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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 12, 1919.
.:.;;:-;:;:.5A n Economical, Delightful, Light Place to Trade;
CONTRACTOR TLLLS '
Exquisite Styles in
Bmbridge Gains 20 Pccnds
Taking Tanlac Troubles
Remarkable Collection of
For immediate selection. The silk section displays a complete showing of designs,
weaves and colors to be chosen for the making of fashionable garments. Silk Moris is
Fashion's newest Fabric for tailored dresses in leading shades.
36 inch, price $1.48 per yard
40 inch Silk Crepe de Chine $1.69 per yard
36 inch Baronette Satine for Skirts $4.50 per yard
40 inch Silk Velvet for Sport Coats $7.43 per yard
36 inch Fancy Figured Silk for Vestees....$2.25 per yard
They are the prettiest ever. Silks, Satins, Taffetas, Georgettes, Jerseys and Serges.
Special Price $14.90 to $25.00
Dolmans Greatly Reduced '. . .$23.00, $25.00 $27.50. $29.50
416 STATE STREET aliTLihU AihfrJL " PHONE 817
: society. :
"Wlios duy'' will be observed at
, the Jllihee Country club tomorrow.
, Hojtossoa for tho occasion are Mn.
' Curtis B. (roi, Mr. Harry Hawkins,
: Mrs. Frank Hpears, Mrs. C. W, Dyer
' and Mm. 1. W. Kyre. Mrs. E. C.
s'ros will pour tli ten.
' Apropos of tho subject is might ba
well to state Unit a shower of tea.
j towels would lbs greatly appreciated.
There la sad want of these common,
but necessary articles and an npproprl-
lion of one by each lady would supply
the deficiency beautifully.
.V series of brilliant affairs are the
reception being planned by the Oregon
chapter of the Daughters of the Am
erican Revolution, honoring Mrs. Imiuc
J'atterson, who was elected vice pres
ident general at the nntional congress
of the society held ill Washington, I.
V. iu April. Mrs. J'atterson returned
from tho cwd several duys ago. This
week she will be the guest of tho Ha
lent women and Multnomah chapter
will honor her at. an early date, as will
other chapters in the stitto,
Mrs. Ilnllister H. Mcduire (Tessa
Dant) and innll daughter, Ernestine,
of Ouklund, Cal. are visiting Mrs.
Charles K. Hlolte of Mount Twbor.
Kool Kid Leathers
Men's Footwear in Various Styles of Easy Tread
Lasts for Summer Wear, Very Reasonably Priced.
One social function after another will be the order in
Salem for several weeks to come. There will be con
ventions, commencements, home-comings, etc. All
during increasingly warm weather. Men, provide
footwear for the occasions. Heavy calf leathers arc
suggestive of frost and snow. lighter leathers wear
just as well in diy weather and are a heap more comfortable.
The shoe illustrated shore is a
fine Kid stiH k of the 'Hluchor
type mado on a lust of easy and
conservative lines. Good oak
soles, welted and made by the
famous White House l'liablc
Tread Process A restful shoo
For the man who likes a iast that
come to Hie point roinr.ioms
called the Knglish last we bare
a splendid llluek Kid Hal. at
Then the other type, as bluiit as
aa eay walker. Blscs. Kid HaL
oa the Munsen V. 8. Army last
The low instep foot will like Ike
association of the "Hug me
clone" feel of this Combination
last. A splendid light Kid Hal.
Hlaek Kangnroothe peer of all
leathers for a mini 'i fine Shoe.
Takes a high polish, keeps smooth
outwears other light leuthers,
And the man that likes a little
color not conspicuously blight,
just enough to get awav from
b'nek will find the cooling ap
peal of a dark Havana Brown
Kid in this stvlinh English Hal
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'My aid time enerjrr with twenty
pounds of my lost weight have been re
turned to me ky the use of Tanlae,"
saidO. E. iHainbrKlgn, the well known
contracting painter, decorator and wall
paper mau of 89 East 11th street,
1'ortland, in as interview recently.
"Just about a year ago," said Mr.
