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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1919.
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BT GEBTEtJDE PATBICIA SOBISOH
HOLMN its plae among the im
portant sociai events of the
week, the golden wedding anni-
vemarjr el Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Mag
cia was celebrated yesterday at their
iwautiful country home near Salem.
The house was artistically- decorated
with autumnal flowers, and the hand
somely appointed table at .whieh. the
tnmptuous wedding dinner waa served,
was centered: with variegated bloom.
Mr. and Mrs. itagness are among
the oldest residents of the country and
are well and favorably known both in
Malem and Portland, and the guest list
for the affair included a number of
prominent persons from both cities.
Among those present were Mr. and,
Mrs. A. P. Magness, 1. O. Magness,
Mr. and Mrs. Ji. N. Magness Mr. nud
Mrs. J li Boss, Mr and Mrs W B. Mag
ness, Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Parker and
on Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Jap Longcor
srnd ann .Jap, Jr., Leland Boss, Elmer
Boss. Jir. and Mrs. Prank Westfall,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKee and daugh
ter Varna, Mr. J. "W. Dryden, George
Wiggans,, Mr. And Mrs. Jess Denson,
Mi, and Mrs. T. A. McKce and. Mrs.
M. U farmenter. . . .. . . ,
Organizing under the name of "Beta
ti'' a group of fifteen girl students
of Willamette university have formed
a club, and rented the Fleming resi
dence on Court street. Mrs. E. C. Hich-
ards, wife of the seheetary of educa
tion of Willamette is acting as house
mother this year.
Members of the club are Velma Ba
ker, llartline, Washington; Vera Wise,
Granger, Washington; Evelyn Gordon,
Portland; Eva I'arrott, ewberg; Eita
Hubba, Walla Walla; Bernice Knnts,
Brownsville, eeniors; Sybil Smith, Van
couver, Washington; Myrtle Mason,
Boi?, Idaho; Kuth Wise. Granger,
Washington, juniors; Mildtcd Brown,
Outlook, Washington; Eva Roberts,
i;ovc; Grace Collins, Portland; l.nura
Uuegless, Vancouver, Washington, 'soph
mores, and Marjorio Flegel, Portland,
freehman. Officers for 1919-20 are Vel
au( Baker, president; Eva Parrett, man
ager and Bernice Knuts, secretary.
-The appeaance at the state fair ef
llifw Elizabeth Levy's violin ensemble
composed of twenty five of her stu
dents' was record breaking as it over
shadowed any previous concert. They
wen very attractively dressed and ren
dered their numbers in fine style, keep
ing in perfect bowing and the three
fart harmony of the instruments sung
ut the selections, Salem is proud to
claim Miss Iw far their own for her
brillinat violin selections accompanied
by Tommasinus famous Italian band
of New York were enthusiastically re
ceived at the horse show, held in the
stadium Wednesday and Thursday eve
ning, Friday evening her renditions. at
the auditorium completely .captivated,
ner auaienoe unu sue was recaiiea lour
Mrs. Unlph White returned yester
day from Portland where she attended,
the state eonferenee of dancing pro
cessors at Cnristenaen academy, under
the direction of Professor Christensen.
This was held in connection with the
national convention in New York c'ly
for the benefit of those who found it
inconvenient to go east. A great many
topks of interest were discussed and
the dancing public is now made aware
of the welcome news that the quick
steps will no longer be in vogue, and
that the old fashioned waltz, with a
few pretty hesitations added, has come
into it own again. The foxtrot and
one atop will also be fashionable, the
short quick steps, found so objection
ablo -by the majority of dancers, will
be done away with entirely.
The principal object of both the na
tional and state conventions was to
standardize the methods of teaching,
and an effort will be made by all these
who attended to use a uniform method
of instruction in the future.
Mrs. If. P. (White was hostess at a
pretty party Saturday, honoring the
third birthday anniversary of her lit
tle daughter, Helen Kathorine. The
dainty color scheme of pink and white
which was used in tho decorations, was
further brought out in the white birth
day cake with its three pink- candles.
Games and stories and a delicious
luncheon filled the afternoon hours.
The little folk attending, were Mary
Frances Henderson. Eleanor Luper,
Grace Whito, Homer Ingrey, James
Liuper and Moert White.
Miss Birdcen Myers of the state ac
cident commission, has returned from
a vacation in Atlanta, Georgia, tthe
brought with her as her guest, her sis
ter, Mrs. Ocorge Blower, who will re
main in the city for a visit of indefi
nite length. Mrs. Blower will be re
membered as Kffie Myers, formerly of
Salem and widely known in the social
circles of this city.
'Dr. : and Mrs. Hugh Williamson of
l'ortland, were fair week visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. "Frank 'Myers. Dr. and
Mrs. Williamson were formerly resi
dents of this city. .
Miss Beryl Holt had as her guest
over the week end, Miss Madaline Bow
lings of Albany.
Mrs. B. W. Starr of Brownsville was
tho guest of her sister, Mrs. C. P. Bish-i
op during the past week.
