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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1916.
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Mexican Problem Inherited
in the minds of Hughes politicians Following is an extract from Presi
and editors there is considerable eon-J itcnt Tatt's letter: " The assumption by
fusion with respect to modern Amen- the (less that 1 contemplate interveu-can-.Mexicun
history. Some of the;.i tion on .Mexican noil to protect Auier
seem to think that the Mexican pros- ican lives or property, is of course grat
lent is the creation of the democratic uitious, because I seriously doubt wheth
administration and that it is a "Wil- ax I have such authority. . . . indeed,
son problem." The truth is it is Amer-1 as von know. I have already declined.
ica's problem, and it was as much a
Tatt problem as it has been a Wilson
problem, and in the event of .Mr.
Hughes election it would be a Hughes
problem. It is very likely that as. Mr.
Wilson handled the problem much as:
Mr. Teft, Mr. Hughes' method of hail-
, dling it would not differ materially
from that of Mr. Wilson.
Let us take a glance at the ri'cord.
Mr. Tuft became president on .March 4, Arizona sent a telegram to the presi
IHOH. Within twenty months after Mr. dent, reading in unit ns follows: "As
iTaft's innugiiration, trouble in serious
Iforin broke out in Mexico, un.l during
n ti... l,r,i,,0 f hi. ,i.ni. .;- i,
t tliis trouble continued.
I On November N, llllo, there was riot-
. illir in M.ixirn t'itv TIim A mm-it'ii it fill r
ws of Ameri-
was destroyed, 1he windows ot Amen-1
can residences and business houses
were broken. A street car containing
itnd the son
hool children was stoned
of the I'nited states am
bassailor was assuulted. These disturb
ances continued during November Hth.
On November Kith there was riot
ing in (iiiadulajara. The Americnn flag
was burned and windows uf American
banks nnd stores were broken. These
disturbances continued two or three
On Noverber 10, 1910, there was riot
ing at various points in .Mexico. Amer
ican consulates were wreckeu and the
records of the consulates were destroy-
On November IM, lilld, the Mudero
revolution broke out and from that
date on there was general disorder in
On March 7, 1011, twenty thoiisuud
I'nited States regulars were mobilized
along the .Mexicun border.
On April III, 1011, Mexican forces
took Agun I'rietu, opposite . Douglas,
Arizona. In Douglas, Arizona, three
Americans were killed and five were
On April 4, 1011, .Mexicans again at
tacked Agua I'rietu. half the town of
Douglas, Arizona, was under fire of
Mexican guns. On that occasion seven
Americans were wounded,
(inventor Sloan of Arizona called lip-
on 1'iesideiit I n 1 1 for the protection
of Americans. The president replied
declining to take military action.
On October 10 and II, 1011, .Mexicnn
rebels attacked mid captured .liiurcz.
One thousand American troops patroll
ed the American border and in Kl l'aso,
Texas, five Americans were killed ami
On .Mtiv lL IIHI, Secretary of tSnle
Knox sent to Mexico City a note de
living Hint the I'mied tSntes intended
to in'orvene. '
On March -0,. I !) 1 "J, rifles were sent I
lo the American legation in Mexico
City for the protection of American '
citizens. American colonists in north-;
ern Mexico flocked ncross the border, '
was grcni niioiage io Allien-.
can property bv Hie Mexican mobs.
O. April 11, 101-Vthe state depart-
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I'll i fint tin t her nn t in ii im tn A niin.-nn 1
livcH and proi'frtv. 1 I
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i hi I ))! m hi r -I lit 1 I't'pMiilont TiiH.
jiti u inessa;.e to congress described ""llaKXanl an, chicken hen, -t.-.l pres., -''
Jthe sunie as Mr. Wilson's has been, and i become the laughing stock of the insur
ihe called it the policy of "patient lion-gen's and regulars alike."
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. On Ieliniurv 0, 10KI, there was nn
iipnsing against the .Mexicnn govern-pork
ment in Mexico City. Mnnv .lavs of ,
street fighting followed. Several hull-,
Idre.l Mexican civilians were killed, ill-' been slain" and it asked "Docs any
! eluding two Americnn women. . lone think that Germany would have en-
! It wns in February, during President .lured this outrage .tor a .lay. Does any
Tuft's administration that Madero was! man believe that Knglish warship.
