Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 24, 1916, Page FIVE, Image 5

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, PRIDAY, NOV. 24, 1916.
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Get the Ball Band Rubbers; every pair fully guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction or a new pair free. Ball Band
Boots in all coSors red, white and black. Children's and
Ladies' Boots, Buckle Overshoes and Men's Lace Booties.
A small line of Men's Boots, sizes
9 to 11, to close out
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A full run of Men's Snag Proof
Boots, regular $4.00 grades
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Big line of Men's and Women's Rub
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Get Broken Lines of Hanan Shoes,
while they last, reg. $7 and $8 grades
both men's and women's styles, at,.
Cut rate repair work All Men's Soles 75c, Ladies'
Soles 50c, All Leather Heels 25c. Bring your repairing
here and save money. Best leather, best workmanship,
quick service. ,: ,
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Witch Elk Boots
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Shoes of All Kinds
Doubled In Pricce
The indications are that wearing shoes
will soon be a luxury, or at least the
cost thereof will be Bueh that the aver
age individual will stay ,with the old
.hos from financial as well as senti
mental niotivea. In fact, the retail shoo
men are just wondering where and when
the continued advance in the wholesale
price will atop. For instance: A man's
work shoe that sold wholesale one year
ago at $3.20, wag priced last. Septem
ber at 4. On the 27th of November
-the dealer received notice that the same
shoes ha dadvanced wholesale to $4.45.
That looked bad enough, but on Novem
ber 21, an advance sheet was received,
giving tho price at 5.20, a figure high
er than he had been retailing the shoes.
A girl's shoo that was wholesale 2, is
now priced -at $2.75, and a woman 'i
shoe, sold wholesale at $1.50, is listed $1
higher ou the wholesale list.
(Continued from pag one.)
Un troops under General Serrail are
also advancing, having reached Nezo-
Trepoff is Premier.
Petrograd, Nov. 81. General Trepoff
kt been appointed premier, the present
premier, M. Stunner, becoming grand
chamberlain.
The Duma adjourned, today until De
cember 2.
Newspapers here declare that Tre
poff 'g appointment as premier will ne
cessitate au explanation by the govern
ment in the Duma regarding what prob-
hemg induced bis selection as premier.
too You worn out?
Does night find you exhausted
nerve unsettled too tired to rest?
Is the food-tonic that corrects these
troubles. Its pure cod liver oil is
a cell-buildinff food to Durifv and
enrich the blood and nourish'
the nerve-centers. Your
strength will respond to
Scott's Emulsion but see
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Russians Advance.
Petrograd, Nov. . 24. Further . ad
vances in Dobrudja were announced in
today's official statement.
"We advanced southwards, reaching
Tahul, and at places erossed the Kar-
lal," the statement declared.
Beaistaace Broken.
Berlin, via wireless to Kayville, I,. I.,
Nov, 24. General Von Falkenhayn's
troops are approaching the Alt valley
and enemy resistance in toe west cor
ner of Bumania has been broken, ac
cording to the official war office state
ment today".
The atatement.said there were an Im
portant engagements on the front of
Prince Leopold.
. Berlin Denies Gains.
t)ri:n .I Knvville. I. I.. Xtit. 24.
Partial' iHvinr'fi of ths eiemr north
west of Mnnastir snd near JIakova.
ing the Maedonian campaign an
nounced tolay.
"Between jTeapa rase aim ino
there were strong attacks by artillery
fire."
Sell it Journal want ads will tell it
OKO& CASS BE TURNED
Washington, Nov. 24. To
stave off a feared disastrous
car shortage, all railroads of
the country were today order-
ed to return to their home lines
as soon as possible all fruit and
refrigerator cars, the confer-
ence committee on car officien-
cy announced. The committee Is
studying the freight transpor-
tation problem in connection
with the interstate commerce
commission's probo of tho same
subject.
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Pimples Disappear
There is one remedy that seldom fails
to clear away all pimples, blotches and
other skin eruptions and that makes the
skin soft, clear and healthy.
. Any druggist can supply you with
aemov which -generally overcomes all
skin diseases. Acne, eczema, itch, pim
ples, rashes, black heads in most cases
(five way to zemo. "Frequently, minor
blemishes disappear overnight. Itching
usually stops instantly. Zemo is a safe,
antiseptic liquid, clean, easy to use and
dependable. It costs only Z5c ; an extra
large bottle, $1.00. It wilt not stain, is
not greasy or sticky and is positively
safe for tender, sensitive skins.
The E. W. Rom Co., Clvrln4, O.
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TAIB fc WABMEB
With the magic of a spectacular New
York success still strong upon it, "Fair
and Warmer" will come to the tiranO
theatre on Monday, Nov. 27, whwi 8el
wyn k Company will present this most
dazzling and ludicrous of tho Avery
llopwood royal line of farces, with an
excellent cast of farceurs.
'Fair snd Warmer" made one of
tboe successes ulong llroadway that
run up the stiuidiird for all later at
tractions. It sold out, from its firs;
performance, so that thcro was never
any New York advertising necessary.
It made more money at the Kltings the
atre than "Within the Law" had
made there four years before, which,
till "Fair and Warmer" was the 'big
business" record. It was in demand
from every part o f the country, a good
six months before Belwyn & Company
were able to put it on tour, thus as
suring it an eager welcome.
Incomplete returns, from all coun
ties of the first congressional district
give. W. C. Hawley a lead of 20,2)7
votes over Mark Weatherford, his
opponent.
STARTING SUNDAY
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Sunday and Monday .
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and NELL SHIPMAN !!
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