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The many friends of Miss Marguerite
llower will be pleaiwd to learn Liat
idle in booked tt siinf nt nn of Lie
leading movingpieturo theaters In Head,'
lire., durinir the corning month. An ! trola supply music when music is want-
interesting fact in thin connection ied. Tlieli ors-ii hospitality of the re -
that the manager of the theater is Ches- ,.,,,,11,,,, room 1US ,,t.Tia, ..ivon' the
ter t allow, a lornicr well known Salem ' tone of welcome to the entire build-1 !1("1 W!', Miss ayiil Uuldwin, a metn
man. Mr. Catlow who U a product of' :., for y(ltl n(.ar 0f everywhere vou I '"'r "f ,nat ''lass, '" just returned
toe Mara Jlrown Savage School of r.x -
jiremiion, was also a Willamette u"'
ireraiiy student, anil prominent in se
iil and literary circles. Miss Plower,!
waoM .inKir.it at the ( hautauqua prov-
i.,n...... n.MU '
d to tie such a drawing card, and wjoi
created a most favorable impression 1
Wden presented in rci itnl by Miss Min-
Betta Magers, has uumeroiit calls to
Fing in the. near future. Cnder Miss
Magers' thorough training, the natural1
and innato sweetness of Mis Flower's;
voir has developed to such a marked
degree that her singing has become a
"thing oncrf heard never to be for-1
ti i , ! connected. .Mane vomig I li egnn women
Tint Mrs. Charles A. ..rr.y has Wen ; visiting the exposition or the Oregon
Baoied to jerve ags.n ss h.otesa at the j biiilliiiK have been given the opportu-i
Oregon bulid, ng at tue exposition m nitv 0f attending exposition balls chap-.
r-aa rranc ls ntter of general j fr;Dl,j Lv M rit (iruv. Mi- has attempt
eonirratuUtion Mrs. dray has ervedjf(1 to M,r,.nil tht. ,;,!, Hi,(, , , ,.x.,
."'? l anu . p ' I
versnl kindness anil
gol ju.lgment ,
hare made her a favorite with all who
have met her. Mhe has many friends!
in all iini-ts tf Oritiron ulm ,m Au. '
lighted with her reappointment.
Mr, Uray is the. widow of Charles,
A. Oray, of Halem, and is a general
favorite. She in the ilinnliii.p of Mr I
hi) Mrs. T. J. Kichardson, pioneer
Teiidenta of Jteuna Vista. I'nlk onniv
IV several years Mrs. Cray has been!
hostess nt one of the lending sorority
houses in Kugene, where she is popular
with the students mid facility of the
Hmnll wonder, indeed, that Mrs. Gray
lias been le appoiiited ps hostess nt the
Oregon building when she dispenses
mieh elmrmiiig hospitality us tlmt de
picted by Annn M.nn'non Miinroe.
Speaking of Mrs. Gray's far famed
headquarters Miss Muiiroe says:
"The reception room is a large, soft
gray-toned room in restful colors,
furnished with ensy, substantial chairs
and attractive Nuvito rugs. Always a
fire in burning in Hie great i.pen fire
placethe only one on the exposition
grounds -ami the tcakelde is boiling
("Kvery afternoon Afrs. Gray serves
tea, and the elderly women done com-
Corn on the Cob
the Roasting Ear
Is not more delicious than tho
In the growth of corn there is a period when the
kernels are plumped out with a vegetable milk, most
nutritious ( roast mK ears). As it slowly ripens this
hardens and finally becomes almost flinty.
This nutritious part of the corn is cooked, sea
soned, rolled thin, and toastvd by a new process
which enhances the true corn flavour
Different from ordinary corn flakes, the New Post
Toasties have a distinctive form and flavour; and
they keep their appetizing crispness, oven after
cream or milk is added.
These Superior Corn Flakes come oven-fresh in
tight wax-sealed packages; and they cost no more
than ordinary "corn flakes." Insist upon having
New Post Toasties
Your grocer lias them now.
