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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
TUESDAY WAXING. OCTOBER 25. 1021
P.y MARGUERITE OLEESON
MR. AND MRS. fiEOROK church was g;ven a Hallowe'en
ItROWN returned early last; party .Saturday evening by the au
week from southern Call-1 perinf ndt-nt, Mrs. K. T. Barnard,
fornia where they attended the j The time was spent in delightful
wedding or their niece. Miss .Nar- pmivs, alter which Hgni reiresii-
day in the chih rooms of the Ma-i
sonic temple. Hostesses for the ,
afternoon will be Mrs. W. M.
Smith. Mrs. C. O. Hover, Mrs.
Fr.d Lei'ce. li!rc. W. V. .Moore.
Mrs. fleore T.h1. Mhs Lelia Ri'
don and .viiss (Hive Shipton.
Mrs. F. Rosenquept has cone to
Oklahoma wlicie she will attend
to husin.'ss manors, returning .n
i a few w t ek.-;.
I Mr. and Mrs. Milton Myers
i were anions; thf Salem people who
COACHED FOR THAIS ROLE.
clsao Cerni. who became the bride
of Hurford Sharon October C.
The bride has visited in Salem
and has many friends here, f'he
l:i a graduate of the University of
California and a member of Kap
pa Kappa Gamma sorority. Th
menu were served. The enter-1 drove to Portland for the week
tainment was held at the church.
The guards, ranging in age from
10 to 12 years, numbered IS .
Salem alumni or Oregon Apri-
was an elaborate home j tended the i-ame between the rol
and the young couple atl( the University of Wash-
left for a wedding trip to northern
points and will lie in Oakland.
Mr. Sharon is a busim-Hs man in
fJovernor and Mrs. r.en Olcott
were in Portland Sunday where
("inventor Olcott took part in the
dedication of the Roseway. Oth
ers in the party which drove down
and returned Sunday were Mr.
nnd Mrs. W. H. Lytle and Mrs.
George Rogers. Mrs. Olcott spon
sored the Oregon rose planted by
The Home Guard of Jason Txe
I ington Saturday. Among those
; j-.oing over were Mr. and Mrs.
I Percy Cupper. Mr. and Mrs, David
Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kel
logg. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mc
! ('lain, Mr. and Mrs. Carle Ab
rains and Harry IVarcy.
Mrs. C. I). Thomas returned
Saturday from Portland where
she has been for several days as
the guest of 1km- son, C. F. Thom
as. The Chadwick social circle oT
the Order of the Eastern Star
will en.ioy a pleasant afternoon to-
"Go Get It"
Pat O'Malley Marjorie Daw
Thursday Big Bargain Day
HE Ariieriiunization of the
foreign born woman is the
great problem before Ameri
can women today, according to
Mrs. Lee Davenport, who address
ed the Republican Women's ptudy
j "Within ihe United States there
jarc more than :i million peop!.
j who are either foreign born thp.m
iseives or the children of foreign
j born parents," said .Mrs. Daven
I port. "Th -se people represent 3
countries and speak 3 i languages.
Within a generation or two des
cendants of these people will
j marry our children and unless we
t . . . .
train, them they will not. be capa
ble of carrying on our govern
ment." The Americanization program
of the National Federation of Wo
men's clubs which asks each wo
man who is connected with it to
take for her friend, a foreign
born woman and help her to know
and to love the government, was
brought out by Mrs. Davenport.'
"1 took for my friend a foreign
born woman in South Poriland,"
said Mrs. Davenport, "and I am
constantly surprised at the way
she is helping me. I have been
able to do very little for her,
though. A few days aso she
called me up and wanted to know
if I knew of the brides who had
been arriving in Portland lately.
I did not, and she explained that
I hey were coming over to marry
men who had been here long
enough to get a start.
"This woman asked me if it
would not be possible to form a
'bride's class' for these women
and teach them the English lan
guage. She told me of seven of
these brides and plans are now
being made to organize just such
a class. What we can accomplish
for these women by going to them
before they have time to get lone
some, giving them the things they
vant and making them feel that
iff - r r -'4
rrt it i sis. 7j -,3
t? , A o-- - "f K '
ir. Mieelli; capiialiKation. "friOrtrt.
Milwaukie Community club.
