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TEE CAPITAL JOURNAL
the Bible study. A cordial invitation
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' BRETHREN Corner 17th and Ne
braska ve. Sunday school 10 a. m.,
W. W. Roscbraugh. Supt; preach
ing service 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Ladles' Aid Wednesday 2 p. m.; W. M
A. Friday 2 p. m. at the church. Spe
cial music. All welcome. Goo. Chap
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Center and High streets, one bloc!'
north of the city hall. Bible school ft
9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 11,
Christian Endeavor at :30, evening
worship at 7:30. Sermon topics: 'Hla
Last Word" and "The way into Life
Eternal." Leland W. l'orter, pastor.
CATHOLIC CHURCH Palm Sun
day the church commemorates the
triumphal entry of our Savior ini.9
Jerusalem. At the 10:30 muss, sprigs
of evergreen are blessed and distrib
uted, and the Passion of Lord ac
cording to St. Matthew is recited.
This issues in Holy Week. A commun
ion mass at 7:30 will be read is usj
al. The public Is cordially invited.
On Easter the masses will be at S
and 10:30. The first mass will be for
the children's first holy communion.
Masses Thursday. Friday and Satur
day will be at 7 o'clock. Saturday
maw as well as the Thursday muss
will be a high mass. Devotions on
Wednesday evening and stations of
the cross, veneration of the cross nno
sermon on Friday evening at 7:30.
SEVENTH HAY ADVENT1ST
North 6th street and Gaines avenue.
Tomorrow evening 7:30 EvangelUl
A. K. Bell, pastor. Subject "The Unit
ed States In prophecy the rise, pro
gress and ftesilny of our own nation
revealed In the Bible." Another great
sermon study. Illustrated.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Co.--ner
Liberty and Marlon streets. Ser
mon both morning und evening b '
Dr. Carl Gregg Doney, president ei
AVillametle university. Morning serv
ice nt 11 o'clock, evening service,
, 7:30. Sunday school at 9:45 a. n.
B. Y. P. V. at 6:30 p. m. Every on
is cordially invited to attend thene
Men's lirotherhood meeting Tues
day evening. Supper lit 6:110. A laie
numbe r of pictures of state hiKhwity
work will be shown. State tliithwjy
Engineer Herbert Nuiin expects to hi
present and explain the state road
CHURCH Corner South lllth and
Ferry streets, II. V. Stover, minister.
Sunday school tit 10 a. in., Mis. l!ur
ton Edwards, superintendent. Addrcs
by the pastor nt 11 a. in. Subject
"The Palm Sunday King."' Chri-sJan
Endeavor tit 6:45- p. in. Kviuilng wu-v-ico
at 7:110 p. ni Evening subject 'Th.
Triumphal Entry." Palm Su-iulny niu
sic. Passion week services beginning
Monday evening nt 7:30 p. in. The
speakers will be ltev. F. C. Hull:)",
Pr. V. C. Kantnor, ltev. J. 1'. Clyde,
Hev. James lOlvin anil Snpt. A. J.
LESLIE METHODIST EPISCO
PAL Corner South Commercial an I
Myers streets. Horace N. Aldrleh,
pastor. 9:45 a. in. Sunday school,
with classes for all ages and grader!,
K A. lthoten, superintendent. Pri
mary department meets in Leslie hall
tinder the direction of Miss Sue Wil
liams , 11 a. m. public, worship, wl n
sermon by the pustor. Theme, "Tin
Triumphal Entry." This Is declsiin
day In the Sunday school, and a class
of young people who have' been in
preparation will be received lull
church membership. 3:30 p. in, the
choir will meet for special rehearsal
and nt 6:30 p. m. will havo lunctwit
the church, remaining for the eve
ning service. 11:30 p. m. the devotion
al meeting of the Epworlh League,
Leslie Springer, president, 7:30 p. in,
Mrs. Jean Morris Ellis will (deliver
the address. No one can afford to
lulss hearing Mrs. Ellis. Slid is in th'!
city In the Interest of the ex-sorvlcj
men, and this will be her only pub
lic address. The public is Invited.
The Salem Ministerial association will
neet in regular session, Monday in
the Y, M. C. A. at ten o'clock. The
Annual election of officers will be
held, and a full attendance Is desir
ed. STATE INSTITUTIONS Services
at the Institutions Sunday will be he! 1
as follows: 9 n. in. state hospital, by
H. C. mover; a a. m. feeble minded
lnstltut- by G. F. Leinlng; 2:15
m. mute school, by R. N. Avison; !:30
p. m. cottage farm, by L. W. Forter
3 p. m girl's training school, by H
E. Pemberton; 3:15 p. m. tuberculo
sis hospital, by A.. Loughrtdge.
