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CAROL & DIBBLE.
Min. V. I). Gardner, of Corvallis, was
entortainod by Mrs. William t Jfcrgo,
a her houiwt riient during tho State
Federation. 11 r. (lardner wag a dele-
pat from tho College Folk club- of
Corvallis, a unique, organization which
is working along lines parallel to vari
ous need and activities in college life.
Tho club members entertain a number
of tho college girls individually fit their
homes from time to time, in groups of
fiv, thus t'oHtoring tho social sjiirit to
a marked degree among tho university
women. AlrB. Onrdner, who is the wife
of Professor Gardner of tho Horticul
. tural department at O. A. C, returned
to Corvallis today.
Mrs. J. C. J'ettyiohn and daughters,
; Jiolen aud Ijiiciio, left today tor IN ye
beach, where they will spend several
1 months. During Mrs. Pettyjohn's ab
sence, Mr. and .Mrs. J. h. Clark and
son, Joseph (lark, and Mrs. Clark's
' mother, Mrs. Htowart, of Hpringficld,
; regon, will occupy the Pettyjohn resi
, den co at 145 North Fourteenth street,
The ("lurks, who have recently arrived
in Balom, arc ono of SnringfioM's nroni'
inent families. Mr. Clark is manager
of the Oregon Hop Growers' associa
tion. Mrs. Pettyjohn, who hag gono to
Nyo Heach for recuperation and rest,
will bo at homo to her friends In the
Jlar Harbor cottage on Coast street
Mr nnil Mm ft VJ .Tnhnonn I,.. . .
turned from a pleasant outing of two
weens at. riewport.
Miss Mary Itinney and Kdward Bin-
ney, Jr., who are the guexU of thoir
sister, Mrs. George Palmer Putnam,
pent today in Corvullis, whero thoy
wera shown the buildings and the
grounds of the Oregon Agricultural col
lege by President Kerr.
Mrs. P. H. Cnstner, of Hood River,
Mil Mrs. Sylvia Thompson, of The
Dalles, wero entertained by Mrs. J. 11.
Alberts, as her guests 'during tho
Miss Ona Hticmumou hag returned to
her home at McMinnville alter attend
ing the Htato Federation. Hhe wag tho
fluent at the H. A, Harris homo on
North Cottage- street during her stay in
Mrs, K, 0. Ptaton bad as houso
guest at her homo on Court street
this week, Mrs. lilaino McCord and
Mr. Herbert Gill, of Woodbuni.
Mrs. Armin Steiner has returned
from an extended stay at Coog Hay.
fluent of Mrs. ,T. D. Sutherland dur
ing the Federation were Mrs. Churles
A. Hell and Mrs. Alta 1. Page, of
Hood Klver. Yesterday -Mrs. II. J. Hob
son, of Portland, whs also a guest of
Miss Laura Wagner has returned
from a two weeks stay in Portland.
Mrs. Valo llngodorn (Lydia La
Itiwneh) was pleasantly surprised on
Thursday evening at hor home, by a
(Troup of friends who gave a post nup
tial shower in her honor. The evening
was merrily passed with games and
sewing, hater a buffet luncheon was
served by Mrs. W. J. Iljigedorn, Mrs.
Henry Hnuer and Miss llimnie ltunn.
Sur You Oel
Th rood-drink for all kf
Fot Infant., Invalids .nd Growing chil Jrrn.
Pute nutrilion, upbuilding the whole body.
R'f" ""Ik, msltcrj gram in powdet form.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take a Package Home
Unlemm you Bay "HORLICK'S"
you may got m ubtltuto.
Those who participated in the enjoy
ment of tins affair were: Mr. and
Mrs. C. E. Whitney, Mr. and lr. Vale
Hagedorn, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hae
dorn, Mrs. V. LaHrtsnch, Mrs. Lawrence
Hunu, Mrs. Henry Bauer, Mrs. Lloyd
RaniBdell, Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. McKin
ney, Mrs. Albright, Mrs. C. Witzel,
Mrs. Paul llnusor, Miss Edna Whitney,
Miss Honnio Bumi, Miss Lueile Hunn,
Master Doyle Witzel, Master Paul
Mrs. Belle Brown "is visiting her son
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown,
of Portland, for a few days.
