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; Mn. Louise! King acted as the
Instilling etficer at the lmpressiye
Installation service' tor the new
fficesr of the' Salem .Rebekah
lodge No. ' 1 at the Odd Fellows
kail Monday ereslnc- Mrs." Mild
red Nash ' la
the retijlng noble
' fraadLj..-' U '
. The newly
eje: Mra. i Florence ..Yarnell. no
q grand; Mm. Anna Beatty, ?lce
grand; Mra. Eugenia Siegmnnd,
'f, lecordlng secretary; 1 Mra, Elsie
Townaend. 1 financial - aeeretary;
Mrs. Louise King, treasurer; Era
lusher, warden; i Lulu McCIalne,
aoadactressT Mrs. - Anna Hnns--krj.
chaplain; Id Hochstettler.
V; ' inside guardian; Era Martin, out-
A aide guardian j , Grace .Taylor and
i; . .;Annai Henderson, right and left
vc -supporters of j the noble grand;
5-- Myrtle McCIalne and Agnes Coen-
burg, tight and left supporters of
the tici grand; and Erelyne Na
dermaa; musician: r ; -
i .Refreshments were seryed In
. the banquet nail following the
Installation serrice. , Baskets of
pretty flowers were attractlyely
,Y arranged about the room.
l ; V The hostesses were Era Martin,
Editk HcElroy, Barah Eaton, An-
Handssker, and : Louise Loreland.
- Mrs. Becke Entertains
' - For Surnmer Visitor
Mrs. Karl G. f Becke entertaln
, - ed informally at bridge Monday
afternoon honoring Miss Cleo
Haack, niece ot . Mrs. Clifford
Farmer, who Is a charming Sa
lem irisitor fer the summer. - .
The guests! included the honor
guest. Miss Haack, Mrs. Clifford
Farmer, Mrs. CSaudine -Edgerton,
'- , Mrs,j George L.- Rose. Mrs. John
. Carson, Mrs.' Gus. Hlson. Mrs.
Paul Hendricks, Mrs. Donald
: Young, Miss Helen Rose. A num
ber of the children of the guests
were also present.
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Here From Montreal
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Mrs. John !J. I Roberts is enter
taining Mrs. Frank Mr Slade and ;
Jier daughter Patricia of Montre- j
al. Canada, at her home on State
' street. Mrs.! Roberts and her
daughters, Mrs. John C. Watson I
Snd 1 Miss Mildred, .motored to
Portland Monday to meet Mrs.
Slade and Patricia. Mrs. Roberts
willjleare for Agate beach today
-where she will entertain Mrs.
Slade as her house guest, for
about two months.
Gives Surprise Shower
. The Neighborhood "500" club
., surprised Mir. and ' Mrs. Law
rence, Christnson with a kitchen
. shower in their home on Walker
f street Saturday erening.
In the group were Mr. and
Mrsl. F. C. Lutx, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Witzel. Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Bales,
Mr.i and Mrs. F. A;. Smith, Mr.
:' and! Mrs. Paul Bales. Mr. and
, Mra; Campbell,! Mrs. Mary Lewis,
Mtfr.j E. E. Lesley, 'Mrs. Frederick
i Smith and Helen. Don and Bar
fear Lutz. j
, y . WOODBTJtlN, July 9 The
rmews of ; the marriage of Miss
'Gerjtrudei .Elizabeth Shorey.
vdaujtr and Mrs. Lyman
t H s,a complete snr-
st of friends here.
- t married to R, N:
.sets, t i O'clock
: ... ud'home of ReT, C. D.
triho j married 'also at the
' - tame time Another couple. Miss
. Aliee Parkhlll, lister of the groom
- i and Art Tetten' beth of- Valsetx,
r' , making th jaffair - ar .double wed-
dlnpr. . .. ) , ; ,
Mrs. ParlthllL. wlio Is a gTad
oate of Woqdburn high school in
MieJ class of 1S28 is Tcry popular
1 here. She was editor of both
, h'gh school publications during
- j her senior year, the bi-monthly
"-r i. rauer. The iWlreless and the an
nusl. tlie Wohiscan. She was
ma nrominedtMn other school ac
i tlTitles. Since her graduation she
v has been taking nurses training
V - at St. Vincent's hospital in ron
lend. The young couple will make
'.' their home n Va'setx where Mr.
. fftrtWi u !oTed by the C. &
. M.jrallfoad Jcompany.
