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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1916.
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- By ALINE THOMPSON '
Mrs. Julm n. McXary hug bs lir the wore honors fulling to Mrs. Kiunl;
house guests, the Misses Gertrude and, Davey and T. M. Jlarr. Mrs. Mickel
Margaret Oruy of Seattle. The girls; wan assisted-in the serving by Mrs. K.
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STORY SEEMS PROBABLE
By Carl W. Ackerman.
(United Press, staff correspon-
Cologne, Oct. 7. (Delayed.)..
It la not impossible that Am-
' bassador Gerard is conveying
peace proposals to America. Be-
fore departing from Berlin be
held most important conferences
with Chancellor Von Bethmann'
Hollwcg, Foreign Secretary of
War Von Jagow, Dr. Solff, sec-
retary for the colonies, and sot-
eral leading members of the
It is believed here that now
is the time for Washington to
make peace. Only Washington
can do this because she posses-
ses such great influence with.
London and Paris.
Now is the psychological
moment, for if peace is not made
now, the war must last another
year as the winter campaign Is
An armistlcs is not mentioned,
but it is believed that President
Wilson can appeal to the powers
and ask them to send special
representatives to Washington
to negotiate peace.
In the meantime, the war can
go on and these negotiations
may form the basis of a durable
Indigestion. One package
proves it. 25c at all druggists.
I will pay $.j00 reward for the arrest
and conviction of the person or persons
who set fire to and burned my barns on
the Ball ranch, three miles and a half
north of Salem, Wednesday night, Oct.
CHARLES D. SCHMID.
arrived Thursday and will visit in Sa
Jem for a few weeks. -
J. Davidson and
Ouinn, Mrs. A
Miss Lou Pavey,
The club includes the following mem-
Honoring Miss 'Florence Scheuerle. i bcrs: Mr. and Mis. J. A. Nndon, Mr,
rwiio recently emtio to rtuiem irom i en
tralia, Washington, Mrs. George Fox
entertained with a charming luncheon
Ureens and an artistic array of yel
low toned blossoms centered the pretti
ly appointed tuble. Luncheon was fol
lowed by nn afternoon over the "!(iu"
tables. Mrs. Fox was assisted by Mrs.
Those asked to meet tho attractive
maid were: Miss Dorothy Dick, Miss
Imella Pntton Miss Murgnret (londin,
Miss Margaret Lcgg, Miss Lucille l)e
Willte, Miss Doris Churchill, Miss Mnr
jorie lirown, Miss Lucilo Jones, Miss
Kmma Snook, Miss Dorothy Huckner,
and Miss Bculnh Fox.
Mrs. Zadoc J. Iiiggs returned Sutnr
day evening from a short visit in Port
land. Mrs. Viola B. Smith of 10IH Ouk
utrreet, lett today Tor Denver, Colorado,
where she will spend the winter visit
ing her brother.
Mrs. J. Medrath, whoso homo was
formerly in Portland, returned Sunday
from a visit to friends in tho Itose
Miss Edith Hazard. Mrs. W. M. Ham
ilton, Miss Mnttio Heatty and Mrs. C,
1. Kishop left early this morning for
BcasJilc wliero they will attend the an
nual state convention of federated wo
man' club. Miss Heatty has tho hon
or of first vice president of the federa
tion. It is expected the sessions will
include the entire week.
In celebration of their eleventh wed
ling anniversary Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Mickel entertained the members of thc New York, Oct. I) hubb-Jc Hons, the
lolly Score club at tho first meeting of ! lni-ircst marine itianrn nee firm in the
the season on Tuesday evening at their country, increased their rates from 40
and Mrs. 10. ('. Quinn, Mr. ami Mrs.
John Noud, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. ISarr,
Mr. and Mrs. Flunk Dhvcv, Mr. and
Mrs. II. ('. McClean, Mr. and Mrs. A.
.1. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mick
el, Mrs. It. W. llartmnn, Miss Lull
Davey, h. A. Doniogalla and O. II.
1 1 art man.
Miss Lucretin (leorgo has returned
from a visit to friends and relatives
Mrs. Mary llowd, accompanied by
her niece. Miss Lounnna Brown, spent
the week end visiting relatives in
Mrs. Kmmn Huz.aid, who has been
visiting her brother, Charles Patterson,
went to Eugene tor n stay before
leaving for her future home in Kan
sas. Mrs. Buzzard formerly lived in
The junior society of the Baptist
church held a social meeting in the
church parlors on Friday evening.
