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TTIE OREGOX STATESMAN: TrEDXESnAT, JAXtARV 7. 1020-
kitchens, orphanages and doing, case
work among soldiers families.' The
! EASY TO DARKEN
arrival of thi3 unit will release som
of the first group for work in ether
parts of Poland.
Miss Anna Mullen has returned
from a several days' visit In Port
YOUR GRAY HAIR
tsw-' ii mr
Uf HL'TIl fcAOUK FISHEIt
THE CHERRIAN dinner idance at
the armory last night was a
l - beautiful affair which was at
lended by a large number of Cher
flans and as gueists. Radiators, lun
arians and Prunar'ians, from the oth
er valley towns.! For the occasion
the armory was beautifully decorated
and a groun of fire artiat mm pah.
- v inn r . i v iau nipin pommc n n in
I.Aw.mi'Up to entertain during ihe . tertain at the Cherrlan dinner dance,
rney will return to their homes to
day. - . ..
land where the accompanied her
house guest, Sites Nell Hay. who re
turned to her home in Seattle.
You Can Ilr'n llark Co'or ami Lus
tre With SSc Tea and
zr.l l!lrs "ifattle Beatty and after the
regular business meeting of the clun
tea will be served and a social time
Madame Lillian Jeffreys Vetrl,
Mrs. Dudley Clark and Miss Marie
Ganimie. Portland artists, were In
this city last nieht. coming up to en-
saiem Women s' club Swill held ..;.";,,.;.' , c
Us regular monthly meeting Satur- Glenn Purvine and Caryl Carson
day afternoon in the Commercial ' ,ef 1 yesterday to take the short
club rooms. The meeting will be in, course in- tractor and gas engine
charge of Mrs. William Hamilton-work at tbe Oregon Agricultural col
lege- -:-. ;
The American Y.W.C.A. has op
ened a recreation center for women
students attending the University of
Chile in. Santiago, and for women
studying in other schools in the city.
Conversation at the "studio" as
the room Is called, is carried on in
English two afternoons each Week
and in Spanish two afternoons. Both
Spanish and English are used on the
The women students live wherever
When you darken' your hair with
Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can
tell, because it s done so naturally,
so evenly. Preparing this mixture,
though, at home is mussy and trou
blesome. At little cost you can buy
at any drug store the ready-to-use
preparation, Improved by the addi
tion of other Ingredients called "Wy.
eth's Sage and Sulphur Compound."
You just dampen a sponge or . soft
brush with it and draw this through
Qtdck, Harmless Way
to Remove Wrinkles
This sraonn brines wrinkles in tnanv
Vnltlve akin that lire much exposed
wmaa ana ensnaring- temnraturs.
Ten 'Polish Grey Siftnaritans"
girls of Polish birth or parentage,
but all educated in America, and five
of them American citizens, sailed for
Poland on December 26th for the
Young Women' Christian associa
tion, to do relief work under the
To mak an effective wrinkle remover. Polish government.
r f. ottrc powdered cajtolite and I Thow irl r erarinatpa of th
hair pint of witch hasH Bathe the ,m "re J&raauates "e
faea in the solution immediately evtry ' Polish Grey Samaritan school con-
It arts wonder- uuctea oy tue Y.W.C.A. in isew xora
last year, where 75 Polish girls
they can as the university provides your hair, taking one small strand at
no dormitories for them. One of the tmt. tv moraine all erav hair
first duties of the secretary in charge , df3appears. and, arter another appli
of the Y.W.C.A "studio" will pro&-Calion or two yonr har become!,
ably be to establish something equiv- ( beautirully darkened, glossy and lux
alent to the rooms registries which uriant
the Y.W.C.A. maintains in so many i K,, )fcn,,.h hi.
cities and towns in the United States. Gre fad!C(L g i8;
Tha TTntvoraltv nf Phil., draws at n-' Brw- ' ulu " "
- i n .i : v, r.. i -,,
wTinkie la affected. It arts
fully on sag-a;inr facial mrW. aUo,
ine lotion ponaeMilns; temarkable a- J.,j, ZA i.u ,i . t , "t
tnnsent and tonic propertied. tT it studied health education, economics,
nee a day for a while and see how It
will improve your facial contour
i Thta simple lotion rannot : harm the
tnost delicate skin. The treatment it
elf leaves io trace no one guesses
the secret of-your increasing; youthful
appearance. But, be sure to ask the
druggist for the powdered saxolite.
cooking, social visiting, physical
training and allied subjects for nine
months, after some preliminary train
ing in, their homes. The; first de
tachment sailed In July, shortly after
the close of the school, and. is now
dents from all sections of the coun
Santiago is .an old city of 40Q.000
inhabitants,' nearly all pure Chileans.
