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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, OCT. 22. 1915.
MEN'S ALL WOOL
The snappy modish
That is made of excel
lent fabrics and have
the correct lines tai
lored right in them to
stay for the lige of the
Dressy, Durable Suits and all Mod
erately Priced from $10 to $35
A Line of Boys' and Young
Men's Overcoats 33 1-3 Less
These are exceptionally
MEN'S CLOTHING, BROKEN
LINES FOR .
$7.50, $8.50. $9.00. $10.00
The regular prices of these
Suits are $15, $2Q and $25
Men's Dress and Negligee
Shirts, 75c Values
Men's Work Sweaters, in
Men's Black, Tan and Grey
4 nairs for 25c
The Biggest and Best Work
Shirts in the country
Men's Ribbed Drawers and
Undershirts, full weight and
superior quality, special 45c
TODAY AND TOMORROW
In Israel ZangwilTs
Ye LIBERTY THEATRE
10c BARGAIN PRICE 10c.
Always the Best Pictures.
HIERESI IN CITY
No Contest In Three Wards-
Present Incumbents Out
Barryraore Great In
"The Incorrigible Dukane")
TRY SALEM FIRST
tALtm COMMtRCIAL CLUB
MEN'S SUITS MADE TO
$15 to $35
Fit and Satisfaction
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Ono cent per word each inser
Copy for advertisements un
der this heading should be, in by
2 p. m.
niONE MAIN 81.
FOR KENT Furnished room with
board, 455 N. Summer, l'uone 134".
WANT HI) TO RENT Small farm, 'Ml
to 40 aeres preferred. F. W, H., eare
BUTTERMILK It you want fresh
buttermilk delivered daily or weeklv,
phono JJ5. Uct25
$1000 TO IX)AN On Rood farm securi
ty at 6 per cent for n number of
years. Must bo first mortgage. Ad
dress "Loau" rare Journal. Oi't-3
FIR WOOD $3.50
AV ANTED Waiter
for ear at
SECOND GROWTH FIR $3.50, de
livered. Fhoac 311. Novl
FOR SALE OR TRADE One acre of
choice laud on rock road, Bitiall houpe.
good well, not frr from car line. Will
talio small amis,? in city and pay the
difference. Phone 470. Oct22
FOR SALE Oak bedroom set,
143 Court atreet.
FOR SALE 3 cows and one
bull. Phone 29F12, after 7 p.
FOR RENT Suite of 2 rooms and
sleeping room, with bath. 212 S. Cot
FOR KENT Five Tooni modern house,
close in. $12.00. inquire 110 Marion
FOR SALE A square Hallct & Davis
piano, excellent tone. A bargain.
Phone 74 1M. Oct23
H11EEP WANTED Some strictly high
grade young ewes. AddreBS 17, enre
WOMAN WANTS WORK H the day
or hour. Apply corner N. Capital
and Jefferson street. , Oet22
WANTED Responsible rartp h 1
ulentv of mature to take some good I
shares. Address il eare oi
In Portland Schools
WAS NEWS OF ONE
V YEAR AGO TODAY
John Barrymore, whose
dims success in the Famous
Film company's productions of "The
Man From Mexico," "Are You a Ma
sont" aud."The Dictator" has pained
for him a world wide reputation as
a screen comedian, is now being seen
by large, laughing, side-splitting au
diences at the Grand theatre in that
company's five-part film version of
the comedy melodrama, "The Incor
rigible Dnkaue, " by tleorge C. Shedd.
From the very opening of this ex
traordinary feature, John Burry-
moro impressed his large audience
that not only is he supreme as a
screen comedian, but that in more
dramntic moments lie measures fa
vorably with any of the dramatic
screen artists as well.
