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1HE, OREGON STATESMAN, -S AL-EM, QKEGQJ .
WEDffftfft IQQ EPTEMBEI 21,
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'.? Gliiltf.ettahte$, at
S,hfth Home -wi V '
lUr. and Mrs. W.DSmith and
their daughter, Miss Or-ae 'Eliza
beth Smith, were lio&ts at the
meeting of tbeVriter'8 Sertionof
the. Salem ArU l.eatrue Monday
evening. v t .-- $
lr. O. Franklin" asecteqj
leader df tlie sriuy to succeed Mi.
Charlij .1. LlsW I5
Th program' ipf'tied-'WHh. a
study! In versinlaNlon .given ty
Mrs.'Si V. Kargo.; l&e also reaii
a miiBDer 01 examples.
Mr. iV. O. Franklin read a let-
frnm Mra la'iKnl fl 1 f f -irrl fnr.
IVI It U III ...... .. II . '
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Uinu. and also a sketch of Albert
Blgelow Paine, et. and biogra
pher of Mark Twain.
Miss Sara Wreun J-ead a. num
ber of verses which she wrole
while' in" Japan. "In Black ami
White," and "A "Shrine irt Win
ter" were the title' of- two of
Upton Sinclair's article about
George Sterling, Californian poet,
which appeared in the last num
ber of the Boekmah was read by
Dr. F. O. Franklin?' ' ' fc ' :
Mr. Charles J. Lisle read three
interesting editorials.' -An' exam
ple ofttUerature written for chi'd-
ren was read aivL-v UywiHisea by
MJsh Jllgglns. " '
Mr. Perry Reeldian, reia a
per -"Lincoln in the Prese'iit'IIou"1
writtw ten jwirs "o while ff,
lieigefcuari w?? serving on tjde
Mexican border.' r
After describing the. -rwwiptfon
given Colonel (hrlea -A. Lind
bergh' in Portland, .wh it h she at
tended, Miss -Kdna- f.arfield read
the dedication to We." the bjook
w ritten by Colonei. LlndbergJi.'
Those present-' "were 'Mr. and
Mrs. Robert C. Paubss, Mia.Rens
ka Swart,- "MiRs. . JTiif h LaivTeiice,
Dr. and Mrs. K. G. Franklin. Mr.
Perry Reigelman Miss Kdna Gar
field; Miss Sara Wrenn, Miss Illg
Rins, Mrs. VV.. F. Fargo, M.r. and
Mrs. Charles J. Lisle, and the
hosts ?4iss Grace Klizabeth Smith,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith.
Honpr Old and New Members
of the League of First Meth
od i fit Church
the high school
iglie of the First Aiemoaisi
("hutch entertained Monday even
ing with a "hello-good-bye" par
ty in honor of a number of their
sroup who will become members
f the University league and also
the young people who are new to
the high: school division.
The Marian Lawrence room of
the church was decorated in the
jiLgh school and university colors.
lames were the diversion of the
averting and at a late hour refresh
ments were served.
Those in the university honor
uest group included Miss Orma
Mclntyreji Miss Dorothy Taylor,
Miss Mildred Vannice, Miss Gladys
Taylor, Misa Jane MJddleton, Miss
Virginia Beall, Kenneth Johnson.
Kenneth Graber, Arthur Hollen
berg, and Kenneth Moser.
High school students new to the
.let Kite-are Virginia Garside, Bet
ty clanson, Dorothy Kloepping,
P:it Murphy, Robert G. Witty, Kli
zalwth Boyan, Myrtle Swanson.
KnnMh Jennings, Walter Chris
tenaon and Norman Anderson.
