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rOETT mST TEAS No. 118
SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1918
PRICE TWO CENTS
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CAMPAIGN FOR SECOND
RED CROSS DRIVE FULLY
ORGANIZED FOR NEXT WEEK
Thomas Kay Heads City'
Campaign Organizer Page
Busy la Country
'Over the top In forty-eight hours! "
lhat is the slogan under which Sa
lem's veteran war-fund workers' will
go forward on Monday morning next in
tuc second Bed Cross War Fund cam
paign. The quota to be raised in Marion
eounty is $30,000 and in Folk county
t9,00, these two counties being com
bined in the drive as they are under
'the jurisdiction of Willamette ehapter
All anangemnts preliminary to be
ginning tho hig drivd on Monday are
practically complete. All territory em
braced by lilt two counties has been
eacfully districted and ably manned,
thanks to the zeal and leadership de
veloped iu the several similar campaigns
of tho recent past.
The campa u will be preceded by a
special meeting for drive workers of
every capfiiily at the First Methodist
church, Saleni, t.t 3 p. m. tomorrow, lbs
importance of this meeting for workers
cannot be over estimated and absence
li equivalent to desertion or sleeping on
duty. The penalties for these offenses
arp n il known and executive ewiwijcy
alone will mitigate the sentence.
Noon li.nchcous will be provided on
Monday and Tuesday as in former
Irives and will be given at the First
One hundred million dolars is asked,
which is allotted to Oregon. Portland
will raise (250,000 and the state outside
of Portland t350,000.
It is the ambitious determination of
local driv6 fcaders, headed by Chairman
Kay and Manager Gingrich, to put Mar
Jon and Polk counties over the top in
ii hours, thus conserving for other val
uable purposes the remaining two
thirds of the time officially allotted.
Both the honor of such an achievement
and the value of the time thus to be
saved throughout the field covering two
counties, constitute a mighty incontive
to such a laudable enaeavoi.
To achieve such a result depends upon
very simple pled go each and every in
dividual is expected to take and act
upon without fail, as follows:
"I shall personally see to it that my
contribution to the Bed Cross War Fund
is made in less than forty-eight hourB
from 8 o'clock, a. m., Monday May 20,
Pledges are payable iu four equal
monthly payments beginning July 1 or
The local committee Ss meeting daily
and oftener when necessary and much
work of a preliminary nature is being
done that will contribute largely to the
success and enthusiasm of the -campaign.
Workers are calling up to volunteer
for service and asking to bo assigned
High school girls, Mildred Eeed, Ger
tie Witzcl, Clara Burtonstein, Alice
Chung, Kuby Welch and Anna Ward
will load Bed Cross cartridges in the
shape of workers envelopes this after
noon at drive headquarters.
The city of Salem has been divided
into thirty districts in the fixing of
which care has been taken to make the
number of calls in each as nearly equal
as possible. Captain and workers in am
ple numbers to reduce the work to the
right basis lor rapia-iire met nous anu
to avoid wearing out the solicitors have
been selected for each. The districts,
boundaries, of which are as yet unan
nounced, together with captain and
teams, are as follows:
1. -C. H. Farhnum, captain; W. L.
West, A, 0. Condit, M. D. McCalliB
ter, Dr. E. E. Fisher, H. Doe, Bussell
Smith, B. W. Walton, C. S. Weller, Geo.
W. Btouer, F. A. English, Ward K. Bich
ardson, E. E. Dennison, Dr. B. H. White.
2. P. M. Collier, captain; B. N.
Hoover, Walter Skelton, E. N. Weller,
Enms Waite, Ernest Anderson, Ira Jor
censen, Earl H. Anderson, J. H. Pauter-
uian, H. C. Fletcher, H. P. Cleveland,
D. A. Hodge, W. H. i,ook, Frank B.
3. Bay L. Farmer, captain; Lee M.
Uaruh, Koy Shields, E. F. Blessing, Ot
to Hansen, C. B. Clancey, A. H. Lea,
Bev. G. L. LoveH, Dr. Fred Ellis, D.
