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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALtiM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. MAR. 1, 1916.
NEW YORK DEMOCRATS
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E. G. Seaman, Representing Lewis Bros. &
Co. of Minnapolis and Spokane, in full
Coats $10 value
Dresses $1 value
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST
Advertised February 29, 1916.
llmnson, Mr. A. P.
Kuliite, Mr. Henry.
Clark, Mrs. Ksther.
Dubb, Miss Edith M.
Ilenipsey, Mr. M.
Hageman, Geo. B.
Huye), Miwi L'mes.
Hobart, Mrs. Klvi C.
Hogan, Mr. W. II.
Horner. Mr. Roy.
Also Fatty Arbticklc,
Weber & Fields and
Waists up to
50c Gun Powder Tea, lb. 39c
Puree Tomatoes, can.... 7c
35c Brazil Coffee, lb.... 23c
25c K. C. Baking Powder 19c
15c Quaker Corn Puffs 10c
Krinkle Corn Flakes 7c
Crystal White Soap, bar. . 4c
Naptha Soap, a bar 4c
Matches go at, box . . .
Groceries at Cut Prices.
Crockery at Cut Prices.
Hurley, Mr. Geo.
Jensen, Mr. Edward 0,
Johnson, J. E.
Jones, Mr. J. E.
Keenev, Mr. .. M.
Koch, 'Mr, J. J. E.
Mac Krill, Mrs. X. A
Michelis, Mrs. Rosy.
Miller, Mr. T. W.
Mulholen. Mrs. Lizzie.
Murphev, Mr. George.
Neill, Will T.
Petster. Mr. Rudolph.
Peters, Mr. Fred.
Powell, Mr. Willis.
Richards, Mr. Stephen.
OTiY iSi in "JORDAN
Mack Sennett, Joe Jackson,
Others in a Keystone Comedy
THE CHICAGO STORE WAS CROWDED
TO THE LIMIT. No wonder, think of it,
when did you ever see such values? Every depart
ment is under the knife, and the prices have been
cut and cut deep. Tomorrow will be another Record
Breaker at this Big and Busy Store. Profits and costs
have been thrown to the four winds.
THERE IS NO HELP FOR IT
I am here to sell this stock and I will not let up until
I have accomplished my feat. Costs, Profits or any
thing else cannot stand in my way, when I get orders
sell out a stock of merchandise. You can makeup
your mind I will do it. Join the crowds tomorrow
Be convinced. All goods marked in plain figures.
Lot Ladies' Spring Hats to I
$4.50 value, now g
I Look at These Values
and i Ladies Flannel
Misses' Middies I Gown 85c Md
50c Men's Work Shirts.. 35c
10c Men's Black Sox .... 5c
15c Men's Tan Sox 9c
75c and $1 Men's Gowns 48c
$1 Men's Dress Shirts.. 69c
50c Men's Underwear . . 39c
50c Men's Suspenders.. 25c
75c Boys' Knickerbockers
$3.50 and $4.00 Men's Hats
$1.25 and 1.50 Dress Shirts
25c and 35c Boys' Overalls
SaKhcnfoig, Mr, L.
Schroder, Miss A. M. (2)
Saiccrmoi ri, Mr. Jincorue.
Sherman, Mr. J. B.
Sherwood, Mrs. Addle. (2)
Sloat, Mr. C. A.
Stevens, Miss Helen K.
Tooze, Miss E.
Trarv, Mr. George W.
Trent, Mr. John.
Williamson, Mis Ada.
422 N. Lihrty St.
Lot Ladies' Spring Hats
$b.00 value, now
Suits SI value
Piece Goods etc.
$1 Table Linen, yard... 49c
10c Dress Ginghams, yd. 6c
75c Wool Serge, yard . . 48c
65c Crepe, now yard ... 39c
35c Shepherd Check, yd. 18c
45c Bungalow Aprons.. 25c
$1 Muslin Combinations 45c
50c and 75c Ladies' Lisle
25c Infants' Silk Hose. . 15c
25c Ladies' Lisle Hose.. 15c
Date of Debate Between
Rival High Schools Changed
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Jefferson, Ore., Feb. 20. The debate
between tho Jefferson, Ore., high
school, winners of the North Willamette
district, has been changed bwauiw each
school has filed a protest ugainn Him
other. The ground of both protests is
that thoir respective debates were
heard by representatives, of the other
school. Another factor which led to
Suits to $15 now
Suits to $20 value
Suits to $25 value
to $10 value now
to $15 value now
to $20 value now
regular $3 value
to $4 value pair
Men's Soft Hats
$2.50 to $3.00
tho change is the inability of tho As
toriu team to reach North Bend.
