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THE DAILY CAPITAL JQFRNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1916.
Salem's Big Department Store
Meyers' Annual White Sale
Closes Saturday, June 10th
fnr r1ffpnsp. hut nrenaredness for future needs should
occupy the thoughts of everyone, especially when you can purchase white goods
at special cut prices in the face of a rising market. "Meyers can save you money.'
White Sale Prices on all White Hosiery and White Shoes
White Sale Prices on Men's and Boys' White Wearables
White Sale Prices on all White China, Dishes, etc.
White Sale Prices on all Muslin Wear and Corsets
White Sale Prices on all Table Linens, Domestics, Etc.
While Sale Prices on all Laces and Embroideries
CLEARANCE PRICES ON ALL SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, WAISTS AND SKIRTS
Tomorrow9 s Suprise Sales
A Sale of the World's Renowned
White House Cook Book
Regular Price $1.00tOur Price
Wednesday .... SSc each
A big illustrated edition, bound in serviceable white
enamel cloth; hundreds of receipes for the plain or
fancy cooking. The book has been prepared with great
care. Every recipe has been tried and tested and can
be relied upon as one of the best of its kind. Contains
menus for the holidays seasonable foods and lessons
in carving various meats, etc.
Interesting information concerning the White House
views of the interior and portraits of all the ladies of
the White House, etc.
The type is large and plain. A special good purchase
enables us to offer these for next
Wednseday Only at This Surprise Price ?n eacn
Sold the World over at $1 Special at
No.. 798th Wednesday Surprise-(June the 7th)
A Sale of Desirable Brassiers at . . 89c
"Formu" Brand Brassieres at this price are very unusual bargains. They serve as
a dainty corset coyer and also mold the form and give a perfect smoothness to the
outer garments. Neatly made of the best; material, trimmed in laces and ribbon
run. A most unusual value for next Wednesday only ...... .:. 89c
Sale Starts at 8 :30. See the Window Showing.
Over Thirty-six Years of
QUALITY AND SERVICE
All Around TWn
June 7. Annual election
cars Commercial club.
June 7. Willamette University
June 9. Graduation exercises
State School for the Deaf.
June 14. Flag day.
June 5. Elks' annual home
coming; celebration at arm
ory. June 15 Nebraska Society re
union at State fair grounds.
June 16. Sacred Heart Acad
emy commencement exercises.
June 17. Waldo Hills pioneer
picnic home of Mrs. John K.
June 19. School board election.
June 20 Wisconsin society re
union at State fair grounds.
June 24. Moose day in Salem.
June 2ti ( lose of voting con
test for Queen of Cherry Fair,
9 p. m.
July 3 All-Oregon Grange ral
July 3-4. Annual Cherry Fair.
sjefo-'ckM-k in the First Methodist church.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse
es correctly. U. S. Bank. Bid,;.
J. 0. Jones who was arrested yester
dny on a charge of speeding his new
Ford deposited $10 bail and failed to
appear in poliee court this morning.
We can save you money on garden
hose, Nelson Bros. & Patton, plumbers,
305 ChemekeU St. Phone 1906. tf
Judge P. H. D'Arcy has been in
vited by the Elk lodge of Oregon City
to deliver a patriotic address on Flag
day, June 14. The judge lias accepted
the invitation and will speak on "Our
Flag Kniblem of the Free."
The hemstitching and button making
shop of I. Adsett has been removed
from 352 A. 12th St. to. 230 Hubbard
Mra. Kate B. Vaughn who is in
charge of the Capital Journal's cooking
school will lecture and give demonstra
tions Friday evening at the Y. W. C.
A. Kverybody is invited as the lecture
is for nil who are interested in good
Our prices are right, no reduction
necessary. Gardner' & Keene, jewelers
A Sonora Talking Machine makes a
good companion. Myrtle Knowland, 421
All night dance Stayton Wednesday
June 7. Good music, line floor.
F. W. Barr and Charles Douglas were
arrested by the Salem police last night
upon a complaint trom Albany cnaig
ing them with the theft of some hides
and a boat at Albany. Tue men ad
mit that they took he boa but deny
the theft of the hides.
If its building materials you need,
see us. Fulls City Salem Lumber Co.,
:14 S. 12th St. l'hone 13.
