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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1915)
TIIE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, 1915,
Adjustment of our insurance has been made and
we have had a large force of help assorting and
arranging the stock, all of which has been damaged by either fire or smoke.
Every article in our store must be sold; then the building repaired, and when
we reopen for spring business it will be with an entirely new stock.
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This Fire Sale Now On
Just a Few Prices
Men's $20, $25 $30 Suits scorched (J A
on sleeves, only vpTr
Men's Pants up to $2.00 98c
Men's Pants up to $3.50 damaged fir 4 JtZ
by smoke . . . . 4 I
House Coats bought for holidays, (t fir A
up to $10 values .... PiC.3U
Men's Suits and Overcoats at to y2 value,
damaged by smoke.
Bath Robes, up to $7 values . . $2.75
Just a Few Prices
FURNISHING GOODS AND HATS
25c and 50c Men's Hose
$1.50 and $2.00 Shirts
Hats up to $5.00, Stetsons
5c and 10c
Your choice of our $3 Hats that were pro
tected by glass cases
Union Suits up to $4.00
Shirts and Drawers up to $2.00
Lot Florsheim $5, $6, $7 Shoes. O CA
slightly damaged . . p3 DYJ
All Florsheims not injured will be sold at 15 per cent discount
during this sale.
The fire was confined to the rear half of
our store. The goods in the front part are
damaged by smoke only. Many goods were
protected by show cases. All our goods
bought for the holidays must go at some price
and we have but 2 days to sell them.
Wonderful bargains in leather bags,
collar cases, neckties, etc.
The Toggery 167 Commercial Street
Sale Will Continue Daily Until All Goods Are Sold
of Daylight NowIs Very
Juneau Has Only Two Hours Jake Tablespoonful of Salts
If Back Hurts or Bladder
Bothers Drink Lots
Two iiours of ilarliuht, lipuinniuir ut Wo ar a. mition of meat caters and
II o'rlmk in the muniinK, ix about all our 19 flll,"l wlt" ""' u',,, '"
of the real mmsliine that creeiis into!" well-known authority, who warm us
the lives of those living ut Jiineuu, tu he i'"'tly on jjliutJ against kid
Alaska, Recording to n letter written tl'"b,lt-'- , , .
hv Staey It. Keeves, malinger of the I lhu "VS ' utmost to freo
Owl Diutr eoniiany, Juneau, Alaska,'"10 ,,lo("1 ot ,hl8 '"itatiajr neid, bub
and who is well known in Salem, hav-1 beeonie weak from the overwork; they
i'lj; been for several years with the J. j sluggish; tho eliininative tissues
IVrrv King eoBipi'iny. p in tbnr uni1 tnllB t'10 wusto is retained in.
Arc-tie region, the sun 'peeps over the 1 "" 1)10(111 ,0 I'"'011 t'le entire system.
inoiiiitniHS about 11 oVImk, moves'', neu your kidneys aeho and feel like
along clone to the horizon tor a couple lu,"l's V1' Wa,i .vuu hv8 stinging
of hours and then keeps out of sight ' tne buck or tho urine, is
for the remaining 22. Icloudy, lull of sediment, or the blad-
Husinoss in .luueaii is good, writes ,U'F. is i i-ritii ifni. obliging you to seek
Mr. Heeves. All the old timers snv it;''0'"' """"K tlu iK'ti when you have
is better than ever before for the ivin-'t"'volu "eadacheK, nervous and dizzy
ter senson, und the five big hotels and ' "I'1'11"' ' sleeplessness, acid stomach or
nil the rooming houses are tilled mid ' ''"."liiit ihiii in bad weather, get from
there is not an unoccupied house in the vu"r puannaeist about four ounces ulf
city. -'H1 Stilts; take n tablespoiiuful in u
i.iving is about one-fourth iiigher K,risa ot' WI,,OT before breakfast each
thnn'in Salem. Staple groceries a re 1 "K a'"1 '". ft ivw I.V your kid
aliout the same as Oregon prices but "vyH wl" ';t T1,is I'""1'1"" ""Its
vegetables and fresh meats cost more. ; 18 ut' B' aad
Colli costs $11 a Ion, whites Mr. Reeves, '''I1""' juiee, comliiued with bthia, ami
.mil the ii vertigo family will use fullv siimuiari cmgge.i ui.lueys, tu neutrnlizo
half a ton a month. ' ' 'the acids in urine so it is no longer a
Apartments rent for from 2r, to 'n "" of irritation, thus ending uiiu-
a mouth anil furnished Iiousch from -tbli'" "ladder disorders.
to 7.1 a month. Simile rooms cost. '"" 1S inexpensive ami cun
ironi if i.i io if.io n niontli wlnlo ifli a
week is pmd tor average table board.
not injure; niiikes a delightful effer
vescent lilhin-wnter drink, und nobody
l.iiundry work costs about, one fourth!'11" ".ml(l' " "lislako by taking a little,
more than prices here in Salem. j occasionally to keep tho kidneys clean
"I'V the laboring mini, I believe if active.
he has ii'.joh in the slates, he hud bet-' . i T.TT : r T
ter stav with it." writes Mr. Heeves. !'", ""' l".t. K'Ood,
" I'ninWim.nl 'in fl.n ,l....u ..f f " Wlll'tlHT tllV SUM Ml'tS Or .
