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Tha-CITZSCri STATECilAII. Salexa.' Oreron. Tuesday ilorniny, JaJy 8,' 1SS3
OuvB H. Doax. Socufjr F&or
Of State Wm .l
Oa of the large pienies of the
. tommtr will be that held by the
... court of the. Order of, the Am
i; aranth.' Sunday, July 12, at Ha
- 5el, Green park. ': :tf liJ--'
There" rel six eoutts la Ore-
il gon, Ionie No. , 1. which Is about
v; 29 years: old;, .Willamette court,
Jo, No. X,.t Eugene ;,Mt. Hood No.
rv- X, Portland; ; Sunnyside No." 4,
x , Portland ; Colonial No. S, Port
land r and: Han Rosa No. I. of
'i k"f. Salem.'K.ri;'-Jv '-; '
All six f ,tbea courts will oe
In attendance at the Sunday pic
nic and. 5 wilt' contribute to the
.' program, and games and general
-::. good ,' time which is being antie
' ipated for that day. It la expected
t l; that there will be close to ,10
-U people present for this affair
.' The committee on arrangmenta
from the Salem group la William
, P. Ellis, Jay B. Crary, and J. Bur
ton Crary. 'Just what the puns
f for the day will be haTe not been
tjf- announced as yet.. ,
Is Happy Event
H - SOCIAL CALENDAR : V
rAniOiry to Son of Vetera. ft o'clock, .Wom
aa'a' clubhouse. Report of convention to be 'given -
" J : ; Wednesday, July
Reception for Rev. and Mr. FTC. Taylor, af.W. T.
-Rigdoa bume; S o'clock to 10 o'clock; all members t
First Methodist church and friends are incited to call.
, - Woman's Missionary society," First Presbyterian, '
church, 2:39 o'clock, at church. : .
Woman's Missionary aocletf of First ChrlsUan
church, 2:80 o'clock in the church parlors.. "
Friday, July 11
Daughters of Veterans, S o'clock la Woman's club
house, regular meeting.' .
V Ever Ready Birthday-club; annual picnic at fair
grounds. , -..
Sunday, July IS
Order of Amaranth lodge picnic for six state or
ganisailona, Hasel Green.
.The reunion of former Missouri
; ' residents held at the state fair
; - grounds Sunday was larger than
'". anticipated. Mrs. Jennie Stockton
of Sheridan. Mrs. John Morris of
Lebanon and Mr. J. T. Hunt of
( .West Salem were instrumental In
"', planning the picnic , . . ". -
. A' spontaneous request was
; - made - to . hold . another, meeting
V next , year, and the following, ef-
fleers , were selected: president,
7 E.:W Marland. Salem; rice pres
.l.ident, N. O. Keefhaver, Lebanon;
wlirrJrMinrr i Halt
. Etockton, snerwan; uregon.
; :. The next meeeting will be ad-,
ertiaed by. the officers u i state
reunion or, au former Missounans
now residing anywhere in Oregon
and will probably be held in Sa
lem next June.
Mrs. Louie Olson
Will Tour East
Mrs. Louie Olson plan to leave
' Hubbard T he contest in
which more than 79' Pythians
haTe taken part and which has
continued since February closed
Tuesday night with. Miss Anita
Berens and , her team victorious
over Miss Orra Barrett and her
team. The" score was :-11,710
points for Miss Bereds.and 12,
270 for Miss Barrett,
"Miss Ella' Stauffer Was award
ed the prise offesed by Miss Wil
ma Leffler, most excellent chief,
to the individual . winning the
moat points. Mrs.- Stanf fer had
1 appoints to her credit. . -
r The" points were won . by tern-:
pie dues paid; attendance, visits
to sick, members,- entertainments,
securing visitors . for, the temple
meetings;,end by visiting neigh-'
boring temples. . '
i - The losing side ' will entertain
the winners by a dinner or a picnic.
