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rwHE summer .relaxation has come,
I and It is just as much a part of
the year as the winter's round of
dances and mad tear and hurry of the
gay season. . Society has been looking
forward to a little respito from the so
cial gayeties and now that the lovely
auauner weather is here preparations
are growing daily for trips to the var
ious beaches and summer resorts.
Those who are loft at home live out
of doors as much as possible these
Every form of amusement that takes
one out in to the open is popular, and
the simpler and nearer to nature that
it is the more it js liked. Nothing of
a formal nature bus a chance as those
who are here naturally do not' feel in
clined to indulge in any pronounced
The new bathing beach opens up a
broad vistas for merriment and swim
ming will undoubtedly be one of so
eiety's particular tliveisions during the
Charming in evtry dotail was the
small bridge party for which Mrs. J.
N. Hmith was hostess on .Friday after
noon. The nffuir was most informal
ad lovely, the card, tables being plac--d
on the large veranda where golden
fcued garden flowers and greens were
effectively arranged in huge baskets
fluents were asked for three tables
of bridge and the card honors were
won by Mrs. Frank W. Spencer. Mrs.
Hmith was assisted by Mrs. Lenta
The matrons of the Thursday bridge
lub and a few additional players were
guests and included: Mrs. Fred 8.
ittewart, Mrs. Thomns B. Kay, Mrs.
Charles L. Me Nary, Mrs. II, J. Behul
Jermaa, Mrs. Frank W. Spencer, Mrs.
K. K, Waters, Mrs. diaries L. Dick,
Mrs. John H. McNury, Mrs. Edgar
Hartley, Mrs. Lenta Westacott, Mrs.
George Waters, Mrs. Frank W. Spen
cer and her house guest Miss Spencer
of Kansas City.
Mrs. William C. Knighton went to
Portland Friday to greet her friend
Mrs. K. D. Roberts of Los Angeles, Cal
ifornia, who is the guest of Mrs.
tlharles Kainra. Mrs. Hoberts has many
friends in Snlom society, and plans to
visit Mrs. Knighton before her return
She is the mother of Mrs. Philip
Kamm and Mrs. Walker Kamra of San
Francisco, who formerly lived iu Port
laud where they wore popular mem
for of tiie smart . set. The girls visit
ed in Salem bef'oro their marriage and
will be remembered as the churming
Misses. Louise and Murie Hoberts.
Honoring her house 'guest ' Mrs. I,e
Roy Emerson Fairbanks of ' Seattle,
Mi.. Will, nnlln ,,rt.innrt '!
Thursday afternoon with a pretty :
bridge tea. Guests were asked for
three bibles of bridge, card honors fall
ing to Miss (lertrude Koltcs of River
At the tea hour tho mrty was aug
mented by a few more matrons and
maids. After the gnme Miss Lela Sla
ter played several charming piano
The Belle residence was artistically
decked with Dorothy Perkins roses,
sweet pens, maiden hair ferns, a
color scheme f pink being adopted
throughout the rooms.
Miss Belle was assisted by hor sis
ter, Miss Eugenia Belle.
Those asked to meet the visitor
Mrs. Thomas 0. Smith, Jr., Mrs. Cur
tis B. Cross, Mj-s. Chauucey Bishop,
Mrs. George William c-ruy, Mrs. Clvde
C. Graham, Mrs. James A. Wilson, Mrs.
Loui lAchmuiid, Mrs. A. M. Cahler,
Miss Winifred Byrd, Miss Cora Talk
ington, Miss Eunane Craig, Miss Veda
Cross, Miss Carolyn Hurst, Miss Lela
Slater, Miss Gertrude Knifes of Riv
erside, California, Miss Nancy Skaifo,
miss mary l'.CKOrnu. Miss Marmiret
1 'lit nam
nuu HUM .up mocKion.
