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THUORKGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON '
FRIDAY MORNING: JANUARY 2. 1921
T,y MOLLY BRITN1C
THE, Oregon women's legislative-
council is expected la
send a representative to Sa
il in during the raining week to
lobby lor bills pertaining to wo
men, and children. : Portland wo
men have been particularly active
this year in the matter of legis
lative affairs, and already many
prominent women ? representing
various societies and forsanlri
tioms' have 'appeared before thtf
two bodies in ths interest ui vn,.-
Alii "vmao snwnoi ' - ' I
WM III vARII S VU ' N J
The Portland Woman's Re-
Eeareh club, one of the largest
woman's organizations in the
Mate, went cm rwor4 this week;
a.- favoring the bill which call
I ton yesterday w her" Mrs. White
has weekly clashes In dancing,
an adult class of fcS having just
been formed, of which I'r. Clar
ence Keene i president.
Preceding work last night the
f'TOiip from Salem weit- entertain
ed at a dinner by lr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gilbert left
WHlnetsday for a two weeks' tour
cf the southern part of the state
for state aid for the Cedar, a d-, wnlcn wiU ilu.ude the principal
Welcome edition or The. States
man, are leaving for Albany this
morning, where they will make
their home for the present.
tention home for Oregon women.;
tjj, Their flavor can- YV
j not be described in
ll . words. "j II
II ., ' Only a trial will ll
1 1 enable you to realize if
11 ; how good they are.
v Dm. Monte Beans
XV-j; with Tomato Sauce. J j
: ?'v: U 5 '
Airs. Frank O. Northrup, a mem
ber of the club, was in Salem
this week backing the effort.
The marriage restriction bill, j
sponsored by Or. Owens Adair,
has received the support of the
Multnomah county V. C. T. IT.
The union also favors the law
providing that, women .hail serve
on juries where women and girls
are being tried.
Among the bills that are cre
ating a great deal of comment In
woman's organizations Is that of
the teachers' tenure law. Mrs.
George McMath has been in Sa
lem Urging legislation against the
proposed amendment to this bill.
Anotb?r bill that is causing
much discussion is tlrat which re-
rom mends the combination of the
child labor commission and the
industrial welfare commission.
The majority of the women of
the state seem opposed to the
combination which would in all
probability throw Mrs. Millie It.
Tunbull. for many years an ar
dent worker for child welfare, out
of a state job.
Mrc II. P. IleiTrnan (Emma
Hall," says Wednesday's Portland
Journal, "daughter, of Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Hall, left the city some
days ago to join her husband in
Virginia, where he is stationed as
second officer on the P. S. mer
chantman Wa Walona. Mr. Heil
man, who is a Portland man, has
ju.t returned from Spain and
with his ship will leave in a short
time for Honolulu. Mrs. Hell
man and her husband are visiting
In Washington. D. C. and New
York during bis leave.
.Mrs." Heilman is a. former Sa
lem girl; residing here with her
parents, when her father was
principal of the Lincoln school.
Mrs. . L. White Mrs. Horace
, Sykes. Miss Marie llriggs and
Miss Leah Nichols went to Silver-
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Downs spent
the mid-week In Portland, stop
ping at the S?ward.
Dr. and Mrs. John It. Sites mo
tored to Portland Wednesday
morning, returning in the even
ing. Mrs. 7.. J. Riggs motored to
Portland during the mid-week.
iK-ing accompanied by hf mother.
Mrs. Janet Waller. Mrs. Cauthorn
and Miss Inez Fitts.
Mrs. Will T. Kirk was hostess
to the Mothers' class of the, First.
Methodist Sunday school at her
home on South Liberty street on
Tuesday afternoon. After the
usual business session - a social
hour was enjoyed at which time
refreshments were served. About
2" were present.
The Past Matron's club of the
Order of the Eastern Star will be
entertained at the residence of
Mrs. Genrne 11. Burnett this eve
ning. Mrs. Burnett and Mrs.
Marie Flint presiding as hostes
ses. This is the regular monthly
assembly of the club.
