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nr ah i t t't i al JOl RNAL, SALEM tMl SATURDAY, OCT., 6, 1917. .(f SOCIETY r I in urn , i iiiniiimr r iimi 1 -iry , . , - ..sf" I rNTCE the opening of the season there bag been but very little go ing on in society. Everything has been more or leas topsy turvey after the luinmer vacation aa familiet have been frightfully busy opening their homes and getting things in order for the winter. Now that the summer con tingent is back in town once more, so ciety soon will settle into ita regular groove of diversions, and the bridge, aewing, "509' and various other clubs will no doubt be resumed for the sea son. Although the winter so far gives no promise of being particularly gay, there probably will be loads of larger festivities, such tea dances; and the like to carry us through the season. Things of course will be a little dif ferent, but only to the extent that the entertainments formerly given for pleasure alone, will be l'or the benefit of which will take away not a bit of tho real enjoyment, but will aid great ly in some worthy cause. Lookina ahead in the calendar, there is a big jitney dance scheduled to take place on Saturday tho thirteenth at the armory, for the benefit of the mess fund of Company ju. -A group of promi nent society matrons who usually take the initiative in tilings will sponsor the affair, and it is bound to swing ahead to success- On Friday, the women who are be hind the benefit met at the residence ft Mrs C'hamicnv Pishop to discuss their plans, as they have some clever uous 10 worn out- Besides the pleas ure of having a snlcndid nine dancine. there will be other features, one of which will bs a rare treat lor both the dancers and spectators. Those sponsoring the affair are Mrs. Ciiuumey jjibuup, Mrs. John J. Kub-o-V-oHeric J). Thiolson, Mrs. Bft. Melvin Plimpton, Mrs. S. Ouy 8ar frmit, itira. Asuuoi .Hush, Mrs. Kobert McKennie Hofer, Mrs- Thomas A. Iiivesley, Mrs. Thomas C. Smith, Jr., Mrs. Bernard 0. Hchucking, Mrs. Zadoe J. Riggs, Mrs. Clifford Brown, Mrs. William II. Lytlo and Mrs. William II. Burgh ardt, Jr. Mrs. Frank H. Bpeara and her small eon, Frank Jr., have gone to Heattle, for a visit and are the guests of Mrs. Spears' aunt, Mrs. L. B. Kobe, who frequently visits in Salem. They left Tuesday and will be away for about a month. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Bush left last Sunday for Seattle, Wash., en route to Chicago, Illinois. They expect to re main in the east only for a short time, and will visit other places of interest before coming home. Miss Bita Steiner will go to Portland Tuesday, to be maid of honor for Miss Gwendoline- Bmith, whoso marriage to Ashley Ely will bo a smart event of Wednesday evening at "Trie Alameda the attractive home of the Smith fam ily. Mtas Bmith is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles J. Bmith, prominent residents of Portland, and has visited in Halem on several occasions. The girls wore school chums at the University of Washington. . Miss Ida Simmons, brido elect, will bo the honor guest Monday for a charming dinner for which Mrs. Milton Ii. Meyers will be hostess. It will be most informal and the guests will include only a few of Miss Himnions' girl friends. . Miss Beatrice Walton had a few young girls at her homo on Wednesday afternoon for an informal and delight ful littlo tea for Miss Lillian Sinter of Portland who has been here visiting. The early pnrt of the afternoon was whiled away with knitting and chatter, and at tea time Miss Helen Wood pre sided over the tablo. Purifies Highly antiseptic. Used as a curative Brent for alt externa skin troubles. Conceals ccrmanrnt blemishes and reduces unnatural color. Ideal for correcting greasy skins. Gouraud's Oriental Cream W 10c. far Trial Sin ' FRRTX T. HOPKINS St SON. Now York ANNOUNCEMENT Several inquiries have been received by the man agement of Hotel Marion for apartments with meals from people wishing to lo cate for the winter in pleas ant, steam heated rooms Without the responsibilities of housekeeping. We are seriously consid ering operating the hotel on both the American nnr European plans and will be! 1 1 A I pieasea to quote rates and Mia a i St Dinner dances will again be a feature this winter and the good music and beauti ful surroundings will appeal to those enjoying this