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MORNING KNTKKPR1SK. SUNDAY, DKCKMHKK 17. 1911.
CMH DIM ef Pnewmeeoa.
Tha eevea-monlhaold dausbter ol
Mr. aad Mr, rreuh Martlajak, ot thl
city, died at th family kni on Thir
teenth and Washington streets, Sat
urday morning of pneumonia. Th
funeral will be conducted thla after-
nHt at 1 o'clock trout the ft. Joan's I
Catholic church. Rev. A. HUlebrand
At the Portland Theatres
officiating Tbe interuteul be In I
the Catholic cemetery.
ASK SANTA CLAUS
If you should ask old Old Santa to suggest the Gift of all gifts, he
would immediately answer using only two words
IX) YOU KNOW that the Knterpr..
year-end Uaigaln Period la now on?
LAST CAR LEAVES FOR OREGON CITY AT MIDNIGHT
I V- I 11 jjiiiii i, m ii i.i it i .iii.iiiii
q j , SCENE PROM -THREE TWINS."
V 1 -. 1 r ; :
I J j -THREE TWINS"
Medelln Wlnthrop. with th comity
"Sevan Day" at Heilig Theatre,
0cenbr II, 22. and &
Wagenhala A Kemp present
comedy sacreea, "4 ran. Day a,'
The Heilig Tbaatra. Seventh and
Taylor streeta, for four nigh la, be
ginning Thursday, December SI.
Special price matinee SaturJay.
Take a weak of hilarious merrimaat
and corapreaa It Into two hoera asa
forty-nra mlnatea, and th raault la
about as mac a Uoghtar aa mortal la
capahta of U that Ungth of Uma.
Tkat U Saa Days." tha comady by
. Mary Roberta Rtnehart aad Arary
Hopwood. which Vlaasra. WaxeQhala
A Kemper will praaent at tha HelUg
Tbeatrw for for nights, oomaaaoclng
Tbarsday. Drrenibar 21. with s ipae- j
IsJ tnaunaa Saturday. j
Savae Days' Is a waak of tba oIU
eat. baartiaat bomor eoncairabla. and '
K 1 tba blgfcast Uaghing bit tba atsga
baa erer aaan. 6aid MatUaw Wbita.
Jr, In Mansay's magaatna: Saran
Dsjrs" Is the Cnect comedy you can
aver Imagine. I aa tba word In every
saaae of tba term, meaning that it
not oal coatalns enoubg fua to St oat
threw or- four ordinary comedies, bat
It Is alao full of clever epigram aad
. repartee." That deerrtptkia ought to
convince everybody that this Is a
comedy to sea aad enjor. for the
writer's opinions on tba drama ara of
recognized weight. If further assur
ance, ho required It cas be bad from
thousand who bava laughej them
selves Into coavolsions over this play
In Naw York. Boston. Philadelphia aad
elsewhere. As a merry-maker Savea
Days" holds tba record. la New Tork
tt ran ta atraiicbt years and this sea
son reached a third. A third year on
Broadway. That's whst talks. And
six month la Chicago, aad mora
months In Boston sad Philadelphia.
That talks, too, anj ssys that "Seven
Days haa more delightful humor,
mora Unghter to the minute, mora
srtt mora comedy and funnier com
plication la Its two hour and three-
quarters than as other play aver
written any three or four according
to Muasey's magastne. So go and
sea It Sea tt acted by a company di
rect from the Astor Theatre. New
.York, and tba comedy's third year
Heart to Heart
By rums a. mm
Tba Grace Darlisg ef
Da yon remember among tha exhib
its af Interest st the World's fslr la
Chicago the row boat ased by Ids Law
la la her work of saving lives la Naw
Tba boat was presented to Miaa
Lewis by tba people of Newport.
She wss the daughter of the keeper
af the old Uma Rock light off New
port, and no seams a could better han
dle boat or battle with tba waves
aa aa sspert swimmer.
And she was brave with the brav
ery of S woman.
tier record as a ssver of bomsa Hf
la a mmt-tmr at k(tn a A . .
- w j . huu m u nr ii g
those rescued wss s score of men.
hardy sailors and tollers of tbe sea.
