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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY. APRIL 10. 1917.
You Have Uttlft To Do
And Much To Gain
THREE valuable prizes will be award
ed to local women during
Universal Kitchen Efficiency Week,
April 9th to 14th.
PDI77 Universal Nicks PUtad Coffes Urn
rKUX with alcohol lamp for beat loaf of
Universal Taa Ball Tea PX for Beat
Reason why the Coffee Percolator
should be in every home.
Bet of Universal Breakfast Carver
for beat oririnal recipe for food per.
pared in a Food Chopper. .
fee to enter contest. No purchase re.
quired. Get entry blank and see prise
wm. a ah lsd oar
Taa Store of Houanrares
135 N. Liberty 8t. Ihon 67.
29 Corporations and
18 Operators Indicted
New York, April 10. Twenty-Bine
rorjtorationi and lit individual coal op
erators were indicted bv a federal rrend
jury here late yesterday on a charge
of having violated the Sherman anti
trust law. The indictment charges a
combination to fii price for bunker
coal, pointing out that the companies
supply eosl for approximately three
thousand ocean-going steamships s year.
The more important firms and indi
viduals indicted are Justie Collins, pres
ident of the Smokeless Fuel company;
William C. Atwater, president of the
William A. Water eompsny; John fc..
Berwiu, head of the Berwind Coal Min
ing eompanv, ifnd Hubert H. Burroughs,
of the New York k Philadelphia Coal
Society matrons and maids are dovot
ing great deal of time this week to
the; annual Y. IV. 0. A. financial cam
lign, which began yesterday and will
continue mruuenout liie week.
Following its usual custom tho asso
ciation will give a series of teas during
the campaign and various matrons who
are members of (he Y. W, C. A. will act
4i hostesses. .
Ka h afternoon during the tea hours,
a reHrt of the work accomplished by
the different teams will be read by the
captains, and oil interested are invited
Today Mrs. Fred S. Stewart acted
as hostess, and again a number of wo
men gathered in the association rooms
for tea and to hear the results of the
Mrs. James Withyeombe and Mrs.
Frank 0. Dcikebaeh presided over the
prottily appointed tea table and the
matrons and wiRiils assisting were Mrs.
Hen W. Olcott, Mrs. George K. Waters,
Mrs. W. Melvin I'limpton, Miss Mabel
Withycombn, Miss Helen Deckebach
and Miss (irate Mean.
Mrs. Charles firay who came home
from Kugene, Friday to pass tho Knstor
vacation with tho George William
tirays, has gone to Portland for a few
days visit and is at the Hotel Portland.
Miss Vitian Brjtherton, who has
!een the guest of her sister, Mrs. Clif
ford Brown, tor a few days, has re
turned to , her home.' iu Portland,
Miss Leonide Floury of Portland is
Iho house guest of the Misses Helen
ind Dorothy Pearce and will be here
for about a week.
Yesterday the Misses Tearce and
"A Shine In
Cat a cm t4ay frasa
yisr aavAvavw w
proves it 25c at all druggists.
prosrramme will be enven tonikht at
7:30 o'clock, under the auspices of the
A parliamentary drill will De given
by the men; stereopticon exhibits of
tri-colorcd photoplays by A. C. Bar
ber, and selections by the junior high
school glee club.
Atter the programme the evening
will be bounded out with refreshments.
Miss Beatrice Crawford who is at
tending O. A. C. passed the week end
in Salem with ber parents. bfie naa as
her guest Miss Fannie Campbell, who
is also a student at O. A. C.
Tomorrow afternoon the teachers of
the Washington iunior high school will
give a tea at tho school iu honor of the
parents. Te tea ours will be from three
until four o'clock, and a number of
girls of the domestic, science depart
ment will assist in the serving.
their guest went to Albany to attend
the dancing party for which Miss Flora
Mason was hostess last night.
Salem friend of Miss Eveleno Cal-
breath who is in New York this winter
will be interested in the following
irum mo urcgonian s ivew York column:
Miss Eveleno Calbreatli. who is stndv
ing voice culture with Franz X. Arena,
is living at No. 61 West Seventy-fourth
street. Miss Cnlbreath sang a very beau
uiui soio on .-Minnay at the llolv Trm
lty church, on highty-second street.
