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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1623
First Church Corner of Liberty and
Cheinoketa struts. Sunday morning
serTice at 11, Sunday .renins; services
at 8, rubjrt of lesson sermon. "Spirit."
Wednesday evening testimonial meeting
at 8 o'clock. Sunday in-hool sessions eon
tfnp at 9:45 ttnd 11a.m. lUnding room
406 Masonic Temple, opn daily from 11
to 6:80 except Sundays and holidays.
BETHANY REFORMED CHURCH
Corner of Capttol and Marion Sta. Sun
day school 10 a. m., and German services
11 a. ra. M. IJenny, Minister.
FIHBT EVANQELICAX CHURCH
Center k Liberty Sts. F. B. Culwr,
pastor. Bunday act ool at 0:45. I.. L.
Thornton, superintendent. At 11 o'clock
the serYic will be in charge of the
Womans Missionary Society. Mrs. G. X.
Tini-nugoa will b th- chairman. A
short proa-ram will be reedered, a se'f
denial offering will be received for Mis
sionary work in Africa, and the pastor
will speak on the subject of "Prayer."
Evangelical League of Christian Endeavor
meets at 6:80. Savilla i'helpa, pre der.t.
Naomi Phelps, leader. Subject. "What
are the Values of Toung Peoples Soci
tiesf" The service at 7:30 will be
ST. JOHK'B EVANGELICAL '
it Fifteenth and L. Rev. H. W. Gross,
jtastor. Sunday School at 9 a. m., F.nglish
Services at 9:45 a. m , Oerman Services
at 11 a. m. Holy Communion will be
celebrated in the German services.
crease of Faith." 7:30 p.m. "For Christ
and tha Church." Observation ( ChristUn
Endeavor day at evening service, Bandar
school :45 a.m., O. J. Hull, finpt. Toung
people's meetings 0:30 p.m. Intermediate
ana senior V. J. aoclaties. Primr mnA
I Bibl atudy Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bpe-
, uuh at sacn service. Morning. solo.
I "In Ur Wth..'. r . v i .
Jennison. Evening ok. "Close to The",
oriscoe, sung Dy miss Jtaud uwina.
SEVEKTH DAT AD VENT I IT
Corner X. Fifth and Gaines Sts. I. T.
retereon of Walla Walla. Wash., will
speak Mt oath morniuar at 11:30. Sab
bath school at the usual hour. Toung
a mmiuf at p.m. rniir meet
ing Wednesday 7 : J0 p.m. Sermon by the
pastor Sunday night 7:45, subject, "The
inuea states In rropheey." 8. A. Wall-
man, a returned misiemary from India will
(f:ve a stereoptican lecture Monday Bgibt,
Aomiuign iis. Joseph T. Jacobs,
1810 6. Hurti tit. The place is the
aame; the house number only Is changed.
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching
at 11 and 7:30. Rev. J. C. Tibbeta will
preach at the morning aervica, and Bro.
C. D. Saucy in the evening.'
rordially invited to all services. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening at 7:30.
AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH
This church will hold its rerniar aer
vice Sunday in the Presbyterian church,
which it has purchased. Graded Bible
classes at 9 nd preechmg services at 4.
at which time the Rev. P. V. Kriksen
will deliver the sermon. Topic. "Lot
i'ltcncd ills Tents Toward Sodom."
Cottage and Ohemeketa Sts. Rev. Mar
tin F. Ferrer, minister. Church' school
at 10 a.m. Graded instruction. Class for
those of high sehool age and adults. De
votional services at 11 a.m. Mr. Berkeley
Blake, field secretary of the 1'nitarlan
churches on the Pacific Coast and West
ern Canada will preach. Mrs. M. Ferrey
will offer ai a contralto solo. "Thy Will
Be Dona" Handel. Mrs. W. A. Denton
at the organ. Tha new hymn books have
arrived to that there will be no incon
Teiiience due to lack of service books.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Corner State and Church Sts. F. C
Taylor, pastor. Res. 698 State St. Phone
974. Margaret K. Sutherland, director
of religious education, phone 872. Ser
vices:' 11 a.m., "Promises of Ood'e Cay
written Word" Dr. D. H. Iech. Diet
Supt. 7:30 p.m., "A Problem in Profit
ind Loss", the pastor. Sunday school,
9:45 a.m. H. F. Shanks, Supt. Epworth
leagues: nivers ty t hapter esper ser
vice at 8:30 First Church chapter. "The
'- mrm C w" - - v " 111 UIDiQ
o s'uay series in the bock of Luke. Ida Mc
-Neill and Miss Sutherland, leaders. Jun
inr high chapter. Miss Winifred Dove in
charge. Tjesdav eveninc there will ba S
pot-luck supper for the women's and men's
Hible classes. Wednesday eveninc. W. F
M. S. guest night in the church parlor at
7:30. Thursday evening m.d-week prayer
ana praise service. ibings lawful But
ot expedient la tha lesson subject
Junior rhnrch in the annex at 11 a.m
"The Palmist and the Hand" will be -the
subject of the message.
