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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1918.
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ANNUAL QIRISTMAS ROLL CALL '
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MAKE MARION COUNTY TWENTY THOUSAND
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THERE'S NOTHING NICER THAN
Beautiful Dark Brown, Dark Grey JBlack, Black and
Grey or Light Grey, fine New Lasts, Styles, Heels, etc
and in prices all the way from $11, nothing higher,
On Down to a Good Shoe for
SHE ALWAYS LIKES
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And we have beauties. Finest line shown here this year
Beautiful Comfy Slippers
best grade, in taupe, light
blue, pink, orchid, old rose
Fine Poplin Boudoirs, in
red, blue, pink, black, at
Other Felt Slippers in
leather, felt or comfy soles
at $1.75, down to
We also have Slippers for Men, Boys, Girls and Children at all prices. Come in
And See And Be Convinced
e lWf si BSW t hHi
A violent outbreak of influenza is re
torted from Paraguay. IB Ascudnlon
dons thoro are 25,000 cases.
A contract will be let soon for thf
paving of the entire road from Bcasidi
You cannot make a mistake at
the store of real values. Every
article is one of practical worth
Every purchase one of merit
ed satisfaction, and right now
there is a generous shower of at
tractive bargains all over this big
Three Lots at Bargain Prices
The covers of these Umbrellas
are of the best silk or silk mixed
all black. The handles are med
ium to long, metal tipped of at
tractive design. Well worth the
$3.25 to $4.00 Umbrellas $2.95
$4.20 to $4.90 Umbrellas. $3.45
$5.00 to $6.00 Umbrellas $3.95
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Messaline OllKS, oC
The entire lino, all col
or and stylos, reduced
COUGHS AND COLDS
since Grant was President
Get a bottle today
It did It for your grandma, for your
father. For fifty years this well-known
cough and cold remedy has kept an
evergrowing army of friends, young
For half century druggists every
where have sold it. Put a bottle in
your medicine cabinet. You may need
ft ia a hurry. Sold by druggists
everywhere. 60c and $1.20.
.Bowels Acting Properly?
They ought to, for constipation
make the body retain waste mattera
and impurities that undermine the
health and play havoc with the entire
aystem. Dr. King's New Life Pills are
reliable and mud ia action All
Bruce Walluce speat Friday ia Balera
Altft Martin of Msi'.Iahv runf tlin
anornuon with. Mrs. M. M Magee recently.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lewii anil family
are at home again after spending some
time at i;rooKea ringer.
Mrs, Ji'unie ICnapke was a Salem vis
itor Friday afternoon.
Louie Maceo of Heotta Uilla
part of last week with his brother, M.
Dr. Morefield left oa a business trip
to Ban Francisco a few dava am.
The Red Cross auxiliary met at the
Home of Mrs. W. D. Horner last week.
Mrs. E. J. Whitnev'ia viailina hr
daughter. Miss Mervle Whitnrr. of
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Eueone Aufranee transacts himinviM
ia Salem Friday.
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jfi'sneee comptauut tint
? Ill's aheys presencSJe-
Jfl-mw possible for tvety
m.f woman through use of
Immediately gives skin appear
tote of beauty then really
beautifies it Unrivaled beauty builder
for face, and hands. Doesn't rub
or wash off. Splendid tor evening make
up. Yoursuriarwiu prove itaoNat.
. MBS. IRENE SCOTT
123 KHigh St.
Lula May Honson has filed suit
against James Muter Hensrn for di
vorce. he allrgos they were aiarried
ia 1S99 and that they have three chil
dren. Rhe claims that he han around
with a lot of bad women r.nd that he
failed to provide for her and that her
health wa finally impaired. She aaks
for $40 a month and states that he
earns 10O. She also ask for the cus
tody of the children.
L' SOCIETY :
By CAROL & DIBBLE.
Interesting visitor entertained in
Sa'.em thi week were Dr. and Mrs. H.
J. Minthorn, who a the house guests
of Mr.' and Mrs. B. C. Miles, spent a
few day in the city enronte from
iletlakiatla, Alaska, to Newport, Ore
eon. Dr. Minthorn located in lntlnkut-
ia, which is an Indian mission of note,
numoer oi years ago and wag tne
puv-sicmn or tno colony wntal last
SDrini?. when the rlratn of William
.Duncan, leader of the mission, and
widely known throughout the west,
left Ir. Minthorn in sole charge. Both
he and Mrs. Minthorn nad many inci
dents of interest to relate concerning
tuuir A8&an experiences.
