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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY. JULY 6, 1914.
THREE Mrs. Kd wards will reside at St. Oregon, where thoy will be at after August 1. Paul, home BY MOLLIS EUNCOBN. ARARELV beautiful wedding ccre-j mony was solemnized Sunday uttenioou June 28, ut 3 o'clock, at the home of Mr. aud Mm. Irwiu tlrittith, Kill Slate street, wheu i their daughter, Leauore, became the bride of l)r. Kobert Lee Kdwards, of ! l ortluud. Kev. Carl H. Elliott of f i- iiuttui, iu the presence of relatives aud ''utimate friends. Mendelssohn 's wed- ' uing mun-h, played by Miss Madeline Vance on the violiu and accompanied' by Mrs. Vance, of Portland, introduced the service. I The bride, unaccompanied, was met at the foot of the stairway by the groom, after which they were received uy Kev. Mr. Elliott at the entrance to the improvised chapel where the ring1 service was read, the bride being given Away by her father. j The bride was exquisite in an im ported Poiret miuerctte model of ivory ' intteta with a. moderately low cut - bodice of gold net, edged with gold lace and pearl garniture aud girdled with Pale turquoise velvet. Short sleeves of silk tulle harmonized with a flowing veil of the same material which was! worn with the becoming Juliet cap and orange blossoms. A shower of Cecil Urunner roses and lilies of the valley j Biipplied the color note for the large; improvised altar of pink and white. 1 Low balustrades of ivory white end- ing in columns supporting' electroliers' flooded with Italian rose shades of pink satin, flanked a broad kncling step upon which rested an ivory satin pil? low.. Behind the kneeling step, agonist a background of green,- rose an im mense sunburnt of pink . and white gauze radiating from a largo carnation heart of the same tints. The sunburst terminated in a rainbow border com posed of alternate rows of piuk and white carnations iuterspersed with as paragus fern. Groups of palms at each end of the rainbow afforded a back ground for two; hand-carved, statu ettes upholding urns filled with car nations. A lavish use of trailing as paragus fern, quantities of pink rose buds and maidenhair fern, were used effectively to complete a setting of ex ceptional beauty, of which the bride was the fitting center of attreation. A peculiarly satisfying color contrast was afforded by an imported gown of deep wistaria crepe, worn bv Miss Irwin Griffith, the mother of the bride. After congratulations the entire p'rty was taken in automobiles to the Marion hotel, where a sumptuous ban quet was enjoyed in the private din ing room. Here a color scheme of green and while prevailed. From a soft freize of green trailed long vines of aspara gus, while the four corners of the room were banked with palms, from the midst of which rose white columns bearing large illuminated rose globes, alternately green aud white. Encircl ing the globes were slender wreaths of white roses and foliage topped with lovers' knots of gauze, i'rom each column streamers of green 'and white gauze draped to the chandliers, which were covered with huge rose-trimmed shades finished with deep fringe, per mitting only the softest light. Covers for 20 were arranged at the table in the form of a Maltese cross, with a magnificent wedding cake at the center. Aside from the perfection of the cake, additional interest was rcnbed because of the fact that it was an exact copy of one used at the wed ding of the briiie's mother. The cake was m three tiers, surmounted by the bride's cake, and richly embellished after the design of a Renaissance model, and surmounted with clasped hands and a tiny wedding bell. At the Dase or the cake ia diminutive boxes were concealed, each covered with lovers' knots of satin ribbon, with a wnger ribbon extending to each eover for the guests. After the cuke was re moved a centerpiece of bride 'b roses and maidenhair was distributed. I'pon' departure Mrs. Edwards wore i charming suit of mazerine blue moire. Both ir. and Mra. Edwards are known to a large number of friends here. The bride is a 'graduate of 'the Polytechnic high - school of -Ban Fran' Cisco and of the California state uni. vcrsity at Berkeley. She is also an accomplished artist. The groom form erly attended the Willamette medical school and graduated this year from 'the 'University of Oregon, After a short honeymoon Dr. and A jolly picnic party speut the week end celebrating the Fourth of July at Silver Creek Falls at both the u'orth anil south sides. They returned Sunday night. Tn the-partv were Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Jones ami two children, Mr., and Mrs. J. C. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Patton and daughter Geneva of Macleny, Miss Mati.tl Villi mil, nt flvaimn IS, ah. I ! Miss Eva Cassidv. A merry picnic party left Salem in an auto truck Friday night to spend the week-end at the Newberry ranch near Ahinua Falls. They were chaper oned by Mrs. S. C, Newberry. Moun tain climbing and trout fishing were enjoyed by -the party. They returned Sunday night. In the party were: Professor and Mrs. Frank Newberry, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lerchen, Mr. aiid Mrs. Fred Bynon, Mr. Bnd Mrs. Tom Galloway, Mrs. Hay II. Hollnnd, Mis. S. C. Newberry, Misses Nell Sykes, Bernice Smith, Gertrude Savage, Miss Mao Tate, Messrs. Clarence Newberry, Max Page, Dr. Caldwell, Stanley Ha'r ton, O. K. DeWitte, Henry Kubrick, Mr. Uroiv, and L. It. M. Pierce. . Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hush, Mr. and Mrs. Asnhcl Hush, and Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Clay, returned last night from a week end motoring trip. Nimrod Inn on the McKcnzie river was their objective point, but Albany, Corvallis, Eugene and McMinnville were aldo in cluded on their route as brief stopping places. father J. H. Albert in the Capital National Hank, was appointed bank examiner for"SoirtfcAs . Wisconsin and Minnesota and since then th-y have taken up their residence in Milwaukee aud Minneapolis. Although endeavoring to keep his en gagement a secret, the effort have been unsuccessful, and friends are ex tending congratulations to llou. Hal 1). Patton, upon his forthcoming mar riage to Miss Edith Tidcombe, of Portland. .; Alterations are being made iu the handsome Patton residence on Court street, and it will be completely re furnished prior to tho ninrriano which will be quietly soloiuuized iu the Rose City iu the early part of August. Miss Tidcombe has taught in the Portland schools for a number of years and is au accomplished young woman. Hcing an especially brilliant musician she will be a welcome addition to musical as well as social circles here. Mrs. Ruth Say re, J. W. Sayre, and Mrs. E. Provokluit, spent Independence day iu Vancouver. Leaving Friday afternoon they speut the evening in Portland, returning to the metropolis iu time Saturday night to wituess the electrical parade. They were enter tained by Mayor Crass duriug their stay iu Vancouver, lie has .been a warm personal frieud of the Sayres for about fifteen years. They were de lighte I with the patriotic program furnished and the orderliness of the large crowd. j Wash Dresses for Children r t No hiother will be able' to resist cur assortments of lit tle children's tub dresses. These dresses are so dain ty, so attractive, so durable, and withal so moderately pri : ed that no real mo ther will be ablu to leave this depart ment without mak ing several purchases. Mr. and Mrs. Tom R. Wilson returned from Newport today where they spent tho week eud with Mr. and Mrs". C. W.1 Mrs. Ernest Lister and daughter James. Helen, of Grants Pass, were enter-; tained as house guests of Mr. and Mrs., E. W. Barstow has returned from an David Vantis last week. j extended Eastern trip accompanying I his sister Miss Mirrinm llnrsten to Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Eyre, Mr. and i Windham Center, Connecticut, to be Mrs. Homer Goulet and Mr. and Mrs. an attendant at her marriage to Walter Aiark suitr, motored to Wilhoit Sat-; Autie, Jr., of Pittsburg, Pa., which took Priced 51c, 98c, $1.48, $1.98 House