William Firstbrook has left for Pan
Francisco to attend tho Pnnama-laeifle
exposition. Before returning to Salem,
he will go to Denver, Calorado, where
ho will join Mrs. Firstbrook, who left
for Denver some time ago.
Mrs. A. Klein and 'laughter, Miss
Biniiialino Klein, left Tuesday to pass
the winter iu California. They went
directly to Ban Franeisco, where after
visiting tho exposition, tiiey will go to
.Southern California, toe spend some
time with relatives in Los Angeles and
other cities in that vicinity.
Tho Lucy Leo and the Progressive
classes of tho Jason Lee church will
entertain at a Hallowe'en party Mon
day evening at the homo of Alisis Ha
ft ft 4
Mrs. Anna High lias been entertain
ing Mrs. David .Stout, of McMinnville,
during tho Htate Federation.
Miss Bessio Dingee, who is leaving
for Newport, Oregon, where her mar
riage to F.dgar Crocker, will take place
in November, was the inspiration of
an enjoynblo surprise party Tuesday
evening. A mock wedding was the
chief feature of entertainment during
the evening. Tho guests nt this affair
wore: Bessie Dingee, Flo Imus, Mrs.
Frank Tyler, Grace, Lois and Inez Ty
ler, Frances Gleeson, Anna (ileeson,
Frances Hoiomon, and Stella Kcrstcin,
Mrs. F. 0. Myers and children, Dcryl
and Maxine, returned today from a
nine weeks' sojourn in various cities of
the middle west, including Minneapolis
and Hioux City, Town and also Denver,
Colorado. Though having enjoyed her
stay to tho utmost, Mrs. Myers is ex
cedingly jjlnd to bo back in tiio milder
climate of Oregon and the even more
welcome surroundings of her homo
Mrg. George M. Brown had as her
uest this week, dining the Federation,
Miss Mario Marten, of iiosebnrg.
Mrs. IT. It. Ollnger is entertaining
Mrs. lialpn A. Watson, of Portland, as
her house oiiest nt iicr home on Mill
street. Mrs. Watson is the wife of
former stato corporation commissioner
of Halem. ' - -
LIVES A GIRL
Who Suffered As Many Girls
Do Tells How She
(I. (). Clement, of Fulls City, was in
John Cursmi, Jr., is in Portland to
day on legal business.
K. N. Peetz. returned this morning
from a business trip to Portland.
Don Wiggins returned today1 from l
visit of several days in Portland.
Mrs. L. F. Putter and son, I.yle, of
Mill City, are visitors here today.
Hubert Henderson, a merchant of
Cliemnwn, is In the city on business.
Mrs, W. C. Knighton was n passenger
this morning on the Oregon Klectric to
Mrs. Ilcrt Hlriinlmugh was called tr
Oregon City this morning by the serious
illness of her sister.
D. .1. Cooper, of The Dulles, returned
to his home Jhis morning after n few
days spent here on business.
Mrs. Frank Myers and children re
turned today from visit of two
months in the oust.
K. F. Uichnrdson and wife returned
this snorning from u three weeks' visit
Sterling, Conn. "I am girl of 22
years and 1 used to faint away every
month and was very
weak. I was also
bothered lot with
4 1 female weakness. I
1 i i . i i . i ,
reiui yuur uiue dock
'Wisdom for Wo
men, ' and I saw how
others had been
helped by Lydia E.
ble Compound, and
decided to try it, and
it has made me feel
like a new girt and I am now relieved
of all these troubles. I hope all young
girls will get relief as I have. 1 never
felt better in my life." Mrs. John
Teteeault, Box 116, Sterling, Conn.
