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SUNDAV MORNING. DECEMBER -2G. 1920
. jm a.-,.-"Ka
STTi? on CliritBas day Xai!ow
At 7:3V a. W rarlv rrtrbrattnn of the
kolr rtnmniiii; at 10 a. choral cele
bration and raian, 'Till World Withmit
Iacarntio." Ta rhoir will render
Rrad'a (ommvninn True in Y. flat, in
elndinf tha Tnrrr-fold Kjrrle, Gloria TiHi.
Monro m Cort. ftaactaa, Benedicts. Ag
nn Mel, and Gloria in ExccUU: lanttival
Ta l.m touaW on Adoote Fmrlr a,
an of frtorr anthem. Thr offrrinr will 1
Sevatrd to taw Karopean reliff '-. t and.
Everybody weleeme. Chas. II. Pvwell. rec
of tl chorea, arbool and Borning wjr
ah at 10 a. m Christian Endevnr,,at
6:4 p. m.; eveninr fcfrrr 7:30 p.
m. Snhjert of addrel. 'A Cnritmaa
Afterthought. Christmsa cinsie by the
Cactla Chapal United Sretnten.
Xebratka awl Seventeenth treem. Kun
&T aehool at 10 . m.. C. P. WelU. lead
er, with e!aie for all. Preaching at J 1
a. m. and 7 :30 p. m The public i in
cited to all the aervirea George Chap
atan. pastor . .
Tint Unit ad Bretiren
Tew park. Sunday acheol at 10 a. as.
There will irm an etect.on of o'ficera far
the ensainj-vrar. Preaching at It i. mm..
C. K. at 6:80 p. m. There witl be an elec
tion of officer. Gokpel aennoit at ?:U0.
The tearhera training elaa will meet at
ta homo of Charlea Aaileraon. 830 South
Thirteenth Mreet at 7-o'clock on Tneaday
eveaiae.- Hid-week prayer meeting an
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. C. W.
Corby, patter. ;
Caatral ConrreiationU .
&vtk NioetentJ and ferrr atreeta, H.
P. Rtneef.' miniMer." A entnhined servire
Center and Hia treel, J- J- F.eann.
-atT. Dr. H. C Epler, aupa. intendent
bf.Bilile rhool: Lena Belle Tartar, ehoir
dirertvr. The ClirUtma per am by tha
aehont wa Rtn on Thursuay eventnz.
bat the fcervtrM today will partake of tne
lime apirit. The sermon by the pastor
will present phase of the tChritW3B
thoagat. Morning topic, ' Cnrut and tne
rrent I.ife:"- eonir?. "The I-ost
Ohrintraa. Lre andieneea are hear
ing the 4-nnona of the present pator and
many are jriviny aaanranrea oi spiritual
help. Tie Bible s(-hai in mrinc forward
with atrong programs and new plana for
the boys are about completed. A boy 'a
.ep-rtiiieat will open at be arhol boar.
9:j. on the firt Sunday in Jannary.
Th Endeavor aieity inite.the pre
en' of all young people at 6:30 eatb
Xunday eyeniog. Welcome to a.l at all our
January 3. Let arery number plan
attend. We welcome son to worship with
as. It. L. Putnam, ptor.
Liberty )4 (K r street. W. C.
Kantnir. mi.nster. lit a. m , Sunday acheol
with elaa f-r aM ge, under' imie
teat teai-bera: W. I. 'SiaUy. Kaperiatead
rnt. At 11a. m.. "Tne Kar-Re.iehing in-flutn-e
f th? Kirt Chriatmas;" :;ii p.
n.. Christian Kndraror, a lire meeting:
7 CO p. m.. Chrittmas- ranta!a by the
rhoir. aited by other raires. - A wel
come to ererj uor. A .the- lirt Conre
national rhurrh this Sunta ereaing. ler.
28. at 7:30 o'clock, a doable twartet will
render the Iteaotifnl ChrtKtmaa rintata.
In Exeelsis1- (J. Lin'-oln I.H. t. im
posing the doable quartet are Mesdames
Kir-hard Kbemoa and T. YC. eech.
vopranoo; Mr. Joan J. Ko!ert and Miss
Margaret Hodge. alti; Messra. Richard
R'lbertson and II. B. G!avrr. tenors:
Mesora. AiWrt H. Gile aat William liar
ris, bres: Mt. jallian Hart .horn, orgaa
it. Tho prgram follows:
Procenaional. h. Come All le Faith
and eSLh afternoon' except Mcodar and
Court Street Christian.
