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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JAN. 20, 1916.
S 0 C LET Y 1 JH LIST FOR 1916
MISS HELKN GOLTRA entertain
ed a number of her friends at i
delightful informal party Friday
evening at her homo on Court street.
Kook formed the evening's diver
sion, and live tables were aranged for
Miss Kosamond Gilbert and Lloyd
Haight were awarded the prizes.
Thote bidden besides I'rofcssor Wal
lace MicMurray who was an honor
guest were: Miss Lncile Jaskoski,
MUs Lola Cooley, Miss Rosamond Gil
liert, Misa Kirdeno Slelynney, Miss Ks
ther Cox, Misa Gertrude Cunningham,
Miss Aetna Kminel, Miss Blanche Hak
cr, Miss Ruth 8oor, Miss Mabel Gar
ret, Miss Vesta Miligan, Miss Kannie
Miss Nellie Heaver, Miss Caroline Ster
ling, Miss Olive Mjrk, Miss Litha
l'ackenham, Hay Metcalf, Lloyd
Haight, Krnnk Hnyley, Arlie Walker,
l'carl Miller, Harold Kakin, Maxwell
Ball, Harry Bowers, Read Haum, Lloyd
Shisler, Malcolm Gilbert, Willis Bart
lett, Krsol Proctor, Tinkham Gilbert,
Adolph Spioss, Floyd Lee, Fred Otto,
Roger Lyon and Harold Tobie.
The ludieR of tiio West Central Cir
cle held their regular monthly meeting
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. L. If. t'ompton on Union street.
A brief business session was fol
lowed by an enjoyable social afternoon
and delightful refreshments.
The hostess was assisted in the serv
ing by her aister, Mrs. Witham,
Miss CbarieHy iRurlesoiJ and Miss
Ruth Hollister were hostesses for a guy
wasting party on Wednesday evening.
Later toe party, which was composed
(if about fourteen girls nnd men en
joyed a supper .it the home of Miss
On Friday, January the twenty-first,
the Salem Cherriani will appear in full
dress at the Commercial elub rooms at
eleven a. m. to paride in behalf of the
letter writing campaign.
A J'athe Weekly man will secure pic
tures of the organization.
Saturday evening the seniors of the
Willamette university enjoyed a leap
yeir party at the homo of Miss Eva
lloiiue on Court street.
(lames formed the evening merri
ment, followed by delicious refresh
ments which were carried out iu the
Tho hostess was assisted bv Miss
Caused' by Disease of tho Kidney,
The close connection which exist
fcetwenn the heart and the kidncyu it
weir known nowaday. As soon as
kidneys are diseased, arterial tension ia
increased and the heart (unction are
Attacked. When the kidneys no longer
jxwr forth waste, uremic poisoning
occurs and the person dies, and the
cause is often given as heart disease, or
oisease of brain or lungs.
It is a good insurance against such a
tisk lo eend 10 cents for a sample
package of "Anurio" the latest dis
covery of Dr. Fierce. Also send
ample of your water. , This will be
examined without charge by expert
ehemitts at Dr. 1'ierce'l Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y. When you suffer from
fcarkaohe, frequent or scanty urine,
rheumatic, pain here or there, or that
constant tired, worn-out feeling, it'
time to write Dr. Tierce, describe your
symptoms and get hi medical opinion
'without charge- absolutely free. This
Anurio of Doctor Fierce' is found
lo bo 87 time more active tiian lithia,
lor it dissolves urio ncid in the system
M hot water does sugar.
(iimply aek for Dr. Fierce' Anuria
Tablet. There can be no imitation.
Every package of w Anurio" ia sure to 1
be Dr. Fierce 'a. You will find the siena- '
tore on the package just a you do on
Dr. Pierce' Uokleu Medical Discovery
lor blood aud stomach,
Kidney Disease la suspeo.tod by medical
men when patients complain of Wckooho
or snller with Irregular urlnutlon, dis
turbed, too froquunt, scanty or painful
jm-watfo. Tho general symptoms orurhnu
tnatio pains or neuralgia, headaches,
dir.r spells. Irritability, depondency,
weakness and general misery. Worry
is frequent cause and sometimes a
symptom of kidney disease. Thousand
tiava tHStlliml to Immediate relief from
thcao symptoms after Using Dr. l'lorjo'l
Scholls Foot Appliances
Recommended by One and Condemned by the Other
Now is your chance to find out foi yourself, come to Fullerton's, 270 North
Commercial Street, Friday and Saturday of this week and let this noted Foot
Specialist examine your foot and show you beyond a doubt that the Scholls
Foot Appliances are by far the best on the market.
