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By BETTI KESSI. Phone
The. l&tb birthday pf her, daugh
ter, - Phyllis, was the inspiration
.for the delightful occasion Satur
day ; afternoon ' when Mrs. Q. W.
. Day ! Invited a number of the
- younger misses 105 a line party, at
, , the Oregon theater, , an.d -later a
. luncheon served at the Day honje.
' Among the guests whoceleferat
ed the flay with Thyllfr were Cyn
hiaDelan, Helen Darby, Edith
GlalsyerlMaxIne " Son 'Isabel
George.: Dorothy Stafford, ' Hazel
McEfroy, : Dorothy ' McCracken,
. MildTidtJarson. Elizabeth Waters.
Delpho; Savage. Delpnlne garage.
Ruth rrKaysrJtanet Rathbun. Ethel
, You ijg, Catherine;. Ro we. La Telle
T Keen arid Bina May, Shanks.
; Gay with Christmas flowers and
. candles, n the red and green col
ors was the luncheon table, where
. covers wete . placed -for the-maids
after thr afternoon at (be-thea-.
ter. . " ' i ; v .-" '
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With Mrs. Karl Becke. Mrs. Dan
Fry Jr. M rat" Robert McNary and
i Mrs.' GusHixon as special guests,
the bridge luncheon club met With
Mrs. Orris Fry" as hostess Friday
for a' 1 o'clock luncheon and af
" terneon of 6rit!ge; 'Rod and "green
-Hvas "the rolor'corhbinatloh" carried
Ar.t '!: the" cheerful- decorations.
;: Mrs. Paul ' Hendricks " won high I
j score for, bridge. i5ho has Invited:
the members " of the, club to ? be
... Uor. Tiests,.for..tbj best meeting
.of the new year.
': Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Don gb ton
'pht Christmas day in Albany at
m the' home of Mrs. M. B;'Spreriger.
In observance of an old family
vi.custom, the ' children and grand
children ofMr. and Mrs: William
5: McGilchristVmet" at their grand
'parenta' home for a Christmas eve
party.' and Christmas ftreef jwith
-. Santa . Claus," Joining In" the party,
.startling the shyer Ones and Jolly
Zing with !the' bolder, ones who,
' through years of acquaintance had
- become better acquainted with the
; joiiy; pid st. Nicholas,; 4
"y For" Christmas ' dinner Mr. and
MrsJ- McGUchrlst , entertained' as
, their guests Miss HateV McGilch-
i rist, George McGUchrlst of Albany,
? John '"McGUchrlst ot" Gresham,
Xichol ilcGUchrist ? of Portland.
'', Mr andMrs. Millar McGUchrlst
." of Portland.
:. 4 For. a group of 5 ft. young people
X: Prof. " and Mrs. TV fC Roberts en,--
tertained with ajrChrfstmas party
and musical between ithe iours of
r 7 and ?:30. o'clock; iSatuxday eve
niiag." The first ir Of the" y
X. nlng was spent In the recital roars'
U during which " the "following peiv
IE0 STUFFED W
mim o cold?
If l your nostrils V clogged,
yohr throat ': distressed, - or your
head is stuffed by nasty catarrh
or a cold,' apply a little pure, anti
septic germ' destroying cream'' in
to "your nostrils. ' "It penetrate?
through every air passage, sooth
in Inflamed, swollen, membranes
and yoii ge tnstant - relief, , : ' ' ?
"How good-iti eels. "Tour nos
trils are open - Tour head Unclear.
No' more hawking, 'snuffling, dry
ness" or strugKlfnjr for breath. Get
a' small 'bottfe" of Elys" Cream
Bain) from ; any druggist, f Colds
and ' catarrh yield like magic
Don't Uystufi,np!, ' ReUef .is
sure.-aov, . ... . r,.
sons participated:YeUna May,
Kenneth Morris, Maxine Sun. Jas.
Luper, Mary Jane Lau, Lawrence
Engstroml Grace Elizabeth Hol
man, DorriaKemp, Hattie .Ramp
and Sammy Ramp. Tal Rogers,
Dorothy Pickens. Lucille Aspiri
wail. Mary Schei and EdlthFind
ley. I " ; : .
'Beulah Roberts sang a solo, ac
companied by Isobel George; Dor
othy Sned gave two Christmas
readings', Bobby Ramp sang "Away
in ' the Minger," accompanied by
his mother; Mary Schei and Edith
FIndley" played a duet, as did
Hattie and Sammy Ramp.
