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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. MONDAY, ME 10. 1918.
To gm 5ijc Owners
Elgin Factory Mechanist, Arthur
R. Winberg, will be in Se.em
Tuesday and Wednesday of this
week to inspect all Elgin Sixes.
This is one of the many ways the
Elgin Motor Car Corporation
have been co-operating with
their Elgin owners. Have your
car at the Elgin Six salesroom
on the above dates.
LEEL. GILBERT, Distributor
156 S. Commercial St. Phone 361 Salem, Oregon
t M I M t tltltltllHUI 4 I Ml
refund money if it fails. 25c
Br OAEOL 8. DIBBLB
The annual reception in honor of the
graduating classes of Willamette uui
vorgity (riven by President and Mrs.
Carl Urnpfj Donoy and Dean and Mrs.
Uoorge H. Alden will be hold thii ev
ening at Hal on Iuu.ll on the campus.
Owing to the almcnco of President
Donoy, lean Alden will preside as
host. Over MOO Invitations have been
issued for tho reception, which is one
f the large eollcgo functions of the
year. The hours will be irotn '8 until
TI19 dato of the annual musical to
be given by the members of the sen
ior piano dam of Miss lioatrice Hhel
tun has been changed from the even
ing of June 21 to next Monday night,
June 17, owing to tho ilarly departure
of one of the participants on the pro
gram, .who is leaving town for tho
summer. Tho program will be given at
the First Congregational church.
Prof (wsor ' and Mrs. Jnmen T. Mat
thews lirft Saturday for Seattle, where
they plan to resido permanently. They
mailt! the trip Iby automobile.
Tho North Ptolem Woman's elub will
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bent bones or broken foot arches is
handicapped for life.
Yet these defects start from wear
ing the wrong Shoes as boys and
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scientifically designed to prevent all
iuofc trouoies irom developing in
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Are the only shoes made over the
Brown Shapincr Lasts the onh-
shoes that positively prevent corns,
bunions, bent bones, broken arches,
and other foot ailments in growing
Yet Buster Brown Shoes cost no
more than ordinary Shoes although
they are made of the best grades of
leather, and with government stand
ard oak-tanned soles.
Come in and see these famous Shoes.
hold its last meeting of the year Wed
nesday afternoon t the home of Mrs.
P. K. Graber, 802 Chinch street. A
special musical program will be a fea
ture of the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Beckett and chil
dren left yesterday tor eastern Ore
gon, where they expect to remain per
Judgo and Mm. George H. Burnett,
accompanied by Mrs. lorena Wise, will
go to Portland tomorrow to attend the
grand chapter of the Order of Eastern
:ar, which is being held in Portland
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of
this week. Judgo Burnett will also be
among tliora attending the meetings of
the Mlasonia fraternity convening in
Portland this week. Others from Balsm
going down tomorrow to take part in
the grand chapter are Mrs. Prank
sharer, Mrs. lavid Wright and Mrs.
Mrs. Josephine Elgin of Portland is
visiting her son and wife, Mr. end
Mrs. Charles Elgin, at their home, 674
isoutn capital street, fsiie will remain
for the weok,
Miss Edna Gilbert, who is attending
tite university of Washington, will ar
rive home tho iuddlo of the week to
spend the summer, with her mother,
Mrs. Philip Gilbert, U15 North Church
I street. Accompanying Misa Gilbert as
:hur guest will bo Miss Helen Hogue,
formerly of Snloiu, also a student at
! tho University of Washington.
I A pretty homi wedding took place
lyciterday, when Mrs. Carrie E. Pal
Imer of rttayton and Thomas M. Jones
I of Lebanon were quietly mnrried et
I the limine of the bride's brother, Fred
I A. Mcliityre, 1705 kouth Commercial
I street, The ceremony was performed
;by Rvv, H. N. Aldrich of tho Leslie
Methodist church at one o'clock, the
liug servico being used. The bride wus
I attractively attired in a tailleur of
The rooms were handsomely decorat
ed with Caroline Tratotit and American
Ueauty roses. A wedding dinner was
served to the friends and immediate
relatives following tho ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Junes left the same
evening for Portland and Seattle,
where they will enjoy a week's honeymoon,
Mr. and Vrm. Fr, A. Mrlntjre. Mr.
and Mrs. B. Z. Culver, Mr. and Mrs.
Thiddeus Sterling and daughter Miss
Maude SterBnj of Lebanon, Miss Vio
la Mtlntyro of Itilomath, Lloyd Mr
intyre, Kenneth, Culver, Miss Anna
Mr. L. May Baker of Eugene is the
house guest of Mrs. J. P. Hughes.
Tho eighteenth birthday of Kenneth
Quiver waa wads the occasion of a
gay little aurpiise party Saturday ev
ening, when a number of his friends
gathered at the home of Miss Edna
Meeka, 1680 Bon'h Commercial street.
for aa evening of games and music.
Mr. Curve was presented with a pair
of cuff links by his friends.
Those present were. Doris Loveland,
Be rake Rider, Vernon Caback of rort
land. Thelma Johnson, William Moon'
ev, Anna Brown Carroll Carson, Nichol
MnGilchiist. Elsie Pletz. Lloyd Mela
tyre, Carl Pemiberton, Mrs. Gwcntolyn
Mrs. Bertha Cohn and small daugh
ters, Hortevsa and Norma of CIuco,
California, arrived in Salem Saturday
to spend the summer with Mrs. C'ohn's
father. Dr. M. Y, Alendeieonn. Airs.
