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THE DAIL, CAPITAL JOURNAL. AT KM". OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1916.
Hanan Shoes Put on Sale
for the First Time in
WE HAVE SPECIAL PERMISSION FROM THE FACTORY TO CLOSE OUT DISCONTINUED LINES OF HANAN SHOES IN BOTH MEN'S AND
WOMEN'S STYLES AT PRICES LESS THAN THEY CAN BE REPLACED AT WHOLESALE PRICES-
ALL $7.00 AND $8.00 BROKEN LINES HANAN SHOES NOW GO AT r ........ $4,95
THOUSANDS OF PAIRS OF BROKEN LINES IN OTHER MAKES TO BE CLOSED OUT AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST. DO NOT MISS THIS
-GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO BUY SHOES AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES
ALL SHOES EXCEPTING WITCH ELK, GROUND GRIPPER AND BALL BAND AND REGULAR LINES OF HANAN SHOES ARE NOW ON SALE
LOOK OVER THE FOLLOWING PRICES CLOSELY
EXTRA SPECIAL LADIES' CLOTH TOP AND KID TOP PATENT LEATHER BUTTON SHOES, ALL
SIZES AND WIDTHS, NEW UP-TO-DATE LASTS, REGULAR $4.00 and $5.00 GRADES GO AT $2.95
EXTRA SPECIAL LADIES' PATENT TAN AND GUN METAL BOOTS, 12-INCH TOPS, BEST STYLES,
BOTH BUTTON AND LACE, REGULAR PRICE $6.00 NOW GO AT $3.95
WOMEN'S KID PATENT TIP LACE SHOES, ALL SIZES REGULAR PRICE $3.50 GO NOW $2.45
EXTRA SPECIAL BOYS GUN METAL, BUTTON AND LACE IN NEWEST STYLES, ALL SIZES, WIDE
WIDTHS, REGULAR PRICE $2.75, NOW GO...,, $1.95
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S ODD LOT OF RUBBERS REGULAR PRICE 75c AND $1.00 NOW GO AT 50c
CHILDREN'S ODD LOT OF RUBBERS, SIZE 4 TO 7 1-2, REGULAR PRICE 50c, GO AT ....... . 10c
WOMEN'S LIGHT KID DRESS SHOES. GOOD GRADES FOR $3.50, GO AT $2.65
rw MEN'S RUBBER BOOTS regular $3.50 and $4.00 grades, toth snag proof
and plain rubber in sizes from 9 to 11 will go at the very low price of
All $4.00 MEN'S SHOES, TAN AND BLACK, BUTTON AND LACE, NOW GO AT .$3.35
ALL $5.00 MEN'S SHOES, TAN AND BLACK, BUTTON AND LACE, NOW GO AT $3.95
ALL $6.09 MEN'S SHOES, TAN AND BLACK, BUTTON AND LACE. NOW GO AT $4.95-
ALL $7.00 MEN'S SHOES, TAN AND BLACK, BUTTON AND LACE, GO AT 1 $5.95
ALL $3.50 LAKES' SHOES, KID AND PATENT, BUTTON AND LACE, NOW GO AT $95
ALL $4.00 LADIES' SHOES, KID AND FATENT, BUTTON AND LACE, GO AT $3.35
ALL $5.00 LADIES' SHOES, KID AND PATENT, BUTTON AND LACE, GO AT $355
ALL $6.00 LADIES' SHOES, KID AND PATENT, BUTTON AND LACE, NOW GO AT $4.95
The Hanan Shoe, .Gf otind
tt, and Acces
Cut Rate Repair Dept
326 State Street, Salem,
Hop Market Prices
Are Holding Steady
Portland, Or., Nov. 17. Hop prices
are holding steady, ns shown by the
sale of the iFlannngan & Cornell crop
of .100 bales, at Grunts Pass, to the
Wolf Hop company at 12 cents.
Thn entire hop holdings of the late
Seid Back, amounting to 1:100 bales,
have been disposed of. The Seavcy Hop
company bought 425 bales of the Iiide-
Well Known Portland Woman Speaks
ITS THE SANE IX A IX OREGON.
Portland, Oregon, "I. send thifl
statement w 1 1 u
ly daughter owea
her life to the use
Tmiii. of Dr. Pierce's Fa-
' write Prescrip
mmi. tion. She was a
f?c,very delicate girl
v'H Detore usiug your
"I Vinvn used
W1C llCBjlliniuu ' ' " - r
liar to women and found it perfectly
wonderful. I have UBed Dr. Pierce's
medicines for over thirty-five years.
