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Will Discuss 10-Year. Plan
With Officials at his
Rapidan River .Home
ORANGE. Va.. Aug. 2 (AP)
President Hoover this weekend
trill confer at his Rapidan river
lode near here with government
ofMelals concerning a pogafble
speeding np ot the federal ten
year public construction program.
Uke last week's discussion
which resulted In a decision to
create work on the lower Missis
sippi and other waterway projects
"t relieve unemployment, the ob
ject of this week .7111 be to de
termine if similar relief measnres
can be taken in connection with
the building program without dis
turbing a balanced budget.
Reports "Will be
Ferry K. Heath, assistant se
cretary of the treasury In charge
of public buildings and John W.
RhilHps, assistant postmaster gen
eral having supervision over post
offlee sites, will participate in the
Both 'had reports showing the
status of the $550,000,000 build
ing program launched three years
. ago and were prepared to outline
' to the president, projects they be-
year's appropriations. Of the to
' tal authorized for public build
ings, congress has appropriated
more than 1300,000,000. includ
ing $115,000,000 for the national
The unemployment situation
primarily -is back of the confer
ences. Secretary Hyde, upon leav
ing the cabinet meeting In Wash
ington today, estimated farm la
bor unemployment to have in
creased roughly about eleven per
cent since the drought began.
LONDON, Aug. 29. (AP)
Torrential rains, violent winds
and lightning broke with the
force of a tropical hurricane to
night over heat-stricken north
ern England and Scotland.
Before the storm's fury Prime
Minister Ramsay MacDonald, re
turning by airplane to Lossie
mouth. Scotland, to resume his
vacation, was forced to turn
back and land at Catterick air
drome, Yorkshire. He boarded
a train for the rest of the jour
ney to Lossiemouth.
Widespread d a m a ge was
caused In the north. The east
coast ot Scotland was almost
Isolated from communication
with the rest ot the British
Isles. Everywhere telephone
and telegraph communications
The storm set In early in the
day while unprecedented heat
ruled over most of England.
At noon Edinburgh was so
dark street lamps and shop
lights were turned on. The
heaviness of the downpour and
the crashing thunder frightened
many people, to whom such
storms are almost unknown.
After a brief respite early in
the afternoon, the wind, light
ning and rain renewed their
furious sweep across the coun
try. A Glasgow postoffice official
said the storm was the. worst
ever experienced by the depart
ment. SEASON PEAK DUE
PORTLAND, Aug. 29. (AP)
Portland wholesale butter prices
held steady today at the advances
given top grades Thursday. Re
ceipts were reported somewhat
heavier while storage stock con
tinued to move into trade.
, Egg market remained unchang
ed in tone and price with receipts
and demand good.
Government market report on
f raits and vegetables said:
The tomato market stands
slightly weakened by heavy re
ceipts. Including 100 crates from
Roseburg by motor truck and
carload of SO pound lugs from Cal
ifornia. Green beans are at their low
est point of the year, selling to re
tailers as low as 2 to 3 cents a
Peak of tbe Yakima peach sea
' son will be here in a few days.
Large J. H. Hales are topping the
market at $1.25 a box.
Pear market continues dull.
Bartletts are rolling eastward un
sold. CHICAGO, Aug. 29. (AP)
M eanV Aa .. J a mntV a.a.ala4
mnVaUOi -IUVlUwl VfALU U(IUU
' earmarks was that tiday ot John
Kruspe, 18 years old. He fell with
five bullets In his head alter ne
stem aosvcieu au ui uiviawt
knock at tha door of his borne.
Mrs. Sue Gardner, nis nouse-
: tnnclr 'anil heard Krnma answer
: Is Jack !nt Inquired a voice.
. "I'm Jack, replied Kruspe. -.
"We've get yon this time," the
first voice said. The roar of niatola
followed Immediately. Mrs.. Oard-
r V Wk (V a kali.. M4
M.wm Mall I.U-5- UMaa1Vk - W .
ft Kruspe's body huddled on the
floor and to see the assassins flee.
''Police were Investigating a re-
i Port Krarner wax a ltea niiiif far
v t Kafe ramA-nakf2it ata-V - Antete tnnnlv.
; las) the loop speakeasies. : Mrs.
Cardner said as far as she knew,
IC rn vrtefth wa m alATnvt
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"Big Bill' TOden.naster strokesmam and strategist of tbe world of
tennis, with the trophies he woa at the Newport singles and doa
blee tournaments. Bill beat Wilmer Allison in the singles final.
