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rwri TTTF. TUTLY CAPITAL JOT RNAL. SALEM,
OREGON. FRTPAY, APKTLUIOlfl.
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Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1915
For its Uehcious flavor, its txceuem vjuuiy
and iti High Food Value.
GUARD AGAINST IMITATIONS; the genuine
package has the trade-mark of the chocolate girl on
the wrapper and is made only by
WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD.
Ertablished 1780 DORCHESTER, MASS.
.Accidentally Set Fire to Her
Clothing and Is Fatally
( U.I. FAT. Off.
Vocal solo, Mrs. AIari Atcfiilchrist.
Heading, Mrs. N. II. Lcffinwcll.
I'iano solo, Miss Mil lie Leisi.
Vocal solo, Mis. H. C. Kennedy.
Those present wore: llov. I'orter and
Mosdnnics K. T. I'orter, Marie .Mdjilch
rist, A. I,, (ioill'rev, II. 10. liolingcr, I).
The Misses Agues an,l .Toe Priscoll, ; 1). OlniHtead, ('. C. Hiker, Chttord hi
Mrs. Thomas B. Kay entertained yes
terday afternoon with n few tables of
li'iJK. A wore or more prominent ma
Irons were her guests.
The score honor was nwarded.to Mrs.
Kollin K. J'dge.
of the University of Oregon, have ar
rived home tor n visit.
Monday evening the Willamette
Westminister (hiild met at the rcsi-
gin, .1. D. liurlier, I'. .Moore, ueo. vi
esko, J. K. I'eck, J. C. Caiupljell P. S.
Hartley, II. 11. Stanton, II. E. Phillips,
('. M. (iriines, V. A. Clements, Martha
Peters Chan. Minis. T. W. Hrnnk, H.
ilencc of Mrs. K. S. Wallace on Court W, Waleher, E. W. Powers, K. Wils
street. The meeting was presided over
by Miss 1'lora Case, the new president.
During tlio evening several interest
ing talks were given. Miss Region
1 Olio's subject wns " Kmigrnnts," Miss
Kmily I'llnicr, "The Hull House in Chi
eago, " and Miss Kumsdcll gave an ac
count of her trip home from Europe
after the war wns declared.
Mrs. 0. V. Lewis, of Council, Idaho,
is the guest of Rev. and Mrs. II. C.
Stover. Mrs. Lewis will visit in Pa
Mrs. Paul Hauser entertained this
'Afternoon with a delightful sewing. Jt
was an informal affair, her guests be
ing the members of a Kensington club.
The members of the Loyal Woman's
class were delightfully entertained on
Thursday afternoon in the parlors of
the Christian church. The rooms were
deeorntei lor the occasion with dog
wood and ferns. A feature of the af
ternoon was an enjoyable programme
which was as follows:
K. (iilliiiglinin, r'anny Mulkoy, S. ltiggs,
Will May, J. Kings, A. .1. Keach W. E.
Thomas, Annie High, (!. S.' Nichols, A.
J. Hastings, of D.illas; K. E. Wilson, H.
C. Kennedv, S. A. Stone, S. C. Slone,
C. C. Witzel, V. A. Pennev ,T. Hall, A.
Porter, C. II. Chapel, L. X. Chil.ls, X.
II. Leflinwell and M. 1). Hodgin.
The hostesses lor the afternoon were:
Mesdnmes: Horn Clark, tl. i Seely,
II. liadcliff, E. W. Ryiler, Mary llowd,
II. .1. Canatsey, Ransom and Flora
The meeting of the I). A. 1!. to be
held at (he residence of Mrs. Homer
Smith Snflurdiyv afternoon has been
postponed until further notice on ac
count of the funeral of Mrs. Stephen
Margaret Helen Harper, the. four-year-old
daughter of Mrs. Vivian Har
per, Sixteenth and Hiues streets, while
attempting to start a fire with matches
at her home yesterday afternoon, re
eeived burns from which she died a few
hours later at the Salem hospital.
