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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 1916.
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Willamette Valley News
(Capital Journal Special Service)
: Woodburn; Oct. 7. H. A. Whitman
is here from Lake Bay, Wash, lie is
stopping at the Mills hotel. -"
Miss Amelia Hchiiltz, on her way to
('aJifornia,' stopped off- to visit her old
friend, Mrs. D. A. McKee. ' .
' Delbert Jonesfrom Boise,- Idaho, is
visiting at the home of his cousin, Mrs.
h. ui. Hitncy, for a short-time.
Marvin Hertzler, who has been-visiting
friends here the last week re
turned to his home in- Crane Monday.
Re will attend the University of Ore
gon next year. '
Min Eleanor Carter nnd Mrs. Arnold
of Portland-were guests of Mrs. i'.-W.
Settlemier last week. Mrs. Settlemier
entertained at dinner Sunday In honor
o; Mrs. T. M. Strong of Dodgeiille,
Wisconsin. Miss Carter, Mrs. Arnold
and Miss Evelyn ConUlin. were other
guests. - - -
ft.fnlv.-.fru .T V Ktcplhnmmer
iimtfrnit til ' iilveiloii Sundnv to visit
his parents. - - '
' Mrs. Katie Chambers of Portland is 1
tisitine her sister, Mrs. Buskcy.
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Soules and Mac
Smith motored to Molnlla Tuesday..
Mrs. W. W'. Chapman left Saturday
for Homer, X-. Y., where her mother is
stricken with paralysis and is in a
critical condition. '
' Mrs. C. K. Warner of Hood River
left Friday for Portland, where she
will visit a. few days before returning
to her home. While here she visited at
the home of her mother, Mrs. T. F. Pat
terson.' Mr. and Mrs. fieo. Hume were Port
land visitors Wednesday. -
Mrs. (ieo. Knight and Mrs. Piatt of
Hubbard- were guests of tho latter 's
sister, Mis. I). 11. Homhoff Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Weiss, who has been vis
iting in The Dalles, returned home Sat
urday. An exhibition drill of Co. I will be
held in the park Sunday afternoon.
A. J. Heck visited in Portland Sun
day. Willnrd Honney left for ..Vancouver,
Wash., Sunday, where he has secured a
position in t lie S. P. and S. car shops.
Hev. K. (I. Decker is the new minis
ter that has been appointed for the M
K. church of Woodburn. He comes from
Miss Louisa Beaman went to Hub
Raymond Nehl has left school to
go to' Tillamook with Ills parents.
The corn show will be held' in the
armory Thursday, Friday ami Saturday
November Hi. 17 and IS. Committees
have been appointed and in rnngeiiiciiis
.me being made such that the show is
sure to be a success.
.1. Kilcn returned home Sunday from
British Columbia. .
Miss Lida Hownton Is visiting with
1 ist,.i-.in lnw at ltidi'cfield, Wash.
Mis. l' W. Haskell returned froni
Salem' Monday having been employed
in 'tin boys' and uirls' Industrial de
partment 'nt the state fair.
Miss Helen Scarborough and Kntn
ivn Detweiler left Wednesday morning
tnv their home in West Liberty, Ohio,
via California. Thev have been visit-
.i l ..ll.u n-'itli 1 isa I
HIS; lor IOC l.lSl mu nnmm .
Detweiler s sis'ers, .iirs. r. r.. nun-
nnd Mrs. E. K. Briinam. of this city.
The members of the Church of Hod
have decided to erect a new church nt
the corner of Third and Orant streets. I
Will an.l Enimn Fiknn returned home ,
fimn Pendleton, waere uny ui.. "
the round up and visited their sisteis,
Elvxabeth, Supha nnd Mary rikan.
