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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1916.
"Salem's Big Department Store"
L k J-l
AN IMPORTANT SALE OF
We have selected SO Choice Silk Dresses
from our large stock and placed them on a
on a Dig rouna racK ror easy inspection
They consist of New Taffetas, Messalines
and Pongees Some with Velvet Trimming-Some
with Georgette Trimming-Every one a splendid value
and regularly priced up to $50. Take your choice of
these New, Stylish Dresses at greatly reduced prices.
QUALITY AND SERVICE
Sept. 28. Elk's Jay at state
Sept. 27. Shriners day at state
September 2S. Flex day at
Oct. 4-5-6 Marion County In
Oct. 1. City bowling league
Oet. 13. Inauguration of Dr.
Carl Gregg Doney as presi
dent of Willamette University-
October 10-17. Degree of Hon
Oet. 18-19 Maccabee conven
tion. October 17-20. Baptist state
November G. City primary
November 7. Presidential election.
jj,, The slate hoard of control at a meot
jltiing this morning named a commission
of three to survey the Oregon peni-
I tentiary, with a view to determining
5jt conditions in the institution and sag
5j, ' gesting plan by which such conditions
f. may be bettered. The three men named
$:as members of the commission are:
j Bishop V. T. Sumner.
j Former State Senator F. W, JIulkcy.
1 1. j. vt entwortn.
To Look Into Conditions and
Provide Means for Bet
First-class work. All kinds
of repairing. All work guar
anteed. Twenty-five years'
experience. Leave orders at
Wylie B. Allen Co., phone 1187.
Residence phone 1405.
J. E. HOCKETT,
913 Highlnnd Avenue.
EDMUND SON & BUHNER, Flops
Thone DoO or lL'oa
Leaves Salem, cor. State and
Liberty Street daily, 8:00 a. m.,
11:00 a. m., 2:30 p. m. and
- 6:00 p. m.
Leaves Independence opposite
Governor Wthyc'ombe made the non.-j Jotoffice-:5a.;!;v
.-..inations, which were concurred in with-
uub uioi; Hamuli ktrviuiui ui .jiuio
Olcott and State Treasurer Kay. The
e governor stated in making the liomina-
the Y. M. C. A. and ,,.,, ,tamt,iaA ; ltr ..::
A Joint formal reception will
given in Katun hull at o'clock tomor
row evening by the i. -M. ( . A. am
meiiiners 01 me 1. n. i, .a. me re- itn ..n,,,,!.,.,,. p;ui,.... ..,...,.....;... .1.,..
option is especially for students who ... ,Lvi .. ,. work in this direc
nave come to the city tor the tall se-jti(m whUe ft rwi,,ent of chicag0.
,nesU'r- All three ate residents of l'ort'nnd.
m,. 0i.. em. -iv .ti 4. The naming of a commission to sur-
The Salem RiHe club will meet next! y ,he t wofe ill(1,liitl.Uti s,,loola ()f ,hc
Monday evening tor the election of Mrva util mte but it
first and secoml lieutenant. After this : ,.,i i. ,1.., i, i. ...,.
election Captain Kosenl.org will 1 missio is to' lie composed of two wo-
Jim t.i 11 ' 1 1 men and one mini
1 lie mile i-iiiii now iiiiiituvin i-tu.uim
9:00 a. m., 12:30 p. m., 4:00 p. m.
and 7:00 p. m.
Extra Cars for Country Trips.
Action on the California cotton mill's
otter of $40 a ton for 30 tons of uu
chcckeled flax from this year's crop
was also deterred. Ihis option does
All Around Town
Dr. Alice Bancroft, oyer Stockton's Smoke the best Hygrade both
Eye and Nerve Specialist. name and quality.
