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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1919.
ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS j ' NAZARENE Nineteenth and Mar- the ne
Meets at dioose wail, corner ign ana ion streets. Sunday services: Hunaay
Court attests, for studies in Sixth Vol. I school at 9:45, W. B. Hardy superin
and Tabernacle Shadows every Sun
day irom 10 a. m. to 12 m. Junior
class t 10 a. m. You art welcome.
8:30 p. m. Evening worship 7:30
subject of sermon The worthwhile
in Life. J. W. WarreH will preach
both morning; and evening. We In
vite you all to spend the last Sunday
of the year with us in the worship of
God. Wednesday evening. Dec. 31,
watch night service at the church
Come pray out the 'old year and in
bl. PAUL'S CHURCH First Sun
ltiy after Christmas: 7:30 p. m., holy
ctnimunion; 9:45 a. m., church
uoul; 11 a. m., morning prayer an4
st-riiion; I p. m children's srvlce; 7:o0
p. m., evening prayer and address.
Anybody welcome. Chas. Ii. rowull
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The quartet of the First Presbyter
Ian church, will ppresent Matthews'
Tha Utnt-n f
welcoming the New ierv,cej Sunday afternoon at four
o'clock. This cantata, which has
beautiful and melodious setting, has
never before been given in Salem,
UNITED EVANGELICAL Cottage
and Center streets, Rev. G. L. Lovell,
(islor, dnday school at 10 a. m. Di
vine worship and preaching service at
It a. in. Christian Endeavor at 8:30 p.
v Evening worship and sermon at!
' :30 p. m. Prayer meeting on Thur
CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY
ALLIANCE First service of the ne
year will be held on next Thursday
aMernoon, January 1, at 632 South
Commercial street, at 2:15 o'clock, Rev
J E. Fee, of Portland, conducting the
l!il.:e reading. All friends interested
nre cordially invited to be present.
ttendent. Preaching at 11 and 7:30
On Wednesday night there will be a
watchmeeting, bidding farewell to the
Old Year and
This meeting will be especially inter
estlng. Theie will be songs and speak
ing and praying, and many things
that ...111 I. n 4tA..A. It V. n .-O I '
" ' . inose composing ttje quartet are
lit t - . . , I ...... .v I MAnftenxvv UUUKQ, TY
a T.u , . a w ,. T- Jenks and an" Lansenburg, with
pastor; Florence Wells, deaconess. I prnirrfim n ua .' . rt
of the First Presbvternian chureh at
8AL.VATION akmi street meet- 4 p. m. Sunday
ing Saturday evening 7:15; Salvation prelude The March of the Marti...
meeting at :i. xne gospei win ...,. Dubois
Hunaay morning; street meeting at . Miss Ross
10:30; Holiness meeting in the hall at Carol O Little Town of Bethlehem
n:u ociock; eunaay scnooi at z:wui Quartet
p. m. snarp; x. r. u. at :io. street Prayer Rev. Anderson
meeting aat v:i. xne uospepi win Hymn . Congregation
oe preacnea in me evening wun tesu- The story of Christmas Matthawa-
mony anu cnorus at o:uu ociock in i. The Annunciation.... Soprano Solo
uie nan. a waicn mgm service win and quartet.
be held on Wednesday evening and 2. The Coming of the Klnr oiartat
me puonc is coraiauy mviiea to wor-13. The Journey of the Shenherd,
ship with us. Ensign and Mrs. Hun
ter, officers in charge.
TEW PARK, UNITED BRETHREN
C'UL'KCH Bible school at 10 a. m.
Uhtistnias program at 11 a. m.p con
sis: ing of Hongs, recitations, etc.. end-
4H8 with song and pantomime entitled r. m
IiR&I JlETHODIST EPISCOPAL
IIUKCrt Rev. R. N. Avltion, pastor.
-ornei State and Church streets. 9:1
- in., an old fashioned class meeting,
room 4, downstairs, W. L. Cummings,
leader. 9.45 a. m., Sunday school
fior. J, w. Todd, superintendent: 11
sermonette for the boys and gli is
Tenor Solo and Quartet,
4. Voices of the Sky Soprano Solo.
5. The Quest of the Magi Organ Solo
and Baritone and Tenor S los and
And They Were Come Into the
House Soprano Solo and Quartet.
Postlude Chiittmas Postlude......
