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THIS SALEM CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OHEOON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914.
THREE Social and Personal Notes ByMollie Runcorn T SL'NDAY was a most auspicious day lor the lllahee Country club, aboul thirty enthusiasts going (lu' t0 spend the day going over the new golf course. Mrs. Harry K C lay, Mrs. Anu hel Push and Miss Nell Thielsen went over the greens, and each give prom ise of becoming most proficient play ers. Although the masculine contin gent lias thus -far been more largely represented than tho feminine, the lat ter is beginning to get interested, and it is expected that by spring both will be ready to contest hi suite interesting games. Those who have taken up the pastime are daily becoming more en thusiastic and are ut lively engnged in iutei "sting others, and it is believed by those composing the membership committee that there will be no diffi culty in completing the membership to tMO, after . which a waiting list will be necessitated. Many advantages are to be gained by joining early, and realizing this, those who have auy in- tentiun of affiliating with the club are signing their names now. K.vpert players, passing through Sa Jem, unit viewing tho greens, state that they are tho beat to be found any where, anil it is even doubted by those authority on the subject if there is a tetter located coimo in the United States. Kfforts are being made to be gin the erection of tne club house, which is planned to be completed by eurly summer. Among tho players ctit Sunday were: Asahcl llush, Melvin Plimpton, Fred Thielscn, Thomas Livesley, William iiurkuurdt, Carl (iabrielsen, Hulph Moores, L. M. H. Pierce, P. K Fuller ton, Earl Anderson, Fred StcuslofT, Curtiss CrosH, George liodgers, Messrs. COLD WAVE GENERAL. in the Masonic Temple tonight, Miss Joy Tumor, assisted by several other well-Known musicians, to furnish the music for a program of twenty num bers. Dr. and Mrs. II. I'. Kplcy are in Portland, where they will remain for several days the guests of friends. They left for there Inst night. Tho largest returns in Salem's cam paign for the sole of Red Cross Christ mas seals were made yesterday, thirty three dollars being the final showing. Mrs. Asahe! Bush nnd Mrs. W. Molviu Plimpton, in tlio Ladd & Bush bank, secured thirteen dollarB of this amount. Mrs. John II. Scott ' and Mrs. Sufio Jones, in tho United States National bank, secured the remniuiiig twenty. Mrs. W. II. Daney and Mis. (ieorge 0. Brown are in charge of today's sales at the Ladd & Bush bank, Miss Hazcllc Krixon nnd Miss Kmmaliue Klein sell ing nt, tne united estates national. Mrs. W. H. Burghnrdt and Mrs. 8. A. Kuzer will be at Ladd & Bush's tomor row, with Miss Alta Jones and Miss Zoa Olmstead at tne United States Na tional. The hours of sale are from one to four o'clock, but seals may also be secured at the two bookstores and the Capital drug store up to six o'elct.'k. Graduate nurses nro preparing to eloui! the sale Saturday. The annual homecoming celebration of Chemeketa lodge No. 1 of I. 0. 0. F. will tuko pluco tomorrow evening, when the event will be appropriately observed with a splendid program. Members of tho Uebeknh lodge, the Washington, Dec. 13 The en tire country, from California to Maine, was held in the grip of a cold wave today. The local weather bureau 's forecast was i it continued cold weather to- ' night and tomorrow throughout r.he nation, with a gradual $ worming up Thuisday. $ Below zero weather was re- iK ported in West Virginia, west- em Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indi- nun, Illinois and Minuesotn, if and in the northwest. Tho eold $ est place in the country was Devils Lake, N. D. where 20 $ degrees below Hero was reported. tile:)! flii! L