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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 1915.
Everybody Is Getting Ready for
THE QUESTION OF
Our wonderful, bargains in CLOTHING
are surprising the purchasers.
Our wonderful $15.00 seller is making a
great hit, and is the talk of the town
t-t ttt -t- ttttttttttt
Is Brought Home to us by These Chilly Days
and Cold Nights. Are You Supplied With
Warm Blankets, Comfort
able Underwear, Clothing,
Shoes, Coats, Suits,
GREATER CHICAGO STORE
Are Fully Prepared for Any Emergency. Shelves
and counters are overtaxed by the weight of
just such merchandise as is required by our
thousands of appreciative patrons, while our
Prices Are An Object
WELL WORTH THE CONSIDERATION OF EVERYONE
f LADIES' COATS AND
Regular $12, $15, $18,
While they last
$3 90 and $5.90
LADIES' WINTER COATS
Reg. $8, $10 and $12.50.
Prepare for Winter
$3.90 and $4.90
Reg. $6.50 and $7.50 now
, ERS, ETC.
Ladies 75c and $1.00
For Three Days
4Sc and 69c, :
SWEATERS FOR LADIES
$1.49, $1.98 and $2.98
Sweaters for Girls
85c and $1 Grades 48c
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
In Three Lots, values
$2.50 to $5.00 and $6.00
98c $1.95, $2.95
FOOTWEAR FOR THE
Gun Metal, Kid and
Patent, all sizes, button
98c, $2.39, $1.98
BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
Box Calf Gun Metal and
Goat, all sizes, button
$1.25 and $149
Vici, Gun Metal and
Patent, button or lace
$1.69, $1.98, $2.49
PURE FOOD GROCERIES
OUR GROCERIES ARE
SOLD FOR LESS
6 Cakes Laundry Soap
4 cans Aster Milk
6 Pounds Rolled Oats
Any of above for 25c
Watch Our Daily Quo
SPECIAL PRICES ON f
THE GREATER CHICAGO STORE
At Meeting Here
The following is a complote list of
thoso who reentered at the Harion
County Veterans' association, which
mot in Sulem, Thursday, December 2.
In point of interest, and the general
good fellowship, tins was the nost suc
cessful meeting over held since the as
Hociation was organized. The list in
cluded the names of members of tho
O. A. E., Sons of Ve toning, Spanish war
veterans, Woman 's Relief corps and
Ladies of the O. A. R.; ,
W. H. Byars? Emma A. Bynro, Earl
Race, L. D. Porter, I. Bartell, A. C.
Smith, Mrs. K. M. Karstottcr, L. Bur
ton, S. R. Worick, G. V. Standish, C.
C. Kuney, Lizzie W. Hmith, John W.
Welles, May Doll Smith, J. J. Worces
ter, Peter Brinec, Sarah A. Harris, Crc
toria C. Pascoe, Henry Paseoc, Louisa
Kuntz, Hattio B. Cameron, Fred Kcrz,
F. Rollo, 8. P. Huyward, Mary A.
Briggs, James Botcholz, J. R. Near, D.
Steward, W. H. Simrun, T. M. Champlir,
Levi Stewart, H. M. Oeerhorst, J. J.
Ncwmeyer, Thomas Holt, T. H. Harry
man, Mrs. E. J. Remington, Fred Win
ship, Emma Cobb, Marie L. Thompson,
Harah Davis, Mary A. Shaver, Mary
Howd, M. R. La Follette, Mrs. F. Rollo,
Mrs. Wm. Branson, Mrs. I. C. Hewitt,
I. C. Hewitt, Wm. Branson, Mis. Ashley
Whito, P. A. Thomas, T. Remington,
E. L. Briggs, F. A. Thompson, J. D.
Smith, W. S. Mitchell, Henry Nelson,
U A. Wallace, J. W. Pratt, Echo Stan
ton, James Lisle, Mrs. James Lisle, J.
