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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPT. 27,191
CAS OIi .
Though all the "Days" of fair week
promise to hold special attractions and
ebaracteristie feature of muea merit,
there will be none, perhaps mors con
ducive to genuine pleasure or of great
er interest te both the Salem and out-of-town
women at the fair than tomor
row which has been set aside a Wo
man's Day. The program for the af
ternoon which will begin at two o'clock
will be followed by a reception given
by the women of Halcm to the out of
town visitors at the fair. It is hoped
by the committee in charge that as
many people as possible will attend
this function and consider themselves
individual committees on entertain
ment for extending the Salem spirit of
hospitality to the outside guests. There
will be a community sing in the even
ing under the leadership of the Indies'
Jtoublo Quartet of (Salem. The pro
pun for the afternoon is as follows:
Music; address of welcome on behalf
of the fair board Mrs. Kdyth Tor.ier
Went h erred; address of welcome, (Jov
ernor Wtthycombe; response, Mrs. F. A.
KUiott, president Halcm Women's club;
vocal solo, Miss Alice 8k iff; "Mothers
and Education," Mrs. Arititene Kelts,
1 'resident Oiegon Congress of Mothers;
sdies' double quartet; "Industrial
Ouestion as Pertains to Women," Miss
Alice Joyce; "Junior repositions" Dr.
Anna Louise Strong of the Children's
Kureau, Washington, 1). ('; "Collabora
tion," Mjs. Clara II. Waldo.
Miss Hazel Kccler, who iins been vis
iting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Dsnipl
J. Kepler at their home on South Com
Inerial street, sfter having spont the
tommer in Portland ns a worker in the
Pen i el Mission, left lust night for He
attle to fill a vacancy in t ho anme
mission of that city. .Minn Kveler who
recently graduated from the Covington
Park Training school near Los Angeles,
California, is a former Salem girl, hav
ing attended the local rygli arhool,
where her work in the art department
won much commehdntion ami her pleas
ing personality made her a social favor
Mrs. Hcba Cane Wall returned Friday
evening from a five weeks tour of t je
mi die west, where she visited relatives
in HI, Paul, and Knirhault, Minnesota.
The Kndeavor society of the Central
Congregational church gave an enjoy
bin surpriso party Friday evening at
the home of Mrs. (Iny Newgcnt on
South 19th street, in honor of Miss
Koweua Pearl Eyre, who is leaving for
Prat um to assume the position of prin
eipal of the Prntiim school. Tlie even
ing psssed merrily with various games
and other (liveriiions usually co-incident
with a surprise party, after which re
freshments were served. The decora
live motif of the dining room was yel
low, attractively carried out with flow
ers anil nialine streamers, suspended
from the ceiling to the four corners of
the table. The table was prettily cen
tered with a crystal vase of yellow
Asters. About fifty members of the
Endeavor society ami Sunday school
flosses were pieaent. Miss Eyre being
a very popular member of the society.
Those a-wisting in the serving were:
Miss Nettie Jones, Miss Violet Cory
and Miss ltuby Welch.
Welcome to Our Set
Charming new flavour, exceptional
crispness, and nourishing substance in
a welcome on any breakfast, lunch or
The new process of manufacture
which imparts these qualities, not to be
found in other corn flakes, raises tiny,
pearl-like "pufTs" on each flake a dis
tinguishing characteristic of
New Post Toasties
Your Grocer has them now.
Dr. M. E. Pomeroy is entertaining as
guests for fair week, at ber home on
North Winter street, lit. and Mrs. V.
U Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bren
ner and James Thrift, of Coquclle, Ore
Mrs. W. P. Babeoek passed the week
end in Portland as the gueet of Mrs.
Lida Brooks Southworth.
Mrs. Dora Keeton was delightfully
surprised by a group of friends, oa her
birthday last Tuesday evening, at her
home on South Sixteenth street. The
rooms were prettily decorated with fes
toons of rosea and dahlias. The even
ing was passed with various games
and solos given by the Misseg (Jrace
Keeton, Myrtle Kockhill and Bessie
Smith, accompanied by Miss Nellie
Keeton on the cornet and Mrs. Pearl
(ireen on the piano, after which de
licious refreshments were served by
Mrs. Effie Smith and Mrs. Mose Hall.
