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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOI RNAL. SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1916.
By A LINK THOMSON
Miss F.ilen Thiclseii is the week end
Client of Mr. and Mrs. William Thiel
tca at their cuuutry home "Derry Ur
The MisMes Carrie anil Bertha Moores
i l'ortland are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Jf. -Moon's.
Mrs. S. 11. Jessnp of Boise, Idaho,
who has been a guest at the residence
of A. K. Strang returned Thursday.
On the occasion of her birthday an
niversary Miss Helen Peterson was
given a jolly surprise party by the
Kosebud Sunday school class at her
home 235 Wilson street on Monday
Games furnished the evening's iliver
aion and later refreshments rounded
tiut the gayeties. There was as usual
tv beautiful birthday c.ike wreathed
with pink rosebuds nnd ailorned with
fifteen lighted caudles, each being set
in the. heart of a tiny rose.
Those participating wore: Mrs. Helen
(ibb, the Mi set's Arneta Roberts, Hel
eo Hardy, Helen I'eterson, Alice ltor
' -hardt, iiucile Olnen, (iladya Olsen,
Kdith Seanister, Mildred .ludson, Flor
ence Sinuuons, l.eomt Morgan. I.edn
A jolly time was en joyed by i crowd
of l''.pw-orthians from Liberty, who mo
tored to Prospect Hill Wednesday
evening for a picnic.
The evening was spent in playing
games and Inter a supper was enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hauscr of Eu
gene have been visiting relatives for
Wedniwdav the North Salem Worn
en 's club met at the residence of Mrs.
W. K Fargo. During tho afternoon
iiWrs were elected for tho year as
President, Mrs. W. P. Fargo; vice
yresidont, Wrs. If. W. Klgin; secretary,
lira. J. IMIumphreys; assistant secre
tary, Mrs. I. C. JJeers; treasurer, Mrs.
iuring the cherry fair an open air
performance of the pla" iliiwntha"
.Will bo given by the children of North
Nulem under the auspices of the club.
Mrs. K. I). Lamb is coaching the pi ly
ers. Tiie following committees have been
selected bv wie president:
Civics Mrs. F. L. Purvine, chair
man; Airs. J. B. Shank, Mis. E. Tall
man, Program Mrs. Lloyd B. Wilson,
rliairman; Mrs. v.airio Chapel, Mrs),
tiny O. Smith.
Magazine Mrs. Roy F. Shields,
chairman; Mrs. uolin Dubuis, Mrs.
M uy Churchill.
Social Mrs. H. W. Klgin, chairman;
.Vrs. K. K. Fisher, Mrs. h. King, Mjs.
E. (J. Smiin, Mrs. A E. iiiickestein, Jr.
membership Mrs. G. L. Beers, chair
man; Mrs. E. D. Lamb, Mrs. I' E. Ura
ber. Campfiro guardian Mrs. John Du
buis; assistant guardian, Mrs. T. G.
Miss Gene Belle left today for Tort
land where she will be tne guest of
Mrs. Theodore Arnez until after the
Mrs. II. V. McClenn left Thursday
for Ontario, CJanada. Kuroute Mrs.
McCleoii will visit in Chicago.
Miss Jessie L. Bass returned to Se
attle jfter a visit with Mr. anil Mrs.
George G. Brown and Mrs. W. B. Bun
can. Miss Bass has many friends in
Salem, having formerly lived here.
The homo of Miss Gladys Luthy was
the scene of a jolly party Thursday
when a number of Willamette Univer
sity students gathered for an Informal
The evening was passed in playing
progressive Hook. Dainty refreshments
closed an enjoyable time.
Those preient were: Mr. and Mrs.
John Gary, Miss Ada Ross, Miss Marie
Luthy, Miss Laura Ross, Miss Gladys
Luthy and Harvey Wilson, Tinkham
(illicit, Howard Jewett .uid Harold
Friends of .Miss Sarah Roland will
be grieved to hear lint she was taken
to the Salem hospital this morning
where she underwent a serious oper.i-
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
Mrs. Llovd Wilson left this morning
for Portland, where she will spend the
Fred 8. Bynon is in Arlie on real
Mrs. C. Z. Watson left this morning
for New York City.
