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aTTttDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1920.
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
Tthe rreebjtcrian church held
"Westminster and Mrs. Henry Bollnger, and, the lit
tie guest of honor.
at the hos-
. ..t xtr. D. A. Hodge on
,4h s'reet. The book .tudled
Vl V Brooks' Christian Am-
onT Ml- M'rPah Blair preel
er"0 requirement was for
5!LcTm turn to tell when'and
European country her an-
" both sides of the house ml
"7 tndwhere in this country set
P"A ... made. Miss Blair on a map
a . line connecting the overseas
tr4 e de8linatlon on our
siF"00. ,i rendered an ac-
n'n.n 11 ., .
r. " -gators. It was diseover-
(OTrtotnw Scotiand, Ireland and
1,11 laurel? in the majority.
tftie "". Switzerland, several
with on " on on. from Holland.
""""Tof migration were discussed
toti attained distinction tth a
,l! ,Une of their careers wan given
tfe,0UtlL by MiM Davis: Schurt.
SRl Steiner and Mary Antin
!i,b KS. ,l,l Miss
, wi -
l?Honenbeck, Mrs. Bertha Darby
W chandler and others discussed
nhases of Americanization
BCLrds. etc. delightful refreshments
ned. and the gathering die-
jtrsed. , , ,
..... ni,. Marcy Bates and Mrs.
JZ Hall were Joint hostess, at a
Lirhtful gathering 01 mo
Kimball college of Theology.
ITraay afternoon, at the residence
Irles, 1138 South Thirteenth
1. a most enjoyable time was ex-
Wriweed. the gracious hostesses prov.
I . ..lmtrnhlB dlsuensers ui
atarrf. number of the
ST wbteh is composed of the wives
oI ministers, ere in uuu
i ,un of Kills of the very young
" ,h. quests of MIbs Ethel Irene
"litis Monday night at a theatre party
,t the Oregon. The occasion was the
rthday anniversary of the. hostess.
Mia Harris, who Is the daughter of
S. .n Mrs. Clyde Harris, of Brooks,
iitfudent at the Washington junior
Ugh whool. t 0 .
After a montn b sojourn j vu..i.
i. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Durbin have
returned home and are once more do
miciled at their lovely residence, 1417
The home of Mr. and Mrs. P. "W.
Steusloff. 1185 Court street, was the
Kene of the meeting of the. Ladles Aid
wclety of the Presbyterian church on
Iriday afternoon. Mrs. aiico n.
addrssed the gathering and the busl
ne session was followed by a social
hour. Assistant hostesses for .the af
fair were Mrs. R. A. Klein, Mrs. P. I".
Klein, Mm W. V. Moore, Mrs. H. J.
Clements and rMs. (leo. llrow'n.
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The Nancy Hunk Lincoln club was
organized Monday afternoon when the
mothers ot Lincoln school met at the
Khool to complete organization of a
mother's association. Tre principal ob
ject of the club will be to take care
of Ihe general welfare of the children
in the school and to promote interest
Id school activities.
Br. and Mrs. T. A. Llvcsley, who for
th past several wee's have been vislt
tng In California, have roturned home.
The principal cities in the southern
taje were visited during fheir o
lourn. . .'-,-.'
Honoring the birthday of Professor
T. 8. Roberts, a coterie of friends sur-
fmi him with a delightfully infor
The Tuesday Musical', club .win
meet Tuesday evening at 8:15 at the
studio of Miss Lena Belle Tartar in
the Durbin building. - "
The.many friends.. of iMiss ftjart
Prlntx, daughter of Mr. and rMs. John
Prints daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
be sorry to learn that she underwent
an operation for appendicitis Thurs
day. She is reported as doing nicely.
It was in Moberges that Miss Grace
Richardson, of St. Paul. . Minnesota
and Miss Mary G. Dixon, of Baltimore
Maryland, both of the American T
W. C. A., overseas, witnessed the tri
umph of Erench dressmaking. A, girl
of twenty three had come back to the
village to. start a dressmaking shop
She set up her establishment in one
of her neighbor's houses, heating it
with a stove she had gotten out of the
trenches. For equipment she had two
"devastated" dummies. '
Miss Richardson says: "In Wallln
court we went into the home" of the
pastor, where twenty five girls had
gathered to meet us. They had gone
through bombardments and evacua
tion, as well as German occupation.
The only piano left in town was in
the pastor's house. Everything in town
seemed to have been torn down, and
yet these girls gathered around the
piano and sang, "Count Your Bless
ings." It was really pathetically fun
ny. There was no clement of self pity
in them. It is a very courageous town
In Quievy we found girls with the
most helpless, lined faces. Girls who
said they could not even think. Dur
ing the entire time ot occupation they
hnd not been allowed to cross the
street. One girl told us how she had
gone out one day into her garden to
pick blackberries enough for her own
family, and hajl been put into pi.fcon
terr days for it."
