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Salem's Big Department Store X X
I Special Sale of Corduroy Velvets I
for Saturday Only
$1.25 QUALITY, EXTRA VALUE, 98c A YARD
Fine grade, wide welt Corduroy Velvet-splendid for Coats, Suits or Dresses
27 inches wide colors Sapphire, Navy, Metal, Maroon, Plum and White. Our
regular $1.25 grade. For Saturday : 89c a yard
" IN THE MEN'S SECTION
A New Showing of Fine
Four-in - Hand Neckwear
Aboslutely the finest assortment of
ties that we have ever shown. You
dressy fellows should come and see
this new shipment and choose before
the niftiest ones are gone. You'll say
they are the richest lot of neckwear
you ever saw some 300 different
ties to choose from ... .50c and 75c
Special Sale of Men's
Men's two-piece tan Underwear 85
per cent wool Regular $3.00 grade,
special this week .$1.98 a suit
Just at a time when warmer under
wear is in order comes this unusual
offering of fine quality garments at
a money-saving price only $1.98 a
Suit. See the window showing.
i HOUSE OF
WATCH FOR THE WHITE
. SEE PAGE 2
When in SALEM, OEEQON, stop at
Free and Private Baths
BATES 75c, fl.00, $1.50 PES DAI
Tbe only hotul in the business district.
Nearest to all Depots, Theatre) and
A Home Away from Home
T. O. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones. Free Auto Bus.
Wintry weather will ofton
make it advisable for you
to lunch downtown. We
thorefore desire to vail your
attention to our
35c CLUB LUNCH
Including soup, salad, meut
order and dessert. Prompt
service, well eooked food,
nml pleasant surroundings
uiuko our Club Lunches
Sixteen exhibitors of Oregon enttle
won $9,115 in ensh prises at San Fran
cisco, compared with $(1,470 won by 28
California exhibitors. What would 28
Oregon exhibitor have wont
of the highest order Is required
to recognize and properly correct I
defects of vision. It is extreme- I
ly unsnfo to permit anyone not f
thoroughly qualified to test your J
eyesight or prescribe glasses
My examinations nro of tho
highest order, and my 11.1 yenrs
of successful experience will be
at your service. I do not use
drugs or drops as they are
dangerous. I make no extra
charges for examinations.
More than that you will bo
supplied with lenses that will
correct any defects of vision
shown by my examinations.
I Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn I
Booms 210-211, U, 8. Bk. Bid
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glasses correctly. TJ, 8, bank bldg.
A marriage license was issued this af
ternoon to Hoy I j. -Miiicii, u farmer of
this city, and Pearl li. dbson, also of
Furs made and remodeled. Prices
very reasonable. Hats made, 7.h 212
Hubbard building. Dec.')
Mrs. E. M. Saltniarsh, organizer for
the Knights ami Ladies of Security,
was in McMinnville yostorduy, in the
interests of tho lodge.
It's not all in the coffee, but the
White Hwun lunches are great.
Boy Scout dance, Armory, November
James Willoughby w.ib fined $10 In
police court this morning upon his pica
of guilty to aclmrge of being drunk.
When you hear the expression Hy
grtido you think of tho best 5 cent
Dr. B. T. Mclntlro, pnyglclan and
urgoon, 214 Masonic bldg. Phone 440.
Among those who have booked pass-"
age on tho steamer Northern Pacific to
sail tomorrow afternoon from Flavol
for San Francisco, aro Mrs. W. P. Lord,
Miss Klizabcth Lord, Mrs, Frank T.
Schniitt, and A. Smith, ,
Dr. Stone's Drug Btore. tf
Lunch at the Spa,
Mrs. L. Welch and daughter, Mr. El
lis, and Mrs, William Finley and daugh
ter from Stowartville, Minn., arrived
Monday and are visiting with F.d Bud
Dan Finley of Polk county. Mrs.
Welch is a sister of tho Finlcys and
this is their first meeting in 20 years.
Dr. O. Hartley, specialist, inflamed,
bleeding gums Bud pyorrhea, 410 U. 8.
Hank Hldg. l'hone 18(1. NovO
Harold Bula, of Iversdale, 111., mral
route three, is evideatly taking up the
study of history. Today a letter was
received from him by the Commercial
club in which he writes, "Please send
mo a history of the western states."
Dr. Stone's Drug mora.
