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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON :
. . SUNDAVImORNING, JANUARY 11, 1025
W PHONE 10 & j;
. FRITZ LEIBER
You wizard of the stage, whom Shakespeare's heart
Might hail his own creation all he dreamed
Superb and splendid, glorious your part, : ,
A part more real, at times, than life, it seemed. -
The scalding cauldron's prophesies your own; ' si
The daggers and the blood your ruin, too : . i
A ruin that ran deeper than the bone, I ;'
Till weakened, haunted minds confounded grew. : . l
How can you come untortured from the spell; )
Your mortal body rise anew each night? , '.'
Mow can you have such vigor, you who fell.
Who were MacBeth in glittered, wounding fight?
Can you another be, more real of breath. ?
Than this amazing one, the staged MacBeth ? - "
' : : ' ; ; Audred Bunch.
npHE SALEM WOMAN'S CLCB,
; X meeting yesterday afternoon
a i the club house, anticipated the
coming Thrift week, in Profes
sor S. B. Laughlin'a talk, which
outlined a convincingly based bud
get system. Of particular Inter
est la the business brought op was
the reading of a communication
from the State Federation of Worn
an's clubs asking the endorsing
of am act which will be presented
at the legislature nnder the title
of "An act for the establishment
of Kindergartens In the state o(
Oregon." This; the club went on
record as favoring. V'
. , Of additional interest in the an
ticipation of the legislative sea
son was the motion to open the
meeting of the club on January
24 to the women of the legisla
ture. Inviting them, as special
$ Other plana tor the near future
were those having to do with a tea
for the benefit of the scholarship
loan fund, and for a club card
party. The scholarship loan -committee
will fbe the committee In
charge of the tea. The members
include: Mrs. William M. Hamil
ton. Mrs. L. II. McMahan, Mrs. B.
E. Carrier. Mrs; Morton Peck,? Miss
Nina McNary, and Mrs. G. E. Bon-
"' The new members of r the: club
were formally introduced td the
old members at the close of the
meeting yesterday afternoon. Five
new names were added yesterday
to the club roll, -Including: ;Mrs.
Charles :,E. ;itoblin, Mrs. P,J D.
QulsenberryY ilrs.. .Claude Steua
loff. Mrs. John.'Erophy, and? Mrs.
C. B. Wmiame.- i . '
" Others 'who have been taken. In
this club year are: Mrs. IvaniMar
tin, Mrs. Ida Shade, Mrs. Jose-,
phine Davis, Mrs. Harriet Bur k-
heimer, Mrs.-.W. G. Allen, Mrs. E.1
O.' Moll.. Mrs.1 .Frank Rosebrftugh,
Mrs. E. A. Ling, 'Mrs George;
Vehrs, Mrs. D. F, Parr Mrs.; Bere-i
Da Acton. Mrs. Ji' D. Eaktn. Mrs.
Byron Herrlck, Mrs. Arlotta M.
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: Table d'Hote Dinner j t -
' : $1.00 j'.f'
Sunday, January 11 '
"Olympla Oyster Cocktail" "
Chicken al Neapoiitain or Consomme Au Ce'lerl
. . Choice
Gray Belle Special Steak Bordelajse Sauce
Shredded Breast of Chicken a la Kine
Baked Sugar Cnred Ham Raisin Sauce- ? '- -.
Stuf fed Baked Young Chicken Apple Sauce
Prime Ribs of Eastern Steer Au Jus . .
V ' : . Fmlt Salad Whlnnixf frvim r
'Head Lettuce Thousand Island , v i
. - - ' Creamed Turnips -Augratin
Potatoes Whipped Cream ' Potatoes
' v Dessert- . i
V Fruit Jello Whipped Cream
" , Gray Belle French Pastry,' Pie. Cake.. '
Peaches it Cream, Fresh Strawberry Sundae ' i
, Ice Cream Sherbet ! j
Tea 1 Coffee Milk Chocolate I I
Complete a la Carte Service
Music During ' Dinner This Evening, 5-Piece Orchestrn
Page, Mrs. W. L. Pemberton, Mrs.
