Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 10, 1916, Page TWO, Image 2

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Mr. anil Mr. Asnhel Hush have a i programme were pnjovcd
1beir guest Nniris U. Gregg of I'ort-
lanu. MatiinlaV ttu ISiihIis hail as 1 1iti
gHCHts Mr. anil Mrs. Wultur M. Cook
and mull children, Hetty mid Margaret
if I'orllniiil, who motored to Salem for
tho ilay.
Mr. anil Mrs. Chiiunccy Kisliop, who
Jiare ueeu passing a couplo of dnys in
Portland, returned home tonight.
Miss Grace Hunt returned Sunday
night from Corvallis, wbero aim has
been -visiting Minn Kiho Jlunt who is
attending tho Oregon Agricultural Col
lege. Mr. and Mm. Thomas It. Wilson of
Fortumd who have been visiting friends
in Suli-m for a few days, ret uracil homo
Mr. and Jim. Charles If. Fisher mo
tored homo Monday evening from a
week cud visit in Portland,
i ...
Mr. C. I). Gabriclscn went to Port-1
)aad this morning. She was acroinpuu-
led by her noil and grandson, Carl Ga
bnclsen and Master Itobert I3ili(l.
fney will return tonight,
Mr. Kurx,
who in a veteran of tho eivil war, was
enlisted with Company 11, Thirty-fifth
Kii hiaoiiil, nail served two and one half
yeurs. lie was mustered out in the
spring of IxiiM. In the same year he
wiis married to -Miss loiiisu Worney.
The couple made their home m HtJ
ram, niiun., until tmr- ivnen they mov
ed to .Salem.
Those gathering to celebrate with
Mr. mid .Mrs. Kurz were: liov. Charles
huehel of I'uiiisviile, Minn,, u nephew;
Mrs. Kate von Wnld and Miss llanna
von Wnld of Gahern, Alliertn; Airs.
Louise W'arweg ami Fred Spruiitn, Rose
moiit, Minn.; Mrs. Klsie Trout, Klec
I ron, Wash.; Mrs. Arthur Reynolds,
Cortland; John Steinliarh, Tillamook;
Rev. Mr. Hawthorne, Mr. Sutherland,
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Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists. 1
-The St. Paul's guild will meet at tho
resident' of Mrs. W. 11. Gilson. (i-lo
ITiemelieta on Wednesday (tomorrow)
Tfternoon at 'J:30 o'clock.
. .
, Mrs. Charles E. Knowland and daugh
ter, Mian Pauline Knowland, went to
Albany (Saturday returning .Sunday
j ,
i Dr.- Hay Pomeroy, accompanied by
Jliss Juan Griffin, motored to Snlcin
from l'ortland Sunday to visit the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C T.
Fomeroy. They returned Monday.
.. .
' After visiting at the home of her
parents, in Salem, for the jiast two
weeks, Mrs. .1. W. Mcliiturff and baby
lao returned. Marsh field liccord.
Monday afternoon ttio members of
the Queen Esther circle of the First
Iflothodist church met at the It. L.
iweeves resilience, miss mnnci oieevesj
was the hostess for the aftrnoon, dur
ing which Miss lreue Faulkner gave an
Interesting paper on t lib missionary
work amuii? the Mexicans in Arizona.
Late in tho uftcruoon, refreshments
were served.
Miu Ruth Fleininig of Portland pass
ed the week end in Hulcm visiting her
liarents, Mr. and Mrs. William Flem
ing. Miss Fleming, who has just return
ed from New York, where she has been
studying library work, ia assoeiated
with the new central library iu Port
land. .
The marriage of Misa Esther Tunas,
daughter of Mr. and Mra. !. It. Lilian,
and Clifford lirnnk will take place to
night at tho First Christian churi'h,
Kov. Y. T. Porter officiating,
The ceremony will bo a very simple.
mall affair, only a few friends and
relatives being invited.
The couple will niako their home In
av ft
In celebration of the golden wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.. Frederick
Knrr, Mr. and Mrs. William Zosel of
liberty, opened their home on Hunday
The celebration was started with a
dinner, aud later music and an informal
IT,.., ,1 r i m .1. - w ,i .i
i r ,., ' ...,,1 L'.. 1 I Vwnnui u, MlB TVUUUinKll OI lllf
u m i ,- J World, I. I. Boak, president of tho Na-
Ku,., Mr. and Mrs. hln.er Mil., Mr. tional Vraternal Co, rreBd Un nrni-
anil Airs. T. .hki'I. Mrs. .Inhn inmv .Mrs. .. . ,-
Minnie Lewis, Mr. mid Mis. Claud Stev
enson, Carl .Sholts, Mr. ami Mrs. Wil
liam Ilartman, Mr. and Airs. William
osel, Mr, and Mrs. J. I', liatliam, the
Misses Elizabeth Lewis, Ella Z.'iosel,
Elsie oscl, Martha Zosel, Mildred Zosel
Mrs. A. 8wca''cr and Messrs. ( ail Jn
gel, Walter Zosel, Harold Zosel, David
Mi'inliarh, Koland Meager, Marvin Sen
ger, and (,'hester Seager.