E. Blodgctt, Ada 8. Ross, Gideon Htolz,
M. Riser, E. C. Churchill, John Com
forth, F. T. Porter, Mrs. F. T. PoTter,
R. C. llalley, Alico D. Eulston, Mrr
Hannah Higgen, J. E. Ross, M. M. Ruhl,
Mrs. Myra Dotson, Mrs. Blanche Davis,
Ida M. Hancock, Mrs. 1 D. Bennettt,
Mrs. W. A. Me.Duniel, J. Frank Duulup,
R. R. Rynn, Mrs. R. R. Ryan, Suspan
Salmon, Chns. McKinley, Mrs. E. E.
McFnrlnn, Mrs. Elizabeth Bullock,
Miss Gladys Thompson, Mrs. Alice
Thompson, Mrs. Alice Rawson, H. A.
Rawson, Mrs. Carrie Chase. Mrs, Alice
Books in sett
Hundreds of good titles of
late books, In good
cloth bindings, at .
Books in Reprint
Books for Girls
The Camp Fire Series
Betty Wales Series
Motor Girls Series
atria of Central High
Dorothy Dale's Series
Betty Wales Series
Brass Smoker Sets
Brast Desk Beta
FOR THE SHOPPERS
Beautiful Calanders (Boxed)
Ladies' Hand Bags
Engraved Xmas Cards
Loose Leaf Memos
Leather Writing Pads
' Magazine Subscriptions
THE BIOOEST LIKE OF CHILDREN'S
BOOKS ETEB SHOWN
THE COMMERCIAL BOOK
163 N. Commercial St
BOOKS FOR BOYS
Motor Boys Series
Boy Scouts Series
Eacer Boys Series
Fred Fen ton Series
Darewell chums Series
Books on all subjects by best
Bibles, Testaments and
Whito nouae 11.00
Others at low prices.
Guyer, M. J. Steward, D. J. Cloodc, M.
L. Lathram, Mrs E. E. Denison, Mrs.
Ruth Dcuison, W. H. Brown,
I. Dunnells, H. S. Vanvalkonbnugh,
I. Karstctter, C. F. Hicks, H. Wood,
Clark Thompson, Mrs. N. P. Thompson,
Mrs. Martha Maulding, J. O. Phelps, A.
B. Leonard, K. T. Maulding, Laura
Hubbs, A. M. Volymorc, Minerva Stev
enson, .Tcsnio N. Volornce, R. S. Corn
stock, Bello Phelps, Fannio A. Drake,
Ida Sawyer, Rachel S. Flesher, Myrtlo
Clifford, 'Miunio Tcishwood, Ben Davis,
W. H. Folsur, J. II. Lincoln, O. P. Mc
M. A. Roberts, Ira Martin, J. D. Wil
son, T. L. Blackman, Mis. A, L, Has
kell, Mrs. H. T. Kclsey, Mrs. I). A. Mc
Kce, Elizabeth A Hers, Clara E. (Iniss,
Victoruno Peno, Margaret Kelly, Mrs.
Eunice Bonncy, Nancy Harper, Eleclra
Allen, Surah Pendleton, W. W. Tinkle,
Tenlie Tinkle, Asa Tyer, Ida Harper,
Maude Hicks, P. L. Kennedy, S, W.
Geo. C. Harding.
Mrs. Chloe Barber.
Foremost, Alberta, Canada.
Mrs. Julia Hollihnn.
C. W. Gccr.
A. O. Long, C. A. Williams,
Elson Warren. . .
Mrs. Helen Moe.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
To got the genuine, rail for full name,
LAXATIVE UMOMO QUININE. Look
for signature of E. W. Grove. Cures s
Cold in One Day. 2Sa.
SNOW IN NEW TOUK.
New York, Deo, 2 Now York awoke
today to finu snow on the ground, and
still falling the first of tha winter.
REMEMBER We fit you from head to
foot at LOWEST PRICES, and give you a
square deal in everything you purchase.
BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS WEARING APPAREL AT
THE HOUSE THAT GUARANTEES EVERY PURCHASE i
CURLING IRON PASSES
. The heated iron makes the -hair dry
and parched looking, burns off the ends,
giving a most untidy appearance. Ynu
who have learned this trom sad experi
ence will be glad to hear of a very sim
ple method which is open to nono of the
objections referred to and which gives
better results than tho curling iron.
