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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1919.
By Gertrude Robison
TilIE wedding of Mis Bernice llae
i OiarJc and William Hiram East
., which took place yesterday at the
tome of the bride's parents, 1160
South Commercial street, was one of
the -principal aoeial events of the week..
Only the immediate relatives were pros
nt at the ceremony, at which Bevcr
ml W. C. Kiuitn.er officiated. The
house was a perfect bower of autumn
leaves and fall flowers.
The bride wag lovely in sheer gown
of white georgette, daintily elaborated
with hand embroidery. She carried an
rm bouquet of white carnations. Miss
Bertha Clark, aister of the bride, who
acted as bridesmaid, wore a pretty
froek of pale gretai silk and a corsage
bouquet of sweet pea in pastel shades.
Mis Clark was also soloist lit the
ceremony, rendering Cadmun's "At
dawning." Mrs. D. R. Boss (Laruo
Kast) .accompanied her at the piano
and played the -wedding -march from
Jjohengrin. Iuring the ceremony she
flayed the soft trains of "To a Wild
Hose." Edward Clark attended the
Broom and H. h. Clark, .the bride's
father, ave her away. A. delicious
wedding luncheon: was. served at which
Miss Gertrude Kast assisted and tho
young couple left immediately on their
wedding trip. Mrs. East chose as her
R-oing away suit a .smart-tailleur of
dark blue, and a stylish hat to match.
After a honeymoon at Scnaide Mr. and
Mrs. East will make their home in Port
The) bride is extremely popular in
Salem, tone is one of the moat accom
plished musicians in the city, and has
a wide circle of friends in art and so
cial circles. Sho hns (been organi'st- at
the-Congregational church, accompan
ist for tho Apollo club and Peoples
chorus, and Is always greatly in de
mand at social functions. Her depar
ture' is being greatly resrotted by her
Inst, of friends and acquaintances.
'--.. ... -
A group of prominent men and wo
men met at the library last evening
and 'formed the Salem Art League, the
first-of its kind to be nnranized in Sa.
lem.iTha purpose of the league is to pro
mote interest in art, literntur and mu
aic. Tho member expect to bring to tho
city valuable loan, exhibits and to se
cure the services of noted lecturers
and-critics. Mrs. Weistcr, for four
years in charge of the art exhibits at
the state fair, and Professor Alfred'
Schuoff of the University ofi Oregon,
are among the important personages
who will be invited to visit here in
the interests of the new organization.
A serios of social teas and recentinim
"in ii-aiure ine years program. -
Rumor that the American Legion is
making plans for a big dance in the
immediate future. h&
able bit of excitement amnnr tho mom.
bers of tho dancing circles, particular
ly the younger grou-is. So far the only
definite step taken .has been the ap
pointment of the committee on arrang
ments, but assuranco is given that it
will Ibe an event of October or early
November. It will, of course, be strict
ly for ex-service men and their l.Klina'
and as that particular class covers a
goomy number of the city's young
folk, together with some of the lead
ing business men and societv mntrnn..
of Salient, the prospects for an extreme
ly enjoyable time are unusually bright.
Detailed announcements of further
plans wiJl be made later.
The officers of tho Snlom P,ril
chorus met at the homo of Professor
John R. Sites last evening mid enm-
iji'oicu pians for the winters work. The
frist rehearsal will-be held next Mon
day evening at 7:30 in tho Willamette
Officers of the organization are os
follows: Director, John B. Sites; pres
ident, MrsvC. 0. Chirk: vice Tirmsi.lntit
Mrs. John Carson; secretary-treasurer
Hon P. West; custodian, Frank Alloy;
press correspondent, Mrs. Ronald Glover.
With the fall season in full swintr
tho various social clubs in the city are
"radnnlly resuming their activities.
