Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, January 23, 1917, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON,
TUESDAY. J AN". . '
No Transaction jComplete Until the Customer is Satisfied
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January Clearance
Prices Continue This
Week on Many Lines
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M .ney.
fit Haft, of Leaingbm, Orefo, fa
yesterday.
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IT WILL PAY VOL TO VISIT EACH SECTION AND SEE THE SPEf EAI
OFFERINGS ON DISPLAY
See the Final Tlearanre of WOMEN'S GARMENTS at 5.00 8
Clearance of MEN'S SHIRTS, up to S2.00, only 89c Each
Clearance of WOMEN'S SHOES, up to $5.00, only $Ut Pair
C learance of WOMEN'S SHOES, up to J4.00, only $2.95 Pair
JANUARY ( LCAKA19CE PKK BS ON ALL Ml SUN W EAR
..iar F.-aak, at PtasaW, waa in the
A. D. Pike are here
.:' .' . ser n a -n
feott wire Port-
i E. r-nnh ia ra Al-!
v.': . 'fV ' I" Baei,
I eity yeater-lay.
lo Burnett is reported j
at the hospital.
i J'.- at mem.
the Capital kitet yes-1
esulent of ra- Oregon
iTieal L'-.x-iatitia.
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JS. S. l-iage were 15
k7 registered at ail
On New SsJcb Bridge
At ta ntis la.sr TTiursuv in -a
m hefeee that ounry eonrta if P'jik
aj Mavian -omittes. ra stata Wgawar
amaoaaian prwiearett wr-.rn mparts m
ait th bridge sad the hit's
e sow ia assMaaaaien if" a report ov
iasr tfce true of the 'indues
. .'heaer -taess beard ;nuit ears-
af diffeiaat celared graaite
as. by EaiU Otrretri. f Ht. -layel,
imaf duty u a Wsr shus it Ssil-
WANTED
F -' i r.-B." . T.'Mry
the Aoctinwt will pay Mgkssd
caah ir.4 far same. Pacee flL
ions CLEAN" ASS, OABETCX t
1. A. KATFHAHAS
H;ttir Izjvi a J'jiz
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Mrs.
TOMORROW'S BIG SURPRISE
A Great Sale of Hand Bags at V2 Vice 1
Here's the biggest and most sweeping sale of High Grade Handbags, in I
many different shapes and varieties of leathers. If you need a new 1
handhag, by all means see the window display and attend this sale to- t
morrow. Your choice HALF PRICE I
Sale Starta at 8:30 a. m. No Phone Orders Taken. X
. a Dayton ilniggist.
t nmng r.i hr th"
M bone dry law.
Doay. praiileat of
riry, U tan 1mm a
. frio to niiazo.
Corporal Iw;L in eaar of the lo
!! rrnitrag offi.-. ha. hen ordcri'H
to rporr at the f" .r!an,i office Thnrs
iy tfc 29tk for anotar assignment.
Ross pa titer, president of the Oregon
ftate Board at Pharmaey, waa in the
eity last evening at fae' pablie meet
inat hM in fhe awi-- f represent i- .
relative to the a- r , hibition bill, Xo.
Beers, W H. Prunk. K. T. Arnold. W. J.
Uriraaw, A. MbMbwI and ir. Kennon.
at Jast think of it. A Weiij rar?o em
it -r wno spjke last veninjf at the
X4 meeriau before the committee taal
a haa charge of rh bone dry" la,
ii trei that during December ther
U -very day en rwate la different parts
witfc the number i4ari'tes on his bar
a-ter of hortoai in an oeu rivet tar
rent. The h hivay ,tpartr.int eonM not
see enough advanra-je in a - n,rr''
type of bridge over the steel type rn
warrant the risk ineurred of settlement,
nor in paying the 4".rH)"t extra expense
of tbe onirete bridge. Also, within
a reasonable leng-h of 'ime. a steel
bridge --an be made a ia ra .. the
Biraib Ir shift in earent ehaanel towards
Pn4h eonnty.
la reeomaiending a -teel bridge, rb
highwar eomniission did not take into
eonaiderafion the faer,,r of osr. The
repr.rt favoring 3 steel type was pre
cared by J ie ft Weare. in onsiiliiation
with JrMr. H 1-ewis. state engineer and
I.. W. I.;t, designing engineer for
the department. Mr. w'eare, the assist
ant engineer In marge of bridge work
is reven-i rde for the r I.ins and esti
ma-fes anil tor the eneral features of
tb,- - - - :
150,000 and that January would run it a
slose seeond. He favord a, five or 1'
tUy leeway as to when fhe state wo ud
be bvne dry in order that his eompany
might not have any of the gools on
hand. As a tommon carrier, it is
obligri to aetept shipments, he said.
Clean, Fresli, Airy Rooms
HOm LOUVRE
4I !tate t.