W. Fisher, C. A. Warner, W. Peetz, Bert
iTl. if. 4 ir:t. A Tlf fl.Mi.rl.
nailer, xiorace a., .imm, a. im..
Percy Cupper, J. A. Baker.
4. J. F. Hutchason, captain; Geo
Johnson, P. L. Frazior, W. H. Parker,
' H. J. Meiring, B. O. Behucking, W. T.
Bigdon, John Brophy, A. F. Fellows, W.
P. Babcock, W. B. Minier, Wm. E. An
derson, Glen Unruh.
5, Bay D. Gilbert, eaptain; Mr. Wise
G. A. Wishart, Sam Adolph, E. M. La
Fore, Geo. C. Will, Father J. B. Buck,
Jos.' Adolph, H. E. Bolinger, Geo. E.
Waters, A. L. Wallace, Grant Corby,
Trank Spears. J. E. Hockett, Adam
Korb J. B. Eaton, A. E. Huckestein, Jr.
6. Dr. 0. A. Olson, captain; Bobt.l
A. Witzel, Joe Haines, Ed 0. Pratt, F.
J. Chapman, A. U. Urossman, nusseii
Catlin, J. H. Farrar, P. IS. uraoer, A.
H. Gage, H. H. Bennett, T. J. Cheshirt
D. M. Stever, W. W. Moore,
7.George Wood, eaptain; 8. A. Kiggs Chas. H. Jones, E. A. Miller, H. S. Poi
Xoy Burton, Bev. H. W. Cross, Dr. M. Mi( p. b. Jarman, C. M. Epley, Elmer
C. Findley, Robert Hinz, W. H. Welch, Daue, Sim Phillips, James Graham, Boy
E. B. Millard, F. 8. .Barton, B. P. Boise, Bremmer.
John D. Campbell, Dr. H. C. Epley, E.
A. Adsitt, L. C. Farmer, E. A. Kurtz,
H. Eaid, T. K. Ford.
8. J. B. Littler, captain; C. E. Cash
att, Dr. W. H. Lytle, Rev. John Ovall,
A C. Bornstedt, Max 0. Buren, P. H.
Stith, E. A. Hhoten, A. M. Hansen, A.
P. Trawick, S. P. McCracken, 11. D. Tro
ver, H. G. Thurston, Will T. Keill, N.
C. Kafoury, G. P. Litchfield.
9. Isadore Greenbauui, captain; J.
H. Skaife, H. C. Marvin, W. F. Bite liner,
A. N. Moores, A. E. Hunt, A. B. Poole
M. E. Pogue, Dr. W. H. Byrd, P. M.
Varney, .tldw. Bosteiu, Ralph Uarr.
Frank D. McDonald, A. 1. Eoff, Mer
ritt Davis, L. J. Childs.
10. II. M. Hawkins, captain W. B
Duncan, F. X. Woodry, Euiil A. Schae
fer, Carey F. Martin, Dan F. Laugem
berger, Guy O. Smith, II. F. Bonesteele
K. K Thompson, Chas. E. L-'bold, J. M
Garrison, Cass Gibson, J. C. Jones, J. 0
11. U. S. Page, captain G. E. Ter
williger, S. P. Walters, P. H. Raymond,
E. A. Bennett, Ivan G. Martin, F. K
Lovell, A. A. Lee, John B. Hilenian, H
II. Stanton, K. W. Craig, John Kirk, J
C. Perry, Curtis B. Cross.
12. C. M. Roberts, captain W. H.
Prunk, S. A. Hughes, L. S. Geer, Dr.
Frank E. Brown, E. C. Patton, E. F.
Smith, C. C; Corey, E. Hartley, C. A.
13. J. A. Mills, captain A. A. Un
derhill, J. A. Pooler, H. Pohk, Dr. C. B.
O'Neill, Dr. W. S. Mott, W. H. Lerchen,
D. A. White, John W. Todd, Herbert L.
stiff. Will H. Bennett. Oliver J. Mey-
14. Homer Smith, captain Gale
Lawrence, T. 8. Bilingsley, Lot L.
Peavce, J. W. Eitchi.5, Daa J. Fry, C. 8.
