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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON. SATl llOAY. MAY 12. 1917.
TWO. TT 444. ) J Br JLLXK1 THOHTSOIf SOCIETY women as well as many others, have giveu u muck of thoir time in the last few weeks to the whirlwind campaign now being made to get memberships in the Red Cross, and at the headquarters there has been a steady stream of women bringing iu their dollars for the Rood if the great humanitarian organization. Mrs. K. K. Fwher ia chairman of the woman's membership committee of the present campaign, and has been sur rounded with women as assidioua in the nursuit of their work as herself. Kven with the overwhelming rush of patriotic movements, there has been time for a tew social activities, upon which we all depend to make life bear able. All work and no play has always been considered a bad system, and worse in periods of stress than at oth er times, so there still is excellent rea son why one must forget duty and rest the mind with play. 99m Mr. and Mrs. William II Dancy had about 30 of the married contingent at their home Monday night for an infor mal "500" party. Seven tables were arranged for the games, the players being members of the Nemo club, who have been enjoying their usual round of parties again this season and will gather for the closing of the series at the next meeting. The card honors fell to Mrs. Kdwin L. Haker ami Dr. L. F. Griffith. The rooms were attractive with yel low doronicums and forget-me-nots. Assisting Mrs. Panev were Mrs. James A. Wilson, Mrs. K. E. Lee Stein er and Mis. L. F. Griffith. A charming affair of the early week -was the pretty bridge luncheon for wihieh, Mrs. Lawrence T. Harris was hostess Monday. An artistic basket of lovely rose pink sweet peas and laccy ferns decked the -table around which covers were placed for sixteen. After luncheon the guests circled four tables of bridge. Mrs John H. Albert was awarded the high score honors. The guests who were for the most jrt members of the hostess' club, in cluded Mrs. Richard B. Goodin, Mrs. George Leww, Mrs. F. G. Bowersox, Mrs. Ralph Glover, Mrs. J. L. Clarke, Mrs. George Wood, Mrs. Edward Gil lingham, Mrs. George Watson, Mrs. Ar thur Moore, Mrs- George E. Schaefer and Miss Calista Moore. Other guests were Mrs. John H. Al bert, Mrs. John D. Sutherland, Mrs. Douglas C. Minto, Mrs. Kate Kennell of Portland and Mrs. Elizabeth Jewett of Springfield. It is with much regret that Salem friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Howard have learned this week of their intend ed departure for their old home in .the south. They will leave Salem sometime the first of June, going to Holly Springs, Miss., for a visit, and later to Virginia Beach, where they will pass the sum mer. They will be .ioined at the latter ' place bv their daughters, Mrs. Tuck er (Carey Howard) and Miss Mary Creed Howard, who have been in the south for some time. This winter the Howards expect to make their home in Columbus, Miss. Although , the Howards only came to Salem from the south a few years ago, they have made many friends here and -will be greatlv missed. " Society is welcoming Mrs. William C. Knizbton back in its midst. Mrs. x : ( Vs - : ' " MISS GENEVIEVE BAKBOCR. AX A F.TISTIO AN I) Cl.EVEK LITTLE DANCER. WHO GAVE TWO CHARMING SOLOS AT THE INFORMAL AFTERNOON FOR WHICH MRS. 1.0 RE NO WlsK WAS HOSTESS THURSDAY. Rosamond Gilbert, Esther Vend, Vesta Mulligan, Vera Wise, Violet Maclean, Velma Baker, Carrie