Mrs. Elmer M. Hoff, Mrs. X. A. Hof
fn d and Mrs. Bruce Hiamon of Butte,
.Mont., motored to Salem Wednesday
W' IL,V. Thursday and
count of teachers insti-
A Franklin returned home
vrWt in Portland. Thursday.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Sublimity, Oct 7. Philip Steffi's
an.l wife ami her motlier7 Mrs. Uegina
Becker, have moved into Mr. Stcffes'
. Frank wolf, wife nnd two sons, Theo-
:' . .' :v sff'u.
ilore and Lawrence, .nud James Kipp couple of years absence spent in Port
visited the state -fair at ulem Sunday land and other Oregon cities. - -
afternoon: ' - .! ! ;' J Mr: aiid Mrs. J.'G. Mclntosch of lu-
We regret to hear- that Jack Petr- dependence were Dallas -visitors ' the
janos has sold out his blacksmith shop first of the week at the home of' Mr.
and will move to California. Jack will Bnd jjr8, (j jj. Hawkins,
be missed with bis cheerful disposition i n. !'! .. . . . .
and has tho best wishes of his many1 - Dr ? C- VlrGl1 WttS a business visi
friends for success .in )i is, new home. . tor in" Portland, Thursday.
The Sublimity f ire department helij , . B- 'N. Hicks, a McMinnville attorney,
their regular monthly, meeting on Mou: . was Dallas business visitor Wednes
day evening at the city hall. Jack Petr- day. - ' -. - -'
janos handed, in: his -l resignation as , Mr.-arid. Mrs. J. C. Sliultz Knve'be'en
treasurer nud Kugene -Ditter was. elect-, at, . McMinnville this week visiting at
ed in hi stead. : - - - tlje home of their son, Karl Shultz.. -
Bills are out announcing a dance- at ..-,S. B.-Taylor, is in Black Kock this
the'C. F. hall next. Tuesday .evening, week .surveying a railway extension for
Everybody come and have a good, time, the Willamette Valley -Lumber : com-
Among those. who attended the cele-puny. -.
b ration of the golden jubilee 'of Bev. . T. j. . Ilnytcr. and. J. C. Haytor at
Prior Adelhclm Odermath at Jit.. An- tended the McMinntSille round-up
gel September 29th were Hev. i'utker Wednesday,
Lninek and John A. Ditter. Harry Sachtler who has been in this
Frank Spenner is the proud owner eity for the past several weeks visiting
of a new Ford, ' .''at the home of his brother, Robert, re-
The Sublimity. Commercial club will,
'hold a. meeting at the C. r. hall on
Tuesday, Oct.' 10, to discuss tho meas-
ures to be voted ou at the genaral elec-
Ition. All are invited to attend,
John Kintz and wife were Stayton
visitors Monday. - . ...
The beautiful bungalow .' erected on
the Frank Itauscher place north of town
is completed. John Lulay of Stayton did
the carpenter work.
' Adam Lulay and family havo moved
from Linn county on to the place re
cently vacated by Jake Frank north
of Sublimity. Mr.' Frank and family
have moved "on to the J. Svaneara farm,
which he purchased some time ago.
nu n ne pnrcnaseu. some nine ago. I
A number from here attended thai
- . a. j
auun an omjWM wauuj ,i,...u.
(Capital Journal Special Service )
Hayesville, Ore., Oct. 7. E. M. Baily
and family and Miss Ida Denny spent
Sunday with friends near Silverton.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). O. Kryder and two
children of Dorchester, Neb., are guests
at the home of S. Willis. Mrs. Kryder
is u sister of Mrs. Willis.
Miss Edna Fitts spent the week end
Attorney Reeves, . of Salem, spoke
nt the Hayesville church on Sunday
morning ut II a. m
Rev. F. S. Lawrence, of .McMinnville,
Ore., 'was a visitur in Hayesville on
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ray's little daugh
ter has been (pute sick.
This week will just about finish the
The Hayesville school will open on
Monday, October !, with Miss Rot.ieu
and Miss Patterson as teachers.
