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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1923
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
City Editor. . Main 7070. 660-93
Sunday Kditor Main 700. obO-Ju
Advertising Dept. Main 0i0. Sbu-U;
Superintendent of Bldg. Main 0i0. 6bU-ua
HEII,IG (Broadway at Taylor) -The
musical comedy. "Take It from Me.
This afternoon and tonight. -
HIl'PODROME (Broadway at Yamhill)
Vaudeville and moving pictures con
tinuous dally. .1:15 to 11 P. M.
VANTAGES (Broaaway at Alder)
Vaudeville. Three shows dally, ...au. I
and K P. it
Chemistry Club Planned. Steps
toward the formation of a chem
itr finh Tpr taken by the stu
dents of chemistry at Reed college
in a meeting- yesterday. Frank
Hailing of Portland was elected
fhairman nro-tem arrd a committee
-.-.-.. anthnri7.pri to arrange for
nertnanent orKanization. As one of
' the items on its agenda the club will
make frequent trips through the
voT-inuo industrial Plants 01 fort
land to gain an insight into the
,.horr,i,-ai nroeesses used in these
plants. A trip was planned for to
day through the workings of the
Portland Gas company and through
the factory of the Rasmussen Paint
and Varnish company.
Restraining Order Extended.
Continuance of the restraining or
iAr against nicketine of the eort
manifest durine the recent railroad.
strike was issued yesterday by Fed
eral Judge Wolverton in the case
of the O.-W. R. & N. company versus
the. international Association of Ma
chinists. The court declined at the.
same time to vacate the recent or
der which imposed fines for con
tempt of court upon three Albina
shop pickets Robert Green, George
.Schwarmen and Martin Chuluk.
Green and Schwarman each were
fined $100 and sentenced to 60 days
in jail. Chuluk was fined 50 and
ordered to jail in default of pay
ment. Moonshine Is Capti'Red. Deputy
Sheriffs Beeman, Schirmer and
Talley swooped down upon a wash
boiler still at the home of C. Frakes.
near Ryan station, in the hills
southwest of Portland late yester
day and took him together with his
crude apparatus to the county jail
on the charge of illicit moonshin
ing. A gallon and one-half of his
product were obtained as evidence
against the operator. Several barrels
of mash were also found' on. the
place. Frakes is held in the county
jail in default of 250 bail.
Ex-L,eoion Chief Arrested. Cas
sius R. Peck, ex-commander of -the
Oregon department of the Amer
ican Legion, was arrested yesterday
sand haled before the district court
Tin a charge that he failed to stop
and render assistance after ram-
mlnsr into the automobile of J. M
Toomey, the complainant, who al
leges the collision between his car
and that of Mr. Peck took place last
August a. The ex-service man was
released on his own recognizance. .
Audubon Lecture Tonight. The
Oregon Audubon society will hold
its regular weekly meeting tonight
at 8 o'clock in library hall. lae
speaker will be Ira N. Gabrielson of
the United States biological survey
The subject will be "Some of the
Smaller Mammals of the Woods and
Fields." The lecture will be Illus
trated with colored pictures on the
screen The public is invited.
Deputy Sheriff Injured. Pete
Rexford, veteran deputy of the sher
iff's office limped in from Tillamook
yesterday with a badly wreuched
knee. The deputy brought a pris
oner for whom he was sent to the
coast town. While riding in a stage
he suffered the injury when the ve
hide came into collision with a five
ton truck near Wlllamina. None of
the other passengers of the stage
Two Killed, Number Seriously
Injured in 1252 traffic accidents
reported to police department
September. Why take a chance
when you can protect yourself, your
family and bank account against
such hazards by carrying accident
insurance? Let us teli you about it.
Phone Atwater 2391. W. R. McDon
aid Co., Insurance, Yeon bldg. -Adv.
Suit for Attorey's Fees Filed.
Hymen Cohen, recently tried in cir
cuit court and convicted on a charge
of having trafficked in stolen prop
erty, is being sued by H. E. Collier
and John Collier, attorneys, for $52J
the firm alleges is due for profes
sional services rendered. Suit to
collect this amount Was filed yes
terday. Home Burned, Only Half Insured.