About 40 young people participated in
the gnyeties and the evening was in
charge of Mrs. Thomas Darius, super
intendent. (lames formed the evening diversion,
and Inter the party closed with refresh
Mr. and Mis. Henry K. Menvin ami
small son, Paul Henry, accompanied by
Madam I. yon, motored to Portland,
Thursday, returning Saturday evening,
tleorge Alerwin, who came home with
Mr. and Mrs. Mcrwin left todny fo
California. RAISE INSURANCE RATES
residence, 8SM Center street
The evening was devoted to "."00
to 70 per cent todny. One firm made
an S5 per cent incrense in rates.
How Many Are Restored To
First. Almost every operation ir
our hospitals performed upon women
becomes necessary through neglect of
such symptoms as backache, irregulat
and painful periods, displacements, pain
in the side, burning sensation in the
stomach, bearing down pains, nervous
ness, dizziness and sleeplessness.
Second. Themetiicine most success
ful in relieving female ills is Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It
regulates and strengthens the organism;
it overcomes disease.
For forty years it has been making
women strong and well, relieving back
ache, nervousness, ulceration and in
flammation, weakness, displacements, I
irregularity and periodic pains. It
has also proved invaluable in prepar
ing for childbirth and the Change of
Third. The great number of unso
licited testimonials on file at the Pink
ham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., many
of which are from time to time published
by permission, are proof of the value of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, in the treatment of female ills.
Fourth. Every ailing woman in the
United States is cordially invited to
Write to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass., for
special advice. It is free, will bring you
With and may save your HCe,
Saturday Next Is
Annual "Bundle Day"
The second annual bundle day of the
social service department of the Salem
Commercial club will be held on Satur
day, October 14, when all bundles to be
donated by people of Halem will be gath
ered up by the Commercial club and the
contents given to help those who need
clothing for the winter months. Mayor
H. O. White has declared this day to be
Bundle day throughout the city and
urges all citizens to observe it and dp
everything they can to make it a great
er success than the one of last year.
The following is the mayor's proclo
mation: Whereas, Every center of population,
however prosperous and well regulated,
always has a certain percentage of cit
izens who through unfortunate circum
stances, and other causes, must be as
sisted by the more fortunate, and
Whereas, The Social .Service Center
of Salem has handled tho relief work
of the city during the past years in a
constructive and efficient manner, and
Whereas, The First Annual Bundle
dny was a material benefit to the So
cial Service Center in their work and
an economic saving to the community,
Now, I, H. O. White, mayor of the
City of Salem, by virtue of the power
thus given me, do hereby declare Satur
day, October 14, as the '"'Second Annual
Bundle Day" for the city. I further
urge that all citizens co-operate with the
Social Service Center by generous do
nations on this dny, so that we as cit
izens may know that.during the winter
there may be no one of our citizenship
who need suffer for the lack of ade
Signed this (ith dny of October, in the
year of our Lord, 1910,
(Signed) II. O. WHITE,
Mayor of the City of Salem.'
During the past year the organization
distributed over $460 worth of clothing
in this manner. Absolutely no charges
are ever made for any clothing distribut
ed. I lie organization is maintained with
no overaead charges no money is paid
anyone for salary with the exception of
one person who is employed to make
over the clothing and distribute it on
Since the last report was made, this
association has assisted as follows:
Medical aid given to .15 persons
(In some cases including
nurse and doctor services.)
Clothing distributed to.
Fond supplied to:
Families temporarily in
capacitated, ranging in
size from 2 to tl
Persons unable to work.
On Saturday, October 14,' committees
in charge of this work will call for the
clothing at the different homes. It is
requested that partHJcsiring to don
are will tall the Conrmercial club, 302,
before Saturday, giving their names and
addresses and place their bundles on the
front porch so that they may be picked
up on Bundle day.
Al'STtX Rose Austin, aged 10 years,
died Sunday night, October 8, 11116, at
the homo of her foster-parents, Mr.
and . Mrs. B. P. Taylor, 1437 Center
street, of sar coma cancer.
Funeral services will be held at the
home of Mr. Taylor on Center street,
Tuesdov, October lO, at 2 o'clock. Kev.
O. W. "Klliott. of Portland, will con
duct the services. Interment will be
in the I. O. O. F. cemetery. 1
Journal Want Ads Get Besults Too
Want Try one and see.
It is now and always has been the policy of this store to
sell merchandise strictly upon its merits We offer only
standard merchandise at economical prices.
