Newspaper Page Text
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1010.
C O JI .IE
Loaded to the utmost with NEW GOODS. The leading manufactures of Europe and Amercia have contributed toward our immense new stock. We haifcboughtjn large quantities, and
bought for cash. Because of our great buying facilities, because we keep our expenses down to the lowest possible limit, and are satisfied with small profits, we can and do offer our cus
tomers FAR GREATER values than they can possibly secure elsewhere. . We are neve undersold. We sell at the lowest possible cash prices. The best values are here.
If Any Lady Wishes to Pay
a Price Anywhere From
$9.90 to $50
For her next tailor
suit, she had better
come here, for at nil
prices ranging from
$9.90 to $50 wo offer
We would bo glad
to try a few suits on
you and let you see
for yourself that the
garments .are- all we
'Claim for them, In
"Tho very best values
Women's Long Coats
We bought every coat and suit
long before the strike and every one
of our ready-made garments aro
either here or on the way here. We
have had no troublo about deliveries
consequently we have a large and
elegant assortment of coats for you
to cliooso from. We can't fall to
have what you have been wishing
PRICES $4.00 TO $40
This is Where Your Dollars Go the Farth
est and You Receive the Best in Quality
Lace collars, special $ .10
75c colored linens 35
Ladles' and children's white hose, per pair 03
Children's sldo garters, special, per pair 12
$1.25 warm klmonas 4)
35c wldo fancy ribbons 28
25c walstlngs 10
$2.25 light pink and blue petticoats 1.25
$1.-60 black sateen and hcatherbloom petticoats . '. 1.12
$1.25 black sateen and heatherbloom petticoats .7 80
89c black and white striped petticoats G9
Velveteen, values to $1.25 2 4
Ladles' Sweaters "reduced 33 1-3 per cent. '
25c Vest for ladles .10
$1.25 Values ;....84c 90c Values G4c
75c Values 49c 35c Values 21c
5c Cotton Challles 5(,
Values to 35c a yard In material aultablo for Comforts Ifi yard
This sale Is for tho week.
25c mesh veiling .".12c
5c Handkerchiefs, 2 for uc
35c Jabots 15c
Extra special on corset covers ' 24c
$1.00 white Waists 44c and 75o
25c ruchlng, per yard.... 9u
25c Wash Belts 12 is
20c Bath Towels 12c
Outing Flannel Special
15c values 11c Extra special . . 4c-
8c values Gc 10c values !7-.... So
120 values ...9c .
Children's Gingham Dresses
$1.75 values $1.1,0 2.00 values 1.40
2.25 values 1.S0 .75 values 30
1.35 values 90 $2.76 values $1.90
Saturday There Will be a Big Special on
Ladies Outing Flannel Night Gowns
Unusual Values in
' $8.00, $10.00, $12.00,
See thoso elegant garments and
you'll realize their uncommon at
tractiveness. Try them on and you
will see how perfectly they fit. Wear
one and you'll know what excellent
all. wool fabrics they aro made of.
The prices we ask do not begin to
tell tho true worth of the garment.
Mrs. Nancy Anno Smith died at
Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland,
Oregon, September 3, 1910, at 5:30
a. m. of carcinoma of tho stomach.
She was a widow leaving flvo child
ron and four grand children, Mrs.
Maud Hnrroll, Portland; Wm. B.
Smith, Portland; Clarko D. Smith,
Oregon City; Mrs. Sam Adolph, Sa
lem; Charles E. Smith, Portland.
She was born In Pennsylvania, Moy
23, 1858 and aged 52 years, threo
months and throes days. Sho was a
faithful member of tho Mothodlst
church. Funeral will bo held from
Oregon Electric ticket offlco, oppo
site court house, Tuesday at I
o'clock. Interment In City View
Cottage Undertaking) Parlora
modern In overy detail. Lady assist
ant. Cor. Cottago and Chomeketa.