A group of girls enjoyed a motor
trip to Mt. Angel and other points Sun
day with Mr. and Mis. lleorge H. Hur-
nett. Tlioso accompanying the Burnetts
wcro Miss Alice Illakc, Aliss Mildred
Stout, Miss Ruth Piirvinc and Miss
Tho sewing society of tho W, Tt. C,
will meet on Thursday at the home ol
Mrs. Ijouisia Forstncr, -ii" North (iom
mereial street, for an all day quilting
All mcmlicrs are urged to he present.
Tho 0. A. It. is also cordiallv invited.
Mrs. William Smith and small son,
Hilly, of Jefferson were in Salem vis
iting friends Monday. They were ac
companied by Mrs. Smith's brother,
Delinnn l.ooney of Spokane, Washing
ton, who is passing a few weeks iu Jef
ferson at the ranch home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen l.ooney.
thousands of
years wheat has
been hiding a de
licious, natural
flavor, now
brought out for
the first time In
Leek fop
tins Ugnatur
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State House News
The Southern Pacific, car shortage is
given this morning as l,(iuil in the re
port filed by that company at tho of
fieo of the public, service commission.
This is a slight deerenso over tho fig
ures as shown by the previous report,
and n decided gain is shown in the num
ber of empty cars received at Ashland
for use on the Portland division, the
number being 101.
The Alcninr Players, Inc., a Portland
amusement company composed of W. T.
Wallace, Sum M. John-sou and Milton
W. Seaman and having a capital stock
of $4,500, filed articles of incorpora
tion at the corporation department this
Boy's Body Found in
' Deserted Gypsy Camp
Oakland, Cal., Oct. 10. A stale-wide
search for a gypsy band encamped here
a short time ago was instituted today,
following the finding of the body of
Rudolph Masquedo, six years old, iu San
l.eandro bay. The boy was last seen
alive Saturday .afternoon riding in a
buggy with a tlni'k skinned mini uml im
mediately niter the gypsy camp was un
successfully searched that day the no
mads disappeared. . It is not known
whether the hid was murdered or drown
ed accidentally but the murder theory
is generally accepted.
The boy's mother, in a precarious con
dition from worry over the disappear
ance, has not been fold of his tragio
end. Itis father, Puufilo Masquedo,
knows no motive for murder unless gyp-s-cb,
seizing the boy for ransom, decided
to do nvoiy with him when they found
Musquedo was not wealthy.
dent of the Colorado Insurance Federa
tion, who will be in Salem Wednesday,
and in whose honor Dallas, Silvcrton
and Balem camps are planning a big
Club Has Done Its Part and
Its Up to Citizens To
Do Theirs
Classified Ads
Phou9 81 Prompt Service
Why Buy Unknown
: :t There is 1007c Trade value and satisfaction in the
::i following goods: ,
. Community Silver
Universal Home or Kitchen Needs
Libbcy Cut Glass
Heisey Table Glassware
Pjkex Glass Cooking Ware 4
Hoover Suction Cleaners
Aladdin Aluminumware
Complete line of Standard make Kitchenware,
Dmnerware, Glassware, at the right prices and
Wm. Gahlsdorf
The Store of Housewares
t Phone 67 135 N. Liberty Street
Special effort is being made by the
Social Service center of tho Salem
Commercial club to make bundle day
next Saturday the most successful iu
the history of the club. The success
of bundle day last year was so pro
nounced and the results so satisfactory
that Inrger efforts arc to be put forth
this year. ThiB method of finding the
wherewithal to clothe the bodies of
those who need warmth and covering
during the winter has met with the ap
proval of the citizens of Salem, as at
tested by their liberal response lust
During the past season this organi
zation was able to keep the children of
families in public, schools and Sunday
schools, who othcrwiso would havo had
to remaui away for the lack of proper
clothing. This vlothing is assembled
and repaired or made over, as the case
Icniauds, and re-distribntcil to the per
sons needing it. This not only is a help
to those obtaining the clothes, but it is
an economic saving to the community,
us the clothing UBed in this way would
probably be otherwise destroyed.
