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THE CAPITAY JOURNAL
New Log Supply
KinST CHURCH OF CHRIST, "l-cacc
wirvTurr Siimtiv nervlce In held ilt the
UVIWllllL't ' -
at 440 Chemeketa street at 11 a. ni.
ubject ISible lesson "Mortal and Ii
of tied" nil nn offertory nolo! down yesterday, having
morning service. Everybody l,,,,,,,, luga n hand an
Silvcrton. Or May li. -The SUvcr
1 tun Lumber company's mill clwcj
and Vill uot're-
sume work until neir logs can le re-
ot-i-fvi-n it n.vrvTNT v icelved from their new oirutions at
mortals." Sunday school t : a. m. and avenus Toraorrow eve. 1 Mehania. Just how Ions this will be is
Wednesday evening testimonial 1 .., Kvuneelist A It Bell nus- UH known, and It is said impossible to
I o'clock. Heading room 2Jf,nr hl, A ,.. inn .!. The determine at this time. - The logins
-m ,n,i h- hnnr nn-! road at Mehania. it is said, is not cn-
Iwerine some vcrv interestims oues- tircly completed and it may be six 01
It ions that have been handed In. If
Masonic Temple, open every day ex
cept Sunday and holidays, from ll:4-
to C p. m. All an! cordially invited to
our services and to our reading room.
LUTHERAN St. John's Kv. Luth
eran church, 16th and A streets. 1L
AV. Gross, pastor. Sunday morning
19:30 a. m., Sunday school 9:30 a. ni.
I. B. S. A. Will hold their Wble
study in Moose hall upstairs, first door
to right, hours 10-12 a. m. All are
COURT STRh'ET CHRISTIAN
Corner N. Seventeenth and Court
streets. This is "Mothers day". , It is
here. And you ure going to be in the
lilble school are you not? Iion't for.
get to bring your mother or soma
body's mother with you. Wear a white
flower if your mother is dead and a
red one if she is living. There wi'l
be a special program rendered by tho
school. Recitations, duets, solos, etc.
ow for !50 attendance. The special
program will be followed by a ser
mon by the pastor on "Mothers d;iy."
Junior and Intermediate Kndeavor
6:30 p. ni. Young peoples Christian
endeavor 7 p. in. Soiik service mid
B ... TV.tn "'HI hn Din lnvt
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Ih uai'Ii.u on Hie Second I '" .,,...., n
ei?, ui which rnu. un usoen nnu
! a di'leKation of McMlnnville students
who attended the convention lit Den
Moines, la., will take charge. The oli
you want to see something funny and M , . ' '"' mimumic
have a good laugh Just come. A very "f" o"Hhnnt work among our yoiin
.,.! n,ln..-l,. will he ehMrt-ed at tho l'00!''0. This delation Will have
.i..- -n,- i.ii,i .i,..i tw,iv chnrgo of the regular services of the
evening Is evoking quite mi Intercut
in the theme of the "Holy Spirit."
you have a question in your mind nn
the Sabbath the immortality ot the
soul, the state of the dead, the gos
pel of Jesus, the grace of God. the
second coming of Christ, Justifica
tion by faith, etc.. come and have It
answered. You will miss a treat i
you miss this quit meeting.
LUTHERAN East State and Eigh
teenth streets. George Koehler, pas
tor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preach
ing Rervlce at 10:30 a. m. Visitors are
welcome. There will be no evening
Corner South 19th and Ferry streets.
II. C. Stover, minister. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. in charge of Mrs. R. K. Ed
wards. Dr. Cammaek-wll) address the
Sunday school at 11a. m SiibVct.
Africa Christian endeavor at 7:13 p.
m. Evening service at 8 p. m.
FIRST IUPTIST- Regular services
of tho church nt 11 o'clock. Sunday
school at 10:45; Ii. Y. p. U. at j-?ven
o'clock. At 2:30 there will be a meet
Coming of our Ird. Next Friday 1
p. in. the Loyal Sons and Daughter
will give an entertainment. The ninlii
feature will be an original playlet. If
You are Invited to these services.
.. l'uln.'ini, p:tstor.
SOUTH SALEM I'KlKNliS Coi
' lier of 8. Commercial and Washington
JI. E. I'cmborton, pastor. Church lil
ble school at 10 a. in. Willi the usual
classes, Cm-1 Miller, Supt. Meeting for
worship at 11 a. in. with singing anil
preaching. Theme, "Saul of Tarsus. '
The young people will meet at 7 i.
in. In C. E. room. Evening worship at
s. All are welcome. Thursday 8 i. m.
prayer meeting, study Mil Acts. Mrs.
J' A. Elliott, lender.
FIRST CON( IREtlATlONAL Lib
erty and Center iitreets, W. C. Kant
ner, minister. 10 a. in. Sunday school
with classes for all, W. 1. Staley, su
perintendent. 11 ii. m. "Christianity as
a social force." 7 p. in. Christ inn en
ilenvur. MIfh Ni 11 Kike, lead,!. S p.
n. "Ari you registered ?" Picture.
EVANGELICAL Clieincltetu. street
V. W. Limner, pastor. Sunday school
n t 11 n. in. uniV r the IcHdirxhlp of
.1.' Llppolil. Sermon 11 a. in., subject
"Wilt thou be miido whole." V, P. A.
VIM be led by William Scholl Sermon
ut J:45 p. m. W, M. S. Tuesday eve
ning nt the church, Mrs. V. W. Lau
ner Will give report of big convention
held at Seattle Inst month. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening. Sermon ut
Erultland nt 3 p. m.
SCA NI.H NA VIA N Al ETilOl )1 ST 1 Rt H
lind Mill streets. Service at 11 o'clock
Rev. C. II. Hassel will preach. Sun
slay school nt 12. Gust Anderson, ml
LESLIE METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Corner South Commercial and Mey
ers streets, Horace N. Aldrlch, pastor.'
n:45 a, m. Sunday school, with class
es for nil ages and grades. K. A. Kho
ten suirintemlent. Prlniiiry depart
ment meets In Leslie hall, under the
direction of Miss Sue Williams. 11 n.
n, public, worship, with sermon liv
the pnstor. Theme, "What is faith'.'"
Devotional meeting of the Epworli
league at 7 p. lit. kd by Ed Norene.
p. in. the pupils of the state school
for thu blind will lend In a song serv
ice, find will sing several special mini
hers. The senium will lie delivered b,
at the statu lux! Iiul Ions Sunday will
be held as follows: 2:30 p. m. Chenri
va Indian school, by li, L. Putnam:
3 p. in. girls training school, by T. rt.
EUEE METHODIST Market street
church. S. S, 10 a. m. upstairs. Love
feast II n. in. Preaching nt 11, llishup
Warner will bring the message, the
church will be dedicated lit this time.
Children's program ut 3 p. m. For
eign mission service, !r. A. L. Gren.
nell, returned missionary from Chlni,
will bring the message. Itlshop War
ner will bring message nt p. m. sunn
service will begin at 7 p. m. Home
missions will be represented Satur
ilny 7:3tf p. in. W. .1. Johnston, pastor
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
corner Slate and Church streets, Dr.
Richard N. Avlson. minister, 8: la old
time class meeting, room 4 downstairs
W, L, cumtiiings leader. 9:t,' Sunday
school. Prof, All. ileus Gillette .'Up!,
ltobbln Fisher nssistlng. 11 n. m. to
the absence of the pastor Pro. Ch is.
T. Itowen will preach both murniiig
and evening; morning theme, ' i'hrl .1
the pioneer." 3 p. m. prof. E. K. lier
man will spenk nt the Old Peoples
home, coiner UMh mid Perry street.-.'.
7 p. in, Ep worth league minlvcrsiry.
Hubert Wilkin, leader. Interim ,!
league in Epworth hall: Junior p .
glie up (talis, f p. m. mote change of
timet sermon. Thursday 8 p. :n. ,.u !
week prayer nud praise service. :
4 p. m. the annual Vesper seiv'-e
of Willamette university. Dr. E. :; '
Gilbert speaker. Music by the Gl t
club and varsity quartet. Ever.ihodyl
Invited. This takes the plicc of th"
usual evening service.
church at S o'clock.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Thomas
S. Anderson, minister. Joseph li. Al
bert, school superintendent. All serv
ices nt the regular hours. The pastor
will preach nt the morning service on
"How to mind your, own business."
In the evening tho theme will be ."Our
Father which art In Heaven." A Wel
come for everybody.
NAZARENE Nineteenth and M.i-
rlon streets. Services ng follows: Sun
day school at 0:45, W. 15. Hardy, su
perintendent. Preaching at 11 ami at
8 in the evening. Young people's Hible
study ut 7 o'clock in the evening. Mid
week prayer meeting at 8 o'clock
Wednesday evening but nt this time
the meeting will be evangelistic. There
will bo a series of evangelistic meet
ings begin Sunday night und continue
thru the week anil perhaps longer. We
invite the public to these meetings
to hear the old gospel story of salva
tion from sin. Coine.nml help us push
the battle for holiness. A. Wells, pas
tor; Florence Wells deaconess. "
GOOD SAMAP.ITAN MISSION
Meeting ut W. C. T. V. hull Sunday
a p. in. Headquarters at Mrs. Huck
bee's home, Kit! oN'rth Front street.
I ATIIOLTC Communion mass at
7:30. high muss and sermon by the
pastor, "Ignorance the cause of Oalho
lie persecution, " nt 10:30. Benediction
nnd sermon by Rev. Father Derouln
nt 7:30 p. m. Moving picture nt the
hall on Friday evening, May 21st, for
altar and choir boys benefit.
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One oWrvtint' person, whose ous
iness other thnn politics has, taken
him over the entire country, reports
Hint there Is no question of Oscar
Sleclhaniiiier being chosen county as
sessor. His superior qualifications nnd
past experience in the office ure rec
ognised everywhere as well as his
square dealing and personality.
Mr. Steelhnmmer Is well fitted to
fill the duties of Hits office, which un
der his ndmliiUlratlon will have -jlt-ublc
assessments nnd playing no fav
orites for political gain.
At present Mr, Sleelhammer is the
efficient secretary of the Salem p.us
Iness Men's club. He comes from an
old nnd most highly esteemed pioneer
family of Silvcrton.
CAMIWHiXIXG MA HPS
III n drive over this section of the
comity 1: st Saturday and Sunday the
writer found that Osenr Steelhammer,
rne.lt, 1 ii for the office of assessor
on the republican ticket, has a lot of
friends among the farmers, who- are
going to see that he gets the hig end
of the votes for that office at thc prl-mnriea.
K . . , -, ' . Oscar has had a number of years
Chcnieket mmlChureh'a, ,.i,lef .1 i i .
TVfY"-.? ":"- "".".hi, familiar with he
1).. rector. Services for the Sunday nf-iwork nnd I. fn . . ....
eight weeks before the mill is again
Etarted. In the meantime the mill
will be overhauled and the log pond
cleaned out and allowed to dry up.
It had been reported that the com
pany would move the mill toMchama
this season, but this is denied. For
tome time past the Silver Falls Tim
ber company baa furnished logs for
the Silvcrton Lumber company mill,
hauling from the camps over their
road. The contract expired tome time
ago and it is understood that It could
not be renewed at the same rate. In
view of this fact the Silvcrton Lum
ber company has built a road from
their timber nnd will connect with the
Southern Pacific branch at Lyons.
The logs will be haul over the Corval
lis & Eastern branch to Shclburn, the
Junction and from that station to Si!
verton over the Woodburn-Alban
Mark A. Paulson, who has been
touching school ut Hubbard for sev
eral months, returned yesterday. He
will go to California next week to
spend a few daps and will then go o
Minnesota where be expects to speml
Mn:. Earl Dedricl: Is expected here
In a few days from Sun Francisco, and
will spend some little time at the home
of her parents, Mr", nnd Mrs. E. L.
democratic national convention to be
held here beginning June 28.
One compiny alone, the Western
Union Telegraph company, has an
nounced that it is completing at a
cost of 509,0e0 improvements in its
phuit that will take care of 1.000,000
words daily in addition to its regular
business. Tho Postal Telegragh Cable
company is also incrasieng its facili
ties and news agencies and associa
tions are getting ready to move quick
ly an augmented "load' 'they will car
ry over wins leased from telephone
The company will have installed I
here at the time of the convention 13,
miles of pneumatic tubes to carry
messages directly into its mam operat
ing room where an intricate system of
licit conveyers make it possible to get
each message sent wtihin one minute.
With its new improvements, the
plant here, tbe Western Union an
nounced, will be the most modern in
the world and the third largest in the
university, will present a dramatic im
personation of Charles Rann Kenne
dy's nlav''The Terrible Meek." The'
program will be the fourth number ot ,
the Willamette lyceum course, which j
is being given under the auspices of j
th-fublie speaking department.
The-Salcm public will recall the pro
gram which Mr. Rahskopf gave last
spring. The characters which he pre
sented then, especially the immortal
"Mr. Pickwick" of Dickens and Riley's
"loc Sifers," made a lastins impres
sion on nil who heard them. The large
and appreciative audience and the ani
mation of his work made that appear
ance an unquestioned success.
last night in an address in Chicago Slates had h.
that America's position in the world test of war i " 1 1
today Is "quite the reverse of isola- i Doctrine ietttt; ' J I
tion" and pointed out That the United the league 0fWtB5r tSq" ill
Prepare For Big
San Francisco. Telegraph compan
ies operating from San Francisco are
preparing tu handle vitrually an un
limited amount of press reports on the
Salem Druggist For
J. C PERRY
J. C. Perry has been in the
Drug Business in Salem for 16
years and has lived in Marion
County for 30 years. Has not
been a candidate for office pre
vious to this time. Has no ex
travagant promises to make,
but .stands firmly for the best
interests of the taxpayers of the
County and State. Paid Adv.
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S. A. Hushes
ST PAUL S-
ter ascension: 7:30 n. in. holy com
muninn; 8:45 a. m. chmxh school;
II a. m. morning prater and sermon
"Ascension the exiilinli.rfi of bil u.ill
iiy;" 7:30 p. m. evening prayer nnd
rw,i.. (rn,-llll(;s Ot WOCI'M- In Xt
die the office.
He Is making a clean campaign and
that is one of the things the voters
like about him. It is pretty safe to hot
lhat Oscar Steelhaimner will he the
assessor of Marion county.
Candidate for representative for
.Marion couniy, lias lalthlully reire
sented Marion county during the leg
islative sessions of 1909, 1913 and
1519. and has always endeavored to
be fair and Impartial In nil things,
has always opposed grnft in every
form, opposed freak and unnecessary
legislation. He is not opposed to ed
ucation nnd absent soldier'vollna as
unjustly stated by the Oregon Voter
and copied by the Cahal Journal.
He is the first legislator to obtain
substantial returns to tho anglers of
Marlon county for their license (ee.
Has enured sufficient funds to erect
a firsts class, fish hatchery on Stout
creek near Mehania. which will en
able them to keep the streams well
stocked wUh ehoic trout. It is .ilsj
of great Importance to tho people of
Yew Par!:, Oak Lodge and the ar
east and south uf Ihe outhern lacifir
depot, which overflows nearly every
winter, to have Mr. Hughes returned
to the legislature, us he Is chairman
Of a legislative rommlttee appointed
to devise ways nnd means to drain
and control the water In the flooded
district. If you want a man of exper
ience to represent you. who has the1
courage to do his duty, and who Is
always on the job, vote for
it X S. A. Hughes
' (paid adv.)
On Tuesday evening, May IS, at 8
p. m. in the First M. E. church, Horace
G. Rahskopf, assistant in the public
speaking department of Willamette
.Man So Years In Infirmary.
S;ukane, Wash. In the count v :n
flrmary at Spangle, near here, John
Cannon, 62 years old, recently cele
brated by Catholic clergy, and Cannon
trance into the institution.
A number of visitors from this city.
Including members of the board of
county commissioners, were present nt
the affair, which was held on Can
non's birthday. Low mass was cele
brated by Catholic clery, and Canon
received communion. A luncheon fol
lowed, and Cannon received a number
of gifts, include a pure of $25.
"I'm the happiest man in gpokune
county," Cannon declared.
DO YOU KNOW
That in five years the value of Clothing h'
135 per cent ; ffiCs
That in the same period, the value of Hous :;
nishings Goods has advanced 1 10 per cent ')
That the price of Building Material has gone n '
That if you have not increased your FIRE B
ANCE in the past five years, you are now unfa ! '
and . . :v
That we write Fire Insurance at PRE-WAR i
Think It Over
THE W. A. LISTON AGENQ
484 Court Street
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Secretary of State Colby - t-m in'., !
A OoiKssttflOBii Swidl
Ir Tc WILL f --r-T
A lot of interesting Questions that have been sent J
will be answered.
Have you a Question in your mind on the Sabbath,l
immortality of the Soul, the state of the dead, the
of Jesus, the grace of God, the coming of the Lord, juJ,
cation by Faith, etc.? Come and have it -answered by
EVANGELIST A. R. BELL
S. D. A. CHURCH, North Fifth and Gaines Avenue. Tomorrow Evening,!'
You will miss a treat if you miss this Quiz Meeting.
COME! Take North Commercial Car COME
Japan In Grip Of
- Vnnoouvw, It. C. .laimn Is facinr
an acute shortage of newsprint and a
reign of high prt-es In that commod
ity, according to M. Unagakl and M.
kniarna, who arrived here recent.
ly and will make a tour of the I'nueu
States nnd Canada in the interests of
several Japanese newspapers.
lamin Is faeinr! Japanese papers, tnoy said,, have
oniy tiiiuiii supplies or newsprint on
hand and are having considerable dif
ficulty in securing enough to take care
of their needs in the immediate future.
Our stock of all kinds of furniture is the most com
plete in Salem. We are especially well prepared to show
you the best line in Davenports. Our prices are always the
Lowest, and it is'not necessary to tear down prices to make
sales. The pubHc will realize this and feel confident that
the goods and prices are right. 'Hence sales at our store
is an uncommon 'thing You get better values. You get
less discount and you do not pay so much. That is the es
sential point in buying goods.
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; 340 Court Street
For Low Prices
Selling for Cash with no Exceptions, no Approval
ating the expense of accountants, extra stationery - ,
and occasionally bad accounts, will mean a goodly y
our customers, and always remember that your mon.
be refunded cheerfully, where purchases are not w j
Exquisite Underlings J
A delight to all feminine hearts are the wonfi -dainty
and frilly garments we have to offer. J""
and lovely quality of the materials are just what y ,
Dainty Gowns !
$1.39. $1.98. $2.48, to $7.50 , . .
Lovely gowns of nainsook are daintily my' Jts!'
trimmed with frilly lace. They are amply cut and in j
98c,- $1.48, $1.98 to $6.95 j,.
The price of these combinations is surpris m.
when you consider how attractively fashioned
They are the best in dainty underlings.
. Envelope Chemise
98c, $1.48, S1.9S to $6.50
Many of these are fashioned with the narro
straps that are so desirable for wearing under siw
All are well made and as attractive as can be.
145 Liberty Street
wtu aeiiuisoii tvm sing i jounods S
lyton Mall. (paltt adv.)
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