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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1919.
M . --en'
snOUAL event ia Salem hav coats
to positive standstill. Club meet-
ings aud private dawes are thingsl
M the past or future; dinner parties
ead informal o-atheriuirs are almost M
4eard of, and the city seem to be
ettled into a state of complete so-
teal coma. Out of town folk, oa their
av.y to te.e or mountain, drop 1 -
iot a day or two on old friends, renew
cquiutmiictt with those who hppi
to be ia town, and leave again in the
late evening or early morning without
fearing caused a ripple of excitement.
Balemites, at the fibular resorts, man
age to keep in touch with their home
city 1y moans of irregular correspond
oee filled with news of the feasrn's
tyl", and questions as to whether the
ncigiiburs are feeding tho eat, and the
chance of the governor calling an ex-
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rurpose of ratifying the equal suffrage
For th. who remain in the city, pie
uc, conunu. to be the order of the
av. Now and then a luncheon for a
handed guest, or a hue party- in hon-
er of a visiting ckb woman attracts
attention, but such occasion are few
aad far 'between. Midsummer wed
vtings are rarer art ill, aiul sineo the
Itrides month has passed, Dan Cupid's
hare of puulioity has been pitifully
'meagre. Once in a while a boy comes
koine from I'm nee, laughs with awk
ward tenderness! at the grey huira in
hi mother' head that wero not thero
when he lft two years ago; makes
sure that no one has stolen the only
girl while he was away, and, falling
into the old routine, drops from public
aotiCo as completely as though he had
never been showered with flowers and
laden with good things and proclaim
ed a hero by those be left behind. That
is, he drops from public notice for a
tvm weeks at a time, perhaps, for with
U the patriotia organizations of wo
tea and young girls .till in pronounc
ed evidoneo, although sadly di.ilxiiuloj
luring tho present season, it will ibe a
Jong. loig( tune JM'foro thono who wear
4he gold and silver stripes will be al
lowed t "walk liy Ihoinselves" like
Kipling's mythical oat.
As a nutUer of fact the city is only
oatiug, and iprcpariug for the inevit
able vetio 0f thet fall and winter
suoriths, and the round of plaures
with which the coming season lro.ii'j j
lo be uaherod in, will i.iT.iy repny any I
dullness of the present season.
records where they can be found at
furniture establishes its own system, and after that its easy to keep it up.
Before buying see our display of Golden Oak Desks and cases in the North
Liberty street window.
In other words to see is to desire; de-
I sires are generally followed by pur
S chases. There are no exceptions to
I this in our line of porch furniture
J light, weather proof and sanitary comfortable and easy
I low considering the quality.
You get More For
Your Money at
By Gsrtruda Bobisoa
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I SwoUiug the lone list ef Salem so-
,,;; oUt who answering the call
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i will leave tomorrow for a motor tour
0f California. The far famed Yosefliite
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mnl tv Ar
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: sail w aax.u'LU as wiv itnii iimi sh ;
partr plans to 'be gone a month.
Many functions marked the week of
the session of the general grand chap
ter, Order of the K stern Htar, held in
Seattle recently. One of the most en
joyable wws the banquet in honor of
Ceorge M. Hyland, most worthy grand
patron, given y the delegate and i
members from Oregon, at the Wsshing-
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M"0" H"b"t M'Kurphy f Eu- j
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I II IITI Ml I II (f IH WITH ITI V RT1 TIT Ifl'
follownint irramt chapter officers,
guests of the Oregon members: Mrs.
Kiuma C. Ocwbock of Hartford, ilich
igan, most worthy grand matron; Mrs.
E. Lewis Cliapin of IHne Mealw, Con
necticut, right worthy associate grand
matron; lr. Alfred MoDaniel of Pan
Antonio, Texna, right worthy nswwiflte
grand pntron; Keverend Willis D. Kn
glo of Indianapolis, Ind., past, most
wortJiy graml patron. Others present
wero Frank Olinpin of I'ine Meadow,
Conn., Mrs. Htnpleton of Michigan and
r;- i..tiiA..t..iu t mi.