Personally Ids Lewis was a most
gracious woman, but tnodnat sndeeem
tngly ancotisrlous of ber heroic en
deavor. Her womanly qualities no lea than
ber Intrepid spirit and dring gentla
neaa msde her tbe pride of Newport
Tbe cad.-U of the Nival academy aim
ply adored ber. '
As soma ona baa suggested, had she
been born before Omre Darling tbe
latter mlgbt spproyiistely have been
turned "tbe Ida Lewis of tbe old
And now she Is dend!
Old Lime Rock mill holds Its beacon,
and pilgrims go to Unit the fort nl
tha war college find the ntatloo and
the barrack, bnt the brave spirit of
Ida Lewis lias depart wl.
And tbe memory, of her I Weaaed.
What, sfter all. la tbe one thing that
makes mortals grestsnd long belov
ed' I it not unnelflnhne?
Whoever would bolld a monument
la tbe heart of humanity moat forget
aelf and lira for others' sake.
Whoever would become great mont
be least: whoever would minister
- must be a sen-sot: whoever would be
' loved mut leod a strong band to tba
So long ns tba great Lima Rocks hstl
bide so long will tba heroic evangel
of Ida Lewis be told for a memorial
An Kvan Break. .
Wigwag I bate a man wbo Is always
,v' Barduppe Yea; he's almost a bad
;,'PS the fallow who never has sny to
On ef tha Grte of Modern Mml -
val Com4lM Op" TMi WHk.
Thre Twins," which coma to tha
Baker today matinee for ail week, la
positively ooa of tha beat musical
comedies that ha ever been produced.
dt ran la Chicago for "v montha at
I tha Whltaay Opera House, aoJ for ten
montha at tha Harald Square Tbaatra
Is Naw York.
Seventh and Tsytor Street .
Pnonea Main 1 and A t 122
Thursday, Friday. Saturday, Sunday
t December 1L II. IS and Si.
Special Price Matinee 8aturJay
Wagenhals A Kemper present
The Brilliant Comedy Success
Excellent Cast Splendid Production
Evenings: tl SO. 1. 7 Sc. 50c. SSc. Sc.
Saturday Matinee: $1. 7Se. SOc, SSc, SSc
Seats now selling for Engagement.
AT HEILIG THEATRE
Saaday Afternoon Dec 17.
75 Muilcian 75
Prices: ft. 7Sc and 50c.
Sunday Night. December 1?.
Tba Noted Medium
Xmaa Attraction art Hsilig Theatre
Charles Dillingham Presents
MONTGOMERY A STONE
la G Ada's and Gas Luders'
Muaical Comedy Success
THE OLD TOWN"
' Xmaa Afternoon and Night.
Wednesday Afternoon and Night.
RUEF VILL TESTIFY
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 18 iBpeo-
isL) Former Mayor Eugene E.
Bcbmitg will go to trial soma time In
January, either oa tha charge of ax
tortiag bribes In connect ton with the
granting of tba United Railway trolley
franchise, or wltb tha fixing of tha
gas rata immadlaterr after the great
disaster of 10. The principal wit-
see against Schmlts will be Abraham
Ruef. tba former political boss, bow
serving a term of fourteen years at
Han Qaentin prison for bribery. The
Dtitrlct Attorney's office made the de
finite announcement to.lay that Ruef
would be called.
The Dietrlct Attorney was given
until January S to aelect tha charge on
which Schmlts wll be tried, and on
that data tba time for beginning tha
trial will be set. In view of tha fact
that Lawlor has a tread y et the lUt
ata of limitation In motion, tha trial
must be begun next month.
Schmlts was Indicted In July, 107.
for extorting money from the French
restaurants bnt tba Judgment was sat
snide by tba Appellate and Supreme
Court on the ground that the Indict
ment had failed to state that Schmltz
was the Mayor and Ruef tha political
boss st tha time of tbe extortion.
Schmltg has been engaged In mining
and oil operations, besides conducting
an Insurance buatneas.
II 1 171 If II I Vllr llV
IUI U I lLIUI
WINS HIM PAROLE
j JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Dec. 16
(Special ) Albert Ferguson, convict
poet and magazine writer, who left tha
, penitentiary on parole today, owes bis
liberty to some extent to tba fact
that while In prison ha conducted a
Rchool for illiterate prisoners,
j More than one convict who entered
the prison unable to read or write left
; It with a fair education, because of
i Ferguson's efforts. This gained for
him tha sld of tha penitentiary of
ficials. It I ald Ferguson Is a member of
! an excellent Kentucky family. Ha gave
ni age ss twenty four when he enter
ed the penitentiary January 2, 1906,
under a ten-year sentence for robbery,
from Ksnsas City. Ferguson, from bl
cell, kept up correpondence with sev
eral publications and wrote much
He is paroled to William Marlon
Reedy, a Rt Loiils editor, who pub
lished some of Ferguson's poems and
at every opportunity pleaded for clem
ency for hlra. Tha parole requires
Ferguson to obstaln from tha use of
Cenditlened All Arsons'.
