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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1913.
205 North Commercial St.
The House of Reliable
FORCED TO QUIT BUSINESS. ENTIRE STOCK AND FIXTURES f
MU5i JcL LLUoLLl UU 1- A 1 UINUfc
t Certain conditions have arisen whereby we must sacrifice thousands of f
dollars worth of seasonable merchandise in order to realize the cash.
I Here are a few items just to give you an idea how prices have been slashed j
Mens aw d 50c Suspenders, pair 19c
Men's 50c Underwear, at 37c
$1.25 and $1.50 Underwear 89c
$1.25 Union Suits 89c
$1.50 Union Suits 98c
Men's 50c Work Shirts 37c
Men's 75c Dress Shirts . . . 39c
Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Dress Shirts 89c
Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Flannel Shirts 98c
Men's 10c Handkerchiefs 3c
Men's 10c Sox . Ac
Men's 15c Sox 9c
Men's 25c Sox 17c
Mixed Wool Sox 10c
Extra Heavy Wool Sox 19c
35c Ties 19c
$10.00 Suit $ 5.45
$15.00 Suit $ 8.85
$20.00 and $22.50 Suits $12.85
X $27.50 and $32.50 Suits $15.65
$15.00 Overcoats $ 7.65
$18 and $20 Overcoats $ 9.65
$25 and $30 Overcoats $13.65
$ 7.50 Rain Coats $4.85
$12.50 Rain Coats $7.65
Knee Pants 29c
$1.50 Pants " 89c
$2.00 Pants . '..'.$1.29
$3.00 Pants $1.69
$5.00 Pants j $2.89
$2.00 Hats 98c
$2.50 and $3.00 Hats $1.29
$3.50 Hats $1.69
$4.00 and $5.00 Velour Hats $1.98
75c Caps 39C
$3.00 Dress Shoes $2.29
$4.50 Dress Shoes $3.19
$3.00 Work Shoes $2.29
$3.50 and $4.00 Work Shoes $2.98
$6.00 Chippewa Logger $4.49
1 lot of 12-inch Shoes black and tan, to go at. .$2.98
oston Store i
VV1UIAI A V1UI
N Q OBJECTIONS TO
1816 TAX BUDGE!
Budget Calling For $174,600
As Originally Proposed
-Lmt th OHIO
tia your work"
Notico is hereby given that Bnrhun
tind Tnylor Imve completed their con
tract on the road in District No. 34,
und that the County Road Muster hap
filed lug eertificute of completion for
Any person, firm or corporation lav
ing objections to file to tho acceptance
of said work, may do so on or before
November 12, 1(H5, ut 12 o'clock noon,
in the office of tho County Clerk.
MAX C.EUI.IIAR, County Clerk.
Notice ia hereby Riven thnt the un
dersigned, by nn order of tho county
court of Marion county, Oregon, has
been appointed as administratrix ot
tho estate of Willinnt Butto, deceased.
All persons having clulma against suci
ostulo are required to prosmit them
within (i months from tiie duto of this
notice with the proper vouchers to the
undersigned nt -0-0 Leo street, Salem,
MAGDALEN A BUTT K,
Dater October 21, 1 1 5.
Notice In hereby given that we, the
undersigned resident tax payors, repre
nontiug ten per cent of the :esident tnx
payers ia rond district No. 27 12, Ma
rion county, Oregon, hereby give notice
to tho tnx payers of said district, that
ll'ro will be n meeting of the resident
tnx payers of said district, ut Sunny
ido school, In said district, tit - o'clock
p. m,, on the 2'tb. day of November,
1015, to vote nn additional tax for
road purposes, ns provided by an act of
the legislature of 19KI.
Signatures: O. 8, Pearson, Turner
Ore.; M. Nye, Turner, Ore,; S, Newby,
Turner, Ore.; Ficd Slicppnrd, Turner,
Ore.j I.. .1. Morgall, Salem; 0. II. Tay
lor, Turner, Ore.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Or
HEARING OT FINAL ACCOUNT
Notice is hereby given thnt the final
account of Noah Welch hs administra
tor of the estate of Frank O, Welch,
'deceased, has been filed in the County
Court of Mnrlou County, Htato of Ore
gon, nnd that tho 13th day of Decem
ber, KtlH, nt the hour of 10 o'clock
;t. m., Iina been dulv appointed by such
Court for tho hearing of objections to
such fiuiil account and tho settlement
thereof, nt which timo any person in
terested In such estate may appear and
file objections thereto in writing nnd
contest tho same,
no An wKi.cn.
