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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1915)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, PEC. 29, 1915.
FIVE BIG STORES UNDER ONE ROOF
THE STORE OF GOOD MERCHANDISING AND LOW PRICES
That's What People are Doing at Meyers Those who Purchase During their
Everything Reduced in Price. RUBBER GOODS included. We have no space for trashy mer
chandise. No room for Bankrupt Stocks. The Best is None too good for our customers
:::: Drapery Section Clearance of CRETONNES, light and dark patterns up to 25c grades 4
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A Lot of CURTAIN SWISSES and NETS, Varied patterns, white and ecru 1 nrco
Clearance at . . . . 1JJ
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The Shoe Section Offers Unprecedented Savings on Dependable Footwear ::
Hundreds of pairs of Shoes kvc been sold from these lots we have taken many more t
pairs from regular lines to re;!emshIf you need Shoes don't fail to attend this event. I
Several Hundred Pairs of Ladies' Shoes at 50c a Pair j
Several Hundred Pairs cf Ladies' Shoes at $1.00 a Pair j
A Big Lot of Ladies' Shoes, vcur choice $1.95 a Pair j
Another Big Lot Ladies' Shoes, choice .": $2.45 a Pair
Several Hundred Pairs Men's Shoe, choice $2.45 a Pair I
Men's $6.50 and $7.00 Nettleton Shoes, war dunce '. . .' $4.95 a Pair !
Several Hundred Pairs of Children's Shoes, vour choice 50c a Pair :
A Big Lot of Children's Shoes, clearance, vour choice $1.00 a Pair :
Another Biff Lot of Children's Shoes, vour choice $1.45 a Pair :
I One Lot of Infants Soft Sole Shoes, 50c kind 25c a Pair
SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL LINES
Free Handed Price Cutting in Women's, Misses, Children's Ready to Wear Garments. Prices in this department have been cut with no regard
far profits. In many cases it entails a considerable loss but we must clear our shelves and reduce stocks to prepare for spring.
Women's Sweaters, slightly soiled ONE-HALF PRICE Entire Stock Furs. Sets and Separate pieces, 33 1-3 Less
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enure oluuv vvusucu 5 mie uites, lcm lj
Women's Coats, formerly up to $17.50 $1.98
Entire Stock Women's Coats, price reduced 33 1-3 Extra Special Prices on our Stock of Kimonos.
Entire Stock Women's Rain Coats, your choice . . 1-2 PRICE Special Prices on Petticoats aid Knitted Goods.
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:: Women's Suits formerly priced to $30.00, your choice I New Shirt Waists-(Samples) sizes 36 and 38, up to s
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t Women's Dresses Formerly priced to $30, your choice New Shirt Waists For Spring 1916, to $1.25, your choice
X $3.95 , I 95c
:! Silk Waists, newest models, Crepe de Chines, OQ
ii Candy stripes, etc., up to $5, your choice for vOtJ
FANCY LINENS, DOILIES, SCARFS, CEN- T Trrpi The best is none too good for our custom-
terpieces, etc., I 1 J VdLl tS rs NobankruPl slocks or discarded
LESS 20 PER CENT Ji HoQOPlOOQDS fcrt merchandise sold over our counters.
Can tut any tlm of day or
Good Quran in connection for
atorago of can.
SALEM TAXI CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
246 Bute Street.
Boe Owens, Tailor and Hattor. 495
Court strot't, for cNmhuiih nnil blocking
your lint or mcsini your suit. J'hono
TUT JOURNAL WANT ADS.
A marriage license was Issued today
to I. lu 'hninian, a driiRuiKt of ISt, Hel
ens, and Lotto Wilson, a school tcnclicr,
rcsiiltng tit 1J8 South Cottngo Btrcot in
Silk tale at Compton s, 337 Court
niut t'onimoicinl, 1'riduy uioruluir, lo
comber .Hint. For full infuiimitioii, call
and boo tho gooils,
John H. Walker, aged 73 years, was
committed to tho Oregon ftnto hospital
for tho lnsnno yonteriluy after an ex
aminutiou by Jiuluo Biishcy and a phy
ticiuu of this city.
Silk sale at Common's, 337 Court
and Commercial, Friday uioruing, De
cember 3 1 Ht. For full information, call
and seo the goods.
