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THE DAILY (ifrflfel. JOURNAL ::: it: Magazine-Church Z PRICE TWO .CENTS 8?A"?,!Dr585i FOfttTETH TEAR No. 6 SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1917 Willamette Valley Happenings Home News of Daily Life in Marion and Polk Counties, Gathered by the Capital Journal's Local Cor respondents for Its Big Family of Readers Really Just Friendly Letters from Each Neighborhood to AH the Others, Telling of Local Events WEST SALEM r t T r i Hesi.lents who have been suffering from "pisk eye" have about all re eovereiL. Mrs. N. E. Tyler of Buena Vista re turner! to her home in Buena Vista Tuesdav after a few flays visit with the . R. Bedford family. Mrs. Kd Brock and Mrs. Billings are recovering from quite serious,.ilbiesses. A dog poisoner has been getting in tm work, four dogs having been found dead and another oue or two are miss ing. W 0. Ileise was an over New Years guest at his home. Mr. Heise is line man at Myrtle Point. There was a meeting of the city council Tuesday evening. In the ab eece of the mayor J. R. Berford pre sided. Some routine business was trans acted O. M. Douglass was a Wednesday visitor to the county seat. Wm. Cinckuey and a number of oth er nearby residents attended the meet ing of the county court in Dallas 01 Wednesday. Surveyors are at work on the road approaehiug the bridge getting grades ior the new bridge. West Salem's books are being audit ed by Mr. Cunningham, a specialist from Portland. J. R. Bedford has been summoned to aerva ss .juryman for the circuit court opening .Ian. 9th in Dallas. West Salem school opened Tuesday for work, having had only sii days vacation. Miss Aliens Bennett returned Mon ilny from a ten days visit with her parents in Klamath Falls. Miss Laura McLaren of Highland wa a Thursday and Friday guest of the Misses Beth and Kuth Bedford. A called meeting of the city council was held Thursday evening when bus iness of importance was transacted. The newly elected officers will be installed Tuesday evening .Tan. 9th. The railroad) company has had poles disunited through West Salem to cur ry a high power transmission cable to be used in electrifying the west side road from Portland southward, the electricity to be furnished in Salem. - The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. 1). Cade Thursday the 1 1th. The meet ing will take the form of an apron so cial Each one attending will bring a small apron with a pocket on it con taining half as many cents as the mak er of the aorou is inches around the waist. WHITE SEWARD WEDDING Miss Muriel Seward and Roy White t. i re marriod last week at Oregon City. The bride was an Aurora high school student, popular among the young peo ple of the citv. The groom is the son of li. if. 11. o. wane, anu wen known ut-ic P. H. 8. White, and well known uere. where) he has lived all his life as a ; voueir man of high character. Both liave many friends here who will wish them eve?y success in their new refaion. A mora Observer. FOR Chilblains Bennis Eucalyptus Oil AT att DBOG STORM tubes 25c Jars eoc NEW HOUSTON HOTEL Kith and Everett streets, Port land, Ore., 4 hlockg fro Unien Station. Under new maaage maat. All reams newly deco rate. SPECIAL RATES BT WEEK V B MONTH. Rates: 750, 3, $1.5 per day mon i NONE BETTER YOU'LL LIKE IT Butter Nut BREAD HayesYille Notes (Capital Journal Sj-ial Service) Hayesville, .Ian. 6. Mrs. W. C. Priv- ott whh the recipient of a jolly birth- day surprise party, given on New Years evening, by a crowd of friends and neighbors. Music and games formed the evening's amusement. Oysters were served and all departed for their homes at a late hour. School opened on Tuesday morning. Miss Gertrude Rosche left Sunday p m. for Lewiston, Idaho, to resume her school duties. Misses Lottie McAfee and Anna and Martha Denny -left Monday afternoou for Mill City to take up their School . duties on Tuesday. Chester Armstrong was a Hayesville caller receutly. John Denny visited his uncle and family on Thursday. Thomas Anders ot St. Helens was a visitor at the Dennv home