Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, April 14, 1916, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1916.
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Special Sales for Tomorrow Only:
All Around
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A Great Final Clean-Up ot
Shoes Tomorrow
, One Lot of Ladies' Shoes broken lines your choice $1.00 a Pair
One Lot of Ladies' Shoes (including patent button styles, black cloth tops), yours
choice $1.95 a Pair
Another Big Lot .Ladies' Shoes, your choice $2.95 a Pair
Black kid button and patent leather styles, cloth. and natural kid tops included
in this assortment.
Our entire stock of Grover Comfort Shoes (high shoe styles) at special reduced
prices. Those who know this brand will no doubt be the first to take advantage
of these special prices.
Special Prices on our entire stock of Pla-Mate Shoes for
Children (High Shoe Styles)
Purchase Shoj needs from these assortments and make
a big saving. These sales start Thursday morning and
end Saturday night.
Tommorrow --the
Last Day of This
Immense Sale ot
Pongee Silks
100 Pieces of Pongee Silk to be Placed on Sale
Imported Pongee Silks of excellent quality at a
surprisingly low price, just at a time when Silks
are increasing on account of being hard to get; a
splendid fabric for Summer excellent for wo
men's dresses, waists, and men's shirts, etc.
LOT NO. 1.
50 pieces of Imported
Pongee, 23-inches wide,
extra value
39c a Yard
LOT NO. 2.
50 pieces of Imported
Pongee, 33-inches wide,
surprise price
59c a Yard
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Buy Togs for Men at Meyers
Furnishings That Please in Every
Particular.
Salem's Big
Department
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QUALITY AND SERVICE
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Dr. Mendelscnn, specialist, tits glass
M correctly. U. 8. Bank. Bldg.
John Claire Monteith, teacher of sing
ing, in akm Saturdays. Call -046 J.
The annual silver medal contest of j
Willamette University will be held this
year at Waller hall, Saturday evening'
April ii.
F. W. Durbin's whipping cream, Pink.
ney's saniUry niilk.yl(ota Orocery Co.
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Lace curtains at special prices. Yoa
can save money. Let us show you. Ill1
ren Si Hamilton.
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Two meetings will he held at thy
ominercial club tomorrow. At 10:0
o'clock in the morning, the .Marion
County Jersey Cattle Breeders wi't
The senior high school freshman base-1 meet nud iscuss affairs which will in
bail team plaved the Oraut junior high i elude plans for their exhibit at the com
school team yesterday, the final score! ing state fair. At 1:1)0 o'clock in tit--
i standing 12 to 7 in favor ot the high afternoon, Mne saieui rouiiry ami r.g.;
school team. I Circle will meet and elect two deb:
I o 'nates to ntttuid the general federation
I Dr. Stone' drug Store. of egg circles of the Willamette vallc ,
! o which will meet in Sale a within a IV".
It was decided by all that Hygrade
liars bail it over all other brands of ,, . 0 ... ,
,. . ' Gem Blend Cofiee, roasted fresh ev-
cent cigars. , . . in .i
crviluv. Joe a pound. Jioth droeei
i Tfcn Tant fnrtittitrtt ctnrn rprpntlv ;
Iboucht bv Vnn I.vdetrnf brothers, is be I
ing moved today in auto trucks to s
rcrtmi. where the tinsincss will be mil
TTliimlpr the unnie of 'The Van Viirniturc
company."
The Sonora, Talking Machine gives
you all the world's best entertainments.
.Myrtle Knowland, 4u'l Court street.
Dr. Stone's Drug Store for trusses.
The annual Y. W. C. A. convention is
in session at Corvallis. beginning to
il iv and closing "next -Monday. Dele
gates from Willamette university, L'ni
versity of Oregon, Oregon Agricultural
college and 'McMiunville college will attend.
Phone 43.
I Your suit pressed, 50c.
Automobiles for hire, passengers and assistants
k C .l t .nn.,nUn I l.llf
Uifj;y.lo I luiisil I CO, mica ivo.-uunnici
.'country trips a specialty. C. O. Mc
! Elroy. Thoue 947 or 039. tf
There will be a free demonstration or"
Tru-Klii Biscuit in connection with th
famous Crescent Hrnud of Coffee at Hi.
