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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALE1T, OREGON.
SATURDAY. JANUARY 25. 1919.
By CAROL S. DIBBLE
FB1END- of Man Ada
who sailed from Saiem
Km m r- .t j r .! . j
SAL! society had th pteajor f f Mr. aid Mr. C. 3. E-tward, who
erj4 ekMM tii;w u g, fwr tU fcf e
v.- v.u "Wz d y i P'
suit xra Rasa are paw
ter aota Umr tws mas.
cirwsrx, to spena a tew gay, la ratem -ra aoiem the ril wards are mail air their her iurra; taking piaee January 2,
with ha parent, Mr. aad Mrv A. 5. , home with Mr. aad Mrs. B. C Miiea. i according to a e6i2ran received by
fa-. H returned east WJns.lar. I , her eet v. ..4 u j a--..
with congratulatory ratertstl Mr. and Mrs. Jobs W. Todl eater-' thi. ntk. Mr. ViHiasa Uo rat ia tit
?pl' Sympfeavy, tisr assaal Vii is
! mot by s-sooxrrptioa raagiag front ft
,to $. per yesr. Tie seat for tie
' locag People jraspaoBT at Caraefs
' kail ant always 4d ut tar th staees-
The iesaiaiag df".cH is act by f&a
j & spirited, saw levers.
I At th ksst Meting f tiw Mosui
; dab ia tPortlaad, it wa leaded to
; award a pm of f tit best tea
: for ths tirst concert ef the Psrtiaaii
-aymphwuy trriotrs. M the high sehae ;
atodeat, either pabu sr private, who
'-U WTlt the best essay of as t
taaa 360 words, the subject "Way
-Poniaadi a Stmphaay OreV
la aa f tase coauaaaMea i th
aTapaaay ezpertet ( he e:f nalaiar
iaf. The otuatiaa is vrt ia Ponhvsd
a4 haea bj the geaeritr f tase
' wa ier their eamiaaartr tea wB t
man, sot ia AiHtax cent, t
York, WW. "a fi wa jiewra, t a mi W ,
t, A iM f A TiBaawfifc eoaat?. Iarig taeir jojtrora mfelf the tweaty eihth of DeeemVr, f1" the evmmwxu- ti
a ioire at r. eat a Bie : taie aa taeir (rata reeeatly, Mr. . Vansver high school this faU bef"Tt
t ai aai Men a a4 Jtra. Jha a at tw hit- her (Wrtare for the Philinwa
wiate.l t a position wmaeeted with
Ike a.liH f) a.lminisTrti ia Ea
. Tho;h ifr. lissh-wia feport lot
ttn'f ai mreefana. -paiar it U aator
1 tMtnfiaiU jrt m t where his
wrk will eenter for the moat part.
Tbft heajtiqisarteni of the f admini
tratioe are k-at.j ia Pari, aai Mr.
Baah win of eonne be ia aitant
taw.h witfc tie ofriees there. He will
twmaia akrol ftr the period of hit en
liteet ia the aereiee, a year.
Urt. hmtk aa4 tfam two ixJ will ae
cawpaay htm, feariRjf w Torh the
fifteenth at YTxrj, Mra, Bush end
the efcikirew witt be inmiriUi ia the
seeiimiK f a Freaek fa&ily iatha
awsaroe at rarta, taaa aavieg aa aa
awrpef i pprrtaatty to acquire a
Swat am 4 the French Ian
Iaric the pant year Ur. Baih hat
tWa mx7T-4 iateaaiTe triitinjt both
ia the nvtin, aero aid ether braaebe f
erriee. Hi ate their arrirat ia New
York ia the early fall, Mn, Buh and
rea hare nii therr home la an at
traetire ptfmrttaa hotel at White Ptaiaa
mt Hw Xatk t'tty, while Mr. Bosh
awraaew aia ttaiiie in the metrr,Iif.
Mr. wj Mr. Baih hare been haty
mimi fa the teaeoa'a aeeiai faitiea,
ki wiater and their departure ertr
eaa, iarelrinif a eoBtiaaed abaeaee, ia
awttter of regret with Dfat Of Sa
Mi. J. T. Sotherlaad weat to Port
laa4 yeaterday afeeraoos ia reaposje
4 word reneired from her toa and
wife, Mi. and Mm. S. V. Sutherland,
-who are both ill with nffaenza.
