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riUE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919.
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Dance Saturday night, armory. 265
Among the out of town visitors in
Salem yesterday were Mr. and Mrs.
.1. E. Huffman of Deary, Idaho.
From Boston, Mass., comes James
Armstrong, a guest today at the Ma
rion hotel. v
Nov. 8 Salem Woman's
club, 2:3Q p. m.. Commercial
club. " . . . .
Nov. 10 Business Men's
luncheon, Commercial club,
. Nov. 11 Housing mass meet
ing 7:30, city hall.
Nov. 11 American Legion
dance, armory, evening.
Nov. 12 Commercial club
membership meeting, 8 p. m.,
banquet and entertainment.
Nov. 12 Shrlners theater
party, Opera house, 8 p. m.
Nov. 14 Monthly member
ship meeting Commercial club
8 p. m. Banquet and enter
tainment. Nov. 14. Salesmen's club
forms, Commercial club, 8 p.
T. K. McCormott, of Mason City,
Iowa" was in Salem today, visiting
with friends and business acquaintan-
Xorma N.TerwiUiger,liceTMed lady em
oaliper with Terwilliger Funeral Home,
rro Chemeketa St. Phone 724.
Miss Laura Levendoske of Kansas
City,. Mo., is the week end guest of
Miss Mabel Huddelson.
C. B.' Shaw, of the Central cigar
store, made a business trip to Port
Mrs. Dorothy Adolph is spending a
brief visit In Salem as the guest of
friends. Mrs. Adolph is from New
Boston Marrow squash, fine to can.
The cheauest .vegetable, BO lbs. for
50c. Phone 494. '
St. Monica's Altar society met in
the Knights of Columbus hall last
Wednesday to enjoy a social afternoon
for which Mrs. A. J. Davidson and
Mrs. A. A. Michel were Joint hostess
es. About 40 members attended. Light
refreshments were served after the
business session. The ladies will meet
next Wednesday at the home of Mrs.
T. M. Barr, to sew for the bazaar to
be given the first week in December
in St. Josephs hall. -
Chas. Erskine of Bend was here in
consultation with State Engineer Cup
the date for the
"The House Next
December 19 is
high school play,
A chubby son was born to Mr. and
Mrs..Carl H. Ostrin, 1850 Chemeketa
street Thursday. He will be called Roy
Dance at Auburn hall tonight. Good
five niece orchestra. Take a juney,
"The House Next Door" by J. Hail
ley Manners, has been selected as the
high school play to be given Dee. 19.
Lodge membership -drive. Salem
lodge No. 19, Degree of Honor, starts
a membership drive Nov. 10. The cap
tains assisted by Millie E. Pugh, past
state president, will call on you on or
about that date. So look out. They
will write you up for ten, fifteen or
twenty year life or cash old age bene
fit at age 70 years, also guarantee
your policy protected in an adequate
rate order. , 2b j
Born To Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hicks,
2295 South Church street, yesterday,
-a son. He has been named Loren De
- Dance Saturday night, armory. 265
Leo Neel was a state capltol visitor
from Black Rock, Polk county, Fri
day, calling on the state engineer rel
ative to water rights.
Announcing the opening.of the Yale
Hand Laundry. 194 South 12th St
Monday, Nov. 10, 1919. All kinds of
laundry work done strictly by hand.
Also cleaning and pressing. We call
and deliver. Phone 8. 265
We shall co-operate with the
UNITED WAIST LEAGUE OF
AMERICA and specialize on
WAISTS and BLOUSES all next4
To make the event interesting
we have placed our entire line of
QUALITY WAISTS at SPECIAL
Our showing includes the smart
est creations, produced from the
"Craft Shops" of America. The
quality of the materials are-the
very best in their class.
Extra Waist Special
GEORGETTE SILK and CREPE
DE CHINE of extra quality ma
terial, and expert workmanship,
plain and lace trimmed,
Think of It
A n opportunity to purchase at
SPECIAL PRICES the pick-of-f
Jt . 1 i. ml Jn?v.4.Tr 1,-hthItt I1
xne-Dest. iiiube iwrni), vicvciiji
designed and high quality Waists,
made especially for exclusive trade.
EXTRA SPECIAL SUIT SALE
Attorney P. J. Kuntz will leave Mon
day morning for Vancouver, Wash.,
and North Yakima, oh legal business.
He expects to be : out of the city all
Dance Saturday night 75c, M. B. A.
halt, Chemawa. Good music. Refresh
ments. . 1 265
Lena Belle Tartar, teacher of sing'
ng. 162 Liberty St. jn. none aa or
1615. " ,265
C. P. Bishop will leave for San
Francisco tonight on a business trip.