Phone 1109
Booms 50e :o 11.00 Day
"pe::il Raes the eek
M2& M. M. ZKY. Projr.etor
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ANY KIMD
-rV DJ.4TT
AH'
Any TfME
POLK COCr.'TY EBVICE
Quick, safe and a comfortable
Tin Launch line. Modern pas
senger boat at oar command day
and night. Permanent Taxi
passenger service to all points
on the West Side via our new
stand at West Salem depot.
Phone TOO. same as city call.
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THE FIRST WITH THE NEW THINGS
You Can
Always
Do Better at
Meyers
Agents
Butte rick
Patterns
Munsing
I n ion Suits
mi ii? vmi a v tit ft l'T ft r r
IKY JUUKrlAL WArll Ayj
January while the -.are was on as to
whether Oregon was to be absolutely
dry or not. He figured the Deeemher
business of booze into the state, by the
express company alone was 'lose to
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FOB
CATARRH and
HAY FFEH
Eucalyptus OwiUiwl
T AU. CUO STOKES
TU3CS 25C JaH3 50C
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KXAKEB T, Mr. and Mr. T.
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nas oeen nafen .narv Ketei. a
All Around Town
I aj MMOMMtM ttT7tf aaa
COMING EVENTS
Tonight.
Jaamry 22. -Htata Federation
af Iabor melting at finion
ball.
January 23. Address at Prof.
MVAnslaa, 'omperlog Oregon
and Belgium flsi, at fVimranr
dal elnb,
January 23, 24 and 25. Oregon
Mtkte Oroeeri' Assoelation at
M7' ,,riiark hall.
aw. 2 Addreiw on "The Ore
gnn and California f.nnd
Iran'" by l,ii K. IWan at
Halem Publii: Library, s p.
m.
January 2l. - Convention of
Htate Thresherrnen 'n asnoeia-
Jaw. 30 Jersey rattle rlub of
Marion county meet in Bnli rn.
Felwuary 2,- Mid year gradual
ing exer'ises, high srbool au
ditririum.
fevruary U Annual theatriral
at stata ienitentlary.
f'liMiary 12. Prof. J. O. Hall
leelnre Willamette, university,
"Kcmrdies Against fover-
tjr."
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j He reports things aefive in that part dt
the worlrl and plenty of business.
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Don t forget, tbe Lady Maccabees
j" 0t" party Wednesday afternoon at
I the l)erby building. Members and vis
i itors weleocue.
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Oeorge A. Thatcher will dearer an il !
, l-.rstrated lawtml this evening in the
Jrwt arrlTed a ear of Wyoming Bock" house of representative on the (object I
ftDrinis eoal !! Malem r'uel Vards ' 'he feeble minded and future Rardj
,"529, j 20 : f' the state. The leeture is given as the
0 result of a resolntion intro-loeed into
Of. D X Beechier. denttat, located 'he house bv Mrs Thompson, of Hood
Kiser and vVaseo r-onnties. The publie
is invited to attend.
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C T. Doty, oysters and clam.
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The seasona do not change so much
after all. Yesiteariay, the range of tern
perature was from 48 to 3rt and for
January 22, 1916, tbe reeorrl was from
51 to 42. The river is just holding its
own with a gauge of U.5 feet above the
EDWARD To Mr and Mrs. R B, Ud
ward. Saturday, January 20. 1917, a
sm. He has been named Hollis T.e-KV,v.
GASOLINE LAMPS
A
G6i
600 Carole Power 56 50
"CrsoiMt U-o 'a w mttrti
Imt t ui Umt
YCXJ WANT THIS LX3MT
. ,if - aM punt- - antics, tnrtft.
SEE MY LAMPS rlf?ST
0i-rfme uwny- lxr, .ma. suurtiri.Hc
C. M. LOCK WOOD
Grocers Convention
IN SESSION FOR 3 DAYS
Groceteria Plan Stores
In session all the time. A part of our program:
Hard VVheat Flour $2.10
Valley Flour $190
Cream Rolled Oats, per pound 5c
Ground Chocolate, per pound 24c
Best Creamery Butter, per pound 42c
6 Bars Crystal White Soap for 25c
AH 25c Washing Powder 22c
We deliver $2.00 or more.
"BY
THIS
SIGN
L.
12.
12
WE
BOTH
WIN"
BUSICK & SON
COMMERCIAL
12l2
118 SOUTH COMMERCIAL ST. 299 NORTH COMMERCIAL
TWO STORES, PHONE 198
3-4 mile north of the fair rrennds, Fort
' land rrad. Owing to no office eipesse
g tirir.es reasonable. 1 21
The Women's Benefit association of
,the Maerabees will give an informal
dance at the lodge roons in the Derbv
building on the evening of r'bruary 7.
Dr. F H. Theraps.,n. 414 Bank of
Oomraerre. I'rnrtiee limited to diseases j ftw water mark
of eye, ear, nose and throat, and gener
al surgery. tf
a MnftA W . V. r. Jul f Hm. V 4 )mr
. land, will be offered at. SjtfjjSJ sale
T Jan. 27th. Homebodv will jref a bargain.
