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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1916.
r JUST RECEIVED 250 PAIRS OF COTTON
IB flat milk
MADE OF SELECTED AMERICAN COTTON BYTHE FAMOUS
LAKESIDE MILLS, VERY CLOSELY WOVEN INTO A HEAVY
WEIGHT WITH A SOFT VEVETY NAP; CONTAIN NO
v SHODDY OR WASTE, SANITARY AND DURABLE. COME
. IN COLORS OF TAN, GRAY AND DARK GRAY WITH
, BORDERS OF PINK, BLUE, TAN AND GRAY.
ON SALE TOMORROW
C- - !-.. V f I 1 H
surprise rany uiyen . LimiDer iraae txpansiou
Is rrachcally Unlimited
(CapitBl .Tournnl Specinl Service)
Victor I'oint, Nov. 22.-rA nappy f
fair of the Victor Voiiil neighborhood
San Francisco, Xov. 22 "Tho trade
was a mrr.r'i) nartv Given tn Mr., and !.extonio possibilities are limited only
Mm. .lacob Docrfler Thursday even- b-v 1ho Mentvto which the lumber
ing. . . . men furnish fundi for 'the promotion
Progressive "five hundred"., ivas ur '"Cir own mmmess.'
GALE & COMPANY
Formerly the Chicago Store
SALEM'S biggest popular priced Department Store Not connected with any
other in this city. CORNER COURT AND COMMERCIAL, STS., SALEM, ORE
played until a Into hour when a do
licious lunch was served.
The- object of me party behrg to or
ganize a curd club, the house, was call
ed to order and Glenn McC'lellau was
elected president, Jacob Doerfler, sec
retary and; treasure.
The', nieuibenr are as , follows: Mr.
'aud iurs. Jucob. Doerfler, Mr. aud Mrs.
Olenn McC'lellnn," Mr. and Mrs.' Frank
Doertler, Ava Darby, Lizzie Krcnz,
Mjiry . I)oerf lor, . Elsie Darby, Bertha
Krena, Margaret Doerfler, Leona Jtub
bnrd, Edith v rAjx, Hertha Doerfler,
.lames .Darby, Martin Doerfler, Marion
Lewis, 'Willie Krenz, Ivan Darby, Alex
Doerfler, Nov- fox, Edd Krcn'z, Ben
S'ar, Josio j Doerfler, '.Tilling . Kreii?.,
j Rickreall Items
., . , -
(Capital journal Special Service)
RicUreall, Xov. 22. Mr. and Mrs. J.
O. Frice motored to Portland Thursday
for a few days visit with relatives.
Mr. nud U. L. E. Burch were Sa
lem visitors Wednesday.
Miss Alma Riley, the primary teach
er, weut.io Monmouth for -an over
Sunday visit with her brother and
Mr." Iliclicrsou and daughter, Arlie,
went to Salem Saturday.
Mrs. Walter Edwards and son, Jack,
o. Portland spent Sunday with her
father, ,T. Hickerson, and sister, Miss
Little Lehind Burch had the misfor
tune to run a large splinter into his
hund while pluyin; al school and had
to' have the aid of Dr. Rollnian to re
A chimney lire at the home of S. T.
Burch called out' the bucket brigade
about seven o'clock Thursday evening
Happily no damago was done.
The dunce given by the orchestra
Saturday night wns well attended aud
a eool time was reported.
mm was ine auvice 01 i. r weyer-j
haeuser of St. l'aul who accompanied
the eastern lumbermen on their trip!
west to preach the gospel of national j
advertising of lumber. !
At tho very minimum the lumber'
manufacturers of tho United States!
should furnish i100,OOu per year for
national trade extension. Unless they
do so, it rannot be considered that
iney oenovc seriously in tne necessity
for adopting modern means for thej
protection anil extension or tneir mar
kets. '. " '
"Notwithstanding tho almost crim
inal .lack of support of the trade ex
tension department, it has been able,
during tho past year, to get organized
upon a; sound basis, and to begin per
manent work" of' great -benefit to the
lumber industry. One of its first ef
forts has been to ereuto a Tellable ser
ies of reference' literature up on the
use of lumber by the architect, the en
giueer, the contractor and the build-'
er. The engineering . bulletins ' upon;
structure ll timber and. mill construe-1
tion, buildings have been gladly ro-!
eetved and used by architects and en- j
gincers everywhere, wno have long '
wanted and been unable to get thisi
kind of information upon how to use j
timber. The bulletins upon "Farm:
Structures" aro getting an enthusius-1
tic reception from lumber dealers,!
farm papers and agricultural colleges.!
