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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, AritIL 20, lfltf.
Mrs. Anna Honors Fish, who will head "A Mid Summer Night's Dream",
Ike play to be given by the .Salem Woman's Club, Saturday afternoon and
evening, Ht the Grand Theatre, in commemoration of the tercentenary of
. J. Kerr, of Suver, is in the city.
Dr. It. S. l'ettit, of Silvertoii, was in
Dwight Misncr and party motored to
Silverton last evneing.
Albert Moe whs a Salem visitor yes
terdav, from Silverton.
Frank Ivoughery was a Salem visitor
yesterday, trom Monmouth.
Dr. 0." A. Massey and wife, of Turn
er, were in the city yesterday.
Miss Hazel Scott was failed to Rcotts
Mills yesterday on professional ' busi
ness. Marie We itherford, a prominent at
torney of Albany, was in the city yes
ten I ay.
William Taylor, a fanner of Mai leay,
returned jenlorday from a business
visit in Lebanon.
H. JI. Overton, an attorney of Wood
burn, was attodiug to legal business in
the eity yesterday.
Mrs. E. T. Karnes returned from a
few days' visit at Oreneo, accompanied
by her nieee, Florence Powers.
F. I'. Nutting, editor of the Albany
Democrat, was in the city yesterday to
attend the banquet given by the Sons
of the American Kevolutinn.
M.'A. MeCorkle, of Portland, return
ed to his home this morning after
spending several days in ths city at
tending to business matters.
A. Slaughter, manager of the Capital
City Co operative creamery is in l'ort
lmd, attending a meeting of managers
of co operative creameries in the state.
Mrs. Karl O linen and daughter, Miss
Lois, who have been visiting tho form
er's sister, Mrs. B. L.Hieall, returned to
their home at Kugene yesterday evening.
Mrs. Ralph Watson, of Portland,
who has been the hoiiu guest of Mrs.
Kdirin U, Baker, for a few weeks, re
turned to her home I ist night. Mrs.
Watson was the inspiration lor numcr
oni social courtesies during her visit,
having a wide circle of friends horc,
witii whom she is very 'popular.
Miss Tfolen West, of Portland, is the
Client of her aunt, Mrs. lien Oleott.
Miss West came last night and will re
main for about a week.
Monday the members of the T,a Area
elub githered at tho home of Mrs. I.e
InJi l.audia for a delightful informal so
cial evening. A merry feature of the
evening was the initiation of two new
jnenibers, who were the hostess and
Miss Echo Hunt. Later tho members
arranged for the last dance of a series,
wiiieh will begiven on Wednesday even
ing in the Moose hall.
Auxiliary No. 4 of Hal llibbird
ramp, (Spanish War Veterans, was
lormally installed at the armory on
Monday evening by the national aid,
MrjAltA Chnplun, president Jiid of
ficers. The Portland contingent who
fame for the installation were: Mrs.
James Mc.C'nrreii, Mrs. A. .1. Hlcttler,
Mrs. M. G. Tanney, Mrs. L, H. llarmes,
Mrs. Thomaji Hodley, Mrs. L. P. Keeler,
Miss ltuth Heiudrick, Mrs. P. M. Corn
mack, Mrs. W. A. Monroe, Mrs. P. II.
llrown, Mrs. Delia McKinnon, Mrs. (!.
K. Thompson, Mrs. W. H. Misncr Mrs.
William Cook, Mrs. Nicholas liecker,
Mrs. Victor Brant and Mrs. Kllen F.bb
ing. On their urival the visitors were met
y the members of tlie Salem Auxiliary
and taken to the home of President,
Mm. Nellie Asseln, where a dinner was
served. The Asseln residence was dec
orated for the occasion in the Auxiliary
colors. A huge crystal bowl of Scotch
broom docked the table.
