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1 I TWO THE SALEM CAPITAL JOtmWAL, HAT.P.M. OMOOtt WEDNESDAY, APKIL 7, 1015. i . ' 1 s ociahndPersonal By UOLLIB BVHOOB3 RECEIVER CANT PAY LOSS AFTER SEND IN SOCIAL NEWS. The Capital Journal is al ways glad to print soriul ni'wg from outside of Halcin, and will appreciate anything of this kind Bent in over the telephone or by mail, in sendinu; in news iho writers' name should al ways bo signed, not for publica tion, but as a guarantee that the matter is reliable. Wo do not print anything sent in un lets wo know the author ot it. vtAflKS and pages of Commercial Y club literature of tho west' is an Dually devoted to culiyistie. ac counts of tho wonderful climatic con ditions to bo found went of the Hocky mountains. Kastern residents beiiiir fre quently icminded that in this land, whnro drranis come true, the grass is always green and tho skies retain their turquoise hue the year round. Homo times it is also added that the roHcs lilreim continually, but these latter as sertions cannot be vorifind, except in isolated cases (tlint is, with the out-of door plants.) To bo sure, there is never a time when come kind of flower is not blossoming, but roses well, rosoB aro is yet a trifle afraid of venturing out during the winter months, even in ore (joii . Visitors in the city and even r aid-lit Hal em Hen passing tho Mrs. 8. V.. lyer residence, .'(.'III North Hum mer stre.'t, are attracted by the beauti ful Mario Henrietta rosd which has been displaying full blown blossoms in her garden for several days. Tli is rose is of a dark red color and is considered mora attractive in tho bud than when fully blossomed. It is ossoiitittlly an early variety, and so far as any ono seewis In know, this particular bush has the distinction of being tho firHt one to bloom in Halcin this year. The ultar boys of St. Joseph's church aro to present "The Millionaire Jun ftor," a pleasing comedy, in Ht. Jo seph hall tonight at eight o'clock, as sisted by tho Hhnw orchestra. Tho af fair is given ns a church benefit. ... Mrs. Evil linger, of Tillamook, Ore., who) hat been senior vicc-prcHidcnt of the Women's Iteiicf Corps of the De partment ol' Oregon, has succeeded to the presidency, owing to the recent loath of tho president, Mrs. Cynthia Dnnlap. Mrs. Hugor will complete the preparations for the nnnunl convention at McMiunville, to bo held in June. . A large uumber enjoyed the commun ity sing given at Highland scIidiI Fri day evening. Children of the grades, Mrs. P. M. Jasper nnd others assisted with musical numbers. Interest in these affairs continues iinnbntcd, mid anoth er similar gathering was decided upon to take place In two weeks. The Parent Teacher association of this school will meet next Wednesday evening at the school building. The advisability of securing playground paraphernalia for use nf the children during tho summer will he decided upon at this meeting nnd other important tatters will also ho discussed. ... Miss Catherine P. Vance, ociicinl secretary of tho Y, W. 0. A. of the Oregon Agricultural college, Corvallis, will be in Halom Thursday and will talk tu the V. W. C. A. rooms or Wil lamelte university. Miss Vance is leav ing shortly for Japan to supervise the associations work there, Her talk here will deal with her proposed trip to that place and the nature of the work in foreign countries, Mint Vance is h Kappa Kappa Unmiua sorority member and Is a most pleasing and in teresting young woman. Nhn will np ar at 8:35 o'clock Thursday after noon, speaking In the atsii'lntioii room of Kston hull. All women of the city intoreateil in V. W. C. A. work aro in vited to be present. Tho Ladies of tho Maccabco lodge will entertain with another of tumi dances in the armory tonight, the af fair to bo given as a benefit for the drill team of tho order, about five hundred invitations being out. Many of the officials ot the f?alein lodge, with tho drill team, aro planning uu attending the biennial siate convention to be held in