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TnE MORXING OREGOXIAX. MONDAY, 3IAY 23, 1914.
WAR VETERANS AT
More Than One Hundred Hear
Touching Sermon by Dr. Love
land at Methodist Church.
APPLAUSE FOLLOWS TEARS
"The Glory of the Grave a Media
Hon." Is Subject of Discourse in
Which Lessons Are Drawn
From Civil War.
Nearly 1000 persons filled the First
Methodist Episcopal Church. Third and
'laylor streets, last night to hear Dr.
Frank L. Lioveland. the pastor, preach
the annual memorial sermon for the
Grand Army of the Republic.
More than 100 veterans, distinguish
able by their bald and gray-bedecked
heads as well as their bad sea and but
tons, occupied the first six rows of
seats before the pulpit. Members of the
"Women's Auxiliary sat behind them.
Pre-memorial exercises were held in
many Portland churches yesterday, and
most of the sermons touched more or
less upon the common theme of the day,
but the only official attendance of the
veterans in a body was at the old Taylor-Street
- Dr. Lovelarici's sermon was a master
piece of pulpit eloquence. At times
handkerchiefs were used to dry wet
eyes. Then the congregation was
laughing at the minister's wit. of
phrase. Applause was frequent.
One of the Impelling motives of Dr.
Loveland's presentation of "The Glory
of a Grave a Meditation" was that the
Civil War was not fought over slavery.
"It was a war between two types of
civilization, that of the democracy, rep
resented by the Puritans, who landed
at Plymouth Rock, and that of the
autocracy, represented by the Cava
liers, who landed on the James River.
"The Bouth would not have fought
to keep the negro in slavery; the North
would not have fought to keep the ne
gro out of slavery. But the South
would fight for state's rights and au
tocracy; and the North would fight for
the Union and liberty. - After they had
become engaged in that fracas, it was
only by the grace of God and Abraham
Lincoln that emancipation resulted."
"The security of the Nation does not
rest in the hands of men who revile
and execrate the flag of the country,
for few men who execrate the flag and
draj It in the dust have smelled powder
and faced bullets on the battlefield, but.
on the contrary, they who love their
country are the ones who have done
the most for it; made the sacrifices to
uphold the flag and all that it stands
for. These men are the security of the
Nation, and not the revilers of the Hag."
This was the statement made yester
day morning in his memorial address
by Rev. John D. Rice, of St. Johns
Episcopal Church, Scllwood, to mem
bers of the A. J. Smith Fost and Black
mar Circle of the Ladies of the CJ. A. R.
He spoke on the topic. '.'National Se
curity." and his text wan, "And the
land had rest for 40 years."
"What hallowed traditions and mem
ories are clustered about the day of
commemoration of the Nation's sol
diery!" paid Rev. Mr. Rice, as he began
his address. "For them a grateful
country today composes a wreath of
honors from the best and fairest in her
garden of loving acknowledgment. She
realizes what a blessing it was that
the land had rest after the cataatrophy
of disruption: but it was not a. rest of
idleness, but of security. We have
every reason to be thankful for the
National security whereby God has
made our country great and strong and
free, and a model of enlightenment and
achievement in the world. Such se
curity does not come of itself. Its
presence must be explained; a tale must
be told. Hero we have to do with sen
timentality. "And so our tributes- are due to the
heroes of the Civil War. Let them be
full and free and hearty for the living
as well as for the dead; for the Grand
Army of the Republic is marching into
the skies, and the strains of its martial
music grow fainter and fainter. The
souls of the great majority have been
gathered into the arms of the sweet
angel of rest. They have left behind
them a volume filled with brightest
glory. It is a reference book of guid
ance for all generations to come. I
thank God for giving such men to
the country, and thank God for the
righteous cause which they preserved."
IAXLY MKTKOROLOGICAL R1SPOBT.
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An extensive area ot low pressure, cen
tral over interior estern Canada, ever-
lies most of the country west of the Mis
sissippi River and t'pper Lake region. High
pressure obtains over the Appalachian High.
wniun :asi nours precipiti
tion. genera ll v lie ht. has occurred in niewt
or m w intern state. The rain Tail was
hea-y In Iowa and thunder storms were
reporter rrom the M isseurt and lpyr V ts
siSAlppl valleys. The weather is cooler in
most sections on the 1'aiir'io Slope and
,onnrrn .m m n?soT a ana it is warmer m
Northeastern ehini5ton. the Plains mat.
l pper Mississippi Valley, Lake region and
The conditions are favorable for showers
inoay in mis district. th rising tempera
tures and southwesterly winds.
FOR KC AST!?.
Portland and vtctnlt Shon ers and i iinj
Oregen. Washington and Idaho showers
and rising temperatures: southncrrrly
The Tenth la ear
if we sniaa it.
THE MOMAS CRAWFISH.
lt Never Crabs."
alon to bear him tell 1U He is
a skookuin story teller.
Ira Beeman, M. D., like many
of aur most loading citizen-,
does not like paper towels. We
are with him on that.
Our Town Marshal, Mr. Clark,
has had all his men busy shin
ing up their star for the Rose
Festival in their spare time
Milt Miller, U. S. Collector of
Internal Revenue, cot a letter
the other day from a farmer
near Salem who has to pay a
bis; Income tax. It was ad-'
dressed to Milt Miller, U. a. Col
lector of Infernal Revenues."
J. Meier, our popular mer
chant, says that when he takes
his vacation this Summer he is
Monday, May 25, 1914.
. HEX LAMPMAX. Editor
Subscription price, Jl a year
In advance, if possible; if not.
in produce or cord wood.
