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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAR. 8,1916.
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and then decide for yourself, by coming to the Chicago Store and investigating these specials,
I have made for tomorrow's selling. You khow me by this time, and you know that what I
say is law and gospel, and comes right from the bottom of my heart. I don't want you to come
to the Chicago Store and go away and say you were dissapointed. I am here to satisfy you,
and when I put a price in this paper; I give it to you, as plaia and distinct as printers'
ink can possibly do it. And my conscience is perfectly clear, after your evening paper reaches
your home, regardless of whether I am giving goods away at ridicolus prices. I am only obeying
orders, and Selling goods at REAL SALE PRICES.
I SAY-WHAT'S THE USE
of advertising, and telling the
public, you are cutting prices, S
unless you can deliver the goods
and stand back of vour adver
NO BEATING AROUND
the bush with me. All clerks
are instructed to sell goods as I
advertise them; ask any of them
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V That SL; . who
BUNGALOW APRONS T , Vw' Makes (f C0RSET SFECIAL
-For Tomorrow again I will 11 Wild f HKk JUtlHW I odd Lot of Corsets sold up to as
t J give you 59c and 65c Bunga- II L I i I J
I I low Aprons at I I V i l-S i V ffl"cl1 as $ palr I j
o9c each . c r CCAMAM n. now ooc
VS. jg AT THE CHICAol MORE
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12ty2C Light Percales, now yard 9c
18c Flannelette, now yard 13c
15c Pillow Slips, now 11c
15c Curtain Scrim, yard 9c
35c Turkish Bath Towels 25c
$1.00 Mercerized Table Linen 49c
15c Brown Linen Crash, yard 9c
95c Quilted Table Padding, yard 79c
LADIES' NEW SPRING I LADIES' NEW SPRING
For tomorrow I have a treat for you, as long as
tliis supply of Ginghams last. It will go at Dc the
yard; only 10 yards to a customer; on sale at 9 a.
m. I don't expect it to last long, so you better
come early; this is the 10c quality.
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SUITS WORTH UP TO
If you intend buying that
new Spring Suit, you should
get in while the assortment
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LADIES' NEW SPRING
SUITS WORTH TO $22.50
These are ..all ..slassy new
Spring Suits, and worth
your time to investigate;
don't put it off.
HATS WORTH $4.00 TO
All new Spring styles, come
while the assortment is at
its best, they are nobby
and neat styles.
LADIES' NEW SPRING
HATS WORTH $5 to
Plenty of neat styles to
choose from don't over
look the Millinery Department.
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Now then do you want any Cretonne? For tomorrow
only I will sell the 10c Cretonne at 6 l-2c the yard, so
as to give every customer a share in this CTetonne
I wiil limit the sales to only 7 yards to a customer;
on sale at 9 a. m. tomorrow be on hand and get your
LADIES' CREAM V
$6 at m i i
1 11 Fourteen of 'em, sold at $15 f J
to $25; sizes 34, 18, 36 and
38, short jackets, fairly wide
skirts, very near up to date;
Dress Goods Department
60c Crepes, all colors, yard 39c
25c Silk Moll, now yard 19c
35c Shepherd Check, yard 18c
60c Black and White Check Serge 39c
75c Roman Stripe Corded Silk, yard 49c
$1.25 Black and Brown Suiting, yard 69c
45c Black and White Vasting, yard 29c
39c Scotch Plaids, yard 25c
DRESSES WORTH $1.25
TO $1.50 AT
WORTH UP TO $15.00 GO
AT, THE SUIT
Cheaper than you can make
them; Just the thing to
jump into in the morning.
MEN'S CALF SHOE
WORTH TO $1.00 GO AT,
Come tomorrow and get fit
in a pair of these calf shoes
and be glad you did it.
Your size, bank $7.50 in
one of these Suits, and save
yourself some money; now
is the time.
WORTH UP TO $18.00
AND $20.00 AT
Hitch a ten spot to one of
these suits; plenty of sizes,
and very nobby patterns.
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Ladies' Furnishings Dept.
