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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY. SEPT. 16, 1915.
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io matter now intense discussion
-waied at the mooting of the Land
tirant Centres today at tba state
liauae, the most vital matter of all re
ceived ita due measure ol attention
when the first faint pangs of hunger
on the part of the men.uers were irn
mediately assuaged by a bevy of girls
Serving dainty lunches under the charge
of the Halem woman's club, Mrs. F. A.
Elliott, the president of the Woman's
olutt, and Mrs. w. j. Knigiiton, lorrncu
the ttipcrvising committee who sn com
jMjtently made the act of dining a
thing once wished, instantly fulfilled,
luncheon was served in the rotunda
daring the noon hour by the following
young ladies: Miss Margaret Gray,
Miss Zenta (.'roes, Minn Aiablo Hobert-o-i,
Elizabeth J.ord, Miss Aline t'omp
ton. The name committee will also
erve lunVh tomorrow.
Mra. R. C Cooper, of Carleton, Ore
iron, has been the guest of Mrs. Harry
Itowe at her homo on North Eighteenth
street for a few weeks.
Mrs. Klla Jones, of Portland, has
Veeri visiting her sister, Mrs. Klbert
Thompson at her home on Saginaw
jitreet. Mrs. Jones is prominent in
musical circles in J'ortlnn'd, being on
the faculty of tho North Western col
lege of Portland.
Mrs. JiuMib A. Itice has returned
from a two months' visit at her old
homo in Iown. She also visited relative
at Hostile, Tucoma and Portland on her
and the cliff brings a desire to clamber
up at once, it has character througa
tion For Husband's Murder
Mrs. W. II. fitcnsloff and Mrs. V. 0.
Hhipley entertained the Leisure Hour
club yesterday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Steusloff on Court street. This
was the first meeting of the season and
the members of the club passed a de
lightful afternoon with fancy work and
other informal diversions implied by the
suggestive and inviting name of the
club. The Misses Dorothy and May
Steusloff assisted in the serving.
B. W. Little, the popular decorator
in Halem, and his mother, Mrs. Km ma
Little, have left for California to visit
the expositions anil later make their
permanent residence in Los Angeles.
William Brown, who with Mrs. Rrown
has been spending several weeks atily with firing the bullets that kill
Heal Hocks, has returned to halem. Mrs. led Mohr and injured the girl, sat man-
mown will arrive home the latter ri(.rt , acled and sullen on a bench not far
of tho week. from where the widow was. Khe seemed
not to even know of the presence of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Wells and the three, whose statements tn the nn.
children, Virginia and Uruce, and Mr.j ,.,, had branded her as the instigator
and Mrs. J. L. Hchultz, of Portland, aroj f the death plot.
being entertained by -Mr. and Mrs. Considerable pressure has been
Charles Weller, having c.e as guests I rol,,,lt t0 ll(,nr in Mr. Mohr's case.
Is Not In Sympathy
With the Conference
Counsel For Schmidt I
nr . 1 iL.Tl I..J'J
wants AEouier inu juugc
Loa Angeles. Cal., Sept. 16.-Jude
Willi. r.f tho Si.nerior court, was re-
(Boseborg Review.) quested today 7 .TtoKj
Although elected by the rple of chief counsel for M. A. Schmidt, ae
Oregon with a Tiew of representing cused of murder in connection with the
them at the national capital, W. C. dynamiting of the Times building, to
Haw-fey, congressman from this district, cau ;D gn outside judge to preside over
yesterday informed Representative the trialj according to a statement maue
Providence, R. I., !ept. 16. Smiling
confidently beneath her mourning veil,
Mrs. Klizabeth Mohr stepped from an
automobile- today to enter the court
where she faced preliminary hearing
on a charge of inciting three negroes to
murder her husband, Dr. C. Franklin
Mohr, as he rode in an automobile along
a lonely road outside the city with his
girl office assistant.