Seventeenth and Court streets.- Thfc,'
the last Sunday of the year. The attn
dan ladar will tell whether we reach
oir aim of 130 average attoodcace in the
Bible school. Let eeery pupil ae present
promptly at 10 a. m. New Year's aermoa
at 11 a. m.. The Pat Yeaf and Its Les
sons:' Jonior following communion aer
riee; Intermediate C. E-. J0 p. m.
Yonng People's society meiting. 6:30 p.
m. Sonr service and sermon. 7:30 p. m. ;
good orchestra and. fine music. Sermon
X. 2. -lhe Christ in Promise." Thurs
day at 7?:0 p. u.. Bible atady and deo-
itnnai n r annual mirunr
, .- a-se c u k K a 'i'-t iK fcti.;i x w u m 5 rs-ara ;sjcr a w :sm m tsmvt wckmw m 2
.5"; ,-.-...- ,v. - -. c-- - - -. - .. :-
rirst ennsuan nurcn e
Corner Center aid High Streets
. . f J. J. Evans? Minister - 1
sermon Topic.: "Qjrist and the Present life" 1
' . HTl . t It 7L i L" S
ine Li05i unnsunas y
full" j Choir
! Invocation lr. W. C. Kantner.
! Hymn- '
CantaU "In ExcUU" J
Prelude Iostnim ntal.
Chorus "All Hail Immaouel."
Chorus with soprano obligato
Kiupling Kedron r.ows..
Baritone solo "Wherefore This Tu
mult!" Soprano solo and ladies' quartet "Be
side the Manger."
Chorus, tenor recitative and male quartet,
''a King Save Caei-ar."
:Tetar recitative and choras. -The King
Male quartet. "The Shepherd' a Song."
Duet for soprano . and alto, "Oh. Kuler
of the Ajjes."
Contralto solo. "Mary's Vision."
r'inata. "Glory to God "
Benediction Dr. Kantner.
Saturday at 2 e clock. Rev. iss ts ;
preaching the fall gospel la tha powrr of ,
the apirii. A splendid song aerriee ea'h I
rrrtmc led by Kcv. k.ik rt :Mer. ' It
you. are interested in the iilvi'ws of
othera come and help n. If interested in
yiHir own salvation, core and let us h Ip
yen. 1. G. Let. and wife, pastots. t
Sonth Salem Frtende.
Sinih mmerciat anl Washington
streets. Church Bi'vle h ol at l' a. m
classes for all. Csrl Milie-. uperia'
dent. Meeting for warship add preacliing
at 11 a. m.. "A Xcw Yrnr'a Messaj..
and at 7:30 p. m "The Fool an.l the
Wise Yonng Mao." This closes It. F
Petr.berton's work with the SnPth church.
The young people meet at 6:30. Yn are
Tlx rt Chnrck of Christ Scientist
4 40 Chemein ts street. At 11 -a. ta .
Hii.le lesson sabjert. "Christian Science."
Sunday school at 9:ti a. m. edne4ay
mnlnr testimonial meetittf at 8 o'clsek.
!" bead Lost room -U9 Mavonie Temple, open
.very iay cirept naiiaava ana iwnasys
frem 11:45 te 5 p. m. All are cordially
invited to our servicea and ta pur reading
Build into your life spiritual values. The church will help yon. -
f - Big Bible School t 9:43 - t .s
1 GO TOXilURCH TODAY. THE LAST SUNDAY OP 1920
"God's Answer and (Solution fr This
Wo rid "a Distress." This will be the sub
ject tor tonight at t'nion ball. Cturt
street, near High. Evangelist Bell will
apeak. Service at 7:30.
BiWo school at ! a. ta.. Clifton Kosa.
superintendent. Preaching .. at It a. m.
and 7:30 p. ra. C. R. meeting at 1.15
p. tn. Revival meetings . will . continne
hronrheut the week each 'evening at 70
llegn'ar servicea at the Prebyteriaa
church in charge of Jamea Elvin. Snaday
arhoul at 9:15 a. m.. Jos. H. AlSerts. -
periatendrnt. Charch services at II
o'clock: subieel "The Gospel and
Commercial Age." 'Christian Endeavor.
Intermediate at 5 and Senior at C:30 p.
to. Ercning service at 7:30, onhjeet "The
(irscat nf Ktndrusa.' Taw pubtie is cor
dially invite ta attend theae services.
