Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, December 11, 1915, Page SIX, Image 6

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It is alwavs your aim to make as many of your Friends happy during Xmas Time as possible. What would bring more iov to Mother, Sister,
Brother. Father or Wife than a nice piece of Furniture to fill in the gap that every home will have. A library table, dining table, chair, rug,
portable lamp, curtains, book case, fern stand: we could still go on and recite articles that would be a pleasure to the home and would make
the recipient happy.
The whole familv would appreciate a Davenport-father
and give terms if terms are desired, and we will exchange
Our Prices are the
Quality Considered
Free Methodist.
.o. 1228 North Winter atreot. Sun
csy services: Sabbath school 9: 45.
Preaching at 11 a. m. null 7:45 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursduy 7:45 p. m.
W. J. Johnston, pastor.
First Methodist Episcopal.
Corner State mid Church streets,
Richard N. Avison, minister. 9:00 a. m.,
Class meeting. 1:45 a. m., Sabbath
wchool, Messrs. Schramm, and Gilkey,
superintendents. 11:00 a. m., Morning
worship, sermon by tho pastor. 3:00 p.
in., Rev. J. C. Spencer will speak nt the
Old Peoples Home. 0:30 p. m., Interme
diate League, Mrs. M. C. Findley, super
intendent. 0:30 p. m., Epworth l.eugiio,
MisB Eva Scott, president. 7:30 p. m.,
J-ivening worship, sermon by the pastor.
Musis by the chorus choir both morn
ing and evening under the direetion of
Dr. Frank V. t'hace.
1 First ChrtoUML
Corner High and Center, F. T. Porter,
minister. Bible school 9:45 a. m., Dr.
II. C. Epley, director. Juniors in new
qiinrters, two orchestras. 11:00 a. m.,
Worship and sermon, fifth sermon on
Typhus. 0:30 p. m., C. K., good attond
mice. 7:30 p. m., Sermon, tuberculosis
Sunday.- Steroopticnn with a study of
health. Good music.
First Church of Christ, Sclontist.
Sunday services are held nt 410 Che
meketn street, nt 11 n. m., and 8 p. in.
Subject of Bible lesson, "Is the Uni
verse, Including Mini, Evolved by
Atomic Force t" Sunday school nt 9:4fi
a. m. Wednesday evening testimonial
meeting at 8 o'clock. Rending room
Mill Wood
Spaulding Logging
A Leather
for Father. What adds
more comfort to a man's
life after a hard day's
work than a comfy rocker
in the Hubbard building, suite 303, and
is open every day, except Sundays and
holidays, from 11:45 a. m. to 4 p. m.
All are welcome to our services and in
vited to visit our reading room,
Castle Chapel United Brethj-eu.
Corner Seventeenth stroet and No
brnska avenue, II, B. Dorks, minister,
u. u. looker, Hunday school superiu
tendeut. Bible school 10 a. in. Morn
lug worship 11 a. m., subject "Hidden
Treasure." Christina Endeavor 0:30 p.
m. evening servino r.ii). Alid week
prayer meeting Thursduy 7:30 p. m.
You aro welcome here. We stand for
righteousness, social justice and relig
ious dignity.
East State and Eighteenth streets,
Georgo Koehler, pastor. Sundny school
in uormnn and English at 1U oclock;
Holy Communion and preaching sorvice
at 10:30 a. m., subiect, "God's Wonder
ful Highway." Luther Lengtie at 0:45
p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p. m
subject, "Christ Our Best Friend."
Highland Friends.
Corner of Highland and Elm streets.
Sabbath school promptly at 10 a. m
Earl Pruitt, superintendent. Meetings
for worship 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Christian Kndenvor 0:15 p. m. Prnyer
meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. Josephiue
Itockett, pastor. Phono 1105.
Ministerial Union,
The Snlehm Ministerial t.'nion meets
In the Y.. M. O. A. building, Mondnv
morning ut 10:30 oclock. He v. S. S.