Mrs. Fred Reeves Will
Leave or France
Silverton Mrs. George Manelis
By LEOLA ALLARD
ATLANTA.- Ga., Jnly T (AFf
.fT:. 9 w - 'i- - - i I tof hither and , yon today, Ut t
SIM I:Ifl IIuiljiKiVU piif
ner -Acting Mayor"- J Allen
Couch freed yesterday, ln. general
Mrs.W; Karl Shafer. aeo Ku- eatebraUon- of Indpndene,. Pay.
genisr Zeiber, U in Salem for two
weeks and is being received: with
both formal and Informal affairs
la her honor. Mrs. Shafer was a
popular bride of last season. Im
mediately fter s her marriage
she accompanied her husband to
San Francisco - where they - have
made their, home. Mr.. Sbafer.
accompanied Mrs.. 8hafer north.
One of the delightful affair
Thus far'.Et of. tho -convicts
granted amnesty- havebeea taken i
into custody again on old charges i
and police hoped toJtave a greater
number back in their cells before
Mayor I. N. Ragsdale was out
of the city -yesterday and Couch,
who is a member of the board of
aldermen, emptied the au ont or
the bigness of his heart. The po-
whieh are Jbeing planned in her H5 departmentd the recorder's
Salem Wednesday for a., five entertained Thursday evening for
weeks tour of the east with the Mrs. Fred. Reeves who left during
.first long . atop to be made fa the - last .of ; the week for New
Cleveland, .Ohio. Other visit will York from where she will sail tor
be made in : Virginia.' Pennsy Franco with other gold star
vanla, and in other eastern states, mothers. ,
Mrs. Olson will be In company Mrs. Reeves' son. Delbort. was
with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Neptune,- killed in action, and It is for him
and Miss Dorfar Neptune. The 8a- that the Silverton" American Le-
lem party will motor to The Dalles I gion - post, . the Delbert Reeve
" The new kind of mother , has
discovered a new way. to shelve
the responsibility of her. offspring,
and save a bit of money too.: She
pnta the kids in one of the new
all-day. kindergartens, pays a nice
sum, and from, the time they can
toddle till they are ready for high
er all-day school, she hardly sees
them. - They go-to kindergarten
at :3 and they arrive home at
6:30 in the evening. -.. : ; v ...
. Of course any maid In a home
can spare a few seconds to wash
the child,- dress her and' stuff in
Some breakfast food ty the time
the bus is ready to tote her oft to
kindergarten. , . And then ' seme-:
one in the home, as long us it .has
to have a child in it, can take the
time to teed it at night and chuck
If Into bed before it 'can become
bothersome with too' many: tues
lona. i ' " - .--.
And does baby com 1 and
wake Mummy up in the morning
and cuddlei ap beside her, and put
her chubby face In her neck? She
honor la the tea -with which Hiss
Rovena Eyre and Miss Charlotte
Zeiber will entertain at the D. W.
Eyre home Friday afternoon be
tween the hours of t and
L o'clock. Sharing, honors at this
tea. with Mrs. Shafer will be Mis
Dorothy -Livesley, whose w ed
ding to W. C. Paulua win be an
event of the early fall.
Miss i Mary Cupper.
Returns From South
Miss Mary Cupper returned
Sunday evening spent In Califor
nia " where she was visiting and
attending the national convention
of the AlphaCbi Omega. sorority.
The convention was held In the
Del Monte hotel at Del Monte be
tween the. days of June 28 and Ju
ly J. There were abont S00 girls
from 'all over the United States In
attendance. i '
The next place of meeting it Is
expected .will ' be someplace la
Georgia. Miss Cupper went - to
San Francisco with Miss Margaret
Coates of Albany, delegate from
the Alpha Chi Omega sorority of
Oregon state college where Miaa
Cupper is also in attendance; Miss
Katherine Silsby. delegate from
the Portland XI XI alumnae chap
ter; and Miss Annahelle Grant al
so of Portland. .
