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T5E OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 7, 1922
1? By MARGUERITE GLEESON 10'
r A T A aulet weddin at
f Conererational narRnnatroi
Sunday at noon, Mrs. Lillian
Hartshorn and Alexander Robert
son of Condon were married by
Iter. W. C. Kantner.- The attend
ants were Mrs. John F. Lau and
The bride wore an embroidered
blue canton crepe frock and a
corsage bouquet of lilies and roses.
The couple left late in the after-
soon for a wedding trip to Port
land and win be at home next
the week in Condon, where Mr. Rob
ertson is a prominent grain ele
use Calumet Baking
everything you make,
one trial will convince
you. Doughnuts, pie
come from the oven
light, tasty sweet and
.nevervariesin its leav
ening strength, never
fails to produce pure; ;
foods, and all this at
an economical cost
.. Millions of women,
hotels, railroads, Dom
have been felyingon it
for orer SO rears.1 Made in
the world's largest factories.
A pemmd can I Calamet contain, hill 1
1 6 os. Some baking powder come km
13 o. cans iaatead of 10 os. cans. Be
i yu set poud wmi yoa wtst it
Dinner was served at the Spa
following "the weddinn service.
pink carnations were used on the
table and dainty place cards raark-
ea tne places for the few guests
AD lnlormal rfrcnllnn wa holH
later at the F. P. Talkington
home. Out of town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Thissen of
Another Sunday wedding was
that of Miss Gladys Page and
Floyd E. White, which took place
at 2 o'clock at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur T. Page. Rev. R. L. Putnam
officiated and only relatives and
immediate mends were present.
Miss Clara Page and Bert Eshel
man were the only attendants.
The bride wore white net over
white satin and carried brides'
roses. The bridesmaid wore pink
crepe, urown canton crepe was
the traveling costume of the bride.
Luncheon was served by Mrs.
Page following the service. She
was assisted by Mrs. O. L.
baker and Mrs. A. L. Page,
The young couple will make
their home in Corvallis, where Mr.
White is a sophomore in Indus
trial Arts. Both are well known
in Salem and attended the local
high school. Mr. White is a son
of Mrs. Stella White of Salem
and served overseas with Company
M. Mrs. White has recently been
employed at the Union Abstract
Other guests at the wedding
were: Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Page
and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Page and family, Mr. and Mrs.
O. L. Brubaker. Mrs. Stella White.
Bert Eshelman, Noma Arnold,
Miss Clara Page Miss Iris Page,
Myrtle Page, Ruby Page, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Dame and Rev. and
Mrs. R. L. Putnam.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester I. Pearmine
returned last week from Calif
ornia where they have been for
the last five weeks. Mrs. Pear
mine was formerly Miss Nell
Sykes and their wedding was an
event of New Year's day. They
will make their home in Salem
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Egan re
turned Sunday from their wed
ding trip to Seattle and Vancouv
er, ts.u. mey are visiting lor a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Deckebach in Salem and will be
at homo after February 20 at
their home hear Gervais.
Capt. and Mrs. Harry Braum
bangh are spending a few days
The - Progressive Dancing club
wilt hold their regular dance to
night in the Elite Hall. It is to
be a masquerade affair. The
Cherry city Dancing ciud win
hold their regular party a week
from tonight and it, 4oo, will be
in the nature of a masquerade
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Malthouse
of Portland were visitors In Salem
last night, coming down to hear
Mary Jean Porter, harpist, play
at the Oregon theater. Mrs. Malt
house is a musician in Portland
The Well Dressed Woman
MISS HAZEL HARRIS of Sa
lem has been chosen to rep
resent the Oregon State Nor
mal in the state oratorical con
test to be held in Newberg. She
won first place in both composi
tion and delivery in the tryout.
"The individual, the Unit of
Civili.ation," is the subject of
Other contestnats were, Mrs.
Ethel MacAdoo of Monmouth,
John Dickson of Portland, and
Dorothy Blake of Oregon City.
The final try-out was held be
fore the student body at chapel
hour last Friday. The plan ofj
having but one Judge was adopt-j
ed. Dr. H. C. Dunsmore of In
dependence acted as judge on de
livery. Miss Harris is a member of the
senior class and will be graduated
at the close of the winter term
in March. She is president of the
Delphian literary society and was
formerly a student at the Univer
sity of Oregon.
Miss Harris is a daughter of
D. A. Harris.
The W. C. T. U. is to hold its
regular meetnig this afternoon at
the hall, at 2:30. A business
meeting and the regular lesson
for the day will be part of the
The Tri L club will be entertain
ed this evening at the home of
Miss Hester Hlllpott, 1456 Chem
The American War. Mothers
will chose officers this afternoon
for the coming year. They win
meet in regular session in me
Commercial club rooms at 2:30.
