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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1916
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iVb Social Distinction
In Army Recruiting
l"l;it.t.il)iircr ('!iiri. I'.'I'l li.iilun
Army C'nmpsi of Military lntrurtioii.
Heuior I'iviiuii Ao t .luiic
.1 to II), All 10 to Sopt. ll, .lulv 2 to
Auff. S, Sept. 8 to I'i't. (I.
Junior Division tgv 1" to "I; July
C to Aur. 10.
I'lxponsi'S about JSo por man,
riattfhur;, N. Y. Juno .1.- Miijor
(Jonornl l.oiuinr,t Wootl oomiii:iiiiliiij( tlio
llcpartmont ot tlio luit, want it ui:iilo
vh'Hr that tlio training ciunp uhii'li
oppiuvl lioro to'iay is" for oxory Ameri
can I'iti.on who wi-ilio to lio of niil to
lii country in ciii of wtir,
lio calU'it rcportors to liis lioailipiar
tors to c't at ret rtintoi1!) that llioro
were or wouM lio, nny social ilistim'
(ion nlintonT shonn in ro rii it i iiji inon
for tlio fain;.. ,
" l'i'i'pari'(iio'5-i." Major (lonoral
Wooil, "has osuitjlit on. So far moio
tliun .(llin lmiinoss inon ami others
have sit,'ne,l 'for the I'latlslmrj,' ininp
Iiih year. A'uoni; these there are a
'le.'it nnmljer eollejje Httnlents. 1'rin
eeton is leailinj; with the largest enroll
ment of the colleges. We ex pee I to
have U'ttvven l),0lHl to L'o.PiiO men
hero this year.
"Tim sminmor instruetion canp idea
is favored 1 y many persons who run
not join us. A woman wrote mo recent
ly offering to pay the expenses of eight
yonn; men at l'lnt tslnti'i,'.
"1 have received ninny letter lor an
opportunity to help in this way. As
tvo weeks is not long enough to enip
n man with the necessary traiuiiis; for
service, I wish to urjje employers to
extend vacations of their employees
who nro nt the camp to a month. This
seeins the least time in which to ins
truel properly a man iu the duties and
ri'iiiiienieuts of a soldier.
"The governor of Virginia and S.
Carolina appointed committees in the
cities and towns of their states to or
piuie group ''or the camp, and their
rv'presentations is late."
NTiss liertiia Hiuok is a contestant
in the Mtavtoa Mail's 1 L i sul'seription
contest. Here is ti chance for her
friends and acipmintenuuces to give her
ll boost so she can w in one of the beau
Miss Olndys IIenel of Jefferson
spoilt the weelv end at the Jessup home.
Twelve yomi( folks froai hero drove
to Turner Niturduy evening; and at
tended a party at the Vieker home, The
whole eroJ rode in stoldet' I'ack-
The rresliyteri.m (hurch will have
Children's ilay eereiss here June 11.
Tlie Sunday s hool i also planuini; on
holding n rally the 17th of the mouth.
The Liberty team played an exciting
flime of ball here Sunday afternoon
with the home team, with H,'otis eatch
er nml Kussell pitcher. inriou won with
a final sco'e of 4 to X This name one
of the best of the .season, hud a few lit
tle nccidents, but litckilv, no one was
J. Dencer aud wife and 0. Cliritmui
find wife were Stajton visitors lu
Mrs. V. Nla rt i n and Janitors l'.ve
lyn nnd Mildred of West Sttiyton spcut
Sunday wita friend nnd relative!
The Christian KuJeavor xlcty held
n iiocial meeting at the E. K. fleii; no mo
Krid:iy fven''iit. About f"rty f ve mem
lr and visitors attended. After an
ovening spent in playing, a dainty sup
f win solved by the hostess, Mrs.
Honors, who wa a.-sisted by Mrs. I!.
Afrs. i 0. Davis of Salem has lieen
vinktl tig ut tlio A. W. Kephart home
Hie p-vt week. In u sh,irt tim she will
depart far Ksstcrn Oregon whe- nho
will ma'co her foture home Stsvton
Mr. and Mrs. t)sbi.rn Cnss of Port
land visited at the homes of J. K. Leh
man and Ld Wideman several days last
week, formerly living near neighbors
at Alberta. Canada.
Mr. and .Mrs. M, IL Hosteller visited
at the home of C. (J. Voder Snndav at'-teiuoou.
