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THE DAILY CAPITAL JQT RNAL, SALEM, ORECON. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1916.
Grand Prize, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, 1915
Grand Prize, Panama-California Exposition, San Diego, 1915
For it Delicious Flavor, its Excellent Quality
' and its 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.
U.S. PA r. OFF
SALEM society will flock to the
(iranil theatre tomorrow afternoon
and evening to attend "A Mid
summer Night's Dream," the bewitch
ing fairy fan tuny to bo presented by the
Drama class of the Salein Woman's
diil in celebration of the ter centenary
of William Shakespeare.
Mm. Anna Rogers Fish will read the
luy, which will be enhanced by a mu
sical set I in g from Mendelssohn with
Mrs. William Durghnrdt, Jr., at the
Mrs. Burgliart will be assisted by
Miss Sadie Ford, who will play "The
Overture." Several prominent society
women will Ding the vocal numbers, in
cluding Mi-B. Mack Uof'cr, soprano; Mrs.
John J. Roberts, baritone; Mrs. T. II.
Galloway, alto, and Mm. (loorge P. Fut-
nam ,baH. Miss Margaret White, solo
Danseuse, will give an artistic interpre
ttion of the "Clown Daneet' in Act V.
and the "Fairy Dances" will be given
by several dainty little maids includ
ing the Misses Janet l'limpton, Kosulie
Uurcn, Lenta Haumgnrtner, Josephine
, Atchison, Mario Schuldernian, Mar-
ASK FOR and GET
Chetp aubatitutea coat YOO same price.
"Fountain of Youth"
Spouts on Easter Sunday
Say, Men, have you no
ticed some of those broad
striped silks and other
cloths with which the wo
men have been so busily
engaged during the past
Well, the style parade that
will be put on Sunday by
the feminine sex will
You can't match thorn
impossible hut you can
get a suit hore that will at
leaat YOUTIIIFY AND
DIGNIFY your appearanco.
YOUR "Fountain of
Youth" lies In young
looking clothe s doth ee
that axe UNCOMMONLY
STYLISH BUT NOT EX
Such a suit, bought here,
lg not an all style, no
fabric garment, mind you,
but a suit which really
gives your dollar rare buy
You can get such a suit,
for Easter, aa late as 8:30
price you want to pay
11.00, $1.40, $1.75
$12 to $25
garet Stotz, Jennette Sykes, Prudence
Patterson, Constance Ya litis and Durell
Mrs. M. A. Gol'f, who has been the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas C.
Smith, Jr., has gone to Portland, where
she will visit Mm. T. II. Drake.
Judge nnd Mrs. Robert Kakin have
as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Kakin and small -son, of l.a Grande, Ore-g''i-
The lailies of the Knglewood Circle
of the First Methodist churhc, were en
joyably entertained on Wednesday aft
ernoon by Mrs. J, W. La Bare, assist
ed by her daughters, Mrs. A. II. Bar
ker and Mrs. W. J. Dirr.
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Smith was the scene of a surprise party
Tuesday evening, when n number of
friends gathered to celebrate the birth
day anniversary of the hostess.
(lames furnished the evening's diver
sion, and the. prizes were won by Mrs.
Smith and Mrs. John Bieves., Those in
vited were the members of the D. M. C.
Embroidery club and their husbands in
eluding Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Schwab
Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Labaree, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Kice, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Kriesel, Mr. and Mrs. David Ptigh, Mr.
and Mis. A. J. Houck, Mr. and Mrs.
F.mil Donaldson, Mr. nnd Mrs. John
Biewor, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. D. Chase, Mr.
"VanuVgcc, Kincaitl & Co., Clothes
In spite of the (Vr tint t
leather price have advanced
almost beyond belief, it is still
possible to get a very good
shoe in the newest shapes and
leathers for J5.00 or less, if
you buy at a cash store.