CABOL 8. DIBBLE.
forrably In their i hairs before the fire,
the kiddies frolic on the floor, and in
nil thn ,.i,ott;,,rr
pleasantly. A nlaver piano and a vie -
i " IVoide from other i.tatcs tell u that
they must romp to Oregon when they!1''''"'1"'" ' destination " launcnei
to f .,,i ...auv . home The re-!1""1 "I"'"1 ,nn wninK around the cus
.om ,lntlI ..,..
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.... .. .7' .. ... . .7. ., ...
wish to wait on the
fireworks. Mrs. Gray is an admirable
hostess, fully ronli.ing her important
duties to the state in rotation to other
states and countries, and also her obli
Rations to all who come to the build
ing. "Sn woman is so obscure os so unag
gressive but what she receives equal
attention with the most prominently
position life to cover as many Oi
Am..nn ti... i.;;i..PU :.. v..i..... ii... 1.
lout the Meek to be shown numerous !
social attentions was Miss J-'lorence
Kat., of St I'nul, Iowa, who was the
I.,..... , u ,.( t;.... I m:....
Km was on her way home from 's,.n I
U'...i... i ...... 1. I
i ihe ii ,' ,,...... ..fl1"- .M'.' ,(llli,M' wh,) will sori .lepart
which soronty she is a member at the
University of Iowa. Among tho
nil affairs for Miss Kat. during hern:,.. i.i;,.u ,.,;i .1 1'.. :
.... . - ,
brief stay was 11 charming intorui.il ,
inusicaln given by Miss Kuntz on Mdii-
day afternoon. Trailing nasturtiums 1
brightened tlie rooms 111 11 most attract- j
ivo milliner. Though part of the time!
was passed with fancy nork, the great-!
or shuio was given over In dcligiilful
progniin of music, several violin, piano ,
I anil vocal selections being cont ribiiled I
by Miss Mnry Schultz, Miss Gertrude
Kaliin and Miss Marie Churchill. Those
present besides the honor guest were:
Miss Florence Page, Mis. Charles Hates,
M iss Cairio CookseV, Miss iHabolle Me
Gilchrist, Miss (icnevieve Avison, Miss
Hazel Hishop, Miss Mario Churchill,
Miss Mary Scliullz, Mihs Gertrude
KaK i a.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM,
j An opportunity of reviving former
I friendships and iiofts of recollections
' wii.h ..runted Wednesday even ni? when
i 'ho If'l class of the high school hold J
an cxcoedinirly pleasurable picnie down
on tnc riverbed. The motif of the
! affair and the honor guest of the oeca-
from a four years course or viuiin
"''"'v ''eriiiany. The picnic party
I.-......-., t.....r i ua U..1.1
V 111.11.iiiK ,,,,,,.,. .in no iui.i
added a two-fold element of en
.iovineiit to iho oveiiinir in that she was
alile to five
sketches of the war-stricken continent.
In the course (if the evening weenies
were brought forth ami in due time
roasted to the exact shade of brown,
pronounced "done to a turn" by tiie
seasoned picnickers. The singing of
popular airs around the flickering blaze
proved to be the final winding up (if
the affair. The launches were headed
for Salem and the liill class picnic
Mrs. George K. Waters was a dinner
hostess on Tuesday evening when she
entertained in honor of Mrs. Carolyn
ii. Shelton of Washington, 1). C, at
her attractive home on Summer street.
Covers were laid for six and the table
was tidoried with a beautiful center-
I'"'("'1 "f d,'li''!l'
Thursday evening tho homo of
P. I. Mclioiiald, on Nineteenth
'"'"'l. W"S t!'0 """T , T'l? fHt? "."
'." members ot the An Ka.t club
',,i,r,.i;.... ,.,,. ....
sey-irii, Von.l-.l,. "-.no" ..;....i i.
