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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1915)
TTTE MOItXiyO OREGOXIAy. FRIDAY, AUGUSTSO. 19I5-.
OFFICE RAGE IS OH
15 Candidates in Spokane Are
Out for City Commisioner.
THREE ARE TO BE ELECTED
Forma! riling to Open September
S3. Wlwn) Several New Nm
At Eiprctrd Withdrawals
Rules During This . . s"-- I
SPOKANE. Wash- Au. 1. (Spe
cial.) la spit of a r.mewhat general
Impression to the contrary, a fairly
complete tui of tulMiM for City
Commiatoar at the comma- elty elec
tioa does not bulk lanra at la prtwnl
time. Kor the three places to be filled
there ara Boar 11 men who ara practi
cally certain to file whan tha City
Clark's Itat on on September 31.
tteaiiies tha three Incumbents Mayor
C M. I'aasett and Commiuionen e- A.
Kraft and Samuel Ulajrow tha otnera
ho have announced themeelvea. or
ho wltt do o In tha near future, ara
Oeorce W. t.lell. realty oarner: State
t-.na.tor Fran A. Chase. County fcn
ameer J. W. ttaca. former Mayor C. II.
Moore, Mopertntendent IL W. Collins, of
tha street department; D. C. Coates.
farmer City t'oim;ui'r: Leonard V.
'unk. former Councilman, and third
man at tha laat election; J. C. AraalL
firmer City purchasiaaT Aent; Oeor
W. torn mere, who headed tha prohibi
tion committee durtnaT tha city cem
paica for tha atate-wida law laat Kali:
T. It. Camble. previously candidate for
Commissioner and County Auditor; Carl
It Kvans. former member of tha City
Civil ner irlca Commission, and M.
t!he, pioneer cabman.
The Hat iirta includes all of thoae
wba nave directly conceded a decision
to enter and who rave greater or leaaer
eampaisne under way. Thera may ba
noma withdrawal from tna Hat. but
fiat la not likely, and thera will ba
TWO CONSOLS ACCUSED
23 experienced shoe salesmen.
Apply store, Fourth and Alder, Today, 9:30 A. M.
nnni"" Jmbsl 330 1 'swh factory h 1
I.I m T M I r 1111 I I saa. . tmT' T I M ."-..- I I aaa nyp u I I ei".ii ' I I .11 IV laaa ' a j a. I ill a ai i- -, Leaswsas mm
I WANTED lairsr16: iOc
r- ' r
Men's Rubber -Heels,
all sizes, per pair. . .
em aid nmrro ii to
II R IOtTl:D ClTltL-TV.
ylaeal alay Bieoaaakla a ad to
Reerall H far Maae.
SAN rRAXC!S-rx Auc. 1 Alleia
tlona that tha Imperial German Con
aulate and A. Caraacia lioa. Hrttuh
Cooaul at ao Kranclaco. lurolabed a
aaarter of a million) dollar, directly
and Indirectly, to mea now under In
ejietaaeat for vlolatlona of tha neutral
ity ef tha I'nlt-d !! ara made la
Indirtmenta made public lody by Joha
V I'reatoa. L'nlled Ktalea Luatrlct At
torney. it la altered la tha Indictments,
which were returned July . that tha
tiermaa Consulate placed l.-ti.ie to
the credit of Joaepb L. Bley and II.
Kautmaa, who cuneeyed tha aarce
amount to C. I. Hunker at Cp, of san
I'ranrlKO. In September. Ill. C U.
Hunker and the Ilrm or C t. Bunker
4, Co. were Indicted la connection with
tha alieced d'lliery of auppltea by
tna steamer Ktrramento to German
w.rehlpe o:f Valrrlo. Chile, lata In
lilt. It la alled alao that la North
ern Southern Meamehlp Company,
ef wbl-b aome of the Indicted men
were filcera. bouzht tha eteamer Jiac
ramento. formerly tha Alexandria, pay
Ina HJj.KK for her to tha Jlambur
A. Carnexio Koaa. Frilled Consul
bare la altered In Indictments re
turned acainat I'.alph K. Blair and
others, charainc them with recrulline
anen for foreian aerelee. to bare paid
li:i.i to Hiair. Hlair la allrced to
kaa paid oat principally for
tranaportation. to Thomas Cook at tSoa
and tha southern faotie Company.
BULGARIA IS COMMENDED
Altlan Ullor t'ourwle Krlara of
Macrtlonla and Warn Crew.