If you had a fire tonight would
your insurance replace you'r prop
erty and personal effects? It is bet
ter to be insured than sorry. .Why
take a chance? For rates and fur
ther particulars phone Atwater
2391, W. R. McDonald Co.. Yeon
bldg. All kinds of insurance. Adv.
Divorce Suit Filed. Cruelty is
charged in a divorce suit filed in
circuit court yesterday by Manda
belle against Harry Pitzer. Grace
L. Schemock, in a suit filed against
Frank A. Schemock, charges deser
tion. Calvary Presbyterian Church,
Eleventh and Clay streets. Rev.
B. B. Sutcliffe will preach Sunday;
11 A. M., "The Necessity for the As
cension of Christ"; 3:30 P. M., "The
Power of Pauls Gospel," Gal. 5
and 6. Adv.
Church of Our Father (Unitar
ian., Broadway and Yamhill;' W. G.
Eliot Jr., minister. At 10:30 A. M..
"The Education of Children"; at 12
M., Professor Noble of Reed college
will address men's class on "The
Problems of the Near East." Adv.
Labor Council to Meet. The
labor defense council will hold a
public mass meeting Sun-day night
in the Alisky hall. Third arid Mor
rison streets, to protest the arrest
of workers because of -their ideas
and activity in the labor movement.
Judge Stafleton Incapacitated.
Circuit Judge Stapleton failed to ap
pear at the courthouse yesterday on
account of a badly swollen foot. The
judge denies he has the gout. Judge
Evans is acting as presiding judge
Siiipkerd Springs, open all year.
Carson. Wash. John E. Kelly, Mgr.,
Information call Bdwy. 6252. Adv.
Dr. Courtlnd L. Booth has opened
offices at 1021 Selling bldg. Main
Enlarged, diseased tonsils treated
without operation. Results perma
nent. Dr. Baker, East v535. Adv.
Plantation Inn. Chicken dinners.
entenaLiiiiicHi, aancing, orchestra
Base Line road. Adv.
Dr. Ralph Fenton returned. Jour
nal bldg. Main 40S3. Adv.
DR. R. J. Chipman has returned
Dr. H. F. Leonard has returned
Good Sight Inst., 306 AHsky bldg.
No glasses. Consultation free. Adv.
Dr. Northrup, osteopath, returned
DEDICATI0NT0 BE HELD
Strike of Hodcarriers Is Ignored
in Salvationists' Plans.
The dedication of their new cita
del and the ensuing convention of
Salvation Army jnembers from all
over the west will take place to-
morrow as planned, in spite of the
recent strike of hodcarriers em
ployed in completing the new struc
ture at Sixth and Ankeny streets,
was the statement of Colonel Turner
yesterday. Substitute workers have
been hired and a large number of
seats are being installed in expec
tation of the crowd that will assem
ble at 2 o'clock in the afternoon to
see the flag raising, to be presided
over by Mayor Baker.
Yesterday's meetings were open
to all army members and Commis
sioner Gifford was again the chief
speaker, explaining the plans for
future welfare work, especially in
this city, and pointing out how the
existing defects in the organization
may be remedied. A musical pro
gramme will be held today at No. 4
hall. 12Bhi First street. The pub
lis is invited.
SHOW TRIPLE HEADLINE
ORPHEUM FEATURE OPE3VS
AT HEILIG TOMORROW.
Three of Best-Known Acts in Big
Time Vaudeville to Open
The first triple-headline show of
the new season of Orpheum vaude
ville will open its limited Portland
engagement at the Heilig theater
Will M, Cressy, co-headHner at
Orpheum, beginning tomorrow.
with the matinee tomorrow, present
ing three of the best-known acts
in big-time entertainment.
The headlined numbers are Cressy
and Da.yne, famous for 22 years,
who offer "Without a Will There's
a Way"; Bill Bailey and Lynn
Cowan with Kstelle Davis in "The
Little Production," and Ivan Ban
koffi premier exponent of the Rus
sian dance, in a new and elaborate
dajiciog. arrangement titled "The
Dancing Master." "
The same bill is augmented by
the appearance of Bevan and Flint in
"A Slight Interruption," as an extra
added attraction. Other acts of the
new Orpheum show are "Chop
Stewy.' a comedy skit presented by
Simpson and Earl; a Parisian nov
elty act offered by Koroli brothers.
and "Art Impressions" as inter
preted by Bessye Clifford.
