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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2:1, 1918
this tiie flubs wUl be a great strength, 'jfiven t the Maonie Temple and about Outside visitors for the event in- J
" By CABOL S. DIBBLE.
! eithtCEn counts will iiartieiiiate in the i eluded: Mrs. Mabel
Mrs. Amy Wright was the motif of dancing gnreties. A sust native holiday i Wooifbtirn, Mr. -and
a lovoly birthday party I ties lay after- totieh will prevail m tne reeora :1011s,
(.'ontinued from page two)
jjt.noou, when a gronp of intitjnte friends of mistletoe and otle-r Vuletirte greens.
g ; surprised ner at tier residence, law Several alumni flub munwii from
Mill street. They came laden with a 'the University of Oregon ai.d O. A. C.
i'e.ital birthday vake, an offering of; will com up for the dance The chsp
gorgeon white chrysanthemums anil aieroue will be Mr. and Mrs. V. 1.
mvn'inble birth. lay irast. The after- Jstaley, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Nelson, Mr.
noon was merrily nhiled swav with ; and Mis. Heekart.
.i..n nn.l tn nil til,. f,l..rnf, ' Ii,h A '' Sll-TOP. ailil mt'sil. I
Vet behind Hie Uuiimiiistratiou i Tlll eimpsiu the party of guests! The auuual ofiieial visit of the wor-
1 ... .. , , , . were. Mrs. (Ic-orge Vokum and n..all 1 ' - srand matran of the Order of the
l.ow. All the e.ubs wille Deeded for g0B Jt ot Dallas Mr, j ym Mra..Mal),, niemWtl
reconstruction work aJ their organt- iVtuaUson, Mrs. William Wilkin, Miss ; foimed the .wiision of at). .e?prially
.Vations should be held intact she says.jlura Uandle, Mrs. D. W. Mrs. interesting lodge .ioa Tuesuny night
Without the support of the elubwo--' George- l. Dnna'dson, Mrs. Minnie IS. iat the Mawnie Temple. The "regular
ien, tne food ruifs wilt liav? poor up-1 uus unan, .Mrs. J. wiwer, Mrs. cm- order of business was gene through
ort, said Mrs. (.'atner. She urges all mett Hinkle, Mrs. R. V. Kutsel, Mrs. I with, after whiiii a most pU'asi tig pro-
tiuusowives to reutemcer that the thou ti asrai irailio, Mrs. i.. o. v. rignt, Misa jfram was given, followed by darning.
.wihIs of soldiers abroad and the hun-jAlta Wright. !Th parlors wee brilliant wi'.h mass-
e of deep yello marguerites.
Tbe members of the Fritudg ehtm-Ji l FVatiireci'on the program wltb the
fcf .people of Kurope a'J kok to this
(country to Jceep them from starving-.
Mrs. Castner wants to in;rrst I';!! fiighlmid hell g most de'ijihtful ro- musical reading of Mrs. B'anohe How
led Cross elirclos that have worked
'together so efficiently. "t become .1
Jart of the slate fodeiatioti iii tho. a".i
I'lan for Americanization vork aud i:i
'reconstruction. The who!. iiii.cliiery
the big state tekratioii w'!l be put
It ; work for the benefit ;( the woin.v;
jubroad, for the heii) of 'lie lioiricrhik-
fs, the families of solmm needing
ceiit;on YVerinesdav night in honor of aid. who has frequently charmed Sa
the nasv pasror of the church, Dr. Lee : loin audieirce v.-ith her readings, which
Guemey and his wife, Dr. Ida J. duer-jare invariably eharacterize l by a de-
iiey, who as also an ordained minister, hhtf ul simplicity of inrerpretatabn
A varied program was given during the and a whimsical note of blent humor A. Lee at her home, 1515 State street
Swank of Aumsville, Mr. and Mrs.
iuhn and -Mrs. Jstiles of Pullman,
xvjskington, Mrs. Wakefield of Cress-
well, Oregon, Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Sites
tf oalcm and Mrs. Gray.
