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Z. . SUNDAIIORNiyG, APRIL, 4qD2a
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lonrt . and a. insist. .;Jj.. nv i
sash, pastor; r evident 11T)8 Lali-8,
pkneI4.M3f Mrs. R. L.. Pntnaflt. Jun
iniK8fr,: Service tl .-? :3d
m-SraoB, ojU w-' JTai jZmy
T" PirHnt: . Th Christ-iana
ObM( W Maio wiR W .famished.' bi
lin. IIwm' ntMtn aad tw-ehoir.
Bandar school at 9:45 Na, -superui-tewrf;
.W. - Cool?. "sAia. ia450 i
tha school. VYiU..ya be on of them t
Christian - Endeavor,-' :3w? f oar, late rest
inx jeeVings (or yooog folks; " This is
tha CMtfr service. Monday. 7:SO p. m.
monthly ' board matiag..at th ehnroh
Indira Aid aoeiety Tanrmday (or -work.
Church - Night Tharsday lo,- frost 7-9
p. as. Volunteers meet 7- Bibl study
an pfrture 8-9. A hearty welcom , t
aft' en.ra and friend ts-eay and all
these1 service. . , ; , , .
: ..i, first -BAPTHXivf-
Liberty and , MarionV:- Ernest -H.
Shanks., pastor; residence Mit N, Lro
ert,.pi&e 1920. terviea II a. m, and.
7 :30 - p. m. Sermon topic, ;- "Esrtir
ChimBM," cantata: "Th Riwa Kii
A.aoofccr. Choir of S5t vwieoaX-, A
splendid aaasical earvtce .laelBding- voral
and Bstrasaeatal selection will also b
ieQ," Sunday eninc. . Sundays achool
at r45. BperiateBdnt" , Ed. Sfbaaie.
Ynr' Peoples' aaeeUnt; at :30. B. X.
P. ?lod'by Groap 1. - Prayer? naetins
servico at 7:S0 TharMayi-aeniax.S .
S5 Farry St. H. E. Caswelf and
Mrs. Caswell, pawtors. fBeeideaea 173- 8.
Cottar SL cboas 1434J. RoBday ichoot
roBaaaa,'at 2 p. si.iaoperintendeBt, MaJ
Royatoa. Lsob for th dy; J. tr.z'
29. 21:15-17. Ooldett taxt, "Betraua
Tbob llast 6eea J4e. tb-. baa bailerad;
blessed aw they that bTe.-nf aaas and
ye Iwura, belierad Jh. SO :29. vAttarBoos
preaehinr serrira at 3 p. -B.' ' -6 a jaot.
f J. I. rnin Knirlie
rrie, 7:90; subject, 'HfKvbt
Walk With a Stranger." rBeaday'?:,
nrayerand praise. - Friday v a-eBir"Bi-bta
.stady- IB Epheslina. Saturday eTen
rnir tha yoanx pebplo hae charg of
their aanriea. A Brslcorao ia' tBe.-taber-BacU
to bU services.
'( ; rrMT EviSOEUCAJBt"
Liberty Bad Center. C. Potinf. p
tori reaideace 485 Cnter, phona 91J.
8arrJcaa at 1 1 a. - bu - aad 7 p.- m.
Sersson topic, "'ResarrectioB t 11 m.;
program bar-Saadty achool In, tao, 'Tem
inaw iusiby ehdlr and rcetr in
evenic'c. Snnday .school Bt- 9:45 " a. ml.
snper in teadent L. L. TThorntoaj - See tor
and -tlatsTmodisto EttdeaTor at 6:30;
Ja-nMrs: bold their serrica a- t . a, . B.
Thorsday oTeaias;, chureh air,hf ; a ",'Get
torether . ateetinc and luncheon; at :30
to 7:30 p. ax.. The Orcroa Annual Con
feraneo will meet in Portland lnt
churrTi May , 1926. , Bishop J. Aamn
lapK I, o( CloeUad,-Ohi, wiH' pffo-
Id. ! ' ' ..
' . .UJU TIDISOS MIBIIOH 4
34SV4 Court St. C. 8. Johnson, paa-
torrHresidvaeo 1935,-pboaB 1917 w
Tieea at a and T:JOt p. at
achool at 2 a: ns: aoDoriatvadeat
key. t-eToanf Peoptea' . . maetinc Friday
aaiar. Week -r serriee Tueadsy,
Thursday and Saturday veaiara, Easter
program ana , raaumimoji . dosuj "hw
boob. ' : '
XJSSXJS METHODIST EPISCOyAl
Kouth Commercial aad II y era. J. Wil
lard Da Toe. pastor; rasideaca; 84o My
, 9 mrx. chona 1B8J. Serrices at 11 a. in.
and ?73 p. at. Eermon topic, ."Tha.
Rises Lord. Tha chora will ataavwo
numbers and'Kisa MeTntiWf wf atat
th? offertory. Sunday school at 945.
anpariatendent A. E. K ho ten. There wiU
oa I . mai ' vnnii nnuoK in i .ww
leapaeo at too beaatifal Jadsoa HU1, with
Jir.and Mra. rrenea. at a o eiocsj ib
mam i nr. No : aTeninr f devatioaal '
Te,V Week- dayaerrice ott Thara.
eraniair at- 7:30. Subject Ho
Best Help Votr' -'Thlie-.Aid' aiilWSweaay 7:30
t Bapadct Church
GREAT EASTER SERVICE
Cantata. TThe ? Risen
' ; sSchnecker-
. Piano and Violin.
Morning Sermon: "Easter
Mnrninor Sprmnn! ''Fastpr 'i V I
, i 1
I J .JJ V. 1VI
A sacred cantata
5 ' J:
THE CHURCHWrraHA HfiART
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1 - - I
5.- p - ....
