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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1914)
THE SALEM CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1014.
ALL KINDS OF STUNTS
Is Charming as Rebekah at
the Well But Draws Line
The homo editor has his residence iu I
and assists materially iu the ornamen
tation of that portion of our beautiful
and exceedingly dry city, known asj
South Salem. Wednesday morning as'
he got into his clothes after hurriedly!
kindling the fire of love in the kitchen
gtove, the dulcet tones of his far bet
ter half trickled into the bedroom from
the kitchen with the information thnt: 1
"I am agraid you will have to get some j
water as the faucets are dry. Maybe:
you eaa got some this sido the river."
It was not a cheerful prospect hunt
ing a drink before breakfast in a mod
el town, but it bad to be dono. After
some skirmishing and many inquiries
well was located at Mr, Martin's
place on High, near Lincoln, and only
two blocks away. The horse editor
amblod over with a bucket on each arm
and a song in his heart, not the dox-;
!ogy, for the "blessings" were not!
flowing at that time, and proceeded to !
do the Hcbekah act to the best of his
ability, Tho well is a good one, (JO feet
of it, and all underground, too, and he '
proceeded to windlass up a couple of
buckets. Just then a lady of the nci;h
borhood showed up and the horso eli-!
tor with that charming gallantry for j
whi.'h ho is nixed and which, by t)io
way, is one of the most churiuiug traits '
of his lovable character, drew a bucket
brimming with wntor from tho interior 1
department of Mr. Martin's lot and '
filled her pail, Tkcro the Itchckah act j
stripped, for ho refused to draw for
the gang of dry "cumels" thnt liud
in the meantime gathered, Jt is a reg
ular morning stunt since ami heaven
alone knows when it will be stopped.
However, tue horso editor consoles him-!
self with the reflection that "every-,
body's (Join ' it," unit whut is good
eunuch for Hoilh Snlom folks is sat- i
Ufactoiy to him. Tho only one who
seems to bo gutting liny amusement '
out of it, so fur as shown, is tho horse I
editor's butter f ruction, who ,iiNt smiles j
as siio sens that encyelupocdiu of j
useful iul'otmatiou doing the iiiua'iiis
Cincinnati, Ohio, Dee. IS. I'ntrnlinsn
Knaul died here tin lay of h bullet
wound received yestnnluy in a re
volver 'duel with Frank (1, lluhl, no
torious aiitomubiln hunditi. who hud
robbed two Cincinnati banks of more
than ii:i,00O. lluhl wns Hh(t and killed
in his battle with Knnul.
1 The police believe thnt llolil, before
he met I'utrolimin Knnul, iruiisfoi red
his loot to a woman confederate, 1 1 oh I
got H.OOtl in currency from the West
Knd branch of the Provident Savings1
Hank & Trust Company mid uit hour
Inter entered the Liberty Hank and
Havings Company bunk ten blocks
nwny, fired two shots at Cashier
(loorgu Winters, grabbed !r,IOO iu cur
rency run to his automobile and dis
appeared. rstrolnmn Knaul met llobl as lie was
coming from a rooming house. Itoth
fired simultaneously nnd euch fell,
TODAY AND SATURDAY
THE GARRISON SISTERS
In a novel posing net. Having
posed for all the lending artists
in (lulled Ktntes 11 ml Ktnopo.
Selected Vitagruph program with
such ctsni a Naomi Ohlldors,
Darwin Karr, Norma Tulniadgo,
Jsiuos Morrison and BUlio Quirk.
HeMrstHrJig Wnr News making
this one of the biggest ami be-t
shows ever shnwii in Halem for
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
The (1 rent English Comedienne in
aa entirely new net
llendliner at Panlnges this week.
Laurie Ordway wants to sen nil
her Halem friends again so don't
Musicians and entertainers ex
t ram d ilia ry.
A selected licensed pnigium will
also be shown,
Hargain matinee each dsy.
Children 5c, Adults 10c
OilJrcn 10c, Adults 20c
2:15 7:15 O:oo
'Home of the Best Shows"
e Open Saturday, December 19, 9 A.
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
High Grade Shoes
WILL BE PLACED ON SALE AT PRICES
MADE POSSIBLE ONLY BY THE LOW FIG
URES WHICH THE CREDITORS AGREED
TO SETTLE FOR. OUR MISFORTUNE IS
EVERY PAIR MUST GO.
GET BUSY EARLY. YOUR
SIZE IS HERE. OUR NAME
AS THEY ARE
We have made settlement .with
creditors and are now in possession
of the store, and when we move into
our new location we will have the
finest and best equipped shoe store
in the Willamette valley. We will
continue' to serve you as we always
have and to improve where possible.
We will give you better values than
ever before. We shall give' you
shoes that have style at least six
months ahead. We can do this
through our close connection with
America's leading factories.
WE LOSE THE LEASE
Compelled to Quit
NOT ONE PAIR OF SHOES DO WE WANT
TO MOVE TO THE NEW LOCATION.
You Move Then We Move
EVERY PAIR SACRIFICED.