..'i..c, iiiimi in.- iicico j 111111 i-nsi e
initial,.,., work f tho ,.ll, .. .i.:.
iiri.,l 1,.. lrv .1 ii v,,.i., ,.v .1.,..
eoness, assisted bv Mrs. It. 1. Lewis
Mis. 'au Zr. oler, Mrs. Kdward Quinn,
Mis. ,lohn Nmd. Mrs. K. I) Mcho,i.il,l
Mrs. A. J. Ilavidson and Mrs Prank
Havev, officers of tho .hill team. Dain-
ty refreshnieiits weie nerved, and the
evening was a inoi.t uleiisiirnble mm in
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hogurt, of Port -1
land, entertained Saturday at a dinner
party for Major Percy Willis, who was
visiting .elutives in Portland for a few
days prior to his departure for his new
post at Galveston, Tex., where ho will
he in the ipiai termaster ' department.
Major Willis was formerly stationed
in Florida. Additional guests at the
dinner were Mr. and Mis. K. U. Piper
und family, Mr. and Mrs. Kugene Wil
lis, Mrs. 1 Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Bo-
gart and .Ned Clurk Bogarf. Major
it nils is well Know
n in Salein, having
recently visited here
From Portliind this week, there went
several attractive gills to attend the
national meeting of Ganiniu Phi Hetn,
which will take place August 25 to :tO,
in Asilomar. Among those who have
gone to this beach gathering it will
interest Salein to know lire: Mrs. Alice
Henson Heach. Miss Katiierina Sian
t'ield, Miss Katherine Itridges, Miss
Finn. Dunham, Miss Until Heach and
Miss Huth Duniwuy. Many of the na
tional officers passing through Port
laud have beiu entertained at lunch
eons and auto drives. Miss liuth Duni
wuy has been busy for several weeks
assisting in this Work. Miss Huby
llaniiuerstroni is president of the lociil
cliupter. Miis Knte IStanfielil is a del
egate from the Kugene active chapter,
Miss Dunham is delegate from the lo
cal alumnae i liaplei mid Miss Duni-
Wi.v is local incnibir on the national
J i d iory board.
! Mrs. D. D. Miiiinway and Miss Ada
Monro, of ( hicago. who have been the
house guest.i of Mrs. Will Norris and
Miss Minuet tu Magers during tile pa:it
week, are lea ing on the Shasta I.im-
uled this evc.iiiit; ft.- I'alifortiiu. Mrs.
.Nhimiwuy ,in, Mj.n Moore have hen
.extensively entertained during their
v im( in Salem.
Mis. lieri.ld Volk, of Volklnud, on-
( tu I a number of ladies on the
Garden road Tuesday afternoon in
honor ot Mt. IM Young, who will leave
the Inst oi' th. week fur Stayton,
when- -.he will lcsido permanently,' The
a I' fair was n most enjoyable one, dainty
retir.-hinents being sorted later in the
iit'ternoen. Th,. depaituie of Mrs.
niing with her family fur Stavtou is
a matter of sincere- regret among their
numerous friends. Mm. Young being
prominent m sonul activities ita the
Mis. .1. P. S itheiland 'mis returned
limn a ple.isa'it soteu weeks' sojoiirn
throinjli 1 iiMoiiiiu. where she attended
bol l fans. In Lu. Angeles lie visited
her diiuuhtei-. Mis. II. li. Schaefer, and
while there motored with Mrs. S( hneler
to the exposition at Sun Ibegu und also
to Coroniido. Mis. Sutherland spent a
week nt S,in Fiu'icis.o, end during her
stay attended scleral receptions and
tens nt the t. recoil building. s,i was
also guest at tue musieule given by
Mi l instance piper, of Portland.
Mis. Sutherland returned on the Great
The North Salein Wiiiiuiu'i club held ,
thtor rcg.Ha, nieeiin V.1. v . V . I
noon .t th.. I, i..i...-it..... .
.... v .. . . V . ',. .' '""" j
dr., was elected vice ptesidciit, to take
t.io place of Mi. Attn, hlt
to Portland. Mrs. Key Burton was nam
ed to serve on the committee of the
Salem Woman ' club tor the cutcrtniu-
.... ... .in- niui. rencrauon ot worn !
an a club., which will meet her in t ie 1
fall. The next meet,, g .f ihj NJh'
Salem club will t,.. 7,i ..i. . .1
wil be held nt the home of Mr. J. li,
.-nou, 10.1.1 Hood street.