Miss Eva Miller is spending a few
days in Portland as. the house guest
Miss Helen Harbke and Harold
Johnson of the Oregon Agricultural
college were the guests of Miss Dor
othy Buchner Sunday. They were
en route from their home to school.
Dr. and Mrs. E .E. - Gilbert, the
former who has recently been chosen
to succeed the late Dr. T. B. Ford
ias superintendent of tbe Salem dls-
working la Warsaw, directing soup itrict of Methodist -churches, will be
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'AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY FOOTWEAR AT A GREAT SAVING
. Ladies shoes in colors gray, fieldmoose and combination. Regular $16:50 to $18. Sale Price
Ladies' medium heels in Brown and Black, possessing smart lines for street wear. Regular
$12.50 to $14.05. Sale Price
EXTRA iSPEClAL ALUES
i The kind that wear and give satisfaction. Regular $5.50 and $6.00. Sale Price
Boys Shoes, Regular $5.00 at
Offer Specials on
all desire a youthful and attractive
appearance, get busy at once with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
and look years younger.
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honor guests at a large reception to
be given tonight , in the parlors of
the First Methodist church.
Dr. and Mrs. Ford are at present
the house guests of Dr. and Mrs.
Richard N. Avison, coming here a
tew days ago from Medford. They
had been making their home in Med
ford before coming to Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dinsmore of
San Francisco have arrived . In this
city for a visit with their mother.
Mrs. A. E. Dinsmore .and their sis
ter. Mrs. Thomas Burrows. They
are on their way to Portland and to
Sedgwick chapter No. of the Wom
en's Relief corps held its regular
meetine Saturday afternoon In the
McCornack halU After the -business
meeting the new officers for the year
were installed. The . Installing wi
done by. the two charter members of
the corp. -Mrs. Helen M. Soutbwlck
and Mrs. 'Agnes E, Dinsmore. After
the Installation the new of ticera .pre
sented each of the two with a recog
The new officers for the year are
President, Mrs. Mary J. Entress; sen
ior vice president, Florence Shipp;
Junior vice president. Louise King:
secretary. Melissa Persons; treasurer,
allttie Cammeron; chaplain. Ruth
Denison; conductor, Sarah Peterson;
guard, Annie Simmons; assistant con
ductor, Alice Davis; assistant guard.
Mary Ackerman; patriotic Instructor,
rxorma Terwuuger; press correspond
ent, Mary . Addams.
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The Women's Relief corps sewing
society will meet Thursday afternoon
for a social, time with Mrs. Helen M.
Southwlclt at htr home, J079 Mar
lon street. . "- .r 1 '
' Ray Durant of tbe Oregon Agricul
tural college who has been a guest
tor several days at the Grant Corby
home left yesterday for .Corvallls.
Miss Arline Snyder has returned
to her home In Portland after visit
log for several days at the Lee L.
Lee Caufleld of Albany has return
ed to his home after spending the
week end with his aunt. Mrs. Law
rence T. Harris. Mr. Caufleld is a
resident highway engineer at that
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Mrs. William Hughes and her
daughter, Mrs. Charles Low, are la
Portland for a short stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt and
children are home again from Olym-
pia. Wash, .and Portland where they
spent the holidays with relatives and
friends. ' . v .
Mrs. E. D. Wood Is spending sev
eral weeks in San Francisco and Sac
ramento, California , visiting with rel
Mrs. Clifford Farmer left for Port
land yesterday afternoon to spend
several days as the house guest of
Professor and Mrs. Florlen Von
Esc hen have returned from a short
stay In Portland where they were tbe
guests ol friends.
To help reduce the cost of living
Due to market conditions and tbe fact that prices here quoted are in many cases
less than today's factory cost we reserre'the right to limit quantities although
we want to supply patrons all they reasonably need for their own use.
