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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 1916.
Sale of Fur
Doc. 3. EIVs Memorial scrv-
ices, ope a ho.ise, 2:30 p. m.
" Pee.. 4 City Election.
I Dec. 4. Annual Election of
Der. 5. Musicinne' Association
rnnnn) dunce at Aimpvy.
tys J)c. T.-'-Tho Winning of Bar-
. hara Worth," Opera House. .
- Dec. II -JO. Third Aii'i.ml ta'ar-
ion County Con If how .'n
" Derby building.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, fits f.Mst
. i tf a v. i. hi j .
rHij. u. o. can, u.u..
xii miii -., iiuiK, ui nrnwrj, pv"i ,
Thanksgiring here with relatives This
fu:...j C3 l.l: XT . !
morning He cut to Mlvertnn to iuspect
Dr. r. H. Thompson of 410 Bank of
Coaimercs bldg., specialize! iu Eye,
tar, Nose and Throat. tf
Elmer Ray and J. H. Davis were
fined &10 each in the police court this
morning for being intoxicated. Elmer
V-Hf paid his fine but Davis wont to
The most unusual line of gift giving
articles ever assembled under one roof
is now on display and ready for your
inspection at The Frame Shop & (litt
ery, 415 Court St.
Corporal Lacewell in charge of the TJ.
8. recruiting office at the Keith hotol,
will leave Monday on a recruiting tour,
visiting Independence., Monmouth, Dal
las, Itlaek Koak and Falls City, .
Unitarian bazaar. Home made can
dies. Xnuis gifts on sale Sat. Dee. 2mt,
at Mrs. O. C. Locke's, 115 X. Liberty.
Yesterday afternoon about 5:15
o'clock the fire department was called
to the home of l. S. Holland, manager
of the Patterson Cigar store, at 1055
Msriou street. Tho bin to was confined
to the chimney and no damage was
doae. . . .,
Wanted All Capital Journals dated
October 31, 101(1. Cull Cir. Mgr., phone
A man with $25,000 ready cash writes
the Coiuiuerainl club that he wishes to
engage in the eattlo or sheep business
in this part of the state ami Is asking
information at the Commercial club as
to where he can find a aultablo ranch
or 111 about this amount. Ho writes
from Vauoouver, B. C.
Follow the crowd Uut Tuesday De
eeaiber 5, to tho Musicians' ball at the
The Elks' annual memorial services
to be held Suuday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the opera house is a public
service and the public is invited to at
tend. Members of the Elk lodge will as
semble shortly before 3 o'clock in the
Odd Fellows' hall and march iu a body
down stairs into the auditorium of the
It ia not on every occasion that you
eaa dunce to the tune of a I .It piece
orchestra, Xuff said Musician's ball
Tuesday evening Dec. 5. deel
All Around Town
"THE CHRISTMAS STORE"
We are preparing better than ever to retain the name of Salem's
Christmas Store. .Every department is taking on the holiday
effect and spirit of the season. You'll find gifts for everyone
in this big shopping place, and at lowest possible prices too.
Salem's Big Toyland on the Second Floor.
Large Assortment of Christmas Cards, Calenders, Stickers, etc.
Splendid Gifts for Men, on Display in the Men's Section.
Just Received a Big Shipment of Christmas Slippers.
Many Dainty Made-up Ribbon Novelties, Ribbon Section.
An Enormous Showing of Gift Handkerchiefs, 5c up.
Made-up Breakfast Caps, Scarfs, Camisoles, etc., Lace Section.
The Art Section offers many helps for the Gif Seekers.
Many articles suitable for Gifts at special prices in every Dept."
Women's High Grade Suits at One-Half Price
Come and take your pick of this big stock every garment included. Latest models
in finest fabrics and finish. This is a final clearance of the present season's garments
and offers a most unusual opportunity to save a big amount on your new suit.
Buy Her a Suit for Christmas
ALL $35.00 SUITS-TAKE YOUR PICK $17.50
ALL $40.00 SUITS-TAKE YOUR PICK eJo.QQ
ALL $45.00 SUITS-TAKE YOUR PICK $22 50
BIG RACK OF NEW SUITS UP TO $35.00, SALE PRICE, EACH $15 00
Evangelical Bazaar Dec. 2.
Large Rhode Island pullets for sale
at Mickcnliniii &. Co. I'hono 10.
The -Boy Scouts throughout, the coun
try will observe national book week be
ginning December 4 and in accordance
with this observance, the Salem public
library will put on a special display of
Hoy Scout books and also chibit a list
of desiruble books fur 13 oy Scouts and
those that are officially sanctioned by
Wardrobe trunks at special prices.
2.1.0U value $ 1 K.2.". C. S. Hamilton.