Ilighliml Ciocery uu .Saturday. Apr.'
the loth. All are cordially invited to
visit our store and have a cup of th! .
delicious coffee served with Titi-lt!
Knglish Style fiiscuit, fancy cakes an I
cookies. There is a treat in store Jr.
you. Come.
Tonight the industrial department cl"
the commercial club will elect a direc'
or to succeed August lluckesteiu, vl".
is not a candidate for re-election. No
tii-es have been sent to every meuibi -of
the club affiliating with the depart
meat and as the director will hao
much to do with what will be u-coin
plished by the department the eomin.'
year, it is expected the members wi'l
turn out and select their best man. Tl
of Mr. Huckestein for tl
past year have been S. H. F.lliott, '..
M. Kppley, William A. .Marshall an 1
Theodore Kotli.
A. Slaughter. Manager
of Creamery, Arrives'!
A. Slaughter, the new manager of the
Capital City Co-Operative Creamery
'arrived in the city pesterdny nnl is
now in charge of the business. Me is
regarded as one of the expert and sci
entific butter makers of the state. Af
ter graduating from the Minnesota uni-
entity in the dairv division, he en
gaged in butter making in several co
operative creameries in Pennsylvania
and at one time had charge of tho dairy
department of the Dunn county school
of agriculture. Later he was in charge
of n co-operative creamery at Pethuma, two tears he
California, where his special work wastive board of
la testing and 1'asteurizing cream. land cheese linkers association. He is
k'or the past two years ho has been j the author of the Wisconsin co-opera-ia
charge of the Independence cream-jtive law from which the Oregon co-op-ery.
Waile living in the cast, .Mr. erative law was taken,
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has been on the exeeu- i
the Oregon stato butter i
COMING EVENTS
was
American Society of Euuitv, a farm
marketing niguni.utinn. Tor the past
Let The Capital Journal print your
sale bills and other job printing.
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REFRIGERATOR
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Stone Lined as per illustration
will not rust, crack, chip or absorb
moisture; as easily cleaned as a
China Bowl. See them on display.
LINE OF THESE REFRIGERATORS AT PRICES TO FIT
Is Your Refrigerator
Poisoning Your Family?
A FOUL, ILL SMELLING REFRIGERATOR IS A MENACE TO HEALTH. IT IS
JUST AS ESSENTIAL TO KEEP YOUR REFRIGERATOR CLEAN AS YOUR
DISHES, WITH NOT A SEME YOU CAN DO THIS WITH VERY LITTLE
TROUBLE.
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April 14. Election of director
Industrial Department Com
mercial club.
THE N0TASEME REFRIGERATOR
Has a stone lining, as shown in illustration, which can he kept free of germs that poison food, which in Urn
poisons people not a cheap porcelain enamel, but one piece of white, unbreakable stone ware that will not
crack, chip or absorb moisture as easily cleaned as a china bowl every corner rounded not a single
crack, joint or any other lodging place for dirt. Sec our window display and ask us how to save at least
25 per cent on your ice bill.
PRICES $25.00 TO $50.00-OTHER REFRIGERATORS FROM $12.o6 AND UP.
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April 17. Lieut. Sfwaitzkopen
sky, a Siberian escape, at Con
gregational church. Free.
April 18 Registration for
primary election closes.
April .18. Monthly meeting at
Commercial club.
ISous of American Revolution
banquet, Marion hotel.
April 111. Senator Theodore K.
Burton of Ohio, candidate for
republican nomination for
president, at Armory.
April 0. L'lection of director
Hocial department Commercial
club.
April 1 Willamette university
debates Pacific on ;ivern
ment ownership of railroads.
April 22. Mid-Summer Night's
Dream, Opera House, auspices
Salem Women's Club.
April 2il F.'aster Sunday.
April 2o. Election of Director
civics department Commercial
Club.
April 27 Free lecture by Teter
Collins at Opera House.
April 28 Dance, benefit Salem
Street Railway band, at the
armory.
