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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, OCT 23, 1916.
Carter's Knit Underwear .
HIGHEST AWARD AT EXPOSITION -Was
Given to Carter's.
The Grand Prize The highest possible to obtain
t was awarded at the l'anama-1'acmc Exposition at
I San Francisco to suits of Carter's Knit Underwear
t taken from regular goods in stock.
X Thus does the most expert judgment put its seal of : :
t- approval upon the opinion of thousands of Amer- ::
t icans who declare that for enduring comfort, :
style, fit, and wear there are 1.0 undergarments to :
J CARTER'S KNIT UNDERWEAR
t FOR WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN
U. G. Shipley Co.
145 N. Liberty St. Salem, Oregon
Br ALINE THOMPSON
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo P. Rodgcrs mo
tored to Eugene Sunday, to :isa the
day with their daughter, Miss Margaret
ftodgers, who is attending the univer
iiitjr. They were accompanied by Mr.
and Mid. Fred Dawson ami Miss Janet
Jtawsnn, who joined them in Albany.
The Dawson's daughter, Mian Ann Paw
ns, is also at Oregon anil she anil Miss
Jtodgers are Knia Alpha Thcta soror
Mr. and Mrs.' W. Melvln Plimpton
have had visiting them Mr. Plimpton's
parents and cousin, Mr. Riid Mrs. YY.
VV. I'limpton of rorlland and Miss Alice
Plimpton of Boston. The Plimptons ami
their guest motored to Salem Saturday,
lira. Louis W. Josse returned Friday
from Hosebuig, where sho has been vis
iting her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. S.
Barker for the past three months.
During her sojourn in that attractive
city, Mrs. Josse was tho inspiration for
several charming affairs given by her
old friends, hater Mrs. Josse will hsve
s het guest her sister, Miss Velio
Barker, who has visited hero ou sever
Mr. and Mrs. I,. 8. fleer motored to
Ktige-ne Sunday, and were accompanied
hr Mr.- and Mrs. I. I. Howard, who
nent the dny with their daughter, Miss
Carjr Howard, a student at tho univer
sity. Mr. and Mrs. W. (1. Allen were among
tho Snlem folks attending the Xc-braska-O.
A. C. game in I'ortland Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morrison enter
tnincd informally Friday evening at
their home on 1511 South Liberty
street. A guessing contest formed the
evening's diversion and the prizes were
won by Miss Florence Wiedmcr and
.Miss I, conn Wiednier.
Those enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Morri
son's hospitality were, Mrs. Kugene
liulifson, Mrs. ..Myrtle Henderson, Mrs.
Kverett Condit, Mrs. Pont DeUinev, the
Misses t'lnra Page, Florence and Leona
Wiedmer, Fannie Morrison, Ruby Hack,
Hazel DeLancy, Hessio Goode) Grace
liawson, Katherine Morrison and Mus
ter Ralph DeLnney and Frank Morri
Inasmuch as Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Hawkins have many friends in Sulein,
and will make their home hero an ac
count of their wedili.'ig, which recently
took place in Albany, will bo interest
ing. Attraction centers about the brilliant
wedding of Miss Lorn Jane Taylor,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Tay
lor, ami Harry Hawkins of Salem, son
of Mr. nml Mrs. J. M. Hawkins of this
city. Tuesdny evening, October seven
teen was the date chosen for this event
which was the bright light in the so-
rial aftnirs of Albany. The marriage
Whs solemnized in the First Presbyter
ian church, ltev. Franklin H. Gescl
brucut officiating. A fashionable gath
ering of Albany society and out of town
guests thronged the church. Preceding
the ceremony, strains of pipe organ
music filled the church, .beautifully ren
dered by Mrs. Fred -Vcwloii of Portland.
