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THE SALEM DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OR!., FRIDAY, NOV. 12, 1915.
Men's Dress Shoes, regular $3.50 Ladies' Dress Shoes regular $4.00 Boys' $3.50 High Top Boots; all
and $4.00 grades, now go at grades, jiow go at sizes; good grades; now go at
" $2'95 . $3.35 $2.95
Men's Dress Shoes, regular $5.00 ;
grades, now go at Ladies' $5.00 Dress Shoes now go at Men's Short Rubber Boots, reg-
$3.95 jjj ularly sold at $3.50, now go at
Men's Dress Shoes, regular $6.00 ' $2.50
; and $7.00 grades, now go at Boys' $5.00 grades High Top Boots, ; : :
hand made, same as men's. shoes, Men's Short Rubber Boots; reg-
Ladies' Dress Shoes, regular $3.00 now go at ularly sold at $5.00; now go at '
grades, now go at - $3.95 $395
w ,n IT i Zr; Beys' $4.00 High Top Boots, best Men's $7.00 Hip Boots, best snag
eB t" grades, now go at proof, now go at
$2.95 ; $3.35 $5.95
I Be on Hand When the Doors Open Saturday Morning, at 9 ii;
Twenty Double-Bladed German Silver Knives Twenty 25c p
vaiia ui ii lis aiiiuuo iua uua vmi
100 ENVELOPES CONTAINING ON EHUNDRED TICKETS WILL BE GIYEN TO THE FIRST HUNDRED PEOPLE
ENTERING OUR STORE SATURDAY MORNING, TWENTY OF THESE TICKETS WILL ENTITLE THE HOLDER TO g
A KNIFE AND TWENTY OF THE TICKETS will-ENTITLE THE HUL1M 1U A IAN w WK baa WAitR ::
PROOF SHOE OIL. SIXTY TICKETS WILL BE BLANK. BE AMONG THE . FIRST HUNDRED AND DRAW A ii:
PRIZE, OYER TWO HUNDRED PEOPLE WERE IN ATTENDANCE TO GET A PRIZE THURSDAY MORNING.::
This is the greatest Shoe Sale in the historv of Salem, the BASEMENT IS FULL OF BARGAINS-SEE THE F0L- f
... - M ... .mtm mrn f nT mini nii O IP IT ft I rmAlT -r
LOWING PRICES. WATCH MAI WtMS FUK lilfc m mhmuuk.
Ladies' High Grade Lace Boots, both in colored and black tops, regular $5.00
grade, newest style, now go at
t A Few of the Many Bargains to be Offered in This Sale!
"Was it a case of
"Yes; nil the joy
Is lie trying to court your
Yes; but I don't favor the
"Has the widow gotten over lief
"I think so; she hasn't gone
Nothing But That Seems
Men's $8.00 16-inch High Top Boots, best grades,
double stitched, buckles, now go at $5.95 : :"
Men's $7.50 12-inch High Top Boots, best grades; '';
double stitched, waterproot, now go at.... 3,41)5 i
FT.TCNTY OF TTTF.M ANn liV. r.niMrT Tn t
It WE HAVE THESE TWO LINES IN ALL SIZES, PLENTY OF THEM. AND ARE GOING TO
ii: Big Line of Men's and Women's $1.50 to $2. 50 House QfT ror&ti
i : Slippers, all styles, now go at .
Children's $1.50 Shoes, all styles, Children's $2.50 and $2.75 Shoes, Boys' $3.25 Shoes, best grades, all
now go at all styles, go at stylcs now t
Children's $1.75 Shoes, all styles, Boys' $2.50 Shoes, best grades, all
g0 at stylcs, now go at :
$1.35 Boys' $3.50 Shoes, best grades, all
Children's $2 and $2.25 Shoes, all Boys' $3.00 Shoes, best grades, all styles, now go at
styles, go at styles, now go at
$1,65 $2.35 1
Special on Men's Logger Boots. Big Line $6, some $6.50 and (to Qfij ii
7.00 Boots, now co at JJ : i
$7.00 Boots, now go at
J: No326 State Street
: Telephone . . . 616
II WITCH ELK BOOTS
Next to thje Laddl
& Bush Bank
EVER WEAR HOSE
HERE IS THE LAW THE l
I Do not tolerate any unsightly annoy-
Tn tllA lavmatl It ShnW''"' skin ,fl,!,'ti,,- i'oslam is intended
1U UlC LdVUIdH 11 UUUVTO ... relieve vou of such troubles, una is
ottentinies srnsint;ly suceeHtul even
in auKi'Uvnteil eases. Whatever your
affection, 1'oslain will prove its jiowerH
when nilu'u, alluviii( all ltrlurin, anil
work improvement every day until tlie
skin is clear ami healthy. Jt is the )er
sintent foe of l'minles anil all emotional
J'oslain Soap, medicated with I'oslam,
is unsuriiassed in richness and those
I :il it i os whi'h imtku for health of the
For samples, send 4c. stamps to Emer
gency Laboratories, 1)2 West -'"ith St.,
New Vork city. Sold liy nil DnicdisK
sc SC jjc sjc !jC 5jS SflC SC 3(C )c 3C
WAR NEWS OF ONE
' YEAR AGO TODAY
The Allies assumed the of
fensive from the sea to Lya.
