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TBI DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1918.
No Cocking- tn.ri.rrr
yoc Infauu,ln valida andGrowlng Children, j Rich Milk, Maltsd Grain Extract In Povwlet
TTs Ortjrfnal Food-Drink For All Ami OTHERS are IMITATIONS'
SALEM FIRE LOSSES.
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Greatest AdZrh l&r&r'
So far as is known, only 14 Umatilla
county men nave died ia the service of
inesa district was due to either colored
paper around electric lights or the
Christmas decorations in the display
In a sudden alarm of fire, notify cen
tral at the telephone of the fire giving
the address. She turns in the plug at
the telephone office that automatically
sounds all the alarm bells at the fire
station and at the same time turns on
every light t the station. Th 1 r
alarm number is 37, but the publie tel
ephone number at the station is 143.
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this and the other things as their sis
ter's rights because, after all the
bride is their sister.
"However once the groom arrives,
smiling end wholehearted and better
than anybody had hoped, he is given
the best of everything without hesita
tion." Denies Authenticity
Of Newspaper Dispatch
Paris, Dec. IS.' ' I am not only in fa
vor of the league of nations, but I be
lieve formation of such a league is ab
solutely indispensable to the mainte
nance of peace," President Wilson de
The president made this statoment in
' denying the authenticity of a dispatch
published in an American newspaper,
(lecturing ho approved the plan of the
League to Enfroce Peace.
"It is entirely false," the president
said. "I am, as every one knows, not
only in favor of the league of nations,
but I beliove formation of such league
is absolutely indispensable to the main
tenance of poace. But the particular
plan of the Loague to Enforce Peace
was never direotly or indirectly endors
ed by me."
i) I Tropos are bi'ing discharged from the
By CABOL 8. DIBBLE,
Piles Cured In 6 to 11 Days
Drturirists refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure Itching,
Blind Blcedimr or Protruding Piles.
Stops Imitation; Sootheg and Heals.
I You can act restful sleep after the first
IRENE SOOTT, 125 N. High Bt 'application. Price GOc.
t THIS STORE WILL NOT BE OPEN EVENINGS t
t DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON. WE CLOSE I
: ; AT 5:30 P. M., SATURDAYS 8 O'CLOCK. SHOP ::
;: MORNINGS IF POSSIBLE, 8:30 TO 11:30 IS THE
:; VERY BEST TIME.
ii MakeSomeOneGlad i
With a Gool Wool Blanket
A sale of Woolen Blankets at the most opportune
time. These blankets are offered at prices away be
low the wholesale market today. They are full sized
plaids and white with colored striped borders.
$ 8.50 Blankets ...$ 6.80
$10.33 Blankets $ 8.28
$13.65 Blankets : $10.92
$16.45 Blankets $13.16
$19.50 Blankets ,. ..$15.60
Bed Spread Sale
J About five dozen Crochet and Dimity Spreads known 1
as seconas - are macea on sale at far he nw their
real value. They are "seconds" because of slight im
perfections in weaving or slightly soiled loom spots,
etc. Many of these "damages" are barely noticeable
ind every spread is a big bargain. Sizes 72x84 to84x90
$2.65 Spreads $1.75
$2.93 Spreads ; $1.95
$325 Spreads ......$2.15
.$3.45 Spreads $2.30
$3J0 Spreads. .......$2.40
$4.00 Spreads ..$2.63
t A TITOS A splendid gift Heavy Wool Robes 58x80
X nuiw inches, with f ringed ends. PWui effect
I H03ES in PIeasine colors. Youll like these at
Mrs. Henry B. Thielsen returned to
Portland yesterday after a two weeks
stay in Selem as the guest of Mrs.
Eusaell Catlin at her residence on Che
meketa street. Mrs. Thielsen and her
daughter. Miss Nell Thielsen, left Sa
lem last summer to take op their resi
dence in Portland, much to the regret
of their many Salem friends, who al
ways eagerly anticipate thedt return to
Salem on occasional visits. Miss Thiel
sen accompanied her mother to Salem,
returning to Portland at the close of
the Thanksgiving holidays. Both she
and her mother were extended charm
ing social courtesies during their Sa
lem sojourn, a number of hostesses
sponsoring pretty informal affairs in
Mrs. Charles Spencer has returned to
Salem after a five weeks visit in Ta-
Mrs. Henry Museott of Dallas U the
house guest of Mrs. Luther J. Chapin
The' party to be given by Mrs. W.
