PAGE SIX THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918. I Go to Church Sunday 1 ...II in. .i--.il- n .i -i-.i.m. h.h i. j mi. i .11 - Subjects cf Sermons and .Where They , Will Be Delivered in Salem Houses of Worship, Tomorrow lie: HE THAT IS NOT AGAINST I IS FOR US, LUKE 9, 49.50. '(A Poem iu tho Interest of Christian! Tolerance, by Jacob Stocker.) I "And John answered and said, Mas ter, we saw one casting out devils in thy name and we forbade hint, because ; he fulloweth not with us. And Jeeus j nam unto nim: lorbid him not: lor no that is not against us is of us. ' ' A union Thanksgiving service, under Mrs. Anua rx-hultz, the preaching acr- - .. ., the auspice, of the Salem Ministerial vices br Bev. Blocker. There will U Why do you grudge the name of brother Association, will - be held Thursday Thanksgiving aerviee, at 10:30 a. m. ? h "l0- morning, Nov. 28, at 10:30 o'clock in Thanksgiving day. U. r. Lcining, " " 1L. V: - ... I. .J ' 1 l. l. I I. W W U. I t . I . t , at.AA. .liii.Ak I IUV first mvillUUMH VUUICU. i-'i . n. . ui.f 4 aiv. uf iMvuitf. Diivuk yuuiy Avison, president of the association, will preside. Rev. W. C. Kautner, pas- First Christian Church. 1 It,. rn...;nn-l Phii-oh will deliver the message. Other pastor, will1, c' Owtw High streets. Uke part in the service. An offering w'm " WM wUl be taken for the Anueu. aad Flad.wl"n ? go Byiian relief. Prof. Sites, head of the musical de parttnent of Willamette University, Las charge of the musical part of the service. He is organising a large chor us and orchestra. The choirs of the dif ferent churches will be combined io form the chorus. This ig a community aeiviee which t thik time should appeal to all 9lr:n citizens. First Baptist Church. Tommorow is Mobilization Day at the First Baptist Sunday school. The ses sion meets at 9:45. A full attendance of members and many visitors are ex cocted. Special oponing exercises in eluding a patriotic pagoant will be ren dered. After the study poriod the school will pbs in review before the officers of the church, the classes and departments carrying banners and greet )ng to the officers with mottoes and slogans. Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. . Young Peoples meeting at 6:30 p. m. Dr. Holt's topics will be morning, Whose Tag do You Wcar;t Evening, An Old Story Retold. Every one cordially invited. Leslie Methodist Episcopal. Corner South Commercial and Meyers streets. Horace N. Aldrich, pastor, 0:43 a. in. Sunday school, with classes for all ages. E. A. K ho ten, supt. Woll equipped primary department under the direction of Mrs. Mason Bishop, 11 a. m. public worship, with sermon by the pastor. Theme, "A Modern Con version." Sneciiil music by the choir into the house of the Lord. (Psalm 122) Bible sshool at 9:45 a. m., Dr. H. C. Ep plcy, superintendent. American home missions will be gives a liboral offer ing from the school at this session. Communion and sermon at 11 a. m. Ser mon topic, "Justification by Faith." Evening sermon topic, "The Moral Glory of Christ." Christian Endeavor prayor meeting at 6:30 p. in., Miss Wen- gor leading. Pro-prayer service for the officers at 6:2a. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:30. Choir re hearsal Thursday evening. Thanksgiv ing services at the First M. E. church at 10:30 Thursday morning, a union of all down town churches, Dr. Kantner preaching. Sunday evening, Dee. let, special services with music and the reading of Van Dyke's "Tho Lost Word." The general public Ig welcom ed at this as at all of our services. TJjilted Evangelical C'ottnge and Conter streets. Bev. 0. L. Lovell, minister. Sunday school at 10 a, sorvico Now Gospel f" The two churches of tho Evangelical association will meet with us in a union service in the even ing. The Christian Endoavor