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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOI'RNAL. SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1916.
COW IN CHAPEL UPSETS
ROUTINE AT WILLAMETTE
Shoes for Men
For MEN who want correct
styles at moderate cost. One
of the smartest. and fore
most showings in the city
in these lines.
SCENE FROM "LOVELY MARY
There is every evidence thut little femininity',
.Mary Miles Minter will hereafter TVe
known !is "Locelv Marv. since the
rfU.n of the wnmierfiil feature of that :
title on the Metro program. No name j
could fit th e" flower of the screen ,
more nptlv, as in this feature she is thei
embodiment of all that is exquisite in j
COURT HOUSE NEWS
A suit yvns filed in the circuit court
today by Klixa 11. Cook ag linst M. M
IJiel to collect on a note upon which the
sum of Si.'M and interest are alleged
doe. In addition to a judgment in the
original sum the plaintiff seeks to add
costs and $47!) attorneys fees. The note
ia secured by a mortgage on hO acres of 1
land in this county.
Slnniri. Fnrrnr was toilav awininted i
Vjv Judee Hushey as administrator of i
the estate ot I nomas .lonnson wno men i itismisso'l our .uiuge neiiv
at St. Louis, Missouri, January 8, ISHMhia objection and ordered
aged H- years. The estate ot the ile- j
wased consists of 10H shares of stock
in the Thomas Kay Woolen Mill com-
i.any with a par value of $100 ea'-h.'
The appraisers are K. C. tiiltner, P.
Patterson and C. R. Monres. The heirs
of the estate reside in England.
J. A. Roberts was today appointed
administrator of the estate of Thomas
". riloper, who died July 19, li10, leav
ing real property to the value of $1M)0.
The heirs are Henry Sloper, a son who
Will Be With You Again Soon
AND AN ALL NEW COMPANY
Clever Suits that have a faculty of
making a man's appearance flawless.
Handsome, not flashy, extremely dis
tinctive garments of A-l quality, and
an excellent display of them are ready
for your Easter needs in our MEN'S
. CLOTHING SHOP. Our suits are very
superior; they are fit for any man, no
matter how fortunate. They are ideal
Easter clothes, and we ask you to earn
estly consider them. Make an investi
gation as harsh and critical as you
please, and Watch Them Make Good.
Besides Miss Minter
1 ... 1 i 1, tr cast includes
the strung soi-sib-li
lie Vernon, My-
Tliom is .1. Carrr;an
I-'erd Tidinarsh, Franl
ra t.rnulis ami uai i m m. ..u v
Mary is booked to lie shown here at tin
Oregon theatre ..'umlay and Monday.
resides in Pan Jose. I aliform i, and I
yi l.' sn.nl a ,lnu iter, who re-,
des in Sumas Washington.
The unusual proceedure of a man be-
:ing charge with burglary and objecting
to the case against lum being uismi:ioii
upon motiton or xne oisirici uuurui-
appeared to startle Judge Kelly's court;
this afternoon. William F. Porter wns j
indicted on a charge of larceny of tL'O
from John Weaverling at Donald. The I
case was continued from last term and I
was set for trial this afternoon. Dis-1
1 rict Attorney liingo moved to dismiss
the case on the grounus or lnsuiiicicni
' evidence and the absence ot a macrinl
witness. Attorney William Lord tor th
defendant objected to the case being
naturalization day in
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Americans were admitted to full citi
zenship. Rasmus Anderson, of Jeffer
son, renounced his allegiance to Den
mark. Richard Claxton, of Shayv, a na
tive of Kngland, had his case, taken
under advisement. Nelson Norman Car
penter and Harry Bertram Carpenter,
both of Salem route 3. natives of Can
ada, were admitted. Jacob Andrew Rise,
of 12ii5 North Nineteenth street, snlem
a native of Norway, was also admitted
with Louis Cromer, of r?alem route;
three. ' '
The case of Benton B. Short against
George A. Ltzel, went to the jury this
aftcrnoon'at 2 o'clock. This is an ac
tion brought to recover damages of 2.
: 100 aliened to have been sustained
through a breach of contract.
TRY SALEM FIRST
HOUSEHOLD HINTS J
Vegetable Soiiji Boil in two quarts
water one cup each of chopped cabbage,
potatoes and turnips; season to taste
and when tender add one cup chopped
celery, one (juart tomatoes and 1 1-2
cups macaroni. Cook until done and
serve hot. Good and nourishing.
Mock Fish Grind one cup pecan
meats nn done cup black walnut meats
mix with two cups cold boiled huminy,
half cup bread crumbs, tw hard-cooked
eggs chopped fine, tablespoon parsley,
tablespoon grated onion, salt anil pep
per to taste, nnc-well-lieaten egg. Shape
like fish, bake half hour in moderate
oven. Serve with llollandaise sauce
and sliced lemon.
