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WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL SO, 1024
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FAMILY LAV SERMON.
THEME AT REVIVAL
(Continued from pare 11
Ills murderers who are you that
would" bef better than He?
Love Lesson. Learned , '
J!! cams to jthe .altar,; weeping,
bowjng, Ywitll ; my' heart utterly
6iaasbed. ; My' father and mother
were.' astonished. They thought I
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was in a fit. Other people thought
I. was crazy. S But I didn't .care
what any of them thought; I had
to come to the altar with a brok
en and contrite spirit. All night
I fought, in an agony of spirit.
At dawn I said, 'Lord, I can't
force myself to love 1 this person,
but how can I be brought to love?'
The Lord said, I ask only if you
are willing, to-love if t should put
my love, into: your heart? And
then he gave me a victory of
love!'. , f . ;''
The speaker gave a graphic pre
sentation of the story of Jean Val
jean, Victor ..Hugo's masterpiece.
The man, condemned to' the gal
leys for; stealing a loaf -of bread
for his child, came to bate all. men.
When he escaped from the galleys,
he wandered a hateful, murder
ous beast, .the prey , of jjl hate
ful men and: women who. had not
the love of God for their fellow
men. Finally the good bishop took
him in as a guest;, and then pro
tected him after the man had rob
bed him. The goodness of the
man of God broke the stony heart
where force ' had made him more
brutal. The picture of forgiveness
and brotherhood In the heart of
the real Christian was made most
' The tabernacle was dry as to
roof, but none too warm because
of the rainy,' damp evening. Some
battening around the sides of the
building, and drop-shutters on the
west' and south to cover the pres
ent cheese-cloth ventilators, will
be done today, if about 10 men
will volunteer their help, starting
at about 10 o'clock today, when
lumber will arrive. ; ; ' -
A big meeting for the children
is to be held at the tabernacle
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The schools are : to be dismissed
early enough that the children be
tween the ages of 7 and-14 years
may attend and arrive there at 3
o'clock. Mn.iDemarest spoke at
the high school Tuesday morn
ing at assembly, and made a tre
A meeting of the older young
people is to be held each evening,
Kimball school.. Prayer meetings
are .being held each morning at
10 o'clock in the Chresto ball on
the campus, and a large attend
ance is reported.
The instrumental music is tak
ing on strength and numbers. A
brass quartet ' made ; a special: hit
last night, with Wesley Roefer,
cornetlst; Frank Zinn and F. W.
Tebow, trombones; and Ivan Mar
tin, baritone ,;rhree jioinjsts ap
peared last night. Miss Inez Wood;
Rev. J. W. ' Ranton, and -Logan
Bill. " With the two pianos, played
the Director of '
S? Marr Aster!
lioih. tccrv? :
8000 Ft. of
by Miss Eugenia Savage and Mrs.
Tebow, the music is making a
great hit.- The choir, is singing
wonderfully well, and the congre
gation also picks up the new music
remarkably, well. Last night
one of the fine orrerings was a
duet, Mr. and Mrs. Demarest sing
ing "Christ In Me," with the choir
Joining in the chorus. ,
Tree Saving Propaganda
To Spread From Silverton
j SILVERTON', Or.. April 29.
(Special to The Statesman.) A
report was . given tat the regular
session held Monday of the Sil
verton Woman's club that Col. E.
Hofer had asked Silverton . club
men to notify all organizations of
a like kind throughout the state
about the campaign which Silver
ton women are beading to preserve
trees along the highways. It ap
r.ars that a great deal Is being
done In. the way of planting out
young trees, but the attention of
the public has never been called to
the preservation of trees already
standing. In the report given on
Monday afternoon attention was
called to the number of beautiful
trees along the public roads. Many
of these are from time to time de
stroyed with little thought to the
beauty they create for the tourist.
It is a campaign to preserve these
individual and groups of trees that
the Silverton women are heading.
;: Thit matter will be brought up
at the county ; federation' which
meets at Silverton May 17. It
will also be brought before the
state convention which will be
held at Oregon City May 19. Pres
sure will be brought to bear upon
the state legislature in regard to
this matter, report Silverton club
women. - '
At the county federation which
will be held here in May the Sil
verton Woman's club and the Wil
lard club will be joint hostesses. "
Washington and Oregon
Baseball Game Is Even
EUGENE, Or., April 29. Uni
versities of Oregon and Washington'-played
a 11-11 tie baseball
game this afternoon on a muddy,
rain-eoaked field. The game was
called In the, sixth to allow Wash
ington to catch a train. ' Oregon
scored five runs in the first in
ning and Washington veven in the
second. - From - then on scoring
was about even.