Hamilton, Otto J. Wilson, H. O. White,
W. H. Steusloff, F. W. Steusloff, W. M,
Fleming, Merlin Harding.
15. W. II. Burehardt, captain JN. J.
Haas, Arthur 8. Benson, Geo. M. Brown,
W. M. Plimpton, John McNary, JS. T.
Barnes, J. O. Bailey, E. T. Busselle, G.90.
H. II. Burnett, Fred G. Buchtel, G. U.
Brown, L. T. Harris, I. H. VaiiWiukle,!
F. W. Spencer, Halph B. Jones, Arthur
16. - 8. A. Kozer, captain H. Nuin,
B. J. Hendricks, J. D. Nealc, B. C
Miles, O. P. Hoff, F. A. Elliott, H. H.
Corey, E. F. Carleton, Hal D. Patton,
Ben W. Oleott, W; C. Winslow, Frank
Dav.?y, J. A. Benjamiu, Jas. G. Heltzel,
W. B. Gilson, P. F. Hhoden.
17. Theo, Roth, caption D. G. Dra
gor, Edw. Schuuke, Paul H. Stegc, W.M.
Smith, P. E. Fullerton, U. G. Shipley,
Ben F. West, Jos. H. Albert, M. L. Mey
ers, O. L. Ferris, W. M. Bushey, W. H.
18. Win. McGilchvist, Jr., captain;
Geo. Shaud, F. Jaskoski, Jos. Graber, B.
A. Glover, Clias. A. Park, U. G. Holt,
W. D. Evans, C. E. Knowland, Boy H.
Mills, F. G. Movers, C. E. Albin, A. A.
Mickel, C. B. Wbb, C. L. Cairfiold, J.
B. Cooley, B. II. Campbell, G. L. Steinau,
W. J. Culver, Oliver Beers.
19. F. W. Diirbin, captain George
Sun, Frank T. Schmidt, U. G. Boycr, T.
G. Bligh, Theo.M. Barr, Paul L. Schmidt
R. W. Simeral, W. I. Stalcy, John J. Bob
crts, Wm. Walton, B. W. Macey, T. A.
Livesley, Wm. Richmond.
20. Wm. Gahlsdoif, captain John
Maurer, A. M. Hansen, P. W. Geiner, A.
E. Laflar, W L. Keyes, W. h. Bryant,
Frank Ward, B. B. Fleming, G. W. La
flar, W. A. Weist, Elmo S. White, Cliff
ord Brown, L. P. Aldrich, D. H. Mosher
C. J. Beach.
21. W. H. Trindlo, captain J. O.
Goltra, H. B. Churchill, Chas. N. Cham
bers, C: F. Beuf, Geo. H. Alden, Bev.,B.
N. Avison, S. E. Purvine, Thos. Brown,
B. E. Carrier, E. W. Hazzard, B. A. Sha
ver, 0. E. Price, Dr. B. L. Stceves, J
H. Merriam, David Eyre, W. H. McEl
roy, Paul Marnaeh, C. A. Huston.
22. Jos. 8. Austin, captain W. Wj
Rosebraugh, A. L. Fraser, Jos. Lebold
A. A. Graber, L. W. Gleason, A. B
Gardner, Geo. D. Alderin, Geo. F. Vick
Chas. H. Vick, Elbert Thompson, Theo.
Fawk, G. G. Quackenbush, Jas. McClel
land. 23. G. E. Schacfer, captain C. Van
Patten, R.v. H. C. Stover, B. C. Halley
E. S. Budlong, W. A. Lisf on, C. W. Nie
mcyer, C. M. Inman, Bev. M. B. Par
ounagian, J. A. Wilson, Judge Bond, Dr,
Griffith, W. A. Marshall, Geo. H. Duns
ford; 0. A: Macy, Chas. M. Dennison.