Dresses . . All of our past ex perience in meet ing the needs of our patrons has been brought to bear in the selection of our immense assort ment of bouse dresses. We ha'.c taken particul care to get styles that afford you a wide range of selec tion. The prices of these dainty gar ments are very moderate. $1.25 to $5.00 Vacation Needs Found Here U.G.5HIPLEYC Smf. LIBERTY 5THEET urday, where they enjoyed a delight-! fill two days outing returning last! night. I i Mr. and Mrs. W. Bock, of Portland,' San Francisco,' Miss Haines main several weeks. Daddy's Bedtime Story- The Party . Of the Elves For the Brownies. Th. Elf Then Blew Loudly on a Bugla. DADDY lind a story all ready to tell the children, so lie wanted no time about beginning. "Yesterday," lie began, "the elves lind a putty, to which, of course, they Invited the brownies, as tliey arc nil such good friends. "They sent out their Invitations n week iu advance so us to be quite formal and to be sine that nil their quests would come. In brownie hind, fairyland and anlninl bind they feel dreadful it one Invited guest cunuot ac cept. "For Invitation curds tliey used daisies. To iicb guest they sent one daisy, nnd If the guest was tible to accept the daisy was to be returned with one petal pulled off. if nut the whole daisy was to be seut back, doue up In n leaf, with nil the petals pulled off. "In a day or so after the invitations were sent the replies began to come In, and it was with great excitement that the elves watched for them, mid, to their huge delight, every daisy was seut buck with Just the one petal off. "promptly yesterday afternoon at 3 nil the brownies arrived. "The first thing they noticed was n large circle made of daisies and vines, In the center of which stood au elf dressed up as n daisy. ".'What does that mean?' asked the brownies. " 'That little elf Is the master of ceremonies,' replied tho other elves. "'Master of ceremonies?' the brownies repeated. 'What does that mean?' "It weans,' replied the elves, 'that that little elf is to tell us all what we are to do this afternoon and just when we ure to do it.' "And almost before the elves bad finished talking the little daisy elf blew loudly upon a long bugle and then shouted: "'The potato race comes first!' At that nil the elves rushed for a basket of potatoes, divided them nround, and every one started to race, carrying one potato at a time on a spoou until all the potatoes were gone. " 'The hurdle race next!' once more shouted the elf. "So they nil ran from one big tree to another far olT big tree, jumping over little" hurdles decorated w ith ferns that the elves had fixed. " 'The presentation of the prizes,' said the elf, 'wlli now take place, and I will make a speech.' "They nil listened breathlessly to his speech for two reusons-tbe first be cause they had raced so much they were out of breath, nnd, second, because they didn't wnnt to miss n word of what he was going to say. "He made a very fine speech, too, and gave out beautiful prizes." . CLIP THIS COUPON place Tuesday afternoon, June 16, at me congregational church at Windham City. After the ceremony at the church, a reception was given for the ini- wcre entertained as week-end guests of; mediate relatives of the young people, the E. O. Molla at their country place; The bride and groom left, following a eccross the river. They also have had luncheon, on an extended trip along as their house guests Miss Gertrude j the Atlantic roast. They will reside in Haines, of Goshen, Indiana, and Miss Wilkinsbury, a suburb of Pittsburg, La Verne Cass, who left Saturday for and will be at home after Aukusi first. win re- J no oriue is wen Known in rialeni. attending uic inumauiniB j-hi m having resided here for tho past two' Taeoma since Thursday, are expected to years, anil having been an instructor ' return nome iouay. in the domestic science department of the high school the past winter. Tho groom is the sou of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Abbie of New York, a grardu te of the Kensselaer Polytechnic. In stitute of Troy, N. Y., and