The Epworth League of the Leslie
Methodist church held an interesting
meeting Thursday evening at the
ihurch parlors. The gathering formed
the midweek meeting of the ''Win My
Lhum s;nes, a weekly church session
participated iu anuuallv bv the church
The meeting Thursday n:ght was
led by Miss Helen Ingrey. A social
hour including music and games fol
lowed, concluding wifh the refresh
ment hour. The social program was
planned especially for the younger
membcis of the Kpworth League. About
The senior Kings Herald's society
of the First Methodist church was en
tertained this afternoon b? Mrs. A.
evening, about M uiemDers enjoying and' tenderness Mr?. Howard s udied
thi irf.'a'r, which took place at the par-, under Mrs. 'Anna Rogers !''isli during
soin;t". Or. and Mrs. Guerney are new-'the bitter's residence in ale.m. Mrs.
comers in Sulem, having arrived from Howard gave' as her first number, " An
I'elp in communities or for Hiy Othi r I Knkomo, Indiana, the first of Septem- Mweetheart of Miine," by James
' rposo on wliu li tue wmnoii tire uced
th The Americanization work will bn
Vn i 11 jfortnnt part. Study along these
lines will be necessary.
As llm war wcrk will U'usi'n there
twill come the reconstruct 'on work. For
Miss Faith Tridav is presideut of the
society, which numbeis 15 girls Ja all.
The director is Mrs. F. 6. Francis.
Whitcomb Riley, and foMowed with
. , ' j"There Little' Girl Don't Cry," also
n illH Ml Ul l "v MHiiiKt 1 en; 1 TI1I iiiniu , . . . - ,
merry tonight nt the "annual inform- u' ,ul,''- waru was sympatnev Tno ptlWic gfhooU whieh have bceB
al" held by the Julius Caesar club of icnlly accompanied by Mrs. J. S. Ans-1 closed for tho past month on account
the high school. Tho affaii "will be ten on the piano. of influenza, will open again on Mon
day, Nov. 23, unless new eases tlevclo,
The parents of Frank iras win
was wounded some time ago in battle
in France, havs received the sad news
of his death from the wounds.
Mrs. Carrie Helbock has purchased
the August Nibler eottage, and Rubeu
Cutsforth will move Into the M.- a
Cobb house opposite the F. A. Mangold
Gervais is getting to be quite a hog
center. Wednesday there wero about
forty teams lined up at the yards to
unload; Lutsforth liios. shipping four
car loads to 1 ortland. . . . . . ,.
The majority of farmers are about
through sowing grain aud most of them
are taking advantage of the coming de
mand by mowing lnrge acreage. If the
weather keeps good a week or so longer
To build yourself op when
you feel 'run down to.
bring back health, appetite
and strength take
jthere will be more grain sowed this
.year than for several years in this sec
Lauren Christofferson, who has been
home on a furlouph, returned Tuesday
nurnnig to" his duties in the postal ser
vice at the Brooklyu Naval yard. He
had been Summoned home on account of
the serious illness of his brother Hans,
but did, not arrive until after the lat
ter 'a death and burial, Lauren was
looking well and says, now that the war
is over he does not know how long he
will bo kept in the service.
Dr. H. O. Hickman, who has been
down with the. influenza for tho past
week, was able to get out. for a short
time Wednesday and although . yet
quite weak he hopes to be able soon to
resume his practice. The doctor had
been goiug .night and day for some
time on.acocuut of tho epidemic, and
contracted, a cold -which developed in-
x,ut-uA. ue rnuic uvuf luvilig pneu
monia, but credits his escape to having
previously taken the influenza serum.
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Try Musterole. See How
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You just rub Musterole in briskly, and
usually the pain is gone a delicious,
soothing comfort comes to take its place.
Musterole is a clean, white ointment;
made with oil of mustard. Use it instead
f mustard plaster. Will not blister.
Many doctors and nurses use Muster
ole and recommend it to their patients.