Muinoy will rend a paper entitled,
"Amos, His Message and Tjmes. ' A
good attendance) is desired.
Corner Chemeketn and
sti ts, Richard F. Tlscher,
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for Sister, during
her study hours.
might remember this little hint. Remember our store will
goods if same are not damaged after leaving the store.
Sunday school nt 10 o'clock, Miss Ethel
Fletcher, superintendent. Morning ser
vice at 11 o'clock, subject "The Power
and Blessing of Religion.' Musio by
Mrs. I,. Turver, MrH, Walter Denton, i
organist. "Social Service Meetintr,"
at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Tischcr will speak
upon "The Key to Success." Good
music. All friends of progressive
thought interested in social and human
progress are invited to these servicos.
Bring your friends.
Commons Mission.
No. 241 State street, Captain Slover
la expected to speuk Suuduy at 3 p. m.
and also to conduct meetings every
evening for Bovoral weeks. Meetings
on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday at 2 p. m. Second hand clothing
and all kinds of eatables solicited which
are given free to the needy. AH wel
come, rhonc 018. J. D. Cook, super
intendent. Associated Bible Students.
Regular weekly cluss study in up
stairs hall, at southwest corner of High
and Ferry streets, Sunday at 10 o'clock
a. m. All Bible Btudents welcom. Phono
First Congregational.
James Elvin, pastor. Sunday school
at 10 o'clock, Prof. W. I. Stalcy, super
intendent. Morning servic.o at 11
o'clock. Subject, "The Grace of Kind
ness.' Christian Kndenvor 0:30. Even
ing service at 7:30. At this Bervice an
illustrated address on, "Japan, the
Laud of the Lotus Flower," will be
given by the pastor. Speciul music
morning nnd evening by chorus choir,
directiou of Win. McOilchrist, Sr. Meet
ing of pastors and Sunday school su
perintendents on Mondny evening 7:30
oclock. Tuesday evening regular
mommy meeting or tno Men's club. I)r,
Geo. E. Paddock, of Portland, nnd F. C.
Butler, of Hubbard, will be tho speak
ers. Dinner will be served by the lad
ics or mo cnurcu ut itwu. Thursday
evening mid week service nt 7:30. Stud
ies in the book of Acts,
Comer Capitol and Marion streets. W.
O. l.ienknenipor, pastor. Sunday school
at 10 a. m, Morning worship in Ger
man at 11 o'clock. Subject, "The Foro-
runner," an advent sermon, Evening
service in EugliHh nt 7:30. Subject
"The Threefold Message of the Go
Swedish Tahornacle, M. E.
Corner South Fif teenfh and V '
streets, Rev. John Ovall, pastor. Serv
ices at 3 p. m. and 8 p. m. All Scandi
navians me most cordially invited to
Leslie Methodist Episcopal
Sunday school 9:45 a, m., Joseph Har
bor, superintendent. Morning service II
o'clock, Junior League 3 p. m., Mrs.
J. O. Spencer, superintendent. Epwortfc
League 0:30 p. m. Evening service 7:30,
sermon topic, "In the School of
Christ." Special music at the morning
service will be furnished by a Urge
male chorus.
Court Street Church of Christ.
Corner Seventeenth and Court sta.
Bible school 9:45 a. m. Morning wor
ship 11 a. m. Evening service 7:30 p.
m. B. II. Kirhy, Bible school superin
tendent. Pulpit will be supplied both
morning nnd evening by Miss Elir.abeth
Ware of the Eugene Biblo university.
First Presbyterian.
The author of the book of Proverbs
taught that better than the her of
Our Store is Ar
. ranged for Easy
Xmas Shopping
Jericho or Richmond or Munilla is he
who has conquered himself. The
thought will be ampliflod in the evening
sermon by the pastor, Carl II. Elliott.
In the morning he will give a review
of the book of the greatest preacher
of Old Testament times, Isaiah, the
Jason Lee Memorial.
