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TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 23, 102O
THE OREGON. STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
BY MOLLY BRUNK
TUB Aloha club dance (the
largest invitational affair of
. its kind to be given in Sa
lem), will call together local so
ciety, and college folk tonight at
Dreamland auditorium, a group of
club members, to serve as hosts.
It Is anticipated that 500 or more
will be In attendance. .
Governor and Mrs. Ben W. Ol-
V ' Voward real
T food economy
when you be
i - gin to serve
I, .", Dax Monti
rott are named as patron and pa
troness for the big college ball at
the Multnomah hotel in Portland
tonight. The guests will Include
not only the alumni and students
of the University of Oregon but
also those of other institutions as
Mrs. Roy T. Bishop is named as
a patroness for the event, an at
tractive picture of her appear.ng
in Sunday's Oregoniait in connec
tion with the news of the ball
Others named In the patroness list
who are well known here are f rs.
Joseph Rothch.ld (Miss Marguer
ite Kgan). and Mrs. George T.
Mrs. George J. Pearce enter
tained as her guest for a Christ
mas day dinner. Charles Riely
father of Corine Riely Barker of
Portland Mrs. T. G. Hopkins
Mrs. Alice H. Iodd and Dr. and
Mrs. H. J; Clements.
Mrs. Paul H. Hauser went to
Portland yesterday, returning last
Mrs. William H. Lytle returned
Monday from a three weeks' ab
sence, the time being spent in
Pendleton with relatives. the
greater part of her stay being with
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. James Hill.
ations elaborate and especially
beautiful were noted, the material
used including orange spray and
smilax. sent from relatives in
California. A pink begonia cen
tered the table .and around it was
banked the smilax, holly and col
Covers were laid for Mrs.
Say re's son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. J. V.; Sayre of San
Francisco, Caljr ; who arrived
Thursday night to spend the holi
days in Salem: H. Caral of-Port
land; Mrs. May Cashion and
daughters Mary Ruth, and Maude
Helen of Sacramento, Cal.: Mr.
and Mrs. John E.Farrar. Mrs. F.
M. Chittendon. Richard Chitten-
Mrs. Jshn R. Sites Saturday eve
ning, the gathering being inspired
by the presence of Armin Sites of
Portland, who Is spending the hol
idays with his parents.
The guests were all musicians.
and so the program of entertain
ment took on the nature of an im
promptu muslcale. Several other
diversions were arranged includ
ing an observation game in which
prizes went to Miss Gertrude Aid
rich. Mrs. John Meddler and Floyd
Mclntire. In a musical contest
Miss Ruth Bedford carried off the
Later in the evening a two-two-course
supper was served.
around a table attractively cen-
den. 'Mr. and Mrs. Arch Jerman. tered with crimson carnations and
Mrs. Abbe Farrar and Wilda greenry.
Miss May McDonald, an O. A. C.
student, who -Is spending the holi
days in Dallas, came over yester
day to be the guest of Miss Elna
Magers for the O. A. C. dance at
Dreamland last night.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Lead better
have returned from Portland.
where they, spent the Christmas i
week-end with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. George If. Duns
ford and the latter's sister. Mrs.
Delia Jeffrey spent the week-end
in Portland as the guests of Mrs.
Dunsford's and Mrs. Jeffrey's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John N.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Shaver are
in Forrest Grove, where they are
spending the holidays with Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hall Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ross spent
spent Christmas and the wetK- Christmas .with the former's
end with Mrs. Hall's parents in brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and
Portland. Vtrs John P. Ross of Amltv.
Mr. and Mrs. Kaipn Keiiogg Mrs. Albert Gille was a dinner
spent the Christmas vacation with hostess on Christmas day. enter-
reiaiives in roruana. tainine as euests Mrs. R. H. Wei-
. I ICl ttllU . V-. 1IIUUU.
A pleasant gathering of rela- -
tives and friends took place at the Mr. and Mrs. George Hayes were
residence of Mrs. Ruth Sayre, jn Corvallis over the week-end.
Christmas eve. a large Christmas going over to be with Mr. Hayes'
tree marking the occasion. A din- father. Captain Dennis P. Hayes.
ner of 15 covers the following military instructor at Oregon Ag
night was also given, when decor- rjCUitural college.
