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THE 8ALEM CAPITAL J0TONA1, 8A1EM, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914.
THREE ' f, Social and Personal Notes By Mollie Runcorn PERSONALS M. T. Grier, of Falls City, is in the city 'on business. Lee B. Tioruey, traveling passenger agent of the Great Northern, is a Salem visitor. E. C. Stewart, assistant claim agent of tho Southern Pacific, is in the city on bin atlas. Harry B. Smith, traveling froight ami passenger agent of the Northern Pacific is in the city. . Miss Lime McLaughlin will leave E Interest Becoming More In tense DailyGrows Wann er As Time Shortens There was a very heavy vote polled today for the leading candidates in the Capital Journal's exposition contest. Pearl Zinn still leadB but Ruth Fngate is only a few hundred votes behind, and Mrs. Hibbler is a good third. More trade checks are being issued than ever before and there is every prospect of a close and exciting finish to this very interesting contest, in which good- tomorrow for Portland to spend the "atured rivalry among the candidates week end with friends. I aid their friends is the predominant Georee M. Brown, rennhlienn en mil. feature. 'a DISPATCH received by Salem J friends today stated that Mrs. William P. Lord and her daugh ter, Miss Elizabeth Lord, would arrive in Snlem tdmorrow on the 12:35 Shusta Limited from San Francisco. They will remain for the week-end and will be entortuined at the A. N. Gilbert and B. 0. Sgliucking homes. Monday they will leave for Portland, where they will spend a day, leaving Tuesday over the Canadian Pacific for eastern points. They will visit Mrs. Lord's aunt in Baltimore and may spend the winter at that place. Mihb Louise Thompson hns returned to Portland, coming up Wednesday ev ening to entertain with her sister, Miss Aline Thompson, at their bridge on that night. She is being delightfully entertained by friends in the Hose City. m An interesting cut in one of the went editions of the Portland Journal was of the new apartment house of Mr. and Mrs. lsadoro llolzman. Mrs. Hblzmn'n was formerly Miss Celia Haines, re moving to Portland at the time of her marriage, where she has since resided as hns also'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, M. Hains, who arc very well known here. Tho building is described us one of the finest apartment houses in Port land and is named "Alter" in honor of tho llolzman 'b small son. It is lo cated at Twenty-first and Overton streets. A novel progressive party is being planned by tho Young Ladies' class or the iluson Lee Memorial church to be given next Monday evening. Guests will first assemble at the home of Miss Averill Harris, later going to the var ious homes of the remaining members for brief entertainment and refresh ments. Miss Emma Miuton will be the t i n it 1 hostess. Carl J. Hollingsworth, graduute of the class of 1113 of Willamette univer sity, of which he was a very popular member, is being entertained by friends at that institution this week. Ho is connected with tho V. M. C. A. in Port Mrs. William East, accompanied by nor children, Miss La Hue, William and Neal, and her father, Mr. Atterbnry, auspices of tho Snlem Republican Club I r is removing to Newport, whore they j upon tho issues of the campaign in'1 Vlnnna Brown of the Salem date for attorney general, is shaking hands with old friends here. Prof. E. 8. Coultlin, of the depart ment of psychology of the University of Oregon, is in the city making a visit to some of the stato institutions. John Dwyer, superintendent of struc tures and ways of the Oregon Electric railroad, passed through this city today on a short inspection trip. Assistant State School Superintendent E. F. Carlton has returned from Rose burg where be was in attendance upon the Douglas county teachers' institute and reports it a grand