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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1916.
Easy Housekeeping Methods
I&yor Harley Q. White Will
School for Better Food and
ducing Mrs. Vaughn, at the Armory,
Monday Afternoon, at 2:30
I In order to get
i if of Fie Capital Journal j
j Home Economics School, be ;
sure to attend every day,
f beginning Monday, June 5
:! To Be Held at
Program for Monday
Grapefruit and Pineapple
Helpful advice in regard to scientific
housekeepuiff methods will be given by
Mrs. Knte Brew Vaugmi, the cookerv
expert who will lecture in the armory.
next week under the auspices of the "There is no reason in the world,"
Capital Journal. This instruction is ( asserts Mrs. Vaughn, "why a woman
not technical nor hird to follow. Mrs.; should bo a slave to her own home. 1
Vaughn's talks are simple and clear j am nut trying to advocate anything so
taJi'JiK and her methods nre of theicialistie or radical. I believe mirdi
Rl7 that women who do their own (can 1k done to emancipate women from
work can take home with them and ' household drudgery by scientific man
apply in the household management, jagemeut. If men had been doing houae
No Ordinary Cooking School work for as many years h women have.
In one city where Mrs. Vaughn wasUtiey would long ago have eliminated
lecturing she overheard a woman in a ', the waste of enargie thai is every
hotel say, "No, I am not attending, j where to be seen, and would hav in
I never did care for cooking schools .traduced system and efficient business
or poultry shows." The women of Sa-i methods to their housekeeping. "
lent are assured that they will miss a.) The Capital Journal's second Better
great deal by not attending Mrs. Foods Better Homes school is a home
Vaughn's lectures and rookery lea-, making course for women, and all house
Open Capital Journal's Cooking
Better Homes, by Intro
the full bene-
the Armory ii
sons here. They are not in liie nature
of poultry shows nud are not on a
parallel with the ordinary cooking
schools. She is one of the finest Better
Foods Better Homes lecturers in the
country, who in her talks encourages
women to look upon housekeeping us a
profession and cooking as a very nec
essary and important art. Many easy
methods and short cuts will be suggest
ed in her new program that will light
en tlie labors of t ie woman who does
her Own work without in any w.iy de
tracting from the efficiency of her ser
vices as housekeeper and homemaker.
Don't Be A Drudge
NAVAL BILL PASSES
BY VOTE OF 358 TO 4
Carries Appropriations of
$180,000,000 and Is Larg
est Ever Passed
Washington, June 2.-Jh fcouse this
afternoon passed the administration
naval bill. The vote was 358 to 4.
Washiugton, Juno 2. News of the 24
hour naval battle between the British
and (.ierman fleets in the North sea
spread like wildfire among members
of the house, fighting over details of
the naval bill, to be voted on this aft
ernoon. The reported destruction of 12 or
more British vessels and the damaging
of many others by a German fleet, said
to be smaller in number, vcas immedi
ately grasped as nu argument by many
for a larger United States navy than
proposed in the bill.
The bill, with the biggest naval ap
propriation ever reported, has a build
ing program to cost $180,000,000.
was understood the republican
minority would attempt to have the bill
re-committed with instructions to add
two dreadnaughta to the program.
The Tillman plan for $11,000,000 gov
erniucn owned armor date plant carrieu
as amended, by a voite of 2:15 to l:!ij.
A lust minute effort to obtain a larg
er building program failed when the
house rejected by a vote of 180 to IH.'i
.Representative Browning's motion to
recommit with instructions to the com
mittee to change the bill so as to pro
vide for two dreadnaughta, six battle
cruisers, six scout cruiser SO subma
rines, 28 destroyers, two fuel ships mid
material increase in personnel.
