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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SAT,TO OREGON MONDAY. AUGUST 2o 1915.
"wiry w''fc" 'wy'i-iy''1
eaves 1 omorrow
George Paris leaves tomorrow for Camp Lewis
and we wish to thank all who helped us by
their liberal patronage to - give George the
money he had invested in this store. Owing .
to the new draft regulations whereby A. J. Paris
is apt to be called it is necessary for us to keep
our stock as low as possible and in order to do
this we will keep our prices down.
HERE WE LIST A FEW PRICES
Genuine Kangaroo leather shoes sell everywhere
from $11 to $14 per pair. Our price $9,00
Genuine Black Kid made by the unlocked last
process, fit IK) per cent more people than any
shoe on the market. Sells everywhere at $10 to
$11. Our price $8.75
Genuine Army Shoes sell elsewhere at $7.00,
our price 1 $6-35
Second Grade Army shoes sell for $6.00. Our
All $8.00 shoes at JMjtf
CZAR IEIIS LIFE STORY
'ContinoeJ from page one)
refund money if it fails. 25c !
that ty t
inn, and t
wjcnt. Ueraian militar-
at it a whale of a job but
cut ram"? om rn.M;na wont uitair
and saw Alice, Miwl- ann the pw..
children .she fa-ed thingi brarily anil
healthily. All was dark in the riium
on account of Bit'!1, but they feel
well, f -cpt Marie. ho i only bruin
uirg with the nieaHen.I breakfasted
and dined with Alexin in the play
room. Hiv good Benckctidorff (Run
ian mba-o-udr ti Kiigland) ami
walkel with hi in. Work with him in
the gardena. I am aot allowed to go
farther.. Afterward we brought my af
faira into order.
March 23. Outtide the eotiditiona
under wtreh we live here, this thought
j that we are tojjflther restores and run
' nolei me. Thia morning rereived
j Hemkendorff. Bead paper, burning
many. !Sa( with the children until -o'clock.
Went for a walk with l'
gorotik. Knuigna accompanied ua. They
were more (di-asant.
"March 21 Thia morning I learned
from Benekendorff that we may re
main in thia hoime for a long time. It.
pleaitant to know thin. Again burned
paper mnl letter. Walked with Dol
Korouk thia afternoon. Walked in the
garden. Went to ma. at (1:45.
"Mare.ii 3') 'At 10 o'elork we went
to iiihkj, where many were ijiven com
nitiiiion. Today victim of the revolu
tion were buried in the pi:k opposite
th .-Muter if Ali'Tmler imbice. We
l...r,t fnn..Pl i.m.ir- and the MumcI- Several filings of aumed legal buni
liiiw. At o'clock we,,t to lelijiiou '" have recently been reeorded
aervtce. I"' ' 'he county recorder, aa
Anrll 5 Thi iiiuriiinir wlked. Reir- 'follows
ulatcd affair and book. Began toi Joseph A. Partoz will conduct It is bun-j
lnr to ornt aidn ever vtliinii I will take lines in Saleni under the assumed name!
! when I journey l i I-.'iiland. Worked
we will d-i it.
"I have a bor in the arrnv. If he
should fall. I would cry, but at the
tame time I would aland erect and aa- j
lute, i would be proud to be the father,
of the boy. . j
"We'll give that hot-dog gang a
run for their money, believe me. Thei
kaiaer aaid he and (iod were partner. ;
He 'a got one aiore guest coming. Ger
many lost out when ahe turned from :
Jesus Christ to Krupp. The Oerman j
eac'e has turned out to be puking
turkey buzzard. We'll fight that dirty
bunch to Berlin and our aoldiers will i
play Van nee ioolie marrhinj down!
I nter der Linden. That dirtv dug the1
kaiser will be lucky if he ever eats an
other dinnner at Potsdam.
"A pacifist ig a Judas. Thia talk
about we are not fighting the German
people is all bunk. A man is like a
chicken he i no good onlexs he has
Mime aand in his gizzard."
Salem Firms Most
Their Business Titles'
All $7.00 and $7.50 shoes at
Remember we do not cany Jobbers Stock, made
for Sales and Cheap Prices, but Three Well
known brands Keith Konqueror, J. E. Tilt
and Burk-Hecht. When you buy shoes from us
you save from one to Three Dollars per pair.
A. J.Paris Shoe Shop
The Home of Keith Konqueror Shoes for Men
COMMENCING SUNDAY .SEPT. 1.
mm i iai
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in the ganti'U.
