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THURSDAY-- MOiiNlNG, 14, liJ
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I ' rBy MARGUERITE GLEESQN
MJSSj Averil lUrrli and . David
Elli.v university graduates
- were -marrie, Friday in McMian
j t jrnie. They, returned yesterday
from a shori trip to pacific' City.
I Mr. Ellis 'received, his bachelor ot
arts degree rota YiUamette unn
versity ; yesterday and - Mrs. Ellis
received ker master's . degree. J ,
. t The bride is a daughter of Mr
and Mrs. R. BA. Harris -and Mr,
- Ellis hom Is also in Salem. They
- plan to make their, home 'here.
- v A number or former students
and friends of the university; have
ben -guests la Sale m during the
last "few. days. Anion's those who
re '.guests this, week at the' var
ious sororitjT and ..fraternity hous
es are f Miss Roth Wise and Miss
Marie . Wise "! of t Granite Palls,
v Rugbies" I ot
Wash.; Miss lAura
; Uie Robsibsb mi Portland; trs.
: l.i J. McDauiels of Portland;; Mrs.
ll 1. St. Claire' of Creeham were
:,c entertained at the Beta Chi house.
- , (Mrs. j. E. Ferguson , of Odell,
.. Of. ; - Mrs. . JL E Hatton of Spo
, kane;r Mr. P."-, Bralaard (of
Marshall, Texas; Mrs. E. TL Mills
-of Newier. Mrs. Dicks ot-LAke--
view. Qr.; Mrs. A. K. McClintock
of Weed, Calif ; Mr. : and Mrs.
George ' B.t Pratt of i Portland hive
been at the Delta Phi house, r '
s -n Mf. and ;Mrs, Q. White and son
Earl, of liobsoB, Mont, jiave been
:,otertained ftj the
" 1 The , First Gongregatlonat
church will bbervejChildrens day
Sunday, yuhe 17. "- j The service
will be held in the church audi
torium at 11 o'clock and the. toi
Jowing' program will be given: 4
"s 4 Prelude r- carol, sung by choir;
Children's F processional with
i flowers ; " the call ' to. worship by
- minister; S&ng, ."We Bring Sweet
""f Flowers," .intermediate girls; reel-'
tatlons and songs by bejtfnners
, of ' promotion; 'SonsecxaUon.Vf
'children to Shrlstian life; Wel.
cone to the Littlest Ones.; pri
v mary department; The: Heavenly
- Father's Love and Care. exercise
" by ehIIdreB;TheTes Room for all
' the Children, primary depart
1 meat; "God Sees," song by begin
ners; "l Hear the Children
-j Voices, 'carol sung by-choir; jf I
j Think When I Read-That Sweet
Story of Old. sung by congrega-
Hon school and ; choir; a prayer
for children- and Older ones ; Sut-
fer Little Children." -prayer re-.
sponse by choir; 2ible verses by
th e" jnnior o!epar Intent; ' solo,
"Christ,. the Friend ot Children;
) gatheriag the gifts for-the King's
1 other children; benediction.-.; :
, . - t"-i y.,xifc'':';,$i"
Mrs. Gertrude i X.M,?Page enteri
talned Monfidynight i or : a group
'"bf Willamette r university girls,
wives "otrfachtty ' members w and
trustees. s The affair was in the
- form of a dinner party given In
: the Rose room of the Spa. Rose
, hued sweet peas and larkspur
'. formed a pretty color note in the
f decorations. ; The table was I: lit
! . with rose colored candles. Miss
' Pauline McClintock presided ,' as
tostmistress and called "upon the
, following -for responses: Pauline
l Remington, Grace Brainard, Ruth
1 Hill,; Mrs. C. K. Spaulding., Edna
t Jennison, Mrs ; C P. Bishop, Mrs.
