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DAlLv CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1904.
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A very enjoyablo social event was
a "Plato Shower" glvon yesterday by
two sowing clubs, tho "Leisure Hour"
and the "P. W. J." at the St. Paul's
rectory. The guest of honor was Miss
LIzzetto Falk who Is soon to be mar
ried to Mr. "William "Walton, Jr., a
former Salem boy but now of Port
land. The afternoon was most enjoy-
ably spent and In tho evening a dain
ty supper was: served to which a num
ber of their gentlemen friends were
present. Later tho young people
visited the Edison theater after which
they returned to the rectory and spent
tho remainder of tho evening very
pleasantly with numerous pastimes.
Thoso present were:
Misses LIzzetto Falk, Lois Coshow,
Neva Grlswold, Bertha Kay, Helen
Calbreath, Bess Tlllson, Florence Till
son, Dot Berry, Miss Daugherty of
Portland, Miss Harris of McMInn
vllle, Miss Wiley of Portland and Mrs.
Joe Evans, Messrs. Will Walton, Joo
Evan3, Will Burghardt, Frank Catter
lln, Romeo Goulet, ICInnoy Miller,
Claudo HIbbard, Chas, Fuller Frank
Douglas, Roy Bishop, Chauncoy Bish
op, Fred Thlelsen, Ed Thlolsen, Al
bert Springer, 'Sam' Young, Paul Wal
lace and Douglas Jessup.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hopf announce the
engagement of their daughter, Anna
Georgene, to Mr. Leonard Harold
Pockman, of Portland. Tho wedding
will take place this month. No cards.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fawk announce
tho marriage of their daughter, LIz
zetto Carlis, to Mr. William Walton,
Jr., of Portland, the wedding to take
place Wednesday, Juno 8th, at 8:15 p.
Next week the music lovers of
Salem will be given tho opportunity
to attend two events which will be
much enjoyed. On Tuesday evening,
June 7th, and Friday, Juno 10th, Miss
Beatrice Shelton's pupils will give re
cital. Tuesday evening alio will be
assisted by Mrs. Halllo. Parrlsh
Hnges, vocal, and Miss Elma Byrne,
reater. On Friday night, by Mrs. W.
Carlton Smith, vocal, and Miss Ger
trude Johnson, reader. Tho muslcales
Highest Price paid at Fry'a
Drug Store, Salem, Oregon.
Parties desiring to hold their
bark for higher prices, will be glv
on Free Storage at our warehouse.
Wo are tho largest buyers of
Chlttlm Bark, Oregon Grape Root,
Oregon Balsam of Fir and Bees
Wax. Wo will buy for cash, sell on
commission, or give you free stor
age. Wrlto or call upon us before
you sell. DANIEL J. FRY, Whole
sale and Retail Druggist, Salem,
There is no other such deal
tea baklfif-powder fptcu
coffee flavoring extract! soda
as Schilling's Best; no other
such goods; the goods account
for the dealing.
WHI I I I IH-H-I-HHHH-I
i Fresh Today
:: CHOCOLATE CHEWS J
J 154 State St. Phone 1971 $
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t We Are
:: for Eggs Today i:
:: Commercial Cream Co. :;
225 Com'l St.
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will begin at 8 o'clock, and the pub-s
He Is invited.
Miss Cox Muslcale.
A number of tho pupils of Mls3 Eva
Cox gave a vory successful muslcale
at her home on Monday evening, May
23d. Each niimber was well played,
giving evidence of careful training.
Especially noticeable was the very
expressive playing of tho different
ones, showing marked Improvement
over their former efforts. Thoso tak
ing part wore Mrs. Homer Smith,
Mrs. Westacott, Blanche Brown, Lo
lah Bello, Edith Ragan, Joy Turner,
Rex Turner, Lowell Will, Emmert
Johnson, Karl Hinges, Lola Slater,
Lillian Slator, Frances Smith. Edna
Savage, Maude Hill, Madellno Walk
er, Alice Clough, Bessie Unruh, Helen
Dalrymplo, Marguerite Putnam, Mary
A Double Reception.
A reception given Inst Tuesday ev
onlng, at 8 o'clock, at tho homo of Mr.
and Mrs. J. T. Adams, by tho members
and-frlends of the 17th and Chemeketa
streot Evangelical church, to Rev.
Maurer and family and Rev. T. R.