24. R. B. Goodiu, captain Dr. D. C
Burton; E. M. Page, Leo. G. Page, Dr
Eldridge, C. C. Foreman, Henry Lee, D
A. Larmer, Edwin L. Baker, H. A. John
ston, jr., ram iragno, via i. wooimiiy
W. B. Summervilk', W. A. Barkus, J. CV
25. W. E. Emmons, captain J. J
Krapps, Mark Skiff, Mr. Durdall, A. B
Waters, John Rowland, B. D. Barton
A. L. Cleawater, P. H. Holmes.
26. Clvde Bice, captain W. H. Mor
ris, D. Webster, J. E. Scott, F. A. Tur
ner. A. G. Maeers, A. B. Hudelson, Earl
Race, Chas. B. Archerd, J. E. Allison
-vm. Busick, Geo. W. Eyre, 8. 8. EaBt,
Gerald Volk, Frank K. Welles, 8. B
Elliott, D. W. Pugh, E. B. Taylor, C. B
Smith, A. L. Houmard.
27. R?v. H. C. Stover, captain B
Hutcneon, Dr. M. r. Mendelsohn, A. H
Moore, D. C. Minto, F. 8. Lamport
THIS MAP SHOWS
HOW YOUR RED CROSS DOLLAR VAS SPEilT
Bed Cross :$ wF7
: JH MAP north WJW
CH1; LsssS ) 11.243,845
ATLANTIC -J&i OSRmamV V "
SplxS $343,304 pJU
OCEAN . J Austria K
xjp 8.589,899 Ify? JC
p lf Il5.000.000 CTJ I TV'IV
28. B. H. Ling, captain E. T. Barkus
H. V. Compton, Wm. Cherrington, W. F
Pohle, Dr. O. B. Miles, S. H. Snyder, R.
M. Hofer, E. Hofer, F. N. Darby, W. II.
Dancy, Paul Johnson, R. A. Pfeil, Albert
H. GilLe, G. F. Booth, G. A. Fisher,.
9. Fred Thiel'en, captain Oliver :
Achesou, Harvey Beckwith, P. H j
D'Arcey, A. A. Hall, Paul Hauser, Jos.1
Baumgartner, John Riessbeck, W. F 1
Compton, Fred Enxon, F. L. Purvine.
30, W, F. Drager,-captain Roy H.
Wassom,' J. W. Harbison, Wm. McGil
clnist, Sr., Donald niles, P. J. Kuntz
Chester Cox, A. Vt. Schrunk, V. W. Oh
mart, John Bayne, W. L. Cummings, Ir
win Griffith, J. F. Latham, W. 8. Low
Fred 0. Mohan.
THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN
Organization throughout Marion
county is going forward rapidly. Or
Banizer Page has the hearty co-operation
of the war dnve veterans of many cam
paigns in the several precincts and he
says it is a real pleasure to see how
they swing under the load.
A. J. Buumer, as district chairman, is
on the job at Mt. Angl, fcnd with Jos
eph Kerber as treasurer, will go over
the top on record time. These men
have their supplies all on hand and ev
erything in readiness for earnest and
vigorous work. Keenly interested them;
selves, they are developing a kind of
zeal for the work here that will in all
probability set a new record for rural
At Silverton preparations for the
campaign are well under way with Dr
C. W. Keene as chairman and F. E. Cal
lister as campaign manager. Everything
here is in fine shape for a rapid and
successful drive The Scotts Mill:
country, with its many interested locai
workers co-operating to tha fullest ex
tent, will work under the Silverton
Monitor, with A. W. Gillie, chairman
assisted by the same organization that
did such effective work in the liberty
bond campaign, will report as a separate
district. Monitor adjoins Mt. Angel dis
trict and equitable and satisfactory di
visions of territory in that vicinity
have been arrived at between Silverton
Mt. Angel and Monitor. All this 1b
especially gratifying to Organizer Page
who predicts great work in that section
of the country. 1 K
Organizer Page 'fcft bright and early
yesterday morning for Woodburn, hop
ing to reach Aurora also during the day
County organizations for the second
Bed Cross war fund campaign, which
opens on Monday next, is going for
ward rapidly under the superintendents
of Rollin K. Page whose past experienw
through several drives has proven him
a real general in this line of work.