Lester F. Barr, Mrs. 'Merrill D.
Ohling, Mrs. Martin FeresheUan,
MrsW.'lU PhlUips, and. Mrs.
Earle M. Daue.
The losing aide of the American
Legion auxiliary contest: will en
tertain the members of the win
ning side tomorrow evening at 8
o'clock at a "hard time" party in
McCornack hall. U ;
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A NUMBER OF DELIGHTFUL
farewell affairs have been
given honoring Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Arbuckle. who with their children,
Doris and George. Jr.. are leaving
today by motor for California. Mr.
Arbuckle will return to Salem
sometime soon, while Mrs. Ar
buckle and children will remain in
the south probably until the first
of; April, dividing their time In
Sun Francisco. Los Angeles and
San Diego.".4; ..j. , . ' r-.-f, : - li
f On Monday Mr. and Mrs. : Wil
liam McGilchrist, Jr.. entertained
at an attractively appointed dinner
for ten with the later evening
spent informally at cards. Ophe
lia roses, carnations and f ree-xias-
with delicate fern arranged
Ink sf cut glass basket, formed .. a
lovely centerpiece. Blue candles
were used on the table where cov
er were placed for Mr. and Mrs.
G4 L. Arbuckle, Mr. and Mrs. H.
R4 Worth, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cor
noyer, Mr. and Mrs. James Nichol
son and the hosts. Mr. and Mrs.
f A second charming affair plan
ned for Mrs. Arbuckle's pleasure
was the lovely 1 o'clock luncheon
on Thursday at the Colonial Dame
Tea Shoppe, at which Mrs; James
Nicholson was theliostess. Ferns
and k pussy -x wjllows centered the
table, ."with : ivory candles in ma
hogany holders used. Corsages of
spring Tiolets were favors to- the
guests. Covers were placed for
Mrs. George L. Arbuckle, Mrs. H.
Ki Worth,-' Mrs. Henry Cornoyer,
Mrs. William McGilchrist. Jr.. Mrs.
C. B.'McCuIlough. and the hostess,
Mrs. J. II. Nicholson. .
On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Hj R. Worth were hosts at the
Marion hotel at a 7 o'clock dinner
at which covers were placed for
12. The table was decorated in
pink and vwhite, with carnations
the - chosen flowers. - Follow
ing the dinner the guests assembl
ed at the home of their hosts
where the evening was enjoyably
spent In playing five hundred. Red
carnations were attractive in the
background. Mrs. W. II. I Darby
and Mr. James Nicholson won the
high scores of the evening. The
group Included Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
L: Arbuckle. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Cornoyer, Mr. and .Mrs. James
Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Dar
by; Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Darby, and
the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. II. K.
- The Etokta club will meet at
2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. E. E. Fisher,
515 Market street. " v :
An art exhibit in Salem the latr
ter'part of the month is among
the' recently announced plans of
the Salem Arts' league. Anthony
Euwer, the poet, was in Salem last
spring, and this year it is to be
Anthony Euwer, the artist. . The
same exhibit which was placed be
fore Portland pan ens will be
shown In Salem when Mr. Euwer's
talent will show Itself in an of
fering of book plates etchings.
water colors and sketches.
Beginning . Mm&wy
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Special Prices oh
For One Week
Formfit brassieres in silk broche, long waist; line, back fastening.
, . Sizes 34 to 44 f
Formfit corscttes in silk stripes. Made in long length with six -garters
and fpur elastic inserts. Sides front fastening.