success, there having been 300 teachers in attendance. Second Assistant State School Super intendent F?ank K. Welles Jias re turned from a two weeks trip into Lake and Klamath comities, where he looked after the standardization of the high The trip to the great exposition with its wealth of world-wide wonders, will be the event of a lifetime for the' fortunate winner, and the Capital Journal guarantees that no expense will be Bpared in making it a pleasant one. First class railroad fare, the best of hotel accommodations, and facilities for seeing the great fair at its best will be provided free of all charge by this paper. It will be a prize well worth working for. The plan adopted by thia paper for giving the trip does not require the con- ESCAPE SHELL FIRE British Fleet and Monitors In Canals Make German Posi tion Untenable Paris, Oct. 23. The Germans were reported today to have withdrawn their advanced line in the extreme northwest of Belgium from its Middlekerke and Marinkerke positions to escape the in tolerable shell fire from the British naval guns on the warships off shore and the monitors operating in the Belgian canalB. ' . The kaiser's troops were entrenched in great strength, however, east of the main highway connecting Osteud with Nieupoit, and held a fortified line frflui Wilskerke to Thorout. A new German headquarters in the north was said to have been established at Ghistullcs. . Despite the withdrawal mentioned, none of the information received tiy General Giillieni, military governor of Paris, indicated a cessation of fighting in the north. City of Lille Burned. The GerinanSj from all accounts, were still trying to reach Nieuport, both from the cast and from the direction of Lille. All these attempts, however, SALEM SOCIAL SERVICE CENTER Union of Fraternal, Religious, Civic, Industrial and Other Organizations and Citizens of Salem for Mutual Aid. PROGRAM Nobody cold Nobody hungry Nobody frlendlais No ltttlt ones neglectld Work for the unemployed No obligation No aumtlUUon Juat civilisation. Vacant rooms at the East school have been grunted for the collection and distribution of clothing and a consid erable umount of clothing has already been tendered. This will be collected as soon us nrrniigi'ments have been completed. In the meuntiine all who have outgrown clothing that may be available for othcr cun help material ly by sending word to this newspaper which is glad to be n port of tho center movement. , If you have school books such as arc in vogue at present, others need them if you don't. Children ore kept from school for want of books. ! ... If you want to hire help, or know of tiny one having employment of unyi kind, temporary or otherwise, plcuse 1 report it. ; ... i Address 8. S. 8. C, care Journal. i May Help You if ! Lungs Are Affected Proper diet, fresh air mid temperate hnhlt are beneficial to norsnns suffnr- testant to sell anything. The only thing ero declared to have beeu unsuccess-ig from Lung Trouble; but in a great "" many instances reports show that tho Fresh activity was also announced addition of a medicine for this affection along tho heights of the .Ueuse, where has materially helped in bringing about necessary to secure votes being to pa tronize some of Salem's most popular tores. Tho advertisements of these firms Journal, give a sales check or receipt to every is run in each Friday's Capital ! tlle K"er s batteries were Heavily i recovery. For more than fifteen yeurs il. These firms havo agreed to I "'"'"'"K tnB B"lu" forts ot thc Toul-! Eckninn 's Alterative, a medicine for school system of those countries end I purchaser for cash or for monthly bills nuc.c, i uuKsview, ne attended the joint Lake-Klamath teachers' institute. Governor West is in Portland whore he will hold a joint debate with R. A. Booth, Republican cnnlidnto for United StateB Senator, tonight. Verdun