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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON.TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1918.
OKU wt ths not captivating and
srigiaaJUr planned javenikt par
tie of the holiday season was the
Miui Christmas entertainment giren
yesterday afternoon by Miss Beatrice
JJ&eitoa tar ker yoaagt piano pupils
at the T. W. O. A. room. The jollities
f the afternoon were initialed with a
Yuletido feast for the asae'ablage of
atnall guests, a Christmas motif being
elaborately earned out in the table doe-'
ratiana and refreshments. The crown
iX touch from Altut point of Tiew of
tea lit. Vie folk, was the array of seven
miniature Christmas trees in all their
sparkling luster, i
immediately following the foetal ban
quet, the entrance of OMr. and Mr. Han
t Olaue" (Kenneth Allan and Caro
line Larabrith) afforded much snsrri
tent for the goodly company -of small,
pecttators. The actual appearance of
iiaarta Claus brought genuine joy into
the heart of one youngster, who had
written his particular Santa Claus, sow
ver in France to be sure to visit him
Uhriatmas, and had received a reply
stating that anta Claua would be de
tailed across seat thii year. So wfcon
lie diminutive Santa Clans of yester
day announced that he had decided to
ome oo Salem after all, there was
much rejoicing among hie wes proto
jreoa. And his audience was entirely
satisfied with the apologotio explana
tion that he eould not come down the
aimny because of the "flu I "
Then followed his liberal distribu
tion of gifts and candy novelties, af
ter which he called for a 'program. A
miscellany of Ohriatmat songs, carols
and reading were accordingly given
for the frioanurs of this Yulntide honor
raest, Mjss Bedford assisting at the pi
ano. Before hit departure Santa Claus
asked the young morry makers to share
their Christmas pleasure with a host
of less fortunate children. Thereupon
aoh guest dropped his mus into a ool
leetion box, waioh as a result hold a
sum of $2.50,- to be turned over to the
coffers of the salvation Aru.y.
The rooms wero beautifully deco
rated with Chrjstmas groenory and pre
aentod a festive background for t Ho
fcoliday frolic. Those in ohm-go of the
arrangements and general program
were. Miss Flora Fletcher, Miss J&tAier
Miller, Miss Bertha Vick, Miss Klva
Amslor, Miss Ruth 'Bedford, Miss Gen
evieve Yamikee, Miss Grace Fawk,
Miss Laura Ar.enz, Miss 'Genevieve En
dicott. ......'. :
The small guests, who to the number
of 33 romped through an afternoon of
Merriment and jolly diversion were:
Maine Fostor, -Dorelle Anderson, Lo
raine (Fletcher, Wiuifrod Gamble, Vel
lidda Oh mart, Bernice iiuovey, Louise
llerren, Truth' and Rose Huston, Dar
rH Myers, Maxino Myers, Kennetn
Allen, OaruTSne Lambrith, ' Pauline
Johnson, liuth Buckner, Lena Medler,
ilargarot Buniinnberg, Catherine Mul
hof, Dorothy BiJl, Gladys Larmar, Ber
tha Baibeook, Hollin Gruber, Francis
Mapes, Carl Newton Jeannvtte Sykes,
J-Xoanor Kcumidt, .Edith May Jonks,
MTihs Mabel dioberUon will be a de
lightful holiday hostess tonight and
tomorrow entertaining a few friends
informally at a small -house patty at
Iter home on Center street. Bidden for
the Christina eve festivities are Miss
Marenco Cleveland, Miss Krina Sterling
ad Miss Beatrice Hale. This coterie
af gaests will be joined tomorrow at
the Robertson home by Dr. and Mrs.
