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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1918.
by Walt Mason
Tuxedo's bully all the time; it makes the passing
hours sublime, and by its soft and gracious curves it
soothes the soul and rests the nerves, and fills my
bosom, once again, with peace on earth, good will
to men. But best I like it when I've fed this face of
mine with jam and bread. When I have dined on Irish
stew and beans and boiled potatoes, too, and pie
and eggs and cheese and tripe, 'tis then 1 best enjoy
my pipe. When from the table I withdraw, I grip
my briar with my jaw, and 11 it with Tuxedo mild
the pure Tuxedo undefiled and smoke away in
perfect bliss; no pleasure can compare with this.
And in the curling smoke I see a world that seemeth
good to me. A world that's debonair and gay, its
woes and worries done away. The plans that seemed
foredoomed to fail the work that seemed of no avail,
now wear the rosy glow of hope, and I endorse all
sunshine dope. Tis thus in my Tuxedo hour ; the
world that seemed so dark and dour, is blooming like
a rose of spring, and I'm in mood to laugh and sing.
day from Portland where she was the
guest of Iter sister, Mrs. A. K. Blom
iiiist, for a week.
Mrs. Henry t'awlt, who has lieen the
finest of her daughter, Mrs. Seth M.
Kernm in Kugene, returned Tuesday
accompanied by Mrs. Kernm and son
.James. Mrs. Kerron mid Master .lames
will lie the guests of the r'nwkg for
about two weeks.
lh. ami Mrs. Delhert I'.tirton (Zoa
Toothaere) are being congratulated
upon the arrival of u baby girl, born
Monday, .lime (lie twelfth. The little
one will be called hois.
.ludiige and Mrs. Lawrence T. Har
ris left this morning for a few days
visit in Kugene.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
PICNIC ON AJBIQUA
By ALINE THOMPSON
TIIK most important event sched
uled on society's calendar today
is the wetlding'of Miss Mildred
Kdith liagloy and David Mc.Caughey
tJrahani, which will take place tonight
ftl the First Congregational church.
Itev. James Klviu will officiate.
Klin Margaret (Jruy of Seattle will be
maid of honor. Mrs. Hobert Kinney
(Althcn Moores) of Astoria will play
the wedding march and Miss Margery
Jlarvin will be the soloist.
Mr. Graham will bo attended by
John (.'alialin of Portland and the
ushers will be Paul Walluce, Halph
jUoores and Dr. Orville Wallur of Ku
gene. On their return from their honey
"moon, the bride and groom will have
apartments at the Hotel Ostium in Ku
Kfno until October fifteenth when,
they will be at their new homo in Kin
' Tuo bride is an attractive girl with
a charming manner that has made her
a great favorito in Salem society. 8h
received her earlier education in the
tialem schools, later attending the 1 1 11 i -versify
of Oregon in Kugene, whero
he ig a member of the Kappa Alpha
Theta sorority. Mr. Graham also at
tended the University of Oregon and
is a member of the Kappa. Higina fra
ternity. Some of the out of town guests who
will attend the wedding are: Mr. and
Mrs. Klmer Paino, Mr. and Mrs. Venn
Hayes, Miss Frieda Goldsmith, Mai
rolm McKwen and II. W. Thompson of
Kugene, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moores,
Mr. and Mrs. V. M, Knight, Mr. and
Mrs Albert Peasley, Miss Merle Mc
Kelsey, Miss imzel Under, MiBs Char
lie Kenton of Portland, MiB Gertrude
Gray of Seattle, Miss Kvu. Hailey of
Hillsboro and Clnrenco Hishop of Pen
dleton. Mrs. Kdwnrd Lamport has as her
guests for the summer, Mrs. 1'Vederick
M. Webster and Miss Margaret Web
ster of Sail r'runeisi'o.
Mrs. C. It. Webb an,) children, Ma
bel, Marjnrie and Kenneth, will leave
tomorrow forJMedford, whero they will
lie the guests of the former's purunta,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Klliolt.
Complimentary to her house guest
guest, Miss Mary Stnlley of Purest
Grove, Mrs. George Shaw entertained
Tuesday afternoon with a pretty Kin
sington. The rooms were fragrant
with an nrray of beautiiul Caroline
Testout roses and greens, About
twenty guests were asked to meet
tie visitor. Mrs. Jlenry Poisal as
sisted Mrs. Shaw in the serving.
