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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1916.
By ALINE THOMPSON
MRS. JAMKS WITHYCOMHK an.
Miss Mabel Withycombe f Cor
vallis arc the guests of Govern
or Withycombe. Although as yet their
plans are indefinite, it is said, that the
Withycombes expect to pell tlieir home
in .'orva,1lis and make tiieir home in
Salem. Mrs. Withycombe and Miss
Withycombe will be charming acqui
sitions to Salem society and will be
the inspiration for several smart func
tions ilannc;l by their friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauneey liishop ami
riildren accompanied by Clarence Hish
op of I'Pndleton, motored to Hrowns
ville today to attend too pioneer pic
nic. A merry affair of Wednesday even
ing was the al fresco party for which
Miss Florence llofer and Miss Helen
Deekebach wero hostesses to honor the
former s house guest Miss Majion
Gould of Med ford.
The party motored to Croisan creek
for the evening, anil about eight of the
younger girls ami men were asked.
Those participating in the gayelies be
sides the hostesses and Miss Gould
The Misses Marion and Ruth Boggs,
Donald Hyrd, Allan Hynon, Kenneth
Mooros nml Hurt Ford."
Tonight Miss llofer will givo an in
formal dance for her guest who lias
many friends in the younger set.
Miss Gould formerly lived in Salem
nnd is the daughter ot Mr. ami Mis.
O. J. Gould.
Mrs. Huben 1'. Iloise went to Port
land today to attend the luncheon for
which Mrs. I,. (I. Clarke was hostess
in honor 01 Miss Mean Gregory.
Miss Merlo McKelvcy of Portland,
who was the guest, of Miss Mabel
Kobertson for the llagley (iraliam wel
ding last night returned today.
Mrs. ,T. H. Linn unci Miss I'auia
Linn of Portland, who have been the
ffuests of friends for a few' days, l.'f!
this morning for Newport where tae.y
Trill spend the summer.
A bevy of dainty little maids gath
ered as the guests of little Prudence
Jane Gray Monday to participate in
gayeties of her fourth birthday party
given at the residence of her purouts
Mr. and Mrs. George William Gray.
At the refreshment hour the little
Ruesls circled three small tables all
done in a pretty pink and white color
scheme. There was a huge birthday
rako, wiih link candles, surrounded
1y lovely Cecil Hi miner roses nml
greens. Tiny pink candles and dainty
jilaee cards cards marked covers for,
Mildred Huberts, Kovena Lyre, Max
ine Myers, Klizabeth In-wia, Margaret
and Catherine Corey, Maxine Glover.
Thclma Young, Mabel Cupper and
ftira Klizabeth Cannon of. Portland.
Mrs. .toll n Withycombe of Corvnllis
assisted Mis. Gray.
Miss Francis Adams of Silverton
was tho guest of friends yesterday.
Friday evening scores of men and
women will att I tho reception given
at the V. W. C. A. No invitations
have been issued and all interested
aro invited to meet Miss Florence
Cleveland the charming new secretary
for whom the affair is being given.
One of t'ne delightful features of the
evening will be tho musical program.
The solos by Mrs. llalliday -llaight,
(Contralto, recently from New York,
will be it rare treat. Other charming
From London Comes
numbers will be given by Miss Alice
Judd, soloist, Mrs. Kalni reader and
soloist, and Miss Martha Swart, cornet
The marriage of Miss Kuth ltrnwn
and Heilda Swart will take place this
evening at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr and Mrs. Dav'd Hrown J 10
Division street. Tno color scheme will
be pink and white anil the house will
be decorated in pink anil white roses.
The maid of honor will be Miss liirdie
Yuntis. Oscar Cutler will be best man.
The bridal, party will be preceded
bv daintv little Lorone Porter, as.
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iiower gin, aim .loan junyius .uuuu,
Jr., ring bearer.
Miss Mary Schultz and Frank
Churchill will play the wedding march
'and Mrs. Gordon McGilchrist will sing
;"( Iove that will not let me go."
