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THE SUNDAY. OBEGOtflAK, POBTLAOT, . MAKCH 5, 1905.
In the Portland Churches
White Temple, corner Twelfth and Tay
lor streets. Rev. J. Whitcomb B rougher,
D, X., pastor "One accord" prayer meet
ing, 10:15 A. M.; morning service, with
sermon on "The Christian's Horizon":
the Lord's Supper will be observed, 10 JO
o'clock; Bible school. 12:10 P. M.; Young
People's meeting, 6:20 P. 1L; services at
7:30, with sermon on "Portland's House
Cleaning": baptism and special music.
Immanuel Baptist Church, Second and
Meade streets. Mead M. Bledsoe, pastor
Preaching, 10:30 A. M., on "Missions." fol
lowed by Lord's Supper; Bible school, 12
M-; B. Y. P. U. meeting. 6:30 P. M.;
preaching services, 7:30 P. M.; subject,
"The Work o the Holy Spirit in Con
First, corner Park and Columbia streets.
Rev. E. S. Muckley. pastor Evangelistic
services at 10:30 A. M.; Bible school, 12:15
P. M.. on "The Passing of Denomlnatlon
allsm, or Christian Unity Versus Denoml
natlonalism"; Endeavor, 6:30 P. M.
Advent Christian Church. 250 Harrison
street. Rev. Charles Heffendon, pastor
Sunday' school, 10 A. M.; preaching. 11 A.
M.; praise service, 7:30 P. M., with ser
mon. Christian Science.
FJrst Church of Christ. Scientist. Scot
tish Rite Cathedral, Morrison and Lowns
dale streets Services. 11 A. M. and S P.
M.; subject, "Substance": Sunday school
at close of morning service
Second Church of Christ Scientist. Au
ditorium building. Third between Taylor
and Salmon streets Sunday services, 11
A. M. and 8 P. M., subject. "Substance";
Sunday, school. 11 A .M.. in the reading
rooms; Wednesday meeting at 8 P. M.
The German Church, corner Tenth and
Clay streets, Theo. Schauer, pastor Wor
ship and sermon, 10:45 A, M., and service
at 7:30 P. M.; Sunday school, 3:30 A. M.;
Y. P. A., 7 P. M.
First, Park and Madison streets. Rev. E.
L. House, D. D., pastor Holy communion
at 10:30 A. M.; service in the evening, with
sermon by by Rev. Mr. Freeland. on "The
Comforter," at 7:30; Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30
P. M.; Sunday school, 12:15 P. M.
Pilgrim Chapel, Second street, near Lin
coln. William H. Bronson. superintendent
Sunday school, 9:30 A. M.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day
Saints, Allsky building, hall 400. corner
Third and Morrison streets Services at
11:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
People's Christian Union.
Unity Hall, 162 Second street 11 A. M..
Address. "To Have and to Be": 12:15 P.
M., study class lit life problems; 7:45 P.
M., concert by Union orchestra; 8:15 P.
M.t science lecture by Mr. Coulter, sub
ject, "The Physiology of a Thought."
St. Mark's Church, Nineteenth and
Qulmby streets. Rev. J. E. Simpson, rec
torHoly communion, S A. M.; morning
prayer and litany. 11 o'clock: evening
prayer, 7:30 o'clock; Sunday school, 10
St. Stephen's, Thirteenth and Clay
streets. Rev. Thomas N. Wilson, rector,
Morning service and communion, 11
o'clock; Sunday school, 9:45 A. M.
Chapel of the Transfiguration. Sixth
street near Oak, Rev. W. R. Powell, chap
lainService and sermon and holy com
munion, 11 A. M.; Sunday school, 9:45 A.
Trinity Chapel. Nineteenth street, near
Washington. Dr. A. A. Morrison, rector
Holy communion, S A. M.; morning serv
ice, 10:30; evening service, 7:30 o'clock;
Sunday school, 12 M. The usual eong serv
ice In the evening.
St. Matthew's, corner First and Caruth
fers streets, Rev. W. A. M. Breck, in
charge Service and sermon, 11 A. M.;
Sunday school, 9:45 A. M.
All Saints' 'Church. 492 North Twenty
pecond street. Rev. Robert Hope, Ph. D.,
D. D., rector Sunday services at 11 A. M.
and 730 P. M.
St. Mark's Church, corner of Nineteenth
and Qulmby streets. Rev. J. B. H. Simp
eon, rector Holy communion, S A. M.;
morning prayer and litany, 11 o'clock;
evening prayer, 7:30 o'clock; Sunday
echool, 10 A. M.
Divine Truth Center.
Divine Truth Chapel, corner Eleventh
and Montgomery streets, Thaddeus M.
Minard, pastor Services at 11 A. M.
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, cor
nier Twelfth and Taylor streets. Rev.
Clarence True Wilson, D. D., pastor 9:30
A. M.. clasa meeting; io:ao A. m sermon
bn "The Transfiguration of Christ": 6:30
P. M., vesper service; 12:15 P. M., Sunday
school ; 7:30 P. Ms. sermon on "The Chris
tian Doctrine of Sin."
Taylor-Street Methodist Church, Dr.
