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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1918.
225 Boxes of California's Very Finest Oranges.
Great, FineWell-Colored Fruit.
Sunday and Public Schools
We can make you prices below today's wholes de
cost. Dan't fail to see us before making
BUY A BOX FOR YOUR HOME
Extra large fancy fruit, $4 per box; half boxes $2
We have them at 50c, 60c and 65c per dozen.
See the oranges and you will buy.
NUTS AND UNDIES
Oregon No. 1 Soft Shell Walnuts, 35c.
Soft Shell Almonds, 35c; Oregon Filberts, 35c;
MIXED NUTS 35c PER POUND
We use only the best in our mixture
Christmas Mixed Candies at 35c per pound
JOHNSON'S CHOCOLATES-A very fine line of
The finest fruit yet shown in Salem, 2 for 25c
A CHRISTMAS ON APPLES
Good medium size apples, $1.00 and $1.25 box.
Get a box today.
Roth Gsocesy Co.
By CABOL & DIBBLE.
Our Store Will Not Remain Open Evenings.
Revised Figures Gives
List Of Troops Homcbound
Washington, Doc. 16. Bovised fig
ures Announced by the war department
today showed the following organisa
tions aboard the liomo coming trans
Fifth field artillery brigade, 13 of
ficers and G2 men.
116th field artillery, 64 officers, 801
Slat division cavalry, 10 office! , 08
106th ammunition train, 10 officers,
Headquarters 62ml infantry brigade,
llTth field artillery, (51 officors, 1452
Casual, 10 officors siok, wounded
4th division, one seaman, total 4208.
Organizations on board the Mnllorj
re all from Tamp Kearney.
Transport Persit Maru sailed IXicem-
bor 12 with tlio Twelfth divisio.i ad
vnnce school detachment, and medical
detachment with casual officors and
men totalling 18 officers and 99 men.
The transport Carillo sailed Decem
ber 12 with 24 casual officers.
Tlio transport Nansemond left Liver
pool December 14 for New York with
casual numbers 1057, 1058, 1059, 1050,
1001, 1063, 1064, headquarters in charge
of abovo, fivu officers; sick and wound
ed, most of them who do not require
special attention, moro than 850 offi
cors and men,
Copenhagen, Doc. 14. The armistice
has been prolonged to January 17, sub
ject to further extension, according to
a dispatch received today from Troves.
Thomas T. Korl, millionaire laud
owner nf Cour d 'Alone, Idaho, has
gon,. died at Halsey, Friday,
boon fined $2000 for violation of tho
THE original idea launched by the
Business Mens League of Salem
to beautify the Salem streets this
Christmas as a tribute of welcome to
the home coming soldiers, has proven
but one of a diversity of suggestions,
which have since developed to make
this Yuletide distinctly memorable and
one of outstanding festivity, marking,
as it does, the first Christmas after
the close of the war, toe first Unrlst
mas, in several years when the joyous-
ness of home and heart have not been
partially dimmed by the shadow of
danger to those across the seas. The
latest movement to swell the tide of
Yuletide gladness and one which has
captured popular fancy in a number of
citiee in the country this year, has
been started by the Salem Woman's
club, that of Bulging Christmas carois
throughout the town on ennstmas eve.
No happier occasion could be chosen to
revive thU delightful old t'me custom
than the present one. The Christmas
talcs of Dickens and Henry Irving
abound in references to tho dovotion'
al ballads sung by strolling groups of
the community musicians or church
Amons the favorite Christmas songs,
which it is planned to nave ine vari
ous ehoirs of the Salem churches fea
ture in the rendition of carols Christ
mas eve will be the beautiful "Holy
Mrs. William H. Burghardt, head of
the musical department ot the wo
man's club has , been putting forth
earnest effort to awaken a lively in-
terest in the undertaking and has suc
ceeded in stimulating considerable en-
thusiasm among the leaders of the
church choirs, who are planning to ap
portion various localities of the city
to respective units or me carumero,
who in turn will lend, aaaoa cnarm to
the Christmas atmosphere with strains
of music, sweet and familiar, drifting
in through-candlolit windows in home
upon home this "Unnstmas eve.
