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ma , . THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOV. 24, 1916. -J
In the great out of doors
or at the evening reception
is equally acceptable.
invigorating and de
licious. Walter Baker Q Co. Ltd
eSTABUSMCD I7&Q OOftCMtSTtR, MASS. "
By ALIKE THOMPSON
Miss Pearl Jones of Martinez, Cali
fornia, who baa been visiting at Labisb
Meadows, tie country borne of Mr. ami
ra. M. L. Jones, left the early part
of tbc week for Portland, where ahc
will La the guest of relatives lor a few
lays before returning to ber home in
' Chester fl. Murphy, a prominent at
torney of Portland, was a visitor in
Hal em yesterday.
Mrs. W. H. Mott returned Wednes
day night from Portland, where she has
been visiting her son, Dr. Williuui
Mott, for several days.
Miss Beatrice Newport who is pass
is; tbc winter in Salem and is a stu
dent at the Willamette University
pent the week end at her home in
Miss Irnia Roteford has returned
rom Ilalsey, Oregon, where sbo visit
ed Miss Marie Kneed for a few days.
A pretty dinner party was given re
really by the Misses Charlotte and
J-Mirnbcth Tebben at their apartments
on (Jout street. After dinner the even
ing was spent informally with chatter.
The guests were Miss Kitth Hodge,
Mia rilanehe Bilker and Miss Caroline
Mrs. W. I.owmnn of Anneortes, Wash
ington, is visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Hen K. West.
Oinrrit Eucalyptus Olrrtment
Tuaca 280 Js BOO f
Mrs. W. X. Savage returned Thurs
day from a short visit in Portland
where she was the guifct of her sister,
Airs. J. Long.
Mjhs Edna Endicott returned yester
day from Kosebnrg where she bus be n
the guest of friends. During her visit
there Miss Endicott was delightfully
Mrs. Emma Davis who spends much
of her tme in Salem with her daugh
ter Mrs. lirant H. Bonnell will leave
tomorrow for Portland en route for
Abilene, Kansas. Abilene is Mrs. Davis
old home aud she will spend the winter
there visiting lit sou, W. W. Davis.
"The fiarden of Allah" which ts
now being played, at the Heilig thea
tre) in l'ortland is attracting tho atten
tion of Kalem theatre goers and sever
al are planning to attend the closing
Interest centers in the play "The
Blossoming of Mary Anne" to be pro
duced by the rjnilipnh Dramatic club
of the Salem high school on Tuosday
night in tho auditorium.
Miss Moe Hopkins, of llio English
department of the high school, is di
recting the cast fur the play which bids
fair to be one of the best ever pro
duced at the high school.
Tho lllossoniing of Mary Anne is a
clever little IllttV ill 4 flitu u-n writlan
by Manou Short, author of "The
(erand Army Man,"' "The Touch
il)owu" and several other successful
Among those who will be seen in the
production are Miss Olga Gray, who
will take the part of Mary ' Anne;
Frank Durbin. a Yale eolleL'o man:
Miss Edith Hynnn, hired help; Miss
iinzci .ticiuicurisr, gossiping dress mak
er, and Miss Luetic ones, a society girl.
TURKEY TROT WILL
Cherrians "Accumulate" Big
Gobbler As Prize at Com-
The committee in charge of the Cher
rian turkey trot jitney Thanksgiving
danee to be given Wednesday evening
of next week at the armory announce
that the largest turkey in Marion
county baa been spotted and that ar
rangements will be made for the turkey
to attend in person. Hence, the for
tunate bolder of the winning ticket will
.be given the privilege of taking the
'turkey home that night. Announcement
is also made that the Cherrians will
all be there in uniform and that a
mixed orchestra will furnish the music.
From present indications the chances
are that the dancing population of the
city will all be there.
, THE LAST SAD RITES
Portland, Ore., Nov. 24. Long lines
of men stood' today at all express of
fices, getting their last shipments of
liquor from California. The express
company has had an unprecedented rush
of business since the "bone dry" law
passed. An occasional woman takes her
place in line, signs up for a two quart
package and hurries away lugging it
under ber arm.
