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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1916.
S OCIE T Y
By ALINE THOMPSON
The tennis tournament which open
ed today in Portland at the Waverly
-country club in attracting considerable
attention and a number of Halem de
votees of the raquet are planning to
motor down (luring trie week.
Entries have been made from Wash
ington. Idaho, California and numer
ous Oregon rities, many prominent
players being among the entrants.
Walter u. Mctiougai ana ueorge x.
Badgers will be among those partici
pating in the tourney, both having en
tered for the men's singles. Mr. Rod
ders will play Walter A. Gobs, and Mr.
McUougal, tiouis K. mnce.
Mrs. Anthonr Klein went to Port
land Saturday for a few days visit
with uer daughters, Mrs. worman
Jourtney and Mrs. Claude I'luliber.
Mrs. George Pcaree and daughters
the Misses helen and Dorothy Pearce
nave gone to Newport for the summer.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
J'eurce s mother, Mrs. 1;. small.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Moores,
accompanied by Mrs. James I. Sebultz
Motored to Salem from Portland Sat
urday and were the guest of Mr. and
, Mrs. Charles Weller. They returned
. Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Merwin and
mall son, Paul Henry, motored home
Haturdav for a few days visit in fort
land. Mr. and Mm. Merwin had plan
ned to leave Portland with friends on
jl motor trip to Astoria, Seaside and
Tillamook, but were called home. They
expect to continue their trip the last
of the week.
Hick milk, malted train, in powder form.
For infanta, invalids 'growing children.
Pure nutrition, upbuilding 1st whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers ui the aged.
More nutritious than tea, coffee, etc
Instantly prepared. Requires no cooking.
Snlititutei Cost YOU Same Price
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Minto and
small son, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. fry
and family, .Mr. anil Mrs. John t rai
and Mass iiernice Crnig, Mr. mid Mjs.
hugar Hartley and Miss Katherme
Hartley and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hteus
loff were among those who made up a
party and motored to Sodnville tor a
Mrs. Frank P. Talklngton had as her
week end guest Mrs. VMlIinm Mohlan-
der of Portland.
Dr. ami Mrs Ttnrrv IT. Olinoei hfiVA
as their house guest Miss Creta Olinger
of Dr. Olinger. Miss Olinger will
spend several weeks in Salem visiting
An informal lawn party was given
Friday by Mrs. E. B. Millard and Mrs.
S. C. DeLona at the home of the lat
ter. About a dozen matrons of the
Agenda club gathered to share in the
pleasures of an afternoon of sewing.
Later l party was augmented by the
men, who came for supper. Assisting
the hostesses were Mrs. V. U. Holt,
Mrs. A. E. Hunt and Mrs. J. A. Mills.
After supper the evening was gaily
rounded out by games and music.
The guests included: Mr. and Mrs.
A. E. Hunt and sun, Mr. and Mrs. 8.
C. DeLong and daughter, Blanche; Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Kuntz and sons, Miss
Leluh McCaddam, Mr. and Mrs. U. O.
Holt and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Mills, Henry Vanilervort and Miss
Jennelle Vandervort, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Voorhies and daughters, Henri
ett and Catherine; T. J. Kuntz and
Miss Lucille Kuntz, Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Lee and sons, Paul and Lyod, and
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Vincent mid chil
Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Allen and chil
dren accompanied by their guest, Mrs.
A. Clump of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs.
Kolliu K. Page lett last week for a
motor trip to the MeKenzie river,
where they will enjoy a several days
Friday the members of the Auxiliary
of the Spanish War Veterans were en
tertained at the home of .Mrs. James
II. Chenoweth, 70 Xorth liith street.
Flags, pink rose's and greenery were
used to decorate the rooms and the
guests devoted the afternoon to sew
ing. Later the hostess served a colla
Those nresent were Mesdames Fred
Thompson, W. O. Asseln, D. L. Smith,
Chester Buker,George liorton, Charles
Me Kjii ev. K. O. Cumrow, J. is. K.en
neth .1. Smith and the Misses Sclma
Cumrow, Dorothy Baker, Myrtle Hor
ton, Ruth Chenoweth, Marguerite
Smith, Marjorie McKinley, Loreta Da
vis and .Florence enmrcw.
