Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 30, 1915, Page TWO, Image 2

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOV. 30, 1915.
Social
ALINE THOMPSON
L' AROB throngs gathered in the spa
cious armory last night for the
opening of the Lyceum course
concert!. Madam Grace Hall-Raheld-ffer,
who with Alexander Skibinsky,
opened the musical season, is justly en
titled to her accredited rank among
the foremost American sopranas. Al
though Madam Baheldaffer ha never
sppeared in Salem before her magnet
ic and charming personality won her
flattering applause. Her voice has
beauty and depth of tone and she sings
'with her whole soul in her work with
leea intelligence and deep appreciation
of the subtler shades of the composer's
uougnc
Aleiander Ton Skibinsky as a violin
ist, is a skilled artist, his playing is
characterised by strength, cloverueas
and almost flawless technique aaa
poised personality that bespeak the de
veloped artiste of creative capacity.
.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Bush had as their
Thanksgiving guests: Mr. and Mrs.
ftavid Maekey, Mr. and Mrs. William
Carter, Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Young, and
Mrs. John Hughes, of Portland. The
Mhckeys and Garters returned to Port
land Thursday evening, while Mrs.
Young and Mrs. Hughes remained for a
brief visit.
Eov. and Mrs. Robert Gill had as
their week end guests, Mr. and Mrs. H.
T. Dilwortb, of Bpokane, Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. James McGilchriat are
being showered with congratulations
upon tlio arrival of a daughter, born
Monday, November the twenty-ninth.
Mr. aud Mrs. B. L. Hardonbrook
lave as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. W.
11. Hardonbrook, of lloni'lns, Wyoming,
who are en route from tho fair in Ban
Francisco.
The Woman's Benefit Association of
the Maccabees will give a dancing par
ty in the armory on Wednesday even
ing. A large number of invitations
save been issued to a congenial group
who predict a gay and jolly evening.
Miss Boons Temple, who has been
visiting with the J. A. Bishops re
turned to Monmouth Sunday.
'
Mrs. Henrietta Pomeroy ,of Port
land, is visiting with her son', C. T.
Pomeroy,
m. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Powers nave
visiting them, Mrs. W. F. Thompson,
of Harrington, Washington. Mrs.
Thompson will visit in Hulem for sev
eral months.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Benjamin
are being felicitated unon the birth of
m daughter, torn Friday, November tho
twenty-sixth. The littlo one will bo
named Ida May,
Miss Wlnnlfred floss spent the
Thanksgiving vacation with Miss Hol
en Mjkkleson, at North Howell.
A unique partv of last Wednesday
was that given by M.iss Blanche Blum
dell to a groun of her girl friends.
By wav of varying tho usual after
noon's entertainment, Miss Blutndell
j;ave a mock wedding.
The rooms for tlio occasion were
elaborately decorated in festoons of
pink crepe paper and the arch way
was a bower of newspaper fringe
The bridal partv entered at the
strains of " Everybody 's Doing It,"
jiiayeu iy misk uraco Mnllenrot, and
sung by Miss Sylvia McDonald, wiio
were dressed in quaint old fashion at
tire. The ceremony was read by the Bov.
Grace McDonald before a number of
friends and relatives who will long re
member the bride as Miss Kdith Me
Farland, The aroom was jdiss Daisv
Dailoy. Miss Kdna lllonidoil acted as
the bridesmaid, wlnlo Miss Dorothy
Orinues us the best man, wbb cleverly
dressed as tho illustrons Charley Chao-
lin. Miss Fay Townnen.l was the
Dnde's tattler and Miss Jllancho Dion
dell the mother.
The brido's bouquet, which was a
dolicnto arrangement of lettuco and
other vegetables, was caught by Miss
Mable Garfield.
Well Known Pqrtuho Womah Speaks
ir THE SAME IJf ALL OKEUOX.
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medicines for over thirty-five years,
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When a girl becomes a woman, whon
a woman becomes a mother, when n
woman passes through the changes of
middle mo, are tne tnrce periods ot
life when health and strength are most
needed to withstand the pain and dis
tress often caused by severe organio
disturbances.
' At those critical times women arc
Vest fortiflod by the use of Doctor
J'ierce'a Kavorlte Prescription, an old
remedy of proved worth that keeps
the entire toinale svstora perfectly
jrgiilnted and In exooflent condition.
