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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOIKNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1016.
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Miss Margaret Kodgers and her and Mrs. Fjied Stickles poured. A j M, CUI Jrtn Cf 1 Qftft frt
ek-eml pnests Miss Louise. Lillthi-1 number of the under-class uirls ,liinli- "if" -jneiaon Opcni lif UU IOT
Treatment Without Bene
fit Finally Made Well by
Lydia E. Pinkham' Veg
week-end guests Miss Louise Linthi-
cum, Miss Polly Kerr and Miss Eliza
beth Hailey, retmned to I'ortland bun
day. Miss Margaret Gray who has been
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Me
Nary for several weeks returned to
Mrs, G. V. Walcher entertained the
number of the under-class girls, dainti
ly gowned, served. About two hunij
red smartly gowned guests .called dur
ing the afternoon. Eugene Guard.
The Junior Guild of St. raid's
church, will meet tomorrow afternoon
at the residence of -Mrs. Carey Mar
tin, 6!I7 South Liberty street.
Mrs. Byron L. Hardeiibrook, who
members of the Amiens club at an has been the guest of her mother in
enjoyable sewing at her home on Tues
day altcrnoon. Oregon grape and wild
currant was used to adorn the rooms
Later the hostess served a dainty
hiach assisted by Mrs. C. A. Arpke.
Covers marked places for Mrs. J. Hall,
Mrs. ( A. Arpke, Mrs. A. M. Chap
man, Mrs. E. Wolf, Mrs. Charles guests of Mr. and Mrs. (
Knowland, Mrs. Lee aufield, Mrs,
O. T. Keeton and Mrs. J. K. Pollock,
Mrs. N. A. J'ciiuy who were asked as
Salido, Colorado, for several mouths
returned nimdav, .Mr. Jlardenurook
met Mrs. Hardenlirook in I'ortland and
accompanied her home.
Mrs. Archie Mason and daughter
Esther of Portland were the week end
Mrs. Hal D. Patton and baby daugh
ter, Jefemjrte, retiuned : yesterday
from a two weeks visit in Portland.
A large number assembled at the Mt.
View school building Friday evening
to attend the parent-teacuera meeting.
A delightful and entertaining feature
of the evening was the programme.
Among those contributing were Rev.
James Klvin, who gave an address on
"Opportunity and Courage," Mrs. La
moine ark favored the guests with a
whistling solo, and Miss Polly Olinger
. with a vocal solo.
The home of Miss Clyde Gardner was
the scene of 1 merry surprise party
Wtturday evening, when a number of
the ninth "A" class of the Junior
High school gathered for an informal
evening, Those participating in the
gayetiea were the Misses Vera Wright,
liertntde Tucker, Nellie Jefferson,
Alice Putnam, Anna Loftus, Gertrude
Wylant, Koso Ogleshce, Mabel Gard
ner, and Carl Minton, Arthur Olden
'lierg, Clarence Ingersoll, Nicholis Or
ion, Kllwood Towner, Archie McCul-
Jop, Edwin Toofloy, Clifford Arm
atrong, Eugene Wheeler, Joscjih Teel,
niiour Mourman, William Abbott and
' Harold Sflcot.
Mrs. Blanche Liston Neimoyer went
to Portland Saturday, where she will
llA tile frtwut nf km- ..nnuiit 1 ro A
thur Lennon. '
Mrs. C. J. Olmsted was hostess for
s delightful informal gathering at her
residence, Friuay afternoon; her guests
being the members of the Pythian
elub and several visitors including
Mrs. G. Sellers, Mrs. M. K. Payne, Mrs.
A. St. Helens, Mrs. Maude Cox, Mrs.
Otto Shellburg and Mrs. Uraadeiiburg
of Klamath Kalis.
Mrs. George Winchel will entertain
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i tea honoring at is. uhnrleg A.
Gny, house mother of tho Chi Omega
I'rateinitV. WSM nn int.trnutim, nvuitl
of this afternoon. The roams were
decorated in a green and white color
whemo, which was carried out with
bamboo and cherry blossoms. In the
receiving line were: Mrs. Grav, Miss
Kuth Guppy, Mrs. F. M. Wilkins, Mrs.