The cases against Mrs. Mobr and the
three negroes, however, were postponed
for three weeks, because Emily Burger,
the doctor's companion on the night
ride, was unable to leave the hospital.
Thrc three negroes, charged direct-
for the Moores Jones nuptials.
W. J. PeVnll.i:.', of Syracuse, New
York, has recently been the guest of
r. m .... m.. ...... i it..
Vallou has been spending two ...until in "''. (ms threatened, what she knows of
-... ii u " t ii i iu iip in t i i, lUI-III.C.
Hints huve been current that prominent
society persons were interested in see
ing that she never actually came to
trial, lest, in retaliation, she tell, as
Klregon en route from the California ct-
Mrs. Percy ( upper was nnstess at a
)Oeasant Kensington this afternoon',
(Mimplinic ntnty to Mr. Cupper's mother,
Mrs. H. A. Ciiiu.er. who is visiting hern
irom r.sstern uregon Rl I nn nipper 'nan returned tn Nilcm.
home on N'irth Thirteenth street. Tl.nl
rooms tireseiited a festive appearance, Mrs. Kdwin Adams, of Weesan. Ma-
being decorated with quantities of del- ho, has arrived in Salem, iiceoniiaiiied ; the following men were ordered to re
icatii asters and sweet peas. The guests bv her sons, Wallace and Ilea... who'port lit the court house at 10 a. m..
who enjoyed the afternoon were: Mrs. will attend Willamette university this
Miss Anna Kntcliff, who has been
studying for li.e profession of nursing
in' Henttle during the past two years.
Jury List For October
Term of Court Drawn
The jury list for the October term
of the circuit court was drawn and
Cardwell that he would not be bound
oy any resolution that may be adopted
at the Oregon and California Land
Grant conference to be held at Halem
The discussion of tie 0. & ('. land
grant was brought up by Representa
tive Cardwell, who espect to be pres
ent at the conference on Thursday. Mr.
Cardwell informed tnc UcgressmaJ)
hv Attorney Fairall
Fairall says Judge Willis declined to
accede to the request.
The conference took place in Judge
Willis' chambers and at its conclusion,
Attorney Fairall issued the following
"I asked Judge Willis today to agree
not to preside over the trial ol -u. a.
that he was elected bv the People rf N-hm.dt on me grouiiu u. " -
Oregon and that it was his duty to rounded by influence wiucn maae ,
abide by the wishes of his constituents, impossible for him to give the defend-
Why It Has Been Made Part
of Salem's Educational
matter. Unleaa the resolutions to be i him that the fact existed with.refer
adopted by the land conferer.Ve dele
gates conforms with the ideas enter
tained by Mr. Hawley, it is nct be
lieved the latter will support the wish
es of the people of Oregon at tiie time
the resolution is submitted to the con
sideration of congress.
Attorney Cardwell believes that 0.
4. C. grant lands should be thrown open
to entry for actual settlers at a price
not . to exceed $2.30 a.i acre. He will
oppose any move that may be made to
nave the land included in a reserve
where it will be tied up by government
Hon. J. H. Booth, delegate of the
state bankers' association; (', II. Bailey
representing Douglas county in behalf
of the state grange; ft. K. Smitn and
T. A. Raffety, appointed by the county
court, and Representative W. W. Card-
ence to all other Los Angeles county
judues. 1 therefore asked that he set
aside and call in a judge from outside
"Judge Willis refused my request.
He said it was his duty to try the case
and that he did not want to ask an
other judge to take up the burden of
What ib a Junior High school, a:id
why has this system been introduced in
the Salem schools is perhaps a question
that has been asked hundreds of times
since the announcement that the sys
tem would be introduced in the schools
the coming school year.
