Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, December 07, 1914, Page TWO, Image 2

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    THE SALEM CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALEM, OREGON, MONDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1911.
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, Sales for the entire afternoon Saturday ran one hundred dollars per
hour. This is the fastest selling record we have ever made and is far in ad
vance of any record ever made in Salem before. We are only getting start
ed. This week will be our banner week. Hundreds of pairs of new shoes
will be placed in the bins at a fraction of their actual value. Do not wait.
Come in and see the wonderful bargains in all lines.
Just received a large shipment of the famous WITCH-ELK BOOT IN
ALL STYLES. THIS BOOT IS RECOGNIZED AS THE BEST WA
TERPROOF BOOT ON THE MARKET. ,
1 00 pair of the well known Dayton Logger, best $5.50 grade now go at ..... $3.95
25 pair of 12 and 16 inch Chippewa Boots regularly sold at $6.00 and $7.00 go at . $3.95
500 pair of Ladies' shoes, all the latest styles, regularly sold at $4, any leather go at . $1 .95
200 pair Ladies' 16 but. boots, tan, patent and gunmetal, also lace, regular $5 grades now $2.95
200 pair Men's gunmetal and tan button and lace, regular $3.t0 to $5 grades go at . $2.95
100 pair Children's shoes up to size 8, button and lace, all leathers, go at ...... 50c
200 pair Children's shoes up to size 2, button and lace, all leathers, go at .... . 95c
50pairof Men's hip boots, the regular $7.00 grades now go at ........ $3.95
25 pair of Men's knee rubber boots, the regular $5.00 grades now go at . . . . . $2.95
ALL RUBBER GOODS
GREATLY REDUCED
We can fit any foot. We carry all widths. A big force of expert
shoe men to wait on you. Do not take just any old thing when you can
get a perfect fit and good merchandise for less money. - .
sgoi 7
The Small Profit and Quick Sales Store
326 STATE STREET 326
NEXT TO LADD & BUSH BANK
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
NOTES FROM DALLAS
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Pallas, Or., IV,... 7. 'Mr. ami Mrs. K.i
Klrkpatrick delightfully entertained
the "500" oluh at tlii'ir homo on North!
Main street Saturday evening. Afleri
a coiiilo of enjoyable hours spent i";
playing caj-ds a delicious luncheon was.
served. The members) of tlio club pre-j
Kent wore: Mr. mid Mm. It. Ij. Chap !
man, Mr. and Mm. H. U (.'rider', Mr.j
And Mm. ,1. Ft. Allgnnd, Mr. ami Mm.
II . C. Knkln, Mr. ami Mm. K. C. Kirk
Patrick, Mr. and Mm. I. N, Woods, Mr.
and Mm. Kdwlu .Incohsoa, l.tr. anil Mm.
A. B. Htarbuck, Mrs. It. Casev and Or.
V. O. Want Mr. and Mia It. K. Wil
linmi, of i'ortland, wore invited guests.
Honors wore won by Mr, and Mm. Kirk
Patrick. Have New Meeting Place.
Through the kindness of ('onrinl,
Htnfrin, Captain of Company I. O. N.
O., a cosy room in the northoast corner
of the Armory hits heou comfortably
fitted up art a meeting place for the
veterans of the Civil war. U. H. (Irani
WOKH.ING FULL TIME.
Erect Modern Home.
Kiunli L. Price, who moved hero with
his family from Spring Valley In Sop
toinbcr, linn eroded a modern eight
room 1 ui 11 n ii I o xv on a seven lure tract of
land ho purchased from Ham Murk nil
.joining this city. Mr. and Mrs. Price
and family rocontly move I into their
new home. They came to this city to
enjoy the advantages of the good
schools for their children,
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Patterson, dr.,
of (I revs Hlver, Washington, arrived in i
this city Sunday evening for an ex-i
tended visit at the home of Mrs. I'ntter-!
son's pa rent a, Mr. and Mm. Kiiyoiu'
Ihayter on north Main street. !
Dr. nnd Mm. A. II. Htiirbuck and lit
bkldystnnc, I'n.. Doe. ". Two
thousand employes of the Hold
win Locomotive Works here
wlio have been workjng on part
time for several mouths past
resumed working their full
schedule today to till an order
fur M) locomet .ves wanted by
the Hussion irnvorninent.