Francis Burgette Short, pastor 9:30 A. M.,
classes ; 10:30, morning service, subject
"The Mighty to Save"; 12:15 P. M., Sun
day school: 6:30 P. M., Epworth League
7:30. evening service, subject "Good
Women God's Best Gift"
Epworth Church. Twenty-third and Irv
ing streets. Rev. Henry T. Atkinson. pas
torSunday school, 10 A. M.: preaching, 11
A. M-. with sermon on "A Walk With
Christ"; Epworth League, 6:30 P. M.;
preaching 730 P. M.. by tho pastor on "A
Hope That Is Peculiarly Christian.
St. James' English Lutheran Church,
corner West Park and Jefferson streets.
J. A. Leas, pastor Services conducted by
She pastor. 11 A. M., with sermon: sun
day school, 10 A. M.; services at 7:45 P.
5M.. conducted by the pastor.
Norwegian Lutheran Church. 45 Four
teenth street. North, Rev. J. M. Nervlg,
naRtor Services 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.:
Sunday school. 9:45 A. M.; Y. P. 9. meets
First Methodist Episcopal Church
South. 11714 Second street. Rev. E. H.
Mowre. Dastor Services. 11 A. M. and
7:30 P. M.. with sermons; Sunday school,
10 A. M.: Epworth League, 6:30 P. M. Dr.
G. H. Stovall. of Texas, will occupy the
pulpit morning and evening.
Berea Mission, Second and Jefferson
streets. Rev. J. H. Allen, pastor Serv
ices. 10:30 A. M.; preaching. 7:30 P. M.
under direction of .Holiness Mission.
United Evangelical Mission. Ruth's
Hall. Savlcr street, between Twenty-first
and Twenty-second streets. H. J, Holzap
fel. pastor Sunday school, 9:30 A. M.
German preaching service. 10:30 A. M.
English preaching. 7:30 P. M.; subject.
"The Last Prayer Meeting.
Church of Christ Mission, corner Fre
mont and Union avenue Sunday serv
ices at 2:30 and 730 P. M.
Penlel Mission. 266 First street-Bible
class, 1:45 P. M.; holiness meeting, 3
P. M-: service, 7:30 P. M.
First Spiritualist Society, Artisans'
Hall, Ablngton building Lecture by P. E.
Walker at 11 A. M.; Children's Pro
gressive Lyceum. 12:30 P. M. Rev. A.
Raymond will speak at 2:30 P. M. and
7:45 P- M.
'Biblical Spiritualist Union. Drew Hall.
163 Second street Afternoon services at
5:30 o'clock, subject "Biblical Spiritual
ism,' conference following service; even
ing, meeting, 8 o'clock, lecture and mes
sage by Rev. Lole F. Prior; installation
of officers by Dr. Williams.
. Millennial Dawn, G. A. R. Hall, north
east corner Second and Morrison streets
' Services at 2:30 P. M. .
' -'. Unitarian.
..First' Unitarian, Yamhill and Seventh
treets, .;Rev. George Croswell Crcssey,
D. D., pastor Services with sermon on
"The Attitude of the Church Toward
Labor and the Laborer." 11 A. M-: Sun
day school. 12:30 P. M.: Wm. G. Eliot
fraternity at 7 P. M. Miss Goddard. of the
High School, speaks on "A Visit to Ger
Calvary Presbyterian Church, corner
Seventh and Clay streets. Rev. W. S.
Gilbert, pastor Services, 1030 A. M. and
:30 P. M.. with sermons.
Christian Catholic Apostolic Church In
ZIon. Rev. John Alexander Dowle, general
overseer. Rev. Charles A. Hoy. elder In
charge, Allsky Hall, No. 201, second floor,
corner Third and Morrison streets
Junior meeting 2 P. M.; services, 3 P. M.
30 P. M.. lecture.
Pertland New Church Society, Swed
enborgian. chapel 228 Sixth street Sun
day school 10:30 A. M.; lay service 11
Volunteers of America.
Barracks, 267 Ankeny street Sunday
school 1:30 P. M.; afternoon service at 3
P. M.; praise and song meeting at 8 P. M.
New Thought Society.
New Thought Society, Hall No. 300
Allsky building Lecture at S P. M. by
Dr. Butler on "The Signs of the Times."
Second Baptist Church. Seventh and
East Ankeny, Rev. S. C. Lapham, pas
tor Service, 10:30 A. M.. with sermon on
'Crucified With Christ"; the Lord's
Supper will be observed at close of this
service; Bible school. 12 M.; Young Peo
ple's Union, 8:30 P. M.; service, 7:30 P.
M.. with sermon on "Preparations for the
Bethany Baptist. Sell wood Sunday
school at 11 A. M.; preaching at noon and
at 7:30 P. M.
Central Church, Woodmen of the World
building. East Sixth and East Alder
streets, William E. Randall, minister
Service, with sermon on "A Sane Re
vival." 10:45 A. M.; Bible school, 12 M.;
Frenzied Finance "Versus the Simple
Life." 7:30 P. M.; Professor W. F.
Werschkul, musical director; Miss Ruth
Calvary Baptist Church. East Eighth
and Grant streets. A. Lawrence Block,
pastor Bible school. 10 A. M.: preaching.
11 A. M., by Rev. H. W. Jones; German
preaching service, 3 P. M.; meeting for
men and women, conducted by Rev. H.
