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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, X91S
STATE FAIR VISITORS
Closing Out Sale of All
New Fall Millinery
We expect to discontinue our millinery depart
ment in order to make more room for our shoes,
coats and suits. We are making very attractive
Prices on all trimmed, pattern and street hats.
Our trimmer, Miss I. Tilton is direct from Cleve
land, Ohio, so when you buy your hat from us
you can be assured of getting the very newest
Now is the itme to get Fall Millinery for less
415 State Street
114 Liberty Street
Continued from pago one)
ing and dangerous journey, in follow
ing tho Amori ran troops through the
fit. Mihiel salient brittle.
Thin couple witorcd towns within tion balloons noma moat uneasy hours,
four hours after tho ttoups had taken
them. Their truck at one time broke
down in the middle of No Man's Land
The first night Mrs. Hol'brooK slept at
th eside of tho road and the next day
she salvaged a diminutive organ from
the late boche camp. It is now serving
the Salvationists for soldiers meetings.
Lieutenant Luke, American aviator,
continues to give the boche observa-
Ugly, Unsightly Pimples
Are Signals of Bad Blood
Give Heed to the Warning:.
Pimples cn the face and other
carts of the body are warnings from
Nature that your blood is sluggish
and impoverished. Sometimes they
foretell eczema, bolls, blisters, scaly
eruptkns and other skin disorders
that burn like flames of fire. -
They mean that your blood needs
S. S. S. to purify it and cleanse it of
these impure accumulations that can
cause unlimited trouble. This remedy
la the ereatest vegetable blood cun-
fier known, and contains no mineral)
or chemicals to injure the most deli
Go to you' drugstore, and get
bottlo ot S. S. S. today, and get rid
of thosi unsightly and disfiguring
pimples, and other skin irritations,
And it'will cleanse your blood thor
oughly. If you wish special medical
advice, you can obtain it without
charge by writing to Medical Direc
tor, 29 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta,
Do Your Fall Buy.
ing in Salem. .It .is
.trading .point .in
Oregon Today. We
give you .a .direct
invitation to see our
i ' : ' Trimmings
most likely Fabric on tho mar
ket today. Our lino of novelties con
sists of distinctive new patterns of
which the Plaid aro supreme. Tho
Worsted l'laid Patterns woven out
of raw siiks are especially captivating
Here is a collection of almost every con
ceivable weave suitable for Dress, Suite ,
or Coat. These good old fashioned
Woolens will soon be no more and folks
.will wake up to thnt fuct just as they
have to tho upward trend of prices.
Nothing outrivals thi8 material for
ionis ami as tins in to bo a season
for 1'ile Fabric we prepared to meet
the demand. Every desirable color Is
here and our 54-n: $4.75 quality is un
beatable.. See our Chiffon Velvets
! NECKWEAR Tassels
Some of the classiest novelties that ever
found their way into tho Women's Ntck-
wear section have just arrived. New Km-
broidered Net t'hemosettes and Vestoes, ,
Net Fichus, Novtlty Not, Satin, Georg
ette and Organdie collors trimmed with
Fringe or lace.
We Supplv The Whole Family with Dependable Wear
ables Baster Brown Shoes for Children, Maxine Shoes
for Women, While House Shoes for Men, Underwear
Shirts, Boys' Clothing and Mens and Women's Furnish
ings of all Kinds. . .
By OLEVIA KERSEY
THE lllahee dancing club will give
their opening dance on Tuesday
evening, October 14, at the Ma
sonic Temple. This is the first of a ser
ies of dances, which is given by the
club during the winter months. About
thirty couples are members of the ll
lahee club, which e one of the most en
joyable in the city.
Mrs. Boy Burton, nee Teta Rosen
quist, left last week for Kansas, where
she will join Mr. Burton, who is in the
federal aerviee. She will spend the win
ter in Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. John Savage motored
to Salem from Portland on Sunday and
were the house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
P. If. Fullerton of 1535 State street,
over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thielson, Mr. an-i
Mrs. W. Melvin Plimpton and Mr. and
Mrs. J. I VanDorn returned Saturday
evening from Albany whore they were
the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Per
Miss Viola Solig of Falls City spent
Sunday in Salem visiting with friends.
