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rHK UAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OBE. FRIDAY. JUNE 14. 1918.
remendous Bargains at the
BIG CLOSING OUT SALE
Grand Closing Embroideries A Large "Assort- Granite Ware
Out Sale of $6 Emb'd's $2.00 ....
: Ribbons. : 53 Emb.d.s $m DE
50c plain n . .
Ribbons ..39c $4 Emb'd's $1.66 QuaKty SIk Porcelam
;45c and 50c plain
. Ribbons .. 29c $3.50 Emb'd's $1 ' . kam
35c and 30c plain GIoYeS mm
Ribbons .. 25c $1 Emb'd's ..50c
23??I,ain ' " , x K "n c- ti in our 5c, 10c, 15c
Ribbons . . 17c One large assort- 50c, 75c, Sac, $1,
15c plain . . "
Ribbons llic ment now 10c yd. $1.25, $1.50 a pair Basement
One Assortment Black Petticoats Tablets White Laundry
of Waists of Sateen Much larger and Soap
Values to $3, now or Heatherbloom better than sold 5c per Cake ,
50c $3.50 values $2.89 elsewhere at Laree Boxes 0f
Another Assort- $3.00 values $2.39 these orices Wi MatPhM
ment-vaL to $6, $1.75 values $1.49 nese prices Hummer Matches
Now 98c $1.25 values.. 98c 5c and 10c 5c per Box
ONE ASSORTMENT OF
$2.75 values, now. . 75c
$4.00 values, now $1.25
$6.00 values, now $1.50
$8.00 values, now $2.00
$9.50 values, now $2.50
Corner Court and
Coml Street, Salem
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Signature of CUCU
(Continued from page one)
that after the war those who have bat
tlod abroad will bo impatient of the
old campaign slogans of both parties
and will demand in the leaders defi
nite ideal that will give the working
man a definite place in the sun. This
We have gone through our stock and cleared our
shelves of broken lines, odds and short lengths.
These are marked down, for Saturday's selling, to
such a degree as to make them real worthwhile
bargains. . i i, l ... r; , . y
Women's White Canvas Button Oxfords and Shoes
at $1.35 and $1.75. Old Ladies' Lace Oxfords, extra
wide, former price $1.G0, reduced to $1.25. ' Low
Heel Lace Oxfords, extra wide, former price $1.95,
reduced to $1.55. Broken lots women's ldv shoes,
mostly Patent Pumps, some with straps, formerly
priced At $2.75, $3.00, $3.25, for Bargain Day, $2.20,
$2.40 and $2.75. Broken lots Girls' Low Shoes, sizes
82 to 2, in' patent and gun metal strap slippers,
reduced to $1.50, $1.70 and $1.85.
A full line of Gun Metal Button Shoes, extra good
values at former price of $5.85. Get a pair at $4.65.
A fine Kid Lace Blucher, straight last- dress shoe,
reduced from $5.85 to $4.45.
Short lengths, from iy2 to 6 yards in fancy silks,
stripes and plaids, plain colored chiffon taffeta and
others priced up to $2.00 a yard, bargain day
Short lengths of all kinds suitable for dress pat
terns, skirt patterns, waist patterns and other pur
poses at cut prices that will clean them up quickly.
Bear in mind that every purchase today is a bar
gain, considering market conditions, but these are
just a few of the SPECIAL BARGAINS you'll find
here Saturday, all of which are worth your time
also has been Ford's industrial policy
for some years. His appearance in the
senate, therefore, is looked upon by
some hero as forecasting perhaps the
foundation fur a, new alignment in politic.
SCHOOL YEAR ENDS
(Continued, from page one)
refund money if it fails. 25c
Bf CAROL 8. DIBBLE
tures of the boys of the high school
who are now in the service of the coun
try. According to the Clarion Annual, high
school boys now in thfl service aro an
With Company M, 162d Infantry
Glenn Ackorinan, Rodney Alden, Frank
Durbin Louis Goldberg, Benjamin Boise
rrnnlfZinu, Theron Hoover, Eustace
Davis, Herman Bailey, Eugona Gill, Jay
Brown, William Abbott, Herbert Wend
low, Wilbur Daily, Ray Loter, Archie
Holt, riiil Single, Dave Swaggerty,
Konneth Aspiuwall, William Smith,
Floyd White, Percy Streyfcllcr, Frank
Princo, Donald Bradford, Andrew Vin
cent, Orley Leffingwoll, Georgia Bock
and Hayward Fowle.
With the United States Begularsr-?
