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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1916)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1916.
"NEW DRESS GOODS," NEW RIBBONS," "NEW LACES," "NEW VEILS," "NEW UNDERWEAR," "NEW HOSIERY"
ii "NEW FALL FOOTWEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN," "NEW FURNISHINGS FOR MEN AND BOYS"
A Fashion Display of Unusual
P Stylish Suits, Coats,
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f Dresses, Waists and
An assortment of modish garments that would be a credit
to towns twice the size of Salem. The season's favored
colorings and fashion's latest style tendencies are shown in
this varied assortment of Women's and Misses Ready-to-Wear.
The largest and finest assortment in the city.
SPECIAL SALE PRICES ON WOMEN'S SILK DRESSES
SALE OF FINE SILK WAISTS up to $13.50, choice $4.69
An excellent showing of new Silkolines and
figured Sateens for the making of Comforts. .
16 2-3c to 45c a yard
Cotton and Wool Batts for Comforts All Wool
Oregon made Batts, anti-moth processed, 2 pound
size $2.50; pound size $3.75.
Blankets and Comforts in wide variety.
Wednesday Surprise Sale No. 815. October 4th
An Offering of Dainty Fancy Aprons
Neat, well made Aprons in a new style of a good
grade cross bar cloth finished with red or blue
stitching around apron and pockets. These
would make excellent and inexpensive holiday
gifts. Special price next Wednesday. . 29c each
Sale starts at 8:.0. See window display
QUALITY AND SERVICE
All Around Town
Oct. 4-5-0 Marion County In
Oi't. 1. City bowling league
Oct. 13. Inauguration of Dr.
Carl Gregg Doner as presi
dent of Willamette Vniversi
t.r. October 10-17. Degree of Hon
Oct. 1X19 Maceabee conven
tion, October 17-20. BanHt state
ovemuer u. iuy primary
November 7. Presidential elec
Bring your agates Come to be pol
ished. Gardner & Kcene, Jewelers,
Under the direction of the Industrial
i Aid society of the church, the Haptist
; church is undergoing, general renova-,
i tiun and repairs, preparatory to tlid
j meeting of the Oregon Baptist state
convention which will come to Salem
I October 17-20. -Miss Minnetta Alagers,1
who is in charge of the music is pre-:
; paring special music1 for the occasion, i
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I Dr. E. Meurlc Roberts, osteopathic
I physician, 309 Masonic bldg., phone 409
I The church people who hare restaur-!
ants at the state fair have been doing
, what might be termed a land office.
' business. The Christian church restaur
ant .the largest on the grounds, served
meals to 1500 Wednesday and 1525
Thursday. The Methodist ladies have
also been doing all the business their
I smaller quarters could handle, serving
1 !." Wednesday.
Notice to Farmers
Woodry the auctioneer will sell
your farm stock. Sales for 2
per cent and guarantee satisfac
tion. Phone 511.
I will pay you the highest
cash price for your used jfurni
ture. rhone 511, Woodry the
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glassc-
correctly. U. S. Bank. Bld'.
Otto Mathewson, committed from
Multnomah county, e Vapid Trout the
state hospital for the insane yesterday
by filing the bars itnm the window of
his bedroom. He had secreted the file
while working with a gang.
....Dr. F. H. Thompson has his offices
remodeled and specializes in Ear, Nose,
Eye and Throat. 414 Bank of Com
Stand by Your Eyes
and They Will Stand by You
That perfect understanding of one woman toward
another and of a woman toward a child, combined
with a thorough knowledge of what the eye re
quires, insures to women and children careful and
proper prescription of eyeglasses by
Miss A. McCulIoch, Optometerist,
20S-209 Hubbard Building Phone 109
Dr. Stone's Drug Store for tmsses. j
Between 400 and 500 visitors a day
has been the rule at the prison and the!
asylum this week. I
Dr. L. O. Alt man, homeopathic phy
sician. 2!ti N. Liberty. Phone 147.
Two drunks arrested yesterday and
lequirod to deposit $10 bonds each lor
their npcaraiice this morning failed to
show up. 1
Dr. Stone makes no charge for con
sultation, examination or prescription.
To remember the Indian plays
"tilery of the Morning." ltiuwatha ' '
to be given at Ye Liberty theatre next'
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday ev
enings. By North Salem Woman club.
Dr. R. T. Mclntlre, physician and
surgeon, 214 Masnnie bl.lg. Plume 410.
The latest aspirant for city official
honors is K. W. Stuhbs, w,0 filed with
the city recorder yesterday notice of
his candidacy for alderman from the
You will be satisfied with the change
trv Hvarade cii!ar
letu made 5 cents.
for Sunday Sa
The regular 4 o'clock meeting of the
W. C. T. P. will be held in the Kamp
building. Commercial and Kerry streets
at the usual hour Sunday afternoon.
An invitation is extended to all.
No finer stock anywhere than at
Martman Bros. Co., jewelers and sil-j
versniiths. State and Liberty. I
j Drink Ccreo, the lltiuld food, the
; bealth drink. Ask your grocer. tf
The fourth game In the Salem-Mc-
Minuville baseball series will be played
at Mc.Miunville tomorrow afternoon.
; The I.ojns and their friends are going
i over to the Yamhill town with the in
j tention of bringing homo the bacon.