At a recent benefit for the Middle
Grove Red Cross auxiliary, over $182,
27 was realized from the sale. The ar
ticles were auctioned off at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J- A, Jefferson, by
F. N. Woodry.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Spaulding of
Newbcrg were the guests of Mr.
Spaulding 'g parents, Mr. and Mrs
Charles K. Spaulding of 905 Court
street, over the week end. Mrs. Spauld
ing will remain in Salem to attend the
stato fair.She will return to Newberg
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Will were in
attendance at the fair held in Gresham
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Skiff left last
week for Portland, where they remain
ed over the week end. ,
Afio MnhlA Tnmnln returned the
last of the week from Lebanon .where
she had been spending tho summer.
W'hilo iu Salem this winter she will
resido at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Bishop. Miss Temple is one of the
instructors in the Lincoln grammar
Mra MM iiilhert of McMinhville
will arrive in Sulcm tomorrow wiiere
she will spend tho week at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bishop.
Mrs. Richard Cartwright of 754 Fer
ry street, will leave Wednesday for
Portland where she Iwill remain for a
Tr BnH Mrs. Edward Younir will ar
rive in Salem this week from Los All
in.! California, to snenil two weeks
at the home of Mr. and- Mrs. Charles
K. Spaalding of 96a Court street.
His specialty is swooping on the bal
loons (after it hey Iwve been praw.n
down to apparent safety, asnulting
them as they lay on the ground and in
their beds as ho describes it.
Berlin Claims Repulse
Tln,.ll.i ri T.nnilnn. Sent. 23. Re-
pulso of 'a strong American attack yes
terday morning on a lront 01 more mu
Wwenn Haumont and R-cm-
bercourt was roported by tho German
war office today.
Artillery fighting was increased on
the whole front between the Lorraine
Heights and the Moselle, the statcmont
said. Afterwards the Americans ad
vanced' in Btrong force toward Hau
mont and south of Damiptivoux (a
mile east of Haumont,) and Rombor
court (five niiUis east of Haumont.)
They felt their way to tho German po
sitions where tliey were repuiscu.
Tho ftmmnn troorui advanced their
lines slightly just west of tho Moselle.
Britinh attacks southeast of Epchy
were-repulsed by troops of the Second
Prisoners were taken in a local raid
south of Neuvo Chapelle.
The British obtained a foothold in
isolated trenches east of Epehy.
Staff dispatches from the Amorican
front .state the American? made three
suceessful raids in tho Haumont regior
refund money if it fails. 25c
FRONT IS BROKEN
Contianed from page one)
the last avwme of escape for the ene
my wasi ox we river 13 closed," to
Important Railroads Cut
London, Sept. 23. Allied force in
Macedonia have cut the railway from
Gradsko to Prilip, according to the
Serbian official communique, receiv
ed here today.
The Uskup-Salonika railway also has
been cut, thus stopping all supplies to
the Bulgarians on the whole 65 mile
front from Prilip eastward to the Lake
Up to Saturday the allies had made
a total advance of more than forty
miles. Certain infantry units advanced
25 miles in one day,.
"To Saturday we' advanced & depth
of over 65 kilometers," the commu
nique said. "Certain infantry units ad
vanced forty kilometers in one day.
"Certain elements crossed to the left
bank of the Vardar and cut the main
railway from Scohele (Uskup) to Sa
loniki. Our troops also crossed the Cer
na and cut the railway from Gradsko
(on the left bank of the Vardar 25
miles northeast of lrilii) to Prilip.
"All the surrounding enemy is feel
ing the loss enormously."
Take Twenty Five Villages
Paris, Sept. 23. Allied forces in
Macedonia have captured 25 additional
villages in the last 48 hours, according
to a, dispatch received from the Salon
ika front today.
