THF DAILY CAPITAL JOURN'AL, SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY, MAR. 27, 1917.
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the Klks' noiree to be given to
night for the "ladies' at tbeir
rlub bouse, .
The affair will be informal and the
fruests will include the mothers, wives.
Maters, daughter and invited friends
of the members.
A variety of delightful features will
make the function gala and from indi
cations it will eclipse all previous af
fairs of a similar kind.
Fancy and ball room dancing by the
Harold Grady Portland's popular
daaerrs. will call forth interest among
the many society folk planning to at
tend the entertainment.
. Other numbers equally as attractive
in the programme include address,
Uiois Lachmund; selections, Indian
string quartet; vocal solo, "Kird of
the Wilderness" (Horseman), Mrs.
Bobert McKinnie Hofer; entertainer,
Minn Marganjt Kgbert of Portland;
vocal solo, "Spring's Awakening"
(Sanderson) Mrs. Charles Maxwell; ac
companist, Mrs. William Henry Kurg
Mis Helen Pearce who has been
teaching in the high school at Albany
for the past three weeks as a substi
tute for Miss Aurclia Burch, returned
to Balem Saturday.
During her stay in Albany Miss
See how quickly COTTO
LENE crearjis . with vyour
Notice that you use one-third
less shortening when you us
See how nicely
Note the crispness of the
Notice the lightness of the
when you break them open.
Test 6 ; .,
Now compare the flavor of
your COTTOLENE bis
cuits with the flavor of bis
cuits made with butter.
Compare the price of whole
some COTTOLENE with
the price of butter.
the guest of Mrs. T. .
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Griffith and
young daughter have returned from a
few days visit in Head, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs; Roy Burton were hosts
for a charming dinner party Hunday
evening, in celebration of the fifteenth
anniversary of their wedding.
An artistic arrangement of yellow
toned spring blossoms and greens deck
ed the prettily appointed table around
which covers were placed for s 01
their married friends. It being Mr. and
Mrs. Hurton 'a crystal anniversary they
were the recipients of a handsome
piece of cut glass the gift of their
The guests included: Mr. snd Mrs.
David W. Kyre, Mr. and Mrs. James
Chinnock, Mr. and Mrs. William Wal
ton, Mr. and Mrs. William McGilehrist
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Harding, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Galloway, Mr. and
Mrs. Craijr Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Bonnell, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Siecke and
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Webb.
The members of Chemeketa Chapter
of the Daughters of the American Rev
olution, gathered at the home of Mrs.
U. O. Shipley for their March meeting
ou Saturday afternoon.
A large number of members attended
the meeting and preliminary plans
were made for forming a society of the
Children of the u, A. B.
During the afternoon Miss Edith
Benedict, secretary of the chapter,
gave an interesting report of the re
cent state conference held in Eugene,
and Mrs. C. 0. Clark, state correspond
ing secretary, wn officially recogniz
ed and welcomed.
The following resolutions also wero
unanimously adopted at the meeting:
"Chemeketa Chapter of the Daughters-
of the American Revolution, in
regular session assembled, March '24,
hereby promulgate tho following res
"Be it hereby resolved, that wo en
dorse the efforts of the president of
the United States to keep our loved
country from devastation of war in nil
its murderous forms;
"That we heartily approve of nli
necessary efforts for preparedness for
"That we encourage the recruiting
of Company M to its full quota;
"That wo pledgo our heads, our
hearts, our hands in defense of the
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XMow is the l lmc to
Sweet Peas, Pansiea an J all
Morse's other Grand Prize
Da tafct MtA tlut tr "jus aw
On SiU hf TI Leading D alert
If yur dstlcr dot aot carry Hwn'i
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Yr arder will ka tremftljr tttnuU4 to.
C. C. MORSE 8 CO.
Seedsmen San Francisco
HA JUANA CAMP
Urges EnKstaeni and Points
Out Benefits of Military
Rev. James Klvin. pastor of the
First Congregational ehureb, address
ed the special patriotic meeting of the
members of the Tie, Juana Camp No.
1, Mexican Border Service Veterans,
held last night in the armory. At this
meeting, which was scheduled aa part
of the "Patriotic Week" program,
there was a good attendance and res
olutions endorsing company M and urg
ing enlistments were presented. The
following are the resolutions adopted:
"Whereas, our country is facing a
crisis unparalleled in its history, and
"Wbereaa, the president has found
it necessary to mobilize the national
guard of the United States, and
"Whereas, Governor Withy-combe of
the state of Oregon has set apart the
week beginning March 25, inn, for
the purpose of determining our mili
tary and naval status, and for the pur
pose of organizing and assisting in the
preparation for any possible contin
gency that may arise, and
State House Hews
la reply to a query from J. H. Col
Una, superintendent of schools at Wood
born, whether high school students en
listing in the National Guard eould re
ceive full credit for their semester's
work, Mate Superintendent of Public
Instruction Churchill yesterday after
noon called meeting of the state board
of education with the result that it was
reconimeaded to all high schools of the
state to give full credit for the work.
