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Tp. THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURN'AL. SALEM. OREGON, MONDAY, APRIL 9. 1917. j.
: 1 nn Youe Grocer IS RELIABLE He wants to hold your trade and tries to he knows m He is always ready to recommend KG Baking Powder -Ask him 3f. r Aim xzohpsoh Mr. and Mr. Walter C Winilow en tertained Urge number of their mar ried friends Tuesday night, with line rty at the Oregoo theatre, followed by a delightful iunrh at their residence An array of golden hued daffodils and shaded candle adorned the table t wbirh Mrs. Elmo 8. White cut the ire and Mrs. Frederick H. Thompson poored. During the evening Alfred A. Schramm sang several vocal solos. The party for the most part was made up of the members of the Ra . jAeterian club and their husbands and included Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Schramm, Dr. and Mrs. T. H. Thomp aon, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo 3. White, Dr. ad Mrs. Floyd Utter, Mr. and Mrs. Cny Smith, lit. and Mrs. Boy Shields, Mr. and Mrs. Jamea iieltzel. Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Rates, Mr. and Mrs. M. Unroll, Mr. and Mrs. Kav Smith, Dr. and Mrs. John F,rans, Mr and Mrs. A. A. Siewert, Dr. and Mrs. B. W. Walton, Mr. and Mrs. Otto WU sos, Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Darby, Mr. nd Sim. II. Beeves, Dr. and Mrs. (Jrover Bollinger. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson and Mrs. Clyde JNclaon of -v ASK FOR And GET iKIorlicEi's , The Original Exalted Exilic ; Substitutes Cost YOU Sam Price. In spite of the present abnormal market conditions and shortage of Dress Goods, we are able to offer to the trade a collection of these fabrics second to none in this section. New Silks Never before in our his tory have we been able to give you such a wonderful vaiiety of all wanted Silks from which to make your selections. In our assort ment there is something for every interested pat ronfor Suits, Dresses, Separate Skirts or Waists. Let one of our experi enced salespeople assist you in selecting and plan ning your Spring and Summer Wearing Apparel NEW VELOUR COATINGS JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS COLORS: CITRON, OLD ROSE, CHARTREUSE Other Novelty Plaid and Striped Velours in stock. These require no lining and make very attractive coats. sell you brands you will like. Los Angeles, who is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Winslow. Miss Leila Parker wb has been the houite guest of the R. K. Lee Steiner family for a week or so, returned to her home in Seattle Friday. Miss Park er and Mia Rita Steiner were class- mates at the University of Washing ton and both are members of the Kap pa Kappa Uamma sorority. Mrs. Adolph A. Engelbart had about a dozen friends to her home at 156 iorth Twelfth street for an informal afternoon of sewing on Friday. The members of the K. L. 8. club and one or two guests enjoyed the af ternoon which was closed with dainty refreshments. The honor guests were Mrs. Glosher and Mrs. P. M. Pio. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Orier had as their Faster guests, Mrs. Grier'a broth er and sister, Harry Packard of Port land and Mrs. T. J. Shepherd of Ore gon City. In celebration of the twenty fourth anniversary of their wedding Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Martin entertained in formal? several davs ago. at their home, 1145 Saginaw street. Their gueHts were lor the most part the members of the Three Link Needle club and their husbands. A delicious, buffet lunch rounded out a delightful evening. Additional guests were Mrs. J. X. Groshong of Ucrvais, Mrs. Lee Atehe- son, Mrs. Maude Armstrong and Miss Anne Groshong. Wool Dress Goods Unusual showing of beau tiful Wool Dress Goods in Plcids, Stripes and New Spring Shades. Our fab rics are much under the market in price. It will benefit you to investigate our present stock of Broadcloths, Poplins, Gabardines, French Serg es, Men's Wear Serges, md Novelties Also Wool Jersey and Mohair Cloths. rx MX 'y A large number of matrons and maids gathered at the Y. W. C. A. this afternoon to attend the first of a aer ie of teas to be given by the associa tion during the Y. W. C. A. financial campaign, which will be in full awing all week. snout prominent society matrons will have charge of these teas each day and will be assisted by other maids and matrons. Mrs. George F. Rodgera sad charge of today 'a affair and was assisted by Mrs. William II. Lytle, Miss Pauline Dick