. Do Ton Believe in jthe ResurrectioQ?
Hear v;tThe ;Empty Tomb' at the
FIRSTf CHRISTIAN i CHURCH
K Resurrection Morriing--Come Early,
GREAT DECISION .DAY":
. , ' . Subject of the Ienir. Serrrrorr:
-The Creed That Needa No Revision" Z
We. want" GOl BIUo Sch.colT
: 500 .Vorshipers to.pirtake of .Communion:
v Special llusic at all services of the .day'" ;
: Easter Anthems ty a t:horu3 cholr?;
at; 2 ewes- lm msiu atr. cboten.
Mr. -PrwOd;- d. (Mr. ,Yiek will u
.S hostense.. Tn. 6anday. aeheoK wUl
give1 their" Easier -program at 7:3 -a.
- 2 -
llMAMET STREET FXS2 MXTHODIfT
Carnae'.ot.!. .-.Wintar," and a .Market
atroeta . Mortimer C. -X3ark,f pato;i
reaidane l22 N., WiltoH-. phona- 1358W.
Services -LI a. a ad.7:aO p. m. Sr--asoa
toptca, "Rapture, and. Resurrection,"
and ,Tha Da WTisitaUoa.", There
will b aoeial. ajaaiaf at all the aerriee
alt day'. Tha Sunday achaol has pre
pared aa Easter prorrata which will bo
held 4 tho Saoda school hoar ia; which
aboat 40 children will, take part. Sua
day achool at" 9:45, -auprinteadeat Dr.
Ew'8- Scata-Toaa People' taoctia
at :3o preceded with a half hoar of
prayW, tupter ,Tae" Horjr1- Spirit - QaaU'
iieti for Leadership." Mrs. Jesse Bart
hatais tho loader. Prayer aietia each
Tlruriklsy eTcniac at 7:30, . Tha rerial
aieetina rh eihhaT been ia proTsr for'
two tweeKs Deen wn tieaaas aaa
err aatisfacaory resalta haT Deen t
tajned. They will close with the sertlea
oa "Ban day oTeainc;. All'ar specially ia
rited to. all; tha" serrieea oa Sunday aad
Itou wilr enjoy, Me splendid spiritual at
ospkr of thUoich,,0B. y coraer't .
. : 6 t W kj' n - ' - f
BOUTS' SAUm. TXTXDS ; -
Commejtlal !b ashincton 8ts.' Carl
Ts Miller; Pastor f rasidenca 1655 8. Lib
ert Ti phon ;13, gerrices at 11 a. av
aad 7:39-. at. ' Srmoa topics. "Eastar
Messsco" Md" Proof of the Rosazroci
tioa." laara. will be special music , at
both serrices. Suaday school at 10 a,
ra , superintendeat B. J. C. Patton.
if -l,oples,TmeUnr 6:30 p. m, Bert
Knlor leader topic "Thou-thts 8ug
I Bested by EBBter.".
hThursdSiy :Str p. a.
, TXBST METHOUIST EPISCOPAL
. Corner of Church and State Sta. Frod
C. . Taytor, - pastor; residence 639 Stat
E?, MitS "Vary Find Icy, office 126 B.
Church attaetd. phoao 872. Serrices at
11 a. m. and 7:39 p. m. Sermon topiea,
T'Jesn. the LlTinJt,8aTior,, Kaight Teai-
aiars. - tha caefcta iU the reaing ; ser
mon. "The, ConoiMst of the Cross."
Adult church- thi smornihe. Special solo
sun by Prof. E. W. Hobson and Easter
anlhBjAv.."CJirtst Triumphant" aad "As
U. Began to. Dawn,. Wesley class meat,
inf. class leader, 8.'.A. Wheelwright. 8an
dsv school at 9:45. saaerinteadeat H. V.
Shaaka.. . All, threeLesrues will meet ia
thoir: raspecUra plages. Monday, Sunday
School Board .meeting in church at 7:30
p.-m.V Wedace, Woman's Home Mission.
ary society. Thursday, it id-week deao
tional erie at 7:30 p. m led by pa-.
Cot CaStr and Chemeketa Sta. Ro.
Martin, . Feraijaatian, minister. Church
school- at 10 a. m (traded instruction,.
Clsss for -those of.'tnrh school and col-
lore-ag'e aadar the direction of the au
periateadent. Mi let McKey. Easter da
rotional serrices at; 11a. m., subject of
the sermon. "Immortal Life." Tha Son
day acnoot rheraa will sing; two antheraa,
"Eastern Bells" and "The Blue Bird
Told the Story, a Mrs. Martin Fere&ho
tiaa will sins;, as a. solo, "Hosaaaa" by
-ranier1. - Mrsu Wv, A. Denton at tho
qrtran. . On Tuesday the National presi
dent ct the Wotaan'a Alliance, Mrs. l.
Galajrher ot Boston. Mas., will be with
ua.; Further ntic ia- the, papers. Thurs
day erenint "the rerular session ot"" the
Emerson club at the parionag at ; 8
, THX HAT.V4TTOKt AXMT .
areet thee with., our lore rand our ob
XatioB brinr, to lay them at the feet of
H im ahoTew, oar jisea savior King, snn
day aiora-tErr holiness meetinr at 11
o'clock, 8undsy school art 2 :30 eoetoat
aearinth ead; all-Wys aad rttls inaited.
Xdunr? Peoples' . Lesfiotu 5:30, eepeciaUr
rot 'tbe young:. spaclal Caster aernce
DAY V$. Ii
" . : Center and liberty -RnVi
CHARLES E: WARD
Out of Darkness"
by double' quartet
V. v" Iiwi i to. ld A Lca natilas
Mby - xtrl sis. week! Id., ;
services aa Tuaada Thtttsd
nrday f the-- ooming-wesVt
ay and -JS
a p. tav- .