Paired with Frank Hunter Bill again demonstrated bis genie by
beating tbe combination of Wilbur Coca Jr., and Harrison Cog
Adams' Attempt to Sell
Eugene Power Plant to be
Probed, Now Announced
WASHINGTON. D. C. Aug. 29.
(AP) The federal trade com
mission next week will begin an
investigation or an alleged effort
by E. J. Adams, former Oregon
resident, to bring about a sale of
tbe Eugene, Ore., municipal pow
er plant to eastern interests while
Adams held a position as special
attorney with the trade commis
sion. Adams has held legal positions
with government departments
since he was secretary to Senator
Stanfield. Letters in the hands of
the trade commission are said to
IN ARMY CIRCLES
WASHINGTON, Aug. 29.
(AP) Changes In army high
commands, including the ap
pointment of Brigadier General
George Van Horn Mosely to be a
major general and the elevation
of three colonels to the rank of
brigadier general were an
nounced today by the depart
The colonels were: Manus Mc-
Closkey ot Pittsburgh, assigned
to command the 12th infantry
brigade of Fort Sheridan, Ills.;
Herbert ' J. Brees of Laramie,
Wyoming, assigned to command
the 13th field artillery brigade
at Fort Bragg. N. C, and James
K. Parsons, Rockford, Ala., as
signed to command the ninth
coast artillery district at San
Major General Mosely of
Evanston, 111., will fill the va
cancy in rank left by the retire
ment, August 31, of .Major Gen
eral Henry D. Todd, commander
of the second coast artillery dis
trict at Fort Monroe, Virginia.
General Mosely has not yet been
assigned a post
TURNER, Aug. 29. Improve
ments have been made during the
week by way of putting down a
new floor in the waiting room o
the rail road depot. Also the rail
ing around the platform outside,
Mrs. Dorsey Edwards of Cor
vallis arrived Wednesday at 'the
home of her brother-in-law and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Edwards
for a short visit.
f Guests at the P. E. Thomason
home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Walker and their son, War
ren, of Portland. Also Mrs. Ro
berta Everson of Salem has been
a guest for a few days.
C. A. Bear and son, Willard,
drove up to Albany on business
Bones Bros, have full control
of their gargage after leasing the
business to another party for a
Whippers brought their thresh
ing machine down from the hills
Thursday evening and will thresh
a few small Jobs out before their
last Job near home and storing
their machine. '
Miss Gladys Given spent the
week with her father, George
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Parka were Mr. and Mrs.
Ersel Gusher of Dayton, and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hogue and daugh
ter. Miss Emma ot Portland. Mrs.
Gusher Is a niece ot Mr. Parks.
Mrs. A. E. Robertson began driv
ing to Salem, Thursday morning
with a load . of women who are
working In a Salem cannery.- They
win drive oown ezery oar.
Mrs. Raymond Titus has for her
house guests. Mrs. LUlie Churchill
and her grandson, Templeton Mc-
Elhaney of Albertson, Montana.
8. M. Endleott paid Tamer
business visit Tuesday.
John Girdarln, formerly of near
Turner, hnt now of Beaverton,
called on old friends here the first
OF NET WORLD
show he was interested in the sale
of the Eugene power plant to P.
W. Chapman company, a large In
Adams Is alleged to have inti
mated to several Eugene residents
that if the power plant were sold, I
eastern corporations would set np
new industrial concerns in En-
gene. The evidence against Adams I
includes a telegram, alleged to
have been sent to Eugene Regis-
ter July 2, which said:
Agreement with Chapman com-1
pany. New York, prevents disclos
ure of Industrial program until
price fixed. Survey essential to
fix price and McClain wired me
Saturday the board would not eon- I
slder sale of property and offers I
no cooperation in appraisal. This I
effectively blocks proposition.'
The trade commission now Is
investigating public utilities under
a senate resolution and its mem
bers have taken prompt cognisance
of the report an attorney on their
rolls was aiding negotiations for
the sale of a municipal plant to
CHICAGO. Aug. 29. (AP)
The straight and narrow path Is
no figure of speech to Sam John
It was a matter of too much gin
that brought Johnson before Judge
The aisle leading out, said
Judge Lyle. "is straight and nar
row. Tou may have heard, Sam,
of the 'straight and narrow,' if
you can make it, you're free."