Mothers, if yonr daughters ant weak,
Jack ambition, are troubled with head
aches, lassitude, and aro pale and sick
ly, Dr. Pioreo's Favorite Prescription is
fnst what they need to surely bring
the bloom of health to their cheeks
and make them strong and healthy.
1'or all diseases peculiar to women,
Dr. Pierce's Kavorlte Prescription is a
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the pain, worry, misery and distress
a l- i i.i- ..j a: I
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t i'.l J
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Personal
Mrs, Ralph White's juvenile danc
ing class composed entirely of little
people from the ages of five to four
teen, held their monthly class on Satur
day afternoon. There were about fifty
little ones present, with a number of
mothers --d fathers. After the danc
ing session, light refreshments were
served.
During the holidays Mrs. White will
give her little folk a masquerade. An
interesting and clever feature of the
little aifair will be an exhibition given
by a number of her fancy dancing
pupils.
The ladies of the Unitarian church
will hold a bazaar and sale of fancy
articles tomorrow in the church par
lors. Quaint articles suitable for
Christmas gifts have been fashioned
by the ladies which will be on display
in attarctive booths. In the evening
a chicken pie dinner will be served.
The west central circle of the Wom
an's Aid society of the Methodist
church, will entertain tonight in the
church parlors with an old folk's so
ciable. A delightful feature of the
evening will be the programme which
has been arranged by the committee.
Mrs. Lloyd Cochran, of Amity, spent
the week end with hor parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Hoyal, on North Twentieth
street.
Mrs. SJieril JFlemlnkr and children
lott Weduesday for Hubbard where
they will visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Yorgcn for several days.
Mrs. E. Cooke Patton has as her
guest, her sister, Mrs. A. W. Begner,
of Oresham, Oregon, who will visit in
Salem for several days.
: PERSONALS :
J. L. Goltra went to Portland this
morning.
Sol Stnwflrt is In th cifv frnm fo.
Minnville.
Herman Walt is in the city, from
Aumsville.
John H. MNnrv Went in Silvn-tnn
this morning.
Mavor llurlcv O. White ia in At.
bany on business.
Mrs CI a H..,.Vnnv f rii.ln.U in
a visitor here today.
Dr. Jack Galloway was here yester
day, from Independence.
T. M, jiarr went to Albany tnis
morning on the Oregon Kleetric.
A. T. Ollttv linApilltatl.lnnl aT
bridges for Uie Oregon Klectrie, is in
IIIU tit,
Mr. and Mrs. Hal D. ratton return
ed Inst evening from a few days', visit
in Portland.
Miss Lida Doughty returned today
to Willamette university from a short
visit at her homo in rihoridan, Oregon.
Mm V.. ( Pn,i.l .l
. -.. .... . v..uu lillllliru lUUt.
from a visit of several days with her
uMiiiit-r, iurn. rj. jj. ninsiow, at Aums
ville. Dwight Mercer, ot Fox Vnllev, who
lias been visiting at tho home or Glenn
L. Adams, returned to his home yes
tenlay. Kev. A. H. Heathcoto and wife, of
Mnrion, are here today. Mr. Heath
coto is the Presbyterian minister at
Marlon.
MrH. Ruth aayra'will leave for San
Diego Thursday evening. She will stop
in Han Francisco for tho closing davs
of tho exposition.
Kay Chapter, the well known singer,
returned to his home in Albany InHt
evening, after a few days spent hero
renewing acquaintances.
MIks Alma Watt, who luis been vis
iting her mother, Mrs. Kute Watt, for
the pnst few days, returned this morn
ing to her homo in Portland.
Would Have Church
the Social Center
Port la nil, Ore., Nov. 30. "I wn j
favor of making t lie church the social
as well as tho religious center ami
therefore oppose only 'bud' dunces."
This wns tlio statement vvsterdiiv of
Bishop Wulter Tnylnr Hiniiner, of" tlio
Kplxcopul church, who Saturday night
at Oregon City played a couple of
popular pieces on the piano while the
parishioners of the St. Pauls Kpiscopal
church danced. The occasion s n
parish reception to Hev. Thomas ,T Wil
liams, the new rector of the Oregon
City church.
"The best way to do away with the
so-called 'bud' dam is to' hold good
ones in their place," Bishop Sumner
continued. " Diiucch i,f tin. vli.l.i ..,rt
are often held iu parish houses of the
r.piHcnpul fniirch,
"There is no significance in the fact
Hint I played for the parishioners to
dance ut Oregon City."
