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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, DEC. 17, 1915,
st One I
BOUDOIR AND BREAKFAST LADIES' CREPE DE CHINE MEN'S FANCY XMAS NECK
CAPS OF ALL-OVER LACE, SILK WAISTS, WHITE AND EVENING WEAR, REGULAR 50c AND $1.00
LINED, AT 35c TO SHADES, AT AT 39c AND
65c $1.98 48c
BTTir hoqippv -PTATK RTTITPFS BOO MECHANICAL TOYS, ON SEC- MEN'S TIE, SOX A-ifD HAND-
nn?TAfM W?TH F AYTOP AT OND FLOOR NEW ANNEX, FROM KERCHIEF COMBINATION SETS
98o AND 60 T0 Ala, COLORS, AT
$1.35 25c $1.00
tatitps. HPMqTTTfWn AND DOLLS, BOOKS, GAMES, BLOCKS, MEN'S $1.00 AND $1.25 HOUSE
EMBROIDERED iD SutIaS DISHES' BUGGIES, ETC., AD BACKROOM SLIPPERS, AT
HANDKERCHIEFS, 12 1-2C, 18c 100 T0 AND
25c 49c 98c
Z BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS, KNICKER MEN'S DRESS GLOVES, TANS.
LEATHER SHOPPING BAGS PANTS, AGES 4 TO 14, AT $1.98, GREYS AND BROWNS REGULAR
WITH PURSE AND MIRRORS, IN $2igg AND $150 AND $1.75, SALE
XMAS BOXES, AT
73c $3.49 98c
" rmTTVR'F.WS WHITE DRESSES MEN 8 DRESS SHIRTS, 85c, $1.00,
LADIES' FRENCH KID GLOVES, RIMMED WITH LACE SIm: -2B AND $1.50, PLAIN AND
REGULAR $1.35 AND $1.19, XMAS y ioToo7$175 FANCY, AT 49c AND
98c 75c 98c
t a TRIES' FELT COMFY AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH AND COR- MEN'S FANCY SUSPENDERS IN
BOUDOIR SLIPPERS, ALL COL- DUROY COATS, ALL COLORS, UP XMAS BOXES, ALL STYLES,
ORS, SALE . TO $2.50 AND $3.00 SALE, 49c AND
69c $1.49 65c
The GreaterfjChicago Store
Earl Hegel Elected
W. U. Football Captain
Earl Flegel was re-elected captain of
(be- Willamette football team for the
Reason of 1916 at a mooting of the
football team yesterday oftornoon.
Flegal is a Senior at Willamette next
year and has won letters in basketball,
baseball and tennis besides playing
three years on the football team. Ho
served as captain of the team during
the past season and proved himself a
versatile player filling every position
upon the team except center.
He was a member of the baseball
team last season and is a guard on
the present basketball team and one
of the best athletes at the institution.
The election was unanimous by the
eight members of the team who were
eligible to vote for captain. The men
who won lottcrs at football at Wil
lamette this year are: Flegel, Hend
ricks, Irvin, P. Miller, C. Archibald, I?.
Archibald, Tobie and Randall.
Candy and Nuts
CANDY Fresh from the factory Special prices
for Xmas, lb 10c, 12 '2c, 15c, 16c, 18c, 20c
All candy kept under glass.
"Santa Claus" best grade, pound 20c
"Holiday Special", eight kinds, pound . . . , 10c
Oranges, 8, 10, 15 and 20 for 25c, according to size.
2395 Front St Phone 494
Until Christmas. For those who have waited for last
week before buying Xmas Presents and Holiday
Goods brief ads giving helpful suggestions are wanted
for it's Facts and Prices only that they are now
for it's Facts and Prices only that now appeals
TO BUSY CHRISTMAS BUYERS
LADIES' DRfiSSES. COATS
Ladles' One-Piece Dresses, of Pop
lins, French Serges; regular $7.50,
$10.00 and $12.50; in two lots, now
$2.98 and $5.90
Ladies' Tailored Suits, of every
fabric and desirable color; regular
$12.50 to $30; in two lots, marked
$5.90 and $10.90
Ladies' Winner Coats, every coat
included; $8.00, $10.00 and $12.00 in
first lot, $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00 in
$3.90 and $9.90
"A fine Tribute To
the Oregon Pioneer"
Illustrated address by George H.