Miss Cupper visited on her way
te Del' Moat in ' San Francisco,
and on her return from Del Monte
she visited Jn Oakland. .
office proeeted, but the acting
mayor atack by his guns. ..
However, many of the prisoners
are habitual offenders,, and the
police stole a march on Couch by
the rearrest on old charges.
.Mayor Ragsdale returned today i
and said if'seems wrong to me
and I don't think he had a moral
right to take that action." The
mayor, however, doubted if. there
is any legal remedy."
Rev. M. A. Groves 1
Presented Gift By
ORCHARD HEIGHTS, July 7
When Rev. . M. A. Groves of West
Salem filled his weekly appoint
ment here Sunday, he. was. sur
prised and pleased to be- presnt-1
ed with a. handsome, brief case.'
The', members of . the Sunday
school were the donors. -,-; . . :
Dr. and Mrs. John Lynch1 and",
children, Sharon and Richard
spent the fourth with the doctors
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry. !
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McDowell
and daughter. Miss Ethel MCDow'.
el upent the Fourth at Pratum.
. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Lynch were Mr. and Mrs.
Lambert Maher and - .family ; of
Portland.: Mr. Maher is a cousin
of Mrs. Lynch.
v . .. .
r s i
Mr. RhodA Quick Johmsosv f Tillamook, tint white child to cross
.the old Salmon river trail, win be qneen of tbo edeoratjon for
' opening the sew csiiUefr to the benches. She will wear Jewels of
the choicest stoves found em the coast, faanews for It agates ad
other semi-precious atones. " .
The J. M. Curtis, family eniey-
ed a family reunion with all but
Plunge of Auto
Kills One, Two
Open Salmon River
Cutoff to Beaches;
child to erosa th old Salmon rive :
trail back ja the Wi-
: RepresenUUvea : of r I"eirEa
sUges in Oregon government navo
been chosen from descndnU o
Oregcm governor Caroline JUha ;
"i5lir .- a ysBddauxh
ter of tlovernotAbernathy, riU
represent Iho proTisiou.
ment, ' Nina -Ling of th Arge
tin," ddaughUr ofGov.Ooo
Lane and i daughter of -Sen?? . .
Harry- Lan ; will represent tvj
MvarnmanC.' ,V ADA -
Whiuker "of Eugene; daughtea of .
Governor WhiUker. me nw . ,
governor will-be "Miss Oregon,
:FoUowln tlerelsea at , NeT
Grand Rondo thoso la attenOaneJ
wm.:-.ToriViT!e: SSrt5f V
down :ith;rtoawhc- ::-XSlJ2
um h nareanl features. Dif lam
ent eommunitle wUl present J
living pantomime .historic scene
from. their several - wDjnw
Salem has keen yeuested to pre
sent a mission , cene. ;- v arioy -
pioneer rencs wm m,.: -.
These women wno w t, 3
m are working hard to Interest ,
other dlstricU'dn, the state. 7 Mrs.
Workman who is secretary of tho
Lincoln county chamber of com
merce, is r execuUyo director, of
this celebration. Mrs. i WarreA ,
has been active si 's student
Oregon history- C She recenUy Jo
cated tho gray of ..Webley Haux
hurst, on of the voters at Cham
soegr an early convert or Jw - -.
rtA'a who. took ui land- wber
the Jason Lee ..cemetery, and the
penitentiary now are locatea. n-
chair made by him will be th
throne seat: for '.the queen nnd
later deposited, at Champoeg mu
seum. Hauzhurst gravo who
location waa known to -Rhoda
Johnson,, is in. Tillamook
- - ? .- .
For Band's 2nd ;
Concert Tonight ;
Procram for the second .band
concert of . the season, to be-given
tonight nti . o'clock, In ;WUtoo
park, was announced yesterday by
niretor Oscar ' Steelhammer a
follow:''----' y -f 7; -f :TM J,
Caesar Triumphal -March .
