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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1916)
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ' OREGON, TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1916.
Women who have tried everything for
shortening and frying adopt Cottolene finally
because they get better results with it than
with anything else they can use.
Cottolene ia a pure food product, possessing whole
tomi qualities that ara important.
It requires no preparation; mixes easily with flour
is not absorbed by fish, meats or vegetables fried in it.
Your grocer supplies it in large or small pails.
Give bim your order io4n.
good cooking bttttr"
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
SO CIE T Y
By ALINE THOMPSON
VKRMIAIMiWI N(I nil other rvi Mr. nn.l Mrs. rlaihli' 1'. Slmlc motor
ontii wliOcluleil ill tbn caliMiilnr oil to Salem from .Silvcrton .Mniulnv
I'm- toitny i llin concert to lie icturninir tlinl ini'iil
rivoii tou'ltt ill llic (iri'KOti llit'iitrc
(illcliriiir, Sr., residenco, on (.'oniinor-1
ciul' street, the Willamette ruiversitv !
4'ri'nhiiwiii 'isii cittcrtiiincil with itU
premier party of the kcukuii. ) gg
The ilccorutions ami iiioHilmciitsi
were effectively cnrricil out in thelgj
i'Iiihh colors, rt't'ii ihhL wliilc, with fol-1 mm
iuir" "ml full I'lonem; mid tin' voting' U
folk a were cliiiicniiieil liy I'mfesKor; rj
ti 1 1 Aim. (Iiyjiuc Mliscn. jj
A feature of tln uffnir win tin- ilc-iH
lii'liil'iil programme v li it'll iucliulcil n ti
vorlil solo liy MisK Hoswclle Walt.'; Q
rcinlini;, M ims I, mill' Mcl'iillv; pinnojr
nolo, TIkiiihir Conti'H. Lntef tlfo iiiiitv rS "
wiih rounded out with rcf ii'sliiiiciitn. iH '
Tin1 pcrsonncll nf.tjiti r-iiiu'imttcp ar Or
raugiiiK fur tin- festivity wiih, MinSifJ.
Ciiiohn Dirk, M'ism lleulr ice 'WbIIoii. j g '
Miss Aileiic Dunlmr; M ii,, l.ucile Alt' -j. Si'
Cully, MisH Margaret' Walile, HdwasdM i
Uauch, l'uiil Doner mid llnrold '.iii'LIl
mo nn H 11. .........
.frn. W. K. Aiiilemon
i I'ortlmid vesterdnv.
was a visitor
by Miss Mary Nchultx, violin virtuoso.
Tim eoiieert planned liy n jjroup
prominent club women as an apprecia
tion to Miss Kehultx before her tlopar
ture for 1'liieano, umloiililedly will at
tract semes of nr.isic lovers and Rilinir
era of Siilem's pnpulnr yotinjr artist.
Ais1ni(r Miss Sdiult. with lier pro
Mr. and Mrs. S. West of Krie City,
Pennsylvania, who have been visiting
Bl the .I. I,. Stockton resident'
.Monday lor I.on Angeles, California.,
where they will pass the winter mouths,
As mi atlention to liev. Oval), pas
Kramuif will be .Stuart Mctluire, bail- lor of the .Swedish Methodist Kpiseupal
tnae, and Mins Vera Kitchner, organ
iM. of I'o itln nil, and Mrs. Alfred
kliss Kllcu Thielsen lias
from Kiigcne, where slio passed
week end as the guest of Mrs,
Miss Lillian Sinter of Portland is
1st house guent nf Mrs. .!. N. Haas for
cimrcri and .Mrs. Uvnl n reception was
given at the rectory on Saturday nieht.
The affair which was planned by the
r.,.,.i ""'nibeis of the church was a complete
" ............. ... VI I r .... ii i
piiiiinr i .nr. nun mrs. irvnil, wan
have but leeontly conic to Salem from
The rectory was attractively decorat
ed with fall flowers and foliage and
addresses of welcome were given bv
Kev. Dnvid llassel. of the Willamette
A..I.. C .......I liUU tilnl... H ll, i, - 111 '
hnt msnth- moved to Pnrtlnii.1 from I 1 .'vit.v ; tins Aiidcrson.-siiperiutcnd
i nn hi tnr million, ni uuui; .irs. r.uui
latent with her family, lias many
JVirnds herK and already several af
fairs have been planned to honor the
visitor. Today Mrs. Hobert dill enter
taineil in her honor with a small ten.
It was very informal, only a few of
Mis Slater's old friends being asked.
lr. aiiil Mrs. Harry K. Clay have as
their house guest Dr. Charles l.ocding
beth Anderson, president of I ho Ladies
Aid society; -Mrs. Matty Johnson, Mrs.
K. M. Vaudervert and others.
At the close of the speeches liev.
OmiII made u fitting response.
During the evening the pastor was
the recipient of a generous contribu
tion, ljAtcr refreshments were served.
tains the phos
salts and the
doctors say all
:, 10c gjv&w:
Look foe llllfflflnil-rO 1
" tnia signature fMiHlliii' j t.
h .. . J Aawt,..t ill C
An inforiiinl supper party was given
recently by Mr. and Mrs. Curtis 11.
