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THE OREGON STATKSUAV. T.IXF.iIY, JAXI ARV 14. A2Q.
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Ity KU'IH I i:OKK KISllKll
Mrs. K..T; Heliytr leaves ladny f r ; -Holt. Mr, lltidelsoti h.is twii
southern Calif trnia to s:ml the win- making a business trip tliroug'.i
ten She wflf visit reluthre in r.o t I Washingion and stapled in Salem
Angeles and friend in ,YLU hr-.'.nd. Un his way hanie.
Him Francisco and " (Xikluiul lt-fii
'returning io'Saleui. 1
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The Danghtera of Veterans will
meet at th, .armory this, evening t
tlorr officers for the ensiring year.
.Mrs. Y. A. KUioit. president bf-th'
organization, will preside and sever
al ne wrrie.liber wHj k Initiated.
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Mm; Zado? UijrH, spent Tuesday
in -Portland. ' J
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AV. ;'A.' Hudelson of - Xorth Powder
nan been upending the past few day
' in Salem the guest of his fctsr. Mrs.
Mrs. W. E. Languth of Portland
i is spending two weeks in Salem th.
hone guest of-hsr sister. Miss Mar
garet Valer, organist at the Oregon
Miss Pimji. Smith' or the 'Beta ChV
Jiouse ha returned to the univer
sity after spending the Christ mas
holidays with her parent in Van
Master David Cherrinprton has ar
rived in Salem fr.im eastern Oergoii
and will snend the remainder of the
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'. Nn-lfcwte Cornet Samples, Medium and-Large Size
! y A. L LYONS
123 Court St. j .
Of the Hair
Fills the Comb
AKcattons Barber Shops
winter with his grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. William Cherrinirton.
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The annual business meeting of
SU Paul's Episcopal ehnrrh was held
Mondav nieht in the parlors of the
church. After the meeting a social lt r
lafure and are domiciled at the Ho
tel Mariou. Mr.-Wataon la eiu4t-
! .d with the Oregon Journal.
Mrs. Inland Porter gave a dra
matic recital at the First ChrlMlaj
church in Dallas last Friday evenlnf.
Thi recital was greatl enjoyed,, as
are all of Mrs. Porter's programs.
Mrs. llerhert Mart Mayer of Hel
ena. M.mt.. will arrive In Salem tit
latter nnrt f the wwk t. be a bona
guest for feveral weeks of her sis
ter. Mrs. l-e' L- Gilbert: Mrr. Marr
will be ac.'ompanieil (mfu Portland
by Mr. and Mrs. I, n. SnyWr who
will remain for the week-end.
Alma Rohrer or Ijinsanne uau
is spending a few days in Portland-
The North Salem Women's eln
meets today at 2:30 with Mrs. O. It.
Straushaugh at North Hroai-
wav. The business meeting will be
followed by a social hour.
The wornens home rtlssi 'nry o-
cietv of ih Jason l.e- MetlMxIia'
rhnreh wlli mt this afternoon t
2:?.rt o'cW-k at the name of Mrs.
i;. H. Rnberts. IS ST Xorth Winter
street.- The meeting will be the reg-
rlar nnarterly tea.
A l.l-hf'-v p:r.Ttv was given ror
Flora Fletcher at her home. 1SST X.
Xorth Winter street Monday evening.
The ntfair w a In h por ef her
friends in the vicinity of the Fletch-
home r.t Xorih Howell. Tnoae
Oregon Industries Yeek
Jan. 19th to 24th
$40.00 in cash
CALL OR PHONE FOR
PART1CUURS AT GALE &
hour was enjoyed at the rectory.
Mrs. Carlton Smith sang two solo
in her usual delightful taanner, after
which dainty refreshments were
serveJ by the hostess.
.Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Watson or
Portland are in Salem for the leqls-
.resent wre: nan; veiiima".'
Virgil Morgan. Alice Morgan. Maude
Peer. Edna Stevens. Nttie Dunn.
Gladvs Oddie of North Howell. r-(
nie Milne of Central Hwelt. Ralph
Kester. Harry Kester of Suver. and
Pertha Vlck or Salem.
The Yonng Women's Christian
association will hold "open house"
tonight An the association rooms as
? rt of the "Come and See uro
gram. The general public la invited
to attend and learn' or the various ac
tivities or the organization. The af
a p-rt or a plan to better fa
miliarise the public, with the Y. W.