A pretty feature of the occasion was
the largo birthday cake, measuring I
fifty-eight inches in circumference and
which could well be said to honor the
triple birthdays of Mrs. Keeton, Mrs.
Edward Simmon aid Mrs. Pearl Green.
Those present weri: Mesilnmea Hunt
ley, Simpson, Tolmm, Patterson, Wall
ing, llerbolt, Ettiner, (ireen, Hall, Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. Heeman, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Flake, Mr. and Mrs. O. I,. Darling, Mr.
and Mrs. Eli Finbv, Mr. and .Mrs. Con
trariiiH, Mr. and Mrs. Kd Kimons, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Hovin, Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
Ireland, Mr. and Mrs. Ilartman, Mr.
snd Mrs. T. Alport, Mr. and Mrs. ..
Maplethnrp, Mr snd Mrs. I'arzo, Mr.
and Mrs. Kndcliff, .Mr. and Mrs. Pogue,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Clark, Mr. and Mrs.
Itueck, Mr. and Mrs. Porter, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. Hake, Mr. and Mrs. Hurting,
Mr. and Mrs. H. White, Mr. and Mrs.
Simpson, and Mr. end Mrs. llinkle. The
out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Hull nr.d daughter, Miss fieba
Hall of Knobel, ArkiiiiHss, who are
visiting in Salem, as the guests of Mr.
Hall's mother. The visitors have been
sMindiug tho summer at various points
of interest on the Oregon const and
now, much charmed with Salem, arc
planning to reuiai.i for the stuto fair.
A .Isilv feu tu re nf Hie nrt exhibit Bt::e'l!5''
the fait will be a brief, instructive lec-j
turn or. art iven bv Mrs. Alice Weister
t P..,ll,l II. .r,,.l.. ,!..., I ,,t tlin
exhibit, ut the art hall at four-thirty.
. . . i ' .. .. I
Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Matt, and ". H
Matt, of Klamath Fulls, have been the:
guests of Mrs. Ada Julius at her home
on South Fir street. Other visitors ut
tho Johnson home are Mrs. (leorge
Schulr. and Mrs. E. W, Rutherford, of
Miss Ktholyn Armstrong will leave
the lutter part of this week for t'nli
fornia where she will enter the Cov
ington Park Training school. Miss
Armstrong is the di.ugliter of Mr. and
Mrs. K. ('. Armstrong, of this city,
Charles Chambers, formerly of Eu
gene, lifter spending a few duys with
his mother, Mrs. Murlliu Chambers, and
his brothers, Frank I., Chambers and
Fred K. Cliuinliera, in r;ugene, returned
yesterday to Salem. Kugene ltcgititer.
STAND OH FEET
' Mr. Baker So Weak Could
Not Do Her Work Found
Relief In Novel Way.
Adrian, Mich. " I suffered terribly
with female weakness and backache and
got so weak that 1
could hardly do my
work. When I
washed my dishes I
had to sit down and
when I would sweep
the floor I would get
to weak that I would
have to get a drink
every few minutes,
and before I did my
dusting I would have
to lie down. I got
to" poorly that my folks thought I was
going into consumption. One day I
found s piece of paper blowing around
the yard and I picked it up and read it
It said ' Saved from the Grave,' and
told what Lydim E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble rVimnound has done for women. I
showed it to my husband and he said,
Why don't you try it?' So I did, and
after I had taken two bottles I felt
better snd I said to my husband, 'I don't
need any more,' and he said 'You had
better take it a little longer anyway.'
So I took it for three months and got
well and strong." Mrs. Axonzo E.
Baker, 9 Tecumseh St, Adrian, Mich.
Jfot Well Enough to Work.