Xot entered in the 17. 8. mails
as second-class matter, because
every thing in H is strictly first
Ambition is a useful thin to - hand ct man
candidates and printers
print candidates cards.
That is, before election.
After election it is useful te a
few candidates only.
The others try to forget that
they even felt its itch.
The people can be trusted.
J. Withy com be.
The Smiths all voted for me'.
Dr. C. Smith.
I am a Republican until fur
ther notice C. Ackerson.
Multnomah Is a great county.
Wood row Wilson is a fine
man. H. Esterly.
Never turned a hair. R.
Booth, G. Chamberlain, W.
Never saw such crop pros
pects. G. Brown.
Homebody must have voted for
Gill, though I can't find 'em.
This is . a great country, all
thins considered. G. Uimick.
But ambition, crushed to
earth, will rise again, and in
two years the woods will be full
of candidates full of ambition.
Thus wags the world.
The best authorities agree
that the world is considerable
of a wag.
If you see it in The Crawfish
It isn't necessarily so.
Many candidates assure us
that the people vote very care
lessly. Locals and Personals
"What do you know about
Hermosillo?" Ca.pt. Tebbetts, of
Troop A, Oregon Cavalry, asked
S. Kramer one day last week,
Mr. K. said that he couldn't
keep track of all these new
fangled fancy drinks.
Sig Unander is sprouting a
haze on his upper lip. Kirke
Drury says it's a mighty thin
T. W, Brewer -writes from
Bend, Or., asking us to send
him a package of back numbers
of The Crawfish by parcel post
because his wife has discovered
that it just fits the pantry
shelves without folding. Sorry
J. W., but There are no back
numbers of The Crawfish. So
far the demand has far ex
ceeded the supply. This is no
Elbert Hubbard talk, and we
are not holding any issues of
this popular paper until they
become valuable for historical
Frank Branch Riley, well
known in musical and good
roads circles, while digging in
his garden one day last week
found a large number of angle
worms. He says they made
him think of two things, vis.,
of the dear old boyhood days
when he uted to grease him
self with angleworm oil to
make him limber so that he
could join a circus, and of go
J, Travis, .who works on erne
of our evening con temps., lives
out in Clackamas County,
which, he says, lias great cli
mate and is full of bosky dells
and other scenery.
T. Roosevelt, the well-known
author and hunter, is expected
by Dr. Henry Cos to visit our
city and make a speech. Mr.
R. lost a book the last time he
was here. If he loses one this
time, all he needs to do is te
put a want ad in The Crawfish,
lie did several other things last .
Manager James, of the Ma
jestic moving picture house,
went with his wife tha other
day to buy a dress and he
bowed to several beautiful ladies
who smiled at him before he
discovered that they were only
wax figures, and then he gave
his wife $20 not to tell any
body Judge Bill Colvig, who looks
after the S. p. right of way,
knows more about Crater Lake
than anybody but Will Steele,
who put it on the map and
had tiie Govt, make a park
around it. An old Indian medi
cineman once told the Judge the
legend of the volcanic disturb
ance that made the lake. The
Judge has probably improved on
the etory, like the polished
raconteur that he is, but it's
worth the price of admittance
Dictator Roused to Action by
MEX. CITY. May 23. (Craw
fish Special.) Pres. Huerta has
released all war correspondents
confined in the local bastile,
with the - idea that they will
write so much rot to their pa
pers in the United States that
the American public will be
foundered by reading it and die
by thousands of mental mulli
grubs. "I hate to take this
desperate step," said the dicta
tor, "but I was compelled to
do it. It is barbarous. I know,
but it can't be helped."
The Hall of Fame
City Com. Brewster always
smokes Turkish cigarettes which
are said by science to be alto
Who D'yuh Mean, Holme t,?
Frederick V. Holmes, of Port
land, father of the Portland rose
show and famous throughout
tie country as a rosa.ria.ii. has
accepted the invitation of the
Med ford Rose Society to act as
judge at local rose show.
CHURCH ON OLD SITE
Trinity Methodist- Congrega
tion in Former Home.
DEDICATORY SERVICE HELD
Kcv. J. AY. McDoupatl, District Su
pcrintendent Congratulates Kcv.
C. A. Calder, Pastor, on Change.
Dr. Lovelund Also Speaks.
Kededicatory services of the new
homo Acquired by Trinity Methodist
Church, at the southeast corner of
East Sherman and East Tenth streets.
were held yesterday. At the morning
services Bev. J. W. McDouall, district
superintendent, was in charge and de
livered the dedicatory sermon. Mr. Mc-
Dougall referred to the change the
church had just made from Ladd's
Addition, where It had been for the
past five years, and said Trinity
Church had returned to its home, its
"I feel that the church will be large
ly benefited in this field, and much
of the credit is due Rev. Mr. Calder,
the pastor," said Mr. McDougall, "for
the acquisition of this property. No
progress was made &t the Ladd Addi
tion location, but I am sure you can
go forward here. You 'have a manse
and comfortable church, and a good
Mr. McDougall declared that about
JuO extra expense had been incurred.
A request was made for $700. and the
audience responded with subscriptions
totaling $914. A praise service was con
ducted at 2 F. M- and this was fol
lowed by a laymen's meeting, with
addresses by T. S. McDaniel, A. V. Fle
gel and others. Rev. Frank Loveland,
of the First Church, brought the greet
ings of Portland Methodist pastors to
Trinity Church in its new field, and
he expresed the hope and conviction
that Trinity would prosper under the
new conditions. Last night Rev. D. A.
