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l,i;-"" npry.WI.af f f fffl K4haM' 7" , "pV w'9 r ' s DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SAL13M, OREGON, TIIIDAY, DUCKMIIISK 27, 1007. IGREAT MOVING An auspicious opening of one of the greatest merchandising events of the season as preparing to move into our larger quarters, which will soon be ready, and this sale will ft SAIp tVtRY AKIICLt IN ItlB BIO SIORtgRSS,, There will be bargains on every hand bargains that you cannot afford to pass by your future nooHc eu..tj , tirtnatotl tin finer fhfc cafo vuUon nu ran mako nffrrhacc fnr rniirh focc than HocriilaH VAI It rAn . ... 9fr ALMOST DOUBLE DUTY DURING THIS GREAT SALE. Come expecting bargains-you'll not be disappointed S greatest assortment of good values to be found in this cityevery article being up to our standard of exc II fv . aw f?t ' w?vv "i v. v "j .. r? Women's Ready-to-wear Best Values at Regular Prices. At Bpeclal they becomo doubly lutor .cstlng they come In the season's nowest Bhowlngs In fancy mix tures and in plain colors In red, brown, navy and blnck. Reduced One-third and One-half Muslin Underwear For convenience wo havo arranged tl 0 muslin underwoar onto two tables eafllor to got at. Garments aro Corset Covers, Drawors, Gowni and Skirts of tlio best mntorluls and styles. REDUCED ONE-THIRD AND ONEQUARTER Laces and Embroideries Hundroda of yards of pretty Iacos and ombioidorlcs lu the latest and most wanted designs and pattorns oxcoptional values every ono, You can't miss these bargains. REDUCED ONE-THIRD AND ONE-HALF Fancy Suspenders And combination sets contain lng Biispondors, arm bandB and hosp Bupportors, neatly put up in 65c fancy box Regular $1.00 value Boys' Sweaters In wanted Bbados and Bizco. Better bo early. $1.00 values, Moving Salo $1.50 values, Moving Snlo $2.00 values, Moving Sale 50c 75c $ I liu HOSIERY Men's fancy .hosiery in tho newest ami boat patting. An opportu nity to get your supply cheaply, 2Gc and 3Gc value, a r Moving Salo 1 9C Dress Goods All this season's nowost drosi goods In plaids, chocks and ovor plakls In a wldo rango of color combinations In modlum and dark shades 3C to CI Indies wide. 50c valiuos, - Moving Salo JjC 7Cc values, tZfl Moving Salo 3UC $1.00 values, i2'7 Moving Salo OC $1.25 values, q Moving Salo OH-C $1.50 valuoa, A sf Moving Salo !) I UU $2.00 valuoo, a yA Moving Salo I Jnr $2.50 valueo, a rrf Moving Salo I t) i Ad.iH Bath Robes Men's bath robos In tho newest and best pattorns something ev ery man needs. $3.00 values, -5 t Moving Salo vJO.jU $0.00 valuos, . wv Moving Salo tm)) $7.50 vnlucs, fr Moving Salo 3AJU Rain Coats Mon's Rain Coats In nowost stylcB and shades. $12.50 valuoa, g- Moving Salo 4jU $15.00 values, q aa Moving Salo " )) $18.00 values, a ry ff Moving Salo I C,j) 6 A INCORPORATCD eu&lA M tNCORPORATCD 1 ---v Ifll -HSral r Copyright 1907 by Hirt Schiffher 1st Mirx Men's Suits Strictly high grade newest stylos and fabrics. ... $9.00 1 15.00 values, Moving Sale $20.00 vnkies, a ry fr Moving Salo I C3J yzii values, (MCflfc Moving Salo ... JIWW 3U.uu values, aa Moving Salo ... iWj HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR AT BARGAIN PRICES u - 4 I II 1 1 1 1 I H 1 1 18 MI H 1 1 1 1 1 1' CITY NEWS I 2. A Collection of Important Par- ngraphs for Your Consideration I mum m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a 11 u 1 Notice Tho annual meeting of tho share holders of tho Capital National Bank of Salem, for tho election of directors will bo hold at its banking houso in Salem, Oregon, on January IS, 1008 at 3 o'clock p. m. JOS. H. ALBERT, 122-13-30d Cashier. For Sale A Columbia disc graphophone ($35 machine), and 25 records; good assortment. Twenty-ouo 10 lnoh pnd four 11-lnoh size. Prlae $25. Enquire at Journal office. 