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;TTTE 0?XCON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON'
TUESDAY MORNING; DECEMBER 1, 1925
Tf Mark Meetingsr With u
2, Ju ; 1 -
t , Revival ..meetings , -continue? at
th First- BapttsV church, all 'this
1 MceTha pastor wilt preach each
everting, exoept Saturday. . j
' -ifzed Q. Fisher -will hare charge
of lb music. There have been, a
, great many re-consecration of life
ifc3pd,J new confessions of Christ
,.as Saviour, and fanlily altars erect
da a result of (he meetings to
date, r'-- ;;. : a
.For Hwo- weeks l)!. Bryant of
CoryaHls was the pfeacher. " This
-week- the-'pastor "will refru'm'e"the
duties of preacher and ' will "give
special messages 'each evening,
Last evening he 'preached ' on the
. Gospel f ! SafVatlon. "He ! said : ' ?
-'-' "The" good news Is a revelation
of ihev grace t)f God tor 'fallen taan
through a "Mfediatorf"Jesus Christ
-It 4 airlse, holy and gracious
JrostUutton of God by" which' He
..makes' provision for redemption
"aht' recovery ' of fallen man- from
, 'the state 'in which "her'-finds hhn-
' ''8$lfbecauseof sin. There is ,a
sirange power manuesiea cere, m
" which' God lifts men out of sin.
yantt feives victory 'over' evil. The
glory' of, if is' that all hbr believe
'ma have this blessing." 1 'M
'Ptfhi "large" chorus choir sings
- . ea'ch-'e-renrng, and Special nVmbers
- are" prepared ' for ; group singing.
Solos are sung at each service by
Mr, Fisher, who has a fine tenor i
baritone yoice under! perfect con
trol: aniTexpressiOn. rr"f
His numbers on Sunday "were
especially fine-' Sunday night an
echo choir-rendered a charming
effect to the special- number - by
the choir. Last evening the ladies
Bible class? sponsored ,111 services
and: this evenlag , the Yoanj Mir
Hed . People's ; class will be In
charge. ToTnorrow evening the
Baraca-Philatheaa. and Thursday
evening Uhe CountOn-Me ! class.
young people's evening, With a
special message: for the 'young
Reclamation .BOdr to Meet
The Oregon Drainage" associa
tion Is scheduled to meet at the
Salem Chamber of Commerce to
day for an, all-day meeting.. -Mem
ber of the Oregon Irrigation con
gress will- meet with the first
named body, and it Is understood
that -the probabilities are the two
will: be united Into one" body ito
carry, on the vrork of reclamation
In the state of- Oregon. '
DonaldSmitlv From Salem
-School,-1 Keeps Big Audi-ence-
SHEEP HERDER DIES
BEND; Ore., Nov. "30. While:
playing ",a gahie.'lof - p6oI, John
Flemming, : 5 6-year-old i aheep
herder.--dropped dead "this after
noon af Prineville. ' He has lived
In the' Crooked river4 country for
1 0 years but ' little is known of
his" family and no- relatives- havo
' Sonf Tomorrow-4 is ?dad'a birth
daywhat shall werdo for him?
f " Daughter:" We might' let .him
j have his car for a change.
WENDLING, .Or., Nov. '30
1 Special to . The Statesman. ) A
speech fey Dona)d 6mlth, blind oa
of -Fqur-L mith,'!; wU'lhe. out
standing event, on the program xI
the second annual father, and son
banquet- given, liere recently. .. x;
Donald "Smith, blind boy - from
the state school at Salem, was the
sensation of the evening." He gave
joko af ier. joke ' to bring laughter
to his audience,? Then gave the
tongue-twisting -stoTy : of - the
-House That Jack Built."
Although blind, even1 years he
appeared the superior of boys his
age with no- handicap. ;
--?Wendllnff f'orchestra, -consisting
of Miss Hikethier Harold: Taylor,
Kollie Roach and 'Harvey Neilsen,
gave- musics daring- intermissions
Rev. C.' S. Mains, WefndMng pastor,
gave blessing. Dean Hohgatf, Eu
gene --f Bible university achool' of
music, vied the father and ons la
the finest pep". service they have
ever-had. .-, . . --. :i , . : . ;.
