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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919.
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irS. BKN V. OLCOT' cnme tome
todar from Portland where she
has been visiting ;ni't her re-
Im frm Omiioa Beach. Tomorrow she
aud the governor will go with the Na
tional Editorial association on a tour
to Crater Lake.-.-1-iiter, Mr. and Mrs.
Oieou will lave-f?Salt Lake city to
ti.tj tli governors' contention nl
wttk the other eieeotivfs aud iheir
wive, be guests of the slate of I'tah
during a trip to Yellowtiuuc National
Salem ii busy welcoming Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Mathews of Vtoo.l River,
Illinois wlio arrived in HaKm today to
l the gueti of their inrents. Vanv
social affairs have fceei pian:r.-l in
their honor ever since news of tiinr j
comiui; haa been jiniounet-d, and the
visitors can r-et a round of pleasure
during their stay here. While is Cali
fornia, on their wy to Uicgun, thev
were ratenaivelv entertained in Berke-
icy ana marmia.
Tha Salem reading public la, fig".
tivelv sneaking, hiiliiinst lit breath un
til the. next lumies of tile Jielinootor
, aud American .Mnjazinp runie in. For
in them, ur ill wine of the iionr future,
will appear short stones by Mr, w.
. Fargo, already noted locally for
ker literary ability. Mra. Fnrgo is one
of (he elect, who not onlv write atones
but ai-Jla them. In this dav when tha
magazine market is flooded with ar
tic) in from inspired aut'i irs. (and oth
ers not so inquired) it is quite an hon
or to have an editor evyn romment
upon one s worn, and u acceptance la
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KB 'a talent ie aure!v fullilown. aa ahe
never experiences the U-kA trouble is
finding a market 'or her work. Not
only have tho two niagtuiaes accented
or latest atones, but the American
lias tout a request for mre.
The storie in both the Delineator
and American will appear under the
a me of "Hutu Fargo.''
Reporting tourist trade the heaviest
la many yean, Mr. and Mra. J. J. Hub
erts and Mr. and Mra. Frederick Thiol
aen returned Thursday f:oni a trip to
Washington and British Lol&nibia. Se
attle, Tacems, Maimer National park,
Vancouver, B. C, and tnuny other
!oint of interest wero vUited. Accord
ing to the party, tourist traffic ia tre
mendous and it is sitnosf imposaible to
a itu re Services and accommodations of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H'alhh (Jen
aie Pry) of .Sacramento, California, are
eajiected to arrive in Halt.n neat week
for a visit with relatives and friends.
Th-y will bring with tbem their infant
A pretty home oddinc was aolemn
Hed Thursday noon, Aufidat 7th, when
Ifosvll (i. Htillman and Phoebe K.
nerno of the bride's motl.rr on lHth
and Hi ate street. The groom's father,
Severcnd O. A. Ktillman of White .Hal
won, WaahinRton, ufficiatid, uting the
imprseaiv ring eoreniouy. The tirido
svaa charraiiily gowned tn white and
the home waa beautifully dcaorated
with pink tweet peas. The brido ia the
slaughter of Mrs. John Alerched aud
tha groom ia lately home from serving
1 aioulha overwas tu th I anadian ar
wy. Only tmmediate rr'utlvei were
Jneaent al the eeremony.
A party eoiupoaiHl of Dr. and Mrs.
. A. linen, Mr. and Mn Lester lavi
and Mr. and Mra, illmiv i)aue motored
to Oasiadia thia evening to pass tho
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MISS OT.fM CBiAY
Popular young aooiity Mine who ia vl siting in Seattle and Tacona aa tha
guest Of friends
A larife numlier of Saiem folk will
be eorrj to loarn that Ji.it. J. 8. Aus
tin and two daughters, Florence and
Harriett, will leave tum-now evening
for California. Mra. I. 0. Curtiaa will
aurompnny ' them aa far aa Berkeley
where Mr. Turtles ia at present. Mra.
Austin will remain in Berkeley for a
few months, moving later to Los An
geles where ahe will make her perma
Many eharming r.ocinl affaire have
boon- givea in her honor recently,
among which waa the enjoyable picnic
at MM)g's landing last evening, given
in form of a farewell favor to Mra,
Mr. and Mra. II. J. Wenderoth are
home again after au abaeuoa of several
weeks. Mra, Wendnroth Ji.va 1een vis
iting her mother, Mis. John Keisor in
Hn Antonio, Totas, and Mr. Wende
rnth haa been attemling tr Klk, eon
vent inn at Atlantic City. Ileaidea visit
ing her mother, Mrs. Wenderoth was
alau tha gumt of hor brother, Dr. Keis
er who had been reported lilted in
r'rarree, at ttot Mum Uouston.
