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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1916.
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f j Small sizes, Men's Suits worth
j up to $15.00, what is left
l of these
Those J1-J1.25 Men's Dress 51
Shirts, what is left of them
I '..f. is. VO Lsa VXssAVOiJi -U. Uk fl now for
$2.95 J SATURDAY 1 Be
j $125 and $1.50 Men's Dress Shirts now for 89c I
50c Boys' and Children's 2-piece Underwear now for 10c
j Men s Dress Pants, worth to $4.50, now $1.95
The Money Saving is simply astonishing. The good
work is going on and we are cutting and slashing
more and more on short lines and sizes. If we
break our necks doing it, we must reduce and clean
up, regardless of consequences or loss.
few Men's AH Wool Swe aters left, worth to $2.50.
A lot of Men's Balhriggan Union Suits, worth to $1.00,
for 45c j
Men's Night Shirts, worth up to $1.50 88c g
A few small size Men's Coats and Vests left, worth up j
! i hi i r.i
A lot cf Men's Dress Shoes, elegant style and value,
regular $4.50, now ..... .; $3.45
ANNOUfMCFfVSFNT Rcard'nS the Free Merchandise, we wish to state there has been a great many items left hanging
m a UPf evidently overlooked by the lucky ones to come in and get them if they can. We need the space.
We are going to put up an extra big lot for Saturday. Also making big inducement for that day's offering, extra specials that are worth your while to come after. So come early as we will have
a big crowd and avoid the rush. It makes it better for you and us. You may go home with a brand new suit of clothes free or a Pant, Hat, Shoes, Etc It will all be here and plenty of it. Ask for
Men's Imit.il ion Pnnirpo Snfr Hi-m.,, cu: ....
1 L2a 88c
i Here is a lot of Men's Suits, made up of all styles and
pmcs, worm up 10 szu.UU 8in
I SVnM of. Mn'8 Suits is made UP of $15.00, $20.00 and
j 525.00 Stein Blochs, L System and Schloss Bros., $9.65
n fii ifw pw if wfin
10c Men's White Handkerchiefs,
10c Black and Tan Hose,
GL W. Johnson & Co.
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A few Flannel and Corduroy Shirts left, worth up
to $3.00 98c
This lot of Men's Suits consists of the best styles, in
plain and fancy materials; value up to $25.00. . .$12.50 gj
Any Overcoat in the store selling up to $16.50
Ah ii delightful iittonlion to Miss KJ-
m Jombo, a iopuliii' hriili'-i'li'ct, Mrs.
Jfoy MillH prcsidi'il over an utliai'tive
iiU'hci)ii today. Covprs woro plucod
for oiphtceu. l.mii'iipon was followed
by an afternoon over the luidiio tublea.
Tim next inforninl d.ince at tho Klk
fhib house fur tho members and their
friends will bo j-iven tonight. The af
fair is being eagerly autieiiiated and
rard tables will bo arranged lor the
Miss Hazel Krixnn returned Wednes
1y evonin from a foitninht's isit In
At tho opening reception of tho new
Franio Shop and (lil'tery tonight Miss
Maraier Flower, whoso iiarm anil
weet voice 1ms won her much admira
tion will Rive u reading. At her con
vert in H'oiest drove recently Miss
Jr lower incluiled a reailinu, "Tho Dance
o. tho Klowers 1 in her programme, nd
nllhoii(,'h this wis her first, effort in
this branch of enter'"1"' she received
"flattering npbiuse, rod her friends say
'nor work gives much future promise.
rt uri' ' t ti 1a ifcM ri.! ig md m .wfti 4 m ii . ii mm
for they prevent head-
II aches, wrinkles, squint-
li ing and frowning. They
li preserve the vision and
rt ... j ii ai mo noine or Mr. M. (. 1'
ri appearance of youth H Ly, About twent.vtwo n.embers
II ramer man indicate age.
I i Our examinations are
f, exact and thorough in
f I every detail. If glasses
are not needed we so ad
203-9 Hubbard Bldg.
Mr. and Airs. John Puliuis have mov
ed and me domiciled at l-J7" K street.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Merwin will
visit in Portland Saturday.
Mrs. Kdw.ird (I. Smith recently enter
tained the Miiiinetinlui t'amp Fire (iirls
and their guardian, Mrs. J. Jlnbuis, at
a jolly picnic supper.
Tuesday evening Mrs. W. I). Smith
entertained the members of the Marion
Lawrence. Itible Class of the First
Methodist church at her home on Cen
ter street. The rooms were attractive
with spring flowers ami greens. Dur
ing tho evening a programme was
llainty refreshment: were served by
Mrs. Smith's daughters, the Misses
Klva and tlrace Smith ami Mi.ss Fran
Those present were: Mrs. II. A. Da
vis, Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Smith, Hr. K.
W. Walton, Miss Mao Hopkins, Miss
Frances Saloman, Mr. and Mrs. T. Shel
ly, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Chrk, .Mr. and
Mrs. It. V.. Carrier, Mr. and Mrs. K. J.
