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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON '
THURSDAY MGTlNINGj JUNE 12; 1 024. ;
' 2M NEWS IN
-praiserfir Named- '
carl T Pope, Maude Stenstrom
iiiJ -Ivan G. Martin have been
ramed appraisers of the' estate of
:r ; Belle, urnest is.,-ana tvii
Uia a Naftzger, minors. ' .
yantod Women to Stem " "' .
Strawberries at Hunt Brothers
tannery. - f jneH
Mhrcphire Men Meet
Saturday night at 7 : 30 o'clock
there will .be a meeting of" the
Oregon Shropshire Breeders asso
tiation'at the Chamber of Com
mereo. rooms. P. "A. Doerfler, of
;acleay. Is president of the organ
isation. 5 . ,
C!i!Jolo and Other
; Cat flowers at Maruny's.
j-loal 'Account Filed
? Final aceonnt of Margaret Tlam
cer, executrix, of the estate of
fjioebe Hammer, has been filed in
tie circuit court. A j. -
I avin- Under W
. Paring of Oak "street, between
South Commercial and South. Lib
erty, a recently opened stree, is
tr under way. Some of the law
p'aces In Ihe pavement on Sauth
Commercial are being filled at
p.csent: - ;' .' i, j. -
C rsmft of Stock" -
ia the Kings Food Products com
j:iv.f can obtain information as to
t..act conditions of the company
ty calling upon Rev. D. Chambers
il'Jioat Incuring,; further costs to
tl emseivesr- lit " D.' ' Chambers,
member of, committee of the
stockholders. - Jnel2
I' roe Con vlctsi Received--
Three convicts were received at
the ; state prison yesterday In
charge of; Sheriff George A." Her
bert, of Baker county. These
tre. John Johnson; colored, who
will serve six- years for larceny:
; hnson was out of the prison at
V. alia Walla but six day before
jetting Into trouble in eastern
uregoo. Ho also served time in
Uaho The -others- were John A.
rike, four yeara.for larceny, back
aan, for he had, . "done tme"
tore" and- Ray 'Peterson," three
years-for larceny'.- ? .
: Oa city prop'erjty ; by reliaMe
; " rty; 5 years, ? per cent, " Ad
ii -s. A X, care Statesman-
V . -t Women Farmers 5
larormatlon-f regarding ' success
ful women farmers in Marion
county or the "Willamette .valley Is
I ;n sught by the Chamber of
Cc!r.rarce.; TboWVhtrirave- rntcie
a 5 access' of " small, Jtracta. or : per
e j knowing of strelf -wxnneTJi are
LwTHG AND FEEL SAFE
SHIS. aiOYEIt .. .
117 X Com'i. - Room O.
" Kicae 511'
411 Oregon Eldg, ', rhono 457 1
- :, fr'Ascacyi rt -'i'rt "
Ccnerai Insurance '
- c a the Electronic Convention
u Kansas City and - have in
called the latest equipment for
e diagnosis and treatment of
disease (Dr. Abrams' method).
' Dr.'B: Jf. White V '
506 U. S. Bank Bldg.
. Salem,' Oregon " .
In Business For Tour"
N. CWL Phone 167
LADD & BUSW
" Established 1C3 '
GcncrdL Er.nlrlht: Diicincis
Of rice Hoars from
requested to turn their Informa
tion over to the Chamber of Com
merce. I ' ..
Woman Speeder FlnH
Mrs., Gordon Vorhles, wife of a
prominent Med ford man, was ar
rested for speeding Wednesday by
Earl Humphries, state traffic of
ficer. In the justice court she was
HlRh Grade llano .
High grade, latest model player
piano, used only 9 months, left for
us to sell at only S 29 5. easy terms.
Tallman Piano Store, 393 S 12th
street. ' - " ; n
Judgment Is Sought
Judgment of $124.45 against
Charles I. Elliott Is sought by the
Certified Public Motor Car Mar
ket, according to a complaint filed
in the circuit court.
Assumes Business Name
The Eagle Damp Wash Is the
name of the bnsiness conducted by
R. W. Wolter, 1466 C street, ac
cording; to the assumed business
name filed with the county clerk
C. E Taylor, administrator of
the estate of J. IL Mosher. has
filed' an Inventory of the estate
with the county clerk. The es-
ftate was appraised by E. Roy, C.