Mis Richardson and Miss Dixon
have Just returned from a trip through
twelve of .the devastated town ol
Several new members will bo initiat
ed into the order of Royal Highlanders
Monday March 1. The ceremony pro
mises to be one of special interest and
all members of the lodge are urged
to be present.
Coming to The Oregon
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Iu "Ilcurt Sirints" Coming Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
White and Mrs. Shlnn. Which .was re- Woni-jn are actlner as assistant ob
lebrated In ; Vork. Nebr-wka. twenty servers for the United States weather
Out of town guests included Mrs.
Emmett Hill of Twin Falls, Idaho, Mrs
; To Be Delegate
Frederick V. Itolman cf Portland
is the latest entrant in the race for
nomination a a democratic, candi
date for election a a delegate to the
national convention a San Francisco.
Holman in his platform declares his
belief in true Americanism and his
opposition to socialism and paternal
ism. "The success of democratic priii
ciples is as important as electing a
president," he declares. His slogan is
"Nominate democrats who will unite
the party and who can be elected."
Wallace MeCamaut of Portland to
day filed his nominating petition as
a candidate for delegate at large to
the republican national convention
on a slogan which declares r or
president, an American, republi
can and a statesman."
The Stomach Bemii
.digestion, bat the most important
work is dene by the bowels, liver and
kidneys. Failure of these to act
efficiently allows the whole body to
BEECHAM'S PILLS do more than
produce bowel movement. Liver, skin
and kidneys are influenced to more
active effort with resulting increased
effect. It is always safe to take
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CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT ADS BRING RESULTS
The Salem Mar Mothers met this af
ternoon in the Y. W. C. A. rooins on
North Liberty street, to make plans
for tho erection of 'a suitable memor-!
ial for the local boys who served dur
ing the late war with Germany., A
representative number of members was
In attendance. Later in the afternoon
tea was served, many ot the mothers
who had nltendcd the meeting of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion, conilng at that time.
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The following Item clipped from the
Anaheim .(California) Herald, will be
of interest to numerous Snlemites, Mrs.
John Eells, mentioned in the article,
was formerly Miss Eleanor Hearing of
Salem, a graduate nurse of the Salem
Hospital. Mrs. Eells has been in Cali
fornia for the past two jears.
Anaheim was quite prominently rep
resented in the Tournament of Roses
at Pasadena yesterday, and the entry
from here took first prize in Class K
novelties. The Anaheim entrant was
Mrs. John Eells of Burton avenue and
Loara road, 'who took first prize for
a Roman team of three white horses,
driven by Chester Walker, accompany
ing the' team was Mrs. EeUs riding a
The effect of this feature or tne pa-
Lena M. White and twin daughters ot
Portland, Mr. and MrA C. S. Bristol
of Silverton and Mr. and Mrs. James
D. Ogden of Portland.
bureau, and, assistant horticulturists
for the department of agriculture, but
are not permitted to take tests for cli
matology" in Its rrltlon to agrlcultme.
Ml party last Saturday evening. Mr. I ,.a,ie was marred slightly when the
4 Mrs, Thomas W. Hall were also
konor guests of the occasion. A pretty
"my of pale yellow spring flowers
daintily accentuated by the yellow
4ed candles with whltfi the table
w Illuminated, were used as a deco
rMive motif. A liny doll bride, in keep
with the fact that Mr. and Mrs.
nail had Just been married that
ftemeorr, centered the table. After
lit dinner the evening was spent with
unc and social conversation. About
twenty guests were present
r. and Mrs. Hugh kyte of Stan
"el. were the guests of Mrs. Kyle's
". Mr. and Mrs. S. a Eitst, for
w aayg this weok. Mrs. Kyle was
Jf Salem's most popular young
"wwy maids, and a large number of.
is greeted her during her brief
"embers ot the Monday Afternoon
club, and their husbands, were
w wests of Mrs. Al Btelner and Mrs.
j-"ttys at the lovely Steiner resi
JT1 'he Wallace oRad. last Bat-
uuun. -ine afternoon was
ry spent iwlth tsard playing.
7-ru inversion of the club, and
-"mated with the serving of dainty
Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
""! guests of the club.
Wm.xT th8lr b'-monthiy social
parade was about half over by a trifl
inr opiHBTit that mieht have been
serious but for the falling of the horsft
which Mrs. Eells was riding. All uur-
Infr the narade the police auto ha.a
been crowding closely on the heels ot
Mrs. Eells' mount until the animai
could stand it no longer, bolted, Be
came unmanageable and ran away. He
went but a short . distance ana ten.
