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ajULGAMATIO.N FAOttED Episcopal Zion and Colored Metho-!
' Juisi E.Dt?CODal denomination.
?' ST. LOUIS. May 6 The proposed (sanctioned by the general conference
nalfJnaVon 1 Arncan Meiho-lof the African Methodist Episcopal
it Episcopal. African Methodist. 'church here late today.
MEET ME AT MILLER'S
e are too busy
And Modernizing Our Store To
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Cow Crek canyon the ru. U u i.
cellent condition and practically all
on standard grade. Through Cow
Cceek canyon the road is rough at
points, but dry and safe.
"From Canyonville to Myrtle
creek It is necessary to detour over
the old road . on account of brldtiv im
pairing at Kiddle. The detour, road
is dry and safe, but narrow and stow.
"From Myrtle Creek .to Roberts
mountain I found the road in fine
condition and fast. Roberts moon
tain is not In very good condition yet
but it is safe traveling for a careful
driver. The' state road eliminating
Roberts mountain will not be com
pleted before August.'
Speed Limit Toible.
"From Roberta mountain to Rose-
r::.: C a J r burr the traveler can make the speed
division bupenntendents Pre-1 "mit an the war. th condition ot
pare Thoroughfares for jthFromduo"b?rrto Drain the road
Snmmpr Travel ' URder construction nearly the en-
ouimner travel tire distance. It is dr i and aafe. but
slow. From Drain to Eugene it -Is
Portland to Border Line 15
Hour Trip, Says "State
ALL ROADS DRAGGED
.i v.v t:-i iast; . :ae v
Is the wholesome nutritious food best suited to re
lieve the national strain at this time of abnormally
high food prices. , . - ...
Even if the price of BREAD advanced much
higher per' pound-loaf, it would still far surpass ev
ery other food in food-yaliic.
Contains all the tissue building elements that are
present in higher priced foods.'
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is vour is your ' ..
Best BREAD Best Food
Buy mor - Eat more
of it of it"-
Cherry City Baking
From Portland to the California I
line the trio by automobile over the!
l acme highway can now be made1
easily and with perfect safety in
13 1-2 houn. This comes as official
information from lierbert N'nnn.
state highway engineer, who has re
turned from a trip over the road
from the southern border of the slate
to Salem, and who gives in detail
exact road conditions along the routs.
Mr. Nunn adds that the trip from
Portland to Pendleton can be made
this summer easily in a day and that
the road will be open all winter.
The highway commission has or
dered division engineers throughout
the state immediately to drag and
put into condition for summer travel
all roads where construction work is
under way. This is now being done,
and county courts are co-operating
with the commission In the work.
Ilonfe 'Minutely Described.
Describing in -detail the condition
of the Pacific highway from he Cali
fornia line to Portland, ilr. Munn
"Leaving the California line the
first six miles of road is in excellent
condition and partly paved. From
that point Innto Ashland the roaa
is under construction, dry and safe,
but slow, due to ruts caused by
trucks in construction work.
"From Ashland to Grants Pass the
highway is practically all paved or
in excellent condition. It is a speed
limit road. From Grants Pass to
Sexton mountain the road is excel
lent. OverSmith hill the highway is
safe but rough." It will be smooth in
another week, grading crews being at
wrok on it now. From Smith hill to
NAME "BAYER" ON
Take without fear, as told in each
"1 layer" package.
smooth throughout. From Eugene to
Albany the highway U all in excel
lent condition and smooth. Prom
Albany to Salem the road Is safe, but
on account of construction work.lt
is slow. From Salem to Portland the
road Is. perfect."
Mr. Munn says the drive from Eu
gene to Roseburg can be made in
three and one-half hours, and from
Roseburg to the California line In
JUBILEE IS ENDED
WITH BIG BANQUET
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Ilayer Tablets of Aspirin" mark
ed with the safety "Bayer Cross." la
the genuine Aspirin, proved sale by
millions and prescribed by physic
ians for over 18 years.
In each "Hayer" package are safe
and proper directions for Neuralgia
Colds, Headache, Toothache. Ear
ache, Clheumatlsm. Lumbago, Neu
ritis, and' for Pain generally.
Uanv fin hnrai rkft ttlnlti v 1
tablets cost but a few cents. Drug
gists also sell larger "Bayer" pack
ages. Aspirin . is the trade mark of
Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetica
cidester of Salicylicacid. !
adding much to tbe general prosper
ity ot thb valley.
Instructive Talk by Ciow.
