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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1921)
FKIDAY MORNING, -FEBRUARY 4, 1921
BY MOLLY BRUNK
THE presence:' in the city on
;Vedneday of Mm. F Prune
" and her young ilauKhler. of
Portland, aroused in the mind?
of u lure? number of fr.Ik a mem
ory of the founding of lh- Salvia
Woman's club, for it was.whlhj
Mrs., I'nuie, at that tlnip Mati
lUytnonrt. was serving as society
editor on a local paper that the
lovement to establish woman's
club In Salem had Ita ihritin'n';,
' Other places in Oregon t rite
of SaJf m fir smaller were awak
ening to the need of a club for
women, and wer acting accotd-
l"Cly ?or 'that wat nearly 2
LCTr afo. Local newspapers
featured ed it c rials on fht tu-ed
ot :t fiiiiilar organization in the
Ca?Hfll city. Mbs Uayinond's edi
tor giving ,ler an assignment t
interview; ali tUe prominent, pro
prop.'iivi women in the- city to
Ua.n their individual attitude.
TheKO interviews were tmblisiwd
n rD fx
TODAY AND TOMORROW
TAYETTE AND COMPANY"
Xovelty Illusion lti
."McCORMACK AND SISTER
IVert arvevor or 'ommm1- mm! K"K
The King's Favorite
-GERALD AND GRIFFIN
Comedy Kinging and I'iano, all new
, "CARMEL MEYERS'
in -nKAl'TIFFLLY TniMMED-,.,
nod "THK U)HT 1'ITV"
The Greatest Wild Animal li-iiire Vet
All Children rmina to
Ser T11 K"" LOST
CITY, Today and To
morrow Will KecHve
5 Wild Animal Trans
fer Pictures FJtEK.
ntterwards. the work extending
through several weeks.
St-ntiiaent appeard to be larse
i f in favor tT forming a club, and
50 Riiitine: action to it. a protip of
jl.ont hi ui hcv women ?.a!h
eid at th re!ldeice of Mr. I.
I. t:i.4:p for the initial meeting.
Mrs. ii. U IW'.- n acting a tempo
rary chairman. From then on
!!; 01 ganiaiitiii yrew apace, later
bi-roniiitK a federated club.
Nest April th- Sileij Woman
flub will eel-lrat the .2ni year
if its founding, and tt Is entirely
probable that six or the charter
i;ieberH will In' present on th
date, (or it is understood that
that rntiuhr at present re-?iilt in
A notable feminine figure alwtit
the st:i! house this week i Mr.
Alexander Thompson., who during
the lit I session of the 'egislatttre
aa an active participant in law
luakintr. comin from The liallef;
at that time. Mrs. Thompson
was considered a fore'iTul. bril
liant sneaker, and whenever she
twk the floor, in the houe, rep
resentatives sat up and paid elo:e
sttfntion. f During sessions ' she
was strictly uuHnesM-like. but at
t.ther times she was a gracious,
compani.tble woman, who depart
ed at the end of the legislature
with the members of both bodies
her avowed frhnds. . (.
The members of the Three
Links will hold "open honse" on
Saturday niThf. Rivinj an enter
tainment in their hall in the I. O.
O. F buildiif', the arfalr to he In
the nature of an old fashioned
Ais&i Iiuif Allen, daughter
.f Itebiesentatlve S. I). aii.oi nr
Knsene, is pendin? a few days
visiting with her father and look-
in- after certain matters of leg
islation affecting motion picture
roncerns. Miss Allen Is now da
Iiir puHcltr work In the motion
picture business 'in Poitland. 'eav-ii,-:
the Orej-onian ouly recently
to take up this .special line. She!
h a graduate of the FiiitersMy of
Oregon sch'Mtl or journalism and
n nioiaber Kappa Kappa Cam
ma women's fraternity.
(!en house for I-aur finne. hall
is of paramount interest this' af
ternoon and evening, tne public
to be welcome on the two periods.
From to Z o'clock an informal
re-ption will be held, the formal
leccivin.r houis to be troio X until
in o'cliK-k. v
The Kaphetcrian society was
entertained yeelrrday afternoon
at the homo of Mrs. John C. Fr
The silver tea given at thepar
sona:o of the First Methodist
ctiurcn eneslay afternoon, un
der the auspice of the Woman's
Home Missionary society, was a
beautiful affair, calling tORether
an assent bia ere of altotit Ifl wo
men. Mrs. M. C. Findlcy rpoke
interestingly f the social setl-
uient aetivitUs that her daugh
ter, MHs Mary Findley. is carry
inj; on in New York citr alon
with her work at Columbia uni
versity. The money received at
the tea was to he rert to her In
continnancdj of her welfare ef
forts. Othr offerings daring the
We are now ready with our complete line of Spring
Hats and, as usual, we expect to give the best of style,
at lowest prices in the city. Don't:fail to see our line.
