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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, FEE. 23. 1916.
' Mr. and Mrs. Miller Bovier were I A pretty valentine party was given
losts for a delightful, Washington dnnc-1 recently by Mr. and jus. B. I.. Feolliaru
ino nartv Tuesday evening, i at their home on North Front street.
Following a jolly evening the guests
enjoyed a dainty supper.
Those participating in the festivities
were: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Aufrancc,
ilr. and Mrs. Komeo Hunter, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Ward, Mr. and Mrs, Leroy
Hewlett, Miss Frances Ward, Miss Em-
Five hundred was played during the
evening and tho prize awards were won
by Mr. and Mrs. J. 1". Murphy, Mis
Byrdie Wiley, and Frank Tyler.
Circling the card tables were: Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Tyler, Mr. and Mis.
ma Hewlett, Miss Mnoylc Huntor, Miss J. P. Murphy, Mr. ami Mrs. Ward K.
Richcrson, Miss Byrmo Wiley, -M. J.
Wiegand, and Muster l'aul Tyler.
Mrs. George Beaty entertained at her
home in Chemawa with a miscellaneous
shower Thursday afternoon in honor of
Miss F.ouiso Lrehcr, whoso wedding to
Clyde C. Clnggett will take place in
The house throughout was arranged
with an array of brilliant red hearts
Those bidden were: Mis. William
Drcher, Mrs. James H. (dinger, Mrs.
Louise Dreher, Mrs. K. E. Cooper, Mrs.
Cal I'atton, Mrs. George A'ioser. Mrs.
Dana H. Allan, Mrs. Crawford Moore.
Mrs. Thomas Clnggett, Mrs. Margaret
Mullin, Mrs. Ivan Mover, Mrs. Benjabip
Clnggett, Mr. Waldo Miller, Mrs. Arch
Clnggett. Mrs. William Buck. Jr.. Mrs.
Harry Clnggett, Miss TUhcl Mack and
Miss May Patterson.
jrace Broden, and Clarence Newborry.
Friday evening the younger students
f Frank Churchill gave a delightful
The following programmo was render
ed: "Twilight Meditation."
''Sounds From tho Valley.".. Wenzel
"Robing I.ullaby." Krogmnnn
"Ariel Waltz," Kern
Vocal Solo " Wonderful Garden of
' Dreamy." Forester
a Polk' de Concert." Walker
Irorothy Kappa hn
"The Mcrrv Robolink
I.uella Barnett, V. E
. . Von Blon
. A group of young ladies gathered at
fhe homo of Miss Genevieve Barbour
recently and organized a club, which
will be called "Tho Spring Timo Club."
Miss Kthelwynno Kelley was alerted
president) and Miss Irene Fleming sec
retary. The club members are: Miss Gene
vira Barbour, Miss Irene Fleming. Miss
Helen Beder, Miss Virginia Wilson,
thelwynno Kelly, and Mary Drnger.
Mrs. H. B. Dorks entertained the
Ladies' Aid of the United Brethren
Ileitis l church at her home on North Nine
I teenth 'street, Friday afternoon.
As tho meeting day fell on Mrs.
Pork 's birthday the hostess was remem
bered by her friends with a number of
At the business session, the club ar
ranged for a sociable to be given in the
The hosless was assisted by tr'
Moo. Moody and Miss Hale.
Read How Mrs. Goodling got
Relief and Strength,
York, Pa. "I have used Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
found it to Dean you
of California Dead
(Continued from page one.)
Everyone Liked Him.
Tho capitol was cuveloped in gloom
today as the result of the lieutenant
governor's death. Eshleman was well
liked by everyone who knew him and
even the bitter political fight of the
Inst few years did not. make him an
enemy, political or otherwise of any
His fight against the railroads has
been pronounced one of the most bril
liant campaigns in the history of Cali
fornia. He was deeply concerned in the
regulation of public utilities and his
death was perhaps hastened by a recent
eastern trip in which he participated
in a public, utilities controversy.
His political career was just bloom
ing when ho was stricken down by the
hand of death. He was considered by
many the logical successor to Governor
say it is. I was so
sick that I could not
stand at my sink to
wash dishes and I
could not sit without
a pillow under me.
