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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1915.
"You'll Find Our Prices Lower By Comparison of Values"
All Around Town
Special Attractive Offerings in Ready-to-Wear Section
At Unmatched Prices for Equal Quality A big assortment
of Suits in plain materials and mixtures. All good styles.
Usual'y sold to $22.50-Extra Special .$11.65
Women's and Misses Suits
A grand assortment. Newest styles and fabrics. Values
to $:0. Extra Special $13.65
Sale of Black Halycon and Mercerized
A line of our regular values to $2.00 to close $1.10 Each
These are exceptional values and are recommended by us.
A Genuine Bargain Shirt Waists
All new never shown before in sizes to fit 34, 30, 38 no
two alike Values to $1.50; while they last, choice 95c Each
Tfl j 'J9
Dr. Mendelsonn, specialist In fitting .the corn properly ,irjed w;u stn,;,) ni,01lt
U. S. bank bldg.
ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY TO BUY RAINCOATS AT A BIG
SAVING. NEW COATS, THIS SEASON-LESS 1-3 IN PRICE
$ 6.50 Rain Coats extra soecial $4.33
$10.00 Rain Coats Extra Special $6.67
$12.50 Rain Coats extra special $8.33
$15.00 Rain Coats-extra special $10.00
$18.50 Rain Coats-extra special $12.33
$20.00 Rain Coats exh? special $13.33
$25.00 Rain Coats-extra special $16.67
SPECIAL SALE PRICES On All Silk, Wool and Velvet STREET DRESSES
ing in Salem
Requests Sent In For Several
Times the Amount of the
The stnto highway coninilaHion toduy
mado the allotment of the rond fund
for 1915 fitter a hearing at which tho
representatives of Severn 1 counties ap
peared to offer arguments in favor of
their requests for apportionments from
tho rond fund. Tim highway commis
sion had an excellent opportunity to be
generous today as tliey had requests
for seveml times tho amount on hand
and in fact did apportion $1,000 more
than tho fund. Coos county, for ex
ample wanted $100,000 for road im-
THANK BOIVING 8 AXE
BNOW WHITE LINENS
ENDS NOVEMBER 24TII
provonient, Clatsop county ashed for
Wo.OOO, Lime asked for $20,U10 and
several eastern Oregon oounties sent
in requests for certified cheeks to the
amount of $10,000 or $20,000.
Tho appropriations, however, were
general and the fund was well distrib
uted over tho state. Tho commission
regretted its inability to givo all of
tho counties nil that tony naked for but
could not tnr exceed tho fund available
from the 1-4 mill tax that goes to make
up tho rond fund.
Tho following is tho list of appor
Administrative $ 2!i,000
Clatsop comity 20,500
Columbia county 30,000
Hood Hivor county 5,000
Hood Hives-Wasco 45,000
Crook county 10,000
Washington 'comity - 11,500
Lane county : 5,000
.lackson county 45,000
Polk comity ..'. 5,00
Yamhill Tillnl'mook 11,000
SUPPORTER OF ROOT
lj .J la ml miU hi J JU . t.
Chicago, Nov. 11. Folowing
Congressman Mann's endorse
ment, of Klihu Hoot ns republi
can presidential onndlilnte, Hoot
bad nnother prominent backer
today in former President Tuft.
The latter told newspapermen
Itont answers the 1010 presiden
Tint also is on record in fur
or of military preparedness.
THE A TDT Always the Jl
Presenting Today, Tomorrow and Saturday
One of the Most Remarkable Photodranias
of This or Any Other Season
The Soul of a Woman
A HEART-HOLDING, PULSING MESSAGE
TO ALL MEN AND WOMEN
In her portrayal of the scarlet woman, reaches
heights of emotionalism which stir the blood to
"THE SOUL OF A WOMAN" has broken the at
tendance records of "A Fool There Was," "Hypo
crites," "Carmen" and all the other big successes at
every theater in which it has been shown. One solid
week to capacity houses at the Clenimer Theatre,
Seattle, with the admission at 25 cents.
