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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 12, 1015.
Now Is the
TO BUY SHOES
u For Men, Women and Children
The Lowest Prices
g Ever Known Come
A. C. DeVOE
tl 263 Commercial Street
1 Between Court and themeketa btreets
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ON EDGE FOR BATTLE
E Selling out every pair of shoes. It is the opportunity of the age.
&5Mi Men's Work and
i Dress Shoes . $2.45
I $2.00-42.25 Child's Shoes
Choice, Now Pair $1.49
$H5 Women's Shoes All
Sizes, the Pair $2.98
$3.0043.50 Boys' Shoes
Choice, Now Pair $1.98
II Store open tomorrow, Saturday untilMO p.. m. Shop fary
Sale at 263 Commercial St.-Between Court and Chemeketa
Fresh Country Sausages
imido in llii' good nl, lmiuu made way.
How dues lliat. sound fur break fust to
morrow f Drop in and get some.
Vun 'II find IIii'iii fresh, sweet nnd de
liriously spiced, The first whiff will
give you nn appetite. Tlu' first taste
will inn lv o you wish jour c;i prii-i t was
I wire lis grout.
17 S. Commercial St.
Many of the Big College
Teams Will Battle On
Til C A T D r Always the
11IL.A 1 IC EoHt
One of the Most Remarkable rhotodramas
of This or Any Other Season
The Soul of a Woman
A HKAUT-IIOLDING, TULSING MESSAGE
TO ALL MEN AND WOMEN
In her portrayal of the scarlet woman, reaches
heights of emotionalism which stir the blood to
COMING SUNDAY and MONDAY
A $2.00 Attraction for 10c
5c SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTIONS-lOc
By George R. Holmes.
ll'iiltcd Press Ht u 1'f correspondent.)
Nov.- York, Nov. 12. Tomorrow 's
foot bull calendar is iiliout as nttrue
tivo us lins boon offered tlii:i season,
headed by the Yn!oPrincotnn. l'enn.
I syl aiiiuMichigun and Syracuse-Colgate
gniiios in the oust, mid 'the Minnesotu
Chicago and Illinois-Wisconsin panics in
tho wert, on which depend (ho l!i
eliniiipiiiuship of the Big Nine.
The Yule-Princeton gnnio undoubted
ly will att.net a iiiaiuuioth crowd. Tho
supporters of tho Blue will wander liar.lt
, to New- lluvea hoping against hop?
I that Tom Shcvlin has aceumpliMhed a
I miriiele in the Inst two weeks and whip
j ped il team in nliupe that will make u
I creditable chewing ngninst the Tigers.
; The rrineeton partisans will drift buck
lo cheer for what Ihey believe is the
best Tiger eleven that hns emerged
! from Hid Nnssnu in yours,
j Yale is hoping for n repetition of
i the 11 10 feat. Yale fared Princeton in
j thnt year in much the same way brok
en and shuttered, with Torn Hhevlin
but two weeks nt the helm, having
been brought back by frantic cnlls for
help. Hut the old Kll star upset tho
dope by pishing his demoralized charges
; to n 6 to il victory over the TiRers,
I and crowned the Munt a week later by
plnyinc Harvard to n Fcoreless tie when
the odds were about 3 to 1 ni!iiiiist him.
I Maybo JShevlin has turned tho trick
i acaiu thin season,
i Two elevens which have been finding,
I the Koinji rough r.ieet at rhiladelphin
I'enusy nnd Miehifjan. The result in nut
j iinportnut, in both arc weiiker thin year
j titan for many seasons nnd !on since
' out of the championship running. Up at
Hyrneuse thero promise to bo a real
battle. Oolite with tho l?st elevon
I in her history nnd one of the bert in tt
i country faces a touh customer In Pym
case, who held rrineeton 8 0. Colgate 'a
Boxing Season Was
Opened In Tacoma
Tueonia, Wash., Nov, 12. Tho four
round boxing seuson was inaugurated
here lust uijht. with u snappy bill in
tho Entile 's hull. There were Bix match
es on Hid program and only ono draw
decision. Four of the bouts were fast
and clover. Hilly Weeks, middleweight
title holder of this section disposed of
Si Cotehy in a little more than three
rounds. Kurl Connors of Tacomu, re
garded us Pacific northwestern ban
tamweight champion, lost his titlo to
Leo Ilouek, of Seattle. Ivan Miller of
Seattle stopped Hob Yoem, of Kent,
while Kd Hunter, of Seattlo got a de
cision of Leslie Calvert of Tacoma.
duck Hartford of Tacoma nnd Young
Davidson of Scuttle boxed to a draw.