Heavy Vote Poped but No , Change in PositionCon testants Holding Out Yotes GREEK INFLUENCE SEEN IN CHARMING PARTY FROCK Hutchins, Paul Htege, Fred Kiixon, S.j auxiliary of the I. 0. O. F., will also liv USKCU ua guemn. nu irvuiii 1,111 take plnce in the lodge rooms in the opera house. Light refreshments will be served in the banquet hall after the G. Sargent, David JSyro, Paul Hauser, konncth Brown. When the membership list is coin pleted it is expected that many of the valley towns will be represented, sup- program, which will be ns follows porters of the guine in Monmouth, Jn-i Address of Welcome. . .Geo. H. Burnett dependence, Dallas, Albany and eveiiSesponso C. L. MeNury Portland having already announced Vocal Duet "Breezes cf the Night" tiieir intentions of joining. Gounod The membership campaign ninong thoj Mm. If. W. Simerul, Mrs. F. I.. Waters, women has not yet been taken up, but! Address 0. B. Moores it. is expected Hint it will lie begun Heading Airs. v. w. xviemeycr horny, and it is known that tiieir sup port will be very substantial. m About forty-five dollais was realized from the dinner served in the promo tion di.'paitineut of the commercial club Sutuiduy by the Indies, of the First Baptist church, ull money over ex penses to be used n a church benefit. Mrs. Fred liynon, Mrs. A. 0. Duvidsou i.nd Mrs. Theodure Kolh were in charge id' the dinner, nnd they wore assisted in serving by Miss Kslhor Copley, Mrs. llnrijv, Mrs. Jlcglan, Mrs. Kdinonds, ..Uodard Violin Solo "Bereceuse Miss Mary Seliultx Address L. P. Harrington Selection Male (juiirtcttc Dr. II. C. Kplcy, Fred Metz, S. K. Wolfe nnd C. K. Knowlnnd. Address F. T. Wrightiunn Duet Violin and Piano Master Guy 11. Albin, .Miss Iiuth Peck. Address V. T. Williamson i Communications from Absent Members Automatic lioll Call. I Out-of-town members tire beginning to ntiivc nnd it is expected that by to- large representation 1'roi:; s will bo here. iu. i ii , m:.. i.K.i, II... morrow ll . ,.-1 n , l M I..' 'iv-,.,.,hil.. Mrs. ! valley eiti Mink Skill' acted us. cashier, anil Hev. , , Harry Marsliull sealed the callers ut ! MOKh TALK ABU ill INC llirt'O 1UUU Uimi'l. -U1HH INIV. XVW jiisuii ;fivi jtl';inin vocal selection lining tlx.' liouif, Eti'cu'iiiniiuotl by .Miss (ico'ia I-Iootli at tho niaiio. 1 f 11 n Tlure was another heavy poll of votes in the Capital Journal exposition contest today, but it is evident that the 'fading candidate are again hold ing out the big vote coupons. Tens of thousands of votes, issued on receipted bills from the business houses partici pating in the contest, have been issued during tho past two weeks, and only a small proportion of-lhese have yet touud their way into' the ballot box. It is evident that preparations are be ing mudo for a whirlwind finish when there will be a veritable nvulunche of votoj. r Tho relative standing of the candi date! was not changed by the count today. The trip to the great exposition with its wealth of world wide wonders', will be the event of a lifetime for the fortunate winner, and the Capital Journal guarantees that no expense will be s ured in making a pleasant one. First class railroad fare, tho best of hotel accommodation, and facilities for scene the great fair at its best will be provided free of all ehnrge by this paper. It will be a prize well worth working for, .. Tho plan adopted by this paper for giving the trip does not require the con testant to sell anything. The only thing necessary to secure votes being to pa tronize some of Salem's most popular stores. Tho advertisements of these PREMIUMS FOR BONDS. Portland, Ore., Dec. 15. A good 9ign of returning prosper ity was the bid of Morris Brothers, Inc., of Portland, and the Harirs JTrust & Savings bank of Chicago, of f 1,031,000 for the remainder of Multnomaii coun ty's share of bonds