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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1916.
Special Clearance Prices on Everything in Stock Nothing Reserved
Dr. H. P. Mendelsohn
ARE SAVING MONEY FOR HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE AT NO. TIME OF THE YEAR ARE OPPORTUNITIES BETTER TO SAVE ON PERSONAL AND
HOUSEHOLD NEEDS-WE HAVE CUT THE PRICE ON EVERY ARTICLE IN STOCK-EVERY PIECE OF GOODS EVERY GARMENT-NOTHING
RESERVED EVEN RUBBER FOOTWEAR IS REDUCED IN PRICE. ITS THE QUALITY OF THE MERCHANDISE AND OUR METHOD OF
Price Cutting That Makes This Sale Different From Other Sales
f Notions, Perfumes,
Thorough Clean-up of Women's, Misses9 and Children's Ready -to-Wear
EVERYTHING GOES AT A SPECIAL CLEARANCE PRICE.
l A Sweeping Clearance of Dress Goods,
lA Great Clearance of Women's
:! HERE ARE GOOD QUALITY GARMENTS-A CLEAN-UP OF LINES-FORMERLY PRICED
j UP TO $45.00; YOUR CHOICE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY $ 5.00 EACH
All Around Town
Dr. Mendeliolin, specialist, fits glass
es correctly. U. 8. Hunk, Hldg.
Roy Pomeroy has .been appointed
house physician for the HI. Vincent hos
Dr. Stone's drug store.
The cold weather is holding the snow
on the mountains and the river con
tinues to fall, with a gauge today of
four feet above low water mnrk.
Before placing your printing order,
Phone ilia. Fuller Printing Concern.
The Oregon Board of Pharmacy will
meet In Portland next Tuesday for the
quarterly examination. Frank 8. Ward
of this city is treasurer of tho board.
Dr, Stone's Drug Store.
Nellie Louise Eddlngs, the three-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cnrtcr
Eddings, died last Wednesday at the
homo of her pnrentB, 1112 Woodward
Electric baths ana massage under
your physicinn's directions. N. N. in
us, 18 Hubbard Illdg. Phone OSS. tf
The savings department of the Salem
postofflce had on deposit lecemlier III,
lwl.'i, the sum of Id.l.M. This amount
was placed with the government for
safe keeping by 120 depositors,
I never saw such shirt waists as are
being made and hemstitched for tl.OO
to S1.no, at the Hob Nidi. This is Jan
nary price. Materials furnished or not.
All work guaranteed. Just Investigate,
Frank Collins, who conducted a sa
loon when Hnlem was wet, on Slate
street, known as "The Court," died
In Portland Tuesday of this week and
was buried today at Albany, his form
Six English semi porcolain dinner
jdati', flue, Huren ft Hamilton.
Line of 'HJgpCJ
January Clearance and Stock
Toilet Articles, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Gloves, Ribbons. Everything
in Stock Goes at a Special Clearance Price
Clearance of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and
Special Cut Prices on every Pair in Stock.
SWEEPING CLEARANCE OF BEDDING-TRUNKS-CASES-DISHES-CUT
A SWEEPING CLEARANCE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' TOGS-SPECIAL PRICES
for Three Days
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Very popular The Spa's special
lunch, 11 to 2.
In order i stimulate competition
and n liltlo more interest in bowling,
W. K. Slater, secretary of the Klks
has offered a prize of if I each week
for tho bowling Kill who makes tho
Have you tried the Spa's special
lunch, 11 to Sit
Th pulpit of the First Baptist
church will be occupied next Sunday by
Professor Houghton, of tho Mc.linn
villo college, lie has preached in tho
city seveial times and is regarded' aa
an orator of exceptional ability.
Smoke Hygrade cigars and stay on'
friendly terms with everyone.
An ordor for 00,000 foet of lumbei
wua received today by the Spiiulding
'"(ttfinrf company from the Southern
Pacil'io railway. The order calls for Sac
ramento delivery ami is mostly of ma
terials fur the building of cars.
COo will buy a set of English semi
fnrcolnin dinner plutes lit Huron &
The Farther Lights. Missionary so
ciety of the First Hnptist church will
hold n meeting at tho church Friday
evening. A supper will be served n't
0:.10 o'clock. All young ladies inter
ested in missionary work nro invited to
Missionary meeting. The O, W, B.
M. of the First Christian church will
meet nt the home of Mrs, ,1. I,. Higgs,
4H2 N. Hummer street Friday after
noon. Oliief Deputy State Highway Engin
eer I'!. T. Caiitine returned today from
attendance at the Fnrmers' nnd Home
Makers' ronl'eroncu week nt Corvallis
which begun ilanuunrv 3. Mr, Cnntliio
delivered an address Tuesday on "The
Function of the State Highway Com
mission, before the conference.
