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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1916.
W. B. Corsets
"Salem's Big Department Store"
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SALE PRICES M B IMS Ml MOW
Every Suit in stock included in this immense price cutting. Included in the stock are
dozens of beautiful models in a variety of trimming effects and showing the most favored
fabrics and colors for the season.
If you want a Suit NOW is the time to get it-HERE is the place to purchase.
Wednesday Surprise Sale Number 820
New Bathrobe Flannels at 39c a Yard
Here is n snlpnrlifl 1
s. ' iiv ui ucoix ttuic i laiinvio xv j. i,iic making ui uatii lUVtzrf Ul-
t nl- at this unusual Price for one day's selling Next Wednesday, Nov. 8th.
I Choice of very desirable colorings such as tan, blues, red, grey, pink, old rose,
etc.. in TnHifln nnrl fl rival nutfavno A UtVivV.o
A bathrobe makes a fine Xmas. pi ft? hnv Hip J
rrrtfo nwrl kntTA 1 AM4-.. i? 1.2 A . 1 i J 1 1 1 T
aiiu nave yieuiy ui iime io maKe it up ior nonaay giving.
See this big value next Wednesday
Sale starts at 8:30
New Assortment of Infants' Goods
Baby's needs supplied here with
complete satisfaction. New dainty
Dresses, Skirts, Coat Sweaters,
Hoods, Comforts, Pillow Slips, and
all the other smaller needs. Ex
cellent showing of new Rattles and
Toilet Articles in white, pink or
39c a Yard
See window display.
Handkerchiefs for Everyone
A magnificent assortment of
dainty Handkerchiefs. We' selected
these with utmost care. It's the
finest lot you'll find in this vicinity.
Linen Handkerchiefs, Silk Crepe
Handkerchiefs, Lawn Handker
chiefs embroidered in colors. Plain
colored Linen Handkerchiefs with
white embroidered initials ;
35c, 3 for $1.00
Genuine Spanish hand embroider
35c to $1.25
The New Veils Are Here
These fancy embroidered effects
and . Chenille Veils in pointed ef
fects are truly the most stylish
we've seen. Choice of purple,
black, brown, grey or navy; priced
at 75c, $1.00 and $1.25
We've just put on display a big
line of Christmas Cards, Place
Cards and Blue Bird Xmas. Cal
anders for 1917. See this showing
NEWS FROM OUR HEN'S SECTION
A Splendid New Showing of Stylish Hats for
Men Latest Shapes and Colors for
Winter Priced at $3.00.
New Shirts for Men Popular
stripe patterns in a wide variety
of effects. Shirts with attached
cuffs and Golf models at $1.00,
$1.50 and $2.00. $5.00 Silk Shirts
special at $3.50. ' v
A beautiful showing of New
Neckwear for Men.
Exquisite coloring and patterns
in the latest : shape neckties,
priced 50c, 65c and $1.00.
Fowne's Gloves for Men
An excellent assortment of new
est Gloves of kid : cape and
suede stock. One of the most
attractive numbers- in a grey
suede with black embroidered
back and another of like suede
witlTsilk lining;; priced $1,50.
$1.75 and $2.00 the pair.
In the Boys' Section we show a
large line of the famous
,"Extragood" Suits and
You'll make no mistake in out
fitting the boy here".' 'We guar
antee satisfaction with" every
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First-clam work. All kinds
of repairing. All work guar
anteed. Twenty-five yean'
experience. Leave orders at
Wylie a Allen Co., phone 1187.
Residence phone 1465.
A E. HOCKETT,
915 Highland Avenue.
GI.EAS0N To Mr. and Mm. H. J
(Ucason, 1105 Shipping street, Frldtiyi
.Tovemoor J, itflti, a son.
He hna been named Woodrow Wilson
Tour girt with our Imprint needs no
further recommendation. Set your
watcn by our street clock. Uardner ft
Keene, Salem's moat reliable jowelors.
Stands for Law Enforcement
BENJ. S. VIA
Candidate for the office of City Recorder at the
Primaries Nov. 6th. The only lawyer in the race.
Fair and due consideration of each and every case
coming to my notice. I pledge the voters that if I
am nominated and elected, that I will conduct the
office of City Recorder as economically and im
partially as" is consistant with good business
management. . . .'
(Paid Adv.) BENJ. S. VTA
; personals :
J. H. Vanderbilt, of Eola, is trans
acting business in the city.