is at the present time engiueer for the Natural Gas company of Pittsburg. The Misses Dora and Frances Wood,! to Bull hun. They W.U return of Omaha, who have been in Los evening. Angeles for a year, stopped here Sun- Miss Dorothy Holland, daughter of day on their way home to visit Mrs. J. Mrs. It. I.. Holland, .8 spending tho H. Cradlebaugh, who is an old time month at Independence Visiting Misa Omaha friend. i Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Tracy, of 910 North Capitol street, who have been Mr. and Mrs. Simon Heist, received over thirty friends Friday night, hon oring Rev. and Mrs. H. S. Hornschuh. Mr. Hornschuh returns to Salem, after an absence of many years, having formerly occupied the same pulpit. Decorations were carried out with quantities of ocean spray and roses. Assisting in serving were Miss Louisa Hagar and Miss Laura Heist. . Miss Anna Yantis spent Saturday and Sunday in Newport the guest of Mr. and Mrs, K. M. Howard. is reg- t hia I victims of the. white slave traffic in 11. .1. Iu .,C th. nluwtfi nf Vfll'UII mill II MMV " - .... . - ... the work carried on by the Pacific Coast Keseue Protective Society which . is represented here by Kev. A. J. Lucas Hazel Akers. and of which Kev. W. U. Jlael.arcn, Fred Lamport and Llovd Ifigdon 1 state penitentiary chaplain nnd I'arolo spent the week end in Portland. officer, is its general superintendent; Labor Commissioner 0. P. lloff re- i "ho w'11 present with us. This 1 turned to Salem this niiiruiiii? frnm n I hut olie of many great undertaking! week-end visit to Silvcrton. Personal Mention K. J. Hinchev, of Portland, istered at the Marion. A. E, Laflar left this morning for a Portland business visit. A. W. Dennis is iu Portland on a business visit. ('. H. Howley, manager of tho Nor tonia and Washington hotels in Port land, is registered at tho Marion, L. P. Stewart, attorney for the Southern Pacific hue in Portland, is at.tiinn, wus the Marion. conference AFFECTIONS MARKED DOWN NINETY-NINE FEB CENT this society conducts with a view oi up lifting the vice, shamo, and sorrow strickeu by siu. A very large audience, and sympathy is urged in order to en courage in every way those who an Portland, Ore., July (i.-Tlie suit of ' K'v',nK thlir llvM for aluh 8raml L K. tierlinger against Lloyd Vrunk, a prominent merchant, for it2i.v,l)IIO for alleged alienation of the affections of Mrs. (Icrlinger, whi''h was to have be gun today before Circuit Judge Mc- settled out of court at a of the attorneys on both Karl .T. Axley, who is employed by , Thomas Townsend returned from a sides for a reputed consideration of motoring trip to Newport, Sunday. 42500, d night, and is at tho Mnrion. I Frank settle out of court, according Miss Cora K. Mossberger and Missto his attorneys, to avoid undesirable Ethel Snow of Boise, Idaho, are at the' publicity aud to spare a number of In nocent people who were subpoenaed us Marlon. Miss Klizabeth Howell left Fridny for a week-end visit at the home of witnesses. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hunt and daughter Alicia are leaving today for! the Meier & Frank company of Port- a few weeks vacation at Newport. i laud, was iu Sulem Saturday to spend the Fourth with his parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Albert ar-' Mrs. J. F-. Axlev of North 17th street. rived in Salem Friday night and will' J. B. Lehman, father of U. J. 'Leh-jtho George Bull family near Sheridan. remain for several weeks, the guest of; man of this city, who used to live east I, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Beonton. of Port-1 Mrs. Albert's niother, Mrs. E. llnrst on 1 of the city but whose home is now in land, nrc spending the week with Mrs., At S o'clock tonight in' the Salem Q...U ' :l -i. L V 1 1 1 ..... V, I. -1.1, 1 .1- . . .-i, uni v uiiiiiif icini Biretu. ;cz i crce, Kiniio. is visum? wun nis : o. rtsiiroru or wus cirv. I nnininns Hull Ntnfn ulrm-l n vni v noble work. VICE COMMERCIALIZED. Last October, Mr. Albert, who had : son here. 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