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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916.
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Made from clean, rich milk with the ex
tract of select malted grain, malted in our
own Malt Houses under sanitary conditions.
Infante and children thrioo on It. Agroct with
tho woakott ttomaeh of tf invalid or thm aged,
Nd$ no cooking nor addition of milk.
Nourishes and sustains mate than tea, coffee; etc"
Should be kept at home or when traveling. A nu
tritious food-drink may be prepared in a moment.
A g Uful hot before retiring induce refreshing
leer . Abo in lunch tablet form for business men.
Substitutes Cast YOU Sams Pries
Tako a Package Homo
City Market Ice &
Distilled Water Ice
On account of the backward season we have decided to reduce the price
of ice greatly. If you are not getting your ice at reduced rates ses
us and we will explain the system. Originators of immediate delivery.
We deliver to any part of Salem.
PHONE 474 141 y. HIGH STREET
WOULD HELP POLAND
Will Co-operate with Ger
many to Do All She Can to
Washington, July 2S. Anstro-Hun-
gary in co-operation witn liermany
will grant President Wilson 's wishes
in the matte' of Polish relief work in
the 'opinion of Foreign Minister Bur-
inn, according to advices received
Ambassador Ptnfiel I presented the
president's Polish relief appeal to
Austrian foreign aiinisTcr 11 una n
July 21!, according to this information.
Penlield strongly urged that tne
president's request be heeded and Bur-
inn expressed sympathy with the pres
ident s views auuintr his unomciai Be
lief that Austro-iru-.igary working
witn Germany would grunt all desired,
lie said he would lay the matter imme
diately before the emperor.
Burian said as Ansirta controlled
only one third -of captured Polish ter
ritory he did not have full liberty of
decision in the matter. He told Pen
field also that during the last few
mouths, owing to better crops and
management, conditions in thdt part
Oi - oland have improved.
proves it 25c at all druggists.
State House News t
5 oc IE T y
By ALINE THOMPSON
' Mrs. Clarence Keene and Mrs. Elea
nor McA.Uune of Hilverton motored to
aalem Wednesday. to attend the tea
for which Mrs. Charles dray and Mrs.
Ueorgo W. Gray were hostesses.
Mr. and airs. Henry K. Morwin have
as their ruettt dnrinir the week Frank
loeish, a prominent luwyer of Chicago,
jii., wno was en ronte to nan f ran
cisco. Mr. Loeish is one of a party of
well known eastern judges and lawyers
wno are on a pleasure trip. J ho parly
win sail trom nan rranclsro to llono
i . i
Mrs. Louis lteihtel, accompanied by
sier guest Mrs. sturke" lolt Thursday
tor a sojourn at Newnnrt.
Wnltw Smith, accompanied by his
Bisters, Mrs. bmith, and Mrs. Wilson,
motored to Salem from Pendleton
early in the week to enjoy an outing
at Riverside Acres. Smith hag re
cently acquired the Acres anil although
his plans are indefinite, it is said he
talks of coming to Salem to live.
The members of the Round Dozen
elub were entertained leceutly by Miss
J-Uhel Yates at her home on tho Prin
gle road. The afternoon wus devoted
to a contest, and lute a collation was
Mrs. T.W. Davies and daughter Miss
Esther Itaviex left today for a few
weens visit with relatives and friemia
in Oregon ity and Portland.
Mrs. K. B. Millard and daughters,
Margaret and Neva, left Thursday for
a several weeks' outing at Newiiort.
Mr.s.nd Mrs. William 8. Walton
(Harriett Hargrove) who have been
on s wedding trip to California re
Mrs. Henry l'awk and Miss Klene
ruwk spent Thursilny In Eugene.
HUE LEADING ISSUE
Republicans to Rely On What
Wilson Has Done or Left
Undone On Border
(Capital Journal Special Service)
West Salem, July 28. Harry Pen-
dell of Marion was a recent visitor in
tins neighborhood at his brother Jos
A force of mon are at work moving
the telephone Doles several feet back
from the railroad track.