Swatford, Mr. ami Mrs. K. V. Itider.
Mr. and Mrs. J, T. I'enn, Mrs. I,. K.
Freeman, Mrs. (ieo. W, Walton. Mrs .
Sidomnn, Mrs. F. Von Ks.hen, Mrs.
Flinboth Merrill, Mr. nml Mrs. Ceorge
Hatch, Mrs. A. K. Ogg, Mr. and Mrs.
W. 1.. 1'iitmning, Miss Alice llntcli,
Mrs. F. Canti'ld, Miss tirace Smith,
Mrs. Ida I.. McCoy, Miss Knnni Corne
lius. Miss Kha M. Sith, Mrs. Helen
Snuthwiek, Mrs. llallie I'nlterson, 11. T.
Kuniler, V. (1. Hover, Miss F.niimi Hod
gers, l'aul li. Smith, Mrs. May llarton,
Mr. ami Mrs, Theodore lleisler.
An exceptionally de:ising St. Fat
rick's musical programme will be given
tonight at St. Joseph's hall.
Mr. nml Mrs. Frank W. Spencer re
turned Thursday from Uoseburg where
they were guests of the later' rein
lives. Wednesday afternoon the Naomi Cir
cle of tho Methodist I.ndic Aid society
met at tho home of Mrs. M. C, Find-'
I the aid were present and several addi- j
iiuiiHi goesm inciuiiing: ,ir. if. ..
Avison, Mrs. llarton lad Mrs. Found.
A brief business session wis followed
by an enjoyable social afternoon uiul
Mr, and Mrs. Hen I.ing are spending
the week end in Portland u the guests
of Dr. and Mrs. L. Jones.
To Cure a Cold in Ona Day
Take LAXATIVE IlltOMO QFININE
Tablets. Druggist refund money if it
fail to cure. E. W. tiUOVE'S ligna
turn ia on each box. 2.1c.
If U. canter aoaa not gtT
errlca notify Ui officii
Dead Man's Hill Corpse
Covered Is Rightly Named
(Continued From Page One.)
C. J. Bruce, of Monmouth, is in the
Mrs. J. T. Kondeau, of Oervais, is in
J. W. Urovo was in the city yesterday
Mrs. M. stiff, of Albany, was in Sa
Miss Margaret Morris, of Springfield,
is in the city.
II. A. Korf, of Springfield, Ore., was
in the city yesterday.
Fred S, Lamport was in Woodhurn
yesterday on legal business.
F. W. Spencer and wife returned yes
terday from a visit of several days at
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Lynn, of Ferry
dale, t)re, were registered vesterdiiv
at the Bligh.
H W. Meyers, who has been at Hot
Lake for the past week, is expected
Nov, and Mrs. J. T. Moore, of Spring
field, are in the city. Mr. Moore is
pastor of the Methodist church at that
T. D. Trick, a farmer from the Rose
dnle district, is in the city on business.
He reports favorable renditions In V. is
Measure your windows for scrliiig,
oiles and lace nets. This week we of
fer them to you for about one hnlf the
regular price. Iluren Ji Hamilton.
Dfan Ooorga II. Aldon, of the univer
sity, will leave Saturday for Seattle to
represent Willamette at the inaugura
tion ceremonies of President Suznlo of
the I'niversity of Washington. He ex
pects to be away about a week, as the
Lister vacations begin next .Monday.
School work will be resumed in the uni
versitv, Tuesday, March 2 ft.
The Sonora Talking Machine waa de
dared the best by the judge At San
Francisco exposition. Hear it. Mvrtle
Know-land, -121 Court.
The prohibition oratorical contest
was held yesterday afternoon nt the1
university and Herbert Ulatehford of I
Albany waa declared the winner. This I
will entitle him to enter the annual
state oratorical contest this soring The
judges were Dean (lenrtfo It. Alden.
Florian Von Kschen and Kobert K. I
Hear the free lecture this evening at
the armory nt S:(I0 o'clock and leara
something of truth, promise and its fill-'
fillment a the Hible has alwnvs taught.
Mr. t hus. I. ohrenstcin, l"s. I)., is
authorized to speik on the subject of
Christian Science, being a Member of
the Hoard of Lectureship, of The Moth
er Church, The First Church of Christ.
Scientist in Hoston, Mass, A cordial1
invitation is extended to the public, j
Never before has there been at much
fruit stacked up in front of a man'!
store as will be stacked ill flout of the
Koth (.Irocery Co, store.
attempted to scale the heights of Fort
Long before they could reach the
crest of the .100 foot slope i storm of
shells ploughed through their ranks
from cannon fired at close range. They
were mowed clown by the score. In
dications were that the slaughter of
Hrandenburgers would be the equal of
that which occurred ten days ago.
Herliu told of repulsing two French
attacks against positions on Deul
Man's hill. In the first the French ran
forward steadily in spite of a mathe
matical fire which killed or mangled
men nt every step. Only a few survived
the .terrific fire and reiehed the der
maii parapets. When they got there so
few were left that they could do noth
ing but jump into the enemy trenches
A second attack launched along the
path of tho first was even more dis
astrous, liorlin said. German guns
shattered the French r.uikh before the
charge gained any momentum, leaving
only a few wounded to crawl back to
French Assault Repulsed.
