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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916.
SOCIE T J
By ALINE THOMPSON
lOCIKTY'S most important affair) Miss Pauline Remington has gone
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luuaj mil uuiiuuuitiiij uo tuc
final dinner dance of the season
xt the Hotel .Marion tonight. Several
f the dancing contingent have engag
ed tables for the festivity.
Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Lee Steiner ac
companied by Miss Jane Fry left Wed
nesday for a sojourn at their summer!
places in Neskowin.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bellows and son
.and Mrs. A, J. Hollows who have been
tho guests of Mrs. A. J. Bellow's
daughter, Mrs. George M. Brown, re-
. turned to Koseburg Thursday. The
l'arty motored home and were en roulc
from a visit in Portland.
Mrs. Mary A. Long left Thursday
for Indianola, Iowa, where she willnrd Leach, Olive Sutor and Robert
upend the summer. She was accom-1 Heamstcr, Harlely rieanydfrr, Bruce
psnicd as far as Portland by her son-1 Petty, Fred Rockhill, Minor Billings,
in-law and daughter Mr. and M3. Earl Dane, Harry Stengtrom.
tlnyu Kan eh ( Kegina Long) who will
remain over the week end.
jne meniuerB or mo uarucn Komi
club were pleasantly entertained this
Mrs. A. -F. Homver on tho Garden' Chester A. Moores (Luccn
Toad. " iMoreland) who has been the guest of
This was the last gathcrnig of the ller parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. More
members, hefore scattering for the 'and returned to Portland Monday,
glimmer The first meeting of tho newl
season will bo held some time in Nep- Mrs. Robert Kinney ' (AUlica
tember , j Moores) of Astoria who came last
j week for a visit with her parents Mr.
Misn Mary Stalley of Forest Grovo and Mrs. A. N. Moores, and to attend
is the house guest of Mrs. Gerald Volk. tho Bagley-Grahnm wedding, returned
Miss Stalley will return home Monday, homo this morning.
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
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Automobile Passenger and Bag-
Furnished Tents and Cottages....
L. D. PICKENS, Box 274
He Is In Private Life
New York, June lfi. Colonel Roose
velt today received and carefully read
the "pro-American, anti-hyphen"
plank to be part of the democratic
iu LjliiculH Ilir n nt-vriin ni:rna vuiit.
with her aunt Mrs. A. Piirviuc.
The local P. K. (). society will pic
nie Monday afternoon at Volkland, the
suburban home of Mrs. Gerald Volk.
This is one of the occasions when the
gentlemen friends and husbands of the
club are invited to attend,
A jolly crowd of young people par
ticipated in the gayctie of a picnic
last evening .at .Wheatland. The par
ty gathered at the state house and
were conveyed to the river banks by
Those enjoying the evening were
the Misses Nellie MeWhorter, Gladys
Zell, Myrtle Rockhill, Christy Jones,
Isobel Billings, Hazel Cox. Mrs. How-
jir. and Mrs. Harry Webb who Mo
tored to Portland fur the Uoso Fcstl-
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val last wcck I,et,,,rned b,,nda
Militiamen To Attend
Theater As Guests of
Manager T. G. Bligh
The members of Company M will re
port at the Armory at Hr45 Saturday
evening to attend the theater as the
guests of Manager T. G. Hligh, of the
Grand Theater where the great Pre
paredness film, "Tho Battle Cry of
Pence" will be shown. The members
of the company will don their uni
forms and inarch to the theater.
This picture was shown in !alcni
lust night and will be shown again
Haturday night as the popularity of
the film justifies a return engagement.
rtaUornx L'uE Boclinc4 io comment,
"J, am in private life and wish to
be treated as a man in private life. I
do no't wish it to appear that 1 have
gone back on anything 1. havo said."
T' , colonel was in his street clothes
' and walked about ably, but showed
Signs of being in pain when lie talked,
llo reiterated, however,, that his injury
is painful rather than serious and that
! he will be all right speedily.
I won't have a hat left two weeks from today, not one.
A short season caught me with a large stock of the
latest creations and they must go. Cost not considered-
Profits forgotten. These hats are all new, and
all fashionable, and all elegantyou should see them.