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STUDENTS
1'olon Hall, Court street. Meets ev
ery Sunday for Bible study. Junior B.8.C.
ino-t during first lesson hour. Hour
2:30 to 6 p.m. You are cordially invited
to study with us. Evening serivces from
9 to 10 p.m. are broadcasted from Port
land, Radio K E X, 239.9 metera. Fun
eral services in Sa'.em and vicinity, con
ducted free of charge by local Bibl class.
CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE TABERNACLE
655 Ferry St. Sunday school at 9:45,
Mrs. Mollie Wilson, Supt. Morning preach
ing service at 11 a.m. Sermon subject:
"Be Ye Filled With The Spirit". The
sermon will be followed by the monthly
communion service, and bv the reception
of new members. Evening service at
7:30. Subject: "The Threefold Nature
of Man". The sermonette prereding the
message will be given by Mrs. J. G. Min
ton. Mid-week prayer meetings on Tuea
day and Friday evenings. Prayer for the
sick at any service. Congregational meet
ing and election of officers on Wednea
diiy evening. J. G. Minton, pastor. 15J
K. 13th St. Phone 530J.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Corner Marion and Liberty Sta. Robert
I... Payne, preacher; Fred Boer, Sunday
school supt.; Miss Minette Magers, di
rector of music; Mm. W. F. Foster, organ
ist. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Classes for
everybody. Morning preaching service 11
o'clock. Topio, "Have We Lost Jesus I"
Young people' meeting 8:30 p.m. Eve
ning preaching service 7:30, baptismal
service Sunday evening, topic, "Why We
Know the Bible Is the Inspired Word of
God." Prayer meeting Thursday evening
7:30. Special music at both morning
and. evening services Sunday.
FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH
T:us church will hold services at their
hall. "Fraternal Temple", 447 Center St.,
this Sunday eje'iing, February 6, at 7:30.
Kev. MraLoaells l.aValley will be
rpeaker anjr message bearer, assisted by
Mrs Hales an.l Mrs. Goner. The public
is cord ally Invited.
PRATUM METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. W. E. Cox. tbe conference evan
relist of the Pnget Sound conference of
the Methodist church, who is also nat.on
al evangelist for the National Holiness as
sociation, is holding revival meetings at
the Pratnm Methodist church where Rev.
Tra Dumaa ia pastor. Mr. Cos will con
tinue tha meetings each afternoon and
evening except Saturdays until Feb. 19th
Tha churches of the adjacent communities
are cordially invited to cooperate in this
meeting as well as all other friends who
niav desire to attend. Mr. Cox is highly
endorsed by his former district superin
tendent. Rev. Frame of Vancouver, Ws sh
ins present district superintendent, Rev.
Reed of Everett, the Rev. J. M. Cans,
president of Kimball School of Theology,
our own district superintendent. Rev.
Leach of Salem as well as many other
leaders of the church.
19th and Ferry streets, H. C. Stover
minister. The church school meets at 10
a m C. C. Harris. Siipt. Morning w-or-sii.at
11. "Words Fitly Spoken ' will
be the sermon subject. The junior choir
will sing "In the Bright Land" (Lillen
a, and a male quartet "By the Calvary
Way" (Lorena). The Christian Endeav
or societies meet at 0:45. In exchange of
pulpits with the psstor of the First Con
gregatlonal church of Oregon City the ser
mon will be preached by Rev. Howard P
iWsrth in the evening service at 7:30.
The vested choir will sing two anthems, "I
W.ll Love Thee. O Lord" (Wooler) and
"Kejoice in the Lord" (Ashford). The
public is invited to hear Rev. Boiarth, lec
CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH
Stat and 18th. Rev. A. L. Heine,
i.acor. German service at 9:45 a.m. Eng
lish service st 11 a.m. Sunday school at
9:40 a.m. Martha Batterman. Supt. Lu
ther League devotion meeting 6:30 p.m.