. E. Snodgrass, Mrs. If. J. Sheldon,
Mrs. P. L. Campbell and Miss Julia
Burgess. At the tea table, centered
with a lovely mound nf lilies of tho
valley, Miss Mary K. McCormick, Miss
Margaret Kplogcr, Mrs. Prank Jenkins
An interesting function in university
circles last week, was the annual open
houso reception given by tho young
women of Lausanne Hall, Snturday
evening. In the receiving lino were
Dr. anil Mrs. Carl G. Doner, Professor
and Mrs. M. K. Peck, Miss Jiinia Todd,
preceptress of the hall and the Misses
Elmo Ohling, Esther Cox, Glcnna
Teeters and Edith Bird.
The young women of the Hall were
assisted by Mrs. G. hbsen, .Mrs. G. H,
Alden and Mrs. W. E. Kirk, who
showed the guests about the rooms,
Punch was served during the evening
ana tne nuiamette university orches
tra furnished the music for the affair.
through the Change of Life I suffer.
iWitn headaches, ner-
w rule going
It:,. . il!H
i i i t i s t i
Go.ge Moore, of Turne- is
I tc.il E. W. Russ is in tli city from
Martin Nicely is in the city from
Mrs. C. II. Robertson is visiting in
Mrs. J. Rnmseyer of Pratinii is a
E. L. Chaleraft, of S'le , is rogi.'t.r
td t the Bligh.
G. Wilson of McMinuvillc was a Sa
lem visitor yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thus. B. Kay went to
Portland this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Gallowny motor
ed to Htayton yesterday.
Prank Crim, nn attorney of Albany,
is in the city on legal business.
Mr. and Mrs. Hert Dennis visited
Sunday with relatives in Dallas.
Prink H. Ward nttended the in door
trwack meet at Corvallis Saturday,
Clare Howe, of the Eugene Woolen
mills, was a Salem visitor over Sun
day. Mrs. Dennis Croinier of Lebanon was
in tho city Saturday the guest of rel
atives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Laflar went to
Portland this morning on the Oregon
S. A. Harris, one of tho prominert
citi "nn of Hnpmere, is here tr.visneliiij;
Mrs. J. H. Pevree of Pratiim is in
the city tiie guest of her mother Mrs.
J. G. Mnrtzolf of Portland was in
the city Sunday, visiting at tho homo
of E. N. Peetz.
Jonas Ilrewer and wife of York, Ne
braska, are stopping off a week to visit
the cipital of Oregon. They nre tour-
Fill your homo atmosphere with exquisite lasting fragrance
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The prcat French perfume, winner of highest international
awards. Each drop as sweet and fragrant as the living Lilac
blossom. A celebrated connoisseur said : "I don't sec how
you can sell such a remarkable perfume fur 75 ecms a bottle" and
remember each bottle contains 6 oz. it is wonderful value. Try it.
Ask your dealer today for ED. MNAUD'S LILAC. For 10 cats
our American offices will send ytw a testing bottle. Wrilt tvjiy
rASFUMEEIE ED. TLNAUD, Dcpt SI ED. P1NAJJD Bldg., New York
vousness, flashes of
heat, and I suffered
so much I did not
know what I was
doing at times,
spent $1900 on doc
tors and not one did
me any Rood. One
'day a lady called at
ilmy house and said
she had been as sick
a was airviic tunc,
and Lydia E. Pink-
Compound made her well, so I took it and
now I am just as well as I ever was. I
cannot understand why women don't
see now mucn pain and suftenng they
would escape bv takincr vour medicine.
I cannot praise it enoutfh. for it saved
my me ana nepi me irom tne insane
Hospital." Mrs. E. Sheldon, 5657 S.
Halsted St, Englewood, III.
Physicians undoubtedly did their best,
battled with thia case steadily and could
do no more, but often the most scientific
treatment is surpassed by the medicinal
properties of the good old fashioned
roots and herbs contained in Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
If any complication exists it
pays to write the Lydia C Pink
liam Medicine Co., Lynn. Mass.,
for special free advice.
ing home from a winter spent in Cal
ifornia. Mi. and Mrs. Joe H. Ilaker motored
to i'ortland Sun. lay for a trip on the
Columbia highw iv.