The t3aleai orchestra Uf has 45
aieatbera aa4 ia piaaaia; to gift a
eoaeert ltaih 4 at tha tpeza Hooae,
with o there to follow freeaeathr at
' 'Amerkaaiiahoa ' ' is to be the
theme of oae of the avwt iaterestiaf
itoea of Oranw, ew Xorit. The I EarSer letter writte. h d
rsatera eame to the mart oa a bnittea er daring her eaa rorasfe ui aiait
tr.o and returned to New York br war e.J tr. her reWriM i him fna
of lifftmia. to time rereai a trip fail of latere .'P"4" cf reeomrtraetiea work oeeapy-
Mr. aad Mra, TAl wera aoet, Thora- 'aad colorful Ueideat. Oa the firat Mtt lh " of the Orefoa woea
oar mi aa iniurmai ntuo oaaer party of the jorey, the ship tailing from
at their home oa Befleroe afreet. Aa Sea Fraaeiaeo aa far aa Yokohama
attrae-tire eeivterpieee of yreeaerr Sun inhered a rariied paeiirer Eat ia
rfeeked the table. Orert were plated elorfiag nine iiaioiiarie to CTiiaa asd
ITR TRIMMED StlT
ReaUkia haa been uaod laviahlr oa
tkia blue wool relours eult with Ita
4t euir aad traerfnlir lone abawl
collar, which, br the way. eeetns to
fee eiulte the moit popular foliar of
the aeaaon.ller "tarn" la of block
eaver cloth and I tied with a nar
row bit of croiarain ribbon andmc
la font etreamera at the back.
CREAKS A COLD
111 A FEW HOURS
First Dose of Tzpes CcU
tcmpcupa RcEeres Afl
Poa't ty ituf fed-up!
yuit blowinn and fauffltRc! A lote
f 'Tape'i Cold Compound " taken er
err two aoura until tkree doara are
taken will end grippe miaery and break
tip torero eold either in the head,
Cheat, Body or limba..
It promptly 0eni dogged np
4nJ aad air -paaeaaKea; at opt aaatr
eliaeharm or note running: relieve
iek headache, dullneai, fereriahnptt
tore throat, aneecing, aoreneta an I
"I'ape't Cold Compound" it tht
ijniekett, aurett relief known and eottl
only a few eeata at drug itorei. It acta
without aaaitlaaee, tattea niee, tad
came no ineonrenieuce. Don't accept
for f ifteea.
Mae Ethel Hummel, a teacher ia the
3aiea echoels, ha returned to the ertr
to reanme her work, foilowiag a riait
ia Portland daring the eufweej Tea
tcon, whkh haa yrrtftiied the paat
The Chaotaojoa Eeaitug circle will
rename ita weekly aetirities next Wed
nettdar, pTOridtng the iaflaeaza ban i
lifted by that date. The meeting which
are held regntarly daring the wiater
at the pnblie library hare been diaeoa-
tinned daring the epidemic.
Mra. B. X. La Pore, accompanied by
her mother. Mra. E. A. Delaaer. left the
latter part of the week for Loc Ange
lea. Mrt.. 1 Pore will return after a
three weeks eojoura, while her mother
will remain aosth throojnout the winter.
Mr. and Mra. W. H. Perkin went
to Portland renter da r for the week
end. Mr. Perkina, who ia eorering the
aenate for the (Jreaoniam, wul retom
to Ha lent Monday, bat Mrs. Perkina
will remain ia Portland, eomiiig down
to join her hatband again later in the
Mita Roth Moore ia spending the
week end in Orratlis a the goert of
her tinier, Mita Helea Moore, who i
attenciiag the Orinmn Agricultural col
sMine Oertrnde Eaat, a popular O. A.
C. student, U tpenifing the week
end in Hslrm with her parent,
Mr. and lira. & . Eaat.
The Pritrilta club will meet neit
Thurmlar afternoon at the home of
Mra. Prank. Myers, 5!3 South Comaier-
eini street. This will re the first meet
ing held by the Pritrilla eln this year,
a their meeting ache 'in led for New
Year'i week wa postponed owibj to
the influenza ban.
The W. B. C. Bed Cross auxiliary re
qtieets H members to meet for worh
next Thursday, January 3(Kh at the
post office at IrSfl p. m.
Amour the eattern folk, who are
mending the winter in Salem it Mrs.
W. S. Bemi! of Lahbora, Beak., Can
ada, who arrived Monday to be the
guKrt of her aider, Mrs. A. M. Botzein
of .1.11 North Cottage street. If eon
ditione are favorable Mr. Berepel, who
is in the mercantile basinets at Less
on, mar rome later with the three
ehHdreu to join Mrs. Rempel and lo
cate permanently ia Hnlem.