Large Rhode Island pullets for sale
at Miekenhnm 4: Co. I'hono 10V
. t d h . R
WilMnll. HfMinitorv ikf tliA ( 'hert-in nu tin.
t if ring all Clicrriuiis to betake them-
,0Vea to tho Commercial club next Mou-
,av evening at H o'clock for the an
t ii it 1 election of officers. Mr. Wilson
ns sec re tiny will make the annual re
port showing what has been done for
the city's good during the past year anil
also render a financial statement for
Evangelical Bazaar Dec. 2. Masonic
Dance at Aumsville Saturday night.
Boys interested In the organization
of a Junior Commercial club w ill meet
this evening in the auditorium of the
Commercial club. James Heady, who
has had much experience in the organ
ization of boys clubs especially in con
nection with commercial bodies, will rx
plnin to the boys the object of such an
organi.ntion, how it will help them iu
learning self government and the proper
way to effect a perninuet organi.n
Evangelical Bazaar Dec. 2. Masonic
Temple. . dec4
Dance at AumsvUle Saturday night.
The semi-annual election of tht
United Artisans will bo held -next
Thursdny evening. On account of the
lodge changing its meeting night from
Wednesday to Thursday and also its
mooting place from tho Moose hall to
the Odd Fellows' hull, the session
Thursday night will incluHo eveinl en
tortniuing features besides the election
of officer. Tho supreme officers of the
lodge from Portland will attend the
The second attraction of the Lyceum
course at Iho-arniorv. tonight.
"A prince's pleasure at a pauper's
price" En Corona eignr.
Captain J. L. Ko'so, in command of
the Salvation Army liendiuniters on
Court street, say that the charitable
work of the army in tho way of sending
out baskets of food to the needy renters
on the Christmas time of year. Through
tho efforts of the army. 100 Christmas
baskets were distributed last year and
the captain intends to keep up the good
work this coming Christmas, sending
fond supplies especially into the homes
of those where the mother is the ole
support of lier children.
Fibre body round corner wardrobe
tuuk, 2J.50 value special $ 1 7.1)5. C,
NOVELTY FURS IN SETS, ALSO MANY SEPARATE PIECES
The Ladles Aid societies of United Hear the L.v A. C. orchestra at the
Evangelic church will hold a bazaar ofjurniory at 8:1.1 this evening,
r'linev ivurk initl I'linltcl fimil at In.! .
I sonic temple Sat. Dee. 2. The Ponusyl-
vania booth will be a special feature. commissioner, is in Portland attending
0 the seventh annual convention of the
Special for Saturday, solid oak slip ; Oregon State Hotel Men's association,
leather scat dining chair. Hegnlar $3.00; He addressed the convention this after
value special $2.05. t'. 8. Hamilton. I noon. .- , 'rn.
American Horse and Red C'oud were
two of the noblest Indians that ever
ehased the biitfnki on the western
plnins of Nebraska or in the bad lands
of South Dakota, aud both of these
chiefs belonged to the Sioux tribe of
Indians. The story hour for children nt
tho city public library tomorrow morn
ing at 0:30 o'clock will tell of these In
dians who were finally given an allot
ment of land in southwestern South Da
kota, with tho Piuo Kitlgo agency for
Calico 6c per yard Saturday morn
ing :00 to 11:00 a. in. t ouiptun's 5c,
loc, 15c, 25c store. dec2
Dissolution of partnership, the firm
consisting of J. H. Ililemnn and J. W.
tioebel, and doing business at 201
North Commercial stiyiet, under the
firm name of Ililemnn and Ooebel. has
been dissolved and the undersigned hns
assumed all responsibilities contracted
by the above firm and will continue in
the business of selling gasoline engines,
pumps, windmills, cream separators,
plumbing supplies, wnier systems, etc.,
and will be glad to have anyone in
terested in any of the above call at
his place of business. J. It. Hileinnn.
SI lirtjtftnuijSi .fcurprtef
for Mother's Eyes
A pair of glasses for
Mother through which,
without changing; them,
she can see to read and
sew, and toloukut distant
objects I 1 low she would
just see her happy smile f
Isn't it time yon attend
ed to your eyes! For many
years they have served you
well do they not deserve
a little caret Then there
is the question of preserv-,
ing tho sight for the fu
ture; isn't this a sufficient
ly grave matter to Imlueo
you to take caret My ex
perience is your security.
Every . case receives the
snme careful attention, no
matter whut you pny for
the service. I do uut ex
periment on your eyes, I
use no drugs or drops in
making examinations as
they ure dangerous. Satis
faction is guaranteed iu ev
Rooms 20 210-211 I. S.
National Bank Building.
J. D. MickeL state dairy and food
All Yeomen are requested to be in
Masonic hull tonight at H:(I0 important
business. XI. K. 1'oineroy correspondent.