Regular PriccS Prevail at Yc Liberty For This
Phenomenal Engagement of Three Days Only
Unless You See "The Soul of a Woman"
You've Missed the Greatest Sensation of
5c-SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTIONS 10c
Bridge Engineer Will
Submit Rport To County
Court Within Few Days
Tho report of H. Morse, the bridge en
gineer who was secured by the state
highway department yesterday to ex
amino the steel bridge, will not be sub
mitted to tho county court for several
days -us Mr. Morse is computing the
stresses on tho members of the bridges
as the steel now stands. Mr. Morse
mudo measurements of the weukened
members of tho bridge and will Rtuto in
his report what load they will carry in
their present condition and whether or
not the bridge should be closed.
Mr. Morse mndo no litntemeut after
tho examination yesterday except thnt
a new bridge wus needed ns soon as one
could bo erected which indicates thnt
ho hod a poor opinion of tho present
structure. The bridge will not be closed
during the repuirs which me now going
Wreck of Santa Clara
Burned By Looters
Murshfiold, Ore., Nov. 11. Bench
combers, in their lust for loot, burned
the wreck of tho steamer Jsantu Clara,
which went uground near here over n
week ago, to the water's edge late last
night, according to word reaching here
They set fire to the superstructure
with the intention of reaching the car
go stored in the hold, but the flames
evidently got beyond control and burn
ed everything that miirht III. v., lieitn i-..
Oil in tho cargo added to the fierce
ness of the fire. Tho ill-fated vessel
was reduced to the hull, which was
badly charred inside.
Laboring Men Flee
From Army Service
L. Hackman, of Sunnyside, who re
cently bought a house on .North Fourth
street of Mills and Ganinrd, is moving
into his new homo today.
Dr. R. T. Mclntlre, pnyslclan and
surgeon, 214 Masonic bldg. Phone 440.
it J. Chapin left this morning to at
tend the iSiivertou Poultry and Corn
show, lie has charge of the corn oxhib
it and will stay in Wlvorton until tho
close of the show Saturday evening.
Big Furniture Clearance Sale. Buren
Mrs. Emma Provokluitt, of 268 North
Cottage street, who fell a few days
ago and sustained a serious injury to
her limb, is reported today to bo re
covering and able to walk about the
The river today is .4 foot above low
j water mark nnd i vising, from the
general rams in tho valley. During tho
past 24 hours a rainfall of .10 inch has
been recorded by tho government gunge
at the Oregon City Transportation
Mud guards, $1.00 a pair at Scott &
rvott, iios (State street.
The city during the coming year, will
bo run on close to $7,000 less than the
amount expended for this year. Al
though tho assessed valuation is $500,
000 less than a year ago, the levy for
the coming vear is 14 mills, thn aninn
us last vcar.
Dr. O. Hartley, specialist, inflamed,
bleeding gums and pyorrhea. 416 U. 8.
Bank Bldg. Phono 180. Nov9
3. D. MicKel, dairy and food commis
sioner, will address tho Silverton Poul
try and Corn show, Suturdnv afternoon
nt 1:110 o'clock. The snow will close
Saturday evening, after a four days
session. The exhibits this year, espe
cially in com, nro much superior to
those of one year ago.
White Swan. Dainty
Rev. Fflt.hnr niann n -P Prln. r.p lrn...
Rosary church, Portland', Oregon, will1'0 Miu, i,1,-0,,ie tlr maintain
25 per cent more cbnuce of receiving
Buy your furniture Xmas presents
now at a big. reduction. Hureii & Ham
ilton. As there has been considerable com
plaint regarding the sanitation of the
waiting room' in Marion square, the
Park board made investigation and now
announce that everything has now been
placed in a satisfactory condition.
Alva Robertson was committed to
the Oregon state hospital for tho In
sano toduy after nn examination before
tho city physician, Dr. C. E. Cashntt,
and County Judge Bushey. It was stat
ed that the young man's head was in
jured when lie wh seven years old by
fulling from a wagon.
A series of lectures will be eiven
this winter in tho High (School audi
torium by Dr. II. D. Sheldon, of the
otnte l niversity, before the City
Teachers ' association and the Marion
County Principals' Association. The
first lecture of this series will be given
next Niturdny morning at 10 o'clock
on the subject "Some of the Larger
meanings or .Education."
