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THE OREfJOX STATKKMA: TTESDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1020.
By KITH LEXOUK FISIIKK.
PROrESSOR T. S. ROBERTS and
MrTand Mrs. Thomas W. Hall,
nee Mary Roberts Myers, were
delightfully surprised Saturday eve
nlng. The-occasion was Professor
Robert's birthday, and as Mr. and
Mrs. Hall and been marrrtd that aft
ernoon they were honor guests to
gether. Mrs. Roberts took them mo
toring for a while in the evening
and when they returned to the Rob
erts home about 1G guests were as
sembled to greet them. After the
surprise was over. the evening was
, spent In social chat and music. In
the dining room where a delicious
supper was served the table was cen
tered with a-small doll brld and yel
low shaded candles finished the ta
ble decorations. Yellow spring flow
ers gracefully adorned the remain
der of the rooms.
Mrs. A. L. Steiner and Mrs. M. C.
Fettys were Joint hostesses Saturday
evening at the Steiner home on (ha
Wallace road in Polk county, at an
enjoyable evening of lle hundred.
The guests were the members of the
Monday Afternoon BrMr club, and
their husbands. Mr. and Mrs. V. M.
Brown and Miss Nellie Taylor of the'
Wallace road were additional guests,
and made up five tables at cards.
Afterwards lisbt refreshments were
Th" local post of the American Le
gion will give a dancing party Wed
nefday evening in the armory which
will be a very pleasant affair for
the dancing set of Salera.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodoro Barr en
ter! aired over Sunday the seven men
and the coach of Fbe Columbia Uni
versity in Portland basketball team.
Th team came up for a game with
Henry Bolinger HI celebrated his
second birthday anniversary Sundsv
at the home of bis parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry S. Dolinger. a few miles
south of Salem. A prettily decorat
ed dinner table which wis centered
with a birthday cake was a a fea
ture of the event. The guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McGllcbrist
and children. Mr. and Mrs. II. E.
A Simple Way To
There is one sure way that has
never failed to remove dandruff at
once, and that is to dissolve it. then
you destroy it entirely. To do this
just get about four ounces of plain
common liquid tarvon from any dru
store (this is all you will need), ap
ply it at night when retiring; us
enough to moisten the scalp and rub
it in gently with the finger tips.
15y morning, most i not all, of
your danrirnff will be gone, and
three or four more applications will
completely destroy and entirely dis
solve every single sign and trace of
it. no matter how much dandruff you
You will find a. I itching and dig
ging of the scalp will nlop instantly.
and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous
glosy. silky and r.oft. and look and
feel a hundred times better.
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Ouch i Lame Back
Rub Backache, Lumbago, Soreness and
Stiffness AwayTry This! '
Rack hurt, you? Can't straighten
tip without feeling sudden pains,
sharp aches and twinges.. Now lis
ten!. That's lumbago,: scisytiea or
maybe from a strain, and you'll get
blessed relief the moment you rub
your back with soothing, penetrating
'St.' Jacobs Oil." Nothing else take
out. soreness, lameness and stiffness
so 'quickly. - You simply rub it on
and out comes the pain. It is per
fectly harmless and doesn't burn or
discolor the skin.
Limber up! Don't suffer! Get a
pmall trial bottle from any- drug
store, and after using it Just once-
you'll forget that you ever had back
ache, lumbago or sciatica, because
your back will never hurt or cause
any more misery. It never, disap
points and has been recommended
for 60 years.- ' x
Itolinger. Mr. and Mrs. James Me
Gilchrist and children, Miss Nellie
Endicott, Master Henry and bis par
ents. Miss Florence Cory of Portland is
home with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
V. W. Cory, for the veek end and
Washington's birthday holiday. Sun
day they were Joined by F. N. Hud
dleson of Portland who came up for
the day as the Cory's guest.
Mrs. Winnie Drown and her son,
Glenn, are visiting Mrs. Brown's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Charldon.
who live on the Faic Grounds road.
The Rebecca lodge enjoyed a de
lightful Valentine party recently In
their lodge rooms. Games appropri
ate to the season anr music were the
diversions of the evening. Light re
freshments were served at the close.
Miss Hazel Downing returned last
night from passing the week end in
Portland with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buchner, Miss
Dorothy Buchner and Miss Ruth
Buchner motored to Portland yester
day to pass the day.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Derby and
daughters. Catharine and Mary, and
Mrs. Fred Collina.of Portland art
visiting at the V. N. Derby home for
a several days stay. '
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Eeast have as
their house guests, their son In law
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Kyle of Stanflcld. Oregon, who are
spending severay days In Salem. Mr.
and Mrs. East were also Joined over
the week end by Mr. and Mrs. V. II.
East of Portland.
Miss Valerie Briggs and Miss Ma
rie Briggs were In Portland over the
week end and to spend Washington's
Mrs. Ralph White and her daugh- j
ter. MUs Margaret White, were in
Portland over the week end visiting
Miss Bernlce Craig and Miss Grace
Holt passed the week end In Port
land as the guests friends.
Mrs. E. Cooke Tatton and her
daughter. Miss Luella Patton, re
turned last night from passing the
week end ia Portland with friends.
Mrs. Arthur Brock of Portland Is
visiting her mother. Mrs. Lizzie
Smith, on Center street.