COSMETICS NOT NEEDED;
FEEL THE SKIN INSTEAD
One reason mcrcolized wax is so
strongly recommended is that it real
ly takes the place of several different
cosmetics, saving time, patience and ex
pense. It is better than any cleansing
cream, better than any massage cream
and better than any rouge, tor accom
plishing tho results for which such ar
ticles are used. As the wax actually ab
sorbs an old, faded or discolored cuti
cle, a little each day, the underlying
skin which gradually appears, is clear
er, softer healthier lined and more
youthful than any cosmetic made com
plexion. Spreading on a thin coat of
this wax at night, washing it off morn
ings, in a week or so produces a mar
velous transformation. Just one ounce
of niereolized wnx, obtainable at any
dm" store, will do tho work. There's
nothing better to remove freckles,
moth patches, liver spots sallowness.
blotches, pimples or blackheads.
For wrinkles and loose, saggy skin,
a face bath made by dissolving one
ounce of powdered saxolite in a half
pint of witch hazel, is the best thine
that can be recommended. This has
remarkable astringent and tonic proper
WE MAKE A BIG CUT IN ALL PRICES
Starts Saturd v
At 9 A. M.
500 boxes of standard
size matches, regular
5c, Special Jc
Regular : 5 c value
Brooms, our special
This is your chance-
lc Per Dozen
SUSENE SILK, usually sold at 40 to 50c, our price 20c yd
SILK POPLIN, regular 85c yard, our price 39c a Yard
CALICO, only 10 yards to each customer. Snecial 5c yd
50c All Silk Diagonal
Serges, yard . . . . 38c
10c Wash Cloths. . . . 5C
5c Hair Nets, 2 for 5C
Children's Belts .. 1QC
, 25c wide Satin Faced
Ribbon, yard 20c
25c Taffeta Ribbon,
20c Flowered Ribbon,
Fine Velvet Ribbon, all
widths, No. 4, yd. . . fc
Regular 5c yard value
Laces, Special, 2 yds 5c
Ladies' and Children's
Reg. 80c Ladies Uuion Suits, now 39c
Reg. 80c Children's Union Suits 39c
Everything in the store reduced.
Be on hand when store opens.
75c Ladies' Velvet Hats 50c
$1.25 Ladies' Velvet Hats 90c
$1 and $1.25 Children's and Misses'
Ready-to-Wear Hats 40c
15c Ladies' Buckram Hat Frames 10c
''On to Multnomah!" Realization of
the significance of the slogan which
has been reverberated from . attic to
cellar of all campus activities during
the entire autumn will be manifest to
morrow morning at fvIO when th Wil
lamette forces emliark on a special
Uregon Eleetrie -at State and. High
streets for a voyage to the city of
roses. Thus, will be the postscript clause
of "I will be there" become n;actual
realitv by the crowd of about 1-5 stu
dents who are expected to, accompany
the team. ..- . ..
No member of the Willamette team
expects an easy time tomorrow after
noon on the M. A. A. C. gridiron for
1H5 pounds of clubmen beef and all
s'ar exiierienee is not a pleasing a
dote for 1W) pounds of sneer ngnting
i-ethodist grit. Kcports from Coacb
"Spec" Hurlburt of the Winged "M."
seem to predict another 97 to 0 land1
slide ior the chibmen before the game
opens. The only thing which prevents
the materialization of that press a
gent's dream is the game aud a de
termined Willamette eleven who take
issue with the predestined walkaway.
A 13 to 7 victory over Pacific Uni
versity was annexed by Multnomah
early " in the season about the time
Willamette suffered at the hands' of
Coach llezdck's warriors. Two weeks
ago Willamette decisively shattered
Pacific's hopes for aggrandizement by
the toot of 25 to 7. Something js in
evitably due to popy if comparative
scores are anr criterion.
