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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1913,
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All Now in
To save tin foil for Uncle Sam,
WfllGLEYS is now all wrapped
in pink paper and hermetically
sealed in wax:
flavor of mint
All in pink-end packages and
all sealed air-tight. Be Sure
TW II?. a wit- oei-e?
fifth Anneal Marioa County
I Cera Show Hdd Dec 16-21
The fifth annual Marion county corn
low will bo hold at Sulom December
J6 (a 81, 1018, in the Bush-Breyman
building, 141 North Commercial street,
between fltate and Court streets, Ths
bow will be managed by the bureau
ttt agriculture of Vie Salem Commercial
club. No entry fee will bo charged
sad admission to the ahow will be free.
In ntdition to the regular prices the
Capital National bank of Salem offeu
5 eenh in cash on the bent 100 enrv
lots of yellow and white dent, provi'l- dent: First,
ed these lots are left with the bank 'Lot 2. 100
for display until April 1, 1919.
Tho United States National Bank of
Suit) in offers $5 on the best 10 cms
yellow dent, " en the best 10 ears ot
white dent and II each on the secoud
best of these lots.
The Ladd & Bush bank of Salem of
fers to, $4 and $2, 1st, 2d and 3d prizes
on best individual collection.
D. A. White A boas 12.30 second prke
an 100 ears yellow dent and ii."t sec
ond prise on 100 ear, white dent.
In addition to special prixc tho rog
u'.ar premium list is as foliovs: ,
Class A. Lot 1100 ear . yellow
$10; second, $6; third, $4.
ears white dent: First,
J iZ r.
to 4 6 - "
-and broths. You will find Snow
Flakes satisfying in every particular.
You will enjoy immensely their
delicious salty crispness and rich
Don't ask for crackers, say Snow
grocer can supply you.
10; second, ' third, ii. Lot 3.-
100 cars any other color ueiit: Kr.t,
?5; second third, 93.
Class B. Lot 1. 10 ears yellow dent
iirst, (3; second, 94. thiu, $3. Lot
2. 10 ears white dent. First. 95; see
ond, 4; third, 93. Lot ears any
other color dtmt: First 93; second, 92;
Clas C. Lot 1. 1 ear yeUjw dent:
First, 92; second, 91; third SO cents.
Lot 21 ear white dent! First, 2j
second, 91; third. 50 cents. Lot 3
1 ear any other color dent: First $i;
second, 973 corns; third, SU cents.
uaas o Ajot 1 la ears pop eom
small varieties: First, 92; second, 91;
tnird, su cents. Lot ir is ears pop
corn, large varieties: First, 92; second;
91; third, SO cents.
Class E. Lot 1 12 ears sweet earn
early varieties: Fimt, 92; ses:nd, 91
thud, SO cents. Lot 2 12 ears sweet
corn, lute varieties: First, 9; second.
Iti, third, 50 cents. Sweepstakes 10
tut dent: Kibbon.
Class F. Boat -indiviuval tollnetlon
t cira: First, 97; second, Mi third,
FAIRFIELD JEWS NOTES.
I (Capital Journal Special Service)
Iec. 4. Miss Dorothy and Sam Park
ier, who are employed at Portland, and
I Khodney Graston of Oregon City spent
'Thniiksgiving at 8. F. Parks.
air. and Mrs. Duka Ballweber are re
eeiving congratulations on the arrival
'of an 8 pound boy Tueaday, Dee. 3.
Gladys Pietmars is quite ill with ton
silitis this week.
E. B. Smith, who is employed at the
ship yards in Vancouver, spent Thanks
giving with home folks.
John Marthalur had the misfortune
to get some hot grease in his eye which
has boon quite painful for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Durette entertain'
rd at dinner Thanksgiving Mr. and
Mrs. U. A. Milter and Mis, Marion, Mr.
and Mrs. Harrison Jones and sons, in
houor of their daughter. Miss Merle, of
O. A. U. who spent Thanksgiving vaca
Mi.is Gladys Lorett visited with her
pnnmt at McMinnvill during Thanks
Lieut. C. A. DuRctta who ia instruc
tor is school at Marysville, Mo. writes
that he will stay in the trvice at least,
six months or year.
i. SOOEFY :
By CASOL S. DTBBI.B.
