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BJ MARGUERITE, GLEESON
Miss Mary SchulU, who has
been studying violin in New York
jor four years, arrived in Salem
"Sunday for a visit .with her par
ent. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Scbultz.
'Miss Sehults has been giving con
cert! with the 4 Redpath concert
bureau, but owing to an unex
pected change In. their arrange
ments Mini Schuitz waa able to
come home from Kansas City.
Salem music lovers, who are
anxious to hear Miss Schuitz in
concert, will be glad to know that
she will, if the length of her visit
permits, give a concert here.
MIjs Winifred Byrd. a former
Salent-glrl and who is now.flg
( nrins prominently lb eastern con-
cert work received, most favor-
1 able comment in Reading, Pa,,
.. where she appeared recently.
The Herald-Telegram of Read-
ing says, of her playing: "The
j opening passages of the player
were most captivating, her for-
- zanaos most emphatic and im
pressive, and her tone production
quite on a par with the wonder
ful Novaes. Greig presents no
untoward or sensational dlfflcul-
ties, but every . virtuoso passage
was sweepingly brilliant and of
an pertr power, and she laid bare
Its manifold beauties with a grace
and a flash like unto a polished
Miss Byrd will appear 'Wednes
day in Stelnway hall, New York,
are toon "nipped in the bud"
without "doting" by use of-
J Vapo Rua
and on .April 1 lir Allltn hall, and
att'f her Metropolitan- opera - house
in a Sunday night concert. The
last one is considered an especi
ally big' engagement:
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The O. A. c. Salem club is
sponsoring a dancing party Wed
nesday evening at. the Elite hall.
All friends of the club here or
of the college are being invited
Mrs. U. G. Shifley was hostess
at a luncheon party yesterday,
honoring Mrs. Milton Meyers, who
with Mr. Meyers, leaves for a trip
south and east within a few days.
Covers were placed for six at the
The S. B. A. Rowing club met
at the home of Mrs. P. M. Gregory
Wednesday. Owing to sickness of
several of the members the at
tendance waa hot large. The af
ter toon was spent piecing quilt
blocks. The quilt when finished
will be given to the home in To
peka, Kansas, with the compli
ments of i he sewing club. The
prizes were iven as follows: Mrs.
Beckett, first; .Mrs. Chance, sec
and, and Mrs. Gwynn third.
Those present were Mrs. Beck
ett, Mrs. Chance, Mrs. Lucas, Mrs.
Goodenougb, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs.
Campbell, Mrs. Foor, Mrs. DenJ
son, Mrs. Hatneld. Mrs. Hoge
dorn, Bernice Barlow and Mrs.
Mrs. F. O. Brock will be hos
tess at her new residence, 854
North Commercial street, March
Miss Irma BoUford Is the
guest of her mother, Mrs. E. G.
Mrs. 'John McCully f Hood
River is a guest of her brothers,
Hal and E. Cooke Patton. Mrs.
McCully has many friends in Sa
lm where she made her home be
fore her marriage. She has been
a guest at a number of affairs
during the last week.
Our New Spring
Stock is Now Ready;
Thousands' of pairs
of good Hose to
choose from. We
list just a few of. the
many kinds we have.
Women's Cotton Gordon
Hose at 25c pair
Jt is really the best value
we have offered in a long
time; this twenty-five cent
nose is a sure "winner, col
ors are black, white and
Women's lisle Gordon
t Hose at 50c pair ;
Mercerized 4 Cotton: Lisle,
they are comfortable and
serviceable colors made of
fine Egyptian combed yarn,
'colors are black, white and
Women's Lisle . Gordon
?. mm . mil-'
Hose at one pair
A perfect shape, and seam
less foot stocktntheIe-g
Ib wide and, elastic, thean-
kle is; narrow and. shapely.
really you -will never buy
.any other when you try
these. .' , - i .
'WomenY Silk -Gordon
U Hose at $1.25 pair
Women's silk" hose of un
; usual Quality and fineness,
j very finely knit colors are
black, white, navy,. Drown
i and grey. ?.? . ' x
Thread SOk Gordon Hose
I Vat $2.48 pair
; Superior quality f silk full
l- fashioned hoses for women,
fTias mercerized hem top
with reinforced heels, toes
- and soles, colors are black,
thrown and white.
