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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1915.
CAROL a DIBBLE.
Cards have been received announcing
the approaching marriage of a former
Kalem irirl. Gertrude Tutliill of Han Jose
California, to Howard W. Curry, of
that citv. Mis Tuthill is the daughter
of of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. T. Tuthill, who
made their home in Salem about nine
years aito. Mr. Tuthill was the owner
of the gas worki of tbil city at that
time. The Tuthills were one of the
prominent families m Salem, and left
haatM of friends to regret tneir ae
nurture to the southern state. Miss
Tuthill, who has been attending Stan
ford university, is endowed with much
tharm of manner and a personality that
raptured a large circlo of acquain
taaces. The wedding will take place
November 3, in San Jobc.
Honoring her houseiniests, Mrs. W.
Jt. Harper and Mrs. Ralph Lynch, of
Chicago, Mrs. (.'. A. l'arkcr will en
tertain as dinner guests tomorrow even-
in ir at her attractive country home on
the Wallace road, Mr. anil Mrs. Joseph
Ralston, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stewart and
Miss Elizabeth Jrvinc, or Albany.
Mrs. L. W. Gleason wan the hostess
t a charming surprise party given last
. evening in honor of Mr. Uleasnn'a
birthday at their home on South Four
teenth street. A dainty color scheme
of pink and white prevailed throughout
the rooms and a profusion of dublias
was used for decorative purposes. Five
hundred was plnved during tho evening.
the guests circling five In bleu. The
rard honors were captured by Mrs. !.
O. Henderson and Klmcr Dauo. Assist
ing tho hostess in serving were: Mrs.
J. W. Scolt, Mrs. Kgbert I'ruitt and
Mrs. (,'. (J. Henderson. Those present
wore: Mr. and Mrs. Al Uodfrey, Mr,
and Mrs. Hoy Molsuii, Mr. and Mrs. (,'.
O. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. ('. h. liiir
bour, Mr. nud Mrs. Elmer Dauoj Mr.
nil Mrs. William Daniels, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ralph Hnrr, Mr. and Mis. C. W. Scott,
Dr. and Mrs. (). AhhcIii, Mr. and
Mrs. Kgbert I'ruitt, Mr. and Mrs.
The dignified armory will be trans
formed into a verilnblo fairyland of
music, lights and flowers this evening,
when the annual Guild Dance, given by
the St. Paul's Episcopal church takes
place at 9:00 p. in. The armory is
gsyly draped with flags and bunting
and hanging baskets of varicolored
flowers and autumn leaves will enhance
the decorative beauty of the scene. A
dainty pink and white booth where
refreshments of ice-crenm and candy
will be served, is situated near the en
trance of the hull. The decorations are
in charge of Munroe Gilbert, G. P. Fox
and Kdward Gillinghnm. Professor and
Mrs. Montrose Hingler will repeat sev
eral of tho Infest steps ceiisoiized by
the National Dancing association, in
cluding the one step, two step, fox
trot and wait trot. Stationed to the
left of the entrance in a co.y apart
ment from whence no whispered mys
teries of the future can penetrate to
outside ears, will bo Minlatuo Miinsey,
tne prophetess, ilevics of pretty maid
ens will carry homemade candies to
and fro during the evening. The Peer
less Orchestra will furnish the music,
for the program and the Orpheus Chor
in will give several selections. Though
too GuiM dances have always been
marked by their popularity, the fete
this year promixes to be the largest ami
most thoroughly enjoyable affuir yet
The South Central Sect ion of tho
Woman's Union of the First Congrega
tional church met this afternoon
at the home of Ms. Clyde Graham on
South High street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stockton and
daughter, Miss Zoe Stockton, are regis
tered at the Inside Jnn at the Panama
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Roberti and
.ii..riitAf T.iiiiHn nf f'nlnrsfln Snrinys.
'Oiornoo, is vibiuiijs ai, me uum- w
Mr. Roberti's sister, Mrs. J. H. Evans,
of 732 North Commercial street.
