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; By MARGUERITE GLEESoN
": A UGUST, with its sunshine and
' j calls from the great outdoors,
is bringing to Salem folk the
season's. full measure of pleasure
" A few' fall brides are sharing
honors with , the girls who will
leave within a few weeks for col
lege l and university.- Vacation
guests wimin tne city nave oeen
the inspiration for a number of
social affairs and pienie parties.
UUH U1AU j can a.i,aw9 act i w oaa.ua-
mer hostess. "'.-;,'- ?
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-One' of , the interesting social
events of the com In week will be
the marriage in Seattle Wednes
day of Miss i Helene Willette and
Paul B. Wallace of Salem. The
. marriage service will be read at
Inoon in the, Pilgrim Congrega
tional church In Seattle with 'only
mpmhr rtf tho ImmAlatA famflv
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of friends in Salem where she wai
- associated for several years in the
,al?m schools. Mr. Wallace is a
member of one of the old Salem
families and has hosts of business
i Following' a wedding trip t of
several weeks they will take op
"their home on the Wallace farm.
on Wallace road in Polk county.,
j . -Mr.. and Mrs. , C, .A. Parks will
attend from .Salem. . -.".
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Mrs. W. H. Prank will enterUin
tomorrow evening with a party tor
i!MIss Margaret White, whose, mar
f.rlage will be an event of August
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-- Mr., and Mrs., Ralph White are
at Breitenbush hot springs and
- will re tarn daring the coming
week. . ": -;,
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Inman left
' Saturday morning for ' Cascadia
where Mrs. Inman will remain for
several weeks. Mr. Inman will re
turn to Salem after a brief vaca
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Miss Lena Puymbroeck of Os
Jwego.to substituting for the local
agent of the Oregon Electric sta
tion. She is a student at the
.. University of Washington and has
just returned from the national
; convention of Zeta Tan Alpha sor
. orlty, of which she is a member.
The convention was held In Estes
park, Colorado. Miss Puymbroeck
, returned through California. She
lis living, at the TWCA; while In
'Salem,now. -V ' j.'"; -V" ':'.
.....Mr, , and Mrs. Ralph Watson of
, Portland are spending the week
end in Salem.
.Mrs. John A. Carson and her
son,: Wallace, left this week for
a twd weeks' visit with Mrs. Wal-
ter Barasch in Oakland, Cal. They
! With the approach of the fall
'miladyV eyea turn" toward the
i . new things for. the coming season
' and she would know Just what
' will be the thing for the coming
' ' months. ' From Salem shoppes
M comes word of the season's pre
c let ion of Just what will be worn,
. just what will ; be smart during
j the coming months. .
. ; 1 New fall models . are arriving
1 1 each' day and the shoppe windows
, reflect fashions with , new addi-,-'
t tiona potlcablel week by week and
'.day by day.
The ' Jacquette remains popular
J . both as a blouse and aa a short
': coat. r The latter may be had in
, either "SalkW effect of inn tie at
"f r - - - " ' i"' -;s-'- -
' ' The new winter coats are long
1 1 eome Just a few Inches from the
' floor. The' bell sleeves, the tie
' on the side, the circular, skirt,
K these are all dominant notes seen
r'f in viewing the new winter coats.
One smart dress coat might be
: t a vogue model. It is a wrappy
. model of gerona cloth In brown
tone with beaver collar. It is
j : fastened at the side. The back of
, the coat is absolutely- straight
.4 with nothing to break the line
irnm tha ,a la. In la, hnllnm nr
r i the coat. The front is full drap
ped with a circular skirt.
t ,- - ;'h
Hi V Sport coats are being shown In
; the 48 Inch, lengths.
1 Satin Is the most popular " of
' weaves, this year . and anything
; with a satin finish shares in this
'" popularity.1 Some of the smart
pest satin chamuese models have
wonderful frills of lace which is a
". ' smart touch on the silk frocks.
vi N- High crowns and high ; trim
ming characterizes (he latest ? in
the early fall hats. One smart
. - French model shows a new high
. arrangement of feathers while
t . others show similar . high trim
mings. ". "J ;
i Fashion Notes From Salem Shoppes
,s Feathers are good on hata this
i-j year. .and numerous E,fancy rine
- stone ornaments on black models
'especially, are noted.
