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DAITjY CAPITAL JOUIINAL, oaLEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1B0.
SOCIETY T HE puplb of Miss Mlnnotta Mngors, vocaiiBt, will givo their closing recital next Tuesday nlcht In the First Methodist church. They will bo annlsted by Professor T. S. Roberts, plpo organist, who will ren- 'dor tho brilliant processional from "Tho Quoon of Shepa," and will piny an organ obllgato ror mo urst soio number of MIbs Gortrudo Brlxon, Ml'B Viola Verclor and Miss Mary Schultz, violinists, pupils of William Wallace Qraham, will also nsalat, nnd Miss Georgia Dooth ud Miss Margaret Plnher will bo tho nccom panlsts, Miss Ermlno Dushnoll, whoso mezzo-roprnno voice has dollghtod bo many Salem fwidlonccs, will sing the .difficult "Horodlndo Alro do Salomo" from MasBonctt. Another feature will botho8,nglne of thoTroblo Clef class, composed of 19 voices. Mem ibcrs of thU class aro all musical stu dents, which Ib not ordinary for glco clubs In gonoral. Although lnvltn . ttons havo beon sent out, tho public Is Invited to attend. Tho full program follews: Pnrt I. ' (a) "Annie Laurlo" . . . .Scott-Parks (b) "Vlra" Rlker Troblo Clot Class. "Tho Carnival" Malloy Soba C. Wall, (a) "When I am Dead, My Donr- est" Carrie J. Dond ((b) "Woro My Song With Wings Provided" Hahn Sophia Townsond. Violin solo "Spanish Dances".. Moszkowskl Miss Mary Schultz. "Dreams" Stroletzkl Roger Datt. "In Her Garden" DoKoven Amy Martin. i Plpo organ olo Processional from "Tho Quoon of 8hoba". . . .Gounod , Mr. T. S. Hoborts. Pnrt II. "Soronado" Schubort LouIbo Cronlso. V'olln obllgato Mls Viola Verclor (a) "Hindoo Chant" . ...Domborg (b) "Au Prlntomps" Gwunod Mnbol Lantz. "SpanlBcho anzo" Sarasto Mlso Viola Verclor. ; "Roso In tho Dud" Forrester Ireno Howard. J (a) "Look Up, O Heart".. Doiniogo1 (If) "My Llttlo Love" Hawloy Gortrudo Erlxon. I "Herodlado Alro do Salomo". ... Masonott Ermlno UubIuioII. I (a) "Lnat Night" . . ..KJorulf-Reohl (b) "Tho Sweet Llttlo Girl nnd tho I Quaint Squeogeo" Warner Trblo Clof Class. I . MIsb Acnes Gibson and Mr. Hoy . Miller wor married Wednesday mor- j nlng at 11 o'clock at tho homo of; tho brldo'n father, Mr. D. Gibson, In Highland. Oregon grape and car nation woro UKod In docorntlng tho ' pnrlor, whore tho coromony took place undor n large lover' knot. Tho ' brldo, who In n pretty brunotto, woro a lovoly laco gown and a full length tullo voll Hccurod with ornngo bios- horns. Her bouquet was. of bride's . rosos. Hor bridesmaid, Mla Mar-j garot Miller, n slstor of the groom, I woro crenm colorod batiste and car ried pink carnations. Mr. A. Norton, ' Dontrlco Gibson, n llttlo nleco of tho ' bride, as flower girl, mndo a pretty liii'imu iii ii uuiiiiy iiiikuiiu iruui(, carrying a bniltot filled with sweet pons and forn. Just before tho core-, mony MIb Grnco Scott sang "0, Promlso Mo." The wedding march from Lohongrln wns played by Mrs. Thomas Gibson and tho ring cere mony was performed by Rev, H. T. Dabcock of tho Fir t Presbytorlan church, hoforo only Immediate frlonds and relntlved. A "voddlng dlnnor followed. i Tho br'do Is a rocont arrival from the onat nnd Is ni accomplished young woman. Tho groom holds a respon-Hblo position In ItntHlor, Ore gon, whoro thoy will mnko tholr homo, Thoy loft Wodnoday afternoon for Seattle to ntUnd tho exposition, returning to Rainier tho last of July. Tho piano pupils of Prof. T S Raboris gave si pleasing recital Thursday night to a few of their friends at Mr, Roberts' homo on Mill street. Tho program was varied and tho piupll- won much applause for tholr work. Those taking part woro Esther Englobart. Fayte Drown, Lu die DoWltt. Dornlco Hold, Nellie Roberta, Mildred Rold, Martha Kopp" lln, Doulah Itoborts. Pearl Rockhlll, i r ranees uuaoipu, .Maurice uoueris, Ono of Uie prettiest weddings of. fcuo Dcuoun iook piace wounesuay evening when Miss Deulah Eloanor, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H P. Ctia'e, was married to Mr. Dort S. Hewitt, at the home of the bride's parents on Seventeenth and D streets. Immediately preced ing tho wedding march. Miss Mar guerita Mors sang "Decause." with piano accompaniment by Mr. Robert Eakln Tho bilde wa- attended by Hiss Grace Cramer of