Cressy. and Dayne, it is said, have
the best act in their years of vaude
ville. . It has an interesting setting
and fitting characterizations. Bill
Bailey, with his banjo, and Lynn
Cowan, with his piano, have the
assistance of pretty Estelle Davis in
presenting "The Little Production."
Ivan Bankoff, who is a graduate of
the imperial Russian ballet school,
brings a new arrangement of popu
lar Russian dances, with many ot
his own conceptions in the pictur
sque Russian style.
FARRAR SALE TODAY
box office sale for the Ger
Farrar concert. Auditorium,
Thiirsdav, October 12, direction
Steers & Coman, opens at Sherman
Clay & Co.'s this morning. Floor,
J2.50. $2; rear bal., 2.S0. ?2; side
bal., ?2; upper side bal., $1.50, $1. Ad.
BOOTLEGGER BOUND OVER
II. Icitz, Convicted and in Jail,
Faces Perjury Charge.
H. Deitz, bootlegger, it is said.
falsified in court and he is now in
jail, bound over to the grand jury
on a -charge or perjury. tenaoie
witnesses testified that he was in. a
liquor machine. He denied it on
Deitz and George Freas were
transporting whisky in an automo
bile when two motorcycle patrol
men gave chase. Deitz, according
to testimony, threw a sack of bottled
liquor to the street.
Freas was charged with speeding,
pospessing and transporting liquor;
Deitz with possessing liquor and
throwing glass in the street. Both
were found guilty. i
Pendleton to Resume Curfew.'
PENDLETON", Or., Oct. 6. (Spe
cial.) 'I i ion to return to the
ringing, of the curfew at 9 o'clock
was m.de by the city council last
night. Police will enforce the cur
few law which compels all children
under 16 years of age to be off the
streets y the set . hour. - Reports of
the use of narcotics by minors and
the promiscuous sale of tobaccos to
youtig children was responsible for
Indictments Are Returned.
TILLAMOOK, Or., Oct. 6. (Spe
cial.) The grand Jury brought in
indictments against F. E. Smith,
charged with intent to commit a
crime: Jay Houeer. larceny of a
coat; Lewis Smith and Henry Hart
zell. larceny; Alfred Ahlden, assault
with dangerous weapon. Several
other indictments have been re
turned. Two -persons were admitted
to citizenship, Ole Peterson Kval
vaag and Karl Martin Elaser.
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GRAY HEADS SI"G COLLEGE
SONG WITH OLD-TIME VIM.
Classes of '73, '74 and 80 Are
Represented at JReunion; Bi
Weekly Meetings Arranged. -
Cornellians resident In Oregon to
the number of 21 met at luncheon
in the University club yesterday and
sang "Far Above Cayuga's Waters"
with all the spirit of youth, al
though many witn gray heads were
gathered about the table.
, Cornell university was founded
at Ithaca, N. Y in 1868, and among
those of her sons here re-united
were Dr. George "W. King, class of
73, L. F. Henderson of Hood River
'74. and A. B. Slauson, '80.
Officers of the Oregon Cornell
Alumni association are Wells Gil
bert, president; Roderick. D. Grant,
secretary, and Hugh Henry, treas
urer. In order that the older alumni
may become better acquainted with
their younger brothers and to wel
come newcomers to the state, it was
decided to have bi-weekly noon-day
luncheons on Fridays during the
coming winter season, at the Uni
versity club, when it is hoped every
man in the city who has ever been
a student at Cornell, either under
graduate or post-graduate, will at
tend. The next luncheon date will
be October 20.
Tentative plans were also made
for an annual dinner on some date
when a coast college football team
shall be playing in Portland.
YAKIMA SOUTHERN KAIIAVAY
Formal Organization Effected at
Vancouver, Wusli.; Two Port
land Men Are Officers.