Himes Sunday evening, First Congre
It was near midday when a big red
skin came out of the brush, crossed the
clearing and leaned up against the
fence which was only ten feet from my
I felt mighty uneasy but knowing I
had better look unconcerned I asked
him if he wanted something to eat. llo
said nothing and only continued to
stare through the open door at the
boby who wog lying in a cradle in the
middle of the room.
There was a mighty good rifle hang-
ling on the wall and I began to figure
out the best way to get nold of it. i irst
I placed a tablo between the door and
in v little girl and then I made up my
mind to shoot him if he made another
But I finally selected another woy
out of my trouble. Keening a careful
eye on him all tho time I set the table
for four eople and without paying tho
Ladies', Misses and Children's Felt
that were $1.50 to $3.00, are now
49c to $1.35
Ladies' Trimmed Hats that were
$1.00, $5.00, $6.50 and up to $8, now
$1.95 and $2.95
Ladies', Hisses and Children's Felt
Hats, Knit Caps and Corduroy Tarns
24c, 48c and 69c ,
least attention to the sullen fellow, I
walked to tho front door and yelled
And you ought to have Been that red
skin go. Ho traveled faster than any
horse X ever saw, straight for the
woods and disappeared, lie had count
ed the plates and then ran thinking no
doubt that the men were near and
would kill him.
The story is a true one of a pioneer
Oregon mother. The story of the Ore
gon pioneer is one that must never be
forgotten. The story will be told again
in the First Congregational church by
George II. Himes on Sunday evening at
half past seven o'clock,
Mr. Himes will illustrate his address
with 100 slides beginning with nn ac
credited representation of one of tho
"first families" of Oregon, a portrait
of the man who used the word "Ore
gon" for the first time in 1706; a por
trait of Captain Gray who entered Ore
gon waters May 11, 1792; also views
covering a period of seventy yearB all
relating to he "first things in con
nection with the starting point of in
dustrial commercial religion and edu
cational life in the Pacific Northwest.
Numerous ministers will be shown be
ginning with the first one on tho const,
llcv. Jason Lee, whose first sermon
was preached at Fort Vancouver, Kept.
28, 1834; also a picture of the first
couple married in Oregon. The first
wedding in all our country west of the
Rocky mountains was in what is now
Marion county, July 16, 1837. The
portrait of the minister who performed
the ceremony will also be shown,
This is the first time that Mr.
Himes has placed these pictures on ex
hibition. Kverybody invited and everybody
However, the meat cutters strike Is
not bothering the vegetarians.
AJUi AQAXnBT WILSON
Now York, Doc. 17 flerman.
Americans will not vote for
President Wilson neit year:
they are strong for Colonel
Koosevelt. Bo declares Prof
fessor Hugo Munsterberg in
this week's Fatherland. Mun
sterberg declared It would have
been fortunate for America
if Roosevelt had been in the
White House when the war
to have mm
Is Man's Size Now Being 21
Years Old-Will Celebrate
The United Artisans lodge will be 21
years of age next Saturday and a hun
dred or more members of the Salem
lodgo will go to Portland Saturday
morning to assist the 4,000 Portland
members, in appropriately celebrating
Tho local lodge of Artisans lias the
honor of having the prize drill team
of the coast, formerly known as the
Arto Frisco club. This club will give
an exhibit drill Saturday evening at
the meeting of tho 'Artisans in the
Eleventh street theatre, Portland.
Besides having the prize drill team,
the local lodge has the distinction of
having the first juvenilo fraternal or
ganization known in this country, re
gardless of lodge affiliations.
hranch of this juvenile organiza
tion known as the Court of Fairies will
also go to Portland and will put on
their initiatory work Saturday after
noon nt the Eleventh street "theatre,
for the benefit and pleasure of the
Portland members. Tho ritualistic
worn of this juvenile branch of the or
der was written by Mrs. Ella Watt, of
this eitv, who holds the official title
of supreme instructor for the Artisans
of the state. Mrs. Watt has been in
Portland the past week instructing,
and assisting in the organization of. a
juvenilo lod1" sunilar to the one she
organized in (his city.
Another stnte official is Ivan G.