Cooksev, Irma Kotst'ord. Mil. lied Garrett, Ruth Hodge, Averill Harris, Lucile Emmons, Kather- ine McClelland. Emma Minton, Lois Ashhy, Esther Taylor. Margaret Fuller, Lena Cherrington, Lila Doughty, Caro lyn Sterling, Olive Kosche, Eugenia Mc- Inturff, Addie Tobie. Flora House), Kuth Spoor and Beatrice Newport, and -Mrs. lila 11. Garrett and .Mis. Florence I'ngo Steeves. Mrs. William 1'. Lord and her daugh ter. Miss Elizabeth Lord, who have been passing the winter in Manila, arc now in Baynis, the popular and select resort on the island. Mrs. Lord and Miss Lord plan to spend Juno in Japan, returning home imetiine in tue late summer. Their ivnignton. wuo wun iur. ivniBniou. si apple blossoms adorned the rooms, and ocen maKing uer nome in i-oruana iorithe t(,a yM(x was a1 (lon(l in a m, the past year arrived Jnday and is the !yellow ani, whUo pijlol. (.ilftme with l3uest of her mother, Mrs. E. E. Waters. ; vpIw (laisieg allll yt,llovv (.amlles. Much to the delight of her many old , Miss rarrie ,.ooUspv ail(1 Misg Kath. friends, Mrs. Knighton will visit m rino Uc( 'Iclland presided over the tu Salem foi sometime remaining here ble an,, wore assisteil ,,v Miss yStlM during Mr. Knighton's absence in the Gan.ett Jliss Aetna Knn;ltll Miss Lois east Although as yet their plans arejAshbv ud Miss violet Mni.'lean indefinite, the Kmghtons are planning. xho g,,est!) were Miwg Blanche Ba to make their home m the cast. ker ir,lble t;arrctt Freila Campbell, "WE CAN SUIT YOU WITH AfSUIT" ESTES & ZUEHLKE 1ZS feouth Liberty St. Phone 498 : : Our price is not always the least, but our goods are a i 11 -r. . Always me lies!. j The announcement of Miss Esther V. Funnel's engagement to Alpheus J. Gillette of Woodburn, has just been anuouneed, a tea being given Tuesday by the bride-elect's sister, Mrs. Fre erick H. Thompson. iiiss hmmel who is r.n attractive girl, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ('. C. Emmel of "Maplevicw," Scholls. Oregom She is a student at the Wii lamette Fniversity and is a great fav orite in college circles. The engagement is the result of a romance that had its beginning at Wil lamette, both Miss Kmmel and her fi ance being members of the senior' class. Miss Funnel is an active worker in the Adelante literary society, as weli as iu many other university organiza tions, with which she is affiliated. Mr. Gillette is president of the sen- i.o .,.i t. ; i -""cmi 'ui ' maj, dim IH- lull llS illilS UlltII ! 1. . -n i , an interest in all college activities. He 7V T"' r- 1 is a membcr of the Glee club and Web- t,lu, .ul,on "ar, " sterian literarv society, and formerly -i, . , u .', , . , was editor of the Wallulah. " VlV S,mlh:,r- wa 'l0,' The wedding will prolmblv be an ! I " IS,,-V Un " "miHl bndBe event of the summeralthough a deti-i 1 !' ' her attests ben,, the men, nite date has not as vet been set. j'", 0t " s!"a11 c,"b- , . At ti. te., Tne-;,iV K- ti, The attair was very charming, and fvipn.l, ,,f Afi Vn,,;,i .i,,i ,.; was the last "f s,,r,s of luncheons share in the excitement of the first an- I1"1? 