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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27, 1915.
Social nd Personal
CAROL 8. DIBBLE.
Anions the members of the party
who left today, accompanying Oovernor
"Withycombe on his official visit to the
Panama-Pacific exposition to celebrate
Oregon day, were: Mrs. Witbycombe,
Kim Mabls Withycombe, Mrs. George
A. White, Mrs. B. K. Lawson, Mrs. K.
,W. Collins and Mrs. C. A. Malone.
Mrs. E. D. Briggs, of Ashland and
Mrs. L. T. Nowton, of Portland, are
being entertained as guests by Mrs.
WiJliam McOilchrist, Jr., during the
Clarence C. Katon, C. 8. B., of Ta
roma, Washington, a member of the
board of membership of the mother
church, the First Church of Christ,
Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, and
a pupil of Mrs. Kddy, will speak tomor
row evening at 8 p. ra. in the Grand
Opera House. He is said to be a
fluent speaker, is well versed in the
tenets and history of Christian Science
and will undoubtedly give a clear ex
position of its work and principles. The
lecture which is free will be given un
der the auspices of the Salem church.
The public, is cordially Invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Asabel Bush were hosts
at a pretty dancing party last Saturday
nilit at the Moose hail. An exceed
ingly beautiful decorative effect was
ieiurcd, by bankings of Oregon grape
and asparagus fern, relieved by plumes
of pampas grass. I he punch bowl
was effectively placed beneath over
hanging sprays of dogwood berries and
nutumn foliage. About thirty couples
attended tiio affair.
A number of friends gathered at Iho
Jiomo of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gardner
on Maplo street Inst evening to watch
an uncommon sight, tho blossoming of
a Night Blooming Cere us. 'J'lio flower
begnn to open about eight o'clock and
continued to unfold until midnight.
When fully revealed, the bloom is
a beautiful thing, being a deep, pure
white in color and ubuut K 1 inches in
tireumference and exceedingly fra
grant. Like Cinderella, at tiio first
break of morn, it disappears entirely,
closing up into a Sphinx-like bud. Dur
ing the evening, a buffet luncheon was
nerved. Those who enjoyed this unique
upectnclo-were: Mr. and Mrs. Gooro
Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. IC. Burnard, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Gardner, Mrs. 11. K.
lloxie, Mrs? Mi'Clnren, Mrs. Shower
man, Mrs, Alderman, Misses Klla Pow
ell and Snrah Alderman, Muster Chas.
Gardner and Mr. Wilt Gardner.
Mrs. Alice Woister, of Portland, who
lad charge of tho nit department at
the state fair, is in Sulem to attend tiio
Btute. Federation. Mrs. Wei.ster gavo
ft vital and practice.) tulk this afternoon
at tho art conference at the Federation
on "What, Art Mcuns to the State, the
Homo and tho ludividiml." Mrs. Wois
ter is the guest of Mrs. Russell Catlin
during her stnv in Sulem,
Mrs. Moilin Harding has as her
bouse guest this week, Mrs, l.ee Moore
house, of Pendoltcin, the first vice
president of tho State Federation of
Womun 's clubs.
Mrs. A. King Wilson nnd Mrs. .1 nines
Tift, of Portland, me guests of Mrs.
.To. in Diibnin, duriu tlm Stulo Federa
M.r. and Mrs, Montrose M. Kinglor,
whose rocent demonstration of tlin late
dances, at the feto given by the. Fpisco-
pal Guild, will appear in a Dance Re
cital to be given tomorrow evening at
the Moose hall. Professor and Airs.
Kinglcr will demonstrate and give, a
brief instructioi in the new staudard
dances of the season, among which will
be the 1915 One Step, Poinsetta Glide,
National Fox Trot, the Ringler Schot
tische and several other combinations
of the various fancy steps. Following
the general instruction, tne evening
will be devoted to social dancing. Ow
ing to the great popularity of these
recognized firtir-fa in their line, ar
rangements having been made for a
course of dancing lessons to be given
by Professor Kinglcr every Thursday
evening at tho Moose Hal). Tho pa
troness for tho recital tomorrow night
are Mrs. A. N. Buch, Mrs. William C.
Knighton, Mrs. if. B. Thielsen, Mrs.
Chanucey Bishop, Mrs. Asahel Bush,
Mrs. if. K. L. Sterner, -Mrs. Jonn J
Roberts, Mrs. Thomas Kay, Mrs. Mel
vin Plimpton and Mrs. U. G. Shipley.
