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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1916.
W. B. Corsets"
. Salem's Big Department Store "Butterick Patterns"
Continued Clearance Sale of Women's Stylish Suits,
Coats, Dresses, Skirts.
A sale of Silk Dresses and Wool Dresses in a variety of splendid models,
former prices to $36.85, now JQ gJ
A Sale of Women's and Misses Suits including serges, cheviots, poplins,
broadcloths, etc, some fur trimmed. Dozens to choose from. Sale
A clearance of Coats and Skirts former prices up to $27.50. Take your
choice at $4.95
One lot of Dresses and Skirts very stylish garmentsseason's newest
Dresses formerly up to $30:00 Skirts formerly up to $17.50. Clearance
, 821st WEDNESDAY SURPRISE SALE
Warm, Comfortable, Knitted Petti
coats will be sold at . . 45c Each
Here's an offering of Short Winter Petticoats in the knitted styles at a record low price. Just the thing
for cold weather. Has a fitted waist and may be had in grey with black, red or white stripe border, or in
white with pink or blue border. Special for Tomorrow at 45c Each
Sale starts at 8:30. See the display.
A New Lot of Stylish Crepe De Chine Waists
These have just been opened up. They're unusu
ally dainty choice of flesh, white or maize colors,
Priced---- $3.50 and $4.50
QUALITY AND SERVICE
I PERSONALS t
C K. Carr, of Kugene, is registered at
A. W. Cook, of Dallas, was in the city
August Sperling of Independence if
in the city.
1. F. Friesen, of Dallas, is registered
at the Capital hotel.
J. F. Eubel was a Salem visitor yes
terday from Hermiston.
E. R. Bingo went to Albany this
morning on the Oregon Electric.
Kmil Sondberg of Prntum is trans
acting business in the city today.
Dan Shieldo, of Detroit, Oregon, is
in the city with a view of locating here.
George G. Brown, elerk of the stato
land board, went to Medford this morn
Miss (.loo Konnon returned yesterday
nrter a visit or several months in 1'eu
dleton. C. E. Rush, living north of the city
on the Pacific Highway was in the
city this morning.
Oda I.. Chapman am? mother will
leave Thursday for a visit of several
months in Sua Diego.
Mr. and Mrs. 51- I.. Whitsell will
Ieuvo Thursday for an extended visit
in St. Paul and other Minnesota points.
.Tames I.. Clark, formerly of Spring
field, now engaged in the hop business
at Salem, returned to that city yester
day after a short visit here. Eugene
Asa Bowers, who has been with the
0. JL Roberts grocery, will leave Thurs
day for I.os Angeles, where he will enter
the employ of a firm handling unto ac
Dr. R. Meuric Roberts, osteopathic
physician, 30!) Masonic bldg. Phono 400
A buckskin horse was picked up last
night on J.eshe street bv the Snlem
police and taken to the Cherry City
barn where its owner can find it.
All Around Town
Nov. 14. Pilgrim's (Jlub meet
t Congregational church,
H:3U p. m.
November 14. Six o'clock club
meeting at First 11. E.
ohiirch 0:30 p. in.
iiov. 14-llusinoss Men's League
aud Grocers' Retail associa
tion meet nt Commercial club
ti ). in.
Nov. 15. Annual tiupayers '
meeting at city hall.
Nov. 20. Dean Alden's address
on ''Historical Lies," Waller
November 211 Prof. MacMurray
locture at opera house.
Nov. 2,1. Annual taxpayers'
meeting auditorium high
school, 8 p. m.
Nov. 24. lecture at Publie
Ubrary, on "Health Insur
ance," by Dr. Hobbins of V.
Ueo. 3. Elk's Memorial serv
ices, opera house, 2:30 p. m.
Dec. 4. City Election.
Deo. 4-0. Third Annual Marion
County Corn Show.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits glass -M
eorrectly. U. 8. Bank. Bld.
Tha Lady Maccabees will hold their
titular card party Wednesday after
aooa Nov. 15. Ladies and friends wel
come. McCornnck hall.
....... I . .. . in
Dr. F. H. Thompson of 410 Bank of
Commerce bldg., specializes in Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. tf
The Golden Ru'e degree will be con
ferred this evening at the meeting of
tviiuimcue Einrnmpmcut jo. 2 at the
Odd Fellows 'hall.
-Dr. Stone's Drug Store maV.es free
delivery. Phono 3,"i.
L. D. Ratliff , who waa in the race for
representative in the Oregon legislature
lit the lust election, left for Senttle to
day on a business trip. Ho will be gone
Be sure and see the style show at
tno Episcopal rectory Thursday night.
