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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCT. 12, 1915.
CAROL & DIBBLE.
Mrs. C. F. Pattern was hostess at a
Jnout enjoyable "500" party last even
iac at her home on South fourteenth
rtreet, complimentary to her brother,
Glenn Goodrich, woo is leaving ror
Portland to take up nil permanent resi
dence, after an extended visit with rel
atives in Salem. Caroline Testout roses
wore emtdoved in the living room to
enrry out the attractive color scheme
of pink, while the decorative motif of
the dining room was red. Throe tobies
were arranged for the players, the high
core falling to William Goodrich. Later
ia the evening, the guests adjourned to
toe dining room, for refreshments.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Bowen, Jir. and Mrs. Claude
Himmoral, Mr. and Mrs. William Good
rich, Ur. and Mrs. Ralph White,
Miaa Allie Zinn, Miss Koss I'ratt,
Miss Margaret White, Miss Florence
Bmilh, Miss Kita Claggett, Ulcnn Uood
Tich, Loyd Claggett, Mr. and Mrs. C.
The parent-teachers association will
meet this evening at seven-thirty at
the Lincoln school. An exceptionally
good program baa been planned and all
interested axe urged to attend.
Mrs. J. 11. Albert is spending a few
days in Portland.
a a a
Mr. and Mrs. William J. 11. Schultr.,
of Postville, Iowa, are guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Hchultz, en
route to the expouition.
The Tjov ill Hons of (he Christian
church will open the venter's activities
with the annual homecoming banquet
this evening at seven o'clock at their
club rooms. Following the banquet,
election of officers will he held. A
cordial invitation in extended to all the
Young men of tho town to attend.
Miss Murah Hatch left Sunday to
visit frionds in Albnny.
The Senior Guild of Ht. 'Paul's Epis
copal church wilt meet Wednesday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Jtussoll
Catlin, 1209 Chomekcta street.
Tho Eastern Btar held a social meet
ing this afternoon at tho Masonic Tem
ple. Hostesses ror tno ailernoon wore:
Mrs. K M. UK ore, Mrs. L'lva Morris,
Mrs. W. S. Mott, Mrs. Anna Mathews
and Mrs. 11. J. Miles.
a a a
J. II. Davis, of Borden, Indiuna, wns
a visitor at the homo of He v. and Mrs.
J"". T. Porter, Saturday, on his way to
The rcgulnr monthly meeting of the
flundsy school of the Leslie MethndiHt
church and the annual rally social was
held Inst evening nt the church parlors.
About one hundred ami fifty were pres
ent to participate in the evening's
pleasure. A short program was en joyed
consisting or a rending by Miss Helen
Hhaver, vocnl number by Miss Grace
Hherwood and Mr. .Iin kson, a talk by
Miss Gludys ('union on "(Irmlcd Les
sons," an address by Itev, ,1; (!. Spencer
on tho "Relation of the Church to the
Kiindny School," ami the mldrcsa of
tho evening, by Hev. Juuies L'lvin. The
program was in charge of Joseph Bar
ber, the superintendent, assisted by a
capable committee. Refreshments were
served later in the evening. This meet
ing was the opening event of rally
week and both as to interest and gen
eral eniovment was most successful.
Umt Saturday evening the Epworta
league of the church gave its annual
fall rally social, with about seventy in
attendance. An entertaining program
was given including a reading by Leslie
Springer, a vocal selection by Miss
Grace Sherwood, a reading by Florence
Seneer aud vocal numbers by the mule
Miss Stella Fording, who has bcn a
house guest of Mrs. A. N. Moores at
her home on Chcmeketa street, returned
to Portland Sunday. Also visiting at
the Moore home is Lester McCoy, of
Minnejipolia, a cousin of Mrs. Moore,
who arrived today for an indefinite stay
fr IT .T Tlonn fisa GrACA Rcfln '
and Mrs. J. I). Sutherland spent Satur
day In Portland.
The Christian Kndeavor of Hazel
Green held their regular business meet
ing Friday evening at the home of their
pastor, Hev. Klmvr Shepherd. After the
business was disiiosed of, a social hour
was passed ending ii a pleasant old
time taffy pull presided over by Mrs.
Kliner Shepherd and Mrs. Guy Looney. I
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. K1-,
mer Shepherd, Mr. a:id Mrs. Guy Loon
ey and son Glen, Mrs. Phoebe. Payne,
Mrs. P. II. KnsmiiHHcn, Misses Charlotte
Russell, Hazel Arnold, Lenora Petit,
Gladys Vun Cleave, Mary Kunigan, Na
omi Payne, illldu Villiiuiuon, Velma
Shepherd, Gladys Arnold, Messrs. An
thony KnsmiiHsen, Lloyd Arnold, Miles
Kussell, George Dunigan, Oscar Rasmus-:
sen, Walter Woinort, Lacy Peebles,
Ward Kussell, Clare Minker, Alviu Van
Clceve, Ralph Peebles, Otho Kussell.