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j The bell sleeve, the' circular
skirt and the straight back with
? cut anything - to break the line
'13 from the neck to, the hem.
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
made the trip by boat from Port
land to San Francisco. - Mrs.
Barsch was formerly Miss Cather
ine Carson, and her wedding was
a social event of early spring.
Dr. and Mrs. Shelly Sauerman
are spending the j ' week-end at
Rockaway. ' ' :
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Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Kimball and
their house guest. Miss Grace
Brown of Urbana, 111., have re
turned from an outing at New
port.' : . r
Miss Viola Strickler ; of Cincin
natti is the house guest of her sis
ter, Mrs. E. W. Hobson. .
Miss Edna May! Root has been
the guest of Miss Lois Taylor for
the last week and while here has
been the nispi ration for a num
ber of delightfully Informal af
fairs. I . .-a.
Miss Taylor entertained In hon
or of Miss Root and others honor
ing the guest were Miss Louise
Nunn and Miss Nellie Rowland.
( Mrs. Anna Sims left yesterday
for Tillamook where ' she will
spend the rest of the month with
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Barrlck.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex A. Turner of
Seattle are house guests of Mr.
Turner's sister. Miss Joy Turner.
They will be here for 10 days.
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Miss Hallle Gibson was married
Thursday evening to i Joseph
Stirniman of Pullman, Wash. The
wedding service was held at the
Presbyterian manse. Rev. Ward
Willis Long reading the service.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.. Cass Gibson of Sa
lem. Mr. and Mrs. Stirniman will
make their home in .Pullman.
Miss Myra Gleason, an employe
of the state board of control, is
spending a two 1 weeks' vacation
at the home of her sister. Mrs.
James Kara of Parma, Idaho.
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Another wedding of Interest in
Salem was that i of Miss Martha
Mallory and Virgil Anderson
which waa held here " Tuesday.
Both are former Willamette uni
versity students ; and they will
make their home in The Dalles
where . Mr. Anderson : Is to ' be
teacher in the high school this
year. ' 1 j ?
- Miss Gayette Davis and Henry
N. Barnett, both of Turner were
married Monday at the parsonage
of the Court ! Street Christian
church. . Rev. R. L. Putnam of
ficiated. Theyj will make ' their
home in Turner where the hride
has been teaching school.
Mr .and Mrs. Frank T)avey will
spend a week at Silveton' with
their daughter,! Mrs. E. Domogal-
these are the rery latest fashion
notes for both dresses and coats.' v
,; , The : longs j waist, and the
straight lines are still good how
ever, and with ' the varied trims
In vivid shades of blue, bright red
canary yellow are seen frequent
ly In the new fall dresses.
One of the pleasing variations
oi tne iong waisted models ajre
those with circulaY ruffles around
the waist line.. One of these shows
the ruffles on a dark blue twill
edged in vivid red.
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Broadcloth Is coming back Into
its own this year and serges will
be better this year than they h'ave
been in several years.
Velvet is to be more favored
this coming season that It has
been In many years, according to
those who know. The crepes re
main in good favor.
The new coatings Include Ma.r
vella, Velverette and Gerona.
For the sport:outfit which one
would like for the unexpected trip
or outing, the pleated skirt - and
the sport jacquette Is one of the
outfits In special favor just now.
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The Bonney clan held the an
nual' family reunion . last Sunday
at the camp meeting ground north
of Woodburn. Mrs. Tica Manning
of Gresham, aa historian was as
sisted by W. P. Bonney of Wash
ington, gave an account of the
Bonney family from the year of
1816 to the present time.
Mrs. C. E. Taylor told of her
father, B. S. Bonney who crossed
the plains by ox team in 1849.'
Officers chosen for the coming
year were A. A. Bonney, Tygh
Valley, president; J. M. Bonney.
Carlton, first vice president; Mrs.
