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ociety and Club News
'Adelaide V. Lake
Of Interest To Women
The Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon.
h Wed To
v fnr the wedding
Blake and WiU
ijjiss ' vr.nnnnced yes-
Woe K wuo r .
! woe. ' .., at the home of
,frrr;ot3. Mr. and m.
e uriac r wlllnu Lake.
lly r ' ..d the imores-
. friends ww
Le service. ,,.,, van flpr.o-
IMU too, their wedding
I Rev J. J- "
J Christian church, officiat-
I, Tbe bride was u. -fwn
of white satin, adorned
I. made lace, and she
tied a bride s bouquet " She
Inched the r ; ;
her sister, Miss Florence Blake
r . r.f nreandv. Her
Luet was pink rose buds. Tiny
Lot Jane Buiz, a -r.
.u nf Modesto, California.
IKe of the bride, was the charm
. .,,. irl. Her dresB was of
Kite organdy with many ruf-
The groom was accompanied by
brother, Frank woeiK, 01
mm. as best man. L-onen-
In's wedding march was play
h mibs Lena Huckestein and
Ess Mary Lebold sang "I Love
lou Truly, accumpaimsu j
laoo and by Miss Norma Myers
, the violin. Following the ser
in supper was served to the
Irty guests present.
Mr. Woelk is the daughter of
r, and Mrs. William Blake, of
illow Lake. She is a graduate
Sacred Heart academy with
L class of 1920. Mr. Woelk Is
it son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
ttoelk, of Salem, and is president
the American Brass and
ironze company, of Portland.
hie counle left by motor for a
Hp to northern points and will
i at home after July 1 at 1332
Bvlsion street, Portland.
Coming to The Grand Theatre
Playing Friday Matinee Saturad Matinee and evening.
Mrs. Van Lydegraf
,Is Surprised by Friends
Mrs. John Van Lydegraf was
'surprised on Tuesday afternoon
.when a group of friends caino to
her home on Hazel avenue for an
impromptu afternoon. Baskets,
filled with refreshments were
Butter began iummnsr this brought by the ladies who also
morning on the retail market with showereQ upon Mrs. Van Lyde-
the threatened increase annuunc- I many useful presents. They
ed yesterday. Instead of increas-1 also DrouSht bouquets of spring
ing only one cent on a pound in Ilowers which they arranged
wholesale price, it went up two labout the rooms. Those present
which forced the retailers tolwere MrS- J' J- G"le8P'e. Mrs. A.
change their price to 36 and 37 Van Lydegraf, Mrs. W. D. Ash
cents. I mo". Mrs. M. Yale, Mrs. Myers,
Country butter is about fivn Mrs- w- Pau'. Mrs. Boyde, Mrs.
cents lower than the product of ' J- B- Van Lydegraf, Mrs. R. C.
ii Errett Woods
Dallas, June 2. One of the
t interesting weddings of the
fecial season was solemnized at
fee home of C. J. Shreeves oi Dal-
ytsterday at 11:30 o'clock
lien his daughter, RoBsibell
breeves, was united in marriage
Errett A. Woods of Albany.
the couple was united In the
presence of the members of the
tmediate family, Miss Mabel
topkins, of Portland, and Miss
da Campbell, of Dallas. ' The
ride wore a blue serge tailleur
ind carried a corsage bouquet of
ink roses. The groom wore a con
ditional suit of blue. Rev. James
Klciated while Varney Shreeves,
(other of the bride, acted as best
lan and Miss Hopkins was brides
laid. Immediately after the wed-
ling breakfast, the young couple
Marted for their honeymoon.
M7 will be at home in Albany
the near future where Mr.
Foods is engaged in the automo
Runde and Mrs. John Van Lyde
the creamery. The price varies,
however, with appearance and
quality and judging from til HHP
who supply the public great im-' Missionary from India
provement could be made in both j Will Speak Friday Night
these qualifications. Miss Louisa Lee, a returned
Eggs will rise. Reports state I missionary from India, will speak
that the market is firmer and at 8 o'clock Friday evening be
some shippers here have received j fore a meeting of the Woman's
offers of 19 cents a dozen from Missionary society of the First
Portland houses. A big jump will
perhaps be announced tomorrow.