This noted specialist, Mr. Mok, is direct from the Scholl Mfg. Co.'s booth at
the San Diego fair, where he came in touch with thousands of foot sufferers
and gave them instant and permanent relief. Why let an ordinary shoe clerk
talk you into buying an inferior support when you can get practical advice
from this noted specialist, Free.
We guarantee these appliances and will gladly refund your money if you
are not satisfied. We are very fortunate in being able to secure this Special
ist from the Scholl Mfg. Co., as only the most reliable store in any city is
afforded this demonstration.
Come and have your feet examined January 21 and 22, Free.
FllllertOIl'S 270 North ConlS t
ValeJa Iloxie, Miss Genevieve Avison
and Misa Elmo Ohliug.
Complimenting Miss Esther Taylor
on the occasion of her birth day, Miss
Cirey Cooksey entertnined a group of
friends at a delightful informal chaf
ing dish on Wednesday evening.
A number of girls and men, who are
attending the Willamette University,
formed a collating party Thursday
Those participating? in the evening s
gnyeties were: Miss Rosamond Gil
Cert Miss Gertrude Ciuiningh.ini, Misa
Laura Ross, Lloyd Haight, Maxwell
Bull and Lloyd Shisler.
Wednesday evening a bevy of young
people enjoyed a merry social evening
at the Methodist church parlors.
The guests included five of the Sun
day school elasr.es, for which Mrs. R.
R. Jones, Mrs. W. C. Faulkner, Mrs.
M. 1). Parounagun, Mrs. A. K. Hunt,
and Mrs. B. F. West were the hos
tesses. Various games formed the evening's
entertainment, followed by a dainty
Tho members of the Kpworth League
participated in a jolly sleighing party,
ifter their business meeting, on Tues
day evening, which was held in the
Jason Leo Memorial church parlors.
Miss Maude Armstrong and Frnnk
I), Martin were married on Thursday
noon it tue home of the bride s pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Armstrong, on
the (juinaby road.
The Reverend James Klvin of Uie
Congregational church officiated.
Following the ceremony there was a
Only the members of the fumilics at
tended the ceremony.
The bride is an only child of Mr.
and Mrs. Armstrong whilo the groom
enmo to Oregon hut last spring from
Giant county, Wisconsin.
Among those present it the wedding
were: Sfr. and Mrs. E. L. Hill, Miss
Marvel Hill nnd Lyman Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Mnrtin will make their
home on a ranch four miles east of Sa
lem. 'r- sf 3f l p- sf sj r H 'I6 K
A. A. Oeer of Macleav is registered
at the Bligh.
Fred Cuvender, of Silvertou, was in
the city vesterduy.
W. T. Bechtel of Woodbuin is a
Salem visitor today.
Miss Hazel Scott went to Silverton
today on profession .tl business.
Mr. Graham, a druggist of Independ
ence, is transacting business in the
William Albiecht of Milk River, Al
berta, was in tho city yesterday "
K. C. Quinn, manager of the Salem
('alining coinp.iny, returned yesterday
from a brief trip to Han Francisco.
C. L. Davis, formerly in business
here, but now of Han Jose, Cat., is in
tho city. He will leave this evening
Mrs. ,L W. La Bare returned last
evening from Lyons, Oregon, where she
atendcsl the funeral of her brother,
Albeit Mnriss. Her (laughter, Mrs. A.
II. Barker accompanied her.
GIRL BURNED TO DEATH.
Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 20. Death in
the flnmes which completely destroyed
the residence of her father, Rev. J. A.
Dow, was the fate of l.'t year old Helen
Dow at 2:00 o'clock this morning lit
ftnderby, B. C, whilo her parents and
her brother Dnuglus, are in a hospital
after sustaining terrible burns before
making a dramatic leap from an upper
floor window to the snow below.
The Dow home was a large structure
and was consumed rapidly.
OPIUM CAUSES REVOLUTION.
