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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON- THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1918.
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This" litter will brihjs tOwopoftaat; and trust
welcoae ntmn concerning futyire plans for the General Arthur and
Robert' Burns cigars in the Pacific Coast .territory
i3 Jtaa knewr these ia cargr both, madj bj 3,' rj
BWttX SUXS la S&iffldL&l Ml arJSasasMe.' General Arthur has an
'excellent sale in -a few territories. Robert Burns, howerer, is
old frosLCoast to coast and from border to border, Robert .Burns
is our great national brand - nationally smoked nationally dis
tributed and nationally advertised. I to sales are mounting more
rapidly than those of any other brand of its class
We shall therefore withdraw General Arthur from the
Coast. and. concentrate on Robert Burn,v"
From your standpoint we believe it, will be much better
for you'inTthe long run, to be identified with Robert Burns, the .
leading national brand in its field, and to piace all of 'your sals
effort behind it. Certainly, the General Arthur. smokers will find
complete satisfaction iii Robert Buroe."
From our standpoint, it is going to bs much more effic
lent to pack this cigar under the name of Robert Bums only, be
cause that will save a great deal olfactory detail in printing
labels and bands and in packing.1 '"- ' , (
With Robert Burns we will also place in your care that
most popular of little cigars in our line rLittle Bobbie, which '
will, sell atjj.'
Thanking you and your trade ana the General Arthur
smokers in your territory for cooperation J.& this forward step, we
TO OUR FRIENDS:
This chant of policy haa our
be arty cooperation. It it thoroughly
in keepin( with th timet. It will
mean nor cooiUnt stocks of the
elf ar you enjoy 10 much.
GENERAL CIGAR CO., INC,
Rcmembe little" Bobbie a small cigar'imZLvety
c7fave you tried one lately ?
Draft Boards Urged
Tft PracArvo" ATI Dab the 0l',u'r was i8a"a for 003
10 rreserye au idia triia n exliiuinpi that
iiiiloit on. draft registrants, both classi
fied and physically examined, before
Washington, Xov. 21. rrovoat Mar-'in vitally necessary for administration
hal General Crowdvr today uracil all j of the war insurance act and future
4raft boards to preserve all data com- peimion laws.
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MISS .TEAXKTTR BtKVTIT becamo
tho bride of Louis H, Kachor of
Silverton toduy at a quiet home
wedding solemnized at tho home of the
bride's mother, Airs, lsabello Booth,
1805 Market street. The cemmony was
performed by Knv. V, 0. Kautner of
th o Conirresntionnl church at one
o'clock in the pnwnco of the immedi
ate relntives and friends. Lovely yel
low and white chrysanthemums form
ed handsome decorations in tho rooms.
The bride was most attractive in her
travelling costume jf dark brown vel
vet. Mrs. 'Visehor has passed the (renter
part of her Kirlhood in Salem and is
prominent in musical activities of the
ctiy, being a pianist. She is a
sister of Miss (ieorgin Booth, also e
musician of considerable talent, now
appcuring on the eastern Opheum cir
cuit. The bridegroom belongs to an old and
well known family, and is a son of
Mr. 11. S. Fisolier of Corvallis, He is
malinger of the Silverton branch of the
Fischer" flour mill. After a brief hon
eymoon the young eouple will be at
home to t heir friends at Silverton,
where they will, reside. !
1'cspite the fact that nny of the
Soldiers in the various cantonments
throughout, the country are to be re
turned to their homes for the Chriat
inas holidays, tne nm.ioruy of them
ill aeverthelesa pass Thanksgiving in
camp, and determined efforts are bo
iug made by the women active in war
work in the adiacent communities to
make the day as pleasurable and as
homelike a on as xissible for the men
whe must partake of the Thanksgiving
turkey away from home.
