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THK DAILY CAPITAL ,I0T RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, APPwIL 1, 1916.
" LOTS OF LEATHER
- sy ' 1 " 1
ck-, - i tu--tf ?fc
BCTUBS PATHEd, "TREMULOUS
aniM RACH.UPOM DISCOVERING
MIS PPT FAS CM A. DPNUOFO,
S YOU MIQMJ.
By Morris Miller.
Female habiliment will strike a new;
note next summer in the use of leather,
t nntlior will he
distributed in more or less useful parts
t ski r and ml.ts The advance of
i ..rice, owirnr to the war in
. ...n.. .
V.nrnnp. utioettrs mute
have heightened its thnrm in femnle
'r.. :,l,.ihiUv to warm weather
near cannot be said to he a deter-
i na een lust vear that
4h'lndv of stvle wore 'furg all;
through the torrid season.
James F.wing won the first prize of
12.00 in tiic declamatory contest at
Waller hall last night with the rending
"Mandy" by Kulheiine Norton. Kwing
is a fresh raau in college mil previous to
coming to Willamette had participated
very little in such contests. His read
ing was a soliquoy impersonating an
Id man mourning for a lost wife and
in his interpretation of it, F.wing prov
ed himself to ho . master.
Second place was awarded to Miss
Fave Bolin with the humorous rending
'The lla.ing of Valiant" by Jcshc
Lynch Williams. Miss Itolin gave a
very good interpretation to the read
ing and when a popular vote was t.iken
from t iip audience it was found that
he and Miss Margaret Harrison, who
leeeived third idaeo with "linger in
the Wilderness,'' hml tied for honors
for the speical pri.o which I'rof. Senn
Iiad offered. The special prizes we.ee
two beautiful hound volumes; one
llow to Add Ten Ye.irs to Your Life"
the other "Tho Value of a Smile.''
Tho chapel hall was crowded to hear
ifte declamatory contest and everyone
showed their appreciation of the entire
program, judging from tho close atten
tion which was aid.
1- ,l..Pn,n ,i l,kli-n.lm,0,l
the speikers with his customary humor-
11 HtoriCB null I ricrwnn ui iiim-vm i" i ,tv...
The program was opened bv a piano I will tako place. Charles Knndall and
olo, "The Last Hose of Summer," I Leigh Douglas are the candidates tor
llerz, bv Miss Ksther Cox. I the office of president.
Tiio declamations then followed. The men of Salem who arc interest
1 Am a Roman Citizen" Cicero j cd are invited to Attend as Dr. Iisher s
A Cutting; from "Marco"
Miss Mablo lSouguey,
DURING OUR 6TH ANNUAL OPENING SALE, ALL THE LATEST
FABRICS IN GUARANTEED COLORS AT REDUCTIONS, GUARAN
TEED SALEM MADE MADE IN OREGON TO ORDER.
Suits $15.00 anil $20.00
D. H. Moslier
TAILOR TO MEN AND WOMEN
IN THE FEMALE COSTUME IS THE LATEST
"-TWA V " t VJ. 1
! ural perversity of
perameni seems 10 n,,,.. i
. ... ..i:,.i.
und bizarre. J.et me court oi j.is,o,. ;
decree naviuo blanker ror jaucusi
and bearskin robc-s for July and your :
fashio.uile wife or sister will placid-
ly appear in same without so much;
..' ,i.., nr nonmiilsiiin. i
For a mere numan, wnniever me
i,. .,..,, in ninntr the soii hiiked
nl A ,v r,l,u .
avenue arrayed in leather garb, re-,
(piires more than common
ness. A lady ot fashion i
such a ;
brave the hearty snickers
costumo will provoke, deserves great
Tli. n tti nil Hridirc of Virginia
Harold Doxsee. j
"Mainly," K.itherine Norton j
The Hazing of Valiant Williams
.diss Faye Bolin. ;
linger in the Wilderness Willis:
Miss Margaret (larrison.
