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' 8" ' THE .OREGON. STATESMAN, SALEM.. OREC.ON - r SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 4. 1921 "
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j Is not tuy judgment that any leg.
; Islation should be passed that does
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A utrutt. , Daatiir. b 1 '1 .
rkool. r. A. -Khotrn, anftrinant ; it
peblW- worship with a ton fcf Ihe
wr. inmnc, Ta iligh Upttnisin."
Th rhoir will inr a otkm, "Prtint
Ur. K, t. U'Mr and Irma MrDen-
14, Fr th off!? :, Th Oow f
Jm. ' OcdN. will ) tanc bjr KniiMk
nofr. p.m.. rally Huiulay in ti
,vrrtn vamf. A tarr" aumaaiw
iprm thai fh ward may baHi far
rryf r an4 Mdma I. T tha paatar, ut-
)rl, "Tha Falhar'a Qrat KMinaat.'
! Tha Hnntlinariaa Hathndint Ftfivanth
ad Mill atrfals. B. Aetoay K. Ltnd
rUI apaak and hava charica of thf "ran
ftraxatioo," ar publiv axamiaatktn af the
paitor rUm ia rrhcioaa Inntrnrtioti.
Tha Lord a aappar will aluo ! admin
liord a aappar
iat'raa. ' Tba Huadar - trbool will, anita
art ia tha rrr at thia haar, .11 a'elork.
IHiia wiU ba tlx last aerrk-a before the
nanual ; eanferenre, which ronrrne at
Prattle, Caplaaibar 9. Cenieniry auhartp
ttoaa mar ba, aakl flaadny.' or bafar
Taaadar uing. . Caatftbuttona for mia
ioaa ar aotiritej aad tnvat b ! be
fora Tneday evening. i
. AaoUl nlei iead Sooth Commer
cial and , Waakinfton atreeta. Sunday
araaal 10 a.m., Walter H. Wright, atiper
intendent. Mornliut wornhip at 11
a'ritvk. flhert aartnaa far the ehlldraa
at tfaa rlos af Handajr trbtMiI. Chrutiad
railaatrer at 7 and preaching nerrice at
8 p.m, prarar meeting Tharaday
lag at a'clack. 'Nathaa Hwabb, paatar.
'fell . ( , 1 f. ,..
i U TTKITE BBKTHBEM
'Firit I'aitad Brethren-rf Yew Park.
BiUa achcol at .10 a.m., preaching, at
Jl a.m. Jonkrr C.E. la tha paraonaga
daring ik4 preach in, naor. Mentor ()..
at 7 p-ln. Kev. Prakina will preach - in
the trailing at 8 o'clock. Mid week
prayer meeting ana aotrg aeric on
Vedne,Jay erenlag at 7:80 p.a. C. W.
Carkf,1'' paatar- ,'-:.; '' "' t .a- , -ir-
l irat congregational tiioerty anu
i Center atreete, W. C. Kantner. minister.)
MLTHOnTHT -. . -ft
1 a.m., Baadey eehoel with elaasea lorjlo worship with ns. You will feel
' all ares aader oompetent leadership. Vf.
lr tSaUr anperintendent. 11 a.m,4
preaching by tba paator1. "The Bablime
Prerogativa af ba Christian. Thara
will be a aveaiag sarvka. . Prayer meet-
lag Tburaday at 7:30 p.m. , ,
Central CoagregatlonBe : Boath Nina
! tee nth and Ferry atreatav H.. CLl Btover,
mlaiotar.. A merged service of the morn
lag worship and Monday achool at 10
OTTER ROCK HOTEL-
1 '1 0TT2B BOCT, OBXO0K W '
' Coma ta Otteay Boek aad have a real
f aeation, restful, and homelike. Hotel
on edge o( Lloff, aver-looking 11 ocean.
Near Iwil'sV Punch Bowl, i fine fish
ing off tha rocks, leta af mussels aad
elama.' 'I No bettor eata oa tha Oregon
coaat. 'Board and room fid a week.
Yoa wlll like it. 'Tan milea aarlh af
Newpart. Write to I
THOMAS H, HOUIXJra, OtU Bock, Or.
tVf If 01 BaUTJTITtTZe FUkOB
a . j . : t , ... t . . t
h Jlarvard laB-Ra(e $ 1 P
- ; ' UM. W. K. BEBXT
Jf'jre Beaclk f - ? Xewport.. Or.
Sehside-Long BeachrrpQnnon Beach
j, uiwtut .,, r f
hamelik hotel. ITeata and roomg.