The little girl had been playing in
the yard with other children and went
into the house for some matches.
Screams were heard by Mrs. Sharp, a
neighbor, who rushed lu the Harper
home to find the child entirely envelop
ed in flumes nnd her clothing almost
entirely burned off. Dr. C. V. Ellis
and C. E. Cashatt were called, but the
child had been so severely burned that
all that could be done was to relieve her
The mother of the child was in Tort
land and the aunt who lives at the Har
per home had just stepped out, leaving
the little girl with playmates in the
The girl'n father, Thomas B. Harper,
arrived from Walla Walla last evening
with a son who has been living with
him. The body of the girl will be sent
to Walla Walla for buna. J A. Wood,
of Independence, is a grandfather of
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
MINXES GET A EAISE
Waste In Northwest Would
Make 20,000 Tons of
Wrapping Paper a Day
The Richmond school parent-teachers
association will hold a meeting in the
school house tonight at seven-thirty
A business meeting will precede a
brief and enjoy:ilile programme.
He left tiiis morning for 1'ort-
: PERSONALS $
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VAN CI. EVE To Mr. and Mrs. ('. A
Van Cleve, of the Hazel Wreon neigh
liorhood, April HI, llHli, a daughter U
be named Charlotte Hcitha.
Estimates of Dead
T. M. Bnrr went to Corvnllis this
Mrs. F. A. Elliott went to Portland
Mr .and Mrs. Carl Steiwer, of Jeffer
aon, are visitors in Salem.
T. A. Livesley went to Portland on
lap morning Oregon Electric.
Fred 1). Thiclsen, of the Rodgers
Taper eompnnv, is in Portland.
Walter T. .leaks, of H. S. Gile & Co.,
went to rortlann this morning.
Alderman J. A. Mills is In Portland
attending to real estate matters.
Winthrop Hammond, proprietor of
"The Toggery," is in Portland on busi
ness. Edmund F. Cnrleton, nsslstnnt super
intendent of public instruction, is in
Misa Jessie Hunt, of Mill Citv. is
visiting in the eitv nt the home of
Mr. -and Mrs. M. .1.' Hunt.
Mrs. M. C. I'ettvs is home from Port
land where she underwent uu operation 'a handful to Kill, according to El Pnsn
at St. Vincent's hospital. reports to the state department, based
Prnco Hunter, of Eugene, was the J on travelers' stories. The best iufnriuu
puest yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. It. L. lion has it Unit one American was
L 'j slain.
' Travelers related that inhabitants
I cbislic.l u-illi ih.. , ..,;.., ,,,! ll,..
the I'nited States troops withdrew out
side, tile city. Reports tailed to show
that the battle was resumed during the
night as Carianza embassy advices in
Franklin C. Olney, of Tuppcuisdi,
Wash., is registered ut the Blight,
Henry L. Bents, a prominent hop man
of Aurora, is in Salem doing jury duty.
Mrs. Stacey II Reeves and son, of
Juneau, Alaska, are in the city visit
ing ut the home of Mrs ('. E. Whituev,
2,105 North Liberty street.
Wullnee, Idaho, April 14. Fonr j
thousand miners in the Ceeur d' Ak-ne
district will receive 75 cents a day ex
tra pay for the month of March under'
the bonus system adopted by tho min-!
ing companies. If the present price of
metals continues the bonus for April i
will amount to nearly 1 a day. Nearly
if 100,000 in ca-sh has arrived here toi
pay the miners' March bonuses. I
K0W TO REDUCE !
A SIMPLE. SAFE, RELIABLE WAY
People who .tre over-burdened with
superfluous fat, know only too well the
discomfort and ridieult that over-stout
people have to bear.
If vou are carrving iround live or
ten pounds of unhealthy fat you are
unnecessarily weakening your vital or
gans and are carrying a burden which
destroys the beauty oi your figure.
