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THE 8AI1EM OAPIT Al JOTOKAI, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914.
THREE Social and Personal Notes By Mollie Runcorn REV. DR. COLEMAN DIED IN VERMONT Miss Be mice Smith, daughter of prominent Bilverton residents, Mr. ami M. Kdward- Smith, who ara well known in Halcm, leaves this week for Rutland, Vt., Oct. 20. Rev. Dr. John H. Coleman, a former president of Wil lametto University, Kalem Oregon, died here suddenly today at the age of 67. Dr. Coleman began his term of office as president of Willamette University Halt Lake City to spend the winter with ' ' 1,10 , u", , ,cu"u"u.lu ." ' " her sister. Mrs. Downs. While there "l0 end of tlle Kkoolymr in 1UIW, her sister, Mrs. Downs. While there she will take special work iu nursing, und will also continue her piano stwdy with the renowned organist of the Salt Lake City Cathedral. Only relatives and intimate friends were usscmhled last night as guests ut the marriage of .Miss Blanche Lottie Moffitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Moffitt, to t'hurli'B Cornelius Sum morville, which took place ut the resi dence of tho bride 's parents, (103 North winter street. Kev. liiehard Avison Miss Veil Barker of Roseburg, who bas been the house guest of her sister, Mrs. Louise Josse, Jr., for a number of weeks, left for Portland today to re main for several days the guest of friends. Returning Friday, she will be claimed by Mrs. Arinin Steiner, who will entertain informally for her. Tho following item from a Portland paper will be of interest hflro: "Mrs. Claud" S. Kuight entertained about SO friends Friday afternoon at the attractive Kuight homo iu Tne Dalles, complimenting her house guests, Mrs. Kdwin 0. Goodwin, of Portland, and MisB Eliue Fawk, of Bnlein, who is a sister of Mrs. Knight. Dainty place cards in the form of confection baskets done in water colors marked the places at nine tables where auction was played. Card honors fell to Miss Minnio Lay. The color and decorating scheme was carriod out to the minutest detail from tho tiny favors, satin sa chets decorated iu bowknots and wreaths of miniature flowers, to tho ices and French pastry, which bore the sumo design. "The following day MrB. Knight asked a number of the younger contin gent for an Informal afternoon. Tho dining und living-rooms were decked with red dunlins and autumnal foliage, while the den was elaborately decorated with French mnrigolds. Mrs. Goodwin, Mrs. Harry, Mrs. Hnilcy, Mrs. Eugene More, of Baker, and Miss Fawk as sisted Mrs. Kuight ill receiving and en tertuining." Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Gram of Portland entertuined at their home, 3'M East Thirty-ninth street, Wednesday evening, in honor of the thirty-fifth wedding anniversary of Judge and Mrs. John E. Magers. The honor guests were presented with an armful of curnatious, to which tho Judge responded with a happy speech, Mrs. Gram served a de licious Biipper iu the light of 35 blazing candles. The iiumc of the evening was "live hundred." The guests included ite rriehs. Miss Anna Ifvan. Miss Oiml Mr. find Mrs. ('. G. Miller, Gordon Mil- George, Miss 1'enrl George, Miss Banih ler, Mrs. M. J. Williams of Oregon City, I Alderman, Miss Isabelle George, Miss Mr. and MrB. II. A. Ueikmnn, Mr. und Gertrude Corey, Miss Louclla Kchaet'or Mrs. J. M. Lawrence and Miss Marion 0f Woodbnru, Mossrs, Claud Moonaw, Lawrence. The Judge Magers are well! Ferdinand llnllsloii, Carl Palmer, Hulph known here, Judge Magers being a Palmer of Hubbard, Chester Moffitt, brother of Miss Minuctta Mngers and Luther Hnrtlett, Gordon Bummorville, A. G. Magers and ore frequently enter- Louis Nummorvillc, Emmet Hummer tniued in Salem by them. Mr. ami MrB. ville, Clifford and Harold Craven, Karl Gram also huvo ninny friends here, Sumner, Darwin George, 1 when in Haleni UBiiully being the guests; . of the Fredrick A. Erixons. j Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Robertson enter- itnined a number of their friends Mon- .. .... ... 