Sam steamed down the aisle.
plckin' 'em up and. layln' 'em
jAnfO. Via ?AAt Wtltll SrAsfr JOa WA
Whir;eached t3 The volVe
of Judge Lyle reached him
"Keep right on going.
"Uh huh." said Sam.' without
turning around, "I'm goln' into
high' right now. and they ain't
v. rJ ,i,,ci.
JEFFERSON. Aug. 29. T. O
Keeter returned from Molalla
Wednesday morning, stating that
his brother, Sylvan Kester.
passed away Wednesday. August
27, at 4 o'clock in morning. He
has been suffering with sleeping
sickness for four years. -
vernia McKee underwent an
operation for the removal of
tonsils, at the General hospital
In Albany Thursday morning.
She is getting along nicely.
O. M. Ford of Granite. Ore
gon, and son, L. N. Ford of
Sumpter, were registered at the
Terminal Cabin ; camp, where
they remained over night. They
were former Jefferson residents
and were calling- on old time
friends while in town.
Mr. . and Mrs. Paul McKee
went to Portland Wednesday
morning and returned In a new
.mi wJ HZ m. Xi. ;V; Improvements on hi Home. Pnt
eral weeks with his uncle and I ' . ntnV.f fL, ,r.v.,i h.
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lynes,
nil Athav VstkT fi Vats a Vemfl Vl wwl aawt t I
his homo at Hermlston.
- Rev. Robert Mellvena and
children. Geraldlne and Ray
mond, were in Jefferson this
week, renewing ', acquaintances.
The Mellvena family were for
mer Jefferson residents. Mr. Me
llvena being a former pastor
here. - - -
Mrs. J. A. Vaughn and daugh
ter. Flora, were Albany business
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Watilns
and family, Mr. and Mrs. V. A
Wed ale, and Mra Minnie Banks
formed a party who left Wed
nesday for Newport and. Ta-
chats, wbere they will spend sev
Coroner's Jury Hears Tale
Of Attorney's Having
PORTLAND. Ore., Aug. .
(AP) A coroner's Jury Investi
gating the circumstances surround
ing the death of Charles Y. Wig
fall Portland attorney, who was
shot to death a week ago, today
found Wigfall "came to bis death
as a result of a gunshot wound,
v Of all the witnesses called to
the inquest only one told of Wig
fall's having mentioned suicide.
Miss Eleanor Blickley, a client,
said she had last seen Wigfall last
July when she went to his of
fice. She said he looked depressed
and she had commented upon It.
' "I won't have the disappoint
ments of life to contend with much
longer, she said Wigfall told her.
Copy of WO! Is
Miss Ruth Whitefleld, a close
friend of the attorney and dean ot
girls at Vancouver, Wash., high
school, testified she had a cony of
Wlgfall's will, the original of,
which Judge W. K. McCredie, Wig
fall's law partner, claimed had
been stolen. Mies Whitefleld was
not asked to reveal the provisions
of the will, which is said to name
more than two dozen beneficiaries,
i CLEVELAND, Aug. 29.
CAP) Pilots and their aides
who will occupy the six balloons
in the international Gordon Ben
nett balloon race which starts
here Monday, will be supplied
with weather Information by ra
dio until tbe last of them lands.
Twice a day the radio station at
Cleveland municipal airport will
broadcast this highly important
information to the filers.
The exact time of the take-
offs will be determined tomor
row night at a banquet here to
be attended by 1,000 guests, in-
; eluding airplane pilots, race of-
ficials, and others honoring tbe
balloon-ists. The first of the
entries is to soar upward from
the airport about 4 p. m
A special message from Preei
dent Hoover to the race entrants
from Belgium, Germany and
France, was on exhibition at the
race headquarters tonight. The
president extended a welcome to
! the foreign competitors and
i called the race "highly Impor
tant not only to the development
of aviation but also through
friendly competition In a splen
did sport it helps bring these
nations more closely together.
STOCKS RALLY AS
NEW YORK. Aug. 29. (AP)
The stock market ended August
with one of the most substantial
upturns since July, today, al
though the month has been a
period of narrow movements on
The closing for the three-day
weekend found more closing out
of short than long contracts and
as shorts attempted to buy back
their stocks offering appeared on
ly after considerable bidding.