Mr. K It t,ii. i ...i , I
Mother' cbs of the hnl M.iKa.H.i
jctuitvl, Tucdar uftcmcKu .( h, hemej
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Miss Marguerite Plower, Salem's
sweet and gifted young vocalist, who
will sing next month in one of the
leading theatres of Bend.
of Mrs. Millard. 2ft 1 1 I) street
affair was in tho nature of a lawn
eiiil, the afternoon being pleasantly
Mrs. Perry Cupper was hostess
most enjoyable dinner Tuesday evi nir.ir
when she entertained the membirs of
the committee on the picnic to be given
by the Salem O. A. C. cliih. The rooms
were festive with sweet peas and
dainty Cecil Brunner roses. Cards were
the principal pastime of the evening.
Those circling the table were: Miss
Nell Sykes, Misn llnrotbv Steusloff,
-Mrs. David Wright, Frank Ward, Percy
Cupper, Joe McAllister.
Complimentary to .Miss Mildred
White, whose murriage to Francis
Sc.li ru ilk took place Wednesday, a mis
cellaneoue shower was given" . Monday
afternoon by Mrs. C. A. Johnson and
Mrs. A. W. Nehru nk at the home of the
latter. The inviting grounds of Airs.
Nchniuk's country place iui.de a pretty
setting for the shower, and the bride
elect received a most attractive array
of gifts. Music was enjoyed during
the afternoon, and Inter a 'dainty lunch
eon was served to the following" guests:
Miss Mnry Kd wards, Mius Hallie Dick
man, Miss dulin Drekitiari. Miss Wine....
1 w'',lt Miaa Hazel Harris, Miss l.enu
. M .. i . : .. A l : .... ii.. i . . . 1 1 -
-"loon, .o ma .tun .iiawm, -Mis ICcinoh
F.vons, Miss Meryl Whitnev, Miss Mae
Hrubaker, Miss'l.ucy Ni'cliols. Miss
M n ..... ..... !i : ti- '
.otiiuirt loiiisi-ii, .nibses .tnce, Iti-ssie
and ldu Schrunk, .M rs, ('hinles Sperling,!
.Mrs. it. not lii'ii Imi rir, .Mrs. Goldv K,l.
wards and daughter I.eonoie, Mrs. F.
11. White, Mis. Grace Buster, Mrs, F
Mr. n ml Mrs.
the week at the
s. J. Miller will spend
J. G. Albeit is building a summer
home at the alluring resort, Ocean Lake.
A pleasant trip up the Columbia river
nun l-ll oven HIST .-MiiMlllV II V n Mntv of
Salein guls. Leaving Portland in the. W. Collins, another Willamette stu
morning, they reached the Cuscmles in j (lout, in the Stanford tjuad, tin junior
tune for lunch and altogether spent a ann'iinl. as members of a political tri
delightful day out in the oper.', amid , umvirate. At unv rate he was prnmi
the pieturesipie scenery lining the ! nent ill college politics,
banks of the Columbia." The members j Society people will Vie interested to
of the party were; Miss Virginia ! know that Mr. Hoover 's w ife w es M is
"editer, Miss Mabel llndlcson, Miss! Lou Henry of Monterey the historic
Grace Itabcock. Miss Margaret Hodge, j old town of California, where her fath-
I IT WHS II b 111.lt. r li.u 11....
'pi... ..1 .. t. .
to.- ineioocrs 1.: tho I'.nsrern Mm-
day afternoon at
entertained on Tues-
garden party given
I'V .Mrs. A. K. In,, Minor' im.l t ru I.I.,
lliibcock at the hnter's home. The af
ternoon' was pleasantly passed under
the trees with needle 'work and selec
tions by the i.troln. About forty
ladies of the Kiistern Star enjoyed the
affair. ' "
Flgin will soon leave for
where iieeompnniid by his
laud ami Mrs
Cm., he will
of the state.
nrry I hipnilin of Port
Hon! Craven of Santa
t .ir the southern part
Mr. and Mrs.
