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TIIE CAPITAL JOURNAL
lively Identified. The number of his
name ( 666) counted and declared,
and his mark made krwn." A cordi
al invitation to all.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Cen
ter and Liberty streets, W. C. Kant-j tin prison.
ner. minister. 10:00 a. m. Sunday
school with clauses for all, W. I. Staley.
superintendent. 11:00 a. m. Rev. H.
J. Kilbourn, of Montreal. Canada,
will preach the sermon. 6:30 p. m.
Christian Endeavor. Miss Genevieve
Endicott, leader. 7:30 p. m. Rev. H.
J. Kilbourn will speak on "A Hope
ful View of the World War." Mr.
Killbourn was in the Over-seas serv
ice and has a rich fund of experiences
to draw upon In this address,
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
SCIENTIST Sunday service is held North Fifth street and Gaines Ave.j
t 440 Chemeketa, street at 11 a. m. (Tomorrow Evening 7:30 Evangelist A
subiect Bible lesson "Matter." Sun-IB. Bell, pastor, subject, "The Mark of
day school at :45 a. m. Wednesday . the Beast" A Great Last Day Apo
evening testimonial meeting at 8 : taly. The Beast of Revelation post
o'clock. Reading room 209 Masonic
Temple, open every day except Sun
day and holidays, from 11:45 to 6 P
ni. All are cordially Invited to our
(services and to our reading room.
CATHOLIC CHCRCH Passion
Sunday. Masses at 7:30 and 10:30. The
Sunday is commemorative of Christ's
retirement from publicity in the prep
aration for His death. The pastor will
sneak at high mass, subject. "Before
Abraham was. I am." Meneuiotlon
and sermon at 7:30 p. m. Lenten de
votions on Wednesday and Friday eve
nlngs at 7:30. Boys' choir practice at
2 on Saturday afternoon, catechism at
3 and confessions at 4.
FIRST I'NiTED BRETHREN
Tew park Bible school at 10 a. m.
Public worship at 11 a. m. Young
peoples meeting at 7 p. m. Preaching
at 8 p. m. Mid week prayer meeting
Wednesday evening ut 8 o'clock. C
W. Corby, pastor.
UNITED EVANGELICAL Cottage
and Center streets, Rev. G. L. Lovell
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. A
class and cordial welcome to all.
Worship and preaching at 11 a. m.
"The servant of the world." Christian
Kudeavor at 7 p. m. Evening worship
and sercon at 7:3t p. m. Prayer meet
ing on Thursduy evening.
NAZARENE CHURCH Nine
teenth and Marion streets. Sunday
school at 8:45, W. B.- lltirdy super
intendent. Preaching lit 11 a. m. and
at 8 p. m. Morning subject "Holiness
and the indwelling of the Holy Spir
it." Younij peoples Bible study at 8:30
Sunday evening, Florence Wells teacli
sr. This Is a good place to learn more
of the Bible. Song and praise Bervlce
from 7:30 to 8 p. ni. Sunday evening.
Mid-week prayer meeting at 7:30
Wednesday evening. Everybody wel
come to these meetings. Just the Good
old gospel meetings, A. Wells,, pastor,
Florence Wells, deaconess.
ted to take in with them.
Bakersfield. Calif., March SO. Two
deputy sheriffs from this city are In
Sacramento today obtaining the neces
sary papers for the ' extradition of
called at the end of the seventh in-
ning because of darkness. The north-
erners used four pitchers in
attempt to stop California's
hitting. The score:
ST. PAIX'S Fifth Sunday in Lent
7:30 a. m., holy communion; :45 a.
m., church school; 11 a. m., morning
prayer and sermon; 7:30 p. m., even
ing prayer and address. Everybody
welcome. Chas. H. Powell, rector.
In Race for Job as
Oscar A. Steelhammer, secretary of
the Salem Business Men's league, to
day announced his intention of becom-
Hearjng a candidate in the state Drimarv
election for nomination for county as
sessor. Mr. Steelhammer said that he
would formally file for this nomina
tion within a week or ten days, and get
out his petitions.
Even before his announcement
newspapers throughout the county
have been maklmr mention of his nroh-
Bible'ab'e tan,'('ac' ai,d are urging support
- ui vuieis in cuse ne suuuia aeciae to
enter the race. .
