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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1916.
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By ALINE THOMPSON
OW thit Salem society has laid
due iiomsgo to the annual state
fair, it noon wilUscttle into its
regular routine of diversion.
Practically the entire week -was giv
lea up to the festivity and to entertain
ing the scores of visitors from various
parts ef the country.
Aside from a few dinners, suppers
aud small informal gatherings the so
cial calendar for this week has been
S radically a blank, all social affairs
eing held in abeyanco while society
flouted to the fair grounds to attend
the races, the horse show and the med
ley of attractions that nave character
ised this season's fair. Beginning on
Monday of the new month, however,
will open with as gay a round or cn
tertainments as ever delighted the so
Plana are rapidly beine formulated
lot a gay winter and soon the social
festivities will once more do in iuii
wing. Dancing of course, will occupy
the limelight again this season, and al
ready there are rumors of several smart
Affairs, the largest of which will prob
ably be given during tho legislature.
Although society has danced all sum
mer long, it never tires of this ener
getic diversion and will rejoice at the
announcement of the Hotel Marion din
ner dances, which will start again Fri
day October the sixth and will continue
very two weeks on Friday throughout
The Booth string orchostra has been
engaged again and a gr-y season is pre
dicted for the dancing contingent, who
find these dinner dances an excellent
way to entertain groups of friends.
Charming girl visitors in Salem are
Miss Zulette London of Vancouver, B.
C Miss Ann Dawson of Albany and
Miss Marion Coffee of Portland, who:
are the house guests of the CI cor go i.
. Miss Dawson and Miss Coffee who
are Kappa Alpha Thcta sorority sis
tera of Miss Margaret Ilodgers came
home with her from tho University of
Oregon, Friday for the week end. .
Mrs. William II. Burghardr, Jr., re
turned Thursdny evening from Port
land, where she has been the guest of
her mother, Mrs. M. F. Draper. Mrs.
Burghardt went to Portland early in
the week to hoar the "Tagore" lec
ture at the Lincoln high school. Miss
May Kelley, who is the house guest of
tae Burguardts came Friday to attenil
the home shew, which was a big fea
ture of the state fair this season.
-' Mrs. Robert Kinney (Althea Moores)
of Astoria,, who has been passing the
wren wita ner parents. Mr. and Mrs.
A. N. Moores, will return home the first
of the week, accompanying Mr. Kinney,
who is expected today.
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Miss Minnetta Magers has had visit
ing her during the week, Mrs. J. A.
Magers of Portland. .
Society friends tf Mies Hazelle Kr
ixun are much bestirred over the an
nouncement of her marriage to Robert
Hoyal McKoan of Seattle, Washington,
which was solemnized this morning at
the First Presbyterian church rectory,
Kev. Carl It. Elliott officiating.
Although Mr. and Mrs. McKean have
been engaged for sometime their- mar
riage this morning came as a complete
surprise, creating quite a thrill among
the bride's close friends, who bad plan
ned to honor her with numerous pre
Tho bride is the youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. r.rixon. She
received her education in Salem and
for several years has been devoting
her leisure time to studying elocution.
.She is one of the prettiest girls in the
younger set and has a charming man
ner that has made her a host of friends
with whom she is very popular.
Mr. McKean is a University of Wash
ington man, and a opiilnr member of
the Higma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
He is a representative of the 11. J.
Hienz Co. with headquarters at Eugene.
Mr. and Mrs. McKean left for a short
wedding trip to Seattle and the Sound
cities and upon their return will niako
their home in Eugene at the Nettle
Mr. and Mrs. William Connell Dyer
entertained Tuesday evening with an
artistically-appointed dinner in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer T. Ludden, who
soon will leave for their new homo in
Grants Pass. Oregon.
The affair was most informal and
charming, only a coterie of tho young
er married set, who arc close friends
of the Luddens being asked.
Circling the table which was adorn
ed with a huge brass bowl of vivid
yellow sun flowers and airy bows of
lavendar tullo were: the honor guests,
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis B. Cross, Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Graham, Mr, and Mrs.
Frank II. Spears and the hosts.
The Luddens departure the first of
the month is the source of much regret
among their many friends, who will
make the remainder of their stay here
delightful by numerous farewell at
tentions. Among the attractive affairs
planned to honor Mrs. Ludden is the
bridge party for which Mrs. Clyde
Graham will be hostess Monday after
noon, guests being asked for four tubles
of the game.
