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THE DAILY CAPITAL JO" KNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1916.
BACKACHE, PAIN IN
Dear Mr. Editor:
For a long tiino I suffered from back-
..!. n' if .: i 1
oho, pain m left side, fre.pient ur.na-
turn (bothering me at all times during)
me day and night), and the. uric acid
in my blood caused me to suffer from'
iheuuiatism along with a coutsant tired!
rorn-out feeling. I heard of the new
discovery of I)r. Tierce, of the Invalid 'a i
Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, !
f. Y., called "Anuric," and obtuining j
these tablets I at once began their use. !
After giving ' Anuric" a good trial I
believe it to be the best kidney remedy
on the market today. I have tried other
kidney medicines but these "Aunrie
Tablets" of Dr. Pierce's are the only
ones, in my opinion, that will cure
kidney and bladder troubles.
(Signed) Henry A. Love..
Noto: Experiments at Dr. Pierce's
Hospital for several years proved that
Amtisirale of rare merit will be
given by Miss Minnetta Mugers
in her attractive new studio for
the members of the .Salem Woman's
club and their invited guests tomorrow
A business meeting will precede the
programme which will be as follows:
My Dear Halter
Down in. the Forost Ronald
Olio Solos Selected
Charles Dune in Half.
Headin", The Orchard
Tiiree Songs From Cvcle of Life
Xfy Thought of Von :
Doe Perfect Day
Mrs. W. Carleton Smith.
Cello Solo Selected
Charles Duncan Kaff.
Villanelle Dell Aequa
Mrs. Wynn Tells How Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound Helped Her
During Change of Life.
Richmond, Va. "After taking
even bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's
. Vegetable Com
pound I feel like a
new woman. I al
ways had a headache
during the Change
of Life and waa also
troubled with other
bad feelings com
mon at that time
dizzy anvils, nervous
feelings and fieat
flashes. Now I am
in better health
than I ever was and recommend your
remedies to al 1 my friends. " M rs. Lena
Wynn, 2812 E. O Street, Richmond, Va.
While Change of Life is a most crit
ical period of a woman's existence, the
annoying symptoms which accompany
it may be controlled, and normal health
restored by the timely use of Lydia E.
J'inkham's Vegetable Compound.
Such warning symptoms are a sense
of suffocation, hot Hushes, headaches,
backaches, dread of impending evil,
timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation
of the heart, sparks before the eyes,
irregularities, constipation, variable ap
petite, weakness and inquietude, and
For these abnormal conditions do not
fail to take Lydla E. l'lnlthain'a Vege
r v '
"Anuric" is 3" times more active than
Lithi-'1 in expelling poisons from tody,
1'or those easily recognized svniptouis
f inflamnmtiouLa8 batkacsbe scalding
urill0 ailJ frcquent urination, as well
as sediment in the urine, or if uric, acid
in the blood has- caused rheumatism, it
is simply wonderful how surely "An
uric" acts. The best of results are al
ways obtained in cases of acute rheu-
mutism in the joints, in gravel and gout, j
and invariably the pains and stiffness
which so frequently and persistently ac-
company the disease rapidly disappear.
Send 10c lor largo trial package or go
to your nenrest drug store and simply
ask. for a 50 cent package of "Anuric"
manufactured by Dr. Pierce. If you
suspect kidney or bladder trouble, send
him a sample of your water and de
scribe symptoms. Dr. Pierce will re
port to you without free or any charge
Trio, Violin, Cello, Piano
.Miss .Mary Schultz, Mr. Kaff, Miss
Kuntz, Miss Lucile Kuntz, ac
Miss Klinore McClaine, oP SUverton,
was the guest of friends in Salem yes
terdav. About seventeen former residents of
New York state met for an informal
evening at the residence of Mrs. Mary
During the evening n New York
Statu society was formed and the fol
lowing officers were elected: F. S.
Birton, president; C ('. Clark, vice
president; Miss Kdith Benedict, secre
tary, and Dr. H. W. Walton, treasurer.
The next social ineetini; of the New
Yorkers will be given at the home of
(1. K. Terwilliger, 770 Ciiemeketa street,
on April the ninteenth.
Those present at the first meeting
were: Mr. ami Mrs. V. S. Harton, Mr.
and Mrs. John Dubois, Mr. and Mrs. W.
K. Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. C. ('. Clark,
Mrs. (ieorie Walton. Miss Kdith Iiene-
.11... U;uu I Wolf. ... Ml. Lnrnnn I
Walton, J. Knnk Puiilap, Dr. K. W.
Walton, 11. E. Terwilliger.
The string orchestra have issued
cards for an informal dancing party to
be given tonight at the Hotel Marion.