Waters occupied the pulpit.
Trinity Church was organized and
located at East Grant and East Tenth
streets something over 22 years ago;
Five years ago the idea of. moving
into Ladd's Addition was adopted. The
property was contracted to be sold for
$5700 and a site was procured on Hem
lock street, in Ladd s Addition, with
the intention " of erecting a $25,000
church. Only "the manse was erected
and services were held in it until the
Ijtdd's Addition property was ex
changed for the new church and manse,
Trinity, paying .900 additional. The
"IT NEVER Is CRABS"
PORTLAND, OREG., MULT. CO., MAY 25. 1914.
stout steamer Breakwater, which
carries people and other com
modities between Portland and
Coos Bay, is a great student of
European politics and writes
poetry on the side.
Al's Hard Luck.
At Lundborit, chief clerk of
the Benson Hotel, rode the rods
in his early youth, and wa
ditched at a water tank in Mon
tana. It was the only place for
0 miles that you could get a
A Pernicious Peccadillo.
F. Myers. Portlands P. M.,
does not drink, smoke, chew or
swear. His only email vice is
said to be pernicious political
h never trod
Brother Bill's Big Vision.
W. Catena, juvenile judge. Is
a member of several lodges, but
believes in the brotherhood of
man, for all that.
George Is Some Scewler.
G. Baker, theatrical magnate,
was once a City Councilman.
He is also noted for the
strength of his voice and his
terrible scowl when making a
Nifty News From
Mrs. Buela Ban rock, of Lib
eral, let the can opener slip and
cut herself In the pantry.
George Scram 1 in, of Macks
burg, spent a week in town last
bat. aft., waiting for the score.
The best postoffice In town is
kitty-cornered from Robbina
Molalla Is putting on more air
than a windy day since we got
the r. r.
Pi Wright went to Chase's
mill last week for lumber for
a new chicken coop---hen bun
galow, he calls it.
There is some talk of a pot
tery locating here. Molalla not
only has the clay, but the sand
and some of us have been pot?
tering around here for quite a
C. U. AGES'.
Med ford Megrims.
Toggery Bill last night admit
ted that he was the best fish
erman in So. Oreg.
Jesse Houck manages to keep
cool these days, for all the hot
air that you hear about a rail
road to the coast. Jesse runs au
W. Quizenberry, who used to
be an actor and who once run
for office, has settled down to
agricultural pursuits. He is cul
tivating grape Juice thirst.
There was grand opera at the
Page Theater election night.
There was a large audience of
artiMs and critics.
This us d to be the home of
- Bud Anderson. BOSC.
E ugeno lugen Jcr.
Allen Eaton is running for -the
Legislature from force of habit.
M. Vernon Parsons, one of our
A Poetio Mariner,
Capt. T. J. Macgenn, of the
OAK OP inK nOIGH fllDKItS.
furniture was moved last week. In
cluding the large organ. It is planned
to repaint and refit the entire prop
erty. Rev. C A. Calder is the pas
tor. The new home was built by the
United Evangelical Church and it was
afterward purchased by the Latter Day
Saints. The Latter Day Saints occu
pied the Ladd's Addition property yes
terday and will continue until the.com
pletion of the new edifice the church
will eect on East Harrison and East
BRIGHT CITY FUTURE TOLD
Panama Canal and San Francisco
Fair Loom Big, Says Ir. Stanley.
"Soon after the Panama bridge' is
opened to the world the financial cen
ter of the universe will be transferred
automatically to some great city on
the Pacific Coast, and well may it be
Portland," declared Dr. F. J. Stan
ley, of New York, in his talk before
men at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday on
"The Supremacy of the Pacific." "It
is for you to "decide now. for you to
lay the foundations," he continued.
"The Panama Canal will become the
center of the world's activity, the the
ater of the universe for at least the
next 25 or 30 years. We now will be
brothers with all other nations, united
intellectually, morally, religiously.
- "Another great event that will focus
the attention of the world upon the
Pacific Coast is the coming Exposition
at San Francisco, where many of the
great nations of the world will have
exhibits. Because of the potentiality
of the canal opening, which it cele
brates, that great fair will outrank
the famous Chicago Exposition and
all of the international exhibits of
Dr. Stanley referred to the Portland
Y. M. C. A. as one of the leading as
sociations in activity among the hun
dreds he has visited during his tour of
His plea for the adoption of the Bi
ble as a textbook in the public schools
SALEM CASE IS DISMISSED
Charges Against Graham' P. Taber,
of Capital Journal, Withdrawn.
SALEM. Or., J.7ay 14. (Special.)
District Attorney Ringo announced to
day that the warrant charging Graham
P. Taber. business manager of the Capi
tal Journal, with embezzlement, had
been dismissed. The warrant was
sworn out by L. S. Barnes, part owner
of the paper, who charged that Mr.
Taber took about $1100 nut of the busi
ness. Mr. Ringo said that the differ
ences of the partners had been adjusted
and that there was no reason for prose
cuting Mr. Taber.
Mr. Taber and his friends say that he
was innocent of any wrong-doing and
that the trouble was due to a misun
derstanding between him and M
Troieslants of th. United sret ;:aYe $lti
S3S.000 to lorsiia nilsitiuaa in 12XZ.
If yon don't see It
in The Crawfish,
we didn't set it.
prominent and prosperous farm
ers, who practices law for di
version. Is again out after th
trusts as & cau-didate for the
The Radiators have decided to
dazzle the multitude at the
Portland Rose Festival. Not only
will they be there themselves,
resplendent in new uniforms,
but they will be accompanied by
dozens of Eugene's prettiest girls
who. under the leadership of
Prof. Hug, will take part in the
parades and show the gaping
thousands what Lane Co. pro
duces when it comes to beauty.
