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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, NOV. 13, 1916.
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For The Teeth
Powde r Crea m
Snd 2c stamp today for a generous sample of eitbri
Dr. Lyon's Perfect Tooth Pcwder or Dental Cream
I. W. Lyon & Son.. Inc., 561 W. 27th St.. N. Y. CM;
By ALINE THOMPSON
MRS. "W. (f; AIXKN entertained
this- l'tcrnooii with a charming
Kensington for Mrs. A. T. Hill,
in attractive mntron of Grande, Or.
A number of matrons wcro asked to
meet the visitor, who in pausing a few
weeks with her sister, Mrs. V. A. El
liott. e e
Another affair scheduled on today's
calendar is a "fl()0" party for which
Mr. and Mrs. Milton h. Meyers will be
hosts tonight. TJfi'ir guests will include
the members oif the iNcmo card club.
Mrs. W. Melvin f'limnton anil small
daughter, Janet, have returned from a
short visit in I'urtland as the guests of
Mrs. Harry Tcrrv.
Mrs. George M. I'nst asked a few
friends at her home for au informal af
ternoon over the bridge tables on
e e e
Mrs. Oeorgo E. Waters was n week
nd visitor in Portland.
. . .
Mrs, Lucy W. Htoughton is passing
sievarl days in Portland and is at the
Hotel Portland. ,
Sirs. K. R. Kstos entertained the mem
1er of the Three Link Needle club at
ner home on State street Friday. Tho
afternoon was enjuyubly spent with
needle work and chatter. Later refresh
uientH were served and the hostess was
assisted liy Mrs. Howd, Mrs. llerren
and Miss Htnne. During the afternoon
Mrs. Klsie Winernl sang a solo.
The officers, of the club this season
-are Mrs. King,' president; Mrs., Viccko,
vice president; Mrs. Kngstrom, secre
tary, and Mrs. Swanson, treasurer.
The guests were Mesdames Willis Me
Kiroy, Mary Hatrliff, W. 'Cuiiiiiiiiigs,
?lsa Simernl, Hoy. ( lark, llerren, How
ard, Viesko. Nichols, Traglio, Howd,
Htone, Hwtinson, Dotson, Miller, Wright,
and Miss Jennie Krulzcnga.
Mrs. Mary Miles has left for an ex
tended sojourn in the nst. During her
absence Mrs. Miles will visit in Iowa
and Nebraska. She was accouianicd as
isr as J'orttaml by her daughter Mrs.
Mrs. Frank Jenkins (Itny Woodruff;
ami small daughter, Mary Jane, of Ku
geno arc passing u few' weeks at the
country home of Mrs. Jenkins' parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodruff.
Thomas T. Bennett, prominent attor
ney and banker of Marshfield, visited
in Halcm Saturday and Sundav.
About a dozen members of the "Gold
en Hour Club" gathered nt tho home
of Mrs. Mason Hishop on South Jom
nicroial street, for nil informal after
noon of sewing on Thursday.
Mrs. Hishop was nssistcd in servinu
a dainty repast by Miss Hazel Hishop.
The new members taken in the club
this season are Mrs. George Klgin and
Mrs. Homer Ingrcy.
"Oregon" has been chosen by the
study committee as the subject to be
studied by the club this season. ,
It was an uncommon pleasure to at
tend Miss Klmu Weller's premier eon
cert of the season, at her residence
studio, Friday night, wlwn her mT-1
vimced students were heard in recital.;
Tho programme was rendered; not!
only with technical skill, but with in-j
ilividuality and excellent interpretation
which reflects much credit on- Miss!
Weller's methods of primary training. I
Miss Wcller was assisted bv Miss I
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
Salem Launches Idea
of Community Church
Salem hag launched the idea of the
community church. A large undenomi
national meeting' was led ' at Leslie
church, rWth Salem, Sunday night by
A. C, Bohrnstedt, assisted by the pas
tor, Horace N. Aldrich, and district su
perintendent T. B. Ford, and a second
meeting will be held Tuesday evening
at six thirty to form a men's brother
hood. The purpose -of this movement iR to
break up the tendency to isolation and
Mary Schultz, violin virtuoso.
