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SECOND NEWS SECTION I rffi rf i
Society, Editorial, Features, General Ilea
and Classified -
SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, if 920
FRICK: FIVE CENTS
BY MOLLY BRUNK
THE following item taken from
the Vancouver Sun, Vancou
ver, B. C. will -be of much
interest to friends of Miss Laura
Grant, inasmuch as Miss Eileen
Robertson, child pianist, spoken of
, is a former pupil of Miss I .aura
"The recital given on Tuesday
evening by the students of the
Canadian Conservatory of Music
.and Art was of an unusually high
order and showed that the teach-j
ers in every branch must be mas
ters of detail. Every item was
Laugh & Grow Fat
; Fatty Arbuckle
given by the Independent Tele-covers tonishl and will be hosts at
fiiwux; luuimnfH oi wregon. at me
rendered with such artistic effect
that one was apt to let their minds
wander to the concert platform
and to forget that they were lis
tening to students, some of whom
have not jet completed their first
year's course at the conservatory.
!"Mhs Elieen; Robertson, child
pianist, who has won the bronze
and silver medals at the conserva
tory, thrilled her hearers with her
interpretation of Liszt's "Rigo
letto." "La Kileuse'" Kaff, and
"Bourne," by Bach."
Dr. and Mrs. Henry E. Chase
leave this morning for Seattle,!
where they will pass a fortnight 1
with their son-in-law and daugh
ter, aProf. and Mrs. Fred W. Cat
lett.'" They will return borne Jan
Mr. and Mrs." E. T. Busselle
and their sons Earl and Elbert
went to Portland, where they will
remain until Christmas, stopping
at the Portland hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Hussello and Mr.
and Mrs. Guy M. Harris spent the
greater part of last week in Port
land, where Saturday night they
were guests at a large banquet
Portland hotel, and which was at
tended by telephone company of
ficials and their wives from all
over the state.
Miss Dollye Morell of Vancou
ver. Wash., and A. M. Anderson
win arrive me last or tne week to; young son
oe innsimas guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. McElvain.
Mrs. F. W. Cook, president of
the local tent of the Daughters of
Veterans, Mrsj, CM. Lock wood
and Miss Julia "Webster, members
of the organization, will go to
Portland tomorrow . to attend a
meeting of the Portland tent, at
which time Mrs. Cook will offici
ally inspect the work of the Port
Mrs. Mary L. Xewland of Ash
land arrived yesterday and will bej
Hagar for over Christmas. Mrs. tl',ay lnUrn
Hagar will also be joined over the!
Bllid W3t lrtftlv Itialifi.'.! Inia1 I. -it.. ....t,,.n ,1. . . It . ...l i t . . . w . --r tn ! r n .f V
i similar affair Saturday evening.! al-o that th affection I had fort was a .i.ei Lil kind, mad, n. ordr .... . .... ..... , .-n. : hr rhek asaint mr hair.
ner would stand a much Mrong.-rj and the plate.-t destroyed by a pa-i . ,
train than the words of caustic! i-r manufariurr. friend (lf?'"i "'""''
criticism sne had given me. Hnf'J
me iauer 10 De in in nature 01 a
family gathering those present to
include MisH Veva Smith, who Is
home Trom O. A. C. for the holi
Mr. and Mrs. James Teed and
Jay. of Portland, will
come up tomorrow to remain over
the week-end with Mrs. ' Teed's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Delano.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wright of
Portland and Mr. and Mrs. C. E
eiven me. inn Harry's iiht to ratify a wrim of
the mental whipping had been t'j bis one ('hriMma to Rive m'
recent for m? to smile sweetly a.-a sotnethinx uninue. I lav kent i
yet upon the administrator. it -in a little Irwked dk whirh;
Yet I didn't wish Lillian "lol Kid hn mad- sn.M-iallv 10 hold!
think me resentful. I rar-ked inyHU. with the kev on mv kr rina. ,
Harry ' probably had a duplicate;
"So matttr what he had." I re-!
turned emphatically. l don't b- !
lieve he forged that note. He lj
She lif.r--d hr arm anard me.