11-27-dw-tf Last Vcrformnnco Of tho Lawler children at the skat ing rink tonight. Come and hear Ahem sing tholr f are w oil song and ceo ono of tho best exhibitions of fan cy and trlok skating on the road. Positively tholr laBt performance In this city. Dr. Will Skiff & Son Dentists. Steusloff building, Phone 206. eod Lawyers Tko Notice There wlB bo a meeting of the Marlon County Bar Association at (tho circuit court room at tho court houao on Thursday, Decorabcr 2G, 1907, at 4 p. m., for the purpose of considering the wishes of tho attor neys In regard to a special term of tho circuit court. JOHN II, McNARY, Pros. C. W. Corby, Seo, 12-24-3t "- Tho Lmvler - At Uo rink tonight. Lnt ier. foritmuce. Admlsslou 10c. Weather Occasional rain tonight and Satur day, Artisans, Attention Initiation, tonight. Will Carry Freight- Tho Orogon railway commission was yosterday notified by the Oregon Electric offloinls that that road would commonco lta freight train service i oeiwoen tniB oity and tho metropolis tho first of tho coming year, and that tho passenger sorvlco over tho same road would begin nbonit the first of Fobruory, 1908. At the ltink Tho Lawler ehlldrou, fancy and trick skaters, who aro on tho boards at the Auditorium rink, will give tholr last performance tonight. Come and hear their farewell Bong and Bee tholr stunts on tho rollers. Admis sion 10 cents. I A Phonograph Music llox I Don't fogot to seo tho Roglna- j phono, which Is on exhibition at tho savngo music store. . Two Instruments lu One Tho Ijawlcrs J At tho rink tonight. Last per formance. Admission 10c. Night Classes Thoro aro classes In shorthand, typewriting and spelling three nights of oaoh week nt the Capital Business College. A new class will bo com- ,menced after tho New Year, If a sruf- iflclent numbor will enroll to justify it. For Information call, or phono 3S8. 12-27-3t Jasper Longcor, of Bay City, visiting Salem frlonds. is Dr. Richardson left this morning for Portland on business, I Time Invested In study Is nlways a paying In vostmont, Thero nre night classes at the Capital Buslnoss College. For Information call, or phono 388. 12-27-3t Voted Three-Mill Rond Tax Thero was a llvoly mooting of tax payers at Liberty yostorday, repre senting road district No. 28, at whloh the subjoot of voting a tax to main tain tho rock road was considered. This district Includes tho road from tho city limit to a mile beyond Lib erty, and tho cross roads on either ldo for qulto a distance, Tho county court made the proposition to onush tho rock and roll It on, pro vided tho taxpayers would vote the money to pay for tho hauling and spreading. As a result tho meeting was attonded by about 30 taxpayers, notwithstanding tho stormy weather. Good- spooohos wero m oednfanr Good speeches wero made for and against tho proposition, and wlien It camo to a voto a three-mill tax was ordered by a voto of three to one. This will iVlso about $S00, and will make an Improvement which will further enhance tho value of all property In that seotlon. No part of tho county has built up as rapidly as this section, and, while liberal sums of money nnd 'labor liave been ex pended on tho roads tho property has enhanced In value to moro than jus tify all expense, to say nothing of tho comforts nnd conveniences afford ed the resldonts of that section. A Dangerous Deadlock, ihat sometimes terminates fatally. Is the stoppage of liver and bowel function. To quickly end this con dition without disagreeable sonsa tlonn, Dr. Klug's New Life Pills should always bo your remedy. Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory in every case or money back at J. C. Perry's drug store. 26o. Tho Lnwlers At tho rink tonight. Last per formance. Admission 10c. PjTOgraphy Hulbs j At tho Variety storo. Football Game Tho St. Louis football team will play Multnomah at Portland New Year's day. Tlokots will bo sold at ono faro for tho round trip. Mako good going on Cottage Grove local .at 8:40 a. m., January 1, returning 'January 2. WM. M'MURRAY, 12-274t Gen. Pas. Agt. S. P. Co. Will Not Tolerate Rowdyism The management of tho Kllnger I Grand theatro regret the dlsagree ablo Incident of last Wednesday ev ening, caused by boys In tho gallery turowing pepper in me air. m no par- tlos who brought tho pepper Into tho' house aro known to those In charge of tho theatre, and If any further trouble of this nature comes up Bome arrosts will probably result. Tho management of the little theatro wish to assure lta patrons that rowdy ism of any kind will not be tolerat ed. As this Is tho first offense, and the boys who caused the trouble are not wholly bad, this notice will prob ably bo all that Is necessary. Don't Send Them Back Is what tho manufacturers said, when a fine line of toilet sots came too Into for Christmas sales, so we'll sell tho balance of our toilet sets at cost. Big Reduction On everything In our store. We will ngaln give Bpeclal attention to KlnssoB. This Is our specialty, and aro experts In fitting most complicat ed cases. Wo do our own grinning, so thero are no long waits for either now glasses or -broken lenses which are to bo duplicated. CHAS. H. HINGES Jeweler and Optician. 123 Commercial Street. .MAIUUKD. SNIDER HAMILTON.-! olty, December 26, lMT.WnSM Ho M. Hamilton to Cl"i ft dor, City Recorder Wlej A. wen onlclaung. fUlLl. f . , THOMAS. At the twUj wm Englewood addition. Detier V lOO?:!.?!'!' a daufihter. weight SH FHP. ITow Diphtheria Is Contracted. One often hears tho expression, "My child caught a Bovere cold which developed Into diphtheria," when the truth was that the cold had simply left the little one particularly sus ceptible to the wandering diphtheria germ. When Chamberlaln'3 Cougb Remedy is given it quickly cures the cold and lessens the danger of diph theria or any other germ disease be ing contracted. For salo at Dr Stone's drug store. . o ' O Bstntia Elgutaio of ,MTOXI.X. lli8 Kind Yoii Hava Always BcagM CZmi Manringo License Countv Clerk Allen Issued the foi- lowlnft marrlaKO license teday: Rob ert R. Kearns, aged 20, and Emma M. Kobow, aged 19, both of this city, George Kearns witness. To Ouro Cold In Ono Day. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money ir i t.ii. ..r v. XV. GROVE'S signature on eacn dox. a& Tlmt's It! ! I rtmnh vmircnlf Into a fit Of SpasmS and then wonder why you don't get well. If you will only try a bottle of nniinrH'B Horehound Syrup your cough will be a thing of tho past. It is a positive euro for cougnB, iuu-n-n hmnniiiMfi and all pulmonary diseases. One bottle will convince nit nf vniir druCKlst. 25c, COC, $1- Sold by D. J. Fry. STARR PIANO I niGII CLASS C00D3 k iilHIUlllH'JlggSg " 7T t.i T7i Nofwicu uIcgr Frank .Mercoiui, . , Office with Wo. Bro ft.- 29 Commercial " Over Ladd ft Bway.g fMKwrT0D3 city. 3i. ji-S-ie-" ' . .... chnntlDg S8""'' ...til ' nr iuu "-- - rttr iu '- . , .. enme fun, Ba...ji llttlD "w JJ'J " iMT-it prle. j -rTit IU1 Nanal '