At the corner of Jefferson and N.
Winter streets, J. Montcalm Brown,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m., O.
M. Roberts, superintendent, Mrs. W. C.
Kmmol superintendent primary depart
ment. Preaching service at 11 a. m.
and at 7:30 p. m. Epworth league de
votional service at 0:30 p. m. Strang
ers are specially welcomed to all ser
vices. United Evangelical
North Cottage street, between Ma
rion and Center, A. A. Winter, minis
ter. 10:00 a. m. Sunday school, Mr,
A, A. Flesher, superintendent. Preach
ing services 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m,
Captain Slover, ex-chief of police of
Portland, will speak in the morning
and tno pastor in tno evening. 4:UU p.
m. Junior Endeavoi, and 6:30 p. m.,
K. It of C. E. meeting, topic, "Our
I'ledgo," leader, Mr. Ray Sehmalle. On
Tuesday evening 7:30 there will be
'en at tho cnurch an excellent liter
ary and musical program under the
auspices of the ladies aid society. At
8:30 p. m. Wednesday tho regular
montuiy missionary meeting or the
Woman's Homo and Foreign society
will bo hold at the home of Mrs. J. A.
Remington, 302 N. Church. 7.30 p. m,
Thursday, mid week prayer meeting,
Welcome to all these services.
W. O. T. U.
Mary K. Shaver will address the
gospel temperance meeting SundBy at
o ciock at Kaniu memorial Mall. Sie-
clal music. You are requested to be
South Salem Friends.
Corner 8. Commercial and Washing
ton atreots, H, E. Pemberton, pastor.
Biblo school at 10:00 a. m., B. C. Miles,
superintendent. Meeting for worship
and preaching nt 11:00 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. C, E. meeting 0:30. Pravcr
meeting Thursday at 7:15 p. m.
Miss Mary Schmaltz, of Mt. Angel,
visited with Miss Julia Do Jardin one
day this week.
Miss Nellie Smith left for Portlnnd
Saturday to visit her sister Mrs. Maud
ine Mall.
Tho ladies Missionary Society will
meot Wednesday, December 15th, at
the home of Mrs. A. W. Stewart.
Mrs. ('. K. Stravena Is havlnir a. small
addition built to her house. E. Mulo
and son are doinir tho work.
Mr. Frank Niuler attended the Ma
rion county veterans association which
met in Salem Thursday, December 2.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W.
Ciitsforth. December 8. 1915. at 9
o'clock p. m an einht Bound bov.
Clyde is the tallest man in town.
I). Morgan was brouvht homo from
tho Willamette Sanitarium last Satur
day and his condition was so much Im
proved that his many friends are san
guine of a complete recovery .Star.
Edna Stevens. Knthcrne Coomler and
Joaslo Sawyer are tho proud owners of
new pianos recently purchased at Wills
music store in Salem.
Mrs. Clyde Phillips and daughter,
Ms jino and Margaret Barnes, were in
this section Tuosdav.
Preparations aro being made for a
program to be given at the Orange
hall Christmas week. Further an-
i 11 i (IipUfflfflUUI
for Mother. Who
takes more pride in
the home than Moth
er? Help her.
alwavs take care of you
Mrs. 11. (J. Mn,.k rntnrnorl
Portland Sunday evening where she has
uevn me past two weeks for treatment
and while she is weak from the opera-
is n.-cuverin(f nicely.
urns. L. Wilson was running the
nnes on his farm property last Tues
day morning, those on the north divi
siou. Mr. Wilson had known for some
time that his lino fenco was out of line
in some places and took this time to get
niin iMumr remeaiea.
wr. and Mrs. G. W. Meeker and
daughter, Mane, who have been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Meeker the past
few weeks, left Monday for their home
in Lincoln, JNeb. Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Meeker accompanied them as far as
Rev. F. C. Butler is home from his
eastern trip, having spent two months
with relatives in eastern Canada, after
me close or the .National conference of
Congregational churches, at New nnv
en, Conn. Ho took iu the fair at San
t raacisco on the way home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Palmer visited
with H. L. Mills at Aurora this week.