Tin regular league members,
host to the other two groups last
ni<t, includes Roxanna Zielie,
JlEtii Waterman, Helen Breitha
upt, Ksther Cook, Edna Vannice,
Kv. rtt McCIary. Ida McNeill. Vio
la Krozer. Nva Stolsheize. Caro
Pne Waterman, Harry Tach, For
rvt Holladay, Morgan Gallaher,
ltob rt Gadaday, Bill DePew, Vil
ua Hunt, Kdith Fimlley, and Virg
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Dinner 'at the. Marion Hotel-
Laintches: Stflraiiiiii. Army
A dinner, wa.sji'prrviored b thf
Salvation Army Monday evenin?;
at the .MariiM- U'W,sJ"u"!'nK
'thjslr buildlngf furtd-iaiupaiKi.
' On , Jkii uNli"el .and! thirty five
rfiii'sataefve 6t vafious .civic 6r-
frani -.a f low: w-Cife fftteite n
Mr. ;.wniiankjifGlf'hriiit, Sr..
was chairnlQ of fli?"niinitlei in
rlra'rgejof theafTair; Mr Paul
W:illac served a tohst, master
A very enlighteniag talk on the
"Work , of the 'Salvation Army"
wa giv-h hy Dr. Carl Gregg Don-
Ensign Pitt cited specific cas
es la the army's work and ex
plained th'-ir need lor tUe new
Other speakers of the evening
were Dr. B. F. Pound of the Ad
visory Board, Mr. Hanson, who
spoke of the help given the army
by the Klks, and Mr. Norman Bor
gan. manager of the campaign.
The drive began yesterday and
will corttiiiui' today and tomor
row. Home From Grarheart
Mr: and' Mrs. W. D. Clarke.
their daughter, ; Doris, and son
Bobby, ,hav xeturned from Gear
heart where they spent the past
t2iS(f,?m"wJw Has Di-
"Members of tbe Order of RCn
boTor Girl held tfieir instana
tion ' Services last Saturday even
ing in the Masonic. Temple with
the following officers installed:
Miss Dorothy. Rosshard.- worthy
advisor; Miss MUth Kinoify, wor
thy associate, advisor:' Mis." Bill
ie Cupper, rhafity:. Misa Bertha
Babeock, hope; Miss, Maxine Mey
ers, faith; Mi Dolly Trotnran,'
chaplain; Miss Esther Wood, drill
leader; Miss Arlene Timme, inner
observer; Miss Frances Martin,
outer observer; Miss Frances Law
es. organist: Miss Ailleen Tweed,
choir director; Mi Henrietta
Bishop, real ray; Miss Klizabeth
Clement, orange ray. Miss Jean
Wilson, yellow; Miss Isabel More
house; green. Miss Lucy Brown,
blue. Miss Margaret Draeger, in
digo, and Miss Virginia Pope, vio
let. Meeting of Pas&LNoble '
The meeting of tile Past Noble
Grands Associatiori'which was to
have been held (his afternoon has
been postponed until next Monday
afternoon, because of the death of
Mrs. Hattie Patterson.
Will Make Home in Salem
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Medler have
recently moved to Salem from
Wasco, Oregon, and are making
their home at 69 6 North Cottage
Attend Concert in -Portland
Miss Mabel E. Morton of 'La
Grande and Miss Gladys A. Mcln
tyre, who were week-end guests
of Miss Mclntyre's mother, Mrs.
Ora F. Mclntyre. motored to Port
land Monday evening where they
were In attendance at the concert
given by Miss Marian Talley.
Miss Mclntyre has returned to
Canby where she is a member of
the high school faculty.
Many Enroll atrCapitol
Antaber of pupils from the
various towns' of Oregon have ar
rived In Salem and are enrolling
at the Capitol Business College
for the fall term.
Among them are Miss Lillian
Frailer, Seotts Mills; Miss Mary
Ilennies, Turner; Miss Dora Med
ler, Wasco 5.. Misa Opal Bales'; Kim
berley; Miss Marie Robmcher,,In-
LASTTIMES TODAY NORMA TALMADGE IN CAMILLE
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Ladies' Aid. First. Presbyterian
church. Church, par lorR, 2:30.
Kensington Club. Mrs. F. S.