line. i Throat and Lunir Troubles, has ncenm- Most of Lille was said to have been nlished good results. Read what it did burned. It hns been the center of : n this case: fighting between the British and Ger- Madison Lake, Minn, man cuvnlry and the scene of many, "Gentlemen: Jn December, 1908, hand to hand encounters. Tho allies j March 10(19, and Septembof, 1909, I were finally forced to abandon it on was taken with hcmorrhnires of the account of the overwhelming numerical lungs which confined me several weeks, superiuruy ui me jjoriuaus in us vi- cncii lime to my lieu. .My doctor nd cinity. ,' vised me to no West. In November I Of the British naval operations along ! Parted for Denver, Col. After my ar- tho Belgian const and in the Belgian rival I met Michael Hrody, who, upon) cunnis, near Aumirai ji. u. &. noon , learning or my condition, urged mo to I take Eckman's Alterative. 1 kept on' j taking tho medicine and improved fast, I In March, 1910, 1 returned home. I nmj I entirely well, have ft good appetite and I Ilium wnll Whan 1 I.. ft llr n,v NOT Tfl FIFPT HIM weight was 130 pounds. I now weigh i 1Ur'' n,y I,0ln,, w'Kht. 1 thank God' t. f l , . , i , , a,"l ymir Alterative for my hcnllh.." Boise. Ida.. Oct. 23. Voters of Idaho . mm t m . ,,m : 1 HT'C V 1 i I i .i TV. (Aiiumvnj i-ahj u, r.iMMiu. - are neing asaeu today i.y tiie repulili- (Above abbreviated: more on re call stato central committee not to ! quest.) vote for O. V. Allen, forced to resicn ' iv.i'.. i. in i ' I- In !... iin....ir,ii. u...mi.I AimtiiiDnnl niivllin... 1 A . an Holh ltvnn 1 Rflll ... . t I.CH lllll 11 I) . 1 1 1 I tl 1 1 1 13 IIUS IJITI1 IHOH'll """"" jb" iiifinocr or tne- Republican w . i. us sruio treasurer r 'liny uy uovor i,v ,nnv vwiim' tent In ho mmi nfTiciini who will claim her frequently as their state central, committee will K ., 1 J7 ?le Herdjein 1850 or Haines, and who pleaded Kmlty yo- Xrvoro Thro.U n,i Lm, Affee, GEORGE M. BROWN WILL SPEAK TONIGHT George M. Brown, of Roseburg, Republican nomineo for Attorney General, is in hn nitw n.:u . u a meeti.,; . ,L VV " 7 Mario Bolinger this evening . t mT. .Tl Violet M. Barker , . , HUUU HID paid until January 1, 1915. The sales checks or receipts from these firms may be exchanged for votes at this office one vote for every 5 cents of your pur chase. The names and standing of the con lidates follow: Penrl Zinn 89,004 Ruth Fugate 88,131 Mrs. Cruco Eoff Hibbler 70,(19(1 Jean Mclntiirff 1,901 Mildred Atherton 39,1411 Margaret White 31,202 Beryl Nccdham 27,135 Kenska Swart 21,838 Violet Cory ; 10,fl!)8 6,702 5,431 Arlino Ohm 3,773 Come Saturday I (TOMORROW) r Big Specials in Clothing for Men and Boys ; Every article in the house will be reduced for one day only Saturday, October 24 For Men Our Extra Special Suits $8.00 Men's Overcoats $7.00 Wool Sweaters for Men, Women and Children $1.50 We Are Ready for a Big Saturday With Extra Competent Help to Serve You The Plymouth CORNER STATE AND LIBERTY STREETS whs uiitlcrKtuod to be in charge. VOTERS REQUESTED in AiuTtjiuit. uuio nivV i.,uu mo jtwues or the cnmtiuicu in "" j,i.i. Miss Kast Is a graduate gcnernl and his candidacy in particular I (,',elia w,Ib0" J."47 high school and has muiiy and Ella G. Metzger, of Dallas a Marguerite Ostrandor ....-l,044 younger social contingent I auxiliary member of the- Republican I w1""1. R?.an ,."V 1'560 in lwii f minion t Iv tin guest. Mr. and Mrs. William Brown spent several days in Portland this week, returning Wednesday night. Mrs, P. .li. i'uUerloii is being cutci. tuiued by friends iu Roseburg. J. cav ing Tuesday, she will probably remuiii a week or' more. Honoring Mbs Florence Houston uml Lilburn Boggs, whose aproucliing nup tials have been announced, Mrs. Paul L. Schmidt of North Cottage street entertained at a six o'cloca dinner purty last evening. The guests were Miss Volva Hoover, Miss