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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 12, 1923)
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OEEGON
THIS IS TO BE BIG DAY AT
COURT STREET CHRISTIAN j
CHURCH; NOTABLES HERE
Proposed new building for Court Street Christian
1 1 (...'. .. . ,. it on. -! " i i . . .
. The accompanying cat of the
'- proposed ' new building of the
Court Street Christian church, to
be erected ;.on jhe corner of N.
Seventeenth and; Court streets, in
the neat future j, hardly fairly re
presents! the architecture of the
buildingL ; All the outside ' adorn
ments, dome,, artistic i windows,
and tapestry, are purposely omit
ted - for the sake of 'utility, and
service inside. 1 '- ",'.
f The tulldins will be equipped
with 30 "class rooms, arranged for
j graded , Sunday School work. A
; kit'chenii social hall. Christian En
deavor room, boiler room. Boy
Scout room, pastor's study and of.
; fice, and womenef work room.
The auditorium will seat 722
lersona. Such a ; building will
render acceptable service in the
comaBnItyfj The" estimated cost
ii $50,000.: . ; :, f "
Everything Is in readiness for
tie Home Coming services today
; at the Couj Street, Christian
church.' .Evangelist George I.
' Eolvelyj of Lewistown, 111., has
teen called tcTserve as director of
tae.day. Under his leadership a
; -wonderful day of inspiration, and
f illowship Is expected.
nthpr ' conrresatlona of the
; neighborhood will join i the local
; c iurcn in inn ' parutuwi';
Central Congregational and Sev
enteenth f - Street j Evangelical
churches. ; Numbers from .'other
Christian churches : In Polk and
Ilarloni counties Tvill be present,
The Day's Program j
Beginning at a. m. George
1 Snlvely will deliver before the
Sunday School an Impressive il
lustrated lecture. This he! will
Co with scores of beautiful light
ed candles; rarious sizes and col
ors. Jle calls It . "The "Candle
ErilL' :1; -'
T we services will be conducted
at ,10:30 a. m. One, an OTerflow
cieetiag for children under 1
year. at Central Congregational
church: Miss Grace Van Behren,
director. A program will be ren
dered of special music, song, 11
1 ntrated talks, and a lecture by
C aperintendent M. Gilbert of
t':e Boys training school. Boys
from the training school will have
I rt on the program. - The other
e . rvice " will be " for 4 adults. " Mr.
r lively will be in charge., There
wi'l be ' two epeclal features at
t:ls service a duet by, Messrs.
, I ley and Wolf and an address
"The; -Church as delated fto
r chools. Home and State.
' All present at this service will
, l a gmesta or the church at a noon
1 nceon.: ' Beside It . being a time
cf eccial fellowship also those In
Cr.L IS WAVE SWEEPS H. Y.
-fits are asain terrorizing
.jf York city. Charles 4 J.
-olJ3 (above)' ; and Frank s
inela, two poiicemen, fere
t to death as they obarded m
l to deata as they boarded s
-an's sere ta Their assas-
terested at that time, can examine
the exhibit plans pt the. proposed
new bnilding. f ,
A service ; unlike j'' anything
else ever given in this city, will
be held at 2:30 p. m. j It' will be
a memorial service. j
-Other features of the days'
program will be duets short ad
dresses 'by prominent 'men, 'in
cluding "The Old Days, The Old
Ways, The Old Friends," by John
T. Stivers of Eugene. f
The closing service at 8 o'clock
Will be evangelistic. There will
be special music and! a lecture,
"Immortality,"; by . George L.
Snively. This addTess rdefivered
to large -audiences all over the
i 1 1
' !' 1.- .
Sv i r
country, haa never failed to at
tract interest. ;
OLIDGE. HAS MANY
CALLERS ON RETURN
(Continued from page U '
Speaker illl' t ; a member cf . the
interstate "commerce commissi 'on
and George B. Christian, Jr., who
fist secretary tf President Hani
ing.f Mr: Christian said his rosl
nation was in the hand of Mr.