Heavy Enemy Raid
Repulsed By Americans
Washington, Sept. 23. Details of
the repulse of a heavy enemy raid Sep
tember 20 on the American line near
Dempvitoux wero reported to the war
department today by General Pershing.
The Germans suttered casualties and
lost some prisoners. The communique
"At five o'clock i the morning Sep
tember 20, an cnemv combat party of
two officers and 100 men, armed with
six heavy and two light machine guns
and preceded by fifteen minutes ar
tillery preparation, came from uainp-
vitoux to the "cross roads southeast or
Camp Fontaine farm to establish an
outpost, locate our front line and iden
tify our troops- Our artillery Darrage
quickly regulated to a concentration
fire, scattered the enemy and inflicted
casualties. Our infantry captured three
prisoners and one heavy machine gun.
Our only casualties was one officer
Women' Misses Children
Here is: fashion's last word in Women's, Misses', and Children's Suits, Coats,
Dresses, Waists, Neckwear, Gloves, Hosiery, Knit and Muslin Underwear,
Silk Petticoats and every item for feminine inner and outer wear
LATE RUSSIAN BULLETINS
-Harbin, Manchuria, Sept. 23. Six
thousand Germans and Austro-Hungar-
ians are threatening the Irkutsk dis
trict. Tho population of the Baikal re
gion is anxiously awaiting the arrival
of Japanese troops.
Tain Tain Sunt 23. Chinese trOODS
negotiated the surrender of 3000 Aus-
tro-Hunganans to. a force or zeens,
near Kaikhita, when they mediated be
tween the Czechs and 4000 Austro-Hun-garians
who were fleeing.
Continued from page one)
Rome, Sept. 23. Capture of
sixteen additional villogns an?
a ne-y advance of seven and a
hal fmilce was reportod in the
Macedonian comiliuiiisue tod'.iy,
"Overcoming the resistance
of covering parties and diffi
culties of the terrain, we con
tinue our pursuit of the en
emy,' the statement said
' 'After an average advance of
about twelve kilometers and
the rupture of sixteen villages
our left wing and centor reach
ed the line of Cairli, Dobrosovo.
Musa and Oba, We carried Hi
strong position of Mount Bobiste
with cur right. We have taken
BATTLE WITH MEXICANS.
At! Hont. 23. f!it Mar-
shnl Joseuh Crowley and Deuutv United
states Marshal Henry Carlson, were e
jrvly wounded ana one Aloxican was
Wftl in ntttia hour hattlrt hetween the
officers and ifve Mexicans here, early
today. The officers wero attempting
to arrest tne Mvxicans on cnarge ot
ItitliiK Hum, llnrriann. minn bllftril at.
tho Unite,! Vorde mine, who was killed
Hun soldiers, according to news dis
patches are to be given new helmets
designed to protect the neck. Sure
enough, that's where they are getting
simple, being composed of flago ad pat
. All the Salem dealers will be there.
Lee Gilbert with his Elgin Six, l"elano
& Eoff with the' Chevrolet, and the
Valley Motor company, with the Over
land, will make special showings of
their cars. '
Portland dealers who will have cars
at the show are:
ApperBon Motor Car company, Apper
sou; Braly Auto company, Franklin;
J. H. Graham, Case and Scripps-Booth;
Chilcot-Nash Motor company, of Sc- j
attic, Nas car and truck; H. P. Bone-j
steel of Salem, Cadillac and Dodge;
Covey Motorcar company, Portland j
Cadillac ami Dodge; International Har-j
vester company, International ftuck;
Koohiing Muchine company, N. W
Gury and Sterling trucks; Northwest
Auto company, Cole Eight, Stcarns
Knight, Keo, Port and Marnion cars
and Bethlehem, Duplex and Indiana
trucks; Oldsmoble Company of Oregon
Oldsmobile; KisselKar and Federal
truck; Huberts Motorcar company, Ee
public truck; Salem Auto company
Chevrolet; C. L. Boss Automobile com
pany, Hudson and Maxwell; Talbot &
Casey, Cultivator; W. H. Wallingford
Premier, Liberty and Briscoe; D. C
Warivn Motorcar company, Volie ear
and Velio Truck; Wentworth & Irwin
Inc., 1 M. C. truck; Willys-Overland-Pacific
company, Willys-Overland anj
-Willys-Knight; Daniels 8aleg agency
Daniels and Douglas Eights and Pulton
trucks; J. S. Moltr.ner, Empire; Motor
Sales corporation, Garford truck.
