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TITE MORXIXG OREGOXIAN. MOSPAT. JANUARY 29. 1912.
Rev. John H. Boyd Criticises
All Modern Faith Curists,
Says Powers Are Limited.
NOT LIKE CHRIST, HE SAYS
Pastor Says Emminirl Motfmfnt
Claim Powrr of Xasarene. Yet
Con fin Work Io Nersoot
and Junctional Plwc.
The Emmanuel Movement. Christian
fu-lence. and modern faith curlsts were
severely criticised by Dr. John II. Boyd
at tha First Presbyterian Church last
night, because, he aald. they claim tha
power of Christ, yet fall to beal disease
aa ha did.
"Can you understand.- he asked, "how
Dra. Worcester and Mcomli. of tha
r.ramanuel Protestant Episcopal Church
la Boston, after carefully studying Dr.
Luke's narrative of the 17 cases of
healing by Christ, could confine them
selves to nervous and functional d le
eaeea. not pretending to heal othera aa
did Chrlat. and yet deliberately aay lhay
possess tha method and power of tha
Xn. lleMy'a Bxk Qaated.
Tha church laat nlht was crowded
to tha door. Dr. Boyd read statements
from Mrs. Eddy's work. used aa a text
book by Christian Sciential, and from
published statements of Drs. Worcester
and Macombe. lie pointed out that tha
latter openly refuse all rasea where
there Is a physical lesion, turning these
over to a competent physician.
II remarked that Christian Scien
tists and faith curlsta had met many
failures, but that Christ me with none.
Christ, the Nasarene. he said, possessed
a power, only one expression of which
was the healing of chronic diseases re
garded aa Incurable, and the raisins of
tha dead. Anions the miracles com
mented upon by Dr. Boyd wera tha
raising of Jalrua' daughter, tha heal
ing of tha aon of the widow of Naln.
the healing of lepers, and of one at an
other time; two caJrs of blindness, ona
associated with dumbness and de
moniacal possession; tha healing of
Peter's wife's mother of malarial fever:
tha healing of MaJchua' ear. which waa
cut off by Peter, and tha healing of a
man with tha dropsy. Ha also men
tioned tha healing of chronic nervous
disorders. Including the casting out of
demons. Me said he did not wish to
be understood as doubting reality of
Ne Reewrd af t'allarea Glvea. ,
"There Is no record In the three gos
pels, not to speak of Duke, of a failure
of the Naaarene." ha continued. "Never
waa his hand laid upon tha needy with
out an immediate response of tha pow
er connected with him. Taka that rec
ord of Duke, and look across the record
of modern faith healing. Christian Sci
ence. Dr. Worcester and all the rest of
them, and what la there In Duke's rec
ord that corresponds to the alow pro
cess of one and another of these mod
ern systems, and tha failure we all can
"It is a dangerous thing for any
reasonable man or woman to stand In
this 20th century and say they possess
tha methods and potency of the Christ.
If they do. let them bring forth tha
fruit tha results. With your nervous
diseases, slow treatments and frequent
failures, and all the rest. If you have
tha power of Christ, make no apolo
gia that vi don't yet know enough.
Ktther produce tha reauita which the
Naxarene produced, or else confess that
there la resident In him a power above
humanity, that manifested Itself la
many phases, and healing Is only ona
Dlaeaetliral Dlffereae Seen.
"I have tried to ba simple and reason
able, and I ask you to go and read the
IT casea Duke, tha physician, cites: t:-.-n
turn to a falth-curlst paper like this
(holding It up), or hear tha testimonies
In a Christian Science meeting, or go
into tha clinic of Dra. Worcester and
Macombe and you will find there Is a
diametrical difference between tha
work of Christ and that of faith curlsts.
Emanuetlsts and scientists of today, a
difference so broad as to separata them
Into an essentially different class.
"Tha cult of faith healers, tha Em
manuel movement and Christian Sci
ence all agree in contending that they
possess tha power, and are pursuing
the methods and securing tha results
which are associated with the earthly
life of Jrsus. the Naxarene.
