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SECOND NEWS SECTION
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SEVENTY-FIRST. JYEAR ;
SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY -MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1921
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. H. AND MRS. ASAHELi annual insDectiontoL ihe . local
nifrti v . . I,. -i
oujsi. wun metr-two eon, tent.
Asahei; Jr.; .andt Etewatt.
are at home, lu Salem following Mr. and Mrs. H.'.P. Boise are
three and a half years in Europe. I spending a few days in Portland
mou ol-iM time they raided in I and will return -this evening.
Paris where Mr. Bush was cash-
ler of. the allied reparation com- , Mrs. J. B Brophy Is -visiting in
mission. Thejr will occupy" their Portland with friends,
old home in Salem. - . v
! i ' Mrs. M. C. Smith of - Albany
Cpl. and Mrs. George 11. White ,8 a Kest at lnft ome her Jlon-
attend th remntinn !von , fni Smith is secretary of the Albany
and' Mrs. Joseph K. Pasteilo In chapter of the American War
honor of Major .General Wright Mothers. She , visited in Turner
of the Ninth cprpa area. yesterday. While in Salem she
" cwrpa area. will also visit with her daughters
? w w Mrs. O. M. JohTieon and Mrs. H
Friends or Mrv and Mrs. Roy A Johnson.
II.. Mills 'are congratulating them
. V iB 7.. r i, ". Zt T Mrs. W. C. Kantner leaves to-terdayr-lltf
will be called Char es & for Seanle where she will
Kent for his grandfather. Charles , u t h ner g, Mrs. 0.
Mrs.Prances McLeod andMra. Tne openlng afralr of the Chry-
Lyda Wendllck, state officers pr ganthemum show in Portland was
. the .Daughters of Veteranswere the receptIon for wlvea of mem-
guests yesterday of MrsoW. J. bera of the Chamber of Com-
Entreaa. . They were here for the merce y8terday afternoon in the
v ; , - 11 " green room of the chamber. Ia
PL VaJ- the receiving llae-were Mrs H.
Lbjutoaj brecting varai H Van Duzert llTtl. Peter Ken,
Our largo showing now here. Xet Mrs.- E. C. Crawford. Mrs. Max
us take your order bow and In- S. Hirsch, Mrs. Jahn T. Dou?.all
sure -complete satisfaction j and Mrs. W. D. D. Dodaon The
COMMERCIAL BOOS : STORE Ua tables w?rc- In chargo of Mrs.
ia V rAiBmwW Phow S4 Jftmea D. Abbaft. Mrs. Ralph H.
NKT N. Conunerclal , . ITioae o nrnside, Mrs. H. J. Ottenheimer,
'...""J;"' T 1 Mrs. Roy T. Kishf p, Mrs. Whitney
Boise. Mrs. Frank B. Andrews.
Mrs. William MacMaster, Mrs. O.
i , . ; lllw ficiVo otirt Mr. Frederick H.
TheSlore for M strong.
Miss Elsie Wlkoff and Alvin
Krug of Silverton were married
recently at the Baptist parsonage
were Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Wikoff. 1HL UliKPIU WW SVl-J-'" UVAVU TUR j.ilXJVlW. wii duuuuliiiuii
Frarit and Francis WiKorr, par- '
. I wli'iii p' ! ihiw minmwim mm ii ininiimiiin i ' iw hi him i iinn i i i
Mrs. L. S. Adams, aunt of the
bride; Minnie and Martha Krug,
sisters of the groom. Following
the wedding the party, went to,
the Wikof r hornet four miles north
of Salem, j where a lunch was en
The young x-ouule took a short
honeymoon trip, over the. Colum
bia highway to The Dalles. Tby
will mak their home in Sliver-
. Saturday night the happy cou
ple were given a reception at
their home. The following rela
Uvea and friends were1 present:
tyr.; and Mrs. Joe Kaser and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Brutiner.
Mr. and! Mrs. S. V. Kaser j and
family. Mrs. Fred Kaser. Mr.' and
Mrs. Ale Mathys. Mr. and Mr.
