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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1007.
6 Ij.iiIH.iii Hi l in iiftJH Sixty years of experience with Ayec's Cherry V Pectoral make us have great confidence in ff Y P ff V Ht coughs, colds on the chest, bronchitis, V- W AVvh. hoarseness, weaklhroats, weak lungs, Ask IVe (horouehtu belleot Wt want you to believe Suppose you let your a ,, your doctor to tell you Mis experience witn m our remedies. f. .. ... i,-n ,.,-,.. ,iti rnlnlu 1 ll.r I,, " " SUUOIUVilUiJf, UlWIt JUU Will w ........ In them, 100. mnn.innrn In If. J.O.AyorCo., iclor decide. - wwu, . i' iiiiiiimiiiiiM SOGIAL GOSSIP I HI It I II 11 1 H U W-HI'lpri'l 81' St. Paul's I)nin!. Tho Indies of the St. Pawl's Guild held their bnznar Wednesday even ing and Thursday afternoon and evening of this week, and in spito of all obstacles have made it a success. Thero were four booths, all artistic ally arranged and each lady of tho congregation worked and did h-jr beBt to mako tho bazaar a success socially and financially. Tho ladles who wore in the booths wore Mrs. Squire Farrar, Mrs. George Bingham, Mrs. James Linn, Mrs. Carey Martin nnd Mrs. Charles Free laud in tho handkerehlof nnd fancy work booth. In tho bag and apron booth were Mr3. Darr G. Leo, Mrs. Henry Pape, Mrs. S. Heulat, Mrs. C. D. Purvlno, Mrs. Henry B. Thielson nnd Miss Cotter. In tho calces, pud dings nud candy booth were Mrs). Homor Smith, Mrs. Joseph Baum gartner, Mrs. W. Carleton Smith and Wiss Rlth Gatch. Miss Alena Bier, Miss Crisslo Clnrko and Mrs. F. Seley had "chargo of tho flowers and plant display. Tho oxocutivo committoo consists of tho rector and Mrs. Farrar, Mrs. Tillson, Mr8...Thlolscnf Mrs. Bing ham, Mrs. Pape and Miss Bier. In Honor of MJss Trunx. Miss Sarah Truax, tho charming star who played hero tho past woJk In "Tho Spldor's Web," was tho guest of honor at a llttlo dlnnor party giv en by Miss Blaucho Brown, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. A. L. Brown, Mon day ovonlng. Her other guests woro Miss Efllo Mao King, Mr. Frank De krum, also of "Tho Spider Wob" company, and Mr. Ed. Dekuin. After tho theater tho samo llttlo company woro ontortnincd at tho homo of Judgo and Mrs, King on East Stnto Btroot. , Miss Truax Is a groat social favor lto as well as actress and has boon oxtonslvely ontortalnod throughout her weBtorn trip. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. M. Sturtovant, who woro tho guests of Mr, and Mra. George Lewis of this city last wool:, havo gono 4o Los Angolos whoro they will reside Mr3. Sturtovant was formerly Miss Zella Choschiro of Lebanon, whoro sho was married ro contly. Mr. Sturtovant Is a young business man of Los Angolos. Uowning-Pntton Wedding. A protty homo wedding took placo at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Patton at Macleay, Wednesday, at noon when tholr daughter, Zolnm Mary, becamo tho brido of Mr. Elmor Downing, Itov. P. S. Knight per formed tho coromony In tho prosonce of about forty guests. Miss Beatrice Sholton played Lo hrongrln's wedding march and Miss Goniovo Patton preceded tho bridal party as rlng-boarer. Sho woro n dainty: llttlo costumo of flgurod or gandy. Miss William Jones, slstor of tho brido wns matron of honor and woro a protty oroam sorgo dross an1 hor flowers woro palo pink carna tions. Mr. William Jonos attended tho groom. Tho brido, who Is a vory prottv bruuottp wos attlrod in a gown of croam sorgo with not trimmings and carried whlto carnations. Sho Is 'tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Patton, well known nnd promi nent rosldonts of this county. Sho la a oharmlng and accomplished young lady and has scoros of frlonda in this city. Mr. Downing is tho son of W. II. Downing of Macleay, and whllo a rosldont of Portlnnd, ho is woll known .bore. Ho Is a young man of splendid attainments. Tho decorations of tho Patton Jjnmo woro vory pretty. Tho parlora woro in whlto and