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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1919.
- All church notices intended
for publication in the Saturday
Issue of The Capital Journal
must be in the office by 3
o'clock Friday afternoons.
United Evangelical Church.
. Cottage street, near Marlon, G, I
l.ovell, pastor. The Sunday school will
meet nt 10 a. m., R. A. Schmalle, fcuper
intendent. Worship and preaching at 11
a. in., "An Appeal With Some Reason."
Evening worship and sermon at a p. m
Prayer service on Thursday evening.
First Baptist Church.
"Our Men in the Service" will be a
special feuture at the First Baptist
church nt the 'evening service, beginning
at 8 o'clock. At this timo the chureu
service' flag containing 02 sting will be
tnkeu down and a handsome engrossed
and framed honor roll containing the
names of those represented by the stars
will lie hung on the wall after the names
are read. Returned service men are spe.
einlly invited. The pastor's evening
topic will' be, "Have Faith iii God."
Morning service at U o'clock, topic
" Heart Purity and Spiritual Vision."
Sunday school, 9:43 a. m. Younu Peo
ple's mooting, 7 p. m. A cordial invita
tion to" ult these services is extended to
the public-. ' ,
' South Salem Friends Church,
Corner South Commercial and Wash
iugrou streets, H. H. Pemberton pastor.
Kiblo school nt 10 a. ., classes for aU
nnd till are welcome, Carl K. Miilor, su
perintendent. Meeting for worship with
singing and preaching ut 11 a. m. and
8 p. in. ,'G. E. meeting at. 7 p. m. Pray
er meeting at. 8 p. m., Thursday.
. Free Methodist Church,
. - Sunday services: Sunday school at 10
u. in.) preaching at 11 a. m, and 7:43
p. in.; preaching Wednesday night at 8
o'clock by Rev. F. L, Burns; prayer
meeting Thursday, 8 p, m. cotlugo pray
er meeting at 1403 North Winter street
Wednesday at 2 p. m.j Young People's
y meeting Sunday at 0:43 p. m. All are
welcome. W. J. Johnston, pastor,
Church of Christ Scientist.
, First Church of Christ Scientist, Sun
day service Is hold at 440 Chomeliotu
street at 11 a. tn., subject of Biblo lesson
"Substance." Smiduy school at 9:45
n. ju. Wednesday evening testimonial
meeting at 8 p. in. Reading room, 209
Masonic temple, open ovory day except
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Sunday find holidays from 11:45 to 5
n m All fii'A tnvitort to mil- ervices and
iu our rvauiiig ruviu.
First United Brethren Church.
Yew Park. Bible study at 10 a. m.;
public worship at 11 a. m., subject.
"The Just Shall Live by Faith," Mrs.
Kiln MeEIroy will sing; Young People s
meeting in the evening at 7::i0 o'clock.
Mrs. I., L. Barrett leader, Mrs. Ktta
Burns, president. Mid-week prayer
meeting every Wednesday evening a
7:30 o'clock, I. M. Anderson, leader. A
cordial Invitation is extended to all wob
desire to come and worship with us. C.
W. Corby,, pastor.
: - First Presbyterian Church.
Church street, between Chenieketa
and Center, Thomas 8 Anderson, min
ister. Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m.i
classes for all. Public worship at 11 Bi
m., theme, "The Judgments of God "
Ec.cles. 12:14. This is the third of a
I group of sermons. Y. P. S. V. H. at 7
p. m. Evening worship at b o'ciock,
subject, "Parable of the Lost Sheep."
A cordial welcomennd earnest service of
worship for all.
First Congregational Church.
Liberty and Center streets, Rev. W. C(
Kuntuor, minister 10 n. m., Sunday
school with classes for all W. I. Stalcy,
superintendent; 11 it. m., sermon, "Tho
Life Pattern Showed in the Holy
Mount"; 8 p. in., sermon, "My Pilot
and Yours." Following this a two red
motion picture, "Muscle Shoal" Tray-1
er meeting, 7:30 o'clock, Thursday even
ing. Studios iu the Book of "The Acts."
Jason Lee Memorial Church.
Corner of Winter and Jefferson
streets, Thomas Achcson pastor. The
program for Sunday September Kill is
as follows: Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
classes for, all ages under the cure of
capable teachers. All who are looking
for Sunduy school privileges nre heartily
welcomed to our classes. Public worship
at 11 a. in,, subject, "A Backslidden1
Church." Epworth League devotional
meeting, 7 p. m. A good time is as
sured and young people uro cordially in
vited to bo present. Evening service, 8
o'clock, subject, "The Error of Ba
laam." Features of the day's activity;
Reception of members during morning
servico; sormoiiettc for children at the
morning hour; special music at each
service by the chorus choir, led by Prof,
(,'lark. We extend to tho public a apo
dal invilation to como and worship with
us. Don 't forget prayer meeting Thurs
day eveuing ut 8 o'clock.
. Central Congregational Church.
Corner South Nineteenth and Ferry
streets. Sunday school at 10 a. in., Mrs,
Burton E. Edwards, superintendent.
Morning address at 11 o'clock. Chris
tian Kndcavdr lit 7:13 p. m. Evening
service at 8 o'clock, theme, "The Mis
sio.iary Enterprise." Music by tho
girls' chorus. ,
Associated Bible Students.
Meet at Moose hall, corner High and
Court streets, every Sunday from 10 a.
in. to 12 n. Study iu Sixth Vol. this
Sunday. Junior class from 10 to 11 a.
in.; Friends and public invited.
Nineteenth and Marion streets. Sun
day school at 8:4:5 a. m., W. 15. Hardy,
superintendent. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and agaiu at 8 p, n. Prayer meeting
Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. Young
People's Bible study Sunday evening at
7 o'clock. We are putting forth an ef
fort to get our people interested in the
study of the Biblo and the salvation of
other souls. If you want to attend an
old fashion religious meeting come over.
Just one block from tho Chcmekcta car
line on Nineteenth r.nd Marion streets.
A. Wells, pastor; Florence Wells, dea
eonoss Highland Friends Church.
Bible school at .10 a, in., Earl I'rultt.
superintendent. Competent Christian
teachers and classes for all. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. Evening sub-
deet a continuation of our studies in
ect u CUUMNUUUUIl UX UUr SlUUieS in,111' "U luiij JJiiiifciJ.iUB. n illluut U1B
(ovulation. Young People 'b meeting at church and its influence, yourself, tac
:45 p. in. Prayer meeting Thursday at communtiy and the nation would soon
8 p. in. I. O. Leo and wife, pastors.
St. Paul's Church.
Tliii-t.niith SiiiiHiit nffo Ti-inift, 7--in
a. m., holy com in union; 9:45 a. m.. ,ll0W to observe this day for the good Be ther" promptly, at 10 a. m. A seimon
Church school; 1 1 a. m. morning prayer f tho human race, and anyone disre-to the children" by the pastor. The
unci sermon, "Christian, ldeuls or Bol . K'fling His laws can not be exjie. ted to ' mornillg sermon, "The Missionary Pro
shevisuif"; .7:30 p. in., evening prove be fo,md reliable in his other dealings eram Aided Throueh Church jixtcn-
und address. "Reverence." tW,.il.
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wolcoiuu. Charles H. Powell, rector.
Church of God.
No. 1310 North Church street, J. J.
Oillispie, pastor. Sunday school, i0 a.
ui., Mrs. M. Ruufle, superintendent.
Preaching service, 11 a. m., at the chapel
and at the county farm at 3 p. m.
Young People's meeting 7 p. in., Preueh
ing service at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. All
ttro cordially invited to attend these
Christian and Missionary Alliance.
Usual serviecs nnd Bible rcii.liho-eon-
ducted by Rev. J. E. Fee of Poiiland,
next Thursday afternoon, September 18
te 032 South Commercial street, at 2:13
o'clock, AH are welcome.
Leslie Methodist Episcopal Church
Corner South Counnerciiil and Movers
streets, Horace N. Aldrich, pastor 9:4ij
a. in, Sunday school, with classes for mer Slump" has gotten nu awful hard the last service before the annual con- The program will also include a ser
all ages, E. A. Rhoten, superintendent; ! hit from our Biblo school this summer forenco, which meets in Portland, Junn ies of missionary conferences in which
primary department under tho direction so far. Let's hit, him a harder blow 17. A cordial invitation to come and j prominent women workers will take
of Mrs. Mason Bishop. ' Public, worship, yet. The young peoplo will be in charge hoar the message and to worship with ' part. Among social features will be the
11a. iu., with sermon by the pastor, this time. A special program arranged, us. The Sunday school meets at 2 p. m. Seminary men's banquet at Leslie
theme, "Immortal Life Through Jesus
Christ." Devotional meeting of the Ep
worth League, 7 p. in., Leslie Springer,
president. Song service' and an address
by the pastor, 8 p. m. .
Salem Ministers Association.
A very important meeting of the as
sociation will be held in the Y. M. C. A.
Monday morning at 10 o'tock. State
Labor Commissioner Charles H." Gram
and Secretary McCrosky of the Salem
Commercial club will discuss tho ques
tion of "Voluntary Mediation." Col.
E. E. Hofer will represent tho -manufacturers.
A cordial invitation is ex
tended to any who may be interested, all
members of the association are urged
to be present. w ...
First Christian Church.
Center streets, two blocks north of
tho court house, Lefiind W. Porter, pas
tor. Bible school at 9:43 a. m. . Morn
ing worship at 11 o'clock, cloeiug
promptly at 12 noon, sermon, "Christian
Liberty vs. Religious Anarchy." Mora
ig anthem, "Something for Thee," by
Phelps. Evening church Service at 8
o'clock, sermon, topic, "Prophets in
God's Eeternul Plan." Mrs. Porter wilv
sing. Why go to ehurchf Because it is
right. It helps to create and maintain
a desire for good in the minds of the
people. It helps to dcvolop tho better
.nature man. It helps to mold society in
high and lofty principles. Without the
lapse into barbarism. Absence from
church services tends to improper nse
and desecration of the Lord's day. God
has given us a law and instructed us
:wltn - his fcllowmen.
First Methodist Episcopal Chuith.
1 'State and Church streets. Class meet- !
jing at 9:15 a. m. Sunday schooi, 9:43 '
a. m., jonn w. lomi, superintendent,
11:00 a. m., the sermon will be by the
Rev. George. H. Parkinson, D. D. The
pastor will speak nt the Old Peoples
Home ut 3 p. in. At 6:30 p. m. the
Young People's societies will meet, Mrs.
Paronagian will have charge of the ;juu-
iors; the senior chapter will meet in the
lecture room, Paul Roney will lend and
Miss Vandcvort will sing. At 7:30 p.
m.; the pnstor will speak on "The No-'cr
cessity That Prays, and the Fuiness
jTll"t Sings." Prayer meeting Thursday
1 evening fit 7:30 o'clock. :
Court Street Christian Church.
Corner of North Seventeenth and
Court streets. Only three more Lord's
days and the "Summer Slump Cam-
ipaign" will be over. Old man "Sum-
Inter 'Denominational Conference
Sessions During Coming Week To
r Deal With Vital Church Problems
One of (he most important and in
fluential gatherings of recent years
will be convened in this city next week,
in the inter-denominational conference
sessions to be held in the First Baptist
church, Friday, Saturday and Sunday,
Sept. 10, 20 and 21. This conference is
intended not only to deal with some of
the great problems before the church
es, but to bring about a broader fellow-
J ship among the denominations in meet-"
lag tree demands of tne Hour, witn
the local pastors presiding over the
sessions, there will be strong inspiring
addresses from prominent' evangelists
and Bible scholars from the east Rev.
Henry Ostrora, Rev. Leon Tucker and
Rev. A. C. Iixon. Along with the dis
cussions will be special music and con
gregational song services. The complete
program is as follows: v
. Friday, Sept. 19
Rev. G. L. Lovcll presiding.
7:10 p. m. .song service, led bv H.
8 p. m., " la the Bible God'g word?"
Henry Ostrom, D. D., evangelist.
Saturday Sept. 20
Morning Rev. I. G. Lee presiding.
9:30, song and devotional service.
10, "The church, its mission and des
tiny." W. L. Pettinaill. D. I)., dean of
I Philadelphia school of the Bible.
it. ' ' 'w,.,,, n n
10:43, "The battlefield of prayer,"
, Afternoon Rev. , H. E. Pemberton
sion. Junior christian Endeavor,
p. m. The Youug People s society la
invited to make this a joint meeting
Young People's meeting, 7 p. m. Song
servico and sermon, 8 p. . in. theme.
j "Barabas or Christ." The monthly
Bible school conference of the officers
' and teachers and friends of the school
( will bo held next Tuesday evening at
the home of Superintendent Ed loung
on the Garden Road. A special paper
is to be given by the pastor on." Success
in Bible School Work." Every worker
requested to be there and friends in
.vited. Very. Important conference. Pra.'
meeting Thursday, 8 p. in. Every-
hodv welcome to wnrshin with us
"Jesus Christ and Him Crucified"
j preached with power. R.L.Putnam
Scandinavian Methodist Church.
South Fifteenth and Mill streets, Rev,
Anthony E. Liud will preach Sunday i
.afternoon at 3 o'clock. This will bo -
3:00, song service, led by B. F. Fell
man, D. 1). ...
3:30, "The spirit filled life," Henry
Ostrom, D. D.
Evening Rev. W. S. Kuntner presid
7:300, song service led by B. F. Well
. 8, "The atonement, or the blood of
two bi ids, W. .Leon Tucker, D. D.,
-Now York. -Sunday,
Sept. 21 ,
11 a.'m. "The second coming the
consummation of the incarnation," A.
V. Dixon, D. D., recently pastor Spur-
gcon's tabernacle, London.
3 p. m. song service.
: 3:30 p. m. "The history and destiny
of the Jew," W. Leon fucker.
7:30 p. m. song service.
8 p. mH. "The consummation of the
age," W. Leon Tucker.
Prominent Churchmen On Pro
gram For Sessions Here
October 1 To 6.
The program of the 67th annual con
ference of the Methodist Episcopal
church in Oregon has just been issued,
covering six days rounded out' with ad
dresses, conferences, important busi
ness and social aftlairs, with plenty of
music and good fellowship interspers
ed. The sessions proper begin October
1st and close Octoiber 6, but Monday
and Tuesday, September 29-30 will be
occupied with conference examinations
and other matters, with a saered con
cert under the direction of Prof. John
R. Sites on Tuesday evening.
Outstanding features of the program
will be the annual address of Bishop
Matthew S. Hughes, D. D., L. L. I).,
president of the conference; and ser
mons and addresses by Clarence True
J ilson, Justice Henry L. Benson ot
the supreme- court, President Carl G.
Doney, of Willamette university, Pres
ident H. J. Talbott of Kimball college,
Charles A. 'Bowen, D. D., J. P. Marlatt;
V. IX, C D. Day, D. D., E. E. Gilbert,
U. D., Charles K, iBibson, D. D., S. J.
Greenfield D. D., John M7 Walters,
), n Joshua Stanfield, D. D,
Under the direction of the
Sisters of the Holy Names,
Salem, Oregon, Boarding
and4 Day school
Most Approved Methods
Primary, Grammar and
High School . Departments
Complete Courses in Harp,
Piano, Voice Culture, Violin
Elocution and Physical
, Culture Classes
Modem Conveniences And
Scholastic year begins
church, and a reception to ministers'
wives and lady delegates at the Kim.- -of
the Luella Kimball club, and a luneh.
eon given by the Ministers' Wives as-
sooiation at Leslie churoh. , -
Every effort is being made by tie
local churches to make this a memor
able occasion, both to the visitors and
tho Salem public. Special attention will
bo given to the music of the eonter-
ence, which will be furnished by the
Kimball college chorus, under the di
rection of Rev. H. N. Aldrich. '
ALIMONY CASE DISMISSED.
(Capital Joui'i'.al Special Service.
Dallas Ore., Sept. 13. O. E. Holmes,
a former Dallas contractor now living
iu Portland was hailed before Circuit
Judge Herry H. Belt this week to ans
wer a charge preferred by his' formei
wife, Mrs. Libbie Holmes, claiming that
the defendant had not paid her the $30
per month allowed her when she secured
a divorce a few years ago. Judge Belt
after hearing the testimony in the ease
found that Mr. Holmes had followed the
court 's instruction in the matter and or
dered the case dismissed.
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