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THE DAILY CAPITAL .Tr RNAL, SALEM, OREOOV SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1910.
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CONFIDENCE PLACED IN OUR MERCHANDISE Satisfies the "monev
wise." Every day customers remark to. our salesmen, "Well, I have been ail
around and find I can do better here." The qualitv evident in every piece of
our mechandise must measure proportionately GREATER THAN THE
PRICE. TO GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY IT IS IMPERATIVE,
before buying, that you study the market and know quality. Then you will
buy your house furnishings from us. Come and look over this stock anyway.
J1230 COUCHES $9.85
We offer you this week several patterns of good
Couches, all hand tied spring construction, oak frames,
covered in imitation leather, and corduroy, brown, tan
and green, special $9 85
SPECIAL FROM OUR TRUNK DEPARTMENT .
As a special inducement for you to visit our traveling
goods department we offer you this week some won-
I derf ul values in this department.
X $7.00 Metal Covered Trunk $ 575
I $18.50 Fibre Covered Trunk $15 00
I All edges rounded and reinforced, two trays, linen
lined, extra heavy hardware, a wonderful value at
the price quoted.
1.50 Fibre Matting Suit Cases
$2.00 Fibre Suit Cases $1 49
(C'oatinued from, page one.)
St. Stephens' Green, gathering recruit;,
us they marched. Several policemen
were shut near the park gates. A nurse
wheeling a perambulator was woundjd
anil the baby in the carriage killed by
Other small bodies of rioters captured
building-: occupying strategic positions,
including the Quiness brewery, and the
Koyul College of Surgeons. They attack
ed Dublin castle but a small force- of
government troops equipped with inn
chine guns quickly halted the marching
.Monday night was comparatively
calm. The rebels threw up barrienlis
and looted stores and hotels for food.
One old lady, indignant at being halt
ed, slapped the face of a youthful reliei
Government troops begin a system
atic attack on the rebel positions Tues
day. They quickly recaptured the brev.-
I ery and several public houses. Artillery
was trained on Liberty hall, headquur
Iters of the rebels, and it crumbled into
ruins. It was reported that several
hundred rebels were killed wh?u th.
: CITY NEWS :
See E. L. Stiff & Son about free ice
with each refrigerator sold.
If its buildinj materials come to us,
we would like to figure on your next
bill for builders supplies. Falls City
Salem Lumber Co., oti) S, 12th St.,
Another evidence of the building
spirit in Salem this spring is the' addi
tion that is now under construction at
the Hunt Bros, cannery. When ti.is is
completed, the cannery will have a flour
space 100 feet wide "by 400 feet ho g.
The work is beiiiR done by A. J. Ar. ar
son, and the estimated cost is i-.&oo,
...Oct our prices on new and 2nd hand
furniture before you buy, we can save
vou monev, h. L. Stitt & Son.
shoot straight is- one of the require
ments, as all infantry, cavalry, en
gineers and battalion company and
troop officers, as well as all enlis;ed
men, excepting cooks, are required to
take part in the rifle practice. Me-.V.-cal
men and chaplains, and those having
served 10 years, arc authorized, but not
required to firo.
While others are rertudng we are
increasing our stork. Thero's a rea
son.' ask us. Gardner & Keene, jewel
ers and opticians.
Plans and specifications for the Tair-
! grounds road will come before the city
I im.;i ii. vf Mnnilnv pveninir for t'inlil
The ladies aid society of the PresbD-1 adoption. The owners of property on
tenan church will serve a supper in
the church Wednesday evening May ",,
from tl to 8 p. m. Chicken pie. ice
cream and cake and other good things
La Corona cigars for over Sunday
smoliing give entire satisfaction. Salem
made, 10 cents, worth more.
A lecture on astronomy will be given
next Monday evening at the publi
library by Prof. James T. Matthews, of
Willamette university, under the aus
pices of the Chautauqua Circle. There
will be no charge and everybody is invited.
A wire from The Dalles this morn
ing to Coroner Clough gives the infor
mation that tho man found dead here,
and supposed to be Frank Miller, has no
relatives at that place and that he was
traveling under an assumed name.
Thursday night he asked permission to
sleep in the ham. of a farmer living
near tho feeble minded institute, ami
was found dead the next day, presum
ably from heart failure.
Karl Neugebauer, watchmaker and
jeweler with Capital Drug Store, Ma
sonic Temple, will move Monday May
1st to the Central Pharmacy, Salem
Hank of Commerce Huilding, wherehe
will be pleased to meet old and new
The officers of the Commercial club
will be elected at the annual meeting
June 7. The directors of the-depart1
monts for the coming year and who
will take charge of their departments
June 7, aro as follows: Mercantile, Fred
Steusloff; agricultural, Seymour Jones:
I legislative, William V. Galloway; pub
licity, Bcn.ramin Buck; civic, B. A.
the two streets will be asked to state
the kind of pavement desired. After
this decision is made, the regular form
of advertising and period for remon-
. i .... ..-111 I... on.l th., nl.
most sufficient funds nave Deen raised
to guarantee the cost at the figure giv
en the property owners, work on the
(relayed Fairgrounds road will actually
Buy a Sonora Talking Machine and Southwii k; social, Daniel I. Howard;
Slightly Used Dining Room Set $22.50
Here is an unusual value.'G solid oak Diners and 45-inch Dining Table, solid oak,
not veneered, used just a few weeks, cannot be told from new; fumed finish.
industrial, .Theodore Roth.
Dr. Stone's Heave Drops cures
heaves. Price $1; for sale by all drug
you will always have high class enter
tainuient in your home. Myrtle Know
land, 41! 1 Court St.
Minnetonka camp for girls will give a! cists.
musicnle at the First Presbyteriau I o
church next Wednesday evening. The comic opera "Robin Hood" will
0- be given under the direction of Miss
Bargains in refrigerators at E. L.
stiff & Sons'.
I Our prices are right, no reduction
necessary. Gardner & Keene, jewelers
I anil opticians.
The Marion County Principals' as
sociation held its monthly meeting this
morning at the high school and complet
ed arrangements for the county field
day and carnival tobe held in .Salem
Saturday, May 111. In this inter-scholastic
contest, "all schools in the county
will participate excepting the Salem
high school. The day's meet and car
nival will be held on Willamette field
and will include folk dances, May poles,
a school parade, track ovents and base
ball. Prof. F. S. Gannett, principal o'f
of Washington junior high school is
chairman of the committee on arrange
The suffrage special will arrive in
Salem this evening on the Southern Pa
cific at it o'clock, on the northbound
tram. Autos will meet the visitors and
will take them direct to the house of
representatives. After a short recep
tion, addresses will be made by several
of the visitors. Tho governor and mem
bers of the Commercial club will assist
in the reception. After the addresses
II nd informal meeting following, the
visitors will be taken to their special
world making a path
way to a man's door if
he makes the best mouse
We find the grass on
our front lawn much
trampled down by the
public asking for good
furnishings, hats, shoes,
And the fact that we
have the best of every
thing in the way of
men's apparel natural
ly causes a pathway to
be worn to our door.
We like to have our
front lawn trampled on.
Come and do a little
New spring shirts are
here; beautiful styles.
$l-$1.50-$2 and up
167 Commercial St.
A careful, fearless and impartial en
forcement of the law. No. H:i on ballot.
Ransom (Joe) Woolen-, republican candidate-
for constable for Salem district.
Minetta Magers by the mixed cho.-iiscs j truin. They will appear tomorrow morn
irom me nigu sruooi some nine uurii j ing t t10 nu,l(. library in rorttanu
; NEW TODAY J
PHONE 937 For YY ood sal.
W.A.Yl'KD Ten wood chopper's at
once. Phone sol-'U. npMt)
FRONT APARTMENTS Ground floor
491 N. Cottige. tf
FOR RENT SIGN'S for sale .t Cap
ital Journal office. tf
l'Ulf SAI.K Horse, buggy .uul harness
cheap. 1120 ( eater St. npi-0
Near city hall. Phone 4"
I'liU SAI.K Young,
heifer calf. Phone
EOU SAI.K .IO00 mortgage "for .HU0.
A care .luurn.il. tf
WANTED l.'ulvcs to pasture,
per month. Phone 2I.".'..I.
MohKliN HOUSE for rent, good lo
cation, cor. 12th and Marion, niiiv.".
WANTED l heap lot or lot with
shack. Address F. M. care Journal.
WANTED A lady for housekeeper
and care for one small child. Address
C. li. co .lourn.il. mavl
MAXWKI.E RUN Aid IT fine run
ning order, price ifl.'iil, Inquire Great
"estcm oaraue. opposite court
lilirn.WIii I'or canning -c pt'T lb, de
livered. Geo. W. Weeks, li. Phone
-1 1'-'. apr2!
WANTED To borrow $l!M.iij on city
property, A 1 security. Address (.' C.
care .lournal. upr2U
Koli RENT furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms in Hubbard building. W.
II. Norris. Kooni i!u4. tf
I'CIiNISHED HOUSE For rent, 0
rooms and housekeeping iippirtinents
. rates reasonable. 271 1) near Com
. niereial. mny.j
Mrs. Gertmde Cummings gave
farewell party Ihiirsdny afternoon to
Mrs. Iviailene Jlubhnrd.'who expects to
make Bend, Ore., her permanent homo.
The- ladies of the Rebcknh lodge were
invited to assist in the farewell. Mrs.
Florence Diesko and .Mrs. Elsie Simeral
poured. The home was artistically deco
rated with lilacs. . .'.v.
the hitter part of May. In choosing
an opera to be presented by the higii
school, Miss .Magers selected " Kobin
Hood" on account of tho rousing chor
uses in the opera. The classes in the
high school have been doing good chorus
work this winter, una "Itolun itooa
I will give them an opportunity to show
a i what they can do with standard muMC.
Dr. E. T. McInUre, physician and
surgeon, 214 Masonic bldg, Phone 4-10.
The Finzer rifle range was a bus?
place today and will be tomorrow, as
all members of Company M are required
to make a shooting record of 150 points
ARMSTRONG At. his home In Whit
tier, Cal., Friday, April- 2H, l!)l!t,
Thomas Armstrong, in his 84th year.
He is survived by three sons, K. C.
Armstrong, of 2400 Elm street, Solc.m;
The property owners on South Cfn-i J. S. Armstrong, of Big Pine, Cal., nml
mercial street, at their meeting lest ev- T. E. Armstrong, of Gaston, Ore. Also
ening. went on record as desiring a two-1 by two daughters, Mrs. Adella Alltn
inch bituminous concrete surface to be 'and Mrs. Anna Allen, both of Whittier,
laid on a re dress of the present ninct.d- j Oil.
nm" foundation. Tho approximate cost Memorial services will be held Sun
has been figured at u7 cents a squire! day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the
yard. The improvement-will ( over 14 j home of E. C. Armstrong, 2400 Etm
blocks, and will cost nearly Jlii.CeO. j street.
The petition will come before the city Mr. Armstrong wns a minister of lha
council Monday evening. After the firnt Friends church and had formorly beeo
advertisement, there is 'JO days 'for a! associated with the church at New-
remonstrance, but to be ottcctir, -tins. berg.
must be signed by the owners of two
thirds of the area "subject to assessment.
Try Capital Journal Want Ads,
MoDKKN llOl'SKfor rent, N.
Liberty street, corner Union, .f 10 per
month. See .1. II. Lauteiniaii. Arirn
Hotel. Phone !OU. ' apri;1'
GIRLS Or women w.mled at Glove
Factory, 14.1.1 Oak St., Steady work.
Those having experience on power
machines preferred. apt-9
WANTED Second hand .grupehow
plow. Phone ;!7;l after ti p.' m. miri!!'
I'OU SALE Oli TRADE Heavy spring
wagon, inquire Com 'I Cider works.
A PAYING i-ash business for
Down town, flUOU or less wil
die. til! care .lournal
,i:i u .'
WANTED Man to sell automobiles.
Some capital required. Good proposi
tion. 11-G. care Journal npr-9
!FOH SALE A I Jersey cow giving
nearly 4 gal. per day, makes over one
pound butter per dav. Oulv :i.". So.
I'-' St. T. i . Davidson. aprlilli U
FOR RENT Three or four room mod
ern, furnished apartment, ''-" S. 1 1th
WANTED Will pay cash rent for 4 or
5 icres of good potato land. Must
be cheap. Address Journal C-50. Mayo
GROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Strictl modern, close in, .lu Phone
FOR SALE 0:i k
age. Want sin
a.-li and fir stump
II gasoline engine,
FOR SALE OR RENT 1 7-rooni, 1 fi;
room houses, modern, .ee owner A.
Korb, ItW) ."tli St., Snleni, Or. mayl
i A.-s .ii r. you .fid on luaiot new
$100 standard tiniewriter on imvninnf
).").."iO down and $:! per mouth. Phone 18
-'17SI or call 720 N. Cottage. apr'2!) J
WANTED Modern 4 or 0 room cot
tage or bungalow, close in, prefer
nblv furnished. C. H, co. Journal, tf
CARPENTER Paint and cement work
MONEY To loan and money wmted. Estimates and plans furnished for
E. E. linker, attorney, I'.uuk of Com- house, bam or garage. Plume 2I!-"1(.
merce. inavl! api-0
I M LA II i: PUGII choice seed poto
toes, prize llurbanks. Phone ,"i2Fll
and :'..". iiiavV.
J''OK SAI.K Poland Chum stock .iogs
all sizes cheap. Kufoury Dros. 4 1 0 1 FOR SALE
State St. apiL'S"
WANTED Experienced lady desires
position in hotel as chamber maid
or dish washer. Address li. bos O
S .tie in. mayl
FURNISHED house for rent, 7 rooms,
modern, G42 N. High. Inquire at 6b'U
N. High. May5
WANTED To buv Mohair. East Sa-
l!:v mare, weiulit about
1200 lbs. or wUl tr.ide for gelding or
fresh cow. Chris Peterson, Salem
lm Tanner v, ;
jth and Oak streets.
FOR SALE an half truck Studebakei
wagon. WUl trade for heavier wagon,
cordwood or stumpage. 27S0 Lee.
Phone 1322-J. tf
WANTED Agent for Salem territory j
. and one to travel with general agent, I S'
repent seller. See gen nil nueiit nt'H
Capital Hotel, Sunday and Monday.
BEDDING PLANTS of all kinds for
,n,nli l.n.-a V.n.,1.,,.. .1 1 H ..
1'vn i wwA-n, ijuni ia unu urn on. uu- m
raniums, all colors, very best. Price M
very reasonable. Graber Bros, green
houses, 120HD street or phone 550. J
Drive out and see for yourself. it
t " . - - it i nl it n i i ii i
Lifer" ' 'Ti
FURNISHED rooms and housekeeping
appartments. rates reasonable, close
in, 100 Court. tf
LAWN MOWERS l ailed for sharpen
ed and delivered. Phone U2!i, all
work gu.'.rauteed. npi-0
FOR SALE Home Comfort Steel
Range, cheap, in excellent sh ipe 2S7
S. Winter street. mayl
WE CAU SAVE you money on garden
hose, Nelson Pros. - Pat ton, plumbers
'233 Chemeketa St. tf
WANTED li' I." or 10U' For.l. must be
in good shape, must be cheap for
cash. Phone ii!'2. tf
li'H Ai RES Wheat land in Mussel
shell county, Montana, to ewhange
for Salem residence property or im
prove,! ncreag". See Ed. Caiinatey,
with W. II. GrabfiiliQr-r i Co., 27."i
i-tnte tt. api-it
FOK RENT Business block room, size
IS18O feet. 407 State street. In
qnire at 4C3 State. Phone 1009.
Maurice Klinger. ti
GOAT AND SHEEP SHEARING Bj
up to date power equipment. List
vour orders at Salem Fuel Yards.
Phone 29. Densmore & Frcsia, tf
HUU WEAVING Colonial irt squares
made from rags any size up to 9
feet wide. Work called for and de
livered, l.'G South 12th St. Phone
Acres of 4 venr old prunes, 1 acre
of loganberries to trade for Salem
property. Clear Portland lots to
trade for 5 passenger car. 10 care
WANTED Te mis on W. H. Patter
son's place south of Eola to haul
wood, t'i per day. They will find
the foreman, Mr. Sisrho, on the job.
Must begin work right away. tf
FOR SALE Horses, farm horses andifj
drivers; fresh cow or coming fresh;: J j
choice of one year old or two year .
old pure blood Shorthorn bulls; stock j3
hogs from 70 lbs. up. Address Win.! II
II. Kgan. Gervais, Oregon, Route 2. (
Phone oFII, mayl
SALESMAN Vacancy .May loth, ex-!j
perienced in any line to sell general ;U
trade in Oregon. Unexcelled special lit
ty proposition. Commission contract. ; 'J
00 weekly for expenses. Con'ti- J
neutal Jewell v Co.. 140-1.1 Continent-'
nl Hldg., Cle'vel.md. Ohio. pr29;J
12 ACRE Dairy ranch near Clover-
dale. Tillamook county. 14 milk cowsi,,
4 heifers, team, wagon, buggy anil,
harness close to ciecse factory. 13
Price ."i2UO, will consider trade. See
A. Kitterninn with W. II. Grnben-'lJ
burst & Co., 275 State St. r2!l;
SACRIFICE SALE 200 acre fine' Kl
dairy ami grain rinch near Scio, Ore-, f J
gon. 14H acres plow land balance.
good pasture, house, barn, new silo,E2
and other buildings. Will accept J
ifitimO in trade, balance to suit. Price; li
0."i iper acre. Address Aunivilie j
State lianli, Aumsville. Oregon. ij
. Hot weather is now up-
on us and you will be
considering . a new h,e-
.to1', i '
We handle the famous
Garland line, a line that
cannot be beat for serv
ice, quality and appear
ance, and can sell them
to you at a reasonable
price within the reach
Why pay double price for some of the new f angled
fancy kind that do not give you a bit better service
for your money..
Call and look over our line, we can surely save you
Prices $8.50 to $27.50, All Sizes and Kinds
Home of the Famous
Orbon de Luxe and
Orbon Ideal Ranges
THE GUARANTEED LINE
Prices $23.50 to $53.00
The Orbon De Luxe is built of rust resisting, non-corrosive Ingot Iron, good for a
life time. Guaranteed: The Orbon De Luxe is the best Range in America so you
take no risk in buying a De Luxe. We guarantee them to cook and bake perfectly,
to be made of the best material by expert labor and to have all the latest and mod
ern improvements. $10 down and $5 monthly puts one of these beautiful Ranges
in your home. If you have an old stove, we will take it in as part of first pay
ment and allow you what it is worth.
In order to start off with a rush we are offering
as a special inducement, FREE ICE to cash refriger
ator customers this week. We will give you ice as
50 lbs. ice delivered free with every box
75 lbs. ice delivered free with every box
100 lbs. ice delievred free with every box
125 lbs. ice delivered free with every box (
costing , $10.00
150 lbs. ice delivered free with every box
175 lbs. ice delivered free with every box
200 lbs. ice delivered free with every box
250 lbs. ice delivered free with every box
:',00 lbs. ice delivered free with every box
A Fine Line of Used Refrigerators, $5.00 and Up.
f ( C .'.' ...."I, ,,.
DAIIiV IIAXi'M to exchange
have .1 dairy iniuli of .'!l-'l acres in
Lincoln county for trade for city
or country property near Sali-iu.
Price on .iiooil. ir,00 can stand. .'!0
to 40 acres hav land, balance good
pasture. lair buiMlings. This wilJJ
not list long, act quick. S.-ott &i tl
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