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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6, 1916.
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Toy Town in all its magnificence, our second floor is a mecca for the Children.
Yes, Good Toys! You can find lots of cheap toys elsewhere, but good reliable
toys are here, in profusion, and the prices reasonable considering quality, char
acter and general make up. Some exclusive here, and not to be found in the town,
Bring the Kiddies to Salem's Toyland for GOOD TOYS.
Buy Him a Railroad
The boy with practical working toys
stays home contented and happy.
We have complete railroad systems
that run on real track, from $1.00 up to
big "Electrics" at $12.50.
See the LatestLarge Cannon, Special
Baits Kon-Struct-It, Auto Roadsters,
Truck, Battleship, Windmills and Der
ricks 39c to 75c Set
Including paint set.
This is the new toy that's cut to fit.
Lots of fun putting, it together and
All Post Cards, Projectors 1-2 Price.
All stuffed Animals 1-2 Price.
Greatest of all Values
in Construction Toys
It contains 15 per cent more new and novel parts and builds 20 per cent more
-models than any other outfit. We are headquarters for this unexcelled
Mechanical Builder. We carry a full line of parts and extras the year round.
Boys get in the Big Prize Contest for new models. 155 prizes valued up to
$100 each. Size O up to 5,'including the new sets 11, 12 and 13.
The New Tango Doll
The new Tango Doll, the most nearly
unbreakable Doll on the market. Has
strong flexible wire skeleton, a stout
body and flexible skin. They can as
sume any position that man can and
many that he can't. See them in our
doll department at . 25c Each
A large assortment of Pansy Papier
Marche bodied Dolls. These Dolls are
22-inches tall, full jointed with a gen
uine German bisque head. Sleeping
eyes and excellent quality of mohair
wig. Can be had with either light,
medium or dark hair and with pink or
blue shoes and stockings.
We have the largest and most varied
assortment of imported kid bodied
Dolls and character dolls in town.
Prices range from 50c to $15.00 each.
Collapsible Doll Beds, strong wire
frames and springs with silkoline
covered mattress and pillows; with and
without rockers 25c to $1.50
Doll Furniture for Little Girls' play
houses, durably constructed of three
ply vineer. Assortment includes chairs,
tables, doll beds and bureau, cradles,
etc., in many different sizes and styles.
Price range frorii 10c each in small
articles to $1.50 in the larger models.
Toy Laundry Sets
Special Sale of Toy Laundry Sets. Sets
consist of tub, wash board, wringer,
clothes line, iron and soap aid washing
powders, regular $2 set $1.79
Entire Stock Women's
Suits 1-2 Price.
Special pre-Xmas offer-,
. ings in every dept.
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Entire Stock of Party
Dresses 1-2 Price.
A M Wiluon ?!S vvnra eviirtrlnnen 1 DAMON' At Ilia home. S."iS Norlh Coin- i
Legally, mecliaiiirall-'ii(l commercial j iix'iciul street, at i i. in., Tuesiluy
Iv trained to protect your invention. eveniiiK, Dccemlior 5, lHUi, Alplieim 6. j
fciend for bookie. KKKK SKAIiCII. Damon.-.. ,
311 Vietor Bldg., Washington, I). O. A yet no funeral nrrnngemcuta have!
dec2il ! been made. ', ,
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The pupils of tho high BChool are be-1
coming more interested in tlic liili i
school library, according to Ibe Novem
ber report of Miss I'loru r. Cane. The
average circulation each day was 72 and .
the uttendnnee daily 251. During the
month 42 new books wero added bv '
purchase and (,'i'ft. The Junior liijjh I
schools are also taking a greater inter-'
out in rending good honks, H for the I
month, tlio circulation at Lincoln was
1SS; nt Orant 315, and at Washington
7.W. Aliss (,'nne Iuih been giving lecture
in the primary ns well n3 advanced
grades as to tho caro and use of books
and tho advantages of haing reference
Wteu in SALEM, OREGON, stop at
Free and Private Baths
BATES: 75c. tl.OO. S1.B0 PER DAY
Tho only hotol in the business district.