According to Superintendent Elliott,
the Junior High system has been worked
out in many of the leading schools of
the country, including Berkeley, Los
Angeles, Columbus, Ohio, Grand Rapids,
Michigan, and the University of Wis
consin. The McMinnville schools have
gained a national reputation following 'grado gold ore, stolen from the empire
this system, and their work has attract- j mine at Nevada City, was found at 8
ed the leading educators of the coun-i o'clock th'is morning in the basement
r3tings out theti
i flavor of orJicr frwl ,.M
. . (U1U 1
II .1 It. .. . 1
aaas me acucate relish of
fresh, red-ripe tomatoes. J
I . rk It IS delin'niK k
HIGH GEADE OEE IS STOLEN,
Sacramento. Cal.. Sept. Iti Twflni
I fSvA iknilltll Ttrl I nit a ra vi-A.tl. i) . .
The demand for this Junior High
school system arose 'first from the fact
that many students finished tho gram
mar course and then dropped out. There
was too radical a change from the grain
of a house on Vine street, opposite the
Goldberg school house. The gold m
was in six bags aud concealed under a
lot of rubbish.
The discovery was made bv Pnti.
man A. A. We'Ber Sacramento- Ds.
Ia.Iiiii. X1.!..!. Tin r.
"Indigestion and practically all forms
of stomach trouble are, nine times out
of teu, due to acidity; therefore stom
ach sufferers should, whenever possible,
avoid eating food that is acid in its
nnfnrn .I- UL'llii'll III' lhlm!lnt flctilltl ill
well will leave here this evening forjth st'oma(.h develops acidity. Those
Malum wka : I ..!... 1 I. n I I ' ...'-
Callin, M.S. 0. M. Hiovn, Mrs. Church
111, Mrs. W. if. Hteiisloff, Miss May
Hteiislulf, Mrs. Kofi', Mrs. HiiigO, Mrs.
Miles, Mrs. Ktinson, Mrs, llatell, Mrs,
1iiper, Mrs. A. W. r'isii. Mrs. Hhipley,
Mrs. KunU. ,
Miss Grace l)avv, a teai'her in t.ie
Oarfield achool, has retutnitd from The
Jalles where she has been spending the
year. Mrs. Adams is visiting them fw
a few days at the boys' club on ( hem
- Miss May Hteiisloff leaves tomorrow
for a week's stay at Co.vallis, where
he will assist at the initiation of new
members in her sorority ennpter, tun
Alpha Chi Umnga at the Oregon Agri
cultural college. Miss Dorothy Hteiisloff
will leuve Haturduy for McMinuville,
where she holds a position' in tho Mc
Master Hugh Nmiwood, of Hulein, has
returned from a most enjoyable sum
mrr's outing near l'riitum, as the guest
of Master Kit ward Hieo at the home of
ilia inoliier, Mrs. ('. H. Hiee.
Miss Doris Churchill is expecting
Miss Cora Mortenson', of 1'ortliind, tu
arrive tou.o'iow as her house guest at
the Churchill home on (lit 'ketn
11. Munroe Gilbert lias returned from
a week s vacation and sketching tin
F. Downing, of Lebanon, was In Hie
Dr. and Mrs; K. Alingus, of Marsh
field, nro In I lie city.
I'ostnuiHter Hugh Mcl.nin, of Mnnrsli
field, is in the city today.
Oscar Hteclliuiiiiner, deputy county as
sessor, returned yesterday from n Visit
to Han Francisco.
V. 1.. Pound and wife, who have been
visiting iu Aunisvillo the past teu days,
will return tomorrow,
Mrs. Al Mishler ami children are vis
iting in Woodbiirii with Mrs. Al ishler 's
mother, Mis. M. Wnnipole.
Mrs. C. W. Kminett nud children re
turned yesterday from nn extended visit
in Han Friiucisco with her parent a.
C. H. Cl.apniiin, of the Oregon Ki'r
estry dopurtiiient, with licndtp.iirteis in
Portland, was in the city yesterday.
