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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1915.
All Around Town
COOLER WEATHER CALLS FOR WARMER BEDDING
Splendid showing. Blankets, Comforts, Indian
Robes, etc. (Second floor). You'll find our assort
ment of Bedding and home needs complete in every
respect. Robes, Comforts and Blankets selected
with utmost care to insure good quality and lasting
satisfaction to every purchaser.
In White and Colored, fancy borders -. -50c to $2.50
Fancy Plaids, blue, grey and tan ... . .$2.85 to $3.95
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
In White and Fancy effects 5Qc to $1.65
Dainty patterns, very pretty $2.00
WOOL MIXED BLANKETS
White, colored and plaid effects $3J5 to $5.95
ALL WOOL BLANKETS
White and fancy checks, pretty borders jjg q $13,50
wool Indian robes . . .$4.95, $6.50 and $150
WOOL AUTO ROBES (fringed) . . . $6,95 to $7.95
Plain Cotton $1.00 to $2.50
Maish Laminated Down Comforts . . .$325 to $4.00
Fancy Cotton Comforts, assortment $375 Q $13.50
Eiderdown Comforts, splendid $7.50 to $12.50
WOOL BATTS, for making Comforts $2.50 to $3.75
WOOL BATTS, nting covered . . , $3,50
WOOL and COTTON MIXED BATTS priced at $2
The House of Quality
SNOW WHITE LINENS
ENDS NOVEMBER 24TH
Let Me See Your
If an hour's reading makes your
If prUited matter
If you aro nbliged to stop work
periodically to rest your eyes for a
If you find it easier to rend nearer
than tho normal 12 inches; or further
away than this.
If you can not recognize people
across tho street.
If you can not read street names
easily or ean not distinguish the time
by publio clocks.
If you have to mako an effort to
see clearly knitting tho brows for
If vivid light gives you pain in the
eves, or if you require nioro light
My experience 'of nearly 33 years
in correctly fitting fusses to Toliove
eye strain will be at your service. If
glasses are not needed, I positively
decline to supply them. I guarantee
satisfaction iu evory rospect.
I change yonr glasses for one year
if necessury, free of ehnrgo. No extra
charges for examinatinns. No drugs
or drops used, as they are dangerous.
All broken glnsnei replaced while you
wait, t very reasonable prices.
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn
Doctor of Optica,
Offices 210 211 U. a Bank Building.
SALEM . - - . . OREGON
FROM SERBIA FRONT
By William O. Shepherd
Salonika, Nov. 17. Thousands of
Serbs in the Monnstir region aro fleeing
before tho Bulgarians. Mouastir is be
ing rapidly emptied of its population.
Throughout tho region, the peoplo aro
terrorized by stories of Bulgar atroci
ties. The prefect of Prilep telegraphed to
day that hundreds of girls have taken
l'efugo there after being mistreated,
and that tho town is now about to full
again into the Hulgar hands.
Monnstir ean hold out for a day.
Then sho will bo doomed, unless tho al
I have juRt conio from there, after
witnessing most pathetic sights among!
terrified men, women and children.
Federation of Labor
Will Not Change Work
Pan Francisco, Nov. 17, By a vote of
INI to .'II, tho American Federation of
Labor today went on record to continue
as a craft union organization as against
Tho organization of the American
Federation of Labor recognizes each
craft lis a separate union bound to
gether with other crafts in a great con
trolling body, but tho units of which
aro as independent of one another as
tho states of tho United States. In
dustrial unionism recognizes no craft
but labor us a whole .whether it bo
skilled or otherwise; one to act for
the. other in times of stress.
Tho expression came on the resolu
tion of delegnto Freil Bourne wiio asked
that a committee be appointed to re
port on both types of organization at
the next convention,
(secretary Morrison, of the American
Federation of Lubor took the floor in
fuvor of crnft unionism, saving labor
had under the present organization all
of the advantages afforded by indus
You cannot make a mistake for Hy-
grado is the highest grade 6 cont cigar
ENTIRE STOCK OF
At special prices, styles
double breasted, Balmca
ans, and convertable col
lars, in Heathers, Chin
chilla and fancy mixtures.
$4.00 OToats . .$3.20
$5.00 OXoats ...$4.00
$5.50 O'Coats ...$4.40
$6.00 OXoais . . . $4.80
$6.50 OXoats ...$5.20
$7.50 OXoats ...$6.00
$9.00 OXoats . . . $7.20
S10.00 OXoats ..$8.00
$5.00 Mackinaw.. $4.00
$6.00 Mackinaw.. $4.80
They were trying frantically to leave
Household effects wore packed hur
riedly in tho hopes of saving something
from' tho ruins. Some of the inhabi
tants piled their little properties on
wagons. Many bent under their loads.