Washington .... , , ..:11.10 ,4
Oregon ..... . ...... 11' 9 5
. MacDonald, Tesreau and Boyd ;
Latham and Bliss.
His Latest, Longest and
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Today Tomorrow Only
v. v 1 r si , l it u i
Another big one by the produc
er of -Mickey and Molly O
' A revelation of the night lights
and bright Ughta of New York.
O O O .::v ' O '
Angels 16; Frisco 12
SAN FRANCISCO, April 29.
Today"s i coast " league baseball
game here between L.os Angeles
and San Francisco was .principally
a succession of unsuccessful bat
tles by various pitchers to retain
their place on the mound. Los
Angeles finally won 16 to 12 in
the 10th Inning. ' v
Score R. H. E.
Los Angeles 16 21 2
San Francisco ........ 12 21 2
Root, Weinert, Myers and By
Ier; Mitchell, Hodge, Geary, Shea
Salt Lake 2j Seattle O
SEATTLE, April 29. Salt Lake
won a' six inning contest from
Seattle in the Pacific coast base
ball league here today, 2 to 0, the
game being called in the seventh
on account of rain. The Salts
scored 3 runs in the seventh In
ning but Seattle had not finished
their half and the game was 'call
ed and the umpire did not allow
the runs to count. "Red' Kllle
f er, manager, announced that he
would protest It.
Score R. H. E.
Salt Lake... ... ..... .26 0
Seattle 0 3 1
O'Neill, Mulcahey and Peters;
Dell, Gregg and Baldwin.
, , Oakland 8; Vernon 5
LOS ANGELES, April 29.-
Sending two Tiger, pitchers to the
showers with a five run rally in
the eighth inning, Oakland won
from Vernon 8 to 5, In the open
ing game ot the series here to
Score . R. II. E.
Oakland ............. 8 14 2
Vernon 5 11 0
Mails, Siebold and Baker; Shell
enbach, - Sellers, Christian and
- Portland 1; Sacramento O
PORTLAND, Or.. April 9. The
Beavers got a lucky win over their
jinx team, Sacramento, In the
opening game ot the series today
when a heavy rainstorm broke at
the end of the Sacramento half
of the fifth with the score of 1
to 0 for Portland. After 30 min
utes it ws raining harder than
ever and the game had to be call
ed. The Beavers scored their one
tally off Vinci in the first when
Miller doubled after McCann's sin
gle, sending the former to third,
when Cox's single on - the first
pitch brought him in.
was in great form.
. Score " f ' : ' -" -1
Vinci and Koehler;
1R H E
0 3 0
1 S O
SISTER IS HELD
LOS ANGELES, April 29. Mrs.
Katherine Petty, sister of Former
Secretary of the Interior Fall, who
was arrested at Santa Monica last
night on a charge of carrying con
cealed weapons, will appear for
hearing before the lunacy commls-
s'on next Monday to determine her
mental condition it was announced
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Visit Our Millinery Department
, . . . . Vt Best in This City .
BIG ASSORTMENT OF FLOWERS AND TRIMMINGS
I READY TO WEAR HATS i !
The Very Newest.
Changeable Silks, ' .New Jap Crepes Pretty
Yard Wide, Pretty Colors Colors. Good Quality .
Yard $1.95 Yard 25c
Pretty Collar Tabs 0, . ' ' ,
White or Colors 36-mch Indian Head
. 10c, 15c, 17c, 20c ed Suitings
and 23c .? Yard 50c :
Renfrew Devonshire Cloth Piisse Crjspes, Fast Colors.
See the Pretty Patterns, Pretty Shades, Plain or
Fast Colors. ; Figured
'. Yard 35c Yard 25c
Sheeting ; x,1?,6"7 Good Quality
-Fair- - Tubing . - Patterns, Dainty
Quality ; 50c Grade Patterns T
Yard 50c Yard 35c i39cYard Yard 19c
36-inch Burlap 36-inch Cretonne
Brown or Green ) Nice Assortment
Yard 25c Yard 25c
New Ginghams. - Pretty Patterns
Yd. 32c, 28c, 25c, 19c
240 and 248 Nortli
MAJOR LEAGUE GAMES
o o o o
fit. Louis 6; Cincinnati 3 i
CINCINNATI. April 29." (Na
tional.) St.. Louis bunched Jilts
successfully off LUqne today and
won from Cincinnati 6 to 3. Two
doubles by Gonzales, one of them
coming with the bases full in the
eighth, counted for four of the
Cardinal tallies. Rixey made his
first appearance of the season in
the ninth and retired the side.
Score R.. H. E.
St.. Louis ...... ...... 6 '9 3
Cincinnati . ..... 3 9 1
Sotboron and Gonzales; Luque,
RUoy and Hargrave.
Chloiago 2; Pittsburg 1
CHICAGO, April 29. (Nation
al.) Grover Alexander, making
his first start at home of the' sea
son, smashed out a double In the
11th Inning which enabled him to
defeat Lee Meadows in a pitching
duel. The score was Chicago 2;
Pittsburg 1. !
Alexander had great control,
not walking a man, the visitors'
only run resulting from Bernhart's
single and a double by Wright.
Score i ' ; R. H. E.
Pittsburg .... ....... l 8 1
Chicago . , . . . . . ..... 2 12 1
Meadows and Schmit; Alexan
der and! Hartnett. ". .
Philadelphia-New York, rain.
Brooklyn-Boston, cold. ;
Jack Wise of Yakima Is
Given 1 5-Round Decision
KELLOG, Idaho, April 29.
Jack Wise ot Yakima was given
a decision here tonight over Roc
co Stramaglla of Portland at the
end of 15 rounds of fast fighting.
The event was scheduled as a 12
round - affair but, at the end of
the 12th round the judges were
unable to make a decision and told
the fighters to step three more.
At the conclusion of the match
It was announced by the referee
that Stramalgia, who was knocked
down in the third round for the
count of nine, had continued the
battle with three broken ribs.
The main event was preceded by
six preliminaries which resulted
In four knockouts.
Highway. Commission to
h Divide With Wasco County
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f PORTLAND, April 29.--WhUe
the state highway commission wia
asked today by County Judge Ad-
Kisson of Wasco county that The
Dalles-California highway from
Dufur to White River, 1 miles,
be surfaced on a 50-50 county-
state basis, and the commissioners,
agreedj Then Judge Adkisson pro
posed that a new bridge be built
t Dufur also . on a 50-50 basis,
and this proposition was accepted.
Bids were opened lor tne bea-
side-Canon Beach Junction section
of the Coast highway; the Allen
ranch-La. Pine . section of The
Dallfs-California highway; the
Jones Hill-Lena section of the Oregon-Washington
highway.: and a
small road job in the John Day
country. The decision on the bids
wjll be announced by the commis
.We Hive the Style and Quality,
I Commercial Street
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Chicago 6, Detroit 4
DETROIT, April 29. (Ameri
can) Chicago defeated Detroit to
day 6 to 4 behind Thurston's stea
dy pitching, despite a threatened
1 9th inning Tiger rally, featured by
u numer ay wingo, pincn nuier.
Dau3s collapse in the -8th inning
resulted In three Chicago runs.
Thurston hit a homer in the ninth.
The Tigers ran their their double
play record for the season up to
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Score: ; v R. H. E.
Chicago ...... .....6 12 1
Detroit . . ... ........ .4 '9 1
Thurston and Schalk; Dauss.
f Johnson, and Bassler.
Boston 15, Washington 0
WASHINGTON, April 29.
(American) Washington used 18
players including half a dozen
pitchers in an effort to stave off
cefeat today, but failed, the Red
Sox winning 15 to 6.
Score: " R. II. E.
Boston . . .......... . . .15 13 0
Washington .. ... ...6 10' 2
Piercy, Ehmke and Picinich;
Martina, Wingfleld, McGrew, Rus
sell, Speece, Zahnizer and Ruel,
New York-Philadelphia, rain.
Cleveland-St. Louis, rain.
SEATTLE MID IS
Black Diamond Mine Work.
Taken From Shaft
After Long Fight
. SEATTLE, t April 29. Stanley
Cooney, 35, was rescued alive and
the body of Robert D. Doucette,
24, the second of three. men trap
ped by a fall of earth last night in
a coal mine at Black Diamond, was
recovered by rescue workers today.
Hope of digging out the body of O.