He will be gone for several days.
Save December 19, it is the date of
the hieh school play, "The House
E. T. Albert, valley representative
of the Mitchell, Lewis "and Staver
company, stopped over in -Salem Fri
day for a brief visit with relatives, on
his way to his home in Portland from
q business trtjj in the south.
Cherrian informal dance Thanks-
civins eve. Wednesday Nov. 26th, at
Salem armory. Get your ticket early
Irom anv Cherrian as only a limited
number will be sold. Tickets $1 per
couple. Extra ladies 50c. 265
Mrs. Petri, the concert pianist, gave
highly interesting and stimulating
illustrated musical talk at the Y. W.
A. parlors on Monday evening. All
music lovers are invited to attend
another to be given at the same place
on Monday .at 8:16. No admission.
Mrs. Petri teaches in Salem on Mon
days, specializing in concentration
and musical and technical analysis.
M. nnd Mrs. Scott Ferguson, for
manv vears proprietors of a Salem
Testaurant, are now employed in the
same line of business in Portland and
are having their household goods
shipped to the latter city today.
V,. 1j. Buchanan is agent in Marion
and Polk counties for the National life
Insurance Co., U. S. A. See him for a
full return Dremium policy on yonr
life, it's the only kind. Phone 1332J
Mrs. Ralph White entertained the
vnunfir ladles who assisted her with
Vier Hallowe'en dance, with a line
party and luncheon at the Spa, Thurs
day evening. Those in the party were
Miss Grace Townsend, Miss Steven
son. Miss Leah Nichols, Miss Marie
Briggs, Miss Valerie Brlggs, Miss Lu
ella Eatton, Miss Emma Snooks and
Miss Margaret White.
Cabbage for kraut, solid heads,
$2.60 per hundred Ids., delivered.
Ward K. Richardson. Phone 494.
Residents of Boise, Idaho, would
smile tolerantly if they could see the
way Oregonlafts shiver at the first
signs of frost. T. H. Teese, of that
city, who knows all about a real win
ter, is in Salem on a short business
Every Suit .
ENTIRE STOCK MUST
GO. divided into 4 Lots,
and marked at prices less
than factory cost. All this
season's models and all of
the MEYERS QUALITY.
Steward Edward White, and au
thors of the same caliber, always pic
ture Chicago as the mecca of the
average westerner. Harry Freedland
er, of the Illinois metropolis, is a Sa
lem visitor today.
' This is one of the Biggest Sales ;
we ever held, and again',
demonstrates that "Meyers";
The occupants of an auto-, bearing
license No. 81233, which, last night
at 9:55, collided with a street car at
the south end of Mill creek bridge,
North Commercial street, were still
unknown to police today. It Is said
that thtf persons in the car were in
toxicated. No one was injured, but the
auto was badly damaged. The license
number shows the car belongs to
George Graves, a salesman of this
Monday's Big Sale
White Huck Toweling
s ' It is 17 inches wide of A-l Quality
We think we have stock suffi- A. ' gt
cientto serve all, 'but advise f y
early shopping -
STORE CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAY
In silver, bronze and gold.
Very correct trimming
for striking party gowns.
The holiday shipment is
now being shown and at
prices marvelously low for
the quality we offer.
Sold to v
New Shipment Children's Dresses
XTRA SPECIAL ;
These dresses are sty-'
lish, to please the
and ' economical in ,
wear to appeal to the
In neat and striking
plaids. All of the
Zenith carburetor, coils and springs
for all make of cars. Marion Auto
The weekly business men's lunch
eon Will be held at the Commercial
club Monday noon. The name of the
speaker for the luncheon had not yet
been announced this afternoon. As
this probably will be the last business
men's luncheon for the holidays, all
the business men are urged to be
At a meeting of the men's club of
the Central Congregational church
recently, Dr. Frank E. Brown was
elected president, L. J. Murdock, vice
president and Guy Nugent, secretary
treasurer. Meetings will be held on
the second Tuesday of each month,
and will be in the form of a banquet
served by the women of the church,
at which a special speaker will pre
side. Reverend Robert S. Gill, former
ly rector of St. Pauls church, has j g8l6IKK$lBwfSM)S
DC en cnosen as xne speaicer ior me
Broken lines of this Season's
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Who Always Does Better By You
PURE SILK THREAD HOSE 4
We have just received some of the '
most beautiful Ladies Hose ever shown :
in Salem. . They come in WHITE,
BLACK, BEAVER, CORDOVAN and ;
FIELD MOUSE. Some are clocked,
others embroidered and others in the
plain. See display, Hose section.
Home study class of the Industrial
Normal -begins next Monday. Grades
7 to 12 for teachers and students. J.