The following Is an extract from an
account appearing in the Sunday Ore
goniun which will, no doubt, be of
unlimited interest to club women of Sa
lem. The entire article is replete with
useful suggestions, aod the last two
paragraphs are in direct keeping with
the idea of the membership drive which,
the 4-Snlem Woman's cl.ub is making an
issue fotithis' year:
"The Portland Woman's club has in'
dorsed Miss Mnttie Beatty of Balem
for president of the Oregon federation
of women's clubs. The Portland Wo
man's club hold its. first meeting of
the season in the ballroom of the Mult
nomah hotel Friday at 2 a'cloek, with
the newly elected " president, Mrs.
Charles Kunyon, ia the chair.
"In her address, Mrs. Bunyon said:
" 'Jn this, the beginning of a new
club year, we may look forward t s
period of reconstruction when elub wo
men should strive for a clearer and
better understanding of .problems and
" 'In the relaxing of the war activi
ties in which members of this club and
the immense number who gave their
time to such faithful and untiring vol
untary war work, the question is asked,
h-Will these women want to atop and.
stay at home! Or will they want'to
put to some use this energy and foree.
this cooperation; which should be di-.
rcetea to needs which vitally atfeetr the
weitare or our country!' '..
" They were asked this at the vic
tory conference called in Washington
" " Though no one dare to prophesy,
we wilt assume that these club women
will not be content with being enter
tained, but will want their club to
used in some way tot serviceJt would
be criminal, indeed, to como out of this
without saving any of this cooperative
spirit that our common patriotism in
spired in ns,
" 'To make our club a factor in the
community we must stand for some
thing worth while, and I repeat, we
must increase our membership with en
" ' If every member would pledge
herself that tshe would bring in at
least one application this year we
would double our membership with lit
tle effort. Will you do that much for
your club! ' " ' ' '
1600 REGULARS PATROL
REETS TO PREVENT RIOT
(Continued from page one)
"Six recruits have been sent to Port
land this week from the fair grounds,
and I am very much satisfied with re
sults in Balem," said J. E- Adams, re
cruiting officer Saturday afternoon. The
taavy maintained a booth at the grounds
an during the week.
Physicians were at his bedside constant
ly during the night. They said the may
or had been badly beaten about the
In his delirium the mayor moaned con
tinuously: "You shall not take him."
Tho mob laBt night broke into pawn
shops and hardware stores to obtain
firearms and ammunition. Thcv over
powered evory policeman on the streets.
The police did not resort to weapons.
They were eaitily overpowered and usu
ally siirreiidcredVtheir clubs and guns
The mob set fire to the courthouse
when it was unable to break oast Sher
iff Clark and his deputies. Some one
on the first floor. Police extinguished
obtained gasoline which was set on fire
Major General Leonard Wood tele
graphed Mayor Smith from BiBmarck, N.
D., this morning that he will arrive la
Omaha at 9:20 Tuesday morning to take
personal charge of operations. Wood
also said that he has ordered additional
troops from Camp Grant, 111., and
Camp Fimston, Kansas.
That a -riot spirit still prevails is
shown from numerous street fight be
tween whites and blacks.' Troons at
Twenty-fourth and Lake streets, in the
heart of the negro district were fired on
by negroes just before daybreak this
mornim;. They returned the fire. No
one was injured.
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A large new shipment of Women's
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Black or j White Artificial Silk, a
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Baker Sent Troops.
"Washington, Bept. 29. The troor
rushed to Omaha to take chargo of
the situation there went on the permual
order of Hecretary- of -War Baker,
transmitted by long distance telephone
to tho conima'ider at Fort Omaha Sun
day night on request of Senator Hitch
cock, it: was stntcd here today. .
After Nebraska. authorities had spent
several hours in tryijg to unravel war
department red tape and get troops,
Hitchcock was appealed to and he got
Baker to telephone for linmediato dis
patch of the troops.
At the same time Hitchcock tele
phoned the commander at Fort Omaha
to have the troops ready and send as
Nazimova To Appear
InRoleOf The Brat'
Great Screen Production of Maude
Fulton's Stage Success Promised, At
Ye Liberty Theater
The supreme Nazimova in her fastest
Srodnctiun, "The illrat, " has been
ooked as the attraction at the Lib
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management promises a rare treat to
its patrons. "The Brat'' is Naaimo
va's own screen version of Maude Ful
ton's highly successful stago play.' She
collmborutod ' with 1'harlea Bryant in
tho adaptation of the dramatic vehicle,
which was made mto scenario form by
.lane Mathis, Metro Pictures Corpora
tion is the exclusive distributor of this
now Naxiuiova production, which is
1 4 t -XVj
soon as Baker's order arrived. Troops
reached Omaha at midnight.
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Ark, writes Tyrrel's Hygienic Institute
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Zemo generally removes pimples,
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This ia but one of thousands of the
same kind of letters received by Dr.
Chas. A. Tyrrell of New York, the in
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By a purely natural proeess of prop
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physicians agree is the cause of 95 per
eent of all human ailments. ,
Daniel J. Fry in Balem, Or., has fill-
. PORTLAND, ORB.
The pleasure of your trip to Port
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from her impersonation of foreign
types. It will bo rccullcd she was an
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last big feature, "The Red Lantern."
nud in other screen veh'ctes has been
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