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Saturday you will find our stock well supplied with many more such phenomenal values in Suits, Coats and Dresses as those that attracted so many well satisfied customers to Salem's Greatest
V Oman's Apparel Store each day since this remarkable sale began. Same bona fide reductions will prevail, and in some instances greater bargains will be offered. WATCH OUR ADS and SEE
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1918.
EXTRA SPECIALCHRTTMAS GIFT WAISTS
Beautiful Line of Georgette and Crepe de Chine
Waists greatly reduced in price for this Great
- Event Make your selection now.
Wash Taffeta Petti
coats in a (variety, of
colors and sizes- Regu
lar "values $3.75; , Ua
. loading Sale Price
Women's Gabardine and
navy blue suits Various
styles, principally small
sizes. Unloading Sale
Messaline and Taffeta
Silk Petticoats, in a
good assortment of col
ors and maaerials. $4.75
values. Unloading Sale
Taffeta, Satin Taffeta
and all wool serge skirts
Values io $10. Unloading
FURS MAKE APPROPRIATE CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Our Entire line of Muffs, Capes and Neckpieces
One-Fourth to One-Third below regular prices. A
Small Deposit will Reserve your Purchase
Strictly tailored and fancy garments, this Season's Models. Every detail as perfect as skill can accomplish. In order to appreciate the Excellence
of the Wonderful Values offered a personal Inspection only is Necessary. Below we give you merely an idea of the phenomenal values and conse
quent savings-rSavings that should induce Liberal Purchases Today and Each day during this great sale.
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Regular values $22 50
Regular values $27.50
Regular values $34.50
Regular values $45.00
Regular values $52.50
Regular values $60.00
Regular values $37.50
Regulor values $47.00
Regular values ' $55.00
Regular values $65.00
Regular values $72.00
Regular values $75.00
Regular values $17.75
Regular ' values $2750
Regular values $32.50
Regular values $39.50
Regular values $1250
Regular values $45.00
$3.00 and $3.50
$10 Taffeta and
Taf fota Silk
$9 00 and $10.00
0SLY16 MORE SHOPPING DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS. BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS-COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, WAISTS AND FURS HERE NOW AND
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Women 's Long
Covert Coats, tan
color only. Ex
Young Ladies ' and
$2.00 ' and $2.50
Trench Caps, as
i sorted sizes.
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" 3 -Salcas Greatest Wcssen
White Corner Building
sold regular for
up to $1.75
$2 75 good qual
colors and sizes
This season 's mod
els in Trimmed
Hats, Small, large
medium shapes; $5
NO MISREPRESENTATION PERMITTED-TO CONVINCE YOURSELF OF THE PHENOMENAL VALUES FFERED, WE ISVITE A COMPARISON OF THE MATERIALS, THE STYLES AND. PRICES
FOOTBALL TEAM QUITS.
Eugene, Or., Dec. 6. The University
of Oregon football team has disbanded
after a successful season.
The Multnomah Athletic club organ
ization of Portland wanted a game De
eember 14, but the athletic powers did
not favor holding the varsity in traia
ing until that date, no contest having
leen scheduled for the coming Saturday
Oregon lost one game this season to
GREAT ARMY PLANS
Continued from page one)
Finally Restored to Health
by Lydia E. Pinkham's "
Vegetable Compound. .
Key West, Fla. "For five yearn I
suffered from irregularities, with ter-
.nble pains and an
lawful weakness te
my back. The doc
tor gave me diff
erent medicines but
they did me no good.
A friend asked me to
try Lydia E. Pink
Compound and I
found it to be the
best medicine I ever
tried because it
made me well, and
I can now do my
housework. I am telling my friends
about it. "Mrs. J. M. Camus, 726
Caroline St, Key West, Florida.
Many women at some period in their
life suiter from ailments peculiar to their
sex and which in most cases may be
readily relieved by this famous root and
berb medicine Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound, just as Mrs.
Camus found it helped her after suffer
ing for years and trying everything else,
in vain. -
If yon have any annoying symptoms
you fail to understand, write Lydia E.
Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
The results of their 40 years experience
in advising women on this subject is at
France by June 30 of that year 80 Am
erican divisions of a strength of 3,360,
j "On July 18, 1918, I submitted to
you a formal memorandum, accompan
ied by a study of methods by which
the men could be obtained, the supplies
procured ana an analysis, of shipping,
which must be obtained in order to ac
complish this very large military pro
gramme. This vfts accompanied by an
estimate of the cost of the proposed
"The American plan of 80. divisions
in France and 18 at home by June 30,
1919, was based on a total strength of
4,850,000 men in the American army.
