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DAILY CAPITAL JOUSKAL, SALEM, OEEOON. WEDNESDAY, HAY 28, 1913. Biiiiiiiiiiimniiitiiiiimiiiiiiiium SPECIAL 5 A surprise awaits you, so don't stay away and be orry after it ii over. There will be Dresses, Lingerie and Tailored S Waists, Sweaters, Skirts, Women's and Misses Suits, Linen Suits, Silk Coats, Pongee Coats, Children's Coats, Evening i Coats, Kiminos, etc. Absolutely the greatest surprise we have ever planned. Qualities up to $25 regularly. Whatever j you pick out from these assortments will cost you just $1 that's why we call Thursday and Saturday 'Dollar Days." Bear this in mind: With such values as these it will be impossible to fit, alter, exchange or refund on any of these Dol- E lar Ba gains. Remember the Dates, Thursday and Saturday, May 29-31 UIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIItlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Ill llllllllliniltllllllllllllllllllllllllHIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllji SLEM'S LARGEST STORE CITY NEWS. WIL Special "'eoting of De IWjtvMolay Commamlory No. fcfjr' 5, K. T., this evening. Work In the Order of the Temple. Visiting sir knights welcome. All kinds of watch repairing, clean ing, etc., at Rollins', with Red Cross Pharmacy. Five-Star flour gives satisfaction. Try it. L. A. W'estncott Sc Co., 170 S. Commercial street. Standard drop lamps, Mr.iIh Perfec tion lamp, electric fixture ami wiring at I'ettingcll's, 1115 North Liberty St. Now is the time to me Wizard Fer tilizer for plants, garden, lawns, etc, Li. A. Westarott & Co. Phone Main 2175. THEATRE IhmrA AT MOTOR IHLJA-U CYCLES Less 1-3 Specical - - - Less 1-3 OWING TO THE BACK WARD SEASON WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL RE DUCTION OF ONE-THIRD OFF ON ALL OUR "PACK ARD" OXFORDS DURING THIS WEEK. 1 ?Ti' S 'f SURPRISE $ Dollar Days at Meyers $ May 29 THURSDAY AND SATURDAY May 31 THE GREATEST OF In a recent advertisement we asked all women of Salem and vicinity to watch for a special announcement telling of the surprise we were planning. Here it is: On next Thursday ana Saturday only we will offer special Dollar Bargains. Women's, Misses' and Children's Wear. Shoes, Men's and Boys' Togs I mi imB lit imi Special Sale of Women's and Misses' Dresses and Linen Suits Begins Today-$4.88 Will Buy Dresses Regularly Priced to $27.50. These dresses must be soldsome are soiled from display and handling, and many are the season's new garments These are net dresses, lingeries, lawns, piques, tissues, challis, linens, chambrays, ratine and percale dresses, also a large assortment of Linen Suits our regular stock, qualities up to $27.50, your choice of three big racks at $4.88. Visit the big store today and take advantage of this unusual offering. See the window display. F. S. Stewart and wife, of 770 North Capitol, left yesterday for a visit at Rainier. Remember the I.. O. T. M. dance at Moose hall Thursday, May 2!. Peerless orchestra, (fonts 50c; ladies 25c. T. M. Kirby, of Milwaukie, was in Salem yesterday to attend the funeral of his old comrade, D. W. Matthews. ' If yon have a horse, cow or chickens you should be a customer of I.. A. West acott & Co., 170 S. Commercial street. Phone Main 2175. ! Chemcketa lodge Xo. 1, I. (). O. F., will hold memorial services Sunday af j ternoon at 2:30 at Odd Fellows' hall, High and Court street. Nothing can equal the Olympic flour, jtnade from hard wheat. Only $1.35 the . sack. Fresh, crisp vegetables, every morning. Try our strawberries. Kdgar I the grocer, corner Court and High Sts. WATT 8IIIPP, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Etc. North Commercial Street Phone 363 "ire ANNOUNCEMENT! ALL SU RPRISES. w iv s Ml IMI mm I Elks, Take Notice. Tomorrow evening thero will be ini tiation anil a banquet. This will bo "storytelling" night, ami the member who tells the best story will be given a box of cigars. He there. .lodge Galloway is today hearing the ease of Wilson vs. Gow. We have an display a full line of toilet soaps reduced more than half in price. Fry's drug store. X. A. McCann, 2710 Maple avenue, is able to be about on crutches, follow ing injuries received by a horse he was shoeing in tho Xorth Salem blacksmith shop. Roland Armstrong left this morning for Kstacada, where he will join a gov ernment surveying crew, which will spend the summer in the vicinity of Mt. Hood. He as direful about having your pre scriptions compounded as you are in se lecting your doctor. Bring them to .Poole, the druggist, 115 Xorth Liberty street. The first strawberries of this senson were marketed yesterday by George Chapman, Salem rurnl route Xo. 2, who brought in three crates of the Gold Dol lar variety. The music department of the Salem Woman's Club, will meet with Mrs. W. II. Hurghardt dr., SiiO t'nion street, Thursday, June 5, Instead of this week, as previously announced. Dr. K. V. F.llis has sold his home on South Winter street, and has just moved into his new residence in the Oak Lodge addition to. Salem. Residence at 1157 South Fifteenth street. Phone Main 313. If you have not made your selection of millinery, you should do so imme diately. Mrs. Curtis, on High street. Masonic building, is rapidly disposing of the choice patterns. Get your supplies at Sunset Grocery, 121 Sooth Commercial street. Phone1 131. Strict care is given to every or dcr. Delivery prompt. Our customers pronounce Davis" Best as the one flour. Central Temple Xo. 11, Pythian Sis tcrs, gave a banipiet last evening in honor of Grand Chief Mrs. Hnnunh Vin cents, of St. .luhns. The Knights of Py thias were giiots on the occasion. Sev eial responses to toasts were given. Have you tried that lice and mite killer that we have been urging you to use! It surely does the work. This i the time of year tha it is needed most Siv F. K. Shafer, the saddle and har ness man, 1"7 South Commercial street. Our customers pronounce "Yakima Best" the best ever. The life ia the wheat is not lost. Our deliveries are quick, prompt service. Little folks nev er tire of bread made from this flour. See Sperling, 311 Xoith Commercial St. ii. liCOODlGOOD S feS THE HOUSE OF QUALITY A decree for divorce was granted to day by Judge Galloway in the case of Lowell I. Will v. Helene E. Will. Tom Gerber left last evening for An aconda, where he will have a place with the Anaconda Standard, the leading newspaper of Montana. Gerber worked for the Standard some years ago, and knows the game over in the copper min ing district. Every time you use the Cherry City Flouring Mills' make of flour or ce reals, you will become a better friend to our concern. We make the "Patent" and "Oak Wend," Oregon Wheatola, graham, etc. Ask your grocer for Made in Salem goods. The greatest Victrola enthusiasts are those who have long owned victrolas. It is the one thing of which you never tire, a source of continuous never-ending pleasure. We. sell Victors on the easy payment plan. ( has. E. Anderson, 521 Court St., Moose building. A warning to look out for a woman who is said to be obtniuing funds un der guise of a Daughter of the Confed eracy was received by Chief of Police Shedeck from Mrs, E. W. Hector, of Hot Springs. Ark. The letter states that the woman in question claims to be the widow of the late J. L. Alcorn, a former governor and United States sen ator from Mississippi. Eleanor Kent, with Eddie Toy, la "Over Wednesday, Our 640th Wednesday Surprise Women's Lingerie Waists 1.98 Each Here's an offering of unusu al merit. Neat, dainty sum mer waists in pleasing styles; lace trimmed and embroid ered designs in an excellent array. An opportunity to re plenish your supply at a very substantial saving. Your choice of this assortment to day only at See the window display. None sold before 8:30. No Phone Orders The railroad commission todav re fused to grant the Pacific Telegraph & Telephone Company authority to close itl station at Blodgett. Hearing in the t'hampoeg case was set for June 12. from Portland comes a report that I mi uu uae Deen DacKing the ref ........ L .1 1 I .. erendum on the compensation act have decided to drop the proposition, and not file the petition. Hary Baird, a from one-to-fourteen-year man, who was paroled on the sec ond of this month, and given into the custody of E. E. Giliam, the local liv eryman, broke his parole last Friday by forging a check on the stables conduct ed by Mr. Gilliam amounting to $37.50. Lucy (juelette, Christina Pablo, and Ida Kennedy, Chemawa Indian girls, each 17 years old, were arrested today at t heniawa by a deputy marshal on a charge of rnising the amounts on post office money orders and cashing them. One order was raised from 1 to 21, and another from $5 to $23. The girls are nid to have admitted their guilt. Decoration Day, Friday, May 30, Sa lem Senators will play the fast Che mawa Indians at league grounds at 3 p. m. The Chemawa hand will furnish music, and as the Indians have a fast team, the afternoon should be thor oughly enjoyed by all. the 31ver,' Grand Opera Bouse May 28. The Chemawa Indian baseball team has a fine bunch of players, having been defeated but twice this season, and then principally on account of pitcher being overworked. They expect to give the Senators a battle worth seeing at the league grounds Decoration Day. There will be music, and all kinds of re freshments. Don't miss it. Xow is the time to .join the Senators' P.ooster Club. Don 't put it off any long er. Be on hand at league grounds at 3 p. m. Dec-oration Da;" to see the fast Chemawa Indians and Senators play. Yon will never be sorry. Three crack erjack good games out of five, and a double-header thrown in. If you don't get your money's worth, your money refunded. Legalize -Boxing. fCHITED PRESS LEASED WIRR.l .Ua.lisou, Wis., May By a vote of 53 to 35 the state assembly today suspended the rules and passed a bill to legalize boxing. It is patterned af ter the Frawley law in Xew York. At the Postoffice. On May 30, Memorial Day, the gen eral delivery and carriers' window of the postoffice will be open from 8 to 9 a. m. No service on the city or rural routes. Squire Farrar, postmaster. NEW TODAY. FOIt SALE Five-room cottage to be moved off of plate. Inquire 696 Cottage. LOOK HERE, MAX I am prepared to saw all kinds of junk. Old ties a specialty. Phone 2517. TAXK'AB SERVICE It will pay you to see J. B. Underwood, manager of the West Side Transfer Co., when you want a taxieab. Terms reasonable. Phone Main 81. On Sundays phone jiain 100. Stand at corner of State and Commercial streets. TO THOSE HOLDlXG COUPONS OX Tom Cronise'a studio, the time will be extended to July 1st. WAXTED A long job on ranch, by- married man. House for family to live in. Address X5X, Journal. WAXTED Experienced girl for house work. References. Phone Main 1070. FOR SALE Choice old growth fir wood. O. C. Bolter, 2010 Trade street. Phone 1894. XOW 18 THE TIME to get dirt for filling. See R. R. Ryan. FOR SALE OR REXT Six-room cot tage. Call at 670 Union. Phone 1901, WAXTED White laborers for street work. Long job, steady work. Ap ply Academy and North Commercial E. W. Goiger Construction Co. FOR SALE OR REXT Small house, Paul V. Johnson, at O. W. Johnson Co. FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms near City Hall, 330 N. High at., phone 4. TWO NEW BUNGALOWS for sale on installment. Small payment down We havs many bargains. It will pay you to see Harry E. Kennedy before you buy. 210 Masonic building. IT WILL PAY YOU to see Harry E Kennedy before you buy real estate. 210 Masonic building. YOU WILL RECEIVE $25 FREE, if you get 2 for 25c from Fred in front of the Madison. FOR RENT Two well furnished rooms suitable for housekeeping. Inquire 332 N Church street. MARION CREAMERT & PRODUCE Co. Quotations for today Ranch butter 2023c Buttcrfat 30c Eggs ISc On Liberty and Ferry Sti. Phone 2433. 190 -Acre Orchard for Sale Of prunes and cherries, one mile from Dallas, Ore. Five years old and upwards. In tracts to suit, at $225 to $400 per acre. Also 216 acres of farm land at $80 to $125. Payments one-third down, balance In six yean. By the Fleming Realty Co, Phone 303, or S. P. Kimball, owner, phone Farmers 561, Salem, Oregon. A. J. Barham, Dallas Agent. MONEY TO LOAIS On farm and city property. John N 8oott, orer Chicago Store, Balem, Or egoa. Phone 1661. When you ask for Butter Ask for BUTTER CUP BRAND Capital City Creamery Phone 299. 383 Court Sl IN PRESCRIPTIONS We give the highest quality and charge the lowest prices. Schaefers Drug Store No. 133 Commercial Street Deutsche Apotheke. MMMMMMM GENUINE COMFORT 1 Experience real foot comfort, rest, relaxation, t genuine foot ease by wear-, ing Martha Washington Comfort Shoes. For sale by J. YOgt North Commercial Street. MM MMMM mmm To Purchasers For farms ofceity property see Dr. W. A. Cusick, owner, over Fry s "drug store. Iowa Machine Shop Punch and die work a specialty. Mod el work machinery developed nd per fected. Brass patterns. Experimental work.. Automobile repairs. D. B. BROWN, 252 Cheraeketa Street. Salem Box & Mfg. Co. Screen doors and windows , made to order. All sizes prompt service. 1 Phone 308 247 Miller St MMMMMM '. DB, ASSELN, DENTIST 1 : : Graduate N. W. U, Chicago. ; ; ; Salem Bank ft Trunt Building. Suits 205-206. Phone 2418 ; MM Cherry City Candy Factory Cherry City Ice Cream ' and I Fountain Syrups 268 Chemeketa Street. : Phone 2482 MM Karl Neugebauer ! t WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING. t Masonic Temple. State St. t NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY BL'KftllARDT MEREDITH twliwt Airewts $8t Htate !! MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE 314 U.S. Bank Building MONEY TO LOAN On Good Real Estate Secarlty. THOS. K. FORD Over Ladd ft Bush Bank. Salem, Or REAL ESTATE Money to Lout. JACOB CO. Phone 2424. 206-207 Hubbard Bldg MONEY TO LOAN ui root Real Estate secarlty. BECHTEL BTN05 147 State Street COAL AND WOOD Prompt delivery. Sole agents for the Famous Rock Springs CoaL CAPITAL FUEL CO. E. H. Jory, successor to J. J. CNeiL Phone 210. Yards opposite & P. pas sen gor depot WOOD AND COAL la any quantity. Prompt deliver? our specialty. Falls Citj Lomsei Company. J7 North CommaroU. Mreet Phone Main 811 J tPASESK LACXDBY AKD DM CLEANING W0EKS No machinery to tear and wear out delicate fabrics. Work called tor and delivered promptly. Ferry street Phone Main 2252 'yfeiSt .