Tractor Bhlw Featured.
Opportunity for seeing the latest and
most approved farming equipment anO
for vxamining many of the improve
ments designed to contribute to tho con
veniencc and comfort of rural life, will
be on view at the fair. The display of
threshing outfits and tractors will be
especially notable. Spraynig outfits,
milking machines, separators, hay load
erg potato diggvrs, planters and manure
sproadors and other implements tending
to economy of labor on the farm will be
shown, and also concrete mixing and
Tho tractor show will bo held alt
this week, from Monday to Saturday,
From thy baby tractor to the big
lumbering giant of a tractor they will
all be hero. A large list of entries is
already in and it is expected that even
more will be coming in along with the
tractors themselves the first of th
COATS ' $14.75 TO
SUITS . !. 424.75 TO $75.00
CLOTH DRESSES . '. $ 9.75 TO $45.00
SILK DRESSES . . . j .$14.75 TO $50.00
LINGERIE DRESSES ....$ .93 TO $ 5.00
CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS. $3.98 TO $25.00
Just received a good shipment of women's silk hosiery in the dark hrown
, ' shade at $1.50 per pair.
You will find bur assortment good, and our prices are in keeping with our
store policy assuring you full value and a lasting satisfaction with every pur
chase made. '. , - Jiirif'1''-
U. G. SHIPLEY COMPANY
145-147 N. LIBERTY STREET
Many Entries In.
Here aro some of the entries that
have appeared on the scene, a number
of thj machines beings already here:
International Harvester company, Port
Ian, Intornaional traetor; Vick Bros.,
Salem, Fordson tractor; B. M. Wade &
Co., Portland, Heuler tractor; J. A.
Freemen & Son, Portland, allwork trac
tors; John Deere Plow company, Port
land, Holt Manufacturing Co., Portland,
Holt Caterpillar tractor; J. I. Case
Threshing Machine company, Portland,
Chase tractor; HodsonFecnaughty Co.,
Portland, Awry tractor; Delaval Dairy
Supply Co., San Francisco; H Pohle &
Son, Salem, Bam Hunter & Co., Port
land. Northwest Auto Co., Portland, La
Crosso Happy Farmer and Sandusky
tractors; Oregon Moline Plow company.
Portland, Moline tractor; W. H. Wall
ingford, Portland, Parrett tractor; A,
H. Averill Machinery Co., Portland,
Russell tractor; Wentworth & Irwin of
Portland, Samson, G. M. C. Sleeve-grip
tractor and a number of others.
Somo of thes companies represent
more than one make of tractor, so it
is evident that a large portion of the
state fair will be devoted exclusively
to tractors for the wee.
Decision has been reached by the
stato fair officials to give all the op
portunity for demonstration that the
owner, and agents of the various kinds
of tractors wish. As a result the week
will see a thorough and highly repre
sentative showing of just how the farm
tractor is helping to win the war by
aiding the farmer to increase food pro
duction at an actual saving of man
power and a saving of cultivatable land
otherwist required to grow fodder for
Demonstration in Flowing.
Th demonstrations will be made in
the midfield of the one-mile track.
Plenty of room is provided there for
all tho plowing that will be attempted.
In the event' of rain no inconvenience
will be experienced by visitors, as the
housing of tlw Coliseum will give suffi
cient protection. Regardless of the
fact that there will be a showing of
tractors such as never before seen at a
state fair on the coast, the Coliseum will
tuck them away in one corner, as it is
credited with being the largest building
in the United States under a single
truss roof. Consequently there will be
plenty of room for almost any sized
crowd that wishes to surge about the
2:24 Trot $600
3-iB. ft M., O. P. Mauzey, Salem
2 Al Kader, A. H. Lea, Salem
3 -If eister 's Lynwood, FYel Warl,
agent, Hemet, Oal.