Ifaala a err ad family atyla. . AH ya can
at. Hama mada hrsad, and " paatry.
Staaca haat "V will : 4 ar part to
aka yaur Taeation anjoyabld. Oa Mgh
ay aad oav Kaeanlcam river. . Centrally
located "fad. Bw ocean. Rata 915 to
t25 week. Addma llrt. A. It Jobaon,
Trop aUaaiday Ortsoa. ;:.- .J:.
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OoBBtlBK PohmMa Blfhvay, OragqB,
Botnd, wu Wfllapa Qarnor and' Caaaali.
SAXLX WttiOtE BOHESTJLB
Loava 14tV Elrtat, Aitoria: I a.m.; 10 a.m.: 1 p.m.
" IftOOTW MoOtwin. Waahiagteat l-ta,; 11 mja.; t p.m.
?y . ... BOTJBD TSXT A3CD BEASOH BATES
i Z CuXOXXirSOXTH XSAOB IXBST 00n Iae. T. 8. ZLTTISQ.
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Opera tia( ander Bpeclal Wanehiae from
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SEASIDE i-zu $300
GREAT 'NORTHERN INVESTMENT COMPANY
. , Cqqgmg,
Lake tie G arib a! di Bar
Peace. -arid privacy
Here you won't bo disturbed by the Waring jazz of overnight
You get a chance to. ENJOY, yourself and have a little pri
t' vacy.'-Cohie to. -..-V. -v.V
; ; ...T.entSa Bongalows, Hotel -
largest Natatcriuin on the coast
a.mr Aira. B. E. Edwardu in barge.
vonattaa eaaearor - at a:4. p.a ekt-a
lag aerrire at 7:21) p m. Ktaiag th-oie
a litre . aarcn. . npeeial tut-kic at
noramg aaa aaemag aenrieea.
rrra fhrialiait High and Center
traxta, i. 4. Kraaa, paator. Mra. K. T.
roner, wne at a farmer aaeeeaa(a ana
inter of tha church, now of Maata Anna,
Calif, will give taa. aerwioa at tha mora
ihg haar. 11 a' clock. Hae waa tiiur
paator during the absence of her ha band
in trance, and it Mb the greatest
pleasure thai the congregation hears her
today. Clinton Tonnt. a young man front
the training school, will sing at the
morning service. Ht is most highly com
mended for Bis ability. The eveaing ser
vice will open at 7:30. Good music and
an interesting sermon topic by the paa
tor, "The investment of Faith." The
young people, both Intermediate and te
ak) r ages, will begin their society pro
grama at 6:30. The Bibla school at
a:5 will be directed by Chester Iee in
the ahseaee of the- regnlsr snrinen(i-
ent, Dr.' Eplar. The achool U moat
Importast factor in religious work and
provision is made for all agea.
Court Street Christian North Seven
teenth and Court, streets. Rally d
ahead oi us. Ba there promptly at 0:4
today. We have severs! fine things to-
gay, tsrrnir A lie wiil tall an interest
ln missionary atorv. Tha castor will
begin his five minaee aarmans for child
rea. Hear "The Bible Kiddle" th
begin his five minute sermon for child
fen will enjoy these little aermonettea
junior under competent leader followin
I-ord's supper. , Morning sermon: "Th
Creed of tba Chareii." Thia ia tha fir
af two on this subject. Today wa will
consider tha failure of human craeda and
why. Don t miss it. Next Lerd'a day
In (ro-away-to-Collcge day and the Talon
leer band will have charge of morn in
worship. Intermediate V. P. 5:SO and
Senior at 7 a.m. Kvening worship 8
a.m. Good live congregational ailiing
Hpeeial S-minole atudy of Ren tar st ion
movemeat and sermon, 'tBihlical Criti
em. ion wiH aava to bear it to
appreciate it. Montbly maettag of oil
ia! board. Monday 8 pi
ra. All meiaMra
eryea to be there. Tharaday 8 p.m
mid-week aervtre, A. welcome to all
noma aud waaf
ta come again. R. 1.