Women's Silk Lisle
Gordon Hose at 75c pair
These stockings are made
to fit, and give service, a
very good quality, colors
are black; white and brown.
Women's Full Fashioned
Gordon Hose at 98c pair
Silk lisle full fashioned,
reinforced , heels and toes,
thus adding to the wearing
qualities of the stocking.
colors are.black, white and'
ized Gordon Hose at
This stockihglooks as good
as a silk one but wears-better,
it has an extra tvide
hem top and has double
reinforced heels and toes,
colors are black, white and
Women's Silk - Gordon
Hose at $1.50 pair
Extra quality silk hose with
mercerized rib top and rein
forced wheels "and toes, col
ors are black, brown and
Heavy Silk Gordon Hose
; aV$3 pair
Of very superior quality
silk full fashioned, black
clock embroidery, comes in
black only. '
YOUR MAIL ORDERS
carefully and promptly filled. We pay the postage or
express. Satisfaction Guaranteed -
; v or ' your money: cheerfully refunded
' Salem Store I
1 406 State St.
-. Portland Silk Shop
383 Alder St.
Mrs; Charles ; Cray,: who was a
guent in- alei last week, has re
turned to her home in Portland.
Mr. and' Mrs. A. A. Lee were
hosts Friday evening for the Pot
latch dinner clnb. Table decor
ations were done in yellow, feat
uring daffodils' and bright yel
low candles. Mrs. ee was assist
ed in serving by Mrs. W. E. Kirk,
Mrs. Walter Winslow and Mrs.
H. H. Vandevort.
The guests of the evening were
Mr. and Mrs. Vandevort. Mr. and
Mrs. Winslow, Mr. md Mra. Kirk,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Richards, Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Legge. Dr. and
Mr?. H. L. Steeves, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Baker.
Celebrating her fourth birth
day, little Jean Prohert was a
hostess Friday afternoon for a
number of small friends. A birth
day luncheon was served, a large
cake with four candles being on
Pink and white were the col
ors ued on the table which was
centered with piuk carnations.
Games were played by the small
guests during the hours before
Mrs. Probert was assisted by
Mrs. S. E. Probert. Children at
tending were Jimmy Nicholson.
Bob Clarke. Bruce McLeod, Gret
chen Gamen, May Louise Whit
more, Wayne Sheldon, Lucy Mil
dred Klein, Dorothy Grutz. Urvan
Krumm, Eleanor Luper, Eliza
beth Sarnswbrth, Jack MeCul-lough.
Mrs. Laura Mfmli and E. Ha
ven or liiiboard were married
at the Congregational rwonage
Wednesday, March 11. Ucv. W.
C. Kantner officiated. Mr. and
Mrs. O. F. Martin were the only
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bishop,
Chauncy Bishop of Pendleton,
Charles K. Bishop 'and Harry K.
Roberts of Hood River drove to
Portland Sunday. Chauncy Bish
op went on to Pendleton wnue
the others returned to Salem in
the evening. Mr. Roberts, who
is a student at Oregon Agricultu
ral college. Is spending his vaca
tion with his aunt, Mrs. C. P.
Miss Miriam E. Anderson went
to Corvallia last night.
The Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution- are offering a
prize to students of Salem junior
high schools for the best collec
tion of revolutionary period. Mrs.
Seymour Jones, chairman of the
Americanization work jf the D
. R., and Mrs. C. C. Clark are
in charge cf the contest.
Because if illness among the
students and the semester open-
men's clubs will meet in Tilla
ntKk May-,"1. -lT'n-l?.ae
cording to the Clubwomen's bul-J
letin which is Just off the. press.
A, previous announcement set tb
date as much later in the month.
"Teeth" will be the subject dis
cussed this evening by Miss Grace
Taylor, school nnrse. at the meet
ins of the Lincoln-McKlnley Parent-Teacher
meeting. The ques
tion of milk in the school will
also be discussed and patrons and
members are invited to bring any
questions which they may have
The Tri L club will meet to
night at Gunneli & Robb's studio
for their regular semi-monthly
meeting. The technique of photo
graphy and of a commercial stu
dio will be discussed by Miss
Kathryn Gunneli for the business
Election of officers will be held
Friday at the meeting of the
Mothers class of the First Meth
odist church. Mrs. Carl Gregg
Doney will entertain the group.
