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PAGE TWO CHURCHES TO HOLD IffHE UNION SERVICES If II II IVUI II 1U HELD TO BLAME Thanksgiving servcles will be held thU year at the First Christ fan church, and the Thanksgiving oroion will be preached by Eev. Blaina E. Kirkpatrick, pastor of the First Methodist church of Sfolom. At a meeting held Wednesday or toe program eommitteo ox the Kalom Ministerial association, plans were maae ror the. annual services, lie v. J. J. Evans of the First Christian church will preside Rev. W. T. Millikin, pastor of the First Baptist church, will offer the invocation, while the proclama tion of President Harding will be read by Rev. H. F. Pembertoa, of ine jjnene M. JS. church. J'rayer will be offered by C. Judy, .pastor of the Central Con gregational church, and the bene- uu-uon pronounced by Rev. W. C Kantner, pastor of the First Con erecatlonal church . The Thanksgiving music will be In charge of the choir of the First Christian church. The collection win oe tor the benefit of the city's Associated Charities. last year the Thanksgiving col- xn-.viun, amounting to a little more ; than $100, was for the benefit of the Near East Belief. With the money this year to be given to a local cause, members of the Minis terial Association hope for a much larger liberal response. The program committee that ar ranged the Thanksgiving services . consist of the Rev. H. F. Pember ton, president; Rev, R. L. Putnam. socrefary, Hev. W. W. Long, Rev, v. uuy ana itev. JNathan Swabb. Barnesboro. Pa.. Nnv Th management of the , Relly Col lieries companys mine .number one at Snaneler was heiii rannn. lble for the gaa explosion in the nuuergrouna workings on Novem ber o wnen 1 1 men mot Haotv. i the coroners Jury verdict returned weanesaay. The explosion, the 1 11 TV halt) "occurred from the use ot open hgAt8 8fter the mlne management ' """wieage ot the accumula tion of explosive gas in the mine and by not employing a sufficient number of fire bosses to make the I i" "per inspections and by fail ing to Provide Dronr moor. conducting sufficient v.miu.i.. to the working forces In the mine." Thirty one siirvtvnra fdDMi.j together with official of n, Relliy company, state ntnJi. apeciora and Spanglermine bosses. 65 LOANS APPROVED BY ..' BONUS COMMISSION At the meeting of the state bonus commission held Tuesday, 65 loans were approved, with a total amount of J170.S0O. Nine cash claims were also approved. with a total of J2.2SO.. The first cash claim was an. proved by the commission March 2, 1922, and the total amount al lowed to date Is $4,417,410. The first land loan was approved May 6, and the total loan on land approved by the . commission amount to $5,732,900. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON LLOYD DRESSED3 IN AS CONVICT ' - 91.) Rosedale News Polk County Court New Corporations The Astoria Owl Drug company of Astoria filed articles of Incor poration with the state corpora- nun uepartment here , Tuesday. The company Is capitalized at $55,000. The Incorporators are i. a. Helloerg, Peter Paulsen and r i hiik u. Herg. me western Diatomite Co. of J'urtiatid filed a certificate show ing an increase In capitalization rrom. ?2OO,00O to $300,000, and a certificate filed by the L. B. Menefee Investment Co., Portland shows an Increase in capitaliza tion from $1,500,000 to $2,000, 000. ,'. Circuit flniir . Charles K. Snauldinir Ln' company, vs. Vance L". Butler: Ac- uon lor money. Probata rtnuri. Oscar Havter nf null,,. administrator t ootot,. ri ca Uornsife, deceased. Bond of $200 movea. u u. MU B Ri Wo,f8 and H. (tons. Dunsmore aonninf Marriage Licenses Martin A. Ban It a. Oregon, ana Mary Abderhold en, age 21. Bunll. n,.. Chester Carl Rnnv, v o ' , "Bice E. Jenkins, a 23, PaH, City, Oregon. Kidney and Bladder Troubles Have to Go C'loB(l up Kidney Di'jxwlm ari. Ulfwolvcd and tlio Toxins (Pols, ons Completely Driven Out. IiiiBKlnt8 Told to Gtutrautce It li kvory IiiMamw. ITOE PRACTICE PIANOS w ? Down $1-80 a Week We have two ..;, 7, ce .. and take them harir f n on a w piano at any time, ' w Z',a? wo at 411638 terms. uuwu louay. " O.-C. WELL estate St. Mr. Thomas of Scotts Mills viaif- ed his son Rev. Clvda Thorns... nnr ine week end. several irom here attended the friends quarterly meeting in Sa lem last Saturday, The Parent-Teachers niAtina will meet at the school house Fritiav evening. xne school will give their iuaimsgiving program at that time. A pie social will follow. Each lady m required 10 Dnng a pie and the geniiemen aoc. Fronnfldn w II a. t me scnooi. Bev. Asa Woodaril rmm TnHinnn began revival meetings . at the Tnd s, chiunph - Sunday evening. a-ii are cordiallv invitnrl tn i,o- him. A staffer from Snlom ;ii probably direct the music after this ween. - AS COUrteOUalv as nnooll,l r IWIUID, ill. Daugherty is trying to inform the booze ehlDB thev mav cri t r h j n ,u iau- iax. . ' Exhausted from Grippe Cough La Grippe couehs raelr tear the sufferer to a atote t exhaustion. "Would tTPt fm nlnf a ly exhausted from violent grippe coughs," writes R. G. Collins Barnegat. N. J. "Trlnrt pio,, Honey and Tar and the cough ceased entirely." TTsnri h J ,111 cc generations for coughs, colds and croup, throat, chest and bron chial irritation. Fnlev'a and Tar has stood th t.D time. Contain 3 Tin nnlnroo. jdients printed on the wrapper J Largest selling cough medicine in the world. Joliet, 111., Nov. 23 fBv Asso ciated Press.) William Bross Lloyd, millionaire commimttiit la bor party leader, who surrendered at the penitentiary shortly before midnight to serve his sentence ot from 1 to 6 years for violation nf the Illinois anti-syndicalism ant is now convict No. 8385. no was measured for a new prison suit and other equipment today. He is havlner his hair cut in prison style and his Bertillion measurements and finger prints lateen. He probably will be as signed to his work tomorrow. Pen itentiary authorities -denied re ports that he would be 'a teacher sn the convicts' school. AUTO TRUCKS PAY PROFIT TO STATE Portland. Or.. Nov. 23. Opera tion of auto trucks given to the state highway commission by the reueral government returned net profit of $73,000 in 1921 and $52,000 to date In 1922, accord ing to figures elven bv the com mission's, secretary, Roy Klein. The commission operated the iif:ks in hatilinz firravel and rock and charged contractors for -their usa. More than zuu or tnese iea eral government trucks are In use by the commission, it was report ed. . The fieurea were made avail able In discussion of the request of Wallowa county for the - ubb through the winter of trucks In place of seeing them sent to gar ages. The commission announced Its willingness to release more trucks to the counties under the present terms of operation. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23 J ty for the . use i An ."i'ii, An. adiiltln-i ."Hi a nk.. . s "rric, men the employment ZZ mt men. Angora. Galllb Pasha bas heen appointed to displace Rafet Pasha as military governor of Constan tinople. FINE VICTEOLA $19 $1 Down 50o a Week Also one other mnha hrnnrt new, at half Dries. Ona nour 7K machine $37.50.- $1 down, $1 a week. See these today great hnva every one of them. GEO. C. WILL 432 State St. 1 s. U 0 CURED , in 6 to-t4 Days All Druggists are authorized to refund money If PAZO OINT MENT fails to cure any case of ITCHING, BLIND. BLEEDING or PROTRUDING PILES. Cures ordinary cases in 6 days, the worst cases in 14 days. PAZO OINTMENT Instantly Re lieves ITCHING PILES and yon can get restful sleep after the first application. 60c; A Beautiful Complexion & Admiration Ladies A few days' treatment with CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS will do more to clean ud the skin than all jf !. F - jKf. . s,-: perfect At I AH1 Plexl on is Vi If I E R caused by a 4 IJPILLS slueeish liver. I IS.'. Million nt T.7 i l-lTTi?trmmM take them for BiHousimw, Dizziness, Siclc Headache. Upset Stomach Bed for Sallow. Pimply and Blotchy Skin. Thread tha Small PUl Small Dose Small Price L.M.HUM Care of Yick So Tong Chinese Medicine and Tea Co. has medicine which wlli cure any known dis ease. Not open Sundays , 15S South High Street Salem. Oregon. Phone 283 'lor the men. Htti all I : I . iTV i.; I if f -'?r rat h c 1 f f f STUMPING A' Hi V I gSfcg. I For Gifts That last HARTMAN BEOS. Diamonds Watches Jewelry and Silverware Phone 1255 Salem, Ore. VIp. 'W,J J With The Crowds That Are Coming It Is .