I'ortlnnd April fifteenth and sixteenth, rsupj-eino (Jfticer -Miss West will bo present at this session, and Mrs. Aydlotte, state deputy of Cal ifornia, will bo another prominent of ficial who will give addresses. Among .Salem folk iilnnnincr an n'-'.endintr this I convontiou are Mrs. Klizabeth Heed, Mrs. II. A. Kmart. Mrs. Ciirolvn Hush-1 noli, Mrs. Jcnnio Miller, Mrs. Kmniu Smith, Mrs. Fred Anderson, Mrs, Tucker, Mrs. J. A. Heglen, Mrs. Gill, Mrs. K Maund, Mrs. Viola .Swurts, Mrs. May Hhank, Mrs. II. 8. Via, Mrs. Harry Ralph, Mrs. William B. Lindsay, Mrs. Joshua Ituble, Mrs. Wnyno Maker, Miss Vora Zosel, Miss Heva Heers, Miss Gertrude Hwarts, Miss Opal George Miss l'earl fleorgo, Miss Minnie Peter son, Miss Alice lilake, Miss Jessie Mil ler, Miss Hylvia Miller, Miss Bessio llorhringer, Miss Dorothy Heglen, Miss Hlivany, Miss Myrtle Hardline, Miss Bessie Gill and Miss Kululie Lindsay. The Halom members will exemplify the new memorial services. . Cathode order of Foresters is to give a danco in Ht. Joseph's hall tonight, for which plans have been under way for Borne time. It will bo a chinch bene fit affair. Levy of Assessments Being Made to Policy-Holders In Merchants Mutual MAY PAY 50c ON DOLLAR. Iteceiver Harvey Wells, for tho Horticultural Fire Relief and the Oregon Merchants' Mutual Fire Assurance associa tions, in sending out his assess ment levies to the policyholders of the latter company to effect n settlement upon tho $10,000 outstanding firo losses, gave out a statement this mci.ning show ing that there aro 8S2 policy holders subject to assessment upon their policies. The amount to bo raised by this assessment, will be $4:)0'5, the overdue pre miums duo to $HJ0fi, making a total of $5970, which he expects to be able to pay about SO per ccut of the loss claims if all of tho collectiuns aro niailo. Id nddition to this there are about J1I000 due policyholders in ro turn premiums which ho does not hope to liquidate. DYSPEPSIA OVERCOME Tone Up the Stomach with Hood' Sarsaparilla. When you have dyspepsia your life la miserable. You have a bad taste in your mouth, a tenderness at tne pit of your atomach, a feeling ot puffy fulness, headache, heartburn, and sometimes nausea. Dyspepsia la dillicult digestion that in what the word means and the only way to get rid of it is to give vluor and tone to the stomach and tho whole digestive system, Hood'a Sarsaparilla, sold by all drug gists, is the one medicine which acta on the stomach through tho blood and also directly. Us bencllcial ef fects are felt at once. Improvement beslna immediately. Hood'a BarBaparilla purifies the blood, makes the rich red blood that is needed for perfect digestion, and builds up the whole system. No other medicine can take Its place. ff r f V $3.50 $5.00 A pair of thoea properly fitted will wear longer and glv more satisfaction tea to on. W hT been fittlim shoe for a loug tin. W know all the art nd skill It require. We oeatre to uak frleiuU for this iter. Therefore, we Insist on every sho being fitted properly bofoto It leave this bouse. When yon com to buy boos Just leav the its and width to in. W (ttaraotM aatUf action tf yon will do this. fULLERTON'S A. A. QHABER, fcfr. Shoe Dept. J A group of little friends of Lois Nye gathered at her homo in Houth Hnlem lust night, occasioning a happy surprise upon the occasion of her birth day. Those present were: Josephine Tillman, Hutli I'agc, ttj'.vin Thompson, AnnuDoilo Golden. Kuienia Grn ben- hirst, Mabel Ackorman, l-Ilsie Hoyaton, .una aimer, Aiuxino Ulrich and Horns Wye. . Mrs. W. II. Kldrldgo returned from I'ortlund Monday night, where she was entertained by relatives and friends for several days. Mus Ethel L, Ilixon. dauuhter of Nov. and Mrs. J. M. Ilixon, of 11175 North Hummer street, was married yes terday afternoon to Walter H. Dexter. of linden, Wash., tho ceremony Hiking puico at ino niiiue ot the bride s par ents, Hev. Mr. Ilixon officiating. A I wedding breakfast was served proceed ing tho ceremony The nuptiul vows wero taken