J. It. Shields is in Albany attend
ing to business affairs.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. J. H. Jacobson or Hil-
verton are in the city.
Mrs. Schindler lett i.vesteriwy lor
Little Falls, Minn., to be away several
Xina Wilhelm of Salem wag reg
istered yesterday at the Oregon hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Claire V lbbert left to
day for a two weeks' motorinrr trip
to San rrancisco.
Mrs. Ivan Farmer left 'yesterday for
a visit of several weeks wuu relatives
it Columbus, Ohio.
W. II. Stcusloff and famtlv motored
to Corvnllis this morning to witness
the O. A. tj. pjgennt.
After a short visit in tne city,
George Harris left yesterday for his
home at Wadena, Minn.
With the close of her school at Tual
atin, Mrs. A. L. Conger is home for
the summer. She has been teaching at
Tualatin five years and was re-elected.
Prof. Krans and wife of Tualatin
are in the city and will spend their
vacation studying at the Capital Nor
mal school. Mr. Kraus is principal of
the Tualatin schools.
Mrs. P. L. Krazier and Mrs. Ray L.
Faimer went to Corvnllis tins morning
to witness the third annu.il pngoant
produced by the physical culture at the
Oregon Agricultural College.
The wholo family will enioy reading
tho Capital Journal.
Mrs. Vaugh Wins Mothers Thru Girls and Boys
WILL TELL WHAT GOOD FOOD DOES FOR SCHOOL CHILD REN-GIVES FREE LECTURES
AND COOKERY LESSONS HE RE NEXT WEEK
tju!wi&y'i " "w
Mrs. Kate Brew Vnughu, the do
mestic science teacher who has been
becured by the Capital Journal to givo
a series of lectures and cookery les
ions in thu Armory next week, is a
woman with a mission. It is to arouse,
other woman to the importance of good
housekeeping methods and good homo
cooking. But this j not her only inter
rst in life. Indeed, lit the bottom of
this and all her work, lies tho desire to
help boys and girls grow up into use
ful men and women. With threo boys
of her own, she is interested in any
thing which makes for better boyhood
and manhood. As a mother and ns a
lecturer, she is blessed with a clear
vision of a boy's nature and his needs.
Hhe believes in training which de
velops strong bodies nnd moral self re
liant character:!, which enables them
to think and to act clearly and rightly.
Thousands of mothers throughout tho
country are keeping house better nnd
more contentedly, thousands of children
are getting a better start in life with
well prepared, nourishing foods, thous
ands of men aro belter appreciated ns
loving, liard working providers nnd
. many homes have been saved from
dhipwTcck by the loving and wise
counsel of thi big hearted .sweet faced
woman who makes helpfulness to others
the end and aim of liur existence.
This is Mrs. Vaughn's second visit
to Hnlitm. Every dny next week she
will give a helpful talk ou himicnia' ing
ideals, right living, economical spend
ing and kindred topics, and every day
this will be. followed by a lesson in
good old fashioned cooking by modern,
itcientififl methmls. All of these lec
ture and cookery lessons will be given
it two-thirty in the afternoon except
the one on Saturday which will be held
in the morning. These six Better Foods
Better Homes sessions will be held at
the Armory and ar entirely free to the
women of .Snlem and vicinity. All are
invited to attend and give Mrs. Vaughn
A lieaity welcome
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IN OREGON PROPERIY
Farm Loans Total ' Nearly
$2,000,000 at Average
The insurance companies of Oregon
have invested a total of $25,013,244 in
mortgage loans, bonds and realty in this
stntc according to a report issued by In
surance Commissioner Harvey AVcl's.
The real estate owned by the companies
and fraternal benefit societies through
their local lodges is not listed, how
ever, and it is estimated that this sum
would total several million dollars
worth of property as there are some of
the wealthiest lodges in tho n&tieu lo
cated in this state.
