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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1916)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALES!, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6. 1910.
Is the Number and the Place Where the
Yamhill Mercantile Co. Stock will besold
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BEGINNING THURSDAY, 9:C0
Men's $15.00 Suits . . .$g.95
Men's High Top
One Lot Women's
House Dresses 58c
One Lot Gingham Qc
One Lot Serges 52c
All Colors Calico gg
There never has been such a sate in
Salem or the Willamette valley before
and may never be again. As we were
able to buy this fine new stock of gen
eral merchandise at such a low price
that we can sell it to the people of
Salem far below wholesale. . The stock
consists of Groceries, Shoes, Clothing,
Dry Goods, Drugs, Hardware, Paints,
" Crockery-. Dishes, Farm Tools, in fact
a complete general merchandise stock.
We are unable to give prices on this
vast amount of merchandise in so lim
ited, a space, but ybu will find every
thing marked in plain figures in the
store and extra salespeople to wait up
on you. Come and see for yourself.
This is the place to
make your Christmas
Money Go Farther
Good Brooms 22c
Coffee , .23c
White Beans ........... "Jq
All 10c Groceries gg
All 25c Groceries 20c
Ladies' $4.50 High
Top Shoes $2.98
14 lbs. SUGAR for $1
With $2 Purchase
Silver Flake, sack . . . JjJJg
One to a customer.
$2.50 Comforts ..... . JJ 79
The play of Barbara Wlrth retains aU the Important scenes and characters. T he sand storm In the desert and th
finding of Baby Barbara is realistic ally given. The play will be seen at the Grand Thursday evening.
HI ID BRING j j
Perfecting -Plans to Have
Willard Meet the French
3 THE NEW CUT RATE STORE
(Continued from page one.)
Deo. 6 Further large captures of pris
oners and war material in Bumania was
announced in today's official statement.
FieW Marshal Von Mackensen's forces
lire fighting their way victoriously to
the railroad from Bucharest to Ploegti
"In the Bazka valley, southeast of I "Under influences of this movement
Nossin, Kehdiv and Aaarhaye, a raid by i the enemy advanced his positions north
German Austro Hungarian troops' of 8inaya, which in the evening were
brought a considerable section of the i captured by Austro-Hungarian" groups
Kumanian position, witn two omcersi alter bard tignuug.
and more than 80 ranks, with much ac
cumulated ammunition, into our posses
sion," the statement continued.
"The Ninth army, under Field Mar
shal Von Mackessen, is advancing,
fighting victoriously in -its approach to
the railroad between Bucharest, Ploesti
The Danube army clears its posi
tion on the south bank of the Argesul,
taking towns still oceupiod by Kuman
ians, and continues its advance toward
"On the Danube Russian attacks
from the east were repulsed.
"German Austro Hungarian troops
Looks Are Important,
- x "
A good Sat of clothes means more than good looks.
Tha caterial Bastear, the suit must tit; the shape mast hold, the style most
Bet why worry about any of these things when you can be sore of them aU
HART SCHAFFTiER & MARX
?20 f25 ?30
BISHOPS ALL WOOL CLOTHES
$15 $20 $25
Have satisfied these requirements for many years. Their faithful service has
built their reputation. ' . ...
Convince yourself by seeing this season's values and price $15 to $30.
undor Colonel Von Szive are following
Rumanian forces in southwestern Wal
lachia who are retreating in complete
confusion. They forced tho enemy into
an engagement on the Alt. The enemy,
whose way on the east bank of tho river
had beeu blocked yesterday, lost 2 of
ficers, 000 of other ranks its prisonem
and four cannon. Besides this number,
more than 4,400 other Rumanians were
taken prisoners on December 6.
"On the railroad north ol Bucharest
considerable wheat stores, bought by
the British government and labeled as
such by signs, fell into our hands."
Serbians Are Winners.
i una, uec. o. oeroian forces con
quered more strong positions north of
OruniUa and the Bulgarian defender!)
or yesterday were retreating northward
today's official statement said, detail
ing the Macedonian fighting.
The Franco-Herbian forces in the same
theatre of war also advanced... A vio
lent artillery duel is now in progress
north of Monostir.
German Attack Win.
Petrograd, Dec. 6 Continued German
attacks on Bucharest from the north,
made in the direction of Tergovistea in
the Pioleshti region and around Pokan
eshti were successful, the official state
ment declared today. Berause the Ru
manian front was pierced by this attack
the Rumanians were compelled to re
tire. Russians Forced Back.
Petrograd, Dec. 0. Occupancy of a
height west of Jablonitza in the wooded
Carpathians but a forced retirement
later on account of violent enemy artil
lery fire, was detailed in today's of
' "MAIL EAKLT" IS SLOGAN
!, 13, 10,
By H. C. Hamilton.
'(United J'rens staff correspondent.) !
