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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1916
Comfortable tthilt you
re smoking them and
1 after you have smoked
them that's why they're
A Sensible Ciette
Jftfle Club Organized
Auxiliary Last Night
ui auxiliary of the Salem Rifle club
was organized' at tlie armory lust uight
with a membership of 4.'!. So much
.nthnsinsm anil interest in military
tactics was shown that it ii tin- hope
of the officers of the company to secure
dt least .100 members who will he glad
to drill every Monday evening. The
uembers of the auxiliary are from the
Stilcm Hifle dub, but the enrllin as
:i member does not involve enlistment
r military service. It is just tor those
interested in military tactics.
The purpose of the auxiliary 1s
practically the same as the Plattsburg,
New York camp, with the difference
of tiere being no expense In the way
f campm" out. The city council will
lie asked to permit the use of the. old
tinnory over the city hall for drill pur
Kv?es and headquarters.
Fred J. Roseherg, who was elected
captain Iniit night, has had four years
experience in military nffnirs and Is
tlioromhlv qualified. I-ast night the
" recruits were put through the drill
minimi in a regular West Point man
n?r. H. II. Lurns, elected first ser
geant, is also experienced in military
mutters, and nil the squad leaders are
tormer military men. These include
With a $1.50 Gasoline Iron
LAMPS, LANTERNS, MANTLES
Call and See Thein
C. M. L0CKW00D
216 N. Com'l St. Salem, Ore.
218 N. Commercial St.
U.S.Gov.experts report that
oils correctly refined from
asphalt-base crude "distill
without decomposition" (do not
break up and lose their lubricating
value under cylinder heat) and
"are much better adapted to motor
cylinders, as far as their carbon
forming proclivities are concern
ed, than are paraf fine-base Penn
Motorists who use Zerolene, an oil
scientifically refined from asphalt
base crude, back up the experts with reports such as
these: "Covered over 16,000 miles without adjust
ing valves or cleaning out carbon." "The carbon
taken out of this car in 50,000 miles amounted to
(ess than an ounce." Zerolene is for sale at dealers
everywhere and at service stations and agencies of
the Standard Oil Company.
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Watching the Scoreboard
STANDING of the teams
Vesterday's big league hero was
Fred Itebee, former Cub hurler and
discard of three other National league
clubs, whose return to the big leagues
us nn rndinn caused the downfall oT
the White Sox. He shut out the hose
2 to 0, allowing three hits.
The Indians played a sensational
game behind Boebe. Speaker, Howard,
t iiapinau and Grnney each robbed the
Chicngouiis of a hit.
The Senators and Vaults engaged in
an eleven inning slugging match. The
Senators won when Mcllride-'s double
Five pitchers were pitted against the
Athletics by the Red Sox, but Shore
was the only one to stick and he was
there only one inning. The Mnckmcn
won 8 to !.
The Reds finally won a game from
St. Louis. It took eleven innings.
Christy Mattiiew'son made his ap
pearance iii the first game of a double
header between the Giants and lirook
lvn just long enough to get credit tor
winning a gamy.
The Dodgers took the second game
after a twelve inning pitching duel
between - nrqunrd and Kenton.
Batting rallies in the final innings
of both games won n double header
for the Braves against the Phillies.
Chief of Police Welch, Frank Mapes,
Francis Aline and William Ellis.
liepulur drills will be held Monday
evenings. Enlistments into the auxil
iary are through membership in the
Salem Rifle club, and after this en-
trnn,.-. fn IS 1 ,11 ill . tlll'lC iS U0 Olldi-
jtionnl expense. The new enlistments
last mgiir were:
Fred J. Roseberg, Fred Day, WH
liaui Ellis, F.ugene F. Moore, Henry
A. Freelnml, C. .1. Green, R. W. Sim
oral, Charles MeCnrter, Kd Johnston,
(i. (I. Wood, Rev. II. E. Marshall, A. K.
i Two years ago, on the recommenda
Ition of Secretary of the Navy .Tosephus
Daniels, congress was induced to pass
an net providing for the appointment
! of 10 enlisted men to the NaTul acad
emy 'each year.
