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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2a 1918.
rlSS MIXNETTA MAGERS re
cently presented Lois Lucile
Junk, one of Salem ' prominent
miwicitns, to the leading musicians in
Portland at a delightful studio affair
t he home, 6S5 Marshall street, lira
.W, B Thomas and. Mrs. Thomss Car
rick Burke, well known Portland ma
aicians assisted oa the program.
LoU Lucile Junk delighted her au
dience with her exquisite interpreta
tion of her own composition The in
terpretation of her work cat it. -ni-ite,
and the most notable lea u '
her compositions, marvels in the fact
that she plays her own accompaniment, 1
in a numoer or nor selections.
She is on her way east, where she
will confer with a number of eaxtern
publishers in regard to the publica
tion of her compositions.
M'ws Makers has a splendid class of
fupilj in Portland and meets with her
Salem classes on Friday and Satur
day. She will present her pupils in t
Jem in a musical within the next two
weeks, which will be a- most delight
A dinner party was given Wednes
day evening at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. O. V. Ellis of 1157 South Fif
teenth street, at six o'clock. Covers
were placed for Mr. and Mrs. 8. Kirk,
of Lylo, Washington) Mr. and Mrs.
R. E. Tyler, Mrs. J2. S. Tyler, Miss
Orce Tyler( Loton, Inez and Mildred
Tyler, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tyler of
Lexington, Oregon, and the hosts. Af
ter the dinner party delightful read
ings and toasts were given by the hot
Br OLE VIA KEESEY
Dr. and Mrs. B. L. Steevet of 316j
aorta laurea street were test at a
appointed dinner party at high noon,
on Friday, in honor of their house
guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Gaston
of Olympia, Washington, who have
bees in Salem during the past two
weeks. Centering the table was an ar
tistie bowl of African marigolds. Cov
ers were plaecd for nine. Those making
up the party were: Mr. and Mrs. Gas
ton, Mr. and Mrs. William Slade, Mr
and Mrs. B. L. Steeves, Misses Minnie
Oaston, Kathcryn Slade and Muriel
Steeves. Mr. fllado and Mr. Sleeves
ncre friends when in Nova Scotia
Miss Mabel Furue of Silverton spent
Thursday in Salem attending the state
Mrs. Olaf Scaverson vu ia Salem
the first of the week attending the
O. C Marstcrs, president of the
state fair board, sient the . week in
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leonard, Mrs,
C. E. Fisher and daughter, Mattie, and
Miss Susie Breckridge drove to Salem
Wednesday in the Leonard car toat
tend the state fair.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Tyler and family
of Lexington, Oregon, motored down to
Salem to epond the week at the home
of Mr. Tyler ' mother.
Mrs. Lloyd Hausor and son, Bobert
Lloyd, of Eugene were the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cook
and Mr. and Mr. Paul Hatiser during
the fair week.
MrsTj. B. Krausse of Portland, 'ac
companied by her son, Paul, were
-guests of Mrs. 0. O. Brown during the
past week. They motored down from
Portland with Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Krausse, who were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Albert and Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Griffith, during the fair
Mr. and Mrs. John DinwOodie return
ed to their home in Woodburn Thurs
day evening, after having spent a few
days, attending the state fair.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Richmond of
Dallas spent Thursday with friends in
Mr.' David Levy was among the
Portland visitors on Elks day, at the
Mrs. William Graham spent Thurs
day attending the Btate fair. Her homo
is in Silverton.
Disturbed sleep usually
comes from some form of
the stomach and stimulate
the liver with a course of
tint Sal af An, M.dloIrM h tin WU
Sold rrwlw. jBata,lo..S.
Miss Minerva Braden and Miss Gcr
trude Braden of Albany are the guests
I of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Congor of Sa
lem. While here they are attending
the state fair.
Mr. and Mrs, T. W. Tlarpcr and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Dickson, accompanied
by Joseph Thomas of Albany spent a
few days this week attending -the
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Miller of Albany
spent Weduosday in Salem.
Mrs. A. L. Cooper was the guest of
friends in ttulcm this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones and dau
ghter, Jewell, of Albany, is spending
the week in Balcrn attending the state
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith returned
to their home in Albany on Wednes
day after having spent the fore part
of the week in Salem.