James Gardner, Carl Wenger and Frank
With the Nary Edward Clark, Oral
Hagedorn, B.eece Jones, Milton Cox,
Glen Pierce, Clifford Smart, Harvey
Wilson, Quay St. Clair, Nick Orioff, Le
land Van Bibber, Harold Aspinwall and
Navy Medical corps James Lambert.
Navy Badoi Service Dale Weigel.
Coast Artillery Mark Skiff.
Commissary Allen Kafoury,
Ambulance corps Ira Mercer.
Aviation corps Elmer Cook, Join
Scofield, Paul Bnle and Walter Olson,
Slacker Von Tirpirz
of Hood River, Claims
Relationship to Admiral
Portland, Or-, June 14. Charles Tir
pita, aged 21, who failed to resistor
Juno 5, declared today he was a dis
tant wetative of Admiral Von TirpitZi
grand admiral of the German uuvy
and father of rutlrlessness.
Young Tirpits said he would be glad
to enter the army, but aid not explain
why he did not register. Hi futher,
who brought tho toy from Canada at
the age of four years, in an American
citizen, although he is at present in the
(Inquiry at the prison disclose tho
fact that Ernest von Tirpita is doing
time At the prison under tentence ot
"20 years to life," for rape. He was
sent to tho prison from Hood Kiver
county July 5, HU7, and admit the
boy arrested at Hood Kiver is bis son,
but indignantly denies being any re
lation to Admiral von Tirpit the
father of German submarine ruthless
uess.) . -
Russelite Leaders Do
New York, June' 14. That the in-
teruational Bible Students' association
furnished ltfOO form affidavits to draft
objectors veeRing to evade service was
admitted iy William A. Van Ainurgh.
The engagement of Miss Loia M.
Ashby to Henry C. Ei b tor, member of
the third officers' training corps at
American Lake, was announced last
Saturday evening at a delightful party
given by Mias N. Alma Ashby, a cous
in of the bride-elect, at her home, 210
South Nineteenth street
The announcement of the betrothal
was made known to the guests at the
refreshment hour, the table being cen
tered with a collection of little silk
bags, each of which on opening dis
closed a tiny lucky log,bearing the at
tached names of the young couple. The
wedding will take place the latter part
of the month.
Before going to American Lake, Mr.
Eichter wee engaged in Y. M. C. A.
work, at Vancouver, Washington.
The hours were merrily whiled away
with amisic, a mock wedding and read
ings Iby Mrs. Blanche Howard. Masses
of luxuriant roses lent , lovely decora
tion to the rooms. Miss Gertrude Ash
by assilated the hostess in serving.
Those present were: Mrs- Blanche
Howard, Mrsi Jay King, Mrs. Guy New
gent, Mrs. Fritz Vance, Mts. Edward
Craven, Mrs. O- J. Wilson, Miss Doris
Eichter, Miss Euth Van Patten, Miss
Mildred Maples, Miss Blanche CoTy,
Miss Pearl Eyre, Miss May Eyre, Miss
Laura Yantis, Miss Flora Grice, Mr.
and Mts. H. C. Stovall, Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ashby-
Miss Bertha Mooreis of Portland was
the guest of her brother, A. N. Moores,
yesterday. Mass Moores came down to
attend the commencement exercises at.
Mrs- William P. Brown and Mrs. W.
H. Eldridge are passing the day in
Mrs. Henry J. Bean will be the guest
of her daughter, Miss Grace Bean of
Portland, for the week. end.
, ., ) - ..... .. y,
Mrs. P. Coshow of Bbseburg, who
has been visiting in Salem the past
week, is enjoying a short stay in Port
land.Sho will return to Salem tomorrow
remaining a few days longer as the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Knassoe
Pickens, and Mrs. Thomas Kay, before
Koine back to Koselmrg.
Little Miss Mareella Gill is a guest
at the homo of Mrs. F. L. .Purvine for
a few days. Tho victor s tho daugh
ter' of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gill of
the Portland! Seed company. .-' .- -
Mrs. Aahel Bush will return, this
evening from a short stay, at Portlands
Mrs. J. C McKinncy of 1394 North
Church streat has returned home after
month's visit with her parents m
Mia Tn.isv Duckcrinir loft this morn
ing for her home at Everett, Washing
ton; Miss Ducker ng, who had super
vision of the penmanship in the Salem
schools, does not expect to return to
Miss Charlotte TcWbins and her sis
ter, Miss Elizabeth MOD'Dins, juuaum
w;n.n.mt university, returned to
their home at Portland yesterday for
Mrs. Grave Eoff will visit her son,
Asel Eoff, in Portland over tne wees
end, going down tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D- Adams and eon,
T1,1 ,.t Winner. Idaho, accompan-
, . , . . i i 1 1 .... f
ied by Mr. ana Mrs. jonn "uw
swkane. Washington, were Salem vis
itors this week, having come to at-
t.a the irraduauon ot wauacw Juiua
t on of Mr. and Mrs, Adnms, from
imiversitv. They were
vv jiinuiivv w - . , . - ....