Mi'.vvaukie; ir.corporat irs. M A.
hm:tn and oth-rs. c-ipitaliza-
s: increase in
Sd by th
J..'ju.eeu to $o,oiiij, and bv the
i'lh.u! I.iHtt.k ,. Land te;n
ny ot Poise, iroiii Jt'Mi.eij to
Resi'dutions showing a decrease
from to j.e.ei were filed
1 v the McPherson-l'rHan com
pany of Poi;land.
. hnl thrnueh a cjpress log
a"uk"K a four-months'-old that is large enough tcmake 117
' a rubber bill ! Single,, and it take, , shgles
m.'.ti!l,iai.J thirteen davs to
how long will It Uk 4cr
b.......vKvM " " " a cork i lei
kick all the seia
.. . en;.ni. ?'iiu.
v . i Resolutions showing ii
" 1;- Lapitaiiiuiion wi re fie!
i d caster Tire ic Rub
j . .j r.ir.v. an Ohio comer
Till "- 1 -; m
S3.00 Round Trip to
Portland Every Day
Oregon Electric Railway ;
j Oi. and after October 21st the'
Ore con Electric Railway will sell
round trip tickets to Portland for
including war tax. good for
rtturn to and including the sec
ond day from date of sale.
J. W. RITCHIE.
Adv. A Rent, O. K. Ry.
MiV. C.N(T WITHKIi
Colored Outing Flannel in a big var
iety of pretty stripes and checks to
choose from. 27 inches wide. Special
for Tuesday's selling at per yard
Limit 10 Yards to a Customer
Big assortment of fancy hair bow
ribbons in many' pleasing colors and
designs in wide widths. Special for
Tuesday selling at per yard
Ladies' Corsets of good quality in
back lace. These come in pink only.
It will pay you to come in and look
them over. Special for Tuesday's sell
ing, at each
Ladies' all wool Jersey and all wool
Serge Jumper Dresses in plain and
piped models, navy blue and brown.
Shop early if possible, these won't
last long ;at this price. Special for
Tuesday's: selling at each
1 : 1 ;
177 North Liberty Street
The editor of the Albany Capi
tal comes ritrht out and flaunts
his ignorance. He declares ho
can't help his son with his night
work when the questions asked
According to cable reports,
Mme. Marguerite Namara has
been engaged by Miss Mary Gar
den to sing "Thais" next winter
-with the Chicago Opera Company.
Christmas Greeting Cards
Our large showing now here. Ijet
ut take your order now and in
sure -mplete satisfaction.
COMMERCIAL ROOK STORE
lC'J X. Commercial Phone 04
we are their friends, will, I think,
be of untold value."
Women will brine: into the na
tional parties a relining and up
lifting influence, in the opinion
of Mrs. Davenport, who has al
ready served on the state Republi
can Central committee in Oregon
and is a member of the Ameri
canization committee of the Ore-!
gon Slate Federation of Women's
That only through party affili
ation can women expect to accom
plish their aims in government
was shown by Mrs. Davenport.
She quoted political authorities to
the effect that all that had been
done in the government had been
done by parties, and that those
who left the party because they
objected to something it had done
were in a class With those who
"picked up their dollies and went
Mrs. Davenport closed her talk
with a plea for the members of
the club to "think, talk and pray
for peace" during rhe next few
weeks while the disarmament
conference is meeting in Wash
ington, that permanent peace and
world disarmament may be a real
ity. Delightful musical numbers
were triven by Mrs. Percy Cupper
and Mrs. W. P. Babcock, accom
panied by Mrs. Marie Flint. Mrs.
R. J. Hendricks was hostess to
the study club at her home on
North Summer street.
Misa Dorris Sikes, former re
portar on The Statesman, has been
appointed to the position of sta
tistician on the Oregon Emerald,
University of Oregon daily.
The Artcraft section of the Sa
lem Arts league will hold Iheir
first meeting this evening' at the
Gun noil & Rob!) studio in the Or
egon building. Miss Kathryn
(lunnCil is leader of this section.
Those interested in photography,
drawing from life, modeling,
sketching or other forms of pic
torial expression are invited to
Miss Janet M. Smith, northwest
field secretary of tiie Y. W. C A.
was a Knest in Salem Sunday.
Miss Smith's headquarters are in
Miss Jessie Thompson, whose
home is in Kalem, has been chosen
president of Tot nnd Quill, wo
men's,literary society at the T'ni
versjty of Oregon. Miss Emily
Vieazie of Portland is Vice presi
dent Short story writers are
members of the group.