The seventy third commencement ex
ercises of Willamette University will
be held Wednesday morning at 10
church and entering the rector's study, JSEBBSBSI
found the box m which the buudayj
school collections are kept. About five
dollars in small change wn taken. It1
is thought that small ooys who are!
familiar with the interior of the church j
arc responsible for the rooocry. I
The grand chapter of the Eastern
Star is holding its annual meeting this!
week iu Portland, closing the session'
Wednesday evening. The delegates!
attending from the local chapter are!
Miss .Minnie Moller, Mrs. Francis Shall-1
cr, Mrs. Walter Smith, Mrs. David!
Wright and Mrs. J. K. Godfrey. I
The oration will be delivered by the
Kev. Luther B. Dyott, I). 1). Degrees
will be conferred by President Doney.
Musicians) who have received the
services of R. K. Hansen during his
establishment with Valley Music House
may still have their needs for high
grade tuning supplied under the same
rigid guarantee by calling at 200
State St. l'hone 74.
Salem visitors in . ortland during the
Rose Fcsl'ival may avail themselves
of rest rooms to be provided by the
women of tho White "Temple church.
Twelfth and Taylor streets. General
1 rest, renins, and an information bureau
will be open in the chure'a aud lunches
will be served.
Manager John Graber has not as
yet been able to announce the first
band concert night. If the weather
takes a real June temperature, it is
probable that the. first concert may
take place some time next week. The
band will accompany the Chenians to
Portland next Friday. .
The headquarters of the Cherrians
during their clay in Portland attend
ing the Rose festival will be at the
Oregon hotel where a suite of rooms
has already been engaged. Tags will
be furnished those going on the special
Friday morning to attach to their bag
gage, with the assurance that it will
be delivered to the Cherrian rooms.
Juvenile Artisans numbering about
.15 will attend the Hose festival Friday.
The Artisans of Portland will give nn
entertainment each afternoon during
the fair at the festival center near the
Portland hotel. A stage has been ar
ranged for the worn ami it is on the
program for the Salem juvenile Arti
sans to put. on their minuet Friday af
ternoon. There is one or more mighty mean
thieves in Salem, or at least there was
last night, Some one pried open the
front door of St. Paul's Kpiscopal
The funeral of Gustave A. Girod will
be held from the chapel of Webb and
Clongh, the Kev. II. F. Stover officiat
ing. Burial will be in the Claggett
cemetery. For 2." jvears Mr. Girod
lived at Ojiinnby but during the past
year made his home with the Saucey
family five miles north east of Salem.
He was born in 1MI10 and for 30 years
taught school in Switzerland.
George G. Brown was installed as
grand master of the second veil of the
grand chapter of Hoyal Arch Masons
of Oregon at thennnuaJ meeting held
in Albany yesterday. S. S. Spencer
of Kugene was Installed as grand high
priest. This was the 30th annual eon
vocation of the chapter. The accredit
ed delegates from the Salem chapter
were H. F. Richardson, K. F. Carlton
and George G. Brown.
Walter E. iieyes has been presented
with a fine leather lawyer's portfolio
by the local organization of the Ameri
can Institute of tanking in recogni
tion of his services in delivering n ser
ies of lectures touching ou legal points
iu the banking business. The local
branch of. the American Institute of
Banning is composed of young men who
are employed iu the banks of the city
and who have organized to study the
various phases of the. banking busi
ness. Mr. Keycs delivered a course of
Latest Method Are
Found Only At
Phone 724. Salem, Ore.
Cars of any kind for any place
at fcJiy time.
Office, Bligh Hotel
. household furniture at 141 Court
street, ou Friday, June lllfii, com
mencing at 1:30 p. ni. Kverything will
be sold without reserve. See Thurs
day's paper for full particulars. Terms
MRS. M. E. STIFFI.KH, Owner
F. X. VOODRY, Auctioneer. Tele
The Korean Restaurant
is now opened in our new luca
tionat .n0 1-2 N. Court street.
Kverything new and clean. All
kinds of Chinese and Spanish
dishes. Pay us a visit.
MILL CITC AUTO STAGE
Salem, Stayton, Mill City and nil way
Points. Leaves Mill City 0:15 a. m.;
Stayton 7:45, Salem, 9:15.
