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DAILY CAPITAL JOtmNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, DECEMBEE 9, 1914. Annual Year-End Clearance Sale Continues The Ready-to-wear Section holds many surprises. Women's, Misses' and Children's gar ments very, much underpriced. See the special surprise offering in Suits, Coats, Dresses, two assortments, your choice 5 and $10 All White Good underpriced in the Annual Clear ance. All Silks at Annual Clearance Price. All Dreu Goods at Annual Clearance Prices. All linens at Annual Clearance Prices. All Domestics at Annual Clearance Prices. Purchase your needs of Ribbons, Laces, Embroider ies, too, during this event. j vHT Year-end Clearance continues on the . second floor. We mention a few of the reductions: All Cut Glass at reduction of 33 1-3 per cent. AH Brassware at a reduction of 33 1-3 per cent. All Baskets at a reduction of 33 1-3 per cent. ' All Fancy China at a reduction of 33 1-3 per cent. All Toys, a general clean-up at 20 per cent less. Special Low Prices on Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags. iiOOODlGOOD S TODAY TODAY Bon Ton Musical Comedy Co. In a complete change of play "The Mashers" One hour and fifteen minutes of solid laughter. With a splendid picture program. Chorus Girls' Contest Tonight Bligh Theatre Sign of the Best Shows Capita! City Dr. F. I Utter, dentist. Masouie bldg Dr. Mendelsohn Mi eyes correctly. U 8. Rank building, ProfpMor lTotike has gone to Oregon City on business. cV) Washington play Yellow Jackets, T. M. C. A. gym, Mouday night. Matrun Hopkitta of the Oregon train ing school (or girl, loft yesterday lor we institution artor attending cuort bur live lamuus 1 Monte preserves upeelid this week, S.V tho jar. two for XV. Hurry, thoy won't l,,t long. Sun- set rwcrv, let South Commercial. w EXFORD Last time tonight The Sweetest Girl In Dixie The play that has made thou sands laugh Special Saturday bill for day only one A roaring farce with a special cast. Added Attractions Brevities Chop suey and noodles. City rcstnu rsut, 420 Furry street, near Liberty. Now shipment of those choice kip pored salmon in tomorrow. Sunset gro cery, 121 Smth. Commercial street. Upon stipulation the damage ease of lues It. Millor against the Orogon 'rrgon cteririe m. was dismissed yes j terday tn the circuit court. , I Moshor employs most of th e ity'i ' tailors. Tbia ia the lull season. Tho tailor must. be keivt Im.v a fro pair of trousers goVs with everr tailored suit ordered from Mosher this wH.k. A dainty curtain-raiser "THE LITTLEST GIRL" With little- Margaret White. th popular saiem child actress. Special feature picture for Sat urday only "TRAPPED IN THE CASTLE OF MYSTERY" A startling three-part photo play. WANTED-A WIFE 0n Prformance. Starts m t .ju. vci your iicnei early. Same prices, 10 and 20 cents. tl Over Thirty-three Years of EL Successful Merchandising in Salem Dr. May, nerve specialst, Masonic bid II. 0. Mover has returned from New port, where he has been looking after business matters. English songs will form tho greater part of Mile, de Treville's conoert Jan uary It. Mr. J. Kloepplng. who resides at 1335 South Liberty street, is being vis ited by P. W. Klaus, of Famiiiigton. Minn. A pair of trousers free this week at I Mother's, with every suit of clothes. I Jut to keep the tailors busy during the I dull season. j Mr. and Mrs. Thorns Pollock left for i Astoria this afternoon where they wid j spend tho remainder of the week with their son Rudy. ;, j The big excursion train, bearing over 100 subjects of tho Canadian nation. passed hrough Salem yester dsjy en route to Southern California. Special course tickets, toi two eon- certs. Mile, do Treville an I I has. W. Clark, only $3. Single contorts regular price, $2.30 and $2.00. T. R lleffly has moved to s farm near Independence, where he intends to make his home. Mr. lleffly formerly resided on the Garden Road. Taking S his topie "The Methodist Brotherhood," Pr. W. S. Bovard deliv ered a lecture at the I-eslie M. E. church, in Sooth Salem, last night. Tho Snlc-m Woman's club will meet at the public library Saturday, January 10, at 2:30 o'clock. County Clerk Max tichlar will give an address on tho new charter. Miss Vera Martin has hen chosen a member of the stenographic force of the railroad commission. She succeeds Mis Edna Barstow, who ia now Mrs. t 1. Wdy. County Clerk Oehhar yesterday is sued marriage licenses to W. If. Peter son and Orace Vera Fugate, of Salem, and E. Lymes and Katherine Weid, of Jefferson, Mr. Orville Sthott and little daugh ter, Minnie, left this morning for Pen d'eton, whr they will spend a month en a ram-h owncl by Mrs. Sohott's father, Itenrr J. ?.