Cfcoreh e Ood.
. 1346 Xorth Charch street. 3. J. Cillea-
pie. castor. Sunday school at JO a.
preaching service at, 11 a. m.; subeet.
Jesus t-hrist. God's Best Gift to Man.
Christmss program for the children at
O.30 p. m preaching eervice. : p. as.
P racer matting Wednesday evening at K.
(' (omh' 1080 Norway street at 7.30.
We cordially invrte all who can to attend
. Christian and IfissioasTT Alliance
H Regular services nest Thursday after
non. December 30. at 6Ti South
mereial street: Kev. J. r.. eo eendaeting
Bible study at 2:15 o'clock. All cordially
Cantor Sta-aet Methodist
f'asiw Hiriet. corner 13th Street. Sab
bath achool 10 a. m.' H. II. Gralapp.
Hunt.. C.erman and Enrlish elassn. 1 1
a. m.. preaching. At 7:30 a Christmss
program will be given aad a collection
taWn for the underfed children in Europe.
Watchnight servico wlttjtenrrinr
Monday Morning, Uec. Z i
Because of unfavorable trade conditions and because of the activity of our New York buyer, we have just received
hundreds of: New Coats, Suits and Dresses purchased for less than pre-war prices, consequently the phenomenal
values now offered: . .v
To effect a speedy clearance of this season's suit models we have reduced prices to a new level. Materials are broad
. cloths. tricotiheJ trabardine, burellas, senres, homespun and novelty mixtures, in a splendid ranrre of colors, inclad-
"in& tan,' brown,"1 green, grey, taupe and. mixtures. , MissesVsizes 16 to 18. Women's regular sizes 36 to 44. Sizes
for slout. women 46 to 52. Some of these high class suits are shown in neat tailored styles, others in novelty belted
models, trimmed with braid and buttons, all offered at half price, borne less.
Great PrInyentory Sale of $40 to $50 SuiU now $23.75
$25 to $27.50 Coats $16.50
Smart new Belted Models, some with
large convertible collars, - round or
equate effects. - New plaited styles
and military models, cheriots, ve
. lours, meltons, burellas and velvets
in all the leading colors, tM C tn
Sal Price.... i? 10-311
$30 to $37.50 Coats now
At this price we have an excellent
range of coats, all designed not only
for service bat also for looks. Smart
Coats with wide belts, large collars
and pockets; some trimmed with far
or plush. Coats with pleats at back
or witlv gathers. Dozens of new
styles. Meltons, kerseys, cheviots, bu
rellas and velours. Extra $21 5Q
$40 to $55 Coats now... $33
Women's new Winter Coats in best
of colors and materials, navy, brown:
purple, green and taupe. Coats for
all occasions, with collars of self ma
terial, fur or plush.. Ex- $33 OfJ
traordinary values at. ....
Here' are suits from America's beet
makers in smart styles for street and
dress occasions. Some are plain tail
ored models. Others In novelty styles.
Materials are serges, broadcloths, bu
rellas, velours and mixtures in pre-'
vailing colors. Sale $23 85
$52.50 to $65 Suits now
, $29.50 .
At this popular price we show "a !
splendid range of Suits In burellas,
serges, gabardines, wool - poplins,
wool velours, kerseys, tricotine and
velvets. Beautiful new models - in,
tailored and novelty styles, new tans,
browns, greens, blues, purple and
other shades;. dozens of styles to se
lect from, underpriced $29 50
$67.50 to $75 Suits now
Materials are broadcloths, tricotines,
velvets, silvertones. panne velvets
and various other materials. Tail
ored and novelty style, .many are fur;
trimmed, others with braids. - Full
range of all the new $7 CO
shades. nriMrl at '
ALL PltUSll COATS NOW IN STOCK WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT MANUFACTURERS COST PRICE
Skirts and Petticoats Greatly
Silk, Serge and all Wool Skirts,
Plain colors, also stripes, checks
and plaids, latest models and all
sizes about 1-3 below regular values
5.00 Skirts now. $ 3.65
$ 6.50 Skirts now.. 4.98
$10.00 Skirts now........ $ 6.7.1
$12.50 Skirts now.. : $ 9.75
$18.50 Skirts now. ... $14.50
$22.50 Skirts now.... $18.75
-1 - -
$5.50 values, sale price ..$3.75
$6.50 values, sale price.... $5.25
$8.00 Silk Petticoats now :...$6.75
$8.50 Silk Petticoats now......$75
$3.75 Silk Petticoats now.$70
$9.50 Silk Petticoats now..$7.75
Sensational Sale of Dresses
Young ladies and women's Mes sa
line, Taffeta, Silk, Velvet, Serge,
Tricotine and Jersey Dresses, the
season's most stylish models, now
offered away below regular prices.