Mrs. L. M. Parker returned to
her home in Xewberg during the
wek after visiting at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. J. Kay Pem-
Mr. and Mrs. S. C Patrick, who
have b?en sojourning in Salem
during the time that Mr. Patrick
has been getting out the special
SA6E TEA DID)
WHEN CHILDREN ARE AS
"HUNGRY AS BEARS"
Give them real nourishment a gener
ous slice of HOLSUM BREAD with
butter and jam
Is your .V- ' :
Cherry City Baking
Bring Back Color and
LuMre to Hair.
You can turn eray. faded hair
beautifully dark and lustrous al
most over night if you'll get
bottle of " Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound" at any drug
store. Millions of bottles of this
eld famous Sag? Tea Recipe, im
proved by the addition of other
ingredients, are sold annually,
says a well known druggist here.
because it darkens the hair so
naturally and evenly that no one
can tell it has been applied
Those whose hair is turning
gray or "becoming faded have a
surprise awaiting them, because
after one or two applications the
gray bair vanishes and your locks
become luxuriantly dark and
This is tire age of youth. Gray
haired, unattractive folks aren't
wanted around, so get busy with
Wyeths Sage and Sulphur Corn-
Mrs. Fred Wright and son
George left for Portland Wednes
day night, on their way to their
borne in St-aiew. Wash., aTter
FpeudiiiK a week in Salni a the
guests of Mrs. F. U Purvine.
The Three Links club meets
Ihi? afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. Carl O. Engstrom, -75 North
Miss Florence Davis of P.rowns
vilH. who is here during the ses
sion oT the leRislature. wijlspend
the week-end at her home.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Chapin was gladdened yesterday
morning by the arrival of a son.
who, as yet, has not been named.
Miss Nell Sykes gave an ad
diess before the Mountain View
Parent-Teachers' association , last
night, usins as her subject her
post-war experiences In Siberia.
Miss Lucille Hart on and Miss
Lulu Rosamonde Walton will go
to Shaw tomorrow where in the
evening they will give a joint en
tertainment of readings and vocal
rumbem They Mill remain over
the week-end as guests at the Dan
Miss Walton appeared with
much success In a program Tues
day night before the (acuity and
students at the blind school.
Owinc to several other meet
ings this wrek. the weekly card t
party of St. Monicas Alter soci
ety was hrdd Thursday niht In
stead of toniRht. as the usual cus
tom would schedule the affair.
One other party will be held pre
ceding !ent, this to be the final
one until that period 13 past.
The Wednesday Night Dancing
class of Mrs. R. L. White assem-
b'ed during the mid-week, a com
mittee of men from the club act
ing as hosts. Under. their super
vision a midnight supper was
served, culminating the evening's
festivities. The group included
C. G. Nichols, chairman; A. E.
Aufrance. E. A. Anfrance, F. I..
Waters. O. L. Martin, Carey Mar
tin and Fred Day. .
Dr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mott. who
are visiting here from Vancouver
barracks, accompanied Mrs. W. S.
Mott to Scio during the mid-wesk
where they will remain until Mon
day as the guest of the latter's
brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and
Mrs. S. C. Rrowne.
Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Ross and
Miss Ruth Johns have returned
home from Albany where they
spent several days with the lat
ter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Other Salem folk going dbwn
to Portland to witness the per
formance of Pavlowa and the
Pallet Rnsse will be Mrs. K. ll.
Kitts and her daughters. Nina
and Jean, who will be accompan
ied by Dorelle Anderson. Nina
Kitts has a wider-than-local re
cognition as a clever young danc
observed In many girl puplU when
undergoing a iiuizting concerning
M.nu forbidden exploit. I at once
Interpreted It to mean that there
were .vame thing concerning
Dicky which fche wouldn't tell
Vhn Rbe answered me her
Tone held a calm disilit) instead
of the passionate protest of a m
mi.it f tit'fnre.
"I shall b very glad, Mrs.
Craham. to answer any question
I can without lctraying a con
fidence." The inference that she held
confidences of my husband's
from which 1 was barred upset
my enforced calm dictated a
speech worthy e.f a shrew:
"lt.is no secret to roe. Miss
Falrrax." I said scathingly, "that
my husband and you care for
each other, and it Is scarcely nec
essary for you to flaunt the fact
that there pre confidences be
tween you fhat you don't care to
reveal to me."