Homo took with them their household
pets cats and dogs so thnt in tho days
of wandering ahead, they would havo
one or two friends in tho world.
Most of tho fugitives were feeble old
men and women and littlo children, for
nil the women of fighting age are afield
with tho men nnd all tho boys old
enough to lift a gun. .
Monnstir officials and hankers with
funds aro duo on a special train here
this afternoon. Foreign consuls already
Special meeting of Salem
Lodge No. 4, A. F. & A. M.
Ihis evening. Work in tho E.
A. degree. Visiting brethren
SNOW WHITE LINENS
ENDS NOVEMBER 24TH
When In SALEM, OREGON, stop at
Free anil Private Baths
RATES: 75c, fl.OO, 11.50 PERDAY
Tho only hotel in the business district.
Nearest to all Depots. Thcatrea and
A Home Away From Home.
T. a. BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phou.es. Free Auto But.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glasses correctly. U. 8. bank bldg.
A pen of Salmon Faverolles were sent
tins week to the San Francisco poultry
exhibit which openB in that city tomor
row, by Eugene T. Prescott, a local
poultry man. (
Dr. "R. T. TWTeTnMra. tmvfllcian and
I surgeon, 214 Masonic bldg. Phone 440.
An address will be delivered this ev
! cning nt tho Evangelical church on
Cottago street by Mrs. Myra Miller
: Htnuf fcr, of lHllsboro, Ore. Mrs. Stuuf-
fer is president of the Oregon branch
' of the Women's Home and Foreign Mis
sionary society of tho United Evangeli
Palouse Electric Irons, regular ?5.00
value $2.50 while they lust, Duron &
j I Tn in i I to (l.
! 'Dr. Stone'g Drug Store.
! The Knights of Pythias are now lin-
' ing up for the membership contest now
on in the lodge, with II. H. Turner and
Noil Summervillo opposing captains.
With tho sides chosen within n few
days, the coutest will bo under head
way, to close on tho evening of Jan
White cross vibrators ($11.50 to $35.)
H ail anil see incin anil gei ireo loiuer.
jLockwood's, 210 North Commercial.
Dr. Stone's Drug Store.
J. B. Knight, salesman for the Stude-
bakor car with Vick Bros., sold a 100
acre farm in Lane couuty to 'William C.
j Psetack and in payment thereof ucc.cpt-
ed a house and lot on Twenty-second
and Mill streets. The exchange wan
& Clark, High street.
Chrysanthemums, fine large ones.
Sennit!!, loth and Center streets. Phone
Cherry .City. No.4, Boy Scouts, will
give benefit performances nt the Oro
j gou theatre tonight and tomorrow evon
I ing, assisted by Gertrudo Johnson
lO'Flyng. The boys themselves will
show the people how they look wane
out on a scouting expedition, and Frank
Patterson, the 12-year-old son of (ieorge
Patterson, will assist in tho evening's
program with a vocal solo.
Electric Perculators at special prices.
Buren & Hamilton.
The Elks will have another initiate
and subsequent refreshments tomorrow
ovening. With the experience of two
weeks ago, the drill team for the ad
journed session is now in good workii'
order and tho candidates are promised
a proper initiation before, being per
mitted to enjoy life before tho lurge
fire place in tho social room,
Thanksgiving sale of carvers, $5.00
value for $2.U8. Buren & Hamilton.
The Orpheus Male chorus of 25
voices, Dan ti. kangeiiDcrg, director,
will sing this evening at tho armory
in the program following the initiation
and ritualistic work of -the Court of
Fairies, tho juvenile organization of the
United Artisans. They will probably
sing the "Cavalry Song," and Tosti's
A good cause. Help the Y. W. C. A.
today. They aro managing tho Gray
Belle. The high school building will be the
scene of unusual activity Friday even
ing ns two special functions will be
under headway at the same time.' The
sophomores will give a reception to the
freshmen class, with the usual program
of interest to both classes. And at
the samo time in the domestic science
department, a dinner will bo served to
the football squad by the Associated
(Student body of the high school.
Buy your candy today at the Gray
Belle aud help tho i. W. C. A.
At the regular meeting of the Knights
of Pythias last evening, it wns decid
ed to send a delegation of 10 members
to attend the meeting of tho order to
morrow evening in Portland when Brig.
S. Young, supreme chancellor com
mander, will address tho order. The
party will leave tomorrow afternoon on
the 4 o'clock Oregon Electric. As one
of a series of lectures to be delivered
to the lodL'o on health, Dr. (',. K. Cash'
att, city physician, has been invited for
the ses'sion next Tuesday evening. He
will speak on "Sanitation." ,
Try the White Swan Dairy lunch.
i.ou will not be disappointed. .