The latest shapes, $1.95 to
Beautiful open-end four In hands,
20c, 50c, 7.r,c, $1.00
Long Expected Event at Grand
Will Take Place Tomor-
When the audience at the Grand
theatre tomorrow afternoon and even
ing are comfortably settled in their
seats to listen to the reading and music
of "A Midsummer Night's Dream
which the Women's club are to give in
honor of the Shakespeare ter-eentenary,
the environment will be somewhat dif
ferent from that of the original produc
tion of the play 300 years ago. Pro
fessor Dowden gives the following
graphic picture of an Klizabethan then-
are and the performance of a pl.iy in
"In the public theatres the centre of
the building was open to the sky and
without seats, only the stage and gal
lery being roofed, and admission to the
open space, or 'yard' cost from one
penny to sixpence, while as much as x
sniinng, or halt crown was given to
obtain a place in the best parts of the
house, ('pun the rush-strewn stano sat
..oiuig giuiants, w no uratiK anil smoked
and joked while they waited for the
appearance ot the black-robed Pro
logue. Below, apprentices, tradesmen
sailors, and l-ow women crushed and
swayed, cracked nuts, and fought for
union appies. jt laities appeared in
the "rooms", or boxes, it 'wis consid
ered correct that thev should
meir races nenind masks. In due time
a nourish ot trumpets announced that
the play was to begin, and a flag was
uung our irom tne top ot the budding.
. iu mi,- u limpet s tnirn Hounding the
prologue whs delivered, the (curtain
divided and drew back, nid the actors
" Of movable scenerv then, ,,-no n,.
me stage was hung with arras, and
overhead a. blue cunouv renrpci.nti.,1
i no mueus. sometimes when a trag
edy was emu-ted the stiue hanirinis
were black. At the back of the stage
was a balcony which served for many
i n was tne inner room, up
per room, window, balcony, battle
ments, hill-side. Mount Ol
place in fact that was supposed to be
sepirated from and above the scene of
the main action. Here Juliet appeared
to Romeo and hero probably the play
king and play-queen in Hamlet enacted
iiieir parts. A change of scene was in
uicuieci ny some sugestive piece of
singe iiirniture a beil to signify
u. u- mumper; n mine with pens upon
it to siguify a counting house; or, more
simply, a board bearing in large letters
the name of the place intended was
brought upon the stage. Accordingly,
...r uiuiuHiiM, niignt cnange the scene
is often as he pleased. o imlulen in
magnificent description, without fear
i;i" i a lessee would offer as an objec
tion the expense of providing suitable
aim .Mrs. A. L. Wallace. Addition,,!
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry liowe
and daughter, Knthryn; Misses Neva
uim .Margaret Smith, Frank Churchill
nnd Mrs. M. B. Churchill.
About twenty-one Indies of the First
Methodist church were delightfully en
tertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.
A brief business session was followed
by au enjoyable social time and refresh
ments. Mjs. Zimmerman ni n;uf,i
j" tne serving by her mother, Miu
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dav, o'f Portland
are being congratulated upon the ad
vent of a son, bom April the nine
teenth. The little fellow will be called
Clarence Guy, Jr.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Olcott went to
Corvallis this morning for a brief visi
The members of the Chemeketa Chap
ter of the Daughters of the American
Revolution nre asked to meet at the
Henry H. Thielsen residence, 48.1 South
Commercial street, tomorrow afternoon
at 2:.m o'clock.
' William Morgan of Jefferson is in
C. A. Smith of Corvillis was in the
. citv yesterdnv.
i Governor Withyeombe went to Cor
vnllis this morning.
Mrs. A. L, Ask of Howell Prairie was
in t no city yesterday.
M. Sturgis was a' Salein visitor ves
Iterdnv, from Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Hickman of Molalla,
were in rne city yesterday.
' Mis. D. 1.. Williams w is a visitor in
the city yesterday from Monmouth.