'day at their home at 314ft North Front n iw i.Fc..iuv istioet in honor of their on, Y. Am er tho Uruut be 1001 I'nrent loacners A8.;,0n DnHmoro Bnd hia wife) who Blv, nuciuuuu r was taken taken by tho various members regard ing attiliation with the mate reaera-j M1!) Miniicttn Magers returned yes turn. Twenty member, voted In favor tenia)-; from a week-end visit to her of joining, and also elected Mrs. E. t,. ,-lnU,f Mrs. H. B. Woodlngton, and the lisher and MrB. Louclla Walsh to at- Kdward Smiths in Hilvcrton. Musical teud us delegates the federation meet-1 p0olo of both Hilvcrton and Woodbnru mg and Congress of Oregon Mothers to: wI)1 bo cllthuHlnstic patrons of the convene in Porllund next week. The forthcoming eoneort courso to be given proposed I Hoys' Club was also discussed, iM KuU.m aml uro contemplating char winch if organised will bo conducted tol.in B1,ociai trains for tho different along lines similar to those adopted by j ,ivi,tfc Mlm M (t M:(.Jllt0Hh , he 1. W. C. A. und will include boys nMmt mntMuu , jdopoudencc, was in ' rom 13 to 19 years of age, its oliji-. t , Hb1.., the past week to secure tickotB being to furnish a place whore the boys for 1(,01,0 of hl,r ,.ity wl0 wll)1,, tn or tne norinorn pun or mo cny can att(,nili Mri Ambrose Miildleton of when he was succeeded by Dr. Hoinan During his administration at Willam ette he raised funds to wipo out an in debtedness of his institution of nearly $00,000 and went from Snlcin to take charge of un eusteru school. Dr. Coleman was a grnduute of Kings College and until he cume to Nnlem had spent his entire life within fifty miles of Ins homo town in New York state GROWTH OF THE CITY CONGESTS SCHOOLS Owing to the lack of foresight on the part of the district school board, which did not take the rapid growth of the city into consideration and baxed the ostimatcd financial needs of the public school system lor this year upon tho enrollment statistics of last, no provi sion was made in the annual budget for additional teachers with the result that there is a congestion iu several of the schools, this year and no provision can bo made at this late day lor the relief of these conditions. The total enrollment for the eight schools of the city on October 10, this yeur, was SJW5I, us against -715 upon the sunie ilntc mst year, or an increase of 13d pupils. Busetl upon the univer sal rule of computation of city popula tion from the records of totul school enrollment, the city of Salem now con SALEM SOCIAL SERVICE CENTER Union of Fraternal, Religious, Civic, Industrial and Other Organizations and Citizens of Salem for Mutual Aid. PROGRAM Nobody cold Nobody hungry Nobody friendless No little ones neglected Work for the nuemployed No obligation No humiliation Just civilization. where ho wis b rn. Ho had been pre- tains a populntiou of over 17,250, as siding elder nnd a delegate to a num-1 nKtt;st 14,0!4, according to the U. S. ber of general conferences and wub I t.eU811s 0f join Bu increase of 313(1. or in four years, the congested cnmli- wedding march while the bridal party :"u l',rnu'' a large acipininwneo onu uis,tiol,s ; tho j1M,jB 9(.hools cainc to the was forming. Miss Pearl George - bb mBll-v ,ln,''"' '' '"-'llr ot 1,18 df,,,h attention of the board of directors at bridesmaid and Earl Sumner as the Wllu l"f01l 'cprot. ' the regular lneeling Inst night upon the read the service at seven o'clock, Miss nl', "' the,,(',hu,'Th, as a schol. 