I had the doctor
every few days but
since I have taken
the Compound I
rlnn't have tfi send
for him. I have had ! Johnson and was mentioned asa. pos
- I -i I:..... Trn.,.l Vtfllca sen
siuie cuuuiuttio ivi ...j.
three children and could not raise any of
them, but since I have taken the Com
pound I have a bright baby boy. 1
advise every suffering woman to try it
and get relief. It has done wonders for
me."-Mrs. Catharine Goodling, 138
E. King Street, York, Pa.
When a medicine has been successful
in bringing health to so many, no
woman has a right to say without try
ing it, " I do not believe it will help
me. " There must be more than a hun
dred thousand women in this country
who, like Mrs. Goodling, have proven
what wonders Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound can do for weak and
ailing women. Try it and see, for
If there are any complications
you don't understand, write
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.
(confidential), Lynn, Mass
Mr. F.shleman attended a meeting of
the boaord of prison directors in San
Francisco Friday. At the meeting he
showed no signs of illness and the pris
on directors and wardens were greatly
shocked upon learning of his death.
The lieutenant governor returned last
week from Washington, P. C, where he
represented oil land owners who were
fighting the Taft withdrawal order. He
also testified in favor of Louis D.
Brandeis for supreme court justice
while in tho east and made several ad
dresses on public utility matters.
One of his first acta upon returning
to California was to attend the meeting
of the advisory board of pardons of
which he is an exotficio member. At
this meeting, held in San Francisco
Friday, thn board considered among
other cases those of Charles Oxnani and
Glenn Witt, young men who arc sen
tenced to be hanged Friday.
ASK FOR and GET
Ckeap substitutes cost YOU aame price.
Aid Union enjoyed tho order's hospital
ity. Cards and dancing were also indulged
Thoe present were: Mesdames. Hale, j in during the evening.,
president: Fucstuin, Koe, Dorks, Raw
son, Palmer, Custer, Moody, Roseoe, W.
Palmer and Miss Hale.
Mrs. Bon O. Sehucking's host of
friends in society, will rejoice to know
that she is convalescing from her recent
illness, her condition being much im
proved in the past few days.
Washington's birthday with its at
tendant patriotic decorations was an in
spiration for a programme, Tuesday
night at Hurst hall, when about seven
ty members and guests of the Fraternal
Gives more .service than any Battery on
Buy a guaranteed Battery. We make re
placements on any make of Battery. Com
plete stock at all times. All kinds of Gen
eral Repairing and Overhauling. We are
installing the latest machinery that will en
able us to make quick repairs. Only first
class mechanics employed, no apprentices
Complete line of Supplies for Hudson,
Auburn and Reo Cars. Shop open until
Full line of Auto Accessories.
Great Western Garage
C. C. SIMERAL, sole owner. Opposite Court House
Mrs. A. A. Miller had charge of the
affair. She was assisted by: Mrs. L
G. Allman, Mrs. F.ugenia Gillingham,
Mrs. White and Mrs. Jennie Wright.
The following programme was given:
I'iano Solo .... Miss Frances Cameron
Vocal Solo Miss Ednn Ackermau
Rending Miss Eileen Gibson
Vocnl Solo Miss Muriel Simpson
Readings. Mrs. Hattie Cnmeron, Miss
Gertrude Anderson and Misa Grace
Fancy Dance, the Misses Aunbel Golden
and Alice McClellnn.
Tonight the Salem Flornl society will
give, an entertninment in the Commer
cial club at 8 o'clock. A programme
j has been arranged anil the public is cor
: diully invited,
1 1 PERSONALS
Here Are the Smartest of New
Every Suit here is exceptionally tailored of high quality
fabric. They possess the distinctive air of refinement
that every woman seeks for in her Spring Suit. Despite
the quality of these Spring Suits their prices are excep
Priced $15 to $45
AGENTS PICTORIAL. REVIEW PATTERNS
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145-147 NORTH LIBERTY
OREGON AUTHORS AND
BOOKS THEY WROTE
Brooks today. He will go to Des Moines
Iowa, soon to look after business in
tercsts there for several weeks.
A. I.. Clearwater and wife returned
to Salem yesterday after a visit with
their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rey
nolds, in Eugene. Eugene Guard,
Only One "BHOMO QUININE"
To got the genuine, call for full name,
LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE. Look
for signature of E. W. Grove. Curei a
Cold in One Day. 25c.
SEIZED AMERICAN MAILS
New York, Feb. 2S. Fal
mouth, England, reports today
said authorities had seized mail
from the liner Nicuw Amster
dam, supposedly containing the
German proofs of alleged secret
English orders to merchant
men to attack submarines. Tho
vessel is due here Saturday.
, J. C. Perry was in Portland vester
jday. i i)r. M. J. Butler, of Monmouth, is in
' tho city.
H. N. Lehman, of Independence, was
in Salem Sunday.
j Miss Cora Gilbert spent Sunday in
i Woodbiirn with her parents.