"Ara yoo going to get married or go
to college r"
-1 think I'll get married. Mabel says
she'll be my wife on one condition, snd
I find I can't enter college with less
thsu fonr."-Ksnns City Journal.
SuDscrtDs for tha Dally nnterprtee
"Three Twlna- la a maatral comedy
, with a plot and many novel feature.
. th conglomerate nonsense, tha riot of
j color, and tha spirited movements
j msk such aa agreeable attach on
one's senses that It matter sot under
what asm tha revelry goes Tha
, music-titillates and tantalUea. and tha
1 witty Itnaa and adapt clowning aicltaa
j ona to laughter. Mr. Gaitaa haa ao
lavishly costumed tba beautiful ahow
(IrU that tbay ara pleasing to tha
PIONEER SUES FOR
WIDER PRIVATE ROAD
Frank Dsytoa, a pioneer hardware
dealer, of Portland, whoea place of
buatness Is at First and Taylor streets,
SaturJay filed suit for possession T a
road, agalnat James T Gray, a team
boat man of Alaska Dayton alleges
thst he purchased J.44 acres of land
In Courtney from tha defendant April
9. 1909. for which be paid IJ.I00. The
defendant alao conveyed 'a "conven
ient right of way, of easy grade for
ordinary road purposes' from tba pub
lic road east to tha plaintiff's property,
Dsytoa has erected an expensive sum
mer home, and declares tha defendant
staked out and built fences so aa to I
allow him a road of from only ten to '
thirteen feet wide. Ha declares thst '
tha road is too narrow for vehicles j
to pass, and that friends who visit him ;
have trouble In . passing over tha j
thoroughfare la their automobile.
When n.acblnee or other vehicles meet
It Is necesssry for one "to back out."
Tha plaintiff, who Is repressated by
Dtmlck A Dtmick. ak that be be si
lowed a road forty feet wide, and that
the court determine tbe meaning of
the phrase la tba deed "convenient
right Of way. of easy grade for ordin
ary road purposes."
Tba following ara registered at tha
IL II. Bower. Portland; C E. Fields.
San Francisco; R. E. Fry. J. A. Por
ter. Portland; W H. Goodnough. Hood
River; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heney and.
son. The Dsllee; EL W. Fsrrow and
wife. Sao Francisco; O E Demorest
snd wife, Portland; Mrs. H. G. Lane,
G. U Jenkins. E. P. Morris anj wife.
Seattle; Frank Turney, Portland ;
Joaepb Warn or. W M. Lambert, San
Francisco; Miss M. Lambert, San
PHOIJES flUi FRIEND
THEN SHOOTS SELF
CHICAGO. Dec. !. Telephoning to
Frank B. Cockrell from ber room In a
hotel here, Mrs. Edna Robinson, rep-
ported to be a wealthy divorcee; and
sister of Mrs. J C. Clark, of Portland.
Or, asksd him to listen and then shot
"I did It for htm," she said before
lapsing Into nnconaclouanesa. Mrs.
Robinson Is In a critical condition and
may d!a. Tha bullet entered the left
side of ber body between tha heart
and the shoulder. j
Frank Cockrell, known simply as "a
frienJ of Mrs. Robinson." dined with
her Isst night. Ha refused to make
any statement save to Inform tha po
lice that ha came Trom Jerseyvllle, III.
Specific motive for tha eelf-shootlng
I unknown, snd Cockrell refuses to
shed sny light on tba affair.
Mrs. Clark, sister of Mrs. Robinson,
lives at 927 1-2 East Ankeny street,
Portland. Mrs. Robinson msda her
home with tha Clark family for some
The room occupied by Mrs. Robln-
son wss filled wltb Chrlstmss presents
ready for mailing.
Mra. Robinson Is In a critical condi
tion because tha man aha loves refuses
to wed ber. The bullet barely missed
ber heart. At the hospital she told
Sergeant Mslone she had tried sui
cide "because Ufa wasn't worth liv
ing without Frank."