1 Salem's most reliable jewelers, Gard
iner & Kcene.
They came all the way from Alaska
I to attend the Oregon state fair. V. G.
Hutterwick of Fairbanks. Alaska, is
i registered at the Capital hotel and K.
j A. Allen ami wife of Chimin, Alaska,
are also stopping a tew days and enjoy-
i ing the tair.
Leading jewelers and silversmiths
; Uartman Bros. Co., successor to Barr's.
The Spaulding Logging company now
has 15 men working on the extension
I of its railroad near Black Hock. This
: road will reach the mill ' holdings at
the headwaters of the Little Luckia-
inute in the Const ranee mountains and
I will be ready lor operation early next
i Have you registered at the city hall
! for the city primary Nov. lithf I would
, like vour vote for citv recorder, i'.arl
1 The following were .registered yes
! terday at the Capital hotel: E. E.
i Grosh'ong. silverton; I.. L. Loree, Chas.
Kay and ,T. 1. Belt of Williiniina ; IF.
; 1. Tcdford, llillsboro; August Leonard,
Tomer; .T. ).. Dunn and wife of Kings
I Valley; C. .1. Walker, Monmouth.
, Next Monday is the day that regu-
j lar fall work begins at the t upital
j Business college. There will be new
classes in all departments. A large en
rollment is expected.
An alarm turned In at 6:18 this morn
ing took the fire department out to
179 Market street, where a busy little
blaze was found in the roof of the res
idence of A. 1?. .la.-obs, the result of a
burning flue. The property, which was
only slightly danagcr, Is owned by Mrs.
AU interested in painting, either in
oil or water colors, or in drawing,
should make arrangements to study
with Mr. I'atu Meyers, recently of
the Art Institute of Chicago. Mr. Mey
ers will be at the Frame shop & Hiftcry
415 Court S:., Tuesday alter 10 a. in
to register pupils.
The Woodmen of the World, at their
meeting last evening made arrange
ments to visit the W. O. W. lodge at
Silverton Monday evening and Dallas
Tuesday evening. These meetings with
the valley lodges are in the way of in
vitations to attend the big event in
Salem October 11, when I. 1. Bunk,
head consul of the lodge ami other high
officials will spend a day ami evening
in the city.
Dr. Mendelshon wishes to announce
that owing tiA remodeling his office he
has been unable to take care of his pa
trons; but will have them in shape so
as to resume his practice next week.
The salem branch of the National
Hughes alliance will meet Monday ev
ening at the republican headquarters.
115 .North High street. Permanent of
ficers will be elected at this meeting
and plans discussed for an active cam
paign. R. C. Bishop is president of the
local organization and Mrs. Irene St.
; Helens, vice president. Walter L. Tooze
There's No Use of Writing
a business firm for a position. A
course at this school will afford
the necessary experience to hold a
Next Monday, we begin new
classes in all subjects Shorthand,
Stenotypy, Commercial Law, Arith
metic Business. English, Etc.-
This Is the Time to begin a course
of study that will enable you to
realize on your investment a year
Salem-Independence Auto '.?
EDMDNDSON & BUKNEB, Props
$ Phone 059 or 1235
Leaves Salem, cor. State and
Liberty Street daily, 8:00 a. m.,
11:00 a. m., 2:30 p. w. and
6:00 p. m.
Leaves Independence opposite
9:00 a. m., 12:30 p. m., 4:00 p. m
and 7:00 p. m.
Extra Cars for Country Trips.
First-class work. All kinds
of repairing. All work guar
anteed. Twenty-five years'
experience. Leave orders at
Wylio B. Allen Co., phone 1167.
Besidence phone 1405.
J. E. IIOCKETT,
015 Highland Avenue.
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II Awarder. FIRST PRI7F. In RiitlW Pnnhcf at flip OfPornn la fp Fair
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state organizer will address the meet
The opening of the fair gates on Sun-
day moves the Uov. Carl II. Elliott of
the First Presbyterian church to chanje
the subject of his evening sermon to
' Keeping Holy Day.''
Although there has not been much
talk about the five cent loaf of bread
getting smaller in Salem, there is a
more serious thing than the inlvan-"
in bread looming low ou the lioriMi,
although on account id' its "low via
bility" it cannot be dearly seen nt
present. And that is. (lie Thanksgiving
turkey is likely to be roosting hih
and along with it the high price of eat
ing the national bird, as a I'ortlan)
commission house is already offeri ig
from 22 to 24 cents pn foot, mid 2'I
The First Baptist church of this city
will re joice Sunday in a renin ated a id J
Unproved building. I'ndt'r the direction
of the Woman's Industrial society the
biiild'iig has been cleaned throughivit
and several floors painted. The floor
in the main auditorium has been f u
isheil in oil nnd varnish and a new
Krussels carpet is being laid in tile
ilisles and around the margins of 1 "
pews. The nuiin auditorium was clos
ed Inst Sun. lav but will be in use next
Sunday. A neivlv organized choir un
der the leadership of Miss .Minnetta
Magics will have charge of the music
al part of the services. The church and
Sunday school and yonilg people's so
ciety are planning for rally day on Oc
tober S. '
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 we feel highly pleased and grateful 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 to
serve our patrons accordingly -and in return we sincerely hope to earn their confidence and good will.
Marion Creamery & Produce Company
P. G. DECKtrBACIi, President