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DAILT CAPITAL JO TONAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATTJEDAT, NOVEMBER 1, 1913.
FAGS THREE. Society has placed the stamp of ap proval iu the "tango." Not the tango as exploited a few months ago, but the graceful, modified dance which has evolved after elimination of waist and arm movement. The fascination of the new music with its rhythmical, broken time, and lack of tune, is irresistible, and from sow on the popular dance in society will not be the waltz and the two-step. From New York and many other large cities, comes the information that tan go dancing schools have arisen in every quarter. The craze, not unlike that of the "Boston Dop," of a quarter cen tury ago, is sweeping the whole country and will soon have its grip across the water. ... No more brilliant society event could have been offered for the opening of the winter's social affairs than the el aborate dancing party given by Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Asahol Bush, Jr., Tues day night, when members of the smart sot were bidden to Masonic Temple, and in the most beautiful surroundings enjoyed the hostesses' compliment to Mrs. Bush's house guest, Mrs. Warren Truitt, of Moscow, Idaho. Everywhere was a gorgeous arrange ment of flowers, viues, foliage and palmii. Mrs. Bush planned her decor ating motifs which wore placed at the disposal of Little and Russell for de velopment. These decorators devised artistic methods of combining a wealth of material which resulted in almost in discribable beauty, enhancing the ele gant furnishings of reception and dancing rooms and the banquet hall. Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Asahel Bush, Jr., Tecoivod in the reception hall, present ing Mrs. Truitt to the very large as semblage responding to invitations. Ad orning the walls wore great masses of vine maple in their gorgeous colorings and placed in jars were clustors of yollow chryBanthoumns contrasting with the classical palms. The banquet room with its ivory fin ish and polished floor made an idoal place for dancing. Circling the room were palms in great numbers and tall ped estals supporting urns of red roses. The crowning artistic effect was a lattice twined with smilax and banked on eith er side with palm trees and columns surmounted by urns of deep, red roses. The electric domes were hooded with red rose petal shades. Behind the lattice was stationed the Peerless orchestra, which on no- pre vious occasion had played so excellent ly. Alternating with this music, at the entrance of the dancing roonv, was Webb's rag time orchestra from Port land; an inovation for Salem. AU of the latest fashionable dances were walked, stepped or glided; a dig nified tango the apparent favorite, with an. occasional walz or two-stop to punc tuate the series of a sew syncopated time. The punch bowl was surrounded by merry dancers after each, uumber. Pro grains wore purposely omitted, a de lightful change from the ordinary dance regulation. Refreshments were served in the li brary above. A hedge of palms in groups and other arrangement walled the stairway about, and immense bas kets of Caroline Testout roses and smi lax, swung above the stairs. Pink cos mos made bright spots in the green, and the same starry flowers banked the fire place mantle. In the center of this gar den blossomed the table made exquisite with lace pieces for the dainty service holders, and a long basket filled with dozens of Bplendid imported roses, cer ise in color and of choice varioty. Smilax decomted the pink shaded over head globes. Mrs. Henry D.x Thiolsen and Mrs. William II. Eldridge presided at the table serving the salads and pouring the coffee. Indicating the season's latest modes, were many quaint, original and artistic dancing frocks, wore by the young matrons and maids who prescntotd a dazzling picture, framed in the decor ations representing a Roman garden. Among the handsomost gowns, was the exquisite imported Becre model, HOUSEKEEPERS Must beWatehf III Those Who Rely on the great home remedy which has proved its power to relieve safely and speedily the minor ailments arising from defective or irregular action of the organs of' digestion," find themselves spared hours of suffering and able to ward off the attacks of serious sicknesss. HAM'S PSE&S never disappoint those who take them. They help the digestion, stimulate the liver, clear the kidneys and regu late the bowels. By purifying the blood they increase cheerfulness and create confidence. As actions depend on health and strength, those who krnw Beecham'a Pills Ltnjoy Life Sold vm-rwbtr. In bot. 10o.. 2S. BaMbaa'l filU k. Ik. Urtt Ml ol nf nadicia. ia that World. 