0VCT iO per cent, in Opal George plaving Mendelssohn's 1 ?' u"d " ni'iuster. !idc in this eity The question of t w limr march hil m hri.1,,1 ' f'lvme l a large acquaintance ond Ins : tiotw in tho nulilic bridegroom s best man were the at tendants. The bride was given iii mar riage by her father. IJ.M-oratioiiB were carried out with dahlias, Into roses, and woodland green ery, transforming the house into an attractive l'lorul uower. Masses of fir, ivy ami foliage wero combined with white blossoms iu tho ceremonial room, red und green being the color scheme of the living-room, the dining-room dis playing adornments of dainty pink dull lius. A buffet supper was served by Miss Arnetta JSartlett, Miss Isabelle George, Miss Opal George and Miss Lulu Schaefer of Woodliurn, Miss Hnruh Al derman presiding at the punch booth. Tho young couple left hist evening for u trip to Portlund and northern points, anil after October 27 will be nt home ut the Moffitt residence on North Winter street. Guests bidden for the wedding were : petitiou of A. M. Jess ami several other Jt is an encouraging sign that the; patrons of the Highland school, which world fail to see any glory worth men- j recited tin? conditions existing in that tiouing in connection with this war. i school and asked for an udditiounl teacher. After due consideration by tho immediate members of tho Elgin tho board City School Superintendent family Sunday evening ut an informal j Elliott notified Mr. Jess this morning rare-well attention tor Mr, and Mrs Geon'e M. Elgin and their little daugh ter, jlelene, who left today for Perdue, that, in view of the same conditions existing in all of the other schools of the city, ami thnt if an additional southern Oregon, where they will spend i teacher was granted tor the Highland HCUUUI, leUCIICIB WUtlHl UIKO IlllVe 10 U the winter oil their mining homestead. The rooniB were most beaiitilully dec orated for tho occasion, the living room being adorned with splendid long stemmed dahlias und lovely chrysun themums, of various colors, the dining room being decked with lute full rose buds and greenery, autumn leaves also furnishing a pleasing color touch. A ciitcteria supper was served, Mrs. Elgin being assisted by Mrs. Charles r. Elgin, Mrs. ( In ford Elgin and Mrs, Williinn .1. Cnrllnn. Piano selections Mr. and Mrs. William I). Suinmerville, , rendered by Mrs. Clifford Elgin and Mr. and Mrs. Luelleii Craven. Mr. ami Mrs. W. P. George, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse George, Mr. an, I Mis. A. T. Moffitt, Miss Arnetta Bartlctt, Miss Murguer- Miss Florence Elgin filled In the hours most crijoyuhly. Cafeteria supperB nro given frequent ly by tho Elgin, furnishing a k'ol and pleasant mode of entertainment. e Mrs. John K. Pollock entertained a few friends at dinner Monday evening complimentary tt' Mrs. Betsy Pollock, whose 72nd birtlidny Occurred on Unit date. Covers wero laid for twelve guests, the table being beautifully ornamented itli pink diililius. The spacious living room was a bower of fl iwers and uutnma leaves, hnrmun ir.ing perfectly with tho rich