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DAILY OAFf AL JOURNAL, SALHM, OIUMOX, 8ATUIUAY, OCTOBER 1, 1W.
"Wjtw n-i 1 1 nwt i 1 1 i i i mi 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 n i ihkw SALEM MY NEWS THE WEEK By MISS MLLIE RUNGOKN, Phone 1534 ini i in.iiiii iiiiiii-...- . ........ rTTTT-ITTTTTTTTTIT'r whirl of the social jfadon has who attended were Miss Maymj F,la .. ...a- mnntta. Wlll'.O Mrs. SvlVIft Fdrrnll. Mra n n m... 1r began showing s'na of llfp lock, Mrs. L. W. Achceon, Mrs. ifnttld t 'e8V i... r.n h him been Nowmnti. Mr- fnm t finfL.-i iti-J Ivmt tffO wet"' 'V" " , ' w... ... ui t, iiima IW" . . -i.. - fonvnn ilnvu flnnn tJinlfli Af. T n.. ta.I.. .i..'J Lm.Ib the ast Ul "" " " " "'"r, iuibh , ''things I1RVU uu" """-o w...v uiuonttui uiibh nuiuu IjIOJI, liter partlei. a durite and enter- . ..- r .ilfreront XlndB woro In rinory Dance. Tldnce during tl-e flrjt week of the , Tho dancing party glvon by Mc&ars. sison. Suou n iu iijv-" ." i. u. umo ana a. Li. wnilace nt thd ...v tho so! Inl 'Ife lifts begun lio armory Thursday nlKht ,waa n mriat i ad tit's wil" lie the liveliest enjoyable nffalr, attended by about liter Saiem hub u'u """ jUivumyiivu coupies rne reeness .mhr. of strange people at tho dlf. orchestra furnished tho muse. ... !, affairs shows tho rate at Bitch nn excellent manner that tiid bich Salem is growing. .. tnemucrs are belug given the ciedlt Xbe Mo'1 r t,,D Hour" nt tno,of assisting In a vorv high degree in rind opera house, brought out so- making the dance successful". Most ildoro In It c,t' Mnny "wll7vo of the numbors on tho program woro 3,111 anI 'fn f Iniul u,OIr , now, tho othor being tho most popu fff ptcdnnro for tho season on inr ot 0A on03j At 8; 30 tho grnnd march was led by Mlsi Mabel Do Long nnd A. L. Wnllaco, nearly everyone prront taking part. Punch was BdrVod dhr lng tho evening. "Tho Baltimore," a now dance was lntroducod This was" tho first Irivltat'onnl dance of the Boason, nnd Mr. Wallace and M . Ollle expect to givq nnothcr In abouf two wooks,, and will Introd'aco nn othcr now dnncc. ' (tli occasion The nuuienco were ns nfr an o iMrelj "Misniouauie ; onq , bu crcr been aeen nt a piny m rnltal CD' it wouiq npponr -n WS . ,.!... 1 jt the 0'irra notisp w- suiub w .. . i..i i.tnntlnir nlnrn nf tin? tMDnui-iiiui ...vvv..0 i Lt world hero thh winter. Sov iii of the urt people nro planning h tike boxes nt tho play liouso nt Ifodocllong in tno nuure. hub whs ilrt Salem a much bettor Btnnumg.in he eyre of tho theatrical world as, on the stage, tho hcxiiso Bcoms trissely empty to tho players wit's o one In tho boxes. It has boon Vned by some In tho pnst thnt tho mti made them conspicuous. TIub rlconceptlon will bo proven- to ho Irons, when, In the futuro, tho fnB.h- L .... 