Onion weeding eusou i on.
Cnss'ulv has a (arm nnionnt nf
out and a hunch of iollv weeders tlmi
are working hard to keep them free
i roui wootis.
I Mr. and -Mrs. Duu Lias and children
'took dinner with Dan Cood aud faiuilv
I Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ilart.ler and
little son visited at the home of Silas
! Voder Sunday.
j Sum Kaufman and family and
Imra Kseh took dinner with 1.. D,
: er aud family.
S. 1.. Miller and wife spent Sondav
afternoon with Levi Christners.
Alr.s, 1). J. Voder and her ueiee who
has beeu visiting with her sev oral davs.
iook uinuer witli istrs. Susan Lias last
Mr. und Mrs. M. H Hosteller went
to W'ooduurn on lui!iness Tnesdav after
I The members of tVe Hopewell church
'observed Memorial Day by cleaning the
i cemetery and fixing the grave,
l.oren Clirislner of Molath was the
1 guest of Ray Kaufman Saturdav night
1 and Sunday.
I Jool I'ishor made a business trip to
j Hubbard Tuesday. Hubbard Enter
REVIVAL MEETIN' TIME
Jly JAM KS BARTOX ADAMS
How boldly it stands out among the pictures of the past,
The old brick church set in the edge of the forest dark and vast,
And round it tinientained slabs of stone to mark the resting-place
Of generations who had died full ripe with Christian grace?
Aud the aged white haired minister in dress all frayed and old,
A shepherd pure nnd meek of heart who loved his rural fold.
Hut- oh. when the spirit thrilled, how- he'd make the sinners climb
lly words of burning fervor in .evivnl nieetiu' time!
I yet inn hear the rousing hymns come forth in thrilling notes
Like flamings of religious fire from Mothodistic throats,
As 'long t'.io aisle with tcary eyes the isnners made their wav
To kneel down at the mourner's bench in penitent array.
" Tin ii. sinner, turn, why will you die?" in chorus grand nnd stroag
Came forth in fervor-driven waves from that religious throng,
And ''Jesus waits to lift the load" in melody sublime
Went echoing through the forest in revival moetV time.
Before me conies a smiling face framed in with curly hair,
A little charming rustic flower, surpassing neat and fair.
Whose voice in silvery .sweetness seemed inspired to angel song
As stood s'.ie in tlie Christian choir to help the cause along.
1 often felt my stubborn heart give wny to her appeal '
And she would raise her voice in song with modest Christian zeal.
And how T'd bend to catch the words of everv sacred rhvuie
"When Tolly joined the singing in revival meetin' time.
When services were over every night she'd take my arm
And in the starlight we would walk toward her father's faun,
And in a low, impressive voice that seemed to thrill niv heart
She'd beg me to forsake my sins and make a Christian start.
I Half serious and half in fun I'd promise to repent
Some day and lead a better life, and oh! the thrill it sent
Through all my being when she'd hum some ineludy divine
To turn my thoughts to heaven in revival meetin' time.
I'd never breathed a word of love into her pious ear.
Hut well the little fairy knew I hold her very dear,
And eve'y sparkle of her eyes kept signalling that she.
Despite my wicked sinner ways, thought everything of me.
One night while walking 'neath the stars along the lane I told
The story of a manly love as pure as virgin gold,
And' in a trembling voice she said it almost seemed a erimo
To listen to a sinner in revival moot in time.
Kext night the minister's appeal pierced deep a contrite heart
And as they all arose to sing I saw sweet. Polly start
Toward me, and within her eyes, lik sunshine through the tears,
I read the answer to the plea I'd poured into her ears.
As unresisting as a child 1 let her take my hand
And lead me forward on a start toward the Promised land:
She led me from the darkness into light that seemed sublime
Our love by heaven was sanctioned in revival meetin' time.
Long years since then have passed away, our heads are crowned with
But warm my gratitude yet burns for that eventful night.
And very often as into her patient eves 1 gaze
I see that lovelight yet aflame as iu our youthful days.
We soon will hear the plashing of the grim old boatman's or
Who comes to vow us over to the bright immortal shore.
And as we cross our voices will like the bells of heaven chime
In singing some obi sonnets of revival meetin' time.
To Auction Off Social Position
For One Day Only Is Scheme
VOLUNTEER TIRE DEPARTMENT.