In these words is hidden the tragedy
of many a woman, housekeeper or wage
earner who supports herself and is often
helping to support a family, on meagre
wages. Whether In house, office, fac
tory, shop, store or kitchen, woman
should remember that there is one tried
and true remedy for the ills to which all
women are prone, and that is Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It
promotes that vigor which makes work
easy. The Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine
Co., Lynn. Mass. '
. ,. . .
Cmt Taw was here bunday from
1 T A J U 1. In Ik.
L. J. Aduros, of huverton,
H. F. Kichnrdson is in Portland today
Ueorge Thompson is a visitor in Port-
Wyndhnm Buren was a Portland vis
Mrs. Oeorge Wolf, of Aumsville, is u
visitor here today.
Miss Maud Kobcrtson, of Dallas, is a
visitor here today.
Attornev S. M. Kndicott is in Port-
I luml today on business.
Pr. William St eel nammer, of Port
land, was n visitor here yesterday.
Dr. H. F. Pound and wife were visit
ing Willi friends yesterday in St, Paul.
F. W. Mcusloff returned yesterduy
frmii his visit to the Kouud-l'p at Pen
dleton. Mrs. II. Kirkwnod, of (iervais, was a
i week end visitor with her sister, Mrs.
! tlcoriiu K. Brvitnt. jif the Capital
City Flour mills, is in Portland today
Mrs. Ivanluie, ucrinti'ndcnt of
schools for I'uion county, is a fair visit
or this week.
Mrs. I.elin I.yncht returned yesterday
from a three weeks' visit ut Pendleton
and Walla Walla.
County Treasurer James Sawyers and
wif, und Se. J. Junes, of Koseburg, are
visiting friends in Salem.
Charles K. Iwnn, of Arlington, Ore.,
is in the city this week the guest of
his mother, Mrs. Ida Moths.
1. K. Ilnworth, of Portland, was In
the city this morning looking after
soinn special business interests.
Mrs. Ida Itusscll leaves today for
Pilot Hock, where she ill take charge
nf n hospital for the coming year.
Miss Torn Mortcnson, of Portland,
will arrive in the city this evening and
will stay here during the winter to at
tend the high school.
John T. Albert and family, nf Port
bind, are here fur the fair week. Mr.
Albert is here looking after the dis
play of the International Harvester
company at the fair grounds.
W. A. II i Hot-k . formerly of this city,
but now nf Portlund, wis in the city
yesterday, returning from Wilhnit
Springs. Mrs. Mullock will remain at
the springs tor two weeks.
Mr. K. Khodes and daughter. Miss
Dnvie, were Airlie visitors recently.
Mrs. Thomas Males, of Salem, was a
Tuesdav dinner guest at tiie Joseph
Fennel home. 1
J. II. Kate. i snd family are among,
the canmers at the state fair.
Hev, T. 1. Ysriios is attending the'
Methndist annual conference at Kose
burg. , !
Harry Fennel, of Marion, was the
week end guest of his brother, Joseph
Mrs U F. Moore, of NewWrp. has
been the guest of her niece, Mrs. T. D. I
Yarncs for several days.
Mrs. D, Cade a -id daughter. Miss To-,
k.i Cad, und their bouse pneot, Mr.
Albert l.iuegar. of Hustings. Nebraska. :
motored to Aberdeen, Washington,
Tuesday to iil Mrs. Cade 'a son, Ku-1
I'cne. sod family. Mr. Eueene Cade j
has had t lang'shk spell, hut la re
covering. The lud Field's family ar camped
at he fair grounds.
The baling of the Murphy-Bedford
hoim was completed Thursday. !
The Walter K.fward family have
moved to Riokreal.
Mr. K. Hrock has been off near thei
coast en a hunting tri v. He returned
Thursday and will rt agala later. !
Mr. aad Mrs. Fred llaitno hare j
moved to the M. I Jones fan at ,
Brooks, where Mr. llannoa will have
charge ef the dairy department. I
MhMW Alice Weod, Dorothy Mdltr
Judge Galloway Writes
o f Trip to San Francisco
September 2o, 1915.
