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Saturday
Only
This is to be
5c Remnant Day
or 5 Cents a Yard
where the pieces are
more than one yard
in length. Those who
are acquainted with our
remnant sales will be on
hand early to take ad
vantage. The remnants
include
SILKS
VELVETS
GINGHAMS
LINENS, Etc.
Sale Commences
at 9 a. m.
Toweling
EXTRA GOOD QUAL
ITY, AT THE EXTRA
SPECIAL PRICE OF.,
THZAIEItf CATITAL JOTONOUBArEM, QREOQW, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1911
Corsets
UP TO $2 IN VALUE'
NOW
$1.00
This is a Corset Special
given by our regular
corset house. These are
all new models and
have just been received
by us. Exactly accord
ing to the latest de
mands. . '
$2.00 CORSETS
NOW
$1.00
Extra
Special
MEN'S WORK
SWEATERS
49c each
$1.25 DRESS SHIRTS
98c
See our Commercial St.
window
MEN'S ELASTIC RIB
BED UN-DERWEAR
Oc values
39c
' The manager of our men's
clothing shop says these are
extra good garments. Prove this.
MBA CRUISER ' : 1
German Submarines Did It
Unly 52 Out of 554 Oa
Board Were Saved
Bf J 1 III ' 1
J w w A1 w
RACE IS CLOSE BUI
POSITIONS THE Si
IE
didates follow:
I Huth Fngato
' I'earl Zinn
.lean Mcluturff
Mrs. Grace Koff llibbler
Mildred Atherton
iifl.rilU
HH.9UM
...61,551
511,740
Interest Is Unabated and
Few Votes Can Change
Standing of Contestants
London, Oct. 16. Torpedoed by a
ucrnan submarine, the British cruiser
Ha,wke was sunk in the North Sea
Thursday afternoon, the admirality an
nounced today.
Of the vessel's crew, which ordinarily
numbered 544 men, it was stated that
three officers and 49 men were saved.
The HjLU'ko nrflo e....i.il .. .
i . . . "v. aiuiusiuin ana
almost entirely torn to pieces.
The exact scene of the disaster was
not made mihlic.
The first news of the Hawkc's de-
"UL reacoed London in a dispatch
to a local nmuu ..juini:.. r,' -.
uaovMiiuuii, wiierieu
concerning it, the admiralty said the
iAnni.t n . . JL. .
m iiuioiiiirmeu. two hours
later however, it was admitted that of
ficial confirmation of the loss had been
received.
The PrUlRAr hn.1 tinon .
- .... luring SC01U
duty recently off Heligoland.
nn un armoreu craft .HHO feet
long, or ti feet beam and "300 tons
displacement. It was built at Chatham
ami went into commission in 1N91. Its
armament consisted of two 0.2 Inch
guns, ten 6 inch guns and twelve 6
pounders. It was equipped also with
two submerged torpedo tubes.
The Hawke. wjll be remembered as
having rammed the steamship Olympic
in the English channel in IHI1, during
- uurrowiy missing sinking the
liner. "
No High Officers Saved.
Aberdeen, .Scotland, Oct. 17. Among
those saved from the British cruiser
Hawke, sunk Thursday by a Herman
submarine, who were landed here tn-
uay, it was understood none of the
''r"",,r' "'Khcr officers were included.
The naval authorities wero very re
ticent but it was reported that maiiv of
the rescued were in a serious condition
from wounds they received when the
Hnwke was blown up or from ex
posure which they underwent later
C'antain Tlmrh w;n;.. .
, " .i.ininn lYHn RUIO 0
; he among the missing, and it was taken
Tronhlw i ....?!....... no, ng chief gunner, his assistant 'and the b. , , "
LOCAL WHOLESALE MABKETS.
Hsvy. timotiv
Ckvr, per tin
Oati and vetch
heat
Wheat, per bushel
Bran, ter ton
. 12.00
S.00
.... 8.501
.. 8.00 1
Oats, per bushel
niniin nark, per lb.
roiaioes, per ewt.
...$29.50
ouiteriai, per id.
35e to 37c
... 45c
1.50;
.34c1
35c!
35c
ieamerv butter, ner lii. '
t'Klis ...Z"""Z
PftHlfVW
Hens, per lb ji,.