E. M. Page, Mabel A. DoLong and A.
II. Thompson were toduy appointed by
JiuIko Huslioy us nppruiscrs iu the mat
ter on tho ctiito of Alujiu K. Crnns
ton, uu incompetent.
fl A. Warren, nf Portland, is In th
city introducing a new digest of Oregon
reports and Facifio reporter from 55 '
Oregon to tho current issue, and ulsoi
annotations to date for Lord's Oregon'
The Ilazol Green Christian Endeavor I
society met todny with tho Christian
Kndciivors of Capitol Temple and dis
cussed subjects of vital importune? to
young people. A speeinl sorvieo will
bo held this evening ut 7:30 o'clock.
Alleging that he performed services
amounting to l-0 for tho defendant,
Joseph Harbor has filed suit in tho cir
cuit court against M. E. Nieewood to
collect this amount. W. C. Wiuslow is
tho plaintiff's attorney.
The T. M. O. A. commercial basket
ball league opens its season this evening
at 7:30 with four games scheduled t
take place and showing all of the teams
of the league iu action. The gnmo to
night is given frco of charge though a
smull admission fee will bo charged at
The annual Christmas party of the be
ginners and primary departments of the
First .Methodist bund ay school will
held in the parlors ot tho church tomor
row afternoon ut 2:30 o'clock. This
party will also Include the members of
the cradle roll and their mothers. A
program has been arranged for the oil
tertuinmeut of tho children.
One-hlf an hour will be addod to the
working day of the bpaukling Logging
company, beginning tho first of the
year. Heretofore, nino hours has been
tho regulur working time, but on ac
count of tho increase In orders and the
rush for delivery, the mill will begin
running uine and one-half hours after
Janunry 1. This will make the morning
hours from 7 o'clock until noun, and
from 12:43 o'clock until 5:15 in the
Bridges In U parts of the world will
oe described this evening in a talk nt
the Commercial club by Charles Kvan
Fowler, consulting engineer of Seattle
and Xcw York. The talk will be illus
trated by 120 etereoptlcnn slides, ami
will begin promptly nt S o'clock. Just
at present the bridge proposition is of
special interest to the penplo of 8nlem.
Mr. Fowler will not talk in technical
terms but will describe bridges of dif
ferent types, explaining why such a
type of bridge was built. As every one
is interested in bridges, tho lecture
this evening is open to tho ludics nud
to tho general public.
AH Around Towa I
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Dr. Mendlesohn will he at his office
January 1, 1918. tf
The liver is at a lower level today
and is gradually falling. The stage
is 7.7 feet above zero.
Dr. Stone's drug Eton.
The Boston store, Court and Commer
cial streets, is packing its goods tlii
week, for shipment to i'ortlnnd.
Before placing your printing order,
Phone 21 70. Fullor Printing Concern.
The Knights of the United Brethren
church w ill hold a meeting Friday even
ing at the church for the annual elec
tion of officers.
Dr. R. T. Mclntire, pnysiclan and
surgeon, 214 Masonic bldg. Phone 440.
The government's weather report, as
issued by the IJ. S. department of ngii
culture, "snys, "cold and clear tonight
Dr. Stone's Drug Store.
The ladies of the Altar society of St.
Joseph 's parish will entertain the mem
bers of tho choir this evenine with
cards and games, to be followed by re
freshments. Electric baths and massage under
your physician's directions. N. N. lm-1
us, 218 'Hubbard Bldg. Phone 535. tf!
17. G. Holt, superintendent of the
logging department of the Spniilding
Logging company, has been ill nt hi
home for the past week. Todny he is
reported to be improving.
Now Year's oyster supper to be giv
en by HiiycKvillo Women's Aid so
ciety at the llayesville chnivh, Decem
ber 31. (load program. All are in
Revival meetings continue at the
Commons Mission, 241 State street, ev
ery night. Kev. N. J. Lund, of the
Xa.nriue church, is a pointed, powerful
pernchor and everyone onpht to heiu'
him. The interest and congregation is
on the increase.
All kinds of dry wood, sawed of 4 ft.,
lowest prices. Prompt delivery. Star
Wood i.o., Phono 420, 10th and Onk.