Miss Louise Nunn. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J.f J. Nunn. who for
' the nast yeir has been the Y. W.
v C.i A. secretary at Baker, Oregon,
s -left with her house guest, miss
Rnth Hewltit last night for Fort
: lervd for a prief stay.. Following
S, L . her Tisit In Portland Miss Nunn
t.. ? wiil return ito. htr work at Baker.
-' Mrtbof baby boy July 5 to Mr,
and Mrs. .Victor Rhodes (Elrlra
- Tonng) who were-beth students at
i Rhode was a Beta Chi and Mr,
RhftdM wai a SlCT Tau. Mr
nd Mrs. Rhodes are making, their
; home in Raymond, wasnington.
T RTAYTOJi. - JulT 9. Miss Ida
5 1 Frank of this city was married at
Roseburg' on. Wednesday to Vern-t
i oni Williams I of Glenaaie. . airs,
f Williams taught in the Glendale
i school the iast year and plans to
4 teach, there again this falL The
young i couple . went to the Coos
' Bay beaches for .their - wedding
: trip. " . ' ' ' ' ' . '
r. Snd Vrs. 1 F.' Griffith 'are
: . entertaining - Mr.-1 and Mrs. Bert
- Ford and their: small son and
; Miss Rnth Griffith, at their sm.
" mer home: at Neskowin. : "
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:1U lir T9tnnk eArly
inUhe weekjlrom visit of three
V -weeks Jn Seattle with her sister
Mrs. D. DePeatt.
f Miss f Leila" Rtgdoa is pendiag
a Jfew weeka at The Damon ( at
i Newport. Miss Margery Fontaine
cf 'Jeffersoi 1 Is Iher uest there.
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Ziuv UV DoixjSoctetv Editor
Wednesday : !
Ladies Aid society of
Christ Lutheran church,, af
- Women's organisations! of
Jason Lee M. E. church, pic
nic, Mrs. L. M. Schartf."2037
Nebraska street, 10:30 to 4
o'clock. Picnic lunch at 12.
W. M. S. First Christian
church 2; 30 o'clock: in the
Ladies' Guild American
Lutheran -church wat 2:30
o'clock in church parlors.
W. M. S. First Presbyteri
an church meets at 2:30
o'clock in church parlors.
Board and members of
First Spiritual church, at 8
o'efcek with Mrs. Eaton, 467
Thursday j :
Installation of officers, TJnit
ed Artisans, capital assembly.
closed beetihg. ;
Ecclesla club luncheon 12
o'clock at Spa.
Ladles' Aid society, W; R.
C. all 4ayquilting session at
fair grounds. Potluck lunch
Daughters of Veterans reg-
ular meeting at 8 o'clock in
Woman's clubhouse en NOrth
Improved Order ot Red-
men and Degree of Pocahon-
tas joint installatioEpit tint-
, on hall. : !
The board members of the
First Spiritualist church will
meet Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Sa
rah Eaton, 467 North 21st street.
All members are urged to attend
as delegates to the state conven
tion to be held in Salem next
September will be elected.
Miss Hollls VIek who has been
for the past year the T. Wi C. A.
secretary at Springfield, Ohio, is.
here for the summer -visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mra. -George VJck.
Miss Tick, is graduate of Will
amette university a&d member
of the Beta CM sorority, -j
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Mr. and Mrs. Brejman Boise
entertained, the Lewis Griffiths
aadthe Freeerielc Deekebacbs at
a house party at their attractive
cottage at Seal Rock over the
The Neighborhood mM" elub
will meet for the last time this
summer Saturday evening with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter i Gerth ' as
hosts In their West Salem home.
YV !& ULLyLl fcNVLP IJI U Lr LI
for ythe; bride's
name of her own
.-gifts of silver qr plat
ed ware that the
bride would buy for :z
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Tbe Statesman 15c Practical
v A colorfully designed pique or
percale will be deUghtful for this
adorable tot's rig. Extremely
smart are the raglan shoulders
forming a yoke in hack. Fullness
is obtained through gathers below
the yoke and ; collar.
A plain color or white pique is
used for the trimming ot j collar,
caffs and front panel A narrow
ruffling of the material, or em
broidery, may be' used around the
collar, cuffs and panel. .