After dinner the guests were taken to
iht armory where the installation took
place. Th Hil-m officers installed
were: President, Mrs. Nellie Asseln;
treasurer, Mrs. Myrtle Abrams; seero
tsry, Mrs. ltuth Hrant; Nr. vice presi
dent, Mrs. Hurl ha Kumrow; Jr. vice
president, Mrs. Gertrude Wilson; chap
lain, Mrs. Helen Southwick ; historian,
Mrs. Fannie Millard; patriotic, instruct
or, Mrs. Violeta liort; conductor, Mrs.
race Chenoweth; assistant conuctor,
Mrs. Ida .Seymour; guud, Mrs. Ellen
Thompson; color barers, the Misses
.Solum and Florence Kumrow, Mrs. Ma
rio linker. '
After the meeting a brief programme
wns given as follows; Piano solo, Miss
Ruth Heindrich; remarks, C. C. Kuney;
nddress, Mrs. James McCarren, presi
dent of .Scout Young Auxiliary, of Port
land; rem irks, K. 0. Kumrow; recita
tion, Mrs. F. H. Brown; address, Mrs.
Alta ('apian; national aid officer; ad
dress, Carle Abrams; vocal solo, George
Snyder; accompaist, Miss HcinJrick.
The afternoon wns closed with re
freshments. Tho visitors remained un
til tho next morning ind were guests
of tho members of the Salem Auxiliary.
On tho third Friday of each month
the Auxiliary will hold a social after
noon. Mrs. Carle Alliums will ente
tain the members this wtek at her home
104 Wilson street.
Mr. Robert Kinney (AltftVa Moore?)
who has been tho guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mooies, returned to
Astoria Suml iv, accompanied by Mr.
McKinney who came Saturday.
Miss Edith Kuney lies eturned from
Corvnllis, where she has been visiting
lit tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pnscoe in Kngle
wood were the rccepieut of a pleasur
able surprise narty Tuesday morning,
when several of their friend githered
to honor their guest, Mrs. Edward Tarr,
of North Yakima, who with Mr. Fair is
visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs.
To add to tho surprise of the gather
ing, the guests came prepared to reniuin
for dinner. One or two of the intimate
I f rieml.4 of the hnxtu wprp Inn. In, I witli
I tho needfuls. Those participating in
tno g.iyeties were: .Mrs. llireuce Gor
don, Mrs. Fred Browning, Mrs. W.
Speaker, Mis. Edward Humbler, Mrs. A.
T. Chapman and small daughter, Ruth,
Ji m! her grandmother, and C. Parker.
An enthusiiist.ii! meeting of the New
York stale society recently organized
was held it the residence of George E.
lerwilliger, nil ( liemeketa street, last
I hrce new members, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Spencer and Robert Barton,
were taken into the society. Following
a nusiness session F. S. Burton uud I!.
D. Burton snug n snbi, Mrs. ('. Clarke
rendered a whistling solo and Miss Luc-He
Birton sang "O Promise Mo."
The third meeting of the New York
ers will also be held at Mr. Terwillig-
er's home on May 17 and all who claim
New York as their home state will be
admitted to the society.
Those present at the next meeting
will be considered i hnrter members.
Mrs. E. E. Fisher has had as her
guest Miss Edith Fisher, of Onoma,
Iowa, who is en route from Los Angeles
Mrs, John Minto entertained this af
ternoon with a few tables of bridge Hi
honor of her house guest, Miss Atto
Metchan, of Portland.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
. BEEF BREAKS KECOBD.
Portland, Or., April 20. The
price of beef touched its highest
mark here today, reaching 13 '-jc
and He for steers.
l TODAY'S BALL SCORES I
Jt, II. E.
New York 4 9 3
Washington 12 16 1
Keating and Nunamaker; Johnson
and Williams. Cullop replaced Keating.
Love replaced C'uddop.
fl. H. E.
Boston 7 12 2
Philadelphia I 5 2
Ruth anil Thomas; Husn, weaver ana
R. 11. E.
Chicago I 0 0
Detroit 2 9 0
Wolfgang and Schalk; Covaleski and
St. Louis game postponed on account
of rain. '
Tt. If. E.
Philadelphil 7 J3 2
New iork 6 li u
Charmers and Hums; Stroud and Kar-
iden. 12 innings.
H. H. E.
Brooklyn 0 7 5
Boston 8 10 1
Coombs, Marquard and Miller; Barnes
and Gowdv. Dell replaced Marquard.
R. II. E.
St. Louis 5 8 2
Pittsburg 0 5 3
Meadows and Snyder; Mammaux and
Schmidt. Cooper replaced Mammaux,
Mctjuillen replaced Cooper and Jacobs
600 Yards of Trenches Are
Captured From the British
(Continued From Page One.)