Vocal solo, "The World is Full of
I.ela Belle McCaddam.
The judges for the occasion were: P.
II. D'Arcy, S.ilem; Mrs. F. (!. Frankel,
I'ortland;' It. Salwny, I'nrtland.
I'rof. Senn has worked hard in train
ing the contestants but the results
showed that her efforts were well re
warded. Dr. Doney stated that he had nover
ird a program of eipiul merit through j
out, since he discovered America io
ye ns ago.
Judge D'Arcy in announcing the
judges' decision reminisced of days
when he was in Willnmette and gave
the "Village Schoolmaster" to illus
trnte how soon those who have passed
out of school are forgotten.
The Young Men's Christian Associ
ation will hold their regular Sunday
meeting tomorrow afternoon in the
l'hilodori.in halls. Dr. K. K. Fis-ier will
uddress the meeting niter which the an-
inessage will oe an inieresdug one.
Let The Capital Journal print your
sale bills and other job printing.
344. STATE STREET
11 H S
It seems likely that on an
hot dav, the bystanders
alrendv a little delirious with the
warlth( wili l)P moved to express
. ... r as onishment in rude nnn un-
civil terms. Many will cry in their
exaspcraho., 'Hey, how far away is
your keeper! '
If father discovers his pet arm
.1...:. ..: 4I..I ,.P U !, ,tl.. he
mnv know thut wife or daughter has
seized it lor a gown
He can rage
and bray as he will, but he konws
how much good that has done before,
There is nothing mo obdurate as the
,'feminino devotion to the mode.
more tanaiuaies rue
For State Offices
Among the candidates who filed to
K. JI. I'lagg, of Warrenton, candi
date for nomination by tile republican
party lor the office of representative
in the legislative assembly, l!Mh rep
Lelauil J. Knox, of Fossil, candidate
for nomination by the republican party
for the office of district attorney for
. N. Stanfield, of Stauficl.l, candi
date for nomination by the republican
party for the oil ice of representative
in the legislative assembly, 2nd repre-
W. F. ..acksou, of Moro, candidate
for nomination by the democratic party
tor the office of state sen.itor, isth
Cliff It. Moloney, of I'nrtland, can
didate for nomination by the republi
can party for the office of representa
tive in the legislative assembly, Jfith
V. W. Calkins, of Kugene, candi-
late for the office of delegate to tiie ,
nut ion tl republican convention.
Small Pox Epidemic
Ended at State Pen
The small pox epidemic which has
caused the Oregon state penitentiary to
be quarantined for the past few weeks
is now ended .is no new cases have been
reported for over two weeks and the
ban will he lifted Monday. The dis-
. , . . ., . I .
ease was brought to he, .en by a parole
breaker and about (10 prisoners were ex
posed to the malady before a new ease
broke out. All of the guards and men
were vaccinated mil an epidemic of
sore arms raged for a few days. The
cases were all light attacks and none of
the prisoners suffered seriously from
the disease. Five enses in all were dis
covered among the prisoners.
Taconia, Wash., April 1. Statistics
given out by the city and county of
j ficials today indicate that drunkenness
is on the increase here despite the ef
i forts of the sheriff's office and th
I police to suppress the illegal sale of
j The number of arrests in March were
t greater than those in the two moot
of January and February, totalling (i1
1 Permits to import liquor numbered
j As regards crime, however, the po- i
lice nre emphatic in asserting there j
lias been a marked decrease. I
VILLISTAS KILLED FOUR.
LI Paso, lexas, April 1. Three Amer -
icans, one Mulish subject and one Ger-
mail were massacred bv Villislas at
Guerrero and Miuaca last Monday,
cording to reports made by relinblo!
Americans arriving here from Chihun-1
him City today. The news was tele-1
graphed to Chihuahua by an American
named Locke who escaped the bandits
at Manaca by fleeing to Cusihuiriiu hie, I
from which point he wired. j
The murdered men nre Hen Snell.
