Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 12, 1915, Page TEN, Image 10

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Special Attractive Offerings in Ready-to-Wear Section
Women's Suits
A big assortment of Suits in plain ma
terials and mixtures. All good styles
usually sold to $22.50, extra
special $11.65
Women's and Misses' Suits A Grand
Newest styles and fabrics values to
$:J0.00, extra special $13.65
Sale of Black Halycon and Mercerized
Cloth Petticoats
A line of our regular values to $2 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, 36, 38 no two alike values
to $1.50. While they last, choice 95c ea.
Another Opportunity to Buy Rain Coats
at a Big Saving
New Coats, this season less One
Third in Price
$6.50 Rain Coats extra special .$ 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 extra special $13.33
$25.00 Rain Coats extra special $16.67
Special Showing of Swimming and Gymnasium Togs Bloomers, Middies, Bathing Suits, Swimming
Caps, Gym Shoes, Members of Swimming and Gymnasium Classes should see this assortment. Prices Low.
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Another Stirring Sale
of Miliinerv for To
morrowAny Trim
med or Untrimmed Hat
in stock Your Choice
at Half Price
Our Inst Halt) of Hats lit
half price- proved bu nttrue
tivo to Hnk'm woman, that wo
lmvo decided to hold nu oven
greater sale tomorrow. A
sweeping sulo of Trimmed and
Untrimnicd Hutu worm of
pretty styles to choose from.
Your Choice of any Hat in stock, Tomorrow One
Half Price. Millinery Section (Second Floor.)
ft fa'
Special for Tomorrow in the Men's and Boys' Section
Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Wool Shirts for .... . .98c
Here are splendid grade Wool Shirts just the
garment for this cold weather in brown or olive
drab with flat or military collar. Our regular
$1.25 and $1.50 sellers, special for tomorrow . .98c
Regular $2.50 Capes, special for tomorrow's
se,,ing $1.45 each
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All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glasses correctly. C. fc bunk bldg.
Articles of Incorporation for the
Standard Abstract Co., of Portland,
were aprovod today by Corporation
Commissioner Henuldorinnn. The capit
alization of tho compiiuy is $10,000.
Dr. E. T. Mclntiro, pnysiclan and
surgeon, 214 Masonic bid)?. Phone 440.1
Romomber tho price of meat before
tho Mul got came, 37 1 tstuto street. .
Monitors of O. A. R. will meet at the
armory Saturday nt 12:.'lll noon to go
in a body to attend the funeral of our
Into commander, F.. 1.. l'mind, I). Web
ster, adjutant.
The Midget market Is a good thing,
ftoosfc for it.
I White Swan lunches are surely mak- j
'ing a hit. j
The remains of the lato FranJi L.j
Pound may he viewed by the old sol-1
diers or friends at the Webb & ('lough
uiul'ii taking parlors Saturday morning
in. until muni. Services will be held ati
tho First Methodist church nt 1 o'clock.
Dr. Aseeln, densist, Salom Ban.li of
Commerce Bldg.
Beginning Sunday, Ye Liberty thea
tre will put on a thrco net of a Sullivan
& C'onsidine show, direct from Pnntnges,
Portland. The show is billed at Ye Lib
erty for jndny nnd Monday.
The Christian church -will hold a ba
zaar November 20 at Huron & Hamilton's.
If you cloan it with Lightning it's
Word was received today by W. M.
Hamilton, president of the Salem Com
mercial club, that tho recently elected
secretary nnd manager, O. H. Luck, will
not arrive in tho city until about the
20th of this mouth.
No soap needed with Lightning
Washing Powder.
Among those who are in the city to
attend the funeral of Frank Pound,
aro Mrs. Wesley Davis, MeMiniivillo;
MrB. A. J. Hicks, Portland; Frank .T.
Beach, Newberg, nud Lester Dressier
and wife, Portland,, i
Lightning Washing Powder at Damon
The dirt won't set if you use Light
ning. Arthur H. Moores, the bicycle man
ou Court street, is moving to day into
lurger and bettor arranged quarters,
just one door west from his present
location. Ho has been in his former
location for the past 15 years.