hidna Jobhc, Lloyd Farmer, Cliflord Farmer, and the honored guests, dress thfl lmlinu xi.nn U- I i the Republican nartv n,rni.:- ?J kola Io Long. i...... it .1 r -r-i" lira !!..,,,.,., ii,,. m I..,, i-umpuign irom their stand- n A . point. . Grace Craig Arrangements have been made for Hmo1 Johixon band music, for the occasion and the1 B6Btri'8 Crawford ... ...,... uunrii'iio Will a in rnnlii ",,lu, uvm choice selections nt the opera house " pruning, llotd Mr. Rm.n 1000 , low 1080 1075 and Miss Metzgor are well informed aud fluent, as well as convincing speak ers, and it is expected that they will be accorded a good attendance. . INDIAN BOOKS IN THE : CHILDREN'S ROOM A lnrKo number of iniest anmbreu ' ' u" .T""' at tho 'family dinner" given Wedncn vi7 . "t t ,1 u 1 j i ii i u i iv . 1 vitn-H moHt lutrat'tivc, WIumi we can day evening in the parlors of the Jnrst , of d Jle hod.st church by t ho Houth Circle ,t , f . d , baok., ii o the Lad.es' Aid boe.ety. 8viw -u- Bnd' , bio. were arranged, ten places being w,,lt is h marked for guests at each. Lovely fnr , P0I!y ovenl , Tl.erc ure nim- chrysautheniums of varied hues re1(1 Bt(lri( J,,llt t,,Kyoui,g readers like us.-u ii-u.i-1 il-.:.. '-bki , books like the following! Mrs. U. J. Tillman and Mrs, 0. Scort -linn.lliT In the Reign of C terday to a cluirge of embe..ling state , tiollH) Bronchitis, Bronchial Asthmn, funds, receiving b sentence .of from ; stubborn Colds and in upbuilding the five to ten years in the penitentiary. ,yiltm. Contnius no narcotics, poisons Allen s cuiididacy. for ro-elci tioii wnsjor habit-forming drugs Ask for book let telling of recoveries, and write to Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for evidence '. ' Acecpt no 'substitute. Hmnll sizo 4H.00; regular sine tL'.OO. For sale by nil leading druggists, r had churge of arrangements, The eight 1'ircles of tho Methodist society hold a general meeting the fourth Wednesday, in each month, In the church purlurs, each division nit't-'i-ing at the homo of one of its members on the previous Wednesdays, Tho event of yesterday was given principally for the pleasure of members. repudiated by the; central committee. 100S hut there is no wav(by which his name 1047 i enn hn rmnnvn.l frnm thrt Imilnt 4'ni U..I. Cll . in, A ., , . .. ' " iuuiio ixuhiiv .....m....- auiuj mo coming election, 1 Vera George .... . 1000, Allen's peculations are alleged to Hazel Cooley 1000 1 amount to approximately (l,(IO0 uml Mildred Coopor lOOOo have extended over a'period of four Manila McLaughlin 1000 ! years. Hernice Sauter 1000 Fred M. Coleman, former deputy Vivian nargrove 1000 ; state treasurer under Allen, wns held Grace Taylor 1000 for trial following his arraignment yes-- Magdalena Tuffli 907 terday ' on a charge oF embez.iing Mary Guyer 800 i $'2 .100, Alma Hall 750 i Vera Martin .... 750; O. Allen at One time lived in Lotta Ponn . 75(1' Snlem, where ho was engaged in busi- nil !i " " 7f0 1 tipns. He went to Idaho and engaged In 'entitle them to n ibership anil were Gladys Qroy V50 the furniture business, later entered turned down by the examining board. SiV. V ; WOinolitios and, nfter serving a term ini'pitis would Indicate that the "courso The following is a list of the firms the legislature, was eU'cter state treas-of sprouts" which the applicants arc whose sales checks or receipts may bearer tour yeurs ago. ' imt through now, umler the new system cAtimnK"! iui vutun ub tun vnptini uuur MORE THAN ONE-THIRD FAILED TO PASS .Thirteen of a total of XI luw grad-1 uiitei who took the examination for ml- J mission to practice before the bar of! Oregon, or IIH per cent, tnlied to receive the required percentage of credits to I Everything for the Sunday Dinner Van Camp's or Campbell Hnups 10c Crabs, rdirimps or Lobsters at 20c to 60c Asparagus, tho can..,. 15c to 25c Kugur Peas, the can. . 