EVERY SIZE OF EVERY
KIND. OUR REPUTATION
Trade your dollars for double their worth of shoes here. Trade here because our treat
ment of you was always right. Trade here because of the values you get now
High grade, values up to $5.00
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
High grade, values up to $3.00
MADE IN SALEM
QC MEN'S SHOES- fcO QC
High "grade, values up to $4.00 ipdJJ
Edwin Clapp Shoes
$8.00 GRADE $6.43
$7.00 GRADE $5.85
$0.50 GRADE . $5.35
Hurley or Emerson
$6.00 GRADE $1.95
$5.50 GRADE $4.25
$5.00 GRADE $3.95
$1.50 GRADE $3.15
$4.00 GRADE $2.95
Boys' & Children's Shoes
$:?.50 BOYS' SHOES. .$2.65
$3.00 BOYS' SHOES. .$2.45
$2.50 BOYS' SHOES.. $1.95
CHILDREN'S SHOES AT
LESS THAN COST
$5.00 GRADE $3.95
$4.50 GRADE $3.45
$1.00 GRADE $2.95
$:?.50 GRADE $2.35
$7.00 GRADE $5.00
$6.00 GRADE .$4.85
$5.50 GRADE $4.50
LOOK AT THE MAKERS' NAMES - CAN YOU BEAT THEM?
FOR MEN EDWIN CLAPP, HURLEY, EMERSON, ROLSTON, ETC. FOR WOMEN LAIRD SCHOBER, LINDER, J. & K., LEVIRS
BfcWtfr & SARGENT, MILLER SHOE CO., WICKERT & GARDINER, H VLLAHAN.
HERE IS WHAT STYLES WE HAVE
THE VERY LATEST STYLES
THE NEW LEATHER FRENCH HEELS
THE NEW SHORT FRENCH LASTS
THE VERY NEW SHORT VAMPS
THOSE LIGHT WEIGHT SOLES, TOO, THAT
MAKE YOUR FOOT LOOK SMALL
THE NEWEST STYLES ARE HERE
THE NEW RUBBER SOLE WINTER SHOES
OUR STOCK IS MOST COMPLETE ,x
QUALITY SHOES AT AWFUL CUT PRICES
Reinhart Quality g g- (Q) J7
N El ART'S
SAME OLD LOCATION-444 STATE STREET
BURNED AT BEND.
Hcnd, Ore., Uw, i7.Adolpli Huvtrh-1
it, iiliiint ,10 years uM, who lias beou
employed on tho Tumttlo project, wus,
burned tn death curly tliis moruiiiK in
u fire, which destroyed tlm U rami ic's-i
tiiuriint ul roomiiiK house, conducted 1
' liy .Mrs. Orcutt. Mrs. Otcutt anil oilier
'nuosts Just escaped with but few !
iiiuu'iiU". 'l'lu IIimiiI hotel, Hiljiiiiiiuii,
nan threatened, tli work uf firefinlit
i Iiik iieinK bumpered because 11 I bo cold.
Tim flis Minted In Iho ri'atunraiit
(Continued from ng one.)
INVi Stousloff Urns., 111.1.
Flour, Shorts, Bran, Carols, Etc.
Kurd wheat flour, 1.100 barrels; soft
v liut flour, 1,0(10 barrels; graham, me
(Hum, 0 bn rrt-ln ; crocked wheat, odl-Hi-,
1(1.500 pounds: brnn, JO tons;
sliorts, 43 tons; middlings, 1 ton.
Alters Itriio., l'ortluml Urnlium
lour, 5.50 per ct.( Crrum of Whout,
2.!3 )! rut.
Crown Mills Co. Itran, '.'0.50 per
ton? jL(iu hit in, .VJ0 per out.; sliorls,
27.11! per ton: middlings, I'll. SO per
ns-t.i soft wheat flour, $5.4.1 per cut.;
linnl wheat flour, f ft.iiA per cut.
! KurokK Hour Mills Soft wheat
' flour, tt.'i.lt.l )ier ewt.
' tlolilen Hod (triihnm flour, r.75 it
ent.! I'retim of Wlieut, three eents per
imiinil (!) ton).
j I'ortlnnd HouriitK Mills llrnn, 27.
1(1 ton; sliorts, t-l' IO ton; soft ulieat
flour, tii.H cwt.; hard wheal flour,
it5.nr and (j.tlS cut., according to tho
I'rrton Slnifer (Iriihnm flour, .tS.IO
et.; hard wheat flour. fi.HO cwt.
1 77.000 founds, (trunulnteit, tor Salem
institution, nnd l-l'O oniols of extra
Mnsoa-Khrinnii Co. Horry siiKiir,
'S.2i ewt.l Honolulu, 5.I7 ewt.; beet
sii(;nr, tlMl ewt.
Grains, Chicken Teed, Etc.
Wheat -.'I'.'.l bushels. 1. A. While k
Son, Snlrm, ifl.M.
Outs KO bushels. IV A. White Si
Son:, 51 eents.
Hnrleyl'dO bushels, White Sous,
t'rtli'ked eom "10(1 pounds. Albeis
Milling Co.. I'ortlnnd, 1.75 out.; White
,t Semi, fl.75 cwt.
Hulled uuts fiflrt pounds fiu heiol),
Alliers llros., fl.sn cnt.; White k Sons,
Beef sernps 15mt pounds. Albers
lltns., :l.:if et. White ft Sons, ;.7H,
tij-ster sliells, enstei n 1:100 pounds.
tAlhers Hies., I'lulfie, ?fl eents ewt.;'
7'ae eustern; Whito Sons, $1.00 u
Charcoal 150 pounds. Albers llros,
1.05 ewt; White A Sons, 2.50,
i I'M,. I ......II. .... nnt -.I. .1
,.,, imii, iii.-iii inn ,v'P JMMUOls,
hers llros., ijl.1'5 cwt.; White ft Som,
(trils, eoiirsV 1100 pounds, Allien
llros., HiSc cut.; White ft Son., S.V.
tiilts, mrdiiim ,1oo pounds. Albei'i
llros., O.V ewt.; White k Sons, S.V, '
Some old biiehelors lgiulie the slni
pie life Slid get ma u led.