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-THE. OJtrfiOJaETATITAN. &AL.L;: 1, Olii.oUA4
By MARGUERITE CLEESON
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Z State Meeting
The annual meet of the Oregon
Federation of Women's clubs will
be held at Tillamook May SO to
Jane 2. Delegates from women's
clnbs all orer the state will at
tend, ' ; ; :
. Daring the business sessions,
one hoar will be siren for reports
by each of the six departments.
including American citizenship,
applied education, fine arts, legis
lation, press and publicity, and
public welfare. Reports will also
be siren -by', the chairman of the
scholarship1 loan fund board of
trustees and the standing dom
mlttees H - r -
, Mass singing will be a feature
, of the opening of each session of
the conrentlon, according to Mrs.
Ida D. Callahan, state president
The program for. tie conrentlon
. is being arranged and will Include
a reception on Tuesday erenlng
- Mrs. Sadie Orr Dunbar of Portland
Is chairman of the program com
. mittee. Among the speakers tor
the conrentlon will be B. F, Irvine
of the Oregon Journal, who-wll!
discuss an educational subject,
and Dr. E. O. Slsson, professor of
philosophy at Reed College, wil
speak on "Americanization. Oth
er speakers will be announced la
Entertainment will be furnished
by the people of Tillamook in the
form of a trip to Lake Lytle
where an afternoon session of the
convention will be held followed
by a lundbeon and a stroll on the
beach. The erenlng session, will
be held in Tillamook. Trips are
also planned to visit someof the
cheese factories near Tillamook.
The Southern Pacific railroad
company has promised a special
train for the occasion. Ixw round
trip summer rates will be in effect
at that time and will probably
encourage a large delegation,.
Mrs. Milton Meyers was choeen
president of the Past Matrons
club of the O. E. 8. at the regit
lar meeting Friday erenlng. Miss
Hazel Bishop and Mrs. Amoe Vass
were joint hostesses at Miss Bish
-Other of fleers chosen wereMrju
George G. Brown, rice president;
and Mrs. Paul Hauser secretary.
Hostesses, for . the .next meeting
will be Mrs. 9. E. Shafer and Miss
Minnie Moellen a .The regular
meeting day is the last Friday of
the month, but owing to this day
in May falling; on the night on
whicbTtbe "Creation' will be pre-
Jink Chaser" Helps? Joseph C. : fc;
Lincoln Write Famous Sea Yarns
day ;wni. be
h Some Real Snaps In
.1017 Buick four, first' class condition, license
and ready to go at a bargain.
CL1TB CALENDAB '
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sanne hall. 2:30.
PbotogrspHle Art section
ofArU league. Gunnel! &
Oratorio chorus practice at
First Congregational church.
American War Mothers, at
Commercial club rooms2:i0.
Salem Music Teachers as
sociation, with Miss Eliza
beth Lery. 563 Court st.
a PaTthfttrtaA rlnh with Vro
Carle Abrams, 104 Wilson
. P.E.O. wUh Mrs. Will T.
Kirlr "1S5 Snnh Lthortr
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SALE1 HASH CO. .
185 South Commercial St-.
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Josenh C Lincoln." famous writer of sea stories,' pounds
them-out under; the benign influence of this jinx chaser,
which a Cape Cod skipper brought from the Orient. The
bullock is small but potent, if you get what we mean. i ,
Meeting Will be
Held June 20-30
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Special Work kdj
' The delegates from Oregon,
Washington. and Idaho to the bi
ennial meeting of the general fed
eration' of women's clubs at Chau
tauqua lake. New York, June 20-
30, will travel together, making
a. more pleasant Journey,, accord
ing to present plans, Mrs Ida B
Callahan of Corrallls, state pres
ident of, the Oregon state feder
ation of women s clubs, says
Mrs. Callahan will go east for the
conrentlon. As-'Oregon: is jen
UUed to seven delegates, she says
she will, be; glad "to heir fom any
club women in Oregon who can
attend the sessions of the gene
ral federation. - . t
Fifty state federations repre
senting 49,000 clubs witb 2,077,-
4 S3 members, are In the general
federation. -This Includes organ
izations, in 12 foreign" countries.
China:' has1 ailarge federation of
women's clubs. A large, number
will .undoubtedly' be In attendance
as'; this is election year. 'Mrs.
.Tha,ma3 G, winter of Minneapolis,
the -present president, is candi
date; for re-electipn.';. Among the
other candidates la Mrs. Wallace
Perbam of' Montana, who is- an
aspirant for the office of second
rice president. ,(
The - executive council Z- has re
ported favorably on having -the
meetings .annnually instead of.bif
ennfcally. . .This, "matter .will . be
roted on at this meeting of the
convention. " "
' Oregon Agricultural College,
Cnrrallis. V Anrll 2 S .I Marie
Stenstrom. of -Salem, freshman, in
pharmacy, was oneor tne co-eas
on the rarsity swimming team,
which met the University of OTe-
mermaids , Saturday - after
noon. Miss Stenstrom was . en
tered in the 50-foot free. style and
the relay It Js - unusual for
freshman girl to attain a position
oa the varsity, swimming, team," as
all, the girls in college may com
pete for places on the team. Miss
Stenstrom has shown unusual
ability in swimming.
This was the first meet the
ciris have had with the univer
sity for two years and it is the
first time such a meet has been
held on the O. . C. campus,
The U. S. Grant circle of the
Ladies of the GjV.R. observed
their 23rd annlrersary and the
one hundredth anniversary of TJ.
S. Grant with a pleasant social
afternoon and program yesterday
at the W.C.T.U. hall.
The birthdays of three members
were also observed and Including
Mrs. Fannie Meer, Mrs. aMry La
Follette, and Mrs. Mary Gosser.
