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TOR ORECOX frTATTHMAX: WKDNESltAY. APRIL 7. 1020.
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
The Story of a Honeymoon
A Wonderful Romance of Married Life Wonderfully Told by
ADELE GARRISON ?
V CHAPTKR 562
'WHY MADGE SMILED , f.ACK AT
!' i " , -"What
Is It. Madge?" breathed
Lillian Underwood. "Care!ul, my
- I rallied myself with an effort at
seat in the cafe where Lillian and
brought Katherine Sonnot and me
nisauisea as miaaio-agc-.t i.auu--ni-erican
-women, I bad bten an un
suspected witness of trie meeting be
tween Grace Draper, lor iha finding
of whom Lillian had planned tec ex
pedition to the cafe, and Allen Drake,
the low-toned wtrnlng, 1 From my j the man I knew wa tracking my
father for some unfathomable rea
son of his own.
Unsuspected? Yes. as far at
Grace Draper and Allen-Drake wer
concerned. But In my interest In
the couple whose lives in such wide
ly different ways had been linked to
mine, 1 bad forgotten to loer my
eyes, and Harry Underwood.- Lillian s
recreant husband, who, we had sup
posed, was in South Ameiica. but
who had accompanied Crf.ce Draper
to the cafe, had evidently recog
nired me. As he bad panged me. on
his way to the front of the cafe. 1
had seen a glint or what ! feared
was recognition come into his eyes.
and tben when he had returned to
his seat he had seized a moment
when Grace Draper was engaged In
conversation with Allen Drake to
wink deliberately at me.
Either way you want to spell
it, they are classy, popular,
rich and beautiful, and we
can fit you "properly."
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!. kid. "'. . . 1 .... .... ........... J.:. .$12.00
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ratent. . . .... . . . ... . . . . , . . ................. L . . ... . .$10.00
Red Cross Pump, welt soles, leather, cuban'heels at only $11.00
Plain Pump, medium vamp, euhan heels, brown side calf $7.00
Patent . . i . ...V .. $3.00
Black Kid Pump, high front, imitation 3 button brand, new
pattern, very swell, has covered Louis heels, only . . . . . .$9.00
Black Kid Colonial Pump, black buckle, leather Baby Louis
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pull Kid Metal Buckle, Colonial Pump, military heels at $7.50
White Cab. Kid Pump, white ivory leather,' welt soles, cov
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White Cab. Kid Pump, turn soles, covered euban heels with
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White Satin Pumps, turned' soles, satin covered Louis heels,
aluminum plates. .$525
White Reignskin Pumps, Louis heels. $5.50
White Canvas Pumps, covered Louis heels $3.65
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.White Canvas Pumps, covered Baby Louis heels. ...... .$325
"White Canvas Pumps, covered Cuban heels..... . 3.6i
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And Many Other Pumps
I 1 at Attractive Prices
" SHOES 1' f
HAVE DARK HAIR
AND LOOK YOUNG
XolKKly can Tell when yon Darken
Gray. Faded Hair with
Grandmother kept her hair beau
tifully darkened, glossy and attrac
tive with a bref; of Sage Tea and
Sulphur. Whenever her hair took
on that dull, faded-or streaked ap-'
pearance. this simple mixture was
pplied with wonderful effect. Hy
s'klnr at anv -tu sfor for "Vr-
eth's Sage and Sulphur Compound.
you will get a large bottle of this
r1 rl t Irvm wlno ImnrnTMl bv th ad-
I was almost paralyzed with ter- ditlon of other ngredlents, already
ror, but l managed to turn my race
toward Lillian without allowing any
expression of fear or recognition to
come into it. and answered her
qnestlon in the same low tones as
I am' sure Mr. Underwocd ha
Why?" The question was startled.
and her tone clipped short, bnt, even
in the dismay that must have been
her portion, she did not forget to
keep h;r voice inaudible.
What Lillian Did.
Her composure gave me courage.
I took hold of my quivering nerves
and scourged them Into submission.
"When he passed us a few min
utes ago. I fancied he looked in a
startled manner at me. although 1
wasn't sure. But Jiif now he caught
my eye and winked.
Over Lillian's face flashed a look
In which dismay and doubt were
succeeded by resolution. She leanel
"Dear child." she sail softly. "I
am going to ask somethfug hard of
you, and I want you to grant it, lut
you know that I wouldn't ask it if
anything else were possible."
