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TIIE OREGON SI ATESMAN, SALEM. ORLX30N.
SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY V1921,
SOCIETY NEWS OF THE WEEK
. a charming home. wedding;
took pfe Sunday at the ho.i.e )
of Mr. aid Mrs. N- ! Winiamu
? MtTtp Mini Hilda. was united
. VVillia,. Hawkins
. Tirnoks Oregon. The uiarnage
it, pastot of the f I nited HreUi
ren church. At high noon the
bridal party took its place n on?
corner of the room, which was
beantiruiiy aecu" .
white .nd woodland greenery. j
bride was attractive la a j
,;, of cream satin j and silver1
lace her beautiful haad?inbro!d
ered' veil fell the length of her
-own Her bouquet was of Lilies
It the Valley and pink and white
After the ceremony a wedding
dinner waa served to tbe immed
Ue members of the family and a
few close friends. The dining
room, which was decorated with
pnk and white was made very at
tractive by a larjw-white wedding
bell that bun from . the ceiling.
,: The bride's cake was a large
white angel cake ornamented In
pink. The usher were Miss Mil
dred Williamson, sister of the
bride and Mrs. Jessie Hartrurr.
Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins left shortly
after the wedding for Washington,
where they will spend their hon
ejmuou before returning to Sa
lem to make their home.
A- "a rarewell attention for Sir.
and Mrs. Homer liaxfr whoiare
leaving shortly for California to
spend the winter, Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. Davies entertained a group of
their jrard club members and sev
eral Additional guests Thursday
niphtj -Five hundred filled in the
hatirsl six tables belnr eniDloved.
Card houors went to L.: W. Atcue
A light supper was served fol
lowing thg game, the hostess be
ing assisted by Miss Lorraine
Ross; Miss Althea Dorks and Miss
Ttie invitational list Included
the following: who, were ' club
members: Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Baxter. Mr. and Mrs. Itozollo Mr:
and MrsCharl-s Farrell. Mr. and
Mrs. C. K. 1 '.arbour. Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Skeels. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Angel, and as additional
guests: Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Scott.
Mr. and Mrs. MIlleF Revier. Mr.
and Mrs. K. T. Busselle. Mr.' end
Mrs. N. Selig and Mr. and Mrs.
L. WM Atcheson.
The Thursday afternoon "500"
clnb and several additional guests
row ni'ht at the public library.
Heautlful slides, lent by the
House beautiful," will be shown
were entertained by Mrs. Eliza
lM'th 1-amb Thursday, Luncheon
following the game. Assisting
duHng I he afternoonWere Mrs.
W. II. Steusloff. Mrs. John Grif
fith and Mrs. L. K. Page, who
were guest or the club. 1
Honors in playing were award
ed to Miss Dorothy Buchner. the
consolation going to Mrs. W. M.
Mj. E. T. . Husselle. Mrs. W. M. I "it !d A ,L,Vf J- ?, .ay i0..
orry, Indeed, to hear It, deeply
Liliiau looked at him quizzical-
Q. E. S. Player Rolls are to your player piano as Victor
Records to a talking machine. Q. R. S. Player Rolls
briiif? out of a player piano much such as never before
was heard. You buy the Best Player roll when you buy
Q R. S.-Player Rolls. Let us play over your favorite
pivves; you will then notice the difference. Our stock
is complete. .
WK WILL MAIL YOU A CATALOGUE OF THE
NEW ROLLS EVERY MONTH FREE FOR THE ASK
HEAR THE NEW
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1'us.hey. Mrs. J. A. Bernard!. Mrs.
O. P. Hoft, Mrs. Walter Huckner.
Mrs. W. J. Culver. Mrs. Frank E.
Shafer and Miss Dorothy IJuck
.Mrs. W. T. Jeiiks has as her j
guests Mrs. J. if. Wlnstaitlcy, j
Missi Helen Loouil and Miss May
Loonm or Eugene, who arrived
Miss Helen . 1'earce and Miss
Dorothy Fearce were visitors In
Portland during the week.
Mrs. O. L. Scott and son Rus
ell returned the. first of the
week from Tacoma where they
spent the holiday fortnight with
relatives and friends.
A quiet home wedding cere
mony was performed Thursday at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F.
