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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, 8ALEM, OREGON, THTJKSDAT, JULY 2, 1914.
PAGE THHHV mm I M. V PI my x r-'ir rmm 7 BY MOLLIS EUNCOEN. . Mrs. Oswald West and daughter Hel- Miss Calista Moore returned last en leave tomorrow lor Cannon Beach, niuht from. Seaside. She has spent a Wash., where they will spend the sum-: delightful two weeks at this popular mer at their cottage. Thev will ba ae- rummer resort as the guest of Mrs, companied by Miss Maxine Buren, who Sherman Miles, at the Miles cottage, will enjoy an outing at this delightful "The Glen, watering place as their guest. I Mrs. II. S. Bowlby was hostess for : ft r..:.. r-. n v .1 i. the Guild members of the First Fresby- is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wil- ,,n"n, f Monday atternoor, T his ia.n. on Snffinw .treet the last session of the summer, 10 ; . , 'of the members being present, i i. : Sunday evening Mrs. James H. Hoosc j Miss Lyle Steiwer, of Jefferson, is jr., was a dinner hostess, entertaining ! being entertained by Miss Esther and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. C"usle and their Miss Catherine Carson as t'aeir house daughter, Mary Elizabeth, nnd Mrs. , guests. Mills and daughter, Jane, of Portland, j Mrs. Hoose ngnin entertained on 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Putnam were Tuesday, presiding at an inforraul even-; week-end guests of friends in Albany, ing for the pleasure of the popular j returning to Salem Monday, young women singers, Miss Elsie Ed-! . wards, Miss Stefney Sehueker and Miss Salem delegates to the Woman'a Eetha Fowler of Portlnnd, who have Home Missions convention, held at Al been filling engagements for several I ban v, were shown every attention, the weeKS at tnc uioue ineatcr. i nocial side or the session being par All are talented vocalists well known ! ticularlv eniovable. Mrs. M. U. 1'arou. in Portland musical circles, their ap- nagian, secretary of the society, sent pearance Here giving especial pleasure the following letter to the Albany com to visitors at the well-known play 1 mercial club expressing the Salein wo h ou ?e. . men 's appreciation I " The members of the Women ' Home Mr. and Mrs. Philip Shaw of Port-j Missionary society, who were delegatus land, who have been house guests of Mr. I and visitors at the convention held in and Mrs. Jav Huntington at thrir beau-'your city, wish in this way to express tiful country place in Polk county, will tour thankB to you for the appropriate leave shortly for New York, where thejpins given us and the delightful auto last of Julv they will take-passage on ride about the city, which we enjoyed the " Vate"rland'. for a southern Eu-!o much. No wonder Albany is the ropean summer's touring trip. On their) best town iu the state with such enter- lourney east they win be accompanied j pnsiug aim (v.i bv the Walter Burrells of Portland. T Daddy's Bedtime St ory The True Story Of a Patriotic MONTAMARA FESTO ..' BEGINS AT TACOMAi Sound City Will Have Three Days' Celebration With King Joy Bossing . Job From Dawn to Firewarks. THAT SUIT Army Dog. The Firecracker Did Not Co Off. I Tacomn, Wash., July 2. Tacoma 's i third Moutamara Fcsto, its animal com-, memoration ami. jollification of the' TIIE Fourth of July hfld drawn to a clos and Jack uud Evelyn were meeting of "Mountiiiu nnd Sea" is on very tired, but daddy bad a story to tell tliein, it really true story, aud. today. For three days King Joy will . of course, tlley were Tory eager to lienr It. sit enthroned and woe be to the gluom "There was a dog once niiuicd Pasti. lie wim nn Irish setter, and bacteria thst try to pollute the great be belonged to an nrtuy family. Ills master was a young lieutenant In the 8b ot happiness ot which everybody. army, and bis master", father wa. a general. 18 HT? ia '"k.e; ,v: ,,,.,' ' ... , . . . t j . n . . . 1 his year Tacoma has provided fun to 'Now. this dog was quite old, but be hnd led nn active life which bad ti(.ku, ,m0!