Miss Hrown is an Interesting girl
'and an exceptionally talented musician
Mr. Swart is the son ot .Mrs HccKie
L. swttrt, of 738 N. I'Vont street and
is deputy county surveyor.
Itoth Miss Hrown and Mr. Swart
have a wide circle of friends in Sa
lem. The young couple will make
their home at 1 17 I'nion street. About
one hundred invitations have been is
sued for the wedding.
Miss Gertrude llnrtfruaii returned
Tuesday from Portland where she was
the guest of friends for the Hose Fes
The members of the Philatlica class
of the ltaptist church will entertain
their friends nml husbands nt a jolly
ie me siiiiner Friday evening at tne
The committee in charge nt' the af
fair reouests that all Tcrrcshnicnts be
left at the Moth grocery store before
two o'clock. The party will be con
veyed in motor cars, ami ull those who
have no means of going are asked to
gather at Koto's store before li:.lt
Mrs. I.lovd Farmer has returnee;
from a. several davs visit In Portland.
Dr. L. W. Shellia'mer of Seattle nr
rived in Salem Saturday and is the
guest of her cousin. Mrs. Hal Sheldon.
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One Hundred and Five Men
and Woman Taken by
At n:30 this nici ning 105 patients of
the Oregon staio hospital for the in
sane at Salem wore loaded into three
special coaches on the S. P. to be trans
ferred to the eastern Oregon branch
hospital at I'c-id eton. The new wing
which has just been completed at the
eastern Oregon . hnspital provides fori
the inuiease frnra that district and some '.
Court room, Waukcgnn, III., June 1.").
The prosecution's strongest expert
evidence against Will Orpet on trial
for Marion Lambert's murder, was
brought out this afternoon by Dr.
Ralph J. Webster, chemist, who mar
shaled an array of scientific facts in
dicating Marion's death had been
caused by cyanide in liquid form not
powder, as contended by the defense.
Ir. Webster, amidst a dramatic
scene when the clothes that Marion
wore on the day of her death, were
brought into the courtroom in a coffin
shaped box, gave his evidence in terms
A fine Milan straw of dashing tilt
ia trimmed with pink roses and their
foliage ami blue ribbon velvet, which
takes a long streamer end. Tiie ef
fect is too like an old portrait to need
of the overflow from the Salem institu-1 of cold, calculating
tion ntirt the last legislature mane an
appropriation for the transfer. In the
crowd of pat tent 4 were M women ana
The eastern Oregon hospital before
the transfer had about 3H0 patients and
the Sniem institution hnd 107b" men and
580 women patints. Some of the pa
tients transferred were former resi
dent of eastern Oregon and others Tver
transients who will be benefitted by
Dr. W. D. McNtvy, of the Fendlcton
hospital, and Dr. O. C. Kvans, of the
Salen institution, were in charge of
the pa.ty, assists 1 by 10 attendants
from the Pendleten branch.
Women Patients Sent.
Arnold, Inez M., Multnomah.
HeTon, Johniin, Multnomah.
Caaitll, Eliza, Clackamas; Carr,
Mary J.. Multccmah.
Davs, Agn.is. Multnomah; Dolcsok,
Marion wore was
jury. Three whitish
on that, above the
C. A. llaight is in the city from Par
ker. S. II. Ness of Silverlon is in the
Carl Johnson is a Salem visitor from
,1. C. Savage of Waconda is a Sa
Attorney Carey F. Martin motored
to Dallas this morning.
Miss Madeline lieiill oi Portland is
visiting her father 11. 1,. Heall.
Mrs. Long of Hi80 Fir street left
today lor a summer visit at Des
Mrs. N. W. Cox returned to her
home at Springfield after a short vis
it in the city.
John I liner, superintendent of the
Prudent ial lii.surauce company of Port
land is in I he ciiy.
Miss Kuth Corbett returned to her
home nt Corvnllis this morning after
a short visit in the city.
