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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, DEC. 21, 1915.
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BOtJDOUR AND BREAKFAST
CAPS OF ALL-OVER LACE,
35c to 65c
LEATHER SHOPPING BAGS
WITH PURSE AND MIRRORS,
IN XMAS BOXES, AT .
SILK HOSIERY, PLAIN,
STRIPES OR PLAIN WITH
FANCY TOP, AT
98c and $1.35
FANCY HAND-MADE CORSET
COVERS, TRIMMED WITH
LACE AND RIBBONS, AT
LADIES' FRENCH COMFY
AND BOUDOIR SLIPPERS,
LADIES' FRENCH KID
GLOVES, REGULAR $1.35 AND
$1.49, XMAS SALE
Due to the continual down-pour of the first two days
of the week Xmas business will come with a rush at
the eleventh hour. We are amply prepared. Every
convenience is assured those whose time is limited.
Shop in the forenoon if possible. Prompt service
and careful attention make
OUR STORE THE IDEAL XMAS STORE
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS, . AmT,,, WTNTFR POATS
$5.90 and $7.90 ' g.90
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS, LADIES' WINTER COATS,
$9.90 $7.90 and $8.90
ONE-PIECE DRESSES, $6.00, LADIES' TAILORED SKIRTS
$7.50 AND $9.00, IN TWO LOTS $3.50, $4.50 AND $6.00, IN TWO
SALE LOTS, SALE
$2.98 and $3.48 $1.98 and $3.90
Ladies Waists, Kimonas, Petticoats etc.
$1.50 AND $2.00 LINGERIE LADIES' KIMONAS, $1.00,
AND VOILE WAISTS, SALE 91.50 AND UP TO $2.50, IN
-0 TWO LOTS
98c 49c and $1.35
$3.50 CREPE DE CHINE lab-IES' PETTICOATS, SILK
WAISTS, EVENING SHADES AND MERCERIZED
$1.98 I 98c and $2.25
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS. LADIES' FELT HATS, VEL
REGULAR $1.50 TO $2.50, ON VET SHAPES, ETC., ON ONE
ONE TABLE TABLE
69c. 89c. $1.19 98c and $1.25
TRIMMED HATS, RE!. S3.00 OSTRICH PLUMES AND TIPS,
$3.50 AND $4.00, ON ONE REG. $1.50, $2.00 AND 32.50,
$1.35 and $1.95 $1.19 and $1.25
Dolls, Books, Games, Toys etc.
Something to please every child Doll Buggies. Beds, Dishes, Can-
at little expense in Toyland sec- dleB- Whistles, Horns, Color Kits,
. .... , .,, n. Motors, Rocking Horses, Animals,
ond floor new annex. Dolls, Qun8( Topg p8ictureg)
Books, Blocks, Balls, Games, C 1A 1C F I
Drums, Trains, Engines, Wagons, D"1U"1DC LOUIllCrS
MEN'S $1.00 AND $1.25 HOUSE
AND BATHROOM SLIPPERS
69c and 98c
MEN'S TIE, SOX AND HAND
SETS, ALL COLORS, AT
MEN'S FANCY SUSPENDERS
IN XMAS BOXES, ALL
49c and 65c
MEN'S WOOLEN RUFFNECK
SWEATERS, ALL COLORS,
REGULAR $1.50 AND $2.00, AT
MEN'S FANCY XMAS NECK
WEAR, REGULAR 50c AND
39c and 48c
MEN'S DRESS GLOVES, TANS,
GREYS AND BROWNS, REG
ULAR $1.60 AND $1.75, SALE
THE GREATER CHICAGO ST0
Men and Boys
Are always needing articles for Dress and as they are also giv
ing gifts often a matter of self denial, it is only natural for them
to prefer the useful gifts, such as
Gloves, Neckwear, Bathrobes, Smoking Jackets, Slippers, Sets consisting of Hos
iery and Necktie, Garters, Arm Bands, Shirts, and many other useful articles too
numerous to mention.
Come to Us We will make suggestions to you that will help.
Clothing, Hats and Shoes
Our stock is complete, and we can please the most particular purchaser.
Orders We sell merchandise orders covering any article in the store. Come
in and ask about them.
The House that guaran
tees every purchase.
Who will exchange, be
fore or after Christmas.
N o t ic e Wednesday,
City Offices Will Be
Polities have been rather quiet late
ly since the election, but as the first
of the year approaches, the various
candidates for city officers are coming
out from under cover and are proceed
ing to get up their political lightning
At the meeting of the city council
Monday, January 3, the eouncilmen
will elect city officers for the coming
year. For citv engineer, three candi
dates are in the field and the same
number are willing to serve the city
as city attorney. For street commission
er, it is said that six men are willing
to serve their eountrq. For sanitary in
spector, four good citizens are in tiie
running, and lour doctors have signi
fied their wilingncss to act as city
physician. For fire chief, but ono
candidate Is in the field, and the po
licemen elnctp.l will Ka ttin.A f,nm.
mended by tho chief. Two candidates
are in the field for police matron. It
has been definitely decided that fo
special police nintron will be elected
for the Oregon p;ieetric depot. A ma
tron will be put in temporary ehurgo
of the depot as occasion may require.