Polk County Organized
tJnder the able assistance of Dr. Star
buck if Dallas, himself an organizer of
demonstrated ability, Polk county is
already thoroughly organized and ready
for work. i
School districts are the units .of terri
tory in Polk county and all are allotted
to their several community chairmen.
The several chairmen and their res
pective school district assignments are
as follows: '
W. L. Soehren, Dallas; Districts 2,
Frank Falk, B. F. D. 1, Dallas; Dis
tricts 10, Salt Creek; 15, Orchard; 68
Archie Parker, Monmouth; Districts.
13, Monmouth; 28, El kins, 24 Cochrane;
J3U Antioch; 49, Sunny Slope, 67, Mietle-
J. J. Thurston, Suver; Districts, 43
Suvcr; 12, Fairview; 22, Valley.
C. V. Johnson, Airlie; Districts, 16
(Continued on page t&ree)
Why Germany Kills
So Many Children
' New York, May 17. Ger- (:
niany's system of warfare is
based on the theory that the
killing of four children out of
five will induce thol'mother to
implore her government to stqp
the war so 'the fifth; may live,
Henry P. Davison of the Bed
Cross declared hero ,'today.
The policy of -peace by
terror" he said, has resulted in
tho murder and maiming of
thousands of women end chil
dren in France and Italy. Dav
ison said this "fiendish poli
cy" of Germany bad not brok-..
en the peoples' spirit as the
Teuton hoped- "Efforts to ter
rorize 'the women, children and
old men at homo" are rtSll be
ing made, he reported, but
they are failing.
Davison -has just returned
from an inspection of condi
tions in the war zones.
CLUB HOUSE OPENED.
The opening of the Silver Falls Tim
ber company club house at the campj
was celebrated Saturday night by a big
dance, I he company ran a special train
out lor the accommodation of guests
and many from town joined in the gai
tit? of the evening.
'lhe new. building has been made mod
em -n every respect. There is a reading
and writing room, well lighted, large
i'-em for dancing and entertainments,
and a confectionery which contains all
the articles the boys may wish. Noth
ing lias been spared to make the place
eoinfortublc and homelike.
.'ack Thomas and Jack Hume had
change of the coniectionery, while Gust
Wast, logging ioieman, B. C. LangA
and Geo. ixuffman attended to the serv
ing of refreshments. Mrs. Gertrude
t-mith, Homer Pitlinan and Paul Han
son furnished the music.
The sixty people going out from town
report a most enjoyable tinva. A most
cordial feeling exists between the boys
of the camp and the people hero and
this good time is only a forerunner of
others to come. Hilv.erton Appeal.
THE STORY OF JESUS THE CHBIST
Presented in Biblical form, by Prof.
Delia Crowder Miller's class in vocal
interpretation of the bible (Willamette
University). Sunday evening, May 19,
at the First Methodist church. Oregon
"For Behold Darkness Shall Cover the
Earth." Mr. E, R. Jones.
Proplnecies, Miss Florence TwidwelL
"His Birth," Miss Nellie Beover.
"His Ministry," Mr. Joseph Benncr.
The congregation will unite in the
"He Bhall feed his flock," Mill Ven
His Ministry Continued, Mr. J. Ford
His Triumphant Entry,". Mr. Wm,
His Last Discourses with His Discip
les," Miss Beover.
"Come onto Him," Miss Louise Ruth
In Gethsemane," Mr. J. W. Warrcll. !
"His Trial," Mr. Benner.
'His Crucifixion," Miss Faye Bolin.
"I Know that my Endeavor Liveth"
Miss Leala Bell MasAddam.
"His Besurrection," Mr. McGrew,
Benediction, Dr. B. N. Avison.
(The Music is from the Messiah)
Prinele Red Cross
Auxiliary Is Active
The Pringlo Auxiliary of the Bed
Cross have held several meetings of late
also enjoyed a party recently given at
tho ho dm of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Jones, when more than uixty guests
weer entertained with music, dancing
and games. Later ice cream and eoke
wel-e served, the proceeds,. $12, were
I turned over to the Red Cross fund.
