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THE MORNING OREGOXIAN", SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1923
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Health of Mind Held Man
WORLD REFORM POSSIBLE
Bicknell Young, Christian Scien
tist, Pleads for Exercise ot '
, Faculty That Exalts.
"Christian Science reveals the fact
that thought governs or misgoverns
mankind, as the case may be, in
cluding the body, and that as we
nnnrnarh and attain the divine
standard, the health and safety of
the body are proportionately se
cure," declared Bicknell Young,
member of the board of lectureship
of the mother church, Ihe' First
Church of Christ, Scientist, in Bos
ton, Mass., who lectured last night
in the auditorium on "Christian
Science, the Science of True Living."
Mr. Young, whose home is in Chi
cago, was formerly first reader in
the mother church. '
"I come here tonight to speak
to you on a science which rests
upon the fundamental facts of being
and which in the measure that it is
understood is capable of .improving,
and even of transforming, the life
of every man, woman and child,"
said Mr. Young. "Because it can
do this it follows -that it can aTso
reform the world, and I am' pre
pared to show that It will do so.
Just as fast as you and the rest of
mankind understand and adopt it.
Thought Highest Function.
"If we are living at all (and we
. are), if there be any action, energy,
opportunity, availability, originality
or volition; if men and women exist
at all. and can think or do anything
at all, then there is a science for
all this, and it is commensurate with
all that may be required' of it.
"We have been taught to look out
for our material needs, and we
have been instructed in some of the
sciences which are supposed to- aid
us in administering to those needs,
but our thinking, which is the most
important thing we ever do, has
had no science to govern or exalt it,
but has been based upon and fos
tered by education which assumed
and inculcated the theory that mat
ter governs man. Christian Science
reveals the fact that thought gov
erns or misgoverns mankind, as the
case may be, including: ine Doay, ana
that as we approach- -and attain a
divine standard, the health and
safety of the body are proportion
Immediate Results Seen.
"Such work is not less scientific
than that of sciences which have
to do with material phenomena. In
fact, to investigate and understand
thoughts and their nature and law
is the highest kind of scientifio re
search, and is the most interesting
and instructive of all Btudies. Be
sides this, there are immediate re
sults, visibie and practical,, to be
attained by such a course. They
are often acknowledged by the gen
eral public, who do not hesitate to
say that Christian Scientists are a
happy and healthy class of people.
In mentioning this 1 am not claim
ing that all that can be desired in
these directions . has been accom
plished, but at any rate, thousands
of people who are alive and well to
day testify that they were saved
from death and their health re
stored through Christian Science.
"To the old way of thinking it
seems incredible that materially in
tangible facts should have actual
value and influence. Yet the founder
of the Christian religion proved be
yond all question that diseases
even of the most fatal -nature could
be absolutely healed by the power
of the .understanding. ,
Power to Heal Divine.
"He taught, however, that such
power can only be available to men
in proportion to their righteousness.
their Tightness in every way. He
knew and declared that the power;'.
to heal is wholly from -God, the di
vine mind, and he said and showed
by his own works that this power
is natural to men and women in
the proportion of their understand
ing or enlightenment on , the true
nature of God and . his law.'
"The Bible is the original revela
tion of the immortal relationship
of God and man. Christian Science
makes this relationship understood,
and- in doing this it removes con
demnation and. establishes redemp
tion in its stead."
The Christian .Science church has
announced another lecture Thurs
day night, October 19, in the audi
torium. CANDIDATES ARE INVITED
Clackamas Pomona Grange AV111
Meet Next Wednesday.
OREGON CITT, Or., Oct. 6.-Spe-clal.)
Clackamas County Pomona
grange will meet with Central
grange at Beaver Creek next
Wednesday, when an all-day meet
ing will be held. Invitations have
been extended to Governor Olcott
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and Walter M. fierce, democratic
candidate for governor, to speak.
A dinner, for iwhich the women of
the grange are famous, will be
served at 12 o'clock. The evening
will be devoted to the degree work
and a programme. Mrs. Hoffman
of Portland, lecturer of Pomona
grange, is to have charge of the
PUPILS MAY BE BOARDED
Opinion Declares Transportation
or Food 3fay Be Provided.
SALEM. Or., Oct. 6. (Special.)
In case a school district has. sus
pended school, the district board
has authority, if it sees fit. to ar
range for the instruction of pupilfc
residing: in euch district .with any
adjoining or other district either
within or outside the state, and the
board of school directors has the
right to pay the tuition of such
This was the opinion given by
the attorneys-general here today at
the request of the state superin
tendent of public instruction.
The district school board also has
authority to transport the pupils to
and from the school district or to
pay th& board of such pupils.
PASTOR TO TAKE TRIP
Oregon City Minister to Preach
Before Corvallis Session.
OREGON CITY, Or., Oct. 6. (Spe
cial.) Rev. Caridoc Morgan, pastor
of the Congregational church of this
city, will lefcve fop- Corvallis to
morrow afternoon. Rev. Mr. Morgan
i-s chairman of the business com
mittee of the state conference of
the Congregational church. He will
deliver the pre-convention sermon
at the Corvallis Congregational
church Sunday morning.
Rev. Mr. Morgan will be absent
until Thursday. During his absence
from this city Rev. Herbert Crocker,
former pastor, and now of New
berg, will occupy his pulpit.'