E. Kramer and Dr. C. M Brewer.
Permission has been, given to sell
alI personal pr0perty belonging to
Dance at Tnrmr- Ka unlay-
mnsie by Five Entertainers.'
Albany M'an Arrestetl-r-
Jes D. Isom of Albany was in
Salem Wednesday night, but was
In too' great a hurry. He- was
arrested for speeding by Officer
Sproed ' and when he failed to ap
pear in, police court..yesterday .his
bail of S 15 was forfeited
Royal Ann Cherry Growers
Wo are ready- if or '' business
again. Phone 'RasJ &, McKenney.
JnelS : r ; : : " ' '
Would Become ;Cltlien
' Declaration of intention "' was
filed Wednesday -fcy , Frederick
Pommerening; or WbodbnY-n, .He
was 'bom in' Gross-PeBlof, Ger
many, April 25",, 1866, coming to
the United States by way of 'De
troit, -Mich., April 2, 1892: tie
took out - his first1 papers- on ! the
Uoolc for Runaways;
u Saleni poUe'yp3freraay"',were
notified: that Eldred Gordon ; If, 1
and Clydff ChainbjotJRosB-,
&srrg wre. .missing,;-: froml 'their.
tneir home, ana .were believed, to
be oa their way' to Portland.
Special Sale , ? i ''
: On' all stamped goods at . the
Elite this week.; 329' Oregon bids-
-r-jucoi : . . . ...
Cupkl Ttqsiaesst Better ,
J fThecouBtyr clerk's office Is do-
:ti; a gooA business at the mar
riage license bureau, these .days,
the following having . ,repeived
licenses;; . Charles - Cleo .Gilchrist,
Gold Hill ; chemist, i and: Esther
sneea, student-, route- ; Clarence
Qtice Howe, a lumberman of Mill
City, and Celia : Marian, Jeffer
son; Steve Nortech,, a car . Inspec
tor, at Umatilla, and Alice- Van
j II niton of Mt. Angel; Robert' W
Brown, highway .foreman, Jerome,
Idaho,- and Addie L. Worthington,
ALU MAKES x
O. M. Zcktroad
247 S. Cora. 8U ,
I'M . X) I(
; ; -r- SERVICE--'-
Cars for : hire without drivers. -
Day and Jflght Service
Tailored Suits $23 to $43
Men's and Young Mens
D. H. MOSHER
- Promote Good ' Health
i. ' Cottage Cheese 1
One-Third Cream - -EL
E. RD3EOUT, Proprietor
10 a. a. to 3pn.
6 J "
BHru hotel; Frank W. Martin,
mechanic," 771 1 North' Cottage and
Ennice BrownJ stenographer, 483
South High, and Robert J. Newton, J
han Jose, Cal., machinist, and
Mildred Gill, stenographer living
on route 4.
Special Prices ,
! On electric fixtures. 25 percent
off on all boudoir table and floor
floor lamps. I Ialiks Electric
Shop. 237 Court St., phone' 4 S 8.
Oofs Ruflding Permit
A building permit for a $C,000
dwelling to be erected at 1525
Fairmount, was received yester
day by Ercel Kay. Earl L. Fisher
will spend $300 for a garage at
1370 State. ;
The body of D. E. Dahlberg
who was drowned In a 'lake at
Valsetr, has been found and is
now at the H inkle Undertaking
Parlors in Dallas. Anyone know
ing of any friend or relative is re
quested to communicate with the
Hinkle establishment immediate
Hour of Meeting Cluingwl
- The hour of meeting for the
prayer meeting at the First Meth
odist church has been changed
from 7:30 to 8 o'clock. The meet
ingitonight will5 be led by Miss
Postal Folk Sleet ' .
Local No.f604, National Feder
ation of Postof f Ice Clerks, met
Tuesday evening at ' the home of
Mr. i and Mrs. Phil Aspinwall for
their - quarterly business and so
cial meeting. - The business ses
sion conducted by Joseph-Renner,
president of the local, included
the - election of officers for the
year beginning July 1, and choos
ing two delegates to the state con
vention which meets in Cprvallis
June 28. Following - a pleasant
social hour refreshments were
served by the hostess, assisted by
Miss Estelle Kaylor and Mrs.'Ben
ner Those present for the eve
ning were Miss Kaylor: Mr. and
Mrs. Benncr, -!. W.- price, J. rA.