Prosecution's Star Witness
Under Cross Examination
Los Angeles, Cnl Nov. ,10. Cross
examination of George K. Davis, an
eastern witness brought hero to prove
that a nation wide dynamite conspiracy
existed, occupied most of the morning
session of the trial of M. A. Schmidt,
accused McNiimaia accomplice, on a
charge of murder yesterday,
Davis admitted, under Defense Attor
ney Nnto Coghliind 's questions that he
was employed us a strong arm man by
the alleged cont'd raters.
"Are you a professional strong arm
man-" Coghland demanded.
"No, 1 wouldn't say that," respond
ed tho witness. "I am only a volun
teer." "Are you capable of putting a man
wy with your fistst" was the next
question.
"Oh, no; I had a blackjack in my
pocket," Davis said,
Davis admitted that he wns receiving
sii a uay from his employer in Pitts
burg, while testifying In 'the Fehmidt
trial. He declared he hid not been
subpoenaed to come here as a witness.
.How To Make the
Quickest,SimptestCough i
Kemedy
Mark Better1 ikmn tho Ready
jnavc niu una torn navft fj
ttoaraateea
This home-made cough syrup is now
used in more homes than any other cough
remedy. Its promptness, ease and cer
tuinty in conquering distressing coughs,
chest and throat colds, is really remark
able. You can actually feel it take hold.
A day's use will usually overcome the
ordinary cough relieves even whooping
sough quickly. Splendid, too, for bron
chitis, spasmodic croup, bronchial asthma
and winter coughs.
Get from any druggist 2 ounces of
Pinex (50 cents worth ) , pour it in a pint
bottle and till the bottle with plain granu
lated sugar syrup. This gives you at a
cost of only 64 cents a full pint of better
cough syrup than you could buy for $2.50.
Takes but a few minutes to Drenare. Full
directions with Pinex. Tastes good and
never spoils.
You will be pleasantly surprised how
quickly it loosens dry, hoarse or tight
coughs, and heals the inflamed mem
branes in a nainful eonirh. It lin mtnnu
the formation of phlegm in the throat
anu uroncmai tuDcs, uiua ending toe per
sistent loose cough.
Pinex is a most Valuable concentrated
compound of genuine Norway pine ex
tract, rich in giiniacol, which is so heal
ing to the membranes.
To avoid disappointment, be sure and
ask your druggist for "2V4 ounces Pinex,"
and don't aceept anything else.
A guarantee of absolute satisfaction,
or money promptly refunded, goes with
this preparation. The , Pinex Co.,
Wavne, lad.
18,000,000 ATTEND FAIB
San Francisco, Nov. 30. The
Panama-Pacific exposition to-
day started on its nineteenth
million mark in attendance. Up
to 4 p. m. yesterday 18,000,-000
persons had passed through the
turnstiles.
Reichstag Talks of
War and Food Supply
Berlin, Nov." 30. The war and the
nation 's food supply were the principal
topics slated for discussion when the
roicusing conveneu louay,
- As far na tho actual conduct of the
is concerned, leaders did not expect
there would be much discussion, but
the subject of whut the outcome will
be and how it shull bo financed furth
er soemed likely to be extensively dis
cussed. That Chancellor Bothman-Hollweg
would be naked to state what Germany
is fighting for, and what are her terais
of peace was almost certain. A re
quest for more than $2,000,000,000 addi
tional war credit was anticipated.
Organization and routine business oc
cupied the opening session.
Insane Woman
Writes To Brides
New York, Nov. 30. Police sought
today a woman "poison pen writer,"
believed to be a paranoiac, who has
written recently letters to 23 brides
charging tueir husbands with immor
ality. All the brides addressed were women
whoso weddings the newspapers had de
scribed at length. The letters were in
the same handwriting, and each started,
"I writo you at random. I am an ut
ter stranger to you," after which came
the charges against the husbands.
Postmarks on the letters indicate
that the author is an inmate of a Penn
sylvania insane asylum.
College Bovs To
Tackle the Prohlem
Seattle, Wash., Nov 30. Emil E.
Hnrja, University of Washington iun-
ior, editor of tho Univorsity Daily, will
leave Seattle at onco as a member of
Henry lord's penco party. In accord
ancc to Ford'B request a member of tho
university student body was chosen by
President Henry Suz.allo.
Hussell Peterson, a sophomore, will
ii,iho uiko tne trip at lord's invitation
Lamar Tooze in Party.
i.ugene, Ore., Nov. 30. Officially
chosen to represent the University of
Oregon on tho Henry Ford peace cruise,
i.amiir loozo, president of the Associat
ed Student Body is en routo to New
lork fity today.