The only string attached was to the ef
fect that if the .National Uuard snouw
te relieved of duty before the end of
the term in June the students should
return to their classes. This recommen
dation is believed to solve the problem
of enlistment for a number of high
school students all over the state, as
well as in Woodburn.
Relative to information concerning
the six million dollar bonding issue, the
Coos county court has asked a confer
ence on April 7 with the state highway
commission in Portland. The request
is made by County Judge Hall, of
Specifications for the $60,000 receiv
ing ward for the Oregon state hospital
were adopted yesterday afternoon by
VWJ ... xl.rWrl. ?nlm he state board of control after a
If.8"' a??rv..C! .LS"l0..m lengthy session. Tho attorney general
day afternoon at the residence of Mrs.
Francis B. Southwick, 1079 Marion
A number of little girls revelad at
the merry birthday party given yes
terday afternoon for little Marvell El
inor Edwards, at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Edwards, 1134
A mery gathering of youngsters as
sembled for an afternoon of frolic and
later the party closed with delicious
Those asked for the party were Hel
en and Mary Magers, Lillian Greene,
Mary Lewis,' Louise Nunn, Velma Hunt
Myrtelee Shipp, Virginia Shannon,
Dorothea Bangs, Louise Shafer, Cecil
Edwards, Helen Race and Mrs. Emily
Mrs. Adam Frohmandor lias return
ed homo after a weeks visit to Mrs.
W. O. Gchrke at her suburban home
"Walnut Cottage" noar Eola.
Miss- Neta osper was tho inspira
tion for a happy surprise party Thurs
day night, when a group of her friends
gathered at the home of M. and Mrs.
E. D. Gosper, 280 North Eighteenth
street, to celebrate the anniversary of
The evening was made merry with
gomes and later refreshments were ser
ved. Those enjoying the gnycties were
Miss Freda MeKarland, Miss Esther
Canficld, Miss Leila Cookenhani, Miss
Mabel Canfield, Miss Marion Steiwer,
Miss Grace Wells Miss Marie Sten
strom, Miss Alma Canfieid, Miss Grace
Wei born, Miss Rita Claggett and Miss
The charter members of the Womans
Relief Corps will entertain nil of the
other members of tho corps on Thurs-
The marriage of Miss Lillie Louise
Domotralla to Oiin C. Watkins took
union from foes without and foes with- place yesterday afternoon at 4 o'cloek
at tha Homo ot tno Dnue'S rarenis,
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Dmogalla, 253
North Thirteenth street.
Rev. F. T. Porter officiated and the
ceremony was attended only by rela
tives and a few closo Iriencls.
The bride wore a pretty gown of
white silk erce over messaline and
carried a bouquet of whito roses.
All about tho rooms were artistic
baskets of yellow spring flowers. An
attractive foil for the bridal party was
an arch shaped arrangement of grace
The, eeiemnnv was followed by a
sminer and Mr. and Mrs. Watkins left
for a short honeymoon in Portland.
Upon their rutiirn they will be at home
to tneir menus at z-i.) ivijers sireei,
The Eugene chamber of commerce
at, its regular monthly meeting last
night voted to change the name of the
count v, on account of Senator Harry
Lane's course in the senate.
At Your Elbow
The value and convenience of telephone service in
the conduct of local business can be extended to include
practically every city and town on the Pacific Coast.
There's a sales possibility wherever the telephone
voice can reach, and the telephone affords a method of
introduction commanding instant attention.
"Long distance" is prompt, inexpensive
and satisfactory, i
THE PACIFIC TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
has exercised his authority to the same
end, and j
"Whereas, various organizations of
Salem are lending their best efforts to
ward the purposes aforesaid, therefore
be it i
"Resolved, that we, the members of
Tia Juana Camp No. 1, department of
Oregon, Mexican border veterans, do
hereby endorse the efforts now being
made to this end and do hereby com
mend the action, of our comrades now
re-enlisting in the service of our conn-
try, Biid do urge all others who possibly
can to take advantage of this excellent
opportunity to secure the military
training necessary to the end that a
large army of trained men may be
available "at the earliest possible mo
ment, and bo it further.
