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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, BALKM, OREGON SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1007.
RciAL GOSSIP Tfor most Salemltetf 11 . ni0 nr leaving here ana vw , fctlon M rnanrtfl ia sumuiut "" IS lu . ninrn extend- "irirbMnaulto-a If- '""TIm on the Ll Willamette" in the war t . .i i.notinc nnrtles. C the part week three proml Kn have been especially mm to many Salem people. 5 " the Mitchell-Hunt. .BraBue adding, took place I home 01 me " - Lttage street. Today the wed- If Miss ueriuuc "".-, Lwn young lady took place, Lm being Mr. Dean B. Crom- bt L03 Angeles. ! Tffo rrcy WeddliiRS. 0( the leading events ui " hn wcddlnss which took Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, Mr and Mrs. W. B. Mitchell their daughters, Jessie Zeiia, lllve England, In marriage, uiu . ic Mr. Charles R. Brnguo ana Itttr to Mr. Spencer S. num. P S. Knight read the aer.vico i nnaence of the relatives nnd . intimate ncquaintnncos. The .nlPi attended ench other, Lemony of Miss Jesslo Mitchell Ir. Draguc preceding tno otnor. , Affair was one of the prettiest W lmnrc33lvo weddings that hken plnco In Salem for some- land the simple appointments (It an enjoyable occasion. The gowns were of cream Bilk ! do chin , fn-hloncd after tho feed princess stylo, with trlm- i of Irish hco nnd woro extromo- icoralng to the pretty brides. ' JravelliiK costumes wore of I with chic little hats to match. Mitchell homo lends Itself well Iral decorations nnd on that oc- i they were most rfrtlstlc. Ens- Ivy, asparngrnp fern, mnrgurltes khlte Bveet peas furnished offec- hiaterlnl. The bridal corner was JKCd In a Inrge doublo window licre caught up In tho dainty draperies, pnlo green In coior, bunches o? white candy tuft nnd lagas fern. Indian bnskota and I held the mnrgurltes nnd sweot Hyadrangcns In baskets were Bwlth charming effect. brides have both grown to inhood hero In Salem and hove- bo circle of warm poraonnr it. The young men nro also very Bar here Mr. Hunt Is n promlB young man full of energy and llnly to become a leader In S.v buslncs3 circles. Mr. Draguo It to well known hero but during ihort rcl(lnicp in tho city hns many friends. Ho Is recently Pnsylnnla whoro ho nnd his expec to mnko their homo in near fu'urc pong the yu ts from out of town Mr nnd Mn. T. H. Hunt, Ray and Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Mun- of Pertland: Mr. nnd Mrs. ehrad, Jlhs Mnrjoi'Io Richards, Roy Draguo of Corvallls; Mr. Mrs A. N Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs. ps Mitchell, Frod nnd Allen hell, of Turner: and Dr. Wood h, of G'asgow, Scotland. Potter-Croinvcll Wedding. he nmrrlngo of Miss Gertrudo r to Mr. Dran B. Cronwoll, took today nt noon at the Potter . 2031 Fast State street. Tho ty ring ceremony was porform- y Rev. P, S. Knight, assisted bv Henrj T. Bnbcock. Rev. Knight formed tho ceremony for tho bm"s pa'tnts, who were married pis city many years ago, and Rev. c0ck Is nastop of thn Prpshvtor- Ichurch of which Miss Potter is ictlv. member. he rom-s 0f the Potter residence wore prettily decorated with sweet peas, roses and greenery A. largo bay window was converted Into a vertlblo bower of verduro by tho use of potted plants. In tho center of this bower hnd directly nbovo tho bridal couple was suspended a wedding bell of white sweet pens. After tho cere mony ribbons attached to this bell were drawn nnd a shower of rose potnls descended on tho wedding party. After the ceremony a buffet lunch eon wns served In the dining room. Hero the decorations were of green and pink, sweet peas and La France roses being used. The bride woro a becoming cos tume of white Persian lawn, with dainty trimmings of vaIonclenne3 lace. She carried an arm bouquet of Daybreak carnations. There were no attendants. Mlsa Hnnia Potter the bride's niece, from Boston, play ed the wedding music, "Mondelshou' Wedding March." Tho bride Is n well known Salem girl. She Is tho only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Potter and has Bpent tho greater part of her llto In this city. She is very popular here and very active In church work. Mr. Cronwell Is from Los Angeles, but formerly lived hero, nnd his peo ple aro well known among tho older residents of this city. They will make Los Angeles their home. Miss Blanche Brown played tno wedding march. Both the contracting parties are very well known in this city, whero they havo a host of friends. They left for a honeymoon trip to Portland nnd The Dalles, and after their re turn will bo nt homo to their friends on North summer streot. o r HHiimiiiiiiimimi THE CHURCHES TiiiiiiiHiitniiH'Hinn m Tlce-IIouuc Wedding. Tho wedding of Miss Gertrudo Tlco to Mr. Chnrles. Edward Hoguo will take place In Bnker City at tho homo of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Storer Tlco, on Wednesday, July 31. Mr. Hoguo is a well known nowspnpor limn, now of Portland, nnd Mlsa Tlce In a popular society girl of Baker City. Guest from Reston. Among tho out of twon guests nt tho Pottor-Cromwoll wedding were Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Potter, and daugh ter, MIbs Hamn, nnd .Miss McNolly, all of Boston. Mr. Potter Is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Potter nnd their western trip was mado for tho purpoao of attending tho wedding of his sister, nnd Incidentally seeing tho beauties of tho Pacific coast. A Visitor from Scotland. Dr. Wood Smith, of Glasgow, Scotland, is visiting his; son, Mr. A. N. Smith, of Turner, nnd was In tho city last Tuesday nttondlng tho Mltcholl-Hunt, Mltchell-Brnguo wed dings. Dr. Smith is ncolebrnted phy sician, and hns trnvo'lod oxton'slvoly. Ho enmo hero direct from Japan, but tho pnst year ho spent in India. Ho Is a Bontlomnn of rnro attainments, a brilliant conversationalist and a lend or In his profession. Wedding Anniversary. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Bnrr woro de lightfully surprlsod nt tholr homo on Asylum nvonu last Tuesday evening, whon about 2C friends and relatives enmo in to nBslst them In colobrntlns tholr fifth wedding anniversary. Hearts woro played, and a jolly In- frtt-nml nppnalnn It WHS. Light I'C- ! freshmonts woro served and tho vholo affair will remain a ploasnnt memory for both tho "bridal couple and tho guests. Tompklns-Hrown Wedding. A nulot but very pretty wedding Salvation Army Hnll. Holiness meeting 1 p. m. Junior meet at 1:30 p. m. Freo and easy 3 p. m. At 8 p. m. farowou service in tho offlcers in charge, Captain Ber tha M. Jones, who goes to Seattlo, Wash., nnd C. C. Edith Chllders, who goes to Idaho Falls, Idaho. Como and say good bye. First Congregational. Center and Liberty street. F. E. Dell, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 n. m. and 8 p. m. Rev. H. T. Bnbcock, pastor of tho First Presbyterian church, will occupy tho pulpit at tho morning service in exchange wjth Mr. Dell, who will, preach in Dr. Babcock's church. Rev. DelPwlll oc cupy tho pulpit in the evening. Sunday school at 12 m. Young Peo ple's meeting at 7 p. m. Prnyor meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Sundny school teachers' mooting Immediately after prayer mooting. Tho regular monthly buul noss mooting of tho Christian En deavor Society will b ehold Tuesday oventng. Most kindly welcome for nil doslrlnc to attend any of tho services held hi this church. The First Christian. Corner of High and Center streets. Preaching by the pastor, D. Errott, at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. The two Borvfonn will bo clven to things soon and heard at the great International Convontlqn of ChrlBtlnn Endeavor at cnfiHin. Thoro will bo an echo mooting at 7 o'clock by tho Chris tian Endeavors. All welcome. Biuio school nt 12 m. Mid-week prayer meeting Thursday evening. First Methodist Episcopal. Rov. W. II. Solleck will preach nt 10:30 n. m. on "Eagles' Wings and Unwenrled Feet." At 8 p. m. a sor mon addressed to young women on "Choosing n IIuBband." Blblo school nt 12 m. Epworth Lcnguo at 7 p. m. A coruiai invuauun iu mi. St. Paul's Episcopal. Chomoketa and Church street. Rov. Bnrr G. Leo, rector. Eighth Sunday aftor Trinity. Borvlces nt 7:30 n. in. nnd 11 a. in. Sundny school nt 10 n. m. No evening ser vices. All .welcome. Central Congregational. Nineteenth street. P. S. Knight, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Endoavor mooting nt 7 p. in. ser vices nt 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., con ducted by tho pastor. Strangers al ways wolcome. First Unitarian. Corner of Cottngo and Chomoketa Btroots. Services at 11 a. m. Punch ing by tho pastor, Rev. Paul S. Ban dy. All nro welcome. tunan school at 10 o'clock. No evening Borvlco, Gospel Chapel. Fifteenth nnd Mill streets. Sun day school at 10 a. m Preaching at 11 n n. m. and 8 n. m. Testimony Going Camping This Summer? If so, sec us for your outfit. Wc have a full line of campers' supplies. TENTS i 7x7 with 3 ft. wall 8x1 0 with 3 ft. wall 10x1 2 with 3 ft. wall 10x14 with 3 ft. wall 12x14, 31-2 ft. wall 14x16 with 4 ft. wall Two and four hole camp stoves in both cast and sheet top. The best on the market. We carry a complete line of the famous "MARBLE" hunting knives and safety hunters' axes. Also pocket compasses, safety match boxes and collapsible drinking cups. The right goods at the right prices. Wade, Pcarcc & Co. 204 Commercial St. Com'. St, Cor. Court Phone 1 91 I f" Underwood Standard Typewrite wyjfpw was that of Mary Danlol D. Thompklns .which took plnco last Sunday at tho homo of Mrs. D. C. Mlnto, sister of tho brlda Tho ceremony was performed by Rov. H. T. Babcock In tho presence of a few rolatlvos and Intimate friends of tho young people Tho house wns prettily decorated. Tho parlor, whoro tho ceremony was performed, was In green and white, ocean spray, forns and Oregon grapo being used to carry out the color scheme. Red rambler roses were used effectively in tho dining room ETbt ti - ' m- T n,ccl,nB Friday evening. Lutheran St. John's. Regular Sunday sorvlcos at 10 a. m. In tho Gorman Lutheran St. John's church, corner of Fourteenth and Center streets. Geo. Engle, pastor. United Brethren. Yew Park. Sunday school at 10 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. nv, by tho pastor. o Mrs. M. J. Power, who has boon visiting her son, Frank Powers, Ins roturnod to her homo in l'oruanu. SALEM, OREGON A thorough business training school, skilled teacher, modern methods, excellent equipment; conscientious service to pupils, both In school and afterwards. We cannot supply all of our. calls for help, and tho demand will bo greater next year. The Capital City of Oregon Is an Ideal school city. Tho surroundings aro excellent, and the cost of llvlns is much lew than in a larger city. If you are Inter ested la making a Buccewful start la business, let us show you that no better acaool a4vaatags can be had any place, at any price. Our-sew school catalogue Is ready for malllHg. W. I. 8TALEY, Principal. Foff Speed Safety, Stety A Solid Roadbed Is Essential Visafeility and Speed in the Underwood, Tabula tor, Typewriter are sup ported by perfectly bal anced construction. Underwood Typewriter Company 68 Sixth Street, Portland, Oregon STEER THIS WAY for your Doof, Pork, Lamb, Mutton and Veal and you will got tho finest Moat ovor killed. Tho UiHty, Juicy, appotlzlng kind that raakoa you want rooro aftor the first helping. Only tho best fod cattle are evor killed for our trade, and our cub- tomors may always rely upon the vory best quality of meat, cloanly and proporly droajed, and In ovory way fit for tho bot tables. J F. A. Kurtz Phone 205 277 N. Com. 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Spread like an imperceptible iheen of raiue overikln surface, forming a akield itimulatintr and preserving a UCilLlC, lUIUUUIUdUlJ. fir t fit umfU f LI2AVK lUSIUNI) T1IKM GOOD IMl'KHHSIONH, VOL WILL NOT JMHI'UTi: TI1M FACTS CONCERN ING TIU3 HUPKIMOHITY OF HP- I'IjKV'S PKItFKOTIUN RAKING POWDKH OVKIl OTIIKIt llltANDH. ONOK VOU 1IKCOM13 INTIMATKLV ACQUAINTED WITH IT'S MERITS. IT IS HARDLY NECCESSARV TO INU.HKRATH THE POINTS OF AD VANTAGE OF EPPrEY'S PERFEC TION RAKING POWDER. IN THE FIRST PLACE IT IS NOT PUT UP IN THE ODIUNARY TIN ROXES, HUT IS PUT UP IN EVERLASTING MASON JARS. WHY NOT TRY EI LEY'S PERFECTION RAKING POWDER TODAY, AND FACTS WILL SPEAK FOR THEMSEIA'ES. R0BERT1NE WILLAMKTTK FRUIT AND PRODUCT! 00. Wholesale dealers asd cotamlsiloa merchants. Cask paid for Butter, Bkks. PoHltrr. ete. W. 8. Cassmlags aad) C. A. WlUraft, Cettle feloek. Sa THE YOKOHAMA PRESSING PARLOR Suit cleaning and pressing. All klndg of dyeing work. Calls by phone delivered without cbargo 444 Court street, Phone Mala DR. KUM Wonderful CHINESE DOCTOR Will treat you with OrleatAl herbs and eure any disease without operatioa or pain. Dr. Kum Is knows everywhere l Balera, aad ha cured many promiaeat people here. Ho haa lived in Baleta for 20 yeras, and can be trusted. He atea many medielnea unknown to white doetora, aad with them oaa sure catarrh, aethma, long troubles, rhea atU, etoiaaeb, liver, and kidaey dis eases. Dr. um wakes a specialty o dropsy aad feaale txoublea. His remedies eare private dieeases waea everytalai elae fail!. He has hundred t teeti ragalsl, aad gives eoaealtatiea free. Priees for j&edietaes very moderate. PerM la Ue eetustry ea write fr bkak. Bead eUrnp. If je was see t ftas " 14 freae wu Dft. SUM WW WO 00, Mf See Wfh weti 381. F. S. Wataaaue, prop imw, FesUam. ... Oft! f les, Or.; J. O. SKapletea, 8 Ualoa