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DAILY CAPITAL JO TONAL, SALEM, OEEOON. SATUBDAY, NOVEMBEB L 1913.
PA33 TVTX Women's Suits 20 to 33 l-3d per cent Less. Broken Lots Wom en's Woolen Under wear, 33 l-3d per cent less Women's $1. Umbrellas- - - - 86c w Big peciai uv omen s uress on Goods You need the Dress Goods now, and we want to be ready for the tariff reductions in the future; consequently we are of fering our beautiful dress goods at the following reduced prices $3.50 Dress Goods $3.15 $1.50 Dress Goods $1.34 $3.00 Dress Goods $2.80 $1.00 Dress Goods .88 $2.50 Dress Goods $2.24 75c Dress Goods $2.25 Dress Goods $2.04 $1.75 Dress Goods $1.58 65c Dsess Goods 50c Dress Goods 69c 59c 44c The Packard Play er Piano Pleasure, Recreation, Relief from Worry Why deny this to yourself and the members of your family, when a PACKARD can be secured by means of OUR EASY PAY MENT PLAN. Isn't it worth investigating Ask the man. R. F. PETERS 521 Court Street. We, the undersigned legal vote of the Seventh ward of the city of Salem, being appreciative 01 your conscientious service as a member of the city council hereby request you to become again a candidate for the office of alderman from the Seventh ward and we pledge you our nearty support. Dated this 28th day of Octobor, 11113. A. Daue, 0. B. Miles, John A Carson, W. H. Armstrong, M. B. Moore. Leo G. Page, Hubert L. Daue, G. H. Sellars, Henry Zeller, J. J. Ackerman, Fred West, T. M. Scott,'Aug. Nelgebauer, N. P. Rasmussen, Everett Rutherford C. McLaughlin, Geo. E, Sham, Laura Sel lars, E. V. Stubbs, Elmer A. Daue G. E. Datham, Wm. McLaughlin, Elizabeth McLaughlin, Frank Schreiber, P. J. Ras mussen, Geo. W. Armstrong. Emanuel Schindler, J. Schindler W. C. Johnson, Ar Artus, Alma Artus, H. Schleiisnar, Jacob Amsler, T. M. Bigler, E. T. Bar kus, E. W. James, Mary N. James, C. W. Elgin, Mrs. Clara Hansen, H. C. Mase, Lela Maee, W. F. Buchner, May N. Buchner, A. H. Kniskern. W. N. j Blodgott, A. J. Daniels, C. E. Sunee, L. i 0. Hunter, Jacob Vogt. E. R. Shank. ! W. P. Weiss, H. W. Timm, H. Fawk, , Mrs. H. Fawk, Elmer Fawk, W. J. Page, : W. E. Johnson, H. Apple, B. Apple, C. ! L. Canfield, S. C. Kightliuger, W. A. Barkus, Elizabeth Schreibner, J. B. ! Waettman, M. H. Viosko, Bertha Vies kn, O. L. Scott, D. C, Mary E. Bennett, J. D. Bohannon, V. E. Bono, W. D. Watson, Mrs. W. D. Wataon, G. N. Hobson, Lucille Hobson, J. 8. Page, Emma Huest, B. C. Johnson, Milo Rs mussen, Everett H. Arnold, Grace L. Daue, MrB. Paul Rasmussen, Paul Pa ponpee, E. Papenpes, B. Klendor, H. Klendiv E. F. Wright, J. Dancy, C. L. Ziechke, Mrs. Ida Daue, Kotta B. Stubbs, II. P. Minto, D. C. Mint, W. E. Graved, Jos. Martin, J. Stellmau, A. Bernhardt, John Baumgartner, E. M, Kightliuger, E. P. Hansen, G. 8ehultz, E. Schindler, II. O. Irvin, II. R. Page, Heary Schumaker L. P. Aldrich, The odore Zosel, F. C. Zosol, Albert Lewis, Frank Morrison, Katio Weiss, Josso Maey, T. J. Ackerman, Geo. M. Elgin, W. H. Grabenhomt, G. II. Grabeuhorst, ' Jas. Plant, Mav R. Irvin, H. C, Acker man, Will F. Skiff, Frank Moeker, A. E. Mooro, J. J. Huntor. W. II. Squier. G. H. Harris. H To Messrs. A. Daue and 133 Other Le gal voters or tho Ssoventh. Ward: Ladies and Gentlemen: . It gives me much pleasure to ac- some celery to The Capital Journal of- kn0io,1ge "Pt f 7"xr petition ro fice which will make Kalamazoo, Mich., Timt'" me Ber,vo BKa,n BS "Merman look to her laurels in sustaining the lr ?" 7ftr ,"d to thank yu most reputation of growing the bost celory heartlly for th" "'nd expression of your in the countrv. Mr. Straver has been l'Pro-tion of my efforts to serve you. making a specialty of raising celery at 1 acceIt yur courteous invitation to Aumsville, and has been very success- Womo candidate and promise you, if ful elected to put forth my best efforts in . your behalf. , J. D. WARING. JIM WILLSON t ! C,TY NEWS. HOPS i Dr. F. L. TJtter, dentist, suit 415- 1 -S18-417 Masonic building. 200 acres of the finest River Bottom Have your ey(" fitted at Dn Mendo1 land in the valley, 70 acres clear, 27 Sohn'l! U' S Bauk buildiuB- H fit in hoj), $3000 worth of buildings, on eyM oorrectly- - main wagon road; boat landing at the Thore no ""FIn in S1890"' Dn farm. If you are looking for ono of Mendelsohn, U. S. Bank building, has the best hop proposition in Oregon, no bargains, but you can rest assured don't faid to invetigate this. that vou receive full value for 'vour Phono 1187 B lor bargains, see , JIM WILLSON, , 4 , 141 North High 8t. "ay nerV8 specialist. MaBonic building. GROWS FINE CELEIiY. y t t 1 The Student Body of Willamette Uni versity Appeals Without a Dis senting Vote to the Citizens of Salem for the Protection Which Other Colleges Have Salem is the only city in Oregon which tolerate the sa loon side by side with a college or university. Practically overy state university is, by legislative enact ment, remote from any saloon. Approximately 75 per cent of all tho colleges of the Uni ted States arc in dry territory. The president of a college or university who favors tho presence of saloons in the vicinity of his institution is yet to be found. Willamotte University and the saloons of Salem are in direct and fundamental opposition, both in aim and in pro duct. ' Willamette University stands for the development of in telligent and conciontioui citizens. As such, Willamette stu dents can not take any other stand than to opposo an insti tution which never his aided and never can aid in real pro gress, but which Always has bcon and, as long m It Is toler ated, always will be, an undormining force in society. Willamotte students cannot and do not support an insti tution which every e'onomist of repute recognizes as an eco nomic parasite, and which every moral leader considers the most insidious foe to moral roform. Willainntto Univontity is worth 1,000,000. It students bring into Salem (100,000 aununlly. No ono thing will attract more families and students to KBlem and the univercity than the ousting of the saloons. The financial value of the university to fyilein will grow apace. No one thing is keeping more families and stu dents from Salem and the university than Salem's saloons, Salem and Willamette University are both the loners. Wednesday morniig of this week tho Student Body of Wil lamotto University voted unanimously to support the move ment for a dry Salem. Cannot Willamotto students reasona bly expect tho citizens of Salem to put out of business tho University's worst enomi, tho saloons of Salem f Nearly every other college town In the country has done this thing. Authorized and prepared by the Student Body of Willamette University. 1 IK UMAX CLARK, (JEliTRt'DK EAKIN, PAUL HOMAN, Committee of the Student Body. i Nothing could show more clearly the stand of Willamette students for a dry Salem than tho fact that the Salom Welfare League was not able to buy advertising space In the Wiljamotte Collegian, even when they offored tmi times tho regular rates for it. The principles of Wil lamotto University are not for sale. Can Haiem afford to do lews? I'aid Adv.) SOMETIMES IT RAINS In fact ther's a little dampness in the air these very days.. It makes you waft faster. Possibly it makes you want to stay indoors. Certainly it makes you think that a good RAINCOAT would be a migh ty fine thing on your back. Fortunately we are in a position to sell you one at a price ranging as low $4.65. How does that strike you, Mr. Man, $4.C5 for a good "Slip-On!" Raincoats, Bubber Coats, "Slip-Ons" of every de scription, including the famous Kenyon make and , the Goodyear Rubber Company's motor coats , i. : .......$4.65 to i6.85 '.Gabardines and Cravenettes, including an elegant black Thibet, silk linod throughout....$10.00 to $17.50 in n women Styles Women's Rubbers Meet Their 55 V CO -Y INDIA UMBRELLAS are strong er and prettier; for men and . .$1.16 to $5.85 Requirements Rubber Capes and Slickers all leugthsMfor men and boys. GROWING OR EVEN PICKING HOPS Puts any one beyond the pale of CHRISTIANITY The prohibitionists and W. C. T. U. have made the standard. Willamette Valley Produced $7,500,000 of this Staple This Season 1 L.W53-! PI TIN fif 1 l : . iif :l ; ' I The cartoon above appeared in the Portland Oregonian on September 16, last. Ar ti.t Reynold, caught the idea at to what iome of the greateit producing industries of this valley have to FEAR. PRODUCTION TO BE PARALYZED If prohibition prevails and the people live and do business hereabout with conscientious ness and according to law. DO YOU WANT TO AID THIS CONDITION? Published by fhe SALEM WELFARE LEAGUE, 3. T. Turner Secretary. (I'aid Adv.) wwi iitrtiiri,iwisMSiVflirihiifciit'"'-f)(y i