J. Kraps, Salem, Or. 265
Teacher of Piano
1560 S. Church Street
Funeral services for Hie late Char
les F. Slater, who died In this city,
Nov. 10. will be held tomorrow after
noon, from the Terwilliger Home,
on Chemeketa street at 2:30. Reverend
..fc,titTr -t-iri nnnirmT m
. m k invR for $4.25
, A Aknino nf 4 VarieiieH. Y.O-,
w Richardson. Phone 494. too
CARD OF THANKS
wish to thank our
Leland W. Porter, of the First Chris- friends and -neighbors for their sym-
,tian Church will conduct the services, j pathy and kindness to us during our
Charles F. Slater was born In Nevada recent , bereavement; aiso i"i
Livingston, Ills., in 1871. He was the i ,.n.,,i floral offerings. Lnaries n..
only son of the late H. D. and M. E. i nenlson, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Slater. Since coming to Oregon in
1902. he has lived most of the time
in Portland. His wife died two years
ago. He is survived by one' daughter.
Mrs. Eva M. Khunert, of Astoria.
Oregon Puts On Patriotic
Concert For Armistice Day
As a special feature of the Armistice
day program at the Oregon theater,
Miss Margaret Faber will play the fol
lowing medley on the new Wurlltisei
organ: "Tlpperary," "Lorraine," "Belgian
Rose," "Keep the Home Fires Burn-
J. WARREN KERRIGAN
"THE EXD OF
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W. T. RIGDON ft CO.
S52 North High Street
Eugene Man Held In East For
Violating Commerce Law
Schnectady, N. Y., Nov. 8. Wil
liam R. Robs of Mlssoulua county,
I Mont.. Is being detained here await-
ina Q-Hn hv federal authorities who
This Medicine Has Cured
Thousands-It May Cure You
The week of prayer, Nov. 9 to 16,
observed by the Y. M. C. A. through
out the world, will be commemorated
ty a religious service at the local Y.
M. C. A. at 4 o'clock on Sunday after
noon. Rev. H. N. Aldrich will deliver , him wlth violating the inter
a brief address and the choir of the tnarge mm ,,,, hl(,e.
his home to Eugene, Oregon
T.ollo T nhMh will ainff. TVfpn 1
. . . , . from
ana Doys or Haiem are invnea iu ai- i , ,,,-.11i -oiilnir hides
KOH8 WHO II, vii... r
tend. John R. Mott. chief director of
the International Y. M. C. A., in a
letter to the Salem association writes
as follows: "Join with us in thanking
God, that the war has ended and for
almost unbelievable opportunities for
service which have come to us all ;
over Europe, as well as In Asia Afri
ca and Latin America, and best of all :
for freah demonstrations of the suffi- j
ciencv and supremacy of the Lord ,
Jesus Christ and the infinite worth of I
I the Christian gospel." I
to glove manufacturers Men he was
TBT THE SALEM STUDIO FOB
381 STATE STBEET
Mr T. P. Eneland. a reliable clti
n ,,f KnurtunburK. S. C., maKes me
following statement. aooui iwe.
years ago I suffered with a severe
spell of malaria and afterward was
much troubled with rneumausm. i
tried many remedies recommended
for the rheumatism but failed to get
relief amounting to anything. I saw
Number 40 for the Kiooa aaveriu
and purchased a bottle and found so
much relief, that 1 nave lanen bvCI
i hr.tri and am well of the rheu-
i t vn Number 40 in me
h,, 11 the time as I do not wish
to be without It."-Number 40 is de
manded in blood poisoning from an
cause, in enrome nieumo., .
constipation, stomach .and liver trou
bles. Under Its ue eczema aim
diseases disappear, sore ulcers and
boils are caused to heal. Made by J.
C. Mendenhall, T:vanville, Ind., 40
years a druggistr
Sold by Schaefers drug store. (Adv)
Our estimable con
duct has caused us
to be commended
by the people of
They have faith In
our ability and de
pendability and we
will see to it that
no incident of our
shall lose us their
LADD & BUSH
General Banking Business
Office Hours from 10 a. ra. to 3 p. m.
ing," "Keep Your Troubles in tho Om
There will be a continuous show, the
special organ numbers being pluyed ut
Good 5 passenger car will trade
tor what lmvo you
U. S. GARAGE
554 Ferry St.
Sole agent in Salem
TYLER'S DRUG STORE
157 S. COMMERCIAL ST. .
1910 (Jhalmors, first class mechan
ical condition, electric lights, start
er, all leather upholstered, $850.
Oscar B. Gingrich Motor
& Tire Co.
371 Court street. Phone 035
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