I Miss T.averue Gibson and Miss Nettie
Gibson were in Albany over Sunday.
j Mist Kntherine Fowle, of Monmouth,
'spent Sunday in the city with her moth
er. I Miss Cecil Bohannnn visited her
uncle. Thomas Uohannon, Sunday at
I C. L. Kuapp, of Vancouver, Wash.,
, was a guest Sunday at the home of W.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Cox. of Port
land, wero in the city yesterday visiting
Attorney 0. Smith, republican candi
date for district attorney, spent yes
terday in Silvertoii.
Miss Mai. In Donlittlo, of the O. A. C
was a guest over Sunday in the city of
Miss Evelyn Cathy, of Willamette uni
versity. 11. K. Poets, of Clovenlale. and dnugh
'ers, Miss Helen and Sfi-ts Sibyl, were
in the city Sunday visiting with rela
tives. H. F. Ramp ns in the city from
Berlin, by wireless, to Sayville, I.. I.,
Feb. 2S Germany has protested to Por
tugal against the recent Portuguese
seizure of interned German liners, it
was announced today.
THAT TIRED FEELING
R.iiev.d by Hood'. Saraparilla,
Which Renovate, the Blood.
That tired feelintf that comes to
you In the sprlnd, year after year. ia
a slen that your blood lacks vitality
fust a pimples, boils and other erup
tions are signs that it is impure; and
it is also a sisn that your '
in a low or run-down condition inviting-
disease. It is a warnimr.
which It is wie to heed.
Ask your rtniKSlst for Hoods Sar
saparillu. This old standard I tried
ami true blood medicine relieves
that tired feeling. It cleanses tho
blood. KWea new life, nowr
strencth and cheerfulness. 'makis
?hre rich red blood that will rnak.
you feel, look, eat and sleep bolter.
He mire to Ret Hood's, because it
Is the best. There is no other com
bination of roots. , harks and hrbs
like it no real substitute for it no
Oregon is attracting the attention of, on Indian legends, the best known be
the entire country not only from its ",; o Heart of Oregon
advanced political ideas, nud its modern , jtarshfjeld, has contributed to maga-
mothods of teacmng, but aiso trom me.zjnP.,. ner writings are most'y on uie
number of books that have been writ-1 early Indian legends and her best
ten by Oregonians within the last few j known work is " Logonds of the Coos,"
years. The writings of Oregon authors, j punched in 1909.
especially in political science, are in j Ashland boasts of its historical writer
oroand in the east as wen as at nome. as wcw as poet. Mrs. Caroline .umxer
Oreeon is regarded as a state in which
many or. tne more rauicui mean in leg
islation are being tried out. Sum Simp
son and Homer Davenport have world
wide fame, but there are others.
Living in Oregon aro many authors
is best known by her book of poems. I ,,avjij,m t0
"Day Dreams," and C. B. Watson, of j ' . . , ..
;sniann, ny ins duw puuiuwirii m
entitled, "Prehistoric. Siskiyou and the
Caves of Josephine County."
Noicliorrf elitims n. nolitical writer in
mknao wnrka are known nrobahlv better ; Prf W C. Wooilnrd. who wrote while 10 g,u"1 "I1
outside of tho state than in it. Oregon I living in that city, "Rise of Political S"'"'"1'1-
nn,.:K..t;nn Motif,!,,! 1 : :.. t TI ;.j a ,,rn. l'1-1"
euucaiuin ni(7 ' uiiiiiijuuii), ,j ..u. ........ j i(, m-n in vyn:i;,'w. ..
educational magazines and professors in feasor in Earlham college, Richmond,
the colleges of tho state are having : Indiana.
their writing's accepted by the lead-) A. small book was published in Dal
ing publishing houses of New York and j lls in 1S!I8 and is now out of print, en
Chicago, i titled, "Uncle. Sam's Own Story," and
Living in Salem are several authors ; was written by Glen Holman.
whose writings are well known not only . Portland has many living authors
on the Pacific coast, but have had gen-1 whose fame reaches for beyond the
oral circulation throughout tho coun- state.
fry. 1 The work of W. T. Foster, president
Col. E. Hot' or 's "Jack Norton," pub-1 of Reed college are known in every
lished a few years ago attracted general educational center. Ho is perhaps best
known by the book that brought him
before the educators of the country,
"Argumentation and Debating." Two
other books that have been circulated
more than others are, "The Social Em
ergency," his latest, and "The Essen
tials of Exposition and Argument."
Miss Josephine Hammond, of Reed
Secretary A. H. Lea, of the state
fair board, proposes to suggest a num
ber of poiniitmiiit improvements to tho
directors et their next meeting which
is sc hcdulod fur March . One of Mr.