Now that the baa ia to be lifted from
the eity and public ataembliea are
again poMible, the War Mothers of the
city and rieinity te requested to meet
wtth the officers of the nalem nntt or
the state chapter of American War
motheri on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
at the auditorium of the Commercial
club. Mr. Albin, aa a member of the
council, and also Mr. Chapman of the
Commercial eiub, wiH be ia atteadanre
and plana will be dine timed for the
proper reception to ba aveeorded our
returning aeldier. Many will come
battle ararred, others hare panned thru
unscathed, while some hare Answered
with their fives. To afl let us show the
appreciation they deaerro from the
It Is earnestly requested that the
mothers of thene boy show the appre
ciation they ail fl for the part tbfir
sons hare played ia this war by com
ing to the meeting and thus doing their
Thw officers are pseeident, Mrs. John
A. Carson; rice president, Mra. Fred
ftewtrt; secretary, Mrs. Etta Squire
Seeley; treasurer, Mrs. James T. Mat
thews; historian, Mrt. Edwin fihcrmaa;
auditor!, Mra. Kan J. 1'ry, and Mrs.
T. W. Daries; directors, Mra. Frank
Durbin, Mm. John Maurer, Mrs. E. Ho
fcr. Mrs. C. D. briclon, Mrs, O. H.
With more than 50 men trying out
for places on the Men's Clew club of
the Vnivernitr of Oregon, at Eugene,
J. 8. Evans, director, bolirrea that this
renn will toe Oregon baring oae of
the beat glee clubs which haa erer rep
resented the school. The complete per
sonnel of the tit has sot been select
India aad several Bssaiaa. French,
Aa.trajistn aad British officers, and
six distiasruiahed Chinese. The British
eonsut to Shanghai aad his family were
also oa board.
Is spite of the fatt that rt ia so
difficult to get passports asd one ia
foppnaed to be trareling only on ba
iness, there were a large number of
pasaengers, aa many mea aa women,
and fifty three ehtlirea, Mrs. Willi
Shortly after leaving Honolulu the
sea beeamo sxosedingly rough. The!
writer describes a semi-hamoroas In
cident ia this con section, snvwtf:
"While at dinner ia the diaiag room
a huge ware crashed agaia.it ear side
of the dining room, brofco ail the win
dows on that side and also sa the par
lor abore, and flooded both with wa
ter. There was at least a foot of wa
ter ia the dining room and food of all
sorts wa spilled over everyone and
everywhere. Nearly all the women had
their clothes ruined. I had oa a cream
serge skirt- dish of salad and cap
of coffee landed in my lap, Of coarse
that ended the dinner! AJ the crew
were busy closing and bolting the steel
doors and ahotterg and no one was al
lowed on deck to get a whiff of fresh
Whe also mentions the extreme)
warmth of weather and speaking of
winter apparel in her trunk says "the
sight of them makes me weak with
heat. Everyone dresses in white or
summer clothes all the time. The only
wraps are light mlK sweaters or eapes
tor evening, i ae any oerore tner retro
ed Homoflulii the crew and everyone pot
on whito, ana will wear white eootin
A social diversion in the monotony
of the royage was afforded one eve
ning when ever) one dressed for an
Oriental dinner, wearing either Japa
nese kimonas or Mandarin cloaks. An
other night a masquerade was the or
der of the evening, and Mrs. Williams
introduced a touch of aorelty into the
ensemble of guises hy appearing in a
khaki nit. She said. "There were some
rery unique and amusing costumes and
very pretty ones. I received compli
ments en my suit An American offi
cer on board put his revolver oa me
and his officer's cap and few fin
8ht spoke of the landing at Yoko
hama being rery impressive, aa many
passengers were bound for that port
and consequently there were many
friend there to greet them. A number
of prominent Chinese officials were on
board and a retinue of Japanese offi
cials came to reeeire them in costume
with banners and other insirnia.
The British eonsut and bis wife took
Mrs. Williams and friend on a sight
seeing trip through Yokohama. They
visited the big Buddha-Darbruisa at
Kamapura, 25 miles from Yokohama.
In a brief pea picture, Mrs. William
Yoa can enter the Buddha at the
side and go up very steep narrow stair
steps until yon reach the eyelids, from
which yon can took out. I am proud to
say I bare looked out from the ryes
of the best Iiaibutsu in the world. One
in India is larger but not to i-
nor so well kept. The Japanese gardens
would be beautiful ia spring or sum
mer, bat it is quite eold here now and
there is no foliage."
