Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, March 28, 1914, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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ITazarene Church.
Gnat Missionary rally all day Thurs
day and Friday; first service, 10 a. m.
Thursday. Evangelistic services at
night. Hear liev. K. L. Wisler of Ash
land, Or., preach Thursilny night. Uev.
C Howard Davis of Portland, Friday
flight. There will bo delegates from
all over the state of Oregon. Eiitliu-
xtie and spiritual missionary papers
read; lively discussions; this is the first
rally hold in the local church. Come
and get acquainted with our people and
ba enthused along missionary lines,
lingular services on Sunday; Sabbath
-school, 10 a. m., Ous Wachsinith, super
intendent; preaching services, Ha. m.
-and 7:30 p. m. Young people's meet
ing, 6:30 p. m.; prayer mooting, Wed
nesday night, 7:30; reception of mem
bers Sunday morning. J. W. Little,
Swedish Tabernacle M. E. Church.
Corner South Fifteenth and Mill
street, Rev. John Ovall, pastor; ser
vices at 3 p. m. and 8 p. in.; topics;
"'The way to Salvation," and "Co
Workors With God." Good songs and
music. All aro inoHt cordially invited
to attend.
Tree Methodist.
North Winter and Market streets,
James F. Lewis, pastor; quartcTy meet
ing services over Sunday, liov. N.
. Welter of Wooburn filling tho place of
the district older, will preach Saturday
7:30 p. in.; official board 9 p, m.; Sab
bath school, 0:30 o. m.j lovefeast, 10:30
. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.
m.; revival service commence, Tuesday
evening, March 31, at 7:30 p. m. Evan
"California Syrup of Tigs" Best for
Tender Stomach, Liver Bowels
Taste Delicious.
Look back at your childhood days.
Eemembor the 'dose" mother insisted
o castor oil, calomel, cathartics. How
you bated them, how you fought against
taking them.
With our children it's different.
Mothers who cling to the old form of
physic simply don't realize what they
do. The children ' revolt is well-founded.
Their tender little "insldoi" are
injured by them.
If your child's stomach, liver and
bowels need cleansing, (rive only deli
cious "California Syrup of Figs." Its
action is positive, but gentle. Million!
of mothers keep this harmless "fruit
laxative " handy; they know children
love to take It; that it never fails to
clean the liver and bowels and sweeten
tho stomach, and that a teaspoonful giv
en today- saves a sick child tomorrow.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot
tle of "California Syrup of Figs,"
which has full directions for babiee,
children of all agos and for grown-ups
plainly on each bottle. Beware of coun
terfeit told hero. Seo that it is made
by "California Fig Syrup Company."
ltofue-e any other kind with contempt.
When You Want
A dre, or suit of clothe, you usually coruult your pocket
bookj make up your mind at to the quality of good you wiah
to buy, and where you will goto make the purchase. In part
ing with the "hard earned" dollar, the iame rule appliea and
the ame interet manifest, no matter what the purchase
may be. In the (election of your
Go To
The Parker Studio
gelist Dewey of I'oitland, assisting the
pastor, services will continue over the
I-'th of April. Vi extend a cordial
invitation to all.
Reformed (German). '
Comer Cgipitnl and Marion streets,
IV. G. Lienkaemper, pastor; Sunday
K'hool at 10 a. in. j Morning worship at
II, subject: "Trial ot Jesus Before tho
Hanlibdriii." Kvening services in Eng
lish at 7:30; subject. "The Fifth Com
mandment." South Salem Friends.
Corner South Commercial and Wash
ington streets; Clwrles R. Scott, pastor;
Sunday school 10 a. in., Emmcr Newby
superintendent; preaching 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. in. Public cordially invited.
First Methodist Episcopal Church.