Miss 'Maliel Wjthyconibo who motor
ed to Portland the first of the week
with her mother, Mrs. James Withy
eombe, returned liwt night. She wis
accompanied by Mrs. Merrill B. Moores
who is the guest of hor sister, Airs.
Oeorge W, Gray.
Margaret Mason Writes of
By Margaret Mason.
Lovely moonfaced maiden
In your Luna veil
The moon of you is jealous
And turns with envy palo.
New Vork, July 22. If John Arm
strong Charmer should ask "Who's
Luney nowf" we should all have to
answer "W all are simply luney over
the new Luna veils."
They go to greater lengths iu the
original veil lines than anything we
have been offered for many months.
Of two and a half yard lengths of
. hemstitched chiffon, the Luna veil has
aa inset of exquisite lace veiling, either
white or black round as the full moon
aid about half a yard in dlametor.
Thia is for your face to peep seductive
ly through while the rest of the chif
foa folds swathe your head and throat
ia gracious and diaphanous manner.
Mot in. blue moon have you .seeu
anything so lovely as Luna veil
of aaure chiffon ,inspt with black luce.
A white one with a black inset is strik
ing and one yellow as Luna herself has
a black lace opening also, while wou
derful rose shade has either black or
white to choose from, .
These veils are won not only for
motoring but unusually are adapted for
moonlight night wear or even on those
aighti when Diana hides her face in
Complimcuting .Miss Theodosia "Ben
net, bride-elect, Mrs. R. W. Walton
was hostess Friday for a charming and
artistic luncheon. The affair was plan
ned to make known the date of Miss
Bonnet's marriage to C. B. Martin of
Portland, which will be an event of
The table was prettily adorned with
pink sweet peas and ferns and pink
Luncheon was followed by music.
Mrs. Charles Bates and Miss Eugenia
Belle sang several solos and Miss Lu
cile Kuutz played a selection on the
The guests were: Mrs. W. D. Smith,
Mrs. Ji. A. Bcnner, .Mrs. urover Uel-
lingcr, Mrs. Floyd Utter, Mrs. Charles
K. liutes, Miss rvugema rlelle, ausb
Margaret Gill, Miss Grace Smith, Miss
Micile Kuntz, and Miss .Margaret bra
Dr. and Mrs. Harry E. ( lay are be
ing welcomed after a several weeks
sojourn in San Fraucisco. While in
the south the ('lavs were delightfully
entertained and were the guests of
Dr. and Mrs. Harry T. Roberts on
a motor trip to Han Jose, Hnnta Clnra,
Palo Alto and other interesting points
around the boy.
One of the most delightful events
of the week was the informal public
reception given at the residence of
Mrs. I,. K. Page on Wednesday after
noon to honor the management of the
The hostesses for the affair were
Mrs. Page, Mrs. K. E. Lee Steiner,
Mrs. Walter Denton, Mrs.R. S. Wallace
Mrs. George Q. Brown, Mrs. II. C. Ep-
ley and Mrs. O. A. Chapel.
An enjoyable and interesting fea
ture of the function was the number
of men who attended and made them
solves attractive to the throng of wom
en surrounding them. During the tea
hours over KM) guests called to meet
The afternoon was made especially
enjoyable by a short programme. Miss
Chisve Niles sang three charming
solos, "In the Garden of My Heart"
(Car! Roma), "Tiio Jdingnon" (u -llnrdolot),
"Sunshine" (Carrie Jacobs
Bond. Mrs. F. T. Porter gave sev-
cral readings including "Tradin' Joe"
(Riley), "A Dutch Parody" and
"Barbara Fritchie"; Archie Smith
sang "Mother Mine" (Frank Tow
ers), "A Moonlight Song" (Cadmnn),
and "Mother McCreo", as an encore.
Dr. M. Robprts accompanied him on
The Page , residence was prettily
decked wiui 'quantities of Sliasta, dais
ies and terns. Ill me tuning roum t
luiife bowl of fragrant sweet pens cen-
rB,'the ,rtm,le ' "'''"u0 7 u
Mibs Alia Junes and M iss Ruth Hodge
Asahel Bush, accompanied by J.
