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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 29, 1916.
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No coal, wood or ashes
to lug no waiting for
the fire to burn up. Bet
ter cooking because of
the steady, evenly-distributed
perfect control. All heat
concentrated on the
cooking andnot radiated
around the room. The
long, blue chimneys
prevent all smoke and
Bakes, bolls, roasts, toasts.
Mora efficient than your
wood or coal stove and costa
less to operate.
ASK YOUR DEALER TODAY.
For Sale by
Salem Hdwe. Co. Buret. & Hamilton,
Ray L. Farmer Hdwe. Co. W. VV. Moore,
Spencer Hdwe. Co. Imperial Furniture Co.
E. L. Stiff & Son,
For Best Resufts
Use Pearl Oil
and a cleaner,
In 1, 2, 3 and 4
burnersizes,wiui cr without oven.
Commencement Program Be
gins Wednesday, Lasts
Marion County Boy ,
Makes Good in Marines
In an official bulletin issued by
headquarters, United States Marine
Corps, Washington, appears the name
of Francis J. Stewart, of thin city, as
having qualified as an expert rifleman
in that moat interesting branch of the
Francis, who is a son of Mrs. Anna
Stewart, R. I). No. 2, Salem, enlisted
in the United States murine corps at
its Seattle recruiting station on De
cember 2, 1915, and is now serving at
the marine -barracks, San Diego, C'al.
'awaiting transfer to expeditionary
duty, where ho will have many inter
esting and exciting adventures, or to
a cruising battleship which will visit
strange lauds and give the Salem
youth an excellent opportunity to see
Considering the fact that Stewart is
scarcely more than a recruit, his per
formance in gunnery is looked upon
by marine corps officials as little short
of marvelous, and they expect him to
break many marksmanship records be
fore his enlistment expires.
THAT BAD BACK
Do you hive a dull, steady ache in
the small of the back sharp, stabbing
twinges when stooping or lifting dis
tressing urinary disorders? For bad
back and weakened kidneys Saleni res
idents recommend Doan 's Kidney Pills
Read this Salem nun's statement.
Joseph Wint, retired blacksmith, 00$
High St., Salein, says: "My buck and
kidneys bothered me.' My kidneys were
disordered and.nry back seemed to
lose strength. Short use of Doan's
Kidney Fills soon put me right."
(Statement given December 12, 1912.)
On April 11, 1916, Mr. Wint said:
"My opinion of Doan's Kidney Fills
is just the same today as it was when
T gave my first endorsement. I
haven't h.id any of that former trou
ble now for several years and I give
them credit for bringing such lasting
Friee liOe at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Fills the same that
Mr. Wiut has twice publicly recom
mended. Foster-Milburn, Props.. Buf
falo, n. vr.
The seventh annual commencement
exercises of Kimball college of Theol
nKy began yesterlay morning with tho
baccalaureate sermon by President
Henry James Talbott, at the First
Candidates for the diploma this year
are Dow De Long and William Nicholl.
For the degree of Iiaclielor of Divinity,
the candidates are Franklin Merrill
Jasper and Thomas David Varnes.
The commencement calendar is as
Wednesday, May 318:00 p. m. As
Kcception by President and Mrs. Tal
bott to the students and friends of
Thnrsdiiv, June 11:011 p. m. As-
sehinblv hall Holy communion.
Friday, June 2 2:.'!0 p. m. Assemb
ly hall (iradunting exercises. Address
"The Preacher's Message,-' Rev. Rob
ert F.lnier Smith, 1). D.
4:30 p. m. Annual meeting of alum
ni, 7:00 p. in. Alumni banquet.
Friday, .Tune 2 2:;i0 p. in. Assemb
ly hall Processionnl, Professor Frank
Wilbur Chace, Mus. Doc,
Invocation, Kev. T. U. Ford, D. D.
Commencement address, "The
Preacher's Message,"' Kev. Robert F.l
mer Smith, D. D.
Solo "Divinity Hymn," Bucll, F
S. B.iiton. " "
Charge to graduating class FreiiJ-'iit
Carl Gregg 'Douey, Ph. D.
F isentation of Diplon as n.d con
ferring of degrees, 1'iesidei't Henry
lar.-es Talbot t, D. D.
Prayer and benediction, He v. J.
J CITY NEWS I
WHY THE BEST;
Its Rich, Sweet, Mellow Flavor Has
Been Famous for a
MADE OF CHOICEST RED BURLEY
The seoret of tobacco satisfaction is
known only to the man who chews
plug tobacco. The reason is that a
good chew gets right next to your
taste, while the leaf in plug tobacco is
in a state of fresh, juicy richness that
is not possible in any other form of to
bacco. There's no tobacco in the -world that
can give you the hearty, wholesome
flavor that you get from a delicious
chew of Spear Head.