and Miss Margaret Rodgera.. The Ladies Aid society of the Engle- flUSTEROLE QUICK RELIEF! HO BLISTER! It Soothes and Relieves Like a Mustard Plaster Without the Burn or Sting Musterole is a clean, white ointment, made with the oil of mustard. It does all the work of the old-fashioned mustard plaster does it better and does not blis ter. You do not have to bother with a cloth. You simply rub it on and usually the pain is gone ! Many doctors and nurses use Muster ole and recommend it to their patients. They will gladly tell you what relief it gives from sore throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often pre vents pneumonia). Late Arrivals Just arrivedNew Tus saks Sports Silk, New Silk and Wool Poplin Novel ties, New Georgette Crepes, New Taffetas, New Crepes de Chine, New Crepe Chiffons, New Printed Chiffons and New Jersey Silks. A splen did showing; far beyond your expectations. Visit us before purchasing and thereby avoid the disap pointment caused by see ing what you desired after having made your selec-" tion. JERAL OEM MAY OMPMA BeEeved On Border Motc ment Has Begun to Slake Obregon President El Paso, Texas, April 9. The begin ning of a movement against Carrania in favor of General Obreron, the first chief 'a war minister, is believed here to be the next development, following the mobilization of federal troops at Juarez. . Murguia, known as a supporter of Ob- regon, is today reported as planning a junction of his forces with the 6.000 troops under A mare, bow moving north ward into Chihuahua City. It is also reported that Murguia is preparing to strengthen hit own forces, encamped at Juarez, by the addition of Ubregon sup porters in bonora. Ubregon still la in .Mexico uity. The 4,000 troops under Murguia are encamped under the artillery of Uni ted States troops serosa the border. Guna were ordered trained as a precau tionary measure, view of the presence of such large numbers of Mexican troops in Juarez. Xo indication of a move hostile to the United States is apparent, however, in the Mexican camp today. Situation Serious. El Paso, Teias, April 9. Government recognition of the seriousness of the Mexican situation today took the form of a censorship instituted at local tele graph offices to censor all messages between Mexico and the United states. The censorship is under the direction of the navy department. Troops Leare Juarez- Kl Paso, Texas, April 9. Four train loads of Murguia 'a troops, commanded by the Carranzista general in person, suddenly left Juarez for Casag Grandes today. No explanation is given for this latest of numerous troop movements aeross the border in northern Mexieo. BRYAN LOYAL TO COUNTRY Alba-, Ga., April 9. "Gladly would I have given my life to save mj country from war, but now that my country has gone to war, gladly will I give my life to am u." This declaration was made by Will iani J. Bryan, prefaced in a lecture that he delivered here Saturday night. wood United Brethren church will meet on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. B. Richmond, 1430 North Fourth street. The afternoon will be devoted to quilting for the hostess. Miss Blanche Lucas of Eugene is visiting relatives Jrt iSalem and will be here for about a w.eek. During her stay itiiKs L.ucus win t? mo nouse gucsi oi Mr. and Mrs. G. W; Lucas of 597 North Twenty-first Btreet, and Mr. and Mrs. S. i . Lucas. At St. Joseph's hall a benefit mus ical programme and entertainment will be given by the women of the church on Wednesday night. Saturday nfternoon Miss Lena Dot son entertaiued the younger pupils of her music class with an Easter party at her home, 1009 Union- street. The afternoon was pleasantly spent playing games and an impromptu mus ical programme, each guest giving a selection. Later the party closed with dainty refreshments. The guests were: Kloisc Wright. Francis Harlan, Lucille Anderson, Max Hartley, Louise Xuun, Harriett Patter son, Viola Hoover, Genard Gleason, Caxiuelitu Gleason, Maxville Edwards. Cecil Edwards, Erma Boughev, Robert Littler, Marian Roberts, Loyal Gray and Mnble Dot son. William Fleming Byars of Golden- dale. Washington, who has been visit ing his parents, General and Mrs. W. H. Byars, for a few days, returned home vesterdav. Mrs. Alice A. Miles of 1106 Leslie street has gone to Silverton to pass the week. IN FIVE MINUTES "Pape's Diapepsin" Makes Sick, Sour, Gassy Stomachs Feel Fine Time it! In five minutes your sour, acid stomach feels fine. No indigestion, heartburn, or belching of gas, or eruc tations of undigested food, no dizzi ness, bloating, foul breath or head ache. j Pape's Piapepsin is noted for its speed in sweetening upeet stomaens. it or ine measles, was eiecieu vice pres is the surest quickest and most certain j ident. stomach antacid in the whole world and! Several new members have been add besides, it is harmless. ed to the roll, among them are Arlie ' Millions of men and women now eat (Walker, Oscar Olson and Harold Dim jtheir favorite foods without fear jiek. 