Anunaen, 1110 North Capitol
Daughters of the Nile. Lunch
eon. Minto's Green Itoom. 1 o'
clock. South Circle Ladies' Aid. Chris
tian church. Mrs. John O. Hum
phreys. 12S 5 South High Street
hostess. 2:::t o'clock.
B. and P. "W. Club. Social meet
ing. Y. W. C. A. 8 o'clock.
South Division. Ladies" Aid of
Presbyterian church. Mrs. Ch.arle.4
Weller. lift Luther street, hostess.
Alliance of I nitarian Church.
Emerson Room. 2: SO o'clock.
Woman's Club. Club house
2: HO o'clock.
dependence; Miss Harriet Hill.
Klamath Agency; Miss Barbara
Chapman. Dallas: .Miss Ernestine
Groves. Amiy; Mfss Alice Aklin.
Homestead ; -Miss Olivia Nyman,
Kings Valley; Mi:;s Vera Camp
bell, Dayton; Miss Ce. ile Smith.
Potler, Montana, Norville Taylor,
Shaw; M. D. Austin. McMinnville;
Lloyd Coss, Sutherlin; and Mel-
vin Clodfelter, Jefferson.
Miss Lambirth Attending
tly Unirersil y of Oregon
Miss Caroline Lambirth left
Monday far. iiee'iWeltlItrlU
enroll atK-tht?; tufversity oiOre-
8ou.':;;;v.;; , :
Dr. Fisher 4Arri res in SaUm
' Drj.4bbiti Fisher 'of P6md
OalifTHJa; arrived In Salem last
- Social Calendar
vf eete"' ti be with hJU .-lather ,f ipBfjB Sitverton.'anfl tas' been jwide'ly
D. W. FlshfT; who- ia. seriously ill
Xithis home at 79) jSpjffb-CMifJi
Social Meeting of Business
and Professional Women
The regular social meeting of
the Business and Professional
Woman's Club will be held at
eight o'clock this evening at the
Y. W. C. A. .
Mis-s Carlotta Crowley, presi
dent of the club, will discuss her
plans for the year's work, and
Miss Mirpah Blair "will describe
the aims of the organization.
A review of the article "Help
ful Hints for the Business Wom
an," which appeared recently in
the. Independent Woman, will be
given by Mrs. Mona Yoder.
Miss Mildred Wyatt will sing,
accompanied by Miss Lucille Ross,
and other musical numbers will
be given by the club quartet.
Family Reunion Held
A family reunion was held Sun
day at the "Labjsb. Springs Farm."
the country home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C.Naftzger, near Gervais.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. E. B. Krarn of Wilder. Ida
ho; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pomer
oy, and their children. "of YaTcima,
Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Titus and children of Tur
mondner; Mr. and Mrs. Merrill
Richmond of Salem; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles N. Naftzger and their
children of Salem; Mr. and Mrs.
M. A. Richmond of Salem, and the
host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Return From Week's
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Deekebaeh
spent several days of the past
week motoring In the Puget Sound
Mrs. Anunsen Will Entertain
Members of the Kensington
Club will be entertained Hhis af
KljUVUU d L Hip UlUIjl Ol .ir. J! J
S. Anunsen, 1110 North Capitol
Returns from Alaska
Alvin A. Burton, who has spent
the summer in Alaska, is a guest
for several day3 of his parents,
Mr., and Mrs., Roy Burton, before
going on to Corvallis where he will
continue his studies at O. A. C.
with - ' - ' -
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Party ' ' f ,tr,H ;-f"
Mrs. tlenfy Lee'e'tehahid iwt
Saturday afternoon with- a party
in honor of her little daughter,
Patsy L-e, on the occasion of her
eighth birthday anniversary.--'
The rofims of the Lee home
were vry attractive with baskets ,
if asters, zinnias, and fern.
