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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORLGON. TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1916.
Every item in White, "except a few contract goods,"
included in this Annual Sale event,
Beginning Wednesday, May 31st.
U. G. Shipley Co.
145 N.Liberty Street
THE rrlurn of Mr. and Mm. William
K. Slode, of Oxford, Nova Scotia,
causes much rejoicing in their
'iinily and also among their many
fliends in this city.
Mr. and Airs, blade arrived yester
day, and are the guests of their daugh
ter, MrB. John J. Koberts. They lia-e
returned to Oregon to make' their
home Hiid will live iu Hilverton wncro
Sir. Plade will he associated with his
"on, Claude 1'. Slndc, in the manage
ment of the Woolen Mills store in that
' city. Mr. and Mrs. Hlade resided in
' Falem for a number of months in 1912
' 33, the former being secretary of the
finleun I3oa.rU of Trade during the
Their daughter Mis Katherine Siaiic,
' who has been the guest of the John
. li'obcits for several months, wiil make
M home with her ftiinily in bilvcrton.
The departure of the rilades from
'Hford caused much regret and the
. following gives an account of a fare
well banquet tendered Judgo blade on
Ihc eve of his departure.
"The evening of May liith, 1910, wi.l
long lie remembered by those who a?
' winblcd aliout tuc "festive board" in
the dining rrom of the "Dufferin" li i
tel to take .part (probably for tho last
time) in Iho banquet given under the
. n.ispices of the tuford Hoard of Tradn
l.i honor of Circuit Judge W. K. Hlade
who wa to depnit from ua on the mor
row. At 51.45 p. m., some twenty-five
guests snt down to u most delicious
menu served up in a sumptuous and
tempting manner, and in. which "Tur
' ley" constituted a substantial' part
. thereof. After nil !cing feasted tho
"inner man'' Mayor lloss who presidee
St the board rose to his feet and after
douoting in a few remarks the occa
sion for which all were present, and
nig u short nchti ens expressing in
or.riae terms his regret in being called
upon to pait with our honored guest of
ihe evening, Judge Hlade, who wis sit
ting on his right and who had recently
decided to move to the wostern shores
of the great republic to the south of
us there to reside for the remainder of
Following tho mayor brief speeches
woo given hy not only members of Iho
various professions which were nil nblv
Jepiosenled hut in faet by all who sat
aiound the "festive board" anil in
which many pleasing reminiscences oi
tho life and l.ibnrs of our guust of tho
.veiling during his sojourn of the tast
3i years m our midst were recalled to
mind and publlcnlly expressed. He had
witnessed the growth of the town from
log houses and cow path at reels to tho
very handsome residences and modern
streets of toilny. Coming to tho town
as principal of the school, and in which
fjj.ae.ity he continued for 23 years,
faithfully fulfilling tho duties of his
'(vocation, and inculcating hy precept
end example a spirit wnich has left a
The proper balance of physical and mental powers
for efficient endeavor are directly related to certain
mineral elements phosphate of potash, etc., in one's
These vital properties often lacking in the usual
dietary are supplied in . splendid proportion in the
famous pure food
Made of whole wheat and malted barley, this delic
ious food is long baked, hence easy and quick of diges
tion, yielding a wonderful return of mental and physi
Grape-Nuts comes in the form of crisp granules of
nut-like flavour, ready to serve directly the package is
opened. With cream or good milk, Grape-Nuts is a
splendidly balanced food and makes for efficiency.
'There's a Reason"
vivid impress upon the generations
who sat under his teachings. Also in
the civic as well as educational al
l'airs of the town lie has been closely
allied for ni.iny years, and whether ins
Micas of justice were meted out by tne
"rod" or by the "statutes" they were
nlw.ys done in a fearless manner ami
nitii a fairness to his fellow man.
In his reply Judge 8lado thanked
those present for their many kind c
presions that had been made for both
he an,! Mrs. Hlade, and he assured them
tiiat thougii circumstiiMces favored his
taking up his abode for I lie a Iter noon
( his life with his family in sunny
dime on the shores of the Pacific, yet
dear recollections of Oxford nnd t ie
n.'any friends there would ever remain
;,rc'cn in memory and he hoped that at
some future day they might be permit
ted to again clasp the hands of those
present as of old.