Cross, who entertained a corterie of the
younger contingent ami married set.
J lie altmr was planned as a littl
courtesy to Miss liertrude tlray
Miss Margnret tiiny of Seattle,
Hopes Women Will
Adopt This Habit
As Well As Men
Glass of hot water each morn
ing helps us look and feel
clean, tweet, fresh.
Happy, bright, alert vigorous and
vivacious a good clear skin; a nat
ural, rosy complexion, ami freedom
from illness are assured only by
clean, healthy blood. If onlv evervl
woman and likewise every man could
realize the wonders ot the morning
inside bath, what a grutifving change
would take place.
Instead of the thousands of sicklv,
and ! annemie lookiiig men, women and girls
u, I wnii pas'y or miuiity complexions; in-1
are visiting here lor a few weeks ami stead of the multitude of "nerve Q
Carol ilynl, of Spokane, who has been I wrecks, " "rundowns," "brain t'ags"M
guest of Ins brother Dr. Prince j ami pessimists we saou.d see a virile, ma
optimistic throng of rosy cheeked "'" jg
pie everywhere. I H
An inside bath is had by drinking, j tt
each morning before breakfast, a ! M
glass of real hot water with a tca-'M
spoonful of limestoue phosphate in itij?
to wash from the siomncli. liver, kid U,.
uevs and ten varils of bowels the pre- D'
Miss ltubv Hnker was hostess Moil- vions dav's indigeslible waste, sour: H
ilay uiylit, when she entertained about fermentations and poisons, thus sweet- m
cuing cieaiisuig unit iresnening tne en
tire alimenuiry canal before putting j H
more food into the stnmnch. Q
1 uose subject to sick headache, bil M
iousness. lias y breath, rheumatism, ' K
colds; and particularly those who hnveijjl
a pallid, xallow complexion and whojM
are constipated very often, are urged ill
the guest of his
Ityrd. About l.'i guests were asked to
this delightful affair.
Mis. James a Wilson 'entertained in
formally this afternoon iirhonor of her
house guest, Mrs. Arnold of Portland.
Several prominent unit ton werv gucs:s.
I'll members of the l.r Area clul
home on the Pair grounds road.
A brief business session was held and
Miss Mamie Victor, a new member was
initiated, ljitcr the evening was de
voted to sewing and chatter.
Dainty refreshments weie served by
the hoMcs.- assisted by several of the
Saturday night at the William Me-
Women's, Misses' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
This is our usual Scmi-Annual Clean-up on Ready-to-wear
Outer Garments. Coats, Suits and Wool
Dresses at Greatly Reduced Trices.
Women's and Misses Suits
Uroadclotlis, Sorges, 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
These prices will interest you.
Women's and Misses Dresses
Serges, Taffeta Silk, Channeuse 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.
N orth Liberty Street Salem, Oregon
U. G. HIPLEY COM'Y.
North Liberty St. Salem, Oregon
to obtain a ouartcr pound 01 limeston
I phosphate at the drug store which w ill
coat but a trifle but is sufficient to
demonstrate the quick and remarkable
chauge in both health and appearance
awai'ing those who practice internal
isanitatiou. We must remember that in
'si.lo cleanliness is more important than
Aiutside, because the skin docs not ab
sorb impurities to contaminate the
Idood, while the tTros in the thirty
feet of bowels do.
Has Rings to Sell
Amerspoort, October loth. 1S1(,
To Sir of Kditor of the Capital Jour-
tun. .-niciii. :
lVar Sir At first, will be so kindU
as to allow of introducing myself. fj
I am n IVlgian soldier interned at , IJ
Amersport since October 1914, hn m
wants some distraction on account of;
the longness of my captivity. I there-
tort began to make nags tor war,
souvenirs, buving in that wav to earn!
some money for mv return to Helginm.
I will send one of the rings to the-
readers of vour Journal who wants to
get them, if thev will lie so-knid as!
to forward something in monev, lift v
rents for prcpartiou. I should be very'
..lii.l 1 v.. ti .i..P .;r -;ii 1... i:..!i !
as to impress in your honoured Jour
nal an advertisement for it. as mvx'lfjM
have not correspondents.. Ii ay do not (
retnse me this Kindness for wich i;
am much elmce,! to vou.
I have, sir. the honour to be vour l
very humble obedient servant,
i Cvnlle Van I.ulle,
I IVlgiau in'erned soldier, camp of
Stefanssen WiQ Remain i n
In Arctics Until 19181 g
j IVanciseo, Nov. 14. Yilhjalmuv
Stefanssen does not intend to leave the
Arctic region until lsHS, and then ki
plans to leave via Greenland and Hud
son bay. This is the w brought to
day from the Stefaassen I vise ramp at
iltai.ksland by Captaia redejwn, just
returned with the power sehoouer Her
man from a trading trip for local fur
riers. lVderson left supplies at the ex
I Stef aasMoa s plans now rail for a
year uiore in the aorta than he had
otigtaally ptauued. IV,ieron says Stef
anssoa's nea are eonfideat the copper
lands their chief discovered are th
richest ever known.