Mrs. Zadoc lti;gs has gone to Mon
mouth to attend the graduation exer
cises of the State Normal school. -.
Mrs. Halliday-IIaight, the contralto
soloist, recently of New I'orli, has re
turned troni a several days sojourn in
Portland whero she met several promi
About fifteen little tots reveled at
the charming birthduy party given lit
tle Mitxino Glover this afternoon at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
It was a merry affair and the little
guests plaved games. Late in the af-
.ternoon delightful refreshments were
i served on the lawn. The daintily up
I pointed table was adorned with a love
j ly birthday cake, and centered with
la huge art basket of Caroline Testout
roses tied with a large how of pink
; satin ribbon. Favors, pretty lilt in
dolls, and baskets of bun bons marked
I the places.
I Miss Cora Tullungton and the Miss
es Kthel and Nellie Casebere assisted
The Jit Mo guests were. ' Klizabet.i
Lewis, Constance Yautis, Prudence
Gray, liovena Kyre, Jane JIarbison,
jINitheda llofl'null, Leona and Lorena
deer, Mabel tapper, Pauline rindley,
Francis Mlnay Martin, Constance Fox,
Florence and Harriett Austin and Ro
saline Van Winkle.
Mr. niiil Mrs. William C. Knighton
returned Sunday from a week's visit
Mrs. Hen Olcott, who has been the
guest of Mrs. Oswald West in Portland
I returned Tuesday evening.
Mrs. William Lytle returned Tues-
Silverton, Or., June 11. A group
of maids and matrons enjoyed a pic
nic on the Ahquea river last Sunday,
as guests of Mr. anil Mrs. lien lirown
of Silverton. The Browns are noted
for their hospitality. Tiieir guests
numbering about sixty. They first as
sembled at the beautiful ranch home
of Mr. and Mrs. Ilrown and thence to
the picnic grounds which had been
previously prepared for the comfort of
their guests. Delightful nimc was
furnished by Mr. lirown and Mr.
Those enjoying tre hospitality of
Mr. and Mrs. lirown were: Steve
Kent., Mrs. Carrie Fisher, Will Fish
er, due Nice, Heppner, Oregon,; Mrs.
Mary E. Rogers, Wm. Ilallis, Mr. anil
Mrs. O. L. Mcl'eek, Miss Robinson,
Spokane, Wash.; Miss Ada Jones, Dr.
ami Mrs. Weaver, Hubbard, Oregon;
The Keenes, the Stevens, the Phillips,
the Jlavendenns, the Culverts, the Zim-
merman, the Hardens, the Thomas,
the Dalys, the Hurtmons, tre Amiinil
sons, the Shoreys, the Whitlocks, the
Gahlsilorfs and the hosts.
HOW PROGRESSIVES FEEL
St. Louis, Mo., June 14.
William Allen White, one of the
inner circle of progressive lead-
ers, nrrnnge'd today to see Sec-
rotary of the Xnvy Daniels. He
declared, however, it was not
with Buy thought of finding a
way for progressives to join
the democratic party.
' "I am not for Wilton," he
said. "I admire Mr Wilson
very much but that is m much
as I can say."
"Whom will you support V
' he was asked.
"I cannot say. 1 am floun-
dering arouud in a slough of
lAdvance Agent Here Monday
President Eply Ap
Hazel Harris of this city was regis
tered yesterday at the Katon hotel,
Mrs. Fred Webster and daughter
Miss Margaret of Sun Francisco are
visiting at the home of Mrs. K. S.
M e fiti.l frq lliiv Ate Phorflrren and
sou from Albany are visitors at the
home ot Henry Scott.
Dr. Asseln, a Spanish war , veteran,
is attending the annual Oregon en
campment of the G. A. H. and Spanish
War Veterans ut Kugene.
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Kichelberger of
Wnistburg, Wash., are guests at the
homo oi G. W. Laflar. Mrs. Kicliel
borger and Mrs. Laflar are sisters.
The Kev. Neff and family have
moved to Sulem from Kugene and will
live on North Sixteenth street. Mr.