Prof. Hug was not selected be
cause of hi name, but in spite
of it. RADIUM.
HILLSBORO, May 22. (Spe
cial to the Crawfish.) Mr. Al
Long, who prints the paper, is
taking ice cream on ' subscrip
Mr. Tip Goodln, who brought
White Orpington hens into
Washington County, is raising
ducks this season. lie prays
Mr. Ed Shuts Is bjiying lub
ricating oil for Ms hay baler.
Mr. H, D. Drtesbach's dry
row, down by Orenco. was com
ing home by the Sopor farm
Thursday when she saw a sassy
cat in the road and hooked It.
1 1 wasn't a cat at all and she
was mistook. H. D. don't let
her come home now and has
bought a sprayer and stuff tor
Our suburb, Orenco, Is send
ing all her eggs to the Port
land public market.
P. S. She hires a man to
watch the basket.
Press Is Stopped.
We stop the press to announce
that J. A. Currey says the forth
coming Rose Festival will be the
best ever. C. C, Colt also au
thorlzes The Crawfish to .say
that it will be some show. Every
one is invited to come. There
will be room, roses and refresh'
meats for all who visit our fair
city during the fiesta.
Farmer and Editor Attacked,
Last Tuesday, which was cir
cus day. Bill Cuddy, farmer and
editor of our Thurs. A. M. con
temp.. The Weekly Oregonian.
was the object of a savage at
tack by a brazen female. As he
entered the big circus tent on
Looie Goldsmith 9 lot. a right
smart-looking woman, all dressed
up like a theater actress, stopped
mm and asKea wnere tne i
served seats were. Seeing as
Bill is a gentleman and notably
polite, lie bowed low and point
ed out an usher, but the im
modest hussv called him uncle
and pet names and threw her
arms around him with consider
able violence. Bill freed him
self after a struggle, but he was
all flustered up. It being right
before an tnose people, it xsui
knew who she was. he would
have the law on her. he having
been taken to the circus by two
landchildren who exaggerated
he Incident considerably when
they got home.
P. S. BUI Cuddy is an up
right and respectable- farmer
and editor and we believe his
version (which we print) of
this unfortunate affair is th
truth, or nearly so.
N. B. Since writing the
above lines we learn the lady
who attacked Bill was a man
in disguise and was one of those
circus fofks, and some of our
other fellow townsmen wr also
victims. Howsomever,' we think
tuch carryings on are disgrace-
T. Arnsley Botts, the young
nd talen ted M ul t . Co. poet, is
hereby tendered The Crawfish's
siiicerest apology over the loss of
hit. nome on Snrina: " We have
been trying to print this gem for
litres weens now, nut our rea
ers are doomed to disappoint
ment, for our gentlemanly fore
man, Mr. D. Koulkes, tells m
.tlat the type for the pome was
nied by Bismarck, the office cat,
In an endeavor to swat a fly.
The copy for the pome Is also
lost, kii passant ir rencnj it is
not every printing office that
has a gentlemanly foreman, or
a cat that is as intellectual
Bis. In. Mr. Botta is cordially
invited to send us some more of
his suffusions. In the words of
another poet, we would remind
"The world Is so full of a num
ber of things.
I'm sure we all should be as
happy as Kings."
PAIN NOT SENT BY GOD
HCM.IX SVFFEHISG ODE TO LAW
VIOLATION. SAYS PASTOK.
Popular View That laflictlon of Ca
lamitjr and Death Work of Creator
Druird by Kcv. D. II. Trimble.
That the penalties of human kind
come as a result of laws violated
and that God does not inflict punish
ment arbitrarily upon the race as
parent docs on an ill-behaved child,
were two of the assertions made by
Rev. Delmar E. Trimble in his sermon
on the "Why of Suffering" at the Cen
tenary Methodist Episcopal Church
The women of the Benjamin Butler
Post of the "Women's Relief Corps were
present in a body.
"There is a popular fallacy that God
inflicts pain, suffering, calamity and
death arbitrarily upon the human
race," hex said. "This impression is a
"Two worlds only are posaible a
world ruled by law and order and
haphazard, topsy-turvy world, where
given causes do not bring the same
effect, where a given substance has
one weight today and another tomor
row. "We must have ft world that pro
ceeds according to uniform laws and
on whose forces we may absolutely
rely. In that sort of a world, if we,
through violation of its laws, suffer
or die, we must not censure the Crea
"The chief purpose of God is moral
and spiritual rather than physical and
natural. He subserves the natural
and the physical to the moral and the
"The physical creation was for a
moral purpose and its maintenance is
for a moral purpose. The one un
changeable fact in all God'a proceed
ings is the moral purpose to which
"All suffering, calamity and tragedy
may be understood in its relation to
the climb of the race to the summit
on which God stands. Law has thus
been the schoolmaster leading us into
the .presence of God."
PENDLETON WOOL IS SOLD
Barnhart Clip of 65.000 Pounds
Brings 17 and 17 3-6 Cents.
PEXPLKTON, Or., May 24. iSpe
c.ial.) The laet of Umatilla County's
large wool clips was sold this morn
ing. It was the Barnhart clip of the
J. K. Smith Company and comprised
The "coarse" wool brought 174 cents
and the fine 17 cents. As the "coarse"
averaecd 10 pounds per fleece and the
tiue 12 cents the price per fleece was
p.reUc.aUy identical, l.J 4.