Carter's Knitted Underwear
Kayser's Knitted Underwear
Phoenix Guaranteed Hosiery
Bradley's Caps and Sweaters
Warner's Rust Proof Corsets
Modart Front Lacing Corsets
Kid and Fabric Gloves
Richardson's Famous Linens
Cotton and Wool Batts
Plain Outing Flannel
Novelty Outing Flannel
Outing Flannel Gowns
Scarfs and Cap Sets
Silk and Lingerie Waists "
Dennison's Hallowe'en Novelties
Leather Hand Bags
Bed Blankets and Comforts, Umbrellas, Ribbons
Pictorial Review Patterns
Complete Lines of Ready to Wear and Ready to Use
Women, Misses and Children
U. G. Shipley Co.
145 North Liberty Street
Salem, Oregon j
Your Preparations for Winter Will Be Incomplete Unless
You Select Practical Footwear from Our Complete Stock
The material used in our lines of Leather and Rubber Footwear in the best that
can be secured by buyers who have had years' of experience. The workmanship
represents the highest standard of efficiency, produced under the management of
men who are masters in their line. Therefore we offer to our trade nothing but
the most durable footwear obtainable, and our prices are absolutely fair.
Let Ais remind you that when you patronize us you are not helping to make up
any. loss from bad accounts, or to pay for a high salaried bookkeeper to look
after such accounts. What you are doing is this: You make it possible for us
to sell the best merchandise at the lowest prices. Inspect our goods and be
The Brown Shoe Co., the J.
Miller Co., the Neihoff Shoe,
the Nugget Shoe, and the
Gold Standard Shoe. These
names stand for the Acme
of Perfection in heavy shoes
for men and boys. Shoes
produced , by these com-,
parries ?; and stamped with
these titles are on. displa
in our store. They are in dif
ferent styles and heights,
and are made from the
choicest cuts of leather. We
can fit all from the small
boy to the large man. Our
prices range from $2.85' up
In purchasing Rubber Boots
great care must be taken to
ascertain the quality and the
length of time the boots,
have been in stock. The
isextra good and our stock
quality of our line of Boots
is extra good and our stock
every member of the family.
Nothing better for the min
er than our heavy "Trawler
Bootee," made with double
soles and leather or rubber
uppers. Ask for the "Hub"
trade mark. It signifies
Umbrella made 1
Our line , of Ladies' and
Men's Umbrellas is second
to none, j If you cannot find
what yoii' want in our dis
play you will be exceptional
ly hard to please.
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Baptist Church Rally
Day Great Success
Bally clay at the Baptist church yes
terday was an interesting and impres
sive affair. The Sunday school had
placed 350 as the number desired to se
cure for the day. This was SO more
than the goal of .last year. But all
expectations were shattered when 448
young men. and women attended. This
was !u more taau was piuniieiv-
All classes iftall departmentswere
represented. One hundred and twenty
eight were enrolled In the cradle roll
and primary departments. It was pro
motion day. too, and children were ad
vanced from the primary deportment to
the .tumor classes.
Following the Sunday, school session a
review of the school was held, ,the of
ficers of the school standing on the
platform as the classes marched by
Music was furnished by Lillian Steee,
violinist, and Miss Evelyn DeLonjr,
pianist. "Onward Christian Soldiers"
was the song sung, r.ach class Had a
standard and a placard with its name,
enrollment, and the number present. Ev
ery class but one had an attendance
exceeding its enrollment. After the re
view, the school was seated with the
eongreiintion and the pastor gave a
short message on "Christian Courage."
The school is now engaged in an en
listment campaign and expects a large
number of recruits, rue committee in
charge of the rally dav was Rev. Holt,
pastor of the church. Miss Nina McNary
and Miss Dora Walker.
Due to Submarines
New York, Oct. ft. The New Lork
sun financial review todav says:
Under the influence of heavy selling
for both accounts prices in today 'e
earlv trading broke sharply, maximum
! losses running from four to 12 points
among the prominent issues, witu
i still heavier decline in a few issues, not-
ablv Republic Iron and Steel, which
sold down 18 points, although recover
ing about as (piickly as it had slumped,
i Semi-panicky conditions prevailed in
comniision houses. Timid and financial
ly weak customers rushed their selling
: orders regardless of market or intrin
sic values, and in consequence of their
1 abnormal fright over the presence of
German undor.-sea boat or boats on this
' side of the water they went home with
heavy losses and with poor opinions of
'Wall" Street as a money making ceu
ter. Professional bears reaped a harvest
! So did strong public operators who
; bought ou the slump and sold ou the
subsequent partial recovery. It was the
first substantial decline in weeks.
Cannot Locate Crew.