Spear Head is made exclusively of
ripe, red Kentucky Burlcy the most
richly-flavored chewing tobacco that
grows. Still more, only the very choic
est red Eurlcy leaf is used for Spear
This choice leaf is selected with the
most painstaking care, is stemmed by
hand, is thoroughly washed free of all
foreign matter, and is presrod into
Spear Head plugs so slowly that not a
drop of juice or an atom of the nat
ural flavor escapes.
Try Spear Head, and you'll get a
sweet, mellow, luscious, satisfying chew
that cannot be obtained in any other
tobacco. In 10c cuts, wrapped in wax
We have an extra lot of choice
Sn'awbcrries and fresh vegetables for
tomorrow as we make one delivery m
a. in. Phone us your order early. J.
L. Bnsick & Son. Plume 1S2. All or
ders phoned in the morning will be de
livered. Luther J. Chapin returned yesterday
from the "Logged Off I.nnd " confer
ence nt Seattle. The ldgged off bind
proposition is a big one for Washing
ton Mr. Chapin said and another meet
ing will be held at Seattle nt the time
of the land products show, some time
The Cherry fair committee will meet
next Thursday evening nt 8 o'clock nt
tho Commercial club. At this meeting
it is expected that all those who have
been appointed on committees will re
port what progress has been made. The
meeting is also called in order th." t
plans for the fnir may be definitely de
NOTED LECTURER RETURNING TO SALEM
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Tomorrow, Decoration day, is a legal
holiday. All blinks in the city will be
closed, all dry goods stores und furni
ture stores, and in fact it is expected
that all stores will show their patriot
ism by closing for tho day. The only
exception to the general closing is the
grocers and butcher shops, which will
probably remain open until noon.
The Hebejtah lodge will give a ban-
quetthis evening in the Odd Fellows
hall at 0:30 o'clock. Following the
banquet, a program of music and short
talks has been arranged. The business
of the evening will include the semi
annual election of officers. For the
past six months, the office of noiiie
grand has. been held by Mrs. l.aMnine
Paul Vv. Jiiller, woi y oider cloik,
and Oscar li. . Duniap, delivery clerk,
I r" .- ;it t . jo m! Miipii is ot
Salem nt the state .convention to lie
hi Id ut Oregon City, June 21 l'h"
alternates ar,; lien II. Dinger, d'Vlding
clerk, and FlifAsi in wall, distributing
cleik. The selection of delcg ! a was
made at a meeting, called Sjl-rdity
Kenneth Clair Legge, son of the ar
chitect, has completed his course in the
high school and has decided to gl'a
uate with the class next Friday even
ing. He completed the course in three
and one-half years, making nil the re
quired grades. The graduating class
now numbers 109, of which 04 lire gills
and 45 boys. It is probable that about
S5 of the graduates will attend college
the coming year.
Eight hundred seats will be reserved
I ridny evening at. the public school
commencement exercises for the im
mediate relatives and friends of "the
109 graduates, and for those associated
with the public schools. These seals
will be roped off and there will be no
ndiuission in the reserved section with
out tickets. All other seats in the
nouse ire open to tiie public, and there
.till e !'.D chnrg.' Mitevor.
Charles H. Glos, deputy supreme dic
tator of the Moose lodge for Oregon
was in the city yesterday and prom
ised lieujamin Brick that Corvallis
would be well represented at the Mouse
celebration to be held in Salcin June
24. Oofficers of the Salem lodge will
go to Corvallis Wednesday evening of
this week to interest the Corvallis
Moose in the program and jiiiuge for
a large attendance.
Charming Comic Opera Under
Direction Miss Minietta
Will be one of the finest attractions
ever staged by amateur company in
Salem. The voices are splendid; the
chorus of f0 bright young people are
rendering the tuneful music of Robin
Hood ill an excellent manner. There !
are some fine soloists in this chorus
w ho can handle their parts well. There I
is life, fun nnd action throughout thei
entire opera. The sheriff and Sir Guy I
in the charming trio, then with their
live funny tinkers who come to the
greenwood to spy on Robin Hood; Thru
the placing of the sheriff in the stocks!
to his rescue thru the drinking
scene to the finale the wedding scene
are sure to keep the audience in u
roar of laughter. Mr. Smith's fine
baritone voice shows off to good ad
vantage in this music, although a comic
part, Mr. Smith, Mr. Alford and
Mr. Saif deserve much praise in that
they were first to learn their -lines.
Mr. Zinu is a natural comedian, he
never does his part the same way twice
but always fitting tiio part, just to sco
him is to laugh. Mr. Alford is carry
ing tiie role of Robin Hood with ease
and confidence with his rich high
baritone voice. Mr. Harris has nil un
usually luw voice for a high school
student and is doing well the Armourer
and the tailor songs. Mr. Sarf as the
jolly tat Friar brings honor upon him
self in auctioneer solo, ami his splendid
interpretation of his lines. Victor
Reed as Little John has fino opportuni
ty for his voice in the song "Brown
October Ale," and holds a dignified
position as first leader of the outlaws.
