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THURSDAY HORNING, APRIL 24, 1921
. Phone 10
(Music week. April 20-27)
Let music be a fountain clear;
Let music be a swallow;
Let music be a silver cry ,
J To follow, follow, follow.
Let music be my song today.
And still my sons tomorrow.
To make my joy a lasting thing.
To penetrate my sorrow.
Let music bloom In apple boughs,
r Till every petal trembles.
And till all beauty's waking light
In my heart assembles.
f! An especially : delightful pro
gram is announced for this eve
ning at Moore's Music house when
a talented group will appear in
concert. The program which will
open, at 3:15 o'clock In the piano
roomof the ; store; promises the
following pleasing numbers:.
;Whereet You Walk: . - .Handel
Walts Opus 71...".... . . .Chopin
Thema. '.. . . I J-. iMoskowsky
. J , ; Kenneth McCoraack i,
"Sunrise and You.. . ; . .'. .Penn
Slave Song" ; i . . y Del Riego
"Christ In Flanders". .. :. . .
'; . Ward-Stephens
. . " ; . Charles Muston - , v
f A Perfect Day" (on Q string)
. . . . . . . . . . . . .. . Bond
"Venetian Love - Song" . i'. .Nevin
Stewart J. Scbriven, Ylolln '
. Wendell Helm, accompanlsa
"Absent" . . . . ...... .Metcalf
"I Would That My Love".. .'. . .
' , . . . . Mendelssohn
Leon Jennison .
Charles Muston. . s ;
Requiem ....... .Sidney Homer
tJncle Rome ; . . . Sidney Homer
Banjo Song .Sidney Homer
Romance No. 2 ... . . .Schuman
. Mildred Jaeger
"Parted" . v; v. .-"v.-.y v."; .Tosti
."There Are Birds in the Valley" f
i ... . i ' Lehmann
"Off the, Road, to Mandalay. '..
................ . . . Speaks
' .' ' '. Charles Muston
. .Mr. and Mrs. George H. Todd
of Tacoma, .Wash... passed through
Salem following a six weeks motor
trip in Calif ornia, to spend Easter
t the home of Mr. and Mrs. WVE.
Anderson, leaving , Monday. Mrs.
Todd Is a sister of Mrs. Anderson.
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' Mrs N. C. Kafoury, 940 Union
street, will be hostess this after
noon for. the members of the Kent
sing-ton. club.' ,; ; . . " : ; :
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The MacDowell club was pleas
antly entertained at- the home ; of
Miss Dorothy Pearce. 267 North
Winter. street early in the week.
" Mrs: Walter Denton and Miss Iva
Clare Love were guests , of the
group. A business meeting was
held and jtfter., the program re
freshments were served. The
evening's program included: V
Paper, "The Life and Compositions
"of Edward MacDowell,",. . .
. Mrs. George A Allen ,
VTo a. Water. Lily" . . . .MacDowell
"Concert Etnde" . . . .MacDowell
.. . .Miss Dorothy, Pearce
"Ah; Love tor a Day" . ... :
, Miss Marie Marshall -
"Boaree G Minor". ... .'. .Bach
"Child Talking to a Cat...-..
' , ............. . . . PaldowskI
Byron D.-Arpold .
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The Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet on Saturday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. II.
B. ;Thielsen. 1049 Court street,
for the April meeting. . Miss Fran
ces M. RIchardsrMIss Nell ; Thlel
sen and Mrs. Ivan Putnam will be
the assistant hostesses of the day.
FcrA.'J C!d TtoublQS
'TED. SCHWAB. '
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World's Greatest Tenor Banjbist
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Recital This Afternoon at. 5 p. m.
lie will play some of the greatest selections
. ever attempted on the American- Stage.
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We are clad to announce that
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This Evcninsr at 8:15
VIOLINIST . i .
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Will appear on our program. v
. SM V lu' tfV
a GROUP, of . members from
TL Mrs. Charles Park's Berean
Bible class of the First Presby
terian church were entertained in
a very pleasant manner yesterday
afternoon at? the home of -Mrs.
James Dusenberry. . The . guests
honored were those having birth
days in either March or April. The
custom of entertaining in this way
Is regularly 'observed and" adds
delightfully to th& intimacy of the
class. The afternoon was- spent
with needlework and Informal con
versat ion. Delicious birthday re
freshments were served. Those
present were: Mrs. Charles Park.
teacher Of -the class; Mrs. W. N.
Savage and, Mrs. William McGil-
christ. Jr.. members of the execu
tive committee; Mrs. W..W. Rose
braugh. Mrs' L. Chase, Mrs. F. M.