'they know Pape's Diapepsin will save! jtheiu from such misery. -I Tonight in the chapel Professor W. Please, four your aake, get a large j t. Kirk, or tnc ancient language ae fifty cent ease of Pape's Piapepsin -partment, will deliver his faculty lec from any drug store and put your! hire. His subieet will be "The prae stomaeh " right, uon't keep on being'tical idealist. Xo admission will be miserable life is too short you are charged, the general public is cordial- uot here long, so make your stay agree - able, hat what vou like and enioy it, ! without dread of acid fermentation in the stomach. Pape's Piapepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should one of the fam ily eat something which don't agree with them, or in case of an attack of indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or stomach derangements due to fermen tation and acidity, at daytime or dur ing the night, it is haady to give the quickest, surest relief known. Charlie Perm Manufacturing Ex- mm j pert of Tbe Aaaeri k rilr?- "The natural tobacco flavor of PENN b ZSZfiEL i THICK with any other plug tobacco you ever chewed. You 11 find PENN'S ' , THICK the best ever because you're chewing real tobacco." D3nE3 Notice ! University Notes President Pennington's address, "foreign missions the work of all Christians," given at the First Pres hyterian church last night rinsed a!"cm County Cow Testing Asso., ro very sm-cessful ministry mis-ion con-jdueed 27.46 lbs. of buttert'at for a per- fercuee- Willamette was host to tho;iod of 30 days in March, as compared 100 delegates from the other colleges with an average production of il.10 of the s:ate dnring the three days con-; lbs. of fat for the ame number of days terence beginning iriday evening with the conference dinner at the Spa. President Pennington presented the work of christianizing the world as the substitute for war. Jt is the most dif - ricuu jod mat a nation or an ine vnns-(cost .n.su to Iced tnc average cow m tion nations can undertake. But its March- . realization depends on the cooperation! This is the second month of the new ot all christian lands. Jf the nationsiyear a work and the better showing, u-mi A .ntiir intn tl-ti. wnrL irhnln hnart. t n .. it .I.,., would enter into this work whole heart edly it would be impossible for them to hate and envy one another, hence the end of the war. When the program for the confer ence was made out Professor Coleman of Reed College was scheduled to speak on "Tie European war and;fat per cow was only beaten bv F. A. world evangelization," Saturday night Doerfler's herd of recistercd Jersevs but the recent action of the United States caused the word world to be substituted for European In answer to the omnipotence of God the speaker presented two prob able answers: God rules the world, but ho rules a world not all good, but sin ful. Secondly, God is not almighty, but is becoming almighty. Although the Commons boarding cliibieow, going onto pasture in good condi- suftered the. loss of nearly half its members, due to the enlistment in com pany M, it is still doing business on a solid basis. Since most of the officers were' among those who left, a special elec tion was necessary Leigh Douglas, a senior, was the choice for president. Warren Slabaugh will net as treas urer, and Horace Rahnkopf was select- !cd as secretary. Harold Emmel, who is 'at present suffering from an attack , ly invited- to a tend- Pean Geo. II. Alden was confined to his bed all last week with a severe at tack of the grip. It is hoped by his hist ory students that he will be with them again. Recruiting for the Oregon national guard has not ceased to draw from the student body. Karl Chysler. a sen ior and reeent proprietor of the Var sity Book store, signed up for service .cv OiailiePeiiii Chewing Tobacco Made only from full-length strips of rich, ripe, perfect leaves of Kentucky white burley tobacco. Every leaf perfect. "It's as mellow as a June apple and as sweet as a nnt." TRY A 10c CUT TODAY - Guaranteed lf'Penn's Thick flow not satisfy you in