Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1919)
p- '"" 'fi wir
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGONTUESDAY. JUNE 17. 1919
By Cert rude Kvbinson
1 4, ,. -t-- m ai '-Virw WyWTi-,-tVy'fi
ft rta "ir' t a
jITH the auditorium of the public
Y '!,XI' packed to tun dourt
the, fifty sixth annual coin
meneeacat of Sacred Heart academy
was held la-t eveniug. A cantata 'Juki
of Are." with Miss Ana Fainter in the
title rule, aiitd by t auuibet of eo
loUti aad the academic chorus, was the
urineipal feature of 1h exercises. If
titer were any favorites at ail, is the
ln-autifully arranged and weii euiiduct
! cantata, the two quartet (leer,
'You Misll Crowa Yiiur King Victor
ious,." Blanche (iitmoa, Wiihclniiiia
Jtoerfler, Marv Heenan and Mary L-,
bold; and "Rise, O France!" Lily
Wake, Kiiumania Haillaux, Viola Fin
aev and .Sarah Lansir g. Were undoubt
edly the snout acceptable. Speeiai men
a knew of a sufferer tVoai Eram
tkirawl the siae4e wash 0. 0 Bt
aad did sot teal Imowdilttlr that won
eVrfatlr calm, eeol ataastMe that cases
ha the itcb U tk . Tha taota.
M wask seastntas the para ("to
tutaat nlft tnm the mo dutrrana
tia diNMt ask a etxmt It XaUf.
Nc, ear. aad tl V
! lotlan Ar 5h!n Disease
. C. ferry a.
0. a Chambers, Mrs. J. W. Chambers,
Visa Dorothy Chambers, Jtisa Mae
Steusloff and Douglas Chambers motor
ed to Portland Katurdav, where Mrs.
.10. B. Chambers, Miss tliamoeis ana
tkM u U rb t fr f,. tier Hisi Steusloff attended the Alpha Chi
beautiful work at the harp during the Iomega luncheons at the Benson hotel,
dramatic situations of the prodiii lion. . ..
I wo lime Yiuuiiii-is, r.ii!r nuu nuw
ard BUenLTub. who participated in
Miss Elizabeth Levy's beautiful recit
al last evening, left for Portland this
morning for a week's visit.
Kevereoil J. n. Iluca coiiteiml '.lie
honors and delivered a brief aud in
structive address, commenting oa the
vslu of religious education.
The grail antra were alius Catherine
Prranleau, modern lunguago eourse,
Mi Wane-he Oibsori, Miss Marie Kus
cll and Miss Clare Winkler, English
enurxe. Mis Deranlcau, Miss G ilinon
Bnd Miss Russell also received their
certificates for the teachers training
Tlie program for the entire evening
was as follows:
- Harp solo, Mary Lebold
Jnnn of Are
Conferring of graduating honors
Keen (juain Ponuia, chorus
Address to tho graduates. Rev. Buck
"Hisr f?iant'led Uanner", chorus
Bulo, Clara Dotrfler; Lena Hucltistein
at the pin no.
Another June bride added her name,
fo the long list when Miss Zela ITen
dersoa was married to Howard Free
ImicJ, Hunilay morning at the homo of
her' mother, Mrs, Myrtle Henderson.
The bride was lovely In a gown of
white sstin and georgetto and carried
bouquet of brides roses. Miss ITelen
I'ratt of Hubbard, who acted as brides
maid, was dressed la pink crepe de
chine and her bouquet was one of pink
carnation. Loyal Henderson, brother of
the bride, was best man. Miss Jennie
Wjllinma. aecompanied by Miss Kuth
Bosebraugh, sang "I Love You Tru
Jj" After a brief honeymoon at Newport
the voting couple will mnke their home
in Ht. llele-'S.
Vriends of Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Rlcgs
111 k l..l.,rn.t..,l 1.. 1arn.,.
Eaturdny they were in the famous Yose-10','"!!'' lr.
mite Psrh. Mr. Kiiits writes that the V .Z, .
trip over the mottntnins was very en
joysble bul tho road leading Into the
valley very aarrow and steep. Tho gor-m-nment
dues nut allow autos to be go
ing and enmiiig at tho same hour, the
odd hours being set apart for those
going down and tho even for those go
Mr. and Mrs. Riggs left soma time
go 011 aa extensive suitor tour of the
Parrell Bexford, a former W'illam
ette university student, who has beea
vinitiiig with friends in hulcin, has re
turned to the Bremerton navy yards.