An enjoyable surprise party was giv
en Monday evening at the home of" Mr.
anil Mrs. J. R. (libson in honor of
Mrs. (libson 's birthday. The evening
wis passed in playing cards. Kefresli
ments were served.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. George lilgin und
small daughter Helen, Mr. and II rs. II.
Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. S. Dougherty,
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Dougherty, Mr. and
Mrs. liichabaiigh, Mr. and Mrs. K. Ham-
el, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffman, Mr.
md Mrs. B. D. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Kamp, Mr. anil Mrs. .1. .1. Mc
Donald and son, Addis, -Mr. and Mrs.
E. Williams, Mis. Hoffman, Mrs. Cochr
riel. Misses Biriiie and Violet Huffman,
Nellie Free, May Cleveland, bin and
Tonight the musical and elocutionary
pupils of Mrs. Helen Miller Senn, ind
Dr. r'rnnk Wilbur Chase will bo pre
sented in recital at the Willamette uni
Here is the programme.
Pin no Snlii, "March l''antnsliiue,"
Op. 711 Wilson (i. Sinit.i
Miss I.ucilo Ross.
(a) "The World Ts Full of April"
(b) "You And I Anil April" From
"An Ajiril Heart"
Miss I.ela Mc( 'add mi.
(a) "Where Co tiio Hunts"
K. I.. Stevenson
(b) " Lucy" , Wordsworth
(e) "The Vandals" l.ucv I..
(d) "The Vsuul Way"
Miss Margaret Garrison.
I Piano Solo, "The Last Hope"
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ear at First Congregational Church
Tuskeegee Singers at
The First Congregational church of
fer.) a spulendid treat to the people of
Salem tonight when the Tuskeege Insti
tute Jubilee singers will be heard in
concert. The program to be rendered
will consist of the singing of the old
fashioned plantation melodies, negro
spirituals, and dialect readings.
The jubilee singers will be accom
panied bv Charles Winter Wood, a
teacher and speaker who will tell the
. story of the life and work of Booker T.
Washington, who thirty-four years ago
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founded Tuskeege Institute
This meeting will offer a splendid
opportunity for those interested in the
cause repented by this institute to hear
of a word that is regarded as without a
parallel in this country and at the same
time to hear a group of picked jubilee
singers relate tho story of negro life
in the south upon the plantations.
Tirskeege Institute wns founded in
1SK1 by Booker T. Washington, the
.. L. M. Ootlschalk
(a) "Ich Liebo Dich " Edward Grieg
(b) "Berceuse"" Frederic Chopin
Miss Lucile E. Emmons.
(a) "The Sword of Ferrnra"
i F. Bullard
The soag of a sword, "Ferra!
Ferra, made and fashioned me,
in Cordova, in Spain."
(b) "For You Alone" :
Henry E. Geehl
Mr. Archie H. Smith.
Elizabeth Stuirt Phelps
(a) "Hlgoletto" (Paraphrase) ....
(b) ' Sextette" (for left hand
alone) .: Leschetitzsky
Amelia Mcluturff C'ossnlman.
Thursday al'rernoon Mrs. Caroline
lliisliucll entertained Wie pist guar
dians of the Women of Woodcraft circle
at her homo on South Winter street. A
business session preceded an enjoyable
Mrs. Helen Sontliwiclc assisted the
hostess in the serving.
Those present were: Mrs. ('. A. Lytle,
Mrs. Elia Darling, Mrs. Mary R. Davis,
Mrs. W. E. DeLong, Mrs. Helen South
wick, Mrs. Mary Moores and Mrs. An
Mrs. John Bay no and Mrs. Charles
Elgin entert lined the members of the
Missionary society of the First Congre
gational church this afternoon at the
residence of the former on liellevue
There are VI separate processes in the
changing of raw iron into a finisher?
saw of the highest grade.
. Tuskegee Jubilee Singers, who will app
leader of his race in America Ho be
gan his work at that time under the
most discouraging circumstances be
ginning his school with a few pupils
and in an old shack which served the
purpose of a school building. Tuskeege
Institute after 34 years of the most val
uable work now has 1 10 buildings and
2,000 acres of land, the buildings- unite
nnd the farm conducted by the stu
dents. There are 40 distinct trades nnd
industries taught to .ore than J',(MD
students annually by a faculty of 200
teachers and workers.
The First Congregational church of
this city always intensely interests in
all things educational, patriotic and re
ligious cordially invites the people of
.Salem to this rich feast. The doors of
I .-Ill K .:i 1
the church will not be opened until 7
o'clock and the program will begin
promptly at 8 o'clock.