J. C Campbell, of this city, who has
been visiting in Hutchinson. 'Kansas, is
at Newpiirt. He brought back five or! expected to arrive home with his liuuily
six sketches which hn will work ever! about the twentieth or this mouth,
at his leisure. The will air is in nil of! Mr. nud Mrs. W. W, Hill and children
tliem but among several there is nl-jof Jacksonville, Texas, are here visit
ways one. And this one Is a tumble lug with friends. They are new ar
down house close to a cliff, a pier run-1 rivals in the state, nud 'expect to soon
Sing seaward, and a fishing bout. Tim j locale on a fiirm near Hp.ingfield.
October 4, when the court will be open
ed in department No. 1 with Judge
Percy K. Kelly presiding:
George I.nl.eree, Hulem, Ore., No. 3,
engineer: I. Greenbnum. Hnleni. Ore..
n, a( merchant; A. C. DeVoe, Salem,
iNo. 1, merchant; Ed Goffiii, West Ger-
DrDCAWJUe ;vnis, farmer: W. 8. Gulvin. Marion.
farmer; John Kiihut, Kast Gervais,
farmer; A. W. Anderegg, Halem, No. 5.
carpenter; C. A. George, Marion, farm
er; K. C. Halley, Halem, No. 3, retired;
T. J. Kress, Halem, No. 3, mechanic;
Clyde Harris, Brooks, retired; Jaa. Col
vin, Aiimsville, farmer: K. B. Kecne,
Siilein, No. 15. clerk; Elmer Sehmuck
er, Aurora, blacksmith; Jos. Niblor,
McKce, farmer; Dewey Miller, Aurorn,
farmer; P. Andresen, Halem, No. 12,
illinium n . U 1 III. Mi:... u.
... .. i i iif. nuiuiiiiii y, ' , , ,
farmer: K. A. M. Cone. Bntteville i have prepared a '
farmer; fleo. A. Diinick. West Hubbard,
farmer; W. T. Jenks, Halem, No. 9, mer
chant; V. H. How(, Shaw, farmer;
ttiloy Kitehey, Fairgrounds, farmer;
Luke T.emorr. West Gervais.' farmer;
Hoy Burton. Halem, No. 0. clerk; Frank
K. I.ibby. Marion, farmer; Ferdinand
Kurz, Hnleni, No. 1, carpenter; A. A.
Knfner, Halem, No. 4, farmer; ,T. H.
McDonald, Ht. Paul, farmer; John
Muurer, Halem, No. HI, mncliinist; T.
Hook, West Mt. Angel, farmer.
F. J. Berger, of Eugene, is iu the
eitv today on business.
Representative V. W, Cnidwell, R.
H. Turner mid H. M. Hmith of Tioscburg,
are attending the Innd conference.
F. M. Wilkins, L. E. Bean, Judge W.
L, Hown and Dr. T. Harris are
among the delegates nttending the laud
conference from Eugene.
Halem, where thev will attend the O.
&. C. land grant conference to be held
Both Mr. Booth and Mr. Bailey arc
of the opinion that the la.uls of the. 0.
& C. Railroad company should be class
ified and thrown open' to actual settlers
at a price, not to exceed "..".() an acre.
Mr. Bootn, who has given the land
grant proposition mac or less study,
believes tiiat that portion' of the lands
which is suitable for cultivation should
bo thrown open to entry to actual set
tlers at the price specified in the orig
inal grant. That portion ctt' the land
which is not suitable for cultivation,
Mr. Booth believes should be disused
of in some manner at a price not to
exceed 150 an ai re. None of the del
egates from Driiplns county, it is un
derstood, favor placing the grant lands
in tiio forest reserve, and will oppose
such a plan.