'eor0"1' of matr"s llaVU becn , ,1 .i.... x. . eu.ioving all season. iiuh iiuriiii-iu. luiyi t i us i c i s ui irHiira i mi .. ,, . " I 1 IIP artiwtlen lv- !i Tiiwimtii!! tol.l., -o (tecneil with an arrangement of laven dar and pale yellow Iris and pansies in a huge crystal bowl. After luncheon the guests made up uiree Tames ot Onilge. Mrs. Ben W. oleott and the hostess mother, Mrs. M. A. Goff, were the only guesis- The others were: Mrs. Henry W Meyers, Mrs. John J. Roberts, Mrs i hauncey Bishop, Mrs. Thomas A. Livesley, Mrs. Harry E. ( lav, Mrs. I hnrles L. MeNnrv. Mrs. T? "'"' 1 HOISC. Mrs. KO ill K. t'mrn nml At10 John 11. McNarv. ' Miss Rita Steiner, who has been vis iting in New York for the pnst few weens, is now in Hlnlrton, Ohio, en route homo. She will leave there iu a day or so, arriving in Salem the latter part of next weck- iit Jus. C'ur is V: Cross gave a chil dren 's party Wednesday afternoon, in honor of the fifth birthday anniversary of her littlo son, Edwin. Nine happy little playmates were as- isembled for the frolic, and late in the afternoon the party closed with delight ful refreshments. The table was all done in a pretty blue and pink color scheme, with forget me nots and blue birds forming the dec orations. In the center of the table them was t ,a huge sawdust pie, in which were J j hidden all sorts of toys. Each toy was tied to a pink ribbon, extending to the I places, and as the kiddies pulled their J I ribbons they captured one of these lit- tie "ifts- j Some of the mothers dropped in to assist Mrs. Cross. They were Mrs. Rob ert Mcivinnie llofer, Mrs. Chauncev Bishop and Mrs. David W. Eyre. Other's who also assisted were: Mrs. Frank W. Durbin, Mrs. E. Cross and Miss Veda Crosj. The little guests were Robert Hofer, David Binney Putnam, Asahel Bush, Jr., Robert Bishop, "Tommy" Lives ley, Jr., Chandler Brown, Frank Cross David Eyre, Jr., Jack Harbison and Stanley Doughty. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lafbir were hosts a few nights ago for a farewell dinner, in honor of Robin Dnv, who is a member of the officers reserve corps now in camp at the I'rcsidio in San 1-rancisco. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Brophy Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McGil ehnst, Mr. and jlrs. Arthur T.' T ofi- J. W. Smith and S. L. Jones." Why are Tailor-made Clothes Better? BECAUSE: They embody both the ideas of THE CUSTOMER and THE TAILOR'S EXPERIENCE Also The workmanship is al ways better and the trimmings more carefully selected. But th biggest difference is: Ready to wear clothes are made for the general public A tailor made Suit is made for YOU. And when you buy a tailor made suit in Salem t you are patronizing Home Industry. A Bunilter of promincct n.utions gath ercd at the C. P. bishep residence on Thursdnjr to b piei-tn at the delight ful af;ernxn for which -Mrs. Bishop ami Mrs. FYed S. bt. wart were hor Society is ever un the qui vivo fur mmifthing quite new and original; the fad just now in the hand knit sweater. Instead of ildcing every g'fl or tkpniau who has time on her hands, and who p residence w- .iecked with n!ur ,"rrvl"f rm"1" ,".'.'" of fragrant spnr.g flowers, effect I !,,rB,M,,n l,iU" h"ur "ml ,vtnr, combined with huv-e clusters ofin,,K" h":h hv ood. Mr. Chauuc.v B.shop asuist- j "'!lw h"'h "ho ! hv... h. ti,. ..,..,. i th Th..r. !h" l ' delightfully femi lav dub. h""' work "w'l tuaket a hobbr The r,den.. ,i..,-l,..d with an ur arrying arouu.i wun ner, lor af array ivelv llll?W-Witl. Vfl-tt f'kanti.'. v- kishul' tk.. k... i lU'ten thrv are mado like middv The club jruests wcie Mrs. W. A. u-. 'l,. or "s hp ons ' a. they call si. k, Mrs- A. N. Bush, Mrs. John I). !"'"'. ' ihop-nd at the shops Sutherlnnd. Mrs. John II. Albert. Mm.,11"; "a'1'1 k,,lt '' K. S. Wallace, Mr. K It. Plenum:. Mrs. ,n R,rl wuo r" hn,t hv (Tiarles K. Siianldini.'