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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, OCT. 14, 1916.
PENNSYLVANIA'S 14-INCH GUNS
WHICH MADE HITS AT ELEVEN MILES
C PENNSYLVRNIR'5 J4--NCH GUNS, j
la this picture we see some of the
fourteen inch guns of the new battle
ship Pennsylvania, h otojra plied after
they, with their sinter guns of like
caliber, showed the world some marvel
ous gunnery in the recent practice. The
Pennsylvania was placed in commis
sion on June 12 last, and already her
rtrst Church of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday services held at 440 Chemeke
ta street, at 1 a. m. and 8 V. m. Sub-
biff guns and her men have shown their) ject of Bjble lesson, "Doctrine of
Hev. David Hasscl will preach. Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m. All Hvamliiiaviaus
are most cordially invited to attend. ,
ability to hit a target eleven and a I Atonement." Hunday school at 9:45 a-
half miles away with shells weighing j m., Wednesday evening testimonial
1,400 twiinds apiece. Js'o wonder the meeting at 8 o'clock. Beading room in
men o! 'tho Pennsylvania and Captain the Hubbard building, suite 303, and is
Henry B. Wilson, her commander, are
proud of their splendid ship
jfo. 1228 North Winter street. Sun
ay lervieei: Sabbath school 9:45.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:45 p. m.
W. J. Johnston, pastor.
Sunday services as follows: Knee
drill, 8:30 a. m. Sunday school and
Bible class, 10:30 a .m. Christian
praise meeting, 3 p. m. T. P. L.,. 6:15
p. m. Balvation- meeting, 7:45 p. m,
Monday and Thursday,
Peek night services every night except
tapt. and Mrs.
First Methodist Episcopal.
Corner State and Church streets,
liichard N. Avison, minister. 0:00 a. m.,
Class meeting. 9:45 a. m., Sabbath
wlJl, Messrs. Clark and Smith, super
intendents. 11:00 a. m., Morning wor
ship. Sacrament of the Lord's supper.
:!:00 p. m., The pastor will administer
the sacrament of the Lord's supper at
the Did People's Home. 6:30 p. m., In
termediate League, Mrs. M. C. FindleyJ
superintendent. 0:30 p. m., Kpworth
Leugue, Miss Eva Scott, president. 7:30
p. m-, Evening worship, sermon by the
pastor. Music morning and evening by
the chorus choir under the direction
of Dr. Prank W. Chacc.
open every day, except Suiidny's and
holidays, from 11:45 a. m. to 4 p. m. All
are welcome to our services and invited
to visit our reading room
W. C. T. XT.
"Militarism and Mexico," subject of
iliwmirsi liv I . I.. Kalliff at W. (!. 1 . U
hall Sunday, 4 p. m.
"We live in deeds not years; In
thoughts not .breaths; in feelings, not in
figures on a dial." Sermon by the
pastor, Carl H. Elliott in the morning
at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30
o'clock. Music by the quarteft;
Corner of Highland and Elm streets.
Sabbath school 9:45 a. m., Mrs. Myrtle
Keuworthy, superintendent. Meeting for
worship Jl a .ni. Christian Ludeavor
H:30 p. m. A missionary program will
be given at 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 7:45- Everybody
welcome. Josephine Hockett, pastor.
Services tomorrow as usual, 3 p. m.
Everybody that is interested in any way
about a revival in Salem this fall or
winter is invited to attend these meet
ings. Brothel Dewey will come ngain
soon for that work. Win. Kcuyon, superintendent.
James Elvin, pastor. Sunday school
meets promptly at 10 o 'clock. W. I. Sta
ley( superintendent. Morning service
at 11 o'clock. Music morning and ev
ening by chorus choir, direction of Wm.
McUilchrist, Sr. Sermon subject, "Sa
lem's Indebtedness to Willamette Uni
versity." Christian Endeavor meeting
at o:dO p. m. Pleasant Sunday even
ing serviee. "Kally day" at 7 o'clock.
Special program, music and class exer
cises by members of the primary class.
Motion pictures, "The Story of Jos
eph. ' Children and young people es
pecially invited. Thursday evening ser
vice at 7:30 n'elnck.
Leslie Methodist Episcopal.
Corner South Commercial and Meyers
streets, Horace N. Aldrich, pnstor. Sun
day school 9:45 a. in., A. C. Bohrnstedt,
superintendent. Kally day, with special
program. Morning worship It o'clock.