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MONTANA AaSAY OFFICE Laoomlory
and ore-teatmg works. 14a H at.
. R. GREENFISLD Ganeral practice. ab
stracts. contracts, collaterals, etc. consul,
tation free; new offices. 707. 708. 70S SeU
ingbldg. Main 4UU3. Open evenloga.
WM. M. LA FORCE.
Counsellor-at-law. 20 Failing Bldg.
CARPENTER-JOBBER, Waah. and Burnside
sts. Alain 4413. fnces reasunaote.
NORTHWEST RUG CO. Rugs from old car-
peta, raj rugs. is itaat sin, win pnonea.
William. Estelle and William. Jr., peveney.
ina only acieniuic cniropuaieta in tne city.
Parlors. 302 tierlinger bids.. H. W. corner
lla and Alder. Phone Main 1S01.
DR. FLETCHER, aseptio chiropodist and
toot specialist, treats ail ilia ol tna loot
without pain; 24 years' experience; lady
assistant. 3Q6 A I inky bldg. Main 8782.
Dl. and Mrs. Fletcher, uainless chiropodists.
over the Haselwood. Main 8713, A S129.
CHIROPODY and pedicuring. Mrs. M. D.
Hill. Offices Fliedner bldg. Main 8472.
DR. M'MAHON", 121 4th and 70 Williams
ave. i wo onices; laay attendants; is ad
justments, J10. Main 205, East 6b2S.
CLEANING AND PRESS1NU.
DRESS tiUlTS for rent; we press one suit
eaca ween tor si. do per montft.
UNIQUE TAILORING CO..
808 Stark at., bet. 5th and 6th. Maln'514.
tOAL AND WOOD.
KNIGHT coal has no equal; a clean, hard.
qulck-nring. long-enduring Utah coaL Al
bina Fuel Co., sole agents.
Accounts, notes, judgments collected. "Adopt
c.nn. mcuiuua. cjiori Adjustment Co.,
S28 ?f. W. Bank bldg. Main 874.
NETH & CO., Worcester bldg. Main lluu.
io collections, no charge.
DR. A. W. KEENE. Majestic Theater b.fle
sel'A Washington at. Manshall 1205.
. ACRinrLTlRAI. IMPLEMENTS.
M. Wade & Co.. a22-36 Hawthorne ave.
AKCHITECTIKAI. IKK IRON WORKS
""o v u e i iron WKa., 2d and Columbia
ALTO AXD BlutiV TOPS.
ui-BUlUl.l.te BUUUY TOP CO.. 200 3d at.
ALTOnnmi ti ki-pbt .-
BALI.OU & WRIGHT. 7tu and Oak sis.
AWNINtiS, TENTS AND bAILS.
PACIFIC TENT k. AW.N. CO.,l3 (Tilt at.
BAUUAGJ3 CHECKED AT UOMK.
Baggage & Omnious Transfer. Park Se Uavis.
SVV.1;?'8! MOTOKCVCLKs A SlTrUEai
BAI.LUU & WR1UHT. 7th and OaH sts!
Royal Bakery A lonl.. Inc.. 11th and Everett
BREWERS AND BOTTLERS
HENRY WEI.NHARP. lgTh and I Bu-llo.
I ruILAD CARRIAGE WK3.
BODIES. WHEELS SPR1NUS
108 North Fourth Street.
CAM ABA BARK AND (.RAPE ROOT.
KAH.V BROS.. 191 FRONT ST.
CEMENT. LIME AND PLASTER.
F. T. CROWE CO.. 45 Fourth Street.
COFFEES. TEAS AND SPICES.
CLOSfET & riBVEflS. 1-11 N. Front Sl.
FI.RISCIIN'KR-MAYER St CO.. 20T Ash
Etubba Electric Co.. 1Kb. aud Vina sta
GOD HEIPS those; ayho help
THEMSKLVES, PASTOR'S THEORY.
Res-. R. N. HcUaa Saya Maker Lons
Vprlajht Pojitnre of Man and Gave
Htm Feet to Stand On.
"God lovoe the upright posture of a
man. He made him with two leet and
he wants him to stand upon them."
said Rev. Robert N. McLean, pastor
of Anabel Presbyterian Church, in his
sermon yesterday mominsr.
'We have had too much meekness
that was nothing but weakness. There
is a common belief that we should be
In the presence of the Almigrhty upon
our faces, or at least upon our knees.
Knees or feet, the chance for piety
is about equal; but God wants no
sniveling in his presence. Get on your
knees if you are in danger of forget
ting the majesty of God; but stand' on
your feet, rather, if you are in danger
of forjrettlng the dignity of a man.
"In temptation, - we should stand in
the upright posture of a man. He
who has fallen, and is convinced that
he has no power to conquer the evil
within him. is rigrht about it; he hasn't.
SNIVELING IS DECRIED
Portland's Building Directory
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
BAIN'. JAMES R. Marshall 1444 :'..)!
DBMIWat, RALPH R. Main 15J0. .SJ1-5J1
ANDERSON BUNGALOWS. Mar. 393?.. 32S
ANDERSON BUNGALOWS. Mar. 3937.
VINCENT, S. D. it CO. Main 1634 (!
Real Katate. .
KEASET. DORR K. A CO. Main 2189.. 232
STOUT INVESTMENT CO. Him 5U'..J3
Board of Trade Building
BEACH. SIMON Al NELboM. Main 3128.. TO
Brokers, Storks, Bonds auacl Grata.
