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DAILY OAPI TAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1007
r 8 Great Offerings for Today at the Bi tm An important event in which every economically inclined person should partake of. The list for today's selling includes values that are beyond oHe f ,. :M iU TuVtn nf tMiie cinra Wo wnnlfl ciiim-Acf Pnrlv fiiivinnr in nriUr in ffd (lie fieiiefit Of first Choice. Each nrtfr.k ic nf . .... . greatest in the history of this store. We would suggest early buying in order to get the benefit of first choice. Each article is of the styles of this season's make and design. Be among the first. ninanHMMM.. Sk n -i Tomorrow Only For tomorrow's soiling wo offer a spcclul Hint Is sure to attract a groat many thrifty buyers. - For tomorrow only wo placo on sale our entlro lino of MERCERIZED PETTICOATS In a full rango of sizes. Plain black boBt quality mercerizing In uowost stylos. 63c 75c 88c $2.00 values 4 Tomorrow only. ... P "" $1.25 values Tomorrow only. . . . $1.50 values Tomorrow only. . . . $1.75 values Tomorrow only. . . . $2.20 values Tomorrow only $2.50 values Tomorrow only $3.00 values Tomorrow only $3.50 valued Tomorrow only ,....$1.13 $1.25 t T ....$1.50 $1.75 Women's Suits Neat fnl stylos In Ladles and Misses Suits In medium and dark shadoa In Invisible Btrlpos and plaids. A saving of one-third of regu lar prlco Is reckoned on thcse.Chooso quickly. $15.00 values Economy Salo ...$10.00 $18.50 values . ") T A ... V ',jt' Economy Salo. fc $20.00 values Economy Sale $25.00 values Economy Sale ...$13.34 ...$12.50 Silk Raincoats In plain, chock, plaid and molro effects nowest styles nnd effects at ECONOMY SALE PRICES Tomorrow Only Wcdiic-Mlny Hut-gain Special No. 300 For our Mid-week Special Salo we offer a line of COMFORTS Sllknllno covered In medium, light and dark shades, standard size, quilted. Regular $1.50 values. None sold until 8:30 Wednesday morning 1.00 I Umbrellas Unmatchablo values in good strong Umbrollas with flno mer cerised covor, paragon frame, Btcol rod, prlncoss, natural wood handles, worth OA $1.25 and $1.50;; special OUL Men's Fancy Silk Vests A limited number of men's fancy silk vests, mostly In the darker shades and in a wldo rango of olzos A gran dopportu nlty to got ono cheaply. Regular $3.00 to $4.50 values Economy Salo.. $2.25 Dress floods All of this season's best pieces at milch less price than usual in opportunity you cannot afford (o overlook. 50o nnd 65c plaid Dross Goods, special O7C 75c, 85c and' $1 Fronch - Flannels dUC $1.50 values in Priest- ' ley Cravenotto $1.12 12 $2.00 values in Prlost ley Cravenotto $1.29 $2.75 values In Priest ley Cravenotto $1.00 50c Satin Foiulard; Economy Spcclul. . . . ZdC 85c Bobboy Silk;; pure dyo; Special 00 C $1.50 Crangeablo Silk . Special $1.09 $1 Changeablo Chiffon . Special 58C 50c Crystal Cord . Silk Economy Special., . . )9C $2.75 Cloaklngs; Economy Special. . . . j)l.d SHOES For Men and Women Don't this -weather remind you that you nood now footwear? Wt want to help you Bavo monoy on your noxt pair. Qualities nro tho best, fit Is perfect, as all our shoes aro mado by factories that turn out no other kind. Hero's tho way wo savo you "money on shoes: LADIES' SHOES Our regular stock of. $3.00 values and a fow broken lines in orur regular $3.50. grades MEN'S SHOES Rogulur $3.50 values in broken lines PINGREE SHOES Broken lino In $3.50 and $4.00 values; Economy Salo Tomorrow Only A grand special for tomorrow' Belling In oar Wl fcj ment. For this event wo nlncn nn mi TRIMMINGS Consisting of .this season's novelties and stapU,. The tomerrow: 'P'lCMM lOo values Tomorrow. 20c vaiues Tomorrow . 50c values Tomorrow . $1.00 values Tomorrow. 5c 25c 50c $1.50 Vflllwia Tomorrow 75 $2.00 values f . Tomorrow Jl,( $3.00 values Tomorrow..., 5.00 values Tomorrow. Mi .W $2.25 .