The programme was as follows:
Beethoven.... Septett, Miuuetto, Seherzt
Leona Weidiner, Jsoln Smith, Clare
Harr, Muriel Hteeves
MuciJowell Witches Dance
C. Holm. Legeudc ; develop a higher social atmosphere in
i,, ,.i,ii., the community. Mr. Bohrnstedt . is a
Chopin-Liszt '. Maidens Wish ! practieal buisness man and travels over
Clare Harr great ueai or territory ana nears com
r,.i, ' i.,..i.i.. c vm.,, ments of people, to the effect that Sa
MaeI)owc7fI";;"::;"" improvisation lpm u no l'ordial community, to
.a iji I strangers. He answered some of the
.Madiowell Jo a
(jhopin I'olnnaise A Major
Haeh Oiguc from French Suite
Chopin Mazu Ha b Minor
Webb Caprice Militaire
Leona Weulmer, Isola Smith, Clare
Harr, Muriel Steevcs
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miller motored
to Portland Saturday, returning Sun
day night. They were nccompnnied by
Mrs. Miller's sister, Miss Ella Schoen,
and .Miss Blanche Tewksbury and Mrs.
John (livens. While in Portland the
party visited relatives.
I ''Moloti. ia'a innaaninii vttn..A,ti l!vo"
"I just couldn t live tn Salem."
,"I wauted friends and It would take
years before one ' could have close
These are sentiments he found ex
pressed by people who had tried to
make homes in Salem and left disconr
ageu. He made an earnest plea to
change this cold community atmosphere
and create one of cordial interest and
helpfulness, in the stranger. His re
marks were frequently interspersed
with applause, showing the large audi
ence got his message and were ready to
South Salem is to lead in the work
of extending the service of the commu
nity church to all the people. The
stranger and those who are without so
cial points of contact and are lonesome
nnd discouraged are to be made the
subject of special interest. The presi
dent of the Salem Commercial club and
prominent business men were present
and endorsed the movement, viatcn tne
community church service grow in
(Continued from page one.)
Tie Demands ol Yonr Blood
I II J V-
When the blood (the power fluid of your
oouyj ii propeny nourished, your body in
variably radiates signs of glowing1 health
But it ( o eaiy to neglect its importance,
and Mood dUeaic't of malignant, form,
like Rheumatiim, Catarrh, Malaria, Scrof
ulous poiions end skin diacuaei take hold
before wo ore aware the result of negli
Keep your blood (power fluid) running
pure by the nourishing qualities of S. 1. 1. and banish
theie undesirable tenants from your body.
UM tnt lisnulnt 1.8.8. from your Druggist.
Latest Hughes 229.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 13. Official
figures from 3:t out of 80 counties and
soldier votes from 21 out of SO Counties
give Wilson 17!I,U04; Hughes 179,2.!3.
There are no soldier votes in la of the
remaining counties. The soldier vote in
cluded in ubuve grand total is Wilson,
04!l; Hughes, til 4. Fourteen precincts are
With North Dukota definitely m the
Wilson column, interest today turned to
the formation ot the state legislature,
which will be completely under the
lominatiiui of the Farmers Xou-Partisan
League. Candidates elected with the en
dorsement of the farmers organizations
have complete control of the legislature.
The league organized lust fall ns an out
growth of the equity co-operative ex
change, had for its solo object -state-owned
elevators and marketing of grain
direct from the farmer to tho miller,
eliminating entirely board of trade spec
ulation in all foodstuffs.
In South Dakota woman suffrage and
the Richards direct primary law seem
definitely defeated. The former is 4,455
behind and the latter law, thrown out
by the I'nited States supreme court
twice, U 1,078 votes behind.
f Will Concede Nothing.
By Carl D. Groat.
(I'nited Press staff correspondent.)
New York, Nov. l.'t. Republican Na
tional Chairman Willeox and Charles
Kviiiis Hughes are still waiting today
for official ret urns before taking any
further action in cftniieMinn with Inst
Tuesday's election or sending President I,
Willeox. "We aro not only waiting for
Cnlrtorma returns, but Minnesota, New
Hampshire and New Mexico. I believe
the country wants to be sure who is
really president before any formal an
nouncement is made."
