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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY, JAN. 28, 1916.
O OCIAL affairs next week will beiry Koss gave a jretty shower on Thtirs-
held in abcvaiue if tlic snow eon- dav evening at her home oil 17 Hu h
held ill abcvaiue if t lie snow con
tinues, and tho ruleutlar will be
filled to overflowing; with exhilarating
coasting ami sleighing parties.
The oUler folks as well as tho young
er contingent are eiithusiists of this
sport, which is a joyous diversion, and
heaps of good fun.
At tho annual election of directors
of the Y'oung Women Christian asso
riation. held at the headquarters Wed
nesdav. Mrs. Daniel J. Fry anil Miss
Veda Cross were the newly 'elected di
rectors. The lijies re-elected to office, were:
Mrs. Y. A. Klliott, Mrs. George U.
Urown, Mrs. J. (). (ioltra, Mrs. CI. C.
lVwtherer. Miss Nina Mc.N'ary and
Miss Oda Chapman.
Mrs. Frank Npenrs entertained a
group of young matrons nt a chirm
ing luncheon and sewing Wednesday.
Mrs. Cbauiiccy Bishop and Mrs. C. IX
(iabrielson went to Portland, this
morning. They will return tonight.
Wednesday afternoon the general
ladiex aril society of the Methodist
church held a meeting in the church
A delightful social afternoon wis
preceded by a brief business session
at which the members arranged for
n nlaboruto George Washington din
ner to bo given in the church on Tues
day. February the twenty-second from
six to eight o'clock.
Tho personnel of the commit tees in
rhargo of the affair are is follows:
Menu, Mrs. Kathcrmc Brown, Mrs. See
ly, Mrs. Kinley and Mrs. 1'iih.c; decora
tions, Mrs. II. G. Hover, Mrs. Frederic
Zimmerman, Mrs. Hrlggs and Mrs.
Frank Meyers; soliciting, Mrs. Fisher,
Mrs. Arthur lioeschen, Mis. Nicklin
find Mrs. Sorrell; ticket, Mrs. li. Van
Winkie and Miss Kmma Kodgors; ad
vertising, Mrs. J. A. Mills.
Honoring her mother, Mrs. W. A.
Hones, on the occasion of her fifty
eighth birtndiy, Mis. A. .1. llouek, en
tertained t her home on Market street
An en.)oyablc programme was follow-
cil by a dainty lunch.
Those bidden besides the honor:
giiests were: Mrs. A. L. Bones, Mrs.
M. Kiandifer, of Kruitland; Mrs. ,T. ('.
Hchaupp, Mrs. W. W. Faulkner, Mrs.
N. ). Hales, Mrs. II. B. Dorks, Mrs.
W. M. Kmilh, Mrs. Ti. Kriesel, Mrs.
John Brewer, Mrs. ('. Mundinger, Mrs.
Carrie Ciune, Mrs. ('. (ireeiifcnther,
Miss Clara Guerne, Miss Nettie Ilouck, '
Miss liur.ol Bones, nnd
Wood, of 1 umer.
As a pie-nuptial attention to Miss
Elizabeth Hill, who will soon become
the bride of Miles Fdwards, Mrs. liar-
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Read What a Prominent Business
Man Here Said Yesterday
A HOMELESS BABY' .
This beautiful Chickcring Baby Grand Piano is included in the forced
sale of the Valley Music House stock cf line Pianos. It is without doubt
one of the finest Grand Pianos ever shipped to Marion county. The
Chickering is the oldest in America, best in the world, and it would be
impossible to secure at any price a better piano than this. We will save
someone about $-100 on this Grand and will give two or three years time
if necessary to pay for it.
AS A PROMINENT BUSINESS MAN HERE SAID YESTERDAY:
"It ought to be an easy matter to dispose of all the pianos you have at
the prices they are marked."
Seeing is believing. A visit to the store will convince you. For $175
you can select a fine $325 piano on $(5.00 per month payments. There are
others still cheaper and if you are in the market for a fine player-piano
you can now buy one and not feel the cost. Every instrument guaran
teed by the manufacturer and by Eilers Music House, and easy terms,
like rent, are offered on each one. Only a few days of it. Store open
J. C. GALLAGHER
General Agent for Eilers Music House and the Manufacturers.
264 COMMERCIAL STREET
The deoarations were in keeping
with the occasion; a profusion of
hearts and kewpies being used.
A jolly diversion of the evening
was a mock wedding.
