Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, March 24, 1916, Page THREE, Image 3

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOlUcNAL. SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916,
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My Grips Ar
I leave at 8:30 Saturday night. Come Saturday and take advan-
tage or my Uood-xSye f rices. Come in the morning to avoid the
afternoon crowds. , I have left nothing undone in the way of cut
ting prices. For my last day at the Chicago Store, there'll be bargains
galore everywhere you look in bins, piled on the counters, hung
upon the ceiling and even on the floor. Be here Saturday; come
expecting to find much, you will not be disappointed. Make Sat
urday a grand final rush to get your Easter togs; New Spring Silks,
Dress Goods, New Domestics, New Spring Suits, Cloaks and Ladies'
New Spring Hats for Easter. In conclusion, I thank you, one and
all for the response you have accorded me during my stay in Salem,
at the Chicago Store. Yours Truly,
E. G. Seaman
Below You Will Find Only a Few of
MY GOOD-BYE PRICES
LADIES' SILK COLORED UM
BRELLAS WORTH $3.50
REGULAR
79c
Lot. of T.flfHes' Sillr fiolorpH TTin.
1 bi'ellas, good uality silk, my
good-bye price 79c
MY GOOD-BYE PRICES
LADIES' SILK WAISTS
WORTH Tjj $3.90 REGULAR
$1 .75
n
Special lot of Ladies' black and
cream striped Waists, worth to
$3.90, my good-bye price $1.75.
MY GOOD-BYE PRICES
LADI5S' WHITE WAISTS,
WORTH TO $2.25 REGULAR
98c
Ladies' white Waists, long or
short sleeves, low or high neck,
my good bye price 98c.
MY GOOD-BYE PRICES
LADIES' AUTO CAPS, WORTH
TO $1.00 REGULAR x
69c
Special lot of Ladies' new Auto
Caps, sold regular to $1.00, my
good-bye price 69c.
MY GOOD-BYE PRICES
LADIES' TRIMMED TURBAN
HATS, WORTH TO $1.00
REGULAR
98c
Lot of Ladies' Trimmed Turban
Hat3, sold up to $4.00 regular,
my good-bye price 98c.
M
y .Good-Bye Prices
Dress Goods, Silks, Domestics, Ladies' and Children's
Underwear, Hoisery and Gloves
35c Shepherd Check,
now the 1 O
yard IOC
25c Dotted Silk 1 Q
Mull, the yard iVv
39c Scotch Plaids, 1 Q
now the yard... 13C
50c Silk Pongee, or
now theyard OJL
60c Imperial Crepe OQ
de Chine, the yard 0 JC
$1.25 Bed Spreads QO
now selling at VOC
12 l-2c light and dark
Percale, the Q
yard JG
15c Dress Ginghams, fl
now at the yard 3C
12 l-2c Outing Flannel,
now at the Q
yard jC
18c Ripplette, now at
the
yard
12y2c
35c Ladies Drawers,
open and 9?.
closed CiuL
69o and 85c Ladies'
Muslin JO
Gowns Ul
75c . L a d 1 e s' Muslin
Corset - re
covers :
25c Ladies' long sleeve
knit Corset 1Q.
Cover LjL
Ladies' Muslin Combi
nation Suits to
$1.49 value
Children's up to OO
35c Aprons now.... 0C
Special Lot of
Nemo Corsets
35c Ladies' Front OOp
opening Brassieres Los
Special ot Ladies' OO .
Kitchen Aprons.... Lot
35c Special Lot of 1 Q
Bust Ruffles I ft
Kid
69c-
Chil-
23c
48c
15c
9c
85c
H50
$1.25 and $1.50
Gloves, while they
last
45c Misses' and
dren's Union
Suits
85c Ladles' Flan-.
nel Gowns, now....
25c Ladies' Silk
Fibre Tan Hose....
15c Misses White
Cotton Hose
$1.00 and $1.25 Ladies'
Flannel CQ
Gowns UJU
35c Children's Sleeping
Garments, 1 fl
now ll
75c and $1.00 Ladies'
Union Suits, A00
now 401,
50c and 75c Misses'
Wool Underwear, or
garment
Ladies' Gun Metal
Shoes to 3.50 val.
!1.98
Ladies'New Spring
Hals lo $3.00 val.
'1.49
Ladies' Gun Metal Shoes, worth
to $3.50 reguliir, my good-bye
price $1.98.
Ladies' new Spring Hats, worth
to $3.00 regular, my good-bye
price $1.40.