Clyde McMillan will leave in a few
days I'or a short visit nt Independence
wit.h friends and relatives.
Ktistlniul. Kin "M iiltnomnh. .
K. T P.aines and family returned Ha-ris, May Multnomah; Heinrick,
yestenlay trom an automobile trip on-ir.n., vilt,,n,'nnh- Horn Marie T.nnise.
Multnomah; llusttn, Catherine, Mult
nomah. Kliiihy, Mr., Clatsop.
T.eni-. Pearl, Vnltnomah.
M:Xee, Fay, Multnomah; McKillop,
Pelle, Marion, McKibbon, Carrie,
Niemela, Katie- Columbia.
Oppeiiheimer Miss Ida, Multnomah.
Pol'a.d, Delli, Coos.
Reynolds, Kativ, Marion.
S-ott Alice, Multnomah; Smith, Jen
nie V., Jackson.
Too Vinson, Lotlip, Marion,
Vngt, I.iz.ie, Multnomah.
Weekly, Margaret, Coos; 'Winger,
Paurnr., Multnoirnh; Waiters, Hanna,
toe Pacific Highway and The Dalles.
Air. and Mrs. Hoy McKeru and son
returned to Albany ycnenlay after a
short visit at the home " Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Schott.
F. M. Hrown of I inlependence was in
the city yes'erday and remained dur
ing the evening to enjoy the band con
cert at Willson park.
ill. A. Schott and .1. G. Schott re
turned last evening from Menominee,
Wis. They were recently graduated
from the Stout Institute.
Joseph Albert and family, accom
panied by Mrs. Kmma Uockwell of
Portland, returned last evening from
The coat that
placed before the
round spots were
"These spots," he said, "were made
by a liquid form of cyanide of potas
sium, that was spilled on the coat.
"This whitish streak here was made
by a mixture of cyanide and saliva.
It could have been made if Marion
had attempted to wipe the poison from
her mouth with her hand.;.
"In my opinion, the poison that
Marion took was originally in a liquid
form. All indications point to that
Then the state sprang a surprise by
introducing into evidence the gloves
that Marion had wore. It had been
contended that the gloves were held
by the defense and that an analysis of
them would show races of poison if
Marion carried the poison to Helm
woods herself. ;
" Was there any poison on the
gloves f" Dr. Webster was asked.
The state then offered Marion 's
shoes in evidence and at i his point
Attorney Potter for the defense ob
jected. "I object to this 'show of Miss Lam
bert's clothing," he said. "I can't
see what is to bo gained by it.''
At this point court recessed and the
June White Sale
"A Decidedly Unusual" Sale of
White Dress Goods
The June Sale of White is a flutter with the immac
ulately White things that you will need indoors and
Economy Prices for Your Inspection
In All Lines of White. .
Carter's Knitted Under
wear Novelty Neckwear
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
On Suits, Coats, Dresses, and Children's Tub Dresses
Women's Lingerie Dresses
Infants' and Children's
Children's Tub Dresses
Porch and House Dresses
White and Colored Outing
Women's WThite Cotton
Children's White Cotton
Keyser's Knitted Underwear
U. G. Shipley Co.
145 N. Liberty Street
jurors left the courtroom. The. attor
neys then took up with the court the
question whether the r.lothing had been
continued to be shown in evidence.
an auto trip to Toppenisii.
K. M. Scott of Montrose. Colorado, rHr.,..i, . vvn,;!
wiU return to Ins home tomorrow al
ter a tour weeks visit with his broth
er, C K, Scott and other relatives, lie
is wonderfully impressed with the Wil
lamette valley but Ins business inter
ests make it, necessary for iiim to return.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
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The jnry list for the July term of
the circuit court of Marion county wns
drawn today by the county clcrlt. The
list contains 17 farmers, six merchants
and one each of mechanics, black
smiths, clerks, barbers, butchers, lab
orers, salesmen and one retired,
jurymen are ordered to meet
eountv court house July II, at
o'clock a. in. Tho following is the
.1. T. Cooper, V. (I. Shipley, Salem;
Harvey Smith, Knst Mt. Angel; .los.