The aid society of the Woman's Re
lief Corps will meet Thursday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Mary Howd,
157a State street. All members are
cordially urged to be present.
Miss Mable Withycombe, daughter of
Governor and Mrs. Withycombe, is vis
iting in Portland as the guest of Mrs.
McKellip, at Wheeldon Annex.
The first session of the state eonven
tion of the Oregon Congress of Mothers
and Parent-Teachers association was
held this afternoon at (orvallis, open
ing a four dttvs nrocram renletc with
events of an educational and economic
nature, and scheduling addresses by
many prominent speakers, authorities
on subiccts of general interest to the
convention delegates. Detailed prepa
ration for the entertimment or tne
delegates has been made by the citizens
of (.'orvallis, through their commereial
club, their college residents and the
association committees. A large at
tendance of between .'!00 and 400 is ox
nneted from nil nnrts of the state, and
na elaborate reception for the visitors
will bo given tomorrow night by the
peoplo of ('orvallis. Among other num
erous topics contained in the program
for the mothers' convention are: t'iiild
welfare, widows' pensions, juvenile
court work, the immigrant child, ami
ihn viilim t.f n iiiiivpruirv pilncnt.ion.
Governor Withycombo will be present
to give one of iho opening addresses of
welcome' this evening nnd on Saturday
morning, ,1. A. Churchill, superintend
ent of public instruction, will deliver
nn address upon "Tho Status of the
Womit Teacher in the Community an I
Thursday morning, Mrs. George tier
linrer. stale repent ol' tiie University of
Oregon, will sjicak on "The Value of
a University I'.dncatiun." The conven
tion will close Saturday morning.
The Parent-Teachers association of
Mountain View school, Polk county,
will give a box social Friday evening,
October 22. An exceedingly good pro
gram will lie given ny -miss i.avon
Coppock and Mr. Charles Gillard, of
tho Anna liodgcrs Fish School of Ex
pression. They will be assisted by a
male quartet and by the young people
of tho school und community. MrB. W.
J. Whito will give several vocal selec
tions. The proceeds will be used for a
piano for the school. At this meeting
the members of the school district will
effect a permanent organization of the
Parent-Teachers association and all in
terested urn urged to attend. The ladies i
are requested to ining luiicii unsiiets.
V ck A
Quickly Yielded To Lydia E.
Bridgeton, N. J.-"I want to thank yon
ft thousand t;meg lor tne wonaenui
good Lydia K Pink-
Compound baa done
for me. I suffered
very much from a
female trouble. I
(had bearing down
bains, was irregular
nd at times could
ardly walk across
the room. I was
mable to do my
housework or attend to my baby I was
so weak. Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound did me a world of good, and
now I am strong and healthy, can do my
work and tend my baby. I advise all
suffering women to take it and get
well as I did." Mrs. FANNIE COOPER,
R.F.D., Bridgeton, N.J.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful
drugs, and to-day holds the record of
being the most successful remedy for
female ills we know of, and thousand
of voluntary testimonials on file in the
Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass.,
seem to prove this fact
For thirty years it has been the stand
ard remedy for female ills, and has re
stored the health of thousands of women
who have been troubled with such ail
ments as displacements, inflammation,
ulceration, tumors, Irregularities, etc
If you want special advice
write to Lydia E. Pinkham Med
icine Co., (confidential) Lynn,
Mass. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman
and held in strict confidence.
A. K. Tlimn, of Albany, was in the
lr. Mark lliiyter, of Pallas, was in
the city yesterday.
I reil A. Taylor, of Stayton, was
registered at the Bligh yesterday.
George Vick motored to Portland this
J. W. I.use was in Salem yesterday,
from Can by.
I. I). Gilmer, of Quinaby, was in
the city yesterday.
John Eastman was in the city Tues
day from AuniBville.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Shaver are vis
iting in Portland today,
Joseph H. Baker of the Barnes store,
is in Portland on business.
('has. Robertson and fnmily, of Aums
ville, arc in the city today.