voted for the interstate bridge over the Columbia between Po tland and Vnncouvar, Wash. The high bill was a premium of 3.19 per cent. Tho bonds bear 5 ner cent interest and are serial. Hopgrowers Association At- tracts Practically All Grow- ! ers in Valley I "From results realized in nil of Clio hop sections of the valley which wo have visited and held meetings we are more than pleased and encouraged to the point that we are certain that tho movement is a go and that it will go big," said E. V. D. Paul, organizer nud publicity manager for the Oregon Hop' (rowers ."association who was in Salem this morning1 for a consultation with President McMulian, M. L. Jones audi other members- of the committee on or ganization and subscribing $10 (one! share) in stock for every acre of hops he cultivates and .Mr. Ian! is satisfied' ill be raised rmit of early incorporation and settling down to busi-. ness. j "We have finished up Yamhill coun ty," said Mr. Paul "where wo have actually signed up ilS per cent of tho growers and will get the other 2 per cent soon, nnd in the Independence and ! n..n.. .I:-. ..!.. ...l ... )..... ' I I'UIIIIH llintlll-l. I,IHIU ,UlU 6A Itl i opposition from certain antagonistic' .098,340 (.incuts, , wo have secured practically; .(IS"),S22 1 cvervbodv who has attended the meet !; ings and' Mr. II. II. Fletcher, of Hide- - OH, SHIS pciijlenee and C. G. Goad, of Dalian, our,; .. 88,275 i district organizers, report by telephouu . 40,305! this morning, that many have come in. - 0,544 ! an, I signed up voluntarily since our last i .... 5.702 meeting. .... 3,73 1 Tlpnlnr.ftrnu-Aru fMiriilnff TTn. t Noteworthy Values mm In Every Department Including Holiday Goods Women's Black Silk Hose, $1.50 and $1.25, special 95c Women's Black Lisle Hose, 50c, special 35c Children's Fast Black Cotton Hose, 17c, special. .11c Women's Union Suits, reg. $2.00 and $1.75, spl., 98c Women's Union Suits, reg. $1.50 and $1,25, spl., 79c Women's Silk Waists, black and colors, special $3.98 Women's Lingerie Waists. One-fourth Less Children's Fur Sets, good assortment One-half Price Xmas Suggests " firms is run . each Friday's Capital, , Journal. T.iese firms have agreed to ip Q t , give sales check or receipt to every . . . . .. ' , purchaser tor cash or lor mommy bins paid until January 1, 1915. The sales checks or receipts from theso firms may bo exchanged for votes at this office ono vote for every 5 cents of your purchase. The names and standing of tho can-1 i)a,'(t dldates follow: Iiuth Fugate Mrs. draco Koff Hibbier Pearl Zinn ., Violet Cory Margaret White .- Itensiia Swnrt Violet M. Darker Marie Bolinger Arline Ohm Ueneeieve Fraser 1,930! I Luanna Brown 1,073 1 Celia Wilson l,Mi "One of the .most eucournring foa- tares of the oreaiiizatioii work which- Pocket Books Card Cases Hand Bags Novelty Jewelry Parisian Ivory Kurd's Stationery Dennison's Novelties Kid Gloves Silk Gloves Novelty Neckwear Hair Bows Silk Scarfs Richardson's Linens Wool Blankets Bed Spreads Maish Comforts Linen Handkerchiefs Silk Petticoats Bath Robes Infants' Wear Hundreds of Gift Ideas Throughout the Store .SHIPLEYCO. LIBERTY STREET eeiia wi son VIi: ' have encountered is ,he actual sign Marguerite Ostrander 1,644 . B1M, (11(i out (, M(.k , . s(,v. l,OUU I i . . ,,. ,,.,... ..,, , .. ., A LACE FACTORY is' lleini Stevenson, of Liberty, for 20. years u manufacturer of lace in F.u- Tonight lit the Cenlrnl Congregation- j rope and America, was in Salem this; al church a reception will be given ion- j morning und discussed the prospects ciiug the nen ly appointed minister, for the establishment of n lace factory' !;ev. Unwind Stover, and his wife. Ad- in this city. He spoke to the board of j dress of welcome will be mado by rep-1 governors of the Salem Commercial j reH.'Ututives of the various churches, club Inst