Bhinbridee, in deserrbiiu; his case, "1
: lost my appetite and eoon got to where
nothing I would eat agreed with me.
My food would lay in my stomach and
ferment, bloat ma up as tiht as a
drum and cause me to suffer egony. Of
course I had to hvo on a very light
diet and not toeing able to get the
proper nourishment I lest weight and
strength, continually. I dropped down
from oih hundred and aixty five pounds
to one hundred and thirty two losing
thirty three pound in just a few
month. I finally got so weak and run
down I had to give up my work and
was laid up for more than five weeks.
Then I beraa suffering with rheuma
tism all over, which was especially bad
in my right arm. The muscles in this
arm would become so drawn and pain
ful that I could not got my hand to
my head. My back also hurt me all the
time, I was habitually constipated and
hatl uch terrible headaches that I
eould hardly see. I was so nervous the
least noise would upset me and I have
gone through many a night never clos
ing my eye for sleep. My strength
and energy had just about all left me
and my condition had become aJnrm
ing to me. In fact, I had toecome dis
coursed, s I had taken so much medi
cine without gc.ttinw any relief.
"Finally a friend of mine, knowing
the fix 1 was in advised me to try Tun
lac, saying his wife had been in the
same condition and that six bottles of
Tanlne restored her entirely. So after
he told me this I lost very little time
in getting me some Tanlae, and be
lie.ve uie, it has done the work. After
taking the first bottle I wa simply
eating like a bear and I have been eat
in;? just anything I want since that
time with no signs ef bolating or any
other discomfort afterwards. I -have
just finished my fourth bottle now and
the rheumatism is gone, too. With the
aid of Tanlae Tablets 1 have been re
lieved of constipation and, it's fact,
I haven't had a headache since I be
gan taking Tanrac. I simply leep like
a log every night and can do a full
days work and still feel frosh and fine j
at night. My wire also sutterei irom
indigestion anj she ha gotten entire
ly rid of it by using Tanlae. I tell you
it s great and people with Btrtmacn trou
bin and rheumatism will do well to
Tanlne is sold in Salem by Dr. 8. C.
Htone, in Hubbard y Hubbard Drug
Co., in Mt. Angel 'by. Ben Oooch, in
Oervais by John Kelly, in Turner by
II. P. Cornelius, in Woodburn by Ly
man H. Shorcy, in Silverton, by Geo.
A. Rteelhammer, in Oatea by Mrs. J.
P. McCurdy, in Btayton by . A.
Heanchamp, in Aurora by Aurora Drug
Store, in 8t. Paul by Groceteria Stores
Co., in Donald by M. W. Johnson, in
Jefferson by Pns'hay AMason, and In
Mill City by Markotcna Ore. Co.
MUd Ooorgla Booth, daughter of Mrs. Ball Booth of Salem, who hat mads
an enviable rputstlon for herself sa a number of tho Orpheum circuit
Mlrs Booth la visiting with r el tires tod friends in Oregon and will re
turn east In the early 1U.
IMrs. tstultc will give a tea for Mrs.
Mdiuire Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Hullister Mctiuire has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. R. M. Hofer
for seventl weeks and whs the recip
ient of msny social compliments dur
ing her visit in the capital city.
Mrs. C. J. Willis, a prominent ma
tron of MhIimii, who is now making her
huine in Portland with her daughter,
Mrs. I. ('. itegart, in l.nddington
court, will celebrate her SOth birthday
(mliiv. In honor of the occasion Mr.
and Mr. Ho;nrt will entertain with
family dinner. Muny messages of oon
Igratulution and good wishes have been
jnliowcrcd upon Mrs. Willis, us well as
I quantities of biwutifnl flowers in hon
lor of the event.
! Covers will be arranged for Mrs.
! Willis. Mr. and Mrs. Kiiwene Willis.
t, Mrs. f. K. r'enlon, Miss Marv Part-
dusk of Kugene, Mr. and Mrs. Kdgaf
II. Piper and sons John and Oavid,
Mr, and Mrs, Hogart and son dark.
