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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1916.
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By ALINE THOMPSON
1 1SS Mildred KuKloy, whoso wed
ding mil be a simple event of
tomorrow night, was honoree
for a charming tea given Monday by
Mrs. Curtis 15. Cross.
The affair was most informal, only
liout twenty five close friends of
Miss Ilagloy'a being asked. Mrs. Hob
rrt Kinney (Althea Moores) of Astor
ia presided orer the tea table, which
was most artistic wit'a Caroline. Test
cut roses and lacey ferns.
Assisting, wero Mrs. Frank Durbin,
W. Clyde Graham, Mrs. 'Frank Spears
Mrs. Iialph Jackson of Peoria, III., and
Miss Barbara Steiner.
Mrs. anil Mrs. George W. Gray had
as their guesrs Monday, Mr. and Mrs.
John Withyeombe (Ildii Jones) of Cor
Tallis, who are on their way for a sev
eral weeks motoring trip in eastern
and eentral Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo L. Kose have
liad as their guest Floyd Kdgerton of
Klaber. Mr. Kdgerton was accom
panied home by Miss Helen Hose who
will spend the summer with her sister
Mrs. Kdgerton (Claudino Hose). The
many friends of Mrjj. Kdgerton will
be delighted to know that she is plan
ning to visit here in the fall.
Mrs. Kdgerton was ono of the most
popular belles in the younger set, and
hs she has not been in Hnlcm since her
marriage, her visit is eagerly antici-
1 . . . will meet Wednesday (tomorrow)
About twenty-two of the younger kyemng at the home or Mrs LaMoinc
maids and matrons will gather at the C lark S23 North ( ottuge street. All
The quarterly tea of the Woman's
Foreign Missionary society of the M.
K. church will bo held Wednesday af
ternoon at the iionrt of Mrs. U. (I.
Hover 4.";t N. Winter street. Mrs. M.
('. Pindley will preside at the meeting
and an appropriate programme will lie
All members are urged to I pres
ent, as it will be a general rally
(before scattering lor the summer
The members of the Jolly Neighbors
club enjoyed an informaji afternoon
at the home of Mrs. William (Iraben
horst Wednesday. The afternoon was
devoted to fancy work and later to a
guessing contest. Mrs. K. II. I'rothero
was awarded the prize.
Those present wero Mesdamesi M.
H. Utter W. II. (irabenhorst, Jr., J.
li. Crothers, 11. J. Hauch, L. J. I.ownds,
M ,. noyee, W. C. Koone, W. Hatch,
K. II. I'rotiiero, Anna (ilenson, Charles
(irabenhorst and the Misses llorence
M'cCleory, Stella liolston, lctha Car
son and Carrie (irabenhorst. Mrs.
George (irabenhorst was the only ad
Mr. and Mis. II. S. Hello have as
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. ('. K. t'oun
robt anil sons, Ashton, Addison and
Kdward of Coeur d'Alene, Jdaho.
The members of the New Vork club
Indigestion. One package
proves it 2c at all druggists.
informal tea for which Mrs. George
O. Ilingham will be hostess Thursduy
in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Keith
Powell of Lafayette.
Mrs. .7. I). McCully and daughter,
Miss KuJa of Hood Kivcr are the
guests of the K. Cooko and It. 1).
Dr. and Mrs. If. L. Bteoves Returned
last night from a several months so
journ in the east.
A unique west side floral booth that
' attracted favorable attention at the
rivic center this year was designed by
Ford Tarpley who took tho nam of
! " Cornell-Westoverl' as a suggestion
: of an old Knglish setting; a simple
living room in minnturo making an
'effective background for the beautiful
roses grown in the distriitf. Portland
Mrs. C. A. Brown had as her guests
'flunday Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pilchard
and small son mid Mrs. I'ilchard 's sis
ter Miss Card and Mrs. Donelly of
I'ortjand. The party motored to Sa
lcm and were accompanied homo by
Miss Gretchen Brown and Miss Mary
Hayne who will visit in Portland for
who claim New Vork as their native
state are invited.
General and Mrs. William II. Byars
went to tviigene today to attend the
G. A. K. convention. They will be the
guests of Dr. ami Mrs. Waldo Cheshire
Mrs. WiHinm Morris (Minn Iluolott)
of Berkeley California, is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Kdward Weller. Mrs.