12'ac to 15c Hiring Bonus, the can 10c to 12'2c Hweet Corn, the can 8 l-3c to 15c Tomatoes, the can. . .8 l-3c to 15c Hiiuer Kraut, the cun.. 15c to 20c Npinnch, the can, .H'jC Hominy, tho can 15c Green Oago Plums, tho can.. 25c Durtlett Pears, the can 25c Apricots, the can 26c Peaches, the can 26c (Sliced Plnciipplo, the can 8 l-3c to 20c Fresh Crabs 15c Kippered Halmon 20c Nice Hpring Chix 50c to 75c Juicy Beef. Pork, Mutton. WESTACOTT-THIELSEN COMPANY ( INCORPORATED) Successors to Thlelsen Cash Grocery 151 NORTH HIOH STREET ! : I t I L. A. WsMcolt tt Co, t TELETIIONB 830 Recipe Department By BETSY WADE. I Lo. ul artists met Inst night iu the' Masonic building to foriiiulatu plans for an art association in rMilcm. Consider-! able interest Is shown snd the orgnni r.ntion will be known as the Hnlcin Art Circle. Indoor work will bo confined j. tu drawing l'niiii casts and still life ob- jects, and once emh week, weather per-, mittiiig, trips will be made into thei country for outdoor sketching, Home of the best-known Hnlcin artists are uf-i filiated with the endeavor and it Is! hoped that sufficient eiitliusinsm iil be shown to enable the circle to later i secure it locution of its own, where' exhibitions tan be held. Nearly all cities of Hnlcin s size have nit associa tions and the interest in things artixic here, or rather the lack of it here, is very 1 Reiirn of Coyote, Jcnks Childhood of .Tl-Hhib, the O.jibwn. Kennedy New World Fairy Book. Hcliultit Hinopuh, the Indian Boy. Hncddcn Docas, the Indian Boy of Hnnta Clara. Zitknla Sn Old Indian Legends. For the older bovs and bIHh. even In. n"w to high school, the Indian books tiro no less interesting. Altslielcr Last of tho Chiefs. Bnyhir Juan end Junnlta. Brooks Muster of the Htrong Hearts. , ('oopcr Ueerslayer. Cooper Last of the Mohicans. Custer Boots and Huddles. Kurt m u n I n d i u n B i.v h ood . (Irlnnill Jack Among the Indians. (Irinnell Hliiekfnot Lodge Tules. Jackson linmona. Janvier Artec Treasure House. King Campaigning With Crook. Munroe Flamingo Feather. Htoddard Little Hmoke, u Tale of the Hloux. I'arkmun Bovs' Purkninn; Toniliiison Tccumsch's Young! Mraves. WhiteManic Forest. The fiidlnn books will be on the tu- nal office: Btockton's The Toggery Balcin Klectric Co. Halem Cigar Factory Imperial Furniture Company, Hnlem Iaundry Co. Wiley B. Allen Co. The Globe Theatre. Tho Royal Bakery (bread wrappers) A. C. Dcvoo Hhocs The Hpa llauser liros. Trover & Wclgel, Photographer! Yokohama Crockery & Tea Co. Vick Bros. Garage Hnlcin Fish and Poultry Market Independent Meat Mnrkot C. M. Roberts Grocery Polsal aad-Hliow Grocery C. M. Epploy Grocery. Tho lltghlnnd Grocery Iteddnwiiy's Cush Grocery J. L. Busick & Hon Grocery Dr. Murk Kit Iff llcntnl Office J. E. Ilnchott, I'lnno Tuner Hnlem Ico Co. LESS MEAT IF BACK of conducting the examination of the state bur association, is more strcuiinus than when the examinations were cott- ANft innNFV HURT ''"'ted by the supreme court, as this is tiaU IMUaLlO UUni rather high percentage of failures us compared to pust examination results, Take a Glass of Salti to Flush Kid- considering, ton, that some who failed ntys if Bladder Bothers You occupy positions in public lite which Drink Lots of Water. ; would Indicate a mentality above the . . 'average. Fating ment regularly eventually! Fololwing Is a list of those obtaining produces kidney trouble In some form , pnsKlng grades: Max Allien Cunning, or other, says a well-known authority, "nvll llirsch Colin, Jiuucs T. Iliiind, because the uric acid in meat excites Hichsnl L. .Merrick, Paul K. Illiiiichnrd, the kidnevs, thev beconio overworked: : l','r,'v ''oilier, VV. I. ilarrisnn, Wil get sluggish: clog ip and cnuso all 111,111 Laidlnw, J. H. Iliinforth, Cliurles nrl of .11. In... i,m tinnliirl V linr I. n Custoll. Arthur .1. (illllll, Thllddclis W. land mifery in the kidney region-, rheu-1 y,,1('""'. 