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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALE3L, OREGON MONDAY, AUGUST 26. 1918.
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El FALL APPAREL lil fill ARRAY
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The home of Mrs. George J. Pearce,
lt l "A lisafflasllll t' M
A Complete Showing Revealing the Most Attractive Outer Garments of the
Come and see how well all the promises of beauty, distinctiveness and origin
ality in Fall Fashions have been carried out see in the garments we have the
finest and most sHIIfulIy developed style features, in short come and see a
complete display cf the best the new season has to offer.
THESE FALL CARMENTS though not as expensive as you may have per
haps imagined, have the priceless quality of giving their wearers a smartness
and distinctiveness of appearance. This is in perfect harmony with the in
creased ability to accomplish big things and the overgrowing patriotic busi
ness activity so evident in the American woman of today.
Dresses, Silks, Satins
Coats Priced -$15 to $75
Suit. $20 to $75
416 Stale St.
$9.50 to $35
$12.50 to $45
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PEOBABLY MURDERED Uoeordin,, to word received here.
Zurleii, Aug;. 2(t.-Tli, man who drove Tim above eablefc-raai does not Indl
tit ear In which (leneral von KKIi- j eate whether the vielim wi, a nuUilr,
horn was rlillng when h was slain, haswus l.'Kiilly executed or murdered while
been found banned In a Kleff prison,' a prisoner.
WESTBRIDQE IS POET.
Washington, Aur. 24.-The.atoamsliip
Wotbrude, reported torpedoed in for
l(n water on AiiRtist 1H, noa not
annk, tint has reached port, the navy
department wan Informed today.
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267 Aorta W later atreet, waa the eeene
of delightfully informal reeepiion Fri
day afternoon, given by the ladies of
the Presbyterian ehureh ia honor of
Mrs. Carl H. Elliott, who leaves sooa
for Oberlin, Ohio, to snake her home-
ine noose w radiant wita a pro
fusion of pink rosea ati:ielly plaeed
tnroouaont the rooms. Ihirinr the af
ternoon iliee Alieo Judd, accompanied
by. Miso Gertrude Eaxin, sang several
onKt ia a pleasing manner. Later re
frehnenta wero served by the commit
tee. Those who were in charge of the
reception were Mrs. w. H. Kteueloff,
Mrs. B. 8. Wallaeo, Vrs. I. A. Hodge,
Mrs. L. U. Alt man. Mix Nellie Hollea
baek, Miss Lillian Applegate, ilin
Dora Case, Miso (iertrude Kakia, Mr.
A. L. Marcoa and Mrs. George J.
On motor trip through Washington
and Oregon Mr. and Mrs. James Gaunt
lett anl little sob, Marion, of Heattle,
Washington, made Snlera one of their
stopping point. While here they were
guests at the S. (". Kafuury home. Mr.
IGanntleM im ronneeted with the Dia
mond Iron Works at Seattle, Washing
ton. Saturday a group of Salem people mo
tored to Kpringfield for a short outing.
While there they vinited Mrs. W. H.
Adrian. The party included Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Beott and daughter, Eva,
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Beott. Mr. and Mrs.
B. L. Heott, who are from Ontario, Can
ada, are spending the summer here.
No vacation seems quite so popular
thla season as a short vacation at some
beach or summer resort. People are
continually coming from and going to
the various vacation haunts.
Among'tbose who returned lat week
jfrom Netarts were Mr. and Mrs. M. J
Ceriwk and daughters, tfeamee ana Ma
rion, Mr. and Mrs. John Cornworta
an.l Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Lickel. The
party enjoyed about a weeks outing.
Mrs. Jacob A. Kie and daughter,
Hernjee, returned last week from .New
port where they have been passing a
two weeks vacation.
A party of Salem people who motor
ed over to Newport yesterday includ
ed Miss Verne Gibson, Miss Helen
Pearee, Joseph Albert and falter
Jenks. The party expect to join Mrs.
Joseph Albert, Mrs. Walter Jenks and
Miss Dorothy Pearce, who have been
at the coast for some little tune. They
expect to return the latter part of the
Mr. and Mrs. I.nther Steel njotored
dowu from Portland to spend bunday
with Hey. and Mr. Henry Talbott.
Mrs. Steel is a daughter of the Tal
bot t. i
, . .
Wallace Gilleth is visiting J. D. 8ta
pletoti and family. He has been travel
ing with the Kllison and White ehau
tauqiia and just finished lust Monday
at Billings. Montana. He expects to
leave for Kosehurg sometime this week
and next Mondiiy to continue hia jour
ney from there to his home ia Lodi,
California, where the Htapletons resided
before coining to Oregon.
