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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1915)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 13, 1915,
"Meyers Prices IWill Be Found Lower By a Comparison of Value"
Special Attractive Offerings in Ready-to-Wear Section j;
AT UNMATCHED PRICES FOR
A big assortment of Suits in plain ma
terials and mixtures. All good styles
usually sold to $22.50, extra
Women's and Misses' SuitsA Grand
Newest styles and fabrics values to
$30.00, extra special $13.65
Sale of Black HaJycon and Mercerized
A line of our regular values to $2 to
close $1.10 each
These are exceptional values and are
recommended by us.
A Genuine BargainShirt 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
Cooler Weather Calls for Warmer Bedding i
THIS WEEK WE FEATURE WOMEN'S MERODE HAND FINISHED UNDERWEAR
See The Special Window Display
A Great Sale of Latest
Embroidered Ki fnonos
Imported from Japan
Here's a Sale that should attract all women who admire dainty Kimonas of a different
sort. Splendidly embroidered in colors to match each garment; large flowing sleeves;
-fringed girdle band to match. At this price they will sell rapidly so we urge an early at
tendance. May be had in pink, light blue, delft blue, light green, coral and raspberry.
Nothing would make a more acceptable holiday gift for sister, mother or girl friend. Ex
tra special for next Wednesday
Be Sure and See The Window Display
Splendid showing Blankets, Comforts, Indian
Robes, etc. (Second floor). You'll find our assort
ment of bedding and home needs complete in every
respect Robesr Comforts and Blankets selected
with utmost care to insure good quality and lasting
satisfaction to every purchaser.
COTTON BLANKETS In white and colored
Fancy borders 50c to $2.50
Fancy Plaids blue, grey and tan $2.85 to $3.95
FANCY BLANKETS Bathrobe Blankets (cotton)
'with cords $3.50
Indian Robes (cotton), special $3.95
Couch Throws (cotton), Indian patterns $1.95
Traveling Robes (cotton), special $3.95
Jacquard Comfortables, beautiful patterns ....
"$2.95, $4.50, $5.95
CRIB BLANKETS In white and fancy elTects
50c to $1.65
BABY BAGS Dainty patterns, very pretty. . .$2.00
WOOL MIXED BLANKETS White, colored and
plaid elfects $3.75 to $5.95
ALL WOOL BLANKETS-White and fancy checks,
pretty borders $6.00 to $13.50
WOOL INDIAN ROBES .... $4.95, $6.50 and $7.50
WOOL AUTO ROBES (fringed) ... $6.95 and $7.95
COTTON COMFORTS-Plain Cotton, $1.00 to $2.50
Maish Laminated Down Comforts. . . .$3.25 to $4.00
Fancy Cotton Comforts Varied assortment. .
$3.75 to $13.50
Eiderdown Comforts Splendid ....$7.50 to $12.50
Wool Batts for making Comforts. .$2.50 and $3.75
Wool Bats bunting covered $3.50
Wool and Cotton mixed Batts priced at $2.00
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
The Christian church will hold a ba
zaar November 20, at Bureu & Hamil
ton's. Ho'ne laid eggs will be the only kind
used in the making of cakes anil bak
ery goods, na Oregon's famous Chinoso.
egg law has been declared constitu
tional by a Portland judge. It remain
for the supremo court of the state ami
possibly the supremo court of the Uni
ted States to say whether tho law 1
unconstitutional. ' Tho Chinese egg law
passed by the Ultii legislature require
that dealers selling Chinese eggs, or
using them in the making of any bak
ery goods, must display a sign stating
this to be the ease.
Four high class artists to he heard i)
the musical artists course for ifo am
$4 the course. (Single concert $2. Ni
extra price charged for reserving scnt.
- ! special win
l' earlier hour i
I us tu justify
Let Us Make These Long
By supplying you with a
pair of our carefully 1
RELIEVE YOUR EYESTRAIN Then read and
embroider with comfort.
Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist
208-209 Hubbard Bldg. Phene 109
For two yoars tho old Municipal As
sembly kept circuses out of Ht. Louis;
aud tho pcoplo pose lu their might and
ended tho old Municipal Assembly for
ever; but perhaps there was no connec
tion between tho two actions.
AH Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glasses oorroctly. U. S. bank bldg.
The barber shop of Thomas Newber
ry, on tho Mc.Gilchrist comer, (state
and Liberty streets, will bo removed
to 401 Court street early next week.