; MrBlakeley, fc-year-old fath
er and Elgin, his- year-old son.
won priiel, tor -t oldest Jfather and
son. -Mr.- Blakeleyjand -his five
sons' ages total 334 years. '
Now most wise people are buy
ing them, arly. "-. . - '
NEWS BRIEFS . .
' n w
(Contiane from pt .)
that each be accompanied by $100
deposit, to be returned in ease the
boy Is' not chosen.. The trip wm
todtrde'nglanVl, Scotland, ''Norr
way, Finland. Sweden, Denmark,
Germany,; Holland, f Itelginro and
France. . The tritr will i tart June
26 and will - end 'Septemberr 6,
Hanksaving Guests . :ti
Mr. and Jtfrs. H. H. Vandevort
had as their-guests for Thanks
giving and over .the week-end Miss
Mary Smith and Mrs. John Haas
of Portland. ." - . " :
to the darkness, combined with
the low level of the river at this
time of the; year slowed the run
considerably It was scheduled to
return the same day. -
Revivals Popular : ; :)
: Despite the storm a large Mon
day' night -audience greeted -the
Stivers t Evangelistic company t
the Court Street Christian-church.
Evangelist '. Stivers spoke . on
"Amusing Excuses. - Tonight '-the
How to Get It? ; How to-' Use It!"
Lorraine Stivers, song; leader and
soloist, will render saw solos. This
feature of his services is' drawing
the music lovers. ;y finnday rnight
nearly a "packed house greeted the
evangelists. "Mrs. RuthT Stivers
pantomimed the iamiliari'hymn.
?Iy 5 Faith Looka - Up to1 Thee,
while her husband was singing.
The next" annual ' state older
boys', conference is'toe" hld at
Salem, members, of the conference
held this year at McM inn ville hav
ing ' accepted the Invitation T ex
tended -.by .Hugh Shattuc , of the
Salem delegation, to be guests: of
this Ity next year. William East
of; this city secretary of the-con
ference this year, was elected vice
president 'for next year. There
were 300, boys; from all over the
state at the conference, . out . of
which! boya and three leaders
were from Salem.
Mortuary. Rev." Robertson; who
was but 45 years of age, is sur
vived by . his son, David Dayton,
who. lives with his . grandmotber,
Mrs. Hattie Dayton, at 415 North
Capitol street. ' v "
Krapa has been leaching In" her
place. ' ' - ." " '
Sax Sax Saxophoue
And all kinds of band instru
ment repairing. e Parts for instru-
The picture showing was Ramon
Novarro in "The Midshipman.
inenta made to order gold or sil-J section- was - reserved for them
ver plated. Cleaning and 'replat
Inggold or silver . plated instru
ments, prompt service, reason
able prices, guaranteed work.
Duke's Musical Instrument Repair
Shop, room 3, McCornack Bldg.
Over- Miller's. dl
. -. Tha Northwestern, river steam
er owned and" "operated" by - the
Salem Navigation company. ar
rived -'ilttV Salem & early " Monday
morning- after -fcavinymade-the
trip frojn" Portland In 1 4 hours
This is - about - four hours longer
than Is usually taken for the run,'
but" it. ia reported .that hitting In-.
STflNDflRDiZCD iCflSH STORES
W1 v.-: s-
The' thrifty hbmek'eeper the purthasuig Agent of the home, mtist: keep : well
infoxTnedbf Uie-p meats If she i is; to receive; Mlvalue for
veveiy. dollar that'is spent VOurf prices Are used as a basis for comparison by the
people of thc erev territory; co
fsbn 6ur:businW has giro
Oregbn Jn sales volume.
QualcerBraiid Pure' Gahe
Wood Contract Awarded
, Thewood. cutting! contract, tor.
the county was let Monday to Del
bert JHart & Son, local contractors.
By t the contract the cutters agree
to cut'the wood on county proper
ty at 'Hopmere for Jl.50 a cord.
It is: estimated that 2"S'cords will
be used for, the court house, poor
farm and tool house this' year.
Bids for hauling the wood will be
called for at a later date.
Census Is Completel f ' i
Complete returns ..of the school
census were given out yesterday.
Mr. Mam - who took the - census.
reports that there. are 5727 oer-
sons in Salem.or school, district
No. Zi, betwen? the ages iof 4
years and 20 years. This; is 280
more than revealed, by, the" census
last;year, when'5447 were Tnum
bered. For each individual of this
age the school district- receives
about. 11,5 frem the" state fund
and about $9 from the county
OXG Members Are Guests
At the Heilig theater last night
77 members of Company F, Salem
unit of the Oregon national guard,
were guests of Archie Holt, mana
ger of the theater. They marched
Into' the theater where- a special
Robertson to be. Burled Here '
Rev. John Robertson, late pas
tor of the .Methodist church - of
Pomeroy, ,Wash who was well
known In this city and . who died
recently in Pomeroy of ter a short
illness, ; is-io be -interred in the
Odd Fellows cemetery of Salem.
Services will be' "held-this, after
noon at 2! o'clock' at the. RIgdon
Veterans to Meet
A meeting of the Marion County
Veterans' association is called for
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock
in McCornack hall, according' to
announcement made Monday. Polk
county members have been extend
ed. an invitation to participate in
Miss- Anna Johnson." instructor
ait the-Parrish junior high school,
has been ill for the past fewldays
During her absence-Mrs. Sylvia
Hearing Is Set
A justice court hearing of the
charge of contributing to the de
linquency of a minor, preferred
against, L. J. Lucas of. Salem, has
been, set . for Wednesday morning
at 10 o'clock by Brazier C. Small,
justice of the peace.
from Clackamas county, one from
Lincoln county,- one from Wash-?
ington county and "'three from
i-inn county, tacn aiuoent pay
approximately aau a scaooi yea
This realises for - the city- acixcn
board an Income this year fn
this source of tuition. $32,220.
Frisoaer RctHmed - .
- Governor, Pierce yesterday sign
edpapera authorizing the extra-''
dltlon of Charles WHcher, 1 who (
escaned' recentlv from ' the tenU
Untlaxy. at San .QuenUn. Witcher ,
la , under- arrest al Roseburg. jrAn
officer from California jeft; here
tonight. :for. RoBeburg in auest f
the pisoner. -' - '
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r - n
Case Is Continued
The case against G. W. Hayes
of Aumsville, charged with obtain
ing .money; under false pretenses,
was' continued in justice court yes
terday, under motion of the de
fendant. No date has been set for
Tuition Report Made ,
So . far this . school . year 338
students are registered in the Sa
lem high school who are subject
to tuition. All those students out
side of school district No.24,' or
Salem1 must pay tuition. .Of 'this
number 2S0 are from Marion
county,-72 froja Polk county, one
Cold demand cramme h form
does not affect the bead. Tbt tow H4J
; They demand a hxativci Cucarau the r
best we know. - ' ; -J,.
They demand tonka. bd Hiffi eontaioa . . .
'- Hill's stops a cold in 14 hoursT It stops
fever and beaaaebc. n preau gnppe in
Then be sure vouert the Bmnae, pro veJ
fur 1 .tnn 1 Yrni canrr a9brd to taie
CelKcd Eox trnhxrtrilt t ,
100 lb. sack ;
'C H. Pure i'dane .
t-Xi'ttle: finer! graJrifid 'tttui ,
LQiiakef Sogar ,
. ;-S5;S9 ' " '
Gem'Nut - ;
' - t-r yjt-'
f " . 1.1b s
Z 1 sba Missiorv-Bell1: 1 Oc
1 bar mite King.5c
All 5f or 49c
" Cryatal White
2S liars . ' i ,
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AvUJ:Sl Inipected Meats cut and diiplayed contmuously in the J v ;
f Fresh" Meat Department ; ' : ; V
CORNES CbtJRT AND COERCIAL;. ' TELEPHONES .455-456
A Gift everyone
will enjoy every
day in the year.
We have displayed in oiir
w i ri d o w s a- wonderful
collection of the best val
- ues money can buy.
Mohair, velour and tap
estry co ver i riffs,, hard
wood frames, 5 full 'web
construction, NacKm a n
spiring cushions. -.-ir
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Very strongly' built
with reversible A
rt ana xnair
. v Keversible cushions. "A very
, Steel Cut Velour ,
Davenport 5 j
:TIiis would make a wonderful Girist-i
1 jnas gift for the family
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