An opinion from the attorney general
was read in the matter of hiring regis-
When there is an extra amount of , F. I. Dunbar of Astoria, who was Bee
traveling there is considerable gnso-, retarv of state from IS9W to 19U7, was
lino used. Yesterday' at one garage a- , a caller on Secretary of tSate Olcott the
lone vick Hros. the records showed i vestenlnv. Mr,
One hundred ncre3 of land in Benton
conniv whs iiitni'ii mis weeiv uy . v. ....ill i.,i . -i
Ku'.ts to llenrv Kawk for a houso and: . ' ',-, ... ' 4t, V
ten lots on South Commercial street,
at a viii iauo.i 01 ,?. - ' '"Vered pharmacists at the state institu
the farm m Benton county. j hat fhe s't.Ue Js not required 0
The Sagebnish orchestra of Hamey ; 1'ir? roistered pharn.aists.
, ., . The parole ot Pauline Kriiuler, of tho
county youngsters who made Lt.te industrial school for girls, was or-
hit in Salem Monday and Tuesday, aie,ere(j revoked
guests of the Progressive Business, . n ' . .'
.Men s club at Portland today, at tne; ,. ...
i, rri... ':..i., i Jl
ni'iinoii uuii-i, xiii-,) lilt? i-i-i in i in v tm
ing "a grand triumplial tour."
For the past five days the guage of
nas been at .7 of a toot be-
I'anl of 237 Maple avenue brought j
to tiie Cnpital Journal office two po-j
tatoes that are huge enough for, prize'
winners at any state fair. The linger,
is ten inches long and measures ten I
Notice to Farmers
AVoodry the auctioneer will sell
your farm stock. Sales for 2
per cent and guarantee satisfac
tion. Phone oil.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasst
as correctly. U. 8. Bank. Bld.
B. Bamford of Halsey was arrested
for being drunk yesterday afternoon
and put up 10 bonds for his appear
ance this morning, lie did not appear.
Leading Jewelers ana silversmiths
Hartman Bros. Co., successor to Burr's.
No finer stock anywhere than at
Hartman Bros. Co., jewelers and sil
versmiths. 'State and Liberty.
Dr. Stone's Drug Store for trusses.
Information has come to the police
sales of 1 11)0 gallons.
Bring your agates home to be pol
ished. Gardner & Keene, Jewelers,
me river nits necn hi .t til ii iiiui i't . .... . .... .,
llnuho.. ,.t tnnl- I I 1 1 . n Ill I.... 1 """" 111 1 I " Olll I I'll'llCe Hlll IS 1111 H1U
. iiiin . .- j.. . iuc....,m., ,,lni,th mmk.t.1.1.
The visiting Elks coming on their
W. C. Knighton, A. I. A. formerly
that some of the-soft -drinks sold at architect for the-Oregon state board
the fair grounds have been producing ' of control will resume the practice ofj special from Portland and Oregon City
hard drink effects. No arrests have ; architecture in Portland with offices and by auto from Albany and McMinn
beeii made. i In the Tilfnrd building, Tenth and Mor-iville were treated) to a "hand-out" at
o jrison streets. j the Elk lodgo today noon and given
Drink Cereo, the liquid food, the' o 1111 Elk's welcome at the club rooms.
health drink. Ask your grocer. tf Dr. E. Meuric Boherts, osteopathic o
o ' physician. 309 Masonin bldg., phono 409 1 ....Dr. F. H. Thompson has his offices
Those owing Dr. Asseln will please I o remodeled and specializes in Ear, Nose,
Eye and Throat. 414 Bank of Com-
sep.S sier & Koene. merce. tf
: k u.i 1. .nni. : t i- i . ... . .;niuiiiiii ninuuiii iiih i ni-ui uu. iiuimii.
,, i...: f..c ',."" ..ecu no riiiii.acco.ii.iig ,o u.. ...... . pt(im ,h(? h(ne tQ b sh(, go(,
,..,.,...,!.,..,..,,,. reports ai me v.. i hock. i,,e rung. , .,f-4 - he,Wa savil , s,vcrat
While attending fair, order your to 43 with a rising temperature for to
choice roses, shrubs or fruit trees ofiilay.