Mr. Geonre S. Workman of Newnort and Mrs. H. E.
Clth&TQ Kfav Dr A Warren of Oce&niake were Salem visiters laat week working
'. J , up interest in the approachino; dedication of the new Salmon
Portland, or.. July t nver cut-off which is to take riaoe JuIt 19th and 20th.' A
does not! Sho doesn't even can tj.iT. .7V I af) one person was wued and pajreant of the trail is beinjr worked out and the entire cen-
k"ev. 1 -w . tw0 otners in tureu. nernana isxai- 11 ... . ... . ... t.- .. : .
I Te son not. present was Donald 1. WK.n thir ..tomohtin Vi..d coasi counuy is piannmo; on jnajong ine event one. 01
- and here will meet and be joined
-by - Mra.- Olson's' brother. Prof,
. and. Mrs. C W. Boettecher, At Salt
Lakr tho party, will . be joined -by
Mr., and Mrs. Orine Neptune and
the whole . group will , make , the
.eastern trip by motor and. togeth-
post, was named.
her' Louise "or" whatever ahe waa'
named. Mummy would hare for
ty fita if baby opened her door
T V . 9 .IT Pnt eoBversation and remla-
slept oft thtf eff ects of the night- licences
of Colfax, Washington.
. i-JL. picnic dinner waa aerved at j
noon, and tho rest of. the day was
Mr. and Mrs. . J B. Pro tx man
and Mr; aad. Mrs.' W. S. Leveas
.spend the Fourth of July, and tho
following week end at the Prota-
man 1 cottage "Alternook? - - on
er.. Among -the -places visited will Devil'j .Lake at Neotsu. Golf, th
Olson. 1 surf and. a beach evening maae
an unusually happy vacation for
the group. ' .' 'i"
the old-, homo of Mrs.
b" House Parties Provp
'.f' viMr. nnd Mrs.-WilMam- Moses are
i-l t finding .raucV enjoyment with -s
series Of u bouse parties at their!
summer- beach' -cottage "Overlook"
I'at'Bay Oceaniv . I
?t i-The past week end and fer-over
the tfVrarth: of - July-' they - enteiy
tir itaiaed.Mr: and Mr. ILC. Hum
fjr', mell.Mr.-and vMra; Bryan' Good
. . - enoagn, ana aangniers n.ueen ana
: : -Maxine. -s':' ,-a.-- .
. -, Thi comtng week end Mr. and
-.t- Mrs: Moses plan to be hosts: to the
, -members ot the Sans Soacl.club.
S This will make a arty ef about
. 18 or members, r : - v
Turner Thel Woman's fc
ioBary society - of, the . Christian.
chureh held lu-recent meeting a
1 the .home, of Mrs. Frankle Reb
v ertson. Thirty ladies were pre-.
. ent to eniov the program.
k The topic "Conditions of - Ia-
.,d la.M waa. ably presented by Mr.
i i JLnna Tarrla. .: Sh touched on tne
. caste system, religion, education.
. and -manner. of living., -Refresh-
?:ments wer nerved 'during- the so-
; - t I.
.:" " : etathbuf. ;'
f 7 VOrchafd- HelghU. Mrs: J. W.
4 Sfmmbna entertained Friday evet
v-:.;;ing;wtth:si Fourth of July dln-
-a aer. Covers were uid for .mr.
.-.and MrtT'A." A Wither." Mr. and
? i Mrs. Ralnh Wilson. Mrs. Ella,
i ii Adams. Jlrs. Grace Bliss. Mlssea
- Helen. Bliss. Mildred plhtmens and
-r-or Helen WHbrs,iHs;rU Adams,
'f' Earl. Dean Withers, Irvln. Sim-
? ;?;m?n;j..lAwrhto 'Simmons, -Mr;
: ? and, Mra. J. Wg stmmons..
