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THE DATLY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1916.
The New Whole Wheat
Food with the Delicious
Flavor originated hyihe
ITOR the first time in
j j the history of things
I to eat, the whole of
the Wheat appears
on the table as a delicacy.
KRUMBLES, the new Kellogg
food with the delicious flavor, brings
to you all the nourishment of the
wheat, with a full, rich flavor that
you've never known before in a
The discovery of Krumbles is an
achievement of the Kellogg Toasted
Corn Flake Co. It is the whole of
the wheat, cooked, "krumbled," and
delicately toasted by a special and
Krumbles has a fine sweetness of its
own and the more you chew it, the
sweeter it tastes.
In the WAXTITB package lOc
Look for this signature.
Iff cAlr 'MP-
I All Wheat I 1
Ready to Eat S j
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High School May Have Candi
date and Societies May
Enter More '
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QUEEN CONTEST TUESDAY
Margery Marvin .. 000
Verna C'ooder 500
Gertrude Cory 500
Ruth Tower , 450
Iiarbara Steiner 450
Edna Townsend 400
Nanclle Bloom 400
Mabel De Long 350
Mary Sehultz 300
Mils Mattie P. Beatty and James
Klvin members of Cherry Queen con
text committee .appeared before the
high school student body this morning
and urged the students to enter one- of
the members of the school for candi
date for Cherry Queen.
Miss Beatty pleaded for loyal sup
port. She stated that the Cherry fair
was something in which everyone who
had the best interests of Salem at
heart ought to be interested and that
the high school students could snow
their loalty to the hich school and to
the city in no better way th.in by rally
ing around a candidate for queen and
working for her election.
Mr. Elvin in a brief speech described
tho plan ' '' contest and declared
that if the high school entered a can
didate and worked whole heartedly for
her election it would make one of the
most interesting queen contests ever
held in Salem.
Tne suggestions were enthusiastical
ly received. The student council has
the matter in charge and will bring it
before the student body and in all
probability the " 'he hitr'n school
candidate will be announced some time
Wednesday. Before leaving the school
Miss Beatty and Mr. Elvin receive
positive assurance from an authorita
tive sourci that the high school will
enter a candidate.
Efforts are being made by the queen
contest committee to induce the Rom
ans' Relief Corps, Moose, Artisana and
Woodmen to enter 4andidates. The
contest f!n May 22nd and will end
CHARMING and artistie In every
detail was the luncheon for which
Mrs. W. 1'. Lord was hostess to
day. Spring flowers, lemon lilies" of
the pale yellow variety effectively
combined with white cerastiuin center
ed the luncheon tublu which had covers
or Mrs. Eugene Hreyman, Mrs. K. K.
Waters, Mis. John Carson, Mrs. It. 8.
Wallace, Mrs. laniel J. Fry, Mrs. A.
N. Gilbert, Mrs. Charles I'ark, Mrs.
Alice H. Dodd and Mrs. Chapman.
Miss Mabel Withyeombe accompan
ied by Mr. and Mrs. Juhu Withyeombe
(llda Jones) of Corvnllis motored to
Salem Saturday. They returned Sat
A small informal luncheon was given
by Mrs. William Henry Boot, who en
tertained several prominent matrons at
iier attractive residence Satuiday.
fra A lvlpin nml tint- lintisa iCriKiutn
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Courtney (Km-
JIIU11I1U nil'lll f HI mjWi.iiitui, .UL-Aitu,
went to I'ortlnnd Monday for a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Philliber
Mr. and Mrs. V. Al Jones entertain
ed Sunday with a dinner in honor of
their small son I'reighton Benton on
the occasion of bin fifth Viivtlnlnv nn.
mvcrsary. The table which was artis-
For the Girl Graduate
Dress Material, Footwear and all the little acces
sories may be easily, quickly, safely and econom
ically purchased at
The newest novelties in Women's
Collars sheerest organdies, hand
somely embroidered. Styles and
patterns are very unique
60C to 1.50
Have you seen the new Japanese
Leather Hand I'ursest A wel
comed departure from the large
and cumbersome Handbags. Ideal
gifts at $125 t 1.05
Silk and cotton in pretty Belf
stripe, effects. Unusually neat
and very desirable for this im
portant event; 38 inches wide.
75c a Yard
CREPE DE CHINES
The most exquisit and important
of thein- all. Our qualities arc
extra heavy and make up rich;
40 inches wide at
$1.65, $1.85, $2.00 Yard
1 : j
I 0sa i.
The "tuffcta'' of cottons, the
ideal sheer fabric for tho "hoop
ish" dress; 30 to 40 in. wide, at
yard 20c to 35c
These beautiful, sheer, silk fin
ished fabrics are used very free
ly for graduation dresses. They
eomo 40 to 45 inches wide, at.
