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THE DATLY CAPITAL JOrRNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY. MAR. 25. 1916.
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Miss Catharine Carson
SOOIKTY loaders ut last liuvo found
enotber oiilli.'t for tlieir cherished
divernion duni'iiiK und will 110
tloubt iuiluio in it joyou.sly at the pre
mier dinner daw-B at tho llotol Mirion
next Friday evening.
It apnea to be utterly impossible
for society to keep away 1'rom the fns
rinntiiig art of dnneing and the dinner
(lance which ranks among the mrat
popular of all is a delightful innovation
From al reports the smart set is en
Ihimiastieally in favor of these dinner
dances and a number of the married set
and several bachelors are already plan
iiing dinner parties for the premier
which will no doubt see a throng of
About forty smartly gowned matrons
gathered for the 'Attractive bridge
vni'ty given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs.
William Danry anil Mrs. W. Al Jones,
who entertained in the home of the
former. This was the second of a scries
of similar functions at which these two
fharmin" matrons h.ive dispensed hos
pitalities. The rooms were attractive
with spring blossoms, jonquils and Ore
Mrs. A. 8. ZazinareU. Mrs. Gcorue
Jwis and Mrs. William Uubcock won I
the score honors.
Their guests included: Mrs. William
IT. Kldridgo, Mrs. John H. Craig, Mrs.
Villinn MuUilchrist, Jr., Mrs. Douglas
Wiuto, Mrs. Charles K. Hpaulding, uiis.
li. K. Csviness, of (iervaisj Mrs. W. K.
Andnrsou, Mrs. (leorgo ewis, Mrs.
Merlin Hanling, Mrs. Hubert Downing,
Mrs. Uomer .Smith, Mrs. T. H. Jones,
Mrs. II. J. dements, Mrs. H. J. Chap
man, Mrs. Fred Steuslol'f, Mrs. Carey
Martin, Mrs. II. C, Kpley, Mrs. William
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Are Causing MORE Comment
la tliis age of Automobiles and Airships, it is necessary to keep in linehave an auto
of your own. If you have a child in your home you need an Auto-Gocart. The new
est thing in Gocarts can be seen in our west window.
A Gocart built like an up to date autowith windshields, fenders, curtains, lamps,
etc., with artillery ball bearing wheels, body made of German half reeds, upholstered
in corduroy, comes in grey, brown and old ivory. You must see these to know of
Prices $1 5.00 to $35.00
: y ' Miss Ida Simmons '
group of attractive Maids who will assist in selling blossoms for the Pisgah Home Benefit:
Htousloff, Mrs. William (Jalownv, Mrs.
Kdgar II irtley, -Mrs. W. I', liabcock,
Mrs. Walter Spanieling, Mrs. Henry
Fuwk, Mrs. L. M. Jiogs, Mrs. (). (i.
McClelland, Mrs. A. S. Kazmarek, .Mrs.
Hoy Mills, Mrs. Henry I'oisnl, Mrs. K.
H. Parkhurst, Mrs. Armin Steiner, Mrs.
Chester Cox, Mrs. Husie Junes, Mrs. W.
i,UHI, 11 Inn r.ieilH ruWH, .U1SS frCUfl-
biff nnd Miss Alta Jones.
Miss Jones assisted the hostesses.
Mr. and Mrs. George rainier Put
nam and tlieir guesls Mr. and Mrs. 1(.
W. Mawver. of lienil. Oritunn went
to Portland today to attcud firand
Huuilay the Putnams and their guests
will spend tho day motoring around
Portland ami out tho Columbia high
way. They will return Sunday night.
Mrs. John McXnry's guests the Miss
es Gertrude anil Margaret Gray, of Se
attle, who are always tho motif of
many delightful social attentions from
their coterie of friends were guests of
honor at the inform il dinner presided
for by Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cross Thurs
day evening. The table was adorned
with pink Primroses nnd candles with
covers for the Misses Gertrude and
Margaret Gray, Miss Ellen Thielsen,
Carl Gabrielson, Lawrence 1 Infer,
James Young ind the hosts. Dinner
was followed by on evening of bridge.
Miss Winifred Hynl, the charming
society girl, whose playing has received
high encomium in Jew York this
winter, writes to her friends, and re
counts of the wonderful times she is
having there. (She will not return to
Salem before the bitter part of May
or tho middle of June.
West Window for
Grand opera and the Ballet TCusse hi
'Portland this week revived memories
(of other grand opera seasons, and had
a chariu ot its own as well, a charm en
tirely dissociated from comparisons.
