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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916.
"Salem's Style Store"
LONDON HAS AR SCAIIE
An Immense Assortment of
filjl and bunts
You will find here just the Coat or Suit you want for
Spring and Summer All of the most popular models in
the wanted fabrics ' colorings and patterns are to be
found in this collection.
Watch our window display. Prices are very moderate.
A Splendid Line of
the Popular Emmy
Lou Pumps, Extra
value, $1.25 pair
Buy a pair of these com
fortable, stylish looking
Pumps just the thing
for Spring and Summer.
See them in our shoe
windows. Only $1.25 a
Women9 s Style Fooiwear
We have a number of short lines of the newest footwear for
Spring and Summer. We want to clean up these broken lines and
have placed the price so low that you cannot possibly afford to
pass this if you need new Shoes. Patents, Velvets, Black and
Brown Kid Shoes Our Regular $1.00, $4.50 and $5.00
sellers. Extra special, your choice, per pair
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
y" ""T y"t"w' sv
See the new Silk Chem
ise the new knitted
envelope chemise and
the latest summer com
bination suit a silk
vest with knitted lisle
trunk knee length.
These are displayed in
our show windows.
London, Mar. 24. If the Ger
man fleet comes out, transports
carrying truops for the Invasion .
of Knyland may ac oniiuiny it,
the Mews and .Star sujOoti d I )
day. They warned tlic puliic
that reports ul II inc'.i Runs
aboard th-3 Kaiser 'i c vessels
were probably true. Such can
non would outrange nuythiig
carried by British battleships.
The newspapers deelaiod
army headiuarters realized ih'.n
danger and was keeping lnrie
forees of soldiers in Kuglund to
meet such an attack. The iar
asserted German subinnriiios
were torpedoing neutral vess.'ls
to keep them from reporting tiio
mobilization of German transports.
ii (PoM IF
lit! ' g
si rrra .
Governor Withycombe, Mayor White
and Juilge Gailjjnay have accepted in
vitations to attend the dinner to In
given by the Sons of the American Rev-
I nlution and those interested, at the Mil
' rion hotel. April 10, celebrating the
battles of Lexington and Concord.
! A full quartered oak. buffet, regular
ilo.uO, fur iflii.uO, at K. I.. Stiff &. Son.
I The Standard Bearers of the First
jjlethmlist cliurch" will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 2:110 o'clock at the h.mc
j of Mrs. A. A. I.ee. 1515 State street.
The meeting will be in rliargo nf Miss
I Myrtle Richardson, Miss Grrfe Allen
j nml Miss Krma Nye and the lesson will
I be about China. Miss May Hopkins
I will also talk to the class.
I New Telephone peas, fancy head let
j tuce, fancy celery, artichoke, greens
and green onions. Roth Grocery Co.
j Attorney General George M. Brown
j returned to this city yesterday from a
'trip to Washington, D. C, where he
represented the state's interests in the
; case of the Pacific Livestock company
against the state water board. Mr.
Brown' says the sentiment in the east
; favors Hughes for the next republican
I candidate tor" president and the Nciv
j York jurist has a large following that
lis working to secure his nomination.
f Don't waste your money. Have a
Sonora in your home and listen to tho
i world's -realest artists. Myrtle Know-
land, 421 Court.
qtimtimntttrmmmmttTtmtrattttttttt'tttt Your suit pressed, 50c. Phone 43.
For the convenience of those who
wish to attend the Hayeaville district
Sunday school convention, at Chomawa,
tomorrow, the Southern Pacific hns
made arrangements by which tin; Wil
lamette limited, whii'h leaves Sal m
at f:22 in tho morning will st':P at
around Los Angeles were received thisiheld tomorrow at Turner. County Su-1 Chmiwa. For those returning, No. 71
morning by the wholesale fruit houses,' perintendent Smith and Supervisors ! on the fleer line w ill be held at Sn-
Fresh spring peas, right direct from
the gardens of Southern California
Six diners at.E. L. Stiff & Son only
A county teachers' institute will be
all of which is suggestive that spring Druilette and Smith will make short
March 21-25 Marion County
Sunday school convention,
March 2" I'niv'ersity of Ore
gon musicians nt I'resbyteri
iin church, auspices Chemekc
tn Camp i'iro Gills,
March 27-April 2, the Rev. K. V.
hhayler at St. Paul's church.