Miss Blanche llammel with her sweet
soprano voico, sang " Until" and "The
Night has a Thousand Kyes." As the
organ pen led forth strains of Mendel
ssohn's "Wedding March" tho bridal
party entered the church, which had
been decorated -for the occasion with
vari-colored autumn leaves. The pulpit
aud organ were banked with tho au
tumn leaves and .arches of them were
artistically arranged down the aisles,
everywhere over the church a profusion
of the' gaily colored leaves were used
in decoration. Long stemmed chrysan
themums on tall pedestals also formed
part of the decorations and made an ef
fective background for the bridal par
ty. Fred Newton of Portland, Hob liob
crts of Salem, Harry Morton of Mo
Minnvillc and A. E. Benson of Portlund
ushered the guests, Robert McMurrny
of Portland, acting as best man and
Miss Gertie Taylor as maid of honor.
Miss Zona Haight and Miss Winnie
Austin were bridesmaids.
The lovely bride was beautiful in
charmcuso embellished with silver lace
and with a court train lying in grace
ful folds. A full length veil artistical
ly fastened in her pretty coiffure, a
bouquet of Cecil Brunner roses with a
shower of lillies of the valley, were the
completion of the attractive costume.
Miss Oertio Taylor was handsomely
gowned in wateriueloa pink and white
tuffeta, trimmed with rare white lace I
...ll :i i a.
unu tunc; sutcr uisu lurmeu pun 01
the trimmings on her dress. A filmy hat
white tulle, decorated with pink roses
and black velvet streamers gave a
charming effect to her costume. She
carried pink and white chrysanthemums
tied with tulle.
The charming bridesmaids were pret
ty in dainty taffeta dresses. Miss Zona
Haight handsomely wore a green and
pink striped taffeta with a green bod
ico and nrlraetively trimmed with sil
ver lace. Her hat was of green tulle
with black velvet streamers and she
carried a basket of pink carnations tied
with tulle. A dress of pink and laven
der striped taffeta with a silver cloth
bodico and trimmed with beaded goer
gctte crepe made Miss Winnie Austin
attractive. Completing ber costume she
wore a pink tulle hat with black velvet
streamers and carried a basket of lav
ender cosmas and yellow ehrvsanthe-
mums with a tulle bow. The bride's'
mother, Mrs. Taylor wore a blue silk
gown with gold lace for the effective j
trimming. Mrs. Hawkins gown was a,
handsome model of blue eharmeiise,
beautifully embroidered across the '
front of the waist. j
The bride is an unusually attractive,
and charming girl, popular among the
social circle of Albany and other towns
She attended tho University, of Oregon;
and is a member of the Kappa Alpha:
Theta sorority. She was extremely pop
ulnr while in school, being a girl of;
many good qualities and a Toveablo na
ture. For the past few years she has
been living with her parents in Albany.
Since the nniiouuccmriit of her en
gagement there has been many gay fes
tivities for which the bride has been'
the central figure. Mr. Hawkins is a
prominent young man formerly living
in Albany now a fiuiucial agent Tn Sn-.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hawkins left'
for a few weeks in Portlund and will
Inter return to Salem, making their fu
ture home in tho Court apartments.
They will be immediately received and
popular in the social set in Salem.
Albany Daily Democrat.
Mrs. O. C. Thompson, who has been
visiting Mrs. Agnes (Iriffith of 491 I'ot-
tnge street for the past few weeks, left
Saturday for a sojourn in California.
Later Mrs. Thompson will go to Idaho,
where she will join Hr. Thompson, who i
formerly was coach at the Willamette
university, and now is physical director
of tho Y. M. C. A. in Idaho.
s An Economical, Delightful, Light Place to Trade .
KAFOURY BROS. Fall and Winter '16 Salem, Oregon
READY FOR FALL
and Winter Tirade
Store is Now Brimful of Beautiful New
We have made special preparations, and extend
to you a special invitation to visit us. Come and
see our grand display of latest styles in Dress
Goods, Silks, Ladies, Misses and Childreris Coats,
etc. You will be greatly surprised at the low
prices named for these very dependable goods.