Nearest to all Depots, Theatres and
A Home Away From Home. ,
T. a BLIGH, Prop.
Both Phones. Free Auto Bus
All Around Town
Silver, Ebony and IvOry toilet ware,
also complete line of novelty goods.
tianlner & Keen, the store with the
i street clock.
Dec. 7. The Winning of Bar- Two prisoners from Grant county
bara Worth," Opera House. : were brought to the penitentiary this
Dec. 8. "Blossoming of .Mary ' afternoon by (Sheriff William Ksch.
Anne" play at High school j They are: (ieorgo Anderson, who is to
auditorium. . : serve a sentence nf three to 20 years for
Dec. S. Sonora grand opera at 'rape, and .Tuck Kads, who is to serve
Dec. 1116. Third Annual Mar-
ion County Con Show ;n 'ft
Doc. 12. Supt. J. W. Todd ad-
dress before Six o'clock
Dec. 14-15. "The Dictator"
at 'opera house, auspices
Jan. 2. Annual Cherrian ban-
' from five to-15 years for arson-
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, flu lass
e eorrectly. U. 8. Bank. Bld.
Dr. F. H. Thompson of 416 Bank of
Commerce bldg., specializes in Eye,
car, xoae ana inroar. u
A chimney fire at 435 Center street
called out the fire department at 3
o'clock this afternoon. No damage was
Our prices are right, no reduction
necessary, (iunlner & Kcene, Salem's
most reliirhle jeweler. Tun store with
the street clock.
The annual home coming of Company
M, to be held in ttuarmory January 1,
is for every man that has at any time
been n member of the company. No spe
cial invitations will be issued. Ser
geant Wygant, Sergeant Blunk and Cor
poral Wallace have been appointed a
committee to hnve charge of the enter
tainment of the clay.
Bazaar First M. E. church Friday and 1
Saturday of this week.. Fancy work, rag.
ruga, cooked food, candy, etc. Lunches '
served. v dec" j
Ivan G. McDaniel, manager of the I
Commercial club, and Theodore Roth, di
rector nf the Industrial department, ac
companied a delegation 'from the Port
land Chamber of Commerce to Eugene
tins morning to visit the Eugene flax
Only 15 mora shopping days until
Christmas and the clerks all over the
I country as well as the postal employes
I are fervently hoping that people will
remember the slogan, "Shori early und
' UVtlwl tllfl Tllflll " '
The buttermakers' association of Ma
rion county will meet in Salem Decern-,
ber 28 and 29 and efforts will be made
to, have the dairy association of the
county arrange for their meeting on the
same dates. The sessions will be held
at the Commercial club. j
The TJ. S. government's snag boat, '
Mathloaia, passed through Salem lust 1
evening on its way to work on snags in
the river about 12 miles beyond l'eorin.
There arc several grain elevators at
l'eoria and during high water consider- j
able river traffic. !
At the first meeting of the South Sa-'
lem Men's club at the. I'riemls xhurcli
last evening 40 boosters for South Sa
lem, listened to an address of -Mayor-1
elect Keycs. The coming mayor approv
ed of the object of theTlub, that of i
beautifying Salem and South Salem es-1
initially and wished them all sorts of.
success in their general boosting ef
forts for tlint part of the city. There
was. also n general discussion in regard
We will sell at public auction,
to lc highest bidder, on terms to
be announced at the property,
at 2 o'clock Thursday, December
7th, 11IH5. a house and lot at Xo.
fiM Xnrth 20th"street, ' Salem,
Take the Asylum car, get off
at North 20th street, second
house south of Center Street, on
west, side of the street.
Small amount of money will
handle this property.
SCOTT BYNON, Agents
F. N. WOODRY, Auctioneer.
to organizing an agricultural class
among the Lincoln school boys. Tho
next meeting of the club will be hell
at the l.e.-lie 1. K. church on Tuesday
evening, December US."