$2.68 $3.19 i .J it k eq&l4 s& 1 liimiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiHi CITY NEWS ii INCORPORATED J " 1 0miitmmmmmmmmmammammmatmmtammmmmammtmmmmmimmamammmmmtimammmm Men's 1 Youth's Soil A chanco to spruco up for Thanksgiving at a big UTlBjtojs pockotbook. Tho values are our usual high grade suits Id ilia havo ono or two suits of a pattern- broken lines for this nm offer them .to you at a flgniro you cannot afford to pact bj. Iwj ono is of tins seasons uesigning ami aro rigiit up-to-datft la wrj n spect. 20 to 50 per cent Reductions Underwear - Broken lines in Men's Under wear in medium and heavy wolght at ridiculously low prices. 50 values; in Economy Special. . . . dOw $1.00 values; 70p Economy Special .... I U v $1.50 values; QGq Economy Special .... 7ut $2.00 -values; $1.25 Economy Special .... Vw $2.50 values; $1.55 Economy Special.... v'"" Shoe Polish Regular 25c grade of leB shoo polish. Best grades Special SPATS Tho most complete Hm i In this city. All colors S nnd checks aro shown ken H kconomy rniccs, We Close at 5:30 Every Evening Except! 4. S3C X A Collection of Important Par T ngrapliH for Your Consideration Tiinimiiiiiiiiniiiin W'enthcr Until and wanner tonight, Thurs. tliiy rain. Post Card Hall Now Bubjocts daily. Indies Have your quilts quilted nt 141 South Liberty streot, tho New Idea Qulltor, opposite the Salem Steam JLnundry, Prices, spreads and fancy oullts, $1.50; comforts nnd plain qullta, $1.00 . Mrs. W. II. Dorman, proprietor. 11-1 0-1 m Now Notaries Appointed C. O, Wlloy, Lwits; Goo. D. Cul bortson, Hood River; J. O. Christy, Albany; O. F. Mays, Lostlno; Juntos H. Nichols, Bnkor City? Blanoho IiUckoy, Portland; Alvln C, Baker, Tumor. Christian Church Mooting- Tho ovangollst at tho First Chris tian clmrch last night gavo quo of tho most iii8truotlvo sermons yet de llvorod during tho meetings. Mr. Dorrls sormou was a losson In tho fioopel, Blmplo, comprohonslvo, spir itual, Tho simplest could under stand it, and tho words wero effc tlvo.. Tho nudlenco was largor than usual. Thoro was ono response- to tho Invitation, ami ono baptism at tho closo of tho service. Tho ordl omucq of Christian baptism will bo administered at tho closo of the sor? vice tonight. - Grand Masquci-adc At the Auditorium rink, Thursday evening, November 28. Valuable prizes given aa follews: Bost cob- tumo (lady), pair of Richardson al uminum roller Bkatos; beat costumo (gontloman), pnlr of Richardson al uminum roller skntos; bost sustalnod character (lady, flvo dollars In skate tickets; beat sustained character (gontlomon) flvo dollars In skate tickets. MuMjui'rmle nnd Skating Carnival At tho Auditorium rink Thursday evening, November 28. AKks for Legal Separation Mrs. S. Hanson vs. S. E. Hansen is the tltlo of a divorce proceeding which hns boon filed In department No. 2 of the Marlon county circuit court. The defondant and plaintiff woro married in Albany In 1905, nnd tho complaint alleges that on Octobor 1, 1906, Mr, Hanson loft for Mexico, and since that date has fa,tlod to oven wrlto to the plalhtlff. Mrs. Hanson asks for a divorce on thu grounds of dosortlon, and in ad dition roquests judgmont for tho coats and disbursements of the ac tion. Tho case will be tried after tho prqsent bank holiday Is over. Masquerade nnd Skating Cumlvnl At the Auditorium rink Thursday evening, November 28. A Jumbo Radish Probably tho largest radish that has ever been put on exhibition In this city has been brought to the Board of Trade rooms. Can Ho Truly Thankful Among other things, for the fact that J. M." Lawrence has been stock ing up with seasonable groceries and you can bo fully supplied at he old reliable' grocery cojngr. Good Cooks- All know that Wild Hose flour is tho best on tho market, Don't forgot tho next tlmo you order a sack of