Morris formerly lived in Salem and
has many friends here who will make
her visit delightful by ninny little at
Bert C. Kennedy left yesterday for
Los Angeles where he will muko his
Miss Vera Koseniiest is home after
visiting three weeks with friends in
Miss Alma Watt of Portland is vis
iting in the city, at tli home of her
mother, Mrs. Ella Watt.
Frank J. Davey will deliver an ad
dress at the home coining event at
McMinnville Friday, June 23.
Miss Grace Hill of Portland is the
guest of Miss Reatha Hughes. She
will visit in the city about a week.
George Maclver of Salem is a vis
itor in the city. He will remain here
for several days. Kosebtirg Review.
Mayor liarley O. White and family
nro timing a ten days' vacation fish
ing along the McKen.ie near Vida, in
Miss Queen Lvnu was in Monmouth
yesterday attending the graduating
exercises of the state normal and niak
ing an address for her class.
Mis. Stanford Jones will leave to
morrow morning for Plainview, Tex
as, spending the summer with her par
entsc nud relatives.
l. A. Booth of Eugene) arrived here
this morning from Eugene in response
to a telegram announcing the serious
illues of his father, Rev. Robert Booth.
Leslie Tooze, Lainiir Tooze and Miss
Ethel Tooze left for Newport today to
spend the summer. Both of the young
men will cuter the law department of
Columbia University next full.
.Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ward and daughter,
I.ucil'i, accompanied by L. H. Osborn,
retimed yesterday evening from a mo
toring trip to Fulls City. They were the
guests of Mr. and Mis. C. T. West.
Salem people were in Portland yes
terday were G. E. Merwin, ut the Ore
gon hotel; N. B. Courtney, Seward;
W. K. Wilson, Oregon and Mr. and
Mis. J. V. Arthur at the Cornelius.
What Gompers Will '
- Ask of Democrats
St. Louis, Mo., June 33. Samuel
Gompers, president of the American
Federation ot Labor, is here today pre
! pal.(,d to make on the resolution commit
tee demands!) similar to tnose ac maue
Otto L. Fox was in the city yester
dny from Corvallis.
N. J. Peterson of Forest, Grove was
a Salem visitor yesterday.
Dr. and Mrs. II. Z. Thorp of Rai
nier, Oregon, are in the city.
Charles Piper returned from a few I asked
devs business trip at Portland.
A, E. St. Pierre, Jr., left this after
noon for a three month's stay in Chi
mi tin renublicans in Chicago.
Tin republican platform gave lalior
the promise of a stringent child labor
law, "safety first" legislation and
"extension of bureau o'f mines." This
was only a small part of what labor
If a man feels like a fool while he
is getting married, lie must feel like
a blockhead at his wooden wedding.
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AFTER 20 YEARS IN THE
PEN, WADE TO RETURN
WHEN HIS PARENTS DIE
After serving over 20 years in the
state penitentiary Frank Wade was giv
en a conditional pardon by Governor
Withyeombe today to go to the home of
his aged parents at Central Point. One
of the conditions of the pardon is that
Wade is to return to the penitentiary
when his parents die if he is wanted
by the officials of the pen. Wade cheer
fully promised to return to serve out
the remainder of his life sentence if
he is ellowed to aid his parents in their
dcclii ing years.
Wan-jwas sent up from Jackson coun
ty December 16, 1S95, to serve a life
sentence for second degree murder.
Part cf the time he has been in the
stato hospital but the prison officials
say '.hat ke has been a good prisoner
and is deserving jf a glimpse of sun
shine from the outside at least while
his parents live so that they may be
lieve, that their ou has paid the pen
alty io full for the crime for which he
was sentenced. A brother, Lawrence
Wade, was tried and convicted at the
same t;me for the same offense and his
sentence was commuted by the Governor
I.or l in August, 1HH7, and released.
Viigil A. Perrine, who was convicted
of assault and robbery, September 13,
HID, was nlso conditionally pardoned
today by the governor. Perrine is the
man who walked into tho bank at Mil-
ivaukie in broad daylight and held up
the cashier and robbed the bank. He
will return to the home of his father in
St. Louis Mo.
