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SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1921
PRICE : FIVE CENTS
By MJLRGUERITE GLEESON
OLLEGB students are throng-
lug home for'theThankSgiv
. in holidays. Both the Ore
gon Agricultural college and the
University of Oregon have vaca
tion from Wednesday until Mon
Ml8 Dorothy, Tatterson, fresh
man at Oregon Agricultural col
lege will spend the holidays with
her mother, Mrs. Edward Gray
Patterson. Miss Jeanette Meri
dith will return today for Thanks
giving with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Merldith. Miss Ber
nlce Bright ot The Dalles wiU ac
company her for the day. They
are both students at O.A.C.
'Miss Catherine Barhyte, accom
panied by Miss Dorothy Turner
and Miss Joyce Turner of Ontario,
Ore., arrived last night and will
spend .the .holidays with Miss Bar
hyte's parents, Mr., and Mrs. C. D.
Barhyte. They are students at
Oregon Agricultural college. - Miss
Christmas Greeting Cards
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Dorothy Turner will return to
Corvallis Friday And the ethers
will remain until Sunday evening.
Miss Leta Waters, junior! at
Oregon Agricultural college Vill
spend the holiday with her mother
Mrs. Lena waters. Miss Clara
Brietenstein will Bpend the'sliort
vacation ' with her . parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Breitenstein; Misa
Amelia Babcock. a sophomore at
Oregon Agricultural college kill
visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Babcock. j
..Miss Hazel Fleener, a sopho
more in home economics set Ore
gon Agricultural college wm Visit
during the week-end 'With'jher
family. Miss Mable Botsbn a
freshman at O.A.C. will spend the
Thanksgiving recess with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Botson.
Miss Vivian Marsters, junior in
home economics" at Oregon Agri
cultural college, will spend
Thanksgiving with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Marsters. .Miss
Mary Elizabeth Bayne will spend
the recess with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Bayne. '
r Miss Anna Belle Golden wilt be
home from Corvallis for' a short
visit with friends. Grant Crow t
Palo Alto, Cal., will accompany
Frank Itosenbraugh home for the
- Miss Gretcben Brown of the
University of Oregon win spend I
the holidays, with her mother.'
Mrs. Catherine Brown. Miss JleLen
Rose, senior at U.; of O. will spend
the week-end with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Rose.
Miss Nancy Wilson will accom
pany Miss Margaret Griffith borne
for the racation from the Univer
sity of Oregon. They will spend
the holidays at the home of Miss
Griffith's parents, ' Dr." ard ' Mrs.
Ill P. Griffith. Chauncey White-
man will be a guest of Milton
Steiner at the R. E. Lee Steiner
"home for the Thankstfvinr vaca
tion. ! ' !
"Other University of Oregon stu
dents home for the holiday in
dude Frank Chapman, Sari Stal-
ey, Evan Jones, Philip Ringle.
William Ashby, Will- Rinehart,
Miss Nellie Rowland, and Arthur
Honoring high officers of the
Women's Auxiliary of the Spanish
War Veterans Several social af
fairs were given Sunday and Mon
day cullminatlng In a reception in
the armory Monday night follow
ing an official visit by the national
officers. Mrs." Cora : Thompson,
Others were Mrs. Alta Coplan, na
tional secretary general and Mrs.
Gertrude McCarren, treasurer;
general. All of the officers are
Mrs. Charles Wilson, acting,
secretary of the Hal Hibbard post
of the auxiliary, was hostess for
a delightful dinner party at her
home Sunday honoring the offi
cials. The dinner guests included
Mr. and Mrs. James McCarren.
Mr. and Mrs. William Coplan. Mrs.
Cora Thompson and Mr. and Mrs.
The officials and a few mem
bers of the local post of the auxil
iary were guests of Mrs. Leroy.
Hewlett1. Monday for a delightful
dinner patty. Mrs. Thompson,
Mrs.. Coplan and Mrs. Mayme Love
were the guests of honor.
A bowl of pink and white roses
centered the table and place cards
with stngle rosebuds marked the
places at the table. Miss Mary
Emma Hewlett favored with' sev
eral musical numbers during the
Others besides the guests of
honor who were bidden to mett
the officers were Mrs. Charles
Wilson, Mrs. Charles Brant, and
Miss Mary Emma Hewlett.
Mrs. George A. Whitewas hos
tess at a charming afteronon tea
for the officers Monday after
noon. White flowers were used on
the dainty tea table at which
places were laid for six. The
guests included Mrs. Thompson,
Mrs. Coplan, Mrs. L. F. Sheldon,
Mrs. Charles Wilson, and Mrs.
The national officers were
guests of Mrs. Wilson during their
visit in Salem. They returned to
Portland Tuesday morning.
Willamette students have scat
tered for vacation which will also
continue until Monday morning
Among those who will spend
Thanksgiving- in Portland are
Miss Marguerite Codk, Miss Helen
Mclnturf Miss Vesta Dick, ond
Miss Sadie Pratt.
