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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOU RNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1916,
In Salem Churches
: aTo. 1228 North Winter street. Sun
aar services: Sabbath tehool 9:43.
Freaehinz at 11 a. m. aad 7:45 p. m,
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:45 p. m.
W. J. Johnston, pastor.
West Salem Methodist Episcopal
Minister, W. J. Warren. Sunday
school 3 p. m. l'rcaching service 7:30
J.adies' Aid society meets on the second
anwd fourth Thursday of the month at
1:30 p. m-
Sunday services ns follows: Knee
drill, !:30 a. m. Sunday school and
Bible class, 10:30 a. m. Cliristiuns praise
meeting, 2:45 p. m. ISulvation meeting,
7:45 p. m. Young People's Legion Fri
day, 8 p. m. Keek night services every
night except Monday and Thursday. A
welcome extended to nil. Captain and
Mrs. J. 1.. Kelso.
First Methodist Episcopal.
State and (.'hutch streets,' Kicliurd N.
Avison. minister. :15 a. in., I'lnss
meeting. 9:15 a. m., Sunday school,
Messrs. Clark ami Smith, superinten
dent. 11:00 a. m., "(iod's Temple,"
1 Oor. 3; l(i, 17. Sermon subject, "Our
Lord's Second Coming-" 300 p. in.,
Rev. F. T. Porter will speak at the Old
People's Home. (i:30 p. in., Intermediate
League, MrB. il. C, Findley, superin
tendent. lt:30 p. m., "Why Join the
Church," is the Kpworlh league topic.
Misa Lina Heist will lead. 7:30 p. m.,
The pastor's evening message, "A New
Leslie Methodist Episcopal.
Corner South Conieinrcinl and Mey
ers streets, llornce N. Aldrieh, pastor.
9:45 a. m , Sunilay school in the new
rooms downstairs. The newly organized
orchestra will lead the song service. A.
. Bolirnstedt, superintendent. (Irnded
and intermedial!! lcs-miis with classes
Tor all ages. 11:00 n. in., Sermon by the
pastor. Theme, "The Church a Soul
Having Institution."- 3:00 p- m., .fuuior
League. (1:00 p. m., Devotional meet
ing of the Kpworth League, meeting iu
the Sunday school rooms. Topic, "Why
Join the Church f" The pastor will lead
this meeting. 7:30 p. in., A song serv
ice of old songs led bv the chorus chair.
'Three Fingered .lack" (W. A- Uod
win) will speak. Subject, "A Trip
Through Arabia." The revival con
tinues every night this week except
Corner Marion and .North Liberty
rtrcets, Hev. (I. F. Holt, I). I)., pastor.
Holiday school, 0:45 a. in. Public wor
ship 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Young
People's meeting at 0:30 p. in. Sermon
topics: Morning, "(Iod's Hand in
Human Affairs." Kvening, "Winning
Power Through Temptation," second in
series on "The Pathway of Power."
The public, is cordially invited to nil
ing as pastor of Baptist churches in
Oakland, San Francisco and elsewhere.
During his activities as superintendent
of the City Kescue Mission (the of
ficial mission work of the protestant
churches of San Francisco and vicinity)
Mr. Heady supplied the pulpits of the
First Congregational and other large
churches of the city. The new pastor
promises n number of interesting ser
mons iiud lectures in the near future.
Services as usual at 3 p. m. Every
body is invited, and you do not know
what you may miss if you do not come.
Wm. Kenyon, superintendent.
H. C. Stover, pastor. Morning wor
ship at II o'clock. Sunday school lit 10
a. m. Christian Endeavor at 7:30 p. m.
Brilliant Charge Made By
Canadians on Somme Front
Carries Regina French
Corner Nouth Nineteenth and Ferr,v
streets, H. C. Stover, minister. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Christian Kndeavor
at H.-45 p. in. Kvening sermon by the
pastor at :.(() o clock. Prayer service
ut 7:30 Thursday evening.
Kust State and Kigliteenth street, (Jeo.