night concerning the proposl- j und a -splendid musical program of so-ition and has since been elaborating los and iusi riiiiieutal numbers will be ! and completing plans showing that such I given. All members of the enngrega- nil institution could be profitably j tion and their frieudse are invited and 'erected here. it is expected that a large attendance "There is no other factory on the will lie noted, coast," said Mr. Stevenson, "and the I iiiiimrtnnitv for securing an establish- A select number of musical f rlends : MU.nt of this kind at this time is good. I Beth liyan Myrtle Herdlcin . I ustis Davis i Lola Do Long Grace Craig I lleruice Sauter Hazel Johnson Beatrice- Crawford Mablo Brassficld 1350 1315 1()!)0' 1080 1075' 1075 . 1005 , 1047 Mario Schwab 1010 vern George 1000 ers who have taken out big blocks of stock an I express their utmost con fidence Ui the movement nnd its ulti mate success. We are also receiving letters from every part of the state,' Cottage drove, (liants Puss nud Oak land growers are all interested and are urging that meetings be held in those places to afford them nn opportunity to learn the details or tne plan una to come gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs N. .1. Bowers, of FruitlBtid, Sunday aft ernoon. Theso gatherings are quite fro quent among the music lovers of this community, nnd with the violin, man dolin, guitar, piano anil organ very en joyable times are had. Iln.cl Cooley 1000! jum (he association. Mildred Cooper 1000 "InJ'olk Yamhill, Marlon, Linn, and Maudo McLaughlin 1000 - Washington counties, where we have Vivian nargruvo 1000 j M., meetings we have secured fully 00 flroce Taylor 1000 , p,,r ,.,.nt, ns far as we have gone and ex- Mngdalona Tuffli 907 : pc-t to get tl I all before we get Mary Guycr 800 1 through. As soon us w e have sub Alma Hull 750 j ci-ilied the nercssiirv 1511,000 in stock Vera Martin ... 750(o incorporate "II of the growers who Lotta Penn - 750 ore now skeptical and undecided con Silvia Miller 750' ning the success of the move will Gladys Gray - V50, come in with a rush and I have not the Mario Evans i.'..; 750 , sliehest doubt that it will be an mi- Tho following la a list of the firms qualified success.'1 whose sales checks or roceints may be' There is to be a meeting at Inde- exchanged for votes at tho Capital Jour nal office: Stockton Tho lace industry, if located here, would bring into Salem hundreds of' thousands of dollars of outside money, The market on the const is excellent, I .. .1.: 4 .1 . .1 I ll n hum iiurt ui me coinniy inline con- f - . . , . . mimes 'l00,000 worth of the fabric 'l.v ""!' ' ''Lr''il' itlnit goes to make lip such an impurtnnt I classic i.reea uraper - s. CHiFFOH find SATin The gown pictured here is so severe- !part of women's wear. Mis. Edith Watson and her two sons,) "With the plant Hint is propused to from Grnnd Rapids, Mich., arrived in ! be erected here, lit least t!!00,000 worth Snlein Thursday to inako their home! of lace would be manufactured each with Mrs. Watson's brother, Harry K. year, This product would bo disposed Kennedy. 'of on tho coast and so brinu; into Su- lent Inigo amounts of money. Miss Dorothy Peareo returned teiSa-j "Haw material is only secured In lent yesterdav nfter spending Sunday England. It will require at least 150, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hop-: 000 to establish tho plant and give a kitil. She is a niec of Mrs. Hopkins, sufficient amount of running capital. The machinery alone costs s.'l,000, A t.asket social will be given at the1 while, building and ito will cost an Oak Grove hall on Saturday evening, !otlu'r 1',000. December 10, under tho auspices of "During my expeilcnco in tho lacu the Ladles' Aid society of tho ok ninkli.g bus,ess 20 years all togetlier. Grove church. Beginning at 8 o'clock 