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THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
Of Sunday School
i Speakers Named
i, ., a.-'-.vines. It is niean. this
. 1 .u. .f.rn,i Mis Hilda Williamson
plannm tnai uurins - , H.ia
th-re will be a special meeting tor : an operation at the rvseones Has
'young people and meetings for local ; pitaj Tuesday and is doing well.
'church financial organizations. In the
!evenin? hre will be a composite!
survey lantern slide address by the n Ignt fid (,ClSt
: . . or aires from F. A. and T. A
laving, sauiation ,h( .onsiderat!on being H5.S0O.
Hood River business men are urg!r.j)
'Hazel Green Bovs
With. Program un-urpaed by anvi Uerton F. Bronnon, eiecutive srcr;-i j ,
former convention of the .an.e char- t.ry of the interchurch mc-ement for, C0ndllCt
a.ter. -- V irion County Sunday ureaon. us. .Ui .
o w . ,,,,.,, -.in 'announcement to the public and U.
School association contention win, (
.... ......!.... .k..ut.Ui. u..tm KhtirrhM whn have nletiz '
o(ien at the first iTrenjwrwn .ui.r r-
Kridav afternoon. April . at 2:13. ej their support
o'clock. A record attenuam is ex-, program
In Comedy Film
The cast supporting Louise Gia.
the muznetic start of "Sahara." the
V n cfar Pmam m Sr'PP'n emotional drama by C. Gard
L,U2LCI I I Ugf Ml r Sullivan showing next Sunday at
underwent tr:v r,f woman, whose selflfB
r.ew is as iwidious as the devil hlm-
" Foremost in support of Miss Glaum that raore speed be made in the pav
is Matt Moore, one of those good old jng of thf highwar between Wyeth an
Irish Moores of whom the screen has H(K(J Rivr.
inr Matt. Tom. Owen and Joe..
The m.blic has accused Matt Moore of : Petitions for placing the names m
the republican ballot are be!n
laied at Albany. "
of the state
industrial we;fare cor.-.!
state of Oregon recentir r4
tiu-ia i.juus uie Hours of labi
um wage for minors and - 'f-
in mercantile, manufacturins n;
laundry, telephone ami7t
ad Euhlln h.i u,l
heir.e the husband ot -Mary riiMi. Hoover aim iui..i
' Alice Joyce and Grace Cunard, but. as
graph and public housekeepi
to the interchurch
pected. Judging from the number of j Teams of speakers have been defi
delegates from the various districts j nileiy selected for the Interchurch
whose nmm have been filed at head- world movement county conference
quarters In Salem. . j which opens at th Firxt Congrega-
The program follows: jttonal church in the city of Salem on
Friday Afternoon. j April 1H. The first meeting starts at
8:15 Devotional Exercises. Rev. V :J o'clock, and all sessions are opei
C, Kantnsr. ' 'to persons interested in church act-
t:4S Symposium. "Sunday S:hool Sue ivitles. .
cess" 1 'The Education of! Members of the team 'are as fol
Children." Miss Fisher. Miss lows: Dr. A. J. Sullens. Fortland:Prof
Eakln; (!) "The Education of: L. W. Kiley. Mc.Minnville: Rev. E. W.
Touth." Mr. Humbert: S "Thej Warrington. Roseburg; O. W, lavid-
Education of Adults." Mrs. j son. J'ortland; Mrs. O. C. Wright.
Richmond: (4) 'The 8tory of Portland. Prominent among thow
Haiel Ureen. April 8. An Easter,
egg hunt and a well appointed dinnerj
were features or the holiday festiv-j
Mies enjoyed Easter Sunday by thej
juniors and intermediates of the Ha-j
xel Green Sunday School, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dunnlgan. and
their leader, W. A Dunnigan The af-i
fair, which was one of the most
pleasant of Us kind ever given in
this vicinity, was well attended by,
members of the two classes. j
David McAlplne of Washington
state recently visited his nephew,1
Miss Louise Davis and Mr. George
Dunnigan spent last Sunday with the
former's grandmother, Mrs. E. Kirk-
Mt. Tabor." Mr. Shaw. persons who will have charge of th I patrlck. at Dallas.