State and Church street, Richard N.
flvison, D. I)., minister; 9:45 a. m.,
Sabbath school, Mr. II. C. Tillman,
superintendent; 11:01) a, m., sermon:
"A Christian Woman as Christianity's
Greatest Contribution to Civiliziation. "
'Vo v.-rl''pir:n to this rervice tho mem
bers of tlio convention o Y. W. C. .
cabinets. 12:30 p. m., cluss meetings';
3:00 p. in., Mr. E. II. Anderson will
speiik at the Old People's Home; (1:30
p. in. tho Epwortli League will study
"Builders of Methodism. John Wesley
tho Evangelist Scholar;" 7:30 p. m.
sermon, "Education and the Common
I. B. S. A. The Salem claws of the
International Bible Students' associa
tion vWll hold their regular weekly
study at 435 Court street, upstairs,
Sunday at 10:30 a. m. All Bible
students welcome. No collection.
First Congregational Church.
Corner of Liberty and Center. Perry
Frederick Schrock, minister; Bibln
school at 10 a. m.; public worship at
11 a, m. and 7:30 p. in.; sermon topics-
Morning, "Paying tho Prico;" evening, '
Why Do the Wicked Prosper " The
St. Cecelia vostod choir will sing at
the evening service.
Unitarian Church,
Corner of Chemcketa and Cottpgi
Streets, Richard F. Tischer, minister;
Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Sunday ser
vice, 11 a. m., subject: "The Seat of
Authority in Religion;" (no evening
service). Musie by Miss Millor; nil
friends of liberal reiigiou and of pro
groHsivo thought are most cordially in
vited to our services. The Woman'
Alliance will meet with Mrs. C. H.
Hamilton next Friday; the Unitarian
Boys' club will meet Monday. The
Unitarian Girls' club will meet Thurs
day. Lutheran Church.
East State and Eightoonth streets,
George Koohler, pastor; Sunday school
at 9:30; preaching services at 10:30;
Luther League at 6'30 p. ni.; evening
services in English at 7:30 p. m.; all
strangers are welcome.
Christian Science.
First Church of Christ, Scientist 4t
Chemcketa street. Services Sunday at
11 a, m. and at 7:30 p. m. Subject oi
llibln leson, "Reality." Sunday school
at 0:4! a. in. Wednesday evening tes
timonial meeting at 7:30. Reading room
ftliAa r iKinty Ia tin
I iu tt v vi p a a v vta w - -
and more important thing than the mere "Exchange" of
money. You want a certain amount of "Individuality"
thrown into the the work, that will make Your order itand
out pre-eminently, in a data by itself. You want a Natural
likeness, one which portrays the various characteristics of
the individual, and not a mere mage on a piece of paper.
And abova all, you want a Guarantee of satisfaction. You'll
get this, and even more, if you're conservative in your pur
chase and
Any of the locally established Studios, but Don't patronize
the cheap, "fly by night", coupon transients that are here
only for a few days at most. When you want Good Work
solicit the advice of any well established citizen. They'll all
point to the old stand-by
in the church open every afternoon ex
csept Sunday and holidays. All are cor
dially invited to our services.
First Christian Church.
Corner Center and High streets, F. T.
Porter, minister. 9:4.) Bible school, Dr.
II. C. Eplny, director; 11 a. in. worship
and permon, subject, "Tho Measure it
a Man"; 6:30 p. in., C. E., special mu
sic; 7:30 p. in., sornionettes by Sarff,
Holdiman, Bolingor and Tallman, sub
ject, "A Man's Duty to His Neighbor,
City, Church and God."
Jason Lee Memorial Methodist Episcopal
North Winter and Jefferson streets
J. II. Irvine, pastor. 9:45 a. m. child-
ran song sorvice; 10 a. m. ounday
L,,l,r.,,l. 11 o ... T,r T Vf
Hixson of Kimball college; 6:30 p, m.
Epworth League, topic, John Wesley,
tho scholar ovangelist; 7:30, sermon by
Rev. Edwin Sherwood, D. D; midweek
prayormeeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
with cottage prayer meetings Wednes
day and Friday evenings during Len
ton season.