Koostere, per lb. .. 8C
Fryers ......'.7"lle
Bteen,
..2 for 26c
-3 for 25c
OBANGE8
Large
Small
,40c
.26c
APPLES
Northern Spy
Mixed
Greanlngi
Jtananaj
. Sweet Potatoes..
85c
85c
5fi
20c
.9 llav, 2fic .
SPECIAL TOR SATTJKDAT
ONLY
TRESH RANCH EGGS
Per dozen 3
WESTACOTT-THIELSEN COMPANY
(INCOEPOKATED)
SucceasorB to ThieUwn Cash Grocery t A. Wertwott fc Co.
: : TELEPHONE 830
151 NOETH HIGH STREET : ;
Steera
Cows, tier ewt.
' ' - - iU
uoge, fat, per lb 70
Stock hogs, per lb " (Jc
Ewes, per lb. jy e
Spring lambs, per lb 6C
Veal, first class jic
ten.
Dry, per lb gc
salted country pelts, ch 65cl
Umb pehs, each ........ 25c
SAN HIANCISCO MARKETS.
I IIMIIH IIIIIHIIIIIIIHMIIIWIIIIIIIIUll PI
60 ' " " W
i I -
-Kggs Ex
t iilil'orniu
San Krancisco, Oct. Id.
tns, 4Sc: huillcts. H:ti..,.i
storage extras. 0c.
liilttcr Extras, 31 ; prime firsts,
'"c: lirsts. "H,- aiv.m.ia 01.
heese California fiincy l ie; firsts,
12c; seconds, 10c.
Wh.'at-8pot California club and
HussiHii Red m.il.Vn .(I71,(,; Koi'tv Fold
1.7flfnl.72'.i Turkey Hcd. il.SSft)
1.90; Hlucstcm, l.90f(i 1.95 per ell
Barley-Keed, l.05frf 1. 10; some of
the choice higher; shiping and brewing,
1 . 1 .1(11. 1 .M.
SEATTLE MARKETS.
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES
to the
Manufacturers and
Land Products Show
to be held In
Weak Lungs Often
Lead to Serious Illness
Margaret White !!Z".!!!!!s!h!oi'
Hcrvl Necdliam 24,485
Kanaka Hwart 12IW7
Vil-t I'ory 7 W Trouble. " 1 . " J
Hcattle, Wash., 0,.t, i:K(,s
rreu.'h ranch, 4K(..-J,.; Orieulals, lc
Ullttcr IHi'lil I'lih.. '1J... (...:..!.-
lil.jc; Oregon cubes. ;ILY Il.'lc.
Cheese l.iuiliniL'i.i- in,.. oi..
I!V; Pwiss (dumestic), L'Jc; Wasliiuu
ton, I7".(.(u)!c.
()uii)ns-(lrecn, 2!("a'2.V .icr dozen;
eastern Washington, Jta lV per pound;
uhloiniu, I ( I ic.
l'otntocs Winter, t24(i 2ii per tun.
PORTLAND MARKETS.
11. ! - I ... . ; 7 ' . B '""""""IB
3,7,3. Awrauve is a 1 licine for the throat i the tin.. . k ,," " ""
Celia Wilson
Marguerite Ostrander
Beth Ryan
Lunnna Brown
Myrtle llordlnin
And still there was no chain- I., tli-; ?UBti9. 1)B .v'8--
relative position, of the leaders in the i yieve KrLr
Capita! Journals exposition contest' Grace Craiir
when tho votes wero counted today, i Hnrcl Johnson
Kuth Fugate was leading with I'eurl
Zinn, Jean Mclntnrff. nn.l M nilihln.
following closely in the order nnnied.l Marie Schwab
cox oral other candidates, however, ai e mrn GeorRe
securing very steady nnd consistent! "nzel Coolcy
Boatrico Oawford 10(15
Mnble Brnssficld 1047
1 r.im climiltji mi. I nl.... . ..... 1 . ..K. .
r: ,- - ""'-i u.iMiiieiits railed to
1,45 ,M,,,K ranei. Head of this case:
lSflOl -" S. Atlantic Ave., Iladdiinfield X ,T
1315! "Gentlemen: In the fall of 1905 1
Kino! contracted a very sovere cold which set
0IO tl"! on my lungs. At Inst 1 began to
J0N0I raise sputum, and my phvsieiau then
1075 -""i '" go to California inimcdi
jiti'lv if 4l.;u 1 . . .
