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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 16. 1016.
the BIG SHOE SALE!
The first half of the month has gone beyond our fondest hopes, now we are go
ing to start on the second half and make the second half of the month a greater
success than the first. This sale has increased in volume right from the first.
Each day the news is spreading about the great bargains offered in this sale
and each day the trade becomes heavier. - Dont miss this opportunity as shoes
will never be bought as low (again. Buy shoes for the next year or two and
SOME OF THE PRICES THAT
WILL MAKE THE BIG INCREASE
Jtj Our entire stock of Hanan Pumps, regular $6 now go at . . ,
entire stock of new and up to date $5 Pumps, go at $3.35
HI Our entire stock of new Spring styles in $4.50 and $4 Pumps, go at ... . $2.95
All other Pumps, broken sizes and odd Iots go at ......... $2.35 and $1.95
Broken lines Men s Hanan $7 Oxfords now go at $4.95
Broken lines Men's $4 and $5 Dress Shoes now go at $2.95
Broken lines Ladies' $4 and $4.50 Dress Shoes, all styles.go at ... . $2.95
A chance to try the famous Ground Gripner $6 Shoe, now $4.95
g 150 pairs Ladies' $5' white New Buck Button Sport Shoes go at ...... . $3.95
noire nf Mon'c Fllr Role
i;vv jiiuia ui iiivii o um isiuo, tvguiui yfaiuv iv fs, gu ui yl.JO
300 pairs of Men's, Women's. Boys' and Children's Tennis Shoes go at .... 50c
500 pairs Children's barefoot sandals, all sizes up to 2, go at 95c
100 pairs Men's Work Shoes in tan and black, $3.50 grades at $2.65
Boy's Shoes, all sizes, $2 to $3, now go at $1.35, $1.65, $1.95
Men's Oxfords up to $6 grades, all sizes and kinds now go at $2.95
200 pairs of English made Shoes, $6 grades, go at $3.95
150 pairs Ladies' $5 white high heeled lace 9-inch boots at $3.35
Special Agents for
Ground Gripper Shoes,
Cut Rates on all
Next to the Ladd &
There Is No Better
Niici' explained that the- majority Pork, Vtal end MDVton.
proposition merely said that the demo- j Veal dressed 8fri Ca
I 'arty tavored won.nn imtf'rage . Pork, dressed "lt)e.
ami referred it to t lie states. iPork, or. foot
Judge Monro of Pennsylvania, want- '.Spring lambs,
oil to know if states such as Olio, for 'Meets
iiistani'Vi' where yu,ffinige iad tvvi.- Cowt
been defeated, if there would not bo a Hulls '
perplexing question to know what the Kwes ,
denrWrats stood for if still u thiid time; Wethers
tlio mattov lioull t-oiiie up. - N-niitorl
hoy. Pittaiun of Nova.la, m-xt mtnW a i Tuiiiiitoi ,
I rooming woman (oittniirto iffi-n. .up-1 Col'bace
'nrr;vd by rooting frmn tl'e srallorii-s I ( 'i:i-iiiiil.rts
and. vigorous hist-s fniiu M.'i-tinns of ; $trics garlic
tlietloof. .Sonator Wali 'of Moi.tanu, j Potatoes, cwt
ooiiiMiided the run- for tht majority. I Potatoes', now
.lames then put the question and the j B'tete .
platform was adopted with a r.arvof i Afraracas . ... ..
The .Massachusetts delegate hur-1 Radikhf i
hall slinking his list! Green onion
' 'uKfo.-ldli . ..
. 4 fir.' 5 3-iin
'1 l i'x
Thomas R. Marshall, Vice President
nedj out of the
Delegate Palmer of Pennsylvania.
pro(-iitod a resolution ' providing for
uieilinds of selecting delegatex, which
I ao ctiiLfiitoiu then, nt ::i:ll
uljouiued tine die.
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the enthusiasm l.y waving the Texas C'hicugo a man who he said "had not
"Lone Star'' fh.g over the heads of.opeued his lips for six Years."
the crowd from the chairman's ros- T., .., . , ' . .....
