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iilE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1918.
MANY AWARDS MADE
IN TEXTILE DIVISION
OLINE for S
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Low Grade Gasoline
May Be Legally Sold
Because of government demands for
liyrh, grade gasoline for airplane use,
JJoputy JStato 8ealer Wortinan in today
muling notice to all district sealers
; not to prosecute dealers who so41 Raw-
lino 'below the standard requirements
of the state laws. Ho suya ho does not
know yet w ahtthe specific gravity
. of the gasoline furnished by the com
jinnies will be. His letter to tho dis:
trict sealers Bays:
"Under a recent order from tho gov
ernment tho Oil Companies of the .Pa
cific coast aro ordered to make a cer
itufyi amount of high grade gasoline
for tho Aero Plaue use and it is impos
sible to fill tho needs of the govern
ment and at the same timo furnish to
the state of Oregon sufficient amount
of gasoline of a specific gravity to
meet tho requirements of the state law.
"Unless you receive instructions to
the 'contrary you will not prosocute
dealers that sell gasoline that does not
pass the gasoline gravity test unless
you are satisfiod that the dealers aro
mixing distillate with the gasoline and
(telling the game as gasoline.
"1 will let you know in- the near
future what the specifio gravity of the
gasoline furnished bv the companies
' HE more serious
ly people consider the
purchase of motor
cars, the more respect
they have for Model
Five points of Overland superiority:
Appearance, Performance, Comfort,
Service and Price.
We have Overland Cars
for immediate delivery.
Valley Motor Co.
Front and State Streets Elbert Thompson, Mgr.
6 A. M TO 6 P.M.
Beginning October First
The Pacific coast director of the oil division
of the fuel administration has requested that the
sale of gasoline and engine distilate be limited to
the hours between 6 a. m. and 6 p. m.
The Standard Oil Company is glad to comply
with this request and beginning October 1st, all of
our stations and delivery facilities will serve the
public between these hours only.
This request is made for the purpose of con
serving man power and we know that our patrons
will patriotically cooperate with the fuel adminis
tration in carrying out this important war meas
HELD AT VVOODBURN
Large Number Attend Inter
esting Exhibit And Prem
iums Awarded Exhibitors
Local industrial fairs were hold in
North Marion last week at St. Paul and
Buttovillo oa the 18th; Woodburn and
Oervais on the 18th, and Silwrton and
Beotts Mills on the 20th.
The one at Woodburn was at Liberty
Temple and largely attended by those
much interested in the ludustrial exhib
its of school children. Schools reprcsvm.
ted were Woodburn, WoHt Woodburn,
Johnston, Bollo Passi, McKec, Grassy
I'ond, Hall, Union and Iiroaducrcs,
There were over 80 exhibits and the
fair was under thv management of Supt.
W. J. Miahlor and Mrs. Luella Walsh,
Printed ribbons wero given as first, sec
ond and third premiums ad a standard
ribbon for one), Btandard exhibit. Tho
loving clip, won by Woodburn last yiar,
was again awarded Woodburn, which
The Thrift Car
how retains it. The judges were Mr.
and Mrs. Allen from O. A. C,
It-o cream was sold in the afternoon
and evening, the proceeds tog toward
buying buying pleasure apparatus for
Iu tho evening a pleasing program
was given consisting of a piano solo by
Miss Clair, talk on aggressive club work
in tho country by D. M. Drydon, duet
bj Viola Olson and Beatrice Wolf, talk
by L. M. Bitnvy on industrial club work
in town, and a piano solo by John F.
The following premiums were award
ed: Chickens Wells Foote, 1st:" Ellis
Pig Homer Settleuioier, 1st; Daisy
Collins, 2nd; Joseph Iversou, 3rd.
Turkey Homer tMtlemcier, 1st. -
Hum Lamb Eva Benjamin, 1st;
Babbits Robert Cott, 1st. -
Squash Houier Settlomier, 1st; Hen
ry DeBoest, 2nd.
Squash Leo Dickenson, 1st; Arthul
Watermelon Homer fcMtlomcier, 1st,
Leroy Huistad, 2nd; Elmer Broyleg 2nd.
Cabbage Fergus West, 1st; Harold
Currots Barrel Crosby, 1st.
Beets- Dnrrel Crosby 1st.
Mnakmelon Lawrence Hayes, 1st;
Applvs Kail Nehl 1st.