Frank Hughes, motored to Newport
this afternoon. Tho Bushes are plan
ning to build a Hummer home in Agute
Beach next season and Mr. Bush went
over to see about buviug a lot.
Benefits for the men of Company M
and their families are claiming the at
tention of society, and the next nffuir
to be given is the jitney dunce, which
will take place Tuesday evening on
the pavemcul during the band concert.
The Salem Patriotic League and the
city are co-operating in giving the
dance and a tlirong of devotees, as
suredly will throng the pnvement.
Mrs. William Melvin Plimpton has
as her guest Mrs. Willis Duniway of
1'ortland. Mrs. Duniway is planning
a delightful motor trip to Mt. Rainier
anil will be accompanied by the I'liuip
tona and their children, Sherman and
Janet. T'ney expect to leave the first
of the week and will include a visit
to Tiieoma, Vancouver and Seattle in
On their return Mrs. Plimpton Slid
children wi'l go to West Lake, where
they will spend the remainder of the
season at the summer place in Airs
Plimpton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II
Miss Ellen Thielsen has returned
home from a few days visit iu Port
pouting jealousy. of Earth's fair daugh
ters. They really are intended for any
dress occasion wheu one goes unhntted.
The lace disk is worn over the face
while tho chiffon protects the coiffure
and acta also as a siHrf around your
throat and bare shoulders.
A new veil for motoring exclusively
comes in the most vivid shades of chif
fon and is three yards long. It has tin
elaatie sewed in a rirelo over your
motor hat and forms a puff of veiling
over the crown while part of the
width fulls over the front of the face
and the other in the back. The long
ends are then knotted under your
chin and allowed to float in the br'ecae
and if you choose to sit iu the front
they may Incidentally get all tangled
up in the steering wheel.
Following the fad for stripes there
re also chiffon veils of white, striped
widely in either blue, rose, green and
yellow or mauve.
On the face of things veils eoutinue
five of mesh with delicate lace borders
or all over traceries. Because of the
huge dimensions of thia season's fav
orite hat the face veil is of a necessity
put on first, next to the head and un
der the ehapeau.
Alas, it is oft too true that most of
us have nothing much else under our
hats but our veils.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Fisher left
today for a motor trip to, Chehalis.
Wash., where they will be the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. E. McBrooin. They
were accompanied as far as Portland
by Mrs. Sherman W. Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher expect to re
turn Wednesday and will bring Mrs.
McBroom. and daughter, Miss Nollis,
home with them..
Now that the warm Weather is here
most everyone is on the qui vive for
the opening of the new public bathing
beach, which gives promise of being
one of the gayest and most popular
spots in Salem this summer.
The men worked hard all day Fri
day cleaning lip the beach and. were
happy to greet the maids and matrons
who went over late in the afternoon
to serve them, a lunch.
Those assisting were: Mrs. George
Rodgers, Mrs. Zadoe Riggs, Mrs. Mel
vin Plimpton, Mrs. W. H. Burghardt,
Jr., Mrs Arthur Wilson, Mrs. Chaun
cvy Bishop, Mrs. Walter McDougal,
Mrs. W. H. Lytle, Mrs. Marvin Cabler,
Mrs. Fairbanks of Seattle, Mrs. Karl
Neugebaucr, Miss Mary Creed Howard,
Miss Mabel Robertson, Miss Lucille
Belle, Miss Gene Belle.
A charming informal dinner was giv
en Wednesday evening by Mrs. Ada
Strong and Miss Ellen Thielsen at the
home of the latter. The affair was
planned as a little attention to Mrs.
Walter Eakin of Astoria and Mrs.
Henry B. Thielsen, on the occasion of
The artistical'" appointed table was
aglow with red poppies, and covers
were placed for Mrs. Enkin, Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Catlin, Mrs. Alice H.