14 1,1 " ImteA States I have estnb a short program (if choice selections by' lil,lK,' "m! "1 llp " "nceessful local talent will be given. Tho ladles I llll"l,N I" America. I bnvo experl o will provide tho baskets. ' u,l l'"'" I1'1" Interest from direct- . . ing a company to Betting up the nm- An effort that should bo shored In I tu,i!"7'i-, i . , , , , . bv all friends, as well tis patr,, of , A ''y""; (,lno- wl",r" 1 i' the school Is tiiat of the Parent-Teach-11" 1 r"n n Prntie. ranch In ers1 nssoelation of the ltichmond school, Oflfn, there Is a plant Hint employs which will on Frldnv evening give u ,rom, 1 V 2" V,"?k 1,11 17,' entertainment, and hold a bazaar of Christmas gifts to raise money to pur chase standard pictures far their schoitl. This Is the first affair of tho kind which this school has given and fur nishes an opportunity to help a most worthy cause. Three booths will be con. ducted where fancy articles, cooked institution nliuie has a payroll of $5, 000 per month, or (10,000 per year. It enn thus be readily seen that the es tablishment of such nn Institution In Si-lem would mean for the growth und i development of the city." It win only a few weeks ago that banding of silver tinsel. Tho gown ib meant for a dancing, frock. LARGE LAND DEAL CONSUMMATED TODAY Rhoten Farm Is Exchanged for Large, Well-Improved Wheat Ranch in Mor row County. One of the largest real estnto trans actions that has been made in Snlem for some time was closed today through tho iigency of Mr. P. Hpringer, uf the Olmstead Land Co., when ,'ohn II. niioten nnd K. A, Hhnten. of this city, traded their fine .'Ull nere much near West i taytim to Mr. I.. M. Parker, of Newborn, for his OOO acro wheat farm near lone, in Morrow county. Mr. Million's ranch was one of the best In Marion enmity, while Mr, Par ker owned one of the most highly Im proved nnd best wheat fur ms in Moro county. It has a fine new house nnd AUSTRIAN SUCCESS Petiogrud, Dee. 15. That the Aus trian were descending the northern slope of tho Carpathians through I'uk In Puss into (lalicia was officially ad mitted here today. War ol'iice offi cials expressed the opinion that ail at tempt, to relieve Premvsl was contem plated. Slav officialdom did lint seem per turbed, however. To get Into the val leys from the snow and ice covered Km id ui ti ranges, it was said the Aus tiiiiu forces would have to be split into detached commands, which it would ho easy for the Kussiiins to deal with ef fectually one after another, The difficulties of military opera tions in the Carpathians lit this seuiion declared to be tremendous. The Toggery Salem Electric, Co. Salem Cigar Factory Imperial Furniture Company. Salem Laundry to, Wiley B. Allen Co. The Globo Theatre. The Hoyal Bakery (bread wrappors) A. C. Devoe Shoes The Spa Hauser iiron. Trover k Weigel, rhologrnphori Yokohama Crockery & Tea Co. Vick Bros. Garago Salem Fish and Poult rv Market Poisnl and Shaw Grocery C. M. Epplcy Grocery. Tho Highland Grocery Iteil da way's Cash Grocery J. L. Bnslck Son Grocery Dr. Mark Skiff Dental Office J, E. llockett, Piano Tuner Salem Ice Co. .....)...... II. lu nl'li.rnmiti nl 1 n V III- 1.1 ,u " when it is expected the entire board of- 1 directors will be present; another meet- TO HAVE SMOOTH WHITE ing will be held nt Aurora Wednesday, SOrT SKIN ALL WINTER tomorrow afternoon: lit Donald on Thursday afternoon: Gervnis on Kridiiy, Hoes your skin chap or roughen easily ami St. Paul Saturday. Mr. Paul who. In this weather, or become unduly red or , is accompanied by Secretary Fred f. blotchy f Let inn tell you a quick, easy ; Stump, of Snver,' of the association way to overcome the trouble and keep j drove over from Dallas this morning in, your complexion beautifully white, an automobile and will take the .Marion, smooth ami suit the winter long, .lust. county