65c Children's Sleeping Garments 39c
$1.25 Ladies' Union Suits now 75c
35c and 50c Ladies' Knit Underwear ... 23c
35c Children's Sleeping Garments 19c
$1.25 Ladies' Flannel Gowns now 69c
85c Ladies' Flannel Gowns 48c
25c Infants' Cashmere Hose 15c
Tliis is a lot of remnants in lengths of from one yard
to i 1-2 yards, such as 2 1- 2, 2, 3, and so on. Comes
in SolseUe Pique, Pei calcs, Ginghams, Outing Flannel,
Curtain Net, Swiss, Voile, poplin, Lawns, cretonne,
etc. to remnants in all, none were marked at less
than 15c and up to 80c the remnant, choice, 0c the
E. G. Seaman, Representing Lewis Bros. & Co. of Minneapolis and Spokane in Full Charge
Protect yourself from the rain. Colds are danger
ous and easily caught v, hen you are out in the rain.
Our rainy day wearables will protect you, and their
prices will please you.
Keep Your Feet Dry
in a pair of "real" shoes from our large stock of the
best in footwear.
The House That Guarantees Every Purchase
Grants Paroles Tot
List of 10 Convicts
Fnrolos iverc grunted to tlio follow
ing inmates of the iirniteutinry by Gov
ernor Withycombe yesterday, upon the
recommendation of tlio (in role board:
T. F. Nugent, received from I.uni)
county in October, 11113, for lniceuy iu
Frank Siseo, received from 1'inntlllu
tatives of Oregon and four state repre
sentatives to be appointed by him.
Oregon Stave Bankers' association.
One delegate from each of the follow
ing I'ortlaud daily newspapers:
BTJENA VISTA CLUB ORGANIZED
The organization of the Bueua Vist.i
Commercial club will bo attended on
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countv in February, 11)15, lor larceny: 6 ' ""b""""
from "the person. el'ibs of Dallns and Independenco,
William Moriartv. received from rol-;"11"1 the new institution will start ini
iimbia county in 'February, It) lit, for ! "'ediately upuu its work of assisting
larceny of horses. "l t"e general development oi th-.
Stella Williams, received from I'ma- i W'illainetto valley, and especially thii.i.
tilla county in March, ltil.r., for )ar-! r!,lt i' 't of which Huenn Vista is tlio
iv in a dwelling house. i,''ter. At a preliminury meeting
(.'alvin R. Worrall, received from Til-last ",,,k t,ll) sponsors for the new
lamook county in -March, 11)15, for nt-;,:ll'l) elected perniaucnt officers in iho
tempt child stenliug. I person ol (leorgo Wells, president;
K)bcn J. Whitman, received from
Lane county in .March, 11)11, for at-
; lempt assault.
1 ' nil K. 1). Evans, received
, .Multnomah county in January,
i for attempt burglary.
Dave Witmer, received from Vmntil
j la county iu .March, lit Iii, for attempt
! to commit larceny.
j .Monard Fix, received from
county in November, 11(11, for
j of cows and steers,
j Oeorge Wynn, received from
county in October, UMI, tor
with invent to kill.
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Polk County People
Want Much Road York
At the March meeting of the Toll;
county court, adjourned on Friday,
several districts iu widely separated
parts of the county nsked the court
to pursue road development and con
struction work or to assist the dis
tricts in paying for the work that is
needed to maki; the ruiids fit for travel.
Tlio residents of the Mistletoe dis
Irict, south of Dallas, presented a
petition signed by practically all the
property owners there, in addition to
a large number of Dallas business
men, asking the court to appropriate
an amount equal to that guaranteed
by the petition for the purpose of
grading and graveling the Samuel's
hill. This hill has long been an ob
struction to raffic, ti ml the progres
sive fanners of the community wish
to have it done away with. Their
petition represented u. large amount
of money and labor that will be do
nated for the work at hand if the
court will contribute a like amount.
