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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
:l . jrXft.-iP A") A Jfm -veCn. I which will to to the benefit of I Bit m j" i 'J
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By DOIJHIS S1KK3
wOXOHlNC. Jut cousin. Ilirh
U op CftarUs !;lard Mitchell
JL A bishop nf tin. St. I'aut cor
ferJC or UK- .UPtnouiKr npin
pat church, who was in lortlanl
erice flf tne -'p,ho(iist bishop,
ffg, 4, lrti liro trill I I ii I iivl
wltli charming dinner party
' e.'mrdsr ntKht. Tulips were used
,j . centerpiece for ttrs attractive
dfaner' table whil? vari-colored
gpT.tK flowers w r- ured through'
t 'th house. Among the Ruests
invited by Mre. Maine were two
gagging O. ii"i n"-"-.
Fran It Power and J. H. Uaker,
both of Salem. Those who cir
cled the table with the bishop
were 'Mr. ! Irs J- 11 Haker.
jfirg Frank -Tower. Mr. and Mrs
JA. MIMfl, Florence, i'ower. I'-
J , f r r ' c - -
At the Salem School of Expression
Lda Rosamond Walton
Graduate of Curry School. Dos ton
I 17 Norta Commercial Streot
JJJ Telephonea 1484J
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TUESDAY MORNING, . MAY 17, 1921
WHO HT6H-MOA5H10H ElSIIfUn.
aihtw aw v.
lore: Williams. Kenneth Powr
and Ilalph Karnes.
lollop Mitchell i3 the brother
(f Mrs. 'Guernsey, former presi
dont tM.eral of the Daughters of
the American Revolution. Her
home Is m Kansas
i ne surer Zedo ng anniversary
of Mr, and Mrs. L. S. Rowland
was celebrated Sunday with a
family reunion ror which Mrs.
Stella Cabbert and her brother.
Theodore Rowland, were host and
hor'ess. The honor RueMs were
pr-sented with a set of silver a.s
a gift from the entlrp party pres
ent. Cafeteria luncheon was
served at 2 o'clock.
Those present were Mr. ana
Mrs. J. t. Rowland and on,
vid. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gris
wold. Mr. and Mrs. J A. Farmer,
and George Fetsch, all of Port
Ian. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barb?r and
Genevieve Harbour, Mrs. Cora
Reld and daughter R!ta, Mr. ana
Mrs. Edgar Rowland and son.
Junior, Mrs. Stella Cabbert and
The Or:or of the Eastern Star
will hold one o' their pleasant
social evenings tonlglit, a splen
did program having ben arrang
ed by the committee in charge of
which Mrs. John R. Sites is chair
man. Other members of the cotn
m'ttrfl are Mrs. Engenla Ecker.ln.
airs, it, j. uuiion. Miss Altha K--xenquert
and Miss May Uauch.
The writers section of th Sa
lem Arts league will meet Wed
nesday night at the home of Mrs.
F. I. Eason on North Cottage
street. The meeting was to have
ben held tonight but was post
poned because ot the Edwin Mark
ham lecture last night.
For the pleasure of Mrs. Rebec
cah Chamberlain of Salem, who h
visiting here, her two grand
daughters. Misses Juanita and Al
lene Llneback gave a pleasant sur
prise party Ftiday evening at
their home, 506 West Second
street. Lilacs were used in pro
lusion in decorating. During the
social evening instrumental selec
tions Were given by Miss Juanita
Llneback and Mr. and 'Mrs. L. U.
DaTis. i Mrs. A. W. Heister gave
vocal solos, and a number ot
readings were enjoyed. Games T
various nature were followed by
These present to meet Mrs
Chamberlain were Mr. and Mrs.
A. G Llneback. Mrs: A. W. Heis
ter, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lineback.
Mr, and Mrs. L. G. Davis, Misses
AUne and Jnanita Llneback and
Mrs. Rebeccah Chamberlain. Al
The Woman's Relief corps t
giving a silver tea on Friday a -
ternoon at the home of Mrs F
D. Southworth, Twelfth and Mar
lon streets, the proceeds, from
The Ge-Gaw fish are
5j noted for their perfect
p!5 teth with which they
jjd bite .holes in raw mo-
tion picture film.
5i Tells a Biglier Fib
S Than ThU in
"A Perfect Crime" g
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toul school psoosatp tr Twusctn wcwsrawata. tueuzmi
CSfTOKS AUD FAMOUS AJCTBTS. .
Cantrtiaadmrm lastimtioa and Local Classes
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CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES
Tickets on sale June 1st to August
15th incl usi ve. Limit three months
from date of sale, with final return
limit October 31st. For full particu
lars write, telephone, or call at office.