Strawberries did not change in
price today. When the crest of the
Presbyterian church. She is the
daughter of Rev. George Lee, of
Newberg, and has many friends
in Salem. All friends of Miss Lee
season Is reached the housewife ! and members of tife church are
no doubt can obtain her canning ! invited to be present. The meet-
berries for one dollar a crate. ing will open at 7:30 with a short
The Oregon peas are on the, business session, as this is the
market today for 25 cents a regular monthly session of the so-
pound; green onions, 10 cents, 'ciety.
and new beets 10 cents a bunch. I
The end of the pineapple sea
son is near. Those now on the
market are not very good; by
careful choosing good ones can
be obtained for 17 cents a pound.
Mr. and Mrs. Eason
Are Moving to Hood River
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Eason, who
have lived in Salem for the past
An entertainment by the local
chapter of tut Elks lodge was put
on last night at Independence as
part of the work of the 'big
brother" movement of the order.
A program of similar nature was
given at Silverton not long ago
by the same group.
In charge of the music for the
affair was Dan Langeuberg and
a number of local musicians were
enlisted for the occasion. Mrs.
Arthur Rahu, Mrs. W. Carlton
Smith, Mrs. W. H. Prunk and
Miss Ava Miller, accompanied by
Miss Ruth Bedford, gave quartet,
solo and duet numbers. Mrs.
Rahn also contributed readings.
Men who appeared on the pro
gram were Charles Archerd, who
made a short address, Carl Ga
brielson, Carl Hinges, Albert Egan
and Claude Stevenson, who sang.
A short skit was also produced
by Mr. Hinges and Mr. Gabriel
son. Included with the group of
ladies who added so much to the
occasion was little Miss Clarke,
who contributed some fancy danc
ing. E. A. Kurtz was chairman
of the committee in charge of the
Girl Lures Mew
Into Hands Of
Miss Downing One of
Dallas' First June Brides
Dallas, June 2. The first of
the June brides to appear at the
Dallas court house was Leona M.
Downing of Independence, who
has been employed in the tele
phone office at that place. Miss
Downing is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. L. Downing of Inde
pendence. She was married to
Ernest E. Lincoln ov Independ
ence, who is employed as a log
ger. The young couple were mar
ried by Rev. MacKenzie of the
Presbyterian church in the coun
ty clerk's office at high noon, in
the presence of Mr. and Mrs.
Downing. They will reside in In
dependence immediately after
their honeymoon on which they
departed shortly after the ceremony.
Trip to Beaches
Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Anderson
and daughter, Dorella. returned
Tuesday evening from a trip
which included Seaside, Astoria
and the Tillamook beaches.
Hiss B ruder
Visits in Portland
Miss Elsie Bruder, of the asses
sor's office, spent the early part
of the week in Portland as the
guest of Miss Harriet La Rue, for
merly of this city.
Will Meet Tonight
The Improvement league and
Floral society will meet tonight tit
8 o'clock in the Commercial club
Trip to Enterprise
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Marvin left
Salem Tuesday morning for En
terprise where they will visit rel
atives for two weeks. They are
making the trip by automobile.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
At Oregon City
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oglesby
motored to Oregon City on memor
ial day and visited there at the
home of friends.
lit III! li i Hull MM
Has House Guest
Mrs. Mary Ferguson, of New
port, is spending several days in
Salem as the guest of Mrs. Ed
Tt "Food -Drink" for All Ages.
Quick Lunch at Home, Office, and
Fountains. AA for HORUCK'S.
KtrAvoid Imitations & Substitute!
For Thr Generations
Hav Mad Child-Birth.
Easier By Using
WtlVI rod BOOKLIT ON MOTMBSMOOD AMD THt BAIT. KCf
MOMM BtulAToaCO..Dirt.-O.AtLlA. ,
Friends in Salem
E. F. Carleton, superintendent
of schools at Eugene, is a guest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Elects Officers Tomorrow
The Missionary society of the
First Christian church will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 in
the church parlors. Election of of
ficers will be held. Hostesses for
the affair are Mrs. D. D. Olm-
fead, Mrs. H. M. Styles and Mrs.