Too.e's heme is in Sulem.
JlMi STOMACH JOY
IN YOUR VEST POCKET
Daniel J. Fry Has Such Faith In This
Dyspepsia Bomody That He
Guarantees It.
One of tho greutost successes in tho
sine oi mouiciiio has oeeu achieved by
Mi-o-na, tho standard dyspepsia rem
edy, and its sul is increasing so rapid
ly that Daniel J. Fry, the popular drug
gist, has bard work to keep a stock on
hand. It is very iiomilur with bunkers.
ministers, lawyers and others where
business or profession keeps them close
ly confined, whilo those who havo
brought on indigestion through irreg
ular eating, worry, or other causes,
have found relief in this ruliablo
remedy.
Mi-o-na comes in tablet form and is
old in a metal box especially designed
for convenience in carrying the mdl
cino in the pocket or purse. It Is pleas
ant to take, gives quick relief and
should help any ease, no matter of how
long a standing. This remedy kas been
so uniformly successful that Daniel J.
Fry will in future sell Mi-o-na under a
positive guarantee to refund tho money
if it shoulit not nrnvl Antlrwl mIIi.
factory. No other dyspepsia medicine
ever anu a large enougn percentage or
cures so that it eould be sold in this
manner. A guarantee like this speaks
volumes for the merit of the remedy.
There Is no time like tke present to
do a thing that onght to be done. If
any one has dyspepsia, today li the best
time to begin curing it.
Tl
Daughters of American Revo
lution Set the Pace, Sons
May Follow
Now that the Daughters of the Amer
ican Bevolution have organiaed a
chapter in Salem, there is a movement
on foot among men in the city, who are
eligible, to organize a chapter of the
Sons of the American Bevolution.
Men whose mothers or sisters are
members of the Daughters of the Bevo
lution are eligible to the Sons of the
American Bevolution. In roeh cases,
the papers of the "Daughters" become
sources of information by which the
men can prove descent from oma an
cestor who assisted in the establish
ment of the American Independence,
During the exraises of the last natur
alization court, November 3, a flag was
presented to those who were natural
ized, by the Oregon Society of the Sons
of the American Revolution. Winthrcrp
Hammond of this city, as spokesman
for the Society, referred to the great
privilege it was to becomo an American
citizen, and Judge Galloway through
his advice to the new citizens, added to
the dignity and solemnity of the cere
monies attending the admittance to
citizenship. After this session, there
was a feeling tat patriotic services of
some nature should be held at each
naturalization court.
The key note of the Society, as sug
gested by Winthrop Hammond, was that
each member should do what he eould
to assist in educating the foreign born
to the duties and privileges of being a
citizen of this country.
In Oregon, but one society, which is
the paront state society, has been or
ganized, although in almost all states,
tho state society has been organized,
and from this several local chapters
established.
From the fact thst Salem and this
part of the state was settled largoly by
representative families from the east
ern states and New England ther is of
necessity a large number of the descend
ants of thos who took part in the
Revolution living here.
As the matter now stands, Mr. Hnm
mohd is the only, resident of Marion
county who is a member of the State
society of the Sons of the American
Eovolution, although many are eligible
to join, and perhaps would do so, if a
local chapter was organized.
Although there are 300 in the state,
belonging to the State society, Salem is
not represented becnose uo effort has
been- made to inaugurate a chapter
here. Doubtless in the immediate
vicinity of Salem there are more men
to bo found who are eligible than in
any part of the state, and it is appro
priate that the first chapter of the
Sons of the American Bevolution should
be established in the capital citv.
Since the recent organization of the
daughters of the American Bevolution
and the impressive exercises at the
naturalization court, a number of men
eligible, have signified a desire to be
come affiliated with tho state and na
tional organizations
With many, the difficulty has been
in the preparing of papers of eligibility.
In order to join, it is necessary to file
proofs of descent from some ancestor
who assisted in the establishment of
the American Independence. The Ore
gon society has a valuable library of
Revolutionary literature, including the
official list of soldiers aud sailors. This
list is of great assistance in proving
ancestral service.
Those interested in their fnmtty tree,
niiKiir- correspond with B. A. Thaxter,
994 Bryce street. Portland, who is a
membor of the Htnte society and has
access to tho records, or take the matter-
up with Winthrop Hammond of this
city, who will secure application blanks.