They till as distinct a gap in their !
field as do the other puhlicantions in!
the engineering field. The bulletin on
teachers' cottuges has been wonderful-,
ly popular ami the building of newf
teachers' cottages can be directly;
traced to tho iufluenco of this publica-1
i turn. I
"There nre over 100 cities in the
United States of more than ."iO.OlHl pop-i
illation, in scarcely one of- which is
the building code worked out upon the
basis of a right and intelligent use t
of wood. These cities have been a big1
market for our products, in the past.'
Thev will afford a very small market !
in tw future unless we -put the use of
our material upon the same scientific!
On your next order of Groceries: Bring your basket
and save. ; money, for Xmas.' Prices cut on ' all
Groceries. We make pur own prices.' But we buy
in large quantities and get all discounts. ' ;
''"''. ' '..'v.. ':..,.
. We sell for less not just as good, but genuine
Groceries. . ' , .
J. L. Busick & Son
118 South Commercial 299 North Commercial
Woodburn,. are visiting "iht'i r uncle, Mr.
Kniliiiinv t'nv n few rlnvu.
Mr. Kd Bai'th wns here from Silverton I iai i "" imui-rmis, iiiki
Sunday. j actively piuticiputc in the training of.
Mr. Otto Oswald left for Detroit, ! u,m,"."K , 0" l, um.1 our prouucin
Makes Fine Showing
A fine exhibit was -held by the pupils
nf Hayesvilio school Inst Friday af.ter
i.ooji. It tflTs in the nature ot a fair
nud many and varied were tho displays
which eonsi-sted of the things tho pupils
had made, raised or taken care of them
selves. The boys had most excellent ex-
j hihits of dent and pop corn, potatoes,
; squash, etc., and one had a mammoth
pumpkin which attracted much alten
j tion. Other exhibits were largo sled,
! n hanging basket, mechanical devices,
chickens, rauoits ana guinea pigs, luc
I chickens were especially fine. The girls'
'exhibits consisted of ennned goods.
I bread,, knitting, odd collections, and
'many kinds of fancy and practical
i needle work. Each child also had speci-
mens of various kinds of school work on
! display. Numerous visitors culled and
i inspected (he work. Miss Mary E.
! RflVlinidH 11 11 1 1 AIvs. A. T-! Zimmrnmii
were the imlcres uresenteH nwrn-ils
i for the best pieces of work.
Mt Angel News "
( Capital Journal Special Service.)
Mount Atlgel, Ore., Nov. 22. Misses
Elizabeth and Catherine Kibbler, of
Get this $1.00
Double Lipped 22 Quart Saucepan
Rpeclul offer expires on
ilnle nuincd In coupon. -Tliereui'ter-
price will be
Mivh.. last Monday whero ho will re
main for a year to work for the Ford
company. Wo all wish him success
are given the consideration their mer
it warrants. Already the National
Lumber Manufacturers association has
been of material assistance to several
.1 V 1 Irt 1
ouihihv, iuveuiuur Ji', me auiiuui i ... . -ii-i,r.,i.
i,. i.i,i : r.o,;ai, I'lties-in the revival ot their buildin.
1...11 t.'.... .. ....1 i.i ...:.i codes.
nun. 1,111 luuu, tuuiiu niiu uiii, liiril
their utmost to make it a success. A
sum of $1,108 wns cleared to pay off
tho debt on the church.
Mr. Anton Uusher nud family return
ed from St. John's where they resided
for n few months. Mr. Rusher has tak
en back his old occupation ns shoe
maker and is occupying the Ebne build
ing next to the postofl'ice,
.Miss Eli.nbcth Keber, a teacher in
Portland public schools, enmerhoinc over
Sunday to uttend the bu.unr.
William E. Newell, assistanjiostmas
ter at Grants l'ass, was fined tSKl.!)-
and was sentenced to six months in the
county jail for embezzling funds from
the (i rants l'nss postoffice.
Sell it Journal want ads. will sell it
"I'losely connected with the uV of
lumber in cities and especially wiiliiu
the fire limits of cities, is that of imik-'
ing wood and especially shingles, more
fire resistent. The elimination of shin-j
gles from many communities has been
more hysterical than reasonable, duej
to ail insidious cultivation of the idea j
that "wood burns," by interests'
which have much to gain through the1
prohibition of the use of wood. A tre-j
mendous field of lumber and shingle
consumption will be lost unless we be
gin at once to showfas we can con-j
clusively, that the fire loss of the.
country is due very much more to
carelessness, methods of construction, j
and combustible contents, than to thoi
materiuls of construction themselves.
'Mine of the most important lines of
work of the trade extension depart
ment consists. of cooperation with the
retail lumber dealers. Tho retail yard
dealer is the man who distributes tho
bulk of our product to the individual'
consumer. ,ln many ways heknoiys
more ubout the consumers' needs and
prejudices than we do. It is highly iin-'
portaut that we work with the retail
er in every possible way in furnishing
him with information and service that ,
will help him sell our material to tho!