May ti. Founders' Day cele
bration at Champoeg.
May 9-inEast Willamette- As
sociation of Congregational
churches.
, Rex. Walter Clotshack, of St. Louis,
j Missouri, w ill begin evangelistic serv
iices at the Free Methodist churcli, 122
j North Winter Street, Sunday, April
llith, 11 a. m. The meetings will con-
tinue every night till May 7, except Sat
urday nights.
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nioiliniy mceuu.4 in onicm grouse
17 will be held on Saturdav. Apiil 22.
If. M. Hirdsill, W. M.
Stewart Lotus oranges, 50c size, $2..rJ I
per box; 40c size, $2.7.") box. These- in:
the finest oranges that have ever com
to Salem. Kotii (Irocerv Co.
I Bituminong concrete was the pave
iment selei-tcd at the meeting held hf
; evening hy the )iroperty owners livin;-
ui'ch tor the iiroiioscl oiviii'' o-
street fiom State to Mission
The paving is to have a four an. I
half inch base with nu iu.-h and or
half wearing surface and is on the gen
oral plan of i lie paving on Soul1'
Twelfth street. The next step is tin
adopting of I resolution by the couucV
next -MondiV evening favoring (hit
hind of a pavement, and then the ail
yertising by the city of the propose!
improvement. The paving can the .
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Your suit pressed, 50c. Phone 43.
Stanley Marchington, who for three
years was chief dispenser at the Spa,
has returned to his first love, and be
ginning tomorrow will do the dispensing
act at the Spa. During the past eight
months he has lieeu in I.os Aug
now
ton.
it is Salem for .Mr. Mal'.-liing-, ls,,,i ,iislrj,.t
owners ot moie tlia-
lineal feet in the pr.i
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Telephone peas, 3
the Roth tiroier.y Co.
Black fihoes bronzed white sflioes
cleaned. Popular shoe shining parlors.
Specially equipped for lidies. oSi
State street. iposite The Spa,
The following were given the hailing
sign of an Klk last. uUht and admit
ted into membership of Salem lodge Xo.
X'tti, lienevolcnt rnd Protective Order
'of Klks: F. P. Smith. R. 11. AVilders, C.
U. Kvans. C. Van Patton. Dale Pence,
, ! To whom it may concern. This is in
lbs. for 25c, at ; notify ynu that on ami after Mav ',
IIMli the members of all locals, nlCi'liu
o.l with the Salem- lluilding Tradi s
I Council of Salem, )reKon, and vi.-init ,
! will discontinue to work wil'n lioii-unio.'
.men of any organized crafts. This ,ip
I plying only within a three mile radii '
I of the Marion county court house. Th'-;
will apply to all contracts taken aid.
tin! IL'lh ot April. Salem Puildii f;
frailes Council.
jjj j I H" I If f I fill i' III t I 1IIUI UM' Ml If I q
inf h Li! I.' ' Smith t- X i 1,1.1 1 I mi, 4.1. 1 , . .
i,r V' .'. i-1, '.. v. 1 .. ' '! . e muliuuy -nceting 01 the comme:
t, , V , V" ,'''K" '" ,H'X' Tuesdav evening will I,.
ilhanx Perlich, H A. ilson, liar es , ,,,,,SSI,(1 ,iy Slt.iitit,
1 C Vr ii fi. l V I. r I " 01 ' ie ' oll"'ll"n "vl base coi,
' .ii.'l . l.llin tlii.--. unci. I- Stt'11 . 11 1.. 1 ..1. .1.
publicity campaign for the CcTilo cam
and is now working to awaken an in
.. ":; t, ;terest in the estublishment of a nav
I The South Sa em Box Factory 1S now, Imse at the mouth of the Colnmbi.-,
i..i'ri.iiiin; mm ..us. I.UU1CIOI1 soucus uiej i nere is a general feeling
.if, LlUll tia Hill U.S
; I'hone 72ii-W. Aiu-lo
M. Doerfler and Frank Divis.
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Your suit pressed, 50c. Phone 43.
