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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCT. 27, 1916.
;W. B, Corsets" "Munsing Underwear"
Surprising Clearance Prices
on Women's Silk Suits 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
Women's Stylish Boots
An excellent assortment of the season's favored kid top
Boots in button or lace. Shown in plain colors, also in
color combinationsdark vamp with lighter top.
Priced $6.00 and up
We Sell Grover Comfort Shoes
Ask to see the new seamless, . plain toe, lace Shoe
rubber heels at
WANTED -An expert-
enced Dress Goods Sales
Lady. Apply to Supt
It tt lit tilt! Ktltittt JtJt? titittlttf
The brunch store of E. L. Stiff Sc
Hon, managed by Frank Richter, has
enjoyed such a largo business that it
wan necessary to have larger and bet
ter quarters and they have moved into
the building north, number 340 North
Commercial street, where they have a
larger display room beside a large
warehouse to store goods, where they
will carry a largo line of new furniture
and will take in used furniture as part
payment ou the new and allow the
highest prices possible.
It would pay to visit this store and
kcs for yourself tho many bargains in
luith new and used furniture.
349 North Commercial. Phone 508
Wonderful laundry work Since Peb
rurny tho Salem (Steam laundry has
been using the electric process in their
washroom. To demonstrate, see two
shirts at Joo Haines' store window,
305 State street. After sixty washings
they are hardly distinguishable from
new shirts of the same pattern. Why
not get the best laundry work to be
had. It costs no more. The Salem Steam
laundry, oldest, largest, best. tf
To be filled at
our market and
laugh at the high
cost of living.
An extra choice
meats for Satur-
day at prices
lower than any
in the city.
; Originators of
371 State Street
SAYS "A VOTE FOR ME
IS A VOTEF0R PEACE"
Candidate Hughes Says He
Would Win Respect of
By Perry Arnold.
( Tinted Proas stuff correspondent.)
Utica, N. Y Oct., -57. "A vote for
me is a vote for lasting peace, " Re
publican Nominee Chailes K. Hughes de
clared to an audience of 2,000 in I. uni
te rg theatre this afternoon. He again
attacked Necretnr of Wnr Bailor.
JV m 7mu mill i-iiin-iwiii vi urn Mil-
ministration in this matter indicates a '
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that the alternative of the policy of the
administration is the policy of war; it is
,.ni.l .!.,. - t, fJ i- v.,i , f. r
war. What a preposterous suggestion! ( ruran. e i,ou. ei.t to Dallas this morn
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tUll' JU1 lilt, IS K IU1C JU1 ItlSllliU
peace because it is a
vote fur mninrniii. 1
nig uiu iionur or ine couuiry, ior main-
tnining both self respect and esteem of
.11 .,i.ti..n nf .ho Mnith.
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kept out of wnr unless we have tho re
vipect of all other nations. Unless we
impress them with the firmness of our
nntiiinnl character we shall not he in a
position to secure the I'uvornlilu peace
conntrv can afford." ,",,r0 "''"' ,ln" "K" l,,,.r",l,e. ' Af
'Fii,n and courteous insistence onW '1 she will V 7 .ht!I"?' t
the rights of our citizens," as the basis I
'of his foreign policy.
Eaactmeut of a proper protective tnr
I "Fair governmental action to nil,"
and particularly with regard to capital
"Strict scrutiny of business organiza
tions" but "all busincMS to 1)0 treat
led fairly and justly."
i "A flag that protects the American
citizen in his lawful rights."
I "A domestic policy which looks to
'industrial peace and co-operation, not to
' industrial war."
F1CKL1N At her home, P195 North
Liberty street, Fridliv, October 27,
lllllt, Mrs. Rose Fickl'in, in her Soth
She is survived by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. 1.. Edwards, four brothers,
four sisters and two small children.
The funeral services will be held to
morrow' nfternoou at S o'clock from the
parlors of Rigdoit & Richardson.
BRl'NK At the Salem hospital, Fri
: day, October 27, 1!U0, William H.
Brunk, in his 72d year.
He is survived bv n wife, a son, W. H.
Brunk, Jr., of Oakland, Cal., and two
I daughters, Miss Prudence and Miss Mil-
died Brunk, of Salem.
! Funeral announcements have not been
; made, awaiting tho arrival uf the son
For tho liast eiiiht vears Mr, Brunk
. had made his home at SM-U State street.