. Ford Tarpley of Portland was the
week end guest or Ins grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Tarpley. Mr. Tar
pley came to Salem to make arrange
ments with the local theater men to
show the big society photo play "Veda
the Vampire," which was just com
pleted in Portland last week. The ex
hibition of this film will be of great
interest to Salem society since Mr.
Tai-p'ey is the producer and author of
the play, and dozens of Portland's
smart set are screened in it.
The film will be shown sometime in
August. ' .'
Five Are Drowned As
Result of Cloudburst
Guernsey, Wyo., July 24. The bod
ip wpfa recovered tntlnv nf five per
sons drowned last night when a cloud
burst converted a creek below Sun-
riaa Wrn intn a torrent which swent
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an automobile party Into a canyon.
O. Et Talbott.
Mrs. Talbot and child.
Mrs. Frank Pine.
Harold Meyers, a boy.
MAKES A-NOTHXR FAILURE
San Francisco, July 24 " Chloroform
Kate," aged 32, added another attempt
todny to her many ineffectual efforts at
suicide. This time she drank the entire
contents of a small vial of chloroform.
She was sent to jail. While official
count has been lost it is believed she
has made several hundred attempts to
end her own life.
The longest time on record for which
a swimmer has remained under water
is sim minutes 2D 4 5 seconds.
Sent to Tour Summer Vacation
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TXE have extended our special offer on WA TER
y HEATERS until July 29. A $3.50 Automa
tic Gas Stove Lighter FREE with each tank heater
sold this week.
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A LL over the house every hot water
Zj faucet supplied plenty for the toilet
and bath ample quantities for the
kitchen and laundry, and all with very little atten
tion and at a low cost for fuel. You simply connect a
Ruud Tank Water Heater
to your range boiler, light
a match and turn on the
gas; in a few minutes you
have hot water at every
faucet. The quick results
are made possible by the long
copper coll which exposes a
large heating surface to the
Unless you have a gas
water heater, you are los
ing time and money. This
little heater is thoroughly
guaranteed in workman
ship and material and will give
you many years of steady, re
liable hot water service. Let us
give you complete details.
Demonstrations Daily at the Gas Office
THE GAS CO. Phone 85
- Mrs. F. A. Moore of Forest City is
in the city. J
Miss Eva Zigler of Portland spent
Sunday in the city. ,
Mrs. Frank Collins was in the city
yesterday from Portland.
Miss Jessie and Miss Sylvia Miller
are visiting: relatives ir. Seattle.
Miss Alice Schroedcr returned yes
terday from a two weeks' vacation.
Lloyd Rijjdon is spending part of his
vacation visiting with relatives at
R. H. Waters, wife and mother left
yesterday for a visit with relatives in
Miss Gessamy Roberts of' Portland
is visiting in the city, the guest of
George Lewis returned from Port
land Saturday, driving; a new six cyl
inder Haines automobile.
Miss Hazel Scott is home from Dal
las where she lias been on professional
business for the past week.
Miss Edna Purely, manager of the
Albany Nurseries, was in the city yes
terday visiting with relatives.
Mrs. Charles Kreft, wife of the Asy
lum avenne grocer, returned yesterday
after a visit of several weeks in Colo
Leo Hansett returned Saturday from
a moiorcycle trip of a week which in
cluded stops at Vancouver, B. C, and
J. 11. Littler of the i'nee sue store
left this morning for a two weeks'
Ivan Or. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Watts and Miss Leonia Peterson left
this morning for a ten days' visit at
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Unruh and Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Unruh returned Satur
day evening from a two weeks outing
Miss Mvrtle Knowland was in the
(ity Sunday visitjng with relatives.
She is now associated with the firm
of Bush & Lane, in Portland.
W. A. Ringo, formerly of the Crown
Prug store, returned this morning to
Brownsville where is now' the proprie
tor of a Crown drug store of his own.
Mr. and Ms. Leon DeMars of St.
Marie, Idaho, are in the city, the
guests of Mrs. J. E. Godfrey. From
Portland, they were accompanied by
Mrs. John Campbell. Mrs. DeMars is
a sister of Mrs. Godfrey. Mr. and
Mrs. DeMars will spend several weeks
motoring in this part of the state be
fore returning home bv way of Tilla
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A marriage license was issued today
at high noon to Hugh Clifford Bud
long, aged 22, of Portland, and Miss
Julia Hickman, aged --, of Salem.