"I know that Dowle waa a healer.
1 know that Mr. Emerson, of New
York, is a healer, and that the local
cult of faith healers can present cases
of healing as authentic as any of those
presented by these schools of modern
healing. I know Christian Science haa
Ira record of healing, ami that Dra.
Worcester and Macombe have pro
duced remarkable results, but I am
here tonight to test the claim that
these modern school possess tha
power and method, and are producing
tha results Christ dkl.
Maay Clalssve Rldlealed.
"There Is no modern parallel, and no
claimant arises to say ha possesses
tha whole power of the Naxarene.
Among our modem cults there la alther
a strange self-llmltatlon In the dis
eases treated, or else the actual facts,
after careful examination, reveal that
they are limited In their power. I
know the faith healers In thia and
every city will look you honestly In
the face and say they heal consump
tion, bodily lesions of every kind, spinal
diseases, tumors and all kinds of hor
rible diseases. But when you taka
up their own writings and scan them
even carelessly, you will find the facts
they present limit tha field of their
operation in healing.
"Some of tha diseases I noticed as
reputed to hava been cured wera nerv
ous prostration, throat trouble, opium
habit, goitre reduced, man thrown from
wagon. Internally Injured, hip dislo
cated, rheumatism, rupture, whooping
cough. Nothing was said about ex
amination by a physician. It Is ven
turesome for one to claim to hava
healed any disease, and this matter
of internal dlagnoala Is a delicate one.
Heallaga Are Classified.
"For a msn with his stethoscope to
declare that part of a lung waa re
moved by dlaeaae and afterward re
stored, la to Ventura upon uncertain
r round. When you come Into the
Christian Science testimony meeting
you will find, for the moat part, petty
aliments, occasionally one of the acuta
kind: 10 per cent of this character.
Where there la a serious disease that
has been relieved, you will find In
rases out of 100 that It haa some con
nection with the nervous system. Nina
of tha miracles of healing by Jeaus
wera ehronle troubles of tha most
Views or the steamer sarah decon, which arrived in Portland harbor yesterday,
ON WHICH BOILER EXPLODED, KILLING THREE OF CREW AND SINKING- BOAT.
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WRECK IS IH PORT
Shattered Sarah Dixon to Be
Placed on Ways.
BLAST'S FORCE TERRIFIC
Explosion Carries Away All Upper
Works From Amidships For
ward Danmgo to Hall Is
Not Vrt Known.
Suspended on chains between two
bargea and with her decks Just, flush
with the surface of the river, tha wreck
of the steamer Sarah Dixon was towed
past the city yesterday and taken to
the South Portland Shipyards, where
she will be taken out on the way to
morrow for examination and possible
Tha tow up tha river was slow, with
tha steamer Wauna In tha lead and
the steamer No Wonder acting as a
rudder and pushing. It required 21
hours to make the trip from 'a short
distance below Kalama.
I'sser -Works Are Desnallaaad.
The Sarah Dixon appears a total
wreck, with all tha upper works, from
amldship forward, being entirely car
ried away, and that portion aft knocked
down and broken up.
The terrific force of the boiler's ex
plosion Is shown by many of the planks
of the hull forced loose, not torn,
broken or twisted, but with the spikes
pulled out of the frames. A number
of these plank floated away from the
hull during the tow up tha river.
How high tha burst boiler went In
the air can only be conjectured, but
that It went very high forward haa
been determined by finding ona of the
lega that stood under tha grates In
the fire 'jo x embedded an Inch or more
in the deck, about ten feet aft of the
position of the boiler. The leg was ;
driven through tha strong and thick '
deck covering. At tha time of the ex-
ploaion the ateamer waa going at full
speed, and as this piece necessarily ;
must have been some time In the air '
and at a good height to have had
sufficient force to Imbed Itself In the
deck, it follows that the boiler took
a forward direction.
