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TBPAY. FEBRUARY . MS
TS3 Cim.U. JOCENAL
. - r.u,..i Sunday
school;. 11 Ba-
" . ,i sermon. "How
. m- t:S D.
Acavar. Kiss Margaret X-iresty. lead
er. 7:10 p. m. Th Great Exchange.
Fee? Brass. Gold" Motion pictures.
JASON LEE MEMORIAL Corner
Wlntar an Jefferson 8.. ThiwaasSith the premier ysterda. -Jt
In Road Business
Paris, Feb, it. Oorwnmwtai tntr-
by the Pans. Lyon, tut 3iditTaB-a
railway company towar Its emnkw
"J!!51?!?' by Preinl MiUeraad who
arrived here yesterday.
ray union delegate, conferre
ft has b-0 atiMed Camnsunn, a-o !
discharged for hatma Wntxt htm. fm
i self from duty to attend a union mr- i 1
f ,. ike W"1 inant
Tof christiaott" and at
- HteL topic. toUow: "Th.
M pou. rotor"
ithe ban at o'clock;
.TiSw Sunday noon at 10: SO:
fin)? at U a. m.; Sunday
TLT? sharp. T. P. I at
I 11 !y and chorus at o'cloek.
-"Trenew acquaintance with
own Kels0 0f Eugene, who is
tot the week end. Ensign and
' Huer. officer, in charge.
-jejUK METHODIST EPISCOPAL
5 US ' a Commercial and Meyers
'" Horace N. Aldrieh, pastor.
TT m. Sunday school, with el Bases
and grade., K. A. Kho
t'r.tendent. Primary depsrt-
in LesUe hall, under the
.' .. Mi. Hue Williams. 11
some action which mi.u . . .
a reconsideration of the dismissal of a
..u named Campanaud. which
caused the walkout M.
teod the men to submit their case to
Sundar school :4S
a. cnas. tiagemaa la charge;
classes foe people ot ail ages, taaght
by capable iosttuctora, Stranger and
visitors alwavs wAlrm fwa
truouc worsntp nam., subject Why arbitration. Th rti,.,- '
Wm Fall Religious:. CUss meetine pressed by the nnmUmZi .
Mr. Pl.rh I. .h. - -,. " P" igorous iaa.
; . uiwiuas ai prooaoiy se hint aaain. utk,u
:S. Miss Grace Tyler, president the railroad oomnanT- Whf1'
This is the most wide k. .,..!..;,a 00,nBo ha nussed IS 8
of the church. Toumt neool. w-Ld n " MdJtion to
loomed with a clad hand. Comnr
worsnip t:30, subject. The Man
Whom No Man Helps. This service
will be evangelistic. Special features
Reception of new members at the
morning service: special music by the
choir both morning and evening; the
orchestra will play for the Epworth
League. We extend to the public a
most cordial Invitation to come and
worship with na
FIRST eHURPff nir i-ucrim
SCIENTISTS Sunday service is held
n i r f.fc. .... . . .
. v.rmcKrs etreer at ii a. m.
Subject ofBible lesson "Christ Jesua"
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Wednesday
evening testimonial meeting at 8
o'clock. Reading room 209
It ' . ' - - i uu ill uj .Husomc
hin nith sermon W tni temple, open every dav excent Rnn.lnv
tnemi?, i - . m. u
p. m. A we coraiauv invited to mir
4or; theme, in
fTdewtional meeting of th. Ep-
U. i' 7:30 p
9TATB INSTITUTIONS Sunday,
: state hospital, R. L. Putnam.
T m. feeWe minded institute. G. L.
ji p. m. girls' training school.
f.CKantner. 3:15 p. m tubereulosr
" I ? 1 T V
m. evangelis-' services and to our reading room.
HIGHLAND FRIENDS Blbl
school at :45 a. tu. Preauhing at
1 la. m. C. E. meeting at 6.15
Preaching at 7:30 p. ni. Prayer
meeung on Tnursday Rt 7:30 p. ra.