George Hug, Mrs. William Flem
" ing, Mrs. George H. Alden, Ruby
nosencranz..;.--"ir;':'-;;;-':::jt !': "
'' The guests, included;
Sadie Pratt. ' Grace ' Brainard,
i , Eva Leadbetter, Mildred t Strevey,
I ; 'Dean Hat'ton, Ruth. Hill, . Adelia
White. Lucia Carl, Vesta jBicks,
, Velda Mulkey. i Thelma I Mills,
Martha Ferguson," Pauline McClin
' tock. Ruby Rosenquest, . Virginia
Nobe. Marie Rostein, Ed ni: fett
nison, Pauline Remington, r- Eva
Ferrie.' Mrs. George H. Burnett,'
' Mrs. 8 J. D. Sutherland, Olrsi'David
A. Wright, Mrs. Paul Hansen Mrs.
, Ronald Glover, Mrs Pauline Josse,
Mrs.vT. B. Kay, Mrs. C. P. BIhop,
I . Mrs. - B. - L. Steeves, Mrs. W. L
IStaley, Mrs. William Fleming,
1 Mrs.' Charles K Spaulding. Mrs.
R. B. Fleming. Mrs. C. A. Vlbbert.
IV Robertson, Mrs. George H. Al
den and Mrs. Gusfar EbseB
'Miss' Bernice Crais became the
bride of .Orris Fry if a - four
; o'clock wedding at the home at
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith " The
bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. 'J. B. Craig and Mr. Fry i
;aon of Mr. and Mrs. Dan J, Fry.
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j Miss Emma Shanafelt -will be
iharried today, at theJDta Phi
, house , to Lester Day. Both . are
'Willamette university i graduates.
I .Mr. Day has been in ,TMCA work
; In Boston during the viast year.
y. The OAC club wU meettonlght
at Brush college grove, in case
J off rain the meeting will be held
In' the school house. I I .
; Urn. C. E. Brown has gone to
1 Vancouver, Wash., for la short vls-
it at the home of hen son, C. L.
; Brown. On her retarn she will
; be accompanied by her daughter,
Mrs. j F. A. Stein of Miles City,
Mont., who with . her two sons
'will spend the summer in Salem, j
Mrs. Beatrice Crawford-New-
comb will have as her guests for
the summer Miss Judy Molner of
Akron. Ohio. ? Miss ; Molner .ar
rived In Portland Wednesday, and
will come to Salem tonight, iliss
Molner is &' jgraduate bf Cornell
university, where she4 was a.mem-T
ber ot Kappa Kappa Gamma. She
will spend the summer , with Mrs.
K.ewconjh and will be the Inspira-
t ion for a number or.delighHul
affairs in Salem Mrs. John H.
Crawford,; Mrs. Newcomb and lit
tle Joan Newcomb met the guest'
In PorUand." ,
, Mrs. Paul? Hauser and Mrs.
David "Wright tare attendinR
the grand.' chapter meeting of the
Eastern Star In Portland this
weekJ - " :
Miss Barbara Stan field, daugh
ter of Senator and Mrs. Robert N.
Stanfietd. will come to Salem Sun
day to visit with her aunt, Mrs.
William ir Lytle. r ' ,
Judge and Mrs. John . M. ' Mc-
Court and Judge, and Mrs. John
L. Raad were among the visitors
to the Rose Festival. Judge Rand
will also attend the session, of the
grand lodge which is meeting tils
week . in Portland. , ;"-.?;'
I'" !-..? :Ar '
Miss Elma Weller. MtBs Edith
Patton and Edward N. Weller ifft
yesterday i for California where
they will visit Mrs. William Mfr
ris and MUa Helen Weller. , '
. 1 : '!.!
Mr. and Mrs. E. Cooke . Patton
add daughter. Miss - Louella, Pat
ton, who 'are lit .Long Reach, CaL.
expect to leave for home July 5.
Miss Molly Schwabauer who aj
companled. them south returned
Saturday. ; : - -
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.. Miss Margaret Garrison, an 1
umnus : of ! Willamette r university,
has been in Salem attending the
alumni reunion and . commence
ment affairs. ! ;i p.'.v1 :JT' - y ji
. vMiss Garrison formerly Jived ini
Salem , and has many friends here
who will be gld to kow of her re
cent successes In lyceum. s
Mrs. I. A. Meyers left yesterday
for : Minneapolis f and ' Superior,
Wis. She ' expects to ' be gone fill
summer and will visit with a bro
ther and sister while away Mr.
