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. ' " " " ' ' The New OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Saturday, Morning, April 6, 1929 , - 'PAGE SEVEN
Presldent Preparing Fishing
Tackle as Spring Season
... '- 1 X i ;
Br RICHARD I. TURNER
Associated Prca Staff Writer
WASHINGTON. Apr. 5 (AP)
The call of ib troat streams is
becoming laereaslngly clear to
president HooTer these soft
Like many another Inreterate
angler lie is derotlng1. odd min
utes to an Inspection of his fish
ing tackle and preparations for
. the season's .first foray against
the flnay denizens of the wood-
land streams. ..And on Saturday,
he hopes to pack np his rod and
reel and a few of his farorite
tiles, pall ea his wading boots and
come to conclusions with his wary
ChW Has Choke
Qfc Two Places
In the meanwhile, the chief ex
ecutive Is deciding Which of two
fishing preserves he .will visit, the
one on the Rapidaa river la Vir
ginia, or the other in Maryland,
near Frederick. The latter can
be' reached in an hoar and a half
driving, while the Virginia site is
twice as far away."
If he -chooses the Virginia
groundi, his actual fishing will be
limited as on his first visit Jthere
be plans to look the place over
and select a spot where army
' tents may be pitched for his con
venience on ftrture trips. The log
cabin which he has la contempla
tion Is not to be built until next
. year. ,
Holiday Is First ,
la making this trip Satarday
Mr. Hoover will take his first
holiday since his inauguration.
Day after day. he has applied him
self to the problemsj of the gov
ernment and he is looking for
ward with anticipation to the re
creation and fresh air. ....
Steps were taken at the White
House today to see that there Is
no repetition of the lenghy recep
lon line .that shook hands with the
- - JW,yrs'ildent yesterday. Customar
ily, all who come to the White
House with letters of introduction
from 'members , of the house or
senate-. are permitted to file past
the thief executive and grip his
, hand. -' s
Right Head Made
tore and Swollen . - .
Yesterday's reception line num
bered 1,77 6 persons t consumed
more than 40 minutes of the chief
executive's time and left the mus
cles of his hand so sore that he
could not write comfortably for
seven hours. ' Moreover,' the pres
ident feared that it had been too
much of a drain upon his energy
- And so the White House today
passed the word along to Capitol
. hill that the legislators must con
fine themselves to ten persons for
each of the semi-weekly recep
tions, where yesterday one mem
ber of the senate alone, Copeland
of New York, sent 188 persons.
Originally a daily fixture of the
White House schedule, the recep
tions soon alter Mr. Hoover's in
auguration were cut down to two
each week and in the future he
plans to limit them to one a week.
Off icial Callers
Are Received V
The president received a long
list of . official cauers toaay, in
eluding many visitors from . con
gress. Senator Bingham, repub-
' lican, of Connecticut, called to tell
him of . the progress being made
by the joint congressional com
mittee which is looking into the
problem of a municipal airport
for the national capital.,
Representatives Cole and Ram-
seyer, republicans, of Iowa, dis
cussed farm relief with the presi
dent bat would not say anything
upon leaving the White House.
Resresentatire Crowther. re
publican, of New York; discussed
tariff revision while ether-callers.
Senator Oillett, republican, Mas
sachusetts, .. Representative Ran
kin, democrat, Mississippi, and
Representative Burtness, republi
can. North Dacota," declined to say
what they had taken np with Mr.
floorer.. :.. ' , .. ; . " -- ---
WOMEf J AT HUB BARD
HE FINE MEETING
" V;' $ - .- if -
; HUBBARD. 'April 6 (Speelal)
Mrs.-Laura Jackson and Mrs.
es for the Hubbard Womans' dab
ru'ednesday afternoon at the home
nr MrL Jsekaon.' Primroses and
Easter lilies made the rooms ' Terr
attractive.' Response to Toil call
was made with favorite quotations.
Mrs, Hand Bidgood and Mrs. Anna
Stauffer were . appointed oa the
program committee for the new
year. A third member will be apr
pointed later." The committee on a
library room reported that a suit
able room had been located. Fur
. ther plansrfor the library; were
discussed. - J r:
. , Reynolds was the subject for
the study Boar. Mrs. -Ethel John
son read the "Biography of Reyn
olds" and -Mrs. -Mabel Crolsant
' gave the picture study "Age of
Innocence.'. Miss Betty Brown en
tertained with a humorous mono
logue responding with a pleasing
encore ; ' '' '
Refreshments were served to
the following members: Mesdames
Eunice Braden, Ella Watson, Sa
die Rich, Ella Stauffer, . Anna
SUuffer. Cora Smith, Fay Soott,
Sadie ScholU Ethel Riley,' Neva
- McKensle. Elna Mack, Laura Jack,
aon, Louise Grimps, Mabel Crol
aanC Mary Coleman," Blanche
Brown, Very Boje, Maud Bidgood,
Margaret Anderson and Miss Mary
: Clothes td Class
JACKSONVILLE ria April .