The travelers left for Ncwnni-t thi
morning where they pian to reside per-
mnnn..i r-. nr:M.i .
profession in the coast city.
Mr. ftiut Mrfl. lFTedrick Tnnirt
have returned to 8alem, Mr. Lamport
havintr 1pah. mlimtA frii.i ha naw
He baa been stationed at Bremerton
during the past yer. Mrs. Lamport
left Salem several months ego to Join
her husband at Seattle. The, Lamports
aro now domiciled in thoir attractive
home at Ben Lorn and Park,
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Mrs. C K. Spauldinir is ept ndine the
day in Portland.
Miss Helen West, dnuirhter of formor
Governor and! Mrs. Oswald West, and
well known bulem maid, is rrominent-
ly identified with the activities of the
Junior Portland ' Hunt club, being a
leading memoer on one ot the commit
tees in charge of the dinner dance to
be given tonight by the Juniors for
tnear menrte at tfie cluo House at toe
Garden Home station. The nffair prom
ises to be most delightful, as the jun
iors will be hosts for various groups
or the younger girls and boys of Port
Christmas shoppers are turning with
the usual eagerness to the annual
church sales and bazaars, now claiming
so large a space in the pre-holiday cal
endar, realizing that the dainty hand
worked novelties the original array of
useful honse articles and the ever in
viting variety of homemade candy, of
fer a wide choice of ideas for that
long sought, seldom found, gift of the
last minute. Affording an especially
large range of Christmas suggestions
is the sale to be held tomorrow under
the auspices of the Guild of St. Paul's
church, at the Balem Hardware store.
The various articles on sale will be ar
ranged in the titate street windows of
the store. Among those who are assist
ing to make the sale a success in ev
ery possible way are Mrs. Joseph Baum
gartner, Mrs. James Walton, Mrs. V.
G. Shipley, Mass Mary Chadwick and
Mrs. Hussell Catlin.
Mrs. Norris Hunt and children are
viitinir in Malam m tha irllAAta Af Mr.
J. T. Hunt at her home on North Front
The Woman's 'Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the iFirst Methodist' church
held very 'enjoyable meeting Wed
nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
A. A. Lee on State street. Assuming
hoatossea were Urn. M. B. Parounagian,
and ilrs. Kloepping.
The Colombia River Branch of the
Woanaa'a Foreign Missionary society
held their ansnal convent' b in Port
land recently, when the following wo
men ware plaeed ia off .it: Mrs. Matf
SL Hujraes, president; Mrs. A. Jt. .Mc
lean (Maude Keaworthy). recording
secretary; Mrs. W. Route Keen, asso
ciate secretary j Mr. A. N. Fisher, or
reirpoading secretary; Mrs. Nettie' Whit
ney, treasurer; superintcarlent of ehil
dren't work, Mrs. Katheri&e Upmeyer;
superintendent of young peonies' work,
A. merry "500" party was enjoyed
The Store of Practical Gifts
This store specializes on Practical Gifts for Women, Misses, and Children
- Only "Feminine Articles."
FEATURING:- ' '' " ' : ;
Coats Suits Dresses Waists
Outer and inner garments for Feminine Wear ; -
HAIR BOW RIBBONS .
DENNISON'8 HOLIDAY BOXES TOWELS
DENNISON'8 PAPER NOVELTIES LINENS
DENNISON'S XMAS SEALS BEDDING
LEATHER BAGS '
Pr eHoliday Selling on Novelty Jewelry
YEAR END CLEAN UP ON WOMEN'S CLOTHES
Coats Suits Dresses
$16.48 TO $45.00 $19.75 TO $34.75 $14.75 TO $44 75
j The Greatest Buying Opportunity of the Year . :.Z
If You are in Doubt Buy A Merchandise Order
U. G. SHIPLEY CO.
145-147 N. LD3ERTY STREET
I THIS STORE WILL CLOSE AT USUAL HOURS DURING CHRISTMAS WEEK i
la the county court Lonis Webert,
Georffa W. Krv i,l Zmn Rrhnh mrrm
appointed appraisera of the estate of J
William Xibler. a F. Giesey ia ad-J
Sia-ter s -fellow
told mo irla
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cook now. Sis
0e&aous com -fl&kcs)
Wednesday evening at the home of
Sydney LJoyd, 1779 Chemeketo street,
when a group of friends surprised Mn
on his birthday anniversary.
