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On Church street Between Chemeketm
and Center !reeU, Norman Kendall
Tullv, pastor. 9:30 a. m., Sunday school,
II. K. Barrett, superintendent. Children's
Lay program during the Sunday school
hour. The public cordially invited.
10-45 a. ot., morning worship. Sermon:
"Christ and the Children," by Dr. Tully.
7 p. m. Young peoples' societies. 8 p.
m., evening worship. Sermon by Rev.
Win. E. Brink-man. pastor of the St.
James Lutheran church cf Portland, will
preach tha lernoi. Wednesday, 2:30 p.
m.. East Side Division of Ladies Aid
Society will meet at the home of Mrs.
J. X. Skefie, 341 N. 19 St. Thursday,
6:30 p. m., teacher training class. 7:30
p. n., regular mid-week meeting for
praise, prayer, and Bible study. Fri
day. 1:30 p. m.. this church will coop
erate in the meeting of the Council of
Church Women at the Wesley Methodist
JASON LEE MEMORIAL . -Corner
N. Winter and Jefferson St.,
Tbrmas Aehenon, pastor. Mrs. A. M.
Gentry and Bobert Witty in charge of
young people's work. Church school,
with seven separate departments, meets
at 9:45 a. va., for Bible study. All affe
amply provided for. 11 a. m., worship
service. Sermon theme. "Character and
Destiny." by the pastor. Junicr church
srrvic. at this hour in Wesley hall, Mrs.
. Uf-ntry will be in" arge. We specialise
' in young people's work. Send the young
pople to this service, 7 p. m., three
chapters of the Epyortb. League Inter
mediates, Seniors and Adult Young people
nie-t in separate rooms for devotional
Services. Strangers welecme.- Open for
ani for adults in church school annex at
7 p. m. 8 p. m., evening publ- service.
The Tageant entitled: "The Rich Young
Kuller," will be presented tinder the dir
e&ion of Miss McKee, Willasnett. Uni
versity, assisted with cast of 25 young
people. It was witnessed last. Monday
tiy a full house and was enthusiastically
received as the best production ever pro
duvfl by the young people. Public wel
come tc all services.
Services will bo held as usual at the
Y. M. C. A. building on Court atreet Sun
day morning' at 11 a. nt., and at 8 p.-m.
iu the evening. .
Center and High, P. C. Whitalrer, pas
tor. Vivian ii. Wbisler. Assistant pas
; tor. Services 11 a. so., and 8 p. as.
Sermon topics: "The Completeness of
the Scripture," and "The Fonr Square
Man." At the morninn boar irlste an
ger Powers and Karl Wenger will tier
duet and at the evening service Gilbert
Cays will sine the solo. "So Yen May,"
and the choir will sine. "Come Ye
Weary." bv Giebel. Sunday school 9:45
a. ni. Senior and Interaediato Endeavor
at 7,. topic: "Poema That Are Worth
while," special music. Tr Taylor, lead
" r. Mid-week service Wednesday might.
Jxtyal Women a class will have charge.
X. B. S. A. " '.
International' Btbl Students Aseoria
O JVon. meet every Sunday-, in Derby Bldg.,
. ccnrt and High atreeta. for Bible study
unior M. S. C, meet durinc first lesson
hour. Hours. lO Ln 12 a. a. nd a a a
J K A p. . . You are cordially invited. Fun-
erai services conducted free of eharge in
eaiem ana vicinity. X'ttoae lssrs. .
. riRST baptist-.
Liberty and Marion Sts. Rev. Ernest
; H. Skanks, pastor. Services 11 a. nu, and
-,'. 8 p. so. Children's Day program. Rev.
t "Sterling B. Slater, preacher in the even-
. :. Ins;. Kev Slater, recently- of: Chariot t.
; i Mica.-, has moved with hie family , to 8a-
lam. . and, intends making this his homo.
lie has e. splendid message. Sunday
Six large rooms are provided in plans
prepared by Harry B. Boland for the two
story house shown today, a house well
adapted to the needs of the medium-sized
The first floor plan is divided into three
units, the large living room and dining
room, the kitchen, breakfast nook and rear
entry, and the bedroom and lavoratory
The units are connected by means of a cen
tral hall, from which access to the upper
story is had.
On the second floor are two bed-chambers
and the bathroom. These three rooms
open into a hall which also is the landing
for. the stairway.