RCCLEARY: ATiWORK; WilER FAMOUS - STUDIO
Adele Garrisoa'i New Phase of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
WHY ROBERT SAVARIX ASKED
MADGE ONE QUESTION?
Without appearing to do so,
Lillian managed things so that
Robert Savarin had no opportun
ity for a word alone with her for
hours after her arrival.
She kept Marion at her side, the
child's hand in hers, all the way
home, of course a most natural
action on her part after more
than a fortnight's absence. The
most capitous of observers could
not have suspected her of subteV
fuge, for all of us know the
strong affection which exists be
tween this mother and daughter
so long and cruelly separated.
But as soon as we reached the
house she harried over to the
Durkee house, where my little
neighbor, her ankle recovered.
was enjoying her restored domin
ion over her housekeeping.
'I've been on trains for two
weeks," she said laughingly, "and
the hot water pipes were on a
strike in every hotel I saw. I feel
as if I hadn't had a good hot tub
in ages. I'll have time before lun
cheon, won't I Madge I suppose
you're going to invite me to eat,
'Katie would have giren notice
if I hadn't." I returned. "She's
been busy ever since I told her you
were coming, preparing your fav
"See what It is to be popular!"
Lillian laughed, and I knew by
the very banality of the expression
that she was "flustered." and I re
joiced wickedly at the knowl
"I see," interposed Robert Sav
arin, slowly, significantly, and I
knew that Lillian had caught hi
meaning, though she gave no out
ward sign of having done so, as
she turned toward the door, Mar
ion executing a little dance step
File for Water Rights at n" Bide-
cold?" I asked worriedly. "The
air is chilly today. Be sure your
shower is ice cold after that hot
Lillian wheeled, flashing an ex-
Tri-L at Gunneli & Robb
Lincoln-McKinley P.-T. as
sociation. 8 p. m.
Barbara Fritchie tent,
Daughters of Veterans.
Civic Art section, Arts
league, public library.
W. R. C. Aid society, in
Mothers class of First M.
E. church with Mrs. C. G.
Doney, 121 C State street, at
Women's Auxiliary, St.
Paul's church, with Mrs. V.
Jason Lee Foreign Mission
ary society, with Mrs. A. J.
Vlck, 1495 North Liberty.
D. A. R., with Mrs. U. G.
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This noted woman sculptor, Bonnie McGeary, in photographed just finishing the piece
called "The Amazon," which is soon to be placed on view in Philadelphia. Art critics who
have seen the" work called it a masterpiece. vj
Odd Fellows of Milton
The Odd Fellows lodge at Mil
ton, Umatilla county, has fued
,ith Percy A. Cuipv, state en
?!ncer, an application for autlior-
ly to appropriate watei from
Wr'la Walla river ' the irriga-1 asperated smile at me
ti r of 12 acres of laud at an es
limited cost of $3.t'0
Other applications have been
ilied as follows
By George H. G-jver, of Can
by. covering the appropriation of
ing the time when the colfectlons h"" from an unnamed tributary
mtifct h 'n baa hfn eTtpnded for of Clear Creek for irr-g,aUon of 44
No Way Ont.
"Madge, you are wasted as a
Wife and Parent." she said, capi
talizing her epithets. "You were
cut out for the one and original
fussy maiden aunt, besides whom
all Imitations would pale. Tell
Katie to put on double portions of
everything for me. I'm starving."
She was out of the door as she
spoke the last words, and for a
long minute Robert Savarin and l
were silent, listening to the click
of Marion's slippers down the hall I "Do Yoa Think
and the music of the child s happy
clear-voiced chatter. I was glad
when the artist broke the silence,
for I had been afraid to speak for
fear I should say the wrong thing
or betray my own nearvousness
by the banalities of commonplace
which were the only words that
came to me.
"Mrs. Graham!" He spoke my
name crisply, even authoritatively,
as if he had just come to some de
cision concerning me.
"Yes, Mr. Savarin?" I tried to
keep my own voice colorless, for
my instinct told me that he meant
to ask some definite fact concern
ing Lillian, of me, and I wished to
give him no idea of my real
thoughts until I had time to
weigh his request..