... .... . ,,,t. , was auviacd to
im r.cKinan s Alterative. 1 stuvel at
Mil.lri.il CnniiAi
Maude McLaughlin
Burnicg Hauler
Vivian nargrove ...
Oraco Tnylor
Mngdalcna Tuffli .
aiary unyer
Alma
Vera Martin
Lotta Perm
Silvia Miller
Hall II.".".. 750 ' (A'V
dnrtin 7r.n V.-)
.iij oiiii i-uiiTiinirni,
support which gives proinisa that they
"... U..D 1,0 oe recaoned with before
the final outcome is decided. Another
feature of the contest ii the fact that
many coupons issued in exchongo for
trade checks are being held back, indi
cating that later on a veritable,
valanche of votes may be expected.
me inp 10 tne great exposition with
Its wealth of world wide wonders, will
be the event of a lifetime for tho
fortunate winner, and the Capitnl
Journal guarantees that no expense will
be spared in making it a pleasant one.
First dnss railroad fare, the best of
hotel cnnmmn.liitit'ia b.i.i f..:tii:..
. , ...... .0, a... iut.uiiii-i .in . exciiangcil
seeing the crent fair at ) K..t will l.n ...I
provided free of all chargo by this Rtm,i,,nn..
Th. 7.1.. 1 . j 1. . . Salem hleetrie Co.
irivin.fhn tA H1 ed b? Pn.,er fr fi8,cm W" tor
C?' tr, P d."0t "S,in 1,con'. Imporlnl Furniture Company
Hto iillMjH,r. The only thing Salem Laundry (0. ' '
necessary to secure votes being to pa- Witoy M. Allen Co.
. I. u " " mo"t I'0P"'nf The Globe Theatre
iuii , . - "'. 1 siuyei at
mm home am fnm.iioii.ii.i . i .1.. .
luiui . . - 'i .ihk 11 me last
1000 , . .'" "'". 1 iiegan to improve,
1000 th t,nt W,M 'a January, vfiro '
O00lr,'".","l,(l y wK' 'ar nee ipntio'n, having
lOOo! """ 2;' .!"'"' K l'.illy ic.tored to
1000 ! Il,'"l,1' It ' now s vn years ,in,-v. my
1000 1 r,:r",pry lias oeen effe-le.l, and 1 run.
looo : ". , e r-,,K'ii, Aliovative loo
nrai
liiglilv. '
(Siunedl W l titcm
I (Above ablirevinlivli. n,.
750, " ......
7511 . " """ 1 has been proven
,,n by many years' test to be most effic.
nin.lv. r... ,n ''' 'or severe Throat and l.uno- At.
Mario Evans i;::::;:"""::i:""ir im 17t' ,?ro"ohitis m Athn,a,
T.. ,.,-..... . .,. h,,"lH"n. oUI". '"' i" "id'Hilding the
y. ... '"' sysiem. i ontaiim no narcotics, poisons
whose sales checks or receipts may be or habit-forming drugs. Ask for hook
exchanged for votes nt the Capital Jour- let telling of recoveries Vnd write te
r.citinnn Lnnni-utni-v as. u.i..i..i.i.
., .r,llal ,.-,,,, ,
for evidence. Accent nn .,A,;,..i.
IVtluml. Or.. Oct. lit Wl..,..(.i
mv; Hlucstcm, if 1.05; Walla Walla
Onts-No. 1 white f01,d, 2.",,75; ,. v.
if2.").5(l,
Harley-llrewlng, 22.511; feed, if2l.50.
Hogs Host live, if7.."i0.
I'nme steers, 7.( 7.25; f, v ,.,v
111; nest, calves, H,
Hpring liiinbs, $5(fi (I,
Huttor City creninery, 5l(S,:i,'ic !
Hons, lliilli!'i broilers, li.fc;
geese, I tie.