Semces at 11 a. mjmd,7:io p., ax. Jer
koa topU Endlesa Life'r aio-i jJvcfod
cantata. "Light Out af Darkness" by
Gaipel, p. m. At .the maraiBr worship
tk doflblrf ouartet wUl si at -Unfold Ye
Portal from Tha ttademptoo,- by Goun
od, BuBdar achool at 10 o'clock, M. D.
MeCallister, superintendent; Midweek
Bible tddjr-w4 arayeri. ajeetiaa; ' Thara-
asy -1 :ou. i se uospei oi tiuae wm w
the. topic of study this week. Lot every
Huaday scaooi ana-coarca.- At ib exen-1
beaatifal. cantata, i T members of the I
giinti ara jaisa cts asnun. jsra. z-nii
. . . . . . . . . k a . w i w
Newtaeyer, sopranos ; Mrs. J. J. Roberts,
Mrs. John La. altos; WillUm .MeUil-
chnst, Charles M us ton, tenors 1 Albert I
Wiile, tl. w. tsrosa. oasfc
JASOK' IXB 'IIEIIOEIAL M.
Korth' Winter St. at Jeffenoa Are,
Thosaas Achotioa,, pastor;; Gilbert : Wrean,
aaaiiLtant In .ham nf fha Jnnior ehurcn.
The spirit aad the nirssare of h
Easter season will hare (all sway, ia all
the service.- of , thia chorea on the. eom-
ioc Lord's. da r. We are- inritinr -the
puhlievta share with as the follow ins:
aerTices. ,aasurtnr all who tteod a -glad
welcome: Sun-rile aerriee S a. sa., fol-
hrwed l r (oHowship fjreakfaai. down
stair. Easter protrara by the church
achool " in' the auditorium beginning
promptly at 9:80 a. m. -Please note the
ehanicav to 0t:30- Parent deairina infant
baptism for their children are invited to
preseat tbeta nruz tills Boar. - rsoac
worahoip. at.. IX a, as. with Easter meaaace
by the p&tor. New member will be re-
cniraa inta u outran at tnia Jtoae. l aia
will, be a, "delitthtfal hour, for all w are
aura. A narsery . is provided to : take
car of ! babies and litUa .children where
it ia so. desired. ; Xeaag people meet at
6:30 p. a. for Epwort h Learu dawotioa-
ai serrices. Three chapters meet ut. sep
arata, rooms. ' Young- people invited. An
faster pareaat entitled Ihe uaybreak
will b pseaented -by a 'oast of 50 -per
sons at the hour of the eveniar sarrica.
A fitting climax to a full. day. ' Beside
we caoir wiu eanen ine aervicea oi ine
th day with Easter music. Welcome to
FIRST TJNTTXD S ESTHERS'
1155 Mission St. A. S, Henderson,
pattor; residence 1155 Mission St.. phone
IS103VV. Serrices 7:30 p. m. A abort
pracraas will b rendered by the Snaday
acBool easter sermon following, if time
permits Sunday school at ' 10 ; as&embty
for claa record only, aeperiatendent- .
w. rounr. u. a. v. ti. o-.so. a- splen
did Easter topic for the evening. Nettie
J. Tibbet. leader. Old. time, nrarer ser
rices, where the power- of God is felt.
eacn vteancsasy evenmc 7:30, nn. tii-
day,. leader. Ladies Aid Tuesday after
noon, at, 1:30 at the Darsonaa-e. A cor
dial invitation extended the ladies.
. TXRBT CHRISTIAN
Center and Hirht Sta. E. C. Whitak
er..pastoj-L phone 294: Vivian G. Whit.-
lerr assistant pastor: restdeace 444. IN.
Winter St., phono 481W. Services at 11
aa. tn vA " f74feir v na CnaaaAtl mav4,ai
aw wii . eaaava, . aw au wai suusi w lutvui
"The Empty Tomb" and "The Creed
that Needs No Revsfion. Easter anthems
st both aerrico by a ehoru choir. Son
day -achool at- 0:45; our aiua for Bible
school thia Sunday 601. Arrsngemenls
have been made for many' cars to bring
to our Bible school the elderly members.
lhe oldest member present will be roe
-ognized in a special way. There will be
special music and an interesting': program.
Young Peoples meeting at 6:30. Senior
C. E. will have Easter program. Five
girls will pantomine "Must Jesus Bear
the Cross Alone.", Thelma LaDuke will
sing- "Calvary,"- 'Irra Leach -and Roe
Weatfall will sing "Welcome Spring"
and there will be several interesting
SEVENTH DAT ADVENT! ST
Corner Fifth and Gaines. N. Salem.
Sabbath school convene at the, usual
boajr. Mrs. J A.'- Harmer is the super
intendent. A class for every age. Preach
ing at 11:30. The service will be ia
char re of the Missionary Volunteers.
r Hernial- prayer meeting Wednesday.
Subject for the Sunday night lecture
wiu be, "Does the Bible tell us, when
Justinian's decree, that, the pope should
be ' corrector of heretic would po into
effect! And bow long it to last f ' ' . The
interest and lattendaaoe. at. theae lectures
is good-. They are- different. Something
to think about. Singing Degms at, 7: 30
m Come and bring your friend. N
loth aad Mill Sta. Patrik Dahlia,
pastor; reaideaee 2095 Trade St., phone
3777,. Service at 11 a. m. and H p. m
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., superin
tendeat., the pastor. Prayer meeting
Thursday 7:30 p. m. You are eoreUaliy
invited to our serrices.