On the way huiuo Mr. aud Mra. Wen
deroth visited for a while in Catoliua
Mr. and .fre. David Cuaham (Mil
dred Ifcigley) of Kmon are receiving
congratulations upon tho birth of a
The eapitol city will hi as its
guests tomorrow, the meu.Uers of Na
tional (Editorial association who will
atop in Salem for a short visit en route
to ("rater like. The state house
grounds aro being .transformed into
flower bowers, under the able direction
of Mrs. Z. J. Kigga. and a "Made ia
Oregon" luncheon will be served there
by the Commercial club, aaaiitted by
membora of the Salem women's elub,
and with a group of the city 'a moat at
tractive girl to serve.
About MO will compose tha party,
and after being shown the sights of the
city they trill leave for Medford ae
tsompauied by Uovoroor and Mra. Ol
eott aud from there will go to Crater
Mies Ethel Tales, forme.ly domestic
science teacher in the Iocs' hih school
who had been vinitin with Mra. Carl
K. Wimberly, retmaed to Halem thia
afternoon. Miaa Yatea will leave for
Hillings, Montana, in about a week,
where ahe will be employed neit year.
A jolly crowd re-turnh.g from Cae
eadia Wedncailav was composed of Mr.
and Mra, Clyde Johnson and daughter
Pauline, Mr. and Mra. Q. M. Inmun,
Mr. and Mrs. Koma Hunter and daugh
ter Maeyle and their guest Mi.a Mary
AFTEB en ao-nee of several
.months, Mrs. M. "L. Steeve and
her daughu-r, iLi- ii Uriel, have
returned from an extended tour of the
country. The trip w-s 'it-uu by rail,
Dr. aid Mrs. fteeM having shipped
their ear to New Orleans and after a
rather hasty trip through California
during whkh only the principal points
of interest were visited, the party, un
ion arriving in Tjoui'iana, began a Icis-lurelj-
tour of the atatea. btarting wirth
the almost old world beauty of New Or
! leans, which accord ag tq i'rauk iNorrin
lis the onlv titv in America oeide New
I York and Haa Fran -ieco tUore real f-1 '
mance abides; continuing on through I a.
the cotton regions of M.;.ssipi and I
Alabama the beach resort i of ilonda!
aud famous plantations of the two Car-
slinaa, nothing waa omittcu ia the alow J
eniovable trip throigh thr south. The
rather solemn ibeaaties of 'nshington, !
D. C the rvpicaily ArucricaB splendors I
of New York eitv, the tultured and
exc-Juaive charm of Boston, aud the '
weighty importance of "The Pit,"
Chicago, were all incluted in the itin-
erarv. Aside froni which man made
wonder, the natuiU at lactions that
alwund throuijhout the entire length
and breadth of this gnatejit of all
countries, came ia for th.ir share of
At home again, with the happenings
of their own social set of greatest mo
ment in, the daya' routine, the trav
ellers ran look buck with pleasant ap
preciation upon the munlha spent in
the sojourn. And with characteristic
Oregon loyalty they join with other
tourists in sayijig toat the hills and
rivers and wide green fie.ds of their
own state are the- beet, after all.
A pretty little farewell courtesy was
teudered to ir'loreii -e and Harriett Aua
tin Thursday afternoon, in the form of
a delightful eui-prise party at Willson
park. The guests met at tl.o A. B. Page
residence, itidkl Court stnet and went
from there to WU'son par where the
long afternoon was pleasantly spcut
wiih outdoor gnmcs and the serving
of delicious refreshment.). The guest
list included Harriett and Florence
AuMin, Krma Rouguev, M:uy and Ma
'bel CHip)ietr, HiBkbeih Taft, Ruth
Buckner, Rovena TOyre, Muxine Glover,
Dorothy Keiger, .Bornice and Cather
ine Mulkey, Donnic, Cather ne and Wi
nona Smith, Florence Powers, iNina
Kitta of Portland, Iris I nge, Dorella
Anderson, Winifred Jeers, eolyn Bur
nett, Myrtle Pagt", Maiv and Janet
McKmnon, Iouise and Pauline find
ley and Rosalind Van Winkle.