Formal organization of the Yak
ima Southern Railway company was
accomplished yesterday, when
meeting of the trustees was held at
Vancouver, Wash., headquarters of
the new concern. The following of
ficers were elected: President, E. E
Lytle of Portland; vice-president
and treasurer, Henry E. Reed, also
of Portland; secretary, J. P. Atkin
son of Vancouver. Present were
these J.hree officials and John H.
Hall, general counsel for the com
Head offices were established at
705 Washington street, Vancouver,
arid the next meeting will be held
in November. The company recently-
filed articles - f incorporation with
the secretary of state at Olympia,
Wash., declaring its intention of
building a line of railroad from
Yakima to Underwood, Wash., and
operating a barge line down the Co
lumbia and up the Willamette rivers
LIQUOR FINE REDUCED
Judge Gives Lecture on DeadU
ness of Moonshine.
Though Federal Judge Wolverton,
passing sentence yesterday upon
Ben Pugliese, convicted of having
liquor on his possession, consented
ta reduce the fine from $250 to
$200, he made that act occasion for
a round lecture on the deadly char
acter of moonshine.
The judge reminded both defend
ant and attorney that illicit liquor
is frequently the cause of death,
that moonshine should rank among
fhe rankest poisons, and that severe
penalties must be imposed to dis
courage the dispensing and manu
facture of the stuff.
A trio of bootleggers, answering
to charges against them in federal
court, were assessed fines of $150
in each instance.. They were H. C.
Porter, J. H. Harris and George
Eraert. " .
WAR LIMITS PROPOSED
Tongs Consider Prohibition on
Sympathetic Battles. .
Hip Sing tongmeit in national con
vention here are expected to take
up the consideration of the restric
tion of tong wars as a result of
overtures made by representatives
of the Chinese peace society at a
banquet held at the Nom Kin Low
restaurant Thursday night.
Addresses made at that time
urged that as the first step in the
abolition of tong vwars the tongs
agree in future to confine wars to
the cities in which they started,
other cities refusing to take up
About 75 members of . the tong are
gathered here for the sessions of the
convention, which are held in the
Hip Sing hall in old Chinatown.
MR. MEIER IS DUE HOME
Exposition Booster on Last Lap
ot Globe-Encircling Tour.
Julius L. Meier, special commis
sioner of the, projected exposition to
invite foreign participation, is ex
pected home today after a globe
encircling tour that took him to the
capitals of Asia and Europe, where
he held conferences with representa
tives of many foreign nations and
called the fair to their attention.
Mr. Meier left Portland last Feb
ruary, first crossing the Pacific to
Japan and China, He continued j
westward, making a rather extended
stop at Paris, whence he . made i
shorter trips through Europe. Ar-1
riving at New York recently he gaaj
out a short summary of his findings I
which was telegraphed to Portland. 1
but remained in the east for the past j
two weeks. i
REALTY BOARD MEETS1
Favorable Report Received on I
Portland Publicity Plan.
Efforts of the realty board to
arrange to Include a trip over the
Columbia highway aa tickets I
tnroug-h Kortiancl oms Tair to prove
Phone Mala rieo. 1 f ' J ' 1 ' i
THIS AFTERNOON, 2:30. j. , , - j
TONIGHT (ONLY) 8:15 ' Yf25 ' j
TOMORROW" (SIX) AFT. I j j. T, "-J Bl''-" j
(Including- War Tax) mmmmmmm
successful, according to the report
of Arthur Callan at the luncheon
of the board yesterday.
The board appointed a committee
to see what could be done to pre
vent the wholesale destruction of
real estate signs by small boys on
Halloween. This committee ap
pointed by President Beckwith in
cluded A. T. Hickman. R. T. Street
and E. J. Lovell.
That some eastern loan companies
are refusing to enter the Portland
field because of restrictions which
bind purchasers of property in many
sections was the report of Dean
Fred S. Young, Instructor at the
Oregon Institute of Technology,
spoke on "Salesmanship." W. B.
Shively also discussed a legal sub
ject. Miss Helga Hansen, violinist,
entertained with selections. Arthur
B. Carlson was chairman.
JOSHI PLEADS FOR FAIR
DEAL FOR TURKS.
City Club Is Told America Ought
to Get Away From Provincial
Attitude Sow Taken.