at three o'clock beneath an inch of yellow and green, formed of spring flowers nnd pretty fuliugo. mi iiimu worn a ciurit iiiue truvcliug suit with military hat. She enrried a bouquet of pink carnation. Tho young people left Immediately nl'ler the cere mony fur Lvnden, where thev will take up their residence- Tho bridegroom is a prosperous rancher of that place, his untie ueing employed lor some time lit the Panics' store. Tho wedding miosta were: Mr nnd Mrs. J. P. Miles, Mr. and Mrs. Itov KonniB nnd daughter. Gladvs: Mr. and Airs, K. 0, ltushnell and son, Ver non Airs. Marv f ain t, nf iwi Ulu. it I. - ll" . .... ' an 1'i'iiu. jiuumaru unu miss lone rishor, The senior guild t.f St. Paul's church is In tension with Mrs. Henry II. Thiol- son this afternoon at her "joino on Court at rcet. . A largo number of yd ing people en joyed the basket social held nt tho ,1a son Lee Methodist church lut .i..D Miss Marguerite Flower gnvo vocul so los tor the pleasure of those present, IMyde Gardner tendering violin selec uuns. h. a. nam was chairman of ine committee in charge and llurrv lrvino auctioned tho bees, . The marriage of Miss Kllrnbeth ,1. Doertler, of Halem. to Harold K. It,,.. sell, of Marion, took place at the rec tory of Ht. Joseph's church Tuesduy niuniiuvn, uev. a. A. Moore nlficiat ing. They will make their home in Ku genj, leaving for tlmt place yesterday Kveryouo In attendance at tho l.lrth day bampiet aerved by the ladies' Aid smieiy or tne nrst Methodist church in their church parlors last night, pro-noun-ed the affair one of the most en- joja-ne any similar event hiking place for some time. The decorations, suggesting the twelve months on ns mauy tunics, were much admired. Jan uary was represented by n miniature skating rink, fur-elnd skaters, suow balls and evergreen: February, slen- tines anil hearts: March, iiussv willow. uu uimcrciips; April, faster novelties; May, Maypole; June, wedding partv; July, patriotic novelties; August, cr'o ipiet party; Heptember, autumn fruits; ocioner, liallimoenj November, Thanksgiving mt.-clties; Hecember, Christmas novelties. t Alt mothers nf the city nud those in terested in child welfare, work are ex-teud-d an invilatiun to hear I C. F. Hodge, of tho Unlve-rsilv of Ore on, who speak at threo o'clock to morrow afternoon In the auditorium nf he public library. The lecture is free Mid every parent In the city who ran huilil not fail to attend. Coming at Shis time when the public plavground movement is revolving so much atten 'ion locally, the lecture I of double In- ereit. 'rofaor llodgo will take a his sublet "Kdncstiun for Social Ad .aiKe," his discourse covering every haw of education cntside nf ho.k He Is the author of several books on outdoor life, gardening and pluygromid worn, an or winch are in the public li usrr, Professor Hodge is brought to. Kleni bv the mothers' c!.i of the 'Irst Methodist church, and lie bus been asked l sprak at a number of be schools durlug his stay. Ki.-essive liabilities make marriage STATE ILL NO! SUE 10 RECOVER S Although Insurance Commiiisioner Harvey Wells is inclined to offer every assistance within his power, both legally and morally, to the sufferers fiom loss by reason of tho insolvency of the Horticultural Fire Relief society, which went into the hands of tho received (Insurance Commissioner Wells) ou March 1 of this year, ho is powerless to do to under the laws which govern receiverships as the very act of being admitted to receivership automatically cancels all outstanding policies nnd no claim can bo mnde for losses sustained under such policies. While Insurance Commissioner nnd Receiver WellB was reasonably certain that this was the law upon the subject he has been so completely overwhelmed by piteous ami touching nppeals for help from numerous policyholders in tho defunct concern, who suffered losses by firo immediately before the com pany went into the hands of the re- eiver nnd immediately nftcrward and before notice of insolvency had been received, tliut he submitted