After 'the program games were
participated in until the hour
when Santa Claus appeared to. rid
the tree of Its burden of gifts for
the guests, and to see that each
person was .served, with the dainty
refreshments. Before the child
ren departed s the , lights were
turned low and, gathering around
the lighted tree they sang carols,
ending with the old favorite "Holy
Night. Silent" Night." v V
T" - At-- I 1L'. Y" 1 k
r or ine uccaaiuii ue nuveria
home was beautifully decorated
with ' holly and Christmas greens.
Holly 'and fir entwined the ban
isters of the .stairway leading to
the study room, wherein stood the
gorgeously ornamented Christmas
tree;, lighted with, numerous, elec
tric bulbs s6f many colors. Small
er trees were" effectively; placed in
the other rooms to further carry
but tnee ff ect. k -l -i;S..f.c
. -:- - '
Miss Lenta ; Baumgartner ,an3
Miss Ruth Griffith will entertain
a' group of young maids with an
informal luncheon at' the home' ot
Mr.! and Mrs Joseph Baumgartner
Thursday. "' ' "7 :"'-';.' :
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Thursday evening is the date
chosen by the Julius Caesar club
of the Salem high school for their
informal; dancing party.' T'-'
: .- !"'. ,:, : -'"
The Daughters of Veterans win
hold their regular meeting t this
evening at the armory.
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' The woman's auxiliary of St.
Paul'a Episcopal church .will meet
at the home of Mrs. H.-.D. Cham
bers Friday afternoon for the an
nual election of officers. . As this.
isto .be a very, important, jneet
Ing. all the members of the auxp
iary are urged to be present,
M ' ; : - ' ! " " ;
Mrs 31. McCann and her two
daughters Margaret and Josephine
are spending the holidays in San
Francisco i visiting with relatives.'
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With Mrs. Benjamin Padeasran
ad'dtional guest, the 'membe'rfi of
the; Amicus sewing club enjoyed
the afternoon Thursday t as guests
of Mrs.. lAwrence Simon.' "Poin
settias and. holly made a cplpff111
background ,for the neecliewbrk
and chatUng. LaterJ in the , "day
the' hostess served the guests with
a delicious tray,, luncheon. "
' $or a Christmas dinner j party,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur TJtley 'aad
Pr and , Mrs. Corydon" Blodgett
were hosts to Mrs. William Mc
Call, Mr. and Mrs. Henry LMcCalL
Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Allen, and Mr
and Jlrs. Ralph Allea. ',;.;
; i " ; .
According to her plans, Mrs. B.
L. SteeveswlU leaye for Jos An
geles this wee to visit, for a shdrt
time with ' lit. anf; Unt Paul
Morse who - moved' to that' city
early in the fall. Mrs. Morse, will
be remembered as Muriel Steevesl
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: Mr! and Mr. H. A- Soults and
their two children, Elizabeth and
Edgar, of - Eugene are holiday
guests at the ' borne of ' Mr. and
on (dl iUckeis at
San Francisco l4)s Angeles
And many other points on the
Southern Pacific m the Sunny,
Southern States. : i-
Use one of four dally trains to
California; through standard
and tourist sleeping cars to
San Francisco and Los : 'An--geles.
Take your choice of three
routes to the East from Cali
fornia with through sleeping
cars to Eastern cities.- - .
. "; Sights., worth, aeeing via the .
Southern Route Include the'
American, River Canyon, : pic
" turesque Carrlso Gorge, and
; the famous Apache' Trail of --
r'l ;;- i . "
Let us assist you with the de
( tails of your tripl
Asst. . Passenger Traffic Manager
Portland, Oregon. '
orthem ;Faeific lines
Mrs. F. S. Anunsen. Mr, and Mrs.
Tom Harris : and Donald Harris
we're; additional guests ;for ' Christ
mas day." . ? .'j.r " '
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; Miss Ruth' fj3aViies. woo is this
year ' ITttehding -tbie University bf
Washington as a senior is spend
ing" heif" vacation with" ?her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barnes.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cox (Bun
Parrish) and their son and daugh
ter, ' ot : Everett. Washngton, are
spending the Christmas days in
Salem .visiting among tpeir rela
tives. , . 'r -' ' ,
, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers are
the house guests during the week
of Mr.' and Mrs. Frank Mi Jordan
of Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers
left by motor Saturday morning.