Frank Woods, Dr. SISell, Hruce und
Herman PJnukcuhurg, said the report.!
YAQUI INDIANS RF.VOLT
Douglas, Ariz., April 1. Reports of a
break between the de fa.'to govcruui at
of Mexico nnd nil army of nearly .iuv0
Ynqui Indians were confuceil Imiay
when Americans arriving here from
Ynqui valley reported all Mexican
troops withdrawn from that regtin.
Considerable mystery surrounded the
movement of the MexiciiM troops It wis
said. No Indian vnids had hen to
I The uneasiness felt here for i,! AnpT-
teaus iu t' e Yuqui vallev win it crease-'
when Amerienn arrivals brought "OjT
word f "nit them.
NOTED EDUCATOR DEAD.
Ann Arbor, Mich,, April 1. Dr.
James 11. Angcll. aged H7, president
emeritus of the I'niversity of Michigan
died nt his home today following an
ilnc of t week, He w is a noted edu
cator and diplomat.
Old Settler On Siletz Who Lost
His Claim, In Line Ten
Days Gets It Back
Or., April 1. .Memories of
the old laud ru-li
days were revived i
! here today when some 10,000 acres of
j public lan.lH in the former .Siletz In
dian reservation in Lincoln county
j were opened to homestead entry at the
i I'nitcd States land office.
.xeaily too land hungry men anditv ,., . i, ..i e thp u.ists ..
one woman, were in line when the doors
opened tit ! o'clock to admit the first j
John D. Uuiss was the first to make j
application, ending a vigil of ten davs
kept by himself and membcis of his
fluiss first took a place outside the
door of the land office at noon March
o Itn u-n a firut hitcaiisn rif his wish
to scure a homestead on which he has;01' al,rou-' Strings for the apron can
spent Jflt0O in litigation and on which
he lias lived for a considerable period.
Ifis previous attempts to "prove up"
on the KiO acres in question had been
nullified by an executive order made by
President Taft in 1010 withdrawing the
lands from entry.
OF PORTLAND INDICTED
Tortland, Ore.. April 1. City
Commissioner Robert C. Dieck
was indicted by the county
grand jury today on two counts:
that of working city employes
longer thnn eight hours, and of
failing to pay double for thta
It is snid 'he grand jury re
turned the indictment in
friendly fashion, to test I he
validity of the eij'ht 'I'iir law
Tor public cmpl ives, pwcj by
the 1U13 l"g:s'.;.i'e.
Court House News
With the purchase o'f 10S gopher and
mole skins the county clerk today fin
ished up the fund for the gopher and
mole bounty for lOlli and no more skins
will be taken in until January 1, 1017,
when another grand rush is expected.
This makes about So.OOO gopher and
mole skins that have been redeemed by
the county clerk since the bounty law
went into effect.
The final settlcnu--; of the damage
claims which grew out of the accident
on Asylum avenue lnyt fall in which
Mrs. Theresa Audregg lost her life
when the rig in which she was riding
was hit by a street car, is well Hearing
the end of the legal formalities. An
order was signed by Judge Bushey to-
lay appointing guardians for the
minor children who .ere hurt in the
accident and authorizing these guard
ians to accept payment for the claims
in full from the S. P. Arthur Iheuer
will receive till) through Fred A. Thcu
er, his guardian, and Casper Andregg
will receive i(itiOO and K-.ither Andregg
will receive 100 through their iMiRrTian' f-i .' , ' . T
. ., i' . ,,,,, ,lv until sirup stiffens when tested on
( asper Andregg Ihe estate oi Iheresnl.. , u. i i i
Andregg will be paid $1,100.
Sheriff Kscli innde a tur.iove- of :.'