XtlJN. via Pari. Au(. 1. Com-
ananttna; on tha Halkaa situation tba
fcacolo a :
-Tha only war to prevent tha threat
aaed Aaatro-tlerman Invasion throucb
berMa and Flulcarta. with the consent
of tbo latter, who thus would be en
abled to conquer by forco tha terrt-
tortea aha claims, la to return Aiace-
stoma to tha Huljtartan.
Bulcaria has behaved wall In not
aun-mentlna: her pretenaion. although
ana hold In her hand the key to the
lordaaellea. lines ehould ba aatla
(lad. inasmuch aa Kuleari clalma less
thai was (ranted to her after tha first
Halkaa war. but If Greece still restate,
tho quadruple entente cannot protect
bar la this aaainat her wilt They
Bust abandon her to Iiulcartan attack.
ITALY MENACES TURKEY
kmr !wiUroa) Krady to Strike If
.abjrt Are Xot ltrlra-etl.
TARXTV Italy. AW. 1. via Tart.
AuS. i A atrona" squadron of fast
eruiaer Is betn held In rradiaesa to
steara from here at a moment's notice.
It la evpecte.l that Ine warahlpa will
be s-nl aavin.t T-irhev If that country
de.1 n- to ..:'..! Ita.jr s dmands for
tne rrleaae of Ita.ian subjects held In
the tttomaej empire
H ft 1 l 'l.-!. i . . ti m. m
)la army corps concentrated at Apulia
hae been erJ-r,t to ba prepared to i
nt far an unknown dsstlnat.on.
WEDDING LICENSE REFUSED j
Mea at tinker Wltboal Cuttsrot of
rarrnt of t.lrl. 15.
PKi:K. ir. An. l 4?peclaL
rfr.rta of James K. Ilarrla to marry
IK.na Neaaon. leae than half his ase. I
without Ilia rurwnl of the Ktrls
parents, were fruitless today. Harris
t It years o.d sn-i the lrl la li. Mar-
rta apearea b-f ore the County C'-rk
wito'it trie :rl vr her rrenta who
live at Mintir.stoR and tr.ed to Induce
V- i'orrtba t la-ie trie license, but this
waa refused In trie absence of the writ
tan csuanl of trie parents.
! fonvkte to Pall Ilai.
AUE'. Auat. t (Special.)
Abaut l4 renvtet vi:l be eer.t to
llaston. WaWiniloa Coun'y. tomorrow
to PH I acrea ef f.a. The men wt.l
bo seat on a srertal trim, and it will
reguiro abo'it four daje to complete
tB work. It la planned for thorn to
camp at nlaht la trie fla field. A
barbed w Ira fence will be built around
tsa field in prevent any of tha man
aecneineT. Tho f'.av crop cf this coun
ty ha been pulled, and mora than Z'-
ions of flax ara stored at tha pent
teatiary. . .
The Most Colossal Sale the West Ever Knew!
Corner Fourth and Alder Streets
The greatest sacrifice in the history of a decade. Never before have the people of Portland seen such a sale as
this. It is the slaughtering of over 25,000 pairs of standard makes of shoes. An Absolute Sale of every pair
of shoes in this big store at the lowest prices ever known. Look over these prices. Have you ever seen or have
you ever heard of any sale that compares with this?
Out Go the Shoes at One-Third to One-Half Regular Prices!
And Hundreds of Pairs at Less Than the Cost of the Raw Leather All on Tables So That You Can Help Yourselves
ale Opens Today at
The World's Best Makes of Men's
Shoes .Are Here .All Are on Sale
A. & Nettlfttm, W.
L. Douglas, Regal. Ralston, Burt & Packard,
Be at the Head of the Line at Fourth and Alder
When the Doors Open
The World's Best Makes of Ladies'
Shoes Are Here All Are on Sale
J. & T. Cousins, Emery, Marshall, Meldona, Coon, Sherwood, Green
Wheeler, Regals, Thompson-Crookers.
Women's and Children's
Shoes and Oxfords
Several hundred pairs of ladies' and children's
Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps will be sold at. this
astounding; low price, commencing this morning;.
Shoes In this lot worth up to S3.50. All styles and
leathers. Take your choice, while they laat, CQ.
per pair, only.