A sewing contest was held in
the afternoon with th prizes' win
bv Anita Savage and Helen Engel.
lig white birthday cake -ltii
lighted eandles was a feature" 0
the birthday luncheon.
The guest group Included, Vflt
sy !.ee. tlie honor guest; Anita Sa
vage, Erma Leach, Anita Wagnef,
.iargaret Ann Blif.h. Mar- rf" "
Ritter. Dorothy Engel. Alice "Ann
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11 I', lu.se L,"i i'iie liliisoii, I'.lhul
Glaisyer, Wilma Wirtz. Belfby
Malloy, Helen Engel, and Evelyn
Edith Glaisyer. Wilma Wirtz.
and Helen Engel, assisted the hos-
Miss Eleanor McClaine Will
I'ecome, 11 ride Today
The marriage of Mis Eleanor
McClaine and George Powell will
be solemnized at high' noon today
at the home of the bride-elect's
sister, Mrs. Clarence W. Keane,
in Silverton. The ceremony willTtfce 'best cast obtainable. Among
be very quiet owing to the recent
death of the bridegroom's moth
er, Mrs. Sallie McEakin Powell
of St. Louis. Dean Horace M.
Ramney wiH read t-htf'ke'rviee. ',
Little -Mlse Elizabeth and
iljranCes Keane- ilT'be the bVide's
onIy aftendarits-. -Robert 'M'rtjilf
Mill -net ftsfbst "man. "
Miss McClaine has manv frfends
ftt Salem a-ria'Tortland 'as well as
feted prior to her tuarriase.
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Cve'sts In Salem
Rev. aijd Kirs. F. II. Pemlerton
of Ashland, Oregon are the .house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Barkus. Rev. Pemberion was
formerly pastor of the Leslie
Methodist Church and is now in
attendance at the Methodist con
ference which is in session this,
week. . ...
South Circle Ladies Aid "'
The South Circle of the Ladies!
Aid of the First Christian Church
will meet this afternoon at two
thirty o'clock at the home of Mrs.
John O. Humphreys. 12S.", South
This will be the first meeting
of the fall. Mrs. E. E. Fisher will
I.e the speaker of the afternoon.
Professor and Mrs. Hertzog
Professor 'and Mrs, W. H. Hert
zog are Jieceiving- the' jSocgratula
tions of their friendrfupon the
birth of a son, Sunday, September
18, whom they have nairitd Don
Mr. and, Mrs. Barkus Return
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barkus have
returned from a week's visit in
Tacoma. While there they were
the guests of Mrs. Barkus's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Bestler, as well
as other relatives.
Alliance of Unitarian lh,u$ch
Will Meet Friday " .
The Alliance of the Unitarian
Church will meet Friday after
noon at: two thirty o'clock in the
Emerson Room at the church.
ELS IN O R E
Salem's Greatest Entertainment
Vaudeville Friday and Saturday
: ' -.! . . ...
Had Dofores "" Costelio
rpriitv Mtttiini-1 ttio tiih rtf
fame;, her .perfortuance. in "The '
Hoart of Maryland." now showing
I at the Elsiuore. would place her
there. She possesses not, only ejt
qui:ite beauty but reil interpret
ive geiijus. swaying her audiences
at "Rill!" Better even than her
characterization.. u "The Sea
Ltealt," "WljenSHa Ha Loves."
VThe Third Degree." MA jjiilltcrn
Bid" jfQlA-riltl San Frti istii." is
bet p(r?a of ihe hsetoiiie of
."The Heart oMarylaml
The world .knows "The Heart
of Maryland-." and th'it it brought.
dafczllnfe success to Mrs. Leslie
Carter, thirty years ago. It has
had many revivals and always suc
cessful ones'. Audiences a humi
:red years from now will in all
possibility thrill at the perils and
loves of Maryland Calvert as av
idly" as they do today. There i
an immortal something about the
great Belasco play, and Warner
Bros, have presented it in a set
ting of marvelous beauty and they
have spared no effort in getting
the maiiy historic figures of the
time -appear Lincoln, Lee, Grant.