All rose and sang "For He's a Jol.y
Cood Fellow'' after which the singing
f the national anthem brought to a
dose this delightful and memorable
function. Oxfird (Nova Scotia) Jour-
An informal dinner party was given
list night by Miss Klizubetli Lord, who
entertained eight of tne younger se
in honor of Miss I'lllen Thielsen, who
expects to leave in several weeks for
lioston, Mass. The tabl ) was most ar
tistic with a center of soft-colored
Lowers and lacy ferns.
With regrets good byes wcro said t'
day to Mrs. licorge .Dennett, who left
for her home in Han Francisco. Mrs.
l!onnelt has been the guest of he:
aolher, Mrs. Charles Dopp lor several
weeks and has many friends in Salem
who have made her visit delightful
with countless little Informal atten
tions. 1 ho innlrois -f the An fait club mo
tored out to the country residence ol
Mrs. C. C. Settlemier lust Tuesday to
enjoy an informal afternoon of sew
ing. l.nto in Ihc afternoon n dainty lunch
was served, The table was prettily
dicked with a basket filled with goli,
enhiiod poppies from which were jei
lew ribbons extending to the places
and marking covers lor Mrs. lOugenc
r'ckeilin, Mrs, T. K. Ford, Mrs. J. ia
dim, Mrs. ( . Davidson, Mrs. John Noutl
Mia. 1'aul Marnach, Mrs. George. I'nt
leison, Mrs. 1". . Zander, Mrs, V
Mickel, Mrs. Krauk Unvey, Mrs. Har
rv Tulbot and the additional guests
Mis, O. 0. Mct'lellan, Mrs. Edward
Triles, Mrs. II. 1'. Allen, Mis. William
I. lake, and Mrs. Arthur Abbott o'
Cards have been issued by President
and Airs, t arl tirogg Pouey for a re
ception to be given nt their residence
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
1210 ibt'ite street, Monday evening in
honor of the graduating class of Wil
Mrs. A. Klein and her guests, Mi.
ad Mrs. Norman Courtney (Kminalii.e
lilcin) of Ma.altan, Mexico, have re
turned from a fortnight's visit with
mends and relatives in Portland.
Interest now centers around the com
ic opera "liobin Hood" which is to be
an event of tomorrow night at the high
school. The performance promises l
bo ouo of the most profesional of tne
canon's amateur entertainments.
Mrs. Keith Powell (Alice Bingham)
and small son of Lafayette, are the
guests of the former's parents, Mr
and Mrs. George G. Bingham.
The Pringle and Pleasant Point a1
ciil club was pleasantly entertained
y Mrj. V. M. Coburn at her resi
dence in Pringle on Thursday after
noon, The rooms were decorated prettil;
with a prolusion of roses. The fore
part of the afternoon was spent with
needle work, nnd chatting. Later
brief business session preceded en am us
mg contest. Mrs. D. Vander'oilt was
awarded tho first prize and Miss Mat
(i"iy Piper the consolation.
Mrs. Coburn was assisted in the serv
ing by Mrs. J. M. Coburn and Miss
Those present were: Mesdames L.
.V. Potter, D. Vanderbilt, K. S. Coates,
K. E. Cooper, Quimby, C. C. Best, u.
T. Jones, Itoise, W. H. Orabcnhoisf,
Geo. Grabcnhorst, E. t3. Clark, C. C.
Harris, Chas. Grabcnhorst, J. M. Co
burn, W. li. Robins, Misses Kile.!
OrioLenow, Nellie Grabcnhorst, Grace
ifobertson, Edna Cannon, Margery
riper, Mclba McAllister, Harnett Co
burn, Phiilis and Virginia Dest, luai-
garet Jones, Fern Harris, Evelyn Co
burn, Masters Ellis Harris, Lruest
Cfork, Willie and George Grabenhorst.
A cablegram was received yesterday
innouneing the engagement of M si
lilunche O. Lewis of Berkeley, Califoi-
iik, to Dr. J. It. Henderson of La
Minn Leouest, Matngalia. Niciragua.
Central Ameriia, Miss Lewis formerly
lived iu Hnlcm with her parents, hue
as a stud' nt of Willamette I'uivcrsi'y
ml has many friends in college cir
The musical recital given by the
Willamette Conservatory of Music, un-
Icr the direction of Dr. Frank Wil
bur Chace nnd Mass Joy Turner, at the
First M. E. church last right attracted
i; lutjin andieuce. The program was
opened with piano solos by Miss Lu-
llle Emmons, the selections were both
of a technical nature and Miss Ein
aions gave a very good rendition of
Archie Smith, baritone soloist, sang
two uumbers and displayed a wide
range of voice of which he bad good
MioS laye Janctte Polio's piano scui
was in the nature of a reverie and was
ui'.i' h appreciated.
