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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1922.
FOR CHILI ROADS
Pittsburgh. Pa. The largest
tingle consignment of electric ap
paratus tor railroad electrification
ever made in this country started
Irnm Pittsburgh recently when
tie Westinghouae Electric Inter
national company despatched the
"International Trade Special,"
its way to the coast.
; The special, made up of 33 cars,
carried equipment for the electrl
ticatlon of the state railroads
Chile. It was the second such
ihipment, the ffrst having been
jnade several weeks ago. A third
follow shortly. The' contract
with Chile involves $7,00,000 and
includes 39 locomotives. The
inaienment now on its way
South America is valued at $760
vrnm Pittsburgh the "special
joes to South Philadelphia, where
the material win oe loaaea on -a
Iteamer for transit to Valparaiso
w wav of the Panama canal.
The waters of the Kio Colorado
will be utilized in the generation
ot the power to be furnished to
the Chilean state railways, the ini
tial electrification of which will
include 144 miles of track. 116
piles from Valparaiso to Santiago
and 28 miles from Las Vegas to
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, . SALEM, OREGON
Brother-in-Law of Slain Pastor Questioned
Stayton, Or., Oct. 7. Stayton Is
to hare a new general merchan
iise store it has been announced
Peter Deidrich has purchased a
complete stock and will be ready
tor business about the middle of
the month in the building which
te owns, and where he formerly
conducted a hardware store.
The auction sale at the Marion
Hunt place Wednesday drew
large crowd. Approximately 130
autos were parked there. Mr.
Hunt and family are leaving Sat
urday for Pendleton, where he will
engage in business.
Lynn Neal and Miss Eva Mc
Clellau were united in marriage
Saturday at Salem. ' They are both
iraduates of Stayton high school
and have many friends here who
Miss Mary Lulay has gone to
Tlorence, Or., for an extended vis
it with her brother, Albert.
Mrs. Thomas Worley of Seattle
has been visits this week with her
lister, Mrs. Frank Silharry and
ler father, Uriah Whitney. .
Chris Nutting, who captured
several prizes at the -Stayton
roundup, took his horses to Dallas
this week where he hoped to win
more laurels at the roundup, put
n. In connection with the Polk
W. A Weddle this week pur
thased the Shelley property on
Marion street and will take pos
session as soon as the present oc
eupants find a place to move. Mr.
Weddle plans to build a new home
in the spring.
Mrs. Esther Stamp and daugh
ter, Mary, of Portland were visit
log at the G. L. Brown and Dr.
Brewer homes the first of the
8. P. Banks with his wife and
to boys have arrived in Stayton
from New Mexico and expect to
locate here. The boys have al
leady entered high school.
Charles Cartwright and wife,
bo lived in this community about
J5 years ago, were guests this
eek at the W. H. Humphreys
lome. Mrs. Cartwright Is a sister
t Mr. Humphreys.
Mrs. Rourk, who has been
Pending the summer with her
Irother, T. Smith was Dleasant-
W surprised by a number of
Wends on Mondav eveniner. Mrs.
Rourk has gone to Portland for a
tisit and from there she goes to
er home in Philadelphia, Pa.
Ihe work of nackine: fruit at
me Stayton cannery has come to
u end for this the first year and
" season is considered a very
successful one. There is yet a
treat deal of fruit on hand to be
labeled and prepared for shipping
o there will be work at the fac-
Wry for some time.
Clarence Hunt and family will
ove onto the farm just vacated
7 Marion Hunt.
The manv frienda nf Delbert
Bill, son of Mrs. Mary Hill, will
e interested in knowing that he
as disposed of his interests in the
tank at Sheridan and will move to
Mi'l City where he formerly re
sided and where he will be inter
red in the Mill City bank.
Jake Wourma Jr. and family,
who are moving to' Stayton from
"wir ranch will occupy rooms In
the Deidrich building.
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Henry Stevens, millionaire brother-in-law of Pastor Edward Wheeler
Hall, of the Church of St. John tho Diviaej-ln New Brunswick, N. J.
has been questioned by the authorities in connection with the mysterious
murder of Dr. Hall and Mrs. Eleanore Mills, his choir leader and wife
of the sexton of the church. Mr. Stevens, who was formerly a champion
rifle shot, gave a clear account of his whereabouts at the time of the
The first regular meeting of tht
Salem Ministerial association will
be held downstairs in the public
library , building next Monday
morning at 10:30 o'clock. This
Will be the permanent meeting
place of the body for the future.
Rev. B. E. Kirkpatrick will give
the devotional talk of ten minutes
and Professor D. W. Riddle ot
Kimball school' of theology will
read a paper on 'The Meaning of
At a meeting of the" association
last Monday In the Y. M. C. A. a
nermanent program committee
was elected. rms committee id
composed of President H. F. Pern-
berton. Secretary R. U Putnam
W. W. Long, C. Judy and Nathan
Swabb. It shall be the duty of
this committee to pass first upon
everything presented to the body
in the future. Anyone wishing to
come before the ministers must,
therefore, gain the permission pre
vious through this committee. It
shall also devolve upon them to
nreoare a worth while program lor
each meeting and give due notice
to each member in advance of the
meetinK date. The ministers leei
that this departure from previous
vears will be much better. It was
also decided to meet regularly the
second and fourth Monaays in-
tead of each week las heretofore,
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ST. PAUL'S CHURCH "The Lit
tie Church around the Corner.
Rev. H. Ihincan UnamDcrs, rector.
Holy Eucharist at 7:30 a. m. Church
school at 9:45. The school is growing
in attendance and interest and all
old students should be in their places
now that the public schools nave
resumed. Morning prayer with ser
mon by the rector at 11 a. m. All
are invited to St. Paul's and will
be cordially welcome.
CENTER STREET METHODIST
(GeTman) North 13th and Cen
ter streets. Geo. S. Boeder, minister.
Sunday school, 10 a. m. Teachers
for tooth German and English class
es. Preaching morning and evening
by Rev. A. Cramer of Rocklyn, Wn.
The Bpworth league devotional
meeting will be led by A. G. Carl,
the newly elected president. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening. A cor
SCANDINAVIAN M. E. ---loth
and Mill streets. David C. Hassol,
pastor. Sunday morning service at
11 o'clock, Sunday school at 12 o
dock, .Gnst Anderson, superintn-
dent. Evening service at eight o -clock.
Mid-week service Wednesday
evening 8 o'clock. The ladies aid
societv will meet Thursday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Gust An
derson. 242 South 19th street. You
are cordially invited to all of these
FIRST CO NOR EG A T I OX A L
Liberty and Center streets. W. C.
Kantner, minister. 10 a. m. Sunday
school with classes with good teach
ers for alleges. 11 a. m. A sermon
all members of the ehnrch should
hear. "The Report of a Committee
whose Appointment was Ordered by
God." 6:30 p. m. young people's
meeting for all persons with young
hearts. 7:30 p. m. 'Shakespeare's
Cordelia An Illustration of the
Fifth Commandment." Following
this address a series of pictures deal
ing with Shakespeare and his great
dramas. This service while carry
ing its spiritual message will be
of interest to all students of Shakes
pears. Meeting for prayer and the
study of the "Word of God," Thurs
day at 7:30 p. m. Subject: "Ex
amples of Christ." A eordial wel
come for all.
REFORMED CHURCH Corner
of Capital and Marion streets. Sun
day school, 10 a. m. Preaching ser
vice (English), 11 a. m. No even
ing service. M. Denny, pastor.
WEST SALEM METHODIST
EPISCOPAL Alexander Hawthorne
pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Matthew A. Goodspeed, superinten
dent. Epworth league devotional
meeting, 6:30 p. m. Preaching, 7:30
p. m. Weekly prayer meeting, Thurs
day evening, 7:30 p. m. '
CHURCH OF GOD 1346 North
Chtarch street. J. J. Gillispie, pas
tor. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preach
ing service, 11 a. m. Subject:, "Pass
ing from the Old Testament to the
New Testament." Luke 16:16.
Young peoples meeting, 6:45 p. m.
and preaching service, 7:30 p. m.
Regular weekly prayer meeting,
Wednesday evening 7:30.
CHRISTIAN AND MISSIONARY
ALLIANCE Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Caswell, 425 North Winter street,
leaders. Telephone 921J. Usual Sun
day services tomorrow afternoon at
632 south Commercial street. Sun
day school at 2 o'clock, followed by
preaching service at 3. Rev. E. G.
Eaton, an Independent Missionary
from India, who is now in this coun
try on furlough, will speak at 3. On
next Thursday afternoon, October
12 the usual Thursday meeting will
be held at 632 south Commercial
street, beginning at 2:30. All very
cordially welcome to these meetings,
grading and instruction are used
by the large body of teachers. Big
plans are under way for a great
rally on Sunday the 15th. Begin
your attendance with, today. The
pastor will speak morning and even
ing on the following topics: What
the Church Should Do." and "Who
Is a Christian f" Good music and
helpful services. The young people
both intermediate and senior, meet
at 6:30 for a social and religious
NAZARENE Ninteenth and Mar
ion streets. One block off Center on
Nineteenth. .Chemeketa car.. Services
as follows: Sunday - school at 9:45
W. B. Hardy, superintendent. Preach
ing at 11 and 8. Subject for morn
ing will be "Heaven and in the
evening "Hell." Young peoples meet
ing at 6:30 instead of 7 and the Teg
ular prayer meeting in . the base
ment will be at 7 instead of- 7:30.
Special singing at these services, led
by Miss Pinnel. Regular midweek
prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. You are
invited , and welcome to all these
meetings. A. Wells, pastor, Florence
UNITARIAN Cottage and Che
moketa streets. Rev. Martin Fere
shetian, minister. Church school at
10 a. m. Graded instruction. Class
for adults in the Psychology of
Religion. Mr. Fereshetian conducts
this class in person. Devotional ser
vices at 11 a .m. Subject of the
sermon: "Islam, the Power of Tur
key." What is the power of Turkey
which was penniless and defeated!
How is it that the Allied Powers
hnve given back to the Turks Thrace
which by treaty had been turned
over to the Greeks 1 Is this the be
ginning of a Pan-Islamic Civiliza
tion? Is Christianity passing awayf
What do you think about itf Are
you like many who do not care as
long as they are comfortable for
the present f Come let us reason, wor
ship and serve together. Mrs. Fere
shetian will sing. Mrs. W. A. Den
ton at the organ.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN 9:45 a.
m. Sunday school. Classes 'for all
ages. 11 o'clock preaching service.
Sermon by tho pastor, Rev. Ward
Willis Long, on the theme "As
Thou Wilt." 6:30 p. m. Junior, in
termediate and advance intermed
iate and senior Christian Endeavor
societies. 7:30 p. m. popular gospel
service. Special music, good old
fashioned congregational singing,
and sermon by the pastor on the
theme "Harvest Time." A cordial
invitation extended to all. The eve
ning service closes promptly at 8:30
FIEST UNITED EVANGELICAL
-North Cottage street, near Center.
The usual Sunday school at 10 o
clock, Miss Pauline Remington, sup
erintendent." Rev. M. J. Ballantyne
of Dallas will preach at 11. No
evening service. All are welcome.
CHRISTVAN - SCIENCE, First
Church 440 Chemeketa street, Sun
day morning service at 11 a. m.
Subject of lesson sermon: 'Are
Sin, Disease and Death Realf" Sun
day school at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday
evening testimonial meeting at 8
o'clock. Reading room 209 Masonic
Temple, open every day except hol
idays and Sundays from 11.15 to
5:30 p. m. All are cordially invit
ed to our services and to our read
INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STU
DENTS ASSOCIATION Meet
every Sunday in Derby hall, corner
Court and High streets, upstairs for
Bible study. Hours from 10 to 12.
All interested in Bible study welcome.
CATHOLIC Rev. 3. R. Buck,
pastor. Sunday, low mass at 8, high
mass with sermon by pastor, "'Can
a Priest Forgive Sins," at 10 o'clock
Benediction follows last mass. Every
FIRST CHRISTIAN Center and
High streets, J. J. Evans,miiiister.
The school at 9:45 on Sundays is
proving itself worthy of the interest
of everybody. Modern methods of
FIRST UNITED BRETHREN
12th and Mission streets. C. S. John
son, pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m.
O. B. Bowman, superintendent
Preaching services at 11 Subject:
"Glorifying God" Junior O E.; at
6 p. m. Mrs. Burns, superintendent.
Senior C. E. at 7 p.m. Hilda Ber-
key, president. Preaching at 8 p.
m. Subject: "An Enemy of God."
Prayer meeting at 7:30 Wednesday
evening. Everybody welcome.
PENTECOSTAL MISSION We
are. glad to report that the Lord
has wonderfully blessed us in our
souls since we opened up our mis
sion here in this city and we are
continuing to grow in grace and the
knowledge of our Lord and Savior,
Jesus Christ. We have changed from
three to two -preaching services on
Sunday, see schedule of services be
low. Bring your sick we pray for
them God heals, ervices, Sunday:
Sunday school at 1:30 p. m. preach
ing at 3 and 8 p. m. Week days,
Bible study, Tuesday evening at 8
praise and pray service, Thursday
evening at 8, Evangelistic service
Saturday evening at 8. Healing
rooms open Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday afternoons from 2 to 5 p.
m. In our Bible study class on
Tuesday evenings we are taking up
the prophecies of Daniel the Pro
phet. This study is of special in
terest because of it being the foun
dation of these prophecies which ap
ply to the present time in which we
live and lead up to these events in
prophecy which the being fulfilled
before our eyes. If you are sick
and not able to come to us, will let
us know, we will be glad to go and
pray fo ryou for your healing. Sup
ported by -free will offerings. All
are welcome. Pentecostal Mission,
322 State street, upstairs in the
LUTHERAN East State and
Eighteenth streets, Geo. EToehler,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
The congregation observes its an
nual mission festival. Preaching
service at 10:30 a. m. which is held
in the German language and at 2
p. m. in English. Rev. W. Schoeler,
of Aurora, Ore., will preach the ser
mons. Bible school every Saturday
from 9 to 12 a. m. and catechetical
instruction for the catechumens at
1 p. m. Everybody is welemoe.
JASON LEE MEMORIAL M. E.
CHURCH Corner N. Winter and
Jefferson streets. Take the North
Commercial Street ear to Jefferson
street. Thomas Aehesbn, pastor. Earl
Officer in charge of the Junior
church. Services of uplift and inspi
ration will be held at this church
on the coming Lord's day. We gladly
invite the public, with a special
word to the stranger, to come and
share with us 'in all the activities
of the day. Sunday school will con
vene at 9:45 a. m. with classes for
all and teachers that are in earnest
about their work. Two services of
worship at 11 a. m. The Rev. Offi
cer will preach to young people in
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Win. Bell Sheldon Sackett
the Junior church room. The pastor
will conduct - the service in the
church Auditorium. The foundation
of Christian faith will be tha theme
of the hour. The Epworth League
will meet for its devotional meet
ing at 6:30 p. m. The young folks
are having great meetings. Prior
to this service there will be a half
hour for getting acquainted. Big
evangelistic service and sing at 7:30
p. m. ' with sermon by the pastor.
Orchestra music for the Sunday
school and league. Special music by
the choir for church services. Come
and bring your friends with you.
Corner 19th. and Ferry streets.
Clayton Judy, minister. Sunday
school and church combined service
at 10 a. m. Mrs'. B. E. Edwards,
superintendent. Lessons adopted to
all ages and good teachers. Be sure
and be on ,time and enjoy the en
tire program. Christian Endeavor
meeting at 6:30. Vera McCune,
president. The attendance is growing
and the interest deepening. Even
ing service of song and worship
with sermon at 7:30. Subject: "The
Christian Solution of tho Race Prob
lem." ' The missionary educational
movement of the U. S. and Canada
have recommended the Race Prob
lem as the theme for their study
course this year. It is a live ques
tion. The men s brotherhood will
hold their first meeting on Monday
evening, October 9th. The men will
gather around the , tables . and eat
together at 6 o'clock. Following the
meal the annual election will be
held and the year's program intro
duced by Mt. J. B. Giesy who will
bring us one of .his practical straight
from the shoulder messages. The mid
week Service on Thursday evening
will meet at 7:30. A half hour will
be devoted to the study of the per-
sanal examples of Christ and a
half hour to the answering of ques
tions from the question box. Ysu
are always welcome at our services.
HIGHLAND FRIENDS High-
Ave. and N. Church street. I. G.
and Ida J. Le.e, ministers. Bible
school at 10 a. m. A M. Clifton
Ross, superintendent. We have a
good school with classs for all ages
Morning worship and preaching at
11. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p.
m. Preaching service at 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7:30
p. m. Our services are times of
special blessing. The publie is cor
dially invited to worship with us.
FIRST METHODIST Comer
State and Church streets. Blaine E.
Kirkpatrick, minister. Class meet
ing at 9:15 a. m. Geo. P. Litchfield,
leader,. Sunday school, 9:45 o'clock.
Sheldon Sackett, superintendent.
Rally day at last! This is the time
for the recruiting of the Sunday
school to full force again, and the
renewal of regular habits of attend-
ence. A great year of work ahead.
Come yourself. . and invite your
friends.v.The . program of religious
training offered by the Sunday
school is worthy of the attention
of every citizen, adults as well as
children. Begin today. Morning wor
ship, 11 o'clock. There will be spe
cial music under the direction of
Prof. E. W. Hobson. You will not
hear better music anywhere than
this sermon by the pastor. The an
nual every member canvass for the
local budget of the church is to be
made this afternoon. The teams will
meet at the church at 2 o'clock
promptly, and tln will go out to
visit the membership of the church:
It is expected that the entire budget
of the year will be provided for in
this effort. Class in evangelism at
the parsonage at 5 p. m. Social hour
at the church at 5:30, devotional
meetings at 6:30. Evening service
7:30 p. m. Song service and sermon
by the pastor. Bishop Stuntz ban
quet on Monday evening, 6 o clock.
SALVATION ARMY Special
harvest services will be held in the
hall on State street from October
7th to 9th. Saturday evening, 8 p.
m. topic: "Things to be Thankful
For." Sunday morning, : 11 a. m.,
topic: Tlowing and Sowing. Sun
day evening, 8 p. m., "Reaping."
Monday evening, 8 p. m. great in
ternational service representing Sal
vation Army work in sixteen coun
tries. The sale of fruit and vege
tables will be at the close of this
service. Captain and Mrs. James
Watson, officers in charge.
COURT STREET CHRISTIAN
Corner North 17th and Court streets
The fair is over and school is open,
so you are going back to the Bible
school promptly at 9:45, are you
notf Sure come on. Promotion Day
exercises next Lord's day. Come
hear all about it. E. J. Huston, rep
resentative of the Anti-Salooon lea
gue, will speak at 11 a. m. Hear
his message "Saving a Nation," An
offering will be taken at close of
address. Intermediate O. E. 5:30 p.
m. Senior 6:30. Evangelistic service
7:30. Dr. H. C. Epley will lead song
service. All who sing be sure and
be there. Sermon: "The N. T.
Church." Another splendid sermon
of the series now being given by
the pastor. Tuesday evening 7:30
organization of chorus for fall
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This is the first authentic photograph of Mrs. Edward Wheeler Hall,
wife of the pastor of the Church of-St. John the Divine, at New Bruns
wick, N. J., who was slain, with Mrs. Eleanore Mills, in a desolat spot
near the town. Mrs. Mills, leader of the church choir and wife of the
sexton of the church, is believed to have been planning to elope to the
Orient with the proacher. , She tad long been a close friend of both Dr.
Hall and his wife, despite the fact that her husband was poor, while
Mrs. Hall is worth more than $1,500,000.
meeting by Dr. Epley. All those . Pear picking Jind shipping will
who intend to sing during meeting continue in Medford and vicinity
are requested to be present. -Thurs- for a month longer. So far 1033
day 7:1? p. m. lecture on personal cars have been shipped from here
evangelism. Not meeting is called to the eastern markets. :
early on account or Christian En- ' "
deavor rally at Presbyterian church. I M
Be sure and come. Welcome for all - , ... t.i,
to any service. R. L. Putnam, pas- - ? '
tor- with all machinery and equipment
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