Mrs. Mark Montgomery, of Junction
City, has been visiting in Salem the
past few days at the home of -Mrs. i
P. Talkington on North Church street
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKlroy and son,
and Mr. and .Mrs. J. b. Hrophy spent
tho week er.d in Corvallis as the guests
of Judge and Mrs. J. C. McFndden.
They attended tho college dance in that
Mrs. John Burris and daughter, Miss
Lois Burris, iiave left for California,
whero they will attend both expositions
and later spend several months visiting
friends and relatives in Los Angeles.
Miss Alheit;i Burris accompanied Mrs.
Burris to Portland, where she will re
main for several weeks as the guest of
A pleasant surprise party 'war given
at the homo of Dr. nnd Mrs'. I). L. Scott,
Mjonday evening in honor of the lat
ter' birthday. One of the surprise
features was a large birthday cake,
centering the table, around which were
placed 24 'burning caudles and a largel
number of vory beautiful presents, I
among which w.is a diamond ring set
on the top of tho cake. The evening!
was spent in playing various games, af
ter which a dainty luncheon wus served.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. W.
O. Meudor, Mr. und Mrs. 1. C. Hunter
and daughter Mncel, Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Perry ami daughter Velum, Mrs. J. M.
Bowen, Mrs. W. Furroy ami daughter
Aneitu, Mr.(. Win. Hcuiiett, Mrs. II. N.
Floy, Mis. Viola Myniitt, Miss Opal
Bowon and Mr. S. V. Mender. At a
Into hour Hie merry makers went to
their various homes after wishing Mrs.
Scott many more such happy events.
Tiio Lit. lies Aid society of llnyes
ville, will give box supper nt the
Iiuywvillo school house Friday, Oc
tober 20. Thu proceeds nro to lie used
by the society for the finishing and
furnishing of the new addition now be
in,? built on tho church. The boxes are
to be sold by the following novel plan:
F.ach lndy bringing a box is to make
a necktie und a bow to match. The
lady is to wear tile bow and place the
necktie in an envelope. Partners will
bo found by inntchir.g neckties and the
bows. A hnjuir will be held in con
nection with the supper. A short pro
gram will bo rendered and other amuse
ments provided suggestive of llol
lowo'eu. A candy booth and a coffee
booth tire, among the things provided
for the enjoyment of those attending.
YOUR BRONCHIAL TUBES
When a cold settles in the bronchial
tubes, with that weakening, tickling
cough, immediate treatment is very
important The breath seems shorter
because of mucous obstructions; usu
ally fever is present, your head jars with
every cough and your chest may ache.
This is no time for experimenting or
delay you must get Scott's Emulsion
at once to drive out the cold which
started the trouble, and it will check
the cough by aiding the healing pro
cess of the enfeebled membranes.
If you have any symptoms of bron
chitis, or even a stubborn cold, always
remember that Scott's Emulsion has
been relieving this trouble for 'forty
years. It is free from alcohol or drugs.
Scott fcBowne.BlooinficW, N.J. 1S-SS
" ER S BOND I CA,r 1ne -
Fay Must Be Indicted Before
Matter Can Be Taken Up
Miss Lucile Barton was most favor
ably received this afternoon at the Fed
eration meeting when she sang " Tia
;ignt, by itotoli. Mie was accompan
ies on the piano by Miss Field and on
tho violin by Miss Joy Turner. Mis
Barton, who ban recently opened a stu
dio in Salem, has already won a promin
ent place in mimical circles of the city
and is in frequent demand for concert'
and recital engagements. Her work is
marked by a keen sympathetic inter
pretation. Miss Bp.rton was a member
of tho state fair ladies'' glee.
Mrs. Jnnifs (,'iiirnock entertained the
Friday Afternoon Thimble club at a
pretty Kensington at her home on Fer
ry street Friday afternoon. Marigolds
and pampas grass formed most attrac
tive decorations for the occasion. Mrs.
John Graber assisted the hostess in
serving. Those present were: Mrs.
Paul Hnuser, Mrs. Lloyd Hauser, Mrs.
A. S. Huweey, Mrs. C. Hunter, Mrs.
Lloyd Stiffler, Mrs. A. A. Graber, Mrs.