Everyone Should -Drink
in the Morning
Wash away all the stomach, liver,
and bowel poltona before
To feel your bost day in and day out,
to feel clean insido; no sour bile to
coat your tongue nnd sicken your
breath or dull your head; no constipa
tion, bilious attacks, Bick headache,
colds, rheumatism or gassy, acid stom
ach, you must hatho On the insido like
you bathe outside. This is vastly more
important, boeuuso the skin pores do
not absorb impurities into tho blood,
while the bowol pores do, says a well
known physician, '
To keep those poisons and toxins
well flushed from tho stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels, drink before break
fast each day, a glass of hot water
with a tcaspoonful of limestone phos
phate in it. This will cleanse, purify
nnd froshen the entiro alimentary tract,
before putting more food into tho
Got a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate from your pharmacist. It
is inexpensive and almost tasteless,
except a sourish twinge whifh is not
unpleasant. Drink phosphatcd hot
water every morning to rid yonr sys
tem of these vile poisons and toxins;
also the prevent thoir formation.
To feel like young folks feel; like
you felt before your blood, nerves and
niuBclea because saturated with an ac
cumulation of body poisons, begin this
treatment and above all, keop it upl
As soap and hot water act on the skin,
cleansing, sweetening and purifying, to
limestone phosphate and hot water be
fore breokfast, act on the stomach,
liver, kidneys and bowels.
(Capitol Journal Special Service.)
. Pratum, Or. Dec, 2i Miss Emmeline
laid! spent the week end visiting her
friends in tail neighborhood.
Miss father Schaap spent the week's
end at home.
" -- a '- Blanche,
were Salem visitors Wednesday.
ntr. v,ii. Kisi ng was a ea.era vieit-
Rev. 8. S. Baumgartner, who is at
tending a conrerence in Washington, is
expected home this weok.
Mrs. Albert Thompson, who has been
very ill is recovering slowly.
Mrs. Beutler and daughter, Clara,
were Capital City visitors Tuesday.
Mjss Pearl Eyre spent the week end
with her parents in Salem.
Mrs. diaries Rice and son Edward
spent Thursday shopping in Salom.
The Christmas program to be given
by the school will bo held the 24th of
December at tho Bchool house. Several
good songs and dialogues are being pre
pared. They will have only one week 's
vacation, school beginning January 3.
Tho literary society gavo its regular
program Friday evening. A large crowd
was in attendance. The debate on,
' ' Resolved, that tho U. 8. should annex
Mexico," was very well handled by
tho following: Affirmative, Noah Lar
don and Earl Tcttigrew; negntivOj El
eanor Hchaap and Maurice Diuinignn.
The judges chosen were: Miss Ludi,
Otto Houtler and Mr. Weiss.
Their decision was in favor of the
negative side. Other numbers on tho
program were current events by Otto
Houtler, a solo by Miss Ida Mauror,
reading by Frank Beutler and music
by Mr. SeamBtor. Several new mem
bers woro pledged in tho Boc.iety. The
next program wjll be hold Docembor 31.
The debate on, "Hesolvor, that we
should retain the county agriculturist"
will bo givon by the following: Af
firmative, Earl I'ettigrow, Joo C-'rnhane
nnd Maurice Dunnigan; negative, H. J.
Yates, J. J. Crahnne and Otto Beutler.
A program will be held at the Mcn
onito church Saturday evening, Decem
ber 25th. All are invited to attend.
BULLETS FOB CHRISTMAS
Portland, Or., Doc. 21. An unidenti
fied robber was shot three times and
probably fatally wounded early today
by J. D. Stewart, night telegraph op
erator at Multnomah Station, eight
miles from Portland. Stewart 'was at
work when the robber threw a brick
through the station window. The op
erator rushed outside and into his
house nearby where he got his revolver.-
Returning to the station he found
the man rifling the till. Stewart fired
four times. Two bullets penetrated tho
robber ' lungs, one struck his arm, and
the fourth missod. The highwayman is
in a Portland hospital.
jc 3$C S(si 31 )(t 3fl 3C )ft 3C 3(C 3ft
A Journal New Today will
ijc convert waste Into wealth.
Turner Couple Celebrate
Anniversary of Wedding
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Turner, Or., Dec. 21.,-Mr. and Mrs.
