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PAHA CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OHEGOX, S VTfUDAY, M UCH 27, 1000.
! una i tiatof it ! rw i m i m i wfttt l a-fo)4g)o)oM i a i m l me " (f-- si'J lly MISS MOLL1K THE topic of most Interest tho past wook has been tho Mikado," given by the High School students Mon day and Tuesday nights In tho Grand opern house. Only word of the high est praise are heard, for there are no criticisms to make. It was with out an exception the host of nny ' thing ever given by the young pcoplo of Salem, and Is a distinct triumph for both tho students and Mlus Mlnnetta Magers, wno had tho wholo affair In charge. Sent", were entirely sold out early In the morning for both performances. The students hnve been given tho most consistent support by Salem people, and have, In return, given a decided treat Til tho musical lino, bo gldes bringing -new honors to their school. In fact the success of tho af fair was boyond tho most sanguine expectations. The Peerless orchestra, with Clus ter Catlow as accompanist, furnlshol the score music. The girls' choruses, composod of MIstes Irene Mgilns, Roso Pratt, Ruth Hansbro, Nellie Molntyro, Mar tha Oueffroy, Alsea Hawloy, Ednn Smith, Marie Crawford, Helen Lutby, Hilda Atnslor, Gertrude Wnlllng.Mury Phillips, lSlsle Smith, flora Dock, Iv.i Wechter. llulda Buckley, Nelllo Roberts, May Stousloft, Iva Cappe-, and Laura Fnrrlngton, and tho boys' choruses, 'composod of Soth Axloy, Millar McGtlchrlst, Ralph Southwlck, Horace Glesy, Waltor Kirk, Thomas Campbel. John Krnuu, Fred Shep herd, Eddlo Cade, Aliinza Tyler, CaM Hlngos. Lloyd Lucas, and Ernest Raker did oxcollont work. The music, Gilbert & Sullivan's host, was mado doubly nttractlco by the olevor linos and pretty fan drills which accompanied, them. Between the chorusos nnd tho loading charac ter the attention was equally dlvld od. Albert Btjan, ns the "Mikado," wna -iallant. nml won tniirh an. plauie for his whirs, which contained i many original local hits. The work of Homer Hunt, us "Ko-Ko," the lo'd high chaacellor of Tltlpu, was dl tlnctly clever, ami met with Imme diate favor. He was at his host. I think. In the last not, In his love scene with "Katlshn," whloh dlflloult part was taken by Ethel Cros. MKs Fay Unletting, as "Yum-Yum," the leading lady, was protty, winsome and ling an exquisitely beautiful pra ho voice, perfectly controlled. MUs i Rita Stelner, as "PIttI Sing." and Miss Gertrude Cook. a Peop-Ro," dld graceful bits of acting Ther wene with Miss Hutrbms us ,Thm Nationals $45 Savage ... $30 to $10 THE WATT SHIPP SAVAGE S45 a WefteMHMif-sMrMgat-fi Fitted with nickel-plated steel Tim. G & J heav) trend tire, an coaster bras saddle or handlebars The Best Money Can uy We will trade in our old n-w out- itn ta pavnivbts FISHING 7$lS TACKLE M I if nt t a itiiitiif ! iiifftitiifai I oiiai SOCIAL AND KUXCORN Little Maids from School," belug one of tho prettiest. Ross Mclntlre us Nun Id Pooh, tho disguised sou of the Mikado, was Above criticism. He has an excellent tenor voice which is clonr and musi cal In every note. Edgar Martin was great as Pooh Hah; and ns Pish Tush Adolph Gueffroy Is not to bo over looked In tho list of those doing clev er work. After all has been said of those In the limullght It Is eminently due the boys and girls of the choruses that while tho others were before them they were tho warp on which tho beautiful fabric of sentiment ro mnnce and plcturesqueness was wov en. Too much cannot be said of the work of Miss Mngors, who has put In a great doal of time In rohoarslng and training tho volcos for the pro duction. Salem puople Rio very for tunate In having such talent and have shown their appreciation. While In the east Miss Magers took work of Dr. Chapman of Boston, who Is one of the fluent directors and ntRUHKertt of stage presentations In the United States. She alio took work under I)e Vrloe. head of the operatic and dramatic department of the College of Music, of Chicago, and who every year coache his classes for dramatic work, 'ino Mikado, as presented hero was staged according to