Harding. Mrs. C. A. Kells. Mrs.
A. R. Balrd, Mrs. Hester Harding,
and the hostess,' Mrs. Dusenbury.
- Miss "Mary, Flndley returned
home yesterday evening from Port
land,' having gone down on Mon
day. '.. . . i . ' . -': - .
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The -Leslie Methodist church
Easter; cantata, ' instead of being
given on Easter Sunday, was re
served until later. It provided one
of a number of successful; Music
week programs. Mrs. W. R. Bush
was the director. ' ; . Miss Laura
Pemberton accompanied. The As
sisting soloists of the evening were
Mrs. Marjorie Walker of Portland.
Mrs. R. W. ' Sitteral, Mrs. Jean
Pearcy. Mrs. Mark McCallister and
Fred Kruse. The program given
follows:. I ;; ',, ': '.. .. ,C-';
"Cry Aloud". . . .,; . Chorus
'Behold My Servant, Mine Elect"
. ... ... .. . . .... VvTenor solo
"Hosanna to the .Son of David"
. . .. Soprano1 solo. , with chorus
"All Glory,. Laud and Honor"
. . . . ; .i Quartet,-with chorus
"Christ Is Risen''.. Ladies' quartet
"Now When Morning Was Come",
v . . . . . . ; Alto solo, ; with chorus
"It Was for Me" (offertory)
. . . . . . ; '. . . . . .'. .' Bass solo
"O Love Divine". , a Mixed quartet
"Awake! ' Awake!". .Soprano solo
"As It Began to Dawn" . i i . ..
..... ... Quartet and chorus
"Hosanna" ........ Soprano solo
"Christ Our -passoTer".... Chorus
y:K-- :K ' . :; ;" ';
Thirty-five4adies of the Central
Congregational church were pres
ent yesterday afternoon for the
silver tea glvea in the parlors of
the church, i Spring flowers were
used in bowls . about the room.
Late in the afternoon refreshments
were, served. The hostesses for
the affair were Mrs. Robertson.
Mrs. John Rand. Mrs.1 Terwilllger,
Mrs. Keyes and Mrs. Coates.
One of the most attractive af
fairs of the season will take place
on .Wednesday, afternoon, April 3 0
when 325 maids and matrons of
Salem society will throng to the
C. K. Spanlding home, 965 Court
street, at the ' formal invitation
of Mrs. C. K. Spauldiig,' Mrs. Roy
II. Mills, Mrs, Walter Spauldlng
and Mrs. Lewis Griffith.
The Catholic Daughters of Am
erica are today sponsoring mi. de
lightful Easter sale, which will
open at 10 o'clock this morning
in McCornack hall. Flowering
plants, cooked foods, fancy work,
aprons and candy wlll.all be on
sale. -Light refreshments will be
served, A program, to be followed,
with . an old-fashioned dance, is
planned for the evening. : '
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. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kevin and
daughter- Elizabeth; of Olympia,
Wash-Twho have been spending
the : Easter holidays visiting' Mr.
and Mrs. Hal F. Wiggins, returned
to their home Tuesday.
, The xlass.in. interior jclecorating
will meet at the library this eve
ning at 7:30 o'clock. " The lesson
will be on "The Placing of Furni
ture." ;'' ;
' Music week. program at training
school. Miss Beatrice Shelton and
Miss Lena Belle Tartar in charge,
Special music at Realtors' club.
Mrs. Bertha Junk Darby In charge.
' Sweet Briar costume party. Mrs.
Al H.' Stelner, hostess.
Moore's Music House concert.
Kensington club, Mrs. N, C. Ka-
foury, 940 Union street.:
, Interior decorating section, lib
rary. 7:30 o'clock.
- Catholic Daughters. Easter sale.
McCornack hall, 10 a. m. ;
v.. ; Friday .., V;.s
. .Lecture, "The Virgin Birth.",
Mrs. Victoria Booth Demarest. at
armory. ; . ' ;
Operetta, McKinley junior high
Joy Turner recital.
Three 'Link club. Club rooms.
Mrs. Karl Kugel, hostess at
luncheon and bridge! J
Woman's "Aid society. First
Presbyterian church parlors.
Alpha Chi Omega alumnae aaso
elation, -Miss Mamie Victor hos
Daughters of .the American Re
volution, Mrs. Henry B. Thielsen.
1049 Court street, hostess.
Cooked food sale by ladies of
First Congregational church, Pig-
gly Wiggly store, t ?. ' j
Program at TB hospital. Miss
Joy Turner in charge.
phoenix club formal, at IHhee
club house. . ; , .