The Oregon Debating league council
met in Salem und decided on the, fol
lowing schedule: Astoria will meet
Jefferson; Albanv will meet North
Bend. Tho debut es will bo held on
March 11 or 1M.
SWIPED THE JAIL
Homewood, Ph., March 1. Homebody
stcd the local pail. Cal Kckman, con
stable, thinks its serving an chicken
Syracuse, N. Y., March 1.
Declaring that President .Wil
son hus "asserted our rights
and prcsedved the dignity of the
country," the platform before
the stnte democratic convention
here today recommends Ms re
nomiiintioii. Before adjourn
ment, leaders expect the conven
tion to endorse the president 's
stand on preparedness us well as
his Mexican and European poli
cies. Four delegates at large
to the St. Louis national con
vention will probably go un
pledged, hut as pro-Wilson men.
jc j( fc 3C ifc jjt sfc c 3$!
Increasing List of
Candidates Hear Call
to Party's Standard
Among- the candidates who filed to
John I). Mickle, of I'ortlnnd, candi
date for nomination by the republican
party for the office of dairy and food
Arthur V. Spencer, of Portland, can
didate of the republican party for the
office of delegate to the national re
Frank S. (inint, of Portland, candi
date for nomination by the republican
party for the office of judge of the
circuit court. Fourth judicial district,
department No. 5.
IE. 11. DeArmond, of Bend, candidal'
for nomination by the republican party
for the office of district attorney for
,T. T. Adkisson, of The Dulles, candi
date for nomination by the republican
party for the office of representative
in the legislative assembly, Twenty
ninth representative district, compris
ing Hood River and Wasco counties.
lay ('. Clarkwf Arlington, candidate
for nomination by the republican party
for the office of representative in the
legislative assembly, Twenty-eighth rep
resentative district, comprising Gilliam,
Sherman and Wheeler counties.
(). C. Gibbs, of Lakeviow, cadidate
for omiatio by tho democratic party for
(he office of district attorney fur Lake
0. W. Eastman, of Oregon City, can
didate for nomination by the republican
party for the office of district attorney
for Clackamas county.
Think They Have Caught
Los Angeles Auto Bandits
Los Aneelcs, Cal., Jfar. 1. With Hi
bandit suspects jailed, polico today be
lieved they had caught the men and wo
men responsible for minv recent crimes
here, including the Culver City bank
robberv ami tho murder of Captain
Three women were caught in the
"dragnet." Mrs. Kvn Douglas, alias
Mrs. IJ. K. Renwick, is alleged to have
been the directing genius of men en
gaged in automobile holdups. She h is
relatives in Kcno, iVevndn, tiie police
claim. R. K. Renwick, one of tho men
under arrest with her, is known to of
ficers of Portland, Oregon.
One suspect has been partially iden
tified as the Culver City bandit, anil
two are believed to be implicated in
the killing of llendrickson.
(Capital Journal Special Service.')
Silvcrton, Ore., March 1 P. L. Black
erby, of Salem, spent a few days with
this homo folks in this city this week.
F. E. Cnllb.tor was among the I'ort
lnnd callers the last of the ck.
Aliss Esther Hiuos entertained her
friend, Miss Foster, u tho O. A. C,
between trains Friday.
Miss Elsie Mineral presided at n din
ner last Sunday given in honor of her
parents' thirty-fifth wedding- annivers
ary. Another daughter from Portland.
Mrs. James Maker, was present nnil n
very enjoyable day was passed.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Drown entertain
ed at a dinner in honor of tho telephone
employes at their pleasant home Inst
Tuesday evening. These dinners are an
annual affair and a most enjoyable time
is the result.
A farewell surprise party was given
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Itent-sin by the
members of the Lutheran Sym 1 church
on Thursday evening of last week.