Both the animal and Mrs. Eells were
slightly Injured. ...... . . . ., . . .
This is not the first time mai .im.
Eells has taken part in the rose pa
rade as she had an entry two years
A largely attended as well as unique
and interesting social event of the
week was the double golden wedding
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. ,J. D-
White and Mr. and Mrs. James Shipp
which occuruedSon Tuesday. February
Mr. White and Mrs. Shlpp are Sis
ters and wero married at a double
a,a.l,1ln. mromnnv on February 24,
1870. in Francisco, Indiana, both coup
la. mnvfnir shortly afterwards to York
Nebraska where they located on ad
joining homesteads. About twelve years
. tj..i .hra he
ago tney came 10 kuctu .........
have, since made their ' homos." -
The double golden wedding celebra
tion consisted of an. informal recep.
tion at the home of Mr. And Mrs.
White at 140 Chemcketa-street
Tuesday afternoon. The house was
tastefully decorated with a profusion
of flowers appropriate Tor. the ooca
sion. Mary Louise White and "Francis
Eleanor White, twin .grand-daughters
of Mr. and. Mrs. . White., ST.ee wa ,in
Go Chicago Kids
One Better; Look!
. The following clipping Is taken
from the ''Awrii-an Issue:"
"The Chicngo superintendent of
schools has ordered every pupil in'
the seventh and eighth grades to mem
oriae 'the American creed." It con
tains thoughts on good citizenship
which should be familiar to every
child. The creed follows:
" 'I believe in the United States of
America ens a government of the peo
ple, by the people, for the peoplo;
whose Just powers are derived from
tho consent ' of the governed; a de
mocracy in a republic; a sovereign
nation of many sovereign states; a
perfect union, one :and inseparable;
established upon those principles of
freedom, equality, Justice, and hu
manity for which American patriots
sacriMoed their lives and fortunes.
"'I therefore beheve it is my duty
to my country to love It; to support
its constitution; to obey its laws; to
respect its flag! and to defVnd It
against all enemies.' " .
Pupils of the Salem schools, from
the third grade thru the senior high
school have learned this creed, and
It has become a pout of their duj.y
At the request of the local cnap-
ter of the Daughters of the American
Re.vnlutlon this creed was a feature
of the .Washington day exercises held
at the armory Sunday, the twenty
second of this month.
YIROS TOTES DRY
Dawson. V. T.. Feb. 17 Bone dry
nrohibltion was approved, by Yukon
territory voters at ' a plebiscite Just
concluded, it was announced today.
Two proposals favoring liquor were
defeated. One would have perrruiwa
the continuance of saloons, and the
other would have authorized govern
ment liquor dlspensari!
HH Mi l. ChaPma presiding.
k , "Ponded to with read
ir PPtagg and quotations which
dT:.T.ry Interesting. After the
bu8ln68 session, a social , eallers at the door and in the recelv-
t " w aellclous refresh 4ng line, beside the honorea coupiw
served by Mesdames were Mr. ah Mrs.' J.' I" Ingrey and
"Pson. a, 1 moBuaniBf were Air. . aii. - '
Th. ..JT ' HP"r and Heik- Mr. John W. Broadweii, Mrs. msm,
mrth is msting will be held on being a sister and. Mr. lltoadwel! a
Ssiry Wi, llh Mesdames Charles brother of Mrs. White and Mrs. Shlpp.
. undorB and Campbell Ices were cut by Mrs. David White,
lb,6IT, tm" meeting officers Mrs. H. H. White. Mrs. II. K. ingrey.
niW ' c,)mmttees appointed ! Mrs. Lena M.White, Mrs. - Jlmmett
Hill ana Mrs. jonn r. bhw.
served by the grand-daughters of the
hosts dressed in dainty white gowns
with gold colored sashes.
In the evening the families and rela
tives of the honored couples, together
with a few intimate friends, gathered
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shlpp at
40 Hoyt street. The Shlpp home was
gayly decorated with masses of flowers
and gold colored streamers and, after
a dellKhtful program, a delicious wed
ding supper was served. The prog-
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5 ;:irtTi( ,Jam' McGIIchrtat golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. David
viiie cnaicott, Mr. Broadweii, father ana momer ui mi-.
u. nome or ftls
miie.'J I ,re- Henry Bolinger
HteL "i 0f 8a,era- ,itUe Hen
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, Z7S 01 hls "rthday. A
rB,a used a attract-
Jvu1" pretuly decor-
Md Lh'h coer were laid
. iidren Gordon McGHchrist.
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