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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1926)
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" i.RSSOM TRXT-f John I : l-l 8.
? a rap tbtLpd Xl'9U.aiuAiK us
itnnrf tMnckl Jlis glory.. itta
rlory pi tho onlF''boc-otipn'nfp lh
rlhr) foil of rracftimd truth;-
John J: 1. - : o "
,:'wn!i i of mis quarter, era
jakens from ti Cook of Jo4n;
. Riving as anopportnnUf s teatn
fctf to; present thereat nfeSage'
ttrtxa ?ooy tn; teaching tfceteftspaa
lh eat her" must get John's cen
1 ta' purpose and ' bend cbery.Jes-
o if- MlappUythe writer has
Plainly declared It ia'chapter $9i
30, 5U If fc twofold. 1. To prove
thatrJeRO Is the Chrlat."tiw?ron
of .rGod.: Tn how that eternal
lifer la "lb be obtained through
failk In IllOT.vWita thU twofold
object I before blia; John proceeds
lawyer-like; to lay dow'n bis pro
lpUlon and jhen 'to . Introduce
hta witnesses, Jo.-to fes
tahll.sh thenii. "The section for tour
lesson is the prologue to the fios
lf according to John. j. "
I. The- Pro-distant Wortlfvv.
1H . f . t-f .
' The Internal Son is called it he
Word of God because He Is ithe
txKioa of Ctod to! mani fie ia
theifone, wb tUr t imef hej
r aer wm 'iB- only bcRotten
Hon, wtWtf ft "In he los"ora""oTne
FajhwriUe.1, uaUi declared Him'.'
jlj 1 8 Li, Observe:.
; Tno, Son- Is a t Person Separ-
ato From the Father. .
4,;nerer isnt ine Eame timpi an
insnpafable union existing .be
tween them, .. x.
; ; i. Son' U , fifcrsi)C-
II was with Rod In tho begin-
; Vila. H 4did not- begin to each
i w ttw the bea venH and the earth
, w6re created, neither did He fbe
-nw; tlm Kou atIIU baptism: If ot
' He was before alt things ( Col.
; -1:17). ;- . -
., :3. The Sob I IWf Inn.
I a The Word was G od. Hv la a
in equal with Cod and one in
r.eiire iwith IUra. '.. ,
-4. The Word Of God is the Om
. nlpolent Creator.
.Ky I rim weTt alt things made,
tbiv world' and all 'things therein.
The -one Who died , to redecin
m.nde ns. - v . . v"
" 5. The ' Word of Ood Is
Source! of ' All klfe.w 2 v -
v He ia tho'eternaj fountain from
wlikhiall life has -.been 'derived.'
- . The. Word of God l Is 'the
' Light ot-Men' .",
. plan's power to reason has cme
from Hint Th -conscience, and
y even the Illumination "of 'the Holy
If, "The VH'm ,ttltuI .To
r 1 1 Men are-, In.nsibtt to ' the
rrtsorxcr of'the'True Light -(vv!
':iif';) ' :
' -1.0. .4?nsf, ! '.'s?.ftjra.nfiii.'''.(
m a n kin d tha t , t iio, irefenco" of"t he
vo.ly Ixrd of Glory is unrocog
TilKpd.i Christ- not onry' rtade' the
world buti wa in th world f1rect
ing!iand. Kavernlng-th whole ere
atUn before the. incarnation. lie
Is-' the preserver ;of alt its forces
anc; interests. Heine thus unrev
'ognlzed, Ood In Ills grac sent
John the Ba'ptUt'as a wltnes that
all; !men . misht beliebe - (vv.6,7 ).