Massena, N. Y. -"I have taken Ly
dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
and 1 highly recommend it If anyone
wants to write to me I will gladly tell
her about my case. I was certainly in
a bad condition as my blood was all turn
ing to water. I had pimples on my face
and a bad color, and for five years I had
been troubled with suppression. The
doctors called it 'Anemia and Exhaus
tion,' and said I was all run down, but
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound brought me out all right" Miss
Lavisa Myres, Box 74, Massena, N.Y.
Young Girls, Heed This Advice.
Girls who are troubled with painful or
irregular periods, backache, headache,
dragging-down sensations, fainting
spells or indigestion, should immediately
seek restoration to health by taking Ly
dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
in California, including both of the ex
positions and visits to other points of
Mrs. J. L. Schultz and Mrs, R. B.
Bohr, who were attending the Woman's
Federation meetings as delegates from
Portland, returned to their homes this
E; T. Miles and wife will leavo to
morrow evening for a month's visit in
California. After visiting the two ex
positions, they will visit with friends
nt Wickenberg, Arizona.
Had Mcltndo is m the city for a
fow days visit with friends. He has
juct returned from Alaska, and is now
on his way to L'halt, where he will
have charge of a smelting plant.
The Salem Social Service Centor will
meet this evening iu the auditorium of
the public library for tho annual elec
tion of officers and to consider work
aud plans for the winter months.
A. L. Kyan, a conductor on the Ore
gon Electric, running out of Sa.lcm each
morning, has been promoted to the po
sition of trainmaster for tho road, with
headquarters in Portland. With his
family no will move to that city within
a few davs.
New Brick On Comer
State and Liberty
It is rumored todny thnt negotiations
nro under way for tho 'erection of a
brick-building- on the pronertv owned
by the McOilehrists, corner of State and
Liberty street. The property includes
the lots now occupied by frame one
story building from the Bligh hotel on
State street to the new brick building
just built by the Koth Grocery com
pany. According to reports, the ten
ants of these buildings have been given
.10 days' notice to vacate. While there
has been rumors of the erection of A
business block on this comer at differ
ent times for the past 10 years, yet this
time there seems to be some basis for
the report, ns it is said negotiations
are now under way for the renting of
.10 feet of the building facing on State
street by one of the lending firms of the
These Worsteds make Splendid Utility Dresses and
are especially good for girls' school wear. There is a
large assortment to choose from at this price.
30 Inch All Wool Serges iu plain
colors such as green, navy, red.
brown, Copenhagen, wine, tan and
3u inch plain colored All Wool
Wool and Cotton mixed Dress
Goods, txtra quality, in
Black and white checks
Navy and whit checks
Red and ireen plaid
Nary and green plaid
KKst f,,w ,r,, f B1. k Bd hlu .,rtlMa
these plaids and checks,
rox plaited according to ,ym n
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Kor a singularly pret
ty skirt for girls, 8 to
1 4 wars old. wm.1.1
A most charming
folk dress for
with box-plaited blouse,
trimmed with a little
satin nd braid, can be
made from these splen-
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Madame Jeanne Jomelli, the famous
diva who will appeur at the Oregon to
nighi, was born in Amsterdam, Holland.
Her earliest musical education was
commenced before die was ol
eiwu-gh to sit comfortably before the
keyboard of a piano. As a child she
studied for several years in London
and later continued iu Paris under the
famous Madame Matildc Marchcsi,
who is said to have developed more
world famous . artists than any oth
er person, among whom are Lillian
Nordics, Emma Eames, Olive Frem-
stadt, Mme. Tetrazzim, and Mme,
more recent coaching was under the
famous St. Saens and Massenet. The
secret of Madame Jomelli 's success
lies not alone in her natural endow
ments, but also in her deep study and
tirc'.eFs energy. Her repertoire in
cludes some eighty-five grand operas
in - their original languages. Her
most beloved work, however, is in
concert and recital, and her rendition
of many simple English melodies has
won her present place in American
hearts. Among these is "Home.
