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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1919.
The fallowing tuliuiri are re
Fortieth Anniversary Sale
Ainerican Lxpeditiunarr Fortes:
Kilfld ta Anion
I Died from Wounds
Died in Aerouline Accident
i Died of Accident and Other Causes
I Died of Disease
Wounded Severely .
Wounded (decree undetermined)
Missing in Action
i f i v s a Ma.?,.
All Special Merchandise as sold during
week, will go ON SALE AGAIN SAT
URDAY AT 9 a. m.
YOUR LAST CHANCE AT THESE
Wonderful Woolworth Bargains!
NOTE:STORE OPEN FROM 9 A. M. TO 8:30 P. M. COME EARLY.
F. W. Woolworth Co.
Killed tn Action.
Raymond B Cutts, Amarillo Tex.
lieorge Craig, SchoolfelJ Vn.
Died of Wound.
Joseph Sullivan, XorwUk Ohio.
Died from Accident mud Other Causes.
Albert Krupp, New Athena 111.
Hugo K Lidtke, Manistee Hieh.
Arthur U Schulu, Rosenberg ifi.
Died of Disease,
Jack Townnend, Florence S C.
UNION HILL NOTES
(Capital Journal Special S"ivice)
I nn ii Hill, Miy. it M'im Horn Hn
lire returned hump from Stu.Vton
. Uri k!m' hits Keen vintiug her grand
patents, Mr, .ni.l Mrs. W. . fori'Mi.
Miss Vhinn Heater spent lundiiy
with Mimes Flora and At! lie Mile.
' liflord Hint spent t ho v.ock end
With llbtter liF'iei.K.
Minn Clnm Heu'er spent Sniiiljy
wiih Mis Stella Men I,
Mrr, .1, King mid i n Arnut ami
ilnugliter Leiimt spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mix. D. Scott ami family.
Mr, inl Mm. M tiilmour and family
spent Sunday Jit the l'liil Fischer home
near Victor .Point.'
Mis. (i. 1). Scott and Mis Veuu anil
Mrs, A. Cooler nut Mis1! Tlu'lnm were
callers in Kttiyton I'riiin.v.
Mm V. F. Willinm of Wwt Klaylon
visited at Hi Will NcaI home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A.btlph Heater and it
It Scot t and M. M. Uilmnre and llert
Bower nintoied to Salem on business
Marion Hunt nmtored up to Fulon
Kill Sunday looking after business
Jimper King of near Hilvcrlon was
luoKing after the stock on the King
ranch Sumtay, timting everything in
first cliiss shape.
The Misses Clara, Fliflet anil Helen
and Sibyle Peetx anil (Uenn Miller and
Mrs. Peetx all of Turner and Mr. and
Mrs. V. H. Kn'iens and daughter Miss
Dora were entertained at the W. II.
Mullet home Sunday.
Mr. and Mr, ( has. Heater took din
ner at. the Ihive INithirff lioiup Simony
John Worden motored down Bun day
from ill City where he la employed
and spent the day with his mother,
A number of motorists from Salem
and other towns motored thru Union
Hill going to Silver il'reok Falls, a
fishing is fine everyone is anxious to
try their luck.
Mr. and Mm. rims. Healer spent Hun
dti.y afternoon at Hie W, 11. Anhby
Mr. anil Mrs. McHelanoy from near
Hilverton visited at W. H, Talii't
Bert Branch anil family visited at
' tho Arthur Branch home Sunday.
Astl 'Into ient the week end with
I his cousin, F.velyne and Fiances Tate.
I Mr. and Mm. K. C. Carter and sort
j Lyal, Mr. and M"r. C. Curler and
Ira Carter were entertained at the W.
H. Carter home Sunday.
-M Mae Tate of Fortlnml spent
.Sunday with her parents.
Mr. and Mr. Beit Bower were Busi
ness callers hi town Monday.
Wayne Ash by made a .business trip
to Htaytoii Monday afternoon.
W. If. Knbeus is Tinny hauling Ibrick
for hia fire place, in their new hoiisp.
The members of the Wnllu ;a club
will miet at the home of Mrs. Myrtle
Carter Thursday afternoon.
K. if. T'aice of Salem spent Sunday
at thu W. H. Tate home unit Miss Mae
Tate acniianid Mr. 1'aue to Salem.