May be obtained only In sixes 2,
4 and C. Size 4 requires!; 2 3-4
yards of 3Cdnch material and 3-4
yard for trimming, C
This model is easy to make. No
dressmaking experience is neces
sary. Each pattern comes to yon
with simple and exact Instructions
Including yardage for erery siie
A perfect fit is guaranteed.: j-
Patternswlll be delirered upon
receipt of fifteen cent (ISc) in
coins carefully wrapped or
stampsv Be sure to write jplalnly
your name, address, style number
and size wanted. j
Our latest fashion book will be
sent upon receipt of ten cents
in coin. Address all mail and or
ders to The ' Oregon Statesman
Pattern Department, 2431 West
17th street New York City.
Elntertain at Shower
Miss Irene and Miss
Breithaupt entertained a
of their Alpha Phi sorer!
ters at the Breithaupt home Mon
day evening to slrewer Mrs. J. L.
Pearson (Mildred Cannoy), Mrs.
Pearson, who Was a bride of
June 30. is now on her wedding
trip en route to her new home in
New York through Connecticut
The shower gifts will be! mailed
to her as soon as she is establish'
ed in New York.
The guests of Miss Irene and
Miss Helen Monday evening in.
eluded Dorothy Taylor. Dorothy
Gordon, Dorothy Eastridge. Hel
en Curry, Maxine TJlrich, j Bonlta
Edwards, Muriel White and Lu
Salem friends will be interested
to learn of the- marriage of Miss
Lois M. Allen, daughter) of Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Allen of this .city,
to A. F. Gilbert of Boise, Idaho.
July 3. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert will
make their home in Portland.
Mr. and' Mrs. W. E. Moses are
opening their pretty Cottage,
"Overlook," a Bayocean this
week-end with a house t party.
Their guests will include Mr. and
Mrs. Frank, EL Churchill and Pro
fessor and Mrs. T. 8. Roberts.
The Ladies Guild of the Am.
erican Lutheran church will hold
their regular meeting this after
noon at 2:30 o'clock In the social
rooms of the church. The host
esses today will be Mrs.! P. W.
Eriksen and Mrs. Carl Bahlburg.
Mrs. Anna Peters returned Sun.
day to ber home In Woodbura af
ter- spending, last week visiting
here with her two sons, B. E. Ot
jen on Rural! avenue and-August
Otjen on Route 7. u
v . e J
i STAYTON, I Jnly STwo cou
ples were united la marriage at
the parish frsuse in Sublimity
Sunday. Tbey were Mrs. M. Pieser
and Joe Breitenstein and
Ebiis and Stephen Weber.
Miss Jennie Antrlcan
and Derrel Hewitt of Rickreall
were quietly married July 7. TTe
young people will make tbeir
home with Mr. and Mrs. O. O.
Hewitt at Rlekreall f er a tinie. '
President and Mrs. Cjam 0.
Doney and Mr. and Mrsv Paul
Doney who are their geests . for
the summer spent the week-end
at Newport 1
CIIEGON STATESIIAII. Salda, Orojwu Wednesday Morning, July 10, 1923
Simpson Clan Reunion
Planned for July 28
The Simpson ' elan -will f bold
their family reunion . this year at
the state fair grounds July 28.
The feature ot the day will, be a
basket dinner, j 1 r
The Simpson dan includes the
descendants of William and Mary
Simpson and their tea children
all of whom crossed .the plaint In
1848 by ox and wagon train, Wil
liam Simpson was Baptist min
ister and it was he who, performed
the first wedding ceremony on
record at the Marlon county court
house. I ' t .; T
Among the children who settled
in Salem Sand ; its vicinity: was
Thomas, who died in short time
and left family in Silverton. and
David, a welt-remembered Salem
pioneer. Among- the others were
James Barnett and Benjamin of
Marlon ' county; Martha Ford,
Elisabeth WIsdon, Ellanor Ander
son, Harriet "Price and James, bet
ter, known as Jimmy to Ms old
friends in and about Shaw. ;
The children, grandchildren and
great grandchildren of these pio
neers' will jail be represented at
this reunion event. J
Leslie Women Plan
The Home Missionary and the
Ladles' Aid societies of the Les
lie Methodist church aye plan
ning an interesting meeting In the
way of a Joint session this afternoon-
at the church.
Mrs. W. J.. Linfoot and Mrs.
Mason Bishop, 'as presidents of, the
societies are in charge of arrange
ments for the day. At noon there
will be a ipotluck luncheon fol
lowed by the business session in
I i e
WOODBURN, July 9 News of
the marriage of Homer W. Settle
mler, son pf Mr. and' Mrs. E. E.
Settlemler of Woodburn and Miss
Haxel Stewart, daughter of Mrs.
