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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919.
4c TONIGHT AND SUNDAT
. 7:30 p. m. Song Service.
8:00 p. m. "The Atonement,
' or the Wood of Two
-' Birds," W. Leon Tucker,
11 D. D., New York,
i Sunday, Sept 21. .
11:00 a. m. "The Second Com
ing The Consummation of
the Incarnation," A. C.
Dixon, D. D.
.3:00 p. m. Song Service.
3:30 p. m. "The History and
; ' Destiny of the. Jew," W.
7:30 p.m. Song Service.
-8:00 p. m. "The Consumma
tion of the Age," W; Leon '
Tucker, D. D. .
The first meeting in the serit j of the
. interdenominational conference,, held at
tht First Baptist church last night, drew
a large cndienco and made a strum; im
pression. A half hour of song survive
led by B. F. Fcllman, made a very en
joyable prelude to the . adore of the
evening. J. W. Troy, the woJl known
linger, was the soloist of the evening.
Kev, Henry Ostrom, D. D., is fa'ailiar
., to many people in Salem through for
mer evangelical work in this city, nnd
thoy found hb had lost none of las old
time energy and gripping power. He is
preacher of the "old school" un
compromising in his belief In tho f inula-
mentals of scripture. Last night he
took as h
subject "The Present Day !wl' V at 8 o'clock this evening onl'n Marion county " would undoubtedly
ward the Bible," nnd intho""Th Atonement." This will be re. be housed in the public library building.
Bourse of hi addre.s h flaraA '
dieted most unmercifully the advocates
of higher criticism, modern thought and
agnosticism who would rob the Bible of
lis divine element. He declarod that in
tho final analysis the world war was
brought about in Germany through a
false conception of the Bible, or through
Ignoring tho Bible. ; He contended that
Sf the christian world had given the
look a chance to Interpret Hsolf in
stead of reading a distorted Interpreta
tion into it, Christian Science, Mormon
ism, KusM-lIism and other isms would
BO'ver havo existed on tho earth for ten
Ho pronounced a- scathing Itmunnln
lion against tho modern universities of
America whichohave followed Gorman?
la undermining the Bible as the revolu
tion of God, declaring they were nothing
loss than pagan W their Influence. Tf
jle had the. management of national e.lii
cation he would seo that every high
chool graduate had a course in some.
Bible school 'before they undertook a
eurso of higher education, for there
an bo no leal education without a prifp
or conception of divine truth, he said.
Dr, Ostrom delivered another .stron j
address this morfling on "The Battle
fiold of Prayer." Other sn'-nkers on
.tho program today are Rev, W. L, Pet-
Used Cars for Sale
One Chevrolet, model 1917
in good condition............$550
One Chevrolet, model 1915
in fair condition..............$475
One Maxwell, model 1917
in good Condition $600
One Ford, model 1914, in
fair condition .$325
One Saxon Roadster, mod
el 1916, self-starter, good
One Saxon bug, model
1915 good condition $300
One Oakland light farm
185-197 S. Com'l. St.
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY
TO BE EXTENDED
OUT TO SUBURBS
People living on. the Pacific High
way for at least one and one third
miles north of the city limits will soon
have the benefits of the service of the
Portland Railway Light and Power
company, in the way of electricity for
lightng and varous other -household
A contract has just been "signed by
Lloyd T. Reynolds, Mrs. Sallie Rey
nolds, A. E. Peterson, D. X. Beechler,
P. H. Garland, T. W. Stciger and Frank
Comstock with the light company by
which work will begin at once extend
ing the service to these families.
To secure service on this one and
one-third miles the seven parties en
tered into a contract with the company
to pay $1130.00, the actual cost of ex
tending the lines. In order that the
lines and poles may become the pro
perty and in care of tho light company
the seven subscribers receive their sor
vice. free Df charge for two years.
In 'other words each party pays on
an average of 161.50 to secure the
service and this Is gradually refunded
covering a period of two years in the
way of no charges for lights. At the
expiration of two years they will have
monthly bills rendered as to other users
of light and electricity.
- Tho extension of electricity into the
close rural distrTcts makes business for
other interests. It is understood that in
the Liberty district where tho wires
have just been extonded, farmers are
doing all their pumping by electricity
and the women folks are buying elec
tric washing machines and electric
tinglll, of Philadelphia Bible school, and
Rev. W, Leon TucKer, of New York
Wdcd by an attractive ong sarvice led
jbv W Try'
Tomorrow afternoon Dr. W. B. Rilov.
or Minneapolis, will occupy tho pulpit,
He is tho leading spirit in tho confer
ence movement and recognized us one of
the finest pulpit orators In the country.
IN STATE'S HISTORY
(Continued from page one)
of tho Oregon Agricultural college.
The services will bo held in tho" live
V Tuesday is woman ' and dairymen 's
day, and the organizations represent
ing each havo made arrangements to
observe it with special programs.
Wcdnosday is Salem day, and a sbo-
oinl feature of the duv will be tho
2:0S pace, tho ibest race on tho speed
program for the woolt. Exceptionally
fast horses are entered in this event,
and ll is expected that -it will be re
plete with thrills. : , (
Portland people, nnd tho Elks 'will
invade the grounds Thnrsdav. for that
i tlo day sot apart for them, nnd on
I'nciiiy.tno people of the WiUnmotto
valley will celebrate. Saturday has
been named a manufjieturers and
grange day, and Saturday night will
e concessioners nitint.
Portland, Or., Sept. 20. Hilly Mns
aott of Portland and tioorgie Thomp
son of Los Angeles boxed ten rounds to
a draw here last night. It was agreed
before the match that a draw decision
should be given if both scrappers were
on their feet at the ond of the bout due
to the fact that Thompson failed by 8V4
pounds to make tho lltl pounds weight.
But the agrement wasn't necessary for
Mnacott held his own desptto tho handi
cap. After ten hard rounds of buttling.
with Stanley Willis, Peter Mitchie wou
decision which the crowd didn't seem
to like a bit.
Freddie Anderson won after eight
rounds of mixing with Kid Kxposito.
Sammy Gordon was given a decision
over Eddie Britt at the end of five
While the workers for membership
in the Commercial club have discon
tinued their noon day luncheons, the
business of soliciting for additional
members will continue until tho field
has ibeen thoroughly covered. Several
captains report prospects good for ad
ditional memberships especially from
those who happen to 'be out of tho city
It is thought that the state house, su
preme court building and state institu
tions will also yield a number of members,-
as many employes of the state
pow own property in Salem and are in
terested in -its welfare.
A system of industrial tours has been
outlined for the winter. That is, at
certain times, all members of the Com
mercial club will be asked to visit one
of the 'big -institutions of the city and
be entertained as guests.
The- fact that but few of the Com
mercial clnb was informed as to the
extent of the Salem Tile and Mercan
tile company was shown yesterday
when the business men - visited the
plant, in North Salem ...
COUNTY LIBRARY IS
.' A meeting in held, this afternoon at
the public library with a regard to the
matter of establishing a county library.
Thig is a mutter that has ben taken up
by ' interested citizens of Silverton
where thcro is no public library, and
thoy are joined in the movement by
citizens of Woodburn, with the co-oper
ntion of the Salem library board.
Should such a library ba established
.V" .""' v ""rT "a oy
the law of 1803, which providos that
any county having 50,000 people may
lovy a tax not to exceed one-fifth of a
mill for its support.
There are now five countv libraryjn
svstems in ortcrntioTi in t.Tia ntAta. nnri P
porta from these go to show that it has
proved most satisfactory. By this means
every incorporated town in the county
i .assured of a- library of its own, every
patron of which may borrow 25 or more-
books for lusonn use and may exchange
them a-a often as ho likes, transporta
tion to and from the library being free.
The North Salem Improvement asso
ciation is the name under which resi
dents of thiB part of the city will car-
r" on their work for not only improv
ing living conditions, ibut in securing
P'y ground's, 'better streets and better
everything. To start the ball rolling, a
coinmitteo was appointed last evening
consisting of August Hnckcstein, chair
man, Ward K. Richardson and J. A.
We Have -Just
From New York a splendid new shipment of Fall
and Winter Suitings and Overcoatings, making our
stock complete with the newest styles and patterns.
Our force of Tailors is ample to handle all orders in
Clothes cleaned and pressed and altered.
High Class Tailor to Men and Women
Oil BIG FACTORS
III WORLD SERIES
'New York, Sept. 20. Opinion is di
vided oa what will be the big noise in
the world's series batting or pitching.
John McGraw is foremost among the
authorities who predict the 1919 cham
pionship banner will go to the team
that gets the best pitching. Others main
tain it will be the heavy artillery that
will, decide the scries.' There is a third
group,' which comes out. rather Baf ely,
in predicting that in the present case
it will bo a combination of the two de
partments that will be the winning fac
tor. . ;7 . ; j,
Many fang are getting away from
the early theory that .Moran has Glea
son licked in the pitching department.