Central Congregational.
Ferry and South 19th streets. 10 a.
m., grudud Bible school; 11 a. in., pub
lic worship, sermon on "Children it
Worship"; 6:30 p. m., C. E. "What Mis
sioim Ifeive Done for tho World"; 7: to
p. m. song service; 7:30 p. m. public
worship, sermon on, "Jesus as Giver of
Houl Rest."
Don't pine away, Cordelia, if the
young man asks you to return the en
gagemont ring. Spruce up and go after
You Can Cure That Backache
Pain along the back, dizziness, head
ache and general languor. Get a pack
age of Mother Gray's AROMATIC
LEAF, the pleasant root and herb cure
for all Kidney, Bladder and Urinary
trouDlee. wjaen you feel all run down,
tired, weak and without energy use this
remarkable combination of nature's
herb and roots. A a tonic laxativ
it ha no equal. Mother Gray' Aro
matic Leaf i sold by druggist or seat
by mail for 60c. Sample sent FREE.
Addres, The Mother Gray Co., LeRoy,
N. Y.
It Shoe Polishes
"XJILT lUot. 'uiu only ladles' shoe drawing tht
positivuly contains Oil. Ultti'ks and J'ullalion ladles'
and cltlliinn'a boots and shoes, ahlnci MlUwul rab
Ung.Ulc. "FRENCH (.LOSS." Iff.
"DANDY" combination for cleaning tnrl polishing
ajllcimlsof russet or tsn shoos, Hoe. "STAk"alu, inc.
"ELITE combination for irrntlemen wlio take
prldo In having their ihoss look A 1. Hestores color
and luatr to all black shoes. Polish wlih a bruab
or clotli. emus. "IARV ELITE nlze. 10 cunts.
paste pollen lorauKimis or oiaca shoes, contains
oils and wait lo polish and prtwrve lh leather,
lloies open with key, 10c "DANDY BUSStT
PASTE" mnie price.
If vour dealer does not keep the kind yon want, send ns
til prloeln nt.ttip. for fullel.e PHf-knxe. rlisrges iiald.
S0-Z6 Albany Street, Cambridge, Mass,
2'ht OltttitanA largfit Manufacturer 0
- Shot fvlishit lis Iht Worli,
ronAlJered. Other
i J
Real Estate Transactions Expected to
Be More Frequent as Spring Ad
vances in Salem.
Painters Find This Busy Month and
Lawns, Hedges, Shade Trees and
Sidewalks Get Attention.
On aci'ount of the prevailing cool and
inclement weather of the past few days,
real estate transactions have become
rather quiet, according to the dealers,
They expect the bminess to open up
stronger than ever however, just a?
soon as fair weather sets in again.
There seems to be considerable de
mand for Salem city property just now.
Especially 'city lots are demanding
more thmu usual attention anil home-
seekors are arriving here from many
outsiile points. Property owners, or at
least those who have vacant city lots
for sale u6w, declare that Beveral
strangers have visited their places ami
looked over the property so far this
week, who state they are looking for
a home site.
Residence Improvements Many.
Local painters contend that the pres
ent month liios boon about their busiest
so far during the season. Evidence of
this fact can bo readily had by anyonn
taking a trip through the suburbs an-1
noticing the many houses which are
receiving new coats of paint. Salem
folks are dolling up their homes in
grand style this year, more so than
ever before, and this is every indica
tion that the city will take an a splen
did appearance beforo the summer
months roll around.
Lawns, hedges, shade trees and side
walks are also undergoing improve
ments and the back yards are receiving
due attention since the swat-the-fty
movement has been inaugurated.
There have been many old woodei
sidowalks toru up this week and re
placed with fine new concrete one.
This is a noted improvement and addi
greatly to the goneral appearance of
the city dwellings and surroundings.
City Buildings Completed.