everj way. return H to any dealer. Hei hereby authorized to refund y,the full purchase price, If your dealer does not carry Perm's Thick send ten cents (10c) in stamps and give us the name of your dealer, and we will send you a 10c cut and a leather pouch in which to carry it. Tobacco Company of California, No . IS. Park, San Francisco. ! March Cows Test Makes Good Showing The average cow tested in the Ma- in the proceeding month. With no pns- jture but higher grain costs and a lower1. j buttert'at price by 1 pent," the average! irirofit per cow was $4.73 or 8 cents jmorc than in the proceeding mouth. It "ant- iiui a iiiiiti-u muruac, n in huk ma unci to enlist causeti several yuung to better feeding and the culling out of , meu of this city to enlist in the army poor cows. A single well fed Jersey j m cow was sold to the butcher for $70. Use Journal classified ads H. L. Harper of this vicinity, is do- ing big things on a small scale. His : fti,t the mouev bv special messenger neru average prouueuon oi i-i. ids. oi jon official test, averaging 4S.1 lbs. of ' fat per cow in 30 davs. The high cow is owned by Warren Gray of Jefferson. His registered Jer sey "Bobby's Fanny Queen," produc ing 1220 pounds of milk and 70.3 lbs. of fat. Regardless of high prices, there has been little profit for the ordinary eow the past few months, but the well fed tion, will return a handsome profit, while the poor cow is gaining bodily strength. Turner Tribune. SILVERTON AIDS SOLDIERS Several business men of Silverton reached down in their pockets Thursday and in a very short time made up a purse of $110' for the soldier boys and in company M Saturday. He expects to leave for the camp today. Leslie Bailey, a sophomore and Kimball col lege student, has joined one of the Eugene companies. Merril Ohling and Frank Grosvcnor have signified their intention of joining. .ttisuraamui mm Rheumatism in its early sUges may delude you into beite!ni! lhat it is a disease of a purely local and Urapo lary nature. Beyond a .ight numb ness of the itinbs and pains in the joints or back thcra may be eo wit ward indications of it, but if joi to luir. hiMl thee warr.i&p. rr :f vo-1 rely upon liniments to care you. it will grow rapidly worse until you licve Rheumatism in its most violent form. These fymrtoms, mild in the begiii- mg suit fr-winc steadily wore indi jov.7 blood is impregnated 5i V . Centenarian Offers Services to Nation .Jacksonville, 1'la., April 8. The first centenarian to offer his services to his country is Major Kdward James Mon roe, only surviving sun of President James Monroe, who tit 101 years of ajje, today applied at the local recruiting sta tion in this tity and asked to be taken into the service of the L'niled States in some capacity during the war with Germauv. He served the United States m botn tne .Mexican and iivii wars, ami gave three sons to his country. The mn- jor is still as active as a man one-tlmd i his age ami is as straight as an arrow. : it:.. .. . .. 1.. i ... .1 . i to Woodburn where it was turned uvcr to the boys in a $5 gold piece e-aeh. A letter from J- M. Poonitan, president of the Bank of Woodburn to F. K. Callis ter, cashier of the Coolidge and Mc Claine bank, expresses the sentiment of Woodburn in regards to the act. Ap peal. NOTICE Xotice is horebv civen that 1 have impounded the 'following described dos in compliance with ordinance Xo. 1104, towit: One male spaniel, white and brown spotted, weight 2S pounds; one female mongrel, weight 30 pounds; two Ifemalo. fox terrioir white and brown spotted, weight lo pounds each; one small male spitz, weight 20 pounds one male hound pup, black with white spots, weight Hi pounds; one old male mongrel, brown, weight. 2.' ptmmls; one female fox terrier,, white with black and brown spots, weight l-" pounds; one male brown with white spots, weight. 20 pounds. The above dogs will be killed if not redeemed by owners on or before April 14, 1917. ui provided by said ordinance. W. S. LOW, Street Commissioner. April 13. t mrp$ En His Bud with Uric Acid, which, if not eradi-( cated, will contaminate your er.tira system. The results will be racking pains in the joints, muscles and limbs chronic stcmadi troubles ,and a slug gish liver. . The or.'? relief is in the restoration of the blond to vi normal, vigorou el , condition, which can be accompli?? by aliinfr S. S. S., the unfailing re medv fnr rheumatic troubles. Ou Medical Department is at the disposal of all users of S. S. S. Swift Specitif i Co, 30-" Swift Building, Atlanta, Gi