The faculty and officers of the Ore
gon (State Training school, 1!) in all,
organized a dramatic club a few days
ago, electing ('. L. Knnpp, president,
Miss lleuiiia Hieknell, secretary, and
Herbert Davis, chairman of tiie com
mitteo for the first dramatic produc
tion,, Mrs. 11. If. Presnnll, Miss Bertha
Powell mid 1!. V. Wright were elected
a committee on amusements. The ilriiin-
atic society expect to give several en
tertainments this winter.
Good team of horses worth S300. will
sell them for half this amount. Seo
them at 201 North Commercial street.
The cryptoners of Mount Crest Ab
bey Mausoleum will meet this evening
nt tho commercial club to form an asso
ciation and to elect n lioni-d nf tvnsfnes
who wilt look ufter the interests of the
mausoleum. Aa endowment fond has
been created and will be turned ovor to
tho association by the Portland Muusu
leuni company. The dutv of tho trim.
tecs will be to .properly invest the funds
His "Best Sellers"
Ask , almost any grocer and he
will tell you thnt he sells more
And Royal Club at 35c
than any other brands nt any price.
It is not mero chance that Lang & Co.'s brands are
"best sellers" it is the natural result of higher ipinlity
aiul lower price.
One year ago when the coffee market "dropped" Lung &
Co. were the only coffee roasters on the Pacific Const, who
passed the saving on down to tho consumer in reduced re
tail prices and increased quality.
Wo believed that it was better lo win a large volume of
sales on price and quality rather than through a sentimental
appeal to Hie people to patronize "home industries."
T'nloss you are alreadv using KOYAL I'M'B nt .'l"ic or
CEKMAX-AMUIfR'AN 'at IIOc you are overlooking the
best coffee values on tlm market.
LANG & CO.
"THE ROYAL CLUB HOUSE"
open tiie Forty Hours Devotion in St
Joseph's church next Sunday, Novem
ber 14, nt Hiuh Muss. There will lie
services Sunday, Monday and Tucsdny
. . V "ll.g II U I ..IV,
You will not make a mistake if you
say l,n Corona for a cigar of superior
The members of the choir of the First
i nristmu church entertained the facul
ty and bovs of the Oregon Stato Train
ing school last evening. Besides the
music, several short addresses were giv
en uud readings by Mrs. t T. Porter.
Stockton's portrait offer closes Nov.
I3th. All orders finished in Salem.
Winifred W. Dusenbury. manicurist.
and hair dresser, formerly in the Hub
bard building, has taken an office in
tho Snlem Hank of Commerce building
on the third floor with Dr. W. E. Htnn
ton. Tho rooms formerly nccuiiipd liv
Miss Duseubnrv in tho llubhnrd linil.l.
ing will be occupied by Mario Master
son and Phoebe E. Thompson, Snuitfiry
Portraits for 08c at Stockton's till
Nov. Kith only. Ask for coupons.
According to the records made in the
examinations of tho lioys at tho Oregon
ancc of the, mausoleum.
Don't forget that the Valley Music
House is selling the world famous talk
ing machines the (irnfouols. See tiiem
nt 2(i4 North Commercial street,
The ladies of the United Artisans are
making uniforms and paraphernalia for
tho Court of Fairies, tho juvenile orgnn
izutoin of the Artisans, for the initia
tory work and installation of the offi
cers to be held next Wednesday, No
vember 17. As this is Ilia only juvenile
lodge of the kind in the country, much
general interest has been shown in the
work nnd it is expected thnt the two
Portland lodges will send representa
tives to take note, with the view of or
ganizing a similar lodge in Portland.
Have you tried the chicJcan supper at
the Catholic bnznnri It is certainly 11
delicious 35c investment. Fish supper
I'ridny night. Supper served from !
to H . m. Tom Ordemnn will nimr
with orchestra accompaniment tonight.
