, he discussed the
value fit a higher school education, and
the money spent in securing a better
education, from a standpoint of income
in years to come. To prove that the
xmni'sr investment in the world for a
young man was to eontinuo his studies,
he referred to thn earning capacity of a
young man in after life, with certain
degrees of education. If the bov stons
i"u eigmn grauo, with til
amount ot education, for the next 40
,enrs, on tne nvernge his enrnine ca
pncitv is $S00 annually. If the same
vniitn continues ms studies and mad
untes from a high school, his earning
capacity is averaged at 1200 for the
succeeding 40 years. If the young man
secures a universitv eduction, hia earn.
ing capacity, might be averaged at
mini a year.
Makes Some Figures.
By a comparison of figures, Mr.
i iiinimer Demonstrated that if the
oung man went tlirouuh the hiuh
school instead of dropping out at the
eiKmn grnue, tins extra time spent in
the school room was worth to him, on
the increased average of what lie would
earn in 40 years, fully $20 a da v. And
if the young man continued through
the, univeisity, his earning capacity,
compared to that of a boy who dropped
v..... ... in.- i-inin grade, was so much
greater, that the time spent iu school
mis worm T ill a diiv,
Tlw.f Af- iti , . .
...... ..it. i iiiminer s opinions are
worm consideration mnv be noted
from the fact that he is not n mere
ineorisr, hut nt present is a membor of
imc scnooi imnrd of Portland, malinger
mi- i iieuie international Livestock
vjpusuinn, secretary and treasurer of
me loitiiuid t mo,, .Stock Yards com
pany, mid holds one or two other posi
tions of prominence iu Portland.
Know your future, your life's happi-
uur ousiness success mnv depend
on having your fortune told. "Madame
Munscy can tell you for itfc tonight at
ouiuiig tomorrow on the ateamer
'rear Aortliern from Flavnl to San
Irancisco are H. X. Oul. of Independ
ence, nnd Mr. and Mrs. K. Krnfft, who
have been working at vaudeville at one
of the local theatres.
TEST THE RAPID
It is wonderful to see how greatly a
small quantity of Poslam and a few
applications will benefit diseased, erup
tional skin. Often after brief treatment
the improvement is startling.
Poslam works quickly upon Eczema,
Acne and stubborn- itching skin tro
ubles. Itching is allayed. Pimples are
reduced. Scalp Scale, Chafing Feet,
Hashes, Inflamed Complexions, all are;
easily subject to its soothing influence.!
As to soups, you should know that
Poslam Soap, medicated with Poslam,'
is unsurpassed in richness and those:
qualitie which make for skin health.
For samples, send 4c. stamps to Em-
ergeney Laboratories, 32 West 2"th St., I
New York City. Snl.l bv all Druggists, j
:: It Is Supposed
Dr. Asseln, dentist, Bank of Com
Track is now being laid on the Cen
ter street bridge at Fourteenth street
I and with the average progress of the
work, the workmen are of the opinion
that the bridge will be open for traf
fic within a week.
The Maccabees will hold their first
social session of the season this evening
at the McCornack hall. A program for
the evening's entertainment has been:
arranged, and it is expected that J. W. ;
Sherwood, state commander, will deliv
er a short addresB.
Se the Duplex Alegar Ranse. hnrn.
coal, wood and gas. Union & Hamilton.
HoUls Vick, the ll-year old daughter
of tieorge Vick, was operated on for
nppendicits at the Salem hospital Mon-
She is under the care of Dr. W.
Our One-Half Stock Sale at
THIS SALE STILL CONTINUES AND IS OAIN1NO TUBLIC FAV
OR. COME TODAY AND OET THAT XMA8 PRESENT OR THAT
FURNITURE YOU HAVE NEEDED SO LONG.
JLOK. COURT & HIGH STS.
i-l dlH.illctlO, .1. 'k "mP
The fire department arose at 5-3n
this morn ni i .U"H
i -d iu f?.. s:ur7.,:'r
( soil who culled sid tl,(. fil ,.. , Jr
( . Viltecnth nd Court or Fourteenth
- ' ( ouit or it might be on (Vnter
stree somewhere. The engine, raced
o the scene but 'found no fire d
imglitj few smokes arising from tlu.
ninneys however, they found an arc
light tlmt somewhat resemble! a firff
n uie tog nut they refrained from put
ting it out, '
Free demonstration at thla store, all
tins week, liniilox Alcarur Uance burn,
eoal, wood nn.l tfa. .ikiren & Hamilton.
Ex Congressman Blnger nermann1
wrote t, Secretary of state Olcott to
day to find out who was responsible for
the name of "Coos" npplied to a cer
tain county on the rmi.i ,,f .1,.