graon, and In tho dining room red and groan. Two of tho honorod guosts present wero Grandma Patton, tho brldo's grand motnor and Grandma McKlnnoy. grandmother of the groom, both of whom orQssod the plains In 1848. Mr. ami Mrs. Downing will bp at homo to tholr frlonds at 1159 Iduit Clinton stroit, Portland, after Janu try first. , system tnught by Miss Wollor tenches them to feel and to "do" music as well as to express. They learn tp write and construct musical themes as well ns play them. Time, accent, rythm, Bound ,oye, ear and sight trnlning nro given through exorcisos that result in development of musi cal feeling before execution is enter ed upon, but when they begin to oxecuto their progress Is very rapid. It was surprising to tho writer to find young phlldron perfectly ifa mlllar with all kind? of minors and majors, naming them by our, ren dering the major and minor scales, harmonic minors, melodic scales, nnd a host of things a grown person Ignorant of music has no compre hension of whatever. Tho children aro tnught tho lives of tho great com posors and begin with writing, n book 'of music of their own. Tho system seems predicated upon tho sound principle that nil tho music n child kriows Is what ft can demon stato and oxecuto both montnlly and musically. Tho Wollor students will givo their first, recital In January. Presbyterian Church. Tho ladles of tho Presbyterian church hold tholr bazzar on Friday afternoon nnd evening and Saturday morning and afternoon of last week and it was n comploto success In ev ery way. Tho booths woro most artistically arranged. Tho apron booth, with Mrs. StoiiBloff, chairman of tho com mittoo, was prottlly draped in rod, whlto and blue, bunting being the matorial uBod. Tho. hnndkorchlof booth was all In whlto nnd many dainty bits of linen nnd lnco woro on ealo. Mr3, Max Buron was clmlr- mnn of this committoo. Tho cooked food booth, in chargo of Mrs. L. K. Page, was in whlto with touches o! greon In tho way of Ivy. Tho decora tions of this booth woro most effec tive. Tho miscellaneous booth, with Mrs. Dayton in chargo, was decorated In rod and greon by tho diso of bunt ing and Ivy. Horo woro all kinds pf usoful and protty llttlo things au'.t ablo for Christmas gifts. Tho candy booth was In yellow, streamers of cropo papor being UBod nnd was moat charmlnglyj presided ovor by Miss Clara Albort, assisted by a numbor of tho young ladies of tho church. Tho other Indies In chargo of tho booths wero also assisted by tho Indies nnd younger sot of tho church, In fact It wns tho hearty co-oporntion of nil tho church pooplb which raado tho affair such a succoss. Young and Mrs. Kuney presided over tho miscellaneous booth. The hand kerchief booth was In tho hnnds of Mrs. E. T. Barnes nnd Mrs. Fred Logg. Tlieso ladles were assisted In many ways by other members of tho church nndnid society. Christian Church, Tho bazaar at tho Christian churca was held in the church parlors from Wednesday until Friday of last week and was liberally patronized. The main fcaturo of tho opening night wns tho excellent musical and liter ary program which wm rendored. Tho nrnsic was In charge of Frame 13. Churchill, the church orgnnht, nnd woll known Jn Salem musical circles. Tho numbers wore ns follews: Plnno duet, Morsrs Churchill and. Catlow. Vocal solo, Mrs. Vf. P. Babcock, Reading, Chester Cntlow. Violin solo, Miss Joy Tumor. Readlng.MIsB Juno Patty. Vocal boIo, Dr. H. C. Eploy. Rending, Chester Catlow. Piano duet, Messrs. Churchill and Catlow. Shclton-Mngers Pupils Recital. Tho pupils of Miss Mlnnotta Mu gors, vocal, and Miss Beatrice Shol ton, piano, gavo Ihelr regular month ly recital in tho studio at tho corner of Chemokota and Commorient Llttlo Miss Anna Gilbert delighted those present with n comic reading, and wns heartily encored. Charles Kurth, tho well-known cometist and violinist, rendered a violin solo, "Traumoue," In an ef fective manner, and "its an oncoro gnvo a cornet