Dodd. Mr. and MrB. Thielsen, Frederic
Thielsen and the hostesses.
Mrs. Edwin L. Baker and Mrs. John
D. Caugbill are enjoying the sea
breezes at Newport, having taken a
cottage there for the summer. They
left Thursday and were accompanied
hv Ralnh Watson of Portland. Later
iu the season Mr. ond Mrs. Oliver C.
Locke will join the party for a visit.
About 00 matrons and maids called
Thursday at the Y. W. C. A. to greet
the instructors and visiting members
of the Epworth League, who are in
Salem this week.
An artistic array of sweet peas
adorned the rooms. The guests were
received bv Mrs. R. S. Wallace, Mrs.
A. N. Bush, Mrs. C. A. Park, Mrs. F.
A Elliott. Mrs. Frank Spears, Mrs. J.
O. Goltra, Mrs. George G. Brown, Miss
A. MeCulloueh, Mibs Elizabeth Lord
and Miss Florence Cleveland.
Miss Grace Bean presided over tnt
punch bowl and the Misses Catharine
Carson, .Muriel otoeves aim .nunc
Mrs Chester Cox has as her guests
over the week end, her mother and
sister-in-law, Ms. E. II. Cowlos, and(
Mrs. Donald Cowles and small son Don
Jr., of Woodburn.
Mrs. Hcnrv Poisal entertained In
formally in honor of Miss Alice Mc-
Holland and MiBS Amelia Bttbcock.
The affair was a birthday dinner for
the girls and the table- was adorned
with pniK roses ariisiiriuijf iui"ki
with ferns. Covers were placed ror
Mm Ada St runs left Thursday for
a sojourn at Agate Beaeii, where her
daughter, Mrs. Frederic v. iineisen
and children are summering. She was
accompanied by Mr. Thielsen who will
spend several weeks at the shore.
A smnll informal dinner was presid
ed over Friday evening by Mr. nnd
Mrs. George W'. Lewis. A bowl of sort
colored garden flowers centered the
table. Covers were, placed tor H.
Mr. and Mrs. Williiim Walton (Har
riett Hargrove) who have been enjoy
ing a wedding trip in southern Cali
fornia are expected home next week,
About hnlf a dozen little play mates
were guests at the attractive birthday
luncheon given Mnx Hartley, Monday
at the home of iiis parents, Dr. and
Mrs. C. Hartley, in the Court apart
ments. A huge birthday cake surrounded by
red candles centered the table around
which were seated: Eleanor Smith,
Gwendolen and Clifford Bryngelson,
Hillv Stevenson, Groyreth and Tommy
Edwards and the young Host.
Mrs. S. S. East has ns her house
guest Miss Carolyn Haughton of Santa
Ann, California. Miss Haughton ar
rived lust night and will spend sever
al weeks in Salem.
The lure of the out door life is not
equalled by any call of a more restrict
ed social nature and as peonle -throw
themselves into the joyous spirit of
sninmer moturinir becomes more essen
tial to their pleasure. Oregon has
many enchanting spots and tne ic
Keuzie has beeu discovered as a new
place of delight this seaon for vaca
tionist and others who are flocking
there to camp and fish.
Today several parties of c-aiem ioiks
motored up for a few days outing. A-
niong those going were:
Dr. and .Mrs. flurry Ulinger, Air. anu
Mrs. Homer Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
min Steiner and son Carl, Mr. and
Mrs. Karle Anderson. Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Farmer, Mr. r.nd Mrs. Charles
Bier. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCarthy
of Independence and others.
Misa Mabel Withyeombe, daughter
of Governor and Mrs. Withyeombe,
motored from Salem Thursday to lunch
with Mrs. Murtin at the Hotel Port
land. During Miss Withyeombe 's so
journ at the exposition in San Francis-,
co she was frequently a guest of Mrs.