diver sion. HOTEL MARION CO. . . Chas. G. Miller, Mgr. By ALINE THOMPSON Among the delightful affairs plan ned for next week is the Kensington for which Mrs. B. C. Mjles and Mrs. B. B. Fleming will be joint hostesses on Thursday afternoon, when they will entertain the Thursday club at the Miles residence on Court street. The affair will mark the first meet ing of the season for this elub which is composed of a number of the promi nent matrons who have been gathering together for several years. They in clude: Mrs. John H. Albert, Mrs. A. N. Bush, Mrs. C. P. BiHhop, Mrs. John D. Sutherland, Mrs. William Brown, Mrs. Alice II- Dodd, Mrs. A. N. Moores, Mrs. K. 8. Wallace, Mrs. Henry J. Bean, Mrs. Charles A. Park, Mrs. R. B. Flem ing, Mrs. W. A. Cusick, Mrs. B- C. Miles, Mrs. Frederick 8. Stewart, Mrs. Russell Catlin, Mrs. Henry B. Thiclsen. Mrs. George H. Burnett, Mrs. George J. Pearce, Mrs. William H. Kldridge. Mrs- M. M. Chapman, Mrs. Kobert J. Hendricks, Mrs. Perry H. Raymond and Mrs. Charles K. Bpauldiug. . Mrs. Roderick Miles of San Fran cisco will arrive in Salem from south ern California Monday to join Mr. Miles, who has been here for several weeks visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brandon J. Miles, of Salem Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Miles will pass the win ter in Kalcin, remaining with the Don ald W. Miles family, while tho senior Mrs. Miles is in tho cast. The many Salem friends ot Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer Putnam will per haps be interested to know that they, with their small son, David Putnam, are now in Sound Bench, Conn., with Mrs. Putnam's parents, tho Edward Binneys. Mr. Putnam, who enjoys considerable reputation as a writer, has just com pleted a new book which has been ac cepted by the publishers, and will ap pear sometime during the early win ter in serial form in one of the popu lar magazines, under tho nom de plume "A. T. Lantic." United States Senator and Mrs. Charles L. Mr Nary, who have been away for months are expected home from Washington, I). C, Thursday. . Mrs. Henrietta Prior of Baltimore is the house guest of Mrs. William Brown. Mrs. Prior came Thursday and will be here for several dnys. Today the Browns and their guest and Mr. and Mrs. William H- Kldridge motored to CorTUllis to pass the day with friends. Tho Illihee auxiliary composed of I t prominent matrons met at the residence of Mrg. (Ohauncey Bishop yesterday for the first meeting after the summer vacation. Plans were mado for tho win tor's work and the members of the aux iliary will upend certain flays each week at the Red Cross headquarters in the surgical dressing department. They also will meet onco each week at tho home of some one of the members to knit. Mrs. S. Ouy Sargent will be the hostess for the "first of theso little knitting bees, which wll be on Mon day afternoon. After the uusiness meeting Mrs. John J. HoliertB, president of the aux iliary, was the center of a little birth day attention, when the members show ered her with an array of lovely hand kerchiefs. Robert Withycombe who has been visiting his parents, Governor and Mrs. Withvcombe. for several days, return ed to his home in Union early in the week. Mrs. Withycombe and sinnll son, who accompanied Mr. Withycombe to Sv lorn, will remain for a mouth or so longer. John H. Hill of Pendleton arrived in Salem Tuesday and is passing sev eral weeks with his daughter, Mrs. nil liam II. Lytic loiter he will go to Seattle, where he will visit Mrs. A. E. Bloomquist (Iva Hill.) Mrs. Frank G. Myers is spending a few dnys in Portland, as the guest of Mrs. Hugh Williamson- She went yes tri)nv nnil wna nccomnanied bv Mrs. V. K. Menu, wno is visiting uer sisier, Mrs. Frank Burke. Mr ami Aim. Thomas A. LivesleV. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. 