K. 0. White, of Falls City, was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
M. W. Amstutz, of Macleay, was
in the city yesterday on business.
T. G. Bligh returned, today noon
from a business trip of several days in
K. J. Adams, of the Arcnz Construc
tion company, is a business visitor in
Br. Butler, of Independence, was in
the city yesterday to attend the meet
ing of the Polk-Yamhill-Marion Medi
cal Society at the state hospital.
Dr. Clinton Foster, a dentist of Dal
las, was in the city last evening to at
tend the meeting ot the Polk-Yamhill-Marion
Medical society held at the
.State's Most Prominent Edu
cators Scheduled to Take
Part In Program
For Smith, Ark., Oct. 20.j-Scvcn men
under indictment in cases charging
wholesale ' moonshine " conspiracy to
defraud the Cnited States out of mil
lions over a period of years here plead
ed guilty today. They will be sen
tenced Thursday. '
A IILa VV
"None for You, Teddy!"
Can't blame a boy for keeping all he can get of the
You'll know why when yeu taste the new delicious flavour along with a
body and tender crispness that don't mush down in cream.
In the new process of manufacture, intense heat expands the interior
moisture, raising little pearl-like "puffs" on each flake a distinguishing
feature of the
New Post Toasties
Your grocer has them now.
It is expected that about 330 teach
ers will attend the Teachers' Annual
Institute of Marion county which will
begin its three day cession in tiiis city
Monday, October ".". County School
Superintendent W. M. Smith has se
cured an excellent list of speakers, for
the institute and the most prominent
educators of the state are scheduled to
take part in the program. The general
assembly of the institute will be held
in the auditorium of the Salem high
school and the special departments will
bold their sessions in separate rooms of
the same building.
The general program will be in charge
of County Superintendent Smith and
J. E. Dniillette and J. W. L. Smith,
supervisors. The resolutions committee
is composed of J. H. Collins, of Wood
burn; Hoy Glass, of Jefferson; 11. M.
James, or Silverton, W. C. Gauntt, of
Stayton, and F. S. Gannett, of Salem.
Ono half of the time will be devoted
to general addresses nnd one half to
department sessions. The following is
a list of the special instructors who
will take the lead in the dicussions:
J. A. Churchill, state superintendent
of public instruction, Salem. Oregon;
Ij. H. Alderman, superintendent Port
land city schools, Portland, Oregon; O.
M. Elliott, superintendent Salem city
schools, Salem, Oregon; K. D. Resslcr,
department of education, Oregon agri
cultural college, C'orvallis, Oregon; M.
S. Pittnian, Oregon normal school,
Monmouth, Oregon; J. C. Nelson, prin
cipal Salem high school, Salem, Oregon,;
B. W. DeBusk, department of educa
tion, University of Oregon, Eugene, Or
egon; F. L. Griifin, Leader Boys' and
Girls' clubs, Oregon agricultural col
lege, l orvallis, Oregon; K. T. Heed, de
partment of English, Oregon agricul
tural college, C'orvallis, Oregon; Emma!
II. Frazelle, instructor, Portland, Ore
gon;" Mamie Xi, Fulkerson, institute in
structor, Salem, Oregon; Lillian Dinius,
Oregon state normal, Monmouth, Ore
gon; Lela Aultman, Oregon state nor
mal, Monmouth, Oregon; Margaret Cos
per, primary supervisor, Salem schools,
ralcm, Oregon; Harriet II. Heller,
Boys' and Girls' Aid societv, Portland,
Oregon; Charles H. Jones, editor Ore
gon Teachers' Monthly, Salem, Orecon.
Monday, Oct. 25, 1915.
9:30 to !:45, Ojning.
9:45 to 10:30. Address. "Profession-
al Progress" E. I). Kessler.
10:30 to ll.:15,tl)epartments: Rural,
"School Discipline," M. L. Fulkerson;
I'nmary, "Heading." Margaret (.'os
ier; Intermediate, Beading, Lillian
i ,i i I, u - A .K-n .......I KI.nl.l ...