What Small Folks
Will Wear to School
Noted Artist Will
: Locate In Salem
Datus Myers, who was six years with
the Chicago-Art Institute nnd who was
a protege of Charles Francis Brown, the
artist who was in charge of the United
States section uf the art department nt
the Panama-Pacific exposition at San
Francisco last year, has announced that
he will open a ntudie in Salem soon. Ha
has secured -roams in the Fiifct National
t hank building niuf will have nis atelier
r j,v.i ,. - si m
rcauy iur wurK miiiin a icwjcckb. rnr
the past year he has been located ou
the farm of his parents near Tulbott.
which is about -0 miles south' of this
city. . : ;
it is considered to be especially sig
nificant for Salem that an artist of such
caliber and quality us Mr. Myers should
locate here, aud among Salem artists it
lifts the city out of an undesirable ob
scurity into a realm which places it on '
a level with the progressive cities of
the west. Mr. Myers brings with him a
wife who is practically as talented as
himself, as she studied four years at
the Chicago institute. Ho won a Travel
ing scholarship for his excellent work
and also a $75 prize offered by the Ev.
nuston Woman's club for mural decora- -tion-
His specialty is portraiture.
The advent of Mr. Myers to Salem has
been recevied by those interested in art
nnd it is hoped by them that ho will
be well received by Suleniites.
Life is short, in spite of the fact that
it is full of longing.
Washington, Oct. 9. The navy de
partment n advised by Admiral
; Knight by telegraph today that United
States destroyers have been unable to
I locate the crew of the British freighter
j Kingston, sunk bv a German submarine
i off Nantucket, 'if the crew has been
' saved. Knight reported, it was by a mer
chant ship which has failed to report
j the fact officially. '
That good old Salem cituen, J. V
Robertson, left last night for Portland
j and today is on his wsy east for a two
months' visit. He will stop off for a
; visit to two brothers 1n Montana, go
, ing from there to Lincoln, Neb., where
he will visit a sister, then to DosMoiues.
la., to visit relatives. He will return
by way of Oklahoma, visiting a brother
. in Law ton. He says he will lose his vote
I but thinks Wilson will not need it this
I Some people would rather be right
than be happy.
The Proud One.
Tobacco brown serge is box plaited
to a high brown velvet belt. The ef
fect over the gayly plaited silk waist
is quite empire indeed. Buttons play
their part, but what gives the design
chic are the collar and cuffs of linen
edged with cluny lnce.
Hortcnse I can only be a sister to
Alphonse Then give mo back my
Hortense Why, Alphonse! Who
ewr heard of a sister doing such n
foolish thing as that! Judge.
EXCEPTION TO THE RULE.
Mr. Rodd You " should remember,
my son, that there is nothing attained
without labor. You need not expect
to get something for nothing.
Tommy Huh'.- I get lots of lick
ings for nothing, anyhow.
' 4 Circumstances alter cases-'
"You bet they do. Reduction of fare
is all right ou n railroad, but it isn't
in a boarding bouse."
A CLEAR COMPLEXION
Ruddy Cheeks Sparkling Eyes
Most Women Can. Have
', Says Dr. Edwards, a Wcli-Knonn
Dr. F. M. Edwards- for 17 years
treated scores of women for liver and
bowel ailments. During these years he
gave to his patients a prescription made
of a few well-known vegetable ingredi
ents mixed with olive oil; naming them
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, you will
know them by their olive ;color.
These tablets are wonder-workers on
the liver and bowels, which cause a nor
mal action, carrying off the waste and
poisonous matter in one's; system.
If ycu have a pale face, sallow look,
dull eyes, pimples, coated tongue, head
aches, a listless, no-gocd feeling, all out
of sorts, inactive bowels, yea take one
of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nightly
for a time and note the pleasing results.
Thousands of women as well as men
take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the
successful substitute for calomel now
and then just to keep in the pink of con
dition. 10c and ZSc per box. All druggists.
Beautiful Bust and Shonlcfprs
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TriM' ,f m wer tcientincally constructed
Bica Jalte Bnuait-rc
Tli iltars inir wricM of an nnrnnflnrri biwl o itrrtrhc the
opportiug UJU.vlt-s Uiat I he contour of the lijure is spoiled.
CT1,5JI W rut t,,e ,,usl bni'k wh"' It be-
V JlifelTfl lonr. prevent the full bust from
JLJ Jt QUjL VC I le appearance of Sab-Itt-AH
ja-Lstl bines, cltminntc the danger of
BRA.S.T1 FI3 F.y tlrurginr mum-lea and onnne the
... fleth of the ilioulUog sivlns
roci-rul line to the entire upper body. ;
They are the daintiest and most ser ricrabte rarmeVts imarl
nahie eome in all materiala and htyics: tniv EVIi Hook
Krnn, Surplice, Bandeau, etc. Boned with " Walehn." the
ruaUeaa bvaiur penai Umg waahing itliout rcnKaU
I Iae your dealer show yon Bicn Jolie Bi awierea. if not stoek-
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