There is no need of anyone suffering
from superfluous fat. If you want to
reduce vour weight in a simple, sic
nnd reliable way, without starvation
diet ot tiresome exercise, here is a test
worth trying. Spend as mw-h time as
you can in the open air, breathe deep
ly and get from any good druggist a
box of oil of korein capsules; take one
after etch meal and one before retiring
Weigh yourself once a week so as to
know iiist. hnw fnst von are lnsinr
weight and don't leave off the treat-!
ment or even skip a single does until I
you are down to normal. I
Uil or korein is absolutely harmless,
is pleasant to talie, and helps digestion.
Even i few days treatment has been
reported to show a noticeable reduction
in weight, footsteps become lighter,!
your work seem easier and a lighter and
more buoyant feeling takes possession
of your wnole being.
Every person who suffers from super
fluous fat should give this treatment
Washington, T). C, April 14. The im
mense possibilities of developing south
ern June and Douglas fir sawdust nnd
other waste into wrapping paper have
been reviewed for the members of the
United Stntes senate committee which
bus under discussion the proposal to
increase the scope of the laboratory in
vpstigations, in the following (mem
orandum on the production of Kraft
wrapping paper from southern pine nnd
Douglas fir, by Chief iorester Henry
Kraft wrapping paper from southern
pine the waste incident to the produc
tion of southern pine lumber is of suf
ficient quantity to produce the enorm
ous amount of approximately 20,000
tons of paper per day. Laboratory ex
periments have determined the suitabil
ity of this material for the manufacture
of Kraft wrapping paper by the sul
phate process and it now only remains
to determine to what extent the labora
tory results aro applicable on a com
Kraft wrapping paper from Douglas
fir What has been waid of the possibil
ities of southern pine is largely applic
able to Douglas fir. While the labora
tory experiments with this species have
not progressed to the snme point as
with the southern pine, the indications
are that Douglas fir ts also well ndapt-
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MpYlfanQ VarV Wirlplu' subsequent to the completion of the
ucAiiftiia Tflij muuy i s,,,.,,,,, orK ,,!,,, it w0ll,, ,,0 mv
idea to utilize the experimental equip-
Washington, April 14. Estimates of intent serured for this purpose in similar
tho number of Mexicans killed fighting wor1: in the west with Douglas fir.
: rienns ni rarrai ranged todnv from I "rapping paper in uus iprminy ui
These Prices good until
further Notice. We de
liver any place in city
and reasonable distance
3 enns Libby's solid pack
3 cans best Iowa Corn 25c
3 cans String Beans 25c
Large size Fineapple 15e
2 cans choice, table reaches 25c
2 cans choice table Apricots 25c
3 cans extra choice Salmon; 25c
3 cans extra choice stag
2 cans extra choice Columbia
Hiver Salmon 25c
6 cans oil Sardines 25c
3 cans minced Clams 25c
2578 Fair Grounds Soad
7 Big ,
lOccanof Pepper... 5c
8 Bars cf White Soap
Medium size Cottoline
3 Bunches Green Onions
or Rhubarb for 10c
lemons2 Doz. for 35c
30c Coffee Special for
35c can of Chocolate
Snacial for 25c can
Everybody can see that our ex
pense account is less than the ex
pense account of merchants In
the high-rent district. That's
why at our reduced prices, we
sell you a better line of groceries
and provisions for less money
than any store in the Willamette
Damon & Son
855 N. Commercial St.
We deliver any place in
A If E7 ?
Marion County Has Three
Accidents During Week
Three accidents were reported 'from
Marion county to the state industrial
nccident commission for the week end
ing April ti. Clarence Dahlin, of Sil
verton, injured his hand while logging
and John Clnudon, of SilvcTton, was
strained while logging. Ernpst Barz,
of Mill City, fractured a rib in a sawmill.