Austria admitted that her
troops evacuated Central Oali
cia. ltussia claimed substantial
victories beyond Kalisz, East
SPRING VALLEY NEWS
(By United Tress staff correspondent.)
Washington, I). ('., Xov. 12. Hero is
just what the new l.aFollette seamen's
act provides for owners, sailors arid
public, with the commerce department's
rulings on certain sections of tho law
Section 1 coninels a shin enntain.
short-handed durimr a vovaee to fill event with prizes, meals and enter
vacancies with nun of the sume or hiiih- tainment entirely - free was ever
or nitinir before nroce.edini?. Section 2 "tilled off in the United Stntos. Cor
(Capital Journal Speciul Service.)
Siirinir Valley, Or., Nov. 12 .Mrs. J.
those 1''n''1 1"rv'llu eiitertuined pleasantly at
tenth weddintf anniversary of Mr. and
Jlrs. Wayne D. Ileury. Tiny kewpies
united with a wedding ring marked the
place of each guest,- and the dancing
bears and tin whistles used as favors
created much inoi liincat. Covers were
laid for twelve, those present being,
Mr. u ii. I Mrs. Wayne I). Henry, Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs.
gets double pay. I'endletoii and other burgs with less in-j "'"( nieniantlv sur-
Section 4 nroviiles that ill nnv nort itwtivn than Weston, copy its ncut M iss lit l n I iiki i whs pleasantly sur
section i proviiits tnut in niy pori u prised on Tuesday evening when a party
a sailor on any ship may collect half 111110 . ....thered to si.end tao
eveniiM', and to bid tVewell to Miss
his pnv or complain to U. S. officers
and get full pay and the right to quit
Medford Mail: Two expert beet ruis
ers of Portland have written Alex Nib-
Helen, who left Wednesday morning for
common crew may have the ship ex
amineil for seaworthiness, or its sup
plies for quality, by U. S. agents. Sec
tion 6 bids good by to the forecastle of
fiction. There must be a berth for ench
man in a clean room drained and venti
lated and with shower bath. There must
be a ship's hospital.
When a sailor quits, says Section 7,
he cannot be imprisoned or forced to
work. For insubordination he may be
placed in irons and for assaulting an of
ficer imprisoned two days.
Section 9 prohibits flogging sailors.
If the master of a vessel fails to deliver
such an offender, he and the vessel
owners are liable for damages. Section
10 gives two ounces of butter and five
quarts of wator to ench sailor, daily.
Section 11 prohibits sailors assigning
knges to employment offices or saloons.
Wages can be assigned only to near
relatives. Section 12 prohibits garnish
ment of wages except by courts acting
for near relatives.
Section 13 requires 75 per cent of
each crew to understand officers' or
ders: but orders is all they need under
stand. Forty per cent of the crew must
be able seamen. This will gradually
rise to 05 per cent in 1320. An able
senmnii must have had three years'
service on the seas or great lakes.
Kaeh lifeboat shall be in rharge, of
an able seaman. Ships moro than 20
miles from shore must have lifeboats
and lifeboats for all, except from May
15 to September 1.", when there mast be
boats and rafts for 70 per cent. On
the great lakes, boats for 20 per cent
and rafts for .'10 per cent are required.
Section 15 requires any bnrgo losing a
passenger or sailor to report it.
Sections 10 and 17 give foreign sail
ors the right to quit foreign ships in U.