Martha Batterman will read the discus
sion on the topic, "Tbe Value of Church
Creeds." Dorcas society will meet in the
church parlors Wednesday at 3 p.m. Mrs.
Docket and Mrs. Max Gehlar, hostesses.
Religion school Saturday at 9 a.m.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Church St. between Chemeketa and Cen
ter. Rev. N. K. Tally, D.D., pastor. Sun
day school 9:10 am., with classes for all
ages, followed by public worship at 10:45
a.m. Sermon, "Christ Waiting '. Young
People's societies 6:30 p.m. Evening
worship at 7:30 o clock. Sermon, 1 be
Voices of Jesus". Prayer meeting Thurs
day, 7:0 p.m. Tha public is cordially
invited to attend these services.
JASON LEB MEMORIAL M. E.
Corner North Winter and Jefferson Sts.
welcome the public to all its services on
the coming Lord's Day. Public worship
11 a.m. Theme: "The Stewardship of
1'rtyer." 7:30 p.m. theme: "Separations
That Matter." Pastor in charge of both
.ervlre. Church school, wide awake and
aggressive, meets at 9:45 a.m. Classes for
all sges. Junior church a servioe for
wi.ie awake, earnest young people at 11
a.m. in Wesley Hs'.l. Robert Witty in
riiurtfe. Thre chapters of the Epworth
LiMrf'.ie junior high, high school- and
du.t young people meeting sepsrate
r. o.iii at 6 :80 p.m. for devotional and
prais scrvicea. Open forum for members
and fne.ids of the church in church school
M i: -x at 6:30 p.m. Special music, rousing
mijtr.'gational singing, good fellowship,
ami spiritual uplift at all services. You
are invited to test our welcome. Thomas!
A tievm. psstor. Robert nitty, junior
CHURCH OF CHRIST
. Court and 17th. Xorris J. Keasoner
minister. Kes. 144 S. 19th St. We are
hoping for a great day next Lord' Day
beginning with Bible school at 9:45. The
day ia to be observed as Every-Member
Present day. Make every effort to be
present and jog the mciLorv of every
member you can aa you may have oppor
tunity. Alao, bring all tha frier da yon
can. The morning worship theme at 11
will be "Getting te Most for Your In
vestment." The Christian Endeavorerf
have complete charge of tha evening ser
vice and they are to present a psgeant.
rhit should prove interesting and profit
able. Let us all be there. Monday eve
ning the annual meeting of the church will
be held. It Is desired that all member at
tend. Thursday evening. Loyal Volun
teers from 7 to 7:45, and prayer meeting,
with a special study of Revelation, be
ginning at 7:45. Com and bring- your
LESLIE MEMORIAL CHURCH
South Commercial at Mvers. Pastor, S
Darlow Johnson. 84S E. Myers St., phone
itfs. .Morning worship 11 a.m. sermon
"Dream and Visions A Look Ahead."
.' nthem by senior choir "God is Love,"
(Shelley). Prof F. A. Magruder of O.A.C.
who has recently made an. extensive tour
of Russia, will be the speaker at the 7:f0
hour. lie is an Interesting speaker and
brings many pertinent facts coneeminr
conditions and tendencies in the Russia of
today. Mr. Leslie Springer will sing
leach lie to Pray. Church school
9:45, Ivan Corner, Supt. Junior League
,n Leslie hall at 11 a.m. Epworth League
m Leslie Hall at 6:30 p.m., taking up the
last of the series of studies on "Tht
Christ of the Indian Road." Interme
diate League 6:30 in the church parlor
Choir rehearsals, J. William Belcher of
Portland directing, Thursday evening, jun
ior at 6:10, senior at 8:80. Mid-week ser
vice Thursdsy at 7:30. Topie, "Hinder
ances and Difficulties to Prayer."
EVANGELISTIC FULL GOSPEL
18th and Ferry Sts. H. Hansen, pastor
Phone 2121R. The series of special reviv
al meetings now being herd In the tab
ernacia by Evangelist Russl P. Rothceh
and Joe Elliot, Filipinio song leader, will
conclnde with the Huacjay evening aarvlee
You win enjoy the massage of tht young
evangelist. Lively alnrina and special nsu
sic will be part of tb program ot each
service tinder the leadership'of this unique
riliplno song leader. Evangelist Kothgeb
wtu apeak at H three of the Hundar ser
vie. Devotional service Sunday morning
iu:nu: evsngeilstie service Sunday after
noon and evening-. S and 7:0. Sunday
senoot 1:45 p.m.. Koy u. Ferguson, Bapt.
