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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY. NOV," 16, 1915.
Tomorrow-Our Wednesday Surprise
A Great Sale of Latest Embroidered Kimonas
Imported From Japan
Here's a sale that should attract all women who admire Dainty Kimonos 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 attendance. May be had in Pink, Light Blue, Delft Blue,
Light Green, Coral and Raspberry. Nothing would make a more acceptable holi
day gift -for sister, mother or girl Friend. EXTRA SPECIAL FOR TOMOR
ROW .......... $1.89
All Around Town
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
SPECIAL NOTICE Through an error in the advertising department, these
Kimonas were advertised to sell at $2.89 in a previous issue of this paper.
The selling price is $1.89 instead of $2.89.
BE SURE TO SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAY
Meyers prices will be
found lower by a com
parison of values.
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
WANTS TEDDY TO RUN. j
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T l T T r t "P t P
HUGHES NOT DECIDED.
New Tork, Nov. 1(1. Rumors
that Hindi II McCormick of Chi
cago asked ex-President Hoose
velt to permit his numo to be
presented to Iho Illinois State
primaries in April followed
McCoruiiek's visit to Oyster
Washington, Nov. 10. Justico
Hughes of the supreme court
is not ready to announea his
action toward the petition of
Nebraska republicans to place
his nnme on the state primary
ballot, it was stated at, his homo
today. Only a court injunction
can keep his numo off the
HISTORIC RACE TRACK BURNS.
Washington, Nov. 10. Efforts to
find tho stableman who is missing and
believed to havo perished in the fire
which destroyed tho historic Benuing's
race track on tho outskirts of Washing
ton had failed early today. Four other
stablemen who wero burned, are in a
serious condition. The grandstands
and fourteen stables were destroyed.
Ten vnlunblo race horses were burned
TODAY AND TOMORROW
lVJf;! f4r f-ltA 1T ovrvr" The .Great American Story, featuring Lillian
uiwiiuvj Lorrain and William Courtlclgh Jr.
VINCENT and BERG in ODDITIES and NOVELTIES
L I G ILJ Matinee 10 Cents
Theatre Night 15c
Best and Biggest
( V (1 .
ri7i ' oSSSS. 0T "anos and
Kif ' v TWO USED TALKING MACHINES J
1 VCn'2 i ctJ,1"0 EDI80N- WITH $18 WORTH OF FINE RECORDS, $118. f
I nPSrVM V SS5t1?A0H1NB IN 0UB WINW. ONE $f,0 COLUMBIA i
WlKfl Valley Mic House 1
oC N" C0MMER0IAL STREET 1,110119 493, ' F" HULL' Mgr' '
ere are some rea
THE BIO STOCK OF FINE PIANOS, AND PLAYER PIANOS,
BOUGHT FROM THE HOWARD PIANO HOUSE ARE GOING FAST,
YOU HAD BETTER COME IN TOMORROW AND MAKE YOUR
SELECTION. YOU WILL FIND HERE THE LARGEST ASSORT
MENT OF FINE PIANOS EVER ON EXHIBIT IN THIS CITY, IN
Tins FINE LINE OF THE OLDEST AND BEST MAKES YOU
WILL FIND THE HOBART M. CABLE, J. & 0. FISCHER, KOHLER
ft CAMPBELL, EMERSON, ANDREW KOHLER, AND OTHER
STANDARD MAKES. THIS LINE OF INSTRUMENTS ARE SOLD
ON RESTRICTED PRICES, SO WE CANNOT QUOTE THE LOW
PRICES WE ARE MAKING' ON THIS LINE. COME IN, GET THE
YOU WILL ALSO FIND HERE
THE KIMBALL. CHIOKERING, STEGER, FRENCH & SONS,
STROHBER, SMITH ft BARNES, IN FACT WE HAVE ON OUR
FLOOR TWENTY DIFFERENT MAKES OF STANDARD INSTRU
MENTS. USED PIANOS AND ORGANS
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glasses correctly. U. . bank bldg,
The body of Mrs. Anne E. Smith, who
died in 1'ortland November 14, will ar
rive in tho city tomorrow afternoon
for burial in the Odd Fellows cemetery.
Dr. R. T. Mcln'..re, pnyslclan and
...... Ann 91.1 Vfnanni Kl.l.. AAfl
I The Woman's Alliance of the Unitar
ian church will meet with lira. A. I).
1'almer, of 1171 Chemekcta street, next
Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. All
; members and friends are cordially in
j vited to attend this meeting.
i Dr. Stone's Drug Store.
! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steusloff and Mr.
'and Mrs. Dan J. Fry, California tour-
.ists, arrived in San Diego a few days
ago. Mr. and Mrs. Fry are expected
to return next Mindav. unt tue stens-
! loft's will continue their visit in San
I Compton's New 6, 10, 15 and 25c
Store opens Wednesday, 17th, at 10
1 Fred A. Erlxon will leave in a few
iikiys for an extended visit in tho east.