.w, in, hi t i rn mi ,t, ii-AnB. i utj ii-iritits i
from Oregon were Mrs. Robert McMur
phy, Kugene, worthy grand matron; R.J
rL Kiilale. m. Orande. worth v irrand
patron; Leslie il'arker, Portland, asso
ciate grand patron and Mr. and Mrs,
John Vert, I'endleton; Mrs. V. (). Schil
ler, Orandef Mrs. T. J. Menden
hall, Portland; Mrs. Frank Settle
meier, Woodburn; (y'lyde Jvvans, Port
land; J, O, 'Mclaughlin, Hood Kiver,
aU past grand offieors, together with a
large number of non-voting ineinhers
Mr. and Mrs, William Kersey, prom
Inenf Onllus folk, wero 8ali-m visitors
yesterday. They were aeconipanied by
Mrs. Kersey ' brother and sister-in-
law, Mr. and Mis. Joseph .Brown,
Home of the Victrolas
1EUTEXANT LAMAR TOOZE,
i I. ho ' PrP widely
known than any other Oregoa bey
(throughout the atate, ii low in the east
ion his wot home from France.
j Lieutenant Tooze, with his twla
j brother, Lieutenant Leslie Toote, who
I Wei T German sniper while
1 vanewl wctor oa one of tho princif&l
iRld f rente, graduated from the
? - ui vi w i vi vu svu iu
some of the highest honors attainable.
He was in his first vcar at the Harvard
law school when he entered the offi
cera training camp and secured his
enmmirsion, and after going through
active fighting wrs admitted to the
!arbonne after the armistice' wa siga-J-
He has just finished his course In
law and French as one of the eight
with highest honors.
Lieutenant Toorc has consented to
give a eeries of lectures in various cit
ies in the state, in the interests of the
women's uiltling fund of the I'niver-
sity of Oregon. Having mndo a spe,-ial
'study of the lenirue of nations in Par-
is, he will talk on this and military pre
paredness and kindred subjects, from
a returned soldier's point of view, and
will deal also with a soldier 'a impres
sions and experiences during the war.
The tour will be arranged by Arthur
M. Geary, and tam iiickel, iboth, prom
inent in university activities and will
probably include, the following cities:
Portland, Halem, Kugene Koselnirg,
MoMinnville, Iallas, Falls City, Ore
gon Hty, Astoria, Seaside, Cottage
!rove, S'ewport, Woodburn and Spring
field. , Some ti mo during the coining
win wercome air. ana
linlph Mathews, of Wood liiver, Mis
souri, who are coming to spend the re
mainder of the enimmer aiming old
friends in the rnpitol city. Mr. and
Mrs. Alathews are among the most pop
ular of former Salcai resident and will
no doubt bo tho inspiration of numer
ous informal social functions during
their visit. Mrs. Mathews is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. i Brown, and
Mr. Mathews is the son of Mrs. Fannie
Mathcwa and a brother- of Mrs. George
Drown ami ra Oliiiger.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Walker and their
children Phyllis and Hulph, are spend
ing the summer ntHeavinw.
On Office Desks
Any of fico must be furnish
ed with tha proper desks,
filing cases, etc., to get the
proper results from the of
fice force &sd to keep the
i?,VV $4 iv 't'V K'"' .
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Delano will leave
next week for aa extended motor trip.
They will atop at t "rater Lake and wid
visit friends ia Klamath Falls, from
which place they will go to California
for a detailed tour of the state. Be
fore returning they wiil visit a daugh
ter at SalloB, Nevada. The trip will
eover pwriod of five or six weeks.
At high boob, Tuesi'my, July 29th,
Roberta Morton and Frank A". Zinn
plighted their troth at pretty wed
diaj eerpmoriy at the home ef Mr. and
htra. W. H. Burghardt, Sr, 629 North
Wiater street. Reverend Lelaad W. Per
tes at the .First Christian church offi
ciated, using the impressive ring cere-
moay. The wedding march from Lohca-
grim was rendered by rroresser rran
a. Churchill, and Mrs. L. W. Porter
saag "O Promise Me," Thelride was
attractively attired in a blua traveling
suit and carried a bouquet ef brides
roses. The groom, wiio ha recently re
turned from aetive service ia France
was dressed in full uniform.