Mr. and Mrs. Fillmore Tyrrell visited
nt Chas. Mendcnhall 's nt Pioneer on
.Mr. Cns J'errv anil son, from near
Brooks visited at Fillmore Tyrrell 's mi
.Monday- Mr. Perry was formerly a resi-
lent of Hnvesville.
Dallas Local News
Dallas, Ore., Oct. 7. W. V
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nun n t-i.iii-iii uuniiit-sr, wmiur
snoir tune linirsciay atteinoon.
jJt sturr of Portland is in the city
l.mkintf after business mutters,
Am1y jlir aml Walter, F. E.
KeKrsey and .lames Holnian attended
le Koul,(1.iIp Rt MeMinnville, Thurs-
Wyun Johnson, a former resident of
this section, now advertising manager
on the San Francisco Cronicle, is in
the city for a few days looking ufter
business interests. Mr. Johnson owns
buge . prune orchard on Mt. Pisgah.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Hoisiuuton unci
family have moved back) to Dallas to
reside after a year's ubsence spent in
Sir. and Mrs. John Webster who
huvje been spending the summer nt
N'ev-port have returned to their homo
in this city.
Mrs. F. .1. Phillips of Portland is n
guest nt the home of Dr. and Mrs. W.
Dr. E. .1. Sheetz, a former Dallas
resident, hns returned to this city nnd
will again engage in business after a
fr t,0 housing of the art ' -
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run- v v ' j
- - , 'i , i
turned l0 . llifl , home in Kidgefield,
Washington this morning.
Central Howell Gossip
(Capital Journal Special Service )
- .Central Howell, Ore., Oct 7. Every
body is invited to the Central Howell
church Sunday, October 8-16. There will
be a number of speakers out here from
A three day lay-off for school chil
dren, teachers' institute. .
- I wonder what the attraction is at
-Mr.. Lindqms. Bernard hhafer goes
there every Sunday.
-r. i.. ...i... i... i ' i ii
-m. luuc, nu jius receuuy nullum
100 acres off the old Newsom place,
and went to Salem Friday to buy their
new furniture. -
Mr .and Mm. Curry and daughters,
Eva and Thelma, are visiting relatives
and friends in Portlund and Albany.
Mr. L. Uerber is helping Adolph Ask
dig his potatoes.
The teachers of Central Howell, Miss
Hazel Harris and Miss Kathryn
Dougherty, are mukiug their home with
Abe Steffens, during tho present school
Mr. Lee Doerfler and family will
move to Snlein for the coming winter.
Mr. Fred Durbin's parents from Van
couver, Wash., were visiting with him
and attending the state fair last week.
Portland was surely in evidence ut
Coos county's exhibit ut the fair was
l.ess Leighty will have one thousand
i111su. ,,f potatoes on his seven
The finest ever.
Mr. Amos Branch's horses took the
premium at the state fair und the Cen
tral Howell citizens are vory proud-
Teachers In Favor of
At the business session of the .Marion
County Teachers' Institute, which
closed yesterday afternoon its sessions
in the auditorium of the Salem high
school, resolutions were adopted favor
ing the establishment of u liorinul school
ill eastern Oregon and also of the Teach
ers' Retirement Fund bill. The resolu
tions nrc us follows:
First: Be it Resolved, That this in
stitute go on record as favoring the es
tablishment of the Eastern Oregon
Normal school at Pendleton us per pro
Second: Be it Resolved, That we fa
vor the Teachers' Retirement Fund bill
spoken of in this institute by our stule
Third: Be it Resolved, That wo ns
teachers of Murion county and the state
of Oregon ought to be subscribers to
und loyal supporters of the Oregon
Teachers' Monthly und members of our
State Teachers' association.
Fourth: Be it Resolved, That we
extend a vote of thanks to Superinten
denuTodil, Principal Nelson and to the
Salem Board of Educatiuu for the use
of Jhe high school building and their
many courtesies shown.