Salem folk will soon he welcoming
in thevr midst, Lieut ciui.t and Mrs.
Robert McMurray who will arrive soon
to make their permanent home here.
iFiret laeutenant Konert M-M ur ray ,
who served in France Vth the 15th
eavalry ana was erroneeiuty reported
among the casualties, is visiting Port
land friends while oa !,) dnys' leave,
after which he will proceed to Camp
Lewis to receive his discharge. Lieu
tenant Mtuiurray la a sob of Mr. and
Mrs. 'William McMurrar, and is visit
ing at tha home of his parents, accom
panied by hia wife and little son, Rob
ert Jr., almost 8 month old and whom
the father eaor for the first time oa his
arrival at Forf Howell, Wyo., a few
weeks ajro. Mrs. McMuirry proceeded
to IFnrt iRuaaetl to meet her husband
on his assignment te that post after a
brief stop at Oamp Mills, L. I., follow
ing his return from overseas.
While ia France Lieutenant McMur-
ray was stationed near the Pyrenees,
and oa detached service ttw a great
deal of the country, including trips in
to Germany far be vend the old Hindee-
burg line. He will be associated with
Harrv Hawkins m the farm loan busi
Mr. and Mrs. F. Ja-iko-kl have as
their guests Professor and Mrs. diaries
r. Hhiveley and children, Bthel and
Arthur, from Denver, Colorado. Mra.
Jaskoaki is the aunt of Mrs. Wiiveley.
The ratter is en route to La Verne,
California -with her family, where the
protfessor has accepted a position as
yankee Motions Richardson's linens handkerchiefs
toilet articles dennison's paper novelties
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WE ARE NOW SHOWING A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF ADVANCE MOD
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5 "JOHN BARRYMORE"
Seven reel elaborate picturization of the famous Book and Stage Success
1 -aw eaSaji
The Biggest and Fattest Laugh on the Screen
Nina Wadsvorth Kahler
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SUIXS i.to, 5-3.o, .a to qjo.uu
COATS.. -$16.48, $19.75, $24.75 to $75.00
SERGE DRESSES $16.48, $22.48, $27.50 to $65.00
LINGERIE WAISTS ... 98c, $ 2.48, $ 3.95 to $12.50
GEORGETTE WAISTS 1 ........$ 3.98, $ 4.98, $ 6.95 to $35.00
SHETLAND SWEATERS .$12.48, $17.50, $24.75 to $35.00
Quality Is Right Style Is Right Price Is Right ii
WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
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SALEM, OREGON. J
iiistrucUir ia stk?matai in the la
Mrs. T. if. Toothaere has received
word that her son, ( lay Toothaere, haa
arrived ia Now York, aftoi aa absence
of two years, most of which time was
spent with the lament second divis
ion, ta regiment or V. S. marines. He
took part ia the huge parade held in
New York city yesterday and will go
from there to Jmtntieo, Virginia, to
await his discharge.
Lebanon, Ore., Aug. 3.(Specinl)
Miss Atveaa Moist and Earl Mickel
son were married Wednesday at the
farm home of the bride ' parents. Rev
eread W. . White of Albiny officiat
ing. The Vide Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Moist of North Iiobanon
and has for the pist t and a half
had charge of the txtekg of the firm
of Everett, Kyle and Kpirly, a hard
The groom is one of the fonr Mich
elson brothers, sons of Mrs. M. Miek
elson, who were in military service.
He served in the navy on board a
emiset off the Atlutrtie eoat for ner
ty two years. The eonple left soon after
the eeremony for a tr-p tj the coast,
after whn-h they wilf be at home at
The numerous friends of Harry
Mills, a former resident of this eity,
will be glad to know thnt he has re
turned from nee. With his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mills of Portlsnd, he
i at present the gueet of his brother, J
Waldo Mills ef H.tod River. j
All the Belgian relief milk bottles j
ia Oregon will no be ucd for the I
rn-nefit ef the wn-nens building fundi
of the I'mvrrsity of Oregon. This en-
nniineemont i made br the camneign i
committee, after ratting permission !