HIGHLAND FRIENDS Bible school
at 9:45 a. m., Earl Pruitt, Supt Class
es for all and a cordial invitation to
any one who is not a regular attemp
er elsewhere. Preaching at 11 a. m.;
C. E. meeting at 6:15 and preaching
at 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting on
Thursday at 7:30 p. m. I. O. Lee and
SOUTH SALEM FRIENDS Cor-
of South Commercial and Washing
ton, H. E. Pemberton, pastor. Church
Bible school at .10 a. m., classes for
all, Carl Miller, Supt. Meeting for
worship with singing and preaching
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Youtv;
people meet at 0:30 p. m. Thursday
evening monthly business meeting.
The pulpit is to be occupied Sun
day March 28, by Rev. Sidney Hall,
a former pastor. Tho morning theme
is "The Christian Doctrine of the
Atonement." Evening subject "The
Dregs of the Cup."
and Marion streets. Sunday school nt
9:45, W. B. Hardy, superintendent.
Preaching at 11a. m. and at 8 p. m.
Young People's Bible study at 6:30
p. m. Subject Isaac- Song and praise
service from 7:30 to 8 p. m. Midweek
prayer meeting ut 7:30 Wednesday
evening. Home and Foreign mission
ary society regular monthly meeting
at the parsonage on Thursday at 2:30
p. in. We are keeping to the gospel
in all these meetings and invite you
to attend. A. Wells, pastor; Florence
Marion County Holiness association
Is still holding meetings at Hayes
ville Baptist church and' will con
tinue every night the coming week.
The interest is increasing. W. J. John
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH Dr. R. N. Avison, minis
ter, corner Church 'and State streets.
9:15 old time class meeting, room 4
downstairs, W. L. Cunimings, leader.
9:45 Sunday school,' Alpheus J. Gil
lette, Supt. assisted by Robbln Fish.
II sermoiiette. Words fitly spoken,
I'rov. 25-11. Morning sermon for 'ill
The Obligation of Church Member
ship. 3 p. in. usual services at tho
Old Peoples home, 12th and Ferry.
(i:30 Miss .Mary Notson will lead tho
senior Kpwoith League, held in the
Sunday school room, in Epworlh hull,
the Intermediate league will complete
its organization; all young people cf
Intermediate age are urged to come.
The Junior league meets upstairs.
7:30 p. m. sermon, Uod at Work in
His World. Thursday 7:30 tho usual
prayer service, for a lesson the pas
tor will use the seven "I ams" of
Jesus. The monthly meeting of the
official bourd will immediately fol
low. There will be a service on Good
Friday evening at 7:30. The pastors
theme will be "Seven Words from
CHURCH Liberty and Center St;
Vv. C. Kuntner, minister. 10 a. m.
Rible school with classes for all, V.
I. Staley, superintendent. 11 a. m.
Palm Sunday address, "The Kingly
Christ." 6:30 p. m. Christian En
deavor, Miss Theresa Fowle, leader
7:30 p. m. "The Master Question
What will you do with Jesus?" Mo
EVANGELICAL CHURCH Sev
enth and Chemeketa streets, F. W.
Launer, pastor. The Sunday school nt
10 a. m, under the leadership of J,
1. lupoid; (he school hns had a steady
iitcreaso and also Improved interest.
Sermon at 11 a. m. subject "Onward
and Upward,", nt the close of the
sermon the communion services will
bo held. y. P. A. nt 7 p. m., lend by
Mrs. F. W. Launer; sermon 7:43.
Prayer und teachers meeting Thurs
day evening. W. M. S. Friday eve
ning. Tho choir is preparing a spe
cial program for Easter, called "Love
CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY
ALLIANCE Services at 2:15 o'clock
next Thursday afternoon, April 1, at
632 South Commercial street, Rev.
J. E. Fee of Portland, conducting
morning prayer and sermon, .ThV
Future of Christianity; 7:30 p. m,
evening prayer and sermon, "The
Victorious Christ At the mmntrg
service Miss Churchill will sing,
"Palm Branches' for an offertory so
lo, and at the evening sen-ice L. O.
Jeqnlson will sine; a solo. Holy week
services will be held as follows: Wed
nesday at 4 p. m. evening- prayer and
lecture; Maunday Thursday, holy com
m union at 9:30 a. m; Good Friday,
3 hour service from 13 m. to 3 p. m.
with addresses on the Seven Words
of Christ on the cross. Everybody
welcome. Chaa. H. Powell, rector
FIRST CHURCn OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST Sunday service is held
at 440 Chemeketa street at 11 a. m
subject Bible lesson "Reality." Sun
day school at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday
evening testimonial meeting at S
o'clock. Reading room 200 Masonic
Temple, open every day except Sun
day and holidays, from 11:45 to S p.
ni. All are cordially invited to our
services and to our reading room.