The following investments of the in
surance concerns are divided as fol
lows: Mortgage loans on city and
farm property $12,509,977
Municipal, school, road and
miscellaneous state bonds. 10,801,(590
Intorurban and street rail
way bonds 2,417.000
Real estate owned 184,571
Investments of fire insurance corn
panic (mutual and stock), total $2,875,
0S7. Investments of life insurance com
panies, total $17,706,54(i.t7.
Investments of miscellaneous insur
ance compnnies, total $728,41)3.25.
Investments of fraternnl benefit s
oieties, total $4,(103,148.12.
The total amount of farm loans and
interest rates by all insurance compan
ies in tho state of Oregon follow:
$ 31,000 at 5 per cent
$ 183,000 at 0 per cent
$1,350,000 at 7 per cent
$ 182,150 at 8 per cent
08,500 at 9 per cent
103,975 at 10 per cent
Total, $1,918,025 (average) 7 1-4 per
Total interest paid $139,104.50.
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I Annual June White Sale i
NOW IN PROGRESS
Offers Remarkable Values in Every Imaginable White Good Item
Richardson's Linens in matched sets Novelty Neckwear
Annual Commencement at!
ArmoryClass of 109 Will
The tenth annual commencement of
tho Salem high school will be held this
evening, at the armory, beginning
promptly at 8 o clock. The largest class
in tho history of the Salem schools
will be graduated, numbering 109.
Tho address of the evening will be
delivered by Dr. Carl Gregg Doney,
president of Willamette university, tak
ing for the subject of his discourse,
The Elements of Leadership."
The evening's program will open
with the singiug of a selection trm
Kobin Hootl by a mixed chorus from
the high school and other numbers. Hiss
Fura Minton and Max Alford will sing
a duet by lie Koven, "Beautiful
Dreams." Principal J. C. Nelson will
make the presentation speech to the
class and tho diplomas will be given by
B. J. Miles, chairman of the school
It has been requested tkat no flowers
be presented at the armory, nor any ap
plnuso gives during the presentation of
diplomas. The immediate friends and
relatives of the graduates will be giv
en reserved seat tiekeU, which will en-
titlo them to seats in the center of the
armory. All other scats are open to the
public and of course there is no charge.
The board of education is as follows:
B. J. Miles, chairman: A. A. I.ee, vice-
chairman; K. T. Barnes. M. O. Buren
nnd II. O. White. W. II. Burghnrdt, Jr.,
is clerk of the board, and O. M. Elliott,
and linen by the yard.
. Handkerchiefs and Art Linens
Towels and Toweling
Bleached and Brown Sheeting
White Wash Dress Goods Cambrics
Batiste Long Cloth
Satin Bed Spreads
Crochet Bed Spreads
Bedding and Blankets
White and Colored Outing Flannels
Every item, except a few contract and consigned items,
"Extraordinary Low Prices, Quality Considered"
Infants' and Children's Wear
Women's Lingerie Dresses
Women's Silk Dresses
Children's Tub Dresses
Porch and House Dresses
Middie Blouses .
U. G. Shi
145 N Liberty Street
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Some Have to Keep on Until
They Almost Drop. How
Mrs. Conley Got Help.
Here ia a letter from a woman who
bad to work, but was too weak and suf
fered too much to continue. How the
regained health :
Frankfort, Ky.-"I suffered so much
with female weakness that I could not
do my own work,
had to hire it done.
I heard so much
about Ly ilia E. Pink
Compound that I
tried it. I took three
bottles and I found
it to ba ail you
claim. Now I feel as
well as ever I did and
am able to do all my
own work again. I
recommend it to any woman suffering
from female weokneas. Yoa may pub
lish my letter if you wish. "Mrs. James
Conlky.516 St. Clair St, Frank fort,Ky.
No woman suffering from any form of
female troubles should lose hope until
she has Riven Lydia E. rinkham'a Veg
etable Compound a fair trial.