This" splendid evening's entertain
ment will be given without money4 and
without price. No admission will be
charged to the concert but a silver of
fering will be asked for the purpose of
furthering the work of this already fa
mous institution. Everybody invited
and everybody welcome.
DON'T LET SOAP
SPOIL YOUR HAIR
When you wash your hair, be careful
what you use. Most soaps and prepared
shampoos contain too much alkali,
which is very injurious, as it dries the
scalp and makes the hair brittle.
The best thing to use is just plain
mulsified eocoauut oil, Tor this is pure
nmt entirely greaseless. It's very cheap,
and beats the most expensive soaps ot
anything else all to pieces. You can ;
get this at any drug store, and a few ;
ounces will last tho whole family for
Himply moidteni the hair with water
and riib it in, about ji tenspoonful is all
that is required. Itv wakes an abundance
of rich, creamy1 lather, cleanses thor
onghly, and rinse out easily. The hair
dries quickly and evenly, and is soft,
fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wa.vy and
easy to handle. Besides, it loosens and
takes out every particle of dust, dirt
and dandruff. i
ClTP To Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Cupp,
of Aumsville, Oregon, March lfl, mid,
a daughter, to be named Madge Jean
nette. Get the drift of tho world's doings
by reading The Capital Journal.
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S70 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
We move to McGilchrist Bid?, May 1st
Mrs. A. Lilly is in the city from Cor
vallis'. .1. F. Doytch, of Rickreall, waa in the
j. F. Stroud was in the city yester
dav from Beaverton.
L. H. Burton was a Salem visitor
yesterday from Junction City.
Alexander Hutchinson, of Stayton, is
transacting business in the city.
F. X. O'Connor, of Corvjllis, was reg
istered at the Bligii yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cromwell, of Mt.
Angel, were Salem visitors yesterday.
Leonard Dorks, of Kugene, is in the
citv, a guest at the home of his brother,
tim Kev. H. It. Dorks. "
E. Cooke Patton is home for a few
days after a trip of two weeks in the
interest of his post card business.
J. F. Steelhainnier, of Woodburn, was
in. the city last night to attend the in
stallsition of officers of the Elk lodge.
Miss Walker, teacher of domestic
science in the Centralist, Washington,
schools, is visiting friends in the city
Mr. and Mrs. Royal M. Sawtcele, of
Pendleton, are in the citv, the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred II. Steuslnff. Mr.
Sawtelle is a nephew of Mrs. Steusloff,
and is one of the leading jewelers of
COURT HOUSE NEWS :
The first case brought by the state
department of weights and measures on
a charge, of selling a short cord of woo-,
failed to secure a conviction in the
court of this county as the jury in the
case of the Btnte agaiirst E. N. Tracy
returned a verdict of not guilty. The
ea-se against 6. H. Tracy on the same
charge was then dismissed upon the mo
tion of the district attorney on the
grounds of insufficient evidence. It j
was charged that Tracy's wood yard
delivered a cord of wood that contained
but !)7. cubic feet of wood instead of ,
128 cubic feet as prescribed. The short
age, if any, was due to natural shrink
age, in sawing from four foot lengths
to 12-inch lengths according to the opin
ion of the jury.
Charles II. Maxwell has filed a
for damages in the circuit court against
the southern racific company. Max'
alleges in his complaint on Fehruarv 1
of this year lie was returning home
) early in the morning before .lavlii'b
land on Trade and High streets ho was
struck by a coupler of a box car thr
had been left standing on the tra 'k
with the end projecting over the side-
i walk. He asserts that he was walking
home from, his work when the accident
occurred and since Mr. Maxwell weigh
almost as much as Jess Willard he was
seriously injured by the collision. He
alleges that he lost 'four weeks' work
and was damaged thereby nnd his
medical' expenses were $10 more. In
addition he flecks to recover $400 gen
eral damages. AV. C. AV'inslow is attor
ney for the plaintiff.
The ease of Lottie I,. Sherman
against F. I.. Harris was on in depart
ment No. 1 of the circuit court today.
The plaintiff in this action seeks to
recover damages of $7,200 for injuries
alleged to have been received when the
defendant's auto bumped into a motor
cycle upon which the plaintiff and her
husband were riding near Toledo last
The hearing in the Turner riot cases
will not be held this week according
to District Attorney Ringo but will
probably be set for a hearing in the
Turner justice court early next week.
A hearing on the petition for a road
in district Xo. 1 nnd in district No. M
was on before the Marion county court
today. The petition wns first filed from
district No. 11 but through 11 reported
error in the description it is held by
some that the roud is in district N'o. St!.
Remoustrnnces were filed in both dis
tricts against the road.