Coolldge but that he would re
main here, for the present to assist
the new execntive. ' ' , . f
president Coolldge will retain
the I present White House execu
tive staff, which Is under the di
rection of Rudolph Forster, execu
tiye secretary ' since the time of
Roosevelt and probably has a bet
ter grasp on White House routine
than any living man. ' The only
changes In personnel expected at
the executive mansion are in the
places like that of secretary "to
the ( president,' to which every
president makes "personal ap
Unusual Size Is Shown
By Flowers Grown Here
A Salem flower fancier Jhls
week brought in to C. F. Bfeit:
haupt, florist," some dahlla-flow-ering
zinnaa that show' a very un
usual size. Spread to their limit,
the petals measure full eix inches
across. The flowers were from
seed purchased1 from ; the , Brelt
haupt greenhouse a year ago, and
they grow up In a single season,
being annuals and not. perenni
als : like the dahlias proper.
The Breithaupt nursery has I staff experts; in attendance, ,'be-
It'AAA mnnl !.!. urrniU-liio. . nnKaa. nf nrAmlnunf nffi.
now 12,000 "mum" plants set and
growing on benches in the big
Still a' good assortment of patterns and sizes,
been pleasantly surprised at the selection offered a
TriicWin your old furniture NO INTEREST
27x54 Velvet Rugs
36x63 Velvet Rugs ....
36x72 Wol ahd Fibre Rugs
6x9 Wool and Fibre Rugs .J.....
8.3x10.6 W09I and Fibre Rugs ...
9x12 Wool 'and Fibre Riigs ......
9x12. Pabcolin Rugs ...................
27x54 High Grade Wiltons .......
36x63 High Grade Wiltons ....1 12.75
4;6x7.6 High Grade Wiltons ..L. ...... ... .....27.00
6x9 'High Grade Wiltons ...........4.00
"8.3x1 0.6 HighGrade Wiltons ,68.75
.9x1 2 High Wiltons ; ..'78.75
27x54 -Avininsters 4.50
36x63 Aminsters 7.0
J1 - aaaaV ' -aaf7- - Jk - - "
T " A S-
Salem and Silverton
greenhouse east of .the city. A
"mom" , Is a chrysanthemum,
shortened to mouthful size. .These
plants will produce only one 'big
blossom each. " There ; are t also
12,000 -sturdy - carnation plants
on the tables, under glass, grow.
Ing just - as fast ' as they know
how. They . will begin " to bloom
early next month, and every good
plant may be expected to produce
from 1 2 to 15- blossoms. , Salem
has a chance to get,, about eight
splendid . carnations for , every
man, woman and child In the city
this winter, from this one plant
ing.' .'"iV. .
The f Breithaupt" greenhouses
have been producing a number of
fine floral novelties this year.
One is the dainty Blue Lace flow
er. ' as delicate a bloom as one
could conceive. Another Is the
California statice, 'which comes
in four colors, white, yellow, pink,
and " blue Some of the regular
flowers, such as gladioli, have
been produced in extraordinary
Salem Y MCA Leaders Will
Go to Seabeck Conference
Robert Boardman, r physical di
rector -of ' the Salem YMCA, and
Edwin Socolofsky, secretary ; of
the Marion county YMCA, ! are to
go; to Seabeck, Wash., xiext week,
to attend the annual' meeting of
the employed Hf MCA " officers.
Prominent 'YMCA " workers from
all over the ' world ' meet as in
structors, "and . the younger men
get in touch with all the . new
ideas of. the Y world. This year.
there are five .of the international
sides a number of prominent offi
cera end workers like Harry Stone
of. Portland;; Secretary Allen of
Seattle, aid others of Internation
al class. The Assembly opens on
Thursday and tonttnues for ?two
weeks. The two Salem men-will
return on TneSday;..Tromv their
stay with the Y ' boys at .Trask
river, Tillamook county, and pre
pare for the Seabeck' trip. ;;
Rewards are Offered to !
