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DAILY CAPITAL JOl'KXAL, SALEM, OREGON', SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1009.
h i ; i THE CAPITAL JOURNAL li. HOFEK, Editor nrnl Proprietor Isdtpcndent Newppt Ocroted lo American Principle, tod .rs use ProcreM and Dctelopcment of All Oregon, riblhhrd Krerr KtoId Bietpt StftwJir, SCtm, On. 8URSCRIPTION RATES. (iBT&rliblr in AdTtcee.) Dtflr, by crrler, j yrr.... K.C0 Per tnomta.... Mo Daily, bj mall, re 7r- - M " iaoalh 8Sc Weekly, br ustl, per rer 09 Six Boalbt .40c S5v DmoN LABEL &V SUGGESTIVE QUESTIONS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LSS0N BY REV. DR. LINSCOTT FOR THE . INTERNATIONAL NEWSPAPER BIBLE STUDY CLUB. (Copyright. 1008, by Rev. T. S. Llii'cott, . II.) The Red, White And other constituents of your blood aro poworfully cnrlchod and vitalized by Hood's Sarsapnrllla. It increases the red corpuscles and makes strong the whito corpuscles, and thus protects and restores the health. It cures scrofula, eczema, eruptions, catarrh, rheumatism, anemia, nervous ness, that tired feeling, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, goneral debility and builda up tho whole systom. O.l It todar In tk. eul JlqBfd fens or In cbocoUUd UMI tors CaBed SartataU. with the morning service. There will be preaching In this church ev err evening or the week at 7:10, ami tire German public Is moat cordially invited to all these atrvlcw. W. A. Guffroy, pastor. RUN DOWN BY AN AUTOMOBILE .Mm ell i!H, lOOtl. Tempera no Lesson, Proverbs 21: 28-3S. Golden Text At last It bltvth like h sorpont, and stlngoth like an adder. Proverbs 23:32. Versus 29-30 In strong drink as a beverage in so-onlled moderation, good for anybody? Do all who drink hnbitually re ooive Injury hi a result? Should atflohol be used In aay form as a niodtolne? I0 It snio or prudent for people In good health to tuko Intoxicating drink as n beverage? What claseee In thp community are Buffering from the drinking habit, di rectly and I h directly? Why do athlete always abstain from drinking when they are train-1 lag for a contest T what are the signs by which yoiio oaH nearly always tell a drinking man? Vert 31-12 What evil la likely to result. If any. when a good man who does not tlrlNft stands at Ike bar and ' looks" on while his oompaMloaa are drinking? What can you say of a man who will not drink ktMstif but treau others? Uow would you characterise a temperance man who votes for a man or party pledged lo support the liq uor traffic? Uow many wile cm you trees to strong drink? Think of all the popular habits that tend to nil, and compare them with the t-tiln of the drink habit, and say which hbii la tnt greater corse to the nation What is tb faswlnallon which r- mj many thousands of victims to thr drink habit? )f in country towns nasi ettteo mm otiinm lih "serpeata" and adr. Mhlrh er biting aad canning tht- death of thousand, what te imiUI likely to he take to vratliiHt.' the plague? Swing that nil piwrlimlly admit tlittt the nll of the lliiiHt' truffle nro more tlnileiit tlwu "sorimnte" ami "udder" rould ls Iiotv lo you mplnln tlx iHlhy of the nation In getting lid of till imiiiMor ovIlY ('II)U question luii"! Im answered in writing by iiuimher of the club.) Yerte St Does llceatlousnsaa and Impurity of thought generally aooora paxy the appetite for strong drink as ihw vree seems to suggest? Von lilt Does drinking al wim pntduce moral, ns well as physi cal anaesthesia, deadening tho soul to the foulest crimes? Men under ike Influence of alco hol ar utwn gHevoush hurt, some time aluutsi froeeu to death, and re uawaerlous or thf hurt at the time, and when th get better keep on drinking How do yon aerouat for It LMon fur Sunday. Anrll 4. IMS: Peter and Coraollos, At 1 :!