New York, Dec. 0. The willingness ,
with which this country has responded
to tho French need for relief funds
probably will have a strong effect in
putting over Ihe proposed bout in New 1
York between .less Willuid and Georges
Tex Rickanl, promoter u( (he bout,!
'eaid today he lias received strong assur-,
Jances teat Carpcnticr will be given a,
month's furlough from the army provid- j
td his sharo of the purse and a sum stnt- j
ed by Rickard and ilcCiacken is turned !
into tho French war relief fund. '
Miss Anno Jlorgnn, treasurer of the
fund, and Miss Elizabeth Murbiir.v said I
they have agreed to tulie charge of mon
ey collected for the fund through tho
bout and Miss Morgan has guurnnteed
a bond of $150,000 for the safe return
to France of the solilior-boxer. !
" Carpcnticr, in a contract wliM-h should j
be in his hands within a few ilnys, has
beeu guaranteed the sum of KHl.Odil !
f runes ($2U,IIU0) and in addition will
receive $2,000 for training and travel-,
He is cxjiected to arrive in New York 1
about December HI, provided he is given I
permission to mnke the trip.
Will Aid Relief Fund.
Rickard tackled an exceedingly trou
blesome matter when ho began to plan
for Cnrpentier's first appearance in tho
United Htates. He found it would be
practically impossible for him unaided
to provail upon the French government
for the soldier-boxer's release. It was)
necessary for him to tie up negotiations
through the American fund for the
French wounded and ho found persons
oonnected with this iu a receptive mood.
Miss Morgan and Mi-SB Marbury ad
mitted they wero apprised of the pro
ceedings several weeks ago and agreed
to take charge of Cerpentier's share.
This will be .turned over to relict ork
in France, where, they said, it is budly
Rickard has received tentative ngreo
from both Willard and Caipeutier
to enter the ring. Willard has given) Heattlc, Wash., Dec. ). It took Jl
his word to meet any opponent which minutes of overtimo playing for the
ay be selected for 'im by Kickar.1, SeBt,le MetropoUUM to deh.at lh
provided the opponent is not blnck. Ho
is expected to demand at least 50,000 Portlaod Rosebuds at ice hockey here
for his share, but as uickiua never mis ii 'Bu,i " i"ti iuopeiiiii
Are You Going Home for
Christmas and New
Round trip fares will be in effect between points on the
'Oregon Klcctric Ky. December .'10 uud 31, Hnd Jmmury 1. re
turn limit Junuary 3. Also, for all points is Oregon, Wash
ington and Idnho, except west, of Rainier, on the Spokane,
I"nrtland & Scuttle Hy., and eonnei-ting lines, Jiccember L"J to
"5 inclusive, return limit January ;i.
Through Tickets Sold, Biggage Checked and Berth
Reservations Arranged by Local Agents.
Lev Fare California Excursion via the North Bank
and S. S. Northern Pacific. -
INDEPENDENCE CONNECTION v
Hunt servieo between Knst lndepi-udenen and Indeppndenre
re-established November 1!S. Itoats rrcularlv meet trains Ti. 7.
II. 10. Passengers from Independence will be
Knst liidepenileiien from trains M ' and ?.'J!. Jlnat
For further information consult agents.
Iff. RITCHIE, Agent, Salem.
Eleven Mbutes Overtime Play
Required to Wallop the
FOR THROAT AND LUNGS
STl'BMOItN CUtMiNH AMI) lUIJiS
been known as u piker, it is moro than
prolable his terms will be met nil bout a
Willard Is Willing-.
Chicago, Dec. H. If Jess Willard has
"tentatively" ngri-ed to fight Georges
Carpentier in 'ew York for French re
lief, Tom Jones knows nothing of it.
Absolutely netting to it, ' Jones aia
today. It is generally conceded that
Willurd will do nothing without Jones'
"Tex Rickard in New lorn is mying
elaborate rilana 'for the proposed mill
between the champion uud the French
I haven't even had any eorrespond-
ence with Rickard or anyone else con
cerning a bout," Jones declared today.
"I don't see where tbey get this
Jones is expecting Fred Fulton and
t'.nnlr Vn.oa (n Chifintrn tndfiv tn talk
f i ii' i . - r-- j
""""""'J' over plans for a fight in Milwaukee,
announced he had begun through post ..irh(iven.t talled with a soul," he
masters nation wide "mail ee.,,. ijeM en get Into shape within
prVBn-. . v. i. . . I three weeks if he has to," the man
lm!n n -ki hettt tat0,"v 10 Br continued. "Of course if it is to
tr.P li5ivrm!? e. TT" t0, deln:"ik a long mill he may require longer
t JSZL- " thn that. We are ridy to sign for
wa" utgesion.Vr eVb.ieTh,fa'rr"rhin, '-fX T
cel. be moiled early, allressed ,.Iilvi"d more ,f ,u0 P"P"
and wrapped securely; that care be tok
en to affix sufficient postage and that
parcels may be indorsed "not to be
opened until Christmas."