I am not making you any promises, but want you to be
your own judge. Come and see for yourself the mar
velous reductions on millinery. Every hat in my store
will be cut to almost nothing. All hats value from $5
to $15 now
The Hat Shop
387 Court Street Mrs. Johnson
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Miss Bella Webb will leave tomor
row for a short visit in Los Angeles.
G. W. Hohson arid fartiily are on a
motoring trip in the eastern part of
S. G. Haigeant of this city was reg
istered at the La Sulle hotel in Chica
(.'. O. JJunnett left this morning aver
the Oregon Klectric for St. Paul, Minn,
to look after land interests.
K. C. Keyte and Mr. ami, Mrs. K. W.
Strong of Monmouth are in the city
attending to business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. iSiegmund will
leave tomorrow morning over the Ore
gon Klectric for Los Angeles.
Mrs. Dan Hough of Tualatin return
ed to her home this morning after a
short visit at the home of C. T. Pome
roy. William Billings ami family of Ku
gene are visiting at the home of L.
.11. Kuter, 10(15 North Seventeenth
Mrs. Frank Snodgrass, wife of the
former state parole officer, of Kngcne
is visiting at tho home of Mrs. K. K.
Bingo of this city.
Mrs. Walter L. Hpnulding and Miss
11a Spaulding are in Oregon City, the
guests of Mrs. Nora Gurd Miller. They
will return early next week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Patterson of
Portland were in the city yesterday,
stopping a short time with friends.
They motored to Lebanon and return
ed by way of Dallas.
A. L. Wallace, business manager of
the Orpheus chorus, wilL leave this
evening for Portland sailing by the
steamer Great Northern from Flavel
tomorrow morning at il o'clock. He
will spend three months in Los Ang
eles. How Cherry Queen
Things seem to be moving along in
tho contest for queen of the Cherry
fair. It could not he otherwise with
lodges like the Llks, Moose, Woodmen
of the World and United Artisans in
terested. Of course there perhaps nev
er was a contest without a few votes
being held out ready for emergency, but
the leading contestants tire at least
turning in enough to let the public know
there is something doing. Miss Coodei
sang for tho F.Iks lust night and now
i she has a pocket full o'f money ready
to convert into real votes. Miss Wilson
will appear before tho Moose at their
I big meeting Saturday evening, June
j 21, and tho chances are, she too, will
come away wnn a pocser run or Amer
ican exchange. Anyhow, it is now be:
coming really interesting.
The vote stands:
Kstella Wilson 42,070
Vetno Coodcr 4I.S20
Inez Stege IS.MiO
j Gertrude Corey 8')70
-uiuuie uurr a, zuu
Bright Speeches, Fine Music
and Stunts by E. Cooke
The eighth annual home-coming of
the Klks of B. P. O. F. lodge, No. 336,
was pulled off last evening about like
Several hundred of the faithful gath
ered at tho lodge rooms and blocked
the sidewalk in front of the lodge about
8 o'clock last night until they were
asked to move on, which they did about
After every Elk had tried to get the
chairs nearest the stage where the
j girls wcro to dance, everybody sat down
I to the tables already prepared with a
Kxalted Ruler Louis Lachmund arose
and stated that he had no nualiifica-
jtions to addresa 80 many good people.
(i.oua appiause;. men ne said the
Elks were there to have a good time
if it lasted until 5 o'clock. (More ap-
j Judge Charles MeNary was called on
;to talk about "When the Elks Come
; Home to Feed." After taking his coat
(off, the judge said he did not come
to make a speech. When he went into
j ancient history and told of his trip to
rniiuucipnia where he saw Mr. Fair
banks who is now running for an- of
fice. About that time the idea, of a
home coming occurred and siuee then
the Elk have, been coining once a year.
"No one can stray so far from home
but that he always remembers there are
no hills like the Waldo and no river
like the Willamette," said the judge.
Boost for Miss Cooder.
Brother John Kniiihf said he was
I glad to be with the hoys and that it
lilid his heart good. Mr. Knight was
the first exalted ruler.
Brother Charles A. Archard then talk
ed about "A Now Elk in the Herd."
having just recently been taken in.