Officers" of the navy were scanda
lized. Heretofore, common persons had
never entered the sacred gates of An
, napolis. For a common sailor to be por
! milted to aspire to become an o'ffieer
I ,.r lli.-i imvv iviiu mitiiini-il nf A lid Dull-
iels was roasted.
Nevertheless, Daniels got the law
through, mid the first examination, held
about six Hecks lit' t or the law was en
acted, resulted ill the qualifying anil
appointment of five enlisted men. Last
year eight men qualified, and this year
it is niiiinuuceil 23 enlisted men have
just passed the examination. As the
law only permits the appointment of
for Motor Cars
Brooklyn 34 21
Philadelphia - 81 3,".
Boston 28 2.',
New Vork 27 2"
Cincinnati 2.S 32
Chicago 27 III
Pittsburg 2-1 2
St. l.ouis 20 ;jii
Cleveland '.'" 2j
New Vork .13 2ti
lictroit 33 2
Boston , .12 2H
Washington .'12 2S
Chicago 2! 2ii
St. i.ouis 20 .'!.")
Pliiladelpiiia 17 Hit
Jeff Tesreau Offered
St. Louis Cardinals
Now Vork, June 27. Bis Jeff Tes
reau, former Giant mainstay in the box,
has been offered to the St. Louis Car
dinals in exchange for "Slim" Sallee.
Sallee deserted the Cardinals at the
Polo grounds two weeks ago and it is
believed that Miller Hugging will ac
cept McOraw's offer.
Qolf Tournament Begins.
Minneapolis, Minn., Juno 27. First
play in the national open golf tourna
meut started here today with Charks
F.vans, Jr., and Jimmy Donaldson, Chi
cago, 10m .Mc.Namara of Hostou, Wil
fred Reid of Delaware, mid I.. W. Car
penter of Minenapolis favorite.
Aiiin Leonard's Troubles.
New York. June 27 Rillv
manager of Benny Leonnrd, cluims the
stnto athletic commission has treated his
The commission will hold a hearing
today to air Gibson's troubles.
A referee for the Dillon-jroran lout,
on Thursday evening will also be chosen
by tke commission today. Hilly Rg !ic
and Charley White are the favorites.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Macleay, June 27. Quite n contin
gent of Macleay people attended the
rally held nt Victor Point last Sun
day. The day was given over to chil
dren' day exercises and talks by
Rev. E. It. Martin of Portland. He
also avo a lecture on the "Life of
Christ," illustrated -by sl.ereoptio.an
views, at 8 p. m. in the Victor Point
Sunday school has closed for the
summer but the preaching services
will continue ns usual. Mr. Lovell will
preach next Sunday nt 3 p. ni.
Loganberry picking will probably
commence this week in Mr. LenU's
15. Secretary Dnniels lum uritt.m tn tin.
chairman of the sennte and house com
mittee on naval affairs, requesting con
gress to authorize the. appointment of
all 211. In the meantime, the appoint
ment of all 2.1. In the meantime, the
appointment of the 15 who stood high
est will be made Immediately.
The increase from 'five men to 2.1 in
three years demonstrates the efficiency
of the educational plan put into effect
by Secretary Daniels when he tooK up
the duties of secretary of the navy.
ror tins niso ue nas been harshly criti
cised. Notwithstanding the criticism under
Daniels' administration, the navy for
tho first time in its history has recruit
ed its strength uu to the number nntli.
orized by law, anil actually has had a
It may be that treating eulisted men
decently, providing educational advant
ages anil opening some opportunities to
them for advancement to positions as
officers is bad for the navy, but if so,
then we lire strong for that kind of
a bad unvy. We have too long toler
ated the caste system in our army and
navy, inherited from luonaichiel contin
ental coutrics where an "officer and a
gentleman" is presumed to be synony
mous with a person of the ruling class.
The French army aim the Swiss army
do not find that it" militates against dis
cipline for officer ami men to asso
ciate on terms of equality when not en
gaged in Strictly military duties. And
our caste system of military snobbery
is inconsistent with out professions cf
democracy and equality, and has much
less excuse fur existencu in Aineric,
than u similar system has had in Eu
rope. (Continued from Pago 1.)
lage itself was unchanged as the result
of last night 'm fighting.