W. Conned Dyer is combining busi
ness and pleasure today at Eugene
Mrs. J. O. Bailey and two children are
home from an extended visit in Colo
rado ami Nebraska.
Fred K. Mangis is ia Eugene today
to see the great game. He will extend
his visit over Sunday.
Clnude S. Belle was one of the 102
that went to Eugene this morning on
the Oregon Electric to see the big toot
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Browning return
ed last evening from a two weeks' stnv
in California where they were called
by the serious illness of Mrs. Brown
R. I.. Mathews, coach of Willamette
university, went 10 Corvallis yesterday
to referee the footbull game this morn
ing between the O. A. C. players ami
The Duplex Alcazar range is the ideal
home range. Wood fire on chilly morn
ings adds comfort to the kitchen. Your
old range taken in exchange. C. 8. Ham
October was a banner month for the
Salem postoffice as the receipts were
the largest of any mouth for October
of the last three years are as follows:
1914, fl(l,02u34; 19'5. 7.31.07; liUfi.
ll,2l5.23. Of the total receipts for Oc
tober of this year, S,42t.! was paid
for stamps and stamped paper; 1.15.47
for second class matter; 4,670.77 for
third and fourth cl ss matter with sne-
cinl permits and without stamps af
fixed; box rent, lti3.
Help reduce expenses by casting
your vote for Adolph Oueffroy for city
recorder. The only candidate "who aims
to run the office with the assistance of
the stenographer. Vote ltl X. (Pd. adv.)
The first game of the Valley Bowling
League will be played toniuht iu Eu
gene when the Salem bowlers and the
men of the Rainbow team will meet.
The opening of the season has been de
layed by the incomplete condition of the
Corvallis alleys. Those who will go from
Saleiu are members of the Salem eity
league aud are as followers! Laflar.
Orvgous; Kay, Elks; Noud, Watt (Paid Adv.)
Shippsj Herriug'on, .Salem allevs; Pat
ton, Salem alleys; and Pierce" Wood
The last call This is the last issue
of the Journal before the primaries
Nov. i! and 1 wish to say that I am a
eunuinaie ror city Kecordcr and that
1 will appreciate your vote. Yours tru
ly, J. A. Mills. (I'd. adv.)
Eugene, Nov. 4.-10,000 fren
zied fans filled every bench and
crowded the standing room
and roared and whooped for
their favorite gridiron warriors.
Oregon won the toss and decid
ed to kick off.
The first quarter ended with
the ball on Washington's 39
yard line with the score 0 to 0.
There was no change at end of
Excitement was intense as
third quarter ended scoreless.
Each coach said they could not
not win and were correct, and
the big crowd got the worth of
AT MT. ANGEL
At end of first half, Mt. An-
gel 6, Willamette o.
To the Voters of Salem:
I have had wide experience in keep
ing accounts and records, have assist
ed in exporting the city books twice.
I am familiar with the duties of
Municipal Judge and Justice of the
Your interests are safe if trusted
to me; should yon favbr me with your
vote next Munday, 1 shall be very
All Around Town
November 6. City primary
November 7. Presidential elec
tion. Nov. 10. Victrola Grand Opera
Concert, 11 Trovatore, at Pub
Nov. 11. Football, Salem high
school vs. Eugene high.
Nov. 18. Football, Willamette
University vs. Pacific Uni
versity, Willamette Field.
Dec. 4. City Election.
Dec. 4-9. Third Annual Marion
County Corn Show.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glssse
M correctly. TJ. 8. Bank. Bldj.
Dr. E. Meurio Roberts, osteopathic
physician, 3U9 Masonic bldg. Phone 409
Dr. L. . Altman, homeopathic psy-!
sician, X. Liberty. Phone 147.
Earl Taylor, of 1510 State street, one
of the most reliable carriers of the Cap
ital Journal, had the misfortune to fall
this morning on a wet, slippery side
walk on North Fourth street and break
his collar boue. The walk was covered
with wet leaves and his bicycle skidded.
Dance at Aumsville tonight. Good
floor. Fine music. Dance numbers 30c.
When the gas fails the Alcazar range
fills the requirements, it burns wood,
coal and gas. Sold "by C. S. Hamilton.
The case of the State of Oregon
against Jessie Barkhurs. who is etvru
ad with resisting an officer in connec
tion with his apprehension with several
at the W. B. Duncan fRrm, which
is located 3-4 of a milo west of
Lincoln or l' miles east'of Zenn
on Wednesday, -Nov. 8, 1910 at ID
a. m. consisting of 4 heuvy hors
es; brood sow in pig; 4 sets work
harness; 1 set of doublo driving
harness; 2 314 inch wagons; all
kinds farm machinery and house
hold furniture; cream separator.
