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?-HE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, DECEMBER SQ
H"1 ' . m tench!'
Salom will be accompanied bv Mm.
UllVll Mlltt. u-lin will i" , .
KUMrt until her lmntmny return.
Boots or Anklets;
Take Your Choice
t "T..uii,.p Denton.
! 1 .-Convention
1 orc" 81
Till' iittinituil tlicfi of til fuln
from H prepay gan nu-tcr, hi the bum-
luvnt of the trntulilltihiiient of A. A.
Miller, 4115 North liberty, mine time
Sunday lilulrt, Wii ri'imrtcil to nolle
Li,.i .!" s 1
- 1 . fitltl
j,Hu.v cliniu ...
iohih ,1 Mil.
OK I I "
Mr. ami Mrs II w
- "i aim'
ford, a,e In Stale, today vlnitiiiK with
New York. Dec. 5. Incoming Hhiu
Mm oi., u.......i . . . arc hi-hiKlng heaps of exciting thing
... noLmru, iwconiiiumcti fy i .
i i Mnilifi II. ,fr i- ... ,i .. . l" our noreM ineMe ( ays, iieHiofo ty -
wednewlny f,lul' '"'f It Hiienillng a Khort time . ,, , . ..., 1, . ..... ,... ,
In Nlllo... 11.., U ... .... lOIH H1HI OOlKIieVIKI. IIIC IHlDl v.
m ninem. Hoth women are from Wood i , . ,,...i
burn, I thews were worn by two dntinlmj
l American mutronx when tliey put
Mr. and Mm n t. w.i--. v., ithelr ,,st foot fo'eiuoHt downNthe
i-uuv... i, . . . , ... USttiiKplunka the other day. . On wore
. . , , n r niieiiuifiir n iirrpr' viun
with triendH In Salem.
an alluring golden anklet that gleamed
(seductively tthrough the' transparent
. . . ;liifh of hi mtuHiimr Hlllf hOH anil
Mtinfiay iiiisni. wan ri'imrieii to mi n iv neim Friii ck Wnirt v...... in. .
. , . ..... . ... '.. .!iw,h, .., ..,.,. ....... ...... llhe other BWaggereiJ down In a daalj
nere ..... ..lammcr . . Haii.ll. , " ""7"? , ing little pair of honeHt-to-i
I, rrtml street
I M, n s I.cmK"o, 8
I 1 ii l-
l9eTh0 I10UB6 Next
land toilHv it I l m 7, .. """I""" '" ''" ' honeHt-to-gooilnens
""..V1' ',eUa,ei1 h B l?t",, ?B. 'f!reBlar Russian ballet hoota.
uwniiiiK a ciimen or the un leu , . . , ,,,,
... ..... Y.ni t'u n tulcM vniii' ..rtolpe lieiweeil
niiuva. we la 54 yearn old. and resiles:,, . ,, ...i ...iinr
.... .. i ..t ., these two divergent styles accoriting
on a farm near West Woodliurn. !. . . , .v. nt
ito vour teniiieranient and the turn or
I...... .... .. .. .' ..your ankle. It's ulwaya well to
.11 i.eone lniunmn, aaugnter , ., . .... .i,u,.,'u
.. . . ..... . uh.i u k ..or niili"er. However, umi nc ..-...
rresn hiii.iio. i2 t-3c. ruta """ "" 'u"",n - "n,'a well turned ankle there' many .
kut. 296 Center street, was married In Dallas ' . ,. Bpn,
. . fon November 29 to Maurice T.. Hunt. . . ' ...
. . !i.. i. v. .i 1 i , uch a wicked waste or snort hkh is,
rtcre m a cnauce rur piaiein to prove i"'1 'u"i ir-nm. i:u..v,i
i. oiil:!!' because of its climate A let.iorange grove at Portervllle, Cal
ton, of the gaa conipiiny. The thief
KBlnetl entrance to the liaseinent thru
a trap iluor, hut before he could get
the money. Is thought to have been
looking f or
sheer hosiery ami slender shanks to
go and drag boots on the scene.
ter whs received at the Commercial wnere iney expect to niaKe ineir
cltih today from Kinlle E. Delay, RcK-"ome.