; t 3. Renorts of the recent eonven-
- tlon held. In Kugeno will be the
-vv J tonic: of - the: regular meeting of
. S : - the AuxIlUry to th Son of Vet.
ejana tonight at tho. Woman'i club
. '. t . boas. The meeting Is. called -fot
7 :S o'clock.
- . - s si i V- -
:. : Dr. Alle Fisher, formerly Alice
. TJavia of Salem, la her aa a. guest
- frem Hayward, California, at the
S4-hom of Mrs. ; Rex, Davis and Mrs.
' &-:aVBoUtarV- ; : '
j ThkWpusetcif': I dtm Box)
:- Ad what a treat the new plan
is to the kindergarten teachers!
Perfectly lovely! The children pay
tuition, and they are given their
luncheoa at school. .. Maybe yon
think that doesn't help, Mummy,
especially when she la ' glvlag
luncheon and things. It's a nice.
nourishing lunch, with spinach.
and everything, and It's the teach
er job, to make thechild. Uk
spinach. Do you know 'how they
get taem to eat it? Threaten that
Those present were J. M. Cur-
down a SO foot embankmant on
the Ariel dam road near Wood
Mrs. William N. Mitchell, 45,
Portland, was. killed, and her hus
band and Mrs. William H. Brun
ilu'ih.BpfMrSrtoR-.. unconscious in a
a. nn m uaugmer, auS iPnrtland hoanltal
Winifred Cnrtia. who are spend
ing the summer st the Ralph. Cur
tis home; Mr. and Mrs. George O.
Curtis and children of Bend: Mr.
and Mrs. H. K, Curtis from Holly
wood. California; and Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph'Curtls and two daugh
ters of Salem. -
Sllvertop The Moser clan wUl
ROSEDALE, July 7. Berries
and cherries are not ripening very
fast On account of the cool weath-
ler though some are being pick-
great importance as. the openinp: of the improved biirhwaT
is regarded aa one of tne greatest steps in the prosress ox
the upper Lincoln county coast country.
The new eut-off goes rrom?
Grand' Ronde following the Sal
mon river and meets the coast
highway at Otis. This brings
Salem within about CO miles ef
1 beach resorts. The road has been
improved by the government nnd
by a super-highway district.
The ceremonies win take place
at t:30 in the morning-of the
19 th at.Mew Grand Ronde. at this
end ot the new road. General U
G. MaeAlexander, of - Newport,
will bo - master of. .ceremonies.
Gov. A. W. Norblad wiU bo the
speaker., of . the day.. - Tho -neen:
of the celebration will be the oe-
togenarianr Mrs. Rhoda -Quick
Johnson, who was the first white
ed. A crew of men from the peni
tentiary picked the cherries Wed-
tMiU 1U iniu,i Ki.ni. u k. Paa IseidiT on the McFkrlajid nlac.
Jhey will have to stay at home for h(dge and McClain park at Silver-1 belonging now to the sUte.
"JJ". wv " T"f7 Iton on Jniy 2. -beainnina at 10 1 - aies ana umiiT 01. tu-
stubborn. Ton can bet that makea'l o'clock.' Mrs. John Scott of o'ra-flamook visited at the Albert
the spiaseh diaappear. v . -:. ; ; J gon City ir secretary of the or-.
aiiwiwr au m un uimr 1 ganlsauon.' -
pet, teach, love, listen to, answer
questions for and arrange the.
amusement of about thirty young-:
sters nil; day. long. No hour oft
for lunch. She eats with the chil
dren and sees that they eat prop
erly so Mummy won't ever be em
barrassed. , . .
And does teacher. - get mora
money for spending her livelong
day -with other people's children?
She does not. All she get is tir
ed And thin, and disgusted, with
the mothers who cant find time
even -to.: come and see -their own
children in plays and other enter
tainment on, holidays. i : i
; The teacher has to provide the
birthday parties . for, .the little
folks; and only the specially good
mowers send over ice cream and
Zena. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D.