0,l",r "l"1. ""w V' Wl1' niatic, twinges, severe headaches, acid ; """"" " '"i ' 1 stomach, eonstipatl sleeplessness, bladd ritatlon. The moment your back hurts or kid J? T pvere headaches, acid KyT """"l Jiarns, nurrcn nun latlon, torpid liver, i Thoinns A. Iliirke, H. (I. MeFmldi'ii, ddi'i and urinary lr- H' M' ' ""'"'i Mne, I'rcs- colt V. Cooklngliiiui. neys aren't acting right, or If bladder bothers vou, get about four ounces of Ind Halts from any good pharmacy; noticeable to visitors. Many very nVp- Idi J la tl hildren's room at the pub- nine artists resiue nere, wnuse wora is nc niirury on Haturdiiy practically unknown owing to luck of' 1 public, exhibitions or displays, liiu iicxi uicciing ill liie cireic iviii' bo In tho siime place, Room HO", Ma sonic Building, next Thmsduy evening at seven o clock, All artists are In vited to join. KAISER NEWS TUB FUND INCREASES. The efforts of the V. M. C. A. solici tors netted the sum of Ill'J today to be added to the Increasing fund fur the Maintenance of the institution for the' will leave the place on that date fCnpitn! Journal Special Service.) Kaiser, Ore., (let. 2. Mrs. Junusih of Portland, bus Icnscd her ranch to FIGHTING IS BLOODY (Continued from page 1.) tnko a tublcspoonfiil iu a glass of wil- .H , j tl t, r(1,, .tvveen tor before breakfast for a few days HimiMi America and England. BORN. .vnnr Kidneys will tlien act line, j As n precaution, If nothing mores in IIOWK-At. the family residence, cor-! ' ' '? " "' ' """ 10 view of conditions in tl, let, Phil- nor of Shipping and' Capita; streets, '.Vr'.'it i l.".'1" '.'Tl r"; l'"i," ,r" Thursday, October S2, IIU4, to Her- "' wl,,n. I",",' n'"1 ,' "" " ," Vi"i""'"1 n"'1 r,'n '''H' bert ll.'and Velln M Howe, a son, V"" l,m '".i f'"" ' "Um"'! I ' '" -Hid the chief llirent of iidl- weight H no. hi. Ik ",illllll',l """m ,0 norninl activity cut,,,,,, tlicie was due to the harboring ' , , !ho to neulrnlize the acids In the ur- r lielligi'rent ships at Mjinilu. ..... niTt i nrtii.i ' ''"n " 110 '""Kef Irritates, thus cud-, Eiitoieiiu mitioiis liuving wlllnliliwii WAR BUI, I r.il N lug bludder dimrdcrs. ; their troops from the I'eKiiiMnlideii " .. ! ,'l"llln,' Injurs anyone; rnilroiid, it seemeil likely to devolve Till-' IIAGI'F D t i i mi . i ninUm a delightful effervescent lithia- u p tin American soldiers In police the , ,. ., , : water iirinit wnicn millions or men nmi hue, women tulie now and then to keep the ' kidnevs and urinary organs clean, thus Any til n n can lummv trouble with avoiding serious kldnev lison.il, not b'liik refeieuco or soriiritv To Prevent Egg Cracking. Wotting the shells of eggs with cold water before putting them In boiling wat"r this prevents their cracking. AM inuiilcation lines were reported here tie lav uit by the allies between Itruucs mid lilienl. The violence of the fCiil ing in that region was snid to be in- cressiiig rapidly. Hwimus ot shuri Mr. George Hun mid severut .other shooters were unilcrstood to be opeiat Chinamen. They have secured a 10-ng behind the kaiser's lines, sniping year lease and are erecting n new barn .Goiiniiiyi by the hundreds. and will do some requiring to the house ' which Is nn old landmark. . E. Cooper, I LONDON, 0 t. '.'3. The capture b.v whose lease expires November loth,, the Anglo Japanese naval forces of n iierninii rie.iioyer wnicn ran tne ivinn ensuing yenr. The solicitors meet daily Kaiser has a new minister, Mr. Jns- ' linu blnekade wn reported today In nt noon et the V, .M. C, A. building to 'per. lie will prcacii oa next sunilny, discuss tho (lay's work and to outline! October 25th. tho next day's campaign. The reports Mr. Yiirues, former minister of this so far have been favorable and many I district, takes a pastorate in West Ha- ubscrlntlnns havo been increased over lem. I'eliin dispatch received by the Ex change Teleginph eompiiny here. lust year's, Tho following were today's subscrib er!! Dr. O. L. Hcott, eld; II. J. Talbot, 5; G. Htolx Co., Hi Harr's Jewelry Store, .1; H. H, East, .