Miss Edith Wood who recently re
turned from Astoria with her aunt,
Mrs, Charles tiooilale, arrived in Sa
lem on Friday where she will attond
the Capitol Business college. She ii
living at tho Young Woman's Christian
association building . ' '
Mr. and Mrs. J, M. iFreiicn of Albany
spent the first of the week in Salom,
attending the state fair,
Mr. and Mrs. C, G. Cowles woro visi
tors at the state fair from Albany on
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Bodgers, Mr, and
Mrs. Uuorgtf Ooltra and Mrs. Alice
Ames of Albany motored to Salem on
Wednesday and spent the day at the
lair. Mr. and Mrs. Kodirer returned
to Salem Thursday morning and were
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J Bank.
L. L Bilyeu, Mrs. R, E. Bilyeu. Miss
Vonotta iX'Vaney of Albany, accom
panied by Mrs. J. M. O'Kourke of
Portland drove to Snlem on Wednes
day to attend the state fair.
Mrs. T. Oermansou and daughter,
Airs, r'rnnk. Robertson wero among the
Albany people attending tho state fair
Mr. and Mrs, William Snyder were
in Sulem - from Albany on Weduesday
Mr. and Mrs. T, C. Smith, Jr., have
returned to their horn at 83 North
'Winter street, after having spent the
Tpst week touring through Rainier JSa
tional Park. While in Washington they
spent several days in Tacoma and at
Camp Lewis. They were accompanied
by Malcolm Smith and Kenneth Wil
son, who stopped over at Seaside re
turning Thursday afternoon to Salem-
Mrs. N. A. Goss of Portland was the
house guest of her daughter, Mrs. T.
C. Smith of 539 North Winter street
during the state fair.
Mr. and Mr. James W. Wakefield
of Ast'l.ia were the house guests of
Dr. and Mrs. T. C Smith, Jr., over
the last of the week.
The Tllihee auxiliary of the Red
Cross held a paper bag sale at the
fair this week, for the benefit of the
auxiliary. Mrs, Molvin Plimipton, Mrs.
T. C. Smith and Mrs. Fred Thielson
wire in charge of the booth. The bags
sold at 35 centg apiece.
Mr. and Mrs. William Slade of Sil
verton spent the last of the week in
Salem attending the state fair.
The largest crowd ever assembled in
the auditorium, nt the Oregon State
fair, gathered Wednesday evening to
hear tho violin ensemble composed of
twenty fonr studenta of Miss Eliaabelh
Levy. Thoy were a striking aggrega
tion, attractively dressed in blue'and
white costumes and wore flags of dif
ferent nations. Much to the admiration
of the audience they rendered with fine
"The Star Spangled Banner."
"Alice Where Art Thou"....Ascher
Barcarolle, from 'Tales of Hoffman.'
Their bowing and intonation were in
splendid harmony , a remarkable per
formance for such young musicians.
Miss Levy is given much praise for her
clever work in organizing and directing
such a large and entertaining group of
Mrs. F. M. KellcT and grand daugh
ter, Dora Fisher, of Portland were in
Salem tliig week, and were -euestg at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Eeigel-
man at vw miu Btreot.
Mrs. Edward Reichard of Portland
was the house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
J. u. Jteigelman of H40 Mill street, on
Dr. and Mrs. I .A. Bollmaa and sons'
Lenthoi and Paul, of Dallas were in I
Salem Thursday attending the state
fair. . . -
Mrs. Cora Ramsey and Miss Eunice
Martin of Portland were over Thurs
day visitors in Salem.
Mark Latham of Silverton will leave
Sunday for Eugene, where he will en
ter the University of Oregon. .
Arnold Benzer will be among the
Salem high school boys to attend the
University of Oregon" this season.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Poorman were
among the Woodburn visitors at the
state fair Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert dinger of 961
Mill street, entertained Mrs. Orant
Mays, Mrs. Ralph Watson of Portland
and Mrs. C Olinger of The Dalles dur
ing the fair week.
Mrs. Jessie Evans Flanders of Port
land Spent the week with her sister,
Mrs. L. F. Griffith.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gibson, Mrs.
W. F. MaBee, sons, Manluf and Merle,
from Fall Creek are here visiting rel
ativity and attending the fair.