R. M. Gow. secretary Of the Aruer
ean Jersey Cattle club. was asked
to speak on the "Value of the Of
ficial Testing to the Individual Own
er and to the Hreed." Mr. Oowsa!
hat the first attempts at learning
a cow's capacity to produce profit
ably is her butter production for
seven days. This was later changed
on the introduction of the Rabcock
test, and the time extended to one
Hendricks Iloot Idstry. .?"?
R. J Hendricks discussed the cow
from the point of view of a publish
er of a newspaper. He said he has
for a great many years, been -urging
'n development of the dairy Indus
try In tbe Willamette valley; that
he had worn out five typewriters try
ing to con ti rite his readers that this
s one of the finest dairy countries
and that it was poosfble to produce
butter cheaper - by seven cents a
pound than in Minnesota. This, he
said, was due to the more mild cli-nia-e
aud tne cheapness wuh which
dai-T feed o ay be grown. '
The Jet so Bulletin, published ai
Indiana poll, was represented by
Wallkce MacMonnles. who was asked
to ;rive his impreuioni ot Oregon.
He responded in a most ?t way bv
relating a series of comic incidents
and captivating wltlc'.smv
The evening was "enlivened b7
songs expressly compoed for the oc
casion. All In all. the banquet wan
an unqualified success, g.'aced as it
was by several sir knight ' renouned
tnratighont the "Jersey realm. "
141 North Commercial Street
EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY
here. These items selected at random from this full of bargains store
MEN'S' BLACK SCOUT SHOES . . , . , . -
...... $2.98 to $4.65
MEN'S TAN SCOUT STYLE SHOES
: v ; ? ... .v . -. -. $3.85 to $4.45
BOYS' MULE-SKIN SHOES Cap Toe $2.25
BOYS' SCOUT STYLE SHOES ... . .
$2.65, $2.95, $3.00
MEN'S KHAKI OVEEALL SUITS ........
i.i i , . .$2.98, $3.43, $35
MEN'S WOBK SHIRTS... 98c, $15, $19
-BLACK SATEEN SHIBTS. .$1.85 to $1.95
MEN'S SOCKS.......... 20c, 25c, 39c, 50c
MEN'S W0KK XJL0VES. .... 50c to $2.75
AUTO ar I E3ES3 GLOVES. .$1.75 to $3.85
MEN'S C'EBALLS. . .$1.65, $2.23 o $2.45
5TJIIPEES SAM A OVERALLS
WOMEN'S OXFORDS and PUMPS, Patent
Leather, Gun Metal or Fine Kid, Louis or
Military heels. :....:. .$6.85, $7.45 to $7.95
MISSES' PATENT MARY JANES. ..... .
NEW LINE OF LADIES WAISTS
.V. .$155 to $8.50
ALSO DRESS SKIRTS, many pretty styles
,. $3.95 to $12.85
MEN'S SUMMER UNIONS
White. . .$155, $1.45
Athletic 75c, $1.00
MEN'S BROWN ENGLISH DRESS SH0ES
.$7.95 to $11.00
MEN'S BLACK DRESS SHOES.
; .$4.95 $6.85 to $9.90
MEN'S SUITS Browns, Blues and Mixture
...I... $32.50, $370 to $48.50
Buddhists Erecting Temples In United
States As: Japanese Worshippers Increase
Number tlqoala Tboe of CHria
tlcjx Churches Ataonf Njh
tons" Iflpponeae, . . Inter
church Survey RereaLC
With the Oriental who COCK to
t'ie United States for a frdoogrd
or .temporary taj- come tbrtf vn
r "urexjue faiUu. whkh . coaay
tens; are eTratBatfy (irttt over for
t..c Christian iluIoophT as it' Le-ci-me
kr.oo to tocra ia Iheir nrw
euviroomint,' ... "t", ii .
Yet there arjt today ' aa many
DuddJiin. Urtnplci in . the Vnjtei
Statff a there ..are ,.Chntiaa
churches and mmioos for the 19700
Orientals in tSe country. To disturb
that balance .by- extending the mis
sion system for Orientals in this
cotntry is an aim of the thirty
American denominations co-operating
under the name of the Inter
chrrch Worfd Movement. "A defi
nite plan for such extension is era
bodied ia the world-wide mission
program for which these churches
will seek to raise U3A.OUO.000 during
tlie week of April 25 to May 2 by
a canvass of every Protestant in the
Included in . this plan is the
stronger support of missions, like the
DonaJdina Cameron Mission of tlie
Presbyterian Church in San Fran
dsro. that are already In the field.
