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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
tnx financial secretary. .Mrs. i;rover: Members ! the Sal.m O. A. C. The movement has the nwil of
KellinKcr treasurer. -Mrs. A. A. Cnder- club, as as all llw interested: the -Hate officials because it wi.l ex
. Dill auditor, and Mrs. K. C. itichards ' hi ittfairs .f the Cnrvallis college tend fire and police protection lo the
director. Klections will take .!aft at i in the fellow ins new pledges an-1 fair grounds and buildings and enable
the May meeting, the last one of the nounced at Hie suroitics of the college: : tne insuring of the structures,
year. . Uaninii 1'hi Hcta. Fern Holeomb.j .Mayor Wilson and the city council
Among the many important things : Cottage tlrove; Mary l'eatlie, i'ort-';ire favorable to the propos-il. which
transacted at the meeting were the en-'ian 1 will come up at the next council mi-ei.
doisemeiit r the two mil. age tax . .....
llrcyman Ik.w, Milton Kleiner. Klein ! measure, the election of Mrs. William;
Lantis, Orley Leffinewell. Karl Mellon -! Hamilton, as delegate to the state-Helen Kcider. CalV-idena. Cal
: meeting in Enterprise in May, and the! Chi Omega lxrolhy -Meyers. La
KOM present indications there
w4 will not be a vacant seat in the
entire open, nouse uen me cur !,(, j.au, Stal. v. I'hiilip Kingo Wil .
tain goe up on the Nrst scene of U:im .m agnail, Amur- tilll, (;ene' sil.
"The Awakening of Kpr iib" on thc!olcott ISiiren, Wvndbant Ituren Ar.
evening of April U. I thur Itoss, As-1 Eoff, Krank Chapman, 'man of the committee to organize a
Mr. H.-.I.J, iiii h.... , i..o.,!,nd '" Jurldn.
Hon, h.v. hee.,.,. fume .Hhout . Krr-.KriT"r , TT
the valley because of their faultless I h ...,., , ,, , Ichairmnn of the hospital committee ' senstalk,
direction and beautiful settings, has1..,.!. ,,,,. ,. ., .announced the results of the work.
. . . ! cock, Jcanette Meredith, Dorothy Pat- tt ,,,,., L
outdone even her own previous pro-1 ,,.. , ,lh. ,.,,, ,,. , V.I. L ! siim Cornelia Marvin was the pro
ductions in this latest pageant. Open-: , ' , , ' , -" -. cipal speaker of the afterno.in, giving' JJienia
,l. !:,., .. Mi . . , ."""" "t iiui'i. ii, .ioi.iiii nwariz, jiar
Mona Rchauni, the action Is carried
Named To Succeed
Brown On Board
taking into the club of Mrs. N. C. : Grande: (lertrude Uttlejohn. Corval
Kafoury. Misa Mattie Beatty, chair-Ills; Mildred Kothchild. Portland:;
Helen Young, Portland; Haiti iind-l
It..r..ie r-,i .,.. ..,. , i.... crs, Ainena: i.ertruue ucruii.j.,
.4 ..Larmn n Ia,. . ... . .
UtZTr the commiUeeUnS Manlh,. R CaW XV. Hal McNair of Ashland wil, be
cock Jtanette M. r-dit'h Do' tl Pt ,ilnnoun''e,1 the results of the work. iChchalis, Wash.; Ellmore Smith. Cor- appointed a in. mber of the state board
ters-,'n, L,.tn:l Marie ChurchMl' L,.'!'' f'""1 Wu" ,h" !"?" I vnl""! Lcu .K"",,il Waters Portland. )f , Hlim.0,, j. T.f ,. TVown
, . .... j. riKiua iv..im l.t,. of .Marshfiild when the Litters term
garet White. Ol-a Orav. Marv Janel..i k .i.. ., t " ' . "V. . I t-xpirea May 20, according to a state-
on with the dance of the raindrop. ;
Dorothy Uvesley; Dawn. Jeanette!
Bykes; Pun. Myrtelle Miipp, and I
Kalnbow, Janet Plimpton. These In
turn are followed by the Fairy Queen i
solo dance, one of .the most exquisite
little pieces of the dancing art In the
performance. Stepping out of ti huge
rosebud the little queen, rails in her
fairy troupe, consisting of Marjoric
XVebb, Marie Palton, Jeanette Patton
Isabella Mathews. Jane Harbison,
Kleanor Wright, Katherlne Sheldon,
Mildred Brhmidt, Helen Itulph, Doro
thy 8laifonl, Frances Martin, Klea
nor Schmidt. Kalhcrine Coulet and
The solo ilance of the I'.rownie
King follows, and he in turn calls out
his group of elfins, composed of r.llly
Iyer, Chester Olcott, Itoderlrk. Mves-
ley. Tommy IJvesley, Frederick Tlilel
sen. Junior Onuley. Jiinmv Nlchol ! Minrcnmelcr.
and "Sonny" Spears. I clever little
Albert and Ijicy Ieon ird.
Catlln, w ho has just returned from an
extended tour of the south, spoke
What was undoubtedly one of the i briefly on women's eluha r i-hnniv
most elaborate and well conducted afc Arizona, where she spent the winter,
fairs of its kind ever presented In the i and commented upon the way In
city took place Tuesday evening at the I which they were conducted.
High school, when Miss Beatrice Shel- j Tea was served after the meeting,
ton presented her pageant, "The Queen ; Mrs. Alice II. Dodd and Mrs. Itusselll
Xi IX-Ita Marie
Uuby Campbell, Puyullup,
of Hearts" for the second time, by Catlln, pouring. They were assisted
popular re.piest. $lo were realized '"V slr XVilllam Kirk. Sft-s. C. 8. Ham
from the two performances, for theii,ton J,rH- Joseph Jiaumgartner, Mrs.
furnishing of a children's ward In the
I'lilimiti-d credit is due to both Miss
Shclton and the pupils for the success
i of the affair. Hemic Malory, as the
Queen of Hearts showed an amount of
self possession and poise that was re
markable In one so young. She was
very ably assisted by St. Valentine,
Truth Huston. Miss Shclton was us.
K stcil by .Mr. timber and .Mim Sara
I l i ii.nt,i,.l..r Thn rwiBl uttietf find
hats were design-
Spring. Miss Marirarct Wlifte. then , ed by Miss (ienevleve V;;nnke
Ushers In the Flowers. Four groups, "nd Miss Olgi' KIrkwood. Piano
typifying differ-lit flowers are as fol- students who took an iniporta.itit part
lows: Bluebells, Cynlhla Delano, l-;ie
nor Schinldt, Klolse Wright. Virgin
la llerger. Dorothy Stafford, Doris
Kirkevy. Black Kyed Susans: Iterllm
llabcock, Dorothy Belle. Loretta
Firelier, Ijiulse Schmidt, Hosalle Hu
ron, Kllznheth XVaters. Henrietta
Bishop. Thelina Couisey, Velina Kin
melt, Klulne Brown, IIazi-1 Martin.
Maytlme: Maxinc (Hover, Alaxlne
Myers, Dorothy Kelser. Fay Wassuni
Margaret Poormnn, Leona (Seer, Vi-I-
mi Kniinett, Wllma Cotirsey. Sli-epy
Kye floweis: Marie I'ntton, Jeanette
Patton, Katherlne Sheldon, Jane
Harbison, Mildred Schmidt. Klennor
"Wright, Helen Ralph, Maxlne Clark.
Miirjorie V'ebb and Kntlicrlne (louley.
The Swallow ilance Is next In Hue
slurring ithe following llllle liulies:
Mildred Roberts, Janet Plimpton,
Mildred Cllbert, Dorothy Mvpsley
Jennette Sykts nncy Thlelsc-n, Mux-
lne lliicr, Alyrtelle Slilpp, Tny Was-
Hherninn Plimpton follows wil tl n
Pipes o' Pan dance which Is succeed
ed by the dance of the Winds In
which Fay Wassuni, Mildred (llllieii,
Maxlne (Hover and I'liuline Momirch
take pint. The King's Jesters have ii
clever part. Ihe Jeslers being Daial
Myers, ,lm-k Mlutn, Chandler llimvii.
Junior llelcy, HlK-riinm Pllinilon,
James Cniiiiihcll, Henry Thli lsen.
Tiny Maxlne Clark ns Tlnhl Hell
promises to take the house by storm.
The first nil is liroimbt lo a close
with the following number:
(ireclan ilance: Margaret While,
Mona Hchaiim. i.enh Nichols, Cussle
Solof, Marie llrlggs, ulerle Brlggs,
I'niiiilH Ward, Uuliy Welch.
Nature studies, la) .Marguerites; li)
Ilulterflles; (c) Kvenlng: l-lllmibeth
XX'iitiTH, Cynllilii Ui'liino, l.eona l)nv
lilson, Maxlne (Mover, Mildred ltob
erls, Janet Plimpton, Fny Wnssiim,
Maxlne Myers, Mildred (lllbcrt, Ber
tha Bubcock, Ilenrleltii Itlsliop, lor
tilhy Mveslcy, I'anllnc Monarch, Ha
Fireflies: l,eona Davidson, Maxlne
filover, Mildred Huberts, .Mllilrc!
(lllbert, Jennette Sykes. Dorotliy
l.lvesley, Janet l'llmplon, Pauline
Moonbeams, solo dunce: Nancy Thiol
C, M. Morey has been the giu-nt of
Mr. (). A, Hoppos, 2031 Center street
for the past few davs. He bus li ft for
Chicago, via Portland, to Join the Proc
tor circuit, with which he has signed
a contract, Mr. Morcv took the part of
K il'crt K. I.oe In the l. W, (Irlffilli
proiluellon "The Birth of a Nation',
mid bus been npprarluu in vaudeville
t ir the p-i-d sc eral onilihs. lc was uc
eoiuiuihlcd i M far as Salem bv Ills fIk
let-In-law, Mis I'loiciicc lilimham nf
Kugene, who U Hie guest of Miss t.eah
A pretty event of last Saturday ev
ening was the dancing party given it t
Cotillion hall by Hie vel ollllg set.
The room was becomiimlj- decor. ileil
with early flowers and crepe sticaiucrs
and the Rwarl", orchestra furnlslicd the
music. Those present were: Orris Pry,
tH North Coumisrclal
in the pageant were Darrell Myers,
("cell Deacon, Mary Cupper, Kuth
Ituckner, Boralne and Flora Fletch
er, Velledda Ohinart, Hose Huston,
MI. line Foster, Darrell Anderson,
Helen Pollock, Klulne Chnpln and
The petite French doll, a pupil of
Mr. Chrlstt-nsen of Portland, was a
credit to her teacher. Naturally a
wonderfully talented child, her dnnc
'ng was equal to Hint of u profession
al. She was encored repeatedly.
The weddldng ceremony was the
cleverest affair since the Tom Thumb
wedding presented by Miss Slielton
several years ago. The party con
sisted of Uollin (irnalier as tho groom,
Maxlne Myers, the bride, Iforothy
Moure iniiid of honor, Delbert U ruber,
best man. The bridesmaids were
Clnudlnc (iueffroy, Pauline Voting,
Ksther (ibbard, Margaret Hell, .Marie
Patton, Helen Schmidt, Julia John
son, Cahterlne Kills nod Kvelyn Itoss.
Wlnstanley Junk as Cupid, and Bert
Hnf thine as Hie minister, were excep
Mr. Oscar II. (ilngrii-h had charge
of the pnntomliie and dances, most of
which were original. Children who
took part In them were: Fan panto
mli.e, Miixlne Myers, Kdilli JttJnk,
Doris Hicks, filmlvs l-'.iluar. Kleaiioi-
Schmidt, Catherine Muloy, and Bllllejsle
Everett Anderson, Mrs. Ocorae J
Peaarce and Miss Ada Miller. The
next meeting, will be held on the sec
ond Saturday in May and will be in
charge of Mrs. William Burghart, Jr..
chairman of the musical committee.
At 0:30 m Tuesday evening the
membership un friends rf Jason J.ee
Memorial gathered at the church for
supper, a business meeting of Un
church. Dr. and Mrs. K. K. (iilbert
were guests of honor.
The, Epworth League elected the
following officers for the ensuing
year: , 1 -resident, ltobert Natson; first
vice president Inez Tyler; second vice
president, Cecil Sholwell; third vice
president. Flora McWIlliains; fourth
vice president, Averil HarriHi
tary, Lurena Treat; treasurer,
Snydi-r; chorister, Oscar
organist, Blanche Sutton.
ment made bv Governor Olcott. J-ri-
Wade ,y- Kll,r wh0 ,,as ,K'n U r,K'!''
icreu piiarniii-si in onuu n,itv- i rx-
XVash.; l.rothv Balhelm. I'ortland. wr- """- u.
Delta Delta Pt-lta Mobena1 of the Oregon State Pharmaccsu
Hhoades. -Portland; Mona Klce, -Ma- ' assoemtion. Other incnifc. Ki oi
nila, I". I. Ithe board are Clyde (!. Huntley. Ore-
Xi Beta Marie Goodrich. Corval- gon City; Ross A. Farr, Astoria; ! II,
I.ela Montgomery, Twodut,
I Hatch Portland and Conrad strafin.
The Three Link Needle club was de
lightfully entertained tit the Odd Fel
lows' hall on Friday afternoon. The
tlm was plasantly spent in listening
to an Interesting program consisting
of solos, readings, ami dialogues. The
hostesses, .Mrs. George Viesko, Mrs.
Daisy Mclntyre, .Mrs. V. S. Dotson,
Mrs. Sarah Hutton and Mrs. Coral
McNIel, served dainty refreshments to
the 65 guests who were present. The
next ciun t -ting will be held
23, at the I. O. O. F. Hall.
Cupper. Lullaby Ladies: Bertha Hub
cock, Pauline Johnson, Dorothy Bell
.1 li it 1 1 ii Sykes, l.eona (leer, Catherine Coulson
(leer, Geneva and Catherine Stiiutin,
Ituth Simpson and .Lena Mietdler.
Leona (leer was the Jack In the Box
ami Geneva Sundin and Helen Can
field acted out the glow worm piintii
niine, assisted by .Marlon Kmmons on
the violin and Mrs. Kdlth Kane at
the piano. Ilernlce Clark Knst ac
companied the Utile French Doll and
her slsler. Herthit Clark, the wiilstler.
The entire affair was under the
auspices of the Salem Women's club,
which litis charge of the remainder of
the hospital citinpttlgn.
The Social Hour club of Salem
Heights met In regular session Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs. Wllklns pre
siding. By popular vote the mime
was charged to "The Women's Pro
Following the business meeting the
members were favored with a reading
by .Mrs. Sunder. A representative
number were in attendance, and the
responses at roll call were greatly en
Joyed. After delicious refreshments
served by Mesibimes Sumter, 1'Jienlcle,
Tlieinalne ami Stolahelse, the club ad
journed to meet again In two weeks.
At this meeting four of the propiscd
amendment to the couslltutlon will
be argued by a selected team.
The Hollywood Ladies Social club
met last week with Mrs, Walter Fish
er at her home In Hollywood. At the
business session that preceded the
iiiclal hour the following officers were
"...-o. .wis. i i;. Kvcrson, presi
dent; Mrs. Waller Fisher, vice presl
ilent; .Miss Bessie Kvcrson, secretary.
At the close of a 1I lurli t f ul ri,.-.,....'n
dainty refreshment were served by
the hostess. The ladles enjoying the
affair was Mrs. W. L. Davis, Mrs.
eiooie. iii rs. i,. i-;. Kverson. mihm ites-
verson. Mis. Bean, Mrs. Wairers
Mrs. Rorlha Junk Darby's younger
pupils presented a very enjoyable pro
gram at her studio, 679 North Cot
tase street, Saturday evening. The
spacious rooms were filled with ad
miring friends and relatives. Those
taking -part were Dorothy Swcglc,
Margaret Doughton, Julia Query,
Jessie Fukuda, Kdna Kugle, Marie
Paine, Marjory Hewett, Kenneth
Hewett, Blanche Hackett, Lillian Ly
man, Mrs. Darby's programs, being made
up from the pupils regular work show
the actual knowledge and the ad
vancement made, and earn one did
their part in a style which gave great
pleasure and satisfaction to their
friends and teacher. One especially
interesting number was Spaulding's
arrangement of Rubinstein's melody
in F, and I'liganlnl's Carnival of Ven
ice, plajcu by Mul'jory iievtiu and
sung by Marie Paine, after a few
words of explanation of t!ie Pi ganini
JiB.nber'by Jia l)i rby. M':ss Lora
rurvme assisted In the r.-enngs en
tertainment by giving "The Woman
In the Shoe ; !i ;," t ad i.lso a short
hu.norous : cl'on, both of the num
bers Were hi-;bly i. ppi-ei luted by ,'ul
and displayed unu-.:..: ability i.s a
reiides. Miss Irani Keefer. tin advanc
ed pupil, then cont ributed two num
bers In her usual artistic manlier.
"To Spring," (liiege; "Gypsy Rond "
(llayden.) ami by l-i-iptest a brilliant
HOME OF THE VICTROLA
You get more for your
Money at Moore's.
We know oi no better way to judget
future than by the pasty and the pfi
abounds with unstinted praise of on-
ity ofGMC TRUCKS.
W. E. BURNS DAN BURNS
NOT BROTHERS THE SAME MAN
High Street at Ferry Salem, Or
'" " " I'avsi, ,virs. Coulson, Mrs.
xieeuino, .iiss Ulllllys Olsen and Babv
.Mrs. William lliimllton was nninln
ateii luesiiiciit o ft he Salem Women's
club for the next year, nt the regular
meeting of Hie club lust Saturday.
Giber nominations were Mrs. Lawr
ence T. Harris and Mrs. I. stalcy
tor vice president. Mrs. James Klvln
recoriling secretary, Mrs. F. G. Bow
Beautiful New Wall Tints and cut om
borders Just received.
MAX O. BMtliN
179 N. Commercial St.
I M HI TIM FOR LONn n,sTANCB
L4 IVI IIVJIVI AUTO TRUCKING
Car of j
rhinese Medlcln aid Tea Co. T VT rj c4 ' pr 'n
Has medicine which will cur M'OI C KsU.
any known dtsesse.
Open Sunday, from 10 a. m. PHONE MOO
until I p. m. wpj ALS0 D
UJ South High Street
lalm. Oregon. Phona SSI HAULINQ
HiI)alS jf Tak Pl- of hou
and SACKS Max'aBuren
iJjPpr 17 North Comm.rol.il
Also Junk Of All Kinds t- ,
Beat Prlcea Guaranteed UrapCriCS
CALL JSI MADE TO OltOER TO FIT
Capital Junk Co. j rxP
The Sfuar Deal Housa i C.J, fl amiltOn
-'tV.I'.T."'.' i l'h0".1" ' . 0 Court Street
To Include Fair
Grounds In City
Petitions are In circulation today re
questing the city council to submit to
the people at the coming primary elec
tion the question of extension of the
city limlU to include the state fair
and Player Pianos Best and Cheaper
GEO. C. WILL
GEO. C. WILL
Sewing Machines Repaired and Ren:
GEO. C. WILL
McKinley and Century
GEO. C WILL
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iim rwniiiimi . rAartitnff V
T0M0RR0W-M0NDA Y-TUESDA Y
The theft of the Or
The "Murder" of
"Huck" that frees
him from civilization.
The roaring show of
the "World renowned
Vagabond life on a
raft on the Missis
sippi. Plantation scenes in
the South before the
(4ef ''dc?1- - J-
i 1 If A I
The Riot, at the "Royal
The "Robber Band" at
The lib e ration of
The inheritance hoax
of the "Duke" and the
The Slave Hunters
chase thru the. night
15:15, 4:00,. 5:45, 7:30
J and 0:15 p. m.
A PICTURE ASGREAT AS THE STORY
, Hi' lcul( is ic.m 1viTTnt'e'ii!'T7'1it ",i ''SJ,'M " " wmi m ) .
if a en k i 1 1 -,ti 5. '.!em pays any attention to ' .VHf