G. Tracy. 767 North Liberty
street, the bridal couple being
Miss Elizabeth Creson and Joseph
Zander. Rev. R. L. Putnam, pas
by A. C. Harbour, and there will i iy.
be a talk in connection with the j "It isn't necessary to do the
pictures, which depict the latest j conventional trick with me." sha
and best in interior decorating, j said. In her most irritating man
All Interested will be cordially j ner- "You know you're neither
welcomed. sorry iwr shoched. You never
! saw Mrs. Morton, and her death
Mrs. F. M. Jordau of Seattle is,?1 nteans to you a release lor
ivaiuerine. nut we re going to
main a fortnight as the house urasn mat out. you and I.
guest of Mrs. Henry W. Meyers. ,, ,f ,;r er unusual rudeness Lll
Mrs. Jordan has a largw eoteri meant to anger Jack and dls-
of friends made during her fre-fturb poise, hhe didn t succeed.
queut visits here, who will joint1 ,easl as Iar " outward ap-
"Is Katherine In?" Jack asked.; "Lottarox was telling me that
"1 would like to see her if she j he has been trying. for six months
is." 'without success to get a passage
(To be continued )
lo see the battlefields of France.
"Evidently the wind has
changed. He spent two years try
ing not to them, with suc
cess." Legion Weekly.
pea i sure went.
He bowed to her
What Detains Dicky?
"How do you do. Margaret?" 1
Ihotight 1 uihU.1 an unwonted
tremor In my brother-cousin's
-clc. ml when he bent and
kissed me something he rarely
in welcoming her.
Mrs. J. U. Ltnn. Mrs. J. L. Van"
Doren and her grandmother Mrs.
L. A. Linton, of Minneapolis.
Minn., tpent Thurtlay iu l'ort-laud.
The following Item, appearing
in the music page of lat Suuday's i did I realized that for som- rea
Oregonian, Is of especial interest j n he was deeply moved beneath'
here, inasmuch as Mrs. Adams l(hU calm exterior,
a sister of C. E. Wilson, and be- ! "Very well. Indeed, thank you.
cause or the likelihood Of her j J." I returnd. lookipg at him
coming to Salem Iu the near fu- j an.x.in"jr- l'A"dJou?"
ture I "Mighty fit.", he answered la-
con 1CMII V.
"And how Is old Dick? Kath
erine said he was at an arlation
"A new musician and music j
composer of both merit and pro- i
minence, Mrs. Carrie H. Adams,
from Terre Haute. Ind., has be
come a resident of this city and
her home Is 1702 Division street.
She is known throughout the
middle west as a composer, choral
tor of itln fnnrt strt PhrUtiin director and pipe organist
church, using the ring ceremony, j "Mr- Adams' time now is gir
Onlv relatives were nresent. A en entirely to music composition.
New Bargains Added Daily.
It is the greatest money-saving event ever of f er
ed by this store. Please remember, these are
not sale goods specially bought for sale purposes. ,
. They are from our own regular stocks and vou.
can rest assured of receiving the best quality
merchandise at the lowest prices at which they
could possibly be marked without giving them 'v
What do you - think?
Pure; Si fibre!
Hose for Women
About 500" pairs' of good quality fibre silk
hose for women,;! isle top and lisle feet. These
will sell out fast once women see them. They
are the best bargains yet. We cannot urge you
too strongly to come and take advantage of this
. offering. -' j j. . j .. . :
j Women's Shoes at
You will not get such good shoe bargains for
j f long, long time to come
la black, brown
and grey with
high or low heels.
Regular 'i li.0'i
s.li : i ;
in . brown and
black welt sole
Kesular $ 10.00
rn Black Kid with
466 State Street
wedding collation was served Jol
lowlng the service.
The young folk wiU make their
home at 1370 Norway street.
Hev. II. N. Aid rich and Miss
Certrude Aldrich went tn Port
lad the first of the week to at
tend the concert of the Orotoria
society, for whi!h Cecil Fanning
Mr. and Mrs. William Bonff
leur. who left recently on a tour
of, the southwest, are at present
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Rosenquest, whol eft Salem in Oc
tober and who will remain on an
indefinite business sojourn in
Mr. and Mrs. Houffleur. who
are n their way to San Diego,
are Inspecting the cotton fields
and recently-opened oil wells In
One of the most enjoyable af
fairs of the season was the New
Year's dinner at the suburban
home of Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Brown. Thet guests were charm
ingly entertained with music fur
rished by the Brown brothers
An impromptu program was given
consisting of violin and banjo se
lections. JJrs. George Brown also
contributing some . musical selec
tions. ; Among the Salem folk
motoring over to the event were
Mr. and Mrs. L c. Uonnison and
grandson Lester. Mr. and Mrs. M.