Cod was nqls Willing that men
shdaid grope, la. darkness, so He
sent a'man' with a'.trne.testlmonT
to jpoiat out that light to thenj.
iT Tha Desperate Wickedness of
Man's Heart ;Iv. ll.) . v
"The Word - was rejected by the
chosen nat Ion 1 j They would not
recjetve the .' one whom God had
anointed to beTthefr.KInE. . :
. Some Received Christ and
Thus Hecame the Sons - of God
(vil 12,il3).. '
Vhnrth-Ation, rejected Him.
f&lflQ IndivIduaK embrace d JUni
and, ' were' ' clowned heirs of im
mojrtai fiiory. n this section we
ar (' ' bhown ' how men become
ch(Mrcu of God. It Ls not by blood
reunion wiin toe covenant people
"of jblood"; fgraco is not inherit
ed not by the eforts of their
hearts. 'th - will 9f . man; but
of sGod'a work: mauoannot change
himself . neither can one man
change the other,-," ,! .,, 1' ,
III. The Ktci-nal Wonl Itecame
Incaruafe, "31nle FlesJi" (vv.14-
. 3n thise verses we -are taught
t he j Eternal Word liecame the u
canat'e Soli. The eternal Son 'of
Gjd became' man, born of a wom
an. I He passed; through, childhood
and; yoiitn into manhood, lie was
tested; He suffered and died In
order that He might become Iden
tilied with' the race and lift it to
Christ f and '"thtra restore the brpk-
the ' screen,,; "t wh9 a, screen
eejebrit 'la; ljuried,:bl. Other- self
upftn tho film, U buried too,: Just
aveffeeil!y; it seems, av If the
acrW and . bis ceUuUid founter'
part "had been Hxo In the saiflQ
coffin.J"i ' , '
Whtn John Runny.-the popular
comedian of early movie' days,
died, during the height of-; hU
fame,'!! was accepted as tj ioregoe
conclusion by officials of -VI ta
,raph, Jthe company',' which hAd
featured h'im in scores of' produc
tion's", that his motion "picture Im
mortality was assured. Ills 'death
they thought was an opportunity
to demonstrate a great movie mir
acle the power that Is in the' f Urn
tO maKej a man live on Deyona tne
grave, as real, as lifelike to his
audiences as if he never had died.
Swedish prince a Pfjet and
Descriptive Radio Ucturer
STOCKHOLM. The versatility
of weden : poet-priape,; puke
Will lam of Soedermanland; second
son of Cin : Gustav :V, was dem
onstrated by his debut as a radio
reporter. t -? C
v Earlier, in the. year he treatedr
the Swedish radio audience, -with
a 'description of his big game hunt
in'g expieriehces in Iridia, and' Af
rica. UMth all four of ; the Scant
dinavIah'conntries" inned i la on
hi nv he gave a. rad U accou n't of
his parents' visi to Finlaad. when
was a member of the roy-
enl fellowship. This incarnate Son
tabernacled among us.
h Death Goes Market
Value of Movie Stardom
NOLLYWOrinr Cal, Why the
puhJIc will pay " money to read a
dead main's-books, see a dead
man's playa. orlUear a dead man's
. ; . i . . - . ... ...
music, ana yet tnvarianiy win
snurn the acting of a film star
f wh haft died. Is a queatlpn; which
parpiexCsS . mouon picture, proa nc-
' ilrarticularly puzzling. It is when
it ;i considered that the average
filrt fan hever sees; th. ly(as
body, of, hia favorite actor, but only
the) reflection of that' body; updn
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Horsemeat Becomes French
Luxury With Rising Price
PAHIjS. : Horsemeat, formerly
"the. poor man'a-beefsteak." has
becomes French luxury. Scarcity
of butcherable animals is given 'as
tho cane of Hs en'ormou.s increase
in pricej. -
One pound of choice horsemeat
at the local markets recently was
quoted 9.50 francs about forty
cents.; ork chops could be had
for 8.50. roast beef for 9.00 and
mutton 'for 7.50.
Bcsldeg the gradual disappear
ance of horses "o the hoor
available for the markets, a tax
of one franc twenty-five centimes
per pbnhd placed on the meat was
said to! have influenced' higher
prices. ) - V1 "'. '
Horsemeat is . reconvme tided, by
physicians for persons '"suffering
from tuberculosis and 'all diseases
of anaemia ot J the btood. The
sanatorium. ,0t sontheru Franco
"5it havo; boon severely hitjbytSe rise
I riccme Tax Wiped Ouf Stage
Success t of r Ctrl Producer
- ."' - '. ' " V' "
Marion Wilson' made $85,000 on
lertpfmluction o'f "The Ueggars
Ojpera' and lost 0 nil. aud more I
tijo. oit. Tne nrttisn uaiiett. '
T-he ' Income .Ta got the " fi'Trl
producer.! While money was ,?9.U"
iof In, f rom "The jRegKar- Opera.'
Rhfe-'forgot all : "about' the-; Income
ta? i and il Id not; (.lay any of her
money aside. Inrtead she put it
into a new production which was
net a success and when the? tax
cbliectox came around she faced
f So the ambitious producer went
back to work as : an actress. She
danced for a time in a cabaret at
Nice, then joined up with Ben
Greet's Shakespearian players and
has bee.n-playingiall over provin
cial England. j
' "It Is her ambition to become a
comedienne. She never wanted to
beF a producer, but her father ob
jected to her acting and cave her
$5000 to use ia producing.
-1 r -of
the original M.
Cleverness Is that ttaltf.that en
ables a woman who - has -nothing
jto aay ,'it charmingly.
Perique Tobacio Grovying a
;,JPectiliariy touisana Crop
BATON ROUGE, La. In the
parish 'Of St. Jathes, a short way
from New Orleans, is a historic
an3i picturesque itndustry, infini
tesimal in comparison with many
of "the Other bounitifuragricultural
crops of the. state, but which (ls
peculiarly Lonisianian. This Is the
;'Perique tobacco Industry, alone in
the world. .1
First grown miny years ago by
an Acadian whosse name the to
bacco now bears, its cultivation
has been kept ;up continuously
ever since by direct lineal de-
: V- MAKEK MEN
(Jet Ur Nights
. Do you know that! a cent jierventaK1'
of all men of mature years am troulli'l
with Urinary Irritation and disvorder -of
" littl. 0ian4 the Fxtat ! WhfO tfcrs
tiny bnt rrj vital eland begins n
'slpw 'n3r ditrssnsr : ailments
mayarisi. -u-h aa tthib's, reatW
ttfus, freqnont night risintr, scanty, painful
smarting, difficult Urination and som
tiruen lack el control. Hut now at List,
-thre is a praiseworthy treatment for
these annoying Rymptomii. that accordui
o waned JitatpraenUi 1ih broneht sweet
relief 't& man ythiwiBdA; U'h. areniat
is pleasant and perfectly harmless and v
.seemtejly" remarkable in action that fr
a short tint a tibeil " proof of merit"
trial Rite ih beinj offered absolutely ee
tx eontinc-ipeonl f its aoMsioa; effi
eney. ' ABSOLUTELy FREE. Jst
tend yanr'name, addb-ess and ltff to help
pay pout ape and parkinr. and by return
mail you will jtet the liberal-rl paek-aire.-
Act-at once. the: offer may be
made for a khor tkn only. Write today
The Pal mo Ca., Bs.ttla Creak, Mich.
Cultivation,;" Is . confined to a
very .small .area otf"the banks' of
t he M ississippi.' where a - favorable
combination of. soil' and climate la
particularly, adapted to Its growth.
Thisf tobacco, which finds Its chief
use as a. seasoned for mixtures, is
excerdingly strong, with a distinct
flavor and aroma Not many
more than 500 ' acres are given
over to its growth.
Felix Ishiah, the real estate
operator, . said at a banquet, in
"The boom in Florida and Cali
fornia lads is a matter of clim
ate.. The American people at last
realize the beauty of perpetual
summer and perpetual sunshine.
A land where there's no winter!
. "Winter is a clirse even to the
rich, but think what it is to- the
pvjOr! One frosty November night
a young man entered a pool room
with his coat collar turned up and
his hands in his trouser pockets.
Ife had a downcast look, and an
other young man slapped him on
the back and said:
" "Cheer up, Tom! Let's have a
game ox ounarpjS.; JtP-4-ja
, "BiiCTonr sbopV his head, It
. ' 'Thanks,, he; said. blif I doh't
care to play bitliardSj, 'old ma 4
- " 'Come on! , Why not ? . j :
eH ypu see,'! said Tom wtlh
a shiver levery 'time I look at the
X h ree ba 11 n t he table I hey. male e
me think of my overcoat.'
A gentleman visiting a jail
noticed a colored" man of his ac
nuaintance . whom he had neter
known to be guilty of wrong-doiftg.
. !'Whyi Jim. what are you here
for?" he asked:1 I ' tM
'I don'i know, suh." replied the
"Well, what have you been do
ing?" "Xothin 'tall, sub nothlnV
"Well, dey sex, boss. I wn sent
up fur fragrancy."
"Hillsboro Four local investors
will start .610-acre nfuskrat farm
Minor League Officials to
Meet on Catalina Island
ROCK ISLAND, 111. The min
or leagues annual convention this
wiBter will be held on Catalina
island. California, January 12 to
14, and a party of 300 nflicials of
the' smaller' baebaU.jclrcuiit8 i
expected to leave- for the western
tour from -Chicago on January .8.
The national board "ot arbitra
tion will" hold business- sessions
en roxite Ip a-'specialVar. AH offi
cers of thV ' national ; association
are up for election; including the
arbitration board. - The visitor
at the iConvention will help kledi-.
cate Wrigley Field, the new la.se-
ball plant of the, Los Angeles jtoast.
league bapeban ciuo on .January
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DO YOUR EYES WORRY YOU ?
VTpU SHQULP NEVEli IOW --you're wearing
ye glasses. If your glasses make you nervous
and irritable,' see a good optometrist today. Our
gtasses' ee) good to the ; eyes." That's becausea
man who lcriows lenses' aLso knows and fits frames.
v iSpy. ;filfrs aid Optometrists
Salem, Qxk&atf ' V
At : 1$ af putys
Early Spring Styles
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Specially I Priced
These garments are very
recent arrivals arid their
being here 'attests- to
their worthiness. !Those
who re keen; judges of ;
values and who know the
character ofj our - gar
rrtGfitS. T7UI immediately
recognize the values. T
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Many Rich New Colors '
Silk Canton - Crepe "
Splendid Quality ;
466 State Street
PORTLAND SILK SnOP
T 383 'Alder Street
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.'account of. tne holiday season but regardless of tliejjelay this is to be a bigger and
abetter sale than any of our nine otier sales Which baVe beepme the talk of the en
tire valleyl j f It is true Uuft we loose mopey pnprccyy yery shoe, that we sell
i ese sales but we jet a that we ..could not
" get many pUier way and it keeps our stock-fresh andnew,,clpsihg out all the odd
store. - These sales will give you an opportunity: to wear a pair of our high grde
style shoes at exactly half of their actual valued ' If ydu have not -worn our shbes
this is an opportunity for us to proye to you that it paVk'tp bUy good sHos. Get
a pair tor halt, we stand the other half . vi. :'i-iir:: h:..- ; . v -U,.
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the first day, cis the stock is limited to broken lines- Sale lasts only three dnys. 1QQQ pairs
I Pure Sim H0i v Prices that can not&e equalled in fhWwmaihmdltey
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acliePaMtSffa Men's Shoes, Oxfords Ladies' and Menrs
: ':0 Inboth felyand le ism
mMM'rWMiM : PPSM 1 Boys High Top Boots .
, - " 7.00, C.C0 ana Q.QO ykluefSp:aV-' vW.i at'' ; -- 57.00 values, come early and get them go m the half price sale so we ace gomg
striihis crid:fallen Arches adjusted., ,04 not suffer.'.. T will give-jbii i
inc. ia tfjiiicc can uuuw Aii fiticquc i cruropoay ;vsut
il . i" -JF- ..i-' -
Ah c'j f your feet;;
I .1iv fnM -.
the? yeryest: grade qf leather atrn.qeyUU buy
iXe use nothing but
-sr-v' " ' Ttt11 ' f - , ' I i - V r - 'v . ;? SeltYSioe' ' "Z W;ltft
ow'9:0a toS,i3QPlione 616 -"j. -' . "
Mr. Jacobsoni in charge of this department ' is an expert in his linq
-fias'spent years in factories arid repair shops and will do nctWttsfl;;;' .
high crade:wor:2 I a;';v i
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