"My husband has used the 'Cough
Sj-rup ' and thinks it is great." Mrs.
L. A. Foster, 1502 E. 8th St., W.
When a girl becomes a woman, when
a woman becomes a mother, when a
woman passes through the changes of
middle life, are the three periods of
life when health and strength are most
needed to withstand the pain and dis
tress often caused by severe organio
At these xt'cal times women aro
best fortified by the use of Doctor
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, an old
remedy of proved worth that, keeps
the entire iemale system perfectly
regulated and in excellent condition.
Mothers, if your daughters are weak,
lack ambition, are troubled with head
aches, lassitude, and are pale and sick
ly. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is
Just wnat mey neeu vj nuici
the bloom of health to their cheeks
And make them strong and healthy.
For all diseases peculiar to women,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a
powerful restorative. During the last
50 years it has banished from the
lives of tens of thousands of women
the pain, worry, misery and distress
caused by irregularities and diseases
of a feminine character,
pendence crop at 9 cents, and the F. S.
ohnsou company purchased the Hop
mere crop of 340 bales at the same
figure. The olds, aggregating about 500
bales, were also sold, but the price was
Julius Wolf boueht 130 bales from
I the association at llVs cents. The Met-
schen & Cooper crop of 300 bales, grown
at Corvallis and also in the association,
o .nU at in poTila The Kvln lot (if
'about 100 bales at Aurora, brought 11
Butter Is Higher
There will be a 2 cent advance in
the butter market this morning, as an
nounced by city creameries yesterday,
the jobing price of prints going to 40
cents. The buying prices of butter fat
will be raised 3 cents to 40 cents for
! No. 1 and 38 cents for No, 2. The Bhort
I make of fresh butter and the rcdnc
i tion of storago stocks is given as the
I reason for the riBe. The country cream
ery market is also firm and street
stocks are kept closely cleaned up. At
the exchange extras wero offered at
37 cents, but there were no bids. Dairy
butter wad ottered at ju cems, wuuuui
No soles of eggs were made on the
board. Case count wns offered at 48
cents, with 40 cent9 bid, and eastern
storage was offered at 35 cents with no
bid. Jobbers are quoting candled Ore
gon fresh at 4S(S50 cents and selects
are being sold by creameries up to 52
The cheese market was firm. Tilla
mook triplets wcro offered at the ex
change at 22 cents an,l 21 cents was bid.
The same price was bid for Tillamook
Young Americas, for which 21 Vi cents
was asked. Oregon Young Americas
were offered at 21 Vi cents with no
There was a good supply of poultry
on the street and the demand was good
at firm prices. Dressed veal and pork
were also firm. Dealers were heavily
stocked with country dressed beef for
which there was littlo or no call. Offers
o sett at 3-2 to 5 cents did not tempt
Two prominent commodities, both
of which are in demand at the present
time, have just aeroplancd to new top
prices for the season. One, cranberries,
are in especially heavy demand now be
cause of the approach of the holidays
and the other, beans, aro sold the year
Tound but in larger quantities during
cold weather than in the summer time.
Prices asked are not new records on
cither commodity but are not far from
price of Lato Howe cranberries to
$12.50 a barrel and report the market
as very firm at that figure. Supplies
of these berries are not ns largo as
in previous years and it is difficult to
get additional stocks owing to the car
shortage. Those on hand are of ex
ceptional quality but aro not sufficient
to supply the demand.
Brush This Through Faded,
Streaked Lochs and They
Become Dark, Glossy,
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings back the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, streak
ed or gray. Years ago the only way to
get this mixture was to make it at
home, which is mussy and troublesome.
Nowadnys, by asking nt any drug store
for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," you will get a large bottle of
this famous old recipe, improved by
tho addition of other ingredients, for
about 50 cents.
Don't stay gray! Try it! . No one
can possibly tell that you darkened
your hair,' as it docs it so naturally and
evenly. . You dampen a sponge or soft
brush with it and draw this through
your hair, taking one small strand at a
time; by morning the gray hair dis
appears, and after another application
or two, your hair becomes beautifully
dark, glossy and attractive.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
is a delightful toilet requisite for those
who desire dark hair and a youthful
appearance. It is not intended for the
cure, -mitigation or prevention of
prevention of disease.