Lightning Washing Ponder good for
George H. Himes, of Portland, who is
well known as tho historian of Oregon,
will deliver the next address before the
Pilgrim's club at tho Congregational
church, on the evening of December 12.
He will talk of the pioneer days of Ore
gon. The O. K. Grocery sells Lightning
Washing Powder.
A harvest home supper will be given
i at the First .Methodist church the cven
j ing of Monday, November 22, for the
benefit of the Old People's Home, 1144
Ferry street. Mrs. K. K. Fisher is chair
j man of the committee having the sup
per in cnurge.
Lightning Washing Powder goes
twice ns far as other kinds.
W. H. Copeland, agent for the Kansas
City and Southern railway at Detjuiney,
La., who has been visiting his mother-in-law,
Mrs. M. M. Fox, of North
! Fourth street, left yestuerday for his
; home. During his western trip, he vis-
ited a sister at Everett, Wash., and
relatives at Newberg. '
j Keep the price of meat where it be
longs. Trade nt the Midget, 1171 State
, street.
I Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Davis have as
'their guests at their home, H2." North
I Twenty-first street, Mr. and Mrs. Hon
, iy Neiiietji, from Washington, Kansas,
1 1 who have been visiting the Panntnn-Pa-
icitic exposition. Iteforo returning to
their home, they will visit n few days
! with Mr. nnd Mis. F. F. Schrnin, 203
Oak street.
J The Midget leads, others try to fol
low. The funeral of E. L. Pound, late coin
! mander of Sedgwick i'ost, No. 10, (1. A.
li., will be held tomorrow afternoon nt
j 1 o'clock from the First Methodist
church. Services will be in charge of
I the (f. A. li., Ladies of the (i. A. H., Wo
I mini's Helief Corps, and the Odd Fel
lows of Chemekctn lodge, No. 1.
Hats, $1.00. 212 Hubbard Bldg.
The monthly meeting of the Commer
I cial club will be held next Wodnes
i day, November 17. As these general
j meetings nre held but once a month,
, efforts will be made to secure a large
attendance to take cure of the business
! that has accumulated and to plan for
the coming of tho new mnnager.
Read about Meyers great sale of Mil
iinerv tomorrow. Any trimmed or uii-
trimined hut in stock, one-half price.
"Salem's Best Market Place"
For Your
We have selected with the greatest
care as to quality the following items:
Premium Plum Pudding, large ...55c
Medium 30c
Atmores Plum Pudding, large 55c
Medium, 30c; small 10c
Fancy G-Crown Cluster Raisins, lb. 25c
fl Crown Cluster Raisins, lb 15c
Mb. Cartoon Cluster Raisins 25c
Seedless Raisins, 1 lb. Carton, 2 for 25c
Seeded Raisins, 1 lb. Cartons, 2 for 25c
Loose Muscatels, bulk, lb 10c
Calarab Canded Figs, lb .20c
White Figs, lb .10c
Black Figs, lb ; 8 l-3c
Pure Mincemeat, bulk, lb 15c
Walnuts, California's best, lb 25c
Almonds, new ones, lb 25c
Corsican Citron, lb 30c
Orange or Lemon Peel, lb.-. ..... . .25c
Dromedary Dates, pkg 15c
We have engaged 100 fancy corn-fed
young hen and torn Turkeys, of the very
fanciest stock. Make your engage
ments now and be assured of getting
the size you wish. 25c a pound
Fancy young steer beef commands
the highest price and the supply never
exceeds the demand.
These prices are the lowest in the
city for this quality meat.
Fancy Rib Roast, lb 18c
Pot Roast, lb 11c
Short Ribs, lb 12c
Brisket, lb 10c
Pure Hamburger, lb 15c
Grain Fed Country Pork.
Chops, pound T 15c
Log Roasts, pound 15c
Pure Pork Sausage 15c
Fancy Young Veal.
Pest Roasts, pound 18c
Chops and Cutlets, pound 18c
Shoulder Roasts, pound 15c
Stew, pound 12c
Fancy Light Bacon, pound 26c
Swift's Picnic Hams, lb 12 l-2c
Cottage Hams, lb 17c
Special Sale
Men's Wool
Men's regular 23c Hose in black,
with grey heel and toe in light and
medium weights.