Dr. R. T. Mclntlre, p&yslclan and
surgeon, 14 Masonic bldg. Phone 440.
Miss Cynthia Maus, of St Louis, will
address tlio First Christian church Sun
day school tomorrow morning. (She is
engaged in interdenominational work,
anil will leave this evening for Eugene
to address tho Biblo school iustituto at
While tho housekeepers ore accustomed
to bargain counters in the dry goods
i lino, a regular bargain counter with all
sorts of choice pork chops and steaks
displayed, right out in front, with
prices in plain figures, is just n little
, out of the usual.
' Caps and hats made, 75c. Hats on
i u.ln 41 rut v.,,.l..l...l i..m.
1 I order in one week in iiflvnnrc. r
Assistant State School Superinten
dent Frank K. Welles returned to Sa-
Next week, new classes in arithmetic.
commercial Inw. Knirlish und shorthand ! lem to.lnv from Aumsville. where he at
will be commenced at the Capital Busi-j tended the dedication of the new school
ness college. io better time to begin
a course can be found. . For informa
tion, Phono 388, or cirll at college of
fice. The meat war may not be adding to
the gaiety of nations, but the average
housekeeper in tho city seems to ap
prove of the fight that is now going
on between the various butcher shops.
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
Our Thanksgiving Profit
Giving Sale Commences Nov
ember 15 Fr Example, With Every
$3.00 purchase we will give
you $1.00 Worth of FREE Merchandise
COR. COURT &HIGHSTS.
building which was recently erected by
(no Aumsville district.
The teachers of the city public
schools, and the principals of schools
throughout the county were addressed
this morning at the high school by Dr.
II. D. (Sheldon of the department of
education of the Oregon university.
For those Sunday cigars try La Cor
ona, (Salem's best 10 cent ciear.
Bealizing there are a number of Aus-
tiinns und Italians living in the city,
the itev. James r.lvin extends an in
vitatlon to them to attend his lecture
(Sunday evening nt. the First Congrega
tional church when he will talk on
"Austria and Italy."
May Fong Tye, best noodles in the
city. Everything clean. (Short orders.
E. F. Carleton, assistant state school
superintendent, will leave this city this
afternoon for Black Hock, where ho is
scheduled to deliver an address nt the
CT.eri'iscs held in connection with the
dedication of the new school house at
The White Swan Sunday dinners are
tho best in (Salem for the money.
The ninth grade of the Grant iuiiior
.mgli school entertained the football
team of the school last evening nt the
homo of Miss (Hyde (fnrdnor, who was
assisted ny .miss -nn .lolinson. The ev
ening was spent in music nud gnmcs,
followed by refreshments.
A delightful time tonight at Armory
dance. Peerless orchestra. 00 cents,
The only measure coming before the
voters nt tho election, December li, is
thnt of -tho proposed amendment to the
city charter, to euable tho city to fore
(lose assessment liens and to give valid
title. This refers to property where the
assessments have not been paid for
three years. The method proposed in
this measure is the same as provided
by the state law for the foreclosure of
tax liens. Amendments to the city
charter require a majority vote.
Lawrence P. McOraham, of Chicago,
111., will sneuk at the W. C. T. I', hull
(Sunday at 4 p. ni.
The interdenominational rally held
yesterdny afternoon at the Jason Lee
Methodist church, with an attendance
of inoro than one hundred, The pro
gram included a paper by Mrs. F. T.
Porter on, "Our Hecruits, Their Needs,
Our Needs," and one by Mrs. B. L.
(Steeves on tho subject of "Foes Within
Our Camp." Miss Nellie Cnsebere read
a paper on, "Victories Already Won."
The next rally will be held sometime
next spring, probably in March.
Good music, good floor, good time
assured, armory dance tonight. Peer
less orchestra. '
The Elks aro preparing for a big cele
bration, to be held at the Elk lodge in
this city on the evening of Thursday,
December 2. The committee in chnrce
of tho features of tho evening aliendyix
have several novel and entertaining X
ideas in preparation, one of which will
feature the early days of '411 end sports
known to tho early settlers. The com
initteo in chnrge of tho specials for the
evening include A. L. Wullnee, William
Patterson imd Robin Day.