Following the ceremony a dainty
wedding breakfast was served by the
Misseg Zola and Thelma Birdwell, Tris-
ta n engor and Leota Thomas at which
eoveia were laid for the following
guests: Mr. and. Mrs. Zinn, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Burghardt, Sr., .r. and
Mra Homer Ingrey, Mrs. F. E. Zinn,
Mr. and Mr 1L Zinn Mrs. AUie Coop
er, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thomas, Mrs.
Cail Church and Mr. and Mrs. Leland
The bride is a daugnter of Reverend
and rs. K. L. Morton, now residing in
Pasco, Washington, and is well known
and Mrs. R. U Morton, now residing in
at Newport the young couple will re
side in Salem where the groom holds a
responsible position with thu Portland
Railway, Light and Power company.
Miss Virginia MoDonmiga of Port
land, her house guest, Miss Prank ie
Kingsley of New tork city, Lieuten
ant Archie Kingsley recently returned
from overseaa, and Captain Phillip Pat
terson of Portland were gueste at the
lovely country homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Leo Patterson during the early
part of the week.
Women who are concerned with the
special sessioa of legislaturo for the
purpose of ratifying the. equal suf
frage amendment will be interested in
the following views expressed by E.
I. Bailagh, representative from Colum
bia county: i
'Personally, I see no reason why
there should bo a special session of the
legislature," ho say. "If the govern
or calls an extra session I will aitend,
but there doesn't appear to be any ne
cessity. If the session is called, how
ever, I will not bind myself to any one
measure, but will be freo to consiitt-r
any number of measures which may
be introduced. It doosn't look fair to
Oar line of office
while the price is
Showing Women and Misses
New Fall Clothes
You will find at this store a 'good assortment of women's and misses New Fall
Clothes. Exceptional care has been taken to secure quality, workmanship
and garments that will give you service at prices you can afford to pay. '
QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT POPULAR PRICES IS OUR SLOGAN
NEW PLUSH COATS
NEW SILK HOSIERY
NEW SILK UNDERWEAR
NEW KNITTED SWEATERS
the members of eastern and central
Oregon to ask them to go to Suleiu at
their own expense. It costs some oi
them 100 to make the trip.. It is all
very well for the members from Ma
rion county and those nearby in the
valley to say hey are. ready to serve
without remuneration, for they would
oe out oniy a lew aoiiars, out now
about the boys who live in Tne distant
places f And, anyway, who is stirring
up a demand for a special session f"
A wredding party gathered at the
.Baptist parsonage pa 'North Liberty
street this morning at nine o'clock to
witness the marriage of Miss Myrtle
May Mathis and Leo Sutler, Ir, U.
t Holt officiated, the ring service be
ing used. After the congratulations of
friends had been extended the wedded
couple they took ttie moruing train for
al hxrt lioneymoon tkMit They will
make their home in Salem where thev
have wide circle of friends.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Smith was the scene of. a delightful
gathering of young people last Mon
day whon meaiiiiers of the Friends
church, entertained in honor of the
young men of tAe churrh who had been
in the service. A pleasurable evening
was spent with music, games and stor
ies reminiscent of camp life. The host
ess was assisted in serving refresh
ments by Clifton Ross and Earl Pru
itt. About fifty guests were present,
among whom were the following who
had been mejubers of the A. K P.,
.lumen Moorman, Frank Prince, Alpha
McCleod, Karl Thompson, Ralph Miles,
Clifton Smith and Merle Jackson.
In the August number of The La-
dies' Home Journal there is a page en
titled "A Sextet of Women that have
something to say." Among them is a
tender little article by Anne Shaunon
Monroe, that ia well worth repeating,
both because of the value of the piece
nseir and Docs us. the anttior is an Ore
gon woman, with numerous friends in
Httlem. Miss Monroe, it will be remem
bered, covered the Panama Pacific E
I position,' for the (Portland Oregonias.