From present indications, more than
120 pupils will be promoted at the end
of this semester from tho sixth A grade
to tho Beventh B grade in tho city
schools, and entitled to enter the junior
high schools. This will crowd these
schools, Washington, Lincoln nnd
Grant junior highs to their utmost ca
pacity, and mtiv necessitate the trans
fer of tho fifth and sixth grades to
out lying buildings. This arrangement
will "save the necessity of the building
additional juniot high facilities. When
it becomes necessary to send part of
the fifth and sixth grades to the outly
ing building early next year, only the
older ones will bo transferred.
Revival meeting are being carried
on at. tho Preo Methodist -church, 1228
N. Winter street bv the Pnstor, W. J.
Johnston, A number of seekers were
forward for pardon or purity at the
Sunday services. Meetings every night
except Saturday at 7:30 p. m.
SNOW WHITB LINENS
ENDS NOVEMBER 2 ITU
Before placing your printing order,
Phone 217U. Fuller Printing Concern.
William Rantenkranz, who died Sun
day night, wns buried this uftoiuoon
at the City View cemetery, with ser
vices hejd at the Lutherun church, tho
Rev. G. Ivoehler, officiating. -
Elks attention. Initiation Thursday
evening, J'ebruary 17, W. E. Slater,
The Anti-Saloon League state conven
tion meets in tho White Temple, Port
land, today. Four governors and former
Congressman Hobsoiv and other noted
men aro present tojleliver addresses.
Saturday is the last day to register
for the election to be held in this city
Monday, December 0. Those who do
not register, yet feel a disposition to
vote nt tho Inst minute, may do so' if j
sworn in hy six tree holders, much to
tho inconvenience of tho free holders.
The Standard Bearers of the First
Methodist church will hold their regulnr
meeting at the home of Mrs. A. A. Lee,
1515 Stnto street, Saturday afternoon.
Mary Findley, Mildred Garrett ami
Edna Newberry will have charge of the
Mrs. Anna Eliza Stan, who died in
Portland Monday was buried today in
the Odd Fellows cemetery in the Wil
liamson lot. Sho wns of an old pion
eer family, nnd is survived by a broth
er, J. N. Williamson, a graduate of
Willamette university, who is now liv
ing in eastern Oregon.
Elks attention. Initiation Thursday
evening, February 17, . W, E.. Slater,
The public library is having a special
exhibit of children's books this week
beginning Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock when Miss Marvin, state libra
rian, will speak ou children's books and
reading. All parents and teachers are
especially invited to come Thursday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock to hear Miss Mar
Clyde Johnson, of this city, is show
ing today a copy of Vol. 1, No. 1, of
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper,
duter December 13, 1S55. Tho matter
in it and the illustrations are quite in
teresting now. Maps and views along
the proposed Union Pacific railroad
occupy considerable space, and there
are other news stories which are history
now. Tho paper is well preserved.
Every member of every church in
Salem is invited to nttend the Harvest
Homo nt the Methodist church Monday,
November 22. ,
A party with an appetite for milk,
fruits, vegetables and other good eat
ables stepped onto the back porch of
the homo o- Judge John Scott, Court
and Twelfth street, last evening during
the absence of tho family, and after a
leisurely survey of the situation, walk
ed off with the family supply of eat
ables. Everything in sight was taken
excepting a bowl of .vlayonnnis dress
ing and a pot of herb tea, all of which
indicates that tho thief preferred just
We will seirShetland pony, cart and
harness for tfHO.OO, worth $150.00. Pure
bred Mommoth Bronze Turkey Toms,
$4.00, delivered iu Salem. Hamer,
Now is the time to join. Member
ship campaigns have been launched by
the Kni"hts of Pythias, Woodmen of
the World and tho Royal Arcanum, If
the male who is at liberty and has not
been attached to any lodge feels a
desire to become a joiner, thero is n
chance to servo his country, ns Com
pnny M has also launched a membership
campaign and is on tho lookout for
good material, especially of suitable
Notice. If any one knows the address
of iliram Austin, plensr notify him that;
his dnughter, Rita Austin, wnnts him.1
I'apn, ploase come immediately. Wo,
want you. Rita.
Launching campaigns for membership
is now quite tho stylo for lodges and
other organizations in the city. The
Woodmen of the World aro now lay
in" plans for tho greatest membership i
canipnicn ever attempted in the citv, !
