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two THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOV. 25, 1916. Sk
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EVER on the qui vive for some--' ranged effectively; about the various
thing new society surely found rooms. -
r tr6aBt the 0nd V';, The Trio rjub augmented by a few
Wednesday night, when it attended ;,i,iu;i ,, ,.,, ., l.i , ,,,
:las Room Theatre."
The, premier play or the repertory
for the season, "The Golden Doom",
a drama of symbolism by Lord Dun
sany, was a delightful opening of this
innovation whirh promises to free one
from the tiresome, sordid and colorless
routine of every day life.
Mr. McMurray has high ideals and
nfathomcd earnestness. Otherwise he
would not attempt this really big move
men now being launched iu the larger
cities, merely to give Salem folk the
amae advantages, and something orig
inal and new in the art of entertain
meat. Such effort merits the most flat-
from his aesthetic,
sponsors, if- for no other reason than
ita sinceretiy to arouse A keener ap
preciation of dramatic literature.
Artistry, simplicity and a wonder
land of imagination characterized the
play which Mr. McMurray spared no
expense to make successful; the cos
tumes, and all from tho new red velour
curtain to the clever interpretations of
the east were artistic in every detail.
Itefore the presentation of tho (day,
Mr. McMurray assisted by Miss Catb
riae Carson gave the prolog.
As an introduction to the perform
a ace Hartridge Gardner Whipp, Port
land's favorite baritone, sang a group
of songs that made the evening doubly
Mr. Whipp has a large following of
admirers iu Salem, and is always greet
ed with an enthusiastic audience, lie
JMsaeases a powerful voice, with rc
anarkable range and sweetness, which
aver loses its richness of tone, even
la the moat dramatic compositions, as
to interpretation he is an authority and
with all an artist. He was assisted at
the piano by his wife Mrs. Leonora
Pusher Whipp, whose accompaniments
were aa inspiration that completed the
artistry or his programme,
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a Bumui-r ui pruiuioen( society xoik
ccupied the boxes and at the close!
of the performance, there were several '
supper parties. j
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Bruce Mooresi
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inx several months in Salem as the!
guests of relativea returned to theirjlv ahaded pink candles. Corsage bou
knme in Portland, today. qneta and lioutonuaieres of the same
The Moores are very popular in Sa-. 'ragrant blossoms markl covers for
, . . , . ... i 'Mr. and Mrs. William H. Dancy, Mr.
lem society and their via.t here wa8ni, yltn Holll H Smth M'r' ,,,
the source of uiueta joy to their host, Mrs. William Walton, Dr. and Mrs. L.
f friends. j iriffjth, Mr. ami Mrs. Kdwin L.
Charming and informal was the
bridge party for which Mrs. P. K. Wat-j
ra and Mr. Fred S. Stewart were hos j
teasea on Thursday afternoon, i
Tho Watera residence waa aglow i
with huge shaggy chrysanthemums ar -
No Alum No Phosphate
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Every Shoe in Our Store is
415 State Street
up three, tables of bridge. .Mrs. I'..
Cooke Pntton and Mrs. Sherman W.
Thompson :won the card favors. Assist
ing the hostesses were Mrs. (icurge .
Waters and Mrs. Fred Waters.
The matron included in the club
are: Mrs. Thomas B. Kav Mrs. Charles
7. Ti.U Mr.. .Inhn II. McNsrv. Mrs
J .11. s, h.il.l.-riiHin Mrs. ltnlUn K.
Page, Mrs. J., N. Smith Mrs. K. Cooke red candles adorned the pretty lunch
Patton, Mrs. George K. Waters, Mrs.lcon table which had covers for the
S. C. Dyer and Mrs. Edgar Hartley.
Aauiuouui gnosis were: Airs, iienr
V7. Meyers, Mrs, K. C. Cross Miss
Veda Cross, Mrs. James Withycombe,
Mrs. Sherman W. Thompson, Mrs.
Prank W. Spender, Miss Gertrude Grny
and Mrs. Pred Waters.
Mrs. Rollin K. Page left this morn
ing for Vancouver, i. C, where she
will be the guest of her sister, Mrs.
W. P. Ramble. Mrs. Ii amble is well
known hero and has many friends in
Salem society, having at ono time vis
ited Mrs. Page for several mouths.
Mrs. John H. Scott's bridge party on
Wednesday afternoon was one of' thejering from her recent operation at the
most delightful affairs of the week. ! Salem hospital.