his Ideas and those of other pro fosslouul. among them tho great Tarns who owns the groatost musical library In the world, ami whose dictum Is law. It might be nnd should bo addod that the big archway In tho back of the KcoifoH and tho cherry treo offeots In the staging wore the work of-hlgh school students, undor tho direction of Mr. Geo. Schrolber, art Instructor In the public schools. Many prominent peoplo wore no ticed In parties and In the Imixob, among them being the following, who " ltrones for the affair: Mm F. V. Honeon, Mm. A. X. Utieh. Mr. R. K. L. Stelner, Mm. W. Carletou Smith. Mix. Claud Gatch. Mrs. V. P Rabeork. Mrs. II. C. ICpley. Mrs. J. M Power. Mrs. A. A. Lee. Mrs. Mil lard. Mr. J. P. Rogers. Mrs. J. II LautoruiRii. Mr. R. R. Houston. Mrs. G. G Rlugham. Mrs. J. H. Aekermun. Mra. King. A King's M on's Club was formed at tho Christian churoli last Monday evening, with a membership ok 60. Charles Knowlund wns electod prel- dent F. W. Watson vice-president, and J MrGee secretar) and troasui The Bicycles That Satisfy Ramblers $45 Excelsior $25 to $32.50 THE WATT SHIPP SAVAGE S45 . wheel on a new on or sell you a fii&& BICYCLE REPAIRING DRAMATIC tllltlla4 It Is ejected thnt the member-1 or hip will reach 100 by next Monday i nigni. wneu a uauquei win uu num. The club Is not necessarily a religious organization, as mon not In the church w'll be accepted as members, the object It being to uplift and help men In general. Following are the names of the members of the 'Early Hour Five Hundred Club," which was formed Thursday afternoon of Inst week: Mrs. J. H. Ackennan, Mrs. George P. Dauorllne. Mrs. Frank F. Brown, Mrs. Roy Burton. Mrs. Edmund F. Carlton. Mra. C M. Eppley, Mrs. D. Y. Eyro, Mrs. J. II. Robnett, Mr. William Spencor, Miss BcsMe'Spone- er. Mrs. Prod Waters nnd Mrs. T. R. Wilson, with Mrs. Spencer as presi dent and Mrs. Carlton nB secretary The club will moot with Mrs. Bauer- tin Wedne'dny. April 7. Tho socoiul of a series of concorts given by the students of the College of Music of Willamette University wns held In the chapel Wednesday owning. Much Intorest was mani fested by the Inrgc audience In tho splendid program of vocal and In strunt"ntnl numbers. A fenturo wn tho singing of the Lndlos' Glee Club, In Us Initial appoarance. Tho club composod of 24 voices, ha srccontlr beon organized by Professor Men denhnll, and Is n splendid nddltlo.i to tho muslcnl organization of tho University. Professor nnd Mrs. Men denhnll have boon In Snlom only about one yonr, but by tholr Intelli gent work have In that time becotuo ldent'lled with nearly ovorythlng that Is beat In the musical lino. The program given Wednosdny is n follews: Vocal, "Elixir Juvontntls". . .Stanley Tho Glqo Club. Piano, "Buonn Notto," Op. 25, Xo. 4 , Xovln Mies Maiirluo Samson. Plnno. "Vnlso," Op. C9, Xo. 1.... Chopl.i Mr. Raymond Rowland. Vocal solo, "Song of tho Rldo".. Chns. Braun Mr. Luther Hall. Piano. "Tompo dl Vnlso." Op 2, Xo. 2 Xovln M'ss Gladys Renfrew. Plnno, "Ln CaprloloiiBO," Op. 72, Xo. & Krogmaun Miss Jean Samson. Vocnl solo. "Spring's Awnkonlng." Dudloy Ruck Miss Alice Judd. Piano, "Tha Rosary" Xovln Mies Theodosln Benuot. Voeal solo, "Alia Stella Confldento" V. Robaudl Mies Helen' Mar Smith. Violin obllgato by Mlas Joy Turner Plnno. "Etude In G Pint." Op C7. Xo. C Locjchliom Mls Sadie Horntbrook. Voeal. "Sleop Little Baby of IMne" Denne-Smlth The Ladles' Gloe Club. Voeal solo, "Softly. Silently".... Arthur Llober Mlse Irma Shumway. Piano. "Romance In E Flat".. Rubenitetn Mlse Charlotte Soely. Vocal solo. "The BaHilolero" .... Losllo Stuart Mr. Wesley Beekley. Piano. "Sehutnmerlled." Op. 124. Xo. 10 Sen urn nun Miss Harriet SUiokey. Vocal olo, "Waiting" Harrison Millard Miss Marguerite Mens. Violin obllgato by Mies Turner. Piano. "Val nrillante." Op. 14, Xo 1 Chopta Ml' Irma Shomway. P nno. Prelude in C Sharp Minor." OP S. Xo. 3 RMfeMftllllMff Mlse- Jor Turnw. Vmai. long of the students froni the opera "Boceoeclo" (r- rauged by Mr. Mendenknll) The Glee Clnb. Arromiiants. Miss Joy Tamer. The announcement that Mrs. Hal- lie Parrieh-Hlngee will sing at the Vaudette