Although practically anything in tue
clothing line that can be made over is
acceptable, tho most useful things are
warm clothing that can bo made into
comfortable garments for women and
hildren. The fact is emphasized that
this association has no special uso for
linen collars, straw hats aud satin slip
pers. The work of the Social Service cen
ter for the past year has been of inest
imable value to the community. It his
enabled the citizens of Salem to give
adequate relief and to rid the communi
ty of the burdens of supporting the un
worthy. This organization does not give
its support to transients, except in ex
ceptional cases and through its effort
this class of men and women have been
tnuglit to leave Salem out of theiir
Tho work of the organization is thor
ough and systematic. Kvery ense is in
vestigated thoroughly uml relief given
as conditions demand and the relief is
more than temporary. Problems of de
pendency, delinquency, un-employment,
disease and manv others have been
handled skillfully and with tho least
cost to the community.
This organization is for tho benefit
of every citizen of Salem and when cas
es are reported in different neighbor
hoods, it is always ready to render as
sistance in any possible way. The aim
is not to do promiscuous charity. Kach
case is cheeked up with other organiza
tions doing similnr work and duplica
tions are thus avoided. Special co-operation
is hud between the Salvation
W. 8. FittS
Mrs. K. E. Fisher
Dr. M. C. Findlcy
Kev. Robert S. (Jill
Max (iehlhar
K. A. Harris
W. W. Hill
August iluckestein
Geo. W. Hatch
G. W. Johnson
Thos. B. Kay
C. E. Knowland
C. L. McXary
M. E. Church
.1. It. Mills
Rev. A. A. Mooro
Wm. .1. McGilehrist
T. A. Mills
Mrs. Mary Newton
J. A. Patterson
Mrs. John R. Pollock
W. 11. Parker
P. II. Raymond
Geo. Rodgers
Gideon Stolz
Frank B. Southwick
W. 1. Staley
John H. Scott '
Roy Shields '
Ellen B. Thielso'n
Dr. F. H. Thompson
W. Jl. Trindle
Fred D. Thielsen
Lee M. I'nruh
T. H.- YanWinklo
H. O. White
Mrs. R. S. Wallace
Paul R. Wallace
J. T. Welsh
Mrs. C. S. Wcllcr
(Beauty Notes)
Ugly hairy growths can be removed
in tho privacy of your own home if you
get a small original package of dela
toue and mix into a paste enough of the
powder and water to cover the hairy
surface. This should be left on the skin
about 2 minutes, then removed and tho
skin washed and everv trace of hair
will havo vanished. Xo harm or incon
venience can result from this treatment
but bo sure you buy real delatonc.
Lee Fish of Hubbard, Oregon, who
was injured in the automobile accident
last week, when a Ford car left the
highw:ay at Shady Tolnt, left this af
ternoon for his home. His injuries con
sisted chiefly of a 'blow ou the head
which rendered him only semi-conscious
for several days, and which kept
him in Mercy hospital until this after
noon. Ho wis attended by his sister,
Mrs. Baldwin, and Miss Elliott of Hub
bard. Roseburg Review.
If the skin be colorless, sallow, mud
dy, over-red, blotchy or freckled, noth
inc will so surely overcome the condi
tion as well as. ordinary mercolized
wax. It literally takes off a bad com
plcxion absorbs tho dead and near-
dead particles of snrtace sain, genny
gradually, causing no inconvenience at
all. A new comulexion is then in evi
dence, clear, spotless, delicately soft
and beautiful. One ounce ot tnis wax,
nrocurable at auv drugstore, will re
juvenate even the wora teomplcxion
it is used Hike cold cream.
(Continued from page one.)
St. Nazaire, France. She left Boston
eady Monday morning and was due to
pass through the submarine war zone
some time last night. '.
TheJVmerican-Hawaiian liner Kansuui,
tho only liner carrying munitions for
the allies that escaped Deing suns. Dy
the submarine, although her papers
were examined Sunday, has not left her
The French-tanad
ninr in f'hnrlpsfnn
Armv and tho county court. If, after i;.,, iine officers declare that the ship
investigation or assistance, the partyinlf( 0f horses which she stopped here
helped does not show willingness to
work, co-onerate or appreciate what has
been done, no further sistnueo
rendered. Work is always obtained if
possible for those who are able to work.
Probably two of th most important
things nciMimplished by this organiza
tion during the Inst year was the estab
lishing of a visiting nurse and a dental
clinic in the public schools. These were
brought about through a co-operation
of the Salem Woman club uml the
school board.