Just get a few ounces of plain liquid
silmerine at your druggist's and apply
a little to the hair St night with a clean
tooth brush, drawing this down one
strand at a time from foot to tip. In
tho morning your hair will be as beau
tifully wavy and curly as though
Mother Xnture did it, and it will be
quite manageable, no matter what style
of coiffure yon adopt. The effect will
bo much prettier than if you used a
waving iron, and tho health of your hair
will not suffer. As silmerine is not
sticky or greasy it is quite pleasant to
Receives Report of 523
Accidents In Month
A total of 523 accidents wero report
ed at the offices of the state industrial
necident commission during the month
of November. Three of these uccidents
were fatal muking in all 00 fatal ac
cidents that have been reported to the
commission since the office was install
ed. The following report shows the dis
position of the cases reported during
Final settlements 30.3
Suspensions, (no claim for compen
sation made) 2d
No timo lost, but first aid paid ..121
Claims in process of adjustment ,, 50
Rejections for cause 44
Settled by third party 0
Monthly payments continued, dis
ability still existing 8
Awards mado and amounts set aside
permanent partial 1
Awards made, amounts set aside
permanent totul 0
Awards made, amounts set aside,
fatal cases 1
Less the number filiated by remar
riage ami expiration
Fatal cases filiated by remarriage, . 0
Fatal cases filiated by expiration .. 0
Fatal cases in process of adjustment 4
Fatal casus suspended, no rword of
dependency shown 3
Fatal cases rejected 3
Cases disposed of over those ro
The Boy Without
A Sunday School
W. 8. Male, superintendent of the
state Training school, will deliver an
i address on, " The Hoy witnout a fcun
' day School," at the Red Hills District
I Sunday school convention, to be held at
! Salem Heights, Sunday, December 5.
! The address will be delivered ut 10:30
oVlock Sunday morning.
The program for the day in full is
us follows: '
10:00 Song Service
J. II. Merriam, leader
Salem Heights S. School
10:30 The Boy Without a Sunday
W. S. Hale, Supt. State Train
Solo Mrs. Silas Rich
11:15 Business session, Reports of
Song by convention.
1:30 Song Service.
1:45 The Most Dangerous Man in
Rev. J. C. Spencer, pastor Leslie
M. E. Church
I Duct .... Miss Ethel Merriam
J. H. Merriam
, 2:30 Three Teas in a l'od
Rev. ,1ns. Elvin, County Pres.
3:30 Song .. Sulem Heights 8. School
Closing song by convention.
Officers: Silas Rich, president; Miss
Ida Bates, vice-president j Claude Stev
ens, secretary. i
Seattle, Wash,, Dee. 3 Mrs. William
C. Phillips is indebted today in tiio
sum of 2,000 to Miss Amy Moe, form
erly employed as a domestic in tho
Phillips home, whoso arrest sho caused
several months ago.
Miss nioe was held on an open charge
for several hours on her mistress' com
plaint that sho suspected her of steal
ing fi.tlOO worth of diamonds. Luter
tho stones were found where Mrs.
Phillips hud misplaced them in her own
A jury awarded the domestic, a judg
ment for ifJ.OUO in Judge Oilliuin's -department
of tho superior court. She
sued for $15,000.
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OAK WOOD $1.50. Tbone 413. tf
AUTO FOE HIKE Phone 144. Dec23
CITY WINDOW CLEANER Phono
TRY OUR HOME PASTRY BAKING.
Phone 827W. Dee-t
COWS TO TR A DK For hay or grain.
Phono OflFll. Dec I
DO YOU NEED the "Handy Man."
Phone 827 W. ... Dec
WANTED Second hand gas plate and
bungalow bed. IS, 'care Journal. Dec3
WANTED Second hand Beardsley
Hop Baler, Good repair. Phone SSL
HE CAME BACK If you have any
carpets von wish woven, notify S. A.
Dobner, I'houe 1207M. Dec4
GOAT MEAT First class only, 3o por
pound, delivered to any part of city.