Prof. Wallace MncMurray begins his
course of lectures this evening upon
"Tho Litorntiire of Today" by ono up
on tho sub-topicn "The lniorlunce of
American Theatre." This is a theme
closely linked with our national pro
gress, but ujMin which most people have
tuought but little. What is t tie cliar
anter of . American plnysf Are they
vitmlly related to our lifef In view of,
what the plays have been, and of the
Kuropcnn war, what is the immediate
future of the American Theatre. Prof.
Mar Murray by reason of his research
work nnd careful study of present day
plays will throw much light upon these
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. (1. Miores and daugh
ter, Mis Deltlia Moores, have returned
from a U weeks' trip through the
east. They visited in Chicago, Indiana,
Missouri and Denver.
Mrs. (). F. Piirdy is spending a few
days in I'uiTluiid.
Seattle Times: Americans must de
cline longer to believe those ancient
yarns about the wonderful thrift of
Europe. The system over there seems
to be to save it up for 10 years in
order to throw it all away in two.
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Mrs. Asahel Bush is a visitor ia Port
land. Miss Kuby Cornell is a visitor in
Mrs. C. M. Cox is in Portland today
Mrs. A. Klein and daughter, Emeline
are visitors today in Portland.
Mrs. Homer Smith and Mrs. O. C.
Locke motored to Portland this morn-inir.
.diss Helen Karhu, a nurse at the Sa
lem hospital, went to Portland this
Miss Lelia Slater was a passenger
this moraine on the Oregon Electric
J. W. Gaskill, superintendent .of
Mount Crest Abbey Mausoleum, is in
Portland on business.
Arnold Huggins, of Idalia, Mo., is in
the city this week visiting with the
family of L. H. Huggins.
Attorney Kalph K Moody, of Port
land, is visiting his father, ex-Governor
Moody, at his home here.
Airs. John T. Allien and two children
returned today to Portland after a two
weeks' visit with T. G. Albert.
Miss Eva Coolidge, Alfred Coolidge,
Miss Francis Adams and Frank Wmy
of Silverton, were in the city yeeter
lay. J. A. Churchill, state superintendent
of public instruction, was in Enterprise
yesterday, and will return by way of
E. W. Cummings, of Lake Venton,
ton, Minnesota, will arrive in the city
tomorrow for a few days' visit with
0. A. Wood.
Mis Edna Purdy returned today to
Orenco after a short visit in the city.
Miss Purdy is treasurer of the town of
Orenco and secretary of the Oregon
Mrs. C. E. Cooper and three children,
who have been visiting witii Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Enos, lliiH North Fourth
street, left this msming for their home
at Calgary, Alberta.
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COURT HOUSE NEWS
RUMANIA TO JOIN ALLIES.
aris, Oetr 12 Rumania has
decided to ally with the enten
te powers bnt 'will take her own
time in deciding upon making
battle against the Teutons, said
a Rome dispatch today, quoting
the Rumanian premier as hav
ing so assured Italy.
The Rumanian nrmy, however
Is rapidly mobilizing, according
to reliable rcorts from Buch
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county. The animal is described as
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The city of Silverton whs required toj
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across the property of the l'nrtlaud
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flew to Hooper. Whitted up, foul,
strike one; strike two ,c.alled; ball one,
ball two, ball three. Whitted out, Scott
to Hoblitzel. Niehoff up, foul, strike
one; Dan one, ball two, ball, ball three,
strike two. Niehoff walked. Burns np,
strike one, called. Burns singled to
nL . a:.u l . (. .
Bu ';u. xicnorr Biopping ai sec
ond. Chalmers up, forced Niehoff at
third. .Scott to Gardner. No runs, one
hit, no errors.
Niehoff made his first base in this
inning when Shore walked him, It was
Hhore's fourth pass of the game. Nie
hoff got to first the first time in the
Boston: Hoblitzel up, ball one, foul,
strike one; ball two, ball three, strike
two, called. Hoblitzel singled to cen
ter. Lewis up, strike one, called. Lewis
sacrificed, Chalmers to Niehoff, who
covored first. Gardner up. Gardner
flew to Whitted. Hoblitzel was held
at second. Barry up, ball one, strike
one, cwnng; ball two, ball three, strike
railed, foul. Barry flew to Taskcrt.
No runs, one hit, no errors. t
Gardner's smash to left looked good
for a minute, but Whitted ran far over
toward the foul line and took the ball
at his shoe laces. '
Fifth: Philadelphia Stock up,
fouj, strike one. Stock flew to Lewis.
It was a sensational catch. Bancroft
up, ball one, ball two, ball three, strike
one, called; strike two, called; foul.
Bancroft flew to Hooper. Paskert up,
ball one. Paskert flew to Lewis. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
The Philly batters were waiting
Boston Cady up, strike one, called;
bull one, strike two, swung; ball two,
foul, foul. Cady singled to center. His
second hit of the game. Shore up,
foul, strike one; strike two. Shore
funned, endeavoring bunt. Hooper up,
bnll one. Hooper flew to Paskert and
Cady was held at first. Scott up, ball
one, ball two, ball throe, strike one,
strike two, called. Scott flew to Tas
kcrt. No runs, one hit, no errors. !