Mrs. Boma C. Hunter entertained
the members of the Nemo club and a
few additional guestB at a prettily ap
pointed dinner party last evening at
the Hunter residence on South Liberty
streot. Tho table was adorned with a
lovely centerpiece of Papa Gontier
Lator tho guests adjourned to the
drawing -rooms for an evening of five
hundred. Tho attractive favors were
won by Mrs. A. L. Johnson and Mrs.
George Shand. Gorgeous yellow chyrs
anthemums combined with fernery lent
effective decoration to tho rooms.
Tho jollities of the evening were
rounded out with music. Assisting the
hostess were her daughtor, Miss Macyle
Hunter and Mrs. Cal fatton of Port
land. Besides tho club members addition
ally bidden guests wore Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Laflar, Mr. and Mrs. George
Shand, Mrs. O. W. Moon, Mrs. Cal Pat-
ton, Miss Minnie Uoorhing.
One of the most originally dovoloped
and mirth-provoking parties sponsored
among the college co-eds this fall, was
a Mother Goose masquerade, given by
tho girls of tho Adolante sorority Fri
day afternoon at tie Adelante hall on
tho Willamette campus. A wide range,
SAYS COLD WEATHER
BRINGS RETURN OF
Public Most Be Careful to Avoid a
Second Epidemic Easier to Pre
vent Than Cure, What to Do
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab-
lots remove the cause. Thero is only
one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVES
signature on the box. 30c.
in eatin4 corn,
flakes ,tatanc( jin-
avon crisDnes s.
T JL 1 I I rf
na Texture, is
"Encouraging reports of the fewer
cases of influenza in this vieinity
should aot allow us to relax our vigi
lance or to eeeome careless in the be
lief .that the danger is all over," says
a well known authority. With the com
ing of cold weather there is apt to be
a return of thia frightful epidemic and
its seriousness will depend on the ex
tent of the precautions, taken by the
publUv to prevent infection.
WheiNthe air is full of influenza
germs, you -may be- constantly breath
ing them into your nose and throat.
But their danger may be avoided and
you may make yourself practically im
mune to infection if you destroy the
germ before it actually begins work in
During the recent serious epidemic,
which hit Salem so hard, meat success
ful results were obtained by many tarn
the simple breathing into the nose,
throat and lungs of the nitdicated air
of oil of Hyomei. Probably no bet
ter, safer or more sensible precaution
against influenza, grippe, coughs, colds
bronchitis or catarrh of the nose and
throat could be employed than to go
now to the nearest drug store and get
a complete Hyomei outfit consisting
of a bottle of the pure Oil of Hyomei
and a little vestpocket hard rubber in
haling device into which a few drops
of the oil are poured.
Carry this inhaler with you during
the day and each half hour or so put it
in your mouth and draw dtep breaths
of its pure healing germicidal air into
the passages of your nose, throat, and
lungs to destroy any germs that may
have found lodgement there. This sim
ple precaution may save you a serious
illness and the loss of several weeks
work. It is pleasant to use and not at
all expensive as the inhaler win last
a lifetime and further supplies of the
Oil of Hyomei can be had tt any drug
store for a few cents.
Hundreds of people in this vicinity
used Hyomei -in this way during the
recent crisis and avoided donger. They
should not neglect it now for the dan
ger is by no means over.
of characters was depioted in unique
costume, including the Old Woman in
the Shoe, her children, Sin pie Simon
of the vacant look, Cinderella in search
of her lost slipper and Mother Goose,
herself. The part of the Old Woman
was cleverly taken by one of the small
est members of the society, while Mrs.
John R. Sites, an honorary member of
the Adelantes won entnusiastic ae claim
in her realistic impersonation of one
of the children in the shoe.
The hall was gayly decorated with
Christmas ornamentation, a festive tree
adding to the juvenile- spirit of the
occasion.. A variety of children's games
were -played during the afternoon,
which culminated with a buffet sup
per. Miss Florence Richards is also
an honorary member of the Adelante
Mrs. D. Siewert was a charming
dinner hostess Monday evening in hon
or of the joint birthdays of herself and
her daughter, Mrs. Lena Hilfiker. A
handsome centerpiece of White carna
tions and yellow chrysanthemums deck
ed tho table. Covers were placed for
Steven Elmo " Wright and Orval
James of the spruce division, squadron
os, were weel end visitors et the home
of the former a mother, Mrs. J. Jr.
Dunlap. They returned to Vancouver
Sunday night, and expect to be muS'
tered out by Xmas.
