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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1918)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1918
Says This Is No Time To En
ter Controversy f raught
New York, Nov. 18. The manufuc
furore "do not intend at this time to
enter into any wage controversy'
with organised labor, as this is a ques
tion that must be solved in tho recon
struction period, Iro8iileut William 11.
liurr of the National Founders associ
ation declared in a stateiseut made
President Barf issued tho abatement
in reply to the announcement made by
'1'residuiit Samuel (Jumpers of the Am
erican Federation of Labor, that labor
will not permit wages and hourg of
work to go back to a pre-whi basis.
"If any uihu or set of men assume
to tuink tho nianuraclurers intend at
this time to enter into any wage con
troversy they are quite jgistaken,"
said l;urr. "On the contrary, the pres
ent time Is one when all possible con
structive energy should be utilized for
cooperation and not for strife. Perhaps
the country can maintain its indus
tries and secure its .share of world
trado on an eight hour work basis. If
so, well and good."
Barr also declared that the manuiao
turer is unquestionably more "deeply
concerned iu working out the great
common industrial problems than thoso
individuals and organisations whose
jwincipal efforts are confined to vi
tuperation and reduction of output."
(Capitul Journal Special Service)
Hazel Green, Nov. 18. Mr and Mrs.
rank Pietrock of Htayton spent Bun
day with tho former 's sister, Mrs. Bliss
Oeorge Dnnigan went to Portland
Thursday and returned Sunday eve.
A. Wcinert went to Portland on bus
iness the first of this week.
Kennoth Barnett spent the week end
with his jrrandmother at Clear Lake.
B. A. IhiniRnn returned from Port
land Thursday and was accompanied
by las daughter, Mary,
Mr, Barnett, who Is working near
Wacomln, spent Sundny at lionie,
Ming Emma Fisher spent Friday
night at the W. G. Davis home.
The Woman's Missionary society
mot with Mrs. Cliff Sheldon Fridujt.
Attendance waR small on account of
Miss Jrlulda Stripling has returned-'
Mrs. Mario Hindersliott of Stayton
visited at the homo of her father. P.
Williamson lust week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hermon and chil
dren departod last week for Bhaw to
visit the latter 's sister. "
Mist Hilda Williamson is at homo for
Mother wek, ,
SALTS IF BACKACHY
AND KIDNEYS HURT
Drink Lots Of Water And Stop
Eating Meat For a While If
. Your Bladder Troubles
When you wnke up with backache
and dull misery in t lie kidney region
it (fPiierally means you have been eat
ing too much meat, says a well known
authority. Meat forms uric acid which
, overworks the kidneys in their effort
to filter it from the blood and they
become sort of paralyzed and loggy.
When your kidneys get sluggish and
log you must relieve them, like you
roiiove your bowels; removing all tne
Body's urinous waste, else you have
backacho, sick headache, ilir..y spells;
your stomach sours, tongue is coated,
nd when the weather is bad you have
rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy
full of sediment, channels often gilt
tore, water senilis and you are obliged
to sock relief two or three times dur
ing the night.
Either consult a good, reliable physi
eiun t once or set from your pharma-
elst about four ounces of Jftd Halts;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of wa
icr Ibefore breakfast for a few days
una your kidneys will then act fine.
This famous salts is made from the
old of grapes end lemon juice, combin
ed with lithia, and has been used for
(rc-nerations to clean and stimulate
ligish kidneys, hlso to neutralize
acids in the urine so it no longer Irri
tates, thu ending bladder weakness.
Jad Kalis is a life saver for regular
meat eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot
injure and makes a delightful, offer
Tescent litkia-water drink.