Friday night was unusually brilliant;
n typical "first niiiht" with all the
incidentals which the term implies.
Among the prominent members of
Salem society who went to Port
land to ntlend tiie opera were; Mr. and
Mrs. William Hitrghurdt, Mr. and Mrs.
Asahel Hush, Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Roberts, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Lytic,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Denton, Mr, "and
Mrs. Milton Meyers, Mr. and .Mrs. U.
P. Hishop, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dives
ley, Mr. ami Mrs. Hen Schueking, Mrs.
Carlton Smith, Mrs. W. K. Anderson,
Mrs. T. II. Galloway.-'
Mrs. Ben O. Schueking asked tho ma
trons ol tho Kensington club at her
hc,m for an informal afternoon Wed
i.esdiy. By way of varying the serv
ing beo Mrs. .Schueking entertained
b 'r giicit with a line party at the Ye
I ikeity theatre.
Mrs. Oswald West and daughter, Miss
Helen West are the week end guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Hen Oleott.
Mr. and Mis. George Ilodgers will
motor to Portland the first of tho week
to meet Mrs. T. W. 11. London, and
daughter, .Miss Winnifred London and
son. Master Tom London, of Vancouver,
It. C who will bo their guests for sev
eral days. Tho Londous are en route
home from a visit in Salt Lake city.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durbin will en
tertain the members of the Nemo Card
club Monday evening.
Miss Hazel Erixon
Mrs. Harvey Wells had the matrons
of her card club for an informal af
ternoon over the bridge tables Thurs
day to say au revoir, as she and Mr.
Wells are moving back to Portland
Mr. and Mrs. Wells have become
very popular in local society ind will
be greatly missed. However, Mr. Wells
will frequently be in Salem on busi
ness and their friends are hoping that
they will spend much of their time
Among the delightful affairs of the
I week was the social afternoon given for
tno matrons of the aij society of tho
First Presbyterian church by Mrs. II. J.
Bean. Mrs. Chauncey Bishop, Mrs, Jos.
Palmer, Mrs. John Lewis and Mrs. M.
A. Thompson at the home of the former
The rooms were charming with spring
flowers and Oregon ginpe. Mies Flor
ence Cleveland, who is a guest at the
Bean residence, made the afternoon
memorable by several vocal selections.
The hostesses were assisted in the
serving by Miss Grace Beau and Miss
Guests of the society were: Mrs.
Harry Thompson and daughter, of Mar
garet, of Brownsville, and Mrs. Edwin
Smith. The members present were:
Mrs. Weller, Mrs. Hoff, Mrs. Raymond,
Mrs. Is'iles. Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. E. T.
Busselle, Mrs. 0. J. Wilson, Mrs. Chas.
0. Wilson, Mr. E. W. Stubbs, Mrs.
Carson, Mrs. W. V. Johnson, Mrs. W. II.
Steualoff, Mrs. K. S. Wallace, Mrs. G.
L. Adams, Mrs. W. G. Allen, Mrs. L. G.
Altnnn, Mrs. A. L Brown, Mrs. Bower
sox, Mrs. Bean, Mrs. Dubuis, Mrs. Carl
Klliott, Mrs. Marcus, Mrs. F. J. Miller,
Mrs. F. h. Purvine, Mrs. Edwin Smyth.
MrB. Charles Fisher returned Thurs
day evening from Kosebnrg where she
wis the guest of her mother, Mrs. N.
Owens, for several days.
Mrs. Joseph Keinlinrt asked a group
of friends for n charming informal sew
ing bee Friday afternoon, her guests
were the matrons and maids of the La
Cornier Kensington club including Miss
Edna Josse, Mrs. Chester Cox, Mrs.
Louis Josse, Mrs. Joseph Reinhnrt, Mrs.
Walter Spaulding, Mrs. L. M. Boggs,
Mrs. Paul Schmidt, Mrs. Harry Wen
doroth, Mrs. Paul Johnson, Miss Nancy
Skaife, Mary Eckerlen, Miss Zee Stock
ton and her guests, Mrs. Joe Staddl
m in and Miss Zepa Gnlbrentii, of The
Mrs. Reinhnrt was assisted by Miss
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Johnson were
hosts Friday evening for a five hun
dred party, their guests included the
members of the Tano club and a table
of additional friends. I
Pink carnations and Spanish bloom
made nn attractive foil for the card
tables. High scores were won by Mrs.
