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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1916)
The Days Have Been Dark and Stormy, But
IS MAIN ISSUE AT
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, MAR. 7, 1916.
It don't make any difference at the Chicago Store's Great Hurry Out Sale. Every morning
people are standing on the outside, waiting for the doors to swing open. And no wonder,
think; yes, stop and consider, what a saving there is for you. Never in the history of
Salem has a sale attracted so much attention, and its all because the goods are sold as
advertised, and one price to all. No matter what your thoughts may be, come to the Chicago Store and inves
tigate, and see with your own eves. 1 am here to sell this stock, and I intend to sell it by dealing fair and square
with every customer. If you purchase ss not satisfing, talk with me about it. E. G. Seaman
Here Are Prices That Speak and Quality That Counts
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Ladies' and Misses' Coats, Sold Up
to as much as $16.90
Eleven only In this lot, sizes 16, 18, 3G and 38.
This is a special lot of Coats I have picked
out; these Coats are all very good styles and
some of them sold at on e time for $16.90. I
have marked them at $2.49, on sale at 9 a. m.
Men's and Boys' Furnishings
50c Men's Leather Work $1.25 MeVs Derby Ribbed
Union Suits, now marked
S1.00 Men's Wool Mixture
Sweater Coats, gray only, I 25c Boys' Colored Shirts
25c Boys' Fleeced Lined
Underwear, the garment
are now marked at
Lot of 15c Linen Collars
are now marked at
25c Men's Leather Work I 75c Boys' Pants are now
Gloves, now, pair ft marked at, pair
Ladies' Spring Coats
Worth to $10.00
Positively nevr Spring styles.
These coats are a great value.
Ask to see them. .
Boys' Dress Shoes
Worth to $2.00 Pair
Don't overlook the boys during
this sale. Save money on these
Ladies' Spring Hats 1
All new Spring Styles; nifty
and up to the minute. Get your
Easter hat now.
Men's Work Pants
Worth to $2.35
Here is a good pr.nts value,
men, and you should not over
look these pants.
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I I A. B. Naptha Tj.?,
if I Soap, 3c a bar.
Limit, 3 bars. AW
Women's Black Voil Skirts, worth
There is only 6 of these Voil Skirts, and real
ly they are worth more money, but it is all
there is of this kind, so I have marked the-n
to sell at $1.50. I think one of them sold for
$12.50, the rest at $10.50 at one time,
Regular Sanitary Sewers Not
Large Enough to Serve As
ladies', Children's Furnishings
25c Children's White Lace 15c Ladies' Black Cotton
iiuse Are marKea at a nose are marked at. Dair
. T , . , , iuc jjaaies' rancy Hana
25c Infants' Cashmere 8 lrCr ,,,, . ,' ,
, , , f . 1 kerchiefs are now marked
23c Ladies' pibre Silk-ton 1 8.1c and $1.00 Ladies' Flan-
nose iviarKer at, pair a noi uowns are marked at,
15c Misses Cotton Black I 50c aa 75c Mjsseg. Wool
Hose marked at, pair Underwear now, a garment
Ladies' Spring Suits
Worth $12.00 and $15.00
Worth to $3.00, Pair
This Lot consists of Ging
hams, Lawns, Toweling and
Cotton Corduroy and sold
up to as much as 20c the
yard, and as low as 8 l-3c,
but I put it all in one lot
at, a yard
12 l-2c Outing Planner, yard 9C
$1.25 Bed Spreads, full size 98c
95c Bed Sheets, full size .... 69c
15c 42-inch Pillow Slips lie
93c Quilted Table Padding 79c
35c Turkish Bath Towel3.. 25c
10c Dress Ginghams, yard6C
34-in. Lawn, 10c, 12 l-2c
values, yard U
15c Brown Linen Crash..
This lot consists of Edg
ings, Embroideries, inser
tions, etc.; it originally
sold at 12 l-2c, 20c, 25c
and 30c the yard. This Is
a great value, and you
should not overlook this
buy. I have marked it,
your choice at, a yard, only
The $18 and $20 ones go at
$9.90, and the $22.50 and $25.00
at $11.90. All Spring Styles.