Senator of Ohio Maintains
' That Wilson Administration
BENNIE At the Good Samaritan hos-
piuti in i uruaiiii, .npru u, jviu,
bert Rennie, in his titith year. )
He is survived by his mother, Mrs.
William Armstrong, and a wister, Mrs.
Clarke Townsend, both living in Sa
lem; a sister, Mrs. Edith Aslienfelter,
of Mikknlo, Oregon, and a brother,
Oscar Kennie, of Portland.
The body will 'arrive in the eity to
morrow and services will beludd ut 2
q 'clock Saturday afternoon from the
parlorg of Rigdon & Richardson, the
Rev. Curl 11. Elliott in charge. Burial
will be in the Odd Fellows' cemetery.
oners and much booty, it was stated to
day. There was Ho other important
fighting around Verdun. West of the
Meuse both French and German batter
ies maintained an incessant bombard
ment. In the Argonne forest the French
gained ground in mining operations.
Russians Aiding Trench.
Paris, April 20. General Joffre ad
dressed the army in his order of the
day todny, sending his best wishes to
Russian troops transported to France
for the purpose of fighting on the oc
We have just opened an express pnekaKe of these
most wanted, hardest to get Silks, and they are
beauties. There ia nothing that Roes into the mak
ing of a handsome dress or suit that puts quite so
much sparkle jnto it as these Changeable Chiffon
Taffetas. The eagerness with which they are
Bought this season emphasizes this fact very
strongly. Unfortunately, some of the shades men
tioned here are next to impossible to get. This lot
consists of the following two-tone shades :
Blue and Gold
Brown and Royal Blue
Green and Magenta
Royal Blue and Green
Black and Brown
Black and Navy
Most of the important plain shades, for spring, in
Taffetas will be found here in different qualities,
including black, navy and green.
$arnc &di Xlcrc
Seward, Alaska., April 20. After de
feating a million to instruct Alaska's
two delegates to the republic .n nation
al convention to vote for Roosevelt, the
territorial convention hero yesterday
decided to send tliem uninstructed. The
two delegates nre: Lewis P. Shackel
ford, of Juneau, and William A. Gil
more, of Nome.
Young Woman Takes
Poison by Mistake
Until Van Tassel, the IS year old
duighter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 1).
Van Tassel, f Cheinnwa, took poison
by mistake todny and tor a short time
was in a serious condition and the phy
sicians were unable to stale what the
outcome might be. The drug produced
a stupor and Miss Van Tissel was in a
renii consi'ious condition at a late hour
this afternoon it was reported that Miss
Van TnsscI was entirely out of danger.
Mr. Van Tassel is in charge of tho
This is the first intimation that any
Russians were fighting on the occiden
tal battle line.
It is not clear whether the phrase
"occidental front" refers to France
or Salonika. Anyhow, if the Russians
are aiding the French it may be sig
nificant in view of recent French com
plaints that Great Britain has not sent
enough troops to the continent.
Russian Troops Arrive.
Paris, April 20. Russian troops have
been landed at Marseilles, it was learn
ed today. .
engineering department of the Indian
Trinuug schmiI. Their mm. Arthur
Van Tassel, was drowned in the Wil
lamette river two years ago.
Capital Journal Only
Complete Paper Sold
The Capital Journal is the
only evening daily published
in Salem that is a complete
newspaper. The Portland papers
peddled here are printed in the
forenoon about 11 o'clock, are
simply the regular edition of
the day before with some
changes on the first page. They
are only extras made up for
street sales und out of town
circulation, making no pretense
to being renl newspapers. The
Capital Journal on the other
. hand, contains the complete
leased wire service up to 3:30
p. m., which is 6:30 p. m. ia
New York and past midnight
in Europe, the seat of the great
war. It also contains all the
local news of Salem and sur
rounding territory that is worth
while. It is complete after
noon newspaper and the only
one circulated in Snlorn. Whea
ton pay your money for a Port
land evening paper here you are
merely being "faked" Into buy
ing a cheap extra with big
headlines on the first page and
yesterday ' sewt everywhere
The Capital Journal sells on
the street for 8 cent, ray no
Yon Bre pale, thin, weak with little
vitality. Your liver is sluggish and
the bad blood causes your stoniaeb
muscles to lose their elasticity and
become flabby and weak then
Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery, purely vegetable and free from
alcohol or narcotics, is tbe treat and
powerful blood purifier of to-day, Ex
tracted from American forest herbs
and roots. Qontains no alcohol, in
gredients printed on wrapper.