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Ludden will
again be bonocee at a eharmiug tea for
which Mrs. Curtis B. Cross has asked a
number of matrons and maids to bid
adieu to the popular young matron.
Wednesday Mrs. Frank H. Spears
will preside at a luncheon in honor of
Prominent visitors in Salem this week
were Governor and Mrs. Kruest Lister
of Washington who were here1 Friday
to attend the state fair. They left to
day for Portland en route to Clarke
county, Washington, where Governor
Lister will make several political addresses.
While You Have Cash to
I, Trade at a
tot Cash Store
Even if you pay cash at a credit store you don't
get cash store prices because there is always a
loss from "bad accounts" that must be added to
the price of every article. You may not know
it but the extra price is there pust the same.
Careful Buying, Economical
And an earnest desire to sell on the closest pos
sible margin of profit explains why we un
dersell credit stores. We never buy an article
until we are convinced that it will prove satis
factory to the wearer. You will find a wonder
ful range of styles and qualities to select from
in every department.
(Ming. Shoes, Hats. Shirts, Hosiery, Underwear,
Dress Goods, Silks, Corsets, Comforts, Blankets.
Everything for the whole family at prices that
credit stores can't match.
Corner of Commercial and Chemeketa Streets
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chauncey Bish
op, were hosts Thursday evening for
a stag dinner, in honor of Mrs. Bish
op's brother,- Carl D. Gabrielson, on
the occasion of his birthday.
The guests numbered 8 and were
mostly the bachelor friends of- Mr.
Gabrielson 's who were at the border
with Company M. A bowl of rose pink
dahlias, adorned the prettily appoint
ed table. After dinner an equal num
ber of maids augmented the party and
later the hosts aud their guests motor
ed out to the fair grounds to partici
imto in the litnev dances.
Mr. anil Mrs, Bishop asked as their
guests: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brown,
Mrs. Robert Kinney (Althea Moores)
of Astoria. Miss Kita Sterner, Miss Ma
bel Withyeombe, Miss Esther Carson,
Miss Margery Marvin, Miss Barbara
Steiner. Miss Ida Simmons, Miss Lata
arine Carson, Miss Aline ThompsOU,
Laurence Hofer. Paul Wallace, Allan
Hall. Ralph 1. Moores. Joseph McAl
lister. Tom Ordemann, Ralph Coffin
and Frank Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kerren (Anna
Golden) of Portland are visiting the
R. E. Lee Stciners. They will return
home the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. McNary had
as their guests Thursday Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Dav
id M. Dunno of Portland, who motored
to Salem to attend the state fair.
Miss Marcella Bynon was the honoreo
for a delightful informal affair, given
by a coterie of her girl friends at the
residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred 8. Bynon on Wednesday evening.
About fit'toen of the younger contin
gent were asked to bid adieu to the
popular maid, who leaves Sunday. The
evening was made merry by games and
dancing; refreshments closing the gay-
cties at a late hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fulton (Barbara
Eakin) of Btanfield, and -mr. and Mrs,
Georce MacLean (Marv Eakin) of As
toria, who have been the guests of the
Henry B. Tniclsen family lert touay
for Eugene where they will visit Mrs.
Fulton and Mrs. Maclean s aunt, Mrs.
Minnie Washburn. On their return
home they will visit in Salem again for
a day or so.
Mrs. Joseph Rothchild and small
sou, Fritz, of Portland are visiting at
the country home of Mrs. Rothchild 's
father, William Egan. They came to
Salem early in the week and will be
joined tonight bv Mr. Rothchild, who
will remain over the week end.
Messages ' of congratulation are be
ing sent to Mr. and Mrs. Hollister
Chamberflnn (Olive Metcalf) of Seat
tie, upon the advent of a son, born Sep
teniber the seventh.
Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlin have many
friends in Salem, both having lived
here before their marriage
Mr. and Mr.s. Oliver Locke have been
entertaining as their guests for a few
days, Mr. aud Mrs. I). A. Dinsraore of
Portland, who formerly lived in Salera
They returned to Portland Friday ev
Mr. aud Mrs. Grnnt Mays of Port
land, who have been the house guests
of Dr. and Mrs. Harry H. Olinger for
the state fair this week, returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Meyers, ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. George O.
Brown, motored to Corvallis Thursday.
Mr. Meyers and Mr. Brown went to
Corvallis to attend tho annual meeting
of the grand commandery, Knights
Templar, of the state of Oregon.
Mrs. John Dubuis has as her house
guests, Miss Roma Stafford of Port
land, who will visit in Salem over the
week end, and Mrs. A. B. Swathout of
St. Anthony, Idaho.