Her work is featured by the leading
j magazines of the country. The article
in this month's Journal is entitled
Woman's Little Hoy" and reads as
i "The old myths had it. wrong; wo
man was really created first, and in
her need to mother she asked for a
child. The Creator then gave her man,
wno ua ever mure Ocen her biggest,
first child. For just as surely as the
woman must mother, the man must be
mothered. As surely as she yearns to
brood over him, to gather him to her
I loving heart, is he forever lonely, a
ixtnr wandering aimlessly in the bi'BV
iens, unless he is brooded over, so lov
ed. It is this mother instinrt in woman
that makes po-siM,. her many forgive
! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clover and lit
tle daughter, Maxine. motored to Port
land today and will take a trip over
t lie Columbia highway tomorrow.
i Mrs. Frank Itai and son, Willnrd,
of Dallas, Mrs. lara Myers an? Beryl
and Maxine Myers, left today for a
month's outing at Newport."
I Ralph Coolcy, one of the buyers of
'the Salem Woolen mills store left yes
terday for Chicago, New York and oth
er eastern clothing Markets. He probab
, ly will remain in the market the re
Tmiinder of 'the year purchasing goods
for the first and his going assures the
many pntrona ef this s ore a full sup
ply of all kinds of men and bovsj
'-mining ana furnishing gixi.ln of the
very latest models and the newest de
signs of fabrics, It is vcrv evident
that owing to pres-rH conditions, there
is not an ovcroipply ef cloihing avail
able for the eeming seon; 'but full er
rangemeats for supplying this s'ore in
all its departments are provided for.
favi.l ;.lmm, kKo ha recentlv re
turned from service in Vrssce," has
been e!itert4iini!j his sister. Mrs.
arpenter, of Quebec, Caaa !:i. Mrsi
Carpenter hit g.mc to Portland for a
brief visit th fore returning h me. '
WHERE BIIOPPINO IS A PLEASURE
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cox and daughter
of Berkeley, California, arrived, in Sa
lem this morning for a visit with tho
parents of Mrs. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. F.
B. Southwivk. The visitors are well
known in the city, and a number ef so-
Icial compliments are being prepared
for them. Mr. Cox is a brother of Ches
In spito of the opinion of cynics,
Romance is not a thing of the pnt. On
the contrary Romance is decidedly a
thing of the present. For instance, a
few weeks ago Miss Evelyn Brown,
Salem school teacher, her sister Miss
Ocie Brown and Miss -Dollio Smith
went to Alaska tp pass their summer
vacation, nnd while on tho steamer
Miss Brown niet Taul Kwarts of
Brooklyn, New V'ork. It was a case of
love nt first sight and they were mar
ried as soon as the ship arrived at Sew
ard. Mrs. Swnrtz lias resided in Salem for
several years and prior to leaving for
Alaska taught in tho Washington
school hero. Mr. Wwartu is a son of a
prominent Brooklyn lawyer and is a
gradunto of Harvard. At the time he
met Miss Brown he was en route to
Alaska to accept a position with the
government. lie recently returned from
army servico in France. Mr. and Mrs.
Wwartz will reside- in Copper Center,
nesses, her larger faith. Men may come
and men may go, but the eternai moth
er in woman goes on forever. It is this
that gives rise to the platitude that
woman is a mystery. She is a mystery.
as tne winds oavueaven are a mvsterv.
as electricity i 'a mystery, as nature 's
seerttime and harvest are mysteries.
She is a mystery 'because she is known
only by her manifestations, never con
cretely. And man eternally her little
boy has got into tho way at his best
of looking to her even as she looks
to God She is his Cod made manifest.
He worships her. He believes in her.
He lives for her. He lays all that he
garners at her feet. Few men gn be
yond woman to trod; they stop at wo
man. ' '
F. N. Wnodry, wife and fasrily, ac
companied by the Misses Collins, have
jnst returned from a ten days outing
at Ncrarts Hay and the Wilwn and
Mr. andMrs. Walter Buchner, Miss
Dorothy Buchner, Miss Ruth Buchner.
Mr. and Mrs. F,. Shafer, Earl Shafer
and Frank Shafer made us an automo
bile party land motored to Speng's
landing during the first of the week
and enjoyed, a pleastirfble evening.
The boys of the 0. 8. T. ft. spent a
very enjoyable evening last Tuesday,
when Miss Kthelwynne Kellv enter
taincj hem for an hour with
Ins and readings. The little girl, all ho
oniy twelve years old, poj.'-cfw s vrrv
remarkable talent as a pianist, and fx
cells as a public reader. All who listen
to her character imperonanons pre
dict for her a hrillinnt future.