during the coming week Is. undoubtedly, the most pieaeiag one that has been made eenoerning the popular theatres of Salem. She will also sing Sunday night, continuing throughout the week. Another fea ture will be the three-pleee orchestra composed of Miss Lela Tarpley piano; MlM Joy Tumor, vldlln. anl Mlse Martha Swart, cornet. The girls of the 'iQ aud '1 clatwe of the I'niTersltr Miit'OrUliiejl the atadesay boys at the heme -ml Mtac HeUra Here m North winter str0t. Thurtday ngbt Nearly all tke hmsb ! of both riaaue wore Beem Ros Mclatlre ntertatiti Use prlA rli.i of th "Mikado" mal sad a ft frleads In the Rata Kauri Laabda frsteralty khimi of the sso'J llral culieg of the I'aiversity Tur EVENTS OF THE WEEK day eventus. la honor of Miss Fayo t Hutchlns, who left with her parents for Portlnnd Friday to rcsldo, nud Homer Hunt, who'wlll ninko'hls homo lug Miss Ethel Cross, Miss Gertrude school students, and will be groatly missed by tho young peoplo here. Tho guests were: Miss Fayo Hutch lns. Mlse Esthor Cross, Miss Gertrude Cook, Miss Rita Stolnor, Miss AUji Altmnti, Miss Mlnnetta Mngcrs, Mint Flora Beck nnd Messrs, Homer Hint, Adolph Guoftroy, Edgar Martin and Vinton Ellis. Tniesny, March 20, a party of neighbors and frlonds of Mrs. Hogs'. of South Salem, gavo her a very o llghtful surprise party. It being her blrthdny. All wont with woll IBUd bnsketH and proscntr nnd at 12 o'clock rorvod an onjoynblo dlnnor Thoso proont woro Rov. nnd Mm. I Bnbcock Mr. and Mrs. Vclly, Mot dames Reoso, Duinnrs, Davidson, Kooremnn, Carry, Korr, Clipping) Schlndlor, Lucns, Dancy, Miss Chand ler, Mr. nud rMs. Boggs and Grand ma Lucns. The membors of the Epworth League of tho Losllo M. E. church gavo a box social nt tho homo of Mlsg Xelllo Mclntyro, In South Sn lom, Friday night. Seventeen dollura nud n half wero realized, which Kill be used toward purchasing a now or ga nfor their church. About HO young pooplo woro prcsont. Tho Mo Intlro homo was prettily decorated with daffodils. Among tho former Snlom young people attondlng tho University of California, at Borkoloy, aro Ralph Matthews, who Is managor of tho 'varsity bnaketball toam, which In tho champion tenm of the stnto, having won the Pacific Athlotlc Association championship recently; Luther Whit man, a former student of Willamette University, who has recontly beof elected to an associate editorship i'n the 1000 staff of tho Unlvoralty an nual publication. Ho In a mombur of the sopohnmore class, nnd Is pop ular with students thero; Howard Market, also a former studont of WW Inmotto. Is treasurer of tho Alpha Kappa Kappa modlcnl fratornlty, which meets In 'Frisco. Ho la alto a promlnont mombor of tho gloo club and tho '11 clnos In tho collogo of medlclno. Mrs. Robert C Hnlly outortnluod the ladles of tho Woman's Rollof corps at hor homo Thurmlay after noon. Aslstlng hor woro Miss Edna Knight. Mrs. A. M. Southwlck, Miss Besle SchuKz nnd Mls Adding An leregg. - - Mr. and Mrs. J. O. C. Wlmor will celi-lirnte their fifteenth wadding an niversary Tuesday. Muroh SO. changT- AT L0GAL THEATERS MRS. HALLIE PAR RISH HINGES TO SING FOR A WEEK AT VAUDETTE the Vaitdeu. and IireainlaiKl thea-'J! TZZ2?S!Z'i l)est sM on Installments at tho Vaudette theatre for the week wBiNBiaa; inw, mHiuruuy. eveniatt Ktelya Wood will slag at the Dream-! land. There will also be a threo- pleee ladles' orchestra at the Vau - detie, led y, MUw Tarpley. Profe.' or Stoudeumeyw will have ohargej of the orohostra at Dreamland. Thei prices at both of tfc theatres haf Ki bea raised to It eMl, but the gram has been wade more than double. I A Hurry Ui Call. j Quick! Mr. Druggist Quick!