Mrs, E. E. Waters is visiting
Portland as the guest of her daughter
Mrs. William C. Knighton, at tho Trin
ity Place apartments.
Miss Naomi Beckwith sient tho week
end in Portland visiting her numerous
friends in that city. Before coining to
Snlem Miss Beckwith was a Portland
a a a
Because of a death in the family
of o-ie of the members tho meeting of
the Thursday Afternoon elub, which
was to have taken plnee thia week hns
been postponed. On Thursday, Juuo 26,
it will meet with Mrs. oJhn Albert,
a a a
Mrs- VV. 8. Campbell of 1800 North
Summer street, will entertain the la
dies of Jason Lee Memorial church at
a "coffee" tomorrow afternoon,
a a a
Mrs. R. Monroe Gilbert left, for
Portland this morning for a brief visit.
a a a '
The closing recital of the little pu
pils of Miss Dorothy Penree was held
yesterday at the home of lira. George
l'etirce. Pink climUiug roses were used
lu decorating the rooms and light re
freshments were served after the re
eitul. Miss Rose HoilnWa assisted Miss
Pearce on the program which was as
Mrs. W, P. Kowlo was charming hos
tess at a dinner Battmlsy night, hon
r'uig' her son, IVan, who has tecently
returned from overseas service, Sweet
William centered the prettily appoint
ed table where artist le place cards
anarked the place of the following
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence bi
anon, Mr, and Mrs, Fred Uahbdorf,
Hiss Ktthor Spitibsrt, Freda Hpltx
bsrt, Lr Bpitsbart and Miss lYressn
flipidar evening Mrs. Ftwle enter
tained with a second dinner party for
tier son, t which eleven guo&u weie
a a s
A parly composed of Mr. and Mrs.
Used for 70 Yars
lluu Ms uss CtsndmouWs
youdiful aptMsianc has
icmaincd until youth hat
hecoms but memory.
I h soft, relined, pearly .
whits appcarsnc It
renders lesvas the joy
of Beauty with ymf
tl i . t . t . t v . . . - - f
stcr Policeman (Cadimin)
Robert Bishop, Dorothy Pearce.
Study Lied (Bach), Josephine Al
Study Bear Dance (Knglemnn), Ro
Study March (Bnch), Rose Bodayla
Htudy (Ktthler), Robert Bishop.
Duet Morry-Oo-Round (Uuynor)
Josephine Albert, Ioruthy Feaieo.
Shepherd 'I Bong (Crosby-Adams)
Duet "The Little Bird," (Wood)
Knsoiie Huron, Josephine Albert.
Value (Dennol), Rose Bodayla.
Vscutiou March (Smith), Rosalie Cu
At Night (Porter), Josephine Albert
Duet Country Dance (Nevin), Rose
Bodayla, Porothj Peaiee.
The Oountonme elub of tho First
rtiiptist Kundny school, of which Mrs.
0. 8. Holt la teacher, will hold its reg
ular monthly meeting Wednesday af
ternoon, at the home of Mrs. 0. R.
fireag, 2470 Mill street.
a a . a
Mrs. W. KUlngsworth and daughter
Lilian, of Albany and Mrs. Tom hev
arson and Mrs. A. J. Bother of RMverton
attended Miss Levy's recital last eve
ning. a a
Reverend Thomas Acheson. pastor of
Jnsnn Le Memorial hns gone to- Co
lumbus, Ohio, to attend the missionary
r.cnteiiei v. His absence will cover
period of about thirty day.
Poster arc out announcing the Sal
vation army campaign for funda begin
ning next Sunday and closing June
30. Tho quota for Marion, county is tC,
W and for tho Aurora Buttcvllie dls
trict i.rM). Throughout the United
States the Elk lodge has assumed tho
work of raising the money.
Salem's a Good Place to Trade
The Red Crowa (if n marVa
Th Casolin ol Quality." It
assure dependable result.
Look for the Red Crown sljn
before you fill.