Remember This!!
e Me
re f y
My Good-Bye Prices 1 My Good-Bye Prices I My Good-Bye Prices
MEN'S CLOTHING, WOETH
TO $15.00
LADIES NEW SPBING
COATS TO $12.00 VALUE
$6.85 $6.50
Mn's Suits, worth to $18.00
and $20.00, go at $8.85, my
good-bye price.
The Coats include all the very
latest Spring styles, my good
bye price $6.50.
LADIES' SILK POPLIN
DRESSES TO $9.00 VALUE
$5.90
For lot of Ladies rew Spring
Poplin Dresses, all the wanted
shade!), my goodbye price
$5.90.
MY GOOD-BYE PRICES
EXTRA QUALITY COTTON
BLANKETS, WORTH 85c
REGULAR
49c
The pair, for goid quality Cotton
Blankets, size 45x70. my good
bye price 49c.
MY GOOD-BYE PRICES
$1.50 SILKOLINE KNOTTED
COMFORTERS, SPECIAL
98c
.Extra Special, well made Silk
oline Knotted Comforter, my
good-bye price 98c.
MY GOOD-BYE PRICES
35c SHEPHERD CHECK DRESS
GOODS, SPECIAL
17c
The yard, for Saturday, to 35c
Shepherd Checks, my good-bye
price 17c yard.
mTgomeIrices
LADIES' DRESSING SACQUES,
WORTH TO 39c
A
9c
Special lot of Ladies' Dressing
Sacques, worth to 39c, my good
bye price l'Jc.
MY GOOD-BYE PRICES
MISSES' MIDDY BLOUSES,
WORTH TO 69c
Special lot of Minses' Middy
Blouses, worth to ti!)c, my good
bye price 47c.
E. G. Seaman, Representing Lewis Bros. & Company in Charge
- 27
reaa mi
space
miiOTTOW'
it will be
interesting
Salem to Bend Road Will Be
Constructed
Least Delay
Mia- h
i iy
Tlic surveying for thf Siilt'in tn HimiiI
railii'iHl thruuli Slaylim is pi'iigrt'SK
iiij ns 'i'liKt ii the wcutlii'i' will pfrmil.
A fllllipetlMlt IMM-pS til I'llilll'I'IH, with
('. O. WilliniiisDu u I'liit't fiiKiiit'Cr
is lini'il at wtii'k on the ienmuieiit or
Itieatinn survey, timl will reiu h .Me.'iii
iiki tunijjht.
As suvu us Mill City in reached with
I his Hiirvoy, Air. WillinuiMiii ami Air.
.1'ihii Ihillnirt, (IriuiRnrsnian. wnl
nut the -liluo imits tniil irut'il
Horlt is expected to lio t".:
April 1.
While the office work on tlio I. hi.'
prints is Koiiig ttlu'fm i.ne etigtnrcrs will
W over the line the third time ii. orii-T
to Itx-it to it in reference to the siv.Viti
(urners, etc. This will eomplct) the
survey until the actual cunst.'uel inn !
cuniiiieiiceH.
Air, AL I.ynutt, who luM euinpleti.
chaise tt" tho work, stated noi'lively
ti) i representative of the .Mail yester
day that his inslructiniis were t eoin
letnce work on the iiidiue; a.i s-;un as
I t.,--.' 1.1c. which will he l.ut lat.'r thrm
May. Mini tu ( uinplete the yrad.' eetir i
t) Alill City within !i(l J.s fi'iin ti nt
date i
la the meantime as itooii as the eni
i its are released from the 1't st lie
1 i 1 1 1 1 , Salcin to Alill City, they will ii; t i
in; a camp lieyuiul the luinliei't.i'Mi an. I
pus!-, the work over tho snuinwi as sunn
as the snow is n'me Slay tun Mail.
ARMY OFFICER MISSING
Houplas, Ariz.. .lur. Keiinent il
(.juartennasliT Serjeant .fi.lt n Arnold,
Sixtli ('. S. I'iel 1 lutilh rv, in sterinusly
disappeared tSuudny, it was ieai ued to
day. Arnold was 'A years old, and was
lo hive retired April 1 tin two-thirds
pay after years of iioaoinlde service.
His family lives at Fort Hi !', Kansas.
I 'uid play is feu red.
John D. Guiss Bound
to GetJIis G!d Claim
.Tolilr D. Guiss, a brother-in-law of )'.
'nuke l'ntton, is husk inn in the linx,
liyiit in l'ortlunil just at present, nml
will continue to bask for several diivn
anil nights. Katurthy, April .1, filin'i
win oe received tor t lie opening of th
Siletx Indian lands ill Lincoln count.