"April S Passed i.ni-.-Hy the 2,!rJ
anniversary of our betrothul. This
morning walked wi'h Alexis.
"April 2H. Walked iib.-c.nl to.li y.
This is the fust of May, no our masse
h:iv Vcided to relchriM with prnces
ions. Willi iini-ii: and rei flugs 'l.iy
ente.'d (in purk ami I ml wrenlis. This
evening n'ud iiloud to the ehildren
from an Kuiflisli book culled the Mil
"Muv 1. Thia morning I walked. At
12 o'clock hud urography lesson with
Alexis. Worked ill the vegetable gar
d' n with Alexis. In the evening limned
tlilit Korniloff had retired lroiii the
post of upper cominiiiidi'r 'of the Ht
I'elersliiirjf ir.ilitniy district, always on
th" left. After moiiiing ten Kerc-nshv
ord'.'i.t if the military nuthoiities by
lubor delcgiite council and by .nine 01
eatiizntion tnniling min h furiln i l.i
the left. After ntoruing tea Krnsky
auddeiily appeared In nn automobile
t'rein to'ttit. lie didn't reniiiin long. He
tpiostcd (lint dociimeiit relating to ill
tcruu! politic be sent into n query coin
mitiee. "July 11. Three month hnve r'aps
ed here, since we left Mogileff. We
are prUonei.t. It I" hard to be without
lien from dear nuiiuiiia. All the rest
is indil'l'eri nt.
"July 10 Itefore ijimn there was
good nevs. (In the smuliwest front in
the direction of .Muczow. after to
fin vw (irtillerving. our troop bruhe
thioegh the ene'iiv posil'n us, t-.il;in:;
2"0 offleirs nod III.HIIO men inmiy cnu
iioii nnd iiuiehitie gnu. Th ink Thee, oh
l,oi.l. li.i.l hns sent lis this in n
gimil hour. reel ipule ttitierent tiller
this Jovf'il nie.wnge.
July 17 In St. IVIernburjr today
there !i rioting nnd fighting. Many
soldier nnd snilor nrrived from
Kronstadt with thi purpose t" nppo e
the provisional giveriiiiient. There is
r-iiindfte riiiit'ir.lon. Where tin' the
people ttho ceuld tiike this liiovenior.t
ill their hands unit end the struggle
without 'bloodshed.' The evil's root is
in M. lYIfinhurg, not in the whole of
"dulc II'. llnppilv, n tremendous
! majority of the troops in m. l'eteri
burg remained faithful to their dut,
and order 1 restored in the streets,
f worked huid in the woods. Felled
four trees and sawed them. In the
evening rend Hartaiiiol Ktnrscon. "
of the 1'aeifie Drapery Kactorr.
The Silverton Velie Co., is the buai-l
lies name of three partners, W. llJ
Druke, A. K. Stewart and P. W. Xoft-I
The Donald Lumber company is the
name of O. E. Freeman of Donald who
owns the business. ' J
The rjiglowood Grocery is the name
of the grocery business owned bv N. O.
Hales in Snleiii,
Thicl.sen, Uoland and Iturghardt is the
u.i'iie of the insurance compunv owned
by John W. Rolnnd and W. 11. P.urk
Tl',. (Iiegon ToMver S;ile company, h
the mime iissmiird bv K. K. I.avnileur
in coinluctiiiu til-,' business in Hnleni. H
is sole niunnger anil salesman.
The Progressive binder company of
Nihoiton is on n'it exclusively bv Anna
Cr. Goodiviti, aeeordin to the record
"The ( bib Stables" is the rfnie eho-
fir tie livery nn 1 stable biisitirss
owned by !!. C. noediglieliner.
Th,. Jenlt, S'udio of Sal -in is the
business inline of the studio owned by
KnHieryn L. Gutinell and Peiijamin j.
ROLL OF HONOR
(Continued from jiage AW)
Mielinel KouiiMiik. Stoiighton,
Jilcub .Sehork, Uiiwson, X. I);
X1. n hi wit,;, Sc-raaton, I'n.
dud of Wouuds
I'oiponiU .loseph Augustine.
eis, .V V; Chillies I,. Ihinn. hillings.
Mont; Lnwrenee, R. Wolfe, Zion fit v.
Private Kdgnr K. llulka, Ringhntn.
Ills; James A. Dempsty, Orange, Wis;
Pnvid I''iifdiii!in, I'liiiniville, Conn;
Komnin I., (luilhenii, .New Orleans. I.a;
Albert ('. llohensee. Poll dn I.ae. Wis;
Thomas A. Nail, l.owivll. Ark; Jiimes A.
