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DAILY CAPITA Ti JOURNAL. .BAMi OKEflOy, TliynsUAV, DECEMBEH 20 1007
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Today marks the opening of one of the greatest merchandising events of the season asw
preparing to move into our larger quarters, which wjlj ,soort be ready, and this sale will aff I
EVERY ARTICLE IN THIS BIG STORE Sflfe ,
Thfere Will be bargains on every hand-bargains that you cannot afford to pass by your future needs should ho
ticioated during this sale when you can make purchases for miich less than reeular. YOUR nni i ad ui.r 2
ALMOST DOUBLE DUTY DURING THIS GREAT SALE. Come expecting bargains-youll not be disappointed Tf!
praafofit assortment of ?ood values to be found in this city everv article hpW nn tn m c x ... '..
Women's
Ready-to-wear
Best Values nt Regular Prices. At
Bpeclnl they become doubly Inter
esting they como In tho season's
newest showings In fancy mix
tures and ,ln pjaln colors In red,
brown, navy and black.
Reduced
One-Jthird
and
One-half
Muslin
Underwear
Winners in the Corn Guessing Contest
For children under 15 years. guessing the number of lcornols on tho
two carB 6f corn. By count there were 1127, and tho prizes woro
awarded to tho threo girls and boys guessing nearest as follews:
1st Agnes Dowltz
2d-i-Luverno Palmer
3d Hazel Georg'6
1130
1170
1170
lot Warren Booth 1125
2d -EarJ .Nye 1118
3d Harlan Joniinit 1144
Dress Goods
All this season's nowost drcs3
goods In plaids, chocks and ovor
plalds In a wldo rnngo of color
combinations In modlum and dark
flhodos 3ft to CI Inohos wide.
Bath Robes
Men's bath robos In tho" newest
and best pattern something ov
ory man nuods.
For convenience -we havo arranged tl o nuifllln .underwear .onto two
tables easier to got at. Garniontn aro Corset Covers, Drawers, Gown-,
and Skirts of tho best materials and stylos.
REDUCED ONE-THIRD AND OISE-QUARTER
Laces and Embroideries
Hundreds of yards of pretty lacoa and cmbioMorlcp In tho latest
and moat wanted designs and patternB-rOxcoptional values every ono.
You can't miss these bargains.
REDUCED ONE-TH1RD AND ONE-HALF
COc valitios,
Mpvlng Sttlo
75c values,
Moving Sale
$1.00 values,
Moving Salo
$1.25 values,
Moving Salo
$1.50 value's,
Moving Salo
$2.00 values,
Moving Salo
$2i5Q values, f
. Mpvlng Salo . .t . ;
35c
50c
67c
;s4c
$i .06
1.34
1.67
$5.00 values,
Moving Salo
$0.00 valuou,
Moving Salo
$7.50 values,
. Moving Salo
$3.50
4.00
5.00
Rain Coats
Mon's Rain Coata In' newest
styles and'shados.
,,$7.50
. 9.00
. 12.00
$12.50 vnltios,
Moving Salo
$15.00 values,
Moving Salo
$18,00 values,
Moving Salo
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Men's Suits
Strictly high grade newest ntyles and fabrfc.
...,. $9:00
Moving vlof
$15.00 values,
Moving Salo
$20.00 vnlMcs, ,. , a. KA
,.l. IjOawlV?'
$25 values,
Moving Salo
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$M
$30.00 values,
Moving Salo ..,
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR,
AT BARGAIN PRICES
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I CITY NEWS
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' ' A Collection of Important lRr-
' Hjjraph tor Your CoRaloVeratioH .
:ininnnmiii'"iim
Notice
The annual mooting of tho snare
holders of tho Capital National
Bank of Baloui, for the election of
directors will bo lield at Its banking
fcoue in Balem, Oregon, on January
13, 1908 at 3 o'clock p. m.
JOS. H. ALBERT,
122-13-30d Cashier.
Ynfiii-I.vj I'mMIiv I
J .J. McCarthy, John L. Day, C
D. Christenson, Wm. R. MoGarry, W.
B. Emmons, Portland; T. H. Craw
ford, Corvalrts; W. S. McFaddon,
Corvallla; R. II. Lloyd, Elgin; W. 8.
Crowoll, Medford; Cyril G. Brownoll,
Umatilla; J. J. Stanley, Coqullle.
For Sale
A Columbia disc graphopbona
($35 machine), and 25 records;
good aasortmont. Twenty-ono 10
lneh pud four 11-inch size. Price
$25. Enquire at Journal offlco,
11-27-dw-tf
At Luusnuno Hall-
Miss Helen Smith and Miss Vera
Bartlett last evening entertained at
Lausanne hall a large number of the
University students, who are spend
ing tho holidays in tho city. Tho hall
was prettily decoded for tho 6cca
slon. An Improiiaiiu literary and
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musical program was rendered drur-,torlu.m rlug tonight. Admission 10
Ing tho ovonlng, and whon tho guests cents.
departed at a lato hour tho fair hos-1
tosses wor ovotod among tho most! You
delightful entertainers in collegoi Always need renairs' about tho
circles.
The Lawlurn -
At tlM rink tonight.
house. A. M. Hanson, tho sash and
door factory man, turns out as good
work as you can get. Don't forget
1 him when you need auch work. Cor
ner of Mill and Church stroots.