Sweet Home," great in its simpilicty
and sung without elaboration or, flour-it-hes.
the true test artistic honestv.
In Germany she studied un-IThis will be included in her nrocram
dor Professor Btobhausen, and her and "The Last Eose of Hummer."
Caused by Disease of tte Kidney,
An-uric" , n.
Simply 8 for D
- The close connection which exists, free This
between. the heart and the kidneys is;) is 7 times mote
weu known nowadays. AS sootf as
kidneys are diseaced, arterial tension is
increased and the heart functions are
attacked. When the kidneys no longer
pour forth waste, uremic poisoning
occurs, "and the person dies and the
cause is often given as heart disease, or
disease of brain or lungs.
It is a good insurance against such a
risk to send 10 cents for a sample
package of ' An-urie" the latest dis
covery of Dr. Pierce. Also send a
sample" of your water. This will bo
examined without charge by expert
chemists at Dr. Pierce 'g Invalids' Ho
tel, Buffalo, N. T. when you suffer
from backache, frequent or scanty ur
ine, rheumatic pains here or there, or
that constant tired, -worn-out feeling,
it's time to write Dr. Pierce, describe
your symptoms and get his medical
opinion without chaige and absolutely
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uui wucer floes suenr
There , Y .'"ce A..
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very pacKago of A ittUta
be Dr. Pierce's. You will V
nate on the 4
o Dr. Pierce's FavorHe Vl
the ever-famous friend to , .?nfS
men. .- 10 U'ng
Kidney Disease is suspected k.
?al men when patie,8 ,7 7"
backache or suffer i h ir C''''1'
tion disturbed, ton freqofT'"
painful passage. The genern! atl
aches, dizzy spells, irritability8
ency, weakness and general
Worry ig frequent eiu4 anais.,
a symptom of kidney diSea.e Tk "
olulcu l0 immediate relief (, i
these symptom after using p, p
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: Salems Educational Directory :
Schools and Colleges
Capital Normal and Indugtrial School
Term of 12 week open September 13-15
13th snd Wilbur Streets, Salem
Opens September 13-15
Carl O. Doney, President
I. H. Van Winkle, Dean of Ui, fciod
Music and Art
Miss Beatrice Shelton
Teacher of Piano.
Studio 345 Marion St. Phone 1299
BIDS FOR WOOD ARE
ACCEPTED BY STATE
State Institutions Will Use
6343 Cords of Wood Dur
ing Coming Year
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COURT HOUSE NEWS
Frank E. Churchill, Pianiste.
Pupil of Emil Liebling, Cricago; gradu
ate of Western Conservatory, Chicago.
Studio Rooms 1-2, Opera House Bldg.
Keg. Phone 1671-B.
1 Miss Luclle Barton
Teacher of Voice and Theory
Studio Room 404 Hubbard Bldg. Resi
dence 1017 North Twentieth street.
Dan F. Langenberg
Late pupil of F. X. Arenz.
Studio 314-15-16-17 Hubbgrd Bk
Llgchitezky Technic and Dnnning 8
tem of Improved Music Study jj
Phone 1351 695 N. Liistj
COURT HOUSE NEWS T ..!
An order confirming the sale of i
mortgaged property wag issued today
by .Judge Willinm Galloway in depart-1
ment number 2 of the circuit court in f
the suit, of William F. Olson, an in.i
competent person, by Carrie Olson, his
guardian and Carrie Olson against L.
B. Hanson and rfthers. The order
makes the sale legal and binding upon
the parties to the contract.
The stat? .board of control today let
the contracts for 6,313 cords of wood
which will be used by the several state
institutions during the coming year.
Most of the wood used will be first
growth fir, to be furnished by the
Charles K. Spnulding Logging com
pnny. Tho bids which were auceptcd fol
low! Oregon State hospital P. A. Frazier,
first growth fir, cords at $3.47.