Koehler, pastor. Sunday school in tier
mnu and English ut 10 o'clock. Preach
ing service at 10:30 n. m. No Kvening
Hev. B. C. Dewey, of Lents, Ore-, will
fill the pulpit at the Free Methodist
church, 12l!(S North Winter street, Sun
day morning mid everting. W. J. John
Corner of Highland and Kim streets
Sabbath school, 10 n. in., Mrs. Myrtle
Keuworthy, superintendent. .Meeting for
11 a. m. Christian Kndeavor, 0:15 p.
m. At 7:30 there will be a missionary
meet ing. Our African mission the sub
ject and w ill be illustrated ly stereopti-
can views ot the natives ut. work and
at church, showing them ns they are
now. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.
in. Come. Josephine Huekett, pastor.
Swedish Tabernacle, M. E.
Corner South Fifteenth and Mill
streets, Hev. Jolln Oval!, minister. Sun
day ncIiooI lit 2:30 p. in., (Just Ander
son, superintendent. Service ut 3:30 p.
in. Hev. David lliisscl will preach. All
Now that our church is rebuilt and is
ready for service we feel like inviting
peuplu in to our services. The noted
Hev. A ron Wells, of Portland, is our
pastor, and w-e are sure you will lie glad
you ever came to hear him. Siindav
school at 10 u. in. Morning service at
11 a. m., and evening service lit 7:30.
We will be glad to see you ut our serv
ices ns often ns you can come.
Keiser School Pupils j
Presented Fine Playi
(Capital Journal Special Service) j
Keiser, Nov. IS. Friday afternoon
witnessed one of the most unusual anil
interesting events that has ever taken
place iu Keiser. I
oinrades and Indies of the O. A. It. j
with friends to the number o ftwonty!
five enmc in uutns to the new school'
house to present to the pupils mid pn-j
trolls of the district a splendid new,
flag JixlO ft. which will hereafter, on;
clear days, be seen floating from thej
flug stuff above the building.
After appropriate services bv the pu-i
i,,iiu r ti... u..i,n..i ui...... ....:..:.. 4. .11,.,'
I A miiluii'ht. everv man went over the '. : ... ' i
Somme Front, Nov. IS.-Kigh. minutes prpct and the barrage fire beg,,,, to j ,,,,,,,? s Wick ( 7" H kUT'I
or aasning across a sea of inu.l worse movs forward towards the Hegina T i,,P,ei. c.tniimnrlei. ,,f s ,,r V M.x ,
than the Slough of Despond, of method- trench. The gunfire was perfect. The i mI-aZii" P es W H C and'
icully advanced barrage fire, of quick Canadian wave was enabled to 'follow j ' th'e " .;,,; .,. j
,fn,,,,s ,,.,u c.osc.y aim 10 assault wiibt retiiaineu , Ti.s0 ,,rcssos were filled with
v uiuxituiM iu jiv-ui,, m-ii,-,i ,u,,T iii me j russian guarus ami ine rjaxons.
By Wl'liaro. Philip Sinwis. active in this sector, but us the time
(United Press staff correspondent.) : came for the attack the guns were
(Copyright 1010 by the Cnilcd Press.) ! I,c,'','d up until at nii.liiight they made
- i. . . . ;one continuous roar. The British bar-
(Copyrighted at the Department of Ag- ' fire 5() in fr(m, (lf ,,,
ricuiture, uttuwu, lamina.) ;aui'dian trenches.
With the Canadian Forces
of the smoothest bits o'l trench taking ; These fought stubbornly but were rout-
that has been witnessed in the Somme ed in two minutes some bolting
drive. I saw the Canadians, muddy lo through the barrage fire wherein man!
the eyebrows but grinning on the day . died, some surrendering and some dy.
after they had achieved the feat. iing in strong resistance. Nobody
Th assault was over m eight minutes, shouted stop. The whole assault was i
It was carried out in brilliant moonlight ' perfect silence iu this respect,
uud despite u terrific Merman counter j Desire trench, leading northward from
barrage fire and a sea of mud. Kvery Hcgiuu was the scene of n hard scrim
objective the Canadians sought was ; mage. Many (lemmas fled through this
completely won. Though the Germans' at the Canadians' approach but were
repeatedly counter attacked, the Canad-1 evidently ordered at once to return in
inns not only kept every inch they had j counter 'attnek. When this came, the
wrested from the enemy, but before Canadian bonfb throwers advanced me
dawn they had strongly reorganized thodicnlly up the trench, clearing it for
their positions and dug over 200 yards a space of a hundred yards to the north
of connecting trenches. 'and then returned part of the distance
Prior to the attack the Canadians hail to barricade and prevent further dis
occupied a trench directly south of Pys..; tiirbauee from thos quarter.
