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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1918)
Loiter Cofnm6ia?oai Worfe
: fa Rushed to Completion
The Improvement of the lower Co
lumbia River highway from Clats-
NEW SHOW TODAY
The man with a smile
' in a knock out High
Class comedy Drama
THE ROUGH LOVER
Yon smile and smile
and then laugh
The latest in .the
kanie in Columbia county, to Sven
son. in Clatsop county, a stretch of
eighteen miies, will be completed by
July 1 IT the present rate of progress
is maintained, it was said at the of
fice of the state highway commission
yesterday. The improvement Is of
macadam type and construction
crews ace laying an averasre of a
mil each 'week.. The work ia being
done by the? state forces!
IlKKT FOIt CHILIHtKV.
Experience proves that "Foley's
Honey a'nd Tar Is the . best family
f medicine for children for coughs.
: colds, croup' and .whooping cough.
Mrs. M. K. Sfhlarb. 55G Oakland
Ave.. Afhland. Pa., writes: "When
j my little girl gets a cold I five her a
dose of it and it always relieves her.
I cannot praise it too highly." J. C.
Perry. t - .1
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Matinees: Children 1 0c, Adults 25c
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Over 250 Delegates From
Western Part of State Ex
pected This Week
Rev. Halpenny of Chicago to
Be Principal Speaker Pa
v geant on Saturday
From next Thursday tftorno?n un
til Satui day night the thirty-third
Oregon State Sunday school conven
tion will be in session at the First
Methodist church in this city. l!e-
tween 2DO and 300 delegates are ex
pected from all parts of the state
west of tho Cascade mountains. Rev
E. W. Halpenny, international speak
er from Chicago, will give one of the
principal addresses before the gath
Among the principal features is
the banquet I riday evening at 6:00
o'clock. Thursday and Saturday
nights will be devoted to patriotic
sessions and all patriotic otganlza
tions'of the city are asked to attend
and bring flags. Seats will be re
served for tho Girl's Honor Guard
and Hoy Scouts. The last evening
an appropriate pageant directed by
Rev. Howard McConnell will bo given
by the you n z penpfo of th Dalian
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TO RELIEVE CATARRHAL
DEAFNESS AMU MUAV
If you have Catarrhal Deafness or
bead noise so to your druggist and
tirt 1 ounce of I'urmlnt (double
trenKlli) and add to it V pint of bot
water nnd a little of srtnulated auaar.
Take 1 tablerp.ionful four times a day.
Thin will ofU-n brink quick relier
from tbe dintreiminB; tieadNnolae. Cloc-u-d
nostril ihnulil open, breathing be
corre 'Siy and the mucua atop drop
ping Into the throat. It la eaay to
prt-parr. coata little and Is pleaaant to
take. Any one who has catarrhal Deal
tieas or head nolaea ahould sMve this
prescription a trlaL Capital Drug
Christian church, assisted by the Sun
dayjflchool pupils. ... ..
Particular stress' will be laid on
the school of methods, which will
occupy all of the morning sessions.
It has been divided Into seven branch
ea coveting 'all phases of Sunday
school work. , . , -, , ,
The following are la charge of the
local committees: general chairman,
Rev. G. F. Holt; publicity. It. A. Har
ris; entertainment, ,, Miss Gertrude
Kakln; building and place, W. I.
Staley: registration.. Mrs. M. D.
rarounaglan; ruuslc. Dr. H. C. Epley;
reception. Rev. C. L. Lovel; exhibits,
Mrs. F. A. Elliott. The Boy Scouts
will act as pages.
Tho program for. the entire con
vention is as follows:
lliurmluy Afternoon, April 25.
2:00 Call to Order.
Song Service, led bjr Carrol
Scripture and 'Piayer, Rer. O.
F. Holt. Salem.
Special Music. Willamette
University College of Mu
sic. Dr. Wilbur Chase, DI
2:30 Reports of State Officers.
Director: Mrs. M. A. Danen
Secretary; J. V.-Guthrle.
Treastirer: 0. C, Illohm.
S'Tondary-. Chsrlea A. Pbipps
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Adult and Home, Kllton Shaw.
Educational and Girls' Work:
Special Music, direcilon of
Miss Mlnnetti Megeii, Music
Address. "Oir Boys." Rev.
Chas. A. Thlpps, La Grande.
A Surprise. , t
Address. 'The Obligation and
Opporunltyl of tie Sunday
School," Rev. E. W-.Hal-.
Asslngment of- Delegates.
Thunwlay Evening, April 23.
7:30 Call to Service by Bugle.
P Procession of JFlags.
Salute to the United States
Flag: "I pledge allegiance
to my flag, land to the'Re-
nubllc for which it stands;
one Nation, fndlvtsable,
with Liberty and Justice for
"America." Ie4 by Dr. H. C.
Epley. Salem. .
Salute to tbe Christian Flag:
"I pledge, allegiance to my
flag, and toithe Savior for
whose Kingdom It stands,
one Brotherhood, uniting
all Mankind, In Service and
"Stand Ud. Slr.nd Up for
Convocation' Prayer,' Rev. R.
N. Avlson. Salem.
Special Music: Ladies Quar
tet, Flrsnrisiian courcn.
8:00 Address of, Welcome Gover
nor Wlthycombe, Oregon.
Response,. A. A. Morse, Tort-
land. . . -
"Ruadar School Pioneering In
Oregon." Rer. Joseph Ho-
ritnnt Inn Ron r.
niii nfuale: .direction of
MJss MInnetU Magers.