The association has beea busy this
week, during the fair, with the inereas
ed attendance in the cafeteria, and the
large number of girls and women who
have come to find rooms during their
stay in the city. Among tho guests at
the association rooms wctc: Mrs. Fred
J. Meindl of Portland and Mrs.
Sehilke of La Grande, who are in
charee of the Woman Congress of
Mothers booth at the fair.
Much interest has been taken in the
booth of the Y. W. C. A. war work
council in the educational pavilion at
the fair. The work of the association
is doing in" the United States, France
and England and Russia, has found
the attention of many from all parts
of the state. -
Mrs. Bondinot Secly will be a guest
of the association Friday. The first
open meeting of the year for the asso
ciation members and friends of the as
sociation will be held Friday night
Mrs. Seely, who has done much in as
sociation work, -will be the guest of
honor. The meeting will be of the na-.
ture of a rally tor the educational
classes, which will be formnd then. A
cordial invitation is extended to all. .
Miss Edith Wood of Woodburn i
attending the Capital Business col
lege, and while in Salem is making her
home at the i. w. v.. a.
D. H. MOSHER
High Class Ladles' Tailoring
474 Court Street
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We can make you a better suit for $35, $40, $45 and
$50 than you can buy ready made suits at today.
Merchandise is hard to get and our advice is to
BUY NOW if you want all wool garments. In the
future all goods for civilian trade will be shoddy or
reworked wool. ' -
We are fortunate in having in stock a large supply
of all wool materials that we are making up at much
less than other tailors. ,
Order at once if you want all wool clothes at moder
"Tailor To Men and Women"
Court Street Salem, Oregon.
Wednesday. While here Mrs. Reichard
attendod the state fair.
Mrs, Edward Rayworth, of Portland.
nd Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Site and son.
iRalph,,of. .Beavetton, were in Salem
this weok attending the gtate fair, and
while here wore uuesta of Mr. airo"
'Mrs. J. J. Beigelman.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Williams of
Portland wero in Salem on Portland
ilay, attending the state fair,
Aiuyor end Mrs. George Baker of
Portland were among the noted per
sonages at the state fuir on Portland
day. Mayor Baker, featured on the of
ficial program on Tuhrsday aftornoon,
'making a stirring appeal to the people
in behalf of the fourth liberty loan.
Mrs. Andrew Young and daughtor,
Mis Carrie Young, alter having spent
'tho past ten days at the home of Mr
and Mrs. Charles K. Spauldiug of 905
Court street, departed Friday after
uoon for their home in Los Angeles,
M, and Mrs. Jack Ponsler of Mc
Minnville. were the" house guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mills of 1385 Court
street. While hore they attended the
The homo of Mr. and Mrs. Boy Mills
of 1385 Court street was tho scene of
a gay little informal supper On Thurs
day evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack (Sponsler of McMinnville, after
'mo mctiroy aance at tne elty nail.
Those present werei Mr.' and Mrs. Paul
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. JackSponsler
and Mr. and Mrs. Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. Tercy Young and Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Cusick of Albany were
in Salem J-Yiday spending the day with
friends. While here they were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chauneey Bish-
Judge and Mrs. William Gaten and
children of Portland speut Portland
day in Salem, attending the state fair.
Mrs. William Wonderly of Portland
spent Thursday with friends in Sa
lem. She waa in attendance at the state
Mrs. Harvey Wells of Portland spent
Thursday iu Salem with Mr. Wells.
Mrs. C. B. Wilson and daughter. Miss
Lois Wilson, of McMinnville were
over Thursday visitors at the state
George Johnson will leave the last
of the weok for Eugene, where he will
enter the University of Oregon.
Mrs. Meda Gilbert left Friday af
tornoon for hor home in McMinnville,
after having spent the week at the
homo of Mr. had Mrs. J. A. Bishop, of
South Commercial street.
Mrs. W. R. Bishop of Portland was
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Clough, over fair week.
Frank Saunders of Oakland. Cali
fornia, accompanied by hit small
laughter, Iris, of Portland, wore in Sa
lem Thursday afternoon attending the
Mrs. Homer Link and Miss Well
Link of Airlie spent Friday In Salem
attending the state fair and visiting, J
The tortures and '' discomforts of
weak, lame and aching back, swollen
and bloated feet and limbs, weakness,
lassitude, dizziness, nausea, that tired
wornout feelin, norvonsness, sleepless
ness, as a rulo have their origin in kid
ney trouble, not "female complaints".
