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OREGON, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23, 1916.
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THE DAILY CAPITAL
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n The History of the Chicago Store, Starts Today
j and will continue until our enormous stock is cut down all conditions of dye stuffs and out-put of the manufacturers are carefully con- H
H sidp.red. To disnnse of this oreat stock, is now our aim. as our eastern hiivers liavp nntfr1 na rm fk Into- rJoTrolnr-mofo El
H - 1 O 7 " 7 - -w- w - J w V MU VI H LA VA V4 T UlUJllilllOt
ii The prices we quote in this sale are the lowest you will ever see for the year 1916
! Jlk Suits
up and ready
We believe in quick sales and
Coats, $4.50, $7.50 $9.50
Suits $7.50, $9.50, $11.50
tfg iW 4i mit J "AitMm
Take Advantage of the Little Prices Quoted
They Mean a Great Saving of Money
Lay in Your Supply Now
While your quarters are worth half dollars later on. 10c Dress Ginghams now, yard, 6 l-4c. 12 l-2c'Dress Ginghams now,
yard, 8 1 3c. Fancy Challies now, yard, 3 l-2c. Men's 65c Work Shirts now 33c. Fancy Silk Mulls now, yard, 22c. 18c Pillow
Cases now 10c. 75c All Wool Serges now, yard, 48c. Silk Fib er Hose now 23c. Ostrich Plumes now 98c. Bungalow Aprons
now 25c. House Dresses from 49c up. Dollar Corsets now 48c. Wool Dresses in basement salesroom, $2.98. Ladies' $15.00
Suits, basement salesroom, $3.90. And so along the hundreds of Bargains.
49c 25c 23c 25c 10c 39c
Ladies' Envelope 3 Cans Sugar Cured Empress Silk Crepe
Chemise nicely triju- peas, high grade Best El Coffee Best Columbia River Fancy Jap Cups and 36 in wi(le aii coIors
med, bargain price quality steel ground, now Salmon Saucers now on sale for special price '
19c 3 for 25c 23c lb. 3 Cans 25c 2 for 10c Yard 39o
19c 98c 25c 9c 39c 5c
SO&ESS K 1 Hey Comb Bed Double Width Bleached Cretonnes with Persian Bueker S"" STSfZ
3G inch, special, yard Spreads, heavy quality, Damask, floral designs, designs, now colorSi now on'ly saIe prJcel
19c now 98c now, yard 25c yard 9c ' 3'Jc ' ' 5c
i : lis
now on sale.
styles; full and
. and $2.95
Mountains of New Spring Goods now on
display in all departments all over the big
store. NEW SILKS, NEW DRESS
GOODS, NEW WASH GOODS, NEW
MILLINERY and hundreds of other new
spring goods now shown.
Come here for shoe
values. We can show
you the best values in
Salem. Shoes up to
Now $1.49 and '
Now opened up and ready
for selling. Come and see
the New Spring styles; they
will certainly please you.
Up to the hour Hats NOW
$1.49, $1.98 1
"PIRATE CAR" LATEST
High Speed Car Used to Run
Down and Rob Autoists
Stirs Los Angeles
T.cs Angeles, Oil., Feb. 23. Bnn.litry
liere took new turn before dawn to
luy when highwaymen in a rear "pir
ate cur" nppeurvd on l.os Feliz rond,
pursued the machine of Attorney (). J,.
I Anderson, spattering it with .bullets,
I robbed tlio lnwyer and his wife and
dashed away ufter simishiii his nuto-
1 mobile so he could not use it to spread
j the ulurm.
Anderson walked to (llendale and no-
j tified the sheriff's offiw. While u iosse
was getting ready to go to the seene.
another telejhone call came from Hunt-
i ington Park on the other side of town.
j The "pirate ear" gang had just ap
peared there, given ehase to another
! machine, robbed, its occupants and van-
, ished. According to the story told by
Anderson, the bandits are reckless and
desperate. When he first heard them
! behind him lie crowded on a'l fpeed,
whereupon three of four of the thugs
i opened fire. Their automobile over
hauled his with ease. He described it '
as a powerful, black ear, carrying no
lights and no numbers.
STILL AFTER BRANDEIS
Golden West Paint Shop
In Connection With
Vick Brothers Garage
Automobile and Carriage Painting in all the latest
colors and styles, using the late Bake Oven Process.
My many years of high class painting enables me to
give you the best in Auto and Carriage Painting.
I guarantee all work that leaves my shop. I make a
specialty of High Grade Work, monograms, etc.
C. D. Stevens
260 N. High Street, Salem, Oregon
Washington, Feb. 2'.. Three new
charges alleging desertion of clients
and double dealing were made today
against IOtiis 1. Urandeis, supreme
court nominee, by Austin Fox, repre
senting .')") ltoston attorneys, before the
senate sub-committee investigating
Fox charged that:
In 1 110(5, I!niudeis acted for n commit
tee of stock holders against the F-quit-able
Assurance Society of Chicago, and
with nine months appeared for the com
pany in opposition to a stockholder,
Urandeis ncted ns an attorney for a
Mr. Stewart against the officers of
the Gillette Safety Kuzor company, in
alleging mismanagement, and then
within a few months aided the Gillette
concern against his former clients.
Knindeis aided K. H. Harriman to get
control of the Illinois Central railroad
from Stuyvesant Fish in a deal which
led Colonel Koosevelt to cull Harriman
an "undesirable citizen," while simul
taneously attacking the Boston nndj
-name rauroau tor practices m which it
was alleged hp had aided Harriman.
Fox said that he would produce fl
witness to prove that Brandeis personal
ly appeared for Harriman, despite his
denial before the Slassachusetts legislature.
Concatenation of the Hoo
Hoos and Dinner Tomor
TODAY'S ODDEST STORY.
St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 23.
Although only twelve miles
apart, St. Paul and Minneapolis
have separate weather bureaus.
The original single station,
which I'ncle Snm said could
efficiently handle weather con
ditions in both cities, was in St.
Paul. IVople in Minneapolis
coii"tanlly taunted the St. Paul
station with sending weather
reports destructive to their
bazaars, fetes and civic turn
outs. Minneapolis people just
wouldn't accept weather sent
them from St. Paul, so t'nelfl
Snm gave in and established
another station in Minneapolis.
Try Capital Journal Want Ada.
Portland, "re., Feb. 2.'1. Timberinen,
lumbermen and Hoo Hoos gathered at
tho Chamber of Commerce this morning
for the thirteenth annual conference of
the Western Hetnil Lumbermen's as
sociation and the Lumbermen's Mutual
Dozens ot delegates from nil parts o'
the Pacific coast were on hand today
for the opening of the three clay con
vention. The dinner and concatenation
of the Hoo Hoos will be held tomor
As an incident to the lumbermen's
convention a Portland department store
today announced the instailatioa of a
retail lumber department in its base
Addresses from several northwest
sawmill men on the methods used in
their mills will occupy most of the time
WAR NEWS OF ONE
YEAR AGO TODAY
Russia admitted losing an
entire army corps in the retreat
from Fast Prussia. Tho Him
sians and Austrian armies sway
ed in a death grip in tlie Car
pathian passes. Knglaml said
cotton would be made contra
band of war. The long ex
pected western drive of the
allies was again postponed be
cause " Kussia was holding her
own." Knelnud closed tho
Xorth Channel. The, American
cotton steamer Caril) was sunk
li v a German mine.
At the mouth of the r'uer they board-
eil the horse dr iwii stages and i-aiue to
I.Iarvis landing where at the first, sail
,ing boats were used to bring tho pas-
' sengers over to Lmpire.
! Hut the world ,lo nunc and two years
iago Goist and Kinney put on toe auto-
i mobiles to carry passengers up and
. iiown (lie nencn iietween .Parvis lanoingj
'iiii'l the linpu.i. Gasoline hunts plied j
neiuecii niiicncsicr imv auo Kuruiiicr
and it was the first of last May that.
Captain Cornwall put on the Ford auto
stages on the beach from the rmpqua
to Florence. Previously this trade .'null
been h indleil by the horse drawn stag
I Gardiner Stages To
Be Abandoned Soon
I As Railroad Is Open
I It was ;is veins ago tii.it Captain V.
J. Cornwall and associates started the
"I think .'ID .lays will see the rail
load open mid handling tois passenger
traffic," slate. I Captain Cornwall.
"This will put us out of business. Hut
the Drain stage route probably will al
ways continue, for mail purposes."
lioseburg e view.
Miss Edna Keeley Wins Three
Day Speed Contest Cover
ing 1500 Miles
San Francisco, Feb. 2,1. Can a t i -
I young woman in natty modern dollo-;
island the hardships of an autoniobi;
(endurance race just like a man? Sin
Unable to Explain
Rumor of His Death
Klgin, 111., Feb.
head ot the
2:i. Dr. M. O.
present stage line from Drain to Coos I "as unable to explain today the basis
liny, says the Marshfield Times. A few ' ''or reports that C.il f uirest, former
weeks now will see the close of the, champion amateur billiard player, had
-Miss Kdaa Keeley has done it. SI.
won a three day speed contest in Am
Irnlia. and covered 1, !(K) miles. Out-,
iug this time she acted us her oi 1.
uifchiiniciun and won the name of tin
greatest woman race ear driver.