colorings of the room. Years hove touched lightly the honor guest, who thoroughly enjoyed the ,t School Parent Teacher,' A,.;,on !),, Bnd hia wif0) ' J'' Friday cveniiig a general vote, vi iti h . i)i,.':., ,,!. I t!v,,lti " complete surprise en to detenniiie the position ft " " ' " " n Oreuon ,0 iwT' Sh" WB" "' m'i,U""t 0t "'"" , n, ....i ,...u ,,,i. Bc" lulm 111 0,'tll,.rn 'regon. useful and beautiful l resents. Those find a pleasant gathering pluee during the winter evenings. A competent guardian will be appointed who will be usked to assist in selecting litera ture and reterenee books in connection Eugene, Instructor of voice nt the Uni versity of Oregon, nsslted by Miss furnished the other schools, which would not be possible under the budget provided for this year, the request could not be granted. Th.'s morning Mr. Elliott compiled a comparative Btutemeiit showing tho crow led conditions in nil of the schools of the city, which shows the school en rollment and the number of teuchers engaged as follows: Tho above heading suggests the nature of the Salem Center movement which has met with enthusiastic uud umiuulifid indorsement wherever ex plained. Several organizations have chosen delegates already nnd merely await further instructions. Requests have just been mailed to fraternal, re ligious, civic and other organizations asking them to identify themselves, and personal assurances from members of many of them indicate thnt the response will be general and favorable. The in vitation is to all. If a formal oue does not happen to reach your organization, don't wait for it. As soon as a representative number have selected their delegates the people will be made acquainted iu a more personal way with th part they are expected to take, e . Tlie Center movement is not to sug gest thnt Salem is or is not less pros perous than she has ever been. In every city movements of this kind aro mutually helpful. Let us make Sulem a better place for all good people to live in. Tho Best Food-Drink Lunch at Fountains j- r ET Ask For HORUCEPS ORIGINAL GENUINE A void Imitations Tako No Substituta Rich Milk, malted grain, in powder form. More healthful than tea or coffee. Forinfants, invalids and growing children. Purenutrition, upbuildin g the whole body. Invigorates nursing mothers and the aged. Agree with the weakest digestion. Keep it on your sideboard at home. A quick lunch Dreoored in i minute. i I , , ! If your organization is not identified: help to have it so. Select a live mem-1 ber to represent you nnd send his or heri n tun o and address. Do it now. I Address S. S. S. C, cave Capital' WEST AND BOOTH TO TALK. .Ion mill. RAISED THE PAYROLLS. South Bend, Wash., Oct. 20, Having entered a plea of guilty to a charge of Governor West w-as notified by long distance telephone last evening that R. A. Booth, Re publican nominci for United States Senator, had agreed to the governor's conditions for the debate to be held at tho armory in Portland, Friday evening, and that tho Oregoniau had agreed to publish both ad dresses in full in the Sunday edition. The details of tho ar rangements for the joint debate, wherein Mr. Booth has agreed to reply to any charges which tho governor might make against him, as to his timber dealings, hnB been left by the governor to hia campaign manager Bert llnney, of Portland. MILLINERY AHEAD OF MINERAL SPRINGS , ! ic Eight commercially developed miner 31c ; nl springs, 407 dressmaking establish- ments and 1.100 hotels in Oregon em jj, ployed nn aggregate of 11,2:15 persons) in various capacities and paid out in wages and salaries during tho fiscal X year, Juno M, 1014, a totul of $8,775, '025, according to reports received by T..l,nM vi,.f i, ..... i braced in the statistical duta upon the employment of labor in the state in his biennial report to tho next legialu J tnre. The totul value of the product of the mineral springs for the year was '11, 250, and of the dressmaking estnb- ' lishnients $S25,20O. Ten hours const!