Wright. B. P., Taylor, ,W.' G.F Ross,
C. Ti. McDonald," Charles Eyre, J.
B. Ulrich, U.- S. Bider and E. I
Powell, besides" the host 'and hos
tess. The invitation- of J. A
Wright to meet : at his "home for
the SeptenTber meeting-' was ac
Conference Date Set-; '": yl
Salem will see" the' iNicifle Ger
man Conference: October 1" to 6;
according to ."word received here.
On aceonnt of, the" ;health of Bish
op Evan-4 S.j Johnson,' he will n,o
retTrrn' toAfrfca." hut; wflV Iradtf
with' Bishop WUliam o. Shepara
of" the Portland areS of the Metho
dist Episcopal - chnrch. Bishop
Shepard will, leave Jn about a wees:
'-. . .v ' DIED ; - - - .-
STOCK MEIEJt Mrs. Sophia
f Stbekmeier died -at the - home
: - or her niece, June 9,-1924, at
the age of ill years. She la
survived by her niece, Mrs. E
:" Imlg, : sister-in-law, Mrs. M
r . Keilsmeier of Salem, two-neph-
' m, P; F: Keilsmeier of Klam-
ath Palls.- and" ; Rev. Edward
Keilsmeier of Cleveland Ohio,
v Funeral services jwill be held at
the German -Reform. church
- Thursday June 12, at 2 o'clock,
conducted by, Rev. Denny. In-
J . ferment will b m City view
cemetery. Webb funeral par
lors in charge of arrangements
ABRAMS At Glenn Falls, N. Y.,
. Jutift a. 1924. Chester M. Ab-
i rams, son of Mrs. T. E. Abrams
of 1465 Chemeketa street, and
brother of Col. Carle Abrams
and Miss Letitia Abrams, all of
j this city. The remains are be
ting forwarded- to Salem.' r'An
- nonneement-of funeral services
will be made from the"RigAon
.' mortuary. '
QEVERS At the: residence, 590
North Summer street Jane H,
J924,i Paul r,H.,;Deversi 4J6.::Bon
)otMr. and Mrs. J. MDevers
i and"! Jtrother of Richard iand
I Joseph - Devers, tall of; tfa is city,
i The .! funeral t services will . be
held from the Rigdon mortu-
' J ary Friday morning, June- IS.
; at 10 o'cloek-H Rav,-1 Blaine E.'
:v Kirkpatriclt pfflciatinfelnter-
; nrent will-be City Vleiv center
riio less 4
i rUHEItAU DlEXCTCnJ
expert ' Emhalmer
I0S B. CkureVPkoa Itf .
" Dmecraalad Eirrl6
NEWEST AND- JVIOSTUE ADJL YOF, SEAPLANE
BOMBING, SGOUTiNG AND.TORPEDOiLAUNCHING
v. '-3: :&'-:S:3H.::i '
I i t 1
A . :- , . . v, .4m
: -. : ;-; - y --.
This battte plane has been mak
ing a sertesi: of novel, teat flights
t under theupervision of.- XJ, - 8.
, Navy Sicials. It- can b usd riot
.only for bombing and scouting bat
for Africa and "will bold a series,
of conferences at the church's mis
sions there. - IMshbp Shepard. will
visit missions. at Loanda, Angola,
Cape Town, the Congo, Portuguese
southwest, and' East Africa' and
Rhodesia. He expects to- return
to Portland in about five months
by way of Palestine. Z. '
Typewriter Presented . ' .
! At a special meeting of the. Sa
lem' high : school student "'body
Wednesday morning Miss Bessie
Taylor Was presented wli h a Item.-;
insrton portable typewriter by Roy
Melson of the Commercial book
store. The machine was Offered"
by the store as a prize to the
student of the commercial depart
ment who won first place in d
typing-- contest: ' r - " -;
Salem 'Man Elected - .
At a recent meeting of the
board .of .trustees of" Linfield col
lege at McMinnville, Dr. Frederick
Thompson of Salem was elected as
a "representative of the - Alumni
association. Twenty-seven of the
3 4 trustees were present, and all
whose terms had expired were re
elected The report of the treas
urer, sh&wed that all bills had
been paid and the income bearing
endowment has an increase of
$180,616.62 .during the last year,
The booked assets showed a gain
of $190,273.77 during the year.