Miss EJiui Dennison played a violin
solo, accompanied on tne piano by Miso
.lits Louise llonson pleased the audi
ence with two well chosen soprano
solos, her charming manner making her
a favorite with all.
ihe second nart of tho progran
opened with two piano solos by Miss
Esther Cox. the selections were or a
spirited nature aud in both of them
M'sa Cox displayed Her original person
ality. Miss Eugenia Mclnturff cave two
soprano solos, one in French, the otc-
ei m English, tier voice has a won-
(iiMtul carrying power, ut times fill
ing the auditorium, blie also gave ex-
client interpretation to tho thought
of tho song.
in the two selections on tho pnno
uy Amelia Mclnturff Cassalman, a
good exhibition of technique was dis
played, especially was this true of the
inst number, Uigolctt.o In tlio next
.umber sho nlavtd, the sextette from
"Lucia Hi Lainmcrinoor" the entire
ixenisc being rendered with tho le't
The next number was a selection
fr mi tho opera, " Erninu" by the pnpu
1 r lvrie soprano solist, Miss Lelc
li ile McCnddiini. Miss McCnddam ha:i
a wonderfully wide range of voice of
u'.iih she has pertcct control, tu
sang with perfect ease as though tho
i.igh notes were eomiiio.ipiace.
The closing number of the program
was a fitting climax for the program;
i selection from Von Webers oper-.i l'1
"Coucertstruck iu F Minor by Hair,
.J, ii inn Mills on tho piano, aeeouipan
iid bv Dr. Chnvo on the pipe organ. In
the interpretation of t'ae opera Hi.
Ch.icc read a short sketch of th
theme, so that the audlenco could litt
ler understand the music.
Oeorgo O. Savage, of Newport, Is in
J. Y. Shrunk, of Aumsville, Is in the
city on business.
C. Hartley, of thiii city, was in Port
land yesterday, registered at the
Willinm Surgrnt, of Newherg, is vis
iting relatives iu the city.
John Majors wns in I'ortlund yester
day, registered at the Oregon.
A. L. Wtillaee and his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward W. Wallace, motored
to McMinnville this morning.
The Kev. C.eorgt F. Holt, who is at
tending the Northern Baptist conven
tion in St. Paul, will return next Sat
urday. Mrs. C. K. SpauUing, Mm. Walter
L. Spalilding, Miss Ha Spauldiiig and
Mrs, R. H. Mills motored to Newberg
and Daytnn this morning.
We have bven having opportunity for
proof that a man with a Minny disposi
tion helix a lot.
HEATH In the city, May 28, IDIti,
Pearl ileath, aged 23 years.
Funeral services were held this morn
ing from the chapel of Webb & ('lough,
and were conducted by the Rev. F. T.
Porter. Burial wis in flu Odd Fellows '
C'RAVFiR At the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Ella McKain, on the Sil
verton road, Sunday, May 2fl, 19lfl,
ifrB. Letitia A, Craver, in her 71st
Hhe is survived by a son and three
Funeral services were held this morn
ing from the McKain home, with burial
in ihe Odd Fellows' cemetery.
SMITH At his home r,oo North Ni. e
teer.th street, Tuesday moining, May
.iU, 1916, Clarence T. Hmith, in his
G4th year. '
He is survived by a widow, a son,
V. niter E. Smith of Portland and a
brother, Charles . Hmith of Portland.
Ptineral services will be held at
2 ISO o'clock Wednesday aftcrnoun
fio'n the chapel of Webb and Cloiw-i
ni.d will be conducted by the Rev. tail
.'.lliotl. Burial will be in the
SNYDER To Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Snyd
er, of 991 Mill street, Monday, May
29, 1916, a son, at the home of George
H. C'lymer near Mucleay.
THE DAY OF THE DEAD
By Ninette M. Lowater
When the days grow long and the
Impearlcd with tears the night has
When birds al sing and the trees all i
There comes to us the Day of the
Dearer far than goms or than goldenl
Is their dust, whose memory Honor j
And the Nation leaves its toil and its
To garland each bed where a hero :
We have grown old; they are young
forever, ; . .
With glory's halo around each head.