Fifth: Be it Resolved, That wo ex
tend our thanks to the Salem high
school teachers and public fo'r providing
the rest room nnd refreshments.
Sixth: Be it Resolved; That we as a
Better Than Ever
THE CHILD OF DESTINY
Makes Mothers Sit Up and Take Notice
Miss Mary Schultz
NO RAISE IN
HOME OF THE
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garden flowers and sweet briar and thei
evening was ilijoyably spent', playing i.
games and music.
As a iit-tle remembrance from her
friends the honoree was the reeiipient
of many pretty gitts.
: The hostesses were assisted in the
serving by; Miss Mary Scollard of
i Those gathering to. bbl gooil-byo to
Mrs. Assein were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Millard
and daughter, Doris, Mr. and ' Mrs. J.
M. Chenowethj Mr. und Mrs. Roma Hun-,
ter and daughter, Miss Maeyle Hunter,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kumrow, Mrs. El
Jen . Thompson, ; Miss Emma Hewlett,
Miss Dorothy and Marjorie Brant.
Another delightful little farewell at
tention honoring Mrs. Assein, was the
informal afternoon for which . Mrs.
Charles .Wilson was hostess Thursday.
' . - -..--' . .
Mrs. C M." Walker has returned from
a short visit in Portland. .
Mrs. Charles tiray of Eugene is the
week end guest of her son and duugli-ter1in-law,'"
Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Wil
liam Cirny'. She arrived today and was
accompanied by her small granddaugh
ter, Prudence Gray, who has been vis
iting her for several days.
Honoring Mrs. Floyd Edgerton
((Clnudine Rose), who is here visiting
her purents, Mrs. Clifford Farmer en
tertained informally this afternoon.
The affair was very small, only u
few close friends of Mrs. Edgerton 's
being asked; -
Mrs. P. R. onard, who with Mrs.
tluy S. Davis of New York, hns been
visiting in Xewberg, McMinnville and
Dallas in the interest of the Presbyter
ian missionary work, returned to Sa
A marriage that will be of interest to
a number of society maids of Salem,
will be that of Miss Laura Taylor of
Albany and Harry Hawkins, which will
be solemnized on October the seven
teenth. The attractive bride-to-be, is
one of the most popular gtirls in Al
bany, and a graduate of the University
of Oregon: She is a sister of Miss (ier
trinle Taylor and a member of the
Kappa Alpha Thetu sorority.
Mr. Hawkins is a young easterner,
who has lived in Albany until just re
cently, lie is now associated with the
Oregon Title and Lund Credit Co. in
Much to the delight of their friends
the couple will make their home in hu
lem at the Court Apartments.
Mrs. Charles Kj Sputilding nnd daugh
ter, Miss lla Spaulding, have returned
from Portland, where they have been
the guests of friends for several days.
A delight ful afternoon was passed
Wednesday at the' home of Mrs. Slier
rill Fleming in Murilingside, when she
entertained H embers of the
" Round Dozen Club.''
The guests assembled witb their
fancy work and whilod away a pleas
ant afternoon. At 11 late hour refresh
ments were served by the hostess, as
sisted bv Mrs. (ieorgc Schoppert..
Mr. and Mrs. William Skinner left
Thursday to make their Home in San
Francisco, California, where Mr. Skjo-
body of teachers will endeavor to make
this the banner-year for. the Parcnt
Tenchers' association work for the coun
ty. Seventh: Be it ltesolved, Thut we
extend a vote of thanks to the instruct
ors and tonohcrs who have been on this
institute program and have helped to
make this one of the best institutes
held in Marion county. :
Kighth: Be it ltesolved, That the
delegates from this county nre instruct
ed to present and work for the adoption
of a professional code of ethics at the
State Teachers' association meeting this
year at Portland.
MAKGARKT J. COSPKH,
T. E. WI I.SOX,
JAY V. FIKE,
ner has been engaged as leader of one
of the large orchestras in that city.'