A district convention of the Pjthiao
Sisters will be held in McCornack hall
iTiieiidnt afternoon and evening, Iay
I l.'lth Tho district comprises Kugene,
I Albany, (Vtrvallis. Imbnnon Hrowns
v i lie, Siio, Pallas, Independence and
u: Tk.. .1 ),:.. nttA nvrnnA
-l I. l-l lllll . ,111- T II II U 1111.1 KIIU p.M...
seniur of tho order will be in attend
snce. Judge W. M. t'oke of Po-tland
will act as toastmnster at tJic banquet
Ho be served at 6:30.
The I.eval Women ' class of the
Virst Christian rhnreh were entertain
jed lust Thursday at tlio home of Mrs.
John K'gfs. Hostesses fur tne ocmsion
'were Mrs. John Kijgs, Mrs. IScott
' Kigjs. Mrs. J-srnh Kigva, and Mrs. II.
Warner. A short business meeting and
social hoar were enjoyed and dainty
refreshments eerved. Those present
were Mrs. i). 1. O'mstead, Mrs. H.
A. White, Mrs. D. A White, Mrs. K4-
ward Keene, Mrs E W Powers, Mrs.
J. T. Hunt, Mrs. V. A Clement. Mrs
E. O. Case, Miss M. M. Hunt, Airs.
Will May, -Mrs Flora t'lsrk Mrs J U
illall, Mrs W K Jhonas, Mrs W 8 Bird
well, Mrs T W Hrunk, Mrs Chester C
IHakcr, Miss Murtbn Mortenson, Kn-
geaia Gillingham, Mrs h V, Campbell;
n W (t Cornice. Mrs tiuv i. Wilcox.
Mrs H M Htile., Mrs U land W Porter,
Mrs William J Jtiisiek, Mrs M M Cbnp-
man, Mrs M M Ransom, Mrs C V Wit
zel and Reverend I'land W Porter.
Mrs. K. S. Tvler return-d to Sa
Icm faturcLiy after a visit with heT
son in Lexington. She was aeempau
ifd by her daughter Ines, of Astoria.
The younger contingent of PcrtJnnd
are eagerly loosing forward to the
dancing party to be given ir'riday eve
ning at the Laurelhurst clinh by Alisa
twroline Helmsn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. K. Whitney Holnan formerly of
salem, and M'.se Pauliue lUmdurant,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. K, Hon
durant, a well known family of that
city. About .'hi of the sub-debutante
set have been akcd to share in the
Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Mellvain and
daughter, Mrs. Burton A. Myers, o
tored to Falls City yesterday and were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cliarles
Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Campbell spent
HtmrtAT iu Halbis as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs, Ijiwrenre Johnwin.
" Mi Kthelnpme Mildred Kelly. 11
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Vernon Franklin Kelly is attracting
considerable attention for exceptional
talent in cxprrsioa and dramatic art.
Miss F.thelwvnne has long been consid
ered fulcra's foremost child entertain
er, besides entirely captivating the
large audiences who have heard her
in otter cities.
Rjontlw in Oreeon ntv. she agist
ed with the operetta "A Rose Dream"
Her rendition or A Teiepuone
mnnce," "Apple Blossoms," "A llooa
ier's Description of Kiibenstein Hay-
ing" was most remarkable, showing
ability far beyond her years. She re
sponded to hearty encores.
Mrs. D. Aiken and Misy Florence
Aiken, wha have been visiting in Cali
fornia for several months, have return
ed to their home U this city. Mrs.
Aiken ' sister, Mrs. I . W. r-peucur,
accompanied them to Boseliutg and
will visit here for an indefinite time.
Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Evans enter
tained as their house guests over bun
day Mrs. B. V. Bnxby and little son
of Port mud.
Mrs. John Carson is visiting in Se
J. A. Churchill, state superintend
ent of schools, spent the week end in
a JsV It 1 r . ' s
Of Ungual Distinction
Aside from their appealing attractiveness
these dresses are unusual in their individuality.