W. C. T. -U.. 2:30in hall.
American, War Mothers.
2:30 in Commercial club
Modern (Writers section
Arts league, with Mrs. F. S.
Barton, 901 North uapuoi.
Salem Dist. Music leacu
ers' association at Mrs. Ber
the Junk Darby studio.
American Legion auxiliary
in armory. 8:30.
Business and Professional
Women's club. Unitarian
church, 6 o'clock.
Y. M. Mothers' club.
Thursday? club with Mrs. G.
G. Bingham, Twelfth and Mis
sion. Mrs; M. M. Chapman
Salem Women's club, Com
mercial club rooms.
By 6K ATMS.
r is Parjo rVtarrs.
Here Is a French skating costume
hat yon will want to go out directly
Ad buy. To me It was irresistible.
Uways it seems a bit strange to me
rhen I find French sports clothes
hat are altogether good. I do not
?xpect it; what I really expect U
that all of the good sports clothes
shall have the ear marks of London
?n them. But there is no least detail
here bnt is right
It Is made of kasha dmretyn In rust
color, is fur less, as most of the good
sports things are, and Is trimmed
with small jet beads.
The jet beads elaborately orna
ment the side front opening and are
used on the sleeves in the same de
sign. Bnt the really unique and in
teresting touch about the trimming
Ib the huge cloth collar and cuffs.
Both are corded with great round
cords, over which the cloth Is drawn
The collar is almost shoulder
width, soft high and rolling. The
1 cuffs are made wind and weather
tight by ending in a tight band at
Straight, one piece, unfitted, the
frock or coat, as you like, is drawn
ia about the waist with a few draped
folds. The skirt is only knee length,
allowing plenty of freedom without
taking away from the feminine grace
of the figure, as knickerbockers
The costume is Russian in inspira
tion, of course, as is the small ag-
iiella turban. Golf stockings and
katiug shoes complete the ensemble.
MY HEART Ml
Adelo Garrison's New Phase ol
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
rg 'MTfjT' DOUBLE treat
r " O.. Jacket over Pep-
Sugar jacket just V' '
"melts in your mouth," WSSls
ttien you 'get- the delec- IS.
table gum .center. -
U And with Wrigley's three old Mk
standby also. . affording friendly ySf
aid to teeth, throat, breath, ap. vSsx I
i! petite and digestion. l
? Soothing, thirst-quenching. SjferPi X. f
Making the next cigar ySS' 'fl?M
taste better. $SS 8v
mil 1 L' I
TUP WAY MADGE r,.M.iBnu
MARION'S HELP ASU
KATHERINE AND JACK.
Mother Graham, her daughter
and her son-in-law went for a
Hrwo with Dickv in the early
afternoon. A hastily whispered
word in Harriet Braitnwaiie s wr
nitinorl mv nlans for tne aner
ineured them all being
h. vpranrta urnen jaCK auu
Kothprini should arrive.
a rn fhov hart rone I new
hk Katia nuttine glow
ing autumn; Ilovers m au "
rooms. Mv fatner suspew
nnthin?. for he knows my weak
ness for flowers everywhere, men
t Hrort .Tnnior in his very best
baby toggery and left him in Ka
Uo's charge to the great delight
nt Hoth of them.
Marion I took wun me, parny
Kanut T knew ol tne cnuu
fat affection for Katherine
korn f thd devoted care the lit
i mintt had given Mancn b
mniiniMW in her last illness
nartlv because or Kane s umuiu
turn delivered shortly after the
departure of the family for their
drive. .. .
"Von ting sure, Meesis ora
tim fih said decisively, uuv
dot babee left togeaaer Dy
m. I tk van or I take udder
vnn. nn tosedder. Dot oaDee ne
iooat have hees clothes all rump
t-A nnn if ; not ' Marion she stay,
niiv kv hooTri T no mean aoi
Marion not Root kid" magnitl.
cently "but she love dot baDee
so mooch she no can keep her
hands off beem.
Heroicallv I reoressed a smiie,
for the weakness she criticized in
Marion was one she displayed her
self in season and out of season.
But I knew her pride in Juniors
appearance would prevent ner i
bugging him unduly beiore me
guests came, and silently agrrcu
with her hat Marion was oeuer
off with me.
The chijd was wild with delight
when on the way to the station in
the car I explained that the "Aun
tie Katherine" she adored was
coming, and that the arrival ot
the visitors would be a surprise
which she should have the honor
of announcing. Marion had epn
undeniably lonesome since the d9
parture of her mother for New
York, and I felt an additional re
sponsibility for her comfort be
cause Lillian's errand was on my
Oh oh!" she carolled. "Jnst
to think of seeine Auntie Kather
Ine aeain! I think abdV the
sweetest woman In the world next
tn mother and vou. she amend
" r j- fnSaifv "nrnir "Trnnw?. this
! 'A 1 w
i J I
i 1 1 1 III 1
coaid easily do that but at the
remembrance that like all well
meaning planners, I had omitted
the vital precaution of telling Mar
ion the guests were not to know
of othter vlsitorsL
If the child should betray the
i our house I did not doubt that
Jack would take the nest train
back to town.
