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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 1915.
"OUR PRICES WILL BE FOUND LOWER BY COMPARISON OF VALUES"
CHRISTMAS GIFT PROBLEMS SOLVED EASILY AND QUICKLY AT MEYER'S
SALEM'S HOLIDAY STORE
Here vou will find the largest anrl hpst cfWfprl stwlts t rhnnsp frnm TUav wr eoWturl wifli irnoi g oml ,irln,l ,:tk aitv Aiivf anno Qnn
efficient service, you cannot help but find shopping at this big store a distinct pleasure. Holiday stocks are out on display ready for you. Many t j?
aiuiituve eAira specials in every section. ounaDie gm arucies ior ratner, Momer, sister, Brother, liaDy, friend or sweetheart.
SERVE YOUR OWN INTERESTS BEST BY SHOPPING AT MEYERS
BRING THE CHILDREN TO TOYLAND (SECOND FLOOR)
:::: New Holiday Ribbons, New Neckwear, New Handkerchiefs, New Leather Goods, Perfumes and Toilet Goods at Meyer's J
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I Holiday Offerings of Unusual Interest i
I In Women's Ready-to-Wear Garments
JV r S0 SECTION
NEW SHOWING OF ENGLISH SHOES of special
interest to young women. English last, black dull
calf leather, low heel. A splendid shoe for winter
wear. All sizes. JPnced at
special sale ot Women's Cloth Coats, fji I
plain and fancy mixed effects, All B 8 7fl I
Special Sale of Women's Rubberized f TiJLntx t
Raincoats Your Choice .... 2 CC
Green Tag Sale of Plush, Corded and Fur Coats, $
Women's Fancy Skirts Prices Less 20 Per Cent. X
Women's Coats up to $17.50, your choice $6.95
Special Green Tag Sale on all Party Dresses.
Annual $10.00 Sale of Women's Suits,
All of these formerly priced up to $30,
All other Suits in Stock at Price f
t A Sale of Women s Dresses, Woolen and Silk combinations, form- (T C J
f cr price $22.50, Your Choice ij?7. XJ I
All other Dresses in Stock at 33 Reductions
t Green Tag Sale of Furs every piece included.
t Green Tag Sale of Waists every Waist included,
t Green Tag Sale of Sweaters Special Prices on entire stock.
i Children's Coats All prices reduced 33 1-3 Per Cent.
I Children's Dresses All Prices reduced 33 1-3 Per Cent.
FOR BOYS We are" featuring a fine, strong wet
weather shoe of heavy oiled calf leather. A shoe
that will give maximum wear and at an attractive
price; black only. Priced, pair $2 50
772nd Wednesday Surprise Sale For December 8th
A Sale of Stamped Bath Towels' 37 cents
Our Art Section offers for next Wednesday's sell
ing these splendid Double Woven Turkish Bath
Towels, bleached, large size, 42 by 23 inches, and
stamped on both ends ready for embroidering.
These are excellent for gift giving and are very
inexpensive. You will be surprised at this offering
when you see the towels they would cost at least
50c in other stores. Offered as a special holiday
surprise for next Wednesday, Dec. 8th, at 37c ga
Sale Starts at 8:30. See Window Display
Japanese Lunch Sets---Seper ate ::
Lunch Cloths and Bureau Scarfs
at Special Low Prices
We are showing an extensive assortment of these
very popular and desirable articles unsurpassed for
holiday giving and very inexpensive. Various de
signs to choose from.
JAP LUNCH SETS-SEVEN PIECES
50-inch Cloth, with six Napkins $1.19 a Set
62-inch Cloth, with six Napkins $1.59 a Set
72-inch Cloth, with six Napkins $1.98 a Set
JAP BUREAU SCARFS
13x50 inches 15c Each
13x72 inches 25c Each
18 x 54 inches 1K0 VrU
Jap Toweling (10-yard Bolts) Special, oer Bolt. . .69c
A Sale of Dolls in Toyland
FULL JOINTED DOLLS, BISQUE HEAD Large
curled wig, 22 inches tall; shoes and stockings. One
of the biggest doll values you'll see this season. Light,
medium or dark hair. Your choice $138
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. I Extra special price J
Toyland (Second Floor)
Qnon'al HaIiMiv fttfarintrc In the Dress Goods Department for the coming week.
opCtldl lllMUdy UlieriUp Two of Meyers Extra Specials are mentioned here.