H. E. liobertso'n of Turner, a candi
date on the Republican ticket for the
legislature, is in the city.
Piesident Kerr, of the 0i;. Agri
cultural college, is in the'.'iy to confer
with the state board of hif in r curricu
lum. Prank Van Lydegraf of Eugcut has
moved to the city and will becomo as
sociated with iiis" brother Jacob Van
Lydegraf in the business recently pur
chased of Peetz brothe rs on north
Shipments of Shoes Just Arrived Include.
White Canvas High Top, with black sole and heel,
black eyelets. A brand new style.
White Nu-Buck High Boot, with brown sole and i
heel. 1 he latest thing out.
All Black High Top Boot, in all leathers. Shoes
that will please.
Black Shoe with white sole. A snappy style for
New Bronze High Top with brown cravenette top.
I CI J SlJllStl.
We sell these Shoes from 50c to 75c per pair less I
than other stores charge. The styles are just as new ; ;
and the quality as good. See them in our windows. ::
416 State Street, Salem, Oregon.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled. .We Pay Postage on Z
Zeppelin Fleet Makes
Raid Over Scotland
By Wilbur S. Forrest.
(T'nited Press Staff Correspondent.)
London, April 3. Ten uersnna wei-
killed and M injured when a fleet of
six Zeppelins dropped 53 bombs on the
coast of Scotland lust night, it was of
ficially announced today by the ad-niiritlitv.
Among the -slain were throe children.
Two women and four children were
among the wounded. Scvernl hotels
and dwellings were wrecked. No
military damage was accomplished.
vnue mis suy fleet was raining
dentil on fcfeotluud towns a lone Zep
pelin raided the eastern counties of
hnglnnd. There were no casualties.
Berlin, April 3. Zeppelins last niirht
attacked and hurled bombs on Kdin-
burgh, l.eith and Newcastle, .Scotland,
it was officially announced today.
Councilman Otto Wilson
Pays $10 for BreakLig
City Speed Ordinance
Councilman Otto AVilson appeared ia
police court today before Judge Elgin
and pleaded guilty to a charge of
speeding bis auto oa Mission street anj
paid J fine of S10. Mr. Wilson has ap
peared before in police court on a
charge of speeding and has contributed
several dollars for breaking city ordi
nances as well as contributing "consid
erable time in making them. Mr. Wil
son is a firm advocate of a reduced
police force and contends tnat there
are plenty of officers on the pres
ent force. The question of whether
or not another is to be added will
probably come up at tonight 's meeting
of the city council.
Mr. and Mrs. Innes Are
On Their Way to Atlanta
San Antonio, Texas. April 3. En
route to faco trial on charges of lar
ceny after trust, Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Innes, of Eugene, Ore., are on their
way to Atlanta, Ga., today. They lyive
just finished serving 18 months in pris
on here. It ia alleged Innes stole $12,
000 entrusted to him by Mrs. Eloise
Nelms Dennis while he was her lawyer.
Mrs. Dennis and her sifter, Miss
Beatrice Nelms, of Atlanta, disappeared
mysteriously in 1914. Innes and his wife
were arrested on suspicion of killing
the two women, but rev were acouitted
on an instructed verdict.
Total 140,386 Yoters
The report of the county clerks to
the secretary of state show that a to
tal of 140,38(5 voters were registered
in this state March 2.1. Of this num
ber 93,480 or 6(3.59 percent were re
publicans; 35,224 or 25.09 percent ad
mitted that they were Democrats. 843
or ,000 percent were progressives, 3220
or -.jo percent were prohibitionist
3328 or 2.37 percent were Socialists
ind 4191 or 2.99 per cent were miscel
laneous. The totil registration in Marion
county on this date was 9512, of which
0735 were republicans, 1982 were dem
ocrats, 34 progressives, 335 prohibi
tionists, i.) socialists, and 72 miscel
laneous. Multnomah county was first
with a total registration of 45,7S2 and
Lane was second with 9732.