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
Hunt, who.t? wedding wa3 an event of
last week, following the bride's arrival
from England, a Iar20 recention will
bo given by tho Business Men's (lass
of tho y. M. C. A. at the Y. M. C. A.
hall tomorrow evening. An excellent
musical progrnm has ben planued and
I'll friends are cordially invited to be
present. The committee in charge aro
Miss Cora T)alkin?toii, J. H. Farrar, Jj
1). Hartwell, It. C. Bishop, Rev. James
F.Ivin, L. H. Compton, O. B. Ginrieh.
ft ft ft
Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore Aronz, who
have been recent visitors in Snlem have
left for Portland, prior to spending the
winter in California.
MrR. Thomas Allen Chinnock, of San
Francisco, ia the guest of Mrs. Jnmcs
Chinnock at her homo on Ferry street.
ft ft I
Mrs. William H. Fear nnd Mrs. Laura
B. Doolittb, of Portland, the the guests
of Mrs. Russel Crtlin for the week.
Mm. L. E Benn nnd her daughter,
Miss Margnrot Bear., and Mrs. Millie
Trumbull nro guests of Mrs. 0. P. Hoff
ar her homo on North Fourteenth stroot
during the State Federation meeting.
Mrs. Baldwin Doolittle, of Portland,
gave nn instructive and comprehensive
pnper tins ntternoon at the art confer
ence of tho State, Federation on "In
terior Decorr.tion of the Homo." There
are very few ns well qualified to talk
uyion this subject aa Mrs. Doolittle and
rho brought it homo to her listeners by
treating it in personal aspect, that is,
tiio influone? of form nnd color in the
home on tho perrons comprising it.
"There is tie luimo discor.l in col
or that there is in music," said, Mm.
New York. Oct 27. Max Breitung,
nephew of Millionaire E. N. Breitung,
appeared here today at the federal
building where he was given prelimin
ary hearing on a charge of participation
in the alleged German consuiracy to
blow up munitions ships.
He was held in $25,000 bail for hit
appearance November 4.
Bail wag furnished by a surety com
pany. John B. Stanchfield represented
Assistant District Attorney Knox was
assigned to conduct the federal grand
THE CASE IS COMPLETE
New York, Oct. 27. With the arrival
today of Max Breitung, relative of the
wealthy E. N. Breitung, to surrender in
the gigantic German bomb conspiracy,
secret service men said their case their
case is complete. Nevertheless they
continued to investigate reports that
enormous sums' had been provided for
the conspirators to purchase explosives,
hire automobiles and motor boats.
The four prisoners already in custody
were held incommunicado in the Tombs
prison following preliminary court ac
tion by the federal officiuls.
Authorities 'were inclined to doubt
the truth of Robert Fay's story that
the plot included n plan to bribe Rus
sian commanders to turn their copper
cargoes into Gorman ports, where they
would receive a big price for them.
MUST INDICT TAT FIRST
Washington, Oct. 27. Grand jury
criminal proceedings against Robert
Fay and his alleged co-conspirntors in
the German bomb plot must be had in
New York before any international
developments occur, state department
officials explained today. For the pres
ent, Attorney General Gregory is inves
tigating and he will report later to the
stnte department the basis for represen
tations to Germany if such are neces
President Wilson personally is show
ing much interest in the plots to cripple
American munitions output. It is under
stood President Gompers of the Amer
ican Federation of Labor, has promised
to furnish him and the attorney gen
oral with further information concern
ing these plots. Meantime Gompers is
withholding his facts from the public,
saying publication would defeat the
That can be made up into stylish outer
garments at a fraction of the cost of
out-of-date ready-to-wear coats.
A few numbers of 56-inch, heavy, All Wool Coat
ings in plaid colorings; regular price f nP
$2.45, reduce'd for quick selling to, ydy l.Oj
Several pieces of 50-inch Check Plaid Coatings,
in red and green combinations; regular
price 2.85; they'll disappear fast,(M jp
at, yard pl45
Extra Heavy Homespun Plaid Coatings, 54
inches wide; these make good, warm, service
able coats, worth every cent of the $9 91
original price $3.65; now yours, ydYt-D
You need no pencil to figure the savings. Consider the
quality and width of these Coatings. Two and one-half
to three and one-half yards is all you need. Look at
those prices again.
Doolittle, "and it has the same dis
turbrng effect.'.',, Mrs. Doolittlo will
ler.ve in a idiort- time for the Orient
and whilo there will study the Eastern
Art with reference to ita assimilation
with Westarii decorr.tion. While there
she will furnish some syndicate let
ters for tin Oiopouian and other
The "Know How"
is the result of long experience and study. For years, expert cooks have
been converting the inner meats of choice Indian Corn into delicious, golden
brown crisps POST TOASTIES.