Paroies were granted by the gover
nor to the following prisoners who have
either served their minimum sentences
or will have completed their time be
fore the board meets next month:
Mark Giddings, Washington county,
March 21, 1915, larceny, from a school adulteiy.
house; William A. Hill, I.i-.ke comity,'
December IS, 11)14, assault with intent ,
to kill, Clinton Akers, Coos county, !
February 8, 1913, burglary; M. W. Boh-,
an, Umatilla county, July 8, 1915, lar-j
ceuy; Frank C. Wilson, Baker county, i
April 19, 1913, obtaining money under'
false pretenses; Walter Willis, Mult-j
noma county, June 9, 1915, larceny in a ;
dwelling; W. L. Holbrook, Multnomah j
county, May 20, 1915, attempt at lar- j
ceuy in a shop; James Osborn, CoOsj
county January 16, 1915, obtaining j
money under false pretenses; James j
Daley, Union county, June 13, 1014 ; (
larceny in a store; Walter Oilman, Uma-.
tilla county, February 9, 1915; larceny '
ty, December 16, 1915, assault with a
dangerous weapon; John Carlson, Clat
sop county, June 26, 1913, larceny in a
store; Bert Combs, Sherman county,
November 23, 1914; assault with a dan
gerous weapon; Junior Thompson, Clat
sop county, June 5, 1915, assaulting an
officer and aiding a prisoner to escape;
J. F. O'Brien, Laiio county, June 9,
1915. obtaining money under false pre
tenses; W. H. Burton, Union county,
April 3, 1915, obtaining money under
false pretenses; Robert Granville, Mult
nomah county, February .18, 1915, as
sault with intent to rob; Itobert Wil
son, Multnomah county, January 14,
1915, larceny from a person; F. J.
Moor?, Baker county, June 16, 1915,
larceny from a dwelling; Charles Gal
lagher" Josephine comity, September 30,
1914, assault with intent to kill; L. D.
Hughes,. Multnomah county, July 8,
1915, larceny by bailee; George Hamlin.
Jackson county, July 2, 1915, assault
with intent to rape; Nichola P. Niel
sen, Wasco county, October 14, 1913,
AWARDED 10 121
Seven Teachers in Marion
County Honored by State
Six-Quart Preserving Kettle
Jloplace utensils Uiat wear out with
utouails that "Wear Ever"
and the coupon if presented on or
before Juno 17, 1910.
Do you know why so many wonicii
prt't'er "Weoir-lvCT'' ' nliiniijium
cooking utensils. If not, see for
yourself the difference between
'Wear-Evor" and other kinds of
NOT ALL the same.
He sure you get "Wear-Ever."
Look for the "Wear-Ever" trade
mark on the bottom of every
utensil. If it is not there it is not
Professional certificates of espocial
merit have been issued by J. A.
Churchill, superintendent of public in
struction, to one hundred and twenty
one teachers of Oregon, these teachers
having met all of the requirements for
such teitificates during the past year.
The purpose of this certificate is to
stimulate interest for professional study
und advancement, and the certificate of
merit is considered the highest recom
mendation issued by the state depart
ment of education. In order to secure
tho certificate a teacher must have
taught school successfully or at least
eiglit'.nonths during the year 1915-1916;
met ail of the requirements for a teach
er in n standard school; mudo all neces
sary reports promptly; attended the
omur.l institute or teachers' training
schoo. and at least one local institute;
rend during the year, under the super
vision of the University of Oregon or of
tho Ovtgon Agricultur.il college, at leust
two books cn the teachers' reading cir
The number of teachers in the va
rious counties securing these .reri.iii
cnles is as follows! Lane, 2; Umatilla,
Hi; Benton, 11; Columbia, 10; Yamhill,
Douglas, 8; Marion, 7; I tuon, n;
i. !t; Wallowa, 2; Baker, 1; Mult
nomah, 1, and Sherman, 1.
The teachers who have heen awarded
these certificates of merit are as fol
lows: Lane Cotintr.
Arthur S. .McDonald, Irving; W. II.
Pendell, Vida; Charlotte A. Choate, Eu
gene; Grace L. Jackson, Eugene; Henry
W. Chezem, Creswell; Alice M. Jenkins,
Etige'.c; Norn Ward, Dorena; Marion
Harper. Springfield; Marguerite Bog
gess, Ycnitn; Lucy K. Ely. Eugene;
Miuuli C. Moore, Springfield; Minnie
Evans Miireolu; Merle M. Cellars, Cot
tage Grave; Allen Kothwell, Spring
field; Ethel Mcl arlnud, F.ugenej Fay
II. Roberts. Eugene; M. T. Means,
Junction City; Alice E. Chapman,
foslien; Frances Young, Eugene; J. F.
