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V rS. GEORGE L. BAKER of
I '1 VI Portland! Was the inspiration
llor one of thejcjiarming affairs of
yesterday when Mrs. William R?11
entertained at a one o'clock lunch-
oa In the new dining room of the
v Gray ;Belle,; Covers were placed
tor 26. Pink carnations were the
"attractive table flowers for the
occasion. '.Following the luncheon
Mrs.' Baker returned to Portland.
Bhe will be in Salem again this
.j., ..v.:? '
V "The Sweet Briar club was pleas
antly entertained Wednesday when
;ihq baembers met with Mrs. C. C.
,Pagei - fThe ' atmosphere of the
meeting was political. Polk coun
ty candidates were gone over.
1 1 1 I; muse laiung pari in me informal
. discussions were Mrs. L. A. Grote,
iMrs. ' Glen Adams, iMrs. Al R.
rSteiner.-and Mrs. Arthur Utley.
..The ... hostess served afternoon
luncheon' following the discussion.
;The rooms , were attractive with
spring flowers. Mrs. Ed Pratt
' "Will' be' the next hostess.
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' '!,lUr. and ilrs.B. E. Sisson will
bo hosts this 'evening in the new
rTfnfng.room of the Gray Belle, to
1 26'guests. A pleasant evening
'program has been arranged.,
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. Mrs.; W. )W. Moore entertained
delightfully yesterday r at dinner,
f the occaiion being that of Mrs!
Moore's own birthday a. well as
.the birthday of one of her guests,
Mrs.' Campbell. Covers were plac-
d for Mr: and Mrs. Campbell,
' Mrs. Chamberlain, Mr, and Mrs.
WiH: Randall, Jdlas Dordthy Moore
and Ir.;ind Mrs, W. W. Moore:
- 'Daffodils,; were nsed attractively
A on the birthday table. The guests
of the day. were former friends of
't the Mooreg,
In-order -'.to attend the eleventh
. annual (Convention of the State
.Daughters of tbe?" American Revo
lution. Mrs. La Moine R.' Clark,
. vice regent of Chemeketa' chapter,
'Nrtll leave this morning for Eugene.
" -flThp sessions started yesterday eve
( nlnfcf registration having been
conducted daring the afternoon.
Speakers at last night's meeting
were Miss Ann Lane, state regent,
"and MIsg Hermlne Schwed. Mrs.
E. E, DeCou, who is regent of the
jLewis.'arid Clark chapter at Eu
i gene, received the delegates there.
! A . large group, including the,
' nine elected delegates, together
jrith. three' alternates, left for the
;. first of. the sessions yesterday
morhlnpi The group, which motor
ed downin; Included 'Mrs. Hlmb
, mite, Jrs.' IL T. Love, Mrs. Ho-
? mer. comet, Mrs, U...O.- Shipley,
'Mrs. It. J. ;VaIiton. Mrs. Harry
Styles, Mrs.sW H Byrd, Misa Lil
' liaa'Applegate, Miss Frances Rich-
- ards, Mrs. David Looney,- Mrs; B,
SL. Bteeves-and-Mrs.-Ed Jory.
' ' The' Nemo "500' : clnb did not
; meet last night as planned on ac
count of the illness of Mrs. O. C.
Locke, who was to have been hos
tess. Meeting this afternoon in the
parlors of the church, the mem
bers of the First Christian church
woman's missionary society will
have the interesting opportunity
of hearing Mrs. Myra Shank speak
concerning her local work. On
Tuesday Mrs. Shank spoke at the
Etokta Woman's club. . Special
trio music for the afternoon will
be given by Mrs. John Humphreys,
Mrs. Dorothy Taylor and Miss
Dorothy. Taylor. The program and
business meeting will be followed
by a pleasant tea-hour.
Five new women's organizations
were represented at the second
meeting of the woman's civic
league which was held this week
at the chamber of commerce. Mrs.
Richard Cartwright, the league
president, presided at the meeting
which was largely given pver to
discussion pertaining to the auto
park. Several plans were develop
ed for the beautification of the
grounds. The league has large
support, approximately 1500 wom
en, being behind the movement.
