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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916.
i Women's and Misses' Suits and Coats at $9.95
Every Department Offers Special Inducements to Money Savers
Whirlwind Clearance Tomorrow
Stop and Consider Can you afford to let this sale end without buying that
New Suit or Coat? The price is absolutely ridiculous for such stylish high
grade garments as these. The season's favored styles best fabrics and want
ed colors. The very greatest bargains you can ever expect to get anywhere.
Come and see for yourself.
Every Coat, Every Dress, Every Suit,
Every Waist, Every Skirt in Stock a
You can save money if you purchase at Meyers and
be assured of lasting it
A Great Final Clean Up of All Millinery
Every Hat we have in stock goes into these three big lots for your choosing New York model Hats
no two alike all new this season. i
LOT NO. 1
LOT NO. 2
LOT NO. 3.
MILLINERY- MILLINERY- MILLINERY -Your
choice Your choice Your choice
98c $2.48 $3.98
QUALITY AND SERVICE
Attractive Prices in Every
BREAKING LEVEE CAUSES
DAMAGE AT MUSCATINE
Muscatine, Iowa, May 5. Twenty;
houses were carried away, stock drown-j
ed and trees uprooted when L'0,000 i
acres were inundated today by the;
breaking of a levee 12 miles down the i
stream. Kesidents are fleeing, aband-'
oning everything. The levee from a1
point three mils below-this city to tlie
pumping station is doomed. Hundreds
are attempting to save South Musca-.
time from the floods. !
Dr. Stone's Drug Store for trusses.
VEAL TO BOIL
FANCY SUGAR CURED
Whole or half strip
LEG OF VEAL TO ROAST
Whole or half
LOIN of VEAL to ROAST
LIVER, PER LB., 5c
SPARE RIBS, 2 Lbs. 15c
JG $ $
May 5. Junior class Willam
ette university presents Sher
wood" nt opera house.
May 5 nd li. May festival it
371 STATE ST.
May C. Founders' Day
oration at ("linmpocg.
May fl. Marion (.'utility I'nrent-
Totichers' associations meet
nt Salem high school.
May 910. Kast Willametto as
sociation uf Congregational
May 10 II. Orpheus Mule
Clionis benefit, at Oregon
May IX Juvenile Artisans at
opera house, with Portland
Juvenile Artisan band.
May 13. Marion county inter
schohistic track meet, Salem.
May I". (Hoc club an. I young
ladies club of Willamette
University nt Kirst Met'uo-
May IS. hika' Homecoming
May 19. l'rimnry election.
M iv 30. Memorial Day.
Juno 2. High school commence
ment exercises at Armory. '
They would be better if it was pos
sible to make them so. I. a Corona, Sa
lem made cigars .10 cents.
John Graber, manager, of the Cher
rian band, announces that the summer
concerts in Willson park will begin
the latter part of this month, or as soon
as weather conditions will permit. The
hand iy now practicing regularly, in
order tj present .in entirely new pro-
Karl Neueebauer. watchmaker and gram at the tirst concert.
jeweler now with the Central I'harmacy i 0
Salem Hank of Commerce Building. . Flx "P- Paint "P a ew dollars put
innyOp11 I'uilding materials brings fortunes
I in return. Falls Citv-Sulem Lumber Co.
3 W S. 1'Jth St.
The entire north window of our store
will be devoted to tho Best. Dollar
Straw berres. Special 2 for 2."c, ber
ries tor 10c Saturday. Roth (Iroe. Co.
The Rev. George F. Holt, pastor of
the First Baptist church, will leave
Sunday afternoon for 1'ortland where
he will join the 1'ortland delegates
Dance at Turner May 6.Salera orches
tra, (loud floor. mayti
J. E. Biedent, Ralph Mason and Pan
trie Simpson were arrested yesterday
by Officer De Long on a charge of rid
ing liieycles on the sidewalk when the
street was in good conditio.
The epidemic of measles has had its
run, and conditions at present are niorei
favorable, according to a report from ! t n t tend the Northern Baptist conven
The Best Strawberries at 10c, Eugene
asparagus 2 lbs. tor 2oc. The Best Tele
phone peas 3 lbs. for 25c, the Best To
matoes 2 lbs. for 35c, all this should
give you the right inspiration where to
buy it. Hoth (iroc. Co.