3.75 to l.2.-, a dnv is ut all a .nun,' ', s, J ",9 l"!,,"t':'!, 13 m"
can depend on. Without something in ""l1'' ?, l,rL"mt "C
view, inch as going into business, or , , k tl r ,r""', " J1 wr,' -
having a position that will ,,v higher l, ' " : '!,,"1,u. JJeceinber 2,
than in the states. I believe a ,,, is ' ",,V ."' t ,thoSule.n poslollieu
better off in Oregon."-
'( CI' KM 111 iri'fiHiii'L' ulnfiw tr.it- IV,, m '
m to m ,r,nonth o ilrvgoods twstatt oPPTrr,
clerks get from m to HM. Girls got . TNtiTALL OFriCERS
from tr.O to To a month, but. taking in- ; . , .. T ....
to consideration tin) cost, of living, 1 , 1 '"' ,l"H)ill,'ltl"u ' ottic.ers tor tlio
believe the average man or woman ts ' N,."s ' ) etciiin,, wus held 1-inlay ev
paid about as well in Salem." eiiing. J-rnnk iliinlup, of Salem, iicled
l''ur recreiition, Juneau has the Are-!11" installing officer. The officers in
tic Rrotherhooil, n bulge something on1 "t"11'''1 n,re: Com., .lohn Thoniii.;
the order of Hie Moose. llusketball i """'"C eoai., V. A. I-Jlder; .junior com.,
and all kinds of gymnastic games uro J ''m 1'owinng; secretury, V. A. lioiMle;
played as in the states. Tho Trendwell ' treusurer, R. M, Olmstead, and chaplain,
mine maiutiuns fine club rooms for its!''cvi aHiley. ' , , .
emploves, Uuncing parlies are unite! About 20 from Salem, including. ln-
ncijoeni uuil lliey lire ail iiress SUlt HE-!Mlln 1,1 luuri vuiis nun r-ons ut
fairs, he writes.
.luaeaii Is a paradise for duck hunt
ers, as at this time of year one can
take a bout at .luaeaii and in u two
hour's ride .find enough ducks to bring
home a boat. load.
The Trendwell mine, just m-ross the
buy. from Juneau, on Douglas island.
has a pay roll of ijd.W.OOO a mouth and')):
employs KidO men. Their lowest mine;
level is .iillll teet below the surface
and they mill 10,011(1 tons of rock a
day. Dr. Vinton Kllis, sou of Dr. (I. V.
Kllis, of this' city, is physician for the
company. Sevenil oilier mines intend
to double their capacity within a short
With the sun staying out ot sight in
tho winter time and shining for 20
hours at a time in summer, an alarm
clock is a necessary part of one's
equipment in order to know when to
Veterans were present. - Following the
installation a bauipiet was nerved.
The next meeting will be on .Monthly
evei.'nig, December 20. ,stnytoii Stunii-erd.
WAR NEWS OF ONE
YEAR AGO TODAY
The allies begun it new 00
mile Trout offensive between
Ulieinia and Verdun. r'rnuctf
appropriated ifl, 100,000,001) for
the war. (ionuiiu armies threat
en Warsaw.. There was tin- .n
u Christ mas truce, l-jupei or
I'lnn, Josei was erported dying.
Forbes Robert son's Last Visit
aw!L.,. . ..
When Sir Johnston l-'oibes llobeilson
tho greatest Knglish speaking ai-tor
comes to tiio (Iruiul theutre, l-'riday,
De uber 21, he will be seen for the
positively last lime in this city.
I'orbes ltiibertsnn 's iniewell Is real, lie
will never return to Ihose cities to
which he has said farewell. The very
man guarantees his farewell. Theal il
eal farewells have been no much abused
that the public has come to doubt the
genuineness of u Iniewell these days,
but in the ease of l-'iirbes Kobertsoii
one cHiiuot but believe his sincerity.
His entire career has been such as to
warrant belief In his mini.
I'orlies Uotiertson lun always avoid
ed the hciihuI liiiiiil ill advertising. Per
haps had he indulged la more press
Ngenev would be retiring a far weal
thier man thuu he is, but it was nut his
wiiv, Modest nlwavs, he lias shunned
anything that smacked of untruth, lie
I has always been honest with his pub
lie, whether in his acting or ill his per
hi mi ii I exploit I ion. fur years he would
nut. allow his pint mil to be used in
; bill posting und even now his photo
graphs never figure on the billboanls.
Tl uly Ihiug of this mi I me that ho
nermlts is a lithograph, which ill it
sell' is a handsome, dignified piece of
work, being n leproduetioii of a paint
nig of hi in-i'll' by tne well-known Lou
don artist, (leorgo llarcmut. This
painting was exhibited in the liuudnu
I lloyiil Academy la 11112 ami shows the
j actor as he appears today, nut as h up-
.pcHied twenty years ago!
I With the' possible rtceidiuil .of
Maude Adums, no player's liuiiie life
ii n 1 1 irivule existence is su little known
i lis that of l''oi ben Kobertsoii, Hi yninl
I the fact that he is iiiniried In (iertiudo
. lllliott, the dimming American actress,
and tout he liss four children, nothing
lis known of his lite ol't' the stage, '