the question to Attorney General Brown. Mr. Drawn gave him an opinion yesterday holding that In no enso can the receiver pay ot funds in his custody for losses sustained after the company became Insolvent. The particular case upon which the question was submitted to the attorney general, the circumstances surrounding which so strongly appealed to the sympathies of Receiver Wells, was that of V. II. Baker, of Corvallis. Mr, Baker carried insurance upon his home in tho Horticultural fire relief and his homo was destroyed by fire on March o, while the company went into in solvency on March 1. Mr. Buker has written to Receiver Wells stating his case and describing his condition. which is in substance, that he has lost all he possessed and has a wife and seven children without shelter or means of providing any, and ho pleads heart- remiingiy for financial aid in order that ho might alleviate the sufferings of his wife and little ones. This, how ever, Is but one of scores of such let ters as Mr. Wells has received nd he has been compelled to turn a deaf ear to all and do his duty as the strict let ter of the law dictates. In compliance with tho order of Judge Galloway of tho circuit court for this county, entered of record on Sat urday afternoon last, Receiver Wells is sending out notices of assessment to nil policyholders of the Oregon Mer chants mutual fire iusnrauce associa tion, limited to 100 per cent of the standard rate upon which tho policies were issued, based upon tho books and records of the company. The total unpaid liabilities of tho 'Oregon mer chants mutual amounts to 110,003,07, Of this amount I,1U7.01! represents fire loss claims adjusted, and $775 un adjusted fire loss claims. Of tho claims adjusted one fire oc curred November 4, and two on December 20, 1IH4, and seven others date from January 13 to February 17, IMS There are three fire loss cluims unndiiisted one f which ,liif. K...V . February t), 12, Qj amounts to 1600:1 ....,L... i , ... ..... : . i -iioiuvr io j'crrmuer I.I, WH, and tho third to January 1915. s Land Board Decides Title Will Revert To State Through Federal Suit The state of Oregon wil! tuke no hi nd in the settlement of tl.e title to Imd embraced in the hind grant of the Coos Bay wagon rood company to re claim title to snto Bwarp and other lends until, the suit already instituted nnd pending by the government, to in validate the land grant, lias been set tled. This decision was reached by 'ho state land board Ihis morning upoi the advice of 'Attorney General Brown. A. y. Hnmmo id, on attorney of North llund, Coos county, nppiered before the board and represented that tho big ecrcago of land embraced in the Coos Bay wagon road grant included between 700 und S00 acres of swnmp land which bolongod to the state and was relin quished to the wagon rond company when tho grant was made, and advised tho board to ihtcrvene in the govern ment suit to r..cliiim title to these swnmp lands which, lie clnims, are very valuable. The board took the po sition, however, that InuFinucli as the federal suit was pending to invalidate the wagon road ompunv's title to nil of tb o grunt, if it was successful the titif to the swnmp land would auto mat. cully revert to the state and an aeden by the state at this time is not nocesury. 015 HAY F Engineer Problem Is Settled and Harmony Once More Prevails With Board TAX PROTEST RECALLS OF E Solons of 1915 Evidently Left A Monument In Minds of the People SEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. II. E. Wirth et ux to Jno. T. Caldwell ot ux, part I'. Bilyou Claim, 9, 9, 1 W. waiter, n. Uilleji it ux to James U. Heltzol, lots 5, 0, T, Sec. 30, 7, 1 K. THEY ALLDEMAND IT Salem, Like Every City and Town In the Union, Receives It, People witb kidney ills want to be cured. When one suffers the tor tures of an aching back, relief is eagerly sought for There are many remedies today that relieve, but do not '".re. Dean's Kidney Pills have brought lasting results to thousands. tiore is riaiem evidence of their merit, T. N. Kidgewav. 