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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, ' SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1916.
W. B. Corsets--Munsing and Merode Underwear-Onyx HorieryL'-JKhJ!&
Y6u can Positively Save
Money on your Ready -to- '
Wear purchases at Meyers
And get the very best in style, fabrics and tailoring. We
take particular pride in tkis big department for it continues
to please scores of women daily. It is said by customers,
to offer the best assortment of garments in this section, for
customers come from miles around to purchase from this
big stock. "There must be a reason."
New Sun-Fast Drapery Fabrics
Just received a shipment of new fade-proof drapery fabrics36-inches wide
and can be had in blue, green, brown or mulberry colors. Priced 50c per vd.
Also new lot of double faced figured Draperies in pretty colorings, same
pattern on both sides of cloth.
Large stock of new Cretonnes, Scrims, Madras, Marquisettes and Scrim
Voile, or Marquisette (ready made) Curtains.
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QUALITY AND SERVICE
taking purlors, returned yesterday from
a trip to 1'ortland.. They came by mo
Glenn Unnih, attorney of this city,
who lias been down at Dayton attend
ing to bis prunes, was in Salem yea-
ii-ruH.v rur g. snprt visit. He returned
this morning to finish harvesting the
cftp, which he says is a fine one.
The temperature, as recorded at the
u. c. 1. company 's dock, has been
gradually rising and yesterday the max
imum was (18 degrees and the minimum
42.' There has been no change in the
uciyiu oi me river tor OTer a week.
CondiJoins in the local hop market
remains practically the same as they
weie naiuruay. me Hop growers' asso
ciation reports the manuestation of
considerable activity, with no deals be
ing closed, the price continuing steady
at from 11 to 11 3 cents.
The official score of the membership
of the membership contest between the
Sulem and Kugene Y. M, associations
is as follows: Kugene 34,M)0; (Salem
102, S20. tieneral Klliott defeated Gen
eral Rowland by 'about forty thousand
points, which was more than Kugene
A. M. Clough, the county coroner, mo
tored to Mill City Sunday to bring Mrs.
Workman, daughter of Mrs. Margaret
White, who died here .Saturday morn
ing, to this city. Mr. Clough reports
the roads excellent except four- miles
this side of Mchaiuu, which he says is
rocy and rough and needs lots of work.
The car shortage combined with other
things has resulted in an increase in
W. B. Chance, deputy labor commis
sioner, has just returned from an inspec
tion of plants in Klamath county.
C. B. Webb, of Webb and Clough, un
dertaking parlors, was out hunting yes
terday and bagged four birds. "He says
the game is quile scarce and that the
birds are a long ways between. He savs
they are running single and not in pairs.
As an evidence of the promptness and
efficiency of the W. A. Liston Insur
ance agency, it is noted that this morn
ing a check for $1,1U0 was received to
cover the loss by fire of the dwelling
of Antone Gehrmnn, at Hazel Green,
cast or tins city, last Sunday.
The case of S. T. Northcutt, 'an old
man of Turner, who was first declared
incompetent to handle his business af
fairs by County Judge Bushey but who
was declared competent by Judge Gal
loway, which decision was appealed
from by Northcutt 's daughter, came up
before the Oregon supreme court this
afternoon. Judge C. 1.. McNary argued
ine case, wnicn nas Ueen in the .Marion
county courts for over two years.
A churchful of interested people list
ened to the lecture of Wm. I,, yinlay,
state biologist, at the First Congrega
tional church last night. Mr. Finlay's
lecture was illustrated by moving pic
tures, showing birds, angling scenes.
antelope and elk. Mr. Finlay's work as
a co-operating agent of the state fish
and game commission and the depart
ment of public instruction is very valu
able to the state. He will deliver- the
lecture at Dallas tonight.
SALEM'S EYE SPECIALIST BEGINS
HIS SIXTH YEAR OF SUCCESSFUL PRACTICE
RepairB are being made on the steam
er Grey Eagle, of the Spaulding Log
ging company's river fleet, in prepara
tion or the opening of the towing sea-
,1... i i a i iduii. iiiu ntcainer win oe eugageu in
nic price or cord wood in tins marKot. .; i ,i
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First-class work. All kinds
of repairing. All work guar
anteed. Twenty-five yours'
experience. . Leave orders at
Wylie B. Allen Co., phono 1187.
Residence phono 1405.
J. K. HOCKETT,
915 Highland Avonue.
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EDMUND SON BURNEE, Props
- phone 959 or 12S5
Leaves ' Salem, cor. State and
Hi Liberty Street daily, 8:00 a. m.,
: 11:00 a, m 2:30 p. m. and
0:00 p. m.
