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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1919.
ON(T poo a time, nefordinj to : of lilae bloom and eherry blossom,
Waimm J. Locke, tender ' wn(re tn, Oregoriaa Mass ud "The
hearted elephant .tepped upon j ., hoirt of eta
da mother of a brood of chicken and i . , ... . , . ,
ee.ng what aha had done felt sorry , Uf ui Easter eantie'e. will be chanted
for then. "Poor aietherle little in the ehurche tomorrow, and where
thicks," ah said. "I will mother you 'little Queen Mary in her latest tri
yself." And traightway she tiumih, and a troip of people wboae
owa poa taam. Rather a dire disaa- business is t a mum others, and Cap
ter, you e, fcut her inteutious were 1ai jtairnsfather'a eterual cartoon
good. jeharnetera will all help to make op for
Tiialt'f just the way it would bthe sunshine if it ehould chanco to
with if 1 attempted to writ very
ruin. It 'a eneh a pleasant busiucss,
snuch about raster. I'd make a fer- reaJly, this of being happy?
ful mea e" it. Because mere are so
very ntaujr things that ene could say,
It seem, to be Salem' own holiday
thi year. -Every eherry Itree in the eity
in stretching its white arms out to an
Easter world, taking in ths entire
town in its broad gesture aa though
It wore paraphrasing the fauwua slo
gan ''My eity Salem! " If the ever
greens reseat the possessive attitude
of the eherry tree 1hey Kive o sign,
la the late fall, when even the ivy
lias dffd it crimson party dress,
when there is "never a leaf on bush
or treo" and the little eity has, fig
uratively speaking, hung up its harps
in IttthWon they will, after the manner
of old "friends, be at bund to comfort
her till spring comes north again. . ut
tvt preaent it is cherry blossom time
and the eherry city i, holding her head
fcigh. on her tulle covered shoulders,
orgcttiiiff that lpri; and summer
cannot Unit forever.
There are lilacs Uo. Walt Whitman
hould 1m here to see them, he seemed
to love the lilsvs so. He could do some
wery effective advertising for us, if
ai services could be obtained. There
re other things beside treea ana now
s-r. thouirh. to talk about; churches '
had theaters, for instance, (Iidnt I i
tell you I d make a mesa of lit v. no
ever beard of taking about theaters
and euurehos In tin aaiue breath I)
Jhib there' going to bo such a flood
f beautiful music in tho ehurche
Kaster morning, and such a weHlth of
liappy tHvrformanees in the theaters
during the balauee of the day, that it
couldn't be helped.
Happiness is what eounts now and
forever, world without end, amen. And
there is surely, an over supply of hap
piness in tho world just now. Our
world, of eourao, 1 'm not talking about
41,., v sh -d th 1'i.ltock heirs
ft nil the poor little would-be Iriiih ro-
nublio. Although I really believe that
oven they would forget their troubles
for a dHy if the son would come out
tomorrow. I'm talking about our world
itnA raMiiiiMr bwi4 nSivvmcnts. Con
tains nothing nsrmiui no sicunoi
no opistc just th (Ineslvw
tslilf pmrwrtra' Kutwcislly recon
lusoosil tor tcithjng time.
A 9 nil rfr0-fffft
J. C. Perry's.
$Y Happy v:
S and resular bowl nSwwncnts. Con- J
Why Dentistry is Costly
The cost of dentistry is high be
cause dentists work separately.
There are nearly as many dental es
tablishments as there are dentists.
The expense of maintaining an establish
tnotit ia leaa when we work together. Much
money is wasted, at present, in passing from
the hands of the patient to those of the dentist.
It benefits neither the giver nor the receiver.
Vhat becomes of it? It is lost on overhead
charges that can be cut down if dentists worked
By working together they coulJ save emite
a deal of expenses on house rents, fitting up laboratories, fur
nistiing sitting-rooms, and hiring nurses.
Chemicals and scientific instruments necessary or work
Could be purchased mora economically.
Dentists ought to learn a lesson from weavers, shopkeep
In old times weavera worked singly; each had his own
loom and workshop. They didn't produce much cloth. They
could aupply with difficulty the needs of only their own vil
lage or town. Their production increased when hand-loom)
factories were established. It was the first strp towards prog
(ess. What wonderful improvements followed!
