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THE DAILY" CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1916.
Ives Toys Salem's Big
No. 822 WEDNESDAY SURPRISE SALE-TOMORROW
Dainty. Stamped Fancy Aprons at 29c
Here are unusually desirable Aprons for holiday gifts. Made of fine
cross-bar material, fancy stitched around edge and pockets in either red
or blue. Stamped designs on front, ready for embroidering. Embroider
several of these and give them for Christmas.
a pi t .nft See the Window Display,.
On Sale Tomorrow at 29c Sale Starts at 8:30.
MEYERS' IS SALEM'S CHRISTMAS STORE
This big store is rapidly acquiring the Christmas appearance and spirit of
the'season. Holiday goods are being . displayed in each section. In choos
ing gifts for Christmas giving at this store you have the advantage of pick
ing from large assortments and at prices that smaller stores cannot du
plicate. Buy your Christmas goods at Meyers' -"The Store of the Chri
stmas Spirit." . ' ..
All Around Tpwn
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits fl twe
et aorrectly. U. 8. Bank. Bldj. .
Five sleepers found lodging In the
eity jail last night from the cold weath
er, up to the present time there have
teen few who sought the comforts of
the police station' for a night ' lodging.
Dr. P. H. Thompson of 416 Bank of
Commerce bldg., specializes in Eye,
Ear, .Nose and Throat. - U
The boxers and wrestlers of the T. M.
C. A., are now becoming interested in
their work and as soon as the local
athletes are in condition, the public will
be invited to witness contests, just to
ekow what progress has been made.
Dr. Stone'SiDrug store makes free
delivery, l'houe 35.
The Loyal Sons of the First Christian
church met. Inst evening to discuss plans
for the winter. Tho Endeavor Bocioty
when it comes
. Look foe fTHfivT
this signature fiUUUWiiii
Z.. i t: . All WW I
A GIGANTIC CLEARANCE OF
WOMEN'S AND IK SUITS
If you need a suit or want an extra one, by aD
means see this big offering of stylish, up to the minute
garments at tremendous reductions. High class tail
ored suits of fashion's favored fabrics in colorings
that will suit most anyone.
Women's and Misses' Suits, formerly priced up
to $35.00, choice $15.00
Entire Stock of Suits included, former prices up
to $50.00, choice HALF PRICE
QUALITY AND SERVICE
of the church has recently purchased
a piano and is preparing tngive an en-
tortiuninent during the holiday season.
Buy him a box of La Corona cigars
for Xuins he'll enjoy them.
About aU that can be said of the po
tato market at the present timo is that
there hardly is a market, although the
ruling prices tiro from $1.20 to iH.25.
Commission men all make the same com
plaint, that of no enrs and shipping con
ditions getting worse.
A good $35 dining table, round top,
slightly used, $15. O. S. Hamilton Fur
Since the dentists of the city have
been giving their time for the free
clinic each Saturday moruing at the
Garfield school for the. benefit of the
school children, it has been noted that
ouly about two per cent of the children
in the eity school take proper car of
their teeth. In other words, l8 per
cent need instructions in that line.
Business is good at the big store. All
clean, fresh -goods. Prices right. V. S.
At a general conference of the Men-
nonite church held last Sunday at Prnt
um, the plans of the -Mennonite hospital
in Salem were expluined by F. B. Wcdel.
Several members of the Mennonite
church volunteered their assistance in
tho re-modeling of the property on
South Winter street purchased by Mr.
YVe.sM for the hospital, und uhoudy the
work is under headway.
No sale but everyday prices and good
merchandise are getting the business.
C, S. Hamilton Furniture store.
Chief of Folice Welsh went to Stay
ton yesterday evening and brought buck
Menu Lee, who was arrested there on a
charge of non-support. He was on his
way from here to Mill City when ho was
arrested at Stayton on instructions sent
from this eity. He was arraigned this
Tll i HIMI rn
This is the opposite version on the world wide discussion of birth control now being waged by Margaret Sanger who
was arrested in Portland a year ago. No children under 16 are admitted. .
American Model Builder
morning and he waived examination and
was placed under $200 bond. On failure
to furnish this he was remanded to jail.