C. A. work.
at money saving prices
36 inch plaid dres goods, per yrd 63c
34 tech Navy Serf, pr yard. . .i9a
38 tech SiDc Poplin, all colors, pr yard J1.4J
66 inch Tweed Coating, per yard... "5
44 inch All Wool French Serge, per yard 2SS
38 inch All Wool Poplin, per yard i JJ-M
56 inch Wool Flannel, per yard, $1-49
52 inch Chiffon Broadcloth, per yard
46 inch All Wool Serge, iponged and ihrnnk, per yard. : . . . .-.$1.93
Axnoskeag Ginghams, per yard . . . . -29c and 35c
Percales, yard wide, per yard 29c and 35c
Romper Cloth, per yard -..39c
Our prices always the lowest
GALE- & CO
Commercial and Court Streets
Publicity Campaign for Bet
ter Babies Started by Mer
chants of County ' .
Th postponed Deeenilfr clinic, of
the Marion County Ch.-ildwa's bu
reau will be held Thursday afternoon
et 2 oVi in the auditorium of thv
Salem Commercial ?1u?t all babies
who were admitted to h-i f)ecember
clinic to be. taken care of at the Jan
uary clinic IVe regulation number feature of th- clinic will ! the ol
of SS.has becu more than made np. lection or bableV an J smalt cbildien's
those remaining on th" lit to receive! clothes, and wh!n will bo dlansfed
attention at another date. , J by Mr. John A. Carsoa, president of
A pubj;t .campaign Tor better,-1 be bureau.
Formerly Chicago Store
babies ha l.ee'. Marte.t by Merchant j
of the county, win wilt aid the bur
eau by rrakini? suitable winoow olal
Tlayi each monr'.t. j
Kverything thnt s. baby r.r youngi
chFld needs for i. proper develop-,
ment will l shovn. centered around;
a better babies poser,- Thso win- Anr?
dows will be ui'trn. -ach mouth.!
Mrs. X. A. Hegel of Portland,
chairman of ihe :hlldrena bireati or
the State Pa re'i; -Teacher n.sciation
will be present again at (hi wek's
clinic, and will aid in thi work. The
Gather as Ones Age
Closes Saturday, January 17th, at 9 p. m., you will be very sorry if you miss those
WONDERFUL BARGAINS :
Most of the Prices are below present factory prices. We bought many thousands of dollars worth last season at the low prices. They are now
here and we must clear our shelves for spring goods which will begin to come soon.
YOU GET THE BENEFIT
Don't Delay. Get your shoes while sizes are here. Look at this short list ofbargains.
. . j Today's
Lot No. .' MEN'S SHOES . Value
722 Brown Bull Dog toe, Neolin soles $8.00
0722 Brown Bull Dog toe, ()ak welt sol e . ............ . . . $8.00
07CO vici kid 'Hiker' toe kid lined double welt soles, viscotfzed $9.00
73 gun metal broad ' ' Comfy ' toes . $10.00
lib vici kid, broad "Comfy" toes ..V.. .."..,;.,;..$9.5a
701 Stetson high grade kid, straight last, the very finest qual-
v ity shoe; war tax 30c. .$18.50
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709 Stetson high grade kid Corndodger last, war tax, 35c. . $19.00
75S brown grain, heavy blucher, welt soles . . J .$7.50
' Foresters hand-made logger, 10-inch top, double sole, double
pegged, a real $20 shoe for. ............ . .............. .
Boys' black calf blucher, sizes 1 to &y2, regular $5, special. . . . . . . . $35 .
Boys brown army blucher, sizes 1 to' 5U, regular $5.50 special. .. i.$4.45
C O ME, L OOK FOR YOURSE L F
LotNo. LADIES' SHOES Sale Price
228-240 brown with cloth tops, $9 to $9.50 values $5.95 '
114 "Selby" black kid, cloth top, French heels regular $8, Special $3.95
0204 black kid cloth top, school heels, value $8, special. $4.35
0207 black kid, cloth top, , school heels, value $6.75, special $4.65
404 black kid pumps, French heels, value $8, special ..... . . $3.95
1 145-244 "Red Cross" brown kid with fieldmouse kid tops, French or Cuban
lti heels, worth $18, our regular $15 at .....'f(war tax 20c).... ..$11.90
l.l J55 ',Rcd Cro" foU dress patent dull kid topcovered Louis XV heels, new
est long toe last, now $15, our regular $13.50 special (war tax 10c) $10.85-
538 gun metal lace, low heels, sizes 11 to 2. .
505 black kid lace, low heels, sizes 11 to 2. . . .
0542 dark grey kid English lace, low heels, 11 to 2.
537 "PlamaU" black elk bal. sizes 12 to 2. ....... .