M 4t " M
Welare Going to make it of SPECIAL INTEREST to you
to visit this store at all times.
will be offered that will appeal to you
You will always find many money saving opportunities here.
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention and We Pay the Parcel Post.
The Store For the People 41 6 State Street, Salem, Oregon
Blossoms and joyous messages of con
gratulation are being showered upon
Mr. and Mrs. George William Cray,
upon the arrival of a baby girl born
this morning. She will be called Geor-
giana in honor of her father.
The members of the 'Leisure Hour
Club" were delightfully entertained,
Thnrsdav afternoon by Mrs. E. 0. Small
and Mrs. George J. l'earee, at the resi-
New Coatings and Here Is the Reason
Why we have succeeded in building an enormous trade
in Children's Footwear. Is it convincingly sufficient?
Fncf Awiirnfl ! A delayed shipment of Fall
JUSl arnVea ! Worsteds and Coatings,
comprised of handsome Plaids, Stripes and Solid
Shades. This lot was ordered months ago to be de
livered in August. Because of the increased demand
for these goods they were placed on back order. Since
ordering them the prices of dress goods and coatings
have advanced. This advance does not affect the
price of this shipment Therefore we offer them at a
price lower than the present market value.
To be found here are
Tlaid Coatings, Tlush
Coatings and Astrachan
Coatings. A beautiful col
lection of the best goods
in the newest shades of
brown, black and green.
Don't fail to inspect them.
A mammoth stock of
popular Worsted Fabrics,
such as San Toy Poplins,
Serges, French Serges,
Plaids, Shepard Checks,
Gabardines, Batistes, at
prices lower than can be
found elsewhere. A good
many of these fabrics are
still priced on the old
Worsted Suitings in pret
ty Plaids and Stripes. A
much wanted variety.
They represent the cream
of this line . of merchan
dise and are increasing in
popularity. The assort
ment is unusually large.
Shaping last Shoes
Make Shapely Feet
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The heel-hugging principle of Buster Brown
Shaping Lasts continues through all sizes.
They intelligently anticipate the need of the growing feet
and assure shapely, useful and graceful feel when the child
is grown. Buster Brown Shoes are broad when the foot is
broad, slim when the foot is long and thin, and neatly
tapered as the arch develops. Put your child in BUSTER
BROWN SHAPING LAST SHOES and stick to this last
deuce of the latter, on Xorth Winter
The nt'fair, which was a Kensington,
marked the first gathering of tho club
this season. Besides the matrons of the
club the hostesses asked as guests, Mrs.
Joseph 11. Albert, Mrs. John C. Grif
fith and Mrs. E. Lamb.
The members are: Mrs. George G.
liinghani,. Mrs. Porrv II. HhviuoihI, Mrs.
Daniel J. Fry, Mrs. I'. G. Shipley, Mrs.
R. 8. Wallace, Mrs. 0. A. Park's, -Mrs.
G. W. Mathews, Mrs. M. M. Chapman,
Mrs. George G. Brown, Mrs. Kmnia
Davis Mrs. tienrge J. Pearee, Mrs.
Alice II. Dodd, Mrs. II. Dayton, Mrs.
H. J. Clements, Mrs. L. h. l'earee, Mrs.
K. C. Small, Mrs. LucvStoughtou and
Mrs. William II. Stuslblf.
Foremost among tho week's attrac
tions, Is the t'ord-Riimmel concert at
the armory tonight. This attraction,
which opens the musical season in Sa
lem and is the premier or the lyceum
course, bids fair to be one of the best
of the season.
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A delightful reception was given in
the parlors of Leslie Methodist church.
Wednesday night, to honor the new
minister and his family, Kev. and Mrs.
11. .-kldrich and children, who have re
cently come to Salem from Cottage
Grove. About 1"iO gathered to meet the
newcomers. During the evening an en
joyable programme was given and later
the evening was closed, with refresh
ments, ft .
