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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1918.
TWO MORE DAYS
Greater and Better
than the Famous
Spoken Play that held
New York Enthralled.
YODtiG GIRLS DOING
(Continued from page one)
Salem. Ilcr ambition is to make "Hor
feert Hoover", a Duroc, fit to win the
fiat prize at the state fair. "'Herbert
Hoover" happens to be her little red
and she confesses that this
"lfoover" is not Hooverizing, as she
if feeding him regularly three big
meal a a day. Miss liaisy has recently
finished her 10 lemons in sewing, bo
ride making herself useful about the
Bunaing a gasoline tractor and plow
ing end cultivating 100 acres of land
is keeping pretty busy Miss Mildred
Hubbard, age 16, who lives in school
district 4)0, the Eldridge school, not so
very far from Gervais. She also is a
member of the sewing olub, and when
not running the tractor and sewing,
he is iwng some canning for a state
Away up in the hills 12 miles east
of Oilverton, three young girls are do
ing ft nwr'i work, as their brothers
have left the farm ami arc employed
iu the lugging camps and ship yards.
They are of tho Patterson family and
Maud mil Mildred are twins, 12 years
old, and Una, 15 years old. They do j
the plowing and are running the home I
farm anil re doing thoir part in help
ing to wh: the war.
Girls nill crowd the ooys at the com
ing statu fair when it comes to raising
pigs, for there is Mabel Johnson, IS,
and Edna Johnson, 13, who live about
two miles south of Gervais and right
now thiy are raining pnre bred Duroca,
Tha-piga will bo on hand at the state
fair and from the reports of Mr. Hop-
pes, they are not suffering to auy
extent for a uack of attention and
Y. M.A. Notes
Tho ummer swimming rates began
last wek. The rate is 1.50 for swim
ming an $1 for Y. W. C. A. member
ship, which is necossBry in order to
have the privileges of the swimming
tank. The rate will be good from now
till September 1st. Arrangements can
be made at tie Y. W. C. A.. Classes are
m follows: ladies classes, Tuesday
and Friday t 10 o'clock; Tuesday
and Thursday afternoon at 2 oVlock.
Girls class, Wednesday at 4 o clock,
Saturday at 2 o'clock; employed girls
class, Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30
The Salrau Y. W. C. A. is well rep
resented at the Y. W. C. A. confer
ence at Seabeek, Washington, which
is now in session. Five delegates left
on Thursday morning, numbering Mrs.
Cbaa A. l'arks Mine Gertrude Kakin.
Miss Juanita thrysingor, Miss Marie
Huberts and Miss Helen Poarce. Mrs,
James Klvin, Mis. Prince W. Byrd and
Miss Ruth Hodge . will be part time
guests at the conference
Owing to Mr. Park 's absence at
Seabeek, the regular Tuesday after
noon Bible class will not meet till the
second week in July.
The girls who signed np for the
camp to be established at Miller's cher
ry on-hard, five mile out on the Jef
ferson road, left the Y. W. C. A. with
their necessary equipment at eight
o'clock this morning.
Mrs. Bessie Kimball of Seattle has
como to the Y. W. O. A. to be mana
ger of the cafeteria. The association
feels fortanate in having MrB. Kimball
come to them as she is a woman of ex
perience and capability, and a gracious
Holds False Teeth Firmlj
It Prevents Son Oumi
Gums shrink or swell and plates be
come loose, which is no fault of the
Dentist. An application of COREGA
sifted evenly on the Dental Plate re
lieves these conditions. It holds the
Plate firmly and comfortably in posi
tion. Also promote mouth 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
(Continued from page one)
bombardment which followed mass lust
Sunday. He is th first American chap
lain tu.be killed in France. The dough
boys considered Dnukers the Kavest
and stannchest friend lli.'y had. Ho re
cently was decorated with the French
war cross for carrying in wounded from
No Mini's Land during a heavy enemy
All Lorrnino ."cetera wer0 quiet yes
tonlny and Inst night
Washington, June l!4. Though haras
sed by ..'iicmy fK-, American troops
northwest nf Chateau-Thierry Sunday
further improved their positions, Gen
eral rorshing-'iepurted today.