The Hegina trench SOU to 500 yards, A violent German barrage fire began
northward had been partly occupied a shortly after the Canadian assault start
fortnight ago by Canadians, but a thou-.ed, but it failed of its purpose, causing
sand ynrd portion remained to be taken, but little damage. As the Canadians e.
This section ran from "Desire trench" pressed it afterward in American slang
lo "Death valley" on the east. Severe "we got the jump on Fritz and beat
fighting had already marked this scene, him to it."
but Hegina trench being the Germans' The whole action was a model of
great defense work between the method and co-operation of all branches.
Schwabeu redoubt and Le Snrs. 'German prisoners admitted the shell
The space between the trenches fire was of deadly accuracy and proof
held ou the one hand by the Cuniulinns of this was found at dawn in the Ger
und on the other by the Prussian guards man dead strewn iu the region of the
and Saxons was slightly rolling. It Hegina trench. The tin rrage fire "got "
was utterly devoid' of vegetation due ( them fleeing from the trench anil re
to a blasting shell fire, it was uniiii- turninj; to the counter attack.
aginnbly muddy due to weeks of down- The general commanding the Canad
pour ot rain and lue unceasing churning ' inns is verv proud of Ins men
by explosives. rniiii) from all parts of Canada. A num-
Tho night of the attack was perfect. 1 her of Americans were also in the nc
The assault was at midnight under the Hon. '
light of a full moon at its zeuith. For! The storming party never wavered
two days the artillery fire had been ; once and fought like bear cats.
Iriofic enthusiasm winch would instill i
in the children a greater love mid rev-j
ereuce for "Obi Glory." i
Mrs. Anna Fitch, president of the!
ladies of the (1. A. It., very gracefully
presented the flug to the school and;
responses with expressions of gratitude!
were made by (:. I1.. ( umuiHigs, chair
man of school board, the teachers, Mrs.
Arthur Bcardsley and Miss Anna Liud
gren, and Mrs. Seymour Jones, presi
dent P.-T. association.; Mrs. Thompson
presided ut the nieotins: and introduced!
Ine children then gave the salute to
the flug and all joined iu singing the
"Star Spangled Banner. ''
It is a custom ami n pleasure of the
Indies of the G. A. It. to present tlugs
to different schools thus teaching the!
children patriotism and lovaltv to the!
Coffee ami sandwiches were served)
and the guests departed leaving the1
new flag proudly floating over Keiser.!
You can't blame the children for disputing:
For it's wholesome, delicious Pan-Dandy Bread, made
with pure, tested milk.
The older members of the family like it just as welh
""ST Pan-Dandy Bread iSr
Yet though Pan-Dandy is bread that the
most careful housewife could not better, it costs no more
than ordinary kinds.
Get your grocer to send out a loaf today, and note
the difference for yourself. ,
Pan-Dandy regular size 5c. Big-Dandy
the economical family loaf 10c.
Be sure it bears the label.
SALEM ROYAL BAKERY,
210 South Commercial Street
RAILROADS SHOW INCREASE
Ii. )'. Harrington, field worker for
industrial fairs, working out of the ol
fico of the state superintendent, has
been culling on schools in the county
during the past week with county su-j
periiiteinlent of schools, Walter M.
WU) ! .Smith. Among the schools visited were;
ine rruitiaini scliool, tnugtit liy II. U.