Margaret Lawrence, alias "Ger
tie the Gun Girl," alias "Lucille
DeVoe," protographed in Chicago
where she is under arrest charged
with having lured acd robbed
drivers of motor cars. Margaret
confessed to the police, saying:
"It really was so terribly easy.
Sometimes I'd work it alone and
sometimes another girl would go
with me. We'd stroll tilong until
we saw a real sporty looking car
with a sort of sporty looking fel
low in it. They kind of go to-
gethter. I'd direct him to drive
us to a lonely spot to meet another
girl. There, Instead of my girl
friend, there'd be a couple of the
boys with revolvers, hold him up
and even take his car away from
him. On, It was too easy."
Trip to California
Mrs. Willis S. Moore returned
yesterday from California where
she made an extended trip.
Sworn proof of aatr growth after bald
aeaa. Amajlng repoof leariontof oaen
of KoUlko, In ttopplBB loa of balr, ove
romiog dandruff, oooqaorlug bald nee,
Here's the (alrrat offer to the world
use Kotalko. U H doesn't do ail yon
expect, ret yonr money -bark! For gel
put bad lurk with your hair. This u
something di'feront. Got a small boi of
KOTAUCO at any busy dmMrijt.
Guarant ee and direction with the boa.
Show ru friondl this adaaWwaaianl,
Miss Ellen Thlelsen and Mrs.
H. B. Thlelsen plan to leave to
day as members of a party motor
ing to California. They will go as
far south as Los Angeles.
A crew of 25 men left Albany
recently for some of the oevasiated
lands burned over the second tima
near Mount Jefferson, whore they
wil plant 175,000 3-year-old fir
Hot A Bleminh
aaice or ner
complexion. Permanent and temporary
akin tMtiMea am effectively concealed.
Reduce unnatural color and corrects
Creasy saint. Highly analeptic.
c r re - T-i-i ci
fa FERD. T. HOPKINS & SON. New York
. , . . two years, plan to leave next
Ling cod will be on the market , . XT . , u M
ween lur ninju rurci w uci w es.
1 Society Has
i All Day Meetiner
The Aid society of the Engli-
Cnited Brethren church
i entertained Wednesday at an
fl 7 meeting at the home of
Herbert Richmond, on North
Mi street. Dinner was served
fie hostess. In the aft
"otionals were led h
P Blodgett, of Mansion, Wash-
Mr. Blodgett was formV
Pastor here in Sniom
N welcomed back when he vls-
' " 0li Parish on this occa-a
-P10 Pent were Rev. and
Will Blodgett, of Mansion,
JWinEton; Mrs JuIa BlodKetti
-merva Rowef Mr8 Harry
. Albert Feustman,
L- K. Stennen Un vii.
Ij Mrs. I. r nrrr-w"-
W-j virrreiie, SHU.
' "way, Mrs. Ell 2a. Slniaov
Md Wilbur, Mrs. Henry'
today and tomorrow for 11 cents j
a pound. Other fish for Friday
remain at the same price.
Los Anspeles will Visit
Dr. and Mrs. T. C. Smith, Sr,
and Mr. and Mrs. William B.
Smith, of Los Angeles, are expect
ed to arrive in Salem on Friday
and will visit here for about two
months with Dr. and Mrs. T. C.
Smith, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Smith for
merly lived In Salem and are very
well known here. They are mak
ing the trip by motor.
Eason will oversee work in con
nection with the road project
there. Mr. Eason is in the state
True way to bosoms assnoar, earns, healthy,
ii now yours. See ths pictures; too ahedowa
am to fin you ides of atsa Mors reduction ot
rreagat, no starnac or isoKrus aaerewe. no
kg with salts, etc.; no a
thyroid, so loss of tan. nst JKrft
follow the simple, essy Kcrein -SEJ
system andiwsluee t0laO . ' Y
asafX sounds (wast- V
Bm star you seed staT jV
WT " to) aader money-refund troar-F;-
Jm antes. Sals, rshabkr, reeom
0earF Branded by phyaierans. Add to
Vtra. your capability and charm.