Drl and Mrs. W. Carlton Smith
motored to Albany yesterday to
have . Christmas dnner with Dr.
Smith's mother. r S '
Mr. 'and Mrs. Homer Goulet
are- the house' guests during the
week of Dr., and Mrs. Hugh Wil
liamson of Portland. A number
of social affairs are planned for
their pleasure, during; their j visit.
Mr. and Mra N. H. Loonev were
hosts for a Christmas dinner par
ty yesterday Inviting -as - guests.
Mrs. S. C Dyer. Mr. and Mrs. W.
Connell Dyer with their two sons.
and Mrs. C M. Walker. '
I Mrs. L. E. Cayiness and "three
daughters of .Portland, and; Mrs.
W. H. Dancv were dinner auests
yesterday at the country home of
Mrs. Al Jones. " " " - r 1 '
With Mrs. C. G. Nichols as Joint
hostess. Mrs. C. O. Enitstrbra very
pleasantly' entertained the yPast
Noble Grands : association at her
home Wednesday evening. .An at
tractive little Christmas tree, heav
Ilv ornamented and eiectncaiiy
lighted, with the pther greens ' of
the season ' made 1 cheerful " the
rooms where the evening was pass
ed with music ' and other social
pastime.' , Maude and I Lawrence
Engstrom gave a number of de
lightful piano numbers for the
further entertainment of , the
guests, and, Mr. . Zellsdort gave
two vocal solos. " '" '
The Past Noble Grands remem
bered the children of the IOOF
home ' araln this Christmas, and
gifts were sent to each child in
the home. Twelve pairs of pil
low slips, and a" warm comforter
was also sent in the box.' Another
gift for the little ; ones was a
year's subscripton -to the Youth's
Companion. - J . : '
A pfetty . wedding ' service i was
that of "Sunday afternoon, when
Miss Mabel Updegraff was mar
ried to Arden Wilson at the home
of her mother, Mrs. Bessie Upde
graff. 425, Eighteenth- street; In
the' presence df only a small num
ber of relatives, the Reverend R
j; 'Putnam read the single ring
ceremony. ; T ' y.: "
The " bride wore an attractive
gown of navy blue satin and car
ried a bouquet of Ophelia' roses.
Following 'the ceremony afde-
Ughtful wedding breakfast was
served to the guests. ' with the
bride gracefully presiding over
th party. - - - ,
Mr and Mrs, 'Wilson left , for
1 0-day wedding trip to' the north.
' The members or the" Kensfngton
club were charmingly "entertain
ed i by Mrs. Henry .-E. Morris at
her home Thursday afternoon. In
the rooms gayly bedecked in the
holly and fragrance of the Christ
mas greenery, the afternoon was
pleasantly spent at chatting and
putting the finishing stitches on
dainty needlework pieces for "the
Christmas trees, until a late hour
when the guests were served, with
a delicious tray luncheon .cleverly
carrying out the idea of Christ
Betless Horse Racing
Gets Away to Good Start
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 25. Bet
less horse racing got away to an
auspicious start at the Culver City tvision market ranged
Gill VALUES JIBE
Sentiment Among .Traders
Has Leaning Toward Low-
"I'.-iver Prices on Mart .
CHICAGO, Dec. 24. Assertions
that the wheat market was head
ing downward to a competitive
bais with other countries tended
to weaken all grain values today,
but were partly offset by Christ
mas evening up of accounts. The
close was unsettled, 1-8 cent, to 1-2
cent lower. May $1.06 1-& to SI. 06
1-4 and July $1.04 7-8. In corn
there was 5-8 cent to 7-8 cent set
back and oats a loss of a shade! to
1-4 cent:;.: The finish in : the pro-
soclatlon the best of success in Its
ampaign for additional members."
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It SALEM MARKETS h
j; Practically evefy ' one of the
Christmas turkeys-was sold dur
ing the: week-end and Monday, a
survey of the market shows. , No
effort was made after noon yes
terday to replenish the depleted
stocks. ' . ; ,.".'; ; j ry," '' ' s
- Eggs dropped again over the
week-end and were retailing at 38
cents and 43 cents a dozen" yester
day. This is a "reduction of ' be
tween 2 and,' 7 cents' a dolen by
the retaU men. -
Steelhead salmon, from the
Umpqua valley chiefly, Is now in
season " and is selling 1 from , 30
cents a pound. This early season
fish is of excellent quality. : ' "
-; OKAIJr AJTD SAT "
N. 2 WkCBt .T.r .T.--- -.. ,." ' ,'OAil
No. S red whut, Mckd
.45 O 4
track today with a throng of more
than 15,000 fans witnessing the.