Tuesday, Mrs. Dubuis will entertain
with a Kensington in honor of Mrs.
Swathout, who will be her guest Tar
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Orr and small
son of I'ixley, California, who have
been passing several weeks here visit
ing Mrs. A. Klein, left Tuesday. They
motored home having made the trip to
Oregon in their car. '
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Spencer of Henp-
ner, who have also been the guests of
Mrs. Klein, will leave tomorrow, ac
companying Mr. aud Mrs. C. A. Mi nor,
who motored to Salem to attend the
fair. Mr. Minor is one of the largest
stock owners in Morrow county and
has won several prizes on his exhibits
at the fair.
An informal dinner party was giv
en Thursday niRut lv Jlr. and Mrs. h.
B. Tongue of Hillsboro, who entertain
ed a group of friends at tho Hotel
Marion, where they havo been guests
during the state fair.
Their guests were Judge and Mrs.
Ijwrcnce T. Harris and Mr. and Mrs.
Wiell of Hillsboro. Later the party at
tended the fair.
Mrs. Ben 0. Schucking entertained
as her guest for tho fair Thursday,
Mrs. i. v.. l oorman of wood mini.
. Mrs. Joseph Nathan Teal of Portland
entertained Thursday with a charming
informal tea in honor of her bouse
guest,. Mrs. George I'almer Putnam, of
Salem, who is en route to Beud, Oregon,
where she will visit frieuds tor a few
More than 8.1 of the younger mar
ried set and a few of the debutants re
sponded to the hostess' cordial invita
tion, the rooms being aglow with vivid
hued garden flowers and greenery.
Mrs. Hallett W. Maxwell, Miss KatJor
ine Hart, Miss MaYgery Hot f man and
Mrs. Paul O. Oiesy presided at the pret
tily appointed tea table.
Assisting about the rooms were Miss
Jean Morrison, Miss Rhole Kumelin,
Miss Nancy Zan and Miss Ruth Teal.
Mrs. Alack Hofer and small sons,
Robert and Ernest, who have been en
joying a sojourn at their beach cot
tage, "Madinore," in Agate Beach,
will return to town early in tiie week.
Mr. Hofer went to the shore today to
join his family and to accompany them
Mrs. Clifford Brown has as her house
guest her sister, Miss Vivian Brether-
ton. of Portland.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry E. Clay have as
their guests lor over Sunday, Mrjs.
Clay's brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. John Snyder and family of
Mrs. John Hughes of Portland is the
house guest of her daughter, Mrs. A.
N. Bush, for a few days.
Friends of Mrs. Corinne Riley Bark
er, who formerly lived in Salem, will
be interested to know that she m now
appearing in New York with Elsie Fer
guson in "A New York Girl."
A wonderful picture of Mrs. Barker
in her new role with Miss rerguson
appeared on the front page of the
theatrical edition of tne Morning .tele
graph of September the seventeenth,
Mrs. W. H. Perkins and son, Master
Richard Perkins, of Portland, are the
guests of Mrs. Perkins' sister, Mrs. W.
Melvin Plimpton. Mr. and. Mrs. W.
Plimpton of Portland, who have been
visiting the Plimptons since the first
of the week, motored home tonight.
To honor Mr. and Mrs. John W. Todd
the new superintendent of the . city
schools, a reception will be given by
the board of directors and teachers,
Tuesday evening at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lee.
A delightful musical programme has
been arranged bv Miss Minnetta -ua
gers. chairman of the committee, and
will include piano solos Miss Ermino
Busbnell: vocal solo. Miss Greta i nil
lips; whistling solo; Mrs. Lamoine
Clarke; piano solo,. Miss Cox; reading,
Miss Merriam; piano solo, Miss Jessie
Miller, who will also be the accompan
Of interest to Salem's younger set
will be the announcement or tne mar
riage of Miss Lucia Eugenia Cambpell
of Eugene to Sidney Elliott Henderson
of Marshfield, Oregon, which will be
solemnized in Eugene on Wednesday
evening the eleventh of October.