The bull operators hoping for
better conditions after Labor day
took advantage of the situation
to exert considerable pressure on
shorts, evidently to leave a re
assuring impression in the minds
The price average of SO shares
gained only about 2 points but in
dividual advances ranged from 1
as Tuesday. Trading was extremely-
dull during the forepart of the
he8io?- Sales regated 1.858.-
"ca a?p , V.v01?.,, U
I as the omission of the Celotex and
Such displeasing corporate news
Oliver farm equipment preferred
dividends was without visible ef
feet. The further reduction of
126.000.000 in broker loans was
given more consideration, and
bulls placed a favorable interpre
tation on it. asserting It lndicat
ed the market was In an lmprtant
period of accumulation.
VALSETZ, Aug. 29. Oscar
Sprague's home three miles from
here on the Newport road, was
burned to the ground Monday
Mr. Sprague and family have
not been living there for some
Monday evening, a near by
neighbor saw an. unknown man
camped at the Sprague ranch
Next morning the home was in
ashes. Word was left at the
Cobbs and Mitchel store for
Sprague. He is now living at
Marion Rose is making some
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CiSMkt liberty .strettt, Suiay
rvfe &k 11 mm- Bah Wet. "CfcrUt J-
Bndit araaiac serrte r Aia-
mtiaaed darur Jaly M arn cren
ay ekool at 9:49 art 11 sjb. Tetti
nltl eatiar vary Wtint&r '
iac- a . lUadiar rMai at 0 Haeai
Tcaapla apca from 11 to 5: SO except Sna
sara aad aolidaym.
fXBST CUUBOH OT OOD
Corner Hood aa Cottar atrccta. C.
W. Hatea, pattor. Maraiag aarriea 11
'lock. Sabjcct: "Keliio Ipre
aiaai." ETcaiaf Mrric 7:30 a'cloek.
Sabject "God Remaibera." 8nndy
acbMl 10 a.m. LyU D. Kaox, Sapt. Mid
week Prtrer acrriea 7:80 p.m. Wed
nesday. Tonne Ppl aMCting C :30 p.m.
Sobleet "Badio prafraau"
SALEM BAFTI8T TZMTLB
Sobert L. Parna. aminiater. All Baa
day aenricea held la Uie Fraternal tem
ple, Ifarinn atre between Hick and Li
berty. Bible acbaal 0:45. Moraiair
praaekiar eerrieo 11 o'clock. Sermon
topic: "Tbe Meaning of Bible Baptism."
Solo, Kenneth Abbot. Baptismal serriM
following morning sermon nting tbe bap
tistry ot the First Christian ehnrch.
Tonng people's meeting 7 a.m. Ereninx
preaching M Trice 8 o'clock. Prayer
meeting Thnrsdsy night at the home of
Mrs. Martba Lottim.
Corner of Winter and Chemeketa
streets. Rct. Grover C. Birtchet, D. l.,
pastor. Bible school convenea at 9:30
o'clock. Mr. h. H. Ramage. Sapt.
Moraine worship at 11 o'clock. Dr. Birt
chet will deliTer a Labor day address:
"A Prophet's Call and Commission."
The made will include an anthem.
"From Egypt's Bondage Come" Page).
a sola hj Mis Thelma Darin. "Behold
the Master" (Hammond), and the or
gan numbers "A Song of Gratitude"
(Ce1e and "Grand Chorna" (Dubois).
Endeavor societies and Tonng People's
forms meat at 6:30 p.m. Evening wor
ship T: 30 a'clock. Sermon by the pas
tor, "Diligence." The choir will sing
In. Heavenly Leva Abiding" (Brown I.
Mr. William Wright will sing a gospel
solo, "Joy of .My Longing Heart" (Oli
ver). Organ numbers : "Twilight Rev
erie" (Martin). "March la F" (Bead).
Mid-week service at 7:80 o clock on
Thursday. Dr. Birtehat will lead. Ton
are cordially invited to attend onr ser
vices; strangers .win find a warm wel
19th and Ferry street!. Morning ser
vice at 11. Sermon by the pastor on
'Six Day Shall Thorn Labor." Sun
day school at 10 a.m. C. C. Harris, Snpt.
Monthly business meeting of tbe Ladiea
Aid, Wednesday, September 8, with Mrs.
W. F. Neptnnei 785 N. Capitol street.
CASTLE UNITED BSXTEBXM
North 17th and Nebraska streets, L.
W. Biddle. pastor. Sunday ehnrch.
school 9:45 a.m. W. A. Dunigsn, sup
erintendent. Morning worship 11 a.m.
Sermon, "Serving God With What We
Have. Christian Endeavor meeting at
p.m. Mrs. J. C. Hill if the leader.