"Resolved, that we pledge our hear
ty cooperation to the end that Salem
and the state of Oregon do everything
in their power to assist in tnis patri
otic movement with the result that any
eneinv will find us prepared to defend
the rich heritage of our fathers, and
be it further
"Resolved, that a copy of these res
olutioiis be spread upon our minutes
and a copy of these resolutions turn
ished tho chairman of the general com
mittee in charge of the activities of
this patriotic week.''
Getting Too Fat?
Try This Reduce
Peonla who won 't grow too fat arc
the fortunate exception. But it you
find the fat accumulating or already
cumbersome, you will be wis to fol
low this suggestion -hieh is endorsed
by thousands ot people wno Know, ask
your druggist (or if you prefer write to
the Maimola Uo., ao-t wooawaro ave.;
Detroit, Mich.) for a large ease of
Marmola Prescription Tablets. 75c is
the nriee the world over. By doing this
you will be safe from harmful drugs
and bo able to reduce two, rjiree or
four pounds a week without dieting or
Deep snows have driven the deer
from the Blue Mountains to the foot
hills around Union, seventy two were
counted in one herd. Many other small
er herds are reported, and all are being
protected by the ranchmen.
WILL POUR MONEY
(Continued from page one.)
lengthy session. The attorney genera
was instructed to prepare a contract to
be signed by Edgar M. Lazarus, the
architect, who will draw the plans and
have charge of the work. On recommen
dation of Superintendent sterner, the
new ward will have more rooms than
the other ou account of it being intend
ed especially for male patients, of
whom there are a greater number re
ceived than female patients. A bill for
photographs taken by Architect Lazar
us in the sum of $2(5 was denied by the
It has taken the season by storm. VELOUR
CLOTH is such a splendid, handsome and service
able fabric and so suited to many uses I
Fortunately, we forsaw the
ascendency of Velour Cloth
garments and stocked up
generously in them.
We have them in many eye
taking shades, such as
Rooky, Apple-Green, Golden-Tan,
Amber and other
serviceable new light shades
which we recommend to
your notice when you pay
us your first Spring call.
Liberty Street, Salem t
Only three application for loans from
the rural credits fund have been re
ceived by the state land board, which
small number has in a measure astonish
ed them, because it was expected there
would be a great rush ot farmers to get
these loans. Application blanks, and in
structions were sent out a week ago
but only the three replies have been re
ceived. Shortly after the credits bill
was passed by the legislature, the board
was deluged with letters at the rate of
20 or 30 a day from farmers making
applications- It is believed one of the
reasons for the lack of applications is
that the farmers have been able to se
cure loans at lower rates than formerly
mainly because of the act. It is also
believed that it is possible the land
board attorneys have not yet had time
to acquaint the farmers with the fact
that the loans are available.
Governor Withycombe Saturday ap
pointed the board of seven members
which is to report to the 1919 session
of the legislature what tate boards can
be eliminated or merged. The person
nel of the commission is: A. J. Johnson,
Corvallis: T. J. Scrogeius, La Grande;
John H. Carkin, Mcdford; Austin E.
Buxton, Forest Grove; Frank Patten,
Astoria: Herman Van Borstel, Portland,
and Charles Rudeen, Portland. These
men are to investigate the problem of
what state institutions can be merged
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making any impression upon the finan
cial situation in this country and at the
same time carry on our own war meas
"To put the immediately available
amount into lound figures I believe we
could spare five billions without notic
ing it seriously.
"That amount would be only 2 1-2
per cent of our resources.
"And I believe that sum as a loan
to the allies would be sufficient to end
the war under the present conditions,
Consider that it is one-fourth of tho en
tiro war debt of England at this time.
With that in mind it can. be readily
seen that it would throw the balance
in favor of the allies and bring peace.
"In banking circles a loan of that
size, in view of the present state of af
fairs is looked upon as 'peace insur
ance.' "Before many years it will save us
five times that amount. With gold flow
ing into this country unceasingly for
the past two years we have become the
bankers of the world. It is fairly im
possible to comprehend the power of the
gold piled up in this city.
"In it lies the power to end the war
With talk of huge loans in the air the
banking houses are already mobilizing
their resources in preparation to un
loose the power of money in case the
In banking circles it is said an almost
unlimited credit to the allies for ships,,
munitions, foodstuffs would be the form
Commissioner Miller, of the public
service com mission, is in bugene today
to attend .the funeral of his wife's
brother, Dr. John Gray, who died there
a few days ago. The rest of the com
missioners are in Portland hearing
cases, and consequently the office has
a deserted appearance.
THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children, a certain relief for feverish
ness, headache, bad stomach, teething
disorders, move and regulate the bow
els and destroy worms. They frequent
ly break up colds in 2-1 hours. Tbcy are
so pleasant to the taste children like
them. Over 10,000 testimonials. Used
bv mothers for 29 years. They never
fail. Sold by all druggists, 25c. Sample
mailed free'. Address Mother Gray Co.,
Le Roy, N. Y.
Germans Have Wireless
to Sooth America
By Cliailes P. Stewart
(United Press staff correspondent)
Buenos Aires, Mar. 27. Germany
apparently has achieved wireless ser
vice from South America to Berlin,
presumably by way of Colombia and
Announcement was made today by
G. L. Ingunfelder, manager of the
Banco Aloman Arans-Atlantic company
that "wireless transmission of drafts
to Germany would soon liegin."
He did not specify by which route
the service would be routed but in
view of the attitude of the Colombian
and Mexican governments and fro-
ouent reports as to the activity of Ger
mans in those countries in wireless
work, it is assumed transmission wil
through high powered stations Acre.
cign minister, was exiled several years
ago to Sofia, he won Bulgarian 'friend
ship. Later, whej he was permitted to
return, he declared in a speech in the
duma that Bulgaria had been unfairly
treated in the Balkan war settlement.
Milukoff's selection as foreign min
ister may open tho way to definite ne
gotiations alcng the lines indicated,
with both Bulgaria and Turkey.
The war council, which includes as its
members tho ministers of foreign af-
tairs, war, navy "and finance, met today
to consider the best means of reorganiz
ing the high command of the army and
navy on the principle of its subordina
tion to the ministry-
A wire report from Sheridan by the
Vamhill Electrical company to the pub
lic service commission this morning -et
7:30 o'clock stated that a man at WU
lamina had been electrocuted. The ac
cident occurred on tho Yamhill line. A
wire got loose from the pole arm and
the man took hold of it while standing
on the ground. He was killed instantly.
The Newport Mining company filed
articles of incorporation this morning
with a capital of $50,000 for the pur
pose of prospecting for and develping
mining porptnties. The incorporator:!
are B. F. Durall, B. M. Armitage and
Will Greene. The office is at Newport,
The report of the Turner Telephone
company to the public service commis
sion states that the operating revenue
amounted to $858.91 during the past
year and the operating expenses
,T. A. Elliott, roadmaster for Wasco
county, who was recently appointed by
the state highway commission to look
after highway matters in Hood River
county, was in Salem today getting in
structions and surveys made by him
self last year relative to the work to
be done on the Columbia highway. His
home is at The Palles. He was in con
ference with the state engineer this
In behalf of the Uniform Tax C las
sification amendment an affirmative
argument was filed by Fred J. Mulkey,
A. L. Vcazie, Richard V. Montague.
Wm. L. Brewster, Robert H. Strong,
! Henry E. Reed, Charles V. Galloway
land others. The argument gives a his-!
ment that foreign reservists, tempo
rary residents in this country, are in
cluded in his statement.
The statement was made in response
to persistent reports that the war de
partment had been negotiating for the
acquisition of land tracts for use as
alien internment camps in the event
In disclaiming the plan Baker said:
"The situation in America is such
that everybody whose conduct is obe
dient to our laws is perfectly safe from
molestation. The hospitaliay of our
country extends to oil aliens who behave."
Use "Gets-It," Lift
Corn Right Off
Shrivels," Loosens and It's Gone!
"Just like taking the lid off that's
how easy you can lift a corn off your
toe after it. has been treated with the
wonderful discovery 'GeVs-lt.' " Hunt
the wido world pver and you '11 find
nothing so magic, simple nd easy ns
NEW RUSSIA MAY
(Continued from page one.)
;2if'T I Stop I'min
i I ) V'Gihh"
"Gcts-It. " You folks who have wrap
ped your toes in bandages to look like
bundles, who have used salves and turn
ed your toes raw and sore, and used
plasters that would shift from their
places and never "get" the corn, and
who have- dug and picked at your corns
with knives and scissors find perhaps
made them bleed just quit these old
and painful ways and try "Gets-lt"
just once. You put 2 or 3 drops on, and
it dries at once. There's nothing to
stick, You can put your shoe and stock
ing right on again. The pain is all gone.
Then tke corn dies a painless, shriveling
death, it loosens from your toe, and on:
emphatically with President Wilson's
dictum as to free outlets to the sea and
with his plan for neutralization of such
outlets. His friends, however, said Kon
eskv's plans went farther than this and
contemplated retention of the Dardanel- j jt comes. "Gets-lt" it the biggest sell
tea ana Constantinople oy xne mrns. -,ng corn remedy in the world today.