111 lnln 1i. ttnnto lOtlOlPS "III lunu uua Dtaiu, a VMt McMlmivllle TiOdgf. A nnmbcr of tho ofllcors nnd kjirdimen of Sllvnr noil Circle No. Kl. Women of Woodcraft nttbndod lie Home Circle lodgo of McMlnn- fe Wednesday night. , , The party wont ovor Wednesday ktooon In Ynnnko's tally-ho, and r turned Thursday morning. X'10 kilt report a very Interesting moot : followed by an pvcollont pro- ini A largo banquet concluded lie entertainment of tho evening to e who ntteiplod nro cnthuslnHtlc iJoat the entprta'nmont they wera fan ami will re'iirn nn urqont liu itiMcn for the Indies of tiiq B'r'er )djc to visit the Oenllnl C'y, Thoso mm Atiiiouncoiiioiit. Mr. and Mrs. .Inmoi W. Wlllson hnvo announced tho ongngoment of tholr only dnughtcr, Mi's Marguoiltto Ethejyn, tq Mr. Stanley L. Morgan, tho wedding to take plnco on Doqom ber 2. Miss Wlllson Is constarcdono of tho most beautiful nnd popular of tho younger society girls or tho Capi tal City. Mr. -Morgan- Is also woll know nnd la an employe of tht Southern Pnclflc company. ' Miirrlod 11 1 iWnt-loii. On O'ctohor 8, 1908, nt tho homo of .A. L. Patton, Marlon, Oregon, at high noon, Miss Edltli. Patton, th only dnpghtor, wni united In mnr rlago to Robert Stennrd, 1n tho jires onco o IniTncdlnto rolntlvca and friends .only, .Thoy hnppy couplu i loft for a short honeymoon to Port- hind nnd will mnko tholr homo on a farm near J.offorson. Tho coromony wn porformed'by Hay.xlloniluiw. 01 Mnr'on. l"i ' I-:nti'i?nin'l r.lttlp IVojile. Mr. H; .Nl mcy'outjrtalncd n par ty of llttlo fo'kB nt hor homo on Kast Stato stroot on Wodno day nftornoon for Master Emerson Itobliu, who j with his mother, MrH. 10. A. Robins, I Is visiting hero from Fnlrvlow, Iowa. ,Mrs. KobliiB Is Mr.. Kloy's daughtor. Mr. and Mrs. Kloy with tholr guonts, left Thur'dny for tho const whom they will spond 0 fow days. . For Seattle Olrl. M'sb Corn Talklngton" gnvo n theater party to ten o.f bor filondo Wednesday ovonln. Thoy visited tho various plct'iro itlinvi, nnd op their way home stoppod nt tho "Spa." whore they wore served re freshments. The member of tho pnrfy wero asked to moot Mis? Greatn Rosonberg, of Seattle who hna boen tho guost of Miss Talklngton for the l&e nervous BtmiiiLhrmictiwlifnli - raafors have to pass at certain For Mr. Ariicson. KWOJof the VPfirsonme nlinnat. Kn. ir. t a i. .,., .o, lirn n t . . -"" ... ..VWW fcJ- jr. 1JUU lUllUllIll Til. tilit t 1 endurance . and freauontlv nin..nnl .,,.,.,1 i. n mimhnr r im WffiiSwKffiB5 ,a8t Tue8,lay even,nKi ,n honor-of tmme system, until life seems Mb birthday. Members of tho party iueriniseraulo. wore: Mr. ana Mrs. s. v uoio, 01 for all overworked women there Portland; Mr. sT Mrs. Charles Do iriea and truo remedy. Laney, Mr, and Mrs. Stanley quiver YDIAP oiKiiruAunc and Bon Konnoth' Mr- and Mrfa- iiJi ""fl Charles Humphrey Mr. nnd Mrs. tlABLt COMPOUND Charles Ma.tlock, Mr and Mrs. Loula the fcmintno svstem to fl Bect acl Bon- wn,,e- Mr8- Ro83 "WR healtlu. n rmnf nmAM Moore. Mrs. Al. Marvin Mrs. Wm Mn.EHaGrifrn'fParlcSt n-n BqiujeU and douRhtor inur. Mr, Al WMt DenMIofer. . r e no relief r, iPU f P0010" "What H dccrlbed aB being one 01, rMort tter than umgs, occurrra wmum uioa u.....v ... Tnn nf that nlnfn hornmo the brldO vZHZ S,CK WOMEN.'0' Ro!Sr! .B"ie."