AJf event yi keen interest in dra
matic and literary circles of the
ettj ia the recital to be given un
der the auspice of tho English de
partment of the Salem high school to
morrow evening, when Miss Lucila El
liott, supervising instructor of the pub
lie speaking classes in the high school,
will be presented in a program of spe
cial merit. The recital will be held at
the OemmareiaJ club auditorium, at
Miss Elliott has recently come to
Salem from Spakaae, and is a dramat
ic reader of note, being a graduate ot
I tk Cumnoek School of Expression. St
the Stawt0ra university. This annv
mer Misa EUioU wes engaged in war
work., as a. member of the V. M. C. A.
entartaiuing circuit, wkes she appeared .
on various programs gives at this can-1
tOBiBeste throughout tie onntry.
AmoBft tthe rcadini'a ICsa EBitt ka
chosen for tomorrow night are several
of Booth Tar king-ton 'a sketches mt
other selection of a war ehanurtei.
Invitations have been issued to the
number f one hundred and fifty, la
addition anyone especially interested
wiU be cordially wekomcii.
Among the popular card duba of Sa
len now reorganising for what 'bids
fair to be a winter f tuipree4ented so
eiai gaiety is the Tans club, compris
ed f congenial grosn of "500" en
tkosiasta. The initial metmg was held
Monday evening at the asm ol Mr.
and. Mm Miller Bevier on North Cot
tage street. Mrs. Bevier was euxted
president for the ensuing year.
Three tables were arranged lor tn
players. Lovely Caroline Tcsitont roses
were used in decoration in .no drawing
rooms. Additional entenauiment was
offered in the form of musical numbers
jby the host and Miss Minnie tioehr-
Later a prettily appointed supper
was served, a festive red and green col
or scheme prevailing in the table dee-
orations, softly shaded green candies,
accentuated the brilliance'bf the glow
ing Christmas holly, which combined
with, other holiday greens lent de
cided gala atmosphere to the occasion.
Miss uoehnng and rTanH wiuinan
were asked as additional guests xor
the evening. . Tho elub members are
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde JohnsmB, Mr. and
Mrs-frank Ward, Mr. and Mrs. V. .
Inman, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hunter, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. B. C Miles returned yesterday
from Portland, having gone down Tues
day to attend a, meeting of the finanee
committee of the Pacific college.
Mrs. D. P. Jackson and small son,
Robert, of Portland are vis'ting in Sa-
iem as the guests of Mrs. James Cripps
at her residence on North Commercial
Mrs. Leroy Hewlitt, past president
of the Salem auxiliary of the Spanish
War Veterans, entertained this after
noon with' a pretty tea in honor oi the
members, of the auxiliary at he resi
dence on South Capitol street. The
rooms were attractively aecoratea
with chrysanthemums and other fall
flowers. Music and needlework con
tributed to the' pleasure of the after
noon. The hostess was asvvted at the
serving hour by her daughter, Miss
Mrs. Hewtott ia arse past department
president of the- Oregon Spanish war
veterans and is planning to leave lor
thi east shortly to attend a national
convention of the Spanish Veterans.
Mrs. H. F. Dttvidson of Hood Eiver
has been appointed - by Miss Cornelia
Marvin, as Hood River county war his
torian, in the state 'work ef gathering
data on soldiers and all war activities
of which Miss Marvin has charge. Mrs.
Davidson will be assisted by e. number
of women in the vicinity and local
' The renewed rail of the surgeon gen
eral for trained women for millitary
hospitals has led Heed eblege of Port
land to begin a new cour?e this week.