"and " Mrs. ; LeRby Meyers accom
panied her as far as Portland, ' .
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; Mrs.; W. H. Adrain of Spring
field has been ' visiting with rela
tives la Salem. " "
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- The West Side Circle of the Ja
son Lee aid society will have a so
cial meeting Friday at the home
of Mrs: Alfred Vlck. j
Mr. and Mrs. .George Weller,
former residents of Salem, have
taken up - their residence In the
Pattoutapartmeats. . They have
been living in Sandy.
' Mr.' and Mrs. Lloyd Lucas and
family of Bellingham, Wash., are
enjoying-a a wo -weeks visit here.
They are taking in the Rose fes
tival ;at Portland. While heTe
they are staying at the -home of
Mr4ud Mrs-, W. H Lucas. ISIS
Fir sfreeU J . .-: . v;
; Jin. John Barker Jr.," left Mon
daV tor-Tork. .She. will. be
gone several months and will visit
with relatives in Canada and New
,s Miss Myrtle Burnap visited In
Salem with Mr. ; and Mrs. C. B
Albln for the week-end.
pany, Portland: to operate as
, ln,teraUtetf;TermInaJ IBuIlcling
company; -Portland; to sell 45;!,
000 stbek. - -J' ! r , J '
Weston Murder Case Among
Those to Be Arguecr Be-
fore Supreme Court i
Several cases of more i than,
passing .Importance have been set
for hearing by the state supreme
Court for this - month. , Among
these is. the case i of Portland
against Koser, which will test the
validity of 'the gasoline tax act.
The arguments will be heard June
26. On the same day, win be heafd
the ease of - Rhode 1 against T the
etate industrial acident commis
sion. ,iV-. j. :l & ?
i The . Klamathv.(' county court
house cases, a continuation -of the
litigation that, ha Involved thjs
question for years."will again he
heard June 27. : Onev. ot the cases
is-known as ward against ; Kla
math county, and the other. Is
Klamath county against the Kla
math J Deveflapment i com p any.
Which -of the three 'court, houses
at Klamath Falls is the legal one
is expected to be decided in, these
hearings, f --a -i v-A A
.1 For , the second time the court
will ob June 28. heir the. ease of
the Btate against A. . J. Weston.
Weston was - convicted jln Des
chutes, county, of the murder et
Robert Krug and was sentenced
to lite in thestate; penitentiary
and began his ?tlme. The case
was appealed,' reversed ; and Te
snanded for a new trisL in which
Westos was again convicted and
sentenced to life. Again the case
was appealed. i
Also on June 28 the court will
listen to arguments in the: case
of Smith against iHurlburt, a
Multnomah county case in s which
an attempt is being made to en
join the collection of special tax
es in the Maplewood " water dis
trict. k ; ' - , - v; :: J i .
, On June 29 .wlll.be heard the
case of Wemme against the Chris
tian I Science chuTehJ Involving the
Wemme estate. The . estate was
left- the 'church on certain condi
tions whielr the plaintiff in the
ease alleged -the j church has not
compiled 5 with, j The- ,case of
Barnes against - Anderson will be
heard. the same; day. ' ,i
Work of Polish Children
To Be Shown in Washington
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- WARSAW . June 14. During
the celebrations r In Poland ' last
year, in honor of America and Am
erican Poles, Polish school j child
ren ' united 'ta composing several
commendatory letters and address
es, which wreby.. themselves
beautifully transcribed on parchA
ment. and Illuminated. ;;. : i $
;The rwork ; was so weir done,
and ' has such artistic merit, that
it -has been decided to collect the
parchments snd, send them, to the
Polish legation at Washington for'
exhibition, -i i -j..-: f ; : - - . v- ':--.
J ' UEW COnPORATIOHS 1
. The following concerns filed ar
with the state corporation depart
ment: : : -... ' i X -,:
Arrow Tug & Barge company,
Astoria;. Incorporators, F. M.
Sweet, H. E. Cheryy. E. M. Cherry,
. Portland Rose Festival associa
tioa. : Portland; incorporators.; O.