Opens Saturday morning aU) o'clock. Last Satur
day's Dollar Sale was a great success and we are -p
going to make next Saturday's still a greater sue-
cess. We wiU give better shoes lor tne money ana y
I a larger selection. 4s
X We wiU select 50 pairs of $3.50. to $5.00 Shoes p
I fvnm lliA IiipI r( miv pfnnlr onil rfiira ill cm ATI a a ut Jjo.
II via U1C UCol UI UUl oiuvn unit jmvv uivui uu juiv hi y
COURT HOUSE NEWS
ASK FOR and GET
Cheap substitutes cost YOU same price.
I present secured from either western
p.iper nulls using sulphite pulp or from
cnslirn and European mills supplying
either sulphite or Kraft wrappings. In
the bitter case, it is of course neces
sary (or the western consumers to pay
freight charges amounting to about $15
per ton. The laboratory recently made
paper of Douglas fir which tested 11
point to u pound, putting it in the class
with the strongest wrapping papers
niiide in the I'nited States.
TEY JOURNAL WANT ADS.
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J-m-Otw hit Wn for 1 9 yer tlw Old RsIiiM. UrtrMt-w TCnc boms and office etl. ,
Itiliuhtnouihtooilwsti-h:lTTnouittitooil Inwn ciowtr. 0 4 nit rtolli if
bM-nmrt n Ideal fmlnn fululur, lUkct ;trd ut chocM dola the twit u cuowest
iMiUtt DuuiotCluk. . . . ,
And J-tn-oao tbjolutc!7inrreatinistortarnlhn aU metal surface, indoors anil out.
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H Uollar). AUwin p.tentrd llindr Oil Can. Itc U'i ot ).
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Niw Venic Citv
SALEM'S BEST MARKET PLACE"
Artichokes, each 10c
Asparagus, bunch 10o
ltroceolli, each 0e
Head Lettuce, 3 for 2,
New l'otatoes, lb 10c
New Teas, lb 10c
Itermuda Onions 2 lbs I V
lUdl IVppers, li for 20c
Florida Tomutovs, lb 13c
A. & II. Sinln, picknge
K. C. Making Powder, a
fii-ape Nuts, iackage ..
Old lutci Cleanser, package
Aster Milk, can
1'ork & llcaus, 1 lb can
Cream Rolled Oats, II
Koyal White Soap, bir
Two Phones, 839 and 840 426 State Street
(Continued from l'age Eight.)
the baaipict given by the Sons of the
American Revolution. In order that the
senator may speak at the armory at
the hour announced, the exercises ot
the evening of the Suns of the Amer
ican Revolution will begin an hour ear
lier. Hesides Senator liuiton as guests,
the S. A. ii. will entertain the governor
and -several state officials The original
plan was to hold the banquet in tin
grill room at the Marion, but since
Senator Hurtun and his party have been
invited, the banquet will be held in the
ni ii i n dining room. Tickets for the ban
itict will be limited to 75.
Card of Thanks.
To the members of the S. T. A.
church and to trie friends and neighbors
who so kindly ministered to t.ie wants,
comforts and pleasures of our dear wife
and mother during her illness and for
the words of comfort in our deepest
hour of sorrow, for the beautiful floral
tributes of love, we wish to extend
our heirtfelt gratitude.
Mil. C. T. POLLUX.
MK. and MKS. II. M. FOLLON.
MK. and MKS, A. J. MICKLK.IOHX.
A native Oregon fir flag pole 107
feet above the ground was raised at
the Oregon state pen this afternoon up
on which the American flag will be
flung to the breezes on special occas
ions. The pole was erected north of
tho muiu entrance to the prison yard
on the west side of the euclosure.
Jhc jury in the case of Benton H.
Snort against George A. Etzol last night
returned a verdict in favor of the plain
tiff awarding him damages in the Bum
of $425. This was a controversy which
arose over an alleged breach of con
tract for the 'sawing of some lumber.
The plaintiff claimed damages of .t2.li
by reason o'f the failure of the defend
ant to keep his pint of the agreement.