There remain but a few finishing
touches to complete the many improve
ments which have been undor way on
soveral of the business buildings of
The fine newly re-moclolod Adolph
Wators building on the corner of State
and Commercial streets is nearly com
pleted now and will soon be ready for
accupancy. The exterioi work has ben
finished and tho only thing which now
remains to bo done is the altering nt'
tho interior. This latter work will re
quiro very littlo time.
The Gray-Bello Confectionery com
pany has completed its fine new front
n its new homo in tho Cross btiildir.g
SYNOPSIS op tub annual statement
of Newark. In th Stats ot Nuw Jersey, on
the 'tut day of December, 1U1S, made ta
the Insurance CommUsloner ot lha Htata ot
Uregou, purauaut to law:
Amount ot capital stock
yaid up 8,090.000.00
Total premium Income $ St.10S.003.9S
Intereit. dlvldemla and rente
received durln the year. K.0TS.O1S.4
Income from other aourcea
received during the year. 3o8,02T.lT
Total Income I K5.JUJ.WJ1.7S
Psld for losses, endowments,
annuities and aurrender
valuea f 2S.W3.S44.SI
Dividends paid to policy
huldera during the year... 5,494.703.01
Dividends paid on capital
stack during the year 200,000.00
Commissions and aalarlea
paid during the year. In
cluding medical feea and
feea for Inspection of rlaka 19,033, &U4.U4
Taies, llcsnses and (sea paJi!
during the year S.120.B10.U4
Amount of all other alueB-
dlturea S.15S.370
Total expenditures I UUaSSIU'
Usrket value ot real estate
own4 1
Market value of stocks and
bonds owned
Loans on murtgagea and ool
latsral. eta
Policy loana
rash In banks and on hand.
Net uncollected and deferred
Other assets (net)
17,0SS2 M
SS.75M11 T
li.iTJ.i. 11
Total assets
Total assets admlttsd
i mtss.iio.is
Net rtsorva, Including l
ulsl rvssrva $
Total m'llry clalma unpaid..
UlvtdciHls to policy noldara
(Itclsrftd but not yst Uua,
liarabl In 1S14
Apportion to tha credit of
participating policy hold
ers as a elasa, rpabla
after l14
All other liablllllra
,,, S94.1410D
- l.lso.iis.41
,s,07 oe
la.sts.ou ST
Total llabllltlea sicluslva
of capital stock at IS.
mw.mHl.OO I20,I,320.1J
Total tnsuianco In (ore Da-
sember JL. 111 J,40, j;,-t),9U
Unslneaa la Oragva tor tba Vow.
Total risks written tlurlag
the sar f I.PII4.IS1.0
Uross premiums rscelvotl
during tha year 153.411. U
rremiums returued during
the year 140 M
Loe.es and claims paid dur
ing tha oar JO.Wtl.0S
Losers and clalma Incurred
during tha year tO,DS.4l
Total amount of risks out
standing In Oregon le-
cember JU 11 I 4,IWJ.HW
tmk rt.rnr.N-mi, i-tham:k com.
Ststwtorr general agsnl and attorns? tor
aorvlro, John t'auer.
John 1'auer. SupL. 101 I Rotacklld tUg,
Port load.
A. H. dago. Asst. taiL, U. H Buk kldn
alsm. Or. .. .
on State Street. Th front is modern
and lends beauty to that part of the
city. It consists of highly colored
glass panels in the upper section of
the front whilo the lower section i
faced with big plate glass windows.
The interior of the Gray-Belle build
ing is being rapidly completed and the
confectionery comiany hopes to be
permanently installed in the State
street store before many more days
Frank Meyers, proprietor of the Spa
confectionery, has made many importai.t
improvements to his store. He ha?
ordered an elegant, big rug which will
cover the main floor of the table de
partment. This new scheme is uniqiti
and modern in every respect.
Journal's Home About Eeady.