Todd, where nn industrial chili has al
ready been organized among the pupils. :
At Bethel, taught by ills. A. L. Schulz,
the children are interested in the in-,
diistrial work and a club will soon be
orguni.ed. Salem Heights school ill
ready has organized a club and the
Mrs. .folia Mekker. of McCov. came to
AmeriMca with his parents, sisters and niinciiml. R. U. Dvkstrn renorts everv
Until the Northern Pacific ami (Ilea thiol hers, in 1!03. lor seven veins the boilv interested. District No. L" taii'dit
Northern liailn-ny companies experi-1 fumily lived iu South Dakota and in bv Joseph liethune will soon hnvo a
St. Pau'a Episcopal. "
Rev. Hubert S. (till, rector, llolv Com
munion 7 : .'10 u. in. ilatins and address
31 o'clock, Hiinday school VA5. Kven
ong and address 7.-:i0 p. m. St. l'tnil's
was filled to rapacity last Sunday morn
ing ut the 11 o'clock service, the rou
grci'ntion being made up of an excellent
fenmber of our parishioners, together
with luany strangers, who were treat
ed to a splendid sermon and excellent
music. At no time has greater interest
iu these services been manifest, and n
most cordial and earnest invitation is
xtended to all to attend not only the
11 o'clock service, but the evening ser
vice as well, it is especially desired to
build up these evening services to linger
proportions than ever before, and u
aiost gratifying start has been made in
Cottage uud Center streets, Hev. (I. I.,
l.ovell, pastor. Sunday school ut 10
a. m. Divine worship and preaching
t 11 a. in. Fourth sermon ou our
Lord's parables, "The 1'cail of Ureal
l'tjce." Christian Kndeavor ut (:.'l(l p.
m., 8. I'. .MeCrncken, lender. At 7:110
f. ni. there will be a missionary progiam
liven under the auspices of the Worn
ii'j Missionary society.
James Klvin, pastor. Sunday school
sieets at 10 o'clock, V. 1. Stale', su
perintendent. Kcgulur morning service
at 11 o'clock. Address by Captain Kel
so, who will describe the work of the
ISulvation Army in Salem. .Music by
fhoniB choir morning and evening, di
rection of Wm. .McUilchrist, Sr. Chris
tian (Kndeavor (service ut 0:110 p. in.
I'leasaut Sunday evening meeting at
7:.'I0. Housing song service. Special
iniisio by chorus choir. Address by the
pastor. Campaigning with Hilly Suu
tlay, describing experiences with the
evangelist in the famous Ocean drove
auditorium last summer. People in
terested iu the wink of Hilly Sunday
undoubtedly the greatest single factor
for righteousness iu America today, will
heartily enjoy this service. A beautiful
olored Hiblical film, "Saul and" Da
vid," will be shown at the close of the
address. Kveryhndv invited and every
body welcome. Thursday evening ser
vice at 7:;i0 o'clock. Studies iu the
(oapcl of I. like.
Hev. Jumes M. lli'ildv. recently chosen
to act us pastor of the church, will speak
fuiidny morning at II o'clock. His sub
ject will be "Why 1 Rejected the Or
thodox Kuith." 'Mr. Heady has just
arrived from California where he has
lieen located for a number of veins serv-
Corner High and Center streets, K. T.
Porter, minister." Itihlo sellout, 0:45 ti
ll!., Dr. II. C. Kplcy and C. Scarf, direct
ors. A class for nil ages iu a live school
with modern methods. Auto truck leaves
Highland U:25. (Ireut orchestra. Wor
ship anil sermon II n. in., subject "It
Is Well." C. i:., li:;i(l p. ni. Prof.
Hale of th boys' school will speak at
the evening service. He has a great
message for the public and you should
hear him. Large chorus. You lire invited.
Chemcketa Street Evangelical
Corner Seventeenth and Chetneketn
streets, (i. W. Pluiuer and (). K. I. idling,
Jr., pastors. Sunday school, 10 n. in..
Walter Curtis, superintendent. Rev. (I.
V Plumer will preach both morning and
evening. .Morning subject, "The Will
ing Consecration." Kvening theme,
"The Punishment of the Wicked in
This Life." Vottg People's Alliance,
11:110 p. ni. With the Sundny services
the revival meetings will begin. Service
each evening except Saturday at 7::i0 p.
ni. All tire welcome.
Three cardinal virtues will be the
subject of the morning sermon nt 11
o'clock by the pastor. Curl 11. Elliott
He will speak to his junior congregation
on "Twinkler, Twiukler uud Tattler."
In the evening the subject will be "Re
ligious I'ses of the Memory." Sunday
scliool meets at H Sunday morning.
Class for adults taught by Judge Moore
at the same hour.