S. hnrbors. All treaties requiring V.
S. officeiis to hunt such deserters nre
abrogated by Section R. Section 111
provides that a sailor ill away from
home,s to lie cared for by u U. S. consul.
L. K. Bradford was the victim of u
surprise party on Monday night, the
occasion being his birthday. An oyster
supper was served, after which tbej
evening was spent in enjoyable social
A niimbor of the Spring Valley young
people attended the Jouielli concert 111
Salem Inst week.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Davis were Salem
shoppers on Saturday.
.Mrs. W. T. Scott was called to Port
land Inst, Thursday by tiio serious ill
ness of her dmighler-in law, Mrs. f'lms.
Scott, and little Mary Scott. They
have not yet sufficiently recovered for
her to return home.
A babv boy was born Saturday, On-
Time was," savs the. Ilaker Demo-' I"'"'1' ', to Mr. and Mrs. Worthi.igton,
erat, "wiien the farmor was compelled ; at llaglecrest Orchards.
ivcv, ili:jiukiii:, itiiv iwh'uii ivh m nn
agree to rais 3o acres of beets each,
and tn k o proper cure ot them next sou
son. The- are also making inquires as
to prices of land on which they may
find the right type of soil for beet pro
duction in this vicinity, expressing a
desire to purchase here in case tuc fac
tory shall be encouraged to establish
in this valley.
The (inzettc-Times proclaims tho fact
that lleppner has one of tho finest
little concrete bridges enst of Hood
Hiver, and savs further: "All due
credit should lie given to our city ad
ministration, tho men who nre respon
sible for its having been built."
to sell as soon as his grain was thresh
ed; oftentimes ins grain was contract
ed for bcfoTO it was in the sack. Not
so, nowadays, lie is somewhat of a spec
ulator himself, and can stand to lose or
win on toe turn of tho cards."
! STATE NEWS t
ies of meetings here several weeks ago,
preached at the church on Sunday
morning, the tiieme being "Tho Kesur
Ilalph Scott delivered a load of fat
hogs Monday, to Mr. Fanner, at Mc-
The Medford Mail-Tribune says real , Coy
estate men report inquiries from niany M. ami Mrs. 1. (!. Henry departed
who are marking time until the ques- f,. the exposition Wednesday. They
tioa of tho sugar factory in llogue w)j R11V in I'Visco only a short time,
river valley shnl be determined. They : (,. xi,'i.g t ,,, Angeles to spend tho
nre anxious to get in on the beet luis- wiulcr wiib their son, Clyde and family,
ing if tiiere is to be any. ilieorge Derrick will have charge of tho
Iiiiiii during their absence.
Mrs. fleorgo McLean has placed on: M,.Kil,v , H. . i u Neveral
display in ho hngene Ouard olto-e a w(,(..s hl s,ln ,Vlln,.u,u at thl, ,,)!wi.
dahlia freak two blossoms oa one j(( (() ,u , nnmUl lmli ufu.r
bnnncli, ono deep crimson, tho other i ...,. i:.,., ,i,..f i,,.i;,i,,,. in
a. McLean. . "r, , 1 " J
white tinged with pink. Mrs.
certifies the flowers grew that way,
n ml were not grimed.
Besides a now high school, Bukcr
sees a street enr service among tho rea
sonably near future's possibilities.
leer family and very seldom is one
I j found in existence, So tar as known,
I this was the onlv one in the state. '1 lie
Port Inn. I.
liny Nas'u is awav for several weeks,
on a business trip to Luke county.
Mr. ii ml Mrs. Wayne D. Henry wero
Salem visitors, Wednesday.
Mr. mi. I Mrs. Frank Wells, and two
children. Willnrd mid Le liov, were Sun-
Halsey Katerprise: While drilling , , i,i v uuests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
for wjiler at Oeorge Harrison's place, Crawford.
two miles north of. Brownsville, a lew, ,,,,, (.mli1 tl(1 .1,(..lirj.iu
days ago, .1. W. Wells, the eonstractor,l (.(l v h1.,., iri,K0 ,. itt i.
when about 20 leet down in tun sand, I ,. v,.;,, ;,,,. t(, th residents of this sec-
broiight up several nuggets which when ti11 ,oM( ,., , whom Sal
tested out. proved to bo pure gold. A -m ,m.tvmrUv ,;, ', .K,,t iWn. Wo
lew teet further down blue rock an 1(HI,, N,lm,ti,i,H i.(,ipelled to hold over
crystallized quartz was struck. When M()(.k 1t a , K,.,.unt ()t ,lt )0.