Henry entertained a their gueata
Thursday ' afternoon", - Rt. and
Mr. W. Earl Cochran and daugh
ter, "Eva Cochran, nnd Mr. "and
Mrs. Dale Taylor and v two sons,
Billy and Jimmy, n of Salem.
III BAILOIIIJ MCE
Bates home Sunday.
J The, Haldy famHy picnicked at
Champoeg Thursday with relative
from Portland. . : .
Mrs. Edith Webb and son Bobby
have been visiting her sister Mrs.
A. J Haldy, the past week. ,
, ; Ormal Trick', was appointed by
the Methodist conference to
pastorats at Scholls. His many
friends here wish .him success in
his chosen, field of .endeavor." :
. Mrs. Phillips from 8n Antonio,
Texas, an eld friend of the Trick
family,, is visiting with them for
a few days.
The Birthday eluh celebrated
the Fourth picnicking Friday eve
ping tn the grove on the Bruner
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TRAMPLING ART FOR PROFITS
1 HpUSTGN Texas, July 7.
(AP)--R. J. Blair, . former. navy
CHILD SERIOUSLY INJURED
IT wCrV-r ww it h-Vaii K TURNER, JUly 7. Little Bop;
yard worker .who used to handle: h 9nrt., ' nf -M-
by, young son of Mr." and ' Mrs.
ieacners aren't much like Uese f'T' 1.-7.. V,T 1"; I with his life when he fell over
privet gun; and Fran Trotter, 2t
F U ito Virtoaa, rm tm '
IrWUcm nu rk mmitr IS
. 9r W gwuti tmr (raHta. WHmm,
lk rate thl !! tk Art W Uvk.
: ; -i
SMMfclM talMlrWMd MFly
I thm mmW limn im thmtmmi
' mUkmtrm. C ich a tfaiyr
f takat atf arttotic pngral '
Tba tnM hacthm ml tU'sMka fa"
t Immn tba Wm ml thm pnM .
- n 7mm am thai
ar mmtltimf ta taal
Kelt savb the Jtn?nw3i CSC -
EanU whk HM a m Man h tba
M lt IMnm Lmtm. Whim :
taal th tra
j girl, who blackjackr money out of w,L4"aJf t",0."!. T,C115
people and get on the front pages.
nut imagine anyone trying to
I shake- money out' of- a school
noarai - ' - . -t. -
(Opyrifht ISS PnaiM SyaaJeafa, Ia.)
-v. . a .... -
Miss' Irma Botslord ! W at tha'
horn- of her mother.' Mr. B. E. 1 Zeppelin down- late
VVHIVII IVI at DHL IX AdkRIL I UIOvllBVItilU IXI ' 4
Somutime'-; In August Miss -Bota- The.wiunef win hot. be. dasig
ford,win sail for: Europe where nsted until the national aeronau
she will spend the next year.1 ills t,c association, at Washington ha
Botstord ha been ;teaehing-; for enecxea au( -Daroxrapns nnu- an
th past year in Honolulu. , ' uounced 1U vrdict. r
: , ' - m vptm Tea-.-!viinnr 01 n
racer committee said i hi 1 eatcnla
in the national elimination . bal
loon race which got under way
- In the Akron entrant, . Good-.
year-Zeppelia,. they traveled- some
lo - mile.; "Blair who.- used to
work--; in . - the Bremerton navy
yards, - brought - the. ; Goodyear-
sharn . niece of wood Thursday.
and was seriously injured inter
nally, breaking a blood veaseL At
thia writing It I, expected hewui
recover, barring complication. ' -
far LMag Maafa, Is
1 a mi
m TW ifM arsaa.
ai S'a ari
fatfc, H. Y.
VBf) wmTWaW aw sswsa Pa Oady mQm))
MM at aa aa to a- w :
1 al Uitm mmttt mu sta TWiora, .
