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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. SATURDAY. OCT. 9, 1915.
No. 1228 North Winter street. Sun
day services: Sabbath school 8:45.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:45 p. a.
W. J. Johnston, pastor.
First Methodist Episcopal
Corner State and Church streets,
Bichard N. Avisos, minister. 9:00 a.
in., Class meeting. 9:45 a. m.. Sabbath
school, Messrs. Bchramni and Qilkey, su
perintendents. 11:00 a. ra., Morning
Gospel, Mrs. Amos Williams Patten,
vice-president Woman's Foreign Mis
sion society, will give the address. 3:00
p. m., Service at - the Old People's
Home. 6:30 p. m., Intermediate
league, Mrs. M. C. Findley, superin
tendent. 6:30 p. m., Kpworth league,
Miss Eva Scott, persident. 7:30 p. m.,
Evening worship. Address by Mrs. F.
H. Sheets, of Evnnston, III.; Miss Klsie
Wood, of South Amenco; Mrs. Wilma
Rouse Kcene. of China. Dr. Carl O.
Doney, president of Willamette uni
Jnmes Elvin, pastor. Rally day will
ha observed in the Sunday school at 10
o'clock. Exereises by members of the
primary department, Prof. W. I. Staler,
superintendent. Morning service at 11
o'clock. Chorus choir, Win. McOilchrist.
St., director. Subject, "Suicide Bnd
the Supreme Question." Christian
Endeavor meeting at 6:30. Grand rally
day concert in the ouditorium at 7:30.
Specially prepared p.i-gram of recita
tions and music. The clinrua ehnii. will
llftve ehnrcrn nf tha musie. Tim anhwt I
for the evening will be, "The Patriot
ism of Peace." A brief patriotic ad
dress by an old soldier.. Rev. Jnmes
I.yle. Mrs. Pinnell will sing, "My
Own United States." Everybody in
vited nnd everybody welcome. Men 's
club Monday evening, October 11 at
6:30, when dinner will be promptly
nerved. Address by Supt. Hnlo, of the
Boys' Training school, and Jlcv. H. C.
Mover will sing. The state conference
of Congregational churches meets in
Oregon City, October 12-14. Mid-week
WTvice Thursday evening at 7:30. Sun
day evening. October 17, illustratod ad
dress on "Germany and Whv She is
Strong. The Power of the Germanic
Jason Lee Memorial.
At the corner of Jefferson and North
Winter streets, J. Montcalm Brown,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.. C.
M. Roberts, superintendent. Preaching
service at 11 a. m., and at 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. F. A. Giiilcr, or Seattle, of the
W. F. M. S.. will sneak in tho morning.
Epworth League devotional service at
fi:303. Strangers are specially wel
comed to these services.
v.- North CottHfre between Center and
Marion. A. A. Winter, minister. Sunday
jwhool 10 n. m., A. A. FIchcr, superin
lendent. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m 4 p. ro., Junior Endeavor, lead
ers. Mrs. Harvey and Miss Remington.
6:30 p. m.. Young Peonle's meeting,
subject. "Leaders and Followers."
Mr. R. C. Ralston, leader. This is Rsllv
dav in the Sunday school and Foreign
Mission day in the rejruiar church serv
ices. Exercises appropriate for the oc
casion will be observed. May wo count
on every member present with another
with you. Public, cordially invited.
, EaBt State and Eighteenth strect8,4
Ueorge Koehler, pnstor. Sunday school
in German and in English at 10 o'clock.
Divine service at 10:30 a. m. Luther
league at 6:45 p. m. Evening service
in English at 7:30 p. m. '
Leslie M. E.
Myers and South Commercial streets,
Eev. J. C. Hpencer, pastor. Bible
school 9:45. Joseph Barber, superin
tendent. Morning worship 11 o'clock,
address by Mrs. Chns. F. Bovard, of
Helena, Mont. Epworth League 6:30
p. m. Evening service 7:30, sermon by
Rally day will be appropriately ob
served at 11 o'clock when four five
minute speeches will be given and
music furnished by the newly organ
ized chorus choir trained -by Prof.
Chace. The choir will again sing in the
evening and the subject of the sermon
will be "Bread Cast Upon tho Wa
ters." First Christian.
Corner High and Center, F. T. Por
ter, minister. 0:45 a. m., Bilile school,
Dr. H. C .Epley, director. A great or-
phputrn and fjitneial fntituroa at AVJtrV
. - -" " ' 1" ' " .w.u-v. . j
session, promotion dny, 11a. m., Wor
ship and sermon, subject, "Tho Fall of
icsus. iiury scnultz, violinist. u:au
P. m., C. E. 7:30 p. m., Sermon, sub
ject, "Joy and Power." Bible school
Orchestra plays at tho evening service.