Hall's Damage I'aeVterssiaed,
As far as an examination haa been
possible, the engines and wheel are '
the only things left intact on the
steamer, and these are not In the best
of condition. How badlr the hull Is
damaged will be learned when aha la j
taken out of the water, but It la cer
tain that It will coat nearly aa much to
repair her as to build a new boat.
DISTRICT CHANGES PROBABLE
Portland Co stoma Collector Mar Su
pervise Ybole State.
To give greater efficiency to the ;
custo.ua service Secretary MacVeagh
has recommended a plan, the adoption
of which Is expected by Congress, that ,
will change many of the customs dis
tricts. I'nder It the changea In Oregon
will create the District of Portland, to
Include all of the state, of which Port
land la to be tha port of entry and
T-here the collector must reside. New
port. Astoria and Empire City are to
be sub-ports of entry. Taqulna and
Coos Bay districts are to be abolished.
No collections have been made at tha
former port In the past three years
and the coats of this port are $luO
annually. The receipts of Coos Bay
for 1910 were S3, while the expenses
amounted to J1I48.
It Is proposed to have deputies at
these two places at a salary of 1200 a
year. The collector of the Port of Port
land Is to ba paid tSOOO. 11000 less than
at present, and will have supervision
over the entire district. The deputy
at Astoria Is to receive 11800 as now.
maktng a total savinr In the district of
Scbouner The 11 n Wrecked.
The schooner Jennie Thelln. which
carried lumber and traded along the
Oregon and Washington coasts for
many years and because of her light
draft entered many of the smaller har
bors. Is reported to have been wracked
on the lower California coast. After
becoming too old for tha coaatlng trade
she was sent sealing and was seised by
the Canadians for poaching. Later she
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LOOKING FORWARD FROM AMIDSH IPS HOLE IS WHERE BOILER WAS
waa sold to San Diego parties and has
been running between there and Cen
tral Araer'can porta
The steamer Breakwater arrived last
night from Coos Bay points with freight
The British bark Lord Templeton has
arrived at St. Helens, where the will
load lumber for Australia.
The steamer Geo. W. Elder arrived
last night from San Tedro and San
Francisco with freight and passengers.
The four masted schooner Nokomls
arrived at tha Inman-Poulson mill yes
terday to load lumber for San Pedro.
The Charles Nelson Company has
purchased the steamer Nome City from
the George D. Cray Company. The
terms were private.
The Government dredge Clatsop,
which has been having oil burners In
stalled, will be ready to go Into com
mission again this week.
The steamer Rose City arrived last
night from California ports with a
heavy freight cargo and a fair passen
ger list for this season of the year.
The schooner A. J. Johnson haa been
chartered to load lumber at Grays Har
bor for Honolulu at 16.50. This Is an
advance of SI over the rate last Fall.
The oil tank ateamer Washtenaw, of
trie fleet of the Union OH Company,
aalled for California yesterday after
having discharged her cargo of fuel oil.
The British bark Port Stanley Is re
ported to have sailed January 21 from
Santa Rosalia for Portland. She Is
tinder charter to load wheat for Europe
and should arrive before March 1.
The steamship Hasel Dollar will ar
rive this morning from Tongue Point,
where she took on 10,000 feet of lum
ber, and after taking on S00 tons of
flour here will finish ber lumber cargo
for the Orient.
MORRIS STILL FIRM
Agreement to Dismiss Indict
Movements of Vessels.
ASTORIA. Or.. Jan. J. Sailed at 7 A.
If., steamer Yoeemll., (or Baa Pedro. Ar
rived at 7 and left up at A. XI.. steamer
Ilrrakwat.r, from Coo. Bsr. Sailed st
7:4S jl. M steamer Bear, for 6n Fran
cl.ro and Ban Ptolro. Arrived at 8 and
l.ft up at S.SO A. M.. steamer Hose City,
from tien Francisco sad San Pedro.
baa Francisco. Jan. ST. Balled at 1 P.
it., steamer Johan Poulsen, for Portland.
Arrived at P. M.. ettamer Roanoke, from
Portland; tug bauntlese. from Columbia
Point Lobos. Jsn. ST. Psesed st 4 P. M,
steamer W. 8. Porter, tram Monterey, for
Point Revea, Jan. IT. Passed at 8 P. M..
et.amer Oleum, from Portland, for Port
Santa Rosalia. Jan. SL Sailed British
bark Port Stanley, for Portland.
Loa Ans-eles. Jan. zs. Arrived Beaver,
from Portland; Coo. Bar. from San Freji
clsro; Eausallto, from Coqullle River; Astee,
Balboa, from Panama. Balled Coos Bay,
for Ban Francisco.
Seattle. Jan. I. Arrived Bteamers
Northland, from KetchlkaA: Prince Rupert,
from Prlnee Rupert. 6alled Steamers Ma
gician, for Olaasow, via Ban Francisco;
Humboldt, for Pea FTsncleco; Jeff.rson. for
Bkasway; Fs.!rhaven. for Port Ludlow; Ml.
aouriaa. for Honolulu; Orterlc, for Yokohama
Tides) a Astoria Moo day.
T 09 A. M I t feet'l:ll A. M.....4.0 feet
10:O4 P. M a.8 fe.t'3:IT P. M.....0.4 foot
C. P. Connolly In Portland.
C. P. Connolly, the well-known po
litical writer, arrived In Portland yes
terday, and will deliver a series of lee.
tures here. lie Is registered at the
Is your pencil a "KOH-I-NOOR" or
only an Imitation. The genuine Is
fuaranteed free from, defeats. At all
Lrst-olass dealers, ee
CAMERON REMAINS SILENT
District Attorney Will Not Deny Ar
rangement Will Be Made , as
Convict's Attorneys Are
Asking; for Client.
While no positive statement has been
made by Dlutrlct Attorney Cameron or
others of the prosecution In the Wilde
esse as to the probabilities of W.
Cooper Morris, ex-cashier of the de
funct Oregon Trust & Savings Bank,
appearing- on the witness stand in the
W'tide trial being held before Circuit
Judge Kavanaugh. it Is believed the
prosecution and attorneys for Morris
will reach an agreement and the Indict
ments sgalnst Morris will be dismissed
In lieu of his testifying'. '
District Attorney Cameron last night
would not deny that such an arrange
ment would be made. His only state
ment was that he could say nothing
about It aa yet. Attorneys for Morris
say be Is remaining firm In his demand
that the Indictments against him be
dismissed before he qualifies as a wit.
He is now serving a penitentiary
term of six years for his part In con
nection with the failure of the Oregon
Trust & Savings Bank, and desires. It Is
said, to leave the prison with no fur
ther charges to faoe. As to whether
his stand on the proposition Is taken
on the ground that testimony he might
give in the Wilde heating would , tend
to incriminate him In connection with
the pending Indictments has not, been
Though the prosecution, apparently,
has been trying to Impress upon Morris
the fact that his testimony Is not ab
solutely necessary to make the state's
case complete. It Is said by some who
have been following the case that Mor
ris story Is needed. According to Mor
ris' attorneys, he is determined not to
plead guilty to the Indictments.
The trial will be resumed this morn
ing at 9:30 o'clock, at which time the
prosecution will introduce a new wit
ness, the testimony of all witnesses to
date being complete. As to who will
be called next the prosecution has not
The Jury, which Is under the care of
Bailiff Scott, remained at the hotel
most of yesterday. A walk to Portland
Heights was taken lust before noon.
and was followed by luncheon, after
which the Jurors returned to the hotel.
