Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 25, 1916, Page TWO, Image 2

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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, MONDAY, SEPT. 25, 1916.
SOCIETY
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SEE OUR LINE OF
Ladies9 and Children's
Desirable Up-to-date
COATS
PLUSH, Plain and Velvet,
Beaver trimmed. Vel
vets, Corduroy, Chinchilla,
Zibiline,
Fancy Plaid Cloakings
Oar Prices will Please You
KAFOURY BROS.
416 state street
the'stoee foe the people
mail obsess given peompt attention.
we pat postage on mail obsess
PERSONALS
Mi s Buth Hollister and cousin, Miss
Nebergall, left yesterday for mi indef
inite stay at Wenatchee.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Brown, of 540
Couth Liberty street, have had as their
guests for the past few days, Mr. and
Mrs. George Huitenhoff, and daughter,
lreno, of The Dalles.
Attorney E. E. Baker in in North
Yakima, on legal business.
H. Hassey, of Conconley, is in the
city on business.
J. U. Jones, district manager of the
W. O. W., is in the city.
G. C. Caveline, of Portland, was an
over Sunday visitor in tno city with
friends.
Miss Audna Peetz returned this morn
ing from a few days' visit in Portland.
O. L. Mcl'eek ami fumily were visit
ing friends near Hilverton yesterday.
P. N. VV'oodry and wifo and E. N.
Peetz and wife were in Kings valley
yesterday.
W. B. Jlaney, of Tillamook, is in the
city.
0. A. Gilmer is registered at the Cap
ital hotel from Monroe.
0. Howard Chapen, of Brownsville, is
a Hnlem visitor.
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The following were registered at the
Blight today: F. J. imfky, La Grande;
E. L. Potter, Corvnllis; Carl N. Ken
nedy, Corvallis; George L. Brown, Mc
Minnville. Mrs. J. C. McElroy, who has been in
Eugene for the past few weeks, left
yesterday nt 1:50 on the Oregon Elec
tric for her homo at Salem, to attend
the state fair there this week. Eugene
Register.
( has. Vick, of Viek Bros., is in the
city from Salem, looking alter the bus
iness of the Ford garage, which the
firm owns. Ho is accompanied by his
family. Eugene Kegister.
Wheat Off a Shade
in Chicago Markets
Chicago, Sept. 25. Wheat fell slight
ly after a high opening, followed by
heavy buying, which free selling did
not seem to diminish. Sales fell off later,
September dropping one point below op
cuing at $1.54 1-2: December down 5-8
nt $l.i)N 3-8, and May down 5-8 ai $1.
56 1-4.
Corn held steady, due to scattered
buying on a higher opening. Septem
ber was down half at 88; December
down 3-8 at 73 5-S, and May down half
at 70 7-8.
Oats had only a fair demand, Septem
ber being down 3-8 at 40 5-8; December
qunrter at 40 1-4, and May down half at
52 1-8.
Provisions remuined stendv.
By ALINE THOMPSON
' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds
(Francis Adams) whose wedding was
an event of Saturday, September the
sixteenth in Silverton. have arrived in
Salem and are at homo to their host
of friends in. the Court Apartments.
Mrs. Thomas B. Kay will have as
her guest for the fair this week. Miss
Lois Ladd of Portland.
Mrs. Anthony Klein has as her guests
ner oaugntcrs, airs. Uydc Philliber and
airs. iornian Courtney of Portland.
who arrived Saturday to visit during
tho state fair.
Miss Nell Sykes wilt entertain as her
guests for the iair, Miss Pearl White
of McMinnville and Miss Barbara
Moore of Corvallia. The eirls are both
attending school at the O. A. C. and
will arrive the latter part of the week.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank P. Snedecor
(Lena Breyman) who arrived Sunday
from Birmingham, Alabama, are being
joyously welcomed by their many
friends. The Snedecors are the eucsts
of Mrs. Snedecor 's mother, Mrs. Eu
gene Breyman, and will visit here in
definitely. Mrs. Snedecor is very dod-
ular in Salem society and her stay in
this city will be ma rued by numerous
delightful attentions.
An enthusiastic meonne was held by
tne uaugnters or the American Revolu
tion at. their first Catherine of the sea
son on Saturday afternoon, at the homo
or Mrs. a. u Dyer.
Mrs. Dyer's sister. Mrs. N. II. Loonev
of Jefferson, was the assistant hostess.
After the business session an interest
ing programme was given including,
recitations by Mrs. J. Montcalm Brown
and Miss Griffin, and a talk bv Mrs. C.
uiarK, wjio gave an account of her
recent trip to New York. The chapter
win center its year's work on the Am
erican citizenship education.
.Refreshments closed the meeting, the
second of which will be late in October
at the residence of Mrs. Homer H.
Smith.
The club members present at the
meeting were: Mrs. Isaac Lee Patter
son, Miss Edith Benedict. Mrs. S. C.