"Billy" came home Wednesday, came
up with Mr. Mills, who came to Beck's
for a load of lumber for his new house
ncaringr completion.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clark and chil
dren returnod to their home in Tacoma
Tuesday morning aftor two weoks spent
with relatives in Hubbard and Broad
acres, since the death of their mother.
Airs. Martha E. Clark. Mrs. Joseph
Clark is Rodney Melvln's sister.
At the poultry show being hold in
Portland this week, L, M. Meeker won
eight prizes on his black minorcas and
partridge plymouth rocks. There were
75 entries in those two classes and the
Hubbard pen received second place. The
cockerel in eacn pen was given second
and the minorcas won the second spe
cinl prise on color, third on pullet,
iourtn on ncn and tilth on pullet.
Mr. Clnrence Trefs, of Colleee Place.
Walla Walla, Wash., spent the past 111
days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Rodel, returning Sunday morning
and will stop in Portland a few davs
on tho return trip. Mr. Trefz is a stu
dent nt tho Seventh Day Adventist
school at Walla Walla.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Roberts and
daughter, Miss dentin, and son Howard
of LnCrosse, Kan., arrived in Hub
bard Saturday and are the guests of
tho Troudt and Ott families this week.
Mr. Roberts is a prosperous machinist
of LaCrosso, On Tucsdny Miss Glennn
visited the Bitncys at Woodburn, form
er Kansas friends. They spent some
time at the fair at San Francisco and
will visit Seattle, Spokane and points
in Montana before returning home by
Christmas time,
George Wolfcr received another let
ter Tuesday morning from C. H. Bohm,
who Is taking care of his father, Chns
Bohm, who fell and broke his hip at
Cottage Grove last week, stating there
Is little hope of his father's recovory
and he seems to be gradually sinking.
The senior Bohm formerly lived in
Hubbard. Wednesday Mr. Wolfer re-
-ceived word that death occurred on the
6th and funeral on the 8th. Mr. Bohm
was an old timer In Hubbard and is
remembered as a fine man, a good me
chanic and a splendid neighbor. Enter
prise. nouncements later.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Waltmaa visit
ed at her mother's Sunday.
Sherman Rickard shipped t load of
hogs to Portland, Tuesday.
Winter Bangham, our new school
clerk was around taking the census a
few days ago, Gcrvais Star.
All In Readiness
For Concert Wednesday
All is in readiness for the annual Y.
M. C. A.-Y. W. C. A. concert which will
be given Wednesday night nt tho opera
house. A final rehearsul will be giv
en probably Tuesday night on tho Btage
Monday night soloists nnd members of
the chorus are to have final practico in
the association null.
The solos this seuson will be partic
ularly noteworthy becnuse each singer
was requested to pick out the selection
he or she considered the best that sing
er's repertory. The result has been
that the solos will bo unusually fine,
Solos will be rendered by Mrs. T. H.
Galloway, Tom C. Ordemann, George C.
L. Snyder, Frank Barton, Carl Gabriel
son and H. R. White. The mnnaire-
ment is considering adding another to
this list.
Architect F. A. Lege and Frank Bar
ton are together working out the final
details of the stage Betting and lighting
The trellisscd terraces which form
the main setting are now being con
structed. Mr. Barton promises some
novel effects in colored lights among
the flowers with which the trellises are
woven and gorgeous color will flood th
entiro stage during descriptive num
bers on the program. Predictions are
ti.at this year's concert will outshine
any of previous seasons in every way.
Tickets are on sale at Pntton's book
store, the Commercial book store,
George C. Wills' music house and at the
offices of the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W.
C. A. Reservations of seats will be
made at the opera house box office be
ginning Mondny nnd tho first there
will have their choice of scats.