Mr. and Mrs. F." 8. (1 mnett are spend
ing the week end ill Portland.
Ivan O. Martin nnd Charles A. Ran
dull went to Woodburn yesterday.
F. V. Wnguer was in Portland ves
tenlnv, registered at the F.nton. "
i -Mrs. A, Misrhlor is spending the
week end visiting her mother, Mrs.
Wampole at Woodburn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carson were in
Portland yesterdav, registered at the
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. R. Kellosg returned
from Portland after a ten dav visit
with their daughter Mrs, Samuel Moun
tain. C, ('. Lamb of the extension depart
ment of the (). A. C. is in the citv to
attend i meeting of the members of the
egg circles at the Commercial club.
I IMPERIAL BEAUTV j
f 301 Bunk of Commerce Building,
f I'hon. 303 Salem, Ore.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25cat all druggists.
rniTDT UAiicr vrroe
visum iiuuoL nuio i
The case of the state against Charles !
Schmid has been appealed to the cir cuit
court of this county from the con- j
elusions of tiie Justice" com t where it ;
was tried April 14. Schmid is charged.
with " having in possession 'idnlterat- j
ed food with intent to sell, towit a dead
body of n deceased cow." The case,
was tried in the justice court nnd re-i
suited in Schmid being found guilty i
and fined $100 with costs of $-t4.ir. j
The state evidently holds that the cow !
was one that had been suffering fromj
a serious illness, or a diseased cow, :
lfter she was killed, however, she be-j
camo the Late Bossy, deceased. It is!
ot denied that she was dead as her I
body was shipped in four separate sec-1
tiuns to this city but it is contended by ,
the defense that any dead cow is a de- i
ceased one but not all diseased. I
A suit for divorce was filed in the
circuit court, yesterday bv Emma Glover
against John P. Glover. The couple
were married in Flagstaff, Arizona, in
1897 and have four children aged from
11 to IS years. The complaint states
that the children are now residing with
the plaintiff nt Stayton and that the
defendant deserted the family in 1914.
The plaintiff seeks the custody of the
Dr. E. E. Fisher has filed a suit in
the circuit court of this county to col
lect money alleged due for services ren
dered from W. 8. Xeedhnm and Nancv
Necdham. It is alleged that a bill
To Make Up Her. Mind for
Surgical Operation. She Re
fused; Cured by LydiaE.
Philadelphia, Pa. "One year ago I
was very sick and I Buffered with pains
in my side ami back
until I nearly went
crazy. I went to
different doctors and
they all said I had
female trouble and
would not get any
relief until I would
be operated on. I
had suffered forf our
years before this
time, but I kept get
ting worse the more
medicine I took. Every month since I
was young girl I had Buffered with
cramps in my sides at periods and was
never regular. I saw your advertise
ment in the newspaper and the picture
of a woman who had been saved from
an operation and this picture was im
pressed on my mind. The doctor had
given me only two more days to make
np my mind so I sent my husband to the
drug; store at once for a bottle of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
believe me, I only took four doses be
fore I felt a change and when I had fin
ished the third bottle I was cured and
never felt better. I grant you the priv
ilege to publish my letter and am only
too glad to let other women know of my
cure." Mrs. Thos. McGonigal, 3432
Hartville Street. 1'hila.. Pa.
The Extra Quality
in these shirts is what
rou Dav fancy nricea
or in other kinds.
11 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 c 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Hallmark Shirts are
the shirts you've
at prices you don't
workmanship in every
$1, $1.50 and up
Neu) modelt ready stop
by TODAY and look
H6 STATE STREBT
Easter Haberdashery for
Women, Misses and Children
You will find at this Store a fine assortment of togs and sundry articles for your
Easter outfit at prices extremely reasonable.