members of the board back to Independence wilh them SALEM 'social service center Union of Frutornnl, ltidlgloua, Civic, 'indiistrlnl nnd Other OrganlitntloiiM and Citizens of Suloin for Mutual Aid. Don't Merely "Stop Cough 5 Si.inish war veteran wants work of liny kind, llesident of Salem; lias wife QfXXt&OOQ Mind three children; hlghlv recommend ed. a Slop Ike Tbluir thnr Consf I and (he Couati nlll Plop llarlf rOO"0(00'XiOOiXiXiOWOiXiOil A cough Is really one of nur lieid iricnds. It warns us tluit there is In- M.liiv Salem men with liiiuilics want. Jwork, If you know where employment i n , 11 y be hail yon aie urged to eo upcrutu get ail ounce of ordinary luereoli.ed i wax at the nearest ilrugsture and use a little before retiring, as you would cold creniii. I'poii arising remove the coat ing wilh sudsy water. The wax, through some peculiar attribute, flecks off the rough, discolored or blemished skin. The worn-out cuticle comes off just like dandruff on n disensed scalp, only in almost Invisible particles. Mereolizcd nnx simply hastens Nature's work.' Csed ns required, it keeps tho face constantly free from devitalised scurf skin and only the healthy, young looking skin Is in evidence. It's the best treatment known for wealherbent en, aged muddy, freckled, pimpled and ull Ituhciiutiful complexions. Sonic skins wrinkle easily In winter. There's an excellent remedy In n harm less wash lotion made by dissolving 1 oz. puwdorc I saxolile in "j pint witch lui'.el, I Ins w ill quickly CHRIST M A S PROBLEMS o ,( "If I only knew what to give him" is a con tinual daily lamenta tion. Surely no harder problem of gift-giving confronts the average woman than that of choosing a suitable gift for a man. The merchants who are using the advertis ing columns of The Journal are bending their energies toward the display of new wares for their Christ mas trade. A careful study of our advertising col umns and a visit to the shops will convince the hurried and worried that "something differ ent" and "something new" is to be found. AN AEROPLANE ATTACK. with the Center In securing it, for local I every iine.-inc oinuu jieauiuui tl as far as possible, especially those III families. Phone Ho:.'. mum nn, i uuiiif-iiui'ic riiiiuif- inur uu , - - " - - -- ntinueh to litim ' ll s ill tl 11 Turin near ,-,.lm.n,l Hnt..lim,.n. nf ,i f,.,.. tory here was brought to t he at trillion 1 T' I0. ,"!",",." , 1 ,', ... !" '" andwb-he. and cake will also be .0 of Mr. Stevenson. He caught the idea , L ."'l ... ' ! ed. The urournm. which beulns at 7:30 MulcMy nnd thinks there is nn better,' " ' , ; o'clock, will be given by pupils of the Wrtnlly f;.r binding the prnposi- j ,,f ,,; J ,11001, assisted ny some or 1110 eny s .1 - , .bud cough don't tnoiecd to ilose youisill with a lot of drugs Unit merely "stoi from Linn I the cough temporarily by deedenlnir (lie just menus , throat nerves, Ti eat the cause heiil the best talent, the arrangement of which follows! Plnno duet Delia Williumi and Grace Humphreys Hon By School Vocal siiln Miss Alma Ashliy Holly drill First and Second Grades Violin solo Edna Dennison it, ho expects to go to Washington barn, piped Willi running water, and!"""1"1"1"" r oiwnicuoii 111 11 winger modem In nil resiiccls. Over -Hull ceres1 '"" ' ,n V . 