Tomatoes Homer Hettlemier, 1st;
Morris Sussee, 2nd. m
White Dent Corn Krnest Andres, 1st
Ucntriee -Woir 2ud, Jack Uibboiiu drd.
Popcorn Norman Allen 1st, Jack
Oibbeus, 2nd,, John Knox 3rd.
(lorn Hurley Hughvg 1st, Lee Diek
esen 2nd, Joseph Iverson 3rd.
Potatoes Herman llauge 1st, Clar
ence Allen 2nd, Lee Dickenson 3rd.
Beans Albert Wengenroth 1st, Jack
Cake, Mary Allen 1st, Margaret
Cnnued blackberries, loganberries.
gooseberries and knitted sweater Nor
ma Murrs, 1st.
Canned blackberry nn,l crabanulo.
jolly Opal Simms 1st, V Vivian Yoderi
2nd, Vera Bognrd 3rd. j
Cnrran, apphj fend blackberry jelly i
Alma Trulliugor 1st, Daisy Collius
Cam:od beets -Alina Trullinger 1st. I
Dried fruits Alma Trullinger 1st I
Aeroplane model Norman Richardson:
Birdhouso, Donald Haidcastlo 1st.
Dress Bonnoi Hcott 1st. i
Bag Margaret Hall 1st, Bessie Chap
poll 2nd, Violet Olson SrA.
Apron Margaret Hall 1st, Hvleu
Mooro 2ud, Murtle Klnmp 3rd.
Table runner Alice Maiguin .Isti
Crochoting Alice Maiguin 1st.
Dress Dais,- Collins 1st, Lila Nel
Doily and bag Lela Burnett 1st.
Knitted doll bedspread 'Maurino
Bag Clara EShonesan.
Croc hod yoke AlUv Manguin 1st
Beatrice Wolf 2nd, Myrtle Klnmp 3rd
Towel Myrtle Klanip 1st.
Handkerchief Alice -Manguin 1st.
Austrian Take Part
Vienna, via London, Sopt. 26. (!
ayed) -Austrian troops are "taking a
: glorious part in the fighting east of
Uaaj (Mease)," it was officially an
nounced by the Austrian war office
Thi is the first intimation that Aus
ti1 tpartiri Jated Jkhe AJgonnc
tv Mimj. or that the battle extended
; east of the Ktu river-
Hand Sewing. ,
1. Baby dress 1st, Mrs. C. H. Pack
er, Portland; 2nd Mrs. W. F. Foster.
2. Baby skirt 1st, Mrs. Anna
3. Bed linen set 1st, Mrs. Berth
Hurst, Canby, Ore.; - 2nd, Margaret
' 4. Chemise 1st, Mrs. T. Traglic
Portland; 2nd Mrs. b.jn lurner, tort
laud. 3 Fancy apron 1st, Julia Gregory
Salem: 2nd. Mrs. N. C. Christensen. Ma
C. Hemstitched cloth 1st, Mrs. W
F. Foster, Balem.
7. Hemstitched handkerchief 1st
Mrs. Anna Weederhold, Portland; 2nd
Julia Oregory, Salem.
8. Nightgown 1st, Mrs. W
Woodcock, Portland; 2nd, Mrs. J. A
Askew, Oregon City.
9. Table linen, set of 7 1st, F. C
De Long, Salem; 2nd, Georgiana ilf
10. Waist 1st, Mrs. Jas. . Menane
DtMoss Springs, Ore.;
11. Nightgown 1st, Mrs. Wayne
12. Baby jacket anj cap 1st, Mrs
Anna Wccderholder, Portland. v
13. Centerpiece, kensington on linen
1st, Mrs. Anna VV ecderholder, Port)
wuo i'. ..i i. in.. iv , axvauvov
14. Centerpiece, lone and short stit
ch 1st, Mrs. Wm. L. Maze, Portland;
2nd, Mrs. C. H. Parker, Portland.
15. Centerpiece, Wallachian lst.Mrs
C. H. Parker, Portland.
18. Dress scarf, linen 1st, Lrnma
Green, 8a) om; 2nd, Bertha Iterenrueier
town not given
17. Display of fancv bags 1st, Mra
P. Troglio, Portland; 2nd, Bertha Hunt,
18. Display of cross stitch, 1st, Clara
E. Cadwell, Union.
19. Display sofe pilloows 1st, Mrs.
Arthur Burgcois, Portland; 2nd, Mra
J. A. Askew, Oregon City.
20. Lunch cloth, half soiled, linen i
1st, Mrs. Arthur Gourgoiso, Portland.