..... .1 . thev did not dare iimiiiniite K ihu
mm, Other state tlag. were taken to,Kf ..j,,,, of miu,, ,, ,,, .
the Plattorin, an. the m.wd joined m . .,.,., he ,(,ntiu,(,. ..Tlicv tli1 nt
lrv f Am", "ii'ld Pdaek .loe,"
I sje ;Jc jc
the soul of
pl.1. i und got
"The KeJ White and P.lue," and oth
ern. After the demonstration had been
under way :!0 minutes, New York and
some other delegates resumed their
seats. Waving a cane over the n
at tiic chairman s desk, Senator
Hughes renew the clamor by lead-i
in three cheers for the president. j
The band exhausted the list of popu
lar airs, then turned to "TippeiHry " j
and the crowd joined in the chorus.;
Some of the delegates stopped dem-l
onstrating long enough to drain pop I
ooim-s anu .uen wen, o u k , , . ag, Wl,,yh of MoIltuIl!li ,, ronji)1(J
dare to nominate Senat
of the men who have In
the reput'lunn party.
"They did not daie Di-minate a man
who has been responsible for their con
duct so they went into the ciiuieumbs
riator More, chairman of the reso
lutions committee, was presented by
Juuies after Ki ed hud concluded. He
suid he had not ha1 any sleep for 4S
hours and that some of his colleagues
on the committee, "with presumption,"
had suggested that since they were
more youthful, they should read the
platform. He then introduced Senator
The following price for fruits
arid vegetable ate those atkfd.by
the wholesaler of the retailer, and
not what is paid to the produeer.
All other prices 'are those ptid the
producer. Correction are made
'Band Concert at
a record which has won for him the'
j congratulation!! of iiifr friends as he
I was one of the leader in the move-
(""apital Journal Special Service) ment which resulted iu the present up
- Stavton, Or., June Hi. The anuualjto date bi;'h school building of which
rhool election will take plai-e next j the entire country is proud. j The second band concert of the sea-
Monday at tho high school building. Rev. T. ri. ford of Salem held the 'son will be given in WilNon park this
The directors are K. M. Olmsted edU-jthird quarterly eonfeienee in the evening beginning at S m'clock. The
cr of the Stayton Mail, George Hrovvn .Mtheodist Kpiseopal church here Wed-; specials tor the evening ure a from
and William Smith. The term of tbejnesday night, the pastor reporting the; bone solii, by Oscar Stodhamnicr and
1'irsT mentioned being up, and not hav- accession of tcu adults lu church meni- the singing of'" Down Home in Tenn
ing a candidate leaves that vacam'y bership since the la-v iiarierly eon-lessee" bv Tom Ordemann.
to be filled. A. U. -ardner ono ot tuoiterence. I March, "Jewell's Triiumdi" K:i
Kev. Mr. Ware of St. ,lohn, Wash.,11
.who has been holding meetings in thei
'crowd while the demonstration was
going on. Toe crowd roared and sev
eral women suffrage workers with
golden umbrellas and yellow sweaters
; mounted the platform and held a suf
'fiagt? umbrella over the head of rep
resentative Heflin of Alabama, one
of the most vigorous "antis" in eon
igress. He -apparently enjoyed the fot
' The band, its rr i toire taxed, turn
;ed to such ancient ballads as "On the
Hanks of the Wabash" mid "Turkey
; in the Straw. "
At 11::;0 al! but a few delegates
had taken their places,
'readv to go on, and at ll::fi ' hairrnan
James sounded the first gavel rap.
i The demonstration bud lasted " mill
'utes." Delegates Clamor for Vote
i The roll '-all of states was resumed
'and Arizona viel.led to Ohio, Governor
i Harmon, of Ohio, made the
!,.. ,.i;., ..i, r, .,.k.,u- e
Wi ?nn Yxv inniffht ntiHon
heaviest, turpayers ot the district,;
nresident of the farmers and Mer-i,
position. The retiring officer has tnadei
chants Lank, proprietor ot me iiour (;, ,.h.,r,.-u hU s x
u-.ill and owner of the excelsior null, ,Sun,,av nis,t Several accessions to
is being favorably mentioned tor the' h , . - .. .
estiug sermons. Afj. Ware foroerly
lived in this neighborhood and his for
mer friends were glad to greet him.
