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TWO THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916.
0 C IE T Y
By ALINE THOMPSON
PERHAPS the moat delightful af
fair of the week was the bridge
party for which Mrs. J. N. Smith
was hostess this afternoon. The af
fair was informal and charming, only
the matrons of the Thursday bridge
club and a lew additional guests be
Miss Ruth Purvine left Thursday
morning for a weeks sojourn in Sea
At the residence of Mrs. E. B. Mil
lard, 2011 V street a lnwn party will
be given Wednesday for the members
of the Ladies Auxilinry of the Span
ish War Veterans. In the evening
a banket picnic supper will be served
and the party will be augmented by
The North Salem Women's club is
planning a picnic to be given Mon
day evening at the fair grounds for
those who took part in the play" Hi
awatha" during the Cherry i'air. Sup
per is to be served out of doors and
tables will bo arranged under the ar
bor in front of Mrs. Edyth Tozicr
Weathered 'a cottage.
)r. and Mrs. W. II. Darby aeeom--nanipd
hv their clients. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Cross of Vancouver, and Mr.
. - - n - i . i .i i. . .. ..
.and Mrs. a. Li. iaroy ami uuub""i
Louise, of Ulendale, left Thursday for
a motor trip to Tillamook.
Mrs. A. E. lmisinore went to Corval
lia Thursday for a several weeks visit
with Mrs. J. W. Crawford.
Thursday afternoon the women of
the First Christian church gave a pic
nic in the Marion square. The host
esses tor the affair were Mrs. P. T.
Porter, Mrs. Thomas Brunk and Mrs.
A. Wenger. During the afternoon the
quests enjoyed several readings and
Those present wen: Mesdiimos Eu-
Senia ' Gillingham, J. 0. Campbell,
mes Godfrey, C. C. Wulte, E. J.
Canatsey, V. E. Loose, II. O. White,
O. A. Chapel, A. M. Hansen, H. C. Hp
ley, F. T. Porter, J. C. Hall, A. Weii-
Ser, Thomas Brunk, C. I Davis, M.
. Peters, B. E. Wilson, William May,
B. C. Kennedy, 0. T. White, A. E.
King, C. A. Scheldredi of Murshlield,
and the Misses Ruth Kennedy, Gladys
Canatsey. , ,
Mrs. I. K. Page asked several
guests in far an informal afternoon
Thursday, to meet Mri. Newton Walk
er of Donald. During the afternoon
Mrs. Walker's small son, tilen, played
aeveral sulcutious on, the piano. The
little fellow is blind and plays remark
ably. He is only tl years old now and
' has played for several years.
The guests were: Mrs. S. P. Kim
ball, Mrs. Libby Houch, Mrs. Scott
Page, Miss Laura Grunt and llrlin and
Kimbal Page who wero asked for Mas-
, ter (Hen Walker.
Tonight the Salonv Patriotic League
will serve ice cream at the band con
cert in Willson Park.- The proceeds
will go to Company M and the needy
families. Mrs. Ueorgs Terwilligor has
charge of sale and will be assisted by
Mrs. ..Helen Southwick, Mrs. Hattio
Cameron, Mrs. Lora McAdams, Mrs.
F. T. Porter, Mrs. Sarah Oliver, Mrs.
W. O. Asseln, Mrs. Fitch and the mem
bers of the Calico club.
Mrs. J. W. Guskill is visiting iu
Airs. Kerns of Summit, Oregon, is
registered at the Capital hotel.
Walter Fry and A. G. Anderson of
silvertou were Salem visitors yesterday.
Mrs. Mary Scholl of the Barnes
store, returned yestcniuy irom a iwo
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young left yes
terday for Spokane whore they will
make their- homo.
Miss Evelyn Smith of Minneapolis
is in the city, the guest of Mrs. Jumcs
N. Murray of ..North Church Btrect.
R. II. Mills, local manngcr for the
Spaulding Logging company, left yes
terday for San Francisco, on company
Mrs. Mary E. Pritchnrd of Portland
secretary of the state women's relief
corps, is in the city, the guest of Mrs.
C. C. Graham and wife wilt leave
this evening for a two week's visit at
Mauldings, near Mt. Hood and later at
Mrs. dames Albert returned yester
day from a month's visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Waun
at Hooper, Wash.
