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, THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON : TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 6. 1 921 v'T
By MARGUERITE GLEESON
REV. AND MRS. WARD WIL
LIS LONG will lie honore at
a formal reception Wednes
day evening at the C. P. Bishop
home, 340 North Liberty street.
The-affair is being sponsored by
the aid society of the Presbyterian
church. A- three-piece orchestra
will furnish music during the eve
ning. Members of th"e orchestra
are Eugenia Meyers, pianist, Mar
ion Emmons, violinist and Avery
The social committee in charge
of the affair are Mrs. W. G. Allen,
chairmen, Mrs. M. O. Buren. Mrs.
Lee Giibert, Mrs. J. C. Griffith,
Mrs. John W. Harbison, Mrs. Alva
Stewart. Mrs. Charles Whitman,
Mrs. Fred Klein, Mrs, J. C. Mc
Leod.and Mrs. Charles Wilson.
SIMPLE, yet solemn and im
presslve wua the wedding of
Miss Pansy Milliean and
Henry Turner, Sunday following
tho regular services at the Bap
tist church. The bride's father,.
Rev. .W. C. Milliean read the ser
vice. Mis Gladys Jensen and
Frank Milliean attended the i:oi-
pie. Little Doris Barnett acted as
The bride's gown was of cream
satin cut in short length and worn
with a full veil. A wreatk of or
ange blossoms caught the veil.
The bride carried a shower bou
quet of rose buds and lilies of the
vaiiey, .Miss Jensen was gowned
an wnite messaline and carried
pin. lust.-."., me nower irl wore
a dainty frock of blue and carirtd
a basket of pink roses.
The aUar -was banked with
palms, fern and chrysanthemums.
Mill i-uella Harnett played the
wedding march and Mrs. T. Roth
saug. Luncheon was served -at
the home of the bride's parents,
following the marriage ceremony.
Those assisting In serving were
-Mrs. Mary Iiroer, Mr.s D. J. Bui
lock. MrsvL. II. Barnett, Mrs. II
K. Howard and Mrsj II. D. MiHi
.urs. iurner nas lived ror sev
eral years in Salem and attended
the local high school: Mr. Turner
U employed at Chemawa and has
lived here about a year. They
will make their home at Chemawa.
25c and 50c
7 and 9
Any Seat 75c
S. i -.4 I
GIFTED MUSICIANS FROM
THEIR COLONY AT
NUMBER Of THING'
NEIL MCKINLE.V "JOSTADARwrooi:
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K M?AN6Et.lMA,S RECEPTION '
Only 1 7 Shopping
Aha! Here is something to make
the little girls happy
Christmas Furs for
Unusual values in good furs for the little tots, they
come in separate neckpieces and sets, white lamb, white
Angora, Ermine Coney, Natural Coney, Brown Coney,
Red Fox, Natural Fox, Tiger Fox, Taupe Fox, Silver
Fox, and Brown Fox,
Don't wait long to make your decision for they will
soon be sold out anyway. Now is the best time while
assortments are complete.
Prices Range from $2J98 and up
Fear Mail Orders
feceive careful attention, wq pay the postage or express
or your money cheerfully refunded
Hostesses for the American War
Mothers silver tea will include all
those War Mothers whose birth
day come in December and alao
those whose birthdays have been:
eeiebrated siiiee the last silver j
tea. Among those who will act a '
hostesses Wednesday are Mrs. j
Fred E. Stewart. Mrs. E. S. Go!-j
den. Mrs. II. L. Farmer, Mrs. W. j
P. Ringle. Mrs. Jennie Tope. Mrs !
F. A. Elliott. Mrs. C. M. Lockwood, j
Mrs. A. A. Lee, Mrs. Russell Cat- j
lin. Mrs. W. M. Zander, Mrs. J. j
Collins and Mrs. J. Crossan. !
i "Joint Owners in Spain." a j
comedy, will be given by the Sen-!
lor high corp of the girl reserves!
at the annual meeting of the j
Youn Women's Christian Associa-
tion Wednesday. The skit is be-M
ing given under the direction of
Miss Mable Garrett and those tak- j
ing part are Florence Dell, Doro- i
thy Brock, Ruth Moore and Hazel
Open house will be held at the
association rooms during the eve
ning for all members of the asso
ciation. Members of the board of
directors will receive the guests.