Regular Values $27.50 to $45, now
Regular Values $39.50 to $45, now
Regular Values $45 to $52.50, sale
5 Regular values $55 to $65, sale
Pre-Inventory Sale of Blouses This Season's Models
Made up principally in Georgette Crepe anil Crepe de Chine; some trimmed -.
with taffeta silk and novelty buttons, others neatly embroidered and beaded in
any number of prettyr styles for dress occasions white, flesh, navy, taupe.
plum, etc.1 Have theui in. all sizes at money-saving prices.- YOUR, SPEC1AI,
'aTTEXTIOX IS DIRECTED TO 4 7C and $7 7C -
THREE GROUPS a.t. .......... P "'
ai;l.l bfc'""'"! 9:34 rreatuiaj
a Hew Year dsj. A cardial laritaliva
is .itradri tv t'l 0. S. l:rUcr. asiur.
E4l Rfaie anil K.telath air.tv Raa
Jar srba.1 at :' a. as. invtao arrvtr
il.'nxih) at 10:O a. as. sahjert. Ta
Ward Hrcmm TK" Sp.nsl siazac
VUitnrt ar wrl Ta.ra srill a m
ttcums srrTicr. KaaltT. aatar.
Ooa4 Saasantaa Kisatea
Kfv. Mrs. MilW al Hakata. rvaacrl st.
arii: rinc ! aaaact. I will srorta
year srhil it "ar Ufv rV . .
and SaUatioa for AD. B ara ta Mas4
anal till ia ma. , .
frrisi ta. Taruna a( llearra. . C. T. t.
hall, 3 p. m. .
trho. aaul Ialno of rheuma
tism are not permanently, but on
ly temporarily, rnrvt-a uy run
nal remedies. Why not use an in
ternal remedy Hood s Srapr-
illa, which correct me acmuy i
the blood on which rheumatlin
depends and cures the disease.
HoUday Basinets Heavy,
Many Families Assisted
The Christmas business of Sa
lem is believed to have been
heavier than ever before, ana
nrartioallv every day for the last
week has been a rush day at Sa
A tremendous amount of Christ
mas material was sent from Sa
lem by mall. , and .Postmaster
August Huckesteln says tne posi
clfio business was heavier by 23
per cent than ever before.
More than the ordinary eiion
was made this year to see that no
s(wiiv nrtvon in Salem was over
looked in Christmas remembrance
The Salvation Army for many
days had bH?n in preparation ior
Christmas day and was able to
extend cheer to scores of families
hn nibrrit.4 mitrht not nave
teen remembered on the festive
day. A similar work was done
by The Statesman Publishing
which nrovlded the ne
cessities of life to other score of
lamilies. These two agencies, to
gether wilh the Kcd Cross, the
Hoy Scouts and numerous Indi
viduals endeavored to do their
nri arhll churches, lodces and
ether organizations were active to
the same end.
Th Salvation Army will eon-
tinu to work bv holdlnr a Christ
mas tree at the armory weanes-
riav nirht of this week for the
benefit of children who were over
looked. Ensign Roe looks for an
attendance of 130 persons. The
Salvation Army received dona
tions aggregating about 1 1 000 la
the street kettles.
Poor Given Relief at
The Sunday school Christmas
entertainment given In the First
Methodist church last night was a
complete success, as was evidenced
in the appreciation shown by th
Large audience which packed the
house. The church was beauti
fully decorated for the event with
evergreen, mistletoe, aad a gaily
adorned ChriUnas tree. The first
pan of the program was taken np
with numbers by the primary de
partment. - followed by selections
by the Intermediate. Junkr and
senior departments. Interspersed
with music by the orchestra.