Try the Spa's noon lunch.
Arthur II. Moors, the bicycle man on
Court street, will move his shop just one
door west within a few days, la his
new quarters, he will have a much larg
er space, which his growing business re
quires. Mr. Moore has been in his pres
ent location 15 years.
Ho, for Halls Ferry. Five minutes
service day or night. John Mather, pro
prietor. Nov 3
Don't miss the Boy Scout dance In
the armory hall Thursday evening, No
vember 4. Funds to be used to build
a scout cabin.
"Military Preparedness" will be dis
cussed this evening at the first meeting
of tho season of tho Men's Liberal club,
at the Unitarian church, Dana H. Allen
will take tho citizen's viewpoint, and
Gideon Stnlz and Dnnicl Webster that
of the soldiers and O. A. R.
Portraits for B8c at Stockton's until
November nth. Ask for coupons.
The Salem Iron Works is today re
moving the 14 rollers and other iron
from the Solem Flouring Mills, burned
The Spa Is serving a dainty lunch
which is very popular.
The jitney bazaar today In the Argo
hotel building is held for the purpose
of raising money to equip one of tho
rooms for tho new quarters of tho Y.
W. (!. A. in tiio Koth building on Lib
erty strcot Tho Philuthea class of the
First Baptist church has already raised
funds for the furnishing of one room.
Btockton's portrait offer good until
November 13th. Ask for coupons.
J. 0. Herdsniann, of the Ellison-White
chautnuqua, is in tho city today assist
ing Glen McCoddnm in the ticket cam
paign for tho Lyceum course of the uni
versity. Ho reports big things for the
KUison-Whitc ennutnuqua next summer.
Ono of tho leading attractions will be
tho Now York Marine band.
A guarantee with every purchase or
money refunded. Midget Market. 371
Emmett G. Hall, who enlisted in the
Marino corps hero on the 1st h of Octo
ber, has successfully passed the examin
ations at Portland and Mnrc Island,
and is now a regular enlisted marine.
After three months' training nt the
Mare Island barracks, he will be assign
ed to either foreign service or to n bnt
tleshlp. Mr. Hull will later take up
service in tho nvlntion corps.
High cost of living solved at the
Midget Market, 371 State.
M. O. Evans acting state leader for
agricultural work, of the Oregon Ag
ricultural college, is here today to dis
cuss the agricultural work of the coun
ty with Judgo Htishoy and to also meet
with the representatives of Marion
county granges at the Commercial ch:
Scandinavian service will be held lu
the Swedish church, corner S. 1.1th and
Mill streets tomorrow, Thursdny, No
vember 4 at N p. in. The ltev.' J, O.
Wnhlhorg from California will preach.
All Scandinavian people are most cor
dially invited to attend. John Ovall,
'Salem's Best Market Place'
Offer the following Mid week
Toilet Paper, 0 for 20c
Matches (Parlor) 3 for 10c
Duval White Soap, 0 for 2.rc
Dost Htur.li, 3 for 2Bc
A. & lL Soda, 2 for ISo
Yehiban Milk, 2 for 15c
Smile Clams, 10 oz, cans 10c
Pork and llcans, 17 o. cans 100
We handle Top Quality Only.
Fancv Uib Honst, pound ....180
I'ot Konst, pound 14C
Short Hibs, pound 120
Itrisket, pound ,.11C
Puro llamberger, pound 15c
Loin Chops, pound 18c
Kill Chops, pound 16c
Shoulder Honst, pound 12C
Leg lioast, pound 17o
Puro Pork Sausage, II l!c
Hulk Ijinl, pound 15c
Compound, pound 12 1-2C
151 North High Street
Grocery Phone 830; Moat Phone 840
Dr. Asseln, dentist, Bank of Com
McMinnville Elks to the number of
150 will arrive in the city tomorrow ev
ening on a special, to take charge of the
initiatory exercises of the Snlem lodge,
when 10 candidates will be given the
first, third and last degrees. The Mc
Minnville officers will fill the chairs
of the Salem lodge and will have charge
of the'evening's program. The 10 can
didates to be initiated lire all young
business men of the city.
A meat market that's not in any, com
bine. 371 State.
Chief Deputy State Engineer Cantine
returned to Hatem today trom a tew
'days trip over tho roads of this state.