I. fttaley at the country club Friday
evening has not been postponed as was
misstated in these columns last night,
but will bo held aa originally planned
Friday night at the club house.
The fortieth anniversary of the
founding of the First Methodist church
was celebrated last night by the Wo
man's Home Missionary society with
an enjoyable dinner at the church par
lors. The hostesses for the dinner num
bered the captain, Mrs. H. H. Vander-
vort, and the members of the losing
side in a membership contest, the hon
or guests comprising the winning aide,
the captain of which was Jura U. u
Clark. About 150 people participated
in the affair.
The president of the missionary so
ciety. Mrs. A. b. Hunt, aad cliarge or
the progam, Mrs. E. J. Miller acting
as toast miistress. The toasts responded
to were as follows: "Women," Mrs.
O. C. Clark; "Homo," Dr. B. k, Steeves
"Missionary," Mrs. Olive M. Band;
Society," Mrs. O. J. Underbill; 'Old
members," Mrs. Hreyman; "New mem
bora, ' ' Misg Grace Smith. The program
concluded with a reading by Mrs. Kon-
ald Clover and a vocal solo by Miss
Miss Agnes 'Bayne was hostess at a
protty little informal dinner Sunday
night at her home on Bcllvue stroot.
The table was decked with a center
piece of deep red rosesandlca and the
crimson berried holly further accentu
ating the red color notejCircling the ta
ble were Miss Florence Clovuland, Miss
Lucdle Watson, Miss lluby Wilson,
MasB Mabel Savage, Miss inga Ostiy,
Jdisg Maude Savage and Miss Lena
The annual board meeting of the Y.
W. C. A. will be held tonight in the
association rooms at eight o'clock. The
instailution of the newly eltctod offi
cers will take place, when the follow
ing wall be placed in office: Mrs. F.
A. Elliott, president; Mrs. J, H. Albert,
first vice president; Mrs, Alice H.
Dodd, second vice president; Mrs. Wil
liam Kirk, secretary; Mrs. Kollin K.
iPaie, treasurer; Mra. Frank Spears,
The Royal Neighbor of America
will hold a dinner for the members to
morrow evening at 5.30. Everyone i
requested to bring a basket ot eatables
Following tho dinner a program will
be guveu at eight o clock, wnen a
Royal Neighbor service flag will be
dedicated. The Modern Woodmen of
Amoricn and their families are also
extended a codial invitation to attend.
Former Aismsville -
Postmaster Is Dead
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Btnyton, Or Dec. 18. Ed Darby, for-
mor postmaster at Aumsville, but re
cently in tho ministry, died the 12th at
Lostine, (Jr., where he has been resid
ing. The cause of his death was pneu
monia, following influenza. He was a
brother of Claudo Darby, of this place.
Ho leaves n wife and an adopted child.
The body will be brought to the valloy
for b-iial. Mr. Darby was quite wcli
known in this part of Oregon, having
traveled through the Willamette vailov
as a singing evangelist. His wife ia
'Itiitn ill with inllucnza, but is reported
. "iCn Fcliiei! tame up fain Portland
l ho iuot of the week and visiting his
(i. f. Mack f.nd wifo Tiore from
Portland, where they have teen fo sev
Wbea Cross, x Feverish And
Sck Crre ' "CaMoniia
Children love this "fruit laxative"
and nothing else cleanses- the tender
stomaea, liver and bowels so nicely.
A child simply will not stop play
ing to empty the bowels, and the result
is, they become tightly clogged with
waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach
soors, then your little one becomes
cross, half smk, feverish, don t eat,
steep or aet naturally, breath is bad,
system full of cold, has sore throat,
stomachache or diarrhoea. Listen. Moth
erl See if tongue is coated, then give
a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
r'igs," and in a few hours all the con
stipated waste, sour bile and undigest
ed food passes out of the system, and
yon have a well, pkyful child again.
Millions of mothers give "Califor
nia Syrup ef Figs," because it is per
fectly harmless; children love it, and
it never faua to act on the stomaeh,
liver and bowels. 1
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs," which
has full directions for babies, children
of ell ages and for grown tips plainly
printed on the bottle. Beware of coun
terfeits sold here. Get the genuine,
made by "California Fig Syrup Com'
Musonie hall Saturday eicnir.g. The
following officers were elcetod: W. W.