Tho complete program for the con
cert follows:
1 Curtain Raiser "The Wedding
of the Sunshine and the Roso."
2 Baritone Solo "Armorer's Song.'
(De Koven) . . Mr. Frank Barton
3 An old favorite resurrected)
"Come Where the Lilies .
. Bloom." Thompson ........
Mixed Quartet
4 Baritone Solo (a) "The Sun
shine of Your Smile."
Lilian Ray
(b)'"The Clang of the Forge."
Rodney . . . Mr. Tom Ordemann
5 Sextette from "Lucia." Mrs. Gor
don McOilchrist, Miss Eugenia
Mclnturff, Mrs. W. T. Bnbcock,
Miss Ruth Brown, Messrs. Wm.
McOilchrist, Sr., H. W. Bross,
George C. L. Snyder, Albert H.
0 Contralto Solo (a) "Samson ct
Delilah." San Sants
(b) "My Little Irish Girl." Lohr
Mrs. T. H. Galloway
7 "Moonlight on the Lnko."
White Ensemblo
8 Bass Solo "Davy Jones' Lock
er." Petrie
Mr. George C. L. Snyder
9 Twenty Minutes in Dixie Land
(a) Character Solo "We'll Have
a Jubilee in My Old Kentucky
Home." Mr. Carl D. Gubrielson
and Male Chorus
(b) Malo Quartet Medley of
Southern Songs Messrs. Carl
Gabrielson, II. R. White, Fletcher
Mclnturff, John F. White
(c) Chnrncter Solo "I Wasn't
Scared But I Thought I Had
Better Go." Mr. H. R. White and
Men's Chorus
(d) Tenor Solo "Memories. "
Van Alstyne -. . . .
Mr. Fletcher Mclnturff
10 Grand Finale "Good Night,
Good Night Beloved." Pinsuti
The Turner public school is one of
the most busy places in this section of
the country, ns one enters the building
and goes from room to room he is im
pressed with that wondorful intensity
with which students and teachers are
working. The visitor may go to tho
library, the laboratory, tho study hall,
or visit the chapel and he is confront
ed with the tremenduous effort that is
put forth. Each pupil is earnest about
his work. There is no affectation.
Some of life's problems are being mot
and solved.
As one begins to look for a cause of
all this earnestness and work he finds
that be is still in the midst of a spirit
of enthusiasm which is even reaching
beyond the school building and grounds
and it is soon round that the people of
this district voted last June to have a
standard high school and that the phys
ical apparatus for the teaching of
science has been installed, that a stan
dard library of over 250 volumes has
been purchased in addition to tho New
International Encyclopedia which con
sists of 24 volumes, and that tables,
chairs and other equipment have been
added to show the people a earnest in
tentions to establish a standard high
There are 14 students attending the
high school from other districts than
district 79.
One of the striking features in the
enrollment this yenr is that the boys
outnumber the girls in every room.
There are 53 boys and 42 girls in the
school at the preseut time.
Tno attendnace this year has been
the best that It has been for years, al
most reaching perfection.
The efficiency report which contains
tho highest averages in ench grado
camo out Inst week. This report is
for the month ending November 20 and
is as follows:
High School
Seniors Arthur Salisbury, first
rnnk, M 1-3; Emma Hohl, second rank,
Juniors Ivsn Hadlcv. first rank,
94s Meryl Smith, second rank, 93.
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rank, 93; Khun Wirsing, second rank,
92 6-7.
Freshmen Rotvcna Smith, first
rank, 93; Herbert Booth, second rank.
92 4-5.
Eighth grade Hazel Edwards, first
rank, 95; Justus Robertson, second
rank, 94 7-10.
Boventh grado Trwin McHugh and
Halo Mickey, first rank, 97 7-10; Ida
Hohl, second rank, 94 1-10,
Sixth grade Evelyn Osborne, first
rank, 94 4-5; Thelma Delzell, second
rank, 94 2 10.