Ladies', all Black Button Shoes, Medium
narrow plain toes, Frenqh heels; $5.00 qual
ity at special price of
A small lot of Ladies' Gun Metal lace and button,
Heavy shoes, some cloth tops, all heavy soles; small
and large sizes only, but are worth today from $4.00
to $5.50; are specially priced at
& WAR EMERGENCY Jj$
THE BAN ON HOLDING MEETINGS ON ACCOUNT OF THE "INFLU" HAS BEEN DECLARED OFF BY THE HEALTH BOARD, BUT THE
BAN ON HIGH PROFITS GOES . ON
Owing to the extraordinary Conditions arising from the war and the "influ" epidemic trade has been quiet for the last two or three weeks, but our big stock of
Shoes has been coming in right along, Consequently our Shelves are Crowded and Bills are Coming too, so, to relieve both situations we will put a BAN" ON HIGH
PRICES and make EXTRA INDUCEMENTS to shoe buyers. Next year the government limits the colors to Black, Dark Brown and White, but for the present
Mr. Baruch of the war industries board says, "It is a Patriotic Duty to Buy the Fancy Greys and Combinations of Colors that are already in the Stores," and there
.is no limit to what you shall buy if It is alrea'dy made. iU ..
Our pledge to our government is: We- in the Spirit of Loyalty and Patriotic Service to our Government in
meeting all of the exigencies of the war, as applied to its Prosecution and Service of the People, Pledge Our
selves to follow all the Restrictions and Regulations to the UtmostSigned, THE BOOTERY, by J. B. Lit-
.; tier, Manager. . - . .'''. '
As it was before, our prices on all grades have been lower than the Government Regulations. But in Addi
tion, for This Sale we wifl Make These ' '
3 f"I IE
CI ALLY LOW PRICED
P t 7.00 black kid vamp, grey cloth top, point
ed plain toe, fine shaped French heel $4.65
$8.00 black kid or patent vamp, grey cloth top, fine grade
,kid, plain toe, splendid style, French heels $5.35
$8,50 extra good black kid, tan or grey cloth top; an extra
fine welted shoe and a specially good bargain ..$5.65
$7.00 quality brown kid, cloth top to match- all sizes fine,
rich dark brown up to date last and French heel. . . .$5.65
$7.00 grade dark grey kid vamp, matched cloth top, all
sizes, the beautiful dark grey, plain, dressy toe, with
French heels : $5.65
$7.00 black kid, black cloth top, dressy shoe $5.95
' Hard Surface
$5.50 grade', tan or black, to
close out ..... ...... .$4.15
$6.00 grade, tan or black, to
close out .$4.45
$7.00 grade, tan or black, to
close out .$5.20
$7.00 Army tan shoe, to close -
out ............. $5.85
$8.00 Army tan shoe, to close
out . . $6.85
Just a few of the many
which we have
$8.00 men's fine calf blucher shoes, med
ium toes, fine heel-welted oak sole$5.95
$7.00 Men's calf, English lace, Neolin soles, nice shaped
last and an extra good bargain .$5.65
$7.50 Men's Aristo kid blucher, medium round toe, very
easy last, arch supporting ..................... . .$5.85
$6.00 gun metal, English or round toes, Rinex soles, a very
satisfactory low priced shoe $4.45
$5.00 gun metal, English, Neolin sole, rubber heels, just a
few pairs in this lot ...... : .$3.15
f t r.5o
Boys' Calf Shoes!
grades, button or lace; Boy Scouts .$3.65
grade, button or blucher, sizes 3 to 5 .............. . $2.80
grade, heavy double soled blucher . ........ .. . . .$3.10
(Just a few pail's in sizes 3 to 41-2)
value, heavy 10-inch top, double sole .$4.65
value, heavy 10-inch top, black and tan . '. .$3.85
(Not all sizes in this small lot)
Misses' and Children's Shoes .
In sizes 11 to 2, all prices from . . . .". .$3.95 down to $2.65
In sizes 8 to 11, all prices from. $3.65 down to $2.35
In sizes 5 to 8, all prices from . . .$2.95 down to $1.65
In sizes 2 to 5, all prices from $2.35 down to 95c
ALL KINDS OF SPECIALS IN THE BINS
EXTRA All black kid,
lace or button, French or
military heels; good lasts;
worth today's market
$5.00; most all sizes.
All black kid, plain toe,
button or lace, military,
rubber heels; all sizes; $5
gradewhile they last
This is but a glimpse of the
good things we have spec
cially marked, but it will
give you a little idea of
what we are doing to raise
money at once.
Spats And Overgaiters
We show fine lines in all
the new shades and styles
from $3.50 down tto
We can show you a fine
line of Chrismas Slippers,
and also have the best
stock of Rubbers in the
In j mo. tfHTiorruwandsee