Their wives and families were allowed
to visit them in the afternoon In the
presence of the bailiff In the recep
tion room of the hotel. Last night the
Jurors wanted to go to one of the
theaters, but their request was denied
by the bailiff, who declared he had no
authority from the court to auiow tnem
WILL MEET TODAY
Headquarters to Open This
Morning on Fifth Floor of
CAMPAIGN NOW IN SWING
John B. Coffey Denies Report That
He Is Candidate for Sheriff.
Those Seeking District Attor
neyship to Hold Meeting.
A meeting .of the Taft campaign
committee was called yesterday by
Chairman Selling for this afternoon at
3 o'clock in the Taft headquarters on
the fifth floor of the Selling build
ing. In calling the meeting Chairman
Selling annpunced that there will be
some Important business to transact
and a full attendance of the commit
tee members is desired.
The Taft headquarters will be for
mally opened this morning when Clark
H. Williams, who has been appointed
to take charge of the publicity cam
paign, will begin his work. The offices
will be kept open during the rest of
the campaign. Arrangements have
been made for two spacious rooms for
the start. Provision has been made
for additional rooms on the same floor
as they are needed.
Coffey Denies Candidacy.
Reports were circulated yesterday
that the present long list of candidates
for Sheriff was to be augmented by
the appearance In the field of John B.
Coffey, chairman of the police commit
tee of the City Executive Board. Mr.
Coffey denied the report, declaring that
he had no Intention of seeking the
candidacy. He also denied a report
that he will oppose "W. H. Fitzgerald,
a member of the police committee, who
has expressed a willingness to run for
Candidates for District Attorney on
both tickets have been asked to appear
before the Multnomah Bar Association
tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in the
Courthouse to explain their platforms
and It Is probable all the candidates
will be present
Letter Brings Story.
The letter which ex-Councilman El
lis says he has received from Theo
dore Roosevelt is the cause of much
conjecture In political circles. The
continued silence of the ex-Councllman
as to the contents of the message has
led to attempts to reveal the secret
by means of magic. A story Is told by
Charles Duggan of the latest attempt.
"Here's how It happened," said Mr.
Duggan yesterday. "Democrats un
like Republicans always like to accotri
raodate public curiosity regardless of
party lines, so we were bound by hook
or crook to discover what is in that
letter. We got together, Jim Foley,
Jim McGinn, Tim Murnane, Ed Kill
feather and myself, and started a sub
scription list at 10 cents a head till
we got $1.50 and then we sent J. Hen
nessy Murphy to a medium with the
coin to wrench out the mystery.
"Hennessy reported back. He said
"Boys, It was a good investment, the
medium first threw herself Into a fit
and after gasping and gagging for a
few minutes slowly enunciated: "The
mysterious passage In the Roosevelt
letter to Ellis reads as follows: "How's
my old friend. Councilman Jim Mi
gulre, hope he's well and prosperous,
give him my regards.
" " Theodore Roosevelt. " ' "
DONATE SITE FOR LIBRARY
Quarter Block In North Alblna to
Be Transferred Today.
Klllingsworth and Warren will today
transfer the quarter block on Killings
worth avenue and Commercial street to
the Portland Library Association as the
site of the North Alblna Branch Li
brary. The value of the property Is
$15,000, and there are street Improve
ments on the two sides of the tract to
the amount of $1500.
William M. Klllingsworth and Frank
M. Warren made a gift of $7500 to
ward the purchase price of the site, and
the remainder has been subscribed,
maktng up the total of $15,000.
Property-owners and citizens on Kll
lingsworth avenue have agreed to take
care of the street Improvements and
the money has nearly all been sub
scribed for that purpose.
This Insures the erection of a $35,000
library building for North Alblna In the
near future. The site has 129 feet front
age on Klllingsworth avenue and 120
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have more money Invested in my
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standing before accepting treatment
from a doctor of unknown identity
being treated in a satisfactory man
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cured you in a reasonable time, and
lived up to his guarantee? Are you
paying him exorbitant prices for
medicine? Does he employ thorough
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PARED TO CURE BY EXPERI
ENCE AND EQUIPMENT, WHICH
ARE THE KEYSTONES TO faLC
CESS. I HAVE THE BEST
EQUIPPED MEDICAL, OFFICE ON
I Invite you to come to my office.