This was adopted as our formal mili
tary programme. To carry this pro
gramme into effect required .the adop
tion by congress of a change in the
draft ages so as to inelude men be-!
tween the ages of 18 and M vmtis, and
also created a deficiency over the enor
mous appropriations already made by
congress of some 7,000,000,000.' The
presentation of the plan to congress.
accompanied by the statement that this
increase in the army, of Jaws were pass
ed by congress which would-make it
effective, would lead to success in 1919
preceded prompt and favorable consid
eration by that body. ,
"Up to the signing of the armistice
troops were being transported to
France monthly in accordance with
that programme. The results speak for
The remainder of the" report is de
voted to a presentation of the stops it
was found necessary to take to build
up an adequate general staff and the
announcement that a complete plan of
reorganization for the army, .including
the staff, is being worked out.
FOR ENTIRE HARM9SY
Continued from page one) -
Get Rid of That
Slop that weakening, persistent cougH
or cold, threoter'ng throat or lung
affections, wim nJckman'B Alterative,
the tonic and upbullder of 20 years"'
successful use. 80c and 11.50 bottles
from druggists, or from
ECKMAN LABOR ATOHT,.Phlladelphla
tion of the world future naval strength
will be the most delicate iBsue the
peace delegates will be called upon tc
discuss. It is the problem on which
the Germans will concentrate all theil
evil diplomatic methods for the pur
pose of attempting to create an arti
ficial rivalry between the only two first
class naval powers now left in th
world the United States and Great
Germany Would Benefit.
If the tw0 nations cannot agree up
on a common course of action concern
ing their future warship construction,
tho only country to benefit would b
Germany. It is unquestionable that
tho sole hope Germany now has of be-
a new precedent in this respect there
must be oijen mindedness on the part
of all the delegates and a readiness to
understand how sensitive certain na
tional feelings ore to sudden ehangef
in the balance of power. It is becom
ing increasingly probable that the ques-
BETTER 'THAN CALOMEL
Thousands Have Discovered Dr.
Edwards Olive Tablete are
a Harmless Substitute.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the substi
tute for calomel are a mild but sure
laxative, end their effect on the liver is.
almost instantaneous. They are the result
of Dr. Edwards' determination not to treat
liver and bowel complaints with calomel.
His efforts to banish it brought out these
little olive-colored tablets. -
These pleasant littla tablets do the good
that calomel does, but have no bad after
effects, They don't injure the teeth like
strong liquids or calomel. They take hold
of the trouble and quickly correct it Why
cure the liver at the expense of the teeth?
Calomel sometimes plays havoc with the
gums. ' So do strong liquids. It Is best not
to take calomel, but to let Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets jtake its place. 9
Most headaches, "dullness" and that
lazy feeling come from constipation and
a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards
Olive Tablets when you fed "loggy" and
"heavy." Note how they "clear" clouded
brain and how they "perk up" the spirit
106 aad IS a box. Alldruggist&. ' 1
iiig able to split the peace conference
to her own advantage is by whispering
'poisoned gossip into American and Brit
ish ears at the Versailles assembly.
The question of whether the United
States or Great Britain shall have the
more powerful fleet of fighting ships
in the future is not a grave matter
touching the national security of either
TJ. S. Enjoys Security.
British naval estimates can never be
based upon a possible war with the
United States. This is not only be
cause the wealth and size of America
would permit the American peoplo to
outrival any other nation in a serious
contest of shipbuilding. It is only bo
cause the very cornerstone of Great
Britain's foreign policy for many years
has. been the maintenance of friendly
relations within' the United States.
The British nation is within the are
na of European rivalries that have been
engendered for over a thousand years.
The United States is farther away and
therefore enjoys greater security. The
future size of the British navy must
be conditioned by relationships in Eu
rope; to which the United Statos is in
different, and is not a party.
Meeting Of Business Men
To Discuss City Decorating
A meeting of business men hag ibeen
called for the evening of Tuesday, Dec.
10 at the Commercial -club when there
will be a general discussion of yrtja
and means for decorating the city and
especially the business houses to give
the city a more cheerful holiday ap
The meeting has been called by the
Business Men's League, but every bus
iness man in the city is invited in or
der that every man engaged in busi
ness may take part in the discussions
as to how best give the city a holiday
spirit by appropriate ,deco: atioas. ;
Another subject will come up for dis
cussion and that is a uniform closing
hour for holiday business. At the re
cent meeting of the- League there was
a divergence of opinion as to what a
regular closing hour meant, as some
stores, such as druggists have a later
hour for closing than others.
An effort will be made to secure the
attendance of every 'business man in
the city, whether or not he is a mem
ber of the Business Men's licague.