?n,2! fttatle '.Siund mat la8t Monday even,ng at 6 O'c,ook at roobjAn.i ,.. ,'"J'ou'ju) made ,. . , t.a Kr,,,.0 , 721 Jari "" 't-t''s,nas been the U1U "u",u Ul '" "- --- -- thaWi,f i 1 ' Ior female ills, Hawthorn avenue, uov. ueurB PnffielfUred thousands ol Van Waterc. DBstor of Ft. Dav'd's inj"U0,iae')eentrniilAi wi-i. ri -1 ...., nmrinted. mIbs ftw.J ?u,ninmatIOlLlllejra. aw. n...hnn nuvnA tha weddlnc E PiUis! ! bl kaciff ffWtie wielc. and lust before the ceremony IfetateSJ.ite; Mr. Claire MonteMth sang "Hown In lrdorfwl0r.nervolW prostration the Forest," and "Love, I iW won . . hL irj lt ? ' You" hy onol1- l,e was accoro i ""mi invltao n t. nun til hp nnrllfilG uenion. nt vun SlLn ' advice, piano. Mr. Vyvyan Dent, brother of AriTV:0.!UJu,8 tha bride, acted as usher. . The r0O1Kg were pretty with quam- titles of brilliantly tinted aUtu,mn leaves yellow chrysanthemums and palms, Tho episcopal ring service, wnB read In a bower of the parlor, which was decorated with palnn,, ferns and strands of white ribbon BUBpendlng a pair of white idvel. Tho bride and groom knelt during the bio slag a"nd prayer. The bride wore n lovely costume of white mcssaltne, cut empire an-t trimmed with real lace, She carried a shower boquet of br!dd'B roles. Her veil was draped through her mothor's wedding ring, nnd her halt wns lightly caught with -white Jaa mlno flowers, Her sister Miss Tessa was maid of honor. She wore a modified Dl- 'rectolre, gown pf cream-colored mull! nVfir Vrt'tVltl taMI nti.1 nnvlln,l Vft1lAU 1 chrysanthemums. Lnuronco Hofer, brother of the irldegrobm waq best man. MUs Broughton caught tho brldp'a bouquet, Following tho coromony refresh Timts .wore served, and nt 7:5 Mr. nn-1 'Mrs. Hofer 4oft for Newpbrt, an 1 other po'nt; on the buy. They w".', rfiir'n Ih twn tvnnbn x -nnil will lirt nt. nemfe to thHr friends- nt the home of the grooit'B pnrontB In South Sii 'e"i until tho completion of theli nretty bungalow, on South Commer cial street, i Mro. Hofer Is well known In Salin where Bhe hnj visited frlpndB. Sh. b the oldest dntighter of Mr. am? Nlr. Ernest W. Dont, Is a popular Miurch :lnger, nnl studied muilc ex IcnsJvely In Portlnnd. She Is a hnhdsotno young woman of tho bru nette typpy and Is modest nnd unaf fected In her mnnnor.' Mr. Hofer Is tho cjdet son of Colonel nndMrd. B. Hofer,'" Is, business mnnnger of The Caplfrtl Journal, a Stanford mnn nnd mombor1 of thg Sigma Cld frn tornlty. Tho guests were: Mr. "nnd Mrs. John Krauso, Mr. and Mrs. UytdcoP, Mr. and Mrs. Atchloy, Mrs. M. O Potter and daughter, Kouta, Mrn. A. IJ. Croasman, Mho Ilolpn Wardon, Miss Agnoa Pnrsoni, MIbb Ahlma Haltock, Miss Jean Harden, MIbs Ielen Mooio, Miss Conitnnco Moore, MIbs Clalro Jones Mhs QcrtrudQ Jones, Mrs. Durham, Mrs. A. Crof ton, Mrs, Alice Crane, MIrscb Alice and Julln Dabnoy, Mr. Hollhtor Mct Gulro. Thoso who nttended from Snlem were: Mr. -and Mm. E. Hofor, Lnuronco nnd Flbrcnco Hofer mid Miss McKlnnlo. Congrntniilitbry telegrams wero re ceived after' tho ceremony fiom the1 groon's Stanford frlendi. and from ft lends- and rolatlves .dn other cities. o ' Keceptlon nt 'W. U. The faculty and utudciU body oi Willamette unlvorslty wnB given a reception nt Lnusnuno Hall,' lnflt night by tho niomburs of tho Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. 