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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 1915.
SALEM'S BIG HOLIDAY STORE
Holiday Offerings of Unusual Interest
ii In Women's Ready-to-Wear Garments
Special Sale of Women's Cloth Coats,
plain and fancy mixed effects, All
Prices Reduced ........
Special Sale of Women's Rubberized p-! ::
Raincoats Your Choice . . ... . 2 -
Green Tag Sale of Plush, Corded" and Fur Coats,
Women's Fancy Skirts Prices Less 20 Per Cent.
Women's Coats up to $17.50, your choice $6.95 I
Special Green Tag Sale on all Party Dresses.
Annual $10.00 Sale of Women's Suits,
All of these formerly priced up to $30.
Your Choice .........
All other Suits in Stock at V2 Price f
A Sale of Women's Dresses, Woolen and Silk combinations, form- ClJQ Q Et
er price $22.50, Your Choice p7. kJ
All other Dresses in Stock at 333 Reductions
Green Tag Sale of Furs every piece included.
Green Tag Sale of Waists every Waist included.
Green Tag Sale of Sweaters Special Prices on entire stock.
Children's Coats All prices reduced 33 1-3 Per Cent.
Children's Dresses All prices reduced 33 1-2 Per Cent.
IN THE MEN'S SECTION
A Sale of Men's $2.00 Kid
Gloves at S1.38 a Pair
Here's a Glove we will
place with any $2 Glove in
Salem; it is made by
Fownes in England; it is
one of the finest gloves
you will find at $2.00; fine
soft leather stock, all
sizes, colors grey or tan.
Extra Special $1.38 a pair
A Sale of Men's Outing
Flannel Night Shirts at 85c
Men's V-Neck style Night
Shirts of good grade fab
ric well made, full 56
inches long, a s s o r t ed
stripe patterns, extra spe
cial for one week . . . $5c
A Sale of Men's Silk Shirts,
Our $5.00 Grade, Extra
The best silk Shirt that $5
can buy, golf model, soft
cuffs with neckband for
white collar; various pat
terns and colorings. For
gifts these are unsur
passed $5 grade, special
A Sale of Dolls in Toyland
Full Jointed Dolls-Bisque Head
Large curled wig, real eyelashes, 22
inches tall; shoes and stockings. One
of the biggest doll values you'll see this
season. Light, medium or dark hair.
Your choice $1.38
A Sale of the very popular
Character Babies at $1.15
One of the most called for Dolls in any
Toy department, taken from life, looks
just like a real baby. Extra special
Price $1.15 each
Toyland (Second Floor.)
You'll Find Our Prices
:: Lower by a Comparison
Victor and Columbia disc records, 40
per ot'iit on; Kdisou 4 minute cylinder
records, rcy,ulur 50e, now 1.1 ecnlH.
Laitfe stuck to select from. 4'Jl Court
Btrcot. W. M. (.'iierriiiirtun.
Tonight there will lie a general social
Kiithorinjr of nil tho moiulern of the Hit
lorn Commercial club, which will tuko
tho form of a, smoker and a reception to
the new manager, 0. It, Luck. Jt in un-1
der Htood thero is to be no formality in
this reception. Tho meeting win culled I
in order that tho members might lie-
vmiiiu WMjuimiM'u nun me new llilllingt'r
nnd at tho mtmo timo, tho new man
Hirer tiiko a look uud liecoino acquainted
with the men who will assist him in
solving n lot of tho knotty problems
thnt have been coming to' the front
tho Inst yenr or bo.
Two car loads of catalogs, number
ing 30,000, will bo shipped to Salem
within two months by nn enstern mail
order house, to be distributed into the
second iuhI third nones, which will in
cludo a riidiim of 1)50 miles from the
city. Not only will this number of
catalogs bo sent out in February, but
tho sumo number will bo mailed again
six months later. The postage on each
shipment will amount to between f l,NOr
nnd $2,000, nnd will be paid into the
local office. In order to reduce f
postage on catalogs, this mail order
house shins by freight to distributing
zones, nml the number sent to the on
tiro northwest may bp estimated from
tho fact that the 30,000 coming here,
will not go farther thnn 150 miles
-SALEM'S BEST MARKET PLACE"
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Cabbage, make your kraut now, pound lc
Creamery Butter, equal to any, pound 35c
Parlor Matches, good ones, 3 boxes 10c
Rolled Oats, extra cream quality, pound 5c
Potatoes, American wonders, 20 pounds 25c
Onions, Yellow Danvcrs, 16 pounds 25c
Coal Oil, bring your can, 5 gallons 65c
i5i north man bt.