Terms: 12 months. Free lunch
at noon. "Bring your cup" and
bo on time. See bills for particu
lars. F. C. Burton, F. N. Woodry,
Dr. Stone's Drug Store for trusses. oth?" lo,r ?avin? tP0??8"?
. . Bter's court this afternoon.
Just as a matter of precaution, City.
Physician Dr. O. B. Miles today fumi
gated the Garfield,
J. A. Mills for city recorder. (I'd.
Chas. B. Hod;krn, general insurance.
301 Hubbard building. Phone 386.
Solom talma Mr.f nlafa fn til A liAnrtft
Englewood ando th g lt,m .,eo.,e so witn La (.'orona
The Sonora Talking Machine, the
world 's greatest talking machine. Myr
tle Kuuwland, 421 Court St.
i Auction Sale
On Monday, November 0, 1910,
commencing at 9 a. in. sharp, at
the Kirkpatrick Farm.w hich is lo
cated 1 1-2 miles west of West
Stayton, or 1 miles southeast of
Turner, consisting of 14 Head of
First Class Milch Cows, tl of
which are fresh; 5 heifers and
Holstein ' Bull; 3 Horses, Hogs,
Farm Machinery, and 3 House
holds of High Class Furniture in
cluding 1 extra good Organ.
Terms, 9 moiuhs. l.unch at noon,
bring your cups.
See bills for particulars.
F. N. WOODRY,
Auctioneer. Phone 611.
Boersenia Bros. & Pennington,
H. R. Peetz, of Turner, and Mrs. W
novl7,Feetz returned yesterday from Ander
o son Indiana, where they -went to at
v 1V r, -,, !,, jn tend the funeral of J. L. Peetz, a for
be served with the election returns next T ' ' v T, V
Tuesday evening at the club rooms. It "Z8 'two 'ears 0,1 0,,h '-
is probable that the returns will be ".
thrown on a large banner across the; . . . . . ,,., ' . .
street from the club, although this lias I, . ?d f" e1verybo.?y fho
not been definitely decided on. ?''. ',an,,e ,.ftt Aumsville tonight.
iiciiitf n'i, limit's iicr.
Socialist meeting at Union Labor hall
Sunday, Nov. 5. Business session at
2:30 p. in. Campaign speaking at 8 p.
in. You are invited.
"Three Fingered Jack" W. 'A. God
win the converted gambler evangelist
will begin a series oi services tomorrow
evening at the Leslie Methodist church.
Whilo the meetings will begin Sunday
evening, no time is announced for their
close, much depending on the interest
manifested. His home U in Portland.
Vote for J. T. Welsh for city marshal
City primaries November 0. (Paid adv.)
Dr. F. H. Thompson of 416 Bank of
Commerce bldg., specializes in Eye,
tar, .Nose and Throat. tt
That good old reliable Clark's thread
O. N. T., is doing a little climbing in
price since cotton has been selling for
18 to 20 cents a pound. Drvgoods men
have received notice ot the advance of
from 51 cents to 53 cents a dozen whole
Dr. Stone makes no charge for con
sultation, examination or prescription.
Money to loan on farmland city
property on reasonable terms, no com
mission, bv the .Mutual Savings and
Loan Association, 275 State street. u4
Mrs. E. B. Ward, returned missionary
from China, arrived today from Philo
math and addressed the Women's Mis
sionary society of Castle Chapel which
met at tue home of -Mrs. Harry Howe.
The meeting was greatly enjoyed by the
goodly number who were present. Mrs.
wartPww speak at Castle Chapel bun-
J. A. Mills for city recorder,
S. H. Snyder, rental agent, successor
tfl L. Bechtel & Co. If you have a va
cant house list it with me. If you want
to rent a house come and sec me. 341
Jefferson Review (Democrat) says:
A vote for Max Oehlhar is a vote fr
an honest, economical, competent offi
cial who has been tried and not found
wanting. (Pd. adv.)
Tills month seems to he trying to
make the record of November of one
year ago when it rained in Salem 25 out
of 30 days with a total rainfall of more
than eight inches for this month. Dur
ing the four days of this month there
has been 1.70 inches of rain and the
last three days of September, one inch.
This gives the farmer who was proving
n - n i 3 ... ! . .
