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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOU RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1915.
: We have signed contracts with a half dozen of the largest eastern manufacturers to furnish us shoes for t
it the coming season, and on account of advances on all kinds of leather we have made much larger contracts
if than in former seasons. These things, coupled with the uncertain style conditions, make it compulsory ::
. .. . mai wc uispuse ui an Miues now in hwu.
i The best dressers of Salem are looking to us to furnish the new things in all kinds of footwear, and this
; ; also makes it imperative that we keep our stock constantly en the move, replacing styles with the newer : :
: :t ones as fast as they are created. Our close connections with the style centers of the east make this possible. ?t
::t Be sure and remember FRIDAY RUBBER HEEL DAY. All 50c Best Live Rubber Heels go at t
OJNE-HALF FK1CE 25c
if -BIG REDUCTIONS IN REPAIR WORK. ' Men's Half Soles, 75c; Ladies' Half Soles, 50c. All Leather
Heels, 25c; Rubber Heels 25 and 50c. '
' Big line Ladies' Lace Shoes, both in black and colored tops;1 regular $5.00 grades, now go at . .'. -$2.95 t
A Few of the Many Bargains to be Offered in This Sale!
Men's Dress Shoes, regular $3.50 Ladies' Dress Shoes, regular $4.00 Boys' $3.50 High Top Boots; all
and $4.00 Efcs, now go at grades, now go at sizes; good grades; now go at
2'95 $3.35 ' $2.95
Men's Dress Shoes, regular $5.00 .
Shades, now go at Ladies' $5.00 Dress Shoes now go at Men's Short Rubber Boots, reg-
$3.95 '$395 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,
95 hand made, same as men's shoes, Men's Short Rubber Boots; reg-
Ladies' Dress Shoes, regular $3.00 now g0 at - uhrl sold at M now 0 at
grades now go at ' $3.95 $3.95
Ladies' Dress Shoes, regular $3.50 UM gh TP Bf' beSt Men's 7'00 ip Boots'tbest snag
grades, now go at grades, now go at proof, now go at
$2.95 , 1 - $3.35 1 ' $5.95
Men's $8.00 16-inch Hicrh Too Boots, best grades.
double stitched, buckles, now go at ....... .$5.95 I
Men's $7.50 12-inch Hteh Tod Boots best trades: J
double stitched, waterproof, now go at. J4 95 II
WE HAVE THESE TWO LINES IN ALL SIZES, PLENTY OF THEM. AND ARE GOING TO It
' CLOSE THEM OUT.
Ladies High Grade Lace Boots, both in colored
and black tops, regular $5.00 grade, newest style,
now go at . ... . . . . .... . . .
Big Line of Men's and Women's $1.50 to $2.50 House Qfif rontc
Slippers, all styles, now go at .... . . . . . LIIlSi ::
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 slylcs now g0 at -
95c nig . ;
Children's $1.75 Shoes, all styles, Boys' $2.50 Shoes, best grades, all '
go at styles, now go at
$1-35 SI -95 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 ' $2-95
Special on Men's Logger Boots. Big Line $6, some $6.50 and (tl AC;
$7.00 Boots, now go at . . .
Ever Wear Hose
They must wear better
than any hose you have
ever used or a new pair
free ..... 2Sc
i Dux Bax Oil
The only Oil that
makes your shoes
waterproof . . 2Sc
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. It may save your life or it may save
you weeks laid up with a broken limb.
Jfext Friday is rubber heel day and to
introduce the new, live rubber 60-eent
teels, The Price fcihoe company are go
ing to sell them at one-half prlco orio
day only 25 eents. You can 't slip.
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4 Timet U
Lwf as Otbsrs,
of White Slavery
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 18. Strong in
dications that an organized system of
white slavery exists here, that girl vic
tims are procured and forced into dis
orderly houses, doveloped today when
Prosecutor Alfred Lundia opened an in
vestigation into red light conditions be
fore the grand jury.
Another phase of the situation, Ludin
believes is that many disorderly houses
operating here are doing so under so
called "police protection."
An effort is also being made to learn
whether gambling house, are likewise
protected, and whether a certain ring
of men control them or they are operat
ed by individuals.
To this end a somber of Japanese
were questioned late yesterday, among
them being some that were trapped in
a recent gambling raid eonduoted by
the sheriff of fie
WAS NEWS OF ONE
-YEAR AGO TODAT
Rumania called 1016-17 re
cruits. British naval guns
Used Whenever Quinine is Needed
Does Not Affect the Head.
Because of its tonic and laxative ef
fort, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
will be found better than ordniarr
Quinine for any purpose for which
Quinine Is used. Does not cause nerv
ousness nor ringing in bead, Remember
there is only one "Promo Quinine."
Look for signature of E. W. Grove. 25c.
Don't make Junk of it, if use-
ful try a Journal New Today.