Jones' Nursery. J'hone 413. o
call at the office Friday or Saturday Salem's most reliable jewelers, Oard
of this week from 1 to 3 o'clock. sep28 Ber & Koene.
Fire destroyed the vacant house at!
220 Knii'groumls road at about 2
o'clock this morning. The house was!
a two story structure, and was almost
burned before the department reac
tiie scene, no alarm being turned in un
til the fire was well under way. The
property was owned by Widding brothers.
Come along with your potato stories,
as the potato season is now on. Mrs.
for fantilv use,
Hundreds of visitors are reported at
the state hospital for the insane today.
J. H. Harper, found in a drunken con
dition near the Center street bridge,
hed as ar'esttH' ,','s morning.
The first football game of the sea
son will be ployed next Saturday when
Willamette will play (he alumni. The
game is palled for 10 o'cldck on Wil
INNER i i U UUI
I will pay you the highest
cash price for your used furni
ture. Phone 511, M'oodry the
JACK FBOST CONFECTION- "
ERY FOB SALE
Good Buy. 12th and Ferry Sts.
High Class, Good Quality, Low Price Furniture
Is attracting busy buyers this week, and why not? A new store, with new Furniture, sold at
lower prices than any other store in Oregon gives you the answer. No trouble to show goods
Dining Room Furniture-
Compare These Prices.
Solid Oak 6-ft. extension Dining Table
and six chairs to match; regular price
$28.25; special for a few days at
Solid Oak 8-ft. extension Dining Table
and six genuine leather seat Diners to
match; regular $:)8.00; special for a few
I Bed Room Furniture
X Here Are Prices
Three-piece Ivory Set, bed, dresser and
chiffonier, regularly priced at $60.00;
X this is a dropped pattern and we wish it
to move at once, hence the price for a
few days of only $44.75
X Two-piece oak Bedroom Set and Brass
X Bed, regular price $50.00 now for a few
t da's $39.75
L. J. Taylor, charged with operating
an nutonioliile for hire in the city lim
its without a license, was arrested tjis
inornins;. He will have a hearing in
the rity court tomorrow morning at 10
Waw la li HmA i AnnlrflKl fnr tlin
Thanksnivinn turkey. They are now on j
the market quoted at IS cents a pound j
and last year jnst before the day of
giving thanks, the market price was
Jii cents. j
Business was good for the Salem j
street railway company yesterday as
the records today show that mnrt thanl
2rt.l)li0 people were handled. This im-j
niense crowil was taken care of hy tho
company with no delays or accidents.
The taxidermist store owned hy Geo.'
D. Alderin on Eolith High street willj
hereafter be known as the West Furl
company. Mr. Alderin underwent a
nin.ior uperatiun at the Salem hospital
several weeks ago and is now just able
to attend to his business.
Frante Meredith, former secretary of '
the state fair is in the city renewing j
acquaintances. Ho is now secretary ofi
the Washington state fair at North;
Yakima and reports the fair ,itist elns-j
ed as the most successful one ever heldj
in Washington! - '
A team owned and driven hy A, A.
Higley, of S3U5 Broadway, became
frightened when the Klks special pulled
in this morning at Trade nnd ( ominer
cial streets and ran away. Higley wus
tiirown out, his head striking a tele
phone pole, and he was unconscious fur
a time. The team ran east on Trade
street to Liberty, where it was stopped
without further damage. With the ex
ception of n sore head, lliyley will suf
fer mi serious effects from the accident.
.Methodist church nf I'urtlaud, a gitt
to the university, was being iustall'd
and to few of the things in the way nf
rules that the sndents are supposed n.tt
to do. Also to the. fact that the imis'i!
school is over crowded this year ii'.d
that the festival churns will be organ
ized with at least 7."i members. And
moreover the society editor's depart
ment was "charming in every detail"
telling of the various social events of
interest to college students.