The Store for
The Store of Housewares
Ladies 20 Coat
and Suit Special
For one week beginning Monday Just listen
to ihi$4-Choose from onr entire stock of La
dies' Coats, Suits and Dresses, also Children s
Coats at 20 Off.
Can you imagine it right now when you are
in the inood of buying. Beautiful fur collared
coats of Velours, Bolivias, Plushes, etc Fine
warm Coats in the season's most desirable
colorings. Original prices are marked m
No misrepresentations are permitted in our
ads. in fact our modesty prevents us from
telling you half of their good qualities.
Ladies' Coats, regular prices
Ladies' Suits, regular prices
Ladies' Dresses, regular prices
Children's Coats, regular prices
Oar Prices Always The Lowest
$12.75 to $49.5C
$19.75 to $50.03
$ 6.75 to $25.0
..$ 6.7$ to $15.0
GALE & CO.
Commercial and Court Streets
ATTRACTIVE AND NEEDY
At this opportune time for Men, Women and Children
w f .' -
Cut Tliis Out It Is Worth Monej
Cut out this slip, enclose witS
5c and mail it to Foley & Co., 283 5
Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111., writ
ing your name and address clear
ly. You will receive in return a
trial package containing Foley's
Hoaey and Tar Compound fot
coughs, colds and croup; Folle?
Kidney Pills for pains in sides and
back; rheumatism, backache, kid
ney and bladder ailments; and
Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole
some and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic for constipation, billiou-
ness, headaches, and sluggish
bowels. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Articles Filed by New
Portland Baseball Club
1 W f
ft ' ;
For Men, Boys, Women and Girls
$9 Value Men's Rain Coats $4.98
Made with belt, regular crave nette style, guaranteed rain
proof; other qualities to $8
Articles of incorporation for
Portland's new baseball club of
the Pacific coast league were
filed here yesterdav. The incor-
I porators are W. II. Klepper, J. R.
i Rrewster and Milton R. Klepper.
jThe capitalization is $150,000.
Other articles were filed as fol
j Eastern Oregon Dairy Products
.company. Poardman; incorpora
jtors. C. A. Albrisht, P. M. Smith,
; U. L. nninbaueh. T. K. P.royle.
R. Wasmer; eayitalization, 1,-
; Metal Piod;;e?s Mantifacturing
; company. Porilnnd: incorr.ora-
1 ; .
U ton:. . . Lucius. Karl Q. Cash
H , 0. A. Curtis; ca
Mulsifted Oil company, Port
land; incorporators. Simon B.
Krohn, c. Lester Eaton, Frank g
THE UAIX ALWAYS LIVENS
White Spray Best Walla walla
Hard Wheat (H-t qj-
3 lba. DDC
Citrus Washing ro
6 packages LsC
Bob White Soap, Cft.
13 bars .DUC
5 cans A(n
$4.50 Men's Full and -Ti -Length Slickers $2.98
Black standard oiled quality-perfect grade. An extra special
$5 Quality Boys' Long Slickers $2.98
All sizes for small and big boys, extra heavy quality.!
$1 South Western Rain Hats 69c
Black rain hat3 that will stand any storm weather, big value.
$7.50 Quality Men's Rubber Boots $5.69
Thigh lengths, extra best quality guaranteed gum rubber,
$4.50 Short Men's Rubber Boots $3.49
First and best quality pure gum rubber, snag proof quali
ty; This is a big value.
BOOTS and SHOES
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
$4.50 Men's Red and Black Rubber Pac's $3.49
ine very thing ror wet work of all descriptions, regular
- niRn minor styie.
$5 Value Boys' High Storm Kings Boots $3.98
in rea anct macK, positively the best quality made. In sizes
i ' to a.
Rubbers for Men, Women and Children
Three big groups heaping on the tables of our Bargain base
ment, all sizes at 23c and 50c
For the Little Tots and Grown Ups
i " ' -1
1 Here's Good
l Dress News For
I 1 - ' '
j For Three Days Only
Beginning Monday -
Special Purchase Sale of
You Should Not Miss
Those of you who ; had
planned to buy later will
make no mistake by buying
now. ; :
I The Choice Materials
Silk Velvet, Tricotine
Crepe de Chine,
j Values to $25.00)
$1 4 .75
$7 Silk and Linen
With white and imitation
ivory handles and tips
Velvet, Serge and
Guimp Dresses I
iThey are all $10
is; capitalization, $100,-
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