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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON, SATURDAY. JULY 2G. 1919
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Of FORD automobiles. For business or
pleasure they have proven their true
worth. The Ford plant has increased its
production and our allotment has been in
creased. We are now able to make early
deliveries on Sedan, Coupe, Roadster and
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IflX All Capacities. to 5 ton
fwfcKSx rneumauc or sona tire equipment
Quality is taken for Granted. Years of Service have.won reputation for durability
and Economy beyond question Ask the man who owns one.
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We are placing orders every day for Fordsons
for Fall Delivery. We must have your order
as our allotment is made on orders sent in.
Get busy, place your order and assure your
self of a tractor when you are ready for it.
FORDSON FARM IMPLEMENTS
MONEY MAKER SILAGE CUTTERS
Sales and Service High Street
Opposite Gity Hall
'ey Motor Co.
Successors To Vick Bros.
TRACTORS AND TRUCKS
Corner State and Front Streets
By GERTRUDE ROBISON
The woman 's division of tho federal
' employment service Is registering 600
women and girls to harvest the ibiggcst
bean erop Orejjon has ever had. A tent
tity is Mag erected at C'latskuaio
where 300 helpers aro needed. Scow,
will bf placed on the river and thuu
the girl will havo bathing facilities
at the end of their day's wurk. Pick
ers are also in demand in Suleiu, Cran
berry piiltera at Astoria aro another
need of the hour.
Evidently women's usefulness slong
thee lines did not close wiitli the war,
as a great 'many persons supposed they
Oirla and young women who have
been wondering and worrying a lit
tle ovor war brides, (particularly
those of the French variety) will be
interested in the following news re
port tent out by the committee on pub
licity and education of the war work
council of the Y. W. C. A.:
Uaudc Corbett" cenie into Xorth Ad
ams, Michigan, the other day wearing
the overseas blue uniform of the Y.
W. C. A. She is in' Michigan for a sum
mer's rest after more than a year's
service in France.
The last four months of her stnr she
wa at Brest in charge of the Y. V.
C. A. hostess house. This house was
used almost entirely as the home and
official headquarters for French brrdes
of American soldiers, while they wait
r d isiling.
"We had all kinds of peeks into life
during my stay there," said Mi's Cor
bet! the other day.
"One night a young' French girl who
could speak almost no English came
to ns r nd explained that s.lie had just
arrived in the city from MarsaiUes and
although she had been hunting for
hours had found no place to stay. Brest
is always terribly crowded. It was then
nearly midnight. We were pretty well
crowded ouiselves, but wo could always
make more room someway, so of course
we took her in,
"Sho had known her husband only a
few weeks when they were married.
'Of course it nas a short time, and I
never would have married a Freiichmau
with so short a courtship' he told us,
'but American are different. They aro
all so trustworthy and good.'
"Then there was another bride
iv'iose marriage was the culmination of
a seven years' engagement during all
of which time she had never seen her
fiance. The man was of French extrac
tion and the engagement had been ar
ranged in European fashion between
his parents in America and hers in
France. Then l"ncla Sam gave him the
unexpected invitation to visit France
and they were married. She has a sis
ter living in Canada and she expected
to be a next door neighbor to her and
vUit her week ends. Wc learned the
bride's home was going to be in Tenn
essee. We had to get out a map of Am
erica ami break it to her gradually
that sho would probably seldom see her
"Experiences like this taught us the
need for simple lessons in American
geography. It is difficult for French
people to visualize tho great distances
in our country because they have ex
perienced nothing like it.
"While the girls were waiting we
had English clnsse and tried to tell
them, also, about the -ufltoins of Am
erica anything in fact that would
help tht-itt familiarize themselves with
the new country to which they were,
jointf. For many of them I'nited Stales
was utterly strange. Most of them' An interesting visitor 'in thevity'is
didn't even know the language. It Mra. F. E. Merrill of Minneapolis, who
takes a great faith and real courage is a guest at the T. 11. Kay home.
ror tnese gins to leave nome ana come
all this distance."
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bynon (Florence
Hofer) have returned from a brief vis
it with friends in Astoria.
The Tuesday afternoon club of the
Order of .the Eastern Star will be en
tertained next Tnesdav at the home of I Guests at the R. C. Bar field Ji
Mrs. ieorge H. Burnett, J83 North home are Mr. Barfield's parents, Mr.
High street. These afternoon meetings nd Mrs. R. O. Barf ield Sr., of Bevllle,
are aSwavs looked forwHid to with aitexas.
For Tires and Accessories
219 N. Commercial St.
great dial of pleasure, and an enjoy
able time in always assured. Mrs. E.