Warden Minto Thanhs
Salem Fire Department
In a letter to the mayor and council
Warden J. W. Jlinto extended his
thanks for the service rendered dur
ing the recent fire as follows:
"Permit me to congratulate your
selves and the city you represent upon
the splendid organization you have pro
vided in the form of the Salem Fire De
partment. We had on the 18th a good
demonstration of its promtpness, intel
ligent discipline and effectiveness, in
tie response made -when fire assailed
th shops of this institution and
threatened their destruction and that
of tharlr Talnnblc contents. Your tire
department was on hand in an incon
ceivably short space of time and soon
rendered mien service that the flames
wore checked before the really import
ant parts of the building were dam
aged." PERTINENT PREPAREDNESS
TOR THE POULTRYMAN
By C. C. I.amb, Extension Poultry Spe
cialist, O. A. C.
When the chicks are weaned away
from the hens or brooders, nd other
farm work begins to press, don't for
get that the growing flock still needs
careful attention. Your reward of
first eggs laid by the pullets about
November 1 will be determined by
how well you have kept the birds de
veloping under favorable conditions.
A 6 inch by 8 inch open front, shed
roof, portable colony house furnishes
an ideal shelter for maturing chickens
on the range. One hundred chicks can
be accommodated in a house this size
until tho cockerels are about broiler
size, when they should bo separated
and sold or moved to 'other quarters.
Cusunlly all the pullets may remain in
tho hoiwe until mature.
A splendid place to locate tho col
ony house is along tho edge of a corn
field or sun flower patch or in an
orchard. Plenty of great food should
bo avnilablo during the entire sum
mer. Summer kalo or rape makes good
green foods during the dry season
when properly handled.
Now is the time to ulnn the Bumdv
of green food for next winter's layers,
Provulo for a patch of kale or some
other crop of succulents 'for winter
Be sure tlmt the chicles nm ronst-
iug on perches as soon as old enough.
there is usually trouble ahead if they
huddle together at night in a corner.
Fresh ground, free range and plenty
of shttdn are important and profitable
factors in raising poultry.
If individuals becomo diseased, kill
by cracking (or dislocating) tho neck, ' Subject morning sermon, "Bid Me
and burn the carcass. jCome Unto Thee. " Christian Endeav-
lor at 7 oVlock Plnnsanf Sunday even-
The coUiny house should be dry and,'n(? service nt 7 o'clock. Address by
well ventilated and free from draughts. William L. Finley, slate biologist of
Drinking and feed dishes always
need frequent cleaning.
Never relax vigilance in watchinc
jor nee nun miles.
keepers in Snlem are invited to attend;.
Mrs. Vaughn endeavors to give to
women already engaged in making and
keeping homes, the Bort ot domestic
science training their daughters nre re
ceiving in the high schools. Informa
tion intended to serve the women of
this generation, to improve the homes
and bring grenter""comfort and happi
ness in each day's work, is inclnded in
Mrs. Vaughn's lecture and cookery
Good cooks and cooks not. so good,
housekeepers successful and otherwise,
club women, domestic winnc teachers
and students, brides and business wom
en are all invited to attend the Capital
.lournal's second Better Foods Better
Monies school in the armory next wwk.
All are sure to gain much valuable
knowledge in regard to tre ordinary
and homely art of preparing three good
meals a day. The school opens Morfday
at two-thirty with splendid program.
Coin the waste itufi with a New To
Vo. 1228 North Winter (treet. Sun
lay ter vices: Sabbath school 9:45.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:45 p. mx.
W. J. Johnston, pastor.
Sunday services as follows: Knee
drill, 9:30 a. m. Sunday school and
Bible class, 10:30 a .m. Christian
praise meeting, 3 p.m. T. P. L., 6:15
p. m. Salvation meeting, 7:45 p. m.
Week night services every night except
Monday and Thursday. Capt. and Mrs.
Corner of Chemeketa and Cottage
streets, Richard F. Tischcr, minister.
Sunday school at 9:45 o'clock, adult
class 9:45 o'clock. Miss Ethel Fletcher,
superintendent. The Rev. James D.
Corby, D. D., of Portland, will occupy
the pulpit. All friends of liberal re
ligion and of progressive thought are
cordially invited to our services. Bring
Swedish Tabernacle, M. E.
