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TTTTi SALEM CAPITAL JOUEKAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1914.
Social and Personal Notes
By Mollie Runcorn
SALEM people will be offered an-
other opportunity to assist in a
charitable effort ami at the same
time enjoy a splendid evening's enter
tainment, tonight, when a program of
musical and literary numbers will be
given at the Grunt school, under the
supervision of the Parent-Teachers' as
sociation. The charitable part- of the
affair is taken up in a unique manner,
the price of admission being toys,
clothing and foodstuffs, with emphasis
oh "toys," any article of this nature
btinj particularly desirable for distrib
ution to the children of the poor at
hristmas time. As it ia known that
the assistance rendered by Salem peo
ple at this time will be for the greater
part of a substantial nutnre, the mem
bers of this organization took this
method of supplying the children with
gifts that are as necessary to make
hristmas real to them as the more
"sensible" articles are to the older.
However, the things that go to supply
warmth and comfort will bo gratefully
received, and a special request is made
that articles or every disruption which
are ;iven will be in such a condition
as to make their presentations worth
The program, which begins at 7:4"
to lose them as citizen's, as neighbors,
as friends, and if good wishes count
anything toward success, their . future
lire will indeed bo one of usefulness and
Jlr. and ills. W. H. Tnrpin nnd fam
ily, irom Vancouver, B. are visiting
.Mrs. Turpin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Hunt, 1140 Leslie street. Mrs. Tnr
pin is a native of Salem. They have
been living in Canada for the past 10
Professor and Mrs. Merritt Davis
leave the first of the week for Ku
geno, where they will spend Christmas
week the guests of the former's par
ents. Professor Davis is head of the
commercial department of the high
school, and is listed as one of the tore
Committee Named to Com
to be Named
After the committees to work for the
completion of organization had been
iiiiiii"il nt the meeting of the Marion
County Taxpayers league last night, in
the circuit court room, a general dis
cussion of taxntion and expenditures
of the public moneys was held. This
disciissiim was of especial interest to
thciio who are bearing the burden of I.
supporting the state and was entered
RECEIPE DEPARTMENT J
....White Fruit Cake. 1 scant cup sug-1
ar; 'j scant cup butter; 2 cups milk;
3',j cups flour, sifted; 2 t'-aspoons
Crescent baking powder; ( teaspoon
Crescent extinct cloves; 14 cup candied
chierries; cup seeded raisins; Vj cup
shredded cocoiiutit; cup cut citron;
teaspoon Croscent extract nutmegs
Creaming butter, sugar and one table- j
spoon milk five minutes; add rcmuin-j
ing milk aud beat until sugar is dis
solved. Stir in flour and baking pow
der until thoroughly mixed and add to
the batter tho fruits anil extracts. Hake
slowly one hour.
Softening Dry Cheese. Cheese, when
it has become dry, may be freshed by
being placed in hot water for a few
well us one soru.i
o'clock, will be furnished by pupils of stitution beiug happily imimino to this
tho sihool, assisted by some of Halem 's ! mnla.lv, although, every fraternity as
best entertainment talent. It will take
place in Professor Miller's room, and
will be ns follows:
Piano solo Mrs. Frank Frickey
Heading Perry Kotgeliunu
Song "Holes in Our Stockings"....