Washington, Jan. 20. Chinese opium
poppy growers, whose business will soon
tie destroyed, were accused by Wnng S,
Young, a Shanghai editor here, with re
sponsibility for several revolutionary
outbreaks In Chinn. Next year, he raid,
will see au end to the opium traffic.
loot and snow you beyond
Marion County Citizens Who
Are Subject to Jury Dur
ing Coming Year
The Marion county court his selected
the list of prospective jurymen for
the coming year and the following are
subject to jury duty. The full list for
the conty has been chosen and contains
about 350 names.
Tho following is the list for the Sa
Salem, No. . J. Wayne, contractor;
H. S. Bosshart, printer; L. A. Byrd,
merchant; E. I Cutter, conductor; L.
A. DiVis farmer; Wm. Frost, carpen
ter; E. T. Malvin, farmer; A. C. Giles,
carpenter; H. W. Hatch, farmer; John
Salem No. 2. Casper Anderegg, re
tired; Russell Catlin, merchant; Curtis
B. Cross, merchant; J). W. hyre, bank
er; August Kerrberger, contractor; A.
I. Eol'f, garage owner; Rilph Glover,
bookkeeper; Joseph Lebold, merchant;
1". G. Shipley, merchant; W. II. Steus
Salem No. 3. G. W. Lucas, laborer;
C. T. Doty, me rchant; Elmer C. Giles,
candymaker; T. J. .Kress, mecnamc;
W. H. Loose, carpe nter; J. F. Mollcn
cop, carpenter; Vernou F. Kelley,
Salem No. 4. G. V. Standish, re
tired; E. S. Hiullong, retired; J. Frank
Dunlap, laborer; W. C. Fmlkner, en
gineer; E. E. Gilhnin, livervman; Frank
Mapes, plumber; M. W. iiaynard, car
penter; I'. W. Reyetts, stock buyer.
Salem Xo. S. G. V. Hoggs, real es
tate; D. F. Brunner, clerk; Richard
Carlson, librarian; Cummjngs, real es
tate; Thomas Maplethorpe, shoe
maker. Snlem No. 6. D. Clifford, mechanic;
('. W. Uillinguani, painter; W. M. Sicg
muud, blacksmith; E. E. Tauuer, team
ster. Salem No. 7. F. A. English, farmer;
Anthony Gregson, firmer; Levi Mc
Cracken, housemover; 11. V. Doe, mer
chant; Albert Fleming, gardner; Con
rad Dillinan, retired; T. C. (Josser,
Salem No. 8. W. W. Hill, butcher;
A. A. Gueffroy, bookkeeper; Adam
Korb, carpenter; C. M. Roberts mer
chant; Chris I'aulus, retired.
Salem No. 9 Fred S. Bynon, capital
ist; J. D. l'arber, f irmer', J. M. Eskew,
carpenter: Henry Scholl, retired;
Charles Vick, garage; Paul Tiaglio,
Salem Xn. 10. Samuel Adolph, mer
chant; J. II. Dunlap, laborer; H. C.
Epley, dentist; 8. S. East, banker; R.
N. hoover, retired; C. If. Evans, fir
mer. Salem No. 11. D. W. Smith, retired;
S, F. Anderson, garage; R. 1 Boise,
capitalist; J. H. Ahlcrs, banker; Jos
eph H. Albert, banker; E. T. liarnes,
merchant; (!. I). Burdjck, stockman; M.
(). Buren, merchant; J. C. Clearwater,
Salem No. 12. T. 0. Albort, mer
chant; A. J. Basey, retired; John
Hoyce, gardner; C. W. Einmett, stock
man; Georgo K. Bryant, miller; A. M.
Dulrjvmple, retired; F. A. Erixon, con
tractor; I). .1. Fry, drugigst; E. W.
Salem Xo. 1.1. W. B. Hardy tenin
ster; Karl Xeugebuuer, jeweler; Henry
Salem No. 14 L. H. Barnctt,
grocer; J. T. Cooper, salesman; 1. C.
Beers, drngistj 1). I). Clnrseline, farmer;
W. B. White, teamster; Fred A. IVince,
Salem No. 1.1. Joseph Adolph, mer
chant; T. J, Cheshire, merchant; R. B.
Duncan, retired; Ira Jurgensen, black
smith; T. B. Jones, farmer; E. L. Kap
I'b aim. traitsferman; H. 11. Lucas, sales
man; 8. A. MeCall, retired; D. D. Olm
Salem Xo. ' lit. R. C, Bishop, mer
chant; T. J. Croiiise, photographer; Ot
to Hanson, planing mill; C. 8. Hamil
ton, fruit grower; E. M. La Force, re
tired. Salem No. 17. J. J. Aekernian,
teamster; L. I'. Aldrich, bink eleik; A.