!Mr. Cantine was over part of Wash
! inirton countv end covered Pacific
I highway from Jackson county to Dong
as countv and yesterday was in mm-
Ihil county. Tomorrow he will go to
Hood Kiver to inspect tho highway
from Mosier to Hood Kiver.
"Save First," our slogan. Midget
Mjirket, 371 State.
A new buggy belonging to Ed Scharf.
who resides" on route nine was stolen
from his place last night and reported
to the police of this city this morning
as it was thought that the buggy was
brought to Salem. The buggy was
equipped with a top and was made by
the Moon company. Willi the vehicle
were taken a lap robe, a horse blanket
and a 3S revolver which was under the
A good high grade gas range used a
short time, (tegular -b value. Price
now $15. Others as low as 5. Buren
McKinney's pool hall and barber
shop at Nineteenth and State streets
was robbed at about fl 0'clncK lust nignt
of 1.!I0 which the thieves found in the
cash register. Mr. McKinney went to
supper nt 0 o'clock and locked the place
mi and when he returned a little inter
he found that someone hud entered dur
ing his absence and collected the loose
change. The rouners entered tnrougn
a rear door.
Ranges cheap. We have a few good
ranges in our exchange department
which have been used. Prices range
from . 10 to Buren ii llumilton.
At the meeting held today in the
commercial club rooms between repre
sentative farmers and the commercial
club, to select a permanent committee,
the following volunteer committee was
termed: W. Jt. Stevens, nervals; vvn
1 i ii in A. Jones, Macleay; A. C. Libby
Jefferson; Milton Brown, route 3, 8a
loin; W. J. Jeffcrs, tlervais; Ii. J. Wes
ner, (iervais; J. M. Hamilton, Turner.
Used ranges In good order and ca-
Hible of satisfactory work. To be sold
at low prices. - exchange department.
Huron & llumilton.
W. M. Snipes and wife are in the city
the guests of J. O. liiegelmnn. Mr.
Snipes lives in Portland, but for the
past year has been motoring across the
United States and buck. Traveling from
Vancouver to North Carolina, tho speed
onfetor registered 0,400 miles, tho trip
requiring 00 running days. On their
return, which was made in 43 days, his
party started trom low xoric city,
traveling west on the Lincoln highway,
I. C. S. Card Writing course for sale
cheap. W. Kmmol, Barnes btore.
Sergeant Schuman of the recruiting
division of the II, S. Marine corps, re
ports 14 applications for service dur
ing the month ot lietoDcr. mine many
of the applicants could successfully pass
the examinations, hut ono could he ac
cepted ns this is tho limit for this re
cruiting station each month. During
this week and next, Sergeant Schumaii
will spend Tuesdays and Thursdays nt
the stato target range in Clackamas
John B. Pollock, proprietor of the
Wide Awnke Shoe Kepairiug company
now located at Stnto and Liberty will
move to tho Waters' building, opposite
Ladd & Bush a bank. Headquarters
for the best shoo repairing.
According to the report made by
Sherill Fleming, manager of tho Salem
Poultry and (Ogg Circle, tho business
of the' Circle for the month of October
netted its members 30 cents a dozen
during the first week of tho month, 3d
cents during the second week, 40 cents
for the third week and 42 cents a dozen
for tho lust week. Professor C. C.
Lamb, of the O. A. C, who assisted in
organizing the Circle here, was in Dnl
las this week where a Circle was org
anized. This circle with Corvallis, will
ship to Snlem.
Latest dancing stops shown. Prof.
Montrose Kingler, national dancing
,1IIMSIIT, Mill ,'vinir-v Mi iiiiiiiiuuM
I:.. .1... - u ...l.i x.li'ia.l
III ml m-usini n iivw.l' piiiiiiiiu'tim'i
dances at Moose hall every Thursday
evening beginning November 4. (.lass
es new forming fur students, young
unmarried people and married people.
Afternoon ami evening. Full informa
tion Phone Miss Priscilln Fleming, V'i.
Several fine samples of Pride of Ore-!
gou corn was brought to tho city today
by K. It. Itvnu, to be shipped to tho Wil
luinetto Valley exhibit in the Oregon
building nt the Sen Francisco fair. Tho
ears measured fully 12 inches in length j
and the grains were perfectly formed.!
Fi.ie specimen of Prido of Ohio corn
will nlso bo sent, nil raised by Mr.