Cottago farm V. D. C. Bench, 150
cords first growth fir at 3.4; Wil
linm Sheridan, 200 cords at $3.94; 8 O.
Hhects, 50 cords at $3.75; J. M. Witsel
00 cords at 4; second growth fir, V. D.
O. Beach, 150 cords at 3.48; William
Sheridnn, 150 curds at $3.48; Florence
Irwin, 200 cords nt $3.52; C. K Reeves,
350 cords at. $3.40; B. B. Gessner, 100
cords at $3.45; C. A. Boling, 50 cords at
3.25: C. J. Lewis, 100 cords nt $3.44,
and M. Burbnker. 28 cords at $3.40.
renitentiary liiverview Land com-
rpany, li5 cords first growth fir at
$.t.(0; Spnulding Logging compnnv. 100
cords of round slabs at $2.40; 'l. 1..
Smith, 50 cords of grub oak at $4.25.
Institute for the Feeble Minded
Second growth fir, E. M. Croisan, 700
cords at $.1.53; V. F, Drnger. 100 cords
nt $3.50; I,, w. Drnger, 25 cords nt.
$3.4S; Dennis & Williams, 100 cords nt
3.(54; Dennis & Williams, ii.r0 vords nt
3.5(1; T. M. Alleuby, 150 cords nt $3.(10;
Spnulding Logging company, 875 cords
of round slabs nt $2.75.
State Triiiiiinir Hehool for Eovs '
First growth fir, George Giierne, 50
cords nt 3.3."; George L. Morris, 200
i fords nt :i.ir; Lawrence (iirardin, 50
cords nt $3.35; W. C. Morris, 75 cords
nt $3 25; V. I). ('. Bench, 200 cords ash
; at :.2i.
I Tuberculosis hospital First growth
fir, II. C. Strong, 100 cords at $3.44;
t Fred L'lscr, (50(1 cords at $3.40.
Blind school first growth fir, F. M.
Croisnn, 75 cords nt$3.70; Spaulding
, Lnirging company, 100 cords of round
, slabs nt $2.35.
! Deaf school K. M. Croisan, 30 cords
i of first growth fir nt W.SO.
Girls Indus! rinl Khnnl K C.
j 150 cords of second growth fir at $3.25
The Wrong Man Missed j
the Chickens Said Louis
Another order permitting the plain
tiff to file a supplemental complaint
was made today by Judge Gailoway-in4
the case of F. h. Hume against Liver
L. Rice and William Esch upon the mo
tion of the plaintiff's attorney John A.
Carson. The defendant was given 10
days iu which to file an answer.
A marriage license was issued today
at the office of the couuty clerk to
William H. Downing, a fanner of Shaw
and Miss Joscpha Holmes, a bookkeeper
of this city. This is the fourth matri
monial venture for the groom while the
bride is making her first attempt.
A decree of -divorce was issued to
the plaintiff by Judge Galloway today
in the case of Samuel G. Kundlett
against Alta A. Rnndlett. The defend
ant milking no appearance, the decree
was awarded bv default.
William Wallace Graham
Teacher of Vlolia
Pupil of Boyal High School, Berlin, Germany, under Joachim, Uu
teau, Halir and Markcs. Letter of highest commendation from them.
Mine and one half year European experience. A specialty made of be
ginner. Studio on SaturCiy of each week at Hotel Marion, i'or sppoinlmeut,
phone hotel or inquire of Mis Mary Schultz, Assistant. 180 N. 21st 8t,
in the city and country, that something i J. R. Milor. Stavton; K. E. Shields, Gei-
should bo done to advunco tho agrieul-1 vnis; sHarah Lewis, Annisville; J. U
tural interests of the county',' but no i Col.jan, Marion; 11. lie Bride, Salm.
due as yot. has proposed a' uritisfactoryi ' . .'.''' i
solution. With tho prominent farmers i nwii1otinn Tiiynoil
To Railroads Today
from all the granges in tho county, iu I
iuui-l Cl U n'til IUO LMISIIIVSn 1 II Wl Volll I .
of the city, it wa3-fclt that, at least
there might be an exchango of opinions (Copyright 1915 by the Xew Ion
that would eventually load to the ad
vantage of ell.