(AP) Six a girl j students ; at
Robert E. Lee high school who
Lover Must Dio
I -p ' Hi , Y
I !". ,.'.-.-14,', ' I
Wfr:: r 'J
ss-sawiiina;;- j J I I
Crossed tit love, Henry She
man. 19. of RvshviHe. Neb., must
die in the eleetnr chair, the state
supreme court has declared, re
fusing to set aside the death sen
tenea. - Sherman was convicted of
killing Roger Pochen. a ranches
f o whom h worked. Mrs. Pochoo
and ,e her mother-in-law. , when.
Pochon, refused Co allow him to
tnsrrr his dauchter. Nellie.
were sent home yesterday. hr
wearing "snabaek" dresses, cut
low in the back! to permit the ab
sorption of more sun's rays, cap
itulated today and returned to
classes clad fn what their teachers
said Was "more modest apparel.'
MOTHER'S DEATH IS
occisn fou if
NORTH SANTIAM, April 5.
(Sjaclsl) Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Hoddleston of Wil lamina, former
residents here received a telegram
Monday from Fresno, Calif., an.
nouncing the death of Mrs. Hud
dleston's mother, Mrs. Anderson.
They left for Fresno , Tuesday
morning traveling by, auto.
Frank Tripp - who has been
working the past several months
la a logging camp at Naphtha has
returned home. v - r'n.
Mr.' and Mrs. Floyd Hsddleston,
and baby Janice, Mr. and Mrs.
Vera Hddleston. Garland Huddle
ston and Roy Cobb of Willamlna
spent Easter Sunday at the home
of their parents, Mr. and. Mrs, O.
E. D. Powell of Tyee. Douglas
countr, who has been visiting in
the homes of his daughters, Mrs,
Fabrique and Mrs. Cobb; accom.
panled them back to Willamlna,
where, he will spend a few days
visiting relatives there. ,
Wlalfred Davis is .working for
Mrs Seofield who has been quite
ill but who Is slowly Improving.
Mrs. Bert Keithley received a
letter from her son Leland at Mill
City. In which he told of recent
purchase of a house aad lot there.
Retha and Winifred Davis. Har
old Wilcraft. Marie Arehart and
Louis Seofield attended the Com
munity club at West Stalyton
Tuesday evening. Retha and Har
old took part fn 'the .singing by
the glee club. Recha with the oc
tet sang two numbers. "Come
Where the I Lilies Bloom," 'and
"The Lullaby," and alsosang a
solo, "Romona. Harold, with the
quartet sang "The Song of Haw
aii," and "Mr. McDonald's Farm."
Mrs. Frank Ouenkel and Mrs.
Roy Reeves motored Tuesday from
Mehama to the home of their par
ents Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Bond In
Mr. Guenkel's recently purchased
new ear, and they, with Mr. and
Mrs. Bond and son Wayne, went
to Salem Where Dr. Harry Seofield
began giving Wayne chiropratlc
treatments for drawing of the ten
dons in his legs.
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Tabrtque
and daughter Lela Huddleston,
spent the week end at the homes
of tfieir children. Chester Hud.
dleston and Mrs. Lyle Cobb.
HAVE HUE BBIEFIT
. DALLAS. April 5. The Dallas
Odd Fellow and Rebekah lodges
are arranging a benefit carnival to
be held Friday, April 19. at the
Dallas armory. The proceeds of
the show will go towards making
good the fire loss recently sus
tained by the organizations.
It Is planned to have- a free
program,, followed by , "jitney"
dance, featuring both modern and
old-time dances. There is to be
eleven carnival booths, each with
an admission charge of five cents.
The affair is being announced
In other lodges throughout the
valley, and it Is probable that a
large number of outside friends
IBM SPEECH IS
111 MILES . AWAY
NEWARK, N. ' AprU S
(AP) Two thousand citizens of
New Jersey, Including Industrial,
political - and ivte leaders.' sat
down to dinner tonight in six dif
ferent cities of the state and lis
tened In common to the voice of
Ambassador Dwight W. .' Morrow
speaking in Mexico City, some S,-
15 1 miles away. Telephone wires
carried the ambassador's address
to radio stations at Newark. At
lantic City and Camden, ,, which
broadcast It. -
The occasion was . sponsored
jointly by the New Jersey Bell
Telephone company and the state
chamber f commerce. :.f
The "key" dinner was held at
the new state telephone headquar
ters , broadcasting In . Newark,
which was dedicated tonight on
the occasion .of the SOth anniver
sary of the telephone in New Jer
sey. ! Ambassador Morrow reviewed
the history of communication aad
transportation ', between Mexico
and the United States, and spoke
of the weU nigh perfect" me
chanical instrument: He Invited
all his audience to "visit this coun
try aad see something of the
charm of a nation hich has the
oldest etvilixatioa upon the North
American continents," and added:
- "You caa come and still feel
close to your home at any hoar of
the day or sight. You nay talk
directly to your business associ
ates or to your famines.'
!. IV-!--: '. .
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HEAD APPROVES' PROJECT -'
Dr. Elwood Mead, commissioner
of reclamation, lias approved a
plaa for SCSO.oOO In work on the
EtanOeld district without the re
Quixemen of a ICt.Ott loan fund
previously asked for. t '
AL PRODUCTS AT
Mrs. Edith Tozier Weathered
Principal Speaker' at
Unique Affair " 1
WOODBURN, April 8 .(Spe
cial) A - splendid display of .'.lo
cally manufactured products was
shown at the regular meeting of
the Woodburn Woman's club' In
the library. Wednesday afternoon.