flour. Tlw .Meat Orders For Thanksgiving day aro nearly over, but Stousloff Bros, furnish just ns good meat ovory day as they do for Thanksgiving. Cltnngo in Finn - Tho popular Arm of Bullock Bros, has been ohangod to Bullook & Teet er, by Mr. Grant Teeter buying out Mr. Ed. Bullock. Thero has been no chango In tho prlcos or oxcellent quality of tho service. Corvnllis.Tho Dalles Tho Corvallls second football team passed through tho city this morning en route to Tho Dalles, whore It will meot tho high school oleven of Tho Dallos tomorrow. Among tho players was Goorga Lounsborry, formerly a student and loading nthleto of "Old "Willamette." Thanksgiving Dinner, 35c. Soup. Oyster. , Fish. Fried Halibut. Entrees. Chlokon Pot-Pie. Prlmo Rib of Beef Roast. RonBt Pork. Turkey and Cranberry Sauce Goosq and Apple Sauco. Voal With Dressing. Vegetables. .Mashed Potatoes. Stowed Corn. , Dessert. Orange Pudding and Cake. Pies. Mince, Apple and Loraon. Extras. Pickled Pigs' Feet. Coffee, Tea or Milk. ELITE HOTEL. E. ECKERLEX, Prop. ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Attorney J. II. McNnry Is In Portland. Dr. II. E. Clay wont to Portland! last evening. Judge Bean went to Portland this morning. August Huckesteln wont to Port laud today.' 11. E, Jennings left this morning for Spokane Oscnr Johnson, tho clothing deal er, Is. In Portland. Ralph Dean and R. Belknap, of Corvallls, aro visiting In tho city. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Barber left to day for Portland to visit their son Miss Frances Llston, of Portland, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Llston, of this city. Miss Evans, tho mllllnor, went to Portland today for a short visit to friends. Mrs. Ray Gilbert left today for Portland, whero sho will spend Thanksgiving. Mrs. Mary Olsel left today for Se attle, whero she will be tho guest of relatives for several week's. Mrs. James E. Godfrey and daugh ter, Miss Emma, went to Portland today, whero they will spend Thank3 Riving. I. S. Stelner and little grand daughter left this morning for Port land to visit A. M. Grllley for a few days. Miss Evelyn Corlett and Miss Mar garet Unruh left this morning for Cascade Locks, where they will spend Thanksgiving." Mr. and Mrs, D. H. Moshor are In Oregon City, where they will eat Thanksgiving turkey with relatives. Miss Lola Cooley, a student of the Salem high school, left this morning for her bome near Portland. Sha was -accompanied by her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Her, who will visit at the Cooley home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haas left this morning for Hlllsboro, whoro they will visit tho former's mother, who Is vory 111. Sho recently sustained a stroke of paralysis, and grave fears aro entertained for her recovery. Mr. and Mrs. J. Conner, who for merly conducted tho Willamette Hotel, arrived in tho city last oven Ing from Seattlo, whero they have been visiting. Alonzo Wain was among thoss who loft this morning for Portland. He was accompanlod by Frank Der by, who will act as chaperone, and snn thnt T.nn" does not buy any, v nterod stock, or get Into any Inter national .trouble with Turkey. Mr. and Mrs. F. V. King 'e" to day for Irvy, Washington, whero they will reside. vr. p S. KnlibtMtOI Ing for CorvallH, wkert nM,l ThnnkielTlniT. DJ1CUU ---- - I kfci Kola Nel, the hop juw.M a 'n Mers T U FH' arilnv. D. S. Kalnehujosit for a few d)'. Chapped handi we JJ by ap lying 0p,'T. Prlr25C. PorWiW- drug store. ., ,i and SUtiK ' cml: :zoh Y' ttWS Beiiitta Sigutvt of THANKSGIVING Rcawfutt!f Radishes, Parsnips, "r'''to0,V" Squashes, Pineapples, Oranges, w- figs, Grape fruit. . && Our line of Olives and Pk money can buy. New stock of ail canned fM Raisins, Currants and Peels. Brazil f irfaerts and Kecw m;. r;-nr0rv W ,v:!r" ,; k5 45b 5IAIC ai.