By use of shingles, half timbered gables
and a charming porch the exterior of the
house has a distinctive appearance.
Two sets of blue prints of this plan will
be furnished at moderate cost on applica
fofjctt 1 1
school 9:45 a. m., Ed Sehunke, superin
tendent. Young peoples' meeting at 7
p. m this evening. The B. Y. P. U.
will attract a large group of ycung peo
ple. These splendid meetings are open
to all young people and the general pub
lie. Mid-week services for prayer and
Bible study at 7 to 8 on Thursday even
ing. Open to all who wish to attend, and
all who geelc a blessing from God. In
spiring and helpful, these meetings afford
a time of delightful fellowship.
COTJSt STREET CHRISTIAN
Ccnrt and N. 17th Sts., R. L. Putnam,
pastor. Mrs. R. L. Putnam ' junior pas
tor. Services 11 a. m., and 8 P- m.
Sermon topics: "Our Obligation to
World Missions," and "God's Great
Now." Sunday school 9:45 a. m., E. W.
Cooley, superintendent. Christian Endeavor-
7 p. m.. Junior, Intermediate,
Ycung People and Senior. Adult depart
ment Tuesday evening. Church night,
Thursday 7:30-8:45 p. m. Volunteer
meeting and iBble study on "Faith."
Next Lord's day is Children's Day. A
program will be rendered in the morn
ing. We extend a hearty welcome to
Center and Liberty. V. B. Culver, pastor.-
Sunday school 0:45, L.. L. Thorn
ton auperintendent. Preaching at 11.
Subject, "Home Requirements for Grow
ing In Grace." The Evangelical League
cf Christian Endeavor meets at 7, Ruben
. i .i-i , iciiu as presiuent. xxeten
Bair, leader. At 8 a mixed nron-mm
will be rendered under the auspices of
we sunaay scnooi. 1 he committee in
charge are: Mrs. Ethel Phln. Tkmh.
1 a w , . .
jtiiu - jtirras vuiver. rners
win do special meeting of the Worn
an Missionary societv in tha ehnn.h
parlors Wednensday at 2:30. Prayer
15th and sfill Patviv n.hi: .
- ' - mvrnin Kerl Ice
Sunday schorl 9:45 a. m Mian Xafha
''""""i "Merinieneul. loung uw
ples' meeUngs at 6:30 p. m. Prayer
meeting and chair practice on Thursady
7:30 and 8:30 p. m., respoeUvely.
--. , on a lour week
cation ' th? :n v.
of Rev. Wiilrim WrlgtV . "
Rev. Martin F r.n.. n.
v. . ir. x aero
u. . if j toe church school
liter will deliver tha .1 ...
and no services in the church as the min-
T1Z t-f9 . sorest tirov. Church
services ss nsual next Snn
Pirst flmrrhArB.. T 1 a .1 ti
mekcta. - ShiIit aanii. aWu. . 1
Sonday evening at 8. Subject of lesson
sermon, "God the Preserver of Men.'
vteanesaay evening testimonial meeting
t 8 o'clock. Sunday school sessions
convene at v:a ana 11 a. m. Keadin
from 11 to 5:30 except Sundays" and
' Services will be held Sonday night at
8 o'clock in tho First Presbyterian
church on North Church near Center.
New members are Joining each " week.
All - who are Interested in an American
Lutheran church are cordially invited.
Tbe sermon will bo preached by Rev.
W. E. Brisk man, pastor of St. John's
Lutheran church. Portland, Ore. .-Lather
B. Dock, pastor., r
The First Spiritual ehnren of Satan,
will held services at their halt over
Miller' store, thin Sunday aveaing, Jane
12th at 7 o'clock. Topic for the even
ing, "Spiritualism." Mrs. Marguerite
Flower dinger, the blind sinter, form
erly of Salem will assist at the services.
Message by Mrs. iuelia Hates and otners.
19th and Ferry. Sunday school at 10
m., C. C. Hsrris( superintendent.
Children's Day program at 11. The so
cieties of Christian Endeavor at 7:15 p.
m. feacred concert by vested eboir at 8.
Chorus, "Sing tc the Lord a Joyful
Song," (Heyser." Male quartet.
Chase the Hhades of Nieht Away.