solo that pleased all present. A piano solo, boautlfully rendered by Miss Evans, brought forth baicIi applause that sho was compolled to respond with a recall number. Miss Evans is among tho promising ama teur plaiIsts of the city, and has n powar nnd technique which Is far above tho averago performer. "All Eternity" the "grand sacred solo, was rendered by William Me Gilchrist," who possesses a pleas ing tenor voice, which Is well sulwd to this stylo of music. Mrs. D. F, Cnrnos, tho woll-known pianist of Salem, was nccompnntec for tho solos rendered during tho evening. After sovornl more selections by tho orchestra nnd remarks on tho good of the order by W. W. Hill, tho mombors nnd their guests engaged in ninny old-tlmo games until a late hour. Miscellaneous Shower. A miscellaneous shower wns giv en by tho Endoavorcrs of tho FIrnt Christian church Wednesday ovonlng in. honor of MIbs Frances Llston. A '1 streets last Monday evening nnd de- whoso engagement to Mr. Arthur lighted about Bovcnty-flvo frlonds iLcnon,- formerly of this city, now of who woro present. s " Portland, haB boon announced. Tho Tho spacious studio apartments .parlors of tho church woro prettily Teaching Children Music. Miss Dlma Wollor has successfully organlzod chlldron's classes In music along tho linos of education known as tho Dunning system. As a teach er sho sooms to bo highly successful m creating for tho children an at- mospuoro of music In which tiny iivo for tho timo being. Hor studio on North LIborty Btroot Is hung with pictures of tho most famous singers and composers and tho llttlo ones oon realize that they havo crossed tho threshold of a world of art. Tho Catholic Church. Tho ladles of tho Catholic church hold tholr bazaar Tuesday and Wednesday evening of Inst week In St. Joseph's hall and It was moro thnn a buccoss, both socinllly and financially. Thoro woro throo booths. An apron booth contained nil kinds of nprons, groat and small. At this booth woro also bags of various kinds. At tho miscellaneous booth woro protty bits of ombroldory work, tablo linens, hnndkerchlofs and other little articles suitable for gifts. Miss Margarot Haas was In chargo of tho apron nnd brig booth, whllo Mrs. Eugene Eokerlon was In tho miscel laneous booth. Tho othor booth whoro candlos and light refreshments wore served was perhaps 'tho prettiest of all. Tho draporlos ,nnd furnish ings woro "Japanozy" and tho pret ty girls who served woro attlrod in Japaneso costumes. Those young ladles were Miss Bertha Eokorlen nnd Miss OUvo McGeo. Musical program woro given both ovonlngs by the pupils of tho Snored HQart acadomy. Tho programs wero woll arranged and rendered In a splendid manner, roflooting gron; credit on tholr toaohor. Tho music for tho two ovonlngs was as follews: Trio Campbell children. Duets Mlssoa Ruby and Lyle Stolwor, Pearl Roberts and Alice Mulkoy, Kathorlno and Marlon Ire land, Holon Barr and Francis Linn. Piano solos Pearl Roberts, Lyle Steiwor, Ruby Steiwor, Lucilo Jas- coskl and Alice Mulkoy, Vocal scjo Miss Olive McGeo. nnd tho reception rooms woro pret tily decorated for tho occasion with palms, mlstlotoo and chrysanthe mums, 'which impressed ono for the olognnt simplicity and tho artistic richness of tho surroundings. Among tho guosto woro many of tho music teachers and music critics of tho city, and nil paid Miss Sholton and Mlos Mngors and tholr pupils many compliments for tho cxcollont music rondored which demonstrated the ability nnd. artistic tasto of tho per formers as woll as tho thoroughness of tho method which they had boen tnught. Tho program rendered was as fol fel fol eows: Rolnhold Impromtoe. Op. 28.... Myrtlo Duncan Novln Tho Nlghtongalo's Song, . . i Edna Savngo Bhrdl shrdl shrdlu'.t Gottschnlk Prlntomps d'nmour.. Edith Cleaver Wm. Ames FIshor Gao to SIcop Sophia Townsond Haborblor Allegro Scherzandb.. Slndlg March Grotesquo Nina BuBhnell Victor Hhrrls A Madrigal Mnbol Lantz Loubert Hopo (Fantaslo) Bortlin Duncan Chn3. Wllloby Stolon Wings.... Daddy's Llttlo Baby Boy Foyo Hutchens i decorated for tho occasion, and many costly and beautiful presents woro received. Miss Llston is tho accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. LU- ton, of this city, nnd has been resi dent of Portland for tho past year. Sho Is a member of tho Christian church and an actlvo workor in tho Endeavor society. Tho marrlago will tnko placo nt tho homo of tho brldo's parents in Englewood next TuoBdny evening. Both young pcoplo woro formerly rosldonts of this city, whoro they havo many frlonds who wish them every hap piness. They will mako tholr homo In Portland. o- 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; I THE CHURCHES iniiimiiiiiiiiiiiim EIio Kind You Havo Always Bonh iH ia uso for ovor 30 ycatSl tzmr zissssssSti All Counterfeits, ImltaTuml0" J0 iAi,uiiiuuius II1UC irlllo With nml i S"WJ"ak tataifc, ud ChUdrou-CSS'i01 - " rfpcn What is CASTORIA Onstorla Is n Imrmlosa mi,0fi,, - fe'orlc, Drops ami Soothing Svrnn, TT 2 0n- & contains neither Opium, Morphine nm. t , l substance. Its ago is its guarantee! n .? iwc nnd allays Foverishncss. Ifc TrV' 1 Colic. It relieves Teething afiKSfflfi! and Flatulency. It asalmllafn.. i. rtT ;WWii Stomach and Bowels, giving hc-i wi TH Tho Chlluron.s PanaccTiSoSH GENUINE CASTORIA AUq Beasg the Signature of 4a && TheMYouHayeAIiajsi in use For Over 30 Years, TM CtNTAUN eoUPAHT, TT MUMATKKtT. ImnHtnli mwwwwwwwuu Criterion Dancing Party. Another Crltorlon holiday dancing party will bo given on Frldny, Du- combor 27th, In the Elks' hall, by tho samo club of boys who gavo tho ono during tho holidays Inst yoar. Tho affair Is looked forward to with n groat deal of enthusiasm by the younger sot, many of whom onter tnln out-of-town guests d urine tho vacation, besides tho numerous stu dents who return to Salem to spend tho holidays at homo. niihco Social lrognun, Tho house committoo of tho 1111- heo club has been vory notlve In pro moting the social welfaro of the c'lub, and havo nnanged to Institute ladlos' night, with a special program of music by tho Illihee Mandolin Club, the first of the winter series for lndlos of the members to bo given next Thursday evening. Invitations nro to do issued this wook to tho members and tholr families. Bowl ing will bo inaugurated for ladles and gontlemon. Tho New Year's eve reception will be something more formal, apd wl'l be looked forward to with great interest by all the numbers. The committee on invi tations Is W. Cnrlion Smith, Geo. F. Rodgors, W. H. P.yrd. The recep tion committee consists of E. P, Mc Cornack, J, a. Carson, R, Cart- wilght. W. H. Byrd, W, T. William son, Werner Broyman, Governor United Evangelical. Sunday school nt 10 a. m. K. L. ,of C. E. at C:30 p. m. Preaching by tho pastor at 11 a. m. No service at 7:30 p. m. Union mooting at the First BaptlBt church. Third quarter ly business mooting Docombor 18, at 7:30 p. m. II. A. Dock, pastor. Ilnrrltt Cltnncl. Yow Park U. B. meetings will contlnuo ovor Sunday. Mrs. Blanch- nrd will preach Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 n. m.' Tho revival meet ings will close Sunday night, Christian Science. First Church of Christ, Sciential, 110 Chomokota street. Services Sun day at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Subject of lesson sermon, "Is tho Universe, Including Man Evolved by Atomic Force?" Sunday school nt 11: 45 n. m. Tho Wodnosday even ing meeting Is held nt 7:30 p, m, Rending room In tho church open ench afternoon except Sunday. All aro cordially Invited to attend the services and tho reading room. Unitarian. Corner Cottago and Chemekota streets. Sorvlcos at -10:30 a. m., pronchlng by tho pastor, Rev. Paul S. Bandy, subject, "Constructive and Destructive Elements In Rellglqn." Sunday school at 11:45 a. m. Imme diately after tho morning service. First Congregational. Sunday senices as follows. Proachlng by tho pastor