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T THE OREGON STATTLaWsALeX OREGON
TUESDAr'MORNlKa JANUARY,!! Id27' f
Lantern Star Social
The social afternoon
f'hadwiok chapter of the Eastern
tar will meet at 2 o'clock this
LSfirnoon in the Masonic temple
t'ufA program meeting.
Mrs. Corydon Rlodgett will
f rve as general chairman through
The chairman for the meeting
tlis afternoon Is Mrs. Jessie Craw
ford. Her assistants are Mrs.
Cora Heyer. Mrs. Amelia Boss
hard. Mrs. Cora Scott, Mrs. Mary
Dayne. Mrs. Ma B. Olson. Mrs.
I .Vvrtle Pierson. Mrs. Hazel Scha-
t maker and Mrs. "Wina Adams.
I The feature of the afternoon
Ja v ill be the readings by Mrs. Cnrrie
Honored With Surprise Party
Practical Nurses' Society
An interesting event of the past
vwk-end was the surprise party
niven in honor of Mr. and Mrs. R.
K. Peters, who will leave soon t;o
make their home In Hoquiam,
The guest Itsf for the evening
included Mr. and Mrs.- John O.
Humphreys, Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
Watkins. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Bright. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Oscar
Pade. Mr. and Mrs. Will Krueger.
Mr.'and Mrs. Clarence Townsend,
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Magee, Mr.
and Mrs. Perry Hubbard, Mr. and
Mrs- Clifford Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
Fran J. Sunders; Mr. and- Mrs.
I. J. Hayes and Mr. and Mrs.
peters, the honor guests.
FiTe hundred was the diversion,
of the evening, with" the "Jiigh score
noing" to Frank J. Sauders and low
to Rupert, Magee.---, -
Kefreshinents were served fol
lewing the playing.
(ifricral Meeting of Salon
Art Learnt e, Is Postponed
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general meeting of the Sa
lem Arts league will not be held
tonight as planned, on "account of
the play, "Rata,"fat the Elsflaore
theater. Instead, the' program,
which will be under the- direction
of Dr. R. W. HaTiV SVitz. will be
Kiven on the fourth Tuesday of
Benefit Card . Party. .
on Wednesdau '
A benefit card-- party will be
sponsored by members -of the Al
tar society onyeflnesday, Jan
12. at 2 o'clock at Stv Joseph's
auditorium at the, corner of Che
tneketa and North' "Winter streets.
A 25 cent adnalsstSh f&P-mfii be;
charged. "AH"1 'are rfnvfted' to at-
Ms' i .
nidn of'-lhe affair, will be assisted
by Miss Cashmere, Dr. Theresa
Shot)&5irs. Reddirtg and Mrs.
Prominent Literary People
Will Attend Sandburg
Lecture Next Monday
James Sterens, the famous
jiuthor of "Brawnyman and "Paul
Btiuvan" is exneeted to come to
V Salem from Seattle and accom-
fj pany Willard Wattle, the poet,
4 now teachiner atOre-on Aericnl-
tural college, to hear Carl Sand
burg lecture at, Waller Hall next
Monday evening. From all flc
coanrs thrs event 'will be the lit
erary triumph of 4he year. Chas.
Alexander, the Oregon novelist,
wifl, briefly introduce Mr. Sand
burg, while in the audience, be
side James Stevens and Professor
Wattle, there will be present vir
tually every Oregon writer. Among
them will be Howard McKinley
Coining of Portland, whose first
book of verse is being published
nejtl' month by Harold Vinal of
York city; W, F. C. Thach
i r, professor of short story writ
ing at the University o Oregon
j-nd writer for the Atlantic MoiHh-t
ly; Charles Oluf Olson, writer for
the American Mercury; Alexander
Hull of New berg, writer for Scr lo
ners, and possibly Edison Mar
shall, the famous novelist of Med
ford. iH'legations are promised
from Heed college, University of
On s?on. Monmouth normal school,
Oregon Agricultural college, and
J! schools in the Salem vicinity.