Kennedy, West Wnodlmrn; .lames H.
Mason, Chemiiwii- ,1. II. Unnliip, Salem;
I'. K. l olvin, Aumsville; ('. .1. (Sodding, I
noma a. It-
Yoking, Yivir.i Multnomah.
Men Patients Sent.
Dai ley, Ed, Multnomah; Baker, Ar
thur, Multnomih : Bouncy, George F
Clackamas; Becl-tcl, Ernest, Multno
mah; limy, Willk.m S., Linn.
Ceripbell, H., Cons; Cleveland, Frank,
MultTMinah; Collies, Tom, Multnomah;
Canning Wiliani, I.inii.
J)o'.vl:i g, (Se'i:-ge .Multnomah; Dilley,
George. Yumhill: Dibble, Charles, Linn;
Drury. F. A., Flantath; Dantonio, Do-,
tito, Multnomih; Durajlyo, Nick, Tilla
moo'.: , . .
Kli'ctt, Moses. Multnomah; Eldred,
Ferreia, Albeit (farmer), Multno
mah; Fryrear, Joe, Washington; Fry,
Not very. It's ALL in the clothes. Starling
from the inside outward, put on a suit of our
Hosiery, etc. tho kind that is really sum
mery. The mere suggestion makes you
feel cooler. The quicker you come in the
sooner you will realize true comfort. We
carry a full and complete line of the famous
North Star and Orchid Underwear, in all
desired styles, for men and women, also
I. V. D., l'oros-knit and others.
Women's Light Weight Union Suits
Women's Light Weight 2-piece Garments
10c to $1.00
Men's Light Weight Union Suits
Men's Light Weight 2-piece Garments
fl.,11:.,.... ' ir. t. i ,
rr'i.., i v'"i.uii;h, vinui f, jiiuriiouia a : iierK-
at thc''"B' 'l0l' -M"ltn""llljl; Gleason, John W.,
at 10 i ""'"i t'11',1' Cornelius, Multnomah;
in-, luiioc, ,i osi uane.
Hill T. W Coos; Hollawnv. Dell.
Mulri..;iiiah; Han. n; crick, Gust,' Multno-
mau; i, arris, rct -r. .Multnomah.
Ju'ilunieu, Kmi!, Clatsop; Johnson,
How .and, Multnomah ; Jones, John,
K'dili. Henry,. Marion.
l.a-son. Martin. Coos: Leiberdn. J,, 1m
Lav.ula, Caiinta, Multno-
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St. Paul; II. Ii. Wright, Aumsville; I
i Kred I'ollins, Cheinnwa: U. W. Gill, Jjult. oniah-
i I i . , t I'M.,.. . c. '
r 1 11 ii -; vi. .v. I'.iiirn, ..cMini; v. niall.
I lock, West Silverton; M. K. Chamber-1 jf,,,. ner, Clncliiinins- A,i;u
lain, Klkhiiru; K. E. Taylor, I'.ast Sil ! (),.,. Jlnltnoinah. Mowlaz, Tom. Mult
verton; Lester Hunter. Ira .lorgenseu, .nonir.h; Milka Eiaak. I .,. Mn
l.cbold, . II. Steus- John. Multnomah- lir Win; n
,i Olio . , M ' r , us.
L. A. Davis, Jos
lol i, all ot Salem
j dale; It. D. liihsou. Liberty; C. M.
Huberts, 1). Clifford, of Salem; Fred
! Crcaier. Hast Stayton; Edward C. May,
! West Mt. Ansel; W. T. Griiuni, Last
1 Hubbard; A. M. I'rv, Aurora; Geo. Lcf-
Last Hubbard; W. Desart, cntral
ell; Uulph llussey. Turner.
fault order in the case
Cook against M. M. Diol
in whidi M. M- Hid nml
n n,l William Granites were
be in il" til ill t .
issued a ile
of l'.li.a II.