The interior of the Capital Journal
building has been completed, all but
the painting and the installation of th.
big plate glass show square in the
front of the place. The new Goss presc
is nearly set up and in shape for work
and machinists have finished putting
together the new Intertype machine in
the composing room. The machinery
in tho old building will be moved to the
new home late today, and, with the ex
ception of the old press, Tho Capita!
Journal will be permanently installed
by next Monday.
Building Permits.
A $730 home is to be built shortly
by L. Ross at 349 South Seventeenth
street. It wil be a one-story dwelling
A building permit was issued to Dr.
E. E. Fisher this weok, who intend?
to erect a one-story frame dwelling
at 1220 North Fourth street. Tho
building is to cost in the neighborhood
of $400.
A. T. Iirocker is planning upon a ono-
story frame dwelling. It will cost
about $1,600.
While building permits have not been
issued in large numbers so far thii
week, much building and work on old
dwellings is being done nevertheless.
Supiieme Justice George G. Burniett
is having a fine combination concrete
and wooden garage erected in the roar
of his residonce at the corner of High
and Center streets. This auto home
will be modern throughout, have a
cement floor and everything else necea
sary to the up-to-date garage.
The brick work on 'the new garage
being erected by Vick Brohtres in the
rear of their building facing on High
street is going along at a great rate.
Vick Brothers hope to have thoir
building ready for use within the next
few weeks.
The remodoling of the courthouse is
about done. Tho respective court
chambers have been plastered and aro
now ready for the tinting. The county
assessor's quarters have been remodeled
and the county clerk will soon hav-j
much more room owing to the old
stairway leading up to the top floor
from on the north side of the building
having been removed and the sppee
takon up for office purposes. TI19
court houso will have four good stories
to it when the work is completed owing
to tho old circuit court chambers being
made into two floors instead of one.
FIDELITY. A communication has been received
by The Capital Journal from Sadie V.
Kntrikon in which it is charged that
tho paper, in its issue of March IS,
published an item concerning the di
vorce suit of Sadie V. Kntrikon against
F.mmet V. f.ntrikon which was not.
correct in that in reporting the alloga
tions contained iu an answor filed to
the complaint, it was stated that tho
plaintiff told the defendant at one time
tha she had been unlawfully inimate
with 0110 Jack Ryan. Mrs. lOntrikea
writes that Hub statement is untrue and
was probably given to a Journal re
porter by tho defendant in order t
injuro her.
Reviewing the answer in question, the
following is an exact copy of the alle
gations which Mrs. Kntrikon states are
untrue and which compose a portion of
Paragraph 5 of the answer:
"Said plaintiff acknowledged to de
fendant iu the month of July, 1912,
that she had recently been carnally
familiar with Jack Ryan, and the de
fendant has condoned said offense to the
extent that he would not be entitled to
a divorce upon tho ground of adulter',
yet dof umlaut's knowledge of this
illegal intimacy has caused hitn great
mental anxiety,"
Mrs. Kntrikon requests The Capital
Journal to explain, and the above sec
tion of the answer In question is self
A prasg liati h sent by Mn-y Iloyle
O'Reilly from Naples, Italy, snys:
Oivater hordes than ever have nailed
over to the new world will soon be
flocking to tho I'liitM States and to
a new rogion! Hy the hundred thou
sand they will dcaccnil upon the whplc
Pacific coast, dir-ect ftom the Mediter
ranean, via the Panama canal!
After talking with consular agent
-4 r
ting Uic Siomadis andBowdsof
Promotes DfestionjCheeifii
ne'ss and ResLContaltts nciltw
OpiiLuMorphLie norllacral
Ihvptia Sua'
AiiseSnd H'tartmaimi
ruCSiniile Sijnarart of
The Centaur CompaD,
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
in the subjoct and, interviewing mem
bers of the Itatlian Royal Emigration
commission, I have learned the follow
'tag facts about this possible undesir
able exodus from the south of Europe
There are some 13 steamship com
panies concerned in promoting it. Seven
are Italian, sailing from Naples. These
Italian lines have a combined carrying
capacity of 56,392 passengors per trip.
Their vessels are unsanitary and an
Other than Italian lines, the AuBtro
Amorican line will undobtedly be in
the pool, it is said, and will bring
from Trieste hordes of Greeks, Slavs,
and Magyars, while two lines that sell
tickets in southern Russia will bring
Armenians aud Roumanians to the Pa
cific states.
From the Pireaus, port of Athens,
two lines, notorious for their unsam
tary and poorly equipped ships, will
bring Syrians, Greeks and Macedonian-!.
On so long a trip these boats will be
come veritable hotbeds of disease, evfcn
if the immigrants start in good health.
The so-called "jackals of the steer-
ago," however, are soiling tickets to
peoplo known to bo suffering from tra
00111a, and other maladies excluded from
the United States, and are even issuing
insuraiico guaranteeing their paatiagf
money brack if they are not admitted at
the American port, besides the din
oased, it is' certain that the great mi
gration will bring to America thousands
of criminals.
What can bo done about it?
It is already forbidden by law, in
Italy, to encourage emigration. Yet
there aro over 100,000 steamship agcntB
who can do so verbally without beiu
caught. Moreover the companies them
selves aro offering special rates.
As aa inducement, they arc selling
tickets on the installment plau, at the
rate of $1 a week.
They have already booked 130,000
passages for Pacific coast ports from
Italy alone by this moans.
When Drs. Lassor and Bishop made
a pomade by mixing scales of dandruff
and vaseline, which they afterwartis
rubbed on a guinea nig, they were con
tributing to science more thnn they
knew. The application of the salve
caused the pig to lose its hair aud be
come bald.
This was merely one of the prelimi
nary steps which made possible the dis
covery of N'ewbro's Herpicide. After
establishing beyond question the exist
ence of the dandruff germ, a rented
was needed to kill this parasite.
There was nothing which would do
this until Nebro'i Herpicide was
placed upon the market. Being the
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it art.;' 1! 'i
Insurance That Insures
Bonds a specialty, written In best old line companies; insurance that
pays 100 cents on the dollnr on losses. No ansotmicnts, policy fees or
liability, just plain old line insurance. Look up your policy and phone
Main 1.121, and ask what it will cost to insure your property. We will
surprise you.
4S4 Court Street,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bough!
Bears the At
Signature Am
For Over
Thirty Years
is the atory told by the
Delegations from all parts of Marion
county are planning to attend the big
Sunday school convention which is t
be held tomorrow by tho Haysvillo dis
trict at Chemawa. Salem will havo on
tho program Charles Knowland, E. P.
Lockhart, Misses Marie Bollinger and
Ruth Brown, and A. A. Schrani. Tho
state secrotary of the Oregon Sunday
school association, Charles Phipps, will
speak and many other interesting ad
dresses aro scheduled for tho day. The
Chemawa band will furnish the music,
and tho promoters of tho convention
declare that it will bo the largest ono
ever held in this county by far.
The program begins at 10 a. m., and
the Southern Pacific company has ad
vised those who plain attending tht
meeting from Salem that the limited
which leaves here at 0:25 a, m., will
stop at Chemawa.
first recognized remedy for dandruff, It
has long been called the "original
remedy." Horpicide eradicate dand
ruff, provents falling hair and stops
itching of the scalp. Don't' take a sub-
stitute; you can always get the genuine
Nowbro's Herpicide in 50c and 11.00
sizes is sold by all dralors who guar-
i autee it to do all that is claimed. If.
you are not satisfied your money will
be refunded.
Applications may ho obtained at good
barber shops.
! Send 10c in postago or silver for sam
ple and booklot to The Horpicide Co.,
Oept. R., Detroit, Mich.
Salem, Oregon.