MAX. FACE COVST MABTIAX
Washiugten, Nov. 14 The court
j martial of Captaia Kdward Hrech.
commander of the cruiser Memphis,
'sank ma storm off Santo Doming aar
!tw Several weeks ago. has beea ree
ommeaded by a naval board of inniry.
Secretary Iaaiels aaaixiaoca tixisy.
nrrs. ir. C. Gardner of Seattle is vis
iting at the home of her mother, Mrs. 'H
.V Solonuin, at ".id South Coltage g
Mrs. (iarduer will visit in Sulcin for 2 .
several weeks. haviiiL' come to attend M
tin inarrnuo of her vou"est sister,.
left Miss Frances Solomnn, to Charles Mor
gan of lor! land which will take place ;
next month. j
Following her marriage Miss Solo-,
man will make her home in Canada, !
where her nance lias extensive wheat
IMPERIAL FURNITURE COMPANY
17.50 Mission Lamp $3.48
$8.50 Japanese Basket Lamp 14.68
87.50 Brass Lamp $3.48
$12.00 Antique Brass Lamp $7.86
$18.00 Brass Lamp $11.72
Prices high as $2.75 89c
Prices as high as $1.25 49c
Prices as high as 50c .- 24c
$25.00 Steel Couch, Velour .- $12.98
$37.50 Automatic Morris Chair $18.00
$12.00 Music Cabinet $ 6.98
$14.00 Music Cabinet $10.98
$25.00 Mahogany Cabinet $17.68
COMBINATION BOOK CASES
$25.00 Combination Book Case $18.64
$22.50 Combination Book Case S16.74
' BOOK CASES
$25.00 Quarter Sawed Oak 819.82
$17.50 Quartered Oak- $13.76
$16.50 Quartered Oak $11.88
$35.00 Quartered Oak, slightly used $15.98
$3.00 Royal Oak .. . $1.99
$5.50 Solid Oak' 1 $098
$6.50 Boston Rocker $4.29
$8.50 Qnarter Sawed $5.99
$9.50 Quarter Sawed .. $6.99
$12.50 Quarter Sawed, Spanish leather cushion $8.91
$15.50 Quarter Sawed, leather seat and back .... $11.99
$17.50 Leather Seat $10.99
DINING ROOM TABLES
$12.50 Solid Oak $ 9.86
$10.50 Royal Oak Finish $ 7.42
$30.00 Solid Oak $18.66
$27.50 Qnarter Sawed $ 7.68
$25.00 Full Quarter Sawed $16.86
$.5.00 Quarter Sawed, plank top, 54 in $39.71 ,
$6.00 Golden Fir $4.98
135.00 Golden Oak Twin Beds .' 3. $26.71
$12.50 8x10 Rag Rug $ 6.98
12.50 Breakfast Tables $ 1.98,
There are ;
JAPANESE TOKANABE VASES
$2.00 value .
$4. 50 value
WELLERS IVORY JARDINIERES
$2.50 value - l-89
$1.75 value Sl-38
$1.50 value $109
75c value 49c
BRASS HANGING BASKETS
$1.50 value 98c
75c value , -19c
50c value - 29c
81.50 valtio 99c
$1.25 value 89c
$ti.00 Solid Oak Sewing Basket $2.25
SJT.TiO Hugo Sweeper $4.98
$6.00 Mahogany Bedroom Chair $2.60
$7.50 Circassian Walnut Bedroom Rocker 43.91)
$19.00 Tea Wagon, old ivory S11.99
$9.50 Solid Mahogany Pedestal $5.99
$70.00 Overstuffed Genuino Leather Chair $4S.O0
Jti.'i.Oi) Havcnport, genuine leather $30.00
Everything in Stock Must Be Sold at Once
$1.50 Inlaid Linoleum : $123
$125 Inlaid Linoleum $1.09
$1.10 Inlaid Lmoreum 99c
SDc Printed Licoleum -. 60c
90c Printed linoleum 74c
Regular $2;.50 solid quar
tered oak Chiffonier
Regular $11 Hardwood
$16.50 Maple Chiffonier
9 Hardwood ChiiTonier
$3.50 Folding Card
Table wiS be given
. away absolutely
Open Evenings Until 9 o'CIock
$75.00 64-in. top, quarter sawed oak $48.62
$60.00 Quarter Sawed Oak $43.91
$65.00 Jacobean Oak $43.78
$165 William and Mary Period Buifet $115.00
$45 Quarter Sawed Oak $35.99
$35.00 Quarter Sawed Oak $26.94
$25.00 Quarter Sawed Oak $19.68
$17.00 Solid Oak $12.48
$21.50 Solid Oak $14.68
$30.00 Quarter Sawed $23.56
$50.00 Colonial design, quarter sawed $33.50
$5.25 Mission Oak $1.99
$2.50 Mission Oak $1.48
$1.50 Mahogany 99c
$1.50 Brass 99c
$1.50 White Enamel 94c
$1.50 Happy Day Polish Mop 79c
50c Bottle Nulac Polish 3lc