"You are Mra. Underwood's
best friend. I know, and prize the
wer frankly a fw questions, put
ting aside all consideration of my
There was something so com
pelling as well as appealing In his
voice that I found myself answer
ing promptly without waiting to
ponder the request.
"Yes. I will."
"Thank you." The words were
heartfelt, and his next sentence
was one of explanation instead of
"Yon know," he said. "It ii no
secret of the love nay, adoration
I have for your friend. You
know also what has stood between
us, the shadowy legal bond, to
that " His voice choked, bat la
a moment he had regained con
trol of himBelf.
"Forgive me." he aald, "but
whenever I think of that adven
turer that -criminal and reflect
upon Lillian' strained sense of
obligation to him. simply because
of bis bravery, I see red. I have
been weak too long, I have allow
ed her to sacrifice herself to her
Quixotic sense of duty when I
1 should have been masterful. But
knowledge, that I also have your I must be sure of one thing. I have
sincere friendship. Will you ans-1 always counted on Lillian's love
for me, which, brave woman that
she Is, she never attempted to be
little or disguise, I would not
speak of ibis only that I know
from her own Hps that yoa ar
In her confidence concerning this.
But I have not seen her for ao
long tell me do yon think that
perhaps her heart has changed T'
' (To be continued)
Abundant Hearth la assured
when the la good Hoed in .the
veins. Hood's Saraaparille la the
medicine to make good blood. De
gin taking it now. It U just what
the system needs at thU time and
will d yon great good Sharpens
the appetite, ateadlea the nervea.
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am week, according- to Mrs. U.
G. Shipley, regent of the local
chapter. The pictures must be
mounted and way be taken from
The Oregon Federation of Wo-
Housewives that re
alize the value of pure
foods that takespeciat
pride ia uniform and whole
kxm baking never fafl to use
You have positive proof
of the punty contains
only such ingredients
as nave been officially
approved by the U. S.
Pure Food Authorities.
Contains mote than
the ordinary lecresins
farther lasts longer.
Thafa why K Is med by more
leading Chefs, Domestic Sci
entist, Restaurant, Hotels,
Railroads than any other
acres in Clackamas county.
By Zachary T. Keyes, of Fos
sil covering the appropriation of
water from John Day river for ir
rigation of a five-acre tract at a
cost of approximately $600.
By Fred Buchmiller of Free
water, covering the appropriation
of water from Little Walla Walla
river for irrigation of two acrta
. . mi . ' '
in umauna county.
By Robert McManus, of Gatlow
covering the appropriation of wa-
I ter from Roc creek, for irriga
tion of 135 a?res of land in Lake
county, at a cost of $500.
By the city of Amity, covering
the appropriation of water from
Miller spring for municipal water
Bupply for the town of AmHy
By G. W. Eyre of Salem, covrr-
ing the appropriation of 60 sec
ond feet from LaCreole river tor
power development and manufac
turing purposes in Polk county,
By E. O. Waterman, of Antone,
Ore., covering the appropriation
of wattr from Spanish gulch, tri
butary to Rock creek for irnKa
tion of 20 acres in Wheeler coun
By Bert York of Murphy, cover
ing the appropriation of water
from Carls creek for irrigation Ql
25 acres in Josephine county at a
cost of approximately $200.
By C. J. Carlson, covering the
appropriation of water from an
unnamed spring for domestic pur
poses In Hood River county.
By W. A. Langille, of Hood Ki-
ver, covering the appropriation of
water from Lake branch 'of east
fork of Hood river for power de
velopment In a hydro-elecfTTc
power plant in Hood River coun
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0. B. WJLLIAUS
At the Liberty
"The Romance of a Rain
The lite history of Oregon's great goddess irom her am
earth to her departure to her heavenly home.
See the wonderful beauty of her cloud chariots; the majestic
mountains on which she alights in her visit to mother earth;
the verdant forests through which she roams in her passage
down the mountains to refresh the valleys and serve
t - - - $
in multitudinous ways. - ,
A picture resplendent with Oregon's native beauty, and des
criptive of her wonderful industries.
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Pronounced by one of the leading moving picture exhibitors of
Portland as being one of the finest of its kind he had ever seen.
Remember the dates .
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
Ye Liberty Theatre. : :
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