Beautiful line of Ginghams at especially low price. '
Look them over.' r
' . Big line of Valentines. Get yours now
SALEM VARIETY STORE
152 N. Commercial St.
SEEN IT YET?
Better not miss it
"THE MARK OF
They All Say, IU The
Now Playing to
Continuous Show Sat
Always The Best
brato after examinations and cn
ttrtaln Informally for Mlsa Edna
Kite of Portland, who was leav
ing for her home upon the eon
elusion of the Tirst semester.
Mrs. John K. P.rophy is fend-
iun !eeral days in Portland this
week being entertained while
there us the guest o: Airs. J. r..
. . jj
Mrs. Isi;e Hartley left for hir
home In Cove Orchard, near Mc
Mlnnviile yesterday, after spend
iiiK a week in Salem as the guest
r:f Mrs. Mem Pearce.
tr. and Jlrs. J. Ray Pember
ton are rejoicing over the birth
of a daughter, who arrived Wd
uesday. February 2.
Miss F.va Kcott. clrl's work
secretary of the t. W. C A., re-
lurruHl home Wednesday from
Sprlugileld where tiie visited sev
eral days with her sister. Airs. .
11. Adrian. p
Mrs. Knnis Walte Is ppending
the latter part of the week in
Portland, leavitiR lor there Wednesday.
Mis Oda Chapuian returned
yesterday ironi a two week's visit
with relatives in Knappa, Or
While there she was tho gueft of
her niece. Mrs. W. A. Krwln, and
a cousin, ilrs. W. C. boatman.
Mrs. C. II. Fake entertained a
afternoon were readings by Mis? J group of her more intimate
Mina Harding, head of the public
rpaking department of Willam
ette university, and vocal num
bers by Miss Iorlel Hlatchford
and Miss Itose Hirsch. head of
the Tocal department of the slate
Tea was served from the din
ing room, where tho table was
particularly attractive with Its
silver service and orncmettation
in red. Carnations in a tall sil
ver vase were employed as a cen
terpiece, candles Wing arranged
on either side. Mrs. Walter C.
Wlnslow presided here. Mrs. O.
II. Alden and Mrs A. R.' Hansen
being stationed at the nrns. As
sistinf them in serving were Mm.
Alpheus Gillette and a group of
Qneen Esther girls Mirses Faye
Spaulding. Jenelle -Vandervort,
Kuth Wechter. Mildred Hansen.
Florence Young and Elsie Hop
The Missionary department of
the First Congregational church
will meet this afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the residence of Mrs.
John J. Roberts, "the 'regular bus
iness session to be followed by a
social hour. Mrs. S. 3. East will
have charge 'of the program, giv
ing the second chapter of 'Com
Miss Edith Toxier Weatherred
and her brother Albert Tozisr,
are enjoying a midwinter tvaca
tion at their-cottage on the state
fair camp ground, which thy an
nually occupy during the week of
slate fair. Mrs. Weatherred.
who is widely known throughout
tha state in connection with "wo
man's club work and various civic
betterment activities, la an Inter
ested visitor at the legislature.
' Mrs. Weatherread and Mr. To
iler make thir home on a large
apple ranch near Hood Rivera
About a dozen university stud
ents fathered at the home of
Professor and Mrs. Edwin Sher
wood Sunday afternoon to cele-
I Salem School of Expression
Lulu Rosamond Walton, Director
147 N. Commercial
Phone 692 1484J
Special Course In Public Speaking
friends with a luncheon and in
formal nfternoon Wednesday
Covr were laid for Mrs. Abbo
Farrar, Mrs. Ida M, Hahcoek. Mrs
II. L. Clark. Mrs. E. A. Miller,
Mrs. E. It. Kirk and Mrs. E. J.
St. Paul's guild .was entertain
ed at the home of Mrs. Henry A.
Cornoyer Wednesday afternoon.
on the occusion of a regular meet
A silver tea was th last affair
sponsored by the south section of
the Woman's union of the First
Congregational church, being
held at the residence of Mrs. F4
A. Thompson last Thursday after-i
noon. A good attendance was
noted, the money received to be
used to carry on the work of the
Miss Tiernke Kirkwood enter
raised her Sundav school class,
the Ueta Phi. of the First Meth
odist church, the class Instructor.