Worth to $10.00
The $15 Suits are $7.50; the
$13 and $20 ones go at $10.00.
All Spring stock.
J5ILKS and DRESS
15c Curtain Scrim, yard .... 9C
50c and 65c Genuine Silk OQ.
Pongee, yard 50t
50c Silk Stripe, Fancy or
Silks, the yard OJt
$1.25 Black and Brown TQ-
Fancy Suitings, a yard O
25c Silk Mull, all the 1 Q
wanted colors, yard
35c Shepherd Check Dress 10.
Goods, the yard 0
75c Wool Serge Dress AO
Goods, the yard
The $4.00 ones go at $2.45 pair,
and the $1.50 Comfy Slippers go
at 75c the pair.
Men's Work Shoe's
Regular $3.50; Pair
The $4.00 Men's
are going at, the
Look them over.
Here is a Towel value that
will create some hurry up
buying 34 inch huck
Towels, a regular 10c to
12 1 2c seller, for tomorrow
only, limit 6 to a customer,
t 35c Pail Syrup at V 1
E. G. Seaman Representing Lewis Bros. & Company
of Minneopolis and Spokane, Now in Full Charge, and
Makes the Prices.
'. I P(as- at 1 1
Tue drainage in("stion, si'wors nul
Hoods added a ilah of nrf unicii t at flip
rt'tiulni- session of the city i-omuil last
nifjht and it iienr that the best means
of cettiiif; rid of surface water in
the shortest possible time is of par-
moinit interest to a lariie mimlier of
Salem residents just lit ('resent. The
undersized sewers ill several districts
ailed to carry off the surface water ns
they were constructed only as sanitary
sewers and not as storm sewers. It
I lis s.iid that some of them leak at the
juuus iiuu ii'iimi suiuico water Tvnicn
elojrs up the sewer and causes base
ments to be flooded. The matter will
lie investigated by the city engineer.
Five bills for nn ordinance were pre
sented and each was put upon final
passage ""it passed without a contrary
vote. An ordinance was passed rejju
latinn the sliced of nutos iiassinir the
school iroumls to 10 miles per lions and
the street coniiuissinner was instructed'
to erect proper warning si(;ns. This
oriiinnui'e does not apply on Saturdays,
jSmulavs, regular holidays und during
! school vacations.
The mwn shop ordinance was atnend
:ed to include second hand stores, reipiir
jinn a report of goods purchased from
'rejjulnr firms. The license on automatic
'baseball midlines was amended to re
!uire a license of .f.'iO per annum in
stead ol' $75 us formerly. An ordinance
i was also passed authorizing the re
corder to clear the records on lots 1 and
1 2 block 1 in I'uiversitv addition which
; property now belongs tu the. city and
!ngiinst which there is an improvement
jllen for n total of -tTHH.
I To facilitate the service of sidewalk
notices an ordinance was passed allow
ing the posting of notices on the prop
ierty when the owner is absent from the
Jcity for more than Oil davs.
I Elliott Favors Private Contractors.
i When tne resolution came up to con
'struct a sewer between Liberty nn-l
Maple street on Hickory, Council
man Klliott oft'ered an aiiieiiduient to
idvertise for liids in order that private
ontractors might have a chance to
cmpete with the city which his been
doing the wotk in the immediate past
y day labor under the supervision of
i'.' sewer committee. I 'oniicilniaii Hud-
dlesoii was ngainst. the amendment on j
the grounds that il would cause an in-!
Ilux of foreign laborers when Salem
j people could do the work and needed
the employment.. Councilman -Mills sup
'ported Mr. Ilinlilleson .Hid offered as
I his opinion that Salein people could do
I their own work as cheaply as anyone
jcise could do it. The vote on the ainend
i ti i f n t was ngainst Klliott 's proposal I)
The city health-ofl'icer was authoriz
ed to il in w requisitions for supplies for
fiinilies iiinler ipin rnntino and for iiuli
gent families. A petition for n hard
smface pavement on Mill street from
l!Mli to -2nd streets, was referred to
I lie street commit tee and the city en-!