Dyer, Mrs. Henry W. Meyers, Mrs. N.
H. Looney of Jefferson, Mrs. Henry B.
Thielsen, Mrs. C. C. Clark, Mrs. V. G.
Shipley, Mrs. Homer H. Smith, Miss
Lillian Applcgate, Mrs.J. G. Heltzel,
Miss Griffin, Mrs. Seymour Jones, Mrs.
w. woodruff, Alias Ellen Thielsen,
Mrs. C. A. Holmstrom. Mrs. J. W.
Brown, Mrs. Sarah Brown Savage, Mrs.
D. I. Howard, Mrs. v. O. Wilson and
Mrs. Griffin.
Three Reasons Why
We Lead in Silks and Fall
Suitings
We Have the Best
Our Prices are Right
OurStock Is Complete
Our stock of Silks and Pile Fabrics cannot be surpassed outside of the large
cities. We have never before had an assortment so rich in style and quality.
We arc displaying the rarest shades of Purple, Wisterias and Plums. Visit our
Dress Goods Section before purchasing elsewhere and you will purchase be
fore leaving.
The Best Suit or Coat You Can Buy
at the Very Price You Wish to Pay
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We are not ambitious to sell the cheapest goods in the
world. We do not believe that our customers buy
clothes with price only in mind.
We are ambitious to sell and we are sellingthe
BEST in woman's wear at the price you can afford to
pay.
The charms of style and beauty and low prices are
united in our COATS, SUITS and DRESSES.
All desirable materials are represented 'Broadcloth,
Poplin, Serges and Whip Cord Silk Plush, Silk
Velour, Wool Velour and Wool Plush. Many models
are simple in design, others tastefully trimmed in fur
and other modish effects. And there's not a suit or
coat in the entire gathering that is not a style-leader
the best your money can buy at that price.
COATS
SUITS .
DRESSES
$7.50 to $50.00
$15.00 to $65.00
$9.75 to $42.50
Uo Go Shipley Co
145-147 North Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon
. Pile Goods
Tile Fabrics: Very popular and in
great demand. A very scarce article.
Because, of purchasing a large quantity
months ago, we are now in a position
to offer these excellent values to the
trade below the present market prices.
Consider this opportunity in your home
towu. Our assortment is second to
none. Butter fabrics, lower prices. See
them and be convinced.
Wide widths, iS, 24, 27, 3d, 40, 44
inches. ,
Priced at . $1, ..11.25, .11.50, ..$2.90,
3.75, 4.26, 15.28, $5.60 per yard.
Silks
.Plenty of New Fall Silks, Satins,
Poplins and Crepe dc Chine. Our Piece
Goods Section is overflowing with all
the best, latest and most suituble
fabrics. Excellent qualities, perfect
shades, many widths and a large range
of prices. These goods were selected
by our buyers with the utmost care.
Our purpose is to give the trade the
widest latitude possible, in styles,
colors, widths and prices. .Give us an
opportunity to prove these statements.
Tie material for your Fall and Winter Suit, Coat or Dress is here.
.. . Step in and select your waits.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. William C.
Knighton are rejoicing over the fact
that they have returned to Portland to
make their home after un absence of
five years in Salem, where Mr. Knight
on has been engaged as state architect
They are now domiciled in apartments
at Trinity for the winter. Mr. and Mrs.
Knighton have a host of friends in this
city and again will enter into the social
activities of the approaching season.
Sunday Orcgonian.
Mrs. Mary Hamilton of Fossil, Ore
gon, arrived in Salem Saturday even
ing 'or a short visit and is the guest
of her brother and sister-in-law, Gen
eral and Mrs. W. II. Byars.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Savage of Silver
ton will be among the visitors attend
ing the fair this week and will be the
guests of their daughter, Mrs. Merlin
Harding.
Miss Helen Krausse of Portland ar
rived today to attend the state fair,
and will be the guest of friends and
relatives. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Krausse will come to Salem later
in the week and will visit the Joseph
H. Alberts and John C. Griffiths.
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Mrs. Hershel Powers and Mrs. Harry
Weidmer returned - Friday from Port
land, where they were the guests of
Mrs. Powers' grandmother, Mrs. Eu
nice Roberts, for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Otho L. Ragan (Lenua
Cavanaugh) of Portland .motored to
Salem Sunday and are visiting Mrs.
Kagan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Cavanaugh. Other guests at the Cavanaugh-
home are Mrs. E. R. Wiggins
and children, Lawrenco and Fielda, and
Mrs. M. A. Woare, also of Portland.
Miss Lucille Belle, who has been en
joying an outing at Newport, returned;
nome tne latter part of the week. !
Mr. and Mrs. Ed war J Welter have as'
their house guests for the week, Mr.!
and Mrs. J. V. Bickford and daugh-!
ter, Marian, and Mrs. S. E. Hullat of'
Portland.