Miss Ross '
WOMAN IN GMT
Mount Clemens, Mich., Dec 27.-
fctory of clandestine trysts, told author
ities by a Battle Creek girt, promised
today to throw some light on the my
tery surrounding the death of J. Stan
'ey Brown, wealthy son of a former
Detroit cigar manufacturer.
Brown's body, with . several bullet
holes in his neck and head, was found
in his car on a lonely road near her
Wednesday. While ' county officials
were reticent. It was learned today that
valuable evidence was procuredTduring
the questioning of the Battle Creek girl
raid to have been the sweetheart of
one of Brown's closest friends.
It was Teported Brown had vlsl ea
lis girl recently and she and hei
sweetheart had "split."
Authorities learned Brown was to
have met the girl lost Tuesday in De-
roit, but failed to do so. She came
here Wednesday in search of him an,
was held by the sheriff.
The girl's sweetheart was reported
to have been seen riding in Browp
machine with Brown 12 hours befor
the latter was killed. Although he de
nied being with Brown after 9:30 Tues,
day evening, Sheriff Caldwell said to
day the man had not furnished a satis
factory alibi. He has, however, not
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
The Shepherds." Christian Endeav- (.opto, 'Life a Journey." Neb. S-n. w
01 at 7 p. in. Preaching at 8 p. m. C. Il.irf Message for the congreeati
iv. Lorby .pastor. 'Cod s Time." 3 p. m. services at t
Old Peoples Home, 12th and Ferry,
: ,0 p. m benlor Epworth League,
rul Doney, leader; Junior league in
i.pworm nr.ll. 7:30 d. m. sermon "T
ijiie. Kegular prayer mtetlng
juuiauuy :.! p. m., followed hv t
monthlj meeting of the official loa..J
EVANGELICAL Seventeenth and
Chemeketa atreets, F. W. Launer, pas
tor. Preaching services at 11 a. m.
and 7:15 p. m, Sunday school under
the leadership of J. Lippold. Y. P. A.
leader Walker. Wednesday evening,
Dec. 81, at 7:30, the annual election
CASTLE CHAPELr UNITED
Brethren, corner of Nebraska and 17th
treet, Sunday school 10:00 a. m., W.
W. Rosebaugh superintendent. Preach,
Ing 11:00 a. m. and 7 p. ni. by the
pastor, Geo. Chapman. Prayer service
and watch meeting Wednesday even
lug 8 p. m.. Woman's missionary so
ciety meets at the home of Mrs. Yar
nells, 1025 N. 17th, Friday, January
2. 1920. A cordial invitation to the
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Lib
erty and Center street, W. C. Kantner,
minister. 10 a. m. Sunday school with
classes for all; W. I. Staley, 'superin
tendent; 11:00 a. m.," "And Now
Abldeth". 6:30 p. m., Christian En
deavor; a live society with a live meet
ing. 7:30 p. m., "The Choir Invisible",
Good muBlc at all services. A cordial
Invitation to all.
FIRST BAPTIST Dr. G. F. Holt
ill speak at 11 a. m. at the First Bap
t'.fil church, corner Marion and North
l iberty sticets on "Trie Parallelogram
tf Love." At 7:30 p. m. his toplo will
to The Road to Prosperity.", Sunday
n.nool at 9:45 a. m. Young People's
meeting, Intermediate society ar
school of missions at 6:30 p. m. Wed
iiu.day night a watch night service
will be held, beginning at 8:30. Thcia
be a varied program devotional, in
m. tiioua., social oiosing with a m,
1 a! service of prayer. To all those
D'.ros strangers and visitors wM a
wl omcd neauily.
tMJiiv STREET METHODIST
vtAU ciii HCH Centei- street
''Mi Th.rieenth street, G. B, Roede
ptiHior. Sunday school at 10 a. m H.
4l. dialapp, suiterinteiident. aerm-n
am F.tillfh cluicek for cluldien ma
iuur.g peorle. 'reaching service, 11
in su'jjcot, ' A Prayer Unanswera.i-
7" ai'l Mehf urn will conduct iha
THE FREE METHODIST CHURCH
mantei street church. Sunday serv
ices: Sunday school at ; in a t.
r. .it. Hchutz, superintendent. Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and 7:30 n m a
wvice at -7 p. m. led bv Ren w ml
' e p. nll at 1483 Nolth
Winter street. Watch night meeting
beginning at 8:30 p. m. and reaching
into the new year, Rev. F. L. Burns
district elder of The Dalles and Salem
istrlcts, will bring the ma, mv.....
uy night at 7:30 d. m.. n ' t
fluckabee, general tinnta .