V. II. KobentBon and son, Gliar Urn, and
Lieutenant (juiney Hale, who will further-share
tha Christmas hospitality of
Miss ttobertson at an enjoyable din
Mr. anil Mrs. Louis H. Tarpley of
lrtand will be Christmas day guests
af Mr. Tarpley 's parents, Mr. and Mrsf-
1. C Tarpley at their home on North
l.itinrt streak They arrived ia Salem
Clyde B. Clancy will leave tonight
for Taoonie, where he will spend Christ -aaas
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
The majority of the Willamette girls
staying at Dew Drop Inn havt either
gone heme over the holidays or are
visiting friends out of town. Among
thoao who have already left for their
various destinations are Miss Kuth Aus
tea, who has gone to St. Helens; Miss
Wunice IVuili, Drain, Oregon; Mine Lei
la Kutiy, l'ortland; Minn 1011a Amter
asa, irranta I'aas; Miss 'Fay MeKiinie,
1st GrainV; Miss Mildred Stevens, ripo
fcaae; Miss Otmevicve Bievt, Milton,
tiragon; Mias Kstnr-r Yend, Walla Wal
la, Washington; Miss Laura Kogulus,
aGtas eatriea Sholttm will pass
lralni day In Portland as the guest
af Musi Minnetta iMagers, going up
'resident and Mra J. H. Aekerman
af Moraimth eollegs are spending the
koliday week with their daughter, Mra
Ji F. ikrletoa.
faenteaant Quinry Hale, who has
fcoen attciding Che balloon school at
Alcadiao, CjiUfottiia, jia passing the
wek in Malem as th gueot of ais sis
ter, Miss Beatrice Hale. He as en route
ta ais aaaas ia Spring Valhry, Minne
The Daughters of the American Rev-1
latioa will hold their Deeembar meet-!
ig Ka'arday afternoon at the home of i
Mrs. V. J. Hhipley, 245 Aorth Thir
lamitk street. Tha ewsaaa will be a ;
Itamm one for the most part, plans
fceiajT hdd for tha meeting of the state ,
awartl of the EtauRhtars of Ue Ameri-1
caa EoTftlutioa, who will aaaeiabls ia 1
By CAROL S. DIBBLE
Salons asxt month, probably the second
Hatvrday ia January. The members of
Caesseketa chapter will gather prompt
ly at 2:30 Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Chambers of
Portland, will be Christmas day guests
of Mrs. Chambers' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Steusloff, sharing in the
family reunion annually enjoyed by the
Steusloff family at this season of the
year. Clauds Steusloff, a son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Steusloff, is stationed
at Quantieo, Virginia, with the marine
eorpe. He will pass ' holiday fur
lough in New York city. Ho plans to
return to Salem in r eDruary
Oregon friends and the music world
at large are mourning Che losg of Tom
lXrtwon of Portland, Oregon music star,
who recently fell a victim to pneumo
nia at his home in New Tk. Mr. Dob
son was a brother of Mrs. John Logaa
of Portland and though residing in the
east the grcator part of the time was
well known in Portland; frequently
passing his summers on tho coast. As
a close friend of Ford Tarpley of Port
land, Mr. Dobson occasionally accom
panied the former to Salem, when Mr.
Tarpley visited here as the guest of
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hears
C. Tarpley of 739 North Liberty street.
The Best Cough Sgrup
Her sa aT war to wmf , sad
- rt taws the best xmcti iimlf
yen na tried.
home. But have you ever used it t WhcBlod the delightful Christmas program
you do, you will understand why thou-' furnished by the elub members and the
sands of families, tho world over, feel j children,
that they eould hardly keep house with-1 A hu Christmas troe tastefully dec
.Vltt.oVa? orated and heavily laden with gift, for
n.rn it a nermanent nlace in Tour home, one and all, occupied ono corner of tho
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Detter oouan remeay inan you couia nuj home really irlad that Christinas bad
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throat and chest ailments.
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satisfactloa or money promptly rclunijtidi
Ths Piaex Oon Ft. Wayne, lad.
SPRING VALLEY NOTES
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Spring Valley, Or.. Dec. 24. Koad 8u
pervlser Frank Crawford is getting gra-vol-on
the Zena lane as fnst as posslblo
beforo the first of the year.
B. C. Shophord and C. W. Dancer each
have petitions ont for joad supsrvior.
Mra E. Fredrieks and daughter
Francos, who has been visiting at Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Crawford's left Wed
nosday for Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mra Bay Nash drosa to
Portland Thursday, visiting with his
mother at Newberg an their return
John Smith's children are reported
ta hare the scarlrtina.
Roy Barker is in Portland -where he
is being treated by Dr. A. C Smith.
Harlan Jerman spent the week end
with his sister, Mrs. Joss Walling.
Mrs. Caroline Gibson who has been
staying with her father, Capt. P. F.
Clark, motored baek to her place at
W. N. and Harvey Crawford made a
business trip to Uillsboro and Forest
Grove last Tuesday.
Mra James French was a Saturday
shopper la Salom.
ClratMrs sculp nwrt.