The latest one to make announcement
of its opening event is the .Tilliniitn
dancing club, com iiosod of-
of prominent social leaders. Tho initial
dnnce of tho season will bo held on
Tuesday evening, October,, ?S in the
Masonic Temple and the members are
look-ins; forward to the event as the
first in a series of enjoyable social eve
nings. The attention of tho members is
tailed to the fact that instead of meet
ing fortnightly as waa the custom last
year,, the organization will meet but
once a month during the coming sea
son. P. E. Fullerton as president of the
club and Lee1 Canfield, secretary
yesterday for a brief visit with friends
She plans to return tomorrow. Mrs.
Starr and Mrs. Morfc, guests at the
Bishop .residence, will, remain iu Salem,
for a prolonged visit. , , H
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald flfover enter
tained as their giiesta during the past
week, -Reverend and -Mrs. M. O. Wire
of Ncwberg, who were in the 'city at
tending .the, Methodist conference. An
other guest t the Clover residence
was Honorable Denton Mirea of Drain,
" "Christian ' Americanization ' will be
the- topic at the prayer meeting in the
First Baptist Vliurch tomorrow eve
ning. Mrs. Anna Petty, wife of Dr. A.
M. Petty of Portland, joint secretary
of the American Hoptist Foreign Mis
sion society and the American Baptist
Home Mission society, will give an ad
dress. Mis., Petty has had large exper
ience in mifsiou work among foreign
speaking peoples and has given care
ful study to the subject. She is an in-,
foresting sneaker 'and will give a
thoughtful, informing address. She will
speak also at the meeting of the Wo-
an s Missionary society Friday at-
teruoon at the home of Mrs. L. H. Bar-
nott, 1(45 Court street.
The Ladies' Alliance of the Unitar
ian church will meet with Mrs. -Emma
Took Tanlac on Advice of Friend
Health. Is Eestored
" Well, sir, I have, gained twenty one
pounds since X commenced taking this
Tanlac, and I am so well and strong
that I can do as hard days work now
C. P. Bishop went to Portland 1 ever aia ln mT 11IC "tt "m -,-
Lewis who- for thirty five year was
engaged in farming, but is at present
living at 938 B street. Taeoma, wasn.,
and is employed at the, Todd Ship
yards, while talking to' a Tanlac rep
resentative the. other day.-
" About a vear ago. " continued r.
LeMwis ."I went up to Roberts. Ida'
ho, and while working on my home
stead I noticed that I was failing in
strength and health. I was losing
weight and getting weaker day by day
Thisi condition kpt up- for the whole
time I was there, and at the end of
the vear I was almost a complete wreck
I had no appetite and the climate there
seemed to affect my breathing. I fin
ally got to where I would have to get
out of bed at night and walk around
in the yard for hours at a time m or
der to get a good breath. Mv physician
told me that I would have to gel out
of that climate or I could not possibly
live much longer. Then I gave up tho
homestead and name back to Tacoma, I
and when I got back hete I was simp
ly down and out in health. .
"Shortly after, I got back, a -mend
That splendid actress now appear
ing under the Paramount banner is fa-
Hurst, Friday afternoon, at her homo, mous for her beautiful complexion. She
linta.. 1 . l I . . , r, .
14.31 South Commercial street.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Prunk and
Mrs. 'Rachel-Boeder spent the week end
at Ooacnnucy, wlinro they were the
guests of the latter 's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Cooiter, at a rabbit dinner.
Tho regular business meeting of the
Loyal Women's class of the First
Christian church will be held Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. D. W.
Walcher, 1534 South Commercial street.
Important business will be transacted
and a largo attenilnnce is desired.
The Royal Highlanders were hosts at
a delightfully informal evening Mon-'
(Continued from page one)
"SYRUP OF FIGS"
.- CHILD'S LAXATIVE
Look at Tongue! Remove Poison Front
Stomach,. Liver and Bowels
Accent, " Ollllifnrnin " 9an
only look for tho name California on
the packaae. then Vnn nrn aurn Mm
child is havinir the beat and m k.m
loss laxative or physic for the- little
Biomaca, river arm bowels. Children
love its delicious fruity taste. Full di
rections for Child' rinrih nn uh knt.
tie. Give St without fear.
