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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1916,
Mrs. Otto Metchan of PortlnnJ, who
lias been the house guest of Mrs. John
Miuto for a week returned home Sun
Mrs. Frank Spencer has as iier house
guests her sister, Miss Florence AUken
and Mrs. J. 0. Aitken of Koscburg.
The members of the Amiens club
were recently entert .lined with an en
joyable informal afternoon at the res
idence of Mrs. Jesse Campbell. Late in
the afternoon the hostess served dainty
refreshment. Mrs. T. II . Galloway
-was an additional guest.
Mrs. George Waters entertained as
ler week-end guest Miss Leon Case
Hicr, dramatic editor of the I'ortland
Mrs. Paul Hauser entertained with
an informal sewing Friday afternoon.
About ten matrons of the hostess' Ken
nington club were guests. Yellow blos
soms of the spring time were used
about toe rooms.'
Mr. uid Mrs. Robert Faulus were
hosts for a five hundred party at their
apartment in the "Court" Friday
rvening. in celebration of the first
1'iiniviipnrv of their wedding.
The rooms were effectively adorned!
with lilacs and greens. I'layers circled j
three tables of the game, anil Mrs. K.I
K. lfingo was awarded the high score
In in or.
Mrs. I'aulus was assisted in the serv
ing by her sister, Airs. Clarence Hart
ley. Those playing were, Mr. and Mrs. B.
1'.. Iiiugo, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hiblor,
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1'ntihis, Dr. and Mrs.
C Hartley, Miss Kmily Phillips, Miss
Jlr.dle Ilroker and Kohert La Hue.
Aboul sixteen matrons of the Leisure
Hour club were the guests of Mrs.
VHEII RUN DOWN
Hood's Sarsaparllla, ths Reliable
Tonio Medicine, Build Up.
The reason why you feel bo tired
11 the time at this season Is that
your blood Is impure and impover
lHhed. It lacks vitality. It la not
the rich red blood that gives life to
the whole body, perfects digestion
and enables all the organs to per
form their functions as they should.
Get Hood's Sarsaparllla from any
druKRtst. It will make you feel
better, look better, eat and Bleep
better. It is the old reliable tried
and true all-the-year-round blood
purifier and enrlcher, tonic and ap
petiser. It revitalizes the blood, and
la especially useful In building up
the debilitated and run-down.
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is helping
thousands at this time of year. Let
it help you. Get a bottle today and
bKln taking It at once. Be sure to
got Hood's. Nothing else acts like It.
Oeorge 0. Krown and Mrs. D. V.
M.ithw at the residence of the form
er in Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. M. L. Meyers and Mrs. A. L.
H row ii were asked as additional guests.
On Sunday afternoon the marriage
of Miss Vera V. Zoscl and Cecil C. Mc
Donald took place at the home of the
bride's parents 210 Mission street.
The ceremony was performed by
liev. F. T. Porter of the First Chris
tina eliurth. Only relatives and a few
friends were in attendance. Til
youn" couple will leave Tuesday for
Mr. McDonalds horn in .Manton, vt n. .
Those prraei.t were: Mr. and Mrs. I
I C. Xosel, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Neu-
mail, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Kuble, Mr. I
. m i. a a i i . , w
H11U -nrs. vv . A. Artisei, -nr. ami .tiro.
William McIJ.iniel, Mr. and Mrs. E.
P. J'etticr, iiiss Pearl and Master Rob-
eit Neninan and the Misses Maude,
Vf'a and Jean McDauiel.
Miss Marie Hreitenstein went to
Portland Sunday to attend the funeral
of Miss Uussio Thomas, which will t.ike
place today. Miss Thomas formerly
lived in Halem and had a wide circle
of friends in the high school set, with
whom she was verv popular.
Mrs. Xorma T.ef f ingwell was the re
cipient of a delightful surprise show
er given by the matrons of the Calico
club Saturd.iy evening.