Not since the fall of 1911 has Wil
lamette clashed with Multnomah and
at that time a score of 19 to 0 was
recorded in tne arcnives or looiuau
(hl. : ,i : i i ......
fores, i no year ircvwun iimiucnv
unmercifully slaughtered that athletic
club's prize team 39 to 0. Memories of
this latter score are a good appetizer'
for Mathews' fighting crew of the pres
Practices of the past two weeks since
the Pacific game have been strenuous
and despite the injuries of backl'ield
men, have been relentlessly pursued on
the local gridiron. The old stonewall
defense of years is again primed for
charges and promises to make life in
teresting for Multnamob braves. As
now outlined a squad of 19 men will
accompany the rooters' special to the
The Willamette lineup will probably
be Peterson, eenter; Womer, tlegel aud
Proctor, guards; Tobie and Taylor,
tackles; Kcxford and Katcliffe, ends;
Kooth quarter Grosvenor, Diroick and
Teal), halves; Battlett, fullback.
' Henri Deschamps, traveling special
ist in applied psychology, has been the
center of much "attention on the part
of students this week. Showing creden
tials as to his unquestioned methods of
determining tho life values of the indi
vidual, .many students took advantage
of his special offer of three courses in
adaptative work which he is offering in
the iuteresis ot a greater practicabili
ty in- the analyses of human nature.
Monsieur Deschamps gave a very in
teresting address at Wednesday's chap
el hour on habits and their effect on
tho facial contour. His iopular recep
tion at that time assured interest in
his unusual methods.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists;
Lecture On Health
Health insurance which is so much
discussed at the present time owing to
the movement on foot in so many stutes,
including Oregon for its adoption will ,
be the subject of the lecture by Dr
n' Edwin Clyde Robbing of University of.
Uregon. Dr. Kohliins deals witn tne r.u
ropean system of health insurance, the I
need of such a system in the Cuited
.States and the fays ami menu of pro-!
viding for the same. He gives attention
to the question of what ne are likely to
do in Uregon concerning this problem.
This is the question for debate in the
Oregon high school debating league con
sisting of 72 high schools.
The lecture will be this evening at 8
o'clock in the auditorium of the public
EOTK EOT WATER
IF IOEI DESHKE A
8aya wa can't help but look
better and feel better
after an Inside bath.
COHPWS 5-10-15-25 CEfJT STORE
141 North Commercial Street Salem, Oregon
As a stimulator for the "On to Mult
nomah" excursion tomorrow; morning,
the reirulnr ioint Christian association
morning exercises at Thursday 's chap
el hour -were devoted to the learning
of the stirring battle hymns and sougs
which have been written in honor of
old Willamette. With Miss Leila Mur
Caddam as leader and Miss Esther Cox
at the niaiio the hour was an inspiring
Bongfest and every- freshman was thor
ough! v innociilated witn tne iisnuns,
spirit of Willamette. Such forcasts a
lively rooters' delegation ior me -u.
A. A. ('.-Willamette game tomorrow in
Grotesque costumes and uiiconTen
t'oual stunts furnished considerable
merriment for tho general rank and
tile of the student body aud faculty
members for some minutes Thursday
morning. The occasion was the initia
tion of nine stulwart sons into fellow
ship in the 1)1) club, a semi-froternal
organization of university men who
were mittine the candidates for mem
bership through some astonishing paces
Kverythinf trom a urn uress sun buu
riding habit to vocal selections and
darkface manitvstations of things un
expected were dispensed to the crowd
who even insisted on speeches from
men whose mouths were sealed with ad-
hesivo tape. Those safely riding the
To look one's best and feel one si
best is to enjoy an inside bath each. I
morning to flush from the system the!
previous day's waste, sour fermenta
tions and poisonius toxins before it is,!
absorbed into the blood. Just as coal
when it burns, leaves behind a cer
tain amount of incombustible materia! i
in the form of ashes, so the food and.
drink taken each day leave in the all-'
mentary organs a certain amount of;
indigestible material which if not!
eliminated, form toxins and poisons!
which are then sucked into the blood j
through the very ducts which are in
tended to such .in only nourishment!
to sustain tho body. i
If you want to see the glow or
healthy bloom in your cheeks, to sec!