OVEKBECK A COOSB CO..
A iill. Mala 394.2 1-Jl
BARRETT BROS.. Main 49a Xti
WALLER. fRA.K 1., Mam S293 lOlS
Bonds. Stocks. Grata and Cotton.
WILSON. J. C. A CO. A 4187. Mar. Ssoa
Bnlldera and Real Estatav
Sl'llUERa. W. J. Maraball STal aXS-304
LUCIUS. W. W. MarabalUIl Sla-217
SAWYER, HAROLD M., Marshall 2881.. 8UJ
KILE. G. A.. Marshall 4 HI 718
BAIX. JOHN, A 7442. Maliv-o021 S07
BAT CITY LAS0 CO.. M. 1118...
fcElTZ, W. H. A CO.. Main 6i84 .
K.OLLE. DR. D. W. M.41S3. A 7S8S. .70V7:
Fablto Ctllltj Bpwinllnt
FOSUAT. WILBUR B. Mala 6278 1014
O'BRIEN. MARIS A
Ut P. FALMER-OWo CO, M, 8
air. and Mrs. Heath'a School. 10 2d at, bet.
Wash, and Stark and Alisky bldg., 3d and
Morrison ets. Lessons daily; waltz and
two-step guaranteed in 4 lessons; classes
Mon. and Fri. eves..' S to 10, and 109 2d sl
EYE. EAR. NOSE AND THROAT.
Treatments by specialist, glasses fitted. Dr.
F. F. Casseday. 517 Jekum ul.. Sd Ac Wash.
MOTORS, generators ' bought, sold, rented
and repaired. We 4o all kinds of repair
ing and rewinding, i ail work guaranteed.
H. M. H. Electric Co.. HI First U Morto.
Phone Main UXiO. t
WE BUY, aeil, rent and, exchange new and
. secoud-hand .motors, repair work a spa-
clalty. Western Electric Works. 213 6th.
FOCNDRY A4 MACHINE WORKS.
PHOENIX lion Works. East 3d and Haw-
thorne. General machine and foundry work
KODAKS and ALL SUPPLIES; Developing,
printing and ' enlurini;. PIKE ds MAilK.
HAM CO.. 346 Washington St.-
Engines, boilers, sawmills bought, sold and
exchanged. Uhe J. E. Martin co., Portland.
HASTY MESSENGER CO., motorcycles and
bicycles. Phone Main 63, A 21o2.
EM1L THlliLHORN, violin teacher; pupil
Sevcilt. 20T Fliedner bldg. A 4 tall, Mar.
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS. S '
DR. PHILLIPS, specialist in paralysis, ner
voua chronlo diseases. d04 Oregonian bldg.
V .yV'V jpair of gh
a ass nt your
. A FIGHT on high prlcea
ay s to S1U lor a
glasses when 1 can
r eyea with nrst-
quality lenses, gold-lilled frames, as low
as $1.60? Ooodiuan, lul Morrison sU, near
bridge. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Dr. R. B. Korthrup. ttOS Morgan bldg., oor.
Broadway and Wasbingtou sis. Offtcs
phone Main 340; residence. East 1028.
1032 Chamber of Commerce, Portland,
PETER HABELIN, .
200 Victor Blcig., Washington, D. C.
PATENTS procured by J. K. Mock, late ot
V. s. Patent Office, 1010 B. of T. bldg.
R. C. WRIGHT 22 years' practice TJ.
and foreign patents, soo Dekum bldg.
T. J. GEISLER, Atty-at-Law. 503 Henry
W'm. C. chmitt. Eng. and Draftsman.
PORTLAND WOOD PIPE CO. Factory and
office neartg4th and York sta. Main 3489. J
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURERS
FISH,. OlSTi-RH AND ICE.
MALARKEV i CO.. luc, li'J Front et.
Albers Bros. MilUns Oo., Front and Marshall.
H. M. HOL'tiBR,' Board of Trade bliig.
CO.. -& 4th
HA IK. GOODS.
DIAMOND- HAUi WORKS
WHOLESALE-, 30K-4 PANAMA BLDG.
PORTLAND HAIIt UOOD3 CO..
WHOLESALE ONLY. Ill DEKCM BLDli
HATS AND. CAPS.
THANKAU8M HAT CO.. S3-SS Front at.
J. H. Kloftorman Co.. leading- hay dealers.
HIDES, PELTS, WOOL AND JTUKS.
KAHX BROS.. 101 Front at.
IBON WORKS. "
PACIFIC IRON WORK?.
Ksal (nd of Burnside bridge.
STEEL STRUCTI RAL PLANT.
I ALL ARCHITECTURAL IROX.
STL'EI. BRIDGES ROOK TP.USSES
carry complete istock o
STE12L. BEAMS. ANGLES.
.EATIIKR AND SHOE STORE SlPPl-IEs
-HAS. L. MASTICK & CO.. 74 From; iei:iv
of every description, taps, mfg. find i
'. B. MALLOKV.et CO.. ai Pine St.
The best place to get up is where you
fell, down; the best enemy to fight
is the one who has beaten you, and
the. best weapon to Jigrht with is the
one broken in your hand, stand upon
your feet after you have fallen, and
God will speak to you of greater power.
"There are discouraged men who
could make good, if they would as
sume the upright posture of a man.
Divine help is usually let down to
within about two yards of the earth,
and only he can reach it who stands
in the upright posture of a man."
FIRST-HAND BELIEF URGED
Kev. 1 IJ. Findley declares PUute
"Junk Dealer" In Religion.