socie ties .will meet at 6:30 p. m. Bev. J. Stocker will preach the sermon of the evening at 7:30 p. m. Our congrega tion will unite, in the union Thanks giving service in the Methodist church Thanksgiving morning at 10:30. The offering is for the starving Armoniang. Why do you blaspheme, calling 'Woe I For servants many needs tho master And thousand hands fight for his realm And in tho thronging of the battle Is for you who is not against. "Who is not for me is against me," The Lord of angels spoke of yore, He knowg his own and sees the en 'my His eye is never dim or closed. But not disciples are the judges Tbe servant is not as the Lord, To mildsr words you are indebted, "For you is wh0 U -t against." To carry gospel news to mortals, Must wo be graduates of schools! Will grace bo measured by diplomas And limited by iron rules! To azure heights the spirit soarcth And. meditates wherov'r bo will And if in spirit realm he warreth He needs not our doctor's skill. Are there no other frays to battle Than fight for syllables and words! .- fibould Satan 'a kingdom not be fettered With ardent faith and holy swords! O, gladly hail as fellow servant Who fights the battles of the King Close up tho rows, with prayers fervent, For there's no other way to win. Would you that Satan ue victorious Before you yield your grudge and Bpite, snail ziou's building lie in ashei Era that you ask your neighbor's help! SHOP CWfcmas Furrtare B vent SHOP . m. Divine worship and preaching T m ttnie'taeaa kindness, ico at 11 a. m. "Do We Need a T. ,; , ., tiI1 , ' Is this tho poverty of spirit, That Jesus urgos us to seek! True, as my spirit feels and holds him He is and ho romainoth mine, But in the higher light is puling All of my earthly wisdom's shine. And why then should I curse the bro ther . Who of the spirit feels a spark! No, peace to all that seek the haven The street that leads to Zion's arch. Look up to yonder fields of ether, Each star iu his light solely glows, But all the happy suns and planets, They fail to crowd thomsolvos like foes. Tho diamnnt trail sireno they journey, And heaven's splendor they reflect, Creation's primal light encircling, ,Midst sounds of harmony's effect. Behold the meadows in the spring time And walk among God 's beauties, fair, Sural Congregational Church. II. C. Stover, minister. Sundny school at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 . in. will include an anthem, "O Lord, How Manifold are Thy Works." Nevin and a baritone solo, "Hail Holy Light," Central Congregational Church, sung by Charlos Douglas. 6:30 p. in. Corner South 19th and Ferry streets, dovotional nioeting of tho Epworth H. C. Stover, minister. Sunday school at League. Topic, "A Cnll to Separation. "10 a. m. Christian Endoavor at 6:45 Leuder, Mrs. J. B. Ulrica. 7:30 p. m. p. in. Evening sorvice at 7:30 p. m. finff aaKiina 1.1.1 l.r .l.n fl la Pl,n rpi, IU... mi 1 " miR , mi ivu Uf 1,11V Ulilfl VllUll, IIUUIU 1 HO VV OI IU S 1 UUII1VS12 1 V1UU T- Al ! .. . J! . , nd a livo mcsnge of tho day, deliver-; Season. Sacred concert Thanksgiving A" ". iL . , 7 ., Iorest8' , ctA h h.i,i h iw,,t r.:,i.,f ' .,,.!.. i. ... i..,ii.. Ono lcaf the same 'midst flowors rare! c7.:' a ;. ."7. " L. f ".,VAr"',rrV!,"i Carnations quarrel not with roses State Sunday school association, 8:30 numbers by Mr. Albert H. Gillo 'and p. in., social nour. a good slug around, Uev. U. N. Aldrich, the piano, an opportunity to got ac quainted and some good refreshments. All young pcoplo especially invltod. Thanksgiving services will be held iu Nicarene Church. 'Nineteenth apd Marian Streets. Suji dav services are. Sundav school nt 9:45 liOslio church Tiiursoay 1U:30 a-, m., the with W. B. Hardy, supt. Preaching at Mouth Salem Friends uniting with us,! 