your skin get clearer aud clearer, you1
are told to drink every mousing upon
arising, a glass of hot water with a;
teaspooiiful of limestone phosphate iu
it, which is a harmless means of wasii-j
iug the waste material and toxins'
from the stomach, liver, kidneys and.
bowels thus cleansing, sweetening and,'
purifying tho entire alimentary trac;,
before putting more food into the stom-1
Men and women with sallow skinn, i
liver spots, piuiples or pallid com-j
plexion, also those who wake up with,
a coated tongue, bad taste, nasty!
breath, others who are bothered witn;
headaches bilious s'lls, acid stomncii
or constipation should begin this phos-i
obated hot water drinking and are
assured of very pronounced results in j
one or two weeks.
A quarter pound of limestone phos
phate costs very little at the drug
store but is sufficient to demonstrate
that just as soap and hot water
leanses, purifies and freshens the
skin on the outside, so hot water nnd
limestone phosphate act on the inside
organs. We must always consider tha:
internal sanitation is vastly more im
portant than outside cleanliness, or
alis, the skin "ores do not absorb
imrurities into the blood, while the
bowel pores do. '
Women's, Misses' Suits
Women's and Misses'
Women's Silk and Lingerie Waists, Harv
ard Mills Knit Underwear.
Nottingham Lace Curtains. Extraordinary
U. G. Shipley Company
j How Lydia EPinkhamWeg-
etable Compound Kept
Her Well and Strong.
Lincoln, Illinois. "I bavensed Lydia
E. i'inkham's Vegetable Compound for
ten years wiui rood
results and l nave
four healthy chil
dren. 1 his summer
1 was in a very run
down condition and
the veryhot weather
seemed more than I
could stand, but I
Jour Compound in
une and from then
25th, when my last
babv was born. I trot
alone much better than 1 had before.
My baby was girl and weighed 14
pounds at birth, and I recovered very
rapidly which I am sure was due to your
; nurse my baby and do all my work. I
narj tne same rood results witn your
medicine when needed before my other
children came and they are all healthy.
My mother baa taken your medicine
with equal satisfaction. She had her
last child when nearly 44 years old and
feels confident she never would have
carried him through without your help,
as her health was very poor." Mrs. T.
F. Cloyd, 1355 North Gulick Ave, De
Espectant mothers should profit by
Mrs. Clovd's experience, and trust to Ly
j:. it1 iJlw.J). v....m. c-j
1 1 . I
goat of public sentiment were Warren i
Booth, Harold Tobie. Kdwnrd Bolt,
Harold Miller, Clark Story, Philip Bar
tholowein, Harold Zimmerman, Oscar
Olson and Harold Pimick.
Trading at Our Stores
Is like putting money into the bank. Money saved
on every purchase and you get the same
' " HIGH GRADE GROCERIES
Special for Saturday Only
M. J. B. Coffee at 32c Per Lb. .
One daySaturday only. We will refund your
money if you are not satisfied with this coffee.
Two Stores '
J. L. Busick & Son
118 S. Commercial St.
299 N. Commercial St.
December 1 1 has been chosen by
CoaVh Mathews as the date for the nn
nual interclass cross coun'ry run. As a
silver trophy cup donated by llituscr
Brothers is to be awarded the class
team of five men which finishes first,
rivalry is gradually becoming keener
as the men arc preparing for the or
deal in nightly jogs around the track.
The freshman are known to have some
promisin" men concealed in their ranks
which will only serve to make the so
phomores work harder to repent their
success of last season. aVieine Jackson,
winner of first place last year, is al
ready in good fighting trim ami will
lead all contestants a merry pace for
first honors this year.