"With the plea that Americans
adopt a "world - wide" viewpoint,
look more closely into the Turkish
situation before outright condemn
ing the Turk and, above alL abandon
the narrow provincial attitude that
fiirhts shv of all European or Asian
affairs. S. I, Joshi. of the University
of Bombay, cave an extremely Ilium
inating talk before tne -ny ciud a-.
its luncheon at the Hotel Benson
Mr. Yoshi. who is to-accent a tem
porary chair at the University of
Nebraska, tells of his amazement
w.hen he arrived in th's country and
found the singularly distorted ideas
of the near east current in the na
tional intelligence. The popular
American conception of Asia Minor,
he pointed out, was of a country
barren of all civilized refinement
and culture, fit for the Turkish
people, whom Americans, he says,
regard evidently as a ferocious and
highly barbarous race.
In refutation of this idea. He
pointed to the highly developed cen
ters of education and learning in
Svria, Persia and Armenia. "Even
should we concede that the Turk is
an undesirable," he went on to state,
"is he any less of an undesirable in
Asia than in Europe?"
In a measure he . mitigated the
case of the Kemalites, showing that
Turkey was passing, like Russia,
through a tremendous crisis of de
velopment, and was more to be en
couraged and assisted than bullied.
"There is a world-wide responsi
bility in the situation today," was
his conclusion, "and America should
face it, not with a policy of isola
tion but with one of fraternity."
President Scholz, of Reed college,
presided and made the introductory
remarks to Mr. Joshi's speech.
LOGGING CONCERN FILED
Washington Corporation Asks for
Itight to Operate in State.
SALEM, Or., Oct. 6. (Special.)
The Beaver Creek Logging com
pany, a Washington corporation,
has filed application with the Ore
gon state 'corporation department
to operate in Oregon. The capital
stock is $100,000, and A. G. Peter
son of Linnton has been named at
torney in fact.
The Neaver-Linnton mills, also a
Washington corporation, has filed
application to operate in Oregon.
A. G. Peterson of Linnton is attor
ney in fact. The capital stock is
The Parks Purchasing System is
the name of a new corporation
which filed articles of incorpora
tion here today. The incorporators
are I. W. Park, J. C. Holmes, R. S.
Jeffrys, W. L. Bowers and A. P.
Neat. The capital stock Is $1500.
Dr. L. Tl. Wilson and five other
Portland men have incorporated the
Naturopathic Physicians' associa
tion of Oregon. Headquarters will
be in Portland.
WIFE-BEATER IS FINED
Court Orders Return of
Stolen From Mother-
Joe Lavodie, accused of beating
hi wife during an attempt to gain
forcible possession of his 18-months-old
daughter, was fined $50
in municipal court yesterday after
noon. As Lavodie had no money he
will spend 2b days in jail.
Lavodie , was arrested on a com
plaint sworn to by his wife, charg
ing assault and battery. He refused
for a time to tell where he had
taken the baby, but in court said he
had left it with his sister, who lives
in an apartment house at First and
Columbia streets. The court or
dered its return to Mrs. Lavodie.
MOOSE ARE DUE TODAY
5 Animals to lie Kept in Brook
lyn Park for Time.
Five young moose from Alaska,
which are to be turned loose near
the headwaters of the Deschutes
river with a view to stocking that
section of the state with those an
imals, 'ill arrive today on the
steamer Daisy Freeman. The an
imals w'll be kept in Brooklyn park
for a time.
S. & H. green stamps Tor casa.
Holman Fuel Co.. coal and wood.
H"oai!wny fi3 53 560-21 Adv.
DIRECT WIRE FROM ST. Y.
BASEBAL I, GAMES,
Yanks vs Giants
TODAY. SAT, 10:30 A. M.
pRCE INCHING WAR
See Our Advertisement, Page 13
PENS! BILL DROPPED
CIVIIi . SERVICE PROPOSAL IS
LEFT OFF BALLOT.
City Council Adopts Resolutions
Referring Municipal. Measures
to Voters in November.
.The proposed retirement system
for city employes will not go on
the ballot at tne November election.
Late yesterday the executive com
mittee of the Portland Municipal
Civil Service association, sponsors
for the measure, met and decided to
ask the council not to place the
proposal on the ballot at this time.
The action of the city employes was
The council, by unanimous action.
adopted resolutions placing the
$3,000,000 tax levy for the 1925 ex- I
position, which has been postponed
until 1927. The measure calls for
three years, to be expended for ex
The council also adopted resolu
tions referring the special three-
mill tax levy to the voters for rati
flcation; an amendment calling for
the creation of a second municipal
judgeship; a measure authorizing
the water bureau to refund Its bonds
and increase its sinking fund, and ;
measure providing for the estab
lishment of curbs on city streets.
S2000 BOND RELEASED
LIGHTXER'S FORFEIT IS RE
TURNED TO SECURITIES.
Drug: Case Suspect Must Produce
912,000 if He Mould Leave
Jail Until Tried.
Return of the $2000 bond, for
feited by the bondsmen of Dave
Lightner, alleged narcotics peddler,
when he fled to China, was ordered
yesterday in federal court by Judge
Wolverton. The bondsmen were C
M. Senosky and A. Molesworth.
Federal District Attorney Humph
reys did not contest the move to
restore the amount to the bonds
men, inasmuch as they had borne all
expenses necessary to return Light
ner to Portland for trial.
Refunding of the original bond,
However, did not lessen the sum
which-Lightner must procure to ob-
tain temporary freedom pending
trial. To the bond of $10,000, re
quired when he was brought back
chains from China, the original
bond of $2000 Is now added, making
total of $12,000. Lightner is now
held in the county. jail in default of
such a bond, which, in view of his
previous flight, there seems no
possibility of his raising. No date
ha3 as yet been fixed for his triaL
23 BOX SEATS ARE SOLD
Many Entries Received for Pa
cific International Horse Show.
Twenty-three boxes for the Pa
cific International night horse shows
and matinees next month have been
sold for the entire season of eight
performances, according to the an
nouncement of Ira S. Shellenberger,
in charge of advance seat sales, who
reports that four new boxes have
been added to the stockshow sta
dium this year, making a total of
Many new entries are being ob
tained by Manager A. P. Fleming
for this year's series of horse shows,
and practically all the old favorites
will be back again to vie for Pacific
Seattle and Los Angeles Employ-
. riient Decreases.
THE OREGONIAN NEWS BU
REAU, Washington, D. C. Oct. 6.
MRS. ARLIXE D. CRAMER
cfr Oceanside, California
Will give a series of three lec
tures in the Auditorium Hall of
the Public Library at 8 P. M.
October 5 The Riddla of Life
October 6 The Web of Destiny.
October 1 How the Rosicrucians
Heal the Sick. .
Tou are cordially Invited to attend.
French Pastry Cake
Regular price $1.25. -f nn
For Saturday only v J HH each
This rich, delicious cake is in three layers, filled
and decorated with pure mocha buttercream.
. The Hazelwood Dairy Store
126 TENTH STREET
Watch for Our Pastry Special Each Week
Portland and San Francisco were
among 65 cities showing increased
employment for September. This
was shown in a report given out by
the department of labor today.
Seattle and Los Angeles showed
Peacock Rock Springs coal. Dia
mond Coal Co.. TMwy 3M7. A"iv.
The World'a Greatest Contralto
ELWYN ARTIST SERIES
TUESDAY, OCT. 10
Floor $2.20, $1.65
Balcony - $2.20, $1.65, $1.10, 55c
i Including Tax.
Today, Monday and Tuesday,
Sherman, Clay & Co.
Elwyn Concert Bureau
Whitney Boys' Chorus
AND DRILL TRAM
II MUNICIPAL. Al'DlTORIl'M,
Wediaadar Evenlx, Oct. 11
Second Highest Voice in World.
Best Boy Soloist West ot Chicago.
Other Remarkable Bay ProdlirleM,
Wpnderfnl ChortiKen and Kantaatlc
Reserved seats at Sherman & Clay's
after 10 A. M. Tuesday. October 10.
Res. seats 75c. General admission 50c.
WANTED CHAIRS TO CANE
AND PIANOS TO TUNE
BY SCHOOL FOR BLIND
For Particulars Call
J. P. MYERS. BAST 733.
Vacuette Distributing Co.