He came of the Oremm pioneer family
of Bruuks, having crossed the plains
with bis father in 1S4U, settling and hv
ing for many years in Polk county. It
was just 67 . vears ago todav that with
his father he helped unload their ox
team wairons on the Brunk donation
land claim in Polk county just west of
Mr. ami Airs. T. L. Billingsley are
visiting in Eugene.
C. M. Becker and wife of Gervnis,
were Sulem visitors yesterday.
' -Miss Marie V. Lodge has $;onc
I'nrtlaud to spend the week-end.
Mrs. Harry Hawkins went to Albany
this morning to visit her parents.
1). W. Field wns in Portland Thurs
day registered at the Multnomah.
A. N. Moores was registered at the
Oregon hotel in Portland yesterday.
Louis Lachmuud went to Portland
this morning to attend the horse show.
Jack Rodgers was a passenger on the
Oregon Electric this morning for Ku
gene. The Rev. R. N. Avison went to Eu
gene this morning to visit his sou, who
is a student ot the university,
. , . . . . .1
Sir.nre B"""1 ". J f
National Insurance company, with bead-
n Port land, is in the city,
Ar J.U' N. Hrmv... of Sim man,
v" 1' Porep, of Portland, in-
. . .
w I Kuvnii i N Kimpi-iiitiiiinmir rT inn
Polk coiintv schools, was in the city yes'
",,u"tv . V- f v . f k
.Dennis, at Ail North High street
teidny visiting his iinugater, .Mrs. cert
his home at Salem Monday after a
lllllt JVIl., Built- iinioiiiL-ii irii jui
week spent in the Tilley vicinity. While
there he succeeded in killing two ruie
bucks. He was accompanied from Kid
dle to Tiller by County Commissioner B.
P. Nichols. Kosebiirir Review.
Mrs. J. H. McGrnth, formerly of
- 1' "VT : l V"s""?"t C 'Z"
Mrs. McOrnth is the wife of a Southern
Pacific engineer. Roseburg Review.
The reason for the difference between
the Chicago price of tha wheat, which
has been around the $l.,xi lunik and the
t.25 and fl.uO the farmers are being
paid here is as follows, according to u
local miller: Tho high Chicago price
quoted is for Turkey red, buestem aver
ruinir about four cents ower. The mill
ers iu the east this year seem to prefer
the hard Turkey red. This hard wheat is
worth 25 cents a bushel more than il
lamette valley wheat. On account of
vetch in the wheat, the valley product
is worth seven or eight cents less in
proportion to the club quotations. To
deliver wheat in Portland costs about
five cents a bushel freight and from
this Is nilded to the eight cents that
would place the freight rate on an
equality with the eastern Oregon rate.
And then there is the difference of sev
en cents owing to inferior grade of val
ley wheat on account of the vetch. Any
how, the fact is that today the mills will
pav 1.25 or 1.:I0 for sucked wheat
u ml according to their figures that is
the market price.
The steamer Gray Eagle has been un
dergoing repairs recently and as soon as
completed and the river shows a gunge
of about four feet above low water
mark, will be used by the Spaulding
Logging company in towing logs from
their camps along the Luckiaiuute.
The funeral or Mrs. N. J. Moore, a
sister of Mrs. John Itnfue was held this
afternoon from the home of John Hayne
414 Hellevue street. The services were
conducted bv the Kev. Jniiies Klvin and
burial was in the City View cemetery.
The high school foot hall team, in
cluding Iti members, left by auto this
morning at rt o'clock fur their game
with Tillamook this afternoon. On No
vember 4 the game will be with Me-
Minnville In that city and two weeks
from tomorrow in Halem with tho Ku
All Around Town
jlluhee Club meet at
mercial Club 7:30.
Oct. 30. First annual meeting
of Salem Floral Society at
Oct. 30-Nov. 4. "Dress Up
Week" in Salem.
Oct. 31 Senator Gore of Okla
homa will speak at the
Xov( 1. Senator Lane at
Nov. 1. United Artisan home
coming. ov. 3. Hark Weatherford,
democratic candidate for
congress, at armory.
November 6. City primary
November 7. Presidential elec
tion. Nov. 10. Victrola Grand Opera
Concert, II Trovatorc, at rub
Nov. 11. Football, Salem high
school vs. Euecne high.
Nov. is. Football, Willamette
University vs. Pacific Uni
versity, Willamette Fields
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse
m correctly. U. 8. Bank. Bid.;.