Inrold D. Huberts have)
i three week's outing
lv. A. Harris a, , ntinil.v are
leucine nil Ihe .1, iu.lila of tvnler 1111,1
,i , , i ,. ,, " . " j
clock of Salem.
They are encamped
. ., ,, . l'"l ( or enormous oxivimve Ulri ca s
en the Polk ivun.y side of the Wib , borne almost entirely bv Mr lia e ,
aniette, neaily Ml,, from, Until j Mr. Hoover. It wa's Mr. ll.Kv.'r"
'l'l. ' lnl,.r ti,., ,,,.,1, i:. i ... ...
... , .,
I lm i mi in' in .1 ..... 11 u., . it,., ,
... .. " ... ., on-
unit i n. use .nut- uiven rniirni nv i.v '
Mrs. Libert Tin hi son, nt her brauti
lul liciiie on Fnirinount Hill. The af
fair was complimentary to her house
guest, Miss l.ilbe I noerhill,
, ' VL . . .'".T 7 t... ' I
s...... " .". I
',." innmpsoii, i.um Nv, Kuth Ken-
llnllie Conn, ton. I.ihIi P.oiui. Zeds
I Klioteu. Gracie TtiouipKin, Althe Dorks
Idol lluiley, KUi,. Hoyutou and Lettie
Mist Je.ie Cm, f Witchita, Kan
s y,i i. i , , n . ' , .
l ,'i k.t ' U of Tortland.
Thi ,.a" ' T"" ' ,,for"1"
. ,n ' i" n,,"lhm nav arrived in
i. ,, , .. , . .
-r'r- ''I Mrs. K. A. Aiifrane ntotorvd
'? I""''! to spend th work end with
Ai,fr,nc, M, .nd
' Aut,tMl . .
Mi Nelil, H. Strc.r, uf uttfrI!
I Orcgoc, is sp.-h.lini a week as the house
I guest ot
j Stroi.g :s
ciL her way to Seattle.
Miss .Jean Hell is
homo T iies-lay from
expected to arrive
an outing spent at
Tacoma and Seattle.
Miss (.iavn! rothviu has been the
hou.-e guesi' of M:-s K-lna .losso during
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lynch, of I'olk
county, left yest.'r.fay for Wisconsin.
They "will also make an extended so
jdiru through the eastein states.
Mrs. Wi.inie Moisan Coffin.lafl'er, of
Portland, has been the guest of her
friend, Miss Lou Jiavey, tho past few
Among the Salem visitors the past
week at beach and inland resorts were:
Jtmes Withyeombe, Mr. and Mrs. T.
R Kav, Kalidi I). Moores, Mr. and Mrs.
John H. Lewis, Ben V.'. Olcott, J. (I.
Albert, Mr. and Mrs. V. Peters, J. H.
Alhet, F. L. Lamport., Gearhart hotel;
Mrs. J, (.. Kichardson, Beula Somerlin.
Bay Ocean hotel; Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Hughes, Mrs. E. M. LaForo, Dick Chit
tenden, Guy R. Albin, Bar View hotel;
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Livesley and chil
dren, tlmore; F. B. Light, Otto A.
Kleet, Shepherds Springs, Carson,
Wash.; J. C. Smith, Warren, Cannon
Among the Gearhart events of the
past week it is noied that Mr. and
Airs. Asahel Bush, of Salem, entertain
ed with several motor trips and sup
per parties over the week-end. They
were hosts for a delightful trip to Can
non Beach, which ns later followed
by supper and dancing at the Hotel
Moore. On Sunday they were again
hosts for an interesting trip to Fourt
Cron,i,.,,t. .,, -..!,. ,-, J
it Ocean Lake, was tiie house-opening
and party given by Mr. and Mrs. C.
I I). Purdy and their daughter, Miss Edna
Purdy, of Salem, last Wednesday night
to celebrate the completion of their
new summer home, " Purden-Arden. "
A large bonfire was enjoyed, refresh-
i ioa-uib i.einy served auoi'waros. lliose
! lo attend were: Mrs. 11. D. Driesbnc.i
j (lllKhter, Mr. and Mrs. H. Haid
i "'"1 daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John' 0.
! Hoaorth, Mr. and Mrs. Hatch, Miss
Dutch and F. M. Hatch, Mrs. Whit
more, Miss Florence McDonald, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Tompsctt, Mrs. Brant
and daughters, Dorothy and Marie, Ivan
l)e;itul and Miss Cavers.
The concert at I.aurelhurst Park lust!
Thursday night, when Madame Jeanne ;e.,ll'ilt mterpretHlivo ability.
Joinelli, the opera star, sang to about 1 l'11'"!-' ";l'fr on the program
20,000 people, was reviewed in The Ore-1 W, '," ;,lus,l'ul, eleetmiis by Miss Lit-
gonian of last Friday. The charming!,! !'"rt(m r-n'. vjr' Harton. Tnis eu-
accompaniments were played by the I i' '"""'! '' V'wms to be a re -
Portland Municipal baud, W. K. Mc- '"'B , reak !" ,h' '"I'l""'';" mo -
F.lroy, director, and the baud also con-! , Z i 'v,',rv,l!1.y ,('vcn!s- Wl11,' '"'Id
tiibuted a fine programme of classical i ' '"r''" liarl("'s s,r'iil' the
und popular band music. Mr. McKlrov " .
played one cornet solo, and displayed
tirnt-cliiss tone and feel niuue. He h
received many ,l,.s,., v,wl 'omi;,, Z
on the excellent band accompaniment
played to Madame Jomelli's solos Mr .
ilcr.lroy is well known in Salem being
a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Ar.' article in the lust issue of the
Saturday Kvining 1W includes a nic-
Hue of Herbert ('. lloov
the Helgiau coinniissioa
o n. in- niui vtiiinmotto l diversity stu
dent. He is a man of " extraordinary
torce and ability" the article states,
und his Stirling appeal to the newspa
per (,f the V. S.. beginning, Ameri
cans must feed Belgium this winter."
will b ng be remembered lis a challenge
v ...,,, . ,,. iiii-iure is com-
iiienieu upon hv those who knew Mr.
Hoover in his early manhood as "look
ing much as he did then." Mr. Hoov
er, as tint say i nir goes, eariv showed
11 tendency towards
7.111 loll lll'l I a en 1 1. .0110,1 1..
1 ' v.ns an
out i nor mr 11.0 , ,,r...
ot Mill sense, but touil of wiilkin'ir 1
camping, nccoinpiinying her father fre-1
(pic fitly on vacation trips. Miss Henry
was n so.ority girl at Stanford, while
Mr. Hoover was a barb, thus proving1
that the little god cupid has no special
fax- t'i'8 fur t ru ten i it v lm vs. iter tun ji ir
wus geology, the same 'as that of her'
flit ure husband, and she was neeounted
a serious resourceful student.
.Mrs. Hooter base
oroven n fini,-'..
omrnde for her active, forceful I,,,.,.
band. She has been closely associated
with him in his various undertakings,
and cniue to this country early last
winter, when by lectures and otherwise
she most efficiently helped eu the re
lief work under the woman's section f
The commission of which Mr. Hoover
j1" chniinuu-. is at present feeding !. .
rxtter-.5tirt.uil0 pie of which there are nt
r.,.,,l I....- .1..... .111,,., AAA .. .
. iiinn , , ,ii euiirelv iti1
i .... ..i.- Li.iiiiiiiiii.. ii ii o nitt I..
chunges with the beligerent miners
i i: i. ... " I1"""'
hi nincii inc commission
came into ex-
i..n.... .1 ,.,..t.i .i.
oilier negotiations that nmVn ii
uoinically possible to keep the people
of Belgium alive ur.'til the
ici,.,K.. vi.t.,rt. ..f
'"rv ." Mr, Hnnver, also.
un- yi.-iu um oi snips unit i to enrrv
the food on hi. li Pelgium exists." '
.1... .. tfl . I ' .. . .
i.-!..'oiiiiiiiitt- or riiiirtnvio.T
Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. lirophy, Mis
Priscilla Kbmin'g and Rudd .Welch left
this week on a motor trip to Lornn.-.