"In sjiito of opposition, we again im
proved our positions northwest of Chat
eau Thierrv," ho addod. "In this re-
gian the artillery of both sides continues
active. la the Vosges, where patrolling
has been very active, a raid patrolling
by the enemy was repulsed."
Cupious Rains Save
Inland Empire Irops
rendHon, Or., June 24. Rains ex
tending from the Cascadoi to the Bock
ies have saved th0 wheat crop of the
Itih'nd Empire. The crop probably will
!;o normal. Two days ago the outlooK
wac for failure.
Mora than half an inch of rain fell
here in hulf an hour Saturday. At first
it was supposed tho ruin was locul in
gaMiiUi win, mm irmmmmmiwtitmii
itcr) er lifl
WUtt MMM HMl m.
REMEMBER THE FLAG OF LIBERTY-BUY WAR SAVING STAMPS
The flag means liberty, safety and happiness to America because Amer
icans have always been willing to fight for it.
Our boys are in France. They are giving their lives. , They are withstand
ing shell-fire, the bayonet, poison gas and the brutal fighting methods of the
Do your part. Support the flag. Buy War Saving Stamps this week.
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v' -5s A
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS WILL BE
CLOSED OUT AT 20 PER CENT REDUCTION.
The manufacture of this class of curtains was a guarded secret for fifty
years during the early part of the nineteenth century and is today among the
finest on the market. . '
These curtains are 42 by 50 inches wide and 3 to W2 yards long. The
edges are scalloped and the patterns range from plain but pleasing designs
to the most intricate and elaborate. Both White and Ecru.
The prices range from $1.50 to $6.90 a pair, and are extraordinary values
at these prices, but to close out we offer a reduction of 20 per cent
J SOCIETY t
By CAROL S.' DIBBLE
Wifch the memory of Misa Beatrice
ShcltoB a suecesf ful Binninle of last
Thursday light etill frmh in the niad
of the public interested friends will
again bs given aa cfipnrtunity of hear
ing some of Miss Shedlta' pupils
her she presents her junior class at
the Unitarian church tonight.
This will be given as a benefit for
the Boy Scouts, the eatire proceeds of
a silver offering going to that organi
zation for the part which it hat taken
ia the various local patriot' enterpris
es. . .
Mrs. Edward Reury of Sa Francis
co arrived Saturday night to past a
fow weeks in Salem, as the guest of
her cousin, Mrs. George J. Tearce.
Mb Mable Moyer returned last
night from Portland, where she was
visitor over the wek end.
Dr. an a Mrs. E. E. Lee Steiuer spent
the week end in their cottage at rues
Mrs. David Hin of Pendleton, the
house guest of Mrs. W. H. Lytle, re
turned yesterday froia Albany, where
she has- been visiting friends for a few
Mrs. MT. P. Draper of Portland is
enjoying a fortnight s visit in ealem
as tie guest of her daughter, Mrs. W.
H. liurghardt, Jr.
Miss Alice Fields ia enjoying an out
ing in tho mountains of Columbia
county, as the luest of Miss wertrude
Weed. Both Misg Weed and Miss
Fields are teachers in the Park Rose
school at Portland. A gronp of the pu
pila of the school are also members of
the "house party of guests being enter
tained by Miss Fields-
Mr. and Mrs. De-nison T. Lawton of
Mcdford were entertained as the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davey the lat
ter Tart of the week. The visitors were
girlhood friends of Mr. Davey in Iowa
i having been over tmrteen years
since they had seen one another. Mr.
Cawton is deputy sealer of weights
and measures of nine counties in the
southern Oregon district. Mr. and Mrs.
Lawton were on. a vacation trip ana
left Saturday for Portland, going on
front there to Seaside and Astoria for
a tfhort stay.
Also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Davey
the past week.' wag their daughter,
Mrs. K. A. Domogalla of Astoria. Mr.
Domogalla joined his wife over the
week end, the couple returning home
Mrs. Ida I. NUes and daughter,
Miss Clitasao Niles, have returned from
a two week's outing at ewport.
Miss Mabel G-arreMIss Helen Col
tra, Miss Kuth Spoor and Miss Gene
vieve Avison have returned from a de
lightful outing at Seaside.
The "good bye" concert of Mr. and
Mrs. George Hotehkiss Street before
Mr. Street leaves for New York City
en route to begin his new duties as Y.
