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THE DAILY CaPITAX JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, UCTOBER 18, 1919.
By Gertrude" Eobison '
NEXT week's social activities will
open with a formal dance by the
members) tie Monday Night
dancing club, at the Moose hall, Mon
day. Thift will be on of the most elab
orate affairs of the season and the
plana that hare been ma3e for its de
velopment give promise of its being
fca undoubted success.
The decorations will be carried out
with the Hallowe'en idea in the fore
ground, prettily set off with a banking
of autumnal leaves and flowers. Black
cats stad jack-o '-lanterns, - witches
Astride flimsy brooms and pumpkins
filled with fallows 'en goodies, all will
hare their place in the order of things.
The committee on decorations is com
posed of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duncan,
. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hall, Mr. and Mrs.
William Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Stiff and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glover.
The Swarts, orchestra has ibeca engaged
for the occasion. Miss Engelbart will
preside at the punch bowl. .
- Officers of the club are Dr. W. H.
Darby, president; Walter Kirk, secre
tary; Henry Compton, treasurer. The
Personnel of the Monday Night Danc
ing club i Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Brown,
1r. and Mrs. G. C. Bellinger, Mr. and
"Mrs. John Brophy. Mr. and Mrs. Boy
Burton, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Comptou,
Mr. and Mrs. . S. Geer, Mr and Mrs.
Ralph lover, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
drier, Mr. and Mrs. C. ti. Hamilton,
Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Harding, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. (Paul
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Kirk,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lcrchen, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Mangis, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. -Roy H. Mills,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. MoGilclirist Jr., Mr.
sad Mrs. W. W. Moore Mr. and Mrs.
Frank 1. Myers, Oliver Myers, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. H.
I. PHehford, Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Ol
aen, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Riches, Mr.
nd Mrs. Paul Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs.
V. Q. Shipley, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L.
Stiff, Mr. nd Mrs. C. H. Webb, Mr.
nd Mrs. Harry Wcnderoth, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Weddmer, Mr. and Mrs. W.
8. alton, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. McKiouon,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Neill, Mr. and
Mrs. Miller MeOilchrist, Dr. and Mrs.
41. B. Bates, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hall,
ICr. and Mrs. Frederick Lamport, Dr.
od Mrs. Oh as. T. Robertson, Mr. and
Mrs. kee Page, Dr. and Mrs. J. H.
Oarnjobst, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
ftctmidt, C. B. Clancy, Mr., and
Mrs. Bolbert B. Duncan, Dr. and Mrs.
VT. H. Darby, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D.
Bvsni, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Galloway.
Tiny pumpkins hollowed out and fil
ed with, white and purple grapes mark
ed the places of the guests at the pret
tily appointed luncheon at which Mrs.
William Boot entertained tho Bridge
Luncheon club, Wednesday. Autumn
leaves in gay profusion were used as a
decorative scheme throughout' the
rooms. Mrs. Fred Thiclsen graciously
mated the charming hostess and
: Jtr. Ben W. Olcotrt, Mrs. iDan Fry, Jr.
ad Mrs. 0. C. Iioekc were additional
'- gaeat. .;'- . v: -
. . Members of the Bridge Luncheon
elub are Mrs. William Boot, Mrs; W.
H. Kidrldgc, Mrs. H. W. Meyers,, Mrs.
T;r A. Iaivealey, Mrs. John J. Roberts,
Mrs. William Burghardt, Jr., Mrs. John
MaXary, Mrs. Walter licDougal, Mrs.
a Doren, Mrs. W. M. Plimpton and
Mrs. T. . Smith Jr. Mrs. Burghardt
will entertain the elub on the 9'b.
Plans are going merrily on for the
Guild dance next Friday, October 24.
The committee in charge is hustling
bout with much evidence of rush.
Tiokets are being sold by the members
of the guild, assisted by a largo num
ber of hearty supporters, who not be
ing members are just as enthusiastic
h- reason of thoir love for gooj whole
J.ne big orchestra, comprising some
of . Salem's. best. mugieal talent, are
keen aboirt tlia nvrnit A mittfe T.ftllan
MeElroy Hunt as leader they expect to
j win the sweepstakes from the crowd
ior real joy manipulators. Many little
parties are forming among the younger
element and chaperons are busy assist
ing shy young maids and bashful lads.
From the very beginning tho commit
tee has met with much encouragement
in the' promotion of their danee and
Salem society is promised a . happy
I With Mrs. U. G. Shipley and Mrs.
! William Stousloff acting a joint host
esses, members of the Leisure Hour
club gathered at the home of the for
mer Thursday asd enjoyed a social af-
eruuvn. uare rose rouug ana brilliant
rose bits were U9ed in n pretty deco
rative motif, and a bowl of the for
mer centered the prettily appointed
table where a delicious luncheon was
served. The personnel of the elub in
cludes twenty prominent matrons, sev
enteen of whom -partook of the hns-
I pitality of the gracious hostesses Thurs
From Roseburg comes the following
interesting details of the wedding of
Miss Ethel Tooze, only daughter of
;Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Tooae Sr., of
.this city, to Walter 6. Fisher, nephew
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the capital Journal:
'Surrounded by a group of intimate
friends, and amid colorful autumn fol
iage and blossoms. Miss Lilla Ethel
Tooze -and Walter 8. Fisher plighted
their troth last night promptly at eight
"The wedding was the opening so
cial event of the fall season, and no
more beautiful season could have been
chosen for this happy culmination, of
a romance begun in collego days. No
more delightful spot could have been
round than Edlygcngo Lodge, the at
tractive country home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. B. Skinner, Sr., Irhkh has been the
center of so many happy associations
of the younger set of this city.
,?"GTee and yellow were sed ex
clusively' 'for 'the. decorations in the
living; room. An aisle made of green
pedestals, surmounted by baskets of
deep yellow African marigolds and
sinniaa, with 1 graceful training 'vines
alternated with toll gilt cathedral
candles -and yellow tapersYellow rib
'Ixjoa .'connected the! aisle that load
across the room from the stairway to
a bower of greenery.
"Mrs. A. K- Oreutt sang Cadman's
'At Dawning;' and as the soft notes
died away the strains' of Mendelsohns
wedding march swelled. Ts this beau
tiful march the bridal party descend
ed the stairs. Miss Dale Coshow, maid
of honor, lead the party. She earried
in her arms a shower of yellow rose
buds, and her dainty frock of yellow
tulle and satin, with a picture hat of
tulle, enhanced her brunette beauty.
Miss Tooze was a lovely, winsome
brido in a short girlish gown of tulle
over silver eloth, with a long tulle veil
wreathed with orange blossoms.- sue
carried a shower bouquet . of brides
roses. Hon. 0. P. Coshow escorted her
to the altar and gavo her into the
groom 'a keeping. Leon MeClintock was
the groom's only attendant, and tho
impressive and beautiful ring service
was used by Kev. J. . Spencer. .
"The glow from the many candles
shed soft light upon the wedding
party during the ceremony, which lent
to the dignity of the service.
"In the receiving line were Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Fisher, Miss Coshow, Mr.
MoClintock, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Skin
ner and Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Coshow, A
large rceeption and dancing followed
the marriage to which 150 to 200 guests
motorea out 10 xroai tu caij. Amus
ing about the rooms during the eve
ning were, Mrs. George Johnson and
XT- ' llwwUt...i Un TLnv fti'l-
Ws presided at the punea bowl, and
was assisted by Mrs. F. W. Poorman,
Misses Bess Wharton, Anna Bryan,
Grace Lloyd, Jane Wharton and Mabel
Bryan. ' .;
"Miss Ada Collier, amid much ei
riment, captured the brides bouquet.
"Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, both popular
members of speei&l circles left for the
south where- they will spend a short"
honeymoon. Upon their return they
will be domiciled for the present at
the Umwraa hotel.
, "The good washes 'and congratula
tions ef the host of friends are ex
tended to the happy couple."
Sslemites, partienlarly the younger
social set, a MQoieing in tho return
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tin mm nil iniww "i in j i 'raatxrg-rir.rys
of Josephi W. Chambers, Jr., after an
absence of two years in the navy. He
made two trans-atlantic trips and was
on the "Idaho" whea. that vessel took
the president of Brazil to Bio da Jani
ero. Returning- by vay of the Panama
anal the- "Idaho" joined the Pacific
fleet off the. 'alif oruia coast aad went
with, it to Seattle, later making a trial
trip from the. Mound to Sas - Pedro
where Mr. Chambers reeerved his dis
ehae srfter serving for three months
on the -ship. His numerous friends are
busy welcoming him to the capital city
- - - . - - . .
Th Knights of Oolumbas and Daugh
ters Isabella opened their aoeial pro
gwn for the season with an informal
dance , at the Moose hall last Monday
evening, at which wtnrned .soldiers,
sailors and marines were honor guests.
A beautiful patriotic note was earried
out in the deeo rations, in direct keep
ing with: Colambus day. the occasion of
the affair. Red, white and blue stream
ers, entwined with gay festoons of Vir
ginia creeper, hung from the corners
of the room, meeting above the chan
deliers in the center and forming pret
ty shades for the lights. Flags were
used in abundance around the hall, and
a large picture of Pershing and anoth
er ef Columbus were on opposite walls.
Unlimited credit is doe to Cyril Suing,
chairman of the committee on arrange
ments, who managed the entire affair
with a master ability. His able Hen
tenants were Mrs. A. A. Michel, Miss
Leona Weidmer and Joseph Albrich.
Miss, Mary Heenan, Miss Mnrdette
Heenan and Miss Mary Lebold pre
sided at the punch bowl. ,
Patronesses for the danee, whiioh was
an astounding success, were Mr. E. Bck
erHn, Mr. S, P. Boise, Mrs. T. K. Ford,
Mrs. Frank Durbin, Mrs. Frank Jus-,
koski and Mrs Etta Squire Seeley.
Marigolds in gay -prof asion will form
the artistio decorations for the infor
mal dinner party at which Mrs. Ray E.
Pomeroy will preside this evening at
the beautiful Pomeroy residence on
North 'Winter- street. The occasion is
Mrs. Pomeroy's birthday anniversary
and one Of the pretty features will be
I have frequently asked druggists
1 ' :W hot. An van -niifdi in m mo
cinef" The answer usually eame 'The
j rau uuute ins most money on. '
My answer has always been ""No me.'
I have succeeded pretty -well and I
have always recommended the one that
I had found by experience to be the
beet and the one I would be willing to
take myself or give to members of my
own family. I have never offered the
public a medicine that we do not use
at home. This is why I can offer 'Nom
ber 40 for the Blood," with a clear eea
science; we have not only tried it om
thousands of others, but on ourselves.
We take it in all eases where a blood
medicine is needed no matter in what
form it shows itself and we get splen
did results in constipation kidney,
stomach and Kver troubles. I firmly
believe if every one would begin is
the spring and take "Number 0"
they would escape malaria and fevers
in all fermg. J. C. Mendenhall. 40 -sears
a druggist, Evansville, Ind. "
Sold by Schaeferj drug store.
(Continued oi pa;e three)
At all times we en
deavor to deport our
selves in a Wnner
that will cause us to
be remembered by
those whom we serve
Our business conduct
is beyond cavil.
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To the People of Polk and Marion Counties.
We are opening a produce market and will be prepared to purchase
all kinds of produce. .
This will give the people sue of the greatest opportunities for sell
ing and buying, our place will be in operation at once.
We are already now for Poultry, Veal, Pork, Hides, Pelts, Wool,
Potatoes, Onions, Beans, Hay, etc.
We are connected with an eastern firm and are prepared to pay the
Give us a trial and you will be convinced .
A market price will be published in the Daily Capital Journal so
you may know every day the latest quotations.
Our place is located at 2S5 Ferry street la real of the American
Automobile Oarage, Temporary Phone 399.
BEN. MORRIS, Manager.
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Here are many to choose from captivating in their soft colorings and very
satisfying on intimate and personal inspection of the quality of the fabrics and
interesting way in which collars, belts, pockets and other details add dis
tmction and beauty.
r Tiie present assemblage of garments in our ready to wear department is so
comprehensive as to leave little to be desired. An early selection, however, is
advisable as costs are mounting daily.
$29.75 to $85.00
Consider well the quality of the cloths to
which we have given very careful atten
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even the plainest suit to the high pinnacle
$16.48 to $95.00
Examine closelv. for uoon them depends
they lend themselves to the buoyant lines
to a large degree the beauty and grace of j,
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