W. O. T. U.
Come and hear W. A. (iodwin. "Three
Fingered Jack," at Ramp Memorial
hall Sunday at 1 o'clock. All lire wel
come, especially those who have not
heard him ut the Leslie M. K. church.
enced an immense guin in business dur- 1010 came to Oregon, settling near Me
ing tho fiscal year ending June .'10, 111 I it, Coy. In 1012 Albert .Mekkers married
according to their reports Tiled here to-j Miss Bessie Dennis. Hesides the widow
day wit li the Oregon Public Service and parents, there survive Jlr. iMek-
coiumission. kers u daughter, mint red: two sisters,
The gross income of the Jsorthern , M is. D. .Mcllcmu, or iir.M iunville, and
Pacific Railway company for the 12 .Mrs. John Sylstra, of Perrvdale, and
months was KIK,U72,447, and the net five brothers, Nick Mekkers, of McCoy;
income, $2i),720,87;i. The increase in ! Johnnie Mekkers, or Neiia:em. Ore., and
the net income over the your preceding Kd, Pete and William Mekkers, of
was fl, 10,8113. t ' iHrokeu Bow, ; JJebraska. Dallas Ob-
The gross income of the (treat North- j server.
em Railway company was t:t,71U,3ri7, ' ' ; ' '' ' "
and the net income," 27,li25,liil). Thej WYGANT BOYS IN TROUBLE
increase iu the net income over the pre-; Tw0 i,oy9' KivnK the names of Wv
ceding year was $7,107,1 10. iBiinl and wiring- they were related to
1 Cass Wvgunt, of Ballston, were eap-
McCOY FARMER IS BURIED lured by Sheriff Cieers, of Lincoln
' i county, yesterday with bicycles which
Albert Mekkers, uged 2f, a farmer of 'they admitted having stolen in Salem.
McCoy, died November 8, and was I Later the two boys escaped from the
buried in the Bethel cemetery lust FH- Lincoln county - sheriff. Dallas Ob
day. The young man. n mm of Mr. and server.
club. At the Shaw school L. W. lirimiu,)
principal, interest was such that guar !
nntees an early organization of an in-1
diistrial club. Aiimsvillc with its three
room scliool, K. M. Mitchell, principal,,
has already organized u club, and a
scliool fair will be held on the 211th of
this utonlli, with an addresj in the ev
ening bv L. P. Harrington.
Journal Want ads will sell it. I
Cut Down the High
Cost of Living and Use
At All Grocers
UY Useful Gifts and promote
Henry Clews Says Election
Results Should Be Accepted a
New York, Nov. II. It is better for
both sides now to consider the result of
thu'fight between the republican party
and the democratic parly as u siptare
and fair one, and everybody should ac
cept the inevitable iu u kindly spirit,
tuijfetling uud forgiving the animosities
winch have cropped out during the con
test mid bo encouraged by the prosper
ity now prevailing throughout the nil
tiou anil the strong prospect for its con
tinuance for some time ti come. That is
something that no other nation inn
boust of in anything like the .nunc de
gree and should be enough to make the
Aiiiencuii people happy and contented
r i holdings and rumor has it that the Bank ! JJ
f ! of Liiglaud rate will before long be re-1 m
dueed from six per cent. It is quite evi-! 55
dent that belligerents will be compelled j H
to come again to New York for financial i Q
aid; all of which tends to permanently Q
increase the financial prestige Of tlielatj
Cnited States. So long us these influ-1 S3
enres remain at work, the inflation j H
movement must continue, and when war El
ceases there will be compensations to j Q
offset their disappearance. A great iu-' M
dust rial aw akening is already on 'font in mm
this country, new markets hnvinr; been H
opened to us while new industries are
being created at an unprecedented rate.
I nless alt signs mislead, we have al-
Corner Liberty and Center streets,
11. K. Hebel, pastor. Morning service
II o'clock ((ternianl. Sunday school
10 o'clock, Oernnm and Knglish classes,
William (Inrnjobst, superintendent. Kv
ening service 7:M, Knglish. Young
People's Alliance 0:30 o'clock, leader,
Mis. Kiivx. Kvervbodv welcome.
DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL
THE BEST THERE IS IN
"WHY I REJECTED THE ORTHODOX FAITH"
(The experience of one who was pastor, evangelist and rescue uiision
worker for many years.'
A Sermon-Lecture by REV. JAMES M. HEADY
THE UNITARIAN CHURCH
''The church where you feel nt home."