(To be continued)
Had That Tired. Worn-Out Feel
ihR. Do you know that "awmi tired
fel!nsf." languidness. lame or
weak back, sore muscles, stiff
or swoolen Joints, or rheumatic
pains usually indicate kidnv
trouble? Foley Kidney Pills act
promptly and effectively. Mrs.
Roberta Lilly. 709 Alton street.
Alton. 111., writes: "For three
years I had, a tired, worn-out feel
ing. Various treatments failed.
I began to improve on the socond
dose of Foley Kidney Pi!!s, and
today I fc?l like new." Sold
met at the house of Mrs. A. E. f Mrs. R. -H. Broa leave, Xlr. t and
with the most confidential air in
the world 'I tried awful hard to
like Uncle Jack Just as well as 1
did Auntie Katherine, but I Just
couldn't, someway, although 1
a'pose when folks get married
you ought always to like the hus
band or wife Just as well as you
like the other one, oughtn't you,
"I don't believe rclatives-ln-law
generally think that, Marion," I
said dryly. "At any rate I would
n't worry about It one bit If I
were you. Just go ahead and love
Aunt Katherine Test. She needs
all our love."
I tpoke the last words absently.
forgetting for the moment the
quick perceptions of the child. She
bent toward me with a startled
movtsment that drew a quick side
glance from me. Her face was
filled with apprehension.
'Is is Uncle Jack bad to her.
Auntie Madge?" she asked tremulously.
'Just Watch Me."
I pronounced a mental Impre
cation upon my rtupldity.
No-, no, diar, I said earnest
ly, ad that Ji'.k was not "bad"
to Katherine in any sense that
Marii n could understand anl
salved my conocfence wit the
thought. "But Auntie Katherine
Isn't well, and si e has been wor
rying ever Unci? Jack's health
for so long that T m afraid sh5 is
n't inite hnprv. Bnt you mint
nevr speak of it," I added im-
rres!vely, "e'en to lor. Just
b've her a lot. That's wnat she
'Just watch 13?." the child re
turned earnestly, with on? of the
expressions she has picked up
from Katie, and when vre readied
the station and greeted Jack and
Katherine descending from the
train she mad-s ;o6d her boast by
enveloping Katherine Joyously in
a "big bear hug." kissing her re
peatedly and carolling ever and
over, "Oh, my darling Auntie Ka
therine! I'm so glad you're
Jack kissed my forehead per
functorily and shook hand; with
Marion when the child had re
leased Katherine in the santa al
most formal way. There was a
look In his eyes which I remem
bered of old when he was annoy
ed. "I didn't understand that you
had guests," he said.
For a moment I was. panic
stricken, not at the thought cf ex
plaining Marion's presence I
j WOODBURN NOTES I
' WOODBURN. Feb. 6. Mrs. V.
C. Miller returned Sunday irom
visitingrelatives in Oakland ard
San Francisco for the past month.
J. W. McCracken was called to
Chicago on account of Ulnesi of
Mrs. T. H. Sanderson an l Mrs.
W. A., Chapman were joint host
esses at the home of the former
on Young street. Seven tahles ot
five hundred were played. Mrs.
Keith Powell receiving the nighj
score prize and Mrs. Mrs. A. J.
Beck the consolation. The hostesv
was assisted in serving by Mrs.
Courtnev. Those attending were
Mrs. H. L. GUI, Mrs. F. W. Sttle
mier. Mrs. T. C. Poorman. Mrs.
H. M. Austin, Mrs. J. M Poorman,
Mrs. A. J.'Beck Mrs. Keith Pow
ell. Mrs. Eugene Courtney. Mrs.
WalterJohnson. Mrs. L. M. Bit-
ney, Mrs. F. O. Haverman. Mrs. L.
Ia wren.ee, " Mrs. C. F. Whitman.
Mrs. George Beach, Mrs. O. K.
Wolf, Mrs. LI A. Beckman. Mra.
T. G. Evenden. Mrs. Susan Lives
ley, Mrs. R. II. Scott. Mrs. J. K.
Steelhammer. Mre. Carl Graves.
Mrs. S. A. Connor. Mrs. E. J. Al
len. Mrs. H. P Miller. Mrs. O. W.
Love, Mrs. H. F. Butterfield. Mr'.
Leland Austin. Mrs. A. Proctor,
Mrs. R. L. Guiss and Mrs W. P.
Connaway of Portland, house
guest of Mrs. Whitman.