Emporiums and department stores can practice certain
economies that small stores and shops can't
Teachers can do better work at soma great university than
Factories, ihopi, schools and academic I1 have the sama
lesson for as.
Co-operation reduces cost
I have spent twenty-five years in developing
a system to enable dentists to co-operate. I
have succeeded in reducing the cost of den
tistry without impairing its efficiency.
Under the E. R. Parker System
standard work in dentistry is ac
complished at most reasonable
Painless Parker Dentist
IMate and Commercial Plrcela
By GERTBTJDE KOBISOK
The Thursday afternoon Bridge club
Bias entertained yesterday by .Mrs.
Mihoa L. Merer at her resident on
Court street, la Keeping with the sea
son Easter flowers were the chief dec
orative feature. Mrs. George . Rodg
er aud Mrs. Frank B. Meredith were
gueats of honor at the delightful af
fair. Mrs. John MeXary was charming
hurt ess ait an informal gathering of
foe Thursday sfternwn Luoeheon club
last Thursday. A dainty color scheme
of green and' white was carried out in
the deeofatiun to which a pretty Kest
er note wa, added. All the members
of the club were present with the ex
ception of Mrs. Walter McDongal, who
is in the east. Additional guests at
the meeting were Mrs. Kd Baker,
Mrs. K. E. Leo Steiner nnd Mrs.
Miss Helen West, daughter of the
former Governor and Mm. Oswald
West, is an Easter guest at the home
of Governor and Mrs. Ben Olcott. Mr.
and Mrs. Went had plauned to spend
the week end at the Olcott home but
.. unavoidably detained in lort-
Ono of tho most important social
cveirts of ithe past week was the din
ner psrty given by Mrs. D. W. Eyre
last Wednesday afternoon at her home
on Stale street in honor of Mrs. Hob
lister Medniro of Oakland, California.
Iteaiiti'ul art baskets of tantef ully
arranged spring flowers formed the
lovely decorntioiig while there was a
fainlt suggestion of Kaster in the ar
tistic place cards, ('overs were laid
for Mrs. Hnllister Motiuir Dr. and
Mrs. l'rince Byrus, Mr. and Mr. K.
M. Hofer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtis ('mi's,
Mr. and Mrs. Cnnnell lyer, Miss Mnr-
iorie Marvin. Fritz. Sludo, Uael Down-
Jim Voting Miss Mary Holer,
Miss Aluie Thompson, Mis8 Maute
Ihirbin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henrs,
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fry Jr., and Mr.
and Mrs. 1). W. Eyre.
. Following the dinner tho guests en
joyed an informal dancing lrty at
the lllnheo (Vuintrv club.
Mayor Albin returned Thursday
from a trip to "nuip liewis where he
visiled his brother, Oeorgo L. Albin,
who .for several months hiis been con
valescing from serious wounds receiv
ed In Hie American nttack on Kismes
early in ftcpton.focr. Mr. Albin will
come to Snlcni as soon as ho is able.
The senior dniicing class of Mr.
Hnlph White will bo her guests at an
Faster dancing party Monday evening
The hall will be beautifully decorated
for the ocranion and n very cn'yalde
lime is niun-ipniro .
IT reminded, oae of a baby elephant
except that it was, if possible, a
little more clumsy ia appearance.
It nosed its way along the street, ut
'tcrly indifferent to the mob of small
boy that trooped at ita heeLj or ran
along at its side in a frantic effort
to keep up with its elephantine pro
gress. It didn't look So very dangerous
though, in iU gay camouflage gown of
blue ad yellow; somehow, ia spite of
its rather vicious attacks os any ob
stacle that happened to be ia ita way,
j it was a trifle hard to think of it in
connection with the ruthless battle in
which the tank corps always covered
themselves with glory and the oppos
ing troop with dismay. AH the thing
that were said of its marvellous prow-,
ess, however, were the truth, bize doe
a't count for much, sometimes, and ac
cording to the tales of the soldiers
who accompanied it, siza counts for
I nothing w hatever at certain stages of
'a war name. Mute evidence of the fact
lay in the gold wound stripes on thej
olive-drab eleevea of those who had
fought with it; greater evidence in the
havoc it left behind it among the arm-;
ies from the Khineland.