Earl wero married 10 years Saturday
18th mil in honor of tho event a num
ber of their friends were invited to
their homo Saturday evening where all
spent a very pleasant time until a Into
hour, when aiier partnking of delicious
refreshments, they departed, wishing
Mr. anil Mrs. Enrl many more years of
Those present were: Miss Julia Ad
ams, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a
very dear friend of Mrs. Earl, and has
been visiting with Mrs. Earl since Oc
tober; Archie Earl, a Bon; Dr. and Mrs.
(1. A. iuassey, Mr. and Mrs. R. O.
Thomas, O. F. Booth, II. R. Crawford,
I. II. Putnam. Vrnnlt Unit U A TKio.
sen, Rev. Bickncll, P. H. Wold, Mrs.
Crane, MrB. William Smith and Mrs. E.
oilowing are the Masonic officers
elect for 1916: Bert Wagoner, W. M.s
8. F. -ale, S. W.; P. 8. Wold, J. W.;
J. Bones, treasurer; A. Simcral, secre
tary; R. O. Thomas, superintendent of
Twin Oaks cemetery.
Epidemic of Grippe
Closes Public Schools
Portland, Ot., Dec. 21. Because of
an epidemic of la grippe which is
sweeping over western Oregon, the
Oregon Agricultural College at Corval
lis will close for the holidays tonight,
two days earlier than scheduled. From
the same cause public schools in En
gene were closed yesterday.
City physicians in the Portland
schools in Eugene were closed yester
day. City physicians In the Portland
schools are conducting an anti-grip
campaign, but have been unable to atop
the docreaso in school attendance.
Unseasonably wet weathef without
Bunsbine is the cause, the doctors sayi
SNOW 8LIDJE8 BLOCK TRAXNB
La Grande, Or., Dec. 20. Four snow
slides on the Oregon-Washington Rail
road and Navigation company 's line.
near Bacon have blocked traffic since
early last evening. Five transcontin
ental trains are - stalled. Passengers
spent the night on the mountain side,
in their coaches.
Students Prepare In
High Schools To Be
Teachers In Schools
According to Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction J. A. Churchill, thcro
are now over BOO students in the high
schools of tho state who expect to
teach in the elementary schools next
year without being requirod to puss the
state examinations. The girls number
8.'U and the boys 82. Thoso students
are tailing tho teachers' training
course, wnicn is given in the fourth
year of tho larger high schools. They
are required to take at leaBt three
years of work in English beyond the
eighth grndo and to mako a thorough
review of arithmetic, grammar, Ameri
can history and civics. They are also
required to complete a courso in meth
ods of teaching,' which includes the
study of a number of books on educa
tion, a study of tho Oregon school laws,
school blanks, etc. Accrding to Mr.
Churchill, ono of tho most vnlimblo fea
tures of tho course 1b tho observation
and teachin" practice work, which is
required during tho last yonr of the
high school course. Each of tho pros
pective teachers is required to spend
one year in observation and teaching
practice, ja weeRs or which 'for 40
minutes each day must be actual tench- (
ing practico under tho direction of tho
regular teachers. Every Btudent who
completes tho course successfully will !
bo given a one-year stato certificate,
which may bo renewed once if tho hold- !
er has taught successfully. Thifl course '
is being given in 58 of tho standard
high schools of the state. !
WAS NEWS OF ONE
YEAE AOO TODAY
Gormany's "crushing Rus
sian victory" claim was ex
ploded. Tho allies' western
drive was checked by tho kais
er's men. Tho French chamber
of deputies met in Paris for the
first time since last August.
Admiral von Tirpitz said Ger
man submarines might block
ade England and starve her in
- to submission.
Ton get a paper full of read-
ing, no contest dope.
See Our Xmas Specials
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WE HAVE MADE SPECIAL XMAS PRICES ON THE FOLLOWING ARTI
CLES. XMAS PRICES REIGN THROUGHOUT THE STORE.
4-in-One solid aluminum
Steamer a s illustrated,
regular $1.75, special for
Friday 1 flQ
Mahogany Tray. 12xl8-in..
regular $2.50, special
Xmas price $1.25
Solid copper Chafing Dish,
regular $17.50, special
Xmas Pri $9.50
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Mahogany Sewing Cabinet, a thing of beauty and will A tl w iy--
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ue a priue iu ine uuuie. iviguiur $i.uu vaiuc, special
Gentleman's smoking set, regular $9.50, special Xmas tf
20 Per Cent Off on all Cedar Chests, priced from
).00 to $40.00
MAKE THE CHILD HAPPY GET A CHILD'S ROCKER GREAT REDUC
TIONS ON ALL CHILDREN'S ROCKERS.
EVERY FRAMED PICTURE IN TIIE STORE AT ONE-HALF PRICE WILL
MAKE ACCEPTABLE GIFTS.
20 off on all JARDINERES in Store
One-Fifth of on all FRUIT and FLOWER BASKETS
Big Reductions on all ELECTRIC PORTABLES
ELECTRIC PERCOLATOR, REGULAR $9.75, SPECIAL XMAS PRICE $6.85