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AddrMs. The Sunday School
mnA nood Citizenship." Rev
E. W. Halpenny.
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1:20 School of Methods.
9:00 General Assembly.
10:10 Singing, led .b Carrol Rob
erts. Prayer, Rev. , Charles A.
Phlppa. - - ' - - '
10:20 'Co-ordination of all Schools
Supt. J. A? Churchill, Ore
gon. 10:45 "An Unrecoganlled Force.
Mrs. Harwoodi Hall, . Che-
Singing. . ...
11:15 "Our City TUn." Joseph II.
11:45 "A Big Job.MEdw1n Rowden,
Friday Afternoon, April 26V
1:20 Singing, led by Carrol Rob
erts. Prayer. .
1:40 Roll. Call of Countries and
2.10 Address. "The Encircling
Movement," Rer. E. W. Hal
"Your Opportunity." .
3:30 to 6:30 School of Methods.
6:00 Annual Banquet. Served by
the Standard Bearers, In
the Convention Church.
Friday Evening, April 20.
7:30 Call to Service.
Song Service, led by Dr. H. C.
Special Music: Willamette
University College of Music.
Dr. Wilbur Chase, director.
Trayer. Rer. C. H. Elliott,
8:00 Address, "Seven S.u n d ay
School Wonders," Rer. E.
Special Music: Male Quartet,
First Methodist Church, Sa
lem. 8:45 Address. H. W. Stone. Gen
eral Secretary Y.. M. C. A.,
Saturday Morning, April 27.
8:30 School of Methods.
Singing, led by Carrol Rob
Prayer. Rev. H. N. Aldrich,
"The Master's Command,
Rev. H. 11. Kelsey, San
"the Call of Christ and tho
W6rld Crisis." Mrs. Ella
Humbert, Eugene. , .
11:20 Why the . Boy Went Away
President Iti t. rennmg
ton. Pacific Coltejre. ; . .
"The Place of the Christian
College in Tra:n;ng Teach-
ers of Relliclous Educa
tlon," Dean Aldn, Wlllauj.
Sat unlay Afternoon. April 27.
1:30 Singing.' led by Carrol Rob
Prayer, Rev. F.,T. Porter, Sa
Special Jd ukIc: Iadla Quartet,
First Christian Church, Sa
Teea Ago Time on Timely
"Mother as Chum." Martha
FerrfuMon.. Hood River. A
Girl of fourteen.
"The Kind of Sunday Sehoo
I Like." Jack Burleson
McMlnnvllle. A boy o( alx
"The Teen Age Teacher's
Opportunity, Rev. E. W
. . Halpenny,
3:30 to 5:30 School .of Methods.
Hatunlay, Evening, AW1 27.
7:30 Patriotic. Music, led by Dr
IL C. Epley.
' Prayv-r,- Rev. II. C. Stover,
Special Music: Male Quartet
First Christian Church.
Report of Resolutions Com
8:10 Patriotic Pageant. " T h
Clean Flag.'f Arranged and
directed by Rev. Howard
McConnell, Dallas. Given
by the Young People of the
Christian Church.. Dallas
Assistants. . Sunday 8c boo
PupUs, Salem. Address, by
Omf MUlInery Department is the buijeit?
place" in' town. New Hats at popular
prices' arriving every day.
Come and look them oyer.
Ladies' Hats $1.45 to $4.90
Children's Hats 35c to, $2.45
Oar Prices Always the Lowest
GALE & CO.
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Formerly Chicago Store. Phone 1072
Spangled Banner." Lorene
Porter, Salem. Ten years
A Warning to feel tired before
exertion Is not laziness It's a sign
that tbe system lacks vitality, and
needs the tonic effect of .Hood's Far
saparilla. Sufferers should not de-
ay. .Get rid of that tired reeling ry
beginning to take Hood's Sarsapa-
Governor Withycombe Not
to Make Personal Campaign
Governor Withycombe said yester
day that he would not make a per
sonal campaign for the renomlna
tlon, but would spend virtually all of
his time between now and the elec
tion at his office. . !
"Under present conditions." said
the governor. "I wonld ot make a
You can make more cups of roh1 cofFce
with less M.J. B. than with any other
Compare M.T.B. CofTec spoon rjypooa
cup by cup, with any
you will dc convincea tiut p l.j . JJ, .Joi
fec is the best and most economical
coffee you can buy.
M.'J.B. is scientifically blended' from
the finest flavored coffees crown in the
world. It is never roasted until thor
oughly mellow and is .vacuum packed
to retain its strength and flavor. ,
It Reaches You1 Freali
personal campaign even , If I bid
time. I shall put In the time on
state matters pertaining to war and
on other state duties. My campaign
will be a very Inexpensive one. This
Is no time for large suras o money
to be expended in campaigning, for
all, the money any person possibly
ran spare should be used to help the '
government win the war."
Memorial Window to Honor
Late Father A. A, Moore
A jnemorlal window In honor of
the late Father A. A. Moore, will be
installed at EL Joseph's Catholif
church this week. The window Is
given by the parishioners. St. An
thony, Father Moore's patron saint.
Is the subject of the design. The
painting was done by Miss Elites
Dyman Povey of Portland.
other coffee and
j), Vacuum xv
r packed by j i(.W
special process' VV
"Somebody from the Arm
9;39 ra&tomimo Sonf. "Tho SUr