.They will gladly tell you what relief it
gives from sore throat, bronchitis, croups
stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion,
pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and
aches of the back or joints, sprains, sora '
muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet;
colds of the chest (it often prevents
pneumonia). Always dependable.
30 and 60c jars; hospital size $50l
Tho news of the marriage of Miss
Nettie Rnsheim to W. F. Golden. rencheri
Silverton early this week. The marriage
tooK place Tuesday morning in Port-1
land, uoth tlie bride and groom are
well known here where they have many
menus. Mrs. Uolden is the oldest dau
ajid has lived in thig city and vicinity
from childhood. Mr. Golden was for
merly employed by the Pacific Transfer
company. They will make, their home
in Portland. Bilverton Appeal.
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STARTED OFF WITH A RUSH. WE WAITED ON HUNDREDS OF CUSTOMERS YESTERDAY. SOLD MORE SHOES THAN WE HAVE SOLD ANY WEEK DAY EXCEPTING '
SATURDAY THIS YEAR. THIS PROVES TO OUR SATISFACTION THAT THE SHOES ARE PRTflF TT RTHHT A nrtv at twatvtv niTommfPno ci a t .t,, t
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iri u nuu wvxiiu xv aon u mul,i tuwairj iw ruooiDun v WVlVUlVli llliiM MUKHj ATTKlNTION. THIS SLAUGHTER WILL POSSIBLY
M LAST ALL OF THIS MONTH.
EVERYTHING REDUCED EXCEPT HANAN, WITCH ELK and RUBBER-GOODS
J I - t- 1 ' - i . ., - . . 7 .
180 PAIRS MEN'S LACE DRESS SHOES ALL SIZES BLACK $7.00 AND $8.00 GRADES' I! 60 PAIRS BROKEN LINF fRS.fin WORK sttofs MATfUoTo rZXJr
1U VlltAlOto XIVUIU
300 PAIRS LADIES' DRESS SHOES BUTTON AND LACE BROKEN LINES-ALL SIZES
5 7.00 AND $8.00 GRADES TO CLOSE OUT AT -
500 PAIRS LADIES' COMFORT SHOES REGULAR $0.00 GRADE LACE AND BUTTON
INCLUDING WIDE ANKLE TO CLOSE OUT AT
60 PAIRS MEN'S $5.00 RUBBER BOOTS, KNEE LENGTH, WHILE THEY LAST, GO AT
OS 1 A IPC MUVM'Q 1 rt An iun ii)aii f ninnna a unn ninn.-i nmmt -i
a nuw miii o ipiv.vu txiju .pi.VU bUUUrjlO. LiiAUUHi ailiid. UVUULitU kSULiHiS. Ultt tilt-
: 1C0 PAIRS MEN'S WORK SHOES. $6.00 GRADES-TAN AND BLACK-LEATHER AND
if NEOLIN SOLES, WHILE THEY LAST AT
60 PAIRS' BROKEN LINE. $5.00 WORK Sffhv.fi maiCst AT.fNoT-jir.es '
SOME $6.00 VALUES, TO GO AT g
TO CLOEOOT SHOES, A LL SIZES, ANY QUANTITY, TWO COLORS, 1
30 PAIRS TAN ARMY SHOES. $6.00 GRADES MOST ALL SIZES. TO CLOSE OUT AT
TENNIS AND GYM SHOES, BLACK AND WHITE. CLOSE OUT-AT ' I
65c and 75c
SS0lSes7nK W0N'S house suppers- felt and
95c, $1.65 $2.35 $2.65
CLOSE OUT AS LOWREDUCED' EXCEPTING HANANS. HUNDREDS OF PAIRS TO
1 CMdrcn's shoes at reduced prices. Too many pairs and kinds to mention prices in this advertisemenL I
5 . ; " ' If
'zx Rubber Heeis put on Qne-Malf Price 2Sc each We dnesday r
Fos Paity Pimps
Witch Elfc Boots
Ball Band Boots
Dux Bas Oil -
326 STATE ST, NEXT TO LADD AND BUSH BANK