Christmas opening of a 100-day
J. S. McGinn's Sam Reh, ridden
by Jockey - Hay, won the $ 1 2 00
Christmas .handicap, the six fur
long feature of today's1 (events,
with Serapls second and Carlos
Enrique, thirds Time. 1 :1ft.:
French Dirigible in
Distress; Crew Safe
. ' '.::.
LAKEWOOD. Nl J.. Dec. 25.--
The French drigible -Dlxmude)
which has been in .the air over
northern Africa since: last Wed
nesday, apparently helpless from
motor , trouble, has slight chance
of being saved In the opinion of
Anton - Heinen, ; consulting engin
eer on the Shenandoah and; Ger
man commander of the Dixmiide
on Its first night In Germany,
where it was built to bomb New;
York: ". :-"'- . .;".;;.". ; r '"
Captain Heinen said today he
felt no anxiety for the 50 persons
aboard who, he said, could leave
by 'ropes if the ship could be low-
ered'near enough to the earth. In
that event;' however, he Bald ' the
ship would, probably, be lost unless
it was lowered where enough per-;
sons could , be immediately gath
ered to hold It down by the ropes.
The chief danger was that a storm
might carry the ship off b sea." '
: f Captain Henen declared report
ed movements of the" ship indicat
ed that "the commanding officer
believed he ' could "repair the mo
tors in the air and eventually
return to the home station' nnder-
his own power.
Monmouth National Bank
Buyer of Paving Bonds
MONMOUTH, Or., Dec 25.
The municipal issue of improve
ment "bonds of this city, sold to
cover the 'cost of paving Monmouth
Btreet; has been bought "by the
First National Bank of Mbnmoiith
according" to announcement of lo
cal bank officials.': "The' Issue' am
ounted to $10,322 and was bought
by the successful bidder at $1,00.75
per hundred; Other bids' by Portland-banking
firms were' $100.25
and $100.35. 1 - v '
cents decline to 12 15 cent ad"
tance.jv'.;-' . . ; ,
' Sentiment among wheat traders
at the start had a noticeable lean
ing in' the ' , dlrectlod; .i-of, lower
prices. Even some houses' friend
ly to an upturn in the market ad
vised that for a while" it'would 'Be
good. policy to defer buying. Un
der such ' circumstances, selling,
although far from heavy, i; proved
to be in excess s of the demand.
Quotations were quick to respond.
However, when a moderate dec-line,
had ensued, previous sellers
showed a disposition to " collect
profits and with general pre holi
day adjustment of open risk the
market rallied . somewhat, though
failing to recover in full.
; Those who regarded wheat sup
plies as burdensome, took the po
sition v. that for the first, time on
recprd Jthe- United.;. States a was
probably : im porting -A- a greater
amount of wheat than was being
exported either as wheat or flour,
lore optimistic; traders were con
fident, nevertheless, that domestic
demand would ultimately turn out
to. be at least euat to supplies. L
- Meanwhile December deliveries
here continued liberal. "Corn
closed at virtually the bottom fig
ures of the day, sales of corn to
go" Into store "here" being 'of suffi
cient volume to prevent any de
cfded rally. With weather condi
tions favorable, offerings on the
part of country houses were said
to have enlarged and receipts In
Chicago -were .heavy', 479 cars.
Oats eased a 'little with
.Higher quotations on
strengthened the provision
ket.' ; . " : . - v-
Cooperative Marketing of '
m Eggs Favored By McNary
; Senator. Charles L. McNary fav
ors cooperative marketing of eggs
In Oregbm Er jl Dixon, manager
of the Pacific Cooperative Poultry
Producers, received' the 'following
wire from the Oregon senator this
morning: "Warmly approve of co
operative marketing. It" is my
opinion - that , these; organizations
make for the prosperity of "the
farmer" when 'properly and wisely
managed,. I wish the poultry as
Cheat -hay - .. . - et SXI
ot hr ti2 $n
Clorer ky. b.lod tlx bt ail
3 Prieei quoted - art wfeolMst snd !
prieu reeeired by - ftHHti." Jttt' -reul
priea sra giren. except noted:
EGOS. BUTTEa. BUTTE RF AT
Creamery hotter - , , ' y S0
Milk, pwr ewt
zr. ilfU ,
V Pallets ...j
Hey Springs ,;.