The oinanizution is maintained by
membership and through the benefits
of their annual chanty piny.
Fo'.litwinir is unrtial list of the sub
seribera to this organization for the
coming vear:
Mrs. A. X. Bush
Dr. W. II. Morse
Weller Pros.
.1. K. All. son
Curl Abrauis
Marl H. Anderson
I'r. R. X. Avisou
lr. 1.. ll. Alt man
Mrs. W. E. Anderson
.loa..H. Albert
Mrs. .losie Anderson
llnrr's Jewelry Co.
John Bayne
K. T. Barnes
Win. Bushey
Ernest Barker
Clifford Brown
C. I). Barhyte
Mux O. Buren
J. R. Bain
Russell Catlin
A. M. dough
Anna W. Cross
Wm. L. Cuuiniings
L. H. Compton
0. A. Condit
1. uev Dickey
F. A. Elliott
Win. KacB
X. D. Elliott
tor on her wav from New York to St.
Xo zaire. has delayed her start but it is
felt that the kaiser's uudersea navy is
the real cause.
When it became known that the Kan
sail stopped at Boston to take on more
grain and two thousand horses, it was
the belief in shipping circles tuat one
of the ll-boats intended to "lay" for
her wheu she left Boston. The Kansan
is an American registered vessel but is
uudcr charter to the French-Canadian
Stove Polish
TTS different from
I others been use more care
is taken In the making
and ine materials used are)
higher grade. " ..
Black Silk
Stove Polish
Makes a brilliant vflVy polish thnt dooa
not rub off or dost o43,a&.llhealiiaeM4ta
(oar tlme as long aa onhnary stove
polish. Used on aainpto tows and sold
by hardware ami toory (taller.
Ailwtru jiatrial. l it n ycr cq tw,
your prtur stow or your iraa rnrir. If yno
don't llrxi tt lh tmat Mm you n
used. rur 4elr M auUtonmfl rvfotni ywur
ln--1 Ml Itt.vb M.I it Utn-M IVIi-k
Black Silk Stove PolUh Work
Starifcc Bliaato
Vm IM sak M.-P.H-J ha tin m
fraM.n.mttrra.Mt-w-ptpiA-Fr'tvmca ldw.
- MM 1 IMS Fwtak Ivuhtr. aK-kd
orimM. mm my hjmi igc .
it ??3.5 Ditto, weathered or fumed finish, special now for
Sectional Book Cases
Will be sold at substantial reductions because I am overstocked on several
finishes and styles. '
$23 53 Stacks, consisting of top, three book units and a drawerbase. Stand
ard quartered oak. Special now, for $1950
These are but two of the many book case specials I offer. All sectional book
cases are reduced. . ;
Hoosier Cabinets Also
Come in for a cut. I have many styles and finishes all are reduced.
No. 1549 White enameled Hoosier Cabinet, which sold regularly at $45.00, X
is now offered at $36 00 I
No. 1428 Oak Hoosier Cabinet with white enamel interior, aluminum top 1
and other refinements common only to this celebrated household convenience, i
regular price $40.00, now offered for V j2 )0
;;t Look out for bargains all over the store. I am marking and selling goods
;;f much loWer than others'dhawje; V r
Max 0. Buren
T Says Cream Applied in Nostrils
X Opens Air Passages Kight Up.
Instant relief no waiting. Your clog
ged nostrils open right up; the air pas
sages of your head clear and you can
breathe freely. JJo more hawking, snuf
fing, blowing, headnche, dryness. No
struggling lor breath at night; your
cold or catarrh disappears.
Oct a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little of ' this .fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream in your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every air passage of
the head, soothes the inflamed or swol
len mucous membrane aud relief comes
It's just fine. Don't stay stuffed-up
with a cold or nasty catarrh.
upon a diplomatic rcpicsciitulive in the
history of tho country.
"We know, how difficult your tiu-k
has been. We' are proud to testify aiifl
we express the opinions of all Ameri
ca, that van havo in such admirable
manner performed your duties as am
bassador of the greatest neutral coun
try in the world ia the spirit of that
impartiality and neutrality which our
country has endeavored hi everv way
"Look Pa, How
'Gets'It' Works !"
(Continued from pago one.)
cials, headed by Collector of the Tort
Dudley Field Mulone, went down the
bay in a police patrol boat to meet the
ambassador. A revenue cutter, loaded
with newspapermen, swung alongside
tne Frederick Ma as the patrol boat
reached the other side.