Martin, who holds the official position
of supreme instructor.
Many men and women prominent in
the social .affairs of Portland will take
part in the celebration Saturday. Gov
cror Withycombc will speak "in the
afternoon and Madumo Jomelli will
sing in tho evening.
Besides tho drilling of the Fairy
Court of the Saiem juvenilo Artisans,
Margaret White will dance in the af
ternoon and Jeannette Sykes in the
evening. The United Artisan Juvenilo
band will play a concert waltz for tho
The Fairy Court officers, who will
tnke part in the Saturday program in
Portland are, Letha Wilson. Margaret
White, Mona Schaum, Mavcel Iluntor,
Ruth Koss Rota Claggett, Dorothy
Esch Merlo Matlock, Lowell White and
Tho members of the drill team arc:
Ruth Cook,- Margery Brant. Ella Rein
ke, Margnrct Bowers, Opal Grev,
Gladys Dimeler, Dorothy Brant, Ala
Armstrong, Clara rope and J'auline
The Brownies of the Court are; F.d
win Parker, Theodnro Panlus, Otho
wnitc, f re.l Keinke, I'loyd Baker, Bar
ry Ksch, Webster Ross, Lowell Un-
run and Iheodore Smith.
Tho pipers who twill assist in tho
work of the Fairy Conn and who will
go to Portland are: Robert Hill, Ken
ncth Pngh, Robert Lee, Lorcn Luce,
Merle Baker and Lorane Atchinson.
For their trip to Portland Saturday
monring the Artisans will have n spe
cinl car on tho 7:13 morning Oregon
Electric. They will return at their
convenieiicn as the special week end
rate is good returning any tune in
cluding the following Monday.
How to Destroy Catarrh
Germs and End Catarrh
Catarrh is a germ disease and the
only way to cure it so it will stay
cured and never come back is to kill
and drive out of your system the
catarrhal gorms which have found
lodgement there. When the germs go
the catarrh will stop. The troublo
with most treatments, like sprays,
salves, creams, greasy balms, lotions,
etc., is that they give only temporary
relief by opening up for a wbilo the
clogged head, throat and nostrils. In
a little timo tho catarrh comes back as
bad as ever.
Peoplo who suffer continually from
catarrh should drop such temporary
makeshifts and got something that
really gets atthe root of the disease
and stamps it out. There is nothing
better for such cases than breathing
into your nose and lungs the pleasant,
soothing, healing, gorm destroying air
of Hyomoi (pronounced High-o-me)
made from purest oil of Eucalyptus
and combined with other powerful
healing, antiseptic and gorm destroying
ingredients. Ilyomei penotratos and
heals the inflamed swollen membranes
of your nose and throat, stops dis
charges, clears the passages and com
pletely overcomes the disoaso bv de
stroying its cause. For catarrh gorms
cannot live in your body after Hyomoi
roacnes inem. Jmnioi j, j'ry nnd many
nthor good druggists in Bulom and
vicinity have long sold nyomoi on a
positive gunrantoo of successful results
or money back and find this gonerous
policy pays. Most druggists aro now
giving a pocket inhaler made from bard
rubber with every comploto trcatmont
soki. xnis makes a very simple, easy
and convenient as woll as a thoroughly
reliable means of treating by the best
known method this dangerous and often
be" seems to bo good advice for ludifes
n J . ... .,1 ,L. 1 r . . ,
M,i omii'iui'i'h hi iuu juuiTnoman conn-
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tjr uuiirict court io XOIJOW.
LAND WITH WORK
For Sale 10 acriu annA tan.t .
station on Oregon Electric, soven miles
of Halom. Good spring, some timber.
8.50.00. Ownor will give buyer Job!
CUttlnff fiords of wood tn innlv nn nr.
chase price. Balance ensv. Annlvi
eariy as wis win oe snappol up quick.
SCOn & BYNON
Tel. 937. 124 South Liberty Street
Children arerjrobablv brichterto-dav"
than a generation ago but are they
stronger? That's a grave question.
So many pinched faces, duiicu eyes
and languid feelings make us wonder
if they will ever grow int robust,
healthy men and women.
' If your children catch colds easily,
are tired when rising, lack healthy
rnlnr. nr find studies difficult, eive
them Scott's Emulsion for one month
to enrich their blood and restore the
body-forces to healthy action.