Grocery Phone 830 Meat Phone 840
Opposite Court House
The sum of $25,000 was made Inst
night ut tho Elks' lodge by K. K.
1'iasecki. Krccl Kny profited $20,000
and licit Pratt, 10,1100. Yet with nil
this money, the winners could not buy
n cuko with it today, us tho money was
only issued by Tho Unnk of l.ighthenrt.
Joyiaim, nnd was tho script used Inst
evening by tho Elks in their celebration
of frontier dnys. However, XI r. Pinsecki
whs nwnrded the first prize, nn Elk's
tooth for his skill in beating the bunk.
I'.rcet lay received nn hlk's card case
ns second prize, nnd Hert i'ratt posses
ses a card case, ns tho nwurd to the
third best man in playing the game
or t no ' lit ers, 'i no event brought out
moro thnn ,100 Elks nnd mnnv visitors
from Albnny, Independeuco nnd Dallas.
With the close tomorrow of tho
Punuinn-Pacifie exposition, those in
chnrgo of the 'Willamette vnlley dis
plays will return to their respective
homes, us soon ns the exhibits are pack
ed. Among thoso active in tho work for
Willamette valley, nnd who will return
soon, Kro W. A. Taylor, of Xlncleny, ).
K. Froytag, Oregon City; Rev. II.
Charles Dunsmoro, Independence;
Charles Vnrren, Eugene, nnd V. H.
drove, Oorvnllis, C. II. Stewart, of
Albnny, president of tho Willamette
Vnlley Exposition nssociatlon, will call
a meeting within a few days to decii'
as tno what disposition shall be made
of the Willamette vnlley exhibits.
Booker T. Washington In his auto
biography tells a story of an Alabama
colored man who stopped in the field
one day and looking toward the skies
exclaimed, "O Iwind, de cotton am so
grassy, de work mil so hard and the
sun inn so hot, dnt, I b'llevo lls darkey
am palled to preach." Rov. Carl II.
Elliott will tell tho life story of thnt
reninrkablo negro "Moses of liia race"
In the First Presbvterlnn church on
Holiday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glasses correctly. U. 8.rbank bids.
The river is falling fast, as the stage
this morning above low water mark is
The armory will he heated so that It
will be more comfortable tonight.
Ed W. Wilson admitted In police court
thnt he was drung last night and Judge
Elgin Baid, "Ten dollars or five days."
Wilson echoed "five dnys."
Dr. Stone's Drug store.
Mr and Mrs. Louis Probst, who were
married last Wednesday, are spending
their honeymoon in Portland. They
are expected to return .Saturday even
ing. Before placing your printing order,
Phone 2179. Fuller Printing Concern.
In Older that its members may at
tend other engagements, the Bible class
of Dr. White of Albany will close its
session at an early hour this even
ing. Dr. E. T. Mclntire, pnysiclan and
surgeon, 214 Masonic bldg. Phone 440.
The funeral of Daniel Christman, who
died Thursday, will be held Saturday
morning at 10:30 o'clock, from the Ter
w illigor Cottage parlors, the Eev. A A.
Yertex officiating. Burial will be in
the Odd FellowB' cemetery.
Shirt waists made to order on hem
stitching machine for $1.00. Any style
or size. At the "Hob Nob," Ladd ft
Bush Bank Bldg.
The high school football players and
their friends will leave for Portlnni
tomorrow morning on the 9:45 Oregon
Electric for their game with tho Port
land Washington high school team. The
ganio will be played on Multnomah
Notice. All persons claiming to be
solicitors for "Sunny Brook Dniry"
are impostors, as we employ neither
agents or solicitors. The superior qual
ity of our goods is sufficient. D. Hol
lenstoiner, K. Holensteiner, Props.,
Sunny Brook Dniry. Phone 222. 1021
Center strcot. .