..... ...... i, x lui'irius Ol JT-
School, "Com so of Study," J. A. Chur-
11:15 to 12:00. Departments: Rural.
"A Few Time Savers," M. L. Fulker
son; Primary, "Reading," Margaret
Cosper; Intermediate, "Hemline." Lil
lian Dinius; Advanced, "Problems of
Organization," (). M. Elliott; High
School, "Round Table Discussion," J.
1:30 to l:."il, Opening.
1 :5ft in -ll 1.1.1.... (iTl,. ti.m-
j .-s,;, jut- i iiiiu-
sophy of the Teacher," J. A. Churchill.
-:.' to .1:1.1, Departments: Rural,
ivocal History in Oregon Schools," J.
A. Churchill; Primary, "Language,"
Margaret Cosper; Intermediate, "Lan
guage," Lillian Dinius; Advanced,
"Problems of the Recitation," '(. M.
IClliott; HiKh School, "Student Hon
or," K. I). Ressler.
3:15 to 3:30, Keeess.
3:30 to 4.30, Address, "The Adaption
of tne Gary System to the Ordinary
School," L. R. Alderman.
Tuesday, Oct 26, 1915.
9:00 to 11:30, Opening.
9:30 to 10:1.5, Address, "The Para
mount Importance of the Rural
School," E. T. Heed.
10:15 to 11:00, Departments: Rural,
"Reading," M. L. Fulkerson; Primary,
"Heading," Margaret Vesper; Intemie-
omie, --spelling," Lillian OiniiiB; Ad
vanced, "Problems of the Recitation,"
O. M. Klliott; High School, "The State
Course in Knglish." E. T. Reed.
11:00 to 11:15. Recess.
11:15 to 12:00, Departments: Rural,
"Teaching Children to Study," M. L.
Fulkerson; Primary, "Reading," Mar
garet Cosper; Intermediate, "Disci
pline," Lillian Dinius; Advanced.
"Problems in Discipline," O. M. El
liott; High School, "Round Table," J.
1:30 to 1:50, Opening.
1:50 to 2:30, Address, "Play and Its
Meaning to Child Life," B. W. De
Busk. 2:30 to 8:1.-1, Departments: Rural.
Scat Work, "What and How," M. L.
Fulkerson; I'rinuirv, "Numbers," Mar
garet Cosper; Intermediate. "School
Management," Lillian Dinns; Ad
vanccd, " I'roblenis in Discipline," O.
M. Klliott; High School, "Adapting the
High School to the Needs of tiie Pu
pils," 11. W. Ieltuk.
3:15 to 3:30, Recess.
3:30 to 4:30, Address, "Parent
Teacher Organizations," Emma Fro
aclle. Wednesday. Oct. 27, 1915.
:K) to 9:30, lulling.
9:30 to 10:30, Addreea " Club Work"
F. L. Griffin.
10:15 to 11:00. Departments: Rural,
'.'Geography," M. K Fulkerson: Pri
mary, "Writing," Margaret Cosper;
Intermediate, "Writing," Lola Ault
man; Advanced, "Problems in Disci
pline," O, M. Klliott; High School,
-rtoiina Tahle," J. (.'. Nelson.
11:00 to 11:15, Rwesa.
11:15 to 12:0O Address, "What to
say in Telling luildrea the Life Story"
1:00 to 1:10, Opening.
1:10 to ):45, Address.
1:45 to 2:30, Addrtaa, "Tilt Coavert
eU Public," M. S. littmaa.
Ioadoa, Oct. 20. Premier . Aquit
pasted satisfactory night aad waa im
proved at daybreak, thong k will bo
confined today, ia phyiiciaa"
Fall and Winter Supplies
For Women, Misses and Children
NEW HAIR BOW RIBBONS in plain and novelty,
Peryard 19c to 65c
NEW COLLARS, Collar and Cuff Sets, Ostrich and
Novelty Neckwear -25c to $2.50
GLOVES There is a treat in store for you at our
Glove Counter we have in stock all the ' new
FaUshad $1.00 to $2.50
CARTER'S ELASTIC RIBBED KNIT UNDER
WEAR in all the wanted weights and kinds for
women and children.