;!ineer. The cmiucif went, on record
as being ready to construct a bridge
over tiie mill race on South Church;
street, whenever the majority of the
properly owners along that street w.int-j
el to improve with hard surface pave-!
So'iie light was thrown on the (In i .1- i
ner & Keene illuminated clink when
Councilni in Mills explained that if thin
city did not furnish the light, the firm1
would do it and the council with one'
accord agreed to let the firm light
i their own clock.
A resolution wis adopted requiring
the companies who repaired their tracks
at railroad crossings to erect a con
crete retaining wall under the edge of
the pavement where it was cut. The
monthly payroll of Street Commissioner
W. S. I.niv was adopted .nut called for a
total of ifs:il,()2. The fire and water
committee1 accepted the bid of A. (I.
I.oag for fire hose at $1 per foot nod
is to say
a pot of
4SeCoffee 45c Quality
March 6, to 11
Save 10c a pound
I'ierco at .'
was piircniised horn
4 cents per foot.
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ARE DANGEROUS !
i 4 $ :1
'Acid'' stoiiinihs are dangerous be-:
ci use in id irritates anil inflames the;
delicate lining of the stomal h, than.
hindering' and preventing the proper I
action (it the stiiin'ii li. liml lellilimr tn i
! prol, u 1 1 1 v ii i Mr 1 1 lit lis of tho cases of
stomach trouble, from which people suf
fer. Ordinary medicine ami medicinal
tri'.'itmenls are useless in such cases for
tiiev leive the source of the trouble,
j the acid in the stomach, as dangerous
as ever. The acid must lie neutrulizeil,
and its formation prevented, and the
liest, thing for this puiPo-e is a tca-
spoonful of bis'iratc'l ningnesii, a siin-l
pie nutneid, taken in a little warm or
'cold water lifter eating, which not only!
I neutralizes the acid, but al'-o prevents j
j the feniientntion from which acid is ilc-j
1 velope.l. Foods which ordinarily ciusei
distress iiiiiv lie eaten with iinpuaitvl .
'if tne meal is followed with a little bis-i
'united magnesia, which can he obtained I
liom liny druggist, and dimild always
l,e kept handy. 1
PROTEST AGAINST RULING
I'oi lliui'l, Or., Mar. 7 A com
mittee of employers planned to
wait upon the State Industrial
Wei I'u re commission this after
noon and enter X vigorous pro
test against the proposed ruling
limiting the working honi
women to -Ci hours a week
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JUST AP1-.L.Y THIS PASTE
AND TilE HAIRS VANISH m
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AUSTRALIAN RECRUITS RIOT
San Pinnc'isco, Mar. 7. Passengers
on the liner Somoiui, in port today, de
clared 0,110(1 Australian recruits, de
mini, ling a six hour dull duy, rioted in
Sydney on Febrniry 14. iininngn es
tiniiited at more tluin tL',IH'0,b(i0 wus
done before the soldiers were dispersed
ami their leaders jailed. One lull ii was
Try Capital Journal Want
(Helps to Heauty.)
A safe, reliable liouu't rent mi' lit for
the quick reinoMil of superfluous linir-i
from jour face or neck is as follows:
.Mix u" stiff pa.do with some water and
powdered delatone, apply to objection
iblo bnirs and after U or minute.t
rub off, wash the skin and tho hairs nr-
I'one. This simple treatment is unfail
ing and no pain or inconvenienco at
tcnils its use, but to avoid disappoint
ment be ceitnin you get genuine delu-
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
Dynamiter In Canada
Gets Life Sentence
Sandwich, Ont., Mar. 7. Cluirlcs Itcs
pn, of Detroit, convicted of dynamiting
the I'eabody Overall fu tory ut Walker
villi' in June, nnd attempting to de
stroy Cnniidiaii troop barracks and arm
ories ut Windsor, was sentenced to bio
The reuboily factory wis manufac
turing khaki Uniterm for Canadian
troops when it wus blown up.
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