Among the products shown, were
canned goods from the Ray Brown
cannery, basketry and rugs, made
by local women.
. The theme of "Home Products"
was further carried out In an ad
dress by Mrs. Edith Toiler Wea
thered of Champoeg. Other' num
bers on . the program were two
piano duets. "Festival March" and
"Evening Song." by Mrs. C C
Geer and Miss Margaret Jackson,
and a' quartet number. "Snow
flakes," by Juanita Hicks, Opal
Dickey. Ruth and Edith Shrock.
Delegates for the county con
vention of Woman's clubs to be
held at Silverton April 25 were
Mrs. Evan C Beers, Mrs. W. J.
Wilson, Mrs. H. L. Gill, Miss Em
ily Hlndman and Mrs. W. F. Nor
man. The alternates were Mrs. E-
T. Sims. Mrs. V. D. Bain, Mrs. W.
D. Simmons. Mrs. J. J. Hall and
Mrs. A. H. Dean. The standing del
egates to the meeting are Mrs. E.
N. Hall, past county president.
Mrs. -' Eugene Moshberger, past
county president, and Mrs. C. C
Geer, eounyt civic chairman.
nxaT tjytteb aaxmn
. Kifiioa brtwMa. 12tk asd CaiTanttr.
S. 8. Bcndersom. ptor. JUa. 1155 Mis
tioo. Hum ISOSW. SerrieM 11 a. m.
ad V:50 ft. au roarta aaartertf
Isrerne bataiM aaaaioa Aatardav.
aiaf. Saaday aeeaal 10 lb. Sapt AUea
M. Haadaami. - Tomr paeplea aMetiaga
6:30. IUt. . O. Pallac, leadmr. Prayer
wmea aaea naoaaaoav (rniif
n a aaiwwT aaaaeianam
aaek Tkandar afteraaaa at 1:S0 p, ts.
at tba . hares. - Rer. Walter BayaaMa,
pcatidias aldar af taa WUlaautta dUtrlet,
will kata aaarga af tka Baaday aarricea.
stotxcb or axus or oovniocraTi
Oanaral Xtd OfXlM
Waraingtea, i. li. Marc a 15, 1918.
Kaiica ia karear ciTsa that aabjact ta
tka aaaditiaaa aad fiaiitatiaas af taa act
at Jaaa , ltiS (S Stat. 21S, a aataad
ad by tka act of May 17, 1S2 14 Stat.
597) aad pursaaat to departmental rrg
aUtiobi of Apra 14, 1924 (50 L. 1. 7S),
tka tiakar aa tka faUawiad laada will ka
aai AarU 89, 1929, at lu a 'clock a. .
at pabiie aaetiea at tka Catted Btatea
land otfica at Koaabars, Orefoa, ta taa
kickett bidder at aot mm tka a tka as
Braised valoa aa akoara by this aetiee.
ala ta be sabject te tka approval af the
Heeratary at taa laterter. 'raa parcaaaa
irtee. wita aa aeameaei saat at eae-
if ik ol oaa oer ceat tkereef. beiar eoaa-
atiMioas allaared, auut be deposited at
tisaa at sale,' saoaey ta be retaraed if
tala ia aot approved, otherwise patent will
tstae lor tae tiaiaar, wntca mast aa re
stored witkia tea year. Bids will ka
receiTed froat citisaas af tka Called
Btatea, awociatiaaa at sack citiseaa
aad corporstiona artaaised aader the
law af tka United btatea or aay State,
territory ar district thereof aaly. Xpoa
appUcatioa ot a qualified parckaier the
tmber ad aay legal subdhneioa will be
offered separately before being iaclated
ia aay after of a larger aait. T. S H
S W. Sec -23 8 Wlk 8W4 yellow fir
1420 M, dead yeHow fir 50O M. T. 8.8
&. t K., Bee 31 KW red aad
yellow fir SSOO M. NI M WW red aad
yellow fir 2400 M, lot 1 red aad yellow
fir SSOO M. T. S &, K. ft W. Sea. 17
BW)t KJ?)k re fir xzou at. wnne nr
100 af, T. 19 8. K. S W. Sea. 15 KWK
8W14 red fir aaO It. SWk SWV red
fir 810 kf. T. II. 8M R. W. See. 1.
KWU 8Wtt yeUow fir 950 M red Xir
750 SC. aone af tka timber aa tkesa sec
tions to be sold for lest than 81.50 per
kf for tka red and yellow fir aad dead
yellow fir aad 60 cents per X for tka
white fir. T. 10 8, K. 1 E. Bee. 29 SWH
XW red fir 165U at, T. is 8., v.
S W- See. 19 lot S yejlow to UM X.
red fir 4.9S2 kt, T. 29 B. 8 W. See.
29 KEft ttlK Part Orfard cedar S5Q kf
yellow fir 2280 U NW KE4 Port Or
ford eetsr 570 U yeilow fir 1300 kt
8KU ktU Firt Oriard cedar S4 at.
yellow fir 630 kf, dead Port Orford cedar
40 kf. KEK K WW Part Orford. cedar
SSO kf. yellow fir 400 M.'dead Port Or
ford cedar M K, KEK SKVi Port Orford
cedar SOO kf. yellow fir SSO kf. Bona af
tka timber oa these sections ta bo raid
for lesa thaa 81.75 per M for the red
and yellowfir, $.0H . per lt far tka
(green) Port Orford cedar and 83.00
per. M. lor taa cead fort uriora eeaar.