Mr. aud Mrs. K. M. Oinisted will
visit in Portland on Saturday.
Mrs. Martha Decker has arrived
home in Stayton after visiting her
daughter during and. after the Rose!
caruival in Portland.
Miss Nellie Shreve who bus been
More Fresh Air
in Portland and Dallas is home''
. Moderate in Your
Eedr.ce Your weight.
. Oil of Korein.
. ; visitiu
Lack of fresh air it is f-aid weakenjjfor the sumiuej-. I
the oxygen carrying power of the blood, j Mis Mabel Cmr lner daughter ot':
the liver becomes sluggish, fat lecumu-1 councilman J. if. Gardner. Vho has! "
latos and the action of many of tho- been employed at .North Powder in
ital organs are hindered thereby. The Eastern Oregon, is visiting her par-
heart action becomes weak, work iiancntK here for the Mimnier. ,
effort and the beauty of the figure is; ,r. , vr, niri. ,ev visited.
destroyed. . 1 1 lie former's ptirents In '.orvnllis last I
fat put on by indoor life n nujealthy j Sl11,lliv 2inc an, ri.t ,.!,, i,v ,.!
tr.d if nature is not assisted in throw-j T,,,;.e is a yrw race on fur the
ing it off a serious case of obesity may Vli.(iuf p,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,'), here, Art,nr
result. . f.lder having resigned the position'
- When you feel tliat you are getting The eoutestants. are Miss Delia Her-'
too stout, take tne matter in nana mi wb , hn afcj,t(,, to Mr.1
ftverture " F'ione Dunce" Suppe,
Humoresipie "Magpie had J'ari-ot''!
Trombone solo "Tramp. Tramp,!
Tramp" Goblniali, Oscar Stcelharrmer.'
I'oyniel opera selection "The Onlc-Gii-1"
Herbert. " j
Vocal solo "Down Home in 'lid Ten-'
nessee" Donaldson, Tom Ordemann.
(a) "Howl of Pausies" Keynard.
(b) (Keijue.-t) "American Patrol'
M each em.
Concert Waltzes "Spirit of I.ove'
(a) '' Pizzicaio Polkn" sirauss.
(b) "Iiolian Sngwa" Alleu.
March "All An, erica" Zaine.-nio.
$ $ sc
BE CAEEFUL IN USING A
j The second speech in seconding the
'president's nomination was made by
(Governor Stuart of Virginia, to whom
(the Arkansas delegation yielded. He
Iferring to Virginia as "the mother of
i presidents, " Governor Stuart, referred
! to the president as "ber illustrious
I The delegates wnnte.l to wait no
longer and cried, "Vote! Vote!''
On motion of Senator Hughes, of
New Jersey, the rules were suspended
and no ballots whatever were taken.
The delegates simply roared, "Aye"
when the names of Wilson and -Marshall
were called successively, an1
Chairman James declared them nomi
nated by acclamation. Senator Kern,
nominating vice-president Marshall,
and discarded a long prepared speci.'b,
Hint simply said:
"1 nominate, Thomas Riley
l The nominations of both candidates
were completed four minutes before
I The convention tin
CAEEFUL IN USING
SOAP ON YOUB HAIR
fl'npital Journal Special Service.)
Macleay. Ore.. June. PI. Owing to
ickness of Macleay 's correspondent
no news was published last week and
this ncvs is somewhat behind time.
take the matter in hand at
once. Don t wait until your ngure nasi ,jpr
It-come a Jose ami your nemio rumt'i
through carrying around i burden of
uLsightly and unhealthy fat.
Spend as much time ns you pos-ihly
tan in the open; breathe deeply, and
jet from Central pharmacy or any
druggist a box of oil of korein
spsules; tale one after each meal an1
on before retirinu at niuht.
Weigh yourself every few lays and
teep up the treatment until ou are
down to normal, oil of korein is ab
eolutely hnrmle-s, is plea-ant to take,
helps the d-'gesti.m and even a few days
treatireit ha been reported to -tow a
aotice ible reduction in weight.
for some time, ami K D. Alex
under editor ot' the Stayton Standard.
Mr. Alexander is a life hmg deinociat
ami bis friends state he -tanIs a good .
show of getting the po-ition whn h it
is -aid pays 1 10".