The Best $3 Hat
We are showing all of tho newest
styles. The Gordon is a guaranteed
A big new lino of stunning little suits that will assuro your Httlo
man of being ono of tho best dressed boys In tho community provid
ed you purchases ono of our 1910 suits.
ijt 3C 3fi jfi tft f !f 5(C jjC jjC SjC 5jc
Wg Ten Cent Vuudlvllle Matinees
Remember every afternoon at Blyls.
Buy Your Hop BosKcts at
Salem Fence Works, 250 Court St
-Cider Apples Wanted
Gideon Stolz Co., corner Mill and
-Summer Btreets. Bring them noy.
sSacks furnished. 8-24-tf
Oao of tho Finest
Houses In Salem has been placed
-Jn my hands to sell. The Bile must
be made soon, therefore the price is
reasonable. See mo about this be
fore It Is gone. Homer H. Smith,
-room 5, McCornsck bldg. Phone 96.
-WWIe They Iiast
Only 10 gross left Schram Jars.
Pint; -65c; quarts, 75c; -gallons,
41.05, at Farrlngton's, tho Market
:niaq, Eas State street. 9-2r3t
INotlc to Contractors
Sealed proposals will be received
ait the office of F. A. Legg until 3
-o'clock on the 12th day of September,
1910 and then opened, for the con
struction of a manufacturing plant
building for the Oregon Manufactur
ing Company, Salem, Oregon! In ac
cordance with drawings and specifi
cations, copies of which may bo hadi
flf the architect. The right is re-
served to reject any or .11 bids. ft-2-tf
Tito Methods Ono Result
The "Green Goods" man pretends
to sell his victim what he wants, but
gives him something oko Instead.
"Tho 'Substltutor" uses his per-.-suaslve
powers to Induce his victim
to accept what ho does not call for.
Each uses a different method, but
-the result is tho same. No reputable
merchant will offer you a substitute
when you call for a standard adver
tised article. Patronize home ad
vertisers. Price of Milk Sept. 1, 1010
Pint per month $1-35
-Quart per month $2.50
3 plats per month ,.$3.65
2 quarts per month ,,..,$4.75
3 quarts per month $6,25
-Per gallon 2ic
Per oan 67 He
Signed, Capital Dairy,
Gill Dairy '
Clover Leaf Dairy,
Capital City Creamery
For Sale "
Fine 5 or 10-acre tract. Homer H,
Smith, room 5, McCornack building,
Phone 96. 8-2-tf
Ladles, Save Your Hair
For we are prepared to make It np
in any form. Also first-class lmlr
goods for sale at Elite Massago J'nr-
lor. 302 U. S. Bank Building. 9 5-2t
Reinforced ware Is the best. John
G. Barr cutlery oxcols In points of
wear. Call and examine them at
Barr's Jewelry Store, corner State
and Liberty streets. 9-3-2t
10 Acre Tract
For sale. $5.00 per acre down and
balance $1.00 per acre per month.
This is as flno a tract as there Is la'
the county and has an excellent view.
Total price per acre $125. Homer
H. Smith, Room 5, McCormlck Bldg.
Beautify Your Home
The goods aro in Salem with
which to do It. Get a genuine Onyx
Mantel clock, a beauty, $75. Barr,
tho Jeweler, has them, corner State
and Liberty streets. 9-3-2t
The Mikndo Tonight
The National-Pollard Opera com
pany will present Gilbert and Sulli
van's greatest comic opera, "The
Mikado" at the Grand Opera house
tonight. . The company includes
many popular favorites, amoni?
whom aro Eva Pollard as Yum-Yu'm,
Alf Pollard as Ko-Ko, and Jack Pol
lard os tho Mikado. Prices 50c, 75c,
Now Tg tho Time to Use
A disinfectant and germ, killer.
50c for sprinkler and largo bottle.