(tyiin on his farm near the Oregon state
school for the deaf. Tho corn averaged
45 bushels to the acre. The shipment
!ws made by Fred S. Union to Mr. I
Taylor, who has clvnrgo of tho nMrlonj
i county exhibit. j
! Upon Invitation of the commercial
club, about 2.' farmers from different
parts of the county were ii session to-1
day with a sjioeiul committee from the
club, discussing ways and menus by
which the commercial club might co-
i operate with the farmers in improving I
farming conditions and in tho estab
lishing of a market for their produce. !
In order that this might be discussed
at different times nud to create n bef-j
tcr undorstemling between tho business;
men of the citv and farmers, a standing!
committee will be appointed of five
farmers and five business men. who
will meet from time to time and take
up subjects for their mutual benefit.
The first social session of the season
of the Moose ledge was held last even-
E HAS LOST
Women Are Game and At
Once Begin Planning For
A New Campaign
New York, Nov. 3. Suffrage has
lost its first great battle in the east.
Returns still rolling in today con
firmed earlier reports that Massachu
setts registered against votes-for-wo-men
by a majority of 124,000; Pennsyl
vania by upwards of 125,000 and New
York by 200,000.
These figures mean that two out of
every five men in the three great states
favored givi.ig their wives, sisters and
sweethearts the ballot. Estimated to
tals of tho three states were; For
suffrage 1,000,000, against 1,500,000.
But tho detent did not dampen the
spirit of the determined women who
for weeks fought their battle almost
alone. Instead, they at once set to
work to start a new campaign. This
movement will open with a big suffrage
rally in Carnegie hall tomorrow night.
New York City itself guve a ma
jority against suffrage of X,000; Buf
falo '7,000, ami Koi-hcstcr 5,000. James
town went for suffrage by a majority
Philadelphia rolled up nn 80,000 ma
jority against the cause, and Pitts
burg followed heavily. Half of Penn
sylvania's counties, however, favored
tho ballot for women.
Suffrage received more votes in, the
Keystone state than President Wilson
did in the last presidential election;
more in Massachusetts than Taft or
Roosevelt did in 1012; and more in New
York than Taft or Roosevelt.
Philadelphia, Nov. 3. Incomplete
returns this afternoon indicated that
suffrage in the stato was defeated by
not more than 75.000; and by 40,000 in
May Get Pittsburg.
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 3. Tho county,
of which Pittsburg is the seal, gave
suffrago perhaps the Jnrgest propor
tionate vote in tho Keystone state.
The lutest totals showed 39,131 for and
39,407 against. Suffragists said eom
pleto figures will givo them a majority.
I AM forced to vacate my
store, and with no location
inview,Iam.going to close out
THE entire stock goes on sale
' at the lowest prices ever
known at cost to me and less.
C O postpone your shoe buying
" and wait for this sale, which
will stand alone as the greatest
ever held. Store now closed. Sale
starts 9 a. m. Friday.
A. C. DE VOE,
At 263 Commercial Street.
becca Assembly of Oregon, was present.
Mrs. linker is on a tour of the state
in the interests of the lodge. During
her stay here, she was the guest of
Judge and Mrs. William Clalloway.
SEATTLE AND ITS MI1K.
ing in the lodge rooms. Besides the
regular routine, the evening win spent
in n social session, with A. J. Baldwiu
presiding. The program included nn
ocarina solo by William Mcdilchirst, ac
companied on tho pinuo by his daugh
ter, Miss Iza, and a recitation in French
by C. J. Phimmer. Another feature
of tho evening was the rendition by
Benjamin Brick of Ingersoll's "Tomb
of Napoleon." The entertainers from
the Bligh theatre, Mr. and Mrs. Bush,
added to tho pleasures of the evening.
Following tho entertainment, lunch was
The competitatlve drill team of tlie
Salem Hebeccn lodge No. 1, with about
50 members of the lodge will attend
tho county semi-annual convention,
which will meet at Aurora Friday even
ing. The drill team, will compete with
tho Canby team for the silver cup
awarded each year to the team scoring
tho highest number of points. The cup
is now in possession of the Snlem tenm.