Miss Beryl Holt, end boy friends
ol the members with a party at
her home Wednesday night, about
50 being present.
The young people or the Evan
gelical church on Seventeenth and
Chemeketa streets gave a fare
well party for William Scholl last
Monday evening at the home of
Miss Mildred Lewis, 540 North
Seventeenth street. . Mr. Scholl
wiU leave shortly for his home
at Sweet Home. The evening was
spent in games and music. Re
freshment's were served at a late
hour by the hostess, assisted by
Miss lleulah Launer. Those who
participated In the gaities of ttr3
evening were Alta Zinn. Frankie
Edwards. Oma Fagg, Susan Mar
tin. Dculah Launer, Martha Bar
nick. Mildred Lewis. Ruth Latlln,
Verna Martin. Franklin Launer,
Wilson Launer. David Korb, Wil
liam Scholl. Linden Launer. John
Bobbins. Mr. and Mrs. ' Frank
Strausbaugh. and Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas W. Lewis. .
The missionary society of the
First Christian ehnrch will meet
with Mrs. W. II. Cabe. 1S2S North
Chnrch Friday afternoon.
Ion. who were leaving that day
for Juneau. Alaska.
Mrs. Lee Tate returned to
Stayton. Friday after a month's
absence Mieut In Crass Valley,
Mrs. Edwaru Peery of Sclo
who recently returned from a trip
through California and Mexico.
-.p-nl Friday and Saturday with
Iter parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Al Schaefer and family fame
up from Portland Satnrday'for a
iew day vls.it with relatives.
Mrs. Swan of Mill City was a
business visitor In Stajton Mon
day. ' . .
Mr. and Mrs. E. Roy aecompan
iei their daughter Ruth lo. Mc
IMnnville Monday where she is
Miss Vonda Sestak. a sludent
at O. A. C. snent the week-end
here with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Seatak rt turning to Cor
. Frank P.lakely was (nlif se
verely cut about the bead and face
Saturday by a falling scantling,
blown from the top of a bnihling
npon which he was working.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fulton drove
over from Turner Tuesday and
Fpent ther day wtth Staylon
friends. - i
Mrs. E. T. Matth!eii.fas called
to Portland the first of the
week by the death of her nephew,
The windstorm Saturday after
noon did considerable damage to
property In this vicinity, straw
f beds were unroofed, tree and
fences Mown down, orchard trees
uprooted and the ham on Joe
Ferry's place was blown- down.
Several farm horses were In the
barn at the lime, but all escaped
While pruning trees in his or
chard in the outskirts of toun
Saturday. A. L- Mack fell from a
tree, alighting 011 his head and
shoulders and sustaining injuries
which laid him. up for several
days. Mr. Mack is past Tu years
old. and the shock of the fall
Jarred him up considerably.
W. A. RiRfT and Wiiilam Nen
del. who owned and operated a
feed store on Third street, hate
sold ont their business to Cehlen
Brothers who will operate it In
connection with their general mee-ehandi-
luslnes having taken
over the stock the first or the
poor devil in the ranks ,
ter deserved it.
Jndge E. B. Parker. u
much to da with to lujuku'
Job in France, und who , "
scribed by Mr. Dawes as " j,
1 ..it. 1
ooiitrn fKK. as an array
will he heard tomorrow.
pected guests a de
layed market order
a tired husband
serve Del Montk
Beans with Tomato
Sauce and save the
We Are All Employers
THE everyday act ol buying the
lings we eat and wear we are
EMPLOYING the people who
hiake them. If we buy Oregon Prod
acts we're helping to make jobs for
Oregon people and increasing prosper,
ity all around.
Let's wake up. And use our heads.
And our hearts. And prevent a seri
ous unemployment problem in Oregon.
Buy Oregon Products
ASSOCIATED INDUSTRIES OF OREGON
You Will Buy
WAR. CRITICS HIT BY
DAWES WORD BOMBS
(Continued from page 1)
eonkln't sell was given away It
was rhearer than burning or
burying It. They pinned one or
thniw medals on me. hut It had a
iamned sisM bttr pone tnsorm
5 Cents a Day'
f iJM A MONTH
Secures the best Tamily aedir '
treatment, which Is '
Hoods1 SarsapariHa !