Inspector Linebaueh. of the nostof.
fico department' at Portland, was in the
city yesterday investigating the pro
posed removnl of the contract station
near tho fair grounds to a location in
tho down town district. The station
near the fair grounds was ordered re
moved by the postoffiee department to
STRAHORN ON TOUR.
LIBERTY BELL STARTS EAST
State Training school, tho per ceiilngesT;0,..1 J7n T S,0r? 1, Ti
are fully up to those of similar grades l?f M" hut was held up by tho de-
in tne puhlie. schools, nnd tho boys V " T ""'l'1' w prunes
in tho training school work out of fr.'.those. living near the. fa.r grounds
doors half a duv and study half n .lv .ho '"vestignitiou ol the inspector and
The course of study is outlined by State 'V1'0 , V'e '!,'l"lrl!lu'"t "t Wash
Superintendent, of Public Instruction H"10" ,U,,?r,me .whether the stn
Churchill, and is identical with those in !uu wlM. r'nm 11 1,8 l",'s,,',t 'o''"-
llie imiMIC HChOOlH. ...., iiinmvu tu u liunu lunil
Portland, Or.. Nov. .11 . Uobert K.
$ Stitahorn. president and projector of tho
Oregon, California h ml Eastern railway,-
. win leave next Tuesday night tor 1 en-
POrXD Frank L. Pound, commander 1 tiul Oregon at the head of n party of
of Sedgwick Post No. 10, G. A. 1?,, Portland bankers and business men for
died this morning nt iiis home 7,"i) n" inspection of the contemplated rait
North Twentieth street, in this city, 'rond extension. Thn first stop will ho
ut the age of 71 years and five Hend, where the party will assist, in
months. jtho formation of the Central Oregon
Surviving him, besides the widow ; Development league. Subsequently tiio
are the following children: j Portland men will travel over the sui-
Fivo. daughters, Mrs. ,1. B. Dressier, 1 vt'.V to Klum,ath rails mid Lakeview.
Mankiito,, Kansas; Mrs. O. II, Gilbert,
rortland; .Mrs. A. C. ilolcomb, Grants
Puss; Miss Ruby Pound, Good Samar
itan Hospital, Portland; Miss Jemiettc
Pound, Sulem, and two sons, O. A.
Pound, Aumsville, and Dr. B. F. Pound,
Salem. His surviving brothers are T.
S. Pound, (llenelder, Kansas, und O.
E. Pound, Camas, Wash. Tho only
surviving sister is Mrs. T. J. Wybind,
Smith Center, Kansas.
Funerjil services will be held nt tho
First MiMhodist church Saturday af
ternoon nt 2:30 o'clock, the Rev. "H. N.
Avison, officiating, under tho auspices
of Sedgwick Post. No. 10, Grand Army
of the Republic, the Ladies of tho (.
A. R. and tho Woinnu s Kelief orps,
and tho I. O. O. F. Ohemehcta Lodge
F. It. Pound was a veteran of the
Civil vtiar, volunteering nt tho begin
ning of the war in Company G, 104
Illinois Regiment Volunteers Infantry,
at. Udell, Illinois. Ho served under
General Rosecranz, and was in tho bat
tles of Lookout Mountain, Chnttanooga
nnd Chickanwniga. With Sherman, he
marched to tho sea, nnd was in the
battles at Atlanta and Savanna. Later
he took part in the grand review at
Washington before President Lincoln.
From Kansas, ho came to this coun
try about 25 years ago, locating near
Aumsville. Since Mnrcli, 1P14, his
home has been in this citv.
San Francisco, Nov. 11. With A
military escort comprising every avail
able man in the hind aud sea forces
here, together with the national gnard
nien mill tjie California Greys, tho
Liberty bell was taken from the Panama-Pacific
exposition grounds to tb
Southern Pacific station this inoniiiiir
to begin its long journey back to
Philadelphia, at noon.
SHERWOOD IS OPPOSED
Toledo, Ohio, Nov. II. Congressman
Sherwood, confirmed reports today that
he is opposed to the Wilson military
preparedness prgrnm when he an-
jnounccd that he will oppose it "to tho.