Manv l;!is were fly in- throughout
the biisiiic-s -tci-iion aiol residential'
part of town on flag .lay.
Tin" family of councilman I'liaib'S
I). Stayton are lamping for the sum
mer on an i-land near Hie city.
Mr-. .1. W Mayo ariivcl home tlif
week from a !'or;lHnd is:t.
Manlev S:evart who has b.cu in
Portland i hoite i.niu. dl.-t.
Most soaps and prepared sli.unpoos: the
coutam Ion muni alkali, which is rery
injurious, as it dries the scalp and
makes the hair brittle.
The best thinz to use is just plain, "'' Pdigree lias rented the Griffith
mulsified encounut oil. for it is purei place in the hills for the next year,
knd entirely grcascless. It's very cheap' tbe consideration being .1,0''0 cash,
a iii I beats the mo-t expensive soaps or! Onie Martin mid family, l.'has. Kens
anything el-e ill to pieces. You can! den Mid family, .luck Pulton and wife
get this at liny drug store, and a few anil Albert Jacobs motored to Mehaina
ounces w ill la-t the whole family for ' Sunday for a pb'iiure trip,
months. ' i Strawberry picking is at its height
Simplv moisten the hair with water and crows of pickers are at vyork in
and rub it in. about n tea-poonful isi three vurds near Mnclony. Onie Mar
all that is reuiiv.l. makes an abiiml-j tin. Wui. Haib y njol Dan Miller are
ance fif ridi, cn-nniy bither. cleanses the posi-s.o of these yards hud III)
tho!ouc,hly, am) rin-e out ea-ily. The i rc.oi.t fair crops.
hair i)iie- quickly aiol evenly, and is H. li. Martin atol family motored to
soft, fre-h looking. bright, fluffy. ; Mileiji Tue-dar evening to attend the
wavy, and eay to ban-lie. flesilcs, it ..pi ning bni.l eoncert.
--! inn .ti cs in, i i-er aii'o: 01 m
I ucing greeted with the closest atlen-
tion and frequent hand clapping.
, The loudest apfilau-e of the reading
greeted the platform's attack on hy.
.phenated citizens and organization
which sought to infliiei Amerieuns.
j Senator Hollis of New Hampshire,
took up the rending of the pliuform.
The labor legislation pledges were giv
. en a big oval ion.
i 'J'he woman suffrage n commendation
;was also greeted with cheers and pro
I Heading of the platform was oomplc
!ed at l:i2--with a goodly niuud of
lii.ers rtid hun1 i.lin.i n
apparently Arimment BMn,
Mono moved adoption of the. commit
tc's icjiort and when he saw at least
two delegates shontine- for recoonition.
I ho demanded the previous iuestion
I which would have the effect of shutting!
oi l all debate. It, was apparent n, niu-1
jnrhy of the delegates reseuled any!
flno to shut off debate. ' I
Delegate I.aniosne insisted in being,
heard aud rend tin amendment that the
democratic, party "sympathizes with
the Irish people" in' their revolt and
desire for liberty. Groans, laughter,'
hisses and shouts of "raus mit him,"'
greeted the amendment.
.Tames at once announced that all
amendments offered from the floor had
to be referred to the resolutions coin
mittee. T.amosne protested in vain. !
Governor Ferguson of Texas, was
recognized and pro-ented ihe minority j
resolutions i mittee report. Thirty .
minutes was allowed for debute on both
Ferguson had only one poini .,f dif
ference with the majority. It related
to the suffrage (.lank and rend:
"The deinoi-intie party has always
stood for the sovereignty of the sev
eral states in the control and rcgiila-
tion of election. We reaffirm the his-
torie position of ouf party and favor,
that wise provision of the 'constitution, '
the power to prescribe the iiialifici.
tiotis o'f their electors."
The Closing Scenes. ;
The rsolntinn wa signed by four
members of the committee.
Governor Ferguson held that fllop
tion of the plank as recommended bv
the majority would be a departure from
the tenets of the democratic faith laid
down by Jefferson nn.) followed by
Jackson. He said it was purely pnliti-
eal expediency nnd he intimated that
Mills are paying mi ,-,. ,,.ut
and this price is governed entirely by
Portland (plot at ion.. Oais are U)MJ
weal,; with a price of IIS and -til.'.