LiUd; iuuu iau ui
The Saoat aenaatloaal barejaln ever pat
ia piiat. For the purpose of advertls
Iss thta aale we will place at your
atlspoeaL, promptly when the doors
nlni open thla moralnsr, three fcreat
lota at wonfs'i aad BilasM Sheea and
Oxfords, amoanllnr in all to more than
lOOO palra. All leathera are repre
seated. We reserve the right to place
a llanlt oa theae Shoea to a cue- Of .
. . ae w w
Price, per pair.
EXTRA Men's and Boys' Shoes and
Oxfords, Including Walk-Overs
For the purpose of advertising the supreme bar
eains in the men's and boys' departments, we will
place upon sale promptly when the doors swing
open this morning over 750 pairs of mens and
boys' Shoes at this most phenomenal price. All
leathers In Oxfords, all styles. Did you ever hear
of any bargain to equal this? We reserve (-q
the right to limit quantities. Per pair today-'" -
Women's and Misses' Shoes
and Slippers Now Selling at
This bis; lot of women's, misses' and
children's Shoes will literally melt
away before the great masses of
people. Different styles and leath
ers in Shoes and Slippers at this
sstoundlng bargain price. Choose
from this great lot during this ealo
at the exceedingly low price, 7Q
par pair f i7C
Ladies', Misses' and Boys'
Fine Dress Shoes Now at
This la a grand lot of fin Shoes for
ladles, misses and boys. Patent,
tans, gunmetal: button styles or the
near English last. This lot also in
cludes tha popular Baby Doll Shoea.
All else Shoes In this lot. worth
up to tt.lt. now on sale J e. jo
at only, tho pair 9 1 HO
STANDARD MAKES OF
All Have Factory Name and Price Stamped on Soles.
Men's G. G. Snow's fine union made Shoes, pair $2.48
Nettleton $6.00 and $6.50 Dress Shoes at, pair. .$3.98
Walker & Whitman $5.00 and $6.00 Dress Shoes $2.98
F. F. H. $4.00 Shoes and Oxfords now only, pair $1.98
Men's $4.00 Walk-Over Oxfords now, the pair. .$1.98
Men's $3.00 Victor Shoes and Oxfords, the pair $1.48
09 OQ See the great lot of men's High d9 QO
$L.yO Cuts and Outing Shoes, pair ytt.VO
01 OQ FOR BOYS' HIGH CUTS, Black 01 QQ
1..70 and tans with buckles...: pi.a70
Men's and Women's,
Boys' and Girls' Shoes
Go Now for
INCIXDIXG WAIK-OVERS, TAN
. AND BLACK OXFORDS.
We have grouped one great and
grand lot of men's, women's and
boys' Shoes. Oxfords and 'Slippers
from which you can take . your
choice at this price getting a style
Shoe that one might expect from a
lot selling for four times this
amount. All the different leathers
are represented, either lace or but
ton, and a wide assortment of lasts
and patterns are shown. Every man,
woman and child In Portland, if
they only realized the meaning of
this stupendous offer, would be here
when the doors open today. Come,
take your choice from this grand
assortment at this price, so low it
seems almost unbelievable; and take
our tip, come prepared to buy sev
eral pairs, for never again will
such an offer be placed before no
you. Choice, per pair
This Sale Will Prove a Sensation-Twill Be the Talk of the Town
People will coma from miles around and
the stock will so with llsrhtnlns-llke ra
pidity. Tell your neiahbora of tba ale
speak of tha prices, make a little party
and all coma together. Plan to boy sev
eral pairs, for never again will Shoes sell
Ref. 25c Rubber HeU at 10 Pair
Men's and ladles' Rubber Heels. f
any else, now on sale, per ptlriUC
Ref. $2.00 Arch Supports at 701 Pr.
Too should hare a pair. Buy here now
at lesa than HALF PRICE.
10c Cork Insoles Now at 2 Pair
A Thousand 50c Pennants.
Please Afk For Them.
i Y i 1
I -se- - - - ' stilling.
COME Provisions are made to handle
thousands. The largest selling space of
any Shoe Store In the Northwest. Enter
at corner entrance, exit through Alder
Reg. 10c Polish, AH Kinds, Now 30
Ail 10c Polish will be sold during this
sale, while they last, we limit O
quantities, at only Jl
$1.50 House Slippers at 790 a Pair
Men's $1.75 to 11.50 House Slippers,
buy thera now for winter at, 7Q
Reg. 25c to 35c Infants' Shoes at 90
Corner Fourth and Alder Sts. FREE!
Five Hundred Cook Books.
Please Ask For Them.