11, and a,gnin at 7:30 o'clock in the and the sermon, will bs preached by! evening. Mid-woek prayer meeting on Bev. H. E. Penilivrton. The offering Wednesday evening nt 7:30 nnd on Fri will be for tho Syrian-Areumina Keliuf dnv uinhta thero will bo a Bible etudv iNnd, j . ,' j of tho Second coming of Jesusu. Every body welcome to any and nil of those services. A. Wells, pastor. Florence Wells, deaconess. State Institutions. Services at tho institutionj Suuduy will be os follows: 9:00 a. m. state hospital, by L. W. Porter. 2:13 p. in. mute school by G, F. Holt. 3:00 girls Ocouuons Mission. There- will 1 mCetinir at tho Com- tniining school, by H. N. Aldrich. 3:15.1 mons Mission Sunday afternoon at 3 Anderson. tuberculosis hospital, by T. B.l o'clock. Come, and enjoy. t huso meet- Salem Ministers' Association. Tho regular meeting of tho Stilein Ministers' Association will bo held on Monday morning at 10 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. Subject, "The War and Science. " presented by G. L. Level). All ministers in Snlem and"vwtttm' ings which wo are sure yon will if you come. A. Wells, superintendent. First Methodist Episcopal Churcft, ; State and Church streets. Tho pas tor, Dr. K. N. Avison, will speak morn ing and evening. At 11:00 a. in. the tliimio is "The Significance of tho In carnation." Tho 7:30 p. m. theme 'Some Things Not Subject to Change.' Music by the chorus choir directed by Prof.' John K. Sites, dims meeting n't S:15 a. m., Sundny school nt 9:43 a. m. Huperintendont, John W. Todd. The Epworth League will meet nt 6:30 p. m. Poung peojile not otherwise obligated will be cordially welcomed to these meetings, as well ns to all the services of the chinch. Kiclmrd N, minister. Free Methodist. At 122 Winter street. Services 10 a. m., Sundny school. Preaching ut 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject, Thehird Temptation. Kcvival sor- elyiues'begin TluirsdHv night, Bev. Wiil- '!lll)l Baii'iun, of Bertruni, Minn., cvniigel mt,T. ,".. Johnston, pastor. Court Street Church. At 17th and Court streets. Frank E. Jones, pantor. Bible school at 10 a. in. Sermon ivt 11 a. nt. A Thanksgiving topic. Y. P, 8. (!, E. at 6:30 p. Ser mon nt 7:30. All are invited. Evangelical Association At 17th and Choniokpta streets. Jacob Nor docs the oak fight with tho pine, They know: We blossom and aro fading In one sun's golden, mollow light. "Wo blossom and are fading" yes fado Will much, wbaf's1 new in-bloom, A day oi wrath will be appointed, To steeples high, and day of doom. What silver, gold, and what aro jewels, What stubbles were and what was hay, The Lord of hosts will once reveal it ; In thunder of tho judgement day. Thus still and quiet use your talents' Until the mnster cometh home, i : Employing life's few, proeious hours fn harvests rich of goodness sown. Tho truest worker was for fathor Who diligontly served tho Lord, But that one servent blumes another, This is, what grieves the heart of God. "May there bo never strife, I pray thee lietween tho herdnion miue and thine," f or earth i8 large and room is plenty, To treat the world with bread and wine Vor never gospel truth should serve us To fight and quarrel nnd debate Tho mystery of Christ's last supper Is not for them who brothers hate, liehold tho folly of thy children With great compassion, highest Lord, And build thine own, eternal kingdom, in harmony witli ftlastor-Word. And if thou boldest with souls trans figured The heavenly communion, May not my enemy be missing Jn heaven' last reunion. Presbyterian Church. Communion sorvice nt 11. Evening service at 7:30. Special music by the m Let Us Supply You Your Xmas Gifts Furniture make the most acceptable ffifts and is enjoyed by each and every member of the family. We It j hive the largest and most complete line of up-to-date furniture in Salem, and our prices