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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1916,
Special Attractive Sales for DressUp Week at Meyers
Special Prices on New Party Dresses
Special Prices on New Winter Suits
Special Prices on New Furtex and Pfush Coats
Special Prices on Children's Coats
Many Suggestions for Dress Up
Week are to be found in our
QUALITY AND SERVICE
AH Around Town
Oct. 30-Nov. 4. "Dress
Week" in Salem.
November 6. City primary
November 7. Presidential elec
tion. Nov. 10. Victrola Grand Opera
Concert, II Trovatore, at Pub
Nov. 11. Football, Salem high
school vs. Eugene high.
Nov. 18. Football, Willamette
University vs. Pacific Uni
versity, Willamette Field.
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You can have a Suit or Overcoat made to
your order - with an absolute guarantee
that it will fit and be satisfactory to you
in every particular.
A large line of Elegant Patterns of the
finest Suitings and Overcoatings for Fall
and Winter 1916-17 ! for your inspection.
You can have your choice of any of these
Patterns made up in any style you select
from over 50 different Models.'
And remember that we guarantee the.
Style, Fabrics, Fit, Finish, Workmanship
and Linings of our Garments to be as good
as that of any $25 to $30 Suit or Overcoat
from other tailors.
Order now and have your suit in time
Ward K. Richardson
2395 Front Street '
Never in the history of our business has a Canned
Goods Sale meant so much to the consumer as does
the sale we are now putting on. Practically every
item on sale has advanced beyond our retail prices.
We Bought Early
Before the advance, and as soon as our present
stock is sold out we will have to advance our prices
from 25c to 50c per dozen.
Our Advice Is Buy Now
Roth Grocery Co.
Phone 1885 18861887
134-136 NORTH LIBERTY STREET
C. K. Taylor, of Silverton, is in the
Attorney Glen Uuruh went to Albnny
H. W. Gilmer, of The Dalles, was a
Snlem visitor yesterday.
A. J. Henderson, of Elgin, Ore., was
in the city Wednesday.
Alfred P. Fleming, of Portland, was a
Salem visitor yesterday.
N. 8. Savage, of the Barnes store.,,
went to Roseburg this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Sloper, of Stay
ton, were in the city Wednesday.
Miss Hazel Scott was called to Dal
las yesterday on professional business.
W. H. Loose, of Stayton, was attend
ing to business matters in Snleiu yester
day. Frank Miller was a passenger this
morning on the Oregon Electric for
; 11. R. Darnell, of Kalama, Wash., is
registered at the Capital Business col
lege for the stenographic course.
itovernor Withycorabc and Seymour
.iones were in Jetlorsou last night de
livering political addresses.
H. O. Clancey, farmer conch of the
high school, is here from Los Angelas,
where he has been traveling in the in
terests of Loju. Ho is registered at the
J. T. Goodman, pioneer of Looking
Glass, and well known in this city,
is here from Salem, where he now re
sides, visiting and attending to busi
ness -mutters. Roseburg News.
WARREN EDMEADES At the Chris
tian church, Salem, Oregon, November
I, 191(3, Delia l.uvena Warren was
united in marriage to Russell Edward
Edmeades by Rev. F. T. Porter.
The ceremony took plnce at 9 o 'clock
at the parsonage. Sunday the young
couple will take a trip to Portland and
the Columbia highway.
Circuit Judge Kelly will be in Salem
Iridny and hold, court at 10 o'clock,
Ho has been in Albany and has a
special case on for tomorrow.
Ladles don't delay, Mrs. Kltts will
be with ns Thursday and Friday with
a sample line of suits ami coats from
Miff York. Fullertons, 415 State, 114
rriaay evening at 7:45 o'clock the
Highland-Friends church will be the
scene of a meeting for the purpose of
Discussing tne rmuot. Among the sneak
crs will be W. H. Trindle, attorney. The
purine is corainuy invited to attend.