Mrs. Win. Kent, of California, wll
speak at the Grand opera house at 8
o'clock tonight iu the interest of
Hughes' candidacy for president.
Children's velocipedes and toy wag
ons at Bnren's furniture store, Com
The chorus choir of the First Metho
dist church, directed by Dr. Frank Wil
bur Chnce, will giyo a program oi sac
red music Sunday evening, lue piiu-
lic is cordially invited.
O'Cedar Mops and polish, Buren's
furniture, Chicago store block.
Recent arrivals at the Capital Busl-
iiers college ure -Miss Olga Monson, of
lefferson. who enrolled for the commer
cial course and Fred Dernnlsenu, of En
terprise, Wallowa county, urcgou.
Drink Cereo, tbe nquia food,
bealtb drink. Ask your grocer.
H. M. Baker who formerly owned a
second hand store on Court street, has
traded a "21! acre' farm on liroadacres
for the Baker hotel on Ferry street,
just east of the Lincoln apartments.
You can hear all the world's famous
entertainers on the Sonora Talking Ma
chine. Myrtle Know-land, 4-l Court St.
The Woodmen of the World and the
Women of Woodcraft will hold a social
and llnllowe'en party tonight at Mc
cormick's hall. The Women of Wood
craft will also hold an election of of
ficers. Frederick S. Lamport, lawyer, has
moved to No. 212-13, Hubbard bldg. tf
Hurst hall is nowr undergoing exten
sive repairs and will be generally re
modeled. This has become necessary by
the increasing membership of the sev
eral lodges that make Hurst hall their
Dr. F. H. Thompson of 416 Bank of
Commerce bldg., specializes in Eye,
Knr, Nose and Throat. tt
The Saturday morning story hour at
the public library for the euimren ior
the winter will begin on Saturday, one
tvauli from tomorrow, at 9:30 o'clock
These storv hours will bo held under
the supervision of Miss Horn M. Case.
Chas. B. Hodgkin, general insurance,
301 Hubbard building. Phone 3S0.
Placards have been placed In store
windows announcing the foot ball gume
to be plaved on Willamette field tomor
row afternoon. The contestants are Co
lumbia University and Willamette Uni
versity. The game will be called at :i
La Corona cigars are declared Sa
lem's highest class smokes.
The Hughes Alliance held a session
last evening at the republican headquar
ters at 115 North H'gn street. in
principal address was made by Ivan O.
Martin, while short talks were made by
S. M. Kndicott, Roland (.Mover ana ey-,
New Bugs Just received 0x12, 8-3x
10-rt and 11-3x1:!. patterns fine, popular
prices. Max O. Huren. Commercial St.
Winifred Cotwell, the girt who es
caped from ttie OlrPs Industrial school
about six weeks ago and who went to
Pal;'. min wan returned to the school
last uicht bv Miss K. Bonn, one of the
..fii-m-i nf the school. Kxtraditiou pa
pers were secured for her return and
Miss Boau was sent to bring her back-
A limited quantity of country dress
ed hens for Saturday at itt cents per
lb. at Westacott-Thtelseu Co.
Roderick O. Miles, graduate of the
Salem high school ia ltH. and who later
attended the university at Berkeley, was
.i,,l,.,l urniid iirixe in a poster eon-
test recently held at Oaklauu. ne nu ; eduesiiay, at vtoonnurn, lue nev. n.
recently beeu working in the office of N. Avisou and W. H. Trindle speaking,
one of the leading architects of Oaklaud with music by the Willamette univer
and submitted his poster in a contest -ity quartette'; Thursday, at Hubbard,
held by the Oakland Arcnitecturni arau-
ciiition. He is a sou oi a. J. auics.
o university quartette; rrutny, at uer-
A man recently cleared 8 acres of -ais, the' Rev. James Klvin ami P. II.
stump land with Trojan Powder and Beeves speaking, music by the WiUnm
rnised 100 bushels of oats to the acre Ptte university quartette; Saturday, in
Mauser Bros, just received -a ear load Salem, with a parade in the afternoon
of Trojau Powder ami have illegalities followed by speaking at the armory and
at Salem, Albany and Eugene. 'a meeting iu the evening at the armory.
Mayor Harlcy O. White, Frank E.
Loose and A. Magers left this morning
for a three days' hunt nenr Lelund.