I'unuer, the contractor, tho engineer j
and 'to everyone who has need for a:
hiugle or board.
"In many, ways the retailer has
none ahead of the lumber nianufactur-1
er in the adoption of modern methods
ot merchandising. We will lose great
ly unless we cooperate with him and
iii: Ko it easy for him to sell our products."
church; the Hev. F. S. Stnnnard, of lie)
Baptist church; TiCvi T. rennington, t f
Pacific. College, and the Hev . It. II.
Ilicks, pastor nf the Christian church,
took part in the services.
Mr. llrtssett was born April U'i, 1S7-1,
and wus married in April, 1SH2, i t
Ixon, 111., to Miss Olive Davlis. l e
leaves a wife, nine children, one broth
er and three sisters.
OLENN BASSETT BURIED
Ncwhorg, Or., Nov. 21. The funeral
of the lute Glenn (). ltassett, who was
killed in the unloading of logs at the
Spnuldiug Logging Company's mills
hero last Thursday, was held here this
afternoon, lie had been the manager
here for the company for five years.
The largest church in Newberg was
crowded und the floral offerings were
The Masons und the Woodmen of the
World attended ill bodies. The Hev.
George II. Lee, of the Presbyterian
MRS. WTXBEB TO SA1EM.
The domestic troubles involving Mi',
and .Mrs. (.'. A. Wilber, of this city,
wero settled Saturday night, when Mn.
Wilber accepted $ KlO and departed for
Salem, Slie expects to make her futuio
home in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Wil
ber were married here last May, nn l
the former only recently instituted sn t
for divorce against his wife. Their
marriage followed an exchange of let
ters nud photographs covering n period
of ubout two months. .Mrs. Wilber
formerly lived in Oklahoma. Kosobuig
FOR THROAT AND LUNGS
BTl'tSHOKN COUGHS AND CKMg
HOI.U BV ALL I.KAUl.NU DRl'CitllS
S V- Wlmm f'-Mg Crowds" at'Our Fire'sale
tiHSVvV' i.Py- - j and the coupon if pre- m m
- xsss;si se,?J:v:5ri9t6,'e 4 Prove the Merit of 'Our Bargains 1
Do you know why so many women prefer "Wear-Ever" aluminum cooking
utensils? If not, see for yourself the difference .between "Wear-Ever" and
other kinds of aluminum utensils. -Aluminum
Is NOT All The Same
Be sure you get "Wear-Ever." Look
for the "Wear-Ever" trade mark on
the bottom of every utensil. If it is fp
not there it is not "Wear-Ever." Re- vkw
Cat out the coupon today. Take it to
your dealer and get the "Wear-Ever"
Sauce-pan for only 69c. '
Ray L. Farmer
Imperial Furniture Co
Salem Hardware Co.
Craven Hardware Co.
Guy Bros. .
Other stores located
t , wherever this paper1 cir-
X culates may honor "Wear-
X Ever" Coupons.
Get Your Saucepan
The Aluminum Cooking
" Utensil Co.
Craven and Huff
Slopes Bros. & Cockle
J. W. Ebner
N. I. Morrison
The stores named below will honor the
"Wear-Ever" coupons if presented on
or before Nov. 25, 1916. ,
Iyie, Payne & Son
C. M. Wray
Lilly Hardware Co.
Woodburn .' -Landon
Special Linoleum Bargains
New Kensington, Pa.
.- r rrrss-, rr- " -,--- s-tsM;
" "Wear-Ever" Coupon
Any M..r that sells nvnr A'r.r' aliiuilnuin w.re may
Scccnj tia ..iiion and title In payment for oat "Utur
i'l'Ti '. . V"ttrt ,,,""-'l"" which m-Hh regularly at
t.". uroTldwl jr.iu present the Coupon .In person nt
'me "."rtJ."-''" '"T' 'J'' '"'"-"'""'K "'ereuu ,ur
f.. a c.in.. i.r. ..e. ..Miiy une p ,oi,i
Name -I ,
AfMress , . . . . ' '.
lily ..I..'. ..: i
TIIK AM MIM'M COOKIXi; t TKXSII. I'O.
Se Kensington rennylvanla
Reg. 80c Linoleum for . . .60c Yd. Laid
Reg. 90c Linoleum for-. . . 74c Yd. Laid
Reg. $1.10 Linoleum for 99c Yd. Laid
Reg. $1.25 Linoleum for $1.09 Yd. Laid
Reg. $1.50 Linoleum for $1.23 Yd. Laid
Reg. $1.85 Linoleum for $1.56 Yd. Laid
These Are The Greatest Linoleum Bargains
Ever Offered in Salem
Do your Christmas
Shopping early as
the stocks are all
complete and sel
ection is easier.
Save money now
by purchasing the
piece of furniture
you have always
wanted it's here