"No Wonder Your Husband
I regretted the speech as soon
ss it nan text mv iis. uui nui
nofffnantlv as I did a moment lat
tr when the alrl I had Insulted
snrnner to her feet, and with the
hot color dyeing her proud, sen
'Mve face, flamed out at me roy-
"Oh! Oh!" she choked. "How
can vou say such cruel, under-
.r.. vnlpsr tliiripq in me! No
wonder ronr husband -"
She stopped. panic-stricken,
and the color ebbed out of her
face, leaving her deadly pale. 1
watched her with almost an un
canny fascination. What was the
rest of the sentence which she
had left unfinished concerning
And then I saw a transforma
tion Indeed. As If by magic the
shvness. the timiditv. the glrllsn
ness or Edith Fairfax seemed to
slio from her. leaving a calm,
poised woman of the world, who
looked out at me from searching,
appraising, judging eyes.
"Please forgive me," she said
with sincerity, but there was only
dignity, no abasement In her con
trlt'on. "I should not have spok
en tn von In that manner, but
- - j .
"Neither-should I have t poken I
as I did." I finished for her. "I
trust you will accept my apolo-l
She inclined her head in grave
assent, but there was something
In the expression of her eyes that
disturbed me. I fancied 1 read
renunciation, judgment, warning
in their dark depths.
"ILove Him Truly."
"Mrs. Graham." she said after
a little pause, "I want you to do
me the honor of believing that
what I am going to say to you is
the exact truth."
She looked at me expectantly.
"I do believe it." I returned
with unexpected earnestness, and
knew that I meant the assertion.
"Then let me assure you now,"
she went on, "that your husband
does not care for me at all in the
way you think.' That he believes
me to. be a 'true friend who has
been able to serve him in two or
three, emergencies, who stands
ready to serve him, I am sure.
That I care for him deeply, hope
lessly, you have guessed, but .he
would make Win happier be a
better wire for him!"
look.d at he- with eyes that
seemed spiritually opened.
"I believe you would," I said
sincerely, without rancor, giving
her the tribute of honest speech
which he hnd bestowed upon tne.
And yet I love him very mucn.
I couldn't keep 1 my voice
steudy. ami the next Instant ine(
woman opposite m had seized
mv unresisting hands.
"I was wild to say those last
thlnRS." sbe said repentantly.
"They aren't true. H you could
only realize how madly your bus
band loves vou. and how you
wound him by your lack of faith
in him! Do believe me. He has
done you Yio wrong, even in
though. Hut he is in a position
where he needs real friends for
there are evil and adverse influ
ences surrounding him. If I
mlrht venture to bee of you to
withhold your harsh judgment for
just a little while longer. And
now. please, let me go. I cannot
bear this longer. You can make
any excuse you please to Leila
and Mrs. Underwood.
Her faeff was working, her Hps
trembling as she dropped my
hands, and, snatching her hat
and Rlove. she rushed from the
room and house.
And I, left alone, pondered two
She hadn't explained her jour
ner to see Dicky, and
Hers wag the third request I
had received to judge my hus
band less harshly.
(To be continued)
Salaries of Pen Employees
May be Fixed by Governor
Tlie statute whereby the salary
or the Male parole c-ffiCT and
the salaries of the fir?t and sec
ond dejiiily wardens of the peni
tentiary are' fixd at a certain
amount, will be- amended so the
.salaries may be -changed by tno
governor if two bills urt pas-ea
which were introduced jesterday
by Senator Iicbmund. One bill
relates to 'the pare le efficer and
the other to "the deputy, wardens.
first vie president; Allan B.
ger, or noui aims, second Ti
'resident; ll. A. Dusenbark t
Uoxeburg snd George Zlanrr'.
roan of Yamhill. W. I. Stale C
Executive Committee of
Oregon Growers Meets
The first'roeeting of the execu
tive committee of the Oregon
Growers' Co-operative association
which wan chosen by the. directors
n few weeks ago. met in session
Thursday at the offices of the as
sociation in the Masonic temple.
This executive committer which
meets monthly, is as follows: M.