Mrs. Chaa, Moore of Salem, and Miss
Clara Moore of jJcMinnville were
Monday guests at the Rev. T. D.
John Morgan of Kingwood Park
started Friday for Missouri, where he
has employment awaiting him.' He ex
pects to be away ior a considerable
length of time. Mrs. Morgan and baby
will gs to him after a time.
Mr. and Mrs. McMahan are occu
pying the Fraaier house on Second St.
Joseph Fennell is recovering nicely
from an operation for the removal of
a troublesome growth on his tongue.
Rev. and Mrs. Jasper and children
of Salem were dinner guests at the
Rev. T. B. Yarnes home Tuesday.
Mrs. Clay Heine and little ones went
Tuesday to her husband near Rose
burg. "Mr. Heise is working for the
Atty. Chester G. Murphey of Port
land was a Tuesday caller at the J. R.
Mrs. Chaa. Baker and dauehters of
Salem were visiting in this vicinity re-lis estimated that tae reclamation of
centiy. t these lands win cosy Ti,iw,uvv, or io
A pleasant little dinner party was per acre,
Particulars as to the plans and esti
mates of cost for the reclamation of
60,000 acres of land in Warner valley,
in Lake county, ami of 36,000 acres
along White river in Wasco county,
have b4n given out by tne state en
gineer as follows:
Under the Warner valley project it
Southern Pacific car shortage is in
creasing. On Wednesday the shortage
had increased to approximately 500
cars, and a6 that time the railroad had
orders for about 900 can.
A petition has been filed with the
stute highway commission for tho con
struction of a. cut-off from tho State
Uulch Pass ami Glennule roads to ac
commodate. ' the peopla.of Cow creek
and Wolf creek valleys in Douglas
Attorney General Brown has filed a
.i,. m tha mtitim for a writ of
is contemplated to drain -,000 acres hibiti(m sought by the state com
of swamp lands in Warner valley and . f iliniring Into its rates
to irrigate 33,000 avre of these lands
by gravitv and 27,000 acres by pump
ing, in the south end of the valley.
The plans include the development of
20,000 horse power on Deep creek to I
nnArnt. ilrotlfTftft (liirttnr cnnKt.rill'tioil I
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and to mimp water tor irrigation, rro- th ' ehenlt eourt lias 110 jurisdiction
Big valley and -Coleman valley to in
sure the reclamation of the marsh
lands in years of extreme ma-off. Jt
is proposed to provide for tho storage
of 100,000 acre feet of water in Big
valley on Deep creek, 60,000 acre feet
in Coleman valley, and 75,000 acre feet
in Cowhead Lake, making a total stor
age of 235,000 acre feet of water.
These reservoirs will be utilized to
their full capacity only during extreme
high water years, and it will be nec
essary to hold the water back to keep
the same from inundating the reclaim
ed marsh lands. It is estimated that
the development will cost $1,726,000,
or $29 per acre.
Under the white river project u is
Drorjoeed to irrigate 36,000 acres of
land lying on both sides of White riv
er a short distance aoove its junction
with the DeBchntes. It is proposed to
irrigate these lands with the waters
of White river, supplemented Dy tne
storage of 18,000 acre feet in Clear
Lake, and also witn. tne waters oi
Gate. Rock and Threemile creeks. It
Mrs. E. H. Bates of Portland is vis-
itiug her sister-in-law, Mrs. R. W.
Miss Zida Proctor, who is studying
to be a nurse in SpoUune, is visiting
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Proctor.
Mrs. A. C. Ilulcomb of Grants Pass,
who has been tho guest of her mother,
sirs. i.. .VI. Pound, le't yesterday ior
Portland, where she will visit her sis
ter, Mrs. O., If. Gilbert.