I'illTei ton. Mec.hnnieaville, Ml; Arthur
Sliicky, (iti'ing, Neb; Steve Andrew
I'lbaniuli, Marine'.te, Wis; Hal W.
Wats, l,os Aneeles, Cal; James li. Wil
kinson. South Yakima, Wash: Prank S.
Witowski, t hirajo; Kdward .1. Wolff,
Seattle, Wash; ( 'harlea Zadig, Chiengu;
pevert Johnson, lintt.inenu, X. 1; Paul
X. l.nwniice, Oinvi!le, X. Y.
Stased in France on;
the Actual Locale of
the Story: DattleT
Scenes on the Battle)
neidsor tuiope. f
Through Courttsy and
Dntish and French I...
With Symphony Orchestra
r.Iatisee, 25c, 50c, 75c Evening, 50c ,75c, $1.00
SEATS SELLING THURSDAY
OOMPER3 GOES TO EUROrE
New York, Aug. 2d. Siiiiiuel
vjon.pers, president of the Am
e r i 'in Federation of Labor, is
on hi way to Kmope, according
to announcement made public
In to to. lav. He will (,ppos,, ra l
iiiil elements II lid siHluliats in
Kurope who are trying to force
nn iiumediat,! romproniise peace
with ticrn.any, ll( will endeavor
to Hiving them to a complete en
dorsement of the Wilson war
t'ontiauod from page one)
Killed in action 42
Missing in action 21
Wounded severely HO
I tied of wound ." ' 20
Pied of accident and other causes 4
Pied of disease 3
Pie. of aeroplane an ident 1
Wounded, ibgrce uudeteniiiiied 41'
Killed in Action
('apt. Kiiby Ikildrtin Sloppy, Hing
lianitoii, X. Y.
. Lieutenants liuMiiond F. liloeeher,
i in c
Are now coming in By express almost da'Iy. Freiits are too slow. We want tie
very latest tilings in shoes and they are now arriving. We are showing them as
soon as they come in. We are also (in spite of rising shoe costs)
So as to save you from $1.00 to $2.09 or more on the pair under what credit
Stores Ask You
Come, Look and
These Afe Brand New
New Koko Tan Liberty Boots, 9 inch
top, military heel and style pointed
toe, imitation tip, they are only
New Shade Dark Grey Kid, 8 l-2-in.
cloth top to match. Welt sole, French
heels, the Red Cross noiseless shoes
The Latest Field Mouse Kid, 8 1-2-in.
cloth top to match, welt sole, French
heels, Red Cross noiseless, only
- $9.00 .
A very beautiful dark brown all kid
lace shoe, welt sole, French heel. In
deed, a very fine shoe that you will be
asked $12 to $14 for no better. We
price it at
An Elegant Rich New Dark Grey All Kid 9-inch top, Welt French heels, none
more smart, nor attractive ,yet serviceable. Not $15.00 for this High Grade
ITS A BEAUTY
Then we have in too, plenty of standard serviceable Black Kids, Black and Grey or
Tan CombinatonS. Also Browns with clo-h tops in French or Military Heels, all at
' CASH SYSTEM MONEY SAVING PRICES TOO
I it. t 'AN Jim
porch cHinbor. The only good lliiua are
dead one. We nie at a- tna! death e!'1
itu the uiot uiHcrupuUnu monster
, t li t ever appeared on earth,
"The katxer would be lad to hav
you luiv tit iitc vnii do not need.
"It it a hale of a job we have V'e.rM,
'taiMod but you bet we are a whale of
a ini.ple. We've not a I t of ie. i
"toil never ci.'h Sn, Knocking. Ha:
can put the ball oer the plate ever .
Line, He lm never been put out of;
(mine!. The Methodists have more i
uie:i in the service than any other de i
, noii.siiatoin, and I'm not a Method;!. '
lied waited for Wwdiow WiUe to!
hau l the hot en.l of the poker to th ine
low down He. no.
" Keiiion and patriot inu are twiut.
When holler for one holler for
, Doubt j tha rartnarahlp
"W hv a lot of rroakera tin
knocker. Thev are no CH1 oa farth.
IV a booinuia rootter. viol never ww.t'
it tvq! hl t..n'. m flirt .tk .1.1 At '
W'iteiibef;;, WW; r'uevuo W. toleiitn.
St Loom, Mo; Tieiin N. .lenkt, !rnver.
t'elo; Charle. I'. l.ndue, Waterbury,
Serueanln Kllit .1. Jloon. Hunt villi'.