1 m IF 'IV ta I Everybody Admires d Beautiful Complexion- DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER 'M 1 X RmTwrWmliaitnHaawli Jin Indispensable and Delightful Toilet Requisite for Fashionable Women. A dally necessity for the ladles' tnllnt Whothnr at home or while traveling. It protects the nkln from lnjurloui nlTects of the elements, gives a wonderfully ef fective beauty to the complexion. It is a erfect non-greasy Toilet Cream and pos ltlvuly will not cnufie or encourage the growth of hair which all ladles should gunnl agulnxt when selecting a toilet pre paration. W hen dunning, bowling or oth er exertions heat the akin, It prevents a greany appearance, Oouraud's Orltnta! Cream has been highly recommended by physicians, act P'kw, singers and women of fashion for over half a century and cannot be aur- f indued when preparing for dully or even-na- attlro. Oourjud's Oriental Cream cures Skin Plsenees and relieves 8tin1iirn, Removea Tan. I'lmplea, Illm khcmln, Moth Ihitrheii, Knsh, Freckles and Vulgar Kortnes. Yellow and Muddy Nkln, giving a delicately clear and reused complexion which every woman desire. v No. 11 For sale by Druggist and Fancy Goods Dealers. v Ferd. T. Hopkins, Prop., 37 Great Jone Street, New York. For great efforts are being made in this vicinity to sell baking powders of inferior class, made from alum acids and lime phosphates, both undesir able to those who require high-grade cream of tartar baking powder to make clean and healthful food. The official Government tests have shown Royal Baking Powder to be a pure, healthful, grape cream of tartar baking powder, of highest strength, and care should be taken to prevent the substitution of any other brand in its place. Royal Baking Powder costs only a fair price per pound, and is cheaper and better at its price than any other baking powder in the world. worn by Mrs. Bush. A pompadour silk will pink predoininaing, lavishly em bellished with point lace. Her only or nament a magnificent Hungarian opal of immense size, surrounded by diam onds, and held with a slender chain of platinum. The corsage bouquet was of deep pink velvet geraniums. Mrs. Truitt 's gown was a beautiful creation of soft grey imWHaliuo satin, elaborated with HjwniHh lace silver beading and American beauty velvet. Her head dross was an ornament of brilliants. Mrs. Asaliel flush, Jr. wore a stun ning gown of black satin mossaliuo. A moteor garnished with sofe brown fur and a corsage panel of rose point. , Mrs. R. B. Fleming, old rose messa line with cream shadow lace. Mrs. C. L. Dick, deep schrimp pink charmeuBe with panel of elaborate wool ombroidory, and croam Venice lace. Mrs. 8. C' Dyer, cream white satin with iridescent beads and antique lace. Mrs. Joseph Baumgartner, turquoiso blue crope de chine with delicate lace. Mrs. W. A . Strong, cream white china silk, with handsome wide lace and palo blue chiffon.--- Mrs. B. 0. Schuckinir, corn colored turn back cuff of green bordered the aylp with BruggeiB acJ overdress and skirt and the tunic was of white em- !,. ... broidored chiffon edged with small pendant ornaments in white and further adorned with green girdle and sleeve arrangement. Will this was worn a string of pearls. Hor fillet was an up right pleating of green tullo hold in place with a sparkling bandeau, and hor flowers wero Cecil Bruner roses. ' Mrs. William Thiolsen, blue and white chiffon with pearls and lace. Mrs. Elizabeth R. Cone, blue silk pop lin, black chantilly over cream lace. Mrs. S. W. ThomiHion, black rox de chine over king's bluo messallne, with chantilly lace. Mrs. Henry W. Moyer. apricot crepe Mrs. W. It. Kldridge's becoming gown do chine, with bodice and tunic of lacs was of gray and blue brocaded char- and gold lace glrdlo. meuse with Oriental embroidery and Mrs. S. 0. Sargent, black chiffon over rose point lace. A touch of fur was white chanuoime brightened with Amer ican beauty volvot. Mrs. W. Molvin Plimpton, apricot added. Mrs. H. D. Thiolsen was charming in taupe chiffon broad cloth and net. Mrs. William It. Boat wore black crepe do chine, with touches of old lace. Mrs, Walter Cook, of Portland, was gowned in an Imported robe with foundation of soft silk completely hidden with an all- over pattern of Iridescent beadB in white and delicate tones. An Iridescent bandeau was her hoad dres4 Her flow ors were pink orchids. Miss Frotland, of Portland, wore an old bluo brocaded volvot with coinage oflnce and girdle effect of tho brocade. A bird of paruditio rested on ber hair. Mrs. Charles Dopp, black voil witb bands of