Mr. and Mrs, Albert O. S'owert were
host at a merry "500" party Friday
evening at their residence, liav fcoutn
Commercial street. Four tables of cards
were arranged for the players. A Yule-
tide atmosphere was suggested in the
decorations. The hostess was assisted
in serving by Mrs. J. R. Pemberton.
Mrs. Richard 'Breeding of Eugene re
turned home yesterday, after a few
days visit with Salem relatives.
The members of the -Woman's Home
Missionary sooiety of the F ist Method
ist church -will hold their annual din
ner in the church parlors tonight at
6:30. It will be in the nature of a
"Hoover treat." A program will be
given later in the evening.
Congratulations are being extended
to Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Bonnell at their
home in Portland upon the arrival of
a daughter. Mr. Bonnell was a form
er manual training instructor in the
Salem h,igh school.
Mrs. Cal Patton of Portland is visit
ing in Hal em as t he guest of her mot h
er, Mrs. Will Goodrich, at her home
The ladies of the Jason Lee church
were entertained at their regr.lar month
lv "coffee" last Friday by Mrs. J. i.
Vnruh at her home, 1595 Rose street.
Several musical neleetlons contributed
to the pleasure of the social hour. Mrs.
H. a. Hams and Mrs. ieo unrun. as
sisted the .hostess.
Miss Era Miller of Hanisburg iaas
returned. home -after a-few davs visit
in Salem isa the guest of her -sister,
Miss Jessie Miller.
Miss Jean Belle was a Portland vis
itor over the weak end.
The party for which Mrs. W. T. Sta-
ley was to have been hostess Friday
night at the Country club for her son,
raul Btaley, has been postponed until
Monday evening, owing to the Home
Conking festivities t the high school
rraday night, which will include many
of the same participants bidden as
guests to the affair planned by Mrs.
tualey for the younger set tho same
Mies La Von Coppock who is teach
ing in a rural school at Antone, ia
Whecrer eounty, is enjoying a weeks
visit in Salem -with her mother, Mrs.
T. J. Uoppoek, at her home, 1394 Sax-
11 8 Days
I $16.48 TO $45.00
THE STORE FEATURING PRACTICAL GIFTS
8 Days It
Do your shopping mornings when you possibly can. The afternoons are
so rushed that it is impossible to handle all trade--Saturday is always a big
day for out-of-town people. We ask our city trade.to please do their shopping
other days if they can conveniently do so.
This store will keep usual hours during Christmas week. Open Saturday
Evening until 8 o'clock ; all other evenings the usual hour, 5 :45.
$19.75 TO $34.75
$14.75 TO $44 75
Every garment offered this season's stock. The greatest buying opportunity
issiiifciiiw i: . or the year.
SEE OUR LINE OF CREPE DE CHINE LINGERIE GARMENTS
Pre-Holiday Selling on Novelty Jewelry
SILK KIMONOS '
HAIR BOW BLBB0N3
DENNISON'S HOLIDAY BOXES TOWELS
DENNIHON'8 PAPER NOVELTIES LINENS
DENNISON'S ZMAS SEALS BEDDING
. FABRIC GLOVES
Feminine Articles Exclusively
If You are in Doubt Buy A Merchandise Order
U. G. SHIPLEY CO.
145-147 N. LIBERTY STREET
1 mi FORGET THE RED CROSS CRISTMAS ROLL CALL JOIN NOW!
AN EFFECTIVE POULTICE
One of the most effective poultices
vet iound for removing cocgestion in
ease of inflnenai, pneumonia, grippe,
etc., ia PUKOLA Medicaltd Plaster.
This necessity of life is easily applied.
Absorbent as well as antiseptic, and a
(treat : aid to recovery. 3oc and eoc
cans at all druggists
inaw street. Miss Ooppoek, has just the
week's vacation and wall return to her
school Sunday, much to the regret of
her many Salem friends, who weT an
ticinatini a loneer sojourn over the
Christmas holidays. Jlis Coppock is
well known to Salem as a clever read
er, havinir graduated last spring from
the Fish School of Expression.