Nreff is' engaged in evangelistic work
with the United ISrethren church.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Thonrpson of
Stockton who have been visiting rel
atives and friends for the past three
weeks, returned yesterday to their
home. Mirs. Thompson was formerly
Miss Pearl Ncedham.
MAKHIKU At Cue home of the Rev,
11. K. Pembertou, pastor of the south
Salem Friends church, Miss Blanche
Kvnns nnd S. Paul Jones, of Ger
vais, Wednesday morning June 14,
lit Hi. They will" live near Gevyais.
Will Address the
Salem Egg Circle
K. .T. Kirkwood of Portland will ad
dress a meeting of the SaMn Kgg Cir
cle in the Commercial club rooms on
June 17 nt two o'clock. Mr. Kirk-
ror a lip-lop
Here's the why:
The New Toasties have a delicate, true corn flavour-unmatched by any other
cornflakes. Trial proves.
Thy are the meat of choicest white Indian Corn first cooked and seasoned,
tl'en rolled into thin wisps and toasted by quick, intense rotary heat. This new
pnhnt-d process of making raises distinguishing little bubbles on each flake,
and brings out their wonderful new flavour.
New Post Toasties
the New Breakfast Delight
Your grocer has them now.
The "tackup" man of the Ellison
While Chautauqua association will ar
rive in tho city next. Monday June 19.
The duty of This advance man is to
place in store windows cards announc
ing the date of the summer Chautau
qua and to post in conspicuous places
ail kinds of attractive advertising, to
properly interest the Salem people in
the annual Chautauqua and to call at
tention to the leading attractions. For
this reason, the officers of the Salem
Chautaqua trust that the business men
will treat him kindly and with due
consideration when, he asks for window
space with the ' aMvance Chautauqua
Dr. H. C. Epley, president of the Sa
lem Chautauqua yesterday unpointed
the following committees and it is ex
pected that each committee will begin
its work, as the first attraction of the
Chautaqua will be given exactly four
weeks from todav, Wednesday, July
Grounds'. A. A. Lee, Mrs. Florian
Von Kschen and Paul Wallace.
Decorations: Ladies of the Chautau
qua club and Mrs. Von Eschen.
Advertising: Kev. A. N. Avison, W.
H Hamilton, R. J. Hendricks.
Automobile parade: Kev. F. T. Por
ter, John II. Scott, William MeGil
christ, Jr., W. 1. Staley, Dr. M. C.
Committee on entertainment of tal
ent: C. P. Hishop,' O. M. Elliott, Mrs.
L. K. Page- Mis. H. C Epley
Ticket committee: C. E. Knowland,
Kev. James Klviu,, Rev. K. F. Tinner,
wood is sales agent for the Oregon Co
operative Egg Circles, an incorporated
association which was organized at Sa
lem Inst April. -k
This association is made up of the
various co-operative egg circles of the
state. The eggs from the different
local shipping centers are sent direct
to the Portland ortiee wtiere an ex
pert candler grades and packs them
for immediate sale on the best possi
ble markets. Th eggs are carefully
standardized and sold under the reg
istered stamp of the association. The
plan is working successfully t s-aid ('.
0. Lamb, extension specialist in poul
try husbandry at O. A. C, who is as
sisting in the organization of these as
sociations. All farmers and egg producers are
invited to hear Mr. Kirkwood, who
will speuk on the co operative markrt
; ing of eggs.
Adjutant General White
i Gehlhar Upon Co. M
j Captain Mux Gehlhar today rc
j ceived a letter front Adjutant General
i George A. White complimenting hiin
I upon the report of the annual inspec
tion of Company M from the inxpect
i ing officer, l.ieutcu:tnt Williams. "The
report as a whole, I regard as most
j creditable to your organization," siys
I the adjutant general in his letter.