Our Sanday school has tha best of teach
era and e lasses for' avsrvoss. Tha Shar
on Seouta (junior yoang people") uader tb
leadership of Sister Alma Dullack will
meet for ta Rainbow- Bll Study coarse,
Thursday eveuinx at 7 o'clock. The Sua
day sehool teacher and offices will meet
Friday evening at 7 o'clock to discos apo
dal Sunday school problem. The Am
bassador for Christ (young people so
ciety ) will hold their servic Saturday
evening at 7:80. Meeting vary . Bight
at 7:so tb coming week, except Monday
CHURCH or -O0D
1346 X. Church St. J. J. Gillespie
pastor. Res. 1315 X. Chnrch. phone 2081 J
Service: 11 a. ra., "Looking Forward
to ChrUt ". 7:SO n.... "Coming to
Christ." Sunday school 10 a.m.. Jam
Davis, Bapt. Young people's meetiag 6:30
p.m.. inbiect. 'Character". Clandine
Gillespie, leader. Prayer service and Bible
atudy Wednesday evening at 7:0. I each
eta meeting Friday evening at 7 :S0.
S.-rvi'-es in the Rirkresll community
church conducted by Rev. W. C. Kantner
a'. 11 a iu. Sermon subject, "A February
a ::-r". Sunday school at 10 a.m. Mrs.
l ow r . Slipt.
Corner High and Ceuter Sta., D. J.
li pistor. Res. 765-N. Cottage. Phone
Jt::-iV. Services, 11 a.m., "Tha In-
OLAD TIDINGS MISSION
843 '4 Court St. C. 8. Johnson, pastor.
Res. 431 S. Cottage. Service at I and
7:90 n.m. Snndav school 2 p.m. W. Rom
Ington. Supt. Weak-day services will be
held Tuesday, Thursday and isaturaay v
CHEMEKETA STREET EV ANGELICA!
Corner Chemeketa and X. 17th. G. E.
Frsk ne. pastor. Res. 268 X. 17th St.
phone 100HW. Service. 11: a.m.. "8
ing as God See." 7:80 p.m.. "The Mark
of a Christian". "Tie morning service will
be actively participated in by tha ladies
nf tha Woman's Missionary Society in ob
serving the day of prayer for Mission as
set apart Dy tne cnurcn. nunaij icnooi
10 a.m.. O. Rl Strausbangh, superintend
ent. Senior and Intermediate societies of
ChristUn Endeavor meet lmultaneouly
at 6:30. Leader of senior meeting. Clyde
Strausbaua-h. There will be no mid-week
services 6r other activitiea in this church
this week and next owing to the fact
that this church i co-operating with tbe
Center and Liberty
9 :45 Sunday School.
11:00 WHAT IS CHRISTIANITY ?
7 :30 THE HEART OF LINCOLN (In Moving
rst Evangelical hrch la thoir Revival
caapaia which begin Fabraary 6.
Center and Liberty. Charles B. Ward,
pastor, so. 40 Center St. Phone S01R.
Barrlees, 11 a.m "What Ir Christiani
ty!" 7 :t0 mm.. "The Haart of Lincoln "
Sunday achoad 8:45, Mark MeCaUister,
perinteadenL Fortnightly Club meets
Tuesday at 7:80. Bibl study and prayar
meeting? i-aurwoay at l:o.
MILL STREET METHODIST
15th and Mill Sta. Service at 11 a.m.
and 7:80 p.m. Sanday sehooL 8:43 a.m..
Mia Either Ericksoa, Supt. Young- Peo
ple' meeting. 8:80 p.m. The W.F.M S
will meet oa Monday at 7:80 p.m. la the
church. Mis A. Ipsen will be tha hostess
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:80 p.m. You
are all cordially Invited to oar services.
CENTER ST. METHODIST EFISCOPAI
13th and Center street. Rev. E. J. As
chenbresner, pastor, 684 N. Wimtar
street, phone 680-M. Services: 11 a. m.,
and 7:45 p. m. Special music: Tha male
quartet will sing for the morning servic.
Sunday school 10 a. m., superintendent,
Martin Schreiber. Toung peoples' meet
teg: 7 p. m.. Epworth lesgne devotional
service dar'ng which oar mission study
about Africa will be roatraued. This will
he conducted In tha English language.
Week-day services: Tha regmlar mid-week
prayer meeting will be held on Wednesdsy
voning at 7:45. Other events: Tha
morning service are conducted in German
and the evening service in English. The
Sunday school uses both languages. Come,
let us worship together.
SAFE IN THE ARMS OF JESUS
Family Crosby Yn Alstyne, 182O-101S.
FAR REACHING ISSUE OF JUR
An alternative writ of mandam
us was issued by the supreme
court Friday afternoon directing
Circuit Jdge Tazwell of Mult
nomah county to show cause why
he should not be required to as
sume Jurisdiction in the suit
brought by Adolf Kahn. a German
citizen against the New York Life
Safe In the arms of Jesus,
"Safe on His gentle breast,
"There by His lore o'ershaded.
"Sweetly my soul shall rest.
"Hark! tia the) Toice of angela.
"Born In a song to me,
"Orer the field of glory,
"Oyer the Jasper sea."
Blind from Infancy, Mrs. Van
Alstyne lived to be almost 95 years
of age and during that period
composed some S000 hymns, many
of which were worthless, but many
others which hare become classics
in Christian hymnody. In her
youth, Fanny Crosby was comfort
ed by her motner who told her
that two of the greatest poets of
the ages, Milton and Homer were
alao blind. Hef mother frequent
ly quoted Milton's famous line
"They also eerre, who onlr
stand and wait."
Mrs. Van Alstyne, however, was
not one to stand and wait. Hers
was a busy life. This hymn, one
of the best known of her collec
tion was written in a half hour.
ior ur. w. ii. jjoane, tne com
poser, who came to her with a
tune, for which he desired words.
When he gave her the tune, she
said "That tune sounds like 'Safe
In the arms of Jesus.' " She im
mediately set to work and had
probate matters la Multnomah
county and asked for the transfer
of the guardianship proceedings
to another Judge. Judge Tacwell
has refused to recognize the affi
davit of prejudice as applying to
the probate Judge and Leonard has
brought the mandamus proceed
ings to compel Judge Ekwall as
presiding Judge of the Multnomah
county court to transfer the case
to another Judge.
As the water was
against the house and flooding
the first floor and the little girl
was calling for her mother, the
older sister sang the words of this
hymn and comforted her. In the
m or nine, two men In a rowboat
came by the house.
deserted house, no use goiug msiriDutea at tne school yester
a. . . fl KTI V f ' J . . , . . .
tnere, one 01 mem emu. nuu. ,aay aiiernoon. inis edition was
Senior Issue of Clarion
!- x A 6ILVERTON.
Lire Intarnlieft PAnln(
i wot, nuti viaoo uuiucoiiai.) irg. sam
which will be fire points on the
inter-class actirity trophy.
The senior's edition Is complete
from editorials to a goodly show
ing of advertising and plenty of
real news and sets a stiff pace for
the other classes. It contains also
memorlans to two high school stu
dents who have died within a week!
Harold Nickell and Edwin HIrsch.
Mrs. Sam Hunter Suffers
Light Case of Paralysis
Woodmansee, Loar. Steelhammer,
Stamle. Ballentyne. King ana op
land. Mrs. Loar won high score.
Earl Kennell of Salem was a
business visitor in Sllverton on
Attorney A. O. Nelson attended
to legal matters at rorusuu tu
Salem on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Robenalt
and daughter Nina- were Salem
visitors on Wednesday.
the : other said, resting his oars,
a a childish voice rang out over
reu. a. t.Diiec-j
Hunter, one ofj
J the golden wedding anniversary
lllph School new?- at h Mathl.t .1,i,r. ani4.v
"That's a; paper issued every two weeks, was uUht, iufrered a slight stroke of
paralysis on Monday. She was Id
rood health Snndav. eniovinr thr
entirely in the hands of the senior; aervice alven in honor of 20 cou
class, and Is known as the senior
i pies in the church who have
the waters, singing. "There shall; edition. Elolse Whlte wag the class passed the fifty year milestone of
my soul find rest." editor and Lee Coe business man-j married life. "There were nine
"Father in Heaven." the man, ager. coup,es abJe aUenJ (he 8erTlce
said fervently, as he thought of, This ls the flrst lsSue llnder the Mr aud Mrg A Coolldge of
his own home and babies. A few,lriteriC,J.sa clarion contest recent- Colfax are guests at the home of
strokes brought the boat to . the ly announced and which will end Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reynolds. In
"deserted" house and the nttie(FeDruary 20 with tQe SOpnomore! honor of Mrs. Coolldge, Mrs. Rey
gtrls were rescued, soon to be journallBtlc efforts. The Juniorjnolds entertained Monday with an
safe in their mother s arms. (.lag9 lg already thinking of newslafternoon of bridge. Those pres
Mrs. Van Alstyne had a remark- and features to gIve ,t fir8t hon .ent were Mesdames Coolldge.
mm - -3 AKakxts-nrVTA
aDie memory ami wueu l" ors in the competition f nutrn
Insurance company. The man
damus proceeding was Instituted 'inlshed the classic in a very short
in the supreme court here by C. T.
Haas, attorney for Kahn when
Judge Taswell dismissed the suit
for lack of jurisdiction on the
ground that the cause of action
did not arise in this state.
Attorneys for Kahn contend
that circuit courts In this state
have Jurisdiction in the case re
gardless of the fact which is set
up as an objection by Judge Tai
well. The supreme court has
fixed February 14 as the date on
which Judge Tazwell must file
his answer to the petition for a
While the suit brought by
Kahn represents only $5770 al
leged to be due on a 20-year en
dowment. policy written In 1903.
the outcome of this case It ls eaid
will have a very decided bearing
on more than 10.000 similar pol
icles held by German citizens in
American Insurance companies
and involving insurance aggregat
ing approximately $52,000,000.
A great part of her time was
taken up in writing hymns and
in knitting wash cloths for her
friends. While teaching in an in
stitute for the blind, she met
Alexander Van Alstyne, who had
been attracted to her by her
hymns, being a lover of music
himself. All of her hymns breath
the happy confidence of one, who
although unable to see the beau
ties of nature, had visions of
things unseen and eternal.
This hymn has frequently given
hope and comfort to the cheer
less. During a great flood of the
Missouri river, some years ago
two little girls were left alone in
their home by their mother, who
had been called away. During the
night, the river broke away from
its banks and the water beat
against the door of the house. The
older a-irl. then ten. had been
charged to watch over her young
write words for 40 subjects pro
vided her by Philip Phillips, the
"Singing Pilgrim." she set to
work, without pen or pencil. One
day, sometime later she called Mr.
Phillips and dictated to him as he
wrote, the whole forty hymns.
She was a writer of secular
songs, some of which became well
known, among them being
"There's Music in the Air." "Hazel i
Dell" and "Rosalie, the Prairie
Yes All Green
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Affidavits of Prejudice
Issue In Supreme Court
The question as to whether or
not the legislative act ot 1919 pro
viding for the filing of affidavits
of prejudice against circuit Judges
applies alike to probate Judges m
counties In which this work ls
handled by a member of the cir
cuit bench, was taken under ad-i
visement by the Oregon supreme
court Friday afternoon following
arguments In an original proceed
ing in mandamus brought by
Barge E. Leonard. Portland at
torney against William A. Ekwall.
presiding Judge of the circuit court
Leonard ae attorney for Amas
King, an alleged Incompetent, for
whom the appointment of a guard
ian Is being sought, has filed an
affidavit of prejudice against Cir
cuit Judge Tazwell in charge of
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to $7.00. Go in this sale at
Men's and Women's $6.00, $6.50 and $7.00 Pumps and Ox
r fords All Go at $4.95
Men's and Women's $7.50, $8.00 and $8.50 Pumps and Ox
fords All Go at $5.95
put on every Wed
nesday at half
326 State St. Next to Ladd & Bush
STANLEY BURGESS, Mgr.
11 I SU&ti&M
Just as shown in the pictui
but far finer than the picture
can make you believe. For the
artist has painted in rich and
glowing colors the flowers of
the garden and in the center
panel there are a pair of green
parakeets ofttimes called
"Love-birds" from the fact
that the Gypsy Fortune tellers
used to use them in their (al
ways hopeful!) prophecies!
They stand about five feet in height
the metal standards are finished in rich
antique colors. The shades are hand
painted veltex with a long fringe of
By all the laws of trade such lamps as
these should sell for twelve-fifty to. fif
teen dollars But the purpose of the
sale is not to make money but to make
friends for the Burnett Jewelry Store
and the Burnett Budget Plan. Hence
we shall sell them at seven ninety-five.
And on Ijhe Burnett Budget Plan at
TAKE ONE FOR
HALF A DOLLAR
PAY THE BALANCE
A DOLLAR A WEEK
put on every Wed
nesday at half -price
457 STATE STREET
THE CHURCH WITH AN AIM