J For iiarti'Milor )! I7'i or rW)nare
T Deal Kealty Co., 202 V. M funk Bldg. tf
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C. T. Doty, salmon trout, 121 B. Com.
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Herchey's Cocoa, Per Can 25c
Dr. Carl Oregg Doney has accepted
the invitation of the board of educa
tion to deliver the address at the gradu
ating ejreri-ises of Ihe high school to he
aeld in the high school anditorium f ri-
The rtatetnent In yewwrday s Capital jMt rUirnf)l frm a ,wo nkf;.
Journal that f'has. Faulkner hail fsign visit in Chicago, where he attended the!
ed his nosition on the iilin- force to edacatiotia' rtsaoeiation of the .', thodbtt !
i become hearse driver for Webb f;
church and tbe eonfere nc
He
enter th
0. T.
stn-i t.
rM incorrect. Mr raulkner willj
employ of Vick Bros.
Doty, fish, 121 g. Commercial
C. T. Doty poultry market, 121 S
I'omrnercial Ht.
o-
Balem will have several more school
teachers and pfpsyatctive hool teacher-,
in town tomorrow. It is annoiineed IhM
f the students of the .Monmouth
O I A".-: Mor. Knltht tit Pvthtaa rnwe-t
Dt atamllnseiii aoaeUUjra. flu jrlaaaa -. iki. ,.,.,,,, ,,
W sorraetly. U. H. Bank. Bid.. irffirers. Work In 2nd rank C. V. Itnr ' rmal s hool will come to Malem and
0 hour 0, C. , besides taking in the state iuslitutions,
Thar Is an old time reriral now at 0 v-'" mltk'' a v'"'' '" lh'' la' ,na,,iK
tb- Cwmmons Mission, West Htnlc ,tree. The regular semi annual session of the '"'"-'' ' ' i" '" "''
. , , Oregon Fnre rc l.ivrstuck asswiation , lu n"w " r'"' '
IRf " will meet in Ihe nesting room., .11 1 and , burdened with the carse of state.
Jin of the capitol, tomorrow afternoon;
J at I o'clock. The matter of the eon !
cho0?' solidalion of the livestiH k board with;
1 ' i the bosrd of heslth is stronglv PppOMdl
by the association.
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and
the
it will
week.
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Bos supper at the Hayesvill
hoose Friday evening, January i
"Fri.mBttne s and neatness In
repairing " l'oumroy and Wallat
emmerfiaK
watch
f, I2"i
tf
TM KnlghU of PyUiUs will Install
offiiera ibis evening in it lodge roomi
Is tlin Derby building. Besides the In
stsJIation. then- will be work in Hie cc
efil flegrea.
"Optometry Means Eye Service
Ststy nine children were excluded
from the publie schools during the
month of December on account of con-j
tngious diseases, in-cording to the!
monthly report of Dr. O. B. Miles,
school physician, in his report to the:
school board of education last evening. ,
Tweaty seven were quarantined, l'er-
ford was meiyed today from Btrt ' reenter .! I .".,ed t
Staiibaugh, who waa formerly with 5,1 15
He is localed 1 A , , ,. I
I roe waire memorial loiiuvain in vviu
son pack will begin to play this evening!
1st fill o'clock and Bgniu at the nmc
hour Thursday evening. This will be I
'especially for the benefit uf the legisla
tors, their employes, the third house,!
i members of the American Federation cil !
! LkW and delegmtea lo the Oregon State
Retail llrocers' unsocial ion, besides the
I Co or more theatrical folks in town this:
i evening.
Dr. Atone' Drug store mukes free dc
livery. I'hone Xi.
Word
II. rftaiibniigh
(ltd Watt BBim company
at l.a Harba, Cel., not far from l'asn
dena and is in the auto service hiwtniiaa'
I am ready to guarantee you reliable optical service
with quality and workmanship the best which
means satisfaction to you.
4fff A. McCulloch, Optometrist
208-9 Hubbard Bldg. Phone 109
I A marksman is one who can take the
regulation nrmy rifle and tt a distance
of 200 yards on a rifle range, make a
'score of more than i: out of a posaible
j 200, shooting at a bulls eye eight inches
I in diameter. On the regular rifle range,
.during the practice ho..t of lWlti, the
following made the required store and
I were prnseuteil with miirl.suieu buttons
last evening at the meeting of the Ma
lem Kifle Tub: H. A. Freeland. R. W
Marv, ('has, MaeCarter, J T. Welsh, A
0. Mitchell, J. ('. Mullen, J. 11. Mudgu.
I Karl Andresen, W. (1. Morehouse, H. W.
KIgii., 0. W. Kl.in, A. It. l'oole, L 0.
A Special
Every Week
THIS WEEK
Hershey's Cocoa
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It Pays To Trade at the
FARMERS' CASH STORE
on High Street, opposite Court House
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