. Mrs. H. C. Miles. i ,""t ",,,,n ' o "tore j.rice- of Mrs. Alice 11. Dtnld. Mrs. John 11. Sent t I V1"- """over, it will f,t her. and Others besides the club members were! '"'V, he graceful little detHils of in Mrs. William 11 Boot lr. A. X. (iil I dividuality that dilferentiate the fas bert, Mrs. James ithveombe. Mrs. woman from the on who ,pist lohn Griffith, Mrs. George II. Alden, i ""I'". ",t0. ,l,,r elothes, and buys nulls Mrs. Litwrenco T. Harris. lr. tieorge M. Brown, Miss Boot and Mrs. Allen. Mrs Robert K. Downing entertained on Wednesday afternoon with a de lightful bridge, ier guests being mem bers (if the Happy Hour club. iiiicsls were aked to make up four tables of the gtimc, the card honors tailing to Mrs. John tiritfith and Mrs. hn-bard B. Goodin. The rooms wera .harming with fra grant white lilacs, and the hostess was assisted by Mrs. Thomas B. Kay. Mrs. Aa L Eoff and Miss Hazel Downing. flaying wjth the club euests were Mrs. William H. IhUKv. Mrs. Douglas C. Minto, Mrs. Ariuin Steiner and Mrs. Walter Spaulding. The matrons mnkinn mi the club are: Mrs- Thomas B. Kav, Mrs. John II. Al bert. Mrs. John D. Sutherland. Mrs. R. B. Goodin, Mrs. A. 1. Eoff. Mrs. harles K. Spaulding, Mrs. John Grif fith, Mrs. Lenta Wcstacott. Mrs. Hen ry .1. Mean. Mrs. Frank M. Brown. Mrs. David W. Eyre. Mrs. Lawrence T. Har ris, Airs. John II. Scott. Mrs. Charles H. Robertson, Mrs. .1. N. Smith, Mrs. Louis Lnckmund, Mrs. Edward Tillin- ghast and Mrs. Joseph H. Albert. The Misses Teresa and Catherine Fowle yesterday entertained with a de lightful "30O' party in honor of the birthday anniversary of their mother, .urs. vv. r. r owlo. The affair was a complete surprise and the guest included a few of Mrs. rowle s obi friends. At cards the high score honors fell to Mrs. Keed. An artistic array of fragrant white carnations adorned the rooms, and the hostesses were assisted by Miss Bar bara Steiner and Miss Lola Johnson. Those enjoying the afternoon were Mrs. Walter Smith, Mrs. Frank Sha rer, Mrs. George. ., G. Brown, Mrs. ( hales H. Robertson, Mrs. David Rice, Mrs. Milton L. Meyers, Mrs. D. W. Mathews, Mrs. Ida" Babeock, Mrs- t-rank Jaskuski, Mrs. Thomas B. Kay, -urs. i.ia -Mies, .Mrs. dames Murray and Miss Hobbs. William Brown, who has been so journing in southern California for the past five months, arrived home todnv. During his stay in the south Mr. Brown spent the greater part of his time in Redlands and Paso Kobles. Following the Cherrian dance Tues day, night .Mr. and Mrs. William T. GTier ( ntei tniiied a small group of friends with an informal supper. Their guests numbered ti. Mrs. Lureua Wise entertained infor mally Thursdav afternoon at the Judge George II. Burnett residence on High street. The afternoon was devoted to ","O0" and the caul honors were awarded to Mrs. Jerry King and Mrs. Sarah Far mer. After the card games little Miss Genevieve Harbour favored the guests with an artistic Spanish dance and highland Fling, both of which she gave in eostmne. she was accompanied at the piano by .Miss Mildred Brmilt. Assisting in the serving were Mrs. George JI. Burnett, Mrs. E- M. La Fore, and .Miss Francis Wise. The guests en joying Mrs. Wise 's hos pitality were: .uesdames B. A. Shav er, Geo. Dunsford, C. E. Barbour, W. V. Johnson, Read, Walter Smith, David "right. Paul llauser, O. A. Olson, M. C. Bettys, W. II. Brunk, J. E. Godfrey, l. A. Kingsley, U K. Page, C. G. Hen derson, M. L. Meyers, Geo. Brown, L. Lamb, Sarah Farmer, Ida I,. Niles, Aus tin, I. O. Curtiss, James Chinnock, Ida