Pear Stewart of Corvallls. reach
ed here after the couple had been
quietly married at the home, of
the groom's sister, Mrs. J. C. El
more of Garden Grove, Califor
nia. July 3. Only a few relatives
and friends were In attendance
and the ceremony was officiated
by Dr. J. N. Occletree of Garden
Grove. ! j -
After the reception following
the ceremony the couple left for
a honeymoon tour of the beaches.
Upon their return from their trip
they will make their home in
Both of i the young people at.
tended the Oregon Agricultural
College and Mrs. Settlemier Is a
member ot the Kappa Delta sor
ority, Mr. Settlemier was a grad
uate of the W. H. S. class of. '22
and Mrs. Settlemier was a: grad
uate of the Oregon State Normal
school before attending O. A. C.
A group of Beta Chi sorority
members, both active and alum!
nae, enjoyed a luncheon at the
Gray Belle Tuesday at noon. In
cluded In the group were Ruth
Hewitt of Portland, Beatrice
Lockhart of Hlllsboro, and Louise
Nunn, Mary Lonise Aiken, Gay-
neile Beckett,- Rosalind Van
Winkle, Mildred Pugh and Roby
Laugulln, all of Salem.
The . Presbyterian Women's
Missionary society of the First
Presbyterian church will! meet
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in
the Church.' Mrs,-,Georse R.i Vehrs
will have charge of the program
Mr; and Mrs Louis Laehmund
were .the week-end guests or Mrs,
F, W. Thompson at her Neskowin
cottage. . - :
Plain and figured pat-
terns the very latest
summer styles. An ex
ceptional buy at
Youllneed at least! two
of them and you'll want
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jnore -we know, because
we just unpacked them.
M . ! d - : I .
Cotton Wash Dresses for stret and spotts.wear,
dozens of styles from which to choose.
Ensembles at 15 to 4.4
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Score of Issues Up But Gen
eral Tendency is 0nej
of Great Caution j
NEW YORK, Jury 9. AP)
Reactionary -tendencies were pxe-
valent among recent favorites, in
todays stock market, and about
-score- of issues were again bid
op to record levels. - - W
American Telephone became a
market leader, rising J points to
241,- new peak, in buying based
on expectations of nigh earnings
from its. talking; motion picture
patents and on the satisfactory
operating; Income lor the first 5
months of the year, showing a
gain of about ten per cent.
American Can was bid up, about
S points to a 'new high. ;The de
cline In building is said to have
affected this " company "but " little
owing ' to Us "growing ''foreign
business.' r -
Colombian Carbon, -Cutler
Hammer, Lackawanna, O.' S. To-
bacco, Montgomery Ward, and!
American Machine and Foundry
made wide gains, the first three
reaching new high gTound. Utili
ties received renewed attention,'
on the-theory that the recent sell
ing movement in this group had
run its cour: Philadelphia Co.,
and People's Gas shooting up 16
and 20 point j to new tops. Cop
pers received better support than
for some time ' past, particularly
Anaconda and Greene Cananea.
The market - was particularly
unsettled by a bear raid on the
motors around midday, whleh wis
facilitated by renewed apprehen
sions apparently based upon noth
ing tangible, of sharp decline
In production after the high rate
of activity in recent months. Gen
eral Motors ahdK Chrysler were
sent down about 3. points, while
Auburn fell back nearly 12. Case
Threshing lost 13 points in profit
taking on its recent violent up
swing, and such important issues
Electric, Atchison, Allied Cheml
as U. S. Steel, Radio, General
cal. Union Pacific ' and Eastman
Kodak lost 2 to 4 points. Pere
Marquette yielded 10 points of
yesterday's 15 point rise.
Clutte Peabody dropped 6 points
to a new low for the year at 52.
but rallied a little later upon
abandonment of a proposed mer
ger with Interstate Department
VALEXTINO IN U. 8.
NEW YORK, Jnly 9. (AP)
Jea Valentino, 14 year old neph
ew of the late Rudolph Valentino,
arrived today on the line (Vir
ginia, traveling to Hollywood on
a pilgrimage to the tomb of his
We print Letter Heads, Bus
iness Caf ds, Posters, Signs, 000k-
lets, almost anything in pur Job
shop. Call 500 tor prices.
A delightful guest of the Sea
son Is Mrs. Everett A. Moses of
West Palm "Beach, Florida, who
Is in Oregon for the summer vis
iting Mrs. Earle M. Daue here
and Mrs. E. A. Fisher and Pro
fessor and Mrs. Rex Lothorp at
Mrs. . Genevieve Howard Is to
sing over KGW tonight between
the boars of and 10 o'clock.