T. 17 a T See. 8, SW k'U
red aad yellow ftr 260 . Jf aagar- piaaJ
125M, NEVi 8E4 red and yellow fir 1
400 kf, T. 87 a. a. 8 W. Sec. 25 SW4
sagsr pine 135 kf, yellow pine
85 kf, red and yellow fir ISO M. 8W
AW14 sogar pine 1251C, yelhw piae
ISO kf red and yellow fir ISO kt, &B
BW4 sngsr pine 75 If. yellow pine
BOkf. red aad yellow" fir 150 kf, See. 85
KEK SEH sogar piae 250 kf, yellow
piaa TO H, red one jeuow fir so. at.
o t BE aagar piae vo at, yeuow
pine SO JC red aad yellow, fir ISO kf.
aoaa af tee timber a these sections ta
be sold for less thaa 81.25 aerOC for
tka red and yellow fir. 83.50 per kf f or
tka sugar piae, aad 82.00 per kf tor tba
yellow, pine. T. 17 8 R 6 W Sec 19
BWK'BWtt red fir 600 H. T. S 8
K. 4 B. Sec 85. NWli red fir 8X0
AC. redt eedar 100 U. kemlock 80 M. aane
of taa tiatber oa these sections ta bo sola
for less than 82.00 per kf for tka rod
fir. 81.00 per kt for tka kemlock, aad
8L50 per at for tka red cedar. T. 88
B. 7 W See. 1L KEU yellow
iaa TO kf, sarar piae soO kf, red fir
20 kf. SB NE4 yellow piae 100 kf.
irr. piaa 180 kf. red fir It U, SW
yellow piae SO kf, aagar piaa
60 Si, red fir 60 kf, NWK SE4 yellow
iaa 70 kf, aagar plaa ISO kf, red fir
0 kI.-8W 6EU yellow piae io kf.
aagar piaa 85 K. red fir 10 kf.. XZ,
oufu. &: . in, ar ;
ISO kf, red fir 60 kf, 8Eft SWA yellow
Sine 49 M, sugar piaa aw kt, red fir SO M,
Wi 8W4 yellow piaa SO kt, aagar
piaa 160 kf. red fir 20 kt. aaae at tka
timber, oa tala aaetiea ta be so Id for Jets
tkaa 81.00 per kf for tee .red' fir aad
ss.oo par at for taa sugar ana renew
Sine. T. ST aU-av T W Bee. 19. BSk
Wi yellow fir 845 it. yellow piaa
75 kf. 8WK KW4 yellow fir 400 kf.
yeUow piaa SO kf, T. 87 8 ft. S W- See.
IS SEV KEU yeUaw piaa CO kf, red
fir 40 kf, smgar pine 140 M, BWkE
yellow piae 10 M. red fir dO kf. sagar
piae xuu ja.
10 kf, red fir
yelle-w piae SO
iaa 120 kf, 8EK KW
agar piaa SOO kf.
use 1.00 at, rea nr
0 K. red fir 120
80 kL surar aiaa 1
f pna so at, res nr at, aagar
110 kf. BWU klWU. yellow piae
kt. red fir 20 1L aasar piaa 80 kf.
NEK 8K yellow piae SOkf. tad fir
20 kf, sagsr pine 75 kf. HW 814
yellow .piaa S kf, red fir SOO X, aagar
Siaa SO X. 8E a yelldw plaa 10
U rod flrSOO kL sagar piae 100 X, ia
eease stair Jftlf. 8W E 14 yellow,
Siaa SO X, red fir 280 X,-aagar piae
0 X, iacease cear 10 X. SEJL 8WH
yeUow piaa 19 X, red fir ISO X, sagar
piaa 130 X. BWU SW yellow prae
20 X, red fir 120 X. aagar piaa 170 kf.
aaaa of tka timber' aa these aeetieaa ta
be eold for lesa tkaa 81.25 per X for
taa red aad yektow fir. 88.50 per X for
taa sagar plaa. 83 00 per X- for tke
yal!aw piaa aad 8140 per X lor tke
, WiUlsai pry, romHTsstoaar.
Xck. 17-80 A. -S-S-10-19-17-20-14-37.
- AXUASTCH . ,
655 Perry afreet. Saaday sckoel apeaa
remptly at4 9:45: Watter W.- Wells,
apt. Preeching serrice at 11 o'clock.
'Xost I Oa aad.Ematr HaadTd'' will
be sang by Mrs. J. O. Xistea aad Xrs.