Asks for. Booklets-
Call for l.OOO of the "Trail 'era
to Salem" booklets has been made
of ' the chamber of commerce by
John' H, Running of i the Great
Northern railroad. The booklets
will be furnished and distributed
through" various : tourist- bureaus
connected with the .railroad.
Mons "Meet Frfday-r-
r, .Frank E N.eer, president of the
Salem . Lions club, will outline
plans for the year at the regular
meeting Friday, First reports of
the committee on objectives will
be given, . followed by discussion.
Members of the. objectives- com
mittee are Ross Miles, chairman;
C. F.- Giese, Rev. Martin Feresheti-
an, Guy L. Rathbun and W. P
Playground People Meet
Plans . for. the opening of the
Salem playground on July l will
be discussed by the committee in
charge at a luncheon at The Spa
today noon; " Alembers of the com
mittee are Fred' Erixon, chairman;
Mrs. La Moine Clark, Leslie
Sparks, Miss Grace Snook and R'.
R. Boardman, . ex-offlclo. ' Mr.
Sparks and Miss Snook will be the
directors this year.
Sent to Reform School-
Virgil. Roberts and Roy Fultz
were committed to the state train
ing school for boys yesterday when
they appeared before County
Judge W. I L Downing. Jack Sor
ahan and Roy Wilson, two. other
members of a gang who have been
worrying": the police and creating
disturbances- for. several months,
wCTeparoted, iath1s was efr
first ' offense. - Efforts to break
up the gang - have ' continued, .for
some time.- -' " '
WiirPmy Volleyball k " 1
Six members of tbe" Salem busi-
nesn'-mens' '-vollevbalf s class ;..wiUi
competes with ' teams v f ronr PoTt1and A. F; Marcus,'
land,-Astoria; Tacoma, Seattle and
Everett-as ajfeature of1 the Rose
festival in Portland Friday. Those
making the trlp from here are
Rev. J. J. Evans, Dn. L. E. Bar
rick. N. Hilborn, Carl " Wenger,
Rodney Waters and R. R. Boadr
Salem Glri JJeM ' ( t
Police yesterday notified Mr.
and Mrs. Frank W. Allen, 6Z
North Winter, that a young wom
an believed i to be their daughter,
had- been caught in a Portland
police roundup in which four men
were arrestedtfor various robber
ies Jewelry alleged to have been
stolen by the men was believed
to be In possession of the girl, and
Mrs. Allen was asked, to come to
Portland : with this. . Mrs. Allen
was at a loss to understand - the
situation, but left with certain
articles of jewelry requested."
Plan Kimball Future
In Portland r this afternoon i at
the- First Methodist chnrch. .plans
for the future of the KimbaH Col-
ege of Theology will be discussed.
together; with means of , financing
the .institution. Commissions
fromOregoa. andpartaof :Wash-
Yx - V . J .- ;
Is ; equipped to. '.. drop , torpedoes i
which on i htttingthe water move
txndelr thir own ' power towards a
target The' plane, Which has a
5 t horsepower motor,' la capable
Ington will be present. In the ab
sence ,of. Dr. E. E.'GUbertA dis
trict' superintendent,' .Rev, Blaine
E. KIrkpatriek of the First Metho
dist church1, 'will represent this
Birthday Picnic - .
The Women's Relief corpsr will
have a birthday dinner and picnic
on . 'the state fair ; grounds -next
SatUTday . at; noon. Members are
supposed to come with filled; baskets,-'
dishes and silverware.- All
patrioiic orders are invited.
'L. F. Blanchard nad Mrs. ' Ma
lina Blanchard4 were among Hub
bard people:in Salem ye'sterday. .
.Jack Mentor, former special
state officer, was in the city yes
terday. Mr. Mentor Is now desk
sergeant for the Vancouver, Wash.,
poliee department. - HeJ Is enjoy
ing a short vacation. .