Mra Williams will continue to teach
for a time, having applied for and re-
eeircd an appointment to a pom t ton in
the IBinplnne schools. Mr. William
boltlfi an office under the educational
bureau, similar to that of superintend
ent of schools.
this soring. For some tune too Iktagh,
terg of the Americaa Bevoiotioa aavo
Wa working along this liao with the
view to making a pted Americans of
the thousand of foreign bora women
over tbe United States. Since the war,
the big work has been brought to the at
tecuoa of club women of the country,
and the work will be augmented, by
thousands of women workers. Women
interpreters whr have been stationed
at the I. W. C. A. hostess bouses to
work among foreign bom soldiers will,
whea demobilise uon takes place, be
sent into the communities from which
these mea have come to continue their
work of Americanization 'among the
ia Oregon, the work is being for
warded by the D. A. K, the State Ped
e ratios of Women's dabs, under Mrs.
Cbarka H. Castaer, and the Oregon
Coagreas of .Mathers, ander Mm Fred
Sehilke. The two latter club organi
zation am of state wide scope and
cmbraee practically all of the clu
women of tbe state.
SOTertca Schools To
Open Again Oa Mosdaj
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leisure to exercise
Drink a well-made
cup cf delicious
FOB MOUP.MX WEAR This oddly designed hat of black grosgraia.
There is a baad of white moirce next to the face and a larre nompass itj the
(c) Underwood k Underwood
with a meal,
and it will be
found that less
of other foods
will be re
quired, as cocoa is
very nutritious, the
only, popular bever
age containing fat.
Pure and wholesome.
Booklet of Ooct Roopcs
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd
Arthur Laflar returned to Portland
today after a ten day stay in Salem
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W.
If"hr. Ilia vfifb, who accompanied
him to rVilem, will remain a while long
er. Both Mr. and Mra Laflar were ill
at the tine of their arrival, but are
well on the way to recovery bow.
Now that the long desired Sym
phony orchestra, has beea successfuif1
organized and definitely munched in
KaU-m under the able directioa of Pro
fessor John Hitos,
Hymphony orchestra in other eitiea of
the country will hold a timely signif
icance for Nulem musician', who art
concentrating their energies toasrds
the development and furtherance of
(Capital Journal Ppecial Service)
Mayor Adam, called special meet
ing of the eitT eouneil Thursday and
the influenza ban was lifted, ttehools
will, open Monday. On aad after Sat
urday the people of nilvertoa will be
free to hold public meetings with the
exception of dances and basketball
games. The theatre will open Saturday
and all churches will hold their regu
lar meetings Pajriay.
Mrs. Eva Htbesgb, wife of Ernest
Hobaugh of this eity, was found dead
ia her bed at Portland last Saturday
morning, where the had beta visiting.
The body-wag shipped to fiilverton for
burial. Mrs, Hobaugh ia a daughter
of Mrs. James Loughmilter and had
spent most of her life in Hilverton. 8he
is survived by a hatband, three chil
dren, a mother, a brother and a sister,
all residing in Hilverton.
Mra A. Wolf received a wireless
message from her ton. Dr. Louis Wolf,
who is on board a ship sailing for tnis
country. The measage did not stele
jott wjjen Dr. Wolf will arrire nt in
all probabilities kt will be in Silrerton
soon. Lieotcnint Wolf enlisted in the
nary some time ago.
H. A. Viek of Canada visited at the
G. M. Otrpund home a few days this
Miss Mina Itubbt and Mies Hazel
Fishwood, who have been visiting with
relatives in Silvertoa during their
forced vacation, will return, to Saltm
todar and prepare to take up their
work in the Salem schools.
C. D. Martman of Heotts Mills was in
the eity oa business Monday.
Mr. aad Mra. Floyd Allen and uoyn
Fry motored to Salem oa buaiaera
Boy Koyee of Fortutud spent a Tew
days at the home of hit auat, Mra.
Thurston. P. Riestagen made a busi
ness trip to Portland Wednesday.
Fred Warnock of Camp 1-ewi, aas re
ceived his discharge from semes and
is expected home soon.
Mrs. Minnie Bonn of rortlana It
visiting her sister Mrs. Walter Fry.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hofstotter are to
proud parents of a baby girl, bora
Theodore Irenon rt borne from Cali
fornia hying been released from serv
ice. The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Hharbeek was opersted on a
few days ago at the Hilverton sanitar
M. Landon of Woodburn was In the
city this week to bur the remainder of
Franw Wray's furniture stock.