Souvenir do Bade Badea, t
' Walts '-.-..s.jv. i . . i .B0UfU
Popular Kumber,: rr - :
nv Watehingyi wream u j
b." MeUo Moon ftfaltte fai
eT HannV DaxSi Axl Uiro Agaia
"Hnncarlaa ' Fantasia" ... Tobanl
Vocal Solor by Lyman-MeDonaW
a. The Moon :jOW-T-:"'; - :
h. Wben.lt 1 Springtime fa th
The Wedding iif the Rose. JesMl :
Selection rWoodlandf'i.; Lauder
Oa the Go March;-. . . Goidamaa
Star Spangled - Banner, v,' ......
you would tnstst
v upofrtfypukriexp ; ;
alLof the fact
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'Sa atm. Far laili la '
mrt. m tmrm ml rial aa.
WW prafH by tha illil iWa al
1 tha thtaT Mmt
. SpH M, Wlia, Pi Llfmf. ln aj. Haw Yarfc. ? .
. i ?- . - - ". 11 . . .. . v .
'Yfhat a; Tye'discpTel7'w& ,,
coffe w fim paxked in ; r
uuml Just Kke cofTc flavon
' - '., t;i
tea flavor also evtbofate from -
an ordinary tin o .cardboara -
box.' But now tea h tacked u
vacuum and what a difTeM
.ncetyhcn you tryTt you will
know what you hare inisscd al ;
---.,. . - j .
these years. .
r " uy. ATiflia javaviaa . . . 1
Isn't tkis sleeveless- frock love
ty tor: the -small glrir Iffaaten
on the shoulders with small but
ton and. loop, making it eaay to
sup over tha-a, A dainty.
I Birthday club will ":meet 7 at ' the
ralr ground FrWay for tho "an
nual ptcble of the group. - It wiU
b .an: an - day : nttsit and; all
I member ar urged to It present
to enjoy tne day.
E.' J. HUT. pilot.' and A. a Schloe-
ser. aid aa. having been In second
place with 70 utiles. ; Blair and
Trotter and HH1 and SchloMer.lf
the N. A. A. .holds with hocomo
' " lnTnl .Vbm fmmkmm u th . Atnat
liaBiav jr. . jean team in the International race
Mrt J. BlsBmlth - of King wood ga.teHlbr i .tfjCleveland. f
wwt wwa hi ar. ana-atrs. j. 1 . . . - - - -. . t
w. jsagar as a miaaay owner Jrri bavD TO KB FINANCED
Caloric Value 1 or thie
-a a --
. mm. th. tMiu, I nay, JUiy .f- Aaaiuonai vuiiors i unnmnn .w. v . .tk ..ew
opening la chle manner. and aid ViX aandng o tliu. iummr Evening
pleats afford ample freedom ter I f1", Kdgar. I eoneerta--;hy ; the vHubbard ' Com-
moUon. --s- fe;v;; - lEltJ' -MrsithurArma -aadjaajiity und waa arranged tor. by
Pattenf Hi S will b ratlcal pss sw-.f em. Jtn Hubhajrd? eomjafrcmluh; at
i n at A a a ' laa I
mid ot printed oottoa.. plane.
percale; broadcloth, shantung, etc
Th vestee use Jawn or. .batlsto
which, bx th way, may. bo Rnifc
chased quit inexpensively already
tueked.;There are. bloomers, too.
Mar b ordered only la else X,
4. . and . Slse 4 twajmhree X- 1-S
-vl yards t Inch material and -U
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the' Satordty-ntxht meeting hsld.
at : the- Frank: Thompson confee-
tlonarv parlors'.' iTha- band '--was
also invited to play at the dedica
tion of ?th Salmon-rivr cuttoff
Sarar- la an iaxnare -food.