II.) feet down u hard Bii uttitiK'o was ?", ,Ml, u cross the bridge, and s a-
countered, nwilung tiirther work with, tinl,M ,.,, ( Hh,.,,l(, 0f applies. Now
the drill inipossib u. M r. Wells then ap-, ,,, i,, ,,, , r)..())(.,..l, on con
p bed !l sticks ot dynai.iito. After the ,jli(m ,, , willl ,1uc,Hll-t ,0Wi w0
blast tho drill was again started, but it .,,.. f.,i ,.i:,. ii,k ii. w: ,
of the West Turk country, which has was discovered that a body of iron ore w(m ,.,,, n, u, ,ilVo us in Salem to
lieea seen in several years uiu.y n.y . i;.:n tu...... u.i, ! H.1(,,1( ,K, ujy.it with stock inited ami
few hunters lit rure intervals, iias been strata copper ore containing strong , . ( ,.,l(,s (M,. (e,illv, it's n
poseu mat tno limn in mat vicinity is Ul, llM thl, ,,.,,,,1,1,, j, ,..H,.9 w,
underlaid with a body of ore. ; .t ,,,., Meeing tho fnniiv side ot
1 it. "If the wind doesn't blow, we cm
NEW VESSELS ORDERED go: if the wind docs blow, we can stny
. I at home. ' '
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 12. Two new I ' '
Hnseburg Review: The white deer
Mia nrrwfJT.TT REEKS DIVORCE of circuit court here. Tho couple was conviction of her husband in his recent
MRS. 9TlHdM.it om. Ii4 October 2(1 1890 In Ten-! nd h" "entence of from six
Asking the eustody of lx minor married on October J Subscribe for th Capital
ett7h' ! news, con-
"'1:V. JL. Ch.rle. eomnlaint filed by her attorney, Oscar .,,. ,. ... . . tests.
Kue Bluett, who committed , llayter, Airs. Stinnett repeats tho alle- J r(.nri, ; Rmlti'K t0
to the ponitcntiary at tho last term ( gatioiis which were responsible for thejnl,k u) a will(ly' dll
tains about West, Fork for so long,
mid always immune from the mutters
wiles, had its career ended Inst week
by Dick Huunds, who lives at Clark's
lii 1 h, near Myrtle Creek. Mr.
Hounds was minting in the vicinity of
West r'ork for several days when lie
finally sighted the beautiful snow white
animal and knew immediately what It
was. Tho deer is said to have a beau
tiful hide nnd it will probably be giv
en 11 I. lilt 11I preparation with u view
of pieservlng it.
Oregon Diiily Tide: (iuy, Hal and
A. H. Stiitesmun are having a new gold
machine, costing iHO.OOt) installed on
their mining property on Cut Creek,
just below Whiskey Hun. Tim nmeiiiiio
belongs to .1. It. Peters, of Cold llcach,
who says it will work about 200 cubic
vurds of fluid a day and wive SO per
cent of the free gold and platinum. One
of the main features of tho machine ia
an airtight concentrator into which tho
nil ml is forced by a centrifugal pump.
Through holes in the concentrator the
black sand is supposed to be carried
into two gold separators, both cone
sli'iped. nnd worked with centrifugal
force on the same principle is a cream
s qorntor. No mercury is used.
Tho Leader devotes half a column In
its latest issue to rejoicing over the
success of Weston's "Free Day." The
article's opening paragraph follows:
The s ess mid novelty of Weston
i.ibtitiiiiitiiitk44 b 1 t'Yce l'ay delighted both the town and
vii)itonf Jt iB jKl,y t)l(lt ,10 ,iminr
III. mil) ton freight steumers had been j !!
ordered today bv the shipping firm of
W. It, (Irnce & '('0. from the Cramp & Tell your neighbor of the sat-
Sons, of Philndelpliiii. The vessels will lsfattlon of roadiug the Cnp-
bo used for trade bclween Seattle und ltal Journal.
New York and nro expected to bo ready j
for service in a year.
Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition
San Diego, 1915
For Flavor and Quality
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