A Special Sale of 36-Inch Taffeta Silks
Commencing Monday Here are fine Taf
fetas of good texture, in the new and
most called for colors, also in white; yard
wide and of good weight. A regular $1.50
grade. Meyers Extra Special a yd
A Special Sale of Silk and Wool Poplins
Commencing Monday Forty-inch Silk
and Wool Poplins. No fabric is more
popular for making dainty and beautiful
garments. These sell regularly at $1.50.
Assorted colors. 'Meyers Extra Special
51.19 a Yard
ThE HOUSE OF QUALITY
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist In fitting
glutei eorreotly. D. 8. bank bldg.
The Mission Board of the Commons
Mission will meet nt tho close of the
services next Tuosdny evening.
Dr. Stone's Drug Btore.
The Stayton Eloctric Light company
has obtiiincd a 23 year franchise in
Sublimity for tho transmission and sale
of light and power.
Before placing your printing order,
Tlione 2171). Fuller Printing L'oncorn.
Miss Boulah Ratcllff will address a
gospel temperance meeting at tho V.
1! T V. nt 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Miss Amy Martin will preside ut the
Dr. E. T. Mclntlre, pnystclan and
urgeon, Kit juasonio bldg. Phone 440.
F. E, Senium, of the Chicago store,
wus reminded of his birthday Inst ev
ening when many friends dropped in nt
his homo, 205 Oak street, to note the
fact how time does fly.
Dr, Stono'j drug store.
The Increase in the practice of Dr,
W. A. Cox has made it necessary for
mm to employ another operator, Dr.
Knrlywlne, who comes to Hnloni well
He cams back. If you have any
CHI-netS VOU wish wnvnn. nntiCv .1 A
Dobnor, phone 1207M. f)ec4
This Is not an ad. Now Is the tin
to put In your hardwood floors. Mills
are overstocked and through trade
nagailncs, are quoting tho lowest
prince ever offered iu this part of the
See the beautiful
booths at the
Johnson Hat Works; lis S. Cora'l.
Miss Edna Peots and Harvey Park
er wcro married last evening by tho
ltev. Harry K. Marshall, nt the parson
age of tho First. Baptist church. Mr.
l'nrker is an employe of thn Oriiy-bollo.
After a short wedding trip, they will be
at homo at 1215 North Cottngo street.
Dance at armory tonight, Foerloss
A BrlBCoe car of the light 1010 model
was shown on tho streets today by the
ngents, Rutherford & Hhiclds. The car
Is of a clnssy dosiun and has nil the
new ideas in machinery as well us in
tho general design of the ear thnt will
attract buyers for tho coming year.
Do not mlns that good time at arm
ory uaneo tonight.
Pearl Miller, whodled in the city De-
comber 1, was burled this afternoon
from the parlors of Kigdon & lticlmrd
son, tho Rev. .Tames Klvln of the First
Congregational church officiating.
Burial was In the Odd Fellows' ceme
tery. Relatives were present for the
funeral from Huntington.
Save Friday noon and evening for
the Methodist Indies. Two hot meals
25o a pinto.
At their meeting last evening, the
Toomnn Homestead elected tho follow
ing officers, to he Installed lit Jan
uarys Foremnn, Krnest Blue; corres
pondent, Dr. M. K. l'omeroyj master
of accounts, Mr. Bnylesj overseer, R. I..
White! rliftnlntn. Aim. Ai'hrnnk niltni
officers will bo appointed Inter. As a
part or the entertainment last evening
the boys' high school band favored the
Yeoman with several selections.
Victor and Columbia disc records, 40
per cent off; Edison 4 minute oyltndor
nonrils. renrnlnr tine, now lit cents.
T.nrrf stonU to wt from. 421 Court
street. W. M. Ciierrlnirton.
Eat that Sunday dinner or lunch at
tho Whito Swan l)airy lunch, you will
One of the prominent exhibitors at
tho corn show in this city is Germot
Hoyden, who resides near Sulem. Ho had
eight acres of corn this year and it pro
duced 012 sacks which averaged In
weight 08 pounds. Tho ears woro un
Furs remodeled, repaired, lined and
cleaned. Tho French Millinery Shop,
3.-.U Btato street.
Two justices of the supreme court
and the. attorney general of tho statu
will deliver Klk memorial addresses to
morrow. Justice H. U Benson will speak
nt Ashland, and Justico L. T. Harris nt
Astoria. Attorney General George M.
Brown will deliver the address for the
Elks nt McMinnville.