! Christ Lutheran Kant titate and Eigh
teenth streets, Hunday . achool at 9 :45
m, divine service (English) at 10:30
a.m., Bubieet, "Christ's Invitation: Coma
I nto Me." ' 1 oana Peapie'a meetinr
1:30 p.m. Topic, "Christian Steward
ahiu." .Everybody ia welcome. There
will be no evening service. George Ko
fit. Johna Evangelical Lutheran Six
teenth and A Streets, Englewood. II
Vf. Gross, pastor. Services begin
10:30. Humlay' achool
Come worship with ua.
at 9:30 am
i First Church 440 Chemeketa street
At 11 i n. Bible ieaaoa. aisbiaet. "Man
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday
evening, testimonial meeting at 8 p.m
Reading room, 209 Maionic Temple, open
every day except holidays and ttunday
from el :45 to A p.m. .All are cordially
invited to- anr services and to our read
, . . 8. A.
' International - Bible Students amoeia
tk)i- '.Meets every Monday in iJerliy blilK
far HiWo- atuey. - lloara from to 1
a.m.. Court and High streets. ' Sunday
September 4, J. K. lefebr. of Portland
walK-aelivoe a free public .lecture-In (hi
hall at 8:30' p.m aubjtvt, "Tha World
Judgment ' Hay at Hand Million Now
Living Will v Never Bio..' Yon ah.nld
near, tnia . ucuie. eeats tree, .no col
CHTJECH OF O0D
1340 North- Caere hi street, 3, Oil
lespie. pastor, t Sunday echool IP am
LAKE LYTLE HOTEL '
' 3'ttij h 4( j.u i r- i"
. :" " " OPES" AtL" TEAS " ' "
On Tillamook Beach Lake Lytic. Or
Tina hotel will aupply every modern
convenience and comfort. Well heated
aad lighted rooms, with hot and cold
water ia, each. Attractive lobby where
dancing ran be indulged in. Bun parlor
Southern Pacific depot near hotl
, -Special week aad or dinner parties
f i Reasonable winter rat ea
For information write or phone
Mist Jalia il. Parker, Mgr. P.O. Rock
aad Oewa Beach Btshway ta Tug
COOCEKCINO JTJIT 1, 1931
8 p.m.; 0:15 p.m.
! 4 p.m. 7:18 p.m.
Pacif ia County, Waahlngton, aad Clataop
vregoa .-, , , . , ..
preaching aerce 11 a.m.. sabiart.
Cbarrh af Power." Yuan People' a
mevtttig o:4ft p.u. and praaehing serriee
foliowiag at 7 :Mt Prayer meeting Wed
aesday eveaing 7 :S0. Coua and anoy
tha aervie of dod.
First Bsptist William T. Milliken.
D D., , paator, Morautg worship at 11.
Hrir.on. . "Baptized with the Spirit's
Baptism. Kvening worship at 7:-H.
f4ermon, "N'ew Minds for CHd." B.V.
P.U. a. ;0ti. tofc...-. Tha Htgat Caliiaxe"
At the time ( the B.V P I . the astor
expect to eondact a eiaaa in aperial Bible
study for all julalts above tue B.Y.P.C
age who are inierested.
First Presbytetian On chnrch between
Chemeketa aad Center. Kabbath tehoal
meets at 9:45 a.m., ('. A. KcIIk, super
intendent. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8
a.m. by the pastor. Ward Willis ixi'ng.
Morning topic, "New Bottles for Nw
Wine." Evening topic. "The Law of
Loyalty. " Senior and intermediate C. E.
societies will meet at 7 u. in. The regu
lar monthly meeting of the session win;
1. L.I J . L a l .a- ar '
w nriu in rnnrrn 11 t p. in. JlOtl
day. AU aeaaton will meet to receive
any who may wish to unite with the
chnrch Thursday at 8:30 p. m. at the
close of prayer meeting and on Sunday
September 11, at 10:30 a. m. Praver
meeting at at 7:30 p. m. Thursday. Now
that tho vacation period is ended, let
there be a general rallying to all the
aerviees of the church. The Ixird's Sup
per will be celebrated next Sunday, Sep-ten-.Vjcr
St. Paul'a ejervices will be resumed
after a month's vacation. Morning pray
er and aeraoa at 11, in charge of the
lay reader. No other service.
Tabernacle maeitioga will continue in
the Willamette campus tent on 12th
atreet, at least through all the coming
week. Xo aerviree to be held Sunday
morning, to eoniiiet witn other estab
lished salem churches
but there will i
oa sreacning at z:su and 7:3U p.m.