1 killed nnd lluerta demanded recogni- would not already lie bombarding Vera
tion, but there was no recognition of !
uertu and no intervention under the
! On March lo, loll, a few days more
than two years al ter President .Taft
j was inaugurated and about two years
: before his term expired, President Tnt't
! addressed a letter to the chief of staff
and in that let'er he decline. I to do the
very tilings republicans are now de
iiouucing President Wilson for not doing.
(Continued from page two.)
the home of the former on the Wallace
The rooms -were prettily adorned
with scarlet berries and lale in the uf
lernoon the hostesses served a dainty
Mrs. Finnk M. lirown, who went to
Albany Wednesday to attend the tea
land Kensington for which her sister.
Mrs. J. II. Hobinott wns hostess, lliurs
dny and Friday afternoons, returned
Mr. and Mrs. John .1. lioberts will
motor to Albany Wednesday to be the
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. i'erey Young,
at a Hallowe'en dancing party to be
given that night.
The pleasant and hospitable home
of Mr. and Mrs, L. A.heson on North
Capitol was thrown open to the mem
bers of the Mother's class of the" Hrst
M. K. church, Tuesday evening, when
Ihev entertained their husbands,
friends nnd families at a pre Hallow
e'en celebration. The rooms Were rn
dinnt and beautiful in nppropriate dec
larations, with living witches mid bristl
nig black cats every where in evidence.
A pleasing program, consisting of a
reading bv Mis. lionul.l Glover, and
vocal duets by-small Josephine and
Hubert Ac hesoii, was well rendered and
Later, while the lights were dim,
Mrs. Glover related, in her inimitnble
mnniier, a ghost story, which produced
the desired effect and brought out th
"spirits of the season. Much nierri
men t whs afforded during the evniiitg
by the telling of fortunes by the witch,
impersonated by Mrs. Floyd l tter, ehil
dren as well as their elders sought her
without Mexican consent, to order a
. troop of cavalry to protect the break-
water we are eonstructini; just across
the bolder in Mexico at the mouth of
' the Colorado river to save the Imperial
valley, although the insiirectos
'scattered Hie Mexican troops and were
taking our horses and supplies and
frightening our workmen away. "
On Aiiril 17. Hill, the governor of
a result of today 'a fighting across the
intemu.ional line, but within gunshot
tt .1... inn' , ii.,..i,.r
Americans were wounded on this side of
the line. ... In my judgment radical!
tiinu.iii'nu u mi ,,,..iliil in nrnliu.1 nur in. 'I
nocent people. .. . It will be impossible
to safeguard the people of Douglas un-
nocent people. ... It will be impot
. to sufeguurd the people of Duuglu
I To this telegram l'rcsident Taft re-
! plied as follows: "The situation might
less the town he evacuated
justify me in ordering our troops across
the border . . . .but if I take this step,
I must face the possibility of greater
resistance and greater bloodshed, and
also the danger of having our motives
misconstrued and misrepresented, and
ot thus inflaming Mexican populur in
dignation it is impossible to for-
see or reckon the consequences of such
a course: and we must use the greatest
self 'restraint to avoid it. I cannot there
fore order the troops at Douglas to
cross the border, but I must ask you
and the local authorities in case the
same danger occurs to direct the peo
ple of Douglas to place themselves
where bullets cannot reach them, and
thus avoid casualty."
The only difference between the iWI
son policy und the Taft policy was that
Mr. Wilson called it "watchful wait
ing, ' while Mr. lafr called it "pntient
non-intervention." (See message 1012.)
On November Hi. 1010, tnc Outlook,
which became famous by reason of the
fact that Theodore Itoosevelt was its
contributing editor, hnd an editorial
calling attention to "the nnti-Aiuerican
demonstrations winch have lately taken
place in Mexico," in which "great stu
dent demonstrations were made, mobs
broke windows in buildings occupied by
Americans, attacked newspaper offices
favorable to Americans and attacked
s rei't cars containing Americans. "
On March L'.j, 101 I., the Outlook said
that "events in Mexico are very con
fusing" and on April it declared
that Mexico presented "a serious state
It was on April ' HO, 1011, that Sena
tor Stone, democra'. insisted that Pres
ident Tuft be authorized
whatever force iniidit be
restore order in Mexico. Senator Hoot.
now one of President Wilson's most
bitter critics, mi id that a threat of
force would be 'li reverse the policy
of the I'nited States and take a step
uaciovi.r.i in ine piim oi rniuaiiuii. ,
'Senator Lodge, rcpuoli.au, mid another
hitler critic of (lie Wilson n.lministra-
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inctliu'ls lind In i In I.