-- A box of Dueklon's Arnica Salve-' Here's a quarter For the lore ef! Metes, harry! Baby's burned bl'n-' elf. terribly Johnnie's out bis food with the axe Mamie's scalded Pai can't walk from pile lilllle lias bolls and my corns ache. She got It and soon cured all the family. r.s the greatest healer oa earth. So'4 by J C Perry. tftitiifxiif ! ! - l4gt NOT (JIXOKUIIHKA1) MAX RUT FULL OF I XO Kit Ross Snow and Freddy Xlco arc a pair of comodlnns that anybody would bo glad to soo, and thoy nr both In tho Glngorbrond Man com pnny nnd nro coming hore soon. Mny Bouton has loft tho Stubborn Cludor ella compnny to Join tho Gingerbread Man Compnny, whore sho won't havo to do buck nnd wing dancing, but will hnvo a chanco to sing A. Bald win Slonno's beautiful mustc. Sho tins a bountiful, votco that hits high E with facllo case, nnd a flgniro that Venus might havo boon proud of; when sho puts on a gown tho molting pot .losos Its Job, nnd tho boys Just nnturnlly sit up. Carrlck Major, tho magnificent bnrltono, who played Mnchovnllnn's Fudgo Inst season in tho Glngorbrond Man, Is still with ho compnny nnd renders "Quoon of My Dreams" as ho only can rondor It. It Ib a front to hear such nn accomplished artist as ho Is, and bis fine presence nml nuporb acting nro always a pleasuro to bohold. Ross Snow makes n brag that ho enn catch smelts with any mnn nllvo. Ross lives up In Malno, whoro tho smolts co mo from. Rom snya that Malno Is all right In tho supimor tlmo but that It Is too far from Milwaukee when tho robin hlbornntos. Roso Murray, tho soubrotto, sho of tho dainty podnl cxtroinotlos, Is flitting through tho rolo of Margery In tho Glngorbrond Mnn this soason, and going somo nt thnt. Sho has n now song, "Mngglo, Was Thoro Wlln Hor Hair In n Rrnld," that sort of touches the spot. LABOR UNIONS TO ' PARADE IN PORTLAND . I United I'rcsi I.cnieil Wire. Portland. March 27.- To hIiow the public that their sympathy In with Samuel Gompers, Frank Morrison nnd John Mitchell, the labor load on who woro recently convicted by Judge Wright, nud to protest ugaliiHtl tiut conviction, tho lnhor. unions oft Portlnnd havo dectdod to participate In u public demonstration. At tho weekly mooting of tho cen tral labor council u motion thnt u parndo be hold on May 2 was unani mously carried. It Is thought every union member In tho city will march, although iiouo will bo fined for failure to appear. Plans for tho demonstration nro now under way and ovory effort will bu mado lo Iiihuim a big turn-mil. o Building RldHid Mr. Ira Jorgonmm has begun tho erection of a line two-story renl denoe on Perry streot, betweon H'gh and Church. The building Is 3Gx7G feet, with cemout foundation nnd YE LIBERTY Tin-: iim hi: of comfort PROGRAM TODAY Lou' $iu( .Melody. , , A 1'ilend In (he Kim-ihIi'' C'niiip, A Brut i' IrUli Im.. Only ti'i-Miis Reveiig,. I'mU-Hsur'H Trip lo iim Coiintcy. UfMilpll. Soiik "Aw the V,-m Hnihr. .Miiwlr by o l.llH'ily Ort'liestia. A r J i'ianos and organs - ii 'r0 tllC Cheapest to ttlG ,'t Qprj rented. C. WILL IJ I 4i4sVr4-r41) ! s)n Sewing Machines Genuine needles, oil and i new parts for all sewing machines. Sewing ma chines rented. ln. C. WILL SALLM PROPERTY 'ADVANCING tAST LAST FEWYEARS HAVE SEEN ENORMOUS RAISE IN CITY PROPERTY VALUES. Wo nro offering for sale over one dozen new houses that unless all signs fail will never bo bought as cheap again as they can bo gotten now. The houses opposite the S. P. Depot will all be for sale: watch their construction and make your selection, We have a four-acre tract with new house and barn which wo can offer for a short time for $2000 All property sold at reason able terms, Wo havo soveral good mortgages for sale and Invito interested parties to call on us, V0GET LUMBER & FUEL CO. Salem, Or, Phono 198, liiwiiKMit, and It will bo ono of the nontost nnd moat attractive rMl deiices In Salem, Your Examination of Our Silverware In our stock of silverware you will find representative patterns of tho leading inakeis, rich In design, and genuinely dlfforont from tho ordinary and trltu. Why not when "Spring cleaning." roplace thoso broken seta of table sil verware and havo your sideboard and table displays of beauty and refine ment? Complete Mocks nud moderate prlcos. Barr's JEWELERS j.j 1. 11 " I v "' Roll On," nnU ,y ami. C. I n .. X tdison, Victor and i Columbia Talking f 5 Machines A full stock of Records. Z c. WILL 3S0f,i J Latest llieet Music I Piano and Organ Studies. Violins, Guitars, Mandolins and Banjos. C. WILL ' i.ni.inigncfin.mii,aiir,.,an,ia,t,,.,ia 7 rmsirai: oVop"""''sV wsgwPT ." ietmifqmmm0mii-'i'-x "vlr ,n