The latter part of the week was brim-j
ful of delightful affairs honoring at
tractive visitors, who were In Snlem!
this week attending the teachers insti-j
Among the delightful affairs were!
the luncheons for which County Super
intendent and Mrs. W. M. "Smith were
hosts to honor charming Miss Florcnco
C. Fox, of the Federal Bureau of Edu
cation of Washington, D. ('.
The annus we given at the Spa,
and thu guests for both luncheons in
cluded State Superintendent J. A.j
i nurcniM, Assistant MUeniitenilent r..
F. Curleton, President J. H. Ackcrman,
Superintendent J. W. Todd, Superin
tendent James of Silverton, Supcrin-
tenclent Collins of Vtooilliurn, Dr. B.
W. DsBusk of Eugene, W. L. Finley of
Portland. Mrs. Clara Pratt of Stayton,
Miss Mury Scollard, Woodburn; Miss
Elizabeth Rieker, Monmouth; Mrs.
Olive Hand, Miss Margaret J. Cosper
and Miss Bertha Byrd.
Another attention in honor of Miss
Fox was the dinner for which Assist
ant Superintendent and- Mrs. E. F.
Cnrleton were hosts Thursday evening.
Circling tho table besides the honor
guest were Supt. ami Mrs. J. W. Todd,
Miss Margaret Cosper, Blondel Cnrle
ton and the busts.
One of the most important events
scheduled on the calendar for next
week is the Orange club dance to be
given for Company M, in the armory,
To make arrangements for the par
ty, 22 members of the "Orong O" club
met at the home of Mrs. Mark MoCal
lister on Friday evening.
The invitations were addressed dur
ing the evening and will be issued to
sver SOU guests.
- Mr. Unlnli Clover And sniull daugh
ter Maxine, nre in Portlund visiting,
.. ' .i w..- v:..l.. II.. I..
tne lOllliers llioilier, .mis. nuin
land. Tliey will return Sunday.
The regular inciting of the Lincoln
school pnrent teachers circle will bo
held on Tuesday evening. Octoberthe
tenth, at the school building at 7 :'M
o'clock. The .meeting will open and
close with community singing, which
will be directed by Miss Abie Davis,
After a brief business session, a sol"
will be sung by Archie Smith, soloist
of the Presbyterian church. During the
evening there will be discussions of
amendments and measures to be voted
on in, November. The discussions will
. . .....i, .... ti ll..-.. .11.. i,h I
lie lean n uiiiiaiu n. innon,
II. Faiichilds, Luther Chapman, .lohn
Hayne, Malcolm tlilbcrt and Mrs.
Charles 11. Jones.
A delightful affair of Thursday night
was the '."U0" party for which Dr.
and Mrs. (iroser C. Bellinger and Dr.
uud Mrs. John C. Kvims were hosts at
the Kvans home, !i"!l Center street.
tiuests were usUod for five tables ot
the game, card honors tailing to .mis.,,,,,,, 1n ,,very citiy, town and hainlet,
W. II. Darby and Dr. r . i nuiiipsii". i , the state h to comprise a unit
The rooms" where the card (aides were;()t ,,c H,, ,,,-t association and it will
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arrangeti were iiiuin io' ...... ,
' . . .i-i-....i;i-iv i'i-iui-
ruses anil geraniums, en.i......
bined with greenery. The hostesses
were assisted bv Mis. Charles I'.. Hates
and Mrs. W. II. Darby.
.. Those playing were: Dr. and Mrs.
Flovd I'tter, Dr. and Mrs. Charles I'..
n. .' . VI 1 Mm. I-'. A. Sicwert. Mr.
nines, .hi. ' . .,
ami Mis. Klmo S. White, nr. nnu .ois.