These estimable people have neon ac
tive members of tho church a d it is
much regretted by their frien Is that
they have decided to make) llo'ir 1 ic
in Montana. A fine program was rend
ered and n bounteous supper served.
A merry bunch of youngsters met at
the Christian church Friday night lor
one of their cla.-s parties, this one be
ing the intermediate boys and girls of
Miss Tallman's anil Mr. Webb's classes.
To say they had a good time is not do
ing it justice for they think it the best
time ever. The not to be forgotten eats
and games of various TdmTs rounded
out one of the happiest of evenings.
Chief of Police Yates has been grant
ed a 30 day vacation by the council at
their last meeting. Part of tho time
will be spent at Boulder, Colo., where
he hai mining interests.
The fortieth wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Ottowny was pleas
antly cclobrnted at their home three
miles vest of town on Sunday, Feb
ruary 20. Tbeso worthy people have
lived in this vicinity since) 1 S91 and
those who enjoyed the, hospitality of
this home on the huppy occasion were
indeed royally entertained. A delicious
dinner prepared nnd served by the hos
tess was given full justice and with
A HARD 10AD"
all cut of -shape and rip the
If so, you are wearing the
wrong collar get one of
our "Triangle" Collars with
room for your tie to slip.
They come in quarter sizes
and in between 30 and 40
styles to select from.
15c or 2 for 25c.
167 Commercial St.
games and music the day was one to be
Mrs. Hubert Dowu spent several days
nt the homo of her parents, Mr. ud
Mrs. J. M. Brown, this week.
Mrs. O. Smith, who has spent the
winter in eastern Oregon and Washing
ton, returned home last week.
Frances and Bertha Bronkey came
from Mt. Angel Saturday for an ovr
Sunday visit with their brother, Alee,
Miss Esther Hines has engaged Mrss
ruga Moe us bond trimmer in her ni'l
linery parlors this season.
1). C. Kerr, who has been in the south
ern part of the state in the interest
of the Fischers Flouring Mill company
returned homo Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Reynolds and baby
of MoIuIIh, were over Sunday guests
at the home of Mrs. Reynolds' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Sherlock, of Hk.-i
Bums Boinriclc nnd Cleve Linscott
motored up to Albany and back Tues
day afternoon. .
Miss Vivian Browne was hostess at a
party given by her friends Tuesday, in
honor of her fourteenth birthday. A
fine dinner was served and most enjoy
able time repoited.
Miss Alma Dahlen and Mrs. Earl R i
ble camo down from the Silvcrton log
ging camp last Sunday und were calling
on friends in tho city.
Tho I. Miller family entertained n.
few friend nt thoir homo northwest,
of tow n last Sunday. They were M .
and Mrs. Tho. Skaife and son Clair:
Mr. and Mrs. Will Xoal and Miss So
Mr. and Mrs. ,T. A. Fuller were Sun
day guests at the (I. W. Loomis home.
Rev. A. O. White accompanied by his
wife and son, Herman, spent Monday at
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Dodgers enter
tained the former's brother, J. D., and
wife, of Woodburn, for the week end.
C. W. Rogers and mother, also Mis.
Arthur Williams, and Mrs. Marquam.
enjoyed a motor trip to Salem last Sun
day. Mrs. C. Ncgstad of Portland, is spend
ing the week with her sister, Mrs. Ld
Johnson, on North Water street.
T. C. Vanderpool left for his hoinfl
nt Maupin, eastern Oregon, on Mon
day morning after nn extended visit
with friends in this city.
.Mrs. J. E, Lytic came down from tbe
Silverton logging camp the first of the
week to visit her daughter, Mrs. E. '.
T. E, Preston hus been very busy this
week wiring tho hnnres on east hill.
There are H families that are rejoicii g
over the prospects of electric lights by
the first of tho week.
Fruak Syring, who has lived in tin.
Ausnius house on Fisk street the last,
four years, lias moved his family Ui
First, street in one of tho Porter cot
tages. Mrs. Elizabeth Downs returned to her
home in Portland Tuesday after a pleas
ant week spent with Silverton friend-;.
Waller Fry was at Aurora the first,
of the neck on business connected with
the Imp industry.
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