Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, August 05, 1918, Page SIX, Image 6

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    SIX
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON MONDAY. AUGUST 5. 1918.
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People Will Creel
Big U- S- War Film
With Real Cheers
Official Photographic record of Amer
ica's achievements in the Industrial
and belligerent race against German;
Autocracy bound to stir the blood of
thousands. '
Willi the praiseworthy object of
sho'ving tti? people of America what
this country U doing in the wnr, de
picting the activities of, tlv nation both
at home and in the battlefields of
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
C ASTO R I A
mytm'mmm';la'Tm'Mmf mlii'T' T'H'11;
w1' )i't"fT'-it'ifMf-"'--'s
II mer Footwear,
Big Sacrifice Pumps and Oxfords Closing them out at Wholesale Cost.
JOIN THE CROWD; TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE BARGAINS
BAREFOOT SANDALS--
Ladies' and Boys' $:.00 Sandals, tan leather
or rubber soles go at '. .Sl.95
Misses and Youths $2,00 Sandals, tan, best
leather, now go at $1.35
Children's $1.50 Sandals, all sizes, tan good
sole, go at .95c
MEN'S WjIRIf SHOES-
Men's tan and black work shoes, $5.00, grades
to close out .$2.95
Men's $G,00 tan and black work shoes, best
leather, heavy soles, to close out $3.95
Men's tan and black Elk Bals, $;5.50 grades
to close out $2.65
$5.00 Harvest Bals, Rubber Soles to close out. .$2.95
mm jfflnFJU
Men's $5.00 Dress Shoes, black only, button
and lace, to close out $2.95
Men's $G.00 dress shoe, black, button and
lace, full lines, go at $4.95
All white patent and kid pumps, regular $5.00
and $G,00 grades, go at $3.95
LADIES' PUMPS AND OXFORDS- ,
All white patent and kid, $1.00 and' $5.00 pumps
most all sizes, to go at $2.95
Full line of Ladies' Strap Kid Pumps, all sizes
regular $4.00 to go at $2.95
Ladies' $6.00 and $7.00 Oxfords, tan, black,
to close out $4.95
TENNIS SHOES .
Men's regulation $1.50 white and black tennis
shoes to close out at ,95c
Ladies' and Boys' white and black tennis
shoes, $1.25 grades, to close out 75c
Children's 00c white and black tennis shoes
to close out at . 65c
Children's Moccasins, lace for out-door wear
to close out 65c, 75c and 95c
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RUBBER HEEL DAY EACH
WIZARD ARCH SUPPORT
. BALL BAND BOOTS
WITCH ELK BOOTS
326 STATE STREET
Fiance, the Vnited States government,
through the division of films of the
committee on public information, deorg.'
Creel, chairman, has become a moving
picture producer. The stage is all of the
great out doors, the actors number
among the millions. Through a sei'vs of
screen productions the people of this na
li'in will be told the truth about the war
The first I'nited States official war
films, "Pershing's Crnsad'.'rs," will
open lit the Liberty theater and con
tinue Thursday, Friday and S:ilu;day.
Pursuing the object of showing the pa
triot'e millions of th." country what has
been accomplished by the government
with the vast sums received from many
sources, this screen production picture
i-v ry phase of the country 's tremendous
war acticities from the munitions and
c:!iir industrial plants of America to
the flout line trenches in France. Can
tonment scenes and activities are shown
in,il"'tiil, green rookies become efficient
W-Wfrffl V 'SI mm
i i.inn.ii inii V-j iiitiSiwi iiiimi tio.i u l
including Mammoth
WEDNESDAY. We put on new live rubber heels, regular
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SEATTLE I. W. W. JAILED.
; Scuttle. Auj. .". Seventy I. V.
:n:aitv of luom fii.;vni uork'rs. were
tuli! in jail here tcilay following arrest
Sunday for government investigation
I a suspected seditionists. They were
taken into custody as th-y stejed
, frim thi steamer? Lil-erty and Athlon
!at Pier No. 4 on their return fiou a
, picnic held on Rain bridge Island across
! the bav from Seattle.
MONEY MARKET
New Vork. Aug. 5. Money on call
5 er eent; six months, ti per cent;
mercantile paper, (i per ceut; bar silver
New York. ' 5-8; demaml sterling;
!4.75 3-1
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NATIONAL W4R GARDEN COMMISSION
Series of trays with ends facing
electric fan, for drying by air blist
is one tf the sueeestions made in
th free drying book being sent out
by the National War Oaraen vora-
mission of Washington to readers
of thi3 paper for a two-cent stamp to
pay postage.
