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DAILY CAPITAL JOUBJaAL, SALEM, OEEOON, 8ATUEDAY, NOVEMBEE 8, 1913. SKI HEM Si 10 Selvage Material Will Be Used Instead of Conventional Hem, It la Now Asserted. ERADICATES DANDRUFF; STOPS FALLING HAIR Others Imitate and Make Similar Claims. But the "Genuine and Original Dan-j draff Germ Destroyer" Is Newbro's Herpicide. j m PASSION FOB FURS IS INCEEASINO THROUGHOUT EAST Even Nighties Are to Have White Cat Banded In and Must Appear Very Kittenish, Indeed. B7 MARGARET MASON (Written for the United Press) "Ahem; Ahem," the maiden cried The modiste said, "Nay, Nay; CYou can't have one this season, we're Not making skirts that way." New York, Nov. 7. No longer will you be all hemmed in by your skirt, Like tho famous apple core, "there aint agoin' to be none." Now don't Login to get nervous. Jn spite of thoir gettir-g skimpier and scantier, we don't mean "there aint agoin' to be no skirt" Mercy nol It's the hem that's to be eliminated. , Ilonceforward, and also backward, tho satin, chiffon, or crepe de chin. composing your skirt is to be worn an naturollo; or in plain I.nghsh, the selvnge edge of the mater iaj will be used instead of the con ventional and erstwhile hem. The ef fect is bound to be quite different and unique, as the grain of the fabric will necessarily run around the body instead of up and down. The craze for the velvet bands with jewelled tildes that have had fair ladies by tho throat all season, has now taken thom in hand, and wrist blinds of wide black velvet with the gem incrusted slides are appearing on every wrist. Tho neck and wrist bands come in sets to match. There is no doubt but that you arc asked to atonmch a great deal in the newest winter fashion. Food isn't the This discovery of the dandruff germ as the cause of all hair trouble is not a recent ovent. Prof. Unna gave the gorm theory to the world jn 1887 and two years later Sabouraud by his ex-. periments with a rabbit proved beyond a doubt the actual existence of this germ. On the heels of this establishment of the germ theory came the discovery of Newbro's Herpicide. This was the first and only remedy ever prepared in har mony with this theory. There are other preparations for which the same claims are made as for Horpicide. . But the thousands of en- thusisastic users testify to the genuine merit of Newbro's Herpicide as a scalp prophylactic. It does as promised. For this reason it has long been known as the original remedy and the only one that is genuine. Don't be fooled by preparations which are trading upon the marvelous success of Herpicide. Remember you take no chances with Newbro's Herpi- side. It is absolutely guaranteed. Newbro's Herpicide in 50e and $1.00 sizes jj sold by all dealers who guaran tee it to do all that is claimed. If you are not satisfied your money will be re funded. , Applications at good barber shops. The norpicide Company, of Detroit, Mich., Dept B.', will send a sample bot tie and booklet upon receipt of 10c in postage. only thing going to Btomachs by any manner or means. All the draperies also are headed that way. What has boon the erstwhilo cross of the pudgy person has become the desira of the svelte. Attenuated ladios sigh for tum mies as strenuously as did Alexandor for more worlds to conquer. Actually back of you; buttons to the left of you; buttons to the right of you, nor can age wither nor custom stale the infinite variety. They range from the tiniest ball buttons of metal or cut crystal or jot, to huge bone buttons the actual size of a saucer or of an aftor-dinner coffee cup and are every where seen on the briuht hued BDort stomach puds of rubber are offered to supply any dof icionry in the stomach ' coats especially. 