"Of what avail is 2000 years of
Christian world, rumor and talk,' of
world pictures and puems, of sermons
and songs about Jesus if we miss the
Christ of experience?" asked Rev. Frank
L. Findley in his sermon on "Second
Hand Religion" at the First United
Presbyterian Churcn last night.
"'Art thou the King of the Jews?'
asked Pilate of Jesus, and for answer
he got this reply: 'Do you say this on
your own responsibility, your own con
viction and experience or simply be
cause a lot of other folks have tola
"All of Pilot's knowledge of Jesus
was based on dotmnieffts, parchments,
u 3 i2 2 M. 4 TV: -1
If s il'
" T a ,Z
, -a .-a
COHN. JCLilis Mnln 31ll. T2i..
GRAHAM. 6IDNET J. Main S. .1111-11 JJ
JOHNS. CHAS. a. Main .luj-13u
KIMBALL. HENHT Mar. C3U..... .iii
MALAHKET. SEABROOK A
DIBBLE. Main 1301. A 521. . .lSOO-t.lOS
PARKER. bHIRLEV D. Main 423 1034
H1DDELL H. H. Main iH-ii S23
6TOTT tt COLLIER. Marshall 5078. .ftOB-oiO
E1NNEY. M. J. Marshall 6614 ....Jli
M'CREDIK BILLIARDS. ..... .8aeond rioar
C ALLAN 3: KASER. Mala 1S33 72Z-724
MTARLAND, FRANK. REALTY CO...SC
METCALF. LTI.E Marshall 2433 31
RAINEY. J. O. Marshall 3177 13'4
U. S. MORTGAGE A INV. CO ...Sis
IVASSUKsS. GEO. JK ..SO
SLAUSON. A. B. Main 8444 lull
M'KAUGHTON. AO.NtS V AKSON8.M.4469 t04
Kodak a, Opticiaaa.
COLUMBIAN OPT-L CO.. Mar. 619. .Gd :;r
N AU. FRANK. Main 721. A SI21... Od fir
HOLT, E. U, PIANO CO.. VI, Wi SV7-
DON.T throw your old plumes
away; ws are en per ts in feather
oyeing. cleaning and reiuoac.
iug, mounting birts of paradise
m specialty. "THE PLUJusV
2. Morsan bids. Main 41MW.
sAVti luuiitiy on your pritiiiu: liv U
lieu, Mt m. cuuuy oi'tlee and ftt th ad
tums of s xp4na.v oonauioaa. t-t-date
ofiitje. good workmen; g;ur&ntj4i
work. Let us furnish you an estimat. oti
S our neat Tlie-Crlterion, lsetanou, Of,
RV BBK.it tTAMW, SEALS, BKA3 SIGNSL
PACIFIC COAST STAMP WORKS.
S81 Wash, at. Vnoue Vlwu 710 aud A 2Tlt.
gKVIXG MAC HL KS,
St: WIN Li iow.cLtk.ua. new, -0 up; used, niv-
cxuo.es up; ten tint: ana repairing, alum
Isewiat dduue Ivutpuriusu. 100 aid,
jct Yamhill and. Tay lor, 1
SfiWIXG Machine Exchange; new and ua4
macnine rrom a up; rents ana repairing,
-ol Yamhill, bet. 2d aud ad. Min ii.
SHOWCASE. BANK STORE FIXTURES.
MARSHALL, MFli. CO., loth and Flanders
New and old window display and cakunet
FUR reasonable prices Veicjn Fixtures
& Showcase Co., o N. 30th U
STORAGE ANU TRANSFER.
PORTLAND Van & Siorajj Co.. cor. loth
and Kearney ts.. June completed new Are
proof warenouce for household effects,
pianos and automobiles; contains separate
tire and vermin-proof rooms, stearn -heated
piano-room, trunk and rug vault a
trackage for carload shipments, vana for
moving; reduced ireight rates on house
hold f;ooda to and from East in througa
cars. Main 5H40. all departments.
O- PICK Transfer & Storage Co. Offices
and commodious 4-story brick warehouse
separata iron rooms and tireproof vauivs
for valuables, N. W. cor. 2d and Vine at.
Pianos and furniture moved aud packed
for shipment; special rated made on goods
in our through cars to all doiuestio uu
foreign porta. Ma lit 55, A 2wti.
OLSliN-KOB TRANSFER. CO.
New fireproof warehouse with separate
rooms. . We move aud pack household
foods and pianos and ship at reduced
rates. Auto vans and teams for moving.
Forwarding" and distributing agents. Free
trackage.. Office and warehouse, loth and
Hoyt tits, Muu &47, A -17.
Manning- Warehoube & Transfer Co.,
ItUh. and Everett fits., on terminal track
General transfer and forwarding agent
We operate the only exclusive march an -dlse
warehouse in city. Main 70S, A i2t.
OREGON TRANSFER CO., 474 C.tsan tt..
cor. 18th. Telephone Main t or A lltf'-JL
We own and operate two large olsusa "A
warehouses on terminal tracks. Lowest
insurance rates in the city.
MADISON-ST. DOCK. AND WARlvHOUSIO--Office,
1S6 Madison ; general merchandise,
furniture and machinery morale; trunsl-t
and forwarding agents. Phone Main 76ll
;MKN,'S AND WOMKN'S N EC K WE A iC
Columbia NeeKwear Mf3. Co.. K3 tilth St.
BRADFHAW BKUS., .Morrison and Tth sis.
ORNAMENTAL IRON AND WIRE.
Portland Wire & Iron Wits., ad and Columbia.
t,,....PA,NTS Aliu WALL PAPER,
PIONEER PAINT CO.. 1SB First t.