The October report for sub-station
-No. 2 at the CrdWnDrug storo, shows
that the saler of stumps' for the month
was jnoo.o. BUD-station Jo. 1, near
the fair grounds road reports businoss
tor uctober amounting to $03.21.
South Salem has two mure families to
become genuine citizens of the city. Mr.
Gulliford has recently bought .the Dnncy
piace on eoutn Commercial street and
jur. nenuerson nas become the owner
of the home formerly owned by Mrs.
Warner. Both families are from Minne
RAYMOND To Mr. nnd Mrs.
Raymond, 1224 North Fourteenth
street, lhursday, November 2, l!l(j,
a son, to be nnmed Orville Baker.
The children of the State School for
the Deaf were entertained yesterday
evening with a Hallowe'en partv. A
procession of ghosts, names, and mov
ing pictures were the events of inter
est. I ho evening was thoroughly en
joyed by the children.
The window display of Carl F. Rueff
cost altogether more than any single dis
play in the city. While working in the
window, uiyue Clancey slipped aud fell,
striking his shoulder against the plate
glass. Mr. Clancey was uninjured but
there was not much left of the plate
ginss ana mere was no insurance.
During the month of October six
cases of infantile paralysis were report
ed to the city health officer, Dr. O. B.
Miles- All these cases are now under
strict quarantine, as well as those who
were exposed. One case of tvphoid fev
er was reported for October, three cases
or measles, one of scarlet fever and one
Asa Tindall, who was tried yesterday
the municipal court on the chnrce of
larceny of a robe from an automobile,
v.as fined $110. Although evidence was
introduced that showed he had sold the
robe to a Salem denier ho decided to np
peul his case to the circuit court. He
was tried bya jury.
According to the monthlv rennrt nf
Dr. O. B. Miles, eltv health officer, dur.
ing the month of October, nine births of
maies and seven temnles were reported.
The deaths for the month, including
iuue reported rrom the state institu
tiong were 1'S males and 13 females. Of
this number, 13 were reported from the
state institutions. Of the 41 who died,
11 were over the age of 70.
The postoffice clerks ar about th
Busiest people in Salem and hav ).-n
for several weeks, all on irranni nf
election, besides the troubles that the
eastern mail order houses make them
occasionally. Politicians who are send
ing outprinted literature will hnvn
hurry as the postmaster has been noti
fied that the state will soon send out
between 38.000 and 39,000 letters to
automobile owners. As these letters
come under the head of first class mail,
iory win nave tne rignt or way for
(list rilMit ion over anv printed matter.
even if the election is only a few davs
As a result of the recent mrrev of
the deaf in the state school lor the
leaf, which was made recently bv Dr.
D. -. Itohcrg, state health officer, and
six specialists from Portland, it was
found that a number of the children's
health could be materially helped bv
operations tor the removal of tonsils
and adenoids and nasal obstructions.
Hie hearing of several of the children
could lie materially helped by these
operations while their general physical
condition would be greatly improved.
About 95 children were' examined.
Three doctors were eye specialists and
three eirtr and nose specialists.
E. J. ! Eva Tanguay, billed to appear at the
opera house next Wednesduy has can
celled all her Oregon and Washington
dutes. Her advance man was up this
way a few days ago and after sizing
up the poor show business in the north
west, all dates in the two states were
cancelled nnd the company left San
Francisco for the east. -.
A good position can be had by any
ambitious young man or young lady
in the field of railway or commercial
telegraphy. Sine' the passage of the
eight hour law by congress, it has creat
ed a big demand for telegraph operat
ors. Positions paying from 7o to S0
per month, with good chances for ad
vancement. It will pnv vou to write
Railway Telegraph lns't, of Portland,
Ore., lor fulh particulars. nov4
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glasse-
eorrectly. U. S. Bank. Bid..