(Petrie) with soprano obligato by Ben-
neitta hd wards. Chorus. "Infinite
Love," (Wilson.) Solo. "Fear Not Ye.
O Israel." (Dudley Buck), by Lawrence
lieacon. Unorus, The Heavens, De
clare," (Baines.) Solo. "Abide With
Me," (Scott) Miss Pearl Evre. Three
part chcrus "My Song," (Ughthill.)
Chorus, "I Will Greatly Rejoice In the
Corner l'.Hh and Marion. Sundav
school at 9:45, Frank Lit wilier, superin
tendent. Classes for all ages. Preach
ing at 11 a. m.. by Rev. Tibbitts. Ynnnr
peoples' meeting at 7 p. m. Preaching
service at 8. Rev. Tibbitts wili deliver
tne message. Prayer meatinr Wdn-
day evening. We extend a heaty wel
come to all to came and enjry these ser
vices with us. We are expecting our
new pastor the following Sunday. June
"' ivev. i.rnia smitn from South Da
kota. Be sure to hear this man of tiA
EVANGELISTIC FULL GOSPEL
13th and Ferry Sts. H. Hansen. na.
tor. Ralph Butterfield. of Everett C.h
and Hamlin WiUon. of ?aa Francisco)
will continue their sevivrj campaign over
(Sunday and throughout the coming week
Every evening, excet Monday, at 1:A5.
These "Youpnc Men Evanrelists" r.
preaching "the old-time religion" in the
power oi Tne resurrected Christ with real
Kiiccess. iou win enjoy hearing them.
Sunday services: 10:30 a. m. Sons- and
praise service, d p. m., preaching, 7:45
p. m. Evangelistic service. Children'
church Saturday afternoon at 2:30 nnder
tno supervision ot Mrs. Howard Olson.
Young People's meetinn- Satnrdsv even.
in 7:45. Sunday school at 1:45 p. m.
Mid-week Bible study and prayer serv
ice ii z.-ju weonesdsy afternoon.
'Rote Sunday" will be observed at
the Rirkreall Comnuuuty ehorch on Son
day, Jane 12. The church decorstiens
will - be roses and Rev. W. C. Ksntner
win preaca at 11 a. m., on "The Rose
Garden of the'oLrd." Sunday school
at lO a. m., with classes for all agea.
Jtrs. h. j. Liowry, superintendent.
CHRISTIAN AND kflSSIONAXT
655 Ferry- Mrs. P. E. Caswell, form.
er pastor, will brinsf the message at 11
a. ra. Mrs. Jas. M. WiHon will brine
tno evening messsfe at 7:4a p. m. 8un-
dsy school st 9:45 a. m . Mrs. Slollio
: Ison, superintendent. This is wont
an'a day. Ccmo and hear them.
1 TCRST flCETHODIST
Corner ChurcTi and State. F. C. Tay
lor, pastor. Marg-aret Satheriand, direc
tor relifieua education. Services 11 n
nd 8 p. m. Dr. Carl Orerr Doney
t--- - - . UBIVVflllJ, Will
deliver the Baeealanreato aermon to tho
HiTrrsiiy sraauaies in tho morninf.
Rev. Aehesan. nitlo, nt I... .r.. . u
will Vive mossace to the members of
the Christian Associations in a farewell
some on Sunday niht. The vested
choir, will sins "Praise the Lord." by
Raadegt-er and "I Will Lift Vp Vine
eyes, oy sseicair. in tne evening- the
male chorus will sing, "Are oYu
There f" by , Burleigh t. Sunday school
9:45 n. m J. F. Shanks, saperintendeat.
Vslnf BlniTar at nsal APwiftA os rlsAai
dalV nVTatn trt TXa ALrl mImim nns-;il wu
tb last KMtmg trt tb jrir Wda
dr afteraootu For -MTeral of tb rir-
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w is via ss n picnic nsoetinr. witn
the families invited. Jnnior ehnren nt 11
o'clock in the ehnrA annex.
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, ?t- ' MAfiE TREATIES WITH OTHER NATIOHS. ! I HE WASTHE SUPREME 3ubCE Oli , . ::::M t'J
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TO THIS ARRANGEMENT.
THE OTHER BEGEO THE
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UFE, AND OFFEREJ TO
WITHDRAW HER CLAIM .