The official casualty lists now running
toward 300,000, show the need of outre
women than previously called for to
assist returned soldiers to regain: the
use of their functions. As most of these
casualties' are recent, and as tens of
thousands of the men will need from
mo to three years' treatment, the de-
To choose your Xmas
Make this Xmas a Pleasant one
This store will help to do its part- Y;
SELECTIONS FOR GIFTS- -
Sample line of Women's and Misses fine quality sweaters in Worsted, Silk and
Fibre Silk, plain and novelty models, priced considerably under the. market
today. these sweaters ! - ..$7.48, $12.50, $17.50, $19.75
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SIX LE32EIE GARMENTS-
A most suitable gift for Xmas
Camisoles 98c, to $5.95.
Envelopes, $2i)8 to $7.50.
Gowns, $498 to $12.50.
Extra quality Crepe de Chine
GEORGETTE CREPE WAISTS
You will find a splendid line of
Georgette and Crepe de . Chine
Waists in all the best Models. And
an array of shades to meet every
occasion. Prices $3.98 to $25.00.
We are showing a large line of
Plain and Novelty Ribbons, .for
Hair Bows, Fancy- Work and Holi
day tie Ribbons. Extra Quality,
Wft'OTS KECKWEAR . .
Just received a new Shipment of
Novelty Neckwear. This line is
Extra Quality in all the New Mod
els. The prices are Extremely
DOLLS--A big display of Baby Dolls, Boy Dolls, Character Dolls, Dolls to Suit
every purse. This selection comprises the best makes. All made in the U. S." A.
Prices 24c, 48c, 98c, and up to $12.50
SPECIAL YEAR END SALE ON ,, -
COATS SUITS. DRESSES
"Where Shopping Is a Pleasure"
U. G. SHIPLEY COMPANY
145-147 N. LIBERTY STREET
XMAS MAILING CARDS-
You are missing a good treat if
you do not see this line of quality
cards. These are displayed on two
large tables easy of access. Pric
ed 2 for 5c, 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c each.
DENNISOIfS XMAS BOXES-
These boxes are the official Cheery
Holiday Colors all sizes and .
kinds and solidly built on these
same tables we are showing Seals,
Extra Quality Parisian Ivory in all
the wanted articles, plain and hand
painted. Prices range from 24c for
manicure items up to $95 for hand
painted sets. The most complete line
in the city. All at the 1917 low
A complete line of Leather Purges,
Envelope Style and Hand Purse
bags, 98c, $1.48, $1.75, up to $12.50.
Leather Hand Bags. Good strong
frames, genuine leather in tan, .
Black and Buff shades. Extraor
dinary low prices. ,
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You'll never know how quiokly a bid
wuru n m eonqueTeo, uniu you Try
this famous old home-made remedy. Any.
one who baa eouRhvd ell dav and all
niirht, will say that the immediate relief
Eivn is almost like natrio. It takes
nt moment to prepare, and really
there ia nothing better for coughs.
Into a Tint bottle, put 2H ounce of
Pinext then add plain granulated
augar syrup to make full pint. Or
you can use clarified molasses, hoaev,
or corn syrup, instead of -sugar syrup,
if desired. Either way, the full puii
saves about two-thirds of the money
usually spent for- cough preparations,
and gives you a more positive, effective
remedy. It keeps perfectly and tastea
pleasant children like it.
Ton can feel this take hold Instanilr,
snothinv and hMlinir the mmnhrinM In
all-the air passagta. It promptly loosens
a dry, tight cough, and soon you will
notice the phletna thin out and then
disappear altogether. A dav's use will
usually break up an ordinary thmat or
chest cold, and it is also splendid for
bronchitis, cronrt, whooping cough, and
bronchial asthma. -
Fines ia a most valuable concentrated
compound f genuine Korwav pine ex
tract, kaowa as the mot reliable remedy
tor throat and chest ailments.
To avoid disappointment, ask your
dniesis for unee of Pinex" with
full direction! and don't aotwnt anvDiinv
else. Guaranteed to irive absolute satis
faction or money promptly refunded.