Administrator of the Estate.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL PROP
ERTY ON FORECLOSURE.
Notice U hereby given, That by vlr
tun of nn execution duly Issued out of
the Circuit Court of tho Htato of Ore
Ron, for tho County of Marion and to
mo directed on the ftth day of Novem
ber, l(i5, upon a Judgment and de
cree duly rendered, enterod of record
nnd docketed In nnd by said Court on
the 28th tiny of October, 191 It, in a cer
tain suit then in sulj Court pending,
wherein H. A. Cnvannugh was plaintiff
und Richard. Diikin, n minor, (!. A. I.ee
und J. M. Leo were defendant in favor
of plaintiff und nguinst said defendants
by which execution I um communded
to sell the property in said execution
nnd hereinafter described to pay the
sum due tho plaintiff of Kighteeu Hun
dred (1,8110.00) Dollars, with interest
thereon nt tho rate of 7 per cent per
ii ii ii um from tho Oth day of September,
1011, until paid and the further sum of
One Hundred Fifty ($150.00) Dollars,
attorney's fees together with tho coits
and disbursements of said suit taxed ut
Thirty-seven nnd 15-100 :i7.10 Dol
lars and costs nnd expenses of said
execution. I will on Saturday, the 11th
day of December, 1015, at the hour of
11 o'clock A. M. of said day at the
west door of the County Court House in
Marion County, Oregon, sell nt public
miction to the highest bidder for cash
in hand on tho duy of sale, nil thn right,
title, interest und estate which said
defendants nnd all persons claiming un
der them subsequent to the date of the
mortgago hereiu foreclosed In, of nnd to
said premises hereinbefore mentioned
ure described In said execution us fol
lows, to-wit: Beginning nt tho quarter
section comer between Section 5, iu
Township 0, South linage 2 West of the
Willamette Meridian, und Section 32, iu
Township 8, South Range 2 West Wil
lamette Meridiun, Marion County, Ore
gon; thence South 11.10 chains to the
I center of the county road running be
tween the place ot Hilleary and Miller;
theaco South 80 degrees 45 minutes
Wist 15.80 chains following the center
of said county road to the eeuter of a
water ditch; thence North 9 degrees 15
minutes West M.08 chains to the town
ship Hue between townships 8 and 0
ubove described; theme South SO de
grees 41 minutes East 17.80 chains to
the place of beginning.
Said sale being mudu subject to re
demption in tho manner provided by
Deter this 8th day of November
Sheriff of Marlon Count v, Oregon
By W. I. NIIKDIIAM,
OREGON GOATS IN LEAD
Oregon Building, Exposition Grounds,
San Frunclseo, Nov. 11. William Kid
dell & Sons, of Monmouth, took three
first prizes In three sections for An
gora gents in today's judging.
The prospects are that they will
sweep everything over Texas, New
Mexico and California in tho Angora
goat entries. Tho judging continues
To BoU Price Herd.
Pan Fruneiaco, Nov. 11. Tho an
nouncement today thnt the big model
dniry herd of prize Holsteiii Friestins,
which has attrncted tho attention of
livestock men throughout tho country
ut tho I'nunmn-riicific exposition would
go under tho auction hntnmer on De
cember 4, hns created intense interest
in livestock circles.
Included in the big herd, which num
bers 1,17 blooded cows, bulls, heifers
and calves, nro Fidessn Bloom, the
4,000 record holder and Hermann Cir
etila, tho grand champion cow of 1914.
Report Is Submitted ' '
To Salem Social Center
By Secretary McDaniels
The report submithted by Secretary
Ivan (4. iMcDuniels to the Salem Social
Service Center at the meeting held this
week, und adopted by the Center, pro-
viocs ror mo ioiiowing:
1. A visiting nurse to be paid
jointly by tho school district and the
2. To provide employment for resi
dents by co-operation with city author
ities on municipal work und road
3. Municipal recreation halls, under
the supervision ut the ('enter.