Dr. H. E. Clny is home from an ex
tended visit at' San Francisco where
ho has been taking a post graduate
course in hospital work.
E. T. Barnes and family who aro on
u motor tour in the Hound country,
wero at Tacomn yestcniuy, leaving this
morning for the Mt. Tacoma National
W. W. Moore is in receipt of a tel
egram this morning announcing that
his brother Dr. .1. D. Moore of Pueblo,
Colorado, will visit in the city in a
week or two.
Mrs. 8. E. Peck of SliS North High
street has changed her nddrcss for the
summer to Gardiner, Montana. Mr.
Peck and daughter Ruth expect to
spend the summer in tho Yellowstone
Don't forget your friends on their
vacation they will want to see a home
paper. Phone 81.
In digestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
JOANNA JAMES TO
Young Singer With. Remarkably Tine
Voice Will Make Her Debut
in "The Mikado."
CITY NEWS t
Joseph Arthur Martin, who Joined
the wavy last March, writes that he
has been transferred to the battleship
St. Louis, ami that tho ship was ached
uled to leave Bremerton this morning
at 5:.'10 o'clock, on the way to Mono
lulu, after a stop of a few days at San
Francisco. He was graduated from
the Salem hiL'li school in J914. With
him on the St. Louis are two Salem
boys, Ray Anderson and Roy King.
Life on the rolling wave seems to
please the boys as they are well satis
fied and enjoying life. .
The excursion 01 the Salem street
railway employes postponed from the
Itith, will be hold Sunday, July 30.
This excursion will include not only
the employes, but their families and
friends and the Salem Street railway
hand of 24 pieces. The special will
leave the S. P. depot at 6:30 o'clock
a. m., allowing the excursionists six
hours at Newport. The train will ar
rive in Salem about midnight and ar
rangements have been made to have
the Commercial tsreet and State street
cars meet the train.
This information is for those who
rido on city street can in Salem. Foi
the next ten days, tht-y will be allow
ed to enter the street cars on the
far sido of the street. After August
1, the Salem Street Railway system
will adopt the near side stop, which
means that the car will stop before
crossing the street. This is in accord
ance with the most up to date street
car practice in the ens', and is adopted
to reduce the general hazard of accident.
Now that South Commercial street
is getting ready for the improved con
ditions in the way of paving, while
this is behig done, an effort will be
made to induce the street railway and
the electric light company to use the
samo polos. At present, these two
companies have their own poles, but
they are set close together. The peo
ple living on Commercial street south
of Mission street bolieve tiie general
appearance of things Would be im
proved if there was a single instead of
twin poles about so often.
' The" American flag will goon be fly
ing trom the 70 foot nolo on top of the
I. 0. O. P. building. The trustees of
the lodge recently decided to plnce a
rope on the polo in order that a flag
might be ruined, but the difficulty was
to find a man who could shin up a
pole 70 feet high, six inches in din
meter at the base, ai.d galvanized.
This picture shows "Yum-Yum" pre
paring her toilet for her weddinr.
There is an old adage that "true lovei
never runs smooth." This is roost i
surely the case with Yum-Yum. Tie,
play opens oq the day that she is to be
married to Ko-Ko, her guardian, a cheap
tailor who has been raised to the ex
alted rank of Lord High Executioner,
bnt the man who has really won her
heart is Nanki-Poo, the son of the Mi
kado, who, disguised as a wandering
minister, is singing ballads in the tea
gardens of the town of Titipu. Nanki
Poo in a moment of confidence tells his
rival that he is in love with his ward.
Ko-Ko informs him that he loves her
himself, and is very glad to have his
opinion backed up by such competent
authoritl, but does not see why he
should give up his prospective brtHe
for a wandering minister. Thereupon
Nanki-Poo makes a bargain with "t9
cheap and chippy chopper,", that in
one mouth he will submit to having Ms
head cut off. Ko-Ko agrees to this
and then the fun begins to develop fast
and furious, finally winding up by
Nanki-Poo winning Yum-Yum and qf
Ko-Ko being given the choice of win
ning Katisha (a strong minded old
maid of the Mikado's court) in 10 min
utes, or 'in the event of his failure of
being boiled in oil. Ko-Ko 's hurry up
love scene where he wins the hand or
Katisha by singing the pathetic story of
a little bird that died of a broken heart,
and committed suicide by casting him
self into the "billowy wave," in the
Finally George Beatly, a carpenter
working on the Wexford building, who
was formerly in the navy, volunteered
to climb the pole, which he did to an
admiring anil enthusiastic audience
yesterday afternoon. The trustees of
the Odd Fellow lodge will buy the
flag at an early date.