Ho will spend a few weeks with his
mother at Kansas City, Missouri, and
visit other points in the state and in
Tho Christian church will hold a ba
zaar November 20 at Bureu & Hamil
Compton's Now 5, 10, 15 and 25c
Store opens Wednesday, 17th, at 10
The city issued and mailed 5,120
pamphlets on the amendment to come
before tho voters at the election Mon
day, December 0, when the peoplo will
decide whether tho city can take action
making property liable for improve
ments. Dr. Stone's Drug Store.
While their two year old son is re-
coveriinr from an operation at tho Sa
lem Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Woods, of Independence are staying in
tho city. The boy was hurt somo time
ago while playing, but is now making
a satisfactory recovery from tho op
The White Swan lunches are without
doubt the greatest over.
Palouse Electric Irons, regular $5.0Q
value $.."50 while they last. Huron &
1 1 u ill i 1 1 oil .
A committee from the Y. M. C. A.
and one from tho Y. VV. C. A. will meet
at 0 o'clork withJJr. II. C. Kpley this
evening at the Royal Cafeteria to dis
cuss plans for tho entertainment to be
given early in December at tho opera
Guaranteed 25 and 10 Watt Electric
lumps, L'fi cents each. Wm. Gahlsdorf,
135 N. Liberty street. j
The aupreme chancellor of tho
Kuikhts of 1'ytiiins, B. S. Young, will
deliver addresses bofore the members
of the Portland ladgo on the evenings
of November IS and 19. At tho meet
ing to be held this evening, arrange
ments will bo mailo by those who wish
to attend tho sessions in Portland.
Electric Perculators at special prices.
Huren & Hamilton.
Attention! The Salem Lodge No. 6,
Sons of Herman, wish to announce that
tho national grand secretary will speak
at Hurst Hall, Wednesday, Novembor
17, at 7:'10 p. m. All citizens who un
derstand Cierinnn aro invited to bo
It was never disputed that La Corona
was the best cigar for the money.
"The Men's Liberal club" will meet
nt the Unitarian church Wednesdnvv
evening at 8 o'clock. Subject, "What
Will He the Value and Benefit of Mili
tary Training in Our Schools!" Super
intendent O. M. Elliott and Mr. Allen
Hall arc to lend tho discussion. All
men are invited to bo present and take
part in the debute. This subject is one
of great importance.
Thanksgiving sale of carvers, $5.00
Maine for tf'iM. Huron & Hamilton.
At a meeting of the official board or
the First Methodist church held last
evening, it was decided to incrcaso the
size or tlio pipe orgnn in the church,
tho expense not. to exceed $700. Plans
and register of the additions to the
organ will be sent to the organ builder
nt once, so Unit the work will bo en
tirely completed by the first of the
If you dean it with Lightning It's
Casseroles, rogular $5.50, $5.00, $1.23, i
.l.i5 and 2,I0, now priced nt $3.50,
Lightening Washing Powder at Da
The contract for the building of the
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Indian Training school nt Chemawa ! "vefdrutts, securet and unsecured
t Salem, in the State of Oregon, nt the close of business November 10, lit 15.
Loans and discounts
was awarded by the Authorities at
Washington to Siewcrt and Fiigstroin,
contractors of this city. When the bids
wero offered several months ago for
the improvements, the lowest was 10,
7UO, and wero rejected by the depart
ment, as congress had appropriated only
$10,000. New specifications were
drawn and submitted, resulting in tlioj
fsaleiu contractors receiving the con
tract. No soap needed with Lightning
A rainfall of 1.13 inches was record
ed by the government gauge at the O.
C. T. dock, for the 24 hours ending lit
8 o'clock this morning. This was an
unusually heavy rainfall, tho heaviest
since January 14 of this year, when'tae
record was 1.22 inches. The record for
1914 was on February 10, when the
gungo recorded 1.33 inches. The rivet
in TlftW I -t t'.'.if nhnvrt Inw unl.ii m.ivlr
The Mathloma will come to Salem thts I f 'il8l,ier checks outstanding
evening, and the Oregoua will bo ulaeej Limc n" savings deposits
in dry dock at I'oitalnd.
The O. K. Grocery sells Lightning
V ashing Powder.
Bonds and warrants
Stocks and other securities
Furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Due from banks (not reserve banks)
Duo from approved reserve banks ..
Checks and other cash items
Kxcliangcs for clearing house
Cash on hand
S 1.51 2.05
Capital stock paid in 500.000.01)
Surplus fuud 7.00(1.110
Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid jni'.ioH.oit
Due to banks and bankers
Postal savings bank deposits
Individual deposits subject to check
Demand certificates of. deposit
( ertitied checks
The publicity committee of the Older
Boys Conference to be held in this city
November 20, 27 and 28 nro sending
out letters to all parts of the Western
Oregon district, giving information to
the young men of the many Y. M. C.