Camnareel with bwtter: bncen.
macaroni, bread, meat, milk, 4
vegetable anal rresfi rruica,
apUa th syssesn with zar
calorie ior each cast Spent
than the seasnsaount expended em.
any -of the rust of. tho product.
Thin f act b jlraifknnc beeaun
th average sy stsm i nsjsiii i s. stf
prozimately 308t calories daily. Of
up of food: te. which sugar
'Q, Iwhn; receive- at'af -'dauciagl
-;;'a.lventive-ef Both'- ".s-':-1
ir..T' can mi : eve been, iisfbrtunat
- I ; enoush to'get moths in tcarpeuTj
- Yeu Deed cos nave, ma - fp
again. - Just Tmkia. maeoxaa
iv , nnethe res w rarp, to .prevent
.-i-'tM nctSs from; getting', into Gem.
- ;.f r,-Tsa- it ti:Tj- gr sired aod
i l - rarsi ef Ua enot:' jour..wEl- have
tt teubU'-w;a moms.. .- '
Ka ' Srnaaii Mag axaarlaaea
nary. Xaraaca far evary aiaa,'
sad sismla, exact UitrarUaaa are.
1 gllli. - .- 'ur . --j ' " " - V"' J -
- Saad eOa eaata la eatas esra--tm&J
aiiatiaail. mr ataaipa. tar ah
rUrB.. Writa fhialy ym Thaa,
aaiiass. stria aaatbav -aad; si
- Omr aakf- eattara far Malts
akiHraa. 1m srawfar. .a
taras, nrtara . casta t t- seats
- rar4 WiU a aaur. i
'4ras aU'atall sad araarf -
Saihwwaw Patter lrartsfc
S4S Wart lTtb strM. .Kw-Tark.
pri v. .- i-'.-i, , ...-... ...T"v.ar -R - i.s.
JL Th hOBtess, with bet dSUgb- 1 ruiu A nMdarJbe e. XmbmIU
term, and any - guest .Whoa-, she J iao aliitM, tbcki ia &M th)
honpra by. asking. ;v x'ZZ i u J fir: davv ' check Ualari te
:q.-It 1 Incorrect: for,, woman khreo .? -- --j h
to wear a two-tieeo ftutt fer morn- . , nfe ITahlcta 4
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TO. How shouldpoUtoe which J fc , Sli i-LMlth
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! are -nouaa m ineir saras nwaerv-i v
edt J&'-lMRft"---!' - !
'AS Im Individual-dishes, ao that
-tn skins' may be .placed on. the
dish and the potato placed en the
platav ou which the meat course i
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' , ; ' '. aaaa. f
iation U ath iooda
former table. Thoaaast
PaairaJ ajl ran ri u-ritT ass mrj
lXi. ar4.oteplet W a tweet des
xrt CmdTcai!2L as .well ax
tasaii otsmv jcsjt be much bspswvad
ia taste a nteal if a daah ef ansa
to. a pinci f s-'t fa adiaw Whd
they are eooxiar-- i-TetiXist cereal
and atewed dried freha have added
goodBesa whenau-ar i adied. - ;
: Doctors and : dietsUana aunrew
Um uso of ascar in mslir t essen
jBal foeos tasty, rex iiese toads
entaJUs .vitamins, naJnerals and
reurtacr all ot which are feeeded
by th system. Goc-i f ooj rrcraotes
good health. - The Sugar las&teCe,
. '.: Adv....
Yo5iy Ut rcf rigeratioxi; : get the -Ve&li That mcanihGia CT;
. " T ?,ui ?ncV WgK "quality; rjliabie
economic opcraaon or tne : i ' ! -
. ' - ' . .f - ' " - - " , ... ,
7. make " the best Investment, the most" satisfactory all aroundr - - r s
: "H - : C ' ' 'XBrlna; Iho cmpoi evniirw dL) ft r? I'-
r.M.,!7n 1 . Gaa Kectrol a Hffriserater
-. ' 1: wk at Gas fesrociA ; 't '
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