I will explain to you my treatment
for Varicose Veins, Hernia, Nervous
!'(' E)li I L , D1UUU .-1 . . mi, w . ,
tula. Bladder. Kidney and all Men s
Aliments, anu bivo j
physical examination; if necessary a
. : .. . . . : anyf Vi .i ri t . ii 1 onnlvla
of secretions, to determine patho-
tlons. Every person should take ad
vantage of this opportunity to learn
their true condition. A permanent
cure Is what you want.
My offices are open all day from
9 A. M. to 8 P. M.. and Sundays from
aTg. Smith, M. D.
234)4 MorrlHoi St., Corner 2d
IK'T UIVE UP HOH
THfcKE IS UK LP 1 OK VOU
A. err TODAY
1 will treat some
of your ailments for
as low a lee aa J3
and 10. I will
make you aa ex
ceptionally low tee
on any ailment you
may be sutlerinc
With this low
fee and mv long
and successful ex
perience m treat
Ins ailments ot
men you need not
suffer another day.
I don't care who bat
ttin r-iij sp ..tort to .'lire you.
?'rr- i will Klve you a sure
cure a"d a small fee. Don't lv. u
befBT "SlDWiis method. Iraow. t,
MEDICAL science I """"''"'Lv'Si
VARirosK VEINS. FILES.
lllMFVTS KIDNEY. BLADDER.
NlN? ANI)' BLOOD AILMENTS. K11EU-
CHRONIC AILMENTS Or MEN.
Come In and see me. Have a eonfl.
dentlal talk and be examined without
cost or obllsatioa. I will cure you.
The Old Reliable Specialist,
Corner Alder and Second streets. En
trance 128tf Second street. Portland.
Or. Office hours S A. M. to 8 P. at,
Bundays. IO A. IS. to t P. M
j J publish my own photograph,per-
sonaliy conduct my own otiice. nave
no connection with any "medical
company," " institute " or "museum,"
but am a thoroughly reliable, up-to-date
scientific specialist In all ail
ments of men. No hired substitutes
to treat you. If I accept your case
for treatment and do not effect a
quick and lasting cure, you need not
pay one cent of my small fee.
BLOOD POISON 121"
Mo 5, 7 to 8 Daily; Sundar, 10 to 1
Exa m tun t Ion A d vice Free.
Rooms 11-14 Lafayette Bldic
813 Vi WASHINGTON ST.. COR Stk,
S. K. CHAN
Hhinfise Doctors R-
Will Move to
1334 First St.,
on February 1-
Tr. S- !.. Chan Mrs. Dr. Chan
The well-known Drs. 8. K. Chan, with
their harmless Chinese medicines of herbs
and roots, have wonderfully cured many
sufferers of both external and Internal sick
nesses when all other remedies have failed.
o Operations. Examination for ladies by
Mrs. Dr. Chan. Call or write to
B. K. CHAN CHINESE MEDICINE CO.,
tVA Morrison fit. (Present Address).
You do not care
- innv. wind-
led boastful adver
tisements, w 11 fti
you want is a cure.
Come to me and
get It. I cure all
ailments of men.
Pay when satisfied
ination and dlagno-,
sis free and private.;;-;'
Hours aany v iw o.iniiisv;
evenings 7 to S:feyS-r
Sundays 10 to 1.
DR. GREEN CO.
363 Washington St., Portland.
I am educated for Chinese
doctor. I use the Chines,
herbs and root medicines. It
makes wonderful cares. It
has cured many sufferers.
The treatment cures Kidney,
Throat. Heart, Liver, Con
sumption. Stomach. Good for
ithr male or female and
different kinds of diseases. Peopla out of
town write for consultation blank and call at
my office, room 1. 170, Third street, and
26114 YsmhlU. Portland, Ox.