W. P. FULLER fc CO.. 12th and Davis. '
PIPE. PIPE FITTINGS AND VALVES.
M. L. KLINE, 84-88 Front at.
PLl'MBINO AND STEAM. SUPPLIES.
M. L. KLlNfc. st-ss Front at.
PRINTEIS AND PUBLISHERS.
W. BALTLS & CO.. 1st and oak sts
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
EVERDINU A FARRELL. HO Front at.
ROPE AND BLNDEK TWINE.
Portland Cordage Co.. 14th and Nurtnrup
SAND AND GKAVElZ '
COLUMBIA DIGGEU CO.. foot ot Ankcny.
SASH. DOORS AND GLASS
W. P. FULLER a; CO.. 12th and Davis.
PORTLAND Iron Works. Hrh and Northrua
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES
Ql.UMBIA SUPPLY CO.. iS Front ft.
MORGAN WALL PAPER CO.. 30 Sd at.
WHOLESALE JEWELERS OPTICIANS.
L I I KHFIELD BI'.US.. MOHAWK BLtii..
" WIRE AND IRON WORKS.
Portland Wire Iron Wks.. 2d aud Colurabl.
public rumor and gossip. Nothing ex
perimental, clean cut or positive. Pilot
was a second-hand junk dealer- when
it came to matters of Christian faltli
"And there are others; this shop' i.
dusty and musty with the dried-up tra
ditions and world gossip of centuries
departed. They have tried out nothing,
nothing have they proved, nothing lo
they know in the depths of their soul.
"Let others wrangle and debate over
the theories and. the speculations and
the traditions, but let us hasten Into
that real radiant never-to-be-forgotten
experience of Jesus Christ as the sov
ereign leader and master ot human
Color photography on paper has at las
been acconiplislid and ia boinsr done dailv
in New London. This new process, wliicn
is the polychromlde system of phoiog-raphv
in natural colors, is the invention ot Aaron
Hamburger anl Herbert K. Crton.
CARD PARTT AND DANCE 1i
Biven by Anchor Council. Knights an.i
Ladies of Security. Monday evening. May
Good music and prizes. Manchester Hall.
SaVa 5th st. o':30 sharp. AdmUsioa 15c
WILLAMETTE LODGE. NO. i.
A. F. AND A. M. Special cotnp
municatlon this Jondayl even
ing; at 7:50 o'cl.v k. Work in 1".
C. degree. Visitliic brethren wel
come, xv. s. WEEKS. Sec.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3 11.
A. K. AND A. Al. Sperlal ro"i:-tnunii-ation
tills Monday) cn
ing at 7:-0 o'cloi.-k. Work in t::n
M. M. degree. Visiting brethren '
welcome, w. M. UJL3 LIN. bee.
MARTHA WASHINGTON CHAP
TER. NO. 14. O. IS. S. Stated men
Ins this (Monday) evening. East 8tli
and Burnside. portal, order W. M.
BELLK RICHMOND. &eo. .
Notice special meeting Local 76. Monday
evening. May 2&. 1S14. hall 501. Allcky
building. L. A. WHEELER. President.
AUUTIOX 8ALE TODAY.
At residence. 258 11th St., near Main sl.
Furniture, etc. Sale at 10 A. M. liea Baker
A Co.. auctioneers.
At - P. M.. at 830 Marshall street: eot!v
mahogany and bidrseye maplu f urrilshinss Qf
private resiaenue. Dale at - r. M. u. l.
Ford Auction House, "11 lau Furnlturt.
carpets, etc sale at a P. M.
At Wilson's Auction Houss. at lo A. M-
Fwrn.tnie. ltf-A First St.
MESERVET In this city. May ;4. 1SH. at
his late residence, 4U-, East Seventh street.
Samuel Weservey, ajed 75 years, months
and 13 days. Deceased Is survived by
h la widow, Mrs. Caroline Meservey, one
son, also four daughters. Pearl, Elsie
and Maud, of this city, and Mrs. Grover
S. Sexton, of Chicago, 111. He was a
member, of Lysander R. Cutler Post No.
65. G. A. R.. Wassua. Wis. Remains at
the parlors of ths Skawea Undertaking
Company, corner Third and Clay streets
Funeral notice later.
BRBNNEN In thia city. May 14. 114. at
Sc. Vincent'a- Hospital, Rebecca J. Bren
nen. aged 62 years, 4 mouths and $ days
She is survived by three daughtans, Mrs.
C. E. Munro, of thia city; Mra. S. W. Leo,
San Franciaco. Cal., and Mis. C. B. Fletch
er of Schenectady, N. Y. Remains at the
Parlora of the Skewea Undertaking Com
pany, corner Third and Clay atresta. No
tice of funeral latar.
DAWSON May 54. at 6:1 Webster atreet,
Thomaa Dawson, aged 31 years, beloved
h'isband of Mrs. Alice May Dawson.' Fu
neral announcement later. Remains at
A. R. Zeller Company'a parlora until 3:3"
P. M. today, afterwUlch they will ba at
ELLIOTT In thia city. May SL George D.
Elliott, aged 48 years. The remains wiil
be forwarded today (Monday) by J. p.
Flnley A Son to Jefferson. Or., where
the funeral aervlces will be heJd and In
terment made In the family plot.
HOLM SCOTT FAU.
CentmiDtBff S3 5 Amm.
Portland' Only Modem
BefinMi, Plrat-inB; A?rr.e.
CeniD.et Perfect Ramnimt-nt.