O leans. Jsys. The aabjeet af tke asora
ing tnesssga will ke 'Tkat Spiritaal
Rock," Tke aseesaga wiU be followed by
tne nsoataiy eoaamaatoat aerrete. xoaag
people's aerriea at 6 :S0. Tka Dmidint
ef the society. Xrs. AnseC Wells will be
tea leaaer. naacaing service at 7:30
p. bu: The John Preiaea family will sing;
spec isl number. . - Oeed aeag aerrice by
tka - congregstioa aad aa oTsnrelutie
meetege by tka pastor. - Tke Tuesday
ereminr prayer neetiaa will be led bv
Xra.-AIvia Vaaeleaea. Toaag paapla'a
cottage prayer meeting Thursday evening
at the koxre af Xr. and Xrs. J. i. Wagers
aa Konte Ke. 7. Bible atady aad prayer
oa Priday Bigot at tka Teheraaele. We
welcome viaitera aad strangers ta all af
tkese services. J. O. Xiaioa, paster.
Bes. 1840 X. Cottags St. Phoaa 1878W.
(PaU Oeevei .
. Corner IStk aad Ferry streetK Satur
dsy Bigot 7:45, tka Yean People's sar
vice, wnn special autioasTT taikg aad
music. Every body inrited. Baaday 1:46
p. as, Bible school. A clssa far all tka
family. Roy C. Pergaioa, Saps. After
noon sereiee, B o clock. Sermon theme:
''Stmcktway Pergettiag." foUowed by
tne memoriBL ec ue Mtt f Mapp4
day sight 7:15, Xrs. Jaaaisea. sp
"The Creak Beseaa.' -Eajoy tk
est aambera ia tkesa serTioes. A kBeeial
baptismal aerrice - ia tke evening. Eerie
t. oeaiuson, pastor, una jtanoa straws.
win star e sola, . Toaag people's meet-
is la taa omnia at s:su
Sam peon - president.
ah Sf.SA lvm
Evening ' ersngsliitie
Tke juniors will
serrtec as 7 ;so
Bow. O. B. Hopkina, a former pastor -ef
ia wm preaca ia tea a to rung.
a doable- quartet wtii ring ia
Cknreh atreet betwoeai rw. - uJ
Center streets. 'Hew a Disciple Loot
Jesus. - Barmea at 11 . m. aad at 7:3a,
Vabaa. tka Xaa af Prayer." Both ser
mons by tke patter. Tke Soaday school
at 9:45. Xaz Oeklkar, Saps, R. a
Arpke adult Bible class, A. A. Kreage&,
T. P. dirisloa sad Xrs. C X. Eyrd. br?
mary division. The Lather leagues ai
8:80. The Ladles Guild next Wednesday
at 2:20. Xrs. C. X. Byrd, ek airman,
Xrs. P. W. Ericksea. in charge ef stady
sis airs. o. raters, xrs. xisary Keia
wald aad Xrs. A. C Meyers, koetesses far
tka day Wedaasdsy. AprU 10 at 8 p. as,
Aa 'inrltatioB is . azteaded ta everyoaa.
Special asasie at both morning aad ove-
aiag servtcoa ay caeir aaa caarea chorus
Kineteenth and Perry streets. H. O,
Htever. adaisUr. Buadsy school at 10
a. m. 0.0. Harris; 8apt. kforaing ser
vice at xs. . sermoa ea tbo capacity
for rrieadsblp." Christiaa Endeavor at
0:45 p. m. Iveaiag servioe at-7:S0. Tka
pastor will review aad discnac Pater
Atasue's "The Scandal of Ckristiaaity."
Aatkom by tka chorus choir "Seed Oat
Thy Light." Wamsn's Xissioosry leach
aaa aaa stney class weanesdsy at 13:30,
ST. JOHVS' LTTTHESAir al Bra.)
North 16th aad A streets (block Berth
of Old People's Home). No Sand sy
school. English service, at 0:45 witk
holy eommoaioa service, preparatory ser
vice at 9:15. German service at 11.
uioie study s:so. a. W. Gross, psator.
Corner Hsiet aad Aesdemr.
school at 10 a. m. .Preaching
at 11 a. as. aad 7:80 a. m. kfi
Tibbita will preach ia tka morning and
Brother C. D. Saner ra tke eveniaa. Ob-
ef the Lard'a Hunnea t thm
close af the ssaraiaa service. Pravav
meetiaf Thnrsdsy evening at 7;30.
leant people s meetia 7:30 rridsy.
OLA7 TZDnrOB XISalOaT
S43H Court atreet. O. 8. Johnson, pas
Bemcea ana a p. at, saaday school
8 p. m. Commaaion Soadav afternoon.
Week-dar aarvieea - Taasdav. ThnvedaV
sad Saturlsy evenings.
7ASOW Ua SCBXdaiAI, icethoitist
. Winter at Jefferaoa. Paster. Har
ry E. Gardaar. Kes. 860 Jeffersoa. Phone
3Z34W. Services 11 a. m. aad Sp. as.
Sermon topics: "The Cioriees Trail"
a. m.; "The Summer Hills" p. m. Special
music both morning ' and eveainr aader
the dircctioa of Xrs. Sheldon Beckett.
Sunday school 9:45. Sapt. H. B. Car
penter. Teong people s High School aad
Junior High School Lea rue seaaiea at 7
p. m. This wiU be the last chance te dis
cuss problems relative te the Convention
re a full attendance Is desired. Adult
forum session at T p. as.
Court aad High streets. W. Earl Coch-
raa. paster. Bible school at 9:45. W. T.