Dane, merchant; O. Jreton, farmer;
(leorge M. Elgin, garage; Leslie Hun
ter, clerk; Frank M. Brown, mechanic;
11. L. Clark, printer.
Salem No. IM. (leorge Grnbenhnrst,
real estate; Win. Amslnr, dairyman;
L. W. Acheson, contractor; T. 8. (Jol
den, guard: F. A. Mclntire, carpenter;
James McGilckrist, restaurant; A. A.
Sicwert, contractor; Jacob Schindler,
Poperty Valued At $60,000
Divided Among Children
and Grand Children
The last will and testament of Mrs.
Mary A. Karap, who died at her home
in this city January 15, lOIii, was filed
for record in the county clerk's office
Tuesday, January IS. The will was
drawn by Carey F. .ifartin and is wit
nessed by Ivan G. Martin and Carey
F. ilartiu. Disposition is made of an
estate valued at ti0,0W. The will is
dated September 211,1915.
B. F. Ramp, the only living son, Is
appointed executor and is not required
to give bond. In case of the the death
of B. F. Ramp or inability to act as
executor, Vernon Ramp and Howard
Ramp, grandsons, are to act as execu
tors and are not required to give bond.
The first paragraph of the will is as
follows: "I, Mary A. Ramp, a widow,
aged about 88 years, and a resident of
Salem, Marion county, Oregon, believ
ing myself to be of sound and disposing
mind aud memory, do make, publish and
declare this to be my last will and test
ament, hereby revoking uli wills' here
tofore made by me."
Should any of the children, grand
children or great grand children con
test the will, they are cut off with the
sum of $5 and whatever has been de
vised them, shall be cancelled and their
share divided among the other lega
tees. B. F. Ramp, having received advan
ces amounting to $15,000 and 25 acres
of land in Marion county is considered
in the will as having hail his portion
of the estate and no further amount is
The three grandsons, George, Alex
ander Ramp, Samuel Malcolm Ramp and
Walter Howard Ramp, sons of George
Ramp, deceased, having already receiv
ed 210 acres of the Harvey Smith Do
nation land claim, are considered to
have received their proportionate share.
In another section, the will provides
that the executors sell nil real property
owned at the) time of her death and
that the proceeds of tho sale, together
with the residue of all personally pro
perty, Bhall be distributed into three
parts, the three sons or George Ramp
to receive one third
B. F. Ramp is to receive one third of
the sale of all real property and residue
of all personal property and Mrs. Emma
Hturgis ono third. B. F. Ramp, Mrs.
Kinma Sturgis and tho three sons of
Georgo Rump are constituted the sole
The threo grandchildren, Charles E.
Rump, Mrs. May Muellhaupt aud
Gladys Irene Damp, children of her sou
S. D. Ramp, deceased, received no share
of the estate, aa they are considered to
havo already received their proportion
ate share. Charles K. Ramp is given n
special bequest of J1000, from which
is. to be deducted an amount already
advanced, estimnted at $500.
The will further directs that her daur
ghter, Sarah I,. Hulen shall receive no
other property of share of the estate,
as she had already received an advance
of about $3,000, and 305 acres of land
in Marion county, known n tho Mc
Kinney farm and about 150 acres,
known as the Scbmitke farm. All notes
held by the testator against Sarnh L.
Huleu,thn executors were to cancel, the.
amount so represented to be regnrded as
Having already conveyed to her
daughter Mrs. Kmmn Sturgis about 200
acres of land in Marion county and a
part of block 88 in the city of Sulem,
no bequests were made, as these were
regarded as a proportionate share of the
The fallowing grandchildren were de
vised $1000 each: Charles l.ytle, Eddie
I.ytlo, Andy l.ytle and William l.ytle,
and Archie l.ytle. The three children
of George l.ytle, deceased, were beque
athed if'.WO each, and their mother, Mi's.
Ella l.ytle, $100.
A bequest of $1000 each was made to
her grandson, Charles E. Rump.
Hoy Sturgis, .Mrs. Myrtle Byerly.