Madium and llrht hunm
rO&K, MUIT05 AMU SEE7
Hf, top, -150-225-pwt- -i.S7.00
Hoc, top, 226-375, wt ..-l-..60
Hos. top. 275-800, ewt.f4.50 f .0
Light orw, . ewt ,,,, -, -;' y ' h f no
Rouch heavy ,,. ..... 4j
Top Teal, dreased , . , ...84 9
Cow 2 Q) 04A
Top lamha , 1 Oa
Hrr lawB .t....-.-7 Q 9
T FUTURE DATES T
w- -; - ' r . ' '
December 37, Thursday -Aannal elec
tion of of fieera naaincaa Mena' League.
January 1, Taeaday Third . annala
open hooe, i'MCA;--" ' r
Jannary 1, Ttieadav New Tears day.
January 2, -Wedaoaday Holiday va
cation ends in fialem achools.. .
January 3, Thursday Marios Couaty
"- fraad lury eeta. '-r - - - '
January 8 and- 9 Benefit show at
Grand theater for Albertina Kerr Baby
tome. : -, ; .- - ,-. ; fc -
-January 6-1S International week of
prayer. -v : . t ... .t .
January 7, Monday Installation of Of
ficers, Ajneriean Lffioa, MeCoraaclc hall.
January 9. Wednesday Installation, of
officers, IOOF. . 1 - .
' January 10, Thursday Annual ban
quet and Initiation of Cherriana.
, January 10, 11 and 12.- Oounty Jndrea
and. commissioBera of Ortroa to meet ir
Salem. - .',
r Jannary 15, -.Tuesday Harding Memor
ial campaign opens in. Oregon.
January 17 14 National Thrift Week,
observed locally. - .
; February 28, Saturday Dedication of
statu "The Circuit aider. " in stats
housa rrouada, . ; K- ;
Draw at Marshfield
MARSIIFIELD, Or., Dec. 23.
Billy Conley and Frankie Murphy
of Portland fought a ten round
draw here today. Ace Boles, negro
of this city, knocked out Tommy
Hale of this city. " Norman Wil
son knocked out' Charles Bath in
the second and Jimmy McHale
finished his man in the second by
a" technical knockout.' - "
Will Meet in Portland
- The annual convention of the
Northwest Canners'-1 association
will be. held In Portland January
2r3, and 4." All meetings will be
rieia,fitTthefiJIant of the American
Can company. Atnonp matters of
Interest 'will be the tutting dem
on"stfatioii "Which; has f receive J
considerable publicity among, all
fruit anil vegetable cantiers in the
United States. : : t
NAVY'S POLAR FLIGHT
v. - PLANS WIN APPROVAL
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good communication with the
south. The plan to supplement the
base , with two- vessels equipped
with mooring masts, it was added,
was due to the fact that . such a
vessel " might select a place more
sheltered than Nome, where the
Shenandoah .could . lie In . bad
weather and because a floating
base could be pushed forward to
the edge of the pack ice, reducing
the distance' tp the : 'ground to" be
explored.' "' r- t: ' t
The; "second" tanker, i equipped
with a "mooring mast, will be sent
to Spitzbergen, on the opposite
side ot the pole,r for use in the
event that" the Shenandoah after
reaching . the ' pole, should - face
strong Winds from the south on a
return trip to ; Nome, in which
event she rould go to Spltibergen,
traveling with the wind. . An ad
ditional, standby three point. moor
ing' at Point Barrow, closest to
the polo. Is also recommended to
be used in case of emergency. Recommendation-
is " made; that the
coast -guard cutter' BearJ be f sta
tioned at Point Barrow during the
flight, with as many men from
the Nome base as can - be . berthed
In her for the purpose of hauling
the Shenandoah down for refuel
ing, ""should the need for this base
aris."" ' ' " ;'. .;,. , ;' '.