4 Beauty B, R. H. Ball, Seattle, Wn
5 Joe Ansel. R. H. Ball. Seattle. Wn
6 Bon Fire, Frank McAllister, Nortr
7 -Ben T, A. A. Fidler, North J'ow
8 Cavalier Gale, L. Perrisio, Salem
9 Lena Bond, Will Merrill, Corne
10 Oregona, T. L. Davidson, Salem
11 dionaray, T. L. Davidson, Salem
12 Mountain Buy, J. D. Springer,
13 Senator H. Jr., P. V. Philips,
14 The Hasin Express, C. N. Clark,
ltt Trigone, C. W. Short, Santa Ma
17 Irene Dudely, D. J. McDonald,
15 Perrio, Ziogler ft Misner, Port-
18 Reuben Kirk, Wales ft Luchia,
, Lcthbridgc, Canada
IB Kubell, James Oswald, I a'gary,
20 Red Star, Mrs. Jas. Stewart, Cal
21 Mary Munson, A. B. Barrie, Me
2:24 Pace $750
1 Helen Hal, J. Carson, Winnipeg,
) S Mark Huntley, J. Carson, Winni
3 Iva Zinn, Wm, Byars, Spoi.ane,
4 Hemlock, Clarence Todd, Port
land. 5 Bertie Seattle, C. T. Stiles, -Hoar-don,
6 Elfreda, Mrs. F. H. Herman, Seat
7 Baron Regent, E. A. Kirkendall,
8 Helen Mistletoe, G. L. Baker,
9 Teddy Ham, Mrs. R. T. Dicker
som Portland, Or.
.10 Ruth Hal, G. K. Howitt, Portland)
11 Elsie Johuson, David innnas,
12 Vesta Vernon, S. a Bailey, Port
land IS Jim De .Oro, S. S. Bailey, Port
land 14Eurcka, D. W. Wallis, Los Ba
15 Teddy Montana, Wales & Lhia,
1 Robert Bruce, Mrs. Jas. Stewart,
17 Joe McKay, Q D. Baber, Spo
Company Heavy Loser
A net loss of $163,806 was suffered
by the Home Telephone & Telegraph
Company 0f Portland last year, accord
ine to the company 's annual report filed
with th public service commission. The
company's operating revenues for the
yean- were $252,002, and the operating
expenses were $251,743. In addition
there were interest and othvf charge
to be met. '
Report was received by the eommis
sion from the Corvallis Independent
Independent Telephone company, show
ing its annual operating revenues to be
$21,084 and expenses to be $19,359. Its
surplus for the year was $204.56.
Onerntinff revenneR of tbA Oreffon
4l' .. - ,1 - If
Amazing results. 4
Cleanses scalp unit-
KWlf(VlAf C-na foil.
liiK hair. Eliminates
and prevents dandruff.
Reduce oily condition.
Enlivens Rioivih. in
sures abundance o i
MRS. IRENE SCOTT, 125 N. High St.
i t 1
City and Farmers Independent Tele
phone, as shown by its report, were
$5,451, and expenses $6,509.
The Home Telephone Company of
Linton collected in operating revenue
during 1917 tho sum of $1,883 and its
expenses wero $1,760.
Naval Training Station
Is Under Quarantine
San Francisco, Sept. 23. The' naval
training station at Yerba Buena Island
was under quarantine toaday as a pre
cautionary measure against the spread
of Spanish Influenza.
Th0 commandant of tho station said '
no cases of influenza have occurred at
the Island, but in order to prevent it
reaching there the quarantine order was
Dr. William C. Hassler of the board
of health said so eases of Spanish in
fluenza have been reported in the state'
Let Fels-Naptha soap
Because it is soap and
naptha perfectly com
cleans quickly and
thoroughly. And it -makes
less. Prove it every time
you have a room to
Your grocer setts