TVv ere to be-ionic.! nt Kugene by
friend, after which the entire partv
going en an extended deer liun't
througliout the surrounding country
An rntertaiument of much merit Is
tlmt idanned tv the Mc.then' At of
lh Kirst Methodist church for next
Thtira.Uv eveuing. Heside its general
inter tie program will feature a
special attraction in Mrs. W. H. tAelleck.
of Pertluud, an arenmpliniied rim.ler
nrl inis-rwaator. Mr. Hellerk, who
ia t wife of a firmer pastor of the
Margaret Mason Describes
Gotham Fads and Fashions
Oh yo.i luctr.iliugic niaiil,
Yca'vc a "fctiit- of gold, I ween,
And the tloty ot your hair
lias a Unnithed copper sheen,
( loth tf i:obi and silver gauze,
Fashion's fabrics for the fall,
Trim vour garments everyone,
Frock's aud nats and wraps withal.
Silver threads ninong the gold
Means naught old it's very new.
Von are on your mettle, dear,
And such metal is 011 you.
New York, Aug. 27. The fall fash-
ions are simply metaiuierous 11 you
me. lere nusoanus are useu
alchemy that turns their perfectly good
gold and silver into frills and furbelows
for the fair sex, but now, lo and be
hold, frills and furbelows are turned in
to gold and silver. In the early show
ing of fall models there is hardly a hat,
a wrap or a frock that doesn't flaunt a
j bit of galloon, a glitter of gold and sil
ver embroidery, or a twist and fold of
llustrciis metallic gauze about it some
! w here.
For evening gowns the metallic ma
terials are most effective, especially the
gorgeous brocades of ci'd blue and gold,
silver and old roro and many wondrous
color combinations. They look like
products of the looms of romance am:
seem to give the lie to the broad hintj
that pastel tints would be the only
things in the color line for the coming
season. These magnificent metalline
materials are naturr.lly made up on the
'simplest straight lines, depending solely
on ineir own uenuty icir aiioriiiuent.
Tho .that arc already
eastiug their curveiul snadows before
are perfect when carried out m these
fantastic fabrics. The straight hung
medieval effects arc also good. Ob-, bru'- civet in coinbination with bromi
viously these gorgeous garments are to ! "th, 8orge, satin .or chiffon forms all
bo worn only by the most stately und''10 smartest suits and ever is there fur
Amazonian of the sex, but let nfit tliei81"' the metal mark,
petite and clinging vine despair. Shej You certainly have to look like ready
may metallize as well by touching up money this fall to bo In style, so if
a frothy frock of net with high lights j you are eiiort on ei'.sh but have a heart
of gold or silver gauze. ,of gold you'd better wear it on vour
Sucn a fascinating conlection is an I sleeve.
Hrst Methodist church, liev. W. II. near Prospect on the Rogue river. Hero
Selleck, is well known in Salem, and j a most interesting sight was afforded
her friends are anticipating with pleas-1 them in tho inspection of the large elco
ure this opportunity of hearing her ; trie plant, set deen in thn
I niaiil. She is a graduate of tho DiMis -
I1.10 6('ho1 ,n ''ortland, and her work
m;vk ( i.,,. tu.,.,;,,.,i c '
.. .-l1 ,a Ten ning , of Kugene. is.
I , le Salem, as the
T ' K--.tOM.
1 One sees it dirnlv from the
i lleyond the iiiountains blue
J Fain would 1 motor weary leagues
I do not the road's fatigues '
Through mom and evening dew..
Hut cans of fruit would spoil at night
And eastern friends that welcome
I could not go to Newport town;
I never went to Newport town."
True, some of as linen ,,,,t ...
Newport, but there are other nbces lie-
Newport, as a rcirie ,.f 11
kiumi Salem people who recently
. . ...... O ,--
"p n. i later lake
can tell ton. For
seeing ( rater lake they feel t unt
il one of tiie natural ....... i...'