Harvey Knnzi, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Bailer and family. Mr. and Mrs,
Frank Brazier, Mr. and Mrsi Al
pheus Schar and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Stortz and family, Mr.
and Mrs; D. E. Geiser. Mr. anil
Mrs. George Elton and daughter
Helen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krug
and aon.Lyie, Mr.. and Mrs. Joba
Brunner Fred Krug. Mrs. E.
S. Adams, Miss Leon a and Miss
Nora Baumgartner, Miss Lois and
Miss Rtfth Bartruff. Miss EdUh
Rqss, Miss Minnie and Miss -Mar- ii
tha Krntr flrant and-Francis Wl-1 i
koff and Adam Blumenschier.
1 ifr'flBSV'-A. jAftfli-AWMW ! 1 " ... , , ... .. , .
HF IlSniX ' r.: "'t 5: r ' Poetry Appreciation section
t JXlZi- W Wtr'r ' s of Salem Arts leauge. with
ft Ty?V' T- . 9 - . Mra Willi nrw
I -.srf 'AAW&y 15iKr' i ". -i - jtl and Mrs. Frank Spencer, hoe-
0 liJiiV' iSri: I& I j4' ' F-U W. . C. Aid. all day meet-
IrrT I ' t - r "V:;i,' V ! t2Uin3 Thompson, meet at O. E. de-
hl9Sr r va 1 . I 1 4 fe ? " WS . I pot at 10 o'clock, take cars.
f i f ' " " , n,Ci'?r?rJ?ltiU I ' Evening classes. sewing
H H ' i rC ? - -iSffwJ 1 ! and millinery; Smith-Hughes
b - ki ' i i p?);ry ; work in semor high school.
1 Ii jJllgjlR ?4dUfiiJ:i Armistice . Day program.
S iyHtl! 2:0 in armory; American
9 ' ' I r1 rTh'-ii (,rrK4f5 l . i, . -CAii ' 1 Legion -in charpe; public in-
MmkMmMf4 1 mwARY . i
rbapmnn's chapel, Dallas, 0r.
November a. . . , I ;
interment was In the Pallas I.
O. r, cemetery. t
Lane County Jury5 Unable
To Agree in Murder Trial
EUGENE, Ore., Nor. 9. The
jury which tried Fred Thomaa In
circuit court her on a Charge of
murder In the second, degree in
slaying hta neighbor, WHey Hub
bard at Dorena. Lane county. Sep
tember 6. today reported to. Judge
Sklpworth that it could not agr
upon a verdict and was dismissed.
The jury retired at 6:15 o'clock
Tuesdar evening and deliberated
all night, .reporting to the court
at 19 o'clock this morning.
The judge set November X5 as
a daU for Thomas.' second trial.
The Store for -
The Store of Housewares
Oreeon Agricultural .. College,
Corvallis, Nov. 9. Mary.E. ayne
of Salem is a member cjf the
Greater O. A. C. committee which
is: In general charge of the Home-1
comingj week-end, which! begins!
with the W. S. C.-O. A. C foot
ball game Friday,' and will end!
with open house in the halls, sor
orities and fraternities Sunday.
The j annual inspection of the
. ... is .-1
1 ' (k - v ' i - ji1
rffi Xrrwri Mi7 Ftchla tent. Daughter.
fit 'Mis, Min- Of Veterans, was made last night
tun inoivi v (vihbwui
nle Krug wa3 bridesmaid i and
Francis Wikoff acted aa best man.
The bride waa attired in blue
crepe-meteor and carried a bou
quet of white, rosebuds. : .
-i v .Those at the wedding ceremony
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by-Mrs. Lyda Wendllck, deputy
Inspector. Mrs. Frances McLeod,
department presUamt, was also I
among, those present. The regu
lar inspection and meeting was
followed by supper at the Spa.
Mrs. W. J. Entress, department
secretary, has been deputized to
inspect Betsy Ross tent of the
Daughters of Veterana in Port
land, i Mrs. Entress-wlU accom
pany 1. Mrs. Mcleod and Mrs.
Wendllck td Portland this morn
ing, j. ;
The Women's social circle of
the Central Congregational church
will hold a bazaar in tne cnurcn
Tuesday November 15. A chick
en supper will be , served in tne
I . I. i' .
! Etakta, the North Salem club,
met Tuesday, with Mrs. Mason
Bishop, j Mrs. W. Fl Fargo pre
sented a number of original se
lections' as -part of the program.