The Six o'Clock club of the First
Methodist church will meet this cvcuini;
at 6:30 o'clock in the parlors of the
First Methodist church to hear im ad
dress by Carl Abruma,
La Corona Salem's best made cigar
try one todny.
Your furs remodeled, furg for sale,
West Fur Co., 217 South High St.
A. I. Baldwin left today for Seattle
and other Washington cities. He will
spend some time demonstrating and in
troducing Cereo to the people of that
section. It is reported that thero is a
steady and growing demand for this Sn-lcm-madc
product which promises to be
come a very popular drink among form
er coffeo users.
See the Style Show at the jitney so-
Tour Vision the must inionrtuiit
Uliing on earth. More urccinns thnn nit
ciiil Thursday night. Episcopal recto-(the wealth of the, world is vour evc-
rv i ulnlit ...: i , T ., . '
rtu ujnieiti service out ine nest
Here is another prune story. C. H.
Brown, of tho Rosednlo district, on a 20
acre tract, raised 22 tons of dried
prunes, and sold them for 6 1-2 and
6 3-4 cents a pound. With 44,000 pounds
of prunes at this price, it is easy enough
to figure that Mr. Brown balanced his
ledger on tho right side after easting
np accounts for the year's work.
Have your picture taken Thursday
night at jitney social Episcopal rec
tory. Regarding the action of the board
of control this morning, Warden Minto
this afternoon said he had nothing toi
say. A rumor was afloat also to the
effect that the two convicts who hail
been "hosed" and which hosing culm
inated in the request for his resignation,
were critically , ill but Warden Minto
said the were out playing ball this afternoon.
We Have The
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VS-'J J1S cu I
The prices we are making on canned goods have
attracted an enormous amount of buyers.
They come from every
where and then buy
THE REASON Canned goods are going to be'
OUR PRICES on many lines are way below the
wholesale cost to us now.
We have the goods, the right prices, and by far
... the best assortment.
W. E. Slater, former secretary of the
Snlem Elk lodge, now with the U. S.
army as driver of an army auto truck,
writes as follows from Me Allen, Texas:
"November ti. We leave here to drive
to San Antonio. It is 350 miles mid
we expect to be on tlio road 10 days.
Will I..I v.. 1, .!,,. .... !.. II "
o , I in the way of an ndvnnce per dozen
Salem Aciitvmv Af n5i, i I for fresh eggs and that much to each
standardized dancing, Class Vridavs 1 "'"'J? of fUmr- Whil CPK? n.r solliug
i:.I0 p. in. Social dnnc uir Friday 11:001"' uu " "'"'" mis is iioining
p. in. l'olk dancing class Saturday n-,10 ' uuus,ul1 for ,"ne of .vear- -eord-P.
in. Private lessons. Instructed by "'K V 0110 of ,l10 "1'"K grocers this
rnseiita neniing, nssisted bv Willard i ,"ur""1
The West Central circle which was
to meet at Mrs. E. A. Kuntz's Wednes
day evening, will meet at Mrs. .1. II.
Knkjy s 515 Court St.
Five cents were added to the troubles
, of the good housekeeper this morning
Hall. Hurst Hall. Phone 02.
At one of our busy stores. We not only tell you that
.we save you money but we can actually show you
where we can.
If we were not selling cheaper why do the people
flock to our stores as they did Saturday.
Bring your Baskets and we'll fill them for less.
J. L. Busick & Son
118 South Commercial
299 North Commercial
Good Templars to meet. Tho Good
Templars will meet, in their hnll 207
S, Church St. this evening at 8 p. in
All members are requested to be present.
i The Industrial committee of the Com
mercial club will meet this evening at
7:30 o'clock in tho club rooms. The
members of this committee are Theo
dore Roth, W. A. Marshall, E. A. Kurtz,
Aug. lluckestein and B. C Miles. The
meeting will also be attended by T. B.
Kay, David Eyro, William Walton,
(leorge F. Rodgers, S. B. Elliott and
Joseph II. Albert.
! Mr. and Mra. Harry Grady of Port
land will start their class in Modern
dancing Thursday, nt the Moose hall.
( lass for children 2:311 to HiIlO; class
for young peoplc.7:00 to S:H0; class for
ndults S:;i() to 10:30, Mr. and Mrs. Ura
ly may lie seen at the Marion hotel
Frank F. Schrara of Coqullle Is in the
city to attend the funeral of his sister,
Blanche Marie Schrnni, Wednesday aft
ernoon. Mr. Schrnm was a former resi
dent of Snlem with the Weller Grocery
for many years and later manager 'of
the grocery department of the Chicago
store- llo is past chancellor of Snlem
Central lodge, No. 18, Knights of Pythias.
