Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, November 27, 1916, Page TWO, Image 2

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THANKSGIVING
Dinner Table Needs
Make your Dinner complete.
Low bowl table decorations, Wax Candles and Shades
in pumpkin and all colors, Table Glassware, Minton
and Haviland China Ffh and American Dinnerware,
Carving Sets.
WM. GAHLSDORF
The Store of Housewares
Phone 67. - 135 N. Liberty St.
jnionths visit in Salem,
Mrs. Armin Stciner went to Tort
I land for a short visit Saturday, accom
panying Mr. and Mrs. Earl AnderBon
who motored down.
Rev. J. M. Heady of the Unitarian
church is arranging to give a series ol
interesting sermon dramas at trie
church during the season and will be
assisted in his efforts by Mrs. Anna
Honors Fish. The dramas will be a fea
ture of Sunday evenings and a number
of Mrs. Fish pupils wi.ll appear in
the productions.
j Mrs. Mary Ellcrsick, who has been
Ivisiting at Iho home of Mr. and Mrs.
i Edward Looso for a couple of mont'ia,
will leave Thursday for her home in
Spokane, Washington.
Bell-ans
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
. State House News
Fire broke out at' the' penitentiary
this morning about three o'clock and
burned a hole through the floor of the
A merry little party of Friday night 'auditorium into the.eommissary depart
ment. No further damage was done anu
it was extinguished befort it had time
SOCIET Y
By ALINE THOMPSON
will flock to the
n"ONIOHT society
1 Grand theatre to attend the open
ing of the theatrical season with
the distinguished comedy, "Fair anil
Warmer" which comes direct from
New Vork after a successful two years
run at the Eltiugo theatre.
...
Miss Rita Steiner and Miss Margery
Marvin wero nmong those going to l'ort
land Saturday to attend the perform
ance of "The'Cnrdvn of Allah,'' at the
Hcilig theatre.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Johnson, wero
hosts Tuesday night when they enter--tained
the members of the T. A. N. O.
club and a few additional gusts at an
informal "500" party.
I'layers circled five tables of tho
game, card Jionors fulling to Clyde
Johnson. -Mrs. Clyde Johnson and Mrs.
Frank Ward assisted Mrs. Johnson.
Tbn members included in the club
arc: Mr. and Mrs. Miller IJevier, Mr.
and Mrs. Konin Hunter, Mr. and -Mrs.
Cnl Fatten, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.
Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Hay F. Rich
ardson, Mr. and Mrs. Frauk Ward, Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Johnson and Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Johnson.
Tnc additional guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. J. Bernnrdi, Mr, and .Mrs. Charles
F. Elgin and Mrs. L. K. 1'nge.
jwas tnat given ny me .Hisses r,suiei
land Hazel Anderson when they cntor
itaineLa group of their friends inlor
Imnlly at their home on Court street.
The lore part of the evening was
I passed playing games, after winch, a
; marshiiiullow roast was enjoyed,
i -Those participating in the evening's
fun were: the Misses Hazel Blake,
'Catherine Lynch, Marion Allen, Alma
; Henderson, Helen Ogdcn, Annctta Shio
jder, Marie I'ogy, Cora Kovelstead and
Adolph Htccves, Josepli Arapps, jr.,
and Uustave Anderson.
...
Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Ranch have gone
to Corvallis to visit for several days.
Professor E. C. Bobbins of the U. of
O. accompanied them and was their
guest at the O. A. C.-Oregon game Sal
urduv. ...
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Brown pre
sided over an informal dinner yesterday
in honor of Captain and Mrs. C. A.
Murphy, who arrived in Salem Satur
day night from Pendleton. Captain
Murphy who has recently been appoint
ed warden to fill John H. Minto's
place at the state penitentiary, is a
brother of Mrs. Brown. Captain 'and
.rs. Murphy formerly lived in Salem
and their return is the source of mucli
joy to their many old friends.
To inspect the W. R. Cat Stnyton,
Mrs. Alice E. Caldwell, assistant in-
Ispector of the Salem corps and Mrs.
Eugene Houston lias returned from j Marion Wells. Mrs. Bessie Martin anil
a several days sojourn in California. jrs Kfito Wright punlap, motored to
Mr. Houston went south to accompnny that city on Saturdav, accompanying
his mother, Mrs. H. B. Houston, who ' rr(1. Caldwell's cousin. i A. Porter
returned to Suuta Rosa, after a few
Every In6rc3icni Purclvfc Actable
te tup csMtne m i w . . - H
VECEWBIE-MINERAL MEDICINES
If you were as careful of the medicines you take
when lick at you are anxious about the disease it it taken for
a wonderful difference in your future health would result.