Gibb ird and Roy Riehurdson.
Mrs. Mrller Kevier and Miss I.elnh
Johnson assisted Mrs. Johnson in the
The club members present were: Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Ward, Mr. and Mrs.
Miller Bevier, Mr. and Mrs. Lelfoy
Hewlett, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson,
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Scofield and iMr.
and Mrs. Clyde Johnson.
Additional guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
William Grier, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur
Gibbnrd, Miss Frances Ward and Miss
Mis. Thomas B. Kay's mother, Mrs.
C. A. Wallace, was the motif of a de
lightful surprise party at her residence
Thursday evening, on the occasion of
her eventy ev-inh birthday anniver
sary. The affair was planned by the
immediate members of the funily and
Mrs. Wallace's home was the scene of
family reunion, including her children
A bevy of smj'd folk gathered at the
home of little Miss Pearl Kap('haJiau
Saturday afternoon for a charming St.
Patrick s party. It was such a merry
affair witn Jrish favors and decorntious
being carried out iu charming detail.
The little hostesses guests were:
Pauline Mnriuih, Vivian Adolph,
Gladys Ijimar, Anna Howard, Velmo
Williams, Tearsn Feist. Pearl Jones,
Caroline Lambrith and Anora Reidy.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hofer have had
as their guest Thomas Bennett, ot
Marshfield, who is en route home from
a trip to San Francisco.
Mr. Bennett and Mr. Hofer were at
Stanford university together and art
both Sigma Chi Fiatornity men.
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Miss Barbara Steiner
WITH or without excuse, society
women are ever on the qui
vive for new fads. The latest
is not a dog. Dogs are now consigned
to a secondary place by New York
women and birds are "la dernier cri"
or whim. Whereas a society woman
lormerlv bouuht a Pommcranian to
match her gown she is now equally
concerned about a bird.
No particular variety is noticeably
popular, but the color scheme, is all nn
portant as the saucy little feathered
creature must harmonize with milady's
In order for a fad to be very popular
it must become a luxury, while the cost
of the bird itself could never be more
than a trifling, it cannot be said ot
their cages. Thcso are of every color,
nhane nnd si'.u imaginablo and are
made of ivorv, .jade, or tortoise shell
With tho burst of spring weather
tenuninity is taken up with the Altai
question of clothes which indicates that
the out door season is at hand. Easter
will no doubt bring out a harvest of
new spring millinery and tho billowy,
flared things which are so popular this
Miss Gertrude Grav who his been
the guest of Mrs. John McXary for
several weeks will return to Seattle
Sunday. Miss Margaret Gray, who is
also visiting Mis. McNury will remain
for another week.
Informal yet charming was the
bridge uiven Thursday afternoon bv
Mrs. George Rose, who had the matrons
of tlio Thursday club for threo or four
tables of the game.
The attractive card favor was cap
tured by Mrs. Oliver Locke.
Mrs. George Rodgers and Mrs. James
Wilson assisted Mrs. Rose.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Cooke Patton's resi
lenec was the scene of delightful social
function, Wednesday evening, when
about eighty numbers, of tho Congrega
tional cnurcli gathered tor the second
of a series of social evenings, given for
the members of the church.
The rooms were airy and spring like
with an artistic nnav of yellow dal'fo-
lils and greens. The evening was made
particularly delightful by the piano so
los of Miss Thclma Blessing, a
whistlimr solo bv' Miss Bertha Clark
and a vocal solo 1v Willard Hall. Mr.
Patton rounded out the gayetics by his
artful slight of hand tricks.
.Mrs. ration was assisted in the serv
ing by Mrs. Fred Stewart and the Miss
es Luella Patton, Prisvilla Fleming,
Acnes Bavne, Ethel McGilcnrist and
Airs, .loe Htiiitillnntn nnj tiiitiehler.
Joan Katherine, and Miss Zepu Gal-
breath, ot The Dalles, who havo been
the uests of Miss Zoe Stockton for
several days, returned today.
The matrons of the rriscilln club
enjoyed a delightful afternoon Thurs
day with Mrs. Daniel .1. Fry as host
ess. A brief business meeting preceded
a sewing beo and ref leshments.
The rooms were exceptionally lovely
with a profusion of yellow daffodils
and spring blosscms the club color. !
Mr. and Mrs. William Uancy werej
hosts Monday evening for a five hum!
dred party, asking us their guests the!
members of the Nemo club.
