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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOII RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1916.
"W. B. Corsets"
"Salem's Big Department Store"
Prices on Women s
Silk StlitS and Silk Dresses
We have collected for easy choosing a large number of
stylish Silk Suits and Silk Dresses made in desirable
models of fine quality fabrics and popular colors. . On ac
count of the season being late we have decided to take a
loss, so out they go at a sweeping price of
Formerly priced up to $39.85
A splendid assortment of Flannelette Garments in
the popular colored stripe patterns. Well made
and kinds that will wash satisfactorily.
Night Shirts, priced at ... . $1.00, $125 and $1.50
New Scarfs, Toques,
Tarns, Sweaters and
a worthy assortment
of Infants knit goods
await your selection.
Be ready for the
frost and prevent a
Women's Stylish Boots
An excellent assortment of the season's
favored kid top Boots in botton or lace.
Shown-in plain colors, also in color com
binationsdark vamp with lighter top.
Priced $6.00 and up
v We Sell Grover Comfort Shoes
Ask to see the new seamless, plain toe, lace
Shoe with rubber heels, at $3.50
You'll find a complete line
of the newest Petticoats
in Silks and Cotton. A
wide range of colors in
dark, medium ana even
ing colors. .
Sale Prices This Week On
Here's a timely sale of
good wool Underwear a
desirable winter weight
in white only. Union
Suits or two piece style.
Supply your needs this
week at sale prices.
$1.25 and $1.50
QUALITY AND SERVICE
1 - JhTTZ
- WEDNESDAY SURPRISE SALE NO. 818
An Immense Sale of
Women's Silk Hand
kerchiefs, 3 for 50c
This is positively the biggest Handkerchief event of the
year. New, dainty Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs in
white or colors. Colored borders and flowered borders,
with plain white centers Handkerchief s of one color in
yellow, bright blue, pink, green, etc. A really wonderful
assortment to choose from. Take your pick next Wednes
day . .
3 for 50c
See the window display.
:ir Prepare for Xmas.
All Around Town
-.- MM MMIMM
Tol. O. E. 8; Wood address
at Opera House.
Oct. SI Last day for registra
tion. Oct. 23. Cord-Rumniel recital
October 23. Senator Chamber-
bin at Grand Opera House.
Oct. 24. Six O'clock club meet
at M. K. church 6:30 p. m.
Oct. 30. First annual nicotine
of Salem Floral Society ut
wet. ;Kov. 4. "Dress l'p
Week" in Salem.
Oct. 81 Henator (Jure of Okla
homa at Opera house.
Nov. 1. Vuited Artisan home
coming. November 6. City primary
Norembcr 7. Presidential eloe-
Nov. 10. Victrola Grand Opera
Concert, 11 Trovutore, at Pub
Nov. 11. Football, Salem hifih
i-hool vs. Kueene high.
Nov. 18. Football, Willamette
University vs. Pacific, Uni
versity, Willamette Field.
Or. E. Meuric Boberls, osteopathic
physiciun, 309 Masonic bldg. Phone 409
Dwight Mlsner announces that he will
receive today a carload of model 85 Ov
erland cars equipped with cantilever
springs and that they will be ready for
buyers early next week.
Your gift with our imprint needs no
further recommendation. Set your
watch by our street clock. Gardner &
Keene, Salem's most reliable jewelers.
James Murphy, business representa
tive of the Oregonian, who lind a joint
fruit stand with H. C. O'Neill at the re
cent etnte fair, was given judgment ves
terdny for 10.35 in Justice Webster's
court aKuinst II. C. O'Neill. Murphv al
leged he bought supplies for the stand
to the amount of $48.
Don't forget to rote for Adolph A.
Cincffroy for city recorder, ilv slogan
is "No deputy." Adv.)
The Moose are preparing for a big
time next Tuesday evening at the initia
tion of dictator Benjamin Brick and
other officers recently fleeted. No
tices are being sent out by Secretary
Donald W. Miles requesting all loyal
Moose to be on hmirt Tnm.inv
Joseph, where she attended the hear- at the Moose hall and to be sure nml
ngs of the board regarding water rights bring their families as there will be a
rrederick S. Lamport, lawyer, has
moved to No. 212 13, Hubbard bldg. tf
The Rev. H. O. StOTer, pastor of the
Central Congregational church, will
speak this evening at the Salvation
Army hall ou Court Btreet.
Chaa. B. Hodgkin, general insurance,
301 Hubbard building. Phone .'ISO.
Tom Ordemann will leave In a few
days for a seven months' visit in the
enHt, combining pleasure and business.
His visit will be mostly in New York
City with relatives.
AiunsriUe tonight, Salem music, larg
est floor, best out of town dunce.