The matrons of the Happy Hour dun
and a few additional guests were asked
to make up S tables of bridge, the card
honors falling to Mrs. Kdwin L. Baker.
Tho residence was decked with bass
ets of exquisite yellow chrysanthemums
and carnations, which made a charm
ing foil for the prettily gowued play
Mrs. John II. Albert assisted Mrs.
ThiAiatrons playing besides tho elu?
membXs were: Mrs. C. 1'. Bishop, Mrs.
Milton L. Meyers, - Mrs. Oliver C
Locke, Mrs. Kdwin L. Baker, Mrs. Kd
gar Hartley and Mrs. Otto Krauso or
In celebration of the anniversary of
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iuci nruuuiK, mi, aim vu'cr
lcke eiitcniMed wfith charmrng
dinner party on Wednesday evening at
their apartments in The Court.
Huge golden yellow chrysanthemums
decked the rooms. In the dining room
the artistk-aCa appointed table was
centered with an array of lovely
carnHtions ami fern unrounded hv soft-
j Baker, Dr. and Mrs.. Harry H. Oliugcrl
ami the limits.
Mrs. A. T. Hill who has been the
house guest of her sister, Mrs. F. A.
KUiott, has returned to her home in
I Grande, Oregon, Kn route Mrs. Hill
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Every Lady can find a Shoe
for 'her particular need at
our Store. Shoes for the
Miss that she can wear on all
occasions with any dress.
selected for its Beauty and
visited friends and relatives in Port -
laud. During her visit in Saiu Mrs.
Mill was the inspiration for several de -
lightful affairs. . "
Artistically appointed and delightful
: .-,.... .Ifil una ilia Innerienn for
whieh Mrs. R S. Wallace was hostess,;
Wednesday, to honor Mrs. Edwards of
Bend, Oregon, who with her small son
has been visiting her parents, Mr. and
An arrav of crimson carnations and
I honor guest Mrs. ueorgc rainier rui
nam. Mrs. Kouert Miauneey manop,
Mrs. William Henry Burghardt, Jr.,
Mrs. A. J. Rahn and the hostess.
After luncheon the afternoon was
wkiled away with sewing.
Sinmilarlv charming and in harmony
with the season was the luncheon for
which Mrs. John H. Scott was hostess
Covers were placed for 6 around a
table decked with lovely blossoms.
Messes 0f sympathy and quanti
ties of lovely flowers are cheering Mrs.
S. Guv Sargent, who is rapidly recov
Society friends of Miss Winifred
Byrd, who is studying music iu New
York, will be interested to know that
sho appeared in her premier recital of
the season, at "The Castle," Miss Ma
son's fashionable school for irls at
Tarrytowu on the Hudson, Friday
night, November the tenth.
Miss Mason is exceedingly interest
ed in Miss Byrd and is very flattering
in her praise of the little pianist
Ail invitation to give a concert ai
this exclusive school means a great
deal and Miss Byrd is indeed tortu
uate in having a friend whose influ
ence could give her so wonderful an
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Miss Byrd has become very popular
with proniiuent artists and that she
will be a favorite after her formal do-
but is almost certain.
Her programme at "The Castle" was
Chopin Ballade in 0 minor, five
preludes: H minor, E flat major G
minor, t' major, 1) minor.
Hopekirk Sundown. " And
from the West, where the sun, hisR0y Mills.
dav s work ended, lingers as in con- .
tent there falls on the old gray city, Mr. and Mrs. Daiiiel J. Fry were
an influence luminous and serene, a! hosts for. an informal dinner rart
shining peace. " W. K.
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Lisrt Igcnde. St. Francis de Paula
nnrchnnt ur les flots.
Lisxt Tarantclle (Venexiae Xapo
li) Mrs. II. .1. Sehulderman and her
'charming children, Peter and Marie,
left this morning for Portland, where
mi-, nil, itr iiic ut'ntn ui aula. vilHiira
R. Frnxier. They
'about a week.
will be away for.
Miss Marguerite Miles went to Port-
land Friday for a rew days visit, ac-jover the bridge tables on Thur&dar,
compaiiyiiig the Harold Gradys who. the guests being the members of her
com? io aicm eacn weea 10 instruct
classes in the latest society dances.
Tonight Miss Miles will attend tho
closing performance of the "Garden
of Allah,'' at the Heilig theatre.
Mrs. John It. Scott and Mrs. John
II. Albert went to Portland Friday for
a few days visit.