The charming bride-elect, who aas
visited here on several occasions and
has many friends in Salem society,
is the daughter' of M. And Mrs. Prince
Lucian Campbell, the'former being pres
ident the University of Oregon,
Miss Campbell Is an . attractive girl:
very popular socially, a member of the
Kappa Alpha Thcta sorority ana
graduate of the University of Oregon,
from which college Mr. Henderson also
was graduated. Mr. Henderson is t
prominent Sigma Nu and while in col
lege was well known in athletic circles.
being a member of both the track and
foot ball teams. Tae engagement is
the result of a romance that had its
beginning in the university.
rs. L. 0. Haack and Mrs. A. Loniax
of Portland, are visiting at the home
of Mrs. Haack s mother, Mrs. L,. u.
Josse. They will return Sunday even
ing accompanied by Mr. Haack, wno
will motor to Salem for the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pick and F. T.
Dick were among the Portlanders mo
toring to Salem far the fair Thursday.
They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles L. Dick.
All Muffled Up
To Co Motoring
The marriage of. Miss Violet G. Cory
and Fritz R. Vance of, Sutherland, Ore
gon, will take place on Tuesday night,
October the third, at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Cory, 365 South Seventeenth street,
Rev. H. E. Stover of the Central Con
gregational church officiating.
The young people 'will be unattend
ed and the ccromony will be a very
small simple affair. Only relatives and
a few close friends of the bride and
groom have been asked to the wedding.
After October the fourth tho couple
will be at their home on Mill and Six
John Baker of Portland motored to
Salem today and is -the week end guest
of Charles Craig arid Miss Eunnane
Craig. Mr. Baker who has just return
ed from a sojourn in Chicago, is a
Kappa Sigma Nu fratenity brother of
Mr. Craig's, both having attended the
Oregon Agricultural College at Cor
Aubrey Johnson, a popular Salem
high school graduate, will leave Mon
day for Portland, where he will enter
the Dental college.
Arrangements are being made for a
dance to be given next week in tne
armory for Company M. The affair will
be invitational and one of the best
orchestras in the city will furnish te
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Courtney (Emnialine Klein), who have
been sojourning in Portland lor sev
eral weeks, will regret to hear that they
are leaving soon to make their home
in San Francisco. Mrs. Courtney is ex
pected today for a few weeks visit be
fore her departure south and will be
the guest of her mother, Mrs. Anthony
Mr. and Mrs. George G. Brown have
as their house guests, Mr. and Mrs.
John Krausse and son, Paul, of Port
land. The Krausses came Friday and
will remain "over the week end.
Mrs. William C. Knighton, who mo
tored to Salem early in the week with
friends to attend the fair, will return
to Portland Sunday. During her visit
here Mrs. Knighton has been the guest
of her mother, Mrs. E. E. Waters, and
Mrs. George E. Waters.
Miss Jessie Marcus who has been vis
iting Mrs. Ralph Glover, returned to
Miss Helen Calbreath of Portland has
been the house guest of Mrs. George G.
Bingham. Miss Calbreath who is a
member of the Portland Hunt club
came early in the weeic to attend the
She formerly lived in Salem, her
father Dr. Calbreath, having been su
perintendent of the Oregon state hos
Miss Monroe Dodson, who has been
the house guest of Mrs. Henry Cornoy
er for a couple of weeks, returned to
her home in Baker, Oregon, Thursday.
During her visit in Salem, Miss Dodson
was the inspiration for a number of de
A SWAGGER ONE.
Brick red velours gives this interest
ing topeoat so suitable for first chill
days. Raglaa sleeves, siae fullnen, a
huge collar and big buttons triagnlarly
set are its good points. The turban has
sideboards bordered with taffeta ruche.
One of the largest affairs of the
week was the annual joint reception
given by the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A.
associations in honor of the new stu
dents of the Willamette University
Friday evening at Eaton Hall.
ralms, streamers of ivy and the glow
of soft lights made an effecti"j foil
or the pretty gowns of those ass-ist-
The guests were groetcl at tho door
by Miss Esther Taylor and Samuel
King. In the receiving line were Charles
Randall, president of the university i.
M. C. A.; Miss Aetna Emmcl, president
of the Y. W. C. A.; Mrs. I'nrl Groj;g
Doney, Mrs. George H. Alden. Miss
Junia Todd, Professor Wallace Mac-
Murray, Miss Rosamond Gilbert, and
Leigh Dc uk lass. The newly organized
m-.iversitv orchestra under tho leadur-
ship of Miss Lucile McCully, played
during the evening.
