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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1928
THE NORTHWESTS FINEST
AND BUSIEST MEN'S STORES
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;Miss Winifred Byrd Announ-
cea Date of Salem Concert
. ' as March 29
; Music lovers of Salem as well as
I the other cities and towns of the
f 4 state will be delighted to learn
V 'f that MlsWlnlf red' Byrd will play
w a concert Thursday eyenlne. March
J" '-?3. at" the Capitol theater.
Miss Byrd, who is recognized at
jpne of the foremost pianists of
x America, canceled her concert en-
gagementa in New York and came
v to Salem to be with her father. Dr.
V. H. Byrd, who is now conval
escing from a serious illness.
Although M13S Byrd has been
urged to appear in practically all
of the cities of the Pacific coast.
she has accepted no engagements
with the exception of the concert
wmcn sne win piay rviarcn z, in
SJurman Clay Company Will
Give Program at the Y. M. C.
A. This Evening
The . Sherman Clay entertainers
will give their program at the Y
M. C. A. this evening.
This' will be the regular weekly
entertainment and the public is in
vited to attend.
The following numbers have
Piano solo "Japanese Sunset"..i
. $ Vocal solos "Life" Galloway
j "Felice" Lieurance
kNk? Violin Solos "Souvlnir" ....Drdla
i Vocal solos "Where 'ere You
"On Wings of Song"
' Leon Jennison
Instrumental selections "Apple
"Believe Me If All Those En
dearing Young Charms"
Violin 'cello, and viola
Vocal duet "Si, la Stanchezza
Naomi Phelps, Leon Jennison
Accompanists: Mrs. Leon Jenni
son, Edward Millburn, Kenneth
.? Interesting Meeting of W. H.
I M. S. of First Methodist
-The Woman's Home Missionary
the First Methodist
church enioyed a very i Interesting
1 meeting Wednesday .afternoon in
the church parlors. !
Mrs. T. T. Crozier conducted the
devotional service. Mrs. Carl Gregg
Doney presented the lessson chap
ter from the studv book. "The Ad-
f venture of the Church."
0ei- The feature of the afternoon
was the delightful travel talk
which Mrs. M. C. Findley gave
concerning her recent trip to Cu
ba. The tea table was unusually
lovely. Yellow daffodils were ar
ranged in the center and a bowl
of violets and two tall green ta
pers in crystal holders placed on
Mrs. George H. Alden, president
of the Woman's Home Missionary
society, and Mrs. M. C. Findley,
president of the Woman's Foreign
Missionary society, presided at the
The tea committee included Mrs.
E. E. Gilbert chairman; Mrs. F.
A. Legge, Mrs. Almira E. Hale,
Mrs. W. C. Young, Mrs. A. B. Han
ccn, and Mrs. W. C. Keck.
" Fifty members of Uie society
were present for the afternoon.
Mrs. Laban Stceves Hostess
at Attractive Bridge
One of the most attractive af
fairs of the week was the bridge
luncheon for which Mrs. Laban
Steeves was hostess Tuesday after
noon atthe EIkScTub.
A spring color plan of yellow
and green was carried out on the
luncheon tables which were cen
tered with tapers in those shades
and a low bowl af daffodils and
fern. Covers were placed for Mrs
Harry Willett, Mrs. Harry Craw
ford, and Mrs. James Lewis, spe-
guest:; and the following
club members: Mrs. M. P. Ad
ams, Mrs. L. D. .Brown, Mrsl Lu
cille Sweeney, Mrs. John W. Orr,
Mrs. F. E. Sherwin, Mrs. Sam
Laughlin. Mrs. Harold M. Brown,
Mrs. George Alexander, and the
hostess, Mrs. Steeves.
Several hours of bridge were en
joyed following the luncheon.
The high score prise was won by
MrsF. E. Sherwin.
Mrs. Lucille Sweeney will en
tertain the club in a fortnight.
AS, Club Entertained at
The members of the J. S. club
were entertained Wednesday eve
ning' at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Busey. j
Lovely baskets of daffodils were
arranged about the living rooms.
Mr. and Mrs.. Paul Hansen re
ceived, the high score prize. Mrs.
J. R. Kennedy and Mr. T. W. Da-
rles won the second award.
- Mrs. Louis Bechtel assisted Mrs.
Busey in serving the late supper.
Members present were Mr. and
Mrs. T. W. Davies, Mrs. Ed Keene,
His LaVelle Keene, Mr. and Mrs.
: J. R. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Lou
is Bechtel," Mr. and Mrs. John
Spong, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Han
sen Mr.- and Mrs. M. P. Dennis,
and the host and hostess, Mr. and
Salem Heights Community
club. Community hall. 8 o'clock.!
Program at Y. M. C. A. given by
Sherman Clay musicians. 8 o'clock.
Public invited to attend. :. '
Concert. First Presbyterian
church. J. Scott Milne, featured
irtist. 8:15 o'clock.