receutly Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Privott are' the : possessors of a fine new Victrola. Clifford, Herbert, Olive and Adella I Armstrong, accompanied by fi-ienas, visited the school here ou Wednesday. Mrs. W. .1). Grigg's brother and wife Of South Dakota are visiting at the tireig home. Sublimity Items (Capital Journal Special Service) Sublimity, .Ian. 6. Anton Spenner left Thursday for Mt. Angel college af ter spending the Christmas vacation at home. Mrs. B. Prange returned Saturday from her visit" at Eugene. She was ac companied by her daughter, Miss Ade-J ua and per gTann.ou, nnnaiu ,."ui, who are staying for a visit. Peter Welter had tho misfortune to lrtn n vntuaKlc enw one dav last week. There have been a number of sick cows in this neighborhood lately, bul j all others seem to have pulled through, j .lames Kip)) was a Stayton caller j JYtday morning. ., W. H. Tate is the owner of a 1917 Maxwell. . The year laii was usnerou """having gone last Wednesday. considerate noise in nwuun;. was evidently U very husky youngster. Livesley News (Capital Journal Special Service.) Livesley, Ore., Jan. 5. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Query were pleasantly surprised .Saturday night when a number of their friends dropped in for a social time Music, dancing and cards 'furnished the amusement for the evening. Before dis persing delightful refreshments were served. Those present were: Mr. end Mrs. L. L. Holley, 'Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Johnson, Miss L. Johnson, Aubrey John son, Mr. and Mrs. Wr. M. Meier, Mrs. G. V. Coolidge, Mr. and Mrs. G, 8. Hig gins, Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Kugel, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Davenport, Mr. and -M is. .lonn Watson, Mr. and Mrs. W. Coolidge, Sa lem: Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Query Mrs. C. W. Coolidge entertained last Thursday complimenting lrs. Reynolds, our late teacher, now of Condon, Ore gon. The guests invited were Mrs. C. D. Qunry, Mrs. 8, C. Davenport, Mrs. W. V. Johnson, and Mrs. L, L. Holley. Mr. and Mrs. . D. Pettyjohn spent the holidays with thfir son, Del, at As toria. Mrs. C. R. Brown, of Portland, is visit ing Mrs. Forest Edwards. The Young People's class had an en joyable social at the home of Mr. and Mrs- Schwab on New Year's night. Mrs. W. Bums and small son of Lent, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.' H. B. Carpenter, returned home Wednes day. Mrs. Forest KdwnreV entertained the Q. T. club at her home Thursday. A de lightful time was spent with music and a guessing contest which was won by Mrs. S. C. Davenport. Later dainty re freshments were served. Those present were Mrs- O. 8. Higgins, Mrs. . W. Coolidge, Mrs. L. L. Holley, Mrs. N. P. PURE AND RICH SWEET AND CLEAN Stayton News Items (Capital Journal Special Service.) Stayton, Ore., Jau. 0. Attorney Elmo White, of Salem, accompanied by Mr white and her sister, Mrs. Reese, f uhrmai. countv. came to Stavton last Sunday night and delivered a high ly appreciated address in the M. E. church on ' 4 Efficiency ' and the Mak ing of Resolutions. " Mrs. J. R. (jlardner is recovering nice ly after a relapse from the grippe. Mrs. S. A. Starr is expected home from Forest Grove on Saturday. Mrs. A. Cain, who has been visiting . . ' ' rosei,i. ins(m ,,f 5&J2& JHXimSSST'- IlUUUUlll, II. I- I. rill in . I' ll. Mrs. Martin, who has been confined to her bed for sonic days, was sitting up oue day this week. She is, however, very weak. Tom la) lor had his scalp cut in a run away accident Wednesday which wound j necessitated the doctor taking a num ber of stitches in it. The broth,r I'imler from the Palouse county in Washington, has been visiting tue latter. The Brewer dairy has received a high mpliment for its cleanliness and compliment ficicncy by A. ft. Steinmetz, deputy dairy and food inspector of the state, who was here a few days ago. Mr. Brewer, of Fall Kiver. near Eugene, is expected here soon to take care of the route for his father, the proprietor of the dairy. Election of officers will bike place next Monday ot, the Staytoa Mutual