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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL SALEM. OREGON TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1913.
Latest Models in
An exposition of Au
" tumn styles in dress
f Hats, neatly trimmed
portraying the new
est creations from the
Many of those beautiful new hats
will be shown for the first time to-
Various styles to select from all new
and different, some are faced with
Satin or Georgette Crepe, large,
: small and medium shapes, in all the
: : If you are interested in the new mo
:: dels you will find here just the kind
:: of Hats that will be worn the com-
ing season at prices ranging from
$5.00 up to $17.50.
i Portland Cloak & Suit Co.
By OLEVIA KEKSEY
Hi: delightful 'club rooms of the,
I V. W. C. A. will bo oouvorhM in
to a reception room, on Wednes
day aftonioon. when a Tarit't 8tamp
teS will bo given, for the purpose of
raising funds for the erect ion of tho
woman's building at the I'niversity of
I Oregon- Out of the total amount or
! ifiOo.dOO to be raided lor the erecuon
I of the s'ructuro. about $2i,000 has
it Increases Weight, Strength
and Nerre Force iu Two Weeks'
Time in Many Instances
'Take plain lito-nhosphaie" is the
been donated in small allotments, and ; ' 1"'. "" '
bv various means. ..-h as teas and ; nvous ,.oo,.le who hick v.m. uurj.
eharitv affairs and fetes. j mrve force ami thoie seems ta b.
The' tea will be .-resided over by , ample ..root of the ettn a .-y ot tlus pr. p
Miss Kthel MeCilchrist. Miss Doris a ration to warrant the re.-omu.en. a
ri,,i,;il Vi Ai;,e W.d.di. Miss Con-! "" Moreover, if wo judge trom tlu
I stance Cartwright and Mrs. Frank ''o'.ntless preparations ami '"'
0 .. " i. t which are continually being advertise.
iPM.nrs. jmnuf .ne pas. " ...iv . . . ....
I .. .. .i,;.f.- .i.,.;.t ..., . to.. hnve beer. purpose of imlKing nun peop.o
T ! " 1 1 "'. "" - i tlhv .i..,i.,;. ,, ... I
f Court and Commercial
which are continually being advertised
for the purpose of making thin .eopl.'
iven in the Wt towns in Oregon 1 "'sn.v. UcvewiniiR arms ne. am. o. m,
; ..... t iirn. an.l replacing uirlv hollow
... workers o. im u -.v - . ,
Urn. Mrs. George T- Gerlingor. a mem- the soft enrve.l lines ot health and
1 ber of the board of repent is at the W'aut.v, more are evuientij inou.-uno
T i . ... : . nt ...en nun u-nnoM. iv H. keen v leel
hea.t ot the movements una u is . '
through her able assistance that the : excessive tlnnness.
teas have been a pronounced success, j Ihmness and weakness are U-uallv
I liuriu- the afternoon a delightful to starved nerves. Our bod.es need
.in.) .nt.Hninin .nilsicale AV'.ll be illV-
fin,. fr Arthur .T Balm, a versatile!
I reader, will give several numbers, in !
'her most ('liarminv; manner. Miss I'M.-
abeth Levy, Miss Doris Ohurelull idol
Mrs. Alfred Schraiuu. will also assist- j
The admission to the tea will be one,
or more thrift stamps, an.l it will be aj
patriotie duty to the government, in
ithe thrift stamp movement and at the,
I same time assisting with the budget of j
I the woman 's building.
Assisting- at the samovers will be'
Mrs. Clmuneov liishop and Mrs. Wit- j
Ham McOil.hiist, r.
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Thatcher will re
turn the last of the week from a de
lightful outing in the mountains above
tirand Konde in Yamhill county.
Mrs. Harold Smith who has been in
I'ortlaml over the week end will re
turn to her home iu Salem the last of
the week. She was accompanied to
Portland by her son, Carl Smith. Mr.