Stop Georgia Floggings
ATLANTA, tta.Aug. 11. The
full power i of the executive de
partment will b nused to stop the
"aerie of floggings" in Macon,
Bibb county "and other mob.. out
rages' r In' the? , state." ' 'Governor
Walker stated tonight In announc
ing rewards for the arrest .with
evidence to convict, - of the per
sons connected with the 'recent
whippings in Macon and ah' inva
sion of the state reformatory at
No More Gray
Hair or Dantiniff !
; Tht whml tlioiiRii!s f tn!!'1 nd
womi'n rj tellinr-" their . frin4g. Th
falite appearace which gray hair -SiTes
and which handicaps out- nocially And In
busincitH, has j b(Mn ? banished and the
blight of dandruff jrpmoTcd by the Imly
wonderful tonnic -XOURI&hXNE. Tin
i-ientifically rompounded - tonic 'feeda
and .nourishea the hair, prevents- its jail-.
In, promotes ita growth and pieasantly
harmlessly restores to o r1 i k a 1 color
Whether black, brows or bloadr; Cleaaaea
the scalp. Unfailingly removes dandruff.
One bottle nsnaPy is effective. Nr mat
ter what yon have tried-j-try Xourishn-
today. I'r ic S1.2o)per bottle, ia 1 I
dealers, including J. C-Perryi.
- : - tJ6t a Dye "r;.;1;1
A great many people needing one or two rugs have
s well as the low prices during the past week.
Charged on furniture.
4.6x6.(5 Axminsters .14.00
6x9 Axminsters .........l. .27.00
8.3x1 0.6 Axminster 39.00
9x12 Axminsters ..l...::.:..:.....:.......42.00
6x9 Heavy f Brussels' - -.: 14.00
7.6x9 Heavy Brussels 1 7.20
8.3x10.6 Heavy Brussels .....24:50
9x12 Heavy Brussels .... .... ;27.50
11.3x12 Heavy Brussels . ..33.50
27x54 Klear Flax . $ 4:85
36x72 Klear Flax' :. -.1 6.75
WlWl Klear Flax 1 2.95
6x9 Klear Flax 18.75
8.3xt0:6 Klear Hax "27.65
9x12 Klear flax i...33;00
ed a reward" off $i 00 tor the, lead
er of The Macon- flogging party
a,nd '$1 00 .for eacb trieinber. s Hit
Ladies' New Hats
DIRECT FROM NEW YORK
Just Veceived a new shipment that will
be' shown Monday for Uie first 'time
Felt Hats, Velvet Hats and Semi
Dress Hats that are new and help to
brjhg out pne's best points. See the
new drooping and roll brim styles.
j Price $2.50 to $8.75
' Commereial and Court Sts. .
w. i rrt i
offered similar rewards for the
leader and members of the mob
that ' invaded the state reforma
tory. ' - - . -
The cleanest a
lowest fibered feeHj
on the market at :-a
reasonable -price. ;
freight two -ways;
by using ; Cherro.
vine new crow 'v"-'
will be out on:
Cherro products in i
a few days; it will;
be the lowest of the
season a good
time to buy a sup-':
ply at all dealers.
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. i i
Recognized tp ; -be -the
feeds .made. , You
will get goocj re-
suits! by feeding
Cherro Cow Chow
or Cherro . Molass
Are' uniform, made
- - - . -
of -b e iTt Equality
grains and scientif
for Cherro flour
and cereal at your
merchant. ? -
'We are in the mar
ket for yetch and
clover seed also do
. -::. -, -,--,
plover and vetch
seed cleaning. The
largest clean i n g
plant in the valley
witly pperators of
many years exper
ience. If others
can not separate
"tch from wheat
bring it to us ; we
are experts along