At the Ouiik Kxcluinge Auction
Market which is lucnted at corner
Kerry nnd South ( 'uninieicial streets,
opposite Marion Hotel, on Saturday,
Sept. ;i(), llllti, ennsistiug of :1 good
Ranges, Dicssers, Kxtension Tabb s.
Library Tables, Kitchen Tables. Hock
ing ( hairs, Dining ( hairs, Beds and
Springs, Kitchen Treasurer with toy.
Horses, Wagons, Harness and mii'iy
other things. If you have anything to
sell bring it in.
Kverybody welcome; ladies especinl
F. N. Woodry,
Auctioneer, phone oil
Sale starts l::i(l p. in. sharp.
days at only ... coq 7C i
Our Tapestry Upholstered and Overstuff Furniture Pnncess Dressers in quarter-sawed oak
i fan hp hflfl in hirrlspvp mnnlp nmrincvnnv
is the best obtainable. See this line and eet ouri and Circassian walnut. irv? hpVPi Fvpnph
.if r -i i i i .A I . . . -
.rCS: ii "rices- A room funrished in this line of furni
ror 10x30 inches. Drice 9Q 7C : will add taste and distinction to vour home.
f V'i Ci La 1 ... . ri
iKn uui oiore wneuier you naye any miennon 01 h
plate mirror, size of top 20x36, a drawers,
regular price $2o.00, now for a few
day $19.75 x
Thpsp can he harJ in nvnl nr snnnvp rip.
$25.00 solid oak Buffet, straight line de- I ,a' UU1 UIUIC mKUKl uu UdVC 1 signed mirrors.
Bign, very substantial and pretty, $19.75 -: buymg or not, we want you to see the kind, off Dresser and Chiffonier t0 match in birds.
Extra special $12.50 fir Buffet, now goes Furniture we carry . You may have Friends in the? SfS' of3of ILs'n"
2L: $7.00 t marKei Ior lUnmure. t drawere. regular mice Qrt On
We appreciate your
KncifiACC wI!! endeavor
DUSineSS, to keep it
G ee r - K rue g er
The entire New Wexford Building
467 Court Street Salem, Oregon
We invite the Public
to inspect our stock
i L. H. McMahon filed his petition
this morning as a candidate for the
niuiure ui J 'U" v iii'i'J. mi"' -...i
i ion conntv. as an independent. ln the
petition were .m!i names as tne law re
quires that a candidate for office on
petition must have the signature of
three per cent of the total vote cast
for governor at tiie last election. Max
(iehllinr is the candidate on the repub
lican ticket nnd Urant t'orby on the
dennvratic. No other candidates will
be voted on as the time for filing ex
pires today? ..iMt'i
In announcing the seven good citi
zens who were willing to serve the conn
i try as city recorder, in yesterday s
Capital Journal, by some strange fate
i the name of "Karl Klgin" was refer-'
! red to as one of the willing ones. The
j fact is,"there aint no such person.''
: But there is H. V. Klgin, the first to
I file and who has been serving as dep
j uty recorder, and Karl Race who is
', willing to como once more before the
' electors of the city. Anyhow, the niim
jber still holds at seven as no more
candidal have announced.
I : o
3 ' The Willamette Collegian' has made
M : its initial appearance for this semester
I! mulcr date of September 27. The
leading stories call attention to the
cull of SO young athletes who would
like tt) qualify as members of t'onch
!! Mathews foot ball team; to the fact
that President -Klegel of the student
riimi? hodv caMi'd a business meeting; that
aMiw3Jtlie pipe organ from the Taylor street
"Take the Combined
Course, Business and
at the Capital Bumhoss College;
the Knowledge you will get
there can never be taken from
you, and no matter what line of
business yon may follow, it will
mean quick promotion and better
WISE FATHERS are giving this
advice daily and ninny young
peopUvare goiiijr to heed it by
enrolling at the Capital Business
'College next Monday, Oct. 2.
Xew classes in all subjects. If
convenient, register on Saturday
Call ot fend for our n"Vf catalogue.