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a iiht wn n ( I lt:i rut 8) mil A " til nil mn H I
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fait a.lniinistnilioii, tint the Newi(lls aH.m.is ( mo,,.r s,.h will I
American .(tlearst s) reteriing to ;
the .Mexican situation, stint " One huiid
red or more of American citizens have
Cruz, for a similar outrage upon Mug
lish citizens.'" The Mexican situation
under the Tatt administration was so
serious that in its issue ot September
-'I. 11112, the Union liouge 1 lines said:
"The American flag is only a rag in
Mexico." Kl Paso,. Texas, and other .
border papers expressed similar
incuts. All of which goes to show that I
the Mexican prohlein is nn Americ.u! i
problem rather than a domocrntic prob
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in the hooe of gaining some iusieht i
into their future Games nnd tricks
added to the evenings entertainment :
until n late hour ' when a most delect-1
able lunch was served, thus rounding ,
,J" n "1 t'"-' "'O" delightful sitlnns :
over given by the, class. .
Those invited were: Dr. an. Mrs. K. '
N. Avison, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Glov I
er, Mr. and .Mrs. iTo.l.l. .Mr. and Mrs. will undoubtedly be of inrerest it) mi
.1. T. Peun, Dr. aq.l Mrs: K. K. I'isher, 1 lem 's literary populace.
.Mr. and Mrs. Piuilkner, -Mr. and Mrs.:
A. A. Lee. Dr. and Mrs. F 11 Ttuxnii-
son, Mr and Mrs. I'. G. Dotson, Dr. and
Mrs. ITov.d I tier, ..Mr. and .Mrs. II '
Vau.lervoort, ,Mr. and Mrs. Young, Mr.
and Mrs. Dirr, .Mr. and Mrs. Kice, Mr.
and Mrs. Kurtz. Mr. nnd Mrs. Snvnge, 1
Mr. and Mrs. Millard, Mr. and Mrs. !
Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. 11. Voohies, Mr. I
and Mrs. Littler, Mr. und Mrs. W. K. 1
Vincent, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. (.. Myers. ;
Mrs. Hvars, Mrs. Poole, Mrs. Garret,
.Mrs. Sterling, .Mrs. Khmer, M rs.'Tat t I
.1 M mm Valium.
It hns been a happv week for the lit-1
tie folks, with somcthinir almost every
afternoon. Today the dainty little
Misses Ilillie and Mury Cupper enter
tained a group of friends with a merry
The decorations were all suggestive
of the season an.l the guests were greet
ed" by the little hostesses attired as
Games were played and later the par
ty closed with refreshments served at
a table centered with a huge .lack Hor
ner pie. Gay Jack o' l..interiis marked
places for the Mies Rovena Kyre,
Margaret an.l Klirabeth i.ewis, Klene
Brown, Kuth Hnckuer, Faith i'ri.ly,
Helen Heeler, Harriett Austin, Con
stnnce Fox, Maxine Glover and Fran
eella Ma. (dock.
Mrs. Cupper was assisted by Miss
At the (.'uiumercinl club a Hallowe'en
party will be given Monday night by
the Salem Floral society. The affair is
in celebration of the first birthday of
the society and an excellent programme,
refreshments and all manner of diver
sions will make the evening a gala
one. The committee will appear in weird
ghosts costumes, and everyone is in
vited. "''.''' popular nu,, artists wno
'" !'arti. i,.i,to in the programme are
Among the popular Salem artists who
I ' um ,vT'',"nn"'. w",wl" u'a1;" Iur;
! ",l "!8t ""'e ,i,a"'m' ua, ,ne "'a;e".
ew i urn ill pans l lie willier.