Others who will fO to tnc conference
from Douglas county are .1. ;. Day, of
Olalla, and N. 1). foi.ynf Drain, These
two gentlemen were appointed by the
county court to represent Douglas coun-
V hile it is generally agreed that Gov
ernor. Wit hyeonibe aud his associates
late" whereby they
may place the lauds in the control ol'
the (southern Pacific rnilrtud company,
the Douglas county delegation hopes to
so shatter the ulans of that nature that
the lands will be thrown open to entry,
as originally intended by the state of
Oregon. Any resolution having t,,.- its
purpose the placing of the lands in the
control of the railroad company or ...
tho reserves will find opposition (rem
tho local delegates.
Mr. Ball, secretary to Congressman
in. d. Minnot, is in the city nttending
the land grant conference. He states
that the congressman is in the interior
of eastern Oregon and may not be able
to reach here before the conference
ends, although it had been his inten
tion to attend. "
H. J. Friedman, circulation miuinger
of the Oregon Voter, is in the city today.
sufferers who have been obliged to ex
elude from their diet all starchy, sweet
or fatty food, and are trying to keep
up a miserable existence on glutton
products, should try a meal of any food
or foods in moderate amount, taking
immediately afterwurds a tenspoonful
of bisnrated magnesia in a little hot or
cold water. This will neutralize any
ueld which mny be present, or which
may be formed, and instead of the usual
feeling of uneasiness nnd fullness, you
will find that your food agrees with
jou perfectly. Bisuinted magnesia is
doubtless the best food corrective and
anti-acid known. It has direct action on
the stomach; but bv neutralizing the
acidity of the food contents, and thus
removing the source of the acid ir
ritation which inflames the delicate
stomach lining, it does more than could
possibly be done by any drug or medi
cine. Do not dose an Inflamed and ir
ritated stomach with drugs but get rid
of the acid the cause of all the trouble.
(Jet a little bisnrated magnesia from
your druggist, eat what you want at
your next meal, take some of the bi
surnted magnesia ns directed above,
end note remarkable results.
disunited Magnesia, No. 25 E. 2(ith
Ht., N. Y. C.
Silk and Dress Goods
with which ta make up the pretty Gowns, Suits, and Coah
which the Fashion Editors write
THE LEADING SILKS
Taffeta Silks in plain colors, stripes, checks, ulaitk m-inted
warp and changeable. (JrosDe Umdres in fancv stripes
checks, chancealbo. nlain colors nnd .innnn
. ' m . ' ------- M VI.VIJUUIU, X ill 1 1 v kllI9 111
plain coKrs and most prominent shades. Duchess Satin, Silk
and Wool tail.es, Silk and wool Poplins, Crepe Dc Chines
Imported Pongees, Radium Taffeta, identical Pussy Willow
Taffeta, but can be sold for less money. These Silks run
from 18 to 43 inches in width and are marked at the unmatch
ahlc prices of 50c to $2.23 a va"rd.
Dainty New Neckwear,
Hair Ornaments. Hand
Bags and all the little ac
cessories to complete your
Plenty of Pur Trimmings,
Frogs, Silk Cords, Novelty
to match colors of fabrics
Velveteens and Corduroys will also be amonpr the leaders
for street Wear. We are showing a large selection of these
pi o fabrics in many shades; 18 inches to 45 inches- suitintr
widths. Priced 50c to ijtf.OO a yard. B
Sheriff Martin, of -Nevada conntv
They had been on the trail of tb
stolen ore for several weeks. Tha of.
l'ieerg are now searching for the owiw
of the housoundcr which the ore waj
Word wag received tiiis morning that
a man named ('ollinsvsuspected of hav
ing been implicated in the theft' haj
been arrcBtcd near San Diego.
mar school methods to that of the , t,tcti-v Kl- DeTO of 0ak,"nd( and
Jiigh school, and statistics showed that
a large percentage or pupils never
reached the High school.