H. Harlow of Hiirene, president;
Gordon Voorhies of Medford.
AVOID THE WASTE
And the wear and tear cause
undigefted food that exJu,-4
your digestive organs, does tat
nourish your blood, aud weaxrtj
instead of giving strength,
Hood's sarsaparilla is a
did tonic Tor the blood, stonurl
kidneys and liver. It creates a
a p pet I tie. perfects digesttoa tt4
assimilation, secures 180 per e
nourishment from your fooi. "
More than thU, it purifies, ri.
taJize and' enriches the llooi
which U the life of the body, tlz
inates catarrh, scrofula, rbena..
tism..tbat tired feeling and '
diseases, the poisons -of dlphti,
rla. scarlet and typhoid fevtn
Influenza. . .
Taki Hood's Pills for a mu
laxative (small dose) or &a t M
ralharGc flarjre done).
Come And Be Pleasantly j
Each and all to whom the?
presents shall come are cordially
invited to be present at the arm
ory on Sunday afternoon next at
3 o'clock and hear an address by
Father O'Flynn of Portland, de
tailing the true conditions pre
vailing in Ireland, as gleaned by
a man who went to Ireland
Ktrongly' prejudiced against the
Sinn Fein, and who for nearly a
year traveled all over that coun
try and studied the situation in
all its phases.
This is a world question. The
relations of the Irish people and
Great Britain are attracting the
attention of civilized people in all
lands. , The reverend lecturer on
this occasion has no mission ex
cept to tell the truth: and all
mankind should be glad to hear
that. He will tell it in an enter
taining manner, without abuse or
radical claims, asking only that
the American public shall not be
misled through prejudice or in
The committee In charge is
preparing a program - of singing
and music for the occasion and
there will ,be neither . admission
fee or collection. All are invited.
Remember, i at the armory, Sun
day, 3 p.; m. Adv.
er. having received her training! does not dream of such a folly
under a graduate of
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and
itaiivhlcri l!11rni onrl nAks.t.
pound tonight and you'll be de x' .m. 7'
Hshted with your dark, handsome F"'aT.w "
hair and your youthful appear
ance within a few days.
Salem School of Expression
Lulu Rosamond Walton, Director
147 N. Commercial
Phone 692 1484J
guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Van
dervort. Their home is in Clat-
skanie. and they are on their way
to California where they will
i spend several months.
Mrs. W. J. Busick returned
home the first of the week where
she spent several days with her
upon my part,-thank God!
"It is my prayer that he will
never know and yet " her
voice broke into tears all the
more bitter because unshed, "I
love him more truly than you can
Special Course in Public Speaking I sister, Mrs. R. L. llnwe.
SHOES - CLOTHING
Ladies' Ladies' Bed Spreads
$1.50, Union 'Sails $2.25 Union Sails 80x90
Winter Yeights Winter Weights Scalloped and cut corners
V ! s 95c : $1.65 $4.75
1 ; " "r ' t . !-: ' ..:' ....
" 11 1 ' . : - I
',' Silkalene Blankets Bed Spreads
S5 00 Comforter 64x80 78x88
7 55.uu tmipriers First Quality Fine Quality
100ft pure; carded cotton Weight 2 pounds Weight 2 pounds
. , $3.50 $2.50 $3.25
Standard. Merchandise at new low price levels
Black Cat Hosiery at the new low price
R & G Corsets. Model Brassiers. New low price.
Minerva Yarns. Beautiful shades. New low price.
Black Sateen ' Petticoats 5 Black Sateen
Petticoats Values up to $3.00 1 Bloomers
93c $10 50c
Colored Sateens Ladies' Ladies
Good Quality $3 Gowns i Chemise
To Clean Up i Half Price Combinations
Yard 35c $L50 ; 75c and $1.00
Men's All Wool Suits $25.00
Suits that sold at $40.00 and $45.00. Fine worsteds
Shoes, Washington guaranteed Shoes, the only kind to buy and be sure. New low
- i prices '
240 und 246 Commercial Street
Miss Gertrude Purinton. the
resigning head of the domestic
Bcience department of the hiph
school, left Wednesday for Seattle
to fill a similar position there.