Sizes from 34 to 42 f
SALEM'S I-Hn?,0 i
I I -i -n. W1- , -
Delightful interest In Salem cir
cles 4 attaches '. itself: to the an
nouncement on Friday evening at
a 7 o'clock dinner at the Marion
hotel of the engagement of Miss
Teresa Fowle and Mr. James Col
man Kriesel. ?. j: ,,. a
; The table, " where covers i were
placed for 1 4, was beautiful with
its centerpiece of pink carnations
and lighted pink candles. The
news of the betrothal ' was con
cealed In Japanese card cases ar
ranged at each place while unique
and interesting t Japanese place
cards which were brought from
Japan by the late Hayward Fowle
marked the covers for the guests.
Miss Fowle, the 'daughter of
Mrs. W. P. Fowle of 298 North
Capitol street, is one! of the most
esteemed teachers In! the Parriah
Junior high School, j Graduating
from Willamette university with
the class of 1918.' and having for
a number of years taught in the
Washington Junior High school,
she has hosts of friends in Salem.
Miss Fowle lg a member Of the
Adelante Literary society, and Is
affiliated with both the Eastern
Star and the White jShrine. ; Mr.
Kriesel, the son of Mr. and (Mrs.
R. C. Kriesel, is connected 'in '.a
business way in Albany wh erk
the bride-elect , will go to ' make
her home. The wedding will be
an event of the early spring. .
Guests of Miss Fowle on Friday
at the announcement dinner ; were
Mrs.' Burns Gillette Miss Grace
Babcock, Mrs. Margaret Montgom
ery. Miss Lucille; JajbkoskI, j Miss
Ada Ross, Miss lsieLlppoldJ Miss
Mae Bollier. Mrs.' Emil r Carlson,
Miss. Gussie Niles. Mrs !Ffed
Gahlsdorf, Miss Helen Gatke.'Miss
Leila- Johnson v and I Mrs. W. P.
- Miss Josephine.: Jaskoskl ;wa
the honor guest at an enjoyable
surprise party given by a group of.
her friends at the home of her
parents, Mr. - and Mrs. Frank
Jaskoski. The occasion was her
.Miss Elizabeth Levy-was among
those-having the pleasure of hear
ing Ileifetz in Portland last eve
ning. " ; j ;.:;
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i One of the most Interesting of
all Salem's social clubs is the
Thursday club with its personnel
of congenial matrons Irho meet to
gether for the afternodn once each'
. During the past week the clnb
was entertained by Mrs. Frank W.j
Spencer. Mrs. Robert t. Hendricks
and Mrs. Charles A. Park at the
Spencer home. rlolets and cycla
men combined in giving the de
lightful floral note.
; On February ! Mr. A.-
Moores and Mrs. Henry' Bean will
entertain the members. : -i
; The. members meeting onThars
day last were Mrs. Alice H. Dodd,
Mrs. B. C. MileSiiMrsiRv J. Hen
dricks, -V Mrs. E.. C. roes. IMra.
William McCall,' . Mrs. Richard
Cartwright, Mrs.; A. JN. - Moores,
Mrs. . E. Elliott j MrsJ Charles
Spauldlng. Mrs. Geofge, Pearce
Mrs. W. E. Kirk. Mrs. William
Brown. Mrs. C P. Bishop and Mrs.
Spencer. " 1 x - '
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" Joshua Smith camp si. the Sons
of Veterans and ; thei auxiliary,
and . the Daughters . cjf Veterans
will hold joint installation at 7:30
o'elock Wednesday evening in the
WOW halls. Especially Invited
guests for the ceremonies are the
Daughters of the American Re
volution, the I members of 1 (the
Woman's Relief corps and !the
Ladies of the. Grand Army, j
The' Woman's auxiliary of the
VMCA will meet at 3 lo'clock on
Wednesday afternoon for ani Im
portant meeting of the iear.. Elec
tion, of officers will tae place at
this time. All are-asked to bring
thimbles, needles and (thread, as
the time will-be spent sin making
cases for ; the recently purchased
silver. , j
: Redsice With the Rubber
Th lm. Knpp (ixir ia the
rdrr of the day..: So matter in
whf drc"-e jtii nrrd to r-fViir-,
th Robber Bandolxt will hrlp T
do it ia perfrct comfort pad itt ta
kborteit piblt time.