To socuro information of one's an
cestors is not so difficult, if the home
of the grand pnrents are known, as the
in uie east are very accurate.
Among those interested in the orirnn-
lzntion of a local chapter i Winthrop
"ii.iiiiiunn, wno is a member of the
iTregon state society. It has been sug
gested to bun that he should call a
meeting nt an early date of those Inter
ested in the formino at a Wnl chimin
Since the Dnucht ers nf the PAvnliiil,,1
havo organized, and since the pnpers
and records of a mother or daughter can
he used in proving eligibility, many
men in the city can securo their prouf's
..v i.iih,.iv lorwarcimg these proofs to
the proper authorities iu Washington.
The only expense attached to mem
bership is a fee of 3 for initiation and
annum ues or $3.
S. P. Trains Will Stop
On Flat! If Notice Is
Given To Department
A hearing wns conducted at the state
house today by tho Public service com
mission relative to the complaints from
a number of small towns In this eoun
ty along the line of the Southern Pa
fific, that the trains would not stop
when flncired in n!..L 1
The railroad agreed to return to its
former schedule of stopping to pick up
passengers on flag if due notice had
tlAfin ni iiiih An iL .
B...-u iu me passenger department
Tlin railroad onmiiii.i,n ;ui,.i ...
Out tU plan and the hearing was dis-
niinjoct to can again
upon too rmmtlniiit
hnvo bfen loft at the atntlon or upon
mi vuuiiiunniun'a ow n motion.
Tho nrincinn) fonmi ,.,. t...
in from Aurora, Hubbard, Turner and
Marion and it was stated that in num
erous instances passengers had been left
at the station when the train refused to
stop after being flagged. Tha commis
sion did not wish to require the rail
n.n.is mi srop an trains or limited trains,
and as each Instancn K
tienlar points it was decided to let the
matter stand while the former practice
was resumed. '.
Sunk By Submarine.
London. Nov. .10 Tfc luiti.v
er Dotterel of l.lfHi tons kas bees
sunk by a tubmarlne.
"GiOFIHEPACir
ENEO RUINS
City of AvaJon Wiped Of the
Map fire Spares the
Catholic Church
AvaJon, Catalina Island, Gal., Nov.
30. Nearly two-thirds of the beauti
ful island city of Avalon, known the
world over as a most picturesque spot,
lies in ruins today, the result of yes
terday's disastrous fire.
The damage, variously estimated af
ter the fire was controlled at from
1500,000 to $1,500,000, is stated by the
Santa Catalina Island company to be
between $500,00 and $700,000, about
nail insurea.
Two hundred people are homeless.
Tents, food and othor necessities have
been sent by steamer from San Pedro
and while there was considerable suf
fering during and after tho fire, every
one is now being cared for.
All the old land marks are gone.
By a eurioos freak of the wind, the
Catholic church was saved. The fire
swept up to its very doors when the
wind changed. It stands today serene
and untouched in the midst of black
ened ruins.
A searching Investigation will bo
made as to the origin of the fire. Many
runnors of incendiarism have been
heard, but no traco of the alleged cul
prits has as yet been discovered.
CORN AND POTATO
Exhibits From All the Com
munity Shows Assembled
for final Display
The second annual Marion County
i;orn and fotato show will open tomor
row in the Linn building on State
street, opposite D. A. White & Sons,
and will continue four flays.
Practically all the exhibitors who
had corn at the community corn shows
of Aurora, Silverton, Woodburn, Mt,
Angel, St. Paul and Aumsville, have
brought their exhibits to tho Marion
county show. There is a stroug rivalry
between the six communities as one
of the prizes offered is for the best
community exhibit. Polk county will
also have a special exhibit.
Judging of tho exhibits will begin
Wednesday noon. One of the opportuni
ties to. be given farmers at this corn
show, will be that of buving their seed
corn, as already each community has
hundreds of bushels ou exhibit that wil
be sold.
The show this year is tho greatest ex
hibit of Marion county eorn ever shown
at one place, and each of the commun
ity exhibits is as large ss the entire
show or one year ago. Jt is being held
under the management of L. J. Chapin
anil the cash awards are offered by the
Ladd & Bush bank, the Capital at ion
al bank, and Dr. E. E. Fisher.
Stock Market Weak
So Is German Exchange
(Copyright 1915 by tho New York
JSvening l'ont)
Hw York, Nov. 30. The stock mark
et twU" apparently did not reflect out
side news, and its desultory drift con
tinued. ,
The month of November, passed out
quietly. The total stock business was
far bolow that of the three preceding
months, and it has often been exceeded
in, other Novembers. Transactions in
bonds, however, were the largest in six
years.