HIglillghts of the production in
clude the Lincoln Inaugural Ball;
the exciting" capture of Maryland's
brother: the moment "When Htie ag
ed General- forced" to' "feign 'the '
death w-arratit-of ri mvnson;rFhe
shelling of Booneshoro tnefeeeh'a
In which Marylarrd swings in mid
air from th& clap-per' 4f ' the great
bell .that the. sif ival for Iwf'Tover'a'
-4-exectrHon may not fce givn; others
I which the Southern-1 a" ru mirier
boy figures; and the sequence in
which Maryland, accused0 of trea
chery, falls before the -firing.
"The Heart: -of Maryland," is a
credit to ' Warner Bros., well
known for splendid productions,
and It dds rhahy a gem to the al
ready glittering crown of Dolores
Norma Talmadge, portraying
JLlux,. uiixa-atoxtiidt ParisUm women
of today in the title role of her
modernized screen "Camille," now
showing at the Oregon theater
here, does not wear high heels.
The heels of all of her footwear,
ranging from custom made -street
pumps to the most fragile, bejew
eled creations for evening wear,
are of average height. ,
This elimination of the so-called
"French heel," while antici
pated as a surprise to many wom
en, is regarded as a style note
worthy of adoption, for Miss
Talmadge. in preparing her ward
robe for "Camille." accepted noth
ing but the absolute "last word"
in regard to everything from foot
wear to headgear.
"The extreme French heels are
passe," said Miss Talmadge in
discussing her selection of pumps.
"The heel of average height yet
graceful line. Is the latest mode.
Similarly, the vamp of the shoe
shjonld be neither long nor short,
bit. rather average, or "natural."
?VVith Fred Nibio as director,
Mfss Talmadge's "Camille," pro
duced by Joseph M. Schneck for
First National. is expected to
prove the outstanding screen role
of her career, in the picture, 'she
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introduces a new leading man to
th6 motion picture Public, Gilbert
Roland, a young. Spanish actor
Who " virtually unknown uutil
recently. In the suporting cast
are Lilyan Tashman, Rose Dione.
Harvey Clark. Alec Francis, Al
bert Conti, Helen Jerome Eddj
and other well known players.
Tom Mix. playing the starring
role of Tom Gordon a detective,
in "The Great K & A Train Rob
bery." Fox Films latest release.
.f which will be shown at the Grand
Saturday, Sunday and Monday,
disregards the danger of death
from bullets as he flees from a
gang of desperados and turns as
ide to recue a girl whose horse
has bolted, and who has caught
her foot in a stirrup and left her
head hanging near the runaway's
Gordon saves her In spite of her
fight to escape him because she
believes he's a bandit and the pur
suers are a sheriff posse.
After she has had time to think
it over, the girl concludes such a
chivalrous man could not be an
outlaw, and when he reappears in
her own father's home, again ap
parently a desperado, the girl. de
cides one good turn deserves an
other and hides him in the closet
of her bedroom, 'so that he can el
ude her father's pursuit.
These1 are only two of the many
dramatic touches of the Mix
piethr'e. V .
Dorothy Dwan, wiio plays the
feminine lead, gives the screen a
new 'masterpiece of screen riding
Non-stop derby will
START THIS MORNING
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sor-to-Windsor hop, however, was
cancelled recently because of the
agitation against trans-oceanic
flights arising from the loss of
lives in such flights over the At
lantic and Pacific.
Discussing the forthcoming
race today. Stinson told' newspa
permen he would fly along a
route stretching about 2,300
miles. He said he would follow a
great circle course which, he ex
plained, would really be a straight
line across the continent. This
course would take him over Cana
da on the stretch between Buffalo
Monday Night, Septr-
The Outstanding Musical Hit
of the Year
Prices -T Incladed
MAIL ORDERS NOW rA
Floor 91.63, $2J20.