KIKFK To Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Itil'fe, Rural avenue, Siilcni, July 25,
11)16, a son.
BKTKKR To Mr. ami Mrs. Louis Bet-
ker, of Highland, July 27, 1916, a
BOAT WRIGHT To Mr. nu.l Mrs. M.
J. HoutwrigM, 462 South Sixteenth
street, July 27,' 19 HI, a foil.
UNCLE SAM'S REPLY
Washington, July 2N. Mexican Am
buHsador Arredondo was this afternoon
handed this government's reply to Cnr
ruuza'a note of July 12, proposing a
joint commission for the settlement of
the Mexican difficulties. Arredondo
had a half hour conference with the sec
retary of state and Americau Anibas
sudor to Mexico Fletcher.
New York, July 28, First formal
indication that Mexico will be the
main issue on which the republicans
will attack the Wilso.i administration
In the presidential campaign was con
tained in a statement issued today by
Nationai Chairman Willcox. The state
ment denied the republican party's
criticism of the handling of the Mex
ican problem, was "dictated oy any
sinister influence," and bitterly as
sailed Wilson s "maladministration"
of affairs there.
The Willcox statement follows:
"All statements made in newspapers
or elsewhere to the cifect that the at
titude of the republican party towards
the situation in Mexico to dictated by
any sinister influence, corporate or
otherwise, are contrary to the facts.
Our interest in Mexican affairs is the
result solely and exclusively of the
miilidminiHtratioii of Americau rcla
Mexican factions. The weakness of
the Wilson administration in dealing
with tho Mexican question is so fully
before the American people that it is
a vital issue in this caraimiBil.
"It is therefore, not possible for the
democratic party to evade the respon
sibility for conditions in Mexico by
ascribing ulterior motives. The issue
is plain and clear cut. It is the prin
ciple of the republican party to insist
upon the full protection ot American
citizens and American rights.
given on Wednesday by Mrs. Ross
honor of her husband's birthday anni
versary. Covers were laid for ten
Those present were, Mr. and Mrs. D,
Cade, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krneger,
Sherman illiot, Mrs. r.lliot, Mrs. B
White, Mrs. Ed Brock, Mr. and Mrs.
Koss, Mrs. rTanit uiDson,
The Woman's Missionary Society are
holding a meeting today. Mrs. r. 1.
Porter of Salem will deliver the ad
dress at the afternoon meeting.
Daily sessions will be held at 10 a.
m., 2 p. m. and 8 p. m.
Rev. E. O. White of Albany, a noted
Bible student and' lecturer, will speak
on Friday afternoon and euening. The
meetings will continue till August 6th.
A FATHXELE&d RUMOR
It's a fine thing to gain this end in an enjoyable,
The food one eats should not only contain the
maximum of body, nerve and brain building quali
ties, but should rate high as a appetizer.
is unique in both these properties. Made of whole
wheat and, malted barley, it, retains the wonderful
nutriment of these grains, including their mineral
elements which are vital for health. At the same
time Grape-Nuts is a delicious food, possessing a
natural sweetness combined with a delicate malt
t Served with cream, or good milk, Grape-Nuts is
ideal for children and grown-ups, building and main
taining the system for the demands of life in pleas
ant, enjoyable way.
"There's a Reason"
Grocers everywhere sell Grape-Nuts.
Gale W. Church, of Forest Grove, was
a Snlem visitor yesterday.
Mrs. JS. 13. Robertson, oi Turner,
was in tho city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Burber were in
the citv yesterday from Silvertou.
J. W. Feathers returned yesterday
from a business trip to Kings valley.
William J. I.illeuuist was in Portland
vesterdav, registered at the Cornelius.
Geo. W. Wuito, of Klamath Falls, was
transacting business in Salem yester
Johu Smith und wife of Vancouver,
were registered at the Capital hotel
Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffith are home
from a three months' visit, in outhru
W. H, Da uc v is in -Portland confer
ring with officials of the Pacific Tele
nhmie and Telcfranh company.