W. L. Diel
In an an
conn today in
alleges Unit he has kept the terms of
his agreement relative to the leasing
of the "Old Call I'lace" and that he
has cultivated the farm and delivered
llie milk of the Is cows to the creamery
in Salem for -It) per cent of the proceeds.
Judge llnshey has granted an order
of injunction in the case of John Arm
strong against Lstclla S. Mulkey and
McLellan Mulkey. The defendants
are restrained from constructing lim
fence across land in dispute and are
.Multnomah; .Moore John. Mult
MeCiitehron, A. C, Multnomah.
Ningoil, Otto, Catsup; Nielsen, Chas.,
Multpomah; Ni rns. Joseph W., Cliieku
inas; .Newlien;, J,d n, Tillamook; Tuon
an, Cl.iu',, .Maiien.
01m.:i. John A, Multnomah; Owen,
Will-inn, Multnonah; Oraf, Carl F
Mu1m;oiii1i; O'Uccaret, Amel, Multno
mah, Cowili, Alex Multnomuh; T'yles,
James, .Multnomah; l'hillips, Myers,
.Muiti enmh; l'l-otenia. .Too. Multnomah-
l'rongue, August J.. Multnomuh ; Tore,
Charlis, Uuuglas. ,
HoK-rtson, .ah, Multnomah: Kieh-1
nrds, ')ouglas. I
cii :?, Kmlolph, lluuglas; Starkson,
II. II., Multaoicah; Smnlley, Charles,
Clatsij.; Starbm-k l.ewurd o", Douglas;
Sparks, C. U .Mul'nomah.
Tav or, Hoy, .Multnomah.
Cuki own ( Hen ''oyl, Lane.
V'uva, Mi':o. Multnomah; Veno,
Louis. Miiltnomaii; Vosil, Tony, Mult
nomah; White Karl, Linn; White, Al
fred tX. Multn.imrh; Welch, William,
Young, John Coos.
ordered to keep theii
inhabiting the land in
A marriage license has been issued
by the county clerk to llidda Stone
briuk Swart, a surveyor of Salem, and
Kuth Elizabeth. Hrown, a.Sateni music
Boy Drowns In Fit
While at Marshfield
Marshfield, Or., June 1."). Udaml
Hendricks, son of Krank Hendricks, a
I traveling photographer of Salera and
I Lugene, fell into the bay yesterday
while in an ebptie fit' liud was
I The youth was IS yenm of n'e and
The Kovul Kxchange Assnmuce to-' . be, 1 ,in ,ho nl,n,,f nm' m',,l,h'
day f iled a suit in the circuit court I l''l.v ' recovered in an hour.
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and Guv Ogle. According to the com
plaint i L. Miller is the owner of a
garage m Aurora where a car belong
ing to Jack Saddler and Mr. Wiggins
was stored and Albert Kriedruh and
Guv Ogle were employed by Miller in
the' garage. The plaintiff alleges that
Kriedrich and Ogle took the car out of
the garage for u drive Hud wrecked it
nnd the insurance company was obliged
to pay $n17.:''U on an insurance policv
bv the plaintiff for $-" leaving $."i4J.-
of $!MM for the car. The car was sold
."ill which is claimed as damages for tliej
wrecking rf the car by the employee!
of the parage ow ni r. '
tempt to resuscitate him.
The boy's father, Krank Hendricks
formerly conducted the Novelty studio
in this city when it was located over
Pomcroy'a jewelry sto? on Commer
cial street but later sold out and left
tiiis city. The boy was employed in n
cleaning and pressing parlor in Salem
and his two sisters are both employed
in this citv.
I.CNPBEKG T Mr. and Mr-. Art
l.undberg, .'i-.M South Nineteenth
street, Thursday, June 15, 191(1, a
son, to be named Alan.
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