Mrs. Dena Dennis acted as the bride
and Miss Cecil Bohannnn was the
groom. Miss Marie Martin was the
ring be.irer and Miss Virginia Xow
len Tend the ring ceremony from a
book of Eugenics.
Later a dainty collation was served.
Those bidden besides the honnre
were: Mrs. Lena Bilveu, Mrs. Dena
Denison, Miss Hula Hill, Miss Marie
Martin, Miss Cecil ISohnnoii, Miss Kliz
nbeth Hill, M'iss I'rudetice Urn n k and
Miss Virgina N'owlen.
The newly orguiied Round Dozen
club'' held its second meeting at the
home of Mrs. T. L. Davidson.
The meeting was called to order by
the president, Mrs. L. W. J'otter.
After a short business session, the
hostess served dainty refreshments.
Those present were: Mrs. F. K.
(iearhart, Mrs. P. K. Mull, Mis. M.
Rupert, Mrs. A. L. Set., Mrs. L. W.
Potter, Mrs. George Seiiopiiert, Mrs.
(Jill, Miss Mabel Ituport, Miss Laura
One of the jolliest events of the
week was the miisiuirailc d Dicing
party, given by the La Area club Wed
nesday evening nt the Moose hall.
Miss Kmma GoJfrey who appeared
as George Washington, was awarded
the first prize. Miss Grace Kniery cap
tured the second, for the most elnli-or-
ate dress and Mrs. Leona Peterson and
Ivan Martin won tiie prizes for the
Tie second of tho series of parties
to be given by the Li An a club will be
on February the twenty-third.
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.T. B. Brown is in the city, from Ger-
B. F. Hwnpp, of Independence, is in
Miss Mabel Thorp is in the city, from
J. A. I.angfonl, of this city, was reg
istered at the Knton hotel, Portland,
Miss Clara Albert went to Portland
yesterday for a short nit with rela
fives anil friends
Mr. and Mrs. J f. Johnson, of this
city, were registered at the Knlon ho
tel. Portland, yesterday.
Miss Georginna Smeilley, of Port
land, is in the city, the guest of Mrs.
Walter L. Kpatilding.
Carried Safely Through Change
of Life by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Nashville, Tenn. "When I was going
through the Change of Life I had a tu
mor as large as a
child's head. The
doctor said it was
three years coming
and gave me medi
cine for it until I
was called away
from the city for
some time. Of
course I could not
go to him then, so
my sister-in-law told
one that she thought
Lydia. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound would cure it. It helped both
the Change of Life and the tumor and
when I got home I did not need flic doctor.
I took the Pinkham remedies until the
tumor was gone, the doctor said, and I
have not felt it since. I tell every one
how I was cured. If this letter will
help others you are welcome to use it."
Mrs. E. H. Bean, 625 Joseph Avenue,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, a pure remedy containing the
extractive properties of good old fash
ioned roots and herbs, meets the needs
of woman's system at this critical period
of her life. Try itC"
If there is any symptom in your
case which puzzles you, write to
the T.ydla E. Pinkhara Medicine
Co., Lynn, Mass.;
Miss Blanche Miller, of Oregon City,
is a week-end guest at the home of
Walter I,. Upaulding.
J. H. Helruau, an attorney of Sho
shone, Idaho, wan in tho city .yesterday,
a guest at the home of E. T. Spnulding.
.T. K. .Scott, of the real estate firm
of Scott & Bytion, will go to Portland
tomorrow morning on real estate busi
ness. BAD COASTING ACCIDENT
South Bend. Wash., .Ian. 2S. Miss
Knima Smith is in a hospital with her
right leg broken above the knee; Miss
Cleta, Dowers may lose the sight of her
lett eye and Norniau linker, fire cnief,
has a b.idly wrenched knee ns tho re
sult of a coasting accident late last
.lohu Beehtler was steering a big
sleigh enrrving a dozen persons, when
a dog gut in the path, wrecking the
leigii and hurtling the occupants over
an embankment. The nther eo.istcrs
were more or less in jured.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Tako LAXATIVH BROMO QUININE
Tablets. Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. K. W. GROVE'S signa
ture is on each box. 25c.
Says President Has Heard
From Biased Sources and
Should Be Frank
Miama, Fla., Jan. 2S. As a bon voy
ige message on the eve of President
Wilson's departure on his middle west
ern preparedness stumping tour, form
er Secretary of State Bryan today is
sued a statement challenging him to
outline his reasons for urging prepared
ness. He did not, however, hint at
what his own future plans are, with re
spect to the administration program.
