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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 12, 1915.
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Great Extra Specials
Our Men's Clothing Store
Men's SUITS and
S25.00 Values $20.00
$22.50 Values .,.$18.00
$20.00 Values ......... .$16.00
$17.50 Values $14.00
$15.00 Values $12.00
$10.00 Values $8.00
Extra Special Offering
$5.00 values $4.25
$4.00 values $3.45
$3.00 values $2.55
$2.50 values $2.10
$2.00 values $1.70.
$1.50 values $1.30
$1.00 values 85c
50c values 45c
Boy's Knee Pants
A Large, Snappy Stock to
$3.50 Suits $2.98
$4.00 Suits $3.40
$5.00 Suits $4.25
$7.50 Suits $6.35
$8.50 Suits $7.20
$10.00 Suits $8.50
Boys' Knee Trousers 75c
One Assortment of
Broken Lines for
$7.50, $8.50, $9.00,
$10,00 and $12.50
The regular' prices of these
Suits are $15, $20.00 and $25.00
Men's $1 Golf Shirts now 79c
Men's White Handkerchiefs
15c Values 9c
10c Values 6c
5c Values 3c
GENERAL EXTRA SPECIALS
Men's $1.00 Work Shirt. Jumbo size, triple stitched
and reinforced, now . , , 85c
Men's black and tan Soxs, regular 10c values,
now 4 pair for 25C
Men's elastic ribbed Under Shirts and Drawers, 50c
values, now 37c a Garment
Men's Ribbed Under Shirts and Drawers, superior
quality, 50c values now 45c
Men's Heavy Fleeced Lined Under Shirts and Draw
ers, 50c values ....... 45c
TRY SALEM FIRST
ALrM eommtiteiAL club
Will be good until Sat
urday (Nov. 13th) 9 p.
m. After that our
artist will be at Room
7, 1. 0. O. F. Bldg., until
all orders are finished,,
where you are invited
to call regarding any
thing pertaining to pictures.
The Mrs. Wall Stock of
and Stamped Goods on
Sale here. Prices Cut
t Corduroy Caps
$1.50 Values 99c
$1.25 Values 89c
85c Values 59c.
75c Automobile Cap 39c
values to $30.00
one lot of chil
State Gathering May Be At
tended By More Than
The State Older Boys' Conference, to
be held in thin city November 2ii, 27
and 2S, promises to bo one of the larg
est conferences ever held by this org
anization, as the entertainment com
mittee, of which George F. Rodgors is
chairman, -report cards coming in indi
cating an attendance of more than
It is Salem's privilege to entertain
these young men, coming from all parts
of the state and to treat them so gen
erously that they will carry to their
homes the good word that the people
of the city are back of and encourage
the work of the Oldea Boys' conference.
The following letter has been issued
by Governor Withycomho:
Salem, Ore., Nov. .15, 11U5.
To the Bovs of Oregon:
There will be held at Salem the Old
er Bovs' conference of Oregon oil the
2iith, 27th and 2sth of November, and
I am told that boys' organizations
throughout the state are expected to at
tend. Throughout the country the worth of
boys' work and boys' piny is becoming
to be recognized more and more. Both
are also becoming better organized. 1
personally believe most heartily in the
development of the club idea among
boys. The development of buys.' clubs
clubs is a work which receives my
heartiest commendation and I want the
boys of Oregon to understand that if
I can help them in any way to get more
out of life, either in their work or in
their play, they may count upon my help
I hopo every boys' organization in
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wrcgim will oe represented mm i m'i j-m
that inst ns ntanv will be in attendance'
as possibly can arrange to be there.
Gatherings for the exchange of ideas
and the working out of plans of co
operation nro extremely valuable and
should be encouraged to the fullest de
gree possible. The one big secret of
progress is to see "what tho other fel
low is doinir" and if ho is doing some-
thine ft little better than you are, then
try to find put the secret of his effici
ency and copy it, or, on the other hand,
if you have some secret of success of
your own, pass it oil to him lor hi
. We never do
things by i
instance quarter sizes
And speaking of
quarter sizes, you'll
find many stores that
poo-hoo the idea they
don't want to double up
their stock of Collars
want to do business as
Quarter sizes, or
good collars, or courte
ous attention, or
whatever it may be
has doubled our collar
business the past six
months and still we're
not satisfied. We're
after YOU as a collar
Triangle brand 15c
each or 2 for 25c.
HAMOND BISHOP CO.
Tho Toggery 167 Com'l St.