The West Salem baseball team will
play the Woolen Mills team Sunday1
afternoon on the West Salem baseball1
grounds. These learns met last year;
and the West Salem team was fortu-j
nate enough to get in a few more runs j
than the Woolen Mill boys. j
May day exercises which were to have
been held today on tiie university cum-j
pus, have been postponed until 1
o'clock Saturday afternoon. If the
weather continues unfavorable, the ex-,
ercises will be held in the gymnasium;
Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The great mathematical puzzle, ' ' The
Fourth Dimension", will be simply ex-'
plained next Monday evening nt the
university chapel by Professor Mat
thews. The ordinary object has length,
breadth and thickness and the profes-!
sor will tell how it might have some
Judging from the present growth of
the lodge, the Flks will soon be found
grazing on every corner. Last even-;
ing the membership was increased by;
17, and already tiie initiating commit-1
tee is arranging for exercises next j
Thursday evening. Those gathered in!
last night were: Fred I'aulus, Edward
Ostendorf, J. K. 1'eck, 11. V. Maaess, j
Sheldon Spencer, H. S. Bosshard, Dr.
C. II. Robertson, Dr. W. B. Morse, j
Wavne Price, W. K. Craven, John Dar-,
Tjby, John Smith, John (ioetjen, IT. O. '
I 1 If l Hill II, I . I. Jlll.llll, ii. II. Illlll,
F.d Blessing. I
That the seating capacity of the
church should be enlarged w.is the
unanimous opinion of the members of
tho Central Congregational church.1
who met last evening to discuss the
proposition of what to do with the,
gradually increasing church attendance;
and how to take eire of those wishing!
to attend. Befoie taking any action.;
a committee was appointed to solicit i
among the members for contributions
towards enlarging the church. This
committee will report, at a meeting
called for next Thursday evening. j
This sounds like an old, old story.
Sugar Advanced today and if sold on,
the market, will cost the housekeeper
10 cents n hundred more than ycster-i
Il'day. It will require a memory ex-l
'tending over many years io reniemuer
I when sugar was higher than the pres-i
-lent retail price, which is now around
H 1-2 cents a pound. .Melon; tlie out.-
break ot the Kurnpcan war, the price
was $.1.40 i hundred, On August 5,
101-1, the price jumped to fS.20 a hund
red. One year ago it was Sfi..Q5 and
now the price is higher than it. was
yearn and years ago when most grown i
up people were little folks.
$5.00 Reward for 5 Minutes work.
Tho llagel Cereal company 770 S. Com
mercial St. Salem, Ore. are preparing to
manufacturt a new- cereal drink, that
is delicious, invigorating and more
wholesome than either coffee or tea.
In looking for a name for this, prod
uct they have almost- decided to call
it llngceco pronounced Hague-csee-ko
The Hagel Cereal Co- however, are
opr-n to s do t i.ny name that will be at
oaee a io liute and suggestive if ;t
serins better than llngceco. If you
can l "a ink of a name send it in and if
adopted they will send you a check
for $."). If two persons send the same
winning name tlie one received first
will receive the prize The contest will
close Monday night May Stli, l!ll(i.
jThe kind that make you feel right and
llook right. Made to please the man
Iwho knows and cares.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
SNAPPY SPORT SHIRTS
We have the best line of Sport Shirts in Salem. Let
us prove it to you. The prices
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50
See Us in Our New Modern Store
G. W. Johnson Co.
rW. I I
U. S. NATIONAL BANK BLDG.
Have you an appetite ? How are these ?
Genuine Tillamook Cheese, per lb. 2oc
Fresh California Strawberries, per box 10c
Bananas, per dozen 25c
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY
Dairy Butter, per pound 25c
Veribest Pork and Beans, per can 10c
Libby's Sour Krout, No. 2 1-2 tins 10c
5 Star Hard Wheat Flour .' $1.35
Westacqtt & Thielsen
Salem's Best Market Place.
Two Phones, 8:50, 840. 426 State Street
Hr. O. H. -Miles oil ice. ..No new cases
are being reported and ninny children
have recovered and are now in school.
Extra street car service tonight Ev
erybody sees "Sherwood" at the
Baseball Sunday, May 7th, 3:30 p.
m., St. Helens vs. T.o.ju, league park.
Watch Salem's big league b.itterv, liar-
tiou to be held iu Minneapolis next-
week. At. a meeting of the officers
and trustees of the church last even
ing. Mr. Holt was-formally elected i
delegate to represent the Salem church.
YOU CAN'T BEAT IT
Never miss the auction sales. I'll pay
you the highest cash price for your
furniture or sell same on commission.
F. N. WOODRY, Auctioneer,
Social Hygiene society
will hold two meeting in West Salem
next Wednesday. The afternoon meet
ing will be held -at 3 o'clock in tho
city hall for mothers, .ind will be ad
dressed by Mrs. Esther M. Hopkins,
taking for her subject, "How Shall I
Tell My Children." Mayor (1. L. Fra
zure will preside at the evening meet
ing at the citv hall for men. when talks
will be made by Dr. L. P. (irilt'itii, j
Joseph II. Albert and Ernest Blue. j $
f rooms midway hetween New
port and Nve Bench. Also fur
nisher housekeeping rooms
near to beach. Inrpiire of
Mrs. B. 1.. Russell nt Head)
St., .") and 10 cent store.