. For this reason, the last two years of
the grammar school and the first year
of the High school were brought under
one head as the Junior lli,h school and
the course arranged so there would be
no radical change in study or discipline
,inst at this time of the pupil's school
The first year of the Junior Jiigh
school course, or what was formerly
known as the seventh grade, allows the
students to choose studies that arc
suited to their ability. From the
eighth grade, the course is not so rigid
as formerly, but the pupil is permitted
to select subjects and may begin at
once to take up vocational studies.
Formerly in these grades, the pupil was
obliged to take certain subjects that
might never be used in later life.
Another point in favor of tho Junior
High school system, is to modify the
methods of discipline, so that a iniger
liberty is given them through a student
body and the pupil allowed at an earlier
age to rely on their own initiative and
Wait no longer, our Big
Stock of Fine Pianos are now
We will be ready for business Fri
day morning, the transfer company will
tiuish unloading and unboxing' our
NOW. it thi re ever was a marvelti-.iB
opportunity for the piano buvers of Sa
lem a nil vicinity you will find it light
in the Valley Music House, the Vallev
Music House ha9 arranged as before
stated to hamlie a line ot high grade in
struments direct from two of the larg-
.... iuiu-s in me cast winch will:
mean n saving t0 the buying public of I
tins city, and the surrounding country
of from $.-.(1,011 to I.MUK) the pur-1
chase of a piano. IMPORTANT, vou
have at this stoic over a dozen differ-!
cc.t makes of pianos to selo-t from
there is not a place iu Salem and never I
lias I. ecu Kiie.e you could inspect such
a line of fine instruments as vou will
find on toe floors of the Vullc'v Muic
DON'T FORGET THIS, the Valley
.Music House is here to stnv. Mm ..i'.
nger of this inslitutici has he. n selling
pinnos iu Salem nearly two vears and
has sold many pianos during this time
we have a three year lease on the build
ing we now oc.-upv n, ,,X.,.t 1o
make, this a permanent business ir.' Sa-
'.... we nave two concerns b..,l,- nf
lire in position to back any kind
i'Umi.css and when we nv r.,n
our price- are going to be low w,' mean I
every word of it. We ask nothing but !
the privilege of conferring witi, vou i
Pctore you make n decision ' I
"ht planus both Grands, Fprights.nnd '
layer p.auos are bright and new iust ,
roui tnc tactorv. -.v.ih t;,. .: ...
Under the direction cf the
Sisters of the Holy Names
SALEM, OREGON ;
. AND DAY SCHOOL
Heretofore, the chance from crramn.ar: ri J 5 r.
school methods to that of the nigh luust appwveu meiuuus, ri
mary, brammar and High
School Departments, Com
plete Course in Harp, Piano
Voice Culture, Violin and
Harmony. No interference
with religion of pupils.
Modern Conveniences ?
Scholastic year begins
second Monday in September
school has been too radical. By the
modification of the methods of instruc
tion in the Junior High, the pupil is
better prepared for Senior High school
work. The new arrangement also makes
it possible for the pupils to be taught
by specialists in various subjects.
But the greater advantage of tho new
system, and one that will meet the ap
proval of these practical times, is that
vocational training will now begin in
what has been known as the eighth
grade, and from this grade on, the pupil
may select subject that, will be of
practical value Inter in life.
LINER IT SET AFIRE
Liverpool, Sept. 16. Lying at tho
docks, the Johnson liner Quernmore,
7.:i02 tons, today was mysteriously set
afire. No details of the origin of the
blaze, however, have been announced.
HUIE WING SANG CO.
Big line of Waists, House, Dresses, Silk Goods, Men's and Boys
Butts, Pants and Overalls, Ladies', Gents, and Children's Underwear.
Overshirts, Sweaters and Shoes. Ladles' and Children's Fancy Dresses,
Neckwear, Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery, Gloves, Comforters, Blankets,
Embroideries, Laces and Mattings.
We make up Dresses, Wrappers, Kimonas and White Underwear. All
goods selling at lower prices.