Smith returned to Salem Sunday even-
Mrs. Blanche Iloward recently re
ceived a telegram from her daughter,
Aliss Irene Howard, who ''"s beeii
in New York, during the past number
of months, taking the preliminary nurs
es training, that she would sail within
the near future for France, where she!
u-ill t,il.-o mi ptiv-n iiurciiiiT Atiua tfnw. '
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Presents The Incomparable
Mist Josephine i'.ltit. r.'f.'rio.;
'ten experience teith Bll'KO J'iOi-
1'HATB, says: "ll is remarkable u..
it did for me. After a jew days I
began lo regain my strength, felt mi
r life, was able to sleep soundly ana
'II my little troubles seemed to dis
'pfeetr. I gained tweUi pounds in
niorephcsphato than is contained in
modern foods. Physicians claim there
is nothing that will supply this de
ficiency so well as the organic phos
phate known among druggists as bitro
phospbate, which is inexpensive and
is sold by most all druggists under
a guarantee of satisfaction or money
back. Bv feedinrr the nerves directlv
ard spent a few weeks during last win-1 and by supplying the ho.lv cells with
ter with her mother, who is an employe :tile necessary phosphoric" food cle
at the State library- En route to New mcntSl bitro-phosphate quicklv pro
York, a few weeks was spent in Ucr i duces a welcome transformation in the
LINEN TABLE Reduction on SILK CLOVES
NAPKINS FEATHER 50c , 7oc, $1.00
A-l Quality BED PILLOWS $1.25 and ?1.50
Reduced in Price ... .
from Old Trices and -Wonderful qual-
Silk Floss Uy f0r thcse
Kl.Af.K Sofa rillows . prices
PEITICOATS SILK SEWING 35c Combs
$:i.50 Petticoats THREAD White, Black and
V'S Spool C0l01S' nW
$1.73 $1.19 Silk Floss A1s) cheaper
$1"")0 " $"98 Skeins for 10c Combs at Reduc-
MP.N'S " ed Frices
WOMEN'S AND gf ' Kid Gloves
CHILDREN S ctdaw hat -25 and
BATHING rp &o
SUITS FOR PRICES Quality A-l, T?
LESS THE LOWEST Not m sizes
hile you can
God styles in
Values to 10c
Other Laces 2 for 5c, lc
5c, 10c, 19c, ;!5c Yard
former home in Moutaua, with friend.
Miss Howard, when in Salem, was a
student ia. the Nvulanictte university,
where he' had many friends.
Miss I'onstanee f'artwrinht return
ed to her home on 1TA Ferry street, af
ter havini; spent the past week in Port
land, as the guest of friends and rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. V. AV. Moore are en
tertaining Mr. and Mrs. E. Sieliler of
Santa Cruz, California, and Mrs. V. V.
Koberts, during the week. Mr. and Mrs.
Siekler have lieen in 1'ortland during
tlie past month visiting with friends
and are en route to their home in Cal
ifornia. While Mrs. Koberts, a sister
of Mr. Moore, is leaving next week for
Seattle, where she will be the guest of
friends fur a few weeks.
Mr- and Mrs. Klza Kurtz and chil
dren, Chester and Alvin, are spending
week at their farm home north ot
Whitney Loise of Portland was the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Keuben P.
Boise overthe week end. He returned
to Portland Sundnv evening.
En!"FHTc'TT,i H r.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Fullerton motor
ed down to Oregon City over Sunday
and spent the day nt the homo of Jlrs.
Nora (iiinrd Miller. They were accom
panied bv Mrs. Walter L. Spauliling
and her brother, Corporal Clay C. -Mil
ler. Jlrs. Miller is the mother of Mis.
Miss Olga Cray, after having spent
the past few weeks as the house guest
of friends in .Newport, returned to Sa
lem the first of the week.
appearance; the increase in weight
frequently being astonishing.
This iacreaso in weight also carries
with it a general improvement in the
health. Nervousness, sleeplessness and
lack of energy, which nearly always
accompany excessive thinness, soon
disappear, dull eyes become bright and
pale cheeks glow with the bloom of
CAUTION Although Bitro-Phos-phate
is unsurpassed for relieving nerv
ousness, sleeplessness and general weak
ncss, owing to its remarkable flesh
growing properties it should not be
used by any one who does not desire to
put on flesh.