These general symptoms of kidney and
bladder disease are well known so is
Next time you feel a twinge of pain
in the back or are troubled with head
ache, indigestion, insomnia, irritation
in the blaider or pain in the loins and
lower abdomen, yon will find quick and
sure relief in GOLD MEDAL Haarlem
Oil Capsuics. This old and tried reme
dy for kidney disease and- allied de
rangements has stood the test for hun
dreds of years. It does the work. Pains
and troubles vanish and new life and
health will come as you continue their
use. When completely restored to your
usual vigor, continue taking a capsule
or two each day; they will keep you
fnelinff fine and prevent a return oi
UOIjiD MKU'AU uaariom ni i,hou.t!
are imnorted direct from the labora
tories at Haarlem, Holland. Get them
from your druggist. Do. aot take a sub
stitute. In sealed boxes, three sues.
Guarantee Fresb Eggs
At State Meeting
Every member of the Oregon Poultry
Prndueers' association will levy a vol
untary assessment against himself or
a cent for every nen ne owns w es
tablish a fund which will provide lor
ih labeling and Guaranteeing- or an
flcs-s aa beino freshly laid. This de
cision was reached at a meeting of the
here in connection with ft
taken to affiliate with the war
emerirencv Doultrv federation. Two
hundred dollars of the sum raised will
go to the federation and the balance
to the cause of nuttine nothing but
absolutely fresh test into the hands
of the producers.
W, II. Hart, new poultry expert t
the state hospital, was elected presi
dent of the association to succeed C.
M. Wilcox, formerly poultry expert
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The money that would have to be spent twice for
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Stamps, more Liberty Bonds, more Red Cross donations, more war help of
every sort. ,
COATS .....$14.75 TO $95.00
SUITS.',.. $19.75 TO $65.00
CLOTH DRESSES $14.75 TO $45.00
SILK DRESSES J. .$13.95 TO $50.00
SILK WAISTS ....$3.98 TO $19.75
LINGERIE WAISTS . $ .98 TO $9.75
GOO DASSORTMENT TO CHOOSE FROM
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there, who died in army service.
The association has selected a eom
mittee to-wait upon W. B. ,Ayer, food
administrator, and urge that ne 'dol
ing such as one contemplated in Wash
ington, diverting by products of wheat
to the dairymen's use, be iwucd in
The poultrymen declare that even
under the present conditions it ig a
problem of grave moment for them to
secure proper food for the flocks.
Thousands of hens will be sent to
market, they declared, and the poultry
business will receive a body blow.
One of the poultrymen also has re
ported that on the Portland market all
poultry must be sold at a stated price,
regardless of quality. Poultrymen do-
dare that such a ruling, if in effect at
the Portland public market, will kill
the incentive to raise high, class fowls
and be most harmful to the industry.
freat Reception For
President Wilson Today
New york, 8ept. 28 Soldiers ready
to go overseas were in the crowd which
chee-ed President Wilson on his arrival
here today to open the liberty loan
Twenty-five thousand persons pack
ed the five block between the Pennsyl
vania station and the Waldorf-Astoria
to greet the presidential party. Hun
dreds more iwatclied Jfrom balconieC
: Thri nrpHidmif ia ia ftnftfik At a. liil?
uiueriy uoan rany lonigoi in me .Met
ropolitan opera house. lie left Washi
ington early this morning on a'spevial
EERTHA JuNX DARBY
TEACHER OF PIANO
Special training for beginnvrs. Godows-
ky-Progressivo series if desired.
Studio 679 N. Cottage. Telephone 1930W
Soloist and teacher. Nine and
half years' study and teaching in
Europe, twelve years in Portland.
Pupils holding responsible posi
tioeg in many part of United
estates as t cachet I and soloists
Beginners accepted; coaching in
accompanying and ensemble for
apartment. Studio at Marion ho
tel, Saturdays beginning 8ept.-8
Closing Out Sale-
em ENTIRE STOCK OF FAIL AND WINTER MILLINERY WILL BE CLOSED OUT
AT ONCE " "
To make room for our increasing stock of
Coats and Suits it is necessary for us to
close out all Millinery at ONCE. This is
your opportunity to get the season's latest
in faD and winter millinery for less. Come
in and look around. You are welcome.
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