(104.07 to the county treasurer tod.iyt
UI U M Hi; U lUlill UL .T-OU,-!! 1. O 1 IT l'1
m..i.:..m tn4n, ,.c 4-i,'m id, io .1 . . ,
urer of the 11115 taxes since th.' book,
were opened this year. Of the l:i.,t turn
over $21,:ilO.SS goes to the Mate and
county fund, $ri,0ri.m to the general
road fund, $:i,Ki)2.5.f to the Si'lctii sch. n
district nnd $7,0(l.oN to the city i
A suit was filed in the circuit eouit
todny by Joseph M. Mis;ler and Curie
Mishler against Frank Crimps to n
cover possession of land which 'it i
leged to be wrongfully withheld 'v.- tin
defendant. The land in question' is ib
scribed at Lot 1 (ioudy Gardens mil! ri
strip off of Lots 2, It. 4 and 5 of Ci.inlv
(aniens. The plaintiff seeks to .ec.ivr
damages iu the sum of ilioO, W. K. Keyi s
is attorney for the plaintiff.
SOCIAL HYGIENE SOCIETf
Tl... n...... u.. tr, :..
'wilu "JS"'" 'l '.
making arrangements for a Rcierali
meeting to be held at the armory ene
week from tomorrow. Governor Withy
combe and other state officials will at
icon, i no governor nciiiig as cioiriuaii.
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'The Extent and Result of Sexual
p. in. " The I'rcvaleuc'
nnl ucneral 1
Seriousness of Venereal D'Heese iiitd
their F.ffocCs T'pon the Individual
and the Home," L. V. ;irii'fi!ii. M.
IV, staff ihvsicinn state hosp,'!;,,
"Causes and Remedies."
."1:2.1 p. in. "Quack Doctors and Fake
Medicines." Calvin S. Whit.' M. D..
Portland, member board o d'.i .'i t.irs
Oregon Social Hygiene society.
"i:.10 p. m. "Remedies," .1. V.. Snvder.
Pendleton, member board of directors
Oregon Social Hygiene so'iety
TRAINMEN TO MEET
Cleveland. Ohio, April 1
Their demands having been re
jected by the railroads, the ex
ecutive committees of four
trainmen's brotherhoods will
meet in Chicago April 29 to
formulate a course of action.
It was stated tit headquarters
that not all roads had replied
to tho demands for an eight
hour day nd increased over
Let the Capital Journal New Today
Column put your dollars on the right.
THE SUNDAY DINNER
( ream of Carrot Soup.
Crackers. l'ickles, Sweet.
Chicken a la King.
Potatoes, Baker. Creamed Beets.
Cueuinliers and Chicory Salad.
Apple 1'ie. Cheese. Coffee.
Uses For Old' Embroidered Waists.
When lund-pinbrnidprcii waists lie-
come worn mine.' i:ie arms or out oi
"'V'B I"t-V "re u"u """"" " j
make several small articles.
Jf of thin material and buttoned
down the back, there will lie enough
goods in Ihe front of waist for an or-'
ilieary cap. The pl.iin roun.l caps are
easiest made, but there are other prot
trimmed with luce insertion, so much
Baby pillows, round square or oh-i
long, can also be m nle if the waist is in
fairly good shape.
Pretty aprons can be made from the
waists embroidered in groups of flow
ers. If a large pattern is embroidered
on the waist, cut tiie apron to the larg
est p.irt of the design is at tiie bottom I
made from the sleeves of the waist, or
any white material.
Things Worth Knowing.
A coffee strainer is a fine thing to
strain hot starch through, instead of a
st lrch bag; snves hands from being
To clean silk or fine goods of a deli
cate color, take a basin large euongii
to hold the garment, add nnptha enough
to wash it in, then take a white so.ip
and rub gently on the soiled parts;
press out under the hands and take
clean nnptha enough to rinse well.
Hang out of doors tor one hour. Makes
gloves or dress goods like new. Be
careful not to work ne.ir a fire.
if your rubber plant is looking sickly
leaves retting brown spots on them and
falling off, take dry mustard, put in
water and pour on tbe earth; tiien
i watch for the worms to come to the
I top, which they will soon do, and you
can gather and destroy them. Your
plant will brighten and grow.