Are Three Days' Journay
Eastward From Oregon
State Engineer John H. Lewis return
ed last night from a trip to Chicago
where he landed at the headquarters
of tho Western Society of Civil Engin
eers after a three day's journey east
ward from this stato. The discussions
at this meeting of tho westorn civil
ongincers was on matters relating to
water rights and titles. No definite
action wus taken and no details were
worked out on the proposed national
legislation which it is considered is
needed to place water rights and titles
WARRANT FOR KRAUSE'S ARREST
Juneau, Alaska, Nov, 12. With, a
warrant out fof his arrest on a charge
of impersonating a United StnteB mar
shal and with scores of people here and
nf Mia Trnfwl ivntl minna bintfincv fnr tlim
upon a firm and universal basis in Unit-1 H , hii.,,i tut ;f v:,lur,i ifrm.QA 1.
cd States. j foull(j l0 mny jj6 able to explain tho
Tho next meeting of tho engineers j dtsnppcarance of William Christie,
will bo held in New York in January
and will not bo held on tho western
frontier at Chicago.
amalgamator at the Treadwcll mines
Christie was married recently. Krnuse
is said to havo been a rival for the
yonng woman's affoetionB.
Come in now and make your Selection of Winter
Wearing Apparel. We have our stocks in the best of
shape. Full assortment of all kinds of Men's and
Boys' Goods'" i
In the two-piece and union
suits. From the all cotton to
the nicest grades of Austra
lian wool. Prices
50c to $5.00 the Suit
Men's and Bovs'
that are guaranteed to keep
out the rain.
$3.50 to $15.00
$3.75 to $5.00
Heavy Work Shoes
Made with solid oak tan
soles, imported veal uppers.
As near waterproof as shoes
can be made.
$3.50 to $8.50
The Newest Styles in
The full box balmaroo. Just
the coat for this country.
$12.50 to $25.00
All Wool Blankets
In white and mixed goods
$3.00 to $12.00
Roberts $3.00 Hats
"Just Wright" Dress
$450 and $5.00
More Than Usual Interest
Was Taken In Exhibition
Tho following prizes have been
awarded to the corn growers who ex
hibited at the Silverton Poultry and
Corn show, 'which will close Saturday
evening. From all rejiorts, more than
usual interest lias been taken in trio
show this year, and tho poultry exhibits
us well as corn, arc more in number
nnd of a much higher' quality than in
former years. All the cash prizes
awarded at this show were given by the
Coolidgo nnd McClainc bnuk, of Sil
Torton. The prizes awarded for the corn ex
hibits are as follows:
Hundred ears Vellow Pent First, A.
T. ('line, second, O. Jl. Ottowny,
Hundred ears White Dent rim,
Dell limber, second, O. A. Duhl, .');
third, Ci. (I. Evans, iC'.
Ten ears yellow Dent first, A. T.
Cline, i'.5U; second, II. 0. Duhl, 1.00;
third, J-urs tlundorson, ifl.
Ten ears White Dent First, O, A.
Dnhl, 2.50; second, J. Iverson, $ 1.50 j
third, I'eter Stoffcn, 1.
ltest single ear of corn rirst, A. T.
Clino; second, (). A, Da hi.
Ton ears Flint corn First, O, II.
Ottoway, 1.50; second, Oscar Loo, $1;
third, Oliver Stcffen, 5U cents.
Twelve ears Sweet corn (ripe)
first, w. i , uarner, f l..ru; second, Os
car 1.00, $.
TwoJvo ears Popcorn First, W. (J.
Harrier 5: second. A. L Van ( leave.
third, Oscar Loe, 2.
Dost general display of corn First,
O. H. Ottowny, 7.50; second, W. C,
(lencral farm display First, Dell
Barber; second, Hoy Skaifo; third,
Host exhibit grown on town lot
First, John Conrad.
Federation May Adopt
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uregan man s mea
i San Francisco, Nov. 12. Indications
today were that tho delegates to the
national convention of tho American
Federation of Labor, in session here,
will adopt a rcsoution offered by Fred
j. Hourne, of Oregon, providing lor the
appointment of a committee to inves
tigate craft unionism and industrial un
ionism. The committoe, if decided up
0:1, will be asked to report to tho 10)6
Hourne holds that tho federation
should be developed distinctly alon
one lino or tho other. Tho principlo of
industrial unionism, its adherents point
ed out, would unite all workers in any
industry in a common body instead of
tho various craft branches necessary
under the other svstcin.