Mrs. K. C. :arter and Mrs. C. U
'urter were caller' t the V. H. Mal
let home Monday) also were cUr at
the W. B, Ash by home.
Mis. John Sttun.lier recently under
went a major operation, nt the Snlem
hospital, has recovered and returned
home WuniUiy. Wo are all glad to know
ho will die able to meet her many
Miss riima IVleri visited her home
Xvndnv She liss men wiiilnved at the
Died of Wound.
Frank K. Sawiekis, Karine Wis.
Died from AaropUn Accident.
Lieut Lllwood T Kresge, Northamp
ton Fa. . .
Died from Accident and 'other Causes,
Lieut Joseph Fierce, Fhiiadelphia
Fred Staton, Lancashire Eogland.
Harry Cross, Baltimore Md.
ilaitin Johnson, Bartlett N T.
James K Faire, Belleville Ark.
Bryan Randolph, Metropolis III.
(lustave Seastrand, Muskegon Mich.
Harry P Smith, Aberdeen fci C.
Died of Disease.
Wiliam A Barron, )ochester N T.
Frai'k Falvey, Winumae hid.
Paul W Robinson. St Paul Minn.
Rufus S Greene, Kansai City Mo.
Salvador Morales, Brownsville Tei.
Frank B Aschenbach, Hamburg Ta.
William T Arould, Fern III.
Ierinr.no Decesaris, Fhiiadelphia Fa.
John Dopier, West W Va.
Charles H Fink, Louisville Ky.
Shnpley F Ross, Forth Worth Texas.
Karl C Sisters, Brandot Vt.
Big Hippodrome Show
To Be Here Next Sunday
Liko everything else that is the best
there con: always be one just a little
bit better, therefore Mr. Bligh of the
You can afford to look neat around home if you take ad
vantage of our showing of House Dresses and Aprons.
They are made in attractive styles of Gingham, Percale,
etc. Don't neglect to see these before buying.
home of her sister ami brother in law,
.Mr. and Mrs. John, Stojnberj
The parent-teaclier meeting will meet
today, it being a hard time affair, so
no one will wear any valuable or will
bo fined if they do. The men are on
the rommittees for the lunch, program
and nlso entertaining so we Tiopo to
have a larne attendance and wisih you
all a good time, and we ladies are anx
ious to know what tne rats will be.
Mrs. Bert Bower and Mrs. ,T. Frank
and son motored to Stnvton Tuesdnv.
I. Phillips and Joe Harris motored
to Portland Tuesday.
Ailolph Heater motored to Silverton
Frank Finaior motored to town Tues
We have these House Dresses and Aprons for both
Women and Children. Priced
98c to $1.48
, Visit our Dress Goods Department. Anything from Gingham to Silk
SAMPSON & GIDEON
152 North Commercial Street
Bligh theater, has selected a program
of vaudeville from the Hippodrome cir
cuit, that he says is just a little tbetter
than any that has ever been in tsaiera
and that is going some, as the acts
that have been showing at the Bligh
theater, especially on tlw Sunday shows
are mighty bard to bent.
For the coming Sunday show there is
"Jimmy Gallon" and hia Lunatic
Sticks, his .performance is entirely In
pantomime, laughter prevailing from
beginning to end, Ira. is truly an ec
centric genius, one who would com
monly be called "a nut "
Owen Jacque ond Billy Clark. are a
happy combination of a good looking
girl with wonderous red hair, a awect
winsome personality and cleverly drew
ed to tho minute, and a fat jovinl fol
low, a sunburst of joy dispensing sun
shine and laughter, songs and smiles in
their peculiar way.
Johnson-Dean Revue is the greatest
colored act in vaudeville and a head
liner of moro than ordinary value. It
is a novelty singing, plantation, danc
ing and rake walk production with a
cast of six people, three nrales ami
This act conies intact from the east,
where it tuis .been featured on the larg
est circuits, which is sufficient guar
antee of its entertaining qualities.