The jury in the case ofg M. T. Mnisan
against J. Bnunigartner anrt. William
l'setak went out to look over lot
Ewald Fruit farms this afternoon, this
in our Basement Salesroom Only One Pair to a
This will include both men's work and dress shoes,
women's dress shoes and boys' and girls' dress
shoes. You will have to come early to get a pair
of these shoes as the first rush will take all of them.
There will be hundreds of pairs of all kinds of
shoes in this department placed in bins at ridicul
ously low prices, considering the high price of
CUT RATES ON ALL REPAIR WORK. BEST
LEATHER AND WORKMANSHIP
ii Week End Specials
Waists Waists Waists In
It the Capital Journal New Today
1 1 Column put your dollars on tne right
This store has arranged so everybody can have a
New Waist for Easter. Two big Sample lines added
to Broken lines from Regular Stock enables us to
offer extraordinary values.
Crepe de Chine, Georgette Crepe, Lace and Chiffon
combinations, Stripe Crepe in White, Flesh, Rose,
Green, and two tone shades.
Crepe de Chine, White Organdie, and Lace trimmed
... SPECIAL $1.95
Sizes 12 to 44, in white with navy galatea collars
medium and wide stripes.
' SPECIAL 89c
Woman's Kid Gloves:
Black, white and staple shades, broken lines all
sizes in the lot.
l opjiinuioii n NWII
j $$-$-$-$-$-$- J I
.'tract being one of the parcels of land
involved in the case. Moisan testified
in court this morning that lie trade"
' this five acre tract of land for n acres
of land in Tillamook county that be
longed to Martha l'setak through Wil
liam Psetak, her father. He testified
ithut 'Air. Raumgnrtncr ami l'setak mis
I represented the Tillamook land to hiir
'and stated that it was worth from $4.
; 0U0 to $5.0011. Te said that the SO acres
; is located on a mountain top and stand,
on edge with the exception of about
three acres and he considers liitiiKc'
'damaged in the sum of $2,ii50. Attorney
''William I'. Lord represents the plain'
and Smith and Shields and S. II. llelte!
j represents the defendants.
! for the insane today by an order f
j Vi.g l.ung ( hung, as John Gong, )
day fil' d a suit in the circuit court f
, this euiinty against Frank W. Bui'biu.
j The pli ihliff leased u hop yard of is
j acres from the defendant and the coo
j troversy aiose over the settlement u
! th.' terms of the lease. The plainti'T
lilaiins there is if2,(ISI.5rt due him on tl
contract. Woed.wtrd & Orth. of Poit
lnid. nie nttmi.oys for the plaintiff.
County Treasurer i. C. Prnger t'i
, todnv as a candidate for the republican
I nomination for county treasurer of this
county. C. C. Kuney, of 1415 Nine
j teeuth street, filed for precinct com
mittrpmnn of Salem precinct No. 5. 11
I A. Johnson, of 502 North Winter street,
'filed for republican committeeman of
' fcalem precinct No. 10, and 11. A. Kerne
1 filed for republican precinct committee-
. 'tmtim rtf the Shine nrecillct
llf Your Nose Makes
The polnte tickling odor
of baiting when Merit
Vanilla ia uoed makct
you long for it to come
out of the oven. It's the
aureat and purest you
Order a 25c Bottle
U. G. SHIPLEY CO.
' uf ii d pi .i Pi i C-i n
14J Horifl useriy oireei ijaiem, uregon
I The preliminnrv hearing in the jus
! tico court at Turner of Lee Jeans,
charged with assault upon Kobert Hun
1 siiker will be called Friday, April LM.
District Attorney Kirgo and lepnty
Ralph P. Moore will represent the
, ; state at the hearing.
I Aiary J. F.vnns, aged 72 years, the
iwife of (. W. Kvnii,", of Hosebnrg, was
commitlcd to the Oregon state hospital 4 4T4Tt.T4
i IMPERIAL BEAUTY
i a 301 Uank of Commerce Building,
f fhone 3'.I3 Salem, Ore.