Al Meyers, who was fined $5 for rid
ing a motorcycle on the sidewalk on
Liberty street yesterday, paid the fine
this morning to the police judge.
Frederick S. Lamport, lawyer, has
moved to No. 212-13, Hubbard bldg. tf
A song recital will be given at the
opera house by Mis. Marie A. Maxwell
on the evening of Friday, November 17.
It will be given under the direction of
Dan L. I.angcnberg.
Chas. B. Hodgkin, general insurance,
301 Hubbard building. Phone 380.
The luncheon set on display in the
windows of Geer & Kreuger is the work
of Mrs. Ennis Wait. The set consists
of 13 pieces, is of cream linen embroid
ered in Deft blue and is valued nt $100.
Dr. F. H. Thompson of 416 Bank of
Commerce bldg., specializes in Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. "tf
Another big dance at Aumsville, Sat
urday night, Nov. 4.
fans are becoming greatly
n the Washington Uuiver-
sity of Oregon football ganio to be play
ed at Eugene next Saturday. The in
side information given out by those who
are supposed to know it that the U. of
O. has a team this year that cannot be
He Came back If you have any old
carpets you wish woven notify S. A.
Dobner, phone 1800R. nov2
While there has been considerable
rain during the past week ,the river is
not rising very fast, the record yester
day being .1 of a foot, with a guage
today of .3 of a foot above low water.
The rainfall tor yesterday was only .20
of an inch. The range of temperature
was from 58 to 40. .-
Money to loan on farmland city
property on reasonable terms, no com
mission, by the Mutual Savings and
Loan Association, 275 State street. n4
Those who like to loek at coins, not
only of the U. S. varieties, but of other
nations nnd times, will find sometnhing
interesting in the windows of the U. H.
National bank in the way of a coin dis
play. Also a check for 225,442.31.
dated January fi, 1914, drawn by City
Treasurer R. A. Crossan.
This is Dress Up Week. Music at the
Copies of "The Oregon Outpost" the
publication put out by the Third Oregon
regiment, which sheet had its origin on
the Mexican border, are out and distri
buted to the men of the various com
panies. The paper is published in Tort-
land. It will appear twice a month nnd
contain records of the doiuirs of the
for city recor
The petition of the Commercial club
to the city council asking that the
street signs be placed at the intersection
of streets in the fire district of the city,
will come lip for consideration at' the
meeting of the city council next Monday
evening. The -special committee from
the Commercial elun is I. Greenbauin,
chairman; N. D. Elliott nnd Chas. F.
sweep. Estb. 1909.
Gfvet brilliant ttloanv ahtne tha
does not nib off or dust off that
anneais to the iron that Uutts tour
time as long as any other.
Black Silk StovePolish
Is In a clans by Itwlf. It's more
carrfm'iy made and made
trotn tKiUr maUrtaiu
Try It en ynat park
io, yourKa Vtnv
or your go nuin,
If von drtn't fln.l ft
the lMt poibh jrua
ewr used, your
I rmr-y Ormp"
On account of the car shortage which
prevents the Spnulding Logging com
pany from shinpinir lumber from the
lock, and as the lumber his piled up on ltll(1 6,1 1 tram, a poll was taken on pies
nip uwn uiiiii ir is anour lined, the
Among the voluminous mail received
at Governor Withycombe's office are,
of course, some amusing communica
tions. Below is the text of a complaint
received from a citizen who was "Fa
tally injured". "What is the matter
with the State Accident commission? I
received a fatal injury by losing two
teeth aud they don't want to pay for
loss of them. What I wont is the teelh
put back. They will only cost twenty
Dr. Stone's Drug Store makes free
delivery. Phone 35.
The official government's report for
the weather round and about Saleui
for the month of October is to the ef
fect that the menu temperature for tho
month wus 1)0.5 and the mean minimum,
38.8 degrees above zero. The rainfall
was 1.43 inches. For the first time
since the 12th of September, the river
is above the zero mark, with a gunge of
of .2 of a foot above this morning. The
range of temperature yesterday was
from 58 to 10.