UiV-.'-'SJ X'. Aft
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determined fighters before your eyes, i (av casualty list as killed in action,
oi. s grat ships of steel and wood uijwas 44 vear's old, was with General
the building, aeroplanes, massive guns; v,liiiig'in Mexico, and formerly was
anil tieiiL-ndous projectiles, millions of attaibod to the Sixteenth infantiv rea-
n,m. uim.ui,,!,, o...,rs u.oi uu.. .
nieiu ns iney are oeing niauuiaciuieu. ,
you see great snips or steel and woou in
wintering in the French villages, march
ing to the front, occupying observation
posts watching the Huns; you see the
liist German prisoners captured by Am
ericans; you see Secretary of War Bu
Ker -md (ieneral Pershing at the front.
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A CONTINUAL OF OUR BIG SALE
Closing Out Short Lines arid all Sum-
line Tennis Shoes
LADIES' WHITE SHOES-
All $:J.50 and $4.00 white canvas and duck
shoes to close out at $2.95
All $5.00 white linen shoes, lace only, high
and' low heels go at $3.95
All $6.00 and $7.00 white Reinskin shoes, lace,
only high and low heels, go at $4.95
All $12.00 white kid and ivory shoes, broken
sizes to close out at $9.95
LADIES' SHOES-
$4.00 and $5.00 broken lines, button and lace
shoes, to close out at . ... ..$2.95
$5 and $6 broken lines button and lace shoes
to close out '. ...$3.95
Ladies' Gray Novelty Shoes, broken lines
$9.00 grades .; '..$6.95
Ladies' Champaign and Two-Tone $9.00
grades to close out at $6.5
BOYS' SHOES
Boys' $3.00 shoes, button and lace, broken
lines to close out at , $1.95
Boys' $4.00 shoes, broken lines, button and
lace, black : . .$2.95
Boys' $5.00 shoes, broken lines, button and
lace, black, to close out $3.95
Boys' $4.00 Oxfords, button and lace, black
and tan, broken sizes, to close out .-. . .$2.95
BROKEN F INES HANAN SHOES-
Ladies' Hanan pumps, regular $8.00 and
$9.00 grades to close out '.$4.95
Ladies' broken lines, $12.00 button shoes,
black and tan, to close out .... ..... . . . $5.93. '
Men's Broken Lines, Hanan shoes, black, -and
lace $12.00 grades, go at $9.95
xniiser San Diego .
Was Sank By F,Iiiu
Washiugtou, Aug. o. The
V. S. S. Sau Lugo was sunk
by a nunc, is the opiuii n of
tho court of inquiry, which in
vestigated the sinking of that
vessel, Secretary Daniels an
nounced today.
The captain and crew were
cleared ot any suspicion of in
efficiency. !
J A N 0 20NCEET TUESDAY
I The f ;'iowing is the program to be
jg'.v..ii Tuesday evening by the Chorrian
I band .it Willson park,, beginning at S
juVL-ck:
j Star hiianXd Banner '
' March Co-.?d . Zamccnik
I Owrt'.iic, oPct and Peasant Buppe
j Spanish waltz, Ban Domingo
I A. C. .Marks
I Caprice, Oolden Days S. C. iYnton
I Overture, Kevelry Fred Jewell
V.:cal solo,- ScL'cted
Miss Pauline Liska
-Mazurka F. H. Loscy
Selection, Burgomaster
March, Storm and Sunshine, J. 0. Heed
America ....
VETERAN OFFICER KILLED
Sail Francisco, Aug. 5. Lieutenant
CololV'l John M. Craiir. rennrted in in.
m,..,t at ti)t, frMuij0 uMl., He had bee"
, tile gllrvice 20 vears He eniistej ,iur.
ing the Spanish-American wnr. His wid
ow lives in San Francisco.
Journal Want Ads Pay
Journal Want Ads Pay
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Kji.
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and Elk Bals.
50c at 1-2 ... . . . . .25c
HANAN SHOES
SELBY SHOES .
FOX PARTY PUMPS
NEXT TO LADD & BUSH BANK
PRESIDENT WITNESS
OFFIRSTLAUNCHiNG
!
Hundred Thousand People
Cheer When Mrs- Wilson !
i
Christens Vessel' i
Philadelphia, Aug. 5. The freighter;
Quistinock, the first vessel (0 be launch-,
ed at Hog Island, left lie wav at 12:36 j
o'clock this afternoon.
r'resident and Mrs. Wilson witnessed -the
launching. Mrs. Wilsijn christened
the ship while one hundred thousand peri
sons cheered.