Sunday and every evening during the
week. Rev. C. E. Coultes. veteran evan
gelist aad ainger, for yeara with the
Moody Bibla school, will Breach Sunday
afternoon ; Rev. C. C. Crowston af Troat
dale, will preach every night. A aeries
of Bible studies will be' givaa on Tnes
dv. Wednesd. Thnrsdsv snd Friday
hfternoona by Bar. Dr. W. T. Milliken,
Bator ot the r irst Baptist' chnrch, 8a
?m. The meet in es durina the Dast week
have growa ateadily in attendance and
interest, and fraternal chnrch spirit has
mada the aeries of great value. All are
invited to attend: singers are especially
invited for tbe choir.
CHARGE Uf H0TJBB
Beginning Sunday even in. September
1, the hour ot services in all tha Halem
churches will be changed to 6:o o'clock
for yonng people's meetings and 7:30
o'clock far evening worship. Evening
services wilk be resumed ia all the chur
chea of the city on the above date.
Fnll Goapal Mission, 185 8. Commer
cial atreet. Services Sunday, 2:30.
Thursday and Sunday evenings 7:4..
Prayer offered for all sick onea who are
willing to trust Jesus, the Great Physic
ian, ueo. an l.auner, pastor.
Coltace. aear Center atreet. Sundav
achool at 10 a.m., Divine worship and
preaching at It am., sermon by Rev.
1.1. It, Vt illard. r.venuig worship and
preaching at 8 p.m., arrmen by Rev. U.
loveii. lTayer meeting oa Triursday
evening. Xou are cordially tnvited to
come and worship with us.
First Methodist Episcopal Church and
State streets, Blaine E. Kirkputrici;,
minister. Class meeting at 'I: la n.i.
in room 4, downstairs. Sunday t'-hcol
0:45, Alpheos J. Gillette, snperinteiHe.it.
Classes for everybody, with a jia.npstc.it
corpa or teacher. Come and study with
na. The pastor ill occupy tie ptiloit
today, and will preach both morniair md
evening. .The morning service will be
at 11 o clock. The sermon will bs oa
the aubject. 'The Lord' a Table." The
sacrament of the Lord a aupper will oe
observed. Tbe intermediate Ep worth
league will meet at 6:30 o'clo-k instead
of 7 and tba leader will be Percy Ham
mond. The aeuior league will meet at
the aame hoar. The evening srviee will
be held , at 7:30 o'clock. The nasltir
will give a Labor Sunday sermon on the
Subject, "The Aspiration of Com-ig Into
Onea Own. il era hers of the varroua
labor organizations of the city are es
pecially invited ta attend. The W.H.M.S.
Ill meet at cottage Home, caemaw.i.
with, Miaa McDowell cn Wednesday af
ternoon. Evangelical Church Chemeketa atreet.
F. W. Launer, pastor. Sermon 11 a.m.,
subject. "The Bread of Life." Sermon
at 7:45 p.m.. subject, "Revivals." Sun
day school at 10 a.m. Y.P.A. at 7 p.m,
Benlah Launer, leader. Prayer meeting
Thuraday eveaing. Sermon at Fruit land
at a p.m.
Center Street Methodist North Thir
teenth atreet, opotite Washington achool.
O. 8. Roeder, minister. Sunday achool
10 a.m., English and German classes.
Preaching ia German at 11 o'clock by the
pastor, who has been returned for a
fifth year. No Eoworth league nor
preaching service in the evening at this
State Highway Commission
Cleans up Business of
Five more highway construc
tion contracts were awarded by
the stabs highway commission
yesterday. These were withheld
following the meeting of August
39 In Portland, pending confirma
tion by the cooperating: counties.
Tire awards are:
Barclay Springs-Lamms Mill
section of Tbe Dalles-California
highway U Klamath County 6. 1
ro'-lea of broken ston macadam.
Award made to the Warren Con
structlon Company on bid of 12,-
Hayden Creek-Jenny Creek se-
ttoa of the Ashland-Klamath
Falls highway n Jackson and
Klamath counties, consisting of
14.3 mites of clearing and grad
ing. Award mada to John Hamp
shire of Grants Pasa on a bid of
Vale - Burrel Ranch section of
the Central Oregon highway. Mal-
hear county, 6. a miles ot grading
and- graveling. Award made to
the Morrison-Knndsen company.
Boise, Idaho, at $41,128.50.
Jamleson Brogaa section of
th John Day River h'ghway.
Malheur county, .2 miles of
grading. Award made to the Mor-rison-Knndsen
company of Boise,
Idaho, at $18,728.50.