.' list for the coast, will, open a revival
ampalgn, meetings 2:80 and 7:30 p. m
ach day, except that thera m
tcrnoon .neeting on Saturdnv am . .
t;come. tome and help push the b.
P xX'Li h,T"' Winnlnah
Hirt f CHRISTIAN-Center and
High streets, two blocks north of the
courthouse, Bible school at 9:45 a m
Watch the Lookout for attendance oi
classes over 25. Church worship and
oommuion at 11 a. m., open to ali
tho 1 ? ,. the Lords Hoe are for
the healing and the blessing of many
an iUsinat16 01(1 year out wh'
an its sins and errors washed out and
the new year come in with hope and
devotion on its wings. Evening wor-
?aith anA30, 8Pel of
faith and hope. The C. E. will con
vene at 6:80, The C. W. B. M w"ll
meet Friday, Januai.y a at thZl
strer8VHarry St"eS' 868 Center
ha Mray meet,ng thls wee will
be on New Year's Eve, Wednesday.
Let u. give an hour at that time to
the Lord. We wish all a Happy and
Prosperous New Year. Leiand W
JASON LEE MEMORIAL M. E.
winter and Jefferson
I . I. AcneBon Pnstor- SundajJ
""""' v.tu, untsses ior pupils of all
lflioi tn Li;ue meeting at 7 o cl ipk. "Bes under the direction nt n i
t.a at T:J0, subject of sermon 'Can ,". Public worship at 11:00 a. m
.u .ni r T. 1 watch nlRht message. The results of a
... i.uunesoay at t reanzea nope. Class meeting 12:15
teafflfiEJ ftpworin x-eague devotional meeting
yftl ill I up ijj IWWWawwiww
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to baty chicks, cotting poultry
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reatly. Lousy hens eet run
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BLISS SAYS WORLD
COf fit OF FOODS
Washington, Dec. 27. World food
control and means of distribution are
necessary to bolster Europe's mora'9
and prevent spread or uoisnevisn ,
Major General Tasker H. ansa, Amei
loan military expert at the peace con
ference, says In an Interview:
"European morale is tied up with
the economic situation and that situa
tion is bad." Bliss said. "They have had
r.iillions of producers killed or die from
war injuries and Injuries to many
housands of others have reduced the
"Europe as a whole is suffering
greatly will continue to suffer from
Hick of food supplies."
Bliss declared that the greatest
trouble is the lack of organization in
Burope in distributing supplies.'
If Europe had a man like Herbert
Hoover, and a good railway executive
to control all facilities for distribution
the problem would very largely In
.solved. One of the great difficulties
i that European rolling stock has been
very badly handled. Everyone is try-
ng to get a share of it. With new nv
tions springing up all rolling stock on
nana, as well as stock comlnc in. is
Bliss favors control of food and Hl.
tribution in Europe for two years. Hs
wouiu include in the scheme Germanv.
Austria and possibly Russia, if the lat."
mm- wuuia agree 10 stop Its efforts fn
ay reap Doisnevist propaganda.
Sugar Board Asks Wilson
to Delay Signing McNary Bill
TT" U 1 . .
rr aaiiuigion, U6C. 27. The SUCflr
qualizatlon board has reauested Prea.
mem Wilson to withhold his signature
irom tne McNary sugar bill until a do-
per explaining some features of it la
inea wun mm; it was said todav at th
White House. The nature of the board's
recommendation is not Indicated, al
though it has the members' aDDrovai.
It is said. ,
'Why Spoil The
Day" Poor RE.
.... . in.- K11T.f.
Ana saaness came ii.h a b'" a
. That's what P. E. Fullerton, tne
merchant, was thinking Friday. He
couldn't help but recall the words of
the - immortal sonnet because one
parody will recall another.
Christmas he received a token of
the season from a friend perhaps he
meant well. It was a stamped and
addressed card, on the back of which
appeared the words of the song which
runs like this "There are smiles "
Attache to one end of the card, by
a short piece or hemp rope, was a
cork relic of bygone days.
Music hath charms to soothe the
ea age v breast. But that song, with
the significant memento appended,
did more than to soothe the savage
breast; it stirred within memoirs, -sad
and doleful, of a pleasure P. E might
have had on th happy Yule tide!