Cohn, who is much pleased with Salem
and tho surrounding country expects
to be ioined bv her husvand in a few
weeks. Mr. Cohn has recently retired
Miss Minnetta Magers was a Port
land visitor over the week end, going
ud to attend the music festival held
in Portland last wee.
Mrs. W. E. Thomas leaves tomorrow
for Stella. Washinjrton, for a lew
weeks visit with her daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl G. Miller (Miss
Edith Kaeny) of Heppuer, Oregon, who
are touring through this part of the
slate, on their wedding trip, were the
inspiration for a detightful picme giv
en in a grove on tna Kamseyer place
near Pratum Sunday. Those driving
out from, Salem beside the guests of
honor, were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Miller,
the Misses Florence, Clara, Bertha unci
Marlowe Miller, Master Merle Miller,
Mr. andl Mrs, George A. Schulz und
Miss 1ola Schulz. Mt. and Mrs. A. P
Baardaler of Keizer Bottom, Mr, and
Mrs. George Edwards and Mr. and
Mrs. B, Gesmer of Prnitland, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Bamseyer, Miss Lena Born
seyer, Messrs. Ben, Albert and Carl
Kamseyer of Pratum and A. H. Miller
of Litchfield, Nebraska, who happen
ed in Saturday evoning, completely sur
prising relations here ..
Mr. and Mrs. Miller will continue
their journey through tho southern part
of the state bctore returning to eastern
Oregon, whero Mr. Miller is a pros
perous wheat ianue?. Mr. Miller for
merly lived in , Bsiimi. ,"nd has many
friends here. Ho is the son of E. C.
Miller of South lllth street. Mrs. Mil
ler is a popular young lady of the
Hrippner country, and the daughter ot
early pioneers of that section of Ore
gon. The many Salem friends of Mrs. R.
B. Houston are rejoicing in her re
turn to Salem for an indefinite visit
as the guest of Mrs. Paul L, Schmidt.
Mrs. Houston has been making her
home in Santa Kosa, California, since
her departure from Saleai.
BRITISH NAVAL EXPERT
(Continued from page one)
type of submarine operating in Ameri
can waters, the first lord declared:
"Possibly a submarine of the eon
verted Deutsehland type is being nsed.
I do not believe she is of the much
talked of giant submarine type, but is
probably of a type with a long cruis
ing and operuting radius."
Sir Eric said it is possible the Ger
mans might have been able to estab
lish a fuel depot on the American coast
It Prevents Sort Gams
The bridegroom :
hant of Lebanon.
Those present at
s a produce mer
the wedding were
Gums shrink or swell and plates be
come loose, which is no fault of the
Dentist. An application of COBEGA
sifted evenly on the Dental Plate re
lieve these conditions. It holds the
Mat firmly and comfortably in posi
tion. Also promotes month hygiene.
25c at Drug Stores and Dental Sup
ply Houses. Your Druggist can get it
from his wholesaler. Free sample
from Corega Chemical Co.. Cleveland
ANNUAL JUNE CLEARANCE SALE
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of Odds and Ends and Broken Lines
IS AT ITS HEIGHT
Teeming with values and varieties which draw throngs of eager purchasers
of quality merchandise. The many who attended this sale the past week have
carried the good news far and wide and their friends are coming to share
the bargains in I
ODDS AND ENDS AND BROKEN LINES
which are offered in the several departments. We are prepared with extra
Salespeople for this week which is sure to be a busy one for the compelling
values offered are such that it will be impossible to duplicate them for many
months. Scarcity of merchandise has not affected our determination to
quickly clear our store of all odd sizes as keeping our stocks cleared of brok
en lines is an important factor in this store's success.
U. G. Shipley Company
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at some isolated point, but he does not
believe a submarine base has been es
"A submarine base means more than
a fuel depot," he said. "That includes
a repair dock. After a submarine has
been out for three weeks it nsuailv
needs overhauling. It is pretty diffi
cult to establish such a base on a hos
tile coast. There would be much more
chance of establishing it on a less care
fully guarded neutral coast."
Geddes thought it was difficult to say
what classes of ships submarines would
attacn in future but believed any at
tacks on American troop transuorts
wouiu inevitaDly reoouna against Ger
many by increasing America's deter
mination and adding to the severity of
her fighting. He plainly indicated his
belief that this is the last desperate
phase of German submarine piracy. It
should not cause any additional anxiety
regarding the submarine situation, he
said, but should only cause a searching
01 tneir hearts by the German people
who have been tricked into believing
uio submarines will win the war for
Work of Red Cross Will
.Be Better Directed
The Red Cross workers throughout
the country will no longer just work
hap haznrdl or put their time on any
ertain garments. Headquarters at
Washington in now taltinir account of
the garments needed and this informa
tion is given to chapters and through
the chapters, each auxiliary is assig.v
t to. certain work. The following tele
ASK FOR and GET
For Infanta and Invalids
Substitutesi Cost YOU Same Price
gram was received Saturday at Ked
Cross headquarters in Salem:
"On rc-eipt of your letter regarding
aviation vests we wired Washington.
This was1 the reply received: .'Send
what vests are coming in out confine
all future work only to allotments. No
further allotment of vests to be tent
at present,' In view of this it seems
that no one should tie encouraged to
begiu the making of these vests.
"It is possible that so-me other di
vision has an allotment for' vesta and
thus tho demand is being taken care
of. I am very glad to know that a
Chapter is lining up so good soldiers
and doing what it is asked to do, and
nothing olse. ' '
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There is a crisp, imperative, pene
trating clearness to the telegraphed
message that brings instant con
sideration to your business.
More than ever time is money.
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