-hott. The fine department yesterday after noon resnded to a fire alarm sent In from a house at S3.1.1 State sttvot. where a chimney was smoking pretty lively. No damaw'e was done. Rev. F, F- S.-ofield. of Myrtle Point. Coos county, is visiting at the aom- of his daeghter. Mr. V. F. Fargo, on North Churvh street. Mr. Svofiel.l ei--ts to invest in property her. The Salem high school entertained a visitor yesterday In the person of C. W. Boetticher, of Albany. Mr. IWttirher will acl as on of the judges) of the de bat which la to b aeld la W'eodbura this veain( be twee th Wocdbuni i?h achoe' aad th loeal high Khool BLIGH Week Starting Sunday Matinee JANUARY 11th A. B. BASCO And His Big Musical Comedy Company 1 C PEOPLE 1 C 1 0 and Lots of Girls 1 V Pretty Girls Pretty Costumes Funny Comedians Funny Comedies Sunday, Matinee and Night "A SEASIDE ROMANCE" Prices 15c and 25c. Matinee daily at 2 p. m. Any seat 10c and 15c Two shows nightly 7 and 9. Usual Picture Program. BLIGH THEATRE In the place of a restaurant which formerly occupied the site, a store room is being constructed by Mrs. Olive En right on Court street between Commer cial and Liberty. The building is to bo two stories and 22x70 feet. You'll never realize .how many dif ferent kinds of gloves are made and used, unless you take a look at the big stock of them carried by F. E. Shafer, the saddle and harness man, 1ST South Commercial. That look of supreme satisfaction is seen only on the face of tho man who smokes the famous Tashmoo 12jc ci gar, made right here in Salem by Sa lem men, for critical smokers everv- where. If it's anything that vou need in mu sical supplies, you'll always be sure to I t!J :t . n ti, r.- ! iuu ii. ai, mc m i, Alien . o s mu sic store, R. F. Peters, manager, 521 Court street, where everything is up-to-date. During the Btory hour at the public library this .week the stories will be based on the new child book that has been received by the library. The doors will oH;n Saturday morning at 9:2." and close at 9:40, so that the story hour may be uninterupted. "Resolved thut a single house legis lature should be adopted iu Oregon," will be the subject of debate at the Sa lem high school this evening, when the local team, composed of Miss Beatrice Walton and Llovd Holdiman, will meet tho debating team from Oregon City. Superintendent Churchill will preside at ,' tho contest. The will of the late Charles Kuney j was admitted to probate yesterday by j County Judge Bushey. The estnte left , by the deceased is valued at 2"00. and the heirs mentioned iu the will are as follows: Pora and Cora Kauev an 1 Mrs. Sophia Robertson. Pora Kr.uey was appointed administratrix of the es tate. - When the jury in the cae of the state aninst Kffie Cro-oweU announced its verdict to Judge I'leeton yes'er.lav afternoon. Attorney Blue, representing, 'Mrs. Cresswell, moved for x stay of, I judgment. The coort sitainnl the j motion and gave the defendant until! this evening in which to prepare a brief j ion tho matter. LECTURE AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH The ladies of Salem are invited to at tend a health lecture given by Miss Mosher at the Christian church, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. - . . . . Jl "Look for the Flying Eagle" Y Liberty TODAY and SATURDAY The cv'tnsive licensed feature bt Selig In three parts. In the Midst of the Jungle A wonderful adventure in the junglo, with animals of every kind iu thc:r na-1 tiv haunts. An extraordinary produc tion in everv wav. I Sunday and Monday MISS MARION LEONARD in "Journey's Ending" A beautiful three frt p!v is picture INTERESTED? Of They Are ! ' flip Fftki F1TF0RM WvmK, rwMaL7iii3S The House of Quality Dick Madison, for several years a local liquor dealer, is moving his stock of goods to The Dalles where he will go into business within a short time. Mr. Madison formerly conducted the saloon at the counter of State and Commercial Streets and has been a leading member of the Oregon Retail Liquor Dealers' Association for some time. The jury iu the case of E. T. Root against J. M. Poorman returned a ver dict in favor of the plaintiff for $200 this morning. Root was suing for $343, alleged to have been due on a contract to perform labor for the defendant. Give Your Eyes the Attention They Deserve If you only knew the value of GOOD VISION, you would not take chances, but would have your eyes examined NOW It costs you nothing, and gives you the satisfaction of know ing that you are giving your eyes the careful attention they deserve. No time like the presentno place like ours. AfSS A AlcCulloch ; upiomcirisi 291 Commercial Street Phone 925. , Hours 9 to 5. Ground Floor Household Worry Is 99 Per Cent Wash Day Good Riddance by the Laundry Remedy. Linen, blankets, curtains ap parelall come back hcautiful when we do your work. Salem Steam Laundry 136 South Liberty Street