Pupils of Fourth Clrndc
Recitation Hilly Brown's Mis
take" Council Ward
Ifoci tation 1 ' Hilda 's Christmas ' '
- Kuth Minton
rinnta, (,'laus song... Primary Pupils
Story "The Ooldcn Cobwcbb"
'. Hoy Ulowr
r-ong "Oh Come Yo and Adore
Him" By Oirls of Fourth Grade
Recitation "Just Before Christians"
Recitation "Tho llurrliigo ot San
ta Clnus" Violet ISturgell
Recitation " Under tho Holly
Bought Kmil Livuck
AlrB. Muudo Lucns, Mrs. Claude Hill
Reading Ivan G. Martin
Pinno solo Mrs. Frank Frickey
Rending "The Biids' Christmas'
Carol" Mrs. J. Montcalm Brown
Tlcnirhniltji I ln ni- iu-n n.r.ru nm:
into by State Senators H. C. Bishop and Lp B01r nik( uIge Bl00llfu ,.;
A. M. La loUctte. cream or a little butter, pinch of gin-i
At the meeting Inst night a Vonsti- get M t Pa5.,00 8m .lisaolvcd in sc.ir'
tution mid bv-aws were adopted. Bv; . -n. "...u i i.-io
most speakers on tho program for thcltheso instruments the scone of the or- "" " '""V"1 u,m 7""" , i i,"
tun..i' u-0,.ii.w. Nvhieh nnnvene. I " V .:n:., ? ' . .. . m,tl,lt'K of einnamon, flour to loll, try
in the college city next week. Superin- nlcnI)6 for te lowering of tuxes audi ' J
the curtailment of expenses whenever
possible in tho city, county or state.
K. P. Boise, John II. Scott ond Joseph
Bninngartner were appointed a com
mittee to solicit business men of tne
city tr. enroll in the new league and so
muko strong the organization with
which they expect to reduce expenses.
t aiididutes for tho board of directors,
tendent Klliott will also be n speaker.
With the arrival of the University of
Oregon students as a result of college
dismissal on account of a campus epi
demic of mumps, the city again took
on a livelier appearance early in the
week. The Salem students .at this in-
easily and successfully
done with '
IT RAISKS THE DOfSc.H
Special Sale Prices on
Good Sensible Christ
Nan's Cheese Straws. For Original!
1K21 One cup flour, two cups grated;
cheese, one tenspcon biittcr, pinch salt,'
. '.ntn.i.;tu n' - ... . wiiiium, uuoo. UL !MUU Sl'Ullt: Ul SU II. ..lien Jl II I IV IUIIIVS IU
i,n,L S L ?"i eonstitution says must het,,Bke jnto llll(J ,as ,,ow' illg loit stil. in tn.ii.-n and sugar ai
,L T?i", e''11'"1 ?' 15 ""'"' "'H 'e "I""''1 by fwith them. Into a pint, of chilled j cook in double boiler half an hour. Be,
TIBln,"""i " v"u i'. j me coniTiniTee appoiuieii ut uruw up
wore uuuble to ilo classroom duty School : the constitution. The officers of the
ewiHuil ' iiei uv. tnnnv nf tlin sruilcilts , :n i. K .. i. i
. . . j, j . --- . ui K" ui.iiiiuii win I'l. nuseii ii iiiu iwifif i,i twr
niiiiiiir iinimi vestenlav. ttinsft rptnnin- .1: rri. A :.... ...:ti l. 1,1 '
" si j -11 - iiin-riuin. Iliu iivai, iii:i:i.iiik " ill "1: , : II,, r.'JIl
iutf. Miss Hnzid Dcvninu. Allen livuoll. I i..,l.i !.. ..: Yr 1,,.. nanillu. J III
Homer F.gim, Kenneth Moores, Paul I ipne eommittee thnt will choose the di- "'!'!'' i"''1 ",'t
anil Lcland Hendricks, Walter Kirk reetm is i.nninn:e,l nf I) .1. Fi v. R. K. I
rage, K. P. Boisd, C. S. Hamilton and
I. Frank Hughes.
Peach Tapioca. Peel and slice one
ono scant teaspoon baking powder. Mix quart of ripe peaches. Sprinkle with i
with water and roll out like pie crust, sugar and let stand three houis. Mnkej
Cut in strips and bake a light brown. la tapioca cream, using one pint milk,'
Nice with snlud. Don't worry. I three tablespoons prepared tapioca, one- j
i half cup of sugar and two eggs; pinch,
Charlctte Busse. Cut stule sponge af salt. When milk comes to the boil-
Yolks of two eggs with a little cold;
milk, oild to hot tapiocn, stil well anil
A welcome uildition to Salem's so
cial and professional circles is the C. S.