In cutting the fur bands, so popular
j now, turn with fur side down, mark
I your strips with a pencil on skin side
i ,uu !l 7,lYt "'"v
line marked. It is very ensily done
and does not lenve a ragged appear
Kasy way to thread sewing machine
nedle. Put something white under the
In washing curtains of niacins, stitch
them on curtain stretchers; they have
the. appearance of being new and do not
need to be ironed.
Ornuge-drapefruit Il.ilf a grape
t nut, two oranges, one lemon; cut in
inn, iau untunes, one iciiioii; Clll III
fine pieces, add seven pints water and
let stand twenty-four hours. Next
morning cook two hours, then stand
again twenty-four hours. Next day add
five pounds grauul.ited sugar and cook
two hours or until it thickenB, This
makes about twenty-four glasses and is
Orange Twelve oranges, two lem
ons. Slice fruit thinly, removing in
ner pith and pips. Weigh it, and tn
each pound add three pints of cold
water. Let the whole remain covered
in in earthenware vessel for two days,
then turn preparation into preserving
pan and boil gently until tender. liCt
cool, weigh again and to each pound
fruit add one pound sugar; bring to
boiling point, skim well and cook gent
a cold plate. Store in i cool dry place.
Orange-Lemon Wash thoroughly and
wipe four oranges and two lemons. Snip
oranges, rind nnd pulp with a sharp
knife, removing the seeds. (Irate the
lemon nnd Mild lemon juice to the or
anges. Measure fruit adn add an equal
part of water. Stir well and set aside
in an earthen bowl for twenty-four
hours. Then put fruit over fire and
boil until tender; set aside again for
again and add sugar cup for cup; boil
until consistency of marmalade (about
twenty-five to thirty minutes.) This
makes about seven jelly glasses and
will be a pretty, clear orange color.
This marmalade may be finished in
one day, but is much improved if set
aside and finished ns above.
Grand Jury Says County
In Hands of Politicians
Portland, Or., April 1. Sweeping de
nunciation of -methods employed in
handling the county's official business
was made today in the final report of
.... .J .'
1 tho .Multnomah eountv grand pirv,
whi,.h .icclared that men unfitted' for
,.,., . nliti,.s in ..i...,.,..
of nttairs, greatly to tiie tinauciai loss
of taxpayers and at the expense of ef-
s st,.i-s met f, t ,., ,,i,rno ..(
1 " 11 ll' . '
Personal differences between county
:;,,,. were bbnned for n state
' lf ,,eneral laxuess and inattention to
I .7.,f ,.i,i;.. iw;,wa iit
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LAND HEARING CASE MAY 20
San Francisco, ("al., April I. Feder
il Judge Holding today set the hear
in,' of the ohegiin land cases for May
lie aii'.oiunce.l that tiie trials of those
indicted by 'lie grand jury in the bomb
plot cases would be held in August,
and the men invoiced in the iiuiuigha
tiou scandal would be heard in May.
NORTH HOWELL NEWS
j Mrs. Winter Hatighman is ill at her
home with pneumonia. Mrs. W. Jeffer-
t- ' a, ,11 who lni'4 lieen su-k with t ie same
i .'Th.. l ,.st l.ont " will be presented
at the Grange hall Friday evening. I1"' Kther.nB ot prunes. The gatherer
March 111. Those taking part in tl,eiM '",,1tlS up-
drama are: F.. C. Weisner. Willard 1 l,,,r,,cJ u1".,1!'r trtf? ''' l"!"1 trnine-
. M..v... ...lr..w R.. I1e s.lin,..,
jVm. Taw, Kdna Stevens, Marv Hall.
i Mrs. Wm. O.ldie.
An Fpw orth Hague lins been org-
laniied iu this section, and will hold
meetings nt the church on Sunday ev
enings nt 7:30. The officers are:
President. Mrs. Arthur Ueardsley; vice
president, Mary Hall: secretary, signa
Woclke; treasurer, Kenneth Coomlor;
organist, Jessie Sawyer.