A deafening cheer went up as thei
huge hull started to move six minutes!
after the presidential party had arrived '
from Washington. '
A single blast rom a nearby whistle; j
a shout from a voice on the ship was
tlv signal that started the 7500 tonj
cargo carrier down the ways on its
plunge into the water. j
A second later the wicker covered but-
tie crashed against the ship s bow and
r. feaming spray of champagne l-'a;d
into the air.
"I christen thee 'Quistinock! ' ",
said Mrs. Wilson as the hull glided
away.
Allies Have Decided
To Intervene In Russia
Tokio, Aug. S. Official announce
ment was made today that the allies
have determined to intervene in Si
beria. Allied expeditions, however, will
not interfere with internal affairs and
will safeguard territorial integrity,
said tho announcement.
At the same time, it was learned
authoritatively that a ministerial crisis
was avoided as the result of a diplo
matic council held August 1 in connec
tion with Japan's reply to "a certain
power" regarding the Siberian ques
tion.
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Court House Notes
In tho case of J. F- Morris ORamst
the Oates Mill (Jo. and others, before
the Circuit court, the defendants filed
an answer praying for a decree that
all moneys collected by the receiver
be distributed a.uiong the partners ac
cording to a decree of the court. That
tho Southern Pacific and J.iG. Arni ld
an'J one Syverson'bc made parties de
fendant. That Albert t-chedwin have
judgment for -$14.25 and that .the
defendants have, judgment, for. their
costs and attorney's fees. .
In the case of Jcsie M. Moo against
Clarence A. Porter and others the court
appointed F. K. C'allistter, Chas. H.
King and B. B. Derrick to set apart
by metes and bounds the dower interest
of Mrs. Moe. ' "
The. court granted Kllswnrth 11.
Riches a divorce from, Nina Riches.
They were married in 1915 in California
and have one child 15 mouths old liv
ing with the mother at Medford, The
complaint states that she deserted her
h line May 1-!- Ii' 17 at Woodburu. The
court decreed that while the father of
the child was in tlu army, he should
pay $15 a month for the care and sup
port of the child and $10 a month
until the ehild is six years eld. Then
upon application, the court would con
sider an application for an increased
amount to support the child. He is to
have the privilege nf visiting the child.
Letters of administration were is
sued to Hugh Murphy as administrator
of the estate of Frank X. Lemery who
died Aug.' 1, 1118. Frank Buskey,
Peter Haginaw nnd .lames Hunt, Ss.
were appointed appraisers with instruc
tions to report within 30 days.
5MJ-EE-
GIANT'S STAR SOUTHPAW One of
the main dependencies of the Giants
in t.ht dtiv for the pennant will be
'Slim." Kallee. He was laid up for
some time with ore back muscles but
is oow again in condition.
ROLL OFJ0N0R
(Continued from page one)
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n A. aiii'vcii, ia.ui, vtt.
j JI. Cawley, Scranton, Fa.
An Economic!. Delightful, LijM Place fa -Trade
!
Advance Showing of
NEW -f ALL SHOES
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. Late arrivals of new fall styles, shapely fashion
ed, made of best quality of leather, so well made that
service and satisfaction are a matter of course.
Prices are somewhat higher than last sale, and as
they are going still higher, it is w ise to buy your fall
8 shoes now. A new shade
heels, all sizes, specially
Fawn Cloth Top
E. J. foil, Bridgeton, Muss.
W, L. Covell, Elmira, X. Y.
S. F. Cook, Bernards Bay, X. Y.
E. J. Cook, Bridgeport, Conn.
L. D. Crane. Lawrence, Ala.
H. Cunningham, South Milwaukee,
Wis.
H. .1. Cokely, Jamaica, X. Y.
,T. A. Collopy, Watervliet, X. Y.
K. G. Cope, Bamberg, S. C.
I. D. Allen, Nekoma, X. D.
8. B. Dafill, Xew Bedford, Conn.
J. Durand, Springfield, 111.
J. Demerski, Haydenville. Mass.
T. E. Diamont, Philadelphia
F. OietriNi, Wcatherly, l'a.
J. .1. Uresscr, Xe York
C. 1). Flam, Enid, Okla.
G. K. Faulk, Dothan, Ala.
J. N. Fielding, Ochlockne.), Oa.,
.1. J- Flennilicn, Knoxville, Teun.
S. Fennicciha, Wellsboro, Pa.
C. H. 'Falkner. East Orange, X. J.
.1. J. Farrell, Brouklyn, N. Y.
F. Fuller, Las Vegas, Xev.
I. T. Fournier. Fitchburg, Mass.
O. Gallagher, Giiardsvillc, l'a.
L. Gregg, Fayette, Ala.
K. M. Goodson, Hcbart, Oka.
B. B. Giddeons, 1'axton, Fla.
- Ii. Grnhain, Electric. Ala.