Return, leaves Salem 4:30 p. m.;
dtayton 5:45; Mill City 7:20.
of high class household furniture &)
good as new at 1" X. - 1st street,
corner Center St., on Wednesday,
.In no 7, 10K1,, at 1:MU p. in.
Xcde I will sell your household
furnishings on commission or buy same
for cash, have a talk with me if you
want to sell out, it means money to
Peter Grant, Owner
T. N. woodry'
Auctioneer, Phone Oil
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Phone 81 foi better carrier
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STORE THAT SAVES YOU MOiNEYESE22SE22EZ
Successful Merchandising in f jCjl) (flixl?
; ' . Salem llmmMm
Salem Boy Graduates With
Highest Honors After Bril
liant College Career
Lnmar Tooze, who won the Failing
prize of $UI) for the highest oratorical
honors in the state university, is a Sa
lem boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Tooze, and is well known in this city,
(jrnduuting on the fortieth anniversary
of tlu founding of the university Mr.
.Too.e haH made a record ns a student
which promises to stand for years to
come having mid 'far morn thnn the ns
nnl honors that full to the lt of stu
dents, llo was president of the student
body during tho current year, was up
pointed to mnko tho trip with the i'oid
pence expedition ns representative of
the university, and was only recently
voted a solid silver loving cup as the
most popular student iu the institution.
That these honors have been well de
served is the conviction of those who
have taken nn interest in tho young
man's career, and they only hope tlint
his future life and achievements will
bear out the splendid promise of his
university accomplishments. Studious
exemplary, habits, fine mental attain
ments and a pleasing personality have
combined to niako Lumnr a general fa
vorite in a large circle nt acquaint
ances and he enters active life with the
brightest of prospects, and also with
grave responsibilities because of the
strong hopes centered in his career.
Many bright young men lire going out
from our higher educational institutions
every year, but tho Capital Journal
makes this special reference because
Lamar Tooze bus done considerable spe
cial work for this paper, and has done
lit so well and faithfully that it litis
come to take an unusual interest in
I him, building high hopes that his life
will bo one of usefulness sand honor to
I the stato which has given him the op
portunity for education and develop
ment ot Ins natural abilities.
While others are reducing we are
increasing our stock. There's a rea
son! ask us. Gardner & Keene, jewel
era and opticians.
W. W. Steiwer has purchased the I
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.humu urute OMir lusu wie imsur
View d iiry and will run both under the
namo of Maple firovo dairy with their
office at 1213 8. Coni'l. tf
'To still Increase efficiency and to
make my service still more available to
all classes, I have deelded to reduce
my fe to meet all cases. Hegiiming
Juno 1 Curds for 0 adjustments will bo
aolj for $o.00. Ordinary cases can be
correctly diagnosed by modern ap
proved methods; more difficult cases
can obtain a X-Hny examination and
spinogrnph for a nominal fee. Kvery
case will receive my personal attention.
Such t'luuiimition nudo by an expert
Specimens of our high class Flouoro-'
scopsic work open for inspection,
P. H. MAY, D. C.
P. & O. Chiropractor.
Hubbard Bldg., rhone 672
3 Rinffs for
Originator of Low Prices
371 State St.
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at Closing -Out and Disolviog Partner-
Below we are of fering a few specials from the various departments of our
large stock of Home Furnishings.
15 cent fancy border
Curtain materials, now
25c Aluminum Sauce
Go-Carts, values up to
Buffets and China Closets
jllO rll I -
$15 weather oak Buf
fet, now $7.50
$27.50 golden oak
Buffet, now ...$13.50
$16 oak China Closet
$16.75 oak China
Clcset, now ...$11.00
$19.50 oak China
Closet, now ...$12.00
$45 Birds Eye Maple Dressers
French Plate Mirror, 30x42
in., now $29.00
$45 Birdseye Chill'onier to
match above dresser . . $29.00
$18.75 quartered-oak Chiffon
ier, now $11.30
$12.75 Chiffonier, now. . $8.30
$18.00 Dresser, now ...$12.50
$19.75 Gumwood Dresser,
$11.75 Wax Dresser, now $7.50
$11.00 Wax Dresser, now $6.73
9x12 Axminister Rugs as low as ; $16.90
9x12 Tapestry Brussels, now $13.20
9x12 All Wool Rugs, now $6.75
CORNER COURT AND HIGH STREETS
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