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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, GKEGON, SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1916.
Norwegian Lutheran Church
Opposes Pending Measures
gj i Tho Southern I'aeif ie District of the
g j-United Norwegian Lutheran church of
J America, in convention at faulty , Ore
J 1 Oct. 7, unanimously passed the
I following resolution:
lM Whereas, a vigorous campaign is lie-
ing waged by the enemies of the pres
ent Sunday, law of our state to have
the said law repealed by the adoption
of the Kellaher repeal bill No. lilt!;
And whereas, we regard it as emin
ently fitting and ohviouslv conducive !
fo the general public welfare that the
state shrould muintain A Civic Day of
And finally whereas, - the present
Sundav law ot Oregon can in no wise
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Oak 7-inch pedestal, 42-inch
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Quartered oak, high panel
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ly finished, golden dull,
Quartered oak top 24x42,
one drawer, shelf below,
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meat of the civic or religious liberties
of our citizens, or in any way in con
flict with the First Amendment to the
! Federal Constitution, which provides
1 that ''Congress shall make no laws re
specting the establishment of re
ligion. ' '
I Therefore be it herehv resolved bv
jthe ' Southern Pacific District of the
j United Norwegian Lutheran church of
! America" in ronvtentinn assembled ata
U anbv. Orceon. October 7. 191(1: 1st,
i Thnt we as citizens of the state of Ore- j
J gon earnestly recommend to our peo-
! pie, that thev vote against the Kelln-
her's Repeal measure, known as Hill
M i End, Thnt we ask the pastors of '.ir
H district to inform their members ot ihis
3 I Resolution, and to urge their people to
M:ote against the repeal of our present
EVENING ON THE WILLAMETTE
. (A River of Old Oregon.)
Perry Prescott Retgelm.Tii. -
As at dewfall I am drifting
On Willamette's limpid stream.
Clouds below reflect In whiteness
Clouds above that drift and droam;
Winged winds. from eonth ocas press me )
Tenctorly, with love caress inc;
Ghostly spires of tree-top shadows,
Sombor lances of the twi-light,
Softly mirrored, dimly gleam.
While I rest as If suspended
In a world of wondrous blue,
Half-heard voices softly call n-e
Prom a world beyond my view.
Strains of sagas gone forovcr
Haunt the wind, are silent uevor;
Forms of radiant, mystic beauty
Hover close as zephyrs tender,
Whispering songs, my heart, to you.
Swiftly flowing is the river, '
Verged by fragrant vine and tree;
Dreamful, like the heart's warm throbbing
Restless, as the surges of the sea
Tuneful, aa young Life's sweet singing
Endless, as Old Time's long winging.
Evening star glows low in splendor
Night and Dreams in a bark canoet
Night, my heart, alone with Thee!
3rd, That we further ask the pastors
to take this matter up with the min-
iLteni of Hie other denominations
Cut of Shops In Eight j ;
Hours Is Ford Slogan1
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Solid oak, wide slats in back,
saddle shaped wood seat, all
square stock, well braced,
very substantial, set $10.75
See the display of Hand Decorated China in cur show window, the work of the pupils of Miss Margaret Gill
340 Court St. Complete House Furnisher Main 29
their localities and that they urge their
vigorous assistance in the defeat of the
Sunday abolishment J till.
-th, That with equal earnestness
this convention protest against the see
called " Brewers" Amendment" as a
bold effort to annul our recently en
acted prohibition lnw, and wo urge up
on our pastors nnd people, As a Civic
Duty, to work and vote against, tho
oth, Finally this convention hereby
instructs its 'secretary to furnish such
of its pastors as nre located within the
stnto of Oregon, with each a copy of
these resolutions before the 1st of
November, this year, and that he
further give these resolutions us wide
a publicity in both the Norwegian and
Kngiish press within the state as pos
sible. . Kespert fully,
j. C. Hoseland,
Secretary of the 8. 1. Uistrict.