West of the Mouse a Cernian grenade
attack against a tiviuh west of Hill
was checked. The French also rom!.ji' I
a German attack against Novilly, on
the upper .Mouse.
Italians Capture Forts.
Koine. June 27. - Italian trimns rei nu
hired the strongly fortified tint n o,'
Arsiero r h Imvn nf P.iu;,.., .,...1 I..
a dozen other positions from the us
tiians in the Trentino, it wiis officially
announced this afternoon.
The forts of Arsiero in the upper As
tico valley formed the left wind of a
strongly fortified Italian line of de
fense, the right wing of which -csie.l
on Asiago. The recapture of m;i'u
as announced by the Italian a - Of
General Cnilnrnn reported tiivt the
Aostrians have been cleared fi.:::i
Monte Meneile an.) Monte A rat I a. Ital
ian troops have occupied Monte Ininia,
Monte Taverle, Spitzkesrl, Cimn Delles,
Saette and Toguola and have carried
the crests of Caldiera and Campanella.
Intense British Tire.
Berlin, June 27. Intense British ar !
tillery fire on both sides of the Soinnie!
was reported in today's official stale-!
ment from the war office, Frer.ih at !
tacks west of Thianinoiit works nml
southwest of Fort Vaux were without j
Storm Russian Positions. '
Berlin, June 27. Continuing ih-ir
successful counter offensive against the
Russians, the Germans stormed enemy
lines west of Sokul taking several huii-l
dred prisoners, it was officially an
nounced this afternoon.
Over 1.000 Officers Taken.
Petioors.l .full- '-(;,,r., ii,.u,i.,f
to date Tins captured 1.013 Aiistria-i ii-.d
Herman ouicers in tne Ifmsian or
tensive, it was officially announced to
French Steamer Sunk.
London, June 27. The French steam
er Foiirnel (2.047 tons), has been sunk.
RANZAU LOSES SUiT
A Number of Cases Decided
But None of Public
.-rthur J. Ranzau's stilt, brought
through his mother, Dorothea V. Kan
znu, to en.joiu the sale of property by
Sheriff F-seh has been decided dainst
l-ie plaintiff by tho supreme court. J.
(). Davis obtained a judgment in Judge
Galloway's court for the recovery of
money and F.sdi has already sold the
property to satisfy the court decree.
Arthur Rauzau, a minor, Later
brought suit in the circuit court ask
ing reversal ot the judgment previous-
lv made, on the orouud that he !Tnd
not his parents was owner of the Lanid
Galloway ruled agaiust Ranzau and Is
upheld by the higher court.
Judge Ganteubein of Multnomah is
upheld in tho case of Florence A. ACed-
sJier against tln P. R. L. & P. com
pany. She sued tho railway company
for damages for the death of her hus
band, a lineman killed by a fall from
a telephone pole in Portland. CJanten-
bein decided in favor of the 1 . K. u.
4 P. Co.
Mrs. Medske.r had received $1300
from the Home Telegraph nud Tele
phone company for which her husband
worked and the same company gave
up $lii)0 more to the administrator
of the estate.
The court also decided the following
J. 1. Hansen versus A. 1). Bobbins,
Jackson county. Motion to substituto
restitution bond overru'ed.
Northwestern Transfer company vs.
Investment company, Multnomah
countv. This is a suit tor nn account
ing. A decree finding for the defend
ant is affirmed.
II. B. Weignr vs. Dan Stcen, Coos
county. An order requiring Steen to
pay the balance of a judgment amount
ing to $800.44 is reversed. i
Portland-Oregon City Railway Co. vs
J. K. Penney nud P. E. Fenney.
Claclinmas county, this is n appeal
from nn award of damages. The rail
road seeks to condemn a strip of loud
running through tho Penney property.
The Penney win.
YV. 1. Clarke vs. Ward Si Obenchnin,
Klamath county. Action couceraed
the conversion of n carload of lumber.
A verdict against Clarke is sustained.
First iNational Rank ot Portland vs.
Harry M. Courtright and Morris L.