Mrs. Chas. Kngleson and von. Pobert.
and Mrs. Lewis Sawyer, of Woodburu.
visited relatives in this vicinity Tin
oay. vier ins our,
Resources of Banks
Since March 4, 1915
An examination of the reports re
ceived in this office and from which
this statement was compiled, reveals a
most satisfactory condition, throughout
the state, and indicates a rapid growth
of business during the past year, said ,
State Bank Kxaininer S. A, Sargent, to- j
"The total resources have increased
$7,400, 78.K2, while the net increase in
deposits amounts to approximately !),- j
2r0,000.00. the only decrease being I
ZtLi .1,.. iwl unrl other I
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V, I ' II 11111,11, l, V-1I
Rediscounts with the Federal Reserve i
Hank at San Francisco show an in-1
crease of ,f:t,li9 ..o since the call on
March 4, llll'i, but a decrease of about
.$80,000.00 since the statement of Nov-t
ember 10th. Other re-rtlseounts and
hills payable are a little high for this
time of the year, due to the fact that
many farmers arc still hoblijg their
wheat crops for higher prices.
The staf.emcnt shows a rapiu return
to normal conditions and indicates an
abilitv on the part of the banks to
'"'lineet nil legitimate demands that may
l he made upon them, said Mr. Sargent in
emuiuing up the statement which fol
STAYTON NEWS NOTES
Mis. Lfssie Kleeker started yester- stockholders, and security holders, if
day for n visit with her cousin at Mil- 11I1V) e(,tain not only the list of stock
wnhkre, Wisconsin. ,' I holders and securitv holders as they
Mr. and Mrs. (. K. Kramer went w i
J'ortlanil Tuesday for a couple of days
v.sit with Mr. Cramer s mother.
Ceo. Smith, manager of the Stayton
Kg-; Ciic'e, h is a very unique, window
display in the Laneefield building.
Mrs. M. tlilkcy, the trained nurse,
iuis moved from the Laneefield build
ing to the Foster house on First street,
v. II,.'. n T. tin nii.l r on
, nties shipped in a car each ofj knowledge and belief as t0 lo circum-
siiingles and land plaster recently. stances and conditions mule r which
Mrs. W. H. Rubens and daughter stockholders and security holders who
Dcra of Union Hill visited Mrs. ttibensldo not appear upon the hooks of the
patents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. (.Ornish
Jo'iii Bailey is visiting relatives here.
He was in the hospital at Albany for
five 'reeks after his operation for ap
pendicitis. Henry Senz, of Mt. Pleasant, bought
a pcie bred llolstein bull of Charles
'.loltinger this week.
A tirlffith and wife, of neir West
Stayton, were trading with Stayton
iic ri liauts yesterday.
Airs. W. II. Harlan and children of
Ditroit are visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs W. S. Wntters.
Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson of near
Kiiyston were visiting 'her mother,
Mr. Anna Stayton the first of the
Mr. Pud Msr. ilirrv Chrisinan and
baby of Linn county were visiting at
t'1'1 home ot Mrs. Chrisman s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Saudner, Sr., Wed
RiiMiioinl, the eight-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. It. Mintcn, of Linn coun
ty was severely scalded with hot water
yt st( may. The little fellow accident
ia ran agiinst a pail of the hot fluid
with the above results. Dr. neauchump
treated the injury.
Last Friday afternoon the Hrodc club
responded to nn invitation of the Mcs
ili'i.ii's C. A. Henuchamp and F. T. Jones
to spend the afternoon at tho latter's
bung ilow home on the Mohnnm road.