E. A. (tedding, Winthrop, Minn.
S. V. Galln, Bridgeport, Conn.
S. Goldberg, New 'ork
F. P. Gidante, Buffalo. X. Y.
It. P. Hendricks, Greenville, Ala.
.1. J. Hamilton, New York
B. L. Henrv, North Favston, Vt.
H. F. Hitske, Elgin, lil.
.1. A. Heinara. Leander, Texas .
.1. H. Murphy, Hartford, Conn.
M. W. Mueller, Washington, Mo.
K. McKone, Navnmih, Ga.
P. P, McMurrer, Haverhill, Mass.
V. J. McReynolds, Claude, N. M.
J; H. Moorehcad, Memphis, Tenn.
. F. K. Xeumark, New York
C. Xorim.berg, Appleton, Wis.'
K. Neul. Paris, 111.
G. Opren Detroit, Mich.
O. Phillips, Alliance, Ohio
.1. Peterson, Cleveland, Ohio
W. Pierce. Orange, Texas '
. C. Shepard, Millshed, Ky.
J. J. Shea, Willimnn'tic, Conn.
W. StrazynsUe, Duquesne, Pa.
G. E. Springer, Overbrook, Pa.
.T. ' SuininoHs, Brooklyn, X. Y".
M, Sunflot, Brockton, Miss.
E. Terrell, Thcrmopolis, Wyo.
H. Logan, Vertuboro, Canada
G. M., Thi rn, Friendly, W. Va.,
II. T. Hielman, Fairmont, Minn.
,T. B. Trip'ett, Buttonsville, W. Va.
J. Taylor, Lagrange. Ga.
W. (). Thompson, Sterling. I'tah.
D. Hatniaker, Jacksborn, Tenn.
R- JB. Hickman, Lcola, S. D.
M. R. Hart, Denver, Colo.
.T. W. Hudson. Edison, Ga.
H. .T. Huston,' Wildwood, Pa .
H. W. Jones, Jamesville, X. ".
E. Jones. Clarksburg, W. Va.
F. Kaniiensld, New Britain, Conn.
W. F. Kincaid, Sulphur Springs. Tex.
A. Lamore, Haverhill, Mass.
J. R. Laverder, Grove Hill, Ala.
J. C. Lampton, Hudson, Ky.
L. LaCroteria, Rumson, X. J.
J. A. Lowery, Semmes, Ala.
R. Maestas, Cimarron, X, M.
H. G. Marion. Brooklyn, X, YV
A. Martin, Jr., Scinerville, Mass
- A. Miller, Dahlgren, 111.
D. Midgely, Jamestown, X. Y".
R. Miko Xew York
H. E. Maine, Winnebago, Minn.
M. T. Moran, Cleveltnd, Ohio
W. F. Maxwell, Modena X. Y'.
M. Valley, Hicksburg, Mass.
A. Viens, Xew York
C R. Viekery. Dotham, Ala.
F. J. Vanwetering, Hackensaek, N.J.
J. I. Wadsworth, Jlethuen, Mass.
A. J. Werner,- Harrisville, Vt.
.1. G. Wice, Dryburg, Mass.
J. W. Wolfe, South Bend. Ind.
rLed of Wourids Received in Action
Lieutenants H. J. Arnold, Butler, Mo
J. B. M.Carthc, Milwaukee, Wis.
R. P. Saffold, Selma. Ala.
Corporals A. E. Finn'gan. Stonehani.
Mass.
R. Murray Summer, Ashland, Ky,
A. E. Ramey, Cornelia, Ga.
Privates
M. A. Barr, Chicago
8- Beckford, Chicago
I). C. Cooper, Jacksonville,' XV (.