0Y HER SOLICITUDE
FOR THE LITTLE OWE, '
THE SECOND WOMAN
PROVED SHE WAS THE
TRUE MOTHER, AND THE
KlH AT ONCE RESTORED
THE CHILD TO HER ARMS.
Center and Liberty, Charles E. Ward,
nastor. Services 10:3O an m., ana o p.
m. Children s dsy program, hermon
topi : "Pampered Touth." The morning
service will include a pageant and sev
eral chorus numbers, by the church school
and other features of. a children's day
program. Tho Fortnightly club will hold
ts next meeting Monday evening, nne
20th. Mid week study and prayer meet-
Home Missionary Work. Friday the
ing Thursday at 8 o! clock, subject:
women of the church are to gatner at
10:30 a. m. at the church to go to the
home of Mrs. If. L. Clark near Scio.
Each woman is asked to bring sandwiches
and a covered dish for a picnic luncheon.
State and lath Sts.. Rev. A: L. Heine,
pastor. English service 10 a. mi, Ger-
an services 11:15 a. m. Sunday scnooi
9:15 a. m., Martha Battermann, superin
tendent. Willamette Valley Luther Lea
gue convention at Oregon City.
CHEMEKETA STREET EVANGELICAL
Career Chemeketn and K. 17th, O. E.
Erskine, pastor, gervieea 11 a. m and
8 p. m. Sermon topics: "Soffieiont
Grace," and "The Last Days.", - Sun
day school 10 a. m., O. K. Straosbaugb,
superintendent. Senior league of Chris
tian Kndeavor at 7 o'elock. Ruth Bureh,
leader. Intermediate league at same
hour. Mid week prayer service, Thurs
day evening at 8 o'clock. Thin service
will be foliowea with quarterly confer
ence in charge of presiding Elder, G. L.
EMMANUEL TOLL GOSPEL MISSION
420 State street. Ralph D. Bullock.
pastor. Harry J. Morriss. assistant pas
tor. Services. 2-30 and T:45 p. as.
Sunday school 9 :30 p. m. Evangelistic
service Wednesday. Thursday and Satur
day nights at 8 o'clock.
ST. PAUL'S (Episcopal)
Church ana Chemeketa streets. Rev.
H. Duncan Chambers. rector. Holy
Eucharist at 7:30 a. m., in the chapel.
Morning prayer with sermon and mnsie
at 11 a. m. Sermon Topic: "Trinity
Sunday Thoughts." Churcn school at
9:45 a. sn. Monday beinsr St. Barnabas
Day and also tho 32nd anniversary of tha
ordination of the Rector there will be n
service in the chapel nt 9:30 n. m.
f CENTEX STREET METHODIST
43th and Center atreet. A. F. Eilmer
pastor. Services II a. m.. and 8 p. m.
Sermon topics: "Equipped to Over
comet" and "Paul's 3rd Missionary
tourney. sunaay scnooi at II a. m.,
H4H. Grslapb,- superintendent." Ep worth
Ieagne at 7:15. M. Scbreiber. leader.
Theso evening services s ra in English
tne morning sermon is in uermaa. Cor:
tags prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p.
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tor. Services 11 s. m.nnd 7:30-p. .m.
Children's Dsy program and Evangolatie
Walter aBrkns, superintend en t. s Tenng
peoples meeting 6:30 , Anbry Davis,
lender. Bible study nnd prsyer service
meeting rrtday evening 7:45.
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343 Court St., C. S. Johnson, pas
tor. Services 3 and A p. ra. Sunday
school 2 p. m., S. Berkey, superintendent.
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday even
ings. Mi&rion open every day for prayer.
FOBS MEMORIAL M. E.
(West Salem, f. L. Cannell, pastor.
Services 11 a. m., and 8 p. m. Sermon
topic -"The Unknown." Sunday school
9:45, D. C. Sebern, superintendent. Ep
worth and Intermediate League at 7 p.
m. Bible study -at the church Thursday
evening at. 8 o'clock. Rev. C. H. Bur
leigh, will preach Sunday morning. The
pastor will be in charge of the evening
Market and Winter btreets. J T Tir.
lor, pastor. Services II a. ra., and 7:45
m. ounaay achool 9:45 a. m., Dr.
M. Schutz. snnerintnlfit Vni n ir
peoples' meeting 6:30 p. m.. Chas. Kbcy;
leader. Cottage prayfr meeting Wednes
day at 2:30 p. in., at 14fi3 ST. Winter.
ilid week prayer meeting Thursday 7:45
CASTLE CHAPEL TJ. B.
Corner V 17th . n .h.,.i,. .
and 8 D. m. Sfnnm lonin- "Th.
Claim of the Outsider," and "Why
I'tay for a Revival.-" Sunday school 10
a. m., C. P. Wells. superintendent.
Toung peoples' meettng' at 7, Will Dun
issn. Dresident . Pnta. muiiii. Tk...
day. 8 p. m. Comeand find a warm nnd
outstretched hand of -welcomo to evayr-
Soufh Caiti mr-1 . f and v..m ft V
Rice, acting pastor. A. S. Mulligan, as
sistant. For addressea see phone directors-
Similiv . .Iia.1 . . a . a ' m
A. Rhoten, superintendent. At the 11
o clock hour the Sunday achool -will yon
der a children's day program,' composed
of music and recitations. At -il-, p. m.
in isKBgum oevoiionais. mo senior
Ep worth Leagua will bavo full .charge of
tho 8 o'clock hour. There will bo music
atfd addresses by- member of the lesgue
followed by installation of officer. Mid
week service on Thursday at 7:45.. led
by H. E. Rice, The W. P. It. 8.. will
met Wednesday with Mrs. O. E.' Brooks,
t her country homo near Liberty, i-Tha
Woraan'a Interdenominational Missionary
Society will meet Friday at 1:30 p. m
harp in. this church. All women urged
to be present. .. . .
241 -State, If you like just the plain,
old. fashioned gospel, without any friHs.
knt witn plenty -of , f "pep," then you'll
enjoy meeting with ns, for a change. Sun
day morning nt 11 o'elock. Song- ser
vice a ad. Sandey school in Marion square
park,. 2:30 a. am. .For the young of all
sres. tho. T. P. L, at p.m. -And n
'"hallelujah wind up,' at Hp. m. ; Our
regular' service, will be held nt thnstate
-penitentiary Sunday afterpoon, with Misa
Gail T McClean and Misa Ruth Tibbitts
rancor use; piano and vocal selections, re
apectivaly.. , , . v,,;"
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Telegraph eompanr will build
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ANC tE REBEL LEADER.
Each Week You Will Have a
Period of Technical Educa
tion for Builder Says
SEATTLE, Wn. (Special)
"Lumber dealers throughout the
eastern and middle states sections
of the country report a most de
cided reaction in favor of wood
during the past six nonths for
use in construction," declared C.
J. Hogue, field manager of the
West Coast Lumber Bureau, wbo
has just returned from a six
weeks trip covering: the larger
lumber buying and using sections
of the Atlantic seaboard and the
middle west. While . east Hogue
aftended several national conven
tions of building organizations and
conferred with leading architects.
builders and lumber dealers.
"Lumber never had a better op
portunity than now to sell wood
on its merits," Hogue stated.'
"For five or six years past and
up until about 12 months ago
lumber was suffering! because of
the multitude of substitutes of
fered to architects, engineers and
home builders -he said. "This
was the period of technical edu
cation for the builder as most of
these substitutes were sold, on
manufacturers'; statement of tech'
nical properties. Wood construc
tion suffered during this, time be
cause lumber waa'not exploited, as
a building- material having- defi
nite technical values. Lumber was
lust lumber; one was urged to bay
something else because the manu
facturer believed it was better
than wood for the purpose and of
fered technical information to
prove his belief." i
. Many of , these wood substitutes
have been In use long enough
now. according to Hogue, tor arch
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itects, engineers, and home build
ers, to find that they also have
weaknesses and limitations and as
a consequence the best builders in
the east are going back to a more
extensive use of wood. These are
demanding with wood the same
technical information that they
have been getting from substitute
materials and this desire for more
knowledge Is where the opportun
ity comes to west coast mills. . .
The Bureau Is meeting the de
mand for definite technical infor
mation, according to Hogue, by
publishing books, pamphlets, spe
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cial advertising, etc., and by or
ganizing "group meetings In var-
lous parts of the" country for lum
ber salesmen, retail lumber deal
ers, architects, engineers and con
tractors. Later on these .will be
extended to take In carpenters
and possibly prospective- home
builders. ' '
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of Roosevelt Highway with oilfd
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fruits and vegetables during 1S2C.
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