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Utility. You can wear them with any dress on any occasion.
wear them from the first day.
1 On of the gay and delightful little
affairs after the presentation of "The
Class Room Theatre" st the Grand, on
Wednesday night was the supper party
I for which Mr. and Mrs. William Hpnry
' Burghnrdt, Jr., were hosts.
I ' Th Hftfttfr Rll 'most informal tllC
guests including only the memhers of
.their box party, Mrs. Burghardt who is
. unsu sally artistic planned the most-at-
..tractive and appropriate decorations
'tor the supper. : ,
pymoone or Mr. .Me.vrurray a piay
"The Golden. Doom," the table- was
centered with a huge candelabra, sur -
rounded by flat erystal dishes of golden
and silver apples and foliage.
The guests wore: Mr. and Mrs. Pred-
I eric D. Thielsen, Mr. and Mrs. George
! Palmer Putnam Mr. and Mrs. Robert
C'hauucey Bishop, Mr. and MrB. Mack
Hofer, Mr. and MraJ.Zodac Riggs, Mr.
I Mrs. W. Melvin Plimpton, Dr. William
Lytle and Wallace McMurray.
Miss Catharine Carson went to Port-
land this morning to be the guest of
friends for the matinee of "The Gar -
den of AlUh" at the Hcilig theatre.
Wednesdav evening ws the occasion
f an attractive dinner party at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin
Harding. The affair was given by Mrs.
Harding, Mrs. John Caughill, Mrs. E.
O. Siccke Mrs. James Chinnock and
Mrs. svlvester Doerfler, and the
gueis mciunea me matrons oi a uewiya smau amner,
organized Kensington club and their
The rooms were artisticallv decorated
with Oregon grape and the prettily a;
sinointed dinner table was adorned'witn
a silver basket of scarlet roses, red
candles and airy bows of red tulle.
Dinner wa followed by "500" and
dancing. Mrs. C. B. Webb and James
Chmnock were awarded the high score
The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Prank
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t. .Myers, jar. ana Mrs, ionn vaugaui,
I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Farmer, Dr. and
Mrs. " Armin Sterner, Mr. and Mrs.
James Chinnock. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Galloway, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Hard'
ing, Mr. and Mrs. -Grant R. Bonnell
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Post, Mr. and
Mrs. Sylvester Doerfler. Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Webb
Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Siecke, Mr. and
I Mrs. Clvde Ranche and Mr. and Mrs.
Thursdav 'evening. Covers were placed
for 10. "
, .- The Sunday evening tea has become
a popular diversion . .among various
cliques of the smart. set again this sea
son, and each week half a dozen or so,
guests gather at some of the homes for
these little affairs, whirh although
most informal, are very delightful.
A group of the younger married set,
who are enjoving a series of these ev-
enings were recently the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hofer.
'Mrs. Prank W. Durhin asked a group
of matrons for an informal afternoon
The living room where the card
tables were arranged were charming
with mauve pink chrysanthemums.
Flavors circled three tables of bridge
and the score honors fell to Mrs.
George P. Rodger.
Mrs. Durbin was assisted by her
daughter, Mrs. Curtis B. Cross.
The conseryatiye styles for
the older lady cai .also be
found at our store.' Ask our
shoeman and he wifl show
you what you want
- Congressman -and Mrs. Willis... C.
Hawley,' who have been sojourning Iu
Oregon for a few months, are plan
ning to leave the middle of next week
for Washington, D. C, where they will
resume their residence for the winter.
'Since her arrival tn Oregon, Mrs. Haw
)fV j,a spent most of her time with
Der father in Albany, and it is the
, 0f much regret to her Salem
'friends that they have seen so little
, 9 dancing contingent is eagerry
anticipating the "Jitney Turkey
Trot"' informal to be given by tao
rhr.rrin on Wednesday nit'ht at ttie
Several unusual features will char-
aeteriM the dance and it promises to
be one of tne gaj-est of the season.
Mrs. Jj. P Griffith returned today
from a few dnvs visit ill Portland. She
I ira nnmmimed hv her sister Mrs.
j. v. Flanders (Lillian Motchan),
' who will be her guest for a week or
. so. .
(Jrant BonnelIs mnther Mrs.
1 Emma. v.i8 wh? ,eft.'l"Jr. '0Va"tT'
tended visit to ner old norae in am-
lene, Kansas has been the motif for
several pretty lniormai social counc
sies. 'To bid farewell to Mrs. Davis, Mm.