The Clear Lake school folks have or
ganized a literary society, and for their
first meeting will tackle the following
problem, ono thnt the world has been
trying to solve for many a year: Re
solved, That the opportunities for the
young ninu in tho city is greater than
iu tho country.
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Bags and suitcases make handsome
Christmas presents. See our line. Spe
cial prices now prevail. C. S. Hamil
White there was an abundance of rain
around Sulem during the last month,
the rain on the l.uckinmute was not
sufficient to justify the Spaulding Log
ging company in attempting to start its
drive of (i.OOofiot) feet of lumber. Hence
the winter drive of the company has not
commenced and will not until there is n
day or two of heavy rains.
If you are considering picture fram
ing for Xmns it would be well to place
your orders as early as convenient. The
i'rnine Sbep & Oiftery, 415 Court St.
A horse that is some swimmer belongs
to Mnilearrier Frank Baker. Yesterday
whilo watering the horse at Eighteenth
and North Mill creek, the animal bo
came frightenotd and jumped into Mill
creek. With barely his nose sticking
nut of the water, the horse swam from
Eighteenth street to Seventeen! lfbefnre
finding a satisfactory place to swim
Fortr warning to thieves that are
stealing onions, potatoes and canned I
fruit out nf the storage room belonging !
to 11. A. ltnwson. You are liable to get
your fingers burned as two gopher gunsj
have been locnted there am! if they
don't get you I will. H. A. Knwson.
W. H. Reed, of New York City, Mrs,
J. 1). Nichols, of Detroit, and Mrs. M.
A. Snyder, of Hood River, brother and
sisters of Mrs. Alonzo Palmer, are visit
ing at the Palmer home, lliitl North Six
teenth street. Mr. Reed and Mrs. Nich
ols leave for the east this evening by
way of Southern California. It has been
28 years since Mrs. Palmer had seen
her brother and sister from the east.
A doctor is needed in Paradise.. If
any one doubts it, information may be
had for the asking at the Sulem Com
mercial club. The location of tho Pnra-
dise so muchly in need of a doctor is iu j
Wallowa county, Oregon, as the fol
lowing letter from Paradise to Manager
MeDaniel indicates: "Dear Sir: This
end of Wallowa countv is entirely with- j
out a doctor. We hail two quacks, but !
people got dnwu on them, Please send
one to l'nradise as we have ono store,;
ti postoffice, livery baru, hotel and a
blacksmith shop." j
Now tbtat the Salem Rifle c'ub has
received ils two automontio targets, tlu
regular practice shooting evenings be-1
ginning next week will bo on Monday,
Wednesday ami Friday eveuings at 7:30
o'clock and Suuday afternoons at 2;
o'clock. Selection wijl he made by com- j
petiTtun tor a teum of five men to repj
resent tho Salem, Kifle club in eoutests)
with other clubs of the state. The au i
toiuatic targets now installed nt the old '
armory are working to the entire, satis-1
faction of the nuuiners of the club, j
When the shooter shoots straight
enough to hit tho target the light on the'
face of the tnrget goes out, and t roc-'
ord is clcarlv shown where the 'millet j
penetrated. The shootiug ia at a range'
of 50 to 75 feet. '
AFTER OLD HIGH COST
Portland, Or., Dec. 1. A chII
was issued today for a mass
meeting of Portland housewives
tomorrow night at which plans
for fighting the high cost of
Jiving will be considered. Dr.
Augusta S. Uehr, prominent wo
man physician, issued the cull.
A chair -woman will be elected
by popular vote, it is expected
that a boycott against certain
kinds of foodstuffs will be de
clared. This is what the weather man did to
this citv during November, accord
ing to the official government's report
at the O. C. T. dock, C. C. firuhnm, of
ficial wenther record keeper: The rain
fall was 7.12 inches which is a full aver
age for November, as last year it was
8.(11! inches and two yenrs.-flgo 3 Sli
inches. The average stage of the river
was 5.9 feet. The average maximum
temperature 50 degrees above, with the
average minimum, 33, with the mean
temperature 41.1). The warmest day of
the month was on the first with JH de
grees above, and the coldest night on
the llith. with the mercury going as low
as 24. The greatest rainfall in 24 hours
was on the 25th,.with J:57 inches. Sev
enteen days of tie month were rainy,
eight duys were clear, and 22 were
Chemawar football players played the
Washington Athletic team of Vancou
ver, Wash., yesterdav, winning with a
score of 12 to I). The (hoiiiiiwa team
breaks even for the football season,
winning three- mil losing three.
Journal Want ads wiil sell it.
The most astonishing
prices of the season.