On Church street between Chemeketa
and Center Sta. Norman Kendall ,Tnlly,
D. D nastor. 9:30-a. m. Easter i pro?
gram in ot unuay scnoot. intra win
be no class session and' tho- entire -achool
Uc iP. coAiTo:.
morning worship. Sermon, 'ImaHrtal-
ity" by Dr. Tnlly. Anthem, "Why Seek-
Ye the Liring Among the Dead!" Organ
numbers: "Jubilate Deo" ("crown
Dawn.' Claussman : and ' 'Ea'ster Day.' '
Loret. New members will be received
and elder installed at this service. 5 p.
m.. Easter resper service. See complete
program elsewhere in thia paperi The
regular evening worabip aad tnere win
bo no -7:30 ser vice at the church. 6 p.
m.. Younr 1' eon lea societies. Senior. A
vanee Intermediate aad Intermediate.
Monday, 7:30 p. m., monthly meeting ot
tha aetaioa at tho cuureh.i y
CEKTEE STEEET METHODIST
13th and Center tits. A. F. Hilmer,
pastor;- residence 684 N. Winter, phone
690 w. Servteo. at 11 a. m. and p.
Sermon' topics. "Roaulta and Benefits of
Christ' Reaazrection" and "The Risen
Lord." Sondav aohoot convenes at 10.
superintendent H. II. Grallap. KpwOrth
Larne at 7:15. The evening servica. is
nesdaTn's CQnrnMwm. Ti
are cordially iSrtted to attens these ser -
pastor; residence 245 s. 19th st. phoaejJohn Ingatas headed the firm, the
1924J. A anarise prayer meetinx 5 an .konM.r.nf '! hnatrtaaOL4vi !
Si80 in charge of the Senior Christian
Endeavor society. The 8nndarTsehool
wijl reader a; Easter prom entmea
uisier vice iv m.
graja ia bo take the place or the mora-
inir Rnndar achoor session, in tae -aai-
er mominr iservif at 11 a'tloek, the
choir will' stn rs. 'Blow, ; IBolden Trumpeta, I
Blow, Chaffta. Easter sermon -on "Tho
Imoahia of the Kenarroction." In the
evening aerviee at 7:30 th chorun chore I
will aing the cantata 'Our Living Lord"
by Ira Wilawtt.
fTAa-rtscSAPtl; TJi B.
17th aaa Nabraslta Ave.1 P. C. Hoff
man. pastor' roudeoca . 1743 Nebraska
Ira. Service at II tu a, and 7:30 p. m.
Bonus tonics "EteraaJ Life" and
"Great fiairate. 8?5r 4ehgL
brourh. Jnnior and Senior meetings at
:80-p. U .Oaadlea Aid society Wednes
day: afternoon.- ; . Pray -meeting aad
Bible ratady Tharaday evening.
fi w4MriiH'w,-AtrrS ATROLTtf
'K The. ',V.i ;-,- par. Myrtle
..4 TT!kI.f A.- Phona-1374. Masses
on EaMor-eanday a s and io :so o'clock.
fW,aV wwllV l tiit"SI
1 DO CJaca Bl will. bjb. tow un
with! tha children's choir singing Easter
hymn. The lata tnasa 'will be s high
na wUh.'aermon by the- pastor. Bea-
odieHoa- of th Moa-a- Bin td. eacrament
will be riven -imaediataly-aner tae lata
mas and therefor there will be) no -
tag devotooeis. -Bias ounnir' me, wow
will tui HiMlrtt 8 oVlotk.
meeUar which have ba in prorrets for
intt mn!t. OnA AAA ' xltnAn.
iggs shlpped'and 5,000,000 mbreF
to go from Breitenbush to ,SanJ(
am-5- hatchery at Mehama,
" . J
. I V'rr.a iWAiieuBBasBa, a ,
t i r I- vawd wo ko'm, '
Dl I i r ef rilS
TT,av wrra Mrttlinarate." Bnt
ali anlte plain to her.' but Iie could see that tnere was something
mMi hv Josenhine and her mother. She.
trr to thiDt'aJo0i lh ahe wis
v ffc TnpatA dftnee. ttherti tb9
' i ' :
nromlnent nersons In. Central .Cur.
not trusting herself to meet his eyes. hls was his doing, sne now
know! It was more evidence-of his
through her; and made her'departure from the Of f ice a moment later
awkward. She almost bumped, her nose on the door in opening It.
No doubt she would have beeja'
she could have heard the remark
"Weil, I hope you are satlsfleaV ! Josephine spat out the words
angrily, furious because she had been trapped Into doing something
she did not want-to da.
"I was surprised that you. did
"I've, told you a million times
claimed. " I hate it." She got uplheUigerently.
"Look out. mother, brainstorm
Mrs. Ingate was regarding him
intend to marry thi Macdurie girl?
When. Eve left John. Ingate's
desk, her mind lost in contemplation, of the wonderful prospect be
fore her. She. must have a new gown, shoes, stockings, chemise,
everything. And her' wrap would1 hardly become a dazzling new cos
tume. There would not; however
It probably would be Warm enough
the wrap quickly.
She looked up stfddentyand
tank watching her. i. Her steps took her to his side, and one of her
hands, soft, silky, delicious ito hold, crept into his for a friendly grip.
How are you feelings today, precious?"
He did not answer until he had taken a drink of water. "Oh,
I was worried after you left
might have taken cold. Mama
give you some ."
Aw, don't worry." Clay Wales was always a bit Impatient of
Eve MacLurie's tendency to "mother" him.
Listen. Clay, what do you
have invited me to their dance.
with a feather! It's going to be
They're going to hare-
Clay Wales was regarding her
His tone caused her lo look
"Why . ." .
He was starting off.
"Clay!" She caught up with
Mingled surprise; disappointment
she fixed upon him severely; .
"You know it won't make any difference if I don't."