'"'genucrg aim .i.s. n:
,, uil"K'lf 7- . v- '
(Mrs. Blanche Liston iNicmeyer
fan i.uiiciiucrg uiiii ,vi is, iiauie I r-
Mrs. fi. E. Vnntis and her daughters,
Miss A on ii Vuntia and MisS Iterdine
it ' . 1 ' 811118 J1"" "'"?
v.i'8' i,W T. I 1 1 "u
orth i)akotu, where they will
i ir ll,me'
nienting Miss Josephine John
"J""' "hose marnage to Ar. h Harris of
?.e"e.,W' . Uk '''"r, .
fifteenth, Miss Alma Ashby was hostess
J"n T" " J' w ""r'''
M'0 Mou,.h Nl!f"fth ,s,r"ct' '"?'"
lay evening. The guests were the close
friends of the bride-to-be un.l she was
the recipient of ninny pretty gifts.
Those present were: Miss Alice
Schindler, .Miss Laura Ynntis, .Miss
Lena White, Miss I'earl White, Miss
Klorence I'ory, Miss Kuby Welch, Miss
Lois Ashby, Miss Grace Humphreys,
Miss Blanche Howard, Mrs. Hov Hates,
Mrs. C. C. Cory, Mrs. ('. Van'l'atten,
Miss Jessie Kyre, Mrs. F. It. Vance,
Mrs. (Illy M. Nugent, Mrs. Nettie
Jones and Miss Ituth Van I'atton.
A delightful event of Monday will
be the bridge party for which Mrs.
(ieorge W. Lewis will be hostess at her
residence 802 South Twelfth street.
A group of young girls will gather
as the guests of Miss Valerie Hrigus,
tonight to participate in the Informal
"300'' party for which she will be
hostess at the home of her parents, Mr.
an, I Mrs. II. L. llriggs. Her guests will
be the members of the "Kia club.''
Vitally associated with the foremost
drumatic tendencies of the present day
state is the class room theatre move
ment which i'rofessor Wallace .Mae-
Murray, A. M., of Willamette univer
sity, will present to Salem this winto'
in a series ot six public lectures.
Although dedicated to "Those Who
Live in the Land of Never Was," the
repertory is of signal interest to all
lovers of the beautiful un.l the simple
until in literature und in Hie. 1 lie i Muse, llunniih Hosting, Lu'he Wilson,
course promises to be remarkable lor !), Clark, David Adolph, Hnx Adolph, i
its cultural value un.l its vivid .list'' Lawrence Deacon, lioland DeSart.
lation of lite as presented in the ilia j Krnnk Patterson, William Keinke.j
inns of some of the greatest thiuke'S : (i,.nn Nichols, Hen.janiin Kider, Lowell
of the twentieth century. The splen-1 White, Den.ie Derrick, Leone Town
did success which has greeted Prof. M'iu, Oily Left' indwell, Mrs. II. St. Hel-Ma.-Miirray
in his previous two lecture jens, Mr. and Mrs. Matlock. Mrs. Hewley i
series shows that his ability as a dm and Mrs. (ieorge llibert. !
niatic interpreter is increasing both in j
the local community as well as in i Carrying out the idea of distinct for-j
many higher institutions of learning . miilitv' the annual "At home" of thel
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If ftM'Oll IZlM J18 AllKMlt'U S K'UlllllU lit
ornrv ci tie, wlni saiu on the u rauuat ion
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!of I'rnt'. -Mat-.Murrav l ront the I'nivor--:
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1,1 1. UI -uinm-num iiimi in- -wiinni.'.
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Willamette's present i.rotessor to " pes
sess one of the brightest minds for e.rit-!
ical dramaturgy that has ever been
,.a,mltl,a lroni the Civersity of Mil,
Artistry is the characteristic note of
the plays which have been selected for
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()t, ivi.H ,,x,,i,.it analysis so that the !
iiiiportauce ot the new movement may
become the permanent possession ot the
patron. It is I rot. MiuMunuy s pn !
in ry purpose to so interpret the plays ,
that "new thoughts, a greater spirit i Imm K. Kirk cut the ices which werc,t
of happiness and a freedom from the j .-.erved by Mrs. Laban Sleeves, assisted 1 1
sordid and colorless routine of every-, ,y the Misses Li la Doughty, Mabel (iur- 1 1
day life" inny be the lusting message ; ret t, Mildred Wiggins and Lola Coolev. P
gained from the course. j.Miss Ksther Taylor introduced the-p
I .. illiwlr.ilin.r -"I'll.. DrotiM. of Svni- Co ,.. tl. v...... i v i u . line which ill- EL
)l(lil)m .. ,h(1 first ln.Ull-v Kn,v,-i and
; llt 1 01 ti-t ioti to the new movement. !