A nice six-foot dining table, 42-inch
round top anil pedestal, golden finish,
$9 value elsewhere, our price 0.73. C.
Frank S. Ward has been appointed a
member of the Nntionul Board of Phar
macy on the publicity conimittco- He
Wear double vision
I glasses and still look I
JIV tiLASSES AX. 1
i The Only Invisible Bifocal i
Besides giving the wonderful
convenience of near and far
vision, they keep you young
There isn't a line or a seam in
KRYPTOK (pronounced Crip
tock) (ilasses to let anyone know
you aro wearing do!iblevision
I fit only genuine Kiyptoks.
Dr. M. P. Mendelsohn
Rooms 209-210-211 TJ. S. Nat'l Bk
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Nov. 22. Odd Fenows' annual
November 22. Class Boom The
atre, at opera house-
Nov. 22. Monthly meeting of
Nov. 23. Annual taxpayers'
meeting auditorium high
school, 8 p. m.
Nov. 24. Lecture at Public
Library,"" on "Health Insur
ance," by Dr. Bobbins of U.
I November 27. Arabian Knights
November 29. C'herrinn Jitney
Dance at armory.
Dec. 3. Elk's Memorial serv-
ices, opera house, 2:30 p. m.
'Dec. 4. City Election.
Dec. 4 9. Third Annual Marion
ije County Corn Show.
wilt serve with the four members from
Texas, Mississippi, Massachusetts and
Delaware. The headquarters of the Na
tional Association Board of Pharmacy
are located in Chicago and the mem
bers of the committee will outline cam
paigns for the general dissemination of
I pharmaceutical information.
The Capital City Rod and Grin club
will hold its annual Thanksgiving shoot
next Sunday afternoon at the club
grounds at the end of the Seventeenth
street car line.
Mrs. F. H. Reeves and 19-monthg-old
son, Gordon, are ill at their home with
pneumonia. They have been ill about
four days and arc reported as getting
along nicely today. .
In the face of sales our business Is
better and better every day. There's a
reason, lietter investigate. C. S. Ham-
Fifty hoyg from the Oregon State
Trnining school, formerly termed the re
form school, will furnish the music for
the services of the Leslie M. E. church
next Sunday evening. They will be in
charge of the superintendent, Will S.
Men of South Salem met last evening
to efefct the organization to be known
as the South Salem Men's club, devot
ed to the interests of South Salem- A
meeting will be held Friday evening at
the Friends church to effect a perman
ent organization. . To draw by-laws and
constitution, a committee was appoint
ed last night consisting of L. K. Geer,
Rev. Horace N. Aldrich, Dr. Fatrchild,
Dr. Ray Pemberton,'Dr. Kllis, Joseph
Barber and J. A. Bishop. The slogan of
the South Salem Men' club will be "A
Bigger and Bettur South Salem." Meet
ings will bo held twtce a mouth.
Do not buy until you have looked
over our line of home furnishings. You
will like our goods and prices. C. S.
Hamilton Furniture store.
To Maurice, the celebrated dnncer
who is making His photoplay debut
with the Famous Players in "The
Quest of Life" with his equally well
known partner Florence Walton, be
longs the honor of having introduced
the Argentine Tango into this country.
Maurice learned the dance while in
South America, worked out an adapta
tion of it, introduced it to Paris, and
later danced it in New York, where it
became the rage.- Maurice and Flor
ence Walton will do some of their
most celebrated dances in "The Quest
of Life" which is tho Paramount pic
ture at Y'c Liberty oday, tomorrow
and Thursday. ,
A beautiful pedestal table. 48-ln. top
anil best quartered oak, $10.50. Other
solid oak tables smaller tops as low
as $!).8.r). C. S. Hamilton, the big store
w ith little prices. .