Wyse Jones at 4 P. M.; Young People's
meeting, 6:30 P. M.; evening sermon by
Rev. H. W. Jones, 7:30 P. M. This Is the
closing service of three weeks' revival.
Highland Congregational Church
corner Prescott and East Sixth streets.
north. Rev. A. M. Rockwood, pastor
Sunday school 10 A. M.; preaching
service, 11 A. M., with communion and
reception of new members; Junior En
deavor. 3 P. M.; evening service, 7:30,
sermon on "Neglecting Our Birthright."
corner of Mississippi avenue and Fre
mont, Rev. C M. Smythe, pastor1 Sun
day school, 10 A. M.; morning service.
11 o'clock, with sermon by Rev. C F.
Clapp; services, 7:30 P. M. with address
by Rev. H. M. Tenney, of San Francisco;
Christian Endeavor, 6:S0 P. M.
Hassalo-Strect Congregational, East
Seventh street, north and Hassalo
street. Rev. Charles E. Chase, pastor-
Services with sermon and sacrament
of the Lord's supper at 10:30 A. M.;
Sunday school at 12 M.; Christian En
dcavor at 6;30 P. M.
Sunnyslde Congregational, corner
East Taylor and East Thirty-fourth
streets. Rev. J. J. Staub. pastor Morn
ing service at 11 o clock, wltn termon
on The two uates, ana cniiarens
sermon on "His Brother's Keeper"; even'
Ing service, 7:30 o clock with sermon
on "unrecorded .Heroes, sunaay school
at 10 A. M.; Christian Endeavor service
at 8:30 o'clock.
St. John's Congregational Church, in
Beckner's Hall 3:30 P. M-, preaching
by Rev. C. F. Clapp, superintendent of
home missions for Oregon.
University Park Congregational
Churoh, Haywood Auditorium 3:30 P.
M., preaching by Rev. D. B. Gray lu the
Laurelwood Congregational Church,
Rev. C MacPherson, pastor Preaching
at 7:30 P. M.; Sunday school at 3 P. M.;
r. P. S. C. E, 6:30 P. M.
Willsburg Congregational Services
wlth-serroon by Rev. Charles E. Cliase
at 7:30 P. M.
St. David's Episcopal. East Twelfth
and Belmont, Rev. George B Van
Waters, D. D., rector Holy communion
at 11 o'clock: Sunday school, 9:45 A. M.;
evening song and organ recital at 7:30,
Good Shepnerd, Sellwood and Van
couver avenue. Rev. John Dawson, rec
tor Sunday school, 10 A. M.; holy com
munlon and sermon, 11 o'clock: evening
prayer and sermon, 7:30 o clock.
St. Johns Memorial, Sellwood, Rev.
W. R. Powell in charge Sunday school,
11 A. M.; evening service and sermon,
St. Paul's Church, WooJmerc, Rev.
W. R. Powell In charge Service and
sermon at 4 P. M.
St. Andrew's. Peninsula, Rev. John
Dawson, rector Services at 3 P. M.
Church of our Savior, Woodstock-
Sunday school. 2:30 P. M.; prayer and
sermon, 8:30 P. M.
Rodney-Avenue, corner of Rodney
avenue and Knott street, Albyn Esson
minister Service with sermon on "The
Mission of the Church" at 11 A. M,
Sunday school, 9:45 A. M.; Young Peo
pie's Society of Christian Endeavor,
6:30 P. M.; preaching. 7:30 P. M., sub
iect, "Suggestive Figures."
Central. East Twentieth and Salmon
streets. Rev. J. F. Ghormley, D. D,
pastor Preaching, 10:46 A. M.; Sunday
school 12 M.; Junior Endeavor, 3:20
M.: Senior Endeavor, 6:30 P. M.; spe
cial services at 7:45 P. M.; the pastor
will conduct revival services morning
The Central Methodist Church, corner
Russell and Kerby streets, .Alblna. F.
L. Young, pastor Morning services,
10:30; Sunday school, 12 M.; evening
services. 7:30; Epworth League service,
6:30 P. M.; revivals continue; "Camp
meeting John"' will preach morning and
Trinity, corner East Tenth and Grant
streets. Rev. Harold Oberg. pastor
Services at 11 A. M.. with sermon on
"Our Companions Through Eternity";
Sunday school. 10 A. M.; Epworth
League. 6:30 P. M.; preaching at 7:30
P. M. on "How to Open the Heart."
Centenary M. E. Church. Ninth and
East Pine. William H. Heppe. D. D.,
pastor Services at 10:30 A. M with
sermon on "The Lesson Taught by the
Present Great Revivals"; 7:30 P. M..
sermon on "The Final Judgment: Fact.
Judge. Indictment, Verdict"; Epworth
League at 6:30 P. M. ; Sunday school.
12:15 P. M.; Junior League at 4 P. 1L
Patton M. E. Church, Michigan ave
nue and Alberta street, Asa Sleeth.
pastor Preaching, 11 A. M.; Sunday
sahool. 32:15 P. M.; services, 7:30 P. M.
Piedmont Chapel, corner Cleveland
avenue and Jarret street. Rev. Myron
Boozer, pastor: on account of repairs
to the church, services will be as fol
lows; Sunday school. 10 A. M.; the
classes meeting at thv home's of their
teachers; evening services at 7:30 P.