New York, Oct. 2S. Henry Ford, u
lifelong republican has organized a cam-
' 1 pnign of his own in behalf of the re-el-
. Longest Dry Spell Broken
(Capital Journal Sn'va! Service.)
Quinubv, Dr., Oct. 27 Kain begun
falling last night breaking up n drouth
of several weeks. The last rain of any
importance was early in September, but
this is not the longest dry spell by any
means. Iji 1013 no rain fell from the
23d dav of .lune until August 21st, a
pariod of 57 days, and as this was dur
ing tho growing season much damage
resulted, while the present drouth has
merely caused much dust in the air
but has not injured crops, which were
well grown before it begun.
FERN RIDGE NOTES.
9:45. p. m.
Xo. 1228 North Winter street,
ay services: Sabbath school
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45
prayer meeting Thursday 7:45
W. J. Johnston, pastor.
Sunday services as follows: Knee
drill, 9:30 a. m. Sunday school and
Bible class, 10:30 a .m. Christian
praise meeting, 8 p. m. T. P. L., 6:15
p. m. Salvation meeting, 7:45 p. m.
Week night services every night except
Monday and Thursday. Capt. and Mrs.
Swedish Tabernacle, M. E.
Corner South Fifteenth nnd
streets, Bev. John Ova!!, minister,
vices at 3:30 p. m. and 8 p. m. Preach
ing by the pastor. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m., Oust Anderson, superinten
dent. All are most cordially invited to
First Methodist Episcopal.
Corner State and Church streets, Rich
ard N. Avison, minister. 9:00 a. m-,
Class meeting. 9:45 a. m., Sabbath
school, Messrs. Clark and Smith, super
intendents. 11:00 a.m., Address by
Mr. B. P. Hutton. 3:00 p. m., Song
service at the Old People's Home. 6:30
p. m.. Intermediate League, Mrs. M. C.
1'indlay, superintendent. 0:30 p. ni., Ep
worth League, Miss Eva Scott, presi
dent. 7:30 p. m., A program of sacred
music by the chorus choir directed by
Dr. Frank W. Chace.
meets promptly at 10. o'clock, W. I.
Staley, superintendent. Morning serv
ice at 11 o'clock. Music morning nnd
evening by chorus choir, direction Wm.
McGilchrist, Sr. Subject morning ser
mon, "Salem, Our Beautiful City." In
the afternoon at 3 o'clock a mass meet
ing for men and boys will be held un
der auspices of Congregational church
and Y. M. C. A. The speaker T,-ill be
,T. C. Clark, a V. M. C. A. worker, from
Shanghai, China- The men and boys of
Sr.lent are invited. Christian Endeavor
meeting at 6:30 p. m. I'leasant Sun
day evening service at 7:30. Special
music by chorus choir. Madam Haliday
Haight and Mrs. Peterson will ing a
duet. Address by Judge T. J. Cleeton,
of the Juvenile court of Portland. Mo
tion picture film featuring work of
Judge Ben Lindsay, of Denver, Colo.
The film is advertised as one of the
greatest temperance pictures ever
ger. 'placed before the American public. Mem-
cers iareni-1 earners associations una
the Women's club and all organizations
interested in saving boys and girls are
invited to attend. By all means fath
ers and mothers ought to be present. A
great picture never before -seen in this
section of the country. Thursday ev
ening meeting at 7:30. Studies in the
Gospel of St. Luke.
Cottage and Center streets. Rev. O
L. Lovell, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. ni. Divine worship and preaching at
11. Rev. S. S. Mumey will preach. Com
munion service will follow. Christian
Endeavor at 6:30 and evening worship
and sermon at 7:30.
James Elvin, pastor. .Sunday school
Seventeenth and Court streets, Frank
E. James, pastor. Morning: Bible
school at 10; preaching at 11. Evening:
Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30; preaching at 7:30.
The Bungalow will observe Salem day.
Comer of Highland and Elm streets.
Sabbath school 10 a. m., Miss -Myrtle
Koiiwurthy, superintendent. Meetings
for worship 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. in.