Corner South Fifteenth and Mill
streets, Rev. John Ovall, minister. Suit,
day school at 2:.'t0 p. m., after which
there will be a Bible talk. .Mrs. Kdvv.
Olson will have charge. All welcome.
First M. E.
State and Church streets, Richard N.
Avison, minister. 9:00 a. ni., Class
meeting. 9:45 a. m., Sabbath school,
Messrs. Schramm and (iilkey, superin
tendents. 11:00 a. in., Willamette uni
versity commencement. Baccalaureate
sermon, President Carl Gregg Diinev.
3:00 p. m., Farewell meeting of the
Christian associations, university
chnpcl. Prof. James F. Matthews, pre
siding. I:.10 p. m., Intermediate Lea
gue. '"Opportunities of Our Latent
People," leader Dr. Avisou. (i:30 p. m.,
Epworth League, "Opportunities of
Our Latent People," leader Mji.Lloyd
l.ee. i :.iO p. m., Anniversary services
of the Christian associations. Sermon
by Prof. John O. Hall.
Leslie Methodist Episcopal.
Biblo school, 9:45 a. m., Joseph Bar
ber, superintendent. Morning worship,
11 o'clock. Epworth League, 7 p. ni.,
topic, "Opportunities for Our Talent
People," leader Miss Oral McLain. Ev
ening service at 8 o'clock. Prayer meet
ing, Thursday, 8 p. m. AH are cordial
ly welcome to these services. J. C.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday services are held at 448 Che
meketa street, at 11 a. m. and" 8 p in.
Suoject of Biole lesson, "God tho Only
Causo and Creator." Sunday school at
9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening testi
monial meeting at 8 p. m. Reading
room in tho Hubbard building, suite
303, is open every day except Sun
days and holidays, from 11:45 a. m. to
4 p. m. All are welcome to our serv
ices and invited to visit our reading
room. . ; .
Corner of Highland and Elm sheets.
Knbbath school, 10 a. m., Mrs. Myrtle
Kenworthy, superintendent. Meetings
for worship 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Junior in church annex 11 n. ni. Chris
tian Endeavor, t!:.'!0 p. m. Prayer meet
ing, Thursday, 8 p. m. A cordial invita
tion is given to strangers and people
of Highland to attend. Josephine Hoc
kett, pastor Phone 1405.
German M. E.
Comer Thirteenth and Center streets,
A. J. Weigle, minister. Sunday school
at 10 a. m., Henry Gralapp, superin
tendent. Communion service lit 11
o'clock, conducted by Rev. Oeorge
Tlartung, of Portland. Testimonial
meeting nt 2 p. m. Epworth League at
7:15, Henry Carl, lender, and sermon by
Rev. Hartung nt 7:45.
St. Paul's Episcopal.
Robert S.' Gill, rector. Holy commun
ion 7:.'!0 a. ni. Choral celebration, with
j address 11 a. m. Evensong and addresB
I 7:30 p. m. JSundny school, 9:45 a. m.
No. 241 State street. Regular Sunday
afternoon meeting at 2:30 with a 30
i minute song service. Evangelist Hendv
j will bring the message and hi swife ns-
j mst m gospel song. Good time assured.
An open nir meeting at 7:15 p. m. will
precede the 1 uesilay and Friday even
ing services. All things common and
I Conducted On uood oh! (round linfw
Come. Mr. and .Mrs. F. W. Carpenter,
James Elvin, pastor. Sunday school
at 10 o'clock, W. I. Stalcy, superinten
dent. Horning service nt 11 o'clock.
Music morning and evening bv chorus
ehoir, Wm. McGilchrist. Sr.. director.
vregon, mid concluding with moving
pictures of the wild birds, wild animals,
fish hatcheries and scenic beauties of
Oregon. Everybody invited and every
uony welcome. inursdny wevetiing
meeting nr h o'clock, children's (lay
win tie ccleliratcil in this church next
Sunday morning and evening.