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M. In the Mecnanic-aixeei unueu
virst Cumberland Churcn. corner ol
Twelfth and East Taylor streets. Rev.
E. Nelson Allen Service. iu:ju a. jl.
second anniversary service of present
pastorate; Sunday school. 12 M.; Junior
Endeavor, 3:30 -e. si, aemor x.uucu.u,
6:30 P. M.; 7:30 P. M., preaching serv
Arbor Lodge Chapel sermon Dy nev.
L. Myron Boozer at 4 P. M.; Sunday
school at 3 P. M.
v'iTst "Enellsh Church, corner East
Sixth and Market streets. Rev. G. A.
PinmKr nsstor Worship and sermon
at 11 A- M-, subject "Honor Due Our
Parents"; Sunday school, 10 A. M.;
Junior Alliance. 3 P. M.; sermon. 8 P.
M. on "What Right Has Jesus to Ask
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Second United, corner of Fargo and
sroriw streets. Rev. J. Bowersox pastor-
Preaching, 11 A. M. on "The Greater Than
Solomon." ana 7sw r. 21.. ounaaj wiuui,
10 A. M-; K. L. C. E., 6:45 P. M.
United Evangelical cnurcn, tsu J onus.
E. E. McVicker pastor Preaching at 11
A. M.. subject "Consecration of Aaron and
His Son"; Sunday scnooi, iu a. j.; jun
ior K. L. C. E., 2:30 P. M.; Senior K. L. C.
EL, 6:45 P. M.; services at 7:30 P. M.. be
ginning scries to continue each night of
First United Evangelical cnurcn. corner
East Tenth and Sherman streets. Rev. T.
R. Smith, pastor Sunday scnooi, iu a.
M.: eervlce, 11 A. M.; Christian Endeavor,
6:30 P. M.; service, 730 -M-
First Church. East Couch and East
Eighth street Rev. W. F. Small, pastor
Sermon. 11 A. M.; Sunday school, 12:15
Friends Church, corner East Thirty-
fifth and East Main streets, Edward u.
Smith, pastor Preaching at 11 A. M. and
730 P. M-: Sunday school at 10 A. M.;
Christian Endeavor at 6:20 P. M. Charles
Stalker will preach at morning service;
evangelistic services in tho evening.
A. M. E. Zion Church. Thirteenth and
Main streets, Rev. G. E. Jackson, pastor
Services at 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.
Church of God.
First Church of God Chapel. 430 Haw
thorne avenue, G. T. Neal, pastor Sunday
school atlPM.; services at 230. P. M..
Bethanla Danish Lutheran Church,
corner Union avenue and Morris street,
Gudmund Grill, pastor Sunday service 11
A. M. and 7:43 P. M.; Sunday school 12 M.
Our Savior's Norwegian Synod Church,
corner East Tenth and Grant stsccts. O.
Hagocfl, pastor-9ervices, 11 A. M.; Sunday
school. 930 A. M-; services at 730 if. M.;
the Y. P. S. meets Thursday at 8 P. M.
MTISIC P0E OPENING BAY.
F. N. Inness Suggests Most Brilliant
F. N. lnnes, who will be at the Fair
with his famous band in the month of
June has made a few suggestions for
the music of tho opening day. He has
sent word through his manager that
he would like to play on that occasion
Mendelssohn's "Hymn of Praise", a
sort of triumphal paean of success. For
Oils he wishes a great chorus, the firing
of cannon and musketry, and the rejoic
ing of the crowd, when President Roose
velt has set the Portland World's Fair
on its course by- pressing the electric
Hiittrm. Cfthfcr sumrestlnnc rvf Mr. Innoo
are "The Star Spangled Banner", with
anvil and cannon accompaniment, and
the "Anvil Chorus' with a corps of black-
smiths In costume. He also has tiro-
duced upon occasion and wisheti to repeat
here a war spectacle. "Americana." with
marching soldiers, songs of battle and
of home, pastorals and the return of the
Alleged "Grafter ' Is In Court.
In the Municipal Court yesterday
morning Edward Gee was beforo Judge
Hogue on a charge of assault and Im
personating an officer. He Is the man
accused of "flashing" a badge on Mrs.
Mary Day one month age. and demand
ing 55 for "protection. He claimed
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to be an officer of the local police de
partment. His case "was continued
until tomorrow. He has been positively
According to the police, a "graft"
has been worked in the North End dis
trict for about one month, and from
evidence at hand they believe Gee is
responsible. It is probable an indict
ment will be filed a trains t him for at
tempted extortion, In the Circuit Court,
this week. During the hearing yes
terday the defendant's wife and little
daughter, who were present, wept
throughout the session.
JACK APPERSON'S drum has caused
more than a peck of trouble; first
it set all Sellwood wild, as the youth
marched up and down the streets, beat
ing a rub-a-dub-dub, and next it sent
Patrolman Isakson before Chief of Po
lice Hunt to explain why he took tho
Instrument from the boy and threw it
Into a vacant lot. "What will follow is
not known, but the case is still under
consideration at headquarters.
There are the usual two sides to the
story. Mrs. Chapman, wife of Post
master Chapman, of Sellwood, told her
side in writing to Chief Hunt Friday
afternoon, and Patrolman Isakson sub
mitted his yesterday morning. Both
take the matter very seriously, at-1
though there Is much merriment over
It at headquarters. It has occasioned
many hearty laughs.