It was a white Christmas, aad
after a touching appeal ca tie
part. tf the pastor, for aa ofterUg
(toward the near east relief fajj,
and also the Cblaese find. f,'
(erous response was made, which
lit Is believed will total wkea
all subscriptions are kin 44
Apart from this otfertng. a great
number of those attending broagkt
gifts for the city's poor, aad nan
dreda of pounds ot .potatoes. i
plea. flcnr. meats aad groceries
Other hew and pretty Waists at $7.50, 0.00, $10.30 and on up to $15.00
(The Old White Corner)
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
I Facts About the Catholic
Her. J. It. Back
T1IF. AXTi-CATHOLIC CRU
SADKS IX AMERICA.
. During the early days . ot the
United - States, religious . grounds
furnished legal debarment In
various states by reason of their
constitutions. Xlnt the United
States constitution, more accu
rately reflecting the rising Amer
lean spirit, had decreed in the
body of the Instntment that no
religious test shall 'ever be-re
quired as a qualification to any
public office or public trust nn
der the United States." The In
congrulty of a condition whereby
a Catholic could be duly eUgible
to the office of president, repre
sentative in congress, senator In
congress. United States Judge, am
bassador or envoy of the United
States, but could not be an alder
man In his city or leslslator In
bis own state, did not at first
strike the American public. But
a growing! spirit ot toleration and
a confidence in the Americanism
ot all citizens led the citizens with
the voting power to remove the
restrictions, gradually to be sure.
but with inevitable certainty. It
is noteworthy that the first am
endment to the United States con
stitution testifies to a sense in
the American .people that Catho-
licirm was. not a despotism to be
feared. The Catholic faith de
veloped more speedily as Catho
lics became free. That it might
become a danger in any way to
the American people seemed to
be in no one's mind until the,
Irish Immigration to the United
States set Tin. during the middle
third of the 19th century. Irish
Immigration to the United States
np to this time was largely Pro
testant Irish; bnt. in the thirties
of last century a large wave of
Catholic Irish Immigration ret in.
These people were miserably poor.
Their forefathers had been de
prived of the right ot education,
the right of office and the right
ot free worship for almost a cen
tury prior to 1790. A price had
been set on the brads of their
priests by England and they were
treated like outlaws in the Brit
ish, realm of those days. They
ronlfl follow no profession but
medicine, 'no occupation but han
dling flax. They could not sue
or be sued at law, could not own
a horse worth over $25. could
not Inherit property. - could not
educate their children as Catho
lics nor send their children out
of the country to be educated.
Thus denied education, deprived
of any means of livelihood, denied
office. , oppressed, hunted, and
treated with the utmost contempt
by a ruling minority the Catholics
had lived in Ireland, had held
their faith, had sheltered and dis
guised their priests, had won back
some of their "rights. ' Yet they
had always bad to pay for the
support of the An pelican or Epis
copal faith. In which they did not
believe. These miserable Cath
olic Irish lived in the utmost
squalor. . They spoke Gaelic.
Their English bore the marks of
the Kngllfth or Elizabeth'a day.
now called a brogue. These things
were done by England to hrlng
the Catholic religion Into disre
pute and to protect the reputa
tion t? and linear of "The
Good Queen Hes.M These exiles
from Ireland came to America,
as atated. seeking opportunity,
the chane to work for their sus
tenance, the immigrants share In
thai liberty aad opportunity her
alded --around kthe world as the
shining, jewel tn the coronet of
Columbia. But English propa
ganda and Intrigue bad bad tts
influence and the poor exiles met
contempt, hatred and religious
AFTER THE RUSH
Back to Our Normal
The Christmas rush is over!' Yes, and we might
say that it has been the biggest Christmas business
we have ever gone through. Now for normal times
During the Christmas week Gale & Co. service was
shown on every side, and this service stoocf- the test
of a busy time, such as this. We are proud of our
showing proud 6f the congeniality of our sales peo
ple, of their ability in suggestion, and proud of the
class of merchandise we can put out.
In normal times this service will be even more
evident, and once you have experienced the pleasure
of purchasing at Gale's, you will be a regular cus
tomer. Our prices always the lowest .
GALE & COMPANY
Court & Coml Sts.
Formerly Chicago Store
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An intensely practical Christmas
Gift One for which the family
would willingly forego the sort
One that will be a year-'round
satisfaction because of its good
ness; a year-'round delight because
of its economy.
.An order placed now will insure
delivery, Christmas Morning.
The gaaslirte consumption is unsjally low.
Tha tire aulas s la nusuaily high.
B0HESTEELE MOTOR CO.
Marlon and Polk County Distributors
Ferry and Commercial Eta. Salem, Oregon
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