from the Kotarv club to Lite the Port
find bottles, fl'he orgnni-ationi in
I'ortluad and threnhoiit the state are
separate and the fi'-t perniiwiion wai
only for the use of the bottles outside
of Portia ml. ' I
Mrs. Hov Hi-hop, v,ho has er-srje of;
the work throughout the slate, was the
origiuatnr of the les si the time when I
the work for the Hels'ir relief com-1
mittee was finished. The state bonrdi'
of the committee i the ir irf for Bel-
(irium. of whi-h Mrs. W. B. Aycr ia
1 president, granted hr lh" right to
ze trr bottle liiwnsnruit toe afnte
the prinwis. Tiw bottles will be
traced onh- in the fciisin section in
I Portland. The c.tv ha. ni er been vis
lited ia d:triet for this benefit fu-:d,
i the ai'priwi h hiviy been intirelv th.-s
'alumni. Now. any one interested, m,iy
contribute to the dne.
I The Xorth 8ulem Wo-ii-ii's club w.ll t
imeet with Mrs V. N. T. .nthscre Beit !
j Wedne-lev. The regular I -mine-s ee.
hng will tie fce:d ruiiowe i ny a socisi
Friday evening, August .'rt, Mrs. An
na A. Cuibertson and Miss Catherine
Orunnell, succeeded in completely sur
prising Miss Zoe Stockton with an in
formal party in honor ol her birthday
anniversary, at Mrs. C'ulbertson's home
375 ' North Capitol street. The house
was very attractively decorated with
a color scheme of pink, tho dining room
being especially picnaing, as the table
and buffet, were esveediny pretty.
Cards and musie constituted the enter
tainment of the evening. Those present
were, Mrs. Stockton, Mrs. Grnnnell,
Misa Zoe Stockton, Miss imella Fatten,
Miss Catherine Grunnel, Mrs. Anna
Culbertron and Mewra. E. B. ftoto, 8.
B. .Elhott, J. Brochhagen, L. A. Cul
Bcrtson. One of tho most en.jnvuhic affairs of
the season was tin thiru annual pic
nic given by the fale and company
store on Thursday evening. The event
i timed in the nature of a fare
well to Miss Evelyn Orcmmcls, who
has been with the firm over three
Tears as their head bii;er and who
leaves shortly for the east.
Tho party was made tip of three ears
and motored to Spong's landing where
games and swimming were mjnyed bik!
a delicious picnic vipper served. Those
present were F.velrn (irenmels. Berths
Onle. Eva Waldorf, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Kirkwood, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Bohle,
Mrs. Johnson, Mis Hansen, Mrs. I D.
"Hnrdt, M. Onle, Lawrence Boch, Bay
Loter and Lawrence Gulf..
Mrs. Frank M. Jordan and daugh
ter, Helen, prominent in Seattle social
circles, have retur.ied to their home
affcr an enjoyable visit In Salem as
the guests of the H. W. Aliyers. Dur
ing their stay in the eapitol city they
were the inspiration ef numerous in
formal social favors, and tneir depart
ure is regretted by the mmy persons
who iiViilo their .'ii-qiuiilanc-o while
Mrs. Emanuel Northup of McMiiin
ville is in Wslem ss the guest of Mrs.
W, IF. FHrjro and Mrs. Fr L. Purvine.
Monday Mra. Purvine aud Mrs. Fa 170
will be joint hostesses at a delightful
reception . in her honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Kollin K. Page are en
joying an extended ante tour of Wash
ington and British Colnnbia.
Mrs. J. S. Ponev of Taeoma is vi-et-
inj her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. N. H.
ViesKo, at their home on Mouth J.10-
erty -street, eihe will remain ever the
week end, aud then will iro to Taco-
m to tke up her residence.
Mr. and Mrs. flnmle KetUenieir aud
Miss Florem-e Blake who have been ee-
joying a delightful outi'tir at the T. A.
Uvcsley cottaae at A arte Beach will
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Big shipment cf Japan cups and sauccis just re
ceived and will make a big cut on them for hours
from 5 to 8 p. m. only. This is first class goods and
you will go away proudly'carrying a bundle of them..
Frank F. Richter
Mr. and M'. Pn Ftv , are eed
injj the siH-'t end at - x.s-n.
. '' I 'l f I Mr. asd M.s. 7.. J. K,.;i are is Po-f.
" -.- -W. .1 land attend'm; th i v' 1-4 of the