Jenks, Supt. Preacking services at 10:50
a. m. aad 7:30 p. ta, Subject ef morn
inc tbease: "Tka Grantees hfaraet fli
Earth" aaeSTn tka eveniag "The Ckal-
enge of Christ to Yoath."
rill sing aa anthem at the marainr ser
vice. "Sinr Allelniah" (Back) and there
will bs a speeisl number in tthe evening.
earner ana intermediate J. X. . V. at
rrasT baptist -
Corner af Marian and Libert atroata.
Robert Ia -Payae, pastor. Prod Broar,
Sunday school Sunt., aad director of ma
sic. Louise Findley, orgsnist. Sunday
school with five departments, 9 :45. Morn
ing- presetting service 11 o'clock. Bar
men topic "Re-Bern berinr Him Untn He
Comes." Sermeaatte for ckildrea alaa.
Three young people's unions 6:30 p. as.
evening-preacning semee T:SV. Bermoa
: I no
masie at both services by
church choir. .
Conquering Army of God."
as the evening Boar.
Prsyer aveetisg Thursday
' ' PIRST ETAXGELICArj - -
Coraer mt Llherlv aaii Canter. A. T
lay ton. pastor. . Bible school at :45.
I '1 horn too, npt. The gospel team
be aero artaay and
sd eusrtette will
aveaiaas. Bar.-' Beseoa Plow
maa will apeak Friday eveaiag; Kov.
Carl Wackerbarek-aa Satarday eveniac
There will be aa aU day meeting Saa
day. Rev. Pewrcan will aoeek at 11
a 'cock. Bar. Wackerbarch-wiU speak ai
8:30 and agaia at t:80. Special masie
by tka eusrtette aad other spedslr by
iadividasi members of tka Quartet. Ten
will enjoy tkese services conducted by
tkia (reap of yenng people freea tke
Kertk Pscifle Bible Iaatitatte -ef Pert
laad. Brina roar lnnahr-and saead tke
day wiU as. "Came thon with as. aad
wa will da tkse gaed.'. ,, , , I
CBOaXBtA mt. BYAkTOZLXCAZT
h Corner ef , Chemokete aad N. 17th.
Faster, G. E. Krskiae. Bee. 868 K, 17th,
Bt. fheae 100SW. 'Berricee Jl a. as.
aad 7:30 p. Sermon topics i Xora
Goal." - Evearngv "Tka
Pall af tke Nerthera XUrdeea. aad Its
Leseeas." Suaday school 10 a. ra. 8upt-J
S.-SO. Leader: Weldoa Xartia. Xid-
waek prayer aerrice . Tkursday evening
; - aoxTTH auxjac rxiEjroa
Coraar 8. Coovmereial aad Wseaiafftea
streets. 8ondsy sckeel 10 a, as. Xsrgaer
iU P. Elliott, Sapt. Xorniar worship 11
o'clock. Bui laesi bv the saator. fariatiaai
Eadenver S:S0 p.1 as. Prayer meeting.
Tapie : "Using tke Bible as a Iaily
Gsude. Silver Medal Peace Deelassatiea
eoBtest 7:30. Niae of tke chQdraa ef the
Saaday school will take pari, Tke public
ia invited. Tkaradar 7:20 m. as. P raver
meetiaf aad Bible atady. Charles O. Ha-
wocia. pasnnra9xaaa a. luoitij. -
The Terelar services will he held la
Vtka Chxietiaa 8eieaca ekarea, coraer af
Liecity aad Chemeketa at 11 a. as. aad
S . as. aad tke Basse servioe ia repeated
ia tke evening. - Wedaesday evening
Bteetiag -ere held -at a'claelr-aad in
clude tettimeales ef kealiaf tkroagk
Ckristiaa Science. 'Suaday school lasa
ea for pupils p ta the sra-af SO years
are held at 9 :45 aad- 11 a'eloek. A
reading reem far tka pabiie la snaiataiaed
at 40a Xasonio Temple. -Tka- kewxs are
freea 11 to-6:B0.eseept Baadaya aad
kalidavs. Tka Bible aad all aatkeriaed
Christiaa Scion ee literature asay be read,
borrowed ar pwrchssad. Tka pabiie is
invited te attead tka services aad ta ass
' ch u afTj-f or - tilb Slllxrjni
"One block soutk , af Center aa iSfk.
L. T. Rmitk. vaate'. Baa. VCst B. Com
mercial. Phoaa : 2940. Saaday acbool
9:45 a. am. Tke Children' choir wiU Sing.
Frank Lit wilier, Supt, will be ia charge.
kfanlat worthier 11. Bev." C. H. Hov-
kias will presck. Xrs. Hattie Litwiller
XBTEXYATXOYA BtBLB ITUUEJITS
WiU broadcast tkeir Sunday -a-qmlag
service from 10 ta 11 tareagh B.TBK,
Bible atady la tka afternoon . aa -ssaai,
from 2:30 te 4:3 at 1160 Broadway.
State aad 18tk atreet. Rev. A. Krsasa
ef Portland will eeeapy tka palpit.- Ger
msn serviees at 10 ereloek aad Saaday
sckoel at S:L5 a. m. Xias kiartka- Bat
term an, Sapt, Xmtaar laagae at 7:80
P. SB. .-:;-rr-;- - . , . - . - I
LATTSB BAT SAXaTTS
881 Cksmeketa at root, a Detain. Barn-
day sckool 10 a. at. General meeting aad
speaking services IS Booa. Ka eeUsctioas.