Early mailing is esiiecially necessary,
Postmaster General Burleson says, be
cause the day before Christmas falls
on Sunday and all parcels should be
mailed in time for delivery Haturdav.
A PEACE EE SOLUTION
Washington. Expecting heavier
Christmas mails than ever before, be
cause of "the general prosperity prev
alent throughout the eountrv. " I'ot-
Washington, Dee. 6. A resolution
(ailing for an immediate conference?
the senate comraitteo on foreign rela
tions and the houso committee on for
eign affnirk with the president to form
ulate plans to bring about peace nego
tiations among the warring Knropean
nations, was offered in the house today lure
oy Representative Lmdborg.
SELF ACTINO DOUBLE FUNNEL
Muk one yourself. Good as any $10.
trap sold. Catches hundreds alive daily.
No attention required. Made entirely
of wire which can be purchased any
where at retail for 70c or lens. Your
hands and a pair of cutting plii'rs only
tools required. 1 will send carefully
mado Blue prints nnd full directions
for One dollar only. No other expense
or "string" whatever.
Write tonight enclosing prireud
this advertisement to tworge V. Julian
Albany Building, Jtoston, Mnss.
(rtnle proprietor and inventor of
'Julian's Knit" the well known linuid
for "everything wearing fins.")
Established 1001, at this sumo address.
game of the season on the local ice
before u crowd of 3,000.
Not'cuntent with having their tennis
put up one of the tougest and fastest
hockey clashes ever seen here, "'Cully"
Wilsoa of Keattle, and Tommy Dunder.
dule of the Oregonians, pulled off a lit
tle buttle of their own iu the extra ses
sion' and were shooed to the locker
rooms for their extra efforts.
Lost night's win put Seattle and Van
couver at a tie for second place. Lester
1'utrick's Hpokaun crew grabbed the
lttaguo leadership in Hpokane last night
in the first hockey game of the Pacific
Coast league played in that city, whju
it walloped Vancouver six to tour.
Will Meet Next Year.
Berkeley, C'al-, Dec. 6 California, and
Washington will meet next year on Cali
fornia field on November 3, according
to tentative arrangements announced to
day by Graduate Alnnagor ritroud. No
game will be played at Heattle,
In addition to the Washington eontcst
California will auto meet Oregon uni
versity and the Oregon Aggies, tho lat
ter in Berkeley on October 20 and Vke
former in Portland, November 10.
Advertised December 5, 1010.
Abter, Miss fclizabetn.
Bowman, Mrs. Lyle.
Bell, Air. C. J.
Haumgartner, Mr. oJlin.
Brown, Mr. Fred.
Brooks, K. O. (3).
Cnlbert, Mr. Delson,
Coojier, Mrs. Norn.
Fosket, Mr. Harold.
Hey .en, Mr. August.
Johnson, .Ming Annio Muy.
Jordon, Mrs. J.
l.ightfoot, Mrs. Foster H.
l.nddersnw, .Mrs. Annie.
Miller, Miss Luura
Mcomas, Mr. Charley.
1'arker, Mr. Noble.
Parsons, Miss Ruth,
i'eyree, Air. Joiiu.
"Books Boys Like Besf
at the Library
A number of books in the rlnv Si-out
edition have been added to the eolleu
tion is the thildrcu's room at the pub
lic library in honor of "Bov Scout
Week." fciome are titles never before
on the shelves. The descriptions quot
ed ar from tho "Books Boys I,ik
Harbour, "For (he Honor of tho
Barnes. "Yankee. (Ships uttd Yankee
Brudy, "Midshipman in the Pacific;."
Burton, "Boy Hcout of Koli's HilL"
The record of many unusual experiences,
Hwift moving incidents follow one upon
onothur; boyish fun nnd frolic ubouud
la every chapter.
Collins, "Tho Wireless Mini."
Douhlcday, "Catllo Hiioch lo Co!
lego." Mayimrd, "fVbool Days of Miott
Gray, Junior." An Anieriuun school
story that makes one confident of thn
citizens of tomorrow. It presents idculs
in a nay that must fascinate bovs.
Quirk, "Baby Mton, Quarterback."
Touilinson, "Tccumsek's Youiib
Wallace, "Cngava Bob." Mr. Dillon
pictures with wonderful vhidjieps th
fearful cold, the isolation of the people
who venture into the wild for fur anim
als and tho strange superslititons of Iu
dians and Eskimos.
White, "BUxed Trail."
Rack, Mrs. J. J.
Smith, Miss Matilda.
Hinglcton, Mrs. A. II.
Wacner, Mr. Frank.
A r n a r
arc curve cut to fit the
shoulders perfectly 't,'"r