The ladies also met for work recently
with Mrs; Chas. Sperling (formerly Miss
Edna Cannon) at 1335 North 18th
street, a pleusurablo and profitable day
' The next meeting was with Mrs. J. N.
Robertson near Pringie. A good day's
work was put in and a dainty luncheon
was served, and later a very instructive
demonstration of war breads was giv.on
by Miss Loraine Parker of Salem,
The last meeting took place May 16th
at the home of Mrs. D. Vandurbilt. .The
greater pnrt of the day was sptnt sew
ing for the boys "over ther". A nice
luncheon was served and music was ren
dered during the afternoon for the
pleasure of the workers. Election of of
ficers took place with the following M
sult: Mrs. L. W. Potter, chairman; Mrs.
John Yates, assistant; Mrs. J. M. Co
burn, treasurer. Those present were;
Mesdamcs J. M. Coburn, W. M. Coburn,
Gerardin, W. B. Farrier, John Vatcs,
Clifford Jones, E. 8. Coates, C. II. Can
non.L. W. Potter, Roy Ohmart, W. R.
Robins, J, N. HoU-rtson, J. Ssiarback
Geo. Schoppert, W. Dragor, John Stall
ley and the hostess.
The Juniors attending were Everett
and Ernest Clark, John and Taul Hchaf
fer, Vernon Coates, Julia Anne Schar
back, Lec Ohmart Evelyn Coburn and
SHE WILL NOT TURN.
(The following poem, from Mrs. Wil
cox, was written by the famous poetess
aboard the Espngne on Washington's
birthday. She is now in France doing
work for the Red Star. This poem was
read on the sliiji by a Y. M. C. A. offi
cial, and at an auction held later to
raise money for victims of tluo war an
advance copy of Mrs. Wilcox's new
book, "Sonnets of Sorrow and Tri
umph", was bid in for sixty dollars by
Lieutenan', Colonel de Billy, a French
officer well known in this country).
By EUa Wheeler Wilcox
America will not turn back.
America will not turn back,
She did not idly start;
Hut weighed full well, and camfully,
Her grave, important part,
She chose the part of Freedom's friend,
And will pursue it to the end.
Great Liber ,y, who guards her gates,
Will shine upon her course,
And light tlwr- long, adventurous path,
With radiance from God's source.
And tho blood dye that ocean track
America will not turn back.
She will not turn until that hour
When thunders thru the world
The crash of -,yrant monarchies,
By Freedom's hand down hurled..
While Labor's voice from sea to sea
Sings loud "My Country, 'Tis of Thee.'
Then will our fair Columbia turn,
While all war's clamors cease,
And with our banner lifted high
Proclaim: "Let there be peace."
But till that glorious day shall dawn
She will march on, she will march OB.
Who are you going to vote for for
president) Neither do we.
Go to Church Sunday
Subjects of Sermons and Where They
WiH Be Delivered in Salem Houses
of Worship, Tomorrow
Finat Christian Church.
Corner Hi....gh and Center streets. F.
T. Porter, minister. Bible school at 9:45
a. m. Dr. H. C. Epley, director. Great
onhestra and a class for all. Couic and
see a live school. Worship and sermon
11 a. m. subject "Is It Finished?"
Christian Endeavor junior at 3 and 7 p.
m. Evening service 8 p. in. subject
Has Christiauity Failed This is Mr.
Porter's last Sunday before starting for
France. Special music.
South Salem Friends.
Corner of South Commercial and
Washington streets. H. E. Peuiberton,
pastor. Bible school at 10 a. m. Class
for all. Albert Miller, superintendent.
Meeting for worship and preaching 11
a. in. and 8 p. m. Chtistiuu Endeavor
meets at 7 p. m. Fraycrmwting Thurs
day eve at 8 o'clock. The morning sub
ject " God in Prophesy. ' '
Leslie Methodist Episcopal.
Corner South Commercial and Meyers
streots. Horace N. Aldrich, pastor. :45
a. m. Sunday school, with class-s for all
ages. E. A. Rhotcn, superintendent
Primary department under the direction
of Mrs. Mason Bishop. 11 a. m. and 8
n. m. Public worship with sermon by the
pastor. Morning theme "The World's
Greatest Organization in the Interest of
Uuinanity." 2:45 p. m. The Epworth
League will sing at the Salem Hospital.