DRUNKENNESS
ccordance with the admiralty's ,'ui'a,,' disease, which requires 1
that warshirw attaeliJ h .f.i..Ltreatinent, The OlflflXK ir.,ui.....i
ninriiies are to consider their own ' UI",J witl' l'ulute ennridnnr.
safety first, the Theseus and Gibraltar 11 ''""'"'.V" " dosiio for whlskcv, beer,
made no imiiKuliuto attempt to help thei"r 01 her intoxicants. Can be given In !
llswke's crew, hut steamed awnv and""' '"" 'N sanitarium expense. No
remained at a distance until convinced nf '"'" 'mm work, an be given
tnev were In no further danger. I H'cretly. If after a trial vnu fail to
Then the Theseus steered up to tho ""'it from Its' ue your1
lost vessel's wreckage and rescued those! "I,"l,,.v 'H b' refunded.
r"'i ""r.rr, xiihi ai nni., irrsimfnr, a nowi cr: i
majority had sunk. Nearlv all , OHRINK NO. 2. t I . .. TJ...
""I'P"1 iW,'"l ihri- Mf"" t who dMlir to uk, voluntary treat,
. 1 Z V , ' "Hturtroa, and' " only fl.oo ,nI. comc
lllV'Mm00'n. thl"n ht ",i Ulk ov"' "- "ttfr with us 1
thrown overboard tnr i. .ir n.. 4.1. f... i. :
men to cling to. l J. C. PER&y' linn 1.,.. 1
' HUI(I 01,
PORTLAND, OCT. 26 to NOV. 14
Round Trip Fare From
Salem $2.00
Corresponding low fares fmm 11 other points, main line
SALE DATES
From Kugcne and all points smith, including C. & E
'ii' "H,,K V:,Wi' '' "' N- P, October 27,'
:, ' ' V . '' ', '1- nc'urq limit two
J" '""" '". in Blue.
rd'Jrr.; t ,n,in M iinii,s- u- u
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
J.din ,f Scott, Gcneial Piisscugcr Agent, VuitluiMl, Oregon.
- - ; -no di i n i(uni ns r
itivcd. and ihn criin..i-a k.. i.
ing its reappearance. Whether or not
it was also sighted from the Uawke
was not known, but it was evident that
it was close up, for the second torpedo
it discharged did Us work well, com
slctely shuttering the cruiser.
A previous torpedo was said to have
been directed against the Theseus but
10 nave misseii its target
ii arconiance with
order
COMPLAINS Or MANILA.
tores. The nilv..ri;.n.,.,.i .!,.,.,
firms is run in each Friday's Capital
Journal. These firms have agreed to
give sal's check or receipt to every
purchaser for ensb or for monthly bills
I'i(l nntil January , 1H15, The sales
checks or receipts from these firms may ,
be exchanged for votes nt this office1
one vote for every 5 conts of your pur
chase. 1
The names and standing of the can
The Hovnl llalicry (bread wrappers)
A. (,'. Ocvoo Klines
Tho Hpa
11 miner itros.
Trover i Welgel, Photographers
Yokohama Crockery ft Tea Co.
Vick Hros. Gnrsgo
Salem Fish and I'oultrv Market
Independent Meat Market
C. M. Huberts Grocery
I'oisal and rdiaw Grocery
small size IM: rem l- J.. .)7U. i. 1 1 . Washington, Oct. Ifl. - Nir Cecil
I sale by all lending druggist, "I'ri.ig liice the Hrltlst. siubsssndor
i "K ' here, eomiilnindd tn k ..... j .
! ment today that ships of neutral t.
I tions were using the iinrt of Mnniln o.
base lor supplying (jermsn cruisers
with cool and provisions. The depart
ment promised an immediate Invest ics-'
Hon. h
If a rim n has no friends
deserve them.
he docsn 'I '
PENNANT BREAD
"It's Different"
To make bread cleaner than Pennant brand Bread
would be absolutely impossible. If Pennant Bread
were made right in your kitchen, under your own
eyes, it could not be made cleaner, its ingredients
could not be purer and the care taken could not be
greater. Absolute cleanliness is a habit in our bak
ery. Pennant Bread is daintily wrapped in waxed
paper and dispatched to your grocer. Its clean,
wholesome goodness cannot possibly become con
taminated from our bakery to your table. If your
grocer can't supply you, call 2486; we'll deliver.