4c Leaves Independence opposite '
'J:00 a. m., 12:80 p. m., 4:00 p. m.
' and 7:00 p. m.
t Fare, 50c t
Extra Can for Country Trips.
All Around Town
M "- 4Htn Mrrrnr
Oct. 9. City bowling leaguo
Oct. 11. 1. I. Iloak, Head Con
sul, W. O. W., in the city.
Oct. 13. Inauguration of Dr.
Carl Gregg Doney as presi
dent of Willamotto Uuiversi
October 10-17. Degrco of Hon-
October 17-20. Burrfiit stute
November 0. City primary
November 7. Presidential election.
When In 1ALEM, OREGON, stof at
Free and Private Baths
KATES: 75c, 11.00, 11.50 FEB DAI
The only hotel in the business district
Nearest to all Depots, Theatre and
A Home Away From Horn.
T. a. BLian, Pro
Both Phones. Free Auto Bis.
The picking of apples will begin this
"week at the Wnilnce Fruit farm. The
weather, according to I'ntil Wallace,
Ji-anager, has been fine for harvesting
fruit., A good crop of apples is expected j bard building,
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits giasse
s eorreotly. U. 8. Bank. Bid.'.
L. S. Qeer, of tho Oeer-Kreuirer Pur.
niture store, returned from a business
trip to Portland this morning. He left
Duiuraajr for tho Hose Cirj.
Drink Cereo, tlie liquid food, the
health drink. Ask your grocer. tf
Spaulding Logging company's mill
is shut down today on account of boiler
flues springing n leak Sunday. It is ex
pected the mill will resume work Tues
Donald Miles and C. Z. Bandall have
moved their law office to room 203 Sa
lem Hnuk of Coinmerco bldg. - octlo
A small roof fire at the residence of
(1. II. Sellers, liss SouHi Liberty street,
culled tho department out n't about
12:30 this afternoon.
A season of fine entertainment for
I. Salem Lyceum Course.
A piece of window dressing that is
nttiiicting much admiring attention is
that nt the bicycle store of A. II. Moure
Keith White is the artist responsible
F. H. Reeves, attorney at law, has
moved to the fourth floor of the Hub-
Second growth fir is now selling for
$4.50 a cord in four foot length, and
old iir is selling lor $j..)0. The price of
four foot oak is $6.00. This is an in
crease of 50 eents a cord.
All the music stores are selling tick
ets to the l.vceinii coarse.-ijit.OO each.
John Gleason, of Lewiston, Idaho; R
Nines, of Alliance, Neb., ami L. Hoyt
Brown, of i'ortland, are out of town
h is who lire registered at the Salem
Idks'. club rooms.
Cabbage wanted for kraut. Call and
make arrangements. Gideon Stolz Co.
The board of directors of the Salem
Commercial club meet this evening in
the Commercial club rooms. It is ex
pected that a number of questions of in
terest will come up before the board.
Frank H. ShedeoJr, candidate for city
iniushiill primaries Nov. 0th. oct 10
ine regular meeting of the Salem
school boKid will be held this evening
I.. ,i.a .l t . n
iii mo uiim u m me scnool suiierinteu
dent in tho Salem high school build-iiiK-
So far as is known there is noth
ing of special interest to come up at
Smoke and enjoy yourself L Coro
na cigars tor men of good taste.
Representative Wims C. Hawley,
who is campaigning- in the first nn.
gresslomil rtistrift for re-election to
congress in November, speaks at Leb
anon this evening and tomorrow will
be in Independence, probnblv Mon.
mouth, and in Dallas Tuesdav evening.
Judge Powell of Pendleton will nlso be
one of tho speakers. Mr. Hawley 's Itin
erary will keep him busy
time of the election
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn, who has been in Salem for the
last five years, now owns a beautiful home situated in one
of Salem's most exclusive building districts, and says:
"Salem is a good enough place for any one." And in
tends to continue his practice in Salem.
He has recently rented additional rooms in the United
States National Bank Bldg. and has enlarged his offices
and arranged them to best suit his practice. Not only
has. the Doctor enlarged his offices, but he has bought a
large amount of new office equipments, among them, the
latest instruments for the correction of defective eye
sight that science can produce. These new instruments
are installed at an outlay of hundreds of dollars, but the
satisfaction of knowing that you are absolutely always
right in your treatment and correction of defective vision
is worth the money, and each and every patron of Dr.