Anna Palmer entertained about "0
miests with an informal Kensington
and Mrs. Prank G. Myers presided over
Mr. and Mrs. Max O. Buren will en
tertain the Merry -Go-Round "oOO"
club at their residence on Tuesday
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Smith Jr.,.
and son, Malcolm Smith, will go to
1'ortland the middle of the week to be
guests at the dinner dance for which
Mr. and Mrs. T. Howard Drake will be
hosts in celebration of the anniver
sary of their wedding.
The Smiths will remain in Portland
until after Thanksgiving.
A delightful dinner party was given
recently by Mrs. Grover B. Towers at
her home on Division street. The af
fair was a birthday party planned to
honor Mr. Powers, Miss Alta Jones
and G. C. Nicholson of Portland.
A flat bowl of waxy pink buits
adorned the table. Dinner was follow
ed by cards and dancing. ;
The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Don
ald Miles, Miss Alta Jones, Misa Hel
en Karha, Harry Hays, Kola Neiss,
Ercel Kay, and the Misses Roberta
and Flora McCallon and Maude Rob
ertson of Dallas, Julius Pinkus, G. C.
Nicholson and A. W. Xeu , of Port
land. ... . -.. .
"Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Siccke entertain
ed informally on Monday night with a
few tables of "500." the high score
honors were won by Dr. and Mrs. Ar
After the card games Mrs. Scicke
served delightful refreshments assisted
by Mrs. John Caughill.
- Those making up the tables were Mr.
and Mrs. George M. Post, Mr. ami Mrs.
John Caughill Dr. and Mrs. Armiu
Steiner, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Far
mer, Dr. and Mrs. John C. Evans and
Mrs. Charles Gray who is wintering
in Kugene, will come to Salem early
in the week to visit until after Thanks
giving. She will be the guest of her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
George William Gray.
They fit and vou can
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Women's,. Misses' Coats
Women's, Misses' Suits
Women's and Misses'
Women's Silk and Lingerie Waists, HarW
ard. Mills Knit Underwear
Nottingham Lace Curtains. Extraordinary
Values. " j
U. G. Shipley Company
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Sehulderman were
hosts Tuesday evening for a charming
informal dinner. Their guests-were
Governor and Mrs. James Withycombe
and Miss Mabel Withycombe.
Mrs. Robert Chauncey Bishop, Miss
Mabel Withycombe and Mrs. John J.
Roberts went to C'orvallis this morn
ing to bo the guests of friends for
luncheon and the Oregon-O. A. C.
Much to the regret of her friends.
Mrs.Robcrt McKenn's (Hazel Erixon)
visit in Salem was shortened by the
unexpected removal of Mr. McKcan's
headquarters from Eugene to Seattle.
Mr. McKean, who is associated with
the Heinz Co., received the message
early in the week and they left imme
diately for Eugene to prepare for their
departure to the Sound.
The members of the Kensington tea;
club and several additional matrons:
were delightfully entertained on Tties- j
day afternoon at the residence of Mr '
Charles K, Spaulding.' , j
luu ruuuis Mere unrii-i civ iiecneu
with golden lined chrysanthemums and
tho hostess was assisted by Mrs. Ro.v
Mills and Mr. Walter Spnulding.
The clnb guests were: Mrs. Charles
U Dick. Mrs. Russell ( atlin, Mrs. John
H. McXary, Mrs. W. G. Allen, .Mrs.
Robert E. Downing, Mrs. Kdgar Hart
ley, Mrs. Frank Brown, Mis. B. C. Cur
rier, Mrs. Ray Farmer, Mrs. F. A. El
liott, Mrs. B. L. Sleeves, Mrs. Fred A
Legg, Mrs. M. C. Findlev, Mrs. B. C.
Miles and -Mrs. ,1. H. Van Winkle.
Additional guests were: Mrs. James
W.ithyeonibo, Mrs. Hoy Mills, Mrs. War
ter Spuuldiug and Miss Nellie Angus
Mrs. James Withycombe has gone to
Corvullis where she will par.s the week
end visiting old friends.
Swagger Fall Suit
For the Well Dressed
Cut of an almost invi.iMo V...L.
worsted in dark blues and greens, ths
suit has aa air all its nwu. Tri,n,.,...i
with two sixs nf htittntiv n.