0629 Infant's patent, cloth top, no heels, l'to 5. . .
631 Infant's gun metal button, spring heels, ; 5 to 8.
. .$4.50 $2.95
. .$3.50 $2.85
. .$2.25 $1.80
Practically every modern occupa
ation strains the eyes. ' People work
at close range at desk or bench t
very close work which demands in
tense concentration of vision for
long periods. The result ! almost
invariably eye strain.
Everyone pays the penalty whore
vision is not what It ought to h
by the lessened earning capacity ,. . lh. n.rt:.
which bad eyesight alwaya bring. fnarfh Mng tor tbe bttWBe mK
Tne injury titat eyestrain wreags The meeting was attended br a Un
you'd think he'd be ashamed., ai
Dr. Reld. "Tou wotid find hla pti
baggy, hla coat shabby, and that I
need his hair eat. In Irelan4 ti?
wear tneir eiomes uatu utey iH
worn out. That's why they ey
prosperity and happiness. Their V.
is not a sham." 7
iFlax is one of the most importa:
Indnstries of Ireland and Pr. Re
Is weO-rn-aainted with It. He n
could not see why Oregoa thou:
not be abb to grow eomtgli flax t
suffice the demands of tot enti
"So Ions Oregon Is develop!:
Its resources It strikes toe strarr
why this Is not taken Bp. he sa
"for I am Mire that fortunes raa
made with it here as they arc
John W. Troy, singing evtatelU
bo with Dr. Reid. 1 eoadaetiz
upon the health also weakens the
power to earn, which again meant
The prodigal waste of good vision
in youth haa to be accounted forj
ana nature sinaes a Data nee ny im
posing the penalty of enfeebled eyes.
How often might the depression
and the greyness of age be lessened
were only eyesight cared for and pr
serveo. . Life would not then lose Its
brightness nor our pleasures the
power to charm and cheer.'.
Scientific auentlon can do mncb
today to improve sight which Is fall
ing; but It can do infinitely more
a eplendid work indeed in prevent
ing the development of eye troubles.
If your eyes need attention ee
Dr. L. Hall Wilson. Eyesight Spec
ialist. 210-21 1 IT. s. National bank
er crowd than ever
t-efng turned away.
before. - taa:
Irish Preacher Thinks Ore go-
mans Can Make Fortunes
Dr. S. J. Reid. Irish Preacher, ad
dressed the Palera business men Won
aay noon at the Commercial elub.
using the subject of "Commercial
Possibilities of Ireland."
Dr. Reid'a keen sense of Irish hu
mor was hirhly evident all throurh
the address. Even when snentln
of the present political problem fac
ing nis country he likened It to Just
n Irih r.larful prank." He said that
ha realizes that probably no greater
. rr4t nr -oartT flow,
ever, be declared tbe Irish being ag
gressive and thrirty. will form a so
I at Ion., after which greater thing
are. la store for them.
, From an Industrial point of view
Dr. Reid says that. Ireland Is proe
perons and happy. One reason t
which he attributes this is the great
fooperative commercial scheme, elim
inating the middle man and under
mining comretitlon. Owlnr to the
fertility or th soil and thrift of the
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insu. ne riatms mat Ireland is tb
upply house of Great Britain." Ev
ery day except Sunday shiploads o?
products of Ireland are sent to Great
The per -capita bank deposits of
ire is mi are higher than those of
either England. Scotland nr Wales.
Thla was laid to the undenUble
thrift of the Irish.
Dr. Reid says that an Irishman
can't be judged by his appear
ances. He claims that they
not try. like the Americans, to make
themselves appear Just a little bet
ter than they are. Rather, they-look
a little worse.
"I'll bet If .yoo saw Lloyd 'George
Any CpmpTcmae Favoni
by Willamette Sfcies!
Willamette university stsdec
are fn favor of any kind, of a cm
promise that will Insure adoptloa c
the-treaty of peaca and estaslis
ment of the league of nations. TV
Is evident from a vote taken by
lamette.tadat at tbe chapel hot
Monday on tbe Peace treaty pn
The four proposed sol a Horn t
tbe 'problem and the vote east 1
Vch were as follows:
Clause 1. That the lea rue cf as
tlonp aa first presented by Preside
wuson t accepted with no aracsc
Mnents or reservatioas. 57 votes, f
Clanae 2.- That there be
league at all, 16 votes. i
Clause J. That the league b
eepted with the. Lodge reservaOot
170 votes. i
Clause 4. That any kind cf t
compromise that wIlKlntnre pasta;
or the league be accepted. 72 vote
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