As one of the greatest living Am-
ler can writers. Carl Sandburg win,
be assured of an appreciative audi--
ene during his only appearance
. YWCA Hoard Meeting
A board meeting of the YWCA
ofiwiil bo held at 10 o'clock thi-i.
morning in the association rooms.
Mis Pearce Returns
Miss Helen Pearce has returned
to the University of California at
Berkeley after spending amonth
in Salem as the house guest of
her mother, Mrs. George J. Pearce.
Drunk College Helpers
Will Meet on Friday
airs. Fred Ewfng will be hostess
week for members of the
Brush College Helpers who will
meet on Friday instead of on
Thursday. The speaker of the af
ternoon will be Mr. Ewfng's sister,
Mrs. McElwrath, an instructor at
Oregon Agricultural college, who
has recently returned from a trip
Story Telling Section
Members of the story telling
section of the Salem Arts league
will meet at 7 o'clock Wednesday
evening at the home of Mrs. Clif
ton Mudd at 1715 North Capitol
Return From California
Mr. and Mrs. Jiadoc Kiggs are
home from a two months' winy in
Visitors From Portland
Mr. and Mrs. John Brophy en
tertained as their house guests on
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cole Mc-
Kirov and John Syivcster of Port-
lana. un Monaay Airs, uropny
accompanied the McElroys to Al
bany to. spend the day.
Mr. and Mrs. C; C. Chapman
r.f Portland have arrived in Salem
to attend the sessions of the legis
lrture. Miss Levy Returns
-Miss Klizabeth Levy, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. S. Lely. arrived
home on Sunday from Philadelphia
where she was the guest erf her
uncle Over the. holidays, Mr. land
Mrs. Levy met their daughter in
Dinner Party Honors Fifth
Birtfulay of Eileen ' Holden
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holden
were hosts kt:an a ttrac'tlve din
ner party n Sat urdajpk given in
honor of the fifth birthday anni
versary of their daughter, Eileen.
The table was beautifully decor
ated tfor iSVhjt , occasion. A red
Jejlo-cake, holding five tiny red
candles, was placedin the center,
whfle red, twisted streamers ex
tt nded from the cake to each favor
cup. Each favor eta$ was filled
with red aand white candies. An
individual cake, decorated with a
red candle, was placed at each
cover. Picture napkins vere used.
The red and" , white . decorative
scheme was carried out extensive
ly both in the decorations and the
refreshments. Each 'child blew
out his own tiny -red candles.
The afternoon was spent in
playing games under the direction
of Mlas Finster.
Covers were placed for the fol
lowing , little folks: Miss Zilla
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ON THE STAGE
1 The greatest novelty show
ever produced for the public
A CARGO OF WONDERFUL GIFTS
FOR YOU IFREE
LOTS OF FUN t
HERE EVERY SATURDAY NITE
O ' m ii mil i i i-i ii r. i rrii-T t.i-rj
YWCA board meeting. Asso
ciation rooms, 10 o'clock.
Junior Guild of St. Paul
church. Mrs. W. Carlton Smith
hostess, 2:30 o'clock.
Chadwiek chapter of the East
ern Star Social Afternoon club.
Masonic temple, 2 o'clock.
Dorcas society of the Lutheran
church. Mrs. H. D. Watson, 1894
N Church street, hostess, assisted
by Mrs. Jacob Weizel, 2 o'clock.
Story telling section. Mrs. Clif
ton Mudd, hostess, 7 o'clock.
Brush College Helpers. Mrs.
Fred Ewing. hostess.
Frogley, Miss Pauline McMan
nemy, Miss Betty L. McMannemy,
Miss Jeanette Eilers, Miss Evelyn
Cain' Miss Opal Cain, Albert Ev-
ans and the guest of honor, Miss
At a second table the following
were served: Mrs. Frank Evans.