There is a feeling that the business dis
trict ishould be uniformly decorated
and an especial effort made to give a
cheery Bpirit to the city. The herriang
will decorate and light thn regulation
Christmas treo and distribute presents
among the children of tho city.
WHEN YOU WAKE "
UP DRINK GLASS
OF HOT WATER
Wash the poisons and toxins from
system before putting more
food Into stomach.
Says Inside-bathing makes any
one look and feel clean,
sweet and refreshed.
Four Fatal Accidents
Occurred Past Week
During the past week 541 accidents,
of which four were fatal, were reported
to the state industrial accident com
mission. In addition t!ie commission re
ceived the report that Nelson Ken
dall, who injure4 May 18, while em
ployed in lumbering at Dee, died No
vember 24. The fatal accidents report
ed this week were:
Earl (Randall, Bandon, stevedoring;
G. W. Mackcy, Astoria, shipbuilding;
G. Ellis, Knappa, logging; Fred Boat
ner, Mist, longing.
Of the' total number reported, 4SM
were subject to the provisions of the
compensation act, 32 wero from firms
and corporations which have rejected
tho provisions of the compensation act,
and 12 were from public utility corpo
rations not subject to the provisions
of tho compensation act.
VIOLENT FIGHTING IN ESSUN
Wash yourself on tho inside beforo
breakfast like you do on the outside.
This is vastly more important because
the skin pores do not absorb impuri
ties into the blood, causing illness,
while the bowel pores do.
For every ounce of food and drink
taken into the stomach, nearly an
ounce of waste material must be
carried out' of the body. If this waste
material is not eliminated day by day
it quickly ferments and generates pois
ons, gases and toxins which are ab
sorbed or sucked into .the blood stream,
through the lymph ducts which should
sue konly nourishment to sustain the
A splendid health measure is to
drink, bWore breakfast each day, a
glass of real hot water with a teaspoon
ful of limestone phosphate in it, which
is a harmless way to wash these pois
ons, gases and toxins from the stom
ach, liver, kidneys and bowels; thus
cleansing, sweetening and freshening
the entire alimicntary canal before put
ting more food into the stomach.
A quarter pound of limestone pnos
phate costs but very little at the drug
store but is ufficicnt to make anyone
an enthusiast on inside bathing.
Amsterdam, Dec. 6. Violent fight
ing occurred in Essen when returning
soldiers attempted to lower the red
flag, according to reports received here
today. Several persons are reported to
have been killed. The outcome was not
Thousands of miners at Hamm made
a great demonstration, but were dis
persed by soldiers. There were some
ASK EXTRADITION OF WILHELM
Paris, Dec. 8. America supports a
concerted movement by tho allies to
extradite the former kaiser, it was
learned from a reliable source today.
The details of tho legiil procedure
have not yet been worked cut and the
specific charge has not been decided
upon, but it is believed tho extradition
will bo asked on general charges.
BELGIANS NEAR DUSSELDORF
Havre, Dec. 8. Belgian troops have
approched within 15 miles of Dussel
dorf, it was officially announced to
day. " We have occupied Munchcn-Olad-bach,
Geidcnkirchen and Heinsberg,"
the statement said. "Our infantry has
reached Hongcn and Morstach."
Munchen-flladbach and Oeidenkirch
cn are 15 miles west of Dusseldorf, ,
LORD CECIL NAMED .
London, Dec. 6Lord Cecil, assist
ant secretary of tate for foreign af
fairs and former British minister of
blockade, has been named to direct the
British policy toward the league of
nations at the peace conference.
SAGE TEA IN
FADED MAY HAIR
Look Young! Common Gardea
iage And sulphur Dark
ens So Naturally No
body Can TelL
Grandmother kept her hair beautiful
ly darkened, glossy and attractive with
a brew of Sage Tea Bnd Sulphur. When
ever her hair took on that dull, faded
or streaked appearance, this simplemix
ture wa8 applied with wonderful effect
By asking at any drug store for " Wy
etu's 8age and Sulphur Compound"
you will get a large bottle of this old
time recipe, improved by the addition
of other ingredients, all ready to uao,
at very little cost. This simple mixture
can bo depended upon to restore natural
color and beauty to tho hair.
A well known downtown druggist
says everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound now because it
darkens so naturally and evenly that
nobody can tell it has been applied
it's so easy to use, too. You simply
dampen a comb or soft brush and draw
it through your hair, taking one strand
at a time. By morning the gray hair
disappears; after another application
or two, it is restored to its natural col
or and looks glossy, soft and beautiful.
This preparation is a delightful toilet
roquiste. It is not intended for the
cure, mitigation er prevention of disease.