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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1920.
YEW PARK FIRST UNITED ka Avenue. Sunday school at
Brethren Bible school at a. m. m., W. W. Rosebaugh. superintendent.
Preachins at ll:v nrauan &n- machine at 11 a. m. and 7 D,
4eavor at 7 p. m. Preaching at 8. Horning subject'Is There Holes In the
prayer meeting every munmaj nisni et Dy the pastor. George Chapman.
7: JO. C. W. Corby, pastor.
The Salem' Ministerial Association
will meet in regular session. Monday
st 19 o'clock, in the Y. M. C. A. The
subject for discussion will be present
ed by James Elvin.. "The Church's
Attitude Towards its Young People."
The week of prayer will commence on
Monday evening and continue all
week. A revival meeting will begin
on Sunday. January 11 and continue
for two or three weeks. All people are
urged to attend these services.
STATE INSTITUTIONS Services at
the state institutions Sunday will be
held as follows: : a. in. state hos
pital, by U W. Porter. 3:30 p. m. ooi
Uge farnv. by G. F. Holt. 3:00 p. m.,
girl's training school, by E. S. Ham
mond. 3:15 p. m., tuberculosis hos
pital, by C. W. Corby. .,
JASON LEE MEMORIAL Corner
Thomas Acheson. pastor. Sunday
school 9:45, Chas. Hageman In charge.
Classes for all age, strangers are
welcomed with a glad hand and made
to feel at home. Public worship 11:00
a. m., subject: The Christian Ideal.
Class meeting at 12:15. " Epworth
League devotional meeting 6:30 p. m.,
Miss Grace Tyler, president. Evening
worship 7:30 p. m.. subject: Life's
Reckoning-time. This service will be
ST. PAUL'S Second Sunday1 after evangelistic. Special music at all of
Christmas. 7:30 a. m., holy common- the services. We invtte the public to
ion; 9 : 45 a. m.. church school; 11 a. worship with us.
in., high celebration and sermon: ,. "
7:30 p. m., evening prayer and ad- j LESLIE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
dress- Everybody welcome. Chas. H. j Corner South Commercial and Mey
Powell, rector. - Jers streets, Horace N. Aldrich, pastor.
- TT7.. 9:45 a- m- Sunday school, with classes
HIGHLAND FRIENDS Bible for all age8 and grades. E A Rhoton,
school at 10:00 a. m.; morning wor- superintendent. The primary depart
ship at 11:00 a. m. Christian En- ment meeta m hall under the
deavwr at 6:15 and Evangelistic direction of Miss Sue Williams. 11:00
preaching service at 7:30 p. m. Prayer a. m ( pubIic worsniPi wlth sermon by
meeting on Thursday at 7:30 p. m. We the pastor. theme, "Mountains of the
extend a cordial invitation to all who j SouI ... 6:30 p. m. deVotional meeting
are not regular attenders elsewhere of lhe Euworth taeue. 7:30 n. m.
song service led by the choir, and
ASSOCIATED BIBLE STUDENTS
Meet at Moose Hall, corner ot Court
and High streets, every Sunday from
10 a. m. to 13 m.. for study In Sixth
volume and Tabernacle shadows. Jun
ior class at 10 a. m. In' afternoon at
1:36 p. m. to die hall C. W. Field of
Portland give one of his lectures on
"Times and Seasons of the Almighty."
So many people you hear say that the
Old Testament is a thing of the past
I and nothing that is interesting to the
world in this twentieth century. Such
people, are ignorant of the fact that
Jehovah God has the most beautiful
plan set forth i- it and a blessing for
the whole world of mankind. C. W.
Field, of Portland, a public lecturer,
comes to Salem next Sunday, January
4, under the auspices of the Interna
tional Bible Students, and gives one of
his lectures, on "Times and Seasons of
the Almighty." Mr. Field's lecture
will be illustrated by a chart setting
forth God's dealings .with man in the
different ages and the glorious times
of blessings- soon to be ushered in.
All statements will be script u rails
proven. ' The speaker will show why
God's times and seasons are misunder
stood and will show that thef are due
to be understood shortly. All are most
to come to all our services.
Ida J. Lee, pastors.
I. G. and
Corner South 19th and Ferry streets,
H. C. Stover. Sunday school aat 10:00
a. in. Mrs. Burton Edwards, superin
tendent. Morning service at 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m.
Evening service and observance of the
Lord's Supper at 7:30 p. m. Music
by the Girl's chorus.
NAZARENE Nineteenth and Mar
ion. Sunday school 'at 9:45, W. B.
Hardy, superintendent. Preaching at
11 and 7:30. Midweek prayermeeting
Wednesday evening at 7:30. We ex
tend a cordial invitation to all who
like the "Old Fashioned Kind" to
come over. We are making a special
ty of the Gospel. A. Wells, .pastor;
Florence Wells, deaconess.