In a vegetable product like t. S. S. there is no violent alter ef
fect -u il found in mineral medirinti hut a natural an f-
ficient meani of reaching the blood and purifying it, to
mat ii may pertorm ms lunctioni reauuy. j SgSjH
Rsmmbar inv mlnaral It molint iiitsrlsl ta cut Infa vmip T3:i3
OillClll latinor. Demand genuine
j ray;
1. 1. 1. at your druggist, it is pure-
id the
ly vegetable am
Jiluod Kcmedy,
Standard
THR MINK IS THB
SOUIiCE OF VIOLENT
MiNUmAL DBUCS
Swllt Specific Co. Atlanta, Ga.
of Fresno, California, who has recently
comn to Salem to spend tho winter. Jn
Stnyton the party was met by Com
rade Khcphuru and a dinner was cn
joved before the corps inspection.
...
At tho W. R. . bazaar on Saturday,
Mrs. Florence Lewis was tho fortunate
winner of tho handsome silk quilt, for
which the corps sold chances during
tho day.
SEATTLE BOAT LASTED QUICK
Scuttle, Wash., Nov. 27. The Nor
wegian steamship Nils Neilsen, 12,000
tons, launched hero two weeks ago, and
bound for Vladivostok with a cargo of
munitions for the Russian government
wns reported in distress 100 miles west
Of Cape Uluttery today.
to spread. It is believed it originated
from cigars thrown- into a cuspidor in
tho auditorium while the committee ap
pointed to make a survey o" fthe peni-'
tentiary was visiting the institution.
The cuspidor was a wooden one and
was filled with sawdust, it is believed
the cigar coals set the sawdust afire,
which smouldered until early this morn
ing. The committee making the investi
gation is composed of F. W. Mulkey,
E. E. Brodie of the Oregon City Enter
prise, and L. I. AVeutworth.
Rulph Watson, political writer for the
Portland Journal, was a state house
visitor this morning. He is looking into
political matters and was interviewing
people. He left for Portland this even
ing. Frnuk K. Welles, assistant state
school - superintendent, is in Astoria,
Clatsop county, today to attend a teach
er's institute. He will be absent today
and Tuesday, and is scheduled to give
several addresses.
Realizing that people are living in
the last days and that the second vis
ible, personal coming of Christ, is at
hand and that evil men mid seducers
are waxing worse and worse and that
nil men will be lost who do not hear
and obey the teaching of (od as re
vealed in tho Bible, the Bethel Mission
Association, of Woods, Tillamook coun
ty, filed articles of incorporation with
tho corporation commissioner this morn
me. The great object of the association
ig to warn mankind of the coming judg
ment day. The capital is given as 1,
000 and" the incorporators are Rev.
Leigh A. Northrup, I). C. Collier,
Charles Blum, E. P. Thun nud Mary
E. Woods. ...
For the purpose of engaging in the
manufacture of lumber, the Sitka
Spruce company filed articles of incor
poration today. The enpital is placed
at $20,000 and the home office is Port
land. Tho incorporators-are It. W. Wil
bur, 8. C. Spencer and H. B. Beckett.
To Cure a Cold In One. Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QFININE
Tablets. Druggists refund
fails to cure. h. w
turo iB on each box.
money it it
GROVK'S signu-
"25.
Do Your Christmas Cash Value JSai'tetiftadhMcre Ouality Silk Dress Goods
Shopping Early for Cash Jnkt4Jfrfc Merchandise A Practical Gift
January 1, 1917, marks the twenty-fifth year in the history of our store. During
the twenty-five years we have enjoyed a steady increase in our business. This is
largely due to the fact that we have remained true to our policy "CASH VALUE
FPU CASH." We have demonstrated the merit of this policy, and will continue to
give One Dollar's Worth of merchandise for A Dollar CASH.
Silks Still in Vogue
Our collection of Staple and Fancy Silks has been selected for the most clever women
dressers. Styles and qualities beyond description. We mention a few;
Georgette Crepes
Georgette Crepes. A Wonder
ful range of new shades. Extra
quality. Black, Navy, Cream
White, Pink, Copen, Mais, Pur
ple Wisteria, Green, Gold, Rose,
Silver, Wine, Flesh, Grey and
Coral. $1.85 per yard.