Balcony 75c. 81. 1), ff2J20.
Mez. Seats 20.
Seats now on sate at Ksinorc
1 iR5 spsciacu
I !xl trrS - ix it "
KESULTa BEYOND BELIEF f
by the ase of PACiricJ HEALTH-ORE In the treatment or numerous ailments such;
, . as stomach and kidney troubles, diabetes, eczema, high- blood "pressure, goiter,
, rheumatism. ' - " . .'.":? :-.' .- ;"' -
-r A Not
But; .a. , product compounded
I t' the '-fourteen THal and health
ana neaitny numan Doay. ,
- USED AS A MINERAL WATERlt tends to -"restoreCthe normal' balance, counteract1"
acidity and place the system on an alkaline base. - "
t ONE I'ACKAGK :I3 SUFFICIENT FOR TWO MONraSt, TRITilENT,.
y -3iif m-mnir-e'rmvj:W!mrm
Siren or tne southern Seas. Le-I
ona Linsler who will dance . the
American Hula at Bllgh's Capitol
Theater for the last time today in
the act "A Night in Hawaii
which comes highly recommended,
playing to big bouses and enthu
siastic audiences everywhere, ac
cording to Manager Frank Bligh.
Other gjrls featured are Alda Hen
drickson, who dances .the, Hawaii
an Hula .and Josephine Dordet,
who dances the Hula. Charleston; '
The four native boys are direct
from Honolulu, and sing and play
as only natives can, the wonderful
songs, of their native land, songa
that touch the heart cordsi ' f
The art . consists 6f dancers,
singers and instrumentalists. It
is described as a dazzling, scintil
lating extraordinary show bring'
ing to one all the color and care-
admitted : '
On the Stage
Hula Girls and Native
A Gorgeous Spectacular
Tomorrow: "The Claw'
a" Medicine, w JDirug
W: Last Times Today
ibypatpre. which contains- In. soiuhle form twelre .
- marntaining 'minerals, which, are
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today money back guarantee,;
Clin T v t t 1 rvnrrr ftcyrns '
7 " - : -7 I i t T f - k
free glJra'or oi5the'suth- Sd t S ft I
,l On-he-sree,n-the Capitol offers
Redheads' PreferrW'dT , starrn
All " redheads admitted free
through.the courtesy of Frank D.
S.1XGKR WINS AGAIN
LOS ANGELES." Sept, 20.
(AP) Joey Sanger. Milwaukee,
met Bud -Taylor, the, recognited
bantamweight -champion. In a ten -round
slufest here , tonight and
repeated his victory, of last No-'
vember over the Tor rp Haute. Ind.
boxer. E Hia win tonight , was not
by such a decidinl edge, as on the.
previous occasion,, however. ':
: No matter what unpleasant nejs ;
mayhapien in Kuropei there' are?.;
plenty of internationalist ih'-Ani-
erica willing to admit that if is
U our fault. -
Quality- the-produA of
49 years or retining experience. ,
tTANDAUD Oil. CPMKANT OF CAUFORNU 4
3 I)a-s Only
u-IH TONY Mm immtitr tmnm " . f
" Tony, the Wonder Horse,
lets-nothing grow under his
hoofs fn thls'one -' : 's-
-lail orders now recelrel n
Matinee and Night
Wednesday, Sept. 28
RECORD BREAKING .'
- -r. COMEDy
Popalkr Beui HufgCmeuC tl
The Comedy that Put 'U' !
J .? .- In. Hamor .- .
: !. PnlJlc Seat Sal Opens
Sat unlay, Sept. 24
Now Playing .its , Sixth Year
. , , In N. Y.C.
. Breaking Records
"You most see H. Abie's
a smart boy, Prices night
75c, fl.00, Jl.BO. $2.00;
Wed. Mat. 2:30 p. m., best
jeats 1. 0 0 plus tax. , -
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found In the normal
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moneyS. HIT ri
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Sr THE NEW V 1:
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