! CARD Or THANKS
I We wish herewith to express our
thanks for the kindnesses shown us
I during our recent bereavement in tho
dentil of R. II. Hone.
Mrs. Lee MeCortnick,
tieorgo H. Dunsford,
Mrs.. .1. T. Welsh,
Mr. .. .1. Clark,
W. 11. BUUk.
obtainable would be a mighty poor buy
At the most reasonable prices I place
at your command an experience cover
ing 34 years of eye examination and
fitting of glasses not only experience,
but years of scientific study of the
subject and every modern aid for prop
er fitting. - 7
My examinations are thorough, and
omiwe me to determine tho exact con
dition of your eyes my methods nre
scientific and accurate.
My interest docs not censo with the
delivery, but continues for all time.
Patrons arc welcome to drop in nt any
time for adjustments and examination.
if you break your classes I can replace
I tho lenses while you wait, except com
pounds ami jryptoK8.
I am a graduatp of Heidelberg Col
lego, Germany, iu medicine and surg
ery, but I do not practice medicine, as
I am a specialist in optometry and de
vote my entire attention to the correct
fitfing of glasses. "
1 guarantee satisfaction in every
respect. I use no drugs or drops in
making examinations as they are
Dr. M. P. MENDELSOHN,
Rooms 209-210-211, U. S. Bk. Bldg.
The good citizen who has nothing spe
cial to do tomorrow night and who
doesn't find enough excitement at
home following the evening meal
whether it bo dinner or supper will
find something of interest going on at
the city hall. There ho will find the
city fathers assembled to pass on the
1017 midget, nnd ho will be permitted
to express his opinion orally on the
budget as a whole or in part, or forever
after hold Mb peace. Ordinarily, what
ever action is token at the tax payers
meeting called to act on the budget, is
sanctioned nt the following meeting of
the citv council.
or Grocery Dealer1
II 'JB'll 111 U
First-class work. All kinds
of repairing. All work guar
anteed. Twenty-five years'
experience. , Leave orders at
Schnffer Drug Store, phone 107.
Residence phone 1403. s
J. E. HOCKETT,
015 Highland Avenue.
Notice to the voters of the city of
Salem is given by City Recorder Elgin
that tho registration books of the citv
hall for the December election will
close Saturday evening nt five o'clock.
This will be fifteen days before the
election ami as required by law.
Joseph Hiegel report to the police
that his house at 100 Xorth Seven
teenth street was broken into Friday
night and a Snlem high school badge
bearing the inscription "(let Eugene's
Goat," a folding tan purse containing
f2.i0 and belonging to Walter Kansom,
anil fifteen cents of lliegel's were
taken. Officer Varncy investigated the
Histories have boen published that
contain stories that are not exactly the
whole truth odd magazine articles have)
been written in which the truth is won
derfully colored. Just to call attention
to some of our cherished historical stor
ies nnd to show wherein we have been
mis-informed, Dean George II. Alden
will deliver an address on "Historical
Lies" next Monday evening at Waller
chapel. This is the second number of
the series of winter lectures nt the
Your gift with our imprint needs no
lurther recommendation. Set your;
watch by our street clock. Gardner 4r
Kceuc, Salem's most reliable jewelors.
Do you remember the Riverside Dtp,
"Sweet Alice Ben Boltl" It was just
a few mouths ngo when the dipwiurtlie
social center of the city. Well, the swim
ming pool is ijtill 'there and so are the
bath houses, but for fear a flood might
come along and sweep snlil bath houses
into another county, with wire ropes
they have been tied down and anchored
to nearby trees. Assurance nre made
that the Riverside Dip will open for
business on schedule time iu the good
old summer time of 1017.
At the Salem public library a special
week for children's books will be ob
served, from November 25 to December
2. During that week the approved books!
for children will be placed on display
in two biudings, one in the expejisive .
form nnd another with just the average !
binding. This display at thd library isj
intended especially for those who wish i
to present books to children Christmas
time, but are unccrtuin as to which to
select. A week after the children's
book display, there will be a special
week of books for boy scouts. i
"Celestial Mechanics" is the subject
of an address to be given by ArtRW;
D. Carpenter of Senttle, before the
pupils of the three junior high schools
and the high school Thursday and Fri-j
day of this week. Mr. Carpenter brings '
with ih in a tellurian that actually pro
duces the motions of the sun, moon and
earth in the path they describe and also
illustratting tho time. This machine
is so accurately constructed that in re-;
cent tests, attached to. a motor, it was
show that the motions' of the machine
would keep exact time with the motions
of the earth and the seasons.