Kid and fabric gloves, cotton and silk hosiery, novelty, neckwear, plain and fancy
ribbons, umbrellas, Kayser's and Carter's underwear, Phoenix and Kayser's silk
hosiery, infants and children's outfits, Kurd's fine stationery, novelty jewelry,
Persian ivory in sets and single items, Richardson's linens, white goods for con
firmation and graduation dresses, Warner's corsets, Modart corsets, muslin un-
derwear, silk and cotton petticoats, etc., etc.
A Most Interesting
"SPECIAL" WOMEN'S LINGERIE AND SILK WAISTS, SPECIAL AT $1.65 AND $3.45
WOMEN'S SPRING SUITS IN TIIE NEW MATERIALS, SPECIAL $17.50, $19.75, $24.50
WOMEN'S SILK AND LINGERIE DRESSES. ALL PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
U. G. Ship
145 N. LIBERTY ST.
for $"7 is still unpaid and tho plain
tiff has Attached part of block S5 iu
North Salem in connection with the
A marriage license was Issued at the
office of the county clerk today to
(leorge W. Main, a Salem farmer and
Ida, H. Marchand, also of Salem.
Judge WSlliim Galloway, of depart
ment number 2 of the circuit court
of this district, went to Albany today
to open court iu that city.
The jury in the case of J. C. Barnes
against E. A. Way today returned a ver
dict iu favor of tho defendant. This
was an nctiou brought to recover money
alleged due for services rendered. The
verdict was signed by all 12 of the jury
men. Husband Sees Wife and
Baby Killed by Train
Phoenix, Ariz.., April 21. Prey But
ler, following 200 yards behind in an-
wwMWijjm, ia aaniiiiM. urn uu.ii in n , -"f mft'Bmi w------r-. ,. mMUn II I II I! II III Hill I I
SALE PRICES ON EVERYTHING IN THE STORE
ALL 5 CENT ARTICLES NOW.
ALL 10 CENT ARTICLES NOW
ALL 15 CENT ARTICLES NOW
YOUR DOLLAR WILL GO FARTHER HERE THAN ANY
M 3B S M 9 S
59 tO and 15c STO
254 N. COMMERCIAL STREET
'other machine today was forced to wit-
j ness a speeding Southern Pacific, trail
crush to splinters an automobile iv
which his wife and three-year-old chil l
I nere riding.
The mother is dead. The child v.iM
j die. .Mrs. Harry Jones, the third per
son in tho machine, is suffering a bruk-
Ice hip and injuries from which it is
j doubled she will be ablo to recover
One of the women was driving the
i machine and underestimated the speH
,i tne oncoming train.. She attempted
to cross tho graded track, hut tho mo.
tor stalled, leaving the women and'
child helpless. Before they could loan,
; tin train struck them,
j Butler coming up a moment later
' rushed the three victims five miles to
Phoenix for medical aid.
CANNOT BE STERILIZED
I.os Angeles, Cal., April 2.1. District
Attorney Woolwinc today refused to
permit the sterilization of William
Bowcn, a prisoner.
After pleading guilty to a statutory
To Make a Saving of
20 per cent on all
Ilium I fir" hjjujipi 'in mi mim
charge recently, Bowcn requested tlint
he be sterilized by surgeons.
"As long as Bowcn is a prisoner, the
county is powerless to grant, his r.'
cpiest," Woolwiue stated.
KOEBED EXPRESS CAR :
Shrevoport. La., April 21 A masked
i oaniiu cany touay snot 1. I. 1'liillijv-;,
ian express messenger, and robbed an
express car on the Louisiana Kuilroad
; nd Navigation company's tram num
!ber 2, escaping wiien the cars reached
j Alexandria, jt was reported here. The
.account said the bandit remained on
the train for an hour. . ' '
MEI.SOX To Mr. and Mrs. Roy S,
Melson. 67o North Sixteenth street.
April 20, lillti, a girl, to be named
Mr. Melson is teller at the Capitol
9c cr 3 for 25c
13c or 2 for 25c
PLACE IN SALEM.
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