Our names will die, but forgotten
Are those on the roll of the Nation's'
Past are the pain and the bitter aching.
Our Bacred dead are their country's
And tho hearts that throbbed well nigh
Calmly above their ashes bow.
Peace to theni ipeace forever nnl ei'er!
Here shall no rude alarm intrude.
The jarring world shall disturb them
They know not of war or war's in
terlude. Bring to their graves no thought of
Why should we monrn o'er our
Their fame shall grow bright through
many a morrow
And shine like the stars when the
day has fled.
Bring laiirel and pine for their memory
And roses, red roses, to emblem the
Which follows them, even through the
And pnnsies, for thought of their
Bring roses white for their purpose
And mid the sweet flowers which are
Btrewn at its side,
Whether his rank was high or was
Set the Banner of Stars, for which
each one died.
Purine all this talk of nreiarerlne
it should not be forgitten that a lot of
golfers would make first class trench
Caused by Disease of Ike Kidneys,
The close connection which exist
between the heart and the kidney: is
welf known nowadays. Aa soon as
kidneys are diseased, arterial tension ia
increased and the heart functions are
attacked. When the kidneys no longer
pour forth waste, uremio poisoning
occurs and the person dies, and the
cause is often given as heart disease, or
disease of bmin or lungs.
It is a good insurance against such a
risk to send 10 cente lor a sample
package of "Amine" the latest dis
covery of Dr. Pierce. Also send a
sample of your water. Thie will be
examined without charge by expert
chemists at Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y.' When yon suffer from
backache, frequent or scanty urine,
rheumatic pains here or there, or that
constant tired, worn-out feeling, it's
time to write Dr. Pierce, describe your
symptoms and get his medical opinion
without charge absolutely tree. This
"Anurio" of Doctor Pierce's is found
to be 37 times more active than lithio,
for it dissolves nrio acid in the system
as hot water does sugar.
Simply ask for Dr. Pierce's Annrio
Tablets. There can be do imitation.
Every package of "Amino is snre to
be Dr. Pierce's. Yon will find the signa
ture on the package w?t as you do on
Dr. rierco's Golden Medical Discovery
for blood and stomach.
Kidney Disease is suspoctod by medical
men when patients complain of haekaclio
or sutfor with Irreirulur urination, dis
turbed, too (rrquent. scanty or painful
passago, 'rhogeueTafSymptuuis am rheu
matic pains or lnwinilgia, headaches,
diizy spoils, trritubility, despondency,
weakness arid general misery. Worry
IS a frequent cause and scnwtlmes a
symptom of kidney dlseasn. Thousands
have textllied to Immediate relief from
theee symptoms ajtex Using Dr. Pierce's
The Three Only Reliable Makes
in the Market
The New E
All prices are regulated for these machines and records
by these companies. Salem has the only store where
you can test out these three machines along side by side
This store is
432 State Street
ii MOST ELOQUENT MIL DAY ADDRESS
(By Colonel HoDert G. Ingeisol!)
"The iast. as it were, rises before
m hko a dream. Airain we are iu tho
areat struggle of national life. We
hear the sound of preparation tne
music of tiie boisterous drum the sil- I
ver voices of heroic bugles. We see
il.niicmiilu nf uqqinihl.'ipis. anil hear the.
appeals of orators, we see the pale
eheeks of women anil tne misnea iuees
of men; and in the assemblages we soe
i t the tkad, whose dust we have coy ti
ed wth flowers. We loso sight of
tr.em no more, we are wnn mem wncii
iKu onhst. in the irreftt armv of froc-
do:n. We sec them part from thoo?
tlicy love. Borne nro warning iur i,iu
List time in ifoody places, with the
maidens they mlore. We hear the
whisperings and tne sweet vows oi
eternal love as they lingeringly part
V flt'.nvo am hnnilimr nVOr I'm-
'urrvrr. iniuio mv. . . ,
dies ikistung babes that are asleep; i
W . n r. .a.inu'iiK, thd hleftsi 11 1' S of
old men. S,me arc parting with inoth-j
eis who aolil mem nnu press mini v
;l.eir heaits again and again, and siy
nothing; and some are talking wita
wics, and ri.dcavoring with brave
words sioken in the cold tones to drive!