., , i..m, .,..... has chosen Lord '.
)mi!,aliv '',e' (;den Doom" us a
st rikiug example of this tvpe of din-j
, whil Lol( i,msnv is a I
,.,,,..;,,;,. r.,ieer io the . usu-.il loit-1
erer along literary bypaths of today, jMh?s l.iln Doughty,
he is nevertheless recognized as one of j
the greatest exponents of the iinagina-1 Salem music lovers ure anticipating ,
tion und simplicity of the new school. the concert to be given by two promi
Kven though Lord Dunsany is known to j ,.t Portland artists, llartridge Whipp
be the disciple of Maeterlinck's early baritone soloist and Leoiuua Fisher
mysticism, he is a master in his ehos- i , nipp, pianist and organist, who will:
eii realm of dramatic expression. Coin- appear at the Presbyterian church, un
billed with the symbolism of his foster- dcr the auspices of the Salem Woman 's1
l.arent litterateur, Dunsany s emits-
niiinsliiii ia strikine for its ,lef i II i teliesS
,,,...,.. h,. I, ...tv .'Tin. (iol.len
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MIOOIU IS II SeillMIS pill, siuim.ii in,:
W(,r;ing out of tjie lowest nnd highest '
on one another. Desiinies are
w rought by the hand or late tuar Miig
is shown to lie iiepennenr on cnim u.oi
l.ll.l mi his nival master. Interwoven
throiiRh it all is that fascinating In-
tangible tioinethiug -wtiicii is iiistiuctiy
Dunsanv s. The extreme polish and
simple potentiality of the Lord's work
The staging ot tne play win ne exaci-
Iv representative of the spirit and the
letter of the early Babylonian duys
with which the contlicl ueais. i ne sei
tings while distinctly ot the modern
futurist type will be most nppropriate
for the speaking, east of who are to
interpret the roles. Already plans are
well under way preparatory to the first
number which will occur early next
Following at intervals during the;
winter will be " The Future of the One-1.
Act ' " an. lie presentation in,
Lady Gregory 's "The Traveling Man"
the "" Art of Simplicity" ami Yeats
I' ' Cathleen Ni lloolihan. Hoths leats
and Ladv Gregory are the dominant
plnywrights of the Irish school anil.jirs. M. W. Gleasou of the Garden
their plays reflecting the spirit of thejr,,nd, on Wednesday at noon, when their
map ot Ireland always please the read-1 oldest daughter. Frances, became the
and spectator. "Alladine unit roio -
mi.les" will be staged in connection
with the lecture on "The Mysticism of
Maeterlinck'' and a second piny of
lAird Dunsany 's " Kiug Argiinenes and
the Unknown Wariror" is scheduled
for the sixth offering lo illustrate
"The Play of Imagination."
Vnitsua! interest will he taken in the
fifth lecture "The Drams "and the
Great War," Prof. Ma.'Murrny himself
has written the play "The Song of Hap
piness" which will be presented in eon-
junction. The i.rotessor s plav is the
result of years of study and thought,
TRY OUR HOUSEHOLD WASH
All you do is iron the starch pieces
We Iron the Flat Pieces
5c per pound
Capital City Steam Laundry
- 1 "" i""oooci.i. iu u.e n.agc
..will lin uf nn mPiiii Kltril IT ICM lice til ?MI-
.? a" or me reper.orj- , new a ...
win. i.tx.r ,i imt,i. t-.i-i, i, mi
professor's knowledge, staged outside
of New York, the community interest
in this versatile, artist's production of
the winter forecasts much,
One of the guvest affairs planned
for next week is the .lancing party for
which Mr. Kolii NcIm. Avi II be host at
the Hotel Marion.