Hornschuch and family was a delight
ful event. Rev. Maurer is presiding
older or tho 17th and Chemeketa
street Evangelical church. About 80
persons were present. Mrs. W. A.
Adams gave- an address cf welcome.
She spoko of the long acquaintance
with and tho high esteem In whlchthe
church holds Brother and Sister
Maurer, and how gladly they aro wel
comed as presiding elder and wife.
The speaker told how tho church had
gained both In number and spirituality
during tho pastorage of Rev. Horn
schuch. This was responded to by
Rev. and Mrs. Maurer and Rev. Horn
schuch and wife. Rev. Crooks, pastor
of the Fruitland church, was Intro
duced and told how kindly himself
and family, who came hore as strang
ers, had boon treated, and heartily
thanked them for It, All joined In
singing "Best Bo tho Tie." A dolic
lous supper was .served,' which was
highly enjoyed by all. Several young
people rendered vocal and instrument
al music during the evening,
This church Is noted for Its recep
tions, but this was by far the most
pleasant and successful ever glvon.
The evening's pleasure was closed by
singing "God Be With You' Till Wo
Meet Again,', and all went to their
homes w'th pleasant memorIe3 of the
Dudloy Stone was theieclplent of a
delightful surprise party last evening,
given by a number of his young
friends. The time was pleasantly
spent In playing numerous games, and
the evening wound up with a taffy
Those present wero tho. Misses
Alice Warner, Maude Evans, Nellie
Mclntlre, Agnes West, Esther Lucas,
Fanny and Kitty Morrison, Viola Do
Lanoy, Hattle Swenick, Hester Stone,
Ethel and Elsie Doncer, Gladys Jory
and Paul Rasmussen, Lloyd Lucas,
Ross VanOrsdol, Ralph Helmken,
F. Utter, L. Williamson, E. Utter, Jno.
Swenick, Clifford Dencer, Elmer
Schomaker, Xeo Page and Dudley
Stono; Mr. and Mrs. Stone, Mrs.
Doncer, Mr. and Mrs Jory, Mrs. Chas.
j Wall Paper :
Latest designs in stock,
J and good work guaran-
teed. We have the small Z
, store and small prices
E. L. Lemmon :
299 Liberty St. J
1 Honest 1
Nearly all the grocers are
carrying our lino pure cream
"Epploy's Perfection" Is fully
recognized as being all that Is
claimed for It. Then again
there's 9-oz In a glass jar, and
not In a useless cau.
Buy it Try It.
'Phono Main 1041.
C M Epptey
Nineteenth and Stato Street"
A. Newsomo returned home from
Sllverton this morning.
Capt. John Anderson, of Portland,
is In tho city on business,
Mrs. J. F. Beggs Is visiting frionds
in Turner for a fow days.
Mrs. W. T. Williamson, of Portland,
is in tho city visiting frtends.
A. W. Prescott returned last night
from a trip In Crook county.
Miss Vera Rosslter wont to her
homo In Sublimity yesterday.
Rev. G. 'C. Ritchie returned to his
home In Roseburg last evening.
Dr. William Ames, of Lebanon, Is
visiting his undo, Chas. Fenscho, and
his cousin, Chas. From.
Arthur Cornell, who has been, liv
ing In Jefferson for some tlmo, is In
tho city visiting his folks.
Governor Chamberlain went to
Portland yesterday, whoro he will
spend Sunday with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Beardsley, of tho Che
mawa neighborhood, leave for a two
months' trip In tho East, visiting their
old homes, many friends and tho St.
Miss Grace Scott, of Albany, passed
through this, city yesterday afternoon
en route to Shanlko, Or., where she
goes to spend the summer months
with her sister.
Attorney J. A. Jeffrey loft for
Grants Pass last night, where ho will
make a political address in behalf of
Col. R. M. Veatch, Democratic can
didate for congress.
B. F. Ramp, Socialist candidate for
congress, left for E.ugene today to
mako a political speech at tho So
cialist rally held there today. This
Is tho end of their campaign.
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Patton's Book Store.
Large Excursion Tomorrow.
The largost excursion of the sea
son will bo run Into- Salem tomorrow
by the B"rothorhood of Railroad Train
men. Thoro will bo trains from Port
land and all way points and trains
from tho south as far as Roseburg.