Ilia, Husk., asking for climatic Infer-
niatlon iihout this city, and whether! With the report that several at
lor not there is a chance for an urchl-! tempts have been made to rob gas me
Uect to Illlike good here. Delay writes '.ter pay stations In various parts of the
ln.,,1 Ci,mi1.i Is loo cold for his wife . Iclt.v, W. H. Hamilton, district mana-
ii ml that he would like to come to Sa-iKev for the P. R. L. it P. company, rather lumps make hoots the
lem, If It Isn't too frigid, :nd the lias company, today sent ouu n
Nevertheless there be many who are
doing it some because they follow
.zealously every vagary of the mode
whether it means baring their hacks
or booting their tootsies, others (and
natm-allv all bootee devotees rest un
der this suspicion) because their ankle
i letters warning inc. cusiouiaiis in ui
irwUUiior7c tiB,ea lady em
.,. nil lliuuj
No ilg In a poke '.holiday presenls ' pay stations to lie on the lookout for
(priced In plain figures at Fry's Units! the thieves, and to take all precau-
Hlu,.n. ;MI' ! lions to prevent me uieii in luc n
!cys. In the letter Hamilton points oui
Miss Uch.hIc Kostcr of I'ortlaml was1 that the custodians are responslhle for
the week end guest of .Mrs. Hyron 1'". the money, and It la to their advant
I'.riink. So Hi I'd ay evening she was in-aKe that the thefts be prevented.
tcl'tained bv Mrs. .Mildred Uobertson i .
llro.iks with a ten cover dinner. Miss, The Professional and Business Wo-
'osier Is very well known In Salem
line! her visits are always the occasion
if ninny pretty social favors, on
March 1 Miss Foster will leave for
Tlentscn, China, accompanied by lier
sister-in-law, Mrs. A. D. Foster, and
liitlu mm. They go to Join A. D. Fos
ter, who Is an officer in the American
There are lots of boot styles to
choose from when it comes to" color
schemes and orilnteness. though the
general cut of all the boots is about
the same. All over patent kid ones
are smart and those of patent kid
lowers with light kid uppers, either
grev beige or tan ha -.-e designs of the
black patent kid on their turn over
nt their tops
men's club will meet tomorrow eve- M, m. ylf;M tan boots ol sueae
nlng in the Y. W. C. A. rooms for a ave softer and more fo,m-fttting. us
combined business and social gather- j it we,.ei and a few sport tassels, fur
Ing. An enjoyable program has been trimmings and even go the eiaooratc
prepared, the chief number of which iUmlt of a hit of hand tooling here and
will he an address ny waiter icmu.. . tpere use an etiuioo ie i"-
on "The responsibilities of Americanij' We have been threatened with this
. ..... i, n....tr.nl iinll ...... ,l,;u l.nt- II didn't Stick
mllllary.servlcc in Ttentsen, and l""i1)UHlm.8S women ln the cUy ,,re invit-su f,,.Jent,y to maka a deep boot print
to be gone for a year. i i . , of Fashion, or a deep
I impression on feminine lavor. i"
At a meeting of the physicians of veI.y Tac.t that the price, of leather is
overcome at last
40;i -almost half of American women are stout
ny almost one in six wear or ovei .
WILFIT EXPANSION Dress is especially de
signel for such women.
.TheWaist anl Skirt of the Dress are cut and
connected in the back so as to expand .over the
woman's figure and insure immediate comfort
and.perf ect fitting, even toinenAt.
Adapted Household Work
38 ior an
8 is attractive in appearance.
1 -WILFIT is made in a variety of styles there is a style to please you,
S WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERS FOR THIS SECTION.
tluvf you Ht-en the i'uriian Ivory at
Kry'a i'UK Btre. -MU
.... i r....tu ifM-
r nn i iijiiiu ' -
L Satiirih.y su.ui.iy
:Wiitcncs, o' -.a
... ill.fi). Iiunroi"""
krciis. who n"
Ip vards of me
rr the PHt two yv.-,
to his home in
L phone 1363M. 25o
Augusta Matthes, 75, after a brief
Illness, died at her home, slx miles
north of this ey on- tne i-oruunu
road. Friday night. The body Is ln
charge of the. Webb Clough under-
. ..i.i ..,., ,,v No lunerai arruoKo-
ments have yet been mane otuer
that the burial will be In the I. O. O.
F. cemetery. Mm. Mattne is survivtu
by three sons, one In Calirornia, m.e
In Montana and the mner in
They have been notified of their
mother' death, ami are ei.r v
arrive here today. Mrs. Matthes win
be laid to rest at tne sme in -
band who died several yea
At a meeting oi mr i" ' very iu:i uwt ...
i..i ,i,,ii Stii-- r.u trt. nimnst make
the city tit tne uonimei,". v.,.," g0 nign nuw-rt-ij" d i"
urday evening at 1:30, directors for; these high boots prohibitive except to
' . .. . tl.ol.. . . ....a Dv..li,alve trade .
the Salem hospital to wi ve ; tne most expensive cvt".-- --
ensuing year were nominateu. i'" rnay put ine stump i" fi""v-' . -r-
...... :.iiii-ilay. Mr. trv
I,, ,', - . i
i.i..i,..,,u,iii are lioin i"'
..... .... Kinsmen
lOKer. jimi. - .m.
mild Havana enoiv
r. ........ .Tncobl
f BUUSllltwi.. .
.n...n,'u - -
For the first time In . nearly .
. nia cnillllfU U t""" " "
si'me of the finest Parisian : Ivory ever
brought to Salem, rrys
lion K. Upjohn, private
for Governor Olcott. was a ro.n-
, i u,lih the Met
S. 4,11 ,1, "
h insurance company in
1...1 ,.nv visitor no"
i,. Bun Dlcgo, Cal.
ill sncn.l the next tni
. . .... dvw. T mn pre-
I'.maie ne'v'' , i
u uuretv nun"
11. 13. Bollnger, s-
vtrs. E. T3. Fisher of Port-
.,. ,,,. over the
land were.v.suu.n ... -
week end, as the gue
Mrs. Ben F. West.
a... n.w1 Mrs
' . m In Boston
are enjoying a ..... v,,t
..nliieo nir noioe .''v
ln several weeks.
them now that thry lacked when fhe ,
hoi polloi could afford to he aunt,
with the best or tnem. . '.
The high cost ot booting nm
rather for the anklet as as more pop- ,
kA,,rnmfit of the season. . (
v...,o. oKoecinllv does It go well
... :Xsitn an
With the oriental irouser ene.
prevalent among our best sums "eji
days. The skirts pniieo in muuu.... .
the iem do their Ivorst to siniulate (
haremesque effects and mere is j
turn to this fashion oi a season .
that bids fair to exceed even the sue-1
cess of its debut, in tnai w.ce.. .
Turls more blatantly bifurcated Ba-j
. ... i in Hip face
n Todd win ments have oeen uu". - --
solos and music be furnisnea o conVentlon ana ir ims so., u
children of the school. .n l""",'" keeps on ami up love.,
c"" , iiUn,,aainn ot the . ' . tv her trousers in the
will engage ... Iha M.oe .' ' .,,, wild-!
school work. All "hBtop(i of her ooo - - . ,
soclation are nskeo to - western feiww wneu b". ...
matC taken UP will be of interest , the ext presidential elec
to all parent and teachers. lj(jn by heck.
The big mill of the Hammond I.um
. nt,., ,i.,.c;,rpns to
ber company at aim "
close because of a shortage or
The company employes
and 700 men
... A .....in nv n
nominees win e ianeu r i
meeting of the directors to be nem to
night. The results of the Saturday
meeting are: T. B. Kay was selected
to succeed August lluekestetii; Wil
liam McGilchrlst, Jr., to gucceeu . .....
... n., Rellineer to replace
iTheodore Roth and Mrs. Albert Stein-
er to fill out the unexpirea tern.
T. Barnes. .
the Lincoln school will meet Tuesday
evening at 7:30 in the school. A short
program will precede u.e " "'"'"
meeUng at which Miss Lena Belle Taf
! 1hn Todd will render .vocal
As in vears past we still offer you only GOOD
GOOD?, not only in TOYS, hut all WEARABLES .;
that make useful and practical Gifts.
The Salem Art League will meet foi
its i-egular business and social session
he auditorium of the public library
in tne ... . gather
tomorrow evening at 7.30. J-ne b
derick Xr?Z& an
Hetore nteieni, -- - -..tnenl color
J i in Illustrated lecture on natu nl cot
tey win :.. .'J. ..orranhv. The slides win. "-
C, planning to ie .
You Can Always Do Better at
Who Always Do Better By You
as her guest,
,f Portland. It Is due
n's efforts that the rum
of I'nion Vcleruns
In the state.
icide on that Xmai pres-
Blackboard, rtione "
l.i .Ullnn. 293
unlive umi ii""
... . m,.1.t...tPil nre
thP discourse will "e -'" theil.
Wn,. A. Marshal,, chairman of the najuraloio,,, :,bers ot the league
indusirial accident c m ,u . . t0 e pre"i
Monuas, " , ,,,,,,. , L-uest, ami -
additional fcuf"1' . the league
r,,.oa. miii n tne
What more can you Z
,,ct ln Salem I'arislan ty -n&
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
tides at to l""'. ""',,.'.. ,.ug store
i i..,..'U ... now hearse, it-
4m thorn un.
,,l n cost of S4000. It
best hearses on tne
kl. Hlgdon has named It
e." The body Is finished
land is high ornamented.
end C. Howard
invited. to attend.
. ,,l,lie ir
ent oi i' ,in,r
i,iu office Monday m"
j. A. Churcni. . - d t0
. ...i.i,.h time
j weeks , " " 'witutes In
. ...,...,riod tcacneui ....
"r'r,Unue1' laiKH'lod .Kiver ?' ;;t7he,;dica.
retie cliuic.. ...,, o Rever- Churchill .um . , school
IT Mavis, dist rict superin- Ui;m o a Tillamook con-
tendent of the M " increasing ,y Saturday, w1" " ,lh!!WS 0t the
nlPP 1 Ih" . . . ,.n 'I'lll. ,
In wauled as to where
Lm.i n T oo nr nnv of his
lease communicate wHh
lit. Littleton, Colo.
tccst in t he n - )e ftnd ,
th has arrived
. t, IMKC Ul'
In Salem from l' r,',,,.,,,,.,,, has re-
pvactlce here. Dr. where
cently returne.. ' " , 9tudy. H
rai ii" ..,., time.
r, c. W. Southworl
faculty ' and
be club will meet Tues-
Decemher 9. In Hursi
npiet and social evening,
i uuiirt tr. hrlnir lunph
P ......... ..... .......
Iin . ,wl oiivorwnre in UP'
ft supper will begin at .7
the social hour will f
er residents of Iowa are
y Invited to. come ft
he spent sever
Willamette " """'... .,. also
?mum .ram. Saturday
o the dert catco, , . the..Wgh
niBht Mr. W uit. - k C0-U11-
ne iv--,-., m a sn.
family win .oi.".. -
Gladys Zell, a . " - Port,ttnd.
Samaritan hospn a hpr pal.
spending her vattlon r. o( ,
ents, Mr. and Mia- , a grad-
the. class of 'I8- ,
ived from Wr
isohn who la at present
t .un v.a evnects
ialem about January first
practice of optometry.
Word has been ' yec'e' Srtturday'
that nr. Lloy'd . t s. transport
l election ot leaders of
v scouts will be held to
I o'clock at the Comrrver-
eordlnc to an announce
(V tfju'rild Ponlc. SCOUt eX-
e are seven camps of
tcitv now. mid all mem-
I camps, and anyone else
! the movement, are in-
. Waltpr iinntnn and u
the state boys training
blk. The bov scouts an-
will be held some time
- inutile un
iv for the
uaf anil. R'1"
Seattle on tne u. Dr.
l'nu'i'i"". , tl ,..mis-
I to op a Seattle
Mott has been In n t0
j li s
'r.0'."" until March.
I IN .', ; '
I THE DEFENSK"
I AUBVCKIVE in
i hpr son, t
4 II nSSl W13nTi 1 1 1 &S I 111
M Our facilities are of M
1 MSS ....t ?liarac-
J. 'TO the n'H""V. ,-.,. M
i JtJ h Via Ruu'r i Mini
conduct of our--
! J dateness . o1
i . ' Do you want
i - 1 1 skin-health?
1 x ! , vt If -you are suflcrinR from eczema ot
'!.':; i i : : Siiiiiiii.-i-iS-i- ii JJ'i 'ii i" '::.'.i .-fc-iiiii ' ' iV'- g&S'irS&mr (KT SOIliC 11111 un vi ih" " m 'I f
i ' :i :i v- ' : iivii-.::iiiii :::.::::'.. ' A .-'. 1 CUUHIUII, I,,. -j- . . . ,
t -.krftT it by using Kesinol Ointment? Unless
" 'jV&Ji t'le trouble is due l? f?me S(ir,'VS v !,cr
.. . -JtfWy '1 ....i ,i: .I, 'it nn .:k v Yields to Kfal-
; .1 .... -r. V-:w;-S 8$T .V 'NJ L.u Th firm anolication ustmlly stops '.
: .... fcllAX .ym M itching and makes the t kin fee
f?&&X W ,r"'?. , comfortable. We recomnenu.t.t.
IPSII- ?S dfrS utnrost confidence because oMts
' ' f K )M inKd,etm. Aided by
r: " :
i-O- , . 1
t-ri-'S- - . 1 1
sj , J2avts.
.: when die got down tofc
. ... m, Ernest Hamim nfckcl that the t c .
M BaKei. turuo"". . i i i..., . i " he saio.
Th-rtist (taWXtoi. ''.LSrnriUhoneof the
na a smoCK rrnss Christ- . '
Good 5 passenisw car wlU
for what have you
U. S. GARAGE r
Phone 1753 B5 Ferry 8t-
r pv ii .wrai
eing Miss Baker
TV., artist tllie
340 Coort Breet
' , tlouse Furnisher
WMH OF I'HK TIOTHOI-A
Yt3U get more for your
j Money at Moore's.
, k ..... AI.IHS
254 North Commerwi
mas Seal. . . Qr,,ker which the "
makes its am.u. - - . , ol ,,!e
fort Christmas is the sm .(
fight fin ale 2? X ,llC
tirll,arly happy one, .sBp;
r rnnv wi. --- -MM
,...mr CUMl" . .
Ir. Ham"" . -Town Witli
Po"P kcTvi o f borrowed money, a
l.Kf. " 1 years' expen-
col,CSC..C" ;.cr cartooning, yno
h7,n,e nest to count that
The ixt rS
rang. The editor .. - ,
As O. Henry , of .,
expericnted all He )ec,,K0 dollbt
multi-millionaire. . !V, lo .hc
rouched hciK his . inac. . .W
Sf SKitt spot of n,y New
The National Tiihen" 051
.vnccts to om."' i- , ,,,
nun --i t
from this year s
Red Cross Seal sale.
tnre newspaper . . $,s corre. ;'"' '" -' y OHt ,t, nan
5S? WS n-the NVhitc rh,Kue
Pure-Whoiesome. It has a taste that makes you
want more. That's why everyone buys it.
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