There is no dispute about the La
Corona being tho greatest cigar vnluo
ou tho market.
Ed Fenrlck, a Janitor at the state
house, was injured last night in a col
lision with one of the grocery deliveries
of tho I.ebold Grocery Company. The
enr was coming down the wrong sido of
the street, according to Mr. Fenrick and
knocked him off of his wheel inflicting
a number of minor bruises and break
ing the wheel.
Removal notice. Johnson Hat Work
1ms moved from 4114 Court to 148 S.
Commercial, next to Journal office.
The Oregon Electric Is replacing its
old poles on Front street with now ones
of larger size, 75 fect high, These large
poles are to carry three high tension
wires, each wire cnpnble of carrvlng
00,000 volts. Tho poles now on High
and Cottnge streets, the property of
the Portland Railway, Light & Power
company, will be removed, in accord
ance with a city ordinance.
Cooked food, home mad candles,
popcorn balls, and lots of good things
to eat at tho Methodists' bazaar, Fri
day, December 10th.
The Saturday vegetable market was
running about as usual this morning,
with six booths taken, including one
Jnp who had booth Xo. 1. Business
seemed pretty fair. Those who have
sold their farm produce at this Sttur.-, -
y,L goodI good s iZLJ
tttt.tiiiitiiii tilt iiiiiiii
In the Men's
A SALE OF MEN'S $2.00 KID GLOVES AT
$1.38 PAIR Here's a Glove we will place with
any $2.00 Glove in Salem; it is made by Fovvnes
in London; 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, a pair $1.38
SALE OF MEN'S OUTING FLANNEL NIGHT
SHIRTS AT 85 CENTS-Men's V-Neck style
Night Shirts of good grade fabric; well made;
full 56 inches long; assorted stripe patterns.
Extra Special for one week
A SALE OF MEN'S SILK SHIRTS-OUR $5.00
GRADE-EXTRA SPECIAL $3.45-The best
Silk Shirt that $5.00 can buy; golf model; soft
cuffs, with neckband for white collar; various
patterns and colorings. For gifts these are un
surpassed. $5.00 grade, special at $3 45
day market scorn well satisfied as now
tho booths are mostly taken by those
wuo tried it several months ago
Dr. O. L. Scott, D. O., is reported to
bo on the mend slowly and now ex
pects to be so recovered that ha can
resume his practice about the middle of
In response to an Invitation from 0.
H. Luck, manager of the Commercial
club, to attend the Marion Couuty
Corn and Potato show, W. D. Skinner,
traffic mnnngor of the Oregon Electric,
writes as follows: "This 1b the sort
of enterprise in which we ware hcnrtilj'
interested, and we will endeavor to be
present Saturday, and bo represented
by V. C. Wilkes, assistant general
freight and passenger agent, and D. C,
Freeman, publicity agont."
The United Brethren church, corner
Seventeenth and Nebrnskn, is to have
a special program nt 11 o'clock Sun
day. It is "Family Dap" to which nil
Members of the Elk lodge will meet
Sunduy afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the
Odd Fellows' hall mid march in a body
to the Grand opera house for the all
ium 1 memorial services, to begin nt 2
o'clock. Fred V. Willson, of The
Dalles, former district attorney, will
deliver the memorial address, Walter K.
Keyes will pny tribute to dopurted
members nnd the Rev. Harry E. Mar
shall pronounco the benediction. The
public is welcome to the exercises of
Attention B. P. O. E. AU Elks are
requested to meet at I. O. O. F. hnll
Sunday December 5th, at 1:30 p. m.,
and attend in a body the mqmorinl ser
vices at t'uo Grand theatre.'
The argument on tits demurrer of
John H. Lewis to the writ of mandamus
filed in tho supremo court was post-
Soned this morning until next Satur
ay. Tho opinion was expressed that if
the highway commission were not al
lowed to Intervene as a party defen
dant in tho BUit they would he allowed
to intervene as a friend of tho court
and tho merits of the case as presented
by tho board would thus bo heard by
the supreme court. - -
It will be greatly appreciated If
those who have secured tickets to the
Lyceum course and have not paid for
them will kindly send a check to Cllcn
The ladles of the First Presbyterian
church will serve a chicken-pie supper
in the church on Tuesday, December
7th, from 5:30 to 8 p. m. There will be
small articles on sale, nothing over SO
For their annual target practice, to J
compete for the Bankers' trophy, Com- j
pnny M will leave the armory tomor
row morning at 7:30 o'clock and spend I
tho day at the tnrget range near Fin-1
zcr. Every member of the company has
been ordered to report, although about I
35 will participate in the tnrget shoot-1
ing, nt 200 and 300 yards, Those who!
do not shoot will have the pleasure of (
attending the pit and keeping BCore i
nnd helping set the table for dinner, al-;
though the government furnishes a
Yin Kin low restaurant, 410 Ferry:
street. Everything new, is very neat,
and clean, new management, tho besti
of noodles and good coffee and China!
