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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1918.
A parent troubled over a child or a fast-growing
youth, could do no better than to utilize the
definite help that
affords as a strengthening and nourishing factor.
A very little of Scott's every day, during a time
ot stress, furnishes elements ot nourishment essentia
to the blood and tends to confirm a growing child
in robustness. For your boy or girl, you will not
be satisfied with anything short of Scott' $,
Boott Bownt. Bloom Stld. N. J. 1MI
COTOSE AT ANNAPOLIS
University of Oregon, Eugene. Or.
i)oc.. ?0. AB examination will be given
January 17, 1919, at the University of
Oregon to any qualified voutir man re
siding in the first congressional district
r tuis state who care to try out lor
admittance to the United States Naval
Academy at Annapolis. He may or
wr aot be a University of Oregon stu-
dent, following a request made .Monday
oy uongressmsn w. U Uawley.
Applicants must not be younger than
f lift always presm&Se-
f aways preseidMe-
H now possible for itwj
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oeauty tnen reallf
unrivniMi Deauty builder
for face, neck and handa. Doean't rub
or wash off. Splendid foreveningmaka
up. Your mirror will prove iia merit
: , MES. IRENE BCOTT
13 N. High St.
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Ron that weakening, persistant cough
or eoM, thrwttr'ns throat or lunar
ffecttona, wltn ukskman'a Alterative,
the tonio and upbullder of 20 yeara
successful uaa. SOo and $LC0 Dottle
from drunrlats. or from
ECKMAN LAbORATOBTf hlladelpbla
16 nor older thaa 20, on April 1, 1919.
The appointment will bo for a full
four-year course at the academy. The
mental examination includes punctua
tion, spelling, grammar. United States
history, geography, arithmetic, algebra,
through quadratic equations, and plane
geomotry. A rigid physical examina
tion will also be given. Professor E.
E. DeCon, head of the mathematics de
partment at the University of Oregon,
will be the chairman of the examining
Further information regarding the
qualifications and regulations of the ox-1
amination may be gotten from the pres
ident 'a office any time before the date
set for the examination.
YANKS IN CANADA'S CASUALTY
Ottowa, Oont., Dec. 20. The follow
ing America!, are mentioned in to
day's Canadian casualty list:
Prisoner of war, repatriated: F. 8.
Kllway, San Bernrdino, Cal.j J. D. Orr,
Bellingham, Wash.; E. Milnes, Butte
Mont.; 8. Cohen, San Francisco.
Four shipping men, tow shipping
firms and an official of the former Ger
man consulate pleaded guilty at Sao
Francisco to a conspiracy to supply Ger
man, warships at sea.
JOURNAL WAOT ADS PAY
By CABOL & DEBBLB.
Mrs. G. W. L&flar. was hostess yes
terday afternoon Tor the- P. a. u,
which met at her residence on South
Liberty street for the recular fort
nightly meeting of the Sisttrhood. The
program was a vaned one, each mem-
ber contributing to a general discus
sion of Current .Events with a report
on some timely topic Bed cross sew
ing also occupied the attention of the
members a part of the afternoon. Lat
er a dainty luncheon was served by
the hostess. Mrs. William MeGiIcanst,
Sr., will entertain the P. K. 0. next
Mr. Bad Mrs. v. a. Park, accompan
ied by Mi. and Mrs. Isaac Lee Patter
son and Percy Collier, motored down
to Portland yesterday for a combined
business and shopping trip, returning
Mrs. E. T. Judd returned yesterday
from a three week 's sojourn in Astoria
where she was the guest of her son,
. C. Judd. an attorney in Astoria. An
other son, George F. judd. is expected
to arrive in Salem tnis wee from Los
Angeles. California, to pass the holi
days with his parents. Mr. Judd has
just received his discharge from the
service, having been stationed at Camp
uancocK, Virginia. His orotner at As
toria will also spend Christmas in Sa
lem at the family boms on South 22nd
The Leisure Hour club was delight-
Lkater Up Quickly Under the Seothiot I
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nanus's Wizard Oil
In cases of rheumatism and lame
back it penetrates quickly, drives out
soreness, and limbersup stiff, aching
loints and muscles.
Wizard Oil is an absolutely reli
able, antiseptic application for cuts,
burns, bites, and stings. Sprains and
bruises heal readily under its sooth
ing, penetrating qualities.
Get it from druggists for 30 cents.
It not satisfied return the bottle and
get your money back.