Albert Osuma, aged 80, and once pri
vate secretary to Emperor Maximilian
of Mexico, was killed at San Pedro
Thursday by being struck by an elec
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
'Bat. the old-fashioned nmstard-Dlaster
burned and blistered while it acted. Get
the relief and help that mustard
plasters gave, without the plaster and
wit trout ine ouster
Muateroie does it It is dean, white
ointment, made with oil of mustard. It is
acientinoally prepared, so that it works
wonders, and yet does not blister the
Just massage Musterole in with the finger-tips
gently. See how ouickly it brines
relief how speedily the pain disappears,
Use Musterole for sore throat, bron
chitis, tonsilrtis, croup, stiff neck, asthma,
neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy,
rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of
the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles,
bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of
the chest (it often prevents pneumonia!.
v auu vw fus, uuspuaj size
-In tho green grass and blooming flow
ers of Beautiful Oregon te the snowy
I wastes of the Kaisas winter time.
B r Tho lure of Turner has again brought
I ;Bek a worthy citizen, Ira Pease, within
. hflr fold. Mo fri.n,l0 1,1,1 1,; i
mu ufui nti"
Five Health Officers Over
State Wi Enforce
By action of the statv board of
health, at its annual meeting, influ
enza is placed on the list of quaran
rinable diseases throughout the state.
Dr. A. C. fieeley of Portland, secre
tary of tho boar. I and state l.ralth of
ficer, reported that good results are
being obtained from the use of anti-
tiu vaccine, whu'U is being distributed
by the board free.
The board will ask tho rext legisla
ture for an appropriation of $95,000,
as against $-5,000 for th last two
years, in order to be prepared to meet
and cope with any epidemic which may
hit the state and to perform the work
which the board feels is necessary.
It is proposed to divide the state
into five districts and employ a dis
trict health officer for each district
to see to the enforcement of state
health laws and rogulatiuns.
Dr. il. Brooks of Portland was elect
ed president of the board ftr the neit
year, and Dr. C. T. Bacon of La Grande
was Chosen vice president. Dr. Seeley
was continued as secretary and health
(Capital Journal Special Service.
Turner, Or., Dec. 17. C. M. Miller, saw
mill man of Aiunsville, ia u wal
with L. II. Turner which if consumated
will be a fine asset to Turner, bring
ing several more families here.
M-. McClelan and Mrs. Fast of Har
ion were business callers here Monday.
Mrs. B. O. Brown is in Portland fnr
a week's visit with her husbaifd and
B. C. Porter nf Anmsville nu a vim.
itor in Turner Friday.
lArtL Billinrslev. a visitor mm Tn.
peka, Kansas, finds a pleasing contrast
Harold Stone, of Bochoster, N. Y.,
las been appointed superintendent of
all bureaus for aiding soldiers and sail
ors in securing employment.
Thousands of tobacco growers of Ken
tucky, dissatisfied with the prices being
paid by the manufacturers, arc with
drawing thoir supply from the market.
Tho budget for, Yamhill eounty the
coming year aggregates (312,000.
Try Making Your Own
San ran save about S?, n,l have
a brttr rrntrrij than thf. ready
muda kind. Easily duo.
lies of every known "ready-made" cough
exm-uy, ,vou pronaoiy eouta nos get as
much real curative power as there is in
rihia nimivU l
which is easily prepared in a few min
utes. Get from any druggist 2 ounce of
Pinei, pour it into a pint bottle and
fill the bottle with syrup, using either
Til il in f.ran.1 1 u mnrvnm )-..;:.. L
molasses, honev, or corn syrup, as
desired. The result is a full pint of
really better cough syrup than yon
could buy ready-made for three timed
the mnnev. Tafitpa Yilpflana anrt titronn
AT F,nPT "nJ ST preparation gets'
right at the cause of a cough and giv-s!
-v--" -uiujcutiio feuei, je loosens irm
phlegm, stops the nasty throat tickle
. U.-A.B mo eurv, lrriukiea mcmuranea
so gently and easily that it is really
I A day's use will usually Overcome the
ordinary cough and for bronchitis
eronp, whooping cough, and) bronchial
sthma, there is nothing better.
1 Pmez is a most vahianle concentrated!
compound of gennine Norway pine x
Jract, and has been use for generations
to break up severe coughs.
m, T yoid disappointment, ask you
druggist for "214 ounces of Pinex" with
full directions, and don't accept anything
else. Guaranteed to give absolute satis
faction or money promptly refunded
The Pinex Co, Ft Wayne, lad.