8. Guy Sargent,-motored to Portland Monday to attend the oneninu of the Uruheuiu at the lleilig theater. ft ft ft Mrs. II. TI. Cnrv entertained on Thursday afternoon with an informal knitting bee, asking as her guests the nieniliera nr a sinnll clno WHO nave re sumed their gatherings for the -winter The next meetinir of this little irroUT of matrons will bo at the residence of Mrs. T. C. Davis. Those en levins? Mrs. Corv's hosni talitv were '.Mrs. F. J. Miller. Mm. E. T. Busselle. Mrs. Fred Buchtol, Mrs. 0. P. Hoff, Mrs. William T. Xeill, Mrs. 1. eRov Leedv. Mrs. T. C. Davis. Mrs. K.lmo'ml Wriuht ami Mrs. Frances Schaefer, who was an additional guest. Miss Stella Wilson of Burns, Oreeon, is the house guest of Mrs. K. T. Bus selle and will be here over the week end. Miss Wilson is en route to Cor vallis where she will attend the Ore goa Agricultural college. Mrs. William P. Lord and daughter. Miss Eiir.aheth Lord, are passing the day in Portland, having gone down this morning. George B. Gray is here from SeattH and is spending a few days with bi daughters, the Misses Gertrude and Margnrrt Gray. Mr. Gray came to Salem to attend the funeral of the late Kdwsrd U Patterson, whw was a relative of tl"'1 Gravs. Mrs. Rodger B. Philips, Mrs. Ger trnde L. Lawnadale and II. C. Me Nary of Portland were also here for the fu serai Of unusual interest to Salem society and mimical folk will be the following article from the New York Musical Americau, of 8ep. ember the twenty ninth: "One of the most promising of the new artists who are to make their de buts in New York this season is Miss Winifred Byrd, pianist, whose Aeloian hall recital is scheduled to take-place on December the seventeenth. Miss Byrd is a native of the west and was still in her tcena when she won a schol arship at the New England conserva tory of music, where she studied with the late Carl Baermann. Later she went to Europe, where she remained for several years, studying with some of the most eminent teachers, among whom the late Teresa Carreno, took an especial interest in the young artist. When Miss Byrd began the study of piano her hands were the size of a child s, fingers missing the octaves by two notes. However, she devised all sorts of calistenics and exercises, which might add to the breadth of her palms and the length pf her fingers,. Miss Byrd, it is said, is not a slave to any particular school or style, although she has made a special study of Chopin. ' ' Already many engagements have been booked for tho. young pianist, by her manager, Marie Gonled. They in clude, Union Hill, N. J., Poughkeep sie, N. Y., Buffalo, N. Y-, Chicago, 111., and Peoria, 111., in November." Mr. and Mrs. Clifford R. Ross arriv ed hero from Corvallis early in the week and will make Salem their homo. Mr. Ross is one of the assistant man agers of the new Wittcnburg-King Co. Friends of Miss Barbara Steiner, who is now in Seattle attending the University of Washington, will bo in terested to know that she has been pledged to tho Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority of which her sister Miss Rita Steiner also is a member. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scigmund wore hosts last night when nicy entertained the members of their card club at an informal evening of "500." Mrs. R. T. Basey on the high score honors, and tho consolation was award ed to Mrs. h. W. Gleason. Tho bo making up the tables were Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gleason, Mr. and Mrs- Charles E. Barbour, Mr. and Mrs. ('. G. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Drager and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Basey. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Brown will have with them for the week end Dr Fred Ziegler of Portland. Dr. Ziegler is an enthusiastic sports man and ho and Mr. lirowu will spend tho day tomorrow hunting. Mr. and Mrs. William May of 445 South Capitol street left yesterday for Onkdale, Wash., for a visit, Dr. ami Mrs. E. M. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Huff of Portland are coming to Salem tomorrow for tho week end and will be the guestB of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McGilchrist and Mr nnd Mrs. H. E. Bolinger. ft Mrs. Rny Pomeroy left thig morning fur the Eremorton navy yards on Puget Sound, to join her husband, Lieutenant Pomeroy. Lieutenant Pomeroy has only recent ly received his commission which is that of a second lieutenant in tho med ical corps. Mrs. Pomeroy plans to - -remain at Bremerton, indefinitely. About 15 members of the Rapheter ian club gathered Nit the home of Mrs. J. ('. Evans for an informal afternoon on Friday. The time wns devoted to sewing for tho Red Cross and later refreshments were served. Mrs. C. E. Bates assisted Mrs. Evans. The club will meet during tho win ter on the first and third Thursdays of each month and