varlod colored embroidery. Mrs. Goorgo Bennett, brocaded pint over deep pink accordiun pleated chiffon. Mrs. William C. Knighton was In bluo silk brocade with bodice, of gold liu-n and drawries held by an orioiit.il tassel of beads and embroidery. ' Mrs. A. N. Moores, violet chiffon cloth over violet silk, with lace ami velvet ornamentations. Mrs, John D. Sutherland, blue crope BEATRICE SHELTON Teacher of Piano Studio 843 Marlon tjtreot. Telephone Main 1299. MINNETTA MAGERS Cotralto Teacher of Singing. Studio, First National Bank Building. Telephone Main 1259. Western Conservatory of Music of Chicago, III., Frank E. Churchill, representative Salem branch. Complete course in piano, and accompanying theoretical branches. Diplomas granted upon completion of course. Studio, rooms 12 Opera House bldg. Residence phone 1100. Pupils snnslled at any tins Dan F. Langenberg, Basso Cantaute, Vocal Diaphragmatic breathing and nasal resonanco. Studio 215-16 Hubbard build ing. Phone Main 2079. Saturday Specials iniiir LEY' CP Specials 1 Vests and Tights Combination Suits Umbrellas Women's and misses' vests and Women's and misses' combina- Women's rainproof umbrellas tights ia medium and heavy tion suits, in the finest of ma- Paragon steel frames fitted with weight garments. terial, lace and embroidery trim- neat handles. Special 39c Special 87c 1 Special $2.48 special 7c Sweaters r, n ... . Hose MiW and children., sweater. UOIiy UOliieS in V and military necks, brown, Dainty Cluny doilies, 6 inches in , black, cotton ribbed hose. Sixes whtfe uJ nayy- diameter. Best of quality. 6 to 9 1-2. Special $1.48 Special 21c Spec 3 pr. for 2Sc NOVEMBER SALE SUITS COATS DRESSES ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES 9UAUTY IERCMANDISE utTr wtT ktwcek jtati 6 coT ' pntctt pom A) MERCHANDISE orope de chine, with chiffon and cream Spanish lace and beaded ornaments. Mrs. Frederick D. Thielsen, American beauty charmeuse, with corsage bond of blue moire under white shadow and black chantilly lace, Dark fur was used for bandings. Mrs. R. C. Bishop, light blue crope meteor, with lace and crystal beads. Mrs. Curtis B. Cross, blue silk crepe with over dress of ping marquisotto, lace and gold bandings. Mrs. John H. Albert, heavily em broidered white lingerie and lace. Mrs. Joseph H. Albert, wisteria silk crepe, lace and colored bead ornaments. Mrs, Ooorge Pearce, black charmeuM white silk trimmings. Mrs. Oswald West, golden crepe mot eor, embellishmonta of amber beads and guld lace, with bodice of heavy cream lace. Mrs. Elmer Luddou, white embroider od charmouse, pearl beads and a touch of real lace. Mrs. Soba Case-Wall, spangled lace over white satin, embroidered chiffon, point applique and corsage banding of ermine. Mrs. Robert B. Bonham, of Eugene, pink uiessaline with bodice and pep lum of blue brocaded net. Mrs. William Conn ell Dyor, white charmouse slip with robe of white em broidered and beaded net. Mrs. Harry Wenderoth, cream white crepe do chine, with hand-made lace. Mrs. Max 0. Huron, white embroid ered lingerie and rose pink girdle. Mrs. C. N. Robertson, accordian pleated blue chiffon, elaborated with rose buds shadowed lace and pearls. Mrs. Thomas Eay, old rose brocaded (Continues on page 0.) Will, r PW PWB WW WO Tf1 HW WW WW rWW MTW Wtt put WW IWsl Wtt WT1 M IPM HM . i muni i n BEWARE OF THE- LAURA GRANT, Teacher of piano and klndorgarten for chlldron, 859 Center street. S3 1 1 Si : ii M 11 If El Si 11 EI 11 1 Greeks earing Gifts The Albany business men' delegation appeared before a Salem audience last night. Their plea to the Salem voters, both men and women, was to Salem "dry" like Albany. Salem today is the most prosperous city in Oregon. Salem has made a greater growth in the ' past five years than any other city in Oregon. Salem's business houses as a whole have a higher standing and credit than any other city in Oregon, and this can be proven by every credit man and commercial traveler making Oregon territory. Do the voters of Salem wish to change conditions on the advice and recommendation of Albany's business men? Albany's record for high taxes and arrests for drunken, ness still stands. That cannot be explained away. . u ' To the Salem voters we can only say t BEWARE OF THE GREEK BEARING GIFTS. . . u n I M n ii ii ii t M M a u M tm A M mM a m m mm mi mt am mm mi m m & mmim&2' (fair Adv.) Published by the SALEM WELFARE LEAGUE J. D. Turner, Becrotary. II n n t! N M M n n N N M II n n u M 11 U n H t nsnasncssnsEESsisi-Eas i , , .... K1 . sfMJ A Mil OPERA M II II il n n H ti n 'Pi M n in n ti 4i ii n n M M n ri ?! !S "? 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