Mrs. Andrew" Quail, Ella and
Mary '-B. Larson of Silverton were
in Salem Wednesday.
a Mr.' and Mrs. John Deller and
two .daughters Alice and Sara, re
turned -to -their home in Portland
yesterday . after spending a few
days with their daughter, Mrs.' Al
Kranse.' ' .-
i r State,- Traffic Officer Earl
Humphries, who has been in the
district for t a- short" time, expects
to leave for "Iflamath Falls today
I Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Friesen and
Tena iFjIesenof Dallas' were in
(he 'city Wednesday.
CiE. Stewart and F.. K.- Skeen
of Monmouth were Salem visitors
f esterdjjrriauij. ; ' ' ..',1-; . . . : ! "
j -Mrs. Hattie Dumbolten was -a
aeent .vieitor ; in the' city, from
Heod. River. -
; Mrs. S. A. Penne and'Hazal-C
Penn of Sherwood were in Salem
yesterday, v.. . ;.- -
s Mr. and Mrs.; H,; Snider and v J.
G.:Hutcher of Tillamook were out
of town people in Salem Wednee
day.. .- . -
i S- Hurd .of. Elkton spent- Wed-
rtesdayjn. the city - .
j A.-. N. Arnold, principal of the
Merrill, high school. In Klamath
cpunty has returned to Salem for
tne.summer. Mr Arnold' was-at
Liberty for, nearly-seven years:
City. Council Backing
Sim eral for Position
; Hearty endorsement of L. J.
Simeral, a member of-the -school
board; who is-seeking re-election.
is given by fellow members of the
city coun.cH. r The endorsement is
as follows: -. ...
"We., the following members of
the .city council, .wish- to express
our respect and. good wislies to Mr.
Li J. Simeral, who Is a candidate
for re-election, to the school board
ok district; No.. 24.. . - . . . s
"Mr. Simeral -, has at all times
workedfor. the interests of the
people and has shown a very co
operative spirit.; ;. .
"The endorsement was - signed
by , Mayor J. B. Giesy, Geo. . J.
Wenderoth, Ralph E. Thompson,
W. ,W. Rosebraugh, JX . B. Her-
riek.s W.- H. . Dancy S. E. Pur-
vlne. C. Van Patten, -L. II.,Sutepft
Gi .W.' Thompson .s Geo. Alderln, y
Pjjerce Given Beating
r - j..;.,.. By Quartier Brothers
PORTLAND, Or.', May ,11.
Warrants were" to be issued, for
the arrest of William and Albert
Quartier,. brothers, this afternoon
according to ' District Attorney
Stanley. Myerjs. . T ; .
L. R: M.; Pierce, recently en-
gaged in special investigation for
the attorney general was to a wear
to the complaints. ; . .
; Pierce,, according to this story.
was in a machine on First. street
last night . when the Quartier
brothers approached and set upon
him, severely beating him
Class Numoers itineieen
Diplomas were, presented "to 19
members- of the graduating -class
at Jefferson last night. J. A.
Chufchilly state school superlnten
dent, was the speaker of the eve
ning, 'with Mrs. Mary L. Tumer
son; eottnty school sul!rlntendent.
iJBresentin the diplomas
S CAN BE USED FOR
a .y :.
or a speed of- 90 miles an honr.
While nt a large as ther Martin
bomber, this type of ship is bigger
than the planes now in use
thronghout the Naval Air Service.
Angler Fell Off Bridge
And Drowned,' Is Verdict
John V; Bartnik, 29, met his
death .by- drowning,? according to
Lloyd. T. Rigdon, county r coroner,
who .was called to Scotts'.Mflls to
invastigate the", finding, of the
Bartnik, body in ( a small . creek,
lie still 'had a fishingpole In his
hand Jand it Is presumed he
tripped on a bridge,' fell'about IS
feet and struck on his head on a
rock,' thus rendering himself unconscious.-
Bartnik . went ' fishing Monday
afternoon, but .was not missed un--l
til the following-day.-- Search was
instigated and, the body found in
the creek.. Following, the report
bf the, coroner the. remains were
taken to Mt. Angel.
SENIOR 'CLASS' AT' UNI
VERSITY GIVEN DEGREES
(Continued from page 1)
ed to AlpTia Kappa Nu, "of Depart
mental Honors, of prizes and of
senior scholars for 1924-25.
. SoIo.-i-"The 'Lord Is My Light,"
(Speaks), Mr.-Rodney Johnson.