The Salem spirit was demonstrated,
smoke Salem made cigars, La Corona,
Here is another har luck story for the
good housekeeper. Soap is advancing
mice and even washing powders.
Ivory soap that has not changed in the
wholesale price tor tne past m years
advanced 15 cents a case this week, and
the prospects nre good for additional
25 cents being- tacked on next ween.
Washinir ponders are up ten per cent
and cooking oils about 30 per cent.
Canned soups that have been selling nt
ten cents a can are preparing to take
a seat among the canned products on
the 12 1-2 cent shelf.
Music at the Spa Wednesday, Thurs
day and Frhlav, from 3 to a and 9 to
Winter WilHs, paroled convict who
was arrested with Fred Brodigan and
Max Honglin for burglarizing Ward K.
Rieharnson's store recently, was turned
over to Parole Officer Keller yesterday
morning after a hearing by District At
torney Ringo before the police judge.
He has a six year sentence in the. peni
tentiary hanging over him. Max Hoag
li u is being held until word comes from
the Monroe Reformatory in Washing
ton, from which institution he was pa
roled, stating whether or not they wish
him returned- Fred Brodigan is held to
the grand jury, which meets in January.
Won the first grand prize at San Fran
cisco exposition, Sonora Talking Ma
chine. Myrtle Knowlnnd, 421 nirt.
Beginning next Sunday evening,1 a
series of meetings will -be held in' the
Leslii' M. E- church when a scries of
talks and sermons will be given by Jack
Godwin. He comes to the church
through the efforts of the Hev. Horace
N. Aldrichs, recently assigned here ns
pastor. Mr. Godwin has had a some
what checkered career but just now he
is in demand as an evangelist from
churches in all parts of the country. In
anticipation of the large crowds that
will go to hear Mr. Godwin, about 350
seats have been added to the seating ca
pacity of the church. -
Benj. S. Via candidate for city re
corder. The only lawyer among all the
candidates. A lawyers place to handle
cases of law. '
O. W. Anderson, of Gates, is in the
city to meet an old-time friend, and
being a Wilson republican could not re
frain from talking politics to some ex
tent.' He relutes that a certain well
known hop buyer in this city told him
that n poll of his ward showed it to be
fully four to one in favor of Hughes.
How does it happen then that Wilson's
pictures always draw the most ap
plause in such places as picture shows"
asked Mr. Anderson. "The Wilson men
give people free admission tickets to go
inside and yell for Wilson," was the
reply. If this is how Mr. Anderson
has reached the conclusion that the
Hughes people arc jelling out pretty
Ladies don t delay, Mrs. Kitts will
tie with us -Thursday and Friday with
a sample line of suits and coats from
Xcw York. Pullertons, 415 State, 114
According to Ah Magers, who came
up from Ashland the other evening on
At the Quick Exchange Auction
Market ou Saturday, at 10 a. m.,
consisting of 1 Horse, 11 years
old, weight 1400 pounds; 1-2 Sec
tion Iron Harrow j 1-2 Section
Spring Tooth Harrow; 1 Good
Top Buggy; 2 Sets Single Har
ness; 1 Good Double Set Harness
complete; 1 Ford Delivery Car in
good shupe with top; 3 Oliver
Chilled Plows; 1 Good Family
Cow; 1 3-inch Mitchell Wagon; 2
Delivery Wagons, Forks, Shovels,
Spades, and other Horses and
Farm Machinery that will be of
fered for sale. ' Farmers, this is
the place to dispose of your sur
plus stock or machinery. I make
no charge without I sell. A trial
will convince you. "Give it a
trial." Others are, why not youl
F. N. WOODRY,
, . Auctioneer.
Mrs. Levi Herren, Phone 511.
