T THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1919. PAGE TWO Stops Medicine Health Recovered By Internal Baths .r . f 1 ' If William Eobinson Boone, eonccrt or- brother MaJUoa Kiehols. A bounti auist of Portland, ig to be heard in , oua wedding dinner was served. Mr. n organ recital Tueeday evening, d lira. Kichols left on an evening April 1st, at the First Methodist ; church. Mr. Boone is an accomplished muwioian ana a lormer aeaa or !'-e Oregon chapter of the American Guild of Organists. Kathyrn Cryslcr Street, one of Fort land's most charming contralto solo ists, will assist is the program. Mrs. Street has been heard in Salem previ ously and hat -won her way into the hearts of her listeners. A musical treat is in store for Salem people. This eonccrt is being fostered by tne Tuesday Musical elub of this city and . J . .... " is a benelit lor tne Armenians. With a number of the members of the clufl home from overseas, the din-. Her dance for which the Julius Caes-J sr were hosts at tbo Marion hotel Saturday night was ono of the gayest events in the history of the organiza tion. Dainty primroses formed the aim pie and elegant table decorations. Tatrong and patronesses of tho dance were Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Goodenough, Mr. and Mrs. Baryta Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Staley ajid Mr. and Mrs. H. Hockert. A very pretty homo wedding occur red Sunday afternoon jet the residence of Mr. end Mrs. J. L. Tucker ou the asylum Toad, when tlinir eldeirt daugh. tor, Mary Dorothea Tucker, was mar ried to Cass A. Nichols, a ranchman of Fruitland. The ceremony was perform ed by Rev. II. N. Aldrich in the ptos ence of the immediate relatives of the eontracting parties. The bride was Iteautiful, in a dress of white crepe de chine handsomely embroidered and carried a shower bouquet of whito car nations and maiden hair fern She wag attended iby her sister, Miss Ruth Tuckor, who wore a dress of white fiwisg mull. The wedding inarch was played by liitle Miss Francos Tucker, to the strains of which the bridal par ty enlerod the parlor, the bride coming with her father, who gave her away. Tho groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs, J. M. JSichols of Fruitland, and was re eontly discharged from the S. A. T. O. t 'tho Oregon Agricultural college, llo was attouded in the ceremony by is For Skin Tortures Dont worry about eczema or other skin troubles, You can have a clear, healthy skin by using Zemo, obtained at any drug store for 30c, or extra large bottle at $1.00. ' Zemo generally removes pimples, blackheads, blotches, eczema and ring worm and makes the skin clear nnd healthy. Zemo is a clean, penetrating, antiseptic liquid, neither sticky nor greasy and stains nothing. It is easily applied and costs a mere trifle for each application. It is always dependable. The E. W. 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"(! wiu e at nome on Air. Nichols' dairy ranch , at Gecr, after April first. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tucker, the Misses Ruth and Frances Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nichols, Miss Lucy Kichols, Madi son Nichols, Mrs T. B. Montgomery, C. H. Montgomery, Miss Harriett Wolfe, Kev. H. N. Aldrich and Mr. and Mrs. Frank L Emery of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pincus of Port- , land were guests over the week end of ill -nA Tu T T? T.inn fit Ihn Marion - " ' hotel. With Mrs. Irvin Griffith as presi dent and Mrs. Thomas Kav as secre tary, a aocioty known as the Piety Hill ws,s formed last week at the homo of Mt Grace Eoff. The first official act of the society was the adoption of two Unr orphans. The ladis present at the initial meeting wore, Mrs. Patton, Mrs. T. B. Kay, Mrs. Charles Robison, Mrs. E. S Barnes, Mrs E. Harpley, Mrs i Frank tiponeer, Mrs. E. C. Cross, Mrs. 1 jrvin uruiitn, sirs vviuiani jirown, Mrs C. K. Siiaulding, Mrs. U. G. Ship ley, Mrs. John H. Scott, Mrs William Kirk, Mrs Frank Powers and Mrs. Graco Eoff. The club will meet every two weeks. C. D. Higgins of Berkeley, Califor nia, arrived last evening for visit with his sisters, Mrs. 1. O. Curtis and Mm. J, 8. Austin of 1743 State street. His coming eomplotes a family circle, as another brother, C. C, Higgins, of Poison, Montana, and Misg Margaro Higgins of Oregon Agricultural college are also- guests of Mrs. Curtis and Mrs. Austin. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Boy Hewitt entortuiued a coterie of friends informally, cards and music forming tho everting' amusements. The color schomo affected in the decorations of yellow daffodils was carried out in ices also. Guests at tho charming af fair were Mr. and Mrs, Ronald Glover, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shields, Mr. and Mrs. Juntos Of. Hcltzel, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Howard, Mr and Mrs Howard Miller and W. C. Unise. , Paul Bcalo Taylor and Miss Edna Lillian Bryant, recently of Los Ange les, California, wore united in mar riago Satyrday evening, at the Leslie Mothodist Episcopal parsonage. Rev. Horace N, Aldrich, assisted by Rev. A. Sterling Barner, officiating, using tho full ring oereniony. The bride was charming, in a gown of white georgujte cropd and carried a shower bouquet of which (Friesha, with streamers. Preced ing tho ceremony Miss G-ertrude Aid rich sang "I Lovo You Truly," ac companied by Mrs. John B. Inuoh. Mr. Taylor has had charge of the ichor- us and has dono the solo work in the evangelistic services which have bceri -- Ul unvu iwui u wvw uw V gives it an added advantage over IL25 i ttvvt4 I rvM hold in the- Leslie Methodist chnreh during the past two weeks, and is director and singer of national fame, having done similar work across the continent with his father, Rev. George W. Taylor, a noted evangelist whs eon ducted a series of meetings in Salem ten years ago. Mrs. Taylor i a splen did pianist, and will travel witn her husband in his evangelistic work with Rev A. Sterling Barner, D. B., with whom he will begin a series of meet ings this week in the First Baptist church, Gcorgo F Holt, D. D, pastor. Mrs. Taylor resigned her position as pianist in the Trinity Methodist Epis copal church, Los Angeles, to begin her difo work here, with Mr. Taylor. At present they are guests of Rev. and Mrs .H. N. Aldrich, 348 Myers street. The Happy Hour Bridge club will meet at the home of Mrs , John H. Scott Wednesday afternoon. This will be its first meeting' since the war. - Mrs. L F. Griffith is in Portland to day attending the 79th birthday anni versary of Phil Metschan ana the ua anniversary of Phil Metschan, Jr. The f ive son8 and four daughters of Mr, Metschan Sr., as also his sitser, Miss Anna Motschan of Tacoma, will bo present. Out of town relatives who have arrived are Mrs. George H. Chat tanach of Canyon City,- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. (Flanuors, who have the U. S. A. as their home since Mr. Flanders ig in govenment service; Mrs. Emelia Mere dith of Yakima, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Motschan of Klamath Full and Mrs. L. F. Griffith of Salem. Mrs. E. C. Patton and daughtor, r.u- ella, have returned from a two weeks visit at Portland. They were accom panied by Eula McCully of Hood Rivor Among the Salem people registered in Portland hotels- over the week end are Frank K. Lovell at the imperial, and II. .S.. Gile at the Seward. Mr. Lovell has been employed in the office of the secretary of state for a number, of years and Mr. Gilc is one of the men who have made aniem Known to the world and placed the juice of logan berries on the table of the nation. Mrs. Goorgo 'Pierce and Miss Doro thy Pierco were gut'Bts of Miss Helen Pierce in Portland over the week end. Colonel and Mrs. E. Hofer, R. M. Hofer and L. F. Hofer of Salem pass ed several days at the Hotel Portland during the past week. Colonel Hofer is ono of the pioneer newspaper men of tho state is now can or ot a commercial mugazino. . - y Members of tho Salem Women's Press club wore guests at a "Mod Tea Party" last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McElvain on South Liberty, for which Mrs. Burton. A. My ers and Miss Gortrudo Robison were ioint hostesses. The decorations were of orango and green, the table toeing centered with an art basket of mari golds, anil the place cards adorned with hand painted teapots. An "Alice in Wonderland" idea wag carried out as nearly as possiblo in the menus and evening amusements. An espociauy oe liirhtful feature was the clever read ing by Miss Liicilo Elliott. Members of the club who were present were, ifrs. Byron F. Brunk, Miss Carol 8, Dibble," Miss Lucile Elliott, Mis I'm cile Watson, Miss Lucilo Saunders Kiss Doris Sikes, Mrs. Burton A. My erg and MU Gertrude RobiBon. Last Friday evening a reception was held for Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Putnam in the church parlors of the Court street church f :imst. Daffodils and ure gon grapo formed the artistic decora tions for the affair. A largo delegation from tho First Christian ichureh was present and the following program was presented, after which refreshments of punch and wafers were serveo: Violin solo "Carnival of Venice,' Winona Smith, accompanied by Miss Levy Recitation Alias Howard. Kocitation " Assisting Uncle Joe,' Grave Von Behren. Violin solo ''Beethoven's Minuet,' Miss 8mith. Address Bev. Lelund W. Porter. Addross-r-Mr. Burns. Response by tho pastor. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jenks and fam ilv. who have been en.ioving a two weeks' ouling at -Newport nave re- turneu 10 tnuir nuiue iu cumrm. Mrs E. E. Waters entertained her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Knighton, of Port laud Sunday. - DEATH OF CHILD , Littlo Kntlicrine, ihe two year ld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ivin sor of tho Crooked Finger district, died at a Salem hospital Monday. The child had been sick for Borne time and was brought to this city about a weea ago for treatment and later taken to Sa lem. Tho parents are heartbroken over the loss of their little girl. Funeral services were held from the Jack ctiap 1 hrrn Wednesday and burial was mndn in the Silvorton cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Kinser only recently moved to their homestead in the above nam ed distrU-t. -Silverton Appeal. EEINFOBCE KAISER'S QTJA2U) Amerongen, Holland, March 4. The Butch guard about tho kaiser's rcsl donce hero was reinforced today as the result of the receipt of letters threat ening his ble. nuhelm was also saia to have loeeived a warning telegram from a friend. To Cure a Cold in One Dy Take LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE (Tablets.) It stops ta l ough ana 'Headache and work of the Cold. E. W. UROVt'H signature on each box.t 30c. M.T. a. uwirnecsi, mi juiBiigumcij j St., San Franeisf o, Cal -writes Tyr rell's Hygienic Institute of Sew York; as follows: "I must admit that the use of the' ' J. B. L. Cascade' has eured my chron ic constipation from which I suffered. Since May 12, 1913, I have never even tasted any kind of patent medicine or purgative. My bealth is excellent in every respect." Over half a million bright, keen, in telligent Americans have found that In ternal Bathing is more essential to their health than- external foaths Hst found that used occasionally at night they feel like different peo ple the next marnmg. Ne more of that bilious, tired, nervous feeling, but hav, ing by Nature 's own cleanser antisep tic water1 removed all the poisonous waste from the lower intestine, they awake thoroughly refreshed by nor mal sleep, with all their functions act ing properly, clear headed, happy and confident, eager and capable for the duties of the day. Why not learn more about this rap idly growing and natural practice The "J. B. L. Cascade" is the invention of Chas. A. Tyrrell, M. D., of New York, a specialist on internal baths for 25 vears and is now being shown and explained by Daniel J. Fry, whole- sal edruggist and mtg pnarniacisi, iora, Oregon, who will give you ifree on request an interesting booklet on tho subject galled " Why Man of To day is Only 50 per cent Efficient." Governor Olcott May Serve Unexpired Term Ben W. Oleott is governor in fact. Ho holds his office as governor for the un expired term of the late Uovernor Withycombe. He can resign his dual office of secretary of state, at the same time retaining the office of governor to which he ascended upon the death of Governor Withyeombe. This, in brief, is the gist .of the opin ion of Attorney General Brown, handed down late Saturday. : ' After an exhaustive examination of the law and tho decisions of the courts Attorney General Brown takes this po sition and advises that an early judicial decision of the question be sougut and seeured because of the importance of the questions in-wived and of the publie policy demanding that there be three men upon the board of control, if it is possible to bring this about. He bases is opinion upon the law as set out in the -case of Earhartvs. Chadwick, decid ed by the supreme court of this state, and considered and distinguished in oth- or leading cases in point from other states. In summing up his findings, Attorney General Brown says: - I conclude as I began: That you are the governor; that you are also sec retary of state; that these are two uis tinct and separate offices; that you have the right to resign the office of secretary of state, and as governor, ap point your successor as secretary of state. ' s By reason of tho importance of youf office I think it advisable to have a judicial determination of tho questions vou have submitted to me for opinion. I am going to suggest that the state treasurer refuse to pay your salary ns governor. Tou can then institute a pre ceding in mandamus In the- supreme court as a court of original jurisdiction, This will bring before the court a real and not a fictitious caso. .Our highest court can then cither affirm or dis affirm tho doctrina enunciated by our court in Chadwick vs. Barhart supra. Our supremo court recognizes the fact that it is maintained by the peo ple for the welfare of the people and no doubt would bo