Ot tiie money received by the S,)"i;il
Center, none wus spent for saluries or
rent, according to thu report of Sivre
tury J IcDiitnels. Every dollar collected
wus spoilt in charity, ns the superviniu
of the expenditures is paid by the Com
Tho society's funds are spent in
finding work for men, musing and in
tho lie t mil distributioi i'. groceri'i
clothing nn: modioli! aid. The niodi";l
nid ooiiMsts entirely of drill's, us tin;
doctors of the city friy give t n ic
The efforts of the society for the
coming year, as outlined iu the report
are to secure the following:
1. A visiting nurse to lie paid for
jointly by the school district and the
city, whose work shiill be to work iu
conjunction with the school superinten
dent nud trunnt officer in handling the
problems they niny have to solve; iu
visiting cases us reported to her by the
society's committed of investigation
and if charity is neeossnry, to obtain
the Biimo from relatives, employer,
lodge, church, county, or from the So
cinl Service Center; to work in con
junction with the doctors of the city iu
providing medicnl nid,
2. To provide employment for resi
dents by co-operation with city auth
orities on municlpnl work; by coopern
tion of county authorities on "bridge and
roml work nbout to be started. And to
provide labor for transients and others
by the establishment of a municipal
mood camp, similar to those conducted
nt other points and which could be es
tablished at n nominal cost.
H. To petition the city council to
make the work of tho society a munici
pal affair in the following points: the
establishment of n municipal eeuter to
Office for social work;
Nursery and kindergarten where
mothers could leave their children dur
ing working hours;
Supervised nud wholesome municipal
Soup and coffee kitchen.
4. A re-organlzntlon of tho county
poor fiirm, making it a homo of rehubi
litutlon rnther thn n a home for depen
dents. This could be done with little
expense to the county, by providing a
cottage system and a co-operative plan
of work and distribution. Thin would
also make the poor farm self support
ing if properly managed.
The next meeting will be held De
cember 7 nt the public library when re
ports will be received from the several
Farmers Are Very Confident
Since Victory Over
Corvallis, Or., Nov. 11. "Down with
Oregon" was the butte cry of the Oro
gon Agricultural Colleuo tenin tn.lnv.
The furuieis are being very carefully
!oii(litioned for the gamp with tho U. of
O. at Kugene November 20. As there
is intense rivuliv between the two
schools, a ripping contest from tho
start is assured.
Oregon irpiiorall v ,lfnla HAP
ill tlloir nnnnill ImHIa linf ihn rnn.
era ' wiu over the Michigan Aggies has
given thorn considerable confidence.
ii uie u. A. v.. uetent. ol Michigan
has uny significence, one of the best
games played in the United States this
year will bo staged nt Eugene.
Noither team has nn itmrnooninnf fw
Schaeffer Will Quit,
University of California, Nov. 11.
Coach James O. Schaeffer will end his
seven year directorship of Athletics nt
tho stafo university after the scheduled
Thanksgiving Duy game at Los Angulcs
between his eleven nud the University
of .Southern California. Schaeffer ot
tered his resignation to the associated
students of tho university yesterday,
und it was at once nccopicd. Though
iiis contract still hud two yenrs to run,
Schaeffer 'a -withdrawal prompted by
general criticism among students and
nluniui of his work, nnd the terrific de
feat administered his team last Satur
day by the University of Washington
huskies. During the seven years that
he 1ms coached California teams Scliaof
for hns turned out three winning foot
bull teams and til ice losers. Another
toMin tied Stanford. He hns lost but
one baseball series to Stanford.
At the university today it was stntcd
that, no possible successor to Schaeffer
is being considered.
WJUtmon Worlds Hard.
Walla Wulla, Wash.. Nov. 11. Whit
man college team is rounding out its
training today for the game with the
impregnublo Washington stnto college
outfit here next Saturday.
I ojach Dorleske did not seem to hnve
much Idea of defentinir Dicta's niisre-
gation but was determined to hold them
to lito lowest possible score.
The greatest interest in the game will
eeuter on the fact that It will give the
funs a chance to compare the relative
strength of U. of W. pnd V. 8. C.
The Oregon Aggies defeated Whit
man 34 7; Oregon -defeated tho Mission
aries 210; the l. of W. defented them
27 ! while W. 8. C. uni defVntod bottl
Oregon colleges, I
The 1916 city tax budget calling for
$174,(i00 passed the open meeting last
night without a single objection and
was adopted by tho city council. There
were but few tax payers present and nl
though they were repeatedly called up
on by Mayor Whito tWy failed to offer
any objections to the budget and it
passed almost exnetly as first recom
mended b y the finnnco committee. The
single exception was the item of $.'100
whiett was lopped oft of the city at
torney's salary. The other item of
$1,000 which was once taken from the
tire department appropriation was aft
erward returned and the budget stood
ns originally slated.
Tho tnx rato will be 14 mills on an
assessed property valuation of $11,700,
000, which will produce the $174,000.