0. A. of tho vnr-.lty Tho Swart orchestra furnished mu sic during tho evening, nnd an Intor o ting program was glvtn. Refresh ments woro served. Tho reception 'b nn annual affair nnd Ib glvon at the beginning of onoh yoar bo that now students may become ncqunnlt ed and old acquaintances reuowed. Kndenvorn' Koclnl. Tho Endeavors or tho Fir t ChdBtlan ohuroh gave a social at tholr church "parlors Friday ovonlng." HefrcshmcntB were served nnd an Impromptu program rondorod. Tho principal object of tho mooting wnB to bring tho young tieoplo of the church together In n social way. ArtlsniiH Entertain. Tho entertainment given by thw local aiBombly of Artisans in Odd Follow hnll last evening was enJoyeJ by an appreciative audlonco of mom- bora and Invited friends. It Is the cusfoin of Capital assembly to hold an open meeting every month nnd tho ono glvon Inst night fully up held tho roputatlon of the lodgo for oxcollont entertainment. Aftor the piogram a light lunch and refresh menta were served In tho dining ha!1 The program rendered was a3 fol lows: Selection' ArtHan drchostra Vocal BoIo....Mls3 Margaret Morrs Reading Miss Minion Vocal solo.,... .Mr. E. W. Address Assistant Supreme M. D, W. O. Manlon, Eunhoulum solo.... Ivan O Piano solo. ..Prof. Frank Newbury SeUctlon - Orchostra For Walla Walla Peoplo. Mrs. John J. Roberta entertalnod a few of hor friends Fr'dny aftor noon In compliment to hor guests, Mrs. Ran-on and Miss Sacry. of Wal a Walla. Five hundred was played during the afternoon. The first prize wa-J captured by Mrs. Llve-i-ley and the consoltlon was given to Miss Sacry. The house was prettllv decorated with roses, aBters, ferns and autumn laves. Mrs. Robert.' guests leave, Monday for their home. They are prominent society ladleB of Walla Walla, and visited here last, wlatcr, ' The Public Endorsement of Our Mining Properties If You Have Not Read It Then Do So . Tho ropqrt of,the committee appointed by theSalora Board of Trado Ib printed In yomr dally .papers. It will post you on What tho committee found at the mines. Now wo havo their endorsement we are In position to urge you to SIGN UP AT ONCE FOR ALL THE STOCK YOU CAN HANDLE. DO IT NOW. DON'T . WAIT. Wp will try and call ottyOM, but don't wait' come to our office and we will, put you In a poaltlon,, tp make some money. By this time with all tho proofs wo have furnished no ono can question our mines being all wo have claimed for them. Now, remember wo nro talking for tho Gold Creek Mining & Milling i Company's property. Our stock Is selling at 10 cents. Wo havo 17 claims In our group. We havo a brw mltf, electric light plant, o octrlc dr'll In our equipment and wo have A MINING KNGINKEU WITH US WITH A IMPUTATION OF DOING THING3 in charge., ,Wo havo Bpont $20,000 moro on our. property thau all tho othor mines on tho creek comblnod. We havo tho ore oponcd up to ahow for It. Thore aro Hvo grontlcdgo3 across our proportion ,Wq havo 1300 feobof" work done showing tho ore. The smoltor pooplo ask us to supply ONE-HALF THE OHE REQUIHRD FOH THEIU SMEITElt. As much no all the others are required to furnish. Why? Bocauso It was there. Our onglncor told the- smelter peoplo that within 90 days from tho time the road was cotnploted ho would furnlBh tho full 100 tons por day thoy required, and he know ho could do It.. Now don't It look ha though our mlno,s wero tho ottos to Invest -In we aw boost'ng 'Marlon county's resources, and want you to help us succeed,' i ATTIX & BOARDMAN, Fiscal