Ina luir. ElHniMia
lid prrvenla daiKiruff.
Enliruu srowth. in.
suits hundnce of
ME& IBEXB SCOTT, 185 H. High 8t
Erpressions of sorrow from -friends
ia the oast are beginning to arrive in
Oregon. Notable among which is a tri
bute of affectionate appreciation from
the pen of Kate Douglas Wiggin, tha
novelist, written for tho Nor York Sua
She says ia part::
' "Tom Dobson ia dead, kt I write, the
quaint boyish name that never com
pletely defined or expressed him oh,
it seems impossible that only a week
ago he made his little part ol the world
vibrant with his unique personality.
Tom Dobson 's sense of humor was of
an exquisite sort that belonged to him
alone. There was the most delicious
humor in his face, in bis voice, ia his
fingers. One laughed with him whole
heartedly; but in another instant one
found that all this nonsense was but
the upper current of a deeper sea. A
few chords, a change of theme, and
he made mirth seem cheap and obvious,
while he touched tho -heart of his
hearers, and made their eyes moist with
unshed tears. In the first rank,' though
never crowded, must always include
half a hundred names or more, and Tom
Dobson must always have a place all
his own. There he is, and there he will
forever be, enshrined in the hearts of
his loyal friends and admirers. It is
such as he who are passionately mourn
ed and never replaced."
Annual Club Rennica
Held At Shaw Last Week
Shaw, Or., Dec. 124. The Toleta club
of Shaw eelebrated its annual Christ
mag reunion on Dee. 18, at the home
of Mr. and Mra. Oren Lewis. Nearly
1 1 .1. . i . i . .1.1 . i
room and from its radiant branches
8ed Christmas choor upon the hearts
, An,A M
In the artistically decorated dining
room was served a delicious and dainty
banquet and at a late honr all
The liul Cros Christmas Toll call of
ci(,nr Lnke auxiliary has the following
L"8 Zro. v
J. L. Pickens, Mrs. J. L. Piokeps, ff.
Everett Wholan. Mrs. Iafo Hill, Mrs.
J. L. Chamberlain, Mrs. Hoy Orey, Miss
Bose Simon, Anton' Wirth, Mrs. J. M,
O'Ncil, Carl J. O 'Neil, V. 8. navy, Pvt.
Anton O'Neil, J. M. O'Neil, F. M. Lick,
Bay Lick, Misg Christina Harold, B. M.
Diem, J. F. Diem, Mrs. Francis Ganiard,
Alex Harold, Mrs. Alex Harold, Mrs.
Joe Miethof, Mrs. Aleena Baker, Emit
Beier, Frank Wirth, A. M. Anderson,
Mrs. A. M. Anderson, Walter Ander
son, Inis Anderson, Hazel Anderson, C.
M. Tanqnnry, Mrs. C. M. Tanqnary, Mrs
Win. Buchanan, Paul Girod, Mrs. Paul
Girod, Ralph Girod, Theodore Gired,
Lewis Girod, Paul Girod Jr., J. C. Me
Farlane, Mrs. J. C. McFarlane, Altheene
Shelley,- Mrs. L. J. Massey, O. H. Har
old, Mrs. O. H. Harold, Herbert Har
old, C. L. McCormick. Mrs. C. L. Me-
Cormick, Homer Gouley, Mrs. Homer
Gouley, Mrs. Chas. Snyder, Mrs. D. L.
Wee ho, Mrs. J. L. Burns, Mra. James
Kolley, F. O. Harold, B. A. Jones, Mrs.
B. A. Jones, W. fl. dement, Mra W. a
Clement, G. G. ltcckner, A. L. Beckner,
C A. Petnel, Mrs. C. .A. rVtsel, C. L
Beckner, Myrtle Beckner, William Col
lard, Clair Collard, Miss Grace Uek, B.
K Hayes, Mrs. B. E. Hayes, Miss Ena
Cozcl, Mrs. O. J. P. Nolan, Corporal
Alford K. Nolan, Corporal Percy H.
Mehnnbel, John Z. Painter, Miss Z.
Painter, Mildred Painter, AnnL. Pain
ter, Harry Moore, Mrs. Harry Mooro,
Win. Benuett, Mra John Etter, John
Etter, Vivian Etter, Geo. Brown, Mra.