at 10:30 a. m. This will be Mr. Dell's last ser vice with this churclj. Thero will no preaching' In tho ever.Yig ns tho church ranltes with tho Baptist peo ple In special evangelistic meetings. Sunday school meets at 12 m. Tho young people will meet at 0:30 p. m. I Prnvflr ninfttlnir Thnra.inv nvAnlni nt 7:30 o'clock. Klndllost welcome for all desiring to attend any of the serv ices hold In tho church. First Presbyterian. Church street, near Chemekota. Rev. Henry T. Babcock, pastor. This FOR SAL Two good houses In suburb of Salem, lea ordxi; m good business a aplondld blncktmlth and vagon isd p&t with a good business In full running order at U pro hi Tho shop building Is n strong framo building with MncrdiWl tion and hoavy framo woll llnlBhod, nnd would bo flnt tUni Btoro building, or wnrohouBo or factory, or good boat lulu within ono block of tho now hyed out railroad. Octet! beautiful homes and business ocatlons ia Salem. Will I chango ao part paymont a good Bmall farm. Will fire fi nnd low Interest for part. Farm to bo In WillamM nJf Salem or Portland. Address corrospondonco to DERBY & WUXSON or GEO, B, JACOB Salem, Ore. R.F.M&W iwniiiiHiHimwii First Class Conveyances and Reliable Horses You alwava cot nt Yannko'B. Wo can glvo you any kind of a vohlcie that you desire nnd a horso to hitch to it that Is gentio in narut". Horsos boarded. FASHION STABLES O. W. YANNKE, rmp. 131-137 N. nigh St. Phono Main 44 C. A L IFORNIi nniTlXO. Bi IS THE PLACE WHERE GOLF, TEW, f RIDING, DRIVING AND ALL THE SUMMER SrflW ENJOYED a. & ni RATE, SALEM TO LOS ANGEU CJ.W AND RETURN ' ertwaG3 Correspondingly Low Rates to other Citw i Methodist Church. Tho bazaar of the First Methodist church was held In the narlors r that church on Wednesday and Thurs day afternoons of last week and was a succoss In every wny, tho ladlos dis posing of all tho articles on sal. Thoro woro flvo booths. Tho potted plant tablo was In chargo of Mro. Ohruart aud daughtor, Miss Lois, and thoro wero many varieties of plants suitable for pretty gifts. Mrs. C. D. Mlnton and Mrs. J. H. McNary had cnargo or tno apron booth. Tho provision booth was in charge of Mrs. George Hatch, whllo Mrs, Ella bort. Unamuerlaln, Justices Monro nn.l Ichuinh will unito with tlm liMrsf nnn. Bean, Mayor Rodger? and A. N. Gil-jtlst church In both morning and ev- onlng services, at the Baptist church, at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun day sohool at 12:15. Tho young people's societies of the churches, united In evangelistic services, will hold a praise and rally meeting con ducted by Messrs. Jones and Spear at 3 p. m., In our church. Regular monthly meeting of Brotherhood Tuesday at S p. ra. In Tecturo room. Mid-week prayer meeting will be re sumed Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Pub lic cordially Invited to these ser vices. A&'tisnit Open Meeting, The United Artisans hm the reg ular monthly open meeting in the hall In tho opora house building last evening and entertained an "apprecia tive audience of members and friends with an excellent literary program and various games. After the pro gram light refreshments wero served. Tho Artisan orchestra ren dered several selections in the uusual pleasing mannor. Miss Clarabolle Vaudenbrok then sang "Love Mo and tho World Is Mine" and as a re call gave "Absent." She has an ex ceptionally clear and full voice. via tho famous . i n.u cwhofH Pacific Wr iMiasia iuuie--juuimi KNOWN ao .i "Be Road of a ThoMsad . . ...vita. descrlpt"9 For beautifully illustrated ";- nm H Its Winter Resorts, can u w" fli 1 1 1 Hi 1 1 1 1 1-HH-HfrHi OASITOIIXA, Bow tie "M Med Xou Haw ATjwjs BougM nwoPENED - CLARK'S CANDY KITCUE.V. ;; I : Piuro and fancy canaies . ; specialty. Will teach the trade , . and anyone wishing to lra , to mako candles will ao we i'n onil at once. Terms rea- . . sonablo. W. W. CLARK 418 North Commercial sreet. I fiuiiiii-HW'm"rr"'- GoU an: UaA OJ ' m.r m ql Zm 1 y ZM ?. r i N'