Mrs. Ben Eilers. Mrs. McMannemy,
Mr. and -Mrs. A. W. Buell, Miss
Wilma Finster and the hosts, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Holden.
Junior Guild Will Meet
Mrs. W. Carlton Smith will be
hostess this afternoon at 2:'0
o'clock at her home at the Roberts
apartments for members of the
junior guild of St. Paul's Episco
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Peters
The Practical Nurses' society
will meet on Wednesday. Jan. 12,
at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Fred Jason,
1010 North Cottage street. All
members are asked to be present
as the business 1b important.
Recivlar MeeAina of
Class to be Wednesday
The regular meeting of the
Young Married People's class of
the First Presbyterian church will
be held in the church parlors on
Wednesday evening. Each fam
ily is bringing a covered dish and
rolls for a pot-luck supper, which
w;ill start at 6::?n. An excellent
program has been arranged which
will include numbers by Mrs. F.
E. Mercer, R. I. Barton and Jas.
P. Smart. A surprise "blow-out"
is also planned to conclude the
evening's entertainment. The com
mittee in charge, under the chair
manship of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
P. Bates, includes Mr. and Mrs.
Waldo Mills. A. R. Beard, Henry
Gilbert and E. J. Weiser.
H. T. Love, the Jeweler, 3S5
State St. 'High quality jewelry,
silverware "and diamonds. The
gold standard of values. Once a
buyer always a customer. ()
Vibbert & Todd Electric store,
High at Ferry' Sasv Agents for the
Easy Washer. Good service and
low prices are bringing an increas
ing trade to this store. ()
Patton's Bo6k -Store offers all
the latest in Birthday Cards. Try
them. Ask to be shown the fun
niest of all cards, Scotch Birthday.
340 State St. ()
Buster Brown Shoe Store, High
class, stylish looking, comfort
giving, long wearing shoes for the
least money. Come end be con
vinced. 125 N. Com"l. ()
Mrs. H. P. Stith. millinery.
Most beautiful hats in Salem; all
shapes and colors; full stock from
which to mtfke fine - selections.
Best quality. 333 State St. ()
HI TO TOST
Local Manager of the Tele
phone Company Gives in
Next after the inauguration f
New York-London telephone ser
vice last Friday, the second con
spicuous event in ttfe field of Com
munication this month promises
to be the dedication of the new
northern transcontinental tele
phone circuit from the Piclfitf
northwest to Chicago and NeW
York some time early next Week.
Manager W. H. Dancy of; the
telephone company in Salem notes
an interesting coincidence in ! this
connection. The first transconti
nental telephone "conversations
took place Just 12 years ago. ;The
pioneer line from coast to coast
wes dedicated between New York
and San Francisco January 25,
It is probable that the formal
inauguration of service oa this
new line will be preceded by one
or two conversations from Port
land and Seattle to New York; be
tween telephone executives. Tjiere
will be no elaborate ceremonies,
as the line is in demand for use
by the business world.
One feature of the construction
ot this new line is o special inter
est. The "cross-arms" on the tel
ephone poles supporting the wire
represents a total of 1,240000
board feet of dressed lumber,
which would fill one freight train
of about SO cars.
Ira W. Jorgensen, a50 S. High
St. Parts for all makes of cars.
Best equipped auto accessory store
In this section. Prompt and re
liable service the rule. ()
tJlrlch & Roberts, realtors, 122"
N. Commercial St., know property
values and make for you profit
able Investments. w:il both save
and make you money. ()
Sellwood Trojans Seek I
Game With Blackcats
The Black Cats, speedy local in
dependent basketball team, are ac
quiring state wide fame, it became
apparent over the w-eek-end when
the manager of the Sellwood Tro
jans, a team developed at Sell-
Cooperatiori-the first principle f success
All Union Men and Women, your Friends' and Families, are requested lo be CONSISTENT,
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY and LOCAL MERCHANTS. The following BUSINESS INTER
BSTS of our city solicit the support of all Working People and, together with all firms employing
Unjon Labor or displaying the Union Card are recommended by the Salem Trades & Labor .Council.
