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WASHINGTON SOLID LEATHER
See our line of Boys' Shoes
' and Soles. To hold boys that
are the only kind that will
Boys' Steel Plated Shoes, Boys' Steel Plated Shoes,
sizes 11 to 2 Sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2
Price $4.75 Price $5.00
We carry a full line of Washington and Mayer
Solid Leather Shoes.
in & mm
240 NORTH COMMERCIAL" ST.
SAVE MAIL ORDER rOSTAGE BUYING AT HOME
You See What You Buy Before Paying Buying At Home
BE A LEADER
'J .Or a4 ptm Uit Itju lii a Mt raiiry sas mty oi aa ittt MtM." Ely
An immense problem in reconstruction confronts the present generation.
Are vou dninir vour utmost to nrenare tn learl in it anlntinn)
5S-i aw 1 1 jisarxr
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Oregon Agricultural College
Trains for kadarthtp ia Ihf Industrial and pntwiotu M follow :
MOMS ECONOMICS. AGRICULTURE. COMMRRCK, PORKSTRY. PHARMACY, MltSIC.
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION, CIVIL kNOlNBBNINU. ELHCTRICAL KNGINESKINO,
MKCMANICAL SNOINVRRINO. CHEMICAL RNQINKEKINO, INDUSTRIAL ARTS,
MINING KNUINEgKlNQ, LOOOINO NOINKIRINO. MILITARV SCIENCE.
T CnUt Iftimnf Inrludta MwiA In EnUh, economies. Art. Mathematici. Modrra Lanfuaira,
PhyiKal &auc.tte, IMuilnal Jourfialiim, Natural ScttMCca, an. ail aaacalialt of an adacauos.
Three regular terms Fall term
maaaififfTi rrii-ll;if , Hi I I 1 1 1 "li.i. in . mi I a !.
Pal C.Jlna Citalnt. Muttraltd Booklet and othtr InfocmuuMi adJiraa
THE REGIS THAK, Omen AaMullulal Colkj., Corvallia
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The IDEAL SHOE FORSl&aPtr
.;oe l'ncd vamp
hCAVY OA- 5.NCLF
A thoroughly good, lined,
enough for flexibility and
Servicable Shoes on the
Bargain Table at only
$3.95 and $4.65
with Steel Plated Heels
are hard on shoes. They
stand wet weather aad
..g.'-af .i1S-aa,a uuuuj
begins September 22, 1919
-CXTRA HEAVY US.
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-FAST COLOR EYELETS
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tan shoe, heavy enough for Summer Work, light
built for comfort. Two grades at $3.65 and $8.73
In the lot are gm.il n'mH hms in Cub Metal, Kit
toa ana Lace stjle, ,irac mth nilikK-r o!e. A!o
Heavy Ttui 4!f Ice Hliors suitable ir iowk
abeuts, si 5 to 11. A f rv jSrs gHxl, o'n! faa
ionej peg solcil P.k( in tii-a 6 an.! 6', only.
CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919.
Finally Restored to Health
I by Lydia E. Finkhavm'
1 Key West, Ft. "For five year I
, suffered from irregularities, wilfc ter
nhl. pain SJtai m
lawful wealrte. ia
my back. Tn doe
tor (rav m difT
erent melins but
they did m. so good.
A friend asked eto
try Lydia E. rink
Compound and 1
found it to be the
best medicine 1 ever
tried became it
made me well, and
1 can now do my
housework. I am telling my friends
about it" Mrs. J. M. Camus. TJ6
Caroline St, Key West Florida.
Many women at tome period in their
life suffer from ai Imenta peculiar to their
sex and which in most case may be
readily relieved by this famous root and
herb medicine, Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound, just a Mrs.
Camus found it helped her after suffer
ing for years and trying everything else
If vou have any annoying symptom
you fail to understand, write Lydia K.
Finkhivm Motlicine Co., Lynn, Mas.
The results of their 40 years experience
in advising wome a on this subject is at
JAPS DENT BTJMOR.
Tokio Aug. 11. The foreign office
today denied the rumor that the Jap
anese government had received a de
mand that it vithdraw from its Thing
The rumor was to the effect that such
a withdrawal had been asked in order
to lessen the Vnited States senate's ob
jections to the peaee treaty.