Corner Court And
Com'l Street, Sakn.
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Guranie farm efficiency.
Stand yean of hard (ervice.
Light weight ay to handle.
"Junior" for S plows, "Senior" for I
(Our 2-plow machines coming noon.)
NILSON TRAC10R SALES CO.,
East Morrison at E. Third St.
stand fails he will probably lie forced
back to the Mouse line and the prob
lem of hammering him back to the
H'nine or breaking through and rolling"
up his line will b0 only u matter of
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warfare is regarded as th futile effort
to sink the Mount 'Vernon. Advhs ut
hand today show 1)5 dead, though it had
been supposed the entire crew escaped.
Senator James Hamilton Lewis, of Illi
nois, was aboard the transport home
war,! bound, bm was unscathed.
Tl.v Mount Vernon adventure was ris
ky for a submarine. Iu view 01 the
protection afforded transports, the U
bout eominaiider was taking far more
of a chance than is customary in Teu
The Herman admiralty, howec,,
understood to b(. under wjt heavy pres
sure, both from the war lords and the
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Chittenden and! w", ' 1 '1' ""'""'i to ma ku good on
son, liichard, and Mrs. liuth Sayre and: '"'as ll,e t"'t(-d States troop
! little grand daughter, Mary liuth Savre1 9!" "m"" '"' 'b'stroyed. This pressure
Have retumeil Irom a delightful vaea-r . . " "' " " "T imeimoiis
vl inu leuions to L'o 111) nL'ainst he cer-
tiou trip to Pacific, Citiy,
Mrs. Alice Miles after having spent
a month's outing on the SileU river.
j has returned to her home in Salem.
Fall Tm 0-nc hrivj. fn'cmVr TiJ
"""i.1 oi ocsi ruction or tlieir umlersea
cra- i -. ''aia
i.aval experts are fully confidant of
the allied -American ability to kevp on
sending troops ;w at present. They
have never ilj!iiiv, the possibilities of a
L'-boat pirkinsfoff n transoort. ' Thev
d(i maintain, however, that (icrnluiy
will iPi u' r,;ie-t a wall of conveys and
ticularly when she saw how formidable
the American army was becoming.
He pointed out that the attempt
against the Mount Vernon showed con
clusively that the German doeH not in
tend tu let transports get through if
he can prevent it.
JO very transport,' going; or coming, in
in more or less danger lie s,ndj but point
ed out that the navy is increasing its
iiiiii-hoi. marine measures in comparison
ti:v expected new energy of the
i'., 1. , , .
miii!i js nnouu not io nave a very
i.mi-omw supply- of submarines.
i hey are suihciout, however, to muse
the navy to be especially alert at this
Incidentally, Paniels pointed out tliat
HAY FEVER 1
n ASTHMA ll
Allll,M,.,l.,.f. . iVffl 1
the record for transporting troops with
practically no losses has proven amaz
ing. A year ago, h admitted such a
record would have seemed almost im
possible, in view of the former inroads
Tf was said that tho department has
no information of any transport attack
at present oher than that against the
Mount Vernon which was unsuccessful.
Election On Tomorrow
Chicago, Sept. 10. Illinois senatorial
candidates loosed their final campaign
today, preparatory to tomorrow's pri
maries. Chief interest was fixed in tho bat;
tie for the republican nomination, in
volving three eamlidates.
Congressman Medill Mid 'ormic.lt, (ton
(jrossuian (leorge 10. Puss and Mayor
William 3Iuli Thompson of Chicago.
Senator J. Hamilton Iewis was re
garded as certain of re-nomination by
the democrats. He was expected to
have little opposition from Jame (
Monroe and James Travnor. Lewis
bears the endorsement nt Prni,lent
Opponents of Mayor Thompson have
attacked his ntlitmlc icmilit! IU
war. Thompson, on the other In
has affirmed his patriot mj M
accused hi enemies of persecuting liic
McCorniick and Foss ronrjiijM
congressional records as justifying m
Congiessiiuial candidates in tt
nominated in ten districts,
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