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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALEH, OREOO THURSDAY. HAY 18, 1915.
FAQ3 T32EB. THE NEWEST ARRIVALS Tapestry Banding for Coat Collars and Cuffs. Bulgarian Ratine Bandings for Tub Dresses. New Pleated Ruffling in Persian Designs. Matlisse Brocade Silks : A noble failure is better than ignoble success, although lint iu so great de mand. Kind words are moro than coronets, but sometimes a judicious kick is mora beneficial. ROUND TRIP Summer Excursions East Via m I06DEN ROUTES Tickets will be sold from all main and branch line points in Oregon to Eastern destination one way through California or via Portland. Stop overs within limit. Tickets on Sale Daily, May 28 to Sept. 30. Final Return Limit Oct3 1 Atlantic City Baltimore Boston Chicago Denver Toronto Detroit Lodianapolls Kansas City Memphis New York Washington, D. C. And various other points South and East. Call on nearest Agent for full information as to routes and fares to any particular Eastern city, and for literature describing points along the S. P., or write JOHN IS. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent, J4. PORTLAND, OREGON MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS fWASH GOODS Ever think of the many dif feernt fabrics under this hoadt What an important class it is and how at each season some thing new adds to its attractive ness! I Clasp hands with Fashion this reason. There is something here to suit your particular fancy, but lato buyors like late risers, can not hope to have first pick. If you feel disposed to econo mise, don't overlook these: 27 inch Welt Stripe Suitings, tan, blue, brown, black and white This is something very neat yd. ...25c 7-inch Mercerized Welt Stripe Suitings, blue, lilac, brown yd. .50c 27-inch Woven Colored Pique in lilac, rose, apricot, blue and gray. All stripes. A new thing yd 30c 87-inch Plain Colored Pique is full range of shades ."d 25c 27-inch Bedford Cord, fancy mer cerized striped in dull blue, tan, pink and light blue yd. 60o 34 inch Linen Suitings, blue, pink, lavender and white. Fast colors and very suitable for the now Balkan Blouse or Suits yd 50c 27-inch Balkan Pongee Suitings, ttrictly new and novel in assort ed patterns and colors yd. only 50c 45-inch Bordered Ratine one of the season 's smartest designs, white with lavender and blue bolder yd 85c Many new patterns In Crepes, both plain and mercerized. Same in Stripes with small Floral de signs. Poor appetite is a sure sign of im paired digestion. A few doses of Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Pills will strengthen your digestion and improve your appetite. Thousands have been benefited by taking these Tablets. Sold by all dealers. the ' . -V SHASTA I TO Norfolk Omaha Philadelphia Rochester St. Louis Winnipeg m n iwa woea. it at 1 lTVfcT'a'T.oioa'nsj L'TTls ru , f ( Bi Itms oftt.ts iwm'kt our) WV Htyo yB y ! k. J T ' -V Believes the Personal Element Will Be the Most Important Feature In the Selection.' Borne, May 15. Though Pope Pius has so far recovered from his rocent ! critical illness as to enable him to re ceive several Cardinals in audience to day, in addition to devoting a consid erable portion of his work-day to mat ters referred to him by Merry del Val, the fact is generally recognized that the aged Pontiff has lost so much ground as to make the matter of his death an event to be expected at any time. The condition has very naturally served to cryatalize the issues and the question of the candidates about which will center the selection of the next Pope. I In the situation three important mo tives will lagely dictate the choice of the next Holy Father. First, there will be the strong element of personality,, second, the element of the church's re ligious policy, and third, the element of the church's future political attitude That the personal element will be the strongost seems a certainty. No secret' is now made of the fact that the rocent illness of the Pope has Drought to a dofinite focus opposition largely amongst the older members of the Sacred College to Merry del Val and his policies. This unpopularity dates back to the time when Merry del Val was created Cardinal secretary of state, a position rarely if ever occupied by a foreign Cardinal or by any other than a Cardinal grown grny in the dip lomatic service of the Vatican. The smouldering antagonism burst open into flame during the Pope's re cent illness, when Morry del Val exoer oised almost dictatorial powers, refused to let the other Cardinals visit the sick chamber, and took largely into his own hands the pontifical responsibility. Still only 48 years of age, Morry del Val would ordinarily bo barred by his',0 the head waiter were greatly rushed age alone, from being seriously consid ered a papal candidato, but he is a shrewd man at the height of his pow ers, a man of unusual ability, with a genius for politics and diplomacy and I a consuming ambition to be Pope. Ho m-v J'00'1 f'I'tor w. 11. Duncan lues will enter the consistory assured of a 8wore 0,lt a warrant for the arrest good following on the first ballot and of ,tt,'k ('rowe nianagor of the Hotel with a determination to either secure I Mllri""' in whi,,h ' ' barged the hos tile high office himself or force the telry 8nilt.v of -""ving to its patrons choice of Borne other Cardinal who will i'llterated food. Mr. ( rowe appeared retain him in his present position ns Cardinal secretary of state. At the same time there will also en - tor tho conclave as an avowed candi-l- 0 i'i today. dacy for the Tapncy, Cardinal Rom-1 14 ' evident from tho remarks over polla, former secretary of stato under , hwinl 0,1 the !itrc,'t and made by Mana l'one Leo XIII. and who but for tho KPr Oowe in relation to the case that veto exercised on bo half of the Emper or of Austria would have been the choice of the last cloction. Cardinal Rompolla will oppose any policy of Mer ry del Val and about these two men undoubtedly the most forceful and re-1 sourceful in the Sacred College will center a bitter contest. Without question Cardinal Merry del Val, failing of election himself, will strive for the selection of Cardinal Be Lai. Tho Intter has been entrusted for tho pa.