"Iton't brw1 ovrr what I aI4
If'nntinnrd en pac 2)
orains to find sjme subject off
conversation which would averts
ner thoughts from my personal!
emotions. I found it ready toj
hand, and with it the onuortnnltvj
to prove to her that I was ready'Jhad enough, but that isn't lik'
Lake of St. Heltns. Ore., are ex- p"'ni my own theories. him. Ami as for thf-re binx no,
pected to arrive the last of the "Tell me." said, "why yon area h.mcj' of any one -lse yon for-:
week to remain until Monday ast" BMre tnal Mr- !nderwood eet jour friend. Mis P.rc. ibei
the. guests of Mr and Mrs A T f?rRe ,nal note? It surely ( un-l.-iKl-d nure." J
Woolpert. , "'wo,,,' ave ben the height of 3 Lilll ni started prwfitiMy. and
1 muiiiiuv ur nun 10 come nere fi'icr ;i lonit. silnt inonunt Put I
after the ruse hn.l surree(.-i." ghr band over mine. j
' f'l.ibi." sh- said. 1 b-li-vei
you're rifcht. .She was c!tvr i
notiph to turn the trick. Off
Pv,iirss sh. dida't forge the note.,
1 . r . . . . . ...
fcnr sail ix iniro !! IijTJ. I'H
Mrs. T. Tt. Sheldon, art instruc
tor in the public schools will leave
Thursday fpr her home at Park
Place, near Portland, where she
will join Dr. Sheldon over the hpl-
I have to tell
U 11 . I :
Christmas Gifts for,
Electrical Gifts preserve that air of refinement
and are prized additions to milady's dressing table.
A - few suggestions vibrators, curling tongs,
CQmbs, boudoir irons, boudoir lamps all of hand
some design and beautiful finish. ;j;
Come to our store for your Christmas Gifts;
PORTLAND RAILWAY" LIGHT & POWER CO.'
I time by her son. Harold Hagar.
who is identified with Hie bank of
Miss Beryl Holt and her small
sister, Virginia will go to Albany
tomorrow to aueqa the wedding
of Miss Madeline Rawlings and
Jack W. Nash, which will take
place today. Both Salem attend
ants will assist at the event.
The postponed .meeting of the
Woman's Home Missionary socie
ty of the Jason Lee Memorial
church will meet this afternoon at
the residence or Mrs." F. Drake,
1912 Twelfth street. This will be
the quarterly tea. . .
The O. A. C. club's Christmas
party tonight at the Commercial
club is of paramount Interest and
importance on the mid-week pro
jgram and will call together a large
j Mrs. J. W Shantz will go to
'.Portland the last of the week to
remain over the week-end
her daughter. Mrs. Jesse Reese
number of former students and
j i . ..
Dainty, exquisite underlings are one of the most ac
ceptable gifts one is privileged to give. That which
e are showing this month is so unusually lovery that
it will be the perfect remembrance. Many a man will
choose this for his wife while it is certain of being
the gift for the Christmas Brides.
Included in our stocks are
ENVELOPES priced at.-...
COMBINATIONS priced at....
GOWNS priced at. -
CAMISOLES priced at.-
BOUDOIR SKIRTS priced at.
...$4.98 to $ 7.50
The Happiest givers "will-be those who follow the
PAY AS YOU GO plan.
Merchandise 1 r Prices
Mr.- and Mrs. W. C. Young will
be joined over the holidays by
their sons, Ralph W. Young of
San Francisco, and Miles B.
Young- of Klamath Falls, who
will arrive today or tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Nadon and
their small son Eugene of Harris
burg are expetced to come up from
Harrisburr tomorrow to spend
I Christmas and New .Year with
Mrs. Nadon' parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Eckerlen Sr.
A few close friends of Mrs.. L.
H. Bowerman called at her resi
dence Friday afternoon to assist
her .in celebrating her birthday.
In the group were Rev. and Mrs.
L G. Lee, Mrs. S. . Oliver, Mrs. J.
J". Krapps, Mrs. J. J. Nunn, Mrsi
W. W. Rosebraogh,' Mrs. Marr
Mnlkey, 'Jfrs. Mary E. U. Wooten,
Mrs. Dttmars, Mrs. S. Wortman,
Dr. Mary Purvine, and her chil
dren Margaret, Helen and Ralph.
Mrs. Albert Schmeudterfand two
small daughters of' Clatskaine.
will arrive the last of the week to
remain over. the holidays with Mr.
and Mrs. D. D. Olmstead.
Alfred Oliver, an instructor, in
the department of. animal hus
bandry, at Oregon Agricultural
college, will spend the Christmas
vacation with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. S. .Oliver, arriving Friday.
Mjss Lita Waters, an instructor
in the Grants Pass schools arirved
Saturday and is tne guest of her
mother, Mrs. Lena Waters during
the holidays. Next week Miss
Waters will go to Portland to at
tend the Teachers institute.