Crepe De Chine
A large assortment of 40-inch Crepe
.1,. ii,;,,u -mi.i.,,i;,i r.i,ui;.v v.,.v t.,.1,...
Int. n.-fitia 11 twl iftuti
lnr for wais's and dresses. Colors
Melon Pink, Cream, white, Flesh, Afri
can, Tan, Mais Nile, I,t. Navy, lars
Navy, Coral, Peach, Wine, Turquoise,
Black, Copen, Emerald and Navy Blue.
tl.40 ier yard.
SPECIALS
For quick disposal we have repriced
many old pieces and short ends.
Changeable, Plain Colors, Stripes,
and Plaids, taken from our present
assortment of Handsome Silks. Reg
ular values $1.50, $1.65, $1.75, $1.85
per yard. Now $1.25 per yard.
LADIES' HOSE
Just received New Me
dallion aud Motiffs for
trimming Billie Burke
Dresses. Simple and ex
quisite. Also showing
large display of Fur Trim
mings, all wanted and pop
ular kinds. Can match
your suit or eoat.
Trimmings
FANCY FIBER SILK
White Boot Black Top -Blue
Boot Black Top
Black Boot Goblin Top
Black Boot Pink Top
Champagne Boot Pink Top
Champagne Boot Goblin Top
White Boot Pink Tip
Taupe with Black Stripes
Black with Fancv Stripes
SILK HOSE
Naw Blue Silk Hose
Skv Blue Silk Hose
Lavender Silk Hose
Wisteria Silk Hose
Purple Silk Hose
Brown Silk Hose
White Silk Hose
Black Silk Hose
Old Rose Silk Hose
We also have complete lines of Ladies' Cotton Hose and
Cotton and Wool Stockings for Boys and Girls, including
"Boy Scott," "Knickerbocker Maid" and "Co-Ed" brands,
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Warner Corsets Modart Corsets Quality Merchandise Popular Prices
SHIPLEY'S
3 fotie IVlr.ro 7 Ends Our November Sale on Women's,
UdyS lYJOre 3 Misses and Cnildren's,
; OUTER GARMENTS
Extraordinary Values Suits, Coats
and Dresses
L. SHIPLEY
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10 PUT ROAD BUILDING
ON BUSINESS BASIS
State Engineer Calls Atten
to Necessity of Perfecting
Organization
If the state of Oregon is to secure
the $Miiii,!iO(i of federal money available
for the construction of good roads prior
to July 1, 1919, the coming legislature
must provide a state load plan ami
adequate funds to meet federal re
quirements, aecordniK to a statement
of State Engineer Lewis, whb attended
a businessman's luncheon in Albany
Pill yevr home atmospTicfewith exquisite lasting fragrance?
ED. PINAUD'S LILAC
The great French perfume, pinner of highest international
awards. Each drop as sweet and fragrant as the living Lilac
blossom. A celebrated connoisseur said : "I don't Fee how
you can sell such a remarkable perfume for 75 cents a bottle" and.
remember each bottle contains 6 m it is wonderful value. Try it.
Ask your dealer today for ED. PINAUD'S LILAC. For JQ'ctnti .
our American offices will send you a testing bottle. Writ today.
f ARFUMERHLED. FINAUD, Dcpt M
ED. PEiAUD Bldg New York
MM IlllV TmSTSSi
Saturday declared that the minister of
justice had resigned. With the demnnds
made by Admiral Fouinet, of the al
lied fleet, for disarmament of Greek
forces and the "provisional," or rcvo-
l lurioinry government unoer iormer ito-
takmg a de
the neutral
mier V emzelos at Crete,
termined pro-ally stand,
Quiet on British Front.
London, Nov. 27.-Artillery fighting
mound LnBassec, but otherwise quiet
nil along the British front, was reported
by (jenernl Hir Dunging Haij; today.
Bulgarians Repulsed.
Taris, Nov. 27. .Sunguinniy repulse
of a Bulgarian counter attack made on
Saturday." He indicated it was necci-1 , stand. The l.nmros ministry is the
ministry is evidently hard put to keep Hcrbiau forces in the Cerna sector of
sary for the statu to have an organixa
tion capable of executing a plan or a
road program that might be adopted
by the legislature. This because the
federal money available will be turn
ed over to state organizations for ex
penditure, in the opinion of Mr. Lew-i
is the state has too many conflicting
road laws and too many road officials
who work more or less independently
of each other. It is thus impossible to
get a general standard scheme of road
buildinr to cover a series of years.