Lawyers Tnko Notice
There wlB bo a meetlnc of itho Christina
Marion County Bar Association at l8 pasJi hut still wo all must llvo
tho circuit court room at tho court ad eat Meat wo must have, and
Iioubo on Thursday, December 26, Steusloff Bros, are as ready as over
1907, at 4 p. m., for tho nurDoso of to furnish It.
considering tho wishes of tho attor.-l
noya Jn regard to a spoclal term of '' Stands Alone
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Dependable
Shoss . . . .-
If you want sensible shoes, we ara
prepared to fit you. If you want
stylish shoes you may depend upon
finding them here. Whether stylish
or not, you may rely upon one thing
they aro worthy, dependable, and
wo do such a large business that our
prices aro unquestionably "right."
Hore aro a few specially Inviting
sorts of now shoes. Dr. Dunn'v
the circuit court.
JOHN H. McNARY, Pres.
C. W. Corby, Sec. 12-24-3t
Tim LnwlcrK .
At tlwi rink tonight.
Slnb Wood for Sale
Quick delivery. Discount on quan.
tlty orders. Spauldlng Logging Co,
112-1 0-1 Ot-eod,
"Goodbye, Billy"
Those heavyweight widows
are
Wild, Roso' Flour Ib In a class by
Itself. It may look llko other flour,
but tho experienced cook will soon
toll you tho difference, If yom send
any other kind to the house.
J. M. Lmvrcncc
Tho old reliable grocer, Is still at
tho corner of Commercial and Ferry
streets. Try him for an Oder. Phone
311.
"Best I Ever Saw"
This is what everyooay says about
cushion for ladles at $3.50, D . Reed's cushion shoes for men,
vicl, bluchers, light or heavy sole. The R. P. Smith shoes for
men, women ana cmiuren. auo tne coieoraiea waucover snoes in
aU stylos, from $3.50 up'.modium or heavy sqles. Ladies' gun metal
shoes, just arrived, at $2.25. Our repairing department always In
full blast. Beat Pt leather and workmanship, AU work guaran
teed, or no pay.
SALEM SMEtSTORE, Scutho
236 STATEIST. SALEM, OREGON
very sorry to let Uncle Bill drop out ltn Ulwle-r children. See them to,
as ho is an old friend of theirs but n,ght at tho AW'dJtorIum rink. Ad-
roatnorwelght cannot travel hpavy
vfelght, so goodbye, Unole Bill.
MRS. F.
MRS. L.
Dr. Will Skiff & Son
Dentists. Steusloff building, Phono
206. eod
Weuthcw
Occasional
day.
rain tonight and PrI.
Tho Lawlers
At thol-ink tonight.
Fancy Skating
Tho Lawlor children at tho Audl-
mlsslou 10 cents.
Contemplates Fruit Growing
Mr. H. R. MoMurray, of YQungs
town, Ohio, is hero looking up the
facts about orcharding. He is partic
ularly interested in peach culture
and thinks of locating and going in
to tho business here. Hq will at
tend tho farmers' Institute and hor
ticultural meeting at Monmouth tomorrow.
Don't Send
Them Back
Is what the manufacturers said,
wh.en a fine lino of toilet Bets came
too lato for, Christmas sales, sp we'll
sell the .balance of our toilet sets at
cost. .
Big Reduction
On everything In our store. We
will- again glvo special attention to
glasses. This Is our specialty, and
are oxperta In fitting most complicat
ed case8. Wo do our own grinding,
soithero nro no long waits for either
now glasses or broken lenses which
aro to bo'dupllcated.
CHAS. H. HINGES
Jeweler and Optician,
123lCommercIal Street.
Women with good complexions are
never homely. Good blood makes
good complexions. Lane's Family
Medicine makes good blood. All
druggists coll It for 25 cents.
DIED.
HALL. JU his homo In Turner.
Tuesday evening, December 24,
1907, at 10 o'clock, H. G. Hall,
aged 79 years, of pneumonia.
He was among the early settlers of
tho state, having come to Oregon
from Wisconsin in 1870. He was
taken ill on last Tuesday morning,
and. owing to his age and enfeebled
condition, grew rapidly worse, and ex
plred in tho evening of the same day.
His wife died about two years ago.
There weroloft four children, one,
son and three daughters, Wlllard
Hall, of Turner; Mrs. S. G. Smith, of
this city; Mrs. S. D. Ramp, or wesi
Salem, nnd Mrs. J. Roach, or rw
dloton,
MAItniEI).
FiSHRIl.WOLF.-At tb FMJt.
E. church toda; t 1 .JJJ
Viola A. FlahertoiOmir."j
' Rev. W. H. Selleck oflu
A license to marry wWMJ.
rooming to qfartBM Snider, J J
.. v-iii,. r Hamilton. UN l
both of tbls city. DWe ".
witness.
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STARR PIAW
HIGH CLASS C00
cm c WILL
Norwich M"1
Wot n"w
nfflca with
29 Pnmmerdal tol
MONEY TO LOAN
irtira 1
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Over aau
tat M,II!!!J!7S
Iavler Childi-en
At the Auditorium rink
Admission 10 cents.
tonight.
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