Phone 25 Dry Cleaning. Ask the Driver A good share of Salem's men are talking about our great closing out sale of Men's Suits and Overcoats, and no won der. The entire stock is opened to the buying public for unre served selection at prices which mean many dollars to each and every buyer. It's the largest and most varied assortment of Men's garments in Salem Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Ed heimer Stein and Colth Craft Clothes. We ask you to see for yourself. Every suit and overcoat must be sold as soon as possible, as we are going out of the men's clothing business. You need wait no longer for here is the opportunity you have been waiting for. All we ask is a comparison of quality and prices. The name Meyers stanls for quality, so you run no chances when you buy here". Spend that suit money now and get an early choice. Here are some of the closing out prices' One Men's $15.00 Suits Men's $18.00 Suits Men's $20.00 Suits Men's $22.50 Suits Men's $25.00 Suits One Lot Men's $15.00 Suits :....$10.00 ' Men's $18.00 Suits $12.00 Men's $20.00 Suits $13.35 , Men's $25.00 Suits $16.65 . Men's $27.50 Suits $18.35 Special Prices on Boys' Clothing and Furnishings; Men's Furnishings at Special Price, Too. For sale, good draft .team, weight about 1600 each, with or without har ness. Capital Lumber Co., 349 South Twelfth street. Special course tickets, for two con certs, Mllo. de Trevillo and Chas. W. Clark, only $3. Single concerts regular price, $2.50 and $2.00. Washington State College, Northwest champions 1913, against Salem Yellow Jackets, Y. M. C. A. gym, Monday night. Admission 30 cents. NF.W TODAY. TWO CENTS a word for eacA Insertion. 4 FOR RENT Small, modern bungalow, North Cottage street. Fhono Carey F. Martin. FOR SALE Hop yard. C. 0. Rice, with L. S. Barnes - Co., 313-310 Ma sonic Temple. norsE FOR street. RENT 164(5 Mission W. Q. MOREHOUSE, D. V. M. Coun ty veterinarian. Trompt attention, day or night. Offices Jack Darr'i feed barn, 544 Ferry street. Phone 2199. FOR SALE 120 acres, suitable for dairy and stock farm; green grass and running water all year; some fine timber; fnir buildings; near Newport. Price $."000. Gennau Investment Co., Steeves building. WANTED A girl for cooking and housewerk; two in family, 1320 Court street. BE St'RE and attend J. A. Cooper's big auction sale of hogs, which takes place Thursday, January 22, at his farm, one mib west of Kaiser school house. MONEY TO LOAN I have a client who will make short loans en house hold goods and other personal prop erty. Also one who desires to pur chase mortgage securities and loan upon real estate mortgages. John 11. S(-ott, over Chicago Store. FOR SALE Fiano in good condition; will take ;0 if sold at once. Call at (V3 North Front. FOR SALE New P room modern house, lose in. C. O. Rice, with L. S.. Barnes ft Co., 313 3lrt Masonic Uhlg. "WANTKD tvwing or other work, by day. Fhene 1!;9. MONEY TO LOAN Oa farm and city nropertr. John n Scott, over Chicago Store. Salera, Ore- fcn. rhon 1353. Course, Lot $ 7.50 $ 9 00 $10.00 $11-25 $12.50 GOOPlGOQDS NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY BTJRGHARDT S MEREDITH Resident Agents. 38S State Street MOIVEY TO LOAN On Good Real Estate Security. ' THOS. K. FORD Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon WOOD AND COAL in any quantity... Prompt delivery onr specialty. Falls City Lumber Company. 273 North Commercial street. Phone Main 812. X : Just tell your doctor you want j to tnlre your prescriptions to Schaefer's drug store, and he will know it is put up right. JAPANESE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING WORKS. No machinery to tear and wear out delicate fabrics Work called for and delivered promptly. 445 Ferry Street. Phone Main 2258. $100 to $1 That you can't beat our bargains. 12 acres in Tolk county, two miles west, well improved, $4000; 14 acres on car line, ideal suburban home, $10,000; 5 acres, all in clover, small house, close in, $1230, terms; 30 acres. 10 acres in j crop, balance timber, 4-room house, good barn, 7 miles out, $3300; 220 acres iu Polk county, well improved, $22, 000; I to 5 acres on Installments; seT eraj new homes in Salem on install ments; 500 acres, well Improved, $90 per acre; several 5 and 10 acre tracts, well Improved. We have a cigar stand, pool hall, rooming house, hotel, restaurant, gro cery store, candy store ruid other busi ness chances; hop ranches; 10 acres clover, close in, $2300. Several prune ranches and berry tracts at the right price; 10 acres Rearing Italian prunes, $2200. We Rent Houses and Furnished Rooms. We sell Insurance of all kinds Expert public stenographer in at tendance. Acme Investment Co. A. B. Cook, Manager Phone: Office. Main 477. Opposite Court House. 540 State St Employment Bureau in Connection.