Model 13-R $U
Th'n attraftire mndrl Ti a ks
elal aidn-faateaiag teatura with
of t front clasp. j
THE SPECIALTY SII0?
i::r,t) reotka L. Swart .
4'i Court 8t.
- -Today -
Blessing of three alms basins.
Sk Paul's church. 11 o'clock.
':, ".j t ij- . BlOnday ii-l- 'r:
V Chapter AB of the PEO Sister
hood. Miss May Rauch hostess.
American Legion Auxiliary.
Hard time party. McCornack hall
-: Tuesday -:
O. N. S. club members meet at
O. E. depot, 7 . p. m. Come pre
pared for a good time.
Junior Guild. St. Paul's Epis
copal church. 2: 30. o'clock, Mrs.
VE. Kuhn 658 N. Winter street,
hostess. Election of officers.''
4 YWCA board ! meeting. YWCA
Tooms. 10:30 o'elock.
fj Etokta club. Mrs. E. E. Fisher,
515 Market street. If i'; i:Jl"f-
; i Wednesday
: ! Capital Ftve Hundred club, Mr.
and Mrs. W, H. Dancy, hosts.
i : Woman's auxiliary of YMCA, 3
o'clock. Election of officers.
Joint Installation, Joshua Smith
campJSons of Veterans, their aux
iliary, land Sons of Veterans, W.
W. halls. 7:30 o'clock. j
t iSalem Arts league, J. M. Clif
ford talks on methods of simplify
ing the calendar: Woman's Club
building,; 8 o'elock. ,
: , Woman's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the First Methodist church
evening tea meeting and program
at home of Mrs. B E. Carrier,
1065 Court street, 7: 30. o'clock.
jrl,:-ti!! ; ' ? Friday; . , . .
, Piano pupils ot Byron B Arnold.
Public recital, ,Waller. ballt at 8
o'clock.! ' - :- .- .,; ; ,
.Woman's alliance of the Unitar
ian . church, i: Mrs. f J. R. , Pollock,
602 North Winter, street, hostess.
;"''",i,.l? iP j:j.::i'H Saturday. it
AAUW luncheon, 12:30 o'clock,
Mrsl William H. Burghardt had
the opportunity of i being ' in the
audience last Sunday for' the lecture-recital
by E. Robert Schmits,
distinguished French pianist, at
the Portland Art Museum. : The
program, which dealt with
"Rhythmical Evplutlen from Bach
to the i Present Day,' was givien
under the auspices of the Franco1
American Musical society of which
Mrs", Burghardt is a member
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; jChapter AB ot the PEO slster-t
hood win meet tomorrow evening
with Miss May Rauch at the Court
The Salem public will have the
opportunity . on j, Wednesday eve
ning of hearing a ; lecture on a
timely subject- when at the first
general meeting of the Salem. A?W
league for the year Mr. J. M. Clif
ford win present! fully the matter
of simplifying the calendar. -.; )
This subject . is timely because
the. annual meeting of the Ameri
can Association ' tot; Advancement
of Science, ' sitting now in Wash
ington, D. i C. has just .adopted
resolutions favoring.it. During the
past few ; years several organiza
tions of business men .have been
formed at different places in this
country ' advocating simplification
of the calendar. '-
A short musical program will
precede the lecture and a social
hour" i will j follow with members
and non-members ot the league
equally welcome. '
Mrs. C; N. Chambers. 712 North
Church street, spent Saturday in
Portland at the bedside of her
husband. Cbarlea N. Chambers,
who is confined by serious illness
in St. Vincent's hospital.