Martin 'a at notable f auctions. Ore-1
. By ALINE THOMPSON :
Perhaps-the most ' "delightful affair
planned tor next week is tne lnloraMU
tea for which Mrs. Charles Gray ana
Mrs. George William Gray will be host
esses on Wednesday afternoon at the
residence of the latter to honor .Mrs.
James VPithycombe . and .Miss Mabel
Withyeombe. A number of matrons
and maids have been asked to call be
tween the hours of four and six o'clock
to welcome the attractive newcomers
to Salem society.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Myers were
hosts for a small informal dinner Mon
day evening, honoring Mrs. Hugh Wil
liamson of Portland, who has been vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Homer Goulet.
Covers were placed for 8.
Mrs. W. C. Kerron, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. R. E. Lee
Steiner for a few days, returned to
her home in Portland Friday.
A jolly picnic was given recently by
the members of the Sweet Briar club
in the grove near the country home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Franklin on the
Wallace road. After supper the guests
circled a huce bou fire and the even
ing was rounded out by telling stories.
The memoers ot tne ciuo ana meir
families participated in the gayeties
and included: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Beckett, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Pettys,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Franklin, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Olinger, Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
Moll, Mrs. Hodeon, Mr. and Mrs. J.
lmlah. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Kimball,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Webb, Mr. and
Mrs. John Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Bunn, Miss
Nellie Taylor, Miss tinynoi tiecKeti,
Miss Mildred Bunn, the Misses Mabel
and Margaret Olinger, Miss Mildred
lmlah, Miss Marie Christine rergusou,
Miss Blanche Gibson, G. W. Gibson,
Hugh, Dwight and Howard Adams,
Gordon and Wilmet Moll, Lockwood
Franklinn, Harold Bunn and Russell
and Carl Beckett.
A small informal dinner was given
Thursday evening at the residence of
Mr. ana Airs, v. imam jicuucnnsi, jr.
It was a stag party, and the guests
were mostly the benedict friends of
Mr. McGilchrist whose wives are out
of the city. A bowl of lovely sweet
pens centered the tab'.e around which
covers were placed for:
George Post, C. B. Webb, George J.
Watson, Paul Stcge, Dau Langenberg
and the hosts.
- . -n .
Rev. and Mrs. Henry J. Talbott were
hosts for a dinner Friday evening com
i- - u f L-rv
pl.menting the ns ructors of
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ten around a prettily appointed taoie,
adorned with soft colored sweet peas
Mrs. Louis Bechtel cntertnined infor
mnlly on Friday afternoon, asking as
her guests the members of tne I'ytnian
Sisters club. An afternoon of sewing
was enjoyed on the porcn and later
the hostess served refreshments assist
ed by Miss Lizzie Starkley of Port
land. About 22 club members and several
guests wero present.
Don't You Want A
Beach Set Like This?
THE SAND GIRL.
Natural toned tussore, with a gay
border of varied browns and reds, gives
this smart coat. .The peanut straw hat
is strapped with striped silk fringed
to match the fabric of the beach cushion
and the workbag. Vacation girbj will
seize upon this design.
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Mr.' and Mrs-TWilliam T. Grief re
turned this afternoon from Portland
where they wero guests at he dinner
dance for which Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Cobb were hosts last night- in tthe
crystal room of the Hotel Benson. Mr.
Cobb is president of the Falls City
Lumber company with which Mr. Grier
Salem society turned out eif masse
to attend the recent Chautauqua and
to greet the many interesting and at
tractive visitors it brought to our city.
One of the many charming guests in
Salem during the week was Miss Dris
coll of Waterloo, Iowa, superintendent
of the junior Chautauqua. Miss Dris
coll was very favorably impressed with
Salem, and is said to nave remariced
that "she found Salem people the
most delightful of any on her tour."