Ins with a present membership of 00S,
I they havo set their murk for a total '
i membership of 1000 bv the first, of
tho year Bert W. Macy nnd L. 8J
Gear are tho opposing tenin captains
and with a lino up on each side of 304
members, they expect to take into camp
I nil stray males who aro good material
for Woodmen. j
I The Fuller Printing Concern is now:
llocnted nt, the corner of Liberty nndi(
! Ferry .streets in this city. Tho Fuller'
I boys are anxious to seo all of their old
i customers and ninny new ones. Phone j
'2170 or cnll in person when you wnnt
jn fair price on good printing. Jfov20;
The .Royal Arcanum lodg, at a meet-'
in it last evening, appointed a committee'
;of entertniument, to provide a piogrnm
for a special session of tho lodgo to be
I hold on the evening of Monday, Do
comber 6, composed of Dana H. Allen,
Tero Hicks nnd J. 8. Bonell. Work
for toe coming season wns outlined
lust niiht and a membership campaign
I launched. Walter B. Minicr, licoigo
J, Watson and James Marr were ap-
lininteil tn tnkn ehnnro nf thA iiiemher.
ship campaign. Tho Royal Arcanum,
although organized in this city but 18
months ago. is one of the stnndnrd
lodge organizations of tho country with
a largo membership throughout tire
oast. Although bit 18 months old
in Salem, the increase In membership
has been especially gratifying.
School children in the east seem to
appreciate the artistic, literature issued
by the Salem commercial club. Thoy
seem to like the pretty pictures sad
the artistic binding of the pamphlets.
About so often, the commercial club Is
in receipt of letters from the sixth or
seventh grado of way back east, ask-
And the very best'Clothing that money will buy can
be found at our store at all times.
You need a new Overcoat or Suit if you make
that Holiday visit.
Suits and Overcoats
$10 to $25
G. W. Johnson & Co.
141 N. Commercial St.
Wc keep up the quality first,
last and all the time, and then
make the following prices which
quality considered ure the luwest
iu the city:
Bellflour, Spys, Blue Penr-
maids, lireeuiugs, etc., box 75c
12 pounds 25c
16 oz. packages, Heeded or
Heedless, .1015 pack, 2 pkgs. ,.25c
Fancy ti Crown Clusters, lb. ..25c
Fancy 3 Crown Clusters, lb. ..15c
Fancy Loose Muscats, bulk ,.10c
Tillamook Cheese, pound ...,22c
New crop fancy Walnuts, lb.. 25c
New crop fancy Almonds, lb. ,25c
Corsican Citron, lb 30c
Orange or Lemon Peel, lb. ..25c
New Mincemeat, lb 15c
Minced Clams, full 10 oz., can 10c
Pork and Beans, full 17 oz.
Safety Mutches, 3 pkgs 10c
Toilet Paper, 6 rolls 25c
Hoval White Soap, bars . . . .25c
Yciloban Milk, 2 cans ,...i.l5c
Best Com or Oloss Starch,
3 pkgs 25c
A. & II. Soda, 2 pkgs 15c
151 NORTH HIGH ST.
ing for some literature with pictures of
Oregon. Addressing the postmaster,
Everett Harwood, of Roxburg, Mass.,
writes, i am a ooy oi i" nuunnum
ing class in the Winthrop Ht. rrevtry." All of which seems to indicate;
Center school, aud wnnt information that at least to the school children, ba
and printed matter and all about Imu-jlem is on the map.
THIS WEEK ONLY
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Let Us Make
By supplying you with
RELIEVE YOUR EYESTRAIN Then read and
embroider with comfort.
Miss A, McCulloch, Optometrist
208-209 Hubbard Bid?. Thene 109 : ;
Fancy corn-fed stock of the
highest quality. Place your older
now und avoid disappointment.
25c the pound.
Wc handle only top quality
fancy young steers. Beef uUmijs
tender "and appetizing. t
Choicest Rib Roast, lb 1:
Pot Roast, lb He.
Short Ribs, lb '....12c,
Brisket, lb 10c
Pure Hamburger, lb 15c
GRAIN FED COUNTRY PORK
Chops, lb 15c
Leg Roast, lb 15c
Pure Pork Sausage, lb 15c
FANCY YOUNG VEAL
Best Roast, lb 1
Chops and Cutlets, lb lc
Shoulders, lb 15c
Stews, lb I-1'
HAMS AND BACON
Sugar Cured Eastern Hams,
Sugar Cured Eastern Bacon,
Swift's Picnic Hams, lb... 12 l-2c
boring in Oregon. 'I. Another boy from
ftC ll,o ttftl, CM-n.lea nf n New York
school writes tho mayor, "I wunt somo
literature nnd pictures of your conn
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a pair of our carefully t