P. Dennis, and Mrs.! Jane Wil
liams. Other present were Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Brown. A. Brown
Joseph Brown, Jack, Tucker and
The largest affair to be chron
icled In the. new year was the
dancing party given by Mr. and
Mrs. Homer Smith at the Illahee
Country club " Thursday, night,
which not only included in the in
vitational list a large and repre
sentative number of local society
folk, but a number of out-of-town
friends, as well. ,
The affair also had the distinc
tion of being the second private
party to be given at the attract
ive club house.. .
- A simple and effective decora
tiv scheme was perfected in
pink and white and. green, with
primroses and narcissi furnishing
a floral motif, combined with the
greenery of huckleberry foliage.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Cat"
tanach of Canyon, eastern Oregon,
arrived the last of the week and
will remain for several days as
the house guest of Dr. and Mrs.
L. K. tJriffith. They stopped oft
on their way to be entertained by
Mrs. Cattanach's brother Phil
Metschan in Portland.
Owing to the concert to be giv
en by the Apollo club on Tues
day night, the regular monthly
meeting of the Salem Arts league,
which was to have been held on
Tuesday, has been given an earli
er date and will be held tomor-
canip. How is he making it?
Does he like flying?"
The old feeling of humiliation
swept oyer me. I felt a savage
distaste for the words of explan
ation I must utter. The feeling
niarta my voice frigid.
"Katherine was mistaken," I
said. ' "Dicky isn't flying. He's
and her publishers are John , makintf illustrations for a.
ennrch & Co. or Cincinnati and
other big publishing bouses.
"Mrs. Adams lately issued one
or two anthem books, a special
book for school use and a col
lection of old-time slave songs,
in addition to writing for musical
publicatlon.3 in the east.
.For years past Mrs. Adams
has been conducting large chorus
es in 'Messiah. 'Creation.' 'St.
Paul' and in lighter works she
has conducted 'Pinafore.' 'Pirates
ofj Penzance. 'Mikado, etc. i'Her
operetta. 'The National Flower.
is one of the most popular, in
school work. In addition, she
has published about 1000 songs
in sheet music form.
"In !thq international 'Who's
Who in Music? Mrs. Adams gets
a notice of half a column. . In
Community Dramatics, issued by
the national director for the
Presbyterian churches of the
country, 23 of her publications
ere especially recommended.
"Recently Mrs. Adams was tha
honor guest at a dinner given by
the Oregon Society of Music Com
posers and has been made a member."
aviation serial for one of
"Oh!" Jack said lamely, evi
dently comprehending my embar
rassment. There was something
else .in his tone. also, something
which I saw reflected In Lillian's
eyes, when I involuntarily glanced
at her, without knowing why T
The next instant Lillian had
swept from her face and eyes ev
ery vestige of expression. But I
couldn't forget what I had .sur
prised in her eyes. Jt was a look
of troubled comprehension, and :
all at once I realized what I
should have known before, that
no magazine commission would
keep Dicky so long. There must
be some other perhaps less cred
itable reason for his absence!
than the one he had given me.
I had no time for thought up-
cn - the subject, however, for
Jock's next words gave Lillian
the opportunity she. desired.
The Story oi i Honeymoon
4 WonderfmJ Romance of Uarried
Life Wonderfully Told by
SALSMtSS kalml. taWag
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lit full krt af
mar itrotxiat'a. Or
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Carta X. mmm Var "C V.
Quite different to -the numerous ad, you hare been reading, isn't it?
Well, it's a fact, we Lave no sales. We can sell f nrniture 365 days a :
year at a price equal or less than others "so-called" sale prices. In
the first place we own our own buildinf, you know what that means;
next We have an enormous stock that enables us tp out-bid others
in exactly the Hem you have in mind. Third, we sell "all" of our
merchandise at cost plus a reasonable profit "And that's alLw . . :
&?&???W?' . - . . . ;a
Consequently we could not put on a sale if we wanted to because if
we sold furniture any cheaper at intervals than we are now sellinx it
every day, we would be working for our health and health isn't worth
a whoop if your're not making a lively-hood. That's why we sticky
to the system of selling our furniture at cost plus just a reasonable
profit This means furniture at a lower price to you and a steady.
business for us.
