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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 1915.
THE next dance to bo Riven by the
Monday Night Dancing club will
be Monday evening in the Moose
aau at eight unity o clock.
This affair which will be the second
of a delightful series to bo given by
w jnonaay mgnt cluo, is eagerly an'
Miss Marjorie Kay and Miss Bernice
Craig, who have been the guests of
jaisa janet JJavidson in Albany, re
Mrs. Borneo Ooulet is spending a few
oays m town as tne guest of Mrs. lion
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rau, of Hutchin
son, Kansas, are the house guests of
fr. and Mrs, T. H. Galloway. The
swus, wno are en route from the fair
sad California, nave been touring in
tho south for several weeks.
. Mr. and Wra. Charles Knowland had
as their over Sundp- guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Perry, of Stay ton.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Millard will
nend the week end in Dallas visiting
. with Mrs. Millard's sistor, Mrs. A. J.
WSson. Mr. Millard is the Salem dele
gate for the Odd Fclows lodge and will
attend the, convention which ib being
held in that city.
The members of the commercial club
will give a r ception and smokor to
night at eight o'clock in the club rooms
ior ineir now manager, Mr. Uttman II.
Mrs. Charles Faulkner entertained
the mothers' clsss of the First Mothod
ist church at an enjoyable afternoon,
Tuesday. Mrs. Faulkner's guests num
bered thirty-five members and the fol
lowing additional guests: Mrs. Br J.
Swafford, Mrs. A. A. Underhill, Mrs.
Ualverson and Mrs. O'Neal. Mrs. Ixjn
bold and Mrs. O'Neal assisted the host
ess in serving.
I Mr. and Mrs. F. Young and daugh
ter, Vnfa, of tstayton, were the ovor
Sunday guosts of Mr. and Mrs. W. V.
Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Young wore
rormer residents or salcm, naving lived
on we uarueu roau.
The Grant junior high students of
me eigntn grade ueld a meeting Wed
nesday evening at the school building,
to elect their class officers and to se
lect tho class colors. Old rose and sil
ver wore the colors decided upon. The
following officers were elected: Ellon
Owen, president; Lloyd Root, secre
tary; Bessie Kdwards, treasurer; Bvron
Kenworthy, sergeant nf arms; Ruth
Aspinwall, chairman of social commit
tee. The members of the social com
mittee are Grace Davifl, June McMil
lan, Helen Star. Guv Elison. Fred (.'line
nu narry vviiBOn.
The mothers Tiartv which was to
have been given by the Loyal Daugh
ters tonight in the First Christian
cnureh, has been indefinitely post
The Oxford comnanv which armours
this evening in the Salem armory as
ia secona auraction of the local lv-
ceum course offer as part of their pro
gram practically tho whole of Gilbert
and Sullivan's opera, the "Mikado."
This in itself will be a feature which
ought to assure a crowded house.
The comapny is as carefully chosen
as is a Grand Opera cast and thoir ef
forts are as effective as a Grand Op
era ensemble. All of the choruses and
solos of some eight or nine characters
aro Buntr, this being possible by the
transposition to voices other than those
for which they have been written.
The cast is as follows:
Yum Yum (Ward of Ko Ko and en-
gaged to marry him, but in love
with Nauki Poo)
Stella Sebastian Ogden
Pitti Sing (Also a ward of Ko Ko)
-Verne Ross Colmrn
Katisha (An elderly lady of the Mi-
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Pooh) Verae Ross Coburn
Nauki Pooh (Son of Mikado dis
guised as a wandering minstrel)
Claude Hart Oeden
Ko Ko (Lord High Executioner, in
love wiw Yum Yum)
." Harry Allen Leiter
All of the five artists composing this
xamous company are proies&ionai sing
ers and entertainers, tried and good,
The fact that the members rehearsed
a yeaj- before'appejaring under the
great Lyceum banner shows that their
program is a carefuly panned battle to
win taeir audionce.