Uerard's friends swarmed aboard the
liner and escorted the ambassador and
Mrs. Gerard to the salou of the patrol
Doat, mere tne auiuasador for fifteen
minutes smilingly parried questions
irom interviewers, nred at niui in vol
"Sit down, Jimmy, and rest your
self," pleaded Mrs. Gerard, while he
was facing tho reporters.
"No; these boys came a long way
to see me," was the ambassador's smil
ing reply.
A cold wind was sweeping across the
deck as the patrol boat rushed up the
bay, but Herard and Mrs. Gerard went
out on deck at the request of the pho
tographers and posed for several min
utes. At one time seven movie men and
seven newspaper photographers had
their cameras trained on the ambassa
dor, while threo other movie men, from
the hurricane deck above, were filming
the "shooting" process on the deck
When the patrol boat docked thirty!
automobiles, drawn up ut the binding,
by a prearranged signal let loose long
blasts from their horns. Tho din con
tinued as the party sped up Broadway
to the city hall, where Acting Mayor
Howling formally welcomed Ambassa
dor Gerard and extended lo him the
keys of tho city.
Welcome Touches Him
In the party that welcomed the am
bassador were Sumner and Julian Ge
rard, his brothers.
The ambassador to Germany was vis
ibly affected by the tributes paid him.
Ho spoke but briefly, his eyes filling
with tears as he finished.
"Mr. Strauss, Mr. Acting Mayor and
gentlemen: On behalf of both Mis. Ge
rard, who has so nobly stood by me Tift v.. . .. '
during the last two veers in Germany. L,fts To"r Cor Slt Off. .
and myself. I want to thank you for . Never Tails . .
this reception. There is no recognition! 'ver ln .vo"r Ufe see a com eoiiuj
like the reception of the city where a!0" that? Look at the true s).iu
man has passed his life, aud no city j underneath smuoth as the palm, of.
can eive a more splcnitirt recognition, ur uunui
than the great city of New! York.
"I feel very highly complimented
that you gentlemen shou.d get up at
this very , early hour of the niornin;,
with two ex-ambassadors, who in the
same great post made splendid reputn-
toius Mr. Strauss and Mr. Morgnnthnu
and pay us the compliment of coming,
down to the boat. 1 am very glad, Mr.
Straus, to hear you speak words of
praise, which remind me so much of the
phrase of Addison, that 'Approbation
from Kir Kobert Stuulcy is praise in-1
deed; von, who nearly thirty years.
ago in the difficult post at Constanti
nople so nobly upheld all the best tra
ditions of our American diplomatic life j
Aud 1 thank you because you have men
tioned niv staff in Berlin. It is lareelv!
ntriiiir til th il.'VAtiil .tffnrtu nf thufl
staff that we have been able to be of .' TuB car,l blessed with the one.
some small service, not only to Aaieri- j "mple, painless, never-failing remedy
ca but to the warring nations; and itj,nnt makes millions of corn-pestered
is niv only reeret that m iiait of that pcP'e- happy and that GETa.1T "
staff, because they arc all so occupied ' App'y" it in 3 seconds. It dries. Some
in Berlin, has been able to he here and j F'op c jn Una dig at their corn with
hear the kind words which yon have i knives and razors wrap their toes' in
spoKen ot tneir wors. i.cnticnien, j pacsageg witn tinndages or stickv taw
hnb " I nutb. k ...J .... ' . '
tVm . 11 Miwilliim. -
aVak 1 tl
1 2 1 IM
6 Ar JJi
" ii v ntfTT ! , , f
WQ No. Look .t Thlt Off Come That
, rkjrCxauSMckua Wlmtl..
thank you.
Btraus wortts or nalsa
Former Ambassador Straus tendered
high praise to Amliassador Gerard. He
said in part:
' tour countrymen all feci the great
est pride in the uiagmticent manner
in which you have performed your ex
acting and responsible duties, first,
when the war broke out in 1914 when
scores of thousands of your fellow citi
zens returned to their native land and
min rcu nuu raw with suivaa
Nothing like this with "GETS-IT."
Your corn loosens you lift it off.
There's nothing to press on the corn,
or hurt. Angels couldn't ask for more.
Try it tonight on any corn,, callus or
'GLTS-IT" is sold and recommend
ed by druggists .everywhere, ac a
bottle, or sent on receipt cf price bv
K. Laurc.nco & Co.. Chieaeo. 111.
Sold in Salem aud recommended as
made demands upon your official -sc,! ,he s c"or remedy 1 J
vices, such havo never beeu imposed iVTry and D. J. try.
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