The commissioners are to investigate
conditions at once, and it is probable
that they will report favorably upon
Farmers from tin flrainl Ttondo
neighborhood presented a, petition ask
ing for the appropriation of an
amount of money eipial to the irlntl
to be expended in the improvement
of highways now practically impass
able. The court will investigate. We-t
Salem was represented bv a petition
pledging more than $'100 for roadwork,
j subject to a. like appropriation from
the court. The road work iu this dis
trict i'S sorely needed by the residents
! n ii i if possible their reipiest for aid
! will be granted. A large delegation
'from the Onkdale district waited up
jon the court with a reipiest that it au
thorize, improvement nn the roads of
that section. The Oakdale district is
hampered in many ways at present.
The pnstot tice di pni t incut w ill not put
the residents there on n rural mail
route because of the condition of the
roads, and it is with this, among oth
er things, in mind that the drstiicf is
anxious to have the county do in
road work. During the wet winter
.months it. is extremely difficult to
travel to and from the Oakdale com
munity, ii ii t this presents a hardship
to the people there which they run
ill afford to bear.- Dallas Observer.
J he iiev. .Mr. Wall, vice iuesidenl :
and W. S. McClnin, secretary. On
Friday evening the club will meet ti
perfect the organization and to con
sider by-laws and constitution as wo'l
as to discuss plans for the work of
the club during the first year of it i
existence. From the Dallas ('ominer
eiat club President A. I.. .Martin and
Secretary I'. S. I.oughnry will be dele
gates to the Bucnn Yistu meeting.
Independence will have representa
tives at the meetiuir. There are man
possibilities before the new organiza.-
' linn, accord i a tr to i t m --oimiishi t in 111 i
way of the general development of
the Bueua Yistu, district, as well ei
in the way of harmonious co-operation
with the other clubs of the valley
and of the county in bringing aboot
the general development of the en
tire valley. Dallas Observer.
PIMPLY ? WELL, DOS T EE!
People Notice It. Drive Them
Off With Dr. Edwards
A pimply fnce will not embarrass yen
much lonKcr If yon net a park;iK of I'c
Kdwanls' olive Tabids. The skin dioul'l
1'iuin to clear after you have taken tho
luhletH a few ninlits.
(limine tlio Wood, the bowels ami tlio
liver Willi Olivo TnlilotH.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are the sue
rpFSful substitute for calomel there s
never any sickness or pain utter taking
Dr. Edwards' Ollvo Tablets do that
which calomel docs, mxl just as effcctlvn
ly, lint their action In gentle und cafe In
stead of severe and Inltallntf.
No one who taken Olive Tablets la ever
raised with "a dark brown taste." a bad
breath, a dull, listless, "no ood" feellne;,
constliatlon, torpid liver, bad disposition
or pimply lace.
Dr. Kdwards' Olive Tablets are a purely
vegetable compound mixed with olive oil;
you will know them by their ullvo color.
Dr. IMwards spent years aiooiiK pa
tients allli(;ted with liver and bowel coio
plalntn.nnd Olive Tablets ure the Immense
ly elfci tlvo result.
Take one or two nlKbtly for a week.
Fee bow much better you feel and look,
llio and 2T,e per box. All drugKists.
The. Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, O.
ran n n. tB
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
Amendment To State
Constitution To Be
Aim of Conference
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We d Const Lumbermen '.s association
of Oregon ami Washington.
f'eatral Oregon Development league.
; Oregon Agricultural college.
' I'liiversity of Oregon.
Oregon State I'reys association.
1 The governor of the stale of Oregon
land four delegates at large to be ap
pointed by him.
( Tin' president of the senate of Oregon
land four stale senators to be appointed
' by him.
The speaker of the house, of represeii-
yourself witK Comfort a
day.-a ?eek"all timt"
The house of Gracious
Service of Unobtrusive
The home of lie Satisfied
Guest where delicious
Viands with the natural
HOME-LIKE flavor com-
Rooms With privilege of kith $1
or mora tlx dy. Rocmi with
prWtU bath $1.50 moi if dtf
Tho thing thai ipplmodtit