Wanted two veal calves every day. fields and to inspect the factory at Eu-
Hoy Rae Meat Market, l"i S. Com-1 gene. An invitation to accompany them
l WL Special meeting of De
n!V )'fry Molny Cnmmandrey Xo.
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to Eugene was extended to the members
of the. Salem Commercial club.
Four to seven dollars can be saved
on genuine (lousier cabinet this week,
A marriage license was issued this
afternoon to William Kiehter, a Rtock
denier of Salem, nnd Hettie Strode, a
r..i, :.. .i... M..un n...i ' denendinfr nn vour selection, h'lo-li n
Temple degree. Visiting Sir Knights i 'mrgaln. 'Huron 's rVnitnre Store.
n sssss ussss an etnnintaoietnnitaotaoss
The next meeting of the Six o'clock
club of the First Methodis church will
be held in the church parlors next Tues
day evening, December 12. -The address
of the evenini; will be delivered bv
La Corona "The cigar worth while I T"1,ii H. Todd, superintendent of the
city schools, who will speak on, "What
Salem Pan anil Should Do For Her Pub
A timely nig with good patterns,
beautiful colorings, standard grades
and all at tin old prices. A selection
from our rug department now. would
be a timely buy indeed. Huren's Kiflni
tnre Store, Commercial street.
A Salem product.
Doll carts at Buren's furniture store,
Judge Webster's court is the scone
this afternoon of an action to recover
money. The case is brought by Kobin
Day against Carl Schmidt.
Doll carts, Buren's furniture store,
Have a davenport of your own. Spe
cial price on eight good numbers. Hur
en's Furniture store, 1 71 Commercial
Miss Amanda Pendergraft, of Aurora,
Mo., is a guest nt the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. 11. Baker. She was a resident.
of Salem about nine years ago when
associated with the Barnes store.
S. H. Snyder, rental agent, success
or to U Hcchtel &, Cut 341 State St.
M.i. C. C. Ashby, of Oervals, and
baby daughter Audrey, is visiting at the
hon.e of Mr. and Mrs. Bakerrsin Twenty-fifth
street. She is also visiting at
the home of .T. B. Ashby on Nineteenth
The Y. W. O. A, choral club will have
a special rehearsal Friday evening at
7:00 o'clock at the Y. w! C. A. rooms
and all members are urged to be pres
cut. The final account of Jalnier A. Taw
nnd William C. Taw, ndaumstrators of
the estate of Axel A. Taw, was filed
with the county court today. The ac
count showed a balance of $527.18 on
hand to be distributed among several
Dr. Stone's Drug Store for trusses.
The supreme court yesterday over
ruled a motion of City Attorney Mucy
to advance the High street paving cases
for hearing lirior to ,Tnnun.rv 1, 1017.
The motion wps made for the benefit
of Judge Riimham, who takes his seat
nn the circuit bench Jannnry 1- Judge
Bingham wns attorney for the city. It
is understood all other cases in which
Judge Bingham was interested were advanced.
BANKS ARE REDUCING THEIR RATE OF INTEREST
FROM 4 TO 3 PER CENT -
WE CAN SAVE YOTJ MORE THAN 3 TIMES THAT AMOUNT.
HOW 7 BY SELLING YOU GROCERIES BY THE .
A VISIT TO EITHER OF OUR STORES WILL CONVINCE YOU.
J. L BUSICK &.S
229 N. COMMERCIAL ST.
113 S. COMMERCIAL
Everlasting Xmas gifts for the wise
buyer Chairs, tubles. book eases, china
closets, buffets, couches, davenports,
wardrobes, desks. Hiiren s rurnittire
Store, -Commercial St.
Dr. W. Car'ton Smith has been invlt.
ed to read a paper before the Central
Willamette Medical society which will
meet in Albany tomorrow. The Pnlli-Yamhill-Marion
Medical society has
been invited to meet in joint session
with the Central Willamette Medical so
ciety. Paper w ill be read by Dr. Noble
Wilev Jones, of Portland, nnd Dr. Rob
ert Hale Ellis, of Portland. Dr. Smith
has chosen for bis piyfter. "I'nin As a
Symptom of Disease la Women."