' When circumstances bring him out
to the big dam being built by hirf
wealthy father in the garb of a
I trnmp, his own clothes having been
i stolen from him previously, he finds
! many goldi'n opportunities of couvey
i ing the humorous incidents that de
i vol op in his own inimitable manner
across to the audience. And, then,
wheu suddenly faced by the realizn
I tion that the superintendent and
chief engineer of the dam nre can-
ningly riddling and swindling his fa
ther, and of his attempt to blow the
nearly eompk-ted dam to hits to cov
er up his e.Tokeu worn,. John Mnrrv
mnre lays aside his familiar eometfy
work and looms up strongly, almost
magnificently, as an artist of dra-:
mntic work. He is at all times mus
ter of each and every thrilling inci
dent ami situation that follows this
sudden realization which eventually
brings about the denouncement of
the superintendent and his own real
ization thnt there are other things in
life, than having "good times." Di
rected by James Durkin, surrounded
by an admirably chosen cust, su
perbly mounted interior settings and
wonderful exterior scenes, John Bar-
I rymore in "The Incorrigible Dukane"
I will undoubtedly remain long in the
miuds of the thousands wh see him.
No one who wishes to enjoy an tin-
1 usual photoplay should miss this
I ' tf
i J . ' v" '
Who appears at the (Jrnnd theatre
Friday and Nut unlay in that exceed
ingly fuuuv eomedv, "The Incorrigi
ble Dukane; "
Portland, Or., Oct. 22. The principle ,
of military training in the high schools'
of Portland today has the approval ot
the school board.
Although military training wiM not I
bo a direct part of the school curricu-1
linn, the boerd unanimously agreed late1
yesterday, in adopting a resolution of
recommendation- drawn up by a teach-1
er's committee, to encourage highi
school students to join the state niili-1
tin and graduation credits in their j
school work will be grunted for at-,
tendance, at drills. I
The adoption of the recommendations
in mitilic s-hools wimu at nines was
German left wing re-inforco-meiite
didn't prevent an allies'
I'dvnnce at La Basse,, r'raaco
en id. France retook Altkirch,
I'iiu- Alsace, unofficial report
Belgium nnd Prance line suc
cesses unit Vser canal and Dix
mudo advances were reported
by Germany also a Russian ro
pulse vest of Augustowo. Cap
tur' of Przcmyal fortifications
and toe re-occupation of Ciu'rn
owicz, mpitiil of Crowuland,
Bukowina, was reported by Vi
enna. Germans were retreating in
Russian Poland and liiovhivj
back in the river Wartho be
fore Russian advances, J'etro
The German cruiser Karl
sruhe has sunk 12 British mer
chantmen off the Canary is
lands, London snid. Copen
hagen reported 30 armored
lighters being constructed at
Kiel to take German troops to
the English coast.
The Japanese captured n Gor
ninu ii.stK.yer fleeing from tho
bombardment lit 'Kiuo-thau
Big Mermen Try
To Dodge laxpaymg
Tucoma, Wash., Oct. 22 -"Appeals by
both sides are contemplated today in the
suit for reduction of taxes in Pierce
county by the Northwestern Improve
ment company and the Weyerhaiiser
Timber company, which was decided by
Judge Clifford of tho superior court
late vesterdav in favor of the corpora
tions. Tho decision menus that Pierce
i The fain pie ballots for the primary
'eitv election to be held Monday. No-
iveinber 1, were received tYom the
'printers today by City Recorder Elgin.
I The ballot coutain the names of II
candidates for eouncilmen in the seven
wards of the city but as there is no
contest in the first three wards the ex-
tr eaudi lates r.re to fight it out in I
the other four wards. There ure twol
candidate ill the fourth ward, three ia!
i the fifth, two in the sixth, and four
n the seventh ward.
j The tiiuo has long expired for the
i filing of nominating petitions but tiie
Minnies may be written in at the polls.
However, there appears to be little
election stir or electioneering afloat
in tho city and it is expected that tiie
primary election will arouse but little
interest except in the wards in which
there are contests.
The candidate for alderman of the
tirst ward is It. N-. Hoover, the pics
out incumbent. The candidate for tho
second ward is ex-Cnnnc ilinnn Frenk S.
Ward. From the third ward. Otto .1.
Wilson, the present incumbent is a
, aadidate. In the fourth wind, C. II.
Jones nnd J. F. Jones, too present coun
cilman, urn candidates and it is prac
tically certain that Jones will be elect
ed. In the fifth ward. Levi MoCrnek
ea, C. M. Roberts and George. J. Wilbur
would serve the city, and in the sixth
ward T. J. Kress a id James McClcl
Inud, tho present councilman, lire can
didates. II. L. Clark, N. D. Elliott.