21. Sofa Pillow cross stitch 1st, Mrs.
Arthur Moore, Portland.
23. Table runner, brown linen, cross
stitch 1st, ' Mrs. Anna Weederholdor
Portland; 2nd, Clara E. Cadwell, Un
23." Collection of needle work by club
1st, Sweet Briar club, Salem; -2nd,
St. Paul's church Club, Bulcm.
White Embroidery. j
24. Baby bonnet 1st, Mis. C. H.
Packer, Portland; 2nd Mrs. C. II. Fack
25. Baby pillow 1st, Mrs. C. H
26. Baby aWrt 1st, Mrs. W. T. fos
27. Babv Coach Kobv 1st, Mrs. Budd
Straight, Oregon City.
28. Baby dress--1st, Mrs. C. H. Pack
er, Portland; 2nd Mis. Jas. DeMenane,
DeMoss Springs, Ore.
29. Bed linen set, 3 pieces 1st, Mrs.
Jas. A. Askew, Oregon City; 2nd, Mrs.
P. Trogho, Portland.
30. Centerpiece Hardhangcr lst,Mrs
C. E. Houthworth, Salem; 2nd, Mrs.
Wayne Henry', Saleni.
31. Chcmiso, French and cyeiec 1st
Mrs. J. A. Askew, Oregon City; 2nd
Mrs. Brwan Turner, Portland.
32. Corset cover, French nnd eyelet-?
1st and 2nd, Mrs. C. H. Parkur, Port,
33. Collar and tutt set 1st, Mrs. P.
Troglio, Portland; 2nd, Emma Gieen
Salem. '. .
34. Child's dress 1st, Mis. Hov V
35. Collection 3 fancy aprons, 1st
Mrs. Anna Wccderholder, Portland.
36. Displnv 6 embroidered handker
chiefs 1st, Mrs. J. Densmore, Scio.
A7. Display Swvdish darning,. 3 piety
os 1st, Bertha Hunt, Portland; 2nd
Laura Bundle, Saleni.
38. Dresser set 2 pieces 1st, Mrs
Arthur Bourgeois, Portland.
39. Dresser scarf, French and eyelet
1st, Mrs. J. Askew Oregon City; 2nd
Mrs. H. A. Pettinger, Portland.
40. Lunch cloth Fivneh and eyelet
1st Mrs. J. A. Askew, Oregon City; 2r
Mrs. J. Densmore, Scio. "
41. Lunci. cloth, French and punch
1st, Miss Z. Olmsted, Salem.
42, Sutin stitch 1st, Mrs. J. A. As
kew, Oregon City; 2nd Mrs, otter
43. Lunch cloth hardhangcr 1st,
Woodcock, town not given;' 2nd, Mrs.
G. T. Hegtvict, Woodburn.
44. Lunch set, 1 pieces 1st, Mrs. J
A. Askew, Oregon Sity; 2nd, Mrs. 0,
II. Tacker, Portland.
45. Nightgown, fiv-ncU nnd eyelet
1st, Mrs. J. A. Askew, Oregon City; 2nd
Mrs. E. C. Cross. Salem.
46. Pair embroidered towels-lst.Mrs
Bertha Hurst, Canbv, Ore.; 2nd, Mis
J. A. Askew, Oregon City. ,
KUma Savage, Mullau, V Svp.OwJF
47. Pair embroidered pillow slips 1st
Klbnn Savage, Mullan, Idaho; 2nd Mrs
E. C. Cross, Salem.
48. Pincushion, fivneh and eyelet
1st, A. Kinskamp, Spokane, Wash.; 2ud
Mrs.'j. A. Askew, Oregon City.
4!. Shirt waist, f reach and punch
1st, Bertha Hunt, Portland.
50. Shirt waist, freuch 1st, Mrs. Will
51. Sideboard scarf, french an,i eye.
let 1st, Mrs. O. H. Packer, Portland;
2nd, Mrs. J. A. Askew, Oregon City
52. Sideboard scarf, satin stitch 1st
Mrs. J A. Askew, Oivgou City,; 2nd
Mrs. Will May, Salem.