I The Oregon Electric will run a spe
icial train a week from today front
'Portland to Eugene for tho O. A. C
! Oregon football gunio to bo played at
' Kugene, November -0. Tho special will
leave Portland S:lo o'clock in too
morning, arrive in Salem 0:1"', Albany
Ul:M), arriving in Eugene at noon. A
snecinl will be run from Salem at nil
if the indications are such
lustilv the special., jr. not, mo
Salem people will be taken .care ol on
the Portland special. The return to Sa
lem may be male oa any of the regu
lar trains, the last one leaving Kiigeno
sliortlv idler in i I ii i mIi t . arriviii" iii Hti-
II lem ;i:lo o'clock in the morning.
Salem musical artists course present.
Oudslii, prima donna soprano; (inbriln
witsch. world renowned pianist agist
ed by .Madame Clara (lubrilowitseli, con
tralto, and Do Gogorzn, the noted con
cert baritone, in concert during th
mouths of December, Jununry and Feb
ruary. Heserved seats now selling ut
tho music stores.
In the case of a death a few daya
Hl.il, HIV 1IV....J ,,..,.Mh
of death had not filed his certificate
with the county clerk, and the clerk
when called upon to show that the no
tnry had authority to take an affidavit,
could not certify. Tim insurance agent
was of the opinion that while there it
no penalty attached if a notary due
not file his certificate according (
law. yet it might save trouble if notar
ies were just a little marc careful in
hr.viag their certil'icnlcs properly t'ileil
with the county court.
The musical artists course is now
forming n list of patrons and patrones
ses among representative people of tho
city, including many prominent society
ladies, leading musicians aud educators.
The list of names will be publislioil
later. Management' Minncttn .Mngers.
Eegarding the musical artists course,
to be brought to this city during tho
winter through the efforts of .Miss Min
etta Majors, u letter was received thin
morning by Miss Mngers from one of
the prominent teachers of the Oregon
Normal school at Monmouth stating,
"I hope you will not have to give up
the. course as it is a great thing for
Salem and this vicinity to have them."
Tho letter also states that nt least 200
students from tho normal school may
be tNpeeted to attend the concerts, an
the subject, had been taken up with thi -student'
body and this number hail
agreed to come. In addition to tlu
students of tho normal school, the writ
er was of the opinion that several n ti r
parties would come for at least the first
r.ouccrt, and probably nil.
Wednesday of this week L. G. Foyon
Icf rortlnnd, Btato agent for the Nonl
Deutsche Insurance coinpuny, n. i.. Jio
linger, local agent, was in Salem, set
tling with George Bros., the fire los
sustained Tuesday night on the Whito
House restaurant. It was gratifying d
George Bros, to receive a check in full
for their loss in less than 10 hours after
the fire and they are liberal in their
praise for the Nord Deutsche company
and the courtesy accorded by Mr. Fey
RICHARD SON ' S
SNOW WHITE LINENS
ENDS NOVEMBER 2iTH
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tonight. Peerless Orchestra.
Plenty of turkey. Last Sunday the
Gray Bello inaugurated a Hundny tur
key dinner, serving between the hours
of 5 and 7:110 p. m. The patronage ac
corded tho first dinner so far exceeded
expectations that the management was
uniiblo to supply the demand. Sufficient
turkey for everybody has beeu provided
for the dinner tomorrow so there will
be no disappointments. Hemeiuber the
hours, S to ii.'IO p. m.
Mrs. Bryngelson will do dressmaking
nt her home or go out by the day at
2 for the halnnee of the season. Phone
"iOD-H, or call at 252 North Cottage.
Every merchant in Salem should see
the value of supporting any attraction i
thnt "will bring into Salem 600 iieonle .
trom adjoining towns. Hub has been the i
record of the musical artists course.
The last day on which to register for
the coming election is just one week
from today. December 20 is the final
day for registration, and the election
will be Monday, December H. Muny
voters have never registered, although ;
when a voter once registers, it is not '
necessary to register again, as long as '
the residence remains the same. The
full voting strength of the city is over
0,000, although nt the present rate of
registration, this (lumber of citizens
will not exercise their right at tho com
ing elect iou.
f Does Sewing Tire Your f
Ton should experience no dis
comfort in doing the finest Kind
of embroidery or sewing if j-mi
wear correct glasses or have -perfect
vision. If you find diffi
culty in reading or sewing for
any length of time yon should
consult nie at once. My 3.1 years
of practical experience are al
ways nt your services. I do not
use drugs or drops of any kind
for examinations us they are dan
gerous. I guarantee satisfaction in
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn
Booing 210 211, U. S. Bk. Bldg.
BNOW WHITE LINENS
ENDS NOVEMBER 24TH
SNOW WHITE LINENS
ENDS NOVEMBER 24TH