A constant endeavor to make Toasties better has produced the
which have a NEW flavour and form a true corn flavour and tender crispness
unknown to "corn flakes" of the past.
The new process raises tiny pearl-like "puffs" on each flake a distinguishing
feature; also imparts substantial form the NEW Toasties don't mush down
when cream or milk is added.
They come factory-fresh in wax-sealed packages as crisp and appetizing as
when they leave the ovens and that's mighty good!
New Post Toasties
Your grocer has there now.
Mrs. Bluin Met'ord, of Woodburn, is
ii the city utte:'ding tho meetings of
too Woman's Statu Federation. She is
the guest of Mis. E. Cooke i'atton.
Ilnrvey Wells returned from I'ort-
Innd this morning.
Judgo P. II. D'Arey went to Eugone
this moruinj; to address the district
convention of the Degree of Honor.
Arthur H. Moore is ift Portland today
W. K. Sl'itor, secretary of tho Salem
r.iK louge, is in Aliinny today.
K. A. Khrlich, of Portland, is a visit
or hero to In v with friends.
P. E. Fullertou nnd Arthur Wilson
left yesterday for a hunt in the Alsea
Mrs. .lack Wilson and baby daughter
ieu yesterday tor Saskatchewan to join
Mr. Wilson. She uao been visiting her
parents m tlie city.
Miss l'eirl Smith, of Georme, Idaho
is in tho eitv vbitinn friends.
Mrs. Herthn Hanks of Charlton, Iowa,
is in the -ity for a week 's visit with
Mr. and Mrs, C. T. Pomerov.
,1. C. Mct'ourrv, of Aurora, was a Sa
lem visitor vesterdav.
Mrs. A. Klein and daughter, Miss
r.nienne, lett Inst eveninir on the South
em Pacific lor Southern California,
where they expect to visit for the
j coming yeur. While in Los Angeles,
I they will be the guests of Mrs. Kd
ilillou nnd Mrs. Stanley Morirun. Part
I of the winter will be spent with Mrs.
iveorge sum nil, of Pixley, California
C. C. Hargrove left for Central Cnli
forma a few ifciy.t ao to represent the
'cumining Uigpini? company in tho lunv
ber nu I box departments.
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
tinllns. Or., Oct. 87. Tho annual
Polk county teachers' institute will
convene at tiio hiuh school building ia
this city Wcdn sday moruin it nine
jo ciock. Ahoct lot) meu and women
,'nre expected ta attend the meeting
wmcn will mean that representative
iroiu every district in the county will
be in attend;.nc;. The state luws r
o,uire that the school of the county
le closed during the institute thus giv
iikg the Instructors n oportiiuity to
attend every session. Prominent edu
cators from all parts of the state will
uo in attciu'ance and take part in the
COUNTY FAIR BOARD MEETS.
(Capital Journnl Kelal Service.)
IiiIIhs, Or., Oct. 27. The Polk coun
ly lair aocia:un held a meeting and
"lection of officer at the commercial
club rooms in Dallas. Saturday. W.
L. Soehren was elected president and
Mrs. Winnie lirnden, aecretary for the
cnuig year. Several matters of im
portance wrt Ukejr, up and discussed
tmong the most important being tb
to charge an admission fee to ta
li re fairs. The matter of enclosing the
-rounds with a fertco was alt dealt
with and was left i the hands of a
committee with powr to act.
"SPILLED THE BEANS"!
Expected to Indorse "Prepar-j
edness, ' He Instead Gave i
It a Hard Roast i
Portland, Ore., Oct. 27. The manner '
in which William D. Wheelwright,!
prominent business man and orator par
excellence, spiueu tne Deans' 'ut-the
Security League bunquct last nieht bv
advocating international disarmament
wnen the function was arranged to
call attention to the nation's lament
able unprcparedness for war, was the '
talk of the town today. ,
w hcelwnght eloquently opposed the
preparedness progrnm of tho admlttis- j
tration because "it is unwise and im-'
moral to get the people to prepare for
war ns the only wav of tireventine it
when the theory had been so absolutely
disproved by events in Europe."
vtnen wneelwright had concluded his
address, Chairman Kdward Cookingham
good naturedly remarked that it would
never have been delivered had an ad
vance copy of it been submitted to
However, the advocates of prepared
ness had it their way.