Roena Bonney of Woodburn, sec
ond vice president; Mrs. Etta Bon
ney Hall.i Woodburn, secretary
and treasurer and Mrs. George
Bonney, press chairman. The next
meeting will be held at Gresham,
August 1924. 1
The family members present
Mr. and Mrs. George Bonney,
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Hall, Mr. and j
Mrs. C. E. Tyler and daughter,
Louella; Mr. and Mrs. E. O.
Strang, Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Bon
ney and daughters Leona and
Neale; Mr, and Mrs. Roy Bonney
and son, Glenn; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Scott and son, Robert, Jr.;
Mr .and Mrs. R. C. Kocher and
three children, Mrs. Roena Bon
ney, Mrs.' Carrie Young Ina Bon
ney, Laura Bonney, Ethel Bon
ney, Merle Hall, all of Woodburn;
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bonney and
son, Lauris. Tygh Valley; Mr. and
Mrs. Lincoln Sherwood and
daughter, Eva of Los Angeles,
Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. Will Gray, Bu
ena Vista; Miss ' Mary " H. Hen
dricks." Portland; Mr. and , Mra.
W. G. Hendricks . and children,
Ethel, Kern, t Helen and Harriet;
Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Manning, Her
ma, Paul and Edwin; Mr. and
Mrs. John Pofrejoy, Portland;' Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Howe and daugh
ter, Gladys; Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
Howe, Brownsville; Mr. and Mrs.
Ralpr Bonney and children, Garth
Sturart and Jean Ellen, The Dalles
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. W. Bonney,
and grandchildren, Dorothy and
Harry Fryer, Carlton ; ' Mr. and
Mrs. Harry E. Sherwood and chil
dren, Esther Edgar, Avon Stan
ley, Alsea; Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Sherwood and children, Stella Ly
man, Carl and Alta, Pilot Rock,
Wash.; Mary Ella Howard and
baby, Troutdale; E. L. Boynton,
Cstle Rock, Wash.; Adolprus Bol
lentyne. Laurel, Ore.; Mr. and
Mrs. L. P, Manning. Gresham.
Visitors: Mrs. Julia Reavis, Port
land, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bayes,
Mrs. Naomi Dighton, Newberg,
Ore." ." 1 'yi r -
Miss Anna Bishop of Salem was
married Tuesday to Michall Zell
more of Pittsburg.f Rev.'R. L.
Putnam officiated at the marriage
which was read at the Court Stree1
Christian crurch. v :
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Reid left
last evening , for Seattle" where
they will visit with their son, Dr.
V. M. Reid, for two of three day
and then return to Portland where
they will spend the remainder of
the week visiting with their two
daughters, Mrs. F. D. Howe - and
Mrs. Harry E. Eitx.
Mrs. J. D. Berwick and Miss
Hattie Lou Hill are spending the
week at Newport. -1 - "
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Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hoel and
their daughter Lesta are guests at
the home of Mrs. , Hoel's sister.
Mrs. B. W; Macy. i
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Brady,
recently of Salina, Kansas, who
have come to Salem to make their
home, have taken an apartment
at the Marion apartments. I l l
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'Miss Myrtle Knowland will leave
tomorrow to take up her work at
the G. F. Johnson Piano company
in Portland. Miss Knowland has
been in different music stores in
Salem for several years.
Mr. ; and Mrs.' Clarence :W.
Thompson are spending the week
end In Portland. -
X Mr. and Mrs. John J. Roberts
are spending some time at the
Miss Joy Turner visited tn Eu
gene this week.
Mrs. John Hurd entertained last
Sunday for Miss Lola F. Riggen
and Ralph W. Snider, who were
married Monday. The guests in
cluded the guests of honor, Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Riggen, Mr. and
Mrs. C. O. Copeland and .Velma
Copeland of Brooks. ! H
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The Ladles of the GAR met yes
terday at the armory for special
memorial services honoring Presi
dent Harding. The charter was
draped In ; mourning - for the de
parted - president, who was an
honorary member of the society.
Mrs. Coolidge Becomes First Lady
of Land ; Popular in Capital
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Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, wife of the new president, who waa Miss
Grace Goodhue of Burlington, Vt. - She was a former school teacher
and married Mr. Coolidge, October 4, 1905.
A number of Salem women attended the Oregon luncheon 'given
In ; Mrs. Coolidge's honor a year ago in Portland when with her
husband she visited the Pacific coast. , ' ...