Miss Marguerite Mora, lerretarv nt
the state water board, returned from
Drink Oereo, the nquia food,
health drink. Ask your grocer.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, flu glaasc
m torroetly. U. 8. Bank. Bldj.
Mrs, Henry Lee returned this morning
from Portland, where she has been visit
ing at the home of her brother, I,
Ruby Cornell, corporation clerk In
the corporation department of the secre
tary of stato's office, went to Portland
today to attend the (). A. ('.-University
of Nebraska game. She, expects to chee'r
for Nebraska, so it is suid-
iree iianqucr, a splendid musical enter
tainuieut and a good time.
The Modern Shoe Repair Co. is now
located at 464 Court St., 2 doors west
of old stand. Opposite Wells Fargo Co.
- f oct21
Prof. J. O. Hall, of Willamette uni
versity, will speak tomorrow evening
at the First Methodist church. His topic
will be "The White Stone."
Get into line boost Salem by smok
ing La Corona cigars.
W. P. Morse, living on the Fruitland
road about a mile aud a half from town
is reported seriously . ill. Yesterday
afternoon he was visited by several
brother members of the Knights of
Dr. Stone's Drug Store for trusses.
Judge Kelly held court this morning
at 10 o'clock and disposed of the ense
of George W. Myers, who was indicted
by the grand jury of operating a pool
hall without a license. The case was
dismissed on motion of the district at
torney on account of insufficient evi
dence and because, the defendant prom
ised not to permit minors to enter his
place of business.
J. A. Kapphahn the well known taxi
driver is buck on the rent service. My
motto is the same as before, courtesy to
nil; 5 or 7 passenger cars. Phone days
13, night 8S2, stand Hubbard building.
Sundin the Tailor is now located at
347 State street, watch his windows.
G. W. Hubbs, real estate dealer of Sil
verton, has returned from nn extended
busines strip to Seattle- He was in the
county recorder's office today to record
several instruments relating to real es
tate deals he consummated while there.
A. C. DeVoe the shoe man Is now
located at 279 North Commercial.
Yesterday marked the high water
mark for the Southern Pacific car short
age and the public service commission
received the report that the company
was 21S2 shy and that only 30S cars
Dr. Stone makes no charge for con
sultation, examination or prescription.
N. R. Fulton was charged this after
noun with obtaining money under false
pretenses iu giving a false bill of sale
for a bicycle to A. A- Mouroe of North
Salem on October 15. It was discovered
today that the bill of sale was false.
Fulton is believed to be iu Portland. -
The tone control, first used on the
Sonora, by which the music may swell
and die away at will, is a fascinating
and exclusive and patented feature;
this control over the expression adding
greatly to the pleasure of the listen
er. Myrtle Know land, 421 Court St.-
Johnson's Hat Works, Phone 1979,
room i Glen hotel. Hats cleaned, block
ed and renovated. Huts called for and
Miss Edna Stevens, of Silverton, and
Miss Alta Morley, also of Silverton,
have enrolled in the Capital Business
college. Miss Stevens is taking the
English course and Miss Morley the
business course. Miss Kdith Kuini,
whose home is in Mnrshficld, has re
turned to take up her, work in the col
lege. Dr. L. G. Altman, homeopathic phy
sician, 2iK N. Liberty. Phone 117.
Salem will have the opportunity of
hearing two United t Sates senators next
week. Senator Chamberlain will speak
Monday evening at the opera house and
Senator Jones, of Washington, is billed
to speak Tuesday evening at the same
place. The date for Senator Lane bus
been cancelled and he will not spenk
in Snleui this campaign.
Vetch and cheat feed for sale, at
Cherry City Flouring Mills.
The last chance to register for the
city election is this evening until V
o'clock, as city recorder's office will be
open until this hour for the turdy ones.
Anyone who has registered either this
year or in 1015 are not obliged to qual
ify again provided they are living iu the
same ward. City registration is per
manent unless the residence litis been
Dr. R. T. Mclntire, physician and
surgeon, 214 Masonic bldg. phone 440.
Mrs. Harry McDowell leaves Salem
today to join lier husband, who is en
gaged in building a house on the Fred
Durbiu ranch neur Switzerland. Mr.
McDowell has put up n burn, silo, unci
other small buildings on the Durbiu
ranch nml is rushing the building of the
house in order to complete it while the
fine weather lasts.
J. W. Cox respectfully asks the sup
port of the voters of Salem for the of
fice of city recorder at the coming pri
maries, Nov. lltt". (I'd. Adv.)