"Why ." She turned her face away, deeply, hurt. -
Clay suddenly realized that
watcntng the scene. "Oh. say, I was only spoofing,," he declared,
affecting a- smile. He moved around so he could see her eves, and
slowly caught one of her hands
'We're, going down to the boat
GilA n m 1 , 1
ouuueuiy nit smites
sesuon ot worry in her eyes. "You
wen, see you later." He
upon his retreating form, then ahA
self-conscious in the face of the
sees m tjiays. aut she didn't care.
She had signed four or five of
wna near jonn ingate. per M,
tV a n or uiay?
wa mM cnoose, wnicn aia
She didn't know. .. .Clay?
The- thought caused her to
CI.. 1 v. . . ....
-una lor nis sirengtn,
....Aiiuwnuanir, sne loved Ciay for his weakness, his lovable hes
itation -about everything, his peevishness, his utter boynessness. . . .
I w way a aa aa r aaaaa w sva - Ik A. a - m a mm . .
olJQUKO, oue mongnc, renectlng on it now. that ah.
uwu o iiuuvoHo ia OBtore Ann
Whtoh - .
With a sigh she tried to get
(Copyright 19; Central Presa Assocla-
ano bogar -o Jtorris. eir&t pub
The offices and warehouse of
t . t . k - i
JOhn Ingate's Sons, Inc.. whole-J
leitbr dealerS' .4t-
Same location in lower. .RiveT
street sinfn thn Anv olrtv .vi0
BCreel Blnce lDe day. Sixty yeaTS
ago. wnen tne original John- In
ate tied Up his raft. Unloaded
his meager' household goods and
I . , , . ,
began making a precarious living
I trSdlnff whisky at a dolhtr a gal
Ion or calico at five cents a yard
or guns, -powder and ball for the
hides- brought in by struggling
farmers from up and down the
valley who had nothing else of
Before the first John Ingate
passed on. Possum ' Trot had be
come Central City, with two-rail
roads and a' mayor, and John In
gate's Sons was one of its most
Bubstantial and respected" enter
1 prises, "OCCUpyinS tne largeST COin-
msrcial building in town.
l ; During the time, the second
greatly, cat tie-raisi&g having: SttTt
rdered to corn and wheat in the
valley, making it necessary tor
bring in hides from far points, by
railroad. The tannery7 .closed and
the goods handled "by" John In
gate's Sons began to be the manu-
factured product, ready for dis-
tribution to the-reUnerrTsmall
factory. The f irm's business grew
but too slowly to- permit it to
keep pace' wlth newer and greater
I enterprises in Central City, such
as, for instance, the National Axle
i and Bearing Co., built up by UTOble
Harwood and his associates ihtdf
atfrm ot National standing.'
I . -. !.
I tance, and of all the rirms that
I dice made; it tha busIeaLillordugni
fare In the city, only John Ingate !s
Seas remained when the -third
John Ingate entered the , firm,
fresh from - college, and -began
preparing, to take his. father's
plce. , .There it remained after
desnlte the efforts made by John
the yo-ngeif tot reorgaaile Itbe
bisiness, Vget taiU0nav capital
and; branch out into new. fields;
The bankers were skeptical of the
tfilrd John Ingate's ability to'car
rf out the" grand plans: that, were
ia his mind, after; only. flveTy ears'
active assocUUon'wilhrttLa af fa.irs
of the firm.. And subseciuent'ef-
limes wbo had tho mosey Jota la-
i a. . aa" - ' a aaaaw-- m. K m f v , -m. a
- wis . . - J j..
pae. 1.) -
Kr was not fooled. It -wasn't
excited about this Inritatlom to
atnew Bne WOUW we too ,iuoti
.. . a m . 1 1 TV
She glanced furtively at John,
.affection for her. A tnrui ran
disturbed considerably more ii
that reTerberated Jn her wake:
It In such good taste, Josie," John
"not to call me JOSIE, she ex
is coming," he laughed;
in serious silence. Did he really
Sh was worried.
office, she went slowly bake to her
be enough money for everything.
for her to be able to dispose oi";
saw Clay Wales at the drinking-
last night. I was afraid you
knows a good cure tor colds. I'll
think? Mrs. Ingate and Josephine.
You could have knocked me over
a marvelous affair, you' know.
darkly. "And you're going, I
him. "Don't you want me to go?"
and confusion were in the glanoe
there were persons, who might be
club Sunday, aren't we?"
again, loougn tnere was a aur-
bet," she exclaimed.
walked off. Eve's glance linrered
went hrinlrlv haxlr n Vt .4 nn l.
possibility that he hand had been
the letters In tha nllA hfn .
when she suddenly stopped, her
The time had come, she realised
- sne love th mnr TAi..t
fall into a mvAH ua
. VB MVJIU
nis forwardness, his thoughtfulness
-vat rmavtvii.. -v,-. i j, .
' iuvbu vaiy one.
her mind on the'letters again.
gate wanted; shook their heads
and doubted if there was a much
larger volume of sales awaiting' a
wholesale leather concern- in the
Central City territory. So while
John Ingate's Sons prospered. it
The proud structure put up by
John Ingate the first. -had, 'during
the years, been added to, or taken
under Us wing with the decline o
River street, other, buildings, until
tne firm sprawled along, a third of
the frontage on a block shadowed
by the towering structures, which
made a gulch of Main street. The
offices of the company had a cor
finer of the principal building, and
were -dark and gloemy whatever
tne disposition of the sun; Elec
tric lights burned all day, theroar
of traffic was always in the cleri
llcB.1 workers' cars, and the air-that
was- circulated by the long- anti
quated ventilation system was
heavy with the odor of leather.