150 S. 12th. Phone 2410. Deelfl
Get at the Real Cause Take
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That's what thousands of stomach suf
ferers aro doing now. Instead of taking?
tonics, or trying to patch up a poor diges
tion, they are attacking the real cause oC
tho ailment clogged liver and disordered
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets arouse the
liver In soothing, healing way. When
the liver and bowels are performing their
natural functions, away goes Indigestion
and stomach troubles, i
If you have a bad tnsto in your month',
tongue coated, appetite poor, laiy, don't
car feeling, no ambition or energy, trou
bled with undigested food, you should takej
Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a nur1v
vegetable compound mixed with ollvo oil.
you win Know mem ny tnttr ollva color.
They do tho work without griping, erampsj
Tsk one of two at bedtime for QuIcK
relief, so you can eat what yon like. At
lOo and 2 So per bog. Alt druggists.
Tlx Ollvo Tablet Company, Columbus. O.
SMITH In Eugene, Ore., Wednesday,
December 1, .1015, Mrs, Frank Smith,
aged M years.
Mrs. Smith was formerly a resilient
of this city. Tho body arrived this
afternoon and wus buried in tho City
View cemetery, ,
Surviving her are a "on, Will Smith
of Eugene, and two daughters, Mrs.
Clara Howe, of Eugene, and Mrs, W. C.
Springer, of Vancouver, Wash. The, de
ceased is an aunt of Mrs. Thomus B.
Jackson, of Salem.
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PARK-To Mr. nml Mrs. Everett Turk,
1-IH5 South Liberty Btroet, December
2, 1015, a daughter.
Clyde Sherman and wife went to Jef
ferson yestorday. Mr. Sherman went to
attend the special meeting of the Ma
Our circulation is coming up
and still growing read the....
4c paper and you guess the reasoa
MILLINERY Trimmed hats at if 1.00
and 2.00 at Mrs. Stith, 328 Hub
bard Illdg. Dec3
LA 1)1 WITH SMALL CHILD Wish
es position as housekeeper. Phono
RUMMAGE SALE Now on at 280
State, by the Court street Christian
FOlt RENT Two houses, paved street,
two blocks Washington school, 1355
Marion St. Dec
WANTED To buy a farm, 75 to 100
. acres can pay cash. Address L., euro
of Journal, Uec3
TAKE YOUB UMBRELLAS to 343Mi
'orth Commercial street and have
them repaired and recovered. Dec3
PIANO in first class condition, for
Bute, cheap, or will trade even for a
good work horse. I'houe 72F4, Dec t
TWO C.OOD FARMS FOR RENT To
responsible parties, Cull 40J-5 Hull
bard Bldg, or Phono 254, or after of
fico hours, 1722. Dec3
FOR EXl '11 ANOE Small improved
ranch stocked, close in, exciinnge for
farm, Ohluhoinu to Dakota. J. Lent',
Routo 2, city. Dec
WANTED To hear from owner of
good ranch tor sale. Bond cash price
and description. D. 1'. Buh, Mniuo
upolis, Minn. Dect
FOlt SALE OR THADK 3',j acres im
proved, on car lino, nlso 2 two nc.ro
tracts. See owner, 328 HublmrJ
TWO FINK 1RV1NOTON LOTS In
Portluud, to trade for acreago near
Salem. I assumo some. J. C,
care Journal. Duel
FOR SALE flood driving horse, har
ness and rubber tirod buggy, $!)0
tnkes tho outfit at quick sulu. Phono
002, or cjiII Mtltl Court. tf
WANTED I want to buy a modern
homo oi 8 rooms, close in, good lo
cation. Oivo price and location. Al
drosn Box 77, euro of Journal. Dec3
WANTED To trade 7 room house and
lot in Riverside, California, for a
bungalow in Salem, or small acreage
near Salem. W. A. Llston Docl
FOUND i'nanut and popcorn wagon.
Lotit on Liberty street. Friends In
terested will find same at 147 N.
High, opposite Court House. Tho
Huffman Confectionery. tf
O. W. EYRE and I O. Cavanough are
buying fat hogs and paying highest
cash prices to ship to Portland.
Phone O. W. Eyro, 2200M or L, O.
Cavanaugii, S183M. tf
ORDER- YOUR MAGAZINES from
Mrs. H. O. Hummel, club offers, best
price, quick service, Ordor gift sub
scriptions, now, will coll for vour
order, I'houe 2007J. Dec3