53. Table cloth, frenh and eyelets
1st, Mrs. C. H. Packer, Portland; 2nd
Mrs. It. A. Pettinger, Portland.
54. Tnblt. linen, 7 pieces 1st, Mrs.
J. A. Askew, Oregon City; 2nd, Mrs.
C. H. Packer, Portland.
55. Tray cloth, french and eyelet
1st, Elma Savage, Mullan. Idaho; 2nd
Mrs. C. H. Tacker, Portland,
ort. I'nderwear, . pieces 1st, Alta
Colored Cotton Embroidery.
07. Bungalow set, 5 iMKes Jst,ir&
S. Simon, Spokane, Wash.; 2nd, Mra
A. Otterson, Tillamook.
08. CenterpKe 1st, Bertha -Hunt
Portland; 2nd, Julia Gregory, Salciii.
08. Collar and culf set 1st Airs. Mar
garet Mather, Salem.
W). Dresser scarf 1st. Mrs. 8. Kiinun
Spokane, Wash.: 2nd, Mrs. A. Askew
6L Lunch oloth 1st, Mrs. N. W.
Woodcock, Portland; 2nd, Mrs. W. L
62. Nightgown 1st, Mrs. J. A. As
kew, Oregon City; 2nd, Mrs. W. T. Fos
63. Pair towels 1st, Alta JoneB, Sa,
fem; 2nd, Mrs. E. C. Cross, Salem.
64. (Sofa pillow 1st, Mrs. 8. 8. Simon
Spokane, Wash.; 2nd, Mrs. Arthur Bour
65. Table linen, white 1st, naino not
Point Lace, Battenburg, Duchess,
, Drawn Work and Tatting.
1. Battenburg display, 4 pieces lBt,
Mrs. J. A. Askew, Oregon-City; 2nd
Mrs. L. B. Blalock, DeMoss Springs.
2. Dutchess lace, hand 1st, Mrs. L
B. Blalock, DeMoss Springs, Ore.;2ud
Mis. Will Hay, Salem. j
3. Dutchess lace collar 1st. Mrs.
uavid atcwart, Portland,
4. Dutchess lace centerpiece 1st,
-ii i . n. o, iuze, jroriiana.
I 5. Lace lunch cloth 1st. Mrs. J. A
ASKew, Uregon City.
6. Point lace baby set 1st. Mrs. L
a. isiaiocis, DeMoss Springs, Ore.
7; Point lace, hand 1st Mrs. David
Stewart. Portland; 2nd, Mrs. L. B. Bla
lock, DeMoss Springs, Ore.
8. Point lace collar 1st, Mrs. R. M.
Harding, Silverton;2nd, Mrs. L. B. Bla
lock, DeMoss, Springy
9. Display of 3 pieces 1st, Mr3. H
10. Lunch cloth 1st. Mrs. Arthur
11. Sofa pillow 1st. Mrs. A. S. Him.
12. Sideboard scarf 1st. Mrs. A. P.
Hussey, gialem. -
13. Bag, tatting 1st. Mrs. D. Mcl.in.
Portland; 2nd, Mrs. D. McLin, Port
14. Collar and cuff set 1st. Mrs n.
la. Center piece 1st. Mrs. F. ('nr.
10. Corset covct 1st. Mrs. T). MeT.ln
Portland; 2nd, Mrs. A. Weednrl.nl,w
17. Display of tattins. 6 pieces 1 ql
Mrs. D. McLin, Portland; 2nd, Mra. A.
E. Whitlock, Halsoy.
18. Handkerchiefs, 6 1st, Mrs. D.
McLin, Portland; 2nd, Mrs. P. Tioa
19. Towels ,2, tatting end 1st, Mrs,
A. E. Whitlock, Halsey; 2nd, Mrs. E. C.
Cross, Salem. 9
20. Nightgown 1st, Mrs. D. McLin.
21. Set 6 medallion 1st, Clara C
Cadwell, Union; 2nd, Mrs. D. McLin'
22; Set 6 doilies 1st Clara C. Cad
23. ; TatK-d yolk 1st, Mrs. W. H.
Commons, Scotts Mills.
1. Bed spread 1st, Mrs. Artkur
Burgcois, Portland; 2nd, Mrs. J. T.
Fox, Portland. .