Lea 's -suggestions will be to utilize a
natural depression near the new
make tin nrtilicial laho
eive not only as a drain
for the grounds but will also provide a
place to exhibit samples of Oregon's
fish and the dirt taken out can be used
to I'lui kt tin other low places on tin-
attrnhon, as well as his poems ann
shorter work, "Jesus and the Unem
ployed.." George Palmer Putnam, who as the
governor's secretary now claims Salem
as his home is the author of two books.
"The Oregon Country" and "The
Southland of North America."
J: H. Cradlcbaugh, of Salem, is best college, is best known
known by his collection of poems,
" Everywoman's Road:
by her hook.
A Morality of
"Nveenn Klaslic Illsher," and "Songs i Women." published in 101.I. Col. C. K.
of tho Good Country." I S. Wood, who spoke recently at the
Another Salem poet who has come be-1 stato library has been writing books
fore tho public, within the last year is, for many years, his earliest works now
also proposes to lay hard
Murium pavement bet ween all ot tne
buildings. In cuisiderutioil 0 f 111"
fact !liat the L'lir grounds race track
is pronounced by all horsemen to be tho
best in the. west for a winter track it is
proposed to lay hard surfaco paving
from the st ibles to the track to keep
on! of the tnud in the winter time.
The fire protection facilities for th"
ciiining year will probably be extended,
by th.' addition of nnother tank and
some mole sisterns if it is possible to
make th.- t xUnsions under the present,
The premium list is now completed
and will le Mihmitted for the approval
of the board at the mooting. The ar
rangements for the comiiik fair nr.
rapidly taking shape with the excep
tion r.f the free attractions which pre
sent a huge problem. The race program
has been completed by the committee,
and in addition it is propped to pull
off one novelty race each day.
Ernest Everhnrt Baker, who published
last December a book of poems, entitled
"The Kenrt. of the T.nst Frontier.
Judge J. C. Moreland has written
several pamphlets on the early days of
Oregon, his best known being on "Ore
John Minto, late warden of the sts'e
penitentiary, was a writer of verse and
published in 100f a book with the titlc
"Rltynies on Life in Oregon."
Mrs. Mamie Fulkerson. living in Sa
lem Heights, is writing a series of orti-
Jnnd for mnr.y years has contributed to
j the eastern magazines on educational
being nut of print. A book that has
been much prized is his latest, published
in H'15, entitled, "Too Poet iu the Des
ert." Dr. C. H. Chapman, for many years
editorial" writer on the Oregoninn, but
now with the Portland Journal, has
written many pamphliits. Frederick Hol
man, a prominent member of the Oregon
Historical society, has written exten
sively on Oregon history, hrs best know"
work being, "History of Dr. John Mc
Loughlin." Prof. W. L. Finley, for many years
associated with the game warden de
partment wrote on "American Birds,"
and has lately issued a honk entitled,
lrattf. liioU t Cfc CUlkti
NATURE never overdoes itself yet it produces more
beautiful effects than science can ever hope to approach.
There is perfect balance in its work there is neither too
much nor too little in any of its pictures. And so it goes
in clothes making; garments must be thoroughly bal
anced in style, fabric and workmanship in order to look
well and be real values. We feature
Brandegee, Kincaid Clothes
and you will find our Spring and Summer models fash
ioned along natural lines not too extreme, not too con
servative, not too "set," and not exclusive enough to be
The same applies to our strictly cash prices the whole
making a perfect blend of natural values.
Come see these Natural Clothes.
Eugene has wvernl writers who have i " Little Bird Blue."
been attracting national attention. .V
Ion II. Eaton, who ha neon in the state
house of representatives for several
years, has written a book, "Tho Oergon
System," that has been called for espc
cinilv in the east.
Dr. J. D. Barnett. of the Universitv
of Oregon, has recently published a ne
rormer irovernor 1. 1. (iecr is an
j interesting writer for those who enjoy
I history, in his "Fifty Years in Ore
gon." I Professor John Fleming Wilson, liv
ing in Portland, has written several
i books for boys, in a narrative form.
"The Land Claimers, " is one of his
' Adjutant General George A. White
informed Captain Gchlhar, of Co. M, to
day that the entire general staff would
be" present at the grand military bull,
which is to be given by tho Cherriani
as a compliment to Co. M at the arm
ory. March ;). Governor Withyeouibc,
commander-in-chief of the state niilitiu,
will also be present at the bull. Tim
officers will appear in full dress uni
form. Tho annual election of the officers
' of the Elk lodge will take place next
Thursday evening. Already interest in
the election is increasing and the con
test for two of the offices promises at
least to be, rn trior exciting. Two candi
dates are already mentioned for ex
halted rtder and also I wo are in tint
field for the position of secretary, now
held by Eugene W. Slater. The other
offices will also be contested, but tho
greatest interest is in the election o:'
exhalted ruler and secretary.