1:55 Special Music; Announcements ' program are lr. Sullens and Mrs. Charles Mead of Portland visited
4:80 Three Classes (1) 'The Life of O. C. Wright. Dr. Sullens Is district his wife and baby at the Fox home.l
South," Mr. Humbert: (2) 'The superintendent of the Congregational , during the last week end. Mrs. Meaa
i extension society of Oregon and south' will remain with her mother for some
Id..h. Mrs. Wright is the Join: j time.
! An 8-lb. daughter arrived at the
home of one of the Japanese celery
! growers on Lake Labish Saturday
Adult Class," Mrs. Richmond
I3 i "The Sunday School Organ
teed for Service." Mr. Shaw. secretary director of the Women's
Friday Fienlng. American P.aplist Home nnd foreign
M Three Classes lt "BdocMlnsjmteslon society for the state of Qr-;" un. """
Ihe Child Through Expression." gon. For three years Mrs. Wright hia " 'W"rie nniimur remrneu
;.. !..., .. -r.nn.lik.n rtnrv nf the lt.intit women's home from Kings Valley. Saturday.
Youna Peoole." Mr. Humbert: city missionary union of Portland, rt-
131 "The Adult Teacher." Mrs. cetitly being one of the cabinet or '
Richmond; (4) The Business' three women who so successfully help
.i .. .. . n v' i
i 1 I ?
a matter of fact. Matt is the onrj
bachelor in the family. He is Miss
Glaum s screen husband in "Sahara.-
Farms Sell Rapidly,
Salem Firm Reports
"We find quite a demand for farm
tracts of from 40 to 8 acres indicating
a specialized and sturdy demand for
farm property in the Willamette Val
ley" states S. R. Pearson of the view
of Pearson and Peed, local real esta
ters. Last week a deal consummated In
the firm's offices in the Oregon block,
transferred to T. A. Rhinehart, 150 ac
res on the Battle Creek road. The tract
whfch is located near Salem, sold for
113.500 according to Mr. Pearson.
In another aquisition made recently
Mr. Rhinehart buys the Richter farm
ICiid of the Sunday School," Mr.
J:0'J Generil Assembly; Music; Cum
posite Address: Miss'Johnson,
Mrs. Richmond, Mr. Shaw,
-Three Classes (1) "Rewards
and Motive In Work With Chll
ed to put on the training conference
for women held by the interchurch
The county conference has three
main objectives: To present the sur
veys which reveal the needs of the
world In life and money; presentn
tion of the evangelistic and financial
i nine c r i inu;. c au ADA
WW. Hodkinton DatriMion . i
rtren," Miss Johnson;
"Vouiin People Activities,
Humbert; 13) "Making
Workers Conference Go,"
10;JO "Devotional Bible Study," Rev.
R. N. Avlson.
11:')0 Asosclatlon Business; Reports
nf Officers; Reports of Commit
tees; Election and Installation
1 2 :00 -Convention dinner.
1:011 Conference Concerning County
Work; District Oragnlxation;
fhe Children's Division; The
Young Peoples Division; Tne
Adult Division; The Administra
2:15 "Devotional Service," Rev. A.
8:43 Holt Cull of Schools ( Delegates
Miami.' fitrv l, umber present.
Average attendance since Janu
ary 1st, amount of pledge for
Sunday School asosclatlon work
(2)! campaigns, anil the rally of denoml
Mr. j national and community forces for
the the complete organization of the couu
"The county Interchurch confer
ence, to be held at Salem on April 11.
is lit reality a communlly affair,"
states Rev. R. L. Putnam, the county
convener who is In charge of the
meeting for this county, "It Is Rolnr
to be simply a get together meeting
of the protestnnt churches, at which
they will talk over their ' common
problems and common alms, Thy
will also examine the question of
making the church, as a whole, h
more vital medium In the various com
mutinies In this county."
Twelve exhibits. In addition to the
storeoptleon apparatus, will be car
ried by the team for display at th
conference and as an aid to bringing
out the results of the surveys ami
the problems before the people of the
county. A special man will nrcoin-
Alkali In Shampoos
Bad for Washing Hair.
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali, which is very
injurious, as it dries the scalp and
makes the hair brittle.
The best thing to use Is Mulsified co-
coanut oil shampoo, for this is pure
and entirely greaseless. It's very cheap
and beats anything else all to pieces.
You can get this at any drug store, and
a few ounces will last the whole family
for monthhs. .
Simply moisten the hair with water
and rub it in, about a teaspoonful Is all
that is required. It makes an abundan
ce of rich, creamy lather, cleanses
thoroughly, and rinses out easily. The
hair dries quickly and evenly, and is
soft, fresh lookins. brieht. fluffv wav.
Looney home Sunday. j Dwan has supervised for presentation i and easv to handle. Besides it loosens
A y-pounu ooy came to make his by J. Parker Read Jr.. Miss Glaum It I an il .,t 5rtii t t
Miss Hulda Stripling spent a part
Miss Grace Rape has gone to Salem
to work. ,
Rev. F. Fisher visited In Philo
math this week. j L ,
Prof. F. W Jones attended the I the Lib'rt' ,hea,er' is a sma" one ln
teachers meeting In Salem, Saturday.! nurnbe but lare ability' Pl,u,ai"
The "chicken" social Fridav even-' u' and reputation.
ing was well attended. I Lou'e Glaum Is the young actress
Ronald Montgomery of Qulnaby who farted her picture career as an
and Kenneth Barnett of Waeonda at-!lnBenue, and was suddenly developed
tended the Easter services, Sunday. I by Thomas H. Ince Into a vivid vam
Mr. and Mrs. McRae and son Lewis P're portrayer. She was the actress
of Stayton, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Minch with brains as well as personal charm
of Sulem and Miss Hulda Stripling and allure. In "Sahara," the man-el-were
dinner guests at the G. G. ous Hodklnson picture which Allan
abode with Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Dun-: not a temptress, but that weak-willed. dirt and dandruff.
l r a. s
Worn Out In Mind and Body
Your child is quick to observe disturbances in your mental attitude
physical condition. And when he asks: "What's the matter, Daddy''''
there's a tone of solemn anxiety in his little voice. The depression
stamped upon you reflects intensely upon him because of his profound sol,
itude. He at once drops his playthings and rushes to your side, bat hk
happy smile has disappeared and his buoyant spirits are gone replaced
by a countenance of worry and a bearing of hopelessness.
You owe it to the hsppitiM sad welfare oi roar family to kep trim ia body sad ken
intellect. You are the sua and th tnspirstioQ of their lives. Dark, threatening cloud Wwer
over their heads the instant yoa show Bisrne of being "out of sorts" or "under Um wsstss."
Don't imperil their f aturs by neglecting jrour health, mam sm .sap .e, ,ejfc
. The Great General Tonic
will bant3h that "tired feeKnr"uid dispel thatworec
look. It will renew your trefiicth and visor, iTniwm
the rarishiniT effects of overwork and worry, revive
piriU and increaee your bold om life. Beiot a refmb.
iotr appetizer, a valuable aid to dtgcetioo and a wertaj
promoter of the general health, because of it. positive ra
viuiitin? and reconstructive value, its use is especially
desirable in case of subnormal condition. If you suffer
from nervous exhaustion, muscular or mvittal fatifue.
or deficiency of vital force due to general woakneM or
wasting ilaiess, you'll And "LYKO" particularly baa.
rictal. It tones up the entire system and keep yusj
feeling At Atk your druggist for a bottl today.
Sole M an uacttarers
LYKO MEDICINE COMPANY
For Sale by all Druggists. Always in StocS at Ferry's Drug Stan
t.1 .! IS.
inm, ,, Vessttecss'
LYKO Is U In erlflnel s4cfcri ilr.
r... ii. rio.i.i.. ..f'imny me teams to care mr me inn
.-honl having the largest enroll j "r" and "tereoptic.n equipment
nient at convention In iropor- """
ii. . ....,i. I to begin with a statement
rteroKiiltlim of school paying In
I advance lnn;est per cupltal for
aMsiii liitlmi work for next year.
l.i j "The Tank of H.'UkIou IMuca
tlon." Ilev. William M. Case,
Return Of Bond
In Assault Case
Alliany, April . Arrnnji'nientM
(.re being made by Leon Hoggs and V.
M. Hyde of liarrlxhurg, who signed a
IJimio bond for the release froni Jul;
. of (leorge A. tUrley of It.'irrlHtiurv
to aerui-e their freedom from the bond
unit surrender Hurley In Ihe sheriff.
They were In Alhiiiy today to iii'tuir
urate stepx for thilt pmpoiie,
Afier his releme llarley returned
, to llurrlHhurg and iwople of th.it ciiy
.1ilned in an Indigniitlou meeting Sat
urday night. Hecaure of the strum;
pulillc sintiini'iit in IlarrlxhurK, Hi"
bondHiuen have reeowddered their ac
tion. Hulli y was bound over to the grand
Jury on statutory chart; e Involvlnr;
several young girls.
The -program of the conference l
of the In-
Uerchureh world movement and wor'J
condlllons today, and will Include the
following'. Presentation of the unite!
financial amp:iign; denominational
rallies and meetings of special groups
of state financial campaign directors:
presentation of the foreign survey
and world outlook and everyland; a
eoiupiwite departmental, address: an
explanation of the .home surveys and
the county surveys; an address on
the progress of evangelism ; an ex
planation of the county organization
by Ihe convener for the county; a wo-
mnns address on cooperation unit an
Only two ' camlidutes have filed In
' Clackamas county for repi-iwriiiullve
In the legislature. The county la en
titled to three representatives.
I), E. Fletcher of Independence hn
auiioiincd his cundldvy for the rcptih
ll.an uoinirtlloii as Joint representative
' front l'olk and Lincoln counties.
Girls! Buttermilk Creates
The first app'l
ration of How
Cream will aston
Ish you. It cre
ates beauty al
most like magic,
but t h e most
about It Is the
fact that whilst
It turns the dull
eei ami most uieiess complexion ;j
la.uuiu uenuiy una makes red or
I'ough arms snowy white, yet there Is
not the slightest sign of its use after
application. It actually vanishes frou
aight and the most heated atmosphere
will uot produce the leant slilnineiw
or greaslness of the skin.
It is absolutely bus-miens and will
neither produce or stimulate the
growth of hair. Within twenty four
hours this wonderful combination
called Howard's Iluttermilk Cream
'Mil II -
Army Moves The
Church of God"
(o.vemor Oleo'l has repealed his an
n'oinceinen J lult he would resign as
, ieeretary of state Immediately after will work a marvelous transformation
the May primary and appoint as his Manufactured at Huffalo, N. Y by
" iicceior the successful republican Howard ,'liros. Chemical Co, (Adv)
; candidal. -
The life Givingf
Wheat and Barley
are found in the
Ihe vital mineral salts so
much needed for repairing
daily wear and tear and for
building sound body
tissues , abound in this
food of fine flavor.
Every table should have its
daily ration of GrepeNuta
fade ty Poitum Crrf-d IXBaitie Crrt J0&.
Thirty divisions of that army
thirty denominations are
moving forward in a nation
wide cooperative campaign
THE army that stands still is really retreating. The '
Master's command was a forward commanbV'Go ve
into all the Work.."
Out of the war the churches emerged with a new sense '
of the urgency of that command.
, "We must move forward all along the line," they said,
and each denomination planned its own "Forward Move
ment' to deepen the spiritual life of its members and equio
itself with money and power.
Then came the greater thought, "It is not enough for us
, to go forward. We must be sure that there is no duplication
f effort; that cooperation prevails; that every man and dol
lar does its utmost in service.
i"We must go forward together."
So the Interchurch World Movement was formed -a
Clearing house through which thirty denominations with
out sacri&mg thir identity in any way-can cooperate
la the service of Jesus Christ.
FOR MORE than a year trained experts have been at
work making a scientific survey of the whole world, and
of America county by county.
'ftJfitJUrCheS,fr 6154 time h history- hve the
chuUheyd.n0,r were America is overchurched and where and.
fieS'to exay.how theX ca cooperate In the foreign missioa
Snl?KP !h-e krgest result international education? M
national health and international good-will. . - r?. "ttT:
.riU9i"eM i?" 0811 8tudy that 8urveV w"thout being impressed b
the accuracy and courage with whM, theSask has been SSZSil;
SS.Tr!1- the "urvey the cooperating denomination, wffl
ne ,n . simultaneous financial campaign in the weToTS 2
The amount. aeUt I i . .
men and women who lov
when you count the whole number of
loves and believes iVAmerira wm fnVrea.- v tf tK per80n
. few doliars, the SST
INTERCHURCH World Move
of Worth America '
Tb. publication of this oVrtemenf , mjlfc poWe fhe
. .. . -..-1
. war , toy
cooperation ot thirty denominaiion9