Mrs. J. Zies i, quit ill at tbe sani
Autos m iksmi
Hundred of bids are reaching the of
fiew of the United States Spruce Pro-U
be sold to the highest bidder. Bids are
receivable ap to aad iaeluding Feb
It is the thought of the sales board
staff that by giving the widest pottiblt
range of publicity to the tale that
thousands of bids will be received from
alt erer the country on individual units'
aad that thig will help to restore the
property to commercial activities oa a
peace-time basia more readily and with
little concern to the trade.
Bidden are permitted to make pro
posals aa whole or individual suits of
the property. Details ia catalog form
are available spou application to the
Mr. Badrett of Seaside was here re
cently to visit her eousin Mrs. J. F.
Kerr, and her mother, Mr. Cyl of
Hubbard. Mrs. Barrett's brother Jay
Coyte i spemdittg a few days at home.
ob hia way from a San Francisco hos
pital to ( amp Lewis where he will be
cbsrharged later. He was wounded aad
gassed ia Jury, in France, and has beea
under treatment ever since. He give
a very interesting account of the en
gagement he was ia and accounted for
bis share of the Hob foe, having dis
posed of several that he knows about
aad aVabtles Starrs that he doe sot.
Whea yoa am Journal elassifi-
d ads get what yoa want them
to they work fast, )
We are now showing a complete assortment of
New Spring Patterns. But to the man who wants
a good serviceable suit, we can sell him from far
superior materials at from $10 to $15 less.
Serges that are selling for $67.50, we can make
up for $55. We can offer Bankers grays for $55.00
that are priced at $70.
We have a number of smooth finished Worsteds
that we are selling at $40,00. Nothing in the line
to sell under $50.00.
Would you rather buy from a Tailor at the New
High Prices or from a Tailor that can save you
from $10 to $15, with STYLE, FIT, WORKMAN
SHIP and QUALITY of materials, beyond a ques
tion. Let us show you our lines.
D. ii. Mosher
Tailor to Men and Women
474 Court Street Salem, Oregon.
I In Hospitals, Sanitariums and Sick
a Rooms the Robinson Electric Blanket
ed by Mr. Evans yet, a h la busy our ow orjraBixal ion. The problem of
holding trynut for the various posl
tions. The club bin been strengthened
a great deal by a number of former
members who are back in school, hav
ing beea released from tbe service.
Among them are: Harold Orey, Curft
Kterson, K pansier, Leslie aad Smith.
Mr. Evans t endeavoring to arrange
a trip for the club later thi winter.
i brief synopsis of . ... i... v. j
history and local support of th. ??Jr.r?:.r ZZ
gon, and thus far th favorite item in
eluded therein relate to automobiles,
of which there arc many, bnt not nearly
enough t go around.
"It teems," commented a member
of the staff at headquarters, "that a
Lrge number of people want one or
financing a symphony orchestra .is al
ways the perplexing obstacle- and be-
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
come the tak of those who valuejmor of the corporation's automobiles.
mime tn the life of the community.
The Philanthropy of Henry L. Hig
gintott began with the Initiation of the
Boston Symphony orchestra In 1SS1,
and continued for years to meet aa an
nual deficit ranging from .tHt0 to $30,
Is New York, the guarantors hart
Than far the bids M Indicate and,
while we have quite a strong supply,
them will not be eosugh to satisfy dl
of the bidders, and it will be a ease of
parceling them out to the highest bid
ders." Tea million dollars worth of machin
ery aad equipment owned by th eor-
aSHnmeii all financial rrwin.ih,!it v fr,w j . . . uu.i
ii - 1 --..-.. .... pm.nv, uu I'D 1 1 VI wflw"
the New York Symphony. For the Peo- i, the cproee belt during the war, i, to
takes the place of a dozen hot-water bottles or electric heating pads, and re
lieves one of considerable work and trouble. So durable is the blanket that
with proper care, it will last a life time.
For taking off sudden chills, combating shock, applying post-anaesthetic
heat, sweating or keeping patient out-of-doors.
The Robinson Electric Blanket
Is now4 being used with success and satisfaction in the Lane Hospital,
San Francisco; City Hospital, Seattle ;he Pulmonary Hospital, Seattle; Ar
lington Hospital, and others. -
PORTLAND RAILWAY LIGHT & POWER CO.