Japanese residents had protested vig
orously against any such abandonment
of Japan s concessions.
UFT OFF CORNS!
Apply few drops then lilt mt,
touchy corns off with
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop little
Freezone on an aching corn, instantly
that corn stops hurting, then you We
it rlpht out St, majcl
A tiny bottle of tYeezone tests but
s few cents nt any drug store, but is
sufficient to remove every hard corn,
soft eom, or corn between the toes,
anil the rallusea, without soreness or
Preehme is the sensational discov
ery of a inciunati genius. It is wonderful.
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LC0CIN5 OP PUTTEES
C.XCLUOC3 SAM AND
fULL TOE VAMP
SOFT CAP TCE.
FOR C A5 IN
By GESTSUDE BOBISOH
Mia. Marie tunbi!l ratertained as
her guet last week, Misa Loreue Tars.-:
er of readletoa. Miss I'arker, ho has
beem doasestie srieaee demonstrator ia
the eiteaiioa work of the Oregoa A
nceitnrai eoileg ka resigned kee pe
tition. Her weddiuf will be aa eeat
of the aear future.
A group of nature lovers formed a
party reeeatly and enjoyed a twenty
one aile hike to Silver 4reek falls. The
trio was made in something less than
six hours. The re-turn, soaie days later,
was more leisurely, late afternooa ef
one day and early morning of the neit
being taken up with the hike. All eea
cerned are enthusiastic over that kind
of outdoor enjoyaient and no douht
many other trips, equally pleasurable
will be enjoyed before the unfavorable
weather arrives. The party was com
posed of Mrs. lon Miller," Mrs. E. E.
Matten, Miss Marjorie Miller, Miss
Merle Whitner end Mise Alta atteu.
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An interesting visitor in Salem re
cently whs Mrs. Joseph Hill (-Edith
Knight Holmes) of 1'ort IjiihI who cniue
with a delegation of suffrage leaders
to petition the governor to call an ei
tra session of the Oregon legislature
for the purpose of ratifving the equal
a a a
Friends of Corporal Earl I)auo have
been welcoming him home, since he ha
returned from Camp Lewis after receiv
ing his discharge. Corporal T)aue is one
of the numerous Pslrm boys who have
but recently returned from overseas.
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The "flying squadron" of speakers,
recently organized in Portland for the
W. C. T. IJ. jubilee campnign, will visit
each union in a body beginning the lat
ter part of August, and will continue
into September until the work is com
pleted. These will be special meetings
and a prize of $." for the campaign
fund is offered .to the union maqing
the best record U the meeting on the
following points: Largest attendance,
new members gained, artive and honor
ary, and most money raised in eash and
pledges. It is hoped that these meetings
CHOICE MILK FED VEAL
Legs of veal whole or half,
per pound ..J25c
Veal Steak, per lb 25c
Veal Stew, per pound 15c
Nice Boiling Beef, per
pound 12 l-2c
Pure lard, No. 5 pail ....$1.63
-Crown Shortening (The
! Best) per pail $U0
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE
j Originators of Low Prices
! :151 State St
will bring the -jubilee eampaiga to a
close before the stale coavrnt'.on.
a a a
ter.at Bu;id Welch, is luaie from
iVanee after apeadiug- two years in the
service, ainr. thus a year of which was
passed with the Am.-nrau expedition
ary foreas. Sergrai't Welch is we!!
knows loca'.ly, having been employed i
ut the state prmt-.u ufficc for nine
years. He is a!so a member of the la
test lodge of Klks.
STATE HOUSE NEWS
lepreseatative William 0. Hare of
Hillxbofo writes Governor Oleett n
presaing his willingness to donate hit
time for a extra sestdow of the legis
lature if the executive considers it sec
easauy to call the body together. How
ever, he does not personally feel that
aa eatergeaey exists.