1 On an afternoon In early, spring.
urs. Julia ingate who was al
ways depressed by her rare visits
to these surroundings, -sat facing
her son, John, in his private of
fice. Her daughter, Josephine,
fas present, watching her brother
8a' he were deeply provoked
B "We shall have to have -more4
Bmoney, John," - Mrs. Ingate was
Hsaying. That thousand .wasn't
half enough. Everything' has to
be-- done a certain way--now. jrou
know. One simply can't be skimpy
in : such - matters. Wo - wouldn't
want poor - Josephine to be 'em
barrassed because her decorations
jta HeTmusici wasrt ai good; as
.tBut,; mother," tho young man
interjected., "the Harwoods have.
OMA n V avallll... . A Va,l. - - - :'v'
uac'Ci a tuiiiiuuB a, i-iAfgir mspnuai
fIle;w,re beasilyii8rd:.niur JxaU
t6 have to be skimpy, as you call
Jy but It can't be helped. Ton
f 'Hard npf", Josephine
dattteifc ;" You're always saying
tHe business Is on the rocksl but
fi notice It keeps on jrolnjt. And
ywu said only the otherdaythat
the- sales increased ; fifteen ,thott-
sand dollara Jastimontlr'i I
vC'Yesrbut they have lot? Costs
are increasing all the time.1 And
the Lubbuck people are offering
a 10 per cent discount-for; sum
mer orders. ; and we've got to do
that. too. There's-;- ; ;
J "WeIt; .the business-neves - was
lIASPJJPKwtaav fAp.ec w,a p'res
tlAv, goto the deviUsis! You
calx beta hateful little b feast when.
yeu 'want to.- - : v
, ,!!Tiiej JlvaWi.cJldxettL,, .Mrs.
Ingate exclaimed. She.was silent
a moment., then: "V?9H, i . jott
can4tJ6faB, yta caa' she sighed.
"I know 'V
"I hope your understand,
motBer. ; We're-not broke,; andthe
busiaesai: ia sound.' but,- w, lust
haven't got. any money; to; sparaj
right now. that's not"
Mrs.. Ingata. tried- to under
stand, : But it .was Vbard for- htx
to have to see Josephine launched
In .society In surrtuiidiiag- that
were, the observant eould not fail
to notice not t sa pretentious as
those who had attended i the- de
but of girls Josephiuel classed as
society wa assured, and-did jnqt
depend oa- mere show but-thwTd
werw- certain appearances to keep
up. So she sighedf-
"By.tho way. . motber John:
spoka aprdid'yon send ai invita
tion to Miss- MacLurie ? "
She did iot answer 'hfin imme
diately, and Josephine expressed
herself -fempbaticaliy r r believe
"I believe I asked you to," ker
brother answered -calmly I 'Wish
you would attend to it before the
list of the invited is published -In
the paper. Itu sorry you have de
.Josephine frowned. "Look here.
John, you're not . really serious
about. that, are-you?"
T thought I had. made myselt
"But, we can't!"
"She's a , stenographer your
stenographer. Her father's a me
chanic or something. It
"Well, grandfather Ingate was
a whisky dealer, and grandfather
Linbrook peddled t i n.w a r e,
Mrs Ingate exploded. "He did
not! That was one of your father's
jokes. My father's father was
proprietor of a large - store.
Her daughter was. also, talking.
Really, John, I wish you wouldn't
be so obstinate. . . . Besides peo
ple- might misunderstand."
Misunderstand what? Let me
tell you something, Josephine. I'm
thinking , of asking her. to be my
Both women, opened their
mouths aghast. Mrs. Ingate ex
claimed; "John!" Josephine- re
covered, to say, remonstratlTelrt-
"You're crazy ."
"I am thirty years old,-. and en-'
tirely capable of selecting, a wife
for myself. I ." He paused
as he heard a slight rap upon
the door, and his face broadened
"Come Iri, Miss MacLurie."
When, as she opened the door
of the office. Eve MacLurie -got
the merest glimpse of the faces
of Mrs. Ingate and Josephine, she
Busy Reader's Newspaper
(Continued from page 1.)
"We are living: in the most lawlpsa natl, nn'oorfk'
declared Judge Harry Belt of
addressed Salem; Rotarianau. Hei explained his declaration by
citing; cases of mob-rule, in thelsoutlT and showing that the
murders in certain cities themselves are more numerous than
are the murders in entire nations. Judge Belt intimated that
one of the drawbacks to effidenUdministratioii of the courts
is the toleration of petty technicalities.
TJe Statesman issued its annual silo slogan number.
Hiking clothes, or "rough elothes' must riot ha whrr.
Sunday from now on by girJs
girls' dormitory at Willamette
ucuicui, ox mure sinngent
conduct of coedsl
"The only cure for th evils
bition," declared Dr. Norman K Tully pastor of the First;
Presbyterian church, in an. atldress .before. Salm-realtors
at their last repTjlar meetinc "What w 4aM-j-
Us to have a jack: scrw red,
uit real nam. or society, should be leveled utj. not lewrfi
down. We have every physical basis in this vicimty with'
whfch to work. Wij have a valley here that is larger :than the
valley '.that .support, the whole) nation of Itlexico, and it is
just as lertne. JNow .whattwe
iigencwun wnicn to do the.wprk.we see should be. done."
Friday. April 2
Bridges were to be the principal topic ofSdiscussinrt rr.0
it. - , , .
wie i-ity zoning ana planning
tjvuusv X,. Mcyuupugn,
xnernDcr: or ine commission fiasi plana f or e bridge on South
AnuKi jr .a t-rti s- yvui open?
to tne soutn limit ox the city .