7 p. m. Devotional meeting oi tne r.p
worth 'league, under the leadership 0f
Miss Helen lugrey. special music at an
First M. E. Church,
State and Church streets. 11 a. m, tot. A wle0me to all at th BnnBolow
Preludfl. Rod Cross work.' Sermon by B'blo S(Mh,o1 at 10 a. m. leaching at U
the pastor. 3 p. m. Mrs. Richards, Sun- t 11:20 a. m. V h. 7 p.
day school class will render a program P- 1tercet a
at the Old People's home. 3 p. m. meet- manifested in tho sermons on John's
lags of all interested in the Red Cros fcP Steiv;opticuu (lulus following the
drive in the lecture room. 7 p. m. the seimon.
Epworth leagues; first Vw oliu lead- . pirst 0r Christ, Scientist ..
er; second, Miss lindley, leader junior .
Mis, Brotiierton, leader.' 8 p. m. Mrs, scrv.cel are held at 440 Che-
Delia Crowder Miller's class in vocal 'l;kr' "treci at 11 a. m. and 8 p m.
interpretation will give the story of H"bject b.blo lesson "Mor als and Ira
l.n. he Christ mortals" Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
josus tne wirm. Wednesday eveniug testimonial routing
Jason Lee M. E.Church. ' at 8 P- m- Heading room in tho MaBouio
Sunday school meet, at 9:45 a. m. Temple, suite 2U Open every day ex
Chas. Hayerman, superintendent. Morn- P 8ud,y holiday, from 11:45 to
ing worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon -by 5 t"y Wed to our
pastor. Epworth league and intcrmed- 8t'rvl' vl8't the reading room. .
iato leagues moot at 7 p. m. Evening Church of Ood
worsh p at 8 o'clock. A good place to .... . " , " . . .
soe-d L hour. Conio and worship with .m Fairground road. Sunday school
us. A. P. Lacy, pastor.
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First Baptist Church.
Rev. CL F. Holt, D. D. pastor. SundaJ 'f v ' m , ,c,,tru",?c' Its fruU3
school 9TT5 a. m. public worship 11 tiv: Yo? reple's meeting over, see
n, and 8p. m. Junior meeting 3 p. m and tourth Sunday 7 p. m. Preach
Young People's meeting 7 p. m. Morn- 8 P- ,m- "
ing topic: "Walking With God." The ?,. .' ro '' 'vltd"
evening service will be of a social P""-
character under direction of the senior
class of McMinnville college. Two mem
bers of the college faculty, Miss Isabel
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M. Grover. professor of history and Mrs
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C. C. Potter, head of the department of
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munic with about twenty five students
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will motor over from McM.nnve n
the afternoon. They w 11
of the young p ople' . ty who wHl
strve lunch at the ehur h at f ve p. m,
On0 of th students, Carey Bishop, will
Iial the Young People's meeting at
seven o'clock. The senior class will have
w v j&u -
in the service and special music will be
read-red by members of the colege , u-
sic department. These services are all
free to the public and will be of inter
est to every one,
First Congregational Church.
Liberty and Center street. Dr. W. C.
Knntncr, minister. 10 a. m. Sunday
school. Prof. W. I. Stnley, superintend
ent. Classes for all. 11 a. m. Sermon,
subject, "The Red, Red Cross". 7 p
in. Christian Endeavor, Miss Elizabeth
Bayne, leader. 8 p. m. "Paul the Pat
riot". Followed by motion pictures.
Everybody invited and wecomed.
Eural Congregational Church
11. C. Stover, minister. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 a.
Central Congregational Church
Corner south 19th and Ferry streets
II. C. Stover, minister. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. Prof. E. A. Hancock, super
intendent. Christian Endeavor at 7:13
p. m. Evening service at 8 p. m.
. .. Highland Friends Church
, Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching"
service at 11 a. m. C. E. at 6:45 p. m
evening serviee 8 p. m. Prayer meeting
every Thursday evening at 8 p. m.