Lost Oct. 17, a cameo brooch, val
ued very much as keepsake. Will finder
please return to Journal office. Re
ward. ' oct28
Mrs. Jesse Millctt, who died at the
Willamette sanatarium early Tuesday
morning, was buried yesterday afternoon
in the 1. O. O- i. cemetery. The funeral
service was conducted by Rev. Porter.
Dr. Cements reported to tne police I
that he lost a robe from his automobile I
last night while it was -standing in front j
of tho Presbyterian church. This is the j
second robe that has been taken from
his automobile. .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry White, of Hebo, j
Oregon, arrived in Salem yesterday ia
their car to visit Mr. and Mrs. George
Cooper, at their home on the Garden ;
rond. Mrs. White is a daughter of Mr. ;
und Mrs. Cooper.
Donald Miles, A. A. Bynon, Russell
Fields, James Mott and Lloyd ilott will
go to Eugene uext Monday to attend a
reunion of. the Sigma Chi fraternity. On
the following day they will go to Cor-1
vallis to install a chapter of the f ra-1
Binger Sefton, of 880 North Seven-!
teeuth street, was sent down to Port
land today by Machinist Adam, who is
iu charge of the navy recruiting sta
tion here, for final examination as to
his qualificiations for enlistment in the
U. S. navy.
Tom Ordemann will leave this even
ing for the east spending most of the
time visiting with relutives in New
York City. Ho expects to be gone
about seven months. On his way east
he will mnke short visits at St. Paul
and Chicago. "
On behalf of Company L, of Dallas,
Second Lieutenant Oscar I. Chcnoweth,
extends an invitation to Company M, of
Salem, to attend an informal dance to
be held October 28 at 0 o'clock p. m. in
the armory at Dallas. Olive drab uni
forms will be worn. The invitation was
received this morning by Captaiu Gehl
hur. Howard M. Coyey, of the Covey Mo
tor Car company of Portland, is in Sa
lem on business connected with intro
ducing a new model car. Merrill B.
Moores .cousin of Ralph D. Moores, who
is connected with the Covey Motor Cnr
company, has been in Salem some time
in connection with the new cnr. He is
working the valley. Mr. Covey expects
to return to Portland this evening.
Cheese, New York chedder 40c lb.,
Wisconsin Swiss 40 cts., Liinberger ;i."i
cts. per brick, full cream :t." cts, per
lb., Nenfchatel cheese 10 cts. package,
banquet cheese 10 cts. carton nnd breaK
fast cheese 5 cents package Wcstncott
The Rev. S. S. Mtuuey, presiding el
der of the Portland district of the UiiU
cd Evangelical church will preach in
the chinch at Cottage and Center
streets at II o'clock Sunday morning
and in the nfternoou at 3:.t(l o'clock at
Auburn. Mr. Mo nicy is just home from
Baltimore where he nttended the gen
eral board of missions of the church
and the centennial anniversary of the
organization, of the church at New Ber
lin and I. ("wishing, 1'a.
Intelligence is largely a matter of
good eyesight. If boys or girls see clear
ly ami easily, they will learn faster.
Sly examination will enable me to ad
vise you in the best interest of your
children's eyes. I use no drops or drugs
in making examination ns they are dan
gerous. 1 have made the study of chil
dren's eyes a specialty, and my 3.1
yeats ,of practical exierience is al
ways at vour service. Dr. M. P. Miu
delsohn, rooms 20H-210-21 1 U. S. Nat'l
"The Hindoo Head Hunters" a comic
opera, will be given at the opera house
under the auspices of the Ell: lodge
come time in January. The entertain
ment committee, "K. Cooke Patton, S. M.
Eudicott and T. . Bligh, brought the
matter before the Elk lodge last even
ing and it was unanimously agreed that
the entire odge woud get behind the
undertaking and secure the leading sing
ers of the city for the cast and a chorus
of about 75- The announcement was al
so made that the money received from
the giving of the opera would be placed
iu the entertainment fund of the lodge.
Invitations have been issued by the
Commercial club signed by Chas. K.
fpauliling nier .-nookc, nvu ug,
next Tiicsday evening October 31. The
the Portland Chamber of Commerce and
ii. it . i .!..