To the editor: We Kit home at 6:30
a. m. the 14th instant, tkiog passage
o the 8. 8. "Xorthern Pacific." at
537 passengers, and reached this city hi family, aad he is certainly one of
at p. m. next day; 7-0 miles in less .the youngest old-timers on the grounds,
thaa thirty-one hours traveling time. C. P. Bishop is also a conspicuous fig
Tk '. . ,i,vL,le enarate!ure in the Oregon building, with the
sections of our eounfry now
them; sure modern scieuce has anni
So much has been said and written of
the great Panama rantic exposition
being held here that it would be use
less to attempt a further description,
other than to state that as a commer
cial, scientfie and art exhibit of the
resources of the greater countries of
the world nothing before has ever
equalled it, and I feci justified in here
stating without fear of successful con
tradiction that bo unit of this great
whole has attracted more attention
than that of onr own state. One even
hears everywhere O'i the water front
the announcement, "See the Oregon,
tho bulldog of the navy,'' snd it seems
everybody goes to see this battle-scared !
v ' , i . .... v.
warship. Likewise, the Oregon build
ing, standing oat in bold relief over
looking the Golden Gate, embraced
within its unequalled and giant tree
trunks of the "Webfoot" state, and
its unequalled flagpole bearing aloft
and above al a banner upon which is
inscribed the word "Oregon," attacts
more attention than any other state
building on the exposition grounds.
were this all, I would not be writing
this communication, but out state is
well represented in every industry. The
horticultural, agricultural, manufac
tures, machinery, niiubg, tine arts and
other buildings are well represented
in the products of our state, but the
greatest of all is the incomparable and
varied exhibit in the Oregon building,
which one must see tu properly aprecpi
ate. The arrangement and management of
tho Oregon exhibit in of the highest or-
Rain Stops Tennis
To Finish In Portland
The tournament of the Salem Tennis
association was not finished yesterday
on account of tfcemin and the remain
ing matches will be played off in Port
land. The Portland dnte has not yet
been sot but they will bo run off on the
Multnomah courts within the next two
weeks and the Salem players qualifying
for the finals will go io Portland to
compete for the cups. Hut one match
was played yesterday in which Bess
Cowden and Ralph Moon's defeated
Frohmnn and Miss llarvev 4 6, (j-4, 6-3.
The matches yet remaining to be played
in the finals and semi fiiuils are as fol
lows: Men's singles, Wiekersham vs. Shives
Women's singles. Mrs. Xorthnip vs.
Men's doubles, Wickershnm & Rod
ger vs. Frohinm & Kastham.
Mixed doubles. Mrs. Nortiirup audi
Snives vs. Miss Wording and Wicker
sham or Miss Cow-Jen and Moores.
Saturday's results follow:
Women's singles, semi-finals Mrs
Northrup defeated Miss Cowden. 61,
n-2; Mises tording defeated Miss Diem
Ai n o a i
' Men '. si.igl, s- Wakeu.an " detested
Moores, 7 .1, ti 2; Shives defeated Kay,
fi-3, 6-1; Wickerslinu defeated Thielson
6-3, fl-1, and Prohinun defeated Putnam
6 0, 7 9, 6 0.
Frohman, 6 3. ti 2. ii-1.
Wen's doulle:i, semi-finals Wicker
sham and Kmlu'ers defeated Harbison
and Thielsen ti :i, ti-4, fi-0; Frohman and
Kasthaiu defeated Yonng and Cox, 8 6,
Mixed doubles Mrs. Northrop and
Shives defeated Mrs. Bush and Put
nam 0-3, 4 (i, 6-0; Miss Fording and
letcated Miss Oray andi'"c w,Tl ,ln' nereor snm entire tract
.Isiin, ti 1,
:: Miss Cowden d
Moores defeated Miss Gray and East -
hum. fid, n o.
and Alida Heckcu. are among the e -
hibitors in the industrial de'rtnient
St. too I'olk count v fair.
, The West Salem school
Monday, October Ith.
20 People The New 20 People
FRANK RICH CO.