Kchoing the spirit of nation nl de
fense leagues, the members of the var
sity's junior class have already select
ed the class play which is to be pre
sented at the Grand in connection with
the Mayday festivities next May. Os
car Wilde's celebrated comedy, "The
Importance of Being Earnest" is the
title and judging from tho riot of
mirth which this attractive satire on
the foibles of modern society, Salem
bids fair to laugh long and loud at its
presentation. Prof. Wallace MaeMur
ray of th rhetoric department of the
university will he dramatic coacb nd
Leland Austin will be manager of the
V An Historical Fact
Even before tbe dayi of our Forefathers extracts
from tbe same Lind of root, herbt and barks, now
used in compouadinj the ingredients for S. S, S.
were well known aad extensively Died among
Science and modern method i have only changed
the Indians way cf handling the materials, the
essential features ore still in evidence in 3. S- .
Natures Greatest Blood rurificr and a natural se
quence of the Indians favorite medicine.
Crr Tus Genuine S. 5. 3. at Voca Divguibt.
I (tortus! J
XS.S.S.Co. Atlanta. Georgia ;
(Continued from page one.)
Juarez was rushed soutu early today in
on attempt to relieve the Chihuahua
On bath irlM ttin lnaaita til vasi...
day 's battle were reported heavy. 1'rit-
unrrs uu rarn siyc, in mosr cases, were
executed as soon as captured. .
That Villa's retreat last night was
only a feint and that tbe assault upon
the northern Mexican capital may be re-
iminil tiu)ii v.. (h. k.ili.f - .. . 1
E. E. Richards, the new exten- here. During the night a code message
retary of the university, will! to a mining company here stated that
the first attack had been made with
only a pst of the bandit forees en
gaged, while the main body massed west
oi me cny awauing an opening.
At 2M'J a. n. today a train of refu
gees from Chihuahua City reaenca Ju
arez. On board were several Ameri
can; After fighting had started at the
south end of tho city the train whs
nindc up and started for the bordor.
FACES FUEL SHORTAGE
Tortland, Ore., tfov. 24. Portland
may face a fuel shortage this winter
en accniouut of the freight car famine.
Dealers declared today that the supply
of high grade coal from Wyoming and
l"tah would not last 24 hours if a hard
cold 6nap should coine.
preach in the Methodist church at Ami
ty next Sunday morning. His work is
mainly concerned with the exploita
tion rf Willamette over the entire
northwest. Tho pressing demands al
ready made for his addresses shows the
country's interst in th xpansion of old
I The undersea origiu Of chalk is indi
cated by the prrtienre of minute sea
; shells which uro revealed by tho mi-.
Frea confidential advics bad by ad
dressing- Lydia & Fink ham Merna
Of th Indian nations perhaps none
were more marlike than the Iroquois.
To taem belonged the "rive nations"
the Cayugas, Mohawks, Oneida-s, On
cadagaa and the rVuecas. It was witb
them that the colonists fought most ot
their wars. Their stories make up the
story aonr this week, with perhaps one
about Massaoit who was an Algonquin,
of special interest for his relation to the
first Thanksgiving day.
All ehildren are invited to the storr
hour at the public Mrary Saturday
morning at 9:lK'
.l ne Was your burglar alarm any
goodt ' Johnson it must havavbeen Jhe
burglars took it. .
Beautiful Bust nnd Shoulders
,tJTTib,.? " A'"" wiu wew acitnliacally constructed
Bien Jolie Hrustere.
Th drartVn: weicht of an nnennnned lmt an stretches' the
supporting aiiudcs Uu.t tbe contour at llic ncure is spoiled.
nut tlie bint buck where It be
loriirt, prrr.-nt the full bait rrora
rumnr tlie .pprarince of Sab- -
far tjo-Lfs) utnrw, ruminate the dancer or .
DKAOJibREJ uruciine mueiicianilcoriniie tne
.... , Sesh ot tho tuoulUcr fitng a
SBKerul line to the entire upper body.
They are the daintiest and most scrtlceable garments imnct
namerome in all materials ami tyic: Crow Bark. Hook
trout. Surplice, Bandeau, etc Bond with "Vakho," tlie
tuatless Uuniuc PermitUncwubuif without removal.
llae your dealer show yon Biea Jolie Brawierea, If not stock
ed. w will fladiy aenu turn, prepaid, aamplcs to thow you.
BENJAMIN A. JOHXES, St W.rrtn Street, Newark. N. J.