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m- Prayer
meeting Thursday 7:45 p. m. Como and
worshiu with us. Jouephnie Jlockett,
pastor. Phone 14lt5.
East Ktnte and Eighteenth streets, O.
Kochler, pastor. Sunday school in
German and English at 10 o'clock. Di
vine service at 10:30 a. m- Luther Len-
f;ue at 7 p. in. Evening service in Eng
Uh at 7 :30 p. ni.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
Sunday services are held at 440 Che
meketa street at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Subject of Biblo lesson, " Everlasting
Punishment." Sunday school at 9:45 a.
m. Wednenlny evening testimonial
meeting at 8 o'clock. Heading room
in the Hubbard building, suite 303, is
open every day except Sundays and holi
days, from 11:4. a. m. to 4 p. m. All are
cordially invited to our services and
invited to visit our reading room.
subject, "A Worshipper
Leslie Methodist Episcopal.
Corner Mouth Commercial nnd Meyers
streets, Horace S. Aldrich, pastor.
S):45 a. m., Sunday school, A. C. Bohrn
stedt, superintendent, (iraded and inter
national lessons, classes for all ages.
11:00 a. m., Worship, with sermon,
theme, "Seeking and Saving." Special
music by the newly organized chorus
choir. 3:00 p. m., Junior Epworth
League, Leslie St, ringer, superintendent.
6:30 p. m Epworth Lcaguo devotional
meeting, topic. "Am I Evading (lod's
Call!" Miss Helen Moore, leader. 7:30
m., Song service for 10 minutes, led
the chorus. Sermou by the pastor,
Keep Salem and Oregon dry. That
should bo the determined purpose of ev
ery loyal citizen. Kill the brewers'
amendment. Voto 315 X No. The pas
tor, Carl H. Elliott, will co-opcrato in
observing civic 's Sunday by speuking on
the above subject.- The Junior congre
gation composed of boys and girls of 15
years and under will be addressed for
five minutes and then dismissed during
the hymn that precedes tho regular ser
mon. Pilate's question is the evening
Subject. Music by the quartet com
posed of Miss Clevelnnd, Mrs. Kalin,
Messrs. Devore and Smith.
The farmers union met Snturday of
inu. u...k ,.n,l hnd a chicken dinner
few from Fern Ridge, and
everyone reported an enjoyable time.
A few of the younger boys joined the
uniou. Those that entered were: Tom
uud Al Rieve, Carl Schultebeiii and Paul
j Mrs. N. Neitling is reported ill this
j Miss Frances Neitling returned to
her homo from Portland last week where
slio spent part of tho summer with hor
sister, Mrs. V. W. Herrle. Sho reports
j an en.joynblo time.
Christ (Jicblor made a business trip
to town Monday of this week.
! J. A. Wourms und family were in
All tho farmers of Fern Jticlge aro
waiting for ruin so they can do their
John Nietling was a town caller on
Margaret Schulteiibein and Miss
Trimberger, were visiting in Slielbinii
last Sunday and report an enjoyable
John Et.el, A! Fredal, Vinco Kits
inger and George Etstol were in Siibliiu
ity Jast evening. Staytun Standard.
was enjoyed by a representative attend
ance, and a vocal solo, "Come I'nto
Me," Huberts, by -Mrs. Frank Frickey,
was much appreciated. Next Tuesday
tho delegates to the state convention
will give a report of the work done at
the convention. One new member was
received by the union during the busi
ection of President Wilson
"With the slogan 'out of the shops
in eight Iiouih', I'm going to spread thu
gospel of tho eight-hour working day.
ISy public announcements and by pub
lic display of uctunl figures unci statis
tics taken from the books of mv own
hiiuMiiiua I'm ,,,,'i,,r ,,,,,, ll.nt thiol
economic meusiire. which tho president
advocates and has had made into law,
will benefit not only the employes of
this country, but the employers us well.
Welfare of People.