Torpedo Sunk Sussex 300 Dead or Injured
In Zeppelin Raids
By Robert J. Bender.
Washington, April 3. President Wil
son is rapidly accumulating evidence
tending to indict Germany for recent
submarine attacks on unarmed steamers
iu the Knglish channel. Word hns been
received thut new affidavits have been
The new testimonial strengthened
the udaiinist ration 'a position that a
German submarine torpedoed the steam
er Sussex in the channel, jeopardizing
Americans, aim tnat submarines were
responsible for other recent disacters
in which citizens of this country were
I he Mtuation was again described ns
most serious." tomorrow enhinet will
(discuss the proof already at hand. Bv
unit time it will possiory have definite
word nf Berlin's attitude on the new at
tacks, in view of Ambassador Gerard's
cable saving he anticipated nn earl;
reply to his inquiries.
The suggestion that a submarine
might have mistaken the Sussex for a
British transport were Berlin's f
admission that there wus even a bare
possibility of a torpedo having caused
the disastrous explosiou.
C. W. HASTINGS SUICIDES
Portland. Or., April;!. Discouraged
with life, Charles W. Hastings, a prom
inent insurance man, this morning
dressed himself in evening clothes, and
after the most elaborate preparations,
committed suicide by taking chloroform
in his office. His body was found sev
eral hours later. -r
ITCHY SALT RHEUM
Sometimes Called Ec2tma--Removed
by Hood's Sartaparilla.
Snlt rheum is one of the worst and
unfortunately one of the most com
mon of all diseases. How it redden
the skin. Itches, ooaeo, dries and
scales, and then doea thia all over
attain! Sometimes It covers the,
whole body with Inflamed, burning
patches and causes intense sulTerhiK,
which Is commonly worse at niiiht.
Local applications may rto some
Rood, but they rrtnnnt permimently
relieve. The disease will continue to
annoy, pain and perruip aKontx.
until the blood lias bn purtlied and
the KcneraJ health tmprovnd.
Ask your driiRiilst for Hood's Sar
sapnrllla, the Rood old reliable family
remedy. It has Riven perfect satis
factlon In thousands of rases. In
sist on haviiiR Hood's P&rsaparilla,
for no substitute acta like lt .Got
George Clark, the
Escaped Convict, Is
Captured In California
tured in Bokesfield. Pal., aud Fnrnle
Officer Joe Keller, left Salem this af
ernonn to return the man. Clark was
sent up from Lane county to do a five
year sentence for burglary and was
serving his second term at the pen when
ne mane nis escape, fie was regarded
as a dangerous man, and the governor
offered a reward of 200 for his cap
ture in addition to the standing reward
of $50 which is ofcred for the return
of escaping prisoners.
Parole Officer Keller stated thir
morning that the finger prints of the
man captured in Bakersfield had been
compared and that there was no doubt
but that, he man was Clark.
Clark made a spectacular escape aft
er drilling through the bars of his e
and stopping up the holes with bread
crumbs and dirt until all was ready for
the big event. He made his way ou'
through a barred window by sawing eft
a bar and then went over the ceil honfe
and lowered himself to the ground by
climbing down the window grating.
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145 North Liberty Street Salem, Oregon
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J COURT HOUSE NEWS i
The April term of tho circuit court in '
department No. 1 opened this morning!
with Judge Kelly ou the bench. The'
first case on the docket was that of J.
V. Levitt & Co. against B. M. Dimmick.
This is an action brought by tho plain
tiffs, who represent the distributing
department of the Overland Auto coin
paiiy, to recover $1,053.41) from Mr.
Dimmick, for auto supplies alleged to
have been sold and delivered to the de
fendant. Mr. Dimmick sets forth in his
counter claim that he was the agent
of the Overland company in Woodburn
and that they represented that they
would give him additional territory if
he would move to .Salem to conduct an
Overland agency in this city. He claims
he moved to .Salem but utter he went
into business hero they cut down his
territory and thut they caused a lass of
business to him and that he was dam
aged in the sum of $12,814.50 and seeks
damages in this sum. W. C. Winslow is
attorney for the defendant and the
firm of Chamberlain, Thomas & Krenm
er, of Portland, represents the plaintiffs.