We are not supported
or supplied by the firms
who charged you the
exhorbitant prices be
fore we opened our
market. We positively
have no connection with
any other market in
Salem. We do our own
Beef to Boil, 4 lbs. for
Beef to Roast
Round and Loin Steak
Legs of Grain Fed Pig
Center Cuts of Fresh
Hams to Roast
Sugar Cured Breakfast
Bacon, whole or half
. Per Pound
We expect to have plen
ty for all day. Shop
371 State Street
Telephone Manager Swears
No Call Was Made On
Night of Murder
St. Joseph, Mo., T)ec. 1. The slate
oncd its rebuttal in the McDaniel
murder case here toduv by refuting the
Testimony of Mis. Delia Leslie, ''the
! woman of the swing," who testified
that .she "screamed when the swing
went too high," a block from the 11c
Daniel home on the night of the mur
der. ' I
The state scored heavily this after
noon when it struck a blow at Mc-1
Deniel's alibi. Witnesses were iutro-j
duced who denied there was a tele-
j phone call to McDaniel 's home between
11 o'clock and midnight the night of
i the murder.
I t..... i) - i., ,,.i.,.,f ,,(
Dt'lllimi NIlMl lli nuji, i inn iiu.ui ...
the' . Hell Telephone company here, de
clared their system ill vogue in St.
Joseph checked residence calls after
11 o'clock and that on the night of
the murder no one called the MeD:inicl
home after that time. The defense
claims Mc Daniel left home in response
I to a cull telling hint his brother was
I drunk and that when he returned from
ithe "false alarm" he found his wife
i murdered in her bedroom.
i Miss Leah Suing is in Portland spend
ing a few days with friends and rela
tives. Clay Miller, ulio is attending the O.
A. C, was a visitor here over Thanks
giving. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Boise were in
Porl In nil yesterday registered at the
! Dr. Prank E. Smith, of Portland, n
former resident of Salem, spent Thanks
giving here with friends.
Mrs. C. E. Knowland and daughter,
Pauline, went to Albany to celebrate
; Thanksgiving with relatives.
i Miss Mary Miller, n sister of Mrs.
iVn liter L. Spaulding, was in the city
: yesterday for Thanksgiving at the
, Spaulding home.
' Mrs. J. Y.. Gray, of Denver, was a
I visitor in the city yesterday at the home
; of her sister, Mrs. Jos. Lebold, 1 1.10
Kiist Stnte street.
! Miss Mnttie-Loti Hill, who is Attend
ing school in Portland, is visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hill, of
I South Eighteenth street.
Sale of choice cuts of Meat for your Sunday Dinner.
These are some of our CASH Bargains:
Choice Roast of Beef. r.. JQc
Choice Cuts of T-Bone, Loin and Round . . 12C
Best Boiling Beef . $c
155 North Liberty
Phone 994 for prompt
Our 2nd Saturday Special
Special Saturday Only, a
limited supply of Hard
Wheat Flour, at ... .
A limited quantity at the above price.
All prices of our groceries are re'
duced and you get the same high
grade merchandise. Watch for
our specials', Mr. Farmer, let us
figure on wholesale lots and save
J. I. BUSICK & SON
118 S. Commercial s 299 N. Commercial
Auction Sale .
At the Quick Exchange Auction
Market tomorrow at 10 a. m.
(onsisting of horses, wagon,
buggies, - harness, cream separa
tor, etc. Also nt 1:30 p. in. high
class household furniture us fol
lows: 1 Manner Kstate (1-holo range
with polished top. good as new;
1 oil heater; I ..Morris chair; 2
oak rockers; I oak sidcboiird; 11
oak dinners; 1 bookcase and sec
retary; 5 good bed steads, spring
and mattresses; 1 upholstered
rocker; 1 ouk dresser; 3 oak
nine seated sewing rockers; 1
oak library table; 1 brown velour
lounge with roll edge; 1 green
velour lounge with roll edge; 2
kitchen cabinets; 1 round exten
sion table; 1 kitchen table; a
number of good rugs; 2 good
mirrors; 1 wringer and many oth
er things' not mentioned.
F..N. WOODRY, Auctioneer
Household Furniture. Wocdry
the Auctioneer will pay highest
cash price for same. Phone 511.
PIANO TUNING .
First:clnss work. All kinds
of repairing. All work guar-
an teed. Twenty-five years'
experience. Leave orders at
Schaffer Drug Store, phone 107.
Residence phone 1405.
J. E. HOCKETT,
-915 Highland Avenue.
A. M. Wilson, ""i years experience.
Legally, niechnnu-allv and eonmicrcitiv
Iv trained to protect vour invention.
Send for booklet. FHEK SKAltCll.
311 Victor Bldg., Washington, 15. C
attention. We deliver.