Henrietta BiKhop sang and Doris
Hicks gave a reatitag. The next
meeting- of the club lwIII be with
Mrs. Gilbert Burton, one month
Mrs. George M. Thompson will
be hostess for the Ladies' Aid of
the W. R, C. today at an all-day
meeting. Sewing will fill the
hours. Members are'requested to
meat at the Oregon Electric depot
at 10 O'clock and cars will con
yey members to Mrs. Thompson's.
Effie Mande (Millcr Lewis
'lied very suddenly at her Salem
home Sunday November 6. She
was, born on the old pioneer honee
near Perrydale, Polk county, ;May-
21. 1878. r Sh joined the l'.aptist
church at the early age of 14
end later united with the Chria-
tlan churcl. of Falls City.
bhe was marrieu to wudut
Lewis November 5, 1899 and to
this union two sons. Glenn and
Marvin, word born.
Besides her hatband and two
tons she leav?3 her mother,
Mrs. Mary E. MUlcr, two broth
ers. Clay and Lloyd, a bister, Mrs
Velma Prime, ll of Salem, two
f!ste'rs. Mrs. Hattio Tbrockmorton
of Portland and "WJHa Brown ot
Seattle, and a brotucr. Henry
Miller of Wenatcbeo, Wash.
Funeral aarvicss wore rtad by
Ilev. Putnam o'( the Bunsa.low
Christian church of Salem
ITC G II
Copyright bj Underwood a Underwood.
The First Application Makes Skin
Coo and Comfortable
It you are suffering from ecze
ma or some other torturing,, em
barrassing skin trouble you may
quickly be rid ot It by using Men.
tho-Sulphur, declares a noted skin
specialist. . v,-"-'! ij
- This sulphur preparation, be
cause of Its germ destroying prop
erties, seldom fails to quickly sub
due itching, even of fiery ecsema.
The first application makes tha
skin cool and comfortable. Rash
and blotches are healed right up.
Meatha-Sulphur is applied like
any pleasant cold cream and ia
perffttly harmless. You can ob
tain a small jar from any good
at druggist. Adv. !' ' - '
GRAVE OF UNKNOWN HERO BEEN PREPARED IN ARLINGTON.
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HiTti'JMfc" Wini ii .linTfi
Many Are THe
Dainty; j ; ;
PrnnrlnB- tie crave of the Unknown American Soldier, who will be buried in the: National Cemetery
at ArfinXn on NorinSr .pot is a beautiful one in the hills of Virginia, overlooking city, of
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Somehow, ypu rather ex
pect omthirigivof 1 a
a?ckcr' t It inst,mcet
cirtain needs vof youf
palate- ..,,. ; .
" ' It must pt crisp
Jt Tnust be tasty
It rhust -be baked 'just to
the point of. fullest flavor.
SNOW FLAKES are all
of, these. M . .
Ask ypur grocer for
TO REPRESENT ARMY AT UNKNOWN HERO BURIAL
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poii't as for Crackers -
- - e-' i - -si
1 Li-.'K -W.jlv&
! A professor at Berkeley has it
j fiRurtMl nnt hat 37 cents will
I purchaso food sufficient for one
day for an individual. But he
j doesn't tell u& where the money
i is to be spent and what amount
I of food we may get with It It
i would buy -quite a lot of alfalfa.
We know just what you want in handker-:
chiefs. For we have a stock that is as varied
as Salem's taste in them can be! Every
thing from Jazz handkerchiefs to theis mast,
sheer and exquisite ones of fine white: linen
comprise our assortments. The prices you'll
find, are the best in town. , ' . l
QolorM Kerchiefs -
For Your Suit
Durable Kerchiefs .
For School Children
GET THEM AT " -j
THE PAY AS YOU GO STORE
CLOSED ALL DAY
ARMISTICE DAY 1
M. J 'Donohni,VKSIf ortlie Distinguished Service Cross and a
sergeant In the Regular Axmy,v.who will repreaent the enlLited men al
the! burial of 'tha unknown American Hero at 'the Arlington Amphl-
; Btaatrt'oa'trmlstir day November 'Oth.-
4 SO Stato Street
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