I One item of the report, " Mechanism
I of fire direction and control" is
i marked "Excellent'' which is the liigh
l est 'mark that is awarded and this
i year the militia companies were
: marked upon the same basis as the
I regular army. The general rhowing of
1 the eoinpanv w:ui graded "very good
At the animal inspection Company M
i had 101 men and three officers on the
M'COMBS MAKES FINE
Says the Republicans Would
Make the People Their
How Cherry Queen
Considerable improvement is noted i
I the interest taken in the selection of
qtieer, tor the Cherry fair, July 3. Miss
j eriis l OiHler is now in the lend by
i seve-.il thousand and it seems that her
! friends and the Klk lodge intend to
. keep her at the head of the list. Hut
as thine are 1'J more voting duvs, many
! things can happen, especially as the
I Klki have a niig home-coming evening
'tonuii ow night and the Moose a cele
bration on the evening of June C4.
The vote today stands:
Vera-. Cornier .ttt,72fl
Kste'bi Wilson J 112,10
Inez. Siege Is'.'.ttH!
Gertrude Cory S..170
Minnie llarr 1,2',0
St. Louis, June 14. National ( hair
man Met onilis, in opening the conven
"We are in an atmosphere of vic
tory. We have no feeling of guess,
but a spirit of certainty. We meet to
celebrate the marvelous achievements
of the democratic party since it came
into power i nd to place a milestone up-1
on the path of its furfher success.
"Over 2.000 years ago, an old slave
related the fable of the frog who
wanted to grow to the size of an !
elephant. Such was the ambition of!
his soul that his body swelled to a
marvelous proportion. Indeed, Aesop
went so far as to predict that the frog,
upon reaching the size of the elephant,
would burst. I commend to your no
tice the wisdom of Aesop. It took over
2,000 years for his prophecy to come
true. Only last week the frog-elephant
or the elephant-frog exploded. The
republican party for years succeeded in
deceiving the country. Xow it is suc
cessfully deceiving itself. In its plat
form it offers pulchritudenous promise
but with vacuous intent. It promises
the country, in the main, what the
democratic party has already (lone or
is in the process of doing, saving al
ways the bogus god protection. It
has cloaked its iniquity with a judicial !
robe, but the cloven hoof ot special
interest still protrudes.
"Wards for Profit."
"The board of directors has sat in
Chicago and again resolved that they
are the country. They have adopted
the doctrine of fore-ordination and:
predestination but have made it ap
plicable only to themselves. I
"The rest of the people aro their;
wards tor profit.
"Ambition is a noble attribute, but
when it is adulterated with greed, a
cataclysm is inevitable. We hnve
recently witnessed a painful spectacle
of two great American parties at Chi
cago, putting self in place of ideals;
self glorification in place of national
honor; republicanism and progi'essivism
so-called, in place of our only " 1' 'ism
"We have witnessed the drab spec
taclo of two groups of men, trading
principles like competitors in a fish
market, in the hope that some com
promise would win public support.
They have not come together they
have fallen out over the 'swag.' For
the sake of victory, many of these men,
esssentially opposite in principle, have
been willing to become friends with
false masks. The result is inevitable
'divided they fall.' We are proud
in the thought that 'united we stand.'
We welcome the pent up Americanism
of the real progressives individually to
our ranks, offering them a haven, in
principle. Their leader has abandoned
them with crass cruelty.
"This is a crucial hour in the history
of the world. It is an hour when every
man should take stock of himself and
his principles. This is an hour when
everyone should see whether in his in
ner consciousness he .squares with the
ideals of 1770 and the later periods of
dramatic episode, when .this country
resolutely maintained peace with honor.
Democracy Maintains Ideal.
"The democratic party, in the face
Of scandalous nud vicious attacks has
maintained this grent American ideal.
wi,;i tnr neiice it has steadilv and
surely worked for sound nnd powerful j
preparedness. Jt nas niannainiu n s"
emn. calm dignity in the face of cir
cumstances which might have drawn it
into the vortex of a world destruction.
Though villified by self seekers it has
maintained friendly relations through
out the world; it has been true to the
spirit of America; it has been true to
the great principles of Washington,
Jefferson, Madison and Jackson; it has
allowed no selfish interest to blind it
to the fundamentals of its faith and
tho country has found that its con
fidence has been well bestowed. The
democratic party has proven itself a
party of principle, n party of construc
tive" ability, a party of performance.
It has proven that ideals can be real
ized Fnited we stand for America.
