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WEDNESDAY UOPvNING, MARCH 17, 100a
27th, Annual Convention to
- Be Held at Turner. oft ,
. r.'Mtfrch 19 to 20 1
.Th 27th annual convention of
the Marion County Sunday School
Council of Religious s Education
will - be held at the j Christian
church. Turner, Oregon, on March
13 to 20. Tho program follows
Friday. March 191:30 p. m.--
Scng service,. U.(J. Klruber; devo-
tlonal service. Rev. G. W. Pogue;
church school 'institute, theme.
Revelation"; children's division,
Mrs ; Henry. .. Harnett,! chairman,
Mrs. C. W. Pogne, Mrs. Clara
- Essen ; young people's; division,
Walter Peterson. . chairman, Glen
. McClellan; Mrs. Jean MJ Johnson;
address, W. .TV." Mllllken, D. IX;
j address, Mrs. Jean MV Johnson.
4..- o'clock Registration and t as-
" signment. 6, , convention dinner.
. 7.: 30, devotional service, I. M
Stout; address, W. T. Milliken, D.
- P.; address, Governor Walter M.
Pierce. t .
Saturday. S:S0 Song service,
' B. J. Klmber; devotional service.
Rev. Hugh ; McCullum; church
i school Institute, theme. "Obliga
tion"; children's division, Mrs.
George, ft chairman, Mtea Hazel
BoneS; Mrs.' Clara Essen; "young
people's division. Mrs. H. S. Bond,
chairman, Mrs. T.'C. Delxell, Rev.
C. W. Pogue; adult division, I, M.
v Stout, Rev. Norman Tally, D. D.;
special music, Turner Sunday
. School; convention ; sermon, Rev.
Norman Tully, D. D. noon, ban
quet and annual county business
meeting.. ,, '. 'V - -hi 1-4-: ;
Saturday, 1:30 p. m. Song
- service, B. J.' Klmber;! devotional
"service, Rev. J, M. Shelley; chnreh
. school institute, theme,, "Destina
, tlon"; children's division, Mrs. H
J.. Rowe, chairman, Mrs. H. P.
Shanks, Mrs. Clara Essen; young
, people's ' division, MrS. E. C.
Downine. chairman. Mrs. Pern
"Wells Daugherty, B. J Klmber;
adult division Mrs. Claude Boone,
chairman,4 Prof. O. V. White, Rev,
J. Willard De Toe; address. Rev.
J. Willard De Yoe; closing talks
by - Mrs. Clara Essen .'and Mrs.
Jean M. Johnsoni . i i
Official directory: State offic
ers A FV:Bittner, state presi
dent; E. .W. Peterson,' Secretary;
Mrs. , Jean M. Johnson, general
fc secretary, TM CA bldg.? ; Portland.
District officers Chas, Cady,
president, and LeUa Armstrong,
sec-treas.., Hayesville; John Cala-
van. president, and Ethel Klempe,
ec.-treas ; Jefferson ; Mrs. Delia
Overton, president, and Mrs. Xarv
son, .sec-treas., North! Marion
county; E. Steward,; president,
And Mrs. Lesta Bates, sec-treas..
Red Hills; Ivan Hadley, president,
and Mr 8. EV Downing, sec-treas:,
Santiam; Mrs. J. Nan Cleave,
president and Mary Egan, sec
. treas., Sllverton., c k- '. !
' County officers Fred de Vries,
president ; . Glen McClellan, vice
president; 4 Alice Jaquet, sec-
treas.; Mrs. P. L. BlacKerby, ad
ministrative supt.;' Mrs. Fern
VWella Daugherty, young people's
division supt.; Mrs. H. F. Shanks,
. children's, division - supt. ; - B. F.
Klmber, county YMCA,! director
religious education. iff2 .. !
, Committees :,. Nominating All
district officers, Sunday school
'superintendents , and pastors . of
Marion county, O. Y. White, chair
man. Entertainment Mrs. FV C.
Gunning and Mrs. M. O.I Pearson.
.Banquet Mrs. , G. A. . McKay,
chairman. Resolution H. F.
Shanks, chairman. ' j
"JOANNA" SCORES AT THE OREGON
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Dorothy Mackaill, i beautiful
blond film queen, is her most en
chanting self in her latest picture,
MJoanna,; seen for the first time
last night at the Oregon theatre.
-Miss Mackalll, whi represents
all that is fresh and- spirited In
the modern girl. Is cast in a role
that brings out the full play of
these delighttnl attributes. Ac
cording to the story of Joanna,"
the young4 film star, impersonat
ing ft dresa model, is given a mil
Don dollars with the injunction to
spend it as she sees fit.'
, , She la not, told -where the mil-
PUT CREAM in NOSE
AND STOP CATARRH
Tells IIow To Open Clogsred
Nstrils and End Head-Coida.'
V' You ' feel fine in a few' moments.
Your cold in head or catarrh will be
pone.- Your closed nostrils will open.