Cut out the coupon Today and take it before June 1 7
to one of the following dealers:
Ray L Faruior Ildw. Company
Imporlnl Furniture Co.
Salem Hardware Co.
Spencer Hardware Co.
Craven & Huff
Elonor Wro. jj Cockle
C. M. WRAY
Hippie & Eskridge
Iyle, Payne & Sou
Laiuton Hardware Co.
-ii1 I !
Any tir tlmt noil Wviir-ttviT Aluminum lim
ni'citpt thin ('tuition it ml HHr In Uftynu'iit for ono
1'Ul'HIS.Ii'n. u.w ...i.t A 1 11 tit 1 ii in I.'. .ill.. ..-1,1,. It
rKUliiriy for Jl liS, provided you prcmnt (,?t'"tt4A
tho coupon in nirvn at Btoro on or h-fore Juno .-..tt.V.l
n, i:nu, ana writu on U' coupon
atldrcKB unci dutu of nurclutHtj.
TUr Aluminum 4'ooktitK I cntl Co
Arw HfKMluKtoM, !
: mm two. li
Time for preserving almost here. I'se
"Wear-Ever" end save time, temper,
COOXING UTENSIL CO.
New Kensington, Pa.
S!(irnnt, 5; l'olli, 4; Clnckanms, .'!; Wash-
f : ington
II (io.ldard, Springfield; Virgil Melvin,
i t Florence; Hertliu A. Stephens, (Vttage
-t I.. J!...nM L',,,n,n. l ru
Minnie S. Moiris, Mnreoln; Walter J.
tl Moore, Eugene; Fannie l'ritchett, Eu
I J i gene.
V"stn 11. Ciitsforth, 1'endleton; Pearl
Wilson, 1'endleton; Clare Straiighn,
1'endleton; Fern lloisington, Ilerniisti ;
I.oii'se Riiitoul, The Dalles; Mrs. Id. K,
J Stocl-ten, Freewter; Herbert W. Cope
fr land, reiutleton; Rose L, Hamilton,
1 1 ' I'end'u'ton ; Louise A. Keute, 1'endleton;
li I Nelly Dnrr, Adiuns; Hazel A. Ellsworth,
l eifll eton; Mine Hugnr, 1'eiidleton;
I-eiln Norvell, 'llelix; J. V. Harrnh,
Kreev.ater; Mrs. I'nrnlee Hniley, 1'eu
dleton, Altn L. Spalding, Helix.
Re.v B. Fish, Philomath; Ethel L.
lloop.r, Philoinnth; Ferd W. Jones,
I'hilen.nth; Merle Hall, Kings Valley;
I Oak l Wood, .Monmouth; Jessie Wng
fl ner, Msen; Anna M. Frady. E. May
n islade. Albany; Vera I. Asburg, Cor-
. 1 valli ,; Mrs. Edna tlivr, Ella Kcimnrd.
II. E. Marsh, (llendale; D. W. Wright,
Yoncalln; E. K. Barnes, Myrtle Creek;
Elnor Shirk, Sutherlin; Mrs. Bessie
Matthews, Sutherlin; Mrs. L. ,T. Win
chell, Glendale; W. W. Hewitt, Eu
gene; Mrs. E. K. Barnes, Myrtle Creek.
Jos.'rhine N. Gilbert, Salem; Cecille
Reynolds, Condon; Ruth Rosebrnugli,
Salem; Ina Hubbs, Silverton; T. E.
Wilson, Turner; Nellie L. Davis, Salem;
Blanche Hubbs, Silverton.
Rettn M. Allen, La Grande; Stella
Maytield, Elgin; A. H. Prince, La
Grande: Geno W. Hall, North Powder;
Susan B. Carpy, La Grande; Carrie B.
Gertrude Lyon, Canyon City; Eoxie
K. Denny, Canyon City; Gladys K.
Asher, Minneola, Kansas; Manet t.
Murdick, Canyon City: Jennie Glaze,
Penile E. Snedeker, Falls City: Gen
eve bay re, Lacomb; Jessie B. Mover,
Falls City; Edna Sweeney, Buell.