3 pair for 50c
.44-4-4- X
G. W. Johnson & Co.
141 N. Commercial St.
Salem, Oregon
You can help keep the price of meat
where it. belougs by trading at the -Midget
market, U71 Stato street.
Dr. H. M. Crooks, former president
of Albany college, uud family, are in
the citv the guests of the Hev. and
Mrs. Curl II. F.lliott, stopping over a
few days, on their way to Alinn, Mich.,
where Dr. Crooks has recently been
elected president of Alma college. He
fore going to Alma, thev will visit the
Rev. and Mrs. J. ('. Kliiott nt Seville.
Ohio. Mr. Llliott is a brother of Mis.
Christmas cards now on display, more
conveniently arranged than ever be
fore. Hundreds of 25 and 50 cent"
gifts. Come early while you have se
lection from full lilies. The Frame
Shop n.l (littery, 2711 N. Cnin'L
Scilc sit
The Oregon Cinrapractic association
will meet in Portland Saturday evening.
Following the business of the session a
banquet will be given. Among those
who will attend from this city are Dr.
O. L. Scott and Dr. 1'. H. May.
Next week, new classes in arithmetic,
commercial law, Knglish and shorthand
u-ill Iwi ..mtimntii.n.l nt. thn Cunitnl Hllsi-
ness college. No better time to begin
a course can bo found. For inforinn-1
tion. Phone .18S, or call ut eollego of- j
fice. i
Westacott-Thielsen Company
151 North High Street .
of tho highest order Is required
to roeogiii.e, and properly correct
defects of vision. It is extreme
lv unsafe to permit anyone not
thoroughly qualified to test your
eyesight or prescribe glasses
for you.
My examinations nre of tho
highest order, and my 3.1 years
of successful experience will be
at your service. I do not nso
drugs or drops as they nre
dangerous, I make no extra
charges (or examinations.
More tlinn that you will bo
supplied with louses that will
t correct any defects of vision
mown ny my exnniiiiiuioua.
! n- m d itfjJ
t vi. in. i. muiuwouiui
Rooms 210-211, U. S. Bit Bldg.
Plans and specifications for the su
per-structure of the W. W. Moore build
ing on Court -street hnve been drawn
by Architect (leorge M. Tost and will
be ready for tho contractors by next
Monday. The lot is -II by 5S feet, nnol
the excavations of the basement nine
feet four inches deep, were completed
Read about Meyers groat salo of Mil
linery tomorrow. Any trimmed or un
trimmed hat in stock," one-half price.
With the rains in tho valley, the riv
er is rising, and now is .5 foot nbove
low water nnttk. The government '
gunge indicated n .rainfall during the
past 21 hours of .(ill of an inch. Tho
(irahiiinonn will be put in service next
week ami the Pomona sent to dryock
in Portland to be overhouled for the
winter season. During the summer, tho
(Iriihanionn has been tied up at Port
land. Road about Meyers great sale of Mil
iinerv tomorrow. Any trimmed or nil
trimmed hnt in stock, one-half price.
Tho Washington Junior high school
foutluill team will play the Independ
ence high school team tomorrow inorii
im' ut lfl::i() o'clock on Willamette
field. Washington junior high is now
tho champion junior team of tho citv.
having ' defeated both tirnut and Lin
coln junior high, but tomorrow they
.will go up against n heavier team thnn
any they hnvo played this season.