London and Paris exchange today was
noteworthy, though the old British con
sols and the new 4 1-2 per cont bonds
declined. Oernmn exchnngo wns a frac
tion lower thnn yesterday.
FUNERAL THIS AFTERNOON.
The funeral of William F. Bent, who
died yestordny morning at the homo of
his son-in-law, Fred Hale, wns held
this afternoon from the chapel of Webb
Clongh, the Rev. Miss Ethel WillinniB,
of the Church of God, officiating.
Burial was in the ('ity View cemetery.
Besides his widow and daughter,
Mrs. Fred TInle, he is survived by his
mother two sisters and threo brothers.
The mother, Mrs. Harriet Bent lives at
Amherst, Nova Scotia. The sisters,
Mrs. Herbert Newcombe, lives at Am
herst, Nova Scotia, and Mrs. .1 limes
Johnson, in New York City. The broth
ers are Frank Bent of Sulem, Charles
D. Bent and Wulter BentV Amherst,
Nova Scotia.
FRUITLAND
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Frnitlnnd.. Or., Nov. 3(1. Miss Bella
OPEN NOSTRILS! END
A COLDOR CATARRH
How To Get Relief When need
and Nose are Stuffed Up,
Count fiftyl Your cold in head or
entarrh disappears. Your clogged nos
trils will open, the air passages of your
head will clear and you cau breathe
freely. No more snuffling, hawking,
maceus discharge, dryness or hesdacho;
bo struggling for breath at night.
(let a sniull bottle of Fly's Cream
Btthn from your druggist and apply a
little of this frngrnnt antiseptic cream
in your nostrils. It penetrates through
every air passage of tho head, soothing
and healing the swollen or inflamed
masons membrane, giving you instant
relief. Head eolds, and catarrh yield
like magic. Don't stay stuffed-np and
miserable. Relief is sure.
SH0WT0M0RR0W
UJO iWO IJJ' O
Instant Relief for
3. C. Ferry, Druggist,
; Special Pffice ;
TEN LOADS
Mil Wood
AT S 1 oSO AT
Prompt
Spaulding Logging
Company
Pheasant Brand Products
"Oregon Made for the World's Trade"
Your Eastern xtiend would appreciate) the gift of a fancy packed
Christmas package of Oregon's finest Prunes and Loganberries, or a
box of Pheasant Perfection Prunes.
SOLD BY ALL LEADING GROCERS
Willamette Valley
Schroeder, who has been attending
high school at Corvallis, spent Thanks
giving with her parents here.
Mrs. Montgomery drove out from
town Sunday to attend church despite
the heavy raintall which prevailed.
Mr. J. Bastiansen was a Thanksgiv
ing visitor at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Runner.
Preparations are being made for a
grand Christinas exercise at tho Kriiit
land church. This neighborhood has
plenty of talent in this line, as past
Christmas exercises have shown, and
no doubt is entertained as to this
year's success.
Mr. N. J. Bowers was busy last
week is enrolling tho youngsters- of
school age in this district.
George Anderson and family spent
Thanksgiving with Mr. Anderson and
family. Henry Anderson went back
MARY MILES MINTER
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A famous Metro Feature at Ye Liberty today and tomorrow.
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JESSIE RALPH and MARIE WAYNE
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NEAL OF THE NAVY
"THE FAILTJSE," IN TWO REELS
TODAT and WEDNESDAY
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for IS years-
The Standard Skin Remedy.
all Skin Trouble
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Delivery
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Prune Association
l with them to Polk county where bo
will be employed this wiutor.
I A splendid time was enjoyed by tho
i members of tho '. P. A., at the homo
of Mrs. linker. A short program wan
given after which social time wn
: spent. Mrs. T. C. White and Curl Mil
! lor were taken in as new members.
MisB Dorothy Ward visited witii htr
'aunt, Mis. Bellamy lust Sunday. Sim
is employed nt tho Tuberculosis iusJLi;
I'lntion. - " x t -- .-
i Mis Grace Baker gave an instru
I moutal selection aud Misses Dorothy'
, and Naomi Kuniier a duet. A talk by
;Mr. Withum was also much apprec
iated by 'the audience, especially tb
'young people.
Next Saturday evening at tho school
house will occur a pic social. A pro
grum has been prepared and all tbn
young Indies aud girls are requested to
bring pics.
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