M. Babeock. J. A. Bernardi, Jerrv Kin G. W Coolidge, E. M. La Fore, Miss Moneler, Km nm Godfrew, Francis Wise, Mildred Brunk and Mrs. Snyder of Minneapolis, .Minnesota. Honoring Mrs. D. I. Howard who is leaving Salem soon to make her home in the south, Mrs. Homer Gouley en tertained today with a matinee party at tin? Liberty theatre, followed by a deliiihtful lunch at the Spa. With the honor guest and the hosless the party included Mrs. David W. Eyre. Mrs. ado,, j. Kiggs, Mrs. William' Belle and Miss Ilelene Sehobcr of Se nile. " Mrs.II. G. Campbell 0f West Lake, who has been the house guest of her daughter, M1S. w. Melvin riiinpton, tor a few days, left the middle of the week for a visit in Portland. Betore rehirnino- Um Aro pnn,n. ;';ell will again make a short visit in j Salem. I I -Miss Florence Miller entertained a ; small group of girl friends Wednesday , evening with an informal dinner at her .home on Fairmonnt Hill, in honor of Miss Cecile Bohannon, of Seattle, who is visiting lK.r parents, Mr. and Mrs. )': lioliannon. Circling the table with the honor j guest were Miss Lenore Staler, Miss ioe Olmslea.i, .IiHg r,lth Bohannon, , Miss Sehwabow j .' ' I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Elliott have vis itMig them, Mr. Elliott's sister, Mrs. I w . s. l arkcr, and Wall daughter, Ruth I Tk Gra"(k, Oregon. , Ihey came Wednesday and will be 'here until the first of the week. riminntely. Sweaters are going to be a popular and smart part of ever summer ward robe this season, and, iu spite of the alluring printed silks and ultra-sporty colors, the white skirt is going to con tinue to hold its own. Oi course there will be others in the wardrobe, but white, skirts, of flannel, silk and wush material are going; to be the smart thing with I ho gay col ored sweater. v Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Moores left Thnrs day for Nye Bench. They have gone to the shore for the summer and are oc cupying their cottage. M Ir. and Mrs. Moores have been sum mering at Xyo Beach for many years, and will as usual entertain guests dur ing the season. Mr. Moores' sisters, the Misses Ber tha and Carrie Moores, of Portland are planning to go to the beach early in the season and will be with the Moores the greater purt of the summer. A dozen friends enjoved the hospi tality of Mrs. M. C. Petty at an in formal afternoon Thursday, at her home on tho Wallace road. The afternoon was passed with ninv: ing and later the hostess served dain ty refreshments assisted by Mrs. A. H. Bun n. . Fragrant apple blossoms adorned the roonig and the refreshment table was adorned with pttusics. Mrs. Bettys guests were tho members of the Sweet Briar club and included Mrs. E. (). Moll, Mrs. W. C. Franklin, Miss Helen Taylor, Mrs. S. P. Kimball, .Mrs. D. K. Adams, Miss Belle Miller, Mrs. At Steiner, Mrs. A. II. Bonn, Mrs. Charles Chaffee, Mrs- F. J. Derby, Mrs. Clydo W. Beckett and Mrs. J. C. Fer guson. 4 -urs. Blanche Howard of I0SJ Oak street, first assistant librarian at the Salem public library, has returned from an extended visit to Portland, where she was entertained by old friends. She was the guest of Mrs. J. L, Harper of Last Aiikeny street. Mrs. Lawrence T. Harris left today for n week end visit in Eugene. While there Mrs. Harris will make final arrangements with Miss Lulu Geil for Ked Cross classes. A delightful little afternoon was giv en today by Mrs. Merlin Harding who entertained in honor of her house guest and sister-in-law, Mrs. Clarence