We ere re-dv, to hook pupointments
for dental services, our office now be
im eoninned to tnke cire of the wn-
eral oractice of dentistry ns well ns
orrhea and nr"ventive rlontistrv. Dr.
Hartley, 41(1 T. S. Bank Rldg.
We offer good Shoes to our customers for two very
excellent reasons: because you have a right to re
ceive full value for your money and because we
want to give you full value for every dollar you
spend in our store. .
" "Just Wright" Shoes $5 to
"Red Winf Shoes $4 to $9.50
Bergmann Shoes $6.50 to $12.00
In addition to high quality they have style and ap
pearance and give satisfaction.
Word was received this morning of
i the death of Mrs. C. W. Evans at Reno.
V. R. Allen, a brother of Lieutenant Nevada. December 2. 1916. after a
Allen, is spending a few days in tho city year's illness. Mrs. Evans was long a (
me guest or nis nroinor. Mr. Alien una resident of Salem wnere tier nusbana
been in Portland attending the state was in business. Besides her husband,
meet of the Rod and Gun club as dele- she is survived bv two daughters, Mrs-
gate from Gardiner, Oregon. He is as- Emil Joullin, of San Frnncieo. and Ar-
eociated with the Gardiner, Ore., hotel. bMa, Evans. Also bv one son. Earl Ev-
o 'ans. She was 45 rears old. She was a
Dr. Stone makes no charge for con- ieoe 0f Mrs. O. T. Downing of this cilr
saltation,, examination1 or prescription, j a,i ft ,(pr 0f frs. W. G. I.ench, of
o . i Portland,
Because of alleged Incorrigibility and ;
viciousness of Alfred Otzen, son of B.
j.. Utzen, County Judge Bushey todny
committed hiin to the Oregon state boys
training school. The father stated he
wns unable to control him and petition
ed for his committment.
Dr. C. Hartley, specialist, inflamed,
bleedintr gnuis nnd pyorrhea. 41(1 IT, S. i
Hank Uldg. 1'hone 1 Sit.
A movement is on foot to organize the
men who went with Company M to the
border and to afifliate with the Ma
rion comity, veterans' association. A
committee has been appointed, consist
ing of R. C. Wygant. Elmer Blunk and
l'uul H. Wallace to report on the pro
Dancing class and social dancing con
ducted by Miss 1'risciPa Viemitiir, ev
ery Thursday evening. Masonic Temple
hall. . K
Household Furniture. Woodry
the Auctioneer will pay highest
cash price for same. Phone 511.
(t First-class work. All kinds
of repairing. All work guar-
t anteed. Twenty -five years'
t eiperienca. Leavo orders at
Schaffer Drug Store, phone 107.
Residence pnone 14(13.
J. E. HOCKETT,
S15 Highland Avenue.
Give the sort of present that makes' the jov of Christmas last for
veins. . " .
Our Krypiok Christmas Certificate P'an makes it easy to "ivo a
gift that is worth while. .
MISS A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist.
208-209 Hubbard Building -
Phone 109 vt
TUB CAST -
Carl Oabrielson, Aline Thompson, Cnas.
U Dick, Mrs. W. Carlton Smith, James
Mott, Majorjr Marvin, Lawrence Hofer,
Tom Kay, George Snyder, Perry Relgle
mAn, Art Wallace, Dan Langenbnrg, E.
Cooke Patton, Arthur Wilson, ''Bun
ny" Meiriug, King Blng William H.
See Page Two Today's Capital Journal .
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Yoa will enjoy it mare than anything yon have seen in years
Prices 75c- 50c and 25c, No Higher.
Executive Staff for "The Dictator,":
Jos. H. Albert, U. G. Shipley, Chas.
Frank Deckebach, manager.
James Mott, producer of '-The For
tune Hunter", director.
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