STANDARD OIL COatPAHT
s aMSBaaaiaaMaaaaaasaaai '. aa-
. 1. v
The Demonstration that the PeopI
e Been Waiting
Thursday, June 19,
To our friends who have been patiently wait
ing for the "Ideal" demonstration, we wish to ex
tend a most hearty invitation to come and enjoy
these interesting and instructive lectures and
demonstrations. Come and learn all about fireless
cookery; learn how to cook more delicious and
wholesome food at greatly reduced cost and with,
the saving of many hours of drudgery every week.
The "Ideal" is the best cooker on the market
and that is the reason those who sell other kinds
try to induce the public to believe that their's is
as good as the "Ideal." AH of which only goes to
. convince the people more readily that there is no
"just as good as" the Ideal. ,, '
Our best "advertisers for the "Ideal" are the
' hundreds of satisfied and enthusiastic users of the
H"nTl TT Tl 11 TK n 11
And lasting two
"Ideal." More Ideal Cookers are being used and
more other kinds of cookers discarded and
"Ideals" installed in their place than ever before.
Do not make a, mistake, but. buy the "Ideal" and
you will have for once and all the cooker that you
will eventually want.
The Ideal Cooker is made in single, double and
triple comport sizes a size and price to suit all
and separate cover with patent water-seal top and
steam condenser for each compartment.
The linings and utensils in this cooker are
pure seamless Aluminum, ha3 perfect insulation
and heat control and another feature wherein the
Ideal is pre-eminent is that this cooker has a solid
oak, raised panel vulcanized case this is the con
struction that makes .
Buy Your Cooker on the Club Plan $1 Cash and $1 per week, or $4
per month at the net cash price.
Come to the demonstration, bring your friends. We have chairs provided for your comfort. We do not insist on your buying a
Cooker or anything else, but when you learn about the merits of these Cookers you will not be without one. The saving in drudgery
and fuel will in a short time pay for the Cooker, besides your having more delicious food.
Demonstrations Twice Daily 9 to 12 and 3 to 6 p. m.
The Ideal Roasts, Bakes, Steams, Stews, Fries and Boils to the "Queen's Taste," to all of which you heartily agree when you
have sampled the tempting food which Mrs. Perry serves.
ASKED OF CONGRESS
A. F. Of F. Passes Rcsck&a
FcHowinf Hot Battle
Of Factions .
committee had it teeth drawn, provid
ing merely that "sympathy for Ire
laud and approval of the principle ef
Iatar - " "mm1, 11 ,. ' ' maimi
... -3U2iX.LA 1
Standard Oil Co.,
Atlantic City, N. J, June IT.
(Vnitcd l'rrss) The American Fedra
tint of ljibor passed a resolution to
dsy urging rongres to recognise the
Iiish republic. The resolution also ask
ed congress and rrerident Wilson te
obtain from the peace conference a
hearing for Irish delegate.
The adoption of the resolution was
preceded by a hot fight. Once fr 20
niinutea the eo-nreetiun was in an np-
ror, ifsny ai'ii'-rs on the floor at n
Sllcm. Mm l'!fR rrfsident Comperi aa
jo.rcis to restore or-t-r.
The resolution as i.iln-.:uj tj mt
self drteraainatioa he sirrcvted."
Antendnienta were added to the resolu-
tioa antil it read strong enough tn suit
the majority. A determined stand was
made by the "opposition " agaitet the
amendment ashing a pence conference
hearing fo? IVValera and ethers. The
attempt te throttle this was defeated
by a vote ef 1M 154.
Among resolutions adopted by the
convcion was one calling for imm
diate steps t be taken to orgnnlie
steel workers at Tittshurg, ClevelnnH
and Tiary, Ind. Another nrged conpre
to grant a 25 percent increase to pos
tal workers, n-vling fixation of a per
manent wage scale.
Best of corn flake
HOTELS ARB RESPONSIBLE
roa &UEST8' fkoperty
San franc iseo, .lane 17. Hotel pro
prietor or corporations are rcsponsiMe
to gee for persnnal property stnlcn
ilur-nr the a, hue see nt n"l aeenHiis
te a decisioe here y Superior Ja'gi
Joha lluut, The rahaa, pioneer one,
was made ia the esse of Verne Sample.
asanafactucr ' Sjfcst, k sued t re
cover the value of wearing rrael
tolea from his room there. Samples
a awarded jihitrmeat for !"fl.
Make a Rich Creamy Mayonnaise Dressing ,.
Fruity Flavored and Appetizing