M if. i . I imiMiiii. Firi'iiiui' fr rt-iiiri
of the association. Oeorge P. Kodgers
is also on for a few appropriate remarks-
The invitation closes with the
information that, "for your entertain
ment we have provided some snappy
music and lots of smokes. If yon huve
any good yams, brush them up for the
The dry rallies for the week begin-
.,ngnex,.uou..H, areas ioMoi,.... ui-
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OflV, &( rMivprTun, uiu nv. van n. ri -
liott and W. H. Trindle sneaking, and!'" 7 " , 'V.!.
music furnished by the Cherry Bud
band: Tuesday, at Stayton, the Rev.
James Klvin and V. II. Trindle speak
ing, and music, by the Cherry Bud band:
ine Kev. j. i. rorier anil x. tt. nerves
speaaing, wim music uv me uiniiif nt-
5, 10 and 15c Store
White Lined Enamelware-Dish Pans, Water Pails,
Rubber Door Mats and Ladies' Corset Covers
We have the largest assortment of Hallowe'en
Novelties in the city prices range from
10 for 5c to 15c each
Make Kraut Now
CABBAGE, solid and well trimmed, lb q
LARGE PUMPKINS for Hallowe'en, each. ... 1QC
HUBBARD SQUASH, each 10c
king apples, bushel 50c and 75c
MRS. WEBER'S HOME MADE KRAUT,
It can't be beat, Quart JQc; Gal. 35c
Ward K. Richardson
Phone 494 2395 Front Street
FRANK M. BH-JJUtU-tS.
Candidate for the office of
My record in this office is open
to the public.
Equal justice to all. Xo favors.
A square deal for everybody.
Your support is solicited. oi-tiS
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 14(35.
J. E. HOCKETT,
013 Highland Avenue.
hcn you want to go in
haste with a clean ear and
small fare and you must get to
a place, Phone to me, 1 '11 tnlio
Phones: Day 13; Nights 882.
J. A. KAPPHAHN.
Oct.3t Hubbard Bldg.
NOTICE OF THUSTBES' BALE
Notice is herein- given that ou Sat
urday. October 2S, 1!U, I will offer
for sale to the highest bidder, for cash,
all counters show cases, stoves, COOK
- - . ,! enuipnient be-
hinging or pe a-n g f
b ,h'M ?-9. C""'t 8,reet
! iniftuui r m it-n i' i i... iv n. ...
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V. H. TRI.sPLK, Assignee.
When In SALEM, OREGON, ttoy at )
BLIGH HOTEL j
JtTC -v- l
-j. .inn 91M PEB DAI
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Nearest to all Depots, Theatres aac
A Home Away From Horn.
T. a. BLIGH. Pro.
Both Phones. Free Auto Sal.
Household Furniture. Woodry
the Auctioneer will pay highest
cash price for same. Phone 511.
jt kJJk Ail
Tuesday, October 31, at 10 a. m.,
at the 'Philip Roes farm o miles T
south of Salem on Jefferson I
Head. Sale will include Horses,
Cows, Young Stock. Harvesting J
Machinery and all kinds of
Panning Implements. Terms o t
DAVIS REES, Administrator. I
Of (1-rooni modern bungalow
with fireplace and built-in ef
fects, on lot 30x100 feet. Also
household furniture and piano,
nt 2li0 S. L'Oth street, on Mon
day, Oct. 30, 10 Id, nt 1:30 p.
in. Chas. Rector, Owner.
V. X. Woiuliy, Auctioneer.
At the Quick K.xchnnge Auction
Market, un JSATl'HDAY, OCT.
SS, at 10 a. in. Kvcrything sold
on commission. Knnners, bring
in your stock and farm ma
chinery and everything else you
have for sale. A good place to
buy and a good place to sell.
'"Oct the Habit." . Sale starts
sharp, on time.
Of up to date furniture at the
(Juick Exchange Auction Mar
ket, on SATURDAY, OCT. 2S,
1SM6, at 1:30 p. m. Consisting
of 1 extra good (i-hole range,
other ranges and stoves. I gas
range good as new, 2 good
dressers, dining chairs, 3 rock
ers. 2 extension tables, kitchen
table, commodes, lounge, 4 good
beds, spring niid mattresses, S
rods of 6 foot Page wire nearly
new, goud copper boiler, gal
vanized tubs, set carpenter tools,
kitchen utensils and dishes and
many other good things. Tell
your friends nnd come yourself.
P. N. WOODBY, Auctioneer,
New Today ads in the Journal
will he read in. all live Marion i
county homes. '