Telephone company. Mabel Brudshaw and her little friends had a party last week in honor of the birthday of the. young woman. Miss Vivian Young, of Moscow, who has been visiting her parents here has gone to her. school in the gem state. Dr. and Mrs. Beauehamp entertained at dinner this week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Parry, of Junction Citv. The latter have returned to their home niter spending the holidays with relative;; in tins city. Miss Mullen, a well known stenog 'rapbjer of Stayton. has moved to Salem Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lewis, of Mi' City, were here a few days ago accom panied by their son. Joseph Korneik with his wife and sou who have been visiting here, have gone to their home in Portland. Tho annual meeting of the Baptist church with preaching end a dinner in thp niornintr. and nrencliiiio- nirnin ot nio-hf Inst Stindnv. drew the member, (it that church and their friends to pleas-l ant uatheriniis Mr. Home, of Eugene, will preach in the Christian church next Sunday. There have been a number of accid - ents at the roller rink due to the ef forts of the novice to manipulate the little wheels. Mr. aiid Mrs. William Cladelt Bpenl tho week-end in Portland with relatives. Will Weddle has returned from the Rose City, where he went to take TnejHfKg"- About .0 young people auemi state undertakers' examination. He passed with a fine grade. G. L. Brown met with an accident at the sawmill recently which will keep ... . " . - him in the house for a few days. Hi- foot was cut slightly by u sow. Miss Nora Crabtree has returned from a Forest Orove visit. Miss Minnie 1'oley, who spent the holidays with friends in another part of the state, has returned to her tusks at the Stayton school. She is proving a popular instructor. The Birthday club met New Year's evening at the home of A C. Thomas Ous Eskman, who formerly managed n furniture store here, returned to Stay ton from a Nebraska visit this week. Charles Lathy spent the holidays in Silverton. Miss Minnie Kerber, of Portland, has beenNisiting relatives in Stayton. Kugel, Mrs. H. B. Carpenter, Mrs. D. Querv, Mrs. John Watson. Mrs. C. Brown, of Portland, Miss J- HogVs, Salem, Mrs. Forest Edwards. DEATH OF A VISITOR Joseph Craig vrag bojm in Roxborough shire, Hcotland, January 25, 1833- Ha wao united in marriage to Jessie Mabin in 1801, and emigrated to Huron county, Canada, in 1805. His wife died in 1880, leaving a family of six sons and two daughters, six of whom are still living. He eame to Oregon two weeks ago with his son, Joseph, to spend the win ter ITe wftfl tnken sick with nneumonia n.,i..u, 9i .i ,..,.....,1 v TWm. v,, n o..,l M i-..r it month, and' five days. IT. w. . momh.r of th PrMhvtrian church and brought up bis family in the way 'of the Lord. Funeral services were held Monday, conducted by Rev. J. J. Mickey, at the Cloverdale school house. Interment in Odd Fellows' cemetery, January 1, 1S17. Turner Tribune. MARRIED IN CALIFORNIA Martin Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. .Smith, of this eity, and Miss Thorn Peterson, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Peterson, of Santa Barbara, Cab, form erly of Silverton, were married at fcan IFrsneiseo. Cal., on December 22. They 1 arrived in Silverton Tuesday, after ha v- ing spent a few days with relatives in I he south and will make this city their futnre home. . Mr. Smith is enguge't in the jewelry Bonney Family Reunion Held at Woodburn The annual reunion of the families was held la.M Thursday I'Ktb, m the basement of the M E. church. Those present to enjoy the day were Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. W. Bon ney. Mr. and Airs. r. .V Hall, Mr. and Mrs R. H. Scott, ttev. and Mrs. Victor Balentinc and son of Kings Valley, Mi uml t , -. W,iv- I '. 1 1 1 1 1 1 t ' uii.l ami ..... -- -f ---. -., Hartley Bonney, Mr. and Mrs Geo. Bonney, Mrs C, E. Tyler unci family, ,..rs. g..o.v minni-v. ...... r. ma nun- send, Mrs. Kena Bonney, Mrs. Meide Davis and children, Miss Ina Bonney, Miss Ethel Bonney, Miss .Merle Hall end Mrs. Carrie Young. A delicious dinner was served ht 1 p. ni.. which all enjoyed" greatly. Holly and evergreens comprised! the table decorations but the abundance of good things to eat left small space for the former. An add t'.oual guest at dinner wis a friend of E. If: Hall, Mr. Skews of Portland. The afternoon was much too short fori the entertainment planned, vet all en joyed the getting together, which so seldom haonens. onlv as tdsnned in this! seldom happens, only as planned in this! ef-fway. The guests calling iu the after- noon to meet the members of the Bon ney family were Rev. and Mrs. Decker, and Mrs.Kmma Hawkins of Portland, the latter an old time acquaintance and friend of the fnfcilv. Each left for!JO"l I,lst Miumlnv and secured, over thlv reop,-tivp homes late in the afler-, the bids ot other buyers froiiiScio. noon with the feeling of a dayj)leasant i i a - i.. w , i,... ,,n l ly spvill, lue uiuj irgiei ueiiig iu.,i r,w many were unable to be present at this time of year on account ot the distance and others by sickness. It is to be hop ed that bv another vear an orcaniza- tion will have been rormed, which should have been doe three years ago. Could all of the fcimediate families have been present 'they would have numbered about sixty-five. -Woodburn Independent. ST. LOUIS ITEMS -Cecil Riggs has seturnid from Turner where he spent a Ijeek visiting his pa Jake (Iroshoug, fco slipped and fell! last week while at work around the I barn, is able to be around again. It fttaJ thought some ribs were broken. . rs. Joe Hratedick and bahv. oil" .!''"'""" ' u ,i.,.i ;;(;.. Um . ,,i,. vim Biefer. of St. Louis. Dr. Hickman was called Tuesday to attend the little son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Berlin- He pronounced the trou- i bio tonsilitis Arthur Lashapclle will t week for Calif omit when leave he bus this i l io. nieni. p Anlia Groshong, who has been i quite ui wun leaaaae ot tne nean, much improved. Miss Groshong i nurse at the Willamette sanatorium in Salem. Thgse from St. Louis who attended the dance at West Woodburn. were Amy LeBrun, Alphonse I.eBrun and May eu ine oauce. Miss Blanch Hubert returned to Port land after a brief visit with her parents Mr- Bnd Mrs- p- M- Habert. I ii xi :.i .1 .i. L .i l . ..: Mrs. Middolph and little girl returned i to Portland after a few days spent at the Burpee homt The season of Hen parties is over, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New; Years Mrs. Stella Shultz, daughter of Air. and Mrs. Jake Groshong, and Mr. Rum ev Avin, unbeknown to their friends, stole away Tuesday morning while it; was vet dark, und w ere quietlv married ! at Vancouver, Wash. The bride wore a dark blue traveling dress with hat to match. Mrs. Avin is well known in St. Louis. Mr. Avin is an industrious and highly respected young man. Their nianv friends wish them manv years of happy wedded life. Mr. and Mrs. Avin; will be located at Johnny Wehrums fori C.jtae winter. uervais mar. R. j " - - I of ! business with his father Both of the. rung propie nave m m mis cuj nearly all their lives aud have many friends who are pleased to extend con- gratulations. Silverton Tribune. y SELLS TWO MORE FARMS Geo. A. Smith is still on the job in) the real estate line, and made sale of; two ranches this week, aggregating inj price islti)000. In the transactions, J. M. Krantz of Rocklin, Cab, takes pos- j session of the 150-acre farm owned by Peter Ruud at Jordan, aud Mr. Rund acquires an orange grove at Rocklin r. mind win leave tor i.aniomia in I the near future, and Mr. Knnz will 1 r.oon take possession of the Rund ranch. j Stayton Mail. j i . 