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WHY DID LILLIAN
. MADGE KOR. HE It
Lillian didn't have to wait
long to administer the "tongue
lashing' to Jack Hickett. which
she had so vehemently promised
in uer joyai cnaaipionsntp , oi
Katherine. . '
On the morning of the second
day after we had followed old
Mrs. Morton to her last resting
place. Lillian and I were sitting
in the big, white and crimson tir
ing room, the coolest room In the
house, quietly knitting. Kather
ine hadn't yet come down, for
Lillian, with Imperious kindness,
had commanded her to star in
bed and herself had carried a
breakfast tray to her.
e both started . perceptibly
when the doorbell rang, sure
proof that we were both nervous
for the peal of a bell waa a com
mon thing in , the Underwood
"By the pricking of my
thumbs?" quoted Lillian, laying
down her knitting expectantly
and then as we heard Hetty's
voice in the ball, evidently usher.
Ing in some one familiar with the
house for Betty was under cr-
ders to admit no one except a few
intimates unless Lillian ; were
first summoned to the door she
6tood up impatiently.
"My prophetic soul!" she mur
mured to me as we both heard
nd recogniied Jack Bickett's
deep tones. "I had a hunch that
lad would come today."
I rose hastily, calculating my
hance of getting out of the room
before Jack should enter It. I
had no desire to share in the
scene1 Lillian was eideutly bent
As she passed me, she put me;
back In my chair with a dexter
ous turn oi ner arm.
1 1 i hi i. . i
I II II II I
ar .aw mrm. 11 : . 1 1
Vr) ti' II - - I
m. T aT a a a bb avam 1 1 1 11 1 1 .
v 'Vjrlfiilf j "You get more for your money at Moore's" . ' - 7 '
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til ANNUUNLINU r-5 . - . . ...... - :
IJAUITONE SOLOIST .
Arnioty, Tuesday, January I t
Box offkc ojcn now
To Anger Jack?
Built to Extend the Fame of a Good Nne
SEE THIS CAR AT THE
PORTLAND AUTO SHOW
JANUARY 10 TO 15
"Don't you dare go away." he
whlsperr and the next moment
she was greeting Jack cordially
en mi eh at Betty's announcement.
"We've been trying to get hold
of you for davs." she said as they
came down the room toward me.
"When noor Mrs. Morton did
we needed a man to se to things,
snd I tHd to get hold of you.
but you weren't at your apart
ment." Tf the unhide of Lillian's con
versation had been other than
what It was I would have latighd
'outright at the Idea of her n:d-
Ins: a man to attend to anything'
in the world. 1 think Jack had
the same thought, for he offered
no explanation or regret st. being
way. only replied In a "shocked
. "llrs. Morton dead? 1 am
Wheel IJase 115 inches.
Veight2765 pounds. "
EnHne Four cylinders cast en block; valve-in-
. head type, detachable head. 224 cu. in. dis
placement. Develops over 40 h. p. on block
Lubrication Force and splash with pressure
gauge on instrument board. Chassis lubri
cation, Alcrnite grease cup type.
Electrical System Three unit, with six-volt, lo
plate storage battery. ,. . ,
CJasolinc Feed Vacuum feed with gasoline tank
suspended at rear. of frame.
Frame Cold pressed steel, seven-Inch maximum
donth channel section. Five cross members.
WITHOUT A DOUBT THE EASIEST RIDING, MOST ATTRACTIVE FOUR-CYLINDER CAR
ON THE MARKET TODAY - - !
See It at the Portland Auto Show January 1 0 to 1 5
Hear Axle Spiral bevel type.
Springs Semi-elliptic. Front, 3G-inch; rear, 51
inch. Kody Streamline. Long unbroken sweep of lines.
Upholstery' Box pleated, best quality of fine
grained black leather.
Instrument Board Walnut, with nickded instru
ments mounted flush.
Tires Straight sides, S2xl. Non-skid on rear
wheels. Tire rack on rear for spare rim and
Finbh Best coach work, applied" by brush and
rubbed down by hand.
1 85 South Commercial Street