Tne affair was planned as a pre
nuptial attention to Mrs. Leffingwell,
whose marriage to George K. Terwil
liger will take place Thursday. About
seventy-five friends gathered for the
evening and the honor guest w is show
ered with pretty gifts..
A score or more members of the La
Area club and several of their .friends
enjoyed an Faster picnic in King
wood park Sunday.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Pon
eroy, S. G. Sargent, state superintendent
of banks, was in Kngene yesterday.
Frank S. Ward is iu Portland, having
been subpoened to oerve on the United
States grind jury.
Mr. and Mrs. Pert Dennis and daugh
ter, Willis Reynolds and Miss Ella
Currey motored to Stayton yesterday.
First lientenant L. H. Compton will
go to Dallas Tuesday to assist Captain
Stafford in giving Company L a special
A. L. Sumption of Portland, vice
president and Portland "Tflannger for
the Studebaker Bros, company, is in
the city on business.
H. L. Gilkey, of the First National
bank of Grants Pass, is in the city, vis
iting his son Frrol Gilkey and being
entertained by Dr. M. C. Findley.
Mrs. Carl Hartley, who has been in
the city visiting her mother-in-law,
Mrs. C. L. Hartley, returned today to
her home near Fort Rock, Oregon.
Mi,ss Ora Const.ible, who is attend
ing the Oregon Agricultural college,
was in the city over Sunday visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Constable.
W. J. Kerr of Suver is in the city.
Mrs. H. Kricksou of Independence
is in tho city.
Rev. H. C. Stover and wife are vis
itors in Portland.
H, S. Poisal is attending to business
mntters in Portland.
Dr. M. J. liutler is a Salem visitor
today from Monmouth.
Judge Helt of Dallas, was in the city
a few hours this, morning.
Walter L. Spaulding was in Oregon
City for an over Sunday visit.
Mrs. A. M. Chapman of Seward was
a visitor in this city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Graham were in
Portland for in over Sunday visit.
Albert t Linilsey of Seattle was in
the city yesterday visiting friends.
Mrs. K. Cornelius! and daughter
Helen of Monmouth were the guests
APPLKGATE In the city Saturday,
April 22. 1916, William Applegate
in his 4.'th year. The body was
sent to Dniu Oregon by Webb Cc
Clough, accompanied by a brother,
A. 1. Applegate.
He belonged to the Applegnle fami
ly, pioneers of Oregon who were active
in the early Indian wars of the state.
DOANE Tn Portland, Oregon, Satur
day, April 22, 1916, Mrs. Matild.i
Doane, in her 00th year.
Funeral services were held this after
noon at the Centenary church in Port
land. The body will arrive in Salem
tomorrow morning on the 10:11 Oregon
Klectric. Hrief services will be held
by the Rev. R. N. Avison at the Lee
Mission cemetery before burial.
Mrs. Doane was tho widow of a
Methodist minister of Oregon pioneer
diys. At one time her husband was
pastor of the Methodist church in the
city, They came to Snlem in 1849 to
take charge of the Oregon Institute,
now Willamette University, and were
identified for many years with the
Methodist interests of the country.
Special meeting of Salem
Lodge No. 4, A. F. 4 A. M.,
this evening. Work in the
M. M. degree. Viciting breth
tuii, ami L
lrasir!l ft. nil
READY TO WEAR SALE
ALL SUITS, COATS and
DRESSES Will Be Offered
Tomorrow at Drastic Price
We want to clear our stocks in Women's, Misses' and Children's Apparel Depart
ments. We have too many garments for this season of the year. That is the reason
for this extraordinary reduction. Our entire stock of Women's, Misses' and Chil
dren's Suits, Coats and Dresses None Reserved.