Van Slyke f Chelan, Washington. It was an informal affair, only a dozen iiitimato friends of the visitor being asked. The rooms were aglow with fragrant spring flowers, forget-me-nots being used in the living room, and narcissus and apple blossoms in the dining room. Pink tulips and maiden hair ferns adorned the luncheon table. , Mrs. Einina Davis who has been pass ing the winter with relatives in Abi lene, Kansas, arrived in Salem today and is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Grant It. Boimell. Mrs. Davis will visit in Salem in definitely. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Savage left last wVck for Wejcerhatisor, Wisconsin, where they will pass several weeks, Mr. Savage having gone one business. Mrs. William McGilchrist, Jr., nnd small children, William and Josephine, are at the Savage ranche and will re main there during the absence of her parents. One of tho merriest affairs among the younger folk this- week was tho in formal party for which Miss Vernita liobinson was hostess Thursday night when she entertained about 40 of her schoolmates at the homo of her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Sam T. lingers. Tho rooms were aglow with a profu sion of vivid lined flowers. The even ing was passed with games and music, and at a late hour refreshments wound up the gayeties. Mrs. Clifford Fanner returned yes terday from Portland, where she has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. G. Haack. Mrs. Farmer has been in Portland sine last Sunday, having gone home with Mr. and Mrs. Haack Who motored to Salem for the week end. A concert which will attract the at tention of Salom music lovers, will be given Thursday night at tho First M. E. church bv the Salem-Willamette fes tival chorus. This will be tho first appearance ot this chorus, which was only organized this season, and is composed of talent ed singers of tho city, and from the university. The numbers to bo sung are given for the first time lin Salem, nnd are said to bo of high order of merit.. While they are written along modern iines of the best musical expression, they nre still so tuneful and delightful that those who aro not educated to listen to higher class music will enjoy these works thoroughly. There is a story connected with each composition, which always adds to tho interest of tho work. Every one is fa- scntcd; Material, 'trc 'S N0I.ETTEK yAlm 't.U, SILK DRESSES PORCH DRESSES WOOL DRESSES SPOUT DRESSES DRESSES i DRESSES Visit This Store-Compare QTTJ ; U. G. Shipley Ci ;: Quality Merchandise PonutopJ miliar with the words of Hiawatha's j t t , Wedding Feast by Longfellow, and the I & 8. Kail buaMi' music is said to be a fine expression of : group of matrons to In t,o the story as told iu Ihis nocin. of tho : "iifoitiial afternoua of ruk' c 'day. At St. Jwi'pb'i kail ir The Xlissinii Circle o( tit : church vn entertained afi tcrnoou at tlit hone of fe un.Oottaip street. About thirty mcmbcis asss' ; the afternoon "kick P' passi'il with a short fm chatter. Later icfri'Aiiew ir ...i The hostesses otkMp.U Mrs. A. b. Vl'ilhrt, Sirs in .Mins Dora Walker. . t i Tuesday evening. ' li c liapcl Waller hall, Dr. hf ' ; Chare of the WiltaetK H- : school of nnuie till pw'l ile Kiiimoni in finw "J", al, .lis Jiimnoni n tk ah ' wooing and wedding of the young Hia watha. ! The Fair Helen is the dramatic story! ..p i i i .1.'