Saturday, December I'.', shall bo Tag ft t
Day when tags will bo sold for tholsk
benefit of tho Dallas public library.
A committee is already at work choos-)j
ing tho young ludies of the city who i
win e asM'u 10 sen tags tor a snort iSj,
Time nun nay. i lie tag sellers will no .u
!.. ..I ..a -D .1. i .. 'C
iii riniiKo oi onu ot ine incinoers or llio
club who will net as chiipnrono. Lunch
eons will bo served during the day to
the selling sipiad.
VOTING LIGHT UP
TO THREE O'CLOCK
BROTHERS OF DALLAS
Tost O. A. H. held Its first nioeting In1 " dKhter spent Hiiniln.v at the home
1ho new headipmrtera Hiiturday lifter- of Mrs. Hlarbnck's mother, Mrs. Mary
boob. i Heaver ill West Hnlein.
Misses Georgia and Huena Flske wero
Support For Band. over-Sunday visitors at tho homo of
At tlie council meeting this evening' Mends i" fnleni. J
a potitiott asking tho council (o In-! ' '' Hayter, was a business vlsltorj
roi-jioriito a one mill tax in the UH.V MiMinnvllle, Hntunlny afternoon.
Iiiiilent for the iiimori nf the Dullns and evening. ;
band will he Presented to the citv! Miss Arlene Ttennett, who Is attend-',
fiithera. While It appears to be the! '"K "ln Oregon Hlatv Normal at Mon
(icneriil aentiment that a fund be raised' 'nth, wns an over-Sunday visitor at
for thla purpose, anuin opposition to a ,h lOI",, ' hnr parents, Hew and Mm.
one-mill tax has developed, the opinion ' feorge Bennett.
of these being that a half mill should1 Nellie Hlmoutoii returned from
le sufficient for the raining venr. Independence, Saturday morning where
What action the council will Ink'o Ini "be hud been to tnke part In an enter-
tho matter will inobablv depend oii'lmnmont In the rresbylnrlun church
Dallas, Ore., Dec. 7. Mrs. ( ail tier
linger ami Mrs. l-'ied (leilinger, of this
city, who were visiting their old homes
in (Icriunny Inst summer when the war
commenced and who were marooned
thep! fur several weeks, before they
were permitted to return home, huve re
ceived word that they have ouch lost a
brother as ii result of the war. Mrs.
Fred (iei linger 's brother wns killed -in
battle in Northern Fiance and Mrs. t'nrl
(ierlinger 's brother died in a military
hospital from disease contracted in the
tiTti'-hcs. Another Dallas woman, Mrs.
It is possible more interest may be iodfrry Heck, has nine brothers serv
sliiiw u in the election this evening when inn 111 the ticriiuin nrniv, and she has
ol'li cs, stores and workshops close, but had no information as to the welfare
up to press iionr a very light Vote ha.ljof any one of them since the war be
been cast. Shortly alter limn the votejgan.
in Waul 'J was onlv III? and at I o'clock ' '
in Ward " but I'J.l votes had been
polled.
The other wnrds all reported a light
vote. (If course no one can look under
the other fellow's lint and tell what he
is going to ilit, but there seems to be
n pretty general feeling that tin) char
ter will be beaten. The tact that the
WITNESS AFTER WITNESS
IN SALEM
Such Evidence Our Reader Cannot
Dispute.
HEALTH CONDITIONS
BETTER IN SCHOOLS
The gieat influence for the improve
ment of the henlth of the pupils, the
bcttcMiicn of conditions in school work
generally und the promotion of harmony
betWM'n the teachei, parent and child
i hat the parent-teacher associations
havo worked thionhout tho school sys
tem of the state, is slmwn by State
Sihnol Superintendent .1. A. Churchill,
ill hit biennial repoit lo the legisla
ture. In treating ol this subject mat
ter in his repoit Mr. ( Imrc.iill says:
" During the past year more than .'UHl
I'ln'cut-tfuchcr sys'Oiations were or
Uiinbed in the school district through
out the state. The purpose of this or
ganisation is to lui rove the standard
ol' living in the homo, to piotect the
ihild n if I to improve all tlio conditions
under which children Inc. The aim is
to lo this in certain definite ways
tliiough organcd efl'oits along the lines;
nf chiid hygiene, sanitation in the homcj
and school, t;ocd literature, legislation
for the piotolioil of child life, good
load', school improvements and n closer
oto is liuht ui'iv save It. snv those w'uol
have been keenini! watch of the matter. A we take up tho Journal, wa are co oncinlin'i between mirent and teach
but I hey add that with a full vote out j "trui-k by the hearty unmistakable wavier, Tiie following brief extracts from
it will be badly beaten. There seenii ln which witness after wltnesa ipeaki;n few ot the many excellent reports
of that citv.