4H8 8. 22nd Ht.. Hulcm, says: "I had pains In the email or my nacK and my back ached at night. I tired easily, wa languid and had headaches. Sometimes my sight blurred, Thero was sediment in the kidney accretions. Dean's Kidney Pills helped me greatly and I publicly recommended them at that time. Nothing has occurred to change my high opinion of this remedy, in fact, my confidence in it is greater than ever for I got a permanent cure." Price SOc, at all dealers. Don simply ask for a kidney remedy get Dean's Kidney Pills the same that Mr, Ridgway had. Fostor-Milburn Co., rrops., nurraio, .N. y. After mature consideration the stuto highway commission concluded yester day afternoon that no special engineer would be nppointea to nanuie mo worn under way on the Columbia river high way in Hood River county nor to settlo the differences between the county courts and the contractors in Clatsop, Columbia and Jackson counties, as this duty will devolvo upon Highway Kn . " ... . . . j- gineer uantine wno succeeaeu jiiajur Bowlbv. The final apportionment of stnto highway funds for the year 1915 was also decided upon, which is prac tically the same as published in The Capital Journal of yesterday, the only change being made in a slight reduction in thcamount to be allowed washing ton county to bring the apportionment within the funds available. At the last meeting of the commission when Engineer Cantine was formally in stalled in office to succeed Major Bowl by it was the sense of tho commission that, inasmuch as Major Bowlby had vacated tho state highway engineer's office upon the theory that the appoint ment of a successor automatically re lieved him, if necessary, a special en gineer would be employed by the com mission to finish up the work nnd settle tho disputes arising out of the old ad ministration. Upon a cloBer investiga tion of the law the terms of tho con tracts, however, it was decided that the highway engineer was the proper authority to finish up the old contract work and adjust tho differences be tween contractors and tho county courts and an order was mnde to this effect. Under the final apportionment of the 1915 highway funds Douglas county will receive $20,000 und Hood River county $50,000, or originally pledged; Jackson county $50,000, of which $10,- 000 is owning from last your; Jose phine eounty will receive $5,000 to come out of the Jackson county 20 per cent, provided by the last legislature; Clat sop county $.15,000, and Columbia eoun ty $50,000. Washington county will re ceive $7,231 of the $10,000 tentatively decided upon "yesterdny morning, which wrll assist in the completion of the Kex Tigardville stretch of tho wefct side Pa cific highway in that county. This makes a total of $217,231, which, with the $20,000 reserved for ofi'ico and mis cellaneous oxpensoB will bring the total up to $237,21)1 nnd within tho estimated amount of funds to bo realized from the highway tax this ycur, $233,000, and about $t),000 in delinquent taxes col lected on last year's rolls. rho apportionment mndo by the com mission yesterday afternoon, sitting jointly with the new advisory board, composed of h. BeiiBon, of Portland; J. H. Albert, of euleni, und Leaho Butler, of Hood River, tho latter of whom was not present, represents a reduction of $23000 in the estimates mndo by former Highway fcngineer Bowlby, and made public und which would huvo exceeded the avniluble funds for 1913 by several thousand dollars. In these days of frequent protests, the county treasurer receives on an av erage one with every other tax receipt from the tax collecting department, ac cording to bis roport. Some of tho tax payers enter but a mild protest while others even promise to . change their politics. The following is a character istic protost, received in tho mail, irom a woman residing at Aumsvillc: . Dear Sir: I am sending you a check for $7 in payment for the taxes on my half-acre of land in Aumsvillc, but I don't do it without protest, though