The matrons of the Eastern Star
enjoyed Man Jon gg at ; four tables
and "500" at three tables during
the .afternoon of .their 'meeting.
The Mah Jongg honor was won by
Mrs. D.-A. Elkins, Mrs. Cordelia
Cnpper received the high score f
cards.- The afternoon hostesses
were Mrs! Leon W. Gleason, Mrs.
J. H. Garnjobst. Mrs, R. Dillen.
Mrs. Fred Ellis and. Mrs. Abbie
Farrar. r ; . .
Tulips and lilacs were used ef
fectively about the rooms.
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Miss Gertrude 9. Wenger and
Miss Mary Alice Ives, in token of
the completion of undergraduate
requirements of the Salem hospi
tal nurses' training school, receiv
ed diplomas Tuesday evening with
the graduation exercises of the oc
casion taking place at the First
Presbyterian church.; Franklin B.
Lanner opened the program with
a , finished .interpretation of . the
Arenskys Etude, .following with an
encore. After the invocation, giv
en by Rev. H. L. Putnam, Ed
Thompson sang "ThTnimpeter."
The. address of the evening was
given by F. G. Deckebach, who
gave in detail ths history of the
hospital from its first days. He
spoke also of the new social
status of the trained nurse. Mrs.
E. H. Hobson sang in a beautiful
manner ? "Roses,-- Roses, f Every
where," I , and ; an y encore of
her own, choosing. Dr. F. H.
Thompson gave the charge to the
class which was both Inspiration
al and applicable. H. 3. Glle pre
sented the diplomas. . : v
The graduates, dressed entirely
in white, received many flowers
and messages of congratulation;
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Miss Marjorie McDonough was
hostess for the Junior Music club
for an evening program" -and busi
ness meeting; Miss Olive Shurts
gave an especially delightful piano
number, ; The games and contests
that followed afforded a variety of
amusement for the guests. A late
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The Lincoln-McKinley ; Parent
Teachers association ,.; meeting on
Tuesday evening opened with a
community sing. Mrs. La Moine
Clark leading. A business session
followed, with reports from the
county : association. ; As a result
of the membership contest the los
ing side entertained a3 hostesses.
The committee in charge Included
Mrs. Milo Matthews. Mrs. C. W.
Logan. Mrs., Homer -Ingrey and
Mrs. H. R. White.
" The First Presbyterian Woman's
Aid society will meet in the church
parlors: tomorrow -afternoon fof
the regular business session of the
month. ;'; The f hostess-group In
cludes Mrs. Clay Taylor, Mrs. W.
H. Steuslof f, Mrs; C. F. Chambers,
Mrs.; M.: Crouse. Mrs. .Harding.
Mrs. E. Shaw, ' Mrs. A. Edwards
And Mrs. Margaret Witch en.
BUYS STORE ;
- SILVERTONr Or.; April 23.
(Special to ; The ; Statesman)
Axel Larsen- purchased the L. - F.
Evehson Jewelry store and took
possession - Tuesday of this week.
The business has been .under the
management , of Ray Annundson
since the death of Mr. Evenson
early this spring: - - -
At Liberty Friday
TDMJX inuA.: i-E-A-AMN'UTE
Adele GjurrlseM'a New Phaae of
REVELATIONS OP A WIFE
Copyright ItaL by Newspaper
Feature Service, Inc.
WHY DICKY LOST ONE .POINT
AND WON ANOTHER. V .
Feminine moods and reactions
are curious things; almost as odd
aa those characteristic of the mas
culine mind. . . . ;
I had been exalted almost to
hero worship of my husband while
I had listened to the war reminis-
censes of himself and Dr.- McDer-
mott. But the curtness and the
evident distaste with which he met
my enthusiastic comment when the
little physician had - departeed
from the hotel suite chilled my ar
dor effectually and made me cap
tious, unrecsonable-and unhappy.
I slept but fitfully in the com
fortable but strange bed, and
awakened In the morning just as
the first daylight appeared be
neath the window curtains with a
vague feeling of depression, which
deepened to positive pettishness as
I heard Dicky snoring there was
so softening name for it in the
bed next mine. :
I rose npon my elbow and loot
ed at him sprawled comfortably on
his back with his- mouth open.
Even so good-looking a chap as my
husband could not overcome such
a handicap, and I ' said to myself
crossly that ; he looked like any
thing but the romantic hero I had
put upon a shrine while I listened
to the little doctor's saga.