Ever constipated or have" sick
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The Time Is Short
And Remember the Very Best Time to Shop Is
From 8:30 to 11:30 a. m. You will be Most Forc
ibly Impressed With That Fact at
These Are Interesting Times At this Store Chiefly Because of the Generous
Shower of Real Bargains. Every Article Being of Practical Worth.
fully entertained Wednesday after
noon by Mrs. Charles H. Weller and
Mrs. Perry W. Raymond at Mrs. Well
er a resideae sa Oemekria street
Seasonable decoration afforded a fes
tive background for the gathering.
The pleasantries, ot the afternoon con
cluded sajoyabljr with the- refreshment
Additional guests numbered Mrs Ed
ward Weller. Mrs. a E. HuUt, Mrs. A.
N. Moores, Mrs. Eobert Kinney of As
toria, Mrs. T- B. Andersos and Miss
Miss 'Nell fiykea arrived home last
night from Bremerton, .Washington, to
pass the holiday season with her broth
er and wife, Mr. and Mrs, Horace
Sykeg at t&eir home, 1231 Center
street. Miss fiyhes went to Bremerton,
early in- the fall to assume charge of a
large cafeteria at the Hostess House,
and owing to her exceptional efficien
cy has since been assigned superviaioa
of an additional cafeteria in the ship
yards iu connection with the Bremer
ton navy station.
Miss Margaret White, who has been
quite ill the past wee, is now eonva
lesaing satisfactorily at the home ot
her (parents, Mr. and Mrs. Balph White,
zi ooutn inuren. -
Mrs. Frank 8. Francis 'has been join
ed over the holidays by her husband,
who has just been released from the
naval service. Mr. Francis was station
ed at Peneacola, Florida. He leaves
December 30 for Drain, where he has
accepted a position in the Drain high
school. Before his enlistment Mr. Fran
cis was principal of the Bend high
school. During her husband's absvnee,
Mrs. Francis has taught ir the Lin
coln school, making her home with
Mrs. A. A. Lee at the Lee residence
on State street.
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Mrs, Irwin of 451 North 18th
street has returned to Salem after a
several months visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Paul Valerius, of Bellingham,
Washington. Mrs. Irwin also visited in
Vancouver, IB. ., and on her return
trip, stopped off at Vancouver, Wash
ington, where she was the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. William walck.
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The members of the Artisan lodge
held their regular meeting last mgat
at the I. 0. O. F. hall. The business
session, culminated enjoyably with a
social hour, a large Christmas tree be
ing the paramount feature of the fes
tivities. A collection of mirth provok
ing and comical presents were exehang
ed between the members, productive of
much gay diversion during the remain
der of the evening.
Santa Claus wag impersonated by A.
A. Gueffroy, who assisted in the dis
tribution of the handsome gifts, found
on the Christmas tree for the members
of the drill team and lodge officers, as
a token of remembrance from Mrs. U.
E. TerwiUiger, master Artiean of the
lodge the past year, who is to be suc
ceeded the coming year by Glen Niles.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Jarvia of
Worcester, Ohio, sre visiting Dr. and
Mrs. T. O. Altman. Mr. Jarvis is Mrs.
Altman' s brother and this is their first
visit to the coast.
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FEMININE ARTICLES ONLY
Now is the time and this is the place to get the Particular gifts for Which you :
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Here you will find gifts with a Personality to Them Which imparts that Ap- .
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bloatiag and that awful distress that
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Women's Crepe da Chins Underwear
Women's Hand Embroidered Underwear
" CLOTHES BRUSHES
TENNIS0N'8 PAPER NOVELTIES INCLUDE STICKERS, TAGS, CARDS, TWINE BOXES, TISSUE,
PAPER, CREPE PAPER, XMAS NAPKINS, STREAMERS TABLECLOTHS, DOLLIES, CRACKERS, NUT
CUPS, AND ALL ITEMS FOR SENDING XMAS PACKAGES
YEAR-END CLEARANCE PRICES ON
Coats Suits Dresses
U. G. SHIPLEY CO.
145-147 N. LIBERTY STREET .'
Standard Merchandise at Popular Prices
ployes of Stone and Webster (subcon
tractors on the job) were transferred
to the Hog Island payroll and their sal
aries raised from $3973 to $5879 each
Lodge Demands Information
On Shlim; Of Battleships
Discount on all Men's and Boys'
tt iv,f Sw
s r ' rr s x
Still AGood Assorbsent Left
40c to 8 c
90c to $1.85
....$1.75 to $20
-Jjirgo t "Women's Mi8Hsn
and Children's Sweaters, reduc
ed 20 to S3 1-3 per cent
Lot of Fancy Trimmed Corset
Covers, less 20 per cent.