(Continued From Page One.)
death from above, (iermnn submarine
attacks were renewed with vigor. Knur
vessels were M.n.k in one day and nearly
20 persons perished.
The British have authoritatively de
nied the Herman statement giving Ber
lin's version of the raid which resulted
in the 1.15 being destroyed. With re
gard to the Teutou announcement, a
British government official said to
day. "The night was unusually clear. If
the raiders were ignorant of localities
in ideal weather how can they hope to
do military damage by dropping Zep
pelin bombs under less favorable con
ditions! The reports that British muni
tions factories were attacked and land
batteries silenced are absurd."
As Berlin Tells It
Berlin, April 3. Zeppelins raided
the British coast Saturday night,
bombarding large iron w.orks ind indus
trial establishments in Middlebrough
and Sunderland with great success, the
admiralty announced todny.
"Dur naval nirshis again attacked
the Knglish coast." said the statement,
"Thev dropped bombs on blast furn
aces, large iron works and industrial
establishments south of tne Kiver Tees
in Middlebrough and Sunderland for an
aour aud a half. (These districts are
22 miles north of London.)
"Fires lollowed large, explosions
caused by our bombs. Successful re
sults were very noticeable. Despite x
severe shelling all our Zeppelins re
London, April 3. Three children
were killed and two womeu and four
children, injured iu last night's Zeppelia
raid on the coast of Scotland, it waf
officially announced today. Fifty bombs
KN'GLKBART To Mr. and Mrs. A. Ku
glebnrt, 1244 Waller street, April 2.
191H. at the Willamette S.initr'iiiia, u
daughter, to be named Siargaret
Mr. Kngleliart is employed at the
Roth Grocery companv.
LArsrHIKS To Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lapsvhie of North
Commercial street. Saturdav April
1. lftlti. a sou.
Max Kaabe, a resident of North Sa
lem, who was indicted by the grand
jury at its recent session ou a charge
of assault alleged to have been com
mitted upon a bootblack of this city, !
Express shipment of
Spring Shoes of New
est and Latest Models
Reinhart's Shoe Store
152 N. Commercial St.
for the plaintiff.
.from the train FriJ.iy n.-jht. Today
Attorney Kalph Mooies left for Oak-
was arrested Saturday evening bv u,.,,. i ornce or jno co imj ciers iou..j in .
uty Sheriff Oscar Lower und lodged thur r- Ireland, a farmer or In.
iu the county jail.
Alleging that Dr. W. H. Bvrd is
"earelcss, reckless and incompetent
auto driver," S. I Anderson, propriet
or of the (treat Western Garage on
North High street, today filed a suit
'for $lli,iWd damages in the circuit court
of this county. The pfuintit'f states in
his complaiut that on April 11. l!l:
he was sitting along the wall near the
entrance of his garage when the doctor
attempted to drive through the 11-foot
driveway leading into the garage,
says the doctor's enr hit the post
alongside of the driveway and pinned
him, the plaintiff, to the wall, causing
sundry damages to xwe person of the
idaintiff. Mr. Anderson says his b
foot was mashed and bis left hip nnd
thoulder were bruised ami his back was
sprained. He claims tho injury caused
him to lose eight months' work ar
that his services are worth 100 per
month, his doctor bill is put at
nurse hire $:!Mt and drugs and X-ray
pictures nt $175. Other damages and
physical sufferings he estimates ta be
worth J15.000 and rrsks for a total
$lrt,t'.rt in all. A. A. Hall is attornev
A marriage license tvns issued at the I land to look after the case in that city.
Ar- Governor Withycombe refused to issuo
a requisition for extradition unm-is un-
(irove, nnd Ada M. Snook, of this city, j til he had the opinion of the attoru-y
Other marriage licenses issued this general on tho questions u.volv.'d. The
week end were to: l.ucilius K. Peebles, charge preferred bv her hrsbaud m
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"I -.K'u iuilll iji.-iijf nnvvi, a ,-mi- .".m aivwtiujj a .tiiu tuuiv i.fr L o Iilll,-
penter, and Mrs. Harriett Walker, oi or children with her.