Outfitters to Women, Misses and Children
HaAS ON DISPLAY FOR FALL
A MOST NOTEWOKTHV.AHMKMBLAGK OF
Silks, Suitings, Coatings
New r'ahrie new patterns, new colorings and tlnhs, Pall Tvpes of Hi
that Women will Wear and in which Barnes' ('ah Utoro ludivldiinlii
einatingly and Kef renliinglv Kxprwaed
m is Fas-
Iteveslitig the beauty of
the weaving art to Hie
hl;;liet degree. Herges
and INiplina in till lead
lug colors for Hie real
ly fine Knit.
Gabardines al eome
In strong, and for
charming patterns the
Plaids we show are dn
1 1 ii'-t I v in a clam l.v
themselves. Tliee plllid
will bo THK Fabric far
Pile Fabrics snrh as
Vtdouis and pllies are
of course ,the favurites
and to see our showing
of this. materials is to
know what really mart
roats are made of.
There is sU a splendid
lino of wool mixtuns,
Itlai-k Slid While r4ieck
and No Hag .lerv to
I li Froiu,
(hir Showing of Silks
was never boitcc I'laids
have the lead followed
by Satin Chariueii e,
tflpe de Chine Georg
ettes and Satin striwd
Tof fetus. Don't fail to
see the Worsted Plaid
Wild Silks like heavy
pongee. Nothing like it
ever shown before.
Ho much of the beauty
of any gnwn depends
largely upon the triai
uiinga used to cnilicl
lih it. Pur that reason
you always find Berne
Cauh Store eipial to the
occasion. This a great
seaMiii for Pringe, both
silh and Chenille and
ranging from i to it
inches ia width. Taxsei
of all kinds uiSl be ev
reedingly well liked.
WEAR CHEERY CLOTHES
Now. of ill time, waar ebeery elotbea. Wear them vith as air of optim'. . Thla
ia tint for sombre garba; Uiey create feeding of dowttheartadnesa and that
forshsdows defeat Make yotir ewn ctotnt t or have U.a made eaiirewily for you.
Thai Is real patriot lm. Tw ran eaally choose jour favonle material and rotor
here. WEAR CHEEKY CLOTUEA
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Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Legs, 263 South
High street, have received word that
their son, Kenneth Le(g. who has beea
transferred from Presidio, whero ha
has been in the student's training
corps, lett lalirornia tne nrnt or tne
week and would arrive at tamp Perry
Ohio, about last Priday. Mr. Legg went
with the group of Viillainette univer
sity men to Presidio early in the sum
mer. Just recently he was selected to
be one of seventy taken from the whole
student training corps representing the
leading colleges of the northwest, who
should go east to secure officers train
ing work at Camp Perry. Camp Perry
ia located on the banka of Lake Krie
and is devoted exclusively to the train
ing of men for officers. Mr. Lesir will
be at tamp Perry about three weeks
and a ill then return to Willamette
university with the rank of an officer
i in the student company.
Mr. and Mrs. Pmni Pfieffer and
daughter, Barbara, accompanied by Mr."
and Mrs. T U. Hopkins, motored down
from Albany to spend the day. While
here thev were the eue-ts of Mrs.
tieorge j. i'earve on North Winter
The state fair grounds waa the scene
of a happy puinc Saturday, whea the
members of the Nebraska society held
their annual picnic. A dinner in true
informal picnic style waa served at
noon. Buring the afternoon an im
promptu program was enjoyed, when
many Interesting reminiseeaeea were
related concerning former experiences
in the eastern, state. Later when an
election of ufiicers was held, F U.
Baxter- was elected president, Mrs.
Sadie Sorrel vice preaideat aad Miss
thai McClaiu secretary.
The most prominent affair during
ugunt waa the IWliau Pete, givea
la-.t week by the Belgian Kelief com
mission whjch was organised recently.
The fete was characteristic because
of the many original features. The Jap
anese torri which ia alwsvs found at
the entrance of a Japanese temple was
represrnttd in front of the tea garden.
It was very graceful aad beautiful ia
all of its lines aad gave aa artistie
settiug to tke garden.
Another feature that waa greatly ap
preciated was the girt dreraed ia
bright Italian cm turner telling bananas
from a pusa. care quite aigmifieaat of
The Oueea of
Every Desirable New Worth-Whfle Model is given
Representation in This Gathering, Which is Un
questionably the Best for Quality, Workmanship
and Price, to be found this Season.
Broadcloths, Serges, Velours, Cut Velours, Panne
Velours, Kerseys, and Mixed Meltons. Priced
$14.73 to $85.00 "
YOU WILL APPRECIATE-
These Coats Because they so fully Meet Your
Ideals. The Price Scale is Broad and There is a
coat here for Any Sum you had in Mind to pay.
REMEMBER, TOO, that each coat is an excel
lent value at its price.
WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
U. G. Shipley Co.
145-147 N. LIBERTY STREET
about fifteen dollars for the relief
The work and intcreet of o many
people which helped to make the fete
a success was greaUy appreciated. The
main committee in charge were .Mrs.
Alice II. Dodd, Mrs. Pred Stewart,
Chauncey Bishop and Mrs. George
42 MARION COUNTY
Continued from page one)
Bankston Mauldin, 21, 8lem.
John J. Lane, 21, route 4, Salem.
Earl Daue, 21, Snlem. ,
Dean M., Ouvall, 21, Independence.
( has. W. Lander, 21, rural route 3,
Stephen W. Marsters, 21, Salem.
Leroy Hteward, il, Stayton.
.las. W. Anderson, 21, Jefferson.
James O. Bwaggerty, 21, Salem.
William K. Jolinwu, 21, .Salem. ,
Oral O. tiarner, 21, rural route 8,
Irving Hauser, 21, Oregon City.
Kdwin I. IHchey, 21, Salem,
tieorge B- Hark, 21, Portland.
Henry 8, Brown, 21, Auiusville
John A. Hess, 2'X rural route 3,
Jacob C. llofner, 21, Siayton.
Loomis I'. Russell, 21, Silver Falls
camp Pio. I.
Inland McC. Mulkey, 21. ftnverton.
Venter N. Bones, 21, -rural route 3,
John N Neitling, 21, Stayton
Porter O Heath, 27, Salem.
Alfred W. Willis, 21, Silver Falls
camp No. 1.
iuy W. Porter, 27, rural route ,
Robert E. Wenger, 2(5. Silvcrton.
Arthur L. Schriber, 24, Aberdeen. Wb.
Clifford C. Jarvis, 29, Anmsvllle.
Benjamin I). Sheet. 2:1, Turner.
Calvin C. Post, 2S, Jefferson.
Ernest C. Bouck, 21, Marion.
Archie E. Bradshaw, 25, Stayton.
Bruna Talladida, 23, Salem.
George Bernhardt, 2o, Salem.
William Butte, Jr., 25. Salem.
Theodore Tetzie, 2S, Detroit, Oregon-1
Walter Ooughnour, 21, Salem.
Eugene L. Jones, 21, Moro, Oregon.
Don C. Stahlman, 21, Detroit, Ore.
BmI Eqtlippsd OHkm
snd Lsboralwj. AH work
207 Moron Bids.. Wish
Ugly, Unsightly Pimples
Are Signals of Bad blood
Give Heed to the Warning.
Pimples ' on the face, and other
part of the body ere warnings from
Nature that your blood is sluggish
end impoverished. Sometimes they
foretell eczema, boils, blisters, scaly
eruptiens and other skirt disorders
that burn like flames of fire.
They mean that your blood need;
8. S. S. to purify it and cleanse it of
these impure accumulations that can
cause unlimited trouble. This remedy
la the ereatest vegetable blood fron
tier known, and contains no minersia
or chemicals to injure the most deli
Go to yctu drugstore, and get a
bottle ot S. S. S. today, and get rid
cf tho?- unsightly and disfiguring
pimples, and other skin irritations.
An.-f i. will cleanse your blood thor
oughly. If yon wish special medical
advice, you can obtain it without
charge by writing to Medical Direc
tor, 2') Swift Laboratory, Atlanta,
But Lydla EPInllW. Vege
table Compound Saved
Her from a Serious
BreoVlyn, N. Y. " I offered some
thing dreadful front displacement and
no very Dad at
tack! of inflamma
tion, kly doctor
aid he eootd dc
nothing more fei
me sum I areola
have to go to tb j
hospital for aa
one rat ion. but i
-17 r; KompotJBd aad!
r h is.... .. or. .k
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have entirely cured j
me ei my troubles
and I am now in
tood health. Ian
witHrtff yoo arwald me my
testimonial and hope to benefit
ether eafferitif women by so
dun. "-Mm. P. Platt. i
he Cv-ea wit. .11 W-dUneSU. Brooily.. K Y.
if her daughters feseiaatej the people 1 spa wwie. tw Boa-
by their t.,. fortune ,ZtJ iClA
Q,:.,e a novel fe.tar,. was the fear f tnt, peeu'ar to Uvnr s errry
het.d pome. ho ,,r,.v,ded eh , lrom4ka owrJ
amitseiaent for the ehildrea. Mr. Ed- f4mou- Vdi.r
warns, owner of two of the paaiet r Fnhhaiw'a VecrtableCorepouBd. atrial,
his entire lime durisc aftaoe j If eoasBratiuoe eiait write I.ydia E.
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"BILL" HART'S HERE
BILL BEGINNING SUNDAY
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