"Why are we Elks!" asked Mr. Arch
ard. No one answered, so Mr. Archard
nnswered the question to his own sat
isfaction and that ' of the other 400
Brother Fred Bynon here arose and
said it was customardy to give some
brother a special degree. Mr. Peek,
the motoirann, being a person of con
siderable weight, was selected by the
exalted ruler and he got the third,
fourth and fifth degrees.
Judge William Galloway was intro
duced as the "Kissing bug of the Ore
gon bench who had married more wo
men than any judge in the state and
had kissed them all." The judge chose
for his subject, "Should An Elk Be
Paroled?" The question was answered
to the satisfaction of all. The judge
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told a couple of stories and then one
Miss Verna Cooder, endorsed by the
Elk lodge as its candidate tor queen
of the Cherry fair, Eang "My Dreamy
China Lady." Exalted ruler said a lot
of mice things about Miss Cooder one of
them being, "Every Elk should be
proud that she has been endorsed by
Then Attorney pngue had his chance
to say something. He said no city on
the face of the I'nited states can boast
of more lovely women than Salem. Then
the hat was passed to aid .Miss Cooder
in keeping at the top of the list.
Dr. W. Carlton Smith responded to
the toast, "Eleven O 'Clock, " the hour
dedicated to the absent brothers.
Some 0 Second Shots.
E. R. Ringo as on the program to
say that all Elke looked alike to him,
but as he will not hold the job of prose
touting attorney much longer, the boys
j were not especially alarmed. He told
a few stories oiueluding the one about
, when he was secretary of a class and
i the editor of a journal wrote him that
j he would always be glad to hear of the
death ot any classmate.
Mr. Lachmund called on a few long
winded speakers, putting a limit of 10
seconds on each. Brothers Pinkus,
Hart, Buhrman of Portland, and even j
Gus Moser succeeded in getting in onj
the allotted time. Also Past District
Deputy Harris, of Eugene. Kola Neis
arose to speak and said he was for
preparedness and sat down.
Brother Bingham handed the enter
tainment committee several bouquets
all in 30 seconds.
The second part o'f the program un
der the care of E. Cooke Patton and his
committee, included several first class
! vaudeville artists and it was the gen
eral opinion of all that the entertain
,ment committee composed of E. Cooke
Patton, T. G. Bligh, Fred S. Bvnon, H.
, J. Wenderoth. A. L. Wallace, S. M. En
jdicttt and W. A. Irvin were all good
SAVAGE At the Salrtn hospital
Thursday, June 15, 1910, Mrs. Ellen
Savage in her 73d year.
She is survived by two sons, Robert
H. Savage and Lute Savage, and three
daughters, Miss Gertrude Savage, Mrs.
Ralph McAdams and Mrs. A. C. Reily,
all living in Salem excepting Mrs.
Reily whose home is in I'ew York.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30
o'clock Saturday afternoon from the
rparlors of Rigdon and Richardson. The
services will be conducted by the Rev.
Hubert. S. Gill. Burial will be in the
Lee Mission cemetery.
Mrs. Savage was born in Missouri
in 18-13 and crossed the plains when
four years old. She was married to
M. L. Savage in 1S61.
(Capital Journal Special Service.),
Hayesville, Ore., June 16. Miss
Gertrude Rosch, who has taught school
in Oakdale, Cal., the past year, is at
home for the summer vacation.
. Kuliin Armstrong, of Salem, Was vis
iting Hayesville friends on Wednes
day. He" expects to lenve next Tues
day for Washington to engage in Chris
tian work. He will be accompanied by
his sister. Miss Ethlyn.
Albert l Wulfmeyer and the Stcttler
brothers went to Portland bit Friday to
attend the Rose carnival.
There will bo preaching here next
Sunday both morning and evening.
- Mrs. D. X. Beechler atetnded the
Rose fair on Thursday.
Mrs. Mary Pruitt is still quite ill.
Strawberry picking is on and the
farmers are busy marketing their ber
ries. Howard Zimmerman, who has been
attending school in California the pnst
year, is visiting at the home of his
father, A. E. Ziinmermnn.
Miss Hazel Marvcdal, of Seatfle,
Wash., is tfie guest of Mrs. E. M.
Frank and Joe Fitts returned from
Portland Sunday evening.