A, 0. Kempel, of Ilickrenll, wns In
this citv Snturilnv on business,
Mr. and Mm, W. B. Williams, of
Portland, were Pallas visitors Satur
day nnd Sunday Mr. Williams la (lie
president of (lie l'nllaa City nnd the
Pallai National banks.
Mrs. It. Casey was a Portland vis
itor the latter part of the week.
Mrs. II. Ii, Feiiton nnd Mrs. Ilea
Craven have returned from a visit In
the number of siuuaturea on the net!
tiou. Tho band boys have been busy
for the past two weeks and hnve en
deavored to get the support, of Hie en
tiro Dumber ef tax pavers In this city.
K. P. Convention In January,
Tli district convention of the
Knighta of Pythias will he held In the
lodge rooms of Mn union l.oilue No, I'll
of thla city on the lxth nf January in
toad of on December U as oriuinnllv
nlanned, The district comprises I'olk Portland
and Marion counties. The postpoiiuient I The Chinese restaurant on Mill street
naa made at the reipiest of the Dallas baa closed its doors and gone nut of
lodge. Several hundred delegates are' business.
looked for during the convention. A. l Cndle, one nf the proprietor of
fiUaBionarloa Return From Africa, tlio Ilickrenll Trading eompauv's stove
Haw and Mrs. F. W. Nell have ar- at Hlekreall, was a Dallas visitor the
rlverl ln thia city frnm Africa where latter part of the week,
they have been spending tho past thrccl , r
joara in mi-aionary work under the TUBKS CLAIM VICTORY,
Presbyterian board. Ihey spent tlueei , ,. , ,
weeks in New Yoik dtv upon their , , ( '''''l' ', la I orl... and l.on
landing In this country on a. nut of ' "'I' 7' A "'V"1,' Ih,"1',," '"
the akineM of their little child. Their; hl.''!' '- !''" ' Ho Tnrhlsh
edition In Africa was in th art of l"-H "" between ho Tigris and Ha
tha torrid lone, being onlv about three' "in"unced the war oltice here
degree north of the equator. Kov. , tlay, ' has been repulsed heavily. We
Meal expects to deliver an address In enptured inacliln gun and consider
th Pnlla Presbyterian church In the."bl ammunition."
near future recounting the life of the 11 '
nnionerv In Africa, the work accom- Nes: lmlay the high school
pliahed tint th people encountered, ""clarcd a holiday and borrowed
Hev Neal is a son of .Mr. and Mm. F.ibeggcd and hired teams to n.l an.)
M, Neal of this citv. I grade the schiuil house grounds. Now
Taf Day Next Saturday. I hoc want donated some bulbs and
Tit "Woman's club has decided that tree cuttings.
to have been but little discussion of out as Mr. Hill doe here., If these
the charter outside of the gatherings i Psip"- were atrungera living miles
for the purpose, and the wise ones sa v I ,.w.v w '"'K1'1 tJlke liul
i.. i. t . . ..... '. tlmtit. Illif thev nt-e n.if 1'linv mv mis
mis hick or iiiierest iniiicutes opposl-, ' . , , ,, . ' "
....... ' ' Sim, ihAM llvitnv t timni ita TliM.r
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tion to the change.
which have been received I'rom the dif
fereiit counties, will show the work that
is being done by these organizations!
" 1 The parent teacher associations
have supported the schoitl boards when
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Johnny's
Letter
"Dear Sauta Claus:
"Won't you ploaso bring me
some of the nice toya that ar
being ndvortiscd in The Journal.
"I would like a gun and a
velocipede and soma books for
boys. i ' a
"I know If you will pick them
out from Uie advertising ln Th
Journal they will he good, for
my mamma buys all her clothes
after reading th advertisements
and mlno is the best dresBcd
mamma ln town."
"JOHNNY"
"If you get thea thing hfr
it will aav you bringing them
all Ui way from tli North Pole
and I know they ar guaranteed."
BALEM COMMONS MISSION.