No. 241 State street. Hcv. Cyrus
Cook preaches Sunday at 3 p. m. Kev.
W. J. Johnston on Tuesday and Kev. B.
W. Shaver on Friday evenings at 7:30
o'clock. Mission bourd meets ou Tues
day evening after preaching. All wel
come. J. l). Cook, superintendent.
Associated Bible Student (L B. & A.)
Will hold regular weekly Bible study i
in upstairs hall, southwest corner High!
and Ferry streets, Sunday at 10 o'clock
. m. All Bible students welcome. No i
collections. Phone UUS-W. ' j
Corner South Nineteenth and Ferry!
streets, II. C. Stover, minister. Sunday j
cbool at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor
at 6:45 p. m. Evening service at 7:30.
Sermon by the pastor. Special music
by the choir.
II. C. Stover, minister. Hundny school
t 10 a. m. Morning service at 11
cioca. jioiy communion win wi on-
ui me morning srrTurc,
tian Endeavor at 7:30 p. m.
FlMt Baptist I
Morning sermon, "Good Looking
McKinley School Building
Represents Latest Ideas
The McKinley school building, repre
senting the very latest ideas in modern
school construction, is one of which
every citizen of Salem, whether inter
ested in schools or not, should be proud,
from the fact that in architectural beau
ty and detail of construction, it is sur
passed by nono on the coast. And more
than that, it was constructed at prac
tically the contractor's bid of $20,128,
as the extras have amounted to but
50, a fact that is remarkable, con
sidering the experiences of the past in
school as well as in business construc
tion. Designed by Architect George M.
Post, the building is regarded as much
the best in this district, and has been
constructed with economy and effici
ency. With eight rooms capable of accom
modating 35 or more pupils each, the
building can easily take care of over
nin "i t. it i .i
300 pupils, For this semester, only the
Wiwpr fiiiir rnnma nrn 111 HHP nltlimifrh
the upiier four are mushed, and need i
only tlio placing of desks.
In all the rooms, the color scheme is
in buffs and browns with the wood
work finished in a light oak stain. An-1
other feature that is especially appreci
ated by the teachers, is the fact that
each room is supplied with the best
slate black boards that are on the mar
ket, made at Slntington, Va. These
boards are the best in tho city, and in
fact, there are none bettor on the coast.
Another detail of this modern school
building, is the fan system of hot air
heating and ventilating, with ther-
Christians." Evening sermon, '
ged-off Land." Violin solos by
Viola Vercher Holman. Musie direc
tion Miss Mugers. H. E. Marshall,
Corner of Highland and Elm streets.
Our Sabbath school begins promptly at
10 a. m., Earl Pruitt, superintendent.
Meetings for worship 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Christian Endeavor 6:15 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m.
Josephine Hockett, pastor. Phone
Chemeketa Street Evangelical.
Corner Seventeenth nud Chemeketa
streets, G. W. Plumper, pastor. Sun
day school 10 a. m., C. T. Doty, super
intendent. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Y. P. 8. E. 6:30 p. m., Walter
Curtis, president. This is Rally day in
all departments of the church. You
Corner of Chemeketa and Cottage
streets, Richard F. Tischer, minister.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morniug
services at 11 o'clock (no evening ser
vice.) Subject, "What is a Rational
istic Religion!" Music by Mrs. B.
Tower, Mrs. Walter lenton, organist.
All friends of liberal religion and of
progressive thought are cordially invit
ed r our services. Bring your friends.
Castle Chapel, United Brethren.
Corner Seventeenth street and Ne
braska avenue, H. B. Dorks, pnstor.
Bible school 10 a. m. .Morning worship
11 u. m. vuuHiiuu ijiiuruvur u;u p. i
m. uospel service p. m. Please
notice the change of tho evening hour,
This church stands for righteousness,
social justice and religious dignity. We
want you to come and make yourselves
at homo with us.
The Ministerial Union.
Tho Ministerial Union will meet in
regular session Monday morning, 10:30,'
October 11, at the Y. M. C. A. building.
Rev. Carl H Elliott will rend h paper
entitled "The Nature nnd Develop
ment of Hebrew Prophecy."
St Paul's Episcopal.
Holy communion 7:30 a. m. Matins
and address 11 a. m. Evensong and ad
dress 7:30 p. m. Suiiduy school 9:45
a. m. Robert S. Gill, rector
Address at W C. T. U. Hall.