are the lowest, ft We now have one of the largest stocks of wall paper outside of Portland and will have same displayed and arranged for inspection b ythe buyers in the nejet few days. Get our prices on wall paper before you buy. ft 111 I .. '- Salem's Agent For Victrolas and Victor Records We have nothing but new and fresh records, no old or Second Hand stock. Just re ceived $1200 worth of the very latest records direct from the factory. We have the pieces you want. You are welcome to the use of our music room. it We ar now located and prepared to give you the '"best of; service. Pay us a : visit. I ;;, -' 'nV:: We ask you againGet other's prices---You get more for your money at K Moore's. . - Slacker, pastor. 10 a. m. Sunday school ,hn,r.u ,,,f.r d,rc?t,0 Ml8S A.U Mil 11 a. in. divine worshin and sermon "Christian Courage." 3 p. m. Sermon nt Fruitland. There will be no Young ler nt both services. Tho opening ser vice of tho Sunday school at 9:4a will be iu the nature of a Thanksgiving First Congregational Church, Liberty nud Center street. Uev, W. C. Kantner, minister. 10 a. m, Suminv! Si'liool, Prof. W. I. Stnley, supt. Classes inon nt 7:30 p. Avison, nt the local church. This church will j join with the Liberty street church in a union meeting at the United Evange lical ciiuivn, cottage and (.,.mi. i i otiiior Peoples Alliance and Kevstnne League mcvliuir nt 11:30 p. in. nnd sor inon nt 7:30 tt nt. Thi nlmvli n-lll i for nil. 11 n. m. sermon b u., Kant Inito with the down tow.. clinn-tii-M in rer, acting pastor. 6:30 p. m. Christ--n union Thanksgiving service nt the inn Endeavor. 7:30 p. ni. address by First M. K. church lt:;;j n. m. Thanks Rev. Janes Klvin, subject: "Some giving morning. Characteristic of the American Sol-' ier." South Salem Friends. - . ' South Coninierciiil nnd Washington West Bnlora M. E. Church. (streets, lie v. If. E. lVniborton, pastor . Erwiu G. Bunion, pastor. Preaching Bible school at 10 a. in., Dr. Miller, Sundny evening at 7:45 o'clock; Fub- supt. Meeting for worship uild prench ject: "Two Views of Life." Come all ing at II n. in. and 7:30 p. m. C. E yo West Salem peoplo and worship to- meeting at 6:30 p. m. No prayer Blither. Everybody welcome. i meeting Thursdav. A unimi Thnn'ks- church ou People, Keliance, nor pleaching vice! rLT " quartet. Mrs. Parks' Bible class will meet to oigunize. Strangers and all who nro not regularly attending other chur ches are cordially invited to make their church Inline with us, TWO EVANGELICAL DENOMI NATIONS MAY FORM UNION. Wo are living in tho time of union and federation. The churches of Christendom are awakening to the con sciousness that in union there is strength. The spirit of world democ racy gives to all of us a wider vision and tho church cannot but be affected by tho contemporary movement. Tho latest in tho the line of church union and federation ig a contemplated merger of the two branches of the Evangelical churches in tho United States of (he Evangelical Association and tho United Evangelical church. The general conference of the United Evan gelicnl church has appointed a commis sion with power to act to confer with GIBL'S TESTIMONY GETS CLARENCE PHILLIPS FIEED EDWIN DEETZ KILLED . IN BATTLE IN FRANCE. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. D'cotz of Needy were notified Monday night by the war department at Washington that their son Edwin Dcetz was killed in action A news dispatch in the Portland pa pers narrates the story of the ousting of Clarence A. Phillips. suDerinteudent of school of Bcaverton. Oreiron. Phil-! October 9, on tho field of battle. lips formerly taught here and wa twice I Ho enlisted with Company I, Third an unsuccessful candidate, for county j Oregon, but had probably been trans- supenntendent of Marion county. Atil""ua to some other