- tilted u dny'B work in tho dressmaking Pupils Tchrs. Enst Snlem School is II Euglcwood School 102 7 Garfield School .'117 8 Grunt School 2.VJ 7 Highland School 212 7 Lincoln School U47 0 P-irk School m 0 Hichmoiid School 220 7 High School (ITS Totnl 2(vil 02 shops, nnd of the totnl paid out iu ?( 1 wiiL'es 23 clerks received l:l.22,"i and kH'csiit!jesf)jse $ ! wugo earners if.'H7,l350. Employed in - tlie 1,'HiO hotels thus fur reporting there i petit larceny in raising tho payroll fori lrnnitllO HflTM were 4-147 mules and m!4 fcmules, and road construction work done for Pacific ufcKIllAIlJ AuAlPl ' average wage for tho former whs i county, H. B. Kekert, a Tacoma con- I Tn I iiiiti ...,.! tl3.50 per week and for the latter 11.50 j tractor, was fined 5U0 by Judge E. If. I Al I ALMflU ANI WrKr P" woe' "e'u,l,l,K board und lodging " in both enses. Of the totnl amount of iwngcB pnid by the hotel, 8,440,500 London, Oct. 20. Supported bv both ! (,uri"? ,M" J'0111-' V7,:I12 was paid to German und Austrian uuto artillerv. I f,'mlll employes and (1,24,1,188 to T'lerc were 2TI5 pnpi ALASKAN BILL SIGNED. Washington, Oct. 20. President Wil son signed the Alaska coal land leasing bill todnv. At the request of Secretary of the Interior Lane and several west- useful and beautiful 1 resents. Those enjoying the occasion with her were Mr. and Mrs. George Schuefer, Mr. and Mrs. (i, W. liobson, Mr, und Mrs. Victor E. Hcno, Mr. nnd Airs. John H. Pollock, Louise Schaefer, Dorothy liobson, Kmi nctli Hcno and Helen Pollock, t Tho reception to the freshman class of the high school by the student body Saturday evening wus one of the "'irsi large social events of (he school year. An uutu'iin pageant wtis a pretty feu (lire of the evening, lrn Mercer and Miss Mildred Reed, president and vice president of the freshmun class, were crowned king and queen, attended by 1 principal tukes a part of the pupils and ! Minis relieves, in a measure, the con-: ( I gested condition. Tho nverngo in tho strong forces of the kuiser's infantry mules. i ingiiinmi senooi is not quite .i. pupils i were miviiucing ngiun this afternoon I to the toucher uud the conditions are : along the main highways from Lille nnd I not so bad as in other schools of tile ; Menin toward Dunkirk, according to I i city. messages received this evening, from last year with Superintendent Elliott thinks thnt '. Bordeaux and Paris. tno same number of teachers, with tho Irom .12 to Ho la about all that any Mllitnrv ovn.irtu r ,.e tli, ..i;n OKception or one aiiiiitionui tciiciier no-1 tenciier could lie exnccteii to tnhe cure, thnt. the (Icrmnii i.li.im u-nm si, ni,i, ti. i.;ii . i,,r:.i vided for the Hichmoiid school for this, of in any school, but thero is no means I to miike Dunkirk's euituro essential to through congress beenuso of tho restrie year. The greatest eongestion exists m nt hnnd to relieve tlie situation so latej,,0 success of their campaign. tions put on tho output of coal from the Lincoln and Garfield schools, where in the season and the schools will be The experts did not think they would