A. organizations, and telling of the
work of the coming conference. About
000 invitations have been sent out. One
of tho most important events of the
conference will be the father and sons
banquet to bo given Saturday evening,
November 27, nt the Y..M. 0. A. gym
nasium. Lightning . Washing Powder goes
twice as far as other kinds.
The first try-out for the debating
team of the high Bchool will take place
Thursday evening in the. high school
building, when nine candidates will dis
play their oratorical ability. Tho sub
ject to be debated is the ouo adopted
by the Oregon high school debating
laague, "Resolved, That the United
States should ndopt tho essential fea
tures of the Swiss system of military
training and service." Saleih is in the
North Willamette district, and the first
debates will bo held early in January.
Millinery. Trimmed hat at $1.00 and
$2.00 for the next two dnvs, at Mrs.
More than $175,000 was paid for
clover seed this fall in the counties of
Marion, Polk and Linn, according to
Barley O. White who is familiar with
clover conditions, as the firm of D, A.
White and Sons alone purchased 000,000
pounds of clover seed in this county,
nnd 500,000 pounds in Linn county. The
average price this year was Hi cents,
compared to 11 an 12 cents one year
ago, and this year's crop was fullv
doublo that of 11(14. Tho failure of
tho clover seed crop in the east and
light foreign shipments was the cause
of the higher prico this year.
During rainy days phone 67 for your
coffee, toil and spices. Prompt deliv
ery. Wm. Gnhlsdorf.
K. Kumaski, Japanese Consul and O.
M. Clark, of Portland, wore in the city
a short time today at the Marion hotel,
to meet n part of prominent Japanese
travelers who passed through on the
Shasta Limited, In the pnrty going
through on the Limited were Baron
Shibnsawa, one of the richest men and
leading financiers of Japan, O. Zumoto,
a wealthy journalist, and Z. Horikoshi,
a lending business man of Japan. Ac
companying Jhein also were the two
sons of Baron Shibnsawa. The. party
will nuiko a general tour of tlie Vnitcd
Chrysanthomuins, fine large ones.
Schnltz, loth and Center streets. Phone
The Columbia university football
team, now regarded ns one of the cham
pion teams in the northwest, in its class,
will piny the Salem high school toam
in this city Thanksgiving day. As
the Salem team is also a winning team,
tho coining game will decide as to
which is the champion team of the
northwest. If Willamette university I
docs not play on their field, the game
will be played on Willamette field. If
this is taken, the game will take place
on Kipatrick field. Since Salem beat
Albany, and Columbia university de
t'ented Aberdeen, the championship lies
uciween tneso two teams,
Too small chimney fires at 6:20 last
night, sent the fire apparatus of the
city scurrying through the lain only to
find that the storm hud put out the
fires and-soaked the roofs of the build
ings bevond all chance of a fire. An
Notes and bills rcdiscountcd
Bills payable for money borrowed
Reserve, I for taxes
State of Oregon, County of Marion: ss:
I, Wm. S. Walton, cashier of tho above-named bnnlc, do solemuly swear
that the above statement is true to .tho best of my knowledge and belief.
WM. S. WALTON,
A. N. BBSK,
A SMI EL BUSH,
Subscribed and sworn to before me (his 10th, duv of Novembers 1015.
L. P. ALDHICH,
Notary Public for Oregon, Residing at Salem. Jly commission expires De
cember 8, 1915.
C. L. Sperling returned this morning
from a business visit of several days
at Condon, Oregon. Ho reports busi
ness conditions fair in that part of
S. N. Willitt, the moving picture op
erator of the Oregon Theatre, will
leave Saturday evening fur a six weeks
visit near (irand Rapids, Michigan,
with home folks whom he has not seen
for six years.
The report of the Ladd & Bush bank
of this city at the closo of business, No
vember lu, shows total resources ot
$3,OHO,IJ70.24. Deposits aggregate $2
cash resources $1,170,099.38.
$3.35. ''.S.. L, .in mi,! l.:il. N.,w ih alarm was turned in tor a chimney fire
the time to buy. Huron & Hamilton, "t the residence of Frank Suhl nt 105
J o South High street, near Rural. The
Military training In the public schools 1 ularniist failed to state that it was a
seems to be a subject that will be thor- j chimney fire and both engines were
ouglily discussed this winter from tho taken to the fire and while they were
pulpit, ns well as from tho forum and gone another alarm was turned in from
Tho report is published iu today
. A call has been issued by King Bing
of the Cheriiiins, calling all good (.'her
rians to meet at the rooms of tho com
mercial club on the evening of Wed
nesday, November 17, when the prop.
ositiou of amending the constitution
will be brought before the organiza
tion. D. A. Malone, who for the past month
has been engaged in the moving pic
ture business in tho city, departed Sun
day night with his wife for parts un
known, without bidding adieu to many
of his creditors, who, it is said, would
like very much to know of his present
The regular monthly meeting of the
members of tho commercial club will
be hed Wednesday eveaing at tho com
mercial club auditorium. Besides the
report of tho several directors, other
important matters will come up for dis
cussion. President Hamilton urges that
al members attend and rake active part
iu the work of tho evening.