Salem Woman's club will meet Sat
urday afternoon, January f, nt iMto in
the V. W. C, A. building. Mrs. Alice
H, Hod I will speak on "A Visit to
Some Famous (iallorles, "
According to the Intent returns, the
first boy of tho year was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Jainet ,. Si'cnco, Hi 17 North
Front street, dating iiis blithdav from
Il:.i0 p. in. Tuesday, January 4. The
first girl of the year is also reported
Silks, Linens, Domestics, Umbrellas. All Specially Priced I
from North Salem, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lyons, bom at
the Salem hospital Tuesday, January
4. Another early arrival lor the new
year was tho son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
Whittier, born Wednesday evening,
January 0, at tho Salem hospital,
The Presbyterian Woman's Mission
ary society will meet with Mrs. H.
Day ton, 415 N. Capital street, Friday
afternoon nt 2:10 o'clock. All laides
of tho church nro cordially invited.
Miss Mildred M. Atlierton and James
L. Moorman were married this after
noon nt 2 o'clock by tho Rev. J. Mont
calm Drown of tho Jason Leo Memorial
church. Mr, and Mrs. Moorman left nt
i o'clock on tho Oregon Electric for a
short visit in Portland and vicinity.
Mr. Moorman is u salesmnn for the
Price shoo store.
!L Special meeting of De
vSw!5x Molnv Conimnnderv No.
SiwS K T'- xh ev,,,,inB-
$L. Installation of officers.
Visiting Sir Knights welcome.
The grip, which seems to be no re-
"l',,','l'r of "v has iiivnd-
ed tho siiiictornui of the Snlem postof-
fice. (ieorgo Hatch is one or the vic
tims of the dreaded grip and Wins
Howard, another, while several of the
force ore just on the verge of getting
We are closing out 4 patterns of
Knglisli) iseiui-purcoliiin diiiueiwiire.
This is your opportunity to buy good
(linnerwenr at the price ot ciieap carta
onwnic, prices rcduceil liom .IU
per cent. Huren & Hamilton.
Articles of incorporation were filed :
at the office of the corporation com
missioner today for the Wright-Lang
Printing conipnnv of Portland. The
concern Is capitalized nt $",000, The 8.
Hroinbor--" & Co, corporation was dis-
of day or
Good Oarage In connection for
storage Of cars.
SALEM TAXI CO.
open all mairr.
240 State Street.
GLASS EVERYTHING CUT
ON EVERYTHING IN THE
This Store has been known for 36 years as the
"Good Goods Store" of Salem; again we say the
best is none too good for our patrons. We have
no room for bankrupt stocks or trashy merchan
dise. A common saying (and a true one) when
one wants good, reliable, standard merchandise,
"Go to Meyers, the House of Quality"
solved and the Oregon Securities Co.
increased their capital stock from $10,
000 to $.")0,000 which-.is to be divided
into 500 shares with, a par value of
The Loyal Daughters of the First
Christian church will hold nu import
ant business meeting at the church to
night. As the business to come before
tho meeting has much to do with the
work of the society, all Loyal Daugh
ters are urged to attend.
"Preparation for War as a Guarantee
for World Pence," is tho subject on
which President William T. Foster, of
Reed college, Portland, will speak at
tho lecture to be given in tho auditor
ium of tho Salem public library Friday
evening. Ho has the reputation not only
of being a brilliant speaker, but also as
a man who entertains advanced ideas
on subjects of national import.- Ho will I
bo introduced by President Doncy, of!
Take advantage of our "removal;
sale ju ices" and lay in a stock of
gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, wed-,
dings, '" Extremely low prices on1
all framed pictures nnd prints. The
Frame Shop and Oiftory, 279 North
Coinniercinl. See our windows.
"Decern et Soptem" is the name
chosen last evening by which the Arto
I'riHco club will hereafter bo known.
The club is the drill team of the Uni
ted Artisans. It went to San Francis
co and carried off tho first prize ns
the best drilled Artisan team. Now
that the ulorv of winning tho first
prize is a thing of tho past, the club
concluded to travel under another
name. "Decern et septem, trnnsiiii-
e.l into ordinary omeni language menus
that the club Is composed of ten and
seven nciivo women, all members of
the Hinted Artisans
The meeting of the Men's Llboral
club was of more than passing inter-1
est, and wns of real educational value, j
The absence of the Hon. Charles L.
McXary was grealaly regretted, but he
lias agreed to address tho members up-,
on the same subject In the near future.!
Kural Credits is a vital question nnd
severnt measures are being brought be-1
fore the pcoplo of the state and na-,
lion. It is tlie plan to Invito Hon, C.
H. Puffer, father of the Puffer bill to,
speak nt one of tho Social Service
meetings In the rear future and to bo-
gin a campaign of education of this
great question of Rural Credits, The ,
club will meet the third Wednesday of;
the mouth continuing the mime ques- j
tiou. All men are invited to these i
One week from tonight, the members j
of the local lodge of Klks will take a
special train for McMinnvillo, where
by special Invitation, the officers ofi
the Snlem lodge w ill put on the work j
of Initiations. This is In the way of
a return visit, ns the .MeMinnville of
ficer and members hnvo visited the
local lodge and put on the work. As a
INFANTS WEAR TOO.
committee to arrnngo for the special
excursion next Thursday evening, tho
following have been appointed: A. L.