At tho meeting last evening, Mrs. Hose
Ililmer, of Baker, president of tho Ho-
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Are Not Worrying Over Show
ing Made By Their Friends,
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 3. Indications
today were that the city council would
deny the application of Attorney John
II. Siiorett, representing clients who
propose to establish a central milk d"
pot for the handling and distribution
of nil of Seattle's milk. Shorett uh
sevts that consumers would-pay less and
the producer receive more for the milk,
because of elimination of duplication in
routes ami in handling.
Washington, Nov. 3. The "morning
after' 'election found the administra
tion with mixed emotions.
While democratic leaders were large
ly disappointed by results elsewhere,
they found somo solace in Maryland's
and Kentucky's choices of democratic
governors. A statement is expected
tm the White House in a few days ut
ter the returns havo been analyzed.
Laders asserted that local issues were
responsible for tho defeat of Governor
Walsh, democrat in Massachusetts, the
republicans assigned the same cause for
their defeat in Maryland.
Massachusetts was generally regard
ed by political experts as a most sig
nificant political barometer, although
the administration felt that tho small
republican mnjority, aided by the re
turn of tho Bull Moose to the fold,
really offered a contradiction of their
elaima of a republican sweep.
Failures of the progressives to get
the requisite three per cent of the total
Bay stato voto to retain their hold as
a legal party was regarded important,
as marking a milestone in whut many
said is an early and complete dissolu
tion of the Bull Moose.
As fnr as Massachusetts was con
cerned, however, this dissolution
brought no comfort to the democrats,
for there the progressives manifestly
went buck to tho republican fold.
A QUEER HONEYMOON.
White and Brown Pointer Dog.
Name of owner on collar.
L. O. B0LGIN. Phone 11 F3
Aberdeen, twish., Nov. 3. Adrift in
open ocean on his honeymoon, Captain
Paul Shultcr ami his bride, on board
the schooner Annie Larson have no
immediate proscpet of being picked up.
las the sea is too rough to dispatch
unl. mo J .Hi-sen is ndntt, m distress,
somewhere off I'npe Flattery. She is
the vessel which created a stir recently
when arms ami ammunition, supposed
.to be destined for Mexico, were found
on ner. j lie cargo was coutiscated by
M'ADOO SEES THE INVISIBLE.
He Needs Glasses
When you catch yourself holding
your paper as above, it is t"me
to bow to the inevitable nnd
HAVE Yont EYKS' EX
AM IN KI) for Classes that will
enable you to read, work or
write without effort.
I,et us make the examination.
Our work is dependable and our
prices are reasonable.
Miss A. McCuiloch,
208 Hubbard Bldg. Phone 109
Washington, Nov. 3 Keturning from
his Pacific coast trip. Secretary of the
Treasury McAdoo brought tiieso op
"I was impressed by the unmistak
able evidences of prespirity, confidence
anil optimism in practically everv busi-
Incss. The lumber industry, depressed
for several years, was the only ex
ception, but it is reviving."
i KING 8 TILL SOEE.
jr London, Nov. 3. Though generally
unproved, King tleorge passed a less
coiniortniiie nignt. tie still has consid
erable pain ns n result of his accident
in fulling from hi.s mount on the
Fijincor landers front lust week.
318,472 AT EXPOSITION
San Francisco, Nov, 3. Of-
ficial figures issued by the dc-
jinrtniont of admissions of tho
Panama Pacific exposition-
showed that 34N.472 persons at-
tended the exposition San
Francisco Day. Twenty men
were occupied from the time
the exposition closed last night
until noon to. lay without stop-
ping, counting the admission
Now On At
Some sample Prices fol
low which make our store an
interesting place to trade:
No. 10 Lard $1.20
50c Tea, sale price ..... 40c
Valley Flour, sale price $1.10
Best Hard Wheat Flour,
..sale price $1.40
Tillamook Cheese, sale price,
2 pounds , . .33c
Peanut Butter, sale price,
2 pounds for 35c
16 Pounds Sugar for $1.00
20 Lbs. Jap Rice for . .$1.00
Pure California Olive Oil,
sale price, 70c Quart
Tokay Grapes, sale price,
basket 25 c
Olives, ripe and green, sale
price 35c Quart
3 Pounds of our Best Steel
Cut Coffee for ......95c
Economical people are tak
ing advantage of these price
cutting sales and laying in
enough supplies to last them
all winter. Buy now an-l
secure the lowest possible
Damon & Son
855 N. Commercial St.