Recent work of Dicky Kerr and Bill
James and the promise shown by Roy
Wilkinson, late of the American Asso
ciation is making the buges believe the
White Sox are not in such a bad way
for, pitchers. Followers of the prospec
tive American league champions main
tain that out of his raft of pitchers Mo
ran has only three dependable enough
to be criven a chance in the biff fizht
i Sallee, Reuther and Eller. And thoy
claim Gleson has three just as good in
Cicotte, William and Kerr.
In hitting ,the fans generally grant
the advantage to the American leaguo
leaders. Jackson, Collins, "Gandil and
Weaver have mauled every hurler in
Ban Johnson's circuit and the Bed
pitchers don't seem "super" enough to
stamp them out. Morr.n has two good
swatcrs in Rousch and Groh and the Te
cruit sensation, Duncan, hns been forg
ing to the front with timely stick work.
He may be the big noiso of the series for
Housing of students arriving to enter
Willamette university is a serious prob
lem confronting 4he people of Salem.
here is. practically not a vacant house
or room in thtf 'city. '
Wo are in the Market for all va
rioties of Lale Apples. Call tip
Warehouse, Hijth and Ferry Sts.
. e Phpna 717
Office 542 Statist Salem, Or.
The. exceptional qual
ity of our profession
al conduct matches
the np to dateneas
of , our equipment.
i We serve with an ex-
n I perieneed djrection.
NORTH SMI W01S
(Feeling that North Salem has been
partly overlooked when ' it comes to
civic improvements, the residents of
this section of the city are holding
meetings and preparing to 'bring all
residents together in working for the
general upbuilding of their neighbor
hood. At a meeting held last evening with
Superintendent E. It. Tillinghast pre
siding, it was decided that a general
meeting of all living in the north part
of the city should be held on the eve
ning of Friday October 3, at which
time officers of the organization will
be elected and committees from the
different jiocalitie of. '(North Salem
be appointed. '
The residents of North. Salem feel
that from many standpoints, they have
a section that is far better drained
than others,- that they have a more
productive' soil and that in many re
spects, their part of the city ie more
desirable than other locations. And at
the same. timo, they are aware that
iNorth Salem has not kept up with the
march of modern improvements.
To 'bring out a spirit of civic pride
and to prepare for paving and parking
and other improvements, those inter
ested state that meetings will 'be held
this winter and that with the proper
pride taken in North Salem develop
ment, the appearance of this section
of the city will change materially for
the better with a year's time.
'Charles Ray, the " man 'a man, "
comes to the Oregon theater tomorrow
in another stirring role that will bring
a smile to the faces of his admirers.
He is tho,."whole show" in "Bill
Henry, " in which he appears as just
the sort of human animal the average
theater goer admires a gritty, se'f re
liant, persistent, bellicose young chap
with a streak of chivalry in his nature
who fights his way to vjctory against'
odds and keeps his modesty in the hour
of triumph. "Bill Henry" is a husky
young salesman who becomes enmeshed
in a love affair with a handsome heir
ess, and in the course of whining her
he has occasion to play a most remark
able game of poker, put up a terrific
fight with 'bare fists, along with other
dramatic stunts. Tho screen fans will
think more pf Bay than ever when the
tilm enda. '
"The work is the important
"Then let's get the Twin City
That's the war to tcok at it-fiom
Get a tractor that win do the work that la simple
, to operate! quickly and easily accessible.
tine lwinuity iz-zu is
Built to Meet tlie Wotk
I Not to Meet a Price
h has Mood the gaff of every form and field strain
pot upon h. On every job from healing S-bottom
plows in heavy soil to every type of belt work, h has
proved that it is made for the emergency load as
well as the constant everyday strain
Oregon Traction Co
m SOUTH COMMERCIAL
MING TIME TODAY
Cleveland Ohio, Sept. 20. Boutine
business held the attention of the Uni
ted Mine Workers of America conven
tion heret oday. With the conference
of miners and mine operators only a few
days off, delegates expected Monday to
us"her in the most strenous and import
ant sessions of tho convention.
Insurgents defeated the administra
tion forces "on two resolutions affect
ing the policy of the organization, in
the selection of traveling auditors, field
workers and district statisticians. Se
lection by popular election instead of
by anpointment was demanded by the
insurgents and they defeated measures
which sought to preserve the former
.system. The fight was marked by bit
The wage scale committee is in con
stant session in preparation for its re
port next week.
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ed Robert Thomas.
Mrs. I'luuimcr was formerly Ella
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Salem, Oregon Phone 283