'CWinne, Oriffith" in the Blue .Rib
bon Vitagrnph feature "The Oirl ef
Today", one, of Rirhort W. Chamber's
delightful stories, will toe tha feature
picture for the day. S
Beautiful light grey kid,
matched cloth tops,French
heels, today's value $D.50,
Saturday special ......$7.95
Beautiful dark grey with
cloth ton, today's value
Vjsi $3.50, Saturday
Lovely black kid Bal, French heels, today's
value, $8.50, Saturday special $6.95
Iovely black kid, light grey or tan cloth
tops, French heels, splendid lasts, today's value
$3.00 to $9.00, Saturday special $5.95
Swell patent pump, French heels, today's
value $7.50, Saturday special $5.85
189 pairs patent, gun metal and kid pumps
and sandals, French, Cuban and low heels, to
day's value $5.00 to $7.00, Saturday special $3.85
Extra White Specials
Small lot white Nubuck, lace shoes, French
heels, today's values' $8.00 to $9.00, Saturday
White fabric, white welt soles, white French
heels, Saturday special $4.95
White canvas, white soles and French heels,
Saturday special $3.95
White fabric, white welt soles, military
heels, Saturday special $4.65
White canvas lace, fibre soles, rubber mil
itary heels, Saturday special $3.95
White duck, brown, leather soles and heels,
Satruday special r $2.85
White Reignskin Oxfords, welt soles, Cuban
heels, Saturday special $5.35
White canvas Oxfords, French or Cuban
heels, Saturday special $3.15
White canvas Pumps, French or Cuban
heels, Saturdav special $2.85
Misses' white canvas lace shoes,
U to 2 $2.95, $2.45 and $2.30
Children's white canvas lace
hho 8 to 11 $2.65, $2.35 and $2.15
Children's white canvas lace
.-hofs, 5 to 8 $1.65
1 to 5 $1.45 '
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3..Jx Beautiful black kid oxfords in latest designs U f Jj
V $9.50, $8.50, $6.50
Elegant brown oxfords, kid or calf $11.00, $9.00, $8.50, $6.50
Very rich white kid oxfords, French heels.. . $11.00
Other oxfords in leather or cloth at from $7.00 down to $3.85
P. UMTS in all kinds, colors, leather or fabric, priced economically from $10.50, $9.00,
$S.50, $7,50, $7.00, $6.50 and on down to $2.95
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SATURDAY SPECIALS
One lot patent, gun metal or kid ankle strap pumps, 11 to 2, $2.95; 8-11 $2.65; 5-8 $2.35
Patent Mary Janes, Child's 5 to 8 '. $1.50; 1 to 3 $1.23
White canvas, two strap pump, Saturday only, 11 to 2 $1.63; 8 to 11 $1.35
White canvas one strap pump, Saturday
only, 11 to 2 ..$1.80; 8 to 11 $1.45
White' canvas one strap pump, Saturdav
only, 5 to 8 $1.25; 1 to 595c
Men's and Boys' Dress Shoes in afl the wanted Styles.
Prices always right v
Stetson Corndodger -kid,
now worth $13.75
Saturday only $11.85
Stetson ' Corndodger
kid oxford, now worth
$12, Sat. only ....$10.45
Stetson brown calf
Oxford, English, now
worth' $12.50, Satur
day only $10.85
R. & B. lony red calf oxford Englihgihlss
R. & B. lony red calf oxford, English, union
made, special Saturday ;. $9.25
Brown calf oxford, medium English,
special Saturday $7.25
Black Ansto kid, foot form last, worth to
day $8.00, Saturday only $6.50-
All vici kid, Bal. straight last, full dress
shoe, worth today $9.00, Saturday only $7.45
Gun metal English or round toe, Good
year welt, Saturday special $4.43
Gun metal English, Neolin sole, worth
$7.50, Saturday special $5.93
Brown heavy work shoes, worth now
$6.00, Saturday special $4.85
Tan army shoes Goodyear welt, soft
box, Saturday special $5.63
Brown army last, Neolin sole, very
comfy, Saturday special , .- $4.85
Men's Elk outing shoes, Elk soles
Saturday special : $2.63
Boys' Excelsior Boy Scout, Neolin soles,
worth $4.50, Saturday special $3.80
Boys' gun metal English, Neolin soles,
Special Saturday $3.29
Boys' gun metal round toe, lace or but
ton, worth $4, Saturday special $2.85
Elk barefoot sandals, 5 to 8 $1.95; 8 to 11
2.13; 11 to 2 $2.43; 3 to 7 $2.83
Brown lotus foot sandals, 8 to 11 $1.73
11 to 2 $2.23
Brown side foot sandals 5 to 8.. $1.00
8 to 11 $1.15; 11 to 2 ... $1.23