April 17 Prof. Robert. K.
Stnuffer lecture at public, lib
rary on "Oregon Litera
ture." April IS Registration for
primary election closes.
April 2il Kaster Sunday.
)c sc st 5jc s( s( s( sjc 3c tfc
is coining this way.
White Rose Hard' Wheat Flour, $1.35
sick, litith Grocery Co.
We are now open. Gilson's profos- 0
sional shoe shinning p.ulor. 457 State On account of the increased enlist
street. tf intents in Company M, tho quartermas-
0 iter department, "t the armory was
Miss Margaret Herrin, deputy state j found to be too crowded. Last even
commander of tho Ladies of the Mac- ing the boys all lent .1 helping hand
ciibees, was one of the spe liters who 1 and removed the department to un up-
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glass
es correctly. U. S. Hank, isl.lg.
Today the rivor is falling as the
guile," above low water mark yesterday
was 12.1 feet above loT water and to
loday, 10.5 feet.
Dr. Btono't drug store.
addressed the meeting of tho Maccabees
Dr. Stone's Drag store.
Heavy snows every day this week in
the Hindi liock camp of the Spiuldiug
Logging company has delayed the usual
spring work. At present tho company
employes 75 men at the ciunp.
Automobiles for hire, passengers and
i baggage traasfered, rates reasonable,
country trips n specialty. (J. G. Jl
lilroy.' Phono '.117 or tf
Just at this time of year, there is no
accounting lor the weather. Tins morn
ing at ! o'clock a snow storm raged in
the neighborhood of the rock quarry,
two miles south of the city. After
about half in hour, it 1 11 it raging and
dissolved into an ordinary Salem rain.
Auction sale at the People's Quick
Kxchange Auction Market on Saturday,
March 25th at 1:30 p. m. Kverything
sold on commission. Don't forget 1 buv
household furniture for cash. V, ti.
Woodry, auctioneer. Phone 511. Apr20
per story of tho armory
50 boxes Hood Rivor apples, $1.25
per box. Holh Grocery Co,
The string orchestra will give a dance
this evening at the Marion hotel. Those,
in the orchestra me Miss Mary Schultz'
and .Miss Lillian Stege, violinists; Miss!
lloot'n, piano; I!. It. linssell, string tnss
and Charles Do Cantos, drums. 1
Your suit pressed, 50c. Phone 43.
Benjamin Brick is becoming quite an ,
j orator. After practicing on the Moose;
Ige hero ami also tne nioiuhers ot tno
talks. The address of the day will be
delivered by Prot. l)c Bust, ot the Uni
versity of Oregon.
John Claire Monteith teacher of sing-
I ing, in Salem Saturdays. 1 all 'M-i.i-.l.
) Millinery, thi largest and most up
I to date line of trimmed ints now on
.display, prices reasonable. Children's
hats a specialty. Mrs. II. P. Stith, in
i Kal'oury Urns., 410 State.
What does this name stand for? In regard to
Shoes, it stands for the highest efheiency in shoe
For the past half century this name has stood fore
most in the eyes of the American women. We invite
new and old patrons to come to our store and ask to
be shown the most beautiful display of footwear
ever shown in the city. The new Spring styles are
OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE YOU-A PERFECT
. FIT OR NO SALE, IS OUR MOTT.O.
Mrs. P. E. Fullerton
270 N. COMMERCIAL SALEM, OREGON
About May 1 we move into our new building,
Corner Liberty and State Streets
couiinercial club, he tried it on tho
members of the Moose lodge nt Port- j
land at the meeting Wednesday even- ;
ing of this week, ind from all accounts,
Ills address w4 received with tre
Brown Daisy dust mop, regular 50c,
special 25c. lluren & Hamilton. 1 1
Joseph Van Lydegraf has purchased
the Peetz I'll rait are store, .i3 North
oiiimcriial anil was given possession;
this morning. Neither ,1. N. I'eetz nor
K. N. I Yet ., who ow ned the business, I
I have aav definite pWns at present, but'
it is probable they will again go into j
Spring clean up stuff at special
prices. Dusl mops, regular 75c value,
special 23c. Duron & Hamilton.