Geo. Brown, Mra. J. W. LaFollett, Miss
Gladys LaFollett, Mrs. E B. Mocth,
Mrs. Harvey Evans, Mra G. W. Gar
ner, O. G. Garner, Miss Effie Balr, Ey
thul Mason, L. . H. Mason, Mra T.
Stolk, J. H. Mason, Pvt. Boy A. Dan
nor, Glenn Etter, Mra C. W. Pugh, Geo
Sargent, Mrs. Geo. Sargent, Miss Ola
dy Sargent, Mra Augusta Barnick,
Leonard Barnick, Louisa O'Ncil, Fran
ces O'Ncil. I.ydia Yakley.
With Violatins Terms
Washington, Dec. 23. Gross viola
tion of the armistite terms by German
Austria is charged in official advices
received here today by Charles Perg
ler, Oseehn-Slovak representative ia
the United States, from Czecho-Slovak
minister of Foreign Affairs Bene
The Vienna government Is accused by
the Czecho slovaks of sending arms to
the German population f llohemia to
be od in a proposed uprising against
tbe free Czorho-Siovak state and also
of committing terrible atrocities' in
I imener muaoea. J. i rerrv, uapilai
JOURNAL WAHT ABS PAY'0 J,r' ""W1 verywhers.
If to mil
1 n a$
HOW RHEUMATISM BEGINS
The sxerseiatiBg agonies of rhenma-
tiam are asuaUy the result of failure
of the kidneys to expel poisons from
me system, in a majority oi eases rnm
matism is aa indication that uric acid
has pervaded the system. If the irrita
tion of these ari acid crystals is al
lowed to eoatinne, ineurable bladder or
kidney diseaea may result. Attend to
it at ones. Don't resort to temporary
relief. The amk, kidneys must be re
stored to heaJth by tha use of some
sterling remedy which will prevent a
return of tae disease.
6t some COLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil Capsules immediately. They are a
standard world famous medicine in mse
for over two hundred years. They have
brought bask the joys of life to eonnt
leea thousands of sufferers from rheu
matism, lama fcaek, lumbago, seiatisa,
gall stones, fiavel and other affections
of the kidneys, liver, stomach, bladder
and allied organs.
They will tak the poisons at one
clear out tha kidneys and urinary
traet ana the soothing healing oils
and herbs will 'restore the inflamed
tissues and organs to normal health.
GOLD M.BDAL is the original Haar
lem Oil imported direct from the home
laboratories ia Haarlem, Holland, iy
the Genuine Haarlem Oil Mfg. Co.,
Haarlem. Holland. American office,
116 Betkman Bt, N. Y.
All otkers-ars imitations. Ask for
GOLD MEDAL and be sure the same
GOLD MEDAL is on the box. Three
sizes, at all food druggists.
MERRY CHRISTMAS IN
(OsattaaoJ from sags enej
As for presents perhaps the less said
about, them ths better.
Mrs. Kirseb. on Christmas sight will
give a "spread" lor tier youngest
daughter, Margaret, who will be nust
two years old. . The spread will come
from the Salvation Army basket and
in addition there are four oranges a
stranger left at tbe tenement tody.
But why ao happy I
"Because I've got my nine children,
every eae of 'em," said Mrs. Kirseh
"The doctor said Tony was going o
die yesterday, and here he is looking
pretty well. The good Ood helps us
out. I was making paper flowers and
all the little ones were helping me, but
i had to quit because my eyes were
bad, and I was only getting fifty cents
a thousand anyhow, and it took two
days to make that many. And here is a
hew job right at Christmas time, iron
ing for a band laundry at two cents
for each piece I iron. May be I ean
make 33 cents a day that way when
I'm feeling rwht.
" Things art looking better for us than
they have for a long time and I don rt
think vea vae af the children will be
hungry tomorrow. We'll aave some
And Bella smiled broadly in antici
patioa as she pinned another rag about
ths baby, for it was getting cold.
Gefrgi Wai>cn kzi
CeikAmye Ia R Y.
- m UlTrtq Aboarii
New Tsrk, Dee. E3. Tbe transport
George Waskiagtoa, on which Presi
dent WiJeoa sailed to France, arrived
ia part this aftaraaoa from Brest, .with
V)09 rrMrs and men aboard.