Iher property valuation of tho city ot
Salem was reduced about $(100,000 from
the valuation of 1915 and it was neces
sary to rcduco the budget in order to
cause no increase in the city taxes
With this end in view the items of the
1910 budget were pared to the minimum
and nil departments next year will be
obliged to run on the basis of strictest
The tax levies for the separate
amounts arc as follows:
Estimated receipts from general li
cense fees, from the city recorder's of
fice and from interest on city funds
Levy of 7.4 mills on $11,700,000 prop
erty valuation tor general fund, $87,
317.28. Levy of .8 mills on property valua
tion of $11,700,000 for sinking fund
Levy of 1.5 mills, special street and
road tax, $17,550.
Levy of 4.5 mills, special sewer fund,
City Attorney Trindle explained the
charter amendment relating to tax lieu
foreclosures and 'stated that under the
present charter it was almost impossible
to perfect a title on a tax gale. As it
will be necessary for the city to pur
chase considerable property within the
next year on account ot the tailure
of property owners to pay their assess
meats for paving the amendment was
considered necessury to give tho city an
undisputed title to the property. Under
the uroposcd amendment the owners
of property upon which notice of fore
closure has been filed will be served
with Miinmi lis nnd given aa opportunity
U present defense in court. Upon
their linloie to appear it will be con
sidercd thnt they intend to allow the
property to go by detault.
A small finount of routine buiuess
ius transacted ut last night's apcunl
nccting. iini'V Ashford was robifod
the unmed portion of a licenso to con
duct a shooting gallery. Tho light com
mit ion recommended 400 candle pofer
iifnts ct Kural nveiue Mid Louie,"
ili.M on Sixteetrh aio at the niter
f.eetiou of Fairmoint aid Wilson, Fir
and Meyers and Wiho i Mid Suginaw.
Ti e city election canvassing b'.nr I ro
ported that 1122 votot v tro cast at the
ii .(. I election, application for a po
siriou as watchman m. the Man.-u loiK
entity bridge male by .1. F. Denver un;
i( fvrrcd to the bridge committee J. F.
Kaigrive, caretaker of tho city fink,
wus granted poli:e power
Frof. Helen Miller Senn, head of the
department of public speuking, has tak
en up ns a Bide lino the cure of strny
orphans. Yesterduy morning whilo walk
ing up to the university a littlo young
ster begun running along behind her
nnd followed her to Eaton hnll. (juiti
naturally the professor wns much em
barrassed and was awnro that ull eyes
were on her ns sho proceeded to hor
class room. The lost little fellow fol
lowed her into the room and sat down
on the floor by her chair und looked
up at her with his glistening brown
eyes nnd then before she could sny any
thing begun to whimper plaintively and
at length burst into uncontroluble
barking. The littlo dog wus so happy
to think that he had found someone who
really cared for him. Professor Senn
said that if no one claims him that she
will keep him and do her utmost to
make nn educated dog of him. She took
the precaution first, before making this
statement, of calling up tho dog catcher
at the polico station, who informed her
that no one had called for a lost pup-
The competitive essay contest which
wns open to nil students in the univer
sity, closed Inst night nnd the essays
will be put into the hands of the
judges today. Six essays on national
interest subjects were submitted. The
udges decision will bo given in two
weeks nt which time it will bo known
who nro tho winners of the largo W, U, j
Indian blanket and Willamette pennant.
l'rof. J. Herbsmunn, who is hero in
the Interest of the lyceum course spoke
at tho chnpol this morning an dgave a
continuation of the lecture which he be
gan nbout two weeks ago. His appeal
to the men and women this morning
was, th at they should apply their edc ,
cation which they nro now receiving
to the lifo which thev are soon to lend i
when they leave college. He read au in
teresting parody on Kipling's poem,
"If," thnt has the obstacles of modern
life to be overcome by an individual
pictured in vivid Inngunge.
A number of young men are out for
basketball at the Willnmetto gym every
evening now, nnd when tonthnll is over
basketball work will begin full tilt. The
schedule this year it a heavy one and a
number of good games will be seen on
the court this winter.
The preparations for the gala day
Saturday are in full swing. K'veryonc
is enthusiastic over the trip to I'aclfie
and a crowd of about 150 will go on the
special Willamette train which leaves
al 8:15 for Forest Grove,
From linoleum you'll see
Gold Dust causes the dirt to flee.
Th Gold Dutt Twint
One reason for the
great popularity of
Gold Dust is its activ
ity. It dissolves
quickly in hot or cold
water, and purifies in
addition to cleaning.
larger package for
Millions of housewives
are using Gold Dust
regularly for cleaning
everything from lino
leum to the choicest silver and woodwork.
It does not scratch or mar.