No-Fly remedy saves vtho horses and
cows lots of worry. You get the30
at F. E. Shafer's, tho paddle and
Harness Man, 187 South Commer
cial St. 9-5-eod-tf
Rescue Workers Hero
The Portland Commons Rescue
and Missionary workers will start a
21-day gospel campaign In Salem.
beginning tomorrow night. The
work" will be conducted by Mr. W.
G. MaoLaren and Tom Mackoy, both
well known settlement and prison
roform workers. They come highly
recommended and have done great
good along these lines. Their work
Is in the intereats of society, moral
ity, and Christianity, being a practi
cal effort to lift up the fallen, pro
tect the helpleea and aid In leading
feet gone astray, back Into the path
of honesty and virtue. They are
both energetic and enthusiastic
workers, and their campaign will ba
conducted both In their hall and on
LABOR DAY PARADE IN NEW
YORK TAKEN PART IN BY
THOUSANDS OF CLOAK MAK
ERS, WHO DENOUNCE JUDGE
GOFF'S DECISION ABOUT PICK
UNITED P&BS8 LSJ.BED WIBB.
Now York, Sept. 5. Now York's
Labor Day demonstration today was
an echo of tho suit makers' strike.
Thousands of persons were In lino In
a monster parade, which was a pro
test against the decision of Judge
Goff in the sultmakors' strike, pro
hibiting picketing or any sort of in
terference with the business of the
suit factories and sweat shops.
Thousands of haggard, care-worn
women and chlldron from the East
Side, members of the Sultmakers'
Union, joined the parade and marched
with the men in protest against tho
; Almost every union In the long lino
of march carried a flaring banner de
nouncing Goff and his decision. Somo
'of them were so daring in their word
ing that It Is declared' by attorneys
they were In contempt of court.
The parade was one of tho biggest
ever seen In Now York and the larg
est number of women ever soen In
line In a Labor Day parade marched
The marchers TVore compelled to
display prominent on their clothing
the union label as a further indica
tion of their support of the garment
makers. Badges and banners also
bore the emblem of unionism.
As the maicners passed the aristo
cratic clubs they Jeered the fash
ionably dressed spectators who llnod
the sidewalks. '
Can You Buy
Much good Improved land near
Sublimity, Oregon at $65 per acre.
N , you cannot. For a short time,
however, I have a 140-acro farm ono
mile from Sublimity at $65 per acre.
This price includes the crop until
harvested. See me at once about
this, as It will not last long. Homer
II. Smith, room 5, MeCornack bldg.
Phone 96. 7-13-tf
The rudder of the trans-AtIantl:
Olympic weighs 100 tons, being th
heaviest ever built.
CALIFORNIA BAKERY MAKES
PRESENT TO CARPENTERS
AND THEY INVITE THEIR
FRIENDS TO SAMPLE IT BY
WAY" OF LABOR CELEBRATION
For several reasons tho proposed
celebration of Labor Day by tho dif
ferent labor organizations. In Salem
this year, was called off at tho last
minute and there was nothing of an
elaborate nature, on tap In this cltV
today, but, In view of tho fact that
the California Bakery had baked a
hugo - fruit cake and donated tho
same to tho Carpenters' Union, of
this city, especially for the Labor
Day festivities, the Carpenters' un
ion, allied with other unions of, tho
city, Is holding a grand carnival up-'
on the strength of tho toothsome
delicacy at their hall, No. 42Q. State
Btreet, this afternoon.
The cake measures two feet by 18
Inches and is threo Inches In thick
ness, decorated In white frosting and
bearing the Inscription, "Carpenters'
Union No. 1066? United Wo Stand;
Salem, Oregon; by California Bak
ery," in pink frosting. The other
unions participating In thovfestlvj-
tles, as guests of the carpenters aro
the painters, decorators and paper
hangers of America, No. 724, and
Capital Typographical Union, No.
210. Tho Carpentors's union, was
organized April' 11, 1902, has a
membership of 125 In good standing
and meets overy Saturday night at
their hall, No. 420 Stato street. Tho
committee upon, entertainment"" la
composed of A. W. Dennis, E, L.