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llnutlll hr..stf.J frrtwf J
novel dlar, it has a dashing effect,
quite seasonable. The velvet collar Is
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Following the presentation of "Tho
Class Room Theatre" Tuesday ' nifrlit
Miss Minnetta Mugors entertained ' a
few friends at her studio with a charm
ing supper party. The affair which
was very informal, was planned as a
little courtesy to Mr. and Mrs.1 Hart
ridge Gardner Whipp of Portland,
whose artistic programme proceeding
the play was njeature of the event.
Miss Magcrs guests numbered 8 ant
Mr. Whipp favored the party with sev
eral delightful solos.
Honoring her house guest, Miss Net
lie Angus of Portland Mrs. Charles
K. Spaulding entertained on Tuesday
evening with a charming dinner party.
Covers were placed for 8 around a
thble prettily bedecked with pink car
nations and greens.
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Complimenting Mrs. Glcun L. Adams
who soon will leave for an extended
visit to her old home in Pennsylvania,
Mis. George L. Fra'.nre entertained
with a pretty dinner at her home an
the Dallas road, Thursday evening.
Seated around n table decked wiln
chrysanthemums were: Mr. and Mrs.
Adams, Mr. and .Mrs. D. F. Dumai,
Mr. lind Mrs.- f'-harfca -Spitzbarts' M.
J. T. limit, and Mr. and Mrs. Fra.u.
Mrs. J. A. Smith of CorvalUs, for
merly of York, Nebraska, who has
been" visiting at the country home of
Mr. and Mrs. It. R. Byan, Jcft yester
day for Portland where she will spend
several days as the guest of Mrs. Em
ma Summers, before leaving for Cali
fornia for the winter.
Mrs. William II. Lytle returned Inst
night from Portland where she has
been the guest of her sister, Mrs. A.
E. Bljinquest, for several days; -
On Wednesday evening, November
L'U a delightful Thauksgiving program
me will be given at the Methodise
The high school chorus under. Hip
dircct'on of Miss Minnetta Ma gem,
will ling two selections, "Praise Vo
the 1 otd, " Gounod; "Gloria" Mozart
and Mm. Mack llofer-will sing a solo,
"A Song of Thanksgiving."
Several short addresses will also be
a feature of the evening.
A reception was giveu on Tuesday
night at the Tinted Brethren church in
North Seventeenth street, compliment
ary to the new .pastor, Rev. Guy r
Phelps and his family, who have re
cently come to Salem to make their
home. . .
The affair was given by the Indie
aid ,ociety of the church and a .large
number of 'members and guests culled
to welcome the newcomers.
The decorations were jn charge of
Mrs. Carrie Chase Mrs. Effie Fuost
man and ' A. Palmer and the church
was a bower of ivy with chrysanthr
mums effectively arranged about tho
Several interesting addresses were
made during the evening and later the
party closed with refreshment served
bv the committee.
Mrs. Robert Addison (Huth SvhulU)
a bride of two weeks, was the -honor
guest Tuesday at. a pleasant surprise
party given by Mrs. W. Smith at her
home on Eighteenth street.
The afternoon was sjent informally
with chatter and preparing a seri
book for the honorec. :
"The guests whu were a few 'of tft"
bride's friends wen1: Mrs. WaltoJ).
.Mrs. Roy L. Smith, Miss Edna New
berrv. Miss Florence Harrington, Mis
Mildred Garrett, Miss Lovina, Ander
son, Miss Florence Began, Miss Jessie- .
Harrington, Miss 'Gracfo Allen, Mi"
Doris Lennon and Miss Mildred Clara.
At the Presbyterian chureh on' Sun
day at 3 o'clock an organ rocitul will
be' riven by Miss Ethel Forbes. Areate
Smith baritone, will as&ist Misg Forbes
with the piograminc;. . ' - ?
Fridav night Miss Lenoro Koon was
ie motif of a jolly surprise party.
tisme. an.t muni,, formed the even
ing's diversion with a mock wedding
adding to the gaieties.
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most' pnriicipiiiing wrir ..-.-
Edna Ackerman, Florence Bayne, Vcdm
Vauchn. Merl Whitrfv, . Isabollo,
George, Florence Schafter,-' Esther
larounagian, Mary Bayne, juarpore
Minton, Madge liailey and Lenoro
Koon and Messrs. Roland RinehaM,
George Beck, Harland Hunt,. Robey
Ratcliff, Douplas Walker, Loyde Case,
(Continued on page five.)