C. Wise, 35, the third man, was
given up tonigut. The accident
was the first in this mine since
1906, when a gas explosion killed
After working I in three-men
shi.'ts continuously for nearly 24
hours, Black Diamond crews
brought the body of Doucette to
the surface and rescued Cooney
The accident 8 happened in r the
11th level, 5,500 feet down the
main hoisting slope, south of the
Pacific Coast Coal company at
Black Diamond, south of Seattle,
at 9:20 o'clock Monday night as
the result of a cave-in. The col
lapse of earth followed a "bump"
or miniature earthquake in chute.
29 and 30, which adjoin each oth
er. . I
You can't tell. i The three best
tennis players In Greenville, S. C.
have twins, but aU of them made
their reputations In singles.
1 BITS FOR BREAKFAST 1
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grow. , t. -; ' -.
The' foot and mouth disease
among cloven-footed animals in
California seems to be about
stamped out; but a Salem barber
says it is still rampant among
some folks he knows.
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Benefits to town and country
of patronizing Oregon industries
and home town merchants."
Wfrite something worth while on
that subject, and send It for the
Tuesday Statesman, and you may
get $10 in cash, and several other
Nearly all ' the 'flax Is In the
ground and a lot of it Is ud and
coming. The showers will make
It ,come along faster.
Sage of a Salem barber shoir
says the European governments
are satisfied to have Uncle Sam
play a loan hand, if he will only
play it strong.
April, Is appropriately going out
with showers. ;
Alexander used to walk several
miles early every; morning and he
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SOOa, BUTTS B, BTJTTEWAT
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Milk, per cart , ( fl.75
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conquered the world. What would
he have done If he had had a
Ford? . ' ' Yl.'
Jeweler by day, and bandit by
night was the career of a Wichita
man, it is revealed. The Idea pre
sents attractive possibilities, such
as every man his own fence. ;
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Latest Chicago woman slayer
is a lawyer and a deputy district
attorney. It did not affect her
aim, however. How can jhey study
law, fall in love and still have
time for pistol practice?
According to Congressman Tink
ham the city of Washington has
three times as much drunkenness
as Paris and 14 times as many
murders as London. People who
are crazy to live in Washington
must be all of that.
According to the program but
lined by the present secretary of
the treasury the nation will have
its war debt wiped out In 31 years.
That will be some wipe, at that.'
A couple of peevish guys can start
a war in four minutes, but it takes
a generation- to mop It up.
Harold Lloyd Gives
Salem Crowd Thrills
If you want a laugh and a good
ona see Harold. Lloyd in "Girl
Shy" now showing at the Oregon
Theatre. A picture with Harold
Lloyd In it generally means a good
laugh but In this one be Is un
usually funny , and anyone that
can keep a straight face while see
ing this picture surely must be
troubled with .facial paralysis.
Harold, whila an apprentice in a
tailor shop gets a wonderful Idea
and writes a book entitled "My
Love Affairs By Harold Meadows."
On the way to the publishers he
meets a .most wonderful girl who
becomes very much Interested in
his story. . The story is first re
fusedby the publisher and Harold
is much discouraged and disap
pointed, gives up the girl. But
afterwards the. publisher decides
to accept the story .and publish it
under the title of The D ary of
a Boob." His decision was made
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Portland i .
Seattle ' " ' , -.
Sacramento . 1
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8 14 .364
RATIONAL liEAOTXB .
Xw Tork .. . 9 - 2
Cincinnati , . 8 5
Chics so . .. 9 S
Boston - .,..;.. . 4 4
Pittsbnrg . . , ;. 5 8
Brooklyn ... 4- 7
8t. Louii..... : 5 9
Philadelphia .. J. 2f '
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New Tork ....., 9 4
Philadelphia .. - 5
Chicago ... ir, 7 8
Cleveland 5 6
Washington ; : 1 5 8
Boston i 1;.... 4 , - 7 ,
St Loni . 4 . 9
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npo preserve the natural
JL beauties of the great
routes of travel of the .
Pacific Coast, we have .
removed all of these signs,
1200 in number, from the
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A quality cljJctta
;at a quantity prico
at a democratic ccit.
because of the hit the story 1
made with everyone In his off;
Harold receives a check of 3,C
from the publisher and at the e
time learas that this girl was al
to marry the other man. Hlg ri
to reach the scena of the.weddlr
Is well worth the price pf adnil
slon. He arrives Just in time t
snatch the girl away from tl
man and . make his escape wi;
The house was in almost a ccrs
tinual uproar last night during tl
picture and everyone went aw:
chuckling over Lloyd's" ml. :
It Loolis Good
Smith & WaUahs
Service. Phone 41.
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