W. Mielke, O. Evert Baker, W11
tiam J.r Piepen brink; assets
..Marqoam . Jtestanrant company.
Portland; incorporators,.., A. W.
Spencer," J. P. kelson. Loyal H.
McCarthy; capitalisation . S S 5.0 09.
J. C. ; Conway " Manufacturing
company, Portland; incorporators
Julian C. Conway, -Earl , N, For
aker. Freda Kassebaum; capitali-
Ixation $25,000. ; j I i ;
A permit to operate in Oregon
was issued to Detmer, Brnner &
Mason, Inc., a New York, concern
dealing in woolen goods. The cap
italization Is $5,250,000 and the
attorney-in-fact for ; Oregon Ms
Ray F. Carpenter. - !''"'.
Notice of dissolution was filed
by the Liberty Building company
Permits under the blue sky act
were issued as follows: , r
Columbia Oorge Hotel corpor
ation, . Portland : to sell $50,000
bonds. ; ;-i " - i-iUll'Ti:lii
... Malheur Lane company, Wash
ington . corporation; to aell i $20,
000 stock. - . J'''"AY.i
Empire . Financial Service com-'
Radio Increases Catch
Of English Fishermen
LONDON, June 13 .American
fishermen off the Grand Banks
and the Atlantic coast may find It
profitable to emulate the exam
ple ot the! r brother fishermen ! In
England, who have equipped their
vessels with radio. 1 The purpose
Is to enable them to communicate
with the shore or sister" trawlers
whenever they discover a shoal
of fish 'too large for'their capacity.
At a- time when a remarkable
shortage of fish is reported from
the JNorth Sea. some "30 steam
trawlers' have been Jfltteq with
wireless apparatus. It has been
round that, with the use of radio
communication -huge hauls, which
otherwise "' would certainly be
nvissedt'cknr.be. taken fn" a- shoft
time by vessels which are in con
stant communication wUh;'.
other and with the shore.4 - 4;; f
"-' The cost ot radio Installation as
insignificant compared j to the
great 'catches' of fish it makes pos
sible. Also the value of; constant
communication between the traw
ler owner ashore, who knows the
condition of the market,' and the
skipper at sea is -obvious, f the
supplies at one port are heavy,
the owner can send -orders lor the
catch to ; be landed ? at.' another'
port. If the catch, is Unusually
heavy, he, can make arrangements
to v facilitate unloading. -
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pecof inducetp artta vsjll bo :xvliiidltra
" Saturday hii9ijJhho; VGith " ;
Washington Storms Harm
Hay Crops Alone, Report
" WALLA WALLA, Wash., .June
13-r Hay alone has been damag
ed during the unusual amount of
rain of the past week, In the opin
ion of farmers, farm bureau offi
cials and others who have "viewed
the situation, - rr w ,;--ht.:t-
- While 'rain is not necessary tor
tlii wheat crop to properly mature
M most - parts of the valley, no
harm-has' resulted nd but little
grata - Is falling, according to- A.
W Kasteh, county agent.
Kasten made a trip to Dixie this
mOTning and viewed the grain. In
the lighter soil and - dried aresB
the rain Is proving .a f benefit.'
Wheat erops prospects throughout
the county are ; said- to continue
to maintain a most promising bar
vest afid'. growing conditions have
been right and an early harvest is
predicted,'::. l' ' K ' - -?
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8,194 POPULATION . i
PAGO pAGOj 'American "Sam
oa June il.Tbe censue of Am
crican' Samoa, receatly4 completed
Is 1 officially announced as 8.194.
3j i 1Q
OF THE GTOr.lACH
wtth a Mt,aaar, UoMed Sob.
cb. Food does not moanili.
Isstaid ft m oes W a. cg
btlfhmg, dozioas sad head-
ft n ..t v .
saouu M ludwd with ssJuof lea
nua pemnsftif. litog reGef. j
Q TheiiaedytnSaetapoa lio
uwg of tftt Haaucli. eanch Sm blood.
sad sbcaguWa every botfly fnaetioa.