John Schcffe, who recently bought1
the Craig and Huff farms two and oho
half miles east of the fair grounds,!
is here with his wife and lour children
tud will make their home at 2217 I'liir-1
grounds road until next fall when he
will take possession of his property. He!
came from Madison county, Nebraska.'
Brown Daisy floor brush, chemically
prepared. Ii'egnlar $1.50, special Ollc.i
1 In re ii & Hamilton. j
On account of tho rains in the Roso- j
burg district, buiccoli ripened a few!
weeks ahead ot tune and no shipping
boxes were on hand to Imndle the veg
etable. ( onseipiently 'llio Spaulding
Logging company receivud .1 hurry up
order for boxes, and as freight ship
ments were too slow, boxes weichmg
lil.iitiit pounds were shipped th's weeki
by the Wells Fargo Kxpress company, j
Saturday Spocial Sale of cut flowers, j
Yew Park Greenoouse, 1105 S. 12th. j
I'houe 253 W. . Mar23;
About 100 patients of the asylum at I
this city will be transferred to Pondle-
ton in the near future now that the:
new $100,000 w ing to the eastern Ore
gon hospital for the insane has been ,
j completed. This will make it possible;
to relieve to some extent the congestion I
I which linn prevailed for some time at I
the Salem institution, !
Expert window cleaner, floor waxer, '
vacuum en met cleaner bv hand or elee-1
tiieity, clem white paint houses inside
or outside, any kind of work. Handiest :
man in the V. S. Phones 200 and 1525.!
BIG SPECIALS FOR
4 Cans Salmon
1 qt. Homemade' Dill
2 Loaves Bread
3 Lbs. Fine Strained
DAMON & SON
853N.CW1 Phone 68
lem until No. 10 southbound arrives.
Let Nothing Keep
You Away From
G. W. Johnson k Co's
If you want to save
Auto smashup prevented by using
Lock wood's Klectric Auto Globes. All
sizes ami kinds. 21(i X. Commercial
Union Evangelical services will be j (J
held by the three Methodist churches
of Salem, beginning April 3. They
will be in charge of the Hew .T. C.
Spencer at the meetings held in the
Leslie M. II. church. April 3 0. Tiov. ,T.
Montcalm lirown when held in the .Tn
son Lee Memorial, April 10-H, and the
Ifev. K. X. Avison when held in the
1'irst Methodist church from Aprit'17
U. of O. trio concert under auspices
of Chemeketa Camp Fire at Presbyteri
an church, Satuiday. S:3fl p. m. Tickets
50c lit Wills, Pattons ind Commercial
Mayor Harley 0. White is willing and
i has the authority to appoint livi; cit-!
izens to attend the second world's con-j
I gress of "The World's Court Letgue"i
! which will meet in New York City May
1 2. lie is in receipt, today of a letter j
I from the president, .Inhu Hays Nam-j
Imoiid. asking him to attend and bring
I with him five rejrescatative citizens.
jAs in all great events and congresses, j
I ne delegates are perniiueii to pay tneir
j own expenses.
j Free, a largo Liquid Veneer polisher
; free with each 50c bottle of Liquid
Veneer. Only one polisher to a cus
tomer, lluren & Hamilton.
on the dollar, on Clothing, Shoes
and Furnishing Goods
DO YOU SEE
MY RIGHTLY F1TTL1)
(il.ASSKS WILL tUVK YOU
MISS A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
208-209 Hubbard Building. Phone 109
,The Store That Saves You Money,
Clocks Ecpaied Xi
' Also a Nice Line ot
CITY NOODLE HOUSE
FRIED RICE 15c
420 FERRY STREET-
CARS OF ANT KIND, FOB
ANT PLACE, AT ANT TIME
Good Oarage in connection for
torage of cart.
SALEM TAXI CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
248 State Street.
Lincensed Lady Em
balmer Moderate Prices
Latest Methods Are
Found Only At
Phone 721. Salem, Ore.
Guaranteed to be better than any $:5.00 machine.
A phone call will bring one to your house for a free
We are exclusive
agents for the famous
Way Sagless Spring.
Bargain day is every
day at our store.
Successors toCalef Bros.1
llniiV ,). Mri'Olttlid.
Your suit pressed, 00c. Fhons 43.
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