25c to 46c a yard
An unequitlod assortment of ex
tra fine qualities; .10 to 41 inches
wide 25c to 65c yard
Seed Voiles, 3(5 to 3i) inches
at 25c to 50c yard
Whether white, black or colored
are always correct in style
never freakish. White l'unips and
Hoots at $1.33 to $5 pair
A very desirable, sheer fabric,
admired by most girls; :irt to 3tf
inches wide S5c to 60c yard
Silk and Cotton Marquisettes in
3ii in. width 50c yard
tically adorned with roses and forget
me-nots intermingled with lacey ferns
had covers for sixteen of the im
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lytle of Sterling
111., parents of lit. William Lytle who
hive recently come to Salem to make
their home have purchased an attractive
residence on tne f airgrounds road.
Mrs. John J. Roberts went to Port
lend this morning for n brief visit.
Honoring Miss Regina Long and
Miss Elva Smith, brides elect, Mrs. J.
v. nelson gave a cnarnnng iuncneon
Saturday. The table was centered with
yellow and white roses, with pretty
place cards marking covers for the
honor guests. Mrs. O. M. Elliott, Mrs.
E. C. Ranch, Mrs. Mary E. Long, Mrs.
W. D. Smith, the Misses Kutn and
May Rauch and Grace Smith.
Miss Ida Simmons returned Saturday
evening from Portland where she wan
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
wills for several days.
Tho state Y. E. O. Sisterlucd annual
convention which onens today in the
r irst Methodist Sunday school m Fort-
Ir.nd will be of interest to a hrge
numbi r of women in this citv. The
convention coutim.s until Thursday
with nn all day session on Wednesday
ami Thursday. Mrs. Helen Drake of
Beatrice, Neb., supreme president will
arrive in 1'orttand today and will ad
dress the convention tomorrow morn
The big meeting will be on Wed
nesday night when Chapter E, tee
hostess chapter, will give a reception
and musical programme for the mem
bers and their friends.
A number of Salem P. E. O. mem
bers will attend the convention, includ
ing Mrs. Charles Smith and Mrs. Vred
Selec, delecates: Mrs. H. (.'. Enlev and
Mrs. Gerald Volk, alternates; and Miss
Laura Grant, state treasurer.
Mrs. T.. T,. Fisher and smnTl son
A Sensible Cigarette
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
Arthur left today for a two mouth's
visit with relatives ami friends in
Aberdeen and Huron, South X)ukota.
Society is taking considerable inter
est in the play to be produced by tho
musical department of the Salem high
school May 31 at the high school audi
torium. "Hobin Hood is the play to
be given and rehearsals predict a most
Mr. fl.i'.-, Watson and
children. Margaret and Douglas, re
turned Monday from Portland, where
they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Arenz for several days.
Thursday Mrs. Watson and children
leave for an extended sojourn in New
The ladies pf the general aid soci
" vrthodist church wil' mi"
,-lmorrfw afternoon in the ehinc'i n-
lors. Following a business session they
will he entertained bv the members of
the Naon': '--'e. who have prepared
an interesting programme.
The Woman 's Missionary Society of
Leslie M. E. church will meet with Mrs.
J. C. Snencer, 348 M"-i Wednesday
afternoon May 24, at 2:30.
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THIS SKIN PEELER ALL
THE RAGE IN SOCIETY
There is i growing tendency among
women of culture and fashion to pav
more attention to. hygienic means of
preserving their charms. The advent
of mcrcolized wax doubtless has been
largely responsible for this. This re
markable substance produces complex
ions so natural in appearance, so mag-
nencany ociutuui, nrtiriciai complex
ions are no longer desired. Instead of
"doctoring" an offensive shin, the
skin is peeled off. The wax peels the
skin so gradually, in such fine par
ticles, no discomfort is experienced.
The fresher, younger skin beneath,
wholly in eevidonce within a week or
two, is lily white, satiny soft and
smooth. It's not a patched-over com
plexion, but a brand new one. That's
why mereohzed wax lias become such
a rage among society folk. The wax
in put on nights like cold cream and
washed off mornings. All druggists
have it; one ounce will do.
Anotner hygienic treatment now
much in favor is one to remove wrin
kles, made by disolsvin'r 1 oz. powder
ed saxolite in 1-2 pint witch hazel.
Ised as a wash lotion it "acts like
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Benjamin Brick is a Portland visit
or. Judge Lawrence T. Harris was in
C. W. Wortham of Phoenix, Arizo
na, was in the city yesterday.
Robert Strong of Monmouth was at
tending to business matters in Salem
William II. Evans, district attorney
of Multnomah county, was in the city
Mr. and Mrs. Dwigiit Misner and Mr.
Mrs. Frank Hughes motored to Port
land this morning.
In Portland yesterday were Wil
liam Walton, A. E. Lafl'ar, II. F. Mel
Inturff, Georgo I). Burdick and W. T.