FREE METHODIST Market street
church, Sunday services: Sunday
school 10:00 a. m. Preaching at 11
a. m. a.id 7:30 p. ni.; Rev. B. W.
Huckabee of Walla Walla, Evangelist.
Meetings at 2:30 and 7:30 during the
week except there will be no after
noon meeting Saturday. We would
say to all don't miss hearii g this man
with the Lord's message. W. J. John
ston, pastor. '
.FIRST CHRISTIAN Center and
High streets, Leland W. Porter, pastor.
Bible school at 9:45 a. m. Sermon at
11:00. "The Authority of Christ," be
ginning a series on church Polity and
Doctrine. C E. Society at 6:30 p. m.
Sermon at 7:30, "The One Grateful
Leper." The men of the church will
meet aat 6:30 p. rh. to adopt a c)i
stitution for the Brotherhood.
sermon by the pastor.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Lib
erty and Center streets. Dr. W. C.
Kantner, minister. 10:00 a. m. Run-
day school with classes for all; W. 1
Staley, superintendent. 11:00 a. m.,
"A Christmas Patriot's Nw Year's
Prayer". 6:30 a. m. Christian Endeav-ificers.
or, Leon Jennson, leader. A live so
ciety with a live meeting. 7:30 p. m.,
brief address, "A New Year's Caller".
followed by motion picture "TrH to
Santa Fe." After this there will be a
social hour under the auspices of the
Young People's Society to which All
members of the church and congre
gation are invited.
UNITED EVANGELICAL Cottage
and Center streets, Rev. G. L. Lovell,
pastor. Mr. S. P. McCracken has been
elected superintendent of our Sunday
school and will have charge for the
first time on Sunday morning at 10
o'clock. A cordial welcome and a
class for you. Divine worship and
preaching - service at 11:00 a. m.,
"Could the World Abandon Christian
r'ifU to Ourselves?" Chris
tian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Evening
worship and sermon at 7:30 p. m.
Prayer-meeting Thursday evening.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Scientists Sunday services is held at
(() Chemrketa street at 11 a. m., r:iS
Ject of Rihle lesson, "God." Sunday
achool at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday even
ing testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock.
Reading room, 302 Masonic Temple,
open every day except Sunday and
holidays, from 11:45 a. m. to 5 p. m.
All are invited to our service and to
ur reading room.
FIRST BAPTIST Special Evangel
istic services begin at the First Baptist
church tomorrow.. Services will be
held every evening except Monday be
ginning at 7:00. Topics today 11:00
a. m. Faiths Motto for the New
Year. 7:30 p. m., Tackling a Big Job
and Doing It. Rev. G. F. Holt, O. D.,
the papstor will be the speaker today
and each evening during the week.
Beginnning January 11th Dr. S. J.
Reid will be the preacher. Mr. J. W.
Troy, gospel singer and chorus leader
will assist throughout the series of
meetings. Each meeting will be
opened with a spirited service of song
led by a large chorus choir and direct
ed by Mr. Troy. Sunday school 9:45
a. m. Young People's service and
school of missions 6:30. Stereoptican
Lecture on Making the Foreigner in
America an Asset, from1? to 6:30. A
cordial invitation. t
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Corner State and Church, Rev.
Richard N. Avison, pastor. 9:15 a. m.
an old fashioned class-meeting Jn
room 4 down stairs, W. L. Cummings,
leader. 9:45 a. m. Sunday school,
Prof. J. W. Todd, superintendent
classes for all, from beginners to those
of most mature years. The assistant
superintendents will place you. Try
it once and you'll come again 11:00
a. m. sermonette to the boys and girls,
topic, "Follow Me." Morning sermon,
t6pic, "Win One, Legion." 3:00 p. m.
the Old People's Home services at
12th and Ferry streets will be con
ducted by Bro. Rosebraugh. 6:30 p.
m. Senior Epworth League. Mary
Findley, leader. Junior League in
Epworth hall. 7:30 a joint meeting
of the Woman's Home and Woman's
Foreign Missionary societies. Mrs.
Geo. H. Alden and Mrs. A. A. Lee,
recently home from conventions, re
presenting these societies, will be able
to "show us." Thursday 7:30 p. m.
prayer meeting followed by a meeting
of the Minute Men Unit Leaaers.
COURT STREET CHRISTIAN
Corner N. 17th and Court streets. This
is the first session of-our Bible school
for the New Year. Let's every one re
solve to be there and on time promptly
at 10 ft. m. It is also our Annual Day
in the church. The pastor will de
liver his annual sermon at the morn
ing worship hour. The theme will be
"Pressing On." Every member of the
congregation is desired present to hear
this message of inspiration and help
fulness to the whole church. The
Junior Society meets at 3:30 p. m.