Acker family, which arrived in the
city Wednesday from Leola. South l)a
kotu, to make their home here. They
lire stopping with tne J. S. Austins and
1. O, Curtis, cm East Slate street, until
they find a home to their liking. Mr.
Acker is n prominent western attor
ney anil plans tampon law offices here.
Afrs. Acker is'n pleasing 'personality,
mill will be an attractive new member
in society. They have one son. Junior
The following item, taken from the
Mcl'hcrsoii County Herald, (if Decem
ber 1U, serves lis an appropriate intro
duction of the family to Salem:
"Attorney C. S. Asker and family
lire preparing to leave Leola today to
make then future home in Salem,
lire., wncre .lunge Aciier will re-cngagc
and Biyon Turner, arriving yesterday
and today. Miss May Steiislul'f and
Miss Genevieve Fruzier, of the Oregon
Agricultural college, will spend . the.
( hristmas holiday in Salem with their
W niter hirk, of the I'niveisity ot
Oregon, son of Mr, nnd -Mrs. John Kirk,
spent a few hours in Salem with his
parents (1:1 his way to Nashville, Tcnn.,
where he goes to represent the Gumma
Phi fraternity of tho university at tne
Alpha, Tail, Omega convention, to be
Tho university students have a three
wee'is' vacation, those of tho Oregon
Agricultural college having it two
weeks' holiday. Willamette university
, the high uiiil public schools close to
day, with resumption of studies on
Juniiarv fmi nil.
Mrs. K. X. Derby went to Portland
early in the week, Mr. Derby joining
her yesteiday. They will take passage
lor Am Francisco shortly, going from
then on ail extended juiriiey east, ha
ter tliev will return to California and
sugar nnd whip until stiff. At the last,
tenspoousfnl of extract ol
the bowl with the wmpped
in the ice chest until
cook until it thickens. Beut whites
well and add alter removing from
stave. Let get thoroughly cold before
stirring in peaches.
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
Which Is Better Try an Experiment ',
or Profit by a Salem Citizen's
Something new Is an experiment.
Must be proved to bo as represented.
Tho statement of a manufacturer is
not convincing proof of merit. i
Hut tho endorsement of friends is. I
Now supposing you had a bud back,!
' A lame, weak, or aching one,
Would you experiment on it? , '
Yon will rend of many so-called
Endorsed by strangers from far-away i
places. !'. !
It's different when tho endorsement
conies from home. j
Eusy to prove local testimony.
Head this Salem ense; ' : j
JoHeph Wint, (Ifi3 High St.. Palem,,
says. "Mv kidnevs were disordered,
aitcn.i me exposiuon iicioic, ineir ..... ,H(.K wemfi to U8e lis streniith
i .: , ZZZ.
Possesses All Three
It is absolutely pure, it is of high
quality, and its flavor is delicious.
Guard against imitations: the genuine has
the trade-mark on the package
and is MADE ONLY BY
WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited
U. S. I'lit. Ulf.
RICHARDSON S LINENS
.... CHILDREN'S HOSIERY
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS
LEATHER PURSE BAGS
BOX STATIONERY e
WOMEN' FLEECED KIMONAS
Children's Fur Sets 1-2 Price
Odd Line Art Linens 1-2 Price
Only Five Days Until Xmas
liome-eonuug. llonn's Kidnev l'ills soon fixed inn inn
- ('..l"" nui-es in cinnmcu ate uui-;,, f. kj)nPV 1WM,i((Ua aud,J : CHRISTMAS BOXES OF I
,, will se Tied ( ross seals tomor- wi , ,,,,, ,,, , V nAniTI I
row. They wil be assigned by twos at .riee 50e, at all dcilers. Pon't sim-1 PRUNES POPULAR
the Ladd & Hush, bank, he United ,y sk f('M. kidnev remedv get I IVUnliiJ I ULlll
States National bank, the hleetrie dii- Mi,.,,,, K ;,!.,, i:ii n, ,;., n,'t i- i
pot, ine post oiii-c, tae u. . k .. I Wil.t vA, Foster-Milburn Co.. I'rona...