Amos Vas niul John K. White are all
candidates for the position in the sev
Few have selected slogans and those
I selected are all practically the same as
IK. N. Hoover would be: "At all times
for tne best interests of wind and
citv. J, t. Jones would "Act tor the
best iiitt-reHts of .ward a:id city" and
.liiiies CeClelluud says "I will act for
tho best interests of my ward and
city." John F. White says he will
"Favor efficiency and economy."
county will lose approximately $25,0ilf
in tuxes. The two companies sought
reductions on 120,000 jcres which
would have totaled $70,0011 if grunted
The court found "constructive
fraud" on the pint of the former as
sessor. It was pointed nut that when
the stato law wits changed as to as
sessment of property from a 30 to n 50
per cent basis, the ussessor reduced all
property proportionately except, timber.
some great values,"
said a traveling man
a few days ago, as he
looked at some of the
$15 Suits and Over
coats we were display
ing in our windows.
Well, we are. Why
shouldn't we? The
necessary policy of this
store is to use our pa
trons so much better
than any store has ever
used you that you'd
wonder how you ever
got along without us.
To give you proper fit
ting garments ; use you
courteously and to give
you more for your
money than you are ac
, customed to get.
That' s why we are
growing Drop in and
see if the traveling
man's judgment wasn't
good on those $15 Ov
. ercoats. Others at $10
167 Com'l St.
Suit Lake ....
l.os Angeles ,,
Vernon UN 104
Oakland 02 110
Portland :72 112
At Los Angeles Vermin 3,
At Sun Francisco Ouklitud0,
At Salt Lako Salt Luke 7,
Los Angeles 5,
ELLA FLAOO YOUNO QUITS.
Chicago, Oct. 22.-Mrs. Klla Flagg
Young, superintendent of Chicago's
school:! lias iiuit. resigned last
't " "i. light, assigning ns her reason the
wordy war between proponents f ,,, ... ..,.,
and opponents of the military training - . ':,,.. fi T1
public s-hools which at times wus ,iM,ayed no sentiment at her
qui to acrimonious.
i . on il Nl iw ii-Mtfiil'iiriii ii riat iiri niriii n-iJii iifi ti ,iHmiiMiii
sheen on snares.
Journal, or Phono 213.iJ,
EPL1T BODY OAK wood, 4.50 per
cord; grub oak $3.00, o.50; ash $1.50. j
Second growth fir, $3.50. Fione!
1004, during business hours. J. IL;
KIG1IT NCHOOIi -Young people who'
work during the day, but desire to
increase tneir efficiency, should read i
the ad of the Capital Business col-!
lege elsewhere in this issue. Oct22 ,
KLIMJNATE TUB MIDDLEMAN;
Buy your winter mtpply of beans di
rectly from the grower. No. 1 grade
10 pounds 30c, No. 1 grade, 13 pounds'
."Or. Saturday at public market.'
Trade and Liberty street. Oct22(
AUCTION' 300 stock sheep, at South
ern Pacific stock yards, Hulem, Hat
Brdav, October 23, 000 young coirse
valley ewes in lots ot 2 hee; 9
montn's credit on sproved security.'
1. Kohlhagrn. Kale t 1 p. m. Oct23
HONEY TO HUT On improved
farms at f per ecnt annual interest.
I am represeatinf the Commerce 8f
LVposit Mortgage Co. of Portland,
Oregon. Quick delivery of mooer.
Write me or pal. at Marios Hotel. F.
J. Berger, Hulem, Oregoa. tf
FtiK KXCHANOI-: Five acres sandy
loan, all In cultivation, well fence I,
erne acre loganberries, full bearinj,
five room house, barn, chicken house,
rood well, half mile to school. Would
Iran mr Ml or rrn r-iii .
well located. JSnmro IXal Realty I'o- Vshm,
804 U. H. Itenk Wdg. t-2 1
A MYSTERY MASTERPIECE
The House of a
From the Novel hy
BELL HAMILTON EARLE
'THE MAN FROM KLONDIKE"
Original Up to the Minute
Theda Kara in "SIN"
And Three Big Acts of Exceptional
I j' JJ
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Pails of various sizes. Arrange with
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EEQXFAI R B AN KIEEEU
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