Victrola music was furnished
through the kindness of H. L.
Stiff's Furniture company, who
loaned a machine for the occa
sion. Her. James Lisle spoke dur
ing the afternoon on. Grant.
Mrs. Lizsle Ryan, president and
charter member of the circle, was
present. Mrs. W. P. Lord Is the
only other charter memberi Tjufc Is
not now an actire member. She
was unable to attend yesterday's
A'trybut for the county decla-'
matory contest was? held at Salem
ights'last night, 15 pupils par
ticipating. In the first dirsion
Uuth Chapman won the decision,
her declamation being ''Recipro
city of Smiles."
The second division, including
the sixth, seventh and eighth
grades was warmly contested. The
Judges finally decided that the
honor should go to Robert Speak-
er, who naa ior nis topic, jqau
The judges were Mrs. C. C.
Clark, principal of McKlnley Jun
ior high school; J. Sibald, and
Mrs. J. Fulkerson.
The Improvement league laid
extensive plans for the entertain
ing of the county , federation of
clubs in June. Committees were
appointed and it is planned .to
make it an event long to be re
membered in Salem Heights and
by othsr clubs of the county.
271 Chemeketa St.
CL'Wbod. Mgr. ",v
Next to y, M,C A.
, Phone 29iS
New Location at2Z9 State St
On May 1st you will find us at 229 State Stu,
back bf the U. S. Bank on the north side of
the street You will find our new quarters
larger and more convenient for you in every
,ways -.: 1 . , . .
It is a matter of a great deal of satisfaction
that our old location proved toov small, We.
know that "careful work and personal; service;
pays. - .'w-' - '
Come and see us this week,,it,wil bo ap- :
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TU?s OoerUndi 25 ndh$ to tht pHon; tlUtetl
ioiji'hakti ' fruwul Jtnitk; 130-inch tpring its ,
THE kind of people who
. own an Overland re
quire more than mere trans
portation, They require
comfortable riding. They
'require a good-looking car.
They require lasting econ
to be Featured
Not always is an artist really
appreciated by the people of his
own day- fame usually coming
after the death of the artist or so
ate in life that the appreciation
is of little ralue. But Bartolomi
E&taban Murillo was one of the
great exceptions. The people of
bis . time loved his - work because
they: could enter into it and un
At the age Of 11 he was ap
prenticed to . his uncle, who was
a, painter., As 'Jie grew older he
managed to lire by painting little
pictures of sacred subjects on
linen and telling them at the mar
ket placet while sitting among the
stalle he. had an; opportunity to
study and . sltetch - the city ' urch
ins and beggar boys as they f rol-
iced in the: sun. Tbo pictures
painted, from, these sketches are
among his best works and they
are true to life and original in
their execution. i'. '
One ot the best of these Is the
'Melon Eaters," which , will he
one of the pictures, shown at the
lirlng picture show ot the May
festival. Murillo lived from 1618
to 1682. He was bom in Serille
and. belongs to the Spanish school
of Andalusia. '
More than $170 was' turned
orer .to the American War Moth
ers after all expenses were paid
by the military ball. This will be
used by the War Mothers to en
dow a ward in the new Salem hos
pital. The War Mothers will meet
Tuesday for their, regular monthly
meeting in the. .Commercial club
rooms. - . V-1
"The Authors' Number will-be
the designation given the May
number of the Oregon Magazine
which will be gotten out by the
Modern Writers section of the
Salem Arts league. -
Following th success of the
Music number, it Is thought' that
the May number will be even bet
ter than the AprlL
PULLMAN, Wash., April 29.
Personal and social habits of the
girls at Washington State college
are to be rated on a sort of Aus
tralian ballot system, under a plan
devised by Miriam Gerlach, dean
of women," so the girls, will not
take uncomplimentary reports as
personal insults .
Tinder -the new plan,- erery girl
is given as many report forms as
there are girls, in her ' house. On
each form, the opinion of an indl
vdual girl is printed, without slg-
naturexxThen all the reports are
collected and sorted, ! and each
girl 1 earns her grades,' as imposed
by her class and housemates, on
neatnegs, " good' use of time, of
money, ot English, ana or speak
ing voice ; neighborliness; . courte
sy, public spirit, ability to cooper
ate, ability to see another's point
ot view and health.
The system is expected to give
better results than the Individual
criticisms or warnings or fellow
students or faculty members, as
it removes the personal element
If all the girls In a dormitory re
port a girl as extravagant, slangy,
or rude, it is believed she - will
make an effort for self improvement.
The New Improved
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then experiencing. , the . tisfc" :n cf B V
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"Quare Women" la a delights
fal story of the mountain -women
of the south, and their delight In
eomethinr new-Men if It is only
quare women wno come inio me
mountains from more populated
districts. - This story is in the
hMay Atlantic and will be followed
in June by "Taking the Night,?
I which, literally translated, means
'spending the night. Lucy Fur-
man is the author.. '
The "flapper" at least furn
ishes the writers with "something
to talk abont." and the latest to
fall Is G. Stanley-Hall, who will
! hare an article on her in the June
Atlantic It will be entitled.
'Flapper Americana Novisfflma,"
designated as a humanely scien
tific discussion of the jazzing.
golosh-flopwing unbonmetted per
son so omnl-present with us.
The novel of tomorrow and the ;
Itxope ot Iletion is usen up i.
1 length in the New Republic for
April1 12. Among the authors
contributing articles for the num
ber are Samnel Hopkins Adams,
Mary Austin: Theodore TJretser.
Zona Gale, Robert Herrieav Wil
liam -Allen. White. FhUlp LUtell
and Edith Fraaklia. jyjatt.
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