Gustnv Anderson and sisters, Esther
and Hazel, left Monday for Minne
Misses Martha and Ida L. Denny are
attending summer school.
John Denny visited his uncle, Jacob
Denny, the past week.
'Capital Journal Special Service.)
Waconda. Ore., June 1H. Miss Maud
Lamb returned from McMinnville Sun
day, where she spent a week with
I Mr. Homer Egan is home from Cor-
vallis, where he has been attending
' school at O. A. C.
Mr. Archie Markee left last week for
t Astoria, where he is going to spend the
I ' Miss Leah Martin, of Portland, who
has been visiting her aunt, Mrs Eliza
' Koppinger, for the past week, has re
turned to her home.
Miss May Patterson, of Salem, visit
!ed with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
' Patterson, Sunday.
Those visinnor at the home of Mr. and j
Mrs. J. C. Savage Sunday were: Miss;
, May Ward, Susie Noud, Evelyn Grim
' mels, Clarence Gardner and Gus Whelan,
of Salem. I
! Mrs. Joseph Rotehild and - son. of j
i Portland, ro spending a few days at j
the home of Wm. Kgnn. j
Those attending the Rose show from i
'Waconda were: Mrs. Eldridge, Mrs. j
Huvding, Mr. Wilson, Mrs. Markee and
mt. Palmer. i
1 The ball gnme which was played Sun-;
day betweeu Brooks and Waconda '
proved to oe a very exciting one. The'
score was the same on both sides until
the lnt minute, when Brooks run in
twv scores, thus being victorious. i
Mr. and Mrs. George Fiuley motored
fo Albany Wednesday. Accompanying
them were: Mr. John Kline, of Ger-j
vais, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meiring,
June seems to be a particular month
for brides, as there were two weddings,
in this vicinity recently.
Lola Nusoin and Lawrence Brooks
were lniirried Saturday in Salem. On :
Monday" night a serenade was given
them at tne Nusoru home. A number '
of songs were sung before the bride
June White Sale
"A Decidedly Unusual19 Sale of
White Dress Goods
The June Sale of White is a flutter with the immac
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Women's Lingerie Dresses Carter's Knitted Under
Infants' and Children's
Children's Tub Dresses
Porch and House Dresses
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Children's White Cotton
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145 N. Liberty Street
and groom appeared. After congratulat
ing the young couple, a lawu party was
held, after which refreshments were
served. Before leaving the guests
wished the newlyweds a long and happy
The second wedding occurred on Wed
nesday, when Blanche Evans and Tnul
Jones were also married in Salem. They
immediately left for the coast, where
they will spend about three weeks. They
expect to live near Waconda.
Mr. Charles H. Dodd,. of Portland,
was the guest of Mr. A, E. Evans last
Victor Point Items
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Victor Point, Or., June lb. Abe
Onnlinger passed away at. his home
Friday June 9th, death being flue to
heart trouble. Mr. Opplioger was a
man be d in ..highest esteem by all hisitlie men ot nis party Jen on Elephant.
ni-iuuuis aim nciiiuuiiJiu.t.-:, tiia sim-
den and unexpected death was a great!
shock to Vm community The funeral
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Muslin Underwear ,
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procession was led by the Victor Point.
I build of which Mr. Opplinger was'leajd
er; the body was laid to rest in t1"
i Lewis cemetery. j
I Tiie pioneers of Waldo ITills.wU
hold their annual meeting at the' farm,
lof Mrs. John A. Hunt, June 17, 1910.
Mrs. E. C. Carter of Sublimity a'u't
(Mrs. Matt Hurnettc visited, at tho J.
lE. Hubbard home Tuesday. ,
.Miss I na Darby is home' lof rior
summer vacation. ;
The Idyl hour club met Wednesday
afternoon June 14, with Mrs. Cleliri
McCleUan. The. .afternoon was speSir.
in visiting and fancy work.' . i
W. F. Kreiiz and Thco. Fisher majt"
a business trip to Portland Tuesday!
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London. June lfi. A Reuter .disiintpb
j says that Lieutenant ' ' Shac.kleton is
j about to leave the Kalklmds to rescW
You read the news wa get it.
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