Many Garments at Less Than
The Biggest Event of the Spring Season
O TS Tl TT T7 V
This is a wonderful Silk Season and we have gone into them very
heavy. If you have ever had a longing for the silks of grand
mother's days, that longing may be more than gratified in these
rich designs and qualities. You should, by all means, see the count
less numbers of Plain and Fancy Novelty Silks on display in our
windows and on our counters during this week Silks that fairly
sparkle with originality. Most of . these were bought before the
sharp advance prices went into effect, therefore you will find our
prices as attractive as the Silks themselves nowhere to be dupli
cated. The following are a few of the important ones:
Chiffon Taffetas Changeable, and all
new spring shades, 'Mi inches wide,
yard ... J1.40, $1.50, $1.65, $1.75
Black Chiffon Taffeta -Very fine,
,'ltl to 40 inches wide, at vnril, $1.25,
$1.45, $1.50, $1.05, $1.75, $1.85, $2.00
Novelties lUcnutiful line for Waists
and Dresses, 114 to 27 inches wide, at
Novelty stripe. Plaid and Check Chif
fon Taffetas, ill! inches wide, $1.15,
$1.25, $1.45, $1.C5, $1.75, $1.95.
Cheney Silks Taffetas and Shower
proof rulnrds, in bountiful com
binations, 40 inches w ide, $1.75, $'2.25
Skinner's Silks and Satins in plain
colors and stripes.
Pretty Faille Silks Messa lines and
( repe de Chines.
Tub Silks a ml Tub Crepe de chines in
mi almost endless arielv with a
plentiful assortment of handnonio
stripe combinations, .'12 to HU inches,
yard, $1.00, $1.15, $1.25, $1.50, $1.65
pongee Silks Each piulity a big value,
and. uinny of them including Striped
I'ungces, XI and :U inches wide,
yard 50c, 60c. 65c, 75c, 90c, $1.00.
$1.15, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00.
Silk and Wool Poplins Nearly every
shade shown in these uunlities, 40 in.
wide, $1.15, $1.50, $1.85 and $2.25.
There are many other Silks not mentioned here. Silks more
beautiful, more charming and in more variety than this silk store
has ever shown.
A play to be presented by the Salem High School Wednesday
evening. All high school girls will wear KELLY GREEN
HOSE this week to advertise this play. We have them at 25
and :5c a pair.
U. G. Shipley Company
145 NORTH LIBERTY STREET, SALEM, OREGON
WAliKKR To Mr. and Mrs. Tierce
Walker, at Willamette Sanitorium,
April '24, 1910, a sou.
Spring House Cleaning special one
quart can liol.lcn Star polish value
1.00, one triangle polish mop value
7oc, special $l.2.r. Uuren & Hamilton.
The Orpheus male chorus is planning
to give benefit pei tonnnuees at the
Oregon theatre Wednesday and Thurs
day evenings, May 10 nnd 11. The en
tertainment will be in the form of a
vaudeville when the stars of the chorus
will be brought out to entert.lin the
public. A. I.. Wallace is manager and
Iau Langeuberg musical director.
O. P. Posey, research assistant in
plant pathology the Oregon Agricul
tural college was in the city Saturd.iy,
milking arrangements for n second
spraying next week, at the Hoosier
farm in the Sunnyside district. This
farm has been selected for demonstra
tion work for brown rot nnd other fruit
bearing tree diseases. The first spray
ing was several weeks ago.
Hugo the new combination vacuum
cleaner nnd c.irpet sweeper now on
demonstration, free trial in your home,
if yon wish, telephone now. Buren &
I A. B. Harris and family, wno will
I soon leave for Waterloo, Iowa, will be
given a reci
O. M. Elliott, superintendent of pub
lic schools, returned last evening from
a week's visit at Tacoma, where he at
tended the annual session of the In
land Kmpire Teachers' Association.
Mr. Klliott was a member of the exec
utive committee and Also on the com
mittee for nominating officers for the
coming year. Friday he wis on the
program to take part in tho discus
sion of junior high schools.
State Insurance Commissioner Har-j
vey Wells returned this morning from;
St. T nla w.w.rn Iw, ilttcnilcrl a thrCCI
day session of the National Insurance'
commissioners held April 17 IS and!