Mrs. Chapman, who adopted young
Jack Apperson from the Boys' and
Girls' Aid Society Home, claims that
Patrolman Isakson acted in a very
rough manner toward the boy: that he
Jerked the drum from him Thursday
night, took it to a vacant lot and kicked
it to bits. She says that Isakson had
no right tq do so, that he went be
yond his authority as an ofiicer, and by
his violence created tho impression that
ho was not a gentleman
Patrolman Isakson admits taking the
drum from the boy and throwing It
Into .a vacant lot, but denies kicking it
into small pieces or acting In an un
gcntlemanly manner. He declares Jack
Apperson is aged but 12 years, but that
he Is more mischievous to the square
inch than any youngster In Sellwood:
that he is a terror to the neighborhood
and was driving people Insane by his
continual racket with the drum.
The case will be laid before General
Beebe and SIg. SIchel, the police com
mittee of the Executive Board, for set
tlement. In the meantime Patrolman
Isakson is traveling his beat as though
nothing had happened.
LONG JOURNEY P0E TWO BOYS
Unaccompanied They Start to Join
Their Father In Australia.
Sewn thousand, one hundred and ninety-
elsrht miles is a good Journey, a fair-sized
J jaunt for a person of mature age. For
J two boys of 7 and 9 years respectively
it Is a big undertaking. But Horace and
Cecil Channlng. two little Portland lads.
are now sweeping over the blue waters
of the Pacific In the good- ship Moana.
I bound for Sydney, Australia, with no
i traveling companion and directed simply
I by little cards pinned to their clothes by
i F. R. Johnson, general freight and pas
senger agent of the Canadian Pacific at
I Horace Channlng. aged 9 years, and his
younKer brother, Cecil, aged 7, are the
, two sons of James Channlng, a. former
resident of the city. Some years ago
the mother of the two boys died, leaving
them alone with the father, who was in
I A vear and more ago Channlng, Sr.,
' disposed of his interests here and went
to Sydney, Australia, in searcn oi a new
location . His affairs and future move-
I ments were uncertain, and he left the two
i sons in the charge of the St. Mary's Home
at Beaverton until such a time as he
could send for them to come to the home
which he had gone to establish.
Tickets were procured for the two boys
through the local office of the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company. On Wednes
day evening they left over the Northern
Pacific for Seattle, from which place they
were taken over the Canadian Pacific to
Vancouver, B. C. At the latter place
they were put aboard the steamship Mo-
ana, bound for Sydney.
Both of the little travelers were bright
' and looked forward with great pleasure
to their long trip and to their reunion
with their father. Upon each of them
; was tied a small tag telling name, route
and destination, and commending the
tourists to the care of the conductor and
steamship officials. Advices received In
the city state that the Journey from. Port
land to Vancouver was made In safety
and that both of the boys were started
In good health and .spirits upon their long
Denies He Premised to Wed.
In answer to the suit for $10,000 dam
ages by his former wife. Jessie It.
Goldle. for breach of promise. William
Goldle denies that' bs Chicago In Febru
ary, 1904, ha agreed to be married to
her again in the Fall of 1901 or at any
other time. He denies that he visited
her in the Summer of that year or sent
her telegrams, or In any manner led
her to believe he would again become
her husband. He admits that he now
haB a wife and denies that he caused
Jessie Jj. Goldle any grief or sorrow
because of his second marriage. Goldle
filed his answer In the State Circuit
Court yesterday. His attorneys are
"Williams. Wood and Unthicum.
TO SPEAK AT CHURCH FAIR
Governor, Mayor and Dr. Stephen S.
Wise Invited by Ahavai Sholom.
The fair that the Congregation Ahavai
Sholom is to give In Merrill's Hall March
IS to 23. inclusive. Is developing into a
much more pretentious affair than was at
first hoped for. Merrill's Hall will be
decorated with thousands of yards of
bunting and hundreds of flags. Every
thing the Ingenious minds of the commit
tee in charge can do Is being done to
make the fair as attractive as possible.
On the opening night. Governor Cham
berlain. Mayor "Williams and Dr. Stephen
S. Wise will be Invited to speak. Enterr
tainments of every kind are planned to
make each night enjoyable. Nearly 100
prizes will be distributed.
The last night of the fair will be
masquerade ball. Several thousand dol
lars worth of goods have been donated to
the fair and will be sold at low prices to
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MEETTNG X Oil CE S .
QERMANIA LODGE. NO. 3. O. D. H. B.
All members are hereby requested to meet
at Holmana undertaking Parlors, corner
Third and Salmon streets, today, at 1:30 P.
M.. for the purpose of attending the funeral
services of our late sister. Katherine Gard
ner. Members of sister and brother lodges
invited to attend. EVA EBY, Sec
HALL. OF KN'DUSTBT LODGE. NO. 8. A.
O. TJ. W. All members of the order are re
quested to be -present at industry Lodge, No.