One of the' most attractive pro
grams of the month is. promised
for ; Wednesday' evening at .7:30
o'clock when instead of, meeting
in the afternoon Ihe .Woman's For
eign Missionary ' society of ; the
First Methodist church will Spon
sor a program' at the home of
Mrs. B. E. Carrier 1065 i Court
streets The young married -"people's
and the business group class
es have alt been extended special
invitations for the evening. . ; 1
The speaker of the occasion will
be Mrs.-Wesley Wire of Newberg.
who is1 a returned missionary from
China; with, a wealth of j vivid ia
formation ' at her command. To
add further to the Interest of the
occasion, Mrs. Wire wll appear
in her exceptionally beautiful Chi
nese 'costume, . -H-
This will also be a tea meeting
with Mrs. Ronald Glover the com
mittee chairman for the 'erenlng.
J , The : beautiful service, which
pledged the new officers ot Sedg
wick post No. 1, Woman's Relief
"'DIAMOND DYES" 1
COLOR THINGS NEW
corps, was read Saturday after
noon. January 3, by Past President
Sarah Peterson. Mrs. Mary Lickie
was the Installing 'conductor and
Laura McAdams, Mabel Lockwood,
Susanna Botts and June Townsena
were honorary color learers.
Those serving for 1925 are: Pres
ident, Jennie Jones; senior' vice
president Clara vAdams;i Junior
rice president, Sarah Dreger;
chaplain, Helen Southwick; treas
urer Hallie Cameron; conductor.
Bertha Loveland;.! assistant con
ductor,' Florence Shipp; ; guard.
Mary Ackerman ; assisunt guard,
Anna Simmons!? secretary, 'Mary
LIckle: patriotic instructor, Lou
ise King; ' press correspondent,
Bernice Bouffleur.! ; ' '. (
The new president, Mrs. "Jones,
chose asjher color bearers Delia
Clearwater, Cordelia La Bare;
Frances Thompson, Lulu ; Boring.
The new officers elected presented
the installing officer. Mrs. Peter
son, with a beautiful bouquet ot
carnations as a gift of appreciaf
tlon for ier work. i-;A large crowd
witnessed the ceremony.
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A very pleasant afternoon was
en joyed ; by the memberaof the
Willing Workers class of the First
Christian! church when they- met
in the church parlors Friday after
noon for the first class meeting
of the New Year. I -' ; ;
The ' officers elected ; for the
coming year were: President, Mrs.
Beatrice Crawford' Newcomb; vice
president' MrsJ D B. Simpson;
secretary Mrs L 'Carper assist
ant secretary, .Mrs: C- A.' Lewis;
treasurer! Mrs. Chester Lee. J
V.Mrs. E, H Robertson gave com
ic readings which were much en
joyed. Miss Trlsta Wenger sang
in -lier customary sweet manner,
and Mrs.) Jobnj Humphreys told a
beautiful story. Piano duets by
Miss Helen Currie and Mrs. E. It.
Robertson concluded the program.
Hostesses for the! tea hour were
Mrs, C. A. Lewis, Mrs. D. B. Simp
son. Mrs. Earl Wood :and Mrs.
Clifford Elgin. I j J ; ; ;
The ' folowlng j were (present:
Mrs. H. ! H. .Stanton. Mrs. B. W.
Macy. Mrs. E. H. Dickenson, Miss
Gladys Hausel Mrs. Albert Cox.
Mrs. 'i Grant Teeter. Mrs.. . John
Humphreys. Mrs. jRelley, Mrs. I.
Carper, Mrs. Copp, Mrs. Muzzey,
Mrs. Charles Ruggles, Mrs. W.
Grtlton, Mrs. Conklin, -Mrs. J. C
Perry, Mrs. W. P. Ellis. Mrs. C. R.
Tauter. Mrs. A. B. Seeley, ;Mrs.
Wishback,- Mrs. it. F. Peters, and
Mrs,.. Will; ; May teacher ot the
A group of prominent Salem
matrons are those who .make' up
the personnel bf the CapiUl
Bridge club whick was eritertaned
during the mid-w;eek at the , home
of Mrs. W. H. Dancy, with an at
tractively appointed luncheon and
an afternoon of iards. - i
E. L. Baker, Mrs.
were: Mrs. Ho
mer- Goulet, Mrs! Henry Meyers,
Mrs. Jessie Jones, and Mrs. Wil
liam Waiton.1 The high score of
the afternoon- went to Mrs. L. F.