I was going along very comfort
ably In a pettish inventory of the
deepening-; lines Imperceptible
when he is awake and animated
which the years were bringing to
Dicky's face,' when I chanced to
get another salutary glance of my
black eye and discolored forehead
in the mirror. I shuddered at the
thought which came, to me of the
narrow escape I had had - by
awakening early. Sunday Dicky
Lad awakened first and had Inven
toried my appearance!
I crept outof bed noiselessly
and bathed and dreseed without
awakening Dicky. : Years of house
keeping -give one the advantage of
knowing , the breakfast '. tastes of
one's family, so with the bedroom
door closed, I telephoned an order
to the dining room for grape-fruit,
cereal, bacon,' eggs, muffins and
coffee for two,-with the certainty
that Dicky would approve of add
enjoy the meal. j
"Real Considerate." ''
He called to me as I hung up
the telephone, and as I opened the
bedroom door I saw that his morn-
ng mood matched my own.
"What's the big idea?" he de
manded crossly. "Here you are
getting up in the middle of the
night and waking everybody t in
the hotel! Do you think they'll
send up a breakfast at this time in
"His irritation put the match .
mine. But the thought of the task
f had before me put out the flame
almost before It bad kindled, and
I was able to smother my 'resent
r 1 LIBERTY
Friday, 7 P.M.
HEAR THE OPENING CONCERT
On The New Smith Unit
1 ; BY ;i f
Oregon Theatre . Organist
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ment and to answer him with dis
arming matter-of-factness. ,
"They, said they would serve ft
in half an hour," I returned; "so
you won't have to hurry."
"I 'won't?" Dicky growled pro
vekingly. :; ' "Isn't that sweet of
you? Real considerate, I call it.
But If you think I'm going" to get
up to breakfast in half anhour
you've got several more thinks
coming, that's all. Eat my order
yourself or countermand It it's
all one to me. And for goodness
sake shut that door again. I'm
going to sleep."
I obeyed with a furtive smile;
knowing that although Just now
he believed ; every : word - he was
sayiag, yet he would appear at
breakfast nevertheless. Dicky's
bark and bite bear the traditional
ratio, a lesson which I learned
long ago, but which cost me many
titter and nnnecessary tears in the
tearing. : ; .
Wi;-;- --. -';-- .; - '. '.';;
"Oh, Dicky!" : . ':
That he would grumble all
through the meat I also. felt, as
sured by experience; - and, . there
fore. wa3 agreeably surprised by
his evident good humor when he
appeared in the sitting-room just
utter the waiter came in with the
breakfast. .. . . ; : ; - j
' "Now what's the program?'; he
asked when the waiter had seYved
the srapefrnit and we were dls
cussing it. "Have you any idea
; By Shirley Sharon -
For the Spring and Summer the less
formal character of evening dress
is indicated by the material rather
than by the cut. ... a i
Now that every one dances thioogk th
entire year one must have new evening
gowns in the Spring as well as in the
Autumn. ' For. the Spring and Summer
one changes the material rather than the
cut of evening dress Which is at all times
quite simple. Instead of the metal effects
the crepes de Chine, silk and satin crepes
and laces are- used. White or dyed lace is
very smart and wears admirably: Very
little black is worn except over flesh color
but pale ' pink, powder blue, mauve,
Luvin green and the pale biscuit shades
are used a great deal. The cape -bit
back ; of a tiered dress keeos the figure
Straight and is easy to wear.
.u m"rim. . t
i To Do ;
Copyright, Associated ISdtton.
The Story of an
Boys and girls consider it a priv
ilege to be allowed to listen to an
address by a : national executive,
such as Jhe President ot the Unit
ed States. But not more than one
or twp boys or. girls in a million
ever have the honor of making
an address to : a president ; while
hundreds of other citizens, famous
In public life, listen and applaud
at the end. , . . ;. '
When an advisory council of one
hundred prominent American cit
izens met at the ' capital of the
United! 'States last winter to work
out policies regarding the 340,000
Indians who live within its boun
daries; Ruth Muskrat; ah, Indian
girl of the Cherokee tribe, now a
student at.Mt. Holyoke College1,
made f a speech before . President
Coollage . in : which she presented
him with a specially, bound copy
of ."The Red Man b , the United
Statesi'V The book was one but
lining ' the. history ; of the; Indian
from jearTiest times.:, to the pres
ent day. -.The cover was beaded by
hand at the Cheyenne Reservation
in Oklahoma, to make a "picture.