1 .L. L ... - . V. . ..... iiuo, mm we newest corsets are cm buttons covered in silk or cloth to over the abdomen so that ones stomach match the material of your costume may appear untrammelled and to its vie in popularity with quaint little old full advantage. All the skirts are fashioned china buttons in blue or white drapod up high in front to enhance painted in tiny pink or blue rosebuds. the full stomach effoct, and to be truly Mnny of the newest coats and iackets swell you must put up a good front, are buttoned in a straight line up the Fur on Nighties Also. front, and frocks buttoning up the So great is the passion for fur that back are agiiin backing into favor. It now you are expected to take it to bod is for ornament rather than use, how with you. The latest word in nighties ever, that the myriads of buttons are is one of shell pink crepe de chine in most demand. banded in white cat. Very kittenish, Evening Wraps. indeed. I Most srorireous eveninu wrnm of nl. Button, button, who's got the but- id bead work are now being shown at ton, is the moot foolish of questions all the smart shops. Worked out in these days, when every body is button- rainbow lined beads in intricate and ed up iu front or back. Thore are but- elaborate floral patterns thev are biz- tons in front of you: , buttons in tho arre and ornntn Annmrh r.ttw,,.t "STOP THIEF." Consistently funny, and presented by a company of players whose individual and collective work evidences a dosire to extract the full value of every line and situation in the play, "Stop Thief" is proving the greatest laugh, ing bonanza ever offered by Cohan & Harris in many moons. "Stop Thief" is not a human document, neither is it an attempt on the part of the author to uplift the stage; it is just a farce filled with funny lines and uproarous ly humorous situations presented for laughing purposes only, and that it is fulfilling its mission is convincingly demonstrated by each succeeding audi ence that fairly laughs itself into hys terics at the thief in the play who, though guest at a rich man 's home on the day his favorite daughter is going to be married, md the house full of valuable presents, isn't able to steal a thing. "Stop Thief is a funny play. It will keep yon laughing and guessing for two houri aud a half, and will be, presented at the Grand opera bousi on Monday evening, November 17. "THE PBINCE OF TONIGHT." Trust to the authors, Adams.. Jlough Si Howard for the catchiest of music and the acme of novelty in the success es they regularly give to the stage, an other of their pleasing -musical offer ings is "The Prince of Tonight," full vi niBiu'jr ana spienmu nunior, coming to the Giand Monday, November ('. The vlay is a bright, sparkling con coction of the very best there is iu two hours of magic, mirth aud melody, and the balance of the tima devoted to the unfolaing of a pretty sentimental story. There is an excellent '-aet, lots of pretty girls, who are good singers and dancers, and a gingery lot of chorus men that pet their work over in manly etyle. The scenery Is correct of the loAtion, and the transformation scenes ne bewildering. Tba costumes 7 s X 4 ' L, : t TUB FRANK tetCH CO, OOOCZDOi 91 DOC 30 0G30 malty It is the high quality of Royal Baking Powder that has established its great and world-wide reputation: Every housewife knows she can rely upon it; that it makes the bread and biscuit more deli cious and wholesome always the finest that can Never experiment with so important on article as the human food be baked. It is economy and every way preferable to use the Royal, whose work is always certain never experimental. There are many Imitation baking powders, mads from cheap Ingredients. They may cost little per pound, but their use may be at the cost of health. OOQCDQi o IOCDOC30 Young Ladies of the Frank Rich Company Who Will Be Seen Tonight and Sunday in Two New Plays. cannot be changed by the commission ers. The only difference of opinion is as to when the law becomes compul sory, the commission holding that it will do so the same number of days af ter November 4 that it would have gone into effect after the 3d day of June. for better education along civia lines, well as the morals of the community, he He believes there is a decidedly grow- asserted. His address was exceedingly ing tendency to decide political ques- '"teresting. -wireless xeicgrapay" will be the next lecture at the library. It will be given November 21, by Dr. W. P. Boy-ington. PEOPLE USING REASON IN DECIDING POLITICAL PROBLEMS "The Citizen's Attitude Toward Public Affairs" was given last even ing at the public library by Professor Joseph Schaefor, of the University1 of Oregon, and in his address he pleaded " " ' ,L ' X Be a Booster Every Packard Owner is a Booster Its I'llICK, TONKand DURAWMTY enablm tho mak ers to make the PACK AUD the best