Mother! You must say "California"
attributes her wonderful skin to the
cue of a. simple toilet article called
Derwillo. There is nothing like it for
tan, freckles,, shiny nose, sallow, dark,
rough skin. It takes th place of face
powder, stays on better, as perspira
tion does not affect it, and it instant
ly beautifies the complexion. One ap
plication proves it: If you want a nice
lily white skin'with rosy checks, get a
bottle of Derwillo today; you will be
delighted. Derwillo is" sold at all up to
date toilet counters. Be sure to read
large announcement of Miss Clayton 's
soon to appear in this paper. It tells
hew to instantly have a beautiful com
plexion and a soft, white, velvety skin
everyone "just loves to touch."
Skin trouble costs
many a man his job
No matter how efficient a matt maj
be, :if.Jte:lwj(ari jbgrp skuveruption,
there are poaitionj in which, he cannot
be tolerated. ' He may know that it ii
rat m the least contagious, but otha
people are afraid, they avoid htm, and lie
nitst make way for a man with a clear,
healthy skin. - Why run this risk, when
Ointment and Resiaol Saap stop itching
aad cttar away eczema aad .limilai
hamen, so quickly and essrty t (
wUm Km prMabi anhul tmtnKM
20 fmn. Every druasut setu Keainut
WbikhuI mI Rcstno! Sop far ntapts el each
Small in Numbers -Big
It's the smallest stock of Overcoats we have ever ad
vertised, but, it's a BIG thing to just nineteen mer
m the community. These nineteen coats are all that
remain from what was once a large, assorted stock.
Naturally they are no longer first choice but they
are all good, serviceable Overcoats, lined and unlin
ed, some with full back; others have belted back.
They are all:
Last Year's Overcoats
Last Year's Prices
Less Twenty Per Cent
An absolute reversal of conditions. For example: An
Overcoat that would have cost you $25 a year ago
may now be bought for $20.00.
This table shows just what is left. DEDUCT 20
PER CENT FROM THESE PRICES.
: ,; ' SIZES
$2 ! Tl-i i tU)M 1 V4.U5 41HM 114.25 $18.35
22.75 22.73 21.00 22.75 21.00 ,
I . I 22.75 25.00 22.75 I ' ' 1 4
I I 24.45 - . - r ; , '
I 1 K.1.65 2l.fi5 j ; ' '
BOARD OF HEALTH
WARNS AGAINST FLU
Authorities tNervousJy Await Recur
rence of Breaded Epidemic
Medical authorities seem to be of
ine opinion that this- cottntrv will
ajjaiii be visited by tho dreaded seouro
of iufluenwi, and. have already takea
steris to warn the public as to the pre
caution that should be observed.
i lie Doartt of health of the state of
Connecticut has had large placards
iniui-u aim wiaciy uistriDuted contain
ing thei following advice, which will
be found valuable in any locality, its
purpose 'being to avoid, if possible, a
recurrence of this. dreaded epidemic.'
How to Avoid the Tlu
1. Don't inhaVsnv person's
breath. - . ' .
2. .kvoid persons who cough
,'- 3. Don't .visit flose poorly
? ventilated, places..'
. Keep warm and dry
5. If you get wet, change your the cironlatjon, imp
clothes at once. 4: kidney, action, idi
0. Don t use drinking cups whatever tlm.
thai will prepare the system for the
They are advisng that the system
not be permitted, to get int a run
down condition, but that it be kept in
a healthy, vigorous state eo that t
wit tie prepared to hotter withstand
th danger of influenza. The blood is
the most vital force of life; therefore,
it follows that upon the condition of
tne iDiood dependa largely the condi
tion of the entire svstem.