Theme, of sermon, "The Highest Type
of Life." Junior Epworth League 3
p. in. Leslie Springer, superintendent.
Devotional meeting of the Epworlh
League, 0:30 p. in. Evening worship
with sermon 7:30 o'clock. Subject, "The
First Sin." Special music by the
chorus choir in morning and evening
United Evangelical I
Cottage and Center streets, Rev. O.
L. Lovell, minister. Sunday school nt
10 a. m. Divine worship and preach
ing at 11 . m. "God's Kingdom in
the Earth." Christian Endeavor at 0:30
p. m. Installation of officers. Even
ing worship and sermon at 7:30- Prny
cr meeting Thursday evening at 7:30.
Preaching services at the United
Brethren church, Twelfth and Mission
streets, October 15, at 11 a. m., Mrs.
.Ellen McElroy. All cordially invited.
East State and Eighteenth street,
Geo. Koehler, pastor. ' German and
English Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
Preaching services in German at 10:30
a. m. Subject, "Solomon's Prayer."
There will be no evening service.
Swedish Tabernacle, M. T..
Corner South Fifteenth and Hill
streets. Services at 3:30 and 8 p. m.
- First Christian.
Corner High and Center streets, F. T.
Porter, minister. Bible school 9:45 a.
in., Dr. H. C. Epley, director; C. Scarff,
assistant. Auto truck leaves West Salem
9:10, Highland 9:25. Fine orchestra,
great school- Worship and sermon at
11 a. m. Subject, "Christ Crucified
Among Us." Mary Schultz, violinist.
C. E. 6:30 p. nt. Evening service 7:30.
Subject, "The Duty of Bight Think
ing." Large chorus.
i , Castle Chapel, TJ. B.
I Corner Seventeenth and Nebraska
avenue, Bertha M. Peoples, pastor. Kal
ly day will be observed with appropri
ate exercises Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Sunday school 10 a. m., G. G.
Tooker. superintendent. C. E. 0:30 p.
m., Olive Suter, president. Evening
worship 7:30 o'clock. A cordial invi
tation is extended. Strangers welcome.
A Christmas Present
A $3,000.00 Christmas present is the !
interesting prize that ar well-known
manufacturer is offering for one sin
glo word. The makers of the ''Ever
ready" Flashlights are looking for a
new name to take the place of the
word "Flashlight," which they say
has outlived its usefulness. Originally
these lights merely "flashed," but
nowadays the batteries will give hours
of continuous light.
This Contest is to be featured by our
local dealers, who will distribute the
Contest blanks beginning October 7th.
The Contest closes November 7th at
midnight. These dealers will make
special window displays and demon
strations of Everrcady lights during the
week of October 7th to 14th. See dis
play at Uauser Bros.
Odd Fellows Will Go
to Gervais This Evening
About fifty of tho members of
Chemckcta Lodge I. O. O. F. No. 1
will go to Gervais this evening to at
tend the semi-annual meeting of tho
Marion county I. O. O. F. convention,
which convenes there this afternoon.
The purpose of these meetings every
six months is to creato enthusiasm and
to build up tho various lodges of the
county. While several leave this
afternoon, about 35 will go in autos
and auto-trucks from the hall here
about 6:15 o'clock. Chemeketa lodge
puts on the first degree work and John
Mills will be toastmastcr.
The following is the program out
lined for afternoon and evening:
Business session (Masonic hall)
1:30 to 2:30 p. m.
Program at City Hall, 2:45 p. m.
Address of Welcome Albert Lengrin,
N. G. Gervais Lodge No. 121.
Response J. G. Iddings, P. G. Chemek
eta Lodgo No. 1.
Address "Duties of the Officers of
the Lodge' ' P. G. E. P. Morcom,
Address, 'Our Individual Duties to
the Lodge" P. G. E. P. MMorcom
Woodburn Lodge No. 102.
Report from Sovereign Grand Lodge
r. li. il. Wm. Galloway.
Address Grand Master II. S. West'
brook. Portland, Oregon.
"Good of the Order" P. G. L. J.
Adams, Silver Lodge No. 21.
Ladies of Harmony Rebekah Lodgo
will serve dinner at 0 p. in. Reason
able price. s
Regular meeting of Rebekah Lodge
no. 7.) in Masonic Hull at 7:30 p. m
Visiting members invited.