Dr.tJames B. Bullitt, field secretary
of the Navy League, declared that ev
erything within reason should be done
to insure and organue national safety.
After characterizing the soncr "I
Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier,"
as despicable, Oovernor Withycombe
said that preparedness was the nation's
guarantees for a continuance of peace.
One hundred prominent business and
professional men attended the ban
quet. A man Bhould practice economy on
every item that he can, for there will
be enough where his strength of resolu
tion will fail.
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Ir Edwards Olive Tablets are a veg
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The Greatest Work of Edward Eggleston
The Crowning Achievement in the Rural Drama
MAX FIGMAN wins his greatest success as the
Schoolmaster; Lolita Robertson as the Village Belle,
Elmo Lincoln as the Giant Blacksmith.
TOMORROW, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
Matinee and Night.
Added Attractions Popular Prices
J00 "ALWAYS THE BEST PICTUBES"
COURT HOUSE NEWS
An order was issued today bv Judge
Galloway in the case of C. W.Gilliiig
ham against. II. E. Brown in which t'.ie
plaintiff's petition was dismissed and
denied and the order of th'c justice
court held to bo valid and binding und
not in error. It wus tho order of
Judge Galloway that the justico court
will proceed with tho ense us thoug'.i
tho writ of review hnd not been issued.
Judgo Galloway-today granted a do- j
creo of absolute divorce to Grace Vem!
Peterson from William II. Peterson, her:
husband. The couple were married an
this city Jnuunrj 7, 1911. Cruel and in-!
human treatment wno alleged for cause. I
The plaintiff was allowed to resumo her'
nitiden name of Grnco Fugate, Wil
liam 11. Trinule appeared for tho plain-tilf.
A marriage licence hns been issued at
the office of the county clerk to Hay
Vernon Hates, a fanner of Snlem, nndj
Lillian May Iiouhty, also of tnis city.
Mrs. Eva M. Wolfe, who raiJes t
2H9 22nd iitreet in this city, hai hM
a transcript on apiieul in the circuit
court uppealing from the county fowl
to the circuit court in the matter cf
her application for a widow's nen
Tha mutter wimo up for hearing
tombcr 7 befoie the county court iil
the petition was denied on tho ground
that tho petitioner was enijloveil it
homo und was not obliged to seek em
ployment -iwny from heme to (itrit
nor children. Mio ha;; six thildrn
ranging in ago Trom tour year! to li
MOTOR CAE HITS OPEN SWITCH
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Pallas, Or., Oct. M. Tl.e motor lr
of the Salem, Falls City & Wot"'
which leaves Dallas tor KaKs t il'
:(I0 p. m. ran into nn open twitch 1
tiio log dump of the Willcmette aley
Lumber company in this city Moudsy
evening nn.l was quite bcdly 'l""'""1
ns tho result of colliding 'ilh a
lead of logs. Hail the car been t
at a.hight re to of speed r.t the tnn
the' accident it is probable t.iut
of the occupants would have been
ed or bndlv iu.jnred. as it was do m
was hurt. 'The front end of the not"
was badly stove in.
Salem's Educational Directory :
Schools and Colleges
Capital Normal and Industrial School
Term of 12 weeks oponi September 13-15
13th and Wilbur Streets, Salem
Oncm Sentcniber 1 3-15
I Carl O. Donoy. TttaitaU
1 1. H. Van Winkle, Dean of La
Music and Art
Miss Beatrice Bholton
Teacher of Piano.
Studio 345 Marion St. Tbone 1299
mnk E. Churchill, Pianiste.
Pupil of Emil Uebling, Cricago; gradu
ate of Westers Conservatory, Chicago.
Studio Roomi 1-2, Opera liouse Bide.
Ret. Phoae 1671-K.
Mist Ladle Barton
Ttacher of Voice and Theory
Studio Room 404 Hubbard Bldg. Resi
lience 1017 North Twentieth, itreet.
Dan r. Langenberg
Late pupil of F. X. Area.
Studio 314-15-16-17 Hubbard
Liaohiteiky Technie and 0u"i
tern of Improved Moms Wo
William Wallace Graham
Teacher of Violin . Vir,
rnpil of Royal High School, Berlin, Germany, nnder Jo m
teaa, Halir aid Market. Letter! of higheet commendation frets "
Nine and oat half yeart Enropea experience. A ipetWty m
Studio ra SatnrCjyi of mci week at Hotel Mtrlon. ror
float hotel er inquire of Him Mary SchnlU, Assistant, 180