The new organizations represented
include the Rebeccas, the Macca
bees, the WCTU, Degree of Honor
and Spanish War Veterans.
Mrs. Donald Young is & guest
in Portland this week. She is
spending the day with relatives
Mrs. Stella Kellogg Drake,
grand worthy matron of the East
ern Star, will visit the Chadwick
chapter officially Tuesday, March
IS. A no-host luncheon will be
served in her honor at noon at
the Marion hotel. Covers will
be placed for IS, the group in
cluding the officers of the order.
Following the luncheon Mrs. Drake
will formall instruct the chapter
officers at the temple. The meet
ing in the evening will be in reg
ular order with Mrs. Drake offici
The Mandarin Mah Jongg club
met with Mr.'and Mrs. Lewis Grif- I
fith for a recent evening of the
delightful oriental game. Three
tables were played. Richard
Slater achieved the honors. Mr.
and Mrs. Carl T. Pope will be the
Mrs: George Pearce, 267 North
Winter street, Is hostess today for
the- north and west divisions of
the Ladies' Aid society of the
First Presbyterian chlrch.
it Oregon Agricultural College,
Corvallis, March 14. Catherine
Barhyte of Salem, senior in edu
cation, is a member of the senior
girls' basketball team, which is
one - of the contenders for the
The richness of the col
orings, the beauty of de
signs and the diversity
of patterns cannot fail to
impress all women who
come to view them with
their desirability and the
wish to make up several
new dresses, blouses,
skirts and especially
those who have daugh-
v -Mayor, and Mrs. George L. Ba
ker, who are in town in a political
and in a social way for a few days,
will be special guests this evening
at the Shrine formal dance in
Derby hall. The dance is the final
one in the Beries of five planned
for the winter, the preceding four
having been, as the fifth promises
to be, most enjoyable affairs.
Miss Eva M. Miles, the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Miles, 993
Court street, has been elected May
Queen at Pacific college, to reign
at the biennial May-day celebra
tion. Miss Miles is a senior at
the college. The crowning of
Queen. Eva I. will be at the hands
of Howard N'ottage, who was elect
ed cardinal by the women of the
college, the men of the student
body having elected Queen Eva.
The coronation will take place Sat
urday, May 3. An interesting cut
of Miss Miles was run in yester
day morning's Oregonian.
The "Book Night" program plan
ned by W. C. Dibble made the
March meeting of the Salem Arts
league a particularly interesting
one. Gertrude Bobison Ross
presided. The feature talk of the
evening was that given by Miss
Maude Covington, local librarian.
Mr. George Litchfield provided the
pioneer atmosphere for the meet
ing. He spoke from first-hand
knowledge of the limited reading
resources of the early settlers. A
hymnal and a Bible formed the
library for most homes. N". D.
Elliott brought a number of valu
able old books. One book he had
was a copy of the old, familiar Mc
Gundy's reader. Many others
brought old manuscripts,, books,
and letters. An original letter
from Ella Wheeler Wilcox was
shown. Both Dr. and Mrs. F. G.
Franklin contributed generausly to
the pleasure of the evening. Dr.
Franklin giving a wealth of per
sonal reminiscences concerning
many men and women of note.
Mrs. Franklin was a guest at one
time in the Eugene Field home,
gaining from the widow many in
teresting facts concerning the
loved poet. She also broupht in
literary items gleaned from the
trip to the Atlantic last summer,
she and Dr. Franklin having made
a number of interesting literary
stops. Mr. J. M. Clifford gave a
representative reading from Lord
Kames' book. Mr. Dibble also
spoke briefly during the evening.
For the April meeting, of the
league Father J. R. Buck will re
view his trip abroad from the
standpoint of art and the museum.
Arthur Richard Wetjen, who
has recently moved to Salem, is
the author of the first story in the
March "Sunset." It is a sailing
story of tropical atmosphere, en
titled "Laura." Mr. Wetjen is an
unusually successful local writer.