2. Bed spread, filet 1st, Mrs. A. J.
3. Bag, filed lstMrs. Bertha Hunt
Portland;2nd, Mrs. W.- F. Foster, Ba
lem. 4 Bag, Irish 1st, Mrs. Anna Weed
erhold, Portland;2nd, Mrs A. Emskamp,
5. Child's sacque Jst, Mrs. W. F,
Fostvr, Ealcmj 2nd Georgiaua Grin
6. Crochet sweater 1st, Mrs , P.
' 7.' Crochet hng-me-tight 1st, Mrs
C. P. Bishop, Salem ;2nd,' Georgiana
8. Centerpiece, filet 1st, Mrs. A. S
Hussey, Salem;2nd, Mrs. W. P. Poster
9. Collar and cuff set, filet 1st
Mrs. P. Troglio, Portland;2nd, Mrs. W.
H. Commons, Scotts Mills.
10. Coin purse 1st, Mrs. Wayne
nenry, Salem; 2nd Mrs. V. Troglio,
11. Collar, Irish 1st Mrs. Anna
Cost z As Much
onty s Tire Shop
J 177 South Commercial
Wccdholdor, Portland; 2nd Mrs. Bertha
' 12. Doilies, set of 8 1st Mrs. Anna
13. Ladies ahawl 1st, Mrs. Irene
14. Lunch sot, fifct 5 pieces E. C.
Pat ton, Salem; 2nd, Mrs. Sarah E.
15. Lunch set, linen and braid 1st
Mrs. F. C. De Long, Salem; 2nd, Mrs.
O. P. Hoff, Salem.
16. Lunch act, fclot trimmed 1st
Bert Miller, Aurora, Ore.;2nd Mrs. Jane
17. Nightgown, filet 1st, Alto
Jones, Salvm; 2nd, Mrs. H. M. Baker"
18. Pillow, filet 1st, Mrs. A. B.
Hussey, Salem; .2nd, Mrs. Wayno Df
19; Pair towels, filot trimmed 1st
Mrs. E. C. Cross, Salem; 2nd, Bertha
Hurst, Canby, Ore.
20. Pair towol slips, filed trimmed
Mrs. E. C. Cross, Salom; 2nd, Bertha
Hurst, Canby, Oro.
The Journal Job Department
will print you anything in the
stationery line do it right and
save you real money.
CELLAR STORAGE IS
FOR CELLAR. 'STORAGE
Lin- I THIS, IS ft FINE P-fNCE fl
(now, For vjeoetables-I
CARROTS. CELERV. PARSMiPc. potatipc
5ALS)FV AND TURNIPS AN EARTH FLOOR
ISDESIFLftBLE.BUT THIVI NOT Al UJAVic.
Ft)SSieLE. IN CELLARS WITH A CONCRETE
FLOOR THE CONCRETE SHOULD BE.
COUEREO WITH 2QR5 INCHES OF
SAND, VJHICH SHOOLO BE SPRINKLED
WITH WATER FROM TIME TO TIME .
NftTIONAt WAR GARDEN COMMISIONXiL,'
f WASHIMGTQN O.C. X "
Question of storage is very important and you can find many pointer
in the free book that will be sent all who send a two-cent stomp to tho
National War Garden Commission at Washington.
United States Tires
Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Tires
' Phone 428
Found Paris An Old Town
; With Women ftoing Work
Mrs. J. G. Roigelman of 940 Mill
street, is in receipt of a lettvr from
Purry Reigclman who is now in France
in the photo laboratory work of tho
army.'- ' - .' ...
He writes that 4,000 soldiers were oi
the ship on which be crossed the At
lantio and that lvfor0 they reached
France, the ship andothers were attack
ed by submarines, but that no one wai
Men in the photographic work are lo
cated in an old chateau near-Parttf-about
a IS minute walk from the city
He writos that Paris seems quite an old
city and that the streets are very ir
regular, Military uniforms predomin
ate on the streets of Paris and the wo
men generally wear sombre clothes.
Street carg run regularly in Parig bu
their lights are dimmed. They aro op
crated by boys and children who alsl
do work that was formerly, dono 1
mo.i. , .
It required 11 days for th tioor
ship to cross the Atlantic. Aa soon a
soldiers arrive in Franco, they are sent
to barracks built by Napoleon. As thi
troop9 march along, the French childror
sing, "Hail, Hail, tho Gang s jxif
Here." Ho writes that tho trip acros-
northern Franc0 is a wonderful one.
THE THING FOR THEM
OP BEETS CARRAGP