The Salem .banks have put the city
over the top in tho victory liberty loan
HSut there ig no one who saw the
plucky little- tank parade last Thurs
day and heard Robin Day, who fought
his' way through the red school of war
experience, peak as a representative
of those who never will speuk to us
again, who will let the burden rest on
the loyal shoulders of those who so
wtriotically placed Salem aa an ex
ample to the rest of tlie state.
1 IVtrfctiam i the most admirable
qttalitv of the American race. Patriot
ism will not allow the victory liberty
loan ito "go under. "
Mrs. Vf. A. Denton presented three
pupils in pianoforte rentals this week.
Florence Klgin and Jennelle Vander
vort giving tho program Wednesday
night. They were assisted by Soirel
Kuel, violinist (pupil of Pro'. Wallace
Uraliam) and Ktludwynne Kelly, read
er. Tho piano numbers were creditably
rendered and enthusiastically received
by their friend. Florence Klgin'
group of piece, by Amy Forde Pindenz.
wore especially enjoyed, also jenneiic
Vandi rvont's rendition of .Souvenir de
Trovatoro by Hotfinnn. " hise young
girls nro to be commended for ably
presenting a well chosen program.
Soirel Buel's violin nuiuliers were giv
en 'with unusual exprtvstiin . f.thel
wvnne Kelly, ns usual delighted her
audience, she is a great favorite among
her ifctlem friends and is a talented
render and musician. Tho program:
laiico of the Winds Peabody
(a) Tho Templo Bells,
Amy leortle-r inden
(It) Kashmiri Wong, Amy Korde Finden
(c) 'f.ll 1 Wake ....Amy Forde Finden
Araumerei and Konmiu'e... Schumann
Second Mnxurka Godnrd
Recitation A Hoosier Ik-scribing
(a) LitUlo Jrey Home in the West....
(b) Merer-use Uodarrt
(a) A legend of the Plains ... Cadman
(b) lwn t'adman
(c) Whispers of tho Night.... t'adinnn
Vocal solo Perfect IXiy, Jacobs Bond
Melodv In F .. Bubenstein
The Palms rWe
Souvenir le Travatnre Hoffman
There is an amusing little storv told
a'liittt John Mc-Airmack, the noted Ir
ish and American tenor, who will ap
pear iu concert at Hhe Portland audi
torium May 31st. He made his first
appearance while he was a student in
Summer Hill eolloje, t'our.ty Sign, Ire
land, a"d received 1.M for hi ser
viees. Among his audience was the
college cook, whose acqnnintant. af
ter the manner of diplomatic school
Imy.s John Mcl'ormack had cultivated
"You're a fine singer, Jvhnnie,"
she s:iid after the concert "but you
spoil it all by aiuging in a foreign lan
He had really sung in English, well
understood by Maggie, turt had mouth
ed hi words until they were unintel
ligible. One of the great singer's most
notable attributes now, is his excellent
Meninges from Mrs. Walter Mc
ltuiK'ul have come stating that she
and her small daughter, Louise, an
son, Walter, arrived iu Ituffalo, .Npw
York, Inst Tuesday ami are guests f"r
tkc prc.pnt at the home of Mr. Me
miugnl'a parents. She is, hoeer, ex
periencing some difficulty in securing
paort. Ihiring Mrs. MtDnnsal ' ab
sence her eldest daughter. Miss Mar
jnrie is staying at Kuered Heart aca
demy. Sometime in the summer he
will go to Huffalo to visit her grand
iwronts and await her mother 'a return
Kvery year the public looks forwnrd
eagerlv to Mrs. Kalph White's spring
fite and is never disappointed in its
expectations. This year the event prom
iscs to be one of exceptional merit,
thie hundred and twenty five children
will take part ia it, beside a number
of prominent older entertainers. It is
scheduled to take placf during the lat
ter part of May or early )irt of June
Further announcements will be made
Mrs. A. M. rlnuh and Mr. Phil
Anpinwall wyre hontesses Vast Wednes
day fr a "coffee'' to the ladies and
frieuila of the' Jason I.ee Memorial
church, at tho home of Mrs. t'louch.
IVrty guc,t en.ye.l the hsfitality
of the charming hostesses.