Mrs. J. A. Mills will entertain
the members of the Three-Link
Mrs. Reed Rowland was hostess
Wednesday afternoon for the mem
bers of the Adolynk club. Bridge
at three tables was the diversion
of the day. . Spring flowers were
used in the development of an at
tractive St, Patrick's day motif.
The five invited guests of the clnb
were Mrs. Earl Daue, Mrs. Armin
Berger, Mrs. Otto Hoppes, Mrs
Lawrence Imlah and Mrs. Burrell
Adams. The hostess awarded two
prizes for the afternoon, one for
club members and one for guests
The guest prize went to Mrs. Earl
Daue. Mrs. James Teed won the
club prize. Members present were
Mrs. Earl Paulsen, Mrs. Oral Lem
mon. Mrs. James Teed, Mrs. Oscar
ZeUer, Mrs. Jesse George, Mrs
Carl Chapler and the hostess, Mrs.
Reed Rowland. A luncheon was
served at the end of the afternoon.
Mrs. Paulsen assistingthe hostess.
The next meeting of the club will
be in two weeks at the home of
Mrs. James Teed.
John F. Mattes and daughters,
Adeline and Bernioe. from Deca
tur, III., arrived in Salem Wednes
day evening to be the guests of
Rev. and Mrs. G. S. Roeder, who
are relatives. ' Mr. Mattes and
daughters arrived via California
where they spent several weeks.
They will, continue from Salem to
Fortland and Spokane, returning
to Decatur by the Canadian Pacific
route. Mr. Mattes, former mayor
of Decatur, holds the office of
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hofer and
children left Wednesday for New
port where they will spend a few
Mrs. Fred Drake of .Portland
was the guest on Thursday of Dr.
and Mrs. E. C. Hickman.
Entertaining the Priscilla club,
Mrs. E. Hofer was a hostess of
yesterday. The aftnoon was
spent informally. Refreshments
were served at the end of the club
hour. Club members present were
Mrs. Fred Steusloff. Mrs. Lon
Wain, Mrs. Ida Babcock, Mrs. John
Craig, Mrs. Dan Fry, Sr.. Mrs. Carl
Webb. Mrs. W. B. Mott and Mrs.
A. L. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan
and little daughter of Saskatche
wan are visiting with Mrs. Mor
gan's parents. Mr. and Mrs. N.
Solomon, 1335 State street.
Tano club, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Kapphahn, 14 06 Court street.
Three Link club, in the club
Woman's Missionary society,
First Christian church,- in church
Golden Hour club, Mrs. Mason
Bishop. 1350 South Commercial.
South Salem Friends Missionary
society, Mrs. B. C. Miles, 99 3 Court
street, 2 o'clock.
Shrine formal dance, Derby
The West-North divisions of
the Ladies' Aid society of First
Presbyterian church, at home of
Mrs. George Pearce, 267 North
AAUW, silver tea, Mrs. C. A.
War Mothers' cooked food sale,
TXT formal dancing party at
.ters Jo ciotne. . .. we ; troy 4 all v our r silks . in
very - large; quantities - in connection with our Port
land store, from eastern silk mills, which enables us
to selltthem'to you at generous saving.
SeeiOur;SKow inHow Display
36-inch all silk Taffeta, plain and pastel shades, dl.QQ
i priced a yard ... . .... . . . . ... . vl'
36-Inch, all silk changeable Taffeta, frn O C
a yard .. . . .... . . . . ..... . .-. . yJ
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40-lnch all silk Crepe de Chene, good line of M AO
colors,, priced a yard .......... ... .......... .; V lJO
40-Inch all silk Flai Crepe, splendid new colorings, 7'E
! priced a yard . . . . . .Til ..... ........ 3
40-inch Canton Crepes in all the-wanted shades, &) AO
priced' a yard v70
38-inch Crepe de Leen and silk knit Menrlgold, 1 QQ
fit of the whole program for that
Everett Frazier arrived home
from California last night where,
lie has been visiting for the pust
Melvin Lien is building a new-house.