Evening song and worship service at 8
p.m. Woman's Aid meeting on Wednes
day at the church. Business session.
Mid-week prayer and Bible study .service
on Thursday at 8 p.m. A special offi
cial board meeting will be held on Tues
day night at S p.m. Let all officials be
present with final reports of the year.
The annnal conference-convention con
vene! at The Dalles on September 10.
EMaCAWTTEIi FUXX. GOSPEL
Corner North 17th and Chemeketa
street. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Praise
and preaching at 11 a.m. Evening ser
vice Evangelistie at S p.m. Subject, the
Second Coming of Jesus. Mid-week ser
vices Tuesday and Friday evenings at 8
p.m. Young people' a prayer meeting
Wednesday night. Beginning this week
the pastor will devote two evenings each
week to a special Bible trsimng class,
for tha benefit of those who wish to
prepare themselves for ministry or mis
sionary work. Anyone wishing to enter
this class may tee Rev. C. L. Rounds at
his residence. 1755 H State street. Phone
FOBS KEKOXIAX SC. B, OX3M3sTnrrTT
Garth avenue aad Third street. Mere
dith A. Groves, pastor. 975 Edgcwater
street!. Phone 15M. Services 11
s.m. and 8 p.m. Sermon topics: "The
Carpenter of Nasareth,
Kingdom Come." in
aerleo on Lord 'a
Prayer, p.m. Special masie a.m.. Mlsi
Bath Beet and Ilia Digman will aing.
P. M Miss Roth Bedford will aing a vo
aal eel and Mis Vina Emmett will play
a violin solo. Sunday school : 9:45 a.nt
Wesley Warren. Sapt. Tonng People'
meetings: Epworth League 7 p.m. Week
day services: Bible study Wednesday S
tm. Ladiea Wednesday afternoon. Tbe
pworth league will hold its first fall
gat-together social Friday evening in tha
community hall. It U called a kitchen
party. All yonng people ef the Epworth
league, ehnrch and community are invit
ed. The Sunday morning service will be
a service in special observance of Labor
Sunday. The members- of the labor on
ions are invited guests. All laboring
people especially are invited to this ser
vice. Current event topie at the evening
service: ' Prohibition As I Observed it on
My Trip" by tha pastor. Tha pastor
will preach at both services.
GLAD TIDINGS MISSION1
Meetings in the tent Sunday at 11 a.m.
and S and 8 p.m. Rev. Mack Wyatt will
preach and the Clark radio singers will
sing. Meeting in the tent Monday night:
Rev. Pane ot Portland will speak. Meet
ing In the hall 255 Court on Tuenday
evening (also Thursday and Saturday
ST. JOHNS LUTHERAN (Mo. Synod)
North Jth and A streets. One block
north of Old People's home. Rev. H. W,
Gross, pastor. English services 0:45.
German at 11.
CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY
655 Ferry street. Louise Pinnell, pas
tor. Phone 53-J. 8. 8. at 9:45. Mrs.
Myra White. Sapt. Classes for all ages.
PTeachmjr at 11 a.m. ana 7:40 p.m.
Charles H. Spellman of Loa Angeles,
Calif., will address the congregation both
morning and evening. Mr. Spellman is
a converted Jew and will speak especial
ly concerning the present spread of
Christianity among the Jews. T. P. 8.
at 6f4 led by the pastor. Tuesday ev
ening prayer and fellowship meeting con
tinuing studies in me dook oi wks.
T. P. 8. Cottage meeting Thursday
night Rally of District Tonng People's
societies on Monday (Labor Day). Ser
vices at 10 a.m 3:80 tun. and 7:45
p.m. to which all are welcome.
Orchard Heights road. MeTedith A.
Groves, pastor. Residence, 973 Edge
water street. Phone 1566-M. Service
at 9:45 a.m. Sermon topie: "Tha Car
penter of Nazareth." Sunday school
11 a.m. Larkin Griee, Supt.
Church etreet between Chemeketa
and eenter. Rev. P. W. Eriksen. paMor.
Max Oahlhar, Sunday school Supt. Song
service and Bible story hour at 10:80.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Mr.
Gahlhar wil lspeak. Special masie: Lau
rence Deacon, guest soloist. Evening
devotionals conducted by the Lather
JASON LEE MEMORIAL M. E.
Winter and Jefferson streets. Hugh B.