Miss Uubreath expects to return to
Portland this summer.
Mrs. Sherrill Fleming of Chelialis,
Wash., who has been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William Fleming
and other" relatives for Beveral days,
left Saturday, tor a short visit to Mr.
and Mrs. A. 8. Yergen near Hubbard.
Tho members of the aid society of
the Woman 's Relief Corps will meet
Thursday fori their regular afternoon
of sewing at the home of Mrs. Norma
Terwilliger. 770 Chemeketa street-
Miss Mipnon Oliver arrived in Sa
lem from Seattle Saturday night to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Oli
ver, on South Winter street and will
be here for about three weeks
Miss Madge Nelson of Pendleton,
who is attending St. Mary 'a Academy
in Portland, parsed the week end in
Salem as the guest of her cousin, Miss
Tlielius, Salisbury, of North Liberty
Wouldn't you like to taste the
delicious crisp-crusted biscuits and
hot bread that Cottolene makes?
Wouldn't you like to see how
quickly and delieiously wholesome
Cottolene does all kinds of frying?
Wouldn't you like to taste de
licious cakes and cookies made
without butter with Cottolene?
W e believe you would. So we
have printed a Special Cook Book
containing 239 recipes by famous
cooks. We shall be glad to mail
you this Cook Book free.
If you prefer to use tome of your
own recipes be sure to use one-third
less Cottolene than you use of other
shortening. Cottolene is richer and
goes farther. But this unusual Cook
Book b well worth writing for.
Write The N. K. Fairbank Company,
111 West Washington Street,
"Makn Good Coohing Better"
At grocers in tins
of convenient sizes
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At tho Lincoln school an intersting i ," iv i
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And good battleships are built much alike.
Each is made for wear and tear, for offense
and defense. But the clothes go into action
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
$20 $25 $30
BISHOP ALL WOOL CLOTHES
$15 $20 $25
These garments are made by experts and will
stand the wear and tear of every day use as
well as give a style and comfort that insures
Class Asking Connnissions As
Second Lieutenants To
Get "Once Orer" j
Wednesday, unless something unfor- j
seen prevents, the examining board
that is to pass on the class of appli
cants for second lieutenants of the of
ficers reserve eorps vril! be in Salem l
for an all day session. The class here
numbers about forty and it is expect
ed a large number of these will pass.
Lieutenant R. D. Johnson, of the Ore
gon Agricultural college, is president
of the examining board. The examina
tion will principally be physical. Ques
tions that will determine the candi
dates fitness for command will be ask
ed so the officer can determine wheth
er the applicant is eligible for a com
mission. There was no preliminary examina
tion last evening as Lieutenant John
son was unable to get here, lie was
required to be in Corvallis this morn
ing at seven o clock and could not
make connections if he came down last
Just aB soon as a candidate passes
the examination and -receives his com
mission, he will in all probability be
sent directly to a training camp for a
period of three or four months'. There
is preparation being made in Texas tor
a training camp that will accommo
date ten thousand second lieutenants,
first lieutenants and captains. Tram
ing camps are contemplated in other
parts of the coast.
Arrangements have been made where
by Lieutenant Johnson will come to
Salem probably twice a week to give
instruction to the class preparipg for
the grades above second lieutenant.
Other officers have promised to help
give instructions and it is expected the
class will meet more frequently during
the next three weeks. There is consid
erable interest expressed in. the class
by the army men and every effort is
being made to facilitate its advance.
TO JOINRED CROSS
Willamette Chapter Recently
Organized Here Needs
More Salem people are urged to join
the Willamette chapter of the Ameri
can National Red Cross society, which
has recently been formed in this city.
Chapters of the (society are now being
tornied iu every part of the Lnitcd
States, and it is urged that Salem wake
up and do her part in tho movement
of mercy which is world wide in its
scope, which knows no race or creed,
and which works on the battlefield and
in times of calamity, or wherever there
is human misery.
To meet temporary crises temporary
local organizations may be formed for
the purpose of doing one or more spe
cific kinds of work. This work is such
as making hospital garments, surgical
dressings, organizing classes in first
aid, and home care of tho sick.
Members of a church, Sundav school.
students of schools, women's clubs or
people in adjacent towns or villages
can form such auxiliaries but, of course
must join the American Red Cross.