8. A. o. U. W.. at the Hlrech-Selllna; build
lnsr. mmmrow (MondAvl pv,nlnr n t x n'rlrwlr
as the Supreme Lodge plan of assessment will
be loorouzniy discussed. All A. O. U. w.
riUM ASSEMBLY. UNITED ARTISANS
All members are reauested to meet at First and
Alder sts. Monday evening at 8 o'clock, to go
m a Docy to sellwood Assembly for a fraternal
viMt. MRS. J. LEACH. Sec.
THEO. ROWLAND. M. A.
ROYAL CIRCLE. TV. O. "W.. will rive
prize whist social Thursday. March 9. at Art'
lsans Hall. 3d and "Washington. Admission,
loc nexresnments. ay order of committee.
MIRZA COUNCIL.. K. &. L. OF S. will -tv
an entertainment with refreshments Thursday
evening. Jisrcu v. m jna.ii iw, Alisicy DUllalng.
ujupona given si tne aoor lor prizes. Ad mis
El on lb cents. COMMITTEE,
EUREKA COUNCIL, N. 204. K. L. OF S.
will give an entertainment and dance, with
prize waltz, at Auditorium, tomorrow evening.
RARE CHANCE FOR PHYSICIAN FINEST
. mineral springs in state for sale at bargain
by reason of death of owner: water gives
same analysis as inai oi tamous Carlsbad'
excellent openlnr for sanitarium. For par'
uctuars inquire n. ju. iie, iij 2a St.
OTTO & CROCKETT.
Headquarters for rooming-houses and other
business chances. We have rooming-houses
from $350 to $3000. Suburban homes, houses
' and lots on the installment plan Call and
see us at 233 Washington st. Phone Clay 1683.
OLD GOLD. JEWELRY. BOUGHT, MADE
over, exenanrra; oiaroonos, precious stones,
loose and mounted; watches', leweh-v rennlml'
TJncle Myers; the jeweler. 143 3d. near Alder.
I have for sale the cheapest quarter block
on Aioer street, rranic jttODertspn, 222 Fall
In city. Full lot 50x100.
ngnt . on Washington
near 13th: nriea
io.w, Jasr terms. C
K. KOKEUi -iji wasnington.
Of a Bargain.
choice business lot
50x100. richt . on
"Washington st near
13th: price J1S.0OO for a few days only.
Tou bar rain . hunters, don't allow this rare
opportunity to go by. C H. Korell, 231
SELIGER-MORRIS At 313 Tillamook t.
Marcb 1. IOCS, Xatherine Morris and. J.
W. SMlscr. .
BUCHANAN At St. Vincent's Hospital.
Bertha. Buchanan, ased 31 years, daughter
of Virgil Buchanan, of Hood River. Or.
Funeral notice later.
RUNYAN At her late residence. 336 Pow
ell street. II arch 4. 1905, Margaret J. Run
yaa. axed 53 years, 10 months, 15 days.
Funeral notice later.
GARDNER In this city, oa March 2, 1803.
Katie Gardner, aged 44 years. 5 months.
4 days, beloved wife of George Gardner.
Funeral Sunday. March 5. 1905, at 2 P.
M. from. Bolman's chapel, corner Third
and Salmon street. Friends respectfully
Invited to attend. Please omit flowers. In
terment Rlvervtew Cemetery.
LITCHFIELD In this city, on March 3.
1903. at the family residence, 14T W. Park
street, Louisa Wilson Litchfield, aged 59
years. 2 months. 1 day. Funeral Sunday,
March S. 1005. at 3:30 P. M.. from the
above residence. Friends respectfully In
vited to attend. Interment Lone Fir Cem
etery. LIKDHOLM At Santa Barbara. Cal.. on Feb.
27, 1905. Andrew Leonard Llndhohn, age 20
years. 4 months, 26 daya. Funeral today
I Sunday). March 5. 1903, at 2 P. M., from
the Swedish Qrangellcal Church. 42S Bum
tide st. Friends respectfully Invited to at
tend. Interment Lone Fir Cemetery.
YINTIN At his lite residence. 979 Haw
thorne ave., March 3. 1905, George C
Vlntln. father of Mrs. Ed J. Rollins, aged
77 years. Funeral' will take place today.
March 5. at 2 P. M.. from his late resi
dence. Friends invited. J
DEITSCH In this city. March 3. 1905. at 260
Sheridan street, the residence or her daugh
ter. Mrs. H. Webber. Susie Deltach. aged 67
years. Fr leads and acquaintances are re-
aDectfullr invited to attend the funeral serv
ices which will be held at the above resi
dence at 2 P. M. Tuesday, March 7. Inter
ment. Lone Fir Cemetery.
DUXNTNG. McEXTKy. OXLBAT7GH.
SBcccasoTM to Dunning x Camploa. Trader
takers asd es&ahaers, modern la every de
tail, 7th aad llae. rhoao Mala 429. Lady
EDWARD HOLMAX CO, Uadextakers aad
esibalmers, havo snore to their aew build-
Isg, Third aad Salsaoa,. Lady militiTiit.
Telephone So. 507.
jr. P. ITKLKX EON. funeral Directors.
cor. Sd aad Madison. Of Sea of Conaty Cor
oner. Lady assistant. Xeleffhoaa 2fo. 9.
T. S. DUNXEN'O. Usdertaker. 414 as
Alder. Lady anljtaat. Tele hone asi AS.
ZLLR-BSRXS CO., UNDERTAKERS,
Exnbalmers, 23 Rus'l; East 1038; lady aa'U
Auction & Commission Co.
S.L.N. G I LAI AN, Auctioneer
SPECIAL AUCTION" SALE OF HOUSE
HOLD FURNITURE AND PIANO AT
We are Instructed to sell by pumic
RESIDENCE NO. 624, 6th ST.,
Between Caruthers and Sheridan (tomor
row). Monday, March 6, at 10 o'clock
A. M., all the furniture, etc.. of residence
belonging to the estate or tne late jirs
A. L. Hulme, Including Brussels and in
grain carpets, velvet carpet, parior suite
in plush, Axmlnster mat rugs, lace cur
tains, iardlnleres. stands, hanging lamps.
Hoev Datent bed lounge, rockers, center
tables, vases, sofa cushions, extension ta
ble, dining chairs, crockery, glassware,
upright piano In good order, music case,
hallrack, hall carpet, clocks. , bedroom
suites, springs and mattressresv Iressers,
Eclipse range, kitchen ware. tc., etc.
Sale tomorrow. Monday. 10 A. ML
S. L. N. GILilAN, Auctioneer.
OF ALL THE FURNITURE OF 8-ROOM
"We are instructed to sell by public auc
At Rooms No. 413, Washing
ton Street, Tuesday, March
7th, at 10 o'clock A. M.
For family going East, all the furniture
of residence. Including parlor furniture in
mahogany finish and dotted velour; da
venuort and velour and oak arms; pretty
Iron bedsteads wltn snrings ana mat
tresses: solid oak framed and leather
arm rockers; weathered oak arm rock
ers, center tables, brass bedstead (all
brass), oak bedroom suites, odd dressers.
china, closet, carrots, handsome sideboard.
extension table, dining chairs, buffet, fold
ing beds, 9x12 art squares, i earner pil
lows, new bed comforters; also a large
eanoDv roll-tOD office desk, with swing
ing compartments, four-foot roll-top desk
and douoie stanaing onice aesx. oaie
Tuesday, 10 A. M. Buyers will do well
to attend sale. .
S. L. N. GILMAJN, Auctioneer.
OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
At Rooms No. 413, Washing
THURSDAY and FRIDAY
at 10 o'clock A. M.
Affording buyers of household goods an
excellent opportunity to make purchases.
S. L N. GIL1IAN. Auctioneer.
ON TUESDAY NEXT, MAR. 7
tv. ai-A instructed to sell by nubile auction
the valuable ana up-to-aate iurnismnga
of residence, removea to
BAKER'S AUCTION ROOMS
rrmisTR-R ALDER AND PARK, for con
venience of purchasers. Including- hand
some DKbBbKtta iw rtnAU Jianuu
ANT. -white maple and golden oak; very
tt,b..1v ALL-BRASS BEDSTEADS: also
elegant and costly iron Deas, complete
nHth hpst snrlnirs and hair mattress, pil
lows and bedding, toilet sets. FINE OAK
DINING-ROOM SUITE with box seat
chairs. HANDSOME PARLOR DAVEN
-port with hich polished oak frame
nrettv parlor pieces: REAL MAHOGANY
rAK&TVTJ CENTER TABLES. Axmlnster.
Smyrna ana Brussels rugs, an nu; carr
nets rtUljlj-XWir urvciiQ uuicts
JoiW couches. TYPEWRITER, first-
class kitchen range, kitchen treasure and
utensils, all In first-class condition. Vls
iinra ahnut to locate in the city and ail
friends are kindly invited to inspect goods
tomorrow. Monday. AUCTION ON TUES
DAY NEXT AT 10 O'CLOCK SHARP
GEO. BAKER & CO. Auctioneers.
On Thursday and Friday Next
"We shall sell a Quantity of useful fur
niture removed irora storage warenouse,
commencing THURSDAY AT 10 A. M.
nrt FRIDAY AT 2 P. M.. at BAKER'S
AUCTION HOUSE, CORNER ALDER
AND PARK STREETS.
GEO. BAKER &. CO.. Reliable Auction
eers. Jrnone uiacit iMi
100 feet, corner, close to 16th st.. 312.300,
Q 54. Oregonlan.
Sixth St. Corner
75x100. near Portland Hotel, Income-bearing;
Ovaar. JS fit. Oregon i an.
BY J. T. WILSON
Monday Tomorrow at Sales
Room, 180 First Street, at
10 A. M. Valuable and
Including Kingsbury upright piano In fine
tone ana nnisn; Kimball organ, niCKei-in-the-slot
KraDhoDhone. music cabinet In
mahogany, five-piece parlor suite, all ma-
nogany; round dining-room tame wiia
claw-foot, carvings in piano polish finish;
upholstered parlor pieces; cholco daven
port, leather upholstered curvinsr chairs;
oak buffet, oil paintings, pictures, masstva
oaic naiitree. pattern trame dressers- in
oak. -with swell front; elegant metal beds
In pretty tlntlngs, with brass knobs; hair
ana combination mattresses, nne springs,
costly wool blankets and down Billows:
a fine assortment of mantel, office and din
ing-room clocks, portieres, iiorns cnair,
chiffonier, sewing- machine, twice-foldlrg
nut bookcase, kitchen requisites. Including
steel ranges, cook stoves, disnes, uten
sils and many other useful lots.
J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
At Sales Room, 180 First St,
AT 10 A, M.
This, our mid-week sale, includes valu
able consignments from various parts of
the city. Intelligent, observing- buyers of
first-class furnishings will agree with us
In saying that this sale affords bargains
in parlor, dining-room, bedroom- and
kitchen furnishings. Each sale offers
something new fn the line of desirable
carpets, rugs, dressers, bedroom suites,
toilet sets, rockers, chairs, tables, dishes
and assorted furnishings everything of
fered at auction sale has some value. "Wa
do not sell trash. Sale prompt at 10 A. M.
At Private Residence
AT 2 P. M.
120 East Thirty-Second, Cor
ner Alder, March 9th.
On account of departure and by order
of the owner we will sell at public auc
tion the furnishings of his neaf1 cottage,
comprising Brussels carpets, mattings, oak
sideboard, oak bedroom suite, springs and
mattresses. lace curtains, couch, rugs.
dishes, dining-room table, chairs, rockers,
linoleum. Garland steel range and other
valuable necessaries. Sale prompt at 2
II. J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
At Sales Room, 180 First St.
AT 10 A. M.
GrocerlesI Groceries! Groceries!
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Clothing!
Including ladies' tailor-made suits.
skirts, cloaks, jackets, wrappers; men's.
women s ana cniiaren s snoes; men s suits.
boys suits, coats, shirts, etc Tne gro
ceries include sugar, salt, canned and
bottled goods, package goods, cereals,
beans and a fine assortment of other
J. T. WILSON, Auctioneer.
We buy all kinds of merchandise or re
ceive goods on consignment. See us if
you want a cash register, roll-top desk
or other office fixtures. Phone Main 1626.
J. T. WILSON. Auctioneer.
And every Monday, ' Wednesday and
211 FIRST ST.
Tomorrow. Monday. March 6. at 211
First street, we will offer AT AUCTION
SALE and we WILL SELL, tor we MUST
SELL WITHOUT RESERVE, a SPLEN
DID SELECTION OF FURNITURE and
other HOUSEHOLD GOODS, placed in
salesrooms. 211 First street; by a lady who
leaves immediately for .Alaska, in tnls
lot Is a beautiful GONDOLA DAVEN
PORT, 2 exquisite SEAWEED easy
cnairs, maian manuracture; leatner up
holstered rockers, bedloungo in velours
of rich colorings; wicker chairs, parlor
lamp, extension tables, box-seat dining;
chairs, cobble rockers, kitchen chairs.
couches, lace curtains, Brussels and, In
grain carpets, mantel bed, enameled bed
in wnne ana uniea. ..we navo several
cook stoves, kitchen treasures, kitchen
tables. A. T. heaters, springs and mat
tresses and a long- list of other goods,
all to be sacrificed at this Baler which be
gins at 10 o'clock anarp.
uub a. Ajwii; Auctioneer.
at Residence, 486 Marshall St.
Take S. Car.
TUESDAY, MARCH 7TH.IO A..M.
Havirur been requested by Mrs. Stanley
to sell ner entire household effects, we
will, on the above date and at her resi
dence, sen without tiab;itvj au ner
FURNITURE, etc, of which the follow- .
ing is a partial list: Two oak bedroom
suites, with Y Y springs and mattresses,
pretty iron beds, MORRIS CHAIR, like
NEW BEoLOUNGE of the latest design,
all-wool lnsraln carpets, rugs, mattlnjr.
rockers, dining chairs, oak extension table.
what-not, lace curtains, Deaaing- ana oea
linen, blankets and pillows, a complete
DINNER SET. cook stove, heating stove,
kitchen treasure, kitchen tables, crockery
and granlteware, launary utensus, glass
ware, lamps, clock, eta, etc
Hale at 10 o ciocic, xuesaoy, jiarcn 7,
at 486 Marshall street.
GUS A. LOWIT, Auctioneer.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH STH,
At The Portland Auction. Roams,
. 211 First Street
We have earned the confidence of the
people result: Plenty of patronage. We
are busy. Have you been at our sales?
No? Well It's your fault. Everybody is
welcome to come and save money by buy
ing what they require in the FURNI
TURE line. At every sale we have FUR
NISHINGS for every part of the house,
and this sale Is no exception. Remem
ber, we receive the furniture to sell
WITHOUT RESERVE, and we do it. Sale
at 10 o'clock.
GUS A. LOWIT, Auctioneer.
FRIDAY, MARCH IOTH,
At The Portland Auctloa Rooms,
211 First Street.
For this sale we have arranged to sell
oak bedroom suites, pretty metal beds,
folding beds, rockers; center stands, lacer
curtains, carpets, portieres, couches, chif
foniers; springs and mattresses, massive
library table, extension table, sideboard,
dining chaira, davenport, feather mattress,
comforts, pillows, cook stoves, sewing
machine, kitchen treasure, canned fruit,
kitchen and laundry utensils, etc, etc
Sale at 2 P. M. sharp.
GUS A. LOWIT, Auctioneer.
IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL
ANYTHING call Phone Main 5655 at the
PORTLAND AUCTION ROOMS, 211 First
No Other Snap
ton street near 15th: nrlce 18.000; eaar
terms. C H. Korell. 221 Wuhlngtoa.