William Pasco, of Waterville, Miniy,
is in the city, visiting at the; horns '-of
his brother. Henry Pasco, Of Sulem
Mrs. celeste Iddings, of the Barnes
store, returned yesterday from s 10
days' vacation spent at Portland and
Miss Blanch Deck left this morning
for Portland aud will tail tomorrow aft
ernoon on the steamer Great Northern
for San Fraucisco, where she will make
Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Rush sad daugh
ter Helen are home from a motor tour
in the Sound country. Good roads
were found on all the trip, the return
from Tacoma being made in 14 hours.
Mr. Bush M associated with the Metro
politan Life Insurance company.
CONVENTION AT THE
., QUINABT CAMP QBOUND
The j-unual Convention of the Bun-
day Schools and Christian Endeavor
Societies of the I'nited Evangelical
church was held on Wednesday. About
75 registered delegates were is sttend
ante, besides many others who took
part in the meeting. Addresses were
delivered by Rev. D. M. Metxger of
LeMara, Iowa, on Teacher Training;
Rev. C. A. Phippa of the State 8. a
Association; E. C. Farnham of Corvsl
lis; Loyd Sharmon of Portland C. E.
Union and Miss Berths Magnesa of
Salem missionary under appointment
to i nins.
The following officers were elected:
President, Rev. C, p. Ustes of Day
ton; vice-presidents, E. C. Farnham
and Mrs. Hall ot Portland; secretary.
Rev. A. R. Schmalle; treasurer, M. 8,
Ottawa, Ont., July 28. What the na
val department described later as an
unfounded report that the German sub
marine freighter Bremen had been
captured off Halifax, created excite
ment here today. No one knew where
the rumor originated.
The Orenco Canning company of
Orenco, "seeing no hope of accomp
lishing the purpose fo which this com
nanv was incorporated," has filed a
certificate of dissolution at the office
of the corporation commissioner.
Articles of incorporation have been
filed ty the American College of rnofo
Engraving of PortlanL capitalization
$5000. incoriwrators Mgar Scnonber
eer. R. Schonberger and Robert D.
The state land bent bas decided to
eive James C. Moore more time in
which to Tost the $15,000 necessary to
complete his bond in the summer and
Albert lakes development matter. This
decision en the part of the board fol
lowed the receipt ot a letter, written
by Mr. Moore to his sttorney. . A.
Sheppard of Portland, in which he
states that he has arranged to get
$j00,0W) for bond payment and devel
opment purposes, and also $400,000
more to have on hand when needed.
According to late reports received
by the public, service commission, the
and service and regulating the same on
petition of the Central uregon irri
gation company Water Users' associa
tion. A teniKrary injunction was
granted in the case of Jmlge oaiio-
1 ne anoiuey gem-iai icftio ,..
over, tie public, service commission,
When Stomach Fails
Try Pineapple Juice
The finest thing you can use for weak
or disordered stomach is a combination
of pure pineapple juice pepsin and oth
er ingredients, scientifically proportion
ed as they are in NATOL PINEAPPLE
PEPSIN COMPOUND. This prepara
tion, which sells for 50c and $1.00-per
bottle, gives such universul satisfaction
that we euarantee every bottle to bene
fit the user or refund the money. Try
it at our risk. . J. C. Perry Drug Co.
COURT HOUSE NEWS S
Angler's licenses have been issued
to Perry Luther Pickett and S. E.
Rhodes, both of Salem.
A complaint was filed in Depart
ment 1 of the circuit court this morn
ing by the Capital Street IJarage, a
cornoration, against J. D. Gilliam, in
which it is alleged that defendant
wrongfully removed a radiator from
an automobile belonging to plaintiff
and converted it to his own use. Plain
tiff asks judgment in the sum of $125
and costs of this action.
Action to collect a promissory note
was beiiun in the circuit court this
morning by R. Heywood against lT. S.