Cockrell declared tha woman tele
phoned him twice thla morning before
tha attempt at suicide.
At the hospltsl today Mrs. Robinson
'I shot myielf because Frank re-
fused to marry me. We went to a
restaurant last night and I aaked
Frank to marry me. He refuaed. I
telephoned him again this morning.
aHttlng him again. He refused again
nd I declled I did not want to live
Cockrell said he met tha woman In
Portland on a business trip and called
upon her Irregularly after she came
here. Last nlgbt sba refused to go to
theatre with him and a man friend
and tha two men went alone.
Ha said later ht telephoned the wo
man who accepted an Invitation to
sup with Cockrell and a friend. He
said they left the woman In front of
tha jl galln hotel, where she was
stopping, at 1 : 30 this morning. At j
o'clock she telephoned Cockrell asylng
he wanted him to breakfait with her.
An hour later, asld Cockrell, she tele
phoned him, saying: 'I'm In trouble.
Policemen are all around me." Then
soma ona advlied Cockrell tha womsn
bad shot herself. He denied that ha
and Mrs. Robinson were engaged.
Careful af Appearaneee.
Mrs. Da Btrle-Mario, I sbsll
ona of tba children to church.
Mrs. De Btyle Which one will go
best with my uew purple gown? Bos
ye, la tha second act there are sight
of tha handsomest parlalan direotolre
gown worn by baautltul an.l hply
girl. Tha elctrlcal effect are mar
veloua, the 'Tacaugraph" be i tig dis
tinct novelty, tha electrical aerial
swing being an amatua trurtur t
fteel. Illuminated with over 2.000 alo
trie lights, revolving at a rapid rsta,
with slg girls In tha basket singing
"The Cuddle Bong." and I ald to be
ona of tha most beautiful Dnalea aver
POOR CHILDREN TO
Since tha members of the 8L An
drew's Brotherhood of St Pauls
Episcopal church of this city begaa
tha movement for providing ChrUt
ma present for tha poor and needy
t f this city In many of the cltit n and
buainea men hsva taken Interest
William Hammond, who I treasurer
of this society, and who will handle
the funds that come In for thla bene
fit, baa already on band III It la the
dee Ira of those who are In charge
to have as many names of children as
possible. It Is the society's Intention
to sea that no child In Oregon City or
In Clackamas county Is forgotten. The
nsmes of those receiving ssalatsnce
wll not be disclosed. Name ahould
be sent to tha rector of St Pauls
church, or to any of the members of
tie St. Andrew's Brotherhood.
Below ara two coupon) which ex
plain themselves. All will be treated
In the strictest confidence. Mall to
William Hammond of Croa A Ham
mond, either or both coupon. A re
ceipt will be returned In the ra
of gift or money from htm snd at
Chrlstmss time from the Mule ones
by a signed card.
Tba following ara namea of
4 cbll.lren, given In confidence.
who should be assisted by your
... . -
8end as many names as yen
I desire to be Santa Claus to
om chllj to tha extent of the A
s enclosed cash
Order (on any Oregon City
la esse of an order tba coat,
or written order on tba store
designated muat be enclosed
IS m AT CURKES
An Interesting educstlonsl confer
enca waa held at tha nark.
houee tha forenoon kinv rivn . -
teachers' Institute and tha afternoon
to a general meeting. The women of
Clarkes entertained the teachers at
inncn. county Superintendent T. J.
Osry, Robert Olnther. Emma Klein
smith and eeveral other teachers and
visitors made ad.lresae. Many Im
portant educational matters were con
aldered. Much Intereat waa nunlfait
ed In the r r nirlin. .I...
- ..v.,w n . . " tt fc-
Ing tha aupervUlon of rural schools,
m purpoae, cost, etc. This Informa
tion brought out the fol In r I n st rtfiirtrai
City schools, as well as all kinds ot
iwiiriaiii Dunne, nsva long been
cloaely supervised. ThU
has been found to be not only neces
sary io prevent failure but a leading
element in arnieving success. Oregon
City, with college and normal-trained
teachers, lets thsn thirty In number,
Days sn exnert educator tl sns
tor supervision alona. But It has been
tnougnt surricient that another educa
tor, at a salary of l,0oo a year,
thouM tupervlHe 200 rural teachers.