regiment as the the hearing the girl in' the case told the j Third Oregon (or 162nd U. S. Infantry ... a m.:n: n .1 1 ns if in nrnv nolln : i 1 iiury 01 lucuuiig jruuuwH m jroruanu - as nuui is jmiowu Inst summer, and was led to believe as a replacement regiment. No dotails that ho was divorced. She said he ledlf t"? yuun" soldier's death are known her tifbelievc he wanted to marrv. and ! here. It is onlv five months am thnt easilv won her affections. Later shoiJ,lms Itetz, a brother of Edwin, died . . nc 1.: ... learned he was a married man wtth a tounns received wife and son. Tho girl's sister and mothor, with friends, cave further tes timony, which was heard by a crowd which gathered in the auditorium. Phil- ,! .. 1, . .1 3. .1 a similar commission of the EvanKff.'')"'" o wunpses, aim came near AOQrti.;n:.. i murmur Ht-vcrut noi uurinjr ao pro- in general conference next fall and , ! . " - r.ul. w the Western front in France. in action, on double blow has been a severe one to tho parents and their family, all of wliom have the deepest sympathy of all wh;o knew the two fine young men who have mado the greatest sacrifice thaC their country can ask. .Mr. and Mrs. Dcetz have another sou Alvin J. Dcetz in the army camp at Camp Fremont, California. Strangely enough, out of all tho men in the army rrom this section, tho three who hava died in the service are all from the Needy neighborhood and two are from one family. The three were Jonas and Edwin Deetz and Leonard Askitt, whoso -places on the Aurora community service flag aro now occupied by three, gold stars. Aurora Observer. , line western iront in France. The ' j i Pure Juice i & 4. js 7 from the prevailing sentiment tnero is no doubt that the highest body of that church will endorse a complcto union. 1 There nro three Enangolical churches f'1 4 '' I V , Bl"lB"C-, bj . ,, ,1 ... toudent has been asked to revoke Phil- break in during tho examinations witnesses. Tho school board fired him from the supcrintendeney, and the state supern- TJnited Brethren in Christ, Castle Chapel, United Rrethren in giving sermon at the M. E. j Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Christ, corner 17th and Nebraska avej r. H. Ncff, pastor. Bible school at 10 First Church of Christ, Scientist Sunday services are held at 4-18 Che a. in. w. w. Hosohaiigh, supt. J'reaeh- mekota afreet at 11 a. m. and 8 p. .111 Ing 11 a. .111 by the pastor. Topic Subject of Hible lesson, "Soul and Transfiguration, Matt. 17. C. E. and iladv." Sunday school at 0:4.'! a. m. Intermediates will hold a joint meet- Wcdni.l ovonino imnnil ui. ing at 6:30 to 7:30. Mrs. tin Fitch jne at n. m. Readinv room in Mason I'belps, pres. Preaching at 7:30 by the' i temple building, room 209 is open K.7 original imported (.OU pastor. Prayer meeting every Thurs-ipyer. flar except Sunday and holidiTs' A,i.1,oorIom 0l1 ll,,,,u9- vhH day at 7:30 p. m. W. W. Bosebaugl,' f Tom 11:45 a Z. U All are "n 'B " tA to help r; , . . r- '" . 1 , '".your money wil be refunded. ' ' welcome to our services and invited to,;..,.. , :n k ,.,f.i.i Evangelical Association. There will be Sunday school next Sunday at 10 a, m. and preaching ser vice at 11 a. m. at the -Libert strcat our rending room. Catholic Church. Corner Cottage and Cheniekctu street. Mass at 7:30. Hieh Mais at 10:30 n church, corner of Center and Liberty ,m. Benediction at 7:30 in the evening, atrocts. In the evening will be a union Subject of ermon for High Mass, the meeting of the 17th street Evangolisnl End of the World," and the lecture for ehurch and the United Evangelical Sunday evening will be, "Where the rhurch on Church street. The Young 'ible Originated." Everyone is heartilv Peoples meeting at 6:30 will be led bywelcoiue. Maktsg Good At Sixty-Five Don't worry about old age A sound man is