Tbere wars 968 wounded from var
ions parts of ths frsnet. The other sol
diers NMhscM 69 afficers and 1,484
mem or tt 139th fluid artillery, batter
ies A. B, D, fi, and headquarters eow-
paay f ths 1.17th field artillery, eon
eisting of 8 officers and 824 men, and
33 officers Of ths 13gth field artillery.
The advsnee wheel detachment,
Elereata diviaioa, consisting o 49 offi
cers and 8j) mes also was an board.
Approximately SCO wounded soldiers
of the 27th division (New York nation
al guard) aid the 20th division (Tea -neseoe,
Korta and South Carolisj
troops), arrived here today on the
British tauspart Cedrie from Livsr
pool. Ths Cedrie also had en board mote
thaa .000 troops from aero and cas
ual anita who have been quartered is
"I toeame a physical wreck front
stomach trouble and was a fit subject
only for the operating table, or grave
yard. Being discouraged, I gave way
to drink, which made things worse. I
got ao 1 didn't tare what happened,
and wasted to die. Mayr'a Wonderful
Beaaedy has cured me of everything.
Asa aw ia fiae aoaditioa and feel 23
rears younger." It- is a aii-tple, harm
leas seeparatioa that remove the ca
tarrhal atoess Croat the intestinal tract
aad allays the inflammation which
causes practioally all stonsaeh, liver
aad latmtinal ailments, including ap
peacheitr. One dose will aoavince or
Uncharged At Mosmcsth
(Capital Joaraal Bpeoial Bervios)
Manmouth, Dee. 24. The influenza
staatioa ia Monmouth is about the
same as that last week; the six eases
at tha Dormitory are improving at this
time bat have been quite severe for
ths past few days. Deaa Todd ia giv
ing the girls her personal attention,
she aad Assistant Dean bewie earing
for them personally as thoy have been
unable to secure the services of a train
ed none. Two of tho girl's mothers ar
rived Sunday evening and will prob
ably remain until their daughters are
out of danger. JUss roaa says none oi
the girls wMl fee oat by Xrsss, so ths
has given m Wed trip to
Portland1 to epead the holidays. There
are ao other eases of fka ia Ue city.
President Aekerman will spend a
part of the three weeks vacation visit
ing and inspecting the work going, on
ia the three rural center and will also
visit the capital city and the metropol
is ia tho interest of the normal school.
Professors Gentle, Butler and tiilmore
will remain ia Monmenth. Miss Taylor
will spend 2mii with her people in
Tacoma, Miss Badabangh in Creswell,
Miss Parrot in Boseburg, Miss Arbuth
not and Miss Williams in Independ
ence ,Misj Houx ia Walla Walla, Miss
Chase in Seattle, Miss Smith in Eu
gene, Miss 8ehaette, Miss Anderson,
Miss Mcintosh and Miss Lewie will
spend part of the time in Portland and
the remainder just resting and relax
ing at home in Monmouth. Mrs. Cur
ran, Miss Bramberg and Miss Durham
will also 'visit Portland, and Miss De
Vore wiH spend the greater part of
her time with her family in Oakland.
AU of Monmouth's 8. A. T. C. boys
have received their discharge and have
returned home in time for the holidays.
Senator 8. B. Houston was a recent
chapel speaker, taking for his subject
"Some problems that will be discuss
ed around the peace table." The spe
cial problems discussed by the speaker
were, shaft Germany have delegates at
this eonfereseet What indemnity
should be exacted Shall we have free
dom of tbe seas and what is a league of
nations! The senator announced that
he was opposed to Germany being al
lowed representation.; also that he was
sot in favor of freedom of the seas
providing it carried with it the priv-
Bge of blockade in time or war.
No nersonal solicitation for Bed
Cross membership renewals is being
made at this time, tho many are com
ing in voluntarily and signing the
Christmas roll. The training school has
already gone over the top with a mem
bership of 100 percent.
Graham ft Bon. local garage peopie,
have been awarded the contract for
carrying the mail between Monmouth
and Independence, for three yars be
ginning Jan. 1. Postal Inspector Clem
ents has interested himself in the eon
diticm of the road between the two
points and prospeets indicate that this
road will oe pavca aurmg vue wuuui
The Commercial club is credited with
having had road signs placed at prop
er points in he city and at intersect
ing eountry roads wniea lean two juou.-
Municipal gardens which occupied
only three vacant lot Rpee8 ave net'
tfA the neat mini of 252 fcr the two
years of tie war. Potatoes, beans and
wheat were the principal crops raisuu.