1'otato Siusage fine-half cup butter
I (scant), one-fourth pound choppe
i unions, one-half pound boiled mushed
j potatoes, one-half pound bread crumbs,
j salt and. popper to taste, two beaten
eggs. Mix all ingredients thoroughly
together with a spoon (wooden spoon
; is best), then form into sausages; tie
each well in cloth ami boil exactly as a
i roiy poiy. jr not to lie Ijcnren when
i ewlv cooked, put nside; until when
Wai,1(.,. This sausage is also good if
lornim - M is added iistca.l of bread
.crumbs, or it may be made half oatmeil
aim ?air uteaa cruinos. Mitii'-ieut lor
' cp. e sausn ges.
Hot Cabbage Salad One small head
cabli.ige chupped fine. Itressitig: One
ctrtr. oiu. t ji ti li.wliiKin lmttiir mm i.il.tn.
j p0(m ,.. two tiiblcsimdiis vincunr.
illur tablespoons thick sweet cream,
. 0nt-f mirth teaspoon mustard, salt unit
j pepper to taste. Mix all together, cook
till thick, pour over cabbage and serve
Italian Luncheon Salad To 1 1-2
cups cooked Italian peas add one cup
diced apples, half cup diced celery,
one-fourth cup cooked raisins, l'ut
French dressing over all but raisins, let
j siaim miriy minutes, arrange on lettuce
leaves, stew raisins on top, serve very
cold. Cream cheese sandivishes are a
Oyster Salad Two cups oysters, two
cups diced celery, two eggs, onefourth
cup cream, one-fourth cup vinegar, one
half teaspoon mustard, one-fourth tea
spoon celery salt, one-half teaspoon salt,
few grains cayenne, one tablesjioon but
ter. Drain, elean and parboil oysters;
drain again. Heat the eggs, add slow
ly the cream and vinegar, seasonings
and butter. Cook in double boiler un
til like soft costard. Add the drained
oysters. Col on ice and at serving
time adil the celery. Serve on crisp
Things Worth Knowing.
When boiling eggs wet the shells thor-
oughly in cold water before dropping in
the boiling water; thev will not crack.
hiving a carpet in a room where
there is X register, the center of the i
sipiare section covering register should '
be pierced by the shears., then the car
pet should be cut diagonally to the four
corners. The four pieces should be
turned under. If the carpet is ever
taken up to be used elsewhere, tho
For the first time this rear no
chapel services were held at Willam
ette' Vniversity this morning although
the entire student body showed more
interest in the "exercises" than has
been aroused on th eenmpus in many
moons. Instead of a speaker this morn
ing a Jersey cow occupied the "post of
honor." IShe was chained to the post
with a log chain which was secured
with a padlock and it was necessary to
filo bossy loose before she could be m
stored to her owner. In the meantime
Adams, a junior and varsity pitcher,
milked the cow while she chewed her
end and made herself nsmuch at home
as if she were in her owu little boi
Recently the faculty made a ruling
that every student must attend the de
votional exercises at chapel at 10 a. in.
This morning when C. C. .Clark,
the superintendent of the buildings
and grounds, unlocked the chapel door
to build a fire he was horrified to find
pieces may be easily domed together
again and hardly noticed.
To Make Dustless Dusters Add one
tablespoon e.ich of linseed oil and tur
pentine to one ipiart of boiling water.
Wet cloth in this solution and wring
Stair Carpet Pads Stair carpet pads
may be made by folding waste cotton
or pie?es of old quilts in newspapers.
Have thetn a Utile shorter than carpet
is wide. It will preserve carpet anil
deaden the Bound of footsteps. Old
pieces of carpet doubled are verp good
fur this purpose.
Haricot of llutton Two tablespoons
chopped onions, two tablespoons butter
or drippings, two cups water, suit and
pepper, 1 1-2 pounds lean mutton or
lamb cut in two-inch pieces. Fry onions,
add meat and brown, cover witii water
and cook until meat is tender. Serve
with border of lima beans and chopped
Small roast fowls often burn be
fore done. Take a piece of clean white
cloth, fold five or six times, wring out
of water, lay on top of fowl and baste
as often as necessary, not removing'
doth. The cloth keeps steirn in. It
will be much sweeter and juicier in this
Quick Way To Cut Noodles After
noodle doit eh is ilrv. but not brittle, cut
j into strips about two to three inches
wuie anil my mcse sins our u m ui
the other, wnen they may lie cut broad
or fine as desired.
' War on the "peace hat," a lute i
Citation in spring millinery, is an im-!
nnnent possibility. Women friends '
of the birds declare the love with
which the hat is trimmed must go
l el'ore they will stt the hat on their I
fair heads. They are for peace, they :
declare, but they say they will not!
advertise their principles at the i
price of an innocent bird's life. j
Privately, those who are advoeat-:
hg the wearing of the "peace hat" ;
have confessed that the alleged ;
"dove" is not a "real-for-sure" dove i
at all. They gay it is made of chick-1
en feathers. Nevertheless the bird I
( bnmpions declare it looks likq a I
real dove and they will not wear it. !
The subject has been brought to,
tit attention of the National Asso-;
nation of Audubon Societies of !