Mrs. M. J. Crabtree was guest of hon
I iitt l'r',.1.. ,r il,n Ulovlni, I !., o I l I, ., 11
team went t.i Scio to make their initi -
al game with the high school at that
place, iwenty-six people, in all, start
ed for tiie game but about one-bill' ar
rived in time for the game, ns they
were delayed by the bad condition of
the roads. The score resulted in a vic
tory for the Scio bunch who won 24 to
S. A return game will be played with
Stayton at. sonic future date. Mail.
HUBBARD SOCIAL NOTES
Last Thursday .ifternoon, March 23,
A.rs. rrank J rv entertained the Ksther
Circle of tho Rebekah ,odge. The la-1
dies took their fancy ' work and spent
the afternoon, completing their plans
tor the entertainment the circle expects
to give in the near future. The ladiosj1
Si cut a very nlcnsint nfetrnoon t'ifim i
ii,,. t. t'':, .. n.. .,iv.,ui,L..tu
were served. Those present were: Mrs. '"'any -advantages Stayton has of water
Rodney Molvin, Mis. Jennie Hawgoodj ! power, location, and manufacturers,
Mrs. Geo. Zeek, Mrs. Geo. Heck IlIisK i there is hut little doubt iu the minds of
Gondv, Mrs. R. C. Painter, Miss .nlt""s0 w'10 ,,,lu "W farther than their
Stauffer und Miss Frances Weaver. ,l(,ilt' that in 1020 Stayton will have U
Mrs. Percy Calvert nnd Mrs. U. ( I population nf o.OOO.
Painter entertained the Pythian Sisters " stayton has nulls nnl power a plenty,
Wednesdi.y afternoon at Mrs. Painter 's j ,00u people iu nineteentwenty. "
home. Those present were: Mrs. II. ' stayton Mail.
F. Scholl, Mrs. I,. M. Scholl, Mrs. R.i
W. Gable, Mrs. Chas. Kin.er, Mrs. Dn- CENTRAL HOWELL ITEMS
vid llovcnden, Mrs. H. H"vens, Mrs. I
Martha Hevens, Mrs. Geo. Zeek. Mrs. The Bovs' and Girls Industrial dull
.lunus mutter, .Misses
and Ida Christen.
1 . ,....,...,
Hemming ,lh tw,.s. Attor a pleasant
1 atternoon of sewing, visiting and fancy
1 'Wnity lunch was served.
I A very pleasant afternoon was en-'
I .loved by a number of Hubbard ladies
at Painters store Tuesday afternoon.
Those present were: Mesdames Ilenrv
I10M, Percy Calvert. Gable, Schoor.
Pai-.iter, Miss W'e.ives and Miss Wal-
I '. A number of beautiful pieces of
bet were exhibited. Refreshments
consisting of ice cream, sweet pickles,
oranges and tooth picks were served-
PATENTS A FRUIT GATHERER
The April number of the Popular
Mechanics, mi page 544 contains an il
lustration nnd description of a fruit!
gatherer patented by J. H. Brewer, of
this place. The gatherer is said by the
patentee ami those who have seen it
'r"Hl ,0 h" "I'ecinlly adaptable to
. " '" """" muKes il easy TO niliphe
from one tree to another. The meshes I
of the net allows the small and undesir-.A little wav! It is so sweet to live
able fruit to pass through to the ground Together "that, 1 know,
while the desirable fruit rolls to the. Life would not have one withered roso
cciuer nun passes inn) a nox. rsilver
MOYK.R To Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mover
of .is North Church street, Mar
Try Capital Jommal Wsnt Ada.
Statement of the Ownership, Manage
ment, Circulation, Etc., Required by
the Act of Congress of August
Of Daily Capital Journal, published
daily at Salem, Ore., for April 1, lOlti.
State of Oregon, County of Marion, ss.