(Jourtright, et nl., Multnomah county,
The lower court found against
bank and is sustained.
i ii iv mm m Buamuirn,
John J. Fraser, appellant, vs. City of,
rortland, coos county, suit to restrain
the collection of a sewer assessment.
...... - .. .
Opinion by Justice H.irris;
lor uetendant reversed.
Spring Valley Notes
i Capital Journal Special Service)
Spring inllev, Or., ,luae 27. Sn
Friday evening the ladies of the J'res-
byteriun missionary society entertain
ed with n social at the homo of Mrs.
Fred Purvine. A program consisting
it singing bv the male quartet, Messrs
Will and Harvev Crawford, Ralph
Scott and France McKinlay, several
solos bv Miss Greta Phillips, Miss
Lucy lliggins, accompanist: two read
ings by iMias Pauline Remington, and
selections on the victrola wns much
njoyed. A" number wore fancy dress
s, among thenr being Mrs. Ralph
Scolt, Japanese lady; Mrs. Fred Pur
vine, (iiiuese lady; Mrs. Wayne Hen
ry, Wallula, the Indian maid; Mrs.
Monroe Purvine, Red Cross nurse;
Mrs. Lynn Purvine, Columbia, and,
Miss J'uiiline lieiiiiiiglon jester.
During the evening Iced tea and
wafers, strawberries and cake and can-
ly weie sold from dainty booths, net
ting the ladies a tidy sum, which will
be used for mission work'.
Mr. ami Mrs. Win. X. Crawford and
son liobert, spent the week end at
Me. Miu m ille wiih Win. Waterbuiv and
1'n in i I v.
Picking eimiinenccd nt the Covle nud
Crawfonl eherrv orchard on Fridav.
Miss Pauline ticinitiglou of Salem
is the guest ol' Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pur
Mrs. Ralph Scott is entertaining
lends from I alifoiuia.
Mr. mid Mii. Miller of North Bend
me visiting II. W. Cooley and family.
.Miss Malile Patrick of Salein spent!
Sunday here with her parents. f Georgette ciepe, with veil.
Miss Carrie Daiim did not accept the(S(, wils 1 1 imhU'i) by her sister Miss
school here, so at a recent meeting i l,,,othv Zinser, who wore a gown of
Miss Klsie Taylor was elected. She ', (rieeu with lace trimmings. How
nas not a candidate nt the first elec- Xinscr was the groom's attendant,
lion, but her plans being changed. wess Minimi Zinser played the march
are glad to have ner with us again, as I (,., i.,,!,,,,,!!!.
she is a good, efficient teacher. Alter the ceremony, which was nt-
Mrs. Fred Suver of Dallas visited : tended bv onlv the immediate families
here recently nith her parents, Mi.;p ,.untraeting parties, a bountiful
and Mrs. W. I.'. Davis. I wedding dinner was served.
Miss Kvn Newberry spent Saturday; r. ami Mrs. Crawford' .are spend
in Salem, her sister, Esther, returning! jny. ,u, Woek nt Asturia nnd other
lionie wit ii her. Miss Father will spend J 110rthei n points, but are expected to
the summer here at the home in' Mr-1 return to Snr'niif Vnllev soon, where
and Mrs. W. I. Ilenrv
.1, I. Miller o-r West Salem worked
here last week for W. 11. Crawford in
the clover hay field.
At the regular annual meeting ofi M..t,cl Purvine entertained on
the school boniil U. C. Sliepard was re- Thursday in nonor of Mrs. Frank Mat
elected director and W. Harvey Craw-1 ,ws
ford clerk. A tax was also levied. Mr, Bt, Mrs. G, II Crawford. Mr.