Briggs and W. H. Woods.
A Wntch In Your Friend
But how often do you have It
cleaned? Bring it to mo for examin
ation. We do watch cleaning and re
pairing. A. T. Powers, watchmaker
and jeweler, 247 North Commercial
HE WANTS HAWLEY.
(Continued from page 1.)
take In the organization of tho next
national house of representatives, In
case of election. I am opposed to
ISpeaker Cannon, and am as strongly
opposed to tho election of any other
man who holds Mr. Cannon's Ideas of
parliamentary organization. , If I am
elected I shall voto for Victor Mur
dock or somo other man who holds
with tho progressive Republicans of
this country! rnd I nm as anxious to
secure tho dovoloprnent of tho rivers
and harbors of Oregon as you are
Tho public havo a right to know
whether you nro to continue your old
alignment in tho organization, or
whether you are to stand for the
highest impulses of tho Republican
party and tho awakened consclocQ
of tho American people, as represent
ed by Cummins, Dolllvor, Murdoch,
Norrls, Brlstow and other loaders rep
resenting progresslvo ideas.
Trusting I may have an early and
favorablo answer, I nm,
B. F, MULKEY.
SALEM IS INVITED.
(Continuea'trom Page 1.)
For County Clerk
MAX H. GEHLHAR,
Former Deputy Clork
Respectfully asks your Sup-
port for an economical and efll-
W C HI TfinAV i
i- i v u r i
FOR SALE Fine 5 or 10-acro tract
Homer H. Smith, room 6, McCor
nack bldg. Phono 96. 8-2tf
CAN YOU AFFORD To pass ud
such an opportunity na tho follow
ing: For sale, good 6-room houso,
pantry, bath, all rooms good size,
board walks, barn and chicken
hou3o, city water, excellent view,
lots of shado and fruit trees, houso
plastered and in extra good condi
tion. Prico $1900, easy terms.
Homer H. Smith, room 5, McCor
nack building. Phone 96.
FOR SALE First class newspaper
loiaing maenmo 4-6-8-10 or 13
pages folded at once up to a full
sized 7 column paper. Cheap it
taken soon. Speed 1800 to 2000
per hour. Inquire Journal Salem,
FOR SALE A flno lot on south
east corner of 24th nnd Trado Sts.,
high and dry, 60x192 A- This is
a dandy. $400, $25' down, bal
ance $10 per month. Homer H.
Smith, Room 5, McCormack build
. - 6-20-tt
FOR SALE Five-; room now bunga
low, modern in ovory way; closo
in, handy to school and car. $300
down; balance monthly payments.
Homer H. Smith, Room. 5, Mc
Cornack building. Phono 96 or
FOR SALE 40 acres of pnk grub
land near oil well at Dallas, at $40
per aero. 140 acres, partly Im
proved, at $17.1(0 per ncro. See
John Bird at Dallas beforo Sop
tomber 10. . f 9-5-4t
oflt to Poland, Salem and tho live FOR SALE An -aero of first class
garden land closo to City limits.
Is so located that It can bo irri
gated If desired. Just right for
celery and othor garden truck.
Easy terms If taken at once. Ad
dre3s F. S. Burns, caro of Journal.
well again this year. Bejng a mom-
her of tho State Board of Agriculture,
as well as tho board hero, I feel equal
ly interested in both Institutions, and
believe that each ono should aid tho
other, and by that united otfort nnd
hearty co-operation all alfng tho lino
wo may bo able to mako both theso
fairs a groat success and of great ben
"Thanking you for your anticipat
ed co-operation, and hoping to soo tfa
Immenso crowd from your way at t&oj
Portland fair, I am
Very truly yours,
"N. C. MARIS, President."