kuowu and best appre ciated piano in America. Its delightful charm has won fur it a place in the homes of the cultivated, everywhere. Dainty, graceful In con struction, and It is the finishing touch of utmost refine ment to tho well furnished room. Always a ploosiirn. Ask tho num. R. F.PETERS 521 Court St umammemm divided attention to the wearer even in this ago of lavish and , elaborate color schemes and circus offoct. l-'or tho occasion when a petticoat is absolutely indispensable aud there are a few such, even in these days of unveiled limbs an Ideal garment is of snugly fitting silk tricot with a flounce of silk, chiffon or laco to siit your whim, While, these petticoats are a tril'lo oxpeiiMve, their durability and excellent fit make them well worth the initial expenditure, As a change from tho ubiquitous of white t ii Ho and net frills and fichus, the same offivts, worked out- in tulle or black, are very chic. Another touch to differentiate tho lace or not frill outlining your low nock, is n heading of Inch-wido fur banding next the nkin. And speaking of skin remem ber you must keep it that desirable sallow tone, For everything must have its yellow glint. With sallow skins, large stomachs, and flat chests as the three essentials to beauty, whatever are our idandard of pulchritude coming tot itockers MSZi 6 1 nocRers We have Just hveived large shipment of Heed Kockom in lleroniHl and Wicllae finish, upholstered In genuine leather Mid tapn.tj-i.es at prices that can't be duplicated iu the city. We aro also making a liberal reduction on our elegant line of diuirg room table and chairs all of next week Josse & Moore The Complete House Furnishert WE GUAR-VNTTF. TO SV YOU MONIY (Continued from page 1.) "two or three days" within which Thorpe said the tuin-miiouist would be expected tn join the oriiimirition. Mllltla Bituallou Borloui. The militia situatiou also wa serious fiovornor Knlstou considered that, un der tho circumstances it would be a fatal error to allow tho troops to ap pear on the streets and it was conse quently neciary to hold ihcm in cramped quarters and without open air or exorcise. The men grumbled bitterly and it wis feared that If present condi tions continued long they would get completely out of hand. Hearing of the suit brought by Wil liam Dobson, a stockholder In the trac tion company, for a receiver, on ground that the concern's ruin j threatened by President Todd's refusal to come to terms with the men, was postponed for HO days. are a work of art. There nro several musical Dumbors that make the head nod and the foot tap, amoug them "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now," "Tonight Will Never Come Again," "Ilor Kycs Are Bluo for Yale" and a scoro of others. TAKE OFF ON MEXICAN TEOUBLES AT BLIGH Rich Players Appear in "American Consul ' Tonight. The return of the Frank Iiii-h com pany was surely appreciated by tho big crowd that attended the Bligh theatre Inst night to see this popular company iu "Variety Isle." The show went with a snap aud a vim rarely seen in even the high priced shows, and the bill is really ineritorius, with good music and bright dialogue. Tho stago setting and wardrobe aro splendid, and the entire performance was thoroughly enjoyed. "Tho American Consul'' is the bill for tonight, and this show is a laugh ing travesty on the present troublo in Mexico, The company will also piny hero tomorrow, and will present anoth er great laughing show at both matinee and night performances, "Tho Merry Widow(ers)" as the Sunday bill i called, Is cue of tho best In the Tiich repertoire. LITTLE MISUNDERSTANDING ABOUT OEAWFOKD'S ATTITUDE There seems to be a little misunder standing; as to the position taken by Altorney-lieneral Crawford in the mat ter of the workmen's compensation law. His position, briefly stated, Is atiout this: The whole law went Into Kfoct at S o'clock p. m. Tuesday night, November 4, 1013, or as soon as the polls closed. That law gives the la borers until June 30, next, to elect whether or not they will be subject to its provisions. The employers are giv en until June 1.1, next, to elect whether they shall come under tho act. Doth la the borer and employer can exercise that was .right of election at any time between Drys Take Notice We have several wets who think that ! Salem is going busted, therefore came in nnd listed thoir properties at a real scarifiee. Now is, the time to buy and get a real snap, $4500 property, five block of Ladd & Bush bank, corner lot, streets paved on both sidoe, good 8-room house; $20.10 will buy it today 'only. $1050 down, balance time. Some More Bargains. MM0 property for $3000, terms. $3000 property for $2200, terhs. 