Miss Junnila Wright has returned ja, Mrs. W, H. Crawford. Mr. and
from n weeks stay in Portland, where j.,s. , X. Crawford and son liobert
she attended the rose cm ui vol. 'aiteudcd the Crawford-Zinser wedding
Miss Helen Baker, who lias been at- .,( Oregon Citv Wednesday,
tending high school in Portland, is - (, l,my went to Portland Sat
here for the summer at the home of'urd:iv to attend his duties as commit
her giandfalher, W. S. Cation. jtceman for the Polk county democrats.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mel Icllan of Salem Mr. nn, Mrs. W. 11. Crawford at
were Sunday guests nt the Cntton Heuded a dinner given Sunday iu Sa
home. ,., ,v Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells, eov-
A crowd of voung people serenaded : ,,rs lieing laid for twelve.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Matthews mi Mon-
day evening. Mr. Matthews and Miss RIVER DAMAGES YARD
.1 .i !:..! I s;.....l
lllt.Mni llllWOIH WI-IT lll.lllll-ll fc'llll-
day nt the home of the bride's parents
at Hopewell. They will live here on
the farm belonging to Joshua Pur
vine of Salem.
Doiinel Crawfoid and Grace Zinser
were married June 2lst at high noon,
at the home of the bride, in Oregon
City. Rev. Landenburrougti performing
The living room wns tastefully deeo-
Willamette Valley News
. (Capital Journal Special Service.)
Silvcrton, Or., June 27. Mrs. M. G.
Gunderson, Mrs. Ijindru, Misses Cor
house and Esther Torre, Mark Paulson
and Guenard Rydell motored over to
La Center Friday. The ladies attend
ed the convention being held at that
Avis Hickg is visiting friends in
Salem this week, going over with her
little cousin, F.ugcuia Fisher, who has
been spending some tlino with grand
A school meeting was held at the
high school building Mondav afternoon
and the director elected to succeed N'.
Dioerness was I J. Adams, and J. W.
Hyett for school clerk. Following the
election of officers the discussion re
uardins? the budget was taken up. A
7 1-2 mill tax was voted for current
expenses. A large percent of the pa
trons present were in favor of cutting
out. some of the courses in the high
school thus dispensing with sonic of
Mrs. T. J. Davis was pleasantly sur
UMied on Tuesday afternoon by a
goodly number of her friends coining
to her home en masse to let her know
they remembered this wns her birth
day and they were to celebrate it roy.
ally. The time was spent in a social
manner and the musical numbers given
bv Miss Annette ltentson pnd Gaylord
Davis, oiid vocal solo by Miss Mario
lfyntt were much enjoyed. A lovely
luncheon was served and Mrs. Davis
received many beautiful gifts in honor
of this natal day. Hearty wishes for
many more happy returns of the day
was spoken ns these good friends
wended their homeward way.
At the Lutheran Synod church on
Wednesday afternoon of this week, oc
curred the marriage of Miss Oliva
Me, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Moe of this city, and Martin Hatte
bcrg, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hatte
berg who are among the. prominent
farmers of this vicinity. Rv. A. O.
White officiated at this wedding
which was one of the very prettiest
events of this month of roses.
The church was beautifully decor
ated for the occasion in pink sweet
pens and white roses. The bride who
is ono of Silvcrton 's most popular ond
accomplished voung ladies was daintily
gowned in silk crepe meteor, with
over draping of chiffon, trimmed with
shadow lace and pearls. She carried a
shower boquet of bride's roses and
fern with tiny ribuon streams mice
tho woven. Along veil oecouiuig'v iubi
i mm. I in her coi t'fVur with the pink and
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white flowers gave it uengnuu. ii.
i ii . .... . t.tii.it i no iiriiuvt-
(I,;., attractive toilet. The brides
maid was Miss Emma Moe, sister of
the bride, who looked charming in
whito voile, lace trimmed. She also
carried a bouquet of pink and white
flowers. The bridegToom dressed in
the conventional black was attended
bv his brother Edwin llatteberg. Fol
lowing the. ceremony was a reception
at the. home of the bride, where the
pretty pink and whito flowed color
scheme was carried out throughout the
rooms. A delicious two course dinner
was served at. 3:30. The bridal table
was the center of attraction, where
the wedding enke with the beautiful
decorations of pink and white sweet
peas and roses was n work of art.