A number of patriotic women in Xew
port have taken charge of the serving
of dinners next Thursday to the men
of the spruce division stationed near i
Newport. Two well known former a
lemitcs, Mrs. Margaret Ostome and
.VI im Harriet Kigdon, tb former of
whi ui is a devoted Ked, C"ss worker
in the coast community, and tho ihiocr
a teacher in tho Newport high scltool,
hayo the nianagoment of six dinners,
which will be served to that number of
Mrs. Ella Watt returned last night
In view of this undertaking, Mrs!
Osborne and Miss Kigdon have sent
word to friends in Salem, requesting
that contributions of flowers from the
Capital city be eent them, in order that
tho Thanksgiving table9 may be made
as attractive as possible. They sug
gested that inasmuch as-the customary
autumn foliago is more or less of an
every day story to the men, whose
duties take them into the timber .the
greater ipart of the time, the use of
fall flowers, limited as they realize
the variety is at this time, would how
oyer be a welcome change for the. sol
diers and provide a decided home
.Consequently all Jnlem residents,
who pride themselves on their flower
gardens can contribute with slight ef
fort a novel bit of cheer to the Thanks
giving festivity in the spruce camps.
Tlrose having any flowers whatsoever
nre asked to leave their names either
at the V. Y ('. A. or with Miss Doro
thy 1'earce, telephone 34SJ.
Miss Kll Watt returned last night
from n ten day's stay in Portland
where she attended a convention of the
Mrs. Francis Hubbard has returned
from a week's visit speut at Portland.
Mrs, Josephine Elgin of Albany ar
rived in Salem yesterday for a visit
of several weeks with her sou and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harry K.gin.
The members of the Leisure Hour
club were onjoyably entertained yes
terday attemoon y .Mrs. Ueore J.
1'earce at her residence 6n North Win
ter street. Mrs. K. O. .small also shar
ed the role of joint hostess for the
club matrons. The rooms were prettily
adorn d wi:h chrysinthemums. Mrs. A.
.T. i contributed to the pleasure of
the cir,r with several vocal numbers,
as i'..' i also Miss Dorothy Pearee, iho
j ave s number of piano seleetionsi.
About 20 cluu. wvinoers participated
iii the informal afternoon sponsored by
their hostesses esteriiay. The club
meets regularly on the third Wednes
day of the month and will be entertain
ed next month by Mrs. Charles Weller
and Mrs. P. H. "Raymond- at the for
mer's home on Chemeketa street.
With Thanksgiving eve a week from
last night plans are growing apace for
the dancing party to be given by the
Mies entertainment committee of the
Illahee Country club. Invitations were
issued the fere part of the week, the
invitational list numbering over a hun
Tho affair will be given at the club
house instead of in town as originally
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Fisher mo
tored dowH-fo Eugene .yesterday, re
turning home today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sutherland en
tertained as tlieir guest the fore part
of the week, J. W. Morrow of Port
land. Mr. Morrow is the right of way
man for the O. R. X. railroad, and was
in Salem for a few days on business..
The members of tho Chemeketa chap
ter of the Daughters of the American
Revolution will assemble Saturday after
noon at two thirty at the residence of
Mrs. James J. Heltacl, 470 North Sum
mer street, for their first meeting,
since the order was issued by the health
authorities prohibiting gatherings of
The meeting Saturday will mark the
third anniversary of the organization
of the Chemeketa -chapter. It will be
a strictly business session as there are.
several questions to -come up for the
consideration of the members. Reports
of tho year's work will be heard and
data assembled for reports to be for
warded to Washington, D. (J., regard
ing the war work done by the local
chapter. The national committee of the
Daughters of tho American Kevolution.
are preparing a summary of the Jart
playe dby the Daughters in war activ
ities, and with this in view have re-;
quested tho various chapters through-.
out the country to send in reports. j
The annual election of officers of ;
tho Chemeketa chapter will not be hold
until January, when the work for the
new year will be outlined. '
Mrs. W. B. Summerville was hostess
to the members .of the Yew Park Cir.
clo of the Methodist church yesterday
afternoon at her residence, 1160 Cen
ter street.- Roses and chrysanthemums
intermingled with greenery formed at-,
tractive decoration for th-j atfair.