(t evnrv hi;iliau t.lotiol,. greed with blm gplendldly. and be didn't behave na though be were old at ; There will be automobile races for the GET For the Fourth of July OUR CLOTHING is the best made and our prices are the lowest. i Mrs. Shaw-"will be remembered as Miss Eleanor Mackyce, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.' A. L. Mackyce of Linn conn Coming as a pleasant post-nuptial af fair was the miscellaneous shower given Tuesday night for Mrs. Arthur Thomp- ty, her marriage taking, place several ! son (Pearle Needham), whose marriage yoars ago. : " ' ' occurred Sunday evening. " Mrs. G. E. Unruh and Miss Jessie Miss Ruth Van Fatten is entertaining Miller were hostesses. her cousin, Miss Naomi Van Patten, of Portland, as her house guest. Miss Van Patten; with hor parents, formerly re sided here where she attended school. The latest messages from Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Fry, who recently left for Philadelphia to attend the graduation of their son,-Dan Jr., from the Phila relphia College of "Pahrmacy, are sent from Atlantic City. The Frys, accom panied by their son, are spending some time at "this splendid watering plaee, the guests of friendg during their stay. They write they are enjoying the met ropolitan crowds, the various Bummer entertainments, and motoring trips through the adiacent country. The roomy veranda of the pretty Unruh bungalow, where the guests were entertained, was artistically decorated with pink sweet peas and greenery. Tables and seats' were also arranged, converting the porch into a delightfully cool and attractive entertaining room. Guests who were present were: Mrt. W. Needham, Mrs. E. Smith, Mrs. Mor ris, Mrs. Harry Martin, Miss Sylvia Miller, Miss Daisy Needham, Miss Haz el Prince, Miss Buth Needham, Miss May Ward, Miss Gail Smith, Miss Ethel Smith, Miss Myrtle Davis, Miss liita Fletcher, Miss Leora Morris, Miss Alberta Hale, Miss Edna Hoffman and Miss Ovid Frogley. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson left last all. There were several youug children In the family, and be was made a great pet. What be liked above everything was the sound of guns. "He bad been to numerous army posts, aud each one seemed to hlui to be quite perfect especially on the days of target practice or when the salutes were Bred. "But, alas, one summer the family went to live In a stupid, quiet little Tillage, where there was absolutely no life at all. , "Dash seemed to be pining away in the village. Quiet country life didn't agree with tills dog of the army. The family thought that maybe Dash whs going to die of old nge uutll one dny come the day of Joy to so many thou sands of people! And It was the day for Dnsb. 'Could It be true,' he thought to himself when he first beard the sound of a huge dynnmlte cracker. Then came another. With a bound Dash was out of bis corner, wldo awake nnd barking furiously. There was no more sleep for that household that night, but little did they care, for all wished to euter Into the celebration. "Late In the dny the young lieutenant said to n friend of bis: 'Let's go off to the river. I have several cannon firecrackers to send off. 1 didn't dare to Are them today, ns I was afraid they might break the windows. But we csn throw them over the bridge. Dash bas gone to bnve bis supper and Is somewhat calmed down.' "So off they started for the river, and over the bridge they threw a lighted caunon cracker. Just before It landed In the water off It went with a ter rific report "They bad lighted the other and thrown It Into the wnter when Dash went bounding Into the river, swimming toward the nwful firecracker. These crackers bad been recommended as 'sure to go off," and there was the beloved Dash going for It. "But the firecracker did not go off! Dash enMVd st It disgustedly, while his master breathed the biggest sigh of relief and thanks of his life." night for their home in Stockton, Col. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bnrnes and child ren, Ruth and Ralph, left Tuesday for Tacoma, where they will be entertained by relatives and friends uuring the Montumara festival. . Miss Eurill BuroVcr, who has been the guest of friends for a week in Dallas, has returned home. . Mr. and Mrs. Elmer T. Ludden arc receiving felicitations upon the arrival of a son yesterday evening. He will be called Bennett Ragnn, Bennett in nnnor of his paternal grandmother, and Rngnn for his maternal grandparents, Mrs. Ludden being formerly Miss Editn Ragan. Mrs. Joseph R. Walsh, small dnugh- be week-end guests of iurs. A. E. West, going down tc uttend the Satur day celebration. Groups of happy children are in at tendance each