Cucumbers have come down, to 'faith
in price as the droi. within the last
! few days was from sni ,-. ,:t a , (oz.cn to
.VI cents. New pot nines' ere whole
jsaleing m 3 ,..-uts. Oregon onions an-
out of the market, but the California
j supply is coining in.
With the coming of hot w-uthi-r,
i lemons are advancing with .juotHtioos
: at $-f..Vl and
1 'racked corn ...
Shorts, per ton
Alfalfa, California, ton
Green peus . .-. !io'IOo
Carrots, sack,, new , $3.75
Ct.rreis, dozen in0
Onions, I'uHtnrma 9t.rt.0f
Florida celery 00
Oinncies, Valencies , tU.Tri
l.iuioj's. per Imiv .' -t,.'.n.t' $5.00
BanariiB, pound ilo
Cnlifernia grape fruit $3 1)0
Florida grape fruit fi.00.7j $17 00
IPmeappIei . . 7 i-2-
1 Sfravvl erries ipI.OOiTt'J 1!5
.Clerries, box (1.30
I B-etaU Prices.
1 Fggs, per do:en, fietb ranch V,Un
Sugar, ef,ne , $H 75
S igur, beet 8.S5
' reunery butter 3 jc
flour, hard wheat 1. liiV't..'if)
Flour, valley 5fi''l:!5
Po'rlliiu-I, Or., .June, 10. U'benl
'luh -'4cO;Ui)c; iTIuestem M.'i'ert'.Wi!; .
fottyfold s.'.co ti.l..; ; r Kuss'i.ii S4e
I Ik.ls-No. 1 nhito fe.-.l .',.. '
Flogs, lust live S.lll.
Ptiuie steer, $7.sft; fiincy cows ifti.Ho;
calves SS. ... '-
Spring lun.V.s .
lluttir ''ity I'riHo.ery ilfn-; comiUy
In, tier :"c. '
I'lig -" b cC'd Local rstms 2'Mii
Hen, 14ci,.:4 l.o,.. l,roilc-s i7ecj)
14c; gc.-se lOcfcilK
Creamery butter, per pound .
Country butter I...
Eggs and Poultry.
F.ggB, ciiso count, cash
Roosters, old, per pound ....
lirnilers, ui'.ler 1,'ihiiiimIs ... .
mIm! German Organization
I'liica-o, .time Hi. 'pie 'lniwu-
. . .1110.00 ' Anieiican Alliance today si 1.1 a inos
I sago of congratulation to Kobert Km
I met lim'.e, the ''liidigo del. gate to
S7eth din.ocp-atic convention ;it Si. LoaiM
- -Be, who . list, the 'only opprising v. -to to
. ilOcte' riaUng the, not.tiiiution of l'j'. s'd.uit
Ki rl.c. was q.ioted t(k!uy l,y :ntor--
2le 1 vinwers for ' hhago t-nnors i.s stuliag
Hie, he "bad w.-tsi tilings to hti.i than
l-cli.rty osa.-isui" and that he op; -mod
fce Wil-'oo l.i-a;ie of the dictates of hin
l'i .-ons.-ii 1
"''"''-'' --'-"-tifitri Ml Mtitm mm mi Mi
mwf prn rtlwiiiiiiiiiBiiMBi
; t and flainlruf f.
Try Capital Journal Wast Adi.
the majority of the committee had been j
aninitited in placing the plank in
ly liecnnso they hoped to get.
western states ley it.
"We are asked now to join with
those who would have us lieiieve that
Woodrow Wilson can lie intimidated bv
the swish of the skirts of the militant
suffragettes," he declared. "If this is
n state question and lint a national
question, then what has this convention
got to do w ith it f " If you want to sus
tain our doctrine of state rinhts. vote
for the minority resolution."
Suffragettes in the galleiics liis-e.l
Senator Stone renlicd on behalf of
the majority, declaring that the TeMin,
"made 11 man of straw and demolish
ed him." He insisted that the gover
nor misconstrued the whole situation.
25 to 5
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