Prettitv engraved booklets of Car
dinal and Gold, the university colors,
were distributed by Miss Flora Honsal
and Louis Stewart. The guests then be
came informally acquainted by ex
On the second floor, of the Hall, small
tables were prettily arranged for re
freshments A grout' f young wo J u
of the upper classes assisted in the
serving and included the Mis Kutfc
Spoor, Edith Bird, Ruth Green, Eliza
beth Tebbin, Fern Wells, Mary Eyre,
Vesta Mulligan, Caroline Sterling,
Blanche Baker, Ruth Tasker, Olive
Mark, Mildred Wiggins and Ruth Pcr-
Mrs. Leo. G. Kraps of Long Beach,
California, who has been visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. i.. Malvin, and
also Mr. Kraps' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Kraps. left Friday tor her home
in the south. En route Mrs. Kraps will
visit friends in Ashland, Oregon, ant
Mrs. D. H. Talmadge has as her
guest Mrs. Billings of Portland. Mrs.
Killings is a long time fend of Mrs.
Talmadge 'a and will visit here for sev
Mrs. Mary Hamilton, who has been
visiting at the home of General and
Mrs. W. H. Byars, left Tuesday for
Mehama, where she will visit relatives.
Mrs. George E. Waters has as her
house guest, Miss Anna Elder of Gar
field, Washington. -
Mr. and Mra. William J. Ball of Port
land motored to Salem again Friday for
the fair and will remain until Sunday.
Mise Grace Beaa and Miss Florence
Cleveland went to Portland today and
will be the guests of friends for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Young, accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stew
art, motored to Salem from Albany
Friday to attend the fair, returning
late that night.
Other Albany folk making up a par-t-
ami motoring to Salem for the fes
tivity were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cusick,
Mr. qnd Mrs. Ray Wood aud Miss Floru
Mr. and Mrs. Reeves, who have been
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
McbilchriBt, Jr., for a tew days, return
ed to Portland this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Cannon and
family and Mrs. Sarah Hovenden of
Portland, who have been visiting at
the M. L. Jones country home, "Labish
Meadows" this week, will motor homo
Delightfully informal was the first
program of the Adelante Literary so
ciety Friday afternoon which ushered
in the fall semester's calendar of in
tellectual and social affairs for uni
versity women. Miss Lucile gave a
pleasing piano solo and tne Misses Ger
trude Cuiininghnm and Esther Emniel
sang a duet. "Back Again," was tho
subject of an interesting paper, by
Miss Lola Coley and "Our Aspirations
for the Year," by Miss Emma, Miuton.
At the conclusion of the literary pro
gramme refreshments were served by
the Misses Averill Harris, ( harlot tee
Tebbin, Ruth Hodge, and Marie Uiithey
The society halls were artistically
decorated with sweet peas. Miss Ger
trude hakin and Alias Genevieve Lvi
son were honor guests.
Considerable interest is being mani
fested in the two benefit plays "Ilia
watha" and "The Gtory of the Morn
ing" to be presented by local talent
at Ye Liberty theatre, Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday nights of next
week under the auspices of the North
Salem Woman s club.
Mrs. Anna Rogers Fish is directing
the productions, the proceeds of which
will be used for civic improvement.
" fiiawatha, " which as presented dur
ing the Cherry fair was so well receiv
ed that the club thought it advisable
to repeat the production.
"The Glory of the Morning" a one
act play typical of the life of the mod
ern Indian, is somewhat similar to that
of Hiawatha. The parts will be taken
by Miss Lavonne Coppock, Clifford Os
trander, Glen Pierce, Miss Ruth Jones
and Ted Howard.
The east of "Hiawatha", which is
practically the same as in the original
production will include the following:
"Hiawatha" as child, Paul Purvine,
youth, Ted Howard, mau, Lyle Bar-
thokimew; 'Mud,iekeewis, ' Kex How
ard; "Logo," Richard Avisonj "Kau-
Puk-Kicivis," Rex Adolph; "l..hiDia
bos, ' William Harris; "The Arrow
Maker," Perry Riegelman; "The
Priest," Father Moore; "A Youth,"
Donald Davidson; " Minnehaha, V Pau
line Remington; "Nakoinis," Lucille
DeWitt; "Famine," Hester Welch;
"Fever," Cclia Wilson; women and
warriors, Grctchcn .Brown, tena anu
Pearl Burton, Laura Purvine, Florence
Shafer, Hester Welch, Pansy Willard
and Leona Bartlctt; Philip Elliott, Roy
al Moore, David Howard, Will and Aus
tin Frazier, Roscoe Clark, Raymond
Clark, Glen Purvine.
Y. W. C. A. rally Wednesday, October
4, 8 p. m. All young women of the city
are cordially invited to attend.