Second of the moves was a series of: There's none other as good,
possible negotiations with the Bulgars "Gcts-It" is sold by druggists every
reported in prospect today. Bulgaria's! where, 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt,
people are closer than any others to Rus-jot' price' by E. Lawrence & Co., Chiea
sia: more sympathetic with their aims 1 go. 111.
and, it is believed, they will be more
sympathetic now that the reign of the
Romanoffs is ended.
When Professor Miluknff. now for-
Sold in Salem and recommended as
the world's best corn remedy by .1.
Perry, IX J. Fry, Opera House Pharmacy.
Painless Parker -Outlaw
of such a loon. The money would re-tor3r or ,on 1,1 Oregon, tne tauits
main phvsicallv in thig country. lot' tho property tax and indi-l
T m , (cations of the downfall of the proper-1
ty tax. It urges the taxpayers to get i
Tt,a vro,t;;.. "i..
is one of the world's
F . oldest institutions.
and, as I have al-
I HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATARRH OR A COLD
T Says Cream Applied in Nostrils
X Opens Air Passages Right Up.
; rid of the old system and points
I An affirmative argument for the
construction of a new penitentiary to
'cost $400,000 was submitted by Charles
!ir l .-..-...':, . .
The warden outlines the need of a new
institution and shows that modern pub-
i:,. tltnufrltt in.iul. ttint nri.nnn.a hi,
i lv J
man, sacred, set apart and immune from
ordinary people, but his lino of bluff
was no different than that of the witch
ctaft doctor on the Congo. The snnie.
thing in the South Sea islands. In
ready stated, he is: Thibet among the Llamas, in the mmi
still with us, ul- histories of China, in the ridiculous dens
though he may wear'i.r the Oriental herb-doctors they all
stovepipe hat, frock Med the ignorant on buncombe and kept -coat
and spectacles, 'them ignorant with the explanation' that
or mortar-board andjtliey could not understand even if. they
gown, or wig and! were told.
woolsack, or cassock- The world liasnH jogged along very
and rear -buttoned far when we can see the Medicine Man.
ollar. ifci'ilty of the same tactics in what we
HftW mnnv tlin,,. ,r l.twwl I ,v ilitrhteml
sands of years ago! Twentieth Centurv.
prison is to be retained it will have to
No Aliens Disturbed
If Laws Are Obeyed
the original Mcdi-I Ston 'for a. minute anil ask vouiself if
given better treatment and care than '.cine Man exited, nobody knows, but, 'your dentist or your doctor or your lnw
formerly. He states that if the old with the dawn of hi-siory, in every coun- i vtr or even vour minister, mav it please.
. . . L : I u :n 1 a J 1.:... . . . 1 v . - .... ' . J . 1 . , .
i..,, vie nun nun siiung in a piace or um, does verv differently than ins
power, saturated with mystery, holding piedeceasor of the darkest ages of ignor
himself aloof from the vulgar herd, snr-'ri'ce and s;iperstUiton. Can you get
rounding himself with an atmosphere" these modern "cthicals"-to be frank
of awe, dressing the part, from top-! with von? Don't they naturally leap
knot to tail-feathers, and folding and toward mvsterv and bluff and " bunk f"
gouging the people without conscience. Do thov 'lar their cards on the table.
,.. ,. -"" T- , , I, Wt1-at 'he Pyramids, he waved tell vou actually what vou want to
Washington, Mar. 2,. The war de-jhis mno. WI. .id oven the Ph amahs know and ar entitled to" know or d
partment announced this afternoon it j trembled. In the heart of Darkest Af-; t! ev keep ui the custom of deceiving
lea mucous membrane and wlie eomes v wo n; w " 7 V w, n .nmm" ': Pzz 1US you-doalmg umier. to
instantlv 1 VI 21 'V " I tt ; inuesmen into I its tvbleJ AU.
HiMtt-uuiii lurjimaiKins. 1 - . -
made himself out u liolyi (To be Continued.)
Instant relief no waiting. Your clog
ged nostrils open right up; the air pas
sages of your head clear and you can
breathe freely. No more hawking, snuf
fing, blowing, headache, dryness. No
struggling for breath at night; your
cold or catarrh disappears.
Get a rmall bottle of Ely's Cream
Halm fiora your druggist now. Apply
a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream in your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every air passage of
a . J , J 1 "
Dpnn. MHiinpa rnp in, inmi nr nwm.i. , . I .
, ' : " V "as 110 pians now lor molesting anyinca ne
Jt s just tine, jion-t stay siunea-up. Sc(.ri,,arv lhxift authorized tho state Hindustan he
with s cola or nasty catarrh.
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