"It is granted now," I returned
quietly, with my eyes fixed on her
"I knew It." she returned. "Now
Katherine and Mr. Cabinero will re
sume their conversation in Spanish.
and I want you to find a tlpto when
the. others at Harry's table are not
observing him.. He will try to catch
your eye again. When he does.
smile at him. with as friendly an air
as yon can manage. It s our Cnly
chance that be will not betray our
presence here to Grace Draper. Has
Mr. Underwood ever seen you, Kath
"Not to my knowledge." Kather
"uood. , Then you can k?ep up
the conversation without fear . f de
tection. Only be careful when Grace
Draper goes past the tabic. As for
me, I'm going to take advantage of
my position as an old, old lady to
make myself very small. I don't
htink even Harry will suspect who
bhe threw her loose wrap more
tlrhtly about her, and, sitting rl wer
to the table, shrank down into bcr
chair In some Indescribable manner
antil she looked almost ttny. And
her fringe of gray' hair and veil-
to use. at very lime ost. This sim
ple mixture can be depanded upon
to restore natural color and beauty
to the hair.
A well known downtown druggist
says everybody uses wyetns aage
and Sulphur Compound now because
it darkens so naturally and evenly
that nobody can tell It has been ap
plied It's so easy to use. too. You
simply dampen a comb or soft brush
and draw it through your hair, tak
ing one strand at a time, By morn'
ing the gray hair disappears; after
another application or two. It Is re
stored to its natural color and looks
glossy, soft and beautiful,
Owing to numerous re
quests from patrons,
we again offer for three
days Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday
Our best quality Crepe
de Chine and Georgette
Cocoanut Oil Fine
For Washing Hair
If you want to keep your hair In
good condition, be careful what you
wash it with
Most soaps and prepared sham
poos contain too much alkali. This
dries the scalp, makes the hair brit
tie, and is very harmful. Mulsified
cocoanut oil shampoo (which Is
pure and ,entlrely greaseless). is
much better than anything else you
can use for shampooing, as this can't
possibly injure the hair.
Simply moisten your hair with
water and rub. It In. One or two
teaspoonfuls will make an abun
dance of rich, creamy lather, and
cleanses the hair and scalp thor
oughly. The lather rinses out eas-
d raped hat effectually rhie'dol hef
face. Well as I knew every line of
her, I should never have dreamed
that the queer, rather dowdy ligure.
opposite me were she, if I hadn t
bten In the secret.
Madge's Strange Hope.
Dut with an optimism, strung, al
most freakish. In Lillian Ua Jet wood.
she evidently underrated the keen
eyes and brain of the man who was
Mill legally her husband, from bis
seat at the table be was unable to
roe her in the semi-vtreenel alcove
In whfch we sat. liui if. as I now
was sure, he had thougbt ic recog
nized ma when be pass-id our 'table
at Grai- Draoer's behrt la search
of somtoue "who knew AllAn Drake,
I also was sure that be must have
cast a swift, searching glance. at 'bo
other occupants of the table when
he returned. He knew what close
friends Lillian and I were, and 1
was sure be would deduce, not onlj
that she was with me, but the rea
son for ourpresence In the cafe, div
gulsed in such bizarre fashion.
This certainty that obsessed me
made it all the more necessary that.
if possible. Harry Underwood should
be prevented from giving the knowl
edge . he possessed Into the keeping
of Grace Draper. He was maliddus.
but she was dangerous. Therefore 1
steeled myself to do w!.at Lillian
had asked, and the opportunity came
In another minute, for Grace Draper
and Allen Drake were itill convers
ing animatedly, leaving Drake's com
panions as well ' as Mr. Underwood
and his chance acquaintance to their
own devices. - -
Harry Underwood was watching
me. yet with a wary eye upon ihd
beautiful stormy petrel who sat op
posite him, tout with her back to
our table. When he was sure he
was unobserved he smiled at me
broadly, and. with a feeling of ut
tr loathing for him and for my
self, I returned his smile.
He started, and . I saw bis face
change expression. The next Instant
with a muttered word to Grace Dra
per. at wh'ch she nodded but did
not turn her head, be rose from his
seat and. to my horror, came direct
ly toward our table.
(To be continued)
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40 inch All Silk Crepe de Chine
40 inch All Silk Georgette Crepe
Extra Special, per yard
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NILE CORAL SALMON, ETC.
Out Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & COMPANY
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Commercial and Court Street Formerly Chicago Store
the legislature from the first district.
. D. Shank. Damascus, for Re
publican nomination for representa
tive In the legislature from the If th
Valley Motor Company to
Serve Ford Owners Only
Carrying out the 1 specialization
idea of the Ford Moor company.
"Fords Only.!' Is the sign which is
soon to be bung over the door of the
High street headquarters of the Val
ley Motor company. Ford and Ford-
Colds, Biliousness, driven
out with ,CscareUM
son distributors la this territory.