NEW SHOW TODAY
SPLENDID BLENDED BILL
BEST AND BIGGEST
MATINEE 10c . NIGHT 15c
11-- . .. .
n ni o 1101 me nas-nen or wiii.h. - -
We are doing it now. le it. u . ,.;.. I. dancing classes jonight at Moose t--r-T---w-wF-r-r-'-r-r-r
Haver piano, orw talking machine. seoin""' 'lof-. Kln1':1' ol' 1'ortlnnJ, will
tlieViillevMusieiii.il... ' open ins classes, beginning ut 1 :30
PEMRKRTOX To Dr. and Mrs. .1.
R. Pemberton, Wednesday, Nov. 10,
J II l.i, nt their home, 14-13 South
Commercial street, a daughter,
Hncliuel Kllcn, weight 7 pounds.
o'clock, ndvniicd and social duncinu
While the price of sugar Is going up, 0,V1,m'1' A" f .,h nvv"!i
the housekeeper has the, satisfacticm ,"r'llit,,,l ''"",pH taught. Tney are simple
buying pork 'chops 'nmi Zt sleall It I : "Cf" "i'""""1' Jlt
tew cents less a lionml tlmn fi limn t li 1 ' ' '
rrbeef'er!1;:"," . k?p . nc s the I Steamers Will Resume
little ones nnd all kinds of cows. How- ."''T Irom passing over t.ie
ever, certain kinds of .mi-U ..i.i ruilroiid bridge on Twelfth street in
I S. & O. VAUDEVILLE
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
BLIGH THEATRE '
Regular Run To Orient
or lL'i-i cents n pound, beef stcuk. t'"' e le tield, Aldenmin
... the same, boiled meals ttt from to 10 '' .-. m,ovr'' ,1B,t evening 111 the V?i,icouver, B. ('., Nov, 11. As n re-
iov. ii.,ustraiinn cents nnd roast t to 15 cents ,L ,m,"':"' ,nllt ,nc "y ''te "0snlt of representations made bv the
a '"".' V ."' '""vi T-1". 01 idoniinion government to the admiralty
Don't forget that "Big sales, small a. '"' !"TV"S .vtef 0,1 J1" ,tlmt. eommnndeering of tho Canadian
nnd iev Zealand labor men are leaving
tlio British possessions for the I'liited
States to avoid threatened conscript ion.
according to Herbert West, Australian Valley Music. House, 204 North I
V, i ""i.-ii iii.-niiM-i mi jh in fau ; uierciai street.
profit" per piano is our motto iH rm- A nn.tge nt t"is point on 1,1th )iu.iflc railwiivs transpacific pnssen
i ...i.iki ii-ii.i ii 1 1 1-.-1 it lino nn- niu-iger
Actual conscription is the next sten.
West believs. In a gigantic box. and oth
er men's articles sold in Australia ap-
Member of Commons
Flays English Officers
ll.i.. l.ii.l ,..,cnll.l In (',,. i;.,n
lelie field. The motion was referred commerce 'suffering, announcement has'
to tne street committee to rport at il,,.,.,. i.l,. thnt da (t l It. li
MoiiL'lit l" nri'HS nf l?iiHjin nnd Kinnrosa nf A win.
thnt the H' hool voixnu in tlmir rnn hntwmMi Viin-1
tho last mooting of the Knights ",'xt. m,'0,i"' " ',"
vthius. n c i ...... ... f . , several of the uld-rimin tin
ed to investi.oiln tl,.. u.ivi...i.iii , directois will eo-operiito with the city !..mlVl,r n,i .1,., i,-ient. The Kiniiress
... .. . .. . - vl 1 ' ui n... I ... tl 1 .1. .. 1...: 1 i.'ii I. 1 .. . . . ' .
prnr uppenis lor eulistinent and pie- ouiiding n liouie tor the lodge There i - K ,re,R mf Japan lias already been released,
lures intended to inspire patriotism, he.has been 11 movement on for soino time "1V".,,," .V'" "ecessity of passing over!,l n,.r Kl nre now being dismount
said. ! looking forwanl t,. tl. l.n , railroad brdgo to get into the;,,,! at imuf wms!.