The Tri L. club will serve during
the evening. Mrs. Hubert McKia
ney Hofer and Leon Jennison will
The annual report will be read
and seven directors for the board
will be chosen. An invitation is
extended to all those who are
members to attend the meeting
and opfn house which will bKin
Captain and Mrs. Earl Flepel
will l feted at a reception in
Portland Friday at Hill Mililtary
academy where Captain Flegel
has recently received an appoint
ment as military instructor. The
reception will be held in Daniels
Those who have been asked to
receive are Governor and Mrs.
Ben W. Olcott. General and Mrs.
Richford M. Hlatchford. of Van
couver Barracks; Dr. and Mrs.
Richard K. Scholz. or Rood col
lege; Mr. and Mrs. S 1$. Ayer.
Mrs. S. 15. Linthicum. Miss Henri
etta Failing, Miss Mary FailiiiR
and Whalley Watson, president of
Hill Military Alumni association.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hill and
the faculty will also be in the re
ceiving line. Mrs. W. li. Streets,
Mrs. Thomas Honeyinan. Mrs.
James H. Murphy, Mrs. Clyde
Kelly, of Vancouver Barracks, and
Miss Gladys Bowen will be
among those to assist in the din
ing room and a group of the
younger girls will assist about the
Mr and Mrs. Fred Bozell enter
tained for the F.E.F.H. club at
their home last Friday. Mrs. E.
Angel and Charles j Ferrell won
high score and low score fell to
Mrs. Charles Ferrell and Paul
Jerman. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Xeh-
ren will entertain the club in two
weeks. Mrs. Paul Jerman assisted
the hostess in serving.
Guests for the evening were
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patton. Mrs.
Gay Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. C. I.
Mrs. Earl Flegel of Portland,
arrived last night for a feNv days
wisit with her parents, Dr. . and
Mr. R. E. Lee Steiner.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LEGTUflE
S HEARD ATARMORY SUH
r-oard or coDcn-raUou. r The gov-j ler.rexeatakite" of the employers!
ernor-nia the announcement on the board. Other members ar
January 1. He
term j Otto Hartwtg. president of the
is a i State Federation of Labor, repre
senting labor." and William F.
Woodward, repreaentlns the state
at larje. All ot the members live
A Christian Science lecture, en
titled "The Science of Right Liv
ing," was Kiveu in the armory.
Sunday evening, December 4, un
dr the direction of Firct Church
ot" Christ, Srient!t. ot Salem, by
Professor Hermann S. Hering.
C.S.B. An abstract of the lecture
When a man seems to be "down
and out" he is as though he were
in a deep, dark hole. If we speak
to him and tell him how beautiful
standing, through risht knowing
and ris-rht living.
Christian Scientists recognize
Mrs. Eddy as t"he discoverer and
founder of Christian Science be
cause of her preparedness ami be
cuuse they have been able to dem
onstrate the truth of her toach
ings. This latter fact is a very
important point', because any one
can prove its Jruth for himself.
When a school boy proves that ten
times ten is one hundred he vir-
MILLIONS OF POUNDS
BOUGHT BY THE GOVERNMENT
above we may catch
cut unless we appeal to him in a
' way that reaches his human sense
he is likely to remain in a hope
! less state of mind, not believins
that he can ever get out. What
that man needs is a ladder which
will reach dow n to his prasp.
that is, something which he can
get hold of and by means of which
he can climb out. This saving
power is the Christ, the divine
Truth romiiiK to the human con
sciousness through Christian Sci
ence, with which anyone ran be
gin to work out his salvation, his
deliverance from evil.
This human const ioune;s ac-
coi'diiiK to b'-lief includes a sense
of materiality and eil as well as
of spirituality and good. It in
cludes a sense of both right and
wrong, both truth and ei ror. It
oncr-ives of matter, of discord,
of death, ami et can bf-'-iii to Per
ceive Spirit, harmony, Life. It is
the consciousness of the every
day man wherein he feels that he
may Le healed by the Christ.