447 Morgan. Mala 504T.
j it-' ; 1
I wMoihkctric Vacuum ' Cleaner
First Baptist Church
7:45 P. M.-
"MEMORIES OF THE OtD HOME ta the thema of tha
Twenty-ninth Praiae Service, led by Wllllaaa Maaaell
Wilder and the Male Quartet, fipeclal features: Ma.
quartet. "Tin Old House at Home"; mother's hymn
(for everybody). "Hush. My Babe"; mixed quartet. "A
Dream of raradlse"; baritone eolo, "My Deliverer";
duet, "Full Well I Know."
-DR. HAMIEI. n. 'Elt the Rreat Feotrh praacher, of
Philadelphia; "Tae Caarca'a Primary Ink."
11:00 A. M.-
:45 A. M. Rally Day In the Bible school. Exerrlaee by depart.
S ments. Address by Dr. Villera, on -Goala." S
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MENTIOM THIS PP WHEN WRIllKI,
Alder at Twelfth.
Harold Leonard Bowman,
Norman Kendall Tully,
10:30 A. M.,
"When Search Grows Eager"
7:45 P. M-,
"Modern BuHiness Men of the
11, "The Two Stockmen Who
Dissolved Their Partnership."
Dr. Bowman Preaches.
OREGON HUMANE SOCIETY
Investigates all case nf a!J-rj
cruelty to animals. Officii, room
1st) Courthouse. Phone Mm in 4U.
from ft A. M. to 6 P. M.
Th society has full chare of th
city pound at Us home. 635 Columbia
boulevard. Phone any time. Wood
lawn 4764. Dogs for aale. Horse
iir.bula.nce for stck or dlfold
horse. smaii inimin pain.eeety
rtrocuted where necessary and
tray am mala cared for. Ail dead am-
(Ths White Temple)
TIBf" Is UT. Vlllera' topic.
Thre Sunday Srrrlrr
11. 2:30. 7:30
- Big Tabernacle
Cant Ninth North, Hancock
All NcKt Wffk
Daily." 2:30. 7:30
Sick rriyd Tor All Smrlcra
Twelfth and Taylor.
B. Karl Tarker.
Edwin T. Randall,
Sunday Srhool 0:4."i.
Morning Service 11.
"Conservator of the Failh."
All Portland Methodit Bally
Kpworth Leapu 6:'U)
Bishop lIomT Stunt
East Side Baptist Church
East -20th and Salmon.
Walter Brnwrll Hinnon, I). D,
Bible School 9:30 A. M.
Morning Worship 11.
"The Real Lord'a Prayer, So.
Evening Worship 7:.10.
"A Picture of God."
B. Y. I U. 6:15 P. M.
(East Morrison or Hawthorne
First Congregational Church
tldwy. ssd IJ tar
lo mock ut rbarah.
Ur. McElveen Preache.
11 A. M I.r Slut id. Conl"Btmnt
ond th tlral Tlitnc.
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Great Divine Healing
Sunday Nijrht, Oct 22A
Continuing thereafter at
THE CIU'RCll AT
129 Fourth Street
Under the Direction of
DK. JOHN G. LAKE
OUR DIVINE ANCESTORS
HI W. I IHI KV.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8.
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SOI t antral Hide. Trala aa4 AW,
KVKRI HOIV HKM'ODK.
inqulrara' claaa Thur4a, U-t. li P. at.
Thasaophr and tha .Saw r-hl "
Rose City Park Ccmmunity Church
K.aat Kartr-'l"a aa4 llaaawk.
Ke. Daaala) M. Hart la'r,
Fundar Frhnnl l
Morntnir rvra, 11
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frv-aV Mliiaal a Mall."
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The Fulton Com
Virginia and Nebraska i.
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RALLY D4Y PRO.KMMK.
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V. M. C. A.
Pun1av Afternoon M"n
for 'en 3 30 V. M i-peaker:
Ir. Uri n. l-araer.
Tasior ut M cnurcb,
"THt IHINK1I Or
Ill Ki.r lrvT."
All Tonni M:d Invited.