Before me, a notary public in and for
the .state a ml county aforesaid, person
ally appeared (has. fl. Fisher, who,
having been duly sworn according to
huv, deposes and says tliat he is tho
business manager of the Daily Capital
Journal, mid that the following is, to
the host of his knowledge and belief, 11
true statement of the ownership, man-
agement, etc., of the aforesaid publi-
cation for the date shown in the above.
caption, required by the Act ot August
24, 1012, embodied in
in svc.tion 443. Pos-
ml I,iw und Itooiilntions. printed on
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1. Th-t the names und addresses of
the publisher, editor, managing editor,
und business managers are:
Publisher, Capital Journal J'tg. Co.,
Kdiior, Chas. IT. Fisher, Salem, Or.
Managing Kditor, ( has. 11. Fisher,
Business .Manager, ('has. JI. Fisher,
2. That the owners arc: t hus. II.
Fisher, Salem, Oregon; L. S. Barnes,
.1. That the known bondholders, mort
gagees, and other security holders own-
iug or holding 1 per cent or more of
total amount of bonds, mortgages, or
other securities are: .None.
j 4. That the two paragraphs next
i above, giving the mimes of the owners.
..,. P , ti,e hooks of the connianv
but also, in cases where the stockholder
or security holder appears upon tho
books of the company ns trustee or iiw
any other fiduciary relation, the namo
of the person or corporation for whom
such trustee is acting, is given; also
that the said two paragraphs contain
embracing attiaut s tull
company as trustees, bold stock and
securities in a capacity other than that
of a bona fido owner; and this affiant
has no reason to believe, thai any other
person, association, or corporation has;
any interest direct or indirect in tho
said stock, bonds, or other securities
than as so stated by him.
,k That the average number of
copies of each issue of this publication
sold or distributed, through the mails or
otherwise, to paid subscribers during
the six months preceding the dato
shown above is 1 11 1.
CHAS. 11. FISHER,
Sworn to and subscribed before mo
this 1st day of April, HHll.
Dora ('. Andreseii,
(My commission expires Oct. 2, 1010)
Circulation by Months.
November, 1 !) 1 ."
Februarv, 10 Hi
Postoffice statement filed October I,
lOl.'i, was 3.S00; statement filed April 1,
I01H, till. Circulation gain in six
SURVEY PUSHED RAPIDLY
M. Lynot, who has complete chirgo
!"1' the survey and construction work of
the Salem to Hend railroad, went to
Portland tiie latter part of last, week,
returning Monday evening. On Tuesday
morning .Mr. Lynott went to Lyons at
which place the surveying crew is hard
at work, llefore Stirling ho stated to
a Mail representative thut his princi
pals in Portland were much pleased
with the progress made, but that they
waneed him to hurry things as much ns
ossihle at this end, as the Portl md of
fices were already for tiie chief engin
eers, and things must bo pushed rapid
ly in order to begin actual construction
liy -May 1.
Outside papers are beginning to wanes
up to the fact that the railro.ul is urely
coining our way, ami. that. Stayton will
be on the map iu earnest in Dili.
With a new railroad, ami machino
! shims in prospect.
together with tho
of Central Howell, which is organized
witJi a membership of twentvjseveii
:,l. T'..,.l n...i.:.. .....i i .... i L,. ..
i.iiii x 111 1'IIII'IH llllfl ..lis. ,1. . -1,1 I I 11
as advisers will give an exhibit of their
home work mi Fii.l.--.- Mnreh ::i
short program will he given.
The Parent-Teachers' meeting on
March 24 was very well attended in
spite of the inclemency of the weather.
A very good program was rendered by
the school children.
April fool comes on Saturday.
r red Durbin made a business trip to
, Gervais Tuesday.
The eighth and ninth grades of Cen
tral Howell are planning to attend the
reception given by the Silvertou high
school Friday. .
Benj. Shepherd made a business trip
to Salem Monday. Silvertou Appeal.
A LITTLE WAY
A little way to wall
Only a little way.
Then one of us must
with you, my
weep and walk
Vntil God's dav.
if one of us should go.
And if these lips should ever learn to
With thy heart far from mine,
'Twould Ihi for joy that in a little
They would he kissed bv thine!
Frank L. Siauton.