I tlubbard needs a volunteer f're do
jpartaient, organized and trained. We
ull areo that fire protection is one of
the essentials that cannot be ignored.
If the alarm should be given tonight
how mauy men are there in Hubbard
capable of doing good work, who know
how to handle the chemical fire appara
tus to best advantage? Jiut how many
have the experience we do not attempt
to any, but frequent workouts are ne
cesssrT. In cities the ui;e of Hubbard a prop
erly organi.ed and drilled volunteer die
, partment wouU', eve us comparative
assurance that ordinary fires coula kc
handled, but not unless the organiza
tion is composed of enough faithful
men, trained to do the work. The time
for action is now. Hubbard Enter
prise. Try Capital Journal Wnt Adj.
Xew York. June 3. "Here you are!
Only ,5 a day in the most exclusive
home uiXewport! Buy a chauce, and if
you wiu you'll be entertained by one of
Newport's most charming hostesses!"
This is the cry that resounded today
when the Million Dollar Allied Baz
aar began iu Grand Central I'ltlnee.
Among the inuuy things to be raf
fled off, from neckties autographed
by poets to high power touring cars is
a free trip to Newport aud a day's en
tertainment in some villa where hither
to only those whose means are iu the
t social register have been permitted to
Just who the hostess is to be, wheth
er it is Mrs. Vincent Astor, Mrs. O. H.
1'. Belmont or somebody else has not
been disclose I.
Xot even the possibility, immediately
suggested, that some 1. W. W. persoii
might get the price and buy a chance
and win the day at Newport has deter
red the Newport hostesses.
Another alluring chance that will be
sum is --lie nay oi ladylike thrills,"
I only men may compete for this, and the
i lucky winner is to be handed the fol
lowing nice teminiiie thrills.
A morning trip with Katherine Stiu
son in her airship, a regular scorcher
of a ride with the most daring woman
automoliilist the committee can find,
an afternoon spin with Mrs. ,1. Stuart
Blaektou in her motor boat, several
hours of posing for niovies as the
hero in the most strenuous play that
can be found and dancing in the even
ing with Florence Walton as partner.
France's 2u0.090 exhibit is aiade up
largely of weapons and war parapher
nalia and is iu charge of the Marquis
de I'olignae, special representative of
the French government for the baz
aar. Among the many interesting featur
es of the exhibit are two aeroplanes
and a hydroaeroplane, captured from
the Germans, a big collection of parts
from a Zeppelin brought down by
French, guns and oOOd steel arrows
which Teutonic aviators rained dowu
ou ground occupied by French troops.
There is a big mortar of the type
used by the French troops, several cap
tured German guns and hundreds of
articles of every day use made by
French soldiers in the trenches.
The two captured German aeroplanes
are of the Albatross type. One of them
was shot down "somewhere iu France"
by French antiaircraft guns and the
other fell inside the allied lines after
being subjected to a hot fire from
French aviators. The hydroaeroplane
was shot down at sea by gunners on
board allied warships off the Belgian
coast. There is 100 tons of the exhibit
The baraar. which is to cost approxi
mately $1,000,000 will last until June
H. The proceeds, expected to total near
the million mark will go for relief work
in Allied countries.
The affair is national in scope and
will be directed by representatives of
every patriotic allied order in the I'n
itcd Mates and Canada.
Members of tiie committee directing
the bazaar are Mr. Joseph H. Choate,
Mr. Myron T. Herrick, Mr. William F.
McCoombs, Mrs. William Alexander,
-Mrs. ,1. Borden Hurrimaii, Mr. Frederick
H. Allen. Mr. Gifford Pinchot, Mrs.
Barrett Wendall, Mrs. Fiske Warren,
Mrs. Schuyler van Rensselaer, Mr. Aug
ust Belmont. Mr. Hoard Elliott, Mr.
Frank H. Mason, Mr, A. Barton Hep
burn. .Mr. Horace E. Andrews, Mr. S.
P. Berton, Mr. Edmund L. Bavlles, Mr.
C. A. Coffin, .Mr. W. P. T. 'Hollings
worth, .Mr. WilLyim Greenough, Mr.
Ralph J. Preston. Mr. Francis L. Slade,
Mr. Henry W. Taft, Mr. Cornelius Van
derbilt, Mr. Whitney Warren, Mr. Wnl
bridge Taft. .Mr. John Moffat, mt. Jas.
Marwick, Mr. August W. Keller, Mr.