2075 North Fifth street; WnTtcr Heinke,
a Salem laborer, and Hauna K. .Tmi: j '
hurrr nf Llmnnhv PI) n rlpo T. Winl.1,.1
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i Sulnm Kiitl..rn, llr..r HI., I Mvill.. I'M, I .
abeth Shull, ulso of Salem.
Clove Simkins nnd Rex Turner enter
ed pleas of not guilty in department
No. 1 of the circuit court Saturday aft
ernoon nnd thoir trial wivs set for Wed
nesday, April 12, on an indictment
charging them jointly with misappro:
priation of state funds.
ASK FOR and GET
Cheap tabetitutea coat T07 Mint prica,
Alien In SALEM, OREQON, itca i
Strictly Mod era
Tr and Private BaUu
SATES: 75c 11.00, 11.50 JEB DAT
The anly hotel in the business district
Nearest to til Depots, Theatre aad
A Home Away Itom Horn;
T. O. BLian. Prop.
Bota Phones. Frea Auto Ens.
Twenty-four jurors wer in attend
ance at the circuit court this morning
for jury duty at tho present term. Sev
en were excused for various causes.
Nick Schacfer, o'f Kast Mt. Angel, has
died since he was drawn on the jury lii-t
nnd his name was stricken from list bv
order of Judge Kclily, Jmes F. Smith
of Champoeg, Harry Hobart, of Scotts
Mills, were excused on account of physi
cal incapacity, P. L. Mattieux, of Butte
ville. was excused on account of ill
ness, Joseph 11. Albert is an attorney
nt law and Roscoc I.augley is an exempt
fireman. Kmerson (troves has removed
from the county. The following were
in court: A. B. Crosby, Scollard; L. H
Fi-cher, East Silverton; Jonas M. Wi'1
Aurora; Stephen Hemshorii. WimI Mt
Angel; J. C. Clearwater, Salem No. 11;
E. E. Tanner, Salem No. Wm. Zim
merman. Jefferson; i'. J. Kress, Salem
No. 3; Conrad Dillmau, Salem No. 7:
Gust Hoyden, Cmisan; S. I Mercer,
Donald; Geo. Higgens, Croisan; John
Boyee. Salem No. 12; (. D. Bowen.
North Silverton; L. W. Durant, East
Woodburn; Chas. Hiiiz, Englewood
Frank Mi, pes, Snlem No. 4; G. W. Lu
cas, Salem No. 3; H. L. Bents. Aurora;
John Marthnler, Fairfietld; F. A. Me
Intire. Salem No. 1; Fred Ila.-siug.
East Mt, Angel; C. P. Neibort, Stny
ton; Geo. Kecch, Stayton.
Tee Lai Sou, the Chinese woman who
left this city Thursday, without her
husband's knowledge tor an Frin.'iscn
is still in custody iu O.ikland, fa!.,
where she was arrestcl as she stepped
Mustcrole Gives Delicious Comfort
When those sharp pains go shooting
through your head, when your skull
seems as if it would split, just rub a lit
tle ML'STEROLE on the temples and
neck. It draws out the inflammation,
soothes away the pain gives quick
MUSTEROLE is a clean, white oint
ment, made with oil of mustard. Better
than a mustard plaster and does not blis
ter! Doctors and nurses frankly recom
mend MUSTEROLE for Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, Croup, Stiff Neck, Asthma,
Neuralgia, Congestion, Tlearisv, Rheu
matism, Lumbago, Tains and Aches of
the Back or Joints, Sprains, Sore Mus
cles, Bruises, Chilblains, Frosted Feet
Colds of the Chest (it often prevents
At your druggist's, in 25c and 50c jars,
and a special large hospital size for $2.50.
.J?' u" voa Bft the genuine MUS
TEROLE. Refuse imitations get what
you ask for. The Mustcrole Company,
:301 Bank of Commerce Building, .
I'aone 3!)3 Salem, Ore.