PUT STOMACH 111
One lot of men's overcoats and
mackinaws to close out. They
are mixed patterns, some belt
ed models patch pockets. We
are offering, them at prices
Men's Mackinaws, regu
lar ?9.45 now. $6J35
Men's Overcoats former
ly sold for $27.50 now $120
Men's Overcoats,, for
merly sold for $24.50,
. now ' $12J0
Oar Prices Always the Lowest
Court and Commercial St.
Formerly Chicago Store
This progressive store is ever on the lookout for Economy on food
supplies.. After a thorough test and investigation we have made a wonder
ful discovery; a discovery that will revolutionize the entire sale of coffee.1
Kay Indigestion IleAtilt !rn
an KxeeKH tf Ilydi-otliloric
A WIFE V
The Story of a Honeymoon
1 Wonderful Romance of Married
I4f WooderfBllx Told by
MADGE AND EDITH
The first effect of Edith Fair
fax's passionate adjuration and
revelation upon me was a quick
revulsion of the tender, pitying
feeling I'd had for her.
So it was true, after all! Her
journey had been to see Dicky-
uicay oi wnose very, address I
uncertain: Jealous rage
flamed up again within me. and
must have been visible upon my
iace. tor I saw the feirl shrink
oacit as if my hand had been
raised for a blow.
The sight of her evident fear
Drought me to my senses with a
man. Even if what I feared
were true something which my
returning sanity and common
sense doubted t would gain
nothing by frightening her.
So I schooled my voice and face
to calmness, even to an aspect of
friendly kindness. .
"Don't let us misunderstand
each other. Miss Fairfax." I said
quietly. :Vou don't need to be
afraid of me or to shrink from
me. I am not angry at you" I
palliated the falsehood to mr sonl
with the sophistry that my fierc
est anger bad indeed fled "I
am only anxious to find out from
you certain things which it is
necessary for many reasons for me
There was a flashing change 'in
ner race relief predominated,
but there was also a quick, slight
filming of her ejea that-1 have
Undigested food delayed in the
rtomach decays, or rather, fer
ments the same as food left iu
the open air, says a noted author
ity. He also tells us that Indi
gestion is caused by Hyper-acidity,
meaning there is an excess of hy
drochlcric acid in the stomach
which prevents complete diges
tion and starts food fermentation.
Thus everything eaten sours In
the -stomach much like garbage
sours in a can, rorming acrid flu
ids and gases which inflate the
stomach like a toy balloon. Then
we reel a heavy lumpy misery in
tne cnest. we belch. up eras, we
eructate sour rood or have heart
burn, flatulence, water-brash or
He tells us to lay aside all di
gestive aids and instead, get from
any pharmacy four ounces of Jad
Salu and take a tablespoon ful in
a glass of water before breakfast
and drink while it is effervescing
and furthermore, to continue this
for a week. While relief follows
the rirst dose, it Is important to
neutralize the acidity, remove the
gas-making mass, start the liver,
stimulate the kidneys and thus
promote a free How of pure di
Jad Salts is inexpensive and Is
made from the acid or'rraDes and
lemon Juice, combined with lithia
and sodium phosphate. This
harmless salts is used by thous
ands or people tor stomach trou
ble with excellent results. -
Wadhams & Company of
Portland have given us
the entire exclusive agen
cy on Diamond W. Coffee
a coffee packed in a
newly patented contain
er. - Instead of packing
Coffee in a fancy tin can
these Manufacturers have
patented a fibre contain
er that will save at least
10c per; pound on every
pound of Coffee you buy.
They do not try to save
you on the quality cf the
Coffee but rather on the
cost of the container.
Diamond W. Coffee will
stand up against all
brands. We have put our
name behind this Coffee
and we want you to ccxne
in on Saturday and try a
free cup of hot coffee
made with Diamond W. Coffee. Keep in mind that the fancy tin usually
bought with Coffee is thrown into the garbage can as soon as you have
used the Coffee, thereby making the extra charge for the pretty can a
complete loss to you directly.
The can is the reason for the price. Watch oar announcement tomorrow
for free offer of Diamond W. Coffee.
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