- "Your vei-y" life," says Dr. Carey, ufjiunus upon the perfect tunc tlonlng and health of your kid neya so whatever you do don't neKiect them. lJr. Carey's famous Prescription No. 777 (known for years as Mnrshroot) is not recommended ror everytning, but we cannot too strongly urge Its use if you suffer . i nun annoying Diauaer trouble. frequent passing of water night hiiu any, witn smarting or lrrlta- iHMi, uui;it aunt seoiment or high ly colored urine, bloating, irrita bility With 1IMB rt fl.il, ,.., other tendency to Bright'a disease, umuoiea or gravel, for kidney dls ease m lta worst form may , be Bteaiing upon you. Don't wait until tomorrow to be gin the use of thU wonderful pre scription now obtainable in both liquid and tablet form if you have any of the above symptoms. Kid ney and bladder troubles don't wear away. They will grow upon you slowly, stealthily and with un failing certainty. If you evon snu peot that you are subject to kid ney disease, dont lose a single Anv for every good druggist hns heeii authorised to return the purchase "'"'"J " ie tirst Ulg bottle t. all who state they have received "" - (adv) Fine $800 Player Piano and Bolls S367 We have a fine used player at the above price and will sell it on terms ot only $10 down and $2.50 a week. If you want a real buy In a player piano see this. GEO. C. WILL 43!i State St. era Run win c.iw i a.f'lurary s .-business, which M wijr uu nuavy. i;oiTie til oose ilI I . B wmietbetli oosmglsGooi 7 miore t -a, . , Stumping Costs Are Lower This Year Load results have proved that Pacific Stumpbg Powder will da,, wt per doUar othTltanda??SLS a half this yeat for the same price you formerly paid mite enough to clear one acre. . Last Spring actual experience in this district proved the non-freezina and non-headache features of this unequaUefstuS)ing powd?wn oSurslod S The Watt Shipp Pdr. Co. Salem, Oregon NONrHEADACHE T NON-FREEZINC J if" STUMPING POWDER E. L DU PONT DE NEMOURS fts CO., Inc PORTLAND, ORE. Ladies' Shoes In biick, brown and colors, that were $7.00, 18.00" and $10.00, go at BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES $5.00 values are $ 1 .95 Ladies' Shoes One Lot black and brown Shoes, our regular $8.00 seller; good styles Christmas Sailings to Europe from St. John, N. B. S. S. Tunisian to Liverpool December 8. J. Mehta to Southainnten. e o erou,rar -December 9 o. i3. juuiucaim to X.ivrpooi December 12 o. b. jnetftgama to Glasgow December '15 WEST INDIES CEUISES Twin Srrmw nil t.;nn c 0 Linn res a Smith Prit0; .a,-i. " atuiB from New York in January and vw vu ucuuuum onuses m. ?1T - A. T . .1! . ui cst incue8, j-anama and oouxn Ampnrii Fastest Steamers to th Orient four macniiicent Ca-naAia- a " ww.wu.uw Pacifio Empress Steamships una. uu who America, iort nightly sailing from Vancou ver and Victoria, B. C. to Jap an China and Die Philippines. Information, Beserrations and Ticketj at Canadian Pacifio Ticket Office 65 Third Street, Portland Phona. Broadwajr 90 W. II. Oeucon, Oen'I Agtnt $3-95 Ladies' Shoes A Biff Assortment of Styles, that were up to $10.00 and $12.00; special- Odd Ladies' Comfort Shoes Regular $5.00 and $5.50 $3-95 Men's Work Shoes, Regular $5.00 Values $2-95 Mens Sh oes Bkck and brown, English last, sizes; our regular $9 and $10 ones-i- all $S.95 Values! Values! Values! Rather Than High Sounding Phrases Tell C. & C. ST 254 N. Commercial St. ORE Mens Oxfords Black and brown Calf, English last. our regular $10 to $15 ones $S.95 Men's High Top Shoes Regular $12.00 Values Meo!s High Grade Shoes H '5 I ft- 1 ; One Lot brown Calf Shpes, English last that were $12 and $15 ESS? $ .95 .$a.95 $7-95 if li jiy i . ' W -"""-I'lir i ii j-Bii(n-'-Ji--irrTiifwii wir-1 -rrwummmtm mwi-t m iMiiniY'wirnminin " -'---''wm'wiiwwwwmi ( rPT..l "i'"""wiwwff..njWijW,it,j SALEM ORE. Towel and Bed Spread Values We recently received from mill one case Bed Spreads and Fancy and plain Towels. All we ask is your inspection as to quality and price. .16x31 Taney Turkish Towel 259 17x31 Fancy Turkish Towel 50c Large Fancy Turkish Towels ....55c, 69c and 75c 18x36 Flat Towel ........ 20c 18x32 -Turkish Towel. . . . .25c Big Values in Numer ous Items Two tone Ladies' Silk Hosiery 89c Black and Cordovan Silk Hosier7 ....98c Ladies' Patent Leather Belts 15c Ladies' White Outing Gowns .............. $1.29 'Ladies' Percale Aprons.. 79c Ladies' Gingham Aprons 89c Grocery Values Liberty Jpllv anteed, 2 for 15c, 4 for 25c founmaui Seeded or Seedless xKuoms, UKsr. iyt Large oval can Del Monte Sardines, mustard, toma toe or soused. 2 for .... . 25c Large Bottle best quality Red Ribbon Catsup ........ 23c it aissatistied with your cot fee try Golden Gate at our special price, 1 lb. .39c . 2 lb. .95c Mixed Nuts composed of Al monds, Brazils, Walnuts and Filberts, per lb. ....... 23 c 1 large pkg. Sperry's Rolled Oats . 23c 1 large pkg. Sperry's Wheat Flakes 25c 1 pkg. Sperry's Germea . . 19 1 pkg. Sperry Farina, 2 for 35c 1 large pkg. Sperry's Pancake Flour 25c No better Tea than Schilling's Best, 1-8 lb. 14c; 1-4 lb-23c; 1-2 lb. 45c. Barton's Best Lard, full 51b. pail.. ........ 93c Full 101b. nail Some time you will realize your advantage in trading at the w & G. STO 254 N. Commercial St.