I know you aro in no way to blame and I don't know who is. When 1 bought here seven years ago the taxes on my land were $3, if I remember right, and if any one thinks it justice or economy to increase taxes on economy and in dustry in such a way as that 1 don't agrco with them. I think it enough to make anarchists or 1. w. w.'s out ol tho best of citizens. I have only had about $2)00 bosides what 1 have earn ed myself in about 30 years and have raised two children and supported my self by honest, hard work and saved me a little home. Then to' have tho people of Oregon pounce upon me and make me pay any such tax on one-half acre of land and an old house that bus been built for 20 years in a town of eas than 200 people I think- is an in justice. J'cople that live on less than $180 per year for each member of the family ought not to have to pay taxes anyway on one little house and small plot of ground. If the state has enough to afford to pay from $2000 to $10,000 per year, to its commissioners and offi cers there's no equality about it. Those senators and legislators that wanted their private stenogrnphera should pay them out of their own wngjs; that is the way other people have to do business, and I don't see as they are any better than tho rest of us. Your's etc. DIVORCES AT ALBANY. Albany. April 0. Pivorce were granted hero tooay by Judge Galloway to a mother ana tier uiiugnter-in-iuw from a father and son. , Mrs. V. J. Mackcy, tho mother, was granted a divorce from J VP. Muckey, ind Mrs. Gladys Mnc.kcy, the daughter- in-law was divorced from Merrill fuckey. t Real art is to make It pny i Shand Pumps Shipped To Alaska For Mining Shipments to Alnska and British Columbia aro being mndo by tho Salem Iron Works of their patented Shand centrifugal pump. This pump is an in vention of George W. Klinnd of tho Na lem Iron Works and its manufacture has becomo an important part of their business. OrderB have lately been received from northern California and southern Oregon where tho pump has been found to be of great service for irrigation. The Alaska and British Columbia ship ments were to be used in placer mining. Lime Treatment in Tuberculosis In the Mj 2.1, lusne of the Journal of tNe Amerlcen Medlml As awlntlon appKarnl fhla nlntrmcnt enncernlnif enlelnm (lime) medica tion In the treatment of pulmonary tuherenloHln (consumption) i "Under the HyNtemntlr( continued and persistent rriclme of calcium MMimllntlon, Vnn Ulrsoa has Ncen number of hln patients Improve, un derdo an exudation or pnrdnl con aolldntlon In the tun-, which then re volving would appear to contribute to the walling off nnd elnslna: of the lesions. Hand lu hand with thin eourae of evrntu, the Hputum clcara np of tubercle bacilli, which finally dknppear( and the patients are dls rharaed with healed pulmonary tu brrcuIoalH. Ethical medical Journals seldom speak so positively about a remedial agent, yet this testimony coincides with that from many consumptives who have secured Ilk results through the use of Eckmun's Altera tive. Hlnce cslclum is a constituent of this remedy for pulmonary tubercu losis and allied throat and bronchial affections, rts hcallnir power may in some measure be attributed to the manner in which this element Is so combined with other Ingredients as to b easily asslmilutcd by the aver age person and It does not irritate the stomach. Uckman's Alterative contains no oplal'ea, narcotics or hablt-formlnfc druRs, so It Is safe to try. If your flniKKlBt Is out of It, ask him to order, or send direct to KrkMi Laboratory, Philadelphia. CAMrua NOTES. Dean Allien announced in chapel this morning thut a communication had been received from Dr. Doaey, presi dent elect of Willamette, that he would nrrive in Portland either Thursday or Pridny of this week. It is not known exactly just what dny he will arrive in Salem but pvrhaps Saturday, he will re main long enough to become acquainted Mlth the faculty and the methods pur sued here. 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