Coos county w,, formed by tK )reK,j
III ICglMlltUtO III ISM mid
lull eventing the euunlv of C(.
introduced l.v (i... n' 1...1
records do not show
for the name which is vviilcatlv of In I
din origin. Mr. Hermann stated that'
he was ndlectiiig some data en the sub
Tha ideal rang la here at last. tw
ranges iu one, the Duplex Alrarar'
. iwiiiKT- i.uriiK cuni. woo.1 and y.'is. Itu-
I wish to hereby express our grati
tude for tho kindness and sympathy of
friends rendered . P. and O. H. Kyle,
in their sickness and death, and to the
Grand Army Post for their assistance.1
H. J). TATMAN,
Fastor United Brethren Churcii. ;
Tor the Elks' meeting tomorrow ev-j
eniug, an entertainment committee has!
been appointed, consisting of A. L. I
Wallace, William Patterson and Oliver!
Myers. This committee is preparing a
special entertainment as the first ono
of the social season.
At the sessions last evening of the
Knights of Pythias, short talks were
made by J. C. Perry, W. B. Oilson and
J. A. Hadcliffe, telling of the meet
ing of the grand lodge of the state at
Portland which they attended as dele
gates. Walter S. Gleeson, recently
elected G. IC. R. S, nannunced that he
would make Salem his home and would
continue the office in this city.
Already concert parties ate being
formed at Dallas, Woodburn, Monmouth
and Independence to attend the recital
to be given here on the evening of Oc
tober 20, by Madam .Tomelli, under the
auspices of the Orpheus Male chorus.
It is expected that Monmouth will send
a large number, as the people of tlii
town are always interested in high
grado musical entertainments.
Fred E. Mangia is home after a three
months' absence nt Poseburg, where
ho hud ehnrge of the business of tin
Drnger tnnt company, besides the
plant at Myrtle Creek. He reports th
prune crop m Douglas county about
an average, but that the size was much
larger than of forn.er years, and of ex
tra fino quality. For tho present, Mr.
dinngig win rem-un in the city with
tne wrnger fruit company.
W. F. Ricker, of Portland, reported
tne loss ot his auto to the .Salem polici
at noon today. The machine disappear
cd from in front of the Crown Drug
company and about five minutes later
wns located by the officers in front of
the Perry drug store. Mr. Kicker wns
visiting the drug stores iu the interest
ot a serum that lie is introducing
inruugu tne Btaio and it is possible that
the intelligent car anticipated his next
move and hurried to the neighboring
drug store ahead of the owner.
Order your, garage and Just wait a
few hours until everything is ready for
your car, seems to be up-to-date idea
in garage building. Within five hours
after the Work was started. John Much!
of ;t7 South Twelfth, drove his car
into a completed garage, built by the
Spaulding Logging compuny. This gar
age is known as the Spaulding " F.asy
bilt." The sectional parts of the gar
age are made at the plant and can be
set up, including the floor, within a few
hours. A Ford six garage costs about
Til, while larger sizes run up as hieh ns
vumca money go as far
The Most in Style
The Most in Quality
The Most in Service
-You will find all of this and
more at our store.
No matter if Overcoat, Suit
Underwear or furnishings you
will always get more value
here than elsewhere.
" Suits and Overcoats
$10 to $30
G. W. Johnson & Go.
141 N. Commercial St.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
THE PRISONER "ESCAPED"
Everett, Wash., Oct. 111. A prisoner
A. Moreno, who set fire to the Kilnnn.1.
! jail in an effort to escape was overconw
by fire and smoke and is dead todnv
AVilliain H. Porter was arraigned in
justice court this morning on a charge
of larceny. Porter waived preliminary'
hearing and was bound over to the
grand jury under $200 bonds. He wus
unable to raise the bonds todny and
wns taken back to the county jail,
where he has been since his arrest.
George Moore, who resides' seven
miles south of this city, reported to
Sheriff Esch that his house wns entered
and robbed Monday, srr. Moore was
not at home at tho time and the robbers
crawled through a window in the rear.
A watch, some small change and some
shot-gun shells were taken. Tho rob
bers left no cluo behind them.
The Facific States Securities com
pany lias brought suit against the Unit-j
ed States Land and Title and Legacy j
company, E. M. Green and J. C. Perry.'
This is a suit to foreclose a mortgage i
on lots i, 5, 8, 9 and 11, Sunnysiile
Fruit farm No. 13 and some other prop
erty in the same vicinity. The plaintiff
asks a decree of foreclosure nnd that
the sheriff be directed to pny $2,500 1 This affords
with interest and $230 to ihe plaintiff j those who have
and the remninder to go to K. M. Green ; ,iayt but have
Will Begin Monday,
sumect to a
mortgage held by Jv C.
n opportunity for
o work during thi
desire to incrraao
their efficiency, to do so by attendaucc
at our night sessions.
We will tench the following hvaiiclion
A suit lins been filed in the circuit
court bv the state or Oregon against i if a sufficient number enroll fur eacfc
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Mr. Hansen is the owner of a planing kceninz. Shorthand. Stcnot.vny, Sm-H-
mill in this citv and that he' has re-linir. Peiiinaushiii. Typewriting id
fused to pay the fees tor the annual in
spection of the plunt by the stnte, lubor
commissioner for three years. The fee
is $10 and the plaintiff asks for the
recovery of $30 with interest and the
costs of the suit. The action was
brought by the lubor commissioner
through District Attorney Ringo.
San Francisco 114
Salt Luke 104
IOs Angeles 109
II. Hyrd, and today is reported to be
getting 111011,5 nitisf-ictorly.
Finished here, photo enlargements for
l'8c at Stockton's. Ask for coupons.
It was learned today that the owners
of the Snlcm Plourinir Mills, which
were burned September 27, have not figures that expenses for the coming
ns yet made any decision ns to the ft year enn be kept down, and the levy
tore of the property. A fence will bo held to seven mills. No action wns tnk-
placed around portions of the property en regarding the appointment of a
to prevent any possible injury from the school physician, nor ns to whether the
standing frame w ork, or water power suit In tiie chimney cases, decided
use.! by the Farmers Warehouse. nirnliist the district, should be appentcd.
Although the assessed valuation of
the property in the Sulem school dis
trict is $.rlt,5ri(l less than last venr. the
school board at their meeting last even-
inir. ill lirei.nrmo. tl.mi. l.ii.l....
next year, felt confident that the lew 1 1
will reninin the same ns one venr n'o. '
seven mills. This reduced valuation on j
a seven mill basis, will give the bontd
$:t.li'.,ll.S,r) less thnn Inst year. Even with
this reduced amount, nnd after paving j
u per ceni or tne noiuled indebtedness, j
a payment renuinnii $1.1.000. the bonrd I
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Spanish is now attracting unusual at
tention on account of this country'
growing trade with South American
countries. A successful teacher of fic
year's experience will have charge tf
Vernon i7 103
Oakland ill' 10!)
Portland 77 111
At Sun Francisco Ouklnnd
2, San Francisco 1.
At Salt, Lake Salt Lake 12,
Los Augcles 4.
At Los Angeles Portland 3,
The principal will be in his office on
Friday and Saturday evenings of thi
week to talk with any who iesir
High and Ferry Sts.
'Salem's Best Market Place
FANCY KING AFTLES
Pox 7Sc 12 ll' 2r,
Pushd Vc Musket 10c
Mincemeat, pound 13"
Wliite Fig, pound l"o
Pluck Flg, 3 u.uiids 2.V
I'ninberrles, pound- lo
Outages, iloieu 60C
Fancy Lemons, doyen C5c
ltauna, doren , 30C
Quinces, 12 pounds 23
Fancy Hib Koast, lb 18c
Pot Jioast, lb 140
Short Kibs, lb 12 l-2c
Prisket, lb He
Pure Hamburger, lb 15c
T.otn ( hops, lb igc
Hib Chops, lb i
Shoulder Koast, 11 12 1-2C
Leg Honst, b 17c
Pure Pork sansage, lb 15c
Spring i'hix, lb orj
Young Hem, lb 22c
151 Nortl High Straat . Grocery Phont 830; Meat Fhone 810
Grocery Specials For
Thursday and Friday
36c per pound
10c per square
BEST HARD WHEAT
$1.45 per sack
16 LBS. ONIONS
'tic 'of fee 30c
30,. Coffee 0.5c
L'.V Coffee ', ' .". 20c
11 LBS. SWEET POTATOES
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUIT
EUY FOR CASH AND SEE
Damon & Son
853 Com 'I St, phone 68
For some one who Viiim" a
homn eheiin Modem linityulow t;
I rnmnfl ltntl, inil.tt electric liirht. hsr.
i large 'lot, price l 1,000; terms.
property is well worth l-"oo.
L Bechtel & Co.
347 State Street. Vhoa IU
When In SALEM, OREGON, atop
Free and Frivata Baths
RATES 75c, 11.00, $1-50 PEB ?.A'
The only hotel in the business dut
Nearest to all Depots Tbeutrei
A Home Away from Hoir.e
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phonea. Tree Auto Bus-
Close to Salem, iK'jrly ul"k'
cultivation, o acres of fi'"'1
celery land, can he irrigate!,
nr cr cash: no tnnle-7
nee.l the money.
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