Agents . GOLD CREEK MINING & MILLING CO OTIO HANSEN, President W. I. STALEY, Secretary I Married. t An exchange suggests thnt n good Shclton-lldlmStrom At tho way to mnko a fool of oneself ,ts to Christian church parsonage Thurs-, act smart. day "evening, October 0, 1908, MIjsj n Lauretta Holmstrom to Mr. R. E. DoWltt'B Cnrbollzcd Witch Hazel Shclton, Rev. DavlB Errott official-. Salvo Is tho host salve for piles. Bo Jmct rrtmw will ,tnm Minl linilln In "."i" 'uu Bl u..vd. uu.u l ' Seattle. I ... -... -. Ttnirii t- rrt.nu .lll .hnlrn M.nl l.miln In a"l yu l "' ' " .t.iw ...u., ..V....M v,l..fiirfTlBta i ....nr--" A Pendleton editor liar 'skipped for Alberta, Canada, to ralBO wheat. That's protty near Jumping front tho frying pan into tho fire. HJ-, , More Than Enough Is Too Much. To mnfntoln health, u mntnro man or woman needs Juet enough food to ropalr tho Wasto and supply enorgy nnd body boat. .The habitual con sumption of more food than Is necoB snry for thoso purpo os la tho prlmo cairo of stomach troubles, rheuma tism nnd disorders of the kidneys. It troubled with Indlgent'on, rovlse your diet, let rca on nnd not nppe tlto control nnd tako a fow doioa of Chamborlaln's Stomach nnd Liver Tablets and you will -oou bo nil right ngnln. Fdr sale at Dr. Ston'c drug store. o Tb Albany Democrat heads an odltorinl.. "Albany Full. Wo didn't rend It through,' but- will bet thirty penes thnt It was a mighty qulot drunk. " . Whpso bit lhCBS Ib It to onforco law anyway. ' Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup drives tho cold out of the system through Its laxntlvo principle by a& surlng a trco and gentle action of the bowols. Sold by. air druggists. Oliver Plorce Martin Where Ilullotf Flew. Dav'd Parker, of Fyotto, N. Y rj vetoron of the civil wnr. whnjoit iv fopt nt GottyBbnnr, snys: 'ATlio good Electric Bitters have done Ib worth moro thnn $500 to mo. I spont mm: money doctorjng for a bnd enso of Btomach troublo, to llttlo purnoso. I thon tried Electric BUtorn, nnd thox curod mo. I now tako them as a tonic, nnd thoy kocp mo strong and woll." 50c nt J. C. Perry's drug Btor. Mr. Hnrlman Is prljoctlng two or threo more trnnscontlnontnl lines. Just n lltlo fishing trip for Ed, IIiul n CIosp Call. Mrs. Adn L. Crooin, tho widely known proprietor of tho Croom hotel, vnughji, Ml s . says: "For Boverai months I suffered with a Fovcro rough, and consumption scorned to havo Its grip on mo, whon a frlond rccommondod Dr. King's Now Dla covory. I bognn taking It, nnd threo bottles affected a complete cure " Tho fame of this llfo Bnvlng cough and cold romody, and lung nnd throat hoalor Is world wide. Sold nt J C. Perry's drntg store. DOc nnd $1.00. Trlnl bottlo freo. 'yi thousands Wm Kidney .Trouble and Neyer Suspect it. Trcvjitencr "f Kldiii-y DUtimu, Most people do nut realize the alarm lng increase and remarkable prevahncy OI MdiiryMiBCiint,-. Wlnle kidney dia irdcrs are the most common diseases that pre vail, they arc almost the last recognized h patient and phy sicians, vho ton tent thtmtelttt with doctoring the efetti, while the orig inal dittate undermines the system. WJjnt To po. There h comfort in the knowledge 60 often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, fulfills