Fouke, Jr., pastor; phone 1741. Morning
service 11 o'clock; subject; "Labor
Through the Looking Glass." Special mu
sic by tha choir. Evening service 8
o'clock; aubjeet: "What Do Te More
Than Others I" Special music by the
men's ehoma. Sunday school 0:45 a.sa..
H. B. Carpenter, Sapt. Mid-week ser
vices: T:45 p.m. Thursday ; the pastor,
leader; place: tha ehnrch. Tons Peo
ple' a meeting tt T pja. Sunday. Tare
leagues for intermediate, high school and
college nga frevps.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
High and Ferry 6 Graded S. 8. i:40 a.
m. Preaching 10:50 a. m. and S p. m.
A. M. Special Masie by Jlae Bible Imatltmte.
Male Quartette of Lo Angeles. Service la
charge of Dr. Isaac P. Ward and Male
Quartette. B.T. P. TJ.'s at 7:00 p. m.
Juniors Subject: "The Miion ary Albam,"
Leader: Vera Jeaa Huber.
F. ML SERMON Rer. W. Earl CtochraB. A
tfaen, "Bless the Iord, O, My Soul" Ash
ford. Inddeatal Solo, Mrs. Harry Harass.
Popular Goepet Song Service aad Special
WELCOME to all Services W Earl Cochran
, TIMMT OOsTOnXOATfOHAL
Cents aad Liberty straeU. 11 o'clock
Horniag warahip. Theme: ' 'Co-work am
With Gad." C S. GUver. f Portland
ill sing tare) eolaa. Mr. Ward m back
from hi vacation : and win be in tha
pulpit Saaday morning." Tha Missionary
meeting is postponed to September 10.
when Rev. K. D. Kellogg. Jut back from
China, will tall of condition in that war
torn eeutry. The meeting win bo held
at tha heene af Miss Edith Baaard. 640
Soatk Svmmar street hesteesee assist
ing Mlse Haaard are the Mrs. W. I. Sta
ler. C. W. Bieaer, E. J. Donnell. and
J. C. Tibbit. Charles E. Ward, minis
ter. rSXB METHODIST
Korth Winter and Market streets. J.
R. Stewart, pastor. 1230 North Winter.
Phone 326-W. Services 11 a.m. and 8
p.m. Seaenen topics: "Paal'a Objective,"
tm Iimm W Taan Ooade. S DJB.
Sonday school t:45 a.nu. Herbert Han
sen, Snpt. Tonng feopie a meetings :
Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. - Herbert
Hansen, president. Mra. Clara Cooley.
Snpt. Week-day services: Women 'a
prayer meeting Wedneaday at S:30 p.m.
Regular prayer service Thnrsdsy at ? :30
CHURCH Or THE NAEAREVB
One block aonth of 'Center on 19th
street. Rev. Fletcher Galloway, pastor.
Residence 475 Korth 24th street, phono
2309-W. The pastor will preach Sunday
from tha following subjects: 11 a.m.
"The One Mark of Discipleship." A
duet by Mr. and Mra. John Frieaen. 8
?.m. ' 'Learning Wisdom from God's
restores." Solo by Mrs. Hsttie Lit
willer. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. Frank
M. Litwiller. Supt. N. T. P. 8. 7 p.m.
Miss Thea Sampson, president. Prayer
meeting Wednesday 8 p.m. A special
feature service next Sunday Bight. The
Subject will be "A Challenge to Youth."
Special -reserved seats for tbe young
COURT STREET CHRISTIAN
Court and 17th street. B. F. Shoe
maker, minister, 845 8outh Winter street.
Phone 9689-J. Bible school 9:45 a.m.
Mrs. Frank Marshall. Supt. Morning
worship. 11 a.m. 8ubeet: "The Ser
vice of God," Christian Endeavor, 7
p.m. Song service and sermon 8 p.m.
Subject: "Church and State." deferred
from last Sunday. Aid society meets
Wednesday. Mid-week meeting Wednes
day, 7:45 p.m.
High and Ferry streets. Graded 8. 8.
9:40 in. Preaching 10:50 a.m. and 8
p.m. A. M. special maaie By tbe ihble
institute ntale quartette of Loa An-,
geles. Service in charge of Dr. Isaac P.