The board also recommends that
the ZR-3, the Zeppelin now build
Ing for ' the ' ; navy In "r Germany,
"stand by at Lakehurst, N.' J., In
reserve 'and that' 'advance parties
be H sent for aerologlcal work to
seawa rd an d other northern Al-askan-pointa
as soon as possible.
t New Equipment Needed - t
".Among necessary ." new equip
ment to be installed in the Shen
andoah the board found , that adio
instruments of maximum range
would - be, necessary"as well" as
magnetic 'radio and gyro compas
ses, ? the radio compass being in
tended to permit the ship" to take
compass bearings from ; transmit
ting" stations in America and Eu
rope 'for the puprose of locating
herself accurately while In the po
lar Tegions." J - - ; : f :
I ,A southern, route across the
United States on he way to Nome
was selected - for the Shenandoah
because a direct flight from Lake
hurst to Seattle would require the
ship to cross "the'. Itockys moun
tains at an elevation of more than
8,000 feet: tr"':i,y 5 ""''".'' 'J '
'At that elevation data attached
to " the" report "allows helium' gas
expands 23 per cent, which would
compel the "valvlng" or release of
enough gas to protect the ship
against the bursting of her gas
chambers. The southern route
via Fort Worth and , San Diego
.end lets ye
presents no serious difficulties
Trip Is Scientific
The board took into,consii
tion that "on one long -f'ht r
the Arctic regions couinptic-;
fuel would greatly llhtf i the s
and force her: to; unKaCsaki
altitudes unless valuable hc!l
gas ; was released to red nee 1
buoyancy. The report riwwi t
the ''water. recovery".. "ryate-t
meeting this difficulty has air
I W a oJ m
Deen evoiyea.. n consists ci
covering ' water from the w.-,
gases of -the motors of gre
weight If needed than the wf'
of the fuel 'consumed.
Data "attached" to the rr r
shows that while over a perir 1
years tne average wind rort
July and August at Nome Is f
miles per honr, there lar alway.s
possibility; ot occasional " C '.
gales. The Shenandoah conU r
ly ride out such a gale while ":.
in . the-air" and with suffi
gasoline, but would need tr
down arterwarda for 'rein
and the standby base at Point :
rows, as; well as the floating :
on a tanker were projectrJ t y
board (to meet such condUL
' Secretary Denby," In a' fctat -deallng
with the purposes" t :
flight, said the value of an
dition to the Arctic regions t
be outlined nnder three n:'
visions, . pamelyV exploration,
entifi,c investigation and' I '
work for commercial air rou
Bok Peace Plan Given
t.f iTQ Donatcr cf F."
NEW YOK, Dec. 25. '
prize winning, plan In r :
Bok's 1100.000 American
award contest was prw :
Mr.-J3o Monday by Elihu I
chairman of the Jury cf
Mr. ok came here from I
delphla to read the plan
transmit it to the policy co:
tee of the contest. The aui!
the plan will receive $30,C
once, but his name will r
disclosed until his eace pre.
can be submitted to a refere
of the American people t!:r
the press, churches, clubs an 1
offices of the nation brglnn!
January 7, the date the. tc r
th'e" winning plan ' will bo '
public. ' - : "
If the plan wins public a: .
through the referendum its n
will receive another $30,C
prize, money and his name v .
made known, according to :
visions of the contest. The r
endum is expected to be ccrnr '
by February 1.
Year End Sale Tear End Sale
Towels on Sale
Of! PER CENT
L3 OFF r
Turkish Towels and Lin
en Towels,; attractive ap
pearance, good quality. :
69c Towels for ..r.-.l'....57c
79c Towels for Z..I.. 65c
?1.00 Towels for ..-.:...:...80c
Bath Sets on Sale -
L Boxed sets, fancy Jac-
quard weave Turkish bath
room sets, V contains bath
towels, bath rug", wash
cloths; ' ""
$6.45 set, on sale $5.17
$7.45 set, on salaC.$6.00
$11.95 set, on sale . -..$9.57
Table Linens on sale
Extra" fine ; assortment
to choose fromi ;We list a
few. ' " : ' - . '!';'.
$15 table cloth for :...$I.OO
$2.98 table cloth for ..$2.38
$3.98 table cloth for ...J3.18
$6.50 table cloth for ...$50
" And Many Others
Beautiful fast, color table
cloths Unique patterns.