Races and a baseball game by two
teams of railroad men will bo the fea
tures of thaday.
Memorial services In the W. O. T.
U. hall at 4 p. m June 5th. Every
body kindly Invited.
A Young- Lady Fan,
A young Salem' lady was heard to
remark, whllo passing a basoball bul
letin last ovenlng that, as Albany had
won, It would bo la tho load of tho
other clubs. If all of tho ladles wore
as enthusiastic as this one, and would
pay Bomo attention to tho porcentago
of tho clubs, tho teams would havo
no trouble In getting out crowds and
plenty of support. Wo aro haying a
good article of ball this year, better,
In fact, than tho stato league has 'evor
had before, or Is apt to havo again
for years, and wo should turn, out and
support tho teams tho way thoy de
Horse Cut His Tongue.
A flno coach stelllon, belonging to
Mr. Bodenheimer, of this city, got
frightened yestorday while In his stall
and Injured Ills log quite badly. Fol
lowing this his tongue was caught In
tho bit, when his owner tried to brldlo
him, and he cut a bad gash In his
tongue, nearly tearing It from his
mouth. Dr. E. E. Jackson was called
and Is treating the horse.
Rehearsal of Esther.
Tho first rehearsal of tho cantata
Esther was held last ovenlng. Tho
costuming of this cantata is splendid,
and as there are many fine voices In
Salem, It should be a great success.
In the Merry Month of June.
Marriage license was Issued1 today
to Daniel Anderson and Blrdlo .A
A New HarSurely
With, this bright sun and your
news suit you must cortalnly havo
a new hat.
Straw or Soft Hat?
Wo havo a largo soloctlon of each
80FT HATS $1.50, $2.00 AND $3.00
8TRAW HAT8 $1.00, $2.00 to $3.50
' Every soft hat is mndo of fur.
Tho -shapes are what mom want
Tho spring styles aro nandsomo
A Splendid Idea
It would bo a splendid Idea to
como right now and mako your se
lection of summor wearables. Our
new, suits and: top coats cannot bo
excelled. Long prices rango ''
$10, $15 up to
Wo can satisfy and please you
all somewhere along the lino.
Haberdashory of tho latost
mode. Whatever Is hero Is right,
or It wouldn't bo here.
C. P. BISHOP, Prop.
All members- of tho chorus, for prac
tice of Queen Esther, are requested to
meet tonight at the First M. B. church
Instead of at tho Presbyterian church,
as announced! last night. Seventy
threo singers wore present at last
night's meeting, and there Is expected
to be at least 100 tonight.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following real estate transfers
E. Roy to W. L. Freres, lots 4 uai
5, In block 4, Stayton, $350.
John Daly to O. C. Dike, land In t
9 b, r 3 o, (200.
F. M. Hestor to O. C. Dike, 80 acre
in t 9 s, r 3 e, $100.
now Many People Has Salem 2
The New Official Census
has been taken and will for the first time reveal the
exact population of Greater Salem. In order to in
crease Interest in this matter and at the same time give
its readers an opportunity to win a valuable prise, The
Capital Journal offers one of the best Mitchell 1 904
Model Bicycles, with coaster brake, to the person who
will guess nearest the exact population of our city, as
shown by the new census, which will be announced
early In June.
with every 50c paid on Journal subscription. Call at
The Journal office or give your guess to the collector.
Read the Conditions
In ordor to make this more than
an Idlo random guessing affair, Tho
Journal proposes to place a fow re
strictions upon It, and thon glvo ab-'
solutoly free to tho porson who guess-',
os nearest to tho official count a brand
new Mitchell bicycle, ladles' or gent's,
with coastor brako. Every subscrib
er paying 50 conto for Dally or Week
ly, by mail or carrier, will bo entitled')
to one guoss for tho whool. Those
paying ono dqllnr will got two guess?
es, but, In ordor to prevent strife, and
protect tho logltlmato guossor, It will
bo necessary to deposit tho original1
subscription receipt In tho box at
Tho Journal office, with your guoss
written on tho back of same. Call at
Tho Journal offlco and learn tho par
ticulars, and then look at tho whool.'
at tho warehouse of Mitchell, Lewis
& Stavor. It Is the best Mitchell
whool, with coastor brake,, guaran- ,
teod for tho year, and Is backed up by
tho Mitchell, Lewis & Stavor Company.