, CANADIAN PACIFIC
E. E. Perm, General Agent,
55 Third St., Portland, Oregon
which will go to the benefit ot
the Grand army. The public is in
vited. In homr of Mrs. Mark Aspin
vall. MrV. Aivin Von Fleet and
John Van Fleet, whose birthday
annivrsartes are all near the
rame t'me. and 'Mrs. O. H. Crow,
who was here from Moscow. Ida.,
visiting Mrs. A. T. Van Fleet en
trrta ned about 20 friends on
Thursday night. Four genera
tions of the family wtre present.
A color scheme of pink and wbito
whit-; made very attractive dec
orations. Mrs. Crow, who la the mother
of the hostess, left later in th
week for Moscow, her home.
Miss Martha Fergu.-on and J.
Fred McGrew. Willamette univer
sity students, will give a dramat
ic recital in Waller hall chapel
tonight at x o'clock Mr. McGren
w:il give Gillwrt Parker's "Tho
Right of Way", which he has
dramatized. The two readers
will be assisted by Glen Chandler
and Vernon Sackett. The enter
tainmnt is free to the public. .
The following numbers will be
The Rishl of Way Mr. Mc
Grew. Ticklish Reuben Mr. McGrew.
The Lion and the Mouse Mr.
McGrew, Miss Ferguson.
Alice Hartman's Resolve Miss
Th- Silent System Mr. Mc
Grew. Miss Ferguson.
Strongheart Miss Ferguson.
Mr. McGrew, Glen Chandler. Vcr
A Pair of Lunatics Miss Fer
guson. Mr. McGrew.
Mrs. J. D. Sutherland, former
ly or ill's city but now of Los An
geles Is expected to arrive Jiere
Tuer.day to spend the summer
wrth her sisters, Mrs. C. O. Rice,
Mrs. George W. Cavana&h and
Miss Florence Cunningham.
Mrs. T. R. Handley and Mrs.
Paul Warnock and daughter were
Portland visitors over the week
end with friends.
If HEART V
Adcle Garrison's New Ibae Of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
CUT TII.'S OUT IT IS WORTH
Cut out this slip, enclose w.th
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writing your name and address
clearly. You will receive In re
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Foley's Honey and Ttar Compound
for coughs, colds and cronp; Fol
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sides and back; rheumatism.
backache, kidney and bladder
ailments; and Foley's Cathartic
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Services of Extraordinary
Interest are Attended
Salem church-goerB were highly
favored Sunday in their privilege
of hearing two of the foremost
theologians of Methodism, at the
First Methodist church.
In the morning, the sermon was
by Bishop Edward Hughes, broth
er of the beloved Matt. S. Hugh s
who was so well known In church
circles. HI? general theme was
"Comfort Ye One Another,'' the
lesson of Whitsunday which sym
bolizes the coming of the spirit of
helpfulness and love to mankind
The development of the sermon
was along two major premise"
that man must take the spiritual
IWe; and that he mnt likewise
take the comforting life. It was
a powerful rermon. with especial
ly fine music by the large chorns
choir. The church was filled to
standing room only.
The evening service was by
Bishop Charles Burns, one of the
newest heads of the churen. elect
ed a year ago. He was introduced
by President Hickman of Kimball
School of Theology, who was a
close personal friend of his I"
Minnerota. years ago. The speax
er used the general text. "For I
am not man but God." and devel
oped it to show the divine sympa
thy, of the Infinite. He urged a
better understanding of the na
ture of a loving God, to replace
some of the distorted theories ot
an infinite povrer of revenge and
The sermon abounded in dram
atic illustrations. The bishop ts
magnetic speaker, and reputed to
"be a man or fascinating personal
ity whom, it Is a privilege to
know. The full choir rendered
two anthems for the service and
almost every seal la the gallery,
as well as the main floor was
OUT ID ITCHES
Just the moment you apply
Mentho-Suiphur to an itching,
burning or broken out skin, the
itching stops and the healing be
gins, says a noted skin specialist.
This pleasant preparation, mas'!
into a plewsant cold cream, given
ueh a quick relief, even to fiery
eccema. that nothing has ever
been found to tak-; its place.
llecause of its germ destroying
properties, it quickly subdues the
itching. coots the Irritation and
heals the eczema right up, leaving
a clear, smooth skin in place of
ugly eruptions, rash, pimples or
You do not have to wait for im
provement. It qnlckly shows.
oYu can get a little jar of Menthn
Sulphur at any; drug store,, -Adv.