Griffith. : :':
The club members are: Mrs.
George G. Brown
Mrs. Joseph i Baumgartner, Mrs.
Frank; W. Durblh. Mrs. W. H.
Dancy. MrsJ L. T. Griffith,' Mrs.
O. C. Locke, Mrs Millon L. Mey-
dyetng and tint
ing is guaranteed
Dyes. Just dip in
cold water to tint
if ( l v shades, or boil to
Ij J-dye rich, perma-
T . --15-cent: cackaze
contains directions so simple any
woman can dye or tint lingerie,
silks,, ribbons, skirts, waists,
dresses, coats. Blockings, sweaters,
draperies, coverings, hangings,
. Buy "Diamond Dyes"- no other
kind and tell your druggist whe
ther the material you wish to
color ia wool or Eilk, cr vLcticr
it it Ii3f"i, cottoa, cr nixed r-o. .
uosjuuaf uJni asiiung
IJlcI---3I-mV jo Jliidg eqj,
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sajjuuoiniH iqHA9ui eqj
. Mooa svixv
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f sHooa! Avax.
era. Mrs. Frank
H. H. Olinger. Mjrs. George Rodd
ers,' Mrs. R. E.
Mrs. W. Carlton
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. E.; A
and Mrs. Fred
Iau with the
winter recital at
Lee Steiner and
iColony. and Mr.
hearing Sophie Bras-
I Byron D. Arnold will present a
group of . his piano pupils In mid-
8 o'clock Friday
Master Harold won the scholar,
ship with: Marguerite MacManu;
wth whom he studies, and is a
thoroughly gifted young player.
;Thegrpup "who will appear la
recital Friday evening are: Edith
May JenkSj Cora Mae Fehler.
Ruth Palmer; I Ann Reed Burns,
Mildred Drager, . Esther Elliott,
Elizabeth .Bonell, W instanley
Jenka, and "Homer Gouley, Jr.
' The members of the Woman
Alliance of the Unitarian church,
instead of meeting at the church
next Friday, will meet at the home
or Mrs. J. R. Pollock, 602 North
Winter street, who will be the
hostess.. - The meeting will be at
2:20 o'clock." with the annual
election" of, of fleers taking place
hat this time.
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"Outstanding, among the events
of the past week was the annual
Epiphany' party "on Tuesday whlth
wasvheld at St. Paul's Pariah
house, and which was attended by
'(Oonttaoa m pac 3
evening In Waller hall.- The pub
lic is invited. ,The assisting art
ist of the evenio'g will be .Master
Halbert, . violinist, - -of Corvallis.
MASONS IN ART
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Classes .starting in polychrome
and 1 compo work; parchment
shades; 'charcoal drawing and
,oll painting. 75 . cents. Start
your work now. -MAUR1NE
' ! j ART STUDIO
ttooml 25, Breyman Building
Bargain Square for
Monday and Tuesday
oo men vvime;U'Ooirij.
'.. Flannel . Special
I We have: arranged two groups for a 'general' tellint: end
i auiCKxusoosai. . . i
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J' (Note: No alterations, no exchanges at these p rites)
, Group 1
Exquisite Dresses of Crpe, Charmane, Bottony
Flannels, etc. trintmed with lace, ; silk and sold
braid; figured crepe and metallic braid.! There are
a few colors for evening i dresses in Jthis group.
Modesty prevents us quoting the original prices
on these dresses. Suffice to say they come in
many colors of Deerona, Cross bar 'Jerseys, Ilish
grade Flannels, Charmanes, striped Pophns, Tric
olcts, Serges, Pan Velvets - with trimmings of
iletalic cloth, fur andvsilken braid. -
- - : :i V.hcr? It Pr.ya to "Pay A3 Ycu C: