Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, May 24, 1919, AUTOMOBILE SECTION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 14

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Optometrist Optician
Complete Grinding Plant on the Premises
Bush Bank BIdg. Phone 625
Salem Gliclies aad! 1 &ek Activities I
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First M. E. Church
Siate sad Chunh street. Class Bieet
in 1. in; -Sunday p hool 9:45 a.
m; morning worship 11 a. m. Sermon
efire the Orand Army of, the Repub
lic the pator. Dr. K. . Avison,
vn "The educational value of the Me
morial." 3 p. m. service at the Old
People Home. 7 J. m. the Kpworth
fleague devotional meetings. Dr. Avi
tt will install the officers of the sen
ior chapter. 8 p. m sermon by the pa
tor on "The unread vision." Music t
iioih services by the chorus choir di
luted by Prof. John 1!. iSites. Mid
week ervii e Thursilny evening " at
eis.'ht o'clock, led by K. F Bergman.
itover; 3: 15 p. m. tubrrruluai hospit
al. ir A. Wells.
' Leslie Methodist
orner South Comiiit'rcitil ami Myors
streets. Horace X. Aldrich, tor. 9:4."i
a. hi. JSunduy school, K. A. Khoten, -eriiitndeiit;
II a. m. public worship,
with sermon by the pastor. Theme, "In
M. 'murium." " devotional incetiig of
the Kpworth League. Leslie Springer,
president. 8 p. III. s:iiif s-rviee, led by
the girls rli or us, an I an address by the
State Institution! '
Service at the institutions Sunday
First Presbyterian Church
Thomas Anderson, minister. Theme
of morning sermon, Building the house
of Kd. Text: "Except the Iord build
the house, they lator in vain who
build it." Sabbath school at :". pub
lic worship at II o'clock. Y. I". 8. C. E.
at 7 and evening worship at 8 o'clock.
Theme, "Saving from death, and cov
eriitg sin " Everybody welcrme.
First United Brethren
Yew Turk. Ii.blo school at 10 a. m.r
preaching at 11 a. m. by Bev. Ella Mc
Klroyt yo'm,T n,,w mooting at 7:10
p. m. Wanda Wiikizer leader, Etta
Burns president. Mid week prayer ser
vices Thursday at 7:30 p. m. A cordial
invitation to all who desire to cme
and worship with us. ('. W. Corby, pas-tor.
First Congregational Church
Liberty and Center St. Dr W. C.
Kantner, minister. 10 a. in. .Snr..fuy
school with classes for all ages, W. I.
Staley, superintendent 11 a. m. "As
the Jew. " 7 p. ni. Christian Kudenv
or. H n. m. "If Jems Christ came to
Kill be held as follows: 9 a. ni. state Salem." Following tins address aome
lio'ptiul, It.v Charles II. I'owell; 2:15 p. interesting motion pictures iiSaiing
tn. mute s'hiiol, by T. S. Amlerson; 3 .with the work of .the f . S7. ('. A. In
p. ui. girls training school, by H. C. its over sens war service. A curd.! 'n-
vitation is friended to th public to
come aud seev these pictures and te
tend the service. The church ehoir
quartet will furnish the music for all.
Quicker, Cheaper, Better
Hot Water
All over the house plenty for
the toilet and bath ample
quantities for the kitchen and
laundry, and all with very little
attention and at a low coat for
fueL You simply connect a
Tank Water Heater
to your rantfo bollar, light match
and t urn on the da -In a few minute
you have an
abundant sup
ply of piping
hot water.
Flllmlnate tb de
lay and ttrudgry
of tlio mat Are.
Save time, lalmr
end money. Use
fas hemedwater.
This little heeler
does a womierful
work and will
give you many
years of eeonom
l. al, reliable ser
vice. On display at our
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Central Congregational Church
Corner Houth lsth and Ferry streets,
H. C. ijtover, minister. A joint Sunday
school and morning service at 10 a. ni.
Mrs. Burton K. .Kdwards siierin,tead-
ent. Morning address r Wie pastor,
t'hristiaa Kndeavor at 7:15 f. ni. Eve
ning service at 8 J. m. Music bv the
girls chorus, Thursday evening service
at S o'clock.
First Christian Church
Center and High atreeta. Leland W.
I'orter, pastor. Bible school at 9:5 a.
Sermon, A memory of Battles won.
at II. Y. P. S. V. K. at 7 p. m., eVen;ng
seniKiii at X, Mjaking i rieiuls with
S. S and Y. P. Societies
Lessons tor May 2oih. . M. lesson,
Keeiitanee, Jonah S::l 10; I.uke 13:
l-r: Acts 2:S7 :iH. II. Y. I. I. Strength
ening the rural church Mutt. 9:35-3S.
K. 1j. How do men confess Christ and
Imtv denv Himf Romans ln:9 and
l.nke i2:55-l. V. I. 8 C. K. Cod's
week will be aa follows: Communion . Jason Lee Memorial Church
mass at 7::"0, high mass at 10:30 with! Corner of Winter and Jefferson Sts.
sermon by pastor. Benediction follows ( Thomas Acheson, pastor. Sunday school
last dias. May devotions on Weanes- 9:43, classes for all ages under the
day and Friday evenings at 7:30. End-J care of capable teachers. Public wo'r
intf of May devotions on Sunday eve- sh'vp 11 a. in. Sirbjeet, With God in a
ning, June 1st, 'with procession at
7:30 in the evening. Masses on Ascen
sion Thursday at 7 .and 9 o'clock, in
the church. Masses on First Friday at
fi:45 aad 8 o'clock, iu the church also.
The 8 o'clock mass will be the memor
ial mass for our departed soldiers and
sailors. There will ,be no holy hour on
Thursday evening owing to the 1'lay
which is to bo given in .M. Joseph s
hall at 8:15 o'clock. Exposition and
holr hour will be during the mass on
Friday morning.
The plav, "Above the clouds, ' wilt
be given on Thursday evening at St.
Joseph's hall (U 8:15, bv the dramatic
club of tho Catholic church, at which
admission will br charged. K. Buck,
j pastor.
Church of God
1.H6 North Church street, J. J. Oil
lespit1, .pastor. The usual hour of Ihc
Sunday school is at 10 a. m. followed,
bv preaching service at 11. Young peo
ples meeting at 7 p. m. .Leader Miss
precious promises. I Kings S:'i4-(il and j Amanda Huhn, followed by preaching
J reter 1:1 4. .service at 8. Praver meeting wuunes-
Portland Railway Light And Power Company
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Drugs, Sundries, .
Toilet Preparations
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1 vm. ieimeyei'
Successor to Frank S. Ward
niONE 1G7
Court Street Ohri&Uan Church
Corner Court street and N. Seven
teenth. Our Bible chool is growing
and that is lino, l-et 's keep it up. The
won en and girls are slightly in the
lead in our cuntest. Men that means
vim will have to iret busy. We are plan
ning for Cliildreni day now mid hope i
to 1 1 1 the 'program on June nth at 9
p. in. Morning worship 10 a. ni. to 12
in. Bible school begins promptly at 10
a. m. liCt all 'lie oil true, npeeiai na
tures: Junioi choir, opening exereises,
class period, aniioiin. enicnt ot poinfr
contest, sermon for einiuien aim
. . . . '..i. i
sermon "Tlie i nnsim meuniriai.
Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. song ser
vice and sermon 8 n. m. Sub Kit "The
ptuinti line of tlod in the New Tejtn
inent." 1'rnyer meeting and teacher
training class Thursday 8 p. in. You are
. ..." . i.: :,u ... u I. It.
welcome to wuiMiip nuu un. v.,
nam, pastor.
St. Faul'f Church
Fifth Sunday after Kuster. 7:'"0 a. m.
holy coiniiuinion; 1:I5 a. m. church
school; 11 a. m. morning prnyer and
sermon bv rector: 8 II. m. evening pray
er and address by the IU. Uev. Hubert
I,. Paddock. I). 1).. bishop l eastern
Oregon, who has just returned from
wnr work in f ranco, aim wno win re-
lute his eiperienees there. Kverybodjr
welcome. :iia. 11. I'owell, rector.
Liberty St. Evangelical Church
Corner Center nd Liberty t. I'r. F.
I.ieniug, 1'nstor; Muii'lay whool ot 10
a. m. ill. Maves riupl., preaching ser
vices at II a. m. and 7:45 p. in. Young j
peoples meeting at 7 p, in. Midweek
praver meeting" Thursday evening ..t 8
o'ciiH'li. A cordial Invitation is. extend
ed to those who do not worship at any
other church or attend Sundiiy school
Nazarene Church
Nineteenth and Marion streets, one
block smith of Center street on iNine
teenlh, Chetneketa ear. Sunday school
at :15 followed by preaching at 11.
I'reachiug at eight o'clock in the eve
ning. Mid week prayer meeting Wed
nesdny evening at eitfht o'clock. Both
preaching sei ie.es on Humify will be
special. W. B. Hardy, superintendent of
Sunday school, Florence Wells deacou
es, . Wells, pastor.
I'nion meeting in the Commons Mis
sion hall, 2U State str.et, Sunday nf
ternoon at three o'clock. Kemember the
Salvation armv has its sign on the
hall but it is the same meeting in the
afternoon Monday as wo have been
having Picept that tho army joins in
w ith us. Come and en.ioy an, hour in a
good old fashioned meeting. A. Wells,
East Slate and Eighteeath street,
v i- i til a m. Oiviile eer-
I vice at 10:30 a. m. Sub ject, Trover.
' Luther league at 7 p. m., Mi f- 0,"r
i lor lender. Evening service at 7:45 p.
! ni. Hulijeet. Our Bible. Everybody is
j cordially invited. ). Koohler, pantor.
I United Evangelical
I Cottage and Onter streets. O.
l.ovell, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.
'in. I'nwhing and morning worship at
11 a. ni. "The principles of .lesus as a
world power." 4'hrislian Endeavor at
7 p. ni. Evening worship and sermon
at 8 p. m. A study in the First Epistle
!of John. I'tayer meeting on. Thursday
; evening.
South Salem Friends
Corner of S. Commercial aud Wash
inctoa St. II. E. l'emberton, pastor.
Itible -hi..d at 10 a. m. clams for all.
Ir. Carl Milter, superintendent. Meet
ing for worship with good singing and
preaching at II a. i. Ediicatma day.
Voung M,le meet in 0. K. meeting at
7 p. iu. Evening worship at 8 p. m. All
are welcome. Frayir niei'ting at 8 p.
m .Thursday.
Evangelical Association
I Till and Ch. meketa St. F. W, lea
ner .pastor. 10 a. in. Sunday whool,
John liipHld, Supt. 11 a. ni. divine
'service and initial aermon by the new
ly appointed pastor. 7:15 p. m. young
peoples alliance. 8 p. in. seneoa.
Scandinavian Chunh
l'lh and Milt street. A victory and
praise service will Ite held in this
church Sunday afternoon at S o'clock
ivecaiise of the great blessings and won
derful succew eipenenced la the raafr
sinnary moveinent of the day the cen
tenary. Itev, I.ind will lea the ser
vice. The Swedish language will e
uej. The Sulthsth -hool will meet,
as usual, at 2 oVUvk.
i Catholic Church
I The servers for Suuday and the
day evening 7:45. Cloine and help in
the singing.
national crisis. Epworth League devo
tional meeting 7 a. m. A special wel
come is extended to young people. Eve
ning service 8 o'clock, subject, dr
experiences in Travel," by Burges
Ford. Y. V. C. A. Speeial music will
be rendered by to choir both morning
and evening. Prayer mewing Thursday
8 p. m. We cordially invite the publie
to worship with us in these services.
Christian and Missionary Alliance
Kev. J. E. Fee of Portland will con
duct next services on Thursday after
noon, May 29, at tt32 South Commer
cial street, at 2:b o'clock. Studies in
Revelation continued. All most cordial
ly welcome
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Sunday services are held at 440 Che
meketa atreet at 11 a. m, subject of
tha Jlible lesson. "Soul and Body."
Sunday school at 9:45 a. ra. Wednesday
evening testimonial meeting at 8 p. m.
Heading room 209 Masonic Temple,
open every day except Sunday and hol
idays from 11:45 to 5 p. m. All are in
vited to our services and to our read
ing room.
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DO YOU Vi'ANT yor friends to avoid you? They
will certainly do so when your breath is bad.
There is no excuse for anyone having a bad
breath. It is caused by disorders of 'the stomach
which can be corrected by taking Chamberlain's
Tablets.' Many have been permanently cured of
stomach troubles by the use of these tablets after
years of suffering. Price 25 cents per bottle.
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Harry Lauder gaily sings
"When I Was Twenty-ne"
A rollicking ditty of an old man looking back at hit
youth. Presented a no one but Harry could possibly do it.
Victor Roid. 70UJ
"Don't Cry Frcnchy, Don't Cry"
Sung by Charlrj Hart and Elliott Sluir
"I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome"
Sung by Henry Burr
Vktw 4iblt-Ucia lUcora. U5JI
Two Marches with an infectious swing
Both on one record and both played by the Victor
Military Band.
"Madelon" One-Step March '
"March Francaise" '
VkoW.-lc( Rof4. 185J4 j
Stop in and let ui play you the .
New Victor Records for May
V. W. Moore
Yoa Get More for Your Mosey at Moore's
Willamette Valley
Transfer Co.
Express Service at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only
( PHONE 1400
Everything in Building Material f
Paints arid Varnishes.
11c per pound. ft
Our motto is "Service to our Customers." .
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A. B. KELSAY, Mgr. I
Phone 813 349 South fe
West Salem 414 12th Street
Mr. and Mrs. Oenrge Miller ropi.ivfd
a tcli'Rrain Tupsitay from the "Alillcr
Twins," stating thtt thivy arrived at
Taeoma (Camp LewisJ that day, with
Base Hospital No. 48. They expect to
be home ini a few duys. They left Camp
Merritt lust Thursday.
Ben W. Rtoner arrived home the loth
from Washington, D. C., huviiiR received
his di ni'li urge. Ho was 0 member of the
63rd infantry, which has been stationed
at Washington for the past four months.
Both of the Htoner boys are now home,
Kdwin, a brother having arrived about
two week ago.
Paul Bluaclike writes Ins lather, M.
Blasi'hke here that ho hopes to start
homo from 1'ranleo by July 1. Ho is
tired of that country and says ho wants
to Ret back on good old American soil.
Oust Kroderikson and son, Gorily
Fiedrikson were here from Needy yes
terday. The latter has just returned
from France, having arrived home Sun
day. He feel fine and aniens in per
fect physical condition despite tho fact
that he was badly gassed by the Huns.
He received a warm welconfe upon his
arrival, having always ben one of the
popular young men of hia community.
(Aurora Observer. -
W. T. BIGDON k CO ' ,
252 North High Str.et
Particular work for parties-
lar people
Auto delivery 1272 State Bt.
Phone 1684 5 29
Radiators, Fenders and Oaa Tuaka
Repaired -Tractor
Radiators a Specialty
All work guaranteed, m 8. 12th Ht.
Salem, Oregon. 6-12
At Fridr.y night's meeting of the
Fourth of July executive committee and
chairman of thc various committees,
presided over by the president, John P.
Hunt, the personnel of the eommu.es
was completed, as follows:
Finance W. H. Broyles, chairman;
T. ( l'onnnaii, L. H. Shorey.
Entertainments Colonel J. M. Poor
man, chairman; Blaine McCord, Mrs. O.
C. Weller.
Reception Mayor James J. Ilall,
clir.iriimn. .
Publicity II. I, fiill, chairman; H. L.
Moore. N. A. H.rffard.
(iioiimls K. J. Standard, chairman,
D. A. Dayton. Pirnl Mills.
Decorations Walter H. Johnson,
Concessions I.. M. Bitney, chairman;
C. V. Whitman, J. Y. Pteelhammer.
Bssebr.ll Captain Grover Todd, chair
man; O. H. Wakefield, Walter School
er. Floats George TT. Becker, chairman;
E. P. Morrom, J. F. Nathman.
Parade Major Kugena Moshberger,
Bports John P. Hunt, chairman; Gait
Lansden. W. H. Huddleston.
Dance H. M. Austin, chairman; C.
B. Richards. Benton Killin.
The executive eommittee ronsists of
John T. Hunt, chairman; W. H. Broyles,
secretary treasurer; Y. X. Beck. E. G.
Emmett and H. M. Amtin. Indcpend
Phone 953
379 StaU Bt
Highest market price paid for logan
berries, Royal Anne cherries, red rasp
berries, strawberries, gnosciberriea ai
BartJett pear.
Phone 717
We furnih boxes and crates.
.'42 Stale St. . Halcm, Ore-.'
5 24
W will par full Tain for
Liberty Bonds la trade.
156 194 North Commercial St.
Tha Joarnal Job Departntsnt
will print yoc anything ia tha 4
stationery line 4o it right aad
save Ton rI noaev.
car of T
Yick So Tcng . i
Chinese Medlrrne and Tea Okv, T
fias medicine which will cure ay i
known disease. X
Open Bandavs from 10 A. If. T
until 8 P. M. I
153 Soutk High St , T
82 enoqj ui.2rf.i(j 'nioifg T
Players a Bpeelalty
With Cherringtoa Piano Honse, 421
Court St., Salem, Oregon '
Stop at t
"A Home Away from Home."
Strictly Modern tl Per Day
100 Booms of Solid Comfort
Onlr Hotel ia Business District