The second number of the lecture
course to be given this winter at the
public library is dated for Friday ev
ening November 24, when .Dr. Edwin
Clyde Bobbins, of the I'niversity of
Oregon, will deliver an address on
"State Insurance." This proposition
of state insurance is believed bv ninnv
to be one of the inportunt questions of
the day. It was discussed at the re-,
cent meeting of the Polk-Yiimhill-Mnr-
ion Medical society nt its Snlem meet !
ing, aud tho high school orators of the!
state will meet in contest debating the I
Sheriff William Each of this coun-1:
ty, who has the reputation of being an
efficient officer, is among those men
tioned unofficially as a possible head
for the Oregon state penitentiary to!
fill the vacancy caused by the retire- J
ment of John Minto from that position.!
r.c u na oeen sneritt of ..Marion coun
ty for the past four years ami did not
run for the re-election at the recent
election. He was succeeded without
contest by "Babe" Needham. Parole
Officer Keller has also been mentioned
as a possible new warden. Others are
of the opinion the plum might fall to
Ucputv Sherwood.. J
After trying for six weeks to give the
public first class showa at the opera I
house on Sundays, Manager Bligh uu-'
Thermometers that wei-.'
vaudevillo will bo closed. However, I ..,ls,..i ,,, ,i, .;,i rM.l,yA..l ',! .,,m e
nounces that the Sunday Hippodrome zero mark.
three top liners of the Hippodrome vim-! "'Kl't
devillc will appear each Sunday at the
Bligh theatre, beginning next Sunday.
During the six weeks that this first
class vaudeville has appeared every per
formance has been given at a loss. Aft
er giving the show for six Sundays, Mr.
Bligh decided the public did not want
the full Hippodrome bill. Hence the
transferring of the three best numbers
each Sunday to the Bligh.
The low night temperature seems to
have settled down to 27 above as this
record was made Monday night, with
a low of 20 above for Saturday and
Sunday nights. The river is tailing
with a gunge today of 1.4 above the
Household Furniture. Woodry
tho Auctioneer will pay 'Highest
cash price for same. Phone 511.
Of farm stocks, implement and
household furniture on Thursday
Nov. Hi, 1010, commencing at
1:00 p. m., loeatcd ")'... miles
south of Snlem on the river
road. Marion county, route 3,
box. 23 1 A or 3-4 mile south of
l.ivcslcy station, consisting of
1 matched team, 3 vis. old,
weight. l.'HM) lbs., broken; 1 fresh
cow; 1 cow to freshen in .Tn un
ary; 1 ti horse power I. II. C.
gasoline engine and wood saw;
all kinds of farm machinery and
household furniture; 1 cream sep
arator and .ninny other things.
Terms 1 year.
I.ouis D. Johnston, owner.
F. N. WOODRY, Anctionce
Phono "1 1 .
Rostein & Greenbaum
Reduced prices in Millinery Department. We have
marked down all our Hats-discounts of a third to a
half. Nice new Hats, some at half-price. Call and
see them. Nice new Hats at $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75,
$3.00 and $3.50 each.
NEW HATS, ORNAMENTS AND FEATHERS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Cotton Blankets, a pair
75c, $1, $1.25 and $1.50
Nice Woolnap Blankets
White Wool Blankets,
Wool Blankets, pair
$5.00 and $6.00
Bath Robe Blankets
and cord $3.00
Ladies' wool Hose,
Ladies' winter Union
Ladies' wool Union
Suits, odds, to clean up
$:?.50 and $4.00 suits' at
$5, $7, $8.75 and 10.00
All special good values.
Just in from New York.
The very newest in
men's all wool suits,
priced $12.50 and $15.00
We also have men's
good suits at $10 and
$7.50 a suit.
Ladies' and Girls' Coats
Not many left. Here
you can get a nice coat
at a low price.
pair . . ,
Men's good work Shirts
Men's winter Union
Suits $1.00 A
Boys' winter union
240 and 246 COMMERCIAL STREET
CHIROPRACTIC IS THE
Tf your spine is right, you are right.
Those who have tried every old method
and found no relief should try- Chiro
practic nnd get well. MnuV hundreds
of grateful patients in Snlem and elsc
wliero can substantiate mv statements.
Six adjustments will be given for the
snail fee of .-,.00." difficult cases,
which require X-ray examinations and
Spirographs can obtain them at a nom
inal fee. Only expert Spinograph work,
tery successful in stomach and bowel
troubj.s and diseases peculiar to
P. H. MAY, D. C,
Hubbard Building pilone 572