The sale at O. M. Biederman's
Wednesday gathered a very large
crowd. The free lunch was insuf
ficient to go round. Every one
seemed to be on hand and the bid
ding was spirited and lively.
The Pringle and Pleasant Point
Social club met at the home, of
Mrs. E. S. Coates Thursday March
6. A bountiful dinner was served.
The Mothers club gave a social
at the Pleasant Point school house
Friday evening. The program was
good, besides fruit salad and cake
were served. A small admission
fee was collected.
Daniel .Siewert, Pringle, -,
, Winner of Scholarship
Daniel R. Siewert, son of .Mr.
and Mrs William Siewert of Prin
glo, who is now completing a four
year course at OAC, is one. of six
successful applicants for the grad
uate course offered to engineering
seniors by the General Electric
company and will get a 15-months
course at Schenectady, New York.
Daniel will visit relatives and
'friends in St. Paul and Minneapo
lis on his way east and wllj begin
his school" course In the NewYork -school,
July, 1' of this year, 'i. s.
Nine -times in ten the tough guy
is .bluffing,.. Thejiardest , boiled
egg is yellow on the inside.
Sophistication seems to be .just
a slow n business of, . recovering
oneVawe of a million collars. 3
Out'where you. can't Wre a gun
man to ,do your stuff, tor ypu,
that's where the west begtis. f .
PRATUM, March, 13. Evans,
the Fruitland well driller, put
down a well for Sam Yates, the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Powell
spent Sunday at Oregon City, at
the home of tJreir daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Smith.
The revival meetings closed at
the Mennonite church Sunday
night. The meetings were well at
tended every night with extra
large gatherings the three Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Coe and
daughter Alma will move to Salem
in the near future.
Glen Smith of Oregon City will
be a visitor here next Saturday
Pratum will be well represented
at the Stay ton convent m from
both Sunday schools.
Fred de Urie3 would like to
have all those that drive to Stay
ton Saturday morning try to get
there by 9:15 a.m. to get the bene
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Tom MAIL ORDERS
Y Receive . earetul- j attention.
4 We prepay express or parcel on every purchase or your
post within a range of a hun- money cheerfully retundea".
dred' mlles.' -;
X 400 State SU -
, . Portland Silk Shop
, 883 Alder St, -
fl and -women should
ivoid falling . into thc
ubit of leaving off their
:orsets. if they wast to
ctain beauty of form
That, at least, is the
opinion of Justine John-
beauty aad actress, who
who . is making New
York a visit, accom
panied by ber husband,
Walter. Warmer, from
London, where he is
now prominent in the
theatrical w6rW. Miss
Johnstone., blonde, trim
and altogether lovely, is
an American bv birth, li v i
as is Mr. vv anger.
Prior to her departure
for London, several
years ago, Miss John
stone . was starred in
musical productions on
Miss Johnstone was
asked the secret of her
. . . . . . .
torm, mat . American i-fv-m -yy . t
girls migh$ profit, from ', a. 4 v;."
her advice and example, fe 6:i-ica
-My 'firm belief in the mTZ
value of a comfortable
corset aids me material- JUSTINE JOHNSTONE.
lr, in training my figure International beauty and actress nho has Jus$
along trhn lines, she returned from abroad.
Cain, "ine woman wno
persistently leaves off her corset can
never cultivate trimness at the
waist. Frankly, she is apt to b
ome.ilaWiyi:, a conditba- which, is
got conducive Jo beauty of ionn,"-
miss jonnstone noids a secure
position in the front rank of Lon
don stage favorites. When she re
turns to England it will-be to re
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Launch a Sale of-
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The simplicity of line which distinguishes the mode
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Replete with charm and distinction. Brilliant colors vie
with delicate pastel and more practical dark .shades.
Trimmings include tucks, embroidery, fascinating bead
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Navy Pearl Grey Egyptian Red
Black ' Nickel Orchid
NEW ! A Small Assortment of
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plain colors having for decoration a fancy
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