Young People's Society 6:30 p. m.
Song service and sermon 7:30 p. m.
Subject: "The Old and the New."
Monday evening is our Annual Meet
ing and every member of the con
gregation is urged to be present.
There will be a banquet at 6 p. m. at
which time a matter .of importance
will be presented, followed with .the
annual meeting and election of of-
Let not one member, unless
sick or on account of sicitness In the
home, disappoint us by your absence.
The most encouraging report ever
given by the different dept'c of the
church will be read this year and you
cannot afford to miss hearing them.
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. choir practice
under the leadership of Prof. Sites.
Thursday 7:30 p. m. prayer meeting
followed by teacher training class at
8:00 p. m. A cordial welcome to all
to come and worship with us. R. L.
TO FRQtCH COLII GES
Paris, Jan. S. Next year is likely
to see a great Influx of American stu
dents to French universities, in the
opinion of H. S. Krana, secretary of
the American University Union in
Europe. Mr. Krans new Paris head
quarters, facing the Luxembourg Gar
dens, are being fitted up to receive
and advise seekers after knowledge
Founded) shortly after America's en
trance in the war, by fifteen of the
leading American universities and col
leges, the union now has 33 American
learned institutions on its membership
list, including Harvard, Yale, Colunv
bla, John Hopkins, Princeton and
other leading universities and colleges
throughout the United States,
"Paris is destined to become the
brain of the world," said Mr. Krans to
a correspondent of The Associated
Press. "German universities will be
largely avoided by Americans. Dogged
determination was shown by one
young New York student who arrived
here with the problem how to board
and live on six francs a day. Through
the medium of the Union, a French
landlady gave him a small room for
two francs a day. The young man
cooks his own meals, and is "passing
rich' on four francs a day."
French teachers and students are
constant and eager inquirers at the
Union's Paris home. Many of them
are anxious to take a course of studies
in the United States. Fourteen French
students ar.e already studying in Amer
ican universities on free scholarships
from a fund collected by 6,000 Amer
ican students in recognition ' of the
hospitality extended to them by
French universities during the war.
The Society for American Fellow
ships in French universities is plan
ning to send 20 Americans each year
to the Sorbonne and other French
seats of learning; nor will the Alsatian
university of Strasburg be neglected.
Twenty-five scholarships for Amer
ican girls in France are already filled.
gowns promote scandal, they lure to
sin, they create evil desires and adver-1
Use In many instances their wearer's
readiness to gratify them."
Thus commented' the Rev. Father
Bernard Vaughan, author of the ser
ies, of sermons on 'The Sins of So
ciety," when asked- for hut opuison of
the archbishop of Paris' edict direct
ing women to rebel against indecent
To my way of thinking." said
Father Vaughan, "modern fashions
are as injurious to a woman's body as
to her soul. Girls of today are not hy
gienic in their habits.
"In no sense of the word ars they
properly clothed or shod. Their feet
cannot be dry nor their bodies warm.
It would seem that their aim In life
is to invite besieging armies of mi
crobes to fasten upon them and drag
them down to an early grave. '
"I am told on the best authority
that thousands of girls slip Into con
sumption and drop Into pneumonia
when, if they would pay less attention
to fashion and more to health, they
might live to see a second or third
"I would say to any girl wanting
to get married: 'Dress modestly. Bear
yourself modestly. Create lin men a
respect and reverance for yon and
have nothing tado with animal dan
ces or dancers. If marriages are made
in heaven. God, our father, . if you
will let him, will bring you In contact
with the man who will make you
queen ot his heart and the mistress of
his house. In the long run vtev can
not compete with virtue. It is two
JOURNAL WANT ADS FAY
Compulsory Training Team
In Japanese Army Lessened
Toklo, Jan. 3. Some time ago the
period of compulsory military service
for infantry men in the Japanese army
vas reduced from three to two years.
The authorities have now decided to
make a similar reduction for all other
arms of the service except cavalry
says the Asahi Shimbun.
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brethren, corner of 17th and Nebras-
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London, Jan. 3. 'The flimsy, bare
backed, low-bodiced and short-skirted
To Fortify the System Against Grip
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Tablets which destroy germs, act as a
Tonic and Laxative, and thus prevent
Colds, Grip and Influenza. There Is
only one "BROMO QUININE." E. W.
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When the skin is sallow or yellow, the
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Big Shipment Of
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Bicycles and Accessories
Let the New Year bring to your home .'one of our beautiful dining room
suites. Your family spends considerable of its time in the dining room
and in fact, this is where the family really gets together, socially
around the dinner table.
So don't overlook the importance of having your dining room fur
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