Both Mrs. Stella Sebastian Ogden,
the soprona soloist, and Miss Verae
Ross Coburn, the "Schuman Helnk"
of Lyceum have voices of recognized
worth, throughout the United States.
M. Ogden, the tenor, and Mr. Leiter,
the basso contante, are endowed with
splendid voices. The accompanist, Mr1.
Burch has already won renown and a
place among young American pianists.
nuch distinguished artists will pre
sent a program tins evening which will
undoubtedly bo a revelation, for the
quartets, scenes from grand and light
opera, solos, readings, sketches and
crayon talks are in keeping with the
Highest aims of Lvceum.
New Today Ads, one cent per
THIS SALE IS A GREAT BIG
AN T A f;LAUS
To Thousands of People in Salem and Vicinity
T: a ti t a i ji
isiscuum on jvery Article in inis
Immense Stock, Except Rubber
Footwear. Think of it. In addi
tion to this look at the following;
5.00. Grades for $3.75
Broken lino of Norfolk Sweater Conts in
Orny or Maroon, extra heavy, ruff necks and
M.7S grade reduced to ......J3.00
C.00 and $5.05 grade roduccd to $3.73
Knit Hoods, Hats and Caps at Half Price.
Extra Special at 15c
A Inrge lot of women's black, wool, ribbed
Hose, in all sizes; regular price 25c a pair; go
ing at, pair ,. l5o
Hoys' and Girls' heavy and fine ribbed, black
cotton Hose, regular 20c quality; the lot now
at, pair 150
Our entire line of Eiderdown Yarns all
colors regularly sold at 15o a skein, now ..10o
95c Oualitv for 75c
Cotton Bed Blnnkoia, 65x78 inches. Tan
and Greys with bordors, also plain white;
reduced to 75C
30c to 45c Sellers Now ...... 25c
Ono lot of Scrims, Bungalow Nets and
Swisses; regular prices 18c, 20c, 25c a yard,
now ..: .' 15c
Ono lot of Fancy Scrims, Marquisettes and
Voiles; regular prices, 30c, 35c, 40c, 45c a yard,
Fringed Turkish Towels with pink borders,
18x38, 15c grade 12c
At Less Than Half
One lot of Leather Hand, Bags
regular prices wero 00a to $1.40,
Another lot of Leather and
Velvet Bags, sold nt $1.20 to $1.50,
Women's and Child
r, "ins hjrPK
ODD LOTS GREATLY REDUCED.
27 inches wide, regular price 15c,
now .. 10c
30 inches wide, regular price ISc,
now 12 l-2c
Outing Flannel, regular price
Outing Flunnol, Plain Cream, reg
ular price 10c, now 8c
Other good bargains in this class
A large counter load
at 20 per cent less
This lot of Two-Piece and Combination Suits is worthy of particular peo
ple s attention. The lot consists of too many different styles and qualities
to describe in detail, but some of our best wool and cotton (Orchid and
North Star Brands) are included, which means exceptional values.
20 PER CENT OR MORE OFF REGULAR PRICE.
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O. P. Hoff went to Portland, this
, Charles D. Fults is visiting hie daugh
ter at Gresham.
Dr. H. O. Hickman wna in tha riitv
yesterday, from Gervais.
C B. Webb and wife went to Port
land this morning on tho Oregon Electric.
F.-W. Patterson, a prominent farm
er of the St. Paul dialrutt. i in tho mtv
A. L. Martin, of Dallas, was in the
city last evening to at tend he big do
intra at the Elk In, a
L. H. Higgins returned this morning
i rum a wees: spent in tne eastern part
of the state and at Hood River, ob busi
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n man lor me r., Ji. s xi. railway
and now a broker in Portland. i in
George A. Hardy, of Oregon, depart
ment commander of the Grand Army of
the Republic, was in. the city yesterday
attending the Marion County Veterans'
C. A. Williams, assistant adjutant
general of the Grand Army of the Ke
nilbllA ftf firttttnn wanm . ..-. vaaalv
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attending the sessions of the Marion-
county veterans' association.