M. C. A. war secretary in France
takes place in Lincoln high school aud
itorium Thursday night." says the
"This concert will bo given jointly
by Mr. Street and his charming and
talented wife, Kathryn Crysler Street,
"Mr. end Mrs. Street are experienc
ed and admired concert singers in this
ciity, whose ringing "it always a great
pleasure to listen to.
"Mr. Street plnsi to leave this city
July 10 for Now York, city ea route
for France to begin his new duties as
a Y. M. C. A. war secretary in Franco.
He-goes with a high endorsement from
the Portland Y. M. C. A. board, inas
much as his equipment includes four
years in the nation guard, ten yeflrs
of excellent business experience, his
musiicail abilnty, both as soloist ana
leador of eanrp and community sing
ing, three years' previous residence in
Paris and the aJuUnty to spean XTcncn
"After her husband leaves for
Prance Mrs. SSree will continue her
professional music duties in this city."
Mr. and Airs. Street were roeeni oa-
lenu visitors, when they were enter
tained as tihe guests of Judge and Mrs.
Henry L. Benson, ou Cho occaion of
their daughter, Miss Louise Benson's,
marriage to Richard Robertson of Port
land. Mr. and Mrs. Street also sang
the nuptial music, for the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Waoka re
cently entertained with a fauiil;' pifl
nic dinner at their home on tne rivei
read. The tables were spread on the
spacious front porch and were decorat
ed with Canterbury bellls and roses
The guest present were Mr. and 'Mrs
George AV. Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Beer of Gervais. Jir. aud Mrs. A. T.
Oline of Gervai, Dr. and Mrs. C II
Downey of Htayton, .nr. and Mrs. Lew
is Sawyer of Silveittoa, Mr. end Mrs
W. H. Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. U K
Weeks, Maud Beer, Velum, Kleis and
Krnily Clinc, Emily Jane Downey. Lois
Inne Weeks, Mildred and Wayuo
Wenks, Gerald and Harold Steele, Don
ald Sawyer, George William 'lie.
Weekly Report of
State Accident Commission
During the week ending June 20,
1918. inclusive, there were reported to
tho state industrial accident commis
sion 651 accidents, of which number
sit were fatal.
Fulkiwirn is shown the names, ad-
Ire.ues and occupations of the fatally
John Maxwell, Portland, shipbniidiiig
O. E. Avers, l-innton, lumber jnfg.
t Norene, Portland, shipbuilding
Mike Baeellieri, Bead, lumber nifg.
Chan. McCenuick, Marshfield, lum
W. W, Knight, between Osweie and '
iGoodin, railroad freight engineer.
I Of the total number reported, 5"0j
I were subject te the provisions of th-
Absolutely Removes If
refund money if it fails. 25c
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,3rr::i JUNE clearaway sale
At the request of Corporation Com
missioner Schuidermaa, Asistant Attor
ney General Van Winkle rendered aa
opinion this morning eaaeerning the re
quirements of the law with regard to
filing articles of icorporatioa. It seems
the Grouse Creek Mutual Ditch company
filed astieles of incorporation among
other things giving the principal office
as located "at the resdence of one of
the stockholders residing along the line
of ditchw hich may be changed from
tima to time." Instead of stating tho
amount of the capital stock and the
par value of the shares the statement
was that "the capital stock shall hhvo
un value apart from th lands of the
incorporators their successors or as
signs ' '.
The opinion holas that not only does
the statutt require the statement of the
amount of the capital stock, but that
without it the commissioner is unable
to fii the amount of the fee to be col
lected and stated in the certificate
The opinion adds: "Ariclts must con
tain only the matters and statements
reiiuiAed by the statute. If additional
provnions and regulations are insert
ed they are void." It also holds the
oommissioncr must reject articles of in-
i-orpyration offered for filing unless
they comply with th requirements that
a definite stattment oC the amount of
the capital stock, bet location of tho
principal office, the number of shares
and tht par value thereof hs stated.
Articles of incorporation wert filed
this morning as follows:
Jo ly-Ratolle, of Portland, capital
stock $100,000 and object to conduct a
general printing business.
Miller & Obst, of Portland filed no
tice of dissolution.
Attorney General Brown is recover
ing from his attack of pneumonia and
will probably It back in his office ear
ly neit week.