Anglers' licenses have been issued tp
iMlwm M. Matrnell, r. j. Sherman
Harry Hutton. W. D. Clarke and Kob:
ert Farmer, all of Salem. A hunter "s
license was issued to Norwain Kennedy
of Salem. Combination licenses were
issued to W. H. Parker and M. Sil-
Fred A. Dixon, a minor child of W,
II. Dixon and Hattie May Dixon, has
tieen adopted by r U. Blumhart and
Sarah liliimhart. Papers in the mat
tcr have been filed in t'ne county
court.- The adoption s made with the
consent of thehild s parents.
Notice of appeal in the case- of Stu
debnker Brothers Co. vs. George Swe-
gle, in which a decree was entered m
tho circuit court eurly in July, was
tiled by the attorneys for the defend
ant Saturday. y
The case of J. V. Davis vs. Russell
Clearwater, set for trial at the present
term of court has been taken from the
docket on motion of he plaintiff.
A divorce was granted Saturday by
Judge Galloway to the plaintiff in the
ease or J. II. Shields vs. Jane Ann
Shields.' By stipulation the answer in
the case whs withdrawn. Custody of
the minor children is given tie plain
tiff, but the defendant is to be per
mitted to visit them. Property rights
were settled out of court.
A motion for an order setting for
trial the injunction proceedings filed
by Alderman Frank S. Ward against
tho city to prevent the city from pur
chasing paving machinery has been
filed by City Attorney Macy,
n & m,. i.-.,. ;., oil,, ...i
500 from Nina Veloroiis Kays and El
mer Kavs, together with interest at S
per cent from June 20, 1914, according
to a decree issued by the circuit court
Saturday. Neither of the defendants
appeared in the case, and Judge Gal-
Iniirnv ftPilAra.t , I . .1 . nr itii ira lr-n. .li.a.1.!
and the sheriff to -make levy and sale
of the lands in question.
State Printer Arthur W. Lawrence
has filed a suit for on mages against
the Southern Pacific company, a cor
poration, asking the sum of $1115.00.
The arcidenMii which the plaintiff al
leges he was 'injured occurred last Feb
ruary near the intersection of Cottage
and Chemeketa streets, when a motor
cycle he was riding collided with a
street car. It is alleged iu the com
plaint that the car had defective
brakes and was otherwise not in son
formitv with the law.
Norman S. Richards, Indicted for
assault and battery, was arraigned in
Dept. 1 of the circuit court this morn
ing and demurred to the indictmeut
Time for hearing the demurrer has not
SAVE THOSE NEEDED
Plenty of Harness But No
Horses Lots of Music But
No Garbage Cans
By William G. Shepherd
(United Press staff correspondent)
Brownsville, Texas., July 24. Mili
tia from President Wilson's own home
town was no more ready to go into
Mexico than any other state militia
along the border.
Col. W. J. Perry of the First Vir
ginia, whoso home is in Staunton,
spoke smilingly today In his tent ol
what he hoped would be sent him in
the way of supplies. Hi has a machine
gun company that is already to go in
to Mexico except that it has no ma
He has 20 fine transport wagons
ready for immediate uce; the harness
is in excellent shape, with buckles
and everything, but be has no norses.
Fewer than hall his officers have
mounts. The band comes from the
president's town, has plenty of horns
and drums, but the incinerator tins,
which are uned-iii destroying garbage
have not arrived.
"In a pinch, if we had to go into
Mexico, officers could ride in Fords,"
said Col. Perry. "We could hitch our
wagons beuind motor trucks."
"How much time would you want to
prepare your regiment to go into Mex
ico! " I asked.
"It would require two months. "
The president's home regiment ar
rived with 975 men, bm two of them
were Indian graduates of Carlvsle and
were dismissed by inspectors of the
regular army under the rule that they
are not citizens, but wards of the na
Except for these troubles, the regi
ment is in excellent shape.
Are Summer's Mark
iL-.V.WS J A
1 tlNQ THfZ' TRIUMPH
This English model is white chip with
a wonderful tilt. The only trimming is
two pink tulle roses with glossy 'foilage
front and aft, while one long streamer
of saxe blue velvet ribbon fulls grace
fully over the left shoulder.
Unprecedented Sale on Comfortable, Pretty Practical
All House and Porch Dresses are on sale at unprecedented prices. We
have arranged good bargains for the careful buyer at this sale.