, Congressman and Mr. W. C. Hjw
! ley are spending the week end in Al
j ba'ny, Tisiimg Mr. Hawiey ' father,
J.,h. lloiM-ntiorier. Mr. Uamley will
kave for a tour ef ou;h ra Ores; on.
Sunday evening and Mrs. liawh-y will
remain as her father a gnest for a few
days, returning to Salem probably a
The Loyal Woman 'a claa of the
First Christian church was entertained
by Mrs. H. O. white rete-t-y. As-
sis.aut hostess wviv Mr, u. A.
White Mrs. F. A. Loose, Mrs. H.
M. Perry, Mrs. J. G. Hull and Mrs.
A. raapp. Tha kao- wa gayly
'devktd with spring fiowers and aier
' . V. . A. V. , , vkifk
,uo wn - - - -
Mrs. D. D. Olmrted presided, a plea-
.. Ik..i.a m.t aAMiai m.AkA Brl tirtUtV. I
u V UUI WA aw vvn w 1 -v- h v "
Thoee present were Mrs. H. C.
ley, Mrs. 1). D. Olmsted, Mrs. LeJand
V'. porter, Mrs. J. Morgan Cross,
u P UT l..t t. M k lk
Welch Mrs. J . f. McDonald. Airs. M
J. Hunt. Mr, v. V
j. nuni, air, v. v. n , airs. " .
A. Penny, Mrs. W. 3. Walcher, Mr.
. . . ' 1 . . , . . 1
nuuam airs, juia uu, sums, the color soneme Of wnne anu
Mr. Will May, Mr. Chester Baker, pinR in daintily offset by the back
Mrs. Kuth Hatch, Mrs. S. t. Wolf, ground 0f laey ferns ad trailing vines
Mra. Joha A. MvGec, Mrs. Sarah ; -j-, brd wa beautiful in gown of
Kiggs, Mra. E. . Pewers, Mr. An- ,tB;t satin and filmy veil of tulle and
na B. High, Mr. W. K. Thomas, ne earried a bouquet Of white carna
Mrs. M. M. Hunt, Mrs. Flora Clark, ; ti , yne impressive ring ceremony
Zoe Schmander and lelph Witzel. ;WM read ty Beverend Eantin of West
With regular, well attended rehears
al every Monday night, the tyuples
chorus, under the direction of lr.
Jotin B. Sites, is showing excellent re
sults. There are 140 voice in tne as
sembly and although tthe long suffer
ing director is still appealing frantic
uiiv fp nura men. thn nroirrivji ia re
markable. Sometime in the near fu
ture the chorus, accompanied by tne
Salem etwnphony orchestra, will pre
sent Haydn's "Creation" to the pub
lic. It will be a rare treat and all
music lovers who are especially info-r
ested in weal talent win nvau cni-m
- . - ' . .v. . -
aelves of the opportunity to hear this
Vrs. rV. H. MshfT left for Che-
k.,1:. VL.ul.i.. rrtn thia tlinrntnir tA VlS-ll...
it her sister there for a few day.
bv Mra Ienton Thursday lliL'ht. assist
eil by Klhelwynnc Kelly. Mis9 Brunk
ilelighteil ana pleasea tier iriena. one
is a eonseientious piaotst. tier selec
tions were given with niurked under
standing, and showed careful study.
Her interpretations or tne auegru
movement from llecthoven '1 soiint
and Witches Dnnee by MacDowell,
eeellent. and tiroved her to be a
splendid miksieiuu. The program fol
Uive Awckening . Mosikowski
Whimcrintt Wind Wollenhaupt
(a) Soring Song - Henaelt
(b) Witches Danee MacDowell
Hesitation A Telephone romance....
Allegro Sonnta, Op. .8 No. 3....I
iw:c.i.. ' Iritnl
Russian Concent Polka Alioldy
vv;.,n,l. o Mr. Kd Weller will be
pleased to hear that sho U eontem-
iilatinir on early return to Salem Mrs.
' .. . ... .... t. - m
Weller i visiting wnn ner isier, .i.