CHILD DIES FROM BURNS i
Vednesdny noon, Xninuin, the three-1
year-old sou of .Mr. and Mrs. ('. (
So popular were the hrislmns boxes Kuutson, living one mile north of No.
nf i, nines mid lin.n nbeiiies lint nil liv I'l school liollw', UI1S so severely lilllll-
Ithe Hiilem l-'ruit I'nion for shipment to '''1 that death followed about six.
:lli tin,! 'iiii evtnm nei-ii nideied o'clock that evening. A small fire had:
.Miss Fannie Klliott, librarian nt Wil-' 1UB oia-iasiuonea man ivno nsca w to supply the demand. Women nre at i'on V"' iii'nyain wane the
Jamette university, has gone to Chicago KecP la loucn wnn nauonai airaira ff(,.k t )lllWnt packing these boxes rainuy went in to dinner, .juer u
to apend the (.hiistiuns holiday. Hho "u" v"'":" luuHl ami it is expected tney nn. nave tne " ." "" "'";
i II,:- ,.itv 1,1 iii.Iim.iii n tnk.i " nnjimiiB eicopi uunuo auppiemenvs , ,,, ( ,., e ei iv the em of the louuu ni cunning was nn inc. dchiic:
v .l jl. ii . 1 3 A u.. . ' - ..I... i'l l.i I... I.:..
line 1 1 ii in I'M I'oiiiii in- i'A ( i ii;iiiMirii mi
lliiieklicrries to the extent of 180 f'"' 11 and body was terribly bur 1
Meyers store nnd the I!nrncs cush store,! ,ffa0 N. Y,
:.. h.- . -r . ii I ., iCiiinu u i ii n in v i u m uuiiiiiiii u nv. , . - ,
iriz,0: !:?uuW ; ,,mi tU latMt M of ,fgaMWfl',
fw the hist nine years, and dining that lu. " """ ' l"v
time made u great many friends, and v';' ; . , I
the judge nas built up a largo ai d In-' , "' "'""' '
native law practice, ...id now ranks as '''""" ( 'V'"1 '' 'i ','KV0 ,
one ot the best attoiueva of the north fut bu""' "1.
part of the state. .Mr. Acker has been , " x.ct to return hat unlay evening.
?!:'f. '""'"i w ri..; mTTa. m. nS: or social service center
t 7.i,,, Z: L rlV. is expected to arrive Siitur- -Tt-: -r of apples to I'ortlnnd
" . .1 ' .,j ii. iii,ii-, union or r ruiuruui. u ikiouh. civic. wi eimtii n i i iir.ie or
Iholidnvs with her purents at 1 1211 i ' . urK"n,zr'"s packed apples. The total number ol cA )iy . .;. j)jllli(,k (lf
expiriug at tho end (if this year. He
lias been au exceptionally good, faith
lul mid careful official. While he was
stato's attorney a largo number of im
portant rases came beforo the court
for prosecution, in which he was suc
cessful, although pitted against bu ar
my of tho best attorneys of Hie state.
Mr. Acker is an attorney whme integ
rity, honesty and fairness bae never
been questioned! his progressive qual
ities, his clean, aetivu habits make him
cartons have been put. for eastern ship- tinuily moved into the .M'eiiy ilis
ment. Four hundred cases nf cartons, trii-t about a year ago. nnd since that
or 4JU0 cartons, of logonberries lire also t'""' II1V' "(l" 11111 friends who ex
ill process of packing for shipment tu 'end sympathy in this sud hour. Hub
the east. These are nil especially pack- ,lllr'l Kuterpiise.
ed for the Christmas trade. Nnturday!
it is ev, toil the l-'rnit Cninn will shin' WANT HUBBARD POSTOFTICE.