Take it as directed and it will search
out impure and poisonous matter
throughout the system and eliminate
it through the natural channels.
All dealers in medicines can supply
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
in liquid or tablet form, or send tx-n
cents in one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce,
Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial
package of tablets.
WHAT WOMEN OF OUR
NATIVE STATE SAY.
Eugene, Oregon. "In raising my
family I have al
ways found that
I could depend on
Dr. Pierce's rem
edies for all ail
ments. - I gave
them the ' (tolden
ery 1 lor tomnlirte,
sore throat, bad
zrr(i coughs and grip,
and it always
i .i i
Pellets' for sick headache, biliousness
and constipation. I am gliul k recom
mend them." Mrs. ClKRl DaUll, 11
N. Lawrence Street.
Theodore K Burton, of Ohio, addres s- j
ed a fair sized audience at the arm-i
ory last night on the principles for'
which he stands m national politics.
Senator Burton reverted to party lines
and mode a strict party speech, urging
that the voters should support the party
that stood for their principles rather j
than voting for the individual, whom
they thought would carry out their
Burton maintained that no demo-1
cratic administration has succeeded it-'
self since the Civil war and that the
republicans, especially the younger men,
should follow their strict party tines
and vote for principle. He scored the
Wilson administration, holding that the
president had failed to carry out hit
pre-election promises and said that Wit
son's indecision wns responsible for thr
trouble in -Mexico. He also stated that
if Wilson had recognized the Huerta
government that tho present trouble
would not have occurred. It is true,
he said, that Huerta insulted the Amer
ican flag, but then he was head of tin
Mexican nation at that time, and shmilil
have been recognized by the United
He scored the democrats for faiii.ig
to carry out the coastwise canal tells
provisions, the single term 'for pn si
dent, and for failing to reduce the hih
cost of living and charged them direct
ly to the democratic rule. President
Wilson, he said, wns alwavs flopping
over to some other sine In the interna
tional questions and that an unstable
pilot was not the man to guide the ship
Burton said he was not in favor of
war and deplored a bloody conflict find
its attendant loss and sorrow. He be
lieved that all international disputes
should be settled in a court of arbitra
tion but since it had taken ages to in
stitute onr domestic courts that it
would take still longer to institute in
ternational courts of arbitration.
Senator Burton was introduced bv
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you do not find instant relief, return the remainder and get allyourmoney back. We know what
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HUIE WING SANG CO.
CHINESE FANCY AND
Pongees 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00 a yard
$2.00 Ladies' Voile Waists, special $1.35
10c Ladies' Fine White Handkerchiefs, special. . .5c
Large assortment of Japanese Toweling at 10c yard
$3.25 Boys' Wool Suits, special $2.50
Men's Whipcord Trousers, special $1.25 pair
75c Men's Shirts, special 50c
$2.00 Ladies' White Petticoats, special. ..... . .$1.50
30c Heavy Double piled Matting,, special. . 22c yard
291 N. Commercial St Salem, Oregon
COURT HOUSE NEWS
Bawd upon rumor which tras founrt
Pil upon a joke nn item was publihed
in th morning publication this morning
in thin city that Fred S. Bynon had
filed for republican candidate for
county clerk of this county aftCKa neck
and neck race aj-ainst time which was
won by tho alleged candidate who filed
three minutes before the book closed
at five o'clock last night at the coun-1
ty clerk 's office. Mr. Bynon did not !
file, nor did he ever intend to file and
TJ. O. Boyer is the only candidate for
the office at tho priniaiieH. Mr. Bynon
prepnred a fake petition for the purpose
of joking his friend Boyer and after an
nouncing to the crowd that he was out
as an opponent to Boyer, Mr. Bynon
dramatically tore up his fako petition
and all enjoyed a laugh at Boyer 'h ex
pense, neverthless the fact remains that
Boyer is the only candidate and it was
not the intention of any of the parties
concerned that the matter should be
published in all serlousru'sa In the
papers. The Capital Journal court
hmisn news is taken from the official
records of the court house and not from I
any rumors that float about the, court
house unless labeled as a rumor, in
order that tho public may not be confused.