William ' Morris, in Berkeley, Califor
t. t.t,nu vhn have lauffhed over and
,.1..,1 st tho Hairnsfuther cartoons
and who have been watching the bill
boaril, for the release or tne jmuiub-
father comedy "Tho tnwr we,
which wiU bein a three day run at one
of tho lucal theater tomorrow, the fol
lowing account of Captain Boirnsfath-
er s rise to fame win tie. or imcraii
In the summer of 1914 Bruce Bairns
father, a young man engaged in en
..i.......i..r. in . wrnundlund. ncpel'ted
the insistent advice of ft friend and,
turning hi back on engineering, ci
sail fur England to win fame and for
tune in a calling more to hi liking
drawing cartoons. Scarcely had he (
foot in Grent Britain than war wa de
clared between England and Germany.
uiku hundred, of thousands of other
young British subjects, he ans..ed
the summons and within a few weeks
was one of those engnged iu attempt
ing to stem tho German tide. With no
distinguished mark iu hi civil f
reer his name was unkuown except to
friend, and acquaintances. However,
before. VI monthj had elapsed his name
iM-cnuse of his cartoons, wj on the
lip of man, tsuninn and vhild in ev
ery allied country.
The London Bystander was the first
publication to secure hi output, then
hi. .,iiinMi took the form of a series
of books known as "Fragments from
France;" and later his scope wiucnei
by "Bullets and BilWts" anil
Bairniiher: A tew fragments from
hi life." With a happy knack of
sketching he kept notebooks sine he
nir..,t ihr m-rv'trr and tho aforemen
tioned volutins are the rsult. Now they ,
Iiooea volutins arc me nun. .,u j t amp lcwis. it-mviiii. w7 . ----are
published in four languages, even th(l fjf,tt cimlry and is at present en
1 ... ....... - 4 .law Cttrlnnffh .
Bnirnsfather 'Vight, fair haired and
bovwh looking 1 a eu-otenman,- anu,
like Kiplin r. he was lorn in India, the
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son of a soldier and one of a family of
soldier. He is now 30 year eld and
liveg in Ijvndon. IHiring the wa he
served a captain with the H-iyal lork
The Naomi circle of the J'irst Meth
odist Kpiscnpal church met Wednesday
with Mrs. W. 1). Smith, Center
street, (or their business and socisl
Siret-t, jiir nil ir iniun-y
meeting. The rroms were beautifully
, .. , ,1. .. j
Iicoralcd iih anole blossoms nd ca
mellias. Light refreshment wire scry
ed bv the kostess, assisted by Mrs. A.
Ttl.w tireaent mcrft f ,ftd.un W. I.
1 n vim Huso j. i. fTrrnu, ai. .
Rndley, Theoilore Hcisler, B. F. Sal -
. i I 1 . l- F v:...l
Iavi, Wilsoa J. 1. Ferrall, M. C.
in, rt, I'. . itMirrt'ii, l. . i invvtu,
K. B. M:llnrd, bucas Hiilyirn. J. A.
Kice. U. X. .Iiwett, B. T. Randall,
W. t. Smith. Missr. KrntM Roibcrs,
Bertha Vincent and Kvanfline Mil-
lard anil Clinton Vincent.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wilson are
planning an extensive tour tt the far
Ka-st, Kurepe and Sooth America in the
near future. Thev will leave about the
fir4 of June for SVattlo where they
will take the steamer for the trans
pacific trip tin Jugian. Cbini, the Ma
lay Peaninsular n'untries, Australia,
the Fa-. Indies, India Pers'a and the
(.ttiimaa nation will be visited. If
circumstances are favorable. Russia
anil Germany will be included and if j
But, Jta.y, r ranee and fcjjgiano. win
complete the European tour. The re
turn tr.p will be made by way of South
America and the southern suwes. Mr.
and Mrs.- Wilson are one family out of
snaay wh are planning to spejd the
'summer months in travel. I
Mis Kathryn Guanell returned to
Salem yesterday morning after an ab-
g(,n), of , WPek. She and her
motn.r. irs. V. E. Cnnnell. have
up their summer home which
nr-t.,i nn Abioua Hciohta in the
fthill of the Cascade mountains,
jjlss jUnaetl win pend most of her
. . ... . itTL.
weea enu aunng too smnmrr av a uc
Cabinette" with her mother.
I A Beautiful nrivat wedding was sol-
8p-!emniied lsst Wednesday at the home
0f y,. . rrank" Wilson on the
QTort r0d when their daughter.