every" wtkh ill curing rheumatism pain in the back, kidneys, Hcr, bladder nnd everv part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pnin in passing it, or bud" effects foll6wiiig use of liquor, w me or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go ofleu flurliig the day, and to get up, tnaiiy times during the night. The mild and the extraorilinarj effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases. If you need a meluni yon sliould have the best. S11 ) drug gists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sizes. You may have a sample bottle and a . i- . .! mii r.-' IHXJK. IUH IU1 ait I -II nlwut it , both sent free by mail. Address Dr. Kiltirer & Co., Ihng- liamton. N.Y. When Uiottwmp'7UM. writing mention this papc and don't make any mistake, but remember the virw. Dr. Kilmer' Swamp-Root, asd IhgjMJflMM. WKlniw4ew, N V. "OREGON BUILDERS" ARE YOU DOING WHAT YOU CAN TO POPULATE YOUR STATE? OREGON NEEDS PEOPLE Settlors, hondat farmers, mechanics, merchants, clorke, peoplo with br'ntnu, strong hands and a wilting hoart capital or no capital. Southern Pacific Co Lines In Oregon Is sondlng tons ot Orogon lltoraluro to thu East for distribution through t evory nvallablo agency. Will you not help the good work of bu'liling Oregon by Bending us tho names and addresses of your frloudn who aro likely to bo Interested In this state? We will be glad to ooat tho expctiBO of sondlng thorn comploto Information about OrtKOON und Its opportunities. COLONISTS TICKETS will Ho on Bale during SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER from tho East to all points in Oregon. The faroa from a fow principal cities nro From Don,vor $30.00 From Loulovlllo ..HI 70 " Omaha . .' 30.00 " Cincinnati 42 20 " Kansas City ....30.00 " Cleveland ... ......,44.7s ' St. LoulB 3C.50 " Now York . .'. ." .'.... BD.00 " Chicago 38.00 TICKETS CAN HE PIIEP.1I1),.- If you wnnt to bring a friend or rolntlvo to Oregon deposit tho proper amount with any of our ngonts. The ticket will then be furnlshod by tologrnph. Local agent, Salem. WM. McMUIUlAY, GPtiPrnl PaMCllRt Agent, Portlnnd OrOgo. THE DANCE MUSIO OF THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH Is Irreslatlblo. Its solctions aro clear, distinct, tunoful an.l In porfoct tlmo, it errors the most fascinating waltzos and spirited two-stops of tho world's groat composors as woll as tho popular dnnco music of the hour. It la a mil itary band or n symphony or chostra at will, affording a du llghtful and widely varied pro gramme without oxponsd oc nttoutlon. L. F. flAVAGK, UI7 CoiumerrlMl Street. f We Launder Ladies' Shirt Waists and White Skirts Just Right. Wo guarantee to. All of our shlrtwalrts are care fully washed with a special neutral soap, starchod Just whore they should bo starched and Ironed by experts who have made shirtwaist Ironing a special stwdy. We are ploaslng tho most careful drossors In tho city with our shirtwaist work and are euro wo can ploaao you, May we have a trial. t SALEM Tel. 25 LAUNDRY COMPANY 138-166 g. Liberty W., READY TAILORED CLOTHES FOR WELL DRESSED MEN. Wrfj0) c J -AMyril lMW- PRICE RANGE 0 ro 4C riU i) irfi AliiilifTi1f hr Hk