good nt any ugo. Keep your body in good condition and iu can be as hale and hearty and able to "do your bit " as when you were a wountg fellow. Affections of the kidneys and blad der arc among the leading causes of early or helpless age. Keep them clean and the other organs-in working con dition, and you will have nothing to fear. Drive the poisonous wastes from the system and avoid uric acid acciimiila-c lions. Take (1,1 MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules periodically and you will find that you are as good as the next fellow. Your spirits will be rejuvenat ed, your muscles trong and your mind keen enough for antv task. tH)LD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap- i sules will do the work. Hut be sure to get the original imported GOLD MED- They ore re- 1 you or For sale your money will be refunded. For sale three sines.- WnfD yon $ Journal elesslfi- fd ads get what yoa want thm tn they work fast. at Salem and in the case of an organic union thero probably will evolve one strong Evangelical church.' This com ing Sunday evening, Nov. 24, 7:30 p. m. lips' certificate He will bo given hearing to show cause why his certifi cate should not be revoked. tlnA n.lli 1. . ! v. wiuiiia lilill Will l-oinu up UL-1UH- lu. . , , i v : Slato Superintendent Churchill at 2 charge against him is immorality and is uiailo by County Superintendent Vrnuf nl ' .1 at, i rt n .Aii,fvl i.patb ifnaiiin ft T 1 ..v,ll I. ,,u(nr 1 " v.mU..v. of the local United Evangelical church,! ",irvrr- , , , tiev. (i. F. Liening is the minister of GET A BLACK BEAR IN THE tno inueu r,vnngeiicai A-jsociation MOLLALA THIS WEEK. . enter street coivgregaiion, ana kov. United Evangelical church, located at -North V inter street, Rev. Jacob Stock er to preach the sermon suited to tho Jacob Stocker of the Seventeenth st. Evangelicnl Association. These union meetings will take place from Hire to J. A. Edison, Wm. Eiscnhart, Wm. ('rnhnin nnd John Moilev mado up a lrum tine to k ;.. ., .i.. It;. ,. ...... t i j . . ""'.-'"S rw,,J "ll H fc King tllT uc tune, to foster a more ardent spirit of llr,,:lv !Kt LT , ,,, ,rfr : cooperation between the two Evangeli cal churches. The deplorable split and division of the two churches took place in the year of 1891, but good common sense at lust seem to win the day. search of bear. They had several dogs along and wero successful in jumping a bruin which fell prey to their marks mansnip. ine near orongnt in as a trophy cf tho hunt was on exhibition at the Water street meat market ou Monday. The animal was judged to be S. B. P. CO., RECEIVES AN ORDER FROM VALPARAISO, CHILI, about one and one-half years old and ' I was about as fat as it was possible for A business begins to- ahuw consider-p"1 t0 Kot at hi8 tender years. Bear able expansion when orders for goods j "teaks were quite in evidence among arrive from points as far removed as ,hc their friends during Valparaiso, t'hili. but this ig the easel ,ne Ioro PH" ot lrte ween. biivenun with the Siiverton Blow Pipe company, of this city. Tuesday the company re ceived an order from the above point fir two of theif spark arresters, and the- neoj inn Tribune. SILVERCLTFF'S RECORD. Silvcrcliff School Pistrret's War wnntintf them were asVino fnr:Work campaign was subscribed in part iiute deKverv. The spark arrester h7 citizens of the district with patriot- mniiuf.ictured bv this company is eon-jlt nd benevolent spirit. The quota reded by all who u.- it to l.e th beat "8 -17.50, making a little more than ly fnr of anv'thing of it kind on the S9M to :h family, and it was aub n srkej, Siiverton Appeal. .scribed to the amount of 4133.25. So- ' m . jlicitnrs doing tho work were the Misses JOURNAL WANT ADSPAYiS5;:''"ic'''' HOP GROWERS! 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