Dr. FranJa E. Brown, late of
York, Post Graduate school, confining
his practice to diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat, will have his offices
with Dr. A. IS. Gillis, over Push Wank
building. MaylO
Herbert Blatchlord will represent
Will iniette university this evening at
the inter-collegiate prohibition contst
to be held at liorest Grove. Miss Pae
Smith and Miss Pern Smith will at
$ 1 tend the contest. Li these annual pro-
""ihibUion contests. Pacific universit v,
New ,,. it'ic ,.,,n.uo. M,-ri,,, ;n., .....n.,,.'n
the Eugene Bible university and Wil
lamette university will take' part, send
ing their best orators.
nr,.,r,i
111.11 uie srate slioul.l nike everv et'fon.
to secure a nav.il base at the niouth 0'
the t'olnmbia, not because it. would l.c
est ildished ill this state, but simply
Irom the fact that there is luit 01. :
stragetieal point fur tile naval '-.ase.
Senator Theodore B. Burton, of Ohio,
wlio is one of the presidential possibili
ties from a republican standpoint, wi'l
arrive in Salem next Wednesday even
ing and will be the guest of honor 11
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Special on willow clothes baskets, 15c.
Ilnreii iv. Hamilton.
SPECIAL
The First of the Season
MILK FED
Suckling Lamb
MILL CITY AUTO STAGE
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Your Money Buys
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1 lecture at the opera house next Thuis-
ilay evening, will also sneak at. Mt.
I Angel on the following evening under
the auspices of the Kninhts of ('0I11111-
jlius. He has chosen for. both of his lec-
wj'i 1 , 1 . nines, --wnais urong witii the
ii tome ear v as me sunn v :'': ddrs have been d.-iiv.r
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Auction sale at the People's Quick
E.Xchance Auction Market on S.i'mvPiv 1
April loth at 1:30 p- ni. Everything Salam, Stayton, Mill City and all way
sold on commission. Don't forget I buv:Points- Leaves Mill City 6:30 a. m.;
household furniture for cash F. N. Stayton 8:00, Salem 9:30,
Woodry, auctioneer. Phone oil, Apd20 Return, leaves Salem 4:40 p. m
0 1 Stayton 6:00: Mill City 7:10.
cici Junius, who win aeuver a tree T)1 OT70
ruoneoo
Liver 5c
SPARE RIBS
2 lbs. for 15c
Eli Meat is retailed for less in
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t Salem than any other city in
Hj the United States. The Midget
did it.
The Midget
Market
371 State Street !
.t'.l hy .Mr. ( ollius in nil parts of the
Icnuutry and tiie general opinion is that
Mr. Collins is a brilliant orator .ind a
deep thinker.
Iron Boards, regular S1.7!. special
tn.lay and tomorrow, liurcn &
; Hamilton. .
! If you have your house partly fin-1
jishe.l and are ready for the interior
i finish, ask us about upson boards.
( cheaper (Han 1 ith and plaster, and
much better. Falls Citv-Salem I.uni
'ber conipauv, 4! S, 12th street
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I Here is what a really prominent citi
zen aid about women registering: "A
year ago, voting was something new
and many women were interested in
prohibition. This year will be a test
as to whether women reailv want to ex-
their rights of beine a citizen
and on an eouaTtv with men. - llecister-'
; ing is now an "asy mutter as no per
jsnual iuesti,in are asked, and if a wom
iiin does not register, it is a prettv sure
"inn she is not interested in -iic and
local if fairs. "
CITY NOODLE HOUSE
KOODLES 10c,
KICE-POEK 10c
FRIED RICE 15c
420 FERRY STREET
Lace curtain stretchers, regular Si50
stretcher, special HM Iluren & Ham
ilton. ,
Florida grape fruit, 2 for 25c. Cali-1
tornia grape t nut, IU'p dnz, and 4 for1
2jc, at Koih Croccry Co,
RESIDENCE
PARLORS
Licensed Lady
Assistant
Moderate Prices
Perfect Service
Latest Methods Are
Found Only At
Cottage Undertaking
Parlors
Phone 721 Salem, Ore.
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