Friday evening the young women of
the I'nited Brethren Sunday school
class entertained the young men of the
senior class at the parsonage on .Mis
The decorations were suggestive of
Hallowe'en, and the evening was de
voted to music iiihI games. Later re
freshments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Asahel Hush, areola
iinnie.l bv Mr. and Mrs. W. Mclvin
Plimpton, motored to Portland this5
afternoon. They will return tomorrow
The juvenile members of the Artisan
lodge were entertained on Wednesduy
evening at the home of Miss Georgia
Hewley. Games formed the evening s
entertainment, mid later refreshments
Those present were: Leah Nichols,
Annab'ell,, Golden, Grace Davis, K.lnn
Mch'nrland, Hessie SJiaf'er, Garnett j
Clearwater, Keta Claggftt, Margaret
White, Dorothy l)sch, Thelma Low-'
batigh, Moon Schramm, Marie Cook,!
iThelinn Cook, Ksther Anderson, Ifuth
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Win WilS OIU' of till1 KOHSOn H fflOHtT at
t enct i vo 1 unci i on h. I)nnntr the hmi s
1 1 " 1 1 v . h ' ' . .
fr(,in 4 to (i 0 YloHi mciro tlinii 120 yirls
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xm T MP W1V(H Or I "V larnnv mriiiiMi .t
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Ilinlly received bv the society mem
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V1NII1M1 IIU IIIIH.1 n llfl I- UK niv mi
bers. Hleuding with the soft lirown I
I tones of the newlv decorated iiirnish-
iiuvH were ootted uali, is und huge busk
,.s ()f chrysanthemums artistically ar-1
ranged on pedestals. Adding a touch of j j
CUC II l II I UICII 1 111 II1C gllV ,-,ic s ..hi
m.-Ilow glow from n mvrind of candles, j
Interspersed at en iovnble intervals
were violin selections by .Miss Mary
S.hultz aceoiiipauied by .Miss Georgia
belle Itoolh ut the piano. At small
tables Mes.lames J. H. Talbot and Wil- j
eluded Miss liosaiiion.l Gilbert, presi-: P
dent of the society, Mrs. Carl Gre.jgTi
n,,,.v Mrs John O. Hall. Mrs. Pre. I ; I:
Taoiiii.son. Miss Helen Pear, e and Miss
Ksther Kiniiicl. Special credit for the
success of the affair is due Miss Car-1
. Cfinki.v. Miss llliinche linker and
club, Wednesday evening, November,
lltn I'ii-sl The t'ollowi llif moriiiiiii Mr..
vvi,;,.., .. ill aim. f.ii- th.. sindeiits of the
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The following is the programme:
Come Haggio Di Sol" Caldara j
"O I'cssate Di Piagarmi "... Scarlatti i
"Vittoria. Mio Core!" Carissiini i
" Allerseelen" Strauss
"Zur Run, Zur Huh'' Wolfj
" Krlkonig" Loewe;
Aria "O God Have Mercy" (St. :
"Yestervenr" Itainbridge Crist
"A Hair' of Whistles Huinbridge Crist
" Life and Death"
Samuel Coleridge Taylor
"The Fate of the Flimflams"
rin. "'Vision Fugitive inero.ii-
j ,e) Massenet
i Aria, "Hear Me Ye Winds and
Waves (Scipio) unnuei
.. Night and the Curtains Drawn'1
j G. herrata
j"l)eep River' (Old Negro melody)
Harry 1. tiurieign
. The Fiddler of Dooney.
A very quiet home wedding was sol-
, cmnized at the residence ot -Mr. and
1 bride of James (. Kara, or I arma, mn
ho, the Rev. H. ('. Stover officiating.
The rooms were made attractive with
bright autumn vines and ferns, the
bride snd groom taking their vows be
neath a canopy of October's beautiful
foliage. Refreshments were served and
Mr. and Airs. Karn left for a motor
trip to Silver Creek Falls. Mrs. Karn
has resided in and near Salem since
childhood and is a graduate of the Sa
lem high school, class lOLi. For the
last three years she has taught school
m Nevada and Oregon 1 pou their re
turn Mr. and Mrs. Karn will make their
ome on a nine, r,,r ..cam.
Air. and Mrs. John laugh ill. iiccoin-
pun.e. o.y rs. n irry wi nger ... i
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Mrs. Homer II. Smith asked a group
'of matrons at her home for an iiifor-
mill afternoon over the bridge t:ii)e
frinay. (.nests circled two tables o
nine, the score honors tuning to
K. L. linker un.l -Miss Florence Ir-
5 Y.W.CA. NOTES $
Mrs. C. A. Parks' llible class meet
ing every Tuesday nftirnoon at tho V.
(Continued tin page ten.)
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