Spring flowers adorned the cardj
Xi oms, where five tables of the ganiei
were circled by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph)
Haumgnrtner, Mr. and Mrs. George i
Rodgers, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson,!
Mr. und Mrs. Frank Durbin, Mr. and'
Mrs. George G. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.j
f diver Locks, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee
Steiner, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Olinger,
Dr. and Mrs. Carlton Smith, Mrs. Chas.'
McNary and Mrs. George Rose. j
The high score honors fell to Mrs.
George Rose and George Brown.
The "Brode club" composed of fif- j
teen matrons spent an enjoyable after
noon at the informal Kensington for;
which Mrs. P. K, Fullerton was host-1
ess Thursday afternoon. j
Following the sewing dainty refresh-:
ments were served by the hostess as !
tiistevl by Mrs. Ed Wood and Mrs. Enrii
Anderson. Mrs. J. W. Woodruff was
asked as an additional guest. !
Mr. and Mrs. John McXary will en
tertain as their guests Tuesday even
ing the members of the Merry-Go-
Kouud Five Hundred club. :
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown went to i
Port laud this morning for a brief visit.1
A large array of society matrons and ! posed of Dr. II. C. Eplcy,. Charlen
maids were to havo sold jolie f leurs to- Knowland. Fred Metz nnd S. E. Wolf;
day for tiie Pisguh Home, but the solo, Miss Marguerite Flower; instru
weather made it necessary to j mental numbers by Miss Joy-Turner
postpone Primrose d i.v as it was impo.s- j and pupils; and a duet by Miss Linn
sible to carry out ihe origin il plausi Jasper anil Miss Bertha ifouniard.
mado by tho committee, headed by Other Un-al artists will also partici-
.urs. i hauncey nisnop.
If the gods favor it Mondav willj
see su h a deluge of attractive
young matrons with baskets of these I
pretty. symbols of altruism for sale that ,
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il Will lie iiiiiil iur iy wnu iu ruir.i'11
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aid ill se'lling blossoms are: Mesdamcs
Chauncev Bishop, Henry Movers, Hat-
tie li. Lawrence, Hen Oleott, O. M.
Elliott, John Mc.Varv, T. F. Porter,
Asahel Bush, Melvin Plimpton, William
Burgliardt, Harry Clnv, George J'ul-
mor J'utnam, Hoorgo W. Grav, Council
Dyer, Gcorgo Rodgers, Frederick Thiel
sen. Charles MrXnrv. Frnesr Hunt. Cur
tis U. Cross. Zartnc Hi itlfs. clvdo K.
Graham, Elmer Hidden, Richard Cart -
wright, John J. Lewis, Anna Rogers
Fish, William Gnllnwav, F. C. Carleton,
G. R. Bonnell, Roy Burton, A. H. Ka.-
marek, .Miss Edith Hazird, Miss Mattiej
lieatty, Mesdamcs E. F. Fargo, E. E. 1
risner, r: u, mrvinf, .loan Illinois,
Miss Margaret Cospcr, the Misses Ida
Simmons, Ellen Thielsen, Margaret
Gray, Caroline Dick, Dorothy Dick, Hul
en West, Gcrtrudo East, Helen Rose,
Kathryn Slade, Helen Dcckcbach, M u-
lorie Kay, Esther ( arson, Catherine
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Lord. Hazel Downing, Margery Marvin,
Jessie Jloh omti, .Marie llulcomh, 1' lor
once Hofer, lla Spaulding, Olga Gray,
Jane Fry, Mario Hofer, Lucille Belle,
Gene Belle, Gortrudo Enst, Bernicc
Craig, Irene Curtis, Tora Mortcnson,
Dorcas ( nurchill, Mary Eckerlen, Alice
Baker, Margaret Good'iu, Lottie. Rogers,
Flora Pitterson, Lctlia Driscoll, Regiiin
Long, Priscilla Fleming, Paulino Rem
. Jehn Claiic Monteitli the well known
baritone and vocal teacher, of Portland,
will sing in concert in Dallas next Sat
urday evening, under the auspices of
the Dallas Woman's club.
Mr. Monteith. accompanied by Mrs.j
Monteith, will stop iu Salem Saturday
before going to Dallas where they wiil
be the guests of Mrs. George Gerlinger.
A dancing party that was one of the
most delightful memories of the week
and ono that will go down as one of
u"c.,"" ',l ! K'V"i
uy me mauons aim ma s oi no im A.;-
a cluh was hem at the Moose hall
It was a typical Irish . affair, tho
decorations all being dono in green.
