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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOUUNAL. SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1916.
Sale Prices Will
I Extra Sp
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Now, making a regular stampede and corraling all mer
chandise at the Chicago Store out upon the counters.
Ripping and tearing the regular prices to very shreds.
The profits have been cast away to the very winds. Its
my only salvation to move this immense stock in a hurry
up time. Like a grindstone, I keep grinding away; grind
ing out the merchandise right and left, and regardless of
what the former prices may have been.
ITS ALL DOOMED TO BE SOLD
All Merchandise at the Chicago Store is doomed to be sold, no matter what the
sacrifice is. It must and will be sold, as sure as" my name is Seaman; I'm getting
desperate, and tomorrow and all next week, what I would do to the Chicago Store
Stock wont be worth mentioning, in the way of cutting prices really it is ashame
to ask the papers to print the prices. I'm not a Geo. Washington, but 1 give you the
prices, and stand back of them, even if they do look unVieveable.
Extra Saturday Special
Ladies' Summer Dresses
WORTH . UP TO $4.50
For Saturday I place on Special Sale
one lot of Ladlos' Summer Dresses,
tliat used to sell up to $1.50 Saturday
25c, while they last.
For Saturday, I place one
lot of Ladies' and Misses
Coats, used to sell at 512.50
and $15.00, very good
styles, sizes 18, S6 and 38,
Saturday, while they last,
$1.50; only 11 in the lot.
Stop! Read! Then Act Quickly
j ff 25c yv
V Dress JJ
$2.0(f and"$2.50 Linen Duster.
25c Boys' Summer Union Suits
$1.25 Men's Muslin Gowns
$1.25 Men's Union Suits
GOc Men's Balbriggan Underwear
$1.00 Men's Dress Shirts .
15c Men's Tan Sox
25c Men's Sox, pair W
95c Quilted Table Padding, yd
35c Turkish Bath Towels
$1 Mercerized Taole Linen, yd
95c full size Sheets
SI. 25 full sile Bed Spreads...
12 l-2c dark and light Percale,
8 l-3c MTiite Outing Flannel, yd
15c Erown Linen Crash, yard. ..
Saturday Special I Saturday Special
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For Men's Suits, worth up to 1 For Men's Suits worth up to
$15.00, Special for Saturday 1 $10.00, Special for Saturday
$6.85. fi 53.85.
regular 3 5 : val.
On SpecisJ Sale all day
Saturday, 8 5c Cotton
Blankets, size 45x70, at,
Ladies' Silk Hose
Extra Special in Ladies'
$1.35 Silk Hose for Satur
day Special, the pair
Wool Serges, up
to $1.65 value
For Saturday, I will sell
Diagonial Wool Serges, and
Satin Finish Prnmeua
Cloth worth to $1.65, all
day Saturday, 19c the yard
Ladies' Hosiery, etc.
35c and 50c Underwear, gar
$1.50 Muslin comb. Suits
25c Ladies' Tan Hose at
85c Flannel Gown at
65c Ladies' Summer Union
15c Ladies' Black Hose at
50c and G5c Ladies' Silk
$1.25 and $1.50 Ladies' Kid
For Saturday I have an
other lot of Ladies' Serge,
and Novelty Suits, used to
sell at $15.00, $18.00 and
$20.00, while they last
Saturday at $1.25; 10 in
30c Bottle Salad Dressing... 20c
15c Jar Sweet or Sauer Pickles
25c Can Ground Horseradish ...
15c Package Currant's at
15c Can Fancy String Beans.,.
20c Can Asparagus Tips
20c Can Peaches at
15c Smoked Sardines
15 oz. K. C. Baking Powder ....
I . $1.25 !
Extra Special Saturday
10c Dress Gingham
18c Linene, Saturday
Special, the yard
$1.25 and $1.50 Wo
men's House Dress
$1.50 Madras Cur
tains, Special, pair
Eemnant Lot o f
Kemnants, worth to
25c, the yard -
$1.00 Eridal Veiling
K 1 k 1
1 49c 1
i the yard f I
Pair, for lot of Ladies'
Patent Dress Shoes, worth to
$4.00 pair, Saturday at $2.45.
Pair, for lot of Ladies' Gun
metal Shoes worth to $3.50 I
pair, Saturday $1.98.
Extra Special Saturday
$9 and $12 Values
To $12.00 Values,
Ladies' New Spring
$12.00 and $15.00 !
Cream Serge Suits,
To $18.00 Value
Worth to $25.00
Opera Capes sold at
one time for $25.00,
Special, all colors,
To $0.50 Values
Ladies' New Spring
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E. G. Seaman, Representing Lewis Bros. & Company in Charge
Prevail on all
Come Early and Avoid the Rush
The House That GUARANTEES Every Purchase
Salem Festival Chorus !
Gave Splendid Concert
Tlic I'tmi'ort given lust eveniui; at tlic ,
opera house liy the Salem Vrctival elinr
us was an enjoyable alfaiv. It wis the
first si nee the soeiety lniit bee-i orgiui
ized by Prof. V. S. .Meiulenlitill uiei 1
demonstrated Hint Snleni singers eiin
sinj; ami enter into the spirit of such '
works as "The Hymn of l'mise" by i
.Mendelssohn, niul "The Crusiuler.s" bv
(i:ole ' J
One naturally enjoys the sinning of n
traineil e!;oniH but the concert, !..'',
t,i(.'lit w 's ilonbly eujonlile I':."!! t,.e
fact thill -no best n Snleni ii re:iv:
senterl ami rn;' to .he fact that. Tr !'.
Mencleuhnll liad his singers well in
"The Hymn of 1'raise" iucbnle scv-1
oral of Mendelssohn 's tiest known com-'
positions. The 'solo nrts wero effec
t i vl y taken by A. A. Schramm who
di 1 such (,'ood work when " Klijali" was
' tfiven about a year a'o. and .Mrs. Myr
tle I. one; Mendenhnll.