I,. 1 1 a 1. 1- Ar
the bride of
George Elmer Smith, of the Brush eol-
1 i,-ge duytrict. The House nan oeen eon-
int a bower of spring blo-
1 . . . 1 - ,
Salem and enly the lmmediat relatives
of the contracting parties were pres
ent. A aengnuui iuncni-on was imrr
ward served to the guests at which
the bride's nieces Misses Marie and
Marine Yates, of Portland, nd her
cousin, Miss Marjoric Wilson, of Tilla
mook assisted in serving.
The couple left for Portland for a
short honeymoon after which they will
make their home on the Frank Craw
ford fruit ranch at Zena.
Mrs. O. E. Moll was charming host
. f meotintr of the Sweet Briar
club last Wednesday. Spring time an
ijuu ia, m i ..u. j.iu.. . - 1
Ku,9tCrtide were much in evidence in
I , . ft :i V.I....
the dainty decorations of April bios
him. The pleasure of the meeting
.,,v,.,H ku clever Kaster rea
tf U t) V:,Kall mnA !-
by Mrs. S. P. Kimball and luter in
the afternoon delicious! refreshments
... .1 V - . L 1. .......... ijiilljn..
I were servcu oy uie nou-"1.
al guest at the assembly were Mrs,
-. 1 .. . 1 it.. 1 1 . 1-i k
The next meeting of the Sweet Briar
club will be held in two weeks at the
home of Mrs. Al Steiner on the Wal
lace road, iu the form of a character
party, eai'h nicniner coming dressed tn
r. w r',itml firrlo of the First
Methodist, Eniseonal church, was en
tertained at the home of Mrs. B. E.
West, t!H0 North Church stteet, last
Wednesday afternoon. A short busi
ness meeting was held after which a
social hour was enjoyed. During the
refreshment hour the hostess was as
sisted by Sirs. E. A. Ku'lrz. About
fourteen ladies enjoyed a very pleas
Xtrm T?.ln)i White entertained her
juvenile dancing class with a gay Mist
er party at the Cotillion hnll this af
Kmnrtiti, . fiiimesjind etrir hunU and all
the amusements that children enjiy
were featured to amuse the little ticues
v t.lnvd Shislcr (Gertrude Cun
ningham) arrived in Salem today from
Harrisburg, to spend tno r-asier non
lays with her aunts, Mrs. II. H. Oling
er and Mrs, G. G. Brown. Mrs. Shis
ler was accompanied by her grand
mother, Mrs. D. W. Mathews.
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Griffith left
t'.i i.w fr Vnrth Bend whero they
will be the guests of their daughter
and sou-in law, Irr. and Mrs. Edwards,
during a brief vuut.
The Loyal Daughters of the First
Ohris'ian church Sunday school gave a
lovely shower last Monday evening, at
he church, for the class president, Mis
Jennie Bohell, a bride-to-be. Two dis
tinctive features of the aliair were
ho boautit'til welding Veil and artis
tic; decorations, nnd a mock wedding
with naval and military men and
preacher. Thirty gueet enjoyed the
Tomorrow evening, at the Fust
Methodist Episcopal church, a large,
choir will present Paul's oratorio, 'The
Holy City." This is one of the most
beautiful Kaster selections known, and
a real musical treat is in store for
those who attend.
Enster quests at the home of Mrs.
V. G. Shipley are her nieee. Mrs. J.
K. Law. of H-od River and -"tiss Hel
en Weber of Portland.
Mrs. H. B. Biiffe-Morrison i en-j
tertaining a her giust Lieutenant in
to Birffe, who has been recently trans
f.....t from Sun Antonio. Texas to
'amp I,ow;s. lieutenant Buffe is wtn
u U'iliia V ttnllss nf Flnrenre.
(.,, j the guest nf Miss Kva L. 1
.. . . . t .
Scott at her home on Leslie street.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snoxer of Ore-1
na Citv are vis'l ng a the home of 1
V, H. Hii'irirn of folk county. They,
were former residei :s of r'uSem and ,
will visit numerous iriend in Ihe eity
before retitrnin? Lome. !
Mrs. B. F. Salmca ha ju-t receiv-
i .vini. i. i .-.-. j
;c,l a tilegram that her son. Virgil L.