D rated with medals, and smiling!.?
relating her ambitions as well as 1 .
.lw.lpast trials, Miss Keeley came to San
).' i Francisco on the Matsuii liner I.uiTni".
SHE FINALLY SUCCEEDED
Portland, Or.. Felt.
Demurest is in practically the same
had mental condition as when he at
tacked his wife some months ago,"
j beach route, probably for till time for .died
tin1 coming ot the railroad me. ins a new
and iiieker way of travel.
Hut nevertheless, the stages have aid
ed materially in the development nfii-abl the ibc,ior.
Coos Day. The Drain route at one time gradually but, I
was the' noliular road to Gardiner mid! death for a Ion"
Coos IS iy. It is true the Coos Hay j sick spell or an accident. "
Wngon iioad was open, but this was Denia rest 's mentality weakened grad
pnssable only about three or four months ' uully, following a murderous attack on
nis wue ax ' nic.tgo last summer, .vi rs.
DeinarestrH mother saved her
The race wan held some weeks ago
' around a course stretching from Ade
j laidc to ltrisbaae. It was open to vvt,.
j men only. During her fight for firs,t
j place she was stuck in .sands, faced with
i the problem of changing tires and nieiid-
Ilis type dcterior.ltos
do not expect his
time unless he has li
23. The fourth
metnoil in- wnien .virs. .11111a itonait, .i'i!f ,;. ...... .i .1,.. ...i,,.. ,... n
years old, tried to commit suicide yes-1,1 Vl,nr n0
terdny proved successful, nnd he is A"s'to the' Florence road, "you could
dead today. Apparently gijii.g insane, hnrdlv get an eagle in that vv'.iv in the
sue took several bromide of mercury j mrh: ,,Hy . , r11ltll; r ol ii'wall de
tablets. I hen she drank carbolic neid. : scribes it
She sl ished her wrists and throat with c,,,,,,,!,,' Cornwall was in the city to-
tl mini 11111 lltIMUl-ll iM.-jneii. uj n , .. . . . 1. 1 t,f tin. 1. .,rv
rafter in her bedroom.
Hood Hiver has only 27,00(1 boxes of
apples in storage. It might be a good
thing to buy your sprint supplv earlv.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all (l.rufjfjists.
tnining to the stage route with which
! he h is been so long connected.
! When the Drain route was opened the
i passengers generally staved over night
at Gardiner, proceeding the next day
, down tiie beach to Coos P.ny.
I Gardiner was a lively little town.
There were several stores, two saw
mills and plenty of saloons there at
Ithit time. Sailing ships came in for
frctueut. lumber cart'ees.
At that time gasoline boats were un
heard of but steamboats hail been in op
eration til Gnrilitier fiiiin vcrv earlv
days. Passengers were taken from (lnr- t
diner to Win. hestcr Kay in rovvboats.
nig machinery. And all this bes
three days of nerve jarring driving.
Eh sayg she is going to introdne
automobile racing to American women.
Incidentally sho will study aviation.
j "It you like sport its just as pos
sible for a woman to make good at auto
from racing as a man," she said. "I en
joyed it immensely."
beautiful IJust and Shoulders
ar rwi.e if you will wear , ientifkally conUrnctftl
Hi ii Julie UrnHSH'ic.
TlirtrnirciniT wright of nn unrnnflnnl lmf wtrrtclic (hit
tupportinif liiuscU' Uiat the cunlour or the figure is npulU'U.
put the bint birle where It hr
inhi. prrvt'iit tltfl full bint from
hiviiiic the MNpfaniiice of dah-
M.4 nine, eiimiiuitc the iiniicrr or
Fin A C CI rope ornrginir mimi-ln nnd ruhhnc tho
UiOOJILKtO fl(,Nh or (Lc ahuuldcr giving a
graceful line to the entire ui(mt body,
Thy nrp the dnititlrxt and movt wrviccnbh' irrtrnientN fmniri
nftbte ronie In all nmU-nuW uihI ftylrn: C'ro-n Hark, llook
Krt'Tit, Surpli'v, Itiuulian, etc. Dmicd with " WjiIiIiii," the
ruitlcrtt bulling pcniiitlinif wu.shitif w illiont mnuvul.
Ilftve your drl r show you Uu-n Julie DrnMlcrcn, If not toi k
td, we will gtudiy tend linn, prtpunl, ha in pk-s to show you.
DKNJAM1N At JOIINKS, 51 Wnrren Street, Newark. N. J.