Accidents During Week
Reported to Commission
Tho State Industrial Aceidont com
mission reports a total of 179 accidents
throughout tho state for the week of
Docember 3 to December 9 inclusive.
Of these one accident proved fatal.
in the total of 179 coses reported
127 wero subject to the workmen 's com
pensation net, 31 were from public util
ity corporations, 20 were from other
firms and corporations who have re
jected the provisions of the act, ana
was from firms and corporations who
do not employ labor in hazardous oc
cupations. The sawmill industry claimed '
greatest number of victims, 44 being re
ported in this line. Following -this come
tho logging industry in which 33 ac
cidents are noted. Railroad operation
resulted in 28 accidents. : '
Marion county furnishes the only fa
tal accident of the week. - Mrs. Cora
Klnr, of Aurora, who was killed by a
Southern Pacific train.
Other accidents occurring in this
county are as follows:
Arthur Kieper, Jefferson, farmer,
injured hand; Nilo M?rl Maek, Stayton,
power plant employe, injured foot; Se
ver Solum, hi I vert on, sawmill employe.
sprained joint.
Howard Trammell spent Sunday with
the home folks.
The B. B.'s met at the home of
Grandma Giggie Wednesday afternoon.
JVliss Dorutlia Whipp, of Salem, is vis
iting at the homo of her cousin. Mrs.
A. M. Fallrich.
F. L. Wiegand went to Salem Tues
The new buyers of the irrigated lands
are beginning to arrive. Mr. Hookster,
who bought the place where the Im
lcys were living, has moved onto his
Mr. Imlcy moved into the house
where Peter Woods has lived the past
yoar and Mr. Wood moved into the
place vacated by the Whitesell family
lust fall. Standard. .
The city election' Monday aroused
but little interest there being practi
cally no opposition to the ticket nom
inated last week at the mass meeting.
J. . Sadler was chosen mayor; G. A.
Ehlen and C. B. Brewer, councilmen:
nnd A. " Fry, treasurer. The vote in
dotail follows: For mayor, J. W. Sad
ler 27, 8. A. Miller 1, H. L. Bents 7.
For councilmen, G. A. Ehlen 33, O. B.
Browcr 27, S. A. Miller 4, L. I. Bnvrfer
2, Goo. Kraus 1, Geo. Wurster 1. For
treasurer, A. M. Fry 32, Geo. Wurster
Li. 1. Snvder 1. Only the names Sad
ler, Ehlen, Brewer nnd Fry were print
ed on tne ballot, the others who re
ceived votes not being candidates. The
total vote was but 35. Aurora Ob
server. MBS. W. W. GRAHAM DEAD.
Mrs. William Wallace Graham, for
mary Lottie Hellenbrand of Salem,
passed away at her homo, 602 Holly
street, Portland Saturday aftftenoon at
about 2 o'clock. She was about 35
years old.
Sho was tho wife of William Wal
lace Graham, the well-known violinist
of Portland and Salem, and is also sur
vived by two small children, William
Wallaco, Jr., and Virginia, aged about
8 and 6 years, respectivcy.
Mrs. G. A. Ehlen of this city wa
among those who attended her funeral
at Mt. Pleasant Monday. Aurora Ob
Roscburg Review
"I will not be a candidate for re
election to the office of state senator
at the next election under any circum
stances," was the statement of Miss
Kathorine Clarke, of Glendale, when
interviewed by a Rovicw representative
over the long distnnce telephone this
morning. ,"I have no definite reason
why I decline to become a candidate for
re-election," said the lady senator,
"but I just don't want the honor. I
served the people of Douglas county in
the senate during the last session of the
legislature, nnd I feel it my duty to
decline re-election. I was certainly
treated with great courtosy by the leg
islators assembled at Salem last win
ter, and I wish to thank the people of
this county for the honor they bestowed
upon me.
for both Roofs and Buildlnm.
slightly used for one-fourth original
AT 16.00.