Pifteeatk and Mill streets. Pstrik If.
Daklia. Baatar. Meraina- -worskia 11
o'clock. Bermoa topic: 'Christ Our Help-,
or." Okarek eckool 9:46 a. am-Xias Es
ther Erickaeav Sapt. XitSVee Oker
berg, eiemaatary Sapt, Epwortk leagaee:
Senior learne naoeta at 4: SO p. as, Tke
topic Is "The ChrUtiaa ia Social Life."
Tkia is tka first af a asoatk'e aerie ea
tke raaerat theme. "Xakiax Oar Priead-
skipa Chrirtksa." The Iatermodiate
Laagae will be led by Parry Browa. The
topis will be "Oaooeiac Oaa Priaada."
Tke paster will be ia charge ef tke eve
aiag service te be held st 7:80,-
COTJBT ajTBSXT CHTntCR 01 fmEIST
. CoaiJ and ITtk. B. T. Skaomskar. aim-
"-- et. atreet. male scnoeL
Mrs. Prank XsrskaU. fiaat. 9:4m
", worship 11 s. as. Subject! "The
Lard'a Bopper." Tka Ckri-tiaa-Eadesv-r
and Junior meetinga 6:80 p. as. Soag
T "- mmivm . :av p. na. The aaa
0 HT-i?."?. wU,..b A Captaia'a
Wedaesday 7:30 p.
" itaTtiXIal CBBIMCB.
CotUtesad Cmeeteketa streeta. Bar.
r array, aaiatatar.e Cbrnrek
-- aw a. na. artus laBtraMi..
iieia as it a. as, Xr.
Porrey will preaek tke first ef series
a erolutioa ef Ckrtatiaa
1T ..-a Chore bos. Sabjeet Uia Saw-
day wiU be
aad tkat e( Psal." Xrs. Xsrtia Perrey
will btbc -Coasidar tke Lilies." bv
Seott , jlrs. W. A. DaateVat tiie Wsa.
9-4 W-rii?-. Sunday school
ah'lV'ti'a?- Kert P-v Jfnraiag wor-
fiffi?". tTTTtand VhU eom-
nr. mnrvice. Zveaiaa- service T-.IO
taeladiaf asering pletare revealing the
are sreasaraa ax una vanes. XaiS mev
iac pietara wiU skew assay af tka fias
eld works af art af BaphsaC Xiekael Aa
gala aad aikera whe derated aa atack
ttase. aaa oevetiea te raligioaa
Charles . Ware miaister.
PrsUrnal Temple ea Ceater street -between
Likerty aad High.. Serricea Saa
day eveaiag at 7:30 a cloak. Ia tka aa
seaoe ot the regalsr paster, Addie Buek
ea Bobiasda. asissieaary far tka state
spiritaaliaS asaoctatioa af Oregaa, wUI
be the speaker. - Topic: "He Uvea, aad
Because Me Livoe Tea Shan Live." Xea
sager. A circle will be keld Sunday eve
aiag from 6 te 7 o'clock.
. Sontk femmerfiial mmA afvare at i ..la
fS. Darlew. Jokaaea, paster, fees. 848 E.
Myers 8. Pboaa 87 64. Saaday sckoel
begins at 9:45 promptly. A. C. Boh re
sted t. Sapt. Orckestra direoted by Clark
Will plays la tke auditorium. Worship at
11 - a. m. Anthem by the ehorns ckoir,
"Come Perth ia Trlnmnh" (Wilsoa).
Sole by Jeka X. Kelly of St Helens.
biUtyt Par Whatf Te Whomt Breaiar
hoar at warship aad fellowship at 7:80.
Sermon by Ormal B. Trick, assistaat psa
tor. ea -'We Would See Jesea," Sola,
"Xy Psitk ia Thee" (O'Hsra). by Xax
iae Uuxiek. Tkree leagues at 6:80.
Coraer of N. Winter sad Chemeketa
streets. Bev. Nermaa K. Tally. IX I,
pastor Ckarea. sckoel 8:30 a. as. Class,
es for all ages. Xoraiac warsaJp 11
o'clock. New members will be received.
Bermoa by tke pastor, "The New Psss
ever" will be followed by the OemmnMe
service. "Solo, "To Who Sia .and Te
Who - Sorrow" Haaader William
Wright. Offertory eathem, "Bread of
the World" (Msekinaoa). Ckristiaa
Eadeever soeietiee aseet at 6:80 p. m.
At tka eveaiag aerviee tke Easter eaa
eert gives last Suadsy will be repeated.
Te are iavited te all ef tkete Berricee.
Comer Capitol aad Xarioa streets. W.
O. Lieakaemper, pssear. Saaday ecfcsot
at 9:45, P. K. Erase. Sept. Eaglisk ser
vices 10:80. Subjeet: "The Sacred -boss
.ef Tratk." Germaa servioes at
11! 15. Sabjeet: "Tke Walk to Ess-
BpecisI musts by taa eaoir.