ESlSSZFAI R B A N
The Active Cleaner
American Is Slain
In Mexico Says Report
Pasadena, Cal., Nov. 11. Just as ho
was about to return to America after
spending four adventurous years as su
perintendent of a big ranch in Tpeie,
Mexico, W. 8. Windham, formerly a
Pasadena banker, is believed to have
been slain. News was received hero
last night that an unsigned wireless
message had been relayed to Lower
California by an American warship at
Mazatlan, tolling briefly of the sup
posed fnte of the planter. Friends here
received no additional news today.
One cent per word each inser-tion.-
Copy for advertisements un
dor this heading should be in by
S p. in.
PHONE MAIN 81.
PHONE 937 For wood saw.
REMEMBER Fred 's Night
FIR WOOD $3.50 per cord. Phone
DRESSMAKING By day or taken in.
Phone !il74J. JNovlO
FOR KENT 135 acre farm.
FOR SALE Fine White Wyandotte
pullets. Phone 82F2. NovlJ.
CHOICE GOAT MEAT 5o per pound.
oo n. l omvi. 1'nono us. tr
ONE DOZEN" Leghorn hens for sale,
50c each, 1363 S. Com'l. Novll
MONEY TO LOAN On farms. No
agents. Wills, 74-t N. Com. Novl5
FOR SALE 15 acres in timber land,
nbout it nnl4i) from faleui. Phono
FOR SALE 3 cows and one Jersey
bull. Phono 20F12, after 7 p. m. tt
FARM FOR RENT 208 aeres, also
stock for salo. Phono 8iF2. Novl2
TWO 7-ROOM HOUSE.t One furnish
ed, for rent. See G. W. JobnBon. tf
BIG FIR WOOD $4.00 per eord; sec
ond growth, $3.50. Phono l)6F2. .
FOR RENT Modern house hooping
appartments, 210 South 11th street.
FOR TRADE For yearling ea)f, fpt
hog, about 250 pounds, Houto 3, Box
92, Salem, Oregon. Nov 13
FIVE YOUNG COWS For sale. A. B.
Boiler, Brooks, Oregon, Phone 35F2.
GOAT MEAT 4 and 5c. per pound.
Independent Market. 157 South,
Commercial strct. tf
FOR SALE Oak and fir wood sawed
m desirable lengths, full measure
ment guaranteed. Phone 79F11.
FOR SALE Registered Poland China
boar at a bnrguin, also a 0 year old
driver, cheap if fciken at oueo. Route
7, Box 223. Novll
FIRST CLASS SHOE BEPA1RINO .
Shoes fixed while you wait, all work
guaranteed. Jacob Vogt, D79 South
FOR RENT Cottage of 6 rooms on
loo south 14th, nicely furnished,
gas, wood range in basement, furnace,
bath. Inquire at 101 on Month i-lth.
SPLIT BODY OAK wood, $4.l!0 pe
cord; grub oak $5.00, $5.50; asji $4.50.
Second growth fir, $3.50. Phone
1954, during business hours. J. H.
Eaton. Nov. 11
TO LOAN $500, $000 or $1500 on real
estate. For rent, 4 acres in the city,
good buildings end fruit; also 10
acres good buildings, 1 jiiilo east of
the city. Houses, lots and acreage,
sold on easy terms. See L. Beehtel,
347 State street. Novl3
FOR RENT 40 acres farm load, 38 in
cultivation, no buildings, for- ensh.
Also two acres, six room house, fall
basement, good well, close to carline.
Square Deal Realty Co., 304 U. 8.
Bank Bldg. Novll
Always Watch This Ad"
FOR THE WOODSMAN
We have nil kinds of Axes, Sledgos, Wedges, Saws and Equipments
for flip wnnda.
All kinds of Corrugated Iron for both Roofs nnd BuildiiiuH.
A good $800.00 Laundry Mangel, slightly used for one-fourth original T
$15 AND $20 NEW OVERCOATS AT $5.00.
I pny I 1-4 cents per pound for old rags.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
Tho Houso of Half a Million Bargains.
MX jsorth Commerciul Streot. Phone 808. J
and the world
For this Great Fair must close its gates on
Saturday, December 4
TnERE Is but a short time left. If you misa
seeing this exposition, you will lose a wonder
ful opportunity to study tho advances in
science, art, manufacturs or farming being
made at the present time. Low round trip
fares on tho
with liberal stopover.
Write for our illustrated booklet "Wayside
Notes". It is an invaluable guide book.
John M. Scott, General passenger
Nov. 15th, Oregon-Washington Apple Day