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The GREAT WHITE WAY
15 SONG HITS
Tomorrow Entire Change of Program
TOM and JERKY
Great Laughing Show Balcony 20c, Lower floor 30c
der, and te the credit ef the commis
sion I am informed that there will be
do deficiency reported after the fair is
We have met many Salem people
Mr. J. H. Albert is here witn
finest exhioit or "Indian manseis
the world, and it is needless to say
that the women have repeatedly voted
him the handsomest man in this great
The Sovereign Grand Lodge, I. O. 0.
F., has been in session here this week,
and on Wednesday more than ten
thousand Odd Fellows visited the fair.
The parade reached from the Palace'
Hotel to the California Building on the J
grounds, nearly three miles in length.' i
President Clark, of the state eommis-1
sion, invited the members of the lodge !
to visit the Oregon building and par
take of Oregon loganberry juice, and
be assured they drank as only Odd Fel
Loganberry juice is served each day
by two of the sweetest and lovliest of
e . i. : t .. i n..i -r
Oretron women, while Mr. Tavlor. a Ma
rion county man, who is a veritable !
talking machine as well as an encyclo-'
paedia of information, stands by to ex- j
pariate upon the wonderful industries
of his beloved state, and, further, he
is ably assisted. I
We all feel proud of the Oregon ex
j hihit and of those who are managing it,
'and I would advise all who possibly
can to visit it. From what I can learn,
October will be the best month to do
so. - j
The accomodations are of the best,!
and a person can live here as cheaply as I
in Portland or Salem, both cities be-1
ing noted for their hospitality to visit-'
ors and the traveling public. I
Mrs. Galloway and I have had an ex- j
cellent and instructive experience, and!
only regret that we did not drive down I
in our Ford. I
WM. GALLOWAY. !