Pepperell cr Mohawk sheetings, 81 inches
wide, bleach or brown, the yard. ...... .69c
Fancy colored outing flannels, the yard. .25c
Extra quality white outing flannel,, the
yard .25c .
Extra quality white outing flannel, the
yard ..v.... ........29c
36-inch Challies, yard. . .29c
Amoskeag ginghams, the' yard. . .-. . . . . . .29c
and v..!.. 1 ......35c
Crash toweling, bleached or brown, the,
yard... ......... lSc and 25c
Bed spreads, special, each.'. ......... .$1.83 -
Huck towels, linen finish, size 17x35 each 19c '
Huck towels, linen finished, sire 19x12,
each . . . .'. .'... . . ; .... .25c
Cotton blankets, best qVality, 61x76, the
pair : .$2.83
Ladies Bungalow Aprons made of genuine
Scout Percale, each..
Our Prices Always the Lowest
Commercial and Court Streets
gale & co.,
Formerly Chicago Store
out value Intended for use in pro
curing orders for goods, except sam
ples of food and table luxuries, but
Including samples of coffee,' cocoa.
sugar, raw tobacco and dried fruits.
Up to a limit of 11 pounds foodstuffs
destined .for the personal use of the
Importer except that no package shall
contain more than two pounds of the
following articles: margarine, fats
(lard), bakers articles (crackers,
etc.), macaroni, coffee, tea, cocoa,
; "Confectionery and other 'articles
coming under the tariff duty No. 202.
Each package may contain soap, can
dles and starch, not to exceed ' five
"The following articles are abso
lutely prohibited: ' Butter, meat and
meat articles, bacon, flour, sugar.
pineapples, ginger;' vanilla, cavalr.
cavalr substitutes, cavalr pickles,
crabs, lobsters and oysters. -
"No other articles will be received
without a license and senders are
requested to apply to the Imperial
commission in Berlin when it Is de
sired to mail other merchandise to
obtain from him the necessary per
mission to make the importation."
i Reports from, the postal aathori
Ues of , Germajix-claim, that a large
part of tbe packages received from
America are browen and in a dam
aged condition. It was satd that
more ear should be taken when sesi
ing parcels that distance.
"How often does yonr road kill s
manf! asked a facetious traveUrj
salesman of a Central Branca co&dar-
tor the other day. . f
replied the conduct.,
LADD h BUSHBANKERS
, Established 1868 '
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General Banking Business. :
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Office. Hours from 10 a. to, to. 3 p. m.
Boulders Fall on Bridge
Holding up 5. P. Electric
. PORTLAND. Jan. &. Loosened
touldera from Elk rock. on the Sou
ther - cPacific electric line between
Rivera and Oswego, dropped on th
track early today resulting in break
ing several strlncers of the trestl
ooraenng ine wtuamette river on a
curve and spreading the rails. The
watchman flagged a train from Port
land and the passengers were trans
ferred by automobile to Oswego and
Rivera. The train -was brought
back here. Until the daage to the
trestle has been repaired all west
side .trains will be detoured. The
trouble occurred at the same place
where rocks fell on a passing pas
senger train last. month, injuring a
number or persons..
Mail Regulations for
Germany Are Explained
Owing to the confusion) caused by
persons wishing to send parcels
through the malls to Germany by not
knowing what articles- and what
amount of each may be seat. Post
master IJuckesteln has requested tbat
section of the Import laws of Ger
many, covering this point be nub-
llaher. They follow: .
The Berlin office has given notlee
that the' importation into Germany
of acceptable merchandise ' excent
newspapers, periodicals, books, sam
ples and foodstuffs is permitted only
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! commissioner of extort and lmoorts.
1 1 No. C-g Lutxowfi street. Berlin, w. 10
"Sample and foodstuffs may be im
ported without license i as follows:
Up to a weight limit of 12 ounces.
sample goods of merchandise, with
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aturday, Jap. IGth
At 1:30 P. M.
HOUSES ADJOIN PROPERTY OF
Hunt Bros. PacJringCo., Division ahdFrohtSts.
These houses are to be remored from the property by buyer. For further infor
mation call at office of Hunt Bros. Packing Co., or telephone 150. .