P. W. Borneman. nrnnrifltnr i4 tn
Capital Hotel, and daughter, Hortense,
ccumparara oy nia Drotner, utto Jlor
ncman, and wife, who have been visits
inir hnre -from Hinnv Tolla R n ;il
leave for that city next Monday. ' Mrs.
mnnsnoia, a sister of tne tfornemans-,
will also accompany them.
I COURT HOUSE NEWS I
Johanna Knupp has brought suit
against Clarence F. Heeley in the cir
cuit court of this state to collect the
sum of $132.25 alleged due for three
and one-half tons of oats and for $75
which it is stated was loaned to the
dofonUnnt by Amanda Knnpp. Lot 11
in block 12, Bitise's second add to Sa
lcm was attncltcd in connection with
the controversy. - Hcrminia Knapp
Heelcly secured a divorce from Clarence
E. Seeley in Judge Galloway's court
last wees: and tno suit today is brought
as an outgrowth of the contest.
H. J. Hendricks hnn hrmmhf anit
ngninst. J. H. Albert, uml tho Kalom
Building and Loan association to quiet
uuo ro mo nortft Hair of lot Bix and
part of lot five in the high school
JUdition to Kalemi The plaiutitf alleges
that the claims nf tlia dnfonHimtn
against the property in quostion are in
valid and asks a decree of tho court
setting them nsido and giving a fee
Simulo title to thft Ttrnrwrtv in thA nlain.
tifft McNary & AIcNary are attor-
uvjb ior mo pnumur.
Judge Kelly, of donartment No. 1. nf
the circuit court, todav issued an order
discharging the attachment in the case
or Jonn Springsteen against F. D.
O 'Conner. The order was issued upon
tho stipulation of Grant Corby and E.P.
Morcom, the attorneys for tha litigants,
that a sufficient bond had been de
posited by the defendant to satisfy anv
judgment that hight.bo rendered in the
A suit was filed in thee circuit court
today by William Uickenham against
Henry H. Gralnpp and Amelia Gralnpp
to collect $1,575 alleged due on a prom
issory note given tot Ferdinand M.
Mickenhnm by the plaintiffs. The note
CONTEST AT Y.NLGJL
Holiday Special Sales!
"Grizzly Bears" Show Burst I
of Speed Inter-City
The membership contest now on at
the Y. M. C. A. still continues with un
abatod interest and but one more week
remains in which to make the final effort
: Captain Ernest Blue of the "Orizzly
Bears" yesterday added about three
tnouaand points to his team-s score n
the annual membership contest, fciix
new men were signed up at this time.
Captain Baker of the "Go Get 'Ems"
also lined up several men so that the
contest i still a nip and tuck affair.
The Goal spurt is now on as the race
eome to an end next week.
Talk of an inter-city handball touraa
ment is occupying a large place in t lie
conversation of Y. M. C. A. men these
days. Tentative proposals for a tri
angular contest between Salem, Albany
and Eugene have already been made
and definite arrangements will be
maie soon. Tne contest, if arranged,
will consist of a series of games, sin
gles and doubles, an equal number to
be played in each city. Last winter
Salem overwhelmed the Albany team
in the first inter-city series held for
a number of years.
-n. largely -incrcaseu aucnoanee ana
the necessity for greater selection in
the work of tho business men's class
has made it necessary to divide this
class into two sections. Beginning
Monday niirht the first section will
meet in the gymnasium at five o'Alock.
The older men will comprise this sec
tion. Recreation will be the order of
the day and work of a not too strenu
ous type will be indulged in. The
younger men will assemble at half past
l'ive and, in addition to the usual ex
ercises will play volley and biff ball.
Finishing touches are being put on
the preliminaries for the annual Y. M.