Wallace, A. II. Henderson, George C. L.
Snyder, S. A. .Manning. A. 0. Crossnn,
K. A. Kurtz nnd Fred Kiixon. The spe
cial will lenve Salem about G o'clock
All Dropped Patterns reduced from
Chiffonier f 13.40
Escapes After All-Night Flight
From Trailing Sub
: Marseilles, France, Jau . 6. The
French liner Karnak. with S.'iO passen
gers arrived here today after an excit
ing flight before a submarine all night. I
rhe brought survivors of tho Iftitish !
liners Middleton and Abelia, sunk by j
Many of the Karnak passengers were!
hysterical as they realized the possi
bility that the submarine would over
take them and blast their ship.
"We sighted her at dusk", said an
officer. 'The captain put on full steam j
ahead through a heavy storm, and our
bow was just splitting the big waves."
Passengers from the Abelia and Mid
dletnn, just rescued, were so terrorized
at their fresh peril that their condition
was pitiful. Some passengers stood at 1
the stern watching the chase, out most
of them were too frightened to do
other than cower in comers.
The submarine, an extremely large
one, was bothered by the heavy waves,
i and to this was due the fact that the
Karnak managed to outdistance her.
The Karnak passengers were ready
I'for emergencies. Lifebelts were don
Ined, and the boats were swung. Mean
(time, everybody remained fully dressed,
f f and sat on deck or in the smoking room
I while the liner zig zagge her way
through the storm to uocige a possiuio
The Abelia had previously been re
ported torpedoed, but the above is the
first word concerning the destruction
of the Middletou, a 2,050 ton vessel,
There were two survivors from this
nnd return as soon as the work of in-
itiations have been completed.
Mr. Fold may be something of a vis
ionary, but he backs up his visions with
good, hard cash, that is not visionary.
The contract for the brick work for
the super-structure of the McUilchrist
building has been awarded- to Sam A.
Hughes. The Northwest JSteel company
of Portland, will furnish the steel work.
The following notice has been posted
on the bulletin board of the Commercial
club: "Wanted. Expressions in writ
ing from members of the Salem Com
mercial club, outlining in less than 100
words, the advantages to be derived
from being members of the club. These
expressions will be subject to publica
tion. O. H. Luck, manager."
The business store room in the rear
of the Salem Hank of Commerce on Lib
erty street, formerly occupied by the
Roth Grocery company, is being re-built
into two rooms, each having a full plnte
glass front and separate entrance. M.
A. Est es will occupy one of the rooms
with a tuilor shop and M. Dolan, the
shoe repairer, the other. The exterior
will also be re-painted.
Although the new prohibition law for
bids the sale of magazines or papers
containing liquor advertisements, the
local newsdealers do not seem to be
worried over the situation, nnd are not.
troubling themselves about tearing out
forbidden pages. Tho Portland news
dealers made a start nt clipping out
nil liquor ads, but seem to have re-
(WATCH OUR WINDOWS)
DO YOUR EYES BOTHER?
Thousands of pcoplo from childhood
to old age are chronic sufferers of Some
form of headache, and in a surprisingly
large percentage of these cases the
cause may be traced directly to an ab
normal condition of tho eyes. Some
times this condition is present nt birth;
sometimes it is the result of sickness
or accident later in life.
One of the most frequent causes of
this class of headaches are muscular
imbalance. The eyeball is controlled in
its movements by six external mnsclou,
nnd when any one or more of them
become weakened or fail to operate as
they should, tho result is defectivo
vision Vni an intensivo strain upon the
nervous centers, genorally manifested
by pains in the forehead, the temples
or in the back of the head or at the base
of the brain. If these conditions arc
allowed to continue they often result
in serious consequences, such as strab
ismus or cross eyes or in a general,
la treating such cases I have been
unusually successful. In addition to
the skill and knowledge which he has
acquired in my more than 33 years of
exclusive' practice of optometry, I.
have just received the latest and best
instruments to be obtained. Ho ii
thus enabled to develop and treat
weak muscles, restoring normal con
vergence of tho eyes and overcoming
diplopia or double vision. -
By mv methods, all this is dono
without" the use of the knife
formerly considered tho only way and
entirely without the use of drops or
drugs of any kind, as they arc not only
injurious but dangerous.
Consult me at onco in regard
to vour eyes and avoid the evil
results that follow delay in such mat
ters. Children's eyes especially should
be examined and treatment given as
early ns possible while their muscles
nro easily developed.
I guarantee satisfaction in every
, m. M. P. MENDKLS011N
210-211 V. S. Bank Bldg. Salem, Or.
gnrded it too much of a job nnd arc
just waiting for something to happen.
Eugene dealers nro inclined to cut nut
the forbidden liquor ads. Most of the.
newsdealers hero will dispose of their
January issues and rtther expect rub
lishers'to send expurged editions here
after. Like the dealers in Portland,
those in the business hero are wnit.hu;
for something to happen.
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