. II fjn asisss all who know you. Be
V N SJaC ensaa Itahtsr la eten.younsor
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fejL an .
ri"nt aar-S Takaan at an ss-
end refreabaa, to
Meetintr of Writers
Section IS rostponea , appsanuos, attrnatjva, (sin Ui hsslta, add
The meeting of the Writers sec- rears to your Ilia I Take yonr maaeaiemants
!r.n r.f fho Srrlom Arts league I . wsioktsfum sadloak .styoumell 1. asa-ror
. .v... u. - is eaow ih (rsat sen em. troo roes any
Which wa8 announced for 'ines- nam Usui surt aow sad moy the thrill o(
. . iu. , hoeessuw deader. Ask for bo of ROKCIM
day Of this week has been post- TAW (peeewaaeed aereeal at ssy dnre
poned until Monday of next week smm. Aasept aoomts. 0Jjf i-oe
. , , . . t , n to u lor Mt or wiite for irMBcwcawt,
when it will be held at the home garcla Ca, IF-II, Italin I. lew Tart, 1 f.
of Mrs. J. C. Nelson.
Designed by designers who know, and made up of
exquisite materials in a profusion of colors, may now
be found on our racks.
Canton Crepes, Crepe de Chines, Georgettes, Taffetas,
Organdies they're all here in all colors and all sizes.
There is a style to fit every figure and a price to fit
THEY RANGE FROM
$8.25 to $39.50
We have new Blouses coming in every week. Always
Successor to Fuiertoiis
SSUteStt SKocOre. 114 N. Librrty
Low Back East
Round Trip Fares
DAILY JUNE 1 TO AUGUST 15
Oregon Electric Ry.
Spokane, Portland and Seattle By,
Great Northern By.,
Northern Pacific By.,
and All Other Connecting Lines.
Salem to Points named, and Return.
Many other points in proportion
Chicago J 109. 25 Minneapolis $$0 05 Kansas City $90.05
SL Louis ....$103.85 St. Paul $0 05 Omaha $t0.05
j Milwaukee $105.65 Duluth $80.05 St. Joseph ... $90.05
I Des Moines $100.25 Colo. Spsi .... $79 85 Denver . $79. $5
I U.mnhli llll 15 Naw Orleana 130 ,5 Council Bluffs 90 05
Plus 8 War Tax.
Choice of Routes and Stopovers in each direction. Long
Limits. Fares one way via California quoted on request.
Through tickets sold, sleeping car arrangements made
and baggage checked. Details will be furnished on
Excessive and disagreeable per
spiration checked by application
of the new deodorant, Marinello
We carry the Hygenia brushes
best on the market for clennllncss
jstid sanitation. Also a complete
line of switches, double mesh nets
and everything in 'hair goods.
Mrs. Irene Scott
Phone 1690 125 N. High
'After Every Meal
Cist tbrtce-ditiy benefit from UI
iKl fbls low-cost aid to tiff
appetite and dtaestton ffji
w It keeps teeth white ill
breath sweet ml
li and throat jU
Makes yoor ml
1 x 5c 1
The Flavor Lasts
Phone Main 727
Jf. W. RFTCHIE, Agent
Ore no isic Railway
Pity the Blind Man
Some days you'll see him, slowly, hesitatingly, feeling
his way. At other times he has a guide who quickly leads
him where he wants to go.
When you shop without advanee knowledge of where
to go to get the best, you are feeling your way.
The advertisements in the newspapers are guides.
They will tell you where to go to get the best quickly.
And they are a guarantee of satisfaction. The con
sistent advertiser pays money to tell you about his goods.
He knows they are good he backs them with his money
because he believes they'll satisfy. Only merchandise
which is consistently good can be consistently advertised.
Read the advertisements and buy the advertised
products. Don't spend your money blindly. Get dollar's
worth for a dollar by buying products that have proved
their worth under the glare of publicity.