Ward aad Mala Quartette. B. T. P. U.'s
7 p.m. Junior subject: "Tha Missionrv
Album." leader: Vera Huber. P. M. ser
mon. Rev. Earl Coehran, anthem "Bless
the Lord. O. My Soul." by Ash ford. In
cidental solo Mr. Harry Harms. Popu
lar gospel song service and special mu
sic. Tuesday the 8unday school busi
ness meeting will be held Tuesday of this
week instead of the regular Monday, as
many of onr people will be out of town
over Labor day. Wednesday prayer, and
fellowship meeting, when we Study to
gether, ander the direction of the Pas
tor, the IS chapter of the book ot Acts'.
Following the fellowship hour the execu
tive board meeting will be held at 9:00.
Thursday, the regular meeting of the
cnoir at 7:43.
South Commercial street at Ifyeri. S.
Darlow Johnson, pastor: res. 348 E. My
ers street. Phone 2764. Church school
at 9:45, E. D. Roseman, Supt. Morning
worship 11 a'clock. Anthem, "Wait
Thou a God" (Tamblyn). Labor Sun
day sermon by tbe pastor, "The Soul in
the Machine." The Sunday evening
service at 7:80 will be in charge of tha
intermediate league group, Mrs. W. K.
Bush, advisor. "It Paya to Serve Je
sus" will be inns; by a mixed chorus of
intermediate and tha topie, "The New
Patriotism" will be presented by Wil
liam Jndsem assisted by other leaguers.
Mid-week prayer and study hour Thurs
day evening at 7:30. Topie. Act 5:12-
ran christian church
High and Center streets, D. 3. Howe,
pastor, residence 1026 North Winter.
Services for Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Bible
school. OrviDe J. Hull. Supt. Prepar
ing for "Rally Day" October 5. 11:00
a.m. warship. The Lord' a Supper fol
lowed by preaching. Labor day mes
sage by the pastor. Morning music:
duet, 'Vats For Today." Protheroe
Mis Aldeaae Smith. Mis Roth Bedford.
Solo. "I Hoard the Voice of Jeaue Bay."
Spross & D. Barton. 7:00 p.m. Young
People's Hoar, Christian Endeavor. 8
p.m. Evening praise and prayer. Sermon
by tha pastor, "The Apostle to the
Gentiles," This ia the fifth in the series
on "Tha Progress of the Gospel." Mid
week aerviee, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.
Choir rehearsal Thursday. 7:30 p.m. Prof.
E. W. Hobson, director at music. Miss
Lois Phtamer. organist.
At the preaching service at the Chris
tian church, Sunday morning at ll
A Dream Come True
in Pink and Green
"AT LAST, a shower! It's the joy Tto dreamed of for years. And a
XX tiled shower, too . . . with loyeiy pink and green tiles. It's really,
telly by the merest chance that we have it. If I hadn't been glancing
through the Houses To Rent ads last spring we never would have found
this comfortable home with its pretty shower. Now every time my
friends talk of moving I tell them to look in the Want-Ads." '
A classified want-ad
SERIES LOOM UP
DETROIT, Aug. 29. (AP)
With the British challengers and
the United States defenders
seemingly equal in speed, nerve
promises to play a large part In
deciding the winner of the
Harms worth trophy races, the
first heat of which will be run
on the Detroit river tomorrow
afternoon. It will require no
little nerve to Uke the several
turns on the five mile course
with a minimum declaration
On the straightaway stretches
the hydroplanes will be approx
imating 90 miles an hour. Gar
Wood, defender of the trophy,
has said that the speed reduc
tion making the turns is at least
10 miles an hour.
Tbe course is long and narrow
and no fewer than 24 sharp
turns must be made before the
30-mile heat has been finished.
Wood has the advantage of hav
ing been over the course more
frequently than the challengers'
pilots. Miss Marion Barbara Car
at airs and Bert Hawker.
To Higher Court
Claiming that $2500 represents
the damages to their property on
the proposed new grade for the
Mill City-Niagara 80-foot county
road. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hinkle
filed suit in circuit court here
Friday appealing from the 1500
o'clock. Rev. James Aikin Smith of
Dallas will deliver the sermon, on the
subject. "For Christ and the Church"
which is the Chrstian Endeavor slogsn.
A correction is necessarily made regard
ing the spesker, from a former announce
ment. Prof. Rosa Guiley will lead the
congregational ainging, also there will be
special music. At the Sunday school
hour, preceding, the new superintendent,
Mrs. Gayette Barnett will have charge.