"I cordially commend the presi
dent's plan to lay before the voters his
reasons for asking further prepared
ness," said tho statement. "The peo
ple are entitled to all the light possible
in order that they may intelligently
advise the public servants iu congress.
They have he.ud from the manufactur
ers of munitions to whom preparedness
is sort of an "outdoor relief"; they
have heard from the big corporations
which want a large army to overawe
their employes; they also have heard
from army and n.ivy experts , who,
magnifying their calling, plan to meet
every imaginable danger.
"Having heard fully from all these
biased sources, the public will appre
ciate n statement from the president
setting forth tho reasons that have led
him to urge so radical a departure from
the historic policy of his party and the
traditions of te nation.
"Tho sum which the president asks
for the army and navy would absorb
most the entire income of all Ameri
can farmers, and the scheme would
work a complete revolution in ideals,
governmental methods, and' the charac
ter of the influence we will exert on
COURT HOUSE NEWS
The case of J. G. W'oortard against th
Willamette Valley Irrigated Land com
pany was continurd in department No. 1
of the circuit court yesterday until the
next term of court. This was an action
to set aside a land contract.
The case of Harvey Kellogg against
Frank M. Ford went out on a voluntary
nonsuit upon motion of the plaintiff
in Judge Kelly's court this morning
and Attorney Walter AVinslow an
nounces that he will bring another ac
tion in the matter. This case was tried
in department No. 2 of the circuit
court and at that time the plaintiff was
given a judgment against the defendant
F. M. Ford in the sum of if:ifi0 with
$2ti.45 costs.' Mr. Ford appealed from
this decision to tho circuit court where
the case was reversed and remanded
for retrial and the respondent Harvey
Kellogg was assessed with costs of .fit
in the supreme court. Attorney John
A. Carson and M. E. Pogue represented
A suit to quiet title to lots -I, 5 and
0 in block I Riverside addition was
filed in the circuit court yesterday by
John H. Albert against Squire Farrar
and all others claiming any interest in
the property in question.
Lillian E. Bowi-n lias Tvronght suit
in the circuit court against J. H. J.nu
tennaii and wife to collect $t!00 alleged
due for services rendered the defend
ants. In addition to a judgment for
.i00 the plaintiff seeks to recover $5U
ft. AV. Skiles has brought suit in the
circuit court against .J. 'J. Jones to col
lect $200 alleged due on an assigned
promissory note. The plaintiff seeks
judgment in this sum with interest and
tin attorney's fees. McXary & Mc
Xary represent the plaintiff.
The selection of a jur- in the case
"l ine state ot uregon against .lames
....,., r.,m .-Mvonoiin. ciiarged
with assault and batterv becan this'
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.v.. u.iiii i, it noti-Miii in i no
..i- si i uir uniay. ine iswonomis, w:i
live at Chemawa are charged in the in
dictment with assaulting Olive Skin-!
A demurrer to the indictment in the
case of the state against Rex Turner
and Clove Simpkius, c Surged with lar
ceny of public moneys, will be argued
in Judge Kelly's court tomorrow. The
demurrer is on the grounds thnt the in
dictment does not state facts sufficient.
io constitute a crime.
The case of the state Bciin r.
Tracy, charged with selling a comniod-
it at a greater measure thin its true
measure was continued todnv for a
week and will be tried next Friday in
department No. 1 of the circuit court.
Tracy is ciiarged with selling n short
cord of wood.
The case of the state rtgtinst Bud
Steutsinan, charted with assault, wns'"."" 111 hls t, "l"1' across his
dismissed in the ..ii-enit ..nni-t tn.ia,-
on the motion .lUt-L.t 1
lllliin th.i t,..mt,.l. .1... .)...-
has been sufficiently punished and his!
bail was ordered released. -
An inventory lu.l nmirninenienf in j
the matter f,L, t " . ' . '
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to consist of moitgages to the value of
Tl )". 'sn 1,3,1, and real estate val
ued at l,000 r a total of U.-4S7. T.
A. Kineh.irt, Flora L. Newman and Guy
ASK FOR and GET
Chaap sobetitatH cost YOU Mm price.
95-Mile-An-Hour Gale m
i Sweeps California!
(Continued From Page One.)
many orange trees in sonic sections of
KeJIamls md Sim Bernardino were!
without light and power today. Red-'
lands suffered considerable damage as
the result of the wind and there is al
so two feet of water in some of the
Railrod and internrban traffic in all
directions is paralyzed.
dales swept the San Fernando valley.