Cndy's hit in this inning wus a clean
smnsh over second. Shore's attempt to
sacrifico was futile.
Sixth: Philadelphia Crnvuth up,
flew to Speaker, on the first ball pitch
ed. Luderus tip, bull one, singled to
center. It wns his second hit in this
gnme. Whitted up, popped to Cady.
Niehoff up, strike one, called; hull one,'
strike two, swung. Niehoff flew to
Lewis, No runs, one hit, no errors.
As the game settled down more and
more interest in the pitchers became
Boston Speaker up, strike one,
railed; bnll one, ball two. Speaker out,
Niehoff to Luderus. Hoblitzel up,
ball one. Hoblitzel singled to center.
Lewis up, strike one, culled; strike two,
called. Lewis doubled, scoring Hob
litzel, Gardner up, bnll one, foul,
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strike one. Gardner flew to Paskert,
whuse quirk throw to third held Lewis
at Becond. Burry up, ball one, strike
one, swung; foul, strike two. Barry out,
Chalmers to Luderus. Ono run, two
hits, no errors.
Lewis' double to left was a terrific
smnsh which bumped against the wall.
Only the fast retrieving by Whitted
held Lewis at second.
Seventh: Philadelphia Burns up,
strike one, called; ball one, ball two.
Burns out, Scott to Hoblitzel. Chalm
ers up, ball one, strike one, called.
Chalmers singled over short. Stock up,
bull one. Stock forced Chalmers at sec
ond, Scott to Burry, and was himself
thrown out at second. Hoblitzel to
Btirry. No runs, one hits, no errors.
After making the play on Chalmers.
Barry threw low to Hoblitzel on an at
tempted double play. Tho ball rolled
almost to the grandstand but Hoblit
zel recovered it in timo to shoot buck
Boston Cady up, bnll one, strike
one, culled; bnll two, strike two, called;
bnll three. Only fanned Shore up,
strike one called; strike two, culled;
bnll one. shore funned. Hooper up,
bull one, strike one, called; foul, strike
two. Hooper out, Stock to Luderus. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Kijrlith : Philadelphia Bancroft
up, strike one. culled; strike two. call
ed; ball one. Bancroft, flew to Lewis.
Duffy made n nice run in for the catch.
Paskert up, popped to liurdner. Cm-
vath up, ball one, strike one, called;
i foul, strike two; ball two, ball three,
j C'ravath tripplod to center. Tho ball
rolled almost to tho fence when it took
a bound over Speaker's head. Luder
j us, up, ball one. Luderus also drove
j to center scoring Cravath. His hit wus
! held to a singcl by Speaker's sharp
I fielding. Whitted up. Dugey now
; running for Luderus, strike one, called;
i bnll one, Dugey stole second. Whit
, ted out, Shore to Hoblitzel. One run,
two hits, no errors.
I Boston: Scott up, Becker plaving
left field, Whitted on first for Phila
delphia. Scott out, Stock to Whitted.
Speaker up, ball one, strike one, call
ed: ball two. Speaker singled to
Stock, the bnll caromed off Stock's
1 shins. Hoblitzel up, singled to right.
Speaker tnking third. Lewis up, ball
. one, ball two, ball three. Lew is walk-
; ed, filling the bnses. Gardner up,
Speaker out nt the plate nnd Gardner
nt first, Chalmers to Whitted. No
runs, two hits, no errors.
Ninth: Philadelphia Niehoff up,
out, Gardner to Hoblitzel. Burns up.
ball one, strike one, called. Bums flew
to Scott. Byrne bnttinc for Chalmers.
i Byrne flew to Lewis. No runs, no hits, I
j no errors.
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Boston 2 S -1
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Salem's Educational Directory
Schools and Colleges
,Capltal Normal and. Industrial School
Term of 12 weeks opens September 13-13
; 13th and Wilbur Streets, Salem
Opens Soptembcr 1.1-15
n tam Urn, M lMlt
I. Ha Van Winkle, Dean of Law Bchecl j
Music and Art
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J Miss Beatrice Shelton
Teacher of Tiano.
! Studio 345 Marion St. Phone 1299
j Frank E. ChnrchlU, Tianiste.
, Pupil of Kinil Liebling, C'ricago; gradu
ate of Western Conservatory, Chicago,
i Studio Rooms 1-2, Opera Houso Bide
I Bes. Phone 1071-R.
Mist LncUe Barton
Teacher of Voice nnd Theory
I Studio Room 404 Hubbard Bldg. Resi
dence 1017 North Twentioth street.
I Phone 504.
Dan I Langenbeig
Late pupil of V. X. A"'"';,,.
Studio 314-1.1-16-17 Hubbard DL-fr
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rhone 1351 603 X. UM
William Wallace Graham
Teacher of Violin
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