... , i.r. 1 -L- ;.. .M.t i.
tSalnmn, r is left Sa"t Late city and is
on his wav home. Mr. Salmon, who.
rj recently saustered eut of the ser- j
vie? hit Uu!y returned from oversea 1
i,..iv hr m in the thickest of the!
ngatmg ince June, ur w "
, once and gsssed twice, the second tas
' . . . . l. . LIm n lh. tow V. a . r
fighting inre June. He was wounded
ani-a gi.., inn m . .... -... .... -
m stice wn signed. He is m w on his
J way to en I:e?o for furth r medical
treatment and .will 'P in Sairm on
!hi. my 'r a brief visit wi:h relative
The laughter of NilvWa will initi-J
thirtv o.l l new ine"niers nite tne or.iern
oa toe fill! nay i'n. r.,m-
orate pri pit "Sitions are Iwinff maile f.r
(tie event, me aicn cnauter is ra(,-j
idly becimir.g one ef the mist active
ui the stat.
The H'.kirg chfb rnjeyed a hike to j
the state school for the feeb'e minded
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by wearing it we will leave
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recommend it to our customersonly after a thor
ough study and search of the corset field. And only
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corsets compared with the MODART in quality and
fine-fitting features, did we choose them.
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last Tuesday where they were guests
of tthe institution at a party which the
superintendent had arranged for them
and in which the inmates of the school
were included. The "hiking club" is
composed of Salem teachers and is be
coming extremely popular of late.
Many enjoyable trips are being plan
ned for Inter iu the spring when weath;.
er conditions beeonie more favorable.
Mrs. R. M. Uofer is entertaining ss
her guest, her sister, Mrs. Ilollister
M'-Guire, of Oakland, California.
Sergeant and Mrs. R. A. Fillmore
and Captain Ed Longwnrth of the Pre
sidio, San Francisco, California, ui riv
ed in Salem last evening, where they
were joined by Mrs. Frank Chudy who
accompanied llieni on a motor trip to
Portland. From there the party will
motor to Vancouver. B. C. returning
to tSalem after an absence of several
Pr. Roy Byrd. who held a captain's
commission in the 91st divisioai has
rettirnrd to Salem. Dr. Byrd saw some
of the fiercest fighting in the Argonne
The La Area club will moot Tues
day evening with Miss llabcl Brass
field. Miss Grace Elijibcth Smith is
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A fine Chicken Dinner Well Prepared
And Ta jly Served
Chicken Ce-nsemmc Cream of Celery Sonp
Ripe Olives I'ieklea
Roast Chicken nnd Dressing
Leg of Lamb' With Green Peas
Roast Beef and Dressing
Mashed Potatoes and Uriivy
Green Pets or Radi.-hes
Cabbsee or Egs Salad
( H JiCE OF
Apple Chocolate or Cream Pie
Oraiige Sherbet, Vrnilla, LoRanbcrry or
Maple Nut Ice t ream
Tea, Coffee, M lk
We a!t-o serve a Chicken Dinner fr We
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always on hand
Y0UR BODYGUARD" -3Qf.f0W2
spending the week end ia Portland as
the guest of Mrs. C. B, Puddnck and
Miss Kvoly 11 Paddock.
Eastertide in Flanders! And all ulong
Vou can hear the wild fcirils chanting
itheir happy Easter lays,
Vou can see the broad fields smiling'
and the wide skies looking dowm
And the peasants, dressed for Sunday,
all n-hurrying to town.
And all around the churchyard and in
tho church house door
The old men and the children and tho
pretty maids a score
The old men and the children, but tho
young men where nro theyf
May be they have forgctten that it'
spring and Custer day.
t'astertide in Flanders! And the little
church is filled.
Whrn thrre's pracc in Cod' creation
hungered hearts must needs be
And Fran c.eline and Margot from the
Are wondering if lovo aiid youth are
kept by those who died.
And all around the churchyard Slid at
the cliuti house; door
The Kaster lilies are in bloom where
puppio libomed before,
Ani tho pn. -Inil rnndle'ji litten ami
the maidens kneel to pray
With the old men and the children, but
the young men where are they?
Iniel Shaner. a Civil wnr veteran
and one of the body guard for Abrn
ham Lincoln when he was shot, live-
nt Monsyrock. Wash. His soi', Chnrles
Mianey was killed in r"rance.
The Gray Belle
440 State St.