291 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
: Salens Educational Directory :
ii nn Mil nvonntinn
a ,ew e nought t a real bargain
These f,.w w i i, ,.,.... ...
at prices that will ,...,. .... '! .7 ' Capital Normal and Ttirinttrini p.i
., , . . worm i wv-.ivvi
" e have two
Schools and Colleges'
WORSTED DRESS GOODS
Ami).np tlui differcnt fabrics we nro showing, you will find:
Inch Now Hroadoloths, Imported Front h Gabardines, Cov
crts, Satin Solid, Satin Kayo, Princess Poplins, Tailor's Suit
ings, Hairline Stripe, Serg os, Panamas, Hcavv Crepes, Heath-
RA,x,00JIa!rftas'Tal,or Scr&M IV,,,,,? (;rni
( loths, nest hnd Suitings, Plaid Suitings. San Tovs, Shop-
ard C hocks, Wool Satins ; many other novelties.
All New Idea Patterns
10 cents each
the Goods That Fashion Demands
ffl , Cttr
v man j icre.
I .vmir while to investigate.
J " 1"" tins lot tht. like
. both full Sv , ,,,, ri .,, ' ,
late. one. k ,,,,,
'One ot these can ... b.m, .?:.- A.
ca h. the other tor .;-.' 1....I ,., ,,lsll
M'U.e crcd.t one of the,,, is Moo.oo in
VOU SHOULD SEE ,i,0 ,nn, new
I !lr" 'Vg to sell
Hnv casevo,, n.av ,,esire and
W A MOMENT PLEASE. ju
it.,-" .r,'.cnr'1 "", smith
Opens September 13-15
th and AV.lbur Streets, Salem i I. H. Van Winkle, Dm of Law School
Term of 12 weeks opens September lD-'lj'
Music and Art
Frederic s. Mendenhall
linno Organ Theorr.
Mjrrtle Long Mendenhall
Nnd.o, Room ill, h.bbnrd
r towm, rii.niste. i
ate of Western ( onservatnrv . i.;
J. I Still in P .. 1' -""M'.(
r Mann. I,V w, .u. o ' , i """'" ' t'POra House Hid.
W-r7 started r-lJ
-V"-l dc,,,ib,litv nt' J nl. :.' .iV: o. ...Teacher of liano.
Ttic reach of il,. ... ' . sMuuio .na .Marion St.
.duanv b,,, wrZ:i
uu. 10.1HV tht.r. Ur..
nun rdiinrrv N.....L
Sm. Hi ltrne i0,
in hunies of tin. .,,
mt .r tn. ..... .... .
h.M the ,er , M.lwankie Vv.
rJTw "''Z ,,V. '.hi "
NOT r ATI. t" vA W"- IH)
VALLEf MUSIC HOUSE,
C. r. Hull Mgr.
giving Measure, f 1b'Pwx . Miww Study U
833 N. Lrtirtv!
-c-i om. street. jut a few
or name l ath Store.
Watch fcr our ad in tomorfV,T
Stntcsiru. . ,
Dan F. Lnngonberg
Late pupil of F. . Arenz.
Studio 314-1.V16-17 nubbard Bl'ltf.
Mrs. D. T. Junk
Mrs. Bertha Junk Darby
Teacher of Tiano
riione. 1D50 W. 679 N. Cottage St-
Miss Laura Grant
Tiano and Musical Kindergarten
S.9 Center St. rhone 2010 H
MIbi Luclle Barton
Teacher of Voica and Theory
1017 North Twentieth St. Tbone 564
William Wallace Graham
Acacuer or Violin
Nine and one half vears Ei
fkna. hotel , 1 $ J Jj "J"" Marion. For appointment,
I'hone 1547 M. y Asistaut, 180 .. 21st St.,
uou or Knval 1I...I. o t ,
teau. Huh, ..',i m"'" Korlin. tlermanv. under Joachim. Mur-
and one half vears F.,r7.J a'Kiesl commeudation from them.
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