ARMY AN1 OUTING STORK
Army &. Outing Stores
1J N. Commercial Phono 1828
;injcrich Motor & Tire Co.
515 S. Commercial Phone 0;J5
Marion Automobile Co.
2S5 H. Commercial Phone 362
Newton Chevrolet Co.
525 cnemeketa Phone 1000
Valley Motor Co.
204 N. High Phone 1095
S8) S. High Phone 1841
' 'Better "Yet Baking Co.
264 -N.' Commercial Phone 544
121 K. Commercial Phone 1057
1 70 N. Commercial " Phone 308
BRICK AND TILE
ittlem Bi-ick & Tile Co.
Tile Koad Phono 917
Dr. O. L. Scott
256 N. High Phone 87
CLEANERS AND DYERS
1245 State Phone 703
Hillpot A Son
305 State X. LaM A Bush Bk.
240 X. Commercial Phone 973
COAL AND WOOD
Tlillman Fuel Co.
1245 Broadway Phone 1855;
.Lariner Transfer Co.
143 S. Liberty Phone 030,
Capital City Cooperative
137 S. -Commercial Phone 299 .
Marion Creamery Co. ;
206 S. Commercial Phone 688
91 0 S. Commercial Thone 725
Salem Sanitary Milk Co.
1857 State Phone 816
C. X Breier Co. 7 i
Directors Department Store i
188 "S. Commercial Phone 460
Worth's Department Store l
if7 fii Liberty Vhone 132
C. & C. Store
Xorth Commercial "':
yroaA Park, Portland, and which
has hoi been defeated hy any Port
land team so Car this season, com
munlcated, with the Cats with a
view 'toVpfaying thetn Wednesday
However, the Black Cats hare a
game with the Oregon Normal
school "Quintet that evening, and
were-unable to sign up with Sell
wood, 'A garqe later in the season
mayt be arranged.
Ttie Bake-Rite Bakery. Busy
every , day supplying best homes
with fcakery goods of all ktads;
baked in a kitchen as clean as
your-ovn. 345 SUt St.
F. j Shafervs Harness and
Leather Goods store. 170 S. Com'l.
Suit cases, valises, portfolios, brief
cases, gloves and mittens. Large
stock. The-pioneer store. ()
The Opera House Drug Store.
Servicer quality, low' prices, friend
ship give increasing patronage.
Old customers advise friends to
trade here. Hlxh and Court. (
. Jioroni- Olson Players
'r, In Their Last Play of the Season
Thursday, January 27
By Sutton Jarfe
Moroni-Olson Players need no introduction to Salem
theater goers. Suffice to say order your .
Tickets $2.20, $1.65, 50c
ATLAS BOOK .STORE or PATTON'S
4jon & Hunt
Portland Elect He Power Co.
337 X. Liberty Phone 85
Capitol at Market Phone 1936
West Salem Phone 1792W3
K. Commercial at Owens
C. F. Breithanpt ,
123 N. Liberty Phone 380
Webb's Funeral Parlors
205 S. Church Phone 120
Giesc-Powera Furniture. Co.
357 Court Phone 404
GROCERIES AND MARKETS
if. Ii. Bo.sick & Sons
197 N. Commercial Phone 455
Carl & BowersoT
383 Court Phone 437
Cooley & Pearson
211 N. Commercial Phone 1371
" Pado & Krueger
1 1 99 S. Commercial I1oMe763
124 4, State Phone 649
155 X. Commercial
Pltones 48 and 49
SkaRgS No. 37
162 N. Contmercial Phone 478
State Street Market
125 State Phone 574
GARAGE - TOWING - TIRES
Day 564 Night 2131-W
TV Uson and S. Commercial
286 N. Commercial Phone 639
Ray L. Farmer Hdw. Co.