Rev. H. E. Marshall, pastor of the,
First Baptist church, will give an ad-:
dress at W. C. T. U. hall Sunday aft-
ernoon at 4 o'clock. The public is cor-'
Swedish Tabernacle, M. E. I
Corner South Fifteenth and Mill!
streets, Rev. John Ovnll, minister. I
Services at 3 p. m. and 8 p. m. Alii
Scandinavians are mut cordially invit
ed to attend.
South Salom Friends.
Corner South Commercial and Wash
ington streets. H. E. l'emberton, pas
tor. Bible school at 10 a. m., classes I
for nil ages, B. C. Miles, superinten
dent. Meeting foe worship and preach
ing nt 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. C. E.
meeting at 6:30 p .m. All young peo
ple are welcome. Prayer meeting
Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
Regular Sunday services: Sunday
school 1:30 p. m. Praise meeting at
3 p. m., at which Dr. K. N. Avison will
speak. Salvation meeting ut 8 p. m.
Week night services every night except
Monday and Thursday Capt. and Mrs.
Dramatization of the
"My Mamie Rose"
A Fox Feature
moatatk'. control. This obviates the
necessity of raising windows to secure
more fresh air, as in days of yore, or of
regulating the heat by registers in the
room. By this new system, the tem
perature, of each room is recorded in
the furnace room, and the temperature
of from 65 to 70 degrees is easily main
tained by the janitor.
Other conveniences are the speaking
tube from each room to the janitor,
book cases and cupboards in rooms
and hall ways, and extra large cloak
rooms, each lighted by a special win
dow. Hose and fire extinguishers are
on each floor, and adequate fire es
capes, and the circulating water sys
tem gives hot and cold water. The
three large entrances give easy access
to the building. Plnygrounds, 27 1-2
by 37 1-2 feet are allotted one each
for the boys and girls on the ground
floor. Included also in the building, is
special room for the principal, and
,k - - ... .
vu tut- ui'Mri iiviii. a iuiiu ui mc same
gj t (, uscJ , ,;b
The attendance at present is 84, but
with those who will come from the
Lincoln school, the average will be
close to 100 for this semester.
All grades from the first up to, and
including the sixth grade, is taught in
this school. Miss Emma Kramer, who is
so enthusiastic over her new surround
ings, is principal, and also tenches in
tho second grade. Miss Delta Dillsrd
has charge of the first primary, Miss
Lulu Dalton of the fourth and fifth
grades and Miss Emma Bushnell of the
(Twenty - Seven Hundred
Pupils In Salem Schools
At the close of the public sc'iools on
the evening of September 30, the total
attendence was 2701. One the first of
June this year, the attendance was
2534. It seems that the boys this year,
are aner tne nigner eoucanon insieau
of dropping out, as of the increased at -
lenuance, compared 10 iasi dune, are
boys and 73 are girls.
Of the 2701 pupils in the schools
tietoner i. tne gins nave oniy wo
small majority of 22, which is a better i
proportion tor the boys thin at any
time in tho history of the schools.
The report issued nt. the close of the
month bv Superintendent Elliott shows
the pupils are divided according to age
Over 4 and under 6 years, none.
Over 8 and under !, bovs 321, girls
Over 9 amrunder 12, boys 343, girls
Over 12 and under 14, bovs 255, girls
Over 14 and under 20j bovs 421, girls .
. Over. 20 years of age boys 14, girls 6. '
'It la especially gratifying to the su-1
cerintendont and to the school board
to note the larger attendance of boys
in the higher grades.
Ordinarily, the boys begin dropping
out as tiiev reach the high school. But ,
it is noticeable the hoys this year are
i,ut very little outnumbered
Of pupils oyer 14 years of age,
the boys number 435 and girls 457. a
difference of but 22 in favor of the
Parents are making a good record
this year in visiting, as during the eight
school dnys in September, 96 parents
visited the schools.
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HIGH CLASS ACTS
Direct From The
A Great Array of Talent
DAYTON and MALEY
'The Doughnut Hunters'
EMILY GREENE & CO
"A Swedish Flirtation"
MARTYN & VALERIO
Rapid Fire Comedy
Prices 23c, 35c, 50c Bargain Matinee Sunday
Any Seat 25c
MUSIC BY THE GRAND ORCHESTRA
Matinee at 2 :30 Evening at 8 :00.
OREGON - - - TONIGHT
THE MILLIONAIRE BABY
VIOLA VIRCLER HOLMAN
TACH THE FAMILY THESE
TEN FIRE PREVENTION
(The Safety First Federation of
America framed them.)
1. Don't permit children to
play with matches.
2. Dou't throw away lighted
matches, cigars or cigarettes.
8. Don't uso naptha or ben
zine in the home. (A pint makes
200 feet or" explosive vapor.)
4. Don't block the fire
escapes, yon may need them
5. Dou't put ashes in wood
en boxes or barrels.
6. Don't permit accumula
tions of rubbish.
7. Don t have laoe curtains
or draperies near open lights.
8. Doa't fill kerosene lamps
or lnnteras after dark.
9. Don't permit matches to
be kept except in a closed metal
10. Don't forget to call for
the firo department first thing
and to have sjnie extinguisher.
Dallas School Employes
D. M. Callaghan as Instructor
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Ore., Oct. 8. The Dnllnf
school board has employed D. M. Cul
laghan, of Spokane, Wash., to fill the
position of instructor in manual train
ing nnd bookkeeping mado vacant bv
the resignation of Professor Otho Hart.
Air. Mart win leave upon tne arrival
of his successor for Salem where he
has a Bimilar position in the high
school of that city,
Woman's Club Meets.
The first regular meeting of
Dallas Woman's club for the winter
months was held in the auditorium of
the public library Tuesday afternoon.
Many communications of interest to
the club were read and discussed after
which the heads of tho different de
partments Bpoke of their plans for the
season's work. Mrs. Conrad Stafrin, as
head of the civic aepartment an
nounced that a silver tea would be
held in theclub rooms Tuesday after
noon, October 18th, to which the wo
men of Dallas pro cordially invited.
The delegates whwere elected to rep
Tesent tho club nt the stnte federation
meeting to be held In Salem on Octo
ber 25, 26 and 27 are Mrs. Ella J. Met
eer. president of the club: Mrs. Ora
Oosper, Mrs. "Walter i, ford and Miss
Caroline Burch. The annual bazaar will
be held tho first Friday in Decern
Damage Caae DismLssed.
Circuit Judge H, H. Belt on Wedncs
dny dismissed the daniace case of
George Billings against H. L. Fenton
of this city, holding that it was nnfiiir
J to hold a cloud over the name and repn
Empress at Portland
Smiletta Bros. & Mora
FALLS CAPTIVE TO
THE SILENT DRAMA
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Genevieve Hamper, who in private
life is the wife of Robert Mantell,
and who has won an enviable reputa
tion as a delineator of Shakesperinn
foles, has capitulated to the lure of
the movies. Mrs. Mantell lives with
tier husband and three-year-old son
Bruce at Atlantic Highlands.
tation of any person Indefinitely. A
Contiuuance of the case was asked by
Attorney Guy Smith, of Snlem, attor
ney for Billings, but as tho cane had
already gone over ono term of court
and no sufficient reason being shown
why it should be continued the judge
refused the request. Billings Iihs left
the stnte and is said to hnvo gone to
Michigan to reside.
West Buys Partner's Interest
Fred B. West has purchased thn in
terest of his partners in tho polk
County Electric Supply company, the
transfer having been mude on tho first
of the month. Mr. West will continue
the business in the same location an
Imperial Hotel Closes.
The Imperial hotel closed its doors
today, Munnger Hoyt having decided
that it was unprofitable to continue in
l,ee Dale, a former resident of this
city wus convicted of murder in the
second degree at Pendleton, Tuesday
afternoon after the .piry had been out
but 20 minutes. Dnlo is alleged to
have killed Mr. ami .Mrs. Charles Ogil
vy On the night of June ,'lrd ut their
runeh near Pilot Kock. Ho has a moth
er, brother and sister residing in this
Mrs. John K. Sibley and little daugh
ter, Kutherine, are expected to return
next, week from a several months,' visit
with relatives in Illinois, Indiana,
Missouri and ('olnnolo.
Mr. and Mrs. Lie Smith nnd family
left the first of the week for an auto
mobile trip through California, Nevada
and Arizona. They expect to be away
from Dallas for several months.
Miss Anna C'airnes, of Crawford, has
returned to her home after an extended
visit nt the home of her sister, Mrs.
Dick l.ayton, on Court street.
Phil Kiting, of Normns, is in the city
this week a guest nt the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs, 1 I.. Shiveley left the
first (if the week for eastern Oregon,
where they will muko their future
Mr. ami Mrs. Everett Owinn and
children left this morning for South
ern California, where they will spend
Word has been received from the
bedside of (1. P. MiH'drcgor, who is
ill ut a Portlnnd hospital, that his con
dition is very niuih improved and
hopes arc entertained for his speedy
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cook, of Me..
Minnville, were visitors the first of
the wpek at the home of Mrs. Cook 's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. It. Snyd
er. Hundreds have obtained their
first start on the road to suc
cess through a "Business Op
portunity" Want Ad. Perhaps
today now youx chanu la at
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3 COURT BOUSE NEWS ;
I Fannie Harding and Ed Keycs, who
j entered pleas of guilty to tho charge
, of disorderly conduct, were each seu
. fenced to six months in the city jail
at a night session of tho circuit court
I and then were paroled from tho bench
by Judge Kelly. The Hnrdiug woman
is held on another eiarge nnd will
i probably be arraigned again in the cir
cuit court Monday. She is now out on
Today was motion day in the circuit
court department No. 1 and Judge Kel
ly was taking the time to clear up nu
merous legal matters in preparation
for the opening of court Monthly with
a case now on the docket. Motions,
demurrers and legal petitions were be
ing heard by bis honor today.
E. F. Wells has been appointed by
the county court as supervisor of road
district No. 8 1-2 to succeed William
Scollurd, of (iervais, who Is outside of
the limits of the district. It appears
that Mr. Scollurd is living within the
city limits of Uervuis and the rend law
now makes the city limits of each cor
porate the boundary of a separate road
district within the city.
The county court at its present ses
siou bus ordered a survey to bo made
of the road petitioned for in district
No. 7 and district No. 17 by Mrs. W.
P. Copelund and others. The petition
of H. C. Mc.DWowcU for n gateway
across the land of Dnvid Jiieobson was
continued. The mutter of the fran
chise of the Snlem eKizer Telephone
compnny was continued.
David White and Ma White today
filed a suit in the rireuit court against
Fred Clonch in which they nllege that
they performed labor for the defend
ant. at his express request and that
such labor amounted to $157.11) and
that but $,r4.01 of this sum hits been
paid. They ask judgment in the sum
of iMO'J.M and the costs of the action.
McMnster, Hall & Drowley are attor
neys for the plaintiff.
Lewis Fletcher, as executor of the
estate of Lewis Savage, 1ms brought
suit in the circuit court of this coun
ty ugninst J. D. Wiednian, the plain
tiff alleging that the estate wns in
possession of 4420 pounds of hops
which were taken over by tho defend
ant and nt the time of the transaction
the hops were worth 12 1-2 cents per
pound. Tho plaintiff asks iihlirmcnt
in tho sum of $553. 1!H and the costs of
tho action. Carey F. Martin is at
torney for tho plaintiff.
An order wns issued bv Judge Bush-
ev todav in the matter of the estate of
l'eter M. Peterson in which the exeeii
trix of the estate, Olea Peterson, peti
Will be shown tho first of a Ifl Weeks series
"The Broken Coin"
All Art nnd Skill known to Filimloin has been exercised to make this
the most wonderful picture ever produced. . Start with the first picture
and follow it through.
Today, Tomorrow and Saturday VAUDEVILLE Colored Comedians
'GRUNDY AND LAZZO"
In a Singing and Dnui'iiig Art that Is a lilot.
Entire Change of Program Tomorrow
Mis' Judged- A fluid feature S part Drama.
A MAID and A MAN Nestor Oomedy, featuring Miss BUUe RJiodes,
Tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday
KENDAL ft FLORENCE In "Back to Nature"
A New Act. A New Idea, ..New Material. New Faces. Clean Comedy.
A Happy Combination
Every Wodnesday and Thursday will be shown
"THE BR6KEN COIN"
Ye Liberty Theatre
TOMORROW AND MONDAY
Rex Beach's Greatest Story, In 9 Reels
A 25-Cent Show for 10 Cents
Elsewhere You Would Pay
is sold on
dence is a
One single breach
acts the same as a
frost on the early
When you buy a new
suit, you come pretty
near buying of a firm
in whom you have con
fidence. Same way with us
in having our clothing
We do"'t dare to or
der of makers other
than those in whom we
have the fullest confi
dence. Consequently, when
you buy your new Win
ter Suit or Overcoat of
us, we feel dead sure
we are giving you full
value for your money.
New Suits at
Overcoats at the
same range of prices.
The Toggery 107 Com'l St.
tioned for permission to sell some real
property to clear a mortgage. The
mortgage is for 710 and is on 10 acrea
of bind located near Hilvertoa.
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bnruou i?ina results
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