$2.65 table cloth for $2.13
$3.48 table cloth for $2.78
$3.95 table cloth for $3.15
$4.45 table cloth for :..$3".57
- And Many Others" "" r
READ THIS AD
EVERY WORD OF IT
and see on
what you can
... i i ' . -
In point of satisfaction and sav
ings the Year, End Sale repre
sents a highly profitable form
of investment for both your
time and money. Z
' Wednesday morning 9 a. m.
Year End Sale Year End Sale
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n)ft par Cent
Bedspreads on sale
OA PER CENT
' ; LJ OFF "
Choice patterns,, white and
colors. ; " '"'' :
$3.50 'Bedspreads for' $2.80
$4.25' Bedspreads for $5.41
$6.50 Bedspreads for $5.20
57.95 .Bedspreads for $6.35
And Many Others -
Boudoir Caps on Sale
OA PER CENT
of silk and lace, pretty col
ors."".", .. :
69c Caps, on sale .. 55c
$1.25 Caps, on sale $1.00
$1.49 Caps, on sale ....$1.20
$2.25 Caps, on sale ....$1.80
Extra firood quality claia
hemstitched - and embroid
ered. - v:- ' -10c
Handkerchief for 8c
15c, Handkerchief for 12c
25c Handkerchief for ....20c
50c Handkerchief for :40c
69c Handkerchief for ....55c
Vanity Boxes on sale
O A PER CENT
Vell made" leather cov
ered vanity boxes, nicely
$30 Vanities for.......$2.D
$4.98 Vanities for . $3.1)3
$5.95 Vanities for ......$4.75
$6.93 Vanities for T5.53
ON OA PER CENT
SALE lA3 off ; -
The season's most desirable and
fashionable furs,? approved- by smart
ly dressed women. Exceptional qual
ity, : -,.; : , : ? ' ; .,! : -i .f-W
$6.95 Furs, on sale ;.;..:..........:..$5J5
$12.50 Furs, on sale ...-.......$10.0a
$16.50 Furs, on sale ....:.:.$13.00
$22.50 Furs, on sale --..I..:-$18.00
$25.00 Furs, on sale .... .. ...l...$20.00
- : SALE
Good, comfortable Warni bathrohes,
exjtra )vell made, perfect fitting.'
$5J)5 Bathrobes, on sale ....-$4.75
$6.95 Bathrobes on sale i...:.$5.50
$7.45 Bathrobes,'on sale :.:...$5.97
$9 50 Bathrobes, on sale ....$7.60
$U.50;Bathr6bes on sale JU.:ti9J2Q
' ' ? And Many Other Prices
ON' OA PER CENT
Practical and stylish silk under
wear; lovely g-ood qualitv materials,
well made and cut over full sizes.
$1.98 Silk Underwear, on sale ....$1.58
$2.25 Silk Underwear, on sale ..;.$ 1.80
$3.39 Silk Underwear, On sale .$2.71
$4.98 Silk Underwear, on sale $3.98
$5.95 Silk Underwear, on sale .$4.75
And Many Other Prices -
Madeira Hand Embroidered
' LINEN OA PER CENT
PRICESZU OFF : "
Every woman" loves these, and here
is an opportunity to buy at a saving
good quality linen, expert needlework.
50c Madeira Pieces, on sale -40c
75c Madeira -Pieces, on sale 61c
$1.50 Madeira Pieces, on sale ....$1.20
$2,50 Madeira Pieceson sale .. .$2.C3
$5.00 Madeira Pieceson sale .... $4X3
And Many Other Prices
I All Jewelry and
Beads on Sale
50c Jewelry, on sale 40c
65c Jewelry, on sale 53c
75c Jewelry, on sale 61c
$1.00 Jewelry; on sale 80c
$1.49 Jewelry, on sale $1.21
. And Many Others
Silk Hose on Sale 10 per cent off - Umbrellas on
marked to a very close margin in the first place
Investigate for yourself. ' " ' "' ' "
Sale 10 per cent off. These two items have been
Many other items groups too small to mention -
i Your Mail Orders
Receive prompt attention- '.We .'prepay postage
express within a radius of a hundred miles. -
purchase or your money -cheerfully
466 State St.
Portland Silk Shop,
" 333 Alder.
; .on sale
Beautiful Soft Colorings.
69c Flowers, pn sale ..57c
79c Flowers, on sale ...X.c
98c Flowers, on sale ....71':
$15,Flowers, on sale $1.C )