"Farewell Willamette" Kath-"
Benediction. Pres. E. C. Hick
man. - ,
? Organ-Postlude. March Triom
phale (Callerts), Prof. T. S. Rob
erts.. . . ' -' " ' ' .
' Mrs. Charles K; Spaulding will
go to Portland today to attend the
annual Rose show. Mrs. ; Spaul
ding has with" 'her as her house
guest her sisterr Mrs: J.iB:? Crab
tree of New berg.
Mrs-. Janet Waller went to Port
land Tuesday and will remain over
until the end t)f the week attend
ing the Rose festival. "
' ... '
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ml Clifford will
motor to Roseburg the latter part
of "the week-' and - will be accom
panied down by ' Mrs. J. M; Hair-
grove of Jacksonville, 111., who is
here for a portion of the summer,
dividing her time between' Miss
Cornelia Marvin and Mrs. F. W.
Selee. - - ' t '
Mrs. Kate Sewall and Mrs.' II
NOW YOU GAM
A six ounce bottle of Dr.
1 Carey's JVIhrshroot Prescrip
, tion '777 for 75 cents..
If you have backache or puffed
eyelids, swollen ankles or clammy
hands, it's probably poison settled
in your kidneys and ' the sooner
you get rid of it, the further away
from the grave you'll be.
"Roots and herbs are' best or
his purpose as Dr.-Carey, for 40
years a practicing physician, well
knew. "-' - "
If yonr kidneys are making your
life miserable the best medicine
is none too good. Cut ont this no
tice .take it to Perry's Drug Store,
or any good druggist and see that
you. get Dr. Carey's Marsh root
Prescription .777. It comes in both
liquid and tablet form and the
price Js only 75 cents.- Mail or-1
ders -aoceptedv--Ac v. 4
We. have a very ,. large assort
ment of the very best suits from
15 per cent to 50 per cent less
than you can 'get them else
BUY HERE AXD PUT
WHAT; YOU SAVE IV Ai
: riAVIXGS ACCOUNT
- P. STEIXBOCK,Prop
842 North Commercial
C.Stanton orRosVurg arrived ichurcli,cornfr of High ar
yeiteribay andi-wlll spends Bevpraljterjcat'RrCO p.-ru.- '
days In "Salem. They will be en-J ," Madauie Kurtif -anov J ; c.
trrtained" "as. Jionse"iTttess; whilff
here by Mrs. W. F McCall and
Mrs. F. W. 'Poorman.
"An" Interesting "new arrival .in
Salem Is Mrs. Raymond II. 'Ander
son, a recent bride, .who arrived
a week ago from Newport News,
and will be joined -by her hus
band this week who comes through
from- Philadelphia. For- awhile
they; .will make their home with
Mr. , Anderson's parents, .Mr..nd
Mrs. W. A. Anderson of 720 Trade
street. It Is quite probable - that
they will locate here.; Mr Ander
son has since tho war; been : an
engineer on ? a border - transport.
He - is a brother, of 'Mrs. E.' L.
Kapphahn. - -. .;
Mrs. Eugene Eckerlin . Mrs. E
A.-lkelley and Mrs. Eugene Eck
erlln,. Jr-i returned from 'a short
visit , in : Portland' Tuesday - eren-
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Eicker are
among the Salem" folk attending
the Rose festival today. .
Mrs. T: C. Smith, Jr., will be
aL Jvome this afternoon to - mem
bers of the Thnrsday bridge-
luncheon fclub. Tea will follow
cards. -: ., -.;.- -
Jtfr. and Mrs, Johri McNary en
tertained . the members of the
Merry-gd-Ronnd club-- Tuesday
night, employing : five tables "for
cards. Mrs. Charles K. Spaulding
was an additional' guest. -High
Score at five hundred went to F.
W. Spencer and 'Mrs. R B.- Flem
ing. The club will assemble again
next week, with Mr.- and Mrs. F.
W. Thielsen extending an Invita
tibn to members.
Mrs. W. F. i McCall, Mrs. G. C.
Dyer; Mrs. II B.-- Thlelsen and Mrs.
E C. Cross will -be joint hostesses
next week when the -members ;bf
the .Thursday club meet for the
final session this season a ses
sion that was postponed from, this
Week because of the Rose festival.