Canada to Alaska since the outbreak the grades eouluin from 41 to 51 pupils j obliged to worry through the best they take l.c citv, however. Tlie allies were of the Europeun war. to ouch teacher, or an average of 38 j can. Tlie high school is not affected ! reported to 'lie making a terrific resist-i m i pupils for the nine teachers In tho Lin-, in the snme manner as the other schools j Bn,;n,, mj tho arrangements they wero .Tuck Trncv, an employe of the Sulem coin school, while in the Garfield school for tho work is so divided among tho' known to have completed wero said to Iron Works,' returned lust night from Grades 1, 0, 7 and 8 contain from 42 to instructors thnt tho congested condi.jbe such thnt good authorities, believed a trip tn Lebanon, where ho was sent 44 pupils, or nn average of 110 pupils to tions me not so apparent und trying as ' the port 's full was a practical impos-1 to repair seme machinery for the Leb the toucher. In the Lincoln school tlioiin the grado schools. , sibility, anon Lumber coivpany. Forbes of tho violin department, writes I ll"'ir fourt- 'V""""1, Wal? ;,"''k,,", ,W thnt they are working in behalf of Sn- ",BKU n,'""t ;,,fV,vl,;i '"'"'i1'" "r in, ' ,.i,.o.i ti,i. O..U. ..,.i a. I nninenliiig the hulls, the class colors or with school studios and also be, able t u , w i 1 1 ( ho visited by grand opera thlsl"''' "''' Purll'! heing used iu the, secure instructive und bcneliciul season It is uiiilei-stood thnt the college !,,m,"u"ill,m times and conduct the sessions in such .. .vjii ,,(Pi,. w.iln,,, '. ,n The address of welcome wns made manner that they will tend to charae- v,,fv liberally. Tho management lsi1'-v J,'",'l1'rl'k Docknhneli, president of ter development. Mrs, Walsh was r-1 ,iiv receiving requests for tickets i ,1m! student body, and folk dunces were onestcd to act ns 1 representative for f,', n ,... .i, .,,, .,., ,... i given by the following girls! llirdeen i' ... ...I. I.. l. i , ' .V ' . '"' .. n..i w i 11,. v Movers, Helen Wood, Gussie Nilcs, Or- villa Conn, Itiith Kuntlebcrg, Leuore I Coon, Esther Mntig nnd Evelyn Dcl.nng, rhino solos were given hy Helen Holt her association to InKo part in tho so- j iB(f from 011tHi,e, Miss Magers being c.iai son no num iiiui. m uviun nvnu rceenliv In receipt of a check from In Sulem. i Seattle'. Tin next meeting at tho school build-1 Next week will bo tho last In which lug will be next Mondav, when Sulem ' tickets can be secured ami It is thought I iin nnu iiarry .mink, .hiss ma women will bo invited 'to attend the: likely that all will be disposed of in ""T! ?f fll,"l.vi Knv reading, discussion of the bullet measures and that lime. I '''H ' ulsr. assist ng n rhiit'tnr nmciiilitieiit. lo be voted on nt I the progrtun. D.incing the irginiu tho coining election. Mr. uml Mrs. Harry Elgin entertuined ' r,,,,J- Bl,u "" ""il hour fol- Hecelving the guests were Miss Mury belle Ilelnhiirt, Miss Olgu Gray, .Mist Hnrbnrn Kleiner, Miss Kula Kuylor, Miss Giaco Townsenil, Miss Cnriilyn llictr Hint Ifiiicit ut tint liiincll IiiiwIh III the lower hull Hero Miss lln Spinildlug, .Miss Helen Hiigcn, Miss llernice Craig, I Mis Gertrude East. Ices were dispells led iu the upper hulls by Miss Grace ' Holt, Miss Edna lloivd, Miss Minimis j Kleiner, 11")' Keene, Charles Lowe, Hen i McClclliin nud Tillman l errlr.o. Daddy's Bedtime Story- The Wilch And the Cedar Chest. I Out Stappsd Funny Old Woman. AM going (n tell you tonight,'! anlil dnddy, "a story nbout n llltlo girl liiiiueil Gretelieii. She lived way off In Germany. Sbo