WANT NOTE FROM ROYALTY
New York, April '. Donatieus of
$100,000 weie being asked of t
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For its Delicious
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GUARD AGAINST IMITATIONS; the genuine
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Week End Specials
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Broken lines all sizes in the lot Vests, Pants and
LOT 1 Special 17c
LOT 2 Special 24c
Baby Caps of Mull, Organdie, Chiffon, hand em
broidered and fine tucked styles every baby cap in
stock including a sample line
SPECIAL, 24c, 98c, $1.48
Women's Sateen Petticoats, elastic fitted tops all
the leading colors
U. G. SHIPLEY CO.
145 North Liberty Street Salem, Oregon
wealthy today by Mrs. Cornelius Van- (
derbilt for a "rovnl relief fund." She
wants, to realize $300,000. 1'heu $100.
000 in gold will be given respectively j
to the president of France, the cznrimi j
of Russia and the queen of Great Bri- J
tain, they to do with it as they like, j
The sum of $140,000 has already been I
Bringing in tho music of old South
cm melodies, the message of the new
south to the people of Oregon, five
members of the Tuskegee institute of
Tuskegee. Alabama, will give an old
time Southern jubilee at tho First C011
greational church tonight.
The program will consist of lld-fnsh-ione.1
plantation melodies, nemo spirit
uals, dialect readings, nnd the history
of the institute and its work, which
will be told by Charles Winter Wood,
one of the teachers.
Xo admission will Tie charged, as it
is the purpose of tho jubilee to ac
quaint all with the wonderful work
which is being done by the colored peo
ple for members of their race in the
I'nder t'10 direction of William llol
brook Wilcott, assistant commandant
at Tuskegee. the jubilee singers are
touring the Western states in tho in
terest of an educational propaganda,
which has for its motive the awakening
if interest and support of the entire na
tion to co-operate with this new move
ment, which is sweeping old institutions
and old conditions from 'suunv Dixie
land. She Made Up a Mixture of
Sage Tea and Sulphur to
Bring Back Color, Gloss
"Common garden sage brewed into a
heavy tea with sulphur added, will turn
gray, streiked am) faded hair beautiful-
j ly dark arid luxuriant, .lust a few ap
plications will prove 11 revelation if
I vnur hair is fading, streaked or gray.
1 Mi.ing the Sage Tea-and Sulpflur recipe
!at home, thouuh, is troublesome. An
easier wiv is to get a ."id-cent bottle of)
Wveth's Sage and Surphur Compound j
I at any drug store all ready fur use. This
is the old time recipe improved by the
.'addition of other ingredients.
While wispy, gray, nuled huir is not 1
intul. we all desire to
retniu nor I
youthful appearance and attr ictivetiess.l fP8 itching scalp. It is sure and safe
By darkening your hair with Wycth's'i? ? S8"?. easy to use and will uot
Sage snd Sulphur ( omponiid. no one '
can tell, because it does it so nnturallv.
Ton .mst dampen a sponge
nr soft brush with it and draw this
through your hair, tilting our small
strand it a time; by morning nil gray
huirs have disappeared, ami, after an
other application or two, your hair be
comes beautifully .lark, glossy, suit md
This preparation is a delightful toilet
requisite and is not intended for the
cure, initiivitiiin nr i,ru..,..t in.. ..e .l:u
Flavor, its Excellent Quality
GET THEM OF
216 N. Commercial St.
Ycur Nose Makes
TI10 palate tickling odor
rf of baking when Merit
Vanilla 1 used makes
you long (or it to come
out of the oven. It's the
surest and purest you
Order a 25c Bottle
These Prices good until
further Notice. We de
liver any place in city
and reasonable distance
3 cans Libby's solid pack
3 cans best Iowa Corn 25c
3 cans String Beans 25c
T.arge size Pineapple 15e
2 cans choice, table Teaches 2Sc
2 cans choice table Apricots 25c
3 cans extra choice Salmon; 25c
3 cans extra choice stag
2 cans extra choice Columbia
River Salmon .. 25c
R cans oil Sardines 25c
3 cans minced Clams 25c
R. N. MORRIS
2376 Fair Grounds Road
Zemo for Dandruff
Tou do not want a slow treatment
when hair is falling and the dandruff
perm is ki lin tha hair roots. Delay
means no hair.
Get, at any drill store, a bottle of
ttmo for 2oc or $L0O for extra law
sue. I se as directed, fnr If .!. n.
It kilt tha I
nourishes the hair roots on.) i,nn,-.i:,.ij
r . ' . .L 1 " "' snnmpooa ar narm-
1 ..... u imy contain alkali. The best
Him to use is xcaio. for it ia rmre .ml
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