Those participating in the merriment
of the evening were; Sir. and Mrs.
Helge Donaldson, Mrs. L. Donaldson,
John A. Gamble, Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Huneakrr ef Turner, Miss Marie Hix
Hon nf Turner. Minr Dorothv HunsaJter
of Turner, Roy Gore of Turner, Mrs.
Clara Behaeier, Uoyd Bcnaercr, jure.
Bessie Lloyd, Mr. aqd Mrs. Vrooman,
Mr. sud Mrs. 'A. Peterson, Miss Vcrgo
Peterson, Miss Agnes Peterson, Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Donaldson, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
Quinine. That Doee Not Affect Bead
Because of its tonie and laiative ef
fect, LAXATIVE BICOftfO XJUINJNK
(Tablet) aan be tahea by anyone with
out causing nervoumess or ringing in
the heed. There is only one "Bromo
Quiaiue." E. W. GBOVE'S signature
oat the box. 30c.
! State House Notes
During the next six months the statu
for its various institutions, will pay lw
cent a barrel more for its flour than
it has been paying during the past six
months, according to bids opened by
the board of control yesterday afternoon.
But its meat hill will be a little less
than it has been. The state has been
paying lft.T0 per 100 pounds for beef,
while the low bid this time is 116.34.
The low bidder is D. E. Nebergall Meat
eomranv ef AlbanV.
The Crown Mills of Portland is the
low bidder ea flour, the low bid being
IIO.W a barrel.
Other items, as a general rule, are
expected to run about thb same prioe
as the past six moatas.
Governor Withyeombe today held a
conference, ia exeeative session, with
Adjutant General Bwbe, Colonel North.
Major Drake and Captain Ball of the
National guard, relative to the contro
versy over the aee ef the Portland armory.
i'ol lowing the eonfereare the cover
aar announced that the present l.na.-
a) guard companies in Portland would
not be demobilized, and that the suit
begun by the Multnomah tiuard to do-
tcrmiiie the status of the Portland ar
mory will be coninued as a friendly
suit. Ho said also that it was the con
census of opinion of the conference that
the mobilization of the National guard
under the federal defense aet should
bo actively continued.
With the mutual fire insurance bus
iness prospering, officers of Oregon
mutual fire companies who met tolny
in conference with Fire Insurance Com
missioner Harvey Wells declared that
they wanted the next legislature to
make no changes in the insurance laws
affecting their business.
t "In particular, we want to prevent
uny legislation which will add to the
cost of doing business and consequently
increase the eost of insurance," declar
ed Herman Loeding of Portland, repre
sent. ng the Farmers' Mutual,
v Y. C. Haggerty, representing the Or
eirtn Fire Belief araciation of McMinn-
ville, and J. P. Feller, representing tht
Farmers' Mutual of Butteville, mil
Considerable deposits of native silica
have been found just east of Hood Kiw
.Wiij, .iii:. Safe
JLiV-VJ Fur Id
A Nutritious Diet for All Ages.
Quick Lunch; Home or Office,'
OTHERS are IMITATIONS f
Nathan and Lillian Sohu have filed
suit against James Corbia and others
for the foreclosure of a mortgage
amounting to 24,900. The mortgage is
on 320 acres in sections 7 and 18, town!
ship S south of ranee i Wtst and 40O
acres part of the John B. Gcrvais do
nation land claim. An attornev'a fee
of !87 is asked. It was just this
spring that a trade was made of this
extensive farm- property for a stock of
goods at Mabton, Washington, near
Spokane laundries have given notice
of a 10 per cent increase in rates.
A MOTHER'S STRENGTH
Mother, whose hands rock the cradle, often needs more
than ordinary food to help maintain the blood-quality and
strength and to assure adequate' nourishment to the
child. It is as unwise or the mother, as it is dangerous
to the child, to place dependence upon alcoholic stimu
lation, for strength is not found in alcohol.
J p cst cod liver oil, absolutely tree from alcohol is
mothers true mend, in that it performs a two-fold
duty, ocorr a tonic-nourishment, particularly
fitted for the trying period of motherhood.
SCOTTS EMULSION BUILDS UP STRENGTH.
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