What, proved to be ono of the hard
est fought battles seen hero in recent
years was Unit between Sammy Good
nnd doe liennessy. Good wns given
the decision but there were hundreds
of fans who howled for a draw.
SPEEDY GAME EXPECTED.
Walla Walla, Wash,, Nov. 12. If
present weather conditions urevnil to
morrow the Whitman College and W.
S. C. footliall teams will play some
speedy game hero tomorrow. They'll
have to keep warm.
The Wliituiau hoys were given their
final workout todnv nnd were pronounc
ed to bo in the best conditions of the
season. Although they do not expect to
win from V. 8. C. they are determined
to m ak 0 Diet' fanners play iuird nil
hopen of remniiiing in the champioushii
groove are on the game.
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Two Undefeated Team's Meet
Here Saturday To Settle
The Interseholastie football chum
piouship of the Willamette valley will
be decided in this city tomorrow after
noon when the Snlem' nnd Albany high
school teams meet on Kilpr.trick field
for a battle royal. Beth teams have
a solid string of victories ns n record
for this season autl.it is prneticiillv
ccrtaiu that one team or the other wiil
lose unless' it is a tie game. This i.
the only prediction that can be made
relative to the coming contest.
Salem won from both Corvallis and
Kugeno by larger scores than the Al
bnny team ditl but then comparative
scores often fail near the last of
s uson. Salem is confident of winning
and so is Albany. The two teams nre
ubout evenly matched for weight
though Salem has a shade on the visit
ors. As for experience Mnlem is also
slightly on the long end but the speed
of the Albany team cannot be measured
for a comparison and the whims of a
football game the result is decidedl;
The only element that is a certainty
is that it will be the biggest game of
the year in Snlem and the winner
1)0 the undisputed champion of the val
ley and will be in line for a try nt the
winners of the Portland Interseholastic
league. In the past it has been shown
that the I'ortlund teams have nothing
on tho valley teams anil should a game
be arranged the valley team will stand
nn excellent chance of lunding the
championship of the western part of tl
Miller and Tlincker, Albany's mm '
touted ends, will be opposed by Gill
and Hadcliffe, two of the best wing
men who ever wore a Sulem uniform.
At tackles Salem has stutioned Moh
ncy and Taylor as opposing Miller and
Gildow of Albany. Both men out
weigh tho Albany men and have hnC
long training nt their positions.
At the guard positions are Boat
right and Carson, while Harf com
pletes the line at center. Boatright
has been a lino fixture for several
years, while Sarf was continuously
the understudy of "Chuck" Low, who
until his graduation last year, was
counted theydjest center on a valley
A comparison of the backfields fails
to givo an added argument why Salem
should not win. All of the Salem backs
aro veterans and two members, Hugo
dorn and C. Itadclif fe, were not in the
Albany mix lust year because of in
juries. (Irosvenor, without question
tho brainiest and fastest high school
quarterback in tho state, was not in
school last year. Troctor, the fourtii
member of tho combination, is a star
at open field running and tho offerings
of his educated hoof will back Albany
up tho field, if punting has to be re
Formal Business Session
of Minor Leagues
Sun Francisco, Nov. 12. Formal
business Bessions were expected to oc
cupy the attention todny of tho minor
baseball league magnates who aro at
tending their annual meeting here.
Several committees were scheduled to'
report to tho general body, among them
tho committee on resolutions.
A resolution by President Illewett of
the Northwestern leaguo providing for
the hearing of all disputes by tho na
tional board of arbitration was to bo
reported. The board will be asked to
adhere to formal legal proceeduro nnd
consider evidence presented by wit
nesses for both sides in all disputes.. ,
Tho usuul rumors of imminent trades
nnd sales of, players wore being circu-
Today's meeting of the mngnntos wns
luto in starting. Various informal cau
cuses of the baseball men met nnd dis
cussed tho important matters that were
sciictluled to cko beforo tho mcotimr.
among which wero: individual maxi
mum salary limit, general salary limits.
definite training and the revision of the i
rules limiting tho number of players toj
bo carried by clubs of various elassifi-1
It became known todnv that Second I
Baseman Marcan of Oaks, will manage
tho Nnshvillo club of tho Southern
leuguo next year. I
Git -AT RACE TOMORROW.