Wo ask why? You have been paying
high prices for meat until the Midget
ciime. Are we deserving of your pat
ronage? W. C. Darling and wile, who have
have been conducting a delicatessen nt
Ml,1) Court street for several months, left
their place of business Monodny night
and hnve not been seen since. A bed
Sti4d, bureau and several cooking
utensils in the front window wati all
that was left when they departed, Al
though it Is said they owed several
small bills, it is not known why they
left so suddenly,
No bargain counter, no lnforior meat
to fool the people of Salem. Ilet qual
ity only at the Midget market, 1171
State street.
nans have been drawn for tho in
stalling of folding doors in the audi
torium of the Commercial club and are
now open to contractors for bids. With
these new folding doors, the main part
nf the nuditoriuin can lie separated
final the business office. Thus arranged
the nuilitnrimti can be thrown into one
room for larger niceting11. or can be
adapted to directors meetings or smiiller
Stated meeting of Multno
mah Chapter No. 1, II. A. M
this eveiiii(i. Work in the
Past and Most Kxcelleat de
grees. A full attendance Is
requested by order of the High
Priest. Visiting companions
Loaves Bread
Pork Chops, Pork Roast
or Side Pork, pound
4 Pounds of Curve Cut
Macaroni for
Creamery Butter, lb.,
23 cent Coffee, our
3 Pounds of Strained
Hygrade a 5 cent Salem-made cigar
where quality nnd workmanship mukiM
it unsurpassed.
Beginning next Monday, the opening
hours of the Salem Public Library wiU .
be changed. Under the new arrange
ment, the library will be open each
week day from 0 o'clock in the'iiior'niiifr
until i) o'clock in the evening, except
ing Saturdays, when the opening hour
will bo II) o'clock. This later opening
hour on Saturdays is on account of tho
children's hour, every Saturday morn
ing. Sundays the library will be open
from 2 until 5 o'clock in the afternoon
for vending only.
Caps and hats made, 75c. Hats on
sale, ifl.lill. Fvrs remodeled. Cet your
order in one week in advance. 2IU
Hubbard HUg.
Juvenile Dancing School every Satur
day i'roni 2 to 4 over Poinerov 's Jewel
ry store, Mrs. liiilph L. White, teacher
of fancy ami ball room dunces.
Tomorrow iB market and sales day,
nt the regular established sales burn
on Liberty and Trade streets. All sort
' of farm implements wilt be auctioned,
I under the supervision of W. S. Low,
'who has hud charge of the two prcccd
I ing sales. Among the articles listed,
besides farm produce and funning im
plements, it i o incubators, guns, .phono
graphs, chickens, and all sorts of live
stock. As Mr. Low expressed it, tlm
farmers alone can make these sales day
a success, by bringing in enough pro
' fluen nnd material of every kind, to
j mnku the sale worth attending. Kvery
j thing points to a successful murket Sat
j urday.
The regular meeting of the Salom,
Woman's club will bo held Saturday
afternoon nt 2:110 in tho public library,
I subject, "Frolic and Fancy in Shakes-
peurc Lnad -Mrs. Florence laitwngli'.
We are not fighting anybody in tho
ment business but we were tho first
shop to put the price of meat down.
We will sell nothing but first cIiihm
ment nnd we are here to stay. Peoples'
Murket. ll.T X. Liberty streel. Phono
tlll-L Oeo. Thoninson, Prop.
The Albany football team with about
2(10 friends will arrive in the city nt 1
o'clock tomorrow ufternoon on a special
run from Albany, nud will retina ini
medintely at the finish of the game.
Tonight "thero will bo a rally of high
school pupils, beginning nt the high
school and coming into the business dis
trict of the city. Not only the boys,
but the girls of the school nlso will tako
part in the rally. Ah referee for to
morrow's game, Mr. Ilauser. of Cho
inawn, hns been chosen, with Pete And
erson, of the (). A. C, umpire, nud Hen
McClelland, class of '15, head liues
! man.
I. M ,,-lT..ll, P I lM l,lIJ...MHll- f
f-l jii ii.-lMiijwMn hih "-Uai-" if -"tv jt-j &
16 Tounds of Sugar for
Valley Flour, sack
t l f t 4 t (
Dainon& Son
Reading Made
There is little pleasure in read
ing for the uian who needs glass
es and has none, or for tho man
who has glasses that have been
improperly fitted. Fitted with
glasses as we fit thent yon cnu
get real enjoyment out of your
favorito book or magazine. No
Biniinttng. No smarting eyes. No
blurred vision Just comfort and
Miss A. McCulIoch,
208 Hubbard Bldg. Phone 109
833 N. Commercial St.
Phone 68.
1 smnEY'S