Facing the possible shutdown of the
power plant at Amity, the patrons w
the Amitr Light Tower company have
seat to the public service commission a
petition giving their consent to aa ad
vanee iu the consumer 's rates the only
case of the kind on record. In apply
ing for an increase, the company pre
sented figures to show tliut they were
operating at a loss and unless they were
given lelief would be obliged to close
down the plant. Knther than be de
prived of the utility the majority of the
patrons opproved an increase of rates.
Following is the complete list to (lute
of the eduentioiml institutions that have
filed ia the office of secretary of state
their stcment of qualifications to re
ceive students under the soldiers and
sailors aid act! Willamette University.
Hah-ni; Philomath college, Philomath;
Kuiene Business college, Eugene;' Behn-ke-Vn!her
Buins college, Portland;
Pacific university, Forest Grove Adeox
Auto and Gas Engine school, Portland:
North Poeifie college. Portland; North
western College of Law, Portland; Co
lumbia Vniversity, Portknd; Heed col
lege, Portland; Albany eollege, Albany;
Young Men's Christian association,
Portland; I.anrelwood academy, Gaston;
IVKeyer Institute of Optometry, Port
land; Link's Business eollece. Portland;
McMinaville college, McMinnville;
Holmes Bnsine" eollege, Portland; As
toria Business college, Astoria; Bursell
Private Busineim school, Portland, and
Mount Angel college, St. Benedict.
Assistant fitute Veterinarian Gardiner
who has been making the rounds of
dairy herds In Lincoln eonnty during the
nant week, states that after a week's
work there has not developed a single
I case of tuberculosis among tne nnn
dreds of ci.ftls he has examined ia that
The publie service commission has re
ceived a enmmmiicntion from City At
torney Touilinson, of Portland, in which
he reviews at length the controversy
over the recent teleuhono rntes sched
nle for Oregon ,and in which he appears
-make plain the fact that the only
legal mte at this time is the pre wtr
rate, and that the commission is justi
fied in suspending the new sehcdult
nending a henring and determination of
the reasonableness of such schedule.
The work of investigation which has
been going on for several weeks on tin
vropoed reservoir site at Benham Falls
I. to he snnnlemented by the diamond
drill in erder to determine whether the
bedrock will prove impervious to wi.ter.
Thu re lanmtio 1 service has recently
authorised an expert to sink a series of
borings with the ihniuoiul (trill iu oruer
to secure sections of the strata, btate
Kdgineer Cupper has made another visit
t the site this week in order to fur
uiah first hand information with regard
to the project which contemplates the
irrigation of HW." acres.
Court House Notes
The will of .lames William Taylor
and his wife Raphael Taylor was 'iled
todav with the enmity clerk of Marion
county. It is dated October 1, IMS and
was witnesed by K A. Downing and
8. C. Pawning.
It is provided is the will that in
case of' the death if either the sur
vivor shall inherit all the prnpety for
a life time. That after the denthe of
the survivor, the property shall be (lis
tributed as fellows:
To John 8. Taylor and Joseph L.
Taylor $1.0 ear a, as they had been
given a j't consideration of the es
tate durin-r the life tune of their par
ents. To the tttber children, Laura P.
Sstlie A.. Thorns H. Mnry K. .1... W.
Charles K. Myrtle K., Winnifred E. and
Stephen R. Taylor share snd share
alike f the stat". James W. Taylor
died ia Sta Sua A-:il ill, l!Ul. and
the wife Rachel Taylor died July 5.
119. The ette i valued St f.'i.'HHi.
All the e:r now live St Kksmekawa,
A mariafe lH-e-!se,a ined voter
tray to Rail h farr-r Xeer of Turner a
farmer is years of sge and Anna Ro-
! hrr alan uf Turner.
In the ra- f Margaret M. Commons
against F. F. Ia. now c-n the ree
erda ef the ei'cuit court has been dis
missed ca nn.tioa ef the attorney for
In the suit of Mary F. Wood a ad
ministratria cf the itste ef William
H. Wood acBiust J". W.wd snd F. J.
Buarh as sureties nf Wilbur W. Wood,
eiemf.r. the court ordered that as
sret tea Wood and Btiseh be m,ui:ed
to secunt for all dotnrrs and ats of
ther prieeipal. Wilbur W. Wend who
died, and to report t the court by
Henry R. 1'anea iss been arnninted '
administra'er f the estate of Mary M. !