Knights of P.vthins hull. ..ml tin, nn. h'Ue K'ouuds. 1
pnintinent of this coinniittee to luvi.Hil. I . ' 0
gate will probably hHi'ig'tN matter ,o-', , V P A
tore the lodge in so.uo .lefinito form. ,."M,t nil other prices in
LEWIS REFUSES PERMIT.
. Here's your opportunity, prices d.:
jcnlly redm,.,! i the big l-n i tnro , 'V , J'', '' , " '': " 1 ' "Pprnprinte sufficient water fr
lonrancp Sale, lluren & Hamilton. ' ," , inK;. ,. " I ! I ClruvA and Jump-off creeks to irrig,
m,. .'H7T. . ..Jiiink., vnur i.iir.dms... K. C. .('. i-i,w,'",.v thousand neres of land nnd to!
PortlanO, Or., Nov. 11. Stale En-,
giueer Lew is today issued a permit to!
London, Nov. .11. Arthur Lynch in
the house of commons today merciless
ly raked F.uglish nrmv officers from
Lord Kitchener down for what he term-lbl , j,, ' ,u" c" "nW . Hon. Meats of yiwlitv nnd Flavor. , develop ,1,nu0 horsepower. Two large
ed their "ineo.npetei.ee and blunder- i ,. ! . , ! ' 7'r'biy beginning Jl-L jreservoirs nre included in the plans
lug." He urgej the sweeping away of !.,', .,,.,',!'' ,,"," , H,,nl,,,! T. A. Erixon. L. J. Chnpin and Wil--nnd, exclusive of them, the cost of the
id per cent ot the higher co.uinnnders, ,,,,. 1 ;,ii 1 ,,,, 1 lilllM KK'" w" 1,1 Albany Monday .work is estimated nt. 1,000.000. The
including Sir John French. ' , , r, ', " '. ?.V 1 11 "K..Wi leveling 'to engage in n heart to heart 1 project i located In Josephine founty.
He declared Hint unless F.nglnnd
makes 11 change she is moving straight
BIO LUMBER ORDER.
Taconin. Wash.. Nov. 11. A. C
Hemphill, contracting agent for the W.
suggested that. Parties intendl,, t on-" "K .w"n """" l l"r.''-
ler 1111 exhibit snould bring their com T- n"'n . . : '!''",r,'1,"
nun icuve it in the hull, ling in order
that it might be properly dried out, as
It, (trace nnd eonnmnv. announced to-!
day that his cn.npnnv hud received thn!
contract for 7,.'iO0,H00 feet of elxcl
lumber which will be used ill the eon-1
struct ion of t'oo l'ntuiinn cnnnl, and mid-
ed thnt if the right price could be ob-
talned he would let the order to local I
mills. The contract involves $100,000.
SNOW WIUTB LINEN8
ENDS NOVEMBER 84TII
Iraiiwige, and as to what action that
community could profitably tnlio under
the new dniinage Ian'. Whilo members
of the commercial club were personally
in favor of extended drainage opera
tions in the county, they decided to
first bring the mutter before tho grang
es of the county, and if thev are fav
orable, take in, the matter of nddl-
(tioirnl drainage on the plan of tiie
ijt j French Prairii, district. About
square miles of the French Prairie
district was surveyed by nn expert sent
by the government, the only expense to
the farmers being that of a rod man.
rterlin, Nov. 11. The kaiser
today decorated American Am
bassador Gerard's wife with
Red Cross gold medals for first
nnd second eluss, This is the
first time a Gorman first class
medal has ever been given to a
woman not of royal blood.
HINK How Many;
happy travelers era
They er wedded to tn
that everywhere prevails. I
They know how perfect!-
That St quickens the p-'
petite-imparts Z. A. Z. (ask
Truly this is a good ideal
to be married" to. Why
not espouse it today? .
Rooms tiith privet of btth $1
or mora th day. Rooma with
prWtbtri$1.50of mor ihdy
Th thing that tppIi-modnl
SNOW WHITE LINENS
ENDS NOVEMBER 24TH