Sheriff's Sale of Heal Property on
Notice is hereby given, that by vir
tue of an execution duly issued or.it of
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Marion and to me di
rected on the 3rd day of September,
1915 upon a judgment and decree duly
rer.'dered, eatered of record and docket
ed in and by said Court on the 12th day
of August, 1915 in a certain suit then
in said Court pending, wherein William
F. Olscn, as incompetent person, by Car
rie Olson, his guardian, and Carrie Ol
son was plaintiff's and L. B. Hansen
and JesBie E. Trestrail was defendants
in favor of plaintiffs and against said
defendants by which execution I am
commanded to sell the property in said
execution and hereinafter described to
pay the sum due the plaintiff of twenty
five hundred dollars, with interest
I thereon at the rate of 6 per cent, per
annum from the 2Sth day of May, 1914
until paid, less the sum of twenty-two
dollars, and the further sum of two
hundred fifty dollars, attorneys fees,
together with the costs and disburse
ments of said suit at fifteen and 00-100
'! dollars and costs an1 expenses of said
execution. 1 will on Saturdav the Hth
1 Li Oolober, IMS .t the hour of 10
o'clock a. m. of said day at the west
iwnr of tne. county court house in
Marion county, Oregon, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash
I 'ri hand on the day of sale, all the
iipm, uii, interest and esiaie wnicn
said defendants find all persons claim
nig under then subsequent to the 28th
day of May, 1912 in', or and to said
premises hereinbefore mentioned and
described in said execution as follows,
to-wit: The west thirty (SO) acres of
tho following described property to be
I set off by a line drawn parallel with
"'scriuea as roiiowst beginning
!" M'"e.? h.e eaH 'in of l,e
inft'l0n. " ''"n flf 1on,i Stipp and
. wite, m T. 8 8., K. 2 West of the Wil
1 Inmette Meridian, in nMrion Corinty.
i Oregon, said stone heinfc 32.75 chains
north of the South east corner of snid
claim; thence north S6 degrees and 30
minutes west 5.75 chains to a stone in
the middle of the Salem and Macleav
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Fall Fashions Ready
FOR YOUR INSPECTION
The new fur-trimmed Box
Coat Suits $15 to $33
Semi-tailored Suits, Braid and
Fur-trimmed $17.50 to $75
Strictly tailored Suits, Fine Serges and
Poplins $19.75 to $45.00
Junior Cloth Coats, Corduroy and
' Novelty Mixtures .............. $7,
Women's Cloth Coats,
Sizes 36 to 46 $7.50 to $35.00
Women's Plush Coats, Plain and
Fur-trimmed $19 75 to $50.00
Women's, Misses' and Children's Fleece Lined Under
wear, Vests, Pants and Union Suits at Redr.ced
Pictorial Review Patterns
U. G. Shipley Co.
145-147 North Liberty Street
county road, thence north S3 degrees
and' 15 minutes west 11.80 chains to a
stone at an a.igle in said road, thence
south 89 degrees west 43.25 chains to
the west line of the Stipp claim at a
point where its west line crosses the
middle of the said Salem and Mncleay
road; thence north 14.43 chains; thence
east 60 chains to the east line of said
Stipp claim; thence south 15.16 chains
to the place of beginning. .
Said sale beinir made subject to re
demption in the manner provided by
Dated this 7t"n day of September,
Sheriff of Marion County, Or.,
By W. I. Needham, Deputy. Oct. 7.
Notice to Present Claims. 1
Notice is hereby given that the un-1
dersigned, by an order of the County
Court of Marina County, Oregon, has
been appointed Executor of the estate
of George Whit.iker, deceased. All per
sons having claims against the estate of
deecedent are required to present them
within 6 months from the date nf this
notice, duly verified to the undersigned
at the law office of John II. McN'ary
and Charles L. McN'ary in United
States bank building, Salem, Oregon.
Dated tuis Sth day of September,
Executor of the estate of Gcoige
Whitaker, deceased. Oct 7.
Notice is hereby given that the un- j
dersigned by an order of the Comity ;
Court of Marion County, Oregon, has
been appointed as Artmlaistrutrix of the j
estate of Alden C. Estes, deceased. All i
persons having claims against such es-1
Salem's Educational Directory
Schools and Colleges
Capital Normal and Industrial School;
Term of 12 weeks opens September 13-13 ;
13th and Wilbur Streets, Salem '
Frederic 8. Mendenhall
l'iano Organ Theory.
Myrtle Long Mendenhall
Studio, Room 211, Hubbard
Frank E. Churchill, Fianiste. .
Tupil of Emil Liebling, t ricago; gradu
ate of Westers Conservatory, Chicago.
Studio Rooms 1-2, Opera House Bldg.
Res. I'bone 1C71-R.
Miss Beatrice Shelton
Teacher of Fisno.
Studio 345 Marion St. Phone 1 209
LlschiUiVy Technic and Dunning Sys
tem of Improved Music Stndy for
Fhote 1351 695 X. libsrtv
William Wallace Graham
, Teacher of Violin
t.JlT'S.f! r,,BiLEl1 8r,fcco, Berlin- 0r, unoor Joachim, Mar-K?-
1 "k' U,,r ot k'K"" 'on-nendatio. from them,
ginw" '"P1 P"eno.' A rpeeialty made of be-
rHudie o. Sajurdsr, 0f wwk ,t nofl, Mario jr ipp0Utroent,
i w tpits.uv
.50 to $25.00 J
tate are required to present them with
in six months from the date of this
notice, with the proper vouchers to the
undersigned at the office of S. M. En
dicott, 306 Salem Bank of Commerce
Building, Salem, Oregon.
Dated this 2nd day of September,
ANN G. ESTES, Administratrix.
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Carl O. Doney, President.
I. H. Van Winkle, Dean of Law Schorl
Dan F. Langenberg
Late pupil of F. . Arenr..
Studio 314-15-16-17 nnbbard Bldg.
Mrs. D. T. Junk
Mrs. Bertha Junk Darby
Teacher of Tiano
Thone 1950 W. 679 X. Cottage fit.
Miss Laura Grant
Tiano and Musical Kindergarten
859 Center St. Fhone 2016 B
Miss Luclls Barton
Teacher of Voice snd Theory
Studio Room 404 Hubbard Bldg. Bopi
dence 1017 JJorth Twentieth street.