At the Quick Exchange Auction
Market on Saturday, at 1:30 p. m.,
consisting of Household Furniture
and Carpenter's Tools, as follows:
(I piece Antique Walnut Parlor
Suit; 4-picce Antique Bedroom
Suit; 1 Drophcad Singer Sewing
Machine; 1 large Square Quarter
ed Oak Extension Table; 1 good
Lounge; 1 extra good Steel ti-hole
Range; 2 Heaters; 2 Conk Stoves;
1 250-egg Incubator (never used);
1 8-day Clock. Bed, Springs and
Mattress, High Chairs, Chairs,
Rockers, Kitchen L'tensils,
Dishes, and many other things.
Sales every Saturday lit .10 a. m.
ami 1:30 p. m. Dun't stop home
on account of rain. Ladies es
pecially invited. I pay highest
cash prices for Household Furniture.
j Auction Sale
On Monday, November 0, 191(1,
commencing at 9 a. in. sharp, at
the Kirkpntrick Farm which is lo
cated 1 1-2 miles west of 'West
Stayton, or 4 miles southeast of
Turner, consisting of 14 Head of
First Class Milch Cows, tt of
which nre fresh; 5 heifers and
Hidstein Bull; 3 Horses, Hogs,
Farm Miichinery, and 3 House
holds of High Class Furniture in
cluding 1 ' extra good Organ.
Terms, 9 months. Lunch lit noon,
bring your cups.
See bills for particulars.'
F. N. WOODRY,
Auctioneer. Phone 511..
Boersenia Bros, & .Pennington,
Household Furniture. Woodry
the Auctioneer will pay highest
cash price for' same. Thone 511,
U i A MM kilt
Any TIME :
company is now working on the nine
hours a day system, from 8 o'clock in
the morning until 5 o'clock. Since the
first of the year there has been a 10
hour working day m force.
Your vote will help
Adolph A. Gueffrov for
The football team of the State Boys'
Training School will play the Turner
high school team on the school grounds
Saturday afternoon alout 2 o'clock.
ThiTs 'he first game of the season for
the' training school boys but they ex
pect to put up a good uame. The Tur
ner team has somewhat of an edge on
their opponents ns they have Waved one
game already. However, the contest is
expected to be interesting.
For the legislature democratic can
didate. 59 X Frank S. War.l. Will safe
guard the interests of the people. (Pd.
W. F. Laraway. of Hood River, an an-
pie grower, who was in Salem yester
day on business, savs that the" anide
Krop in the Hood River valley is an ex
ceptionally good one and that it will
reach a million boxes. The apple qual
ity he says is fine and practically nil
the grades are good enough to ship. The j
car snortnge is attecting them some but
not seriously as yet. However, if it con
tinues he sans it may interfere serious
ly with the hundling'of the crop.
ldential preferences, resultinc in Wil
son receiving 102 and Hughes 9S.
Elks attention Big entertainment to
night, fast boxing bouts by Lee John
son, const featherweight champion, and
Danny Kdwards nnd others. Don't miss
it a big time is assured.
Yesterday the Christian Science lec
turer who gave nn address in the Grand
opera house Tuesday evening spoke to
the prisoners et the state penitentiary.
There were about 4S7 present on this
occasion, excluding the guards and pris
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 1405.
J. E. HOCKETT,
015 Highland Avenue.
An unusually small number of pris
oners has been received at the state
penitentiary during the month of Octo
ber. It is stated by prison officials
that the past month has seen a lcs
number of first-timers than for a long
time and that crime in cenernl throusih-
out tho state is decreasing.
Elks big doings Tonieht. the enter
tainment committee offer another ev
ening of enjoyment, after lodge ses-
lon. Lee Johnson, coast fentherweicht
champion, will be seen in action against
Danny Edwards. There will be other
features. Don't miss jt, come.
Percy R. Kelly
Republican Candidate for Re-election i
Vote for 2.
117 W. 6th St.