America, the last authority on bird I
f " 1.
, WAR DECLARED ON THE "PEACE HAT" ;
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a skeleton, which had been removed
from the laboratory, rattling its dry
bone in the morning breeze and
'(ueen Arabella" was ratiling her
chnin impatiently at the postponed
Mr. ( lark turned in the alarm and
the ehapel windows sold at a premium
for a limited peek at the "crowd" in
side. Each member of tho faculty,
beiivj; a specialist in his particular line,
disclaimed any practical knowledge- of
cows, and bossy remained on the ros
trum until the janitor filed the chnin
and J. B. Ash by, the owner of the
cow, could be called to recover his
property. She was boosted down the
stejm of the chapel and taken home
while the. camera fiends of tho student
body took unceusorcd views of the per
formance. The perpetrators of the joke have not
been located so far and it is doubtful
if they will be, though several of the
classes have passed resolutions de
nouncing the '.'outrage." However the
chapel is still untenanted.
Orange jelly and cream is a favorite
dish of the Hussiau royal family.
King George has lately been devoting
some time to the study of Russian.
Queen Mary's accounts of her per
sonal expenditure are kept by her chief
The prince of Wales, during his stay
in London, has risen every day at six
o'clock in the morning. From London
Girls! Don't you know that more
than three months of the glad leap
year have hurled themselves into the
depths of time! lictter be getting busy.
A local minister says: "All Fool's
day is the Judgment day." Think it
I'sually the man who "makes good"
in the town where he was raised is an
If hard work received us much atten
tion from some people as baseball does
there would be mote mansions in Sa
lem. WANT LOWEE COAL RATES
Washington, -pvil 13. The Southern
California Fuel Dealers 'association of
Lps Angeles today asked tho interstate
commerce commission to lower coal
freight tariffs from Gallup, N. M., to
Pasadena, Los Angeles and Lamanda
l'.uk, over the Santa Fe railroad.
Get the drift of the world's doings
by reading Tho Capital Journal.
protection. The society is making n
vigorous fight against t'hc use tf bird
plumage for hat trimmings. Sec
retary Pearson says if the alleged
"bird" is the body of a real dove, the
Audubon authorities certainly are
ngainst its use in millinery.
"As lonr; us they make tlie.W
'doves' out of the feathers of do
mestic birds, there can certainly be
no objection to women wearing
them," said Mr. Pearson, "unless
perhaps it may be said that by do
ing so they r-re encouraging' the
general subject of feather-wearing.
"The feathers of wild birds cannot
be obtained unless birds are killed,"
said Mr. Pearson, "and thc-tefore'
should never be worn; on the other
hand, ostrich feathers arc legitimate
as well as beautiful decorations and
are approved by the Audubon so
AMERICA'S MOST EMINENT TRAGEDIAN
With an extraordinary cast including the i n t e rnational
artist and beauty, BARONESS I)E WITZ
Three Days O nly BLIGH THEATRE No Raise in 1ricCS
.Noted Star Makes Film Debut
In Thanhoaser Mutual
Frederick Wardo as Silas Marner
In Thanliouser-Mutunl Mastorpicturc,
Do Luxe Edition.
Frederick Warde, tho noted English
actor, star in the Mutual Mnstcrpicturo
Do Luxe Edition, "Isilus Marner,'' a
novel, which wil 1 be shown at tho
liligh Theatre today, toniorroyv and
Saturday, is ono of tho greatest of liv
ing actors and is a recognized authority
on Shakespeare and his dramas. He is
well koniv throughout tho Continent
and in tho United States as a lecturer
on Shakespeare and as a star in Shake
His career on the legitimate slage
has been a long and brilliant one and
his nnme is familiar to all followers of
tho best in the drama. It was no easy
task to persuade him to net in front
of the camera, but when he saw the
scenario for "Silus Marner," which he
declares is his favorite novel, he suc
cumbed to the lure of tho screen and
consented to appear in tho Mutual fea
ture production under the direction of
his son Kdward AVarde, one of the best,
known directors in filindon, who has
turned out ' ninny artistic successes
from the Thanhouser studios.
Those yvlio remember Mr. AVarde on
the stage yvill welcome him to the
screen as he has never appeared to
such excellent advantage a s in the
title role in " Silas 'Marner,' ' a picture
which has never been excelled in the
history of moving picture dramas.
New Today Ad work while you
sleep will have results lor you in the
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W9 "fl "J?1!
A greater Picture with the
same cant as "The Spoilers"
Efan Bessie parmcale KA
PLAY is wonderful.
Wo play dealing
with the problems
of life with the
rocks on which so
bargains are wreck
ed has yet been seen.
and wife, every
beau and sweet
heart, will appreci
ate thi3 true story
of domestic Ameri
There's a gripping
story that holds y our
and never lets a
Tomorrow & Saturday
SAM J. CURTIS
Varieties 0f Vaudeville
World's Champion Jumper
.' LEW WELLS
Monologue and Saxaphone
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A glance backward into the
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