M. La Fore is in charge of the pro
Mr. and Mrs. Paul . llauser andj
two children, I 'a ill .lr. and Margaret,
leave tomorrow for few davs outing
at Cascadia. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hnuser
are enthusiastic over the art of fishing
and aJthough, as Henry Van Dyke says,
"hore'd anaffair of luck," they arei
usually sure of a good catch at this
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Connell of Santa
Monica, and Miss Jessio Harbison of
1'ittsburg, have left for California af
ter visiting at the John W. Harbison
residence. The numerous friends they
Vnade during their short stay in Sa
lem are regretting their sly part ure.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Beach of Alex
andra Court in I'ortlaud, arc spending
the summer at their beautiful country
plncu in the Waldo hills near Salem.
They had as their guests over the week
end, Mr. and Mrs. Varnel D. (', Beach.
Among the numerous out of town
persons visiting in the capital city dur
ing the summer season are Mr. and
Mrs. C R. Matltis of 4'orvallis, guests
at the home of the former's brother,
lr. J. U. Malbis.
Mr. and Mrs. 0 ,W. Walton are ex
pecting their son. Lieutenant Fremont
W. Walton, who has just returned from
overseas service, as their guest in the
Maudie Rucker has for her gueets
over the week end, Miss Eunice Collins
'f Tacoma, Washington, and Miss Jreno
French of Portland.
Mrs. E. 8. Lamport has returned
from a five months' stay in San Fran
cisco where she went to meet her aon,
Lieutenant Merrill H. Lamport.
After an enjoyable visit in Vancouv
er, B. C, and a short stay in Portland,
Mr. A. Kline and 'Miss Elsie McCoy
have returned home.
Mjrs. John Bast of Everett, Washing
ton, ha returned to her home after
visiting in Kalem at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. J. C. Degge.
, Mini Caroline Shearer of Portland i I
spending several days in Salem on a
combined business and pleasure trip.
iV.m Margaret MfMahon and Miss
Caroline East have returned from a
vi!t Kith relatives in Portland.
HorlicK S the .Original
Vial ted Milk Avoid
Mrs. C. P. Bishop is entertaining as
her guest, her nephew, Kingsley Rob
erts of Hood River.
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in his remark, pulled off his cap and
asked (he audience to stand at attention
until tbs number was finish,.!.
Along with Privato Peat, the even
inn program was filled up with one of
the most delightful ingenious bits of
impersonation and musical comedy ever
brought to Salom, presented by the two
Tonight the ehautnuijua session winds
up with one of its most notable feu tores
the finely illustrated lecture by
Henry Wcrren Poor on the closing days
of tho war. Tho lecturer has traveled
extensively throngh the war zona and
has brought back a superb collection ol
Mcreopticou slides. The entertainment
features of the evening is the Apollo
Concert company with their famous
saxaphonc quartet and a series of i "th
ings and vocal solos.
(Capital Journal Special It . ie.)
West Hnlem, Or., July t . -'dr. and
Mrs. Guy Nirols and lit,,-' ilaughtei,
Marjorie, were week-end f. :,ts at the
home of his aunt, Mrs. Iwin Brock.
The Xicols were in tin i, way to their
home in Portland after isitiug in sev
eral California eities.
Mrs. Barry Fcnnell of Marion wi.s a
Sunday visitor at the home of Mrs. Jos.
Fcnnell, who is still ill in bed,
Arthur Moore and wife are living on
the Tobiu place now owned by Albert
Mrs. Eugene Cade, son and daughter
of Aberdeen, Wash) igton, are hoiice
guests at the D. Cade home.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert I.inear, diuigh
ter and son in law of the Cades, havo
bought a farm near Monmoutii and pro
pose moving there in a few days.
Miss Mildred I'uuglas lias -e i:.,,:.J
from a ten days' vaiv'd ojiiil 1.
Misses Ruth Bedford, Alice Wood and
Blanch Gibson are attending cbsuti.u j
cjoa in Salem. j
Miss Alice Page, who holds a posi- j
tion in tn esstern university, has been j
calling On. friends in Kinirwood Park.;
J. R. Bedford has finished catling a
fine field of wheat and tnotiirr of oats.
Mr. and Mrs. Kimball are among
tho attending rhsntauqua.
Miss Marian Kenncll of alarion has
been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Joseph
, I have a few interesting things to tell
I buy all my clothes at Bishop's and
you can see how neat I -look, and say
how good it does seem to get into a Vir
gin Wool Suit one that you know will
look well and keep it's shape even after
a hard day's wear.
And say, Bishop handles only the
-very best of everything he has a rep
utation for that, there is no chance op,
getting poor material here.'
Are here in the waist seam in single Jyi
and double breasted models.
A joy to examine;
A pleasure to select;
A satisfaction to wear.
Always correct in fashion, fabric, fit,
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