Miss Mildred Streavey will be a
guest of Miss Virginia Mason at
Jefferson for the vacation. Miss
Ruth Hill is visiting in Vancou
ver. Miss Irene Boje is spending
the" recess with her parent in
For three missionaries, who win
leave within a few weeks for work
in Indian missions, the Women s
Foreign Missionary society of the
First Methodist church will give
a reception Friday. The honor
guests will be Miss Laura Heist
of Salem, Miss Laura Austin of
Woodburns and Dr. Edith Pa3t
' Miss Austin is home on a fur
Idfegh from her .work -in Haroda
India and Miss Heist has just re
ceived her appointment as mti
slohary to Bombay. Dr. More
house is a sister of Dr. W. G
; Morehouse of Salem and arrived
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOWI
if S 1 fJ v
aJC M m A 'W',-:-w.' 'i,l-,5 i T ray
' ''smair' "
Although Christmas is several weeks av. y. It is jaol too early to
start your holiday shopping. .If you wait you will be in the same pre
dicament as this girl, weighted down with bundles and not knowing
"which way to turn in the last minute rush.
national president general of the
auxiliary was one of the guests, in Salem last night to be the guest
roeular Miasie anaJKa
M 12 Ledobnb
it you wish to play tor your own amusement or , to aertain in your own
liomer"for people to sing or tor them to oance then get your "wish.
Don't put it off three months (12 les sons). If you .start now, you wiH bi a
good player by that time. . ! .
PRACTICE AN HOUR A DAY
! If you do not play the piano, you positively can learn your favorite melodies,
popular music, ballads, etc., in 12 lessons, even if you do not know one note from
K' another now. . ' . y
V '. It you already play ..the piano, learn to convert any piece into Jazztime; culti
vating a syncopated touch that will not harm classical interpretation. Learn the
. sfvip nM hv motion nicture nlayers. sheet music demonstrators, professional, cab-'
aret and vaudeville pianists. Xearn to alter tune, add notes, introduce emmes, runs,
etc. Learn to transpose, accompany, narmonue, rnqmome anp improvise. xms
course answers all your problems from a strictly academic standpoint. It is logical,
.progressive, practical. j
This method was established in 1901. 4t-is endorsed by weU4mown
performers and the music trade and is worthy of your iincere Attention.
This school now opening in Salem is a branch of the well known Water
man Piano schools in Portland Erige ne, Iilarshfield Roseorg, Grants Pass,
Lledford, Ashland and Klamath Palls. i
A fifteen-minute demonstration that'will cost you nothing, will convince
you that you can learn to play. i j
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Temporary Headquarters Bligh Hotel or I'almian Piano House
CALL i'OR FREE DEMONSTIIATION
of her brother. Dr. Jlorehouse
has just completed a coursa in
surgery at the Women's Medical
college of Pennsylvania. She serv
ed with the Rsd Cross in France
during the war. Dr. Morehouse
wiU establish a hospital !u Kola,
The three women were to have
sailed from San Francisco Decem
ber 14 but a change In the date
of sailing has been made and they
F lan now on sailing Decemrer is.
Hostess for the reception "win
be Mrs. U. Id. Steees. Mrs. F. A.
Legg and Mrs. A. A Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. Leland SacUrtt of
Eugene were iTisttors in Salem
last night. 'Accompanied by Miss
Ruby and Miss Eva Leaduetter
they will eo to Sheridan' Tor
Thanksgiving with friends.
Miss Esther Davies and laal
Davies will spend today in Port
land with friends.
3Xrs. J. B. Mosier of Ashland
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Day return
ed to Salem Tuesday following
several days visit with their son,
E B. Day at Albany.
Hoardman - Pendleton:
be opened Saturday.
West .Side Pacific Highway
Portland - McMinnville: Paved
-McMinnville - Amity-Rickreall
Monmouth - Independene - Cor
vallis: Traveled road oDen en
tire distance. High water in the
Luckiamute river has subsided
and bridge south of Independence
now open for travel.
Corvallis - Junction City - Eu
gene: Paved and open.
Road open from Pendleton to
McMinnville - Tillamook High-
Portland - McMinnville - Sheri
Recent Stormy Weather
Makes Changes Neces
sary in Weekly Bulletin
dan: Paved, and open.
Sheridan- Grand Ronde-Dolph:
Macadam and open. Embankment
washed out at Dolph and another
washout north of Hebo. Expect
ed that traffic will be blocked
until Sunday; November 2?. The
stages are making regular trips
by transferring passengers
Tualatin i Valley Highway
Portland Beaverton -j IHlls
boro - Forest Grove - Gaston
McMlnnville:; Paved and open.
Old Oregon Trail
Pendleton La Grande: Blocked
by snow in Blue mountains.
La Grande f Baker - Hunting
ton - Ontario: Road open.
The Dalle - California Highway
Blocked by snow between Bend
and the Columbia river.
Bend to Klamath Falls: Muddy
Grants Pass - descent City
No snow anil open for travel.
Ashland - Klamath Falls ! Hich-
Xo snow and open for travel;
Klamath FalN - Lakeviow High.
Muddy but bpen.