The educational committee have work
ed hard in order to give the women of
Salem a chance to study three eternal
questions in a woman's life. Cooking,
dressmaking and millinery. These classes
will be organized Wednesday evening;
all desiring to register are urged to be
present. Information a to charges and
arrangements for the various- classes
will be given that evening. '
Young women, here is a rare opportun
ity, don't fail to join one or more of the
classes. The Salem high school domes
tie scinnce teachers will instruct all
classes. If there ia sufficient demand,
classes will be organized in other studies.
Indigestion. One package : '
proves it 25c at all druggists, f'
the educatioual committee and the mem-,
bcrs are Mrs. Frank Spears, Mrs. Claude
Cloyd, Mrs. Jos. Albert, Miss Helen
Pcarce, Miss Dorothy Pearee, Miss Mat
bel Withyeombe, Miss Bertha Byrd, and.
Miss Ruby Kumsdell.
Mrs. C. A. Park's Bible class next
Tuesday, at 2:30 p. in. will not meet
in the public library us heretofore, but
in the Y. W. C. A. dining hall. A wel
come is extended to all
Miss Grace Bean, a new member of
the social committee, is receiving much,
praise for hor ability shown, in bor1
diligent work. If every -committee
member took more interest in her com
mittee and did her share more could ho
All who wish to join the gymnasium
classes may -sign up next Wednesday evening.-
The schedule is as follows:
Classes, ladies, Tuesday at 10 a. m.
and 2 and 2:30 p. m. Wednesday, girls,
4 p. m. Thursday, ladies, 2 and 2:30
p. m. Friday, 10 a. m., Saturday, girls.
2 p. m.
All classes are conducted at the buiM
ing of the Young Women's Christian as
sociation, corner Chemeketa and Com
mercial streets, under the direction of
Mr. Oscar B. Gingrich, physical director.
Fees, Y. W. C. A. membership, tlj phys
ical education (in addition), $5.
sc:jc9C3c3cifC9C3c st T r
A burlesifKe and short program will
take place during the evening. Some
thing now and something good. Come!
Mrs. Alice H. Dodd is chairman of
Miss Edna Purdy of Albany is visit
ing relatives in the city.
Mrs. George Hurst was in the city
Thursday from Silverton.
Mrs. G. A. Rockwell and party ai-e
in the city, from Portland.
Mrs. Harry Moycr and two children,
of Portland were state fair visitors yes
terday. Dallas Gilnioro, a formor Salem boy,
is playing trombone in MeElfoy's banl
at the state fair.
William Skinner, clarinet player fr
the Chcrrian baud, will leave Monday
for San Francisco.
Alfred P. Fleming, representing A. .'
Ruby Co. of Portland, is spending sev
eral days at the fair.
Miss Gertrude East and Miss Gra.-e-Holt
are homo from the Oregon Agricul
tural college for the fair.
H. G. Reed of the Rccd-French piano
company of Portland, accompanied by
his wife aud niece, were in the city
Mr. Crandall, the druggist of Browns
ville was a Salem visitor yesterday,
taking in the state fair and transact
ing business in the city.
Mrs. G. J. Frankcl of Portland, was
a state fair visitor yesterday. She is.
active in musical circles in Portland
and was formerly president . of the
woman's club." ."
Rufus C. i.olman, county commission
er of Multnomah county of Portland,
came to town yesterday. He enjoyed
the fair to such an extent that he misl
ed his first train and made the second
by a narrow margin.
Governor Willis. Wife
and Daughter Hurt
Delaware, Ohio, Sept. 30. Governor
Frank B. Willis, his wife and daughter,
were injured here early this morning ia
an automobile accident. All thrc t wer
removed to the city hospital. While
none of their injuries will prove fatal,
physicians said, Mrs. Willis and Helen
Willis, age 18, are quite seriously hurt.
The governor, his wife and daughter
were thrown out of a taxicab whe.i it
crashed into a city street cir and a
motor -truck. Willis suffered a cut
the aide and a sprained wrist.
Mrs. Willis has a severe scalp wouv1,
is badly bruised and is suffering -tV.i-
shocic. Miss Willis was severely bruis
ed. The governor and his family were
en route to the Hocking Valley station.
A rack that can be hung on a radi
ator to enable a person to warm his
feet has been invented.
No Alum No Phosphate
(he luuikMi race !
The human race is progressing toward better foods
. if - -
CHERRY CITY PATENT and 1
. ; - . . - At All Grocers
CHERRY OH FLOURING MILL