Mifs Elizabeth Rayne spent a short
time Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Bayne. Motoring
back in the evening with friends she
was accompanied by her siUer. Miss
Florence Bayne of Portland, who was
spending a few days here. MLss Flo
rence Bayne returned to Portland
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Yon Needn't keep on feeling dis
tressed after eating, nor belching,
nor experiencing nausea between
meals. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures
dyspepsia it strengthens the stom
ach and other digestive organs for
the proper performance of their
functions. Take Hood's.
The True Cost of a Corset
Must Be Judged By Its Quality
THE nrices of coneU are high. We are not respomihle
for that But we are respomihle for the quality of our
We must be and we are sure that the woman who buys
a corset of our make, will be able to wear it longer than any
other corset for which she pays an equal price
The true cost of a corset is at once apparent when the pur
chase price is divided by the number of davs worn.
The cost per day of a Warner-made corset is low because
the quality is high.
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and up to $6.00
Rev. W. C Kanter Preaches
Interesting Sermon on Text
"Wanted A Man"
Our Prices Always The Lowest
GALE & CO:
Commercial and Court Streets
Formerly Chicago Store
H. A. Bost, a negro, was arrested.
H was freed under bond of $10 as
hl6 case could not be heard on the
Mrs. R. C. Cook, a waitress In the
cafe, complained that Bost had made
a disturbance and applied to her a
vile epithet when she did not wait on
him. When she pointed to the of
fending sign Bost tore it down. Of
ficer W. J. White responded to the
summons and arrested the man. Boat
admieted to Night Sergeant Elmer
White that be bad torn down the
sign but complained of the general
determination against negroes in ho
tels and restaurants. He will appear
before Judge Race this morning.
Adnlral Sims Is the biggest gua
in the navy.
YOU CAXT BE TOO CAREFUL.
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croup and whooping cough; dear
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Four sizes of cans
to suit all needs
No matter how large your
family, or how small you can
get Del Monte Beans with
Perl: and Tomato Sauce in just
the quantity you need. Theour
cans here shown are actual size.
Ord-r, a supply of the size you
need Ifrcm your grocer today,
and serve them often for their
appetizing goodness their
high nutritive value their con
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(BY J. P. HUTCHASON)
As a part of "All RoUry" week
the members of the Salem Rotary
club attended services Sunday night
at the Congregational church. Did
I say attended? I made a mistake
a small percentage attended. Can't
tell a thing about the reason the at
tendance was so small. As all Ro-
tarians we supposed to be fouraquar
and equal to any and all emergencies
I supposed every member would be
present. Maybe most of them
thought they might hear some
things about what a Rotarlan should
be that they -couldn't lire np to, but
such was not the case.
I don't think It was an oversight
for I am sure the meeting was well
advertised. It couldn't have been be
cause some had to go to their own
church for the meeting was placed
In the evening for that very reason.
Anyway, more Rotarlans stayed
away than attended and as long as
they have a good reason or no reason
I have no criticism to offer. I am
glad I attended and I feel sure that
every Rotarlan and his wife who did
attend were glad that they came out
The church had been beautifullr
decorated and as the Rotarlans filed
into their seats the delightful strains
from the pipe organ came to offer
A well trained quartet furnished
most excellent music and Mr. Gill
rendered a solo In his usual perfect
Rev. W. C. Kantner took as his
text, "Wanted A Man," and I assure
you that it was very appropriate for
the occasion, ills talk was wonder
fully inspiring and his respects to
"Rotary" were right to the point. I
am sure that every member present
will be a better man for having lis
tened to Dr Kantner as he measured
man as he should be. He did not ask
that he belong to some church, but
he did insist that he be a man.
Dr. Kantner pointed out that the
Rotary club would be a great bene
fit to Salem and especially to the in
dividual members. He predicted
great things in store for the organ!
ration in the future and admonished
the members to study to live up to
tne teachings of. the society.
Movies Are Kxhibited
Two reels of movies were dis
played after the regular church ser
vices. The church has a fine ma
chine and a good operator and th
reels were a fitting finish to the eve
The Rotary club holds a luncheon
every Wednesday at noon. Howeve
the coming Wednesday will see tho
program changed and the members
and wives and friends will Ko to the
Cherry City Bakery at 6 p. m. wher
they will be the guests of Roy Wi?e
at a banquet. There will be special
music and good speaking and the-
best of eats. I predict a full attend
ance for this meeting closes the
week and all are expected to come
SIGN TORN DOWN
BY BURLY NEGRO
Exception Taken to Ruling
That Only White People
The sign in the window of the
Blue Bird cafe which announces that
enly white persons will be served
there Is reported to have caused a
small commotion as a result of which
1,500,000,000 Miles of Evidence
Statisticians calculate that Maxwell cars the world over
traveled 1,500,000,000 miles last year. What a gigantic
test of gears, bearings, axles, crankshafts, and the 3,000
other pieces of steel in a Maxwell carl
Had these metals shown a single chronic weakness
their makers would have sufTered a far-reaching penalty.
Instead these 1,500,000,000 test miles equal to 57,000
times around the equator put a great premium on the
So great that it is becoming more and more difficult
each day to get a Maxwell.
; To fill this ever-growing and friendly demand for
Maxwell, 100,000 are being built this year, bringing
the total of Maxwells now in use on the road to 400,000.
The 100,000 will fall far short.
Possibly 40,000 persons will have to purchase a second
To be sure of your first choice see the Post-War
II without delay.
OSCAR B. GINGRICH MOTOR & TIRE CO.
371 Court Street Salem, Oregon
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