Those present wfre Miss Flor
ence Shirley. Miss Bruce Putnam,
Miss Gertrude Aldrich. Miss Ruth
Bedford. Miss Rita Clagett. Floyd
Mclntire. Frederick Aldrich. Ed
mund Aldrich. Ben Babcock. and
Mr. and Mrs. John Meddler.
The following item Is from the
Pendleton Tribune of Friday, De
"Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Bennett
arrived In Pendleton this morning
from Portland to spend the
Christmas holidays as the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.
Bond. Mrs. Bennett and Mrs.
Bond are sisters. The Bennets will
return to Portland next week for
a short sojourn and Mr. Bennett
will come here on - January 1 to
become vice-president and cashier
of the Inland Empire bank, suc
ceeding C. E. Wailes. As soon as
they obtain a home here. Mrs.
Bennett will come to Pendleton
where she will be welcomed by a
large number of friends.
Film World's Beauties
Appear in Harem Scene
If you have ever wondered
at the content of ladies of the
harem, you will cease wonder
ing, when you see the harem
scene in "Kismet" which will
be .shown for a run of three
days-at the Oregon Theatre,
starting Sunday and in which
Otis Skinner makes immortal
his tremendous stage success.
r Nothing approacning the
grandeur of 'this setting, has
ever been attempted in motion
pictures before. Dazzling in
"its' coloring from the most del
icate pinks, azure and blue to
the deepest purple; rich in de
'sign of arched ddbrways and
, latticed windows through
which ,may be glimpsed the
setting sun, it is as impressive
as a painting by a master
Dr. and Mrs. J. Ray Pemberton
spent the Christmas week-end
with the latter's brother. Floyd
Parker in West Stayton. the Par
ker family meeting In reunion
Miss Laura Hammer, an in
structor. in the high school, is
spending the holidays, with friends
Trm rnstiimps worn bv the!
laHw f th riarm miffht Mrs. i van eeumger ana smau
v O - - i j . T11 L.at.
i L . W.w uauguier, jane ciizaueiuv ui iur
have been woven rbyfairy valli3t are hoose guests of Mrs
nanus, so delicate are iney in Bellingers brother and sister-in
texture, so silky in their sheen law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul h. Hau-
nrsA o, ; r.nlnWnff rv,a I ser. arriving the last of the week.
"u ov i.wfc. I u,. nAM;nP .111 in rir.
tumes that would improve the vall;s after New years, where she
disposition OI any woman, will remain until spring,
flnrcpnnalv arravpd in one Oil
them; and lounging amid Ori-L JoUy ff " TdV 52
il 1 I I 1 - r 1 " ar i
exitai spienuor anu luxury, mi
lady might easily imagine her
self one of the beautiful and
fascinating heroines of "Ara
Mrs. Josephine Bross has re
turned from a six months' visit
with relatives and friends in vari
ous points in California, and Is
with her son and daughter-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bross.
Mrs. T. B. Jaskson entertained
as her Christmas week-end guests
her son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Pague and Miss
Marlon Culver of Portland.
Mrs. Hallie Parrish Hinges and
have leased the residence on Cen
ter street, formerly occupied by
Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Bennett, re
moving there last week.
club, a few days ago with
Christmas party. Informal
ftions were enjoyed and lai
freshments were served and the
guests departed wishing their
hosted a Merry Christmas.
A Christmas party was held at
the home of L. K. Cochran In
Amity on Saturday. Those pres
ent were Mr.' and Mrs. F. W. Roy
al and Mrs. Lora Convert of Sa
lem. Ira Martin and daughter of
Portland. Mrs. Alfred Cochran.
Mrs. William Jones and Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Cochran and Royal
Cochran of Amity. ,
Mm. Will C. Kantnar and
daughter. Helen, from Everett.
Wash., are visiting at th home
of Rev. and Mrs. C W. Kantner.
and alo Mrs. Blanche Thomas
and Margaret and Carvel, her
daughter and son; from Seattle,
are at the Kantner home, and the
balance of the Thomas ramily will
bo here in a few days.
The physical culture class of
the Salem Woman's club which
meets In the auditorium . of the
Salem Commercial club every
Tuesday morning has been post
poned until after the holidays, the
next gathering to be on January
Mrs. Henry E. Chase Is director
or the class, the following being
members: Mrs. W. I. Staley. Mrs.