"About politics as a business,'' .Mr.
Ford went on, "I know nothing at all.
But about Woodrotv Wilson I know a lot
Ho is the most hiimnn man, the most
sensible man, the most businesslike man,
witlinl, I ever encountered.
"The great trouble with this country
is that labor has never properly sinned
in the profits it has earned for capital,"
Mr. Ford went on. Then he drew n
ben 111 i tn I liiilnve ftf "mill tiriiuiw.ril "
" I" ' 1 1 J
every workingmau owning his inu-
I'hine, every ono who wished living
the country, ten or twenty
his place of employment.
".Make the lot of the industrious peo
ple more com'tortiible, and the v.liole na
tion will be better off." he continued.
"And that's what Wooilrow Wilson
has in his breast the pence anil comfort
of the industrious people.
"I hope every workingmau who knows
me and my attitude towurd workinginen
will vote for the president's return. And
I hope the employers of the industrious
will take my advice, too, for they will
renp much greater profits.
No Honor Sacrificed.
"Mr. Wilson has not sacrificed the
slightest fraction of the national honor
in keeping us out of war. You, I, u II
the rest of us, would fight if it were
really necessury, but we're not going to
fight for Hearst's ranch in Mexico, or
for the gains which thu interests miirht
make if America wero involved in tho
European slaughter. We shouldn't bn
pushed into the carnage by the 'unseen
hands' of Wall street.
"1 haven't heard a single sound rea
son put forward why Mr. Hughes should
Portland, Ore., Oct. 2S. Flour
climbed 20 cents higher tuduy.
.Millers aiiiioiinceil Unit all
grades of patent family flour
would sell tor fs.lMi per barrel.
This is another new record. An
effort was made lo boost tho
price yestenlny, but one mill
held out agaiiisl it and the raise
was not iiiiiiniimed until this
)s :)( jc ):
slriiiiient, or iltmh hoard. With theso
nddei! improvements the board now car
ries besides the two mentioned, a speed
ometer, electric, starting ami lighting
plugs ami mi ammeter, giving thu ear
ail the earmarks of many higher priced
machines on the market today.
A new typo of wind-shield ia also fea
tured. The upper half of tho windshield
overlaps the lower half, making it ab
solutely ruin-tight, lit addition to this
the gla::s is fitted wtth shock absorbers,
eliminating nil vibration and pussiblu
din nee, of broiikiige.
Besides these, (lie seats of the new
Maxwell are considerably wider, longer
and deener, and the rear siu-iiius hnvo
miles from been lengthened tully six inches, giving
thu car udded f'exibiltty and comfort
In its riding ipiulities.
While theso new features of the Mux
well cur represent an added manufactur
ing rust of many thousands of dollars,
tlio price of the car will remain tho
same as on the preceding model. '
"All of this is in line with the strict
policy of the Maxwell Motor company,"
said, T. .). Toner, supervisor of the Mux
well, Motor Sales corporation, Pacific,
Coust division, in discussing the pew
features of tho ear, "Efforts at tho
factory always have beer and always
will be to continue improving thu pro
duct nnd keep it constantly ubreust of
the best practices of tho industry."
Brichoux Found Guilty
of Second Degree Murder
Vale, Ore., Oct. 2H. Attorneys 'for ).
('. Hriclioiix today announced hu would
fight for a new trial when ho comes up
for sentence Monday on a charge of
lo elected. And there is against him the i killing H- '. t!oodiii, wealthy Idaho
great I ig reason that WnH street and sheep num.
the intercuts are all for him.
"We'll pay with lives and wealth
and comfort, if we nre pushed into this
v.ar by these 'unseen hands.' "
Maxwell Refinements Place
Car In Front Ranks
The jury brought In a verdict of sec-
lOiid degree murder. Hriclmux admit ted
jthe killing but, suid Goodwin was futul-
ly injured accidentally.
I Brichoux was Goodwin's chauffeur.