This Mission is interdenominational
and has the cinlorscinrnt i!' the Salem
Miiiistevliil Cliion.
Its object is to help get evoiynno we
can started on the loud to Heaven, to
look alter I lie sick, the poor and the
needy, and as far as possible relieve
their wants.
As au CMtiupIc, yesterday Mrs. Cook
word is too easily proven to admit of I ,,.,. -i.,,,. . . i,n,i! ,,,,. i.
any doubt. They speak out in th hPprovemeiita have come up, hav. secured
hat their experieuc may be a guide : mM ,,,, ,,.,.,,,, ,.,,,
I grounds, anil have done ninny other
ii nr lt:n 1. innA M
p i i " things to make the school huibiiiiRs and
Fron St Salem, aays: "I had mor. or ',,, ,,,, Hn,, ,()mr(),.,l,le.-
ahvavs relieved me in . short tie.. T , . ""l" -"c" " n in ."-si.
ifouu.l a mother and fmr siunll childicn mending them."
know of several other people who have
taken Doun's Kiilney Pills with good
results. Vou may continue publishing
tho statement 1 gnvo before recom-
in liMitutc clrciimstaucvs without
euoui.'li food for one good meal. She
got them supplied with a sack of flour,
seek of potatoes, meat, milk and other
things, left tlinu coiufirtable, and, ot
course happy. If any one knowing of
such cases will report them to the Mis
sion lis tar as possible we will relieve
their wants, For the above objects
contributions ol cash, provisions ami
Price .Kie, at all dealer. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Dean's Klilnev Pills the same that
Mr. Hill had. Foster Milhurn Co.,
Pinps., Iliiffalo, X. Y.
GERMAN rORCB ISOLATED.
Amsterdam, Dec. ". A report from
lolhiug are s.Vlcitcd. We want to gel ,'L'" ll 01
in to u h with Ml person. In Salem who i r"" '' " n.um, ..ern.aas
will givo MV a month for the aupport I NT, T. ' f''"m "I1!1
of the above work. annihilated. The Pclgian.. It. wa, said.
We also receiNe the discharged pris ' J'," "'J " h'W' a,,'T "'t, "
.... . ,. , . " . I .. ' liitinit the leinian from their lines.
tu vl I in, morality and t hri-tianltv, i
iilioiit clinigc, the unemployed re
ceive all the help we can give them
to find woik. Anyone wanting ninn
to work let us know. I'uoue IM. ,1, P.
( 'ook, supei'lntciiilcut,
tifving school buibliiigs and gnu, mis, In
making the rchool garden pioh i-i pmsl
ble, In securing sanitary dunking foun
tnins, with a supply of pure water, and
in various ways, improving too school
conditions.1
" 'The association mcmucis, at thelt
meetings, study und discuss the liccdi
nf the districts ami ot the children, and
tivc Iheir moral support to sclutil
boards In matters that .lead to betti'i
conditions. '
" 'These associations are coopeiat
iug most heartily with the Hoys' and
(iris' Industrial club mowniont III the
stnt-1 and are giving excellent asist
a nee lo the young people at their club
mooi'mits. '
" 'Not ojily the s. hool, but tilo home
comes under the Inspiring influence of
the uplift of thce associations, Through
the cluser rclnllouship between tin
cms, fire fro,., llolnian and French bat-!,,,,,,,. ,,, ,,, ,,,;,,, ,,
terles. Many weie driven Into the
river and drnwned.
eiieiiriitiieiitr
)i Little In cost big ln result
Ju$t turn back to th Want rth"'1 Journ"1 wnt AL
Ad Column now and th ! Try a
th teacher, greater interest Is manifest
iii .ill educational matters.'
" 'Teachers welcome these associa
tions. Tomiih them Ihey get acquaint
ed with the parents of the children
they have in their schitila.'
" ' Tb rough the co oprts tion of school
pnttim, and teachers, the value of the
offtringi th.r;
I school as a co'iiniuiiity center is mad.
) appari lit.' "
We licitnvith wish to announce the opening of
THE
Eisner Photo Studio
located at 205 North Commercial, and cor
dially invite you for inspection of our work.
You will be impressed with our reasonable
prices combined with excellent-workmanship.
Please ask for our special Christmas as well .
as grand opening offer.
Yours in the public "service,
S. ELSNER, Thotographer,
Salem, Oregon.
A Journal ad Will Sell It For You
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