High sad Center streets. D. J. Hows,
Ssstor. Boa. 745 N. Cottage. Xr. and
ra. Claytea) B. Jaekaon, sssistaata. Bes.
967 N. 6tk- Bible ackool 9:45 a. m. Ws
are. always glad te kave bow enrollments I
sad to welt ems visitors. Morning war-
skip 11 'sleek. "Speeisl masie: aatkam.
"Haw -Beautiful Upoa tka Moaatain'' :
eaVSEaVMa JSUmf a awewtaa, artamaw mvw 1
i tka Lord" (XeGrsnakaa). Xolly
Btyiea. Bermoa, - "raa wsigamg
it paster. Kveninsr am vmss
p. as. aathsss, r-Beck ax ,
Area" (H. .
TTXST atawif- stAl-RAT
lrarth. 43Dttaea and T streeta. O. "
Ratdek, minliter; O. Schnake, Asst. min
ister, . Bpndsy school . 9 :46 , a. m. 8am
Bekirmakf Sapt. Serrice 11 a. m. Beimea
tenia. -Tka Kestocatrea af Peter. Ob-1
servaace of the Lord's Supper foils Wing
tka aaerniag service at wkiek time the
hand ef feUewship will be exteaded te
fire bow members af tba ekarck. Quar
terly basiaass meeting st 3:30 p. at. An I
into retting program ia amagsd far 7:80
p. m. by the B. T P. U. Tke male
chorus will sing, a male quartet will give
tke message ia .picture aad song. Henry I
Ebbs frenTDallas also will favor as with 1
a chalk talk. Begalar mid-week prayer
service S p. m. Wednesday.
TraST xxthObist episcopal
Corner Sute aad Church. P. C. Taylor,
Bastor. Baa. 626 Stste. Phone 874. Di
rector religious education, Xargsret K.
Sutherland. Phone 872. Serricea 11
as. aad 7:30 p. m. Bermoa topics: "The
Golden Bale' "Tke Almost Ckristlsn."
Special masie: orgaa anmbere "Morning
Prelude" (Seed) aad Vespers! ' (Neax-I
mr) bys-ref. T. a. Baaorts. Anthems,
"The Heaveat are Telling" (Haydea),
"Tke Great White Host" (Grieg).
Church school 9:45 a. m. Clatsss far all
ages. H. P. Skaaks, Sapt Epworth
leagnes- University ckapter, "Tke Last
Word Ideals." Trader. Heloa Brei
tkaapt. Pint ekarck ckapter and Junior
high ckapter ia ekarck aaaez. Jaaior
charck 11 a. m. ia aaask,
I 'I TTT- is only rtxently
II tnat lite insurance
-il. companies have
ceased tctpublish lists off
benedciaries under life ,
For this reason: Becanse
these lists iwnished nn
scnzptiloas stock salesznen
with the names and ad
dresses of people who had
ed for iamily
was being risk
ed in specula
If you would like to know
the modern method of pro
tecting the proceeds of your
life insurance policies; here
Arrange with us for
a Life Insurance Trust.
You make your policies
payable to us as trustee.
You inrtruct us in writ
ing how you want your
life insurance money
invested, and to whom the
Income and the ptfadpal
shall be paid, when arVl
in what amounts.
We make it our f Offf
' . I B w
business to carry
out your wishes
plan is being so
by business men
throughout the country
that we think you, too, may
wish to look into it, .
We shall be glad to talk
with you about it when
ever you are readye
" S-Aet Comedy
"AT THE END OF TTHE
Presented Toadsjbt, April ft
JASON LJBB CHURCH
A rollicking comedy with a
capable croup ot actors
AdaalsstoB 85 Ceats
Ladd Sl Bush Trust Co.
A. N. Bush, President
L. P. Aldrich, Secretary
Wm. S. Walton, Vice President
Jos. H. Albert, Trust Officer
Buraclt Bros. Jewelers "Pay us as you are paid" Thirteen Stores on the Pacific Coast
. - Not only lrgestTOtehotx) tn
SALE TODAY FOR MEN
I Handsome Strap Watch
i GOLDEN WHEEL LIGHTER
Both for the Price of On
1 .1 '
nav-mv m i i a i n t mi a. m en. B B I i tl i 91 mM , sj m -
mrmi)KsWj t dj
Ones a train Dime Fortune smiled on ns and sent us ahalf hundred wonderful uttches to sell at way tinder
the nationally advertised price. They have IS jewels and are in the latest stylesand every one is uncon-
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i .... . oiuoiiauy j(uair&uu;cu. - iutjr wui uv mu uii, w-c ywswwt j- :
models will do and do it quite as welL All have luminous dials
and handsomely ensrraved cases. They are better looking than
the picture we have iisede-:,"----
And Alonf With the Strap Watch There is the Ufhtei-N
A' real $10 Golden Wheel, one that is tmccmditionaUy. guar
anteed for a life-time (and that doesn't mean maybe). -You
mav have these with leather covers or the engraved models.
Those who come today will be able to get a strap watch and
lighter for Jess than they would usually pay for the watch
alone. - Both today for Nineteen Fifty, and on the Burnett
Uudget i-Jan. .ray &oc down ana $1 a weeK. , . -.
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457 STATE STREET