She made a host- of friends here, and
became especially popular with the lit
tle folks who attended the junior chau
tauqua. A number of women and
young folks gathered at the train to
bid her adieu and literally showered
her with flowers. She received several
very lovely bouquets, one being pre
sented to her by Mrs. Walter Deutou
and Mrs. O." A. Chapel from a group
of women who were interested in her
Mrs. Jean Miller Rahn, contralto, of
this city has been engaged to sing at
the jewelers convention to be held in
Albany on Mpnilay aad Tuesday of
Mrs. A. L. Clearwater was the re
cipient of a pleasurable surprise party
Wednesday evening when a number of
friends gathered during her absence
to celebrate the anniversary of her
The rooms were decorated with gar
den flowers and greenery and the
evening was spent playing 600 and
other card games. At a late hour re
freshments, were served by her daugh
ter, Miss Garnett Clearwater, assisted
by Miss Mabel West.
TboBO present were: Mr. and Mrs.
L. H. Lickcl, Mr. and Mrs. Ben T.
West, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Mattock,
Mrs. Florence Spenerr, Mrs. M. E.
Bewley, MiBS Florence Smith, Miss
Mabel West, Miss Frances Cameron,
T. W. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Corn
forth, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bavis, MrB.
J. L. McAdams, Mrs. May Dell Smith,
Mrs. Hattie Cameron, Miss Helen
Smith, Miss Gertrude West, Miss Gar
Thursday afternoon the members of
J . 1 4 - 1 ' JT iL MT t 1)..
rn Aid society oi uie uumu a jwj-
Ep-.lief Corps wvre entertained at the
home of Mrs. Lizzie Smith, 1985 Con
ter street. The hostesses were Mes1
dames Smith, Hattie Skelton, Henry
Seiiott, George Terwilliger, Frank
Thompson, Echo Stanton and Hattie
The rooms were effectively and ap
propriately decorated with, flags and
garden flowers, and the guests spent
the afternoon sewing, loafer a patriot
ic programme and refreshments were
Those present were: M,csdames Mar
ion Snover, Echo Stanton, Anna Dins-
more, Edna E, Morgan, Bessie Martin,
Ada B. Simpson, Laura B. McAdams,
Delia Cleaxwater, Dora Follrich, Cor
delia La Bare, Mary Kafoury, Sarah
Peterson Amy Ellis, J. E. Blodgott,
Florence Shipp, Mollie Denison, Louisa
Fortner, Hattie Skelton, Mary M. Fox,
M. L. Latham, L. J. Remington, Katie
Sehott, M. 8. Gchlhar, J. D. Goble,
B. A. Davis, Clarence McKenzie, M,.
C. Thompson, Lou Kraffsf, J. E. Snod
gross, George Frazure, Mary Briggs,
Florence Spencer, Mary Howd, Abuer
Lewis, L. W. Ackermnn, L. Short, C.
C. Roscoe, B. F. Salmon, Ella Hunt,
H. B. Cameron, Myra Dotson, Mina
Saunders, Mabcllo Lockwood, Margar
et Stanton, Alice Caldwell, M. Louise
Welles, Wm. La Bare.
Wednesday evening a large ami ap
preciative audience uttended the mus-
lcale given by the young folks of
Highland at the Friends church. There
was much talent displayed and the
numbers were all ably and effectively:
The solo by little Miss lua Riues
was especially pleasing and the dainty
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will be convinced.
THE CENTRAL PHARMACY
Is the Place to Get it
A. B. POOLE and A. T. WOOLPERT,
410 State Street" Phone 276
little singer responded to an encore
with "The Cook." Mrs. Hendry also
received much applause for her solo
the "Holy City." : . .,
The Peters music store" kindly furn
ished the piano for the evening and JS'.
1). Elliott, printer, the programmes.
The following numbers were given i
Drilling Harry ISechtel
Break Into Song ,. I. H.' Merriitth
Moonlit Waves George Williams
Iu Heavenly Love Abiding
LcMatin O. C'hamlnadc
Fred Cline, Isola Smith
My Heart and The Rain
W. H. Neidlingcr
My Sen 1 Carrie Jacobs-Bond
Cavalry Advance Gallop
Gladys Scott, lsola Smith i
The Holy Cily ...