Cleveland, Ohio, as bridesmaid and Mr. Ralph Matlhows, a etudertt of Berkeley, wa host man. Tho ctuomuny was performed by Rev H T. Dabcock oeneatu a uowor of forn9 and a how er marguerites. Tho brldo was beau tifully attliod Jr. a pearl gray travel ing costume After good wlsboa nnd congratulatien: n dainty and unique lunohton was served In tho dining room by a number of the bride's mo t Intimate girl friends. Later In the evening Ml Nina Drown of Portland served punch beneath a bowor of sweet brier nnd pink rosos. Tho decorations were exception ally p"otly, fernn and marguerites being extensively ired In the recep tion room nnd pat lor. In tho dining room the color schemo was carried out with plnl; rotes. Tho young peo ple received many gifts, Including much cut glnsj and silver. Tho brldo Is well known In Salem and 1b vory popular with a largo clrclo of friends, who will greatly miss her from among their numbor. Mr, Howltt Is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Hewitt of this city and has for n numbor of years been conncctod with tho Western Electric Tolophone nnd Tolcgraph company of San Fran cisco. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howltt left tho snmo ovonln? for a short horteymoou, j. Cascadla, after which they will ro tmrn to Snlom for a few days. Thoy will thon go to tholr homo In North Yakima, by way of Scattlo, whoro thoy will bo entertained by Miss Grace Cramer. MIbs Woller's classes In music havo occupied tho platform at tho Christian church for thrco nights tho pnst week to tho delight of largo nudloncet: of friends and to tho public generally. On Monday ovonlng the soloist'? given honors woro Miss Ag nes W03t, who mndo hor first up pcaranco as a pianist; MlBsOln Arn old, who appeared In two numbors, nnd Mi's Katherlne Carson, who rendered three piano numbors. Miss Minnie Prior of California, who Ib tho guest of Mrs. William Dakor, and who has a beautiful contralto voice, sang several numbors nnd re ceived recnIU from tho dollghtod audlenco. Miss Mario Hutchlns also played two very dlfllcult renditions. Other woll known plnyors who ap peared In qunrtoto wore Dolbert Dur- ton, Dlnncho Drown, Eloanor Colony, Althoa Moorcs, EIbIo Glazo, Elslo Smith, Mr. Sollicking nnd Luecn Morolnnd. On Tuocdny ovenlng a class In tho Dunning system of Improved music study woro granted diplomas. Tho class Included Margaret Rod gor.j, Isola Smith, Luclllo St. Plerro, Dlancho Moffott and Leona Weld mor. Those young ladlea wero hon ored with floral gifts from their friends and gnvo evidences of tholr skill at the p'nno and tholr knowl edge of nuBlcnl sclenco In many different forms. Each ono played a selection and transposition of tho same. Isola Smith, ono ot tho grad uates, distinguished horsolt In tho "Shower of Stars.' The ontlro pro gram 'of tho ovenlng was mado up by these young ladlo-, nnd whon It is considered that thoy are mero misses In sort dicsos, their rango of ability was vory great to hold the audlonco for an hour nnd a half. Mrs. Chas. Walters, who has a finely trnlned mezzo-soprnno volco, gnvo several soloa nnd received n num ber of encores. Mrs. Walter has recently come to Salem nnd has been given a vory cordial greeting for her ability as a vocalist. In presenting tho certificates to tho class Mr. Hofor spoke In tho hlgho't tonus of tho Dunning system and of whnt Miss Woller was accomplish ing wjth It. Tho concluding recital was given by MIbs Wollor'o younger students Wednesday ovonlng. Their numbers wero muMcnl and plenclng to a largo numbor of their frlonds who wero present Excollont demonstrations woro given of music rending, trans positions nnd hand nnd volco train ing. Thoso taking part woro Myrtle King, Dorothy Duckner, Claro Wink ler, Jcannctto Meredith, Hester Welch, Lonaperl Wright, Gortrudo Mauror, Louemma Waters, Toresa Fowlo, Florence McDonald, North nip Waters. Myrtle King, Ruth Do hnnnon nnd Isola Smith. Mr. G. T. Vandocnr, who Imb boon with Dnrr Dros. Jewelry Btoro for tho past two years, has taken a posi tion as traveling salesman. Ho has resigned his position with tho Salem firm nnd leaves on the second ot July for Now Jorsoy, whoro ho en ters tho employ of a largo whole sale Jowelry liouco. Ho will also rop rccont n watch-caso