Mendelsohn's is always assured of getting correctly fitted
lenses at his office.
Dl MpTirlplsnTin ia a o-vnrlnnto nf morlimno fvmn
, , . urui uv numerous nunters trnm .nuivinv j. a um
He 1 XKJ fo 'hav-c8' ; ! Heidleburg College, but took up the practice of Optometry
feed tonight. gj "hat e noVb en b .in preference to that of medicine, as he says there-is a
g parade is being planned by the' b.pleve'1.ht the severe snow of larger field in the correction of defective eyesight than
5'n , ,. m. , , . last winter killed numbers of the old I a r i i mi ,. ,
siiveVn : i i T..T eve,n,,,R birds in tint they became the prey ofW other field. The Doctor.'s early training taught him
Miverton and Dallas Woodmen i .:m n..:...u m.- , J i t , , . v,, . , , , ,
,,"' J inoiuugmiess in every tmng ne aiiempiea ana nas ai
mer was also unfavorable to the young i i.v i ,,. ,.A
birds and it is believed numbers of them i ways been thorough in every case that came to his notice
perished ou this account. . j He never hesitates to offer advice along anything con-
An address on "The saxon and sea j nected in his line. This and many other reasons among
supremacy," by Rey. james Kivi.., was , them the very moderate charges he makes for his serv-
the treut ot the Salem minister at the'- -1.1 .1 , , . ,
egular weekly meeting of the minister- MCK IS respuilSlUie lOr Hie large practice ne nOW eniOyS.
- Dr. Mendelsohn has over fifteen thousand satisfied
mouth of the l.uckiamute to the mill
here. The work w ill begin as soon as the
river rises, which will be about No
vember. Captain T. B. Jones, who has
been enptain of tlio Grev Encle and
A. A. Mickle, Southern Pacific freight i"jni?Irl 'i?,ene,or ab,;ut- 15 y?nr9.'
agent, who was ill the latter part .( .TuTZ b""7 'boUt
last week with, a severe cold, is about
his work again at the freight house.
When he arrived at the office he found
a fine China pheasant on his desk all
Hunters are reporting the game to be
quite scarce, according to information
.brought by numerous hunters from
wiU welcome Head Consul I. I. Bonk,
who comes here on that date. A band
is to be secured and all threo camps
will appear in tho procession through
the city streets.
The time for filing petitions of can
didacy in the city jiiinmVies expired
October (i. Only one candidate of those
mentioned for various offices in the
city government 'failed to file his com
pleted petition m "time. This was F. A
Hoyington, who has been announced as
a candidate for nldeimaii 1 10111 the 5th
J. R. Fouch, of Travers City, Mich.,
arrived in Sulem yesterday on a busi
ness trip. He was a former resident of
Falls City and is well-known in the
Willamette valleve From here he will
go to Raymond, Wash. He left his home
111 .Michigan lust lhursdny morning and
has found exceptionally fine weather
all the way out west.
up to the
according to Hon-
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Taylor of 1317
Center street, uve grieving sorelv nt
the luss of their foster daughter, Rose
Austin, who died Sunday night of sui
coma cuueer. Nine weeks ago the little
girl was stricken with tins fatal dis
ease, which defies the best medical
skill. No hope was extended for her
recovery but she Imre her suffering
with patience nnd foitiitude. Shu leaves
besides her foster parent a. four little
sisters Kola, Marjurie, Margaret and
Helen. Just before she became ill she
wns planning to attend school at the
Washington junior high and was look
ing forward to the winter with keen
J. W. Jones, advertising manager
of the Capital Journal, will speak to the
business men's league Tuesday evening
at its regular monthly meeting on the
subject of "Advertising." Mr. Jones
is an expert in the' line of advertising
and it is expected he will give the bus
iness men a thoroughly interesting talk
After the address, matters of business
will eoiiio tip for discussion.
Fire this morning between 5 and 6
oVlock destroyed the prune dryer be
longing to Oscar Fry, about three miles
west of this city in Polk county. The
drier contained approximately seven
tons of prunes. Mr. 'Fry's loss is esti
mated to be in the neighborhood of $3,
000. It is understood that the dryer
was partially insured.
lal association at the Y. M. C. A. this
morning. A discussion of the program
for supplying the.stnte institutions with
prcuchers each week during tho year
was the main business of the session.
Arrangements were made to fill the
dates three Sundays in each month with
protostant ministers while the Cntholie
priest filled the fourth. A minister was
detailed each month for duty with the
.Miiem Hospital who is to be ready for
any emergency cult.