During the week of October 13-19,
two fatal accidents were reported to the
industrial accident commissiou. A to
tal of 205 accidents were reported in
nil. The fatalities were: A. l.encli.
killed iu a Klnmnth Falls sawmill, and '
At 255 ('enter street on Monday,
Oct. 23, at 1:30 p. in., consisting
of House and Lot; ('flickering
Piuno nearly new; and all of
Household Furniture. See Satur
day papers for full particulars.
S. E. Yantis, Owner.
F. N. Woodry, Auctioneer,
Household Furniture. Woodry
tho Auctioneer will pay highest
cash price for same. Phone 511.
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First-class work. All kinds
of repairing. All work guar
anteed. Twenty-five years'
experience. Leave orders at
Wylie B. Allen Co., phono 1187.
Residence phone 1405.
J. E. HOCKETT,
915 Highland Avenue,
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It is probable that within a short
time a male quartette or octette w 'I
be organized from Ringers of the K It
lodge. Exalted Buler Lachmund hi
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Ruck. Of the accidents reported 2.(0
were subject to the provisions of the
Jesse Millet was tried yesterday ev
ening in the municipal court on a
charge of bootlegging, m found guilty
and fined $25. He was tried by a jury
which recommended leniency. He was
not able to pay the fine ami was re
manded to juil. Officers White and
Varney were the principal witneses
and brought in evidence marked mon
ey nnd the bottle of liquor sold.
Dr. M. C Findley has been appointed
by the chief surgeon of the Southern
Pacific ruilroad as oculist and aurist
for this territory. The doctor held a like
position for 10 years with the company
before coming to Salem. Hereafter, em
ployes of the Southern Pacific requiring
special enre of the eyes, ears and thiout
will receive their treatment in Salem
instead of going to Portland.
Now that the summer has passed and
the fall months half gone, tho Knights
of Pythias are l'liinniiiir for a vicorous
winter campaign not only for members
members and after this coinmittS
makes its report, the fortunate ones w il
he turned over to Dan l.ungeulierg f r
AunurviUe tonight, Salem music, larg
est floor, best out of town dance.
Next Monday evening those who
would like to take a few primary lessoi "
iu wrestling uud also in boxing will )c
given an opportunity at the Y. M. C. .
). E. Finnzke, once cimmpmn wrest)-r
of the northwest will instruct in wrest
ling anil L. H. Compton will tench t-'O
beginners nil about guards and uppei
cuts. In the room below the Y. M. C. A.
there has been placed a wrestling nifit.
Mr. Compton nnd Mr. Franzke wish i.ll
interested in wrestling and boxing to
know that these first lessons will lie f.ir
beginners and thnt Monday is the tie o
to get iu on the first lesson.
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES SALE
Notice is hereby given thnt on Sat
urday, October 2S. 1111 if. 1 will of f r
for sale to the highest bidder, for cash,
all counters show cases, stoves, eooV
ng utensils, dishes nnd equipment ne-
out tor rue general entertainment of all , ,: r ,,1.r,.,i;1, . ,i, h,,sii.,v
associated with the lodge. These plans i ,., .i t j-mi Court street, under tho
were discussed ut a meeting last even-1 nme of t)lfl ,Tj,nev Coffee Cluh, sn-h
ing and just to get the drill team in , snlp 1n i, h(.1(1 nt' m Court street :it
practice, it was decided to attend a ' thc llmll. llf . vio, k a. m.
meeting at Independence Monday ov-1 W. 11. Till NDLE, Assignee,
ening and put on some special degree oet-7
I Can You Read This Ad?
Peculiar question isn't it?
If the letters blur while you are reading come to
me and I WILL GIVE YOU RELIEF.
My Glasses are made to relieve eyestrain.
Miss A. McCulloch Optometrist
208-209 Hubbard Building Phone 109
Dr. F. H. Thompson now specializes i 1 1
in cur, eye, nose and throat, 414 Bank
of Commerce bldg. octSl
Tonight at the opera house at 8
o'clock, Col. C. E. S. Wood, of Portland,
will discuss the issues of the present
campaign from a democratic, standpoint.
'! nuuu is u iinisneu orator not only
ii. ! Oil ItlA Vtnlitwnl tiitltln. f
Tarler. She reports that Mrs. Tarley, but also an authority on Oregon history
who has been seriously ill, is recovering, and general literary' topics.
CHIROPRACTIC IS THE
Tf your spine is right, you are right.
Those who have tried every old method
and found no relief should trv Chiro
practic and get well. Many hundreds
of grateful patients in Salem and else
where cau substantiate my statements.
Six adjustments will be given for the
small fee of 5.00. Difficult cases,
which require X-ray examinations and
Spinographs can obtain them at a nom
inal fee. Only expert Sinograph work.
A talk with the old Chiropractor may
lead you to health and happiness; act
T. H. MAT, D. C.
Hubbard Building Phone 572
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