Haaes who 4;.J Aftd II 191". He lives
Famous Actress Tells How
She Uses Dervvillo To
Beautify Her Complexion
Xew York Miss Kthel Clayton, the
clever young actress now successfully
starring under the Paramount banner,
is famous for her beautiful complexion
When her friends inquired about it she
said: "It's all due to a toilet prepara
tion called dorwillo which 1 use twice
daily. The experience I have had
prompts me to make my secret public.
This wonderful dorwillo instantly beau
tified my skin and its continued use
hns made the results permanent
When Mas Edna Wilder, the
known tjeauty specialist, was
viewed in reference to Miss Clayton's
remarkable complexion state, "Anyone
can have a beautiful complexion when
they know how. It's a very simple.
process. I use the same article in my
work, and until you try it you have no
idea of the marvelous results. The very
first applieation will sslonish you. Oo
to the toilet counter of any drug or de
partment store and get a bottle ef der
willo, then' mnke the following test:
Examino your skin critically before
vonf mirror, note carefully its appear
ance, then apply dorwillo as directed.
AfteT yon have made the first applica
tion look in your mirror again And note
the surprising ehan-ee. A peach like
color mounts the cheeks; a laby soft
ness comes to the skin; it make the
William H. Trindle has been appoint
ed guardian of Madeline MiEvey, a
minor, at her request and an order lias
been entered bv the court.
As Ralph W. Landers and Arthur
lenders refuse to accept the $.".00 each
that was bequeathed them in the will
of W, W. Landers the executor of the
estate Bertha Landers hss applied to
the county court for permission tn de
posit the money with the county treas
urer to be held in trust. W. W. Lan
ders died Pee. 14, KHS, and by the
will llcrtha Lander was npfxiiiited ml
minitratrix. An effort hsd formerly
been made by the two sons to secure
an interest iu the estate on the ground
that when they were boys, the farrier
had promised them an interest in his
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The sturdy nourishment
of this great wheat and
barley food is bound to
build strong bodies and
help develop keen brains
It's a delicious food
"easily digested and
should be on every
table daily. Eatable
to the last bit..-
There's a Season for
kin rosy white, velvety and radiantly
beautiful. It" is wonderful for a (lurk,
sallow skin, shiny nose, freckles, tan,
oily skin, sun spcts, coarse pores, pim
ples, blackheads, chapped, rough skin,
ruddiness, wrinkles and many othf-r
facial -blemishes. Perwillo method is
absolutely harmless and will not pro
duce or atiimitute a growth of hair. v3t
is superior to face powder, aa pcrspi
tion does not effect it, therefore ;it
stavs on better. Thousands who have
vcllused it have nad tne mime results as
inter- Miss Clnvton, snd I am sure if you will
'give it a fiiir trial you will become just
ins enthnsiastie as 1 am and always use
it in preference to sny other powder
or be.nitifier. "
NOTE When asked anout Perwilln
cne of our leading druugists said, "It
is truly a wonderful beautifier, away
ahead of anything we have over sold
- j before. We are authorised by the man-
utiicturers to refund the money to any
one who is dissatisfied and we would
not permit the use of our name unless
the product possessed unusual merit?"
It Is sold in this city under an iron
clad money liaek guarantee by all de
partment stores and up to date drug
gists, including the Fry and the' Perry
I tract if they would help him clear it.
j The. circuit court decided that the will
i was legal and that the two sons were
! not entitled to any interest and that
the entire property should .go' to ihe
widow ss w illed.
1 Pon't let your h. i lrt n suffer. Jf
'they arc fretful, pee.ish, puny or cros,
aive them llnlittcf' 1,'neky Mountain
Tea a harmless In saf laxative for
.children. U-'ic. I. J. Try ' tf
i SALMON BUN BIO.
, Stm Francisco, Aug. 1.1. Although
'the salmon run in northern Alaska has
I been very small 30 to lit) per cent of
norms! the run on the west voast of
Prince of Wales island lias been the.
litest i years and hss swamped the
; canneries, according to advices receiv
ed hero todav.