Every one invited to attend these ser
vices. Come and hear the full gospel
preached. Josephine Hockett, pastor.
German Baptist Church
Corner North Cottage and D streets.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Ed Schur.ke
superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Baptism at the close of
the evening serviee. Young People's
meeting at 7:30 p. m. midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening. A cordial
invitation to all. F. A. Pettreit, pastor,
Sunday services: Sunday school at tea
thirty; preaching at cloven and again
at eight at night. Midweek prayer meet
ing at eight on Wednesday night. There,
will be a Missionary meeting iu the af
teruoou of Sunday the 26 of this mouth. '
Mrs. Stella Crooks wil be with us ut
that time. We invite tho public to all
these meetings. A. Wells, pastor.
St Paul's Church Episcopal
Robert S. Gill, rector. Services for
White Sunday Holy Communion 7:o0 a.
oi. Choral cel.bratiou and address 11 a.
m. Evensong and uddress 8 p. in. Sun
day school !:15 a. in.
Evangelical Association '
17th and Chemoketa street. Jacob
Stoeker, pastor. 10 a. ui. Sunday Bchool,
C. F. Williams, superintendent. 11 u.
m. Sermon by the pastor. 3 p. in. Ser
vice at Fruitlund. 7:15 p. m. Young
People's Alliance. 8 p. in, Sermon by
tlvj pastor. Jacob Stoeker.
W. C. T. TJ.
Rev. F. G. Porter of the Christian
church will speak at the W. C. T. U.
hull Sunday afternoon at four o'clock.
This will be your last chanco to .hear
Mr. Porter ou this subject before leav
ing' for France.
Swedish Tabernacle M. E. Church
Corner South 15th and Mill streets.
Jolru Ovall, minister Sunday school at
2 p. n. Gust Anderson, superintendent.
Miss Hannah Christen,., assistant. AH
Court Street Church.
17th and Court, Frank E. Jones, pas-
Ju a. ni. i'waciung service 11 a. m.
Subject "The Kingdom of God," What
kind of a Kingdom it is, whore it is
HUBBARD KNITTING CIUB.
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A Knitting Club was organized la
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Hubbard lute in February. Tlw Amcr-
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Scan Red Cross furnished the yarn and
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as a result of the fine patriotic spirit
lowing articles havo been knitted for
Mrs. Richmond, 3 pairs socks,
Mis. Gibson, 4 puirs socks.
Mrg M ,
Mj u iter, 2 pairs soehs, I
sw,.tol, , m ' 1 '
Mrs. Wolfer, 2 pairs socks..
Mrs. Wil). 2 nairs Socks.
Mrs. KocciO, a pairs socks.
Mrs. Kinzer, 1 pair socks.
Airs, i'latz, 1 pair socks, 1 scarf.
Mrs. VCalvcrt, 1 pair soclis,
Mrs. Scwell, 1 pair socks.
MrH. Mayger, 1 pair socks.
Mrs. Kilioll, 1 pair socks.
Mrs. Abbott, 2 puirs wristlets,
Mrs. Merrill, 1 scarf.
Mrs. Fish, 1 pair socks. Hubbard En
terprise. TEACHER HAS BEEN BE ENGAGED.
The Fairview school closed last Frl
day with appropriate exercises. Misa
Iinphiia Tbornley, who gave excellent
"utisfa''tioii as teacher for the past
t.'rm, has been engaged by the board
for the coming year. Silverton Appeal.
Inow all we need is a little sun to
make things grow like a son o a gun.
Relief from Eczema
Don't worry about eczema or other
ikin troubles. You can have a clear,
healthy skin by using a little zemo,
obtained at any drug store for 35c, or
extra large bottle at $1.00.
Zemo generally removes pimples, black,
heads, blotches, eczema, and ringworm
and makes the skin clear and healthy.
Zemo is a clean, penetrating, antiseptic
liquid, neither sticky nor greasy and stains
nothing. It is easily applied and costs a
mere trifle for each application. It ia
always dependable. .
The B.W. Rote Co.. Cleveland. Ol