manufacturing firm In Ponusylvanln. Ho will mako the Pacific territory, Including Idnho, Washington, Oregon nnd California. Ho commenced tho Jowolry business whon ho was only fifteen years old and has worked at It continuously for cloven years, olght years of which have been spent In this state Ho was for two years In Southern Oregon and ono yenr at Astoria bo fore coming to Salem. Mr. Vandocnr hns ono of tho most winning nnd pleasing porsonalltls that endears him to ovoryono with whom ho come In contact. He has a largo circle ot friends In this city, whoro ho has boon a member of tho Illlhco club nnd a life niombor of the Elks' lodgo. Mrs. Vandecar Ib going to Coos bny for a visit while her husband U In tho East, but nftor his return they expect to mako tholr homo In Lob Angeles. MIb Dontrlco Shclton's piano pu pils gnvo n largo audlonco a delight M ovonlng with another brilliant ro cltal at tho First Methodist church last night. Assl ting them woro Mrs. Clmrloj S Walters, soprano, and n trio composed of Miss Viola Vorclor, plants ; Mls Goorgabollo Dooth, planht, nnd Prof. T. S. Roborta, plpo violinist; Miss Gcorgnbello Dooth, bors, tho first bolng tho "Ltobo- straum," from LlBzt and tholr sec ond "Meditation," by MIotzko. Fea tures of tho program wero tho play ing of thrco quartet. Tho first, com posed of Mra. Nina Rlngo, Mrs. Viv ian Foster, Miss Myrtlo nnd Miss Dortha Duncan, gavo a beautiful ren dition of tho "Caprlco-Horolquo," by Do KontsU! tho "Rhapsodlo-Hon-grolie," by Liszt, was given with flno effect by Mrs. Nina Rlngo, Mourlco Roberto, MIm Myrtlo Duncan and Mrs. Vivian Foster, nt two pianos. Tho third quartet was composed of MlB' Maud Hill, Miss Lola Slater, Miss DIancht. Knox and Miss Zoo Toothacro, who playod "Fest Ouvor turo," by Goutner, In on equally do llghtful niannor. Tho solo numbors wero given by Miss Dornlco Clark, Miss Ruth Reed, Miss Loin Slator, Miss Lucll-j Staler, Miss Mary Plglor, Miss Gortrudo Hunt and Miss Mnbol Smith. Tholr excellent Interpre tations ot dlfllcult numbors hold tho Intoroit of tho lnrgo audlonco, nnd each received gonorous applause. MIsj Gortrudo Hunt nnd MIbs Lmcllo Str.loy nlso wo:t much npplnuso for tholr numbor "Country Danco," by Novln. THRIFTY PREACHER HUSTLES FOR TRADE IPnltort rrci Lcnufil Wire 1 Oakland. Cal.. Juno 20. To tho deputies of tho county clork's offlco mo antiy prcsonco of a hnndsomo young woman near tho IIcoiibo clork's window hns for many dnys been a mattor of deep speculation Vnrlous opinions ndvnnccd by tho wlse-neres of tho offlco, howovor, woro hold up to rtdlculo today whon tho fnct was lonrnod Hint tho girl was tho scout of a progressive marrying pnrson, nnd wns on tho lookout for young couples who woro In need of a third party to tlo n marital knot. Tho buslncssltko Drencher la thn aov. Q. Hnrwood Plorco. Ho nnv tho opportunity to do a thriving business whon recent .statistics rovoalod tho fnct that tho avorago numbor or innr rlngo llconuos Issued from this offlco in n month wns 3G0. Ho nnnouncod today that ho would omploy tho young woman ns long as she "turned In tho business." LEON LING STILL AVOIDS DISCOVERY Now York. Juno 9fi nhnni ain. room-mato of Leon Ling, murderer if Elslo Slgel, was placed undor ex amination by tho pollcp ngaln today. Chung continued his contradictory statomonto, and tho offlcors woro iun- uoio io secure nny information that might lend to tho capture of tho fugitive BAPTISTS CAPTURE PORTLAND United Press Lcaictl Wlr Portland, Or., Juno 26. Portland Uai surrendered to hundreds of Dap tlsts from ovory ctato north ot tho Mason nnd Dlxto lino, and tho army ot invasion will hold undisputed pos session until tholr convention, ono of tho grcatost g&thorlngs ovor partici pated in by tho Northern Baptist con vention, roaches an end horo. With Ht.rry Pratt Judson, presi dent of tho convention, and also pnrld -nt of tho Unlvorslty of Chica go. n tho chair, tho first session was hold laat night. Moro than 100 del egates woro in attondanco. Imme diately after Prcndcnt Judson called tho convention to order, Dr. J. Whttcomb Droughor, pastor of th "Whlto Tamplo," tho church In which, tho dclogatoa mot, dotlvorod tho ad dress of wolcomo. 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