A La Bien Aimee. Edward Shutt
Isola Smith r.
One Fleeting Hour Karl Fuiirmann
Valeda none v
Ase's Death Edward Grcig
Fred Cline, Isola Smith
A Perfect Day Carrie Jacobs-Bond
Alden White f
Overture G. Rossini
Valeda Hoxie, Fred Cline
Y. W.C A. NOTES
New members and renewals of the
Young AVomen'a Christian Association
since June 1st are as ionows: .uisses
Barbara Eisenbarth, Georgia Broj'Ies,
Bertha Broylcs, Grace N. Babcock,
Mary Babcock, Ellen Hodson, Gracri
Taylor, Imeijle Heme, uertruuo .
Kuutz. Romnev Pearl Snedeker, Ber
tha V. Jackson, Adaleua Jackson, Ma
rie Blodget and Ura Cavitt, Alesdames
O. J. Wilson, E. 8. Tillinghaat, M. E.
Brewer, U. G. Shiplev, Chas. U. Mil
ler. M. E. Brooks. C. E. Bates, Julia
Chirk of Chemawa and Mrs. E. J. Bul
gin of Portland.
Three have joined the nurses regis
try Binee June 1st they are Miss G.
Savage, Miss Ora Cavit and Miss Ma
Mrs. G. C. Pewtherer chairman of
the social committee has been very
fortunate in securing Mrs. C. E. Bates
an enthusiastic worker, on her com
mfttc. A nunibr of young women living at
the Y. W. C. A. enjoyed an outing
Friday eveupng in Alberts parck.
Lunch was served under the trees at
Would not the ladies of Salem, like
to help the Young Women's Christian
Association enlarge their winter sup
ply of fruit. Of coure you would and
surely you would never miss a glass
of jelly nnd jam or a jar of eherrics,
pears and plums. The board ot direc
tors would greatly appreciate this fav
or. If its not convenient for you to
bring the fruit to the association build
ing please telephone and it will be
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froni Peronne south to Craonne, and if
the southward swing of the French
arm in the direction of Chaulnes con
tinues, a retirement must be considered
by the enemy from the villages of
Boye, Losigney, Ham, Noyon and La
Days Fighting a Draw.
Paris, July 22. Unsuccessful Ger
man attacks were reported in today's
official statement. They occurred at
Moulin and Soustouvent in the form
of rofiouniters, then artillery bombard
ments near Fumin and fleury. in or
ganized German attack out of Dain
loup and a strong assault north of
Saint Die. All were repulsed.
The communique announced that a
French air squadron on Friday had
dropped 115 heavy , shells on Metzsa
blon iu the Vosges, doing great dam
age. A German aeroplane which
sought to pursue the French attackers,
was brought down. One French aero
plane squadron has so far failed to re
turn. The first report of any ' action
around Belfort was contained in the
statement that a Oerman air squadron
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
bombarded that city without damage.
The official outline of the day 'ti
fighting shows a scries of desperate
and unsuccessful cuuuter attacks by
the Germans in "various riarts. of tho
Dftttle front. A strong German recon-
naisance. force, was dispersed-on tho
right bank of the Meuse. German ar
tillery mined vast quantities of shelly
at French positions around Fumin and
Fleury and in the same sector an in
fantry attack waB repulsed by: the
French troops. Tho saiuo sort, of nn
assault was made, last night .north of
Saint Die in the vosges and was like
wise repulsed. With very heavy losses
tor the attacking columns.