Mrs. J. G. Hcltzel will bo hostess for tho next meeting. Those making up the club are Mrs. Cnrle Abrams, Mrs. Frederick H. Thompson, Mrs. Albert Siowert, Mrs. Charles E. Bates, Mrs. Grover C. Bel linger, Mrs. W. II. Darby, Mrs. J. C. Evans, Mrs. J. G. Heltzel, Mrs. F. H. Reeves, Mrs. Flfred A. Schramm, Mrs. Roy F Shields, Mrs. Guy O. Smith, Mrs. Lee Unruh, Mrs. Floyd L. Utter. Mrs. Rav Smith, Mrs. Otto J. Wilson, Mrs. R. 8. Walton, Mrs. Walter Wins low and Mrs. Elmo 8. White. Dr. and Mrs. Frederick H- Thompson had as their dinner guests on Tuesday, Mr. and Mra.W.AUen,who recently have coino to Salem from Grants Pass. Mr. Allen who is a member of the Indus trial Accident commision succeeded Carlo Abrams. Mrs. J. G. Nadon has returned from an extended trio to California and thv east. She has been away for several months, having left Salem early in the summer with Mrs. Eugene Eckorlin for San Francisco to attend the wedding nf her son. Royal Nadon, who is at the R. O. T. C. and Miss Leonidine Eckor lin. After visiting in Los Angeles and other place in the south, Mrs. Nadon went east, where she divided her time between Chicago. W'ilwaukee, Green Bay and surrounding points. En route home she stopped in Butte, Mdntana. and Tacoma, Wash. Mrs. Nadon expects as her guests soon Mr. and Mr. P. Loes of Green Bay. Wisconsin, who will remaia in Salem for the winter or longer. ' miss T IT D M 17 D mtxs. JOT 1 U 1U1 L IV BAG. VIOLINIST -PIANIST "upil of Carl Buermann. Piano (Liszt) Boston; Eugene Grnenberg. Violin. New Eng. Con. and other eminent European teachers such M Louis a Elson and Josef Adamowsld. Instructor In New Eng. Con, Violin, Piano, Normal Depts., Boston (1911 1912); Five years head of Violin Derpt and Piano Instructor Willamette Univ. (1912-1917.) Orchestra, Theory and Piano Ensem ble taught without extra charga. TEN OUNCES OF TAFFETA IN SUMMER, COMFORT'S THE THING. It is not any too easy to obtain it, either. Many frocks have been designed to insure comfort, but few have lived up to their purpose. This charming suit of pussy willow weighs only ten ounces, and is made of navy blue and is trimmed with white silk stitchings that are very attractive. The suit is adaptable for sport wear and is very durable. (. A congenial group of married folk, who make up the "Dutch treat dinner to Canby for the wecK end ana lg wun club", motored out to the Fred A re'atlves- , , Legg ranch on the Jefferson road last Mrg. Charles H. Cameron and daugh Sunday after church to bo guests at tcr) Mi8s Frances Cameron, who have the dinner for which Mr. and Mrs. Dccn away f or a COuple of months, ar Legg were hosts. rve(j home several days ago. The affair was the first of a series ; During their absence they visited in of informal dinners, which were enjoy- cd by the members ol this club last season. An artistic array of asters centered the table. The guests numbered about 20. ft Tho Slater family formerly lived in Salem, and while here Miss Slater di- vided her time between her girl friends Mr. and Mrs. Ruben P. lioise and Mrs. Boise Vttothcr, Mrs. M. E. lirey man, are sojourning at the family sum mer place in Seal Rocks and will be away for a week or so. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Elliott motored to Newberg today, and will go on to Port land tomorrow to pass the week end with their relatives the Drew P. and O. L. Price families. Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Elliott had as their guests. President Pennington and Professor Perisho of Pacific col lege, who were here for a committee meeting of the Friends church on re- construction work in northern France and Belgium. i - Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Smith, Jr., and son, -vinloolm Smith, will motor to Portland tomorrow to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. T. Howard Drake. Tney will be accompanied home by Mrs. Smith 's mother, Mrs. M. A. Goff, who has been visiting the Drakes tor a tew weeks. Amone the young girls who will leave tomorrow for Corvallis to re sume their studies at the Oregon Ag ricultural college arc: Miss Irene Cur tis, Miss Genevieve Frazier, Miss Dor othy Buckner and Miss Gertrudo East. Mrs. William H. Dancy who has been spending a few days in Portland with her mother, Mrs- M. J. Creighton, will be home early in tho week. Mrs. Charles H. Fisher loft yesterday for