Convention scconvenes in City Hall a
7:30 p. m., with work in the First
Degree by Chemeketa Lodge No.
Banquet J. A. Mills, Toastmaster.
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i Pa j For
Margaret Ann Mahan was born Jan
uary 12, 1845, at Mt. Carmell, Illinois,
At the ago of 17 sho accepted Christ
as her savior and united with the Meth
odist Episcopal church. She was united
in holy matrimony to Samuel French
White at Zanesville, Ohio, on the third
dav of October, 1X03.
To this union was born seven chil
dren namely: Annie M. Pugh , of
Salem; Alva Ashbury, of Mountain
Homo Idaho; Charles W., of Payette,
Idaho; William W., of Nyssa, Oregon
Dr. B. H. White, of Salem George W.
of Kennebec, South Dakota, Bnd Min
erva W. Working of Mill Citv, Ore
gon. All of whom with the husband
and father are left to mourn her loss,
She departed this life at 11 o'clock
p. m., Saturday, October 7, 1910, at
her home in Salem at the age of
years, 8 mouths and 25 days.
For the past eight years her home
has been here in Salem Oregon. All
those who were acquainted with this
good mother will never forget her
faithful and untiring devotion to her
home and her family. Aside from her
faithful attention to her home and
flower garden she loved so well she
found time to devoto to others. For
getful of her own weakenned condi
tion, the evening before , death called
her she visited a sick neighbor to be
stow sympathy and render any assist
ance possible. Unaware that she was
not to awake again here she fell asleep
peacefully feeling that all would be
AH the absent children were present
for the funeral. The service was con-,
: ducted at the Webb &Clough Chapel !
I by Rev. A. N. Avison of the First
Methodist Episcopal church. The scrip
ture reading was from John 14-23 to
14-3 and Phil. 1-20, 2.1. Dr. Avison
lifted the grief from the sorrowing
hearts of the bereaved by his inspired
words on the theme ''To Die Is Gain."
Mr. Frank Barton and Miss Barton,
his sister, rendered most beautifully
i the hymns, "Nearer My God to Thee,"
and ''Beautiful Isle of Somewhere."
The final resting place of the earthly
tabernacle of this devoted mother is in
the historic Lee Mission Cemetery.
Bulgaria's population is now estimat.
ed at 4.900,000.
When you Advertisers buy
circulars or booklets or postage
stamps, you always check up the quan
tity received to see that you get what you pay for.
hen you Manufacturers buy
st eel or wood or bolts or screws, or raw
material of any kind, you check up every carload
and every little packags to see that you get what you pay for.
When vou Retail Merchants buy stocks
from jobbers or manufacturers, you check up every
smallest shipment that comes to your store to see that you
get what you pay for.
Buy your advertising space the same
way. The better newspapers all over the country
the newspapers whose circulation statements are founded on
facts, not fancy furnish you with certified audita so that when you buy their
advertising upacs you know rtiat vou get what you pay for.
The Audit Bureau of Circulations
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tisers, advertising agencies, newspapers, magazines, farm jour
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Stocks Advance All
New York, Oct. 14. The stock mar
ket opened irergular today, but with re
coveries from the low prices resulting
from the ilbmarine scare. Advances
wore general in the railroad list. Steel
and Kquipment share showed reaction
STRIKINQ OIL WORKERS
with aome nervousnesa and played iaf Bound-Up at Albany. i trusteo: Clco. Susbaucr
during the half day session today. Price t..i, , .... ,... n..,,.ii.' ..i. ........
1 iL. 1! 'movements were irreeular and there . " viuy,:- T
niUUg IUC were many fractional declines and re- lu,'uay r JTnncisco and
uujuBimunia were ma tic. eteoi soul down nBeica, as iney intena to locate in
to 1U8 1-8. The close was firm. ! southern California.
me members of the Catholic order
of foresters of Sublimity hold a joint
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A number of our citizen's attended the Boedigheiiiier, treasurer; August' Alfus,
Traders watched the submarine news I
Bnyonue, N. J., Oct. 14. Blclering
among tho striking oil workera over tho
question of returning to work mused
cancellation today of (he plan for an
open air mans meeting to urge rinsing of
the troubles. The directors of publict
safety felt that there might lie renewal
rioting In view of tliu sitae of the strik
rinns cull for nu attempt to start the
otil plants Mon.lnv and. while matters
are quiet at presifit, authorities are un
certain as to Morning's developments.