A. L. Coy, Carson, Wash.
8. G. Danysch, West hoff, Texas.
O. Davies, Xew- York
H. W. Deveny, Davton, Ohio
C. T. Edwards, Oakland, Cal.
. L. W. Fisher, Lone Mountain, Va
J. M. Folden, Bedford, Va.
C. L. Foster, Britt, Iowa
A. X. Fowler, X'ew Y'ork
F. E. Hoe, Santa Rosa, Cal.
R. Jackson, Woodhaven, X. X.
C. Jordan, Jamesville. Wis.
H. Langley, Poplar Bluff, Mo
J. "E. Loes. Boston, Mass.
J. D. Lynch, Anaconda, Mont.
J. McCoy, Ashlev, Pa.
of Brown, all Kid, French
price .$9.50
1 $8.50
H. D. Madison, Cambridge, Idaho
A. S. Meyer, Lebanon, III.
L. s. Miller, Arion, Iowa
W. J. Payne, Geneva, W. Va.
M. Dodlesny, Toledo, Ohio
H. O. S.diultz, Waukesha, Wis.
C. B. Ecott. Switchville, Pa.
F. W. Shaw, Xorth Fryeburg, Mo.
R. Stuukard, Indianapolis, Ind.
J. J. Tomshack, Peru, III.
J. Zimmerman, Fulton, Pa.
O. W. Suelsderff, Akron, Ohio
Died From Disease
Sergeant J. W. Freeman, Weather-
ford, Texas
Corporal A. Humphreys, Oglethorpe,
Ga.
Privates
R. L. Batejnan, Wilkenburg, Pa.
J. C. Catti, Allison, N. M.
M. Ilangelo, Railway, X. J.
W. Debose, Eas' Tallahassee, Ala-
P. Goldstein, Xoiwalk, Conn.
U. J. Henderson, Chattanooga, Tenn.
M. Prizzi, Rochester, X. Y.
Died from Airplane Accident
Fiiut Lieutenant E. T. Hathaway,
Houston, Texas
Died of Acc;d-nt and Other Causes
Lieutenant H. K. Larson, Harvard,
Iowa
Corporal B. Miller, Chester, Pa.
Privates
H. G. Ahlyborg. Chicago
C. Dcpietro, Philadelphia
.1. W, Dunn. Poteau, Okla. ,
E. Fisdier, Beaverdiim, Wis.
Wounded Severely
Sergeants F, C. Games, Lily, Colo.
H. A. Daggett, Eldorado, Iowa
Corporal E. G. Scanlan, Irvington,
X. P.
Mechanic C. Emmett Benupre, Butte,
Mont.
Wagoner F. J, ITanon, Blackstono, 111
Privates
G. Maxwell, Wood River, 111.
J. O. Stith, Spirit Lake, Idaho
Wounded, Degree Undetermined
Sergeants B. V. llendford, Daven
port. Iowa
R, X. Seely, Anamosia, Iowa
Corporals
E. V. Bailey, Osceola. Iowa
T. D. Owski, East St. Lnuis, 111. .
G. R. Harris, 310 North Sixth street
Seattle, Wash.
T. O'Malley, Chicago
G. C. Scheleue, Kingsburg, Cal. '
Privates
O. B. Anderson, Mt. Borne, Wash.
R. Bell, Odeholf, Iowa
L. E. Benson, Coalville, Ctah
M. F. Doyle, Dubuque. Iowa
J. C. Hidden, Salt Lake City
A. Knazy, Chicago
P. Ivv, Mount Carroll, 111.
J. F. MnrblcT Missoula, Mont.
II. M. avficld, Farmington. Utah
W. B. Meisel, Rock Falls, 111.
O. Xewsum, Olney, 111.
.1. F. Novak, Chicago
W. Owen, 231 McAuliffe street, Wal
la Walla, Wash.
K. Wrinke, East 1203 38th avenue,
Spokane, Wash.
V. Ross, Epworth, Iowa
J. Sapiro, Chicago
A. W. West, Manchester, Iowa
W. Hunter, Weitchpec, Cal.
Missing in Action
Lieutenant H. A. McChcsney, San
Jose, Cal.
Marine Casualties
Washington. Aiicr. 5. Ma
alties today totalled ten. divided as
follows:
Killed in action nine; died of wounds
one.
.The list follows.
Killed in Action
. Sergeant M. J. Mumhv. Rinnr FnU.
S. D. " ,
' Privates
F. L. Colwell, Vinton, Ohio .
W. H. Farmer, Mason City, Iowa
O. L. Langell, Maiden, Mass.
K. Lehman, Chicago
L. L. Pachin, Hazard, Neb.
W. W. Pederson, Moss Lake, Minn.
W. E. Pierson, Chicago
B. J. Shaffner, South Minneapolisk
Minn.
Died of Wounds Received in Action
Private G. Thomas, Price, Utah
With Canadians
Ottawa. Ows. 5. Amnro Americans
mentioned in today's Canadian casual
ty usx arc:
Killed In Action
W. II. Harrower, Gillespie, 111.
E. C McEvers, Redmond, Wash.
Died: W. Sazma, Chicago
Wounded: L. B. King, Bishop, Cal
Gassed: J. B. Lommell, Seattle, Wash
A. C Armstrong, yfreka, Cal.
E. M. Lafferty. Peru, 111.
A. A. J. Tew, Sausalito, Cal.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA