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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1916.
"Salem's Big Department Store"
Sale of Stylish Silk Dresses
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Dozens of Beautiful
Styles to select from
Taffetas, Messalines, Pongees, etc., some trimmed
with velvet, others with georgette crepe. All splendid
values and regularly priced up to $50.00.
Buy Your New Dress Now
at Greatly Reduced Prices
Special Sale Prices on Women s Dressy Silk Waists.
Sale of Crepe Night Gowns at 98c.
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As today-la Scandinavian day at the
state fair, King Hing Dcekeuaoh ap
pointed Dr. O. A. Olson as chairman
of the Cherrians, giving Dr. Olson per
mission to name his own assistants.
New dining tables Just receives bj
C. 8. Hamilton, house furnisher, 340
The Rev. N. F. Jensen will begin ser
vices Sunday evening at the Oregon
state school for the 'loaf at 7:30 o'clock
i Deaf people from the community are
'invited to attend. The entire services
will be in tho deaf language.
(Continoedfrom FBge 1.
It is FAIR to say La Corona sigars
are Salem's best maile 10 cent cigars.
; A, I. Wallace who is studying in Los
1 Aiil'cIph to become an optometrist.
'writes friends and Kilts iu the city that
he is making fine progress in his stud-
j ies and that he expects to be home
j about the middle of November.
Heating stoves, ranges and gas stoves
I ('. S. Hamilton, house furnisher, 340
The funeral of Silas T. Riggs, who
died Thursday morning, will be held
! Sunday afternoon at 1 o'elock from
! the Chiistinn church. The services will
be conducted by the Kev. P. T. 1'orter
land burial will be i the Salt Creek
j cemetery in Polk county.
Trunks, bugs and suitcases. C. S.
I Hamilton, house furnisher, 340 Court
I St. ' '
The Iowa association of Oregon,
I which Jias fair grounds headquarters
j at the left of the north entrance to the
old pavilion, ' has been a gathering
place during the week for many form
er residents of the llawkcyc state. Up
to last night the registration was about
I critical, following the sinking of th.
Can't Walk On Eggs.
Chicago, Sept. 2!). ''Unless the re
publican party can get down to brass
tacks within the next four weeks, and
tell the people where democratic legis
lation has been' wrong, whether they
are going into Mexico, and on top-. of
that convince the people they are right
they arc going down to defeat," said
Vice- President Marshall in "Chicago
"The republican party has yet to
suggest any. changes or to announce
anything it will do" continued Mar
shall. "In a political campaign you can't
walk on eggs."
Parker Backs Wilson.
Asbury I'ark, X. J., Sept. 29. John
All Around Town
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse
M correctly. U. 8. Bank. Bldj.
The range of temperature yesterday
was from Ti to 44 anil for the sixth day
the river has held at the gunge of .7j
of a foot below zero.
Dr. Stone's Drug Store for trusses.
The bridge over the Willamette was
doing duty over time yesterday. 1). If.
Wdyeant, watchman, kept a record of
what was going on and today reports
the passing of 1570 automobiles, 04Si
pedestrians, 404 teams uud 00 heud ofl
cattle. The autoB were worth three
quarters of a million dollars, at a low
Drink Oereo, tike liquid food, the
health drink. Aik your grocer, tf
Bring your agates Home to be pol
ished. Gardner & Keene, Jewelers,
John Engdahl of Salem Heights, who
has been with the Salem Woolen mills
store, is reported today to bo serious
Dr. R. Menric Roberts, osteopathic
physician, 300 Mnsonin bldg., phone 409
Dr. P. H. May would lfto to find out
who cut a Bond, auto tire for him sev
eral days ago and today is offering a
reward for the information.
....Dr. F. H. Thompson has his offices
remodeled and specializes in Ear, Nose,
Eye and Throat. 414 Bank of Com
Often require glasses
without knowing it.
Did you have the children's eyes exam
ined before they started to work?
If not, bring them here for a careful ex
amination and learn for a certainty wheth
, er their eyes are in need of glasses.
Much suffering and harmful effects are
avoided by BEING SURE on this point.
Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist,
208-9 Hubbard Bldg. Phone 109
Sept. 3nFootbnll, Willamette
vs. u! u in ii i, 10:3o a. in., Wil
Oct. 4-5-0 Marion County In
Oct. 1. City bowling league
Oct. 13. Inauguration of Dr.
Carl Gregg Donoy as presi
dent of Willamette Universi
ty. October 16-17. Degree of Hon
Oct. 18-19 Maccabce conven
October 17-20. Baptist state
November G. City primary
November 7. Presidential elec
Salem's most reliable Jewelers, Gard
ner & Keene.
The following Albany Elks were reg
istered at the Klks headquarters yes-t
rcniny, uoorgo Koite, I has. Hurgraf,
Jno. Collins, Holit,-Small and George
Leading Jewelers ana silversmiths
Hartman Bros. Co., successor to Barr's.
I Dan F. Langenberg and Dr. J. H.
, llarnjobst are attending the recital
j given today by Sciiuniiinii-lleinUe at
i Mount Angel, on special invitution of
I the prior.
No finer stock anywhere than at
Hartman Bros. Co., jewelers and sil
versmiths. State and Liberty.
Harry Q .Mills, son of Councilman J.
i A. Mills, has been mado a member of
; tho Fniversity of Oregon Glee club, an
I honor much sought after by thoso tnk
; ing the music eourso tn tho university.
,TW of the privileges of being a mem
ber of this club is that of taking a
trip to Honolulu during the holiday
i season. Harry .Mills received his trnin
: ing at Willamette University where he
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,t,n mi imn-1 in i in- II'U UUUl, HUH Of
T. H. Reeves, attorney at law, has
moved to the fourth floor of the Huli-j
Harvey Plant who is in charge- of!
the armory, is getting the military
hendun iters in good shape for the reg-!
illation drill next Tuesday evening. I
Company M now has about 32 recruits.
Tiie war department has allowed fifl j
days for the recruiting of the company
up to the necessary number if Coin-
puny M is to continue to remain in ex-j
At the thirtieth annual conclave of
the grand coinmaiidery of tho state of i
Oregon, held in Corvallis yesterday, a-i
mong the grand officers elected were
G. G. Brown, grand generalissimo. M.1
L. Meyers was appointed prelate. In I
the competitive drills between the Ore
gon and Washington teams, Washing
ton Commander)- .No. 15 won by a mar
gin of two points. The next grand
conclave will be. held at Marshfield.
A change in time which will be ap
preciated by residents of western Ore
gon goes into effect on the Southern
Pacific October 1. This will be a
through train to Sun Francisco, pnss
ing the volley towns in the day-time
and requiring but one night's travel.
Passenger otticials suv the new train.
which will leave Portland in the morn
ing, will make closer connections with
trains at San Francisco for points iu
southern California, resulting in a sav
ing of 12 hours or more. The train
which now leaves Cottnge Grove at
1:35 p. m. and arrives at Portland at
7:20 p. m. will he taken off anil in its
place the trnin from Snn Francisco, ar
riving at Portland at 10:15 p. in. will
do local work through the valley.
There is a rumor amounting almost
to a certainty that the state fish and
gume eominision will close, or at least
cut short, the season for Chinese phens
ants, blue grouse and native pheasants.
Tho late rains brought about late mat
ing and the early broods were hatched
lis the colli rain continued. Hundreds
of the young birds perished, whole
broods ill some cases being wiped out.
This is especially true of the house
keepini' concerns of the Chinese pheas
ants. As a result, second broods were
numerous and the. young birds are lit
tle more than feathered babies now.
If the open season comes, it will mean
the slaughter of these infants, and to j
conserve the game interests the cur-
Parl4er, nominated by the Progressive
national contention, vice presidency
ait Colonel Boovevelt's running mate,
will speak for President Wilson iu
Xew York, X. J., and Ohio, it was an
nounced hero today. Parker wrote to
President Wilson offering his services
and the offer has been accepted.
for Our Saturday
8 lbs. Sweet Potatoes
3 lbs. Crackers for
Best Valley Flour,
Creamery Butter, lb.