On the! front side it showed an In
dian of the old day with his hand
extended in friendship to the white
man and on the other side the new
type Indian tilling the soil with
his plow. On the binding was
beaded the peace pipe, the token
of good will.
Miss Muskrat? called President
Coolklge the ;"Great White Fath
er" ;when she offered the book.
She told him Jn her speech of the,
where you Are going to begin to
hunt for Katie?", "
"I have the address ot her eou-
sins the only relatives she has in
this' country. I am sure she isn't
there, she's too active and restless
n 6 1 to have found work at once,
but they'll know her . address, no
doubt." -. . "
"Why can't 'I go down and in
terview them?" he asked, "and lo
cate Katie ; myself ?; Not that I
want to talk to her when I do find
out where she; is," - he. amended
hastily. "That's your job. I'd
only make a botch of It, But I'd
like to spare yon every appearance
Id public ! with that lamp that I
can, and resting, here this morning
would be better tor your nerves
than traipsing around the foieign
sections of this city."
"You're awfully kind, Dicky,'.' 1
said, "an. very plausible. I think
I'll accept your offer."
"That's sensible." he beamed,
evidently pleased with my prompt
acquiescence. "And no doubt yon
will , need ll;i your strength and
nerves. when you try to snatch Ka
tie from, the kitchen of rome up
per West-side apartment. I can
imagine the frozen face ; some
dame is going to show you."
; "Oa, Dicky ! " I ejaculated in dis
may, and I reiterated my exclam
ation mentally-many times during
the hours that followed while I
waited tensely for my husband's
return with news of Katie.
(To be continued)
Novices and Beginners i
To Stage Tournament
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The tournament committee has
decided to have a series of tourn
MON. TUES. WED.
His Latest and Greatest
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MORXINO -16 A- M.
CHILDREN'S MAT. IO A. f.
8 Boys and Girlo-StatkiiiiLii
- 4 - The Bissest iitO raper nl tl t7or!l " j
Inclian Gir v& Speech:to the President
various types of famous war chiefs
the Indians have had, -of the
ones who offered friendship and
shared their kingdoms .with the
white man and those who tried
to defend their tribes from the in
vasion of the pale faces. She told
of the Indlan,wars; and, when she
finished. General Nelson A. Miles,
a veteran of many conflicts on, the
Indian frontier exclaimed: "Isn't
she tine! . That's a great speech!
Yesi I've seen theni just like that
on the Indian plains." 5 .
.The. costume the . Indian girl
wore was a beautiful beaded buck
skin dress made at Mohonk Lodge
in Oklahoma. There were beaded
moccasins and a special headband.
So fine was Ruth Muskrat's ap
pearance and her speech was. de
BOOKS W W!lX OiJOY"
I "OUR. DESCENT
aments for novices and beginners.
This is. done for the purpose: of
inspiring interest among the new
members and the ; members who
play rather .infrequently, and in
differently. - ' " : - ;
. As an inspiration to start the
affair,:- C. P. a Bishop's ; clothing
store : has put up .two 'prizes' for
the : first tournament -. which will
be called the May day tournament,
and will. begin May 3 for qualifying.-;;
;; '?;;; ; ;y. yyy:':: .y'-. ?.
; The 16 having the lowest scores
will : be eligible to participate in
the - finals. - In order that there
may be ' reasonable accuracy In
the fixing of handicaps of the new
For a Trollical, Jollical Ride
Into Joy Land!
A Farce Corncily By An
il ... i f 1
livered with, such . coafl
It made a great impress:
members of the comniUt:
whom were not only
leaders but such folk e?
Jennings Bryan, . Mary
Rinehart and Will Ir? :
known writers, and 2.:.
Robertson, formerly cor
man from, Oklahoma.
President Coolidge f ;: :
all the gifts with wik
been presented since le
his office, none had t
graciously presented. T
bis appreciation and ad.
the splendid way in wh! "
extended her greeting f. -dlan
students ; of . An3,
President Invited her t
lunch with him and Mrs. t
THE ANIMAL STATES!. I AI I
playing, members and tt
average scores ranga alcv
requested to deposit the:
cards at the club house.
In a few days the list cf
will be announced who w:
pate in the qualifying roar
1 The; prizes o f f ere d a r 3
winner of the tonrnaniert
of golf 'trousers, and for
medal score in tie r4
rounds, a pair of: gc'il 't: .
- The tournament coon: '
observed that -.many of ti
ners and novices have b
natural ability, but show
practice and it sort cT
from their interest la tl z
At Oregon Friday
JOHNNY HiNES m scene Iram" Conductor t4SZ"
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