O. A. show to be held in the opera
house in a little over two weeks. Re
hearsals will be started immediately
and a number of artists aro now plan
ning their repertoires. The 1915 show
will be specialized, consisting of vo
cal and instrumental music, sketches
and acrobatic stunts. '
,n oot urcu vy a mortgage on id acres or
land near this city and the plaintiff
seeks a foreclosure of tho mortgage and
j miujuuii iu u juugincui. in tne sum
of $1,57(3 with interest less $176 the
plaintiff asks for $150 attorney's fees
for filing the suit, $200 if it is con
tested and $250 tf "it is carried to the
supreme court. W. C. Winslow is at
torney for tho plaintiff.
An order confirming the sale of real
property under a mortgage was issued
today by Judge William Galloway in
the case of Katie .Seifcr against Anton
Seifer and J. B. Ofner.
Judge Galloway today issued an or
der-confirming the sale of property by
fcneriif teen in the case of Robert A.
Witzel against J. L. Ahlers and others.
A suit to foreclase a tax lien was
filed in the circuit court today by
Charles C. Logue against Frank Fisher
and Vernon Fisher, his wife. The prop
erty involved in lot No. 12 block 25
Scott s Mills. The amount in arrears is
Women's Fine Lingerie Waists at exceedingly
Lace Waists, Chiffon Waists, Georgette Crepe and C'rcpo Be Chine
Waists excellent assortment.
Regular Price $ 6.75 to $ 7.50 Special $1.48
Regular Price $10.50 to $15.00 Special $7.95
I Infants and Children's fine White Dresses
Ages six months to three years." Slightly mussed from display.
Regular Price $1.25 to $1.75! Special $ .69
Regular Price $2.25 to $2.75 Special $1.48
Regular Price $3.50 to $5.00 Special $1.98
at tho lowest price over quoted, QUALITY1 CONSIDERED. Colors aro
oil the popular plain shades, plaids, stripes, Brcsdvns. and two-tone
Regular Price $ .25 to $ .35 Special $ .19
Regular Price .39 to .50 Special .29
Regular Price .65 to .75 Special .39
Regular Price .85 to 1.25 Special .59
Donnison ' Novelties
COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, CHILRDEN'S
WEAR AT EXTRAORDINARY LOW PRICES
Pictorial Review Patterns
N ivelty Jewelry
Colgate's Porf units
Shipl y's Christmas Coupon for Children
Present this coupon signed by parent, or Guardian beforo Decem
FREE One Construction Basket FREE
Out of town customers Mail this coupon.
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U. G. Shipley Co.
i 145 North Liberty Street
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Oregon Cedar Camp, Ko. 5216, Mod
ern Woodmen of America, met lust ev
ening in McCornack hall and elected
the following officers:
Consul George Reinoehl.
Adviser A. H. Bunn.
Clerk Johu A. Wright.
Banker E. B. Mntten.
Escort-B. B. Sutton.
Physicians Dr. W. S. Mott, Dr. 0.
B. Mites, and Dr. H. J. Clements.
Watchman Henry Hehott.
Hentry L. Fimby.
Manager W. M. Persons.
These officers will.be installed at the
meeting of tho ledge, January 3.
20 to 50 percent Reductions on Heavy Coatings
All Men's and Boy's Suits. Overcoats, less 20 per cent
Large Lot. Broken Lines of Shoes, less 20 per cent
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All Wool Suits
If it is a Man's gift pet it at the man's gift store
that means Salem Woolen Mills Store
For the Ladies-
This list of helpful suggestions but the
men will find it useful, too.
Every gift is a practical one for a man
that's what insures true appreciation.
Pick any one of them and you can almost
hear him say, as he opens the package on
Christmas morn, "well, here's something
I can use."
When you've decided on the nature of the
gift, you'll need our services to help you
determine size, patterns, colors --- all the
little details must be carefully thought
out to make his satisfaction complete. Only
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question of detail just right and we've
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