ATJTHOB OF QUO VADI3 DEAD
New York, Nov. 17. Henry Zienie
wicz, author of "Quo Vadis." died
Tuesday in Switzerland, according to a
cablegram to the Polish relief rommit-
11 e bail
tee here today from Lausanne,
been active recently in work for relief
Dealers this morning advanced thejof Poland, his native country.-
Statement of Expenditures
In Recent Election
The following additional statements
of election expenditures were filed with
the secretary of state yesterday:
Levi T. Pennington, presidential elec
tor, prohibition, nil.
John 11. Stevenson, presidential elec
tor, democratic, $5..'!0.
C. J. ISright, justice of the supreme
court, prohibition, $12.50.
A. 0. Hempel, dniry and food commis
sioner, prohibition, nil.
D. V. Kuykendall, circuit judge, 13th
district, republican, $243.7(1.
W. D. Wood, state senator, 11th dis
trict, republican-progressive, $33.50.
Frederick V. llolman, senator, 13th
district, democratic, $20.00.
F. 0. Franklin, representative, 2nd
district, prohibition, nil.
Frank 11. Tichenor, representative,
(ith district, democratic, $40.30.
(!eo. F. Alexander, representative,
18th district, democratic, nil.
Oeorgia llallcy, representative, ltli
district, socialist, nil.
Stephen A. Matthieu, representative,
18th district, republican, nil.
O, O. Kncider, representative, IHth
district, democratic, $22.75.
H. Warmholtx, representative, 25th
district, socialist, $2.00.
C O. Portwood, representative, 2Sth
district, republican, $5.75.
Gilbert L. Hedges, diatrict attorney,
Clackamas county, democratic," $125.32.
William M. Stone, district attorney,
Clackamas county, republicanprogrvs-1
aivc, $12S.75. , ' ' ;
Newton W. liorden, district attorney',!
Jackson county, democratic, $08.18,' .
V. V. Mulkey, for success of repub-i
lican ticket, $100.00.
Victor J. McCone, treasurer of the
socialist party of Oregon, $f(i.lH. J
F. O. Stickels, treasurer of the Hugh
CB club of Kugene, $201.75.
V. P. Hitter, secretary-treasurer of
joint local executive board of brewery
workmen of Portland, favoring prohibi
tion amendment "Permitting manufac
ture nnd regulated sale four per cent
malt liquor," $.1,8(17.70.
EAILBOAD SHOPS BURN
San Bernardino, Cal. Nov. 17. The
Santa Fe railway depot and car shops
were a blackened mass of wreckage
todn" and nine men were suffering
from injuries sustained fighting fire
which swept the railway properties last!
nieht. The total loss was placed uti
Half a dozen telegraphers and office!
attaches were trapped on the second;
floor of the depot building. Tbey were I
rescued in a spectacular manner. I
Take a Glass of Salts If Your
Back Hurts or Bladder
If you must-have your meat every
day, eat it, but flush your kidneys with
salts occasionally, says a noted author
ity who tells us that incut forms uric
acid which almost paralyzes tho kid
neys in their efforts to expel it from
tho blood. They become sluggish and
weaken, then you suiter with a dull
misery in tho kidnqy region, sharp
pains in the back or sick headache, diz
ziness, your stomach sours, tongue is
coated and when the weather is bad
you have rheumatic twinges. Tho urine
gets cloudy, full of sediment, the chan
nels often get sore and irrituted, oblig
ing you to seek relief two or three
times during the night.
To neutralize these irritating acids,
to cleanse tho kidneys and flush off
the .body's urinous waste get four ounces-
of" Jad Suits from any pharmacy
here; -take a tablespoon fill in a glass
of water before breakfast for a few
days'nnd your kidnej-B will then ac t fine
This famous bii It is made from the acid
of graes ami lemon juice, combined
with lithiu.' and has been ured for gen
erations, to. flush and stimulate sluggish
kidneys, also to neutralize the acids in
urine,, so it no longer irritates, thus
ending bladder weakness.
Jnd Salts is inexpensive; cannot in
jure, nnd makes a delightful efferves
cent lithia-water drink. V '
(Capital Journal Special Service )
Macleay, Ore., Nov. 17. Mrs. B. F.
Kaiser ,who recently entered the Wil
lamette sanatarium la undergo a serious
operation it reported as being - very
much better. It is understood that she
will return homo Sunday or Monday.