East State and Eighteenth streets, G.
Koehler, pastor. Sunday school in Ger
man and English nt 10 o'clock. Divine
service at 10:30 a. m. There will be
no evening service. '
"Christ's Method of Conquering
Evil" is the subject of the evening
crmon. Service hour is changed to
i.i.i ii ciock. ino morning sntiiecf i
"The Sin of Slackness." Music by the
chorus choir. Sunilny school meets at
B:4!i o'clock with claws for all ages
nnd stages of Bible knowledge,
Jason Lee Memorial
At the corner of Jefferson and North
Winter streets. J. Montcalm Brown, pas
tor. Sunday school nt 0:45 a. ni.. K. A.
Harris, superintendent; Mrs. W. C. Em
mel, superintendent primary depart
ment. Preaching service nt 11 a. m.
Class meeting at 12:15. Junior League
si .jc arr I
Our Store would be a good place to visit and inspect
Genuine Leather Suit Cases
Genuine Leather Traveling Bags ;
Well made Trunks . . J. . $6.00 to $30.00 Ward Robe
at 3 p. m., and Senior Epworth League
at 7 p. in., anil preaching service at 8
p. in. Strangers speciuly welcome to
W. C. T. TJ.
John Wood r'in will speak at the
Rump Memorial hall at 4 o'clock Sun
day. You are invited to come and en
joy a good address.
South Salem Friends.
Corner of South Commercial mid
Washington streets, H. E. Pemberton,
pastor. Bible school at 10 a .m., B. C.
Miles, superintendent. Meeting for
worship and preaching at 11 a. m. and 8
p. m. C. E. at 7 p. m. Prayer meet
ing at 7:45 p. m. Thursday.
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Try Capital Journal Wsnt Ads.
BUY MOW I
100 pairs of three-fifty to four Mkx, white new buck
Shoes, all sizes; also white canvas nmps in best grades,
all so at
100 pairs white hid pumps
up to four dollars while they
,50 pairs mens and women's Shoes, button and lace,
all good grades, black and tan; broken lots, while
50 pairs ladies small sizes, broken lots, good shoes,
sold up to $4.00, go while they last, at
Month oi June
Is suggestive of vacation, going home, to the seashore cf
some other trip, which means that, you must have baggage.
MILTTARY TRAINING. j
President D. (I. Scofield of the Stand-1
nrd Oil company (California), niuioun-1
ces that, this company intends permit-;
ting a reasonable number of itss em-1
ployees to attend the Regular Army j
Instruction canni at Monterey, between i
July 5th mid August 10th. and will j
grant such employees-four weeks' leave I
of absence for this purpose, without
p'rejiulice to their advancement and
without loss of salary.
"That announcement and tho one
made a couple of years ago, when the
company stated that any employee who
responded to a call to arms in the state
or national military or naval service
at a time of mar or other emergency
would not jeopardize his position with
the company, are declarations of policy
bearing, not on 'preparedness," says
'iI..IHl f. of F""P,"'WI tly... iM
m Mr.il. V WW. fc i.t iw.. ii
Full Swing Here
and oxfords, all sizes, sold
on All Repair Work
M'l ni 'I IWWPWII in mi m
v if) A
our line of baggage.
$3.50 to $10.C0
$1.50 and up
Trunks . . . $10.00 to $30.00
President Scofield, "but on the rela
tions of employer and employee.
"The company wants to impress upon
every employee that ho is n free Hgnt
when Hie tpistiun of service to his
country is concerned, entirely free to
net as his sense of patriotism may di
rect, and in su-h contingency has the
unqualified approval of his employ-
JUDGE GALLOWAY WELL TALK
The hist meeting; uf the season of
the Woman 's club will lw held at the
library club rooms next T uesd iy after
noon. This will be the occasion of
the n n mm I reception by th club of tiiw
pioneer women of tho county. Judge.
William Galloway of Snlem will ad
dress the ineetaing. I'olk County Jteni
326 State St.
Next to Ladd
& Bush Bank
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