Mrs. S. M. Wetzel, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. 1. A. Leach,
left, this raurnin for her home in
Lei"h C. Douglas of Kimball college
will speak in the' Salvntion Army h:ill
this evening. An invitation is ex
tended to nil to attend.
Thomas H. K'.y, state treasurer, de
livered a lecture this morning to the
class of state administration at the
university. Ho spoke on "Operation
ot Oreg-n's Treasury Department."
COURT HOUSE NEWS
Upon motion of the plaintiff stating
that the controversy had been settled
and the claims satisfied Judge Gallo
way today issue ! an order dismissing
the suit of Finley Edwin Peterson
against ('. T. Mclntire and Addie F.
Mclntire and others.
Judge Galloway has issued and order
in his department of the circuit court
in the case of Gertrude L. Kruse, Lin
nio M. Rcid, Henry A. Kruse and Ella
Watt against Emma L. Savage. This
was i controversy which arose over the
administration of the estate of Orin O.
Savage, deceaned. By the decree of
Judge Galloway Gertrude L. Kruse is
entitled to retain $150 for services
from funds now in her possession and
Emma L. Savage receives $100 from
the remainder of the fund of $250 and
neither party is to recover the costs
of the action.
"It Cost Less at Shipley's
Baby Clothes Week at
the Stork's Headquarters
"AN INTERESTING ASSORTMENT"
Baby Slips, Dresses, Skirts, Panties, Bonnets, Pinning
Blankets, Flannel Skirts, Embroidered Flannel Saques,
Kimonos, Bibs, Gowns.
Some of the above garments are slightly mussed from
window display all are made of excellent materials
trimmed with neat laces and embroideries and are
well made. Prices are from 33 1-3 to 50 per cent Less.
Assorted into four choice lots priced 24c, 49c, 98c,
25c to35cWash Goods.at 19c
Just in time for Summer dress making comes this
splendid bargain in washable dress goods. Choice of
white and colored Voile, Beach Cloth, Crepe, Dimi
ties, Figured Batiste and Novelty white materials, all
choice patterns, 25c and 35c Special 19c
$1.29 Women's Waists
Children's Wash Dresses
Ginghams in medium and
dark shades Percales
in stripes and plain shades
ages 10, 12, 14, good ma
terials and good work
manship. Regular 95c,
$1.48,1.75, Special 79c
Another lot just received
of those wonderful values
Jap Silk, fine lawns, Ba
tiste and Novelty stripe
materials. Sizes 3b to 41.
Leather Belts 49c
Excellent assortment of the New Leather Belts for
Sport Suits and Sport Skirts, black, navy, brown, white,
Entire Line Coats
Entire Line Suits
Entire Line Waists
Entire Line Dress Skirts
Entire Line Silk Dresses -Entire
Line Lingerie Dresses
At Greatly Reduced Prices
U. G. Shipley Co.
145 N. Liberty Street Salem, Oregon
Warners and Modart Corsets
Agents Pictorial Review Patterns
of the estate.
An order was issued in probate court
today in the matter of the adoption of i
Irene Bryan, the five year old daughter I
of George Bryan, deceased, and Anna j
Marie Bryan, who is in feeble health ,
and unable to care for the child ac-
cordintr to the netition. She was
adopted by P. h. Blacherby and Stella
E. Blackerby .of Silverton, and her
name ordered changed to Irene Blach
erby. A marri.ie license was issued today
by the county t.lerk to Ferdinand 'Mic-li-enham,
a retired farmer 'of this citv,
aged 60 years, and Georgia A. Wil
liams, aged 2$, of this city. Both had
been married once before.
You should build a bulwark around
your health by keeping the stomach
strong, and liver active. Kelp Nature
J ilStomach Bitters
from SALEM to
Principal Eastern Cities
On sale daily: June 1st to Sept, 30th, 1916
Return limit: 90 days from date of salt not to
exceed Oct. 31, 1916
"To start right is to end right"
THE SHASTA ROUTE
is the right way to start
Mrs. E. K Wells, wife of K. E. Wells,
of Jeff erson, Kouto 1, was committed
to the Oregon state hospitil for the
insane today after an examination by
the county court.
A netition for an amended writ of
mandamus was filed in the circuit
"onrt o- his county today by Pov IV
ngiinst Max Gehlhnr as county cleric,
D. O. Prager, as eountv treasurer, W.
M. Bushey, W. II. Ooiilot and J. T.
Heekwith us the county court to compel
them to par the sum of JS47.TO which
the plaintiff claims is wrongfully with
held as his share of an estate of
Amanda Wheeler, deceased. He claims
th,'t h has made dem md for this
amount and that it has not been paid
-did that it. is now in the hands of the
county treasurer. The couny treasur
er statea t h it the amount was paid
soir after the estite was settled up and
1'ugh could be located and that he has
u receipt signed by Tugh for his saare
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