THE SULLIVAN AND
That has been formerly play
ing in the Grand Theatre will
be shown in the future
OREGON AND BLIGH
Booking Agent 3. ft 0. Circuit
Sends Check For SI 500
To Pay For Auto License
Secretary of State Olcolt this morn
ing received a check for 1,500 from n
Portland ninn to pay for an auto li
cense for .1010. The price for auto li
censes ranges from ') to $10 according
to the horse power of tho engine and
the price for tho license tag for this
particular car was $5. Mr. Olcott re
turned the cheek with tho request that
! another for only $5 bo sent. The ear
for which tho license was wanted is a
Hudson 1014 model and it is evident
that tho 1,500 cheek was an error as
this umount was nearer tho purchase
prico of the cur.
to prosecute the case. Judge Belt, ac
companied by court reporter, MisB H. F.
Barrett, is in McMinuvilln this week
holding a session of tho circuit court
for Yamhill county. Tho Hoolli murder
case comes up for hearing at this term.
Dallas to Have Sales Day.
Dallas is to have u monthly sales day
and the date has been sot for Satur
day, November 27th. The sale will be
held in tho Hurke livery bum on North
Main street and any article, to bo soli!
may be left at tho barn in the meantime)
nnd good care will be token of tho snmo.
An auctioneer will begin tho sale of
goods at 1:30 on that day and thiiij.;n
that have not beon sold in tho foroneoiv
will bo disposed of. An opportunity iti
given to peopilo to strike their own bar
gains up to tho timo of auctioneering
Coyote Still at Large.
The coyote that has been cunsing tho
farmers in this locality much damage in
the past several weeks by robbing
chicken roosts and killing young pigH
and sheep is still ut largo though sev
eral limiting parties have been organ
ized the past week and after spending
much time in search of the animal havo
returned homo empty handed.
S. P. DECLARES DIVIDEND.
New York, Nov. 11. Tho Southern
Pacific today declurcd its TORiiIur
quarterly dividend of a 2 per cent on
tiio common stock. C. N. Bliss resigned
us director and l' D. Underwood suc
Polk County Goats
Win At Exposition!
(Capital Journal Special Sorvico.) j
Dnllns, Ore., Nov. 12. Word was re-!
eeived in Dallas Thursday morning that
William Itiddell & Sons of Monmouth,
won three firHt prizes in throo see.tions
for Angora goats at tho l'liniimn-l'lieific (
exposition in San Francisco, Wednes
day. Tho Iliddell goats havo a national j
reputation as prize 'winners nnd have
captured prizes at stato and live stock
fairs in the Pacific Nor
past several years.
Northwest for the
i Physicans Are Accused
Ran IVanciseo, Nov. JO. Sixteen
"John Doe" warrants for the arrest
of San Francisco and Oaklnnd physi
cians will be issued In connection with
the Investigation of an elleged drun
ring started yesterday, according to the
statement today of Collector of In
ternal Kevenuea Scott.
A preliminary raid today on an Oak
land lodging hoitso by federal officials
resulted in morphine being found hid
den in match boxes and other innocent
T.oril Nnrtheliff. iv nvnr In Tyin
don, predicts elvil ar in the United K
states, lie ought to consult an oculist
about his farsightedness,
Divorce Case Dismissed.
Circuit Judge II. H. Belt disposed of i
a number of cases that have been up be
fore the court for somo time this week.
Notublo among them wns the divorce
proceedings of Nellio Billings vs.
(leorgo Billings, which was dismissed
because of tho failure of tho plaintiff
FIGHTING THE MEAT TRUST
WITH THE CHOICEST OF
MEATS-Not 2nd Grade
All Steaks 10c
All Roasts 10c
Boiling Meats 6c to 8c
All other meats in propor
tion, delivered to all parts
THE CHEAPEST MEAT
121 S. Com'l St. Phone 217
On Boilers, Wash
Tubs, Pails, Wring
ers, Wash Boards,
and All Wash Day
25c Wash Boards 17c
45c Brass King Wash Boards 27c
$3.00 Perfection Guaranteed Wringer $1.98
$2.25 Extra Heavy Galvanized Boiler $1.63
$2.50 Extra Heavy Copper Boiler $1.78
$3.50 All Copper High Grade Boiler $2.18
$1.25 Heavy galvanized Tub, wooden drop or station
ary handles, wringer attachment 95c
$1.35 Heavy galvanized Tub, wooden drop or station
ary handles, wringer attachment $1.05
60c Anti-Rust Bottom Pail .39c