Ribbon streamers were tastefully
draped from the chandelier to each
cover ticiug a dainty favor of pink
Mnnv beautiful and useful gitts
were presented the happy couple who
left on the evening train for a honey
moon trip to Tacoma and Seattle. A
becoming white hat trimmed in blue
to match her going-nway gown of blue
taffeta was worn by the bride on this
eventful journev. The only out of
town guests were Mrs. P. Stevu, sister
of the bride, and children, of Albert
I.en. Minnesota. The other guests
were J. Jacobson and wife, Mrs. .'.
Jacobson, the John and O. L. Ilatte
berg families, Rev. and Mrs. A. O.
White and children, 11. Rindern and
wife n. SoYcrsnn. the Hans Jenson, T.
Severson, lien Tunruc and John Moe
' ,i, M;a,, Then Jenson
laiuiin-n. mni -
id Elsie Salbeig.
U.,ti..l in ,'ieen and white, while yel-
; ow w!ls tu. prevailing color in the
i dining room, an immense bowl of Cat-
; ;fnrni nonnies forming an attractive
! .,.,,, niece
-nm ,ri,le was charming in a gown
Ithev will resid
I Mr. and Mis. Chas. Walling and
vounsr son of Portland, have been the
I guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Walling.
Willamette river has cut away about
two acres of an old hop yard belong
ing to Tom llolnian at Eola and is
threatening land belonging to Walter
Mi-Gee at the same place.
Holnian. with a force of workers, has
been attempting to check the cutting,
but so far all efforts have been use
Monmouth News Items
. (Capital Journal Special Service.)
Monmouth, Ore., June 24. The first
week of the summer course in the Oro
gon Normal school closed with an en
rollment of seven hundrefl and sixty-
five. This number is an increase of
two hundred and fifty-seven over the
total enrollment of the session last sum
mer. I.st Wednesday afternoon President
Ackermnn called a special assembly of
ths Normal students at which time the
school was visited by the board of re
gents. The members of the board pres
eut were Miss Cornelia Marion, of Sa
lem: Mr. V. C. Bryant, of Moro.; Mr.
K. E. Bragg, of I.a Grande; Mr. Ilenrv
J. Mnier, of The Dalles; Mr. H. 6.
btuxkweather, of Salem, and Mr. C. L.
Starr, of Portland.
Tie president and factulty of the
Oregon Normal school have invited all
ot tie students of the school to be pres
ent at the annual reception for summer
school atudeuts at the normal gymnas
ium Saturday night, June 24, at 8
oVlock. This is the first social event
of the summer session.
Plans are being made for an excursion
to Dallas for the summer school stu
dents to attend one number to be de
cided upon later, of the Chautauqua
Last Thursday Blashel Foster, of Polk
and Yamhill counties, most rc-spected
citizen, passed quietly away at his
home in Monmouth. He had been ail
ing for some length of time and ns he
was in his eighty-ninth year, his death
was not surprising to those 'who knew
him. The funeral services were held
him. The funeral services were held
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the
Christian church with the A. F. and A.
M. in attendance. Mr. Foster wns a
native of Indiana, but afterwards
moved to Illinois, where he was mar
ried to Emeline C. Houser. He leaves
his wife and the following children to
mourn his loss: Mrs. C. W. Leonard
and Mrs. A. Parker, of Monmouth; Wil
liam E. and George B., of Davton, and
Martin )., of Washington, 1). C. Mr.
Foster moved to Monmouth in lOOfi, and
has been a member of the Christian
church for 70 years nnd was a Free
Mason for 50 years. He was a man of
wide information on political and his
torical questions and a fine talker
which made many friends for him who
During the past week the manage
ment of the Monmouth hotel has
changed from Mrs. Fred Pyle to Mr. L.
V. Mackens, of Monmouth. Mr. Mack
en has been a resident of this city for
some time while attending the Oregon
normal and is manager of the Norm
theatre. Mrs. Pyle will leave very short
ly for eastern Oregon and Montana. .
Last Tuesday, June 20, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. MacDonnld invited a number of
their friends to celebrate the birthday
of Mrs. MnrDonald. The house was
beautifully decorated with roses. The
evening was spent in a social manner,
the daughters of the host and hostess
furnishing piano and violin music for
the guests. Before departure the guests
wero served to dainty refreshments.