F, II. Thompson, .Mr. ami .ns. .i.
lfcltzel, Dr. and Mrs. W. 11. Darby and
Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Shields.
i i t,-- C. F. Putlon and
daughter, Itita, motored to Portland n-poso of empty decoration und the
Friday. Thev were accompanied by M r. ,,x ( ,(. n Hi vt, imstiiuc of the idle and shift
and Sirs. Charles .lory, who will leave . jf j 1.0U,i (1MV (i, substitute
Portland Tuesday for their home in )(ir ,),,, wu,, w,i,.M would .-comprehend
Stockton, California, litter n several , llUnoat limitless field of its piae
weeks visit ill Salem wi'h Mrs. .lory 1 1 i.-lili t V and usefulness. - Art, ill its
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Coodin. Sun- Um, 1M ,rll(i,.r ,.,., implies evcry
,lav Mr. and Mrs. Patton ami Mr. '""'i thing that -will inculcate the love of
Mrs Jorv will go for u tour of the o-, M,nntv ,! n.f iiiemeiit j it' forms the
Tne Missionary society of the ton -
grcgational church met on h'ridny at-,
teruoon at the residence of Mrs. 1'..
cVntton. The hostesses for the after-
Irvnc 1-VtiWK-k iul'Tiie OitM til i-k-hliuv.."
DO YOU WANT TO BE I
PHYSICALLY EFFICIENT ? I
Youth in Face and Figure- Vitality and Energy
The World bas no need today for those who grow old or are tired
- and weary.
. YO0 MUST BE PHYSICALLY EFFICIENT 'TO ADVANCE
EITHER IN BUSINESS OB SOCIALLY. IT MAXES NO DIFFER
ENCE WHAT YOUB OCCUPATON, HOW THIN OE HOW FAT,.
YOUNG OB OLD, I CAN BUILD YOU UP AND BOUND YOU OUT,'
OR B EDUCE YOU TO YOUR NORMAL WEIGHT.
No Drugs-Nature's Way
MY GUARANTEE IS POSITIVE IF I FAIL TO DO ALL I CLAIM,
THEN MY SERVICES ARE ABSOLUTELY FREE. . . .
Write today for my wonderful booklet on Physical Efficiency and
what it means. ' "
! MAYBERT YON DOLSON,
noon were Mrs. Patton and Mrs, Srcd
S. Stewart. A sociul hour followed
the meeting, which was presided over
by Mrs. Alice II. Dodd, president.
Curds have beeu issued by the board
of trustees of the Willamette I'nivcr
sit y foi the inauguration of Cni'l Hregg
Doney, Ph. )., L.L. I)., as president of
the university on Friday October the
thirteenth at the First Methodist
If Hie campaign of education and;
: .., , !
organization, as planned and engineer-;
ed by Mrs. Alice Weiister of Portland,
and bucked tin by the Snlem Woman's!
dub and every woman's club in tho!
state, is curried out to a successful eon-1
, elusion, before another state fair rolls
around, there wilil be a handsome wo-j
mail's building to grace the fair;
jii oino Is which will embrace every
jcimforr and convenience so dear to)
the fair sex and it will house oneof!
iu. highest und most comprehensive
lUt exhibits ever assembled under one
t' in the northwest. .
- 'phe Salem Woman's club has taken;
m,un itself the responsibility of initiat-i
- ' ... ' i i -ii-
mg tne movement tor a woman s iiuiiii-1
i jug- t the state fair and Mrs. Alico
j Woister, superintendent of the art de-l
j part uii'iit for the past two expositions,;
.j will file the first gun In u campaign
'(or t, organization of a statewide int .
I association nt the annual convention!
r tM, Federation of Woman's clubs,!
w,ich meets at Seaside, October to
iucliisiive. In this connection Mrs.'
; WfiKt r proposes to form . mi orgaaizu-
oe rue oiiiy oi muse nn-iu oigitni'-u
tions to preach the gospel of art ill
their res tive coniiniinities and col
lect an exhibit of the liiuidiwoik of
boys, girls, men nnd women to scud
to next year's state fair.