204 N. Commercial Phone 191
Salem Hdw. Co.
120 N. Commercial Phone 172
Square Deal Hdw. Co.
220 K. Commercial Phone 16SO
City Ice Works
1441 Center Phone 73
Claude C. Moon
844 Court Phone B33
PARKING AUTOS AND
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iar conditfons. In other places, it
was said, tree roots have pried up
sections of 'kfde'walk, causing
danger to pedestrains. Since trees
in the parking strips cannot be
removed Without the consent oT
the park board the matter was re
ferred to that body.
That the new traffic ordinance
now being, framed should reserve
the entire space across the front
of every theater r other place
where public gatherings are held,
was urged by City Attorney Fred
Williams. He emphasized Sun
day's disaster at Montreal as an
example of the type of catastrophe
which might be averted by proper
safeguards. The purpose of re
serving the parking spaces in front
of theaters is to permit the fire
truck to get in. as well as to give
patrons an "opportunity to get
away from the entrance in case
of a panic.
F. E. Shafor
ltO S. Commercial Phone 411
I Gabriel Iow tier & Supply Co.
175 S. Commercial Phone 728
Salem Fluff Rug it Mattress
13 H nl Wilbur Phone 1 154
j MUSIC STORES
Moore's Music House
415 Court Phone 983
Capital City Monumental
22 lO S. Commercial Phone 689
? PAINT STORES
Gabriel Powder & Supply Co.
1 75 S. Commercial Phone T28
PLUMBING AND SHEET
S55 Chomeketa lhono 1905'
REAL ESTATE AND
Becke lb nendricks
189 N. High Phone 161
1SASH AND DOOR MFG.
562 MIH PJione 344
1 SHOE DEALERS
I Bnster Brown Shoe Store
iI25 N. Commercial Phone 685
Price Shoe Co.
826 State Phone 616
) John J. Bottle
F415 State Jlione 1196
Tl." H. iMosher
474 Court Phone 300
TIRES AND REPAIR
G. W. Day
294 N. Commercial Phone 66
ZoselHi Tire Shop.
1 98 S. Commercial Phone 471
fialem Vulcanizing Co.
474 Terry Ihone 364
D. A. Larmer
143 S. Liberty Phone 930
-Salem Yolcauixing Works
. In the . dlacossioii whkh ftt
lowedv it waa aerlaiedJ.thaC8pme
of Salem's office, buildings do not
comply, w-ith the , laws as to fre
escapes. . j : " -
The commission heard a state
ment by H. Hansen; repreenting
the Full Gospel church, "which
Spanish Ballroom Dance Bane!
ADMISSION Gentlemen f 1:10 IadiesOOc . 'f
CLE ARAN em
Note; the exceptional bargains at; these- three prices,
nothing over-$5.95, all dress pumps and oxfords up to
$10.00 reduced to $5.95. Every group a real bargain.
Women's patent and tan pumps and oxfords i "French
and Cuban heels, dressy and stylish; several' styles go at
oee inese excepxionai values
Women's patent, beige, blonde, reptile trimmed pumps
and oxfords, Cuban and French heels, ; values rQQ
up to $7.85 to close out while they last:,..r..v5Oi
Dress colonial pumps in satin: patent;' filso oxfords and
combination! of colors;,. French and semi-French - heels, "
OLTl IU LHUUAC: 1IUHI
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Guaranteeid hose, Bilk
shades, Regujar $1.00 and $15 per, pair
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plansf to feTfctVlabeTnacle at'ltlth-- s
andFerfy.' The" appllcaUn-ws
tabled pndln gf urtherlntestlga-. :
Applieationa ior the. installation ;
of - curb gasoline- -pum pa- -at 1919
North Capitol and at 16? Norilf
liibery were denied.
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