Inouneementof John Wflhamspii:to
service Btaxion, inat ne wjitj
wiui,v jl ma scxrt-iue statiort fa nortn sSaiem.. v , -
6d to take, theeffUiency rtej in physical etesto l5eing
irivew".bi.firav 5?nrCnlr AiywiWr f Vi.-j. i-
. rr ytt:wi yiuBiun euucatmn irypnj
Salemr pubhc schools. FoTiirfraain point to be- tested ar
r posture, weight lnTelatidnltq
3 Dr. WrH. Lytel, state?
Alber ,Bj(0iardWetienf Robert drrnbnd Case of Portiand.
p j:"t-.i" v."- wy- "
ancvr xans wcjiarason rierqQ
cfc iiLPKyw fvuw.npr easernr anoiceniraj, ureson where
they, will gather material for. shrt stcjrieshijhlheyxpect
to.wntfpc. magazines. TJjei
the;iargesti interior ranchea,imchidms;,thaJE: of WimarftHahlejti
near xsums. : - "
FiOI counts-of:; Suturclayj- aad- earjy-: Sur.cbyrhcjbc:
uwiia nm ww AvuiAUj ui uts uuxiu
knew' witli'l'emlnine tnsUncUTe-
nessthathe had been the sub
i Je at' Quite- recent discussion-. r
' In the jiext lnsta1menttThe
rolnts jaf a.-TtlauElo- ,
V-i 1 ' . '
Feliiafrssota'' Laion Mca'i Pay
twenfcy-f rr ' -i centseachi'ii twenty
s vn thousand iMinnesot'a r Ameri
car4.teion men last year obtain
ed medical andsuegjeai treatment
ftyri seventy-five service men from
nearly every state." .In f the. union,'
report; Eddie Lindelt," ' state Le
glpi. adiotaht; Two-thirds ot these
meiv were non-Legionnaires.' "
V i Tbk menj were-' Ireate'd at- the
Mao. eiinfc i afc Kbchester, i where,
to makw this arrangement possible.
th MajFe brotbrs, both! Legion
naitea made generous concessions.
Since the. movement was initiat
ed three years ago. 2? 1 cases have
beeh handled;. 'Only one death has
:;ThefiW0rk4s carried on through
thel Legion-. Hospital association.
Minnesota- Legion men pay their
hosDital- dues as part of ' their reg
Lnlai- membership t eoA
NbiCICE: OF, SCHOOIi ElCTION
State of Oregon t County ot Marion,
School District No; 24- ss.
" Nbtlee is hereby given that at
the; school district bond election
hereby called to be held .at Asso
ciated .Oil'. office, m. Hotel Marion
building-,--in- the city of Salem, in
and tor school district No. 24,- of
Mat ion county, Oregon, on M0n
daj, the twelfth day of April, A. D
192 , between the hours of two
o'clock p. m. and seven o'clock
p. io. there will be submitted to
the' legal voters thereof the ques
tion of contracting, a bonded in
debtedness in the sum of $ 120,
OOO. 00 n follows; x
S19.25fl for the rmrtwi, of nro-
tcuring funds with: which to pur-
chatie a school site in, Tuxedo Park
addition, being lots 2, 3, 4, 5, and
thewesfc.79 feet of. lot 6; and
100,750 for thepurpose of prcn
curing funds with which to erect
and furnish a school building on
said site; all in and for said school
Thevote to be by ballot upon
which shall be the words "Bonds
' Yes" and "Bonds No": and
thej voter shall place a cross (X)
between the word "Bonds" and the
word "Yes", or between the word
"Bonds''- and the word, "No,"
which indicates his choice., .
"the polls-for the reception: of
the; ballots cast for or against the
contraction- of said'" Indebtedness
wlH, on said ' dar 'and; data and at
the., place . aforesaid, be opened at
thi' hour of two o'clock p." m. and
remain open - until; the. hour; of
seven o'clock p. m. of the same
day- when, the same shall be closed.
1 By order of the District School
Board of School District No. 24 of
Marions county', Oregon, made. this
15th day of March; A. DrI926.
H. H. OLINGER,
Chairman District School Board.
Attest;' W. II. Burghardt, Clerk.
. . ,. a 4-7-44 i
the Orep-on Runremo cotiv
j residing at Lausanne Hall,
university,, accordihg to an-
entorcement of rules covering
lof prohibition i nnm nmr,?
under S(xa to
need is more and mbfe intet
- - - i - .7 "U-"
jcommission,'; meets Saturday
upj ioerxy jurozn tuB north limit
' - .. i
ixucm o Krowin. comes t na nw
hejght and age,,chest flexibility
ir . . ' . ; . v" -
veterinarian,' arxamnanited bv
i ... ,
oi;seattle,II professional writ-
party wUtsitanuinber: of
r i.-. n v
"I W. . ',
svyiiuu l-rus lSue.
K Union Racier; i
CAPITAL TYPOGRAPHICAL CJjlyjj
-N0..210 rTaataent, vr. m. cvbds; sec.
' retary, 1L D, PilkAatoa. Heel tecon4
i Saurday. , :Q0 . ., i
CARPENTERS' tJKIOS . VO. "1065
aleeta 'ihsra. vniBg.- Amur Tack- I
on1 president;; Wm.-PettiV aecrtiry. 1
Skilled mechanic furnished. Phoaef 179.
RAlXlf UNION i LABELS LEAG
- .Meet a Labor Hall on call of
: .:- l f- - W..'- Soar. - sea retary.
48 - Salem, ore. - "
FRATERNAL .OKOKS or EAOLESIui- t
every Wodneaday Fraternity Hall, .s.
iL. WlUetti Soc'y. TeL 889-R. )
KNIGHTS - OF- PTTHIAft . MEETS; AT
Fraternal Hall avery Tuesday, evenme.
Visitors invited.. Fred Denhsm, c. C:
Walter Lenon. K.-of R, 8. I t'
! Published every ntoxniar (exeeot itai-
I day) at Salem, the capital of Oregon.