. Clackamas County.
Elgiva M. Joy, Molalla; Odessa Uleu,
Lents; E. L. Boycr, Clackamas.
Something Doing All the Time at
June White Sale
Excfintinnal Values in
White Wear, White Dress Goods, Richardson's Linens,
and every item in White except a few "contract" Goods
There is a pleasure in the mere inspection of the big
assortments systematically arranged for your ap
proval and a real unbounded joy in the knowledge
that these things may be had for a sum that seems
so trifling in comparison with the quality.
Women's Lingerie Dresses Carter's Knitted Under
Infants' and Children's wear
-r,,Sar 9 m i n Novelty Neckwear
Children's Tub Dresses , ei
Porch and House Dresses White Ribbons
White and Colored Outing Middie Blouses
Flannels Muslin Underwear
Women's White Cotton Women's Handkerchiefs
Children's White Cotton
Keyser's Knitted Under- White Blankets
wear Hurd's Stationery
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
On Suits, Coats, Dresses, and Children's Tub Dresses
U. G. Shipley Co.
Salem, urcgon i
145 N. Liberty Street
Washington County. -H.
A. Bull, Hillsboro; Jennie Beam
ish, 1'ortland j Martha Dillo, Portland.
Jessie A. Butterfield, Joseph; Hil
il ret U Geyer, Joseph.
Helen Gleoson, Baker.
Maude L Agor, I'ortlaiftl.
Lizzie E. Elder, Mosier; Adeline
Brown, Shaniko; Geo. Atchinson, Trout
dale; Marcia Selleck, Boyd; Anna Kel
ly, Kent; O. B. Murray, Camas Val
ley; Liizabeth Leben, Holbrook; Min
erva Thrall, Maupiii; Tena Rintoul, The
Dulles; Alma Sutherland, Mnupin.
Colonel Visits City
Does Not See Hughes
Oyster Bay, N. Y., June 13. Though
Colonel Roosevelt has declared he
out of politics, it can bo stated todfiy
that he "will not abandon his strii.;
jfle to jdace the United states on ti
proper base of preparedness."
The intorniatioii was obtained fro i
a person in close touch with the eg'- X
oncl. Just how he will work. couM m
not be learned. Roosevelt lias re
fused to make any statements on hi
' He will leave Oyster Hay at hooh,
goiiijr to New York to meet his s$n.
Kermit ami Kennit's wife and baby,
due today from Panama on the trans
port Kirkpatriek. He will first pro to
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Kicti-
Doctor to Assistant 'That's an odd
thing I have just done."
Assistant "What is that doctor?"
',, Doctor "In signing this death cer-lard Uerbv.
tificate I put my name where the j No provisions is made in .the. colon
cause of death should be." Plain id's itinerary tor a call on Charles K.
.Dealer. 'Hughes, the republican candidate.
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I irf 'ill
The New Whole Wheat
Food with the Delicious
Flavor originated by the
Coliuuoia county. i
Genevieve M. Howell, Clatsknnie;
Mrs. Jennie Love, Portland; A. I.uciie
llobt.s H. Helens; Mrs. Bird B. Clarke,
Veiuouia; Kate M. Moore, Yankton;
Mrs. I). It. Morrison, Mist; Kutli K.
lilill- Kaiuier; A. M. Wenn, Veruonia;
Mny Novali, Scappoose.
Mi'died Pope, Amity; MnKS' Trip
lett, l.H Fayette; Nannie L. Hugley, Mc
Minnville; June Philpott, l'orvulli;
Jennii eKarus. liny ton ; Anuu K. link
er, Nowhere; Mnlwl Magncss, Amity;
l.ois M. .Martin, McMinnvillej Ncita
Low is, Paytou. i
Ready io Eat
OST everybody has
known for years
that Wheat is the
most perfectly bal
anced grain food in the
world but nobody knew
how to make it delicious to eat
until thediscovery of KRUMBLES.
Krumbles is the first wheat food
that gives you all the delicious flavor
of the wheat a sweetness that
grows richer and richer the more
you chew it
Krumbles is all-wheat the
whole. of the wheat, with all the
starch, all the protein, all the min
eral salts and phosphates, and all
the bran that people need so much.
In the WAXTITE package lOc
Look for this signature.
rirr -"r, it i t Tin r .l"r thi I i