The Monmouth hotel hoe sRain clang
rl hands, the new proprietor having
already taken possession. The deal was
closed last week, ueing en?ineereu
W. D. Newlon oft the Oregon and Da-
kotji Iand Oo. Bv the deal. Mr. Itenny,
who has owned the property since last
r,riir fki over a farm at Liexing-
ton. The new owner promises he will
give the eity a first ttoss hotel
STATE HOUSE NEWS
Funds available for tt state con
solidation commission have become ex
JautA and eorae nnaaid claims of the
jwmmission will be presented to the
legislature for payment. One of taem
is a claim from John H. Carkin, a mem
ber of the commission, for $23.70, which
was received today by Secretary ol
state Tlcott for nresentation to the
legislature. Another will be claim for
Tll MINI OI Uir utunoa.v b
import, which is now wang prinwo.
Harney county wfll have a claim ol
2572.50 and Malheur eouaty a claim
of $1294 to be presented to the next
fcgislatwie for swpai oyto boaatiee.
The claims have been filed with the
secretary af state. Tbe last htgislire
:nnrai&tt! i6S.00O to be used in
matchina the counties dollar for do!
knit fund for nayinir bountiea on
qweified predatory yanimals. The ap
prspriatioB has bseome -exhausted be
fore all ths claims for bounties have
Trasscsrt Princess Motika
Die At Newport News Jan. 2
Washington. Dee. i4. The transport
Prineas Motika. with 2.MS officers,
nea aad eiviHana, sailed from France
Deeember 20 for Newport News, wher
it will dock about January 2 with the
tieeeatl and Third battalions, 37th
reffimeat coast artillery aorps, 30 or
fieers aad 723 men; casual company
MIL m officer and 0 atea; caaual
romuanv number 109. two officers an-i
150 men; casual company number 110,
two officers and 150 swi; 141st aaa-
ehine gun battalion, eoaifiosrd of men
from lamps Pike, twauregara ana
Zachary Taylor, 26 officers and 744
men; 39th divisiea "cadre", composed
of detachments from the following or
ganisations: 13rd, 134th, 135th, 156th infantry,
140th and 142nd machine gun battal
ions; 114th supply) train aad 114th
train headquarters, all trained at Camp
Beauregard, 11 officers and SI m-?r;
headquarters 30th brigade, eoit ar
tillery corps, from Camp M rrill, 6 of
ficer aad 92 meo; 13 officers, ior-mw
lag atajor uenesai i aarn ienwi
One Red Cross worker 38 civilians
ass mm sftt
THIS STORE CAN HELP JOU ON THE LAST
QUICK DECISION FOR THAT
FEMININE ARTICLES EXCLUSIVELY
U.G. Shipley Co.
145-147 N. LIBERTY STREET
and a number of sick and wounded
The transport Crastcr Hall with on
casual officer, also sailed on the 20-h
and is due at Philadelphia about Jan
Condition Of Former
Kaiserin Not Serious
Amsterdam, So.pt. 23. (Delayed).
The condition of the former kaiserin
is not serious despite reports to the
contrary from Berlin, according to n
statement issued at Count Von Bent
inch's castle today.
Recent reports stated the former
kaiserin was critically ill with heart
A Tonic and
Remove that warning- couprh or cold
with Calcerbs (the calcium tablet).
They give strength to combat illness.
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La France And Persia Mam
Bring Men Home For Xmai
New York, Dec. 24. Bringing more
than 3000 American soldiers, two
troop-laden transports from France ar
rived in port today, getting the men
home from overseas in time for yule
The French liner La France, now an
American transport, brought 8,588 of
ficers and mon. Among these were 214
wounded officers and 1,504 wounded
men. There wore also a number of men-,
tal cases on board.
Other troops on board were: head
quarters division 63rd field artillery,,
advance school detachment 11th divis
ion, 138th field artillery, supply com
pany, ordnance department, medical
corps and battories C and F, totalling
18 officers and 482 men. There were
ralso casual units.
The Japanose steamship Persia Maru
also brought more than a hundred army ,
officers and twelve wounded men.
WILSON CALLS UPON PREMIER.
Paris, Dec. 2i. President Wilson
called upon Premier Clcmcneeau this
afternoon, apparently to clear up cer
tain matters before leaving for London.
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