NEW SILK PETTICOATS, in changeable shades,
plain colors, elastic fitted tops $2.98 to $7.50
NEW COMBINATION CLOTH and SILK DRESS
ES. A large range of sizes $12.50 to
NEW CLOTH COATS
NEW FUR TRIMMINGS
NEW LEATHER BAGS, HALLOWE'EN NOVEL
TIES, PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS.
U. G. Shipley Co.
145-147 North Liberty Street
NOTICE TO TaIpaT-
Notice is hereby Eiven ,l-,
on Council of the Chy of
n ha, deeugnated Vel- 0
;mber lot), urn; c,infWT. v.
ing public meeH ..A " ' k'J.
the City of Salem, 0B(M1 of
cil Chambers in the Citv nil '.Cw"
purposo of discus; .'u . ? "'. ' tb.
ithe year 1916, in ofl&
sion Laws of 1913 and 1915 k
i duc1 Jlget for the vear li
isaid budget consists of the'f.n
City attorney . .. '
--, , hi
6. Marshal's salary".'.'.'" ??.0
7. Salaries, police d
ment . ;
, 8. Expense, city jmf .
9. Salaries and main't'eii'.
ance fire department
10. Health officer
Hi Incidental expenses
health officer ..... '
12. Public parks .....'.'.'.'.'
13. Lighting "
14. Engineering and VuY.
15. Bond redemption
Hi. Tablic library '.'
iS. Maintenance of public
xz: r.x'"i. B loom,
20. Fuel, citv hoi!
21. Incidental expenses of
22. Salary, police matron..
23. Salary, police matron,
O. K depot '
21. Wrter supply, fire
25. Boi d interest and in
stallments 2ft. "Xfr'iTltpnitnr'n nf l,ni,l
27. De:iciencv from stiwr
fund lovy 1 1-2 mills .... 4.669 4?
28. Redemption of sinking
fund "on 11,700.00
29. JSanitnry and plumbing
Total : $104,400.00
30. Saltiry, street com
31. Material and labor
street department 12,470.00
32. Construction and main
tenance, city bridges 4,000.00
Total I 17,550.00
Special Sewer Fund.
33. Installments $21.00, in
terest, $21,000.00 45,000.00
34. , New sewers 7,050.00
Preparation To Bring
Brings In Amount Due to
The members of the Horticultural
Firo Relief and the Oregon Merchants
Mutual who have failed to pay their
assessments are adverse to testing their
cases iu court according to Insurance
Commissioner Wells. Four suits against
members who are in arrears have been
prepared by Attorney Donald W. Miles
but iu each instiiuce the members paid
their claims and the suits were drop
ped. In all about 200 bus been col
lected since the receiver received per
mission to sue from the court. A num
ber of the members have been holding
off in their payments until the matter
had been thrashed out in the courts
but none seems to be auxious to be the
"goat" of a test case and have the
costs assessed to hi in.
In cusc the suit vi decided in the
courts against the policy holder the
costs of the action with the attendant
attorney's fees will 'be taxed against
the defendant in addition to the origin
al amount of the assessment. In most
cases the assessment bns been for small
sums nnd the costs would toinunt to
nearly a much ns the original amount.
There remains about 15,000 to be col
lected by the reeeivn- rrom the policy
holders in both companies and there are
about 300 policy holders in Marion
county. In the state at large there are
approximately 2.."UO policy holders who
will probably be sued by the receiver
if they refuse to pay their assessments.
From the funds already collected In
surance Receiver Harvey Wells has
been able to pay off about 22 per cent
Total $ 52,050.00
Grand total 174,600.00
General license fees $ 5,300.01
Receipts city recorder's
Interest on city fuuds 2,000.00
of the clain.8 against the company of
members who have suffered fire losses.