Central irtgnn Highway
Bnd tO Hlirna- pTlnn( Ann.
ditlont s f
Bums : f rUkeview: Excellent
Beild liajreview Highway
Muddy In ! iflaces but open.
Reports Xrxm , KlamaW and
Lake counties indicate verv little
snow, and rains have not damaged
the roads, is
Reports from Central Oregon
indicate light rnow fall which is
disappearing; Under the influence
of Chinook Winds.
Three of the peremptory chl.eng
were tiy the prosecution and three
by the defense. j
There were nine! women and
two men in the box temporarily
passed when court adjourned un
til Friday morning. !
District Attorney: Woolwice in
his questions to jurors tday
f erred frequently lo Mti. Mada
lynne Otenchala, Indicted jointly
with Hatch nd asked several
talesmen tt their judgment would
be affected by any "fala hbm t
sympathy or chivalry by reasoa of
i woman being Implicated.-
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Jury Not Yet Selected in
Trial of Arthur Burch
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LOS ANGELES. Nov. 23. Th
jury box in the trial of Arthur C
Hurch for the alleged murder of
J. Belton Kennedy, was filled six
times today ; with temporarily
passed jurors but on each occas
ion on peremptory challenges re
moved one ftf fhA nnmKAf nn an
other was called for examination.
5tmittW.Ta fiarraid U-'
viformt Th Body Easy An4
Economical To Tak-IUsuIt
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fcaaltay flh oa your bocw, iaerMM
your Brv force aad powr. olar
year skis attd oiapixioO aad look
aad fad 10O pr -tBW bKUr. anply ,
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and watch rwuita. ilattias VITA
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the two othw itiU nor imporuo
vitmmiaea (Fat BoluU A and Water j
fSolubU C) and arc bow wi w4
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taat Mastia's YI-TA-MON ths
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tetiet. TImt ia bo thine Uk it;,'
do Mt aeespt iiaitauoes or rU,
tituU. You aa rH Mania's VITA
UON TabUts at ail food druggists.
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Art PosiiTtly GsII
Several revisions are necessary
this week in the state, highway
department's report on the con
dition of Oregon roads, due to
the high water and heavy rain
and snow precipitation of the last
several days. No serious dam
age is reported aside from that
south of Jefferson, where two
bridges were washed out com
pletely. A report much briefer than
usual is prepared by the depart
ment this week. It-follows:
Portland-Oregon City: Regu
lar route of Pacific highway,, via
west side, paved to Bolton; Bol
ton to Oregon City bridge, grav
eled and in fair condition. Ore
gon City bridge closed to vehicle
traffic at certain hours and loads
greatly restricted. ; Traffic will
find the routes out of Portland
on the east side via Milwaukio
street, or 82nd street paved entire
distnace to Oregon City. During
period of high water in Willam
ette travel advised to use west
side Portland to Oregon City as
river bottom north of Oregon City
may be flooded.
Oregon City - Canby - Salem:
Paved and open; high water at
Molalla river has subsided.
Salem - Albany - Corvallis:
Pacific highway blocked south of
Jefferson on account of washout
of two small bridges. Thus tra
vel Should cross Willamette river
at Salem, pavement to Brunk'a
corner, then south through In
dependence to Corvallis or Al
bany. High water at Luckiamute
river has subsided and there are
no delays to traffic on this route.
Corvallis - Eugene: Pavement
Open to travel; water high, but
does not hinder" traffic.
Albany - Harrisburg: Open, al
though some water over road in
Junction City - Harrisburg:
River bottom flooded and ferry
has stopped running on account
of .high , water j take west side
Albany to Junction City.
Eugene-Roseburg - Grants Pass
Medford - Ashland - California
line: Road open-and no delays to
traffic; no snow in Siskiyous.
Colombia River Highway
Astoria - Portland: Paved ex
cept through city of Rainier;
open for travel.
Portland - Hood River - The
Dalles: Blocked by ice and snow,
opening date uncertain; ;
, The Dalles Arlington-Board
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Dr. Painless Parker and
Dr. Alf Swennes Have Joined Forces,
The Salem officei of the E. R. Parker Dental System nave been removed to
the comer of State and Liberty streets (Rooms 205-206) Gray Building " and
conscIidated w'th the office of Dr. Alf. Swennes, who will act as local manager.
These offices have been rebuilt and refurnished throughout j better and
more completely than -ever before. New equipment embraces modern ideas of
sanitation'as well as complete X-Ray apparatus of latest design.' No detail has
been omitted which will in any way way assist in yielding standard and guar
anteed dental service; at a price you can afford to pay.
Please inspect these new offices. They were built for, you, your comfort and . , 1
convenience. Consult us about decaye d teeth and diseased gums, they are dan. "
gerous. You owe to yourself the debt of protecting your body against poison
generated by neglected teeth. I -
An examination will be made of your teeth free of charge.
Licensed Dentists Using the
E. R. PARKED S Y S T E M
(Painless Parker, Dentist)
State and Liberty Streets,
SYSTEM Dr. Painless Parker
Salem, Ore. MT)U
Dr. AlLSwennes )OTErL
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