Tom Ordemann will sing, "Poppy
Time in Old .Japan" nt the band con
cert to be "iven at Willson park this
evening. Tiie program is as follows:
March, "The Southerner" Alexander;
overture, "Orpheus," Offenbach;
waltz, "Bridal Blushes," Schmid; clar
net solo, Zigeunerweisen Sarasote,
plaved by Hans. Meyer; medley,
Reimck's Hits, No. 16, "arranged by
Lampe; vocal solo, "Poppy Time in
Old Japan," Tom Odrenmnn; comic
opera selection, "Robin Hood", De
Koven; novelties a) request. Simplic
ity, (b) "A Garden Dance"; Mor
ceatu characteristique, " Whispering
Flowers", Von Blom; march, "Bar
num & Bailey's Favorite" King.
At the next meeting of the direct
ors of the Commercial club, Benjamin
linen, director of tne puniicitv ana
tourist department, will submit plans
towards advertising the proposed val-
ley loop oi izs miles trom l'ortiamt to
Salem. The loop passes through Ti
gard; McMinnville and Dallas on the
west side, on to Solem. From this
city, the return is on the cast side by
way of Oregon City. Mr. Brick will
propose tne appropnntion or tIUU to
wards advertising the loop, co-operating
with other cities interested. One
of his plans of attracting attention is
to arrange for an automobile day with
Portland whereby a certain day will
bo known as "Valley Loop" day and
arrange for hundreds of cars to make
the trip, with a prop entertainment
of the tourists by the Commercial
When Old Sol Smiles
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City Market Ice &
Distilled Water Ice
On account of the backward season we have decided to reduce the price
of ice greatly. If you are not gotting your ice at rcduecd rates see
us and we will explain the system. Originators of immediate delivery.
We deliver to any part of Salem. r
PHONE 474 141 V. HIGH STREET
famous "Tit-Willow" song, is one of
the funniest bits of comedy that has
ever been seen in light opera. Mftss
Alice Judd is Katisha and Director Wil
son is Ko-Ko, while "The Wandering
Minister" (Naki-Poo) will be sung by
Dr. Ross T. Mclntire
The advance seat sale will open at 1
tne Grand box office on J-riday, July
28, at 10 a. m. The members of 16
Moose lodge have exchange tickets for
sale priced at tl only which are ex
changeable for seats of that price or fo'r
those of general admission at 50 cents,
children 'a tickets at 25 cents or reserved
seats at 75 cents. The public sim-?y
buys $1 tickets an dthen exchanges
them for the seats of price that are
preferred. There is a great advantage
in choice of seats by reserving in ad
vance, and even on general admission
tickets it does away with some the
standing in line to get tickets on the
nights of the shows while some who
already have tickets are yetting the bet
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to rent thai new cottage next to Grace and Billy?"
- "Huh! Afford it? Why, our garage cost more than
the whole house. Have you gone crazy ? "
"I don't care what it cost. Grace says it's just like
hers and if it is I want to live in it."
"Well, for the love of say! may I ask just what is
the matter with this simple, unpretentious, little hun
dred thousand dollar dwelling?"
"You may ask, and it will give me great pleasure to
tell you. 1 haven't a decent floor in the house. My
wall paper and hangings are old fashioned. Most of
my lighting fixtures are loose or too tight. I don't be
lieve my plumbing is safe. My old gas stove is about
as efficient for cooking as a kerosene lamp. And father!
The hot water service that Grace has! You know
yourself that we don't have hot water before nine any
morning. There's never enough for the laundry, and
as for getting hot water at night, we might as well be
living in a tent. And to think that all Grace has to do
to get a cupful or a hundred gallons of steaming hot
water is to turn a faucet any time of day or night I
"How does she do it?" '
"They have a Ruud Automatic Hot Water Heater
connected up directly with the water and gas pipes.
She never gives it an instant's thought or attention.
It's the same as having hot water piped into your
house like gas."
"Well, why don't you get one?"
"Oh! thank you. IT! telephone in the morning to
the Gas Company."
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