1. as Crater Ink.. i ...l...:.
tn.llf . . .. "
lu ''egon want Vosemite
." ' i iiinrnia. I lie two autoiiinliile
winch started n week .g Wedi:
on mis expeiliiion wem
net-, an. .Mrs. t i....
r. Mr. and
... .u. ii.uu '.'ii, .ii rs. Alice Weio'el
I hoinas Hrunk ami s, i t ,
Tuo first nielil the',- ,..iii,',,.',.i
"." " I".'-tn-spio island in the Fini,,,,,,,
llsr In, n. L 1....
... . ... ooseoiirg. (l
eiiinir iirnnts 'n. .. ...
n to! tl.n ..... .. .. . '"" "
i ; ,i"" " i ne .oiii-ncv inst
g..n. ;Now the road began to foili.-v
.... ....fc.io jner, ... ,0
'e t Me most
river in the
'"'"les. (I one side
one side rose Ihe
" '"' nlher fell the rt- ' ' '
l,es of il, s::..i. : .. ...
itir ttii, .1... . . . . ' . . - "o
' 1 "v nun wound
in ami out.
ti-.iniig a surprise vista
at everv turn.
(he tiees at th
,""s' me riiiite
I;, lee n n , I ....
si.,.,., ..e .1. .
llllliressiiii, nu .... i. , . ' h"" "a
...',., o'(iM:ig down
,e,s i rum tar
Sunny Brook Ice
I' lie third ...... I
' '" '' party camped L-..., 4
Pure, as well as Cream, Milk, Butter
ana all our other products
Sunny Brook Dairy
u-jaycrei sKirt has ts
bound its ankle length with a f uK
Silver gauze, while the shorter Z
layer is caught up lu. ldrtle effect Z
each side with a cluster nf ;i. : un
D-nrlands. Th bn.lino ..r,. . s1""-
" . . luusu . nr .
of the tullo over each .shoulder, a& 72
girdle ot the silver and a spray of
silver blooms at the corsage. 'A mcco
delectable costume were hard to m
agme unless it be a vision of blush
tullo, whose fluffy skirt is caught hil
up on the leit side with long loop, 0f
purple velvet ribbon over a petticoat erf
uuiuen t whip irin n ni' 4k ..
- . . . ,,... r. . " "'"goiU
, . u, tt
of the tulle over one shoulder and a
" i'ui yie over me other.
Embroidery in gold and 'silver
tnreads and steel and copper beads is
anct'iicr favorite method of transmutim,
metals into garments and indeed I
most striking one in connection with
the lustrous velvets that arc to be made
for fall and winter wear. Cunning lit.
tie velvet hats like the bell-crowned
beavers of the beauty of old have huge
made buckles of gold or silver gauze
and hat bandB of the same. Flat vel
vet shapes in black or purple with
wreaths of blight colored yam flowers
combined with gold and silver fruits
are a uazzie oi gorgeousness. They are
simply bound to go to your head. Most
01 mein aro ooiinu in metallic material
The elaborate afternoon gowns ami
suits for autumn are almost invariably
j shown in redingote or full-skirted Rus
sian coat moucis witn wide bamlB of
fur around the skirts of the coats, the
I -1 18 all "c collars, aud always a
g'eain oi gout or silver picked tr.it on
,h velvet or satin of tho principle fa-
1 ftmiisMrifr tho nower for nil tlo i.ii;.ia
! of southern Orecon and northern Cnli
fomia. The party was 12 minutes in
j descending to the plant by the elevator
yes, nowadays even the ' wilderness
boasts an elevator,
1 Twenty-five miles from the park line
; is the Natural Uridgo of rock marked
by tho indentations and odd formations
Wnich Nature first put there. Another
place of wild beauty along the route
which can be appreciated by dwellers
in this vicinity :.ri the rniiibow luieil
Mill creek fully, w like our own tumb
ling Silver creek falls.
The next morning; saw the travelers
within the boundaries of Crater lake
(Continued from Page Six.)
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