Willeox said that should any fraud
charges develop he believed the indi
vidual states could take care of them,
but if a congressional review should
prove necessary, the chairman said he
favored such action.
Willeox refused to discuss the ques
tion of whether he will continue as na
tional chairman. Ho said the republican
headquarters here would remain open
until the election is entirely cleared
Hughes went for a short walk during
the morning and then returned to his
hotel and went to work on a big stack
of correspondence that accumulated dur
ing lti9t week. Some of this includes
telegrams and letters of congratulation
sent to the candidate when his election
appeared likely Tuesday night.
Before Supreme Court
Washington, Nov.,13. Claiming "unr
tenable" the conteV yns of Maury I.
Diggs and F. Drew ( amiuetti, convicted
in California in the first big Mann
whito slave act cases, that the law does
not apply to non-commercial interstate
transportation of women, depnrtineii of
justice attorneys today filed in the -supreme
court the government's brief in
the case. With the Biggs-Cnminetti
L'ciion or penning rresiiient i i u,it.,.i .i.. i t t.j
Wilson a congratulatory message, which ,.i,.,i :.'ni,i,n., ...
.......1.1 .. I.:.. .1... ii-i.:.. vwuiia mm a aim-
"I do not think thero is anything
I unpatriotic in waiting until we have
final returns officially before acknow
I leilging Mr. Wilson's re-electinn, " said
line nt'fpneo :
Tho case may conir? up late this week,
(he court today announcing it for argu
ment on that current, calendar. Sev
eral cases precede it, however.
Expert Says Air Indications
Point To It Being a
By H. C. Hamilton
(United Press staff correspondent)
New York, Nov. 1:1. The east's big
football teams, with the single excep
tion of Yale, stand today right at the
pinnacle of their efforts. Even Prince
ion, beaten by Harvard, has some sol
ace in the knowledge that one of the
best Tiger tennis in years came very
near overturning a Harvard eleven that
compares fairly well with some recent
wonderful crimson machines.
Brown, Navy, Pittsburgh, Pennsylva
nia, Cornell and Harvard can view the
happenings of last Saturday with ela
tion, llarvaj-d is deserving of lots of
commendation and is getting. As the
time approaches tor the big encounter
between Harvard and Yale it becomes
more and more apparent that Percy
II, night on has forced the critics to a
pain admit that it looks like a Crimson
In spite ol Princeton's defeat, the
Tigers should go into next Saturday's
battle with Yale a big favorite. Hrowus
victory at Nrew Haven wasn't exactly
a surprise, but it was an awful come
down for the Bine. Yale will need a lot
of the Jones brand of assistance be
fore it can hope to be victorious over
Ritchie Got a- Draw
Kl Paso, Texas, Nov. 13. Willie
Ritchie is nursing a grouch today after
a ten round draw with Johnny Mc
Carthy of San Francisco. The former
lightweight champion boxed at the
Juarez bull ring.
(Continued on page two.)
pursuit of retreating Bulgarian forces
which were driven out of Polog, in the
Cerna front fighting, Serbian troops
have captured Iven, north of Folog,
The fighting in this sector has been
continuous night and (lav. The official
stutement, which told of Iven's capture, j
said Bulgarians time after time attack-
mrt nit A neno.u! nn n 11 v nni norl n tnm nnrnt'V !
advantage which they failed, however,
Fighting was particularly fierce along
the Monastir-Flo'rina railway.
Women's, Misses and Children's Ready-to-Wear
This is our usual Semi-Annual Clean-up on Ready-to-wear
Outer Garments. Coats, Suits and Wool
Dresses at Greatly Reduced Prices.
Women's and Misses Suits
Broadcloths, Serges, Poplins, Velours; well tailored
and lined with serviceable linings. Two assortments.
$19.75 to $24.50
Women's, Misses' and Children's Coats
Plushes, Velours, Crush Velours and Novelty
Mixtures. Special at
$7.48, $9.75, $12.50, $15 to $24.50 I
These prices will interest you.