,Our revival meetings arc still in
progress with good interest. Some
people are getting saved. We are ex
porting a great day Sabbath with all
... . 'T"1
CIUUSTIAW .WAkfWAW-. i I'11" Stwi. UdJT ouDoain Wit
HJ.1AKCK sserviccs ar i.io a uiuvh. iw meeting, ireaenmg at 11 a. m.
ant Thursday afternoon, March 4. at 1 1:30 and 7:30 p. m. Come and enjoy
Ut gntlt Cemmercial street, itev. a.
t Fee of Portland, will conduet tho,
KMe study. A cordial invitation to
SKVH.TK DAT ADVENTIST
Sorth Fifth St. and Gaines Ave.
SkvIm, tomorrow evening at 7:S.
ukjMt, who Changed the Sabbath T
DM Jeess substitute the first day of
the fulll gosnel messages that in h'
ing given. I G. Leo and Wife, pastors.
NAZARENE Nineteenth and Mar
ion, streets. Sunday school 9:45 a. nv.
W. B. Hardy, superintendent. Preach
ing, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. Toung
poopls a Bible study at :30 n. m..
sublet of study, Abraham. Song an
pmuw service nreui .7:30 to 8 p. m.
At seek tat the seventh day? Did) subject for morning message. The
.l. UTHn Aidt TCvAMenlitfti Vav .Tai mn K ,1 I. -
ihi isosOeB? Who did? Evangelist
i wn nnsmp' this sreat
miii from the Bible. and with a
(aenrne array of facta as testimonyj
cniimunc mv ocnpiufe, tutu, wua
ih esnresskin at the criminal. Every
body invited and cordially welcome.
riSST METHODIST episcopal!
-Ik. Jt. N. Avison, pastor. Corner!
Clnrca and State streets. 9:18 an old
doit due meeting, room. 4 down,
(taira. W. L Cummings, leader. :36
Su4i! school. Prof. J. W. Todd,
apwintentient; Grace Smith, assist
t U:r sermon for the young,
"Ke To Have Friends," James 3-23.
fairing message for young and old,
"Swttiat Olfta" 3:00 p. m. Db. H. J.
TklM will conduct services at the
"Mpegsfee1 home. 8:30 p. m. Senior
Kswnth Lsague in Sunday school
torn, Junior League in Epworth
W. 7:J p. m. sermon, "Our Plaoe
aibiKBeet" Sermon both morning
m twining by the pastor. The
wettly meeting of the W. H. M. 3.
Im htt. postponod because .of so
F1BST CHRISTIAN Center and
Hitkitreeta, three blocks north of tho
0. (.depot. Bible school at 9:48 a.
a. W lowed, by church services at 11.
ssnnt Burns and C. A. Wai
Mjwiia aiwlst the pastor in this
J"" the sermon being on "The
"tlsstament Church; Its Elders
"JPwcens.'' This will be very in
and interesting to alt who
MBcerned with the original pat-
laid down by Jesug Christ and
ru"l,?Stte' The 8Vnln aermon at
" m faitn a Sign of
Way Jesus went Midweek prayer
meeting T:30 Wednesday evening.
Tea are invited to these services.
Bvery service a special one. A. Wells,
pastor; Florence Wells, deaconess.
, Marion County Holiness Association
will hold its- regular monthly meeting
at the Evanireiicai church. 17th onrf
ChAtneketsv streets on Friday evening,
atarcit ttt All who are- interested in
the work of Holiness in Salem come
to this meeting. We expect Mary
Hill, direct from. China, in the meet
ing. A. Wells, president
S. Anderson, minister. Church school
ae :45, Josoph K. Albert, superin
tendent; a good service for everv.
body. Public worship at 11 o'clock
The pastor will, give the fifth sermon 'Zn'T, " M!
on the-general, theme. "Am r m Dem ck, Buss haul giavel a.oo
on tne general, theme, "Am I my
brother's keeper?" Obligations of the
Christian church, the Intar-nhmwh
World movement. Intermediate En
doavor at 5 o'clock. Youna- ne0nl 0Jurton or "
mseUng aat 8:30. and vin. etler, Dan gravel
ship at 7:30, A welcome for every
body.. UNITED EVANGELICAL Cottage
- .v.- v. iJ. UU, Cll, , - a - -' - -
poaiur. me aunaay scnool will meet "'"'"" eiw oi.ae
at 1 a. m. Divine worshin and P"""- "arl haul gravel 3tB0
preachiriK at 11 a. m "Takine One's Sanguinett, J H do
at 7:30 D. m. Praver
PhrHnn t' .1 . Sahlnhflph. (7 J An
VMIMHIUI UI1UWUC HI I. JU , " ' -
Evening worship and sermon Soholl & Son J powder
BRETHREN Corner of Nebraska
I Wi nwJ ,, oiB" OI ana 7tn st- George Chapman, pas.
! The C. K. will tor. Sunday school at in L m
- H t Aa in I...,.- m 1
'r ,rom im rreaching n a. m. and 7:30 p, m.
. ,Prayer meeting Prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.
to ram7rg i Vli ln tha "u- K Monthly business meeting Tues
ttsbMeJ Cro88 room).) day at 7:30 p. m. Woman's mission-
" an i. . J u l. ,urnl8B!nr meeting Friday at 1 p. m. at
Zr a delightful meeting tho church.
an to these prayer
SOtTTII SALEM FRIENDS Corner
. commercial, and Washington Sts.,
H.' H. penderton. pastor. Church
Bibta school at 10 a. m.. classes for
all,. Carl Miller, superintendent Pub
lic meeting for worship at 11 a. m.;
also at 6:30 p. m,
Euewte io noia.
A member of the state legislature
of 1911 is not eltaihU to appointment
as master fish warden accoraing to an
opinion i remixed to dav hv utamev '.
General Brown for Carl D. Shoemaker !
swtte g.une warden. In his opinion ;
Brawn states that both positions arvj
lucrative offices and further that the '
1919 legislature enacted a law increas-
lag th salary ot the fish warden and j
therefore a member ot that body is!
prohibited from partaking of this in-!
creased salary. The same oninion also 1
applies to deputy fish and deputy
GREAT OLD REMEDY
FOR SKIN DISEASES
J?er!L!'kiU ErnPum roni your own druggist. Fifty years
Drives Poison From tbe
Get it fixed in your mind that skin
eruptions, Ecxema, burning itching
skin, and all skin diseases are due en
tirely to impure and Infected blood.
U the trouble was on the outside of
the skin, by eimply washing and keep
ing it clean you could obtain relief
not even ointments, lotions, and salves
would be necessary. Agree with us in
this belief and your trouble can be
relieved you can ha uiii. . j
- . .j ivaivrcu
to health, a S. 8. is a ihi
table treatment that you can secure
ago S. 8. 8. was discovered and given
to suffering- mankind. During this
period it- has proven its remarkable
remedial properties and has relieved
thousands of cases of disease caused
by poor blood. You- can be relieved,
but you must take S. S. S. Take it if;
only pimples appear, for they denote!
bad blood, and may be followed by:
the sufferings from torturing skin:
eruptions. Therefore- be sure. Don't j
take chances, don't use lotions. If
yours is a special case, write for ex
pert medical advice. Address Medical
Director. 258 Swift Laboratory, At
He FcEawcg Is tha Cch!
IH , t A Birdwell, W 8 rolling ....
putiicanca ct zz recsra cf du etc....
ocaaecner. William, do
Ptaff. Jno spread gravel
Hammer, Edward, haul gravel
Clabs before tie Kara
l-cr the Fdarcary tem, 1S20L
tk Cousty Cfcrk
IIOAD8 j.j.-p HICHVrAVS
Road District So. t
2lramerman-A J dragging ....t 13.09
Snyder A C patrolman 17.50
FIRST tRSBVTwnT1Mn. J - .. aoua District So.
Ann. ZZZZZT VI." ?aa ditching i3.sa
Keck & Son drain tile .96
Bevens, Clarence ditching 7.60
Bozicnlck, John, haul gravel.... 87.00
Braiden, E A filling holes . S.0
Demlcfc. Georsre do
Emmert, Ben haul gravel eto
Fry, Frank help gravel haul
Garland, George haul gravel
Jones, Pute repair culvert 1.50
Jungnickel, J haul gravel 24.00
Xoffman. Frank Ritchina- . aim
SDshler, J M dragging lg.oa
1 Loom aw, Claud haul: m-avet 8. an
""dy John 4:34-38.
fT. 'onary Society meets
rkT': "Brcn wltn Mrs. D. A.
tit North Front Street ,'
rlT .' nteenth and Court Sts.
rissuf wiU be on fhl.
iu'w W wre very wry that
j, ' unaerea our services
w esk aad caused) us to pest-
rteJrl P'n for Christian
7"lp' btlt hops that noti
r" tis delay we mar be
, .7"-" unmeoiatBiy into, the!
On. W one" campaign now!
- mtherhood ta win. 1 no AAA'
Of Peace Treaty
Is Before Senate
TT-. n t mi. j
. kw will: 1US.8VU wr xiiii5iui I QU. !. lufl uumcauu
wb ertort. xonr questions reservation to the peace
! t(irf series of serren treaty- was up for consideration today
- bJT" 00 'SOUl Winninv" tor thav im tha jani.Ja. fnlliinai tha sintlnn
ul, auklg ttil those wholyestarday, by a vote of Si to , of tiie
" if ,?u'"winRer- Thai tintj reservation regarding mandatories.
14. ,1 8ri wi" Plven Senator Lodge's draft of the domes
1 ,. jy and the second en, tic questions reservation would reservs
isria. S,t7 "r ':n. sm m the Unite Statea the right to de
Simpson. J A haul (Travel etc.. I9.no.
Troudt. Adam ditching eto .... SJi.So
UNITED Welty Olen spreading gravel 13.50
Troudt, C D patrolman 89, js
Road District No. 3
Bass. Geo shovel gravel; ........ 3.00
s-t hlk , aam a. m.
!H fcTT .1 ln children. Mora-
rWh." T.Power ' the Pc-
Mi, El,deavorers give their
,w. . msplrationai a
AHt uis siate conven-
ttl w.. ,;30 P- m. "The
otX, V, Monday 7:30 p. m.
' 1. "J. meeUng. Thursday
w . brief dFmi ,
We extend a hearty
i a d 1 vTne to worship
i Wrttf n . ..
sZf-- State and 18th
'r erhonl h i . .
10:30 a. m..
elds what issues, such as immigration
ar purwly internal and therefor not
subject to tha Jurisdiction of the league
Of nations. OunOHinff this, tha rtetrtn.
erats) will attempt to have adopted the
uitcncock suostitnts) voted down last
November, providing that "no mem
ber nation." shall be required to submit
to the league- any question it consid
Tha- rwnnltlfr'anfi tim-a armit.A that
the Hitchcock draft is an amendment
to the treaty- instead of a reservation
inasmuch as it affects all nations and
therefore would have to be submitted
tor approval to the other signatories
to the pact.
9 S9ny in fiaih " '.
Aftl-nrifl Tha manadamizinir of the
highway leading to the Tillamook coun
' vrvn rasaton servics1" ,,nB w warwa "w wuhv.
! W' 11 7- p. m. Visitors1 urt about the first of April and op
i at. Q. Koehler, pastor. rations will be conducted from both
1 riQa, - MA. ' ttnA aam that tha CTOtttaf IWIP-
tion of the thoroughfare can be im
proved this summer.
PtikBMt . n; W. I. Btaley.l The- .tnembership of the Wmftn's
I J4" "The New' city ehib in Detroit. Mich., has about
P- ra. Christian En- reached the 3000 mark.
Beniton, O haul poles etc ..
Davis, Napolian with spike
team ...... ..
Feller, Jas P opening road ....
tCUensting, Ben dragging
CCuensting, Frank do
McCormick, Chas corduroy. .
Mooney, Thomas haul! gravel
Richmond. T H corduroy etc
Scott W D do
Sinner, John haul gravel
WhRneyi A C do
Whitney, 0 C cutting corduroy
Miller, J H patrolman
Rood District Sol 4
Gearin, Fred M patrolman 80.00
Road District No. S
Bates & Birnie building road
Booster. Howard drafting ...
Davidson, John- grading etc....
Davidson. Ralph grading and
dragging ...... ....
Fabor. Ed graver .
Davidson, W V patrolman ..
Road District So. 7
Cuteforrh, I E K log drag
Cutsforth, Rosa da ...
Harper, J S grading
r,mn I 1 K Inr draff work
Cutsforth.. John H patrolman
Road District So. S
flxiam Sewer Plixr CO. plp..-
Sowa, Paul nail bar
Aicher. G C ditcmng
Bauman, Steve epahrinr brigs
nir-ltanann. fi R h&Ul til
Hall, Henry Hiscel work 1..00
Hah-orsen,. C ditching
Keene, Wit M gen . repair
Lavine, Mrs Jos haul brush
Durant I W repair washout
atn , ... ..
Road Wstrlr 5f. H
Alenbacb, Chas laying cordu
Rizon, Paul dragging
Eeckhout, Frank, do
McKay, George filling bolea.
Moore, Robert dragging
Scollard, Roy grading drag-
-nraiat Tnhrt haul brick
tl-LOnav ElliS KTSOing eUJ
Whitnev. Lloyd filling holes
Scollard, Wm patrolman ,
Road District No.
Birdwell, W 8 rolling
ch. Emii, driving team. j.50
uciesenauer, Edward hauling
iWillig. Constance L dnannm
Aniien, Wm B patrolman ...
Rood Dtetrtns Kn. 1 1
Hart man. C O patroimani ......
Road District No. l
Hrougjier. At L cyh oil-
Sbepherdi Carl (Uling holes
etc ,., ...
Shepherd. Lotus do ...Z
Hogg. W T patrolman .
Road Diatrtot Sto. IS
Oregon Oravel Co.. gravel
Deggellcr, William A dragg
English, Elvln A planking eto
mtgnsit. w O patrolman ..,...
Road Dtscrtci So. 14
Alexander. Chas haul rock..
Reinhart. J do
Mais. Geo shovel rock eto 31.50
Bachlor, A t haul rack an nn
Winter, II J shoveling rock.... 6.00
Oeder,, A. patrolman '29.75
Road District No. 19
Spanlding Logging Co., Chas
Foster, N R dragging eto ......
Dunm Rollis dragging
Road Dkiriut No. 17
Bennett, I V. dragging
DeJardin, John do
Oregon Gravel Co, gravel ....
Salem Tils and Mercantile Co
Loron, I A dragging nn
lAsplnwall, J P tractor pulling
Dunlavy, 8 ditching j.a
Aspinwall, C P running gmder 3,60
Murdick. L S ditching 4.40
Gouley, Romeo patrolman ...... 7.00
Road District No. IS
Collard Vf P gravel 17.00
Jerman, A M do 2.00
Patterson, Hay haul gravel
Wayne, Mainard haul gravel 30.00
Patterson, Pearl do ..... 100.59
Perkins. Edwin do 48.00
McCormick, Ray do 24.00
Jerman, A M do 27.00
Whalen, Evert do 10.50
Ryan, James shoveling 7.60
Barrett T 8 do 7.60
cole-, Jtobt patrolman 42.00
Rood Dlxtrtct No. It
Beardsley, A F haul gravel
Clyde Equipment Co, drag 40.00
Fanner Hdw Co. Ray L nails .ftfi
Oregon? Oravel Co, gravel 14.65
Beardsley, Arthur gravel
McCall. Fred do ,
Hall, Monte .haul gravel
Savage, W E do
Beardsley, Arthur do ...
McCalr. Fred do
Livesley t Co, T A do ...
Banks, Albert shovel gravel..
Evans, John haul gravel ......
Radke. Car! do ..
Darling, W I dragging ,W.90
Dariing, O B haul gravel 9.00
Hall, B C patrolman 75.50
Road District So, 30
Oregon Gravel Co, gravel 13.60
Anderson, H haul gravel
Anderson, A T) spread gravel
Hoffman, Carl haul gravel
Hoffman, Theodore spreading
Kaplinger. Wm F patrolman
Hoad District No. 26 &
Oregon- Gravel Co, gravel .. 11.55
Salem Sand &Grave) Co, gravel
Road District No. 21
Conger, H W auto hlra
Oregon Grav Co, gravel
UaGes, M M patrolman
Kiia1 Dbarict No-. 23
Clymer, Geo draggln
Cone. A J da
Raniaden.. Carl do . .
Ramsden. C J patrolman 3.50
Road District No. 2S
Lang, Fred dragging etc ......
.' Road District No, 24
Herren. J II levelm.m etc ...
RtMid Dlotrk-t No. 25
Colvin, Chas dragging ...
Lewie, Clark, do
MUler, C M lumber
Road DiMrf"t No, 2
TI12 Question of tlie Are
1 .ttS' I
a mr ni S
Did Jesus Substitute the Rrst
Day cf tha Week for the Seventh
Day? Did the Apostles?
Should Christians Observe the True
' Bible Sabbath ?
V AH WIMY HATH W tWS
4To have been a thousand years wrong will not make us
' right for on e single hour"
Why are Christians keeping Sunday? the First day of the
week, when GOD proclaims with His own voice "The
Seventh Day is the Sabbath of the LORD thy GOD?"
COME AND HEAR THIS GREAT QUES TION AN
SWERED BY EVANGELIST A. R. BELL
Tomorrow Evening 7:30
S.D.AXhurch, North Fifth St. and Gaines Ave.
Take North Commercial Car
' " " . ' , 1 ". "K 1 m , ... a.,iwiii irw." I
Charming in Design Of Excellent Quality
W announce the arrival of several vciy,handdom Bedroom Suited Furniture of
eharming design unusual and well worth seeing. Every one interested in beautiful
furniture is invited to see this display. We are displaying ene of these Ivory Enamel
Suites in our west window. The bed is full size; chiifonem very roomy. The dresser
and triplicate mirrored dressing table complete the suit.
Regular $140.50 Six-Piece Ivory Bedroom..Set Ct1 flA
Special now .... t4XlUU
Regular $8.00 Iron Bed, special now 8 5.40
Regular $12.00 Iron Bed, special now $ 9.35
Regular $16.00 Iron Bed9 special now $12.80
Regular $18.00 Iron Bed, special now S14.35
Regular $30.00 Brass Bed, special now . S23.80
Regular $42.50 Brass Bed, special now S35.40
Regular $60.00 Brass Bed, special now : $47.85
Lloyd Princess Baby Buggies
Siraukr to illustration for ft few- days more, we wilf offer
you at a great discount several close-out pattern a
Regular fa&OO- Baby Buggy new $24.00
Regular $-10.00 Baby Buggy now $34.80
Regular $43.75 Baby Buggy now $39.40
Regular $5150 Baby Bagsy now $11.20
Regular $64.35 Baby Buggy now '. $49.75
Regular $60.00 Baby Buggy now , $47.50
(Continued on page twelve)
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