Chehalis, Washington, where she will spend a week or more visiting her sister, Mrs. E. McBroom. ' Mr. and Mrs- Frank J. Miller left Friday for a sojourn in Washington, I). C. They will bo away for several weeks roturning to Salem early in November. a quiet home wedding was Bolemn ized on Thursday afternoon when Miss Jennie Hollister became the brido of James Edard Huffman of Jefferson at the residence of her father, M. Hol lister, on Saginaw street. Rev. F. T. Porter officiated and the ceremony was attended only by the im mediate family. The bride wore a becoming tailleur of purple with hat and accessories to match and a corsage of roses and lacey ferns. Before the ceremony Mrs. Tra cy Hatch (Ruth Hollister) a sister of the bride, sang "I love you truly." Miss Roberta Morton played the wedding march and also during the ceremony. The house was aglow with a r.nfu- vj irHirraux iiwwcre. iu living room was decked with roses and the fire pla- was banked with Oregon grape, making an etteenve Daeagrounn for the ceremony. In the dining room yellow blossoms were used to adorn tho table. Following the ceremony a luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Huffman left for a few days motor trip and upon their! return will make their home near Jef ferson, where the groom has a large ranch.. Miss Lillian Slater, daughter of Judge and Mr W. T. Slater, who has been passing a couple of weeks in Sa lem returned to her home in Portland today. , " k ".. Mrs. S. Jessup of Boise. Idaho, who is spending some time in Salem, has Copyright Underwood & Underwood. Mrs. Walter L. Spaulding has gone Idaho, Salt Lake City, Kansas City, Tacoma and Taslo, Kansas, Mrs. Cam- 1 pron 'a old home. Mrs. Cameron who takes an active interest in patriotic work wiIi resume her duties as treas- urer of the Woman 's Relief Corps and Salem Patriotic league. ft w Mf. and Mxs. Frederick Steusloff will motor to Portland tomorrow for a suuri. may Mrs- John F. Enright left today for Portland, where she will join Mr. En riht and will make her home. Mrs. Enright has been a. resident of Salem for many years and will be much missed by her friends. Breyman Boise, who -is with Com pany M at The Dalles is home for a short furlough, having come last night. A delightful social event took place last Tuesday when Mr. and Mrs. Jack son L. Moore celebrated their golden U'"K Miueirj, i"c uuuic UJ. 'their daughter, Mrs. Carl Engstrom, corner JNortn L-apitoi ana union streets Mr. Moore is one of the honored cit izens of Marion county, formerly liv ing in thig city, now at Hollywood on the Silvcrton road. He is the son of a' Methodist minister, 'bis (father gave near Bixty years of his life to the min istry, and Mr. and Mrs. Moore have been faithful members of that church since early childhood, and are members now at the Jason Lee M. E. church. They were married in West Virginia fifty years ago last Tuesday, moved to Michigan and lived for a number of years near Cadilac in the early days of that part of the state, and a few years ago came to Oregon, Salem and vicinity, where they have since resid ed. , The celebrants of the occasion were first honored with a "Pheasant" din ner and 'later welcomed their friends at a reception. A large number of old friends called during the hours of 2 until . o'clock, to extend their congrat ulations and best wishes for their health and happiness. iter dinner the marriage service was read by Rev. W. Edwin Ingalls, and the bride and groom of fifty years ago again, after fifty years of trial and testing, took the solemn vows and pligh:ed their fuith and fi delity, to the end of the journey. A four veneration picture of Mrs. Moore, daughter, grand daughter and great grand daughter was taken which will be a choice memento of the happy occasion. Mr. and Mrs.. Moore are well preserv ed for people of their age, which are the marks of reward for industry and sobriety that have characterized the years of their lives. May reat bless ing and happiness abiut? is the wish of a host of friends. THE NEW TRIPLE COMBINATION i,s Treatment for the blood, nerves and liver p a t it yi n g, strengthening, cleansing, winning its way wonder fully just now is: Hood's Sarsaparilla, the superla tive blood purifier and appetite giver, known for over 40 years. Peptiron, tho superlative pepsin-nux-iron-eelery nerve, blood and digestive tonie. Hood '8 Pills, the superlative family laxative for biliousness, con stipation; pleasant, easy, effective. What are your troubles t If such as to need all three medicines, why not have perfect, well-rounded re lief by getting the combination f If you need only one medicine, get it and take it but do it now, SHIPLEY'S This is Underwear Week Knitted Underwear for Women, Misses and Children. We wish to call attention not only to our complete lines of all wanted kinds and qualities but to the more important fact that our prices have not been' raised in many instances to the prices now- charged by the manufacturers. As we have been most fortunate in purchasing early. We feature Carter's elastic ribbed Underwear in cottoncotton and wool silk and wool and all silk garments. ' We feature Kayser's Swiss Ribbed and elastic ribbed underwear in all qualities and shapes. NOTE THE FOLLOWING SPECIALS: Women's Union Suits, Kayser's Swiss ribbed cotton Union Suits-low neck and ankle length all sizes; A discontinued number 08c Women's white Union Suits, Elastic . ribbed, fleece lined all sizes ggg Glove Special Women's Gauntlet Gloves, fine for Special Price $1.39. U. G. SHIPLEY CO. LIBERTY Mrs. A. A. Morrison kept open house Thursday when she had on display the 2070 knitted squares which had been sent in by women from all parts of the state to be used to make quilts for the wounded Serbian soldiers in the hos pitals of London. The living room at Trinity rectorv presented a gay sceno when all of the multi-colored squares were opened up. And they were all made from the odds and ends of yarn which otherwise would have been of no use. Some were knitted by children of 8 and others by great grandmothers of 82,., Mrs." Morrison wilt continue to send the knitted squares as long as the war lasts, and will make the next shipment to London about the first of January The Duchess of Marlborough is one of the members of tho London committee which started the campaign. Tele gram. ! Mrs. E. Cooke Patton has gone to Portland for a visit, and is the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. W. Reigner. She will be away for about two weeks. Miss Louella Patton who ac companied her mother to Portland, will come home tonight- A programme of unusual attraction to lovers of high class pianoforte com positions will bo given Tuesday even- me at 8:30 at the Leslie Methodist church oy Mrs. Vera Schaupp Frickey, Instructor cf Piano and Pipe Organ T. S. ROBERTS Phone 2376W CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT lanital Journal Want Ads WiD ANNOUNCEMENT C. B. Clancey has purchased the retail floral business of C. F. Ruef and will continue to use Mr. Ruefs products. Mr. Clancey who has been connected with Mr. Ruef for past year-will continue the business in the same careful and obliging way. All orders will be given prompt and careful attention. The very choicest flowres and plants only will be carried. Mr. Clancey solicits your patronage. 123 Liberty Street Phone 3S1 Odd lines Women's Vests and Pants all woolpart wool and ' Egyptian cotton; lines that we could not buy at near our selling price. Good range of sizes 48c Odd lines, Vests and Pants, Women's fleece lined ribbed medium weight vests and pants, odd sizes 35c, 3 for $1.00 Extraordinary auto driving; STREET assisted by Dr. Frank Wilbur Cliaco Mrs. Frickey 's beautiful Weber grand being used as the solo instrument. This is the first of a series of concerts to be given during the season by members of ine Salem Musical association. Owinc to the lengthy discussion of musical affairs which is to precede the programme, but forty five minutes are to be covered by the musical program, proper, which will be devoted to the performance of the famous Chopin E Minor Concerto. This composition is one of the goals of ambitious pianists and is ensidered a noteworthy achieve ment in piaiiistic art, demanding highly developed; techifiquc land en- Continued on Page Seven.) . - t Mrs. Ernest Harold Choate t TEACHER OF ELOCUTION $ HENDRICK'S APARTMENTS 666 Ferry Street Beginners class starts Oct. 15. Phone 1432 for appointment r "call at above address from 2:30 to 4 p. m. daily except Sundays. 1 Experienced Piano Tuner and Repairer 345 S. Winter Street Salem, Oregon ADS BRING YOU RESULTS. Get Yon What You Want Studio: 335 N. Capitol St. Phone 46SM to t oruana ior a visit.