Prominent prices are
79c, $1.25, $1.48 and $1.75
Each dress worth the money and more. Our House Dresses are near
perfection, being well made, reasonably priced, tasteful, and have a
style that is really delightful.
A new lot of Two-piece Breakfast Sets, made of good quality Ging
hams, in plaids checks, stripes and plain colors. AH sizes from 36 to 44.
U. G. Shipley Co.
Quality Merchandise Popular Prices
145 N. Liberty Street , Salem, Oregon
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 getting your ice at reduced rates see
us and we will explain the system. Originators of immediate delivery.
We deliver to any part of Salem.
PHONE 474 - 141 N. HIGH STREET
POLICE HAVE CLEWS
Get Description of Man Who
Left Suit Case On Side
walk $5,000 Reward
A water-cooled motorcycle has been
invented by an Englishman.
The ease of F. B. Wines Co. vs. Allen
A. Flesher, an appeal from justice
court, is being heard by a jury in
Judge Kelly 'a court this afternoon.
beeu set for hearing in the morning.
Tomorrow afternoon, at 1 o'clock is
the time set for hearing the case of the
Stat vs. Lee Jeans ol Turner.
An action to recover damages has
been filed, in the circuit court by Sam
uel Shaffer against Earl Gardiner.
embodies the full, rich nutriment
of whole wheat combined with
malted barley. This combina
tion gives It a distinctive, de
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made from wheat alone.
Only selected grain is used In
making Grape-Nuts and, through
skillful processing it comes from
tha package fresh, ensp, un
touched by hand and ready to
Through long baking, the 'en
ergy producing starches of the
grain are made wonderfully
easy of digestion.
A daily ration of this splendid
food yields a marvelous return of
health and comfort.
There's a Reason"
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
San Francisco, July ?4 To run
down the dynamiter w.iose hand dealt
death Saturdny of nix prsoiis and in
jured 3li when a bomb exploded on
Market street during the preparedness
parade, nil the energies of the city San
Francisco were called into ni-tiou to
day. Following the announcement by
Mayor Kolph that he would personally
guarantee a reward of. $",(MR) for the
apiirelionsion of the criminal. Chief nf
'Police David White established a sep
arate and exclusive bureau in the de
fective department, devoted wholly to
jthis case. The new bureau will "con
jtinue to exist "as long as tho dynn
j miter is at large," The aid of other
j large cities, whose olice departments
have anarchist experts, has been asked
and it said that their detectives best
informed on anarchist groups will co
operate with the local men.
Chief White expressed the opinion
today that tho dynamiter was an an
archist, and he believes the man was
taught to mane such a powerful, dead
ly contrivance by other anarchists.
Meanwhile, the defectives are work
ing on several clews, and are still
holding Frank Josefson, who was de
tained Saturday becuuse of remarks
he was heard to make after the ex
plosion. The most promising clew was
turmshetl by William lnylor, an aged
peddler, who said ho saw a man leave
a suitcase ou the spot where the bomb
exploded, at 1:30 p. m. half an hour
before the explosion. He remarked to
the man, he said, that it was a poor
place to leave his grip, but the strang
er walked hurriedly away. Taylor was
able to give only a meagnr description
of him. -
The list of deathers, as the result of
tue outrage, still remained at six to
dny, although' Miss I'earl email whose
leg was blown otf, and William Turn-
bull, whose skull was fractured, were
in a critical condition. All the less
seriously injured were removed from
the emergency hospital to their homes
or private hospitals today.
OFFEBS $1,000 REWAUD
Sacramento, Cal., July 24. In behalf
of the state, Governor Hiram Johnson
this afternoon offered a reward of
1.000 for the apprehension and con
viction of the person or persons re
sponsible for the bomb outrage in San
Francisco. This is the maximum re
ward allowed by state law.
! One of Embezzlers
Caught In Colorado
Olvmpiu. Wash., July 24. Henry
Roberts, who hroke jut I iiere two weckt1
ago with .1. F. (iillics, serving a sent
eiue for embezzling state industrial
insurance funds, hs been recaptured
lit Brighton, Colo., according to infor
mation received here today by Slierifl
McCorkle from the marshal of Brigh
ton Roberts, according to the dispatch,
said that tiillies, in company with u
woman, is attempting to escape from a'
Florida or other southern seaport to
licuiioe Ay res. " ...
Sheriff McOoiklo will leave tonight,
with extradition papers to Teturn Hob
erM to Washington.
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