Ala; lieury I'eitmeycr, Irvinutoii, III.
l orponil t art Anderson. New York;
l.oni. H. I'.aiua, t'liarlcstowts. Mass:
lien, W. Iliaunii, derser fit v, N, ,T; 1..
I'onv. I'h Sadehiliia. I'a: llalpll r.
i Moneyhnn, Tonm ("reek, Va; I'on Car-
to. Iloiindv AduiK. X, Y; .lame Hmith,
jIVrbv, Kniilandi l,eter A. Winman.
IVrrv, IV. Ie. M. lirMip, I'hiladelphia
Me-h. A.le It. Kline, (offeyville.
Me.di. Robf, I. to. lrry. Ta.
Trivate Win. It, ltenner, Waltham,
Mat-. Krvin Thriitooher. rulberiwn, X.
T; Yiettorio t'urdotto, Italy; Jamea K. IVnwill. St. Joseph, Mo; Albert li. IVr-
Wheebns, V. Ya; Walter mil, n .io, i i; eti . t a:u:ppt.
rJlswor.li Uewher, roaldnle, fa; Leon
Y. llordon, TnUa, Oks; C'onraj Hoff,
llarrah. Wanh; I'atil Hogh?il. Andrews
X. 0; Korent T IV Hame, Drake, X. P;
William IS. Johiion. Kernervillo, X.jlen Bernard I'iiikitnn.
I"; tieorire J. Juntf, Mejfor l, Mass; jJos.-ph IVter Ro iney,
Kmahtiel Melutyre, Punxnutawney, Pa;
Hubert MeXatuara, I 'azenovia, Wia;
John M. Monism. Pittsf;M, Mass;
'lydt V. Mnnsiner, Tabor. Iowa; Al-
St- I.ouis, Mich;
Ito-hester, X. T;
W alter P. Kelley. Worcester, Msi; I Herthold ('. Scimann, .Vfanitowoe,
tieoiiff Knott, Hradenville, I'a; Will Z.jW'isi; Grovel Sullivan. Trior, Okla;
IVaraon, Klkvill, X. V; Harold Owen .'o?.ef Woaolawski, Ih'.caiio; Joseph J.
Witnell. I hicaiio.
Di d of Distue
lpt. AlcxaaJor St Ellett, Chilli
Lt. Arthur F. Harris, Louisville, Ky.
Privates Ytn. McK Fleming. Harring
ton. Dxl; Chad'ie I. Knott, Dickson,
J There's L
ltrobe. Pa: Arthur li. Rood. Oakland
lad; liobert Fraiiklin Jtoienberger, VVil
linins'nirs. Pa; Henry Tcllune, Nvw
ark. X. J; fharies Tower. Holyoke.
Masw; Kuhanl C. Yillarl. S-attle,
Private Win O. llHer. Atlanta. Ind;
i". A. Oond e, l.uhon, X. H; Harvey .
Kediiomd. IVst, Tca.
Died from Airplane Accident j
U. Chale U Watkint, Oreat Fails, i
M'.ah- lif.irje W 7 i in merle Wood -iMant. i
burn. Or; I harle Roy Hainl. Hickman, jttwi from Accident and Other Cause;
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
i beari mrf
fTentt: Jee D. Pridies, Albany. Ha
Paul V Haubrit. Jr., Seattle. Wash;
.loha Kollar, Torrinstoa. Conn; (liovan
ni Slaruca. Italy; t harlea M. Moffatt,
ltroit, Mieh; iriiir Needleman. Xew
York; Walter K Smith, Philadelphia;
lieirso R. Stone. LiNarty, Mo; Andrew
Svrgn, Yenoky. 'tj Hmer Tucker.
Died from Wonada
Corporal Henry P. Harnett, Mount j
Yernon. Ala; Harr L. Lanjte, Hori
Private Elmer Cook. Oeeana. W". Ya:
William J. liravell. trtttl! Tali, Mina;j
Rernard H. H.ifhk, Pay"- loij
Jhi!a EUworth In-rarn. Poiii-hti'B.j
Mich; (Utl AdWbert bemnnt. IVmet,S
D; Asdrew K LinA-ar. I,mn. XJ:'
iHenrT Upsiu, Orand Kapi't, Wu;
Carter's Little Liver Pills
You Cannot be X .AJlemedy That
M W I 1F ta I
mi kora aigama
ABS tyL itt! BARTER'S IRON Pit I Q
but W M greatly btfo aaot pml-4acx4 o
many color! facaa
Shcimohia, Paf Jaaie