..ham and llauser, show thorn up. mayO
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fite glasi
( coneetly. U. 8. Hank. Hldjr.
Dr. Btono'i drag Hon.
MSse Mary Schnltz will play at the
A committee of the local granges
will meet in Salem May 17 to select a
date for the all-Oregon grange day to
be held in this city.
Dr. Stone makes no charge for con
sultation, examination or prescrip
We can save you money on garden
hose, Kelson ltros. & l'atton, plumbers,
355 Chcmeketa St. riiono l'JOt). tf
Dean George If. Alden, of the uni
versity, is today moving from his for
mer home, lli'i Seventeenth street, to
"The Maples", on Liberty itnd Ciio
Make your itay in Salem pleasant
one, get good room at the Capital
Hotel, SOu uuj up. State & Couimer
"j i .... . . j
New Today Ads, one cent Pr
Tho month of May- started with
four days of sunshine, but last night
the record was broken for dryness
when .10 of an inch of rain fell, accord
ing to the official weather recorder
at the O. ('. T. docks. The river this
morning was o.O feet above low water
Demonstration of National Biscuit
company's crackers, cookies and wafers
Saturday May li. Their representative
will make special price during the dem-j
onstration. C, M. Roberts tho Court St. i
Safe hits win games... Eight Senators'
got a safety Sunday. Don't that, look;
like a pennant for Salem f Watch tiie i
I.o.iu bunch trim St. Helens Sunday,'
3:00 p. in. mayti
,At the coming Cherry fair, the Com
mercial club will probably not pay in!
cash for cherry exhibits, but will make
Hear Alfred Schramm sing Allan---the awards in the form of loving cups
Halo's song at. the (irand tonight. i or in some other appropriate form ot
0 recognition. As the f.iir is not to be
Baseball game Sunday May 7, BroaW a money making affair, but just an all
vs (lervais at Brooks. mavti i around good time celebration, an ap-
' jpeal will be made to cherry growers.
One tiling was settled at the meeting, to not only enter for prizes, but to do
of those interested in the coming Cher-i nate cherries for the Monday ntter-j
rv fair, at the Coinnioreinl club last : noon entertainment.
night. There will be no street camiv il T T ... , .., I
or street fair. A nierrv go-round for California Blair Punch will he served,
the children was favored, and also, at, our store all day Saturday, ( alitor
olentv of ice cream mid lemonade nia lllair is a grape drink Hint has a
1 i .,it t. it mi nro i
lands, but no enrnivni. n"j , ,V " ,
welcome to onus wiin ",
Still some first class seats for "Sher
wood" nt the (irand tonight.
You are the whole show when you
have a Sonorn Talking Machine. Myr
tle Knowland, 4-1 Court St.
In the Inter-class oration and declam
atory contest held last evening nt the
high school between three representa
tives from e.nh of the three upper
classes of the school, the seniors won
first, place, sophomores second and toe
juniors third. The judges were Mrs.
Anna Rogers Fish. Mrs. Helen Miller
Senn and the Rev. Robert S. Hill.
We have Drought you ice competi
tion. Its now up to' you to support
the new company to retain n regular
moderate price with perfect service.
Citv Market Ice & Coal Co. Tel. 474.
CITY AUTO STAGE
Salem. Stay ton, Mill City and all way
Points. Leaves Mill City 6:30 ft. m.;
Stayton 8:00, Salem 9:80.
Return, leaves Salem 4:40 p. m.;
Stayton 6:00; Mill City 7:40.
Cars of any kind for any place
at anv time.
Office, Bligh Hotel
The StoreThat Saves You Money,
Stone lined, made of heavy ash with beveled panels. Solid
brass nickel-plated lever locks. It will not break; it will
not leak; it will not rust; it will not absorb dampness or
germs; it has no seams, therefore'it can have no cracks,
to harbor uncleanliness; there is nothing to diminish the
original circulation of cold air which is a feature of this
celebrated refrigerator. The round corners enables this
refrigeration to be easily cleaned, keeping it sweet and
pure for foods. The construction of the Notaseme is such
that it saves the ice bills and gives perfect refrigeration.
See window display and get our prices.
: " ' VV V11'1 T
Just received a nice line of Hammocks; these are made
of heavy weave with padded head cushions, wide and
roomy, in various colors. Just the thing for porch
comforts. Prices very reasonable.
successors to Calef Bi-o