Each model expresses a definite fashion idea
of its own.
They are truly dresses of character.
Then they are so very well made, in every detail
That we are specially proud to show them.
Made of all the seasonable materials, in effective
colors and artistically trimmed.
Just the quality dresses every woman loves to
Merchandise Liberty Street, Salem
name a memorial room whose cost wiil
be covered by this sum.
At present 2S,90o hns been rnised for
tho new building, but ubout $0,000
more is needed before actual construc
tion will be commenced. Two sets of
plans submitted by architectural firms
are now under advisement by the nu-ministration.
A first contingent of 1000 troops vol
unteering to relieve the tinny now in
France sailed for Europe Wednesday.
The total estimated strentli of )'.
American tinny ou Am il n;t iiiciuh
ing murines, was l.Ti.'i,!!"", of lu;m
l,()82,:iJ!) are in Europe.
Dull, lifeless ?yes, colorless tiS,
snllosv, yellow cheeks, givo girl lit
tle chance for a "man" these (lay.
Don't lose heart, just take ltollistcr
Rocky Mountain Ten helps to iiih l.o
you attractive and fair. Don't delny,
begin today. D. J. Fry.
United States Railroad Administration I
Director General of Railroads
Southern Pacific Lines North Of Ashland. Or.
Change of Time I
GIFT BENT TO WILLAMETTE
An addtiional gift of $'00 towards -
'th.1 new Lausanne ball fund has recent
ly been announced by President Doney. I
Mr. ad Mrs. Oren Strnttou of Browns-!
vilte, the donors, will be privileged to
Arc Yen Awaiting
Tb Great Crisis?
if So, Da Nt Allow tli Tim to Pass
With Narura UnaiiW.
Women whs irl nature a bc'plns' tnnd
durlnff crUI ef TPrtnm-y Niut that
h the time srrtTcs for rnfiy'i ntmlns it
Is snproHt' snd puwd srita infinitely ka
psln snri enrrr.
Thnw.-.no's ef wsniesi for or tulf a een
fury have learned tlut tn the ttms-hnnortU
preparation. Mothers F rlti.l. thcr bav
SratefuU rrlaxitsr. Blratlna' rcnusty, the
w ( wrilek sialira II p.itl for tkis to
e tbrwifh chiklblrti vllhoul the usual
aavara. DenrouattM, bearlnaMlown and
irrtd.lnir palna, ami that tan'iitri its t
tha hours at to crl.la ara fcirtr sad of
saw Iras psln and dancer.
Mother's Krlend penetrates tha mnirH
rendrrinf them pliant and easily rnrerned
ST lha dnnamta o snture. They relst
r'ntljr and brloa; haner dr and calm, rest
I mthti. As ttm result thecrtaui la passed
with iraater eav and la less time, tlx
aeeaata ars kept ia aind rndltion aad ths
skis la suda aad kept toil mud frca froas
VI r. tn tha DraddeH Reritsfrr Cemoanr.
Isspt P. I amar Buildln. Atlanta. Genraia.
lor their Mherhond boot, and hUia a
Btla af Uothar'a rriend fram your drnr-
Cat lular aad thomufnlv farUr yoiuwlr
a lta ctHKiaar oeut.
I PASSENGER TRAINS
Sunday, May 11th
Changes in time at Salem will be as' follows:
MAIN LINE South Bound
No. 15 leave Salem 11:05 a.m. instead of 11:10 a.m.
No. 25 leave Salem 4:08 p.m. instead of 4:05 p.m.
No. 27 leave Salem 6:44 p.m. instead of 5:54 p.m.
No. 54 leave Salem 5:00 a.m. instead of 5:05 a.m.
No. 28 leave Salem 9:17 a.m. instead of 9:12 a.m.
. No. 18 leave Salem 1:50 p.m. instead of 2:00 p.m.
No. 24 leave Salem 5::5 p.m. instead of 6:50 p.m.
No. 74 leave Salem 3:55 p.m. instead of 3 :50 p.m.
JOHN M. SCOTT,
Gen. Passenger Agent.