Daily or Saoday 1
2 cents par word g
5 centa per word 5
g One rime
g Six times
8 centa per word g
b1 mo daily pd Sun. 20 cents par wdrd g
g Ia order to earn th more thas one
g time rata.- advartiieaient aaa run ia 1
consecutive issnes. .- i
No Ad- takn far lesa than 3S awat. g
s - Ad, ran Sunday. cnargad. ts
m one-time rate. g
1 Advertisements (except Personsls e
fknd Situations Wanted) wilt be Uhea
over tha taiephoaav if. tha advert tsar iag
a anbseriber to phone i f
1 The Statesman, will receive edver-1
g tisements at any tint. ot tha-dsy org
g night. To insure - proper elaisifiea-I
hi tions ads. aheuld ba in beiara t - P4 a.S
TELEPHONE 2J' OS 533. 1
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TiK. FOiUDt s . ; i
(Over Lsdd- Bosb Bank) -
ADVERTISntO' . , . ! t
HONEST APVEKTISING--Theee ool-"
am mast be kopV free, trOar anything
of a questionable aster. tUrnpresea.
tations will nt b tolerated.' Infor
mation bowing any qaaotiwaahl ia i
tent on. the part of th advertiser
shoo Id be" reported " t this saws
paper or the Salem Ad Clnb. ,
Auto .Tops y '.,-. 5;
EES TJ8 FOS, TOF AJi'D' PAETT WORK.
O. J. HnU An to Top sad Paint -Shop.
S67. 8. CoaHBcreial, . - Saletf
Help Wanted I
HAKK VOTJB SPARC TIM B PAV. HAVE
easy selaag article , CaU at- 42 Ore
gon Bldg mornings. , . . 9m28tt
MAKiE - YOCKV SPAK&- 7I3U , PA Y
Have aor easy elliuatj atticl-: Call at
429 Oregon Bldg.. mornings. - 9a2tf
Help WantedSIale 11
WOOD CHOPPERS WASTED NICE;
timber. John K. Scott, 305 Orrgoni
Bldg., - - ' j4 lie
RELIABLE MAN : IN EVERY TOWN!
and, city to ditribot 'iri sampler
T advortisiag, matter, etc A iyi-llinej
. xpriaeo - - - ansi e aaa aryk , -iSAaoor
work. Good. pay. Writ quiejtly for
contract, Bopervrsor -- Colombo, -.S15
yorth Clarlt St., Chicago. III. 11A4
; Help Wanted Female 13 j
SALESLADY WHO CAN , -DRIVK CAR.
f Nice -work, investigate. - 1011. fi -Cars
BtateamaBi j 137
AiDDREsarefa " entelxme--kxpek-
, ionee-; anneocssaxy. Kara - S13 to ( $45
weekly, daring- spare- timet, at, home.
Dignified, warn: for - hoae.. aiacere
persons. FKANKLYN PKODUCTS.
? 103 VaaBaren. CIVicgk . i , 13A4-
lVX)aiEN TEACHERS ; WANTED; TO
travel during - amaaier acatiect; Inter- -,
esting work, congenial teacher compan
ions and opportunity to earn at i least"
$60 weekly. Salary' to start and railroad .
fare paid. Give age, education aad
deall ot experience in' firet letter.
', Addres - J GIIIJriIiLAN, B E.
, Washington , SW Chicago, ; UL . 13 A4
EDUCATED W03TCX-, WANTED !FOR
$2400 position. - la aew-fleM of work,
made possible by the Com ton Service.
Daly worn, between 35 and 40. in
good health, with personality and ed
ucation, who can. travel extensively,
wilt bo considered. Give age,' edara-
tion aad fall infbrmatiow hi ftrctt let
ter. Address J. B. COMPTON tt f CO..
58 East . Washing ton t-CUeagd.
i - - : . l 'fVL - - i, -ifk
Agenla Wanted IT
QUIT RINGING-DOORBEljtS." I MADE
asoOr monthly, - soliciting;, pa goods
Jo buy. Why. set yont le tUa free,
- Ifc MeNowa, 681 Wilkiaaon,- Oman.
Kebr. ' ; 17Ad
I' NEED AN AGENT TO SECt.' DEAt--.
ara, candy, mint, gnm rg profit.
.. Experience ajuvacoasarr Fire sample.
' Writ today. Milt on . Got Jon, 1414
Vine St.. Cincinnati. 1TA!
" Wante4fEmploymtnt 19 v
CARPENTER, FINISHER, 65a HOUR.
' 950 care Statesman. 19a4
FOB GARDEN PLOWING, BASEMENT
-v diggta sad tenv work. -Phoao 72FU
- - IBatlstI
FURNISHED APARTMENT WITH. ;
garden, 1399 K. 4th. 3Imt4tf
FOR" RENT HOUSES - AND . AP4BT
; meats, F. I Wood. - $44. Sutk St.
- ' ' " ' - , . SlaU2tt
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BT TH T,
, wording "For-. Rant", pne. 10 cent
each. Statema Basin Office; on
' groand .floor.--
Ho. l, who.- w ,
WhHo wat .
Gray. oats ' .
Barley , , - , .,
poexL irtJTTOjr and beet
'Top sags,.,, ,, i - JS
Bow ..- IsOJO-
Draaaod hga . .1 9
Too atoars .08(3 Ml
2.00 4.30 V
Drink- laasbs ander 80 .1314
t Hasatas ... - , ., o Qxa.
- Heavy ions
. . .a a
EG3SL BUTTl.: "JTTXJA"0
Batteria j . .421
Creamery t holier? '
-f:lr..w.; -.- ...r . -A .
AdolpJie Ertcksou. butter ir-uker
top-the Rarrori' creamery rvv'os Srst
place far: Latter &t tt3 rc'...-Ia-teraatlonal-