From tho center of tho ball room a
huge green ivy bell hung nnd from that
streams of the same color transforod
the room into i bower-of green. At the
sides of the room were jardiniers of
feathery fetus. Tho punch wus also
green, and was served by three dainty
littlo muids, tho Misses Macyle Hunter,
Lurouiy .scii anu jciua ivuson.
Following the dance the out of town
guests from Dallas were entertained at
Mrs. Ben A. Polz'ui entertained a-
number of friends informally .it cards
Monday evening in honor of her hus
band's natal anniversary.
Card favors were won by Mrs. A. F.
Courter and C. 8. Newberry.
Circling the tables were: Mr. and
Mrs. George Fox, Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Courter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Glover,
Mr. ami Mrs. C. II. Fruiter, Miss Lillian
Stcgo. Miss Alma Ashbv, Miss Marie
Schwab, H. X. Stoudenineyer, Chester
Yantis and C. S. Newberry.
An excellent musical programme and
one that will include some of tho most
exclusive local talent is announced for
tho concluding number of winter at
tractions at tiie Jason Leo Mcmoriil
church on North Winter street Wednes
day evening, March tho twenty-ninth.
Some of the interesting features of
tiie programme will he a whistling solo
bv Mrs. LaMoine (Murk; reading by
Airs. Anna Rogers Fish; reading by
Mrs. J. Monteulm Brown; selections
by the Christian church quartette coin-
Xfrat annoying cough which keeps you awake at
night can easily be stopped by using a bottle of our
25c and 50c
You will be convinced when you use one bottle.
Remember the place.
410 STATE STREET
Formerly Poole's Drug Store
! pate. A small admittance lee will be
About seven! v-five couples of
lyounger girls and men and married folk
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made merry the evening tripping steps
ftnng orchestra at the Hotel
Marl0B 1 lst "'
! The dancing parties given by the
I string orchestra this winter have been
i vpr.v popular and a delight to devotee-a
of tiie art, because of the music whie),r
'" "ecu unusually miuu. me smug
orchestra is composed of Miss Mary
Schultz, violin; Miss Lillian Stcgo,
violin ; Miss Georgabclle Booth, pianist;
fi - liunsell, string bass; Charles Do
Crastos, xylojdione and A. E. Laflcr,
Clarence Bishop, of Pendleton, will
arrive todav to be a week end guest at
tho Bishoj) residence.
The memoes of tho Aid Society of
tho W. H. C. wore entertained Thursday
' bfteri eoi at the home of Mrs. Fred
I Uynon. Sharing the honors as hostess
witn Mrs. Uynon were: Mrs. M. E.
1 1 omcroy, Mrs. William Short, Mrs. L.
, , ,, . i, ,, .a i
t learwater, Mrs. Dm vies, Mrs. Jennie,
Stewart and Mrs. K. K. Dennison.
relieving the business session, Mrs.
F. T. Porter gave x reading and Mrs.
Doilti'i: a piano solo.
Several of Die Sons of Veterans
augmented the party later for refresh
ments, including Dr. G. V. Ellis, David.
Dregur, A. M. ( lough, R. F. Peters, E, ,
E. Cooper and J. F. Dunlap.
Mrs. R. E. Lee Steiner and daughters,
tiie Misses mta and Barbara Steiner
are the week end guests of Mrs. W.
Kerron, in Portland.
An all day session of tho interdenom
inational missionary society, which is
composed of nil tho missionary societies
of all the Protestant churches in Sa
lem will bo held in the First Congrega
tional church Friday, March 31. A most
interesting programme has been ar
ranged for tho meeting including a
book review by Mrs. Alice tl. Dodd, n.
report of the Laymen's missionary con
vention recently held in Fortlnnd by
Rev. C. H. Elliott, and special music bv
j,rs Mprlin H.lr(li , ,,, Mi L 1(;
Barton. In the afternoon a naieant.
showing the progress of missions iu th
I'nited SJutes wiil be given under the
direction of Mrs. J. M. Brown.
This pageant has been presented in
various churches in the middle west
and has been pronounced a success.
Everyone is invited to attend this
meeting nnd aro urged to bring their
lunch and remain or the entire day's
session. The ladies of the church will
provide tea and coffee 'it the noon,
hour. Tho morning service will begin
(Continued c Pagg Three.! 4
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