"The (,'rusailers" was more dramatic
in general musical effect and there
fore won approval and quick response
from the audience. The solo parts were
i taken by Mrs. Myrtle Long Mendenhnll.
S. Ct. Sargent, 1!. K. .Tunes, A. A.
Schramm and Miss Jiuth Fugate.
I While classical music, does not nrdin
iarily npoonl to the public, in general,
last night may be considered nil ex
ception as not only whs the singers giv
on the closest of attention, but. the au
jdienee showed its appreciation by en
I Mrs. William Burghardt, Jr., is an
i accomplished accompanist. Responding
! closely to the baton of the conductor,
I her w ork on the piano was largely re-
spoiisilde for the desired dramatic '
j fects, nnd for the general effective i
work of the soloists as well as chorus.
Compare Values and Prices That
You Get at This Store
Two dozen fresh Ranch
3 loaves Bread 10c
3 pkgs, Matches ... 10c
2 pkgs. Corn Starch 15c
3 pkgs. Raisins .... 25c
2 cans Sunrise Milk'ISc
3 cans Carnation Milk
1 gal size Peaches . .35c
1 gal. size Apricots 35c
1 gal. iize Pumpkin 25c
1 gal. size Squash. . 25c
3 cans Tomatoes ... 25c
3 cans cut String
2 cans Van Camp
3 cans Sweet Valley
No. 3 A. & L. Pine
2 cans Table Peaches
(Capital .lournal Special Service.)
rriiitland, Or., Mar. 17. Francis
Si-li ill ii k, now .1 resident, of Auuisville, j
and in the lneri'iiutile miisiness there,
reports business brisk any money plen-j
ty. The Sc'nrunlis owned propeiiy here!
at Yeoinan Station and recently ex-j
changed it. for a stock of goods at
Auuisville. The former name of this
thriving village was llogani or lloguni;
as the (dd residents tell. 1'ity to change
tiiis prety n.ime for the modern pro
saic one. I
Friends from the east and from Cor
vallis are visiting at the l.eigler homo.
Clifford Johnson has rented the, ,'el-
'son place nad is having the house re
paired. Tlie property belongs lo the:
liiink of Commerce at Salem. i
Itoad supervisor Kaplinger is doing
some ro.id win Ii west of John V. Smith.
i Kitp is a rusller and u road builder
from wav back. (
Olto lleinlie is shooting stumps at a
great i ale preparatory (o getting some i
new land. j
I Tuesday M. M. Ransom and Mrs. i
It insoin attended the funeral of It. '. i
i Johnson of Sem. Mr. Johnson w as ail
acquaintance of tiie fausnins in Kan-i
, sas. lie was n veteran of the Civil
i war being a member of the. HHh Ohio
1 I ul'ant ry. lie as 71 ye.us of age. !
i Your correspondent well remembers i
'the "War lor ih I'nion.'' lie was 1-C
ye ns old in IS'il and attended two re- j
'cruitiii" ineeliniis. He had older school;
I mates in tin1 Sl-'ml chio and an uncle in
i tin- lii'.'th.
The Fruitland football team has
t r insferrerl oj.eintions to the school !
! house grounds. So tuis highly intellec-j
. 1 1 m 1 and ci ili.ing game can at short;
ranue suitably imprest, die smaller kids. '
It is proposed ia the near future to
unfurl the school district flag if n 1
suitable slaft'ciin be found. Wiicn thisj
is done then peihaps ,i swimming pool
and a skating rink.
TWELVE ACCIDENTS IN COUNTY
REPORTED TO COMMISSION (
.3 cans corn
Twelve accidents were reported to
the State Industrial Accident eoinmis
sion from Marion county for the week
ending March 111, The full list inc bides
('. K. Iternard, St. Paul, injured eye.
creamery; Alviu X. Rnynes, Mill t'ity.
punctured and bruised knee logging;
I'eter Andreff. Mill City, strained
shoulder, -sawmill; Alex Jakt'f, .Mil l
City, mashed foot ami burned legs, sau
mill; Joe I). Kirk, Mill f'ity, bruised
foot, sawmill: S. F. T.ucns, Salem,
siirameil wrist, 'anrmll; I'eter Kim.
Mill City, hips dislocated, sawmill;
I suae. Has. Mehnnin, cut and Ionised
leg, construction; (ieorge V. Sine, Sa
lem, injured eye, tile works; Robert
Struthers, Silverton, n'.ashcil finger,
loguing; Thomas Zielnskon ski, Salem,
bruised wrist, sawmill: I.ynmn Hill.
Clicmnwa. back and head hpiicd, trav
eb'r on highway.
25 oz. K. C. Baking
1 lb. Royal Baking
2 pkgs. Arm & Ham
mer Soda 15c
3 cans good Clams. .25c
3 cans extra good
2 cans Columbia River
3 1-2 lbs. best Head
4 lbs. Japan Rice . . .25c
3 1-2 lbs. white
3 1-2 lbs. pink Beans 25c
1 lb. English Wal
4 lbs. extra choice
dried Peaches . . .25c
25-lb. box extra choice
Nice streaked Bacon,
per pound 20c
8 Extra sugar cured
V) !. , . . 11. -I
jjcittvs, jjcr lu. ... l c
10 lbs. size Graham 30c
10 lb. size Pancake
10 lb. size Cream
10 lb. size Corn Meal 30c
Picnic Hams, per lb. 11c
R. N. Morris
Fair Grounds Uoad
loon, it may lie
drunks become cimm-n'ces-aiy
to tie the
Indigestion. One package
pro ves it 2ocat all druggists.