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President of Council to Stand for
Another Term, Kecord Be
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C. A. Big'elow, commissioner of
public affairs, will be a candidate
for re-election at the municipal
election November 7, it became
known yesterday. Mr. Bigelow ob
tained nominating petitions from
City Auditor Funk and stated that
he would file them as soon as they
were filled out.
Commissioner Bigelow is the only
city commissioner who has had con
tinuous service on the council since
the inauguration of commission
form of government. He is presi
dent of the council and is in charge
of the firt bureau, the street-cleaning
department, the municipal gar
bage incinerator and the public
During his service on the council
Mr. Bigelow has made economy in
city expenditures his strong forte.
His policy at all times has been to
vote only for necessities.
He also has been a leader on the
council in moral issues, such as
wiping out gamoiing ana cara
rooms, revoking licenses for soft
drink establishments that did not
obey rh ordinances and state and
BEND HEARS MR. RILEY
East Is Coming West, Declares
Speaker at Banquet.
BEND, Or, Oct. S. (Special.)
The east is coming west, predicted
Frank Branch Riley tonight at the
banquet given by the Bend Commer
cial club in honor of the delegates to
the Oregon Irrigation congress at
De Luxe Sunday
12:30 Noon Tomorrow Direction
"Love's Bream," Waltz A. Czibulka
OI "Italians in geria," Overture G. Rossini
oalvatore oantaella , , weekday concert number
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the Elks' club. The easterner is not
coming of his own volition, however,
Mr. Riley emphasized. He must be
attracted, lured, almost dragged to
the west, but once here he can be
sold. Oregon scenery and forests
and the vast natural water power
resources will be the chief attrac
tions to-the easterner, he declared.
Mr. Riley portrayed the reaction of
the easterner to the story of the
west. His address was drawn chief-
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who will seek re-election.
ly from his experiences before hun
dreds of audiences throughout the
Alpha Delta Phi Luncheon Today.
The Alpha Delta Phi division of
the alumnae organization will hold
a luncheon at the Hazelwood res
taurant today at 1 P. M. All mem
bers have been urged to attend.
Phone your want ads to The
Oregonian. Main 7070.
SALMON RUN TO BE BIG
GOOD PTSHIXG IX COLUMBIA
XEXT 3 WEEKS FORECAST.
Rains Have Helped Trout An
gling Good Catches Are Re
ported Form St. Helens.
Reoorts from- Astoria say this
year's run of silverside salmon will
be one of the largest in. years. The
bay at Astoria is full of salmon,
which should make fishing in the
Columbia, and its tributaries good in
& couple of weeks.
The rains have helped trout fish
ing. Most of the streams were low,
but as - they rise fishing becomes
better. Jess Hammer and G. T.
Hunter got a fine mess of salmon
trout in Scappoose river a couploof
A party composed of Jack Her
man, ' J. T. Hunter and S. Hallock
landed several nice salmon trout at
St. Helens last Sunday. Orville Reed
and his two sons also caught a bas
ketful at the same place.
After a successful fishrng- trip
last Sunday at the mouth of the
Lewis river. Homer Harr'ngton,
Louis Larson and George Falk again
will try their luck tomorrow in the
Bame spot. They report many
schools of salmon trout, and ac
cording to Mr. Larson this week's
rains should make fishing in the
Lewis river still better.
John Budelman landed an 18-pound
silverside salmon in the Nestucca
last Sunday. Mr. Budelman was
accompanied by Dr. F. H. .Dam
masch. who also had good luck. Ray
Chaptn and Ivy Collins landed the
limit of salmon-trout Saturday and
Sunday in the Nestucca at Woods,
Or. Fine trolling is reported near
Gus Jones got 42 salmon trout
RatiiTdav and SnnilBv In the Twfa
'river. - Harry Mountain, S. E. Wal-
cott and I. W. Church landed the
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"Torch Dance" -. . .V. Thomas
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Clifford Ball got the limit of trout
at the mouth of the Kalama river.
meet soon to prepare for the season
instead of waiting until spring as
heretofore. The club will present
the biggest list of prizes it has ever
had, according to Walter Haggen
Starting Friday. October 37, the
Multnomah Anglers' club will
sume its regular monthly meetings.
The monthly casting tournaments
will be held by the club again, start
ing mxt month. They were bus
pended for a while because so many
members were out of the city on
LIQUOR MAKERS FLAYED
Mormons Bar Brewers, Purchas
ers and Drinkers.
SALT LAKE CITT. Utah. Oct
Whisky, cigarettes and those who
he said were deliberately vilifying
the Mormon church were flayed to
day by President Heber J. Grant at
the opening: of the 93d semi-annual
conference of the Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saint "Any
persons who drinks r makes or
sells or purchases whisky cannot
be a member of the Latter Day
Saints," he declared.
President Grant pleaded for law
enforcement. He said that Latter
Pay Saints should forget party al
liance and vote for only those men
who would uphold the law, includ
ing' the state anti-cigarette measure
and the national prohibition law.
General to Inspect Students.
WALLA WALLA, Wash.. Oct. S.
(Special.) Ma jor-General Charles
Morton, commanding officer of the
ninth corps area, will be in Walla
Walla the last of the month te In
spect the reserve officers' training
corps at the high school, according
to word received today. Approxi
mately 300 boys are enrolled in the
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