The Town Crier club, of Fargo, N. D.,
writes the Commercial club as to what
regulations we have for handling street
traffic, and asks for a copy of our traf
fic ordinance. Possibly if Fargo had
streets 09 feet wide in the business
section like Salem, thero would bo but
little troublo in handling tho traffic.
Dr. Stone's drug store.
Pure Olive Oil $2.65 per
gallon; $1.40 per 1-2
gallon; 70c per quart.
5 Pounds of Pink Beans
25c Coffee 4-lbs for 70c
30c Coffee 4 lbs for 85c
35c Coffee 4 lbs $1.05
50c Tea, Sale Price
Del Monte Peas,
Head Rice, 4 lbs for 25c
Best Hard Wheat Flour
1 Rogers Spoon Free
with each pound of
our premium 50c Tea
J a p a n, En glish
der, Orlong or Ceylon
Best Valley Flour, sale
2 Loaves of Bread for 5c
No Rent, Low Prices
We Undersell all Salem.
Dr. Asseln, dentist, Salem Bank of
E. L. Buchanan, of Independence, re
cently moved to his recently acquired
farm, eight miles south of Salem.
Furs remodeled, repaired, lined and
cleaned. The French Millinery hhop,
359 State street.
The fruit farm of I. W. Gilmer, near
Liberty, wns today sold to a local in
vestor. The deal was made by Scott
La Corona cigars are all quality and
the price is right. L
Charles H. Sawyer and wife, who re
cently sold their farm near Rosedale,
are visiting at Cioldendale, Wash., with
the parents of Mrs. Sawyer.
He came back. If you have any
carpets you wish woven, notify S. A.
Dobner, phone 1207M. Dec4
Two automobiles, driven by Attor
ney W. C. Winslow of this city and
Mrs. F. E. Turner of Independence,
respectively, collided at Center nnd
Church streets yesterday, damaging
both mnchincs but injuring none of the
occupants A rear wheel of Mrs. Turn
er's car was smashed and the Winslow
machine was slightly battered.
Oxford in the comic opera, "Mi
kado," tonight ut the armory, 8:00.
(A Marion county Jersey Breeders'
association was organized this morning
when a temporary organization was ef
fected with Henry Zorn at temporary
chairman and F. S. Craig, temporary
secretary. It is expected that permanent
officers will be elected today nnd ar
rangements mndo for future meetings.
Robert Burkhart, of Albnny, president
of tho state organization, was present
and addressed tho members.
If it could be possible to give more
and better eats tho White Swan would
"Society's Duty to the Underworld' '
is the subject to be discussed by Wal
ter A. Denton, in an address Sunday
evening at tho Unitarian church, From
his years of experience in assisting the
less fortunate in tho world, and espe
cially his study of the needs of those
in the penitentiary, Mr. Denton is em
inently qualified to talk on the sub
See the special line of one dollar
trimmed hats, Saturday, at Mrs.
Locke's Millinery Department, Meyers
The Oregon Photo Art association
held itB annual meeting last night for
the election of ot'ficeies for the ensu
ing year. It was also decided to hold
nu exhibit February 1 at the public
library at which time fhe members will
exhibit some of their pictures which
have been prepared since the lust ex
hibit wns held in June The officers
elected were: Herman Burr, president;
Evans Houston, secretary-treasurer, and
Horace Sykes, publicity manager.
Because it is necessary for the Ox
fords to catch an early train out, their
program must start at :U0 o'clock to
night. Dr. H. D. Sheldon, head of the depart
ment of Education of the I'niversity of
Oregon, will deliver an address at 10
o'clock Saturday morning at the audi
torium of the high school. He wil
speak on, "The Pedagogy of Habit
and Memory." This is the second lec
ture of Dr. Sheldon. His lust lecture
was iittended by more than 100 tcaeh.
ers. Tho lecture tomorrow is of spe
cial interest to Sunday school teach
ers ns well as to those who teach in the
Saturday special. All ladies', misses'
ami children's trimmed hats and all
plumes, one half juice at Mrs. Locke's
Millinery Department, Meyers store.