The general opinion among lawyers is
to the effect that if the proposed bond
ing of the city iS street improvements
is to come before the voters of the city
at tho December i election, that the su
premo court will have to hurry in ren
dering its decision. The legul men say
that notices of election "must be posted
and pamphlets mniled at least 10 days
before an election and such being the
case, this must be done before Thurs
day of this week, the 21th. The eity
recorder refused to place on the ballot
the initiative measure for bonding the
eity for paving, busing his refusal
on legal grounds and mandamus pro
ceedings were brought before the su
preme court to compel him to place the
measure on the ballot for the Decem
ber 4 election.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grady, who
were in Salem last Thursday organiz
ing their classes in modern ball room
dances will start the regular clnss
work at the Moose linll next Thursday,
November 23. t'hil.lrcns class, ages four
to eight. 3 to 4 p. ni. Children ages
nine to thirteen 4:110 to 5:30 p. in.
Young peoples class 7 to 8 p. m. Adults
S:30 to 10:30. The class work will be
given in terms of eight lessons payable
in advauce. nov22
As the time approaches for the elec
tion of King Bing for the coming year
and the fact becomes apparent that the
next King Bing will be obliged to give
considerable of his time to the affairs
3 IT'S HEREc
Only a few
con st. .
in A Q11
of the boosting organisation, some of
the candidates mentioned are sidc-stef-!
ping the honor. It is probable that 1
before the election evening December 4, !
the list of available King Bings will be !
narrowed down to -two or three candi-1
' o I
The committee appointed to solicit
funds for the Salem hospital will meet !
this evening to talk over the situation. I
The committee is composed of Chas. L. I
Dick, H. W. Movers. F- fi. Deekebach, !
William McGilchrist, Jr., DK AV. H. !
Byrd and Walter inslow.
This store has adopted the cor
rect pricing of all merchandise
as endorsed by the National
Grocery association hence the
old policy of an article that
cannot be sold nt 5c must bo
marked 10c is now discarded and
each item will be sold at exactly
what it should be.
( hnrge accounts as well as cash
customers will receive this
Westacott - Theilsen
426 State Street
t t r -
of those 50-pound Felt. Mattresses left for
These Mattresses sell all over for $15.00 and as the
supply is limited we will have to confine the sale to m days
and only, one mattress to each family.
$15 50-lb. Cotton
at . ... .
This Mattress needs no renovating only an occasional
sun bath. Guaranteed to last 10 years. They are made of
long fibre cotton felted into thin layers crossed and re
crossed one upon another, forming a large "batt". Several
of these batts are made into each Mattress and the elasticity
is so great that they must be compressed from 40 inches to
six inches before being encased in the ticking. Special care
is taken that the tufting is made most durable.
L. Stiff &
THE BUSY STORE
TRADE IN YOUR OLD FURNITURE
for Restaurant Man
FOR SALE OB. WILL TRADE, RESTAURANT DOING GOOD
BUSINESS TOR FORD OR REAL ESTATE, OR WHAT HAVE YOU?
SEE H. G. DAMON. 855 NORTH COMMERCIAL ST.
The house at the corner of Conuner-
Iciul and I'niou streets was sold today to
A. J. I.emmon for a consideration of $2,
500. The grantor was 11- H. Hartwell,
of Portland, and tho transfer was hand
led by J. A. Mills. Mr. Lemiuou owns
tho flat on the opposite street coiner.
The average wage earner In Oregon,
according to a stutement of the stato
labor commissioner, loses about seven
days every year on account of sickness.
The average in the United States is nino
days. The average for each man, wo
man and child in the L 8. for medicine
is $5. .
I A dinner and an evening social wi4
be given tonight by the Eastern Star
at the Masonic Temple. The dinner will
be served nt b' o'clock and the program
, of the evening include tho conferring of
degrees. Members of the Kustein Star
' lodges at Turner, Jefferson, Stayton
and Oervais will be present,
i A Harvest Home will be held in the
1 lecture room of First Methodist church
; Friday evening of this week, in the in
I terest of the Old People 's Home. Dona
j tious of fruits and vegetables as well as
' groceries for the home will bo received
at tho church during the day. Friends
i of the Home and the public are invited
for the evening program to consist of
i music, readings and addresses. "
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489 -N, Court x
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Household Furniture. "MToodry
the Auctioneer will pay highest
cash price for same. Phone oil.
First-class work. All kinda
of ' repairing. All work . guar-
anteed. Twenty -five years'
4c experience. Leave orders at
chaffer Drug Store, phone 107.
c, Residence phone 1405.
J. E. HOCKETT,
915 Highland Avenue.
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