(. OOOOOOOOO CHURCH SERVICES OOOOOOOOO United Ilrothreii. I lev. A. J. Ware, presiding older Of Oregon conference U. U. churoh, will pronch morning and ovonlng at Yew Park church Sunday. Sunday school at 10 a. m. All tiro cordially Invited. ' J. H. Murryinctn. rir-t .Melliorils KpNcopal. At 10:10 public worship. Baptism of probationers and ethers. The pas tor will preacn on "Ctrle Patriotism." Illble school at 12 m. At :1 the missionary department of the Kp worth League will conduct, the serv ice. At 7:10 Mlee Ada Holmes of Gtijarot, India, will gWe an address. This being the annual thank offering of the W. 1. M. S. Professor Patter son will preside. Mffts Holmofi is an Interesting speaker. All are aordlal ly invited. Central Congregational. Corner of Nineteenth and Ferry atreotB, Hev. O. A. Stlllman, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m. No morn ing service. Christian Itndeavor, 0:10 p. in. Kvenlng service at 7:10 o'clock. Sermon by the pastor; sub ject. "What This City Needs Most." A special Invitation Is extended to the Rast Salem Push clnb and those In terested In the material and moral Improvement of the city. All are cordially weUome. Kir-t Proobyterlaii. Rev. Henry T. Dabeock. pastor. Morning service le: SO; preacklng by the pastor, theme. "Oportnnlty." Quartette. "There Is a Holy City." Solo. Mr. Itaeechen. "O Divine Re deemer." Sunday school at 12 m. Junior C. 1C. p. m.; Senior C. IS.. 1:10 p. m. Uvenlng serrtee at 7: SO. Preaching by the paator; theme, "Not a Sinner.' Quartette, "Jerusalem, the Golden." Orchestra. "Longing for home," and "La llerceuee Seren ade." .This church will hold Its an- anal eoncretatlonal meetiug Monday evening at 7: SO. The Ladles' Aid so ciety will give a supper to the mem bers of the church arid congregation at I p. m. preceding the meeting. All cordially Invited to these servleee. (1i( OlirlMian. Comer of High and Center streets. The paator, D. Brrett. will preach at 11 s. m. on the theme. Clvle Rlgkt eunanees." and t SMS p. at., "Some Modern Young Men." from n ptetere. Thf Afterglow." Bible school 10 a. m . Christian Badeavor. 0:45 p. m. The C. C. 0. C. wtll furnish the music at the morning and evening services. Strangers and Vmttors welcome. A small bank account is given tha sama caraful at tent ion by our officars as a Itrga one, We invite yout bvainess. Capital National Bank Capital T.tMM b'uilHk . pregliii earned. sWKMMH J 11. AHkiM, Preidiut U, M. CroKau, 1e Ytna Jfts. 11. Allt 01I Chrloliaii Suieiieo. r1ret Church of Chrlet. Scientist. 1 1 0 Chemeketa street. Servleee Son day at It a. m. and T:lt p. m. Soh )eet of leasee sermon. "Reality." Snn oay school at IS:of p. m. The Wed nesday evening meeting le keW at 7: SO. Reading room la the church one each afternoon except Sunday. All are eordlaUy Invited to attend the service and the reading room. SI. I'hhIS ItplMMiiml. Cheweketa and Chnrch streets. Rev. Barr U Lee. rector Passion swndny Usual services at 7 : SO and II a. m. and 7:S0 p. m. Sonday school at 10 a. m. The public wel come nt all servleee. Unity Church. (Unitarian) Corner Cottage and, Chomeketa streets. Paul S. Dandy, minister. Worselp and sermon at 11 o'clock. Subject. "The Paselonal and Rational In Religion." No evening service. Thursday evening meeting at S o'clock. EDWARD LANG SHOT AT EUGENE (UattN t'rM I.il Wirt Eugene. Or.. March -7. Edward Lang, a laborer, is lying In a hospital here minus one of hit legs and near death as the result of bullet wounds I h dieted because he er of William. K. ployer and owner