For the UooL stomach, liver a'
kidneys. Creates an apput. t
digestion, makes food taste r,
More TLaa This j
While It Tnrifies. vitallies and J
riclien the blood. It eradicate,
t a r r h. scrof ala. rbsjmt ,
makes the weak strong. c V
you more real np-llft ai k
than any other treat mit 1
three times the money. Get ILw
A word to the N is snrfki
For a mild, effective iauth
or active eat hart le, Uke iivj
Silk . xv
x j&u y
For Friday and
These fine grade durable all silk Umbrellas in navr,
crcen, red. black and other colors, formerly sold fcr
$1000 and $11.00. For Friday and Saturday
Oar Prices Always The Lowest
Court and Coml Sts.
Formerly Chicago St::t
'Why not "get the best at Tirst
The Store of Housewareu
STAYTOX. Or., Feb. 2. (Spe
cial to .The Statesman) Ed
llaynes and? family were home
from Mill City Sunday for a day's
visit at the William Grier home.
MLss Edna Haider, a teacher in
the St ay ton" school, went to Sa
elm Saturday to bid good-bye to
her mother and sister. Miss Mar-
MAI CASES OF
We Must Keep Feet
Avoid Exposure ami
Kt ljrn Icat.
Who Wants Thrills!
Leaping from high cliffs;
hanging on to airplanes
through fire: under water
and every other stunt that
comes within an Inch of sac
rificing life and limb is done
ir. this chapter play in order
to thrill and entertain you
Just to help you a wee
bit well say that he is the
greatest of all chapter play
stars. He is coming here in
his latest and greatest chap
ter play Starting Sunday.
The hundreds of patrons who are every-day coins: away satisfied customers only
goes to prove this. There are bargains in every department real bargains made
possible by our careful buying.
Stay oft the damp ground, avoid
exposure, keep feet dry. eat Its
meat, drink lots of water and
above all take a spoonful of 6alts
occasionally to keep down uric
Rheumatism la caused by poi
sonous toxin, called uric acid.
which is generated in the bowels
and absorbed into the blood. It is
the function of the kidneys to fit
ter this acid from the blood and
cast it out in the urine. The pores
of the skin are also a means of
freeing the blood of this Impurity,
In damp aud chilly, cold weather
the skin pores are closed, thus
forcing the kidneys to do doable
work, they become weak and slug
gish and fall to eliminate this uric
acid which keeps accumulating
ana circulating inrouga the sys
tem, eventually settling In the
Joints and muscles causing stiff
ness, soreness and pain ..called
At the first twinge of rhenma
tlsm get from any pharmacy about
iour ounces 01 jad Salts; put a
tablespoonful la a glass of water
and drink before breakfast each
morning for a week. This is said
to eliminate uric acid by stimulat
Ing the kidneys to normal action,
thus ridding the blood ol these
Jad Salts la inexpensive, harm
less and is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithU and Is used with ex
cellent results by thousands of
folks who are subject to rheuma
Cotton Unions for men. L.$1.00
Heavy Fleeced Lined I ...$1.50
Three Season Unions $1.65
Cotton Ribbed Unions... ....$1.60
Half Wool and Cotton Unions $1.73
! . SOX
6 pairs good Sox for . $1.00
Silk Lyle Sox, 3 pairs.. $1.00
Silk Fibre Hose, regular $1 for......43c
Work Shirts from .. 73c to $1.25
Pure Silk Dress Shirts, regular
$15 values for. . . 5.00
Dress Shirts from . $1.25 to $225
22 Denim Coveralls.
Tin Pants cut to
All leather Work Gloves....
Canvas Gloves. 3 nairs
jersey u loves, per pair. . 15c
Jersey Coats, regular $250 for. $1.75
Corduroy Pants, best grade $5.C5
Moleskin Pants, regular $5.50, now $3.63
Wool Pants .$3.00 up lo $5X3
Hats and Caps 50c to $33
Good Wool SweaterL$3J3
Silk Neckties 35c to $1.03
Boys and Men's Overcoats and
Mackinaws $10 C3
Boys Pure Wool Suits $7X3
(Here is a real bargain) Some hate
2 pairs of pants. '
Army Blankets cut $4.53
Dr. Denton's sleeping garments, nearly
all sizes Z 3c
Dress Shoes " L
-35c to $1.75
..$3.00 to $3i3
'. $5.00 to $10X0
Water Glasses, 6 for -50c
Gold edge Dinner Sets, 42-pieces $3X3
Blue Bird Dinner Sets, 42-pieces $S0
Johnson Bros. English ware, set of
Good Heavy Overalls
22 Denim Blue Overalls...
. $3.25 1
Laco Brush 'Broom.
Brooms : .
.$1.25 to $2-23
..95c to $2-50
Loganberry and Chicken wire greatly
HOUSE, OF BARGAINS
373-377 Court Street