At the request of Miss Etta Craw
ford the members will spend -the
afternoon at. the beautiful country
vox: or tiojtj jonn urawiora near
Dundee, v ' - v
Mrs. Walter Spaulding was a
Salem- visitor at the Rose festival
yesterday. - - - - . -
Mrs. Z. J. Rigg3,. accompanied
by Helen - Roberts, - motored1 to
Portland Tuesday morning. Be
fore their return -home in the eve
ning they were dinner guests of
Armin Sites, and later attended
the performance of LIghtnin' " at
the Helligi : v '
' Mrs." Joseph Albert; Mary 'Jane,
4nd. Josephine; Albert. Mra,i 37. C.
Griffith and son Wallace Griffith;
will go to Portland today to at
tend the Rose festival. Theywill
return this evening. "
.... .. , j:. T ; '
After being, prevailed- upon; by
friends, ,Madaine Kurtichanov has
kindly .consented, to return to -Salem
after, her Portland, recital and
give ' her many friends here -, an
other, rara, treat. Saturday night,
June'; 14, in the' First Christian
w m -
V lIANUFACliniERS ,
Sulphite, and Manila Wrappings,' also Balclicra 7rrr
pings, Adding. Jlachlne Paper,, Greaseprccrr Glir: r
Drug Bond, Tissct Screeninsa and Spetiticr,
The Nature Wonderi Picture ,
"M LAND OF WHISPERiuG IIOIiZ"
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n BufrNlckle, the Explorer, Producer, will appear at c:
-'"'- performance. ,
l Mme. Valdeb Famous Spanish Dancer, -ViTJ Pic;
f-Her Own Creation,The Spirit of the Cricr t."
THIS IS DIFFERENT - - - SZH IT
2:30 nnifirp Nite Adults, IZc,
Chteago mnpt loved i.iv-r. m.
wont the Oscar Sanger iiplari !. ,
and is a graduate of the Lond i
Royal academy' of music.
She , has a beautiful lyric so
prano voice which has won a en
deal' ot.praIje.' by. Madame M .:.
Madame Kurtechanov will fo
several domonstrations on the vk
trola. -Margaret IIolden-RIri''- .
daughter of. Dr.-W.-B. Holden cf
Portland, will assist at the piano.
Tickets on sale at Wills music
store, Dixie bakery and Moore a
music house. The program fol
lows: ,' -.
Out of the. Silence. ....... Mosi
Open the" Gates of the Tempi
The Publican ..... .Van de Water
Saper Voreste Verdi
Roberto. JeDiablo . . . -. Meyer b ' r
In My 'Garden
Melisande In tho Woods. .Goetz?
Polonaise ............. Thomas
Caro Nome ............. V- i t ,
La Caplnera" ......... Benedict
Villanelle Dell Aqua
L'Ete ...'.i... f . . . . .'Chamlna Li
Vissi D'Arte , PufcSri
Lo, Hear the Gentle Lark
Clayelitos . .., ........ Valverde
Mrst Ethel M. DeSelm is a m r, v. z
Salem 'folk 'attending the Roso
festival Ja Portland today.
;. .- - ,-''"'
Mrs. William - George- (Ilazf'l.'
Downing), of Log Angolea la ; r
for a seyeral weeks. visit with ii t
parents, Mr, and Mrs, R. E. Ijown-,
lIrn.;.W.- Connel Dyer, . accom
panied by her mother Mrs. Clq.
bourne Mi Walker, who" has Wn.
visiting here -from f Newport, wont
to- Portland Tuesday where .
Walker ', will remain.' for fiever.il
days before returning to her homfi.
Mrs. IL V. Compion and I.
mother; Mrs. F. W. Within, r.: ,j
ucme me urst or tne weeK: irom
Stattle. where they spent Rhreo
weeks with relatives and fric-. .1.
During their stay they were guests
ai ine weaaing or &usa t iort vc
Withim to Forest Breaker. tL
ceremony taking place May 2S.
The- bride fomerly atter. I - !
school in Salem and later vLit I
here frequently with-her rictL-:!
and slstejr. '
Clean -..teeth tl.
right way wit !
scour." VVhch" yc : ?
teeth clean v. l: ! .
- ; Children, nil ti.r.2 ...