Every organ, nerve, muscle, tissue
and sinew of the body is dependent
upou the Wood suiinlv for nounshment,
nd as it eirculates through the system
pure and rich and free .from all im
purities '; it furnishes these 'different
members the healthful properties need
ed to' preserve them and enable them
to performtheir vari6us duties.
So long as the blood remains free
from infection, we are liable- to cseape
disease,- but any impurity in this life
Hiving-stream acts injuriously on the
system and affect the general hearth.
Disorder! blood comes from various
causes, snch: as a sluggish condition of
perfect bowed and
cestion. etc.. but
ur cuns t-... ),., . v. vui v,a
or towel tbat .other persona purified before the svstem is. in such
( robust condition that it is able to
ward off disease.
tS. . 8,( the fine old purely vege-
: tmlile blood "remeilv. is a valuable airent
;fil baUdjnv tp the system, and giving
it mat rorinst and viirorous vitautv
that , is jo essential as an aid -'in resist-
in rnflnrora, and other dangwroas' ait
ments. A course of S. 8, 8.." .win prove
to yoir its -reat efficacy, as it has in
so many cases of impaired and im-
7. Iir the protection of oth.-t
era, (iover your ninth when
you cough or sneeze.
8. Cleiui.vyour- teeth and
9. itoa't spit'on tho. floor.
DON! DELAY AND BE DISAPPOINTED
la addition to the above, the health
commissioner of New York citv, in an
interview in' tho New York Times,
. i iiiuuenza,. waras druggists, and is worth many times its
jineryone to guard their health care- cost 4u building up and strengthening
.folly, aud those who are weak, he al-the svstem, and giving it a robust vK-
Yise to build up their strength to ;,ons" and. hralthv eirc.vlatioa fhat is
j better Ibe prepared for the attack. Im importoat in helping to ward off
I J medical profession practically the attacks of disease.
admit their helplessuess, and health You can obtain without eost free
murnonties are nervouslv faeinir the mn,i;i a.i.i.. ' k;..
situation. They can only advise that 'Medical Adviser. 131 Swift haboratorv, '
precautionary measures ba adopted. Atlanta Oa. . ' (Adv
of mine told me about Tanlac and ad
vised me 'to give it a trial, and after
takin a couple of bottles of it I felt
so much better that I actually went to
work doing hard labor Kke handling
brick and steel. My appetite came back
and from that day to this, it just seems
I can t get enough to eat. I have no
trouble in breathing now, and ean go
to bed at night and sleep right thru
without a break until time to. get rp
in the morning. That was twenty i iro
weeks ago, and I have gained an avr
age ef a pound a. week-ever -since.. !
am as well and strong now as I ever
waa. and am still swinging, to my job
at tne snipyards and my work doesn 't
hurt me at all. ,Yes, sir, Tanlac is the
best medicine I have ever seen, an I
expect to keep it on hand as long as
Tanlac is sold in Salem by Dr. S. 0.
Stone, in Hubbard by Hubbard Drag
Co., in Mt.-Angel b-.Bcn' Gooch, in
Gervaia y Join Keby, in Turner by
H. P; Cornelius, in Woodburn by Ly
man H. aaoroy, in SUvertoa by Gei
... Steelbammor, in Gules by Mrs. J.
P. McCurdy, in stay ton by C. A.,,
Bcauehamp, in Aurora by AuroTa Dive -htore,
in St. Paul by Groceteria Stores.
Co., in Donald by M. W. Johnson, ia.
Jefferson by Foshav & Mason and hi
Mill City by MarKeteia Gro. Co.
.., , i v ' (Adv.) '
Plumbintr and Watfir Rmtoma Tnotoiion
by GEABEH BEOS, 141 South Libert?
at., rnone oou. Also agent rot ralr-banks-Morse
Tho joy of feeling fit and
fresh rewards those who
heed the laws of health,
and keep the habits regu
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- It pays to give your shoes good care when they
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y Rostum ten days and J
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