Women's and Misses Dresses
Serges, Taffeta Silk, Charmeuse Silk and Wool
Combinations all the leading fall and winter styles
$9.75, $12.50, $15.00 to $34.50
An excellent assortment to choose from
We protected you on the advanced price "of Linen by
buying a large quantity of the famous Richardson's
Linens before the heavy advance in price took effect.
We have an excellent assortment of CLOTHS,
CLOTHS and NAPKINS, FINE CRASHES. Fine
Huck Towels, Handkerchief Linens and Art Linens
for your approval. We can interest you in linens.
North Liberty Street Salem, Oregon
U. G. SHIPLEY COM'Y.
North Liberty St. Salem, Oregon
British Make Gains.
London, Nov. 13. General Haig's
forces struck another terrific blow at
the German lines about the Ancre today
After thunderous artillery preparation
the infantry took German positions to
the depth of a mile, according to press
dispatches received from the front this:
afternoon. . , .. .
The British troops, dashing inesistib-!
ly forward, captured the villages of
Beaumont and Hnniel, just north of a
deep bend in the Ancre and about seven
miles due west of Bupnume, the objec
tive of the great English offensive.
kvv; l items -x
ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR COMPLEXION?
Take can ofuout camalation
andyoui complexion Bill lake care eyju.
CHOOSE PURE AIDS. CHOOSE CREME ELCAYA THE PURE
DAINTY, TOILET CREAM THAT HAS STOOD THE TEST FOR YEARS'
"Makes the akin like velvet"
BENO 10c POM LASOC SAMPLE
JAMES C. CRANE, 104 FULTON STREET, NEW YOHK
You Gtt GOOn Vslue at ANYi;rk.sUl UUe er Coto 25c to .H r r.lt
I13-1KI EAST 24th ST.
Takes Suicide Route
Bomrmra rinnish const. i lir l ft , ,r Pi m
petrograd, Nov. i3.-Gcrman naval i Workmen s Compensation rormer oalem Man
l.Mcg UUMIUUIlltlll lilt J. HI II I nil I'llllMI
Friday under cover of a fog, if was
officially announced today. The state-1
mcnt said a number of vessebi had been Washington. -Sow i:i. He-argument ' Seattle, Wash., Nov, 11.
Bulm - ..p D i,:.. - i i , t.-.. , ....
i ,i.i,a iii.ui.tii lilt: t ui i.int tl H CHIll- .il'!Mi.-i tl li, Of -, milllCli m mucin,
tates New Ore., went to his ruimi in the Washing-
Cases To Be Re-Argued
Thn vpotiols ottnlr tvem nm-t aP rim .
bombardinc shiDS. the renort stated. ipensalion laws of five
the bombarding vessels were 30 knot xorK, unio, Washington, Iowa nnd -New ton Annex Saturday and after writing
torpedo boats, the war office stated. j Jersey was ordered today by the su-' his will in which he of i'ered to exchange
property in American Fulls, Idaho, for
Splendid Values In Linens
Manufacturers tell us, that because of scarcity of raw materials, the
nign pitc ui mien is vuuna 10 continue.
Genuine imported Lin
en is not a scarce article
ment. One line was com
ment. Out line was com
plete before the recent
heavy advance in price.
Therefore .our .prices
are substantially the
In many patterns, from
64 to 72 inches in width,
and in 17 different val
ues, beginning at 50c
per yard and running
to $;U5 per yard. Each
of these 17 values rep
resents an excellent
Our complete stock of
Embroidery and Art
Linens will interest all
lovers of needlework. It
includes both the
bleached and natural
colore. Bleached at 55c
to $2.25 per yard. Nat
ural at 25c to $1.25.
For those who prefer
less expensive values we
suggest the inspection
of our Unbleached Lin
ens, which are of heavy
material and easily
priced at 50c, 75c, $1.00
and $1.25 yard.
Thanks His Constituents
i preme court.
Ojuestions in the New York, Xovvu and :" 1"lriil1 lot in s,,attle, shot himself
Washington case.i involve directly the
NEW TODAY ADS WILT, BE
read in the Journal in nil live
,11 Marion county homes Try 'em.