Mr. Wells is preparing a petition to
offer to the court to sue all the mem
bers jointly in each county who have
failed to pay their assessment and di
vide equally between the members the
amount of the tost and expense of this
litigation. He believes this plan will
expedite the -collecting of the assess
ments and will reduce the cost to each
member where judgment is secured.
With Bleeding Heart
Draws Bloody Sword
London. Oct. 20. "With bleeding.
neait, me wavs .iavo been torcel to
draw the sword against their one time
friend Bulgaria, said an imperial man
ifesto received hero today from retro
grad. This announced to all Russians that
Bulgaria had been perfidious to Russia,
though assured of gaining Macedonia
through other means than war on Ser
bia. "The Russian people regard with sor
row the treason of Bulgaria," said the
statement, "which was so near to it
i, f 1 1 l .... T ... C , . Y
., im-r looi. ipff l!lfl
7 mills tax levy on assessed
valuation of $11,700,000.00
for that part of budget
and estimuto designated ns
general fund, excepting .
sinking fund loans 81,900.00
1 mill tax levy on total as
sessed valuation of $11,
700,000.00 as a part of
general fund for replacing
sinking fund loan 11,700.00
1.50 mills special street and
road tax levy on assessed
valuation of $11,700,-
4.50 mills special sewer
fund tax on assessed val
uation of $11,700,000.00
for installment $24,000.00,
interest $21,600.00 Rnd
new construction $7,- , '
Total estimated revenue
otnl estimated revenue
from all sources for
all funds WW"'
Troposed tax levy for School Dis
trict No. 24 seven (71 mills. .
CHAS. V. EI.OIX,
Date of first publication tho W'h
HAS A LONG JOB.
re Voo Set
Th Fod4Hnti lor n Agoa
FotUanta, Invalids nd Growing cJulJren.
Invigoralesthe numingmother J iKt agei
R wahfd grain in powdei ana.
A wck kick trcpanl b t nuratc
Take a Package Horn
Umi yow My "HORUOX'S"
rom may gat m mtmUtmt.
Seattle. Wash., Oct. 20.-1 red M
confessed bandit, today faces a term ci
K venrx in the wiiiteiitmry lor
and with !.:... i. i ' ...i.i., . i' the Kverctt
bluing heart draw the sword against 'in,Jrtlri,an ad North Queen Aw.
her, leaving the fate of the betrayer of ,frppt ,, Sentence was imr,l'J b'
the Slav cause to the just punishment 'jn,, c Mitn Gill.
: Salem's Educational Directory :
Music Business Law Art
Schools and Colleges
Capital Normal and Industrial School)
Term of 12 weeks opens September 13-15
13th and Wilbur Streets, Salem I
Opens September 1315
Carl O. Doney, President.
I. H. Van Winkle, Dean ef La 8CJWU
Music and Art
Miss Beatrice Shelton
Teacher of Piano.
Studio 345 Marion 8U fhone 12i9
Prank E. Churchill, Tianiste.
Fupil of Emil Iiehling, Cricago; gradu
ate of Western Conservatory, Chicago.
Stodio Rooms 1-2, Opera House Bldg.
Res. Phone 1671-R,
Miss India Barton
Teacher of Voica and Theory
Studio Room 404 Hubban Bldg. Besi
denee 1017 ' North Twentieth ttreet.
Dan F. Langenberf
Late pupil of F. X. AreM.
Studio 31415-16-17 Hubbard BW
Tiaoist . .
Liachitezhy Tochnie and Dunaijg b.'
tea of Improved Music fc4y '
William Wallace Graham
, Teacher of Vtolla . v
rtirdl of Soyal Higfc School, Berlin, Germany, vmitt J'kim'1?Jl
lean, Halir and Market. Letters of highest commendation from
Nina and one half year European iperienca. X ipciaJ d w
8wdi m SatnrCvyi of each week at Hotel Marie ror rKB.t? gV
Phono hotel or inquire of MlM Mary Bchniti, Asshrtant, 180 . CH