Rajotte-Wintera. Inc of Port-
and, was awarded a contract for
four culverts and two smalt wood
en. trwtle spans on the Nelson
Huntington section ot the Old
Oregon trair jn Baker county. The
price Dia was fi3,39t
noinn iniinnn a
Muuu uuli i imv I u
Rural Interests of Nation to h" ,been Ia.cluded soldier ig-
s : .. . " lu',ilation. and it should b 1,, ive--
nave ran in rviaKing
McNARY ON COMMITTEE1
Soldier Legislation to Be Ta-!
ken up as Soon as Cal
Legislation and proposed legis
lation for the benefit of the pro- j
ducer, doubtless has been the out- i
standing feature SO far of the SD"-
cial session of congress.
recess, according to the
of it given by United States Sen
ator Charles L. Mc.NaYy, who ar
rived at hi home here Friday
Bight. And there Is more of this
kind of legislation to eome, par
ticularly incident to the tariff bill,
according to the senator.
The agricultural interests of
the senate have organized, and
Senator McN'ary is a member of
the executive committee of three,
i which will work in close toucn
with the farm organizations in an
effort to agree on a tariff sched
ule that will afford thornn
.1 . . " Kl.
utuer memoers oi me executive
committee are Gooding of Idaho
and Capper of Kansas. The com.
mittee will endeavor to bring the
tanners or ail sections of the i
united states into agreement on : iaa" tiese tnree buildings will af
a plan of protection. Work to-1 ford. It is being: consifiorori
ward this legislation. Senator Mc
Nary thinks, will be under way
actively the latter part of thi
Because of the congested condi
tion of the senate calendar. Sen
ator McNary does not expect to
present any reclamation legisla
tion before the next regular ses
sion of congress, and possibly not
until after the first 6f the com
ing year. Senator McNarv has
pending a reclamation bill provid- j
tug tor me creation or an initial
fund of $250,000,000.
The senator believes the treaty
with Germany, recently
j Berlin, will be ratified soon after
tne conclusion of the present re
cess. Since congress is to recon
vene in special session September
i, it is possible that the treaty
iuajr oe raiuiea Dy tne end of this
Some Delay Expected
"The Democratic members
doubtless will delay the issue
somewhat, with objections, and
there may be some ahtendments
to the treaty said the s.eh.ator;
but I look for its early ratifica
tion. The treaty will be taken
up the first week, after congress
reconvenes.. . .
."During the 8ame week, the fi
nance committee of the senate
will reporf the new revenue, or
taxation bill, which will supersede
the tariff bill for early considera
tion. I think the plan outlined
In the house to raise revenue
through income and inheritance
taxes and a tax on tobacco will
be the basis of the senate bill.
Wet and Dry Issue Up
"Unfinished business now pend
ing and that will be taken up at
oive Includes the anti-beer bill.
The issue is whether a prohibition
agent may search an individual,
his home, his conveyances, etc
without a search warrant,' The
senate adopted Hal fa l? An A nrt A at -
to procure a warrant .The house
and senate conference amended
the measure so that the warrant
would be necessary only for the
searching, of a dwelling. I think
the senate will adopt this change "
Senator McNary attacaes much
importance to the apricnitn,i
;lief bill, which has been passed
It will aid the farmers in an im
portant way. he deelar. t
Iping their crops until they can
r.ft BClf1 nrlftk 1 i.
-v v.ft niui yi UJ.il.
farmers' Role Ininirt..
- . , o UU1.
""""f inaustry took most of the
uu" mo congress." says Sen
Mvfmr3r; "The aicultural
relief bill is an administration
measure, wnicn i offered as
substitute for the Norris bill
provides a fund of 1 1 ft ft n Ark a t i
and aids hank in ntAZ JZZ?
to farmers. The daw foiintr
thO TifkarjAawtfk B i L i ... C
y.go 01 inis qjj the war
"?,nncn9 corporation, an adminis
tration agency of the government,
came to the assistance of the
Rrower of the northwest
of .h? 87 . '".000 bushel
of this year's product.
MeM.7 V:lt . 1 reKuate the
BBsat Packing industry was pass
ed. By Its advocates It la be
lieved the measure will tmot
ITl.l1 bth t0 the produc-
w fticiocK ana to the con
;,U"t .?h m?a8Ure not dral
iS poreiy regnlatory.
. A weelt before congress ad
Jrr"rnned. bill regniatlag the
rrain exchanges was passed.
Many evils practiced in the Chl-
r,,i v, .v pu are ade unlaw
ful by the new sUtute. it will
be admintetered by the secretary
of gricnltnre. and it is believed
the pressure will, prevent specu
lation and injurious manipula
tions, and will be generally pro
tective to the farmer.