The Pythian Sisters celebrated the
holiday season last evening at the Alc
I'onmck hall with a Christmas tree for
tho children. After the distribution of
presents to the children, n program wa
given in which the children played tin
Large platters, good English dinner
ware. 2(le to oil, , Buren 4: Hamilton
Tho room in the rear of the Salem
Bank of Commerce on I.ibcrtv street
adjoining the reul estate office of Scott
& Pynon, is undergoing repairs, which
will include the installing of a hot wa
ter Heating aprarntiis nm electric w r
ing, and will be occupied next week
ny iMeiviu uolnn, tho shoemaker
Dinner,plates and other odd pieces at
special prices, crockery department.
mircu ft Hamilton.
The sub station to be opened by the
postottice ut the Crown Drug store w
not be ready for business until .Tanonrv
10. It will be known as contract sta
tion .No. 2. Contract station Xo. 1 is
located near the Fairgrounds. These
sub stations sell money orders and
stamps but havo nothing to do with tin
parcel post department of the postof
Portable grates, to fit your fire
luce, for burning brichetts, coke or
coin, jiuicii & Hamilton.
A New Year's dinner will be given at
Ryan's hall by the Indies of tho (t. A.
K. and the Salem grange, to which all
urn miiuicin ami ineir iiimines and
members of the grnnge are cordially
invited. It will bo in tho wav of a
basket dinner, and provisions not used
will be given to the needy. The dinner
will begin promptly ut noon, New
Try bricketts in ono of our portable
;;riucs. jMuiniinnce or neat at small
expense. Durcn & Hamilton.
Examinations for non-commissioned
on icers and lor promotions from the
Hums io non-comniissioni'il officers wi
Try the White Swan Dairy lunch.
They are always good.
Ralph Mercer, who has been in tho
Marine corps, stationed at Mare Island,
is spending his vacation with relatives
in 'the city. At nn address before tho
Lnyul Sons of the First Christian
church, he said that tho navy was all
right for thoso who liked the sea, or
guard duty in foreign ports, but that a
young nnin in the marine corps must
become accustomed to the severe disci
pline. Something of interest to young
people will be found in the advertise
ment' of the Capital Business College
elsewhere in this issun. Jn1
ii fcimi mi ini "I' cw
Our Ability as an Optometri
Also Nice Line of
be held nt the armory Thursday ni
.lamiary l.l. About 12 members of (
pany M will tako the exnminati
incsr examinations will include
ground covered in the infnni,.-
regulations and the non-commissioned
officers' manual for lull.
LaCorona cigars are nil thoy repre
sent as to l'la or ii ii 1 quality.
Every agent on the Southern Pacific
and Oregon Klectric automatically be
comes n notary public to the extent that
they nro empowered to legally, swear
anyone who makes nn application to re
ceive a shipment of liquor after Jan
uary 1. This also applies to all ex
press agents. As theso agents ninv
only swear a peron for the one purpose
of securing the legal amount of liquor,
no seal is required.
Special meeting of Pacific
Lodge No. '."0, A. F. ft A
this evening at 7 n
sham. Work In tl.A M
degree. Visiting brethren wel
THE LAST NIGHT
A Big Midnight Matinee on
New Year 'a Eve at
THE BLI01I TREATBE
Has given as a decree of nioi-hnnical
ability and accuracy Unit is absolutely
nei e-sary if you waul your ulttrn s to be
of the greatest possible benefit.
We are here to serve accurately,
pi inaptly, sutisi'iictorrily.
Miss A. McCu!kh
208-209 Hubbard Bldg.
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Economy in f
Best Valley Hour, sale
7 Bars White Laundry Soap,
sale price 25c
50c Tea, any kind, sale
3 lbs. Strained Honoy 25c
PresU Eggs, doz. 35c
Bost No. 1 Creamery Butter
(This is not storage butter)
Peanut Butter, sale price
TRADE AT DAMON'S AND
PUT THE DIFFERENCE IN
850 NORTH COMMERCIAL
We Deliver Any Place In Salon
v e; ,-:- N,wvV.--'ifl
HUNDREDS OP MEN
nro In (his position to-day.
There is one way out they
should stick to ,hclr jobs and
enter the night school nt the
Where they can master the
principles of modern business.
Then comes tho larger salary
because they are worth it.
x"ur work may bo taken day cr
night. New thorthand class
The principal will be In liis
office each afternoon this
. week to talk with any who
CAPITAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
High and Terry Streets.