The funeral of Gottlieb Meyer, who
died December 2, will be held Satur
day morning. The funeral party will
leave the home 10 miles east of Salem
at 10 o'clock from the Menonite church
at Pratum. The Rev. John Newfelt of
Dallas, will officiate, nnd burial will
bo at Pratum. Besides his widow, he
is survived by five children, Mrs. Lena I
Schulz, Mrs. William I.ichty and Alfred, I
Chill ies and Oscar Meyers, all living !
If you have eye trouble or your glasB-1
cs noed looking after you must see me
at once, ns my office will be closed
Mondny afternoon, December 0th, un
til .lunuary 1, 1910. Dr. M. P. Mendel-
soun, Ifoonis .to-. 11 U. s. .National
The debating teams for the Salem
high school will be selected this evening;
at the finnl trv-nut, to be held under j
tho direction of1 Miss Ida Davis, coach.
The judges will bo tho Rev. Carl
Elliott, the Rev, James Elvin and
Professor J. T. Matthews, of Willnni- i
etto university. Those trying for the:
nffirmntive side are Herald Emmel, I
Frank Roseburg, James Walker nnd
Mnyiiurd Sawyer. For tho uegntive ;
Lloyd Crsc, Cnrlton Snvnge, Trn Mercer
and' Thomns McOilchrist. The judges1
will not decide by points, but will de
cide on the general merits of tho de
baters. Musical Artists' Course. Subscrib
ers to this course, under management
Minnetta Mngers, will not reserve their
tickets Saturday, December 4, ns previ
ously advertised. Watch announce
tnen'ts in tho Saturday Journal.
Mrs. O. Dixon, of Burllngame, Cal.,
had a good husband and she hates to
lose him according to a letter which
arrived at the office of Governor
Wlthycombe this morning. The writer
states that her husband, William Gor
don Dixon, left their home Inst March
for this stnte nnd she has not heard
from him since. He came to Oregon
with the Intpntiou of locating here nnd
she fenrs he met with foul play. She
says ho is 38 years of nge, five feet six
I "Yes.thsh month &
fl are u$ and our Hole- ilT,'!V i
j f roofs lave outworn " MMfif
MM for .men. women mJKauo children.
Warranted Against Tears, Drop-Stitches,
Running Threads, or Any Manner of Hole
Six pairs of lisle or cotton are
warranted to wear six months
without holes, three pairs of aillc
three months. If any pair fails in
that time you get new hose free.
Men's Holeproof Socles, 25c per
pair and up. Women's and Chil
dren's Holeproof Stockings,' 35c
per pair ana up.
Such perfect hose would be far
more costly if the output of the
Holeproof factory were smaller.
But they're making Holeproofa for
millions, and large output cuts tho
factory cost per pair.
They import Japan's choicest
silk. They procure the finest, long,
est cotton fibre grown in Egypt.
They could pay half for lesser
yams. But then these hose would
wear like common hose.
Ask us to show you these fine
hose that mean such a saving to
you in labor and money.
A BOX OF HOLEPROOF HOSIERY.
Suggestion for Xmas. Presents.
G. W. JOHNSON & CO.
141 N. COMMERCIAL ST. SALEM, OREGON
W-gygTjiTvnirr , . --.-..T'V-5-;-.,?
Our Correction of Defective Vision f
by Classes is the very best that
scientific skill and conscientious,
painstaking work can make it. Our
prices are within reach of nil.
Miss A. McCulIoch,
Sfjvi.ifi .Hubbard EM;. Phone I0fl
f - -
inches tall and weighs 150 pounds and like to hnve him returned if nnyono
has grey eyes and black hair. She says ; knows anything about him.
he is strictly holiest and upright, stays o
home nights and neilher drinks, smokes I ;
nor talks much, in fact, has all of the!i Don't make junk of It, if use- sje
husbandly virtues and for 10 years they j sje fill try a Journal Now Today.
had lived happily together so she would I
s Special Pgice t
AT SB 1 eSO AT
One More Week Necessary Owing t the Great
Demand for Spaulding's Wonderful Plaster
To All Who Are Troubled With
SPAULDING'S WONDERFUL PLASTER
Tho past week vie have
persuaded Spalding's rep
resentative to stay another
week with ns to meet the
people and explain about
these wonderful absorbing
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115 SOUTH COMMERCIAL
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