Elder, W. M.; H. E. Bennett. 8. W.; J.
P. Wilbur, J W.i W. H Ho'jjca, treas
urer; W. F. Blakely, se Visiting
members were present and a luneu wne
The regular meeting of the Oregon
guard was held Monday night, but on
account of the absence of the colonel
commanding, no election was heid. rw
eral meetings have been held for the
pnrpose of electing officers, but for one
cause or another the election haj been
delayed. Looks like the guard was be
coming a political instead of a military
Tho moving picture theater opened
Saturday night for the first time in sev
eral weeks. No new cases of fin Bfive
been reported lately in town, although
some are Bick with the disease in the
Edward Bell of Sublimity is again at
work in the Farmers' and Merchants'
bank, after an encounter with the flu.
John T. Caldwell, who came home
from Salem just before Thanksgiving,
has" returned to ... the ' hospital thero;
where he will undergo an operation.
OPINION OF HEALTH DEPART
"If the people rolax in their precau
tions and preventive measures," said a
prominent city health official the other
day, "it is easy to see how a fresh out
break of influenza may occur. Tali is
sufficient warning to those who have
not yet been afflicted that care must
be taken to avoid sickness, by keeping
the mouth and ' throat as nearly free
from germs as possible. In this con
nection PUROLA Chlorozin should be
nod. This antiseptic mouth wash and
gargle, if used twice or three time-i
daily, tend to destroy disease germs
before they get a chance to pass Into
the system. All druggists recommend
it and guarantee it to satisfy you. 25c
and $1.00 bottles.
Cos tinned from page one)
can tossed it off at one gulp and order
ed another the French were lost and
after two rounds only Americans rest
ed their elbows on the mahogany be
cause the French were still sipping at
their first glass.
"Wine, women and song run riot in
Paris for one splendid interval while
the whole world rang with the glorious
news ef victory for democraey. For
one thing, the Germans who gave us so
many interesting moments this summer
refuse to play t the game any longer
because the Americans were too rough.
"When I first came to Paris the city
was in the midst of air raids and the
biff cimnon which they called Big Ber
thas would open up every few days and
shell the town. Paris was certainly a
sombre city. All the gas jets were
painted blue and only a few of them
were lighter. The streets were aaraer
than Kola after hoD nicking and it was
Harvey Beauchamp, who has been atan fUsy matter to get lost In Paris.
Taeoma, Wash., for some time, visited
relatives here several dayj the . past
I 6 DAYS
THE STORE FEATURING PRACTICAL GIFTS
6 DAYS I
Da 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.
I $16.48 TO $45.00
$19.75 TO $34.75
$14.75 TO $44 75
Every garment offered this season's stock. The greatest buying opportunity
of the year.
SEE OUR LINE OF CREPE DE CHINE LINGERIE GARMENTS
PreHoliday Selling on Novelty Jewelry
SILK KIMONOS .
HAIR BOW RIBBONS
DENNISON'S HOLIDAY BOXES TOWELS
DENNISON'S PAPER NOVELTIES LINENS
DENNISON'S XHAS SEALS BEDDING
Feminine Articles Exclusively
XMAS BOOKLETS it
If You are in Doubt Buy A Merchandise Order
U. G. SHIPLEY CO.
145-147 N. LIBERTY STREET
it DON'T FORGET THE RED CROSS CRISTMAS ROLL CALL JOIN NOW! I
courtyard of some town house of a de
funct duke or king that quit business
during the French revolution.
" Thcro is one thing that you can do
better in Parig than in any other part
of the world, and that ia to rest. If you
want to you can take two hours to eat
five franc dinner in- one 01 fie busiest
cafes or an hour to drink a glass of
"I have seen two or three museums
filled with relies of Napoleon and t
lot of his old clothes, but from the size
of his uniforms, he was not a big as
"Last night, everyone was a brother
of mine and I admitted it But I must
close as I feel like a soldier whom I
asked yesterday if this was his first
enlistment. 'Nope,' he said, 'It's my
tutai iiuu5 m.nS
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In the ease ef Sarah Pendleton vs.