THE WAY RITA BROWN "LED"
"Ah. this Is something- like
Rita lirown sank into the cfcair
the waiter hsld out for her, pnt
her elbows on the table, her chin
in ber hands, and drew a long ec
Mrs. Durkee. Ieila Fairfax and
I looked at her in mild astonish
ment at her exuberanc. Alfre
Durkee and Dicky latighfd aloud.
"Poor little ingenue from Po
dunk." Dicky teased. "Was sh
never in a cabaret before? Weei.
.'.he shall see everything thats go
ing, so she shall!"
"That man walking this way is
called a waiter. Rita." Alfred Dur
kee took the cue with preternat
urally solemn face. "If h asks
you what you want to eat Jus tell
him the opposite to what you real
ly like. That is the rul h(re."
"See the space in the center
with the rope around it?" Dicky
interrupted "Some of the eldest
lemale inhabitants of New fork
will prrsontly give what they c."JI
a dance. The noise I'ke a raspinc
key will be the creaking of their
poor old Joints as they attempt to
kfep t me to the music which i
what Is known as a Jazz band.
Can you remember that, dedr? Y:t
wtu want to tU your mends tn
Podunk about it, and you mustn t
forget it. Perhaps you'd bettei
try to spell it. Come now repeat
it after me. J-a-z-z "
Like Old Comrades.
M'.cs Brown regarded him ston
ily. "Are you practicing that patter
hoping you'll get a try-out la
vaudeville?" she asked. "If so
take a sincere friend's advie
stick to sign painting, Dicky-bird
as a humorist you're aa awful
She turned to Alfred Durke?
with a dazzling smile. Her man
ner had the effect of sweering ev
eryone but him out of the uni
"I suppose I am an awful idiot
Alt." sh raid denrecatlnRlr. "but
I've been shut in an eternity, and
I'm like a wild thing let out of a
Alfred patted her shoulder re
assuringly and I saw his mother
wince at the- sight of the familiar
"Go as far as you like," he said.
and there was indulgent tender
ness in his voice.
"No. sir-ee." Dicky's voice was
full of pasrionate protest.
give warning right now that I'm
both a quiet man and an economi
An Adroit Move.
An Irrepressible burst of laugh
t.er greeted this. for Dicky's reck
lessness in spending ia known to
all his friends.
"Well. I am!" he retorted
"And let me tell you. Alfred Dur
kee. that you littl know what
you're bringing on us. Two courts
oollce and bankruptcy- stare
as In the face. Unsay them
"Shut up," Alfred Durhe- re
torted. "and let us order. Come.
Rita, you're the invalid, what do
"Oh never mtnd th eats, yet!"
she said. "But I'm dying for a
drink. And I don't want any o
your ordinary cocktails, either
want something with a good kick
Alfred Durkee looked at her an-
"Are you snre your physician
would want vou to have it?" he
"I'm my own physician," sho
retorted, defiantly. "Go on. AU.
don't b? a spoil sport. I'll order
it myself If yeu don't.'' He turn
ed to the rest of us.
"Would any of the rest of you
like a cocktail?" he asked.
His mother, Leila Fairfax and
I promptly Reclined. I caught
little Mrs. Durkee looking an
xiously at her son, knew that she
mirrored my own anxiety con
cerning Dicky's course. Before
the two men had gone to France I
had secretly been a little uneasy
concerning Dicky's apparently in
creasing fondness for alcoholic
drinks, and knew without her tell
ing me that Mrs. Durkee was even
mere anxious about Alfred.
Dicky's answer was prompt,
"I've got the seat next the driv
er on the wagon," he asserted
"Got to come to It anyway in i
few days, so I'm getting in prac
"Well, for goodness sake!" Rita
Brown cried. "Isn't anybody but
Alf going to drink, to my return
I could have shaken her for the
adroit manner In which she haa
made it almost impossible for heT
host to do anything but Join her
in the drink. I was sure that she
had seen as I had. the hesitancy
in young Durkee's manner, sure
also that she was mentally gioac
ine over her success. And the
look in his mother's eyes as the
two touched glasses made my
(To be continued)
HKXEFIT OP CIjKRGY
A clergyman who was not dis
inclined toward taking an occas
ional glass, hired an Irishman to
clean ont his cellar. He brought
out a number of empty whiskey
bottles, an as he lifted each one,
looked to see it thera was any
thing in it.
The clergyman, who was walk
ing on the lawn, noticed him and
"They are -all dead ones, Mike."
"They are,"- answered Mike,
"but there Is one good thing aboat
It they all had the minister witn
them wheg Uey passed iway."
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