'eo-rrmeriftatinn Iaw. 40 xpt frnm firmfl
and corporations which have rejected
1L ! L 1
me pruvi'iuns ui me compensation law,
and 31 were from public utility corpo-
ration nor. ftuhieat. tn tha nrnvininnH
of the com.paasa.tion law. four of whom
were passenger who were injured.
MAmt Tint ti Lib
keeps your skin
healt hy and
gives your com
plexion the at
There are many
f inRV rur ifif Mail All KU
inrea 10 a eiage uiat assures quick
positive results. i
MBS. IRENE SCOTT i
M Farh fot
One Week More
ODDS iD ENDS Hi BR0KO1 UNES
Six more busy days of this extraordinary sale
Vhieh makes it nnssihl fnr ihf pirpfnl nnrchjispr
to stretch the buying power of her dollars to the t
'full limit. -
SAVE ON ODD HOUSE DRESSES
SAVE ON ODD UNDERWEAR
SAVE ON ODD WAISTS
SAVE ON ODD WASH SKIRTS
SAVE ON ODD CHILDREN'S DRESSES
SAVE ON ALL WHITE WASH GOODS
SAVE ON ALL ODDS AND ENDS IN THIS
WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Ready to Wear and Ready to Use
I U. G. Shipley Company
Where Shopping is a Pleasure
WOOLEN SHORTAGE DENIED
Washington,- June 24. Reports of
shortages of woolens and woolen cloth
ing for the eivil population were offi
cially denied today by tho war indus
tries board in a warning to dealers
not to speculate in woolen commodities
"There is no official warrant, the
statement said, "for statements or
Tumors to the effect that it will soon
be impossible to buy woolens or woolen
'clothing1 sufficient to meet actual re
quirements for tho cival papulation;
"The present spwulativo movement
ia cloth anil clothing will undoubtedly
'compel definite penalizing action if
persisted in- There aro at present am
ple stocks of cloth and clothing and
there ig no cxn-use for inflation."
Givagossian 's "free energy" so-called
seems to have been the bunk, just like
anything else that 's f nee.
Beautiful Bust and Shoulders
are poenlble if you will wear a scientifically constructed
Bien Jpli Braetiere.
Th dranring wcif lit of an uneonAned twit m rtrctohrs the
supportiuc oiusclea Uiat tlw contour of the figure is apoiled.
' . Ah, . .
put the bust back where it be-
lonea. orevent the full bust from
hsvinr the SDDeaninee of flab-
inf'-AH .n-iTlf) , wneBs, eliminate rne aa nicer 01
FIT? A VI FI3 K." arsLgging muscles aud oonttns the
irraceful line to the entire upper body.
They are the daintiest snd most serviceable (raiments imafH
nabie rome-in all materials snd styles: Crmm Back, Hook
Front, Surplice, Bandeau, etc Boned with " Walohn," the
rustless boning penuittiiuj wasliing without removal.
Hare your dealer show you Bien Jolie Brassieres, if not stock
ed, we will gladly send him, prepaid, samples to show you.
BENJAMIN ft JOHNE5T, 01 Warren Street, Newark, N. J.
War Savings Stamps
WOEK, SAVE, SEBVE1
Buy a $4.17 Stamp and the Govern
ment will buy it back from you on Jan.
1, 1923, for $3.00.
Every man, woman and child, in this
hour of America 's need, should save
and buy ts many War Savings Stamps
as can possibly be afforded. Your profit
is 4 per cent interest compounded, guar- '
antced by the V. S. government the
safest guarantee in the world.
lt.is your patriotic duty to help crush
tho autocratic menac.9 that threatens to
shackle the world in slavery. Your pur
chase of thrift stamps will do it and pay
profitable returns to boot. Buy yonr W.
S. 8., at the postofice.
Now for a Big Week of
Value Giving in Fine Ap
parel for Women
Let this occasion prove to you Uiat this is the Sale Store, of this vicinity.
This showing of exceptional apparel for both Women and Misses is one of the
most comprehensive we have ever shown, at this time of the season. Every
one of the models is new and up to date.
SILK DRESSES AT A BIG REDUCTION--$7.50, $8.90, $12.50, $14.90, $15.50, t
$10.3U, JhU.DU, 313.DV, l.DU, ZZVZii.W,
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