' Russians Gain at Points,
Petrograd, July 22. General Brusil-
off's Russian troops today proceeded
methodically on their way to tl)e. north
ern Galician border, southward front
Lutzk. The Russian forces accom
plished the feat of crossing the swol
len rivers Liiia and Styr-in the face of
the enemy's fire and of tho. wresting
of the Austrian positions from tho
enemy. , '
The Austrmns are surrendering in
whole units, to tho czar's forces,
Fast flying cavalry squadrons were
today pressing forward toward Brody
and Galacia from Verben, which point
was yesterday wrested from the Aus- ,
trian forces. " The Galician border lieu
very close to Verben .and it was con
fidently expected today that- the of
ficial statement would revcol Russian
troops fighting on Austrian soil. Huge
Russian masses of troops are now
concentrating on Jablonitza pass. to tho
extreme south and pressing forward.
The Russian advance here is the lower
encircling movement. .
In Petrograd there is intense inter
est in news from General Kuropatkin'u
drive at General Von Hindenburg's
front west and south of Riga. Dis
patches from the city say the rear of
the czar's artillery is plainly audible
there, and that the .Russian attackcro
have already swept acrosB three lineu
of German trenches. The first, big
batch of German prisoners have ar
rived at Riga.
Rejoicing over the success of tho
Russian drives from Riga and toward
Galicia was added to by the official
news that- the grand duke Nicholas'
forces in the Caucasus has captured
Gumuskhanes, 45 miles southwest of
Trebisond, a point of great strategic
value on the way to Erzigman, at
which point the Russian forces aro
Release British Ship. .
Berlin, via wircfesB to Sayville,
July 22. German authorities have or
dered release of the British steamer
Adam, capture by a German torpedo
boat, since investigation disclosed tho
vessel was captured within Swedish
On the other hand, a telegram from
Sweden states that a Russian sub
marine, operating in Bottinn Bay, off
Ratan and within Swedish territorial
waters, fired a torpedo at tho German
Reports from The Hague say tho
British have confiscated first class
mail on the liner Ryndyani, enrouto
from tho Dutch West Indies to Rot
terdam. Six Trawlers Sunk.
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville,
July 22. German submarines on July
17 sunk six British trawlers off the
British east coast, according to admir:
alty announcement today. -
Russians Attacks Weaker.
Berlin, via Wireless to Sayville, !.
I., July 22. Russian attacks aro
growing feebler on tho east front, ac
cording to official heaKHurters re
ports today. General Von Hindcnburg
reported that southeast of Riga the
enemy's attack was frustrated. Rus
sian attempts to cross tho Dmena on
both sides of Fricderrichstsdt failed.
"North of Dvcnten," the report
adds, "a small detachment crossed the
river. Northwest of Smorgan ad
vanced field guards were driven back
before superior forces."
General Linsingcn reported, that
after having stopped Russian nttacktt
between Werben and Korsov, "the
salient positions around Werben wero
taken back before an unexpected en
Allies Held, Bay Germans.
Berlin, via Sayville Wireless, July
22. The allies were unable to continue
their attack on the German lines fol
lowing the repulse of previous as
saults, the official statement from the
war office announced today.
Repulse of several separate nttackit
was reported with the oV.pture of ninn
machine guus nud several dozen pris
oners. The official statement said:
'On the Soiunie sector the enemy
was unable to resume their large uni
form thrust after the previous day 'a
"Separate .attacks - .were remilsetl
without rffort or strife at the begin
ning. While cleaning a British aes in
Foureaux wood, -several -down, prison-
era and nil machine guns were cap
tured. . ;
"Lively artillery - .duels .continued
with interruptions. -, .
" In the early morning French lat
tacks on sevcraUronta.aorth of. iMas
sigs, failed.. On both' sida of.'lflio
Mense artillery fire temporarily r'in
creased to higher intensity?-"
" Yesterda"' morning and last night
enemy attacks in the Flenry sector
failed". German patrols captured four
teen men in French positions north
west of Saint Drest. Both sides
showed lively activity throughout tho
night and day.
"Several enemy air attacks caused
small military damage, but 'eaoseel
some damage among civilians. At
Laon one woman was wounded and
three children killed.":.
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