Oregon City to
: Portland, Aug. It. Oregon
Federation of Women's clubs held
Its first board meeting since the
election of officers at Medford
last May, Tuesday morning in the
offices of Its president, Mrs.
Sadie Orr-Dunbar. Officers, and
directors from various sections of
me iisu .csme xor ims occasion
and much business of vital im
portance was accomplished. Fin
ishing up the business and as a
compliment to the directors and
board members, Mrs. Dunbar en
tertained them with a luncheon
at the Green Pheasant. Several
officers remained in Portland for
the week. , vV;
. One of the transactions of the
new board was the selection of
Oregon City for . its, next conven
tion.? The election of a general
federation state secretary was con
ferred upon Mrs. Ida B. Callahan,
retiring president of the state fed
eration. Mrs. Grace Watt Ross
was appointed .parliamentarian of
: Mrs. Arthur II. Johnston of this
city has been reappointed as
chairman of the endowment fund.
Endowment day is one of the red
tetter days of the federation cal
endar,1 and this year it falls on
November 7. Much discussion as
to the value of this fund and the
importance of keeping it up, en
sued. The scholarship loan fund, of
which Miss Jessie MacGregor is
chairman, was discussed by . Miss
MacCregor, who reports that loans
for the forthcoming year will ap
proximate. $5,000. ; ;
The board of directors voted to
continue the plan- adopted at the
Tillamook convention, whereby
department heads and chairmen
of standing committees should
meet with the executive board, re
gardless of the fact, they have no
vote. Three of these newly ap
pointed department heads, Mrs.
Alexander Thompson of the legis
lative department, Mrs. Charles H,
Castner. of Hood River, American
Citizenship department, and Miss
Vella Winner, publicity depart-
LIcdels for All Types
i of ridtrREa
In thm line of FEEOULSET COkS
ETS nod VIvlSTIO OIBSX9.
pUl Attmtlon to FitUag ,
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ment, met with the beard Tues
day. -Other .department heads
have not yet been appointed.
Mrs. Rosina Route Evans., of
Oregon City, who has been head
of the Chautauqua committee for
several years, has been reappoint
ed to that post. She reported on
its work and needs, and the de
velopment of service of this com
mittee will be taken up by a spe
Resolutions of sympathy were
voted to be sent Mrs. Harding, and1
Airs. Ida B. Callahan, who suffer-
ed the ,os9 of hep motheiv Mra,
Martha Burnett, recently. -
Among the directors and de-
partment heads present at the
meeting were: . Mrs. Dunbar, Mrs.
G. J. Frankel and Mrs. Leander
Martin of Portland; Miss Grace H.
Chamberlain, Ashland; Mrs. Eliza
beth McXary Albert, of Salem;
Mrs. William Bell, Roseburgi Mrs.
George Cochrane, La Grande; Mrs.
William Pollock, Forest Grove:
Mrs. Alexander Thompson of
Portland. Mrs: Charles H. Castner
of Hood River. ,
The Kansas City Symphony or
chestra, considered one of the best
musical organization of Its kind
outside of ' eastern cities, is con
templating .a Pacific coast trip.
George I, Corbett, representing the
organization, was In Salem , yes
terday discussing the possibility of
the musical group eoming to Sa
lem on this trip. The time when
it would he ' here would be prob
ably inflate January, and they
would 'give a. popular priced 'con
cert if a date is arranged.
The group Is known as the lit
tle orchestra with . a "skeleton, or
ganization of 22 men and the di
rector, N. DeRubertis, who has
been with it for six years. ' ,
' Musical appreciation and musi
cal memory work la cultivated by
the members of the orchestra dur
ing their, trips. The director has
striven to have the little orchestra
do little things well, and the big
things along with the little things
which is considered of greater im
portance in popular concert work.
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Mrs. Gertrude J. M. Page was
hostess laBt night at a pretty din
ner party in the rose room of the
Spa, The guests Included Rev.
and Mrs. Ward Willis Long, Mr.
and Mrs. F. J. Long of Ohio; Mr.
and Mrs., Millard Bevier, Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Albin, Roberta and
Leonard Bevier. Mr. and Mrs.