Edwin G. Merrill aud Mr. Jauies A.
A. H. Woliard and wife were Stay
ton visitors Saturday.
Rudolph Kusy, wife and little son,
Eddie, and Mrs. E. Forrette aud dau
ghters Leona and Tresa motored to
Mrs. Steiniger of Salem visited the
week end at the home of her .lnn,l,t..,-
Mrs. A. Wolf.
Mrs. Councilman and daughter Wilnia
called on Mrs. Arthur Florette Fridnv
Tim Sweet and family have moved
to Brown's logging camp on the Whit
ney ranch for the summer.
Mrs. Loose called on Mrs. Guusaules
Mrs. Price Speer and son Jack return
ed home Sunday after a week's visit
at Junction City.
Mrs. Nick Schmitz visited at the
home of Cha. Lee near stayton Fridav
Wilferd Lewis went to Macleay Wed
nesday for a short visit.
Acs Trammel returned from eastern
Oregon last Friday.
Those from here attending the circus
at Salem Tuesday were: T. V. MeClel
lan, Jas. Trammel, Lloyd Divetj- and E.
Mrs. Kemp, president of the- Oregon
W. C. T. I', lectured to a good sized
audience at the hall Friday night.
Miss Osie Condit one of the popular
young ladies of this community has
been nominated as a contestant 'in the
Mail's big subscription contest. Read
ers of the Mail may aid her immensr
by giving her their subscriptions of re
newal. Mrs. A. Wolf and Mrs. Svhieman vis
ited at the Branc h home Sunday.
, Jaha Guusauies aud son Bonnie made
fa business trip to Jefferson last Wed
The W. S. ball team went to Shair
Sunday and met defeat 10 to 12. Next
Sunday they will play at Shaw.
Frank Van Nuys of Albany visited
with home folks Sunday. Stayton Mail
JEFFERSON NEWS NOTES.
What's the matter with Jefferson for
a cool summer's resort.
Glen Bilyeu and wife are now occu
ipyiug the residence of L. K. Consor.
Misses Edith Libby and Rose Mason
were Sunday visitors" at Albany.
J. T. Jones was at Albany yesterday
as was also Miss Lilliy Skelton.
Geo. H. Smith nnd "wife went to Sa
lem Wedllesd.ir in nttnuri tV,.
or an old time friend,
Misses Vivian Shumaker and Estella
Christenson will begin their studies at
the summer school June 19th.
Mrs. William Turpin and daughter
nrrived yesterday from Vancouver, B.
C. for a visit with the lady's sister
Mrs. F. W. Allen.
The Jefferson "Tigers" defeated
Marion Tuesday and expect to annihil
ate the Scio kids next Sunday after
noon at tthat burg.
Bom: To Chester A. Brown and
wife, at their home near Buena Vista,
on May 31, 191(5, an eight pound dan.
ghter. Her name is Laverne.
Karle Aupperle is again in the Port
land hospital for an operation on his
leg. He sure has a tough time; both
legs having been operated ou several
. Only' four "vets" attended memor
ial services at the Christiau church on
last Sunday, a forcible reminder that
the last member of that gallant body
of men wdl soon be but a memory.
Miss Tillie Moore has been visitiDZ
at Portland this week.
Misses Addie X.ibhy and Jennie Burl
were at Salem Sunday.
John Gunsnules and wife were over
from Aumsville this week.
The Jefferson ball team went over
to play Lebanon yesterday.
Mrs. Fred Fieklin of McMinnville,
was voting in Jefferson during the
Mrs. Frankic Cornell and daughter
Ruby came p from Salem for decora
Fred Sanders and wife of Albanr.
were guests Tuesday at the home if
v. C. Thorns. - -
Mrs. Florence Cornell is down from
Grants Pass for a few days visit with
her many friends.
Mrs. j. A Vaughan aud daughter
Flora. Mrs O. Monson. son nnd dough
ter were Albany visitors Wednesday-:
It was rather damp for the picnio
dinner on school grounds vesterdav, but
a good time was had nil the same'
1 rof. Lombard has resigned as a mem
ber of the Jefferson school fneultv and
Winkle CCet'aeU ll-v iIi88 Keith! Va
Mrs Ooldie Kyle and children cam
down from Albany Tuesdav for 8 visit
with her cousins Dan aad'Marv Dono-
hue. Jefferson Review.
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