Some few changes will be made and in
teresting features introduced. A full at
tendance is expected. Dr. Victor Mor
ris of the University of Oregon will give
the afternoon sermon to' the Christian En
deavor conference, being held at the Ta
bernacle. The local C. E. society will
meet with the conference delegates in the
evening. All are welcome to all of the
'The Place of Religion in Life." will
bo tbe aubjeet of the sermon by Presi
dent Carl Gregg Doney. D. D., at 11
a.m. Solo oy Ronald Craven, "Seek Te
Frist the Kingdom of God." There will
be an anthem also. The church school will
meet at 9:45 a.m. and the Epworth
leagues at 7 p.m. A farewell message
will be giveB by Rev. J. D. McCortnick
at 8 p.m. Tbe choir will give two an
thems. Rev. B. Earlo Parker. D. D..
the newly appointed pastor, will arrive
this week and occupy the pulpit Sunday.
William H. Robins, Th. D.. pastor.
Phone 3654. Rtsgular services this
Lord's day. Bible school at 9:43 under
the 8upt. Fred Broer and a group of
competent teacher. Classes for all ages.
Morning worship at 11:00. Preaching
by the pastor. Subject: "What Is True
Evangelism I" Sane expositions of the
word ef God. Special music. Young Peo
ple will meet at 7:00. Miss Peterson is
th leader. All are welcome. Evening
evangelistie service at 8:00. Mr. Broer
loads tbe roosing song service. Preae
Ing aubjeet "The Strategies of Satan,"
or "The Modern Religious Masquerade."
Masie by the choir and orchestra. Wed
nesday evening tha prayer and praise
service at 8:00. at which time the pas
tor will present plans for the fall and
FIRST GERMAN BAPTIST
Korth Cottage and D streets. O. W.
Rotsch, minister. G. Sehunke, assist,
minister. Sunday school 9:45 a.m. 8am
Be h inn an, Supt. Service 11 a.m. Ser
mon topie: A women a Memorial.
Ohoir anthem "We Worship Thee." Ev
ealnf service at I a'clock. Sermon
topic; "Preeiona Words ef Jesus." Re
saiiar mid-week prayer meeting at S p.m.
Wednesday. Everyone welcome to wor
ship with a.
is the quick and
' f . ' Hv,
award made to them by tha board
of viewers. """'
The Hinkles contend that the v
moving of their barn, as la pro-1
posed, would cost them $1400 irti
cost of moving and damage to
the structure. The land taken by ,
the county has a worth of IC90O,
they aUege, while the damage 1o
other land held by them is esti
mated at 1500. The county's;
award is $2000 short, they claim."
FOND DTJ LAC. Wis., Aur
29. ( AP) A township that
-forgot- the prohibition law 1st
dry again after a month of nnr
restricted sale of beer and hardt
Wisconsin has no enforcement;
act, a circumstance which led of
ficials of the township to deciaej
prohibition must be at an end.
The township remains mis
named, but the Fond Du Ljoi
Commonwealth Reporter, whi.h
published the story todsy,
vouched for the facta.
Recently a saloon keeper ape
plied for a license and was pre
sented with an elaborate dotuf
ment which the township clerfej
found in his old files. It per
mltted the sale of intoxicating
liquor. With the license proudly
iramea aoove ms oar, the sa
loon keeper put good beer on ta;
and provided hard
those who wanted it.
AH went well until a count
official dropped in for some sarb
saparilla and found beer instead
The official went to the tot
ship board and the "license" wi
revoked. The township offic
explained ha- understood thei
was no law against liquor ai
"anyway, we wanted him to s
BOSTON. Ausr. 29. (AP).
Conrad W. Crooker, general
counsel for the Liberal Civic
league, announced today ll.e'
American Federation of Labor,
had assured him It would inves
tigate the league charges that
labor men who have endomd
William M. Butler for the repub
lican nomination for United
States senator were on Butler's
Crooker's statement was ia
the form of a telegram sent to
United States Senator Gerald P
Nye, urging the senate campaign
committee to take instant action'
In inquiring Into Butler's cam
paign. He said the assurance had
come from the office of President
William Green of the federation
Butler, a former United States
senator and former chairman rf
the republican national commit
tee, running on a "dry" platform,
is opposed bv Col. Eben S. Dra
per, a "wet."
Crooker told Senator Nye in
quiry by the league had dlsclowd
such "wholesale disregard for
the corrupt practice acts ar.d
such barefaced attempt to "buy,
the nomination" it again appealed
to him for a public inquiry by bis
committee. Senator Nye recently
replied to a similar request,
Rookerusil, by saying the com
mittee would continue to Inquire
Into the situation.
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