4 Tbs Urge camber of people who
ha WoceMfuIIjr woj Dr. Hartaaa'e
catardMi conditmu, era tbs
pooabie rnrinfieiBgul far
TABLETS OR LIQUS)
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t Five hundred shares of preferred stock in, i
"A't ,rrr f'J;. ... '.,,'....'.-. .i ..-'-. ';; .m.. "!- 't'v.-i';' .y ;.;s,; "4 M
theOrcgdirPiilp'and Paper Company will be of- i
fered to the public at $105:00 per share. This is I
the last ofttie authorized issue of preferred
stock in saidompany- and it is redeemable only I
at the, above figure, those desiring stock will Jt
see Walter LI Spaulding, Secretary of the comT
pany. t ; , k
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BROlUNG AND TOrVSTlNC
FOUR BURNERS AND
SUMHERtB FOR CAS
-Hundreds of women have vi:
the i Stove Show belrj ccr. ':::t: .
our store, by the experts frcn C
ben & Sexton Conpany, C;.!:rr. -makers,
and have seen the rr
able exposition, and exhibit cf I
versa!, -,Cprablnat!cn - Uzr
Porcelain Ccaj Manses. .11: 3. r
experts , wll) be glad to ; el, zt :
also.' The, special it era will cc du
only dnnno; this exhi ti t, so c c :r. :
morrbw sure. 43: -V
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GAS NO MATCHES
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EELP STARTER FOR
ALL CAST MOW BODY
A UFE TM4E ftAMGC
AOJUSIABLE AIR MOTUtSl
CAST feON OURHSR -eOKl
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toree RAi,rGcs in r:;n
VCoalfc Gas Vctxl ,
Tklsk how. convenient it will 1 ' '
Unltersai Combination Range i i! :
kltcBeaJ i It Is the Hast word in 1
practical, sanitary fand -riicieBt
-stoves. OD)e and see bow this renarli'.'
rants may be converted to a gas, coal t
woodstovo in an instant by a f'
"Twlst of the Wrist." See tne self-,
for coal and wood; the beautiful 'U:.n.
Porcelain in -blue or gray, the cc: -'
ness, tne hrolleT, the : elevated f.u.d
"With a Universal Combination K. .: 5 j
have a 'warm Wtctten la coTJ vr.t:.tr
cool kitchen In warri Jweat'e?r. J.
Imagine' how . comfortable. - Coma la t
morrow. .. This "will .not' obll-te j o'Jt.
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SETI ROGERS MGTJARANTEED; SILVERWARE v
'...j J vy -S n During This Demonstration Only! -
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J . ; - .With every TJniversal .Range .urcha8edwet,win; include
I witnout charge this beautiful 26-piece set of Rogers Oak Grey
design; guaranteed silverware. This set of silverware carries
. ananlimited guarantee . from , thef makers, William Rogers
. j -. J)ONX MISS THIS OPPORTtJNlTY v?H P
SANITARY, WASIIABLE, iNDESTRtJCTKL::
? Universal Porcelain Coal Ranges hre mde cl gry cast
iron i throughout finished ; In Pearl Gray or Peacock Uhie
"UniTit" Porcelain, which is as hard as flint, and will retain
its beadty.and lustre to the end.-. Think of owning a beautiful
.blue tor'gray range that. can he washed with soa? and water
Justras you clean "the bathtub or sink. Think- et the saving
in disagreeable rubbing and; blackening. . .That's exactly tte
pleasure ot owning- a: handsome ".Universal Porcelain Cc-,1
Range, ' Just wlp it oft Even the cooking top is po"shed
no blackening Or rubbing' required. -! ,
Ililllil on nr?:v c.r-
n During thii exhibit, we will take. In yon rr wasteful old,;
.broken-down kitchen range; and make you a special Tlberal
allowance on your. new puTcaase. :i Make your own terms
on balance. c. . n,f - . , - . . '
k $5.00 wiil hold any, Universal .Combination Hare :
or Porcelain Coal Range you may sebct for future
delivery and entitles you to -all 'special ir.Ju:c:r.w.;tJ
of this exhibit.'
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