Mr. Steelhammer has been secretary
Hughes. Keene. Cacgrove, Bawe
and Calden; McHenry and Poomey.
Rtieli Everlv and Ravmond Eyerly
- . .. in O . . 1 , nan nn thft'O. A. C.
tieoiCM ill CHuni, u t -" ..... t -
charge of having stolen an automobile California - 10
from Mrs. C. F. Bennett, wife of the
late supervisor Bennett, two years ago.
The Eyerly brothers, with Harry
Clark, were charged jointly with the
theft of the car. Clark was captured
In Montana where, it is said, all three
fled. Clark was brought back to this
city from Montana after some difficul
ty, an appeal to the attorney general
of Montana being finally necessary to
extradite him. Clark was tried here,
found guilty and is now in San Quln-
school at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship
at 11 o'clock; C. E. meeting at :15
nnrl a va-nvai lal In ttMnnhlntf at 740
p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday at of the B"slne! '-n " for about
7:30 p. m. We are still preaching the,a ear: and served six years as chief
full Gospel and people are getting 1 Puty county assessor from 1913 to
saved nnd sanctified. We will be gladl He "as nevr been a canodidate
to" help any one in need of spiritual
help. I. G. Lee and Wife, pastors.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
for the position before, although he is
Intimately acquainted with the duties
of the offices, and has several times.
Deiore been urged to become a candi-
Dr. R. N. Avlson, minister. Corner date- Mr. Steelhammer will enter his
Church and State streets. 9:15 Class name on the republican ballot.
meeting room 4 down stairs, W. L.i
Cummlngs, leader. 9:45 a .m. Sunday! TM.fr. 1 r t
school; provisions made for all ages Ul V H'lk id L-iUICoL
from the cradle to 100 years and up
wards. 11 a. m. Sermonette, "Walk
ing with God" 1 Cor. 3-9. Morning
sermon for nil, "Jesus In the Hos
pital." 3:00 p. ni. services at Old
People's Home, corner 12th and Fer
ry streets. 6:30 p. m. David Lawson
will have charge
Uople are invlled whether .members
or not. Junior League In Epworth
JASON LEE MEMORIAL Corner; u- m- sermon, now uoa
Winter and Jefferson streets, Thomas! Works." The pastor will occupy the
Siindnv school 9:45 l,u'P" Dl" morning ana evening.
In the Y. M.
with classes for all agos, under the
leadership of capable teachers.
Ht rangers and visitors always wel
come, but if you are looking for a
monotonous place to Bpend an hour
do not come; we cannot take care of
you. Public worship )1:00 a. m., sub
let aiiiotiirhtti On The Christ. Class
meeting at the close of the morning at ten o'clock
service. Epworth League devotional
meeting 6:30. A Splendid opportun
ity is offered to young people in this
meeting. Come early. Evening serv
ice 7 : MO. subject, The Damascus
I'.nad. We most eordiully Invite the
public to (ill of these services. The
regular prayer meeting will be held!
on Wednesday evening at 7:30.
Thursday at 7:30 p. m. prayer meet
ing; tue last was exceptionally good.
Come again and bring another.
Addition To The
After a two weeks' search, Biddle
Bishop has checked .Bob Brown, or
of the Epworth Amity, in on the Senators' pitching
Jiour, all young staff. Brown is a righthander and :
expected to team with Cole and TCralg,
who also delivered from the northeast
quarter. With Cox as the southpaw
for the team, Biddle is beginning to
feel satisfied but just to play safe on
material, he is scouting about for one
or two more delivery-men.
Brown, who has been given employ
ment at the state highway garage,
comes to Salem with the rep for ntcv-
Police Called to
Quell Uprising of
Boys at Theater
Police were called on Friday night
to quell a disturbance in front of the
Oregon theater and by the Oregon
Electric depot in which boys, rang
ing from 10 to 18 years in age. were
the principles. Unles such disturb
ances as occured last night are stop
ped a restricted district around the
depot will be proclaimed, Chief of
Police Welsh said today.
Upon the call of Manager Cupper of
he theater Officer Jack White went
there to find a group of boys block
ing the entrance to the playhouse.
He rounded up Herbert. 7, and James
Johnson. 11, of 797 North Winter
street; Edward, 16, and Henry Klos
sen. 14, 645 Fery street, and W. M.
Miles. 14. of 1460 North Front street,
and took them to the city jail. After
receiving a fatherly talk by Night
Sergeant Elmer White they were per
mitted to go to their homes.
Police say that numerous com
plaints have been made to them of
boys frollclng around the railroad
depot, interferring with passengers,
and creating undue disturbances.
This will not be tolerated, they said.
By C A. DAVIDSON
(Director of Music for Salem Schools)
The Leads Malone Logging company
is reported to have purchased the M.
J. Kinney timber holdings on the up
per Lewis and Clark. The tract con
tains approximately 30,000,006 feet of
fir and spruce.
x ue regular meeting ui uitj cuueiu i j , . , ,
Ministerial Association will be held L"f "f!d'rm ?"d.the pledge of
Talbott, D. D.
C. A. Monday morning
Paper by Rev. H. J.
COURT STREET CHRISTIAN-
STATE INSTITUTIONS Services
at the institutions Sunday will be held
as follows: 2:30 p. m. Chemawa In
dian school, by H. E. Pemberton.
3:00 p. m. Girls' Training school, by
Captain Geo. Hunter.
LESLIE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Corner South Commercial and
Meyers streets. Horace N. Aldrlch,
Come,- N. 17th and Court streets. wejl,",ur- aunuuy scuooi
are starting our second week of the with clnsses for all ages, E. A. Rho
nlghtlv meetings with' home forces, to", superintendent; primary depart
The meeting is growing in interest ent under the direction of Miss Sue
and minis are being saved. Sermons! Williams. 11:00 a. m. public worship
like Peter preached on the Day of with sermon by the pastor; theme,
Pentecost are being preached by the"The Thorn Crowned Man." 6:30 p.
liustor. The subjects for the coming, m. iicvotionni meeting or me r.p
how to got results from his pitching
skill. Dume rumor has it that one of
the McCredies talked contract with
Brown, shortly after the latter left the
McMinnvllle Yelobans following a sue,
cessful season. However, the confer
ence evidently failed to land Brown,
who is looking for a permanent location.
worth League, Leslie Springer, pres
ident. 7:30 p, m. Evangelistic hour.
Special music In nil services by the
, week beginning with Monday night:
"The Sin of Procrastination," "Al
most, but Lost," "How Are You
Building?", "The Burning Question,"
"The Hindered and t!te Illnilerer,"
"The Question of Human Destiny,"
"The Hardest Things to Do," "Pre
pnre to Meet Thy God." Tho serv
ices Lord's Day are as follows: Itlble
school 10:00 a. m.; talk by the pastor
to the children. Sermon, "The Good
Confession". The Junior 'C. 13. 3:30
p. in.i Intermediate C. E. 6:30 p. m.;
Young People's C. E. 6:30 p. m. Song
service ana sermon , Morelock on Information from Bakers-
Curlat", Attend these crv Ice, B fiel(,, cl., authorities that they hold a
hear the Gospel preached wMJi power. ,,,,,, charging grand lar-
" Where the P "Veny, were still In the city jail here to-
Speak and Where the Scriptures are ' J
8 lent." Everybody Invited that wants Pollc. believe It probably will be
to hear such pre,chlng. Don't forget Tuesday before extradition proceed,
to attend the meetings durlnff the1 '"W ne arranged, and the pair will be
,.,..!, isu,.h nno win mm " R. L. taken to California. The brothers
Still In Jail As
Russell and Raymond Eyerly, ar
rested here Friday by Officer Lee
spend most of their time In Jail play
ing on Instruments they were permit-
Tuesday, Mar, 30
1:30 p. m.
945 Chemeketa St.
Piano, Vlctrola, rugs draperies,
ranges, gas range mahogany
and oak furniture comprising,
all furniture and furnishing of
the home of Hit Leroy Hew
lett. See further advertisement.
F. N. WOO DRY,
Aggies Fall Before
Berkeley, Cal., Mar. 20. The Uni
versity of California baseball team de
feated Oregon Agricultural college
10 to 0 here Friday. The game was
Thousands of people who suf
fered with rheumatism in this
state have written to the man
ufacturers of Anti-Uric andj
stated that this remedy cured
These letters are being pub
lished from time to time and if
you suiter with rheumatism
you are at liberty to write to
any of these people and they
will gladly answer any inquiries
you may make as to their ex
perience with Anti-Uric.
If you suffer with rheuma
tisn try Anti-Uric. If you do
not get relief your money will
be returned. ,,.
What we know as community music
is, in most places, the singing of pa
triotic, popular and old favorite songs.
It is this and more very much more.
There is hardly a limit to the extent of
its possible development. Like public
school music, and in fact like music in
general, community music began with
singing. The war gave it a great Im
petus and a great stride forward. It
is bound to go forward very rapidly for
the simple reason that it is established
on a firm basis that basis being the
longing for self-expression that ex:a
in us all.
Music has too long been a highbrow,
snobbish sort of thing, holding itself
aloof with its head in the air, super
cilious, pretentious, demanding that IT
be coaxed and flattered before it will
condescend to visit the rank ana nun
Now comes "music for the masses."
It is as normal to mankind to sing or
whistle about their work, as it is for
the birds to sing, for horses to neigb,
for cattle to low and for dogs to bark.
It is only the conventions, the repres
sions, the disgruntled views and habits
that we acquire as we grow up and
fight our battles of life, that obscures
the spontaneous outburst of song.
But music is a great game of nutke
believe. And if the world is kind or un
kind, we may think the same thoughts
and feel the same emotional thrills;
and get together more closely thru Its
medium than thru the other
Accordingly the Bureau of Commun
ity service. New York, is beginning a
survey of music conditions of the
country. In the questionaires sent out
some 100 questions are asked.
From the data thus secured a re
cognition' of the Immediate means of'
each locality, and of the best metnuus i
of approach will be obtained, u ne
general aim is eventually to raise the
standard of appreciation, but first of
all to make sure that every individual
citizen has a taste of song, band, or or
chestra first hand and not by proxy.
We shall probably hear more of this
subject in Salem within the next few
The first ail-American concert was
held in New York not long ago and
was a success. The program consisted
.. ,. .
vi nunioers Dy American composers
rendered by a soprano and string trio.
Other programs of like nature are to
be heard. As Percy Grainger, the noted
pianist (who by the way plays in Port
land soon) said, "there is no use to
wait for the American composer, he is
already here." No doubt henceforth he
will be given a hearing and win find
his place alongside those we have been
wont to honor across the water."
4n spite of the high cost of living
everyone has money and in spite of
the thrift campaigns, everyone is
spending money as never before. Any
way McCormick and Galli Curt sang to
capacity houses- of 7.000 people, thru
all their New York engagements.
Two new songs by American com
posers that are having quite a vogue
on concert programs are "There Is no
Death, by Gooffrey O'Hara, and
"Christ In Flanders," by Ward Steph
ens. New York's concert audience num
bers 30,000 people. Practically the
same people make up the symphony
audiences from time to time. Isn't
there some way to provide symphony
concerts for the whole population?
How much longer will it be till muni
cipalities provide good concerts for
public consumption Just as they pro
vide good water?
Pans, Var ,. '
--is, iiar. 20 -'n.uj-
ana John V r tnJ
engineer of N ? . j
Port of Honneurte.T"411'
the earning out of S, 1,
Kreat deal of Aa)
invested. aa WUI, ;
by Perry's Drug
In the Future
t For Expert Electric Work, Magnet Wire
and Supplies, see
the Electrical Mach.
& Eng. Co.
337 Court Street
STATE g STREET
laddDush Bank Duildinrf
FIRST CHRISTIAN Center and
Illnh Mtreels, two blocks north of the
eourtliouse. Bible school at 8:45, Dr.
H. C. Kpley, superintendent. Hear
our great. 8. S. Orchestra. Morning
worship at tt:00. a "Lads nnd Dads"
sermon, preliminary to our Fathers
and Sons banquet Monday night.
Christian Endeavor at 6.30 p. nt. At
7:30 Mrs. Leland VV. Porter will
' preach: sermon topic, "The Kternal
Love of God." Our pre-Raster cam
paign of personal evangelism contin
ues to grow In interest, and we hope
to make Muster a great Decision Day,
for I'hrtHl, Pro. .Abe Bennett, of E,
'it. !., will hold us a week's meeting
cloning that day, and all workers will
do personal work at every opportuni
ty. Attend the cottage prayer meet
ings this week, and the midweek
meeting Thursday evening at the
church, l.eland W. Porter, pastor.
t- . -
SOUTH S A I.EM FBIKNDS Corner
of South Commercial and Washington.'
H. K. Pemberton. pastor. Church j
Bible school at 10:00 a. m clauses
for alt; Call Miller, superintendent.!
.Meeting for public worship with sing
ing and preaching at 11:00 a. m. and
. 7 ::0 p. in. Youn people meet at
:30 In C. K. Uooni. Thursday at'
7:30 p. m. prayer meeting with Bible
Marlon County Holiness Asxoclatlon
will bessln a series of meetings at the.
HaHille Baptist church Sunday!
evening. March Si at ?:S0 p. m. This
Is strictly , Interdenominational and
the pcac!ilng will be done by differ
ent pastors of the city, W. J. John
son, secretary. ;. '
Corner South lth and Ferry streets.
H. ,C. Stover, minister. Sunday
K 'lioul :it 10:00 a. in Mrs. Burton E.;
I'M wards, superintendent. Morning
nnd evening sermon by Dr. Thomas, i
Street, of Boston. Christian Endeavor,
at 6:4(j p. m. Miss Mable Van Fatten,' j
leader." Evening service at 7:30 p. m. j
ctorneSa & ). A. CHURCH, NORTH FIFTH ST. and GAINES AVE,
Ktreet. Sunday school 10:00 a. m., W. 1 , '
7X. m.rae- - . COME 'And bring a FRIEND :
Sir'-r 7 aoon. . TAKE NORTH COMMERCIAL CAR
t'. MMMMM miH4ffW0tMI
The Mark of the Beast
See Rev. 14:9-11.
" A Great Last Day Apostasy
The Beast of Revelation positively identified. The Number of his Name (666. See Rev. 13:18)
Counted and ' declared, and hi s Mark made knoivn.
'Another Important Sermon Study by
I EVANGELIST A.R.BELL
It will pay you to hear it
TOMORROW EVENING 7:30
"Father" G rammer
And teacher will lecture and
heal and teach and demon
strate the true principles of
immunity from sickness and
sorrow, at Grand Opera
House, Salem, Thursday,
March 18th to Sunday, Mar.
21, at 8 p. m. o'clock every
evening, "and heal and bless
the people daily.
"Father" Grammer is mak
ing a world's tour under aus
pices of the School of Life,
and carries record of many ap
parently miraculous cases of
healing, from Colorado, Tex
as, Seattle, Portland and
many other places. Many are
healed instantly while hear
ing him speak. Admission
Free. Adv. .
-When a fellow reall,
a 'riend I, wnen,
weakened eye ta "V
have someone else ml
So many people, becau
earlier life, ere now
ing upon others.
Had they provided the frfo
liness of glasses to their
at the right time h M
life, they would still be
Joying good eyesight m
An examination will reml
the true condition of ,,
eyes. It's a little thing t,
seek, but a big thing to
and so important.
Henry E. Morris
305 State Street
Jill . . ' '-ra
This week we are specializing on Davenports. Good over
stuffed Davenports at very reasonable prices. We haveagooi
showing of these goods but must make room for new stock to
arrive. We are offering over-stuffed tapestry Davenports
from $75.00 up. 'All over-stuffed chairs are included in ihh
. nil -d
Considered the world's best talking ma
chines. H ave just been added to our line of
musical machines. ;
You should hear the Cheney, noted for its perfect tones 0i
high class cabinet works of exclusive designs. The motors
the Cheney are guaranteed for the life of the machine. If
is a big advance over what other makes are giving and in
sures you against expensive repair bills. -SEVERAL
For Sale very cheap. We will take your old machine in
-. for a new one
Have you seen the new
!niafs with no whining or wheezing. Let nsD&
:; . onstrate . -;
C. S. HAMILTON
340 Court Street
meet ing Thursday at 7:J0 P. n
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