Truth; I he consciousness wherein
reformation and rerem ration take
place and to which JeH'H appealed
in his healing and teaching. Ilere
it is that salvation is t be worked
out; here that goo 1 can be
brought to bear tH'on evil to de
stroy it; here that Truth can meet
error and correct it. It is the.
consciousness which con begin to
know God. Thus the Christ awak
ens us from the Adam dream.
Concerning this corsciousJiess,
Mrs. Eddy writes:
"... sin and disease lose
their reality in human con
sciousness and disappear as
naturally and as necessarily
as darkness gives place to
light and sin to reformation.
Now, as then, these mighty
works are not supe "natural,
but supremely natural. They
are the sign of Immanuel, or
'God with u.s' a (1 vine in
fluence ever presem. in hu
man consciousness ..."
(Science and Health, page
Think of It! A divine influ
ence always present wii.hin. which
makes it possible to be healed and
saved, by having the Christ.
Truth, come to consciousness and
there develop spiritual under-
his ear i tually proves that a thousand
times a thousand is a million, al
though this latter quantity may be
beyond his mental grasp. So
Christian Scientists in demon
strating simple fundamentals
prove the truth of Mrs. Eddy's
entire revelation. In w-hat an un
fortunate position then is a per
son who declares that the "teach
ings of Christian Science are not
true, when he himself could prove
that they are true, if he only
Flynn is Reappointed
' on Conciliation Board
J. K. Klynn of
be reappointed by
t t as a member
of the .stu'e
For more than 30 years
Jj) Ounces for
WHY PAY WAR PRICES?
466 State Street
383 Alder Street
HE regular jnonthly meeting
of the Salem! Arts league,
which would have been held
December 13, has been postponed
until the next Tuesday, December
20, according to Mrs. John W.
Harbison, president of the league.
The postponement was made be
cause of the appearance of Will
Irwin in Salem on the regular
The story telling section will
have charge of this meeting and
will give a program of Christmas
Etories.. Dr. Carl Gregg Doney,
nonarary leader of the group, will
tell an original Christmas story.
Mis3 Flora Case will give the
Following the business session
the meeting will adjourn to chairs
around the fireplace where the
stories will be told while all enjoy
pop corn and apples.; The Modern
Writers section will have charge
of the next meeting, scheduled for
Tho state conference of the
Daughters of the American' Revo
lution will be held in Portland,
February 23, 24, and 25, accord
ing to Salem members of the Btate
The board met in Portland Sat
urday and took care of routine
business. Luncheon was served
for the members of the board at
the University club later. Richard
Montague spoke on the disarma
ment question before the daugh
ters following the luncheon.
Mr3. George Maynard Minor,
president general, will be present
at the state conference, according
to local officers. The state re
gent will be elected at that time.
Mrs. John Keating is state regent
at the present timeJ Mrs. Keat
ing is going to California to live,
leaving immediately; after the
meeting Saturday. She will re
turn in time for the conference in
Salem women who attended the
board meeting were Mrs. Isaac Lee
Patterson, Mrs. U. G. Shipley, Miss
Edith Benedict, Mrs. Homer. Gou
let and Mrs.'Seymouf Jones.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON,
Eugene, Dec. 5. The Y.V.C.At
campus bungalow is inadequate
for the present needs, and, ac
cording to present plans, as soon
as the money can be raised, the
building "will be eolafge'd.
The main room will be enlarged
so that the new addition can be
shut off from the main room, per
mitting an extra room to be used
for committee meetings and rest
rooms. More than 60 university
women are members tot the Y. W.
C. A., and a drive will soon be
staged to obtain new members and
more money. Many organizations
are served by the Y.W.C.A. build
ing. The W.C.C.F. Sewing club will
meet today with MrsJ T. M. Barr,
1185 North Fourteenth street.
Tri L. club at Y.W.C.A.
" Modern Writers' section,
Arts league, J. M. Clifford
home, corner Fir and Luther
Silver Tea, War Mothers,
Commercial club rooms.
Annual meeting of the
Y.W.C.A. Open house in the
Civic Art section of Arts
league, Library, 7:30. .