She will sire a full song recital.
Mrs. Howard is well known in Sa
lem. She was for years a pupil
of Dr. Hans Seits.
The Past Martons' picnic which
was to have .been held Thursday
at the Rlverdale park, will not be
held on account of Mrs. Kant
Popular Prices -
Than Score Of Countries
: By . D. HAROLD OLIVER .
Associated Press Staff Writer
WASHINGTON, July 9 (AP)
-f-More than a score of 'commun
ications from foreign, govern
ments j expressing opposition to
the bouse tariff bill will be made
public tomorrow by lie senate .fi
The committee, now holding
hearings on the measure, is re
ceiving the notes of protest from
the state department as fast as
they are delivered by the diplo
matic officers in this city. Chair
man Smooi, In a. brief statement
said the. communications were
"similar In substance to former
. "Representatives of foreign
countries' he added, "make pub
lie their grievances because con
gress Intends to Impose a tariff
against; imports from -those coun
tries j . - r
la Democratic - Quarters,. how
ever, the notes were described as
'representing;, a world-wide pro
test against the house bill. The
Democratic - national ' ' committee
office' said It was "nothing new
Will Purchase Every Subscriber of The
Oregon Statesman Between the Ages
of 15 and 70 a
Don't spend another centuntil you have invested $1 for
this protection!, j You need it. Your family is entitled' to
it. Take care of it this minute. , Sign the, application
below and mail ;it to us with your dollar. It -yvill be the
wisest thing you
secure tor a whole year.
U. S. Tariff
for i foreign countries to j register,
disapproval of 1 tariff ! Jevies
against their products, but never
in the whole history; of our tariff
raising has resentment been so
deep or universal '
deration of Senator Harrison 01
Mississippi, a minority member. f
the finance : committee that
"there is today an impression
throughout the . world that this
government has inaugurated an
imperialistic policy in trade 'and
commerce as baneful in its effect
as air Imperialistic wary n ?
There is ' hardly a European
or South American . country that
has not made vigorous ' .protest
against the proposed increases
carried In the house tariff bill,"
Harrison continued. "Up to dale
38 protests have been lied. The,
sentiment against ns in ; Europe
has reached' such a - magnitude
(that conferences! have been called
te devise some plan f retaliation
againstns." V '. .
; The Mississippi "senator dosed
his statement 'with a-demaad that
the notes be made publle, con
For How Little Yo4 Cari
Protect Yourself Against
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have ever done and
INSURANCE APPLICATION AND
THE NEW OREGON STATESMAN
. Salem, Oregon.'. t ;
Gentlemen: , V . ' ;
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derstood that The New Oregon Statenman Is to be delirered o
my address regularly each day by your authorized carrier and
I shall pay him for the same, at the regular established rate
of SOc per month. " r; "' -
I am not now a subscriber lo The New Oregon Statesman ( : ).
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I am enclosing payment of f tW Policy fee. I am to re.
eelre a f lO.OtMuOO Trarel Accident Insurance policy . tssneA
by. the North American Accident Insurance Company 6' Clii
cago, 'Illinois. . ' ' - - .
Ff'I C.L.J-; U-ai L 1 "a
- until AJuizLiiuuiiiis liiiiic uc ecj ci Jizrire .
tending this nation was losing the
high ; position! attained, In th
World war "through this new im
- 4The whole world Is becoming
angered at us," he said, "Canada,
on the northhas been one of out
best friends and customers; The
same Is true with Cuba and many
of the South American countries,
especially Bsazll and Peru. If
many of the present rates carried
in the house bill are retained, -our
exports tions to those countries
will be further decreased : and
those markets may be completely
lost to ns."
1 Many ot the notes which come
principally from European coun
triMi are understood "to be mere
ly -etpressions Irom particular in
dustries in ttKeienirjes wnicn
are able to getbeir;yie.ws before
rnvrrimen,OBry 'through di.
plomatlc channels-.-Jo such in
stances the governments aci, uuu
as a forwarding-! agent -ior mu.
vidual protestants and, Uke no
official stand themselves.
GOLDEN RlJLB iFtRM FOUNDED
SACRAMENTO July S.-(AP)
An organisationf jiurporting to
carry out the golden rule teaching
of the Bible , today filed articles
ot IneonwratiqlLt ,v - 'r
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. The Oregon Statesman and The
Pertland Telegram, two great
dailies for to cents per month. To
order phoneJSdO. . , . , .
you may then feel
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