Our Blanket Department is overflowing with
the market's best balues in Wool Blankets.
White, Tan, Grey and Plaid Blankets bought
long before the recent advance in price. We
offer them at rery low prices as compared
with present market quotations. .
Have the advanlage of being unnoticeable
the eye sees only the graceful lines they
make. They adjust perfectly and mould lines
of true youth. Inspect them in our r-"set
thiouiih tluvhi'ml. Tlu lodv wan found
constitutionality of tho l:nvs. Tn thn ' l
i - , i .w u in hi m nt is muii v nr 1 1 i nil
I V. T.. I t .i- . ..4 i: . - - 1 '
il.. a j i i-i. -i '.. t'liwi mm vmmu IIOVS, I III? C1UOS- . U I MUC Vll lilt! PrniiMMV IIOIU Alll-
reeved bv .h. M.To ! n" f i"'"p,ein whether ' crican Falls real estate' n, with an
al committee it appears that Kepresent- "fl "'"'t, " ,n,e',e "'""- are : eve to fiilt.lliiin the man 's last request.
ative Willis V. llawlev has been re- "t "'f T!"f. ncst.on arise, alonK ' .
elected to confess from the First con- i. at constitutionality question in
gressional district bv a plurality of.thp Jow Y"lk ,
'more than 'JO.OOO votes. . ... , 7" .mw uhiai ads ttll.l.BK
Tlii i hv fur the i,,rir..r iiiniitv A "t,lt" ,vul" ad in the Journal will "ad in the Journal in nil live
ever given any candidate for eonres.4 j covcr a L" lot ot '"itory tor you
in Oregon. Representative Hauler's' BaMMMaMaa
vote this year will not only bo a plu
jrality but is also represents a clear ina
jjority of more than 1.1,000 votes over
the combined vote of all his compcti
.tors. As an expression- to the public of his
appreciation, Mr. Hawley Saturday is
sued tne roMowing statement:
I am profoundly grateful to the vot
er of tho First congressional district
of Oregon who in the recent election
have returned me to congress with so
generous a majority. I wish it were
possible for me to meet my thousands of
friends, to whose steadfast assistance I
owe 80 much, and express to them in
person my sense of gratitude and obli-
at ion, prior to my return to Washing
ton, but as this will not be possible, 1
wish to convey to them through the
press diV sincere appreciation and
thanks. Xo man ever had better or
wiser friends. than I and to them 1 at
tribute the very heavy majority re
ceived. I shall return to my pos; oi"
duty coux'ions of their confidence and
with the earnest desire to serve the
best interests o the district, tho state
Alaska Is Democratic j
and For Prohibition,
Seattle, Wash., Xov. 1.1 .Tames Wick-j
t-rsham, independent republican," dele-1
gate to congress from Alaska for many
years, appears to have leen defeated I
for re-election by Charles Sulrer, demo- j
crnt, a brother of former Oovernor'Wil-1
liam rulzer of New York. With all the!
towns heard from, the democratic terri-j
torial committer claims the election of
duller by more than 400 plurality.
Both the liquor men and the prohibi
tionists of Alaska were amazed by the
large vote in favor of the prohibition
law, which was ratified Tuesday. It is
said every Alaska town gave a majority
for the bill. ,
Tt--J.v. !..:...:!. !
and calling cards printed nt the Journal!
Job Department Prices right.
"An Economical, Delightful, Light Place to Track
Garments that give splendid and long wear, perfect
fit, no gaping or binding, and represents the greatest
possible value in good standard, dependable undsrwear.
Low and High Neck, Long, Short and
Sleeveless stvle, winter 1
Jersey Ribbed 98c
Vest and Pants 25c
Suit.......... $1.50 to $2.50
White Fine Ribbed Union Suits, in
high neck, long sleeves; low neck,
short sleeves, 75c valus.
- KAFOURY BROS.
418 STATE 8TRBET
THE STOBB FOK THE PEOPLE
HAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
WE PAY POSTAGE ON MAIL O ED EES