Adds to the
Joy of Living-
Launched at nnon today with a lunch
eon in the Y. M. C. A. rooms, the annunl
financial campnign of the Salem asso
ciation began with a rush that is ex
pected to carrv the committee through
to success in record breaking time.
KYirtv business men comprise the com
mittee that will raise the 0ls for
the coining year's work. The CBinpnign
is expected to last ubout ten days.
At eight o'clock this evening the
Snlem Rifle club will assemble in the
city hull for drill under Captain Rosen
berg. esterday the members of the
club were on the Nile range at Finzer
and the following qualified as marks
men under the National Rifle associa
ion rei'iilutions: II. A. Freehold, .1. (.
Kenneoii, .1. C. Mncy, Charles McCnr
ter, .1. T. Welch nnd A. Burleson, Next
Sunday these will shoot the . sharp
It isn't alone the delicious-
ly sweet nut-like taste of
r!fnnAIn 4-V - 4- linn
u,"l'rl,uls """ aictue bnion at the Oregon state fair, were
tne IOOCl ianiOUS, tnOUgh'"'ut b" express this morning to Full-
-a iman, wnsn.. wnere tney will take part
taoic iimnea iutu dpjJKdl, in the Northwest Laying contest. What
and gOeS a long Way. tucse lu'"8 wil1 ,l0 foreign territory
But with the zestful flavor ,n.?&'
there is in Grape-Nuts the ! ive xv Hshington hmwn a run as e it
entire nutriment of finest I"'" as the
wheat and barley. And this f , Dr- 3- H- White- and fanu1;.
, . i ,1 ; , . , 1 boy and a daughter, who left here a few-
inClUCleS the riCh mineral weeks ago to spend the w inter studying
patrons on his books today and they represent some of
the most severe cases of eye defects known to the prac
tice. .Among them were cases of children who if they
had not had the proper corrections made would have gone
through life in a very much handicapped way. He has
made the study of children's eyes a specialty and has suc
cessfully corrected thousands of children's eyes. He does
not use drugs or drops in making examinations and if
after making an examination he finds glasses are not
needed he will frankly tell you. Satisfaction is guaran
teed in every respect, and he will change your lenses free
of charge for one year if they are needed.
Dr. Mendelsohn will always be pleased to consult with
you in regard to your eye troubles, and will always give
you his honest opinion in regard to your particular case.
The Doctor extends a cordial invitation to all of his
friends and former patrons to visit his new offices any
time that they can conveniently do so.
Five of the record-breaking Oregon one Gcrninu submarine in the waters 1.1'f
Agricultural liens, which w ere on exhi-1 Nuntucket.
130 YOU SUFFER
"vTlien your kidneys are weak ami
torpid tlicy do not properly perform
their functions; your back aches
and you do not feel like- doing much
of anything. You are likely to be
uespunueni una to borrow troubl"
nin-n 4-1 i ,,t. ,.,1,, it i,i- ; 1 a ..i. ,u . .,,...,... 1 1. '
Clements uj. me gram, llcces- , "'"' " ,.:.""'. just as if you hadn't enoiHi nl
j 1. ui dnv on the Shasta limited to uttend the i.,j rv it! luun"
Sary for VIgOrOUS health funeral of his mother, Mrs. Margaret reai-V' P,"" fie a victim any lonwr.
the eTPatp?t lOV nf Hfp W1 wh li'1 Saturday night at U Jlle "I; U'llablo medicine, Hood's
TP a ui 1. i j L ''- k- W'ite left Sale... by an-! Snrsapanlla, rivcs strength and
HiVery table SnOUld nave tomobile and six davs later was in ! ,one to the kidneys and builds no
its daily ration of
"There's a Reason"
l.os Angeles, located in his school had
rooms, ami had the children started to 1
school. . ' I
Says Only One.
Newport, K. -I.. Dct. 0 Admiral '
(leaves today stated to the 1'nited 1'iess I
that ho was confident there was onlv
the whole system.
Hood's Sarsnpai-illa is a pcculinr
combination of roots, barks nnd
herbs. Xo other medicine acts like
it, because no other medicine has the
same formula or ingredients. Accept
110 substitute, but insist on bavins;
Hood's, and jret it today.
IN COMPETITION WITH HARD WHEAT FLOUR
m m .
was made into Bread by Clifford Irving, 459
THE STATE FAIR.
Union St, a boy of 13 yrs., and awarded first prize at
You can get the same result if you use
CITY PA TENT FLOUR. . 'mmc