San Souci "500" dub. Mr. and
Mrs. Al Propp. 3 65 South 23rd
Woman's society. First Baptist
church. Mrs. Emil Both, 1113
North Cottage street hostess. 2:3w
Salem Nature club. Mr. W. A
Eliot, president of Oregon society
speaker. Y. M. C. A. 8 o'clock.
Drama class. Mrs. W. E. Kirk,'
director. Miss Edith Hazard. 640
South Summer street hostess.
R. N. A. Sewing club. Mrs. Sar
ah Nelson, 705 North 20th street
hostess. 2:00 o'clock.
Drama League class in charge
of Mrs. R. M. Gatke. Mrs. Karl G.
Becke, 730 North Summer street
W. F. M. S., First M. e! church.
Mrs. E. T. Barnes, 325 North Cap
itol street hostess. Mrs. Norton of
Korea will be speaker. 2:30
Drama League class. Mrs. W. E.
Anderson, leader. 1491 Court
Judge Percy Kelly Gives In
teresting Talk at B. and P. W.
Judge Percy Kelly came from
Albany Wednesday evening to ad
dress the Business . and Profes
sional Women's club at their meet
ing at the Gray Belle.
In an exceedingly interesting
and Instructive talk. Judge Kelly
explained in detail the jury system
tracing its development from the
reign of Henry II when the first
record of trial by Jury 13 known.
He explained all the details of the
challenge system of calling the
Judge Kelly said that the point
is not whether the jurors knows
anything of the case for which
he has been called or whether he
has formed an opinion, but whe
ther he can concentrate his mind
on the points which are brought
out in the court procedure.
The speakers advocates in cases
Involving a sum up to S250 to call
two Jurors to sit with the judge
instead of a panel of 12 men. and
in cases involving from $250 to
81,000 there should be six men.
If the judge instead of the law
yers would question the jury much
time would be saved and needless
Judge Kelly, however, is not at
all in favor of abolishing the jury
system for, as he said in conclu
sion, this is the institution which
represents more nearly and more
clearly the principles on which our
government is founded. The jury
is the link between the laity and
A number of new members were
formally admitted to club member
ship at this time. They are: Es
ther M. Hanson, stenographer in
State Highway Department; Sarah
E.' Atwood, teacher at Highland
school; Miss Erma J. Cobb, teach
er at State school for the Blind;
Miss Naomi E. Cobb, teacher at
State school for the Blind; Miss
Esther L. Hagedorn. manager of
department store, 235 South High
street; Miss Ruth Moore, book
veeper and stenographer; Mrs. Ef
fierce Tachanz, teacher, state
school for the Blind; and Mrs. Ma
bel Rutherford of the Oregon Elec
A short business session follow
ed the talk. The club donated $25
to me local Y. W. C. A.
The state convention Of Bus!
ness and Professional Women will
be held May 18, 19, and 20, in
Roseburg. The national president.
Lena Madesln Phillips, will be pre
The next district meeting and
dinner of the Oregon Federation
will be held at the Portland ho
tel, March 17.
Reservations should be made
with Mrs. Maude Pointer not later
than March 15.
Miss Dorothy Neale Povey, Port
land president will assist Miss Mo
selle Hair, state B. and P. W. pres
ident. In conducting Che session.
The program will include se
lections by the Portland B. and
P. W. Choral club, with Madame
Freda Stjerna, director, and Mrs.
Rose Weinberger, accompanist;
the roll call of clubs; open forum
discussion, a vocal-solo by Miss
Gladys Collins; and an address on
"What a National Organization of
fers its membership." given by Miss
Adelia Prlchard, national member
ship chairman. ;
Centralia Temple of Pythian
Sisters Has Regular Meeting
Centrallan temple; No. 11, of tne
Pythian Sisters held its regular
meeting Tuesday evening at the
Fraternal, tern pie. . - 'x,,
Nancy Burk, ; district V deputy
grand chief, announced that the
Pythian Sisters district convention
will be beld in Salem on April 24
r The district, which la the larg-
Only because we buy in
huge quantities for seven
busy Fulops stores can we
obtain such remarkable
values, such exceptional
qualities, such carefully
tailored garments and
such a vast assortment to
Your size is here
whether you wear
a regular, a short,
a stout or a slim!
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Men are now buying their
clothes on Fulops Ten Pay
ment Plan and are dressing
better than they ever
New and Larger Shipments Have Just Arrived
Included in the Most Magnetic Value Offering of
Even Better Qualities, Finer Styles
in the store
made to sell
456 State St., Salem
and Greater Values at
No "Red Tape"
a Charge Account
There is a fabric, a color,
a style and a fit for every
man and young man in
this marvelous group of
Suits and Topcoats. Dur
able worsteds, new twists,
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The same prices
prevail I in all
Fulops Stores !J
Friday and Saturday
$2.50 White Broadcloth
, I 3 for $46
With mnd without collars :
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