Yours for quality,
SALEM BAKERY
WHEN YOU BUY
CLOTHES
aim to get something more than a mere covering.
Get Some Style to Them
You will not find this a difficult matter here. Our
store is one of the' main stations of
The L System
CLOTHES FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN
They are different from any other clothes you ever
wore. They are in a class by themselves and will
Place you among the "top notchers." The fabrics
are "all wool" and the patterns, while striking in
design, are genteel in appearance. And best of all,
the wear is in them.
G. W. Johnson & Co.
141 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
FARM AUCTION SALE
AROUSED INTEREST
There was an auction sale of liirm
'"i'l cuts, stock, grain, etc., at. the
l.i.kcl place, about three miles north
"i .in- iiinKrouiuis on the Nilveiton
k.u.I yesterday. About 1110 persons at
tended and the bidding spirited,
cxrcllcut piii'cs being leeched for al
most evcr.vlhing put up for sale by Ihr
auctioneer, W. V. Wright, of Turner,
Wheat, iinclciiiicd, sidd fur 1.10 a bush
el, nn.i onts for 4.T ami 50 cents. An
ordinary work team, with harness and
wagon, brought (..ISTi, Cows, pigs, n,
almost everything else put up for sale
lire reported ( have brought guoil
prices.
GERMAN FLEET MAY
(Continued from I'aga One.)
uf the Hritish fleet, One heavy weight
prizefighter attacked by two others,
when all are in first clnss condition, hn
! fur less than one chain's in three, of
winning.
j At the same time the iwmibilitv nf
si ess does exist.
This possibility undoubtedly will be
Increased In ImagliiHl ion among German
sailors by the f.ists of their submarines.
1 If the Teutonic warships do emerge
from their hsibors of safety to attempt
the destruction of the British navy per
haps the most lniM)rtnnl factor In de-
elding the result will be the psychology
, cnl effect of these submarine raids,
The five Hritish warships which the
subuisrinns have sunk were rrulseis of
uo fiist line strength. The llermsn
naval strategists' chief aim Is to work
destruction smong the Hritish first line
units, And huw effective the sub
marines will prov is an open fight
only time can tell. Besides th Hritish
sniimsriiMs sre miira more numinous
than the German. Thus liuprri'edeiited
exploits mar result.
I The women who wants her own y
enn't understand why her husband
doesn 't,
Corns Comes Off as
Easy as You Please
''Wit" Being Used by Millions!.
It Is the first time that a real, sure
as fstu corn eur hss ever been diteor
ered. "GKTHIT" is the new corn-
tit ft
I
C. M. Kpplev Grocery.
Th llighlsnd Grocery
Keddawav's ssh Grocery
.1. I.. Hoslck ft Hon Grncrv
Hr. Murk Khiff Gonial (rffic
.1. K. Ilockctf, I'iano Tuner
Nulem Ice Co,
rm jtn
flulrb.U4 Wfc. thn W..M-. V
I' . I- 'V-.t it ir n
ender, tisscd on nn entirely new princi
ple, It Is a new, different formula.
never successfully imitated, It mnkes
corns shrivel and then vsnlsh. Two
amps no me work. You don't bundle
up your toe any more with sticky taps
nd piasters thnl press itnwn tin the
poor corn no mors flcshenting salves
that don't "stsy put," no mors hsck
iug at corns with knives or rssors, no
mors bleeding or danger of blond poi
son. No more limping around for days
nlth sure corns, no mora corn pnins
"tICTHIT" Is bow the biggest s'..)).
Ing corn enr In th world, li.e It on
ny hard or soft corn, callus or bunion
Tonight 's the night,
"UKTM IT" is sold l, druggist,
everywhere, 215 cents a buttle, or sent
diioct by K. Lawrence, Co., Chicago,
am going to rttire from the Millinery butinett. In order
to diipoi of my Block at quickly a$ pouible, I have re.
duced the price of every hat in the store. Every one
must be told within a thort time without regard to corn.
The ttock includei the latest and most popular thapts
and trimming that have made The Hat Shop the leader
in fashionable millinery. Every lady in Salem should
attend this sale.
387 Court St. Mrs. (Lange) Johnson
THE HA T SHOP;

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