awav tho awful fear. We see them
part. v see the wife !.tandiiig m t.e
loor with U.e mine in ner arms siauu-
ing in tiie sunngni suiiuing uv u-
turn of the road a hand waves she j
answers holding high in her loving
hands the child. He !s gone and loi-j
r them all as thcr maun
l iou'ly away .unler the flaunting thus
ken ping time to the wild grand irusic
ot wai niaiching down the streets ol
the great cities thru the towns and
acros.- the ; ra.ries down to the field.'
of glory to do find to die f ar the eteir-
'' t,liht- , ,,
"We eo wi.h them one and all. i c
ura hv their side on all the glor;
lields, in ki! the hospitals of pain on
nil t.i.i uic ninrrliis. Wc stand Bl.aiii
wth them in the wild storm and uinur!
i'..e quiet stars, we are witn tnem i",
i'e ravines unliiii.g with blood iu the
luruws of old fields. We aro witi:
tit. ut between contending hosts, nnablej
la move, wild w ith thirst, the life ebb-
:n slowly .iwny among the w ithercu .
i..n.. yy,'. 4e iiiem tuerced 1)V oali,
and torn with shells in trenches of
,.vio am) in the whirlwind of the
charge, where men become iron witt
11'ivcs of steei.
u .,ro with fhem In the prisons of
hatred and famine, but human speech
"it'i never tea wnat mev rnuoreu.
"We are t home when the news
comes that they aie dead. We see tiie
ii'Miden iu the snadow of her sorrow
We see the aiiver head of the old man
bowed with the last griat
'The past rises before us, and vc
se four millions of human beings gov
..iu.l liv i lie bish we tee them bound
hand aud foot we hear th strokes of
cruel whips we see the hounds track
ing women through tangled swamps-
sec babes sold from the breasts of
mothers, t ui.'l unspeakable! outrage
" Four million bodies in chains four
milion souls in fetters. All the sacied
traditions of 'wife, mother, father and
i hild trampled beneath the brutal feet
of night. All this was done under oj?
own beautiful banner of the tree.
"Tbe past rises before us. We heir
tiie roar and shriek of the bursting
shell. The broken fetters fall. There
heroes died. We look. Instead of
slaves we see men and women and chil
dr.L. The wand of progress touches
tne auction block, tiie slave pen ail
tuc whipping post, and we see homes
and firesides and sihool houses ar.d
books, and where all was want nnd
.rune, and cruelty and fear, we see tec
fa.is of tiie free.
"Tbi heroes are dead. They dijt
fc.r liberty they died for us. They
ire at rest. They sleep in the land
tney made free, under the Hag they
rendered stainless, under the solemn
pines, the sad hemlocks, the teari'ul
willows, the embracing vines. They
sleep beneath the shadows of llm
clouds, careless alike of sunshine or
storm, each in the windowless palace of
rest. Earth may run red with otner
wars they are at peace. In the midst
of battle, iu the roar of conflict, they
found the serenity of death. 1 hae
one sentiment lor the soldier lining
nnd dead cheers for the living ami
tears for the dead.'"
There is a better
cooked with Cottolene.
Used as shortening, it blends with the flour easily
and the result shows in the fine bating. Used fcr
frying". t makes the foods better tasting and more di-
gesuDie. i ry n realize tne quality it gives to foods.
Your grocer will supply you regulaily Cottolene is packed
in pails of various sizes.
IHOXFAI R B AN KIomptj
SALEM ICE CO
Ture Distilled Water Ice.
Miss Stege Leads in
Contest for Queen .
Miss Inez Stoge now heads the liM
in tho voting contest for queen of the
Cherry fair, with 10,l.r)0 votes. She
.8 the candidate of the Woolworth
store and from the vote she is receiv
ing, will be strictly in the race until
the last votes are cast.
Mits Estella Wilson of the Shipley
store, thj. candidate of the Artisan
ind Moose is running second and thin
is only her third day in the race, Iho
eemmittec in charge report that other
lodges arc considering tiie proposition
of entering a candidate. This commit
tit is of t lie opinion that witii a fev.
more entries and more organizations i.i-teri-eteil,
theie will be an old time ex
citing coniest. The tpiecn will lead in
Lie grand inarch at the dance to be
fiveii at the armory on the evening
of July 3.
'"he votes are today as follows:
X:?. Stege ln.i:,i
h'slella Wilson 6,300
''emu Coodcr "... (y'.T'i
jertrtide Coiey A..ii'l
Minnie Ilurr 3,000
Euroiic may be seeking more day
light so thero will be fewer night
mares. taste a zest to food