The Fibm Co., Tt. Wayne, Ind.
maml for aides will continue for sev
eral years to come. The Burgeon gener
al has teVegraphed .Reed ollege that it
is reasonably probable that all women
who eemplete the course which began
at the college thu wee will receive
appointments: Sixty six women already
are registered. , , '. '
The following election ef officers
was heW at tho regular meeting of the
Baiftern Star Tuesday evening. The re
tiring matron, Mrs. Edwtrd Wright,
was preceded by Mr Estelle Smith,
worthy matron. Judge George H. ut
nett was elected worthy patron; Miss
Hazel Bishop, associate matron; Mrs.
Mona Hauser, conductress; Mrs. Ida
Niles, associate eonouetreM) mis.
M. !Bbcock, eecretaryj Miss . Mary
The Missionary society of the First
Presbyterian ehurch will meet tomor
row afternoon at the chn'reh parlors
at two thirty. This is the annual praise
service and a good program has been
arranged, after which tea will be serv
ed the members and guests. All mem
bers aL friends are urgd to attend.
Th We.d Cross auxiliary of the
First Methodist church will hold an
all day meeting tomorrow at the post
Office. The chairman, Mrs. "W. P. Proc
tor, will preside. j
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza -
jAXATlVK BrUOMO QKJN1NE Tab
ets remove the cauie. There is only
one "JSromo Quinine." E. W. GROVES
signature on the box. 30.
(Continued from page one)
to 'hippodrome (the nearest transla
tion of his term) on euch a scale. Fur
thermore, it must be remembered that
the personnel of the German army has
been completely altered pinco 1914
when 80 per cent of the officers were
aristocrats. Now there aro enly 20 per
. Again he paused. Then smiling quiet
ly, he said:
"Of eourse, it is difficult for me to
speak dispassionately of Germany,
which wronged the entire world, then
supremely wronged Kussin by robbing
her of a chance to become a new nation.
' 'Xo, I do notdesire to return to Rus
sia as the head of the government.
Perhaps later 1 will go back as a prl"
vate citizen. I hope so. My wife, and;
two boys a seed 8 and 11 are now holuV
in Moscow as hostages. I do not think
the 'bolsheviki will permit them to
leave, so I want to go to them."
. WHEN Til SALEM, OREGON
4. rftop at
"a Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern per Day
100 Rooms of Solid Coffort ,
Only Hotel in Business District
burg I saw only two automobiles. Tine
was owned by the burgomaster. The
Other had iron tires and was driven by
a German ef f ieer. There are few horse
drawn vehicles most of the cartage bc
ing'done by handdrawn carts.
NearW all the children wore home
made clothing. Many wore wooden
shoes. Shop windows are scantily
stocked. The windows o some of the
clothier shops contained only three or
font suits of shoddy material, the prices
of which were equivalent to from fifty
to seventy dollars. ;
The wealthy class shews no signs of
privation ,the rich men going about in
overcoat with fur collars and wearing
fine shoe ;
RUSSIA WOULD HAVE
- Continued from page one)
"Ssein' Things At Night"
TO MOTHERS! Guard your kiddle against
torpid liver, our ttomach, constipated bowels
which generate poisons. These "inside" poisons
circular.; to the brain, producing bad dreams, then
a feverish head. Unless you "work" out these
poisons you will have a real sick youngster shortly.
Cascarets are a candy cathartic, ideal for children.
Cost only 10 cents a box. Read below I
sincere. I do not believe it is possible
Children love Cascarets because they taste like candy. When your
child has a white tongue, feverish breath, foul stomach, give Cascarets
anytime to "work" the nasty bile, souring food and bowel poison from the
clogged-up places. You needn't coax even cross, sick children to take
these harmless candy "Cascarets," They never gripe never injure.
Cascarets never disappoint the worried mother. Each 10 cent box contains
directions and dose for children aged one year old and upwards.