That the executive affairs of Wil-I
lamette sophomore class will be well;
directed during this semester was !
shown in the exalting of Chester Worn-1
cr as president or the class Friday f-
ternoon. He will be assisted by Maud;
Maclean, vice president; Helen Wood,!
secretary; Foster Friday, treasurer, and
Robert Taseker, sergeant at arms.MriYiy;
social affairs are contemplated by meni-1
bers of the class this year, including a'
formal reception to the freshmen at nnj
enrly date. It is expected that tliol
new president win immediately appoint!
tho -social committee wnich will have1
charge of all social affairs of the class ;
for the first semester. I
!
Mrs. Charles K. Spaulding will have I
visiting her during tne week, her!
mother, Mrs. S. Skeefe of Portuand. I
I
Mr., and Mrs. J. P. Frlxiell have re-1
turned from an enjoyable sojourn at.
Newport. " i
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Many Portland folk will Motor" to!
Salem tomorrow and every day this
week to attend the state fair, a large
feature of which will be the horse
snow each night, thw entries to in
clude many of Portland's well known;
blue ribbon winners. There also will'
be exhibitors from Seattle, Spokane!
and California, and this particular1
part of the interesting fair will call!
forth a fashionable aua large follow-!
ing. I
Some of the prominent Salem ma
trona have planned various kinds of so
cial functions, some to give house par
ties, others luncheons, dinners and tea
parties. Orcgonian.
The Mont hers' Congress will hold an
informal reception Tuesday afternoon
following the programme nt the new pa
vilion at the state fair grounds in hon
or of "Woman's Day."
Mrs. Charles L. Dick is chairman of
the committee and will be assisted by
Mrs. Russell Catlin, Mrs. Milton L.
Meyers, Mrs. F. A. Elliott and Mrs. Ed
win L. Baker.
Prices Advance On
2,000,000 Share Day
New York, Sept. 23. The New York)
Evening Sun financial review today
says;
In the sixteenth consecutive billion
share day and the heaviest in many
years with total sales in excess of two
million shares, prices for tho greater
prominent issued advanced into new
high ground for the current movement
with absolute high points for United
States Steel common, most of the cop
pers, Central Leather and some of the
specialties. .Demand on the present
public to participate in the bull specu
lation was enormous.. Buying by pro
fessional Wall Street was heavy, while
the cordial approval and active support
of the expanding movement by the sub
stantial financia interests were in evi
dence. Advances of from one to four
points were reported, but as a rule,
marked improvement was confined to
the stool and copper shares, the rail
way equipment and motor issues and
such stocks as Central Leather, for in
stance, which was in demand for com
mission houses with the movement in it
being helped by Teports by a contest
for the control of the property. In
the later dealings, however, the rails
came into greater prominence, especial
ly Reading, Union Pacific and Erie.
An added impulse for buying steel
common was found in street 'estimates
that the net earnings of the big steel
corporation for the current quarter
would approximate $98,000,000. In
the late trading the general market
was reactionary with steel selling un
der its closing Saturday.
Watermelon Story
Has Two Sequels
A watermelon story in chapters
reaching North and South Commercial
street and the city police station, with
a sequel in prospect, came to light this
morning when Howard Damon, the
grocer, was fined $5 for violating the
ordinance pertaining to the placing of
obstructions in the street.
It seems that Dainon ordered a load
of melons from the Salem Fruit com
pany, which melons he was. not satis
fied with and ordered the company to
take back. The company did not do
this, and Damon loaded the fruit into
a wagon and took it back himself. Th
company refused to accept the fruit.
Damon piled it in the street in front
of the company's place of business.
Hence he was arrested.
After paying his fine, Damon swore
out a warraut charging the company
with infraction of the same ordinance,
and this warraut is now in process of
serving.
Ed Hornbeck, thoroughly drunk and
with two bottles in his pockets, was
taken in by the local police this afternoon.
SACRED
; HEART
ACADEMY
Under the direction of the
Sisters of the Holy Names
Salem, Oregon
BOARDING SCHOOL
and DAY SCHOOL
Most approved methods, primary
grammar and High School
Departments, complete course in
Harp, Piano, Voice Culture, Vio
lin and Harmony, Elocution and
Physical Culture.
No interference with religion of
pupils.
Modern Conveniences.
Domestic Comforts
Scholastic year begins Sept. 11
ADDRESS
Sister Superior
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Our Opening Day
Was a Grand Success
And if any lady in Sa'em was unable to attend we still extend you an invitation
to visit our store.
Our only aim is to giv2 people in this vicinity more Furniture value for less
money than any store in the state.
Heater and Stove Time
Before you buy that Heater or Range see our fine of G. & K. Heaters and
Ranges stoves for eich individual purpose.
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Entire New Wexford BIdg, 467 Court Street Phone 593
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