of a hop yard, where the trouble occurred. Walker did tke shooting when Lang walked Into his home and be gs n lo swear at his mother. Lang. It Is said, continued this aboso tn aplte of Wnikers proteata. Finally Walker seised a shotgun and emptied the contents Into Lang's log. The wounded man was immedtatetr brought to this city, where It was found necessary to amputate the limb between (he knee and the hip. Walker furnlshd bonds and was released. I United I'rMs Lased Wire. Seattle. March 27. Mrs. Albeit Thornton, wife of the chief engineer of the steamship Rosalie. Is dead from injuries she received last night when she was run down by an auto mobile driven by Charles'B. Nlblock, a real estate dealer. The accident happened at r'irst avenue and Madi son streets last evening and the wo man tiled several hours later at the Pacific hospital. Nlblock and his chaffeur. wno was teaching him how to operate the car at the time, were arrested but later released on J 1500 bonds. Mrs. Thornton, In company with her husband and sister were cross ing the street when the automobile. which was approaching slowly, gave a sudden lea pforward, striking Mrs Thornton before her husband could drag her out of the way. The for ward wheel of the heavy touring car passed entirely over her body. PRIEST IS AGAINST " ALL ORIENTALS lUsltfd l'reit I.cad VIr.J banta Clara, March 27. Father Thomas Rwlng Sherman, a Jesuit missionary and a son of the famous general, William T. Sherman, who Is now visiting Santa Clara college. )s a firm believer In Asiatic exclu sion. He says: "I am with California heart and soul in her anti-Japanese agitation. I am with California for the right of the family, and In such matters t believe that the right of the state Is far above that of the nation." Pather Sherman and President Taft were collegemates, and the priest has only enthusiastic ord for his distinguished classmate H sa Taft is the right man In th' right placf a mnn -ver ln h f him. Judltl'i'if .nd ep-rl?n ! Saturday Specials 1 GENUINE HOME-MADE CAKES They are baked by nil i-xperieiiccd enko baker, and anyone buying the Mime nil! certainly Ik .vatlsfled. E. 0. MOLL'S COUNTRY MEATS Loin Spare Rib Saii-ugi Hm llucon Shoulders VEGETABLES Lettuce, Celery, Cabbage, ApiirKii. Pie Plant, RndMius Young Onions, Sweet, Cauliflower, Turnip, Pnr-nlps licet, Cm-rot-, Paisley 1 wr.' w.. Charcoal Lozenges A Natural Breath Perfume 1 1000 MATCHES - 1000 For 5 Cents Orange Special 25c per doz. 3,000,000 Pounds That represents the amount of Chase .V; .Sanborn's Seal llrand of Coffee tisfd last year in the I'nlted .Mates. When you Mop and consider (hat amount and that It st.s for loc a pound, ItS proof that It is the greatest sHIrr in the world, and that we guarantee it to be tht best coffee sold In .Salem. Just Received A cart-wheel of genuine Imported " .' SWISS CHEESE We also lme a flue line of t'mtin llilik, Lluihuryer, .Snpsago and New t ream Cheese MOIR GROCERY COMPANY 456 State St. Phone 182 Go With a Rush. THE LAST END OF AN "AFFINITY" UNION "He's a lunatic and has never been legally separated from his former wife He led me to believe that he had been divorced." Making this eieoae for her ssaea tkraal adveatere with her affinity." Julia Kutlher Carlo has brought salt for annulment of the ties which bind her to Ferdinand Plnney Earle. the Orange county artist. Mrs. Earle aeks that the oaejmlld bora of their union be adjudged the legitimate son of Earle and that she be awarded his custody. It la believed that Earle. who has lately returned from a west ern trip, will fight the suit. Herman ItvuiigulienL swnday sehool 10 oseoeh. Pieacm tng at II and