F. W. Bowersor, Mrs. F. H
Thompson. Mrs. E. C. Patton.
Mrs. R. B. Goodin. Mrs. William
Stelger, Mrs. John J. Roberts.
Mrs. F. W. Spencer. Mrs. Charles
II. Robertson. Mrs. S. P. Kimball,
Mrs. H. J. Bean. Mrs. A N. Moores,
Mrs. C. E. Knowland. Mrs. P. E.
Fullerton. Mrs. . Clifford W.
Brown. Mrs. Arthur Moore, and
Mrs. N. C. Kafoury.
U OREGON LANDS
OPEN TO ENTRY
Veterans of Late War May
Secure Homestead in
Harney and Malheur
PORTLAND. Of.. Dee. 27.
About 3C00 acres of land In liar-',
ney and Malheur counties were
opened to homestead and desert
land entry to veterans of the late
war on IWember 24 scordlng tJ
a notice Issued today by t'at I oral
field division of the department
or the Interior. Nearly S.OOO se
res of the land, however, ar rub
tect to Improvement work for the
Warm Springs reservoir. Tracts
that remain unclaimed on IWem
ber 2j" were placed available to
entry by the general public. The
lands lie along the Malheur river
and are mountainous in character.
SATS IT FIRST AJO SATS IT
Carrie G. Harrei, 319 Nicholson
SL, Norfolk. Vs., writes: "I'll tell
anybody that Foley's Honey and
Scores Of the most beautiful Tar is all right It did me all the
1 rr-rA T mA ft Tflwt slfl1 IHl KAY it
girls in the motion picture COl- last." Thousands of bottles of this
reliable remedy were bought last
auV Viv srofiil tnnfhera so as to
tists models, were used in the be prepared to check coughs, colds
harem scene, where is enacted ad ront.f1.?"Sf;1
seta almost lnstantlr. cuts Dnieirm.
one of the most dramatic epi- soothes raw, irritated membranes.
sodes in "Kismet." (Adv.) htcp8 "ckl.Ins throaL So,
a i everywuere.
We are now taking inventory, after doing the Biggest Holiday Bus
iness in the History of the store.
Already we find many lines almost sold out, and to make FINAL
CLEARANCE we have put them on Bargain Tables and Special
Look over this list, every item must be sold out. and sold Quick, all
Dolls, Games, French Ivory,
Men's Bath Robes, Skirls,
Over -Blouses, Ladies' Suits
and Ladies' Coats
Watch our Ads. closely, new items will be added, just as quick as we
find any short lengths, or broken lots.
- Shop mornings and avoid afternoon congestion
II Good Goods. KQJJ
Mr. and Mrs. Claire Simeral and
daughter, Maxine or Portland, and
Mr. and Mrs.-R. M. Savage and
daughter Melva Belle of Tilla
mook, are spending the holidays
with Mrs. Savage's and Mrs. Sim
eral's sister. Mrs. C. F. Patton. the
ravages also being entertained as
the guests of Mr. Savage's sister.
airs. William McGilchrlst Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo F. Schmidt
Jr. returned last night rrom Port
land, where they spent the week
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cady of
Wheeler, Ore., left for their home
Monday, after being here since
Christmas morning as the bouse
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Mrs. O. P. Hoff entertained as
her Christmas day guests. Mrs.
Anna Read and her son. Lance
Read of Kennewick. Wash., and
Mrs. Read's brother. B. F. Antrim
of Portland. Mrs. Read remained
over, to return to. her home this
Mrs. Matilda Jones" returned to
her home in Eugene Sunday, nixht
arter spending Christmas with her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. j. w. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Benson
spent Christmas with relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Webb have
been entertaining as their guests
sir. and Mrs. Frank L. Buck or
Portland. Mr. Buck Is chier clerk
or the lnied States district court
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Harris have
been joined over the holidays by
ineir aaugnter. Ml-s AveriU Har
ris, who is instructor In the MJ1
Mrs. E. Weister returned to Se
attle Monday, after spending the
Christmas week-end with her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Tracey.
Miss Hazel Seeley. an Instruc
tor in the Seattle high school, ar
rived Saturday night to be the
guest until Moudiy or Mr. and
Mrs. Monroe Gilbert, at "Iroka
?an." Be'ore returning to Seattle
Miss Seeley will visit in Independ
ence and Corvallis.