I he cur
of specially l'ilti,m lnive been wiilelv eireoliit-
TRYING TO SAVE PRANK.
Atlanta, tin., Dec, 18. A petition
fur a habeas corpus writ for the release I
of l.eo M. Krnnk, sentenced to lie hung. T
-1 T.. mi i.. ..r i
CO uunuuiy u inr inc iiiuroi-r in iiiitiy
l'liagan, was on file today in the fed
eral district court here. The applica
tion was ininle un the grounds that
Frank was convicted without due pro-ir
ana Cltizena of balem for Mutual Aid. ,,,.H to be sent out in this car is k-..(i, n m r H'F iu i.
mm v .'".. : '..
miisteisiiip ol iiniiiinid. until are wen-
known nnd capable u ml from this ilis-
hi. admirable citizen, u good lawyer, (,,, f nw llmi iH Mllg hM illegally. 1 1
and au cstiinnblo friend. Mrs, Acker
lms been prominent in religious mid
soii'il affairs of tho pluco, being a
member of nil the ladies' organizations,
and at this time is vice-president of
the Ladies' Disco club, one of the prin
cipal su'lnl clubs here. We are sorry
Krnnk 's attorneys declared, after filing I
the prtition yesterday, that if the writf
is denied they will appeal directly to.
the I'nltcd Htutes supremo court. I
Oil meal 2 tons. Albers Bros,, I
tl.2Vi ewt.j White Son, 1.82M. I
Give Him a Present that is
Until June 25th. A box of
A man wears out his toes, his temper and his pock
etbook by wearing the ordinary hose, but HOLE
PROOF is guaranteed to wear
Make holes and darning a memory.
G. W. Johnson & Co,
141 North Commercial Street
Will Be Finished
in Time for
Barnes Cash Store
lliied beef pulp (harrow's) 20 tons, tanco it looks as if success depends up
Albers Kros., l.S'ii cut.; White & on the amount of vim put Intu the cum
I (Son, l.llfl. Ipnign. Hubbard Kuterprise,
Talk It Over With Your Wife
j! You've been seeing and hearing n lot about thin "patronize Oregon Industry"
movement, you Know the good of it, and so does your Inmily, hut you've never
quite reuched the point of applying it directly to yourself, to your uwn esse.
Suppose you and your wife talk it over like two good, loyal boosters. You'll be
surprised to learn how tunny opportunities to do something north while for your
.'home stnte ill general hud yourself in pnrti"iiliir you have been ovei limiting.
T. Let's all do our part l'ATHUNlZIO OHKUON 1X1)1 STHY, mid es in My re-
i member with your patroiinge, the Inlloumg concerns who have siihscnln il to this
AUTO LAMPS, JARDINIERES, ETC. nroing (., o,tlnnd.
J Oi l IH lli AII10 l.ll'up o,,
M:tlii T:'li:i. fill) Alder HI.
The I'nltcd Htntes National Hank,
75 Third Ht., I'ortlnnd, Or,
it RLANKET8 '
t CANDY-VOOAN'S CHOCOLATES,
Modern Confectionery Co.,
Til K HKHOLCTK nACIIKLDHS have'
ileeideil to break their resolutions one1 COLUMBIA HAM8 , BACON , LARD,
evening In every year. Uns will be, r", ,,, u'.....,., .
Hnlurdiiy, December UMh, on which ffMlrLnv
ii.nl. fi,.t i.i,. i......, ..in i,. Lnlon Meat Compuny.
CEREALS "GOLDEN ROD,"
(tolden Hod .Milling Co.,
OAS APPLIANCES AND FURNACES,
lless Mfg, Co.,
B12 Williams ave., Portland, Or.
B, M. Wado & Co.,
312 Huwtliornn nve., 1'ortlund, Or.
I KNIT GOODS, .