LOOKING FOR WORK
Everywhere men complain about
work; even boys nnd girls in school or
business find work tedious and irk
some, but it isn't the work half so much
as their own Lick of physical strength
that makes it hard. ,
Rich blood, strong lungs and health
ful digestion make work pleasurable
in business, in school or even house
work, and if those who ate easily tired
who are not sick, but weak and ner
vous would just take Scott's Emul
sion for one month and let its pure
concentrated food create richer blood
to pulsate through every nrtcry anil
vein let it built! a structure of healthy
tissue nnd give you vigorous strength
you would I'uul work easy and would
look for more. Insist on Scott's.
Soolt A nownr, llltwiulicltl, N.J. 15-35
8ILVERTON IIOIvTE BURNS.
Silverton, Or., Nov. 12. Ktnil O. Loo,
who lives two miles east of this city,
snfi'erd the loss bv fire Sundnv morn
ing of his two story farm home, valued
at $2."iOH. The lire caught ubout N
o'clock, but was not discovered by the
family until the upper floors were a
mass of ramies. Part of the household
goods from the first floor wore saved.
The fire became so intense thnt it re
quired every effort to save tho barn
and surrounding buildings. The build
ing was put up about tnree years ago
and was partly covered by insurance.
Jefferson high school boys won first
and second prizes in the loganberry
song contest, thus gaining almost as
much distinction ns though they were
stars on the football team.
THE OLD RELIABLE"
AT D ft U O G I RTQQR TRIAL BOX uTnTaTLW
FROM PLANTFN (?J HENRY 87". BROOKLYN &:Y
: NEW TODAY
Ono cent per word each inser
tion. Copy for advertisements un
dor this heading should be in by
2 p. in.
PHONE MAIN 81.
PHONE 937 For wood saw.
RKMKMUKH Fred 's Night
Flit WOOD $3.50 per cord. Phone
CITY WINDOW CLEAN EH Phone
DRESSMAKING By day or taken in.
Phone 2174J. Novlli
CHOICE GOAT MEAT flo per pound.
sua iN. com l. rnono os. ti
MONEY TO LOAN On farms. No
agonts. Wills, 711 N. Com. Novl5
FOR SALE 3 cows and ono Jersey
bull. Phono 21IF12, after 7 p. m. tf
FARM FOR KENT 208 acres, also
stock for sale Phono 81F2. Novl2
TWO 7-ROOM HOUSES One furnish
ed, for rent. See G. W. Johnson, tf
FOR RENT Modern houso keeping
appartmcnts, ZI0 South 14th Btrect.
FOIt SALE 13 ncres in timber land,
niiout .1 miia from Salem. Phone
FOR TRADE For yearling calf, flat
nog, unout-z.Hl pounds, Houto 3, Hox
!I2, Salom, Oregon, Novl3
GOAT M RAT 4 and 5c per pound.
imioponiienr, Market. 107 South
Commercial stret. tf
CAROLINE LANTKHNS 100 candlo
power, nlso gasoline irons at Lock
woods, 21G North Commercial. Novl2
HIGHEST CASH PRICE Pnid for
poultry. 1!M S. 12th street. NovU
EOll RENT Three or four roum mod
em apurtmnnt. Furnished. 325 8.
14th Btrect. Novlu
("HOICK GOAT MKAT
("npitnl Soap Works,
street. Phone IW3.
For sulo at
FOR MALE Oak nnd fir wood sawed
in desirable lengths, full measure
ment guaranteed. Phono 79F11.
COME ALONG Down with the butch-.
iirs. You can eat ut Chorry City
Cal'o for 15c, now. KW 8. High street.
, Nov lft
WANTED TO LEASB Small dairy
ranch with stock and tools, might
buy. Addross W. X'., care. Journal.
FIRST CLASS SHOE R WPA1RI NG
Shoos fixed while yon wuit, all work
guaranteed. Jacob Vogt, 079 South
Comniorc'ul. , Nov 17
COLLEGE GlUli Has afternoon va
cant. Wishes to teach and interest
children. Experienced. References.
Phone IS1W, ul'toriioonti.
WOOD EOR SALE Ash, oak nnd fir!
For particulars address Win. If.
Egnn, Gcrvais, Route No. S. Phone
3 El I. Nov 14
FOIt SALE Two fresh Jersey cows, 6
years old, ami u 7 year old bay horse,
blocky built, weight, 12fi0 pounds..
715 South 12th street, ovor garage.
IK) ACHES Good pnsturo for rent, or
will take sheep on shares. Phone
HF23 after 7 p. in., or address It. F.
Schuett, Salem, Route 2, liux 170.
FOIt RENT Cottngo of 5 moms on
156 South 14th, nicely furnished,
gas, wood range in basement, furnace,
buth. Inquire at .101 on South 14th.
MltS. HRYNGELSON Will do dress
making at her homo or go out by the
day nt .2.00 tor the balanco of tho
season. Phone 509 It, or call ut 252
NEW CLASSES In shorthand, arith
metic, business English, and commer
cial law, will be commenced at the
Capital Business college next week.
Phono 388 for special information.
TO LOAN $500, $000 or $1500 on real
estate, for rent, acres in the city,
good buildings and fruit; also 10
acres good buildings, 1 mile east of
tho city. Houses, lots nnd acreage,
sold on easy terms. See L. Hechtel,
347 State street. Novl3
WE HAVE A choice tract of land
mostly cleared, without buildings, on
a good rond. There are 20 acres and
tho price is $150 per acre, it is not
over 2 miles from the capitol build
ing. One-half cash, terms on the bal
anco at 0 per cent. See J. A. Mills
384 Stato street.
FOR TUAlJE 200 ncres of an excel
lent stock much, 80 acres in cultiva
tion, balance rough pasture with fine
water in each pasture. Good 0 room
lii He", horso barn and cow burn, price
$45 per acre, owner will take two or
thrco thousand in city property, or 4
to 5 thousand in smaller acreage, ths
balanco can stand nt G per cent in
terest, for a reasonable time. Bee J.
A. Mills, 384 Stato street.
FOR RENT 35 ncres 34 mUo out of
Salem, 12 acres hops, balance mostly
open land, fair house, barn and out
buildings, hop house nnd baler, owner
wiir leaso furnishing 1-2 cost of har
vesting nnd drying, receiving 1-2 the
hops delivered in tho warehouse in
Salem. Tho balanco of the land to
bo put to whatever crop tenant do
sires, owner to get 1-3 delivered in
Salem. See J. A. Mills, 384 Stato
G(K)I) CITY LOTS To exchange for
auto. Must bo in first class condi
tion nnd prieo reasonable. Chance in
ten thousand to trade good lots in
Salem, for a splendid little suburban
homo, very cheap, ono mile front
town. Splendid pnino orchard best
location in Marion county, closo to
Salem nnd car lino to oxchango for
good residence. Wo have a man who
is willing to pay spot cash, $50.00 por
aero for land-worth $100.00 por acre.
All come but don't all come, at once.
Geo. It. Jacobs Co., Phone 2424,
liayno Bldg, Room 3, State street.
San Francisco, Nov, 12. One of the
greatest races of the exposition season,
tne .t.o,uuu race will be held tomorrow.
When it upoenrs Hint the rnce would so
by the boards, W. G. Durfee of Los
Angeles; Dick Mahon nnd Tommy Mur
phy guurnnteed tho stake as advertised.
As about $12,000 already has been paid
in, this will leave $8,000 for tho trio
to stand responsible for.
Old and Respected
Eugene Resident Diesj
Kugeno, Or., Nov. 12. Ben F. Dorrisi
aged 85 yenrs, former mayor of Eugene I
nnd city recorded for 22 years, and :
member of board of regents of r4c:
university, wns found dend in his or
fico shortly before noun yesterday.'
Heart trouble .was given as the causo'
of death. - I
Death came ns ho had nlwavs wished!
it, it is stated. Ho wont to his work
this morning apparently in tho boat of
henlth. At 11:15 a. m., the janitor of
tho White Temple building saw Mr.
Dorris sitting in his chair nt tho desk
with his hat on the floor, with his head
bent, forward. Further investigation re
vealed Mr. Dorris was dead.
Mr. Dorris had been a resident of
Eugene since 1808. Ho wns born In
Nashville, Tenn., December 18, 182H.
His youth wns spent in his native citv.
In 1848, when but 19 years of age. he
moved to Cnlifornia, visiting differ
ent cities in thnt state. Ho later set
tled in Crescent Citv, where he nmrried
Mis Cccilo Tellet in 1800,
A regular $3.50 Solar Gas Lamp
Some Snaps in Slightly Used
Umbrellas Recovered and Repaired
Bicycle and Motorcycle Repairing
Our Specialty. Best work at honest
prices. All work guaranteed.
Morse & Ramsden
221 South High St. Phoned 687