-; Geoige II. Ilun-ford, K'i Frn K. Welles, ('. L. Moores, f.1; T. A. Mcltrlde, Snlem Nursery Co., I0; E. N. Tracy, 1U; H. A. Watson, HUIIl M. E. Brey man, 10: Hess K. Moores, fli; A. O. Condit, 10. Arm yourself with a dark Inntem whoa looking for honor among thieves. ' the next After next Sunday, the hour nr Sun day school will he changed from 1(1 tl. m. to t p, m. Mr. Moh night hns about recovered from his recent ilness. Everyone Is cordially Invited to hear the preaching services Sunday at the srhool house. A lorge attendance Is de sired, so don't forget the ilnte, Octo ber 25th. WASHINGTON, Oct, 2:1. The fob j lowing dispnti h from the German for eign office nt Berlin was received at j the German embassy here today: "The enemy Is slowly retreating' along the entire but tie front." j DESPONDENT DEAD. j Portland, Ore. Oct. 21. Despondent : becsu.e of prolonged Illness, Tlioinasj Hnmlcrs. a railway mull clerk on the O W. R, ft N. running between Port-i land Slid I'orntello, committed suleldn nt his home here today by blowing the A woman forgives an iniury one dav and forgets that she has forgiven it top of his head off with a shotgun. He j leaves a tsmny, IT IS THE TJtSTE, THE FUWOR OF Baker's Cocoa That fakc9 It Deservedly Popular An absolutely pure, delicious and whole iome food beverage, produced by a scien tific blending of lilh-rado cocoa beans, subjected to a perfect mechanical process . of manufacture. Ctl fn gtnutnt, mad only by Walter Baker & Co. Limited JlKTsLult Established 1 780. Dorchester, Muss. 3 Tor Grainy Frosting. If when milking boiled frosting one has cooked the sugar mid wilier too long, and It grains, a teiispuont'ul of butter added will 111 11 It cieamv and smooth, when beuteii, Clrshnm Muffins, Hob to a ''i ni hi n tablcsiooiiful of sugar and two of bolter. Into this beat lour 1 tti. Sift a teiispoiiurnl of linking powder into three cups ot' giiihniu Hour, add the butler and cug mixture, and beat, very nurd. Tnrn into lientcd and groused mult'ili tins and baKn iu a very hot o ell. Dishwashing Hint. I h.ining 11 Hiiici'i'iin in which iiiilli hns been boiled i otten a t lilllblesollie task, A simple method is to ipiicklv replme the lid alter pouring out the boiling milk so Hint the sleiiiu will not have time tu e.ciipe and allow tlie I saucepan to cool holme taking the lid ! (il l' again. Then put the pan iu cold water to soak: al'teiiMiril it cun be washed easily iiud ipiickly without Hie bother of sculping. A Baked Mince, Mix together two cnptiils of niiioed ibl luinb, chicken 111- vcnl, one ciipi'iil of clioppcd hum and one cupful of fine breadcrumbs, Moisten well with highly usiiaeil soup stock. 'I urn Into a grea.cil bake dish and set In the oven until Ion I el through. Ilalie upon the top of the mince a imiiuv eifs as will he side by side on il, sprinkle with suit nil, I pepper, ret ni 11 to the oven mid bake until the whites are set firm. Send to table in a pudding dish. Msplomoclu Cake. One half cup butter, 1 cup sugar, I wrlioie egg, 4 yolks, 1 8 4 cups Hour, II 4 teaspoons ( n scent Making Pow der, i.j cup milk, Cream butter no. I sugar thoroughly; add well beaten egg and yolks. Hilt three tl s, flour 110, 1 baking ixiwder, and add alteriuitidy with inilli. I In lie In three layers ami put together with Maplamocha Frosting, I Cream together nne cup silted con feet inner 's suuur, one heaping luhle spoon butter, two teiipoous cocoa uml eight drops Mapleluc. Add giadiiiilly two tablespoons strong coffee. II' not thin cnouo.h add drop by drop iiiuro eofl'ce, If loo thin add more sugar. MADE RITE In America IT WILL RAISE THE DOUGH BETTER cmocEns bfxl it 1 Lb. 2.1o 'I f nll.HHI..fWMPW