The school census of Oregon City
has been completed and the returns
show a total of 1703, a gain, of 48 over
CMstess Spres Fatal ta
Seven; Ssfooinma IIe!J
Hartford, Conn., Dec 27. Seven
n. tn are dead, several others report1
cving and Frank Hose, a saloonkeeper
held by police here today following a
. -J.ofe was charged by relations of the
dead men with selling wood alcohol
Wnl-.h had been colored to resemb t
whiskey. -. ' .
40 Successful Years Im
pure And Poisoned Blood
No Longer Terrorize Those
Who Knowpf "Number 40
This is the record of the famous
old prescription known as "Number
40 for the Blood." Successfully em
ployed In diseases of the glandular
system, In blood poison, mercurial
and lead poisoning, chronic rheuma
tism, catarrh, constipation, - indigna
tion, stomach trouble, malaria, toxic
poisoning, hepatic congestions, scro
fulous enlargements, sores, ulcers,
mercurial and lead poisoning. "Num
ber 40" is made by J. C. MendenhaJI.
40 years a druggist, Evansville, Ind.
Sold by Schaefers drug store. (Adv '
Revenue Agent Held For-
Permitting Sale Of Liquors
Chicago, Dec. 27. John Somorow-
skl, a district chief internal revenue
agent here, was arrested by officials of
the department of Justice Friday
charged with accepting bribes in con
nection with the enforcement of pro
The specific charge against Somo
lowski was that he accepted $250 from
a saloonkeeper in return for allowing
I im to sell liquor.
Can ha nnod
to sew up wire cots on stock. Special with
needle and spool of waxed thread, 69 cents.
By mail, 75 cents. Full directions with
same. The Brown Mercantile Co., 171 First
atreei. rortiann. uregon.
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Extra layer of fabric in casings
Extra air space every Portage Tire is
generously oversize . r
Extra high-grade material, throughout
Extra careful manufacturing methods
Result exfrd-mileage tires. V
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Dr. LcGear's Remedies are sold in Salem, Oregon, by
E, L. Barkus & SonS7 S. Commercial Street.
F. P. Her3 Jr.rry, 1 North 6th Street.
Z V. " , f 1 j Commercial Street
TODAY our Government urges
everyone to produce all they possi
bly can and to SAVE their money.
This is necessary for the protec
tion of our industries, our business
and our homes.
Our CHRISTMAS CLUB; offers
everyone the means of being patri
otic and at the same time helping
themselves. ' :
TIUS CLUB IS FOR EVERY MEMBER OF EVERY FAMILY
'Try-y)'-. 12 CLUBS
No matter what your income is, there is a Club for you
lc Increasing. Start with lc and increase lc each week-in 50 weeks $127
2 c Increasing. Start with 2c and increase 2c each week-in 50 w et 2550
5c Increasing. Start with 5c and increase 5e ezrh iri
10c Increasing. Start with 10c and increase 10c each week-in 50 weeks m'n
ic, zc, iuc. Decreasing. You start with the largest amount and Decrease '
your payments each week. This is a very popular plan.
50c Club-Start with ,50c and "deposit 50c each week-in 50 weeks $25 00
$1.00 Club-Start with $1.00 and deposit $1.00 each week-in 50 weeks" 50 00
$5.00 Club Start with $5.00 and deposit $5.00 each week-in 50 weeks 25o!oo
to Do Today, Is Save
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THERE is not in this city a man,
woman, boy . or girl who cannot af
ford to join our Christmas Banking'
Club and who would not be benefit
ed by doing so.
It means money ahead in only 50
weeks. It brings opportunity knock
ing at your door, for when you have
money, opportunities are offered
you to make more money, that you
-would never otherwise hear about.
WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN THE CLIO
JTHOSE of large means should join to show those
of small means that they believe in saving money
S L08?,, ence in our City" for the
good effect it wiU have on others; those who employ
large numbers of people, to set an example for their
lnKS; ho have intest, payments, taxes
thp n5er obllSatlons so that they may: accumulate
the necessary money without hardship. To save the
Tffltf?" ted for the futureThe time when
it will be neededand needed badly.
; Join our Christmas Banking Club todaV.
rWnJ?, amount nt covered by above. You
( " You WEI Receive 3 Per Cent Interest
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