Blank application forms to be used in
forming an auxiliary will be furnished
in due course, upon request. An aux
iliary will be furnished m due course
upon request. An auxiliary must be
composed of at least ten members.
Every one should join the Red Cross
It is not for war onlv but if there if
any terrible calamity, the Red Cross
sends its doctors and nurses and money.
Since 1905 the American Red Cross has
been in over eighty relief operations,
received and expended over isiu,uuu.
000 including over $3,000,000 lor iSan
Francisco earthquake and fire, over
$2,400,000 tor Ohio storm and flood re
lief, $1,1)00,000 European war relief,
and smaller snms for mine disasters,
fires, famine and helped nearly all
countries and all peoples. Pay in your
dollar and join. Mr. Eyre of tae Unit-
This Store Specializes Women's. Misses' and Children's
Ready to Wear GarmentsAlso
READY TO USE MERCHANDISE
You will find here an excellent assortment of Standard
Merchandise in goodly assortments.
And that price as low as any
standard article can
Coats $6.95 to $45.50
Dresses $9.75 to $42.50
Suits $17.50 to $50.00
98c to $15.00
Black Cat Hosiery
"Hundred of Wanted Items"
See Our Assortment of
White Wash Dress Goods
U. G. Shipley Co,
Liberty St, Salem, Oregon
ed States National bank will receive
the money or Miss Berg of Willam
ette sanitarium. No better emblem can
be worn than the white button with a
red cross. Join today.
AN INVITATION TO WOMEN
(Continued from page one.)
decision on the aucstion "in his conic to a
Women are invited to visit the labo
ratory of the Lydia E. Pinkham Medi
cine Co. at Lynn, Mass., and see for
themselves with what accuracy, skill
and cleanliness this wonderful remedy have said about his message and to lay
what iu detail before the president.
"The president received mi with
utmost courtesy and consideration and
in his own due time will
"I am heart and soul for the pro
posal of the diministratioii for univor-
nulitary training and
own due time. ' ' After talking with
the president thirty minutes. Roose
velt came out and dictated the follow-! sal obligatory
ing statement to newspapermen: j service. Vou can call it conscription if
"I came on desiring to see the pics-j you like. I am not afraid. 1 would l'av
idpnt nersmiallv to reiterntn what 1 1 or it if it were for three niilliftn men.
me uivision inai i as permission
for women's ailments is prepared, before him in detail and explain just
Over 350,000 pounds of roots and herbs what 1 desired in the case of the divia- j
are used annually in making this ion and why it was my earnest hope
famous medicine. The great bins of and belief that it would be wall that
herbs, the huge tanks filled with the I should have tho authorization to I
medicine ready to be bottled, and tho raise such a division to be sent as a j
bottling room where it is put up and part of an expeditionary force to i
labelled for the market, cannot help France and at an early moment,
but. impress them with the. reliability "The division and myself, of course,
of this good, old fashioned root and would be put 'under the command of
herb remedy, which for the past forty whoever wag at the head of the expo
years has been so successful in the ditionary force. As I have said, I wish
home treatment of female ills. to lav the plans for the division some-
to raise, would be raised exclusively
among the men who wouldn't lift taken
under the conscription system."
The car shortage affecting shipments
of lumber to eastern markets is ninr
severe than it has been, with iu
prospect for improvement, according to
A. C. Dixon, uiauagcr of the Bixilli
Kelly Lumber company.
TRY JOURNAL WANT .ADS
OowlKht Hut aohalur a lius
$5 to $7
Wlsfl jsatal aaWil Itsft atiS jMal sWisf wfj aaH rfflsl asati jtlfl ajj aas aW I
$3 to. Si
The grocer who sends you tho
large wrapped loaf of HOl.
!l'M when you order "bread"
has high ideals.
He is (jiving you the best that
can be baked regardless of
Give that kind of a man your
confidence and your patronage.
OF YOUR TELEPHONE
Many times your telephone is idle when it might, be
profitably employed. Of course, you realize its conven
ience in local transactions, but have you thought of its
value in dealing with out-of-town customers, present and
Long-distance telephone service is prompt, inexpensive
Consult the front of the Tele
phone Directory for rates. .
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY