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DAILY CAPITAL JOXTEKAL, SALEM, OBBKffl, 8ATTODAT, AM. 6,
Large Beautiful Lots
Buy a Lot and Start a Home
Let Us Show You Burlington
Bechtel & Bynon
347 State Street Phone Main 452
(Continued from Pige 3.)
mortal church, Miss Emma Wright in
vited the members to her home, 1500
North Fourth street, last Tuesday ev
ening. Vera Wright greoted guests
at the door and Mrs. Unruh roceived
The young women have recently
pledged themselves to raise one hun
dred dollars for the church, and on
Tuesday ovening a number of the class
members who have already been suc
cessful in collecting a bit of money to
add to the fund, gave an exhibition in
shadow pantomime of the manner in
which the money was obtained. Misses
Oreig, Perry, Greyson, Harris, Gardi
ner, Gonevieve and Ethol Frasier, Em
ma Minton, Emma Wright and Blanche
Drake gave a comio picture of how
they did not earn a dollar. There are
twenty members in the class, who have
already collected eleven dollars and
Mr. Hassell, ex-convict of the Oregon Penitentiary, will
lecture on the motion picture
"THE HONOR SYSTEM"
You will enjoy listening to this man' story. The picture
itself is worth your while. See it.
And a Vitagraph comedy that's all laughs.
Lion and the Mouse Tomorrow.
15-10-20 Acre Tracts!
Good land, well located, close to electric line,
good schools, good roads, telephone service,
rural delivery, easy terms, only $125 per acre.
We can show you this property at any time.
BECHTEL & BYNON
347 State Street Telephone Main 452
i of Good
: : Everybody ; ',
are working hard to gain the whole
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson of Hays
ville entertained friends from Salem
with a delightful dinner on Easter Sun
day. The afternoon was passed with
music. Guests asked for the dinner
were: Mr. and Mrs. Cady and four
children, Mr. and Mrs. Kapphahn and
five children, Mr. and Mrs. Yates and
four children, Mr. and MrB. A. V. Ed
wards and two children, Mr. and Mrs.
Young, Henry Kapphahn.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Fasching asked
friends for last Tuesday, in. celebration
of the nineteenth birthday of thoir son
Hay. Games and music wero the even
ing's pleasures, a delightful luncheon
A quartet called the "All Ameri
can" with Mr. Ernest Park, Mr. For
rest Park, Mr. Neil Littler and Mr.
Hay Fasching gave a number of very
Extending congratulations and enjoy
ing the birthday party wero: Neil
Littler, Forrest Prico, Everett Park,
Cordon Summervillo, Neil Summerville,
Harry Fasching, Wesley Todd, Warren
Wclborn, Osmcr Latham.
In honor of Mr. W. Steele's eighty
second birthday, a company of rela
tives and friends gathered at the fam
ily homo last Wednesday to extend
congratulations and kind wishes for
the days to come. Making up the party
wore: Mr. and Mrs. Williah Steel of
Albany, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Steel and
family of Monmouth, Mr. and Mrs. E,
J. Young and family of Salem, Mr, and
Mrs. D. D. Stool and daughter of Jef
ferson, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kays and
family, Miss Edith Bngley and Mr.
John Kirk all of Snlom.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hartley entortaincd
tho Cherry City Five Hundred club last
Tuesday, with an "April Fool" even
ing. Tho unexpected happened at un
expected turns of the game and finally
prizes wero awarded for the highest
scores at head and foot tables.
Mrs. li. B. Houston and Mr. Clyde
Kico captured the favors.
TODA Y ONLY
EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA
The first motion picture of the terrible
disaster. Eleven hundred feet of the
Continuous performance, office closes at 10:30 p, m.
DON'T MISS THIS GREAT SIGHT
April first surprises appeared with
refreshments. Mrs. Downing and Mrs.
Dick assisted the hostess. Guests be
ides the club were: Mr. and Mrs. Ho
mer Smith, Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Dick and
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Houston.
Mrs. E. B. Goodin was hostess for
the Yew Yark Embroidery club Thurs
The Kensington club with MiBS
Grace Dalrymplo as invited guest was
entertained by Miss Elizabeth Lord on
Tho members of Junior Five Hun
dred club wero delightfully enter
tained last week Wednesday, by Mr.
and Mrs. G. E. Bonncll, in their homo,
085 Center street.
Mrs. A. Kazmark and Xr. Lilyquist
were awarded high score prizes. Ad
ditional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kaz
mark, Mr. Harold Roberts and Mr.
After the games was an impromptu
iimiBical program, Mrs. Kazmark giving
' scvoral piano selections, and accom
panying Mrs. Bonncll, who sung one
. of John McCormack's favorites, "Ma-
cushlu. " Mrs. Merlin Harding gavo
"When Song is .Sweet," accompanied
by Mrs. Bonncll.
Maids and matrons of the sewing
club wero entertained Wednesday after
noon by Miss Edna Josse, who used
pink and white hyacinths and pink
carnations to brighten the rooms. MrB.
Stanley Morgan captured high score
favor and Miss Mary Eckorlcn as
sisted with tho lovely luncheon.
The Nika Mika club was entertained
this week by Miss Davis and Miss Put
nam, at Mrs. Wostacott's home.
Tho Silver Thimblo club was enter
tained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs.
H. Snook, 10(17 South Liborty street.
I: being Mrs. Snook's birthday as woll
as the regular club meeting, the host
ess had prepared an elaborato luncheon
in celebration, and was surprised with
a lovely potted plant, as gift from tho
club members. Miss Ada Snook and
Miss Emma Snook assisted in serving
and also gnve pleasure with piano and
Guests enjoying Mrs. Snook 'i hos
pitality were: Mrs. Clara Hanson, Mrs.
Mary Xeyhart, Mrs. Anna Turner, Mrs.
I 'one Kightlingor, Mrs, Eliza Iarling(
Mrs. Elsie O. Matlock, Miss Edna Pen
drich, Mrs. 11. 8t. Helens, Mrs. Anna
Atcheson, Mrs. Effio I'nruh, Mrs. Mary
( use, Mrs. llnttio Kennou, Mrs. Anna
Miller, r. IX P. Olinstead, Mrs. Sylvia
l'errell, Mrs. I M. Traver.
Tho next club meeting will be held
at tho home of Mrs, llnttio Kennon,
904 South Liberty street, April eighth.
TtT T7 Ti
Time means new rugs, a few pieces of needed furniture, per
haps a new range or linoleum. Before you purchase inspect
our line and get our prices. Will you walk a block to save
dollars? We are in the low rent , district, and reduced ex
penses means lower prices.
We have opened an exchange department, and will allow you
a liberal amount on your old goods, so you need not wait to
buy your new goods, but come tn and make your selections at
once. We have a large selection 6t
RUGS MATTING GO-CARTS MATTRESSES
ROCKERS IRON BEDS QUICK-MEAL RANGES
MAYTAG WASHING MACHINES, Electrical or Hand Power
FREE VOTES on every purchase. Get thU $100 Blue Enamel
Range for yourself, or vote for your friensbj.
SALEM FURNITURE CO.
339 Chemeketa Street
100 feet East of Y. M. C. A.
Miss Ruth Wallace's out of town
guest this week was Miss Grace Daly
ryinplo of Tortlnnd.
Mrs. George W. Post and her little
son llnnford returned Sunday from a
fortnight '8 visit in Union, Oregon,
with her sister, Miss Elizabeth Eyan.
Miss Ryan is teaching in the public
Mr. and Mrs. Asnhol Bush, Jr., are
moving into their pretty now home on
tho northeast corner of South Commer
cial and Bellovno streets.
Doctor and MrB. Harry E. Clay nnd
Doctor and Mrs. Thomas C. Smith, Jr.,
passed Saturdny and Sundny in Harris
burg, guests of Doctor W. H. Dale.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers arrived
in San Francisco about two weeks ago
from their trip to Honolulu. Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Meyers met them and to
gether they journeyed home, reaching
Sttlcm Inst Sundny. Mr. (ind Mrs. Henry
Thielsen called on tlio Meyers in Hnn
Francisco. Mr. Thielsen is greatly im
proved in health and expects to return
homo in a fortnight.
Mrs. .lames Walton and Miss Alone
1'nwk went to Portland Thursday to
hear Mary Garden in Jules Mnsscnt 's
"Thnis." Mrs. Walton, joined by Miss
Zoo Stockton Wednesday, left for Tho
Dulles, where they will bo house guests
of Mrs. Claude Kninlit. Mrs. Knight
it giving a series of parties for her
No, Alcuzoj a peroxide blonde isn't
ecessarily light on lier fo t.
To the ri'gl.t jouug man, a girl's plain
red hair looks like a golden halo.
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Little Hock ..$12.50
.New Orleans $IS,0J
Kansas City $30.00
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W. D. SKINNER, C. E. ALB IN,
Traffic Manager, Portland, Ore. General Agent, Salem, Ore.
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This cleaner combines a revolving soft bristle brush
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We show you several kinds of cleaners besides the
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