Scott's Emulsion is used in private
schools. It is not a "patent medicine",
simply a highly concentrated oil-food,
without alcohol or harmful drugs. It
cannot harm; it improves blood; it bene
fits lungs nd strengthens the system.
Your druggist has it refuse substitutes.
Bcoit & Uownc, Bloomfield, N, j. U-ii
SURPRISE GRANGE ELECTS
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Turner,1 Ore., Dec. 17. Surprise
Grange No. 233 held its regular month
ly meeting in the 1. O. U. i. hall, in
Turner, Oregon, December 11, with nn
attendance of about fifty. And a gen
eral good time ensued. The morning
session wns taken up with tho regular
business work. Several new names
were balloted on and candidates initi
ated. Mrs. G. Robertson, Mrs. Hazel Mc
Kay and Mr. and Mrs. Hcnnis were
given tiie first and second degree work.
Tho election of new officers took
pluce'in the niternoon.
The new of titers are: Master, G. W.
Karris; overseer, B. E. Roucrtson; lec
turer, Mrs. Delzell; stewart, l C. Del
zell; assistant steward, Henry Crnw
ford; chaplain, Mrs. J. N. Robertson;
treasurer, Mrs. Whitehead; secretary,
.1. K. Whitehead; gatekeeper, John
Giranlern; ceres, Addio Robertson; po
mona, Emma Herrin; flora, Mrs. Srnw
ford; lady assistant steward, Mrs. Far
ris. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards have been at
tendinp the stock show in Portland.
Monroe Nve has just returned from
a trip over to Salmon river and is down
sick with the asthma and could not be
with us at Grange.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter were over from
Monmouth to attend Grange and visit,
a few days with old friends,
Mrs. Smith, who is spending the win
ter with her brother in Albany, wns
home for a tew days and attended
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Fruitland, Or., Dec. 17. The grain
prospect is good. Also fruit
Henry Smith reports a pleasant
visit among relatives near Marion.
M. M. Ransom is hauling grnvel on a
portion of the road south of the church.
Supervisor Kuplingcr is furnishing the
Vrn.l MiilivrtAilm. oln iwrlttnriwl a t
few days ago, which dressed (or rather
uiimi-nni'u) weignea i.io pounas. pome
hog that. What ample camping ground
for trichina. Hut Fruitland pork isn't
infested by such parasites far ns wo
know. We leave that to Clackamas
county and Portland. It is said a well
cooked trichina is more wholesome than
one alive and kicking. I don't know,
1 never made any comparisons.
Port Dressier made a business trip
to Polk county this week.
Francis Schrunk had a runaway a
.. " vl mucin, Oj
ono hurt, but the vehicle wns somewhat
demolished. As Francis is like Jehu'
of old "he drivotli fnri.,,uWil .
, ... .uuuuny B i
mixup with the ground is only a part of
Thev ore linvtnir n llvnlu 'T.Urnt-u
at. Bethel school house Friday evenings.
They discussed marriage and non
mnrriairo the other imrht Hn. ... -
of the disnut nts argued for marriage,
wno nave not yet tried it, and one who
has tried it argued agninst. So yon see
somq very good points must liavo been
niftdc. Vrvt Friiluu nva.,;.. .1
i.i..iK mtijr m
going joy-riding in one of peace-maker
iu.'i 9 uuuiiuouiii's. joes tno chaplain
of the Chnmawa Indian school use his
position for conducting a sectarian.
propagamiaf Keo report of confirma
tion services nt. Mt .(,. I, i......i.
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Sii1.mii, Inst Sunduy in Cnpitul Journul
RELIEF SHIP SUNK.
Rotterdam. Doc. 17 Tin, ..li..f !.!..
Levenpool, from New Vork has been
mined of torpedoed. She was sinking
when last reported.
Tho Levenpool wns a 4HHi ton Eng
lish vessel but was under charter of
tho American commission on relief of
Iti'lL'ilim. Mm llcu tlm ,..l;..f ri ,.
der Which sue was supposed to bo lin-
i.uilV IIIMU UllUCK,
Think She Struck Mine.