day t the public play grounds recently established at the Grant school. Swings, tcter Loards nnd various playground fixtures fur nish amusement for the small .... of North Sulem. Members of the Thought and Work club and the Parent-Tenclicr association alternate in supervising the games and entertainment. Already pnrents are realizing the .eneficial results of the playground and are es pecially grateful to the women of the two organizations who worked indela tigunbly for its realization, Mrs. i, L. Purvine, of tuo Thought and Work ter, Josephine, and Mrs. Walsh's fa-1 club, giving especial assistance, spend thcr, J. F. Good, will leave tomorrow i ing much time and effort towards its mnrnine for Portland, where ...ey will I successful establishment. speed bug; free street vaudeville for j the show fans; massed band concerts for the music lovers; expensive f iro-: works for the children, old or young; ' i pennies thrown iu the streets for the i mercenary nnd stadium spectacles for thd patriotic. Crowds are pouring into the city to day from all parts of the northwest. Thousands of tickets to the automobile races have been booked in advance in Portland, Seattle and smaller cities. The ruces at the speedway will be ; held Friday and Saturday, there being no cars allowed on the tracks today so that finishing touches may be given it. ' DIED. SEAMER At 1:30 p. m., July 1,' drowned in North Mill creek, son of . Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Reamer, of 1003 j Court street, Taul Reamer, aged 12 ycars. , Funeral services will be held under auspices of.Rigdon & Richardson, un dertakers, at the family resilience, Fri day morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. R. V. Avison will officiate. Interment in City View cemetery. The Christian Board of Missions will meet Friday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. E. W. Powers at 15th nnd D streets. Mrs. W. Thomas will bo tho leader of the afternoon nnd a pleasant time is expected. Straw Hats $1 .00 Straw Hats t ANY STRAW HAT IN THE HOUSE FOR $1.00. SPECIAL Personal Mention FOURTH OF JULY SPECIAL $15.00 Suit for $4.50' $ t Only twenty left of the price, which must go before the Fourth. The Plymouth Clothing Corner State and Liberty. 4ttMMt ('. J. Smith, of Portland, is at the Marion. Mr. and Mrs. N. ('. Thorne and daughter and C. Therkelsen, of Port land, are on a motoring trip south to tho fishing club on thtfMcKenzie river. While passing through Salem they were guests at the Marion. K. M. llccht and Louis Ncwbauer motored up. from Snn Francisco yester day and are at the Marion. ('. h. Riidin, of St. Paul, is at the Marion. . Nat Greene, of New York, is at the Marion. Miss A. W." Adams, of the Berkley University, is a guest at the Marion. She will (;o to St. Paul, to attend an j educational convention at that city. Thos. E. Green, eloquent chautaiupia lecturer, left this morning for Pendle ton, tho next destination of chautnu-, qtians. j Miss Lulu Collier and Mrs. Francised, of Los Angeles, are visiting at the home of C. L. Cornell, Trade nnd College streets. Mrs. W. I Tooze left for Newport1 ! yesterday, where she will spend several weeks. Mrs. George L. Burhank, of Albany,! is visiting relatives 'and friends in Salem. r Mrs. T. M. Barr was a passenger this morning for Corvallis where she will spend the day. John II. Albert of the Capital Na tional bank went 'to Portland this morning. Mr.'and Mrs. D. P. Covey and daugh ter, Duruh, are leaving this afternoon for Portland, where they will reside, Mr. Covey haviug accepted a position with the Stundnrd Oil company. Judge J. K. Sibley, prominent attor ney of Dallas, was iu Sulem today at tending to legal business and greeting old friends. .1. W. Mclnturff, formerly circula tion munuger of The Capital Journal, and now an attorney, left for Marsh field this afternoon, where he has ar ranged to estublish an office for tnj practice of his profession. I. F. Good was a busiuess visitor in McMiunville this morning. K. A. Swe.ea, of Eugene, is a Salem visitor. a r t full 1 Extraordinary Embroidery Pattern Offer To the Readers of THE CAPITAL JOURNAL PATTERNS Clip Four Coupons and Get the National Pattern Outfit 200 Guaranteed Patterns 200 Including Instructions, All- Wood Beaded Embroidery Hoop and 10 Skeins Floss. 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