Plans for the annual dinner, which
will bo given next Tuesday evening at
six o'clock; were discussed. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public on
this occasion. Mrs. D. E." Scott will bo
tho next hostess.
Mrs. Summervillo was assisted at the
serving hour by Mrs. Jesse George.
Calling during the afternoon were: Dr.
and Mrs. R. N. Avison, Mrs. O. W.
Becklev, Mrs. J. ,G. Reiglemau, Mrs.
Scott, "Mrs. U. O. Holt, Mrs. Clyde
Hawley, Mrs. Minnie M. Morse, Mrs.
D. E. Scott, Mrs. Fred Ellis, Mrs.
Jameg Lisle, Mrs. 3. T. Matthews, Mrs.
A. A. Underbill, Mrs. Jesse George,
Mrs. Clyde Beekley.
ft ft ft
- Mrs. Lela 6. Lynch-will leave to
night on a business trip to Seattle and
NOVEMBER CLEAN-UP SALE OF
IS THE EVENT OF THE TIMES
Never before have there been offered such a com
plete assortment of fashionable favorites, so com-,
plete a listing of sizes, so complete a range of values
to suit all purses, placed on sale at the very height
of the season's demands, at prices so remarkably
COATS ...$16.48, $19.75, $24.75
SUITS . $19.75, $24.75, $34.75
DRESSES. ..$16.48, $19.75. $24.75
U. G. Shipley Co.
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I Popular Prices
WASHING WON'T BID
HEAD OF DANDRUFF
The only sifre way to get rid of dan
druff is to dissolve it, then you destroy
it entirely. To do this, get about tour
ounces of ordinary liquid aivonj apply
it at night when retiring; use enough
to moisten the scalp nnd rub it in gent
ly with the finger tips.
Do this tonight, and by morning,
most if not nil, of your dandruff will
bo goi, and three or four more ampli
ations will completely dissolve and
entirely destroy every single sign and I
trace of it, no mntter how 'much dan
druff you may have..
ou win find, too, tliat all itching
nd digging of th? scalp will stop at
once, and your hair will be fluffy, lus
trous, glossy, silky and soft, and look
and feel a hundred times better.
You can get liquid nrvon at any
drug store. It is inexpensive and never
fails to do the work.
fair share of soldiering during those
lust four years. This is the career of
George Clark, a young soldier from
Clark joined the border regiment on
August 5th, 1914, and received his 1st
wound in Franco, Octobor 9, 1914.
Ho remained in hospital until April
1915, and then was transferred to the
Essex regiment and was sent to tho
Dardanelles. I ;
The transport in which he sailed was
torpedoed, and Clark with 30 others got
into a boat which rocoived a direct hit
from a Turkish shell, Clark and onC
other soldier swam ashore.
He assisted in the Gallipoli landing,
and was wounded again on June 29. lie
rejoined his battalion Nov. lj and was
sent to Fiance, where he was wounded
I'eb. 13, 1916, by an explosive bullet.
Uo underwent an operation which ne
cessitated the insertion of silver tubes
iuto his stomach, but by April, 1917,
ho had recovered and was transferred
to the Iondon regiment and again sent
to Frauce. He took part in the British,
jffensive, and went ovor the top 13
timos in 10 days. "
He was wounded in October, and rc
muined in -hospital -until April -of tills
year, when- he was discharged from the
Now ho is having a struggle about
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dependable means of breaking up stub
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very prompt in action. Under its neal
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Roes, phlegm loosens, breathing becomes
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Ret good night'g restful sleep. The
usual throat and chest colds are con
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croup, whooping cough, bronchial asthma
or winter coughs.
To make this splendid cough syrup,
Kour 2i ounces of Pinex info ft pint
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granulated sugar syrup and shake
thoroughly. If you prefer, use clari
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instead of sugar svrup. Either 'way,
you get full pint a family supply
of much better cough svrup than you '
could buy ready-made for three times
the money. Keeps perfectly and cb.il- i
dren love its pleasant taste. I
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