1 1 t- i 11 I Get a J Good Start RESOLVE- To make the New Tear more healthful by keeping the stom aci and bowels active with the aid ot Host'et'ter's STOMACH BITTERS Cherrians Will Attend Services Tomorrow During the past two weeks there has been no buaier organization in our city than the famous boosters, "The Cher rians." Treating the children and sup plying needy families ith Christma eheer has kept every member ou the jump. According to all rumors and re ports i he cluings at the annual laupiet kept the new members ou the jump. The mamtiers of this crack organisa tion are now ready to receive the "Con solation of Religion" and as is theii annual custom will attend church serv ice next Sundav. This vear thev wib I attend the services at the First t'ongrc onney gational church at 7:30 o'clock. Ar De;' I rajiueinents have been made for a cor- dial welcome. There will be n Hrtecinl program of music. Miss Margaret Hodge will sing uud a duet will be sung by Mr. Anderson and Dr. Ross T. Me Intyre. The pastor will speak on the subject .. -i-i . Ki , inree reus in a rod. An interesting film of moving pie turet will be thrown on the screen show " Kxnortation of Chinese," The general public U cordially invited to join with the Cherrians in this service The doors of the church will be open at 7 o'clock. The service will begin promptly at 7:,10. Seats will be reserved ior the Cherrians. STAYTON AS A MARKET That Stayton is bccoirfing quite a po tato an,l dried fruit maiT.rt is uroven (he fact that L. A. Thomas and .7. W. Mayo have bought and shipped from W, ? ul, .t " es . r:aJ "e" maytou may carloads of the Willamette valley potatoes; and W. r. Klecker for the past four years has been a steady and consistent buyer of both evaporated prunes and apples. Mr. Meeker mode u trip to Jordan and Stayton, nearly four tons nf fruit. The bnv conaivtu nf ''Will of fruit. The buy consists of 2.200 pounds of prunes and 4,.r)00 pounds of apples, which Mr. Klecker says are first class in every way aud brouglit a good price mese ny-pronuets nt t lie rural are j clear gain to the growers as they come I at u time when there is not mueh else doing on the farm. This simply goes to show that Stavton can easily be come a centralized point of the whole north Santiain valley by a little more effort ou the part of her citizens. Mail. BRINGS HOME A BRIDE Mr. H. W Triplett arrive! home from Portland Monday evening and brought with him a bride. The marriage ot Mrs Isalielle Sm- Home ot the initio s sister, .virs of the bride s sister, .Mrs. (. Mathews, 2HS E. Larrnbee St., Port land, at 1 o'clock N'ew Year's after noon in the presence of relatives and a few friends, ttev. Mr. Prince, pastor of the A. M. E. church officii! ting. After the ceremony and congratula tions the wedding party sat down to an elaborate dinner. Then came a sur prise when a large number of friends arrived 'jn automobiles to wish the happv couple all -the joys of life and the best of success. The bride was the recipient of many valuable presents. Upon their arrival in Woodburn the bride found that her husband had a nicely fixed up home for her. They are a well mated and amiable couple and the Independent wishes them I much happiness. WooSburn Independ ent. Go East Union Pacific System OREGON -WASHINGTON LIMITED Leaves Portland Union Station 10 A.M. Daily via the Famous Columbia River Route The only Through-to-Chicago train electrically lighted, automatically protected WM. McMURRAY General Passenger Aent PORTLAND 1 Rj-ihi Jim r . ssiillilliliMll . Go to Church Sunday Subjects of Sermons and Where They Will Be Delivered in Salem Houses of Worship, Tomorrow Free Methodist. .o. 1223 North Winter street. Sun jy services: Sabbath school 9:45. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday 7:45 p. m. W. 3. Johnston, pastor. West Salem Methodist Episcopal Minister, W. J. Warren. Sunday ichool 3 p. in. Preaching servlcs 7 : 30 Ladies' Aid society meets on the second j inwd fourth Thursday of the mouth at we are having seekers now, are you n 2:30 p. m. j follower ot Jesus, out seeking to av 'that which is lost, and giving Jesus tl, Leslie Methodist Episcopal. glory I Win. Kenyon, superintendent. Corner SoVith Commercial mid Mev- National Prayer Band will meet I or, streets, Horace N. Aldrich, pastor. thv Vn1,",,"! ylkm "il.I'ri,,? ,n"r -a ' ' r ,1L 1 nig t 10:.lt). Are you as happv in yui :t:45 a. in-. Sunday school opens with christian experience a you would liki a song service led by the orchestra "1 ro l,t. ov getting vour praywg aftsn'erei . eight pieces undei the direction ot Jesse Have vou SOme"love,i ones you wonid walker, i WBSeB tor an ages, itraueo i ana niieruauonai lessons, r.. .