Lot of Women's Union and
Two-pieco Underwear, less 20
Lot of fancy 30-inch Turkish -Towels,
reduced front B5e to
All 36-im-h Jersey and 40-in.
Tuaaah Silks reduced to 76o
Still a few 27-inch Messaline
Silks at 75c
All Fur Trimmiags half pries)
Seven pieces l.U0 and 1.25
Corduroys, at yard, 75c.
'Woolen Blankets lass 20 per
Slightly imperfect Bed Spreads
less 33 13 per cent
Lot of Men's $140 Pleated
Bosom Stiff Cuff Shirts, 85c
Men's $1.15 to $1.33 Knitted
Men's $1.50 to $1.75 Knitted
Lot of Women's $3.35to$a
Another lot of $4.20 to $4.90
Choice, lot of $3.0" to $6.00
Construction Held Up.
When shipyard officials began to dis
entangle the freight congestion they
found little of the material they needed
at once could be had. Construction of
the ways and of the yard proper, thus
was delayed for weeks, according te
Elaborating further tho charge, of
mismanagement, the report says:
"Having failed to make adequate
progress during the first twelve weeks,
when the weather was good, the cor
poratioa sought to make up for kt
time by jamming the work through six
or seven weeks of unusual cold when
it was impossible to make progress com
mensurate with the effort or expense,
Often trying; to work night shifts, over
time and holidays at enormous increase
in pay rolls to do work that could bi
done in a fraction of the timo in prop
er construction weather. Much of this
work could have been postponed with
out detriment to the program as I
Equipment Held Idle.
'Laws quantities of construction
and floating equipment were brought
to the island held idle during tsvse
weeks at a monthly rental of five per
Effort at speed under such impossi
ble conditions resulted in abandonment
of most forms of dredging and machine
digging, forcing the substitution of
hand picking and shoveling, often ac
companied by blasting or thawing 9Ka
en ground, and involved a sudden and
horisontal increase Again in the num
ber of laborers needed without ade
quate time t build up the supervising
Amplifying their charges that tre
mendous increases in salaries were au
thorised out of the government funds,'
the investigators reported that 37 em-l
Washington, Dec. 19. Senator Lodge
today demanded that the secretary of
state, now in Paris, inform tho senate
whether the peace delegates of the
United States are advocating the de
struction of all surrendered German
battleships as reported in a Paris eabio
The resolution asking for the infor
mation, further demands that the see-
retary of state, if the report is cor
rect ' 'show by what authony the dele
gates to the peace conference are de
manding the destruction of enemy pro
perty in part surrendered to the Unit
Lodge refused to make any comment
on the resolution, but said he would ask
its consideration later in the day when
he would give his reasons for asking
Two thousand Navajo Indians resid
ing in Apache county, Ariz., hnve died
Ten Oregon and two Washington men
woro commissioned second lieutenants
at Quantico, Va., Monday.
Eight transports sailed from France
tins week with sick, wounded and dis
charged American soldiers.
Six deaths from influenza were re
ported at North Bend Wednesday. Hos
pitals and nurses are overtaxed.
Lars Gisholt, a young man from Co
quille, is reported killed in Franco on
tho day the armistice ws signed.
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Olympic Flour, sack
Valley Flour, snek
The above prices cash at
Have a complete stock of all kinds
of feed, including Mill Bun. Beet Pulu.
Alfalfa Molasses, Feed, Alfalfa Meal,
.Rolled Barley, Gronnd Barley, Barley
Chop, Rolled Oats, Berkshire Hog Feed,
More Pork, More Fat, snd various mix
Hay and Star aw
Have in stock fancy and choice
grades of Alfalfa Hay, Oat Hay, Cheat
Hav and bright dean Wheat Straw.
You wiii always find onr prieea as
low- or lower than attar dealers, and
the quality the best oa the market
Pay cash and get the benefit of eur
special cash prices ,it will save you
D. A. White & Sons
253 STATE ST, SALEM, OR.
For Receiver of
ffiffi BROS. DAIRY
At West Salem, Oregon.
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 21, AT 10:30 A. M.
48 milch cows, 1 2-year old Holstein bull, 2 automo
biles, wagons, garden cultivator, harrows, mowers,
spraying outfits, lot of hay, lot of milk bottles, and
all other effects of a complete up-to-date dairy.
Jno. E. Cronan, Receiver
J. T. Wilson, Auctioneer.
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