Kirst eonin first served, and under tint
ijlintfs whoever lines up for filing innsi
stay with the jolfduy ami nijjht, either
in person or by proxp.
A i'ortland paper says: ".lohn li.
luiss, who is first in line by virtue o.
having taken his place vVedensda r
noon, reniaiaed there Wednesday niyli.
and was relieved yesterday nioriiint; l.y
hi.s wife. Airs, (luiss liroutjiit her liiiuit
with her ami contented h-erselr throuul'
out the dny ly knitting. Iler hushiiml
replaced her again last night. They will
continue this alternate ilay-amf nighv
vigil until the final driwing is mad..
They originally settled on a ipiartc
section several years ago and spent
$1111111 in protecting their claim liefor.i
tiie land was withdrawn. TJien thev lo-j
title to it. Sow they will file on the
same tract.
Herrera Will Never
Go Back On Carranza
i Douglas. Ariz., Jrnr. .21. Coveron
V. Klias . Callus, of Hoaora, todav r.--eeivetl
iv inessngo from (.lene.iii l,ui
llerrera at Chihuahua ctly lircndiag r. i
false the reports that he' had levo.te I
to Villa.
" f am loyal to onr 'fir.-t chi ' ' I i, .
rnn,i,'- the message said, "an. I
fight illa to the end."
(it:.".i"-ut (iutierres and Civil (invent'
T!nrMpies also sent messages to i. ailc
lieeyii! llerreril's defection.
Tlie III rival of -IH Mayo Tn.l i ;
Agii't riit n last night led to r-s- i
that a Mexican troop movement to I !i
RC'lii a was u foot. U wns .-hen a t
day thai the report was uiif i' iif" 1.
A DARING HOLD UP
w i'i
jjt
BORN
HKU.-To Air. and Airs. Frank Jtell,
f 1 7 North Twentieth street, Satur
ihiy, Mari'li H. l!Hli, a sun, to he
iiaiiieil Aliltoa Kdttiii.
Tacoma, Wash., Mar. 24. l'tdice am'
detectives are 'si'lU'ehing today 'in.
three men who .erpi'trated the mo
daring holdup in ninny months last ev
cuing when Ihey rifled the cash register
of a St. Helens nvennr ilrug store nfiec
liindiiig the two clerks with mpes. Tl o
lutndits were unmasked. They were
frightened out of the store liefore they
had finished their work of looting the
place, by the aggressive actions of t
fox terrier dog belonging to a woman
pus-sing the store The dug pursued t!t.'
trio for two blocks.
The roliliers secured about ."0 in
cash.
I'OTTKH - To Mr. and Mrs. Charles
I'otter. 177" llickioy street, Salur
tlny,, March IN l!iti, a danghter.
Ilig Millies by little talks-in Tim
Journal's New Todav I'tdumii.
ELL-AWS
Absolutely Removes
1 11 digestion. One package
proves it. 25c at all ('rurjgists.
Specials in Used Furniture
E. L. Stiff & Son
tine
Hut
( liic
Six
Hiie
Due
Km
t lo.iol Complctf Kitchen Cabinet. to.."il
f.oii I'iiII jmrtrvl nk Hoe Iter S.'l.OO
I ".( ii foot Kxtensioii Taljle Sti.f'O
I'll" is ; $;).00
tlS.lili I'laiilt Tiifi li foot Solid Oak Kxtensioii Table, like new S1L00
W'i.Hh I'avenport, a dandy.... t. SJ:!..r)0
'gi's 810.00
I f t . i-4 51.00 anil up
Mile I'J.llll 2-iacli 1'ost White Steel lied tfii.ui
sl'ringH O0c up
lit her Iron lie. Is .'. 81.00
Kitchen Tallies C0c to Sl.M)
iKtclien TiensiircH $1.50
Hue .f!i.."ll Cuplioiiril ' $4.f()
line m.imi Sidel.ti.1id $12.50
line (Ml Tiill (Jimiteri'd link ISul'I'et 5HH.00
One CxIU Wool I'itoe l!ng $5.00
One tlT.oii ruined 0 ik .ihiary Talile With l'o. Uets for ilooks in
I'll. I. like new $10.00
Cood I's.'d l.iiioleniii 25o and 3oc yd.
Tiinle in your old furniture on new and get something you like from
our new department. We will gie you a s.piare deal.
E. L. Stiff & Son
"Quick Sales and Small Profits is Our Motto."