willing to pass upon any legitimate question that would be raised and which involved the admims trntion of the laws bv-its hief esceeu five. The Oregon supreme court is a progressive court and is always ready to serve the public by administering the law within the limits of established law." - . . LOOKING TO SUMMER THINGS Those comfortable, straight-hanging frocks of last year bid (air to hold their own In the frocks ot com Ing spring and summer. This frock ts ot dull blue and white flgure-i foulard combined j,'ith a . rough weave sports silk. "The sleeves which are Hoed with the white silk are short and Carta- as Is the tendency of so many of the sprint design. m ST " SHIPLEY'S ; IS: Jjr IU B . : Pig Club Organizes At Meeting Held Saturday At the meeting of the boys' and girls' pif club held Saturday afternoon at the auditorium "of the Commercial club, Thomas Brunk of Polk county cautioned members of the club against overfeed ing. Ho said too much food produced a flabby, loose built hoe without none enough to hold it np. With the election of Elmer Both ns president, Frank Eggler as vice-presi dent and Francis Smith as secretary, the club proceeded to organize as a standard club with the following mem bers: Albert Br.nks, Sari Eamseyer, Elvin Foster, Both Bartruff, Carroll Robin son, Virginia Van Cleave, Theresa Bart ruff, Francis Smith, Nichols Brankley, William Drager, Myrtle Cook, Viola Cook, Alice Cornelius, Ivy Both, Eva Benjamin, Marian Matthes, Edward Matthes, Delmcr Wilson, Jiramie Muno, Herbert Foster, Otto Engdnhl, Oliver Byerly, Walter Bahnsen, Fleda Shep herd, Lucille Kobinson, Kenneth Shult, James 8etak, Harris Smith, Gladys Cook, Elmer Both, Lillio Bartruff, Daisy Collins, Margucrete Matthes, An Economical Food A Wholesome Food A Building Food Aionvementrood Grape-Nuts Ready-to-Wear Garments . 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Slip-on Sweaters $3.98 to $7.50 - Sport Skirts ....$9.75 to $19.75 Carter's Knit Underwear, Kayser's Knit Underwear, Onyx Hosiery, Phoenix Silk Hosiery, Alexandre Kid Gloves, Fabric Gloves, New Large Size Laundered Col lars, Novelty Neckwear, Hair Bow Ribbon's, Crepe de Chine Underwear, Muslin Underwear, Toilet Articles Leather Hand Bags Parisian Ivory; Stationery. RICHARDSON'S SNOW WHITE LINEN'S COMPLETE STOCK YANKEE NOTIONS "Where Shopping Is a Pleasure" y. G. Shipley Co. Liberty Street Quality Merchandise Popular Prices Vernon Kusel, B. H. Olcson, Lyle Bains, Don't Know Exactly What To Do With German Helmets San Francisco, March 24, Do west ern patriots wish to use German aelmets for cuspidors! Or just what do they think is the best use to be maie of the 8,000 Hun head protectors that are to be distributed in the Twelfth reserve district during the victory loan cam paign? " ' This is a question the loan committee wishes answered. Likewise it is open to suggestion as to the method of dis-: tributing the souvenirs. Owing to the limited number, there will not be enough helmets to provide for even half, of tho bond buyers. And opposing the! sajrestion that the souvenirs to given to buyers of $1000 or' more in bonds is j the charge that such a plnn would be discriminating against people of small er means, who gave as much proportion ately as the wealthy. ' The question may be decided by giv ing one of the war relics to communi ties surpassing their quotas as a trophy for their community archives. WHITES FROM GERMANY t'nder date of February 4, 1919, Lee Berrv writes his parents that he is still in the hospital at Coblenz, Oermany, though feeling pretty good at this time and thinks he is nearly well and thought he would be out in a week. This proved to be a mistake, howev er, as the next letter said he feared he would not be out of the hospital for some time. His greatest trouble was getting mail from home, the last he re ceived was December 21, and "that was a long time to go without mail." It seems that the word it given out ever so often that they are to leave there and when the time come there is nothing doing. This has happened so mm mmm 1 -t j often that it is considered a big jok .- ile says 'the foy are getting awliuiy tired of .Germany. Hubbard Enter prise. OUT OF SERVICE Bobert Wray came home Sunday. Ho was mustered out at Camp Lewis after returning from France with the 05th, artillery. Had the war lasted two weeks longer ho would have gotten op to the front. A it was he failed to . see any action. Two other of the Wray boys are in' the service. Paul enlisteil from high school and wag in the thick of the fiht for six months. He is with, the army of occupation and is slated for return next mcnth. Frank is with the marines in Cuba. Silverton Ap peal. iCH UPSET? 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