What Shall Be Done
With Stocks of Liquor
Portland, Nov. 18. What shall bo
done with tho stocks of liquors that
will be on hand in Oregon When the
Btnte wide prohibition law goes Into
effect January 1 was a question that
came in for discussion at the state
convention of the Anti-Saloon League
Attorney General Brown pointed out
that the law make no provision for
trie disposition or tho liquor stoeki
that will be on hand when the prohibl
Hon law goes Into effect, nor is it un
lawful for the owners of stock to keep
it on hand, so long as they do not sell
it nor permit persons to gather in their
places to drink it
It was also brought out that the
liquor could not b lawfully shipped
out of the stats because the law pro
hibits a common carrier from accepting
lor shipment packages containing more
Secretary Daniels Severely
- Arraigns Attitude of Ship
connected with battleship building may
be put under government ownership.
Secretary of the Navy Daniels an
nounced today that "becauso of a most
serious situation that has arisen in our
national defense program," the admin
istration has under serious considera
tion such a sweeping move.
His announcement followed advices
that three private bidders on now Am
erican navy battlehipa might perhaps
be greatly delayed in constructing them
because of inability to obtain supplies
Tney como to us," lie said, "ask
ing for contracts on just the plea that
tliey will be needed m tune of war as
part of the nation's pri'iaredness. Now,
when there is a profitable business
abroad, they ship their snpplies and
munitions there, and leave tnis gov
ernment to await their convenience."
The plans under contemplation in
clude government-owned or leased iron
fields, shipyards, armor plate factories
and everything else needed in building
the nation s great sea dogs.
The chief obstacle to building vessels
either at the Mare Inland or Philadel
phia navv yards is the time required
to install necessary equipment, Daniels
learned that it would cost $200,000
alono to equip the Philadelphia yard,
but nevertheless this would still be
cheaper than if the vessels were to be
built by private concerns.
HAZE GREEN NEWS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Hazel Greer, Nov. 18. Bevivnl meet
ings are being conducted at the church
by Eev. Dorks, of (,'aHtlo Chaple, Sa
lem. Meetings will continue through
this week ami possibly longer. A spe
cial mooting for men only will be held
Wednesday evening. -
By consent of the oljiss of Borcans,
no regular meetings will be held during
Sunday evening, November 21, a spe
cial Endeavor meeting will be held.
leaders being Naomi Payne and Velum
Shepherd. As this i a ThanKsgiviug
meeting a pound social will be in order.
Bach person coming is requested to
bring a pound of something, vegetables,
fruit, etc. The proceeds will be sent
to Mrs, Meesc, Of PortlamIt whose
husband, Uov. Meese, died recently,
leaving his wife and children in des
titute circumstances. A large attend
ance is urged as this is a worthy meth
od of helping one in need and causing
Thanksgiving to be truly what it should
The Hayesvillo Eiuler.vor convention
was held Hnnduy nt the Jluyesvillc
church. Hazel (Jreen sent two dele
gates, Lacy i'eoples and Alniy Duui
gan, who gnve an extremely interesting
report Sunday niht at the Kndeavor.
Part of tho report given by dulegntes
was as follows: "Address" by Pres.
Feike; Sermon by Rev. Hurry Marshall,
Keikc; Serinan by licv. Hurry Mursluill,
also one by Josephine Hoekett, pastor
of Friends' church in Suleui. Music
was furnished by ( heinnwa band. Of
ficers elected for ensuing year being:
President, A. H. Barker, of Mural Chnp
ol; vice-president, Iacy Peoples, of
Hazel Oreon; secretary, Roche Hron
guccio; treasurer, Rudolph Hansen, of
Hayesville. The next convention will
bo held nt Hazel Green in May.
The mntter of getting piuno for
the school has boon placed in tho hands
of Mrs. Robert Massie, the primary
teacher of the school. Prospects are
bright for the securing of an instru
ment which is sorely needo-1 and will
bo greatly appreciated.
Mr. ami Mrs. Bliss ZieliiwUi were
visitors in Salem Sunday,.
Mrs. P. If. Zie.linski mid daughters,
Elizabeth and Vera, were, guests, Sun
day, at tho Eilw, Dunigaii home on
Miss (llndys Van Clefivo was the
guest of Miss Charlotte Russell Satur
Mr. Edw. Ihinignn, C. E. Russell and
Charlotte Russell were in Sulom Sat
urday on business.
Jack Dcmpsie, of Portland, was a
week end guest at the home of Elvin
Mrs. Lennre Petit has departed for
Salem for a few weeks sty,
Mr. Will Arnold is nt homo for tho
winter, after spending tho summer as
an employee of allrold Humphries of
the Waldo Hills.
Word has been received of tho death
of Mrs. Ocorgtj Zeilinski, of Oregon
City, but formerly a resident here. Fun
oral services will be held nt the Catho
lic church in Siilcin. Interment will
take place at tho Brooks cemetery, Mrs.
Ziclinski'B death will bo heard with
sorrow by tho many friends of thn
family here as sho was well known and
Now Is the
Te get that Winter Over
coat, Underwear, Hosiery,
We can always please you
in both price and quality. .
Logger and Hi-Tops, made
in Portland for the Oregon
Trade. That's why they are
See us before buying your
The House that Guarantees Every Purchase
Corner State and Liberty Streets
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liked by all who shared her acquaint
ance. Groat regret was manifest Saturday
when the news of John Alexander's
death was received. While not a resi
dent here John was well known and his
death came us a shock to many of his
friends and acquaintances. Ho was
formerly a member of the church hero
and took active part in ull church
work. Funeral services were held Sun
clay and burial took place in Claggett 's
At a business meeting held November
H, the 11. O. L. S. voted to chnnge
tho night of meeting from Saturday to
Friday night. Ho Friday night, Novem
ber 13, a goodly crowd gntherod and
dispensed the following literary prod
ucts. First tt debate on tho question,
Heolvod, Tat George Washington
:is a greater mnn than Lincoln. Be
cisioi;vwas given in favor of tiie neg
ative, tho judges being Raymond Ziel
inski, Clement Wolf, Frank Zielinski.
A short program then followed after
which the reading of the paper was en
joyed. The following officers were
elected to servo the onsuing term: Pres
ident, Maurice Dunigan; vice-president,
Frank Zielinski; secretary, Elizabeth
Zielinski; trousurer, P. N. RuHiuussen;
editor, John Cornwall; sereant-nt-nnns,
Hoyee Cornwall. The subject of the
next debate is, Resolved, That Woman
IStiffrngo is undesirable. Eqader for
tho affirmative, Will Dunigan, assist
ants, Anton Rnsniussen nnd Prunk Ziel
inski; negntivo lender, Hoyee Cornwall,
assistants, Elizabeth Zielinski and John
Thero will be a meeting of the Howell
I'rairio Telephone company at the lln
zol Green school Friday evening prior
to the literary meeting.
Hurley Harvey, of Salem, has been
employed at tho O. M". Pcoplo's farm
tho past week.
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. WHITE DENIES CHARGE.
thun two quarts of spirituous or 21
quarts of malt liquor.
Attorney General Brown said unless
this stock is gotten rid of bootleggers
may nn expected to flourish.
Children are probably brighter to-day
than a generation ago but are they
stronger? That't a grave question.
So many pinched faces, dulled eyes
and languid feelings make us wonder
if they will ever grow into robust,
healthy men and women.
If your children catch colds easily,
are tired when rising, lack healthy
color, or find studies difficult, give
them Scott's Emulsion for one month
to enrich their blood and restore the
body-forces to healthy action.
Scott's Emulsion is used in private
schools. It is not a "patent medicine",
simply a highly concentrated oil-food,
without alcohol or harmful drugs. ' It
cannot barm; it improves blood; it bene
fits lungs ind strengthens the system.
Your druggist has it refuse substitutes.
IcoU ft ftiWM, tUmmkld, tf. U U-d
Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 19. Herbert
E. White, real estate douler, accused by
Mrs. Allio E. Hummill of having lulled
Charles E. Pendell, aged diamond brok
er nnd money lender in 1913, today flat
ly denied all the woman's allegations.
Hours of cross examination by polico
detective failed to shake his denial.
Xo fonniil charge against White has
been made. Mrs. Hnmmill hysterically
reiterated she saw White strike down
Pendell with a revolver. White says
the woman is insane,
STOP CATARRH! OPEN
NOSTRILS AND HEAD
Says Cream Applied In Nostrils
. Kelicves Head-Colds at Once,
If your nostrils nre clogged and your
bend is stuffed and you can't breaths'
f reely because bf a cold or catarrh, just
get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Halm
at any drug store. Apply a little of
this fragrant, antiseptic crenm into
your nostrils and lot it penetralo
through every nir passngo of your head,
soothing uud healing the iiil'lnined,
swollen nnihous membrane and you get
Ah! how good it feels. Your nostrils
are. open, your head is clour, no inoro
hawking, siinffinf, blowing; no morn
houdueuo, dryness or struggling for
breath. Elly's Cronm Balm is just
what sufferers from head colds anil ca
tarrh need. It's a delight. .
I), of 0. vs. 0. A.C.
EUGENE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
RETURN LIMIT MONDAY
GOOD ON ALL REGULAR AND SPECIAL TRAINS
Oregon Electric Railway
The Greatest Game of tho Year. Both Teams In Championship Form.
U. of 0. Home-Coming
Friday and Saturday Alumni and Student Rallies, Parados and Bon
Fires, Friday Evening. ( tjaWn
Special Train Saturday
Leave Salem 0:45 A. M., arrive Eugene 12:00 M. Boturn after game.
Regular Daily Trains
Leave Salem, 7:10, 10:10 A. M., 4:28, 6:40 P. M.
Returning leave Eugene 7:36, 11:15 A, M., 1:&0, 6:20 P. M., 12:05 mid
night. 'Limited trains. ,
Oregon Electric Railway
Details furnished at Station or by phone. 3. W. RITCHIE, Agent.
Always Watch This Ad Changes Often
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We have all kinds of Axes, Sledges, Wedges, Haws and Equipments f
AU kinds of Corrugated Iron for both Roofs and Buildings.
A good $800.00 Laundry Mongol, slightly used for one-fourth original
1S AND 120 NEW OVERCOATS AT $5.00.
I pay 1 1-2 cents per poind for old rags.
' 1 pay highest prioe for hide and for.
H. Steinbock Junk Co.
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