For the leaisUture-democratic can-' c " ,jm:u" l,,e . sr.v.
didate. 5 X Frank S. Ward. Will safe
guard the interests of the people. (Pd
Miss Mabel West, daughter of County
Assessor West, representing Fullerton
at the style show, was the successful
candidate as the votes cast showed that
she was the most popular model. He
sides the satisfaction of winning, Miss
nest will be entitled to a -o suit.
Vote for J. T. Welsh for city marshal
City primaries November 0. (Paid adv.)
Vote 57 X Hattie Cameron.
(Paid adv.) nov4
The Rev. William Wallace Toungson,
pastor of the Rose C'ty M. E. church of
Portland, delivered an address last ev
ening before the members of the Ma
sonic lodges of the city at the Masonic
temple and his address was so favorably
received that efforts will be made to
have him speak again within a short
time. His talk last evening was on the
Muson 's creed. Mr. Youngson holds the
onornble position of grand prelate of
the grand encampment of Knights
Templurs of the United States.
Vote 57 X Hattie Cameron, democrat
candidate for state representative.
(Paid adv.) nov4
Mills for city recorder. (Pd.
en days. Today the river gauge is 1.2
feet above zero.
Dr. R. T. Mclntire, physician and
surgeon, 214 Masonic bldg. Phone 440.
Johnson's Hat Works,., phone 1979,
Glen hotel. Hats cleaned, blacked, ren
ovated. Hats called for and delivered.
The Polk-Yamhill-Marion county
Medical society will meet at the Marion
hotel next Tuesday evening. Health and
Industrial Insurance will be the prin
cipal subject of discussion, the subject
chosen this year for the debates of the
mtra-high schools. Dr. R. C. Y'enney,
president of the state association and
Dr. C. J. McCusker secretary, will at
A new class in Shorthand will be
started at the Capital business College
next Monday evening to accommodate
some who could not begin two weeks
ago. All are welcome. Phone 38 for in
formation. The Oregon Electric sold 102 tickets
this morning for the Washington and
Eugene game this afternoon at Eugene.
Household Furniture. Woodry
the Auctioneer will pay highest
cash price for same. Phone 511.
L EN S
Look up look dow n, the ' dista.'t
scene becomes shnrp and distinct, and
the printed pngeLis clear and easy to
Such is the Comfort and Helpfulness
of Dr. Mendelsohn's Kryptoks.
I only fit genuine Kryptok lenses
and replace your lens free of charge
for one year if necessary.
Dr. M. P. MENDELSOHN,
Rooms 209-210-211 TJ. S. Nat'l Ek. Bldg
The Fpecial of eight coaches carrying
the University of Washington people
passed through at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. The special of three conches
from Salem left at 10:20 this morning,
v.-ill leave Eugene nt H:3(l fur the return,
arriving in Salem about 8:45.
Try Journal WANT ADS they pay.
First paper for naturalization as an
American citizen was taken out vester-
ay by Theodore Diekman. a farmer
who lives at 343 1-2 North Coniniercinl
street. He says he was born iu Erder
Germany, went to Canada and settled at
Arelee. Saskatchewan, taking out naur
alization papers there. He arrived at
Sumas. Wash., December 13, 1SH5, and
esterday renounced all allegiance to
King George V. Second papers were tak
en out by Joe Monteleone, 1733 North
Church street, who says he was born in
San Christian, Italy, 'and came to the
uited States from Naples. Italv. on
September 15. 1903- He renounced his
allegiance to King V letor Emmanuel III
to become an American citizen.
The double vision glasses worn by the man or
woman of middle age look exactly like the single
vision glasses work by young people of twenty-five
if the double vision glasses are
Ask for them by name.
Miss A. McCulloch
208-209 Hubbard Bldg.
Vote 67 X Hattie Cameron.
Vote 57 X Hattie Cameron, democrat.
ie candidate for state representative.
(Paid adv.) Dov4
A good position can be had by any
mbitious young man or vounir ladv
in the field of railway or commercial
telegraphy. Since the ' passage of the
eieht hour law bv congress, it has creat
ed a big demand for telegraph operat
ors. Positions paying from $75 to $80
per nionta. with good chauces for ar-
aneement. It will pav vou to write
Railwav Telegraph Ins't. of Portland.
Ore., for full particulars. uov4
Vote for J. T. Welsh fof city marshal
Citv Primaries November ?. (Paid adv.)
4 M M M M M M M M
Percy R. Kelly
Republican Candidate for Re-election as
Vote for 2.
Address: 117 W. 6th St.
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