Wcasantlv entertaineu (tuning
f . . m ci nfll.ln. . Viva VimA.
H'tiy tiy Mrs. x. o. " , ,'
lass Siur naw streett. me pany
vi f(nlav. Wallace Aaams r-
turned to Idaho with M parenig.
its treasurer, testifying in the trial
of himself and other followers of the
late "Pastor" Bussell for alleged vio
lation of the espionage act.
Although he had testified that ha
and associates conducted tih organiza
tion without compensation, except for
an allowance of $13 'a month for ex
penses, Van Amurgh said that a check
for $2500 payable to his account was
the gift of a wealthy member of the
association. ... . .
II. Bodison. another defendant
identified several letters he had writ
ten .to followers Ot flwwell urging
them "as consecrated Christians y to
BARGAIN DAY SPECIALS
For Saturday, June 1 5
Special arrangements have been made for this annual merchandising event
with the idea of giving greater values than ever whe - the present market
conditions are considered. This surely is the time to make your purchases for
not only the present but for future needs.
Will be offered throughout the store; the displays conveniently arranged so
that selections can be made quickly and satisfactorily. Extra salespeople
have been engaged and will be here to give you all possible assistance.
Here are noted a few of the many bargains which will be sure to delight the
thrifty buyer of QUALITY MERCHANDISE:
Odd lines Women's and Children's Black Cotton Hose 15c Pair
Odd lines Women's Underwear, low neck, no sleeves and high neck, long
sleeves. Three special prices 12VC, 19c, 35c
Children's Hair Bow Ribbons plain taffeta and novelty ribbons, 4'2 to 6
inches wide, a big value at 22c
Women's and Misses' Neckwear organdies and figured lawns, two special
lots 48c and 79c
Women's Lingerie Waists, lace and embroidered trimmed, two lots which
K win go fast v..u: 69c and $1.48
Women's and Misses' Silk Waists, Crepe de Chine, Georgette, slightly mussed
from display but big values at. $1.98 and $2.48
: Women's and Misses' Breakfast Suits, made of good quality percales, per
Children's Gingham Dresses, ages 2 to 6, 6 to 14 ..... ,L t4g
Cotton Khaki ' 'Farmerettes" Overalls, decidedly serviceable, per suit . .$1,98
Women's and Misses' white wash Skirts, pique, gaberdine and duck, spK $1.48
Women's and Misses' Lingerie Underwear, combinations, envelopes, and J.
r gvmm'...: ji.48 and $1.98
One full rack Odds and Ends of Suits, Silk Dresses, Silk Kimonas, marked
at prices less than the cost of materials.
TwoJRacks of Odds and Ends of Kimonas, House Dresses, Skirts, etc. Your
choice, per garment . . 11,00
EARLY SHOPPING IS APVISED
U. G. Shipley Company
OUTFITTERS TO WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN
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Possess exclusive merits.
JOURNAL WANT ADS SEl
Anniversary of American
Arrival In France Observed
Paris, June 14. On the anniversary
of the arrival of American troops in
France, President Foincare today dis
patched a message to President Wilson
expressing his admiration at the "mag
nificent American effort" and extend
ing his congratulations,
"The troops of the allies are living
in the most difficult hours of the war,"
tho message said. "The rapid formation
of new American units is sure to restore
th0 balance. Thtn the allies' will take
decisive revenge and found the peaco
principles you hava laid down, malt
ing certain the reign of right and liber
ty among nations."
Poincare also wired General Pershing
congratulating him upon tho admirable
fighting qualities displayed by tho Am
erican troops and wishing him contin
Paris, June 14. "A notable
decrease," in the number of sub
marine sinkings in the western
and central regions and the Eng
lish channel has been evident
since tho blocking of Zeebruggie
and Ostend harbors, it was semi
officially announced today.
tt An, Vmm ti Uh
keeps your skin
gives your com
plexion the at
Then are many
'h for some .necifie ml All n
fecKd la a atata tout anuria muck
"FLIRTING WITH FATE"
WHICH GIVES-DOUG' A CHANCE TO DISPLAY
ATHLETIC FORM MORE THAN EVER
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, FOR FLETCHER'S
MRS. IRENE SCOTT
125-N. High St.