The meeting: of the Mothers'
club of the Y. W. C. A. which was
to have been held tomorrow, has
been postponed until the second
Thursday in January, owing to the
provimity of the Christmas holi
day. , "
Mr. and Mrs. Guy O. Smith and
their children plan to spend
Christmas with the formers sister
Mrs. G. H. Thompson at Pratum.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Cronse
leave the last of the week for Van-j
couver. Wash., where they wni
spend a fortnight with their son-in-law
and daughter. Dr. and Mrs.
Thomas Rererick. '
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Vandervott
have with them as their house
guests until after the, holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sheeler and
their two children, and Miss May
Fredtrick, all of Strome, Alberta,
Canada, who arrived Friday.
, A group of friends of Mr. and
.Mrs. E. A. Aufranco were enter
tained at their suburban residence
recently, at an enjoyable evening
of "500" the hign'score falling to
O, L. Martin, and the consolation
goimr to Mrs. Ernest Bowen.
Later a light supper was served.
Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. O. L. Martin. Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. h.. A.
McElvain. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Au
france. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dra
per. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dennis.
Edna Aufrance. Emil Anfrance,
Thelma Martin, Hazel Martin.
Glenn Drager. Yvonne Aufrance.
Mrs. Mark Hathaway and small
daughter, Janez returned Satur
day nfght from Portland, where
they spent a fortnight as th
bouse guests of Mrs. Hathaway's
sister, Mrs. Victor Dickey.
Armin Sites will arrive tomor
row to spend the Christmas week
end with his parents. Dr. and Mrs.
John R. Sites.
Mrs. Herbert Nunn returned
last night from a several day's
stay In Portland.
Mr. and Mrs; W. M. Smith are
entertaining with a dinner of ten
The Story oi a Honeymoon
A Wonderfal Romance of Bburled
Life WoBderfsdly Told by
WHAT LILLIAN'S APOLOGY
BROrnilT TO MADGE.
Lillian turned her head . and
looked at me fixedly. The glar
of the street lights etched her
fine, strong features against the
dusky background of the taxi. Her
eyes were no loiger angry, but
thoughtful, appraising. Then the
ghost of a twinkle crept Into
"I'm glad you've come to your
senses, Madge." she said. whll
I stared in astonishment at. her
astonishment. , Lillian- always
does the unexpected thing, and
never in my life will I get used
"Of course, I owe you an apol
ogy." she went , on. "I simply
went Berserk at the thought of
Harry's playing me a trick like
that. And then to have you do
the sympathetic stunt "
She stropped as if in inability
to express her -own anger. '
"But jail this Is beside the main
point," she went on. dismissing
her 'husband and his errors
abruptly. 'You've realized at
last what I've been hoping you'd
see for' months. I knew I'd have
to give you a jolt of some kind,
but truly I didn't mean to do it
"Do forgive me for speaking1 to
you the way I did, but do you
realize that your own mental at
titude has been at fault? That,
for instance, if (Catherine had
been in your ..place tonight I
should never' have dared to speak
to her in the tone and manner I'
used to you?'
"Keep That Up.
She was turning the knife In
the wound. I realized the probe
was necessary, but I made up my
mind that never in my life again
would it be necessary for me to
undergo a similar operation in
mental surgery; H
"I don't think yon will ever
have reason to complain of that
particular mental attitude again."
I said dryly, and at my ton Lil
"That's the trick!" she said ap
provingly." "Keep that op and
you'll find half your troubles do
ing tb,e regular dew-before-tbe-niorning-suir-stunt."
"Thank you." I returned, and
the same. . lack . of enthusiasm
sounded in my voice.
I knew that what Lillian had
"How often will
you that Harry Is
oiit Lillian retorted impatient-
1 ly. "He was probably oblired to
i write. the note, for no one else
-111. 1 - " "Ki " r f'-
I Ihif nnl.n.iia, I .. i. .1 1 .
"at it over there as soon a he
had done his part in order to lielf,
yoit in any way he Could. The
different agents don't know each
other, you know, so he probably
ihougnt he could, pull the stunt
undetected. Ha always was a
"Hut I lell you he was intoxi
cated when he came inlo the sta-H
iron, ami never noticed nie until r
I spoknto him." I persisted. "Be
sides, when the chauffeur showt-d
a badge and said he was a service
agent. Mr. I'nderwood promptly
displayed a similar one. and thus
made the chauffeur give un his
"What's that?"-Lillian inter- ?J
poseil sharply. t
relate! tne incident of the
two badges at more length, dwell- t
ing upon me evident enmity which
the dinplavine of Mr. tnderwoo1'
badge aroused in the breast of the 3
Salem School of Expression
Lulu Rosamond Walton. Director
147 N. Comroerrlal
Thone CSS 1484J
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voice which told
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