The brick front of the chamber of com
merce building nt Lancaster caved in
during the storm and several houses
Reports that 300 derricks were
wrecked by the wind last night in the
Kern county oil fields could not be
confirmed. The damage in- this field
is said to have exceeded "00,000. It
is impossible to get an accurate esti
mate of the total damage iu southern
Sunshine Follows Storm. ,
Sacramento, Cal., Jan. 23. Bright j
sunshine today broke forth over the;
Sacramento valley, following yester-j
day's storm of snow' and rain. Clear-1
ing weather is also reported in the Si-1
errs, mountain section and trains are1
running nearly on schedule time.
The Southern Pacific crews were I
fighting snow all night. The snowfall!
yesterday was exceptionally heavy and
was drifted by a strong wind. As a Tc-j
suit there are, this morning IS1;, feet!
of snow at the summit of the Sierras
more than there has been in many
The storm did no great damage in
northern California. For a time yes
terday a flood of streams in the Kac
ramento watershed was feared but
clearing weather last night and today
removed all danger.
Santa Monica, Cal., Jan 28. Terrific
seas today knocked away portions of
the Maier pier and long wharf, drove
three boats ashore at the Japanese fish
ing village, and littered the beach with
The vessels driven ashore were anch
ored off the village. One was a large
launch, the othors motor boats. They
were badly damaged.
Japanese fishermen and their families
fled in panic from their dwellings along
Gale Wrecks Wharf.
AVatsonville. Cal., Jan. rS. A terrific
gale early today wrecked the wharf at
Moss Landing. An inch of snow fell
Snow Storm at Redding.
Bedding, Cal., Jan. 28. A blinding j
snowstorm struck this city at noon and
swept along to the north. A heavy gale
tore through Sisson rriH siirrounilini I
town? all night. j
Hurricane at Santa Rosa.
fNinta Kosa. Cal., Jan. SR. Half an,
inch of snow fell in Santa Rosa today..
The hurricane which swept tho city!
yesterday has subsided.
Mixture at Palo Alto.
l'alo Alto, cal., Jan. L'U, Mail, snow,
sleet, rain and bright sunshine consti
tuted a 10 minute weather record here
today. Snow abundantly covered the
Wind Killod, Brakeman. j
Pan Bernardino, Cal., Jan. 28. Kd- j
ward V. C'unard, a Snntn Fe brakeniau,
was blown off a freight train here by!
the high wind during the night and I
landed on his head, receiving injuries !
which may prove fatal. This is the only I
casualty so far reported as the result of j
the storm in southern California. i
AVater rushing down a canyon near
Loma Linda has wrecked all the bridges !
and inundated "0 houses. The Loma j
Linda Southern Pacific depot was also
Basements All Ploodod.
Long Beach. Cal., Jan. 28. Down
town basements are flooded today.
Streams of silt are entering the harbor
here ns the result of the high waters.
The Long Benctli fertilizer plant has
fallen into the bay.
Gale Today t Rivirtide.
Riverside, Cai., Jan. 1!8. A seventy
mile gale swept Riverside early today.
mown over during tho storm
; block the streets in many section
enth street U criss-crossed
I 'men unci wire enrnng lenient a. ."several
..fir.-! nun in i-iiiiiiiKii-iiu'liis. revc
bungalow roofs have been caved in.
West Riverside is marooned bv hi
Governor Hiram Johnson and
his party, who were marooned vcterdav
I l Cit I I IC
Shade Trees Blown Down.
Bonunm, Cal., Jan. SR. Four hundred
of tho city's best shade trees lie in
the streets today as a result of Inst
night's windstorm. Telegraph poles are
down, and ninny wires snapped by trees
tumbling across them.
Monroe Doctrine Forces
America To Be Prepared
(Continued From I'ago Ono.)
day prepared to leave again tonight on,
w mt is expected to prove one of the i
scrappiest expeditions of his career. j
With him w ill go his ladv f iir to cher !
I"n"s tor making America militarily
prepared to defend it-
, H "Kf' ho'm' ,nt 'r,m- nni1
devoted the day to clearing up business
matters prepualorv to tile expedition.
ymin were apraiso.s.
wild iiisiirii iiv . iniL'e iinsni'v itiinwiiin
73 ner month to he tV,,, lk .... I
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tate lor the support of Caroline Biew
ert, the widow of tho deceased.