The air passages of four 'head will
c'.ear and you can breathe freely. No
more dullnes. headache; no hawking
' 6nuSling, mucous ditichargips or dry
ness ; no struggling for breath at night.
T-U your dru?r jist you want a small
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a
littie of tbia fragrant, aatiaeptio
cream in your nostrils, let ii penetrate
through every air passage of the bead ;
eoothe and -.hesl the awoUen. inflamed
mucou membrane, and relief cornea
instantly. . ' , ' ... - . .
It i ut ! what 'eveT7'eold "and
catarrh safferer need a. Don't stay
f ti-ed-up and mi3cr?..i 1 .
If you are a girl, what would you do with a million dollars ?
This rather important,; if. far-fetched question is answered
fittingly in "Joanna," now playing at ,the Oregon theatre.
Dorothy Mackaill is featured in the -production, a story of a
little dresa model "coming in" to a million dollars to spend as
she sees fit. --t'l h
Hon dollars- comes from. ) Later,
after she has spent it all in a hec
tic hitting of the high spots, she
discovers ( that she has .been the
pawn in a ': wager ; between two
magnates relative to the ability of
a modern girl to live a fine life
even if, given the wherewithal to
'purchase ; the luxuries that her
heart craves. f f It is ' unnecessary
to state that the little' dress toodel
pulls through and with flying
colors. . . ) .. . -
Too much praise 'cannot be be
stowed upon Miss Mackaill for her
-flawless characterization. There
are times when her performance
makes the heart leap with joy.
- Excellent support Is given the
lovely actress by Jack Mulhall,
who is co-featured with her. No
finer delineation of . a clean-cut
youth could be Imagined than that
given by this young man. Included
in the supportnlg cast are George
Fawcett, Lillian Langdon, John T.
Murray, and Edwards, Davis. ,
Two promising , newcomers
made their film debut in the; pic
ture last night, 4 They were Rita
Carewe, daughter of Edwin Care
we, who ; produced ' and directed
the picture, and Dolores del -Rio.
To all indications. "Joanna" is
a winner. It is surely one of Ed
win Carewe's ; best productions,
and that's saying a great deal.
HEILIG THEATRE TO
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"The Auction Block,". Star
ring Charles Rayr Drama
of the South
With "The Auction Block," the
attraction , at the Ileillg theatre.
Hobart Henley returns to the
small town atmosphere . of the
early productions which made-him
famous. . It was ""The Flirt" and
"The TurmollV both ' Booth Tark
ington stories, : that brought this
director's" talent to the public's
attentioh.. ,l,"M!r;'."i . ,'ii:v:,i:
Most of the story of "The-Auc
tion Block": takes'"' place in. the
small : town - of Palmdale,- f South
Carolina. It contains all the pet
ty jealousies, the undercurrents of
ill-feeling, as well , as , the - good-
heartedness and 'generosity, of a
small to wn . and as Henley : dem
onstrated with The Flirt," he is
particularly,, capable of " transfer
ring this atmosphere to 'pictures,
.i Charles Bay, plays r the. part of
the city man. Instead of the coun
try boob for i& change, and Elean-?
or Board man is' featured with him
as "Lorelei Knight": in JthisiMet-ro-GoIdwyn-Mayfcr
picture, f f Sally
0"Neil, i - Ernest m Gillen, Charles
Clary, David Torrertce, James Cor
rigan, Forrest I Seabury and .Ne
Sparks complete .the "cast. Fred
eric and Fanny Hatton ' adapted
the Hex Beach novel to' the screen
for production by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
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ROADS BID FOR PROPERTY
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KLAMATH' FALLS - PltOPKBTY
WANTED A9 Di:iX)T:iT23 .
tures that adorn the walls. An
attractive water color was the gift
!of Mrs. Ralph Cooley, while Mrs.
Roy Burton and Mrs, S. M. Endi
cott have-likewise made Interest
ing contributlos. A photograph
of the Circuit Rider, statue, with
the words of the poem eincluded
in the panel, was the interesting
gift of the Gunnel & lobb studio,
through the person of Miss Kath
ryn Gunnell. Robert C. . Paulus,
in presenting ' two Jscente photo
graphs, taken on tho Oregon coast,
has 'contributed in : a distinctive
way to the beauty of the walls.
"The Eternal Conflict" and 'The
Sentineu by the Sea" are the titles
of the; enlargements. ' Daring the
afternoon's, desk lamp, and cord,
the gift of a club : member, was
acknowledged."" , - i
An enjoyable 'musical, program
was featured, including a vocal
solo by Arbutus Rudy, with Lena
Medler at the piano, J and an in
strumental duet on the piano and
trombone: by . Moodyand Esthel
Benner.. t k 'J:
Plans were made daring the
afternoon -for i large brldgo ben
efit on April .?, while' announce
ment was also made of the plant
sale that will be conducted on Sat
urday under the direction of the
garden dlalou of the fine arts
denartmenC. At tiia firarden sale
this week .plants will be offered at
a nominal Tee from, some of the
most beautiful gardens in Salem. -
; A group of , interesting, reports
were Jieard during. the afternoon.
Mrs. Walter L. Spaulding, chair
man of the -hospital committee,
telling of the ..work of her group;
Mrs. C. F. Brelthaupt, of the Am
ericanization committee, reporting,
and Mrs. J. H. Brewer telling of
the specific objects , and accom
plishments of the American, home
department as developed through
the national department. :. - -
. The club house was particularly
lovely on Saturday, many baskets
of spring flowers, placed -under the
direction of Mrs. Roy Burton, add
ing charm to the rooms.
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KLAMATH FALLS, Or., March
16.t-( By Associated Press. )'--The
Central Pacific and Oregon Trunk
railways have submitted bids to
talling $61,635 for eight acres of
land. here now used as a city: park.
The Central Paciae. Southern Pa
cific subsidiary bkl " on ; six acre3
and : the Oregon: Trunk oa .two.
The laad la to be .used as a depot '
altfl nv th( rftai1a ' Thn if r frmn. i
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f-AdT.cil will meet to consider the tids. If
- -"ls in daily use by-hospitals I
- - for . relieving patients in
" cases of bruises, aches,
v lamenessy "sore muscles,
- . stiff Joints,etc.
Pint Bottle' ffn
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Perry Drur Store
115 Lu ia llil; C i i L-l Cl.
Before the month-ends an open
meeting is planned by Mrs. W.E.
Crews committee on Internation
al Relations, to take' place at the
club house,. . . . -
Ai'xifiarir to Give Dance
.American Legion Auxiliary, of
C-flfMtsi Post 9, wilt felve a dance
next Monday, March. 22, at Mc-
tJoruuck hail. ' The publle is in-
vilod. At a recent mrctine dia-
'cussion of this gear's poppy sale.
I.mI : to tho namiag of Mrs. II. II.
White, as chnirtnan in'.cliarge.
BRiDGE VVORK IS RUSHED
HIGHWAY STI tUCTtT? 1Z IS T
fiPAY SOO-FOOT GORGK
4 BKND,.Gr,', March 1L- (By As
sociated Press Steel for the
Crocked v River bridge, on The
Dalles-California highway at Trail
Crossing, Is being swung acroBs
the;rlyer now, and it - is expected
that the tjridge will be completed
bi' June 1, according to engineers:
, The bridge will span the 300
CoQt' g"orgo over the Crooked River
at Trail Crossing which has been
tbe scene of many accidents Ih the
last, few years. , It is creating an
unusual amount of Interest now
because of the height said to be
the greatest of any. bridge in the
world. ' . 1
FASCISTS OjJ TRIAL
Death of Sopialist Deputy Is
Probed; Death Said Duel
' to Excitement
CIUCTl. Italy, March 1C. (By
Associated Press. Testifying In
the court 'of assizes today as to
:iic ailesroHl tnurder of the social
Lit deputy. Giacomo MatteottUin
ID 5 4, - Amerigo I)unlnir one of a
gronyi fif five fascist! charged with
tho crime, declared that Matteotti
was kidnapped June 10, 1924, on
unpremeditated impulse and died
a short time later from a; pulmon
ary ; hemorrhage brought on by
excitement. ! ' t .
Matteotti's bpdy was found two
months after his death in a shal
low grave, and a medical exami
nation at the time seemed to indi
cate that he had died from in
juries. ..The other of the accused men
admitted their presence in Rome
on the day of Matteotti's disap
pearance but denied, without Quali
fication that "they, bad any' part
j"- ... LfV;t." .'
In the presence I a great crowd
of fascist dlrnitarleiv and'Italian
and . foreign . .newspapermen.
Duminl. with a calmness border
ing on ''open cynicism, maintained
that he was pat culTty of murder
and that, instead, Mctteottl, If he
had not 'died, .wouid'be.' here de
fending himself against the charge
of complicity , in the'raiirder of the
fascist Nicola - Bbhservlzl, in
France la 1023
While . watching f Matteotti's
house, Duminl test if tod, the sigh
of the socialist deputy gave him
an irresistible desire to learn the
circumstances of j Bonservlzi's
death,5 Thereuponj alone and
without .premeditation, he kid
napped him. J :
He made complete denial of all
the findings of the : legal Investi
gation as to the facts in,,tho case,
which he declared faro not seri
qus or accurate" and brushed
aside without", complete answers
tho court's questions embodying
the fact , that Matteotti did not
suffer from phthisis (tuberculo
sis) which it had. been asserted by
the witness was the cause of the
LAUNCH BUILDING MOVE
TKS MILLION DOLLAR . PRO
4. GKA3I ?APPED VOll TEXAS
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A AUSTIN Texas March "1(6.
(By ARSoctated Tress) v Initial
steps toward- launching a J10,
000,000 building program for the
;nivrsity ,or Texas were taken by
the Ijoard of regents' of the insti
tution meeting here today.
Fast - :
TODAY -i- THURSDAY SATURDAY
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-irt J3l -. '. t 1
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