Accordingly at -the meeting in Al
bany Saturday a resolution was drawn
up asking each organization working
for improved roads to appoint a dele
gate to meet on the last day of the
annual meeting of the county clerks
and judges, which will be held in Port
land. It is aimed to form a joint asso
ciation under whose nuspiccs a general
meeting will be flirnuged for some
time early in .limitary to arrange plans
for meeting with the federal road act
demands. Tho resolution was carried.
fourth formed
months.
in Greece in as many
Refused Safe Conduct.
London, Xov. 27. It was officially
announced today that the British gov
ernment has refused a safe conduct for
Count Tirnow Tarnowsky, recently ap
pointed Austro-Hungariau ambassador
to the I'nited States.
the front near Mouastir Sunday night,
was announced in today's official state
ment. On the allies' loft wing the Italian
forces continue their progress in the
mountains of tho region about Dihovo,
Rumanians Retire.
Buchnrest. Xov. 27. Retirement from
the Alt and also from Topnlos, a little!
eastward was announced in today's oi'-.:
ficinl announcement.
I Cannonading at Verdun.
Taris, Nov. 27. Cannonading at va
! rious places along the front, particular
j ly in the sector of Vaux and around
jVorp Dmiauniniir, wns reported iit to;
day's ofiicial statement. "
ui. .UJ, Bduioq -uunoa nouapi
iju ut (niMiiof dqj ui puoi
aa tiiav aav avuoj, mhn
IS
. (Continued from pago one.)
crossed the Danube in an effort to turn
at their flunk. Still farther cast along
this southern front is (iurgin where nt
tempt luis been made to force a crossing
of the Danube by the Bulgarian-German
forces. This point is a bare it) miles due
south of Bucharest.
Bulgarians Co-operate.
Sofia, Nov. 27. Complete co-operation
with Gerinitn troops was rendered
by Bulgnriau forces in Hiding the in
vading army into Hunuiniii. Today's of
ficial statement asserted that it was
Bulgar detachments, en-operating with
Falkeuhnyn 's German forces, that were
first to cross the Diinube near Sistova.
There, Simnitza fell into the Bulgnr
ianss' hands with a big store of grain.
Falling Back But Fighting.
Tetrograd, Nov. 27. The retiring Ru
manian army in western Wnllachiii is
taking advnutnge of all the natural fea
tures of that terrain to resist the enemy
advnnee, according to the war office
itii'eeinit today.
Having crossed the Danube near Sim
nitza, the Teutonic forces have placed
observation posts on the river Vede,
occupying positions between Valent and
Rnsedeawnde.
In the north Wallachia r.one of fight
ing, the report dctnjled artillery combat
in the Tabla Bulz.i and Prahova valley
valley regions, also in the Drngoslavele
sector. In the direction of Swardiosa
there were violent engagements.
To Fight Still Harder.
By John H. Hearley.
(United Press staff correspondent.)
Rome, Nov. 27. Firmer consolidation
of all forces for an even more vigorous
conduct of the war will probably result
from discussion of Italy's part in the
struggle expected to be precipitated im
mediately the envening of tho chamber
hp will demand that Italy make an im
mediate peace. There is every indica
tion that he will be savagely attacked
for such a suggestion and that all forces
will unite against him in approving con1
tinuance of the war and greater vigor
to Italy 'a participation. . ,.
Alexandria Taken.
Berlin, via Sayville, L. I., Nov. 27.
Alexandria has been captured from
the Rumanians in Wallachia according
to today's official statement.
German and Austro-Hungarinn troops
under Lieutenant General Krafft Von
Delmensingen, advancing down both
sides of the Alt valley from the north,
threw the enemy behind the Topologn
sector, said the official report.
Greek Cabinet May Quit.
Rome, Nov. 27 Dispatches from Ath
ens today declare the resignation of the
cabinet ia imminent.
1 '
At noon today, refresh the mouth and :i
cleanse the teeth with
For The Teeth
Powder Gream
A Standard Ethical Dentifrice
Send 2c stamp for (generous sample of either Dr. Lyon's
P'erfect Dental Cream or Tooth Powder.
L W. Lyon & Sons, Inc
W. 27th St, N. Y. City
Drspntchee from Greece during the
last few days have indicated impeuding
dissolution of the cabinet formed on
October 10 by M. Lanibros. A report
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