According to the 1915 official grange
book, the master of Marion county Po
mona gTanga is W. H. (Stevens, of Gor
vais, lecturer; J. A. Scllwood, of Salem,
and Secretary E. K. Shields, of Ger
vais. The mast rs of tho granges are:
J. A, Sellwood, Salem; Charles Kin
yon, Aurora; A. F. Larson, Woodburn;
J. E. Whitehead, Turner; W. J. Jeffer
son, Gcrvais; H. E. Martin, Macleay;
New York. Oct.
swung entirely away from war etoets
today. It centered on railroads to mi
a degroo that a series of important w-
vanccs resulted. In a manner f"ir
to su-rgest the urgent liquidation ili'l
yesterday succeeded reports of 1.
speculators bought railroad issuei libd
ally, resulting, in advances of on to
three noints. and m an c"r!
case to ii.
Upon the stipulation of the attorneys
in the case the suit. of W. ('. Reynolds
and H. A. Reynolds against B. F. Row
land and C. H. Rowland, was dismissed
without cost to either party by Judge
Galloway today. This was an action
brought, to recover money which was
given for mining stock alleged to be
worthless. Mclnturff & Mclnturff
represented the plaintiff.
Members of Grange
To Meet Committee
Fivo members from ench of tjie dif-
ferent grange j of Marion county will
meet wilh r. committee of the com
mercial club to bi held in this city
Wednesday, November 3. Tho com
mitten of busineis men will bo ap-
pointe.1 by tho agricultural depart-!
ment of the coinmorcinl club. Tho gen-1
oral advancement of tho agricultural!
interests in this countv will be discuss- '
lel at this meeting. At a recent ineot-'
t.r rtl' thn ..nnimi,r,.,, 1 i.lnlv th.u n,.ti,..i .
"f. " " MVl.W.I
was (jilien in order flint, tim lnHinnsMl,
men of tho citv might bo fullv informed !
ns to whnt opiniorn wore held thrdugh-IJ
out tne county, lliero is a feling biith!
Louis Carter, a 14 year-old colored
boy, was committed to the reform
school yesterday by Judge Bushey for
the part the boy played in exciting
numerous hens and other livestock upon
the farm of a Marion couuty resident
south of town. It appears that Louis
come in possession of a 22 calibre rifle
and finding wild gam scarce he shot up
most anything else that came into view
including a few milk fns filled with
milk, some crocks that were turned up
side down in the yard and then tried
hi marksmanship on the kens that in
habited the birn vard. "
Deputy Sheriff" "Babe" Needham
asked Louis if ho missed many of the
hens, tnd Louis answered:
"No auh, the owssh was the one who
missed W That" why I'm aeah."
HIS AFFECTIOHS VALUABLE.
rortlsnd, Or., Oct. 2J. Ten thous
and dollars is the value Mrs. ln
Jacobwm pines on the affection ef her
husband la aa alienation suit against
Haiti Baker, 00 trial her today.
This article has been
unobtainable for sever
al months on account of
the European war.
We have just received
a shipment of the gen
uine Russian Oil in orig
inal pint" bottles by
We have new bathing
caps direct from the
Parry's Drug Store
'The Rexall Store
-:- SALE :-
Now in full swing
Every Cloth Suit Included
Plain-Tailored Models, Fur-Trimmed Models
and All Novelty Suits
Regular Prices, $17.50 to $19.75 J
Regular Prices, $22.50 to $21.50
Regular Prices, $25.00 to $29.75
Regular Prices, $32.50 to $45.00
PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS
U. G. Shipley Co.
145 N. Liberty St ' Salem, Oregon