wuti very pretty, Willi yellow hull' und big bloc eyes. Hlio was qullu fill, too, und hud n very Jolly liulilio und laughed n gloat deal. "Gieli'lien's mother nnd dnddy bud bnlli died when slut was very young, mi Ciielelieii lived with her giniidiiiullier nnd griitnlduddy. fliu wns very lutppy nnd had lots of II 1 1 Iu friends to pluy with nil the lime, In the evenings Lielnie Hlio went tu bed her gniuddiiildy always told her lovely fulry stories, nud when hIio went to bed she'd Orcum hIio whs with the failles, playing games with till-Ill nud diini liig about ns fairies do. "Ill tlie ullle of her home were n great runny slruugo und quaint old things, but the thing which seeuusl to hold more mystery tlinn anything else was mi old cednr (best covered with horsehair. (Iietclien never (hired look In the Sliest fol' some reason she couldn't uiidei'sliiinl beiself, though she often Won. dered what I in lly was Inside. "One night lifter her gninibliidily bud been telling bet' one of his wiinil fill stories nnd her grandmother liml tucked her In ber suit white bed (Ireli lien still felt verv wide nvtuku, Hut hefurii lung she fell nsleep, nnd n sti'nligo nuole icinnlv tlmt p,. rlulit, nt the niuse ,1, ,,. i i.r and will iniilic nn nhstiniile roiiuh vmiisli tlu-uin c nine " 'r , , , , nune qiiin.ly Hum yu ever thought po,- "Hlio dri-iimisl she wns up In the little looking nt everything Iu turn, but ,,1,1,,, Inorn tlinn niiylldng else she wns gnv.lug at llie old cedni' i best nud wondering what could be within It. And ns hIio wns looking tho lid opened, mill out stopped n funny old woman wllh n wrinkled fine. Hhe wore n blin k hIiiiwI over ber aliiiiilders nnd n grout big pointed blin k lint on her lieml. "tlri'teheii was sure she wus u witch. Soon she spoke In n very soft, clour voice, not nt nil grollly, ns (lrct hen Imnglncd she would speak. "'Little (li'eblion, I have known yon wero iilivuys very ruiloiis to leiirn what wss Iu the cedar chest. I live In It nnd have for yours nnd years, fur I nn verv, very old, ns you can see. Hut my voice dues not sound old botnoo 1 oe:o.omomw.eos:ooio Don't Merely "Stop" a Cough Slup Ik Tklna (bt rsnses) l Dd (he rouKh will Slop Ilsrll I A eoitgli Is renllv nnn of nnr best Iricnds. It warns us thnt. there Is In lliiiiinmlien or olit ruction In a duiiKcr oils place, 'I licrefore. when vim get n, linil coiiuli limit proci'i'd Ui dose yourself I Willi s lot of driius tlmt nieielv "stop" ;tlie coiiidi teinpoiurllv Jiv deiMlenlng (lin inioni nerves, iieiit uie cause leal the Inlliiuicil iiii'inlii sues, Irt'ie Is a home. Put. 2'4 ounce, nf Plncr (HO cetils wiirlhl In n pint Isdtle ami till (lie holtle with phiin vriniiilnlcd sugar s nip, 'Ihis gives nu n full pint of tlie moat pjcnsiint und euisdive iwuiiih irnii-dv you ovi-rn-cd, at cost of nnlv fit cents, No bother to pri'inire, Full tine, lions with I'liux. tt lienl the InHniucil iiicmbrnncp so i-enllv mid promptly llint yn woielnr liow It ihs's II, Also no4ns a drv. Iionrso or tight rough nnd stops the foriualinn of I nm very bnppv, and so It dues not get the chains, to grow old. When you're !',",'""' " H'e ttironi unit iironchml to ,cs, . . . . i I lull lillilliltf tho IMrnlsi It'lif Irwisui s-viiiirli inesgive. 