-t nine years with carrying out all tho religious forms of Tope Pius X, Cardinal Dc Lai, Merry (lei Val and Cardinal Vives Tnto, a Spanish monk and theologian who exercises n deep influence over Topo Tins X, are 'popularly supposed to frm a triumvor ato which is the chief influence in the ; formation of tho policies of Pope TiuB X. I No Cardinal is eligible to election j who does not recoive a voto on the first ballot tho complimentary vote. On this vote Merry del Val and Rom ' polla will, according to nn old custom, receive the votes cf those cardinals rreated during the time he was secre tary of state. This assures these two being opposed to in the early balloting but should Merry del Val be eliminat ed and should his support of Cardinal De Lai result In a deadlock between the latter and Itampolla, the most like ly compromise candidate would proba bly be Cardinal Ferrata, a member of I the Curia at Rome. His strength lice in the fact that he is credited with be ing highly acceptable to Cardinal Ram polla, while at the same time he stands high in the estimation of Pope Pius X and has displayed no hostility to Merry del Val. Should he be elected pope, his possible leaning towards Merry del Val or towards Rampolla is considered problematical. After the question of personality the sacred college will unquestionably be largely influenced in its choice by the probable attitude of various possibili ties to the future religious policy of the church. Pope Pius has consistently striven against "modernism," and the attitude of any candidate toward the present pope's policies will have weight when the sacred college begins to vote. Possibly the cardinal whose "modern ism" is most clearly defined la Maffi, of Pisa. Should the tendency toward "modernism" manifest itself in the consistory Maffi would admittedly be a strong probability. After the question of religious pol icy will come that of the church's po litical attitude. The important issue in this respect is whether the pope should be released from virtual imprisonment I in the Vatican through action that while not renouncing its claims to the right of a temporal kingdom, the church could compromise in some manner. While Cardinal Ferrari, archbishop of Milan, has not openly expressed him self on this subject, he is being looked by many who favor a change in tho political attitude of the church and for this reason is considered one of the strong papal possibilities. CLAIMS MILK WAS SHY OF BUTTERFAT Deputy Food Inspector Causes Arrest . of Manager Crowe, of Marion Ho tel on Trifling Charge. Because he chanced to be served with glass of milk when the hotel was crowd ed and everyone from the pantry boy in accommodating the many guests cn the day the Portland, Eugene & Eastoru bridge was officially opened and tho celebration taking place, which was less than 3.2 per cent butterfut" Dep- before Justice of the Peace Webster that evening and after pleading not lf?uilt.v. hearing was postponed until the fooil inspector is not exactly justi fied in taking the hotel mnnugemeut to task for an act that could not have been prevented under tlio circum stances. It seems that Inspector Duncan dined at tho hotel on liridgo'Day ami was served with a glass of milk taken from a can delivered from the dairy which the pantry boy had failed to turn and mi before serving. According to Mr. Crowe, 2S out of 30 of the members of the O. A. ('. band, who dined, at the Marion, drank milk on that day, be sides probably a hundred others, and in serving tho guests, tho person having charge of the milk cans possibly neg lected to mix a can and consequently some one was served with milk, which, nlthough being absolutely puro and wholesome, did not contain the per centage of butterfut required. The great calamity in Omaha was quickly overshadowod by the terribly disastrous floods in Ohio. Great suffer ing and sickness from colds and expo sure resulted which Foley's Honey and Tar Compound helped to alleviate. L. Poole, 2217 California St., Omaha, writes: "My daughter had a severe cough and cold but Foley's Honey and Tar Compound knocked it out in no time. My wife would not keep house without it. We have used it for years, always with good results." Dr. Stone Drug Co. Journal Want Adrs. Brine Rennlts. WOMAN GOULD HOT WALK She Was So III Restored to Health by LydiaL Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Pentwater, M ich. 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" You may publish this If you wish." Miss Clara L. Gauwitz, R.R. No. 4, Box 62, Peoria, 111. Such letters prove the value of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for woman's ills. Why don't you try it? In Chancery of New Jersey. In the matter of the application of The Prudential Insurance Company of America for the acquirement of its capital stock for the benefit -of its policy holders. Order fixing hearing on application for appointment of appraisers. It appearing to the court that The Prudontial Insurance Company of Amer ica has heretofore filed its duly verified petition, from which it appears that the said petitioner is a stock life insurance corporation, incorporated by the state of Now Jersey, and that the board of directors of said company have deter mined that it would be conducive to j the welfare of the corporation and in I the intorosts of the policyholders thoro ; of to change the corporation from a stock life insurance corporation to a mutual life insurance corporation, and said corporation now applying to the chancellor to appoint two or more dis interested persons to appraise the value of the capital stock of the said corpor ation, and also to appoint one or moro counsel to represent the policyholders before said appraisers and in such furth I er proceedings as may be taken under er in pursuance of said petition, It is,, therefore, on this tweuty sec ond day of April, A. D., 1013, on mo tion of Edward D. 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It is further ordered that notice of such hearing shall be given to tho com missioner of banking and insurance of this state by serving a copy of this or dor upon him within fifteen days from the making thereof, and that notice of said. application be given to the stock holders of said corporation by mailing a copy of this order to oach of said stockholders at his post office address, as the same appears upon the books of the said corporation within fifteen days from the date hereof; and that no tice of said application be given to the policyholders of the said corporation by publishing a copy of this order in one or more newspapers printed and pub lished in the capital of every state of the United States In which the corpora tion does business, and In a newspaper Great Sale Harvard Mills Knit Underwear This underwear is noted for its perfect fit, its beautiful soft finish and its wearing qualities. Come in and choose your summer under wear now. Vests 50c, 65c, 75c. 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