I The sheep mull disappeared while driv
ing with Brichoux along the Snake riv
jer. His corpse, weighted down with lira
, chains, wus found in the stream several
I'miltcred in nil of the essential de
tails which have placed the .Maxwell 2.")
in the front ranks of popular priced mo
tor cars, this iiutnmcbilc uppenred on
the local market during the oust week
with a number of new refinements wliisli
will undoubtedly prove a great stimu
lant to the sale and distribution of this
machine in the west.
Among these refinements which first
attract tho eye and appeal to tho buy
er nre the gasoline gauge and the dash
light which have been ndded to the in-
W. O. T. 0.
Rev. Wm- W. Rosebraugh will deliver
the gospel temperance address at Ramp
Memorial hall Sunday at 4 o clock.
You are invited to be present.
. Rural Congregational.
H. C. Stover, minister. Sunday school
at 10 a. in. Morning worship at 11
o'clock. Christian Endeavor at 7:30
Corner South Nineteenth and Ferry
streets, It. C. Stover, minister. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. No morning sermon.
Junior Christian Endeavor at A p. in.
Senior Endeavor at 0:45 p. m. Evening
sermon by the pastor at 7:30 o'clock.
Prayer nnd Bible study hour on Thurs
day at 7:30 p. m,
The following correction to the W. C.
1. V. notes as they appeared in last
Saturday's pacr should be noted: The
period under discussion dated not from
England, hut from Babylon in 557 B. C.
to the present time, ljist Tuesday after
noon the social meeting and silver toa
TAKEN OFF FLAVEL RUN
San Francisco, Oct. 2. preparatory
to operating the passenger steamer
Great Northern between hero and Ta
waii this winter, officials of the Hill
lines from several points on the coust
firo arriving today for a conference to
bo held next week. Tho Great North
ern's first sailing is scheduled for No
vember 7. Her sister ship Hie Northern
Pacific, will continue tho Suu Francis-co-Flavel
run, with sailings every four
T-H.4-T4TT4,4.-r - t4t
Comer High and Center streets, F. T.
Porter, minister. Rally day, 9:45 a. in.
Mobilization of all forces for great ser
vice under direction of Dr. H. O. Epley.
Be ono of 1015 12 and the hulf has not
been told. New classes formed. A won
dorful school. Come and sec. Worship
nnd sermon 11 a. m subject "Civic
Pride." Mary SchulU, violinist. C E.
0:30 v. m. Evening service 7:30. A
public discussion of the measures to be. J
voted on the sevemn or jNovemoer. i.ii
B. Kay will be tne main spenxer ioiiow
ed by a generul discussion. Do you un
derstand these measures! If not, come.
Preaching services at the Vnited
Brethren church, 12th and Mission
s'reets, Sunday, 29th, 11 a. m. by Mrs.
MeElroy: J:30 . in. by the Kev. Jlilier,
colored. All cordially invited.
We Chedbrc$eyou toet
Belter results Imn weanvf
pu with a little Want Ad ,
Try one to-morrow.
The following letter is one among hundreds I receive
from former Salem people asking for Clothes like the
ones I made them before. Proof that the materials
and workmanship stand the test.
Mosher, Tailor, October 23, I'.UU.
Will you kindly mako me a suit on the same measurement as those
formerly mndo for mo by you, except that tho pants legs should be at
least half an inch shorter, and sond to mo by parcel post, at your earliest
I wnut the suit to be mndo of good quality of cloth, gray in color, Ox
ford gray preferred, medium weight, and as near the former price as the
times will permit. I want something thnt will wear well B- well ns look
well. I havo been so well sutisfied with tho two former suits ordered
from you that I am willing to leavo the thoico of cloth, etc., entirely to
Yours very truly,
(REV.) O. A. ST1I.1.MAN,
Former Pastor of the Central C'oiigregiitionul Church,
We have a large line of New Fall and Winter
Woolens for your inspection. See us in our new
D. H. MOSHER,
474 Court Street Salem, Oregon
Tailor to Men and Women