New i'ork, Dec. 17. Tho Leven
pool relief ship reported mined or tor
pedoed and sinking, sailed from this
port November 2-1, with 0.100 tons of
lard and bacon for llelgium via Rot
terdam. Hho carried only her regular
Officials here beliovo if she has mot
with a mishap, it was from a mine, nnd
they doubted she had been torpedoed.
SllO flew aidn a ii. I ,ln..b 1., u
carried signal boards, Indicating to bel-
"Kircnn i.iac sno IS a roller ship. At
night she displayed heavy illumination
so there wiih nn c)iutta ,e .tu...i.i..M
her character. From this, officials felt
I iiiumci.y miy Wlllgorcill DHH SCIIt Uor
to the bottom.
A Hrcnnfl lllynntj-k anf.1 4I.A
, - . Tunnel
had been benched at Mucking flats.
ine iiricmn steamer jNyroca arriving
tmlnv rnnnrtAil mIia 110UU..I !. T ........
- n-.w ,.ni-ui .11,1 1 V II H
pool siuitiug near Kentlshknock, but
Lnub mi, nwuniiT j aniuon nnii a torpo-
jo iioni toon oir the levenpool crow,
Thn tnrnA.lA Kaa n,IU,. I...
.... ..,... .,..,, .,..,., ,V ,H.
nailed too .Nvroca that no assistance
It la linlrtruttAil linvit .tn ..I ! -t.
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contributions paid for tho cargo, If
she has been beached, it is possildo she
can be salvaged,
Judge Htovenson thinks that an au
tomobile driver who admits drinking
19 sinuses of beer In one evening
should have at leant fivo days in jail.
The principle that a man is eutitleil to
his just deserts seems to be established.
The Cheer of a Real
Will be better nprcciated when accom
panied with a gift of something useful
for man or boy in dependable, service
OUR EXTRA SPECIAL
This Week, Regular Superior
Grade 50c Neckwear, 3 for $1.00
Remember our 50c grndo neckwear compares favorably with what
some stores charge 75c for.
Gift Suggestions. Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Bath Kobe, Smok
ing Jacket, Shirts, Slippers, Neckwear, Shoes in fact you will find a
complete display of WEARING APPAREL for men and boys.
We also sell merchandise orders.
THE HOUSE THAT GUARANTEES EVERY PURCHASE.
Before or after the holidays we will exchange any article purchased
at our store.
WAR NEWS OF ONE
YEAR AGO TODAY
Berlin claimed thore was a
general Russian retreat on a
250 milo front. Priuco Hub- He
:(( sein Kemal was made Hultnn of
Egvpt to succeed Abbas Hilini.
President Wilson declined to
ie protest to Germany about the
(t English enstconst ruid. He
(c ijc C jc s( ?C jfi jj( sc
May Be Solved Today
Sun Frnncisco, Dec. 17. Definite
cause for the disabling of the boilers
of the liner Minnesota was expoctcd to
bo established today by foduru) inspect
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If Oregon aglj
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Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Grand Prize, Panami-California Exposition, San Diego, 1913
Baker's Breakfast Cocoa
The Food Drink Without a Fault
Made of high-grade cocoa beans, skilfully blended
and manufactured by a perfect mechanical process,
without the use of chemicals; it is absolutely pure
and wholesome, and its flavor is delicious, the
natural flavor of the cocoa bean.
The genuine lean this lraJe-mar, and is male only ly
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
EsUblUhed 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
mo u pai, off,
DR. B.F. P0UND
Announces the removal of his Dental Office,
202 United States National Bank Building,
to the floor above, occupying Suite 301-2-3.
ors, who began a minute inspection of
her boilor tubes.
Inspectors of Hulls and Boilers (!uth
ric nnd Doluii completed hiking testi
mony from members of the crew today.
Dolnn said it would require only a short
timo to establish whether tho tubes col
lapsed because they were old or from
Repairs on tho Minnesota will coht
nr 11 n
VYOoaDurn may uei
New Modern Hotel
Woodburn, Ore., Dee. 17. A move
ment is on foot for the construction of
a 1)125,000 hotel building in this city.
Woodburn has been in need of a modern
hotel for yenrs and in recognition vt
this fin' t some of tho lending citizens
have taken the matter in hand.
Rear Salem Dank of Commerce,