LUTHERAN East State and
Eighteenth streets. Sunday school
10 a. m. Preaching service at 10:30
i. m. Subject: "Our Dying Savior's
It is Finished,' " Luther league at 7
J. m., Lester Oehler, leader. Evening
service at 7:30 p. m. Visitors are wel
come. Geo. Koehler, pastor.
COURT STREET CHRISTIAN
CHURCH Corner Of North 7th and
Court streets. What blessed meetings
we are having In our "each one win
one" campaign now on. The gosnci
of Christ is proving nightly to be the
"power" of God unto salvation-to ev
eryone that believes" and obeys It-
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH Paha Sun-1 commands. Just one more week of
day, 7:30 a. m.. holy communion.' the campaign. If you have not heard
:4i a. m. church school; 11 a. m. these powerful sermons, don't miss a
single, one this week. The subjects
begimifie Monday are ns follows
"The Hindered and the Hinderer,"
"The Voice of God." "Heaven or
Hell." "The Unpardonable Sin.
"God's Blockade to the Way to Hell'
"The Empty Tomb." "Excuse Me,'
Bible school 10 a. m.J'he "each one
win one" contest is bringing them in.
Come and hear about it. Talk to chil
dren at close of school. Morni.ig
worship 11a. in. Sermon: "The Hard
est Thing to Do." Junior C. E. 3:30
p. m. Intermediate C. E. 6:30 p. m-
Toung People's C. E. 0:30 p. m. H
you want to see live C. E. meetings
Just attend any one of these. Song
service and sermon 7:30 p. m. Sub
ject: "Prepare to Meet Thy God." A
welcome for all. Let's make this the
greatest week for ingathering for
Christ that this Church of Christ has
yet known. It can be done. Let's go.
FIRST UNITED BRETHREN
CHURCH OF TEW PARK Bible
school at 10, preaching at 11, Chris
tian Endeavor at 7, preaching at S
o'clock. Midweek prayer meeting
Wednesday at S o'clock. All are cor
dially Invited. C. W. Corby, pastor.
CENTER STREET METHODIST
Corner Center and 13th streets, oppo
site the Washington school. Sabbath
school 10 a. m., H. II. Gralapp, su
perintendent. At 11 o'clock Miss V.
Hertzler, returned missionary from
Japan, who has a few months fur
lough will speak in the English lan
guage on the subject: "Christ Tri
umphant in Japan." In the evcnln?
she will speak again after the Ep
worlh League meeting to be conduct
ed by Daniel Sehreiber. - Thursd ty
evening prayer meeting. Thursday
2:30 the Ladies Aid will meet at the
home of Mrs. M. Rerfuss. Friday eve
ning at 7:4S Rev. A. F. Hihner will
preach ct the ehurch, subject "The,
Crucffbrioiv of Christ He will !
preach the following Easter Sunday.
G. S. Roeder, pastor.
SALVATION ARMT There will -
an open air service Saturday evening
commencing 7:30. followed by a mee:
ing inside the hall at 8 o'clock Sun
day morning open air at 10:30, in
side 11. a. m. Holiness meeting; 2
o'clock Sunday school and Wible
class; young peoples service :15 i.
m. Open air on State street 7:30 and
Inside at 8 o'clock. Salvation meeting
led by Ensign and Mrs. G. Hunter.
Special revival services commencing
Tuesday next, March 30th and con
tinued until April 4th, Inclusive, led
by Col. S. L. Brengle, D. D. assisted
by his daughter and Capt. Wesley
Bouterse (soloist) these meetings will
be conducted in the Salvation armv
hall, 241 State street. Come early
and get a front sent as we expect a
full hall every night.
Idea Pushed At
impetus to the oampaign to make
Salem a city beautiful was given at a
mass meeting of public spirited citiaens
in the Commercial club last nprht de
cisive steps were planned to promote
the beautificatlon of Salem, even from
the pledging of each Individual present
to do some one thins to make the city
New officers wcv elected to carry
on the proposed work: They are:
Homer Smith, president; Carrie H.J
SATURDAY, MARCH j.
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views were BlwB to -fve
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Inwmie commission 4
Panama, Mar. 2JK
ma canal Wfreren .V
grea : waterway Is again
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been elected superintendent of the As
toria publi c .schools at a salary of
f3300 per year.
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Through Service We Grow
he United States in Prophecy
The Rise, Progress, and Destiny of our
Nation revealed in the Bible
As God has dealt with the Great World Empires Babylon, Medo-Persia, Grecia and
Rome, making thtem subjects of Bible Prophecy, so also has He dealt with our own
Country. Its beginning and the time of it, and the peculiar manner in which this nation
began its career, and the two Great Fundamental Principles Civil and Religious Liberty
which have been its very Life and Greatness, togethter with its Future Destiny, are
clearly set forth in one of the Bible's wonderful prophecies. .
Another Great Sermon Study
By EVANGELIST A. R. BELL
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