Wo Long tea. Lee King Chung Chop
Suey and short orders at nil hours.
Eafoury Brothers, now ou Liberty
street between State and Court streets
hnvo lenscd the east business room now
occupied by the Roth Grocery company
nnd will move into their new quar
ters about the first of next February.
This move has been necessary on ac
count of their growing business and by
the fact that the firm wishes to in
crease its stock, including a shoe de
partment. The room will be urrangod
according to the latest business Mens,
and will include a rest room for the
Notice. All persons claiming to be
solicitors for "Sunny Brook Dairy"!
are impostors, as we employ neither
agents or solicitors. The superior qual
ity of our goods is sufficient. D. Hol
leusteincr, B. Holenstciner, Props.,
Sunny Brook Dairy. Thone 222. 1021
T . .
Did It Lver
Occur to You
That those distressing headaches from which you f
suiier are due to
Others have been completely relieved by wearing t
ouruUKKUUTLI FITTED GLASSES Why not I
Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist
208-209 Hubbard Bldg. Phone 109.
After two weeks' evangelistic serv
ices at Corvnllis the Rev. Hurry E.
Marshall has returned to the city nnd
will occupy his pulpit as usual at the
First Baptist church. In his new field
of work, Mr. Marshall's timo is now
engaged until the first of next July.
Beginning early in January, he will go
to the Eust Side Baptist church in Port
land to begin his special evangelistic
work. After two weeks In Portland he
will go to Baker City, nuj has been en
gaged nt the following cities: Bend,
Ore.) The Dulles, Ore.j Fort Bragg.
C'al.j Myrtle Creek, Ore.j aud XorTh
Salem Ministerial union will meet in
regular session nt the Y. M. C. A.
building Monday morning, 10:H(l
o'clock. The order of the day will be
a Symposium ns follows: "The Rural
Church,'- 0. W. I'lumcr; "State Insti
tutions," H. K, l'emberton; "Christinn
Work Among the Indians," H. Ken
nedy, ' several promiuentwraiiroado f f icials
are in the city, looking over the city
nnd state institutions. John N. Gitli
ens, assistant freight, and traffic man
ager of the Denver & Rio Grande, Mis
souri Pacific & Iron Mountain rail
roads, with headquarters at St. Louis,
is making his first visit to Snlcm. With
him are other prominent railroad men.
Including E. G. Duffy, manager of the
Portland office for the Rio Grande.
D. C. Freeman, of the Oregon Electric
and R. W. Foster of the Burlington, nnd
R. D. Jennings of the Southern Pacific.
The party will return this evening to
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our sincere grat
itude to the dear friends who were so
kind nnd helpful to us during the sick
ness and denth of our Uear husband,
father and brother.
MRS. .1KSHIK PENT.
MR. AND MRS. F. G. HALE.
MR. FR.VNK BENT. ,
AU the newest worsteds suiting in
finished and unfinished materials,
made, are reduced: $25 suits to 20.00;
W0.00 suits to $25.00; $33.00 suits to
130.00; $10.00 suits to $32.J0; -45.00
suits to $37,50, and the same high stan
dard of finish, lit and workmanship on
every garment, ami over 500 suit pat
terns to choose from, D. II. M osier.
344 State street.
Word was received this nioruinu
from Judge B. F. Keener, nf Eugeno,
that he will be here to place the nwnrdri
fqr the Mnrion County Foultrv skow,
to be held in Snlcm. January 11 to 11,
inclusive. Sherill Fleming and H. S.
Carter will have general supervision of
the exhibits. Secretary Walter H.
Smith Btntes that unusual interest is bo
ing shown by poultry fanciers in the
coming show ami that already many ap
plications have been received for entry
blnnks. The officers of the Marion
Country Poultry association ure'Georgi)
E. Shaw, president; Mayor Hurley ().
White, vice-president ; W. H. Smith,
GAMBLE To Mr. and Mrs. R. Gamble,
at tncir home on South Seventh
street, Saturday, December 4, 11)15,