13 lbs. Onions for
Our Special 30c Steel
Cut Coffee for
We sell for less be
cause we have less
DAMON & SON
855 N. Com'l St.
The floor of the treasurer's office at
the city hall is being covered with lin
oleum. Three governors in town and the
finest weather on earth is doing pret
ty well for Friday of fair week,
L. . . Taylor, who was arrested yester
day for operating an auto tor hire with
out a license, was fined $20 by City
Hecorder Klgin this morning.
Salem continues to be one of the best
recruiting stations in the northwest.
Yesterday four recruits were sent to,
Portland in charge of Col. (has. A.j
Vaiinim. The four young men were all
from Salem. Cyeel II. Creason enlisted
iu the engineer corps and the infantry j
was selected by Arthur L. Warner, Carl
K. Moen and Lee Renfro.
Governors ah well an crnumed hearts
have a certain etiquette about return
ing official visits and this is one of
the reasons there are three governors
in town today. Governor Withycombe
did the right thing by unending state
fairs in Washington and Idaho and
now Governor Alexander of Idaho and
Governor Lister of Washington ure here
taking iu the state fair attractions and
visiting iu the city, (loveruor Lister
says he finds a strong Wilson sentiment
everywhere, particularly among the far
mers and laboring men, and that there
is a general feeling to let well enough
alone and allow the present adminis
tration to continue in power.
The following were registered at the
Capital hotel yesterday: Norman Me
llenzie, Estacndn; X. .1. Cherringtou.
Dallas; A. B. McCuleb, Monmouth; A.
G. Volpp and wife, Oregon City; J.
H. Ilellburg, Oregon City; o. K. Ker
man, Sheridan; 1). L. l.ongneckor and
wife, McMinnville: .1. '. Follette, llills
boro; M. K. Baldwin, ilillsboro; A. Bar
nard, Independence; ('. W. Babcoclc,
Albanv; J. C. McKoen. Yamhill; Jonas
IJeetz, Aurora; Forest Hostetlcr, Hub
bard; T. Thompson, llnlsey; Anton
Gislcr, Scio; A. A. Johnson, Farming
ton; Win. louglas, Aumsville; S. O.
Myers, Stnyton; H. Gardner, Whiteson.
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Many Young People
who have done this in the past
are today in good business posi
tions we have more calls for
help now than we are able to
MONDAY, OCT. 2, we start new
classes in nil subjects. This is
the time to start -that useful
course that you have, been think
ing of so long. I)o it, and n
year from now you will be ready
to hold a desirable position.
liegister and secure books Satur
day afternoon, if you can.
- SALEM, OREGON
to Boil .
BEEF TO ROAST
io & i2y2c
ROUND LOIN AND
2 Pounds for
371 State Street
Mrs. Frank Powell of Albany who
has received many compliments on her
singing at the fair grounds, sang this
afternoon and has been invited to gi.o
a number this evening at the I101-0
Archie Crisp, who entertained a lot
of people in his climbing of the Mey
ers' department store ami the court
house, left this morning for San Fran
cisco, going by way of Fluvcl. He says
he will climb the St. Francis hotel and
the Call building.
The tame of the delicious loganber
ry juice is traveling fnr and wide. To
day V. S. Ilvnon is iu receipt of a let
ter from C. A. liobertson, written from
Chicago, ns follows: "Wo are grndmil
ly getting to know abone loganberry
.juice. F.veryboily likes it and ever -body
envs it surpasses grape juice 'n
ever way. It surely has a wonderful
future. Many of the finest grocery
houses are demonstrating it and there
is favorable talk heard everywhere. I
am proud of Salem for having discov
ered this wonderful beverage which
seems to me to be the finest drink oil
ue in music circles. iniimeut or tne season is piuuueii.
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The claims made by the Marion Creamery as to the excellence of Marion Butter is substantiated by the decision of the Fair Judges.
It is hardly necessary to say that wc feel highly pleased and greatful because of this official recognition.
The public is entitled to the best butter that human skill and modern improved machinery can produce. It will always be our aim
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Marion Creamery & Produce Company
P. G. DECKEBACH, President.