Huler. Saul uote was originally given
to George Palmer, who transferred it
A decree was filed yesterday b
Judge Galloway in the case of A,
Barrows vs. Robert jargrove et al,
granting to plaintiff n good and valid
title in fee simple, free from all claims
and demands of del'andants.
Tell Others How They Were
Carried Safely Through
Change of Life.
Dur&nd, Wis. "I am the mother of
fourteen children and I owe my life to
Lydia . Finkham o
pound. When I wan
45 and bad tho
Change of Life,
mended it and it
gave me such relief
from my bad feel
ings that I to oil
several bottles. ,1
am now well ami
healthy and recom
mend yeur Compound to other ladies."
Mrs. Mary Ridgway, Durand, Wis.
A Massach use Its Woman W r ltst
. Blackstone, Mass. "My troubles
were from my sge, and I felt awfully
sick for three years. I hud hot flashes
often and frequently suffered from
pains. I took Lydia E. Pfnkham'o
Vegetable Compound and now am well."
Mrs. Pierre Cournoyer, Box 239,
Such warning symptoms as sense of
suffocation, hot flaahes,headaches, back
aches, dread of impending evil, timidity,
sounds in the ears, palpitation of tho
heart, sparks before the eyes, irregu
larities, constipation, variable appetite,
weakness and dizziness, should be heeded
by middle-aged women. Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has carrieil
many women safely through this crisis,
An amended auswer has been filed
in the case of W. H. Robinson vs. E.
O. Eoff et al.
Immediately upon the conclusion of
the Jeans trial in Judge Kelly's de
partment of the circuit court work wan
begun upon the selection of a jury foi
the case of the State vs. Er. Brcwsterv
Dr. Brewster is a ladv with offices in
the Hubbard building, Salem, ' and .iu
cVarged with the practice of chiroprac
tic without a license.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. MacNamara, of
Shenandoah, Iowa, are in the city st
the home of their daughter, Mrs. W. J.
Entress, Ii85 Court street.
BEING OUT YOUR
Beneath that soiled, discolored, faded
or aged complexion is one fair to look
upon. Mercolized wax will gradually,
gently absorb the devitalized surface
skin, revealing the yontsfnlly fresh,
white and beautiful skin underneath.
Used by refined women who prefer
complexions of true naturalness. Mer
colized wax in ono ounce package, with
direetiones fur use,' is sold Dy all druggists.
Mfl j fill ! j
'PATHER, do you sup-
u cr j
pose we euuiu tuiuru
to rent that new cottage next to Grace and Billy?"
"Hunt Afford it? Why, our garage cost more than .
the whole house. Have you gone crazy?"
1 don't care what it cost Grace aays it's just like
hers and if it is I want to live in it."
"Weu,-fof the love of say I may I ask Just what is
the matter with this simple, unpretentious, little hun
dred thousand dollar dwelling ?J
"You may ask, and it will give me great pleasure to
tell you. I haven't a decent floor in the house. My
wall paper and hangings are old fashioned. Most of
my lighting fixtures are loose or too tight. I don't be
lieve my plumbing is safe. My old gas stove is about
as efficient for cooking as a kerosene lamp. And father!
The hot wafer service that Grace has! You know
yourself that we don't have hot water before nine any
morning. There's never enough for the laundry, and
as for getting hot water at night, we might as well be
living in a tent. And to think that all Grace has to do
to get a cupful or a hundred gallons of steaming hot
water is to turn a faucet any time of day or night I
"How does she do it?"
"They have a Ruud Automatic Hot Water Heater
connected up directly with the water and gas pipes.
She never gives it an instant's thought or attention.
It's the same as having hot water piped into your
house like gas."
"Well, why don't you get one?"
"Oh! thank you. YU telephone in the morning to
the Gas Company.'
THE GAS COMPANY
Slate isd Coiniaercial Streets
Phone 85 M