Berlin, Mar. 17. Repulse of two
French attacks against Dead Man's
j hill wis officially announced today.
I The first assault reached German lines,
ibut the survivors surrendered when
they reached the barbed wire entangle
j m cuts. Artillery halted the second
at Sofia. A number of arrests have
Constantinople, Mar. 17. British de
feated attempting to relieve General
Townshend's beleaguered garison in j
Kut-el-Amara a week ago have been j
forced to begin a general retreat, it
was ol'ficailly announced today.
COURT HOUSE NEWS I
Bulgarians May Revolt.
London, Mar. 17. A revolt is im
minent in Bnlgnria, according to spe
cial disp itches received here today
from Koine. Both the soldiers and the
populace are sail to bo restless.
Bombs Unaer Palace.
T.onlon. Mar. 17. Rome dispatches
today declared several bombs have been
found under the Bulgarian royal p.ilacc
Women's and Misses' Middie Blouses, 1-2 inch stripe,
pink, blue, rose, also in plain white with striped
Women's Silk Waists
Crepe de Chine, Taffeta and Japanese Silk Waists,
convertible collars, colors white, flesh, navy and
black. Special $1 95
The case of Robert Ifornbeck against
,T. V. Smith was on for a hearing in
Judge Galloway's court today on a cross
bill in equity. This suit involves a land
contract and thcTO is a suit now pend
in department No. 1 of the circuit court.
Attorney Grant Corby h appearing for
the plaintiff nnd Mcmtry & McNury
are appearing for tho defendant.
Judge Bushey today appointed K. N.
Gillinghnin administrator of the estate
of Minnie A. McCauley, who died in
this county March Id leaving real and
personnl property to the value of !t.tHI0
The heirs arc -Newtoniu H. Gillinghnm.
a daughter, residing in Salem; Alice A.
Tarke. a daughter, residing in Seeley
Oil.; Marian Cullep, residing in Salem.
Homer Smith, Clarence Byrd and Clyde
F.. Johnson were named as appraisers.
The estate of Jen Mortcnseu, who
died in this county February It. Hill,
leaving property to the value of !sil()0,
was admitted to pro.iate today by an
order of Judge Bushey. S. C. Cochran
was named as administrator and John
reterunn, linns Nelson and Anna M.
Cochran were named as appraisers.
Jersey Cattle Club
The Oregon Jersey Cattle club met
yesterday mid elected Harry West, of
Scappoos-c, delegate to the convention
of the American Jersey Cattlo club to
meet in New York City next May. ""It
is also expected that Congressman C.
N. McArthur, of Independence, will at
tend the session.
Flans for the Jersey cattle show at
tho coining st.ite fair were also dis
cussed, when tho annual meeting is
Among those attending wore Harry
West, Scappoose; Frank Laughary,
Monmouth ; Guy Hewitt, Monmouth;
John Plainer, Monmouth; Frank Lynn,
I'eriydale; J. M. Dickson, Shedds; C.
C. Dickson, Shedd; Kobert Hurkharf.
Albany; W. K. Taylor. Corvallis; W.
O. Morrow, Rickreail; Spence Hicknell,
Portl.ind; E. A. Rhotcn, Salem.
Robert Burkhait, of Albany, is presi
dent, of the association; Waneu Gray,
of Jefferson, vice president, and Frank
Laughary, of Monmouth, secretary and
Clocks Repaired StTSa
Also a Nice Line ols
Jewelry. V ?
KARL NETJGEBAtTER X
- Masonic Temple
Messaline and Taffeta Silk Petticoats, good range of
colors, pleated and plain flounce styles. Special JjJ2.48
U. G. SHIPLEY CO.
County School Superintendent W. M.
Smith went to Hayesvillo today to at
tend a l'arent-Teachers' meeting to be
held at the Hnrcsvillo school house thi-.i
eveningjsj hen a program will be given
and Superintendent Smith will appear
! as one of tho speakers.
j BELL PRESIDENT OF
j RETAIL ASSOCIATION
With the resignation of J. L. Stock
ton, of Salem, as president of the Ore
gon Ket.iil Merchants' association, W,
A. Bell, of F.ngene, succeeds to the pres
idency of the association. Mr. Bell is
'engaged in the grocery business here.
Mr. Bell was appointed first vice
president of too association during the
first part of March, following the res
ignation of W. M. Green, of this city,
who has gone out of business. Mr. Bell
will be called upon to preside ut the
state convention of the merchants at
. Astoria during the latter part of the
present mouth. '
Mr. Stockton, who has just resinned
as president, has been piito ill for a
number of week ami it is probably on
account of his health that ho relin-
: ipiishes the office. Kugeiie Register.
Men msv have to wear pale hats on
account of the scarcity of dve. Hut
what's the difference A real man
never s.ivs dvo. ,
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ist of twenty-five years experi
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