1 ' "'rehire, w lieu you gel are in wheat now. Mr. Ilhotcn cinne nut count v. lown. in lHllll with inlliiiiinil iiiemliriiiies. Here s n homo. made remedy that, uels riulit nt. the nnin ' land will make 1111 obstinate cough vanish niori! quickly II11111 you ever thought pos sible. rut 214 ounces of Pincv 1 no cioita work ns nn Oregon farmer and investor worth) In n pint bottle nud till the Imltln If you know of employment of any kind please notify the Center III once. Phone -'Hi-. Amsterdam, Dee. 15. Advices re ceived here today from German sources eradicate 'minuted that some damage was done at rieiburg, linden, Monday, by II I'll-in li aeinplniie attack, Tho airmen Xohoilv of course, believe the report 1 11 i I lionilm upon the town, It was Dint nearly nil the women in this conn-! the fourth attack of the kind on I'rei ly me huv knitting socks and milieus lung, for the soldiers ill Kniope, because to- ' " day there Is nut more tlinii one Ainef l Meanly is only skin deep, but some- Iciin woman In oO.umi who knows how times the display rack doesn't show to knit anything except her brow, 'It "p to " Rood iidviinlnge. stnte or California. In farm lands, 'I Ins AN AUbTKlAN STORY. Hesidi'S the f 11 tin for which he in. iveyiil a full pint of t ie most pleasant 1 just traded in M010 county, Mr. Klin iten owns n fine wheat ranch in I'ma itllbi county, nnd n fnrm nf Hill acres In j Vm Tii li i 1) county. This bitter farm he -Thai would like tn exeluinne for eastern Vienna, via Merlin, Dec. 1.1. Austrian pursuit of the Russians Into ! Oreirnn wheat binds, with n view t Voenl solo !....Mrs. H. K. l.jwson eastern (inllcia continues, the war of- centering his Interests in one section Piano solo Miss Mildred Hrunkjfiee announced today, It wns stated ;m ,peinlizing in one brnnch of Song By Pupils of Third tirade; that the chase had reached the plain . fiirmiiiir- 'fending Perry Ilelgelman of lleiithnl. Fighting was said lobel .r, Hhoten's fiiinneiiil success has, Vocal solo George C. L. Snyder almost ccintinuous. f 0,.B,,, ,on j,:0 to h, En(i I,- A general Invitation Is extended, tiio,i)i 1 nPB, bidement to a lnrue extent, but it . ' shows that there are rent opportunities I r.Z;(7. iZ;w. " . I,,n (,r,''"n fnr '''''''''" "' Hnntncret,lnvil.lmM. A gunrsntcs rtMlot or Journal Want Ada. 1 mny mnrr just ns he has done since nf absolute satisfaction, or money prompt- I he moved here from luwn. v refiinded. goes with this preparation, i , I 'flu l'lncx Co., VI, Wayne, Ind. entertainment to be held in tho assem bly hall. . Chadwlek Chapter No. 37, Order of F.nstern Star, will give a dnneing party with plain granulated sugar ivrup, llves von n full Hint nf 4 Tin tmisf nl and cftis'tivo eouirli remedy vou everliscd. at a cost of only 54 rents. (l bother to prepare. Pull directions with Pinex, It henls the Inflnmoil membranes so f'cntly nnd promptly that you wonder' low It dis'S if. Also loosens a dry, lionise or tight roitirh and slops the iiiriiiatinn of plil, Kin In the t li rout nnd liruncliiiil tubes, limn ending the persistent loose cough, rinet Is a lilglitv concentrafcil com pound of Norway pine extract, rich In guninenl, nnd Is (unions the world over for its healing effect on the membranes.. To avoid dlnpno!n(ment, ask your You are invited to come in and look over our stock of Xman Suggestions A FEW OF THE GIFTS ON DISPLAY IN LEATHER Wnllots for genlla- BOOKS-Lata Books of fiction CHILDREN'S BOOKS, IN LINEN, men In all grades Lndlcs' Hand Bags, In the latest styles Music Itolls O.ims Bets- Memorandum Books Shopping Lists Data Books Address Books Cnlling Lists Photo Books Lap Tab lets. IN BRASS Complete Writing Desk Sotn Envelop Openers Stamp Cases Paper Knives Shears Candlesticks Smoker Bets Jew el Boxes. Reprints of Late Books Books raq AND TOY Paint Books of ranums Authors In sets-- p, Hooka-Story Booka- Poenis and Essays, In Taney and ' rialu Bindings-New Berlea of Chattorbox-A, B. C. Books. People'! Library Books for tho DOLLS Fine Dressed Dolll at 2rc. Boys, Including Motor Merles, Rover Boys, Saddle Boys, Bane ball Btorlen, Racer Boys, Aero plane Boys, etc. Bonks for the Girls, Including Alcolt'a Betty Wales, Motor Girls, Dorothy Dale Scries, etc. GAMES Including tho famous Car- roin-Arclmroim Boards, Checkers, Chess, Dominoes, Card Games, etc. XMAS CARDS, BEALS, ETC. THE COMMERCIAL BOOK STORE, 163 Com'I St.