Salem Ice Co.
Pure Distilled Water
We are delivering Ice to our customers every day.
We will furnish our customers with our Ice Cards
before the summer season opens as usual, and
furnish coupon books to all who want them, ask the
driver for an ice 'pick. ' " " " "
Prompt Delivery Guaranteed.
Special Delivery in Case of Necessity.
Phone Your Orders 415.
An inventory and appraisement tiled
in the probate court today in me inat-j
ter of the estate of Katheiina Schuelo j
shows that the veal property of tho
estate is valued at (i,:H0 and the per-1
sonal property at :f 1 5:t 7.7."), making n
total of $7,S.I7.75. William Burns, .1. F. ;
Brinegar and Henry I,. Bouts were ap
County School Superintendent V. M.
Smith, Supervisor Dmilette, and filed
worker, N. C. Maris attended the clos
ing exercise of tho Central Unwell
school last, night. This closes the school
term for the year iT the Central Howell
services rendered, was called in depart- j
ment number 1 of the circuit court this
afternoon. Jn this case the plaintiff al
leges the sum of $2!M.r)l is due for
hauling wood and for other services j
rendered. The defendant alleges that
through a difference in book keeping
the sum of $sti.n;i only is due and that
he has paid $150 to Ward K. Hichard
son to settle this claim.
(Capitil Journal Special Service.)
Brooks. Or., April 20. The haseball
game Sunday between Brooks and Mt.
Angel at Mt. Angel resulted in a score
of 11 to 2 in favor of Mt. Angel. A
number of Brooks' fans attended tli?
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sturjjis were in
Silom Monday on busines.
L. S. Murdicli and family were Sa
lem visitors Friday.
The Methodist church of Brooks will
have services Raster morning. The min
ister, Kev. Jasper, will preach and a
short program will be rendered.
lien It. Hawkins and family and .T. P.
Aspinwnll anil family spent Sun. I iv at
the home of I). Morgan, of ParkersviUv.
A blacksmith shop is being built at
Mrs. W. W. Lander had a social gath
ering Monday night in honor of her
TRY JOURNAL WANT ADS.
Sheriff William Esch left this eity'
this afternoon for Portland to return
with Lewis Reed and Kearn Foley who
were arrested in that, city this morning
on a charge of the theft of a Ford auto
from Felix Isaacson of Aurora. The
car was stolen in Aurora Tuesday and
was driven to Portland. The car was
recovered when the men were arrested.
The preliminary hearing on the
charge of assault with a dangerous
weapon against I.ee Jeans, of Turner,
will be held in the justice court in that
city tomorrow. Bistrict Attorney Kin
go," of this eity, will go to Turner to
; conduct tne Hearing ror ine siaic.
I An inventory and appraisement filed
I in the probate court today for the
, estate of Johanna Kuneer, shows the
j estate to consist of real property to tho
value of I.ii'O and personal property
'valued at $7.'. The appraSers were
Max Xfatti. Lawrence llessel and Henry
The jury in the case of Jessie Hosier,
las guardian ad litem, of Cmy L. Hill.:
against the. Al 0. Barnes Shows sad Al,
j iK Barnes, returned a verdict todav;
awarding the plaintiff damages in the j
! sum of 2.i0. The plaintiff, who is a'
i bey of 9 yinr. fell from a circus seat
land broke his ami while the show was.
j giving a performance at that city last
I August. I
I IMPERIAL BEAUTY
S01 Bank of Com mere Building,
Those 393 Salrm, Or.
" ' A. War, an action to recover money for'
The case of J. C. Barnes against E.
TA rj O tl Tl O
Mill In 311
BIG DISPLAY OF ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS
Special good buy, enables us to sell them for just
One-Half their worth.
HATS TO PLEASE .
Nice assortment, prices just as low as after Easter,
so no need to wait, get the benefit of your new
A great variety of popular priced goods. See us for
anything in this line.
Visit the busiest Millinery Department in this city at
210-246 Commercial Street