One or the happiest ramily re
union!) occurring jn Salem, dur
ing the Christ mast ide was that at
the home or Mrs. E. S. Tyler, at
1587 North Winter street. Eight
een members or the family. were
present. Place cards for the din
ner were pictures or the guests
taken in their boyhood or youth
with later ones for comparison.
Members or the ramily present
were Mrs. K. S. Tyler. Mr. and
Mrs. B. II. Tyler and two sons.
Jean R. and John P. or Riverbow,
Alia.. Canada: Mr. and Mm. E. L.
eanr and two son CedHc and
Averill or Lexington. Or.: Mr. and
Mrs. J. Frank Tyler and son.
Paul or Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Sam
11. Tyler and little daughter June
Ella or Springfield: Or.: and Miss
es Grace, Inez, and Lois Tyler and
son, Vernon Tyler.
Royal E. Tyler or . Islington
nd A. J. Tyler of San Joe. Cal..
wiH join the ramily group ror the
Xew Year's hoi Ida vs.
Coming as a compMe surprise
to the members or their ramily
and rriends was the marriage on
Christmas day or Agnes Miller to
Shurl H. Pearson. , which took
Mace at th parsonage or the
'irst Christian church. Rev. J. J.
A wedding dinner at the home
f th bride's parents Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Gibson was given
Mr. and Mrs. Pearson have tak
en lin their residence at 2S0 Rich
mond street. .
Miss Lucille Anderson enter
tained at the Fortnight Musical
William Reinhart. a University
of Oregon student Is spending the
holiday vacation with his parents, j
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Reinhart.
The Ladies and Sir Knights or
the Maccabees will hold an open
meeting in their hall In the Mc
Cornack bnilding next Wednes
day, at which time all members,
their families and friends will be
Judge George G. Bingham re
turned the last of the week from
Klamath Falls, where he had
spent a fortnight on official busi
ness, and be and Mrs. Bingham
went to Wood burn upon his re
turn, where they were to be enter
tained over the Christmas week
end by tieir son-in-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Keith
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Deppen
entertained as their guests on
Christmas day, it bing their four
teenth wedding anniversary, the
former's father and mother Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Deppen and Mr.
and Mrs. Abe McQween and son
Norman or Kansas, the visitors to
return to their home today.
DRIED RIGHT UP
Any breaking out of the skin,
even fiery. Itching eczema, can be
on'rklv overcome by applying a
little Mentho-Sulphur. says a not
ed skin specialist. Because of Its
germ destroying properties, this
sulphur preparation Instantly
brines ease from skin Irritation,
soothes and heals the eczema
right op snd leaves the skin clear
It seldom raIs to relieve the
torment and disfigurement. Suf
ferers from skin trouble should
get a tittle jar of Mentho-Sulphur
from any good druggist and use
It like cold cream.
Start the New Year Right!
Ly resolving to have your
household purchase Ore
gon products ami place
your next policy in
nr. a .m..r Portland, Ore.
Salem School of Expression
Lula Rosamond Walton. Director
147 X. Commercial
Phone 512 14S4J
Closes Dec 24 re-opens Jan. 3.
Light Your Farm
Buildings with the
Lot L. Pearce & Son
236 North Corns erdxl Street
Catarrh Is an eicesslve secre
tion; accompanied with chronic In
flammation, from the mucous
membrane. . Hood's Sarsaparilla
acts on the mucous membrsne
through the blood, reduces inflam
matlon, establishes healthy act
Ion, and radically cores all eases
IS IT GOOD?5
. Here is a sample of the replies we are receiving from almost
all of our customers in response to a recent letter we sent them
asking if they found the coke satisfactory.
I.iirlil and Power tn.
I wMi to say that I'm having tuuiviially jrd urrcs.
with the coke that I purchased from you. I find it ?ne much
further than coal and holds the fire longer.
It may le of intercM in ynu to know know thai I am an
old heating exM-rl have usd and tested various roaU for
more than eighteen year and I ran way that I am tnor
than vitisficd with the coke.
Yours very trily,
441 N. Front M. F. mot'TY"
Why Not Try It Yourself
Portland Railway Light & Power Co.
237 North Liberty