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 19 11 A T
T The public most cordially invited. Members and friends of the church
4 especially urged to be present.
especially when tliey compare tlieir lot reudv n new era of industrial progress
with that of the sufferers throughout -m Wliifli the rewards of industry will
Kuiope. Many people think that our,,, ,(,r), eipiitablv distributed than in
present election terminated in a muddle the past.
owing to the votes of the electors being I This week the government crop re
so close. 1 think, however, that is a p0rt estimated the com vield at 2.li4.'t,
cause for rejoicing rather than other- j 000,000 bushels, compared with .'1,054.
wise, us it will serve to compel both ' (100,000 bushels a year ago. Of wheat
of our great parties to put up, us they the vield is estimated ut onlv 007.000,
havo done iu this .election, high grade 000 bushels against l,011.000',do0 bushels
inch for their candidates hereafter and )ast j.cnr. These figures explain the
not merely demngogue politicians. It ! high, cost of food, without regard to the
marks. a new eru of our country, which War which has further lessened the
will tend to perpeuute our republican , world's supplies by reduced yields nnd
form of government, which 1 firmly be- increased wastage. The high" prices of
lieve is the best ever devised by the I cotton, meats, leather, wool, copper,
biaiu of mini, especially for our cosino-1 ,.0 , ,lt11M. ,.(.ossities is almost en-
polituu population a government of the
people, by the people and for the peo
ple. The result of the election goes to
show that there are but few vital issues
at stake between the two great parties:
hesiiles.wo ere almost sure to have iu
the field hereafter candidates, both
learned, capable and highly representa
tive men, similar to those who have
competed iu the present Hughes-Wilson
mutest. Hence, it is to be hoped that
it will bad to the conclusion that both
fides will recognir.e the absolute neces
sity of putting forward their best citi
zens; then no serious harm is likely to
happen to our people or countrv whu
ever may be the prine winner. If that
fact berotnes recognized, as it should
be, by our voting population, then the
best all around meu will he selected for
nomination on both idcs and all will
be well now and forevermore.
There is one vital thing that is not
scarce, and that Is money, the circula
tion per capita being the largest in our
history. Credit is abundant, so plenti
ful in fact thnt bankers arc already tak
ing steps to advert the dangers of infla
tion, including the discouragement of
gold imports. Knsier conditions are also
reported abroad. Money is plentiful in
London. The great banks of F.nglnnd
mid France are increasing tlieir gold
tirely n question of supply.
While the outlook of the market con
tinues favorable the abnormal condi
tions prevailing should not be forgot
ten. The longer the rise continues the
greater the risk unless occasional reac
tions are permitted for readjustment
and strengthening of the technical posi
tion. While the end of big profits is
not in sliight, it should be remembered
that targe portions of these are going
into new plant, especially in steel con
cerns. lu reasonable expectations of in
creased dividends may therefore invite
disappointment, although such appropri
ations from earnings will often really
strengthen the companies making them.
Outlays of this character tend to dimin
ish the applications, for outside capital.
which is accumulating and will be more Q
and more tempted into new enterurises m
of questionable character. Taking all ! ii
things into consideration there is goodjJJ
reason for continued optimism, 1cfausell
money is plentiful, credit sound, and
confidence well established. Neverthe-1 f
. t. : .....i ..i . j I s
ivcf Milt: la tuntit muter iii'iii vi U!it(
judgment than In nr ordinary boom,
for the ren8in that the situation is ex
trnordinary in all respects, is full of un-
tricil circumstances and liable to sudden
C"n T A Til T D'
.lnlFr r.Alll.I - prosperity. Encourage useful
giving and visit this store and see the
ITT ftTOYir f mny helpful Xmas hints. Furniture while
II II II liJW given to one person is enioyed and appre-
dated by each member of the family.
Sec our Display of
Dining Room Fur
niture bet com
plete $34.35, con
sisting of one solid
oak dining table,
42 in. top, 6 chairs
to match, and a
solid oak buffet,
with roomv draw
ers, French plate mirror; a very modern piece of furn
iture; this set would make somebody
happy, and is only . Jt-.JJ
See Our Large Line of
. Replace that Trunk,
Bag or Suitcase be
fore you go home
to spend the Holi
days. Nothing speaks
so much for your
general appearance and prosperity as
good looking Hand Bags or Suitcases.
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Heaters at from $1.50
to $15.00; sizes and
styles to suit all
Where you get
more for your