Charles Sturgis, Monroe Sturgis nnd
Ralph Sturgis were each devised the
sum of $1,000. Vernon Ramp, Floyd
Ramp and Willard Rnmp receive $1000
each. To her grandchild. I. inn Rump,
she bequeaths $1110. The foregoing lc
legacies to her grandchildren aro to be
paid by the executor as soon as con
venient, but from each legucy tho exe
cutor is to deduct, certuin sums ad
vanced to each, as evidenced by promis
sory notes. The grandchildren not
named have either received their share
of the property or are othenviic pro
A special trust fund of $1000 is pro
vided for her grandson Rollie. Ramp.
The executors are instructed to invest
the sum at interest for liiin, to be paid
to him when he can prove to the satis
faction of the executors that he has re
fiuined absolutely from the use, of In
toxicating liquors for a period of IS
mouths. In case of failure to comply
with tho conditions, tho trust fund is to
descend to ti is son I.lnn Rnmp.
Section 0 of the will is as follows:
"I hereby further devise and be
queath unto my executors hereinafter
named, ns a special trust fund, the sum
of eighteen hundred dollars. ($IK00.00.)
to be held by him to be invested at
Interest, or otherwise kept as his judg
ment mny seem proper, to be used in
the payment of speciul bequests, to my
great grandsons who may be living at
the time of my death, and who shall
comply with the following conditions,
to-wltt To each gient grandson living
at the time of aiy death, who shall ar
rive at the age' of twenty-five (25)
years without having contracted either
the habit of using intoxicating liquors,
tobacco or morphine. In any form the
sum of one aundred dollars ($100); that
ii to say, the great grandson-applying
Phont 67 tor your fresh
Roasted Coffee, Tea,
Cocoa and Chocolate!
Special Reduced Prices on
Everything in the Store
The bad weather has considerably delayed the remodeling of our new store at
416 State street, next to Salem Bank of Commerce and we will not be able to
move to the new location until about February 1. In the meantime, at the old
store, we are offering rare bargains that must be seen to be appreciated.
115 N. Liberty
for this bequest shall be a total abstain
er from tobacco, intoxicating liquors,
morphine, and shall produce evidence
of that fact sufficient to the satis
faction of my said executor. The resi
due of said fund remaining unclaimed,
when tho youngest of my said great
grandsons living at the time of my
death, shall attain the ago of 25 years,
shall be distributed to my residuary
legatees, hereinafter named."
NOODLES CAUSE WORRY.
Seattle, Wash., Jun. 20 How to
regulate Chinese noodle houses that
have become the gathering place of
cafe women, since the dry law went in
to effect, is perplexing the license com
mittee of the city council. The com
mittee is considering a high license, but
fears the effect of sueh legislation on
other all night restaurants.
ULTIMATUM FOR GREECE.
Rotterdam, Jan. 20. The allies ulti
matum to Greece, demanding that pass
ports be handed to the cential powers'
representatives, was delivered in Ath
ens Monday and expired yesterday, ac
cording to the Sofia correspondent of
the Vossiche Zeitung today. This mes
sage said King Constantino's reply is
SNOW TAMES COYOTTES.
Ontario, Cab, Jan. 20. Coyotles,
driven in from the hills by severe
rains, roamed thrnugn tho outskirts of
Ontario today. They were cowed by
fear, and quite tame, l'oultrymen,
however, guarded their ranches close-
EXPRESS CHARGES TOO HIGH
Washington, Jan. 20. The interstate
commerce commission today awarded
damages against the American Express
company and others for unreasonable
charges on fresh fish shinped from
Cetilo, Oregon, to New York,
DON'T LIKE HIGGINS.
Washington, Jan. 20. American Con-!
sul Higgins nt Stuttgart, Germany, is
persona nou grata with the German I
government, the state department learn- j
ed informally today. He will leuve his
post within a month. The German press
recently charged he was pro-ally.
If you don't writo any letters the
neighbors will think you haven't uns
There aro five quarts of blood in the
i .nn n.....:.nii ,i.:u l.n
lost ociore ucuiu is liicviiuuiu.
The London Daily Mail says Biit
ain's blncnde of Germany is a sham.
(That's just what the United States i
Did It Ever Happen
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REMEMBER OUR OFFER OF 25 MUSIC LESSONS GO WITH EACH
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Goods Selling at Cost
We make up Kimonas, Wrappers, House Dresses and Underwear.
Gents' and Ladies' Furnishing Goods, Mattings, Blankets, Comfoiters,
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