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VZXJSCLS m '-mm. "ra 4 UMliM. VdUCkXAU UUlUtoJJ, OAJJBJM, wxiuuim-h omuiwax, uvnu w, imw, t i CAPITAL CITY HAS 6REAT REVIVALIST IN HER MIDST "Eloquent Orator Who Has Given Up Church, Lands, Fame and Laid all His Talents at the Foot of the Cross. Dr, Mclnturff, who has been conducting the greatest re vival meetings held-in Salem for fifteen years, is a native of Kentucky, , , . t , . He began preaching at the age of fourteen years in the mountains of Eastern Tennessee, and has all the natural eloquence of a born orator. He is a descendent of the family of General Wmfield Scott and a cousin of Governor Gaylor, now one of the great Chau tauqua orators. , Dr, Mclnturff is a graduate of the U. S, Grant university of Chattanooga. Tenn. He was a missionary to Japan of the Methodist Episcopal church and speaks the native Japanese language fluently, He addressed at one time an audience of 5000 Japanese in their largest temple at Yokohama. He was pastor of the First Methodist church at Spokane where he left the Methodist ministry and established the People's church, preaching for eleven years there, convert- Imtt'Ht I'lcmiv r Hi," rl iti nt Tr. McTntiii-rr i TtitUOhSCC, ulio In con ducting K't nvlml t ttn Ham"! t Tnbei uncle. ing 300 in a revival meetinc leid looontly at Omaha, 480 In Eugene, 600 at Noith Yaki.ua ,and upwards of 200 at Salem. He has probably addod more souls to the fold of the church than any revival st who is s i'l h his orimo, Ho has saved hundreds of men utterly lost in sin and drunkenness and restored then to good citizenship. To outer upon this life work on broad linos, he gave up a throo thousand aero farm h Nebraska and his revival work is entirely devoid of mo ley making features, Ho rofusos to confine himself to narrow secular lines, does not woar any strikingly clerical garb, ana like the Apostlo Paul, mingles with all classes of men freely and along the linos of brotherhood. Ho will continue his mooting at Salem for another week. AN ELOQUENT SERMON BY DR. MclNTURFF AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH' "A now couumuulimmt 1 kIvo unto you that yu lovo nu another oun( ns I hnvo lowd you." Picture tlio Bcono of moral loveli ness of CIivIhI'h 1ibi lutorvlow before lifs, death. Tim place Is Hint cqnso tirnted upper room, tho tliuo Is TUurn iluy, April 6th. tho evening before tho Maetor'a death. , JIo hud spont tho three preceding days In quietude preparatory to tlio njtvful scones through whloh ho was utmii, ii tinea n ttirwf nvi4.it fill nviiti. ing. pohold htm approach the tho city. Tho room ha boon fur- jl KltKElAiiElAlY'S 'APPEAL T til knowlnj aoffrori of thrumitina, ixUV r uuMuUr or of U Jolou, Kltlc, luoUro. tucktcbe, p!n lu the kMaeji or MuiaUla paint, to write to hr (or a bot trttcMat Yibtcb hn rtixatiJly eured all of U tortaraa. Kite Italt It ber duty to Mod It to til tafftra VllKK, You cur rourttlt tt bom t tboouata will twtlfy no cmdi o( cltmtto Ulni wrr Ttil ImpU dtucoTtrr banltht otto tcVl from tho blood, looxna tht ttlffrned, JolaU. lna lira tb Mood, tad brlsbtrat the ejt, gUU rlittlcltr tnd too to Um bol utteou It tk iUt IntetMtt you, for proof t&lrett Wtt. K, Hummer, Bo K, Hvtre Vtmt, U n'shod In which h Is to oat the pas sovor with hlu dUclplos, arrango for I death, wash his feet mid ordain tho sacrament. Judos la there. As Joius passes the witio that old human dUca slon as to who should be tho greatest, uro8Q and, to forever settle It. ho lay nsldo tho outer garment and procoeds to wash tholr feot, and lit this act Ho apoaka In a language greater than word can expraai: He is greatest who can servo tho lowly most and tho worli best. In tho luu h of oncoming death wo must not miss n word nor a look. Ho U our dying frlond. Hero every thing la of Immense value. Ho movo on lllio a God. One has BalJ; "Socrntlea died Uko n philosopher; but Jeans Christ Uko a God. There Is no hurry, no doubt, but ovorythlng Is dotio lu majosty and glory. The scene Is sublime. Judas has gono out. Thoy breatho bettor now. Qloom Btti on tho Master's tentlor brow and throbs In his aching heart. How much must bo dono and tomorrow ho dlos, There was a man traveling ncrons tho snow with his family. On being pursued by a puck of wolves, It ap peared to all of thorn that they must per - h All woro In mortal terror. Tho oldest son. a