19. A number of important features
of insurance legislation were discuss
ed and measures were takeu to require
all states to adopt the provisions of
the Momile law which Oregon will
adopt January 1, 1917.
Prof. Florian von Eschen will lecture
this evening in Waller hall, taking for
his subject, "The Soils of Oregon."
This is i revision of his paper read
this winter before the Six O'clock club
of the First Methodist church, and will
contain much additional interesting in
formation. This lecture will begin at
S o'clock and as is in all lectures held
in Waller chapel, the public is "wel
come. The association named "The Nation
al Conference on City Planning '', with
Frederick Law Olmsted of Brookiine,
Mass., president, will meet the firat
week iu June in Cleveland, Hnd mayor
Ilarley t). White has been asked to
attend or 'Appoint delegates. As the
mayor will probably not be able to
attend the conference, ho will appoint
delegates. The meeting will be attend
ed by prominent architects from all
parts of the country.
Dr. Mark Hayter of Dallas was
elected president of the Marion I'olk
rr WOT TO TCI C H71TU 'a., n
Give to your eyes the attention they deserve. I
am prepared to give you optical work that you and
I may be proud of. Slay I serve you?
Accuracy and Satisfaction is my hobby.
MISS A. McCULLOCH, Optometrist,
208-209 Hubbard Building. Phone 109
eption this evening by the'UI"y Dental society for the ''mi"S
members of the Central Congregational
'church, in the church parlors. Water
loo is the former home of the Harris
IfAmily and they leave to live there
permanently, Mr. llnrris having been
loitered an' attractive business proposi
Golden Star Fumiaure aud floor pol
ish, this week one qunrt polish value
1.00 aud one golden star triangle pol
ish mop value 7.1c, mop ind polish
special 11.25. Uuren & llamiltou.
.A complete set of scenery showing;
the interior of an Knglish home hss
been re.end at the high school to be
used Wednesday evening when the
senior class present the Knglish com
edy, "lircen Stockings." Tie stage
was greatly enlarged this spring with
the additional foot lights and is now
equipped for plays of the "Orten
ASK FOR and GET
Chp mbstitotes cost YOU mom Trios.
year at a meeting of the society held
in lnllas. 1'r. 1). C. Hurton was elect
ed vice president nnd Or. F. I., t'tter of
this city secretary and treasurer. Here
after the society will meet on the last
Saturday of each month. The next
meeting will be held in S ilcm. Among
those attending from Salem were Ors.
II. C. Kpley, H. 11. Oliuger, O. C. Unr
ton. O. A. Olson. It. F. I'ouud. F. h.
Utter and W. II. Darby.
A farm of 187 acres on Howell Prai
rie was purchased Saturd.iy hy Owight
Misner from M. A. Xlctorkle ot I'ort
land, for a consideration of $24,332;
As a part of the transfer, Mr. Misner
turned in s farm of -U 1-2 acres on
Howell Prairie at a valuation of $!,
.100. This is one of the finest farms
on Howell Frairie and is eight miles
from Salem on the Chemawa and Sil
verton road. It is nil under cultiva
tion with a house and birn and was
bought by Mr. Misner as an investment.
Mr. McCorkle owns a farm of lrtS acres
close, to the one sold Mr. Misner. The
deal was handled by Scott & Bynou.
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MILL CITY AUTO STAGE
Salem. Stayton, Mill City and all way
Points. Leaves Mill City 6:30 s. m.;
Stayton 8:00, Salem 9:30.
Beturn, leaves Salem 4:40 p. m.;
Stayton 6:00; Mill City 7:40.
Egahtahyen is the name by which
MrB. O. J. Kellog-g, an Oneida prin
cess, is fondly called by the people
i ot her race for whose advancement
j she is always struggling. She is in
Washington, l). at present in sup
port of a bill which will be intro
duced bySenator Lane of Oregon
and Senator Hustings of Wisconsin,
i by which the Indians will be pro
j vided with a protected autonomous
Cars of any kind for any place
at nn time.
Office. Bligh Hotel
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