2.riQ0 property for $2000, terms. $2500 property for $1800, terms. $2000 property for $1450, terms. $1000 property for $650, cash. Now, don't think, Mr. Investor, that the bottom has dropped out, but use good judgment, be wise, irvest now. Don't put it off and off, until some one else gets in and buys one of these snnps and in a short time doubles his money. Then you will regret and say or tell everybody else that you could have bought this place or that plale for so much, and. if I had, I could live now on Easy street. Think it over and drop in to BECHTEL & BYNON, S47 Rtnte Street. - tions by reasoning powers rather than emotions. This tendency has advanced to such an extont that it is now possi j ble to have people take big issues se riously. Ho cited instances showing that it I was the free cities which headed reform , movements, even centuries ago, and he expressed the hope that they would prve a pioneer factor in the new pro gress. In providing art galleries, free concerts, playgrounds and parks the cities are doing much for the health as Tho people engaged in the recent war in Europe seem to have been all about equally guilty of' cruel barbarUiesa lot of pots and kettles of about equal hue. Whether a man is older or younger than ho feels depends on how he has been treating himself. i I I ff B JipilBfiiiBfeJ MINISTERS' MEETING. Monday, as usual, the meeting of the Ministerial Cuiun is to be held at the Y. M. A. Uov. A. A. Winter pre sents the paper of the day on "The Hoeial Ministry of Jesus." H Is ex pected that II. K Sheldon, superintend ent of tho Auti Salimu league, will be present. now and tho date given above. If no election is made by the times given, then the law automatically takes Mil who have not made an election under its wing, and becomes operative as to all who have not notified the commis sion that they refuse to accept the ben efits of the law. In other wxirds, the election is negative; those who do not want to come under the oHration of the law must so state to the commis sion, These dates, "June 13 and June 30," are fixed by the legislature and Dry Salem Successful There is developing an interest iu Palem residence property that is quite satisfactory. We have located two first-clnss families during the week, and have inquiries from several others who want to make a home in a clean, dry city. We have been watching these inquiries for homes and the people go to the dry city in preference. They have all liked Salem's wide streets, beautiful lawns and agreeable climate. Now that tho conditions are acceptable, regarding no saloons, we predict the next two years will bring the best growth our city has ever had. Our list of properties is large, and we can suit any rustomer with a bargain. If you have a good piece of property for sale at its value, we will be glad to list it for sale. We want a good 30 or 40-acre farm, with fair improvements, within four miles of city. Have 210 acres of bottom land, mile from 8. P. station, in Marion county, at $50 per acre. New modern bungalow In city, R rooms and bath, $1400, $.10 down and $15 per month. Two new houses for rcht. A good business for sale. CO acres to exchange for home in city. FOLKS 8COTT REALTY CO. . Solera lUuk It Trust Building. The largest Display of T0 rssie .Drape o ne: In the City at Prices that are Right We cordially invite yon to visit our drapery department and see the many clever suggestions wo can offer you for your new homo-or rooms which need brightening up with new hangings. We are showing the newest and most attractive patterns in Cretonnes, Madras nets and Sundours, also an elegant assortment of ready-made Marquisette curtains with fillet insertions in shades of Arab, ivory and white. Prices on these are suro to please. All we ask is for yon to call and tell ns yonr wants we'll do (he rest. We far nish expert help to make and hang all fabrics in perfect style.