.. ui lili- n riiv Ul I, lit ni l , u nil I uiv u V i i . v i t Scottish regiment which saved the gar-, r i rison by appearing just us the little i"11"! "ix o iloek (or fc j garrison by appearing just as the little; Willamette t-Iiupter of tk U j garrison was preparing to die rather j Mrs. ltichard Cartwriphi r? than allow the women and children to ! on the Ret) Cnws work at 4 i',i " fall into the hands of the Indian inn-: all ho arc intcnuteJ m,. ' tineers. The story is cxtreiiiely dramatic-vttcd. and is wedded to music as dramatic, The accompanists are iu the capable i hands of Mrs. W. II. llurghanlt, .Ir., pianist, and Miss lluckciisiiiith, at tin1 organ. Messages of svniptuhy and lovely flowers an1 cheeriim Mrs. Walter A. Denton who is convalescing l'roiu several weeks illness. Mrs. tlenriro V.. Waters ,'ishcil a smiill group of matrons to her home for (ia J informal ntteruoon on 'l tiur.nin . The early nail of the at'tei nunii was devoted to sewing and chatter, the host ess later serving refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Livesley and small son, Tommy Livesley, motor ed to Portland yesterday, reluming to- .ll.V- Tlmv were iiccnmmuiicd hv Mr. and Mrs. .iohn .1. Huberts. . ..i t -m:.,., P..II, (trccn sieverui nays ago ii i11"" - .vj(j vcu- t,,,i,. f.,r ..a iiifornial liineheon (iiiilly lUMW"' complimentary to the Misses Mane ami Lillian Sneed of Halsey, Oregon. An artistic array of pink sweet peas adorned the table around which covers ...,., l..,,.l tw i lie linnnr quests, Miss Irma Boteford, Miss Violet Maclean, Miss Lucile Jaskoski, Miss Mamie Ma clean and the hostess. The Loval Woman's elass of Hie Hrst Christian' church held their regular monthly business meeting Thursday ar- teruoon. The church parlors were mini- if. .ii.. .i vf.i u-lih the HI urs an" liillliy iniuinn-'i - .. i i n id yellow -l,,lIC- HUH IIUu Scotch broom. After the business woet- . . i im WilR ti vow inrorTii if huuku" , . . . ....... ta V(1'C inn ( anity rcin'.Mni"-"-' - rnu.. 1 t..itu fur tllP .ifttTIlOOn j f I it ntinn nn n m , W. A. ( lenieni, no"" u i riii f,,,.,! Kki n. nesifi I 1 II III I ' II i t t rli i i " " "rt ' , I linker, Chas. Davis, Clifton Faker and ...iss Martisen. . ., p Those nr.'sent were .Mesiiiuni.s .. who win wwv,; this year, m i recital by Atrlue WJ : .i, will ai'iwr i"IM 1 ; lL KmmiiM will also play ; of -pipe orjan Mlm. Tie ' in? given serve. were Mesdames Porter, M. 10. Shain, N. O. Peed. d. ; liarber, J. C Hwartis. J. K '.' ' Keene, F. K. Loose, II. . W 'irj. W Olmsted, S. I). Doremus., J "'j Mulkey V. Pw- li. W- muiiil, Kutli Jiarcn, iuihiii.- Will Mav, d. C. Campbell, i ...4 T A lnu Mm .f Hill , . 1..,1,,1.v. Wnlcher, K. L. Dwyer, w. -v. : Martha Peters, Ida flodtrey, H' Watson, Cass Gibson, Randa Mclhnwn E. M. Tavlor, C. W. Moore, Mmy '" I.Seiah Drager, Leo Childs. .1- a. io K. W. lledrick, d. . " '"'. ' 1 ., Witell, H. C. SI one, Sarah l!'Wsi Y' T. Keelon, II. C. Kpley, Thoiiuts bn"'1;. Carie Chapel, A. Aline and Ulsie lu'n' K.v. . . t.liurt: ! ta at I ii'ti" siiuiinents, Ot ,Ilii: i Ori-an olC-lW . Tombelle, Baritone Chopin, ..f-! 0 sharp nunor (;ste,; 0 flat minor 'i Xo. 9i "P- minor 0. . , js: liivietun. Ant ' ,( f!,.,ui1"-",,.fr2!1lW niigiii-i Uoiuleian""": ii I'i' 1 . I frkh Cf- IWM'"" ..uJ . 1 Summer TIIR COLLKC.B OK MCSlC ANP THE UX1VER.SITY. - ,,U it a i mi. ' Offers Courses beginnin "' k villuir" PIANO, VOICE '! Urnot, ,,.xi VIOLIN AND WA"lH(-iT LAA'd FACES, OEBMAN, tUS K11SEN, OF THE U-N, .b.,,e VOIC E, Mrs Aurelia Fcrrn t.D.it rhone Dr. Ota. follow: f; t'lllise, Pi ices reasonable, er, 168-M. . , 916; FN 0