With the completion of the sncp
improvements now under way in
their repair and service department,
the Valley Motor company Is to con
fine Its repair and maintenance ac
tivities to Ford cars only, according
to the announcement made by John
Harbison. Ford sales manager of the
company. All servlcn facilities. In
cluding the shop, tire and patts
stocks will be turoel to the accom
modation of Foru owners, their
needs and troubles,
"This Is In conformity with the
Ford policy la force ib tugboat the
country., says Mr. Harbison, -and
our idea in confirm: oar service to
Ford owners alone Is to latsrs pr
per. prompt and ctflet&t care for
the needs T ."nr rtnomrr -
"TO Insere ibis ervlre w Ir.t
spent aroial f20U oa , laprG
ments and a-1dtl04s t Acr tars
equipment. New raacblnta. fit U'
est word ut show accssoie. (or let
ting hearings and boring eyl?
have been added to the firnt'o cf
the shop ind It has be-a elarrl t
nearly double tts f jnner capacity
Lawyer (to fair client, a defend
ant) When a yoaag J a ror looks it
you. weep: when an old one loots
at you. flirt. '
FOR NEW POST
Drive away those persistent eno-
mies of happiness biliousness and
constipation. Don't stay headacLy,
sick; tongue coated, sallow and -mis
erable! Never have colds. Indica
tion, upset stomach, or that misery-
making gas. Feel splendid always
by taking Cascareta occasionally.
Cascarets never gripe, sicken or la
convenience you like Calomel. 3alts.
Oil or nasty harsh Pills. They cost
so little and work while yon sleep.
v 77- ... i IV
Follow the crowd to the Dreamland TUaku ldlee
Chlidrea'a Day, Satarday, 23c. 'Hand saasic Katarday
Lry- Jemovfs eery particle of Secretary 'of Serricc Commif-
dnsL dirt: dandruff and- excessive I , - J . . T
sion Wants to be Union
dust dirt, dandruff and excessive
oil. The hair dries quickly and even
ly, and It leaves It fine and silky.
bright, fluffy and easy to manage.
You tan get Mulsified cocoanut
oil shampoo at most any drug store
It Is very cheap, and a few ounces is
enough to last everyone In the fam
ily for months
hi i r ;
, a,, .; sj -
From one to six of these dump
jobs can be delivered on thirty-six
hours notice 'i,;Vi
W. H. Hildebrandt &Co.
279 North Commercial Street
Ed Wright, who for several years
bas been secretary of .the state pub
lic service commission, yesterday
filed declaration of his candidacy for
district attorney for Union county
He tendered his resignation to the
commission several months ago and
will leave Salem about May 1 and
again make his home at La Grande
in his platform Mr. Wright says
he will "give to Union county and
the state of Oregon the Same qual
ity of service that has characterized
my past' employment In public of
fice." His slogan will be "My past
official record Is your assurance of
Integrity, fairness and common
Other candidates who filed yes
Fred Dale Webber. Portland. Re
publican nomination for representa
tive from the 18th representative
Walter R. Gleason. Portland, del
egate to the Democratic national
Frank C. McCollocb, Baker. Dem
ocratic nomination for representa
tive In the legislature from the 3rd
F. 8. Bramwell. Grants Pa. Ke-
pubiican nomination for state sena
tor from the seventh senatorial district.
S. D. Peterson. Milton. , Repu oil
can nomination for district attorney
lor i matilla county.
Mrs. F. C. Northrup, Republican
candidate for delegate to national
convention from the state at large.
Oren R. Richards. Portland, for
ra a .
KcpuDiican nomination for repre
sentative in tbe legislature from the
18th district. ,
i1son T. Hume. Portland, for Re-
. L 1 1 i -
yui'uran nomination tor state sen
ator from the 13th senatorial dis
Herbert Gordon. Portland, for Re
publican nomination for representa
tive In the legislature from the 18th
Zorn. Donald, for Republl
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skilled workers. Full fashioned and rein
forced to make them wear-resistin?.
lilies' pure silk IlW, seamless foot, with fancy clocking in Black, Brown and Whit
Rt . $X85
LatHr-H pure Ihrca.l silk, fasliioned hose in Mack only, extra quality at $50
Ladies' pure thread, wlk fashioned Itone in three poimlar brands Knox-Knit. Ikavrr Knit
and IJustpr Drown, in Black, White and Brown at $00
Indies' Pure Silk and Fiher Hose, in several different colors at.....
Ladies extra quality filter Silk Hose with and without cam, in all colors at.
Ladies Silk and fiber hose in a number of fancy anj plain colors, special at.
can nomination for representative la