Those present were Messrs. and Mes-
dames Nott, Heffley, White, Gilmore, '
'A fri 1.i,.rhiTJi'riia iT,T T7i7r.'T!',l..rfi-. Box 17, Oregon City, Ore.
GEO. C. WILL
Xew Edison Disk
Each in every
style and all
records for each.
432 State Street
F. E. SHAFER
170 S. Commercial
WOOD - COAL
Old Shoes Hade
The quality of our
work is as high
as the price is low
Ye Boot Shop
325 Stnto St.
Opp. I. add & Bush
on short notice.
Dr. Herman Barr,
Hartman Bros Co
Phone, Office P30
Coal and Wood.
Pool nnd Billiard
Weinhard 'a Vector
cigars, and soft
E. M. Klinger,
(Capital Journal Special Sesvice) '
Scotts Milht, Or., June 27 Wadding
bells have been ringing in our little
burg the past week. Miss Mumve Tool
sun was married at the home of her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ctni'son,
June 21, to Mr. Earl Dean of Muske
gon, Michigan; also at the same tim
and placo Miss Eva Frazier wiw unit
ed in marriage to Mr. FredTicfc Rhi
das of California. Rov. J. K.- Coulson
performing tho marirage ceremony for
both. The happy coupled tooH tho
eveniiia train at Mt. Angel far nn ex
tended wedding tour. After which
Mr. and Mrs. Dean will reside in Mus
kegon and Mr. and Mrs. ftludas will
take a trip to South America iu the
interests of the Friends Missions ther
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Hammer ar
visiting their son Raleigh of Stay.tou.
Mr. and Mrs. Addlemun ae also at
West Stayton seeing after tJit'ir atnil
orchard in that place.
Mrs. S. C. Russell of .Marion who
with her two little daughters . have
been visiting with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Taylor returned to her
Arthur Rich was married June 22 to
an Aumsville lady. They are spending
their honeymoon with the groom's
auut at the Ocean Park beach.
Van Loan, Fuller and Rev. Fishes, Miss
Elizabeth Reed and Mrs. Shore.
Tho Monmouth school district helrl its
annual meeting in the high school audi-
I tliura " la8t Monday evening with a
I large attendance. Mr. Ira C. Powell
was re elected chairman ot the. board
for three years and Mrs. M. Cornelius
secretary for one year.
A. C. Hampton, Hupeiintondent o'
schools at Pendleton, was a Monmouth
The Willamette Camp Fire fHrls f
Monmouth met at the home of. Jlrsi.
Pittman Friday afternoon at I o'clock.
The purpose of the meeting wa for the
presentation ot honor bea4s by the
camp fire guardian to the girls who
had won them. The camp fire g'nU
have planned a hike for next Friday.
They will leave Monmouth and will
walk until s o'clock:. I hey expect to
make several big hikes later on in the
Mrs. G. D. Quisenberry, of Uarris-
burg, has been visiting with okl Mon
mouth friends dunug the past ween.
From here she will make a trip to New
port as she is taking a vacation from
her telephone work.
Mrs. Fred Pvle and two daughters.
Frances and Gene, left this w-ek for
Hardmnn, eastern Oregon, whore thev
will visit Mrs. Pyle's sister. From
there they will go to Montana.
Cecil Berkley and two -sisters, Maude
and Oma, came down from Hosebtirg
Sunday to visit with their aunt, 'Jrs.
A. J. Haley.
Professor Rav Glass, who urns recent
ly engaged as principal of tho Mon
mouth high school for the next scjool
year, has resigned the position for an
offer of the principaiship at North
Bend high school, at $1,000 per year.
GEO. C. WILL
Pianos I sell, the
Best and Cheapest
432 State Street
Capital Drug Store
'I. J. Riggs, Ph. G.
State and Liberty
of the McGilchrist
Auto and Car
Tops and Cush
ions repaired and
P. W. BLISS,
304 S. Com'l.
Wo make your
linen wear longer
and look better
by our nutodry
room aud press
Salem Laundry Co.
Lid S. Liberty St.
Hartman Bros Co
State and Liberty
The Handy Man
Around the House
LIGHT k POWER
Oalc Park Dairy
W. F. Loouey