The llaclcay grange met last Friday
nt the hall as usual. Dinner was served
by the ladies at noon and afterwords
the following topics were discussed:
"Does It Pay to liaise Thoroughbred
SpaiL&sg Logging Manager
1 Victim of Accident
! Newlierg, Or., Nov. 17. Olen O. Das
Ictt, manager of the Spnulding Logging
company, wiib killed last night when u
I log slipped from a car, near which lie
was standing, strui'k him ami broke his
back, lie died within a tew minutes.
Mr. Dnssett was superintending the
j unloading of several ears of logs nt
the ispnulding mill about 5 o'clock and
i was standing near one of the cars
j when a log came down the runway
sooner tnun lie expected and lie was
unable to dodgu it. His back was
broken in two places and one ankle
fractured, liaising his head a moment,
he said, "I'm killed," and died.
Mr. Dasaett wns nbout 50 years old
and had munuged properties of the
Spaulduig company here for the past
five yeura. He is survived by his wid
ow and nino children. He was active
during his entire residence here in all
civic affairs and was a member of the
board of trado of the Newberg Com
mercial club. He took a prominent part
in the meetings of the club and was
also all active member of tho Christian
church. He was a Mason, a member of
tho Order of the FaBtem Star and of
the Woodmen of the World, all of
which orders probably will participate
in the funeral services.
An inquest was held last night by
Coroner Tilbury of Mc.Vliniiville.
The "Come-back was was really
never down-and-out His weakened
condition bocauso of over-work, lack
of exercise, improper entiuc nnd liv-
j ing, demunds stimulation to satisfy the
.cry for a health-giving uppctito and the
I refreshing sleep essential to strength,
j GOLD Mi;i)AI, Haarlem Oil Capsules,
; tho National Kcmody of Honolulu, will
jdo tho work. They are wonderful!
Three of tlicso capsules each day will
iput a mun on his feet before ho knows
jitj whether his trouble comes from
jurie acid poisoning, the kidneys, gravel
t or stone in the bladder, stomach de
rangement or other ailments that befall
tho over-zealous American. Don't wait
I until you aro entirely duwu-and-or,
I but tako them today. Your druggist
will gladly refund your money if they
do not help you. 25c, 50c and $1.00 per
box. Accept no substitos. Look for
tho nnmo UOLD MFDAL on everv bur.
They are tho pure, original, imported
Stock?" and "The Value of Lime in
tho Waldo Hills." Mrs. Teknnburg fa
vored tho meeting with u reading.
Theron Kussell and Oscar Chapman
attended tho Literary at Hethel Friday
Young was seen hauling n load
of lumber homo Wednesday of this
Robert Craig and wife wcro visitors
at tho Mercer homo Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Frank Kobinson called at tho
H. K. Martin home Tuesday afternoon
of this week.
Frank Kobinson has been plowing for
Oscar Chapman during the pust week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Swales wore din
ner guests nt the II- E. Martin home
Kev. O. L. Lovell will preach at the
hall at 3 p. m. Sunday afternoon. His
subject will bo "The Parable of the
Kingdom nnd the Heaven." Sunduy
school wiH be at 2 p. m. as usual.
EXPLOSION KILLED 150.
Stoi'kholm, Nov. 17. One hundred
nnd fifty persons were killed and Oft
injured in tho recent explosion of the
Kitssian munitions slcniner Huron Bru
ceni in Archangel harbor, according to
information hero today. The blast sank
another steumer, toro several buildings
to wreckage and burned two barrucks
housing many men.
GO TO THERESCUE
Don't Wait'till It's Too Late Fol
low the Example of a Salem
Rescue tho netting back.
If it keeps aching, trouble may come.
Often it indicates kidney weakness.
If you neglect the kidney's worn
iB, lMok out for urinary disorders.
This Salem citizen will show you
how to go to the rescue.
Mrs. O. H. Deacon, HOS Mission St.,
Salom, SayB! "It has been a long
time since I have taken Doan's Kidney
Pills, but speaking from past experi
ence, I cin say that they are a medi
cine of merit. I had a dull pain across
my kidneys and at times it was very
severe. After I had taken Doan's Kid
ney Pills a few days, that disagree
able ache disappeared. My back and
kidneys have caused me but very lit
tlo trouble since."
Prico 50c at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney rempdv fffc
Doan's Kidney Pilln the snme that
Mrs. Deacon had. Foster-Milburn Co
Props., Buffalo, N. T.