Of COIl r It la ImnoaalhU fnr an
county superintendent to stipervlae
urn a large number or teachers, many
of whom have no trslnlng for their
Important work. Tha method of au
pervlalon for rural schools now be
ing tried out In Oregon provides that
not lea than twenty nor mora than
iii iy leacuers snail nave ona auper
vlsor. The plan has not yet had time
to prove Its value, though much good
hss alrsady been dona. Clackamas
county ha three supervisors besides
the county superintendent. The cot
of suDervlslon imonnti In ahouf ron.
teen cents on $1,000 of tsxsbla prop
After tha addretses the visitors ex
amined tha very Instructive school ex
hlhlt prepared by the pupils of F. II.
Wilcox and Edna (lard. , '
Art in tne nems.
"Don't 700 think there is a great like
ness between ma and 'Mona Lisa,' my
"Tea. Ton can follow ber exsmple
snd get stolen, too, If you like." Lus
tlga III a tier.
Patronise our advertlaerf.
White hair mttrne may all be gathered Into one
family and while cotton felt mattra differ lilt is ei
ceptlng la name the Sesly lan.l absolutely aloti. In a
rlsat by fi'lf different frvm any and all other mat
treM It ha n tuft, no lavvr. It I tha uiaitrv
of quality. It I worth what It Cot. It rtlllng I all
pure. King tibia cotton worth lie a pound In the bale.
W so guarantee It.
No other tnattret makertt such
guarantee with hi tnsttr Many
felt ms:reir ara not aen adtertlaed
aa c-ttn. Mlu? that r advert led
aa -otton are really made of llnters,
or the wste from cotton gin, or f
mill scraps snd shoddy.
The tea It luflle single ball con
struction requite the beit msterlal In
order to produce a lufiNi mattr
that can be guaranteed for 30 )ar
again! becoming lumpy or bunrhr.
Tha SRALT I " guaranteed Do nth
er tuftle niattre ever waa.
Another Favorite Gift with Santa is The
Shop Early and
Avoid tho thtoh
thm Lmmt Wook.
RIAL ESTATE TRANa'ERA.
W W. and Annla M. Crampton to
W C. Van Hoy, lot SI. Jennlnga Lodge(
John f. Cbartton and Sophie IX
Charlton to Joseph Hnry, 10 acres
8. 8. Whit D U C. No. II. section
. township I south, range t eaat;
T. Ieonard and Kate Charman to
Oregon Waahburn, land la Windsor
William U and Sarah Kesterson,
land In aectlon 15. township 1 south,
rsnge 3 east; $3&0.
Willamette rails Company to 0. U.
and Alice M. Oravea, lots $ and 8.
block 7. Willamette fall; $200.
First Baptist ChurcH Main and Ninth
streets Rev. 8. A. Ilsyworth will
deliver the last of a series of ser
mons on tha men and religion
movement at the Ilaptlst church to
night. The tubject I 'Thy King
dom Com or the Social Kmpha.l."
At tha Uat Thuraday evening's bual
nea meeting the church voted to
employ Rev. Rratus A Smith a
county miaalonary. Ha will work
In thla county under the amplcea of
the church and will make It contrib
utory to tha church. Mr. Smith U
a ttrong worker and well known
In this county.
Cermsn Lutharsn Church Service
ftundsy, Dec. 17, 10:30 a. m. Sun
day achool at 9: 80 a, m. In Kngliah
and German. At 1:30 P- m, rehear
aal of the Cbrlatma program. Wed
nesday night meeting of the Young
People. All ara cordially Invited.
Rev. H. Man, pamor.
Chollo Corner Water and Tenth
streets, Rsv. A. Hlllebrand pastor,
realdenca $12 Water; Low Mais $
a. m., with sermon; High Ma
10:20 a. m.; afternoon service st
4; Mm every morning at I.
Congregational Church Rev. Ueorge
N. Edwrd, paator, regular morn
ing service 10:30. 8 in.lsy school
11:60. Evening service 7:30. Morn
ing subject, "Tha Quet for Christ,"
a C'hrlHtma allegory.' Evening sub
ject, "Tha Child Crowned King."
First Church of Christ, clntlt.
Ninth and Center street. Service 1
at 11 a. m. Sunday school
Immediately after morning service.
German Evangelical Corner Eighth
and Madlion street. Rev. P.
Wleveslck psator, realdenca 713
Madlaon; Sunday achool 10 a. m.,
Ing Wednesday at 7:80 p. m.
Qladstons Chrlatlan Rev. A. H. Mul
key, paator: Bible school at 10 a.
m.; preaching at 11 and 8.
Mountain View Union (Congrega
tlonal) Sunday school 8 p. m.,
Herman Schrader, Monroe street,
superintendent; morning tervlce
11; Young People at 7 p. m. and
preaching at 8 p. m.; prayer meet
Mrs. J. H. Qulnn, auperlntsndent;
Iilble study every Thurday after,
First Msthodlst Eplacopal Church,
i. u. rora, paator raator s real-
dtnea 81 S Center treet. Psttor's
study In th church, Service: Sun
day school 9:48 a. m., C. A. Wil
liam, superintendent. 10:45 a. m.,
public ter vices, preaching by tba
OREGON CITY .
paator. 12 m., Cla meeting. Ilroth
er Toder, leader. 8 p. m. Junior
church service. Miaa Csse, leader.
t:30 p. m, Epworth Igue devo
tional meeting. Harold flwafford.
preatdent. 7:10, preaching by th
paator. Prayer meeting Thursday
evening at 7:30. a cordial invita
tion la extended to the public. Ac
commodating uahers await yon at
tbe door of tha church. "Coma tuonj
with ua and we will do thea good,"
First Pretbyterlsn Church Rv. J It
Iandborough, mlnlatsr Sunday 1
achool at 10 o'clock. Mrs. W. C.I
Green. supsrlntendenL Morning
worhlp at 11. T. P. 8. C. E. at C:S. 1
F-artipiac Congreosf anal Rev. J. LJ
Jonea paator. residence Clackamas;
Christian Endeavor Thurtdar v
nlng T:30. Sunday school 10. Emerv
French superintendent; preaching j
aervlces each Sunday, alternating
betweea II a. m. and 7:80 p. m.; I
at. Paul's ProUtUnt (ptseopal
Church; C. W. Roblnaon, rector:
Holy euchsr1t, 8 a. m morning
Pfsyer, 10:30; holy euchsrUt and
aarmon, 11; evening prayer and aer
mon, 7:30; Sunday achool, 12.
United Brethren Cornsr Eighth snd
Tsylor, Kev. L r. Clsrk pastor,
residence, Portland; Sunday schmil
10 a. m.. Frank Parker, Maple Una.
superintendent; morning aorvlr
11: Y. P. 8. C. B. t p, m . evening
Wlllamett, M. ENo rsguUr preach-
The Car that Delivers the Goods
1000 pound Ford Delivery Wagon
For Demonstration Call
C. A. ELLIOTT
FORD GARAGE 4,h j, Mtn Sti.
PHONESi HUlo 119, A72
You plee lha home maker nu( hg
you gla ber something that ran be
ud in the home. So knlrk knark.
nothing whose value or ttaefulneta la
for only a abort time. No matter how
expensive that thing may be. It raa
not offer the complete enjoyment aad
satisfaction Of aomeihlng that ll
bring constant romfort and pleUr
day In and day out to the wumaa la
lha home, sad so we suget to yoe,
father, eon or daughter, to yuu la
dlvlduslly or collectively, a gift thst
will fill with delight the woman ha
preid over your home end be a
pride sal comfort to her fi many
year to coma
The Standard Favorite
we have them from
$50 to $80
The Standard I only ona of th ny
mskes Of range we handle. Dee our
complete line before buying.
IVo will Ciorm
Your Clfto Fro
Home mad Chocolate and lion Ftoai
packed In special I lb. llolley hots.
Regular $12$ l 73 teat
Holiday Postcards f rent st
Holiday Stationery, In gift boxes. 37
to ( rents wy on tbe hill aa
Mr. L. Newtert, BOt seventh 8 'rett
ing aervlces,' Sunday achool $ p.
Mrs. Reams, superintendent
Zion I ut heran Corner Jefferson tni
Righth atraata. Rev. W. R, Krtt
bergar pastor, residence 720 J'f'sf
aon; Bundsy achool :80 a. m . P
Kraiberger. tuparinundent; morn
ing service 10:80; evening 7:4,:
lather iaaria 7 p. m
Wt Oregon City tahoal House J- 0
Saata will preach at 2 o'clock. Boo
day school conducted after service.
CHureh af tha Untied retherheed Is
Christ B. Clack, pastor: Bsbbstb
school 10 a. m T. psrker, superin
tendent. Y. P. 8. C 6:30 p. .
Alice Boylan, president Evnlof
sermon 7:30. Welcome to all.
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