Salem Women's club. Com-
'mercial club rooms. r
"Lyko was my health's salva
tion. I was all run down, bad no
'pep' and was slipping back in
business, but thb wonderful tonic
soon made me well and strong. It
will make a new man of you also,"
The open General Toni
puts new vigor into tired, listless,
debilitated people. It relieves
by regulating the
bowels, aids diges
tion, increases the ap-'
oetite and tones ud
the general system so
jf.iVi ' I that thA hnHihr func
tions become normal
again and then
new strength and
? vitality return.
It Is Pure
Lyko give you the
laxmtive tonic proper
ties of -(elected drags
eompoanded nnder the
superrteioB of expert
chemist mud ie aJwsye
teeted at to ru thera
peutic value before
leaTing our laboratories.
Ask Your Druggist 1
Get a bottle of Lyko today if you feel
the need of a good laxathre tonic It coatee
B original packasee only.
LYKO MEDICINE COMPAN.
New York Kanaaa Caj
For sale by alt arugtfsts, 1 al
ways in stock, at Perry's Drag
Thousands of pairs of the highest grade shoes shown in Salem to be absolutely closed' out at
cost and below to make room for the largest line of Christy slippers ever shown in Salem.
i wimiim THESE ARE THE PRICES THAT ARE MOVING THE SH0ESS2
Men's Dress Shoes Ladies' Dress Shoes
Men's Brown Edmonds Shoes, all lasts and sizes, Hroken lots Ladies Shoes, brown and black, all Styles
regular $lJ.()U grades, to go at up to $12 grades, to close out, go at '
Men's Florsheim Shoes, the highest grade dress 'lne famous Archpreserver Shoes for ladies, all
shoe on the market, regular $10 grades go at styles, in black, every width and size, regular $10
(f0 nr grades go at
Men's Florsheim Shoes, brown and black, ftrtl double ! . , Jt , . t v". " v
soles, all new lasts, $12 grades go at Ladies Archpreserver fehoes, same last as in the
h sva" . - Jlack, made ttp in brown. kid, regularly old at $12,
$10.95 togoat - r j r
Men's Work Shoes olU.9&
.Men's $6 Black and Brown Work Shoes, all sizes, Ladies' Comfort and Work Shoes 1
while they last, go at Ladies' Heavy Work Shoes, best of leather, sold at
flJO QC $6, to close out at
$o.yo (ho nr
Men's $7 and $8 Work Shoes to close out all sizes in tJ))e7D
brown and black, single and double soles, go at Indies' Comfort Shoes, finest kid, all skes, regular
QC $6 grades, to go at s
Boys' High Top Boots, regular $7 and $8 grades to O ))
close out, brown and black, sizes 2 to 6, while they Ladies House Slippers, two-strap, best kid, Cuban
last go at . . ncel and low heel slippers, regular $5 grades, go at
I $4.95 $3.95
One Lot Children's Shoes, up to $4.00 go at , $1.95?
One Lot Boys' Dress and Work Shoesr, up to $5.00, to close out 2.95
Special Men's $5.00 Rubber Knee Boots, all sizes go at 3.50
Special Little Boys' High Tops, brown and black, 6 to 11, go at -1 3.95
Special Little Boys' High Tops, brown and black, 12 to 2, go at 4.95 '
Children's School Shoes, in brown, regular $4.00 grades, go at 295 :
Children's School Shoes, in brown, regular $5.00 grades, go at 395
To Close Out Our Entire Lot of Loggers, up to $12.00, to go at $8.95
To Close Out Our Entire Lot of Loggers, up to $17.00, to go at 10.95
We have been fortunate in buying our Christmas House Slippers late after a big decline and we
will be able to give you the highest grade felt and leather slippers for just one half less than any
one in town. We can give you only a few of the prices:
Ladies' High Grade Comfy Slippers that others sell for $2.00, our price .'. .......95c
Men's Leather House Slippers that others sell at $3.50 to $4.00, our price is 1.95 :
Children's Blue and Red Felt Booties others sell from $1.75 to $2.25, our price on all size$..L95c
Every thing on sale excepting Hanan, Eergmann and Ball Band goods which are contract goods.
326 State a-rtetoUfliuW'
Fox tan p
u Bat Oil
. ' - 326-State Street
Next to Ladd-& Bush-Bank
. 326 StateSL-rtatBUMiR-lScli
Closing Qui Sale
Shoes! All Broken Sizes Shoes!
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