Miss Luia Alintoii has a high so
prano voice, clear and sweet, and is
sustaining the part of Maid Marian
very ably, heathen Driscoll as Allan
A Dale aW Althea Ksch as Annabel
are very young lovers, who appear in
nearly every scene. They are singing
their parts well. Then last comes Miss
M.irybelle Reinhnrt as funny old Dame
Durden who thinks the sheriff is her
long lost husband. Miss Reinhnrt is
showing ability in handling this part.
The choruses keep moving through out
the opera. Miss Merinm has success
fully trained a number in a very at
tractive Morris dance. The chorus is
doing excellent work. The sopranos
being led by Miss Hnzel McGilehrist.
Those who will attend this open
next Wednesday evening at the high
school should be in their seats by 8
o'clock sharp, to hear the fine over
ture played by the orchestra.
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. The contest for membership, collec- '
tions nnd new members between the I
Sunday schools of the First Christinn
church in Salem and the First Christinn
church of Portland, closed Sunday with
the points in favor of Salem, with a ;
score of L'4 to 15. Yesterday's attend
ance for Salem was 409, compared to i
Portland's 309. Tho Salem church so-,
cured seven new members to four for1
Portland, while Portland scored with a
collection of $14.45) compared to . 10.07
for Suleiii. The contest was held during
the months of March, April and May.
Oalsworthy ' "Justice" will be pi
sented by two companies next yen-
one headed by John Bnrrymore, tho
other by O. F. Ileggie who' was An
drodes in "Androcles and the Lion."
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Many inquiries have come to the . homes ani for generations to come.
Capital Journal regarding Mrs. Kate, She has lectured in almost every large
Brew Vaughn, who lectured, two yeirsjcity in the United States. She will be
go here. Reports from her work this! remembered by a host of friends here
season in nearby cities have renched'as a lecturer who is notably worn inly
Halem housewives and they have been! ami highly cultivated,
eager to know when Mrs. Vaughn j It is hard to believe when one looks
would again lecture here. They will ' at her smooth cheekc and rounded
he pleased with the announcement that I throat and into her beautiful clear,
she has been engaged for the week of 'brown eyes, that Mrs. Vaughn is old
June- 5th, and will lecture every day enough to be the mother of a large
ef that week at the armory. Mrs. family. To get her to apeak of herself
Vaughn is perhaps the most popular, or her work is rather difficult, but
and successful of the lecturers connect- she does love to talk ihout her family,
ed with the National Better Foods (It i well known here that she has be
Better. Homes movement and is doing come Interested in the matter of good
commendable work for American I foo l und its effect upon tie develop
ing of young lives through tho care of
her own family. Seeing great possi
bilities in this work, she took it up
as a scientific study, availing herself
of the very excellent talent which the
south afforded Blld later going to Bos
ton. Last summer, Mrs. Viughn
studied nt Columbia and the educators
of that institution are deeply interest
ed in her Better Foods Better Homes
work and consider it a very high type
of home education.
Mrs. Vaughn 'is to again lecture in
Salem nt the armory nnd begins her
engagement hero Monday, June !)th.
Her program is new anil her lectures!
and cookerv lessons are free. i
The Artisan lodge, with Its strong
membership, "'has become interested in
the contest for queen of the Chiny
fair, and has presented the name of
Miss Kstella Wilson, of the Shipley
store. Miss Wilson is a member of the
"La Area Club" of the ArtisaiiH nnd
was with the club at San Francisco
when the drill team was awarded Lrit
prize for the best drilled team in the
northwest, winning over two I'oiti.ind
teams. Tho Moose lodge is also sup
porting Miss Wilson.
A ducking in the creek running
through the high school athletic field
is in store for eight high school stu
dents next Wednesday. On the after
noon of that day, the freshmen and
sophomore teams of the high school .will
engage in a tugo'f-war, and according
to the custom the teams will be on the
opposite side of the creek when the tug
ging begins. When it closes, eight of
the boys will be taking an annual creek
bath. Tho contest begins at 1:30
' Senator C. P. Bishop, as delegate to
the republican national convention nt
Chicago, June 7, will leave next Thurs
day morning, accompanied by Mrs.
Bishop. They will travel from Portland
on a special train provided for the Orel
gon nnd Washington delegntcs, going
by way of the Northern Pncific and
Milwaukee and St. Paul. Tho special
will arrive in Chicago at 7 o'clock Sun
day morning, June 4, and tho Oregon
delegation will establish headquarters
8t the Sherman hotel. After the con
vention, which it is thought will lust
the greater part of the week, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Bishop may visit several weeks
in the east, although nt present their
plans have not been definitely decided
on. Mr. Bishop goes as a Hughes dele-
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