1.HIMHM - ..;.,..:"". nslwn I come out of my chest nnd go to the parties thn fnlrle rvo come to ten you you must never no iiunni m me mi winr viici. mn jh must never look Insldo It. If you did my voire would clinnge Into the rob of nn old woman, too, mid that would make tu very sad.' "Bo Greti ben promised, mid the tint dny when she looked nt the chest It did not frighten her, lint she kept her promise nud did not try tu open the tom for b knew Unit would spoil the witch's grenlcst hoppliiess-lier voice, which wss not old like ber wrinkled face." PlllPt Is s litlllllv poneentrntiit com pmiTid of Xnrwnv pine evlruct, rich in goalscol. end Is finimns the world over for its lienllng effect on the ni'-nilirsnes, To avoid disappointment, nlc Your rlruogl.t for "tu cninees of Plnex." snd don't sccept snvtlilnit ele, A gunrsnlee of slmrdute satisfaction, fr money tnouint Iv refunilrd, goc with this prriiarnllon. The I'lncx Co., I t, Wavnc, Ind. Salem's Leading Music Instructors DanF.Langenberg "f'T Co"!rato, Western O O Just returned from Chicago, where she received daily lessons from n oon rt a VTmAXTTri B m,ln,"'r 0 '"mous teachers, including Charles W. Clark, of Paris, rnnc.f-rvn tniV ftf MlICi BASSO CANTANTE mo of tho world's greatest instructors j and her former teacher, Her- VOnSerVaiOry OI MUSIC bert Miller, exponent of tono production, and also Herman DeVries, .,,. ,,,,,,,. , , , who was for ninny years head of tho Vocal Department of the Chicugo rlln. E, C1IUKC1IILL, Diaphragmatic breathing Muslcul College, and is now engnged In coaching- teuchers und pro- Representative, Sulem bruiuib, fessionnls only. ana During her stay In tho Enst, Miss Mngers hud the rnro prlvllego Complete course in pluno and neeom- TinQll rpqnnnnPd ' l",rln many lessons given by these eminent instructors. (miiying theoretical brunches, Diplomas naSiU 1 eSOname. ?.... i- xri m v.i . v.. . grunted upon cnmpletion of course. Her Classes tn Voice will begin Monday, October 8. ', j.2 'u ,,,,lK o-i- m ttttdti A nn m nr Phono 1206 Mornings Only. itesidence phone II00, I'uplls enrolled 31o-16 HUBBARD BLDG. Corner Commercial and Chemeketa nt Miss WESELL Miss Margaret Fisher FIRSTCLASSPIANOS Beatrice Shelton TEACHER OF TIANO At prices which you cannot go wrong on Teacher of Piano Beginners a specialty hcy comP''isu eminent makes that have a rep- STUDIO 730 N. CHURCH S&S?' ' W "" Slre?' Thone 2011-M. T K f n If -Phone 12!)!) . We Are a Une-rnce House m I nil 11 TERMS IF DESIRED D iL I 1 n L ! Ralph Harr Wh,n you decide what you want, we will take Berlha Ju"k M i Progressive Teacher of your old PIANO or ORGAN in part payment. Teacher of Piano riano sO,r 0 l7:il 07!) Cottage Street Music Taught as Written. VjCO W 111 Phone 1950-W Transcription and Composi- Telephone ir,) .J::2 State Street Oowdsky Progressive Scries tion a Specialty. ,lst,(j jf tK.sirccl, embracing l:JC7 North Twelfth Street, '--''m tlc ri,gllar Conservatory . rh""e197- William Wallace Graham TEACIIEIl OF VIOLIN With a Fine Line of rupll of Royal IIihrh St.ho()li Ik,rlin( Gtl.many h. D. High Grade rianOS under Joachim, Marteau, Halir and Markes. c . i,n,,d, new -,ock ronii,,,,, i find 'ttcrs ,f '"sfw commendation from them. b I . HELEN mvsoif Khort of mom nmi nm niuuin Nine and one-half years Luropean experience. ::;rhn!;d';:,,,!:!or;.!.nre,:,rl; ";::: A specialty made of beginners. Vmm and Owm Tunod and tlielMireins: (ine I.udlK, nrmnt hew, StUdioOn SatlU'llayS of CiaC'h Wt'l'k at Hott'l R('plrp(l. NNJedham'ood n'l Tfi,' Marion. For appointment, phone Hotel or in- Itoa. Miona 1005. onn It. H, llnwnrd, in I-"! eoudllli'ii. Ouil'G of MisS M.'WV il'hlllt'7 Ac.tii;fnnt lllifl , .. ir,n. w. m. (hemuKiun, o.Min T J 'Jom'S'' jj AS'Mbtant' 110u RcHldt'.K'e 236 Court Strct-t, street, Halcm, Oregon. CtniCl fitleet. 1 11O110 2.).J-M. Snlim, rogon