Thev appear to have put the streets
where thev did not have anything else
to nut and as a result they run around fieaifre W. Beam and wife the court or-
Mr. Conant of Portland, who mhw i. -ircles. You walk about two miles aBT, that the nurchase nrice still due
here for a visit with his b oilier in law, trying to walk around one block and amounts to 58, and tiat the defend
C. E. Kramer, is quito kick. ift timet a promising street ends ia ant is to pay to the eounty clerk thia
amount within GO days, in default me
eleTk will eonvey a deed to the property
Involved to the plaintiff. i
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DOROTHY GISII eianiaj uigcuJ&Mmc
MISS GISH WILL APPEAR SUNDAY AT TUB OREGON IN HER NEW:
PICTURE "BATTLING JANE"
Mrs. Ellon Caldwell, who has been
in San Francisco, Cal. for several weeks;
h&i returned home.
Urn. Barah Cox returncJ Alondar
from Spiuigfi Id, where sue has Iteen
visiting for seAtral weeks la tt inv
cf her son. Her visit tlijro was at
tended longer t-un expecta. on Hicouat
of th illneej ',f members tf the fi.i.iilr.
Beu Gehle; a. u J. A. C ideiseaurt
were busin;.s v .'.trs in 8st ei Mondny
Ulnar IN eatey, who h s been vm
iling his otfa!s. Air. an) Mm Frank
lsley, lefi h'-atiay for i'eidleton
where he is -ut;iyed in a n a, and
also a mtu.'1) r at tae eiu r.re depart
uicnt. It :- nnorod tin.; wbea nett
c visiiw : i.e wili v i
P. with him.
Th annual election of eaiituini lotlgo
No. 3, A. F. A. M. wa, hold in the
Colds CM Bea4achs sad Vain
Feverish Headaches and Body Pains
caused from a eold are soon relieved
by taking LAXATIVE BROMO QUI
NINE Tablets. There's onlv one "Uro
mo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signa
ture on the box, 30c.
Sore Throat Golds
QnloMy Redavad By Hamlin's
Hamlin's WUard Oil is a simple
and edective treatment for sore
throat and chest colds. Used as a
gargtt tor sort throat it brings quick
relief. Rnbbed on the chest it wiH
oftra loosen n a bard, deep seated
cold in one night
How often sprains, bruises, cuts
and burns occur in every family, as
well a little troubles like earache,
toothache, cold sores, canker sores,
stiff neck, and tired aching fee.
Soothing, healing Wizard Oil will al
ways bring quick relief.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
If not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back;
Et constipated or have skk
headache? Just fry WUard Liver
Whips, pleasant tittle pink puis, 30
cent, onaeantecd. ; ,
Kora H. Robertson, administratrix of
the estate of Ben H. Bobertson filed
her final account and the same was al
lowed and approved by the eounty
court The heirs were declared to be
Nora H, Bobertson ,the widow, living
at Turner, and Oraa Bobertson, a son.
II months old.
MBS. McABTHira XMTK0TE3
Washington, Dec. 18. Physicians
attending Mrs. C. N. McArthur Teport-:
ed. her slightly better last night, but
still critically ill. .
Her mother, Mrs. C. C. Smit, of
Portland, arrived last evening.
Dealers In Salem who happen to be
Tfc. Mount f th HMuter of loaded np on flour substitutes may soon
it.. ... f Joko a. JoffAnum was 'find relief as it is probable that an ef
fort will be made to eoueetaewuoaa
and ship according to the instructions
of the federal food administration. The
order to allow the free use of white
flou, cream eon flou and a few others.
Practically all restrictions have Jbeen
removed as to the use of flour and food
and one may dip deep into the sngar
bowl and feel patriotic at the ssme
filed and approved by the eounty court.
The first angler's license for 1919
w-. iaaiwil tneta to EabiUmI W. jlMm.
He bs:s 1918 license bus as be was flour came so suddenly that all dealers
cIlc vuating and not sure wnuthcr hb
wnrJd v,nB by the first -cat it a I
is.iblc le have an extra lie nse en hand
one good for 191 P.
The hop market has reached the 30-
ieent level ia Oregon. Over 100,000
bake yet remain ia growers' hands.
were left with substitutes on hand more
than could be sold. C. M. Lockwoed,
county food administrator, said today
that he intense to sen notice to all deal
ers ia regard to collecting a ear lot
here. Substitutes included in the order
are victory flour, barley flour, patent
rye flour, white corn flour, yellow eorn
When you feel that your
stomach, liver or blood is
out of order, renew their
healih by taking