In the number of Orientals return
ing to their own countries each year
there are tremendous possibilities of
a renaissance of Asia .through the
returned immigrant bearing a new
faith. There is. in the matter, of
missions . among those remaining
here, a great national significance
for the United States Already the
Protestant churches." now co-operating
in the Inarch urch Worli Move-
I xa A
Typo rf BWkiM TsspU Km Fscssatig rt.-srsas 1st CU VmkU
meat, are doing much toward assist
ing the Chines and Japanese to
understand ow institutions and enter
move wholly into American life. -
Many churches and missions es
tablished for the Orientals within
our gates conduct, besides religions
services, classes in English and of
fer lectures and forums which tend
mutually to better understanding.
The churches arc discovering their
power as aa Americanlrirg force,
and are assuming- rrspoesibiliry In
the talk of breaking- down conditions
which perpetuate segregation and
Buddhism flourishes mainry on the
Pacific coast, where the three largest
temples may be found I ia Saa Fra
cuco. Seattle aM Portland. Wrdi
tb tnigrattna f Oriewtal farmers
toward the' coast. Buddhism is
tprradrng ejt and Is traveling sot
ily into Utah. Idaho. CotoradA.
Wyocomg a4 Nebraska bat U aw
fotaid as far eau as New York,
In the p'ans of the loterchurch.
eatensiosi of the prrsrtit tytiiisi rf
Chrutiaa mtssioas for Orsrstals ss
high in the list of hom. profem.
There are to be vwe cutM en
ters, especially near Sin ttifri.,o,
and better living exmdrtsort uan be
pcovtded. according- to tvr - Inter
cborch investigators, foe Chinese and
Japanese in the United Stairs if they
are to becAm Lmi . .
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Liberty Sunday School
' Is Winner of Banner
LIVESLEY. May 6. The G. T.
club met last Thursday at the home
of Mrs. Flora Holly In Salem.
Red Hills district convention met
here Sunday tor an all day session. '
A helpful program wa given to
large delegations from the various
Sunday schools of the district. ' Lib
erty Sunday school carried away the
banner for the best average attend
ance and the best average collection.
The next meeting will br held at
Liberty In December. 1 .
The annual telephone meeting was
held at the sehoolhouc Monday
night. The followtnjc officers were
elected: C. D. Qoeny. president:
Louis Johnston, secretary; Julias
Mis Minnie Carpenter was a
ClAm .l.linp MnnHiv tflcrnnnn
William Meier is busy plowing with
his tractor on the- river bottom land.
Mrs. Erwin Ranton was in Salem
Favorable Report to be-
Made on Deschutes Pond
The report of W. t. Crosbie on the
Deschutes reservoir will be favorable,
the state engineering; department is
informed in a telegram received yes
terday from Acting Chief Walter ot
the- United States reclamation serv
ice. The Crosbie report will be re
ceived by May 15. This means that
the reservoir, which will store 510.
acre feet of water. The project cm
braces 200.000 acrt-s.
Sheep Rustler Located
at Coburg, Lane County
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TODAY and SATURDAY" (Conlinnowlj)
LILA" LEE '
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"Rustling a Bride '
She First Saw Her Fiance With A Rope Around
Hu neck -
A contniaj crowd wu about to send on & littlt partj
wher there would be flowert flowen he wouldn't
tTacU. . t , ' "T,
Is fhe Comedy '
Qhas. W. Hawley,. Jr, on The Wnrlitxer
youre BClllon Miles Froin Nowhere"
(When You're a Mile From Home)
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You Do Better Here For Less
, EUGENE. Or.. May . The first
cane of alleced sheen mstllng" in
this county for many years came to
light today when II. W. Bucking
ham, a rancher in the hills near Co
burg, was arrested by Sheriff RtleH
els. He is charged with the theft of
22 head of sheep belonging to Hugh
McFaddn and Cal Eaton of thlscitr.
They are valued at fa0. It Is al
leged that Buclcinsham went into
the pasture where MeFaflden al
Eaton have a large herd and took
the sheen, obliterating the tempor
ary brands and driving them home.
Buckingham was convicted of moon
shining about n year neo. a large
still having been found on bis ranch.
i Killed by Ball from
! Pistol at Field Meet
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BbWLINO CREEX. O.. May .
While attending a school field met
'in which her ton was a participant.
iMrs. F. Mahl. mother of three chil
dren, van Inntantlf killed when -
.bullet said to have been fired from a
starter's pistol struck ber in the
7, r VvV
That is the hest adjective we know for deicrihlnj
And it comet far from telling what thii wonderful Bread
really if. You have to eat a slice then you know. It's the
science of baking the re$clt"oforir years of experience
which make BAKE-RITE BREAD what it is.
. Try a Loaf Today -
BAKE-RITE SANITARY BAKERY
457 State Street Phone 268
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