The Pythian Sisters will celebrate
their anniversary tomorrow evening
with a homecoming at the McCoruack
hall. A delightful programme has'been
prepared lor the event and a general
good time will be had by all partici
pating. . Knights, Sisters and their families
are cordially invited to attend the fes
tivity. Mr. and Mrs. E. Cooke Pattoa will
have as their dinner guest tonight,
Senator Chamberlain of Portland.
Miss Emma Duncan of Omaha, who
ha been the guest of Miss Minnie
lowning of South Salem during the
summer, left for home this morning go
ing by way of the Canadian Pacific.
She is much enthused over Oregon and
will probably return to make her home.
Want Fish Hatchery
Sportsmen of Salem and the im
mediate vicinity are working together
to get a fish hatchery established in
the aeighborhood of Mehama, and are
gathering fact to briug it before- the
; State Fish and Game commission in a
: manner that is conclusive. Such a hatch
! err would be at the service of sports
. mea who contribute, it is said, from SO
j to 60 per eent of the money for the
maintenance of the commission. The li
censes issued go to a large majority of
Portland fishermen who are compelled
to come up the valley for their fishing.
A large number now go to the Macken-
aie and In the aeighborhood of Kugene,
where the waters oi the surrounding
Btrennis are supplied with fish. It is be
lieved that if a hatchery could be se
cured for Mehnma it would induce num
bers of Portland sportsmen to stop off
here ns it would be a much closer source
of sport than Eugene and the McKcn-zie.
According to Johu W. Harbison, who
is interested in this matter nlung with
other Salemites, a hatchery ut -Uclinmn
could supply the following streams with
millions of fish where now they get
only a few hundred thousnud from the
I government hatchery at Bonneville:
jSuntiam, Xorth, South, Middle and Lit
tle Forks; Calipui, Breitenbush, Thomas
creek, Crab Tree, Mary's river, Big
Luckimute, Little Luckimute, Silver
creek, Abiqua, Butte creek, Pudding riv
er and its various tributaries which in
cludes Mill creek. From the hatchery
at Mehama fish could bo takeu to the
j above streams by trucks.
PRUNE CROP WAS GOOD
The harvest of the prune crop Is fin-
ished in this locality for this year, the
j larger glowers having completed their
j work of drying during the past -few
I Among the growers who have their
own dryers aro Tom Iluiifon, Severin
Xelsen, (). K. Sebo, Ole Moo, Louis
; Anderson aud B. F. Terry. There nie
a number of growers whose orchards
are either smaller or have not come in
to full benriug that dry their fruit in
urwra belonging to others.
The price this year is six cents per
pound niid the yield has been above the
average. Kil vert on Appeal-
A street railway in a hilly section nf
Homo wets its rails with running
Prominent Men of Salem
Frank Galev Myers was born at Oil
Citv, Tenn., iSstf. The family came to
Oregon settling in Lebanon where they
resided until 1900 when they came to
Salem. Mr. Myers became associated
iwith Walter Stolz in conducting The
Spa, Salem's leading confectionary
store, ia ivn .nr. slum lurueil over
the active management of the store to
Mr. Myers, Mr. Stolx devoting his en
tire attention to the firm of Gideon
Stolz I Co. Mr. Myers has kept The
Spa one of the show place of Salem
and in quality, service and management
it is unsurpassed in the west. Many
other refreshment resorts, scattered all
over the northwest, have copied The
Spa' original designs and ideas. Mr.
Mycsr is particularly proud of the fact
that he retains one of the best dispens
ers in the business to preside over tbs
fon n tn in. The service in tins pioneer es
tablishmeiit,from the flief ' quarters to
the service counters ia modern in the
Inftt ilftti. I. - ) .. A : - Mu .:
i.ii- n..iii ami in ii muiiiii
i able asset to Salem's social life.