Ruth Kedzle Wood, of Cherry Valley,
N. V., who is a Fellow of tho Royal
Geographical Society of London, and
a Fellow of the American Geographical
society, besides honorary members of
the Aluskn Alpino club, writes tho com
mercial club that sho intends to write
a book for tourists nnd would like ldio-
tographs of Salem and vicinity. The
book will oo published by Dodil, Mead
and Co., New York.
The public safety commission of
Portland, has asked permission of See-'
rotary of State Olcott and tho co-oper-
ation or tins olticial to send out pam
phlets containing educational talks on
public, safety to the auto owners of the
stnte with their license tags which arc
sent out from the office of tho secre
tary of state. The letter states that
it is possible to corral school children,-
policemen and street car men for the,
talks but that if a meeting were ad
vertised for auto owners that not a
"Corporal's guard" would come out
to hear a safety talk. It was thought
that the auto owners of the state might
be reached in a better manner by the
pahphlcts which would also contain the
road laws of the state and city nnd the
commission expressed tiio willingness
to have the pamphlets printed and for
warded to the secretary of state's of
fice if he would mail them out with the
Tho Uov. Father La Mar and Father
Olson, of tho Dominican Fnthers, ot
Port land, are in the city today.
William Bachelor, who was a guest at
the home of attorney O. M. Ininaii, re
turned yesterday to his home in Now
Mrs. F. A. Erixon and daughter, Miss
Hazel, will leave tomorrow night foi
San Francisco and southern California,
for a niontas visit.
P. Anderson, an O. A. C. football
player, who umpired tho gome between
Albany and Siilom high schools Sat
urday, returned to Corvallis today.
Mr. and Mrs. JI. Nomitz, of Wash
ington, Kansas, who haro been visil
nir n few days with Mr. ami Mrs. I' I''.
Schrani, left for their homo last night,
going by way of San Francisco.
Miss Dnisv Neeilhnin, 1707 North
Fourth Street, left thia evening fcr
Stockton, ( iilil orniii, where she expee.14
to snend several months with her siu
terf Mr. A. V. Thompson.
HE SIGN POST
for the traveler . .
Here one finds dictinctive
Here one meets service that
Here is food tnat is savory
and satisfying - '
Hero it tmoiphtra tlitt ctinrmt
Here ii found diet rare HOME
LIKE element which tverj on
Trie male lonely doe of Nor.
The tliinj ttiit ppels--modenil
also by tho high schools of the state
1 he .Men's Liberal club of tho Unitari
an chiiren will meet Wednesday even
ing und take up the subject, .led by
superintendent O. M. Klliott. At these
discussions, all men arc welcomed to
come and hike part in the debate.
Ooat meat, 4c pound; creamery but
ter, 30c pound: 3 packages seeded
raisins, 25c; best, vnllev flour. $1.15:
best, hard wheat. $1.40. Phone 1407.
Morris . nsh Urneerv. Nov 1(1
1305 North Church. The horse drawn
rig went to this fire nnd when the
pumper returned from the first fire it,
went - also only to find that no ma
terial danger was apparent. Chief Hut
ton again requests the peoplo phoning
in alarms to state whether or not it is
only a chimney fire so that only one
j engine may ne taken ana one letr nt
the station. One engine s entirely suf
ficient to corio with a chimney fire but
in enso of any other fire both engines
are nlwnvs taken.
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.T. A. Selig, of Falls City, was in the
Brevuiiin Boise was a week end visit
or in Portland.
. II. Steusloff went to Portia 11
Thomas Allen of Monmouth was in
the city yesterday. '
The Rev. ,T. Montcalm Brown was a
Portland visitor yestonlay.
Mrs. Mollie Bogan, of Independence,
was n Salem visitor yesterday,
Audrey Smith left today ' for Cot
tage Orovo, his formed homo for a few
T. A. Livesley was a passenger this
morninir on the Oregon Klectiic, for
Uenrge Fstes, a Portland attorney,
was in the city yesterday, tho guest of
his sister, Mrs. .1. Applognto.
Mrs. O, F. Stnnard of Brownsville
and Mrs. L. D. Hale of lone, are guests
ut tho home of Flunk S. Ward.
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