This famous remedy, the medicinal
Ingredients of which are derived from
native roots and herbs,, hag for forty
years proved to be a most valuable tonic
and invigoratorof the female organism.
All women re Invited to write
to the Lydia 10. Plnklmm Medi
cine Co Lynn, Ma for pcia
advice, It will bo confidential.
Says Party Must Be Kept In
tact to Make Republicans
Washington, June 2. Clifford Pin
chot, chief forester under Roosevelt,
today spent considerable money advis
ing progressives of which he is one, to
maintain a separate organization, re
gardless ox the republican convention 's
action at Chicago. In full -page news
paper ads he urged this course.
At the same time he urged the nom
ination of Roosevelt bv both narties.
iiiifhot's plan calls for keeping the j
progressive party intact behind Koosc
velt, while reminding republicans of
the fact that it polled more votes in
1912 than the republican party.
lie wouhid have progressive urte
with the republicans "to meet the pres
ent crisis," but alter it is met, lie says,
the progressives should bo in a posi
tion to have "something to say as to
whether this nation shall be run in
the interests of the magnates or the
To this end, says Pinrhot, the pro
gressive organization should bo main
tained in the states as well .s national
ROKAXK At the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Charles ermehren, 14
South 18th street, Thursday June 1,
mid, Mrs. Sarah A. Roinaue, in her
Besides her husband, she is survived
by seven children.
Funeral services were hold this af
ternoon from the chapel of Webb and
('lough. Burial was in the Odd Fel
STONF At the Will.imette Sanatnr
inm, June 1, 191(5, Mrs. lva K. Stone,
in her 2"ith year.
She was the wife of A. L. Stone, who
lives at Winter and Electric streets,
liesides her husband, she is survived by
a thre year old dniinhter.
The body was sent tiiis morning by
Webb And dough to Newberg for bur
The Beavers are doing first rate
awav from home, and it is possible
that winning will be a fiicd habit with
them when they return.
EIGHTH GEADE GRABS
Out of 31S eighth grade pupils who
took tho state examinations 1.13 will
receive diplomas. One hundred and
eight more couditioncd in one or two
studies and will remove these condi
tions in the June examinations. Seventy-seven
failed to make the required
The highest average received at this
time was that of Agnes Knuscher of Su
blimitv, who totaled D7.3 per cent in
all of the subjects in which she was
examined. Mervin Fidler, Salem route
No. 3, second with 97, and Theresa
Heuberger, Sublimity, third, with 9t.4. '
Vollnwinir is a mirtinl list cf thp
Aiirasville Mary Alluis, Pl.fi; Clem
ent Crane, 93.4: Lerov Albee, 92.3.
Sublimity Mnrv Sehulte, 92; Ida
Koeuig, J7.1; Hililegard Zuber, S5.2;
Agnes Rauscher, 7.(tj Theresa Heuber-(
Queen Quality Shoes are the choice o
millions erf women who know their good
points from experience. There in a good
reason for Queen Quality, popularity it is
found in the style, fit, comfort and long
wear given by these good shoes and at
prices that any woman can afford to pay.
Let your next pair be "Queen Quality."
NEW McGILCHRIST BUILDING
415 State 114 Liberty
gcr, 9ri.4; Elizabeth Frank, 94.3; Ver- Hottinger, 91.3; Henry Nteinfcamp, 98 7.
oncia Hendricks, 93.5; Cecilia Hend-1 Stayton Kdwin Keech, 92; Robert
ricks, 91.7; Alphonsus Schmid, 89.4; ; Tengne, 87.2; Anna Kpamol, 91.7; Hugh
Ferdinand Benedict, 90.9; l.eo Boedig-1 Rossell, 81.9; Kthel Wirth ' Hrt.3; Norm
heimer, 87.7; ' William Odenthal, 87.7; : Fulton, 91.2; Agnes Kirgch,' S5.3.Muy
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More nourishing than tea, coffee, etc
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