"I wish I could burn the word
i mi , -i - i ---
art , ileciareu .mis. wenster, upuu
,,(, 11V(, l( 1(,r .lepnrtiire tor rortlnnU
Ht the close of the tnir. "It is such a
difficult word to interpret linn noes
not begin to convey what it truly nil
resents. So inaiiy people look upon art
a useless vocation designeil lor tno
I very foundation of our industries anil
I we could not exist without it. Alt nnd.
1 ,,. jj,, ,lini ; hand.
ehr0,igh Hie niedinm of the Oregon
Ar Bssociation we hope to arouse stale-1
wilo interest in the work of ediicuDonl
Dept. A, Eureka, Calif, i;
and do not propose to .toy- until Ore
gon takes her place nniou the leading
states or tne i mou in iho development,
of art. Tho association will comprise'
MO or 300 women in its membership
Mil imui Ulgnill&UUUUH Will Oil 1I11--
der the jurisdiction of the Federation
of Woman's clubs." Many 'prominent'
women of Sulem, Dallas, Sheridan, Aic;
Minnville, Xewherg, Albany, Eugei.e'
and other big cities and towns in the
Villumotto valley, who visited the art'
exmuit mis year, liavo already volun
teered their services, display c'livourag-
ng enthusiasm and the movement js
bound to succeed. When the women
tuke hold of a justifiable and mentor-'
ions cnusc there is no such word o
'It will be the duty of each local
organization to push some line or Jincs
of work, which represent some particu
lar brunch of the big art family. It
will include weaving of ail kinds, bask
etry, carving, engi-iivUig, cm loon: n,-;
designing, book cover work, sculpture,
painting, decorating, tapestry, china
painting nnd nil brandies of eiiihlrcn s
industrial work in the schools and Ml
home. The work of each organization
will be brought to the state tuir and
some representative of the community
will be called uj'uu to give a tali;,
theso tulks to be held every day of
the fair, in the nature of a rnport of
pi-orgcss, drawbacks, criticisms, et',
tor the benefit of the others and some
well known tut i-clebrites will bo en
gaged to deliver lectures and expert
criticisms every day in the art auditor
ium for the benefit of all concerned
and interested. The state fair bonid
will extend its hearty i-o operat'on in
the work ami a series of special prizes
will be offcied as n means of stimului
iug intcresi uud enthusiasm niuotig the
different communities of -the slate.
This competition will lj altogether
friendly und designed to encourage
community effort ami every cine will
be exercised to prevent the stirring I p
..I1 ulrifil ill- Unite inlllllllHiliS hotU'Ci ll'.
While the exhibits in the art dcpii't
incut of this year's stale fair was very
creditable uud altracted much atten
tion it by no means represented what
Mrs. Woistcr hoped to in nplish, but,
in this respect, she was confronted with'
liiimeioiis handicap the most promiuc-it;
of which was her inability to malic a
canvass of the stale, ns she iteiiipliit-'
ed, on account of the lack of funds
available and the fact that the pres
ent art department is not. situated in
an absolutely fireproof " building nnd
she was unable to secure the loan of
iiiiineroiiB i-ollections of masterpieces'
wli'ch she had in prospect. She -is, how
ever, very grnietiii in tne an museum
of Portland, and Ye I'lanie Shop of S:i--lent,
for the loan of many beaiilitnl
works in painting, sculpture, designing,
etc., for the decoration of the depart-
v i ti mi ti isiiioi e -v ii -e i -oni
I iiurtincut, such lis the Woman's club of
H jSalciu has in view, Mrs. Weistcr prom
M es to put up a display represent iL'
j every conceivable liianch of the worle s
Hjure such us has never been seen in the
M "llope for Bald Heads," runs an I .1.
Sllope be Mowed.' What we want is.
u i luiir.
IF IT'S EMPTY
FILL IT UP
ad will do the job. It
only costs lc a word,
and you ' can't worry
for that amount
Just Phone 81
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