A very interesting meeting, to be
addressed by Rev. J. C. Pinkertoa, D.
i'.. state secretary fur falifernia, is
bein arranged for Sunday evening.
August- tenth in the First' Methodist
chunk. This will be a anion ireting
of all the'prn'estant churches ef the
city, and Ir. Finkertos s subject will
vr, -ine niter setiur.-h world
Mrs. I'pmcver of Kugene i visiting
ni-r simcr, .mi. j. ii, L,m,
Mrs. Edward Lair-port and s n, I.icu
tenant Merrill Ijimoort are spending
a short iit iu Portisnd.
Miss Kliruihelh Levy h returned
from a six wchJ., stay ; Iort!ami,
sinere ne Has been specializing
Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Mever, have as
their house gm'., Frank M. Jordan
and Miss Helen Jordan of Seattle,
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NEW GEORGETTE WAISTS
NEW SILK PETTICOATS
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After a pleasurable tour of Oregon
covering about thirty days, Mr. and
Airs. Clifford Barnhardt and daughters
Vera and Boruice, and son Jack, have
left for their home in Oakland, Cali
fornia. During their brie? stay in Sa
lem they were guests at the J. II. Walk'
Miss Ruth Fleming is in Portland as
the guest of Miss Anna K. Fowler,
head of the technical department of
the Portland library. She will also vie-
it with Miss K;hel Mcrriaui, who is
home on a furlough from Letterman
hospital in Sun Francisco.
A recent guest of Captain and Mrs.
W. D. Clarko was Miss Mary Stock
ing of Bonbon, who is an instructor in
the iiomestic science course in tho Bos
ton 'schools and came west to investi
gate the western method, of instruct
ing in this line.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Carrier, Mr. and v
Mrs. F. DeLong and daughter, Miss
Kvelyn De Long are week end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Smullen nt Mount
.Miss Elizabeth Dyer and Misg Ruth
Griffith are visiting in Pendleton as
the house guests of Miss Katharine
McXnrv, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W.
B. McNary of the eastern Oregon state
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jarman of this
city, Mr. and Mrs. Chambers of Ku
gene, and Mr. Liveigood of Albany,
wiH go tv Portland tomorrow, ami
from -there will motor over the Colum
bia highway. Mr. and Mrs. Jarman will
then continue their vacation trip to
Miss Elizabeth. Levy will Jcnve Mon
iluv evening for a visit in California.
While there she will fill professional
engagements in Pan Francisco and Los
Angeles. Mrs. S. Levy will accompary
Rev. and Mrs. Leland W. Porter aid
daughter, Mary Frances, will leave
Monday on a two weeks motor trip
along the highway and roaet as .far as
the Tillamook beaches.
A party composed of Ms. and Mrs.
S. 8. Ashchen'orenner and daughter,
Miss Gladys, and Mrs. James Warner
motored to Portland Thursday where
they were the guests of Mrs. D. 0.
Miss Susan Ilarpcol and Miss Mary.
E. ox have returned to their home in
Ellwood, Indiana, after an enjoyable
v.sit with Mrs. L. M. Reeder.
Mrs. E. T. Judd is entertaining ns
her guest for several weeks, Mrs. t'ar
ne L. Judd of Sa'nla Monica. Califor
nia. Mrs. John Marr and small son have
been the gncnts of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Itrowa at Carlton during the past week
Mi?s Bertha Byrd is spending His
month of August "at Elkhorn visitirg
with Miss Oda Chapman.
Mrs. Webb Smith is in Portland cs
the mest of her son and dzhter-in-lw.Ir.
Bnd Mrs. Albert Smith.
Miss Lena Belle Tartar ha been vis
iting with her ptirents in CorvaUn
during the past week.-
Miss Alpha RosenqtieM and Miss
Vera Rosempiest are veiling their sis
ter. Mrs. R'iv Wesley ftiirlon in Port
Miss FWs Case. c:ty librarian, re
turned during the early part of the
week from a short va -ation at Y achats.
Interesting visiters in the city this
week were Mr: and Mrs. J. B. Wiasta"
li y of Honolulu, who were guests st
the W. T. Jer.ks home.
m f.ilk are welcoming Pr. ai d
F. ;. Bunrh, who have return
ed to Saiein to nirike thrif heme.