The Woodburn Women's club
Austin Wednesday. After the
regular business meeting Mrs. X
C. Weller gave a paper on the
Norwegian composer, Grieg, with
illustrative music A group fo
songs were sung by Mrs. t. Love.
Two piano solos by Grieg wen
played by Miss Margaret Hall.
Mrs. Allen of the Near East Relief
committee of Portland gave a
talk. Mrs. W. J. Wilson became
a member. Mrs. Austin. Mrs. J.
Miller. Mrs. F. Wohlheter and
Mrs. F. W. Settlemier were joint
hostesses and served refreshuiBts.
Friday aftrnoon Mrs. -Pugh en
tertained twelve of her women
friends. Guessing photos tras one
of the polly parts ot the party, in
an observation contest, Mrs. R. H.
Bronleeve received the prlie.
Friday evening the losors In the
afternoon five hundred club en
tertained the winners and all the
husbands at a 7 o'clock dinner at
the home of Mrs. T. K. Sander
son. The 16 were sealed at a
long table and the losers. Mrs.
Robert Scott. Mrs. S. A. Connor,
Ms Fred Havamann and Mrs.
Sanderson received many compli
ments for the delicious dinner.
Cards were the diversion of the
evening, Mrs. W. A. Chapman and
Mrs. Frank Whitman receiving the
prizes. The winners of the club
are Mrs. O. K. Wolf. Mra F. W.
Settlemier. Mrs. A. Chapman and
Mrs. Frank Wheelman -and Mrs.
Walter Johnson was an additional
Mr. and Mrs. LaFayetteLawr
ence entertained a few rriends
Friday evening in a delightful
manner. Three tables of five
hundred were played, the priies
going to Mrs. L. M. Bitney and
J..M. Poorman. The gueus wera
served in the dining room t ta
bles. Tbose enjoying th evening
were Mr. ami Mrs. Carl ("rave.
Mr. nd Mrs. F. X. Beck, Mr. an
Mrs. H. F. B-:tterfield. Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Poorman, Mr. and Mrs.,
L. M. Bitney and Mrs. Susan ;
LiTesley. ' j
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Emmettj
gave the first ot three parties FrI. !
day evening. Five tables of fit's!
hundred were played. Mrs. ;
Blaine McCord and Robert Guiss
receiving the prizes. Lunch wasi
served. Those enjoying th-? evt-i
ning were Mr. and Mrs. Keith !
Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ,
CoUrtney, Mr. and Mrs. Blaic,
McCord, Mr. and Mrs. Robert'
Guiss, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Miller.;
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evendon, Dr. i
and Mrs. J. L. Shorey, Mr. and j
fllrs. J. F. Steelhammer. Mr and I
Mrs. Beckman. Monday evenros
Mrs. Etnmett has the second ot
her parties all. women and; Wed
nesday evening the third which la
another five hundred party.
Tuesday night the pan matron
club entertained, their husbands
at the Maaonlc temple w tthj a '
o'clock dinner. ,
Mother: "What axe yon doing,
Jim : "Nothfor. motitr. '
Mother: "My, but you are ti
t?ng like your father.
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ACID IN STOMACH
Says Exrens of Hydrochloric Acid
is Cause of Indigestion
Men Are Coming From Far and Near To Attend
Iff 8 fi tim H mm
Our Immense Stock Affords a Great Selection of
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from $25 to $65 for Suits and $25 to $55 for Over
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- GET A
Don't Delay as this offer is for a limited time only.
A well-known authority states
that stomach trouble and indiges
tion are nearly always due to
acidity acid stomach and not,
as most folks believe, from a lack
of digestive juices. He states
that an excess of hydrochloric
acid in the stomach retards diges
tion and starts food fermentation,
then our meals sour like garbage
in a can. forming acid fluids and
gases which Inflate the stomach
like a toy baloon. We then get
that heavy, lumpy feeling in the
chest, we eructate sour food, belch
gas. or have heartburn, flatulence,
water-brash or nausea.
He tells us to lay aside all di
gestive aids and instead, get from
any pharmacy four ounces of Jad
Salts and take a. tablespoonful in
a glass of water before breakfast
while it is effervescing, and fur
thermore, to continue this for one
week. While relief follows the
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tralize the acidity, remove the
gas-making mass, start the liver,
stimulate the kidneys and thus
promote a free flow of pure di
Jad Salts is Inexpensive and is
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lemon jnice. combined with lithia
and sodium phosphate. This harm
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people for. stomach trouble wun
excellent resuita. Adv.- -
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(By Actual Count Monday)
Staple and Fancy Models, all sizes from 35
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Boys' Knicker Suits
Ages 6 to 17 years. Some have two pairs
48 Men's Overcoats
With or Without Belts, medium Mid beary
weights, good range of Sizes. Bay them this
FOR THE tA
Heavy weights with Belts, ages 2'l to 18
years, $10 to $15
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