-. nnoieu, ; superiuteuilent. ii:uu a. iu., ruiuic uoiship, with sermon by the paster. Theme, "Fire or Light." 3:U0 p. BL, Junior League, studying the topic, "A Child of God," leader, Kugenia Brand hiirst. li : 30 p. BV, The devotional nieet- HE of the Kpworth League, topic l.itt inir Our Hearts Heuvenward." leader, Miss Florence Miller- 7:30 p. ejL Sougl service, led by the orchestra and male chorus. Sermon subject, "The Problem L of Life." Jason Lee Memorial Methodist. Jefferfl rson and Worth winter stieeis. VT Kdward luunlls. nastor. "The! church of the cordial welcome." Seiv ices 11 a. ni. and 7:30 p. in. Suudc.v e cuing, and mid-week prayer services dispeused for two weeks to allow mem beta to join with First church, in the revival under Rev. Frank' Aluthis. Sun day school, 9:45 a, m., R. N. Harris, su perintendeht; Mrs. J. M. Clark, primun 'iiiciinteudent. Junior League, 3 u. m. ISam Tyler, president. KnwOfth League, 1(1:30 p. m., Mr. Bryan tumidly, lire dent. Following is the list of officers elected for the Sunday sohool for 1017, j iupei liueiiqciiT, v. -iv. xiuiii-m, Rmv" superintendent) O. M. Roberts; secre itary Sunday school, Lenore Koon; treasurer, C. .M. itonerts; iiurarinus, Augeline. Smith aud Win. Chittick; su periutendeut primary department, Mrs. J M. Clark; superiuteuilent home de partment, Mrs. Louise Koon; Superin tendent eradle roll, .Mrs. Grace Keitscll' er; superlnteBdeat missionary depuft nicnt, Ellen Currin; secretary- treasurer missionary department, Hortense Ing ulfs; superintendent teaiperaac dc eartment, H. Auderson; secretary pri- niary department, luez Tyler; secretary Sunday school board, Ellen Cunin. First Congregational. .Iniiies Elviu, pnstor. Sunday school meets nroruiitlv at 10 o'clock, W. 1. . Ktu lev, superintendent. Morning serv-, lice at 11 o'clock. Music by chorus choir, Win. AlcHilchnst, Sr., director. Subject for morning service, ''The Par? InUewf the Treasure in the Field." V. M. C A. meeting at li o'clock. I'lnis tian Endeavor at ftiSO p. m. I'leasnnt evening service at :JU. Housing song; 'service. Suplendid progrnni of special ! music Dr. Boss T. Mclntyre and Mr. Anderson will sing a duet. Miss Mar-1 igarct Hodge will sing. The subject for 'the evening service will be, "Three (Peas in a l'od." The film subject will be "Exportation' of Chinese." The! members of the Cherrians will attend i the service in a body uud seats will be I reserved for them. They will be given j j n aearty welcome. On Tuesday even ing the annual meeting of the church, I will be held and every member is earn-1 estlv requested by the pastor to be pres- ent. Reports from all the organizations connected with the church will be pre sent d- Dinner will be served promptly at 8:80 o'clock. Thursday evening meeting at 7:J0 o'clock. First Christian. Cornet High and Center streets. F. T. Porter, minister. Bible school, 0:45 a. m., Dr. H. C. Epley and O, S.arf, di rectors. Modem up to date graded school with doss rooms for all. Front rank standardized school. Auto truck leaves Highland :"5- Great orchestra. Worship and sermon, 11 a. m., C. F. Hwander, of Portland, will speak in the morning. Christian Endeavor, 0:30 p. in. Fine junior orchestra, welcome. Evening services, 7:30 p. m. Sermon by pnstor. Large churns. Strangers wel come. German Baptist. 1 Corner North Cottage nnd D streets. ! Sunday school, 10 a. m., Ed Hchunli, su perintendent. Preaching, 11 a. ni. and 7:.t0 n. in. Communion and reception ! of new embers at the morning service. I Series of meetings tbisk week every ev ening at S o'clock. All arc welcome. F. I A. Petereit, pastor. Lutheran. I (I. Cockier, pastor. East State and ! Eighteenth streets- Suuday school ....... , ... i f I, t in .-. l... i iiiibii-ii i ". - vine services at 10:. !0 a. m. o evening j service. Highland Friends. I Corner of Highland and Elm streets. Sabbath school, 10 a. m., Mrs. Myrtle I Kenworthy, superintendent. Meetings for worship 11 a. m. and 7:30 p! m. ifbnstiaii Endeavor, 0:15 p. m. Prayer 'meeting Thursday, 7:.t p. m. You are cordiallc invited to attend. Josephine Hockett, pastor. I'hone 1405. Nar arena. Corner Xineteenth and Marinn streets. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morn- ing service at 11 o'clock an 1 evetaini service Bt 7 o'clock. Come our t oi Sunday school and oui services and en joy the music und other features. Wells, pastor. Commons Mission. Xo. 241 State street. Sunday tf I at li p. m nail week night servic Tuesdav and Fridav. at 8 p. in. iugs arc getting better all the tinvi ;n like t0 sop savp, or n,,aU,d or anvtai done for them or yourselves! these prayer meetings are the pi get chut you need. 1 say it f i heart. Mrs. A. Wells, president. (j01ic fot them or If Rural Chapel. H. C. Stover, pastor. Sunrl at 10 a. in. Morning service ti Christian Ludeavor at 7:3(1 p. Central Congregational. Corner South Nineteenth ami Ker.i streets, H. C. Stover, minister. Sun.!: y school at 10 a. in. No morning seivii. Junior Chri.stini, I uii.'iM m t r. i i t, Kvinillir service i,t 7:3(1 i m. Urivi.r and Hil.de study hour Thursday al 7: p. m. 'tmi W. C. T. U. nt I Suml South Salem Friends. Corner of South Commercial ax;d Washington streets. H- E. 1'enibei I ..., pastor. Bible school at 1(1 a. m., B. 0. lWi,fs superinteii.leut. Meeting ship at ti meetine at at 7:30 p. Unitarian. church where Tli I home." Sunday school, It I ing service nt 1 1 o 'clock . j the (!. A . li., Sons of Vet, ! War Veterans nnd all w Members -raus, Spani, j iary societies are invited. Sermon ! Rev. James M. Heady. At T.t.i p. i the pupils of Mis- Anna Rogers F . will present their monthly enterta ineni. ine purine always welcome. First Church of Christ, Scientist. Sunday services are held at 440 ('! meketa street at II a, ni. Subject Bible lesson. Coil." Sundajl sehrx at 9:4,5 a. m. Wednesday evening tes'i iiioniiil meeting at H o'clock. Readli , room in the Hubbard building, ui" 303, i open every day except Sund;, und holidays, from 11:45 a. in. to 4 p. MS All cordially invited to our services am invited to visit Oar reading rootm. First Presbyterian. The sacrainent of (he Lord's stipp win lie auministeieii nf the morning m vice at U o'clock. The subject of tii address will be "The Tears of Jes As He Look:) Upon Jerusalem-" In i, evening the subject is "Fortune Out Misfortune." Music uy the quarti Sunday school meets at !t: l5 o'elodi. M Jos. H. Albert, superintondeut. .luui '. E. at 3.. o'clock. Intermediate nt and Senior at ii:-'U. The Monday O'clock. M tnistars ' in the Y. Mr. Levi ociafioii met : - 10:J M. ( A. ul Bungalow Christian. Seventeenth and Court atreeW, Ft E. Jones, pastor. Bible school, Hi a Preaching at II, sermon to children, 1'. S. t". E., 0:30 p. m. Prouoliinii i 7:30 p I are ill, m. -All wlio attend the Uunonli. used and edified, Evangelical Association. Corner Liberty aud Center It reels, '! E. A Abel, pastor. Morning service, ' o'clock, "German. " Sundav scheolj a. in , Win. Gurnjobst, superimteudeel Herman and English classes. Young IV. pie's Alliance, 0:30 p. in. Leader, Ur tiara Seeger day eveninfg. Evening serviei Tin All arc welcome, Evangelist Services at First Methodist Stirirng meseages and splendid sin ing will characterise the Satires tya - gelistie services nil du v -irst Methodist chureh At 11 a. m. Hev. Mathes will take ivs his subject, "True Worship. " In tht afternoon at 3 o'clock an adVlreati u, women only will be given. A trie . .. sisting of tho Misses I.ela Belle Mi Caddam and l.ueile Barton and Mr. Ber- l"iiiaid Vee- will sing TV,.'., .. ,: . v Consider in ' do, "Mothei .near aic. a vocai Macliree," will also be given by Mt, Vessey. "Pilate's Question" is the subject the evening's sermon at 7:3H. A mu quartet consisting of the Messrs. .loh-i Todd, Frank Rartou, Richard Bartts and Bernard Vessev will sing. Such ; I L . 1 ..1 . m : . , . . I . p,0miee to make Januarv 7. 1',' 1 7 , I j I i 1 '11. i Ul lllAMllllg rilliill. UIl.l line remembered in Salem's religious eirol Tonight 's servi close prompt at K:30 that the congtc erous Willamette studi may see the nlnmiii-var university gy mim-ium. n and an ft a. m. and i :3(l p 0:30 p. m. Pre,; m. Thursday.