Bevier and their son and daughter
left last night for Marshfield.
Mrs. Ralph Cooley with her son
Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. Head
rick have just returned from a
week at the coast.
V SET FOOLISH FIRE
HOOD RIVER, Or.. Aug. 11.
Setting fire to scare away the
squirrels proved expensive for one
ranch.' 3. Amundson, In charge
of- the ranch place- of J. Nichols
of Philadelphia, claimed that dig
ger squirrels entered his bouse
and worried him. Yesterday he
het fire to a grass patch, around
the cottage to keep the animals
at a. distance. The fire spread
to a dry alfalfa patch in an or
chard and burned over 15 acres
of fruit trees and reached the
ranch of Carroll Hurlburt.
' Fifteen men were called in be
fore It was placed under control.
Amundson was arrested by State
Fire Warden Barnes, sentenced to
30 days in jail and fined 850 by
Justice of the Peace Outhank.
Smartly Fashioned Dresses for Women
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: Prettier than ever are the dresses for fall and winter. They are here
in a great array of rich silks, and handsome wool cloths, with 'tasteful
trimmings in irresistible hues. Jtt's just like this institution to be the'
first to bring them together' from the different parts of the country for
you to see. know and wear the fashion favored types early in the begin
ning of the season.' - v - r -
Silk Dresses $24 to $65 " ' Dresses $14 to $125
New Fall Coats $19.50 to $125 :
New Fall Suits $25 to59.S0 V
Your Mail Orders
receive '' careful and
prompt . attention- We
pay postage or express
within radius of a hun
ADVERTISING Is . the vehicle
of a powerful message
delivered daily to the thou
sands of readers of the news
papers and periodicals.
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AUGUST 12, 1923
CHARGES OF FRAUD
Wisconsin Man Missused
Mails Is Claim; Arnold
.' Says He Is Victim .
MADISON, Wis.. Aug. 11.--Victory
H. Arnold, banker and reviv
alist of this city, was arraigned
in the Federal court at Superior,
Wis., August 7 to answer to an
indictment charging him with us
ing the mails to defraud. Arnold
was president of the now bank
rupt Madison Bond company and
gained wide comment by his relig
ious revival meetings in New York
City and Madison before the Uni
ted States government began In
vestigating his alleged bond sell
ing work in Wisconsin.
The Federal Grand Jury, meet
ing here last December, returned
a complaint against Arnold which
pointed to transactions in which
investors were found to have lost
nearly 8600,000. Residents of
southern Wisconsin are largely
While those responsible for the
complaints leading to the lnd.'et-
Now Is a Good
Up to the last-mmuteasKions .
Coats - Suits -Dreoceo
Select now while you have the opportunity to get your
size and the style that' is particularly becoming to you.;
Be One of the First Ones
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For Sale or Rent
Real Estate Insurance
HE REASON -for advertising is rto establish and
maintain standards of value Tot merchandise and
service. Successful selling depends upon public accep
tance of values regardless of price. - -
ment claim that Mr. ArsoW MMK
lawfully acquired la7
money of other perwu-.
hlmse'f takes the
la a victim of "ricloue circle of
Madison business men" who op-
Thediciment sets out three
alleged scheme, which It "J.
fraudulent and which Arnold will
be called upon 2Sd
the court hearing. -HtaJS?S
with misrepresenting the value of
securities offered for aale by this
company, with attempting to ae
fraud investors out of company
bonds by offer of n m"JJ
note, and with causing the fI
arrest of company officials.
In December of 1921 Arnold
gave ihe needy ( of Madison i
Christmas dinner costing $25,000.
Thereafter he led a aerlea of re
vival meetings, at which he urged
a return to the teachings of the
Bible. .Then . he and his family
moved to New York where the
revival' meetings were continued.
A gushing matron F boMIii
up an afternoon affair and called
on a somewhat elderly damsel
who had promised to asslt, -Now"
patted the matron, "I have te
cured a aweet girl to pour tea.
You. my dear, will look after the
slices of lemon." '
"What am I to Infer - from
that?- asked the other- acidly.
Portland Silk Shop.
383 Alder St.
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