manly follow, said '0 hla futliei, with bated breath, all must perlb, unlqs something Is dono. Wo can not overpower them; thoy will oon bo upon us; I will gt nit and cor.tond with them as long as poalblo, and whllo thoy devour mo you hasten on with mother and tho other children and escape It Is hotter for ono to dlo than for all. Tho fatnor aud mother protested, and Bald: "Oh, my son, my son. Wo cannot give yoij up." But, -with un daunted courngo, ho embraced each of his younger brothers and sister, and father, and Inst of all, his mother, and then leaped out and bravely gave his Hfo ns a ransom for his" dear ones." Such lovo Jointly represents the Christ love, who not only died for his friends, but his bitterest onomlcs nlso. Ho looks around on tho eleven, out on the Bin-curbed world; tho groans of the burdened nnd tho cry of the opprcsied; tho low monn of the wid ow nnd tho sobbing shrieks of tho orphan; tho piteous nppcnl of tho culprit, and tho beseeching look of tho unforfglven thief, Btartlo his sen sitive oul as his splrit-flngors bogin to actually touch Bin. A wholo world In sin, nnd on theso cloven the task of saving Itl Through them a rnco of rebels brought back to God I Will they bo equal to It? Stephen Mcrrlt, tho groat Moth odist mission worker In New York City, gave a great supper in tho darkest slums of Now YorK ono oven Ing to tho crlminnls of nil classes gathorcd thoro. Llfo was .not worth much In thoso qunrtors. When he got ready to go homo ho found his tall, silk hat filled with chicken bones and soup, tending this nn In dication of nn attack upon him ho ordered his cab drivor to hasten on with him. Imagine his plight nnd conBternntlon when n man seized each wheel nnd two men the horses, when ono of tho toughs addressed him tniiB: -wo mica your hat with bones and scraps to seo If wo could mako you angry; but seeing how kindly you took it, we believe you ronlly lovo us, and want you to como nnd pray with us. Ho did so, nnd u great number of them woro led to God that night. Tho spirit of Christ always has nnd al ways will win out. How nro thoy to do It? Not by tho might of intellect, for Bin has many moro Intellectual Seo yon Roman scntlnol stands guard nnd Pilot roprcsonts tho very concentration of power. Ho will condemn Jesus, Uelr lender, tomor row. Poor fellows! how weak thoy look! Jcstifl lowers his volco Into the sweet huoh of a mother's sweet, caressing words; his oyo softons moro thnn over. Sttbllmo sconol Angols pplso In sllonco to hear, as ho says: "Llt tlo children, yet a little whllo I am with you, yo shall seek mo, nnd ns I said to tho Jews, 'Whither I go yo can not como, so now I say unto ydu, a now commandment I give unto you that yo lovo ono another ns I hnvo loved you." What kind of a commnndmont would wo expect in such nn hour from such a being, boioro such stupendous rosponsibllties? What did they most need? What would send them to every creature? iovol This would bo tho only bond so strong thnt no power could ovor brenk it. With this thoy could ovor sing: "Blest bo tho tlo that binds binds Our hearts In Christian lovo; The fellowship of kindred minds Ib llko to that nbovev" Ho might havo raised on Mount Olivet tho Hon of tho tribo of Jiudah and by nn earthly campaign soon hnvo been on tho throne, but Ho con templated only tho hnpplness of his friends and tno eternal salvation of his enemies. Vlow this commandment In con trnst with that most cruel and solflsh ago. Tho now kingdom is to bo grafted on and must fight tho evils of tho ago. Why was this called a now commnndmont? Ii had nlwnys boon a part of tho dlvlno law. In tho ton commandments given to Moeu wo flnd: "Lovo thy nolghbor as thy self;" but this was now In degree. Wonderful thought. Wo aro to lovo each othor as Ho loved us! Who can measuro up to It? Tragnny wna simply n common conl miner. When told bv tho minor- tntendont thnt nn easier and better pitying position was ready foe him, ho snld: "I nm strong nnd my neigh bor Is wenk nnd sick; give It to him." What solf-denylnc love! How sol- uom sceni xiear jcsub prny: "bet tills cup pass from mo. Coming bo close to sin, so great was Ills agony that ho sweat ns It woro drops of blood. Why does ho want tho cup to pass for fear ho may dlo before ho can got to tho cross nnd ntono for mnn? Coming so clone to sin. "Oh, for .such love, lot rocks nnd hills tneir lasting silonco brenk." The Fairbanks Morse Engine Is the Best All Purpose Engine For Prices Call Oi Harry P. Chase No. 101 Front St. 1 Many of our citizens nro drifting lng towards Bright's dlacnao by no glcctlng symptoms of kldnoy and blnddor troublo which Foloy'a Kid ney Romedy will quickly euro. J. C. Perry. Autos arb hold down to olght miles an hour In Tho Dalles, but that seams too slow for Salem. Winy Overheat Yourself ? Much of your summer pleas ure depends upon having a cool and comfortable kitchen. Why not be prepared for hot days beforo thoy come. Ask your dealer to show the New Perfection Wick Hltio Flame Oil Cook-Stove. It's a wonder. Does the work of your big range in every particular; but has this great advantago over it, that it never heats the kitchen. vr Tho CABINET TOP ij another feature of tho The Man Who Looks Ahead No man ovor saw prosperity ahead of him oxcopt through a bnnk account. Tho man who succeeds Is tho man who looks ahead and plnns for tho future. Ho realizes that money Is nbsolutoly cssontlnl if ho intends to rlso in tho world. A small sum will open n bank account. A bank nccmint establishes credit. Good credit opens tho way to nil tilings prosperous. Open an account, with this bank today and lay tho foundation of a fortune. New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove Has a spacious top shelf for holding dishes and for keeping food warm after it is cooked. Also has drop shelves for holding D small utensils, and is fitted with racks for towels. No other stovo approaches the "New Perfection" in conveni- encc, comtort and simplicity. Made in three sizes. Can be had v4h0r without Cabinet Top. At your dealer's, or write our nearest agency. ttpmifo T tt"fYtT ' a center draft Itmp of vS' JLU,'nlJ great Illuminating power. Suitable for llvinir room, dlnine room or Free from all objectionable feature a splendid family UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK SALEM, OREGON. BMMMWgmLKUSK..fflg3Egasym.,ll.lJl'UHitil iHii'HF iH.IJH JSWtl KSt44444eHOC0tH-HH-Hfa9H-O-f-HI4B SOUM SALEM MARKET PUCE Located at tho Corner of S. Commercial St. and Slough Road Tho convenient trading placo for South Salem pooplo. Duy your grocorles, got your ment nnd hnvo a slinvo all (under tho Bnmo room. The parlor. lamp. If not with your dealer, write our neareit agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY (Incorporated) POISAL & SHAW General Grocery Store Wo also carry a full line of clgaro, tobneco, candy, paints, drugs and stamps. Phono 7G3 0. v. brasher Model Barber Shop Three Chairs Show Shlncd Saturdays HAIRCUT 23c .SITAVE 10c Your patronago solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Judson's Market Fresh nnd cured ments of all kinds. Poultry for your Sunday dinner. Prompt de livery. Phono 7C3. Illlff I ! !!! Kit 1HI ! ! 11 ltl wn f iif f iihhii nniiniitnnninmnmuM C. L LEBOLD & CO. 1144 State Street GENERAL MERCHANDISERS We would like to say to the people In East Salem that we can sell groceries , hardware and drugs just a little cheaper than the down town stores, We have a complete line of fresh, up-to-date goods, carefully selected, Also a feed store at No, 1160, and we defy any mechant to give you better deliv ery service. We own 133 feet of property, covered by build ings, including our stores, from which we are re- ceiving an income, and while we are in a position to $ buy as cheap as other merchants our expenses are considerably lower, So a trial order will convince you-of what we say J relative to prices, quality of goods and delivery, J PHONE 145. WWIlUHlimlt8HWHWrCtSWwf M BARGAIN SALE ON LADIES' WAISTS Fine Embroidered Waists Values $2.50, 'sizes 32 and 34, only $1.25 Net Waists, regular $3.50, only $2.50 Fine White Tailored Waists, only $1.00 Ladies' White Shirt Waists 35c up Heavy Silk Gloves, double-tipped fingers 50c pair Good Sleeveless Vests, only 10c each Ladies 'Tan Hose, silk finish, 25c goods 19c pair Ladies' White Handkerchiefs 2 for 5c Boys' double-seat and knee Overalls 50c pair Children Rompers 35c each Children's Overall Suits, heavy material 50c suit Boys' Khaki Suits 75c suit Men's Covert Overalls 75c pair Men's Blue Overalls J j50c pair Men's 15c Socks, black, tan or fancies 3 for 25c ROSTEIN & eREEIMBAUM 240-246 Commercial Street mmmmmmmmmmmmmmBsemmmm i&JM is.i,j Sd55'ri2." WfWMMI MHWII IIH 1 1 I 11.111 BPBP I JL . i!.'