An address will be made Tuosdny ev
ening at the Salvation Army hondipmt
ters on Court street by tho Rev, .1.
C. Spencer, of the Leslie M. E. church,
to which the public is invited.
work entitled. "The Operation of He best.
Initiative. Referendum and Recall in I Professor Lewis Alderman, superin
Orecon," The book has just been isvued ! tendent of the Portland schools, has
by McMillans. 'written a book entitled "Home Cred-
Eugene is also the home of another its." Jt was published in HUo.
writer. Prof. .Tosenli Sdinfor. whose! "The Cantivitv of the Ontmiin
hook. "History of the Pacific Nort'- Girls" was written by R. B. straiten Tha Elka are making arrangements
west." is regarded as one of the best 'and published in Salem in 1!00. tn fivf '''"if '"'"t dance on the evening
overwritten on this subject. ! Several of the books published by of Sr. Patrick 's day, March 17. which
Oregon City is the home of several j Oregon authors are. out of print and a 1"llr's to fall on Piniay evening thii
living authors, the one best known per- fpw volumes are considered so precious .vfilr-
hap. heing Mrs. E. E. Dve, w hoso works . by the state librarian that they are
on the curly days of Oregon are popular. ; kept at all times in the library safe.
Hor three best known are " McLoughlin j order that complete records of Ore
and Old Oregon." her most popular . g'1" w riters may bo kept in the state
work: "The Conquest, " a stoiv of Lew 1 library, the librarian would be clad to
is and Clark, and ".McDonald of Ore
gon." j Gilbert L. Hedges, of Oregon City, a
I memler of one of Oregon's public spir
ited families, has recently publish
a book which is in demand in the east
; among those interested in politi cal
science. It is entitled, "Where th,
I People Rule," and was published in
torvallis is the home of Prof. J. B.
receive copies of the earlier prints n.l
especially those that have been out of
print for several years.
Arrangements are now- being made to
compile a complete lit of Oregon writ
ers and Miss Mary Marvin would be
glad to receive lists of writers who live
or have lived in this state and books
that wero written bv them.
A collection is being made of every
thing that has been written bv an Ore-
I Horner, who has written extensively on , gonian and also of everything that has
the history of Oregon. His best known I been written ahout Oregon. 1
work is a compilation of Oregon litera-1 "
; ture, entitled "Oregon Literature. ' EXPLOSION KILLS TWENTY
Within the Inst few- years many tech
I nical treatises have been written by j St. Louis, Mo., Feb. "S. Twenty per-
' the professors of the O. A. C. and have sons are reported to have been killed in
' bm published in educational maga-,n explosion of a se.wer excavation in
izines. ; the extreme western part of the city
Albany is the home of Frof. F. ' this afternoon.
! Franklin, of Albany college, who hr. . Thirty others wore reported injured.
j written a hook on. "Legislative Hi -I ' 1
i tory of Naturalization in the t'nite,' j Tlie U. 8. Marine recruiting station
I States." This hook was publishe.t b- ; in -SaU,m wj vlo.e nturiillv ..v,,,,
I tho Cniversitv of Chicago and used bv i , ,t , ...... u-.: - . . ,
...i.i' 8r"' too Joung man nmmtious to enter
i that institution an one ot its text books, i .... 7 .
(Mrs. Franklin, who at present is lib-j1'11 brftnfh ot ,h,; ervie. iwll be giv
, rarian of the Albany public library, isien this week to enlist trom fMilom. Aft-
a contributor to macu.ines. er this week, Portland will be the near-
Among Oregon's living authors maviet. recruiting station. So.rgeant W. 11.
I be mentioned Mrs. Ada Millicnn, of s human, who has boon in charge here,
Priuevtlle. She has written many poemsjhas been assigned to Portland. '
Time is at hand. If your face or
scalp needs attention, now is tho
time to see us about it. Our
methods are the latest known to
science and results arc sure.
Wo euro dandruff and stop full
ing hair, remove scars and blem
ishes of all kinds, including sup
Let "a dress your face or hair
for that special occasion.
Best manicure in the city for 25c
Open Saturday evenings.
301 Hank of Commerce Building,
l'hiine WA Salem, Ore.