I l'orttiuid Knitting Co.,
100 Third St., 1'ortlund, Or.
their first big Annual Danco will bo
'given at the Armory Hall. The rom
'ndltee In chnrgn hnvo pledged them
selves to leave nothing undone to make
this the most enjoyable night of all
nights during 1014,
! "Come and bo a bn.helor'', iio mat
ter whether young, old, single," married,
lady or gentleman but come nnd spend
I tlm most pleasant evening of the nr,
j TREE CHICKEN SUPPER
Advance tickets nre now being sold
by the bachelors; also at the Red Cross
I rtiarmncy, Remember this only comes
once a year and it's Saturday Dec, lm fa.
CRACKERS "SUPREME" BRAND,
V. F. llnrndon & Hon,
ELECTRICITY MADE IN OREOON,
l'urtlii nd Hallway, Light t i'ower Co.
l'nclfic .Mtnteii Kire Insurnncn Co.,
Chum, of Com. Illilg., I'ortlnnd.
FIXTURES ELECTRICAL AND OAS
J, C. Kuglish Co., .
1U5 Union ave. N., I'ortlnnd, Or.
rURNITURE HAND MADE,
V. A. Tnvlnr & Co.,
MO Tenth Wrcet, Portlnn !, Oregon.
MEN'S MADE TO ORDER CLOTniNO
Charles Conpey ft Hons,
6(H Uoynl Hldg,, I'oitli.nil, Or.
HI. 'Using (Irnnito Co.,
Ml Third, I'ortlnnd, nnd Sulcni, Or
OimM In. urance Company
' vxcLuarviLV cmrodN"
Homi OrricK, Cunmktt Blou., Poutlano
RUBBER HEELS. MECHANICAL
l'ortland Ilnbber Mills,
30H Knst Ninth HI., l'ortlnuil, Or.
SUITS, O'COATB-MADE TO ORDER.
Nix'th and Abler, Tortlnnd, Or.
You Never Had a Better
To see and taste Jhe contents of the tin before pur
chasing than you have now, while we have the
Hunt's Canning Demonstration on.
Pineapple Never So Cheap
HUNT'S STAPLE PINEAPPLE, large tins, thick
slices, elegant syrup, Friday and Sat., $2.00 Doz.
HUNT'S BROKEN SLICES, 2 for 25c; $1.35 Doz.
HUNT'S SLICED PEACHES for cream $2.50 Doz.
HUNT'S SUPREME CUT BEANS $1.60 Doz.
In connection with other goods, we will allow you
a discount of 10 per cent in dozen or case lots. RE
MEMBER THE BRANDS DEL MONTE, S. & W.,
LILY OF THE VALLEY, PREFERRED STOCK.
Roth Grocery Co.
San Francisco's New Year
Celebration is justly famous nn the Pacific, Const, and on
account of the opening of (h big Imposition six weeks
later, new glories Hill be lidded,
SHASTA ROUTE TRAINS
Shasta Limited, California Kxpress and Suit Francisco i:x.
press from I'lirtlnnd daily offer the best nnd most com-
fortnl.le mode of travel, the most s ic dip In the West
mid bring you direct to tho
Panama Pacific International Exposition
at Ban Francisco,
LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS
TO LOS ANGELES
uith liberal sli.poM'rs ill enable you to sen thx delight
ful ninteiless California out. lour land -Hiintn, Cruc, Del
Monte, 1'aso Kol.les, Snntii I'nrln.rii, l.os Angeles, Long
Heii.'h, hiintu Monica, Cntalimi Island, .Mt, l.oni), tho
Orange droves and hundreds of other Interesting outing
places in dm (iolilen Male and yon can go to tho
Panama California Exposition
atBnnDlfgo, . ESSEi
Full particulars to special
Christmas Fares and daily farm to Cal
ifornia can be obtained with descrip
tive literature on California and the
Exposition, from nenrcnt Agent
The Kxpusilion l.i no
John M, Scott, flcncral I'lissenger Agl,