T:0. Y. P. A. at t o'clock Rev H B- Horaerkwea. pre siding elder of Purtlaad district, will ocvup the pulpit both morning sad evening Cuuiuiuulou itv touuH-tUu Simple Romudy for Ln Orlppe. La grippe congke an dangerona M they frcoaently devetoo - j tmm0 reeolts Chareo'il .n-Nt, u (,'aiulug and Re (itiniug a Sweet Rreath. Breath perfumes should sever be resorted to. They seldom conceit ike odor and never remove the cauv, and are very suggestive. Stuart's Charcoal Loaeagte sweet ens the breath by removing the uu - a disordered condition of the stomach, and by this means Imparts to the breath the natural, healthful odor, void of all uaantnral or sug gestive condition. Charcoal AM a four-fokf mission. First, It purlncj the breath by restoring to it the nat ural odor nature Intended it to bavo. Second, charcoal U an absorbent, ab sorbing 100 per cent per volume of gas. by this means relieving flatu lency and gasee of the stomach anl bowem Third, charcoal aids dlgev tlon ami by this mtans regulates th action of the bowels, relieving dux. diarrhoea, piles, constipation, etc Fourth, charcoal oxidises the blood, j thu prerentlng pimples and other eruptions that arise from Indigestion and Impurities of tht blood. , Stuart's Charcoal Loseages are . ' nottsehold necessity and should be is every home, containing only yonng' ! willow wood, charcoal aad hoaey I .They are nerfectlyharmleea and any quantity mny be taken without ill f- i fects. Old aad young alike can take Smart's Charcoal Loseages with .He The demand for stomach, liver and that wonderful kidney oure, Dr. King's New Life Pills It astounding. J. C. Perry snys he never saw the like. It bnuse they never full to cure tour stomach, constipation, Indi gestion, biliousness, jaundice, kick headache, chills and malaria. On'y . 5c. "HEE HAW" monla. Foley's Honey and Tar not only stone the eoagk hot keaht and ttrwnt. siremgfnens tae lungs so m mo rtons reenlu need be feared. The goaolee Foley's Honey aad Tar eon tains no harmful drags and yellow package J. C Perry. The nest time that yon have soar iMtlgeetioa, bad beeatk. heart burn, gastritis, and taste in the month, belching or belching up of food, tttftt tn ia ike iifiil dru- r ,M' ore nod get a box of Stuart' Char Refuse snbetltntea.irMl i,,,, ti)4 try ,e . tB r. TELESCOPE GAVE ROBBERS AWAY ; m a very short fime salts will be gratifying and almost tastaataaeon. the stomach will so-n feel better and the disagreeable odor anl Sour Stomach I I -I, .Mil I te th. ...i t... .. I k. Wa iaiii MMtt.4 ..aiM e.K S.4 rl I,.... ... ... Hw4CtMt.rv dFJ&QWl Bt ' for gM. ml t United Pre Leased Wire naa Francisco. March SI. .Nesae sl in the person of Cantata Thomas Anuemoa of tae Potat lottos life saving station, armed with a tele erope. caused the arrest of too el IShI fwotiad ht 4c- la the cit piiaou iuj4 sutiKitnl vf nibhing Juhu iuu.n. n old utaa. rh- aiva unU.r in rest. Vlter V..IU ..ud Kn-4 Thulu.i tw Mltrgvd t. h.' !-en sevu ji ihri. nrtrUu oiW ti Cp(ln u.iluitn ho ho- Uittv tank life i.'.n itiu nf the rubbers Neleou i.im.iuvUiI an I atoanxuitv raiu vi -. a. luwanteo patrollttea of the park forre sn4 etartes) for the sveae The vrv unable to prewut ia4 If yon prise a sweet breath healthy stomach, you shonht tonally nee Stuart's Charcoal Los-i eaaea. X loeenger sow and thea will ; umce to sweetea the breath anl keep the stomach la a healthy coadl- ttoa; uj them, for sale svenrwhere, ; or a sampU wtll be maile4 free nnoa reneel. Address the F. A 3tat, Co.. 100 Stuart Blag . Mareha'. Mich. The New Last in Men's Oxfords The newest thing out in tan, wax calf, and patent colt. 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