"Ladies and gentlemen of this great
convention, the elephant is dead, the
moose is dead. Long live the American
TO MAEK PIONEER TRAILS
A campaign to locate and murk per
manently the pioneer trails and loads
of Oregon is being conducted b flu
Linn comitv chapter and other cnap
ters of the Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution, the Oregongeogiapluc
board and the agricultural college de
partment of history, cooperating. If
these eavlv travel wa:.-s are to be per
mancntJy ' known it is esentinl that
they be located and marked while in
formation about them is still extant.
Knr reliable data upon the pioneer
roads-that is sent to .T. B. Homer,
head of the history department at O.
A. C will be ifcily acknowledged and
iirnmutlv forwarded to the proper au
thorities, where it will be of great
value iu preserving the historic routes
of the state.
June White Sale
A Decidedly Unusual" Sale of
White Dress Goods
The June Sale of White is a flutter with the immac
ulately White things that you will need indoors and
Economy Prices for Your Inspectioa
In All Lines of White.
W'omen's Lingerie Dresses Carter's Knitted Under-
Infants' and Children's
Children's Tub Dresses
! J?f?f! White Ribbons
nue ami oiwrcu uuiing
Women's White Cotton
Children's White Cotton
Keyser's Knitted Underwear
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
On Suits, Coats, Dresses, and Children's Tub Dresses
U. G. Shipley Co.
145 N. Liberty Street
House Cleaning in
As our basement in our new building will not per
mit us bringing our stock from our old store we will
sell every Woman's and Child's Hat at greatly re
A large number of Ladies' Hats, values to $5.00, to
clean out at
All Children's Hats in our old store must be sold and
the price is only, each 50 Cents
When you come to town go to 270 North Com
mercial and make a large saving in Ladies' and
Th"; list today of men prominently
mentioned for the national champion
ship is growing. It included Frank
Uitc'ireck, Hughes self-appointed con
venti 'n manager; Herbert l'arsous, New
York committeeman; Williuta Hnyward,
public service commissioner of NevV
York' Ralph E. Williams, of Oregon;
Senatci Sherman, (Senator Weeks and a
number of other favorite sons.
Theodore Douglas Kobinson, cousin of
Colonel Roosevelt, and Kverett Colby,
New Jersey progressives, were in con
ferenci with Hughes today and it wiim
ufteriYbrd made known that Kobijisou
will see the colonel before night. 1!
will not see him, however, as emissary
of Hughes. Both Robinson and Colby
are to do their best to lino up the rai-k
nnd iile of the progressive party mi
"The platform is broud enoungh Ti
all," said Colby. There is no reason
whv n single, progressive should sti.f
(Continued from page one.)
John Hays Hammond and Charles K,
Church were two of Hughes' callers today.
Hughes will probably slip out of New
Yor't over Sunday for a rest, returning
ASK FOR and GET
HALTED 17! ILK
Cheap obstitate cost YOU mum pried
' An essential, to
health and good
A Standard Ethical Dtntifric
Sand 2c lump today lot a ganarous trial packafa ol
aithar Dr. Lyon'a Perfact Dental Cream or Tooth Powdar.
L W. Lyom & Sona, Inc.,5 8 iW. 27th St, N.Y. Cil j
ni if- SoTi'iiaiiarl ' '
Ueauliful Uust and Shoulders
sre prwjihle if ynn will wear a scieutincilly constructed
Bien Julie lirtiAMcre.
ThedrnKKinc wriclit of an nnrnnrtnrH liust n stretches tlie
upportniK muscles that the contour of the lisure u spoiled.
put the txist lwi'K wliere it be-
lornr. prevent the ru 1 1 bust from
inr the. appearance of fml-
nei. eliminate the danrer of
UHASSl E R.E O 2""' n'UK'M ami oi.hne tlw
n, h of the shoulder ging
graceful line to the entire upper hody.
They are the daintiest and mo.t :-erTieeah!e carmen! imagi
nable eoine in all material and Mylea: froi Baek. llook
Front, Snrplier. ManuVan. etc. Boned with " Wulnliii," the
runtlesa UuiiiiirperaiittmHlui)K w ithout removal.
Have your dealer show ynu BietKlolie Brassieres, if not .it nett
ed, we will fladiy tend. h.oi. prepaid, .samplea to how uu. ,
BENJAMIN Sc JOHNES, St Warren Street, Newark, S. J.