. ,or ProdawtloB Xeeded
The congress also passed a
bill appropriaUng $25,000,000 to
.oo.3v i.ua teaerai loan banks
")mg urm securities.
ft,tlle. tne8e meanres are all
helpful In restoring the economic
condition of the country to a
healthful sute. they cannot do it
all Hard .work., increased pro
ductlveneM and frugality are the
nltimate remedies to rMtnra
mal conditions. -
As soon as lerialaUnn ka. v-
fore congress fs disposed: of,' ins
Utougbt tlutt soldier aid leglija
- - - - v wtuins uuii ,
rtue puonc. doixia:. a Lmvi'iimi
of this ciiaruttter was in the lumoi
Llll that was passed by that body, J
but was omitted f.oui the seaiU'
bill, which was recommitted Af-'
ter all pa.t wars, land sett lenient
islatiou that Is to be
Numerous Changes Made by
Silverton Board During
SILVERTON, or., sept. 3,
(Special to The Statesman.)
The isllverton SChooi board hoe
i decided to open the Silverton
schools on September 19.
The old grade buiidine has been
j moved to the lot at Firct and A
j streets, and is now being prepared
i lor occupancy. The heating sya
j tern will be removed from tho
i basement of the cement building,
I known to many as the old
school building, to the new heat-
; ing piant. mis space will be uteri
lor the manual training, classes.
At present, the manual training
apparatus is in the basement of
the High school building. When
it has been removed to thp ce
ment building, the baeeemnt will
be remodeled for a science labora
tory. The laboratory is now 0:1
tho second floor of the High
school bonding. This room
needed for general class rooin
vuinuHtja. 11 13 expected that
liiutu more space will
w"eiUBr or not to lease outside
quarters for certain classes until
the new building will be com
pleted. The contract for the new build
ing is let for September 12, and
it is planned that it will be com
pleted in time to use at the be
ginning of the second semester.
The board is at present consid
ering the naming of. the four
Diamonds are reported as be
ing in poor demand. The ship
workers are no longer in the
nijir ir'iitf 111 - w ovini.ir.i -. .
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h0 ir-A ;
: r'AKBK THESE v ' fii " vr ifiife ;
I ramffDHffilR ffim IK:
I A WAV
Or More According
to Price i
; ' 1
Over 5000 Columbia
In II ar "Y I
i mm - - '.
State Fair Crowds Will Not
Hear Executive Address
President Harfllng wiil neither
hear the, Whitney Boys' chorus
when it sings at the state fair
grounds htre Oetaber 2. nor will
be address, by means of an am
llifier, the crowd assembled at
tho. fair ; round, according to
word received from hint by Gov
ernor Olcott. , .
The governor had written the
president asking permission to
i:ave the White House specially
wired that the fair feature might
be executed. eSveral amplifiers
were to be placed on the grounds
A telegram received from
George B. Christian. Jr.. secre-
:arv to the president, said:
"The president desires me to
uiank you very cordially for your
letter of August 27, but regrets
that it is impossible to meet your
wishe. He does expect to be in
Washington on October 2. He is
Qospel Meet ill
Hear Dr. W. T. Milliken
afternoons at 2:30:
Wednesday "Law and
Thursday "The Gospel
Friday "The Old Adam
and The New Man."
"Therefore, if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature;, old- thiW are passed'
away; behold, all things are new." II Cor. 5:17 " -,V'
of anyone in
y - in
Kcjul.ir Price $4.75,
We only have a limited number of these tires, so
come and Lty in your supply at oaceBtry your '
tires for future nse now
147 South Commercial Street
L . .
12th and State Streets
Sunday 2:30 p. m.
Evening 7:30 p. m.
PRAY COME HEAR
This is the first time in the history of Salem
that some of these standard makes have been re
duced in price or offered on such rediculously low
terms of payment.
It's not a case of what we want now we mnst
unload phonographs and records at once and we
realize that the only way to do this is to forget
about profits and to make the terms within the reach
the most humble circumstances. "
CxMlS cabinet, Qf sfn li
&x)) size UuxDx) M V
Closed Tomorrow-Lahor Day
Week - Special
special for one week only
Cycle Man" ,
Hi r "
Hear p. C. Crowston u&-
fold the gospel this weei -Sunday
to Friday (incfowj "
aive) at 7;30 p. mi No I
services on Saturday. ' ;
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