A marriage license was issued at the
office of the county clerk today to
tlaus l Jensen, a blacksmith of Auiiis
ville, and Bessie Carlson, also of Aums
ville. STORM TRAVELS NORTH
Redding, Cal., Jan. 27. Snow is fall
ing heavily today iu all parts of Cali
fornia north of Chieo. In some sections
it is n.-ocmpanioil by sleet. The tern-
Iperatuie is dioppiug!
Week End Specials
Women's Lingerie Garments-Corset
Lace and Embroidery
trimmed, full range of
sizes. Regular prices
65c to 75c
WOMEN'S FINE QUALITY COMBINATIONS
Cambric, Batiste and Long Cloth, neatly trimmed
with Embroidery and Laces
Regular Prices $2.50 and $2.95
Regular Prices $1.50 and $2.00
SPECIAL 89c -
Extraordinary Savings On Bleached Sheets and Slips
Good firm quality Bleached Sheets, torn and hem
med, a line we are closing out
63x90 Regular Price 70c, Special 59c
81x90 Regular Price 80c, Special 69c
81x99 Regular Price 85c, Special 69c
90x108 Regular Price $1.00, Special 69r
50x36 Hemmed, Regular 23c and 25c, Special. . 19c
45x36 Scalloped, Regular 35c, Special 19c
45x36 Scalloped, Regular 65c, Special 19c
Pictorial Review Patterns
U. G. Shipley Co.
145-147 North Liberty St.
HERMIT DUNLAP DEAD
Hoquiam, Wash., Jan. 28.
i'or the first' time in sixty
years a human being crossed
the threshold of f. Huulnp's
cabin on the Little 1 1 txjuiaiit
river today, IJunlap lay dead
inside. The visitors were the
coroner and those who iciom
pauicd him to tho lonely open
ing of the forest north of this
city. His home was never open
to anyone, friend or kinsman,
and none ever saw its interior
while he was alive.
llunlap accumulated a large
fortune in cattle raising. .Most
of his money was deposited in
l ! r c
One Laborer Killed and i
Five Seriously Injured
The Dalles, Or., Jan. 2S.' One labor-1
or was fatally injured, the seriously,
hurt and several others b.idly bruised
today when an O. W. K. and X. freight
train crashed into an outfit tram near,
Kight cars in the outfit train caught
tire. After the injured men had been j
brought to The Dalles a second rescue
train left it 11 a. in. to extinguish tm
flames. The accident was due to a
blinding snowstorm, through which the:
engineer could not see the signals
Tiie fireman and engineer of the'
feright train jumped and were unhurt.'
1 1 I
States Evidence All In
In Gillies Forgery Case;
Olympia, Wash., Jan. 2S. The state
completed its caso in chief against J. F.
Gillies, former claim agent of the state'
industrial insurance department i
charged with forgery, today and the de
fense began its task of eombatting the
confession of Frank Stone and all the
mass of other evidence heaped in sup
port of. his story of graft. Gillies Willi
go on the stand in his own defense.
The state today won a final contested
point, gaining the admission of the
bank deposits made by Gillies during
11)15. Between February 15 and Sep !
tomher 20. the state showed. Gillies do-'
Women's Cambric and
Embroidery and Lace
60c, 65c and 75c
posited . 1 .710. the largest single deposit
being $ii2il. The largest deposits ap
proximate tho dates of cashing of
The state closed without calling Dave
Blake, Seattlo suloonKrcper, at whosr
place u number of the forged slat,
warrants wero cashed. Tho state will
probably use him in rebuttal.
m ine cooks
Girls Bake your
cakes with Merit
Vanilla and you'll
have cakes that will
mke you popular with
all who eat.
Order a 25c Bottle of
Who take pride in their personal
appearance should try our face
treatment for lines, blackheads
Superfluous hair removed with
out the use of the electric needle.
Latest electrical appliances for
removing corns and treating the
feet. Manicures "5 and 35 cents.
Shampooing, massage, hairdress-
ing. Creams, powders and lotions
for sale, our onn maiuifactuie,
For the convenience of our
patrons who aio unable to come
during the day, we will remain '
open until 8:30 on Saturday even-
nigs. Phono for appointment.
Imperial Beauty Parlors
DE. W. E. STANTOX.
Skin and Scalp Spcclrd'st
WINIFRED W. DUSENBURY,
Manicurist and Hair DieKS'ir.
301 Bank of Commerce Building,
THE GOOD HOUSEWIFE
knows th.it dainty chops cannot be cut
from poor lamb. We handle only t he
finest produced, thus you are sure oi
getting tho best grades of meat when
you trade here. Try our delicious chop
for breakfast. There is nothing so
fine or appetizing.
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