(ContlnuciT rrom Pago 1.)
scene of tho worst disorder slmulta-
enously nnd charged tho mobs with
drawn bayonets. Mon, womon and
children stood their ground, fighting
back with clubs and stones and oven
knives. Thirty soldiers wore wound-
od and a largo numbor of persons In
tho mob w.oro) bayoneted. Many
more were Jknockod down and tram
SInco tho cholera outbreak, tho
Importation of vegetables and fresh
foods has been prohibited and water
LADIES Make big money for your
self during spare timo. Write to
day for our "Special Offer No. 10.
Sent free to you. American Sup
ply Co., 305 Third St., Portland,
WANTED Small furnished house,
two In family. Will tako it for a
year or more. Address 0, caro
FOR RENT Ono 6-room houso nnd
ono now 4-room sottago furnished.
Flno location. Mrs. B. M. Woods,
1902 N. 5th St. 8-5-3t
Dlo avail themselves of this opportu
Dity to see tho Portland fair and live
stock exhibit, and accept tho friend
ly invitation of tho people of Poi:
land, Many Salem people went tq
I'oitlnnd today to visit tho fair, but .'t
is desired that a largo crowd bo m.vlo
up on Wednesday to tako In tho Pt
la'nd plow In a body, and nil who ten
possibly go should make it a point
to do so. The text of President
Marls' letter to the Salem Board of
"I am writing to call your atten
tion to tho fact that Wednesday, Sep
tember 7, Is Salem and Wlllamctto
Valley day at tho Portland Fair and
Live Stock Exposition, and wo trust
that you will mako a special effort to
bring us a good attondanco from your
city and that soctlon of tho country
on that day, as woll as othor days.'
Portland has alwuys given a flno at-!
tendanco at the state fair on Port-I
hydrants have boon shut off unlosa WANTED At once, a cood mo-
their supply is known to bo untaint
Hundreds of tho city's population
havo left their homos and are living
pitiably in caves or aro wandoring
chanlc at Salem Auto Garage.
Also a washer. Phone 386.
Fire Insurance Society
Frank Sleredltli, P'tddont Agest
Room 18 Bush Bank Blk, Salem, Or,
Only ft lltdo cold In tho head may
bo tho boglnnlng of an obstlnato
case of Nasal Catarrh. Drlvo out Zinc shlnglo nails, cut from tho
tho Invador with Ely's Cream Balm BOl" metal, nro practically indes-
nnnllod utralcht to tho Inflamed ""uctnble. i,
stuffod up air-passages. Price 50c.
If you prefer to uso an atomizer, ask
for Liquid Croam Balm. It has all
tho good qualities of tho solid form
of this remedy and will rid you of
catarrh or hay fover. No cocaine to
breed a dreadful habit. No mer
cury to dry out tho secretion. Prlco
75c, with 'spvylng tubo. All drug
gists, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56
Warren street, Now York.
est Salem Transfer
Try a Journal Want Ad
CHICHESTER S PILLS
I 7r r ' -'- ' ' lii i iA'm Trill
i i 1 4$
MONEY TO LOAN
TWOS. K. FORD
land day, and wo nutlclpato doing as Over Lndd & Ituxh Bank, Hnlem. Or
The books close for registration man roglstered Independent cannot
for the primaries September 13, vote at the primaries. At tho gen
ii days before the primary election, oral election however, you can vote
If you register otherwise than ns a at you please, but the big battle will
Republican or Democrat, you lone be fought at the primaries, so gel
vour vote, as there are no cnndl- out and register. Do not delay,
dntes at the primaries other than the last day for registration before
Republicans and Democrats and a the primaries Is September 13.
Connocts with all trains at
West Salem for Dallas, Falls
City and Salem.
Leaves Journal oiuco for
West Salom at 8:40 a. m.,
12 in., 1:10 p. m. and 4.00 p.
m. every day oxcopt Sunday,
Also for Independence, Mon
mouth and AIoMinnville.
Leaves Himuay at 8:00 n.
m., 1:00 p. in., and 5:15 p.m.
falls at hotols on request.
Telephone or leave orders at
t'xni'al Journal office any day
but Sunday. Phone it.